Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
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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: VID00021
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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For ftl.e Roal Gu:itt .
..S-R.,-As I am on a little tour round the Western
Islands, and may inu all probability remain iauong-
my Bermudian. C(ou`.uj for a few montlh-, pehap-s
you will kindly favor me with a little space in
some humble column of your highly esteemed G'-:-
zette, with n view of making' young, rind a f:-w f1ieni h
of-mine, acquainted with what I have St:e'u dinmiu
nky peregnriuations rtioum the habitalie ;l'th)e.
SThey call me a 'si/, old for' in the ncihb,,urh,?i-
I. hail-' from, and indc-:-?' p,.-,-ple .soim'-tiules s.y
things that are veiv tine-VyoL we must prac-ti,:o
charity-dear sir, for it -overeth a multitude of sins,
vyo ]nuow. Now I iiiud unot. \vihait folks s-iy, pro-
viding they omit to call mein nas names, for I alm
sadly given to cholei.:. (ebuilition:s, to subdue .whiibh
I take he th 'ratc's- pain. inr-i"i''l., for should my
passion rie.e to bcoili g pitch, I boiw off mrore coin -
pressed steam thun my -, -akeued boiler is capable .
of sustaining'. -But to m- purpose
On Monday night, Iit 10to instant, I paid a
visit to the '- Ganvi.'au Thi-atrco," Pro:?pei:t Camp;
to be-a witness of a.Dran;t "Dral F,-ir.' eutitlid v,- i
pectiv.ly Never too latd to Je:n/," ui-1. T"hi .Ir.'tfl
Dodger,". announced to be perf;-rnu:,-rl by the Ari- ,
teur Dram.atii, Chinb" of tho lt Cv:r ., L'.'. i
I. accor4inglyv pin. i a ti ,.ct i.'.. i
time to secuiuu a ,,ou'i .iPlt. The BTin- ',.i t,,- "'t -th
Regiment at, the tin.'- I tered t i,.i woo--a l.'il'--
ing (bearing the pr':'.uIl prett::'ti n: iit- l ''. .-
tre) were playing. a IC:li4"htful \vl.-_, ,.1 as I ,'i
tatively sat I took in a furtiv.-- .-'- -' l.-4 .
maunnuer iun- which t H- ,i-pl!ay i,;' t ,-ui..a .,'
flags were arraun':l 1.-aly i.i i,.,.,
were spared to :it.''.. e ,,l oI.A" ,,i, .' 1 ,.:., ,i '
wait 'W ell, of tL i m rr, ;ia n. 1 ., :lian. :u.' !i
the Pi'roseuium, I .. ti:-.l ha t L, -: i',1 ,:-v
iutended.to repr-es- ntsi. T:e.. .. "
a.,ld'was' worthy ofi ivih; pruin,-. 'j i,.-:
'.e atre.
The id .a t n-t. o UiN. i i.. x .i,1aik I lj n L -,'..' ..i
the arti.,t who paintd t h,.. :,'lhi 1.,1 i'-'.:. rxu. .
lIave studied at el her t"hoe IT. i:.an -r Fi -'i
School-A of Fiune Art- ': I r-.ua,-,,o h-l i:i-u.,.ki ;.,
however, that it is ,a-tin ii'l.- 'vhetler in; k, -;
peare had. tire I.l 1-- D : .'ioni-,s i' vie i," itiv'
the Tempip..,." 'T!., i;- pl do. .:-: cataitu a
single illu.I-'iou, and '.-Ly '-v phra.eS-, '.whi'.i,, t.ak.-
apart from their 1':,nit 'xt, iavc a lca'I ... d'-r. is. veryi'
"ppareut. Thc fli.!t.. ofT hif ftc4i.v-t. .,1-i-o di.idek ,
".Still ve-ed Briinuootnhe,:" fr., t'1-' Idwl' oI Pr',:.--
pero by perhiap: ar., iam,'.i''nar's -rran '.... :i t it
was in his time believed that t!e trui Bernmuid'-
were another 0roup -not now.' to',: ,.:-lnA.L1. Mala
was assuredly right in. ionsid- iun:-- the eirciunmtaa-
ces attending the stvim n by whi-.h Sir (Gieor'--) Szo-
ex's was wrecked a; Lin .i .ug.:estcd the title -as
wOellas some of the L,.j-idents of' i e play. BuL this
i.aap4er-r. dire'ssii! Up rolled the proseciuinui
s-enue and a vicw of Haiiltrn T-larboinr W'.I, p:'-I
dqcd,l,_d, 44fro. .,.tt my kuowlud-e is of tlhe
position of;the: harbor, Tas faithfully rep,''sente-d
alonw-Jth the fi'uii of cfri in- child known _r,-
t,.uam of: i.'.l b'-ly." T7lie ttkliuig of a.
bell sooi brought n;:' t' my SeIJses, and up ventu
e,-yView..of. amiault,,ii H:.bo'ir alou;' with Gi-n; 's,
ei;f. trouvi-and "a d .v;. too)U Late to :'.-u.:l' bI.-
agnu, :
tJr tlhqk I can't do better than say a word or two
ea the ,plot of ttti.s int,--,otin, Dr:ai i. ~'hir- ii
pitebed.in, Berkshire, Englau'd.i
The hero of.the pl..t is 7- y u'iti Ber'kshir,i? f 1.i'.:r,'
named Qi-oe Fiold'Ei., -vr-ho fall-. deeply in love
w h is pro,' ty -co..:, S au l.I-aitU, wvl,:,.e fatL..i-
is ainuighbouriL.ng fa nimer, aud nu,::l to Georg'e-. A
Frapl, \Vi-'hester, .a. y,'unn :entlnt-ina, .iand .nu
** Eail' s ndn4,'" is also -ia v- '-:,it'h a ,oun.g -1a.ly vwh
returns hi ,-; passion, but .si is Iht pet-liy .out of TiL
ifl, aY her frieids':onai.lr that his :,ney .a.ud
depetatiou-is are LIAt c.-ua! to her.'.
He'tries'to persuaded Gauer-' o ng.) iin i him to
Australia, and to give up f. miniuL-, t; poi1or .,i
linWwau hichis. iluuprditablo and -hai-... is a mill.
stone round his neck But e:orge declim:a the
kind offer with rratit:d. for thr thliou;ht of p'artiu '
with his dear ;',11sa -'wol'ldt be uJaduines'.
SA Mr.,Jphu Meadow.;- (a eunning- miin) who was
a garter inu his youth hbut is now a rich corn faeto .
and surveyor, is als:' in Iove with Susan Merton,
4.nd (uding that George Fielding it? a year behind
in paying his rent, buys the Grove Farm," rented
y 'Geiorge, with a view of crushing his rival. To
Tiirther his chemo h: brings into his confidence a1
great scamp named -Peter Crawley, (a man who
fears iothinug' but the law) whoi he or..ers to put
TIA deed of execution against George, to quit the
farm, which he. acco.rdinglv carri's into ffeit.
George on findingz that all i. inw, w lost, is deter-
mnTti'ed 16 go' to Aus-trlia wlhih hi is moP'? proilpt-
ed to do by just receivin- a lett,:r from his friend
Frank Winchester, and partly through the advi':e
of-a 'Tom Robinson v-ho turns out to be a great
i1)Qf b.ut, eventually the great example of, Nerer
.too late. to mend."
Susan's father promrnises her. h-nd to. -,cr-r' 'm..
.coIldition that lie retus with a th.,usand poun is,
Just to show thint lie is n:.t a fo'Il. Geo:g<-i 1
about to leave, when's ,n: Le.vi -i JeTw and Mro.-v
'Lender) and a victim to i b:e in ,,-i'.-,li:ii,.c, ou f Joh' .
Meadows, whlo like Ge1'r!.:- hrls h-on tuii'n..l :'it, '-,
his house by him, entersl to pay It:,: muoleQy due It .-
S George's re t T'P is. tv"iy l -i' '..':f* '-. ''," -
erously dhclinird hy ".-'_,- -, who i.'-i i'l i -
u-pou going in cJqUe:,- of tI' ,lI,:,usaiud p.'.tn'iidt aid.
l 'a xdn g uSL iM n 'in th o -i,,, ke ,: 1 ?, I n o f ,i-A b rr tI ',r
William, lie depart:'S fr'in th-. fo.iId ,lnn,., of is
childhood. Tom R.l'iusrn, the c-.'i'-ted t.if,
durityg the ab.senea of G(.orge in .Austr-!ia, is
brought to the knowledge, of 1ik w: kclIi:.-,-. by ti-.'


assiduous kindness of the' ,o.Cliy chaplain to thI.
prison in which he is ine.remoerted, and d.:-'piy re-
peuts of his former crimee. H2.- is lii;,Pto'.d ,: .i
tiQk&f-o.af-Jeave, and is the be-iu'er of letter It.:
George from Mr. E'deu the Chap.-in to the Prison,
within which is u-lc-ise.d a letter front Sus.iA. X.t
last. ie finds im inu the wild: of Aiutralii, '-,'i:
in the depth of dei-pair, : i'., jdi i the' o:' .'fl
of His love- the ti hou ..' ]-t .. n.ils, G .'itr .'- f-.:..
gives Robins.ou for hi.s f-i' ira r c. i(e.s- -ul',v i :,- .
is a reformed man aui; l the -.n'-, ci;' .\ let' ..*ri
his dear Susan. Fl'ri.une winld .,-t.:'r :; r. .
with the piese.nce of .T,! '.bid-' -- fil i i p
es on the usiind o.f G4-oig"' tint .-i l ;.-; t',., '
for the chdic-in g, combini,-, wi" : 1 h r-.tie,-n.e m..1t f'il!.
They conjointly .-et t.) t;i ,d'k ,a'L a' i t, n'- f
diggiu ,-o wiel the lot:- it o- Ni iL '- s -- ;',ri
asks W hat v .u .k ., *- '" lyv .~ : -': *Ic 1 t'.1
row about -si!.,w tr e" I f- .-i o 7 '. i i 1
lump." Ja ky point.I t u":Iu t' t '- .
proves to be? t nuggtl'. of ,,go.-i at.l this .udi'en
piece of good fortune brings back to tho e despai.-iinz
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prl'o.pect of no h',pe f_,r the fatuno. Dturin- tr'1: -' '
i,-nce of George, his .Uernv.y, John IMeaor., :.-'- : .
:) 'he-- Peti Cr.rI ey aft-r luf to A.u-trali i .
vil ..Li i .ii.tr ions ,:l ) p it ',or '.re o-e [ 'i'f t.h li ,' ",,
h- .'rri.-s: ,;,.1. i' ;' h 'i..,:.r :1- fir te )) ~/~aiat ( ffi eo
Lut -'jc -li-1:.,- i i- Tow l. i.1, h"-. HAMIiI.r-N, r l"TtI.t DIVIY, 1 >S .
ig- t'nli:tel iiutio It t.,1.-.)- \ b1n oi. r, DI R .: .,T 'f: ..SA.!Y ENT-'E-
w ihu I e is. foii.d by thV ',:,,1 ,-I. J... L :i- .u...L ,, 1 . ..''_D .L
wli .1 A ,- ., t.-L will r, ,.-iv:- l- n r.- ; in O iDupli- h t. at
j.-i bciyi: r-.b b a v's a .i 'n i 12 n'
tiIL IveI by G ''-, R i.'ius.Ln Il a l tilI ,: -; ~
wlho '.tunIr tei y e o: u f. t [- :I t : .: ; _
tim e of its- ,.a .-i i ,_ .. G o" i' ALiu l -a i
hlckfy, a.,.,in _ui.d by Is..al(,, Le.[. ,..-:..- En.-l'i'l. The,? :-i.-e tn> lu.1 S. ..b u to, be Fromn P:rs.:,n.: ,i.iro.i. of C.ntractin-.:' for the
..ad to ..: hat- .1 J:> 3 1 ..,' h:,:..._;.t, the sa:i.ly ,-) ui-w a.irl.s of
t! tr, r'.., La d, "s her 1.,-l: .iii.u iJ:. ..,u pi.. t. v t..p w u I .. l 1
out r.t ] a,'jin _g th,t" ( --_:' .. ,!- i. a : t i 'au | < f. l-"'l' !- .." 1 ,'t' ,
lied; 'o another. GO ,.;'-'e .? laim s- t'he pl: '.rim i:. ..f :,i.J ,-,.:-" ... *- .-R C -: '" -
compa,_t rif!:m L IMr. M ututon, ::i.s i t'.. id s ':- ,,
al,:.uut to produce' th money-thed r.?w-,a r,. S' iu- -..I a -- '."- ".sh *
du Atry W.;hen ihe? i. r l.r. fi;,.I i :.. di ..:-. ,'-r 1,i IIt, t- For the .''oval n 'iini,:,-er D'.parthm n,, t.
*me, e L'. ... t-. .1 *,. v is .. I; ,..- Frs of Ten.' with 'Sp,- -iti.n of theI
fro 11i0 pooI ke, ouik li1 t1:r 1,- 0'l? ilIil.i ,Trl IU '.trfu1 l I" '-Il,. r*i a -
dor i l .s to o Ine t i l i l 1
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a n,,;.:' th.: .:, v r: :.,f r!h! at:'!
1 O:i.ui ,- t br ;l : 'i, '.'..'; i -
iy [I J'.-'. )Dal\i-. .:-:l_. to to he ,a. .-.f i... plt" y I >-.
wh lli i e p-rt "'-i n '- i.im : but h- u';i.'-i :.
sih- ?L'nu a little -i0'e'- ii luN iu t!.e 1 pui'.. i
mati.C b,-etw. Cen himtiself aui Lii-s lir,h-tr t' .r .'
I-t.ar' Lvi- if the, .-ham : :Ier . 'i : n ;- '
SM .:l c,-ha't of : had 1.,- n tt i.. .- I "'."
; U ;u a little., 1 o: Id fiL 1. i- 'I- t.. i -- a- is
hi:n in reu-i-rin:.i' the ilchara,:'ter of Isa.:' L.- vi
the JA-vw it ver tW La:,:- to Mlr:
H vO t rev-- i i l isimp,;c':.uati,..u of the above- l:?ir..'-
tr hi pow.r of mini ry wa; not, on tlie whot:,
b.va P'l hap- his m. ster lLit -vas in -.lcir.-i'; .I, .h'
r.:ados for :.is i him rtih from the 'n.-- o-
1.10d -.)o la uV live-d i iih hiis family.
Mr. Estman, as JI,,a M3eatdows, vwas ,l\y '(h.-
act'riz..i. lih:eo di.pliciy A.lnd enaniu i r.-li- -
Site to emiy out iii.; i i,'.i r, LHr. Eaci'tuiLan deL.::-m. I'
tilh. 'r-ar'st enm'oin il:ias forum' his '), oo dd:-e.'S aid
thI- :.a.t f,-di-l t'.n-u. -r in whiirh h-: portray-ed the
character.
Peter Ci'awtie-y WL?. acted by Liir. I.lndille. t'i
from the momrnet he pnt in ain api.e .atince? on i
,stage until ho left. hOp: tihe aull-o'.;i in L:iikS
lau'ghtel. The ,on. of Mitte-c in ect-iv,- ..-, ,.i r hi..
p.'a- ,tec wm s .,pit'-il,- m-ndier..i., p,: .i :l:ci'y it
thli l'.t ve:r-,, which i.i sudldeuly turn into irji-
(c.'l Ip ji.i'.?, whcien he sa;,- o !:oles.I M r. .- i'ei. '
'en ._.-.rvin g thle i-ter appr-..-.'',;'. I ],,-i ., .? -',i I
Ph'. 3 ,ul,.le a.'i in!.-for' I l.--.'.: BE,: i', ul i aU ,-
.t- hr ,_'-, ita-, r iu : .; :l'i .sd ti edl to hi-. .l .:'.-'nuL -' .
.Tom 1011 .o1i: :.sun. as li .-i :t, lMli s Lyou, was pi:y 'i
by Mi. B,- yW'orthli, -.-ho 1 th'' be-st t iu: I .
f'Or hliu is that i-, Tihe ch:irri:te' of iTht. i.Ch r. Lia.ju..I ,, D. ,.- .i, -,
as prf: o'iued by M Pippini, <..: pl.-' .l i.y I ,!ii U
not as it .'hui1. l haI boeuc ri-p.- i in:.' as t ii diil a
cool hel,. and a teady h auid, witlh b-ut:' utti'-.r.juCe
of spe-e-h.
In MI. Eldea, t"- C'h:ilaiu of t' Pi-:.n w-
again inBud Mr. I'inehen who -'- ,:I ri1 r: p-"-e:..ted'..
Frank Winucheter in the 1st Act. His brother.'!
advik.es to Tomi Rbin,honi in the convi.-t pi'.,In, w A:I
full of deep patho-., aud,. his kin.t W.oiddi; f-i
like drops of heavenuly dew on the p' -..
creature's hardened heart, w.h. dc-iiin i'i ris
lo:na cell is .eudly gla-uing at thePi -."-" 'i `,i-j tr'-
pe:t 'of runes com'nitted-wh,.:ai h ers. Ii- ".,'s) I'i ''
c U'iir-d i. y the ki>id ,',i:plain, '.ho b,....: .- o f !iiti o,
tru.-t to a bri,.hter future nd d. v-i.:t ith t' -
ioviu,'< words i iis ni ev, oo, I r' .Uil. :.'
The- Boyv i+lidiey (:. ost-iphs) whfu "'-'tret C'.in-
e ahneil w-Ieu he et ,n .!quer !: hi". I tiii-idity, '.sil ,I ,iltI .
l-.s uit l -ei.'.and how a t. U o. tiit e i E -, .:-,' .' -
-.'y wi ir -re fel!in .: inquire c.i.-id.-t': ;' ,ii, .
:acted v'ery well.
rapper r M erritt t .- 1 eV( 5. o i .:.n 'i"r 'I 1 '
-'overnir of the -'risnn, and the latiee as his : mu-
ki-:, .-how-ed clearly -by lG -eir i.h -*',,:, i-l.
vle whv,:.t the interior a. -i E i.:h .-n'i: a' i I -.
::Sr' .hLi, as rthe mai.l oi i the GlotV, ati -.i :
S c -. .-.'e .xI Ti''\ "
,,ul WON.M h"-Mc (i._'.i u >-chI' M E'r- if :' o.:-'.1
st-' a.i t thi" radPlef p..
Tjj1 'JU r. '. ..-"-.. t!'.i 2 i"'.a'lrnl 1;b,' !: sez.,.'.ti'
(,f 've,.,r ,',:- F ie, ing,,, -', i h;i .i:[-!e -.,-, :ouft ',.,.,i
to the end esplit de orps.
The lady vl,o too', tih- cuta.a!.ter ,.'f S, -in. 1-t..
.,aert: nl i --fit n ,a ,ep) and u.i. -int. ivrn., i:...., ,
th.:.se io h". 1 t l- p i- o. ,. i i:,- ier <.: .
tion, th f.at grt, *L--om',.:oishme.t --.' hird t' i.- i-
tai ;d..
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in "' N'-"er t.o '"te to erd," anl i'i-, '.. ,uiid .'i:
f,,!. ;p tr-. p r.-i'. .f pI r-'i-;:' 'u t 1-, i! i "
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LI-A ,'.i iIt- 1 L.it '", t l_ .,-'-" Lil: L'. I '.sti :li. iittl. i\V"I lI
the hour io:' :. :: 2 :.ut., daily.
.ir..-.~t in 1 li-ress-:.! to:, tlh. isrI R ci r
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r ': l1 on f'" o t -, Ten.:tr -fo Tr ii)b-r.
The- DI:.i'RT I Co ':strY GENERAL r.-
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Ten l,s.
JOS
JOHN cI. RANDALL,
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2 District Conuy. Genl.

For a'Si i an o 'n,!b.rhn: "rd Mh:ch i li.ddhle to
cause ni! '.w, !:c : in 1 :. iuc'r full of (lquicklhin ,
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Berv.ti:oq! -f o'.b!'r, h we c qn fully iadprtseipefWe tJmh
ma.hny o i'. II'i,ou.the batiht-l'q6 /.
utlies o1 the at...". .',. i ,Lung, a d lirer,i s.
plaiuils ar,, c .ii, ..r.-it..l, .often oared.i &
fireqo .is, either cooked O3 nW.
Cu.,id. vi .1 .) .-' :. -: tk n a;, uigtit all ll oVi4..s
I {11 be wll.i' _Ad- .-i,: i.n aind the good, ef4
ilt a',rip. c : L'p,i ':" foI r the trifling annoyauee.
taiipi .,ia, ti;. iy promote tne health of
tec lun; ,-.I i "'. J"".'> :1i & organs. An -extract
. ,;;r ,.,. r i : n-i "3 ,oif onio.s I to a *ytyp,-
and ...' *.;i:.:.'-, :, a jtb urposej very.,
w..!l, but (ri-. a-. "- o;' bo ile1 ouions are better,'
Onions ar.u a "r ,y 3 nr ap raeiclne, Within .ei rjt-.,
boldy's reach, -coj. t:u y i-me Mt byany Buwa Wi'
b l to I tk i -" 'ias t.:- c L.; nostrums a neglect of
wleir u-:6 mny ueo.e .,i.e.

1 JiLIVING

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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light. Station at Bermni.]a, between the
16th and 23rd May 1':'3'-): height ab.vwe the sea, where
the Register is kept, being 246 fe,=.,


Date.
Noon

May
1S80.
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4 71
4 69
4 7'2
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65 -29-970 Fine, brassy sky
68 2999 Fine, hazy
69 120(9' Fine, hazy
70 30-10'0 Fir e. lazy
6S 360150 Fine, cloudy
6S :30-16 Fine, cloudy
69 30-'120Fine. clear
JOSEPIHUS PERINCHIEF-.


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Hamilton MJlay 25, 1SSO.

CUSTOM HOUSE-IHAMILTON.
ENTERED.
May 18-S. S. Solwav, Larkin1. Londlon ; assortedl
cargo.-Agents, R. P. Atkins & Co.
Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York ; assorted cargo
to IV. E. Talbot.
20-Brigt. Resultado, George, IDemerara ; in distress
59 logs g. h. timber.-A ents, J. T. Darrell & Co.
22-Barque Ravernsecliffe, Hughes, Liverpool ; 69(0 tons
coal for H. M. Governmennt
24-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson. New York ; as-
sorted cargo.--Agents. Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
May 18-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York
38;90 boxes onions.
20-Mail Stea.ner Murio], Gilfoll, N%-w York; 2,133
bls. potatoes, 9,609 boxes onion, 5. 42'__ boxes and 44
crates tomatoes.
S. S. Solway, Larkins, Nassau ; 300 tons merchandise
part of inward cargo, 1438 'lh. potatoes, 3 phgs. ap-
parel, 44 empty hh'ls.
22-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbados; -4i"S bls.
potatoes, 110 boxes onions.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
May 24-Schr. St. Vincent, Boudrof, Halifax ; assort-
ed cargo.-Agents W. C. Hyland & Co.
Am. Brigt. Helen A. Holmn,- Eldridge, Java via St.
Helena; 340 tons sugar.-Agents, W' C. Hyland &
Co.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda yesterday fronim New
York:-Rev. R. Abererombie. D.D.. Mr. andl Mrs. E.
B, Bumap, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jackson, Mr. aud Mrs.
Win. E. Hayward, and Mrs. F. Outerbridge.-Second
Cabin, Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas and two children and
J. Silva.-Steeragy, William McCallum.
In the St. Vincent from Halifax. Captain Coulter,
Messrs. Henry J. Sugatt, Win. Iobert Honey.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Steamer Muriel, on Thursday last. for New
York :-Revd. J. L. Stewart, Mrs. Flagg, Miss Fla[g,
Mr. and Mrs. Charle:s Henry. Mrs. Martha Bell, Miss
Annie Bell, Miss Shanly, Miss Morkill, Messrs. W.
R. Bell, WV. L. Bennett, W. L. Vorkill, Laurie M.
Smith, G. A. Denistou, M. Slihaly, Patrick Waters,
Jacob Weiss, Joseph Atherton.--vcond Cabia, Mrs.
S. G. Young.-Deck, J. Mc Graith, J. Parry, P.
Candish, F. Nord, M. Ryall.
In the Meteor for Barbados, Mr. Charles A. DeShield
and John Smith.
The British Brigantine Rsaltado, Captain George,
20 days from Demerara bound to Queenstown, with a
cargo of green heart timbei, arrived at this port on
20th instant, in distress. The Captain reports that on
Saturday, 15th instant, in lat. 30 N., long. 60 W., ex-
perienced very heavy weather, which caused vessel to
leak badly ; lost tbretopmast, sprung foremast and sus-
tained other daniages.-Agents, J. T. Darrell & Co.
The Am. Brigt. Hdehn A. Holnmes, Capt. Eldridge,
from Java via St. Helena, arrived at St. George's on
Sunday last, in a leaky condition, on a voyage to
Queenstown for orders. Has been leaking foir several
weeks and gradually increasing. Pumps have to be
kept going night and day incessantly. Has a cargo ofe
stigar which will be discharged and .ship put on Marine
Slip with ittmost despatch,-Agents, W. C. Hylaud
& Co.
The T. H."A. Pitt, hence at New York on 17th and
was to leave on return on :'2nd instant.
The Jessie and the steamer Himualaya were up at
London for Bermuda May '-thle former to leave on
the 10th and the latter on the 26th.
H. M. S. Griffon, Commander Boardman, left on
Thursday last for Barbados.
The London Standard of the 2-th April says that
H. M. S. Bllanche. which left Bermuda on the lth inst.,
" was to cruise from Lal. 49 to 50 and as far as Long.
36, and to remain a fortnight after passing the banks
of Newfiunilland in searching for thlie missing ship-ol-
war Atdtulou."
We have been kindly tavorel by Captain Watts, of
the Schr. Lord Mayo, which arrived yesterday in 10
days from Demerara, with a copy of the Colonist of
Georgetown of the 11th inst but it does nct supply us
with anything of interest to the general reader.

BERMUDA HUNT CLUB.
At a General Meeting of the Hunt Club held in
the Town Hall, Hamilton, on Friday last-present
The Hon. Eugenius Harvey,
Dr. T. A. Oniterbridge, M.C.P.,
T. F. J. Tucker, Esqr., M.C.P.,
D)r. Park B. Tucker,
Lieut. Payne, 90th Regt.,
Lieut. Carpenter, A.D.C.,
D. G. Lane, Esqr.,
The accounts of the Club were submitted to the
Meeting and shewed a balance of 3 4/11, which
were found correct and passed.
Proposed that a Card be inserted in the papers
thanking Landowners and others for having per-
mitted the members of the Hunt to ride across
their land during the past Season; and offering to
pay for any damage done by them-carried.
The accounts of the RaLes were submitted to the
the Meeting, found correct, and passed. Balance
to credit 6 4/10.
F. ('CARPENTER,
HIony. Secy.

A rcpcrt from Natal, dalted March 2.!rd, an-
nounces the sale return of Mrs. Deel.elt, Superib-
tendent-GCeneral of Nurses under the War Depart-
ment, together with several of the nursing sisters
sent out from Netley, at Pietrmaritzburg, ou March


21st, after a protracted journey from the Transvaal,
where they had been attending to the sick
and wounded of the Sekukuni campaign. Mrs.
Deeble had been suffering from a severe attack of
fever contracted while nursing I he military patients
at Middleburg, where such ;ypho-malai iul fever
had prevailed, put was eslwly convalescing. After
a short rest at Pietermariizburg, Mrs. Dceble and
the nurses under her charge were to embark by the
mail steamer for Soutbhampton, to resume their du-
ties in the military hospitals at \Voolwich and
Netley. It is hoped that the sea voyage will c-
move the ill-effects of the arducua work which has
devolved on these ladi. ,eftru nuider vry try tirg
circunmstances, during the recent campaigns in
south Africa.-British Moitcal Joiuralt.
Mr-. Deelle, the laAy sfuprriuteudent of the 4t t.e
leyv urses., and a vet i her sist( arrived in England f'cm tiL Cae of Good Hope.

WA. OFIICE, Apiil 27.-l9th Foot, 2nd Lieut. ,1.
T. Cotesworth te be Lieut., vice Phayre.


Potatoes
Onions
Tomatoes


5.-50
61-~75
61) cents


We have again to thank Mr. T. Barnett, of War-
wick, for a couple of very large young, delicate and
fine flavoured Cucumbers. Mr. Barnett despaired,
from the dryness of the weather, of having any
cucumbers this season, but the rain with which
these Islands have been recently favoured, has
quite changed the aspect of his crops. 'We wish
Them every success.
i We have likewise to repeat our thanks to
Mr. Richard Kemp, n!so of Warwick, for a basket
of those delicious Stra berries which lie knows so
well how to cultivate. Persons from countries
fared for the production of this delicious fruit, de-
clare that those of Mr. Kemp's are equal, if they do
not surpass in flavour, any they had ever before
seen.

We are pleased to notice that the statement said
to be made by the searuan, John Varling, who had
been iumilided from the Atalanuta," at the island
of Barbador, and very generally published in the
English and Coknial papes, a.: to the stability,
sea-going qualities anu inexperience of the officers
and crew of that vessel-has been contradicted by
Varling himself.
~ ----
ST. JOHN, New-Brunswick, May 18.-In the scut-
fliingcase to-night the jury after beingout 11 hours,
returned into court with a verdict of guilty, with
a recommendation to mercy, against Capt. Tomer,
of the bark 11rother's Piide. The sentence was
deferred, as there are exceptions to be argued.
Tormnr, who has been out on bail, was then com-
mit.ed to jail, but it is Aepected he will be again
bailed to-morrow. The verdict has created a sen-
sation, the general opinion having been that theid
would be a di-agreemert of the jury.

AFROLI 1ION OF SLAVERY IN CUBA.
The 'Cuba Gazer,? OfK.i,:ii o: f-t('e 8hi Ma:1 pub-
listi;? tlie Law f-.. .he.i ahbo!it io.. of Sla.'v ry in Cuba
from tuhat Idaite. The iuqu;i;tions ,em bracing 108
art:l;-s -'or 'hbe japlp!ction of lthe Luw- are nlso
pul,lishei.l forn)ula't.(ed I'y r(lde of tihe Governor
G':tnr-'.l and though approved by the Council of
Administration, are subject to the approval of the
borne Government.


MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.
I We are authorized to say that the Colonial
Parliament will meet at IIALF PAST TWELVE O'CLOCK,
TH1 IS-DAY, instead of at one o'clock, as previously
announced.

NINETY-NINTH DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S
REGIMENT,
REGIMENTAL SPORTS.
The Annual Sports of this distinguished corps
came off at the Cricket Ground, Prospect, on Tues-
day last. The weather being fine, and this being
the first exhibition of the kind of this Regiment
since its arrival in Bermuda, there was a very large
assemblage of both Ladies and Gentlemen present.
The games were all well contested and afforded
much amusement. The Tugs of War excited the
greatest possible interest to all present.
At the conclusion of the Sports, Mrs. Kennedy
delivered the prizes, and in doing so addressed a
few complementary words to each successful com-
petitor.
The Band of the Regiment was on the ground,
anud added much to the pleasures of the day--by
their excellent music.
No. 1, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
"A" Co., 150 yards.-lIst Lc.-Corpl. Hunt; 2nd
Le.-Corpl. Bennett; 3rd Pvt. McDonnell ; 4th
Pvt. Fallowfield.
No. 2, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
B" Co., 150 yards.-1l.t Lc.-Corpi. Weston; 2nd
Pvt.-Mullius ; 3id Pvt. Clifton : 4th Pvt. Barnes.
No. 3, For Noun Commissioned Officers and Meeu of
C" Co., 150 yards.-Ist Pvt. Giblin ; 2ud Pvt.
Harvey ; 3rd Pvt. Hitchlins : 4th Pvt. Morris.
No. 4, For Nou Commissioned Officers and Men of
"D Co., 150 yards.--.t Sergt. Ball ; 2ud Sergt.
Rose; 3rd Pvt. Andrews; 4th Pvt. Clarkson.
No. 5, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
"E" Co., 150 yards.-lst Corpl. Screech; 2nd
Pvt. Hankinsu ;.rd Pvt. Whitehead ; 4th Lc.-Crpl.
Tully.
No. 6, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
"F Co., 150 yards.-lst Corpl. Nichol; 2ud Pvt.
Blackwell; 3rd Pvt. Bradley; 1th Pvt. Chivers.
No. 7, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
"G Co., 150 yards.-Ist Le.-Corpl. Rice; 2nd
Pvt. Haylor; 3rd Pvt. Malloy; 4th Pvt. Sea-
mon.
No. 8, For Non Commissioned Officers and Men of
H" Co., 150 yards-lst Pvt. Rowan; 2nd Pvt.
Keyes; 3rd Pvt. Smoker; 4th Pvt. Kempton.
No. 9, Throwing the Cricket Ball-Ist Lc.-Sergt.
Piggott; 2nd Le.-Corpl. Weston; 3rd Pvt.
Gibb.;: 4th Pvt. Pinuuock.
No. 10, Running High Jump-1st Pvt. Giblin;
2nd Lc.-Corpl. Tully.
No. 11, Putting the Shot-1st Pvt. Rowan; 2nd
Sergt. Smith.
No. 12, Standing High Jump-Ist Pvt. Gibliu;
2ud Pvt. Rowan.
No. 13, For Bandsmen and Drummers, 100 yards-
1st Lc.-Sergt. Bennett; 2nd Pvt. Fallowfield;
3rd Pvt. Bailey.
No. 14, Running Wide Jump-Ist Pvt. Keyes;
2nd Lc.-Corpl. rully; 3rd Pvt. Molloy.
No. 15, For Non Commissioned Officers over 12
years service, 100 yards-Ist Le.-Corpl. Moloney;
2nd Sergt. Doyle; 3rd Corpl. Flynn.
No. 16, 200 Yards Race, open to Regiment-lst
Corpl. Screech ; 2nd Pvt. Rowan; 3rd Lc.-Corpl.
Hunt.
No. 17, Flat Race, 1 mile, open to the Garrison and
Royal Navy-Ist. Pvt. Norris, 99th; 2ud Bomr.
O'Connor, R. A. ; 3rd Corpl. Fogg, 1-19th.
No. IS, Race for Boys under 16 years of age, 100
yards-Ist Boy Ball: 2nd Boy Couchmnan 3rd
Boy Tomlin.
No. 19, Hurdle Race (6 flights), 120 yards open to
Regim,-ent-I.-t Pvt. Rowan; 2nd Corpl. Hunt;
3rd Pvt. Gibliu.
No. 20, Thiee-Legged Race, 100 yards-lst Corpl.
Screech, and Pvt. Giblin; 2nd Pvts. Seamons,
nual Share; 3rd Pvts. Andrews and Swaun.
No. 21, Tug of "War, open to the Garrison and
Royal Navy-Ist 99th; 2nd Royal Marines.
No. 22, Sack Race, 100 yards-Ist Pvt. Wilson;
2nd Pvt. Haynes; 3rd Pvt. Audrews.
No. 23, Mile Race-1st Pvt. Norris; 2nud Pvt. Smo-
ker: 3rd Pvt. Blackwell.
No. 24, Marching Order Race, 150 yards-lst Pvt.
Rowan; 2nd Lc.-Corpl Rice; 3rd Pvt. Wilson.
No. 25, Old Soldiers Race-Ist. Pvt. Ryaun: 2nd
Pvt. McAllister; 3rd Pvt. Walsh.
No. 26, Consolation Race, for those who have start-
ed and not won a prize, 200 yards-Ist
Blaunchard, H. M. S. Griffon"; 2ud Pvt. Pur-
cell, R. E.; 3rd Pvt. Harley, 1-19th.
No. 27, Tug of War, Teu men per Company. Pri-
zes given by Messrs. Atkins & Co.-lat "F."
Company; 2nd "E." Company.

BERMUDA PRODUCE in the New York Market
on 20th instant:-


From the United State,. Europe, &c.
The Mail Steamt-r hmiuda, Captain Wilson, ar-
rived at her wharf in this' Town yesterday morning,
after a pleasant rup. She left New York on the
afternoon of the 20th instant.
We are indebted to Canptain Wilson anld Mr.
Purser Dupont for files of papers up to the evening
of the 20tb.
Shares Delaware and Hudson R. R. 73.
The sculling race between ltanlan,Canadian, aund
Courtney, came of at Vashington on the 19th, to
,l:e great disappointru.ent of the th,,isars presalt.
Courtney gave up the contest nit-r a bilef struggle' .
The prize of $600i) was given Halan. It is s:,p-
posed by some that Courtney made more money by
'not exerting himself as hard as Hanilan' did.

POLITICAL EVENTS IN GREAP BRITAIN.
Meeting of the Conservative Pur-ty-The Quision.s to
be discussed in the Queen's Speeeh-Parlianiirtt/;
Eletclions- The Home Rule Quarrels.
LONDON, May 19.-A meeting of the Conservativer
Party was held at Bridlgewater House .bere to-
day, which was attended by about 450 peers, mneii-
bers of the House of Comn,ons,, and defealedi mem-
bers of the last House. Lord Beaconsfield, after
having expreo(d. tbo hope that the ':,'cef ings
would Fe regarded as :strictly private, referred to
the sudden change in the position of the pa ties,
but he saw n) ravion to de- pair. There were al-
readly bsins of encouia.-'emrint. If the Conservatives
w.-re ti i.e to their principles, he looked forward to
their Telurn to power at no distant period. lie (x-
pressed surprise that M'-. (laistone, after bis re-
peated expre-sion of a deltir. to retire from political
controversy, should accept tvo posts. Lord Bea-
consfield denied that he ever intended to resign the
Premiership. He recommended that the Conserva-
tives maintain an attitude of digaified opposition.
To a certain Pxtent, Radicalism for the present was
triumphant'i, but ,nthiug woulil induce him it, be-
liieve hat is icceCL would lie peirnanent. Hie at-
tiibuted the dIfeat of th.( 'ouservatives io a desire
for a change. He consider ed it impossible for Ihe
present i'.li siiy, with it.s discoidant element-, to
last long. Sir Robert Pee!, Sir S!aflBod Northcote
and Lords Carnarvon and Salisbury also spoke.
It is believed that tlhe Queen's speech on tih re-
ass(mbling of Parliament to-morrow, will allude
briefly to the results of the general election. Sym.
pathetic relefieuce will be made to the distress in
Irel-ind, but the tone regarding the future will be
hopeful. Measures for the amelioration of the con-
dition of tenant farmers will be promised. A re-
newal of the ballot act and the introdu-titu of a
census bill may claim mention. In connection with
the maintenance of Euiopean peace, the speech will
announce thr despatch to the powers of the circular
by Loid Granville, the Forei.nu Secre'ary, and in-
dicate the reception ih met with at the foreiu courts.
Allus;on will 1be made to the pacification and reor-
,anmzaLion now pioceedinig in South Africa.
The result of the b election frir Wigtown Birgs,
by which Mr. J. McLaren, (Liberal) was defeared
by Mr. Mark Stewart, (Conservative), is attributed
to Mr. McLaren's allkgod connection with certain
fagot bonuses. and the disapproval by certain ultra-
Pi esbyterians of the appointment of the Morquis of
Ripon and Lord Kenmore to offices under the
Crown, they being Roman Catholics.
A Dublin dispatch says : There was a larger at-
tendance at the second conference of the Home
Rulers than at the first. As the struggle about
the Parliamentary Sessional Chairmanship bad been
fought out, the tone of the meeting was more amii-
cable, and Mr. Parnell was more conciliatory than
usual."


LONDON, May 20.-The meeting last night of the The anxiety occasioned by the non-appearance of
constituents of Mr. PIfitnsoll was very enthusiastic. the training-ship .1.alauta affords an opportunity
After a statement by Mr. Plimsoll giving as a r-a- of pointing out the importance of the Bermudas as
son for vaci".ing his sent that Sir William Har- a tele-rap1'-? actionn and the service which would
court wiuhM further his shipping reforms, a resolu- be rendered to humanity by liukinny these islands
tion was passed unaniim-ously, but reluctantly, in- I with the 'xistina system of submarine telegraphic
vining Sir Wiltiam Ilarcourt to become their can- cables. The subject was recently brought forward
didate. by the Colonies and India, and our contemporary
The? Daily ew's unlarslanls that Mr. Charles gave sec'ral good ieas-ons why this important group
Br.dlau;lh wiil go to the House of Commons and Sbould no longer be left in solitude in mid-Atlan-
takeh b oath either to-dy or to-io;row. It is hic, allow 0 wbieb have received additional emphasis
takeli- vedi that h2is coaihtoenr to d so iI t b s con- from recent events. The catastrophe at Izandula
troverted. was really the means of placing South Africa in
telegraphic conmmru. ...'on with the rest of the
LONDON, May 18.-Elections at Sandwich and world, and it will probably be reserved for the alarm
'Vigtown to-day, to fill vaeaetcies in the House of -we trust it may yet, prove only an alarm-as to
Commons, resulted in the election of the Conser- the Atalanta to enforce the claims of Bermuda to
vative candidates, similar recognition. The unrivalled position of
LONDoN, May 19.-The Post says the Conserva- thisgroupof islets, lying some 600 milesoffthe centre
tive gains c;en only be accepted ns a iothr signifil- of the Eastern coast line of the United States and half
cant sien of a creation setting in throughout the way in a direct line, bet,.c2n Halifax (Nova Scotia)
country. and the nearest of the British West. Indian Islands
PARIS, May 1R.-M. Constans, Minister of the has rendered the Bermudas one of the principal
Intet ior, has gon o- o Rheims..where the lahor strike outpOsts of the British Empire. As a coaling and
hiis assumed a seriuwu ipect. 'i te strike continues refitting station for ihe navy, with the great. floating
with unabated rigor at Ronbaix, some of the siri;- dock, and the excellent shelter which the formation
ers who returned to wotk last week having gone of the group affords in the heaviest weather, they
out again. are without a rival ; and yet they are left "out in
LoDoN, May 10.--A Constautinople dispatch to the cold" so far as means oif ready communication
Reu'er's Telegram Company says: "Mr. Burness, e concerned Aline of cabe frou Halilax to
'he Enlishan who 'as attacked and sv.relv Bermuda, and thence to Tortola, and St. Kitts or
wc unled by two Musstlunen robbers in the subu, i;, would have the ,advantage of ; lacing not
here about a week ago, is now better. His assail- merely the "still vext Berinoothe-" in direct and
nts will he confronted with him on Saurly instantaneous communication with England, but of
net. Fiftllbrigands hae beconfroeented with killed near Salo- rendering the Bilish West Indies independent of
next. FiMe brigands haw beer, klled near Sale- the land lines of the United State.s, and of the con-
nier. Some others were capture" and their pris stantldinterrunled service of the West India and
owners rescued." Pana 'a Telegraph iom.pany. The whole distance
A Berlin dispatch says:" It is announced at St. from iHalilay to termuda and St. Kilts is about
Petersburg that the Tekke-Turcoman expedition 1,51u1) miks, but a cable of half the distance, from
bas teen upost'pnned until An.uuts." Halifax to Bermuda only, would serve the imme.
LONDON, May 20.-A Berlin correspondent learns diate pui; ope in view t'j ugh It would not possess
upni trut.vworthy authority. that GerImany in- all the advantages of the complete enain.-Lonu
lend-4- to increas.- ber naval force on the Eastern don Globc, May :J.


A-iatic Station is soon as the relations between
Russia and China assume a more gi ave a poct.
A Rangoon correspondent tolegrarhs Tl'e
British. C(omui.ssionei h-s written to the Burm:,se
Ambassadors at Thyetmyo that it is necessary to
postpone business for the pie eiut, and thF Embassy
is requested to return," Lord Lyttou wishes to
leave his successor free to take up the treaty nego-
tiations or not.
A KJ,ul dihipatch states !ut., Abdurrahmniit Khan
habs tis issed his armyI, sayingg be 'oes not ne-ed it
as he h n 1; p e, -at ho- til-:- i t[:% ni -.>n a L aiu t .the
Brit-hb.
A Berlin c';-', parlv. t his news from St. Pc-
tersburg tilhaL Ih c' i-;.lor natii o the report of the
sentence oft (h'br a IIow hIs decided Russia to
recall her Charg6 ,i' Affaires from Peken, and place
her subjects in China undir the protection of the
United States

THE LO.-S OF T'iE STEAMER AMERICAN
-RESCUE OF A PART OF TUE SURVIVORS.
NMADEIRA, iy 15.-Three of the five missing
boals of the fo nder'ed mail iateamer American,
which founded oi the- p'.ue froui the ('ape of
Good Hope for Southampton, were picked up ou
the 241h and.i 25tL of April by 'the Am.-rican bnik
E:nri.- F H::rriman, r.'rtLain Upton, from Accr:.
for -' inuhbab, iin l .itu.ie :3 dtgrees 30 miuiiiite: ;
nri.ih .an I,.nituin? 9 w\est. The ba-k ttansf.erred
the c al: a sn.63 ,cf th( bJ.a it, (. thl -27ts ul., to the
,e:.:',-'.r i''a:!,za, whir b landed th'utr at tOra;d B,~s.-
c Ii-. Tielte th~e -.ri tis; ste,-,,'i ,r .-ea .-:ai ot k bthe:
a ,'i.ard for the Gran.! anary fIeliand on iea i .ii i g
Li.'. i.i 3e S n iEgal L;t.ck on a ;)t1en ocii atnd
! ur asb i'ore in i,. ):' to save life, inud the 'r.fth-
(i b-ir.g drue all ,o t,,ard wewie savcd eycpt lio ,.
John Pater:3on. who was drowned by i. boat capsiz-
ing. News of the missing boats has been awaited
with intense anxiety in London and at the Cape.


For the Royal Ga:ette,
THE TRIiNITY EXPOSE.
Mu. EDITOE,-The proceedings of the Pew-rent-
ors in relation to the sta-tus of this Church having
been circulated in print, are of course opeu to re-
marks by the Parishioners. It appears on page 4
at. tie conclusion of the petition to the legislature
that it was "Resolved that in forwarding it to the
itec:tor lor pe;u.sal and concurrence, a summary of
th,-. flc't.- tlhat led to it.-, atioption should be submit.
ted to him." The i.r.r' I view as a count in an iu-
di.ttuent, which created all that follows, and there-
fore, the only one to which any remarks apply.
1.-" A period of two and a half years haj elapsed
since the resignation of the last Minister of Trin-
ity Church, and no appointment has as yet been
made."
This is made the cause and foundation of an ap-
plication to the legislature for a change in the con-
stitution to deprive the Rector of all his Ecclesias-
tical rights iu Trinity Church. His reply is three-
fold, and no exception was taken to it by the meet-
iung of Pew-renters couvfeued to receive it.
l.-He .state.s that the Bi.-shopiir- being vacant
theru was no authority which could confirm and
mako thlo alppointmentt, as required by the Deed."
2.--Notwitrhstandin this,, "out o.f dEc-fronce to
the wishes of' the P'ew-holdie. he endeavoured to
proci're a Clergyman trLILn Eungland, anud. in accord-
'.ue,.e witI l ',:'ir req.ie- r, he als:i,., foir w ril ed crtafin r-
.,lAUtion.s pa i:, tle:n'" '(on 2,tai, ,Ma 1 .';7) '-"one
of which viwa-, to the i.,r, that the C':'r'y.auin wiho
sae'epted tin Lt i.i:-o wuld be oxpri:ted to acqqueiesce
iu auny ihaniv. wi'cl'h min'hbt be made iu the Conj-
sLitution of i- C('hiii lh (.I iay umcutiou heri? t.!:at
the Miuniter having ',iveu nohce of hi.s intention
to resign at the expiration of his term of three years,
the Gth August, 1677, some changes were contem-
plated.)


QUARRELS OF THE HOME RULERS.
qtroa: EJrortq to Rep ,ir the Breach in the Party
?',Hl, -s-Mr. Shaiu Tireatens to Secede.
l)uBLIN, May 18.--Mr. Parnell in returning
tIhaiks at the liHome Rule mnieeing here yesterday
for hi.s election as Sessional Chairman, said he did
not reloard the post as the leadership of the party,
and, to show that hlie wa. not ambitious, mentioned
that he had suaested' as a compromise, between
Mr. Shaw and himself, that Mr. Justin McCarthy
be elected Sessional C airman.
At. the meeting of i! e Homr Rulers to-day, Mr.
Parnell's resolution in favor of pennant proprietary
was adopted,. The question v.other tlie iHome
Rulers should sit on the Opposition benches was
adjourned, to be taken up at. a meeting of the same
body in London on Thursday.
LONDON, May 18,--A correspondent at Dublin
ays:-" The second conierernce of the Irrish Par-
liamentary Party, which was intended to repair
the break-down of the first conference and unite
Itb( discordant sections of the party, was held to-
day (Monday). GOr-.a anxiety was manifested re-
'Ir ling the result, .ail the members were warned
that, upon it depended, if not the very existence.
certainly the umefuln.-us of the parly. It was evi-
dent, from the aspect and lone of the meeting, that
there was abundant '.aon to be uneasy. The lines
of demarkation bet.',,e.n the two sections were very
distinctly shewn fro:, the outset, and although an
attempt was cai nestl.e' made to prevent anu ppear-
arince of disunion in .,ie yes of England, no tact or
management on the p:at of the Right Hon. E.
Dwyer Gray and of .ho moderate men who sup-
ported him, could ai Il to remove e the reality and
obtain even a films" -?mblance of union. Messrs
O'D)onnell and A. M. Sullivan were absent from
th' m."t in*g.
IMr. Wiliam Sha-.., speaking at the Home Rule
conference, at Dubhii, to-day, said it Mr. Parnell's
policy on the I -ud q,. 'stion was identical wiOh the
views he enunciate:' in America and Irelend, he
[.Mr. Shawv] would iot remain a member of the
party,

RUSSIA IN .. WARLIKE MOOD.
Prepj7rafionsi.for Pro:.-:dinm and Defenhng the Chinese
Frontier,
"r. PETWaRFBUR, May 18.-The Golos announces
that Gen. Aiedinsky has beers appointed Goveinor
of Warsaw. Gen. .'oddleben will succeel Gen.
Albedinsky in hbe Governorshipf c Wilna, Kovro
and Grodoo. Gen. Drentthn, the former Chief of
the birdd Section of the Imperial C'bkacellerv, will
succeed General l'iiibl.en in the GovernorAhiIp of
Odessa.
B.ERLIN, May 1. -Letters fro,-! St. Petersburg
e-.'press the belief itfrt Gen. TodflIen, while stay-
ing at St. Peteislbu-,. prior to assumin- the over-
nor-Generalship oi \Vilna, will bL consulted re-
garding t!,? erec~i.- of fortification at Vladivo-
stock, and iin h-. A.ror district generally. A vast
amount o! war ua. trial is being shipped thither.
A :c'- I aleon: in; to the volunteer fleet now at,
Crour.tadt will soon start for Vladivostock with a
quantity of torpedoes. Several of the vessels are
being fitted onu hr a voyage to the Pacific. The
ptl.dille p.ostponeni iat of th l'ekke expedition, in
view of the threatenred complications with China,
is ge -rfatiily disou.zed in St. Petersburg. It is
thought that Go', Sk,:,beleffT or Prince Imeretinsky
will be an'yointed Cormarandr-ia-Chief oa the Rus-
so-C(hine;,e inoutier. A well-accrelited report is in
circulatii'n to the eff.ict that an officer has left St.
Petersburg with orders for Gen. Skobeleff.

TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION WITH.
BERM UDA.


DIED, in Soutlharpton Parish after a brief illness
MR. BENJAMIN SPEARING, ;at native of Somersetshire,
England, aged 43 years ; leaving' a widow and four child-
ren and numerous relatives and friends to mourn their
loss.
.......... at Smithisfield, Pidlles Bay, Warwick Parish,
on 'aVednesday list, MR. JOHN STODHOLM HODSDON
SMTTH, in the 69th year of his age.


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fNotice.

SLL Pe-rsons INDEBTED to the Undersigned
i.re re(lquested t(,o Settle their ACCOUNTS
in full, on or before 15lh June, next. All AC.
COUNTS remaining Unsettled after that date,
will be placed in Legal hands for Collection.
THOSE. H. PITT,
3G West Front Street,
Hamilton, 2-lth May, 1SS0.


Notice.

'11 'H Su,ecriber being in Ill-health intends to
S Ci OSE lS IUS US I ESS at the end of
next MIonth, and begs all his DEBTORS to
giay their respective A mounts due him by the
abIov,- dvit.i, iid oider to save Legal expenses.
A ivy mounts due by him will be paid on
dem aiid.
T..Al. JO.NES.
."iuy 2-ih, i850.-2


Found
a Colored SHItf L.
Apply at Royal G:tzette" Stationery Store.
hlamilton, May 25th, 1880.-1


This covered a period of over one year and a half
iup to April 1879, during which, fact No. 6, admits
S"the inability of the Rector to fill the vacancy of
the office of Minister of Trinity Church after using
(as it is believed) his best efforts so to do."
3.-Iu April 1879, the Rector was notified by
the Pew-renters that" they would prefer that the
vacancy should not be filled until the appointment
of a Bishop," and therefore he took no further steps
in the matter-this covered the remaiow.a year,
making up in the whole the "period A kud a
half years" recited in the first fact.
It reminds one of the bricks exacted while the
straw was withheld. The Rector was not only first
deprived of the ordinary means of filling the va-
cauncy (no Bishop to make the appointment;)" but
next. there was an insuperable obstacle placed in
his way by the forbidding "resolution," and lastly,
he was stopped by the Pew-renters directly! Thus
the Parishioners can judge how far he has merited
the censure cast upon him for delay, by those who
have brouglit about the present issue, and sought
thur' the grave measure of an appeal to the legs.
lature, to visit him with the penalty of expulsion
from Trinity Church. It does not appear through.
out the proceedings that any communication was
held with him (except tho printed circular report of
the Vestry to the Pew-holders) till called upon to
sign the petition. The Parishioners should now
have their turn ; and take up this matter and settle
it. ounce and forever, as intimated in the Rectors re-
ply, by making Trinity the Parish Church in ac-
cordance with both the spirit and the letter of the
DeEd. The two Churches will never cease to be
occupied as now, nor to be needed, for the popula-
tion is fast increasing and spreading, and the ris-
ing generation (especially in the neighbourhood,
of the town) will be proud that Trinity is their
Parish Church, and their Parents will do them in-
justice not to provide for them accordingly. This
would avoid the necessity of disturbing the present
happy relations existing between Pembroke and
Devonshire, and Paget's and Warwick; and if the
Rector of Sandys and Southampton were supplied
with a Curate for those Churches it would afford
the relief needed in that direction, and all could go
on smoothly and save the agitation in and out of
the Legislature which would probably be involved
by transfers ? If the outside pew-renters of Trin-
itv are provided for as they should be, what possi-
ble objection can there be to this scheme, except
some little sentimentalism which reflection and
good sense ought to overcome for a good object P
WVe now have a Rector who is an Evangelical
and reliable man, acceptable in both his Parishe,
and we shall be quite safe in placing Trinity under
his control, with some suitable status for the Bish.
op. In your leader of the ISrh you remark the
Pew-renter- lave, we think, prudently halted for the
present ou receipt of the Rector's refusal to join
them ir, petitioninia the legislature to alter thecon.
f:tititiou," to wlir-h I would say, Amen Perhaps
their was somenio stronger motive than his. mere re.
fusal that induced their forbearance ;" and as it
is evi-.ent, that the aspirations :,f the advocates of
a Cathedral have considerably toned down, I
judgu'e that not only "for the present," but also for
the future, that idea has been disposed of.* You
also say that "the pew-renteis were unwilling
to make Trinity the Parish Church." I wasnot
aware that they had given expression to any such
opinion, as it was not brought forward at either of
the recent Public Meetings, nor was any allusion
made to it in any of the published proceedings.
While the matter is in agitation however, it would
doubtless be more satisfactory to have it tested by
calling a meeting of the whole Parishioners, and
put it at rest one way or the other, instead of its
being held in abeyance, because it is manifest
through your correspondents, that it is one of those
questions having t'o sides to it.
Iu your reference to the recent proceedings you
say that the Rector "learned a profitable lesson,"
aun you might have added that he said it well too
before his twenty-one Catheehists in Trinity School,
who, from their decision after made it appear to
my feeble vision that "the boot was on the other
leg," but the Public can judge.
Amongst the oldest living Members of St. John's
and the earliest subscribers to Trinity, I feel at
liberty to say to those who prize the services of
their late Pastor and his associates, in bringing
Trinity into being, let us manifest our apprecia-
tion of his forqt years Ministry by carrying out his
and their Will to make Trinity the Parish Church.
It need- no Prophet to forecast.
THE INEVITABLE;
Perhaps many of the Pew-renters have never
seen the legal opinion taken upon the status of
Trinity Church when it was questioned in 1867.

The New York herald says that the prosperity of
the States is more than fifty per cent greater than
it was at this time last year.

E ATUrvr.-In the statement of the number of
Persons Confirmed by the Lord Bishop of New-
foundland and Bermuda on his recent visit to this
portion of his Diocese, an error occurred in the
numbers for the Parishes of Devonshire and Pem-
broke-it should be 160 and not as stated 115.
The total number confirmed was 538.

Brevet Colonel O. R. Stokes, R.A., has been pro-
moted to the rank of Colonel,

To CORRESPOirDENTS.-" A. S. W." in our next.
& FEW. -A- li






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


B Y P IT B L IC AUCTION,
uZNDErP. T E c- rIznD,
Oni Thursday next,
27th Instant,
At 1 o'elok, P.M.,
59 BEST New York HAMS
25 Pieces Smoked BEEF
25 Bls. Family FLOUR
25 Tubs and Kegs Family BUTTER
50 Gross Best MATCHES, in 10 Gross cases
10 Boxes Assorted SOAP
10 Dozen Toilet SOAP
10 HalfBls. Family BEEF
- 10 Qrtr. Bis. Family BEEF
10 Qrtr. Bi1. Pigs TONGUES and FEET
50 Bundles Superior HAY 10.000 LATHS
10 Boxes Boneless CODFISH, 35 Lbs. each
50 Reame Wrapping PAPER
60 Bis. Table POTATOES
5 BIn. Vacuum Pan SUGAR
I Good DRAY I Fish NET
A Lot of Men's BOOT-' and SHOES
50 Pairs Men's and Boys' Tweed PANTS
12 Men's Tweed OVERCOATS
1 GOOD MULE, true to
Collar and Ploughs Well
1 DRAY. nearly new
1 BOX CART ,.
I Cart and I Carriage IMARNESS 10 p1* BUGGY
I Anmrican STOVE,Avith Pipe
500 Lbs. Oil CAKE
A yD,
That Well known Farm Horse


Formerly Owned by Mr. Thomas H. Parker.
A Fine Bay MARE, 7
years old, 15 bhand; high, \v ith fold; t Iuld beenuse
Owuer has no furtIr ut e for her,-capital chance
for a Farmer.
ALSO,
1 New Chest of DRAWERS
1 New WASHSTAND
Shipped contrary to Order.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
A uctioinetas.
Hamiltou, 2-th Maj. 1880.
- - -. ~--
NO TE.
A Rare Ch: ne B ,r Investinent.

TO T;"9"m
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
Sale Positive-Wit hout Reser\'e
Under Instruecions from the Proprietor,
On Tuesday, 15th June,
At 1 o'clock, p.m,
ON THE PREMISES,
That Deoiralble and Valuable Estate

The ileemnitaoe ,"
Situated on the line i.etween Devonshire and Smith's.
Consisting of:-
pf Dwelling HOUSE,


And OUTHOUSES,
With 16 Acres of Valuable LAND.
B. W. WALKER &
A


CO..
4 auctioneers.


Hamilton, May 24th. 1880.-3 3p.

Notice.

NV E. h.ve received insruclions from !.11{.
IKER1 R ISK to Ilenlest all Parties who
may be ItNDI':TT';Ell to hiu: here, to iiiake
pa)y ient of their re.-Ieclive Acccountis ith us.
LOCKWA4iD & INGHOFAM.
Ilaminilto SIO iy 17", I G-0. 0--:p

Exchange on New York.

Drafts at sight on t. HEA AE TT
4. CO.,
Apply to
S. 8. ING HAM.


April 19, 18.0.-3-p if.

Notice

1I1hE Undersigned intending a change iii his
B -iinlS ri:quests ;.11 tI uhom he ni.m y be
Indebted to render C'ei ir Accounts f'urthwithli for
payment.
All tliose ndented toI !im, are respectfully re-
quested to inmake p:y'nei.t lit'Iire31.lt iaf v. Ac-
counts remnilnini uunseilled inher tli:il date will
be placed in legal lia I,,or e election.
JOHN F BURLII)WS.
Hamilton, 17th May, 180.-2 3p.

Notice.

ALL Persons IN DEBTID to the niulersign-
ed are respectfully requested to settle their
Accounts in aill, on or before 25th instant.
All Amounts remaining niunpaid after that date
will be sued for.
J. l.)A DA RELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermudtda, \.ay 10, 1I S0.-3 3p.

Notice.

A LL Parties having any just
f.'L \!lIS -, rgai t Ii ludtisi. ied t kill
please pies(e-nt thv.t i for pI ayInftlot o.i .r L b'efoi
the 2U0th ini.
All Accounus due me and not arranged for Ily
20th to bo settled in lull by' :;iot ,"ilay, will be
placed in legal h.inids for collectioii.
F. D. S. NASH.
Haumiltln, 10th May, 10.-3 3p.


Bermuda Victuallin]g
Yard.


THE UNDERMENTIONED AR-
TICLES
WILL BE SOLD BY
B. V. I'al'er & Co.,
AUCTIONEERS,
At Her Majesty's Victualling Yard,


Next, let Juue, at Noon,-Viz.:
1-ISCUIT 1189 Lbs.
CHOCOLATE. Ordinary, 41 Lbs.
CHOCOLATE, Soluble, 48 Lbs. PEAS 80 Lbs.
RAISINS 109 Lbs.
Preserved POTATO 1)00 Lbs.
FLOUR 148 Lbs. Biscuit DUST 1078 Lbs.
Cook's FAT 388 Lbs.
DRILL 9 Yds. MITTS 6 Pairs
BOOTS 3 Pairs HATS 3 No.
Some LANTERNS, KETTLES, DISHES, &c.
TO GE THILER WITH
Card TABLE WHATNOT Dnaed
FENDER aud COAL VASE anag
AND,
1 SOFA, 30) Yards CARPET, &c., &c, Worn


ALSO,
ONE BOAT


SB D I N NG
14 Feet,
1 Boat JOLLY, 1. Feet


Y 9,


WM. ALBERT MOUNT,
NavA Storekeeper.
22ud May, 18810.
ALSO,
WILL-SOLD
Immediately after the abl)ove Sale,
The Private Property of a Gentleman who has left
the Iblands,
HINA DISHES PLATES
CROCKERY, &c.
LAMPS GLASSWARE CUTLERY
Electro PLATE TINWARE
Cooking UTENSILS Watering POTS
3 BEDSTEADS 4 Hair MATTRESSES
4 BOLSTERS 4 PILLOWS
2 PALLIASSES COUNTERPANES
BLANKETS Mosquito NETS
3 Toilet. GLASSES Chbeit DRAWERS
2 TABLES 4 Clothes IIORSES 8 CHAIRS
2 Wash STANDS Clothes BASKETS
MATTING 4 Sets Toilet WARE
&e., &c., &c.
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,
Goot. Auctioneers.
Hamilton, May 24tb, 1830.-2 3p

Notice.-

i Now Rieceiving from Halifax ex
Schooner" St. Vincent,"
50 Bls. Very S superior Early Rose

POTATOES.
AND IN STORE,
A Vpey : rior Doble

Iff A lRt N ,
But little used. Will be sold very low for Cash.
B. W. WAL!K1C.,I & CO.
Hamilton, May 24, 1880.



A Graduated Coelegian, who has
been 'Tea(chiing for 15 years, is to coni-
m c..ce I'M IV '.,TE' L..S: ON- 'on the Violin
and larp,, andi in the Gretk. Ltin, French and
Italii! l.ilgiam.re"-.
'artict ii rs ,iy bl' e h.liI at the Olice of the
: (azeti,..
May2 o25, ,is..


Notice.


11 Underrigned bespi to notify his Frt nds
I and the T'uhlic, lOmiL e has iNMOVI
to Paget Parish, (i'rs. Clinginin's,) I-lome Cot-
tage, where orders for Piano Work, &c., can
lie sent, or to L. C. wnirn's Photographli ooms,
'li i:ilihon, whore the', will be punctually at-
Ltended to.
0. L. SWAIN,
P. M.
Pai.ets, May 22nal, 1880.-1! pd

Notice to Farmers and
O()wners of


The Undersigned will be prepared
to forward (_'oii.:liniiruitilr or IBERIMUIDA
PE.DUCi', to
Messrs. E. P. LOOMIS & CO.,
95 BARCLA.\ STR'il'.T, NEW YORK,
.\nd will iiso pay full Ca.'sh atvs for Produce
thfirol ihout. ihc -easor.
GOLD DI .F PTS on New York may be had
during thie Scas.oe.


I l~ nuilton,


iTHOS. J. W A DSN.
March 2', 1'-0.-3p) tf

lor .Relt,


"." In the Town .,f Ilaamilton,


Tii. L..!ge i:- ';.at!y :'ur iihed.
For .ekt an i tli r ariiculars, :apply to
MOMriaS A. NM. FIlc'TfI
Police Office.
May 24th, 1880.-3


AUCTION SALE OF NEW AND
VALUABLE ENGLISH
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

THE U' SI)ISIfN D
Has been favoured with Instruc-
tions to; Sell,
AINZ JUOTOTh
ON WEDNESDAY,
2nd W ue, ProX4 at 12 Noon,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF
Dr. L14Ci1e .. ,.:sa,
SURGEON MAJOR, &c,
The whole of His Valuable HOUSEHOLD

FURNITURE,
Comprising iu part as follows :
Dl RAAWING CHAIRS Marble Top TABLE
JL Gipsev TABLE Easy CHAIRS
MATTING CURTAINS Dining TABLE
GLASS A Valuable Lot of LAMPS
REFRIGERATOR CHINA
Bedroom SUITE (Very HI aone)
Bedroom WARE Toilet WVARE
Spring BED MATTRESSES (Hair, &e.)
WARDROBE Wash .:.TANDS
Kitchen UTENSILS &e., &c., &c.
W. T. ROBERTS,
Auctioneer.
St. George's, 22nd May, 1880.
"Culonist" copy.

For Sale,


Building Lots at Coot
Pond,


IN THE ISLA -ND OF ST.


GEORGE.


IS INSTRUCTED TO .-.ELL,
THREE BUILDING LOTS AT
COOT POND, being Nos. 7, 8, and 9,
Bounded on the *f,'rtl, by a Road; on the Suth by
Lots formerly of T. Tuidor Tucker, George Rankin
John Znill and John Dave-lport; on the East by a
Lot formerly ofe .amuel Hig.n; and on the West by
a Lot formerly ,of Ctarles Roberts.
The Lots will be sold together or separately.
TENDERS for the s;ie will be received until
The t2 4th June Next;
But the Undersigned do,,:s os t bind himself to ac-
cept any Ten.ezr.
S. BRUWNLOW GRAY.
tIamilton, 24th May, 1'80.--26 M., 8 J. & 22 J 3p

CHARLES ROBERTS,
LATE OF THE TOWN- OF ST. GEORGE,
GROCER.

FINAL NOTICE.
A LL personshaving any CLA.ISagainst the
Estate of CHARLES ROBERTS, late of
the Town of St. George, grocel, deceased,
(comunonly called Charles Roberts, No. 1),
whether as Creditors or otherwise, are hereby
required to se-nd their Claiius to,the undersign-
ed, for the Executors of the Will of Nathaniel
Roberts, dee'-cas-d. w, oN was the last surviving
Executor of the Will of the said Charles Rob-
errs. o, ,i'r 1.. t. n, ,. :- 1. a, ( J' M I,, /, in.s5 itt, ;
and in pursuance of THE TRPrISTEE ACT, 1876,
all persons hav\-ing any such Claims are hereby
informed that, inmmnedliately after the last men-
tioned day, the said Executors will proceed to
distribute the ass--ts of the Estate of the said
Charles Roberts amongst the parties entitled
thereto, having regard to such Claims only as
such Executois shall then have had notice of,
and that they will not be liable for the assets
Mo distributed, or any part thereof, to any per-
son of whose Claim they shall not then have
had notice.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
HSorl,'isr for /ie Eivccutitors.
Hamilton, 1st. May, Is.'i.-4 -31)

Notie.


AN Owner wanted for
and White


a Gold


Enamelled Order or AlEDAL.
On on1" Side,
Boll. Virtulis, I'rto i.
On thie Reverse,
Lud. Ai.. ii,s. 160:3.
pply to
MORRIS A. AM. FRITH,
Police Office.
Hamilton, IM:-y '-'5, ISSO.

Tenet iffe Onion Seed.

FrIHE Undetsigned gives notice
that hi-s List of HEngagemeints for TEN E-
RIFF'E ONION S;EI), io arrive ia August
next, will be KE.P I1' OPiN until 31st Instant.
Persons ini want of tie Genuine Arlicle will
please make application by the above date.
'f. J. PEA RMAN.
Shelly Blay, '24t;i :;,uay I 0.-- pd.

For Demoerara,
TO R[:!TUli;' DIIltECT.
he Clipper Schooner

Lord Ma yO,
A i' M ster,
Wi .. StII. FOR 'iT'lli ABt')V 0[UVI'

i Mothay noy v iiext.
And.t hal).' rooLm r1' a I," ili. .d q(u.' ilty of, if ap-
'. ic-I a i .,i 1:.- i I I
Foi ftlthe-r purticulais p)lea-e apply to
JOHN F. BURROWS.
llauilton, 24th May, 1880.


New York Jlail Straner.

4 ""he Steamer
BERMUDA,
C;,pna.n W'IL-ON,
Will leavu the Port ofe lainilton
At 10-30 A.M.,
THURSDAY,
27thl I n taiil,
And will remain in 'ri-sy liay until the
Mails, which will hIe !e.-.iatched ia I p.m. lihe
s.t1le day, reachi her.
'a.sen, i's i'eqnii.vei 'L 1o, 'board heii re
before 10 a.m., ,at wlvhicl hour ithLe 'tge will be
removed.
P'aseiigers lhoarding in Grassy Bay will pleased
uiiderstandl that tlihey must do so at ihwir own
Tlle '. S" Bleriiuda" will leave New York
for return on ''lhursd tiy, the 3rd, Jun. .
Ireiglit, Paircels. a:id Specie oni Freight, will
bo received here ul;til jp.im., 6th iinstaunt,
and Bills i, I..idiing will be igied rintil IU
na. 27th instant, for thli- produce ."ii(nentnis.
TROTT 4. COX,
Agents.
Ilannillonr, Bermnda, 25 Ii 1'any, S0i).
Colonist please copy.


Qudbrc Steamnship


Corn-


pany.
NOT'rICE is hiereb.: given that ant the Session
of the Parliament of Canada, 43 Victoria,
I-S'O, an let was puasedi id assented t)i on the
2'4h A april, 84):0, changing the a me of the
QUEBEC AND ';U!.i-" i'TrS 'TE M.ilP (1CoMPANY
to the "QUE:BEC "STE il.SllIP COMi-
PAN Y."
The Company will hereafter b1 kn.owN as the
QUFIC STE'IKAiS; i'! CO) .P \NY."
All suit.- at law entere,- or per-ding by or
ainiat the IQu.- U.eE,. AND (;ur P "I-IP Co.MPANy,' hi re thepn'ini of thu above
nentioneal .Act, s.hall be crontiliied in the i;nme
if the QuJE-:'C ANDi t.I L: 'OR .' I E.'. FA rHI P

By order
W. MAOORE,
Maniiaer,
Quebec Steamashi, Company.
Que)te., lOtln May, i.h:: -:3p. .
Col-hist" copy three times 3rd pa ~e.
TROTT & COX.

Notice.

J UST RECEIVE ,
FROM LONDON,
Per '" Sir Geo. F. Sceymour" an,i llei 'y Par-
ker" troim Now York,
IID I. Inarclny and lerl.iins STOUT
lliIds. Bass's Ai.F'
CU;.s S.. Ai{DINK.S, J ''in ? Sack-3 I[E;
itilt" ('lhe,t-i Jiolong. ''T1: A
!lnlf CI; sit lI- n rlish PBr-e kfast ''TE.
Parrels Portlland BCE Ii NT, 4 bushels
Bigs )A'i-:- iBags C(OR.N aind BRIAN
l3:arrc- I.'LI)UR l rrels Corn .11EA L
Halnf iarrels IHEI1iF Baxes Flrid a W -%TERt
Boxes C- \!)LAN
Sacks Miarac.,il)o CO F F '
Cases M \'T(IIHS Cases LOBS'l'lIt
BIrreLs Crushed '-JG .\ !.
V'. P. LU iil bE li, assorted
Qrtr. Bale11 1 \Y 'Cases Astral OIL
&e., &c., &c.
JOHJA F. BURROWS.
Illaniltorn, 2-11h .May, I.30.

SUMM ER HATS.

A L \GE SUPPLY


Received per Seymour' froin London,
Together with our u-u:-l .-pply oflother GOODS
all specially selected for ihis trade.
LOCKOWA RI) & INGHAM.
Ilamilton, IMay 18180SS.-3 3p

NOTICEE TO GROWERS AAD
O WE'R S OF

BERNMUDA PWU OE.
Tr[H E Undersigned will give their
personal aitention to the forwarding of
BEll I.I.)A PPRODUCE to the consignment of
.lessrs. .IJih i ,.'i" 6 Co.,
Of New York. I
During the coming Crop neason.
All charges for cost of leinittance foi netl
proceeds will have to te borne i y the owner of
the Goods.
The highest market rates will lie obtained and
Account ,Sales returned promptly.
J. T, DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 3 3p
Ni arch 9, s1880. 3


AN) D '1 1IAGE FOR
8 A L E.
liorse quiet t:. ri'Se and drive ; 4 wheeled Car-
ri',ge tith reveu i. ile i .-*ck seil, hcec;s inmade to
I.ck under, port:iie cove, li, ';.'-. m'-, bru -.' ,
& .., and :t ,of 1 i-... s ""il.' 'd i ii'.i.. ,il ii
good eoittnii iin. i'it. i'f. j5 50 COinpleto.
apply 0to o iurgei,.n-MiIajor IIAl UIS, Cedar
Park, Prospect.
May 25, 1880.-1


Un ,heM te .PatRo.nagof

His Excellency the Governor
and df Lady haffan.
For the b.:'n.-fit ol the Royal School for Officers
Da light.ri's, Lans.lown, Bath.
The following La 1li- and Gentlemen will per-
form :
Mesiamlues Hr,lt. KI inedv, M:icDonnell,. Ran-
dall and Ms- Pri'nlir. (Captains qt, Pil-
lhau -n1. Pnuzv. .;.. C" kl-murn, ~clerton,
Rolndall, Whiistl>.- and Wood.,

At, Boaz, TUESDAY 8th June,

THE i Jft'L WOMANII
And BETSY BAKER.

At Prospect, We ineslay th. June,
THE WO'AD1AU?7L WOAAN
And THE FIRST NIGHT.
THURSDAY 10TH JUNE,

Andi BETSY BAKER.
Programnies aon Tic:kets for the Prospect
Performance 3 to In obtained at the Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store, where Plans of the
Theatre ma;iy be '- .e .
Tickets for the- B,.,iz Perforiumaue to be ob-
tainedl at th. e I -.al n A.in : .eerention
Room, Bpa=.
-PRIJCE3 PF ADMiISSION.
Dress Cirele :J -serve -ats 1/i ; Pit 1/;
11.liery 6,/.
Doors' tpen it 7'3O. Pe-Ft'.rf-rane-e at ,3 o'clock.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
Manager.
Hamilton. 2-,.h li.1, I :..e>0.


..-'. ~ -- .A-A


CRoyal,


y 1 E03 r T .


2 ,i I uI L9 1 iqy.
Doors oein at 7:30, t o em'inence at S p.m.
Reserved Sc *2 ; ifi 1/; Gallery d,.
C'arrii.'gei 10 45 p.m.
LIEUT. C. B:1R FORD
Lieut. &. Adjutant, 99th Ilegt.
22nd May, liAO.



; eirniida ; iunt Club.

i ., .i.i'i r bi: ",ove Club desire to
Iaik il:e Lai..>; ers and o.'thers who
have kindly ;ler0itt,'il Ilelln o ri.le over their
l.and dl, ing tle i.i :-. a.oii, l l.i ti .,y will wil-
lingly i:l:- goo-l any d.ina.ae that i may have
beetn iJonn.-. pplinatio''n to be in:ide to the Hon-
orary Secretary.
F. CARPENTERI,
Rlon. See.
Mt. .Langton, -4th May. 16O.0
C" ol'>niiit" .op)v Oiice.

Notice
JTo G..gI'o."i Zd IVw erPI'S

OF Btt PROT CE,
IN conse uei:ce of' the great i nire-ise in our
shipi.enis ,, 1' ro'.duce ii_, New ork since
the seaso; oft T74, we it.eC: it necessary to give
notice, t %it \v... are Iead', to give our personal
attention aii -. iu l t,-, ll: ':hi ,i e i ti; of Bermuda
Produce for Newv Yor! ianado through us, but
without lei ,.' -p ;sii k. i r the nt proceeds
uutil paid if) o'ur i* iJ.il in N'ew York, which will
be given to the New Y-rk Cionsignees for Sale,
by each ve-sol tra.jspcrtin a hiiipiuent.
W W hen tnec sI' -:VI'. 1... c ? o er .Sp -cie in return for
any shipime.,t it w\,l iSi.ins red' t the expense of
the Owneii inLr-l'ed. 8nil owners will clearly
understand th-it all I;the '.in.cers of transport are
borne by then.
TR O TT 4. COX.
Hamilton, Blerrn i'-.,t h J
March 23, 18"0. to 30th Jtne, 3p
LIST OF IUNCL _.ED LEIETER4 IN THE
Post Office, Hamiilt n, .22nd ,May, 1880.
Manuel Alves, Guor-ic .irmstrong, John Arm-
strong, LIura 'riio.-t run :, Pos. Aldis, Joao Silveira
de .\inarol, IMargaet Lean, Elhzabeth Butterfiehl,
B J B, 'ngison,,U H Bur', sa, Richard Bean, Edward
Burch, Itosai i Co 3, Splhia CoL, Lucretia Darrell,
R T Davits, Forrnce H D). rr, II Mrs Damon, JoLn
Edwardes, ';Mrs Ev r,,.:hr rCaleb Eaton, Carl Fran-
cisco, \'.' i3B Fiiuly, \ I J !.' E Franklyn, Jane
Gilbe't, W 0 .,;. H I,' E; inH, P E Home, Thom-
as hayvard, M[I-. '.i',; J.'as Eliza Joynes, Ara-
bella Joynes, A'_ugufirs!J.n-s A J.s A hnlon, Mrs W M
Key, Baqu.:. Linjt, Wieh i.- Lynch, Rebpec'c Outer-
bridge, (..i:rlhrt o 0.0. -, .Ad -. li ,OnjtrLr'r-dge, Emi.
ly Outerb;:iig.', J -ii't-bridg 1:arque Parry, Mrs
Alb~rr Robius.,n, E !Li ar. I .r..., oin, \V' Richard-
son, Mary S.F':; ,.' :in.:!o,..., C coiia A Smith,
Thomas FI .S',;i, .Li!' .ct .p, ver, Sarah Simnons,
Joli) Sepi,:ii s, F CeibS :-. j:; ?, ? 'i, '[,l, D-iniel Si-
1130115, Sd! ;i ; ,, '. -. ,",i, :,; S;n'.th, WV il J
Smith, i i'r.,: t-...;y "S'.,.. ,Su..ihii .lano W ells
J.t'p '\ i .i i a Ebeliezer J
t\ lli lalm ..
UN ...\ '!E 1 L E 1 -E- i*T T F POST OF-
Fi'E I. nF ia{' -:, .'- '. 4, !880.
Florience I vi,,, N firov. r, Mis-s Holmies, Edwin
I Hooper, Fred Macs.riney, George H O'Malley
Thomias W Paruas.


A --


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BEhIUD)A JUOYAL GAZETTE.
w*t-. C -. -a


Li


/j'ISS .ANN SMITI'1 ttke. ibis;
opjpoprt n i of' lun! h :.:* se I- i.nIy ';.-
tron for tlit, i b. c j 1 i p-itron: e '.i ,' lav -
ltendeV iv.w i- ,ler, n- d b .u'. 1 ": '.i .i Itn oi ,i
thai '.1 h:w reinou'. [htr',:iCe ': u : "'
the Stores 1udr .r
Ihe i'hotograph Gallery of Mr.
Rogan,
North-Enst Co ner of Churlii and Burnalty
Streets, here all Orders will bi,. thlat:i..fully
received and strictly attended to.
HATS and !ONNErT-S-. ii:.de :ini tOii.1-d alt
.Shortest notice.
Hamilton, May 4, 1880.

WVanted an Ap1iprentice.

Young and active Wbhite Boy
S- about 1; y.enirs of age, o le Iarrn the f;1K-
ING TR ADE. None need apply unless he is
willing to be an I dentured Apprenit ice for t i
Term of three years or more.
For further particulars plet'ise apply at the
" Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, May IS, 1880.-3

Notice.

a1 GOOD C .1A.NCE. i

The Undersignel offers to e&ell
his Entire
S O CK-in- T= .D ,,
GOOD-WILL and FIXTURES,
As they now stand at Nos. 3 L: 5 Querin Street.
For further particulars apply to the Under-
signed immediately.
A. R. THOMPSON.
Hamilton, May 4th, 1880.*


MEYEk.'S PA. \N

ICE CREAM
.;l.S ArcS ON .iNrD.
It being acknowl-doedged t'o b he H lie, si i ;E
0iEA:\M eve." i:d-, and I..': tim Coveiience, of
my Customers wvill put it up inr F:.Incy I'o- of
half pint, pint and qpnar'. \Vairanit d !I !,:ep
hard as a rock.
Also for sale by ih'e i'le at iy Estahbl.h
menit.
Cool SODA '.'.'t A ..ll fiv,,;-, o.'n uir, :'ht.
As well as a full stock of ero .ih Ci)LONF',,'-
TIK)NERY sl-,vaS, on hai.i.
E. A. MEYE ,

April 20th, 1880.-3mw


SWanted,
GO No oTher' eed apply.
No others need apply.


L ; .


A18so Ji/anted, an JJPPREA TICE.
A. LEBIP COK"T,
Queen r.Sire-,
Hamilton, May 18, I 80.-ilf

KELOS IEN il.


BY T[rHE UNi)ERSIGN ,L.
A few Barrels of


150 and 175 'J'e-t.
J. T. 0)A IRrLL c (O'
tiniltion, M!n -1v, !..S0.

BLANK FA& S
ON S IL.
AT GE('RGE BOYLE L. SN
CUSTOMS ENIVI PIE;>', I.oa d aid Short
BILL.:-1 OF I'XCi.'*NGC fur $ and
Charter PAU'TIES
IN DENT[u E., 'arrish ,;.nd Coi.mon
IPot CERTIVICATEIS
POWERSOF ATTORNEY
$O0NDS and JUDGMENT
&c., &e., &<.
West Water Street, St. George's
May 18, 1880.

AN AMERIC. ,N

'Refrigaerator
FOR. SALE,
Fxrowp 119 New Bondl Street, Londo;: in ;,iodl
ol-dor; c:n be ircid at a Uargai:. l for an OIl-iceri Mess, Cantieen: r nl ..ie.

ALSO,
.A Self-Acting T'nir g I T? ,
quite r ew, la'!v i.Ip;,i.J n a
lta~ r ChanIce to JeL''eii;L aldi iitLchi, i-'t'..
information alTord e o i % pplictti,,n to the
Royal Gazette" Oirue.
13th April, 19i' 0.

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish



I0ailyv ( idays _-'.v C ecptied3
Fri.nt their 't.io i,: ; ;run .} .-rr'Q. : L \ .
hon itr',o e *ir-' ..i r ;:.1 -;,,iy.
p- (ubio or. i .. I: t ,'r2 !lo, .1d V'X'in ',vi it
w ill i'e liver l q y Cl i- t '.ji l -.tn :., r ,, 'i
o'clock til ni'n- coo, i .*un ng i t I.-;;.
'I'hue pli i i one ? Ai;, ii pEi pr,'-r.i 1 1' 2 'h .
ar:! upwardd.
A eq-ny lalf-li'nni y unadi r i2 lb-.
lI-ernr td a rliifie;l ilee '.omniOiny.
Ilamilti p, March2-Ilthi, 1,79,


j r r T P' ,l .2 r, o nt S tr e ,

n o r r. nr
I'; *, ''1 21ii,.4 .,, '' nrk,;t, ; oi ,

,\ e h,'-rCe y iilt'o I',.; thi'it
T. H. PITT, Esqr., Front Street,
L- "if lli iii o i,,
VVill take chrg of andi h!\\nard their Coniiin-
ments to th:lt firm.
St. G( r.'rm s, Gtl April, "INSO.

S! ayvward & (o.,
(4<,". jh i' ..
S!HIPPI G U ., D 9 '(O.M,1 IS-
SItt'V )IERCH.K\ TS
(P, ). Box 370.',)
5% '',XC!' ; i, IL t "i., NC\V YORK.
('Cn-. mer, :,tPf PODUCP'. solicited to
iabcv, .%ddrre- l, ;'ro.l)t tSales -.i!! be r
tuR i dI Hii h ti--. lMari-k i ..: p-il for Produce
Nl 'i ri he s ,:,,ir!.
F. ,. J^^SH,
3i FPro:Li.Street.
P-, .'-.il larch 22 800.




Tfic U'n'rlc's. ined solicits consign-
n enis of



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W es S'.: hi':/tr iik r ic' .' r.
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2New York,
A* -. 'o tit .*C:. 1t;i-: t. irate- .

Sanflet-.i,
V I JAM .i. S,
-' PFroilt Street.
f m .nilon, l'' : Liary i I 6,10.



6 u".
To F[anmne rs and Shippers o/



i A V.a'Ne had ev eal yi-.s c:xpeor,-ieInce o ihis
t l ofe of ui t'ie:tsc;-, I d0esir-e o contilu e in
the svli dairlitin .e coming Cr,-p Seneson. inal
r'eSpectft'lly s-,licii y .2 onsigl i.1'n i.?ra s v: .' may
fol.--lrd lto ir, m .iket. I Wi!! t Uid laIvo r to
'taliz ti, !:.:l;,-I t *. k:.-t, .-r,i'e-, reui- er S ales
*i "n i g
iy io. ,- ?^ -;. j- ^
S;il i i n, li-r'' n il:i
X' ill :rile nl io :e, .vii.; ,iiand i ,'oik all .coni-
nI' l nial' i n oi n 1 1 ., '. i ... -,* iv;.:. : a1 i i,, i h;it t
i.<'_lie ., ry I'i' ije ie it o llpp !4rs..
I refl!i.iti, '0oin-, N.' .,
"I i.' T0i !. e'
.
-2 : / V t..ey street,
New York.
.\( ;'K !3. ._ ..0.- f'

Suterbridge .3ros.,
Importing- an(i Forwardino- Co(in-
mission erchanis,
[ ii, 4. X T '8 i ', A.d.IL 1 N, -A",l.Ti)A,
.:.nts for
., 5ss.,s,, <;.,. ler r.& -pTlNCer,
1?7 ii a.,S* OTi.E "T,
NEw YtriK.
Cor,,si iyr'ne ,w of ':',' )JPUC( -,licie t! for
this v ll-i: iinr i d r ';! -i'.':. :''e ;ttto'a ionr
giv'ien o t i) :hipi e :,' .aiiod Act't-a t ::.'.:les and
S.
letaur1s pL 'oi y ret ...
For ;.!io v rn-0i; to.) .,"e.'* :..-! .,;_!,,, vilf *:il. es,
:e., plcn, 2)pipy ;:, i OS, i-i iiiloi.
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sc5-ibc.I .'.pital, Irt a i illiun D!ill.i .

rf11f Undersiri&le.I has been ap-
* 1 poitO.-! QILEN :'. \ ,L V\(; '.NT for this
first tcl.iss Co,i 'iny i:i the-- Islands.
1 Ii1e :ina i2ndowix i '.,iL olicit;. granted at
lo'A e- t i'.itEs a .ipati!,.:' in per;'eLt security.
i. GOR HA M.
March O9th, 1. ..-- :


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,

.qnd JASUK .'. I,(. IOKEI S,
I :'*;, i no., n ,i t .i reet,


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George A. &ftOrd,
ALI,\LFX, N. S.,

MARBIA R Bi, .l i-aL[,: iLl) Gli. ANIl',;

Pi, i 'i'i... e,, & '.'.

An; desi..,'i cut to ird -. No cl g o fI r ordi-
niaryl,' I ;sncrn 'tioiis.
Person.ij f';i';v idin- :: .rs, or ishiiig any
iinformaition, jp' -ase aIpply to
Ji. T. JX IES,
Agent I.r 3Bei muuda,
-1? Front St.
Hamilton L etr, siih, 189.-i y
"i ~i--i-A "*-).i'
A.ME -, ,T. l ",


rpH E above WA T', [I I l, or both
L:adies a.rl iAi nI;, r. ae l1:pt c-o n-t tly
Oil 11 'nd l y 1 t'h oIn' cr. si-. : n ,.r.' .'love-
nF eri lot ill .At k W ili l e lLii- i-1lied ;it tIhe
t j uiif-actor'., i l price. -Iso, -i.hike to order
Gil/y !yle of ',.&',.e ith Li'r, I, iI('t, :igr'rit, &c.,,

iaI n"l: "t he1 Anieri:-.u at t l c i. r'. lived
the Gold "'.-!ti at tIe I < 'aii i ;. lh; itiI'iok.
K. *. 'Hil i).
Ir'nrt Stli'ec "n .. .',
Dleer i(, 7T. (




Choice Lot in Q1ai-1er Bale., ex
N ; .N" V, N: "K,1:.,'
W ill be S. 1,!d C.v r*. .I f

!:-GIGi 1H .
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Of the Icni:.- Co '2 : orne !.'I i :-iStreets
of thilis To .- tpp' .
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SDundonal triet,
Dundonahll Street.,


Iu ilto -
flawmilton.


, ( m
The :.'vi e Stea'l-, r'; -ire hiuil. expressly for
- -- the Trade, hive live v 'rterticilht bulkht -d, and
carrv o';perieo.ed S iice:'%s, -r.:o sa d iten-
n-'. & se ThtSIln. --: Ac : i timmocat.'':ns are un-
surpa4-ned by ainy -ublanic tleaiuers, and the
State iSoemri are .! mii.tl u ::n : opetUin' into tie
S.loon, :1--.. secuing that. grant comfort in
uveanll trai;ci, py,'f -VIt,::l!.non ;ut ld eight ,
moving Room, atli Hi Roo !'] and iin on
each Steamer.,
S'fhe iT. S, 'ailA .'-. 'uer IHeri da' fro 'i er--
Sida,'hulrsday's,* i-rally iArri-esat New orkk
^00 W. s, d.am A...-gai--ri i-;,';l',q CONM lie
-' ~tran, ;."'ra e< dir;- I .:-' Li'erplool St.-amer-i' ail-
ing ne i ;t'ny.:
SWILL A.NMS &. GL;ION,
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New York, 'lay 13, H .



PA IN


DELi.i. IN
P I* NT'i uii %iir:, CL\.,
PUI'IY, ;-.;.US! S, AL., C.
,ery dlcistriptio. of' C iL 1i; 11 ade' ready for

I. i_. F, V tN:. i .1 Ll.i opp .,'owi yi' n i tlh:itnk
Sth Pul h. i, ;, i lior hl-r ll' oi-ra i oat iroin ig
ain'! '.i 'l it a -'v..' (. i Ih po i m') in thi
iO ntur ), :~ t A i -' r ca!ji 'i t'a.voJ urs.
1-1 Q uce:: :Snt'-i, 5;niltnl!:.)l, 2
S'Li liar',' ; 8. P g.
You II never Forgive Yoursel/ if
you d ;il Read This !

7;LSICFO TITYE P OPLE!!

'T-IE MARVELLOUS ORGUINErTTE !
T'he Needham abineito !!
Til PHIl1ON):R.AP -!1C P' \ NO! !
TA-]'` Pi1i11N(P31l.%I'APHIC C'C)lNI:'f OIt
T'ItL UM P T I'"., !C

(- N these ut ivalled Llu '.icai lnsti uiments all
- 'lusi' Saci'i! and Se lr-t past ;;n. pre-
sen(, can be perfA-rm., d without a y know leile of
Mu!ie being riquireii or i !the part of thie erforimer.
A., chilAd nmV lhannlle lhenm at'! p-f'i, i most
intric-itte Operatic .:'ir, o tic simpleiSt meloily,
winh nii actionsws tha' c-'iiiOl he't i -'c lled by
l'rofessors of 'lushi, ':.r nahvy never make incor-
r'eet tiup r i'A.l-- aiot.-C.. h'uli!' c in ; iiinmenis
astonish the ,-'-'; >1 y Ithi e.feell-..ic:- of lhe
uin sic3, e 'a ttitv t' d > .i...' il li.'it ',*! action,
diirai liiy .;:, ,- .; ,n.:-s, v.hich i l.r .-: w'ithini
the .-cL e ,'I .. 1i i l ,l a ;.I :l t osi.
T he il st ; _n'i. ie l i.. <. ij' l tO I, k1 t .,rithv-.t f
l ,iir ic.-. s c.nd i Id ili i; teio size a;nd
po','i" .I" I 'i wi"i v 1' i rl r. li' A =,h ,! ,le :usic
that ianl,...t Ie.Q 1 -.,'k-d. Ti'n ..- :, 'lour owli
eh.'ii. ft'nir'ishi d i ''i v'ry IInws ulria t. G(et
one and h:a'-e ,i ii-'l xhllat tiJble s.n a..'.- ,of am .ise-
ment. (se( on,-' .ni. ;1 you'll ne'er r'C-ret it.
It ',. !," ,;- .,' ',.!'., '" : .iiW FLU.
'rl>a; FItr)nS.,-", z 3\vN .R! i'S and
oit "c~i t', too ain.i.I roil-: in ,leifti-ii, nere, ,it .!S Oil-
i.!ing/y low i ices' ,
OrdE-r'-, ji'ir- i.ly !iurar.!t.11'.i ,' tiil :4.'olc '. eint

JAS. T O1IAS AN' (,1 'AN)N,
? ', *. i I'let,.,t.,pa .i....t i ,.I, ii.u.' ilto n.
Ariil 20lh, i-'". .) ____
r 7 -4 j
W'- fi ..

graver.,
Offers /or Sale Cheap,
A _hui, c '-'.:.ei on of
,L s A -? -. g, . _'-,.
and Siiver Plated 'Vare,
Awl i' -'..s: inien.mdhin to ; u!-rci,-h will jn.d (by
'lu,!;i a: hils ..one',) ;mipl e II' io [i ,-i say I
n l in -I le ... p J. j itor. "
P, L'.-- i'rtis \ i, l i,'1, .ve not St. Wttld their&
rt ,': ;;:. n, th.. lh ; 3 1 '-- ar-- I l- !0 t._ n:sk
i!' ..'. n <. '. T ;A,' :-i1 I '.




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United States -Wail Viteamers.


CAILIN i A .i'' L ^:,N -,'llV N,
IE \V'. S.. YO;iK


A IZONA sails TIuos-lay May 25, at 6 a.m.
IWYOJMING -.ills 'Fueo.sity Jue !, ail Noon.
NRV.\DA :sai!.-- Tuies.lav Jun*e at. 5'30 a.m
\WI-aON1\S l skil- ltue.tly .lune '2, at 5 p.m.
A.-FIZON.N -ails Tne-.d.a June 29, at II a.m.
W Y V( I !N sails- 'n,'i i JhV .I ly -, ;it 4'-30 p.m.
N r.'. A sais' V Iil T l. day .Ilv. 13, al P .n.
\' si '.";NSlN sail "Tucsd:iy July 27, at -30 a.


(CAOO Cute
y y -i. o ian il on.
Apply t i' li i .-.
n;. 3rd, I8:'l .

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F, 4 5

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4i1 5


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06
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9 .-
9 6
0 6
9 6


54 6 8 1
54 17 9
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b. 19 10 4I
57 20 iI 3(
57121 1"2 I!
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Corpus Christ!i


1 st after Trinity


L St, Quarter 30 day '-,i L- minutes P. H.

'. ;. '- -.. .-. 4.. r- : ;* E'- is pub ihi fled

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I N. s xcedlent

,' F': -' ( -.'t(_* WC- -
i' i .' : '. ', a. ; .; .," ? taby Streets,

i k-, H.; d-o is, &. c. will be
I*iicu-0_- at l!,e shortest iiotice.- Ag-ents,
at S. Geor'-,es for the Royal Gatette,
Messrs. GEORGE .BOYLE & SON, West End,


Terms, Moderate.


I


-" ':*. -, '. ; I" F 8 1 -' s
f' :.* 4 \ f' 1-. U A 'V oh8


,,/ London,
o' f II l oru ,t istablithe'l and \Vealthies'
I ihf e i, Cfreat Britain.
Thou'agh the I N( iN' ()OFFICE in fJle
IslaholS, Saving is effected to the InlWi
of the .Stamp rDu/y, a very considerahlejtemy .
N Il. -KS ake-n boilh on itEAL ad PERSONAi
l'0'OPFRT 'or 3, t cr 12 months. ..,
No, FES aind no CHiAIGBE for Po.licies.
N. A. BUTTERFNELDL
: .h Agyet. .



P1MERY,
celebrlar,, for nearly a century padi, isof the very
bpst E..lih ninii .ncrnre. For its purity and gr'at
l' in i li,- s i ''tl:ii;i;d the following
EXi-fBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
I.(r. .-,-s, I P6-. PAr Cis, 18l^. ConRDOV 5'
Lim.A, 1872. PHrILAELAr.PHIA, 187J3.
VIENNA%., I73.
Only (,-,I i'dife al for Englih Perfumery. Paris I71.

Atkinson's Choice Perfumes Ib"
the Handkerchief.
While Ros,, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephmnuo.-
tis, ( popanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
T, evol, laginoliit .jiuin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Nie(dai Bouquet,
And all other ,.lours of t!ie line.t quality only

'tkinson's Florida JVater'
mons frtgranl Perflrne, disiiIcd front :liht 10t


Alkinsons s Quinine ;lair Lotion
a very r-ifrc.- hig ,' ish whici tilniul.:iea'thu skiu.
to a hliealihy actii .*and proinotes the growth of the
hair. .
.\'' K N J_) N ..
Ethereal Lsseace o/ Lavender,
A poweil't' l Prn hiii- dis;illt,I froi i.)- tin est lower.
ATKINSON'. 't.UINiNE-; T)) '4 POWXII'.R
V !\..)L[:T i" 1 :Eli., sA -\ ; IL. -.

\nd ui:'rr c,,', I ,. ..'.-il articless of P cr
ii,. ll i be !,tu i. b' e 3; il.ti Ai s tll oughou
. -. L- i- ,,..e
21, _)J>... ;.)NL.F n .iY .', IlN i ON, 'l.
'L " ," ."N, 1W .
i'.:.:. L(. ~-N A P'ltCiITION,
S I'''i' iN. --- ,,S.. ,I. & E. ',TclN t0.'i ( i:llU-
factifre ill ;" i ,1 i!ci .-'. i _.,i ;a d h,,! i bei| quality only
I virc., 1 ; Cit- ,t'.-l 'o ivi'il, co:unterlr -ii. by
b ,.. .--;: c;; ie> icib l i,Jd witi ihe Fitifi
"'r-.i...-.i ,-;;, --.*. % hi;: ; orl, ', '.y lder s r t.vFe;
;i i il i i ill )t l c -., iil's,,
".I'.dL. tJL .i Ei 1i799.
a *.. M i, L_' d",OlT: 1 p E ILtU-
U110 PEE.L_-

R i'i EL'- TO ILET' .VNEGAN, a plehsan
i ,ihic.i and re."'shing ;. aidj iun t to.ihe Toilet and
Bail', a rr viving scent and a powerful disinfeclan,
For warm clirna i i invaluable.
.R t l'i .L'S CLLELJItATE'I LAVENI DiiR
\V AFTER.
iUI3!1EL':' TREBLiL DIP.TILLED EAU DE
COLON E.
f:,il.'.IEL'.- :lJUCIl I i ROVED FLOIIIDA
\V ATE it.
i IMl tL' L JOCK Y CLUtB. tnJ other fra-
grarli "-r iir'res.
I',! iL':L.- LI.1 1ICElE and GLYCERINI
gives the hair a beiinati; ll gloss and imparts an
agr 'eaflCie cooliies !u the hi:ad.
A i i-i ':: '(I.~.t : lili'E GLYCERINE
-OA,' ''iLI. i Ro\-N WVIND:OIc, HONEY.
ALo0ND, LE" UC':, CO L-TARi, and o1ier
't'olt- S'iOdp-1 in bars or cale-'.
RI 'i1:L' V:LNE!'iT[Ni, VIOLET, RICE,
t.- ..-LEAi' and oilIer TOILET ['O\VDERli, ii
lI -xes, barrels ;and p-ielI.'I-.
R ti .il EL'S .\tUAILLNTI NE cleans, whitens
and pre.-,rv,_s ithbe I,. iih; Ire shi es lthe mnotihI, and
swec-teai llie biealh.
iIU. IEL s, .\lo ilATIC OZOZ:IZER, orNa-
lural Air puiiriti-r, a frag .,ta Powder which diffuses
11h, healthy ;nd ,ef:'l;lg ?,..anatioi!s of' hlie Pine
and Euc ,lyptus Forenrs.
E LI"Id.it El., P ,l .lu'y r by ai!>poinnmeit to H. R.
il. Princess of 'Wi'ales, ,i, .:.,'aind, London, and If
L'uteieard des ldlienl, Paris.
'lay 27, 1b79.


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Water Street.




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