Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00018
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No.I1s. -V 01. LIII. ST.&"TE SUPEML VWAS '&iNTXQVAB. 1.prAn

(Communieated.) and make a better servant outside than the man I, ro' ll never Forgive Yourself if
who obeys blindly and renders services unintelli- I
A. O. r. gently, and the man who has exercised authority IYot don't Read This !
On Thursday Evening, the 22nd day of April, in the Court-called to the post of honor and power
the members of Court Robin Hood, No. 5652, cele- by the free choice of his brethren-will not be the .I i U SI' FOR THE PE P L F !
brated their Sth Anniversary at the Masonic Hall, less qualified for positions of responsibility over U M SIL OR T I t..
Hamilton,-where they hold their fornightly meet- his fellow men in the outer world.
ings, and where about 60 persons sat dowu to a Forestry, therefore, from the very nature of its 'THE MARVELLOUS ORGUINET'rP, !
sumptuous repast. During the dinner a Band1 constitution, its objects, its duties, and its respon- ,
struck up avery lively March, and upon enquiry it sibilities, must encourage the moral, social and in- "lT e Need harn C abinetto !!
was found to be the "Alexandrina Baud," who had tellectual interests of those connected with the T'Il11P 'il( NOG'K.. lillC' Pl \NO! !
arranged this very agreeable surprise in honor of order, and it becomes a sacred duty upon all who Till." P1)' N' N uIt A PIC CORN I. 0_1i
the Anniversary of Court Robin Hood No. 3652. have its honor in their keeping, to guard that 'i IUM Pi ,i) '' I
They;will therefore accept. the sincere thanks of the honor with a jealous care and to be mindful that
Officers and Members of said Court. it receives no tarnish r-ither from their actions as
Ample justice having been done to the spread, Foresters in the Court Room or from their actions N these unrivalled Muica lustniiments all
the Chairman, Bro. Park B. Tucker, C.S., called the as individuals moving in general socie-ty. osiaer, -a.-red annd .eenular, past and pre.
members, &e., to order, when he proposed the That the Aucient Order of Foresters, as one of sent, cnii le perlu.r.- u ilid wint ihoui a k iioiledge (of
health of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Vie- the great. Family of Friendly Societies, may nobly ', Iilice berig nrqu ied ,0. tUhe part of tie pei
toria,.the Prince and Princess of Wales and all the do its part in the great work which lies before it, A chill rn:iy haridle them and .iorfi,'r tihe
Royal Family. and be a power of usefulness in disseminating the intricate Opi-rutic Atir, or ithe iimplest mel.-ly,
It was followed by that of His Excellency the benefits it has undertaken to bestow, must be the with an exactness thl;t! cannot be excelled by
Governor and the Members of Council. Bro. .1. earnest prayer of every true Forester. (Great Ap- PIrof'-ssors of .1,Isic, for they never mike ineor-
Barxitt, C.R., proposed the health of the Bermuda ect tme Er ll- e ,trote. These I nivi ens
United District; which was responded to by Bro. Bro. J. Pye, P.S.C.R., was called upon to present thleI he. el- n
W. H. Jones, D.C.R. Brother Secretary T. J. Powell with a very flune I l the I epe by the excell-nce of the
Brq. W. H. Jones, P.C.R., D.C.R., proposed the English Watch and Gold Albert Chain. After "'.s" tle -eauty o 'f l %is,- simplicity of cti,.u,
"A. 0. Foresters." Bro. Secretary T. J. Powell, the ceremony Bro. Powell responded by thanking. lu'rabIilitv :,.-dC clhe:. .'s, which 1piiees within
P.C.R., responded by reading the following statis- the Members for their very handsome pres.ent. and l the iclch of all, much iplaiure :it iniall cost.
tical return of the A. 0. Foresters from 1834 to fihi-lied by saying that. he could inot find 'the first m(i:ntiioned ist eqiial to ;ri oclha-itra of
1878. suffi :itnt to thank tliemi for their kindness towards f,,' piec--. 'i'Ie s-c. nd is dou'ile ilic size and
At the time of the formation of the Order in the him. (Great Applause.) : power .f tl e first, ianI u ill furnishlr dance :] iusic
year 1834 (at the time of the secession from the Tihe VWatch is engraved with the following' in- tha,1t cnot be equalled. Tines if your' ('owi
Royal Foresters) the spread of the Order has been scriptionu:-" Presented to Bro. Secretary T. J.i -hoi.- f,.nih i.,I uith every l isiru,,,ent. Get
as remarkable as its numerical c-rowth. It ,on- Pow.-ll. P.C.R by the Members of Court Rol:bn i Ol d have an iie -t f i. e-
sisted exclusively of Courts in the Counti'es of Lan- Hoiod, No. `.XI52, as a mark of c-teemi for his valu-
casbire and Yorkshire, while now it has Courts in able services to said Court. 22nd April, . :s).' ; me 1T. ona : y3' 1l n.v regret it'
almost every County and Town in the United Bro. J. Ban itt proposed Court Bermuda No. t Il i' \N', AC C .'\ 'I{t t '.INS. FLUL-
Kingdom andl in fact, all parts of the known world. 531!.'" Responded to by Bro. .J. W. Parker, D.S. I' N '-', F )! I .lI4, B NJO I1.1it PS and
On the 31st of December, IS7T, there were 287 Bro. J. VW. Parker proposi:ed Court Robin Hood, 'othi rs, '.'o initmerons to inmeotiU', Iera., at istol-
Districts and 4-15t Courts, with *.1l.176 benefit No. 5'152," when Bro. T. .1. Powell gave us the fi- ishiin, ly low prices.
members and 12,155 honorary memliers, being a nan,--inl condition of the Court from 10tli April. riderss >pr.inpily.' o: warded by the :.-*'Ie .gTII
gain to the Order during, tliit. year of -10 Courts 1872 to 31st December, 1S79. f,.c j~i -m ', "
with 9,760 benefit :members and 77: honorary mem- Number iuitiated 291 ; number left through on- .
bears. payment of dues, clearauee- and other causes 197, J A S. i' OM A N I ) > ,
During the 10 years ending 1S78 the Order has havinr"- on tihe books 94, with i'. uorarrv members 3. No. j iM tr,,.|.lit iu iot-i, i i:,ilLor .
added 45 Districts and l633 Courts. with IS2,15.4 rihe ic.k anl Fune inl Fiiu,! has received to :31.t Ap il ~U>h, I S.i.
benefit members awl is at the present time thle Dec'miiber, 1570, 603 17'i., antd has expended for ..-- .. .--. .. .....
most numerous Friendly Society in tie w.'.ld. sli-k and fin.:-ral expenses 210 Is,7, leading a How did y,-ui come to oet married '? aik-d a
The financial progress of the Order is also a balance in hali.l .-39 I'-'ll ; Si, k pay alone fur the man of a vei v hon!ell Iriend.-'. \\'e!, lon s.* .'" hbe
cause for much satisfaction. y1ea:r 1..'79 amounted to .1s 4 -t.._ There lias ben re At the eni of 1S77 the total valie of received on accountt of the ManuairementFutidl 1;;", that I wtuii-i 'e, I fin-liv iu aed mn-' ,iiit,iliii, t,. one
Funds wai ....................... f2, ,, ,"' 1.'. and expl ended &-., 1 i ; 10, leaving al- that wiat'.,! i', a',n tLen it .lidn'i take io',r to
District Funds ...................... S7,11 ance in liand of 1.5 11 5}-. Receive d on a..ount ,etllne 1natels."
.......... ~of Beuevolent Fund E ', 12. '.-: amount ,x.penlded
Total ........2,97,16 9 12 9, leavi~ a balance in haud of p 1 '. 1urir g a dense fog a large rive,-sleamtr 61 to
Total........ 2,7,160 sI lv a L u chor. A traveli.1, anxious to go ahead. tC I
And at the enl of 1878 the Court Funds amounted ,Rt.-'-ived from iVisiting Members 4 1112. to the man at the wM I andl .-i od ghy thed. sop-
to .............................. 2,319,2 Total alue tf urt No. to peToo ,n u h log-can't see rte 2i e.--
And Districf. Funds to............... 2P1,.3l 31st December, 1B- "- But vou can ste the stars overh-il."-'- Yes,"
Si..:k and Fun: ral Fund .............304 IS replied the sailor, "but until .he bilerbusts we
-Making- a total of,...2,649,1.59 Management Fund..................1.. 11 5-4 ain't going that way."
Being a gain during the year ending Benevolent Fund..................... 10 0 0X t
1878 of...........................151,999 Visiting Members Fund................ 111 2 A A 1
Out of this large increase of Funds there has been Total ......425 1 21 -. -tL o
paid for sickness, funeral expenses, and relief to (More al)plaue l
widow and orphans and other benevolent purps-,s
during the past 12 years, the large amount of 3,- \iee Chairman Bro. J. Pye, P.S.C.R., then pro. A choice Lot inr Quarter Bales, eX
000,000, being an average 6f -100,000 yearly, posed "Kindred Societies. Mr. Watkin,., P.M., ? i,!A K I:."
Among the most important Legislative changes F.A.M.. in one of his usual long speeches respond- .,,d PA "
which have been made may be mentioned: cd in behalf of Kindred Societies. \ill be .ld luw for CA H.
t-Th Ristration of the Order ithe year The Trustees and Founders of Court Robin .\ppilv to
45 under theriendly Society O Act of 13 and 14 Hood"was next give Bro. J. C. B. Clarke J.
of Victoria, it being the first affiliated Society re- er, ato whi Bro ie. JCRones, P.C.R., one of the ou April 2nd-, .
cognized by the Act. Trustees responded. .. .. -
2nd-The passing of Laws for the proper sepa- Bro. Pye, P.S.C.R., proposed Honorary Members I it
-ration of the Funds of Courts and their strict ap- and Court Sureon, to which Bro. P. B. Tucker, ,
' plication to the objects for which they were created. .S., very ably responded. h, to which Bro. P. B. l te pri oi last we.ek,
3rd-The gret proement iu the sstm of *I CS. very ably responded.
3rd-The great improvement iu the system of The Chairman proposed the Visiting Members. SI X WENT N DO L[A !
hearing appeals and settling disputes under our The Army and Navv.-The Army was well re-
own laws and within our own body. presented by Bro. D. Strachan, S.W., 99th Regt., GREENBAC K S
The adoption of equitable tablesof payments and and the Navy by Mr. Watkins, P.M., F.A.M. In an Envelope.
benefits according to the ages of Members at eu- During the evening several songs were well ren- itale Rewad il e a t th I
trance, with the safeguards, secured by previous dered by the member, in which every one ad aitl eward will be itot lder
Legislation, we may safely aver that the future desire to assist. Every one present was thorough- o leaving the same at the loya1 G"azette"
adoptions of any laws tyrannical in their tendency ly pleased with the Evening's entertainment, and Office
or prejudicial to the welfare of the order will al- ow to the lateness of the hour. the Chairman Hamilton, April 20, 1880.
most be an impossibility, called the members to order, when the promeediung-
Much might be said'upon the advantages which of the evening werse bought to a close at eia.m. -ar *& o
accrue from becoming members. Suffice it to say 'i -ing the favorite Scotch air, Should Auld Ac- b ...
the order is not an abstraction but a reality. It; is inn favorite Stollowed immediately y by GN R
a Society of men, united together for the attain- ,I The Queen," in which all took partmmedi after whih
ment of a twofold object-moral and social-the they all left peaceably and quietly, being highly p G AD '3JL U S- I
moral standing first, as out of the moral status so- delighted with the evening's entertainment, each b'ION ,ER CH.i/' TS
cial consequences flow. Upon these grounds it is and every one returning to their respective homes. .
essential that the Members who compose the Order n e26eh A n I r nin (PA Bo. o370J,)
shall be the healthy and the honest, the temperate 26th Apri, 5'2 EXCIl NG(E I'L.AC I.:, NEi W YOR.K.
and the true. .. .'onsignments of PIODUUCE solicited to
THE FOTUNDATION OF THE SOCIETY.-The tie that MEYER'S PARISIAN above Address, and Prompt -'ales will be re-
binds its members together must necessarily be -,- tirnedl. lliihest Market rales paid for- Produce
promotive of the social advantages of those within 1 '' A M ,lurii, tIhe season;.
the sphere of its influence, for the very object, of D L F. S, J / t S'H
theorder, its immediate aim and ultimate end are .\IVAYS ON HAND, 31 F ont ;'tree,
those of mutual and social assistance. It is scarce. 31 Font Street.
ly possible for a man to be a Member of an Order, It heiu, acknowledged to be the finest I'E Hamilton, March 22, 1880.-t'
confederated together for these praiseworthy pur- ,! \'' ev'-;i" !1mail,', and ior the o-veienc,: of -.... --.-.- -
poses, without deriving for himself individual ad- my Crust.,ers will piit it uipi in Faracy ''ujes of A certain Manufacturer, who bad made a compo-
vantges-advantages not merely of a pecuniary half put, pint and ,nai-t. \\'arra.itid t.> keep sition with his creditors, was under reross-examina-
kind, nor when sickness requires the aid of the ha;'d a- a rock tian at the Assizes. 'Now, Sir, cried Mr. Bag-
funds to which he has contributed, but advantage A bo I' r sale iy thle Il'rnt. a m Es! IiIi WIL',, ferociously, atnrnd to me Were you not in
of a moral and intellectual nature-to cultivate our A e. ) difficulties a lew months ago?"--" Noa.'"-" What,
kindly sympathies, to inculcate brotherly love, andl e ,tii ir? AttenJ lo mv question. I ask you again-
render it a rule of life, to foster feelings of corn- ( Ool 0 I" )- \' \ I'E R ,Ii tfavor-,, ,i'lr'i .l.t* art pray be ca, eful'in an.werinc, for you are upon
miseration for all suffering from affliction or in As wIell r'as ai ful' .,tc-k of 8resh C(-) -', .'- your oath, I nee hardly reaiinidyou--^ereyou not i
distress, and to develop the principle of charity in 'i N E !l' V .l a s on hand. in diflicultiea sowe months ago ?"- Noa-not, as
all the relationship of life, which must be accord. E A -"', 'i I knows o."--" .Sir, do you p-etend to tell this
ant with and promotive of the highest morality- Cou L tnhat you did not rd ake a compositioa with
he who, as a member, learns his les,_n aright and East 1r,.., ., a*v. your creditors a few month ago ?"-" Oh, ahi"-r-a
allows the principles on which it is based to have 'Pril '20th, i8lt).-3irni bri.eht smile oa intelligence spreading over the in-
their legitimate influence on his conduct and; ac- --.------- --...... ger;uous face of thi- witnes--" that's fhat you mean
tions, cannot but be elevated, btth in a moral and JUST J? RIVED isti,? Bun, ye se', it .;'cre my ceudors as W'ere i'

social sense, above those who neglect the opportuni- difficulties then, an not me "
tiesfor mutual aid which is. within their reach, and -'.-'eVr'id t. -.-,rtinet of L:lih s -ilk ;anil :'tii -"
who live as if man was created for himself alone- FAN tS, assorted (Coloi-s, Sttt
the lessons of mutual regard and of social aid whih i t A i |LD'.?
cannot but teach, and must of necessity render the rN ALE' at the l" -oyal (,azette"1 Sla;'ion-
recipient a better husband, a more iutelligeut and rri .'tre i ,he fllowiTg te.s
kindly father, and a more enlightened and useful .. ., et Lre in i
citizen. The practice of benevolence caun never be For Sale, 100 es .are 8 a Ditto 42
promotive of cruelty-the practical inculeation of 7 9 /
charity can never lead to illiberality of soul ; geni- '' '5 2/6
ality and kindness in our Court Rooms cannot de'- AGood 1 ', i/ 9d.
generate into brutality at home, and thl.e nature 6 1Od. 5d.'
which is formed by association and precept to synm- 2d Id.
pathize with the suffering antd distress, can never a ,-g I.'- O N AN!), I
take delight in, or become the cause of pain and ILl Lil\' f'Charter Parties
anguish to those whom it is a privilege to priot:.t A\ll four .oo, tL-. ['.x',h.- t ,, fo [t.>i.irs i .'.'- rerliig'
and a duty to succor and aid. The so,,ial .ivm u- ,
tages therefore of the .order, and such p:r-tia ;- L hjt ''"' t cI{t1':'Es o l ard Jaud..m-- t
teachings of duty amust manifest themtinselve4 -'s ,en v..-, .1.r(-nn \ .
throughout all the ramification.s of life. The m an a- P .1;-"-L. of sl't'Iey V
who has served in the Court Room will know the .',iPy at t' LAR.EN. HtiLL. lIndenLt.res, Paris i .id Cotnloll, &o., &c.
virtue of obedience to lawful and kindly commands, April 27th, 188(0. iamilton, Apail 20, 186(.

Lime !

t 3,000 Bushels
About 3,000 Bushels

Warr:ri ite'J.

Shilhi'-lingtper nnuieI.

L C.


Geor-,g'- a: one
i T T .,.,-., v.

I L.%I.i sil 1V. 0 0.1.. 3. 1. 1 s .,I |I. .- N I
iiainillon ; J NOHa 'i'ni' M.sA '' UrNER, '" Alol.el
Fatrmi," Knxri|a on it iii, Silniiti'; P:trash ; or Trio-
T.\ Tu .URM :., iiper's 'ill "' ,l ,e l';arm,"
i. ii,, lt.,in i t' ishi n lIl im eet wi!h pI rompn[t tetri-
April 27, It80.
who had been out of enmphloyient some limnr bn-
tboight hlimeilf of a n.-w branch of indus'ray Ps .\et
untried. He advertised far at situation to Iravcl
with some temperance l, .c-lur'r as a fearful exam-
ple' thbe only coalition being that he was to have
enough ahiskty to riake the example a success.
The chiel secret of cominfrt lies in not suffe ing
trifl-s to ve.x one; and in prudent ly cultivating riu
undergrowth of small pleasures, since very few
great ones are let on Ion-; leae-.

Not ice.

Vile L iUptairs '-lOOils
Of lihe ilouse Corner i'rontt .id Q li-ei 'tree!-,
.f, this Towr n, .'[. Iy to)
:.A I. '1-IA P iI N.
I ianiiton 2 i '.I pri. I

of ice,
"To the Far-mers of .eramuda.

- I ie Uidersiouel oolicits cuotsio-
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I ;, '"~

i, 2

JilsJ A. oUD-AJIg
-id & 4S -13,It AI .A-V '., ., E ,'' \'.'A I ING-
T ", M 'iNE i' E -,: \V V'-OR.,K,
And will attevll to the shipliinr!g of s-i-me.
t'A l I settlenaents ipr-ianptly i ;ide.
I'rodtlice boua-h t at i".irket prices.

I [1.

Police, 3 QueenI St-re1.

For Rent,

'he 'Jlefropol'an '. otei
Quecen :trcet, Hitui iltuon.
,Apply to
1I amilton,
19th April ISO0.

The mother of the late Lord Broughamn hid a
servant who wie specially unfortunate with crock-
erv. but whr, at every nmisadventurp, was ready
with the excuse, it was crackit before," One
morning, little Harry, tiOe future Lord' Chancellor,
tumbled down stairs, and his another, in ala'in., ran
to him, callin- nut, Oh, boy hav you broken
your head ? "--"Weel, inither," said the little el. -
low, "It was crack ii, before."

l'-nage Your Onion

ti S the Undersigned is anxious to lost Ii
List for ONION 'EEDI by the i5th of;
this month, Persons de-sirons of obt.iining the
enruitine Article (lIed nl '. '-'hire) will 'lo vell i

to nn,ake it ki..iwn o to hiii previ.-is to, that date.
Lists oneni n itll
JOH5N B. ZUILL, p'-qr., :oimerc.r, iand
SAMUEL \. '.A--TERS, i'6ql. 2 l Fron' l .t :t.cet,

Flatt%, April tith, I,.'0.- t. .

JusI R received per S. S. iBermuda.

3 I .ET( ). ., Lu sat -1 Personts
'2 Park P .i-E I'O-)NS, to sent l2 Persons

el Fi-e es

Imported 3lo0oi Hirse :" COUNT,"
.-'ired by) li.,n shisi Blo.d S::iab'.,."

*. LSO,
Fine S.elecion of H A1 iN Ei :ES-'
i L'.

leil S-reet.
Hal. ilton, April 13, 1'8.-


A JLo. P'er..-rs desi: o-;, 'f Shipping PIO-
I (1 i.: to

~McEvoy & Son,
SIt' \a iii tn ."l'arket, New York,
Ire .-ielr iv iitor, i- ..I that
T. I. PI'iT, Esqr., Front Street,
\ ill tIake cinr- oif andl forward their Cousign-
ine.,Is ,, !.i t 11.rm
I. l ,* rgei >th!h .p ilI, I-;SO.0

ToI Farmers and Shippers o/

.. i .. 'a. ?a9 it c r

SV!N; ,d svt ral years experience in this
'' i' o i -, r esie to continue in
the tlurin r ite ecoining Crop Season, and
r se,-i0iily s'-ic; a..v .-onsi'iinients you may
foi w :rd to to i r.,ni: I will endeavour to
rcn liz-v hei ir !,-i'i ,.et price-, render Sales
., i,,.! =*,!; i uttces ]i' : ->p ly.
:t1.3t2' Pitt,
S'! .' -iliin, I',.rmttda,
\V i!! ai ri tu r.i-( :'vinag .and ii.vo;cing all ceon-
si" :; .- i .'* .vii! giv.e all form action
r.,<.(. s .ry f r S'->?n<;ri? i' .- ": ip|)er';,.

31. F. J,1TI) E,

-.., 4 :. ,,',.*.-,g. ^ n8d
4'3 ."* -13 \'..sey street,
New York.
A s'i! l; 1 I.a.'0.-- l'
M .. If-inyi _:,li-.:,n, litce iof No. 10 Stauford road,
K. :- ..[i. to' who diled .n ti.I l:t.h February last,
inu Li.- will .-i. i.s ii- .-::-;, u "' to have his body
ili a by t I,- .'ir -:.i:tin S,._-.-iety's process (unless
t it h .: i, t i.:td l,-by i ) i.:1 the n i'nuplest manner
p, .il.... '.v-it, i?,, .,._ a'ct b)rd to tihe occasion ; his
:s-'ii.-.s ta-'y :ii -_ to .lial wv ith a-i they please, or give
t..-: t,, the wiV.,-'j andt ,in... of heaven to sweeten
f-Ir t'niri!T-r ti-- tu nature s 'ise- economy."

A Oticee


> s. -, L
His. Crushed __TG \R
Bis. Granulated SUG k .
Cheap for Cash. by
H|am ili,:m A. ,'! ;',, i .-.0.

(1ome and See
' HE Fine-t -ssortment of SIL-
VER J: \'VF e-ier e -Pe, in Bermuda,
c '. i ting t Lfoi' -'. : Ch infs, Brncelets,
B', K -; -, L', i 'r in-:., Sleeve
i'.uiton-.. -iind &.o.. ... I ct lILD S.- 4

Persons desirous of shipping

i V y *
To the Consig nment of

\Viil )please call |IIonll
M I. 1.\L'!L A. .'.~1 .iRS, No. 26 Front
:l tre!, -v wtll '...:J- ...- 'Vm every facility tor
S' d tlin ,
.i !nit,..t), ", .,rr.h 1, 18 .0.--'2 m

!, i;T ,) N r,\V

For Sale a-t each at MR. CHAP-
MAN'S Store,
'tr. George's.
[9th M.\arch, 18S0.
One dayv Sir Vi1fltr :c stIo!lold forth with Laly
oLLtt to enj'-y a va', k 'ou' A'bbotstord. They
passed a field wL-re ,. number of ewes were endur-
ing the riolices o.f eir la!w.-. Ab," exclaimed
Sir W\V.ler. "'ti1 no w .,n'er that poets, from the
earliest. n.?, a icave m'd tL-- l.mb tnho emblem of
peace fad inaocence."- TheIy ;ar-, indeed, delight-
ful animals," reliurn;e. h'r ladysbip; 'especially
with wint, saucee"
1'.T ARRPIVED.---A '-.-iung person at a concert
conscicntious-ly s.'ng, so t set your teeth on edge
Ie l u.? ir : I si; -i '.L n lie is near." An
i.npa:i, ,t li-en:,i ar.,..- d .Jdl in a loud voice:
_ It wonul ai .- r t..a t bn b.i nl.,t yet arrived."

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31Dn MAY, 188O.
has received Her Majesty's Warraiiai aip-
Colue-l !'1:dv'ard Chartls Acheson
Gordon, R. .i t .r.
inudas or Sc.omers Ishinds, n Cmolm1l Gordon
was accordingly sworn in as a Muimber of
Council on the 27th ultimo.
DByf HIs F.'.'lh'E ,',',f' r'Do.,t ll,,, i,
1 Col, ial S'ecre/ary.

Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace.
Thursday, 29th April, 18S0.
Present-The Worshipful Richd. J. P. ])DarrlIl,
J.P., Chairman ; Morris A. M. Frith, J.P., Thos.
N. Dill, J.P., John Fowle, J.P., Richard Tynes,
S. Brownlow Gray, Esqr., Attorney Geunerld,
preferred a Bill of Indictment to the Grand Jury, of
which G. W. Young, Esqr., was chosen Foreman.
The Queen vs. JainesMacking. Unlav.fully wound-
ing. Bill not found.
Visiting Justices for ensuip. Quarter:-The
Worshipful Morris M. Frith, J.P.. Police Magis.
trat,. and the Worshipful N. A. Buittforfild, I P.,
for Gaol at Hamilton; and the Worshipful W. C.
J. Hyland. J.P., and the Worshipful W. I. Roberts,
J.P., Police Magistrate, for Gaol at St. George's.

April 29-Brigt. T. H. A. Pill. Young, New York;
assorted carero to T. 11. Pitt.
Schr. Leonora. Ronsc-v. Boston ; ns',rted cargo to) B.
W. Walker & Co.
3'-Norwegian, Brigt. Fram, Weiss, Cardiff; 29i tons
coal lor U. M. Government.
April 27-r;rigl. Clylo, Larin, Arntiua.
29-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilsor, New York ; 1,2 ,2
bhs. potftoes, 17,339 low:..s onions, 7,136 bcixe toma-i
toes, 36 crates bols.
30-Brigt. Exe-,lsik'r, Mayor, New York 4,61A loxes
onions, 221 bli. potatoes, 5 bo:os beelts. 34 ba.':-s to-
May 1-Schr. Leonorn, Bonsey, Boston ; 25 bUs. pota-
toes, 4,6', boxes onions.
April- -Royal Mnil Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamai-
ca; Mails and sugar.
April 2 --Royal Mail Steamer Alpha. Crowell, Hali-
fax; Mails and in addition to her inward cargo of
sugar, 100 bl. superphospihate.
In the Royal Mail Steamer Alpha tromn Jamaica for
Halilrti on 28th April:-Mrs. Irwin. Miss Stokes, Dr.
Llurke, A.M.D. From Bermudla for Halifax, Andrew"
Vizard, Esqr., Naval Sti.rekeeper, Mrs Vizarl and 4
children, Miss Vizard, Misi Stairs, lkr-v. Mr. Pik-. Mr.
B. E. Dickensun, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. J. C.
Oland. Mrs. Jessio Smith, Mrs. Snow, housekeeper and
ihe Page of the Bishop of Newfbouniland and Bermuda.
-Dclk, Leon Phlileman, Peter Daupherny.
In the Mail Sfe'in,-r Bermuda, on Thursday last, for
New York :-Mrs. J. F. Rogers. Mrs. Eansme, Mrs.
Gundry, Mrs. Camtner, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hard, Miss
Hard, Masters R. and G. Ilurd, Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
L. Lee, child and nurse, Miss Rseeanie G. Lee, Mrs.
A. E. Outerlrid,,e, child and nurse, Mis;A Risevelt,
Miss Perot, Miss Nellie Perot. Miss Lockwood, Miss
Howe, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hunt, Captain and Mrs.
W. C. Curtis, Lient. Welman. 99th Regt., Moe',srs. T.
G. Outer]iridge, A. E. Tucker. G. S. Mornhey. E. S.
Day, -.. Guerre. G. A. Atwood. H. Ihammind, P. G.
Lee, F. P. Marble, B. T. Gray. A. J. Tail, A. R. Ed-
wards, Jno. MeNeill, Cautain Buchan. Sti,~uii', ,
Robert Graham, Henry Watson.
Mr. Juloh S. Minors, pilot, reports that on Sunday
morning last,ollfthe East end of these Islands, hlie spoke
the Brigantine Jane E. Halia, out 6 day.4 from Halifax,
bound to Porto Rieo.-all well-wished to be reported.
The Netherlands Barque Ynmuiden, Captain D. J.
Oepkes, from Java, out 107 days, bound to New
York, was boarded off the East End of thcse Is-
lands yesterday morning by Mr. John Fox, Pilot.
All well. Desired to be reported.

IT. M. S. Druidi, Captain Kennedy, and II. M. S.
Flamingo, Con;umander Hall, from the Southward, ar-
rived on. Friday last.
H. M. bhips Traid, Flamingo and Contest leave for
St. Johns, Newfoundland, on Friday next, 7th inst.
H M. S. Blunche leaves for Hlalifax on thursday
next. 6'h inst.
The Flagshin N.irtamptton leaves for H:,lifax on
Tuesday, lth ?nst.
H. M. S. Griflon is expected here at end of the week
from Barbados.

A Steamer was signalled in the North-east, just,
before sunset last evening. It may be the .iari:1
from New York: it was thought by those interi'-
ested, that she would arrive

THE PLANETS IN ArPniL.--The Provi.ence Joq,-

nal says: "The interest of the month conccr,,trates,
on the morning stars, for, after the 7th, Venus,
Jupiter, Mercumy and Saturn are all nu:ob red on
this list. Venus especially will be tie herald of the
Pun throughout the month, for, though in her dis-
tant phrse, she still reigns as the brighle.t star in
tke heavens. She will form a lovely picture as a
companion for the slender waning n.con on the
Tnotning of the 7th, iill divide her qtr-enily favor
between Meeiury and Jupiter on the IG:b, and will
appear above the huriz.,n-liou nearly .vt Lte .anr:e
time will. -;.;urn ani' e reary i.n3 ter and Saturn will thecom.e studies of , in-
terest fiom the pie.or.'t tiule, till t!-ei,'- LC-.?si iou
with the l -in next, Octobe'r, when Jujpii.r, ju-t ;af| r
peribhelion, will dun ;iis rightest cZ.:-. s, a S.ii-turni
will `hice with cleic-f liustre LLan hL. i> s done lor
many y-.a.s."

The New York Commercial Builkltin of Feb.
10th speaks highly of the curative prn'i:erties of tihe
Turks Island salt, as applied to pork and heel. and
argues for lower state tolls on the product ot those


Siftuilay hIa.t, M :iy I..-, thI: F.- tirv:l rf St. Philip
,'.l "'t. J..amu -, wa.- thI ..,-..:.1 :. itn v tr:aary ,If the
Co, .-tcention of the -i=L1:t I 'c-Ier-il, Ll:-v.-'w lvc
Jm- ,:ts, ').D., Lort Pisho,;p .i N"-\w;.,t .ui.ln:d :unl
1-rcl hila.
S Im i,,,iat-ely after thc in.iuniuig Jrti:.-e in Trin ity
Church on that day the. Bishop was requ,-stcd to
give hi.; attendance at thl- Trinity vS el-o.i, lo-)m,
where the Ladies wi-ere :f-i-s:ibl:-d who have formeil
the Bible cla:.-s which His Lordship has heil f:or.
ilnuday School Teachers during thIe ls-t two mount s.
An envelope was place.-d before hitm i...intaniing a
rini of money, and a note stating that tlhe Lradlies
of the C(la-s requested his acceptance of the ac-om0i-
panying offei ing as a contribution to the Fund fiur
the completion of the Ceathedral in St. Joehu's,
Newfoundland. The amount hlad been collc ted inm
only two or three Parislhe., and would, doubles ;,
hav- been larger, but thait the time oeeuli.,-il iu
gathering it wa-, nei (-sareily, very,
through the tlesire f,.lt to. pzu.-eut it on the auni-
vei-:arv of His Lords'iip's ioic,.eration.
The Pi-hop express.-.dl his .-i ptlise at the
offering, as, until a few moments before, he, li,-1
known nothing of such an intention ; and his sin-
core gratification that the present had been made
in that particular form. The completion of the
Cathedral is an object very near to his heart, and,
is felt by him to be the great work lying before
i him. It is moreover being car tried on as a memo-
rial to the '-reat and good Bishop Fcild who was
so well known to, micst of those whom he was nd-
dressi-g, aud who was so much and decnervedly be-
luveil by his flock in Bermd-la.
It is believed thit the C'athed-ral in St. John's
when completed, will be one of the finest. and-] most
beautiful Churche., on this side of the Atlantic-.
Thie Bishop added that this offering afforded
inim the gi eater pleasure, inasmuch as it evinced a
fieing which lihe desired to see strengthened, a
feeling. (if sympathy and mutual interest between
Sthie two parts of this extensive Dioe:se.
Th1e sum presented on this occasion for the Ca-
thedral Completion Fund amounted to 12 12 6.
On Sunday, morning and evening, His:Lordship
preached in Trinity Church. In the morning his
text was from flebrews vii. 2.5-" Hie ever liveth to
make intercession for them."
('hrist glorified iu Heaven, having fully accom-
plished his mission to earth, is our advocate before-
tlhe eternal throne, the reed ihas be-come the sceplre
of power. It was necessary for Chri.ust to Lave- this
earth in order that thlie Comforter might cone, and
that inter:-es;-i,:.n might be continually made for us
in Heaven. And for whom does Christ intereeole I?
For his enemies, for those n- chained in the boadage
of sin ; unlike an earthly judge, hue uompas'-iouates
them and pleads for them, that they may be saved in
tlie day of the Lor.i]. Tie Bible is ditin-.tly silent
on oitli-r niediitifion than lthat of Cihrist, amd onur
church rightly condemns the invocation of Saints
or Angels. But as living members we may pray
\fior one anootler I-re ; au-.l it will do any one .giod
to thiuk of tind pray flcr- any one else. Every in-
fliu.-nce, shot of :,ia.1npl1h-in, is u,--e. to bring u.s to
God tl:rou.rl Chri.t, anl di.oes it not seem marvel-
lous that, with such immensl-y powerful ageeun.-ies
at work for our good, evil should have such a wide
sway I Example must follow on iliecept. Clil-
dren are taiuzit iby the s':clioohInaster to be vii tuous,i,
to bie iriuthful. to i,e industrious, and to be upright
in all their aI:tio.ns. It i all in vain and a real
wa-te of time if children see in their home ciielo
thne very opposites practi-ed iromu what. they hlive'-
!:.een taught. Take heed to yourselves, anud take
care that the iutcrcession of thirist, powerful
though it be, is not on your behalf exertei inu vain.
"He that hath ears to hear let hear."
In the evening his disc-'our.e was from St. Jobnu
xvii 11-" Holy Father, krocp hirouh thine own
Unare those whom tihriu hast given me, th-it they
may be one a, we are."
Notice the nature of the invocation, Holy Father,
through thine own name. Christ spoke prophetically
when he said that lie had not come to bring- peace
on earth but a sword, parents against -hildren, &c.
His desire is contained in thi.,s hi. prayer, that his
f-:,llowcet. might be united in himn, even as He and
the Father are oue. But that union is not likely
to be attained till this disp dissation is endud. His
I Lordship examined at considerable length the want
o-f unity among Christians. The reputed unity
I amonu:r Roman Catholics hit considered altogether
dclusivc. It is only by the suppression (if thought
and free will that thIe Romanists are held together.
There i. more infidelity among the Roman Catho-
lics than any other. Among dissenters there is
Seemingly a greater unity than among churchmen.
I As a rule they belong more to one class of society,
They have a specific dogma to hold them together,
iand, being numerically smaller, it is easier to
I maintain a common bond of understanding. The
('h nurchi of England contains all classes, all grades
o .f society, and those, owing to the church being
Scstatblislhed, who have no special leanings. Where
unity does exist in our own church it is of the
firmest kind, founded on an intelligent substantial
basis. It ntmust not be forgotten that a uuion to be
ccomplete,. must be one ofmind and of heart. It i-
a great diseiplino of lit'.: to nct together in heart,
even where there can exist, of necessity, no mental
s empathy. The entrance into the church through
baptism, a change of nature, one common food in
the Lord's Suipper, one ultimate end and object-
these are points of unity an.d gieuera l pursuit. Our
creeds, our articles, our inimitable Book of Conmmnon
Prayer, on these there are diversities, and in cere-
mouial there are those who differ most widely from

the majority of their biethien. And frequently
these diffleenc--es from small matters, which
are made grounds for coutenitiin. It would be well
to seek out the weightier subjected, andu to reconi:ile
(diversiti,..3. Above all we must look to, the lig.ier
unities, without which n concord on the lower ont:.-
will avail little. iHe tlant strives to fulfil the prayer
of (hrin-t, thatt the-y may lbe one as wte are," will
be th.e more like Je-u,T and will at the last be had
iun favour among the pe ople of God.
W'. utun.lestun,-l that, His Luordship-at present
tlie guest of His Excellency the Governor-pro-
-:els iu i. M. S. "Druid" to St. Johns, Newfound-
ln,2, rlrin1..yv morning-.

7T Me El"t/uhor j the n.ry. tl' r tt-. e.
Minr. : it..., D..!.r. Sin,--I n,-V.i,:e tii:tt my oLpp.c
a- at a.,. 'y..uld-b ,.: ':1 ',.i..i, yoltu orre-pj)'oulcut,
i h..s,- Lt.. rs '.-- nii,'.- :. 'over the Sirnuature
" Ou -.i '1 heji," lIn s a.--..rtd titha I 'lave unot nu-
w l'-erei !i.-t cu...,tiunis. I ,ueg tlcHrei:t'o-e to ask the
r-unde.s of yciur paper iuntercst-d in Clhum-cIh matters
to :- -.- e t lAe holeoe c ,i"rr,.pl.:-,len:c--? .b-.fore they adopt
the c-ouen li.-iu to wili.-h hlie point.,


A ,ih.'r c'- c-, : ni ,ide'i with lin i ai'1,' 1 ,iii(l 'i .
t L';.' I h last war hia., i'ii h, e.1 h:',-uchi be ,i'- !Le
-'c:' i'i'i -..i-t -'t ni-'c-" Pti;:', Ot ;!,.':y
i.- .!i',', 'cl hi'" i s c-i' ,'mO '.; v.ith !il. t.* tr- -
:l~t. ,.,1! ; .,1 -..' ,*,*,l..;:.: t ,,n,,i,,... fior ,<.: "v .'.dvear;ee t.. ,
lt I o. ?.i1:f -.o .- i a-,', -
'u; ,, ; h,! i':; an tr.e,: i,, B :i:i aia. N'., iy !i
i 'lie ,.',, hifui; i < .;, .'t t h. i : .'. .r tla. i .
(_'..- .,,, t.' Li..' m tiltn t: ei tim ni ily iinearin;. in the
.it i c.!.-cJ '.''t2c ci...:ii!i ,-. ,..t bhe Lts:iita LI
C(',..;-ii'sa'-ria li i1 ; Lb.. T -.i' si-i i I'aii lpaig u.
The -'-,v a G,-veri-. it hawv r,_-c-.ivemd proposals
to establishb 1 submarine C n!,le betw,:en Jaemel and
Kingston, Jamntica.

,';-F In e..cas-e(lui-nice of hIer aiipproaching- de-artrdro
for Hlalihaix, L. [DY MII -(''Li N'i. i. ill ni longer be "AT
Ho?.L:" on Saturday attr-r, n,.,.-
P i''r HIt CL r-tJ.I .itr::-,.-Tinroury! tihe
kind invitation of ihi. Hon. Et,',,.uiiiu :nI i i-.
I Hr.ivey, :hI.. Hu.t n-, Thiitu:--: y, May, will
iiuli 1 at M .Iu,-t Plea.t-nt. in:-t :a of at th, i Saw.!-
L l!- n ,- .-vi... -un y :.-tat... .


The Royal Eginri-es Athletic- Sports took place
on the. Cric.-kl.t Field at Prop--p-ct, on Friday the
23rd April, the weather being fine. The very ex-
cellent Band of the .0thl Rcgiment- played in their
usual sweet -e le. A great mnnuy Ladies anl Gen-
tlemen from all parts of the I.-sand were present.
Th1e events gneu-n'ally were well contested, but es-
pecially that of thie mile race, whic-h was open to
Stie G(-arriou-and wlhih was wou by a private
soldier of the tith Regiimennt. The race with wheel-
ban'-nows-the competitors bcinu bliuld-fodeled-
caused a deal of amusement, as they were continu-
ally running one-uteeled vehicles against
each other. The Tug-if-v'n-between the 21st and
25th Companies R. E., t.rminiuatied in an easy vic-
tory for the vantetobenus."
After the several events were concluded Mas.
GoB-r.N very kindly presented tach sI.,, cssful com-
petitor with his prize, &c., congratulating each one
with a few complimentary remarks.
The Day's amusements wer-e brought to a close,
by the Bad playing "GoD Save tho Queen."
No. 1, Flat Race 100 yards, 15 started.-Ist Sap-
per Keary; 2nd Lc.-Corpl. Allen, 21st, Co., 3rd
Sapper Connors. Well contested throughout.
No. 2, Long Junmp, 12 entered.-Ist Sapper Pap-
pin, (14 ft. 6 in.); 2nd Sapper Allen.
No. 3, Flat Race, I mile handicapp), 11 entiies.--
1st Sapper Keary; (Won by i yards.) 2nd Sapper
Mc. rritt ; 3rd Sappur Allen. :
No. 4, Putting the Shot, 10 entiies.-lst Sapper
Counors (2' ft. 9 iuchec) ; 2nd Sapper Keary (25
ft. S1 ins.)
No. 5, Three-Legged Race, 18 entries.-1st Sap-
pels Benutyworth and Pappin; 2nd, 2nd-Corpl.
Pinehiin and Sapper James; 3rd Sappur Fetherston
and Le.-Corpl. Horuo.
No. 6, Flat Race 2i.", yards, 1i entries.-1st Sap-
per Allea ; 2nd S-,pperKI-ar-y: 3rd Sapper Connoes.
No. 7, Blindfhld R-ic. ..-'. y;,n-., 17 eiitrie.-.-
1set Sapper Hewat; 2nd Sapper Dyke ; 3rd Sapper
No. S, Hurdle Race 160 yards, 12 entries.-
1st, Sapper Ko:lny; 2'nd Lc.-Corpl. Marshall; 3rd
Salpper Iluttou.
No. 9, N. C. Olfi.-cr:-n Race 100 yard-.-, Sentries.-
lst Corpl. Fe :t.-n ; (w,.n by a yard.) 2nd Le.-Corpl.
P,.wc-l; ; -l, L,..-Curpl. TIarns.
No. 10, Mile Rae, Open to all, 11 outiies.-lst
Pvt. Noti-', I:'th, (.5m,. i .. ,easily wo) ; 2u- Born.
O ',:.uii,.:,r, 1.:..\.; :r.dI P vt. :.-in,:.k,.r, ",t!,h.
No. 11,, RlIne 150 yaNi N. BPt.ler. 3 entries.
-1st JBiglrn Benoy; 2nd'1ugleir Gridl-v ; 3rd
Bui. le-.r Cu.:ingis. -
No. 12, Sack Race, S.i yards, round a pole (or
human) 11 entries.--Ist Sapper Connoi: ; 2nd, appear
Bonny worth; 3rd Sapper Hewat.
No; 13, Veterats' Flat Race, 20)0 yards, 5 entries.
1st Curpl. Ihards., (won ea.-ily) ; 2nd Seolt. Watt
3rd Qr.-d, r.-Sergt. Bell.
SNo. 1i, Throwing (rit k,-t rall, 10 euie is.-l.,t
Cuipl. Felton, (.' yard,) ; 2ul, Sppcr Fetherton.
No. 15, Tug ofV ar, 21st, and 25th Companies,
10 -, side.--W'on by thle former.
N'o. 1;, Tu~g of Wnar, Ol-:.n- to all, 10 ,aide.--f'th)
and I-ltth R-giments against Royal Engineers.
Won bly tie '',tln.
No. 17. r Mile Race, 12 cutties.-Ist Sapper
Me-nitt, (wou by 3 yards) ; 2nd Sapper Keary ; 3rd
Lc.-Cpl. Powell.
No. IS, High Jump, 11 entries.-L.t Sapper Pap-
pin, (4 ft. 7 in.); 2mnd Sapper Hewat.
No. Pl, Consolation Race, 3 entries.-lst Sapper
Purcell; 2ndl Sapp.-r M.'Nutley ; 3rd Pvt. White.

For the 1,'Royal 6'a:te.
MR.. ErrTro,-I was much interested this morn-
ing in reading iu the columns of the '" Royal Ga-
7ette" au account of the meeting iat St. John's,
Newfoundland, to com..ihle.r tlie important subject
of the completion of tieo (Cath.drt"l there, and I
would add a few itents that have come to my own
personal knowledge.. So much in.t,-r.-t was excited
in St. Johnlu's by this meeting that all classes and
sects wished to show their zeal in this matter, and
organizeil themselv-.s ;n or crews to haul the
stone to be used iu lbuildiug. This was first begun
by the "Guild of St. John the BaIptist." attached to
the Catlhedraiil. and taken up afterwards by the
"t Fire Brig'de," the BBritish So.i,-ty," the "So.
city of Unit-d l"ishernmen," and bay the crews of
several vessel.-s, oon to depart upon their annual
expedition after seals. The way the.-e hauls were
made was this. Large andi heavy sleds or drags
of solid timber, capable of carrying twelve or fif-
teen tons of .-tnue, were made, furnnished with
chumis anrd loug ault .stroug Ii:muling ropes, and
la.-slJ t,.getcher one bliudil the cthlier. When
loadeil with .litoue thist ainn ,,f .sleds wns taken in hand
by a 1 erew" of a thousand or fifteen hundred men,
S.anil drawn through thie town ovrn- the icy streets
to tlue C.ttlhiedral, thIe n.le-l decked with flags and
accompanied by a baul of mu.sic- and by a cheering,
shouting crowd. So great was the enthusiasm in

this work that ti. ]ia ' would have gladly
toil,..d by night a" vt ]I 'ts L, day. but from the ex-
treme iceuess-:- of th. io1i .s, thn:t uhad t., be expres-ly
forbidden f-uor te:r a.:eile-nts. Mor e than a luuo
tlOlS vwe-re tduiiwn tithiL: a week. My obji:.ct in
wr'itiug, tlhiis, however, is n't so munch tc-it t 1 what has
been dinoe in St. Juun'., as t," :.-- i..t what might
be dune itu B.13m uiuia.
Forr- nt'c than u r,.-e nt' s the Loird Biinho(p of
f Ne-w-filaui dli ;,l Periu-:lu hi. i cel;- ben in ti.s part
of ]is i aninc..,- Di..- i.:-e, te-e Ia git :.- ii the "orld it
is :-.ail, ann-i his la '-.-Ils i,;i ve b ua i',.,t abuiudaut..
Iu every braucei of his wink here-, lie has been- most
diligent ani},ful. Tlc o go ie lias (lone by'
hit eiitn, -t ud:v'ti .u ia I,, inuia-i.. gi j :eal, bly f hiis
:.e-':[1'a: iL. I ,iible t-la.-.'-:, I,i- a.: dn-,l --,-s at. cuifi 'nrma-
rio7, hiu- i.-, il !ute,-,:i a't e1 witl alH c-lasses-, can
nee-.t b1,e i.iuv' i thi-. w i:.,.d. Tin-ir r hi-'." H-,wv .v harl l .' 0low our g[..iiti ,! e f.:.r thi.
niol, !:v work hie.-hs don..:-e heri-: r By words. They cost
nothio-g. lhe ha.- a sc.-h-imiu unow voly near and dear
to his heart, thie ,co.nphe-tiinm of the Cathedral in St.
John's. MMay we iuot. ]lelp limn in this Some
nmay say, '- tire ane LIhtna clhe to be built iu
Bermiritila." Very true, blit hc-lpiug abroad need
never icti:rtfu-re wih hi i!' iiat. !i-,m, .
AnlJ :anoth1 i -'.asotu wlty '-i.,;,' ii:0,ids should bo
iunt -'t;..ied iu the U.iTi, c',t.,L i -. t -. t i.fC.;:':-,, is that it.
-vi l d tarl-1- a i'.:- p'-t iii'iA- iin. il ,"i' t.i'- i.- O watrh-
ed c.e- ti, r-ia ..- th :ii : ,i-;i', fait' L l. ,'ira e for more
th ,"in t :h'rty y .-...:, c;.i.- b-.h u t ...,- aired edifi.:e,
b.;: ha-f. r.'..'- ic. ,. ,i .... it.- ,:;: L,, i,..:) w a,: i,:alcd to
Li-v ':1 -i oUL :,. 1. a r L .: ha,1 n-:.!, on- b a life
if -l^ a,_'-t n.,p::r.i..l d-.--.ti,: an, :-i-f sac ifiHce.
.A u- r.i .'..,w tL: r incy i .-.r..n t in ,.' -, work is not
in '. I -.' .:i. i'-: i' I i :id I.E' .:..-e, cc-.-t uol th uini ,
.xit i, th .: m 1 )ne t! "i',r, th! ki.1, I will..t nd H is
L :.ip-'hi t: plu,'.s tovwar-. thie stm needed, a
I'em..11 an.- ,ut it i- t rue, but if everyone wouil give
i; like pfopo-rtion, the whole would speedily be
iL:n-'le ip.
Hamilton, April 27th, 180.

F:.,- t," .,/ Ul Ga: /i.'.
1..rr. E-rTr':r,--Ia t .ttate-n et,t i. yc ..'t l.l i- 'I
v ith r.:-I-,rr:-I.,er: t .o Snj Iv' P.nii-h C 'I : l ..1 ,. v--:- .
soeie e'r'-'s asll omissions inadvertently ni.iu',
which it is deemed fit to. d1v, iI to and correct. In
view of tlhi-. "'utiii 1,_ fil-t ._uote the munificent
gifts with which out ChrL- cIs ,e.'u f..-.n h.u:,, ; .
S?: ichh ,iall tr an pulic.- nvov-al, and the li ,at*:t,-f l
acknowledgments of the P-nraiici,. Ti,- ;ronL:.
addition autd improvement to t.he spire w as at th,-.
instanie and co.t of Mr. Roleit Alexander Tuck.r,
a native of the Par"ilh-the handsome anul massive
pulpit and fount were prf:sc-ented by Mr. Thomas
Fowle Tucker of Paget, whose father was also'a na-
tive, the beautiful altar table and lectern wei,?
severally the spoutane,:,us gifts of Mr. Thiornais S.
Reid of Pembroke Hall, and -.,f Mr. Willhi:m iCr(.i
Jones of Now York. Of all there the Bi.dicop of tlhe
Diocea.o was pleased to express his apprei:iati.:n and
approval; and to his Lordship the Pnidhiouers nro
specially indelteed for the war:u interest manifested
in the coneernments of their Chureh, and for his
graiou-,- rn,.l ,generoii- locationn thereto.
In justice to Mr. Solomon Simous, it is prilper to
anih, that to him solely is due the merit of erectiun-
the steeple to its pre-ent height and ldineu.iouns.
Mr. Wim. A. Swan was the builder of the chane,.-l,
and both these mechanics'performed their tasks with
credit to themselves and satisfaction to the Conm-
mittee, which consist of three members, the Rector,
John Fowle, and John F. Burrows, Esqrs., who
have been indefatigablle iu their endeavours to bring
the work to a .successful issue.
Somers'et, May 3, 18SIu. --

For the Royal Gazette.
S Mn". EDITOR,-I think your correspondent Anti-
Cathedral" should receive the thanks of all Episco-
1paliaus for the trouble he has taken to enulighten
them upon the status of Trinity Church by the
Deed under which it was founded, because people
Generally were before quite ignorant of its most
important features, and therefore expressed opini-
I ons very much at random. The Vestry are dcserv-
eing also of tile thanks of all interested for having
that Deed printed and circulating it. amongrst the
Pew-holders, and it shlews a noble spirit on their
part and a de.-ire for whatever steps they are now
about to take to be thoroughly canva.sed before
carried out, and that nothing be kept in the back
ground that should l be brought to the front. The
petition read l t the hlst meeting at Trinity Schol
Room was plain, straightforward, and free from
i ambiguity, though I must ay a perfectly martial
Stop worthy a l Napoleon! As egarimds tile article
in your paper of 20t instant on "Trinity 'hurimrh,"
I think Auti-C(athedral nmihit with propriety have
dilated at ,-.:-: t,.r len; th. The artic'el states that
by t t1, i: rnj -,f the Petition to the Legislature the
presit Rr-.-tor is to 1,:, e l1! pecuniary benefits and
to relainu n i veto on s' -vii-es in Ti-irity Ciurnh nat
Sthe same hour the e hour as te ari Church, provided tlhyv
are a t lore inu: -'- r>-us t lhan they i,:v nic,'" l|,.
Swl:i t about tie mti/ ;and il fala- e R-ctors tli'-y
ar to lie to/all 'iire/ar,-' in these p:articiul
What underlies thces- pr.ovi-ikce-, and whit is to
follow in thc-ir t'.raiu ? Let the ,of Peubrol-.?
ponder wqll that whe-n Tiinity b.coi,-omes a Catle-
dral (-) anud the Minister becomes the Bishop's
Curate, se-rvi,--s r1 iu ht be hl-d there at any times and
houa,-s whnthee c7.'ictin.i with Parish Chatrceh or not
and when we -ct froi-m England a superior, leaned popular plea ilr:r, -who by tli., eloquen,:-e is to
: a ::'r ,t, 'i r.'e :':nu re.::rtiou t. :, fill the C(hu:n.s ''cof-
S.r, wh re ,n:.- oi tho Parish Chnir-h ie b Lite:ally
I .wamped That poor, old, little, unjpretending,
uu-Catbd ta]lil:-Ie lco'iug building, nwa off in the
woods, to be re: ached through the colMl bha1tst of
winter, and tIe roasting suus of suumer, may be
used only as a Cen(mete-ry ChaIpel for funeral services ;
for pracficall!', iisread of as it u.,,l to he le.illl/,,
the contemplated Cathledral, will become the Pari'lh
Church and will draw all the Parish to it except
such humble people of moderate means as can't
afford to pay their increased pew reuts, and St.
John's in a few years will 1.-, as a full cougrega-
tion, with every pev in demand, only enrolled
amongst the by-gones Are the people of Pem-
broke, who have been in the habit of worshplqpinu
t.hei.., prepared to take a tc-p that must inevitably
lead to this result, if the ideas of the advocates of
a Cathedral are enarried out by the Legislature?
Your article also stat-s that the petition contains
all the change now plioposed," but what further
changes ria'i they no' propose by-and-bye after
they have secured the- C':tiedral ? One step at a
time. "Rome wT':s not built in a day." Once es.
tablish a Cathi-d al, giving a Bihop and his Curate
full sway, andi who knows what changes will be
called for that :it tIne present time are not dreamed
of by the Pari.hiones.-m; They may not and proba-
bly will not be, under our present highly es-
teemed Bishop who seems to have won the confi-
dence of our whole Church, but we shall have other
1 Bishops by-and-bye. I cannot see how the Minis-
ter of Trinity can be any more "independent as
tlhe Bishop's Curate" (as your article state, thau
under the pre-ent status It is a fact worthy of
note that amongst the number that formed the ma-
jority of 9 that p.s.ed the irst dcaue of the peti-
tion (" the pith of he whole").proposed at the mreet-
ing of Pew-1..:lders at the School Room on the 15th
instant, 7 are out/,',/, of Pembroke Parish and 4 do
not worship in Trinity and 2 not r-gular attend-
ants Is it fair' to presume that those who have
their own comfortable Chlurches to attend to and
worship in, can enter fully into the sympathies and
feelings in a Church that they have but little
in common to do with : and i.L it not to be wou-

dered at that they should initiate, promote, and
perseveringly follow up a disturbance in the con-
gregation, (anil possibly in the Parish too), at this
time, just as we have entered upon our seconil year
of peace and good will in Trinity, after our un-
happy differences, and when the majority of the
Pew-holders and Worshippers are quite satisfied to
hav- that peace anud good will continue ; aniul wIhe
t!:,, pro.-perity of tl,' Church inpecunilry roatters is
gre:,ter than over before To say thie least, while
wit! tlhe t ,est of naturcs it i..- very ill-juldg-du. Ti.e
P.-w-hol'er:s.did not move in it, the Bi-hop did nt_,L
iciove in it, awl it cannot be called a me.i.aure ofA
his, ni oni< i; -.::ki.- ; lbut the (CathedraL l was
propse'l if net : ofi t ./0 to hii (by :na autiautho-ris.
Vestry) anl he could not well refuse it. TLh Yes-
try t tht eir uce-eting-s on thu 26th Fel.ruary and
"th Mat.!- v.-ent far L,yonil the powVCI-s conferred
upon tlitA by the .. (No. In, IS;0i,) undeuri which
they wv.ere appiiuc.ed, rnd that defined their duties
t., Il' I-inply to ,liopuse of pews, and a t itca,,d ap.
proiride ,te / reals." They have nothing wha itc--er
t-i do .1 o a c -(try with thin fillinua valenuciies in thL
Mini:tmry of the Church. The Pew Renters were
doulbtle:ss ignorant iof this fact, or thought, less of
I .'f it i : l. .l *: *. : .':-v L 1 1 ':! t .-!,-: rnia
" .... t ,.. i ,t ... I. v:l.i ih :.. [,..,....t t :.-,-., fo, ,
pz..:U ; p p.ara :.. !i':lv to c:'[lim u:te in imoei
... -... -id or, i
j :. d ti ':.L v' '-. L i .i-.i..l. 'i .,i. .. -
i, L:-: ii ii .: tT .n i .. i:. a i,: tn i-

S -, 1 -K .t i: ; ,.: i, .: .. ..I: -.: ),., i l1., .J
S .. i. -1\.._ ;'. i i '. L, ;.i't f-.i him.l
I .--.n- i'l b ,l, :-'.'Vi.' ;. u'."- ;. t.ii' i it.- p. -,, le n-- .
t:;iil ii-.'p-. .. Iit w?;,, ik-,: a ic_( t:-,_, UtI.,.
I ,i. n .:e;' .1 npiu Li ner.v: ry tJhat wh-enu b t .,
jsh.c. t tihue in ,: ',. v, w :--- a1.. i-'c -.-e:.orupo ,i.
v'0hoi i we wis', ti ttir.-t a C.t h dral upon his .i'rs
visit. Why such haste at tlis particular time?
"We now have in Trinity a Church after the pattern
described in our XIX Article, and since the Bishop

has. the ap-p-intieut of the Minister, which in
y.ourms of 27Tih you state -" is almost as much power
;is thi-e pio'pos,.ed chauge will givt him." Why may
we not go on a while longer untudr the present sta-
tus. andi await the necessity, for a change should
Pach li ani:. ? It pains nme to think of &e contest wv
e'all provoke iu the Le-i.ilature! B let ;%ell- alone," ad follow out the doctrme preach-
(d by thii Bisholp in that Church in a sermon on

To the Editor of the Royal Ga:ette.
DEAR Srn,-For many years the two Parishes (.f
Pembroke and Devonshire, have been united under
one Rector. The late Rector, without grumbling
over smallness of pay, or the number of souls comn-
maitted to his care; in season and out of season
faith fully discharged his duties, and followed by
the blessings of his people has now gone to his re-
ward. His work was the same as that of the pre-
sent Rector, with this addition, preaching at the
Lane Schoolroom, and for some timeacting as Chap-
ain to the troops. fle Parish of Devonshire has
also been reduced nearly ouehalf by the Govern.
meant purchase and oeupation, and I doubt if the
Pastoral work has increased much, by increase of
population in the two parishes, since the present
rector took the livings.
The people of Devonshire have no desire for a
change, certainly not to be tacked on to the skirts
of Pagets, and before such changes are contemplat-
ed, it would be well to consult those most deeply
interested, and it would also have been well for the
rector to have calculated the labour before accept.
ing tlhe emoluments of the livings.
There is no suggestion to separate Smiths and
Hamilton Parishes, and yet any one looking at the
rnap of Bermuda, will see, that from the way in
which they are separated by the waters of Harring.
ton Sound, the work of a faithful rector is far hard-
er than that of the Rector of Pembroke and Devon.
shire, or of Sandy's and Southampton. D.
May 1, 1880.

The vegetable-- now being shipped, are in
excellent, order--particularly the onions, which,
though not of a monstrous size, are firm, and have
a glossy healthy looking skin. We fear that many
of tlie lot., -ent early to market, not being well
cured, havo had a prejudicial effect on the prices

THE WrEAT'EIr_.-We ha-ve had some pleasant
shb.--weis of rain within the past few days. The
taunls generally throughout the Islands, were
empty--an-d the- wells were failing to yield their
usual supplies.

i "1" The performance in aid of the Irish Relit f
Fund," given by a few of the Officers and Ladifs
of the Garrison at St. George's, was most success-
fully carried through on Saturday, 24th, and Tucs-
day, 27th April l:st, and since when we understand
that the! Manager ]is been -ible to forward 20 to
the fimuns., out of the proceeds realized by r.he noble
efforts of his Conmpany. Very great praise is due
to all for the pnias which seem to have been taken
to make the perfi:,rmanuce both pleasing and profit.

-r' The Dramatic Company, under the man.
a,-r.ment of J. H. Randall, Esqr., has given a sum
of Fiva Pounds towards the re-building of the
Pembroke Sunday School:

EERATuIM.-In the communication of "Anti-
Cathecdral" iu our last Issue, in 21st line, read
advisedly for advisably.
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From the West Indies and Demerara.
The R. M. Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell, ar-
rived on Wednesday last from Jamaica, the Colon
Mail having arrived in due course.
By the Alpha, we have our usual exchange fiki
frora the several islands and Demerara.
It is -aid that Governor Irving of Trinidad i$ to
bIe transferred to the Straits Settlements.
The C'u!ia Sugar Crop for 1879 is estimated at
G60,000 l ns and that of Porto Rico at-90,000.
A Gre, k manuscript containing a portion of St.
Paul's Epistles hse been discovered in the ancient
Library of St. Ambrose on Mount Athos,
A young man named Horatio Week%, a elarifler
at Lower Esiate, St. Michael's, Barbados, accident.
tally slipped and fell into a copper of hot liquor.
He was speedily gotten out but died soon after.
Lient.-Oovernor Dundas of St. Vincent is dead,

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Tuims' IsLANDS, 22nd April, 1880.
DEAR. SIa,-We last addressed you in this form
on the 17th ultimo, since which there has been
eight cargoes of Fishery Salt shipped from East
Harbour and one from this port.
Since the heavy rain on the night of the 12th of
January last, the weather has continued very favor.
able for Salt making, excepting some heavy show.
ers on the 13th and 14th instant, which caused 1
inch of rain at this Island and and nearly as much
at Salt Cay, while East Harbor escaped with very
There are alhout 50,000 bushels on hand, princi.
pally at. E:iast Harbor, where they are again raking
and will continue while it holds dry. The princi-
pal proprietors will commence here and at Salt
Cay again next week, and if the weather continue/
as at present, we hope soon to hat a fair stock on
We have opened thie market at 12} cents for
I Fi-hery Salt, and quute Course, nominal at 10
cent-, thus proving to our customers and friends
,that we would not follow the example of our
neighbours at luagua. These figures we think
will likely be .outiunucd until late in the (eason, to

Yours. &c.,

1b-e nmodifi,:-l then ine.or'liug to demand and supply.
Quality, Me-.Is're, Dispatch and Moderate Prices
Soli,-iting any order you may require filled,
We remain, Dear Sir,
Your Obedient Servants,

An occasional correspondent, writing from Bos-
ton, says:
V.'-i:ad ,'-Ies not save the rich from the grave.
..u:.Lt~ert, Bosc'orn's wealthy merchants looked over
his fire nmilli,.,n:' ;;old h-st Saturday, 5 p.m., and 6
p.m. started hin to dust, I refer to Mr. Joseph
N.'er-c.~r;. a -hipltindller, bro.ti-er of the late Fred-
e ic,; Ni -:i! s,", the own-tr of the Carroll and Wor-
c(,.tTr .udl oithr steamships.
Mr. P'billip., the oil merchants, it is now reported,
will leach near l 5 millicu dollars as the vAlue of
hi. ,'tate. tis! a 7s, 72 aIu Mr. Nickerson 76.
Two strcn- n-ilroled, ragacinous merchants. They
sought weaili., and found it.
Wealth abounds throughout the land. The in-
creased vrilue of property in the United States has
been ,.;,,,[''-,.d t. lea hundred million dollars.
Money seen to dazzle the nation, and all seem to
be pe!l-w'ell after the large sums. A litte1with
contentment and all the prudent bumours of life is
real wealth. W;g.

April 30, 1880.

YouIs Ii'illy,

A pii.ii ; ,h 1: )


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BIRTHI, in Southawm. ion Par-i,", in th:- 29ith ul to.,
3Ins. JA.iMF A. WItui.'i of a o;:.
.......... in llthis TOh' ), I .n I it ii.-t 11 FREDERICK
JAMES, of a ,iSON.
.......... on Saturday, 1-4 inmt., the \YWFi of R. Gor-
ham, Esqr., ofa DA.UGiH ri.v.
.......... aia Smith's lIall, Pomliroke, on 2nd i,,s.., the
WiFK of C. WV. T. Smith, M. )-., ofI a ON,

MARRIED, in Sandys Parish on the 20th ultino.
by the Revd. Bruce McKay, Rector of Sandys and
Southampton Parishes, Mn. GLORGE JAMES ROTuI-

DIED, at his residence, in this Town, on the 27thi
ulto., WILLtAM Hr.nrR Ro.ACH, eld-est son of the lath.l
Worshipful William Morris Cox, aged 4-IS years, deaer-
vedly respected by all who knew Inim. Blessed are
the pure in heart, for they shall see GoD."
.......... in this Town, (at the residence of her father),
on Tuesday, 27th ult .after a long and paintful illness,
ELIZA D., widow of the late Mr. A. C. Washington, in
the 42nd year of her age.
........., in Warwick Parish, on Friday last, MR.
........., at Harmony Hadl, Paget, on 24th ult., Mnps.
MARY H. DUNSCOMiBL, aged 8'2 years.
...... .., in this Town, oi Friday last. 3th i ult., after
a lingering illness, M As. JonN R. WVI-lTNEY. youngest
daughter of the late Mr. James R. B13aicome, aged 36
........., suddenly, in New Yo.k, on 10th April, 18:?0.
by a fall from the roof of a house, Dr MAN, eldest son of
Nelson and Susan Reed, aged 2o years.

The Honorable JOHN MCeDONnE.E, Assi-anit Justice
of the Supreme Court of Judicature and one of the oldest
and most experienced planters in the colony, closed his
earthly career on Monday morning ihe *22nd instant at
Tempe Estate, in this Parish, after an illness of fifteen
days. Mr. McDonell, who was a native of Forres,
Scotland, and the son of the Rev. J. McDonell, M minister
of that Parish, was educated nt .St. Andrew's Univer-
sity. He arrived in this colony on the 3rd Dec., 1:-:2'J,
and began his career as a planter on the Waltham Es-
tate in the parish of St.. Mark, and gradually rising in
his calling he attained a high position among the plan-
tocracy of the island. For several years Mr. MleJonell
occupied a seat in the House of Assembly, and in 1-I64
was exalted to a seat in th- Lorgislative Council, which
he occupied until the change of thle cobslitiilior in 1 76
being then Pre'ident of the Coutnil. Ther favour of
Government was further extended toward. Mr. Me-
Donell in the month of April 1862, when ihe recei.oed
from Lieut.-Governor Kortrifht the alIpointint.,nt of
Assistant Justice of the Supreiome Court, n p1ositiin heI
filled with considerable ability and twct, Mr. McDuell
was one of the few remaining of the old schriool of sutiLa
planters which is now rapidly dying tait. ile pmssess-
ed the inherent qualities of hii rac. b',i;ndn jovial .Mid
hospitable, charitablle and generous. At tIhe uieti.ient
of his body which took place on )Ionmlav at'tornooun ait
Tempe Estate, of whicel Io was tih.3 piI r-t.;. 'i-: E:--
cellency the Liput.- Governor was r. -'~IQsenlt- d iby his
private secretary and the Dar of the Colony by Ir.
Ccmissiong and Mr. Ward. "Mr. McDonell ha.s left a
widow and many friends to tkp!elre his dleath.--.t.
George's (Gtena'q) C'! i(,in'.', '.7rh .1I(reh, LS:".
[The deceased geitleiman w.L&s lI'r:t(lher-in-law of 13.
D. Fraser, Esqr., M.C.P. in these Islands.--Ed. I.'. f .]


F'HE Undersigned will pay a
LIBE3RAL It LEVARD L far tuclh inlf:oua--
tion as shall enable them to effecitully prosecute
nny person who after this ldtul shall hunter on
their l.ands near P1oint Shnte. r'nd iMOl.ES'1
1. E. St ON.
HIamilton, May 41, 1880.-2 31p, pd.
Gaielte onily.

Exchange on New York.

Drafts at sight on d. BIEAJVE TT
4. CO.,

Apply to


April 19, 18180.-3p tf.

For Rent,
Part of the RICH MOND PRO-
PERTY, consisting of about
Five .lci'es of L '.i'D.
Just West of the Town of hlamilton. Poises-
sion given on the Ist July next,
Apply to
Long House, 2"-nd April, 18S0.-3 3p
For Rent,

'In Reid Street, Ilamilton, at present occupied by
Mr. I. F. Cooper.
Possession given on the Ist Jnly ntixt.
Apply to
Long Ilouse, 22nd April, 1880. -3 3p

For eIent,
The-Conmuodious and Pieasan-tly .5i'n:,ied

AfDwvelL.f lowse
In the 'l'w ,f iuninWtan,
At present occupied ,, th l.... : i ni'.J.
Possession given nflIju' l.s Ji tl ne tt -'\t
W. T. JAM;),N1.E
42 Front .Strcet.
Ilamilton, May 3, 18O .-2 3p pd

For Halifax, N. iS

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11 l10thi inlst.Int.
For freight apply to thle .M1ast-'r on ic.'.:;r-. or
to '. II. 'hompsor.,
Iiate o1 frt' ighl:, Oiion per i-i t x '25 ce s
Dry BIs. 0 c,..-nAs. Tom it..- cctis.

May 4, 1880.


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To-Morrow, W -edniesdah ,
5th Instant,
^^y^ -7" -"^% "^\ ^

Being a Coniiguuient -Lipp:.-A.l fr,:,ii N.'w York
) ,' 9) Boxes Yea-.t CAKES
2 Boxes Stov. POLISI
12 Boxe. Cainied APPLES
12 Boxes Pinf Apple CHEESE
2 -Half-Chests TEA 13 Bx:,. Tuilet SOAP
2 Boxes Egg POWDER
2 Boxes Baking- POWDER
3 Boxes GrouIn GINGER
2 Does Conhnsed MILK
2 Cases BISCUiTS, 2 1b. Timls
5 Boxes OLIVES 10 Bxs. Clothes PINS
1 Box File LIGHTS
26 Boxes Lamnldry SOAP, ;O eakes in box
2 Bags COFFEE Boxes Bonelh:ss FISH
Boxes Codfish BRICKS
Boxes Finuou HADDOCKS
3 Cases Ox TONGUES, &e(, ,'.
.1 L S 0,
A very hlnlsome Halifa. BxU. -Y

L f, "1"
"- ', 1 .Very Fast

5 Years old,
And, fro'i Turks' I luds,
(5) Five DON EYS, if

not soldl Iprevioutstao'day ocSl'
TILAl () T]U 4N,

Hlmuilton, Mlay 1-ss0.

P.S.-If W'-ednesa.dy houdhl jrove rainIy, the
S .- w-ill t;ke pl;a,:. on 1L<:. f!i'.' ,wi' Friday,
7th fn.tant.

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HAINIL'rON, 1 11 I Iaw

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On Thursday next,
The 6th hIn taut.
Further particulars may be obtained front
OF ORDNANCE uat Hliomilton.
Acting Commnissary General
M-ay 4, 1S80. of Ordnance.
Colonist" copy once.

-a'anted to Purchase,
An American Two Seat Extension

Any Per.-.oni having such for Sa.le u ill please
send particulars of l'rice, &e.
Address K., ** loyal Gazette" Office, Iaumil-
May 3, LS0.--


A General Servant,
at Olive Hill, Pitt's Bay.*
Mlay 3, 1880.-I

Notice to Importers from
.New York.

'J'h e Brigarntine

On Thursday, 13th Inst.
RATE OF F:REIGi sT--t) p c ents ,r Barr-l..
Orders f1 Ly lh:r can be- sent. por
" Muriel" ]-avi'I g hv .i- .'nj Thursdivy next, i-th
Hamilton, May 4, 1880."

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I 'ojA tiCCi iUd on ti hI n n'ol ay P yealijj-
IIariluMay a3, I ?30.*

SIT T 10 ND,

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5() ~LS. S.F. J~A1B

2- Bngs O- 1 2 BIRIJIos eca-I
2.5 131,PPAN B u:-3 ~w

1 ') ( r aa,'"I"I F *1 F EL

5 HDtunas MLSE

20) Boes~-' Ljit,(1ut :awllui: EnEl.h t.1SOAP
20 Barreds T-al'b POTATOES
10 (Q ti. BxsPhal.k 'TPA( JC',I'
2 DB1arul th. y GiNt--EP
'A ) Pnzi-z~In s' ai!PA S
I r-p Ena.tjh BE
6 u's '~'1~l.Y~HARINLSis
~<'-2 BtT2 BUGG IES
:3 1cz i iiIg-XVHIP'
2 D,:zun I-I I'" Ux
-1hjls Eng-lish ALE

I Z1 Catiatl MI fAI j ES

Al- ia ,1 11-1. yappua1f & (2 .it

a1 ,. A r .L ER

'~ fey L~i All., xof

y A .
i .0 ;.. I i75 ';'*.- .of
.?. I'. t .LLA & CO.

Si\.., n I .. i, '- .. i I "i. r .

W n ::ed !,v .'.,,1 .! t,.,.. i -r ,:i ,.p :, t ul -l;uooks

to r. &
'.'.. If tii l :! P, "

r.ltU, u:ny 13rsi, in pd .,- give their

BY ; pe.sil : nili n ito the X a ;, jii o o).
Apply :'.t. iaL -:! G az:.,ti" ; :tile .
May 31,J, IJ'i.
NO TIC,.! "" 0, 0;.R ,' .'/L

O,) Now York,
I)urina the coming, Crop Season.
All ch`irJes for c,,t of le, nittaUre for nett
proceeds will have to lie borne by the owner of
the Gouods.
The highest market rates will lie obtained and
Account Saals returned promptly.
iamilto., lerni '.1 1 3 3
M arch 9 I _SIs 1 U.. p

it ot Ice
To Parmenrs and Others Interes ted

1 8 1 k DA [E -i, i1,EA hT,
N1-,"V YO R' 4K,

UI K'eS e.Irul lySa 1ia Is Aon i it II EnTU. I o N

I 1ndeu the !flia' r 'hed,
r a Hi a m t'.I1.1LIit0Ii, Bermutda'.
A pril1 20, iK~i~~3

~otiev, to ~A i -ies and

i I, "ar 13 Ea U 1)

15 i TIN YOR I

i:' I V. 'I'1i y b a

-eu lo a c --2 18 t.- 1 I f

LATE ~ OF THLE T-_0 NI-r, F .OoP

el, on I~. L'' ita'f")tha il moN --thanieI

Lx'-':ota 'I '1 teWill ot thaa. snil (haRlobd-

11.11.1 in of ut~a~ ~ TmHETR IT1`4:E'EACT, 187,
rai hcUS(In~ i v ny t:iv: 1ituhCianils aare llaereby
ti')fl'l livthe :rlExca utor.s will r.ouc-eai fo
(listlibiite tHIC L tsothe ERtate Of the aid
Charles ~a~ t l~)iZtthn' ia.rtic-S emit jlud
tli'-rk~o, bd vinV ~.g il 1to) Sticli Cl.a-ins only a;3
smnub Exicutol s shatll theun lhve had not ice of,
11nail thbat they Nwill niot be'c lialile for tho assc-ts
S.) aistrIihuto-Al, 'oranly par't. fthe-reof. to a~ l ly p.i~-
onof whosa ,.claiui lthe~y .01-1iallot then~

S. B! OWNLO\Y (. AY,

a -fivce. o lvF'~

11 G0101) C1iliA CEp.

rhe Undersh~ignei offci's to Sell
1Jis En1tire

(3 010ca Dii.'.NV I 1dFIXTuivS

f. II ON 11 ON.

Parties xwish ilog to 1) L

W'ihl~l b-s.: msa call the *-hcfl I01--- L-a te T. R.
V,~~~~So ns uuSlAle ti~ ~ ~ uf 5~he, remi being

I L.-athe J3LNC'II
A 'lort-inimi- MA ClHN'I,', SLc

'Icaunis, C ash owu I eliveq. y

A 1,4 N -S 1IT fA 'k es t 11
t '-I'5 l the li1 jr.aa-i p:aiir.1mqeI ,- te,,, have c~-c

I ,l-1 !IiOTr.OLdph V I ery of Ir.

S u e,, ; lehe 'a 1:tOriei., will b ha liil;I'a~y
rbec m '.d .mi IdaI a li enkd '2L o,
HAT-\'j'and 11,,i I-AS ~erind uLiaa;c-d at
a *, 4, l?--O

Have received] per --qr. I Berm uda,"
.1 im Enla g indi, via New York,
A N D B, iYS'

Com uprising a ul te requni r emen ts tor t he comining
seasoui, specially bvlected fo uritriiiiuda, arid
wvill he offered at huviw tals.
LCK' WA\ P4 ["& ING 11 :1 Al.
d(Iruierl. B. V. Club ROiOMS,

.' Jihif I .!uh, 1 ~'~ti.

IN, ot ice
4Aorwers andtnJ Iwuen's

Le~ i

.N io{ seqiueo.eC of thil. gre:ai in.rease in our
sh:lpiielits of' Poducu t, .'l ew' York since
,!;e : i (it 187-1, wec ,eeina it necessary to givo
notice, that we are iendy to give our personal
a'lteiiion as uiiua:l to :l!! ihijilu-ni ts o. f liernituda
i','':.ia o i or New Yal l ;.a l hrou,,91us, htUt
0 it ,'nut beii g p,' i rv-.i ible lo i the net proceeds
u.til paid to our, ,be given to the Not,' V :-rk Coui-igjie:s for Saie,
by each voseol transport in! a shipment.
W hean! necessary to orderr -'pecie in return for
any shipment it will !,,e in!su'redi at the expense of
the Ovwrs intei'esLid, an, owners will clear-l
uniharAtand that all thd (Iange-rs of transport are
borue 1iv them.
T h OTT 4 COX.
:i t! ;!r,-,- -, nm ; .,U t,, Ju n e, :
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M~ O~' iurU
'u'i at
ft'~ 'a
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(.ilat ': ia a ,- -.: 0 u t, er .auld. 'e. -aK i. en
oii,,e a: :.i y a l:a.d :L,,Id I no
.iAuli, t'io < -i I -it i lie l-i ,!d.
Parikui l as pie :.. apply at the Royal Ga-
,%Atte" 'tLice.
Ilamilton, May ;3id, 1880.

Tf1eatLftte Royal,
P I _- k") S_'PLCE T

IIv FMild lcrinLissiflntof
Mcioncl 2. c0. A. GORDON,

u. idu;nir the(? ii -.iyuishedl Pntroniace of

Andl 01"F I C E l.S -andI L k DI KS of the Corps

3313q TE'!? DiLRJI.WqTIC Cf. UR
I Live the hunor to~ announce that they will
i ye lictinical I'erf.-mi'mnces on

F rid'iy, Saturdcay, Mloni-
flay and TFuesday,
'1he 7111,.'6:11, 101h1 a'ud I lthl ~Ay' ,18-10,
1"i~tI[, nt.-it of trh0 \Widow 'of the Llkte Coni-
lin o !,e _,an I -'ai~ajor P". iN E, SI I' I 11. E,.
TIhe Pel'rfornn.oice to coillineilce each evenninigm
(11Y desi;-c ) %%ithi I le po.ver'Eidn Drarma in 4 Acts,
bY Co:in llazle%% oul, E'sqr., entitlo~i
never, too Late to Mend.

ro conciutl,' each evening (by desire) %' ith the
Liuulaal,Ie anid l.xcitioii! lPrce, by B. E.
I Naiielird, einuitled

THtIE 1111T FU"sL ODDu 3G ER.
Byn k:in Il pormiss oi Of Ci-LoNEL VAI-KER
m~id c&rof th9 r9901 (D. or" E.) lRegimuent,
tl, ir BAdi 3.~Li D ,1::,'be in atLoendlauce.
A. I INCIIIN ; St ige Manager, W.
I or-,i crThI ; ccret:ry and scenic Artist,1T.

Dress Cihclo 2,','; Pit l/r3 ; Back !Seats I

TICKTSmay b lm~d of lPay Sergeants of
Ciomp.iuic s 1R. an d 9th ; N C.Offiv'rs
Mescs ian~d i~ecreation Iloonis ; also at the
doors won ighItv.of Penl ol-ualice.
Doo'r, oponat*1 ii7-3.1,t o u 0Cmneihce at S.
(~a~i:g~nmay he todtireJ at I I p.m.

May .3, 1ISSO.

iNotbino' i

so successful

as Sux'ee-.a.


Tn,-,.r t-i' Pat1o-nag, of His Excellency SIR
.,. M. LAFFAN, at; Meuhanics' Hall.

R3emIbI111i11_er0 only 3 Nighits more to
s... this Marvellou.s Enchantor and Prince of
D darkness.
Reserved Sents 2/0; General Admission 2/;
Gallery 1/.
MATINEE for Ladies and Children on Satur-
dny at 2 p.m.
Admission to Matinee 2/. Children half price.
Hainilton, May 4th, 1880.-pd.

J''I E UNDE I':SIGNED respectfully solicits
Co nigiinenls of

Ber;u da P produce
For the New York Market through
it W bi'. J A N ES,
Who will receive and forward free of charge.
nav'ing had a long experience in this Busi-
nosl is prepared to secure the highest Market
Account Sales nnd C;,sh settlements promptly

Late Firm of Eli Campbell & Son,
West Washington Market,
New York.
New York, April 7th, 1880.-lrm S3p

Poat Office, Hamilton, Ist May, 188.).
Man.Il Alvres, Serafia Anderson, Post Addis, Laura
Arnt.trong, John Armstrong, George Armstrong,
Richbardi an, Ship Bertha, E Brooks, Elizabeth
lBuiitril.-hl, E!w v Burch, Thladdeus .' Caise, Sophia
('Co, Fra:,cisco M I'orrFi ('C a ison, l'haddeus
Casr.y, lt,.hIrt ('.opl r, ,\ill .ide Casey, Sarah
, Camerio, T G Chapt I, Richard Darrell, R T Davis,
Mrs D.iinon, E Frankhing, W' J Fubler, Louisa Fub-
I.r, W\\in B Finley, Josejphi Fshor, Carl Francisco,
\V' D Grant, Jane Gilliert, Joseph G uinde, Ang-line
Gi;bert, A E Heath, Mrs H.ill, Th.inmas Hayward,
Margare -terberf, Johoni Inas, .1 Johnson, Eliza
Jc',es, A.r.bella Jovn.:, Tlwimas W Jo. II, Alpheus
Joell, H G KenJell, E F L, cds, Richa'd Lynch, John
Lottinore, Jo-,quiim I. Mende., James ,Mulhlins,Fran-
c is S .w. :. ,3 L'i i i'; u 1" S.'.a .tr-jia, F \V Par-
e.-, A ,suii ,'h.rJ-,,:, '..,i: \V 'hiclh rid'son, Theo-
lo :cI ,i .'i y, :-:u n -- m i i, A lbert
i -[a i.o S i.'nai'li, :, C'ecila .A SLmi.h, John
i ,.ii' -, r:.h Sw.-.i. "fI .. 1F .:;aniih, C teele,
J ',' S' r ir,1 ,,,i, i, Sitn w.', "nr. s wan, Joh.a
S. i ., i it N S Josect 'iTro;, Eiaunor I uck-
-. tv i';t i' ';. a r, J.,s "h 1, JameS
S i .*:- .!... it .i:iia F i nk \\oL-,, C B
S' .. r a, : i .\ i L. u: W i!irne, Peter
*( .',:-, s: L' '.I h- i .1 \,'i.!:' II -, fL h isiiaiin \V i:-
-, I a ,, J i. e -' a \ ,'la!n u;'

IUN. l.,\i.E[) LEi'f ET.S IN T.iE POST OF-
FICE S i'. GEO-RG;ES, %ay 3, 1880.
Mr Ja,:kland, N deBurgh Mordan, Mrs Maria
l.i.ghtilou'-, Bank "Linda", Richard Spi-nc r P ii
ent TIott.




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n : i : raa c ., 1 i,,t.,r 1. > i \! i" .-', !

.: -.- .-M r. f '. ". ,: ; .;i. ;- ', : ,, i the
P',; j i;.ud:. saiit i,.* ij:d ,or.]:, t!. r,--' a! ;he wi4.L of t',e
N, I ruu.]G.4 ti t *

nni-rous ira-i- conii.e'e d ith the industry.
Aboull wo iroeai ango ia colnlmiillr V'a piioe-t'l for by
Mr. Riichii, nd src.ndeid b hvi.oIlf, in the Hou:'
rf (V'r; to inquire inlo thle f..eieign bIounty
rfiies( ion. T;at. ('oniuiittee entered on its lThour q
in IS78, an.i acjin in 187!:. whtn thy tuidi-nly
ceased o'.in to hlb' .]isi:olutinri. He Lthn went oil
to say that France, Beoliiii- nmnd Holland, in 1S64,
ninnufactuired sugar froni b'''ruc-t in excs0 of that
which th,;"y could consumeii at h':'re. A!O the desire
of thone .*co'lr:tri-;i. En-gsit d enieii,:,l in',n a conven-
tiroin relative to ,ea.'i'ini their suger, but it. was
specially s tippnl, at the time that w,, sh?.uld re-
ceive it on fair ground* of',ioruepte ian waI1 ail the
world. Mr. C(olbden tont cr,.l p-ini in arranging
the details of Ihat toniv. nation. ''Lt. foreigni-ers were
told that they might put whatever duity on their
sugar they li[,.-.d, but that. !iiv ily it, was exported
to us such duty should h,. returne-l. The foreign-
ers, instead of acting Uil: ,o the convention, relain-
ed in the shape of boi)u'i v a lairpr sumn thiou they
bad in the shap-,of dut1y. :Si.'bh l,.' ing ' cet',
their manufacturers, hadla uei ,.r nilranltage than
they ought to have bad al-coidinii. to ii'e intIrriati-
onal arrang_.ment. 'i'bT re cp ll b," r-. douiiht l, ut
the trade declirting, for hen be wai flist thh-ir lernm-
ber, twelve .ears ago, tlihee WerIe l erty-thiee larngo
refineries in the boronghli; n,1w, 'o.'.wer, they were
gone to the dogs. If F, pne., B B.-iui), Gnrmaaiiy
and Holland, would not carcy out the views of
England \%ith respect tI i,)h 1I *mniii-s, hbey iust, be
told, uIles.s lhiy refined i:,, heii s-.ugai t\,id
not be admitted itIo ,truiii.slj iamtiui k He pronIis-
ed to do all that lay in his power (o r vive the de-
clininug sugar indiuslry o Ibis couni y,-L';itA ;
Jlercantile Gazellc, April 12.

FINING HIS SOVEREIGN --A yo'ur !-: n, a bank
clerk, when making up bi.< acc.otiris ,: day iound
be was short one sorereign. He was puzzled as tc.
what bad become of it, and reaied he mist have
paid it away 1,y mit-ake. I. this u ., i.i. may, he hadl
to make good the Iosp, and refund ihe coin to the
hank. One a igit, he demel iln chiuk of
his desk he eaw the sovereign. Ho looked there
next day, and found it in the very spot where he
had seen it in his dreat !-. Cirhaubcr8's Journal.
A YouNo (0Comr,':,ER, NWic.r.o.-An amusing mis-
take appears in a recent !iimnler or the Xeae Zti s-
chriftfur h.Isil, in the .anlor:ele,. that, a com.
ic opern, in oue al., Le Ieid.-z-vos rlourg,.oi'
by a young, named Nicolo, sa- ju-o been
produced in Paris with the grente.s success." As
a matter of fact. the woAk ,which was per.
formed in 1807, has juc t been revi:ed, and the
young con-pi,'ser," N ic(.!. ditd in 18.1 --Th',.


'II .i rc ~,Pro'prie~tor.

A N A I E' R.1(.; ~N

F~romn I t I!k'uw Bondl StreetLo~, in
4-rder: L~ii,[.t! 1. :(Il; at. aLi fl aigni. ell a'.l'pted
Nbr zin I ilni'js 111c, CM1nLeen, 01'an11 Hotel.

ASelf-ACtilYn i Trninu'.,L1 T PF:
eju Ic 1'w laly ull jp4 11,0n) W1--i~lt d, Z

lufornaion ijoll~ord.-d cnap~plication to thL-.
''Royal Gaz~ette" 11ee

For .'Uentl



''ract of t1o ,N!)



Ink-T l'OCCtIjiel 113'iA1u,.-l.OUI,%A i a 'TOC K eu
I"A iJR.J~I 0A'T,"
cotuairdwiTwe I~,lve I L Ies, inore (.I-1e..-,!,extt-i d -
iila fionv tll'v (11i. of aliiaiiiu I ia l ollt

A.J. I 101~). 1N2

C'i n be iiti ;t -4i'.iril (opui ( r .0 L'iit-, ie '.
*. i (-[JI.Gj~ l1V O Li3E 6. 1 :-,I.'-. i r M ,l
GA IL LO IV.1Y 1, Ii ':1 a Idtr. i N. t'i i la' tlu-
I -lla icr- ~4il.. 'y f (;n aida
v tr br- I I

(oeds hrwll I Id~


he' 1l ait ie u ''V"Al Gab It-' t Wii'

Black; k T AiP F,


I!a ck d 'uil I k

NT,.'..:~ ~; '.7 Pi 0(1 'liC Avenm11?. -t.t W ~ -

I. -1

L. Lii WA ft 11% 1resi-Lcnt MtN: ion;.l flank,

R.. t~.SEIVAE\1 C P"-, aIk Of"110111-0" Po-'

'Iliie flu aa-.tiet ci'inpanv Yof' Nevx orl, Aler-

R3 ,1 fic nugliter to -ill i'?;ponsibule 1Buisiuj11ess
[Ioiiie~s in our linc- inithi, ityl.
New M4r,~arch I11th, I S.31)

111 armwers and Others.-

11-' Un-In.-r.iiipd ispIco'.i redhlt o rc coi ve n
~ -hip, K:-verv po)0i tuuii~y, ioiiuet
of B!KR1N'14 J'. 'IiITC'12 to'
T~IMessr's. 9aaw'redI& Co.,
New York,
W110'hoWill --'cuutc I11,0 ldighe~t \!arkct rwvi..
Ilillijpt .'un,'Sales; and !'me~.guar-
w. r..1T J A IESP
l~ariho, Fbrury 1, ISO.42 Fro.nt Stret

1k S~un MuItualI Life-)

O)F 1MI INTTW',,%L. CA N .1DA.
I .-rol-3 crAcd Capital I i1a A.Iiilion 1ol iars.

1fHE IUndersii--iied has been ap-
poik ed CA"VN 1 V LAGF VN 'Ifor Ibis
fir~t clhu.Couniwirityin ll~ ~a;
~ife ~Frd3'-~u't~Olieic grautI, d at

RI- G () ZHAA.

PA tiCC to L'arultrls.

I sonual -attention In) Ow Coisi''uinmnt of Pro-
du(Ice ut ( -is.T.11.I. B C K &I L,4I5
N vad e .4t.. N 1 1. S
IA13 i h.ii S 11C fi n, I S 0 11 thalI 1 inve bken
Jlclr J.':~t'i wilh every Ouc ill !1trlu1da




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(hwvrh1idae Brios.,
Imsporting and FIorivardiniz g toi-
mlsslOi. njL'; e'rchanls,


1S7 I: -' vA I S T IlZ'2EvK
ConIsi('nuwici: 0' PE1 IiDUCF 1 d.,itrted for

*~: r'li xJ I.-Inl- tl

Th'Ie Unider~signed solicits conlsi,(rn-
,ments o/

Lii a..' 1V .. ? Um

dul inz lilt-H

31 Frout S, II.eet.

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4. I, *'.
I -

L~ .L~,

I Pi y J`TIT[si S, .:1., &c.
i'vo'ry description oof COLU)'" niad' .re.idy for

J. j E '. V \ N'.- nks thi-- oppiirttiiity to th:'.nl<
the Public in general for their liberal onroniuge
n'id will entleav,ti r (as in the past so in the
futiiure), to merit their continuedd favors.
14 Queen 'treect, liamilton,
F-h1inary 3, .

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared,
to Furnish


Iaily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in f'urni ily Street ioi ainy per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in) I! 1,ilton and Vicinity it
will lie lC'li er. I by Ca1 t, Il.;1ly- fi'om !abiiut 10
o'clock till noon--.o iuiniiiiing on 1st April.
T hel l .i.. i o e o r;inr.,y per '',ni l f',r 12 I,'
and iu'':ii>!a .
A en-ry lI,:,i,-nnv 'inner 12 lb-.
Itermuda, Artificial Iee C o 0 i|>i' 1 y,
flamilton, Maroh 2-1 th, 1879.

Robt. 0G. Lee & co.,(

.17ifd IA/S 8UR A .''Ci U r1 ill OKiEfP,-S

Ap ril 1 0, 1 S --0

Amy(sf s"OVulet Ill ig Ve'Clw
IN the way of Q,.,I-I l.'. .C(EI21 ITS, Lock "t

C II dSrl, &., t H, h's. 11i stock at

C. As. Whritter,
Watcmakz'.-, us, ) HAO:r en MI.

ffbsfor IfctaIe Cheap,
1ChI. 4--e'tIcCI 01 lof

(and Silver Platud'fWare,
1ui1 1 Vir c-.- ?. it!J i )t o 11.0 A fi (by
~.*ii' I;'. t.rt,) ample n*"l w to ''s

C.111 .1''
.4.n-. 1,h 0 i ~t.rIiI a~ft A r i Office.
l',r~ ~ ~~~~~~J 7ji~o ~ltbr xedr l~ ~' ~


IVY, kiiiou 1;`14 D~ EI~5N~XS


A Market Waoaon,
-neai Iv uieov.-App111y at 'H o;aJ Gazett"

Haminiltoni, lc..Q3 .;p-

Ast ',I

1) he I .tg~~.I( ~'. 1111ud I to I
jiiThj -11111 1 K 'P ate F

I lanit, 'ile !i.!?

For inn MAW, 9t l '-isv ha uAhie.

CO 1.0 N F.

M tI h I i1lL 'IJt-,, 'LU6' .uml (if r u fr-t-

am~s the :I; a I, trituiI ol,- amid iiumpari 4 ao
Mi 0U VIN L'~ P! 'R E 11I01 PE: GLITPRINt-
ALU~CIND1, LETTUCE, .4AL'AI, and otluei
W, Yiw Wbar- or i aIle
RI'1 IANAL' V'llNEITI'. VIDLEP, 1111111,
lot V, "LEAF loud :A.Ier rc,;JLETJ' POWDELRS. ii
hi'xi;:.'. ha ru-k aurd sw..i-ekel.
Mt IM.!EL'S .\ lU1)ENL'I N FE iclumj, w~huiteuu
an! l4:,vz-r%, ihe t.eth die mouth, ad

10' V 'I' f "Ii. P 0 a ,p w e to I.I.
I L P'~iC'--e ur tasaSHt* oi~ 1; 'iaiLiiui, aud 1 7

Mlay 27, 1079.

,i i',.' urr of all kinds of

Catrit,. -s built e oire.-ly for Bermuda when
Agent at Bermuda.
St pteitber 8, 1879.-12iu.

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Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Moderate.


fH E above W A T H ES for both
Ladies rnd (..ientlliiien aire kept constantly
on h ind hy the UIndersignedl : .ny ,rrade slove-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
iMamnit,.rtr's li-. price. Als,,, make to order
ani style of Cise wiith (''r-st, ,ionogram, S&e.,
eI a :r:w (l. .
ie, minber the Arneri.'n Wat,.h Ci. received
the Gold 'ie,' I at tlie late Parl, E' hih tiion.
Fr.t fr t. l !. il |(ii,
ic, 16, 1878.'

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\\'I ,"r .^lN* js:!>;i i!(.s A!,iZ< )N ', 'i s 'rueTc; \p ii 20, it .';0 p.-1-1.
W Y('Mt]rJ'A. -.,ii Tuesd:-v 'ik -vil 27, at 7 u.m.
N 1 ,; \ D '* .aiis T',; -_d.-,v .-.; 11 .,l. 1 'Z30 p.M .
W'IS,'ONSIN s1'ils To;: lv .'ni IS, at Nooin.
A II[ZONA sails t'I'esy lav !. a!' 25, at 6 a.m.
'VWYO''IN<' sails 'inuesdyv Jiune 1, at Nuon.
NEV 'I DA sails nTues'daly Ju'tin *, at. 5-30 a.m.
The above ateamer! .,re built expressly for
the Trrade, have five vwatertighlt bulkheads, and
carry experienced tice '., .urseons and Stew-
nrldes'es. 'ihe Saloon Accommodat ionsire tin-
sinirpassed 1.y any Atlantic r:teaniers, and the
State oomiu a, o jn iuainu deLck opening' into the
:,lor ,, L t e :' securing that great comfort in
t ueain travel, venlildiion and light.
Sinmoking ;'. .a, l;ath Rooj and Piano on
each ''teamner.
Th.- U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
rm[ud:,, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on liondays, and tPas-seiiers' aggage can he
traiilserred direct to the Liverp.,ol Steamer sail-
ig nex it day.
29 TPro;.!-Va", New York.
New York, March 25, I 0).

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coh.hrite I forr ne-.ily a ceuuInry pa;i, ik oflhbe very
best English manufacture. For its purity and great
exeeClinie it his obtained the following
LounoN, |IRGr>. PARIS, 1867. CoDnnVA, 18"27,
LIma., 187-2. PHILADELPHIA, 1876.
VIENsA, 1873.
Only Gold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

./tkinson's Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief.
White Ros,, Frangipanne, YlangYlang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
Tievol, Magnolia, Jauinin, Wood Vio-
let, (;old Medial Bouquet,
And all other odours of the finest quality only

d.tkinson's Florida Water
most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicest

Atkinsons's Quinine Hair Lotion
a very refreshing \\'ash which stimulates the skin
to a healilh action and promotes the growth of tie
A T K I N S 0 N S
Ethereal Essence of Lavender,
A\ powerful Pel fume distilled from the finest flowers
\Nid other specialities and general articles of Per.
f'i,.ery imay be obtained of all dealers throughout
the World, and Lf [lie Mlanufacturers
Z. & M!. ATKZ 1 O0 ,
CAITI[ON.-Mlessrs. j. & E. ATKIMNSN ,nanu-
facture their articles of one and the best quiilily only
I urchasers are caut ioied to avoid counterfeits by
obser\ ine that article is labelled with the Firm
I'rade .Mark,''a White Rose on a Golden Lyre"
prir;ted iii seven colours.
ES i'ABI.ISHED 1799.



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Received fi'om London
Via New York per S. S. Bermuda,"
, At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Language of FLOWERS
Hall's First French COU RSE
Collin's British HISTORY
Colenso's ARITHMI M T.'IC Key to DO.
Gleig's and Chambers BOOK-KEEPING
Clarionet REEDS Coloured INKS
S &e., &c., &c.
IIsm;uton, March 29, 1880.

For Sale,
A Fine Toned Upright

\'alnut-wood case, and made expressly to suit
the climate.
For terms, &ec., please apply at the "'* oyal
Gazetle" Office.
Haimilton, March 29, 1880.

L. .'.V (:'. M A Y, 1880.

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[Holy Thursday

1st after Ascension

New Kiloon 9 day 1 hour 59 minutes a.m.

every Tueoday by DON/ALD M'PHEIr: EE,
Printcr to the Queen's Most Excellent
,M .jesty,
Norti h.. e'..- ., o.....' R ed and Streets,
1l '..m," iltl,
wi:ere Bilnks, H-and-bills, &c., will be
1ji-ted at lthe shortest notice.-Agents,
at SI. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE &. SON, West End,
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