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: VID00019
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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MR. E.ToR,-ipnn -xariatioc-fteDcedu In repvlying' to yiour Letter in tie l:-,t Gauztlle I
Mn Er which tn--hur examination of theDaed tun. pre.umise that .oi-n id not ,d..ol an"Y innu._tice tow-
der which this C dhurh wa. ft.unded many are of ards t Rector of P-ni ;ok- DevotI hiro b
the oinion that it does not en:.y any nuthor comparing 1 il[h the forer e, :r.,r. I ,a
to the Leoislature to convert it into a Catfledia, known him .iu.e 1, first ennae to the C...yn, au. f
nor to deal with it as s-:h. The Dced after, giving hare ofen (,-,nv:._.d with lm freelk ze..c'tin'
all necessary instructions and dir-t..ios relating" his Paiochiil w.:rk, but I uLver haid lin coin-
its government a. to officers, pews, collectin-, and -hiI of the .:allne.s bf his ]t.,ry as an ein-
r i xits 0,,hpei of-l tpain I of thel i lltl ., ,f his, a ry ,. as nta f.--uttifa-
appropriati itsuud, .,s Chel of lent; but as alculatng the labor 1.efor -
which it was to1 'e- mai,, and to reminf, closes bvy a ,:epting the -llnun t.. of the livi,-" v-' u
ftiual claue authorizing tlhe Legislature to e fll awa that corning. here al pr-|
one exception, and that is to ma", it the Pari.-lh feet str, nLiothiu- short of lcl exp i-
Church of Pembroke," ann- thln follows the nee-.- euce could have enabld him to do it. In vy:.ur
sary consqueu-_es upon ll/ caiy,, vizt.,.fr .tI reia- doubts a., to the work of the o.-o Parishes Ihiv-
gilations inspecting the.-.ale or disposalof the sertis in iucreascd munu sin:-e hX tok the livings.
or pews therein, as may seem i to the Leg'i.-.tur-, without waiting for the ue':t .cusm-., I think if you
wiah authority to make any other enactinnt r(-- could count u the biliins e-etcted sint.e, Vyour!
Sit ctiug thle endowing, :.,upp ti g, in taii doubts would, sorn di...p.. t,d, as to tl,,- in iL-:*,V:.
aud governing tLe said C(iur-i iIts I',;,ste.s t of population. The rein.-ti,-.u in De-vou.hire- was
oncers." I'VLen all hadt "iilu previously :.taitli mostly iu lau._l., and I iri0k vkut .i will fii,.l up-a ex-
that was nees.ary re.'pcetiug it aq a (i' .ape- i, aninatioun th at tlIe fa ili .. k.],w ) .-t.- it i the hc-u-e.t
Ease'' then cn; es, up to the mind of the foud.r-, taken -y ',,..eL Cnt to0 fa.- i ,ter ],,i,..0
of the Chu h, the Mi .a of ii- ome d.y l(.7,i,_, riucip:ally in ]),vnshl .d Peh'biok..', ali, th.
the t Pari 'h -hurh' r" n i.h:y aulio, ize ,. it' you will ,, ,. t,,, atiu t the Ch r..
latn~.r'O- -to m ice s 14Wi .' nit f -.i t tI fz ,,i vt.v-a -11'-f
] UA etit to tink. i. h ,; he, t t o f ti. flh t r;,,.r Y ou. w ill 1:', r ,t.-, ", n: -v ta ltii0-
e fit to g iouv,:r it .. 'ci ,, !,,.nuet in ..-: i t I e ..t ,c d ,.ian i 'l i iut,, .. u i i'. i.c.l a.. :- i.' ':iilv 'iti i '- ,
aid 1'e itd orl l' t Uly l-.A w nolld a i .-eu ;'-f .. .121 i, llt i t ... thi t A!l '1i .-
.,,o ''e h.d,~ ,, : h ....- o ::. d to tl.,- tr,:,,.,,,- f,': r ,, ti' ,. h ut vl t i. lie
ritY re..pctctn;, it i s:ii Iy a. \.i li:i a i 1 t .- t .
el P ( Ease ar.1 ilo 1- ri I. (-iiii ,,c.' ith. l,-e n c ,oi nI.ih-.t t. I fi t l.-i.
siou is iue', it.,i.!e u .t .o ,. ,.- ,/ .ti' *.: .p. si- t, l L, o p it I .- ,..-
ed c aTld,-.t.r-l w i.:. -, u,. n i .- i, tl. ..:- :-iy.. ,' ti lt p.v,,,i.hi,',- i A .,,t t ht -ut i, l,, -,r..; .
for we had Bil:.ip.:,p r;;.o _.- u [I to -.- i th ,,..- i ;y l. I ,, tra m e I t h, I ,i lo ,t,- i.f l ,- lt.i ,L(..'t
u:,te, if th c- e .int we .e i i.n h '. it a;..i .-m f.t nU ,i-.a Ir it, i- ,',Ii '..- i *id tH..iat
IV if there l, :i .--i. pLi idea of It: '... -:-'.:-n> iug a it| s Lu l ; ,li ti a._ t ,it i,. ,i, "ruit ,' j
Ct: cthld ral te I ,c.n would have ih .,. t.i h d. : .- ',. .Y.,. A .ui~ lO;..:',:.....- :>'. n-_ ., l. i.'.-.-'
tiiuo t- herein -.*il: liniiv e -lo l H p iF- I n-!.:- de the wr ,i,,,-i- .-.ute -l,-,-.l i :: *-n .. u- 1 toI c iinrl -,i.tC
1 '1.th1 r Lt- d es a ot ;ia av nm u N ., in jt r p.ic-. s *il wi-Li- .v- o i-. !i- i.-iiin -. \I.
iL N o, lh ..reib t,.;1 :ii. p ir.-1p- t e.. t,_e : ..-. :s ,lr, ,, '. i ic+. ^ l., i o.. ,:.n r, ,n -,t, ,,r +.. .:.. :.
Ptho-ih r '. _r-i of a, 'r-'- "-.u- or t ilhei ` t.17r -ii- ,i ,1 1 (2 it -I., .it il .' -.- i I
a. :tlie th '.-1-il i .i-tn t ti n i _- A .-.. topi>- l r u,.i t,> c pe ipi' sii.f.:uir ;. for tie i-u ., ..i l '..
a.b th ehw is it c .,- .i nl t,-d t- + t.he,;ilt leh i i, ,.v iv t ln, s i: ..n th atlit t .-i ,ei s i .. f t,:l t 0. Li -
P ,'.hd a Ch.-n ."h ii "t. clnf n" t.. w-. the i ..,hote t,, anik.: r i. h. ii wh (. \, i-i .I .ti," it i t i ,:a i fP..:1 o.

it a Ck tihedral wt.e t hi roti-i :,nt thtat exteud,-l d,- t. iiv-e it .-,-i,i-. l [i .- vr ii :-:.i'ltfl ti :.l i.-.- I
cumeut of twelve clo-l,.y piint.d p't Ilp s the wioid -ri,,.., ~, e i,,i, iiI- t I,-- nit ,,-.t em to itil.-t-'
Cathedral does not app!-ear -.1ce N-Ti ,-'-ven in the P ,2..t':. or Srith'., anl I ait ',,u,'\\ i]-:t st ,i. -,
Act No. 1., 187. fira tce -fl- e 1u8i;-ear yotra d in. [u tiol ,, j,,i ti f,,r..iu0, .. i..:, .,..I : i
W-an t0] a word tohf a C'a tI- :drl:il.nuor is until ten it,/ea 4 t le-Ir I .t,., i -, i il:.-h t.l u Ii.t rPai .i s, l .. ic.. i
.Q/Ter ;a'.a: (I :,sT, when t1? i-.l:-a is -lp 1i upon Zu .s e L,.! [,- n. ? in t il ( .lo, ft'.r hi l. ki-,-t- .. jl
by thte \ whoo. -b .-l-ticitCed li-,h th ewhlodes, f u;tlfeuliie.s inll th e.-ii.nrg: o: f hlis d.tll il-, taLnI li'
wel-I a l,-.;n':" ,i e,-.rei 'e with thle Bi:,hop, anid after- i a','.elt;iliitv, a. P t-:,, r a, a i: ,' :- .,
axs tatuting .... t .e ri,, n.1, were o i .-s(i -' t i-, .- i. i .t ,i,- ,i i t, -, i .t I,. i lt.
ei" fcr 'gdttiug II:l -, tlit.-- t --etor froui L i it ii ti., au- it ther lire-'-i t. ,e tti--t, d t, i-i, i's I
1Y deei-ded upon .'. Ca h -c ..,l, \ i,- wi- s thw s tp' t t, o, 1 i..Iiutt.-- t :t in .'.',itii:>l in the .I(- ut -" l i i-. ,
be "il asible :.- a.. ;iau .ltern:,,i'.-ve, and er'-rig n" iny I ti o l.V ti 1 -.. t '- VI-t E 1. I riv -v i
ad -Iantagets," and tleiu tr. the firs-f 0 mo it we-. -n t li .k lv "'e iii r 1.I .-. .il tl,. i.i:,
brotu.ght 1f-n f lit.- P- ,1h :.-1 .s wh.r y tfrk II I at urt ,_' tle C'ie: Li! t Vheu o,:L ''A' v l l.i....
a(w r-.c- ,anti with i ia-L.a to~imo- ]y.v.!.1,pi p-i ed for it, .-' a,;-,.. n ,A with Z,- to ,-u.-.tilt auI l a,\- i,'1 v. 11n, ; i in
:-t : te.d .it wit,:t .: at -i e action is to o -ssibre tw- leai time n\ i: n 1-- rxn-i. i our litI.!- ,Ii,
.r-oun :-q ien:l-e-, 1 resc,:'i-.,,,:n ,, p Citlon the Leg- tli,-,11 hts s l to iviat will -.. anud i-.-,i i i-I .
Islature f-r a (at edral. -i yn m r readi ts ihaed b:e tie to a11 t, ti,-s. L
already iuformed,,vu wis u.liorted 1i Y-'r-vent' tn cu!t I'C1ft) LSS.
of eighty odd pewholders, and carried lu:y a riajo- Ii May ;th, 1] .
ity of 8 or t:i," 'whl.reo. a Wneasure of that imnp.-I tanc- --,a.-.- .... i
Orit- not to b- '.-arri...-l I eo'e [the- hh ort c' an al- .-r
mrost uiuauiroius vote, or at lt by thlee-f:urths t O i-
of tlhe Pewioldc--ers an the Parishioners. "'i y was
it th o .tep iu tatstep in diretio was taken durinu-r
Bishlop, Field's n of eri ofthirty-two yea-ns of faithful (II) -H r f
labours here ? If ever a iuau was entitled to it h,:e A U .
Swas the mau. who not oly proeuired the arc-hitert
for the building, but wEas himselt-f the architect i. 1 i 'hie U1,dersi. tie tIcS t, t
its success through lii. olltoutudo d interest. ii.- I.
unweariug exeitious in 'o:taiirinr fuuds, and his I -ii t0 tlitiCO
lil)-ral eoutributions. l'Veie theie no, asns,, for itj, K E R O S -j ,i. 1 S
or was it mere ,a-him If reason.,, nre they not h. .'" f.' ._ -
still in force ? Let us profit a little by the paiu- i i t
fill example of the Bishop's Citurchi in Ilhlif.x. GUOODU -\Vl. L d F I i ",F, S,
The Legislature has the power of course without As ,,' ,,,' stanc at N,,i. 3 &. 5 .Lu-, .,.l, t
any authority whatever being expressed in the -
Deed, toact, in this matter as they may see fit, but I or lurtli.," :ir'il.ii ;,pplf to the I,,[i-i. .
they always pay due r:g-ard to what i ri.-sht, auni si.'].i iti'Jfi iicly.
due respect to Wills and Deeds, and the Del d inu A pl I" nN.. K
this case contains the will of the founders of the A F. 1 0l I N _0 i
Church, and they will look well to it before makiune [t Htaiilt 11, i. -litl [ .'5."
auy new enactment. To preserve peace and hliar- -t ~ -, .. --. a
mouy iu the Parish ,he- two hurche .t liee e q : "
united iu intere.,ts, or there will lie perpetual jar- aloh....i i k..... J
riug. If TIinitV be an indeple-ndent ehmur.-ih under
a Bishop and 1iis Curate, iltrui-sioons tiloue tEe-etor 's 7' I
parochial right. a, e aliM ost Tu7av-,i, tle ill ." ..'...'." ..
iuevittebly reep in ocr' after another, ,.anAi o 'cu I -' r -' I
flier ria ui ,pleas"ntness,, and onc, e ffi-r,, urs l U N r. !''. 1 FJ i ., 1 ', ,:
and couveited into a Ciatlai:al wte :.n never ghet 'u', j; ,rr.' o '
it back, howev-er nch v.'e may rol.-ui c:ft it. Them, ,- [r
fore it appear' to man ,.at as.. tic e ,tir tos ba- : -"- r" &,.--l ,.- h r -_ s
wade the best wy to a put tn end to all .disa'ree- J! t--a :. .- -..,.: t
ableness for the itret is to take th lese of the [50 b er ei's. :
people npou applying at once to tfhe fLe i.u re to
establish it as t:h, l.h h iu "acrdane J iin Tnit.neh [e.l J-u, uA: I ... & (":.
with the terms to'f th,' Deed, antid mak-e St. tJoli' a !ar,. i, lt,,,, ,"av -, i.J.e,
Chapel of Ease, inrohrin?: only a ,'h.auge in name ... .. .. .. ... .... .
and status, without :,ftecting tChe ,,c:.-.pai'ey of pews '-^ j m' ? ". -
or the ,-r'ice.s, thiat may continue as tha.atr-c. The I'e-Sli|' fl C i .e K? Ii liii i ir 1
alternate iesvica:' woud_ be with Trinity ait now .. ,
uwi th te aid of a Cm ate o o otfer a tiuieoteri, ocf course "- j" 7 -. -- 1i
I should stalipos..o it would be a 'rceat iinproeiem.-nt -". -i upi-.riiil', i.i [ l ;i i ia-r j \ i
instead of the 4 o'clock servi,.-e in Trinity to lave ti(,nt I', r t!'.,. f iil,. i ,'t!t:;:;!a 'rc th-y rrI'o !.,- i
that iu the Schotcl- oom for the l:enefit of the :hil- tc,:,'k- .,-,i'arr.d I,.,,, ,ad] bc-g.. !,, i;.( i I'i,: ,i, i i,
dren, of c-our.e not cxcludin4 h:ai~ents or other tida .le.' ha renovc.,,f bet plah e ol ii.-,I:.t to: I
adults deliriu2 to lie l'ei-:1it. Thi'e f,.w persons te ,t-i ti. S titer
ou ,side the holding pc-ws in Tr inity .should
have secured t,) ,hofi the h i. iht to di';-isc "of their 'JlC h iiotoo raii U alien' of Al if
pews to friends in the I'arish, wherc.y they may in- C I
M-.ire the aceonimodation of attending service there n, (1gal),

if they so elect. The number, not exceeding I be-. North-E.'u,,t Coiuer ..I' C'urch i aL d 13uli ,,iiy
lieve six, might be made an exception i the Art Streit s, iv herc all On!,etv \iill be thai:Inkully
providing the change. relceivred .t1,d aiitl'v -i'ttcwtle I t'.

Iu eonclusiou I would! say t1t u4 aill diichar 'e I AT N Je i.- i
our duties a:s FAuTHFt r TI'L U TJT.EES. ., r t t : 1 .,...
M avy I4th, 1SS0. :!ir..- t ,utuic-.
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[Ja iillon, 26 1i i A i .ii, .1-'14 i

;/way 'nimclng Y}'
j \ e w ', of '.,1,1 i ',: \ i i '' L.' .t
c l I i iI...r I. I ( I<, S le ,'e I T -
TO'r'.H, I H .-.-, R.P !, > P1 \S., Ir i N ,
S \ ; .i.-, "; ., ( iiC .i 1. )':1 -. ;I .:is S t k .,
!pre-+enl i.s ,-'.1,,i -i'.t!y ;ttracti\ e,- 4--

liaouti I have a .ngageJ m s'?. f to .1'ille de(
lHeu'iale, and nuw I dinI't feel like mnar vinug at nil.
W'h; shall I ido Arthm : The:ie is fau aiy
way to ireak wiLh thorn. The lEau ales a:e Con-' it e-, 1 h-liei e "' Raoul: I Yes horibyi so !"
Arthur: "Well, the nexL tin you visit there,
simply sit down 1to the piaino an] plIv,- the Mar-

)11 F1JC
s il. se.' "i

'O S IPFK ".i[rS oF P{OnI)UCe.

1 111:1 I, o ,
Y .i
4 .'-'-' t',() 1& '-)Ij
)[ 1'' ,* ,_ 'i ',t l.f.-ur, 'c3,v l ,' I ,
.N h 1 v ifa nl.. [I. that i

iam illloI,
^'ii, t.tki chl ,r'o of.- il ', ,ur' :- .l l ..i r i C o',..i n-
nieits ,, th ,t drin.
". o- I -o ., lth Ap! il, 18S0.

To Farmers and Slhippfrs of
.... d: .: *n-' 'h

e. \VttN(: Ir'.,] -,-v. al yea. 'i.'n..-, ;n this
i ne of lUn-i,!v ;, I i. .-.on i ., ,:f ini ue in
tie.- nei .Liirin. ; l- if c Crop &f In, :ia l
r efr..rti!!y s,_,heit ..... v ., i niet!ii. .r yOU nuly.
f i 1 'ittt l t, tl. i.' ,, i,. '. t. f ili Ei e' ,u v,.i r to
r,..:c.lz ,,e !f.zh,:.-t I nihirk. j li -,e re u'i- Sa[les
andi l ita :ii .s' pil .

O f -lamilton, lermuniin,
"'ill uit I l .en i ;t i t '- i .'ig .', ]J i ,oiuc ii :I ll coL -
si mr.r s t', in- ., ; I w :1 t ,i' n i i,rn ati
necessary for benef-it. of Shippers.
I reiii' aiji, yo rl'., ce.'
31. '. JUI).!E,,
y x *. (.., O -o :.o P f. ,
& 1:3 \' ,.. y treft,
N\ewv York.
Airi !:?, JS.. I'). --i

Just Theice d per S. S. Bi'ermuda.
_.,' i \ xj \
J [J !.L i'' \N :s, t,, se.t 1 i .ex' ,is
" l':,'!.; Pl- Ei :TONS, to sat 2 I't-rens
3 io DU i_ ;: s


il e H1orses


liiporet i Li oo( I Hor se C()UN'I',"
.. ie, by !g li'ii Bt od Horse .:a,-bi ."

Fine Selection of H.I iRN FSS ES,
\Vi P!:-, &e.
Retid Street.
lia:.1 ilt-n, April :13, ISS0.
The nitumber of p1)s:,iir.s kill.-i in accidents on
th- raili'at Prf i'ru:-i: iaiu I1778 nas N 1-2 'wile 46 \wa-.
the nuimuhce o the injurei-. ThJe c.,-we in 8i o thb
fatal :-.r in 6 ,1-f iO,- L:,i_:i-iatall asnes wv n i: imiprud-
e-. or' i'cilt ,of t '.ii ,.:! i, tl,' part ,i [ thi.? victim s
i -.suaib'erers theni elvu-s in ,.ntseriii,; o:i' aligh!na s fnA ml
thi carrkianui -. Thi? deallis w\e're ,inll 1 in l .v'!'ly 9 ,
mlilli',.n palo i.ei ,:i. '-r!-, hael ihe c s's 4-,I t i 'nj -ry only ,.ie
ill e-ery a- i illiiiin'ers. li'h i result slouws
all imu ro'in'M ut in t'regl id to t ie s. fety of trav-ilin-.1- u
Prussian uin'.

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F .^_._,'e, .-iS O l.r.';,

\,'0 ON !1. Nl),
rl [,: ." L..1 V7m,:',. i'ti, P'.ities

li l.." '. .
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-. ''1'w ^ & Co.
F. I). S. NASH,
:31 Front trieet.

Ap ill Ihh, 1680.


7- 1

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To (azrmers and (0lhers.

'i l I' n ,I r-ni,. i i, p i,-te, lc to receiveanrid
'- ipl, !i ever,;- ,,l.po. ta.i'y, I on.signmi'nti
of B i'il l_~ l'I li .i. I i,,
ry n. B 0'5'i & Co,
:: ..i'Il \ L I'r;", F I'l',
V v va I 1 c 'l 00,
New York,
\V hio w i!l s.:. ,,. +,e i ,i,ij ie'l "'.!: i,-.t tares.
I'r,,in i, \ce.,.r u :'.' .;! itlm ents g;u.xr-
o rates.

V. IT. J \M ES,
42 Pront Street.
i i ,il on I iry 10, I i.

( 1 r riker Co.
:2y.r+ rn. -D .:++.:
z Pa ,f I, ,, S.. '. a 1 I" ,. J
N.,:-. ", 5 ,: [ ,,'.,'I- *" A \ c, ,,- \V'est W ash-
i,,i -,, t ,. ', vw \'o:k.
C',-i ,', .1 I', L'!- iai i'a Pro ioce. Consign-

';eII, r6-,a hy rn

IF r,- M :t tI, f amilton.
!iii rc_ t;'i Es
11. ,L lriow r., I',,. .ia'.,t Nation-il Bank,
1 tstte -,2 i, .;' \o Vo k.
\V. .P S \.,., 'a -i,i. r, 1r:knk of .lonror, Ro-

Thie P:'r- -tri .Y. ('.. i n,. cf N,. o'rk, .Mer-

RefI I lu t, t1.' ..II re-pont silie business
I o' i i ll i ; !. I v .

''ii,, a-e that a knowledge of English is
si'nici.r n-,st Ih.- Iru'le-imen of Paris. A
pa;.ry. .... i.n ,'i- C' r.:-mn Ely-,: has the following
inser!ipion o:1 li.- win i.-.-** D- inners seat bout."
.\ c. n rc7iui:..1 of a i' ihilari-l towri, n;ut a scholar,
heard : rival, U ,uriingI a mieli.;,i of the council. ute
ithe ,i..i "'ni ...ih.lquI.r .'" t ahi '" be exclaimed.
-" He diit'! kr-:..v wi :t .': .liir.g about ; ho means

7/,' .un 'I thai Life
I 'nsuIraice ('onizan y,
.''*' i T ; it ., U CAN ll A.
Ft,1 is.T i. d ,a pir'sa i la;' a;a M million l )oll:uis.

rf F'.2 L 1er82si ne l as1 been ap-
oint.- ; N.' \ \(;':N'I' for this
tir-t ,.I - ... ,' y ,:," i, th,: .- Il: nl:-n! i,.
.it '. ,,,,i i ,.'i ,..'. : !..- : i .i s g rai, ted at
I \.: A r ,l:; I ,., il-i' ij'Ce 'vith peifeet security.
II. GO !. HA M.
arc'i f '0, .-- .In

Cook Wanted
lv a I". nil,', t-; !i;,,z in tht' T .,-,a of Ilanillon.
i.\ I-; i!t R ,,P I i .- ili
May 3r',! l ).

I r (I 1,
A Fine 'TonIed Upright
-";y "r i, ,'-'." g j' q i*"
\\'(rnut .-w .. .l->;, ::,. i ;. !- pressly to suit
lie 'li .i ..
For ':, : n-, &c., .-o;. ,' at ihe '" Royal
(;Ua/ tl,'" Oi.t:,-
Ht um ilt i r i '2 i i-2i.
A c l IVly (t n, o-i ,f n !. I.'I l.:,- pressing him to
comply t, IPI H '.j- -. w ..h '- "ch I i l long stood
over, the I,;la" tdr.U'.; ii t.'c .'lI 1y, adding that he
wonuh li ive hi-? .v,-,r, c -,' ,.,r--nn ay, his written
bond-to bar'.v ti-.' i thi..' .]r,- b-ifore a certain day.
" Your wo.rt e'u i.;-,-'r.'l 11, t.:iant. I''a weel
kenntiel that iL i ri0 :., itt! i' i.;d; aand, as for
your ritii tina t.,-'ly can lead it."
Old ladly to a;xide'mivni. You can eee for
yourself, man. You f inly stutfel my poor parrot
in the .,,mm.r2-, a-.1 i'i .' are his feathers tumbling
out before vour tWs." '[': x]ermist : Lor' bless
ye, 'm, t' iit t's rha tiilualal o' I 'a, art. We stuff 'erm
that, n!aturnrild ti.-a -Ly aouifs in their proper
season ."

t-1SW [., gP Entries
^ N SA 1.' :ii !l c '" iy.,ii (;az r-te" Station-
cry :- ;i'r at the f','lo\.iti!, i,.,es :
100 "eti r-:c-f i. S. mall Ditto 4/2
57i 5 2/6
-i -. ; ;" 9d.
(; +. "' 5d.
11 -,1. Id.


;.6m' ;Ii. Liihit. Station n( Bermuda, between the
"l nil 9:hi May, I :,: height ahove the sea wlhi,-
S- ^r.,.'ider kept, bemin 240 tet.,

N o.'- =


3 E
4 E
5 SE
6 sPB
7 sw
x N
9 rUsr

4 C-6i
4 6S-
5 701)
;5 -'r,
2 69
1 74
4 17:1.

-ii -

65 30-160
66 30-190
(7 30-130
69 29-970
71 30-020
71 30"070

General Remarks.

Fine weather
Hazy, show for rain
Unsettled, very little
Fine weather [rain


Hamilton J ay 11, 1880.

May 4-Steamer Muriel, Gilfoil, New York; assorted
cargo.-Aguntq. Trott & Cox.
5-sCehr. Speedwell. Whitten, New York ; assorted car-
go to F. D. S. Nash.
8-S. S. Hallmshire, Sanderson, Antwerp ; 1,6H00 ione
iron rails, called for coal.-Agents, J. T. Darrell &
10-Sch. Lizzie Matheson. McKay, Now York ; a
ed cargo to F. D,. Nasqh.
Schr. H. B. Griffin, McKinney, New York assort-d
cargo to S. S. Ingham.
Mail Steamer Bernmuda. Wilson, New York; as:-.)-d
cargo,-Agenta, Trott & Co:.
May 5-Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt, Young, New York; ',2
bis. potatoes, 4,539 boxes onions, 8 boxes beets, 1.1,
boxes and 2 crates tomatoes, I box potatoe.i.
6-Steamer Muriel, Gilfoil, New York; 1612 ai i.
potatoes, 20,497 boxes onions, 10.091 boxes and
42 crates tomatoes, 43 boxes beets.
8-S. S. Hallmshire, Sanderson, Galveston ; iunwamd
cargo iron rails.
In the Mail Steamer Berv i'd yesterday from New
York :-Messrs. R. P. Atkins & Son, and P. O'Neili.
In the Steamer luride on Friday morning hst,
for New York :-Mrs. T. J. Lightbourn. Mrs. Wal-
ters. M-hs. and Mi.s CLamberlain, Misses Esther C.
and Ewily E. T'ri.uii.,ham, ,lr. and Mri. F. G. Ham-
ley, MAr. and Mr-i. J. S, Erwart, Sir. and Mir:;. Coburn,
Messrs. G. P. Lewl ivy. J. W. Snimh, W. J. Clark,
Jr.. Arthur Le Febre, .. P. Sheri,'an. E. Garmon,
'rhomas Key, Captain .J.hndton .-SrtLEF..t-i, L'aniel
Grant., Henry Curtis.
in (lh H. A. Pi fur Neu, York :-Mis Young.

The English Yachit Al'ellda, owned by F. W'.
Earle, E.sqr., arrived at the Quarautine .Station,
West End, ou the Cth in-.tant, in 110 days from
Nas.sau. Although .h,' brought a ,,an bill ot
henith, the fact was known here that yellow fev-'r
prevailed at Nass.u, and that among other death;
was thr.t of the wife of the Bishop of that Diocese.
Mr. E-qre aiimself state.? that yellow fever ii'.l ex.
ist at ?N'a H: wv.s tbhre. buit 21 Lours.
Tuo He alth O(fiie:r for the WVest End, Di. But-
telfield, at ,Umee placed the vessel under quarantine
of observation, anud on the following day sent her
to, the Quiarantine Station at St. George's, where
9ho could with more facility obtain water and such
other supplies as she needed.

The Soliray, (Steamer), for Bermuda and Nassau,
and thelo J"te, for Bermnud, werc up at. London on 24th
ult., both to leave on 28th.
The 'ordJeap rnd Ori,,a were up at Cardiff for Ber-
muda, on '24th ultimnio.
Schr. St. linceujd, cleared at Halifax, on 1st inst.,
for aermuda.
The U S. Ship A.l'i.mce, has been ordered to the
Newfounilhnd fishing Barjks to guard the interests of
american fishermen.
Th.t Steamer Caspian. was severely injured whilst
ashore at St. Johns Nfld.
The steamer Pol,.iesian, from England, passed
Fall Point on 3"th Api il. the first vessel arriving in the
St. Lawrence from sea this season.

The cargo of produce taken by the Steamer .Mevrial
on Friday was the largest ever sent from these
Islands. The quantity exported up to the departure
of that vessel exceeded'the entire crop of 170.

The arqe Erque a iza ais. Capain Hollis, arrived at
St. Geor-'e 3 on Sundiy lijstr in 5 days from New
York, with a full cargo of cattle in good order.

HI. U. mlt. ,ortha7Mion, Cal.tain Fi-ihe. berinb thli.
Flag of Vice-Admiral Zir F. Ler.pol. ".Ic'&Alin',.ck, K..,
F.};.:., will, we understand. leave this morning tor
Halifitx. The scallant Adiahlal will bt- ace., mpanied 1,y
Ladty _cCllintock and t'hvr children, and iso Dun>lop.

HT. M S. B,,ccl,,a',l Captain Lord C(harles Scott,
with the Princes Edward saud Georg.. which left her;
on the 12th April. for England, arrived at Spithead
on the 2nd inst., all well. The Englis.'h papers say
that. Prince George has decided to adopt the naval
services a a ,profession.
H. M. S. Griffon, Commander Boardrianr, arrived on
Sundsv last from Barbado.s. We understand that. the
Griffo; returns to Barbados after completing with
H. M. S. Plane Captain Knowles, left on the 5th
inst., on a cruise, thenceto Halifax
H. 31. Cotes, Lt.-Commander Moveey, left on
the 6th, anid H. M. Shins Druid, Capt. Kennedy, and
Flmin,,go, Capt. Hall, i the 7sth, all for Newfoundlnnd.
B. M. S. TI,,eii.,, Commander Grentell, has been
oommiUaioned a: Uevancport, for service <.n the Nortlih
American and .wes I .di Stat:io.
H. M. $. "ATA.LAN'r."-LiL M. despatch boat ,aL -
ni':, which ace,<.\taried the channel squadron, to tt i
As-'r.e. it.: .at'l ofthti trining-ship Ataln ta, arrive
otT ho I Ir.-.i <., t, ocn the 3rd inst. .She brouL.t. no
:e'.'. o c th mie ..r. ve scl. ?.', are corry to o!.bserve.
th .4 th :i -'veF .l n,.<-" o; h~r havi :i beep. f,-ll;.a ir

7, !. ', i v.S , .,'i vt, a u tr !".

.'. A= wve were unable to forward copies of our
:.'ra s!ip of 1Tu,1uaay last to all our sub.-cribers,
we ihave placed the news therein contained on the
last page af pur t..:-day's i._sue for easy reference,
spainlly as regard- the list of members ot the
new Ministry.

A W A;TON OUTRAGE was committed in Pem-
Lr,.k,, Cl:.-','.y ,i. pr:jbably on ':hur-rlny night
IP.-L iu -..? " ,-' f i:.l :.-nii.l T ,e-t. Th.-
Cij< i.'.2. i-. r ..:: -'y -en .- pair fi tl t tLo finer
,.*L :L ..' '_ [I,': r.: ti':-s U .. i ei :.c-e d to whose
i c r" r '.l t ,'y ,t a ,'"t I'; ,: ',ich (tvery w il-
thu'-:iL. pr.-'n1 in: the ,;.mu-iili Liui.t condcain
in n.- iu;sured t.-'.s. We trust that d.iligent ru-
quiri-s iaIy ini',%. tb. oilt.1hler to justice.
Two adv-ri-!i.-its one ficm the ;Iolt.ial Se-
.-,e-rt-y an.Ld anol irv rom ti', CIhurch W .der.-i of
Pembi oke Parish, otiring rewards for the couvic.
tion of the offender or offenders, appear elsewhere
in this issue.

Oin A'.on:-i,> .I;;v at Ev-nuing Prayer in Tri:itv
('hurLi, -;i. Lor.ds.hiip pr-ache] from Colossi-in4.
iii-2--" !'t your n tte.tion' .on thingss nbo-e, not -..n
t'iili-.a on e .:-.rtih.
t', all ivaut t,, .. ,liawvn a little higher, a gra-
dju i .i- insion ., what will .:uhc-pe to well
btin-. It. i u,-,t n,.:-riut that. we n,'i;t c.-rry our af-
feeti.-ns 1,y-ond the sphei a of our pri-s'ut,
and morrose aud liss:tirfi,-i, with our sir-
roundingtl Theie is of -na.*ssitva -,innei-ti',.n e-
tweeu n the world whic11h now is andl that whi, -l i- t,:,
,om,. The idea is that we are to s,.lhe-t what is ,
hlih and uolile and honourable among the thiugs-
of farth, sifting out the dross, and makilue-, all that
is 1peautiful in this matetiol world so manny .topi4 in
the la!dd:r, cvor reacLiug up higher anid higher.
One of th- benefits of (Christ's A.s-eusion is, that v.w
can tl), upward to him. Look to Christ. arnd HIe
will draw you as a magnet. In the life of Chrixst
you have the Nativity and the Ascons-ion asl the
lower and upper steps. And let this elevation of
soul be a steady regular thing, not an impulsive
bound without any SETTLED aimr or purpose. Look
up through the things of eaith as a regular thin,',
lot there be some ambition in your religious life.
Don't be satisfied to go on without doing soine-
thing better, go in for a progressive improvement
whiCh will lead you to a holier state. Let inter-
ce,:-iUn and praise form a larger portion of your
prayers. Let, there reside in your prayers and in
your life more living reality, let the spirit of devo-
tion override the mere form. Look up. Strive to
do something more for GOD than you hive bce:-n
doing. und work so, that when you depart your ab-
sei.Ce 1l.:-re maov be felt as n bliank in tho Church.
Let Toi:r charities. he, mnir, wi,-e.spreadm, more sys-
t-*rnati.:-. VWho iQ this that ,ormeth up from their
wil-.rnies. i, lanini uipon'i her beloved. in the ex-
nuii~-. l,''iV-Iu','Oe ,'f 'Soloon. ho, i.: it you, bound
,:1 f:-,-m th- v. i o4f this world to the Garde-n
.4t G,:. .* ("-Dneilly let your lif. evidence your
covi,, rti.i-, thai your affections are sfet love the
.:rrve-liulu lines of e.'rth, \n'l that they res.tou
(hri-t, Kis.s th Son L t. 'e be angryy" for remeni-
lher lHe- is n jealous GOD.
Hi Lcad.lip luinc-hed at t:,e Admiralty Ho.?r,
Clarena':-e ill, o' Friday last, with Vice Admiral .,i.,
Frans Leopold McClintock, F.R.S., and Lad"
M'eCliuioc-k, whence he emnlarked on board H...S.
Dradl, which sailed same afterncoou fo, St. John's,

On Wednesday last, the 5th instant, a special
rac-ting of the Pew-rcnter, was h,?ld in the School-
room to receive the Rector's reply to the proposed
Petition to the Legislature to alter the status of

Trinity Church-the Hou. Harvey Darrell,
C.MU G, in the Chair. The Rector declines to be-
come i. party to the Petition, objecting- to his veto
on Trirtiy Church services being limited to the
times that services are at'present held in the Parish
Chu ch, anr, to the freedom of sen ices, irrespective
of tPe Parish Church, after his incumbency. He
eianwn a'-ree to cancel the rights reserve ,l to the of P. broke under the Deed, and:] is will-
ing to bile by the judgment of the- Pi.,orp. as far
as e i- pr-?rs.nallv concerned, as regards tlhr-ir' ii-ht
of o.',iiinimlily officiating in Trinity Church. The
Riet:. -r -rd the vatheh vcai-v in the Bishop, icLa a.. a
good rea~.-'n why the post of MiNiister of Tririty
Chu:-i hLa.s not b:-n filled, and that. fur mre thlr
tw-elve montIs, iu view (-'- .A i.-hp hI-i .ir, ,int-
ed, he has taken, as deired, no further stoe,'- to fill1
the vacancy. The change which the R--;o, d-eemes
expedient is to bring Trinity Church MioL.I ENI-
Thle following Resolutions were passed and the
meeting adjourned sine die ;-
1.-Resolved, that this Meeting learns with regret
that the Rev. Mr. James cannot coueur with tho
Pewholders in petitioning the Legisiature to
give effect to the proposed change in the con-ti-
tution of Trinity Church: and in view of this
circumstance it is deemed inexpedient to proceed
further with the Petition at present.
2.-That the draft Petition to the Lepgislatuie, to-
gether with the Resolutions submitting it to the
Rector, and the Rector's reply thereto, ard the
proceedings of this Meeting, be printed and cir-
culated among the Pew-renters.
3.-That a copy of the two Resolutions passed at
this day's meeting be forwarded by the Chapel
Wardens to His Lordship the Bishop, in order
that His Lordship may take .such steps in filling
the present vacancy as may be deemed by His
Lordship most expedient.
4.-That a copy of the first Resolution adopted this
day be forwarded to tho Rector of Pembrokle

To the Editor of the Royal G,, .tte.
Sm,-Pleaso grant me space in your valuable.
Gazette for the following:-
The Roman Catholics of Bermuda having pur-
chased a piece of ground for a Ctmetery, aind not
Lhaviun- funds enough to build a wall around it, I
u.ndertook to take up a collection from my friends
in Hamilton inlA elsewhere, for that purpose ,; .r
wbiiLh I nYive a list of the following subscribers :

Rec-d. from the
Revd. Jame'
Eellord .30 19 9
H. E. Sir R. M..
Laffar, 10 0 0
The Hon. G. S.
Tui.-ker .5 0 0
The Hon. Eugs.
Harvey 6 0 0
W, Cox 2 10 0
J. A. Conyers 1 10 0
A Fri-ud n 10 0
A Friend 0 10 0
J. Barritt 0 10 0
D. McVicar 0 5 0

iG. Styles
Mrs. Styles
A Friend
F. Paintin
A Fiien-I
W. H. Hiughe:
F. W. Vossme
D. M''Phec Le
R. D. D-arrell
J. T'. Darrell
B. W. Walkl
& Co.
H. Darrell

The following is au nacouut of the Il
Exp-nditure of the Cemetery Wall.
For B'uilding Cemetery Wall ......
Carting Stone, &c.................
Lariug out Road.................

[oLm-,i,- ;,s per sub'."iiption........

d b h i m e-.. -....................

,'.-' ,'-.y ': -Gov':?ru ,i. an i ad i y Lhc ': g,'.ti
:; i 'r- at.,1 "eaerouG ly subhs-ribc-d t,- the;
I :.a-e been in Bevinum.a for ri ab't. ',7
in all ::V i 'ali.i's, whi'.h have I. ren vel.
always ijnd the Berimudimn gntl-m-n c
libe-ral and strictly houest iu all th, it de.-
ine during that time, aui if iU -. iu-
that I shotdl1 .pend my last day; Iu unit
try my last words will be as our beloved
Reid said, Bermuda aud the people the
I mu1t now return my sincere thanks t
cers c.f ;'.o' 1 n.'.:--m!:'ri' t DT n .-a :, t '
giutecls, ,l --', i] l y, an-I TIr:.J'.r)
th,- ,v\' :, -ia'r,- b.1 L : ir.o- te.',,-i :' ,
their kin-l'! p:ti-ouagre .an.d lileitai, ')
they ,iLl ,1 'o 1 :-1e l!- ,: I,,.
Et, (G'.,'Ce.-> n:':,iar on.i Lo.ine':;; Pt ias P

1Fr.r:TA..-b' ti,,? c-ommuticati-.61 ofP
ma'-er" iu our last issue in the 34th liu
foot read motives for natures; and in
from foot, thoughtless for thoughtless.

1 0 0

"NORT _i .II'TON."
On Monday nfteruoou, the 3rd of May, Captain
Fisher and Offi,,:rs entertaiurd a very numerous
gathrincrof their fri.dl-i with a danceon board their
gallant ship. A sheain laiinlch, with a conumodlious
b.itrge in iow, iad bc-.-n sent by the thoughtful (our-'-
tc.-y of their hosts and started punctually at half-
1.a-t two front the Yacht Club lauding, to convey
tihr guests to th,-ir destination. A- pleasant sail
past Agra's Island an, across the Great Souud was
without doubt an additi.',nal pleasure to many, and
all arrived alon-gide the unaguificent vessel iu the
no.-t. buoyant spirits. Nothing could excel the
p)rfl.-tion with which every arrangement had been
made for the cohif.rt, convenience and pleasure cof
the guests An aw-iing spread over the after part
i..f the deck protected the compl)any from the west-
ern rays -,of the d,:-ciiuing sun ; flags tastefully fes-
iooLed alonir her bulwarks, r.i.-led their fray and
varie.I colours to an already brilliant -eene ; sedue.-
tive seats, softly cushioned an:] gay with bunting
of many a color, invited the heated dancers to
snatch a brief moment of rest ere they agaiu
plunged amid the giddy circles of the mazy waltz.
Shortly before four o'clu,.k the Admiral's pinnace,
with Sir Leopold and Lady McClintock and Miss
Dunlop, aeeompanied by Lady Laffan, with Lieuts.
Van Koughnet and Carpenter, came l.-,ngside, and
the Admiral was reei-ived on board his Flagship with
the full naval honors customary on such occasions,
the guard, drawn up to receive him performing the
c'eneral salute, while the band played an appro-
pli ate air. (apt.ain Fisher and his Officers were
most rssi.luous in tflhir attentions throughout the
afternoon, and doa:.i suc-ceeded dance in delightful
tu-.-,essiou. The floiir, if such a term can be ap-
plied to the dec-ik ,of a man-uf-war, was everyLhiug
that -ouldl be desire.1, whilst the choice selection of
iauce miustic, played inu ex--ellpunt time and taste by
the fine band c-f the ship, afforded an additional
charm to a most, delightful reunion.
The refreshments were served on the maiu deck,
and weie choice and vailed. A!l those who are
in the halbit of attendiuez gatherings of a festive
nature are well aware of the rapidity with which
time flies when
: .... .... Youth anl pleasure meet
To chase the g,,lowiug hours with flying feet."
Nor ws this oce.asion auny e.-eption to the rule;
half-p .ix .:marie all too s!:'onU: the last waltz was
danced, the last parting word was taid, and the
guests, n fishing their hospitable eutertaiuers a plea.
.ant voyage during their approaching trip north-
w'ards, leave for hom, e with a thorough coni:cious-
nes? of having s -pent a mnrt. crjoyable time,

New York Mark,:t, May (:.
Onions ................. ..... $1 50
Tomatoes ......................... o.1u to SO.

'War. OFFicE, April. li.-I-Ti Foor.-Lieut. A.
J. C. Ward., from the Antrim Militia, to be 2nd
Lieut., vice Cartwright, promoted. 2nd Lient. E.
E. B. Oldfiel., from the Dorset Militia, to Ibe 2nd
Licut., vice Buiny, transfe:rretd to the 66th Foot.
Capt. Phayre renmainis with the l.t Battalion ou
'',;r'a FOOT.-Lieut. C. J. Pandolph, from the
2'nj W.,-,t York Militia, to be 2nd Lieut.., vir-e
nmiih, tr-ansferr.,d to the SIst Foot.
S7T'r FLISILEEUS.---The Ldih Timnes say :--" Co
't.on, a plul,-l.ase officer who rose from the
rank ,f to the command of his regiment in
leos, th'an 13 years, i.- about to vacate the command,
having- been offered a staff appointment.

0-17 17
0-0-2 18
0.00 19
0'00 20
0-00 21
0-00 22
0-00 23

0 00 *2G
0-'2 27
0 0) 28
0.0! 2,9
0-00 30





Total 1-57 Ins.
Rainfall, April, 1879..................... ...... 3-52 Ins.
Avern2e Rainfall in April of 10 years 3-92 lns.
1870 to 1879 inclusive..................... 92
The ilainr;fall for ihe last 7 months October
to .3piil incluve has been ........2 02 Ins.
The average Rainfall for the same months
calculated on 10 years returns 1870 to
1 i79 i:,clusive, was .........................3 0 Ins.
The deficiency ber-:fore of the Rainfall for
ti'e :.,:t 7 nmo,,"s cnompaed with the
0 vtr. v e n i'r b en ................. 11-6S Ins,
'-'bwi i'.cest R iaaill in April registered
duiti:it the priecdiMig 10 years was in
I 74 Lcin it, was ............................. 2-25 In .

1 0 0
O 10 0 To the Editor of the Royal Gazettle.
0 10 0 SmI,-Your Correspondent D" must either be
1 0 Q ,'.emcute1, or a stranger in these parts to write in
0 10) 0 the strain he doE ;. It is manifest to every sensible
s 0 5 0 person that the Pee tor of Pembroke nd Devoushire
,r 1 0 0 and the Rector of Sandy's anda Southampton have
e I 0 more work than iny other Rectoi in Bermiuda.
0 0 I hope D" v ill continue to pour forth his de-
I 10 IU7 sultory effusis.-,us .inee they will set right minded
er 0 people thinking, which, it is o.,e hoped will develop
1 0 0 into action, and t'.us bring about a redistribution
1 o 0 of d.he Pr ishes on a somewhat fairer plau than the
-xi.sting oue. D's letter may do good in thi- way.
67 19 9i Earnest ChlurchmenU knowing that which your Cor-
ceouine and respondent D" states is --tintrary to facts, may
awake t) great'er- e1-ruest..ess in this matter. If
7t 8 0 they really b,:-lieve the pr.:r-sut aurian-ement of the
il 10 0 liviun_-, :hi.i-h i flic.ts iiji.-_il:e, aui. wh.-ih givcs
1 L 0 i admii'hle : ..I i- n toi thi- e.e-nivy, oiighit to continue,
I can say no morei But if they thiuk otherwi-ise,
83 18 0 thiy 1iust not be content with silent a:-qruicscen-ce
,7 1I 9 or lulei'avnini approval, They nimust strengthen the
U___ of tho:- V.-o lesire to makaCe th'? change, by
i7 18 3 aordin! support, ;.i,:i 1ol.l!y aund irs- l -, tel- fa-.e thIe
t, _.:- opp,-i-ti ,n., '-o..-. ---.. ; ,',' ;,,"ei, 't:h X til tui O'toubtodl v
a we, tal!:. i ,. n h-,:-. not r1ii hin2. to b,? bc-ke'" onn
0 0o- e0?
-.i-a-'s an to Pa-, i. I would msk im inihat is its present
I .s, ai ttafion.--l.ip to Pemjbrke." It is but an ex-resence.

A y ip .-I
both kind,
Iling-s wil:
so hlIappe-
her conu-
o th'e offi
pvod Eu.

a Ova rho;:
. ...n .

e "t-r.:. thLa

Yours truly,


May 5, 1S8,).

LorDoni, May 6.-A Vienna correspondent reports
th." Lo ,r.' Granie took the initiative toeffect, adi.
rTOL 'ip K- : ',riL; 2 .o rM -''i-:. .i.Tii bween
it,.'- z-1 .^ .- :i ,. i :..: ..; -. [ ^ .i. !; ? n,:, :'.- ,- .C
c..i r t-: A.: .:./.'i.f -it it. 70 i,0..,-titdiCn pl, .o to -, Porte
P'.N.,,: !try. ;* aCi~u ,': A ni'. p-atA Ai' 'a ibom !;H& ii0l.
In : ,- I tL tab"j',L-' d-r.O -l'. 1ir ipr .iy :., ori-
c,- h' '.; jovermu: anis. T -li': de i 1 i ,: i,- on
Mle ;,-" of the ne-'.7 riiHish ,'a;'nett i 'ii v-y first
".. i n ; I: i .- o'Ai- dti'o) will tie s. i:. -I y 4
it se~-.s, no faik-d ,', produce anM ef'ecati '' stan-
itii.,le. TPbc Foti 'u uneasines-g ' th~- new
; tih CaWbiaet h 5s. Lown itse, lately in Ithe, dis-
cassion of various plans for tbe settlement of pend-
ing questions, such as the Greek question.

6" We are requested to remind the Members
of the Bermuda Hunt that the Finish on Thursday
next will be at Mount Plea-:nint, and that it will be
the los.t iHurt this season.

To the Editor of the Bermuda Royal Ga:etle.
DEAR Sin,-AMay I ask you kindly to insert this
for the information of your readers and especially
for that of such as are in the habit of contributing
to the Funds of the above named Society;-as I
promised an explanation of the omission from the
Annual Report published in London last year, of
the List of Contributions in Bermuda in 187S-79.
On referring to the Balance Sheet of that Report
thlie amount collected will be found duly recorded,
but by some accident it appears that among the nu-
merous Lists sent to the Printer this one got mislaid.
I have been requested also to point out that the
two sums, viz., l 14 and 14I' were both collected
by Miss Edith Wood, and I have much pleasure in
adding that other Bermudian Ladies are now in-
teresting themselves in this really excellent cause.
Thanking you in anticipation,
I remain, Dear Sir,
Yours faithfully,
Hon Trea. and Secy.
Somerset, 5th May, 1SS0.

To the Edit.,, of the Royal Gautte.
Sin,-I had the pleasure of visiting the Royal
Engineer Theatre on Saturday night last, and was
very agreeably surprised with the performances
rendered, anud I have much pleasure in stating that
I did not notice a single hitch throughout. Char-
acters were all well sustained In the Drama, East-
man, as hMr. Meadoe'v, played steadily and well, as
did also Piunchen as the Chaplain. Dyke and Davis,
as the Brothers Fielding, went off capitally, and
received, as they deserved, a fair share of applause
and praise. Muddle, as Mr. Crawley, played with
so much good action and such capital humour that
he kept the v.-hole of us in a roar of laughter from
the first time we saw him until he was sent. to An.-
tralia. Gridley, as the boy Josephs, does not put
nearly enough expression into what lie has to say,
which very much 'lietirct- from the good effect the
character sh-uld have. Mrs. Chapman, as Sus7n
Merton, seemnzd quite at home, nud made a decided
hit: s.he ha .- i-comipli..shed that part which is most
ess-',utial to au actor or an aetress--plainu speech.
T There is no misuncLd'rsutading this lady. .Every-
thing she ha.- to say is sail in the clear.:--st manun-:r
poisiblle, wit .our b-in;!' t,oo bold, and at the same
time di.splai'- n:o i:u of timidity. .o hope to
see 1Mrs. Ch:i:.n .i -0a,,:in ere lounge. The characters
of the HWarde- '.:i r ,ather ovcr- :,-.-, but still gave
a glimmer of a .:'ht i.t, pri-.... Mr. r Bnnv-
worth, a-s T"'o h Ro.. pl'-ed fairly, but might
have m.idernioe of his character than he did.
This little criticism is simply a rough sketch of
what went on in my presence, and mu;t lie look--3
upon in that light only. The Farce of Tie Ai:-
fitl Dodger" was very good, with the exception if`
.-'r. Grudge, who didI not seem at all up to his pia): -
We liked him better in the Drama as 1ir. ,ti r.:,-.
Mr-s. Chapman figured very well as the .fer'i.t,:
Maid, and so did Mrs. Heath as the favored i -..,.
Mudlle, as .ir. Dodje, was very amusing. IBeuny-
worth, as The Hon. Fitz Ftdge, played hiis chara,:-
ter middliug, whilst James as the Servantrd in Livery,
played very well indeed.
'The scenery was well arranged, well worked,
and did great credit to the scenic artist.
Yours, &c.,

1st May, 1880.
To the Editor, of the Royal Ga:ette.

Mr. W. Robert Heney, who was charged some time
ago in this city with an alle-ed breach of the
Inland Revenue law, was tried before Mr. Justice
James and a Jury, on the Sth of April. The trial
lasted three days. At the close of the evidence for
the prosecution Otto S. Weeks, Q. C., of counsel
with the accused, called the attention of the learned
Judge to the Statute under which Mr. Heney had
been arrested, and argued, that the accused had
been guilty of no offeun-:- against the law on the
lst.-That the goods were lawfully in his, the
accused's, charge and under his control when des-
posed of, and not under the control of the Inland
Revenue Department or any Officer thereof.
2nd.-That the only remedy, if any offence had
been committed, which he denied, was a suit on
the Bond given by Mr. Heney to respond the duty
and that without requiring payment of the duty
"Mr. Heney had been unlawfully arrested.
3rd.-That no asportation had been proved, and
as the words of the act evidently contemplated an
"abstraction" or taking away" of property un-
lawfully from out the custody of an Inland Revenue
officer, or from a Bonded warehouse, neither of
which offences had been perpetrated, no refraction
of the law had taken place.
The learned Judge informed the Attorney Gen-
eral that lie coincided with the views expressed by
Mr. Weeks, and that he would be obliged to tell
the Jury that they must acquit Mr. Heney, who
had cleai* been guilty of no offence either statu-
table or otherwise.
The Attoiney General assented anud under the
instructions of the Judge, the Jury returned a ver-
diet of acquittal, without leaving the box, and thus
the great Revenue case that has excited so muin-h
L interest in this citv for the last four months has
terminated and the matter has! given entire satis-
faectiou to the comminuity at large.
The Counsel for the Queenu were the Attorney
General, and Norman Ritehie, Q C. Cumnsel for
Mr. Heney were Otto S. Weeks, Q. C.. Robert
r Mott,:.n, Q. C., and Fitzgerald Cochran, Esqr.
Milr. Heney hais instituted a suit against the
iDepartment, for various, large damages which will
probably bLe settled privately, otherwise t;, matth-r
will come oft in the S~i.pic-.Um, Court next OcL.tober.
Mr. Heuey pi-e.els to-momr.ow on an extended
trip through the United States and Canada.

8.;.--A. t":;,.iri ',et : ',.i .v;e' o.-day fr,-,n P'u a &a
..t th, L.. :itiou of C(iil, '.. iicb Itsays that (lb Chili-
an Navy bombarded Callao on April 22, causing
heavy damages on shore, and nearly distrying the
Peruvian corvette Union in the pcrt. Limrx is
threatened by the Chilians, and great, distress pre-
vails in that city. The Chilian Army are proceed-
ing to Sama.

The Baltimore Gazette" claims to have know-
ledge that the exact amount of United States 4 p-r
t to:e.. a l,., ? .Ii'. W i% s iam 11. V .-ril.:-:.uim i

-i a d.ii0 5 }',-'i cO at .,: : to. O a l : xt.cni ,.:'tt--zray 3 or
4 milhi.:;.-
The i'ieritphis (Tcnt.) A!ppe,1l '.y thrit since th-
wari therc b ecn as many as 10.0 murdi-rs come
mitted in h ,A city in one vreir, but that of late
7,airs ,be- nurcaber bas greatly >iimiaisbi-d, and, ir,.
dee,', when a .LUilrder now occurs it attracts consid-
eratih aiiteriltion. 'ibis chig ge it Cdributes to the
punisLrmet, lt hicii the recent city ofllicrs have in-
flicted upon those who have been guilty of the
crime of carrying concealed deadly weapons.

LONDON, May 4.-It is believed that the infer-
rnption in the new French Cable is near St. Pierre,
Miqueloo. Ango-American Telegraph stock has
improved in consequence of tljb break.
The emigration agent at Accrington.LLMcashire,
has ree.vied an application from the Una'.r,-Stateg'
for 100 female weavers, or heads of families. The
first batch will sail for Boston on the 15th inst.
A Constantinople dispatch says "The English
officers of the Turkish Gendarmerie have been. in-
formed that, at. the expiration of their present term
of service, in August next, their contracts will be
renewed, if they consent to a 40 per cent, reduction
of their salaries."
The Turkish Government has abolished its mis-
sion to Washington and several others for econo-
mical reasons.
VIENNA. April 28.-A dispatch from Cettinje
says the Government of Montenegro has addressed
a note to the Turkish Minister and all representa-
tives of the Foreign powers in Cettinje, accusing
the Turkish authorities of connivance with the Ar-
nauts in the. resistance to the Montenegrins, and
demanding the fulfillment of the convention and
compensation for delay in the surrender of territory.
A dispatch from Rome says: "The King has de.
lined to accept the resignation of the Ministry,
but has accepted instead their proposition to dissolve
the Chamber of Deputies.
Mr. Whittaker, editor of the Lerant Herald has
been sentenced to 17 months' imprisonment for pub-
lishing a new number of his journal, notwithstand-
ing its recent suppression.
A Paris correspondent. says: The long-talked-
of resumption of diplomatic relation between
France and Mexico now seems to be settled. France
and Mexico will simultaneously nominate represen-
tatives at their respective capitals."
The lady, with whom gossip connects the name
of Prince Leopold, the Queen's youngest son, with
reference to a matrimonial engagement, is the Hon.
Mary Baring, daughter of the Dowager Lady Ash-
burton and cousin of the present Lord Ashburton.

Cg We have been requested by the Secretary
of the Blanche Minstrel Troupe" to apologise to
the Public of Bermuda for not fulfilling their pro-
mise of giving the announced Entertainments on
Tuesday and Wednesday last at Ireland Island--
the hurried departure of their ship rendering it
quite impossible for them so to do,

fk A. Supplement of three col-
umns accompanies this issue : of the Gazette.'
It contains the lat.ost interesting news from
abroad, a List of the Prime Ministers of Eug-
land since 1762, and some account of the new
Chancellor of England.
BIR rH. at Olive Hill, Pemnbroke, on the 7th inst.,
the WIFE of the Houble. R. E. Webster, of a SON.
.......... at Hill Park, Newport-on-Tay, on the 4th
April, the WIFE of T. G. Wilson, Esqr., F.R.C.S.,
. Fl et-sureeon, H. XI. 3. 'nicorn, of a SON.
.......... in Pembroke Parish, or, the 30th ult., the
I WIFE of Mr. John T. Petty, ofa D..~UGHTER.

DIED, on Monday, April 12, at Georgefield, Mail-
!and, iants < county, after a long illness of consump-
tion, ANoUS N. BUCHANAN, in the 27th year of his
age, a native of Cape Bretm.-Beri,.(dai papers please
copy. Morning Chronicle, April 21.

.. .. i ) i

For the Construction of a TANK
At the Hamilton Hotel,
Will be received by the Proprietor until
Noon of

The 20th Inst.,
From Persons willing to Excavate
and build a

All particulars can be obtained on applica-
tion to
Proprietor, Hamilton Hotel.
Hamilton, May 11, 1SS0.


F HE Undersigned strictly forbids
aniV lersov harbouring, employing or
Crediting his WIFE, RU'I'TH A.N JACKSON
(believed to be insane) she having left her hoine
without any just reason.
Paget, May 4, 1880.-2 pd.


A LL Persons INiDEBTED to the Undersign-
ed ;re respectfully requested to settle the:r
Accounts in full, on or before 251h instant.
All Amounts remaining unpaid after that date
will be sued for.
I lIuiilhon, Bernmiudi, 'lay 10, 180,.-3 3p.


f [HE Undersigned will pay a
LI BE! AL R. RD for such in lorma-
lion :I sh.ll en ah:.' the n I, effect ually |)rosecute
any |c onpel so wV ( n!ffe' tehis .si;te shall I enter on
th.'ir I ' P.-,int "i nIees 11d M01.l EST
f !.. |-i_"ON.
:.. i.i.-.i, M ,', -, 5 .0.- 2 3p, pd.

W anted Immediately,

Good \Vagps given.
.\ply, MiRS. SCOBELL CL'\PP, H. M
Aly 11th, 1880.-?

t.7~~7 -'


-u ianbli for Cenerali work.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
liamilton, May 11, 1880.

1, I I




L-.EI IA SPI-, ,~ AI L il ETI'I'G
At 1 o' clok, oF i TE


Next. 1'3th instant,

30 BLS S. F. .& Family FLOUR
10 Bl,. B, Corn MEAL
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
1 Case 50 1 11). Tins Fainly BUTTER
50 Best New Yorkl HAMS
2.3 Bags CORN., 2 Bushels each
10 Half Bls. Famiily BEEF
10 Qr.-Bls. Family BEEF, 50 (lbs.
10 Qr.-Bls. Pigs TONGUES, 50 lbs.
10 Qr.-Bls. Pi,-s FEET, 50 1bs.
4 Half Chr-sts Ooloni: TEA
5 Qr.-Box-s Black TOBACCO, 11's
10 Boxes B.est Family SOAP
10 Dozen Packages Cut TOBACCO
20 Boxes CIGARS
1 Set Block-tin Dish CO(VERS
6 Half Hhds. English PORTER
4 Hhds. English ALE
1 Spruce SPAR, 55 feet Ionsg
50 Reams Wrapping PAPER
And many oth.-r Goods tihat will appear at
the Sale.
B. W1. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 10, J880.


Screams of Lau ghti er and Shouts of
Applause attend this
Marvellous Enchanter and only
Prince of Darkness.

And his Monar:h Mcrrymakers
In their Thrillina-, Brilliant iandl Side-splitting
Fl.1. *:;titled,

Given un'.l the _Ii..ron 'h. of
The Recoid of thfl pi-st, a guarantee of the,-
fututtre. "V Ltch our ioutt' ahead.
St. Georges, Th'-atrt Roval..May 11, 13, 15
S.lar Yi d. ....... ......... 17
Southamptom .............. 18
oneret ............... 21, 22
May 11, iSS0.-1 p. _____

I Port, land Cemenut.
Barrels a',d Ha!f Barrels
Ex (Glince," froui london.

k. 11Ut? I,-'11.
In Trinity Church Schoolroom,
In the Town of Hamilton,

The 1-Nth Instant, at. noon,
To receive a Letter addressed to the Chaptol
Wardens by the Lord Bishop of Newfound-
land and Bermuda, and to decide on any
questions arising therefrom.
Chapel Wardeus.
May 8th, 1880.-1


D0)IVEIRS and all other Persons
are liencef- rit caniuined against R F.-
I)IOVING any portion of
'he lull or A ppurtein-
Of tile Ilull f tlhi sunken STEA NMilt 11'
'-I(.. 'l'," behli-nog to the Suib rihber. I'ar-
ti s found tso oflendini% will lie punished accord-
ing to L;aw.
bt. (eorges, Bernuda, M:Ly 5, lI80.-2

For G6eorgetown
Pemerara,-!o Return Direct.
H. B. G-riffin,
JN. \'V. MiKinnii-, Master,
Will Commence Loadingon Wed-
-iie :iy morning,. 12 i h Iinstant, and have Irm-
umediat.e Dispatch as abov.:-.
F1-'r Freiglht either way apply to
SS.0 S. l GIM ,.
Ilamilton, 10th May, IS0.

or Denerara (Direct.)

For Sale by,


Received by the S.


At the Royal Gazette Stationery
A Few of the Great 15 PUZZLE
Cornel l's G EOG IK At'IIHY
Mayr..ird and Noys.' INK, Quarts, Pints and A

A Large Number of the
Franklin Squaro and
Hamilton, May 11th, 1830.

A Rare Chance!

Whale Bay Farm, For Sale.

ON E of the largest and most convenient Farms
in Bermuda, to be sold on very moderate
terms, if applied for at once.
All particulars can be obtained on application to
Frout Strcet, I amilton,
H-lmilton, May I I, 1850.


A LL Par'.ies having any just
A CL .AsiS ;-,ainst the ULi.iersi ned will
W ple,-, pe:,e.!t th!. a for ptAy;.jent on ,:.r before
Ilic 21!1. i;ns .
All Acconnis 'lue I an..I not arranged for by
21)0u 'in be s''le.-l in C'oll b- 3lIt lMay, wi!l be
pinl ced in i,- i :i.,n o' ,, -illectiun.
F. D. S 1 NASH.
Hamilton, 10th May, l-0.--3 3p.
Colonist Copy.


'1'iIE ,UND0-'ER!-IGi'JEl rc;;pecltfrily solic~it8
r-.,meilens of

Bermuda Produce
For the New York Market through
17V IjW-, W l. T. j Ai-I l ,
-:T2 'E'.E I ',
\\ io will rEceive ail f.,'rw.rd free of clur.ri..
Having ihad al i'ong ,,xpfeoce in t, is i- ui-
ICe.i, is |, pared to seicrie hi-k.5:""...i-"'L-t
r: -i. .
Account "ales anrd CUsh sitilements proniptly
Late Firm ;,l El.i Camipheill & -'ort,
West \Vashington .Uirket,

New Y ork.

New York, April 7th, 1880.-lm ;3p

JThe .A. !1 Clipper Brigt.
j* F1 "FRAM,"
WEISJ ER, Master,
Will be Despatched for the above Port

On Saturday next
15th instant.
IHaving room for a limited quantity of Freight
at Customary Rates.
Pr.,duce for shipment by this opportunity can
be deposited under second Shed until Friday.
14th inst., at 6 p.m., provided Vessel is not pre-
viously filled.
Engagement list for Freight open at the office
of the Undersigned.
Hamilton, Bermuda, May 10o, 1880.
P._.-Bills Lading signed at the Office of J.
T. l:,irell & Co.
Will tow to Sea if necessary.
J. T. D. & Co.
Colonist" copy.


To Return Direct.
Ti H. A. Pitt"'
You NO, Master,

About 1st of June
For Friglht and Passage please make early
application to
lianiiOion, May 10, litSO.-3
N.B.-Or.lers forwarded by :. S. Bermuda"
will bo iun ime ltu lIrigt. Pitt."

TO G1 (EtOBUS Mild 1 OuyracerS
IN (oiisOqliencl'. of thle great int.reasu ill our
-'.ipmnents of Produce to New York since
the season of 1874, wedeem it necessary to givu,
notice, that we are c-iady to give our personal
atleniiou as ut ual to all Shipiniient- of IJ'r.niuda
'roduice for New York made throutili us, but
i itl.; uati' pa d to o li ril-der in ~ew YoI k, '.hicih will
b.J t iv< to the Ne'v V.rk Coi.'o;gnets tor sale,
by ",at'h V --. traLi.pL''in_; a shiipiiie:t.
V' ht-,i nCcc --.:;in-y !, r ciler Sip ci in reliinr1 for
any 1 _1ii.,,,-,lt iz w ill, .: i ajli lei tat tiee.x\ ense of
thij ()Ow .1:. nturt-Li-s :, azii d owners will cl-,ar')
ind.-..l.nd tatL all th:.- d(.iiigers of transport t are
S bta'n ." t.ic 1.-

TR O TT 4.
HtaiilLon, Bermuda, to 30th Ju, 3
March 28, 1880. to 0th Juo,3p



' I"IE Suciicriber rc.Tie(ts that all DI-'M AN )S
a n,ainst her hb- indr-ied biy the 20th instnnl
for cxan.ination, and .eIttlement.
Ilamilton Parish, 7th May. 18E0.


ALL personshaviniiany CLAIMSiagainst the
-rL Estate of CHAI LES ROBERTS, late of
the Town of St. G-(orcre, grocer, deceased,
(conunonly calleil Charles Roberts, No. 1),
whether as Creditors or otherwise, iare heruby
required to send their Claiius t.o the undersign-
ed, for the Executors of t h.-. Will of Nathaniel
Roberts, deceased, who was the last. surviving
Executor of the Will of the said Charles Rob-
erts, on or ,fb're t.' 31,td/ ,av / of iff, ins tnt ;
and in pursuance of THE TRUSTEE ACT, 1876,
all persons having any such Claims are hereby
informed that, immediately after the last men-
tioned day, the said Executors will proc c..d to
distribute the assets of the Estate of the said
Charles Roberts amongst the parties entitled
thereto, having r,'ard to such Claims only as
such Executois shall then have had notice of,
and that they will not be liable for the assets
so distribut'-d, or any part thereof, to any per-
son of whose Claim th,-y shall not. then have
had notice.
Slt n t'o 1 r the E.'xtcttor.
Hamilton, 1st iMay, IS.SO.-4 :;p

THllE I)1&AL

H[as received from London and
N;\%V YO 'K.
.I (!OICE. LOT 01'

Dry Goods, e tc.,
Specially selected .for lBeruiuda, consinillg il
p.Irt off:
m 011 RS PiQII.'N M, Lil ISJN S
WlNSE't LI N -N ,' S O ZI0 N. 3
Fl. A i I' IE F .LO \Vk.i iS
I'it IN I' colo'iire a;nL .lour.iin .

.Men 's. vuils', Boys and 1mij.,

Boots, Slhoes,
Good and IChe:p.
-4 L S 0,
Crockery and Glassware in variety'
The lDevonshire Dry Goods Store,
Middle Road next Ea-t ofl Camp.
May 10, 1880.-2 3p.


A New Store
For I.overs of fine TEAS, COF-
FEES, pure SPICES anI ex-
cellent Table BUT TER,
r Ii E Undei sigr.ed having opened a fine ( 11O -
CERY S'i'ORI solicils the pitronago of1
everybody who wishes to hay the fin'est grades
of Coffees. Teas and .-'piees at reasonable rates,
Laraibie's selected Fandy Biceuits. fine lIamn,
Bacon and excellent table Butter; ;ilso unsur-
pased Cincinati S', Flour, &c. Come
and be convinced tlat there are no finer Goods
to be found than at
P;arlianent Street, next to Mlelhourne House.
Ilamilton, May 11, 18SO.-30.,

Will be glad to teach young men who wish to
prepare for the Preliminary Exainin ttijna at the
Greek, Latin, and the Elements of c
Mathematics. i
!ie will also give Lessons in ENGLIS31, GER{-
MAN, FR.ENC(ii, SP.1NI-'il and ITALIAN.
Ter s 3 per Quaiteur and less for classes.
IHamilton, May II, 1880.

Exchange on New York.

Drafts at sight on ,A. BE.ANETT
4. CO., ,
AIpply to -
April 19, 1880,--3p tf.



rH E Undersigned will give their
- pie'soalI :ttot;io to t the for' of
BEL l Ill:.. P!!ODJUCIE to the cons.i;:.iteit of
.'' :, !7\ > ,'or ,d
!Iuring ih ci,,nii r-" p ~, on.
All;e for cc sl ti> eliir i -iit .nu e iur in-it
proeetds ,i'ii h;ve t.o he boenPe l.y thIe .ow', uf
the G00oo..-
I'he hig liest iarLk-i. rates '.. ill h1. ojitil-iId and
Account re.- ietimaed p oniptlv.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 31
March 9, 1i80. 3m3

New York .Mail S teanmer.

The Steamer

(:'a;paln \Vi!.ON.,
At 1 PM.,

May 13th.
'To leave thence for return on the
20th instant.
Unless privi.i,.ily filled, rreightif, IP rcels and
Specie will be received unil li ,p.m., in-t.
Bills ot L-j ing will be igned until 10 n.m.
the 13th instant.
Passenger, Stage will b,! rminvd at 31)
minutes past noon on 13th inst.

Ilainilton, llermnuda, I iih Nlay, 1880.l
Colonisd once.


ST~ouU alouccrt
W ILL 'I'AK- l'L\Cl'.
At the Residence of MRS. THOMAS

In aid of the Hall about to be erected by the
Members of th-. FIE.MAI. CIAILLTAB, E
Doors open at 7. Performance 'o commence
at 7-30.
Adlimission-Adults Is. ; Childre ii Cd.
The Mozirt's Favurite Biand will he in at.
Ilamilton Parish, May il h, 18SO.
i. entertainment ,

S19thi and 240th Instanit,
By the Paget Members of the FElMALE CHi 4-
InE aid of the Riepairs about to Uc e *f'-t ,! i
the said School Room.
Th. .Mozart's Favorite liaud will bI in at-
Doors open i.t 7. Entertainment to com-
nieuco at 7"'50.
Admission Gd.

Ponet, May I1Ith, ISO-


IIOUSEHiOLD OF itJ T 0. a G61,
Of1 the G. U. O. of 0. F., Hamiltou,

Intend having,

On the 24thl inst
In the Odd-Fellows' Hall,


In behalf of the above Building to forward the
There will be for sale Fr ancy Articles, lee
Creams, Tea, Coffee, &c., &e., &c.
Doors % ill be open at 3 o'clock.
Admission Gd. Children d<1.
Smoking will be .-trictly pr-.:>ibited.
The Alexandrina Band will attend with their
choicest music.
Committee MRS. W. H. ROMEO,
Hamilton, May 11, 1880.-2
. ,. ,,-- -- ----- L
To Farmers and Others Interested
It. C. O UTERBt 8.IHI.DG 1 ,
Respeerully solicits Consignments of
Berntmuda Produce, Ac.
All' information 'uraished .nd vour Shipments
promptly and carefully attended to and forward-
ed by
UIiider the big .sied.
Fr-.'t St,'e-t, t imi Ion, [ei smuda.
Ai: 0, i. 0.--. p t1

.. .
,._-. ff ,o^- t y. (. f9.- se
In ,LC ';''., aE of l ;.aEl iil(.il,
At p' t. Possession fi 've a1 'ut lt Junile next.
42 Front Street.
Hiamilton, May 3, 1U80.--23p pd

li Ti M.AY. 1S0.
"VHEREAS be-tween the evening of Thurs-
day the 6th, aud the morning of Fi iday,
the 7th day of May, instant, wanton and ma-
licious injury was done to two Tomb.ifones in
the Parish Churchyard of St. John's, Church,
Pembroke Parish, this is to give notice that a
Reward of
Will be paid to such person or persons, not
having been conce ned in the offeu e, a, shall
give to any one of Her Majesty's Justices
of the Peace in Pembroke Parish, sucih infor-
mation and evidence as inty lead ti, tlhe con-
viction of the person or persons guilty of the
offence.. -
By C(it'ondl of His ExcI.le.'I the Governor
ai'. Contanler-in -C ('h if,
1 Col.'nial Secretary.


'yW HEREAS on the night of the
6th instant, TWO MARBLE HEAD
STONES in St. John's Churchyard, were wil-
fully and maliciously broken by some person
unknown. This is to give notice that a very
LIBERAL REWARD will be paid to any per-
son giving such information as will lead to the
conviction of the said Offender.
Church Wardens.
Pembroke Parish, 10th May, 18S0.-3


WILL TAK]E PLA'F. ,(Weather per:iItting)
(On the (Cricket C-ound,

&1- A.
iStbn MAY', 1S-0.
STEWARDS-Lt.-Colo:.-vl W. ER. (' ,,.;I
IMoIR and Captain HILL.
T,:NL, Liut. HA.RFOIltD.
STARTE,'RS-LieuLt PAYNE, Lieut.,
Lieut. FISc'HER.
The BAND of the Regilment. will perform dur-
ing thb' Afternoon.
If Wet ou the day named, the Sports will take
I place the next fine day.
May S, 1880.

Notice to Parmers and
Owners of

B BRIN 1 .RsDs ON?-
IThe Undersigned will be prepared
to forward Consinm ntiiis oF B i : ii- UlA
Messrs. E. P. LOOIS & O.,
And will also pay full Cash Ilaits for Produco
throughout. the Season.

GOLD D )A.FTS on New York may be had
during the Season.
Hamilton, March 2, 1880.-3p tf

Ready-made Clothing.

Have received per Sir. Bermuda,'
From England, via New York,
3eabpimabie loting,
Comprising all the requirements for the coming
Season, specially selected for Bermuda, and
will be offered at low rates.
Under R. B. Y. Club Rooms,
Fionti Street.
April l22th, 8So0.
Post Office, Hamilto, 8th M1ay, 1880.
Post Addip, George Armstrong, :ohn Armstrong,
Laura Armstrong, Serafia Anderson, E Brooks,
Elizabeth Butterfield, Richard Bearp, William But-
terfield, Edward Purch, T S Chapel, Schr Kit Car-
son, Thaddeus Casey, C CArlson, Sophia Cux, 'It
Davio, Mrs Damon, J A Frith, W J Fuble'-, Louisa
Fubler, Wm B Finley, fosepi Fish. r, 'aI Francis.
co, W D Grant, Josph Griind, Jmnc. '-iibets, F
Harrot, Thomas Hayward, Margaiet He..bert, Jalia
Himilion, 'lFionas W Jooil, Alpheus Joell, Agustus
Jincd, A. Johnroi, Elizi Jones, Arabella Joyries, H
,S Kendall, Richard Lynch, Barque Perry Nickerson,
Adelaide Outeri-ridge, R*tueca Outerbridge, Daniel
S Ouotrbrile, uWa'e P:~. utin R'char.lson,
J. l.o W nic- i,, -.. ;,. 'Ei y, B 1J i i",;:J.
'. u i .-irt.; '. -i 1T ; .. F I.,
a!IS 1, Vin "I T .:.. F
Suaih, yc;r ai,1(i \" ,nil: '.js %StkV, J W
n )i.mih, SWh. ..'- ; .'.;;i-- S SI u i! ', J os
.1!b wi 1;.. r, ( .\ Saliti .!-) te,! !s
or Inc[ r, L o -., J. ,ibh ; ;i ia F "k
0, oPeal'e r V ,s, .l:i;ea "'- konl, S p a J \\'di,
G W \V'iliauas.
FICE ST. GEOIRGES, May it), S380.
Dark" Linda," Mrs Maria Lighibourn, Rde Burgh
Riordn, John J Scrtbnor.

NEW GOODS. Manrove Lake, la.ilon Parish,
CHiEAP FOR C St-1. On Thursday next,
.--.- The 13th instant,


loth Nlay,


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CABINET A. C rIMFN r: THAT lit 'r- -: .
BYi THE iTELS.N- R'. i cc ;. r'..'. r I,.:q
1) ELP.AR Tk!1. ..
LONDON. pri 27.--_ Pal[t l1II fInent 'in 1 1 2
'at'e k on T- urs a n .
t Eh i ,E r, A -or I, ah .aL ; rn i'3wi t.. :.:
rPltc to,_oi -1 1 t ,,) r hW -' .;m i !.;.i, .r ,i- { ,[ii ";t;Cv

l i,'ton ll Hc 1'-7.', ti :I. an.i -

Lor.d P: 1 .v Sal.--Tic DA ,f .,II
Lord. M iPt.-.nt.I ip i ( .iCi l ; .., i :.Spe e ..l
Sec-l arv-.U.f Stait o I `1 01o P. p i meo --ir
Stillian G. Vernon:-h A !. I: ..
Seernth ori t-1r Ia iu-c ....e ,he ... .rl' i it.--
LaInd I l t-y. .:.,L i .. ; :.,:,rti. t ,

Charnc-byhr c h C-1)3)chy of L7 r. -CIIer--The P.i7it
Prcil.-,.- tr( m the L -'t ,' 1. .ov i Iu i it-div ith

.'cremtar of ,aw. fr a. i. ji Chihict
r,1td- ; 1. F
(C BINET ac P,-c 'i fi-IFNr-c T AT ir V C. :'r.n p['F. -,' .

o u f l d e o f i I : a f rinl f lft t L ; a ci : i: 7 n i .
A u tiBY T ofE -.Ei ral--- l.. ,

A R!:,,I v e.
no'.ice or ,f .' .i7. l-'ai ;; li a i
ri' terlOr on "f ] u rs l'tv ;f.' rn. r !,(:. i ''* ..',i

Hon. Prerident B 'AV. [Cif !,'.liiL' -. ;.-,I ,ii l Joh-
CGeore pieodsLo, Pieijen l :.,I the L -a !. 'Iu t C n". I. :-i .
'The ';following oppamin;. u i.ij 'u of the (F ni,.
no 1 1h r llf,, l or A .10, i .a ih .'i -,:i .: +e F rc-' .

Secrefa:i !or the (rl! ,.1J ; aUG ; : _.: i:i; L .,- a.,

Playfair, (.hirm n of i'e Co IUt. ;.- A a ::- vs
MLaren, Lord Ad !'oc.te of Fotiand Mr. al-

Lorse; the Marquis of Lus, owD.e of,,r Se-e-!
L o r InPd.ia,;rlt Ea r thc .'o -. eV-,.'! iii, Sp eretr. v

Admiltm Gir. VCampbclrnon-' unnc'. u, Finana
Seercny of *'th e f\ar (A ice L" d (arIl' i: !-d. A t-

bassador at I'orstae nn.J.e. 'the Labi.).. with 1-
Ein a -rs, i s ',f i coil:r et'.
wiChlr, be mde for the prest to the lic of Lc.d
Lieutenant J I: l .',h.

Lieuten~art 01f lice!F.nd.

Meeting of Parliament.
LONDON, April 29.-Parliament, w., foirmaiiy
opened to-day by Lord Selb.i ne, the Lord High
Chancellor, te l.DuL:e ,if Afc; E,.tIl UGtanfiil',
Earl Sydney and Lord Ncrtilbrook acting as ai
Royal Commission. The procedure merely consist-
ed in summoning the Commnnoron to ihe bar of the
House of Lotds and rtquE-s ling them ito elect a
Sp .-al-.r. Their : a fair atitendtanice of the Con.-
moIu.s, including mir. .v or l' e ,i'-w n ll .';l ,ii OnIly
ti-enty toy r;tu:] flout'et.L liblrcr-i p:ers, two bishop's
and filteea p wreres,'s were 'rtsenL iu (i::- House, of
In the louse of C'orI'aons' thice was a meagre
attendance, ofl Iiiat l emh eis, ibe.:'ise th.- meeting
for a conl-tetnce on the land question at Dublin to-
day det&iis .Mr. Painit-el and his auh Leuts there.
Soi;e cl tIhe Jli-h mer :;:, i icl'dintg d s..srs.
O'l) Ii .E rd i' ,, eat .n t:'- ey side of the
House, Lad -3 O e oil the lil1: al :. id-. I he ihc-uae
wa1s ery much cryoded, both on tih flocr and in
the galleries.
Mr. Waluiiin Willian?, liberall, who was elected
membwi-r of the l Hionse of Comnu'.oui ftor Cil'arrat on-
shire, has be1.n t, plP'cint., Sl'-Iiiltr-G- general, iins.e-ad
of Mr. F.ii l r Hr.'rshi:i!, vl'ho5e pi'r( .bhi i opiint-
nment had Ic,-n a!niut-!ceui;d.
The Tbim. in a '!ditg Lc.ditolii.J saJ :--. Lord
Carliuglord, whti s':al4ff ai.ilt ..i t ,i., .-\IbaAI t.,ii.- ato,
Constaniinopli, has been auniounce-J, Las had ho
dipliom.tic experience, hut L,- 1eenB a .'abi net
Minister. As Mr. L-hicJb--ter Fortle.-cu:, Lefuoe Lis
cl.vatihun to the peear', t.v a t.-ice (CJif l e.crc\-
tary for Iriland, and in that; po-siGiin he Abo'edl
laroi -'n'': <,f [. p Tr '-t. iui. : 'at% l L V' O :. sI.'.liotji !,-1 ;i
S '2 i.. a 4. U W n : w 12 C O i. l: fl

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rle' O'nl t i '! t' i ia i .J v ',] ;:'( iL 2;;h : I : '.r' i.
it.u, L .L the i iodt'..(. .i l 1 biil' i.i L -
butionr ol Parliawmetary seats until Cie result of
the census of 168C is ascertaiued. It follows that

. ,, l '.. ,. .: a ,'i c, l l r t .i. 1 ,'u lv ['.:lli, r, n t

Lord' '-'.: iiii,-,f, i !] aT ,.'' ,.i,,e.l t1[,,, A m !n a .sa'lor-
I .i I ( r i, : i i !,
r. A.r Itr i \VI -.:.\ley i't-.l has been appointed
S ader:r S.-i..t-ia ivy fi.or (t'e m,.) e lDpIe -ii client.
'li '':- .'.:',, ..-, r / un13 inloml inids tChat Icrd Granville
w'riil "CiVe Is ;ir: --t cfiei.-t r.-ception to the foreign
Ir Mioi:b.ter to--mtorrow.
k Lord Ri-bh il GI o-. n. rill -.iic. l Mr. W I'.
A: Alam ;.S (1b,e liberal! '- '. "
Sir A. 1.'. laytvtr h.= i.en appointed .Jtuni..-r
.' Lor1 of thEr Treauiv :.,nd Lord Keningteon Con.
t Irtro!er < f t Ihe Hr, -io" l
r G( I ;lA !',.... N.
o ('C.B L, Appli i 2.--iJeC-.i Scewai t enlereilGhuz.
ni r,n tlip .'2i inst., aft:i n successful battletheday
I.eC-fire, 1i, wi ,t h the At :han.11in los.t more than a Ihbou--
:in-1 men I, il!,d. Gen-i:ra;! I tewart's loss was 17
1llld and 1 !v'. younde.].

* frtice.

T /h. ,- inJrsitned solicits consign-
'menis of


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I. t i


O( brbhn. Iros.,
Iniporti a ( .nd Fojwardinc Con-
m1 issioP merchantsts,
P.i i ', H \ 'Il ION, iSiR'iiUI)A,

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','rn Y.,i K.
S i.-.! ,', :, ', of l' :.' 'i' c ,l l i
lthii !.l-i; i. r.-, lia" : Fi!rm'n. i u i n mention
in I. ... 1 i ni.,l ts : lnd .A re -lilt .t :,. ;llni

i at-'iy ur hii .r i, ,r if r.w lion, -teule i P late.s,
S, pee .!.,i,,' *t, 0. "'--OS., anrid t.,.
r. .,r*h !. ..0.-- tf-,

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To ,," i' arner.- of Iermuda. -


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19 1th \ tl, l .-iJ llam iltoi.


IlItun, lion, M arc!i 1I I S'i.
Cf ci V -- U-',
9. 2 #r^ r T .er ,
atacbna cr, ,. .elle_ &n-

Offers for : Che Chleap,
A (-'lili. e L cli- i f I,, tf
7"y .,. ,C' ..-a o
and Silver Platd iWare,
A id Pi-rsoi.s ,tiM E.i i ii;'< ill ,14 \ (I, ,
calling, ,' r i :- : o i ,

N -i; .--- .' i .- .. ,:it:, th. ir
A c, : ts fI .,' 'il : !i- ~i 1:', ', 11 ask
for ,o.-is ''n 4.n i ', '. ; ,\t" & X,., ;i lt hi .n I /t-
i n '.'i!: i,,i, 1. |-
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v'e'-I ;' s tl':.'.ii o., C ,. .L J:nytd for, l "

l-i; < ,'i"tiie!--ed olicits co nsioe- J. ', .,
nc-tu. '; 1' tiia- I'Iitl: .c : .,,. |'-.. -. I fir ,i ,,.-jr I;b,:,',i Il :itr i i.-,t r

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.n-) E, ,, Puc,!i,,,-'i t'. ,,is,' ,
FO- I Q lej 'i i("iSili !l the

jy. At-. A. iJ4UJ9M ,
-.c -i ?;'..;:4 <*A\l \Vi'.t. 'EST '.\'P ;'I'IG-
T,' i\i.liER N I, \'t 'YOR.)P,
J.': c,; iI i .: to 'lie ip oliii of e.
( ,\ ,- t I '-,* PC i' 'i'.l p !V..,..-,gily !,,;,]e.
1'r.1. i' I -r> v t .,i : -i; e t prk-et ?.
S'n:. -0:i:ce, 3 Queeno. ir ti,

pi 'y. a, yardd & Co.,
5 I:, x .
S[!SPP ,l\ C ,'\ COM,.OI1s-
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The !r'il Stp:":. Sermv'da, C(ap.tain W eiln,
arti : her .vha' ni 'o th Town eafly yesterday
morning. She k0it i .; York on the evening 1.(
the 6tb inriant.
W e r.I- irdel.r d e C..i:t,'in W I';-., MJr. Dupont
and Hi'. I i, '- Oiff-: of Dcrmuia, for Nc. York
papers of ;-t; cl ." .
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'Th Arre:ican Y'ah. C!/,'ic, Captain and Owner
Alphl.n -'i '-ir 'k,., whicb left here on the after-
noonof tbhe ?9th ultimo, for the purpose it was sup-
posed of trying spred with the Steamer Bermuda on
hei run to New Y:rk:, did not reach that port till
the 6th intamt. the day the Bermiudt left. The
r;:.uda arrived. acrly on h(be morning of the 3rd.
The Free-lorn of fhc City of Dublin has been pre-
sented to 'awiptain Potter of the United States ship
Constellat.',n, the vc~s?! ftht carried supplies of food,
clothing, &rc., fror New York, to the starving poor
of Ireland. Lord Mayor Grey, who presided at the
ceremony, va.t.d that the distess in Ireland was as
great as ever.
The House of Commons was to be, adjourned
rom the 6th to the 20th instant.

LONDON, May 5 --The Daily News understands
that Lord Edmo-,d Fitzaraurice will succeed Sir
Henry Dinmmond Wolff as the Queen's represent-
ative in the European commission for Eastern Ronu-
In the event of the law not allowing Mr Bradla w
to make affirmation, instead of taking the oath re-
quired of members of the House, a bill will be im-
mediately introduced to legalize such affirmation.
Mr. Forster. the now Chief Secretary for Ireland,
arrived yesterday in Dublin.
The Telegraph says it has reason to believe the
Marquis of Ripon, Viceroy of India, has selected
Gordon Pasha as his private secretary.
A dispatch from Calcutta says : "The appoint.
ment of the Marquis of Ripon to be Viceroy of India
is, on the whole, received favorably. Much disap-
pointment is, however, expressed, that Lord Duffer-
in's health prevented his appointment."

Mr. Sull'ran to iun f(,r Meath-A Riotous Meeting-
The Land Leaqgute.
LONDON. May 5 -A dispatch from Dublin says:
"Mr. Parnell paid a farewell visit to Navan yes-
terday to announce to the electors of County Meath
that he had definitely resolved to sit for Cork.
There was a preliminary conference of the Roman
Catholic Bishops and clergy, who unanimously re-
solved to accept as satisfactory Mr. Parnell's rea-
sons for leaving Mettb. and by a majority decided
to adopt Mr. A. M. Sullivan as his successor, pro-
vided he felt at liberty to co-operate cordially with
Mr. Parnell in P-'irilament. A public open air
meeting was held in tLe evening, and the announce-
ment of Mr. Sullivani's name elicited cheers and
cries of No.' There were several hand-to-hand
fights among the partisans of the rival candidates,
Messrs. Drake and Sullivan. The police were ob-
liged to interfere -everal Iimes to protect Mr. Drake's
partisans from being severely mal-treated. Mr.
Parnell said if he consulted his own inclination he
would represent Mc:ea, but, if he did so, Cork
would be undoubtedly lost.
Mr. AMicheal Dav itt will sail for America on Sun-
day next, to assist Mr. Dillon in the organization
of Land Leagues throughout that country.
Major Purcell O'Gorman will be the Parnellite
candidate for Parliament for Louth, in place of Mr.
A. M. Sullivan, resigned, and Mr. Patrick Egan,
Treasurer of the Land League, will probably be the
candidate for M.yo, in place of Mr. Parnell, who
declined ihat coutltui;.ency to accept that of Cork.

LONDON, May 5.-. dispatch from Vienna says:
"The efforts of Germiiy during the last Eastern
crisis to reconc-ile the .i:.lagonism of Russian and
Austrian interests on the Balkan Peninsula only
served to bring to light contrasts and differences
which had until then been more or less disguised.
The bitter experience gained, and the exposure
made of the unrealily of the imperial triple alliance,
are still too fresh in the memory of all who took
part in it to efface the feelings produced and per-
mit the l-ast faibh in a revival of it except as a
sham. The change in the Government of England
may affect the relations which existed between Aus-
tria, Germany and Eniand], but it cannot affect
the undistanding hWtzeen Austria and Germany,
which, by its very nature, excludes third parties,
and which .as frramCed for the defense of their com-
mon intertest. Even if interests were at-
tacked, the ti;t step likely to be taken would not
be to lor the accession of a third party, but
to draw (he ties riosir between the two powers so
as to be reiyv to nact c-.cording to circumstances,
and to look around see where kindred inter.
ests mi.'ht be met '.vith in the special question at
issue. The interests of England and Russia in the
Eastern Questic.n much further than those
of Austria and Gcrmniny:. They extend to India
and Centmal Asia, and the antagonism between
them there is as likely to raise an international
question as th.t en the Bospborus, and no doubt it
would be Goand in the. interests of Austria and of
Germany to 'spouse the quarrel of one or of the
other. The que:-tion of the balance of power in the
Mediterranean has ,ilo on!y a subordinate interest
for Austria acn Germany, and in the struggle over
it they might remain neutral or incline to one side
or the other as they found most, conducive to their

SIMLA, May 5.--'he Indian Government have
sent a dispatch to the Marquis of Hartington, Sec-
retary of State for India, showing that thecost of the
Afghan war will probably exceed the estimates by
the sum of 4,000,000. The dispatch declares that
the Military Dieparlmc'rn is solely blameable for the
mistake. They believed the estimates sufficient,
and advised their adoption by the Financial De-
SIMLA, May 5.-A minute of the member of the
India Council for the Mililtary Department and a
memorandum from the Military Accountant-Gene-
ral explain the manner in which the estimates were
framed, and the reasons why the Military Depart-
ment believed them sufficient and officially recom-
mended the Fina.nce Department to adopt them.
The minute declares that the Military Department
were entirely responsible, that they failed to forsee
that it would be necessary to purchase instead of
hiring means for transportation ; that it would be
necessary to send to the frontier supplies greatly
exceeding in quantity the actual requirements of
the troops in the field : that they failed to take into
account the enormous advance in the prices of grain
and other supplies in consequence of the famine
and that higher wages were paid laborers and camp
followers on foreign than on ordinary service. The
prolongation of the war beyond the time anticipa-
ted, the necessity of erecting defensive works at
various points, and the necessity of frequently re-
newing worn out means of transport are pointed
out as further items not taken into account. The
despatch declares that the condition of the Indian
finances, apart from war, continues thoroughly sa-
tisfactory, and the estimates of the revenue have
been realized ; that the general financial position
is as good as described in the budget statement,
and that but for the war there would have been a
surplus of 4,000,000 both in 1879 and 1880.

The Opu, '..:.- in andabout Uabul-End of the Rum-
pa Rebellion- .'i;' Condition of Cashmere.
LoNDON, May 3.-A ] dopatieb from, Cabul says:
"The military force 1::'.c now is agrin so trong
that any7 ':'* '" n can be undertaken, and it is
likely ih,-r ;' w;': be reqi,(-!d. The country has
now been wV1",o1, a verL',:d government for 18
mon!bh, and the rural population is in a very dis-
orderly state. Thbp p.ipu!ation of Cabul, compris-
ing partisans of "'e diff.-rent -,hdara, is always
redly for an excitement."
A idepatch from Cabul sar-s : Some surprise is
felt here that General Stewart I-f. no orlion of his
dirvisi'n at GT'azni, h ich is a place of considerable
political, if not military, impor!nnc and the pos-
session of ,which gives a certain prestige, as has
Le.en l.i?17 seen, to any cipprsing faction which
may occupy it. TbL. Sirdar Mohammed Alam
Khan, who co-ori?'eed with General Stewart after
the battle o. April 19, will act as Provisional Gov-
ernor of Ghizni and the surrounding district until
affairs in Afghauisl.a are settled."
A despatch from Calcutta says : The Rumpa
rebellion is now practically ended. Very few of
the rebels remain in arms, and the villagers are
helping to hunt them out.
"Affairs in Cashmere are in a very bad state.
Its government is rotten to the core, and the pro-
blem of reforming it will be one of the first sub-
jects which will occupy the attention of the new
Viceroy of India." The correspondent intimates
that the Government would, before now, have taken
steps for the assumption of the direct control of
affairs in Cashmere (meaning the deposition of the
present ruler) had not its hands been full of more
important matters. Besides gross abuses in the
administration, it is reported that the Maharajah
of Cashmere is suspected of carrying on correspon-
derce with Russia.
Movements of the British Forces--Moosa Khan and
Mahomed Jan Surrender.
LONDON, May 3.-A Bombay coi respondent says
Gen. Stewart has spnt 1he Ghazni field force through
Logar Valley to open communications with Kabul.
A dispatch from Saidabad reports that Moosa
Khan and Mahommed Jan have surrendered to the
Governor of Ghazni.
A dispatch from Kabul says: "Gen. Ross's force
has reached Argandeh, and Gen. Roberts has met
Gen. Stewart at the same place. The rest of the
Kandahar force are t.i ebing through Logar Valley
to settle that district. Th1 leading priests and ho-
gar chiefs have submuitt,'d. One hundred Kohistan
chiefs have been sent home after guaranteeing the
safetyof two Sircars whom ".he British intend to send
A later dispatch fror. Kabul says : "The whole of
Gen. Ross's force hans arrived. Gen. Stewart has
taken charge, Gen. Roberts retaining a divisional
command. Two natives have on a mission to
Abdurrabman Khan."
A dispatch from Kabul says the Government is
inclined to favor Abdurrahman Khan as Ameer,
but great caution is necessary. A mission will be
sent. to meet him at Kundaz.
A dispatch from Calcutta says: Owing to the
aspect of affairs in Afghanistan, the reserve division
of Bombay troops is about to be mobilized and sent
toward the Kandahar line. The Kaharajah of Ul-
war has written to the Government, offering to bear
the entire cost of maintaining a native regiment of
Afghanistan Volunteers, and his own personal ser-

Sold Declaration by a Socrilijt in the Reich.:,htg-Ab.
ridging the Rights of Free Cities.
BERLIN, May 5.-In the debate on the Anti-So-
cialist bill in the Reichstad, yesterday, Herr Hassel-
mann made a declaration of his political creed,
which caused considerable commotion. He said
that in Ruaia Yhe iMnarchiats had ride against Je-.-
potisu; iu Frauce the Commune had done so,- and
he hoped the G(era.'i working men would fulloiw
their eaminpl.. He said he identified hiiseulf with
the energftic r V-hitioanary feeling oi the people and
regretted that. .l':e before in the Reichorag it was
denied on thei par~t of rhe SocialiAts that they had any
conictip n *withL the anarchists. HIe declare.
ed that ho a:a-pte'e tbo counecti'', tut that he
spoke, -1 con:.':. .uu ily fr bhimsell, not huowing Low
far his c:),'aue,- agreed with himn. He wa1 Lhe ..i ,
convinced that. the !)elief was gaining ;gro ud!!!. among,
the people that the- Jsa of Parliamtni, tai p.4lnver-
ing were ov,-r. For ihese tIftterai'c .H-rr Ha~sel.r
mann was called to order.

Montent :ro thre,,ain..'the I'rlte -A COnflict beta cen
Rutedo' an.d /.'h.a J.on id.rrs Cert i n.
Lon,:-::', May 4.--A dispatch from Con.stin'ino.
ple sa;-: Ac.'..rdin~ to trutwot thIy intelligenc,'e
received fr',,,', the Pr since of MontQ ',en.!r.)
decl.i'..s l the band whichh have taken possession of ile eva-
cuated territory, nnd that if ;'ar, unuortun:,-'iy. ,.*
necessary, it will be declt!ared against tht Tauri.'b
Government, which is the real author of the re'st-
ance to the execution of the convention. This ac-
cusation of complicity on the part of the Turkich
authorities with the leaders of the Albanian agita-
lion, is fully confirmed by intelligence from Scutt.r.
It is there an open secret, that the resistance to the
advance of the Montenegrin troops was organized
by Hadji Osman Pacha and HodoBey, beh officers
in the Turkish service, and in intimate relatiorv
with Izzl t Pasha, Governor-General of the Pro-

A correspondent at Berlin says: A well-in-
formed St. Petersburg correspondent writes me that
war between Russia and China is nearly certain.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4.-According to private
advices from Shanghai of April 7 from a British
source, the treaty with Russia has been entirely re-
jected. The rendition of Ill is claimed without
conditions, and Yso is to invade and occupy that
district. Munitions of war were going north, and
Prince Li had authorised the engagement of foreign-
ers in the Army and Navy. The Loo-Choo diffm-
culty between China and Japan had been amicably
arranged and shelved in view of the approaching
trouble with Russia, and it was even reported that
the Japanese would assist China in case of war with
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 4.-The Ambassadors have
presented a note to the Porte asking for a categori-
cal statement whether it intends to occupyy the
ceded positions in Albania and hand them over to
the Montenegrins.

LONDON, April 28.-A dispatch from St. Peters-
burg says: "The workman Shevitch, arrested for
causing the explosion in the Winter Palace, on the
17tb of Feby., and who is reported to have confessed
the deed, left the St. Petersburg University in 1870)
He was known there as entertaining visionary
schemes. After leaving the university he associa-
ted himself with the revolutionists, and, in accord-
ance with their frequent habih, learned a trade in
order more readily to influence the working classes.
He was known at the palace as a clever carpenter,
and has been recognized by some of the officers of
the palace for whom he worked.
Another dispatch from St. Petersburg says :
6" The churches of the Old Believers, which have
been closed for 40 years, will be now opened in pur-
suance with the measure passed by the Committee
of Ministers and returned with imperial assent, re-
moving the disabilities of the Old Believers and
other religious dissenters in Russia."

ST. PET.e'..rnfln, Ap. 1 2'.-'"- official informa-
tion has yet been pulis'h"d re.-,,' -r'in, the capture
of T'~ e Agjrce Russe m .i it mauy be pos-
itively ',ffirm.."1 l fit. the -p.-. of his capture is un-
List of the Prime Mlinri t-.r- :" ::Sn'il since 1762,
which is worth pre-v'ilon "r ~ errice. The re-
signation of the Duke of Nc .,,t in 1762 ended
the lo';g rule of the W ,'-.; ,.;: bii bad contin-
ued unintvrrupte.lly from : :h of Queen Anne.
1762-E.rl of Bute.
1763-George Grenville.
1765-Marquis of R.P:. .'-I
1766-Duke of G,:-'to.
1770-Lord North.
April, 1782-MJrquiI.-, r ~ .,,,m, died in office.
June, 1782-Ear! of Sheltrue.
Mar., 1783-Duke of Por'iv,.l.
Dec., 1783-William Pitt,
1801-Henry Adding:;-n,
1804-William Pitt-:. 3 in office, Jan. 23,
1806-Lord Greuville.
1807-Duke of Por.lftd.
1809-Mr. Perceval-assassinated.
1812-Earl of Liverpool.
April, 1827-Mr. Canning, died.
Aug., 1827-Viscount Goderich.
1828-Duke of Wellington.
1830-Earl Gray.
May, 1884-Viscount Melbourne.
Nov., 1834-Duke of Wellington (temporary ap-
Dec., 1834-Sir Robert Peel.
1835-Viscount Melbourne.
1841-Sir Robert Peel.
1846-Lord John Russell.
Feby., 1852--Earl of Derby.
Dec., 1852-Earl of Aberdeen.
1855-Viscount Palmerston.
1858-Earl of Derby.
1859-Viscount Palmerston, died, October
Oct., 1865-Earl Russel (Lord John).
1866-Earl of Derby.
Feby., 1868-Benjamin Disraeli-resigned, Decr,
2, 1869.
Dec., 1868-Wm. E. Gladstone.
Feby., 1874-Earl of Beacousfield (Disraeli.)
1880-Wm. E. Gladsione, re-appointed.
In looking over the foregoing list, it will be no-
ticed that William Pitt held office much longer
than any Prime Minister before or after him, that
the average tenure of office bas been five years to
each, and that five Prime Ministers have died in

Lord Selborne, the new Lord Chancellor of Eng.
land, brings to that office not only rare abilities as
a lawyer and a statesman, but also the valuable ad.
vantage of experience. The confidence put in him
by his superiors, and the estimation in which he is
held by the public, are shown by the fact that this
is the third time the Great Seal has been offered to
him, though only the second time that he has ac-
cepted it. When the Liberals returned to power
under Mr. Gladstone, in December, 1868, Lord Sel-
borne, then Sir Roundell Palmer, declined the Chan-
cellorship, which:was offered to him, for the reason
that he was not in full accord with the new Minis-
try on the Irish Church question. With the Cab-
inet, he was in favor of disestablishment, but he did
not agree with it on the quest!cn of disendowment.
A statesman of less principle would not have let
this scruple prevent him from taking so great a prize.
On other leading questions of the day, he gave effi-
cient support to the Ministry, and when Lord
Halherly, by reason of failing eyesight, gave up the
Great Seal in the autumn of 1872, the Irish Church
question having then become a matter of the past,
Sir RoundEll accepted the Chancellorship. At the
same time he was raised to the peerage by the title
of Baron Selborne, of Selborne, in the County of
Southampton. He remained in office till the Glad-
stone Ministry gave way to that of Disraeli, in Jan.
i",7 when the Great. Seal was transferred to Lord
Cairns. The name of Sir Roundell Palmer has
becrn maEdc widely known in this country by his ap-
pearance as counsel of the English Government be-
fore ihe Geneva Tribunal for the arbitration of the
Alabatn". claimed. For his services in connection
witli this Latter it hal been said that he refused to
accep! a fee of ;:01,)1i, ,offered to him by his Gov-
ornmer.t--an instance of conselentiousuess none too
common among lawyers. The new Chancellor was
born ii 1812 at Mixbury, in Oxfordshire, where his
fatlier, the late Rev. William Jocelrn Palmer, was
for many year< Rector. He graduated a, Oxford,
where he took several prizes and won the Ireland
bchGl'irehip and the Eldon law scholarship. He
was called to the Bar at Lincolu's inn in 1837, and
alter pcactising with much success as a Chancery
i.-.riter, he was created a Queen'sCounselin 1849.
.-i a Liberal Conservative he represented Plymouth
i. Paiiament from 1?47 to i,532, when he failedof
re-eleclion, and from 1853 to 18.57, when he did not
again stand as a candidate. In July, 1861,though
rno then a member of Parliament., be succeeded Sir
William Atherto, as Solicitor-General under Lord
Fdmerstone's A'irai'istration. He was then knight
.d, and was soon after elected to Parliament from
Richmond. On the d.aih of S'i William Atherton
'a October, 18.3, he agaia succeeded him, this time
j A.tto"ney-General, wbicrl office he held until the
dissolution of Lord John Russel's Ministry in 1866,
Lord Selborne married, in 1SiS, Lady Laura Wal-
degrave, daughter of the eighth Earl Waldegrave,
by whom he has had several children. He edited

* The Book of Praise, from the best, English Hymn
writers," published in 1862, and in 1863 he receiv-
ed the honorary degree of Doctor of Civil Law from
Oxford University. He is regarded as a deliberate
but, notsa timid law reformer.--'ew York Times,
April 28.

Our merchant shipping has naturally aundergmne a
great change during the last twenty years, steamers
largely superceding sailing vessels, as might well
have been anticipated. An official return lately is-
sued gives some interesting facts as to the position
occupied by sailing vessels au:3 steamers respectively
iu each of the last twenty years, and of the number
of men and boys employed.
The main result brought out is a relative falling off
in the number of sailing ships, and a more than pro-
portionate increase in steamers. The number of the
former, employed both in the home and the foreign
trade, diminished from 19,090 in 1860 to 16,449 iu
1879, the tonnage being 3,852,245 in the first year to
3,918,676 in the last. The height of prosperity for
our merchant sailing rfi-et was iu 1865, since which
year there has been a marked falling off. On the
other hand the number of steamers has augmented
from only 929 in 1860 to 3,580 last year, and the ton-
nage from 399,494 to 2,331,157.
These figures show the growth ip the size of ves-
sels in that period, the aggregate tounage of the sail-
ing ships being greater, although the number is near-
ly one-fourth less; and the enormous expansion of
the entire mercantile marine. An increase of about
sixfold in the tonnage of the steamers means more
than a similar increase in sailing vessels would im.
ply, for the effective power of a steamer as a carrier
may be three or four times that of a sailing vessel, as
the former will make three or four voyages to one
of the other.

A fire at Palma Soriano, near Santiago de Cuba,
has destroyed 100 habitations, and many families
are in distress.

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