Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00023
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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34.23.rnmVoI. Lill,


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IIant i is, Berm nde

'Tesagg ?i, tle?

S., Issoo

[,EiM1;0DA. The Roads Acts are no doubt susceptible of:
much improvement and may advantageously be re-
Proceedings, of lit egibslvliv oe obstructed.
Council. The transfer rf the powers of the Boards of
Immigration and Agriculture to the Board of
Tuesdaay, 1st June, 1880.-Pursuant to adjourn- I Works, as well a. Your Excellency's further re-
memt the House met. I commendation with respect to the latter Board,
Preset--His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, shall be carefully considered.
President; TWe shall once again endeavour to provide a re-
The Honorable A ugustus J. Musson, medy for the great public inconvenience attending
Wm. H. Gosling, the arrears of the recording work in the Secretary's
James H. Trimingha, Office, and shall be glad if the present Session
Eugenius Harvey, shall prove more .successful than former ones in
James Tucker, Recr. Genl fiuding a cure for this serious evil.
G. S. Tucker, If any measure shall be submitted to us for
S R. E. Webiter, Cl Secy. increasing the Chief Justice's salary we shall deal
The following e g His Excellency with it to the best of our ability in a spirit of
The following Mesge rom Hi Excelency the equity, having due regard as well to the import-
Governor was delivered by e Colonial ecretry nce of the office as to the interests of the people
(No. 2.) of these Islands.
R. M. LAFFAN, We learn with satisfaction that the new Audit
Major-General, Act and Post Office Act are working well, and trust
Governor and Commanderi'r.n-Chief., that the Schools Act of 1879, when brought into
The Governor bas the honor to inform the Hon- full operation, will prove still more beneficial.
orable the Legislative Council that he will receive ,We learn from Your Excellency that, Her Ma-
their Address in reply to his Speech o-morrow, ty having been pleased to grant you leave of
Tuesday, 1st June. at 12 o'clock. absence, this Colony is about to be deprived, for a
Tuesday, st June, at 2 o'clock. .-hort period, of the benefit of Your Excellency's
Public Buildings, Hamilton, presence at, the head of the Government, which for
31st May, 1880. J three years Your Excellency has administered with
At the appointed time His Excellency enteled such marked and constant devotion to the best iu-
the Council Chamber, when lhe Council presented terests of the people of these Islands; and we trust
the following Address to H is Excellency in reply and believe that a like desire to promote the welfare
to his Speech :- and happiness of the Colony will actuate the Officer
May it please Your E.rcellenci; n whom during Your Excellency's temporary
We, Her Majesty' nwst datiful an-k 1. ai b.-enie the administration will devolve.
We, Her Majesty'. .most dutiful anu! lyatl .,ub-
jects, the Legislative Council of Bermuda, desire to And being returned His Honor the Speaker re-
thank Your Excellency for the Speech with whicl ported that having presented the Address His Ex-
you have been pleased to open fthe pre ent Sep-sior cellency was pleased to reply as follows:
of the Legislature. ,ir. Speaker and G6ntlemen of the Honorable Hlouse of
It is with much . the fears at one time entertained of a probable do- ank you for our Addrs in rel
ficiency in the c.rop.s f this eason have not been I thank you for your Address in reply to my
realized, and that on the contrary there is reason to pech at thc opening of Parliament and I trust
anticipate that the va-lue n of the prodia.e s ipped tha ding the present Session you will be able to
this year from Bermudla will vonui,.lerahlv exceed pa:.s some valuable measures and to cousolidate and
that of the produce Lhippedi lwat year. W L-elieve -implify our legislation.
with Your Excellucy that the ng continued de I very strongly recommend to you to give up the
pression of commerce and suspension of manfae- duration clauses toAct of Par
tures in the United States have now passed away, l iam'nt. e have had a lesson shewiug the danger
att,.-uding such a practice in the Act authorizing
and that we shall henceforth find in that country the holding of Inquiries as the Act and Casual-
excellent markets for any quantity of agricultural he oku of Inquiries as to Wrecks and Casual-
produce we may be able to ship to them. ties. The old Act was allowed to expire without
We shall be prepared to give our best eousid r- anyone in the louse of Assembly being aware of it,
action to any measures brought before us for carry- and before a new Act could be passed a disaster
ing out the improvements suggested by the Board occurred and it was impossible for this Gov-
of Trade in the Acts providing for the relief of dis- eminent to take any steps to inquire iuto it.
tressed Bermuda Seamen abroad and for the hold- The consequence of this break down of our legis-
ing of Inquiries as to Wrecks and Casualties. nation was not attended with any loss to any of
Weshall readyto give our best attention the inhabitants of these Islands, but it gravely af-
also to any measures propo for the purpose ofntion fected the property and interests of distant fellow
consolidating and simplifying the Quarantine Laws, suljectswho hada right to look to this Govern-
of amending the Roads Acts, and of consolidating ieut for protection; and should another important
the Board of PubliR Works, the Board of Imomigra- temporary Act be allowed to expire unnoticed the
tion and the Board of Agriculture into a single consequences may be brought home to the fortunes
Board. of some of the inhabitants of these Islands who
We trust that during the present Session the have elected you to legislate for their welfare.
Legislature may be able to agree to pass some prac- I strongly recommend you, therefore, to give up
tical measure by which the clerical establishment a practice which is attended with no good result
of the Colonial Secretary's Office may be placed on ind which is fraught with danger to the commu-
a more satisfactory footing. nity.
Any measure which may be brought before ., Mr. Oudney presented a Petition from Charles
having for its object the augmentation of thfc sa. Bernard Ingham praying The line of road autho-
lary of the Chief Justice of this Colony will meet Bernarised by Ingham prayingesolve of the egislature in 879 beauho
with our careful consideration. t rised by a Resolve of the Legislature in 1879 be
We are glad to learn from Your Excellency adhered to in preference to the new line laid out by
that the Audit Act and the Post Office Acts passed the Colonial Surveyor in January 1 8S0--or rea-
last year have been found to work satisfactorily, sons set forth in the Petition.
snd that the returns to the Public Treasury from The Attorney General introduced Bill to con-
the Post Office have been greatly increased. tinue Hamilton Sheds Act ol 1878-which was
We hope that when the'services of a competent read a 1st time.
person shall have been obtained to fill permanently The Attorney General introduced a Bill to con-
the Office of Inspector of Schools the provisions of tinue the Act granting a Salary to the Messenger
the Education Act will be brought into full and of the Councjl-which was read a 1st time.
successful operation. Adjourned to Friday next.
We regret to learn that difficulties have arisen -
in carrying out the improvements proposed to be F O R SA L E
made to the Publir Gaol in the Town of Hamilton: J lL ,
we shall be ready to consider carefully any measure i -
which may be proposed for the purpose of remov. 1 H and P ri ti r P ressg
ing them.
We observe that Your Excellency has received Type,, &c
permission from the fRight Honorable the Secretary Apply to
of State for the Colonies, to take leave of absence Wp P to
and that Your Excellency proposes very soon to J. W. PA V K EL I,
take your departure for England. We hall look Secretly,
forward with pleasure to Your Excellency'sreturn, Court Ilermuda, No. 5319, A. 0. 'F.
and we trust that Your Excellency may derive Ireland Islanml.
much benefit from the relaxation afforded by a 2'th May, 1880.
temporary relief from your official duties. --- *--* __- _- -
To which His Excellency was pleased to reply as ot c
follows:- N t c
Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of the Legis- -
lative council; Now Receiving from Halifax ex
SI thank you for your Address and I trust that,
luring the resent Session, you may be able to Schooner St. Vincent,"
deal successfiilly with the measures which will be 50 Bis. Very Superior Early Rose
brought before you.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 4th inas., at l'30. P O T A T O E S. A


Abstract of the Proceedinqs oj tfh. Honorable
House of Assembly.
Wednesday, 2nd June, 1880.-The House waited
upon His Excellency the Governor to present the
following Address:
May it Please Your Excellency ;
We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal sub-
jects, the General Assembly of the Islands of Ber-
muda, beg leave to thank Your Excellency for the
Speech with which you have been pleased to open
the present Session.
It is gratifying to learn that Your Excellency
has reason to conclude that the agricultural prod uce
of the present season will prove remunerative, and
that the future prospects of the planters are so
The suggestions of the Secretary ot State for
the amendment of the Act providing for the
Relief of Distressed Bermuda Seamen abroad, and
for extending the operation of the Wreck Inquiry
Act, 1880, will receive due consideration.
We agree with Your Excellency that the Quar-
antine Acts may advantageously be consolidated:
and if they can be rendered at once more efficient
and more simple, it will be a marked improvement.
Any Bill framed to meet these objects will have our
careful consideration.

A Very Superior Double
But little used. Will be sold very low for Cash.-
Hamilton, May 24,1880.

For Lnd o n,
The fine fast Sailing Barque
Sir GOe. F. Sepymour,
Now loading with Government Stores, will
leave for Englarnd
On or about the 2lstlnst.,
And will Return Direct.
For Fieight or Passage please make early ap-
* ,plioaiion to CAPT. WATLINQTON, on board,
or to


Haniltoo, 1st June, 1880.-3

. Noice.


TENDERS will be received by
9th June, 1880,
For the Purchase of
Three CARTS,
Fitted for Single or Double Diaught.
They can be .een on application at the]- OIrd-
F. (. W1NTLE
D. A. C. Gend.
Acting Commissary General of Odnance.
Ordnance Office, Haniulton. )
31st May, 1S80. )

From London,

Diagonals & ''row-

Tailor, Queen Street.

Hlamilton, MIly IS, 1880.- if

Noti, e.

A N Owner w:inted for a Gol
antd White
Ena welled Order or Ii EDL,, L.
On oro Sne i' ,
IB ell. Virutiiii, I'a-e11.


On the Reverve,
Lud,.AI M. i 16U3,
1Apply to
Piulice ( flirc.
.anmilton, iMay 25, 1880.

Charles A\ dersoui & Co.,
Comm issioUn JMlerch(antls,
11 (ullum -trcvt, l .. L' ., LIt,,I, n.
Consignments of Isl id Orodiiee nd I :,d.-nt
for Goods, promptly :nil c'nrcid :l'," ;ut ,(.- itl o10.
June I, 1S0.-i6m


A New

For Lovers of fine TE;AS, COF-I
FEES, pure SPICES anl ex-
cellent Table BU'ITE ,

S', 1 1E Undersign.ed having opened a fine (G 0-
= CERY STOR E slici!s the pmtronago of
everybody who wishes to bity vthe finest GradesI
of Coffees. Teas and Spices a.t reasonable r:,t. s,
Laralie's selected Fancy Bikcuit., fine Ilams,
-acon and excellent I ahle Butter ; also unsur-
passed Cincinnati Saniis:ge, Flour, &C. Come
and be convinced that there arc no finer Goods
to he found than at
Parliament Street, next. to Melbourne House.
Hamilton, 'lMay I1, 180.-3m. |pd.

Graduated Co'leoian, who has
been Teachin, for 15 year', is to com-
mence PRIVATE; .':,>SON., on the Violin
and Ilarp, and in the Greek, L- tin, French and
Italian Languages.
Particulars nay be had at the Oilce of the
" Royal Gazette."
May 25, 1880.


A C choice Lot in Quarter Bales, ex
i e so"'" IIENRKY IlARKEIR {,"
\\ill bo sold low for CASH.

Apply to


April 2Grh. 1860O.

SFor Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton,
She Pre mI ise s,
Now occupied by iMr. George Sims,
In Ieid Street.
For Particular! apply to
Commissariat Buildings.
Hanwilton, IsL June, 1880.

Cook Wanted
By a Family re.sidiug in ilh Town -ii IHamilton.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Oltice.
May 3rd, 1880.


I 1.1 Ptr,,ios INDF.BTFED o tir i. IUnJd -i;:,Ined
S re reclutsted to Settle their Wt( "lN'l'S
in nil, fon or before 15th June, i.w'.o. AlI \ C-
COUNTS remaining Unsettled after ihat dat ,
will be placed in I.egail hands for AolMlectio .
3- : 'Vest Fro;, s.treet.
SInamilton. 24th M'ay, I '.I.0.


F it, 0 ]!.()NDON,

Ver "' Si-rGeo. F. Seymuour"' and fen -v 1':;r%
ker" tfrom lNe av"i'otk,
t. jI D'-Barclay and lPerl. ins --T i)UT
llhds. Hosis's ALE,
Cesus NA RDI NIS, 4JlTin a' l i
Hal II hf eits UolonT E.1'E
I tall CTh, sts Vrivriish Pre-.kl"i-m T,"
Ba~rre-ls F, t,W aii- : *t 1.\

::acks M-s\aracaibu~C l '~
CaiI3s M ATCHIES tuses 'O i)P-~i
lh~rrok, Crush~ed SUG!
W. 1'~ LL'MBIEI, as-iN;~td
Qri'r. Bale,7 I11 kV Ca-es :*1t1J '.


IG 001) C(Pol 11 fffIJ I9 DAI)
N~o ot; trs uneed 1*a

J/iso IJVan led, a ii. 1-1PP R E .-N' TI C P.
,L E II IF.CI*k 'P".

IIaita,.L'IS I k -.t


For Sale.

Valuable -eaI!s Istatle in


('10)5(11 ; 18 (11. Q ,
'\\THEPREAS on tlhe 24',11 7--I'nsv ant. the
DEAD BODY uL ia*-" t I yhr O
OURED IMALE CHILD, wiftr'.md in fthe
Water in the Great. Soivicl on U> Enst shore
of Somaersr.etAIsiand l mlir % :i:-rnc of

Un-; N i~t i) ~~ U~a Ile-

Vfill be 1paid to any -,n a -.I <,cnis fur-
nisbiing such euvidene'' a -;ety It) ~'athe De-
tcc.izoiu iu ("4111:1 h c--1or Per-
SOWi NIvlia, da'. lithebav tc u

poIittI IIT,(,,Do


-r '.~ 1L)~1

Wawo,-s4.,. pCI 'lay.
WVith (Quiarter. :on ba"FuAh.
Apply at MASTEP Sni;'xv. ~
N.B.-Thl'va-''.iilatian n c: LC of
ithje Dock ha E.- beauc~ia aJL-. .--,)v, I -z'Al
b,,- B1(o-vivhl,_, Mavbiw- iucsa~l ~ ~ru ~-
I l'i1liIcijl'y the i isk f~om l- 1.
-t'a IfilinuiluA.

E r '! a sbhmentf.
Her Majesfy's Dockyard.

N I F N, f. -...RISII



. i ( :1;1 '. %I I( ,- I, 1


t I F:i h-l'rs hr'h ~ih


Will lie sold in 1 ILo, or divided in 2 o' or mor.
Lois if ieces.sary.
'Tl'his is a very desir.itle l'ropf-rty, ilthe li.i be-
ing under good cultivatiou atid ,vfy pr.ducyive.
A potirii) of the purchase money can 'remain
ion Bond and Mortgage,
Far furt .er particulars, &c., apply to
Reid .. t.. i am ltin.
.May 17. 1880.



e:ll., CElo

'I he Undersigne, offers to sell
his Entire
Sr CK -in- T? JDLE,
.As leey no'v Slandi, N 3 A' 5 (.'i.)-.', 1iree'l.
Form I tithei articu.Huis .'rpl; t<:o the L'nid-r.
signed iniai'ediately.
Hamillt. v, May v4thl, 880.

FOR. S,\ L E
From 119 New Bond Street, London, in #,oi
order; can be had at a iHagain. '\eli adapltedi
for an Officers Mess, Canteen, or an Iiotel.

A Self-Acting Turning LA\TH E,
quite new, lately imported from Kingl nd, a
Rare Chance to Jewellers anmi iachi'.istv.
luformation afforded on a)p'i cation to the
"l oyal Gazette" Ollice.
13th April, 1880.

The Sun Mutual Life
Insurance Company,
Subscribed Capital, Half a '>iilliou )iollar:s.

THE Uindersigned lhas been ap-
S poittedtl ( NIhl , \L 0 i:. T fu- this
first cl ss Lonm p.,!:y ii, lhii t- i .in i

:'~ j ;~q,*'

00%~eui :ockiuii' l d'. lto Ih-. l.miss! ICE
CIt' N %! M evce. Il..4 ui-, 0r : 1-; ..Ve:tIejeucv of

pla i-. lh -I 1nd1 w '1. uc.inI to ieep
ha'I :. ruck.
Alio fill. ,a,(, v a H1,'a',.. 1! e~~

C(())'Sa O O (tA &'O VVE all :io. v .ur 'flt it


Api 'Mil]2th, I SO.-:u Fr day

You'll never For;'71i''3elI" z/


the Nleedham F'.'ab

i 'l I II \NOG 1j H :|i.' 'U : .NU Of
'('1 nieP ,T'I !' i
O N1'' these umiivalled M .a:a'.al l.ti i rnerits all
Musiv. 'acre.Id an d ,S(i,,I;itr, p. v .Jnd pre-
'.S.,., ran hi pelttria;',d itlhoui t a, ; kno'ile;'ge of
" ,'el c e:, reiqizAod o.n the ;art .'t'i e f efor.i;er.
A child mayi' hande then and .er:1in, t! most
Sinricaite Oiperatiic -Air, or thel iripl-s mtielody,'
1 il an 'n) icftness th', e.a:imno hK c-eelled by
j'ro.f'ss-r-, of M.usie, for thue iuiiveu iake incor- ttime or ial e notes, 'I'lie ,In' Imi merits
.&s'onish the pe,.,ipe by i! '-. :.. (: o' the
music. the lea'iulv o. d,:sg.sirr.piir otf ctioni ,
dui ahilitv a 0 d clheap1w:.-., 1 hiicli '. .;thin
the reach of all, rnm ch l i b':in.ure : m -.,1 'iJ tost.
The first icntionetl is eq al ;i ,.. a i..ra of
four pieces. Phe second is !;,' I 'ie size and
power of the first, and \! wil Ir;ish .,i.ace music
that canninot be equalited i. : i:;t;> i \ our owIn
choice furnished wiv hi c ?e v i,- ,.,- '.. Get
one and have an inexhaustib. Slr soiice o ilamuse-
mert. (Cet one 1 a d you'll I ie. '" eL it.
Reed ORG ANS, A\C,;(,)i '.i., FLU-
TINA4, Fil)I.E-, B .NJ).<. li.\!Ai'S and
others, too ,num erousi menli Ii *r ;'. : aston-
is!;ingly low prices.
Or Ilrs promptly lo;'wai'dedl th, Sole .Agent
11-. Berlnu !a,
No. I Me!erop litan iio.-i, Ha;iuilton.
April 20th, 18SO.

IReceiv e,
31'?J ~~~

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t. u es

Lhe -aid EH-du -i nt-i.' u. g.'t. at ,,
]U%% e~t IIIatCs U.'1 :t1 4 1 ~iree 1 1k tpt C t- Iti.1
i CY 0OR HA M.
March 9th, 1 880.-3m~Iaiu o

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in l n Ial o i u.- :h'il t a, e the ,e
wlnno hr 1 '~ I eri., L1t., hiv- 2n*~~463 toEJ

Noon '
May ~' .unrlPenark';.

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JIle SE .3 7 74 FoI-. l~ldiiy
S! r S; 7'-- 72 -n: (n'6o) naI I."
:1 w 4 7- 5ii in.(iui
M, -" 77 75 ) P5 i neo
5 N 4 73 72 AJ1,11,r34) Fhio
6jN 27.3 71 :3.~'O~i cloudy

Hamilton, June 8,


Colonial 61? w taxry O 1Ce
7THT JUNE, l S0.
.--- has been pleased to confirm the appoint-
ment of
Aubrey George Blutterfield, E gqr.,
As COLONIAL POSTMASTER for these Islands,
such confirmation to take effect from the Ist
January, 18,0.
By His Ei cellency's Command,
1 Coloiial Secretary.

olon ial .Secretary's Office,
7TH JUNE, 1880.
has appointed
Gaol at St. George's,i such appointment to
take effect from thle 2.3rd instant.
By His E.dXllency'sQ Counnoantl,
Coloniald Se'retary.

June 2-Sehr. Nellie Grant. Jc.rdun, New York ; is-
sorted cargo to J. T. [-rrell & & o.
4-Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt, Young, New Yo)k ; assorted
cargo to T. H. Pitt
7-Schr. Flora W\oolhIiouse, Mount, Jacksonville, Fla. ;
148,610 fIet pitch pine lumber to T'rott & Cox.
Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York ; Mails and
assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
June 1-Schr. Lord Mayo, Watts, Demerara ; .33 bs.
and 93 boxes potatoes.
Brigt. Excelsior. Mayor, New Ynrl. ; -15 bIs. potatoes,
4,117 boxes onions.
3-Mail Steamer Muriel, Gilfoil, New York; 1 -!24 Mbs.
potatoes, 8,7'iiu boxes and 1 bl. onions, 1 0,_)' boxes and
13 crates tomaloo.s I sack pumpkins. ;: hnilt'bls. ar-
rowroot, 5 bundle-. rias 1 bundle junk.
Sohr. Nellie Grant, Jor.don, New York ; 54 bl-i. pota-
toes, 4,015 boxes onions.
June 4-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York
oxen, &c., to Trott & Cox.
June 1-tairque ?Meitord. PlatItun. Biemen ; petro
leni oil, p.iIt cargo of S-hip Berth.I.
In the Mail Steamer Btermuda. from New York
yesterday :-Mr. C. Harvey.-2,..., Cabin, A. Pit-
chell. ',
InT te 7. H. A. Pitl from New Yoik :-Miss Aues-
trup. and Mr. Fredk Swan.
In the Brict. St. -Mi,., //from Turks' Island :-Miss
0. Jones, Miss 3. Frilli, Miss Kte and Rose Frith,
M~iss .Stamers, Albert Slubb, John Witney.
In tlhe Steamer .'harie! fir New York, on Thursday
last :-Revd. J. iMilan. Revd. F. Fairell, Revd. F. S.
Malone. Dr. MeCray. Mrs. Gunner and child, Mrs.
liubbll. Mrs. Anna J. Curtis. Miss E;i ily and Alileo
Curtis, Messrs. R. P. Atkins & %u. iBr.swell Tucker,
J. H. Conant. and George Curtli -Deck, Geor-o'e
Young, Peter Kelly and Albert Huhes-.
In thie chr. Lorid Mlao for Demnerara :-Mr. Atty
D. Gilberl.
In the E.rcL hior for New York :-Miss Mavor,
llessrs H. LLihtb(urn. Clarence Jones, W. Mitchell,
F. ARtwood, Eunsibius Lightbourn. G. \\'. Thompson,
C. Perinchief, J. McCallan, H. Simmons, W. J. Fub-
rle. '
The American Schooner Louisa" from Boston,
out, 76 hours, bound to ,i'artin ique, was boarded off the
West End of these Islands on Saturday last, by Mr.
John R. Swan. Senr.. Branch Pilot. All well on
board. De.,ired to .,:, reported.
The BriLtantino St. .Dirhael, from Turks' Island
bound to Halifax, landed some passengers on the
Sonu Sid'i of ihlese Islands on Friday last. We re-
ceived a file of tl!(, fow Sfatndard to the 23rd ult. by
the St. M.
The U. S. Training Ship Poui, moith, Comnmander
Schuylor t'.:nThi-.ld, left on Friday last for Fayval,

The Barque Oni, (Nor.) T~Illef'en, from Cardiff
April 29 for L'e muds foundered May 13, Lat. 50, Long.
1l. Crew saved and landed at Falu,.,ith.
..The Norwegian Barque Industrie, Captain Larsen,
arrived on 3i0thl ullimno. Tho Captai reports that on
the 29th April in Lat. 18"12, Long. 18'12, passed the
Barque Ulst-r, of St. John, N.B., timber-laden, water-
logged, rudder gone, masts and yards standing; had
been stripped of her running gear "rid sails ; bulwarks
gone on both side ; portions only of deck houses left.
She apper'.rd to havy, be'-n at, ndonzd some time, and as
the water was running over her, and she seemed to be
in a bad eoniti,,n the C(iptain ot the Industrie hopes
she would not hst loig, ins shie was in a v'.'ry dan :eruus
I,- nin ,s regard-. navigatio i,-thlier, were ten ves-
*t 'is psse.'d Iir on the same day as the I.
[TIh Barque 7.',i'. (i, in Evanns, left St. John, N.
;., t',,r Lonion. .*.muary :-. withi a fuili loadl of deals,
, ~,eialing, &e.. s:i, abalidon.d at, sea water-lo'ged (inu
Ve..sel insire.Id lor i., .i.i.]

T'IE R. i. STEAMER ALPHA."-A letter hence
per Alphi'," for New York, was acl, owledged on

RoUTE.-A -e-intlienan from (. anada, who spent the
last winter in i'rnu'da, in w, iring to a friend here,
says;--" There is every Ir..J.,atbility of a new steam-
er bleiug placed on the route between New York
manjd BertmudaL. She is to be built at an expense of
70,Ou(', aud is caluilaLtd to make the lpd,,A in
ordinary weather, in foity-eig'ht hours."

PEMBR6KE, July 7th, 1880.
Er-n'oiP RoYAL GAZETTE.--SIR -Will you kindly
insert, in your G'azette t,.-n,,:.arr,,w the following ex-
trtuel from Pr- private L4Itetr, dated New York, June
2,- -" 3ern.u':i, Onions continue to do very well:

IOn the 31-4 ulthii.o we re.'-iv,'l the subjoined
.t' er from Mr Fre-.r" :k ''. Eark-, ow.F-r of thl A.dI'',d. ,l.iteu ,a. I --, Y. k-whlither, it
:e-emr h- l.d *- .e n i -: i1.iu1" F;err:u. n. o,: the 'r.h
ulti,:o-n- a to his, t ...;::aj : I L. ,il-tI c .t tlh-e Ils;:ni U l,
.onrnplainjii 'o .if i-'..-irn befn iiljc-i -1. 1 t'o ,i,.'a,.n ti t'.
re(.-trictin h c,. in L.i-:.u ii',',. of Li.. having ',::n,
from i put t. A.- !-,: .:Large.: both fl:e
i ealeith Ofti:e. for these I-.i.anls with unbecoming a
severity and neIlect iu ihe performance- of their
onerous duties, we thought it but fair that those
Gientlemniu, as public .si.rvants, ,rdiould have:, anu op-
portunity .,f e.xpl:tiuir:4' th,:ir ie'a-. : i'A : fr.eliug :ruret
that they would not intentionally be guilty of the
want of humanity with v.'wi,-h they were .hargt'id.
Consequently we .e:nt each of t'ihen a copy of MIr.
Earle's letter, and % e to-day are enabl-d to app,'ud
to said letter communii dtirnus from both the Heialth
Officers explanatory of their pr'-:ieedings inu r'e.r-
euce to tie .id y:imcl t, a.l we la-;o it to the pub-
lih, to say wieth.-:r the chl-ares haav., not been tilly
m'et and di.pc l!:,... O' r,r at'in .o Ln et:.-d
with the qu:.cautin,: of the .liAelda we are aul+.
.enabled to publish.

To the Editor cf ih Bermud. Roql adcile.
Sin,--It may interest som111. of your readers to
Snow the eic-umstiances under whichin my yacht was
not allowed to comiunuini--ate with the shore during
Smay recent vi'it to Permuila. WVe left Ha' on
the 21st April with a cleau bill of Hfealth, aind
reached Nassau on the 2.thi, where I, for the firn't
time, heard tliere had ,ben soren:- c-a-.:.s of fever. I
decided to l-ave again as soon as pousiblr., and in
24 hours, ihavin_-r pro.-ur-ed a clean bill of health,
some water aud )pro)'visions, we left. for yuur Island.
iWe. reached it on t.he Cth instant ; caur Pilot took us
to Hamilton, where the Fl alth Officer kept us
waiting two hour.n, and then briefly informed Cme 1I
must go into quarantine. Thia I declined to do,
riot caring to have any con..niunuieatiou with tho
shore proviild! I could get provi-.i-lua to cai-ry :ts
ac-ross the Atlantic-.
The Officer then left., evidently to obtain fre-li
instructions, anl reappeared three hours later, with
a badly wurdld note, tou say if ewen w -t to :t.
SGeorge's \e % i;-,ht obtain what we wanted, aud
proceed i,:o sea, I r,-pli:d I would do so, aud that.
we had only water to., la-t another 12 houis, and I
handed him a list of fiefh provisions, of whi'-h we
had none ou boLard, and1 which he promised t o see
should be ieit down at. oji:e. We then g't. under
way and li-ft for Murray's Anchorage.
Early on the 7th t'e IHealth Officer from St.
George's came alongside; he promised to do what
lie could in furthering ou r wish to go to sea ast soon
as ps.sible. It was, however, 2 p.m. on til ,6th
before a drop of water came on board, and theu noo
provisions were sent. Had it not been for the at-
tenL:i, anad great civility ot Mr. Ia-iyward I r ally
think we should never l.v.- .,, t. anLiy food :-t nil.
Now, Sir, what, may I ask, i,3 the iiiealing of a
cleai bill of health, and of what use is it if the
liealthi authorities are able to act in this arbitrary
ruannL-r ? What grouirds hawe they for order-inu,
my vc-sel into quarantine, coming from a ,-ertain
pirt where no doubt there had been illness, but tOf
the existence of whih neither the Health Offi,:ers
at. St.. Geor-ge's or Hamiltou hbad ever heard except
fro in myself ?
TY'e have, neither at this time nor ,t any former
tiioe, had auy case of illness on board this vessel,
and it is not likely that, beint ac-companied by four
friends, of whom three aie ladies, I should run any
I eunsider the detention most unwarrantable,
and the reg-ulationn- or rather the '..-aut of them,
which permit a British ship in a port to be
48 hours without water or provisions, reflects must
severely on the health authorities of the Island,
from the 1,figest to the low-est.
SI do not intend to let the Cmatter rest where it
now does .
The quarantine regulation-:s of all the "Wust India
Islands aie carried out in a most absurd and child-
ish manner, though nome can equal those at Ber-
I beg to remain, Sir,
Yours faithfully,
English Yacht Schooner Alkelda."
New York, May 2uth, 1S80.

To the Editor of the Ro'yal Gaefte.
JUNr: 5TH, 1 3:_t0.
FrSm,-I have to thank you for your courtesy iu
sublmitting for my perusal a lettc.r from Mr. Fred-
erick VW. Earle--t'fo:rwarnler to yiu for publication
in the R,.,yai G'a:t/e-oni thie subje,.t i..f the deten-
tioer of his Yacht in Quarantine at Bermuda, and 1
shall be obliged if, when publishing Mr. Earle's
letter, you will be good enough to give publicity to
the following statement, of fnacts.
The Ya,.it Alkelda arrived at Bermuda on the
niorning of the 6th of May, but did not hoist the
yellow flag until she had passed the Quarantine
Station at St. George's, and was cming- up the
channel on the North side. Immediately on ascer-
taihing that a ves-el flying the yellow flag was
coming up the North side, I ordered the contract
boat and pr,:.-.eided as speedily as pue.iblh:- to the
yacht. I a.-ked Mr. Earle why the yellow flag was
flying, and that gentleman replied that hl. be-..
lieved it was usual to do so in the case of ves-
sels cominia from the South. On being further

questioned by me Mr. Earle admitted that there
had been cases of yellow fever at Nassau about a
fortnight previous to his arrival there. I then in-
formed him that it would he necessary that the
vessel should go into quarantine foi such time as
might be requisite. Mr. Earle ridiculed the idea,
and spoke to me very uncivilly. I then told him
that he must either go into quarantine or go to sea.
He thereupon decided to go to sea as soon as he
could obtain supplies of pr.:visions and water. I
then left the yacht and reported my proceediuns to
His Excellency the Governor, and His Excellency
informed me that, as Mr. Earlbohad elect'.d t.i,- o to
sea, I had no power to Ietaiu the v.-s-l, hiut
every effort must be made to furnish her with
whatever supplies she wanted. I returned to the
yacht with as little delay as p'.osiblh, and on learn-
ing from Mr. Earle that he :equir,.1 a large quan-
tityr f water and provi.)iun, I advised him to go to
one of the East end Quarantiue Stations, where ,le
would be able more readily to0bt in them. Mr.
Earle fully concurred in my suggestion, and pro-
ceeded to Alurray's Anlchor:-age. On my leaving
the yacht Mr. Ea\-le informed me that he believed
Mr. Wadson, of Hamilton, had some water casks
for him, and asked me to request Mr. Wadson to
send them to him, which I promised to do, and on
reaching Hamilton about. 6 p.m., I saw Mr. Wad-
son, who said that he would send the ca'-l:s as soon
a's 1,sible. I then telegraphe-d to the HIlelt.b Offi-
cer at~the Eat. End to keep the yacht in quarantine
while at St. George's, and to supply her with what-
ever stores she required, and that ti:' ca..-ks would
be sent ,.wun.
I tne.ated Mr. Earle throuigh.unt wirh due cour-
tesy, but regret to say that, on my fi..,t visit, I
did not experience the same treatnio-nt from that
I am, Sit',
Youu s faithfully,
Health Offui,., West WE'.

To the Erit,.r of the B i mi'.7.1 Ro.'al Ga: ite,.

very gladly avail nyvs.-lf of your courteous offer to
s.-t .is ,c- ..:isiely .. ni -.. l, i.:- tle f:;ct ins ihey o"-
<'urrei, wht' tile t'11.i- S',i-..r w:is in Miurrany's Au-

At six o'clock in the c-v.-aing of the Gtth ultimo, I
received a telegram from the Healh Officer abt
Harmilt...- to the efict thnat the Y :'acht Alkel.i:'
vas p',:eeinuP to !,'urray's An'r-hornge-thlnt -.ho
wv. to Ib plnc-.:-.J in .,ttirct Quarantine, and, t- .at -
t-,r was require-d. It was too late to conmmnuiicite.e
that night-so at tC a.m. next mornin-: (the 7th) I
i-hited the Yacht, spoke to Mr. Ea-rli-, gave- him
the telegram- I hal1 received to read, and asked
iiiin what. I r'oul, do assist him. Hle told me hie
wanted watt r- that hii bu'ialrs, which were i;1.1,'ty,
were at. Hamilhon, having' bn-en some weeks be-to: e
sent fr.:in ]aubba,.his by ljis order :-ile want.
als-. s i-:'in3 C'lz Oil aud a ('hart of Loug I.lan 1.
I asked him if he wo,.'i.1 anything else, he snii.l
No. I then a:.knd him wiho would procure the.'e
things for him, anud Le s:ui Mr. Wadson at !Iamil-
tIII was his agEnt.
Iammeiliat.-ly I 1-nded I went to the Tele.-graph
)f..'-- and:l omuunutiecated with M1r. Wildson. At
noon', I received from himi a reply to the e-ffect that
the water, oil and chart had left for thel Yacht at
11-10 a.m.
No-w0, Sir, siri,-tly speaking, I had nothing more
t..) do officially with th.- Yacht, unless called upon
by a fla-g' froin the owner, but being' anxious to
help to the hil-:,t of nmy ability any thiug that would
ai..1 to Mr Eatl..i's cnomf'ort, I went off in my own
private yacht in the aftc.inoon to let him know,
i}.,t thne water had leIt. Haiiilton and mi-ght be
expected at. any moment. I again asked himin if I
c.. uIld do anything for him, when lie s-:il nt hexpect-
t-d son'i- letters; I went to the Post Office, procuredl
them for him, aud sent them to him lbyv the mau
who wais in elharge of thie Boat. which continued tlhe
water. aud wlhi,.h was then at author in the Har-
I: of St. George. I beg-god andl prayed tlie ina-
in -i:argL-e of the- bout tiat tle v.'atcr .-.hould hi sent
fil at n:ui.e, as it was urgent ,y required. Thi
iiowever LfT.,enld to mnove u1ul,._-s he wa.U orderId by
Mr. Ilayward, who was a-ting a;s a'eit. in this
i:atter f,-r i\r. ,Wadsou. I s.-t fiur r:,'. Hayward
Iut In. WO'a aqt -Iaiiilt.ih so thn ;',t'-,a was k. -pt at
,St". (.,.)r:b1-'s all thnnt ji'zilit. TIi.n inet ilay was a
,-aln, and the water -o ,juil not be punt i.... L,_and the
y--iht till '2 p.m. r1r--4 quinauitiae Lbois :rew who
Wirn- se:-it t Si-.- ti,0 pl onp :' tr:user (_-f the barrels
-.-\-.r to_ tl, n Yacht, in tlie niornn in ,, sec-ing low

the barrel ,-,, wf,: -r v:IliI.-I was inu y boat. for their
own use !
Mr. Earle tlen sent word by my crow to Mr.
Hay ward, that he required meat and other provi-
sions, whi-h. nas sr,,in -is they could hb procured, were
enut to him iu my boat. Uou,, no o-casiou did Mr.
Eanle ever minetiorn to.) e that Ihe required any-
thing -.,'on-l1 tle WV:.tep.. Oil and Chart, or had he
done .so I wikild have done my best. to help him.
With refereu,'-, to pliciu' the Yacht in Quaran-
tine, I cousiIe, that it was imperative on the
Health OFl,:-r 1.I Harnmiltou to d.) so, and I think it
was l:inrdly fair for \ir. Earlo to try to run into
ila-nilton without, mentioning to the Pilot that
thnero had b-cu sinor, .-ickuess at Nassau, till tio
latter found it ouL trun, thle crew of the Alkelda,"
one of whoin said "Oh yes,, Pilot, there was lots of
sickness n2d tihn-ro were several deaths! When
asked what they died of lie said Yellow Fever."
The Pilot also says he heard Mr. Earle say "We
might havu .mie in ;nll ri ht into Port had not
some of the busy mouths told the Pilot about the
sickness." I at <._- _71pinrion that h Mr. Earle made a
great mistake in allowing his Yacht to pass St.
Georges without hoisting the Yellow Flag.
In conclusion I cnu only say that I did all that
was in my power to help .lMr. Earle and his friends.
I shall refrain from nin:king any further remarks on
Mr. Earle's letter, treating it as having been writ-
teu o nomewln:t hlurri,:-'dly under a feeliung-_ of annoy-
auce at having beeu placed in Quarantine.
I am, Sir,
Your most Obedient Servant.,
Surgeon Mlaor and He alth Officer.
St. GeoLre, 5th June, 18s0.

We liarnu from Mr. Thomas J. Wadson, of Ham-
iltou, that about three months ago he received
from .iessms. W. H. Archer & Co., of Barbados, six
casks with instructions to deliwvr them to the
Yacht Alkelda" on her arrival at Bermuda. That
on the 6th ultimo Dr. C. H. Butterfield, Health
Officer for the Woret End, informed him that the
Ytehit ha'l arrived, and, on behalf of the Owner,
Mr. W. F. Earle. prodnue.l thie receipt which had
been given to Mr. E'rle iu Earbados for the casks,
and requested that he forward then to the Yacht
at St. George's, as the Vessel had beeu placed in
Quarantine. That it was thou too late to obtain a
bont to take the (asks to St. George's that evening
nad that Mr. Wadsou engaged a boat to take them
the next morning the 7th nit.; but that when the
boat was about to start, he received a telegram from
the Health Ofi.- er at the East Eud stating, that the
tlIe owner of the Alk.lda" wished the casks filled
with water. This 11r. Wadson at. once proceeded
to have carieTd out, and the boat was finally start-
ed vith the water, and some other articles ordered,
at 11"10 a.m. ,
Tie wind was very light, sometimes indeed there
was no wind at all, so that the boat did not reach
St. George's until 5 o'clock, p.m. The Health Of-
fier thnre directed the Pilot of the boat to go on
to the Yacht, but there was no wind, so he could

go no further that. night. Tihe Pilot started early
next morning, but in consequence of there being-
then but little or no wiud--with a strong tide at
times runmnin-,g against himn-tihe boat did not reach
its ilestiuation till about 2 p.m., of the Stnh ultimo.

May 10th, 1SS0.
From Covernor to Health Officer, Esndt End.
"I have only this moment been informed that
yacht "Alkelda" is at, St. George's, I had been-
told she had gone to sea on Saturday. Please pre-
sent my compliments to owner and say how sorry
I am that theo qarantiue authorities have found it
,.eieary to put his yaclht in Quarantine-and ask
whether ther-' is ainy thing I can do to promote the
comfort of hi.narlf or tt1he li lies le has with him.
Please let me know whether owner means to remain
here, and if so, how lug -you think you a .ill Lave
to keep the yachtl in Qu-.irantiive. Take care to
piovido yacht with any supplies ,.riiuir'-d. If you
meet with any ,liffir'ulty in doing so, let me know
at once."
From Surgeon-Major Patterson, Health Officer,
St. George's, to His Excellency the Governor,
Mount Langton.
"The yacht Alkelda went out yesterday morn-
ing; thle Pilot, was placed in Quarantine at Non-
such Island at 7 a.m. I took the greatest care for
the comfort of the owner; telegraphed for his
Vwateri and .suppli)ek,--Personally called at the Pcst.
Office for his lhtter.s, &c., &c. and sent them to Lima
--and in my own yacht (u,:t offi-ially) spoke to
him t". ie:, :i!iug v-hat T could d,:t)to assist him.
Every thiug that w:s in my power was done'for
Mr. Earle, whiile in Murray'.s Auchorage."

. We are intort.ied that the Colonial Government
had been in recei-pt of an official intimati.,u from
the Gove-munenr ol the Bahamns of the existen-e-
there of fellow fev rt
- - - -

The popular impression i.s that Bermuda is only
a fit, plaee of resort during the Winter months from
November to the end of April-and consequently
t h, Stennmer from NewYorks is scantily patronizedl
during May and June, when an extra boat is pro-
viled to maintain a weekly coumunuication at bi-.thl
ends of the line. Only two passengers reported by
the Be.rmuda" yesterday. We feel sure with a
proper knowledge of facts that that ship would,
have ]had a full complement of passengers. A sea
voyage to Bermuda at a fair calmn period of tihe
y.:ur, thi:' beu,:,ficial influences of a pleaannt sea
voyage, and the change from the steamed air of
American cities to our balmy insular atmosphere.,
would renew many a wearied frame, and prove-
more beneficial than a land trip to. the ave-
rape American or Canadian, who may have ex-
hausted resorts near their respective homes. We
are convinced that the hotel could do a large busi-
ness during May, June, and July, and that it need
only be closed, aun-l then perhaps not altogether,
during August, September, and October for re-
novation for the Winter campaign. A palatial
and fast Steamer, t,.. ac,-elerate the voyage between
Bennmuda and New York, will develop a passenger
trade at present hardly dreamed of. We may
treat this subject more at length next week.

We under-.taud that the proper authorities did
not see fit to accede to the proposal of thie Quebec
Steamship Company to withdraw thle "'Muriel"
from makinL.- another trip, in view of the very
s!nall quantity of produce, that is likely to be of-
fered for shipment.

Tlhe Coal Trade Joura il of New York, June 2nd,
states that the Messrs. McCalmout, tihe agents of
the Reading C'o>mp:imy in England, have initiated a
proposal that Lord l'airns be appointed Chairman
of the Bondholilers Protection Committee. '- The
facility with wlceh the Reading Companies borrow
a million of dollars, while in the hands of receivers,
shows that s,,ome on-- still hans confidence in the pros-
peious ftutu e of the coucern." The Anthracite
('Coal Trade i4 rep,-rted as moving along quietly,
with a very good amountt of Coal being taken,
freights from tide water continuing favourable to
purchasers. The Evading Re-ceivers are required
to pass their n>a-':cu:kt m-ni lthly b:foi e Jse-p) i A.
Clay and G,,rc- M. Dall-i-s whi-, are appointed
Masters in tihe cause. The New Yoik Daily Bnl-
letin gives 'the bonds issued between 1836 and
1873 aggr',ggite p 3;,.50l,0Qi After these bo:nd-
holdets eomne, Is.t tine holders 'A the $-0,00(0,000
general mortgage of 1874, 2nd about ,34,000,000
due to the holders of various forms of obligations,
3rd and finally tlhe stock 43t,-00,000. To satisfy
the claims of these three latter classes of creditors,
there will r--emain the co'al and iron and navigation
propel ties, whiich p-liaps :-in hardly be valued at
30 per cent o.f th- amount of these three classes of
obligations combined.
In addition to the reduction of tihe force of work-
men at different parts already made, on and after
the 1st June the meun yill work only eight hours
per-i day. How long this will be continued is not
known but thlie impression i- that it will be only
during the coal suspension of three days each week
in June.

Yearnings ...,... $1,2201,1.7i)
Expenses ...... -15,7>6

Nett .....,....... 5,704-
Inc-retased Earuiugs, i S) .............

$1,60: 1.3 16

... $23S939-5

." We learn that His Excellenby Sir Robert
Mi.h-aeol Laffan, K. C. Ni. G., R. E., G(overnor and
Commander-in-Chief, has taken his passage in the
.Mail Steamer DerInuda, to leave on Thursday next,
oun his way to England, for a short period, for the
benefit of his health. We sincerely wish His Ex-
celleney a pleasant passage and that restoration to
ni':alth which the arduw-n" dItites of Iis Oftice inl
this Colony has so seriously impaired.
Col. E. C. .\. Gordon, Commanding Royal Engi-
neer at this Commaniud, will assume the duties of
Acting Governor during Sir R. M1. Laffau's absence.

15? We understand that S. Saltus Ingham,
Esqr., of this Town, has obtained the Contract for
the couveyan. e of the daily Mails between Hamil-
ton and Irelhad Island, to commence ouI st proximo.
Thli work is to be carried out by the steamer Mr.
Ingliam recently imported from England, and
whii;h is being put together at Albouy's Point.

New York %Market, June 3 :
Onions .................. $2-00
Potatoes ..................$4-50

Latter fi-rmn tihe UniLted States, Eu-
rope, etc.
The Mail Steamer Bermnda, Captain Wilon, ar-
rived at her shed in this Town at 8 o'clock yester-
day nioruing. >he left her pier at New York at 3
p.t. of the 3rd instant and had a very pleasant pas-
We are indebted to Mr. Purser Dupont and Mr.
J. V. Jordan. Chief Steward, for New York papers
of the 3rd instant
Shares Del. & Hudson Canal 67.
Grant's friends are still seemingly of the opinion
that he will be again elected to the Presidency.
Blaine's friends however are of a different opinion
and show that the votes will'be::'
For Grant .............286
Blaine...... .......295
Shenuan... .......125
Edmunds ...... 40
Windom ........ 10

A Calcutta dispatch says: Intelligence from
Burminnah states that the numbers of the insurgents
arne incronsiiiL, and the movement has now .xt,.niled
to Man!:day.
A from the Vicerov; to the India Oflice
states that there is no Afihan news of importance,
exc( pt that a large gathering of natives under Ma-
hornid Jan is in progress at Zurrnat.
The Teheran correspondent of the Daily Nfews
reports that the Persian government has refused to
interfere in the Tekko question or to accept the
proflf-reil allegiance of tinhe Mern Turcomans,
ThIe Standard sams :-" It is stated that Mr. Par-
nell ii ends to press to a division .mir. Law.-son's
motion in favor ol thle recall ofl :Sir Bartle F-rere,
shnuldl Mr. Lawon niot Iproce.l wi th the motionn"
A. v e':ron oppoluition will be ot'erei iin the housee
of Lords to tie binl lbrouT-ht fmirwmir I ly the eiovri-
in nt to perinit the binria I tjl iss-niit' s in all, clii nh-
service, Tn i-rejection ofl ill bill will be mniovIl on
its s'conid rc-adi,g.
ihe radicals it the lHouse o,, Conoiions, after pi.,-
se-nting' a mera ori I rehiti'e to Mir L.'a'ntl:- Fren,' in-
tend ti., awnv it i !-Pre;:le," Giad.ston0! I'l r .pi" b.ilon pro-
C.:ili w'itih '-ir 'iliridl Lawson's iioti'jii relative
to the i.-nall lt :.'ii Balrtle Frem'e from the Go(4-rnor-
shipn of the Caie ol Goo001 loic. -

At the gaine of cricket in Edinburgli on 29th Ma
between the Canadian cricketers and the Royal High
School team, the Canadians in their second innings
scored 108. The school team then made 2, winning
the match byv ten wickets.
DUBLIX, Jun"-" It has been definitely decided to
hold the internal ahi rifli match at Dollvmount on
the '29th inst. The general opinion here is that the
American riflemeni are in excellent form, while tihe
Irish rifle preniice is considered satisfactory and bet-
ter by far than in any previous shooting.
LONDON June 2.--.'r. Jordan, thie captain of thcs
Canadian cricket club which played fhe'Leicestc..' e''"
teani to-day, was apprehended this evening M' a
charge of having die-erte I eight years ago front tine
Royal Horse GUnirds. I i.- real name iN Thomas Dale.
It i said thlit since hiis desertion lie visited and set-
Iled in C.,tnada, whliire he was twice married, had six
children anti bee:ien renowned as a cricketer.and Cap-
tain of three influential clubs.
CALCUTTA, June 2.-Four companies of British
troops have received orders to be in readiness to take
up positions for the protection of the frontier of Brit-
ish Buinmalh.
LONDns, May 27.--In the I louse of Commons to-
day, Sir Charles Dilke, Under Secretary for the
Foreign Department, replying to a question, said
that ihe Government were well aware of the injury
to tr'nde caused by the war between Chili and Peru,
and were desirousi ol oft..ring their friendly services
in the rnalttr; that such friendly overrnre.s have
hitherto been int ffrectu il; that lithe Gve'rnnient liave
been, and are, in communication with othilier govern-
mnents on the subject, nad if a favorable opportunity
for mediation shoul-i offer they would avail of it.
Ont., June 1.-Prince Leopold and the Princess
Louise arrived here to-day by a special train on the
Great Western i-.ilway. They visited points of inte-
rest on the Cannlain side this afternoon and will visit
the American side to-rmorrow.
The steamer Buenos Ayrean, the new st.earr,(r of
the Altan Line, has arriem*d at M,,ntreal. It is said
she is thie lar,,' t ?tel -te,:u.i r ",floit ; being 400 feet
long; 42 fiee.t 6 inches in breadth and 34 feet deep.
GALVESTON, May -29-A dispatch from Bou.
bam, Texas. to the Ne tws says : "A terrible cyclone
visited Savoy, on the Texas Pacific Railroad, last
night, and totally destroyed the town, killing nine
persons tnd wounding sixty more, some of whom
will die Nineteon busine-s houses, a depot, aud
twenty buildings were destroyed, there only being
five houses in the place not damaged.. Physicians,
nurses, medicine, coffins, provisions and everything
necessary were furnished them by the people uf
Bonham, and a train of cars placed at their di,,-
The Whittaker Court of Inquiry Case, which
recently caused ,ueh intense interest at West Poin&
hIs r:-sulted in a strong report against[ Cadet Whit-

R A Slupplem1ent of 5 columns
aeomlpanies the issue of this Gazette." It
contains the prueediings of the Legislative
Council ar Fri'i y last, and the proceedings
of the House of Assembly for Friday and
yesterday-and latest Foreign news.

BI RTH, in Hong Kong, China, on the 7th Febru-
ary, 1580, Mns. R. W. FIourHTON, of a SoN;
.......... in Sandys Parish, on Thursday, 27th May,
theWiFE of Benj tmin T. Burrows, Esqr., ofa DAUGH-
........., in Baltimore. U. S., on the 23rd May, MIns.

MA R HIE D, on the 2nd instantly, at St. Paul's Church,
Paget, by the Revid. J. L. Loughi, Rector of Paget and
Warwick, Serjeant S. A. MANN, R. E., to MARY ELI-
ZABETH, d-iiighter of the late Mr. Wni. Badcock.

PIED, at.Hillpark, East Newport. Fife, on the 171i
inst., THOMAS GEORGE WILSON. aged 6 weeks, son of
Thomas G. Wilson, F.R.C.S.. Fleet Surgeon, R.N.-
D1undee Advertiser, .Vlfa 19.
.......... at his residence, in Southampton Parish, on
Sunday last, after an illness of several months, borne
with much Christian t.,rtitutle, WALTER WHITE DaR.
RCLL, Esqr., aed -12 years; leaving a devoted wife, an
aged mother, three brothers, together with a large cir-
,le of relatives and friends to mourn his early demise.

.1 i ?1r



'jHE i Subscti',er vi'1 deliver Superior Hard
Stone LI '11 IFto any part of the Island nit
I/ per liu liel.
L1lso for Sale,
A Choice 1,o of Young PIGS from
Importeli Herkshire Stock."
Apply to
Wholesale and Retnil Grocer,
Near Shell'y Bay.
June 7th, 1,80.-l pd

Notice to Farmers and
Owners of


'The Ulndersigned will be prepared
to forward C.'oiisiciiniie:its of BEI'!il'Ul) 4
I'PODUClt l to
Messrs. E. P. LOW Y1iS &d O.,
95 BARC.'.LA Y STi ... T, NEW Y.OiK,
nid will also pay full Cash flati:s .'or Produce-
througinhout the .easo:n.

GOLD 1DI) .'FlS ron New York mri-y !e ha I
diuri.- : tIne .e;...on.
I I.milton, Ailarch 2'?, 18 0.-3p tf

IReceirino" at the
Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
From London, %ia New York, per S. s. llel-
Wn ud i."
LILLY WH ITE I Caine a )V Wihale bone
Cr'ieke BAT'T C'' niekL 1 EEl'
(Child's (; G Il)'
Mavor's and Carpenter.<' SPELLINGS
Cash BOXES Stvnlid and other PENS
'roy -team and Sail it) \1TS
Silver i'uncil C .A E ., St-rew Pattern very ,eatl
n;id inii t'ilniinonlO .

Sea Side, (1nioon, and Franklin

H-ouse C ninlii'i.-I ii ( )%WI)E
fluinilucJuimne 80,1) 80s.




By PuBJLNC Auc T 0 ,

At 1 o'clock, P.M.,

On Thursday next,
the 10th inst.,
.J '-15 Bis. Bright Muscovado SUGAR.
5 Bls. best Vacumn Pan SUGAR
5 Cases SARDINES, lb. Tin.
5 Cases MATCHES, 10 gross each
4 Eags RICE
S Cases 3 lbs. Tins APPLES
75 Qr. Bales Hay 1 Donkey WAGON
10 Bls. S. F. FLOUR 10 Lbs. Corn MEAL
20 HALIS and Smoked BEEF
1 Good HORSE can be used for
any purpose
1 .Light WAGON
3000 LATHS for House use
10 Boxes Boneless CODFISH
5 Half Chests Oolong TEA
4 Boxes Baking POWDER
20 2 lb. Tins Ice Cream BISCUITS
2 Bls. Amorican VINEGAR
3 Dozen Tins Ox TONGUES
4 Dozen Bottles PICKLES
4 Cases Pine Apple CHEESE
SA Good Cart
1 DRAY nearly new 1 Good HARNESS
A fev: Articles of FURNITURE
&c., &c., &c.
And many other articles that will appear at
the Sale.
B. W1. WALKER & CO.,
4Auctionee 8

hlntilijiltol, Jutlii ,1-et

.5', ~ -~ Ib~

T HE Undersigned has Received
Sfr.m ILondon a first Clhss

With,ble figures, desiialed "' The Zul'u
Band." Is piepated to ;tten.i, at very reas;in-
able rates, Juvenile Parti.s. cen-:erts, Pie-Nies,
The us "- is fir. < ( -:13 ;, nd the .iondei ul
itiovements of th.-. ;.wtd are ino.- a i nsinr. and
asteoii shiing.
Ilamilt. n, June 7i1i, 188t*.

Pinuos! Pianos!

ril E Undi.-rsigned hnI ing made arrangements
With a ('eletrated I'iano Manumfnaetur'er
for the supply of li-ltinmetil t suitable fur this
Climate, is prepared to Ifurnlh them ait price
heretofor eunknown in the.:. Islands-for a first
class Instrument. They ane extra bolted.
Tricord, full Agrraffl; d(oubl, Venred, fine los-,e
Wood upright Ca-e.i and rich lone. Please call
in and try them.
Hamilton, June Sth, 188U.--4


TO those Personus homn I have BILI.ED Fo
ofteu, without any eTect, I will plnce
their ACCOUNTS in proper hands for Collec-
tion on the
First of next lMonth, July, 18S0
Without respect to Persons, or without fur
thcr Notice.
Hamilton, June 8, 1880.-3

For Rent,

The Large Garden,,
With Carriage House :ind Stable, attached to
my House, in Reid Street. Immediate Pos-
session given.
For further Pafrliculars apply to
May 31, 1880.-3 3p


A LL Persous INDEBTIED to the Under-
signed will favour hiw greatly by .'eitle-
ilg their .\ C;OUiNTSin full by the 20t of this
Month, and if th(y ara not .ettled, on thie 201h,
the y will without fail, on the 21ls, be placed in
Legal h-ands for Collection.
June 7th, 1880.-1

Lime Lime !! I mine !!!

Warranted burnt from

the Pure

For Sale by
June 8, l8PO.-tf



14;U _

Sail, Spars,, Blocks, &c., in perfect
con'iit.ion. Lead nI idroi Ballast.
For 'further pariiculars apply to LIEUT.
S .0TF''I.WOODE, 19th Regt., St. Georges.
June 8th, 18S0.--tf



ot t a

Thereon Erected,
Situate in Pembroke Parish, at present oc-
cupied by MR. JoHN Cox ; bounded on the
North by the Main Road running from the
Parish Church to Spanish Point ; lI'ed, by
Lands now or late of one Rebecca Sarah
Jones; and Soutthaest rli, by a certain Public
Poad leading to the Parish Church. The
Cottage is used as a Dwelling Hotn'e and
Store. The Parcel of Land is triangular in
form, and contains about Thirty Perches.
Half thle purchase money may remain on
For further part. ulars apply to
7th June, 1880.-1
" Colonist" and Times and Advocate" please
copy once and send in bill.




a AVING perfected the Improvements in
their Celehrated KEROSEINI. COOK-
ING -TOVI'S, nre again prepared to furnisi
them through their Agent in Berwtud(a.
In reference to the above the Subscriber. will
at an early date, receive a -Supply *of the
.TOV..S, and will, as before, sell the n at Cost
as per new Price iist Received.
I lamiltou, June 8th, 1880.--2

4 Card.
To the Ladies of Bermuda.
THE finest CAKE expressly for Partie-. .ind
Weddings, made up in extra styles to sur-
prise the whole Bernmdlns. Orn.maments, &c.,
Flowers. Pird.-, G-ld uand Silver Leave%, Bride
and Groom, &c., in greit variety.
.!ls A. No. I 10 1 Ci E.ANM in liricks, Soda
\\'at-r, with Choice Flav.,urs at our BIImuIMUDI-
F. A. MEYF.I?,
East Broadway, Hamilton,
June 8th, 1880.-G



F([,, D EM E R 1. .
To Return (Fia Barbados)
The Brigt.
rp1H.A 4 Pitt
YJN"G, lMa -o ,
WILL A.\lL i : Til,-: .\B,)VE 1'OitT,

Dn Tiesday next,[
15th ml,-(.amt.


About the Middle of June
At Cedar P:irk Prosp(ct.
(Back of Military Hospital,)
The whole of th
Household Furniture
Andl Effbets.
Belonging to
Siut'CO -. "ajo.' r ##Irjs,
Consisting of:-
Drawino, Dining and Bed Room
GLASS, &c., &c.
Date and further partic-ulars will be:- Ad-
27th May, 1880.-1

Freemasons' _Hall, H1am-
At 1t v rta I tn In
Consistiing of:-
MUSIC antd READINGS,- will be
given at the 1abiove Hall,
Onr Thi rsd -iv Evening,
June 17th, At S p.m.
Proceeds in aid of the Funds of th- Pei-
broke Sunday Sceool.
Front Scats one Shilling: S.vcond Seats six
t:-'110 .
Tickltis to be obtain at thb -' ,Royal Gazette"
StatiO, rv S4tore.
Hamilton, June' 'th, 1.5 O.--1

For Sale.

'ENDERS will be R-eceivod by
the Undersigned
T1i71 d 111c- 21n537i0I,
For the Purchase of that Two Story
Dwellinog HOUSE,
MIB. i dAnd LOT.
Situated on the Corner of Church and Court
Street-:, in this Town.
The Premises can bIe inspected at any timo
on application to the Subscriber.
Not bound to accept the highest or any
Hamilton, June 7th, 1880.-3 3p1)

For Sale.
., The Parcel of LXND antd

I t *,1 h. -1:ling a
'ti. ,- ;-, 'V'- -.N ,

At the ,dd-Fellows' Lodge,
On the Aft-eriioon and Evening of
Luuneh always av:.h'.bi.-.
A large variety of FANCY GOODS have
bn impirtld for th, o ,..s ,.in.
IDYors ,open at 12 i.):l'l,"k.
"MJmriue B:mtal" in attn'l:mne..
Admission Sixpen:e'.
June Sth, 1.880.
.....' -_ _t '
.. 7'. --" E "^ ;
Q9~~~~~~~~~~~ ils1 ;.>'^ < .=,(S


Mangrive Lake, Hamilton Parish,

The 17th Instant,
In aid of the Hall about to be erected by the
Members of the Female Charitable Union
Doors open at 7'30. PeMrf"rmun(-ae at i.
Admission-Adults I ,. Chilren 6d.
The St. George's Baild" will be
in attendance.
Hamilton Parish, June 3th, 1880.-1


ERS OF DEVONSHIRE intend having a

V,,. .. --.-- s -,'* ,< Q-,ek ..,i{ 4.

On 16th and 17tIh Inst.,
At Green Hill," Devon"hire,
In aid of the B. M. E. Church, Hamilton.
Doors op1n,.d at -1 p.m.
Mozaits Ban:l in attendance. .
We solicit the Patronage of all.
Devonshire, June,8, 18S0.-2pd

N,. J0L
A tok: i :,'re!- o'f

if ,O i 175 "T -I.
2- J
J-- J. T '"1.i RC & .
I!a ii -1.;:, q''.; 4, H "01

0... .

- '5

Fomr I'meiglu rl Iand acilaeipl -IL
T HOSJ. E. H 1. A pply Dt 1a. S rMv~uOurl, hJddluos' B.,3 %Vtr%%ic-k.
Hatmiltonm, 7thu Juie, 1880.-1 I I umuc 8h,1 880).-! pd

T ea i.a

F or the 1), lnehit of I 1r II-Ooa "vcI lhic', for I )Ilivors

The f illo'wtun, Laliuv? tn'iI(4~leGnt-i' ui will pr
M~~esdamems 1Tiolt, 1Mn'liIat.D 'unell, Plan-
11 nd "l- li'.!j:. 3u n Ca pd taiinM 1-biot, iPit-
lein Plf'u~y, AI:'-s~i,. C' ekunt EI'ii.'toru,
Ik t ThI II 1 ,t I r I Ith

THEFluPir 6.

At, Prospoet, 11 nesmlax 9~th Junii.I

And Ti--,"I NST'I IT.

Pi.~'~unia ni-md Ti.Th'k fs forthe Po'i ;q~oet
t3~~e t1~"ti~ i)tetV~ i.1-,V~"ii.~PF1mr1 Of tho

taiui-1 tut the : D 1: 1vC-)in' ).u ~.:~a

Dt; s-; c' 3 ~*~ : I~ ,:Pit I/.

IX u s op, u t*7-311 Pel'fo)rtnnue'dat 8 o'clock.

'lThvtilt-on, 23t01I v I"


Sae a lositive---I1ithout Reserve
Under lunstrctions Iron the Proprietor,
On Tuesday, l5th June,
At I o'clock, p ,
Thit Dedir'able rand Valuahble E-tate
The Her ni a'e,"

Situated on th'- line m-twvo.:'i Dovn-hirt ald Smith's.
Coni.01 it.4: ot '-

vDwelling HOUSE,
With 16 Acres of Valuable LAND.
A actioneers.
Hamilton, May '24th, 18)80.--3 3j.

Fol Sale,
Building0 Lots at Coot

COOT POND, being Nos. 7, 8, and 9,
Bounded on the North by a Road; on the South by
Lots formerly of T. Tudor Tucker, George Raukin
John Zuill and John Davenport; on the East by a
Lot formerly of Samuel Higgs; and on the West by
a Lot formerly of Charles Roberts.
The Lots will be sold together or 3eparateiy.
TENDERS lor the same will be received until
The 24tth June Next;
But the Undersigned doe, unot bind himself to ae-
cept any Tender.
Hamilton, 24th May, 1880 -26 M., 8 J. T2 J 3p

ToF irowes ad owoJe

0"F 9BERM c",- -- JA -AV.PODJUGE,

(-,I neqttet"hce o' tiea( 'utincrecase inu tur
shi amact'~ ~ Pr.d nc-xt (w o k Since
(asIm f I1874, We hACM;it tIeCOSAIQV 1o g!VL'
1.11.1-,tht We au11,t?.l-fld'm io ivcur luersonaul
Iattention aM UtmdALtO 11a- ll itt'i~tt-~it 01Bef'[Iltda
I'rodimce iCo.*e w York ;.te a m'uu n6i, butu
a th Munt I crmuarespaosi ide toRathe WIii mm ecels
tuailpi pftzIa.uat r I m l- io r-.cVA o', 'i hich will
6,;~ gi IV,-ito LtI' N'Cc -. Y I I Irk 1.~i ok It 1; 10r 8cd ,
V''Ier llmcsar';'t. ... idf,, .p tic ii teturn for

Lmf14t14:L!id tha'. ali tm'1.u11'-Iof Itr.,svoL klr 3m.
hqw inthem.t'u

.g j& U a~5i'

I Mach 8. 88. ~to 130th Juno. 31)

1.L' V 11E


Lt I A:t~\
'lo leave, th11nec /Orw u rn onl
the 171h Instankt

':L-cmgI St:),c 'Xijit be remm~''?, 91 0

Fm-eighit, Parc.els rand Specie %% ill I)(, reC~L-vd
tilitil 6 tm 911?h is~t 'mlf. amd l~ld oftLaudingt I'm.
l'r(.iuce wviill, e ,'g ueI Until 101n .,10111in-
Tt iI L,0T'IC.

I bumniillton, hk rnm t'J; h Ju oti, 11 *-S I

Real EAstalte frSae
A- Pnruc-~l of LANTD in Sm '~it tf'Parkish : n -
JF 4, a.LvLandsf'r'i'lvof .John lienry
(--f by l taih '~'/6iq vLan l-s 'of 3o-
..--phi TiLotimas Webbi un.Land.sum'ii'o 1-ior
u tie I ---h irs 'q7.1. -a orass" g n's of the lat."
Jitii's W1alker, amnd ./ /h Ni, lvtheIomd
l-adihiii to tita Parishlt Chaurch ; with the
oldl D v~iiug

fahuald: Bi.t.St-iimh. Xi i. r( on et. L'ti1.0
One-thliril of thfii-P ma 5 1 ii l. I I' i'-
)t1.-lil un o --.tkrm
rToudit -for the Piui'h..t*i. t ft Lif :.bOa-pro-

Until the l t1' I TIT-, t
Tl11'. Propritetor *'.isnot muI- hkI'a.i
cc-pt* the, highe.4 or-any r1.~. i, I-r
Hailautont, ISt Junc., 1 Sso. -2 8y,'

A. Rzaro Chance fcor Investment,

Drafts at sight on BRAENETT


P OFUIT N'.L v11 E ; L Ev riEus I N rFHE
),.t Offictm, !Haomilt -n' 5:hIm-A)ii', k 8O
TIm h Am-tron-Lj, G i so ~goe rPu ta ~ Lvid .%I-.
lmrsr"r, N'snod AI A vi's, T.'r-C A rj-mtrmyt n, 'vu' ~da
-Nnieiral. Rkh-cirdh 1.e 'i. E lrook-;: Ehlvar.I Bu rch,
W 11 IBdrg-so, Wit-r beih iBIu-tterl'I!,T 13 i Iiradf.rd,
S It [lurch, T '-,(Chap-,C' I, CCrkson, E liz ib- th 06x,
Stopia'ox, loso F ( ar o Ii, .1 itto DillI, Mr: LDamuon,
Luce' ia Darrill, It I' Dai u John Edwarde, Ca~rl
Fran~ciscof WV iJFANYrA LincoloFornt, Leo!'Hock.
eq 'lomu- i-i ny ward, Juin a 1Hama t' 'I'0 EHafno
lun J ant'sA Mino~inj,1-1, HSKondolI, B-aquo Lvdi nt,
Jadse NMarioet Ioppt-z, niciiard Lynch, 't~i'mF Lar-
enr MiET f 'J,[lsJ-3mps Mauii?., R S 'Japor
& Co, A Mic-rcdi! Ii U90 'utabrid1~-i, AdelJ A t!.,Out-
M tro \ U'.-,iIto, ~Be rmaari) iid- R.z- i 'ittz, B
L) Hiica~rdm, JA'h. i aS 'T:-'iu:Jn n-eka A
Tnh idb'mioplop a S.trh S'aimcins, \iI.noop '
S ~ m i Ill e o i S-1'.F S i a : .1 arm 1 'a

HPV 1 :, K" ozu. '

'V' L 'A LU ~.L. 1 l'I:~>: IN
1(1:. :- i ,jjj.)j?* L's.

itJsE ~

1 e'~i u, M~ I tno-i (a .- eo-t Mrs Deijmard ) LI
-i Hooper. Will Tudol~r (St frvid'~.-;I staod), j
I .JyhfWIIN-

Ine r-easu~e i')f' Posta 'e Ibe.-

I ,I tesc

N i TICE is he:., -lv .icmnti t iau-ni *tv
I;t-1,k. .d juy i\ nxt ithe Pcv tag o on1)r-
paid LeMtms btw.nthese IAvnd- anl dflthe
Uniited stjt.--Sof Atitcrie1a v"\; I Il%--ilhted0LScl
fromn 2,1. tf,-,22.1-. p er r h lf lico.
DI ,IVF. E, ,Y, Civvii

,T1-1JUNE, S0
IT is bh-vicy inofiol IfA, Public inlfol mationl
Hit:t f,:-itl, i sth t .-Jiy ul"I-etFoir i PiO)ST
CAYZDi-S "illh b'ltit l1at thi. V1: vruu P

Pq H:t m71 01li i' I Mifdl -


F1'1EN[)ERS,-- will J.(1be reeivred by me
u-tp to

T A1, 11-Anho TRJ
I"- -? el D-p ut IL"us

u v tme ~rm andfurthre in iforiuatioli
'iii;1i~iI1' to tih,- v.k-MASTERAT-
TE P'A i *it t- ,bto.voc-1u the s*-1h and
(,f .Julrii. pd, ''.ir ,n'I hours.
Th.:- voi -k -will 1,,. .' nv to be cexi:'cmutcL
The T,,,n7i. --lf 1U'' i ofoa-mvfi~'te
2 1Nt. nur 'tIan.

IDirect .;io'nthiq Steam in om-minu'ni.
caion between

:T. Al i ERS leave Lfm-mli-.r. the laisth''Iurs-il i
in en -hito!itn.
ch-ats, 11.oidcoi c. :'ecuw liejuJnts ftir every des-z-
trpi )of f *uto r Aitpmem, l I y these s tea ma-
l~''ie~tY1 rI~ot t0:aitu io-,urdir'l ov cnmiit-ti

-rod.1P. A'i'KIS C)
jJP oRi'. iJvT 31-1N( uor TIC P

A Apply to



A Canal Cont,-act made with an American Company --
The Neu, Coalinq Stations.
PANAMA. May 15.-The Star and Herald says:
"A contract has been made between Mr. A. G.
Menocal, on the part of an American company, and
the Goverment of the Republic of Nicaragua for
the construction of a canal across Nicaraguan
territory. It now awaits only the approval of the
Legislative Congress, which has been convened for
that purpose, to become a law of the land. The
terms of the contract have not been made public,
but it is said that they are extremely liberal on the
part of the Government, and more explicit and in
detail than those of the Wyse-Salgar contract.
The points developed in the discussion of the
Panamacontract have been of service in the arrange-
ment of the terms of the Nicaragua business. The
Parvenir, of Nicaragua, asserts that the moving
spirits of the new American company are President
Hayes, Gen. Grant, Admiral Ammen, and Mr. A.
G. Menocal. Great enthusiasm exists in the various
cities of Nicaragua in favor of the new contract,
and we hope it may share a more happy fate than
the Blanchet affair. A canal, no matter where
built, will be a benefit to all the world, and we de-
sire to see it accomplished as soon as possible. The
Nicaragua people however are a little behind in their
calculations. While they are occupied in the dis.
cussion of preliminaries, &c., M. De Lesseps has
already got through that part of the business, and it
only remains for him now to form his company and
go ahead. He says be can raise the money and we
believe him. We are not so sure about the Nicara-
gua company. In both cases the corporations have
to be created and endowed with financial life, and
In the race, Lesseps has, by long odds, the advant-

The Turkish Empire is drained of almost the last
drop of its life-blood, but with characteristic readiness
to seize upon any pretext for postponing the evil hour
of dissolution, the Porte replies to the last collective
note of the powers by proposing an international
commission of inquiry to settle the Montenegrin ques-
tion. To the first note of the representatives of the
powers in Constantinople, demanding that Turkey
should re-occupy the territory treacherously aban-
doned to the Albanians and hand it over to Mon-
tenegro, a wholly evasive reply was sent, in which the
main point was passed over in silence. The Ambas-
sadora at once applied to their home Governments for
instructions, and Lord Granville took the initiative in
securing a concert of action on the part of all the
powers. The second note was sharp and specific. All
the Governments signing the treaty of Berlin united
in demanding that the Sultan should suppress the in-
surrection among his Albanian subjects, drive them
out of the territory ceded to Montenegro, and fulfil
the requirements of the treaty. There is about as
much necessity for an international commission of
Inquh'y in this natter as there would be if the Alba.
nian Leaguehad invaded Italy or France. The up.
rising was lawless and violent, a clear infraction of the
treaty, and none the less so because some justification
for it may be bound in the territorial pretensions of
the Albanians. All the questions involved were set-
tled in advance at Berlin and by the commission of
demarkation which drew the boundary line. The
proposition of the Porte is a mere pretext for delay,
without a shadow of excuse, except the internal con-
dition of the Empire, and that can hardly be urged
as a good reason for defrauding Montenegro of her
rights. In truth, however the affairs of Turkey are des-
perate. At present the Empire is practically supported
by private contributions, its officers being unpaid, and
the employes' pension fund having been seized. As
it is no longer possible to borrow, even at 20 per
cent, it will be interesting to see what new financial
shift will be devised by Mussulman genius. There is
reason to believe that when Mr. Goschen has replaced
Sir Henry Lavard the Sultan will find himself very
hard pressed, indeed, not only as to Montenegro, but
in relation to the unsettled Greek frontier question,
and it is not improbable that in case he should prove
refraatory, the situation might suddenly be complicas
ted by the appearance of an English fleet in the Bos-
phorus.-N. Y. Times, May 18.
















THE above WATCH ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any qtyle of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, I lamiltou, u .
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.


The Undersigned solicits consign-
ments of

West Washington Market, New York.
Highest market rates will be paid for Produce
during the Season.
llamilton, 15th March, 1880.-tf

To Farmers and Others.

Ire Undersigned is prepared to receive and
ship, by every opportunity, Consignments
Messrs. Darrell & Co.,
New York,

Will attend to receiving and invoicing all con-
signments for me, and will give all information
necessary for benefit of Shippers.
I remain, yours, &c.,
Mlessrs. O' Connor tJidge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
New York.
April 13, 1880.-tf

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!I

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish
a q' G

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
sou who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hlamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on Ist April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lb&.

and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 Ibs.
Bermuda Artificial Ice
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.


For Rent,
SIn the Town of Hamilton,
i Bishop's Lodge,
The Lodge is neatly Furnished.
For Rent and other Particulars, apply to
Police Office.
May 24th, 1880.-3

-Exchu,mst~c wt e.iee IPork.

R. W. I award &.

F. D. S.
Hamilton, March 29, 1880.-tf


Front Street.

Lime! Lime !! Lime 1!!


About 3,000

Bushels good

Son e

Wow Warr-anted.

Delivered in Hamilton or St.
Shilling per Bushel.


George's at one

Orders left with Mn. JOHN H. T. JACKSON,
Ilamilton ; JOHNs T'HOMAS I URNER, Model
Farm," Knapton I ill, Smith's Parish; or THo-
MAS TURNERa, Cooper's Hill llome Farm,"
I lamilton Parish, will meet with prompt atten-
April 27, 1880.

Every description of COLORt madef ready for
J. E. EVANS takes this opportunity o10 thank
the Public in general for their liberal r;atrowaige
and will endeavour (as in the past so in the
future), to merit tlieir continued favors.
14 Queen Street, Hamilton,
February 3, 1880.

C. S. WhVitter,
Watchmaker, Jeweller & Mn-m
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A Choice Selection of
W (atches, CIocli,, fWh'y
and Silver Plated Ware,
And Persons intending to purchase will find (by
calling at his Store,) ample room to say 1
have at last found a Che.ip .1-x.velry tore "'
N. B.--Parties who have not Settled their
Accounts for the past foui years, need not ask
i for Goods on Credit, but extend to all tho s.tnme
i invitation.
Call and ,ev.
Reid Stret, next West1 Gazette Office.
December 15th, 1879-

John M. DeWolfe,
lManufacturer ofall kinds of

aC r i 1 r a :

Who will secure the highest Market rates.
Prompt Account Sales and Settlements guar-
42 Front Street.
Ilamilton, February 10, 1880.

R. W. Hayward & Co.,
(P. 0. Box 3709,)
Consignments of PRODUCE solicited to
above Address, and Prompt Sales will be re-
turned. Ilighest Market rates paid for Produce
during the season.
F. D. S. J SH,
31 Fiont Street,
Hamilton, March 22, 1880.-tf


ALL Persons desirous of Shipping PR1O-
'T. McEvoy & Son,
Of Washington Market, New York,
Are hereby informed that
T. H. PITT, Esqr., Front Street,
Will take charge of and forward their Consign-
ments to that firm.
St. Georges, 6th April, 1880.

Outerbridge Bros.,
Importing and Forwarding Comr
mission JAlerchants,
Agents for
Messrs. Miller 6& Spencer,
Consignments of PRODUCE solicited for
this well-known reliable Firm. Due attention
given to all Shipments, and Account Sales and
Returns promptly rendered.
For any further information, Stencil Plates,
&c., please apply to 0. BROS., Hamilton.
March 15, 1880.-tf*

To Farmers and Shippers of'

3iermuua aprobue c
JI AVING had several years experience in this
I line of business, I desire to continue in
the same during the coming Crop Season, and
respectfully solicit any consignments you may
forward to this market. I will endeavour to
realize the highest Market prices, render Sales
and Ialnittances promptly.
Iia. ThIos. iH. Pitt,
Of i amilton, BIermuda,

built expressly for Bermuda when


September 8, 1879.-12m.

Agent at Bermuda.


A Market Wagon
-nearly new.-Apply at "Royal Gazette"
Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Deer. 23, 1679.

Geogqe A. Saiford,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
AI O .r U .1 E .,r T 8,
Basin TOPS, &c. &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inseriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishiig any
information, please apply to
W. T. JdMES,
Agent for Bermuda,
42 Front St.
Hamilton, Oetr. 6th, 1879.--1 y

For Sale,
A Fine Toned Upright

Walnut-wood case, and made expressly to suit
he climate.
For terms, &e., please apply at the Royal
Gazette" Office.

Hamilton, liMreli.), 1880.

Custom House Entries
ON SALE at iMe1s r. Georgo Boyle & Sawi,
St. George's, and thlie 11oyAd (Jazorte"
Stationery Stre, lamnilton, at Ithlie fllowincg

100 Sets
75 "
50 ..
6 "
I1 "

Large S/i ,
". 5/
'" lOd.

Sanall Ditto 4/2
S 3/6
2 9
c 5d.

BILLS LADING Charter Parties
B Bills of Exchauge for l)ollars& Sterling
Pilot Certificates Bo ids and Judgitent
Seamen's Agreements Writs
Powers of Attorney
Indentures, Parish and Common, &c., &c.
llamilton,'April 20, 1880.


United StlaPs Mail .teamiers.

1011 LS EITRPooif-L

ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 25, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday June 1, at Noon.
NEVADA sails Tuesday June 8, at 5-30 a.m.
WISCONSIN sail- Tuesday June 2-2, at 5 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 29, at iI a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday July 6, at 4-30 p.m.
NEVAD\ sails Tuesday July 13, at 9 a.m.
WISCONSIN sailsTuesday July 27, at 9-30 a.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations Pre un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms ar?,on tim ain deck ,'de6Uing ih,'o tile
Saloor,, t!:m,; securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perf cl eeniiialon and light.
Smoking Roowm, Hath Room and Pih;to on
each Steamer,.
The U. S Mail Ite3mie>- Bernmda' Ber-
mud!, "Thursd'ayvz,generally a'rivesat New York
on ',,oaday.s, and Passengers' baggage can lie
tran.iferred direct 1o the Liverpool Steamer sail-
iag i.e,'t day;.
29 S-road way,';, New York.
New York, May 13, 1880.








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ITheodor'e Outerbridge.,

Rcid St reel-, West of '' Royal (Jazelu&' (ullice.
( !.Mice IHoirs-10h~ to 1-2 andl I to 4.
\',i X'i t S. s(eou-o2' T- ,P.I, ml t'l VIi-

Orleurs Promptly ttewied to.

I ~ ~ ~ I lu itn cube r 2N Ili .I 1376.

.F. B, AkS' "I.A L,
F'.A.A., D.S.,


Street, Hamilton.

Te~rmS, Moderate.

J. -7i. Atkinson's

co.'lir. iled Ib, 'i i rly a cu, nury past, is of the very english !;anlfacture. For its purity and great
excellenc.? iI [.a r.l,tained the fo!Iowtaw
l1o ..N, 1i'iJ-. PA'" s, 1, 7. CORDOVA, 1-7-2
LIMA. ~172. VIFNNA., 1S73.
SiilyGold Meddl for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

ltkinsonis Choice Perfumes for
the Ha n dkerchief.
1\ hite Rose, Fra'gipanne, YlangYlang, Stephano-
lie, Opopanax, Jocl:ey Club, Ess. Bouqiet,
Tfec o!, Ii,,rtiolia, J.azmin, Wood Vio-
let, Gld Ma!dla IBouquet,
\nd al! other ...L.i: s, o-' the finest quality only

A T K I N S 0 N 8 S
Gold JIMedal Eaiu de Cologne
i4 stroni)gly reconm.indedl, being more lasting and
fra grant t'an :he. Germnn kinds.
A T K I N S 0 N 'S
Old Brown Wfindsor Soap,
celebrated for s-o many years, continues to be made
as heretofore. i i stioaigly Perfumued, and will be
fur'o l ry ,A.'r) h' I ;!I e.
dr. ,lie'- *;.ptiiilie ad oael iieral articlesof Perfu-
mnery invy ie oimeiiad ofl' l dealers throughout the
\l iil I, a3 d Oi w lie 'lanufacturert,
J. .a T= : I Oe ,
CAU 'i' 2';.- s. J. & E. ArKINsON manu.
fat. O. .!:i,'is of ono and the best quality
nil. i c,..o..s a x cauitont,-d to avoid counter.
fii, Y i r-.rv ,- ech article is labelled with
ile iun.'s 'i'i'idc Mark. 'a White Ruse on ia
Guldei .)n i'rii.?'% I seven colours,
A\ r!t 1 II, I : 1--I 1,n If
S11: I;IEL'." TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasa i
tlific id relreiiing adjunct to tile Toilet and
Bath, a t: iiij e. ent i and a powerful disiufecant,
PFor war ,ima 'V in ivaluable.
i uATE It
t.; i.) ;N .
Ri i.'i'.L. :(l 1 iPROVED F'LORiDA
tRI.'I..L' JOCKEY CLU", &nd other fra-
grant |:erfl',ines.
gives the li:ir a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolne,,s to the head.
i.ALiOND, LII", !(JCE, CO.AL-TAR, and other
l'oilei o ibps in t, s or cakes.
boxes, b:airels ,.,d puacles.
i \!EL'A.? U.ADENTINE cleans, whitens
and pr.-.e.. "lie teeth, reireshes the mouth, and
sw eetei., tihe b, ;ath
iural Air ,rrii-,, .1 fragrant Potwder which diffuses
lthe healthy dnd re-freshing eananaiions olf the Pine
and Eucdilylitu Forestl.
E R I Ml' FL. Perfumer by appointment to H. R.
HI. Prince.~ of 'W,,l.p, 94, Sirand, London, and 17
Boulevard d:s ltdliaeni. Parisk
May 27, i 7?9.

Prolection aaiistf FIRE
C;Hi i' ob;;aiued from the
el London,

One of tihe lorget Established and Wealthies
(t VO5s- ii' Great Britain.
Through I ,e *,'N'It OF(FICE in these
Islhidy, a S:tving is etfected to the Insurei
of the Stamp Dulf. a very considerable item.
IllSIKS taken both on IEAL and PERSONAL
I' ItOI"E'I'Y ior 3i, t or 12 moulhas.
No FEES and no CdAItGE lor Policies.
a ilton, Septemibler 9th, 1856.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,

8 L eradenhalli Sneet.
April 1, 1880,JICK.-JUNE. 1880.

8 Tu
9 IVe
10o rTh-
1i Fril
12 Sat
13 -
14 AMo

S ,. r Tide.

ris. sets.I

433 3 7 2 1 8 18
4 53 7 2) 9 6
4 53 7 2 3 9 54
453 3 410 42
1 5 7 3 5 11 30
4 53 7 4 6 12 18
4 58 7 -1 7 1 6


I St. Barnabas.
'1Eng Ml235ult due.

3rd after Trinity

First Qrtr. 15 day, 5h 32m p.m.

'TiH Bh-'RMUDA ,OVyAL GAZETTE is published
every 'u -didav '.y DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer 1o the Queen's Most Excellent

North-w est (otC ner ol Reid and Burnaby Streets,
a'ihev Biaial tland-bills, &c., will be
puiuied i: h..hrtest notice -Agents
at ;,. Gtorges tor the Royal Gazelle
Messrs. GEORcGE BOYLE SON, West End
Waler Street.


. VI-1413




Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, June 8th, 1880.


S'a'r< eeIing- Consacil.
Frid,,j. 41/i June, 18~.).-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the Hnousn met.
Pre.sen'-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
be Fonir..ble Augusrn J. Musson.
rWin. H. Gosling.
S" Eugenius Harvey,
James Tuck-er, Recr. GenI.,
G. S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Col. Srev.Y.
The fol...? in': Messages from His Ex,'elle".cvy Ibe
Governor 'i" .e delivered bhy he Colonial Serear'y :
(No. 3,)
R. !. L AFFAN,
Msio,. n-Pn r '.l,
Go en,.5.'n ,*; u*./(_';* ,wan:tr er.hi-ChiM f.
The *"- rrrrn:-.' has the hon.-i to lay before theo
H ,riorl: le> ,,.. Le si'oi-,e Council the Repn-or '.
the t r';:rr O.-nrerl.i of Birthls, MIorrir.-,:e' a-t.A
Deaths for the yvo.-r 1871.
Pnblie i'iJ ing.. H ,milfon,
1st June, 1880. .
(N". 4.'
E.1 M. LAFF.'AN,
G.iovr;of'r .;/' -Owumin de.ln-,r -i. Chnr'.
The -. veraur L:.s tla i.nor to lay before ihb
--Honort.,i t hI- L ,ielativ Cou c ibh Ri-,R',prt of
the Me' :.:-.! Suplrinterndlent of the Lunatic .A.y-
lum foi I!- '.:rr IS71.
Fulie BD;iiiinv, Hamilton,
Ist, June, ISSO.
(No. 5.)
Maior. Genral.
Governor ,l Coimanndcr-in-Cbief.
The Go0-,rnorr ha-: the honor to 1,iy before the
Honormn:.-. bhe L' -,dislalive C"!! det.-led E,'ti-
matc- prcpireil hvy ;he Honorables the Receiver
General! .-. o!-,lrni:il .ecielary shewih' the pi,'o ,n"-
bhi, l --iRee; i. n, n' ExTperiliire f:r the financial yV't"
1880 end;a.Ie the 80th June, 18S1.
The E 0,,ite of R -rnue has been based upon:
the repor!i' 1 -eceipts for the Ihlier preceding yeav.s,
making die allowance for possible 'iirinuti.on of It will be seen that accor,'ig to. theP
best, irifou n r. idon to 1a: obtnined there iill rrmanii,
in the Co!;-,.ial Treasury oa the 3fth J uitn nextcL !o 0b
cred it o ;, '-'* ol a s.u n F (.r If '4-:2 "8' to m*, r t
out-sai, TIc iriS r Liablilitie-. arnounitin. aoniy
to 2774 i/-l-daino, a balance of 2707 17/ to b,-t
credit of h- r(elanv over and above all liabiliies,,
exelusiv-e of the Bonded Debt.
The G,-vrinor thinks that of that l.a nc.ce a r.iiu
of 2500 might sa f ly beI approjr.! .. ed t'.pay iig riff
a porriot r.O the bonded debit of the Colony.'
The Estimaled revenue for the year lSgO-1 ;
set down ', 27,750 6' and the iEstimiate, Expen-
diture is sot doun t Sf 2.3'355 7 7, but from tfl
latter amount a sum of 1000 may safely be de-.
ducted as certain not to !;e required, as the total
amount c1 2000 set down as the costl.of providing
additional accomimodaiion for Patients. Pilots, arnd
Health Officer at Nonsuch Island, could not possi.
bly be spent this year even if the work were begun
at once and prosecuted with the utmost diligence.
There i?. also a sum of 500 sti down as possible
expenditure in connection with Quaranline ptr-
poses, -:'f which it is hoped little or nothing will be
expended. A similar sum of 500 was proposed for
the same service last year, but through the mercy
of GOD there was no epidemic and none of it was
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1
4th June, 1860.
(No. 6.)
Governor and C'm,tander-in-Ch'if.
Tbe r governor has the honor to forward-for the
consi..IErcition of the '-ornahble the Legislativo
Councill--le ench-,led copy of a lellel dated 17th
May', I :. il. n dr:'-d to him by his EHoaor th-,
Chief J l- i:-C., r s.i him to .:ring again before lth.
Legii ',i t thieL -L.!;ect ,'' i ': witl i vv-. to i:s ugn'eu- t:iion.
Tlh'; Gorerrarr !av;ag nalreaidy dwelt at som;e
length u-(n .r hi .tique-iion in his Speech at the
openi:g, o, ; -.-' S ?'I"-i thinks it unt,,c .c2 ary .to
eay more iii this i..l.sitaCe than to express t..s (.o)fi-
dence thCu.1 the L. i!sl!nture will dleal with the sul,-
joct in at p;rit, c.f equity and with a due regard ito
the irnpo-rt.,nce of thle fice and the interests U Ithe
inhabitants of this Colony.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, )
4th June, 1860.
(No. 7.)
Governor and C'wrnannder-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable the Lelislntive Council that he considers it
to be necessary, for the due performance of the
Colonial Surveyor's dnties, that tbht Officer should
be enabled to travel with reasonable speed from
place to pace in ord,-r to exercise a proper degree
of supervision over (ti nutiflerous catteredl public
works wbieh Cpl constantly heing carried out un-
der his dirertin, and yve leave him time to attend]
to the mary other n.w and multilarious duties
which ihave ,'en imp''sed upon him ly recent Le-
The Act constituting theBoaid of Works and

.appointing the Colonial Surveyor to he its Secre-
tary, and the Act providing for the maintenance. of
Steam Corrmunication between these Islands and
New Yirk and enti usting the control of that ser-
vice to the Board r'l Works-have added very ma-
terially to the Col-nial Surveyor's duties and
created new and serious demands upon his time-
and it is e:ident that tbe time thus taken from that
Officer's accustomed duties can only be made up
by enabling him to move more quickly from place
to place.
It would be unreasonable to expect that the Co-
lonial Surveyor should meet the increased cost of
this more rapid travelling from his own private re-
sources and the Governor therefore very strongly
recommen'?s that the Colonial Surveyor be granted
an aunn;:.l ll.,.wani e for the purpose of en ,linU ;
him to keep a L,'-, and :ou veyauce to be used in
travelling on the Public Service.
Public Buildingq, Hamilton, I
4th June, ;880. J
(No. 8.)
Governor and oCumrnander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward for the
consideration ofl the Honorable the Legislative
Council two letters, dated 7th and 9th April, 1880
-addressed to him by Mr. Ward, Postmaster at
St. Georges, enclo-ing Accounts for services ren-
dered by his sons as Sorters in the Hamilton Pest
Office, and asking that the amount should be paid
to him from the P,.wder Commutation Fund.I
As the work done was part of the regular work
of the Post Office, the Governor docs not think the
payment for it would be a proper charge -against
the Powder Fund, and he therefore refers the mat-
ter to the consideration of the Legislature.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1
4th June,1880. J

(No. 9.)
Governor and Co,,mander-iin- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honoraile the Legislative C'-u,)cil a copy of the
conrespondence which bhs taken place between,
himpell and the Vice Admiral Cnmmaudinc-irn-
C .iecl th',c e 1-- .N l'..iani arN .ot Awmeican qcj'a-
drnn, o, thie snbje'.:t of .:n applic.'tic.n from the.
W' Oficsre of H. M S. N'error," as,'n.
for a ren ru'i of f intin ,I* 1I .' 2 i by them :i.,
].iMoiit ,ily1 o I Vl'"i.:-, &e., i p-P"; tI, by thb?', e
I'G use of the WV i;'-v-ci. --: H. M. *'- '' r-
ror." on the oc'-r ; '.r : in: -?rcomt i; .'',-:':]
i.., 1 77, ari. l o,' i.r.' i s' i: ; C 1 p ,1L ,..
i PO o"i. M' ir C .' '.V ; .-.-, ii-. .: -.-;. fo I A
-'. I3 Ma \e.];..i-rt c -; ; E ,- 0e ..3. .,' .
,1. P. "T' .r'rror" !.) in3 :,,:r r. r, iir. ,u?,] ;,.
January Inst.
'ihe WoF ,': v '.r y r it : io'.i i -*..

r nI
"n ., ;,.1;n-ittc,! .. 'i;, 1r '.r:',,..!' ': ,:.-;ti2 '.ion i' -
,n.- l', .. :. C !r,. ..,;1 -._ : .'.-',.. N u .!DJ 2-2 o I '.":.',
'.:.., tS,,, N ii,; .i O'- i, ; .. ;,t ".I _'- ., : ''^." ..c-''. _-..I "L u -'-

A, t au.d !,refo, : r-lid iaa'ir'. i, 'i':- ';' ,.
oS o ..'.J d by thpb Cu;. 3 toe'i- e'z:- .fij :..

,C 1 r ':3 ,:o e: -ned L.e.. 2_. in 'b.' i A. i e C1o ,i ;. ..
; tte- th ird :.. o A 0.-L. i, N .'
o, 1,71 n. and ha tt. 7 ..' i i.i_. tt n.-
,' i. I i r -, 1 i i, .dd i' C ... '
S a o y Mi oin : in. ir i ( e of I p. .
.. r:t they paoo' *.! .it li-, taMd in ; ,L .M 1
.C2"." ."Lj).t Iy i! ne d!; c l -i ij S .-' ,: I *"* C "' ,i -
Ievap, ."yin :eeHnu:'s hwne,-b.y C,.o
Ib-%y, !'.N wi, F i'w i ;'.the h it i i e ,., ,
tA oc,'3sion, "I ..t ".h it r-,;,.o .i 'r .w.i. t M,
were required f..-r the us.. -t LC (.Ltic ,n :.'.
-:udi :h-n to the be. L of Lib k;.' ; ,:- i a i;
they etiler were cousu:i-.J or wi t b.' c,io so,!..,: 1,
the on bon:d;-, ce .] '-, ;' t..,.'..
intu; tha1 the roon','y paid abhouh :.e t'elu d ,v
li'aU liC i uildia s.s, Ham:lta,
4lth June, 18.8. '

2--, I .-

AJist.'I-tra of //e Procedt lee is of] i' oo j fhe ,e
Hoi.use of /A+n;en .
Fia !.,i ftI J',:,e.--Th: ?.-.: J'uio : *.'.harle. -.
n,I : I g a.a, daive '.to : nr-i o iai road i i
.'ue T_ wn 2: ,A-.k i to,, by the PeB!.'!' l':r.:e :ia:'sh i,
.',- )n .-- :p n.,;zi P. ;t- ,. ..-r.s n aand c "oniu:
.;'. J. eV. P inar t i. air.
M OUdI 1 L0'. :-'. t ,t '-. pi .', of tL e "i et-
ioe be gvar ted.
T'i,- At.orney General r:oved that it b. rec:.:-
S,,.-':,'. ,d to LO.e -.i. to reifr ;'i C. U. It.bIn :.h .-..
[ :tUj- t. ,Ue bi.. 1, ofi Pubtle ','.--i fU-' or i .- reportt
'r, e l u vi: t-r co'vum ie d in .i, and i1he: i'o-2 tr'ii it-
tee rise ioi that rfuipose wit leave L sit ag',n--
which 'was agreed to.
: The House r.sumed anu :idpt':-d the res.,lurii
Giof he C'r,, rnittee.
IThe A.t-.on,:,- I .ove". th-a 5 ae t-
sent to Hi- Exce!>ncy t -, G:.vernor, w13h a copy
of M .[r. C. P,. JG1 :b.ra's FP i'ion, i-.; thait
Hit Excellency will be leased to commuinu.ate the
Petition to the Board of Pu:ic Works for its ce-
port, on the matters referred to there, and io .c.y
the Report of the Board before this I.:LuGe, a,- tha,
His Excellency be requesteil to direct .
wmeamtime the work on the spot referred to, be. su..-
r pended-which was agreed to.
Oil.ered, that the be ..ccordiagy ...a
3 His Excellency the Governor.
The Eill to continue the Act to provide for ",nd
to authir'ise the erectiou of Sheds on ihe Wharves
in the Town of Hamiuton, was ren'i a2nd lime andi
Mir. WV. S. Masters in the Chair.
The Bill was agreed to.
The Attorney Genera! mc.ved that. the biank' or.
the duration be filled up )8,1."
M i'. F a-e uiov,: .n t ,- 'fil ,l Up- j --
wvbich w:.- n affuiriM'.l.
Ayes 13--M.!e-. S C Bell,F M Cc'oper. R J iP
DL''rl, . J : D Dneirtil, H Fraser, W .j Fr,, ..
F ;Ilb, T A (t;..t' ,[b ,.,, A.' O I v'!.. J 0. .r, 1
: V ;' l is:'l f, N m. l. i, J' 'N. i ,- i
1t T'yn,e, \ H %N ilkHIh'U;..
Nayvs 12--Messrs. Si-eat r,- T N D)ilt, .J FojFt- -
i3 G';yv.E II Gosimng. ._ arvey, K"av..,
A ,.awters, D Middleton, A M n 'Oeu,e'.' P:;i
;.on, 'T J "Wadson.
The following Mis.:.':.,.. fr a Hi i Exe-i'r ,.'n 'n ,
(No. :->.)
Majpr.Gentr al,
,.'ocernor tidi _otltnm ,I,' en r- i,-Chief.
Tr,. Governor h.s 'he h,-ml r io Iy .. fo(re tihe
Honorable House of' .. sa :.bL; a copj cf the cor-
respon.tiuce which h;:. token plte b.itwee:i him=
,.li and tL Vice Admil, al Commandiag-ir -Chi .?
of tle i',:..:-t Indian a -:, Norih Amei kan Sq,,a i!rion,
oil the subject of an application fro.2 the \'ard-
room Ofticeers ot H. M. S. '~ Ter or," a'-king f-r a
refund ol a cum of 12 12/2 pa 1 by them i.j itii-
port duty on wines, &c., imported ] by them io Lhe
use o the VW'ard-iro..-m Me-s ef H. M. ?. "T'eL io"
on ihe occasIon ofl io'r being ',ecc'muaiksion:d, i:-
1i.77, ar.d oi anonthe,' sumE of 20 iI/ paid f,, iu,..
port datie' S vo ine,, &A., i'portc.] if r ahe he o?
thb. WariI-room Mes oni the oce.siou of H. M. 3.
"l,,rfoi being a!acin tre e.i' issioL,!ed in .1.sau; |

Thjes goods wora -ientuly entitled to be imported
and admitu-id duty fiee under the condilior,. im-
posed by third Section of Act Number 22 of 1870,
but the Naval Officer's concerned represent that
they were not acquainted with the tea, c o( thb,.
local Act and therefore paid the import duties
when demanded ny the Custom Huuse Otfficer..
The Governor -seeing tiral had the Naval offi-
cers concerned been acquainted with the conditions
imposed by the third Section of the Act Number
22 of 1870, and had they complied with them they
might have imported these liquids duty free, anda
that it was only through their ignorance ot the
local Act that they i.-aid the duties, and seeing
that the accoLipanyiug certificates signed by Cap-
tain Moresby, R.N., shew that the wisies were iii.
ported on the ocC.isioa of the ship b',iu4 recoim-
missio-ned and were required for the use o: the
officers oa board, anod that to the b'st, of his know-
h dge and belief thby either were consumed or will
be consumed by the officers on board,-recom-
mends to the consideration of the Legislature that
the money paid should be refunded.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, -
1st June, 1880.
(No. 4.)
Governor and O)mmannder-irn- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honorable House of Assembly the Report, of the
Registrar General of Births, Marriages and Deaths,
for the year 1879.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, [
let June, 1880. J
(No. 5.
Governor and Conwrander-in-Chi.f.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the

Honorable House of Assembly the Report of the
Medical Superinteuient of the Lunatic Asylum for
the ypar 1579.
Public Building%, Hamilton,)
1st June, 1880. f
(No. 6 )
6 overiE:,r pin Cdoaminealr-in- Chief.
The Governor has ihe b:nor to lay before the
Ho n c .-r-.I.. inu. of 1 .-- mtbly detaihe'1.
prer.;! t by 7 H. *.;'abi -s :he : R ever C-Onerr
,n"'i Coomni' 4e"w. y sheOv'ng the probable Re-
v. r .- ..,r..- ,1, ri.t;.' r :n ,r' ,he b inan.ial 3ear 1 S0)
;i t '. '. u 1 1.
..:r e f'c h b? ;n u U'i ed up3i
b i ,: : -: I3r : .; (ie p)rece.f ig yeurs
I ;" ol ., .!.i'.-12e- o. pos .ible dim inution ,f
coEn,.-u'+i._.) it wi be w a thnt according to the
i i," oaicr 'e .c nbt-:ined there will rear-in
i, C ;. '.. ''. en:.n the '0tMh .Tune rnsxt. w-
,.., .J !Y .c : sum of 5482 ;, to i;:e',
i '' ; lilies al u iug o"ly to
;-;,' 11 2ia 'Ce of 2707 17 to th.-
S':'i;, 1_.,. '...!..n- o ,:" .-" .a d above "II! li.abiliti::;
j-:; .i; .''l :.nJ -2 t ..
.i'h t't.' t .: '.). of thet, balance? a surr
1.. *' :- pri ateto l pa irng of'
,.; ^ ;--i i ,, . ",, .' .' i ; i, 'bj. ,.,:- t. z '. 'od o,'o.
j 1) ', f' 1t PI ) an *
I To i' A-.: c..'-: I *'.e rc -he .ear 1S80-1 i
.- .T- ;"- r E. im ate.. E npen-
;, ..'. ... i2 2 3";" 7 ,iI ut f.I ,., t e il[tter
J.. ... -- ; e q te RS
;-,. no, et '-. .ir e --a, L .t te o 5al o"i,.,ountt of
o a, ...:.a .,f provi, r-.7 a Ij' onal
S o- i 0: P.i M-' Pil.:' and Health
OM iocr n :, .' .c.' I ;! in:i coaild not pos;,ibly h',e
w m W: *' t;- 5 -. -" '. :' -2 -,ork vwerv. be, ,.;ui -it ontc-'
i p... u nx ; '. ; u most di nigence.
T' er -. iiu 4o! '500 seo diwn as posibl
i:.-:.. 'i ,e ir: un e-ctio witlh QuaraGuin-e pur-
poses .1 .ieL i! i- bopei titlee or n.:ihing will I..e
:PenlIed. .'iilh'r si -a of 500 was proposed
or : .wam ..i vic.e iIt year, but through the
a.'."y Oi GoD L 7it.r WA.' Lo piei.aic andi none o0 i4
was eSp -Qndd.
P ..l. Build..if Hamilt.?. n, 3
41h June, S:, ).
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eC ''. i' g ,e,:i.ou,;is .s (,' s. .-iees rendered by hi-.

::s a.- n th. Iramiliou Post Office, and
a:'- izg that iLr- amnouitlt shoutiM b.c paid to him
!i. _, i P' ,,i r '. o r.uu.- i:on Fund.
,A :he : e v r, i.'t o:f ,rhe regular work
o; t'e 0'o-t Oni.-.e ...' i n;- r do n3o think t 01
py ,e;it '.,r it would bh o proper charge against,
0 : : ,, ,._.. n"' t 'Hf.'x:--'.-. r..1 e r the ;nat-
teo to l,,-: co'ii.ti t ,h,1 th'- Legislature.
Pib ic Inili ings, l.. amilt.o ,
4th Ju-.', I:,Si.
(No. 10.)
Governor-a;'.i-Coi..,,anwder-; -Chief.
Th.b governorr -s the honor to i; fcri.t Jhjf Honor-
aiii House of .'\.-erby : lhU Iinferial Po~2-
O ie':, has made thro,!gh th. R"irbt. H .o) rable ."
S, -t,- art oi Sta..' ro! ,;te o i,.-, a (e!-0i1 toI.i.- --
imju! ,,-ed a sum o i;3 3 0 16, As ttb. aiuc, refaL i-
ing; du.e from th : Grve; iu re'~pect ot ex-
penses incurred by M,'. P. V. Turier, aud paid t'.
that gentleman by the Imperial Post, Ofice ia con
section with his visit to the e Islrtrnd' for the pur-
pose of inspecting the I'otial Eitabliihmeuts nujd
arr:ugaments of the Coli:uy,and advising Ihe C.:,o-
nial Government in framing new Postal LeiiAatiori.
The total amount paid by the Inp.-LtiAl Post Office
in connection with think service ha:i brea 5341 G
and of that amount the sum of 1.50 already voted
by the Colonial Legislature has SDeen reaiiLted to
England, and on ibe 2nd December last the Impe-
rial Post Office claimed the payinent oi the balance
of 3816/.
The Governor referred the claim ad all the
vouchers, receipts, &c., sent in sar.port of it for
examination to the Audit Board, a copy of whose
report, dated 3rd March, 1880, the Governor en-
closes for the information of the Honorable House.
It will be observed that the AudiL Board found
everything correct with the exception of two charge
one a sum of 25 charged by Mr. Turner for per-
sonal allowance for 25 days spent by him on board
the mail.ateamers, where his personal expenses were

included in the passage money which had already
been charged in full against the Colony-the other
a sum of 83 10,' charg'l by the Imperial Post
Office for 331 days pay ofa temporary substitute who
had been engaged to perform Mr. Turner's work
while that gentleman was employed on his mission
to these Islands.
The Governor forwardedl the ob.ervatieus of the
Audit Board to the Right Honorabl, the Secretary
of S!rie for the Colonies with a request that they
might, be commwunicUiCded to the anthoritives of thb
I ii-w ial P.-,st Office, r, i i he added to ibhe observa-
tiou. of the .Audit f: .,ird i o.n represeniation
that when he Imperi, Pot Office agreed to sen!
Mr. Turn. upon thiu srrice it hr.1 only' sipulate.:
for the piaymcnt of all travelling expenses and of A
p-'-.-,ot h:i ai.:'i, aunc of 1 a :ay to Mr. Tuiner him-
'R-li and bahd not imt.imnatd any intention to change
foi ihe payment of say temporary substitute.
in a niiespach N.). 21, dated 24th April, 1880,
the Rih Hono;iable the Secret ary of Siate for (he
C.JlGnie: enclosei for tue icifoirmanion and guidance
of the Governor copy c.f a cormnwunlietiou rceeivui
by th Colhuliai Depa:nm r. f'.m the Geaeral Posti
Oiice .2;e iP-*;i tI .-' Postea.ser GeneraV' dee:.3c:i3' ,
to w.vire the char, o, .' 3 10.' made for bte ex.
p'.-Loe of providiag a .'uh-i: itu'= for Mr. Turner .Jur-
iag hiK a tneue frowt Engdlnd-lut adding that. a.
reg.r.3. ? tr 'iing allowance of .! a day pjiid
to Mr. Tuiner wti'-. on bo-.rd sjip, it; had alw:ay3
'r-,a the Clstuai 'c.! h Post Offic Department i',
pa- .', p..r 40a:-i. n!loonc, io i : ofiers wh.n tr.-
elling on thE. publii.- servio'? d'-ir:ng the wbol timrri
., ."ir n-em'ir;'mnen, w"''ther on sho- -r -aflolt,
ani that Hi3 Lorr1d:hir. the Po, G -neri
I-,e '.idore rpatel'pd IhS.t :L' was. unable to conse i..
any d.dactionunder tbhrt head from theclaimir m-r.l
,.gnY' !b' Gov rnment, of Bermuda.
Ey this .u-rele:' of the claim of S3 10i ri,-
in respect of tr'.e co-t of payin'_. a substitute for Mr.
Turan r, the I. ;gir ai alain,:e of ,3'1 stated t. !;:,e
diuue from th C,:,oony to ihe' Imperiail Poet ONice..
b:s i-ee re,.uced to a sum of .300 316/, aud lb..L
sum the Gover nor' i,- n.r i-a.?. inst ucted. by "he
Ri..zht H n;.o:ahle ,hr, .e(,'elary of .t.e or tL C(.'
lonies tc lC.p'-e to the Legis'ature a- the amount.
to b, Vio 7d f r t'.-: icial. s -m r.i. -,f the cxp sEc.
in.crre fIr thb s.:rrc f the i ('l Coom:, by the Im-
perial Post Ottice.
Public Buil'lir s, Hamilton,
4[h June, L,80.
he Pill to .rnfir';,.' .eha t .r ',- -.
to 1 C :,i u cil M :.rg r, was reart .* .+.-.ond till,
con.i m tte,., th' iank for diurition fill- !'n I '; ,"
r.itrted, aJinrO:',d "mnl .--nire,1 to I ." egrI~ e .gsed.
hi'h- Hill to cCn'.irn tL Art to auth.-rise !L::
'Var ])epa.i nm.nt. to c:,riry oon \Vnrlil- -.x;,zri-
v 4id., &c., wasi r,.;.: 1 s.'con'd.1 ;rie aunfld ..:.:Init,,:1.
5'r. For:le in th, Chair.
T'";r Attorney Genernil .-jurLv1 that the ::-,ank ,.i
t,?e !ir-,k, ion be till.'d up '" 1S O."
D'l O ut.'-rhri, o::- .o e,! thit it. b i, -ll :1 '- .3
-whieh wa.s a'. birm d.
Ayes 14. Nar. 10.
The -Houe r'sum:i.1.
The Ch-,'irrnan r.'porf.p.i te-2 Bill wiih the blatk
filled up, and it w- alnptedl an.I o;'.ered to, be en-
Adjourned t-. MIon!,ay uc-7t.

Monday 6th June, 1 S',".-The Attorney Genet nl
presented a Petition from Colonel E. C. Gordon,
,C.i.E., praying to be refunded the duty paid !,,y
his Agent on the imporrrion of t.wo hqirse for himl
as mo.unte'. coffi:. r-for reasons set forth in ihe
The Bill to regulate the sale of Wine, Spirits and
.ai;i Liquor. wran read : 2nd lime and committed.
Mr. Wilkinson in (he Chair.
The .'ttcrnc-y Gereral mored the lot Clause--
".greed io.
Ciatues. 2 and 3 agreed to.
The Attorney General move'! the 4th Clause.
?.'. .'li'idleton .ov.d ,o strike out the 4th Clause
:nd J .ubsil.t' t ..p following .
M" Aft' (the pr:. -ir. of this Act, it bha'ill :ot, be
f,,'Il for sny pes.r. to r-?i ,or bnrr,'r any spiwin;-
o,i Liq ors. "' Ie-, Cordia!s or Mal', 0i'hyi. -u .
Liern:e un,!er his .\A t, or a Lienrsj ; t.,-,', ;-. '' 1.;,- -
f.' e the pa::i of tf.'i Act, under Lhe Acts 2L-.e'by
po, le,' or soat nn' ono t ?'"e.-"."
RM' 'O-'a.:er t. .ied' K tc p!r- *; .i M h s. no n.: (..
'Y' LQi'.ioIr -suld'L_ MI!: in, b s less quanthies than
a {,'a b, .').'.'e wiL h..,ut. u, Liic'.:nr'-\-whicb was le^ -
ti ,'",l.
"-L.y0--,Me 3! S C o' pF ? 1 .',,,er. PF
'7 1, 4N 1 D r,:i;, l' F:a- --. I a .... ..
W ,; '1% *".', W 1R P,':-.,stVa, ,J N Sm1ih.
N .y 1G-.: i.. S -.; k ::',T N Dilli ..J Fiih,
.1' J P i"4, J F.:.!". S nr'y, E H G.'lini.. .A
Ei,-r : v, S .!. M u ,c-:s, '' D :'li,h_,'ou, T A Out'r-
bridg.', P C Oite'ibrid?'", A. M Onidney, C Peniston,
F Tneker, R Tn.'?s.
Mr. jMiddlcton',s motion was neative'1.
Ayes3. Nays 22.
Th: ori iali Claiuse was carried.
A:yes 1i Nays 10.
Claue- 5, *,, 7. 8., .i, agreed to.
The House resumedi.
The C(hl:irman reported progress and obtained
iave to sit again.
The flowing -.Issages from Riis Excel..Icy the
Governor :-
(No. 11
lMa' i -General,
Co',.: / no .tnd' Colm an'i.,,.r-ia- i-' eif.
The -,.Go':ernor has the honor t, fiorwa'1 ifor te

information of the HonorbI- Houe of A.senirlv! a
copy of the Blue Book for the year 1S79.
Public Buildings, Hauiilton, .
7th June, 19 :".
(No. 12.);
R. M. L, iFFAN,
M. ajir-General,
(over.hor 'am' Cominv'er-ta-CdLiet.
Thr. Gonrc-nor hp,. the, honor to make it kLnovwn
the Honoriabl,? House :c. AsA';mb!ly, that there is r,
sui! -if S now in the Colonial Preasury, which
'v.,. paid in by mistake and which belonged to the
estate of the late Dr. Hunter, Health Officer at St.
(por:-e'f, and the Governor suggests that legal
authority .'iould b .ir;v;n to the Honorable PE-ceiv.r
.bne,,,r l,! i', ity that. sum to Dr. I-i'nter's re' ,e, eni-

Ph: s riepyment. was claimed by the late Dr.
Hi.nter I s s'j-,t time before his death, but having
once be,-,n paid into te Public Treasury it.
"ouild not. l.e p- i. o'ut. again without Legislative
The Governcu.r encloses copies of two certificates
from :.'.H .[SSmith, Esqr., assistant ReceiverGeneral,
and from the Honorable James Tucker, Receiver
General, showing that the money was really Ihe
property or the late Dr. Hunter-that it was paid
into the Treasury by mistake-and that it till re-
mains in the Colonial Treasury.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
7th June, 1880. .
The Bill to amend the Wreck Inquiry Act, 1S50,
was read a 2nd time and committed.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
Tiae Bill was agreed to.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill, and itwasadop-
ted and ordered to be engrossed.
The House resolved itself into a Committee of
the whole House to consider the Message of His
Excellency the Governor, No. 10, relating to the
expenses of Mr. Turner, Post Offioe Inspector, &c.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.

The Attorney General moved that it be recom.
mended to the 'House to make provision for the
payment of the lalance of the expenses incurred hy
Mr. Turner, Pc:, Office Insp.eet,.r, on his vial, of
inspection to lth's- ]D!nri,-which was agreed to.
'1'i' House re, 'Li'd i-ati.I! viople.i he resoluti...n
of the Committee.
The Attorney -':- at! inrr,due-,1 a Resolve pro-
v ina fori the p.. ea of Mr. Tu :. r's expen'.-s
& e hicb wh !. 1 a- arift i.-.
M r. Cooper m..',, tb a "ai.?-sa 2 i e ,,-?n t,1 ij,
E(ce!lency tbe Gv.r .r rctlie-'Ii? 1ia 1 Hi- Lx-
S -.. : y V i. : ; .- ., 0 Ito Jur tie H oise rt
Ass.'nm bly wii i,- ; ''ict.: el ..i zy 'o the e-. n-
S. curredi by :. i '. i' I'uirn r i u nmg his r -'cent
i s!p,.tiou r lu iL -' t ")i.,: t !:s. <:,,.any- which
*w> ,:s i..;:-r ee t 1,d ;.'ti.1 rf :." d ; '," .. .n r.
Tie [-I u e i :..L ii. .: i i Icoemitaitee ,

the wi'.A House .0 .:,0..idr b the .Jo,-cern).)r's Me.s-
.Ye. No. 3, relati-. t hl]e re, i of dWi,,s paid ,.n
c-;'.ain l\V ine 'or .:, :'i H : Terror.
:. ., i- '.. ', Mhe ,"b..! .
''...P A. o i[1'r '-rn _* .s .',.'; -^ i i r ..,:< -
m en .ie t.: to i e Hi o -.i,.;, ii "., .i ,'; l '(I ;,. -
-ir'. an.d t.; : ,aidi b. .IL- \,.'ardroi'.Y
Offlic, of H. M T.eLno: "' n tfvc nc'-a-.ins 'if
her i 'eying 'ec, ..i. 'ion.., im; the y-.ic 1 -77 ana in
the? yar ISPr0--'.I'Chi a a:;r ed to.
', be ,lore resIme a : H.!.'0( the resolution
of rhe :'TO .1tido,.
",e .. r ;r rt j- irn- r ,' t -,i ; )',-soive for
S.,.. ;- iu ; =., "e iby ; S rs uf H.M,
S r.',t- ;biL .;3 i-ad ilt t.i e.
.'li.-. rried o W .-.'.u .u.j. .-..

-(_':1 .'' o n'-I f xr1 .'."-2 t'ii g -:
L '!" r Li. en. e Bill.
k-f ? refund o.: r Furn:?r elxprrc-
H ,I-.;iron A ,c:. ,- !'.:' ouing BI!,
Vi'ee. Inrquir, .

LONDON, M.:y -'8.--Ilu the H.use o i Commons
'--'t.,!:,v P '., ii r (;!. .-', L,. .'Tii;.-._ ,.:, M r. C i'h ;!ii
(C' native', -' li d LO ret.rat t the, epithet
it e" vhif', h-- ,_,p di.-.l 4 ;tbe- Aun lo-Tiirlki'-h
C',uv( 'nto iin Iii. .;., i.'..'.i spe"c bi.ut ait was not
neeo.-'iry for b 1!,:, v> ii'"ver ,' ,.pinion. to rep-aft
,, 1. .. .. .. ,n t free in re ard
t tlhe Coee(IbtLJ)
:- e D ;': .. D ,.. L .,.. -U'.,-
e _, D _.p ut.. ii :, I. La',. -ch,-:e (L i:.
1.. b ,.u 'l i. ,: n : I e e"
tc ii'T s Ce;,t' 21 1- d l: .. a r i : ei led.
LOND .IN, a 'I-' .. ,-T .* / 1.'".,I'.r. .,: a-i 'aCh', etlom
C' i,,is.ta.tin,)o !,: ... :.,... '. ,_.i,l ir'n -, i h e pui..
iWhiesut t'et ..... ', E .:.j...:.--.ff a. u;. i aned thlie
.-ertlem en.t ,:,! out.- ari...n: ** q.i.'i. H .',s.
The ,Jourol .1. S'. reers.vrg ,sy the 'iSth of
JC:.-- !:." be fix .. r 1.- h uoe- '. f e e of
rh .- ,uppllh 't Ir- .",f" O:- .. u Be: 'ti.

Thie' bill p.roi'. .i- 'd in ie Qn.ce.:i' .I ',ech IL W mUitirng
te burial it di.-E "'. i .-i. e,~' i b'ed U b ch
grvce yards awd c .-l.;,~ ;-i itfh,.ut Lth' Cihurch of
Engln.t1o s'ryic wva. b r*.:'j' ahI) tL'e Hil se.O 'f Corn-
m'n.:. F idavy.
The thee Mu~ih.t.: r ir.. <-erged '.'ith the
recent aith- pit;:1d a. ...-,t.,Ia io:2 and robbery I i M r.
,ur',i-..' :. au. E i't.irbh ,.,t.i ,.c,, L :? ,n tril-d jud
Ise',te.'ced.,--two t, ;'tean yeau: and the otber to
seven y.air ls pena .? i vt.tdo.
The M aneh.'es er ",.,'r!'a.u p' blisb.':. a c.uc;iliat-
trwivy I-aingT arrieee .,; .Le tfi"!,?;'ii:-,l quieistioE The
writer i.. ''It at a;' Ppprebets ive that. the dip!omai ic
co:rrsipoin envuce o tL 2,.i.-.:i: ,*'ill en.l in anything
but an un icatile u: ,-ii -erati.dai .
The fourth iusht "' boat fr.m: til: i,',undered Cape
Steiumer Ameri ".u lh.i, a ; Madeira. The filth
!S stat mistjinu.
Fredtr;eck Shna:.p .1 L.,uaioJ e,.ck Iand share bro.
ti'r"i. !', ';. r i tt :' ": h',i' ,' ".- 1. -,w'v t" r ,iii :, ;h"' in the
A.i)er, -,1 d, .'E:,: .,t L,' t.. 'k EI c 'Ech n e.
E ii.-htee;n ', ,.,.:" ~f. ,:. ,., .'i :t. itIufei .--d T re.

i ." .
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Th' -P I t.) : w,'! : vw the r.-i'-S
_i't ailW P i:; -,! the- ::-K u.-Jir.,', ii et -rn ., E .' ,-I.1
',h,,.:h i;: K l. -di e ... h .i,.' ,:r tIf B ri ilb '.u d
ir<,". 'U I"oli] : rreia li,,
Thi'? r..nch. G e-i"i,-'.ti I; '* ;. : o.- Eir,-,l ti o a nnul
'h.' ,-M t ,i.- P ari .... < .. '.u.',U l."i (;iiu iin. the
Pr,.ct. ,t Ptlice i,..r bi 3'Ein '.i b regarJ to the
C*'-,unn nist denoi.- '.,'tir'.i .
LONbON. May 9.--In the Ho.)u.-.:E ot Lord,, to-
'_,;C. t E .'l r Gran i!! i iu r-':',. tio n inquiy fc'Im L.w'd
Str*'tthelen. stated tbhit the a'rr.In)ImeIt- tio' The
firt- >ep. o th, i' ,r '..i E t. pro iU; upo ,u t h P t e le
.,-"rrorl'ian e' of it.:. ,bhli'a: i ,; i '.',rw'r'- :', nea!l, ,-i' -
el .'ie'_ thia t he I'i. l -1 [ u'tl" l I.v f 1,,tlj, ir. hr : -f,,'e
th'- FH oite. ITnlti thvi b.' .'i,i, it w;,i i .i'ov v.-ui *ut
t,, .'iT,? fiirther info!"m ati,...
LONDON M.,y *9- G- &,.: disl;.,tch t, the
7",:'. ? v.-' : "A di.f':.''f" ;"r..y uni,.,rr. di, n] . ) the
.2.nt *c.ri.n 7 ]( St -, .i.r m,!! .: i ..;. b!
t i e ,.:"'I rtp .-i'ri !.: i',' i;-' I .. i' n II
trh p: ,_ ..if it .' ':-' th'- (, .l;';:2 ,, is .iOf l, 1S
w -it.' .-" t ti '.. adIy q' 2" .: [y
t "ic : ii, h,'2, ,'!i re t.1 the v r,.,' a r-
,. *',;--- .;u ] o n (*'r' ^ -'.:;. *w !r]a'',r t," 1i:'ev,:nit. -
t !- ii' w:FI, the ,e-l ,., ^ ,. .-..! f. :" .it e, i '-,c !.:psi,g.
It '.,rs ti),,ught, h,:,iw.ev.r r, th .t a ,, grauite wall six
le- t!,i,:k ,vo, id .-':;.. .-r: th- .. 'ertie:u.::bn, m ass

of whiit -t.',i' l, 1u,. k- ', lp hl i.t l)per atuaently open.
A " i .i th!s -k ... bh oi t -.-; finii'h'd hut.
it i b,-ji. to i:, .-' w Vi y .i;1 th.- e i 'I-eers art: at
t!.-' 'it; f' lit ] hov, t. :>' -r,.!rfn kb." itiI',ult. _i
tln opi i n At 4 the -..''i, t el "ie toiiin.1 Iit 'an I) e
,. r'2'i,, only h; ': :ii r L .r a ,- ,:.' 'rr -.: a< t:., ,2t
rouuJd the white .t 'to e -te. :! ,t 2-.i .: through ;t
'' ia :v..v i!!. in\Iv,:V th '.1 Iti,'. .,:, '.c etrc <'t
th; et p-:1r ft heit t I .: i.: :.'ch i-; ,b, ,.hb:hly, it
w-ill i .t- r ,ie '.ly f-.r t r.I+, -.' il li;- iw i- fin ed tor
the (ompll.,eti-n of i. i- '.; ;Atl :ilijl cip:n h --Iwo yeal r
.:'./,,]t ," r :'ro %.';, ..... i,'.7.' .* '.--- L OND : -N, M ,I
*9 ". I .- ;. ." l,:' "h.:. !;'.? -t,: ,'d ,
S .' r i I. ti. ii i _' -
tb i, :,w. T'ie cr-[p i i h lt-.It y and -.:! ?..i ;, i .
Ari nor n-::'l ar.-a Ibeei .:,w i il ,i '--, whLili
comL .i;a i -ll : ,ev .. -.? 14, i. i ,-1 xtele -irely
IuI d, A l tif it is hp-',d ;b:h t the elop :'. :1 be sound
and plenlitiful.
T]ie FS,'.hrie, Qo,: /;o.-~LIVERPOOL, M,:;, 29.--
The L.'-iA.'n curre' n,,.,?ii!Ed t f th Live.-rpon l .7 er
says Hon -.T.ines Ri-hell L-iwl. the American
Mill.ster to Englast'd, has receive-l :iutr.tictioEi or
advice: from Secretary Evarts re&;ive t.-, the fish-
erit-, question ofI a iiu ci more amic:able character
thin he r,-pEorts r/'',:it'd ro' Coi' gres--.
Ti, e P'.litical 5'.-tion in Fr..nce.-LONDON,
May 29.-The c,:.rrespooudenrt of the Times
says --" The political shi) seems clearingt up. The
great Ilabur strike in the prnvinc.i are ended The
CoU.mItUnit: demonstration h..,a been al:andoned by'
all but a hindfull ot famnatics, and the attack in tbhe
Chtimbvr of Deputies in the Prefect ot Pulice mus-
tered only thirty-one votes."
The Albaman Le-.gye.-RAGUSA, May 29.-Re-
garding the decision of the chief of the Albaniau
League to proceed against the Montegrins, it is an-
nouuned that the Musaeomnen party in the League
was opposed to takiug the odensive against the
Monteuegrins, which course was favored by the

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