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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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: VID00020
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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I' THf


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 20.-Vol. LXIZI. STi-TE.SURER VIAS ANTTQUAB 2s. per xa3.


IflAssiltoI1, Be9ssimda, Tuesday, .flay I S, 1 SSO.


99TH DUKE OF EDIN-
BURGH'S REGIMENT.

THE ATHLETIC SPORTS
WILL TAKE PLAC'E (Wethe permitting)
On the Cricket Ground,
Prospect,;


ISth MAY, 180.
STEWARDS-Lt.-Colonel WALKER, Captain
MolR and Captaini HILL.
JUDGES-Captain KENNEDY, Captain COT-
TON, Lient. HARFORD.
STARTERS-Lieut. PAYNE, Lieut. JOHNSON,
Lieut. FISC'i[ER.
COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT The
STEWA.,DS, SERnT.-AJOR all:. COLOR
S.EiE. ANT.
The BAND (of th,.' 1ogi.egnt will peTrformi dunr-
iv tO:- Ati *rnooin.
If Wet on the ,,;i ;..np.1, the Sports will take
,-nac,- t'. ,'xt tfinel day.
May 8, l.' 0.

hR E WLA A b 1 )!

WITHEREA, on tihe -ight of the
-T rhirsra,'. TWO MAiABLE HEAD
STONE. in St. Jn 'n'.' h'h],:.'ivard. were wil-
fully ani mali,''u, i,- y )-D'' n':-i by some (person
unknown. Thi.n i, ,' :,-.-v, !:tiv.t e that a. very
LIBERAL l;EW.\r :~ ,.:.l i. 1ail to, any per-
son giving .anli irlia ma tion as will lead to the
conviction of the ..id Offeuinr.
MOR]I S A. M. FRITII,
THOSE. D. MIDDLETON.
Clrel W1airdens'.
Pembroke Parish, 10th I.lay, 18O.-3
The following squib went the rounds in Dublin
with reference to the defeated Sir A. Guiane.s, the
stout brewer :-
The fair Eblana" has Sir Arthur Guinness"
named,
In him a stout su- porier she will surely find,
For double ex-celler,'e hi't family are tnam'.d
Ye voters,then, to hiii, y.,ur faithful pledges hind.

A Rare .Jhance!

Whale Bay Farm. For Sale.

NE of the lirg:-'- ;nild 1inost convenient l"'rms
S in Bermuda, ,, I.e sold on very i'imoderate
terms, if applied for at oi.ce.
All particulars can be obtained on application to
S. A. MASTERS,
Front Street, I-amilt,,n,
Or to GEORGE 0. WHITNEY.
Hamnilton, May 11, 18S0.--2

Notice.

DIVERS and all other Persons
Saro hencerf th cauiti ned against It '-
MI(_VING ai;y portion 0f'
The iiull or Appurten-
ances
Of the 1 IluI! f theL auken ; ST'EAMSliilP
l KATE," belonin, to lihe Subscriber. Pai--
ties foundi s' oflacidi a, will I e punished accord-
ing to Law.
J.IS. DA IRELI.
St. Ceor c ,. B,'-, ii ',. i r0, --2

Will b'e ,.,, lo ca.. vhini, men who wish tc
i- pr :;l'are' f.r ti:e IPrc'& ifnai' l' .ii minu iiuatiois at the
I iriv'rsities
Greek, Latin, and the Elements of
Mas hlematics,
!Ie will also give Let MAN, i'[;,EN'!i, 1 .Ni.1I and ITA.LI.N.
Tei'ns 3 per Q,'arle, andl less foir classes.
CHASE "IHIELE.
Ilanilton, MI ay I1, i 8 O.

Noti e.


FOR DE.IIE J
'To [Return Dift


For the ( Construction of a TANK
At the Hamilton Hotel,
Will be ree-ivted by the Proprietor until
nooln of

The 20th Inst.,
From Pers-onl willing to excavate
and build a


Full pnrticulai can be obtained ,in1 applica-
ti,.on t,
G. A. FAINHIAM,
Prolpietor. Ha riilton Hotel.
Homilton, Mnay li 1 0.

At Wigan, in the recent Parliamentary election,
a g're.it leaper was brought to Lord Linrlsgy, and
he was eh.alleng'd to 2omprpte with him iat, the
b,.'d ijump. This new fo'rm rt hecklin&'" might
have alarmed some candida.'es, but Lordi Lindsay,
w-ho can do a good many things besides watchb tran.
sits of Venus was equal to the occasion, and easily
vanquished the local champion without even taking
off his heavy great coat. The admirers of this new
sort of athletic politics i:Lstantly promised him their
votes, and be was retura_,d at the. top of (bthe poll.
Thus Lor]. Lindsay, a second Curtius, sav'id Wig-
an from Iadlicalism by a lan.p.


f, F T t E

Of the G. U. c o. v1 O. F., i:ritt,., ,


In nt~ 1, : 1 iv


()Bl the 'Q-4 rI uiSt.
In i.:One 0-F'elllokv8 LHall,
A


In heialf f Oin f u tD;LjJ' b3iildinri~ c; torw'ami ii'
There. willIbe for k incAith." IeeI
Crwuuam, e, -'Coflhi, &.; &c.~C.
'a. %ill ')e uope'n a! 3 (A'ckb -.
Admuuission td. CihilJIr. ii 211.


Ci oiet. ili,ol ?H.Qf

1-~ihit'mn ivi'vI S AM UE 1,H.'-R-P(


A .1 N E W S TORBeJ


A New Store
For Lovers of fine TEAS,


FEES, pure SP
cellent TaBle


I


iect.


THIlE IIRIGT.

T. H. A. Pitt,
YouNs, luster,
WILL SAIL Fu~t THE .', )Vf. 'I'T

About 1st of Jmwne
Next.
For Freight ald i:s3age please m:ike e:,rly
application to
THoS. H. PIT'1'.
Hamilton, May 10, 1880.-3


C


ICES ani e
BU'TTE ER,


30 F -
Ix-


riIIF-,' Uw :3 ciipe d ha'.'in]L'per-ed a fin.-, l~(;!')
: R~ 0'1-, 'O s.-Olivui s It he pl Iron[I i-c Of
ever vhody 'i.ho xiwi :e to l hi tre ti:iest -L'radt-
of 12r(5eet.. 1X.ei l a N 10c;; cit r.1130on a[lde r~a tv,
LaraiLides s,!Itced ary Fl i ;t ne I I am s,
laeon -alexca* IE M T Iable But ter ; alIso tun-Str*
pa' sed C'm irlBnatil F lom- c. Cuiiuo
and be couiviii. c'iib tthier 'art) no fi ner (. C od
to lhe found than aac
11 0. R E CHT,
PNrrianent Sltrei', nI-Ytto vItll'ounii HlI.,use..
Fland ItouUn. ~ y I I, I kS,00. -3mn. ~

Ahbrse. biscuit. Is het-, r f!tr' in 11hi-ia
WLtQlakbP OI 1, A ut1,IC of Cr tiheld
aj nd salt, arnd is foli *eb in diaw *en A d1.1y's
ration viiefl.-tis about fouar pouirlis, nuti is crjulal to
ten pounds of oat.Th 'Le harises lilo tih bi Ascuits
when soaked in water, mid if feil ec~lusiveMy on
tI~en, t Oug .y looe ihflesh are ,tihl f1t for' fn-
tiguing wofk.

i occ e


TPH E Undersigned strictly forbids
d ii'., er;:ou 'Iribotunrtu tn ijy.i.;" -r
Creditirng his WIFf, ,UTf'i ',aNN J.1-'K.SN
(believed to be insane) she having left her home
without anuy just nae'.sn.
THe)'OMIAS JA.CKSON. .
Paget, May H, 28t).- pd.


~~eeuedby the 8, S.
Be --'i U (a
FR, 0(A NE \V Y ([CRK,
(iAt the Royal (Ja~zette Stationery
I Stor'e
AFew of the Great 1.5 PUZZLE
M an-,:mardm.nmd rIo J Q.(i' uarts, Phint, 'ii


L'n,~ N tunja n CQ

Library.
Iffauiiltouill May 11th, 1880)


Notice.

S IIE Suliscriber requests that all DIMINIAN DS
against her be rendered by the 20lh instant
for exaninatiion and settlement.
ISABELL,\ S"ON.
Hamilton Parisl, 7th1 May, 1880.

Entertainment.


ICE CREAM FESTIVAL
WI\'LL BE GIVEN ON THI
19th and 20th Instant,
IN 'T'IIE P Gi'T SCHOOL ROOM,
By the Pagetl Members of the FRI l \LE CHA-
RITfA BLE UNION SOCIETY,
In aid of the Pepairs about to be effected L
the said S'chool ltoo,)m.
lihe lfoza:t'-; Favorite Iand till be in at-
terlainacC.
)oor, open .At 7. Entert:uiuent to com-
nieutIcC at 7'30.
A dmiis-iol G(.
ELIZ\ 0!'Ti'l UTTERFIEL)D,
Se.l \li V'Ell.S,.


~'gt,' n I l .0.-2


Managers.


DII A Frs ON


Ri,.' 1v*


Say ward & Co.
F. 1). S. NASH,
31 Front street.


ian iltor, :1;,ar.c;, *2o l'I 0.--t f
-- -- -- --- ----
Adalm \V, Winer was about the most popular old
nman in Gallipolig, Obio, but he was a confirmed
swearer. The community was frequently shocked
by his languao, but lik-.d him f.r his kindly heart.
His nephew Philip, owed him a grudge, and look
adruntage of his failing to injure him. Whenever
he cursed outrageously before witnesses, Philip had
him arrested and fincI under the law against pro-
fanity. This went on for several year. At length
the Justice before whom the case came refused to
iunlici, another fine. Philip was neaddened by the
Lilure of his old device, and killed the old man on
the ulpot with a pistol.

WVanted Itmmediately,
A ufOD P'LITN CO K.
,o,)ml W'ag, s given.
pply, MrtS. SCOBELL CL \PP, H. :M
I)ocklyard.
Ma'y llth, Is80.--2


KEROSENE.


FOR SaLE,
BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
A few Barrels of


150 and 175 Test,
J. T. i)0ARRE LL & CO.
HIlamnilton, M:,y J, 1SS0.
During a recent performance in theTeatro del Cir.
co at Madrid a madman forced bis way into the house,
armed with a hatchet, and contrived to climb from
the auditorinii upon the stage, where, brandishing
ais weapon furiously, lie announced himself to the
terrified audience a4 "the Avenaer of Mankind."
All attempts to remove hi-m having proved in vain,
and his fury momentarily increasing a detachment
of soldiers received the ,irder to load with ball and
rite upon him. A mi.inute later the wretched man
lay a corpse, upon the stage, hre-3 bullets having
pa33Ad thrcnugj his head and, this highly sensati..
onal dramatic episode having been thus brought to
a close, the audit'ceo retirn-d (t their places, from
which they h-d fled in terror when the madman
made his first aind last appearance upon the stage,
and the evening's per'fortuances were resumed at the
point at which they had been interrupted by Man.
kind's Avenger."

Dressmaker & Iilliner.

1i 'ANN SMITH takes this
I- opt iortuni'y of thaiiking her Lady I'n-
t0 on; fur the liha:.rd patronage they have ex-
tendel Iow.Hd.I i-i, mnid bhegs to i'lform tiiem
hlat slhe h:' rfmrovetl her place of Business to
the Stores under
The photographh Gallery of Mir,
Rogan,
North-Ei.st Corner ulo Church and Burnaby
Snteets, where all Orders will be thankfully
ree-ivtd and strictly attended to.
I !AT,: and BONNET'S' made and trimmed at
Slhortmst notice,.
ilaimilton, May 4, 1880.

Notice

-
'h Ye pstanirs loons
Oi'f te .,i-C ~'om. Front and Qui.: Stree
,of ;I,~i Town. Apply to
SAM L. CHA PMAN.
Hamilton, 26th April, 1880.


I
1


Notice.

.1 GOOD CHIA.NCE.


The Undersignel offers to Sell
hiis En tire
S I OCK-in- TA.lDE,I
GOOD-WILL anii FIXTURES,
As tlicy now stand at N(-@s. 3 &. 5 Queen Stret.
For further particul.us npply to the Under.
signed immediately.
t. iR. T'HOMP,'sON.
Hamilt;on, May -4t, 1850.*

IIAY! HAY!!

A Choice Lot in Quarter Bales, ex
'* I 'bN Y f PARKER ,"
WVil! be sold low for CASH.


Apply t:)


S. S. INGHAM.


April Gth, ISS0.
Several of the Austrian Officers engaged to re-
organize the Persian army have resigned, and
others contemplate doing so. If the army ha'l to
march on Ilerat, it would, as twenty years ago,
have to support itself by plunder, there being no'
commissariat or ammunition reserve. Other reforms
are also playthings taken up to-day and rejected to
morrow. The Paris engineer who experimented
with gas and (be electric light had been dismissed
on hisin'imation that gas lighting would cost money,
3o that the newly built gasorueter will prove useless.
The postal service, after going well for a time is
drifting into Persian ways.


mr%
41 r a
LIAM
i7 _='n
9WOM
TL-Jmql




Lu
PERW


You'll never Forgive Yourself if
you don't Read Tis !

1iMUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE!!

ITHE' MARVELLOUS ORGUINETTE!
['he Needharn Cabinetto!!
THU PHONOGRAPHIC PIANO!!
T-! Pil'IOG\iiPHIC ~ORNET' OIL
TI'UMPETT'O !!
N these ninuivalled Musical lustrnments all
IMusir, sacredd and Secular, past and pre-
senf, ca;n 1be perf'r.-med without auy knowledge of
ii'c het, be r i. ,iii ed oai the part of the performer.
A child may handle them and perform the most
intricate Operatic Air,' or the simplest melody,
will no. exactness that cannot be excelled by
l'r.Ce-s.,ore of 3!usir, for they never make incor.
rc,:t ti,1e or fal.e notes. These Instruments
:wi,'iii the people by the excellence of the
mun e. the he.'auty o!' design. simplicity of action,
dur;l.:;itY .aid cheapness, which places within
the reach of :ill, unich pleasure at small cost.
The tliii,- r un ior e.! is equal to an orchestra of
fn, pie-.-. The *.:'. nd is dnuile the size and
power ( )of ti: flir-t, auil will furnish dance music
that canr;-inot be equalled. Tunes of your own
*. 'ice iurnisihed ith every Instrument. Get
one andi haiav an iln.xhaustible source of amuse-
nmei.t. '.et one a n. you'll never regret it.
Reed .IlIA'.NS, ACCORDEONS, FLU.
T'IN.w, FtL)1)LE', BANJOS, HARPS aud
oth,-rs, too numerous to mention here, at aston-
ishlingly low prices.
Orders promptly foi warded by the Sole Agent
for [ 'r', t! ,
J S. THOM.\iAS AN)DERSON,
N.>. Metropolitan lotel, Hamilton.
ApiJil 20ith, 1 .0.
In Carlow the Lady Mayoress of Dublin cauvawa-
ed for b'r husband, 51r. Gray, under thevery noses
of the Cone vratlive landlords. In the same county
night chbools for the electors were established, in
which ;hey were instructed in all the technicalities
of votis .-. Blaek.uordd were put up with the names
of the c.andid:ies written on them, and the voters
we:e lby thbei taught one by one bow to mark their
ballots, eacb man being called up, and obliged to
set his cross against Mr. Gray's name to the exclu-
sion of all the others. The result was that there
were only three spoild ballots among tbose ast fo
the Lord aMaayor.

Lime Lime !! Line !!!


FORl SILE.
About 3,000 Bushels good
Stone


Visa



(Wld
fe**
fSS
0D
Ldidl


'1


AN AMLERI.CAN
Re fri oe ra tor,
r'0 L s E,
FOR r1ALE,
Fr.ii 119 New Bond Street, London, in good
order; can be had at a IKargaiii. Well adaptedI
for an Oificers Mes-, Canteen, or an Iiotel.
ALSO,
A Self-Acting Turning LATH E,
quite new, lat. ly im ported 1'roui ,l and, a
iKare Chanie to Jewellers and iachiist,.
luformnation at, f rdled on a) np !ic.i.i..n t1ie
I3 Royal Gazette" OWicLe.
l.hh Aprii, IS.'0.
The Duchess of Marlborough has declined to re-
ceive a testimonial" for her energy in the work of
Irish relief, on the ground that she has simply done
her duty and desires no reward for it.
The Master of the Rolls has sustained the Naval
and Military Club in its expulsion of a Mr. Skip-
ton, who bad been expelled from the Hanover
Square Club for winning .7,000 at card siu the
club and had concealed te fact on being Mpoposed
for the former club.

l lenry Brinker & (o.,


Nos, 5, t & 7 P'roduce Avenue, 'WVest Wash-
itgtion lacker, New York.
Cash paid -;,r Bermuda Produme. Consigrn-
ments solicited.
Represented uin ermnuid;. by
Johis P. Galt'it,
Front' Street, Hamilton.
It EFERi-'.C-ES:
R. L. Ei .o-,'A r, s, Pi e-'-'..!t n ,nulal iaank,
State <,E" N-w York.
V. "". Shu`1%W;, o.f',Ro:'- ,.ii;. Ot' loi '. RO-
clioste_'l, li,-w Y d! ,
The Brad. -ti' car .ile agency.
Refer 1' ;her to al s1,spoi.s.'le BLsin..ss
Houses in our line in thi- ity.
New York, March! 1 th, 6S0.


Hard


Warranted.
P,.iv. red in Hamilton or St. George's at one
-hillin pIer Bushel.
Orders left with MR. JOHN T.T. JACrKSON,
I1:1riltoin; JoriN TrHOMAS 'URNaER, "Model
Farn,'." nii:pto,,n ill, Smith's Par:sh ; or Tno-
MALIs TiIEn.E, I_',oper's Hlill "* Horne Farm,"
I lIwalhotni IParish, will meet with prompt atten-
I ion.
i ...'i 27, 7 ISS0.
The wrought-iron tube for the tunnel between
New York and Jersey city, under the Hudson river
will acquire a shipment of three carloads a week for
three years. IL is being made in Erie, Penn., and
will cos about. $700,000.
Iu bui ding- Boston's big sewer it has been neces-
sary to go 140 or 150 feet below low water level to
reach tL, ulaie through which the tunnel, seven feet
in d;am(-tor and a mile and,a half long, will convey
the ,-rage under the water beyond the reach of the
tides. About $1,000,000 has already been spent in
constructing this sewer, and it is expected that
2.0),0),!00 ~)mor will be required to complete it.

MlYEr R'S PARISIAN

("CREAAM
.\LV'AYS, ON HAND,
It L.:lv; acknowledged to be the finest ICE
C II \E I ever manle, and for the convenience of
my Customers will put it up in Fancy Boxes of
hail' pin, pint and quart. Warranted to keep
I hard as a rock.
Aluo for ,ale by the Pluhte at my Establish.
Inment.
S Cool SOl)A WATER all flavor, on draught.
As well as a full stock of Fresh CONFEC-
TIH)NERY .!a, s on hand.
E. A. MEYER,
East Broadway.
.Aprni .Odth, 18s0.--3m

S11usto1n House Entries
fN SALE at ihe Royal Gazette" Station-
cry t(re at the following rates:
100 Sets Large 8/4 Small Ditto 4/2
75 6/9 3/6
S 50) 5/ 2/6
1i 1/] 9d.
j 10d. 5d.
i "* 2,i. '" Id.
.-kL' ON HAND,
"^L: ; : ,l'.DI t;.'hiartr P.arie ;
,i,!. Xci anl o,' ia Dollars& Sterling
i i. C'erliiaes Uo.i-ls and .Iud meant
?-;.e Iisit, "11 kleement, IV' tS
: 'o;',' "-'*< > .o .. t orney
InJeniures, Parish and Comm)ii, &c., &c.
iHamilton, April z0, 1880.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light SLlaion at Bermuda, between the
9th and 16th lay, 1. i: height above the sea where
the Register is kept, being 246 feet.

Date. 6
Noon .I=
Noo -. 9- .General Remarks.
May Q ._ 2


180..



13
14
15
16


SE 3
s 3-
NE 4
N 6
NNV .5


72 30-170
73 :30-15n
73 30-610
72 29 -S50
67 '29"930
64 29-6301
61 29-S50


Fine, dry
Fine,
Fine,
Fine, cloudy
Thick, squ:illy, heavy
rain
Fine, cloudy
Vat able, squally


JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF.


Srmuti, a Iodal ( aettc.

H (Tmilton, JMIay IS, ISS0.

CUSTOM HOUSE-lIA MI LTON.
ENTERtED.
May 11-Barqiie Linder. FHu.hos, Liverpool ; 4S-l tons
coal for H. M. Government.
1:3-Schr. Meteor. Dunseombe, Harbadoes; sugar and
molasses.-Agent. Those. J. Wadeon..
17-Barque Sir G. F. Seymour, Watlington, London;
goods for meichlnts and government stores.-Agents,
J. H. Trimintham & Sons.
Mail Steamer Mluriel, Gilfoil. New York; assorted
cargo.-Agents. Trott & Cox.
Schr. Henry Parker. Collins. New York; assorted
cargo to John F. Burrows.
CLEARED.
May 13-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York ;
1,Q5-4. bls. potatoes, 15,74s, boxes onions, 6.:31 boxes
and 37 crates tomatoes, 15 boxes beets, 5 half brla.
arrowroot, and 1 pkee. brandy.
14-Sehr. Griffin, MeKirniey, Demerara; 1,1(7 blI. &
12 boxes potatoes. .7 boxes onions.
15-3-Brigt. Fram, Weisser. Demerara.
Schr. Lizzie Matheson.i McKay, New York; 6,077
boxes onions, 81 boxes tomatoes.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
May 11-Barque Medford. Patton. New York ; to
load kerosene from German Ship Bertha, now in
Castle Harbour.-Agent, John S. Darrell.
16-R M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax; English
Mail of 29th ultimo and general cargo.-Agent, J.
M. Hayward.
CLEARED.
May 15--R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica;
Mails ; onions and potatoes.
Schr. William Taylor, Cumminger, Halifax; phos-
phate, onions, &C.
PASSrNOETRS ARRIVED.
In the Royal Mail Steamer Alpha. on Saturday last,
from Halifax :-Miss Harvey. Surgeon-Major and Mrs.
Irwin, 5 children and maid, Lieut. J. S. Guille. 99th
Regt., and Mr. George Campbell. Second Cabin:-
Mrs. Ruxton, Mrs. Patton and 3 children, Miss Swain.
Mrs. Greene, J. Atherton, James Powell, Corporal
Robins. For Jamnica. Mr. R. M. Humphrey. Dtc.:,
one Lamp trimmer for H. M. S. Tormaline.
In the Steamer Mur.id, on Sunday from New York ;
-Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tucker. Dr. M'Crae. Rev.
S. Malone, Rev. J. Nilan, Rev. Those. Farrell, Meosrs.
J. H. Corrant, P. Van Nest, J. L. Trimingham, 0. L.
Dickinson, F. HI. Vandemar.
In the Sir G. F. e;toinoar from London :-Mr. H. L.
Smith. wife and children.
In the Meteor from Barbados :-T. M. Jones, Esqr.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda on Thursday last for
New York :-Mr. C. E. and Mrs. and Miss Nicholls,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Denistoun, Mrs. H. H. Denistoun,
Mr. John Canty and five Misses Canty, Master Canty,
Mrs. Eliza H. Pierce, Mrs. J. Murray, Miss Ella Mur-
ray, Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. John Sampells and
infant, Mrs. Southworth, Messrs. R. A. Tucker,
J. B. Wilkins, Vincent Godsiff. George Boyle, Geo.
Dnnsford, Masrter Tildensley.--2nd Cabin ; Edwin
Packwood.-Deck ; Frank Silva, John Sceon.
The Eli7za Barss leaves for New York to-morrow
morning.
The Brigt. Excedsior, hence at New York on 7th inst.,
and was to leave on return on Friday.
The Barque Sir G. F. Sei/mour, Captain Watlington,
in 35 days from London, arrived on Friday last.
The Steamer Solway, Captain Larkins, fiom Lon-
don *29th April and Dartmouth 1st May, arrived last
evening. The S. is the pioneer of the new Line of
Steamers to run between London, Bermuda and Nas-
Sau.
Caplnin Larkins will please accept our thal ks for a
couple of Plymouth papers of the 1st instant.
The Xordcap and the Ornen left Cardiff, for
Bermuda. the former on the 27th April, the latter on
s t h.
Captain Crowell of the R. M. Steamer Alpha, will
please accept our thanks for tiles of Halifax papers of
the 13th instant.

DEPARTURE OF THE ADMrIRAL.-HI. M. S. North-
ampton, bearing the Flag of Vice-Admiral Sir Leo-
pold MeClintock, Kt., F.R.S., left on Tuesday last
for Halifax and the Northern portion of his com-
mand.
We understand that H. M. S. Griffon, Comman-
der Boardman, leaves for Barbados on Thursday
next.

PnINCE LEOPOLD TO SAIL FOR AMERICA.-LONDON,
May 12.-Prince Leopoll will start for Canada on
Thursday in the steamer Sardinian. The young
Prince will be accompanied on his travels by his con-
stant friendly and confidant, Hlon. Alec Yorke, and his
private medical attendant, Mr. Rhyl. The party will
first go to Canada, staying for a short time with the
Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne. From
Ottawa the Prince and his suite will go to the States,
down We-st, touching at St. Louis Chicago aI'l then
to Cincinnati returning by way of Washington to New
York, which city his Royal Highnezs is particularly ea-
ger to see. The Prince will reach Newport in the sea-
son. It has been resolved to abanlon the original in-
tention of visiting Calilornia. It was the first inten-
tion of Prince Leopohi to be away on this tour some
twelve months, but lie has limited the duration of hlis
absence to about four months.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.


- DEAR MR. EDITOR,-In a letter which appeared
in your issue of the 11 Ith instant, over the signature
ot Mr. D. G. Lane, a misstatement occurs which I
think ought to be corrected. One would be led to
believe from the list of subseiibers that the Rev. .J.
Bellord gave 130 '9,9 towards Cemetery funds.
Such is rot the case, that money was subscribed l.y
the congregation-moreover as many are under the
impression that the ground was given for nothing,
it. misht be-as well to say that Mr. Lane received
75 for it.


Yours truly,


Hamilton, 17th May, 18S0.


J. CORBETT.


NEWFOU'TDLAND.-Sir Frerderick B. T. Carter,
K.C.M.G., the newly appointed Chief Judge of the
Suprtmn.? Court of Ne'wfoundlandl, was, on the ,"0th
iltirino, svomu in to :.'ct a;s Admini.-trator o;' le
Goverunmcnt duitu,- the m.Ls-'nae of iis Exelleurna
:-ir J. H. Glover, who left on that date on a visit to
England.
Robert J. Pinsent, Esq., Q.C., has been appoint.
ed Assistant Judge of the Supreme Court.


MEETING OF THE COLONIAL PARLIA-
MENT.
E A Proclamatiou by His Excellency thbe
Governor appoarsiu to-day's Giazete, convening thle
Colonial Parliament, for the dispatch of Public
Business. on Tucsday next, the 25th instant..

TRINITY CHURCH.


POSTAL NOTICE.-The steamers of the Allan Line
running between Liverpool and Nova Scotia, r.id
Queenstown, having ceased to be under contract
with the Canadian Government, mails ior New
Brunswick, NovaScotia, Prince Edward Island,and
Bermuda will no longer be forwarded by them, but
will be sent vid Londonderry. The mails for New
Brunswick, Nova Scota, and Prince Edward Island
will be made up in London every Thursday evening,
and those for Bermuda every fourth Thursday eve-
ning, commencing on the 29th inst.--fromn Times
of 21st April 1S0.

LOSS OF A STEAMER-FIVE BOAT LOADS
OF PASSENGERS ADRIFT.
LONDON, May 8.-The Unionu Steamship Com-
pany's mail steamer American, from the Cape of
Good Hope, for Southampton, foundered close to
the Equator on April 28, after breaking her main
shaft. The passengers and crew escaped in eight
boats. Three of the boats, containing fifty-four
persons, have been picked up, and their passengers
landed at Madeira. The five other boats when last
seen were making for Cape Palmas, Liberia. The
weather was fine. There was no loss (fi lire.

Qu'EENSTOWN, May -4.-A serious fracas occurred on
board U. S. ship Constellation, Sunday evening, while
tire ship was ci ..wJld with exc'ureie:'nistis. It appa.l.uI i
1hat thi I'.!I itit -I,:arl n prop:)?ed to have a dlant ?, but
thet c ioredl r:'ici.is r .'fus.i t') suppl,- the .usic,
\l\iL a row 'u.cd, :irnl blow-, \2i'e Ir'--lv exchaaLr I,
iron behal''tl. pin ii '!: :.,'ri(. w* ,i(pf.i it,..rs
rt on:.' timc ia.l;". v:':y v a us, 1.' u: the ,i.ticer's i i ,.
at>,.!v 'a .i'..l !li.- ;.i- u b .i c,. and! pj!i: e.! v .1i.l of th!,e
riangl., 2 ,i L.- u m ',r. rr, :.t. Co, -'id, ralbh. il,,.ii w:as
shed llv l (in c;'mb!,at it:ts : u,:il oiiecolhr,..d:-eaunia.n, during
the. conili ', fir. d .,[l a pi-tol, but, so far am know vn., no
one was injured by thie slior. Visitors are now pro-
hibited from boarding the vessel.


CANDIDATES CONFIRMED BY THE LORD
BISHOP OF NEWFOUNDLAND
During his recent visit to Bermuda.


St. George's Parish
St. David's
Smith's Parish
Hamilton "
Devonshire "
1-embrokeo "
Paget "
Warwick "
Soutiamtu. "
Sandy's "


OUR MAILS


males
t|
11
||
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FROM ENGLAND
FAX.


29 females
12 "
19 "
30 I
32 }ll
3286 115

42 }112
23 "
7 "
43 Ia

Total. 4103


VIA HALI-


A meeting of the Pew-renuters was held in Ttiu-
ity Church School Room on Friday last, at noon,
the Hon. John Harvey Darrell, C.M.G., in the
Chair. A letter from the Lord Bishop c'f New-
foundland and Bermuda to the Chapel Wardens,
was read, asking what stipend it was proposed to
allow the Minister of Trinity Church, and for what
period ? It was decided to make it 250 per ann.
for three years, dating from the Minister's arrival;
to allow 50 for travelling expenses if from Eng-
land, 25 if from the British Provinces; 25 for
return expenses should the Minister vacate with
consent of the Pew-renters before the expiration of
the term ; and to retain the resolves of 1S77, require.
ing the new Minister to conform to any changes
deemed expedient in the government of the Chturch,
and that the Pew-renters, in voting a salary, pro-
vide only for the ministrations in Trinity Church
without regard to any und-rstanding which may
be arrived at between theo Minister and the Rector
of Pembroke.
We have given insertion to a number of letters
bearing on the recent discussions to improve the
legal standing of Trinity Church, in order that
every opportunity might be afforded for the widest
diseus.ion. The Pew-renters have, we think, pru-
dently halted for the present, on receipt of the
i Rector's refusal to join them in petitioning the
Legislature tu alter the Constitution of the Church.
SThe forbearance of the Pew-renters will, we be-
lieve, prove beneficial in the long zun. It may be
that the new Minister, by inclination, will pull har-
Imoniously with the Rector, who from, past experi-
ence, may have learned a profitable lesson, and who
'expresses his own anxiety to make Trinity Church
as largely productive of good as possible. No
doubt the Pew-renters heartily ,wish that this may
be so, both for their own comfort, and the ad-
vancement in these Islands aof the Church of Eng-
land, to which they are warmly attached. Acting
on their past experiences and the judgment of tho
P.ish.-p. that thin mixf-d and anuonalous system cre-
ated by the Trust Deed has been found elsewhere
defective, and unwilling to create a new parish, or
make Trinity the Parish Church of Peruiroke, or
make the Mini..ter of Trinity the Rector's Curate
I in the united Parishes of P broke and Devon-
shire, the Pew-reuters almost unanimously agreed
to support a scheme, which would transfer thel
patronage of Trinity Church from the Rector to
the Bishop, and secure to the Bishop, when in resi-
dence, certain rights of participating in any ser-
vice and preaching on giving the Minister at least
one day's notice of his intention. It was found
impossible to carry out, these ideas in law without
adopting the phrase Cathedral, which was agreed
to with some dissent, more, from a disinclination to
use the word, than from any substantial objection
to the changes which would be involved in it.
The concluding section of the Trust Deed was
inserted, on the special suggestion of tihe able hand
which drew it, and it specially reserves to the Le-
gislature the power of making' Trinity the Parish
Church of Pembroke Parish, or of making any
other enactment respecting the endowing, sup-
porting, maintaining, and OOVERNING THE SAID
CHURCH, ITS MINISTERS AND OFFICERS, so that. the
said Church be exclusively appropriated and used
for the performance of Divine Worship and reli.
gious services, according to the doctrine, discipline,
rites and ceremonies of the United Church of Eng-
land and Ireland, as by law established, and to or
for no other use, intent or purpose whatsoever. It
seems to us that, under this clause, the Legislature
has the power to pass any legislation affecting
Trinity Church, provided that the structure is used
only for purposes of the Church of England. The
Pew-renters were desirous of petitioning the Le-
gislature for a Cathedral, the constitution clearly
defined in the prayer of the petition, which would
not have interfered with the Rector's rights in the
Parish, and the Bishop would certainly allow the
Rector every reasonable privilege in Trinity Church,
as a Cathedral. Five advantages seem apparent in
this Cathedral scheme.
1st-The probability of securing a more efficient
Minister by reason of the improved position.
2nd-The securing to the Bishop the powers of
officiating, which he does not now of right possess.
3rd-The existence of a Church within the Par-
ish, not having a cure of souls, without prejudice
to the Parish Church.
4th-The maintaining of the general character
of the Church, built in the capital and for the ben-
efit not only of Pembroke Parish, but of the whole
Colony. And in this connection not only must the
rented pews, but also the large per centage of free
seats be considered.
5th-The privileges which would be accorded to
thie Rector by the Bishop of holding special servi-
ces or of participating in ordinary services, without
irritation, and with advantage to the people.
The question before us is this, wthh Trinity
Cliurch as it is what can best be lone with it ?
We have heard it smilingly stated, cart Pembroke
Parish Church over to Trinity Church, and make
one Church of the whole-Parish Church and Ca-
thedralif you please. But, until Trinity Church is
made large enough to equal both Churches in area,
putting aside any other objections which seem not
a few, we cannot see our way to support the Ree-
tor's wish, to make Trinity Church the Parish
Church of Pembroke Parish.


posits and nitrate of soda i or salipetre, by Governnmen-
tal misman-'.gcment. Although the exisrtnceofl guano
hadi been Il.ng known to thi. n-rtive', it was not until
its great %.ilue an a feriliz, r was made known by
HumbolJt t.hat it become so -g;reat an el,.-nint of P'e-
ruvianu wealth and commerce. Ntutihstanding tho
eioirmous quar,:iiies exported, it was represented as
lnt or 3 .,O ,I 0f-t-i .;, still r-, n.1ii'..I.i u touched in the coun-
try. It seimls, however, now to be accepted as a fact,
that lie rich.et 1 ,d ol tho Chinclia Islands. near tho
coast b'-tween Callao and Piece. have been worked out
u.hiil.- the Guano found oi the Lobos I lands and the
(n-iretapi anid Mac.ibi I1i.nds, at unita Alta, Puerto
YnEle'-, Pabellon de Pica, andl oiher places on the
southern coamt. iq so interior i l quality that the dle-
.,'and h.: really Ini!'hn off. Thus, in 1 SG., the sail was
.':.,unt 57.5.)i.N t ror '-t it i ridually sank to 378,700
to'-s in 1.76, and f3tl",ii11-1a iii 1S77. a!'hough in 1878
it w'vn. r,i-oirrtcd at ;3"8,Ct0. Two years ago the amount
o! ep-p.'rtable guano in !U.anlill,,, Point Lob,'s, Pd.e.l-
lion ,.e Pica, and Chipana Bay was estimated at 1,-
800,000 tons, and it was predicted that the yield would
last only a few years.


It appears that no provision has been made in
the Dominion of Canada Estimates for fortnightly
steam communication between Halifax and Liver-
pool via Qiiou.-to.wn, a ser% ice which has lately
lieen performed by the Allan line from the end of
April to the middle of January, in connection with
the Newfoundland mail service, paid by that Gov-
ernment (the steamers calling each way at St.
.Johns, and during the Winter a branch wooden
steamer from Halifax maintaining the connection).
On the opening of the Intercolonial Railway, and
the Allan steamers being obliged to call at Halifax
to land and receive the mails during the Winter,
tlie fortnightly service, a continuation of the ori-
..iual Cunard contract, was discontinued during
the Winter, as unnecessary. During the season of
Gulf navigation the Allan line of steamers land and
receive the mails at Rimouski, a station on the
Intercolonial Railway, 191 miles from Quebec, 495
miles from Halifax.
The fortnightly steamers of the Allan line cou-
tinue to run to Halifax from Liveipool without
carrying a.mail, the Allan weekly steamers to Que-
bec landing the mails at Rimouski, which are con-
veyed by rail to Halifax. A notice in another col-
urn, clipped from the London Times and kindly sent
us, shows that the Bermuda mail.; via Halifax will
hb, despatched every fourth Thursday to Rialouski.
It does not appear how the Newfoundland Summer
service is to be supplied. The Allan steamers leave
Liverpool every Thursday and Moville every
Friday afternoon for Quebec, landing mails at
,limousk i, generally on Saturday, reaching Hali-
fax about noon of Sunday. Unless a special train
i: despatched on the arrival of the steamer should
she arrive on Sunday, there being no Sunday train
from Quebec to Halifax, the mails might be de-
tained till Tuesday. But we think it more than
likely that some special arrangement will be made
to facilitate the transfer of mails and passengers, on
arrival of the steamer, to lbuth Quebec and Halifax.
The mails leave Halifax every Friday 6-15 p.m.,
and arrive at Rimouski on Saturday 12-33 p.m.,
where the Allan Steamer from Quebec awaits them
for Liverpool. Trains leave Riuiouski for Halifax
3-314 p.m. and arrive next day 10-35 a.m. Mails
from Bermuda for England via Halifax will usu-
ally be detained in Halifax from Monday till Fri-
day.

The Times, in a l',alin ,,lJ;torial article this morn-
ing, says : 'The honi, Government and the people
of this country will undoubutedlyv hold Sir John
Straichev himself to be primarily responsible tor the
blunder which has been committed relative to the
India budget."
Mr. Ientir Fawcett, in his letter recalling his
statement in regard to the India budget, says that the
Mlarqiis- of Ilartington iiiforrms him that it wat not un-
til the 8th of April when Parliamnent had been dissolv-
e'l, and the election, were nearly concluded, that the
telegram roachod tiho India Office about erroneous es-
timates in the budget.
It ii said that the question of lodging a petition
against the return of Mr. A. W. Hall (Conservative) to
Parlia nent frormi OxforJ City is und,:'r consideration.
I! a petition iu not lodged Sir Wil iinm LHarcourt will
protablly he elected for Sandwich after the elevation
to the peeran' of the Righr Hon. Edward Hug,?ssen ;
or, tailing this, there is still a vacancy for Radnor.
The Right lion. George J. Goeclien, the newly-ap-
pointed British Special Anibassator to Turker, will
proceed to Constantinople on Mo,,day, the 17th inst.
'The Marquis of Ripon, the new Viceroy of India, will
leave England on Thursday, the 13th inst, to assume
the duties of his office.
A Calcutta dispatch says : It is ollicially announc-
edl that Lord Lytton will await the arrival of the
Marquis of Ripon. He will make ov, r the charge of
the Government at Simila in June. The criticismin
on the appointment of tlie Marquis of Ripon are not
so favorable as were the earlie-r notices."'
Mr. A. M. Sullivan (linoe Ruler) has declined to
represent Meath in the Hlouseof t'oitimons, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by Mr. Parnell resolving to sit for
Cork. he having been elected for hoth constituencies.
Mr. Sullivan states that he will probably be found
again energetically co-operating with Mr. Parnell,
but such a course should be the result of his own free
jiudi.ment, not of conditions which would fetter his
independence. A petition having been presented by
Mr. George 11 Kirk, (Ionteo Riuler,) his collca-rue in
the last Parliiraent, a,_,ainst the return of Mr. Philip
C'alan on the ground of intimidlation. it is possible that
Mr. SnIlivan will rentin his seat for County Louth.
Princess Pauline of Wurtemberg was married at
Carlsruhe in Upp r Silesia, a few days ago to Dr.
Wilm, a medical practitioner of Breslau. The king
of Wurtemberg gave his assent to the marriage on
condition of the lady abandoning her title.
A Geneva dispatch to the Times says eighteen
persons were killed or wounded on Saturday, the
8th inst., by an explosion of a dynamite magazine
at Faido, belonging to the St. Gothard Railway
contractors.
Russia is reported to have consulted the Euro-
pear.n Governments and the United States upon the
advisability of transferring the erabaEsiss from Pe-
kin to Shanghai on account of the excitement at
Pekin.
Colonel Prejevalsky's exploring expedition, hadl
a hostile encounter after enteriri Thibet, and it
was turned back by order of the Grand Lama.

PERUVIAN GUANO.
Recent reports Irom Peru represent that the two
great sources of wealth in that land of fabulous riches
are rapidly failing-guanuo, by exlhaustion of the de-


In I


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Notice.

/'E have received instructions from M 11?.
KERIRISK to request all Parties who
may be INDEI'I'TEI to him here, to make
payment of their respective Accounts with us.
LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
I!amri!ton, )May 17, ISHO.--3p


:


Another Great Fire in Cuba-A Village Destroyed,
HAVANA, May 11.-Another and a very de-
structive fire has occurred in the neighborhood of
Santiago de Cuba. The village of San Luis is en.
tirely destroyed. Three hundred houses were
burned. Seven persons perished in the flames, and
three thousand are left without shelter.
LONDON, May 12.-A dispatch from Merv says
that the Turcomans have sent a deputation to the
Shab, asking Persia's help.
LONDON, May 12.-Mr. Frank Hyde writes from
Birmingham as follows: I met Sir Henry Helford
to-day, and we agreed to a change in the conditions
of the international rifle match, which will be shot
by teams of eight instead of four. Instead of a
strictly English team the opponentsof the Americans
will be selected from the best shots in England,
Ireland and Scotland. The match is to come off at
Wimbledon on Satuiday, July 26."
LONDON, May 12.-The St. Petersburg corres-
pondent of the Standard says he is in a position to
confirm the reports of the expulsion of Jews from
St. Petersburg. A Bavarian Jew has just been
expelled.
The court-martial in the case of the assassin of
the Russian Colonel Commeraotf passed sentence of
death upon the prisoner on Thursday.

\VHITE CORAL.-The Indische Mercuur of this
month calls attention to the use which might be
made in Europe of the white coral abounding on
the shores of the West Indian islands. In the Ber-
mudas, says the Dutch Indian journal, numerous
houses are to be seen built of coral material, which
is both solid and porous, even the quality of coral
called brain-stone," which alone is unventilating,
might be utilized for doorsteps or sea dykes.-
From Times of 12th April, 1880.

PRICES OF BERMUDA PRODUCE in the
New York Market, 13th inst.:-
Potatoes.... ............. $550.
Onionus.................... $1-60.
Tomatoes................. 60.

Very extensive fore-t fires are raging in Reading,
Pennsylvania, destroying oil wells and villages in
its course.
The Allan Steamer Caspian, reported in our last
as having received damage just before entering the
Narrows of St. Johns, Newfoundland, by striking
on a shoal called Wa.sh-balls, in Freshwater Bay,
just westward of the entrance-having undergone
temporary repairs, had reached Halifax on the 8th
instant on her way to Boston to be docked.
H. M. S. Belleiophon, iron-plated war-shbip, which
has borne the Flag of three Admirals in succession
on this Station, has b. en found to be in such an in-
efficient state, as well as being of an obsolete class,
is to be sold out of iLe service.

The Reverend Edward J. Penny has been ap-
pointed to succeed ARoivd. C. H. Harbord, as Chap-
lain to Bermuda Dockyard.

An Inquest was held at Fort Victoria, St.
George's, on the 13th inst., before Denis Tucker,
Esqr., Coroner, on view of the body of Arthur Ed-
mund Bray, a child of Gunner Bray, two years of
age, who was found drowned the previous evening
in a tank on the South side of the abovenamed fort.
Verdict, found drowned.
The Juiors added-" In addition to our verdict,
we are of opinion that the child while playing in
that neighbourhood strayed through the railings
surrounding the tank which were broken and neg-
lected to be replaced."

BIRTH, in Pemibioko Parish, on 13th instant, the
WIFE of Air. J. 1H. Masters of a DAUGHTER.
.......... at Eastbrooke, Paret, on Saturday. the 15th
instant, the WIFE of Reginald Gray, Esqr., Barrister-
at-Law, of a D.AuUHTLI.

Ai V A Supplement of Five Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette It
contains three original communications, the mur-
der of the Hou. George Brown of Canada, and. the
latest and most important news brought by the
Mail Steamers from Halifax and New York.


be a Meeting of the
above Club,


On FRIDAY Next,
The 21st Instant,
IN THE TOWN HALL, HAMIL.
TON, at 1 o'clock.
And the STEWARDS of the late Race Meet-
ing are requested to attend at the same time
to settle the Accouuts of the Races.
F. CARPENTER,

May 17, 1880. Hon, Sec,

"Colonist" copy.


SUlM ER HATS.

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'l'ogether iilli our usual supply ol'otlher GOODS
all specially selected for ihis trade.
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NOTICE.

LONDON, 24th April, 1880.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN.


T HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that we have
appointed
Ormond TW. iddleton;
Of the Town of Hamilton, Bermuda, our
Agent, to act in all business for us, and to
Rent ihe Property known as Todd's Pro-
perty," in the Town of St. George's, Bermuda.
HENRY FRASER TODD,
1 SOPHIA G. TODD.

"Colonist" copy once.


Notice.


'IhKE Undersigned intending a change in his
Business requests all to whom he may be
Indebted to render their Accounts forthwith for
payment.
All those Indebted to him are respectfully re-
quested to make payment before 31st May. Ac-
counts remaining unsettled after that date will
be placed in legal hanr.s for collection.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
lianmilton, 17th May, 1880.-23p.


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Notice.


A LL Persons INDEBTED to the Undersign.
ed are respectfully requested to settle their
Accounts in full, on or before 25th instant.
All Amounts remaining unpaid after that date
will be sued for.
J. T, DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, HeBirmud.-, .1ay 10, 1880.-3 3p.

Notice.

A LL Paries having any just
-L CLuI.S ,igainsr the Undersigned will
please present them for payment on or before
the 20th inst.
All Accounts due me and not arranged for by
20th to be settled in full by 31st May, will be
placed ii legal hands for collection.
F. D. S. NASH.
Hamilton, 10th May, 1880.-3 3p.
ari o ,a .


-- --- I 1 -nt-t Puch se
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Drafts at sight on J. BEAJNE TT -
cts O.,.) In Town of Hamiltoi,, suitable for a Boarding
C CO., In Huiee.
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Hamltontcr, Miay 16, 1880.-1 pd


1st Batt. XIX (The Prin-
cess of Wales' Own) Regiment).


THE AQUATIC r9ORTS
OF THE ABOVE REGIMENT
Will take place (weather permitting) at St.
George's Harbour,


The 24th of May.
Further particulars in small bills.
The following events will be open.
SAILING RACE FOR DINGIES (unfitted).
R. B. Y. C. Rules, about 3 miles. Entrance
10/. Open to the Island.
RACE FOR SKIFFS-same conditions as for
open Dingy Race.
4 OAR GIG RACE in Garrison Gigs, open to
the Army, Navy and Royal Marines. About
1 mile. Entrance 5/ each crew.
SWIMMING RACE open to the Garrison of
Bermuda. About a quarter of a mile. En-
trance 1/.

All entrances (with measurements and col-
ors) to be made to the Honorary Secretary by
2 p.m. the 22nd May.
A. M. HANDLE, Major,
1/19th Regt.,
Hon. Sec.
St. George's, May 15, 1880.




THE BERMUDA HUNT


There will


COMING!


Witz Merrymakers!

L'~L.- V IULJL

SOUTHAMPTON,

This (TUESDAY)
Evening, the 18th Instant.
MASONIC HALL, SOMERSET,

On Friday and Saturday
Evening Next, the 21st and 22nd Tnst.
May 18, 1880.-1 pd

For Sale,


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


BY PUBLIC AUOCTI o,
rNDEP. TH m SI r RSD,
At 1 o'clock, P.M.,

ON THURSDAY
Next, 20th instant.,
25 B"Ls Best S. F. FLOUR
10 Bls. Corn MEAL
20 Tubs and Kegs Family BUTTER'
10 Qr. Boxes Black TOBACCO, 14's
20 Half Bis. Family BEEF
5 Kegs Spiced Pigs' FEET
1000 Lbs. Oil CAKE
50 Bls. Table POTATOES
2 Dozen Gents' Tweed COATS
5 Dozen Pairs Gonts' Tweed PANTS
10M Tomato LATHS
5 Half Chests Colonc, TEA
50 Reams Wrapping PAPER
4 Coir HAWSERS'
A Lot of Ships SAILS
A Lot. second hand ROPE
A Lot of Window Frames and Shutters
A Lot of SHINGLES
1 New Wheel BARROW
1 Lot of BOARD 1 Lot of SCANTLING
1 Superior

A Milch COW
2 Superior New BUGGIES
5 Sets New Carriage HARNESSES
2 Dozen New Carriage WHIPS
1 Dozen New Horse RUGS
1. Old English (CARR.IA E, with
very strong wheels and axles
1 New DRAY, with shifting sides
1 Set Carriage HARNESS
1 Set Cart HARNESS 1 Corn MILL

Il Milch COW,
AND,
1 Superior Douible HARNESS
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, May 18, j680.
For Sale,
Received by late Arrivals,
1 \NLDSONME Extension Top
I'ark PI!.,ETON
I Family CARRI GE
2 Top BUGGIES
I Pony I'-I E l'O'
Sets veiy Superior Carriage HAP.R tN E'-
Buggy IIARNI`.S Double HA.RN:cSS
A LSO,
Wagon and Cart H A.11 N ESS ES
HALTERS and RUG', &e.
2 Extra (3 P'onnmel) Ir 1i'.-SA ) DILES
1 IMcClellan" SA I)D Y-'.
Men's and Boys' Ridingf SADDL)LES
Riding and Drivin._ W I IPS, 1B I .EI &e.
Carriage VWHEF.I and Si -li-'TS
ALSO,
1 Bay Mare,
Iln Foal,
1 very superior Farm 110 RSE
I B,,y 1tOh.- E, st!ishl driver

1I Cow & Calf.
OUTEl'BRI'GE B11ROS.,
Reid Street.
Hamilton, May 17th, 18-0.-3

RECEIVING
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery
Store,
Per Sir GeorgeF. Seymour," from London :-

Church Services,
ASSORTED,
p ENS-Gillot's, \averly, Stylord, M1ng-
num Beontin, &e.
RAZORS and iazor STROPS
Red and Black .Sealing W,'AX
Lead PENCILS, red, blue, green and black
Slate I'ENCII ., coimniion and in wood
Slate SPUNGES
Nail-head Paper FASTNER.S
Violin and Banjo STRINGS
MAPS arid CHART.S of Bermuda


Metallic BOOKS-assorted
Pass BOOKS-assorted
Bottlef MUCILAGE, writh top and brush
Ink and Pencil E;R.ASERS
Bill FILES Blotting PAlPEEi Date BOXES
AND FROM NEW YORK,
Cornell's GEOGIIAl 'lY--First step, Primary
and Interimrediate
Saunders' SCHOOL READERS Child's
Guide. &c., &c., &c.
Hamilton, May 18, 1880.

FOR BA ARBADOSB
TO RETURN DIRECT,
ri lE SCHOONER


1DUN:;CUM'1$, l.aster,
WILL COMMENCE LOADING
ON THURSDAY Morning Next,
And Sail for the above Port,

ONSATURAYINAX"T,
22nd Instant.
List for return freight is open at O(flice Lif the
undersigned.
A fe;v passengers cai be accor,wuoduted.
THOSE. J. WADSON,
Agent
Hamilton, May 18th, 1860.


For Sale.


Pending decision of the
'ii 1 r .t i l? 1i


Doard ot rublic vvorks,
Valuable Real Estate in The Steamer
Warwick Parish. MTTREL "
'Wai UITRIEL "


ABOUT 3 2 ACRES GOOD

Mitunted near the Parish Church, with 2


AND TANKS, &c.
Will be sold in 1 Lot, or divided in 2 or more
Lots if nece-sary.
'l'hi. ii a very desirable Property, the LaI.I) bL.-
ing under good cultivation and very producive.
A pori ):n of the puich;ise money can remain
on Bond and Mortgage,
For further particulars, &e., apply to
THEODORE OUTERBRIDGE,
Reid St., I inillcin.
May 17, 1880.

Portland Cement.


By the Sir Geo. F. Seymour
F l rom London,
50 Casks 4 Bushel each
PO TI' AiD OEIENT,
For Sale at 16s. per Cask
In lots of not fewer than 5 Casks, taken from
r 'haj IS/ i .er Catii, if Q!ored.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
Ilai,.ilt ,n, 13th .Mlay, 1.80.-3

NEW GOODS.
CIIE -I F'OR C ASI.

THE U.J)ER81G. AED
Ht a received from London and
NI : W YO 1. K.
A CHOICE LO)T OF

SDry Goods, etc.,
Specially selected for lBermuida, consisting in


part of:
01 AfItS PIQUES .1mUS
LAWN ALPACCAS C(
WINS S LINE'N-I RIBI
E" EATHlEli:-; FLOWF.ISE
'I N'TS, coloured and %Mourning.
M A I-


OBUIIGS
BON S


Men's, Youths', Boys and Ladies

Boots, Shoes,
I Good and Cheap.
A L S 0
Crockery and Glasswarein variety.
NATHANIEL VESEY.
The ilevonshire Dry Goods Store,
Middle ,,oa, next Ea.t of Cam)p.
May 10i, 1880I 3p.
BLANK FOR MS

ON SALE,
AIT GEORGE HOYLE 4. SONS
CUSTOMS ENTRIESS, Long and Short
IILLS OF I'.X, il.AN;;, for $ and
Charter PA Rk'TIrS
IND .ENTUI I P, 1'arish and 'Common
I'ilei CI.',rl l(J \TKS' F
PO VE S OF' A.-ATTORNEY
BONDS and JUDGMENT'
& ., &e., &c.
\VesL Water Streel, 4t. George's
May 18, 1880.

From London,
Diagonials & Trow-

serings,
A SPLENDID) ASSORTMENT. -
A LEBRECUKT,
Tailor, Queen Street.
Hamilton,' May 18, 1880.- tf


AND CARRIAGE FOR
SALE,


IHorse quiet toride and drive; 4 wheeled Car-
riage with reversible back seat, wheels made to
lock under, portable cover, lamps, mats, brushes,
&c., and set of Brass Mounied Harness. All in
good condition. Pi ICE 50 complete.
Apply to Surgeon-ilajor HARRIS, Cedar
l'aik, 'rospec;.
May 18, 1880.-l1

Notice
To Growers 5 and OMOwners


WILL LEAVE IIENCE
FOR NEW YORK
At 3 P.M.,

ON THURSDAY,
20th Instam,,
ITo meet the full tide in the Narrows.
Freight, Parcels and Specie will be received
until 6 p.m., 19th inst., and Bills of Lading
will be signed until 10 a.m. 20th instant.
Passenger Stage will be removed at 2'30
p.m. 20th inst.
TROTT& COX,
Agents.
Hamilton, lermnda, 18th May, 1880.


Colonist please copy.


m G 3 '-iaJ gm
i Corner of Reid and Queen Strs., Hamilton,
Bas Received per 6' Bermuda,"
From London, via New York,
I A DIES Grass CLOTH
Turkr-y Red( COTTON
Gent's Brown and White Cotton Under PANTS
and VEST:-
Gent's White and Mrino Under PANTS and
VESTr.i
Gent's Brown Drill PANTS
Gent's White Drill PANTS and JACKETS
Boy's Brown and White Drill PANTS
Men's Colored Linen SHIRTS
Head, Bundle and Pocket H ANDK ERCHIEIFS
] ---
AND,
Now Receiving per Seymour direct,
GENTS' BLACK ILK


Gent's Rush and Straw HATS
Ploy'. Rush and Straw HATS
Infant's Pique HOOD)S, &c.
Gent's Silk, Zanella and White Cotton UM-
1BRELLAS
Ladie's Silk, Z.ini!la and White Cotton UM-
BItELLAS
Gent's and Boys l:ack Alpacca J C K ETS
WVite VESTS,
CO LOGN E and HI imi.a-ll's.d I.O IDA W AT ER
B5AV KUM and L V' NI) E lt WAT E R
AND, AL 1AYS ON AND,
A choice selection of SO PS, PERli FU.Mi ERY,
S &c., '&c.
May 18th,: 1880.


CHARLES ROBERTS,
LATE OF THE TOWN OF ST. GEORGE,
GROCER.
FINAL NOTICE.
LLpersonshaving iny CLAIMSagainst the
A Estate of CHAHLES ROBERTS, late of
the Town of St. George, grocer, deceased,
(commonly called Charles Roberts, No. 1),
whether as Creditors or otherwise, are hereby
required to send their Claims to the undersign-
ed, for the Executors of the Will of Nothaniel
Roberts, deceased, who was the last surviving
Executor of the Will of the said Charles Rob-
erts, on or 1,,/-re the 31st idyq of' M.iay, instant;
and in pursuance of TuE TRUSTEE ACT, 1876,
all persons having any such Claims are hereby
informed that., immediately after the last men-
tioned day, the said Executors will proceed to
distribute the assets of the Estate of the said
Charles Roberts amongst the parties entitled
thereto, having regard to such Claims only as
such Executo' s shall then have had notice of,
and that they will not be liable for the assets
so distributed, or any part thereof, to any per-
son of whose Claim. thty shall not then have
had notice.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
Sol,'.itor jbr the Executors.
Hamilton, 1st May, 1880.-4 :3p

NOTIGC TO GROWERS .s.ND
S O IIER S OF

BERMUDA PRODUCE.G


r7 HE Undersigned will give their
persoul attention to the forwaidiig of
BE NIMU,-' PO)ODUCE to the con.ignmept of
f'SJ0'S7.110401 oi.Zt ACo. .
Of Now York,
During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for cost of Remittance for nets
proceeds will have to lie borne by the owner of
the Goods.
The highest market rates will be obtained and
Account srles returned promptly.
J. T. DA RRELI, & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 1 3 3
Maich 9, Il80. m 3p


OF BERMUiA PRODUCED
Notice to il'arners and
I N consequence of the great increase in our Owners of
shipments of Produce to New York since
the zseasoin of 1874, wedeerni it necessary to give I ; 'iU a s ?-'O
notice, that we are ready to give our personal Ia UI
attention as iaial to all hiptments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but he Undersiged will be pr
without being responsible for the net proceeds to forward C'onsignineilets of BERMUDA
uu'il paid to our Ord r itn Nei' York, which will i' .t.i ,., to
be given to thie N.v Y.-rk C.isiirees for Sale, ". O .IS CO.,
by each v, i-c tran)porlin- shipment. 95 B Ai LAY S Il'.T, Ni'W YOwIIK,
Wheii necc ist, o i ci rder tie in return for I
ah;.y s.liice it iwit i i.: nire'l at the expense of And vil .ls: pay full Ca.,h Rlatas for Produce
ihe I Ln intcrs,'.dt, .ndi owners will clear! lhroughutt thi ieaso::.
unmter:.taud 'hat all the d(,:.ingir of transport are .
borne by tl.em. GOLD )R Ar 1S on New York may be had
TR OTT S. 'COX. [uriig the ,, ,,
amilton, B.rmudt, HTHOS. J. WADSON.
a March 28, 180. to 30th June, 3p I Hamilton, March 22, 1880.-3p tf


Commissariat Office,
HAMILTON, 17TH MAY, 1880.
THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENE-
RAL will receive Tenders in Duplicate at
12 noon,

ON MONDAY,


The 31st instant,
From Persons desirous of Contracting for the
supply of upwards of
84,000 Superficial feet of


For the Royal Engineer Department.
Forms of Tender with Specification of the
Timber required, can be obtained at the Com-
missariat Office, after the 21 st instant, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., daily.
Tenders to be addressed to the DISTRICT
COMMISSARY GENERAL, in a closed envelope
marked on the outside, Tender for Timber."
The DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL rep
serves the right of rejecting any or all of the
Tenders.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
"'A. C.?.'
2 District Comy. Genl.



Required at H. M. Dock.;
yard for Work of Chipping and
Painting Floating Dock,

LABORERS
Wages 4s. per day,
IWith Quarters on board Hulk.
Apply at MASTER SHIPWRIGHT'S OFFICE.,
N.B.-The ventilation of the Chambers of
the Dock have been greatly improved recently
by Blowing Machines and other means--thus
. reducing the risk from the nature of the work
-to a minimum.
J. MORESBY,
Captain.in- Ch,are of Nar.il Establishments.
Her Majesty's Dockyard, J
17th May, 1880. 3 m -
"Colonist" copy.
. __I---J


Theatre Royal,
P.OSP:OT AND 3OAZ.
Under the Patronage of
Ris Mxcellency the Governor
and of Lady Laffan.
For the benefit of the Royal School for Officers
Daughters, Lansdown, Bath.
The following Ladies and Gentlemen will per-
fora :
Mesdames Holt, Kennedy, MacDonnell, Ran-
dall and Miss Bremne:r, Captains Holt, Pil-
leau and Puzy, Messrs. Cockburn, Elderton.
Randall, Whistler and Wood.-

At. Boaz, 7th June,

THE W"NOERFUL WOMAN
Anwl BETSY BAKER.

At Prospect, 8th June,
THE WONDERFUL WOMAN
And THE FIRST NIGHT.
9TH JUNE,
T.I "WONDM7. "L WOA01.
And BETSY BAKER.
Plans of the Theatre will be at the Station-
ery Store adjoining "Royal Gazette" Office on
or after Tuesday next, 25th inst.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
Manager.
Hamilton, 18th May, 1880.


GUION LINE.

United States Mail Steamers.

fOR LIVERPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
VAEiUNY T3UBSWD ANY
ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 25, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Juue I, at Noun.
NEVADA sails Tuesday June 8, at 5-30 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday June 22, a5 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 29, at II a.m.
VYOMING sails Tuesday July 6, at 4'30 p.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday July 13, at 9 a.m.
WISCONSIN sailsTuesday July 27, at9'30 a.


m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have live watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Otlicers, Surgeonsand Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodationsare un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloo, LhLs securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, IBaih Room and l'iaLo on
each Steamer.
The U. S.MailSteal u Br Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, genierll!y triess at New 'York
on VMondays, auid Pa-scigetis' ibaggag can iie
trausl'eired direct to the Liverpool Stemier sail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS &. G lON,
AgenbL,
29 Bro.utway,New York.
New York, May 13, 1880.


BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS' ISLANDS.
By His E., 1t1 ,,J.-General
[L..5'.S3.] SIR ROBERT MICHAEL
i Laffan. LAFFAN, R.E.,K.C.M.G.,-
Governor, C(on'randler-in-
Maj.-Genl., Chief, in and over these IY-
Governor &r Corn- lands, c., ,.., &c.


mancter-~- U/s ief.


"WTHEREAS I have thought fit to Convene
this present COLONIAL PARLIAMENT,
which stands Prorogued to Tuesday, the 25th
day of May, instant, I do, therefore, by and
with the advice of Her MALJESTY'S COUNCIL,

Th/e said Cooni d P lament,
FOR
TUESDAY, the 25th day
of May, instant,

IN THE TOWN OF HAMILTON,
FOR TIIHE
Despatch of Public Business:
Of which as well the Members of the Legisla-
tive Council as the Members of the House of
Assembly are hereby required to take notice
and to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the
Great Seal of these Islands
this 15th day of May, A.D.,
1880, and in the 43rd year
of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His Ereellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
ColUnial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
A-"
-'" ,t -
BERMUDA, Alias .
SOMERS' ISLANDS, J
By His E.r,'lh'nq .lf j.-Geieral
S-L.3..] ,7? RO')?E i' MICHILEL
N. T. Laffan. LAFFANRE.,K.O.-O.,
(. .i;ir o, ( 'omt ianader-in -
Maj..Genl., ('C hiqt' in a? over these s-
Governor & Conm- linlds, d't., d&c., &c.
mnander-in-Chi/,.
a Droclamatton.
W HEREAS information has reached ME,
THE GOVERNOR AND COMMANDER-IN-
CHIEF aforesaid, that YEl-LOBW FEVBU:R
has appeared at the BAHAMA ISLANDS, I
do therefore, by virtue of the power and au-
thority in me vested by an Act of the Legisla-
ture of these Islands, entitled An Act to con-
solidate and amnend the Quarantine Laws," and
by and with the advice and consent of Her
Majesty's Council for these Islands, hereby is-
sue this MY PROCLAMATION, and do hereby
make known that the said BAHAMA IS-
LANDS are Infected Places within the mean-
ing of the said Act.
And I do hereby strictly charge and com-
mand all Pilots going on board or taking
charge of any vessel arriving at these Islands
from the aforesaid BAHAMA ISLANDS, forth-
with to conduct the same to some one of the
Quarantine Stations prescribed by the above-
named Act, there to remain until she shall be
visited by the Health Officer, who shall there-
upon give such orders and directions as the
circumstances of each c:ise miay justify and to
his said Office may appertain.
Given uuder my Hand and the Great
Seal of these Islands this Thir-
teenth day of May, A.D., 1880,
and in the 43rd year of Her Ma-
jesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
15TH MAY, 1880.
-OTICE is hereby given that HER MA-
JESTY'S BIRTHDAY will be celebra-
ted on
Saturday, the 29th Inst.,
Which Day will accordingly be kept as a Holi-
day in the Civil Offices of the Colony.
By His Excelhlc'u'8s Codmmn'iad,
R. E. WEBSTER,
'1 Colon ial Secretary.


FVanted,
GOOD COST f.wYBDS,
No others need applj.

.dlso Wanted, an dIPPRENTICE.
A. LEBRECKT,
Queen Street.
Hamilton, May 18, I880.-tf
LIST OF UNCL\IICED LErrERS IN THE
Post Office, Hamilton, 15th May, 1880.
Serafia Anderson, Post Addis, George Armstrong,
John Armstrong, Laura Armstrong, Edward Burch,
Richard Bean, W H 13urgess, Eliz. lButterfield, r S
Chapel, Thaddeus C.,,ey, Sophia Cox, C Carlson,
Francis Cox, Mrs Damon, Florence H Darrell, RT
Davis, J A Frith, W J Fubler, Joseph Fisher, Carl
Francmeco, Jane G ilbri, W D Grant, A E Heath, P
E Horne, Mrs Hall, F Harriott, Julia Hamilton,
Those Hayward, Elizi Jomne, Arabella J'-ynes, rhos
WV Joeli, Alpheus Joell, Augustus Jones, A John-
son, H S Kendorll, iichard Lynch, Emily Outer-
bridge, Adelaide Out-rbridge, G 0 Ou tibridge,
Bark Perry,' John W Richardson, Mrs. Albert
Richardson, Ausuin Itichardsun, UB D Richardson,
Sarah Simons, John i3heppard, Tiiho & Sin',th, S T
Simrmons, Suz an Sh .ii k, Cci..a A SmiUih, John
Stephens, Albert Spencer, Schr Helo.u M Simmons,
Joseph N Swan, John 'eon, :ifi vSawan, Mrs Cor-
neiious Steel-. r-atah S.an, Isw'i. Smith, David
Sinm'on, H.-niry rT'..,-, San uei TIu, 1' D I'ucker,
,Jos ih \ ilaii, Fiank \% od, Sophia line Wells,
It J Waillams, C \V Wifliams.
UNC-LAiMELD LE-I'ERS IN TH!E POST OF.
FICE 6 1'. GEORGE-, May 17, 1880.
Miguei Vicira Cbb.eci, EJwin Hooper, Mrs Maria
Lightbourn, Fred Macartney, Mrs Fanny Readon.


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F r -', .. '. :,; ,, ., i/ .' '..: ".. .A p rii 24.
The A/:i / 'i., a ail n Sterhln 1.- s.til h:-in
starhed fir by der channel :",a?.i"
Theeonvietion prr-.ws sronpc-r that n, Ititlings re-
laive to the Atir[M.t may b2 em..it',cd from Lhe
Azores. The Avon, Cokn. Keppel. which left Fayal
on the 4th inst.. reports that.the whaleri she spoke
described Ibe weather experienced during February
at which time the Atalanta would be approaching
the Azores, had been worse than they ever recol-
lected. The Aron saw in the vicinity of the Azoresa
large quantity ofrtimher, but her officersdo not think ,
that it was likely to be that of the Atalanta. Ad-
miral Sullivan writer to the TI,,e.s to correct an er-
roneous impression respectin thbe Atalanta. He
says -"The Atalanta has been called 'a sister
ship to the Eurydice,' but the truth is they were to-
tally different, except a& to tonnage and armament.
The Juno (AtalantL) was one of the- well-known
Vestal elass of Sir W. Symonds--a class known to
be the broadest and shortest ships for the frigate
class that were ever built; while the Eurydice wi-s
long and narrow in comparison. Like the sloop
class of Sir W. Symonds, his small frigateswere the
stiffest, vessels under a pres. of sail we ever pos-
sessed; so much so that he would not at flst allow
them more than five tons of ballast, instead of from
30 to 60 tons, which old class vessels of equal size
would bare had. Their stiffness prevented this
being dangerous, except when the w ter antI po.-
visions were nearly expended, in whicL case the
tanks had to be filled with salt water. Tw'. or
three of the brigs, and in one instance one "f tbh
small frigates were thrown on their br"rl .id.': in a
heavy sea when flying light, but ri:t.- a. ;
and until sailing ships wper nearly hb .dI, Il n ',:
Service, the small frigate class were ih i. ,
both as sea-boats and for their w .uderfui -a.ing,
qualities, that, a young captaiaI who r t one of them
was coneilered most fortunate. Not on? of them
was ever lost, and addition! ballast in them 'nuil
the sloop class made them as safe ships as t'te uacy
of any nation possessed. In one of the brigs, iii
which I had increased the five tons cf ballest to u5
tons, I spent four years on surveying dlutie' south
of the River Plate, more than half of the time
being neac the Falkland Islands. On one occasion
besides the usual heavy weather of that. region, we
encountered off the River Plate the celebrated
storm in which Her Majesty's ship Gorgon went on
shore. Yet neither then nor at any time during
the four years did she receive the slighie4t damage,
even of hammock-netting or head-rail, and not a
single defect of hull was reported either year to the
senior officer, except in course of time a necessary
caulking. I only mention these facts to show that
in choosing a ship of that class as a training-ship,
the Admiralty could not possibly have mad: a
safer choice: and as it is stated that. she had a iul!i
amount' .4bailast and reduced masts, 9he would
be in a', human probability' as safe as any ship
.afloat e'n, in cr water and provisions were nearly
out. T1b.: ori. dainer thar no human care en,,
.uaid a;:.it is ih;, tlioating wrecks or dismastedi
huilsof f';::.aa:n rlhips, which could not be seen on
dark niigbat, and if struck by a vhip going !fst h!be
colisirn might hobe fatal.'

THP- FORTUNE BAY AFFAIR.
(Drctroi Post and Tribune.)


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That. an International complica.ice of p,'ssible
gravity tl:'s exitX is; undoubted. But very much
that has Lapp.ned, as well as the state of affairs
that now exists in the United States, shows that
tbeta is no special reason why we should altogether
consume with iudig-atlion or scraphet sea weed
and barnale.-3 forem our iron clads. The Govern-
ment ought to protect its citizens. All men agree
to that. But why should it protect its ci izens on
the banks of Newfoundland any more then on the
banks of the Mississippi ? Is the person of an
American any better, any more valuable, any mere
sacred, on foreign than it is on Ameiicaoi soil ? If
we cannot protect the rights of Armeici:,ns, their
lives, and their property here at home, why should
we rage because another Government fails to pro-
tect them abroad ? While we are derandiung dam-
ages of the British for wrong ,dons to Americans,
they have also their claims narinst u. on the saLme
score. Two British mechanics aamed Do .-,who have
never been naturalized, settled in elihon, Texas.
By industry and frugality they accumulated about
a thousand dollar:, which they invested in two
town lots and a carpenter's shop. On the night of
the 14th of February, 1880, they were visited Ly a
mob of disguised men, dragged from iheir homes,
stripped nalkd, unmercifully flogged, and comrpll.
ed to abandon their property and leave the towu.
They b:ve appealed to the British Minister, and
tha ;fun.ctiouary Las called the aitentiron t,, our
Government to the matter. What shball we i.do
aboti, it? British citizens were brutally treate,3
and robbed in Texas. That is not denied. Will
our Government indemnify them, as qir LE,)iii I
Thornton demands? If they were Am ricai, i
undeniable that the Government would -w ; ",tJip -
sate them for their losses and injuries. \W liy -v a:.-
the Government do for a foFeigner what it wi! ui,t
do for one of its own citizens? It 'he Dows are
paid for their destroyed property and their laIcra.
ted bacLk, will it not appear that it is better t,.:, e
a British citizen in Texas or Missiosippi than it i-s
o0 be a. American ? Bat if our Government, re-
fuses to indemnify the Dows on the ground that the
wrongs inflicted on them occurred in a State, and
that the United States is not responsible for it, hows
can we afterwards insist that England shall in-
demnity the fisherman in the face of the statement,
made by that Government, that. the vronrgs were
inflicted by the Provinces, while the Americans
were violating a Provincial law relating to the
Sabbath, and that the British Government is not,
responsible for the acts of the Provinces under the
circumstances ?"
In a suburban cemetery of Warsaw were interred
a few weeks ago, the remains of a venerable Pole,
whose claim to be the oldest iahabitant of that civy
had bermn undisputed for several years previous to
.bisdcewit.'. 'lhiapauiatch bad completed his I lSih
year whben Kim L.a sumnund to his fatherse; and, a
during Li'. *-:,3rimaliy prtcracted existence he had
suiferc-r nu. ;:iv',- ;ereavements, except that which
robbed b1K S 6 h' ..t ife, eight3-fiveyenFrzcago. his body
was Ioll.:.wd i.., ihe grave by such a procession of
mourn ii:j R ils nuuiL.', hnas probablyy never before attended the
tln.'.;jUisti U J efl juci Christiaul. Ni wer than
.. c- L. s cluilJr,'u and children's children, even
uiitn.ih. loiurw, gierti;on, strenamed intothe church-
My;'!. tc ',. :..- ad Jeu to their progenitor. The I
tlaia. ;rt.. cr who hbad many giaiadcb'ildren i
viat i t-:- L:au"ilie V Waterloo was iought, and whose
eas 13 pI ..rnniw memories included such historical
tigureb as Maria Theirsa and Frederick the Great,
is a noter'orlhy circumetance. .

What is that which no one wishbes to have and
no one wishes to lose?-A bald head.

For Sale,
1. Fine 'ioned Upright


V. alnrut-w\ooc case, anld i.de express y t:-' si:t
lit e cli imi o ,..
Fo! te rms-, &ke., pleas apply at the Li Ro.l
Gazette" Oflice.
Haia ilt,.n1, March 29, 1880.


For Rent

Xhe 4letropotitan rotel, ,
Queen StLeet, lIaimilton.
Apply to
MNI. S, HUNT,
191h A.pril, 3S0. lamilhon.

Notice,
To the Farmers of Bermuda.

The Undersigned solicits consign-
ments ol"

FOR
JA3. A.1 JUDG BE,q
-l16 & 48 BROAD) AVE., \\ EST WASHING-
'T' N M .K E 1', NEW YOR K,
. "* 1 will atteU1C to the slipping of s:ime.
C -\Si- setttenents pronmp)tly made.
I'-!, tee boruir!. nt i Market prices.
J1MIES GALE,
I ,,.- Oilice, 3 Queen Street.

iN- ice-


T, U tiersi.gned solicits consign-
ments of

S 3ER*MVUR 0 RULCOE

MR. W A 2ElAc0 c,
West Washington Market, New York.
Highest market ir.:es will be paid for Produce
during the Season.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
IHamilton, 15th Marech, 8l?0.-tf

kThe Suni !tluti Life
Insurance Company,
OF MONTR EAL, C.ANA. IA
Sul ,senri'ed Capital, li. .'i n .ll..ion Do!iars.

"1 p IF Undersigned hIas beel.-ap-
p linti.d C.KNE'iAL A(G ,NT fur this
fir it cI '. '(in..:iny in tlie e Isl ..'..
LiTfe :id Fn 'iowrien't t P'olicies grai:LJ, at
i ,we,' t rat (I. l il.ie Lih pei fect .secrnriy.
GO.'HAM.
:la'rc' 9th, i,'.


i-N 0
To Farmers and Others.
f ilT' jn'rji'rsitne.el is prepared to rcc,:ivea nd
S hi'p, by eC.er'l opport uni y, Conc i,'$ t iltnls i
of BERMIUD)I PRODUCE to
,i9-I's. tD',. rf- &ll C' o.,
3 PE .Al 1, L .Si'ilr Eir,
New lork,
Who will secure the hli;lwrie .ai'kc:t iaites.
Prompt. \ccouint CMales I!!t! r.ditieleri nt siu:rr-
anict-d.
W. T.JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Iitilton, FPcv tti!ry 10. 1880.

To Farmers and Shippers of

j I 0 a a
,\l AVING had several years experience in ihis
-i. line of buinces=, I desire to continue ini
the sm during the cow'ing Crop Sea.on, and
r,-speeifiilly solicit any tronig:iirents you i:my
forward to tiisi market. [ will end.vour to
retaliz. i;rl highest 1V..icket. price-, render Sales
'1, d e:.,i tJ,; r i. ,..~1~t!y.
i. rEMO. g ll. i t,
fit' i uncnilton, lirr,tl']i,
1 i t'. t.-id 1 f.e. vi:,4 ',!id i .'oiciie all con-
r, niium i[$ l i',r rinl-, .,,1 w'ic! !i'. :,11 i foriiatiOl'n
,,. '- s:irj i .r bet: frit of.' :iitippers.
I remannin, 'curs, &'.',,
31, '. JUDO C,
-, With

42 & 43 Vr-,ey street ,
New York.
April 13, lS.0.-t!



TO SHIPPERS OF PRODUCE.

ALL Persons desi on;s of Slipp ng PNI.-
DUCE to
T. Mcv y & Son,
-.' a irqgn ilkik, *%\e;' York,
.it iih-rebv :ii0t! dim.-.l tai
IT, t. PI IT, Esqr., Front Street.
i an ,!li p ,
W il take ,- i.h '' of and I'.orwvarl ti-ir Con igi n--
iie,,lst :c L ,i tii'. .
i feert.i- iJiii Ap'il, !,S0.
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Cona:S! >L f *ilidlas
./Ind I INSUAi'b 1 IROKRs,
1 5,a-; b., I tr. K t,,
\NI) .T i LOY< )S,
LONDON, E C.
April !.:, 188(1.

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A Market Wagon
iMil!,y i.ew, ---App!'y ";. "' .oy;i (?;azelte"
." i:, ;ioin v r .." t.; t'.
Ha ntiit(,n,. iD c-. !, I. 7!:!.

Cook Vanted
Hly a Famirly re:.iinh li Ti. 'n .', f Hamilton.
Apply at. 1;oval Gazette" Office.
.1lay 3rd, 1S?0.


I,. W. Hayward & Co.,
N IGE.NiFRAL i
SHIPPING UAjD COMMIIS-
SION iERCHIVNTS
(P. 0. Box ;,o91,)
52 EXCIAINGE PL ,C E, NEW YORK.
Consignments of PRODUCE solicited to
above Addrcs,, and Prompt Sales will be re-
turned. Ilirhost Market rates paid for Produce
(lurin,- the season.
F. D. AS J.J,,SH,
|81 Fiont Street.
Hamilton, March 22, 1880.-if

Outerbridge Bros.,
Ilm portiug and Forwvarding Com-
mission merchantss,
R.EFl) STREET, HAMIL'TON, BERMUDA,
Agents for
Messrs. Miller At Spencer,
187I IE.\DE STREETT,
NEW YOIIK.
Consinmrents of PRODUCE solicited for
this well-known reliable Firm. Due attention
qiven to all Shipments, and Account Sales and
Returns pronmpt!y rend-red.
For anyi fui'her inf, ormation, Stencil Plates,
&e., please apply ti 0. (ROS., Hamilton.
:\!..irch 1,, I." 0.- if*

John 31. DeWolfe,
ilanufactiirr of all kinds of


NORTi\WVEST COMMON,
S. ... LIAX,.N.S
Carri;agb.. uilt expressly for Bermuda when
o rdi.-retl.
ALBaERT INGLIS,
Agent at Bermuda.
Septem!,er 8, 1.$79. -12tm.

ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Daily (Sunday' eceepted) .
l'mi their' : orI- in 'i :hy S rie'. to any per
SouL who rjasy desire a sIl'I'Y.,
To Custlo er, ini ibi ',i'it and Vicinily it
will lie delivered h), Carn drlill--froki about 10
o'clock tilli noor.--eoiinml itiil 0.o, !itA pril.
The )rice i. s ,f ie Deiny p,-r 'l. 'iin for 12 Ils.
-rid up w :Ii -. !
A penny half-[p nny tin ILer 12 I.,.
3nermniid,t rlticial lee Coumpany,
Ilamilton, Mareh24ith, 167l,

G-aeor.e A. tfMford
II\ALIF IX, N. :.,
Nianuifacturer an:j lIealer in
MA\IL.BL\L A,\ND POLISI El ) G:t NITR ;
.. A '" CT L.' .1'TS,
Lead SI'iONS, FONT''S. CimhrcIh P.FIILET''S
Basin ''1OPS-, &ec., &c.
An) dtsi4lI cut to order. No charge for ordli-
nary l tteriputions.
Per-onis forwarding, orller-, or wi.shliig any
infobr:n;iliioi, ple".se apply i
'T. 7. J .II4ES,
Agent for Bermuda,
S49 Front St.
-lamilton, Octr. thli, 1879.-1 y


tIMMEL'S CHOICE PELtFU-
MERY,
S-ll,EL'..; TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic anld refreshing adjunct to the Tuilet and
Bath, a reviving center and a powerful disinfectant,
For wvarmn climate, it i;s svaluabie.
f.? !t;s!,. CEL i'R.1 'EI. LAVENDER
\ ATER F
RINIMEL'.S TiREBL !itdTILLED EAU DE
COLOGN F,
RiNMIEL'` MU,-' _'lti11ReOVEl) FLORIDI.\
\V A .TEi.
:lM\iF. L'" JOC'KEY CLIU. t, uid oilier ira-
grani Pe lulmvms.
lAIM lLL' LIML J.ICllE .anid GLYCERINE
gives (lthe hair a beau.iiidul gloss nnd imparts an
a,-ren' coolues s Io tie K ad.
Ki,.i. L'.-S' PUS.. E V! I11'T, GLYCERIINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN \VINDSOI, 1IONEY.
ALM\OND, LET !'UCE, COA \L-TAi,l and other
Toilei .,iap imi bars or cakels.
RIlIMMEL'S VELNE FINE, VIOLET, RICE,
RO.3Ef-LEAF and oilier TOILET POWDERS, in
bo'cus, barrel aid j)iailc e!.
i' I' EL'S AlJUADENTiNE cleans, whitens
and preserve? the teeth, refreshes the month, and
sweilensthe brealli.
lt.liMl EL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
lural Air puiritier, a frrara.mt Powvler wlhici diffuses
"h.' healthy and refires:iiit emianatiol, ( olf the Pine
a,1,, Elnclyp l.tus Fore-U 4
-E. I" i1 'I.' F"rii'uii iby jppoincm ent to hi. Z.
I1. Priiir i oes !' \V;\!'..s, ,..'*, ;n..rili7d, ,Luindoon, aild 17
Lule,-vairu des Italieii% Partis
I ay "27, ),79.

AHES.







1-02



UHE above WATCHES for both
L- Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by tho Undersigned: Any grade ilove-
ment, not in Stock will be furnished at the
:_. : i? in0etoi':. litL piice'c Also, make tooriier
in./ style of ., .- v, h CI'rest, lio oo ranm, &c.,
311 r ':..
;.t'.t ii :. 'dI .-. A.' eri.in W watch 'r,. received
d.u, .-.i.i i;ed.I s,. ti ) Iate Paris Elxhibitioo.
E. T. CHILD.
Front Street, I lamiltoii, ? .
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.


GUION LINE.

United States Mail Steamers.

fO? LI VERIPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
EV MAX TUFiDY X
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday June 22, at 5 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 29, at 11 a.m.
WYOMING sails T'uesday July 6, at 4-30 p.m.
NEVADA-sails Tues.day July 13, at 9 a.m.
WISCONSIN sailsTuesday May 18, at Noon.
ARIZONA sails Tu,.-day Mi v ;5, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday June 1, at Noon.
NEVADA sails Tuesday June 8, at 5-30 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced C Ilicers, Su goeons and Stew-
ardes.ses. The Sal, o.i Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on inain deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room liBath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thirsdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
inac next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
29 Broadway,New York.
New York, April 29, 1&80.

W. 0, F. BASC00M E, M.D.,
F.A.A., D.S.,
REID STREET, a ..MIrLTO N.'
E.aST END.


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Horse, Carriage k4 Cart


| liHE Undersigned having resigned Busiiness
at lhisi old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, ne-ir 1iamuilton ilotel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
lie generally for past la.vours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance o. same.e
THOIllAS IH. -IAR VEY.
January 6, !879.

i10eodore (Outerbridgie,

9 AMILTON,
Ieid Street, W\e,ti o Royal Gazette" Olfice.
Oilice Hours-.t) to 12 and I to -1.
W ill V isit St. Coior: es, ''Tuesda .-.;nl ri-

Ord,-,vr. i'it: ipily attended d !0.
IIl uiilton, :-taube, 6th 1,71.

Protect 1cm wcai.^. 'd iJC
AT liE :\O'-' ,'ODRiAT Il.J.AT >IS
C a r i-i.c- btaiii.ed troin t-l.
PH-I.VI 1 IN I.'SV.4 NCE C .01P. N Y
of London,
Oine of h he lo.go't Established and 'Wealthies
otfficesi iin Great Britain.
Th rough the INCHl OFFICE in these
(lsinnl,_, a :;;i'n.g i effected to the Insiurcd
of tle .'Sta.iifp I/.., a very considerabl-e iteni.
ii I 1\ l c' :!!-;Cli b 1.,h !' l AJL !t! i PERSONAI.
IlOI't I I't J i'm 3., or 12 mnoths.
No, !.E8 ,dn iv. l fAl.GIC for Policies.
N. .. UTTEIU.FIELD,
Agent.
.l...il.to;m. .te..r 91.ii, 1 -56.



PAINTER
DEALER IN
PAINTS, ()l VA,DitiNT'.i-IS, GLASS,
sU 'rY, BPRUHES, &.c., c.
Every description of COL')R aatlie ready for
use.
J. pi I'. ,,',N .g iitakes t h opdii,.,r- [tbit3 t'. iLiiik
tile Pi l.,1c ii: ~; eiii:..-l ;ur iNoir Iibjert'! o ,aid<>l: o
and wviii (-i,:';: .'v,.,r (..s in dih pa so in the
iuLure), to inoneri tileir (connlimned lavotirs.
1-1 Queen Striei, 11Hamiltoni,
February 3, 1880.


J. \) t. XTK1Nu ON'S
PERFUMERY,
celpl,aterl for ner.tlv 'i eputnrv pait, is oflhe very
best "gli i manlticinre. For its purity and groat
excelli lic. ;i lia~ ot.ii'ined hli following
EXIIIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
Lo;n f-, IS-6. P.u:Is, 1867. CORDOVA, 1827,
LIMA, 1817'. PHILADrLPHIA, 1876.
\'IENN,, 1873.
Only Gold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

1tkkinson's Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief.
White Rosp, Frangipanne, YlangYlang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
Trevol, Magnoliai, Ja.minin, Wood Vio-
let, Go! Medial Bouquet,
And all other oel.'urs o f!the finest quality only,

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

Atkinsons's Quinine Hair Lotion
a very refreshing ,''ash which stimnulates the skin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth of the
hair.
AT K I N S 0 N 'S
Ethereal Essence of Lavender,
Alpowerful Perfume distilled from the finest flowers
ATKINSON'S QUININE TOOTH POWDER,
VIOLET POWrDER, MACASSAR OIL, GLY-
CERINE GREA.M,
And other specialities and general articles of Per.
funmery may be obtained of all dealers throughout
the Woild, ancd .f lthe Manufacturers
7. 2. LT .IN S ON,
2-I, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION.
CAUTION.-Messrs j. & E. ATKINSON manu-
facture their article of onie and the best quality only
'Purchasers ime c.nutioned to avoid counterfeiis by
oberi ing ithn each article is labelled with the Firm
Trade :lMartk,a V.'.it, Rose on a Golden Lyre"
printnld in. -ePpn c liour;.
ESTi..B IH ED 179.



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C. S V, hitter,
Watchmaker, Jeweller & En-
graver,
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A Ch-ice Selection of
WIflches, Ciocks, oIewelry
and Silver Plated tWare,
And Persons intending to purchase will find (by
calling at his &tore,) ample room to say "J
have at last found a Cheap Jewelry Store "
N. B.-Parties who have not Settled their
Accounts for the past four years, need not ask
for Goois on C'rdir, but extend to all the same
invitation.
Call and 'ee.
Rli.d S'r,'et, next Vest Gazette Ofice.
December 15,h i. '.79-




Da idonalil Street, Hasuilton.
Tilrmis, Moderate.

.iL AVC.K.-.MAY, 1880.


5s ;6. j
S'," Tide,
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19 15 '2 6 -5'2 10 30
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REMARKS.




Ember Days, 1921
[& 22


Trinity Sunday
Fl. M n. 2h 19m a m


ThE RMUL'A h.LYAL GAZETTE is published
ev.': Tuc-Juy by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
P;.ei to the Qteen's Most Excellent
1 ,*, :sty.

No ":' '.: f .-':' arid.Barnaby Streets,

r4 :., t .'.. .* ;La:.*.-i..!^ &, C., will be
;:e .. 'd a' .'h, .'i,,it ..SL notice.- Agents
at ;. Geor'es tor the Royal Gazelte,
Messrs. GEOFGE BOLE & SON, West End,
Water Street.


BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, May 18th, 1880.


TRINITY AS THE PARIU'H CHURCH.
Mr:. EDrITc-.By tlihe report of the Vestry read
at theScioul co n the Mairih, it was agreed
with tihe Bi'.-:1. i', e.-in u:-iri-c-nce: L tt the tatusus iof
that a ( huri .A ;lILubt in r. :hnt tlhe Miuister
rhiould be e tlr.-ly i oe r.l-iti : ':.f the R -ctr. ,,r'
entii'ely la-,'.-.:.lin : "- lIh. f i ':.-i' was d ii- ,a t,.
be preferatI.le-, i-: thie nol- ..u.. f :iirryinu it ,ut wi-
to adopt the alt- n-itiv.- of a ('a ''.edral;T but up,, U
cloOSL i -st; :ti:in. r '. i LA i ., ..i. i '. ...u ir V ,-
deeraed iini (..e t[.Lo i ,- ,.: r t a ., 'ate ,'u ;.l\;-M:.,>.
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rate:-," f ,i- T i.iy w '
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relief e reiui:.e-<-the? woik r tt't;e two Par[.-.he:,.

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follow,- as n.-.:r y a.. I .\r-,iti,: 1.... t;., e -./t t.:.,j.-t .f
tli^ w T!ays of .i.G, e. .-te:i ,,.7.l l:,r-e: : oi. H- o.v:'--t

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T he- fi, rm .-r :-t..,t>.L- !!+ t T '.-, i"', i,.-.t ( ntrn .-i- ; i; i


n ay be tit -, 1:.i : .',: k .' t,.. .- tt, '-t ,,
ge i: ially la:-c.-. '.u t iA c ti: i.. l'iis, t ait al iu;,e
are ia-d bit t _-.' -- ,: t;ia l Li ,'- b' m' r. 'i-
fortunate e.i.-t; butt a s'ta.-inger I am not, bi:, a
Bernmudian of nuo riie-iu F.a:ls,," althoughh -ij the
choie.. la ._u.-_..., .-01 F.ir Fi-y it is ,_i.dl
an t -xcr o..-.. :- o i I'. ...., I r :--.ree lth L1it, iu
w i.-'in0 that roy 0 .:,:., -,_!,a.: a 'F.' i,, v &et li lt
m iuded p,.:.p'!,: t,:i -'-": .'.r f .A(! i2r tui bb:>c
thingS, MY.: it will A., w.orf, n. e.. Y. 0. p: to exm-
ine then ci I:'f !y., I V f .0e -n. I -. i il A to. t dli': t<-
tion of thr wL .W for t -:;r ov-u -'iv :-'.ni.i-n'-e r neC:m-
mend the c.'.ant. .
To your c.r.:i-n: .'lent Pi.:.; .," I ;,;: it that]
I did n-t in t h .-...1: i-j,-ti,:.:: o : Ro.tc,:r of Peru-
broke and De n-.- .!ita. -, 1 ,i t :'.-.-r -u:-tia:.e. If he.-
WI i. .-t ::.., -..' .. ....-, ; i ,.,utr r:- ,.ii ed b-e
fore naceptin. th i ,; I. a' .'. I i a .
doup so, but the in te vit' 1 i- i fo: tIe b' t-
ter. If the 1p-.pi'i ,it n of P. at --ke hb- in-rensed,.
that of Devo, h Wire ;.! d:,: -". 1. .. the co.nere ,v -
tion of resid-tt.i .at th'. I'o0. ,h C('tluIh will te.ll. A-
for Trinity Ch1uir-lh, the Rectri h1-.s w-rv little n.e:-I
to go there, a- it i-. -n.eraily pnppli. with 'Iin.
ister of its own, ;t-Iil to all napli.-ar-nee- would.l b?
better left to itn-alf.
I still :-a-,'eit, t, 'st tih-i.. i-. -.no ne,-e,.,ity for a
Ah.:'amn e,. a.il think that I nr.a a .f- in a-:-yina* -, that
the people of D :a-von:idir o noct desire it, not from
any dilItke t to ther ct'r of I'ant-s, for he has the
merit, in a.i i.oin to 1:i-: o'h-li.r ,_'-,o d qualitie-', of be.
ing a EBa.nLudi.tI 1:.it they ",ilc-.,lI either t.ae left n-
they are at pre-sent. D.

C(ONTINUET)I ,ITTR-,,'sS IN IR.ELAND.

uELI:: .. -'. .,7 '. n,.'.-i Oli of !li{? M3 tusiG .
H ou. Re -i n ; '? 7';,'! i on it'. Fo:-:.ier,
C chief e- :... a'. A i i a., i t5 -1 C i. .! .
ntt.entic 'i :t .. W- ',t m ,- I. .l nl i
Lord i r : A ri .- not likely |


toa bTe n i;,a:w '.:; f d '1 rC.a1d .- ithe
co mi L- I. N r reA..
ces w A i l :. i I'T.f y h e
lai Ilt. i '- v i '- r : I a. '. % O ca,.
read e c ,, : i .te l..'p,.,., 6 i-,:. ; '..-i, v, Sa.:'-
ing f i, .. "a ; r.--W w r *It :?:j 're ,3 .:,
woult die ,,- i' ... .di .. ..a' r. 'I : r r, -nalt? tAt
the GOv-_l iir..eL ; i;-,:.u: i. nt. o'f t L.-
dif tr 9.ss, 3 iu.:"<: 0 nu o
to alleviad e it, i L .. Ca .: L ;,.. m ] diaO'i,.d-."
Jubsejqutc.;iti7 n -u.p aii i-. i' ., :!-*'- -_. ? 1 J0 .: COw.-
lm ittee ,SiOe..i l' F! o- .-'. ", L i I '- G rns..
meant the nece -_.ity .,f dieci: ii: Lcids of the
Treasury :o advi ce ai t :- '.u:. c.:,t:c..i;'-ucliron of
fishery phr,, s o~ a ;,n'. r hi had imad.
a strong ca.:', u'. s. V.;, ta.)-u Lov it eL <.i e the Go- -
ernment.


H.M.S. ATALANr..-WE- copy into ouri-iiSe oif to-
day, from the London Times and other English
pa prs, art iclera relat ive tI the, rmisingf ship A/,17ar,'a,
whi,:h ves.sel left here on the Ist, Febfi'ury for Enug-
land.-\Ve Ihavc. a letter t-if that date from her Chap-
l:, i, written eon boi'rd when ,he was lea'viu 'Mur-
ray's Anchorage, and l:.rou'ht to u -byv the Pilot af-
ter he haid served his ni.sual term in Qimarqanftine.
Or learininn' that :-he had not riea:lhed lier di.-tin-
ati in in due C-(.r:II -f time. we wer-e eminflded of
temt ,,-stuous we:.:th -r whi h we: hid 4.e-n re-
I .rt-.,l -v .-t i .r- at ew Y,-.r.-, to tlhe,,-- North andl
E ~, '-'a.l -A .f PB.rnu.,-1. tl.ou ..:h tn..t nt I!,he I.hlands.
but in the direct oir.' e -:.f tLe A, 'dil .da orn ,lr fvr.--
I'.-e henroe to Eui.larn., an-. within the twenty ,days
,. ,,. ," dcpartu'.rei h1 ,-e.
The follow iniL' i-s '"ie of th! ri.l n v r,_epo(rtS whiih
the New York Manri.e e..i.-ter f ti-. :ird 1 March.
"ite s *-
Stenmer T,,'a, (B-.'" Dunn, at Now York, Feby.v
20th from Bri,'tol. reported that on Feb. 11th, Int.
i i","' l,:,n'- i, }: ,:.VV s,'I ot'k.- .vt tr t,, bo.w ; st:rt-
Il e : ei' in ftre -hat, i a d :I 11iii ]a I prvrt
i. ,. i'L o :.ev ,-aiitiLi 'dl i .,c,:i kic'..; ,-,\, r the i -. 1 :
tli te :,.f:.,ai ni :7,d two fi'- r.ili-Iu w-er', dia_,le l while
t:.:m lkiu._ : .t- ir. t lhe h-- i ati : i 2th, the .E I': -
tihii N "*.'f se -' :ii:d b:i: ki, n to th.- S.V wit h i-,rhi
,i'":-, 'e.g-1, th:^ V\' ., w Is -trul-k 1y ,-avy .:,:t,
-:e.;:-,-hi .r .!e, po t -i..,e :.f '..I; :, l -.. ,.,ulkhea,, _nttin,':
I :r i l,,:k: r an-l .:.i-.;'s li, rth, andI wasin ,-- ov,:i'-
I "-.a;rd .i! taul:,-, lanI isp c'rlothii.ig ;n I. l.,eddin '.. t:iv-'-
inZ poilt life-bo,-at anid d'te.troy li' 1.'ii'; cn'-iacc a
vi.-re cm ,,pe.l.i.l to tak- r' f.Ifle in en'zine ro,-on, thi ir
t _i. l.. ei2 lood. :d ; .;th, 1-i t !'. l.:.u. 2.51 .low in.'
:.ver,--e gal.,: i S,,, .W I.,roin:ter '2 -l' win.1 sulI-
d.uly changed to V'.N.V'., in li mo,: .- violet nt squall
:u L .1 :_vw a p:i'rfel-t I1uii -.:n;rie, th-: v,.. I ,i.. in'- En-
'" : '"'" d ii' ,_ uticu .al 1 r: '. iul i"'p: a--il.l, t i a -
o,:'v (,r -t.: -n th,: now:, i-,:, A ro!!iu:.- -I,.,'--.', ha,1 *i
it,:,t thre-ateniin, :*ppl' arrnc e : at :;' p.mi.. ve.-- 1 9 was
,.-.ain .-tru,.: 1,, a ti,:,, ,,:ous .- r nkina' i, ..t:i -
i_:.ar, l .i-i -. 1.,ulk-heaid, i-t:l'.ari lifa:-bo::t w:as
.:n:ishird Ia ".iult the, fil nir.,:]. d thir pinit-..-i e wns.
b. .:.:u int,-, two ipi.:,:. -. b;.i l,,ow rai! and ir'.:,u 1 hid er
w i',- toi2 fromr thie d.,l"].-. Liun ,.- v. lw. fri:.iti
t Le b-id;_.,e anild *qr i'tiri d>- n id l ir h.:- :1: l -
;T. _.-, i,,loko- t b i ig-e f ":-Vau d and lar .ker. dhm.a,.ii-
,' :L d d,1nin; -,-r Latn 'e1 ; V r hi.h ,-1i :,: --oa
r, ihIiug, .-,:.-el phli.ir.in:i L.:a\ ily i :.t l t-'-kin." l,-a y v
-h ,'_ .v-r ,bow au,1! st.-rn F. Feb.. I.thi wirl v, re,: to
N.N.W., .I-'winz a hard L,-e. with violent sqlnulll.s
.' h-nil andi h 'iih r.iss : i.' up alo run toi
1.'-r..\1. "f.." I ho) rI, il n'II ,: tiIe ":'(.-: n,,:d _rat1-d :
:,te i-:r 'radiilly ro.;? i'i.n _". s t.-' :.i-14t.
The: O.l rlar-y of the A 'iralty s.. e., : omninu-
i. I tO Th i ew .p .'.ia t..itia .' tflI t lirtle hope- .
i u,.- t ', ine .at the Adj,,i:ldty tl,.:.t th-. train-
i'.r A -:l, it:, i. t -till f,,:- I, nual th:ti a fill anii
S" 'i il l.inr- w ill tlv e I-ld t,:t v.-c.-ert.aini
f ,:. t ip .- i..v i.i,, ri .1 e iipm e t,
.. -i r. n a a i ":- ral l v iI t.- rt -d
f,.r : _..- .'-rvi,., .i o w hi,.h ..-.e wa., niplve .,.
T'-..- -.-l Miuiter f Ft ,rm;.,nu Affain !sa in -
.'- I '. i : i.: j sti ir th i: :.:-pr in. 4 rf ,ll I D a i hi
-i i t1 .li ltI-j. i lf I ie -i1ii ,l 7i31.- 111i.l-ind to s p ai ix:
I',,: all in ii w f..-, the pur:.o -. '- of ,i_,t- lir, iut '
i,'. r.:!':. ; t,..n of the ini.-in r.. iti b tr, i a ini sliip
A rL .1 19 '1.-
Y/ :' ;",I/*" '* orof l!,, yI'ui! G.'::t'e.f
-V --Will you kindly in-..rt in your
S .. "'. lit in,' of yo r reAtders.the
i; .. n 1err d,. w ii:ch appe-ared in
.- i .-I. 7;,i ,.-." of 17th A april, in i .f,: i-' .-. ito
t'.r pii,...:thed h n o, ,. rt a t.o:- h r A ,,i 7, t
,-, i .h ,;:. it i r, l :.nd to trhik, in a, with l r
hinti'e-c. I -.. nip.E.-ii.V, have pe.ri.-h' it .
7-! i ,:.." i .-in no a cku.wld -e. ora.l : fiomi
whi.: t-h:e wihol.-, of the civilized a vrlti is supposed
t" d.: ii -:i.ght u ut, pre-o.,: i d it .o s is to the
lp!y-i-:J ':ria ti'n, si-ite ,of ,..fe -e, i;f T:-rail apa-
hiliti,, & : ....f this lit tk- group .,f is ad:-, must off
cour.re 1,.: '-bathdloed.
Yours, very truly, C,
M[ay i2. 1':5.

THIE ATALANTA.
T,:-.re i- n...thliu- to report about the Antalanta.
We shall prob.,bly henar notling of her uutil the
ar-rival 1 Ol the ,damlai- i'ronm the Chann-el Squadron."
"Auli impres-ion ,-unerally prevail:l that the Ata
Ilut.1 '.--tiaIly toucdl -edat oe of the Bermudna islands
previous to- getting ;:al for Europe. Geogrnaphers
,.i: .:it to ei dr a-erou.-s for a vessel -of more thal u
.1 t -on to enter the roads which lead to the islands,
-.:-! wer- t a vessel ,of the Atalanta1's touuage to at-
te pt t- pe.rformn this operation the enterprise would
no d:,:.bt be one of imm- nse difficulty. The reefs%
whih stretch out for 10 milh-. f'r:m the islands ren-
d,:: the-rn so ina:c- -st-itle to large vessels and hostile
f._'u.i.oi, that all fortificeatiou hs bleen deemed un-
ne,-.. Miy, *":rid alre'vy more than one En-lish mau-
,f.1 11r i.;.C hrid to p1;y the penalty for being too
r.C-.:,: ':,..:- :,*':ndis when one of the piriodical-hur-
ii: .',';". .fo-t.p er t th t pfl r t of ten oeau. It wnas
:,.- .!, -- ,:.-,'.,I r,:-! rt.3 thl,.t iu I;;7.. the Repulso w ent
? _, .. ,. e : r *\v ,,_1. _,-..._ "5 s.uus ,",,in, dow n with
,:.r. It -,.r also in the v,.i-iuity ,,f these island.
,iuriin':g ;h.: terrible ...torm of October, 17,0, that al-
roost .,u entire Britih fl,,t was lost."-Time orf
tit April. 185.(.

A fri.:-i~i~y U.'(,e of 'i:-ket ,'was played rt Pros-
,p.e.c or Mo,,day the ".th April, between the 21it
and '-*7th C'pna:anie. R. E.. which resulted in :
vic'.or;- for the former by 4" runs on the lst inu-
ing'. 0
27'TI CotrNAY.


l] t itnii -':.
S'tappe-r Mobbs, ... C(nuuors
L. Allen
Coipl. Pepperall, e. .Jamnes
I.. Allen
Smith b. r'-,>rTor,
S Thom, c. Beny-
worth, b. Allen

S'tpper N.-1h, 6. Connc.r.-
Prrayst a.-v, a/, (mora'ior
Shrives, 6. Cornnora
F-issou, b. Connors
S.minmurfield, not out
Chaiubers, b. Alien
TahyloT-, /,b..
Byes '., Wide Ball- 1, No
Bal!s 1N

Total


a appal
a'
I'
a-A


'I

f~ .iip~.

i-n -


2nd Innil'gs.


9 b. Connors

,0 ., Connors
I .-. C,-r.norz-


16 c. BLunyvworth, b.
Counors 1 l
7 not out !i
c. 0 c. Pradstreet, ..
(Connors 12
0 run out 3
2 6. Allen 4
1 c. Allen, b. Connor. 2
1 b. Allen 0
fl .. Allen
Byes 7, Widie Ball-sO
1! N o Balls 2 9


Total


21sr Co'mPANs'Y.
!L/ Itmngs.
A ll n, ot. -:'t-. .........-.............- -
A t t o. . . . .3
M :;r Citt, :, : rfi -ld .... ............ (
C -n'i...r.:, e. ai. 1 ,. o.Lim elm.: i l ...... 3'"
Kralr.v, ,t. Iol'::. ................... .... 1
E r. -J-.- o-t- h, e. J'folr:0,:. b Sociinucrfield... .
P.; u. Z,'.. F < c...................... (
.t. I ::l b. S :, n::I I ..ld ... ... ... ....... I
P ai -. a. :a i '.. ..... .. .. ..... .
Fa 1 . . . .1


.. ... .. .... ...
La -- s-1-. i. 1.


Tutd ......... 10!

,i !'."-2 L"a. "ii ,L.;" .. ti'e >a' S C.'.onva.s.ti.ag hit uin-
g',.t u Hui.hgl -i P, hSi .Aif< m;e a da hit whena
t ough"' o.ju''et .i h.'?:- ci'aL:ing, c-a lhe ground
Ath t the pee'p-s" hi-il'.; cu .!ere to bear- giihl
pa-,"' by n;ing :--" Youa know this is leap yena" I
It wve can't speak now, \ihen can we speak."


Arrival of the i'nlglish Mlail of the
291li April.
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain S. C.
Crowell, with the Englih Mail of the 29th ultimo,
arrived at St. George's on Saturday last. The A.
I.erformed the distance from port to port in 69
hour, having left Halifax at 4 p.m. on Wednesday
the 121h, ind anchored in 3t. George's harbour at
1 p.m. on the 15th.
T'h .-flpha exchanged signals with the Flagship
"'orl/tht.ipton, hence for Halifax at 5 p.m., on the
13ih. The N. left here on t!e llth. She would
pri,:,ibly reach her dc.liinaion on the morning of
thle 15tbh.

IDEAT,I OF THE HONORABLE GEORGE
BR 1 N. THIE I T'I:-OUI H- ED CA7NADIAN JOUR-
NA LIST AND POLITICIAN.

Tbh Halifax papers by he Mail Steamer Alpl i,
furniiih us wilh the particulars of Il,' death of the
ri,,:,venlimled Glintlermin, at Li liiorne, in Toronto.
i.'anala, on tli, mincrnini of the rlth instant, after
',:.';s iwo ,:eClhs :iI'fUii uliiing froi iLhe f--cis
of rn istol shot w;.1iound inflicted iby a drunken em-
pleh:ye.
'1lie recount ofI the murderou-s attack ntadle on
Bir. Brown, as iven bv that gentleman himself, i.
ri-flyv i as follows:--T ,- man fei-ine;t care and
(.:.I .i' at the door. le was to1ild to ceon,- in. He
O ntCerd, and proceeded to sLut the door behind
hit,. Mr. Brown stopped him and asked him what
he wantl,.d. The man .-wmed hesitnlin,:r. butL. t last
pr-sen,'i'd a paper to tin, andl aiked him t. sign it.
He said ;t was a st.-atement that le had bi-en em-
i.loved in thte Gl;be officiie for five years. Mr. BDown
s..id he ti-hutild, ajiYl o ', the head of the depar tlmeni
f,,r lhe i::r- iticai e, .ns hb, was nai awnioe o ihe length
oaI hio ,-,-rvice-. f;ennott repli.-d that the head of
tIh, d'lrai tri ent w tould n..li. ive it to him. Mr.
Brown then told himi he sihnibli apply to Mr. Hen-
nirn-. ihe I'reasiirir cf 1he Company, who had the
i aks. and could ti11 h :,w Ionig e had betn em-
Iplhi-ed. .ennelt tpr~-edi the paper upon Mr.
[iro.n, uanI asked hiim it' ":.i- q it. sign it." Mr
Fr,, in continued to refuse, wlien Bennett began
fair ,b.inl apparently it his pistol pocket, whetieupon
it p.-ed M'lrou2h M'. Brown's mind as he hir-:-..lf
s:,iid. hat the little wroetch might be meanin;o to
hott me." 1-Ie ot the pistol out, and then Mi'r
pr',.wr grabbedd him by the wrist and turned
ni- hndni downward;.. H-l h;ad got the weapon
cock'-ei before hoe wvs izd, and he art once
pul!- ] the Irirger, but the mnzzl, being tuIruedf
dolvnwardp,. (be ball struck Mr. Erown on thp
nt.er sile of the left thigh, taking a ilantin.'
direction, and escapinr about four inches belov anil
,-'wardis il.e! ack of the l'e7. Mr. Brown thereupon
closed with his assailant, and iti y ,oat outside the
dr- r. still ~Irugelin" r4-,! pIvvihr-il Bennrln ag:.int
the ilass partition of the wailing room, at Ili.? same
time calling for help. BE this time the alarm hadi
L-een 7irvn in the ofie, and a nriumber of er:.plove,'
rushing down, the man was seized and qrui. kly ,di-
armei', Tvl.ile Mesgis. A. Thompson anl! Joln A.
Ewan heiil him, Mr. Prown wrenched the piiil
from his arap. an]d Ith-n wallked into 1his rou.,m.
carrying it aloin with him. during the strug e-
in ,he hallway v enn,:tt Irep; ,it',, ly mn de antt.mnits
to again fire off his revolver, but h., was preverniial
from co-:kinr, it by Mi. '-,iro .vrn, who, notwiths-tan -
inbc the fact that he hr.d a!r-l-adv received oane shit, o
heNl on to his would-be mudorter until assist iocet
camrn and he wn~ overp'6'vered.l. 'Te services e! an
O.f'ceer having been ealiedl into r,:quisitlin, Pennett
was landed ever ,o his k!epin-. andtu-cuffed, arn
conveyed to the Polite Station wh(re be was locked
up.
The bullet h.-hich must nhave dropped to the fl.)or
after it passed through Mr. Brown's leg, was found
lying on the carpet in hii room, several feet from
where the wound was given.
The man Pennett, who is a native of Canada
had been employed in the Glob Office, but was dis.
charged for intemperance.
Dr. Johnson, Coroner, opened an inquest on the
the remains of the Hon. George Brown, at the house
of the deceased with a number of prominent. mer-
chants on the Jury. After viewing the body and
hearing evidence the Jury returned the following
verdict. That said Gi-or e Brown di.1 on the
Mth ol May, come to his death by a wound caused
by a shot fired from a pistol ia the hands of the
prisoner George Bennett, alias Dickson, which
shot was feloniously, wilfully, and of malice afore-
bthought fired on the 25th March last, with intent
to kill and murder the sa.id George Brown."
The prisoner said he as. sorry for the accident
from (the first, it war done in a scuffle, and more
pamti,'ularly so since it 'ermin.ted fatally. The
ball was intended for the overseer.

Mr Vrowun has lon1,t- been ileuti6fied with the
pres- aud poli ti::. ofi <'an d-il ; ai forcible though not,
an eloquently fluent -p:.aker, and p:erhlap.s of too
deie minied a c.haram ti' to be a .'tccessfi,. ulpoliti,:.i-i .
ir,,wn'i integrity Vw'. inuque.-tio,:Ed and in him
i'an:.Jda has. li.,'t a m1n:, who didi much to aIdvan.e
the interests. of the country.

ADAPTATION OF MERCHANT OCEAN'
STEAMERS TO WAR PURPOSES.
Mr. Donald Currie's pr,.mini':d paper on the
"Adaptation attracted a large audience to the Th,.tre of the
Royal United Service Institution. Londoun, on March
5. Auxii..-us to, see the Commercidal Mrine m:;de
auxiliary to the Royal Navy, Mr. Donald Currie
proptunded a plan which will doubtl-ss receive
consideration, though when it will take practical


shape, or to what extent it will at nry tim,- b-?
adL..pted, is more tha'Li ay:i one canl venture to sa&y :d i
present,. He sugge:.ed that the Government should
select ray '10 or 20( ste-'.imers capable of steamuin~ at
a high speed for a period of 25 to 50 drayi.. aud hav- L
iug good coal-carrying capacrtief. The owners of
those steamers could be paid a reasonable monthly
sumn for ibeir retention; and it would further be de-
pirable to specify certain stations in various parts of ,
the world where a sifircient number of officers sud
meu abonld be pennaueut'ly retained, together with
the necessary steor'es and warlike eriutipmeut for ren-
dering the vessels fit fir attnac and deienee. Such
an addition to our navy woun], he thought, bp suti- t
cidLet to I ara'y.' of the Russnti vounat.eer cruisers, would inspire uni-
vre.nal kiufidrnoe in Englantd aand in the cejouie.s. ..-u
prevent much ,f the ditficuiyv whieh v.-ould be felt in
fitting out auxiliary resrls in home ports a when ..ud-
deu -y -ajted. .'il- Sp,'iieei- Robis,. ,,vho has ben
dis.cuasinL the quetkiou of England a-' r. Naval
Pow.er" in thie p-a,'-' of 1the NMiueteth C'aturIy, r
wt' :. at ... 'thos.'e 'ri -. ," a'nd1 he took a il'_:r ini ent '
part,. iin th,: di:sc'. .i.a-o He eli pi th.aticafll7 dchareda
St h-t th coidui't f t lb:t Gocvernm-eent in !-:vioi) the
ConI iiiL. t;' t:,'i. i. r, t flel t u oiii tifie-L. v,.:.- .,.:, of |
the li ilP:'ha >ri,'-a which .it..he oudi ii:d r.:i-,ndi,. He -
be!ievh ..I that ih .ii:' r..Ua t -i!, t ".:w,: tun:h u ,L -. ad"r-o- I
C' t y ... C i -' ..,u i tI :'.it i :u' :i,. rli
e '.'l l.1i :'-,: i,.-,, I.'.;<. e. '. v..,r aly uir+ ied '.L ._. e 0 i,- t, (,i
U;:L iml .' t" .1o ai ;: :.beIen, C cat. l'

i W, O l'. .' t i tli ii a t d.-i .n o (

U (: tl ..Y.. bo,.. !*, 1 v :t .._lf lo tdiv u-ni.- u w-'i. b-; io
h. 1 the ..i .Ai',-Ai ,.;RYal tCiOM ;-
awin dOMt Cn th i r m-i.t oa O: t.ana. of pta.
s' ti'. tii- vte .ie.-'a .. .. '. L v a i n T- '
lttin.. '

A w'i'.n T djit. BtWl ay- Dry Harb.)iiour Motiiim- Id
aias. Jam-,ie:., in 'the :e"i,,th o01 i;irch, n( tho ad- 1
danced age of 1-1i0 years. fi


Late from the United States and Eu-
rope, &c.
The Steamer Muriel, Captain G(ilfoil, anchored in
Granaway's Deep, Quarantine Station, on Sunday
evening, after a quick run, having left New York
on the evening of Thursday last.
The J/. was detained in Granaway's Deep, by
order of the Health Officer, as the Government had
tee-u informed that s)mne persons who were ex-
pected from Nassau might be passengers in that
vess'.-I, and it was thoughIt desirable to protect thiJ
-counutry firm posible imi'port-ations of Yellow
Fever, which now prevails in the Bahamas.
Thle mails and passenger- were lauded from the-
Maridl o'n Sunday. and thle .-hip came into port
early y,.-steral:y morning.
We arc- indebted- to Capt:iin Gilfoil, Mr. Pur-.r
IMc'Caghey and Mr. Horne, Second Steward -of
the JMri'el, for files of New York papers to the
lI.th inst.
D:e-laware nud Hudsn R. R. Stock 74.

THE IMPERIAL P .LIAMENT.-It i: believed that.
icr Maaj-isty will op.n Patlinamerntn tIe 2ithe1tb int..
and- it is gin:rralIy snpp, sed that a bill will be in-
tr.ilince Prtmb'dyvin, g ihe reco'-nmendation.i of t ,'
select coruamitt-e r~ pointed to coun-ider the operator
of the B,-ight clauses of the Irish Lan i Ac-t.
Mr. Gladstone ha. be: n re-eiecti.d i.o Farliami:: t
fi Midlotbian without opposition.
Sir Wiliiam 0. Vrcnon-liarcourt,who has tak,-r
oriiei.' n Hort-ne Secretary, w.a 1d-'feated u.-on co, -
ing hcfre Li: countilu,?ncy in Oxford City fr re-
election.
The Unir-te:l States ship P ,.;. l',.!-f;,,,, h-i'.to
coniplet'.?d her charitable mission to Ireland, i-I1
Cork H ;arh.,ur an her rolurn voyacne to the United
States on ith 11th inst.. As -he passel out. she rwa-_
.saInted by the v:,ti iu.: ships ia the river and by
(he forts.
There ,rere i600( death.- from starvation since
.January in the District of Ururairgab, Persia.
Anglo-Aerinre,n able shnrf-i rallied on further
I umaours of the ne1w Freach cable having be.aq cint by
an iceberg. The stock exoh,ange idea is that, for
want or menr-v to make repairs the French com-
pany will have to sol to the Anglo-Ainerican 'n
any terms.
Twenty-four Miun,]red emizr.at; were epetc.,-
at Liverpool from Bolfa-t awl fourteen hu::d-?d
from Sligo on 15th ia.stant, to e:nbnrk for America.
49,41.3 p;asenzeris of whom -1i4,921 were immin -
irnn i, f.rrive.-d at th.- port of New York duii iln t'e
raont < of April la-f. Durn-,g the corresp, nilin:.
mii-ith 1 -79 thrie were 4l-l.24i pas-engers, of 0 noatc
11,0 1 were imitigrants.
I'npt(:in Julus B rr, rf tle German Steam.nr
/t;aine, i:0 on trial in New York for carryiigW mo:e
paseneer= upcn his vessel than entitled to do by ,
law. There are 15 other Capt.ains who are to :,2a
tried on like chlarge,-.

Brniia'quh r' t take t,' ?iie a't/,?h or retire LoI,)N,
.Mttv 12.-The (C'ninitt-e of the Houtseoof fConinousL
to w which was referr-il the ca:ca of Charl's Era ]!.au-ih
voted to-day on the queozrion 0o his admission io his
seat upon hi. mn.kin.: an ,1nrmation ins!.ead of t:.k1-
ing The ecustoniary o2.th, Tee ComliLttee wa cqisl:J.
ly divided on ih;e qust .ion and i!e tchairC-.t 'ain
th'- c:iwting ,ote 2;i'nst disp..n-in.i with ihe o,.l'.t .
It is now i loietr'dl in some quarti-:-r i':t.:t M r. ',i.\-' -
langh will now t'Ake the oath, but his more intimate.
friends say he will not, and] thaI he cannot withoi-i,
convicting himself of gross incaisitency and i y.,-
pocricy.
The Channel Squadrron, which wras ordered i,-
cruise in search of the Irainiug ship Atalanta, ha.-
arrived in Bantry Bay. No nc-wL' of the milsin.
vessel was obtained.

MR. GLADSTONE AND AUSTRIA -- THE
PREMIER AFOLOGIZES.
Lord Granville hias seat a dispatch to ?St '-1. C-
Elliott, British Armbasadlor at Vinnuna, inel)sin ., t.
the request of Mr. Gla-..sone, a cpty cl a !rt:er writ-
ten hy the latter, in which he says:
"When I ace'pred the la.Ik cf forming an admirn-
istratioa I resolved as Minister not to repeat -r ereen
defend political language regarding more than one
foreign power I used when in a position of greater
freedom. I regret that I should even h-ve seememl
to impute to the Emperor of Austria language which
he did not uge.
LONDON, May 12.-The London papalrs geuerallyv
comment. in a tone o0 rscret or cnsure upun :'!r.
G(la'latone's apology to Count. N.ruol.yi for laIgu-.e
on the hustings respecting Austria.
The Stand,rdT's ien !.-, corr spondentf. rport3 tb at
the ,majority or Ibe newspap;. ci-:.osider Mr G'ii1-
sto ei's letter satisf"'.ctory to Au tri.t. It is rseg a!-
d na a ull! rec,_l nitioi of and c- on.:ir.t-. vi.'. ,"' I,'.
Btaron von Haymierle'. policy.
The Berlin Yal'c'.il Zae'.viaq .ai-s.I the letter i'. on:.
of the Eocs. : -~. e t.'soi .din'rv 1J,' .ni:'!'f e,-.'v r iC '.,a i e
Irom Do nving; :st,-et, and is b',] 1nd i:"'r the f--'.
eign policy of the new Government.

POLITICAL PROb..-A.MME OF THE NEW
MINISTRY.
Thei Salmt ,,;ii N<:w'i..,., ie hd.do.ia g 'he politic"
prc'.giamme of the G.ld.Witon Gov ,rnmeat, thiai-,
the new Parliarment. .vi!! .?e mealtI mnore occu id
with domestic than with for-:.ign affairs. As there
is io present alotire for stimulating the zal of the
7ic;orious party, it may be cpect.ed that the mea-
sures of the approaching 0sh0 t. session will be few


nd miodee.t. The IParneit band will doubtless
create some excl icen' in tl'.e 1.ouse by,' persisteace
un ite policy of oi.s.ructio'-, .uaicss there be some
,lear' indicationa .of a d.fe nce .-,> their denaand,
or Land Law .ikefoirnm; but, i, i gravely hinted
hat he gagging" '' me re- proi:.,sed tby Mr.
Neowdegate from the M;iiste.-iarl binches will be
pursii'ei oa ihe Opp')siiorn -ide, ,ind that from the
Government adherents there will be ready a;d
giv.-en to any anti-Irih mea.uce of-repies3iin. The
Revt'ew, with apparent reason, says:
T''ie Chancello, of the Exchequer will almost,
necessarily accept, the Euldgc-t ot h;.- predecessor;
iand he will 'have the ,hea. fi, of Sir S.GorLhci.e's
tandul.y riodet t -etimati.'s of revenue. .nu addition
o the succession duties would r.aie questions too
complicatedd for a short Sis:ion, though a Ministry
inder the influence of Mr. G adstone will sooner
or later propose a complete or parli 41 equalization,
If the duties. The fati'-nrs' friends who h iveI ,I i
ompaieited of (he impoveiishrmen t of i,,:,ilord, .0y
eas,.n of life tea..in, wi '.! protiabi! r,',.;i .i
'loa ai iyi a :..m I' ,is ';. .-hich w ill : .., .).-- : ..t1 i
i '-Ti:-.lrLA.-red & i v il t. LiI ido. Id
i ; '-" :: atj;: .. i t'l ,,) F; ,a- n:o ., liin: .. .' l i.} -
,i. u'a oh '.' -C r -I l. ,;, i ..,i!d ; ." _'.
Liy.-",' ,.C- t'om a]0o a ,-'' > -- L.. ',t ,. d. j i a
t.. t it hlai-:, u K. It a" t""''-c :..
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Sena
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i,:i..)i;.> t',.e A Lhah' i',' "-' '.... 'i '.- tLii'i i] -
:!'1 i !,'- i'".Vit l.. t 21 i:h=t .iO ;:i'"J li ,.:' Ploiugc'i!2 :,

'hi c,:',pi failed 1..-. y.:'. anti nov.' jcii- at tiue
a'vi.: q_ :-~a ,on. !t.'e w.b;.i., pGptll fiion c al! led a .
ef- :i;, Te c;:-l l'ira,= *:.f aiontelligra0
:ecla:. t hat ui .' i_.. p :pl_ a.'i n o 'e: rn to the
-!ds within ten ,!nys a famine will be inevitable.


* The Vienna correspondent of the Times reports
that affairs in Albania are not. so bad as the special
dispatches make ont, bnt there is sufficient cause
I for uneasiness to raise a doubt whether the question
* can be settled without an armed conflict. Five or
six thousand Albanians are assembled at Tusi, a
few miles from Podgoritza. The Montenegrins
* are concentrating nine thousand men at Podgoritza.
- The Turkish force in the province is only about
three thousand. Even if tbhe Porte is willing to
execute the convention, it has not the power;
and if unwilling, it i difficult to -oe bhow the inter-
vention of the Powers can bp effectually brought
to bear.
The Vienna Politic:dl Correspondlnce has a dis-
patch from Scutaii saying the Albanians have re.
linquiohed for the present their intention to attack
the Montenegrins, but continue to concentrate
their forces.
ALBANIAN PATRIOTS.
VIENNA, May 12.-The Albaniins hare formed a
temporary Government at Scutari. A dispatch
from Constantinople snva : Hadji Ornman Pasha,
'ommani,,r of ibh Turkish troop? on the plain of
Polgariiza, not only arranged matters in such a
way tth- the racuatc,1 positions were immediately
0ceuplied] by the Albianians, but he detailed so bmall
an "c-rit -, his pi ovisi nr and ammnlnition trains that
the .Albanin.s trook t)opsesinn of (hem easily. The
c.mpli:.ity of G.r.-G.en. Izz-t Pasha is ejqu llycer-
tain. It is now very doubtful wbpther ile Porte
could recover its authority. All t'e chief tribes
hare sant contingent-, anti ithere is p erf(',t harmony
1)etw- "n thie Muisnl1-nlns and 'hri-,tiin. From
A! -trio, Prisrmnd, Yakoro, Ip--k, Gusinie a nid Plava
c--n tI -r- ,le s.'r-es tive ali,_-,idv rrivr,]. A large
a-inI, of 'liridite3 ha-,' rist pas led thr,-,l: (ib on their
way to Cic fron'. It is believed that inorr thaa 10,-
01"0 men are c, !lectred in the neighborhood of Tusi
ianl Hurn, and that, they are well provided with
Artillery. Saupplie- of provisions anl arataunition
have I-17n p-;urintg into the mountains nil lwinler.
'on tribute ins ar- levied frim all the A Yi:-.,ianAs un-
der p-n.ally of havin their houses bu.irn]. It is
conf I ,?ntilv' asserted thalt tIe supp!i., o 'i suflicient
to maintain a long strug.-le."

Froni the Londi..i Ti.,,es. of t16h Apor: i:SI).
TIHE ATA.LA.N PA.
ADMIRALTY, Anril 12.-" On the 7ib ol Novem-
bet-;' 1.,70J, the .tatid lta. a sailing tr'iate, tr'iainin
sLhip for young seamen, proceeded o(i her ihird
crul-is t I instruction, anil sailel d ihoai- Portsmouth
(f)r :hIe 1i' e : Ii lies, with .0 I -,r.' io r 'tur i hoiue
1i,,'ut. ile ib of A p'ri!. Ia coIll U .iit:nce If i.i eases
.4f r- ll,, w ;-% v.'e r cI'e alirri.alz ii i .iird, ';-,tiain .S irling
ri-.i,' I 0i 'u e il t", proco,-il It. once to B,rmut 1i. where
h, .,ri;.',i nai !b1 2, 0ih of .J.-nu iry ,and i lf oa the
t 1- o' iuary u r En, gl.u i. t.h- *rew ii-,inz then
:o ,-:..'.1 health, .ince which d.ate n: int.c-liigence of
t-e .\'al..nt bL s ibe,:i received.
Li U-:iil1 !At w -vek iL w.A i.,)opl d t 'bih thf? non-ar-
rivl nf Ibe -'alp was caus.i by i.'aptain Sturling,
altt r le .vi-., B.'inuda, ,l-cidiani to prolong his
,:cu:o- in :i:'.c dancee with the ori ,in.d oiriers: that
ii.ro-, b r u ing n.)sw ia e] i;ihbout aoy nrv.-s of the
hip. orders have b'en give:. for iHer Majesty's des-
i. i., v-s.ia,.i S-,!ai:ris to proI) eed at. one,' frcim Gib-
ir:,'rn ihe A.zores, and make inquiries at each of
'.-i.L.L;aLL fo;-r any traces o4 the Atalania. The
p et I C.'LCri-el Squaidrua also received orders
*:,', 'hi; 1)t i inis,., to proceed from Gibraltar to
;i, .M..:r an. '::rui:'e home on the track from Ber-
mu ia.
'' 3Iacc'bant.: is now.v on passage home from
B :-i ;1:tda, It is hoped, the! before, th.it, if the Alta.
:.inti has been dismasted, she may be fallen in with.
*" Vh.rh fThe Atalanta lIft Bermuda there were
I ons of water on board, and an ample supply of
provisions. The ship was in all respect sound, pos-
s-2sse8- of atiisual stability. and coimnjnded by an
officer 'frgoodjud-gment and high professional quali-
iicitions; but the unexpected delay in her arrival
&ffords cause for anxiety for her safety, bearing in
mind the many Clisasters which have ocrred dur-
ing the pa.t two months, consequent on the very se-
vere weather which has been experienced in the
Atlantic. There is, however, still ground for hope
that she may be only dismasted, an-l may yet ar-
rive in safety."
Our Portsmouth Correspondent telegrapbs:-
Ia spite of rumours to the contrary, the utmost,
tlat cmn be said with reference to the Atalanta,
training ship, is that no intelligence has been heard
of or from her since leaving Bermuda. It is use-
l,.' to disguise the fact that grave apprehensions
t-,'.pecting her safety arc entertained hy the Ad-
,iiriltt; but these nlppr'r-bo-iioi.s are ia a great
't -,., oving to a coeious.ess ,if the sad fate
v'.i'-i:ti hlieell her sister training ship) twu v?iars ago.
T -;e are still grounIds for bo;e,anI tb-> .\ ,l irali.y
'. a?! uatchi-ng the Chinnl Squ:t-lron. t.o ', :h for
5 .Uih :.ot h b r, h',I-? talk .n i'i- htI-i cour .. .'t soil'e
i-a.- i t,.-rt -"iptain Sir! a "*ti, ,,).-ai tu aled
V.iie ['i.--,-..: .hip bias the repiuta ion o.f he in a sound
.,n"! n,,Li- .,s nari..uo:)r, a i] i t .s jit p.;s.ible that,
la:7 '.1:: tbh maislartucae ,,) h-v.r his top nasts
C,:' i.I ax-a; by ih ,.aI- t,o gles, w-i, c ntiuu-
'. or to-,arly a m.jnthb, the ship may hare been
;iea tari ojut of hiir course, aani be it the moment
l:ib.:.-Jlng iath th North .t ta: ic. Aa attempt has
l:.n i .' l o )t-ct I ,: .-..;',pper-bu,,o-mel ship
whhet: is s.,id to hVTe' b',e dic.c)v.'rel ir.'ii:, -up
." the 'Pa war, VWes India mail seam -r', withlb the
Atdlantn; bua. thi i, rtt'-y iallacihus. Ln the first
pE!'.a-, the reported wreck is considerably smaller
than the corvette, and in the next place it would
be impossible for the A.talanta, with hbr weight of
water-tanks andl 4-13 tons of ballast on b)ard, to
float in the circumstances itaeed. It she w';re once


to tu!rn turtle, sae- woul-. siak with, a!as! ih ala-
cy o t.h Capi.in. T' h:.alantia 1.3 a -auch stiffer
sip under cana. s than the Euryli.:'. w.,i: ,(nd Is of
g'-r-ater stability, ser':ral change. having be-n in-
trId-luced into hU'r trim wbil- fuiting out at Pem-
ib),roe after the loss of the sister ship haji produced
w;de:-[iu-ead al.trmi in the seivic.?. It has b.ea taken
Ior granted that the Atalanta, evea if afloat, must
h.tve been fcr some time short of prodiasions and
water. Her water stowage, however, was eqaal to
100 tons, the du'atica of which would, ol ec.urse
die-:.-r.d upon the emerigeuncy to b? met and the eco-
nomy priactised while as r:?egards her stack of pro-
visios, no) conclusion clan b:- it.drawn itn ,hbe absence
of in.formationa ,: to what, she t-,:,Lk u board, at
Eeralu aL."
Our Plya(.:sth Correspo~lnt teIhgr:-.,hed last
tishtt--
"- ,wn to the present time no intelligence has
be i-. :',irAd in Plymouth with respect to the
Ata :-:,6 ?1ich 'ia wa. coci'rui-'.iotld t ".;d sailed
r >j i:', ; ous; on thi.. 7.'L of Nov .i:r L.ist. It
-i : pc,',;eF in P-lyimoui l.a- ship
., t, ,.;. .,a. ,d.;, iey ), :e! ,) t B,-... o 'P Trad,-e, is
t,," -:- : :b-e, r ie ,.iuch :; tere."
o I,'c .,i .,r fV. i,iie '.
.,!:. -- s x ,- ",s; l se n h'- ao.,' ai.-iO ii i, ij',A'.'. i -, - :tS rcai -
'__ .-,' 'tli.'-i, i .'a -1'i' ury unftA',' ar,ibi-? ih eli'..t ce
i-.!. .:- -;'. V:,i3led cl-2u l-c o -i -, :'l..' ', i.' i-.s rel-
.' ?.nea
toi: sh't;ie ic, i>e tw:- the t') .;- i a?. c'i well
. ti w u ..i ".is!tingi.iish' d ( a a ,iaiuce iO ,i1 cn,.-gaged
\ tF, ....hippi ,g T. Tilhe Tam,, I.'epr.,,.s a cop etir-e 'ot-
i,".,;ued ve.:;.el.
Yours obediently,
L.-; ;'s, Alprii 13. JOH:4 D. PRICE.

King .Ai;ouso hai signed a decree: u:IhoI izing the
laying of a telegraph cable between Cuba and Ja-
Mi aica.


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