Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00024
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Tuesday, 8/h June, 1880) -P.-nnn.ut to 'ljoi. 1
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Fccs, C'hiei Ju ",
PrTident.,
The Hlonorabie A. J. Mus,9.
Win. H. CGO,.ing;,
Jami- IH. Trimin;cban,,
Eu:;ni nr HIrroy .
JaLe-s Tuck:, R.:c. Ccnl.,
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Colonel E. C. Gordon, .R.E.
The following Messiges l(oin Hio Excellcei.cyI toe
Governor were delivered by lb..' <'oiniir "c..:-
tary :-
(No. 10.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Alajor-Oenera ,
Governor and Com'rand.r-i.-C,. .
The Goveinor ha- thh honor to mn,:,c I iiiCk.- I
the Honoralii ilhe Ler'islatir-- ',. .'ii t bh r" f
a sum of 8 now in ihur P.-.U o l re':-4,spi ,, c'! '
was paid in 1Yv inistr -: and ,vi'icnb .c... ;o .
estate of the ii.e Di i, n:-r, Om,c.r- nat .
George's, and the G'r- f..; r pv.:-'.ea.ls his L i.;o i
authority should bL w ver, to ,.,I N.i; ;.o:nlfd .c'a- ._r
General to pay that sum to D: 1 n,s n : p rop,. ,
talives.
This repayment was clai ih h; (? !,,, !..
Hunter a short tire before bis ii.a ', i,Lt bai vi:
once been paid into the -'ulice rrf--,'ury L
could not. be palW out, agaih tvilout Lgil-i;:
sanction.
The Governor ',-nvlo&eo cap': or t-; certifica.
from C. H. f it h, E" qr ,. i : R iet' O ncii
and from tl. Ih ioi, J'I : luc:' -, .'.
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property o Le 14t 1,. J' --- h ,,it. j:, j." '
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mains in the Coi-:.nial Trc.o;iry.
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7thi June, 1880.


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R. M. LAFFAN, Jr: C 'i .. ,r..
MIajor-General, PL,... L'. ,,.', .rpo; ,
Governor-and-Cwommander-in.-Clhief. 7!h) ,.', ..
The Governor has the bonor to iwri.:;fn the Il],,I.-r-
able the Legislnaire Council ti. 1 tH., Imr'riali 'P (N, 4 ,
Office has made, through the Rjigbt Hcnorrable h- i.. L.'., N.
Secretary of State for the C('loniv., a clahir to be e- -.".',' -nh. al.
imbtireed a sum of 1 0 16; ~' the h'o .n ..'? itii- Gf:.trn- o ., ....'ea C 'i r' in-Cil./.
ing due from thi Go'.rnmn t sp.n ispe:.ct of ex- q i v.,- 'jov.:,Oor h he honor ;:, fo-ward to the
pehses incurred by Mrh. P. V. urner, and paid to, IloIu:l..-In Hou os ." Asembly irt account (.f tL<
thaL gentleman by the imperial P,st Ofli,.e in ,0e..- E.:,i.L u: of .he Powder Fund for the V.aI
section with his islit to Ihe.se Islands 'or the pur- 1879.
pose of inspecting the P'ostal Establi.bmnents und Pul.ich.ib lini s !i m'!ton,
artangementsof Ibis Colony, and advising the Colo- 7th June, 1 St )
nial Government in Irauinig new Postal Le :.ihation. I h, P il to 'ic 'lat' L,,: t S-. o i p
The total amount paid by the Imnpurial Post Office 'n, L..Irr, -a t.ain 9 i co m it l ed.
in connection with this service has befij 534 6O/, ran .. i r, ws air.
and of that amount the sum of 150 already voted '. Wil s 1'he 7,ir2)- .-,
by the Colonial Legislaturt,, has been iieirted to j, hI' 1011, 12 lS 1, l ', I 1 It u,
aore.d to.
England, and on the 2nd December laSt the impe- het'torney Geoeal moved the 21st Clause.
rial Post Office claimed the pavnint 01 the balance ed bst 3l us
oft3846/. D., OutcrbriO !e moved 10 tosusitj ate (l: da;s'
or 60 days ii that, LI. Iause-which was affirm, d
The Governor referred the claim and all Lu,, IC, Nays 7.
vouchers, receipts, &c., seat in support ofe t for Tr,, (_jaue I a uuinded wa? ihen agreed to.
examination to the Audit Board, a copy of whose Clause,-22, 2:3, -, 25, 26, 27, agreed to.
report, dated 3rd March, 1880. the Governor en- rTh,, 281h !'usc was ov' d.
closes for the information of the PHonor:ble House. P11. rd.idieto, moved that tW.- Wd "oher than
It will be observed that the Audit Board found persc-n2 hull3riig a Lic-rnse of the class A'" Le struck
everything correct with tbe exception of twocharges out.-wisich was arr2hea.
-one a sum of 265 charged by Mr. TIurner for per- .Avs 12--.er.-s. C Bell, F M Cooper, 'i' "
sonal allowance for 25 days spent by him on board Dill, R D Fraser, WV J FritL, J Frich, Fowie,
the mail steamers, where his personal expenses were S s Harey, T D ?.id1dleton, A M Oulorv, "
included in the passage money which had already Peuistcn, C Peniston.
been charged in lull against the Colony-the other Nays 9-Messis. Speaker, R J P Darrcell, -3 B
a sum of 8310i -charged by the Imperial Post Gray, E H (o!ong,1 I! H Gilbert, C C Keane, T .
Office for.384 days pay ofa temporary substitute who Ouierbridge, T F JTucLer, J N Smith.
had 'been engaged to perform Mr. Turner's work Cl.uses 29, 30, 1, 3-2,' aree"' to
while thatgentleman was employed on his mission The Attorney general moved that the duraion
to these Islands. be to rho ea i, CMot ,l I.
The Governor forwarded Ibe obsetvrations of the Dr. Outerbrido: morvethat it be to the end of
Audit Board to the Right Honorable Ihe Sacretary lb5-which ,,a. affirmed.
of State for the Colonies with a request (ihat they A.yes 1' Nays '3.
might be communicated to the authorities ot the T''c-. s,'Acal Schedules were ag3e-d ta.
Imperial Post Office, and 'be ,,dded, to the observa- i .,- I,,use rwed.:Ue,.1
tions of the Audit Board hi.,owa eicpreepnialion '1t.' :t:. -.: tp Bill, n" d I ..
that when the ImperiniP. Of-ic. re o ud 't t t "- i'u'- ....
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Mir. Turner upon this etvic, it i had only sMipulated .. 'e -..u -"tiL7 -tY u-' d
for the payment oi all t';'.elling expo'sas anad o c. if a on r a.-Jng Liqu.s Liceons. Blil, to adi irn
.personal allowance ol 1 a da.y to i'. Tuflinet him- the L. Cif:,.i, a.ler 'h .woid. '" eo i'ina! Lo!..,
self and bad not intimated aty Iutention o0 charge of tibe License, th. ,iord, and paying to thbe Jus-
for the payment of an.y temporary substitute. tice1 or J uStico a fi e : f
In a Despatch No. 21, dte 24t April, 1880, Th or ayig certain ep.u,.ti iuiut'.rei
the Right Honorable the Secr,,eteLt vof State for the by the .hst UfficeC Ise.ctr, &e., wi e:t l secon.a
Colonies enclosed for tbe information and guidance time.
of the Governor copy cf a cotmuwiecation received Th.. .-ivornev Oenernl moved that itI h) c.ommit-
by the Colonial Depait.nent iomn the Geneial Post, lcd --I;Ih'h w as -' d to.
Oif onveying the Postoms.,i General's decision id Ci;rer ov.i ht 'le- Accrunts for this
to waive the change ot N3 10i made for the ex- service 1e ,le o cons tijeed in Committ.:e -- vhich
pense of providing a 'lubstituie ior Mr. Furer dur- wa3 agree to.
Ing his absence hor Englan--b,,.'t.t Ar1dting that us iThe i.ole i and Acco jnts were ,uownitted.
regards the travelling al.,,v:'.ince of 1 a day paid Miy. ?. Peniston in the ,.bJair
to Mr. Turner while on ba.,d hip, it had alwa-ys T'', Resole was ,gr,1 to awl the blank fil
been the custom (.o the Pui. 'jniI:i. p;.pIaitment to up ;3i'0 .j if
pay the per diem allowance tLo i A, ticer. when tra- Tiae Hon--.. ciesuied ,- ond adopted the Resolve
vefling on the public set vice In'riIg tl,Ih, hole 1;,n and it wv i ,rjorei to oe e ngr& -el.
of their employment, hti heito o ihol, .; ,_,r i ljj, t, ,,- : 7 ,-.li;I., i : ICC,' t M. I;,
and that His Lord.-hip the Posumaster (G'renerat L,,-, ,e I Ie '.t .ks .
therefore regretted thul he w..i u ahei. 14) (-t 0joneat I t,'? ct: i..., h no the V,' d ;',-
any deduction undei that Lcrd irom ih, chaipu m- nde the Twn o i inilout' -'r can a .1 : ti. -
against the Government li tiertmic la.
By this surrendt'er of tLhe i cl.,iiu oi L U li cd0,' P:t" .i -'! A -,: 7 .
in respect of tbe coat, oi Ih,, g 1i a sub -tit r. h.L 0 Inqu y Ar 1', -- ida ,[ f ciA.'
Turner, the original b u:a.ce or ..,;s j 't.d i.,b b, passed.
due from the Colony to ir.,f- ilopti 1 ir'o;L Ur-eF, L.. -.
has been reduced to a suri .. ,,j that ',.i;,m,. e l ,) '.- li' ..
sum thi G-ovc-ruoi t s r .' ... I -, -' .--.- -. -
R ight I l, o !.no ,i- ho ,: ir: 1 .. e t( (. "" ,.
lonies to proposed o Ibae L ai.;ati,.s t. ILt.muuru F0 A I tiG i. _S 1 iI o
to be voted l t the itimbusi ;, nt of h ..e ,_fiC ,- ..
incurred ilo the sc.ric t'i u !a. ;, the I;- lI
perial Post O ttie. th .- i. '4 "-1
Public Bulildiung, Hcnmi .i t. i -. :. .;
.a. '4 / t r < ,,L t e d 1 4 1 '
.8- h Jue, .0. e ted 11 a
Adjourned to Frida a: t ..i. lit' ii ,t t, .,., '- u ,,. I'a ., .,. ., .,
1 .'80 i, .. .'iO 2o,," ..r' i :.. I, "r It'" ,,: x.-:II.,---'', :l s'
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Apply at "H oal GazeIte" telii,. : ,' 'F. '. C I L )
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7 NW 751 72 .30 '62(i Fine
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Hamiltoni June 15,. 1880

Colon _ld ..w( s O_..
,.',WlJ .Jr;',E, 1i'n.r,,. 1
IS Excell.ncv M1,i,,o G-,.%.Ial r0'
BERT M. LAFFA.., R. E.. K. C. M. G.,
having left Berm'udai oil leave, of abselie.?, the
Administration of the Gove-rnmenit ha.,. by
virtue of the instructions contained in th,:
Letters Patent constituting the Of:ice of Gov-
ernor of Bermuda, di.volved on
Colonel EdCwarid Cihar'les Acbesom.

Senior Officer for the time being, in command
of Her Mfajesty'. Ptegiuhir 'ro:ips, .to whoml
the Oaths of Offico hinvo this dlay i-w-n Julyr
adliiniisterod by HIis Honor the Chief JTusti:-.
E.B Comtlna. d,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.


C9n JUNF,, I1 80.
ITTIS EXCELLENTCY THE GOVERNOR,
l has lJ'en pleased to .-_offiriI tI,-. *ipl-,.it-
ment of
FREDERICK LENNOCKI GODET, ESQR.,,
As CLERK Of Her Maj,:st.y's Counc'il f,' these
Islands.
H? 1 '. 1,ri l /- '' I .i, t t
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 vlin,',' ,t' rr ,, iy.

CUSTOM lHOUE-HA MILTON.
ENTERED.
June 14-Mail Steamer Muri!l Giltoil, New York: as-
S.lrted cargo.-A (.nl4 Tr..ilt C ox.
C--.!.l.'hl:-nliiio Jcessi, P;i I v, L, ,n-,li'i ; ._,)ld f..r
Tiierclhants nd uiovei en I t i trl i .--A n .-.'l!1t, T JF .
Tucker.
OLFARED.
J ir, O- Maiil 3! .n r f'oriun'll,, ..Vii,>un, 1,. Yi'k ;
11903 hIs. ,,i.ot ,l ,.., :35'G ;'oxia i'I a 1d I. l. oiioAs,
10:: boxe. tomatnsal(, 1 liereo iumplpkins, 1I]) hidets, 1
ibl. tallow, I box ty pe, ibunidleC an .
1l-B.arque Eiiza Barss. 1olli-., New York.
1'2-larque Ravenseliffe, ELughlo., Delawaire Break-
watvtr.
CUSTOM HOUSE- ST OGEORGE.
ENTERED.
Jun;e 12-R.: M. Slm,..r Al.hi., C('owell, ralifrax;
English M.ail or 2"Ith Mlav, anid -'.d f:-.r merelianti.,
-Agent,'J. ?,1. lHa w'rd.
(f'LE.L FD.
June 12-1, 11. Sti-amuer Alpha, Ciorell. Jamaica;
Maili, &e.
14-Brist. He!,-n A, nioluies, Eldridge, Queeonstown;
iinward cnaro of sN.rilh rom Java.
P.i.- NGr.n. ARRIVED.T
In $ie -ova ail tai af('t r .-ilhd trom Halifax:-
,vyil. C. Penny. Naval Chaplain, Mri Penny, Miss
Outniny, Lienta. i;olydeno, 99tlhi Fgt. and Mi. A. VW.
lIuck.-2nd Calbin, Mr. and Mrs. Sellick and child.
In the Sleamer .!i', 7 t'roi New York, on Sunday
last :-Mrs. Mary Fold, Miss Ida E. Moore, Dr. E. C.
Wilkin:ln, Messrs. Y-. S. Atwov.d and 13. BIerrend'lu,.
PASSENoERS 'SAILED,
In the Mail Steamer L',. 'ril, on T'hursday last fox
New York: fis E..cellenyev Sir lRobeft Michael Latrian
K.C.M.G., lP.E., Governor and < ommiander-in-ChlieJ
of the Bermudas, Mrs. and Mirs Muuroe, Rev. C. P. K.
Coomnbe, Rev. Dr. Abercrombie, Rev. Mr. Gregrson
Cla plaiu to the Forces, Mrs. Greg.sou. Mr. and Mrs
A. J. Ramnsey, Mabel and Painner liameey, Mr. and
Nrs. F. Plante, child & male sevant. Mr. & Mrs. E
B. Burnap, Messrs. H. F. Conyers, Jnr.. HI. Ezekiel,
W. C. ,tone.-Scund 'a<(,., John Simuons. Fran,
' Rosa, Joseph Rat:ery 2 chiIdirein, Mr.s. S;.''IL!["l Trott
Laura Tro tt.--St'..ry,, (Jnlhcraft. DAc', Jamneo
Do lman.
In the Royal liaill S(eanmer AlJht,, I'roni Halifaix P14
,J niain ia:--Mr. L.eiier, ;in,.l wife, Mr. T. L. 'lntlit.
From Bermuda, Mr. Win. lridges.-D'ck-Diavid Siin.
tnnli.ti, A. W illians, II. Duihneai.
E.rc/lsi'ir heiice at New, York on the 61.h inst. and t
its ve f'or _P-:i.r u'ai toh-day.
T. if. A. Pitt, loaves to-day ftor Demnierara.

NO TRACE OF THlE ATAILANTA.'


It. .M. S. Blanche," Captaii Knowles,. at-
tached to Admiral Sir Leopold Mc.'linitociks North
American and West Indian Squadron, arrived Iron
sia yv(terda y alli noon, after a ihrieo week's search
fr Othe training lI ip Atahunft. The Blanche lef
.iT-cri,,l ii nearly lour weeks. iln., and has s4icn:0 iMade
:i s:cn.iivl in all directions that lihe training Ahip wa
liKiI-ly to lave ta-ken, or beino driven, but tailed tI
fi I ilit. sl ightest'traco of the ill-fated vessel. Ther,
is ntow ino rL!si'nal t. ronl! to hope thalLi anyvlning %wil
S-'>6-r b, lihard of the At!dlanti or any of the ihree
hundin d hiinasn hb in-, il, at pinilr d F lilro i ih-'iri!i!:
i i n ir !Ji'"'ix'lerrlil(, June 7.
. _' - '
for the I,',,l Gat:. t
THIE SWEET SCENTED "ONJON."
How dear to my heart are the scenes of Bermuda,
\\ In-u fon:d i. collecti-.n.s '-r'L-ent thIn-u tq view,
The rosy 'Tomato, the bright eiie.i Potatoe,,
The teair drawing Oni,_n which flavo!- he stew
That jolly round Onioin,
That silver kinn,.1d Onion,
T to sweet scented Oni-.,n whieh gr( w in thc Ille.
How swout from tlie hot frying-pan to receive it,,
As poi.sd on the fork it in, li~-d t-., my lip-
Not a full -sati- din:ier .-'jnlJC Miunt me to leave ii
Tlhcush coupled with ne-al.rt tha.. Jupiter sips:
liThIa( i jlly t:i:'int1 Oniom,
'i'hat silver skiunt-d Oion,
The sweet scented Onion wlhii-h grew inthe Isle.
And now far reinoved from that Io-ved situation,
Tears of regret will intr it-ely fnow ;
As fancy r -vei t. t_ ki-.rmiuda PhtntationU .
And sighs fo. thI: Onio. wbh6revt we go:
lr.at jolly rounitid Oi,.Jim,
rfThat riLve-r skni,-td Oi.ion,
The sweet sc(,nted Onioni which 4rov in the. Isle.
W .Vittelt t- n _. i t ; ,, i a l. lt}
lb jiisL t inf-re r 'i,, i.i,-. t-w "Y ,rk--- .Slige't
by a t.welve; 'liv': :ni irun in tl he .'" O. ''oiutry.
.7. W. S.


DEPAPTTTI'E OF IT-i ..1XCC'LLL:- ;-,
t:'L_;kTA MI.'IIAEL L.'FFAN, 1....'.1, :
'1_'., ON LE iE.

the Dnr-k.^ -'! ':l t1i -> i ?u L -u .chi
the- M1il, S.-nm ierL i.s', nr-d i'n Gre-
T.tv at 1-20 p.m.. which i ,:'.-,-t. iunr atr2 I:y ..'.-
..i na hlrc voiage to New YA'"k Hi it'-
,-.l.ur gwe.. to EnDu'gland on A,'io mntll!0e 't.
whi h hanq be:?n -Tll car'ued iu, his 3, '..Tr3 ,:n
as-c--dit-,- apt:plir.tion ti., tohe duties of i ofis:-.
is.O \nt'iOr. anlid a Coariniandepr cf tLe fforn",
1in tlh 'ol.ony. Whoer His Ex:cl.ei.-y atriiie, hicr,..
in the Auttumn of I1-77, both bra-icln-o of the Legi-.
laturo were at a misuinjde.-ii;.tanda lc o t ,v-e'dral nsAt-
:.-, t%'5pej ilv ooverb the qui stion nofS team Coruini.
(FlatiUUon with Nrat' Y'.rk. lIe at '.. gV': -,i.' ailrn-
tion to the points in dispuie, the .'esult of which I
was his proposing the establishment of a Board oi
mWooks,, inlieuto the hurd "t .-df Roads, tto which wait
entrusted th.e supr;ri-.ion 'f thU:, New York Steamn
Contract. Thisi happy .in.lutinai p.ved th1 -way f''..r
tho even eotiaruse ot pil'iie buine-s.s, and restored a
harmony of action very desirable. His Exoellectey
paid mu-h deferonce to the- A-..mtbl whose rights
nud ppiividaog-s he uuifornly. respected veen 'whien
incliied to ask for stroug ligi~lative measures. To
thont<, who have at all w itch.-i the ,eourso of legis-
lation. it will. bc'nue,. sary to rv.fer to I-i, Extel-
-leunc ." ai yourt. i a'LL. S %i.' ti .-a -iy, at '
mad.- it b!:i di:y to .-l-i.y thel -.iLuti., vAr, fully
and, if ,'ny fault, a- will .dreIy b;u gre e ou
th.o.e who difT-red fro.'n I i int, chiop-n, e-':ii.-iod, it
w:v .,'s h* iuordiuate -pp!.hitt. tao o 'Al twt.i.rl:
an1d routniue. The Unositiou <-, fi t -_.,. w-s. iu -is.
r'.- O t.. inin) Ui' orna. i'nijt1! o n'an-r 1 e "of st ,',,.d- u5i.s
owU n .It,:f,-,rt and lh.-alth moro f.iliy, ha ivci.ul.l haive I
";*'i.:.xet his ..fW n Wrt.- :,ud jn..tiiuh :d t!,. p>-pt ..tl.v '.:.'i.
uta.C, of thee ,tulk.-s aiqpent.ijinii.' tfo hiM ) ,,,cit,.,.
Such was' not lis.- utural dI .osition. and we doubt
it'f ev. -r w5 a',vW- h.iUad r tICo'l-ernor vI'W1) has : 1tI
thr'ou.ghl ii.or local work with greater thornoug,:-
ness. We trust that his earned rest wil. hare, a
-.lutary iIi -.''.'. on n ii ri -on..t it.'.utonC,

COLONEL GORDON SW-RN IN Az ADMINi,.-
TRA TOll.
On Thurltsdaiy afternoon, at 4 o'1 lc-k, Colonel E. C..-
Gordon. C.R.E., came down n his carrji'ge acomplsz -
led byv rW. Gordon aInd Mi'is's Gowlrn to t, the C'oune.il
inaiin.e rr, her'- hn' w I-- ;.ei by ti1e n" i 'l ia3 ar i tha Utl
lee'm, li, w J 'L.di'.e nlt Ill mti o t i ot !lo t eh, ':,:b-,.. o," E.. '.
Cona c eAIl, Ihe A-I torz',, Gen O',nli ;nti_ -oani j c.jn i",-" -.. of
Ith., n r. i:;e rf A :'.wimbly. A ti'e,.rnni. havi :;i I- -en
coi' .-' ifr.ia t.a ..ie l ...it .... a tn, t ;,e 5 .'.acn i.ii, L'.t
,1, i.n. i *-> ;n ii iti E 'xe -!ncni' \' it. J i.-' ritn nii-.
...:rl:eo! h- i Ih.i"n ip .i,, y.l l.-,im i.ho liS Oit d if in''nuhin
jurisdiction, Colonel Gordon aldrtn'ald o thlv 'nbl.e ,a,d
th1i H t rtl, abile thlie Ciiif Just"', i' : e;. ,o n ,tA.ih n i .i '-
v-d iih' u.-ual ,*: ti Onl' ;i iiv ('ivilia ; were ,'.o J .-t.
it '.i'il iE ,..- ..'-v e l iv an otii-i'il nokite in n .jtil.-r
l.arl t is .;.:{t, thl t IH i- L,;:!,,, ,i-. n .' ht ini- G( i --"
i r v il :isi attlcni'n ti i: i 5 in. Ia ti;
1-.!1'1! B u llJhi'i: O M."' i Ol S .i .'. iV ii s.;.d:I), Io,:- .*"',:-;:
h ),,ii i ,ihli i. i ,n o'clock.

THE REVJ". C. F. K. COUMSEF.

The Rev. Mr. C.toube. Inte RMo..tor ,, Sunt ,.-
anoid t''outnsan'nltnnu Piarisl.es, left on TInhav.i',' .,,
in tlne Mail Stoamc-r Bernutda foi N-v IY:;ork-. H-A
r piartiure, ijJou,:h! ii ., Dulotly p:.ke'.-u kn an ,i t ,s tA'd, '.,
Wns r either --.lc :n t bat, .-,o t ;'.t -." 'p :'i .JiL c '
pItlesClnting Ihim wit. an adlii .(s wa. :uc.ivhal linli-;
ed-for not till Tuessday .veuiing l;.ISt, at a ItIurri-.!.-y
',>tnt.-In up in.-c.tin f l n(..l at th'- Ln..1i,'-.c I'' !, i .SO'.atl h
amptoa Puti:., did the ct becoiit genu;r:ily kun.>,ai
tbot ?.ir. Cnomi.-e wasg pnrsirnv,-.l '" L :- B)-,icrminla,
in Ic -.s thau two days,---f li. tli p.irpc-o o' s".';ekin-'
employmcut in that ueighboring extsen-ive vwe-tr:'n
io'ld iu wi' tro of hi sions lave already ,.. t '' i
At hoW&s fo.r themselve.-. To framr, and p'.-" '.Jt
fan i-ldre:.s wa3s all that could .-oemiuini b1 3 I, '-
lv ;i kill'i fi l.-ud.s of Sou, pt ,,ou within thei t i nu:-
limited, but they did something more, for with the
W oI .l -- tiey also prn'.-i::'it':d. tei-r .o-l 1. i-'t.r& v':: a.
pn-rse of l i, the .-.ientr nueotus oii't ig i oi...' !i.-:
many W 'lhtt,0t. ,its' a,.'Vit's..? ut rAepvly e- -ib-
join.
We m:ny here add that, an addr,..i- wai als.-a pie-
sented to Mr. Coombc by Mr. I'. 1Y P. eriur:-i !',
a-nster of the Public bSchool of Saunlys, originatiing
i: :.ims x with the chilihen, accompnird .;ith tlhe
S.u-ra of On,, Poruud Sterling', subscribed by them 'i
Skind remembrance eoi thLr oi 'r Pastor and
frii:ud'.s maniy kminduest.'s.
To TiO TE RED. C. P. Ii. CootuarE, LATE RECT-o2 OF
I ANDYS AiD Sotr'nLnrow, BERMPUDA
We, the undersigned Parishioner.s of Southanp,-
ton Parish, having learned that you will siooni leave
Sus to seek a new field of labor abiro:d, desire to con-
vey to you .some siucero expresson of our s.arrow
f at your intended departure, and of our earnest
wishes for your future welfare.
Many of us rera:-mber wc-ll when you ai-te]
First for a -hort period as Curate in our Parish, an,]
that soon a ter iu thl. year IS.'n6 you were appoint.
Sed Rector of the Parishes of ;a.udvs and South.
hamipt'n, which incumibtncye y,., b.n.eld. wit.hount in.
terr'iptiou until your '.usignatiu iu August, 1S77.,
\ \'We b,;t you will farc'-pt our he-nit'elt thauks for tih
zeal, patie-rt'-e, end'ur' :,n 'nd fidelity, you ,av,
" .hown it all t'.,ir ilui itr ti .rt i r- ,lflj u ,'n!i o,,ea
sions, for the consolation you have brought to ev..rj
- cottage in your cure : for your readiness to crit'
out, thI wish:-es if ainy, ii,.'i tie hi''ih,-ist to thi !I- iW.
o et, of tn'.-*r a rcing w.rom ye:,- Ia ho:\ id fti .it W
many act- cf _geucro.sity. rui e o;-';,:'.'.i-'titut iTxllin:c.
guess to break int.o) your ntndtiraten inci!io' t'l l0n-t;'v
c'h;rity iii 'pny qu.r't.:r.
W- e slhill ind,:he-,l mi.ss you. Yulr old and 'lAe'


tionate pari:ihimt i. of Southamnptin', oue and u-l
" unite iln wi,-.iuin, that what<'ver you do, aI
h wherever your d uti-,:- is ny n i,':,l Ivou, health itnu
n happiness, peace and prosperity, with ,OD's blessing
h may alway.-s atrt udni y',u.
"t Signatn..e, [hurcAi Wrdn.-.,


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V :-stry and it'ari.-'hin ? i rs. JI

I thank you very .-incerely. for the Addir:-s
which you have b--.n ,.-o ,d enoughl- to present t.-. inI
this evening, on my untenield d.'p..-ture from .i-
mudn. o 1
Although T f. r ibat yu, it v ha. ve .yxrt.--.'.. .
3 ourselves too feelinl-y with rcsp,.s-t to my minis-
tratit:ts amluun yeou tor nearly a t qtjuaI-r of a cen-
tury-yet it cannot but afford lIme s-,ome satis faction
to learn that my sr-'..,ices, ineini. :etr. 1:id unm worthy
"s they may have been,, are app[re,:-iaticd by n-u a.
not altog'-thme inu v.'in
F',nr yiunr kind and *v:,od wh U for my future
w-lfa-re, I dc.-sil to convey to yo.iu my -a't.-f.. l
thanks.
I am now about tu be :nar: t? I f:,om you, yet
J Umu as-ur' v:Iun, thnt. I -'!ll :.-. ', i in mind
lmy a sot .h: i ,-,f 1 ,itl i at i -i ld ii' Id :aitf,..-li-.nate Pa-
rishioner's of S,:,atlh:unpto:>,"-'n.d i bi.i'ling y' .
all farewell, I ftr-i- ntl- ptay t' nat tl.: iI .-.ii -.i f
GOD A.lmighty may ever Jr'- t on l.,u .. si .-our..
C('hTLErE P.1.-,Lr-. TKNIOc: COOMBE.
To the 'hIurch \-'ardius, Vestry ani Pari--hiiin-.
er,.. of SoutLamitonu, Berynml.
Southai!pion: Parish, Forninuda, i.' June, I 3'6

TI, Re. E. L. Penny, TI.A., and Mi-~ Penhny,
arrive: .i by the R., M. .Sir. Ali." oa 'ri-.'v last
fr,,m l alif x Ind Eugland. i- ac'suc-te'i- tel: RP-r.
C. H. Harbor B.A., asCl.aplaitn cf t.n'. Bo.kyard.
Thie R-i'. Mr. P. last served ou i.oatd H. M.. 8.
' Eidltiiin," .'it !IHuli!, atiL, str-ihcs to .-sy, makes
tlin' h 'ts i'>,'er i'.-r:n tihat .i.I r.._-vt _.- l in .i o.n am'-
p ,iiin u;-:,ir V .It 'i. Oti... i.'.. A. V. M -. rl r-
bord, 21 r-. Itarbv' iai l and i:iit:l.i t, lt.'vye hr iit
*' Lrtnula" fr' i New Y,:.rk nud n, uglttUld int Jo.une
2thi. They will b As' rau-hi and ,di'ervdly rcgrtted.


._ ; l.. .... ". ',_ 'in i l- ,Ti .'.- L .:.. t
in *;- t init'.,.a .i.' '. _i
q.

_, 1 I-' L ai' i;,SV J-V y ''"
"1.. .,. : ..; .) irii'x,..I te

it-
Vi' t. ',i',.g I,:, ;u 's t i.- j "._:', ,. v'.-; -,, t ,'' '_... [5
t: .::. st..:. ',ii.- ; s.:,:, i ',- in i ,j o 'in'd : n ii,'n u i -it rn. but 1
car' ,'l- ,.'..u Iu ;u l ni ut ,Uiv-:f h.tu l; t tc i' ,t h. tin ';ct at
h '.igh a t ritk-ic 4s; .i-ut irely, n.na .,'c1o i.r Jo Iett_. is
irnseif, hii-; it..n:arkr n'. !.-.ix: abot ;'uUy-'b'.;'T', rti1
o othm-.
Th pi eIi'-'"'- d. ",.h.'ti' .l .- be produced by th.e, '"
empuy .u.,:.r Mr. Rnlallt'. anageIn'l.-t w.-i
uly 'c."trorin'n- tp''misel--- t fo-.' 'n '' Oe-.-"
Sf, ,Th- .. n V ,.-u 'fd y .r 'f,&d B..-t-- 1i!. -
or". at I'ro.Spect ,-e. ".'niasy av c'The o cnde rful
Voman was o !lo-\Ted .- 'i:f Fir t Nih-li," a1t V
n Thurn.-ni,. l.,v P..-.tsv _Paler. '1
'[,e little BE 'T TneaL- e w-N w txpice full, and a Cal.- i
in l-'uIzev. R TE iA Pt n;(.' there -'O arran ;c!" .. -s
f tho? an x:t;.' an nd au.!itoriumn x.vre v-rv y ',-".-'. Ph..re m '
vas a go..! house at Prospect on We,'ldno'6.lay, uId
me we,".r- ,ai1 t.: find that the ot._ wr.'? prop!]ry -
:imrnitwe-id, and consequuently that rio o-tinsi,.n o>:
ace. T-.?ae wa_ :w., a mark-d impronemeut iun
he appearance of the stam'e. The boudoir of Ma- t
"'je, Beitraad, in whi.ih the Jirsi act of '" TI:
1n10 'a 1TA'Mu ''. H ne,- in .y-_d, 0 -a. ,a v ery pnn-tt '
'ena-', ui wVe hope Ehar. the muanageiUC.nt will y t
,-- ..:.s i,;ph': with o er, ti-: "e i -ne-wh. wo i:
w'-I a!.t.:t-t:-d da1d-- wi"h d.s.gtr'o7 thie effect if t
.rttrry drct.. TMY Ire-s.. -:.n thi- optiontion iwere

.i, i[tl pi-r-ii lsca on.a (.V. ti t, ...,. -1 ff -..ti oV. l -, a
. ... ,'u h':.- :..7 i- t', ...r 7t h1; 7r(- ..-
w r t' 1 t i. r- ;n ..'r -. ; o.f th!.e dreos's s
L0. F.in' r it atri .'i,!-,ir- p .. t i, p m. > rly w.I
:.;t. iip fln the -til', buit we may ha bee V -. i -. ; i 'a i n .:i' t .. ..- i.- tt,
"- A t-rf;Wi V -rtniu i a- Iirnt;-;.r, litti-
t'ra .a by D.in,.c, th,,, wr ier <,' mai ,"y pic.--. h^ :,r
r,:- gr",at "ria 'itt.-.s with am rteau'.. h, i, ,
? U;in ,s ;linC .u -unt. br i'. l.r q.- .. i"
.-..rni- tA i, th, -.tor- i.- tiht Th i \c- :t'y
rilow oet a 'n i,'ant "a; in: ..! .e,'r mi nl j. wo >u
l,.,.-; ; r- A-al (h'ct>.. h' c t'. h .-.. n -A .y u !. -

t I::. to a j'-i-P q .wi-i ,L ruli'_-2.d iv ext' ''-' a n e
.. be-rn .',-I: w-.. t, .a ]i n '4pa .Ny in r! -.v.
of im A 1 '. i.r.:' t n .- -, a. t.rn lv : 'bb -
_ v en t .a ,' '.o .. .,.Hi '.1o .ba,
h.ins t:. ..e l!n.m ':O iN o hvl I c-: tMel '

h ,sak adai it ".. L.- ale -of hii T:IL-u a 1ti tie, '
ic::Iir!" tIe aun"a r"il--.-a nce oba c to hin, a'nd
qMe-s to liv-: anid wrn'Tk within rte Cobhler, whose stall-
A th a- %ee-,'..; o t0-M- .Seava 01 ti- MbU-hi-
,t!.&'. D i('i a i ,'- ,.I .-' .i ^ v ul' o l v i' n2r
thit:- M-ari,,-
t-i ;-:. r-e _. i r 'Ft. on''i.t i.; u ,' }.rl }.'.+. ,1;
,.n ,,.ri .-..t '.-rkh~i, i. i ,,-:,i e.t l t b- llrl:-i .-.n t!, _:.
w rK o mend in e. rt.1- i' .t; d _siibse itie i:
'ii i. t in ,o il ntil l ,ho tih he ic a '
;' .h- i ani' si the-.:m I.'t, teri thi '-Inr.tins ti
i.:.i-ua ni'tor-an.'me, au.! rai.s. opp- n rtu i uiL y of let ,ang
Citc A .nit. .s : cr an kuutw n'' lw detostbi3e ij her
I. -.'e -' .: A ` ni-'. [;-intn-r,. P.C%..i-ih r, wn,- o ea IviIs
'i ...n.e'i ..- W i- : i m) h ea rac, f r i .-nk coi. -
i9'1 iiis;'if im ih (ttthe t -harms r f ih- r
ni-ce, n ..- '- i i .. ,l ,s-' ,.idr1ir,7ti t 1. n U o t' ,' ni. -
600onie N f ra' '-ni--n' into love -and in blt-ssed
FTh 1 n &''? 7t4 i, *"**" :'.:i *I,-e'y h "p M r'l,
M .r. is the :.i-'- ..,' 1-. k -. -a d a. l ted the p.i rt
,,laii:. 7 k-n',.io. n., ida i.-j she .'- siied either in
.r p t-. er urti"m e.rc ;.. i 't ,0 a !ierb : o .e doc-,
no'"t, i. r wid -:l .-n,.ii.- 'ro a no' ea dayW:i-; the,
Tlicl-- ,- h. -'u '- .- a .. : gro r.a prand-

Capk.I. 1.i'( n.jiv- ;1 d Fro. mt' nz t, thc'e -p.nd'.-
nlrit M pi t.% i-uilb r:s? and s ..icfricid. I in'lc e
to AtiN thAi hi. -ileru:'- wv bet-:-ir than it hn:a ever
i'Cf ,nf)e; :;i:i ii "i ttr.ine..s or rather- s'/frs-It.s '
.7a )iu-c mewhat Uiars hi ii-pttEjevatinti:-tb, but
as de Floutiung-a t6his wam ?-ear..:ey discernib!',
Rodolph. Mr, Wod, got sown clever actiug into
a pant whinh wa is ii-adly good -uoaghi for him, but
which he w-a.s Able to fill v.'-ry .leVacautly.
Cropi n as t iken by Ca!At. 11olt, was det'idelly tLhe
Lit 01 th. piece.- Wh. n we heard L-t Capt. Putzey,
to wn'h'-c lh. .AbarA-te" wuis fir-si ; i'hgred, b.rA
b-eu i ..-.bli t i o s ure i-r it in c,.n-squeuCi- e of d.'-
riuestic afflictor, we feared ui:-; lfor the success of
the Draina. but though doublee, CajpL Puze-y's
r'nmdering- .' the part would have been clever, as-all
Li-' actirug i. b-4 could ncr.t, have sarnpa.ssed, even if
to e "ualled 'at. pHelts delineation of the worthy

Mr. Kennedy, to Ceil'e, was very bright and at-
tractive, but tho character did not suit her am. well
as that. of Esther in Caste, nor the Washer woman
in Betsy Baker: trancee that sheshould &n well
n.attimiltt- two au. h cc.utrr..ting *:-inor&ctettrs without
esxaeitly hitting off Ce. ile's, which 1ie(s between tine
twe.
We wi.r l. a.:d to :w,-I a new face, and a good
looking, ofne t..c, in the pa-t '..f the dandified M1le.-
fin-r .- i' Maje.sty'c C(hamberlain graced thie
.4 Fcain.. i rti.'. r';l what hie hlitd to satiy wi t good
*eiti. '-int 1i; -rii.c -' 'siring--his tones were -,
R: oll( too en.l t1,i o. but se. Csa t ('lin pn t'e at.' be'.nt-
;n-:'.h to' t tIn fioot lights ln, till find nin -
9i 1-e tht'ud wiel. Wii e .,oubt fortn a great ap.:essiun to
tit' Cji, up.-iiy. ':ha e-:-' l-l-'c rire'e hid h, ie d -, hAI
li II studi -i !, re. lne of prom p h ding ne-u d its .-
te'iln course.
Tie chrarcters in Elt.,y w ad r- .otere taken byf
!i\h. Kinnedy (Bet:-,'), Miss Bremner (Mrs. Mous.-
tor), Mr. Wood (Mhon-ur!, :Capt. Holt (C"rummy).
B.-tse. in a rm nt ar-ss and.a saeu.shade, was ireer is-


til.k ; p .- 'i,,-, i t h lMo,o, i-wer .we. ,nl-4 ,,i.eliy ,owle..i
toi:r, Iut Lta.- '-t. tiht t h-. cou didn't h ltp I t. C'-untLIr,1
niI.i. Mrs, M oii...rsi' u.-il'port'ed the; cth-er; wer I, :.ud
-s.hon'ned fm' .;t:,o: al -tin. but the whole .strain ,Af
ti-i pio.-e i-I uu Lktsy and Mo'ier a'I the .-rtaiu. -
lv c-uteredi the-,roughly into the fiun aud t-arrdd the1
fnu!iC:.?n with th.rn. PrhaIps Mr. W\,,:od "n.- a lir-
it lo:,., pni t:iti.. i:i. .h'fi g it t:. s wel'
a-'uns:-d, butt .i..mill h.vo b'.n-n '.--s. fr-qu" 'ntly in
n.e-. rill -w..nine txa 'ige-ri tiO.'in is allowaibl in h: ,.I:
fan t-I af l i th 'I.-tle i -.ti W-'ss 7 0 h ,ai. : ,0 '-
:.,u.1 li' e--'. .i-. W i.it au i-i'r of -'aukih i, u lt..
W: had otn, I La,-.'t n 'en th:-i- lik- for' a itatto'r of
a century.
Thie C'omici': Dima, in on,: act and four scenes,
TIhe FrtI', NiN':t," was cap.taliy rendered and ihe
bet manlo ot n i limiti st?.age aroa. A Pet-p
Pl ,uid thn .-.-.pn" w.h, i la-d r most apropplriate
i. i';r th1o M.nI a'a-te t.- make hi.s dt-btit o tthe
Derniuda publi._ lI emnlel'r fr'omd his mr.i.det sectu-.
si;.Iu. and f o.' tt.e noe. te a i.vo the mag.- springs
f 'r ,,t sri s t'.n-,h. AT ist We .v.t lro ,i-,elcvwhat
timil i l.t it: M II:.,unger ,tig':h: hirum- If fall .short .
the high standardd lii has cot up. In thie ery difli-
eli. -', ir. ti, ---. .i'ed, of Fra-n hi Actor with ,har-
n :'rit' .h' -.-. tuer'c w-. i n-. r of 1:. 'itg I.e-
travel into tle tco uun-.ch antiticial. -nBut, if tat the
-:m ;li n- Wre w;e. a t,:-'.teney to e:.: .'-gerate th_- pecu-
H' itis the :' G:ia ne..-, ru-.I to :. atiri :,- the Sim -..'u
F!are thi-. lit0itl natural fault wa.a more than com-r
pr-s:^^-d. i0 v ii n e.e'-'lh-:t ,:- u -' '- -cy whit'h :-an ic-d
ali t. ui..i.t.,,nT r -.tui .W h. t :,: 1 M r.
t. s :r' v't r*lii, .sin reput:i:;n
; i: L ;i i .-!-, iT o <-r. i i Te lect- io of
i .a Nt i of p nia -
r.t:.. -a In _.p e ,alt'- i n'-:. *a." iu,].-.;.J ,u icst i oappy.
an51i we aiu,-, n-co-iplin-ent ner ou ,., a Mly a,-'quittiug
-..: ,.If ,,i thini, wte ui('-.r.,t::i,, ;ier ii.tt pub ic u sp-
on the t.ge, really f-r ier The Fi..t
S'.:'.." I't.,,-' i. n- : ': i'tLiui.i"", ii2- i{.' r_ D )ufitr.t',l
t!,t i' cn-e ... \,:t t, '.i.r. ': d:W 1i:l,) ic!io, ha -vin '
tri. hI W lies t p.i' ali pai, t.riml f :nlun.--, 1 0ow io,.ka
fi'..-w d I ;e hi Le' .,. s aSS n the Ljnrdi. ;ts.g": in. tNhP.
ideal i-f h is lif. She is all ifor a, kuowiun hisi


ki4.p 1 .t ti n r. )1 .-tlv 1att1-rn d y .-his '. i
. i. ut.3 a;,d lhlii'., is Fa' a., lie -I'.-u, tio gri.:i. y'
it ", i le i -: ,i'.1r , .- -o. f :n.'tm bition. The t -nnuo a-n._J- l '
it fio he Gin. Bornte Fitzd:nugl'- (Mr Wood, V- ')I
., always wonUierfullv happy in et ting a ehir',.'- 'r
i. he can c.s-it/u ) a r-1h fellow' who fr-cquent., the *
Ur-.u rc!.cr.t, "a.unv who l:urnw. pcrhap-..nore? thInL ,;t'- a i I
n !;.3so .iCar. usually cr 3omn ndl cuiiversin.." with iosea, whIo comes in tld l in
ilve-s. himi to esec;pc her 'iascible Papa. A letter t(i
handed her by Fitzdaugioe unaddressed vowing iu
ho piassiou, asking her to a company him by pio- at
:-ding that night to a certain station, off for \i- .
nna; that if she attempt-od the stage without hi.-.
irnsent, he would have her hissed off every -itage:- in .t
turpoe. Mi.ss Arabella Fitzjamnes (Mrs. Raandall) n,
a,- ,i-.quirod a reputation. has attracted Fitzdir- 1
le, whom he has not bent into submission to her is
rill anid wishes, notwithstanding their frequent tc
luarrels and reconciliations. Rose, who is a rival w
a thv'field, tells her Papa that this note oilers her sn; b.

njg'Ir-'mcUt in Viennni rBut, a hi.s heart is -*1t -a P'
London, its 6.'7,&'r 1 mu.At alone be sought after. c-
)ifard takes the note and directs it to Miss Ara- aj
,.ella Fitzjames who, in the 2nd So:ene, app-ars at .
Rhenrsal, lien an intru-,i"e little mess-nger' deliv- I
-us thI .pistie. The ladv falters and swoons, aud .al
he whole piece, to the dismay of Manager and Au- a
hor, is likely to break down.' Previously the Manna. t
'n'r enjoying his morning cigar and newspaper oe. e:
he stage, is intruded on by this Dufard, whose n
. raevering energy blunts his seusitivenesn, and is
s 7,isned at length with his Rose a platIe In the oS
reihc--~ a. When the emergency arises he tenders S
Sser ol'iees. Relui:tantly he is reft'-rred tO) th'e An- A
!h.-ar wIho mutt be er.ni.tLli,.nd, and in sin-eue tliie v'e
nave tie Authors' Studyv, Iutr.id insi',:.tiug, R,.,s 0
inmg her l.a,'.t, the Authcr h-If catk-fid t,., ru tlin -
.euturn, wInil. Pitezlangl, indigunintly diso,:u'a;L s
nu.t i a rUahni Onperimer.' The Author'; on-ms-nt h'rld, t
,Ia the ith sic-ne mh o fiud orutelves behiadn the ,ettii-, t
Miis Arabelia Fit.zjinmrs, at the instigation of Fitz-
.in'le,. appqears_ in tim.1-. )o take hor character. as .
i ain A th!'ia. M .-> .:'.:-ri a d all i he; favouri'. r
;'1,,-.- ,. Y aud lv 'lut Utf-p,1-'i.ts is pltt. forward by hlef -
it.itL61i touc'hin;r the .-urtaic li-etl, stcpPin- g th, a.ll
,'io; makin',a ntiy ainnoe'iie--tnt of h. inge in tle, [
I-iaixriatis Pr'.,'..oni-,n. ,nud *~3tainiim Fitzdang-' t.y Is
i.iindn.ol.ii,;' Apitla use greets ihe r- raeefil Rio-", t
-,, k' v-'-ote; of hbe fr.urn- i,.ii bc- ?-t1 .,':-. % 4..-'in .,n.- ,
e--:..-. it. 'l:.-iiugh ti'i- .,n.eni- slides to: tal,- hel e:' nt, e

1,'i. -tin':- H l.t thThie ma- u:' i.-, to. n t:i first nL' A
n-.., '.5n'ti' s, t,.f thu .' .-c ; zin r.ltu i. Uto.,- i a) ii f'.'i }l It:I,
.- -id iu the r-,i.:,?-.n-it ,..f .i-.,pe s .: ,'.r., _)-. ) I. -.. b n..-: n
fit. {.0 ht n tiii. l': first ashe.d aud i then suppli,'-a-
ted Th.: :t'w. tiy.-. tno rinaRte e hodsged withilmanl y '
lthorns, rnd ltiev whole] piece well illustrates the diff.i i
Lietie-- of coming before the publi-, an:1 low Auti -x's
rndrManager..i arc l.e.,_et. R..se imp4_.ved as th.e c't.,' I
p!.,::-e':.d:-nli n,..- i inut-n.t" a t-d prut 't/ .' t'. -cnfitl.y -
- -.qliatnt ..- gtiCJr of Dufard. .a i-i..il t I iUr. I
rP edaldl .eenm'ni a:. if in were the veistable Dufaid,
w-ibout any -, reten,:e. V' I. Mt.-. ?,i'IT'll id l :ls' 1
-II
i 'f .e, i:'. E9' ,'L i a!i'.i :._- ie..- w .7.i i ,i'.Cit., N., a.,u 1 :
'p.'ipt'n mrPilleaLuct:'. w- h.v to reli.-h t'i.e we,:Vd, aud
;.eil '..i.,bine '-ithe anxieties and iudiorfe:'.'e:-'e of tio -
Manager. A.s Stage Manaager aMr. a.:'.kl:,nun ins
prhlap.s a lit htu fu.ty. Mr. EIldeltn Cinbly well tihn intelle,.tu:aity, the pat iu,:e and tL,
ambition of a:- a-p iing haiInmati.;t -a lut n, ',t 't
leaAt we must unaicu Mi.-'; Randai;, wlNn at timn--s
did we'llI, I.Lnv who eia.i.:iainyv wanted patua.'-: to
:f'.tm-- : he- .liiiicult, chlf:ract.,r a:..-.ign,:'i hri. Still
hr-r natural happic"-s ,oi 'mnnua.:1 :dw-.a :,-t'.. I:
ove-'r any little doef..-t, and quit-. c.:ciLiiatC- tl,
-iiti-, who m.'it alwirays have a 1.,, word fin- hli-r.
W'e shall bo glad 'to hear that the Company is.
able to .,-end a handsc.me sum to tnle Charity iu alid
c- which tites pet'fcrtrnaue- were given---ut tie
exp:-..isC-s of puLtting .uih pi-'ces -n th bo Boards ,:tr-
not Ic' c- mnL.h uargin if the house is nu:. b,:ittn
filled than it w.s ,:-i 'Th,'rldan .

Tur FnlN.cT Snitr or W\VA Cleinde, Conniin.-
dare Devarenr-, rom France, via St. Pierre. MIq ,
arrived at HalilfaH N S. an the. m-d r instant, anmd
exchanged saltites with the Cifadel on the 5th.
Vice Admirtal Sir' Lomiold McCliniock paid a for-
mal visit to the Clorwine, when the customary
salute was fireld.

Some anxiety hariing been fell at Portsaiouth
tor the safety ci her Majesty's lhip Pilver, which
left T3Drmurlud on the 15tih April, and has thus 1en
forty days on ihe passage to Spithead, we are glad
to be able to state that a telegram has been receiv-
ed announcing her arrival at Vigo, where she is
now detained making good some defects caused
by a mough royage.--Low/on Stand!nrd', sJay 25.

To the Edilor of the Royal Oa:ette.
Dr.in SrR,-Les-. thau fifti.y years ago Bertmuda
depended mainly iuponu her shipping, but the intro-
duction of ,-team Iha- driven our vessels from our
ports., and our shipping interest is uow represented
by a few old and worn out craft, whose days amre
also numbs-i ed.
Farming is now thi.' ,nuly tsourr&, and all Ber-
inudians ri.e interestinI im th-e 4rrwin,' ind h;n.Ld-
ling of our early .rols, Iint. hrow little oIf tin pro-
fits thln, its.wmy to t,' faitnme'-h' perkers.
Our Leg slan ut- ha.-. proxi-l"d steamn, and plenty
f it. Thie stteuan::rs .-e ownu-d by a nomnpaiy inow
(.a!l,,i the ''Qtibec S-e;tra-aship Company," subsi-
diz,:lby the Bermuda Goverminent. The freight,
sub.idy and passage ,iw.ney fora a ni, little pilet
not one penny of which finds its way to Bermudian
po,:kets, except' the Agents' commission stevedcr-
nare, pilotag-', nd ra tfew little inc'idei.ntal. that ,'.n-


not p,.essibly b-. pl, to oGa.t-ider... iMt one' :ex:-
c,.ptioi.i, I beliov-.-, nc Benrirnidian is. employed -.Iu
1, aid t,'a Quii..-rc Company's ships, atud yet I fear
th-t without t the Boe nuida ti.rido t.he Quebec nail
Gulf Ports S. C. Company wonld .ong a.o I :i hr
c.:'O.-.d to exist.
Ptoduc:.e s h-d.- h.ave been milui by th-. C'..orpora.
tio' of H, mUpilton, or father by tine farmer (for
there will h:v to pay for them iii .sehd tax) f'.'
their vn- i..,.,im'ndti<:on, hut rwihat do we see t? Th?
steanei'. i .,t sha,, .-o calead, ti. inlied up between tihe
bihokrs ':i or c-nnuni-oniou tiernch":i. ts aof tlaniitou. arnd
bothin:.;ran pas, thi ough except through their hands
and, am a kiud of freemasonry exists amonng them,
ther.t i. o possibility of getting within the ma-iei
ciretl .. A farmer may wish to ship his own pro-
due,? b, bt he cannot nppioach the steamer with it
exc'..pt he, !-s a pe'rtioni of the shed alluOtrJ hiiN ,
and take, his turn, nmnt the shed being all preempt-
ed he must apply to a broker. According to all
modern usage the Puiser is bound to rec-,eipt for
goods dAiver:-d at the giangway, but here none
but the. elect lu.y enter.
A few years ago the farmer shipped his own
stuff, ,or sold i t the rnnrketman on t he wharf.
if he hiTpped he pIai ton ,per cent to tinhe:' New York
denalr. and that ended it; nnw .v's gets hi.- account
sales, and UindS. thl.' charge of lo por ,.ent and 21
per '-ent for renittance. So far so gool o h- but when
he considers that the broker has to be paid, th:e
N,- w .oik, mera'hrnnt p,:rhaps, snd th? maniketman
ah:-o, he begins to do.bt whe-th'e.r 10 p0 r e:-cnt is
all that is ,dducttd for they all get rih andi ii' l1per
cent was required by the New Y':,ork dealer, when
the cost of living' was so much less tlan at present,
how cmau he now divide it up among them and yet
make trnouev.
As BT in the fet'p.'e 'liiwhe'n- '' is:td nle.-Ic- the fanine.-
combie'', and'i hIav t-- Lh ni-ins..-4 ralm with In:.-' .k i-Rak-
a-', thie country' must .soon Ihei nroin entirely hank-
rupl-t. X.
Jine 12, I1S50.


ER. 11DA .- S AN EARLY I-UIMEl, RE-
SOET.
La.t week we briefly advtrtu.d to this sub.jc-t,
id we piu.rpc u nowu' to ii:intwhat more fully cou-
ieL' the cilaiiI.'- of B.rmunda to being a good early y
.m;One as well a. an esx.ell'ut Winter rcsui
,:, :r.anir:enar.:.e of rfg' la er .tei ,;:.;mmuiniatio '
i!. x .'.v V .-.r: .iu-rinit i-? iv$1 vi years on an
apiov,.-d .Calo..'il 'i-i one i niiuch 10 bt'_.,-.'t the pIH ;i-
ou of Borimuda with tourists, who hare iucreasted
a uumbert. A certain amount of success hasbeen
stained in advertising Bermuda as a Winter ro-
irK. and in providing for the stream of travel,
nffioiint indeed to ju--ify the belief that, if a
ean.mhip of proper speed, fitted with all the eco-
oMnical modern appliance--, were provided, the
imb'er of visitors would be largely increased. It
felt that the trade ha now been worked up to
o such an extent that, to secure the full harvest of
'hat has been done already, greater strides must
'. mn.dle in promptly meeting the requirements of
asseugers. A large airy saloon, without any side
hins, which should openrt on well-voutilatcd pass-
ges, iu the centre aud adkining forward compart-
;euts, well fitted, and proper deck rooms for ladies,
joking, and a fair promenade space, are all es-
ontias in a steamship ndipted to the trade. Such
vessel must be especially constructed for the
radp, the limited draught of water at the West
ad mailking it out of the question to employ a yes-
g! of the grade of ordinary Atlantic steamships.
Ve gave ciurrency la't wetk to a report that such a
te-mnier was likely to b:- pr,:>,vi.-d by t!.c QIuebec
't..araz:.-iip Company, aud w:. razin oniJ hope that
hL ruminour will b ..,iOftn it-.d. Of course thore
Sini stu-:h an enterprise: Br,:.'?sa ril ri ce-rf.ain anianutt
f adventure. hut n-,.. too) much so. tand in the v.y
f itS Ieing fairly .rild. TI-i v";,yage betwe-;
'ernmuda arfd Nf:c. York reduced tc, &.mn.thin like
w.':' anyvs, with nomfor'tal le: a'.ud air- accmmnodn-
ionr for passengers, provide surch me-iis to i-each
:rrmuda trnu the Aniori'an continent, and there
A. little doubt but that they will be liber-ally pat-
ined. T- 'a .Ad C-:.m-ap3ray have-- .:fitted tihe
Ab.,h,'s rmacrinr,-. so as to reudr her ,'.n'eier :
he Jamrnaica and H..al : trade, which will p'rol..l-
.'y1 so develop in no lors" tuJm that much ,"I arIr
Lnd finer ships will bUe demanded. Thw chauc-s
hen, are all in favor of g.rct imprcverEncnt. in our
t.,ar :councctions. .V.- connot e:ist itho it
lnum emconuiUi'-ati.n \'ii.jii Lad of a superior I-
['lIbit kid vw: hall bij racre .-.'ought after by the
6>,4t! de w ,;l.n. : a d the of.c:-It:. .,f uL insiulr i-li-
nti e will ,L m-U.r, v.'idc-iy :pq';~;aIted. In time, to
kc-Ep poaae; with the aemond, wdill gCrow Tup all
iunds of an:eonmodatious. The first emsential is a
-plendid stEamRnhip. all e-le will follow in rapid
course. \Ve are pie.ioed to uote that in the Season
now closed the Hamilt.ou Hotel has been well pat-
',i,'e;d un,-. id it:' new management and that Mr.
'Farnham leaves u-j this weok encouraged to go on
'rpnvi,.lin'g imprroved facili ie. for tho next season's
business, and we leiu h nlia! he himself is snesible of
the y.vt nee.do refomns to red-ec-m the past mafiage-
nent, and to make the horiL.,e, as it. ought to be, a
noT-! of ,,urveni:uce anid ,:f comfort. For visitors
ihe srca.n,u ijutt c-uded has been unusually dry and
pleiasn.t, a climate not to be excelled anywhere.
But th-:,i.th the Winte1r hai.s 1teu tx,..eptional aua-rgo
portion 'of it, evcu in indifferent periods will be
ion- ni t1 1 r .t.'.k.- of '.h. '.ame genfial qualities.
'h'e are ao.h lr 'n.or.'ts mrn adapted for invalids
than Berm.its, wi,.:h w. hav:'. '.?ner urged as a
pince of ref'._e tfo'r 'cnfrmed inaiids lahbouring
i.ler r- :re',-re diLe',i,. ':it, taken on the average,
iLe beriu-da cli'n.-tc haAs xouch to o:mmend it to
r.o notice of those who niost es-p:.apr thie severitiEs
..A a Northern Winter ::ud Saring, of those who
mun-ii 1-iae n <:hr.nge to rou,-w their nervous system.
'(hro naumb-r of su''h people i.- iarge, n.nd if facilities
are provided, B'-rmrida nll rind many during the
.r-,sou. nThe HI-amrilt..,n Hotel, -ince it has been
anii-d' American nma:igernent, h as benu opened in
November and chlose.. at th- end .:,f April or May,
.'hen (T1- steam off travel was supposed to have
,:es,e. June and .dJuly are usually in Bermuda
tujoyabie u.tonti.h, life on the ,coan is then more
aMreeable than iL can be in February anud March.
With suich a ce.ipa'.-ious steamer, as we hope to see
provided fo the servit:e, the voyage. from New
York to Bermuda during these mouth would be
wmost enujovable It would invigorate a constitution,
hiurd tested during the -Winter aid Spring by cli-
matit:, artifiAifi aud ,business, influences. A fort-
upoht or a month could be delightfully spent here
during these mouths, and to much better advantage
than at any fashionable American Watering Place.
In singling out Bermuda for a Winter Resort, its
claims, which are very strong for an early Summer
URtsort, have been ignored altogether, and discour-
aging steamship pa)ssengor lists have been the rule.
Those who annually take a short holiday, and that
has now become almost of universal practice-usu-
ally prefer a change of scene and of association.
Ta such, Ber.-muda pIe.:ent.L i5elf as a retreat, wor-
thy of a patronizing visit. A tew hare tried it,
and they report most favourably of their experi-
en-.". It is contrary to the proper popular esti-
mate to go South iu Summer as icebergs float
about in high latitudes for a seasonable change,
The short bracing sea v..yage hence, the genial
weather and the enchanting walks and drives and
bc.atiug" when here. the sea bathing which may be
inidugeid in, the eutihe novelty of vegetation and of
almost cverytling enco,.ntered, all add to the
'-harm of induceunent. The key to this sort of
business li.s in a suitable steamnohip to t.empt su:h
*a trade. Once entered on, once a fair ea~iy Sum-
mer Patronage, an:I it. will befound that year by year
this business will go on increasing in a surprising
ratio. But like everything else it must be worked
up, it must be well advertised. Present Bermuda


a.s ;a resort for a .va iety of people at different times
of the year. In the W.inte-i 1-,oi :'ut for ose who
thLongh unot ll, muda yet fiud1 relief fro-n pitching
uncharitable cold. In th. e Ipring aud early Sum-
mer have an ,.yo to thosa-, who need a brain -- up,
after ediuin'4' the vicissitudes of 'artificial heat -,d
e-iubborn fnt.ns and ti 1I .-tudius aipplieat'uto
work, and present tht with .A ore attractive
pr;grainmie than they thar- been used to in their
aurudn holidays. It woult! nit be difficult to find
at inrre percentage who -.vould gladly visit Bermuda
for a -hI',l period at. llis titmie oc of the large
number who run here anti there-anything for a
chaugo--waud oftentimes over the same ground,
Bernimuda would afford such a little spice of variety.
Primarily it p.i.tains to the Steamship Companies
nd tLos.:- intPiested in the Hamilton and other
Hotel.,', to .ce to this matter', and that nothing is
left uudoue to inform a discriminating travelling
Public of the just claims of Bermuda ao, a desirable
early 'mi.iei Rv-'--rt from the American Conti-
nent.

QUEBEC. Jue 83.-A YELLOW FEVER SHIP.-
The bawque Glen Monarch, Captain O'Neill, ioin
Rio Jaueiro, was in qfa:autiue at Gres Isle, Que-
bee. on Sunday-, Juoe 6. having had sixteen cases of
vyih-. e!.ver audnihr,:e de-athb on the voyage.
ICE BEROS.-Ct'ataint Jnck-ori of the Steamer
BelgeuliUd Eu.rope Ia 41 New. Y.,rk reports
tiba betwei ,lone. 4S-30 urd 51-'3 both to the East
d tt n he .itI.erU portion of the Bank-" of
Net-loundlnud ir 'i'- .; t rurse lat. 43-34 and 51-30,
be nmet with neverat ie.i-be'es, toae '} mea..ureimeut
bt rt sextaunr was !ver Q0 iet, high .La about one
% :.', : ii l i.'ti n. s- : c-,, w, a d,-plh of 520 leet,
The firint rairo<.d traii.n reached the Sutmit of
MII'C Ve Vit. ti -,ludav t H instan-Le. The
-.." :are in'.ily p'.t'.-'i ) tijtd.-.-s m t .-p ans (s ee
ini It0, I- Ahn-er ;trAn'-r-h of c.abe-. moved by a
sOahutnery engine. Tbh, dietaice tnm thi loot to
tI.e trp ?f the mutuutaiv was atcouipished in eight
raiurtes.





TVPP'~1[}TTtA 4~VV.141 g4,ityt
1jL2J..ta1A.AL~Lf... a jL~.~2s~~J ~.J.AAt'taA..i22


fl t.a~ n~A,kn~awar~&n~ Za tt sASrrtrflanaeSflagjEa~ ~wrsrn-t~ -a. -


*"*Arrivl ;f htois' !:1, ,i,.s E0ii osf Sl' 1

The lloynl Mai' Stea;i er :Alh,., f'uptain C2row.il.
in 70 hours i HAroni !i.d ila: wii! th.- Enli'b Mail ot
the 25th May, ; -ii irl on Frritav ,l,. aSh-"o
deotnfned till th, evening of" Tu'lday iti coneqwi.c-
of the non-r.nricAl of the EnliMh A!MNi via Ramnou' i,
till that day The .4. pe,'rorn''d her L.t pas, _-
hence to liiaifux in G3 1'our.r.
We thank C apnin rl o.'li fa Hliifax pann r. -f
the Stb instint.

.0 I--ate rlos ell 0 tjin el .ttet., ,j -
ro--', &r,
Tihe Steanier Mar el. a'.lA ia oiia i, trom N; "
York, arrir.ed in the iGrat ,ninl laze on Sundy
evening and came to her shed in this Town at i6
o'clock yesterday morning. She left New York n.o
the aftei noon of Thursday.
We are indebted tr, Captain Oilfoil, Mr. Pur'jer
Rickell and Mr. ,orun, ChiL.f Srewar,', for files ot
New York papers of the 1 th linst..
StoCIs, Delii aU' & Hudson, R. R. ('o., 68.
LIsBON, .June b.-A tc'i.',t lI li'..r M ,oznieib| ,
ir.formn the Gomernment o tir. rnipture iof the prio-
eipal slave exporter". Three dho'w were taken with
200 slaveM on board.

We understand that the Prino of Wales Iha convey,
eo1 toCaptain Iord Charlh 4 :-e.AtA, .. the *' ..eii:it.."
his high approval of t'. iw .tA.mi-nt wl.ieh ilis (1wo son,
ra ce f'u id instruction inimp rteI to: tihIem.
We understand that thk. pr.jecteld vo, age oft the CO'r-
vette to the antipod's wrill irnchlud in \ tlirh t plal e .1
visit to China, and will not !,o mia e dir,-et to A .i'rns -
lia. as Mated by the T'irm 'anm some other paje ,.
On this Cruise it is pririped that Pri ic Georg' ...r
Wales alone shall proceed.
TIi brother. Prince All)rt Victor, \ill outer iuponj
his military studies at Sandhurst. and his flr-t oirn,-
misqion will bhr to the Ritle Brigade. of which !i
uncle, H. R. H. the Duke of Cainntfil.!it. is Cul.)nol.
Besidei the examination oft' (I Frinc i E .v'twa. ant
George to jisc.ver whMu tracs., 1r any ,1, t.iie
their now historical mirking. witi h l1. ior:,l .iri,..
very careful iueasiirement took plice V,: n.wqih-ii
whether they had grow n during tlter- v.,y.g\. Strange .
t sn. Priaee Cen< ." -i i ltain s I sti lg 'y : bu '! n, -
not growiLi it el!, wN il,. Fiin.'o Ed., ::'..l lh.:. :li,) u ,
exactly one inch.
iut then, while Pi in-e EdIK aI d I Io.'u:. ,n'as f. .mll t
t'i. N ivy, P 'ri Ge re t.or,. i -.:li or for Ii.; age.
r.-mai ns every i:ch.ia ejil.'r.,
BER1.1U;A PRODUt-IC'E in th'' New Y.:l. k Mnrkt
on the 91h.
Potatoes............... ,6. "
O uion.................. 2.

The Steaimer Hiin1la'i dow, 'O 42 to son icd i'e.'t il her
mnachliner', w:l! Iot linoro London for Bernludil until
3r'l a stant.

A S'upple. ment of 4 Colutmnst.
accompanies this issue of the Gz:,tt-." It
contains the P'rocoedlinc-s of the Ltegi;lativc-
Counj.il of the l'th mnLL ..nt. aP. '.f the
House of A:fs ttbly ,,f timi ;yh ."an., ; !ih in-
stant : the" Un .it,-d Vot itat, s Pr.Iid-. y ." (-''n,-
inunications. Six liy Nin-." an, Bet m-1 I1-
dlinn," ian1 tl-hi Lt: ? Eu rI n '. ,
Kv i The Se.retary i;'tl,. Pi ha 1I '.-
miised to furnish u; with :, i -' u tIli. Pn WiVi ;
at. fhi-. late Mat-lohe ..t \\'a W irv. C t' n, V.'a m r- tht.;t
it has not been rieeiv'm in lime oir this ,l.tt:,t. bl t,
it mnvay e loke]l for ilti t.,:rtaintv in iou:r i ::t.
BIRTH, at R,)cklniai, Ha- illton, *,r thli,:- th irnt..
the WrD f' .John IH. Artin,. M.P .f. SON.

MARRIED, on the :-ii inr., at ti l'F':-iii Cin" ,
St. George's, 1.y tli- R.-. F. J. P. LiUJ;tb'urn R.et..-r.
OCIARLT.;s Gnr.fr.sON, (' chaplain H. Al. F,-ties, fourth
son ofithe late John Gjv.g.-un. :'fr 2 uiuu and Burdon,
in the County of Dutrham, and i3rainihami lloue, YV.irk-
shire. to VAnR En)vAw us. youtiLrst Ioau,I' later ofr th
late Robert Noble. E-qr., of' nnMlifax. No'.-i Scotia.
.......... on 2:3rd May., .t St. Mark's (.r'larchi Or(, hiii,
U. S., by the Rev. JR-. Pat.fs.n. !ke,?tor, W. T ,urin
TUCKFr.. ,of Omrahla,i to R-A .Lu. ol.e-st darugh-
ter of William S. masterss, Emir.. M.C.P. t'f Blerniiui;

DIED, in Oneida. Hav 1:2th, l-0.', 21 THo':,MAs
RICTHARDSON, in the 73rI y or i.f his age. i.Deceased
was a brother ot the late James Richardson, Elqr., of
this Town, and was for many years a resident or St..
Georges.


MASONIC HALL,'



Thursday, June 17th,
8 p.m.


PART I.
CnoRUS.... ... March of thel Men 'of Ha I'le
SONo ................... .. .. ir. ',on.
READINO ...... ..... ..........Mr. Rantiull.
DUETT (Yocal...... Mrs. Re, & Mrs. rI.Irr.
RECITATION ................ T. Wo ,J, R.. E.
SONG ................ ....... M rs. landall.
READING ............ ....The C(bi'f Justicf.
SONG......... ...... .... ....... M rs. olt.
PART II. B
DUETT(Instrumente,. iss irv.
SONO............. .......... .. M s. .es.
READING ... .. ...... ............ r. Seon.
SONG ........ ...... Cpain Pll.u R..
REA.IINe ......... .. ... ..iev. Mr. J'am-s.
DUETT (Vo('al) ... Ms. Rees & Mrs. Randall.
READIN. ..... ., ........ ...... M. Rand(till. '

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

Proceeds in aid of the funds of the Permbrole
Sunday School.
Front Seats 1/. Second 6d.
Tickets to be obtaine-d at the Poyal OdG G
ette" Station-ary Store.
June 15, 1,.,0,

SFor Sale,
TUBS NEW YORK


CHI-'AP Ff CASil. 1.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, June i5, i.S.0.--3

For Re'nt, ,

gTk J. e t t A5(u v
At ; .-.nt or !i-I ib C. I. (CI F I, .
l'os .e... I. i v.. ''' ; s 1St i t'w t.
U'a, i liutl :, I t--,- [.1 at 1 '' ; )i: l
Glazette" OitieS.
Hanmilton, ,iiine i.5iii !.SS..- 3 ,


N 0 TWICE .
A I -c, 'e C('t 1.,-' f ir Ii\'t.st t,:l ii


I*i' -% -~
44'..


-A "J~ t~J7.
t 'i '"a


S. -
B i E, i '"- ~ ,T _' rpi0 A.
SM1.al,:- Po' iti,'Mm--W ith110 R e(i.I ,rvt.
ner )In" h -t in:s fro nm tb' Propri>tor,

His D- yes LeS
The 15th i. t, i m .At 0 oe::i;, J,.i ,
ON THE PREMISES,
That Dosirable.. ntd Valuable- Estate
A 1(I T, J. 1 9

Sit,.u.al.'l n t_,: liw,. heb t-.veeP D:.vusiri rnnd
Sm ith'... C('n, .'-ti -'; of :-
D1 u TCwellin- HOUSE,
'. J 2 ".* '," '. a

And1 OUTIvOUTSES.
With 1:; A.kerbs of' Vuable LAN..ND.
B11. W ;Ar[ LKJE R (JO..
Ai ioneers.
I,:.-i!toa .Tuni .ii, Gi :-. 1u.



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The 17tSi n tant, at ,ocmn,


a.I^ S's'f\Ta ,. sjs!,r,-

I.,X f i LDU )E
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.,_ _... 7,1-_ _i
Flhtt'%., Jun.- 1 :b I.-.,'






Tiw UnTid*-l;^'l^: ''-i L'- Instil
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p, p;" ..- 1, r ^ ir .. ...
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w.rt -"~


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rpm I:' *Ifllr-.'l;fl 11 IU! a''1 \' Liltri
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LO t i, -neton-ts
-i -1 rt8.' : a:I S -- 1. 'eI thii :. n e ,
-. :. .. :-'? 7 :: .. i t; -: N .' -' :
ma ;,- .,ut', .r L :i, i.". .d.'i: i,-:';'-! on its E ',.l:e'-n
tlli VW a"t,'. 'i l ?i.t-,-. r, -,''4 tiv-:lyv; it lies t mit-
di- 'l' -._ ni ui .. i '1-h Pr,,-C..ii -s i'i.-ii. 'd JA iI ,v th. -
lown ,ti.-.t.,riatt .D l,.rtmn nt, and.1 is 1bo: ul.-,
r,Y"/ ,'.,., _, 1,,. t l .; <;; ,-:.i,,- ,f the L ,ts
L ot 1,. -, ,,; t :.' a i :'' _nd'
L i t diim l;- 1 Sti-or, ;.(is .>u .,:d F iJ. S,r.,e ,,
ianL t '. t':,- I, Lit N io. 9I .
THOSE. J. WADSON.
Au ctioneer.


Hamnit,:. Ju.mw 12th. 1-, .-, .--- .! 1'

For SaI e.

PIENDE RS vi.11 h. Received lby
the iUn.-l,.r t1. 1, a,.

For the P'(ui"'hr.-ti -f' ftiatt T .-o Story

tDwelli,,ng IOLUSE,
SA"nd- LOT.
Siti r'ti th Corn.- .,f ( urch and Court,
Str-'r'ts. in this Town.
fit r,.-iiL se c..t:i : );-.. iNl.-,.tfd at iny titn.
(,1 l 1: 0 "i I'. ". i, :: I L t !..' ,L ., l : !.;.:r
Not boun, to accept the lhih'-st :ir anyV
ARCIH. WINGOOD.
Hanmiltn, June 7th, 2Sp.-,3 2,:

Notice.
PH E Ladies of Hamiltor Parish
lI ti.n d halvin.r an

Ice Creamn and Fanc C

Circle
I p e ff'rM j 7T. Trolff's
t ff .. s? ,3 '
Ne.r '!0e S|i-ll!y Bay h,;'e Course,

OnV Wednesiay,
Ti-v U' d inst;,. t.
Proct-e,, in .- i of a Hearse.
Festival *cimme"lce at 1 p.m.
.Mz.i-i F".vorite Bu'a.1! will be ii Lit '-.u11d; e.
MALVINA: S. iA"IA1LE',

Hamilton Parish, June 14, ;S:3'',
-For Resnt,





S" ,,ra,.rl the : '.de.n;,:- of the lte :- .n -' ,l
.' u it sqr.'
Th'e I)OUSE ctco:tni,.s an Entrance a1il,
D rawing :r-.' Ii' ii,' <.,1:. '.- ; ,i',C Rloom ,
Five lied loom's and Kitchen.
Tl,.-.e are also. Servants ioRoms-, .'ar ti ii
H house, horse aid (Cow St.i.'!.I, i',.atnm' s
HoVise-, tree 1Tanks and a %el;gttilt i i:atiing
louse, t,-ither wid Twenty-five A res I.-,,ul.
a Vn..-I G o: -,I,.' 'Frees and an 'j-ic -;.t Island.
i. .; .. j- -. ; ,; g iven.
,. .I' ,; it n '- n I 't l''i .' to
HeN! Y t .V [{ELL.
iiamilthon, June 1S5t), 1.:.-'.--3p tf


By P u i C A ( T I ON,


A 1]2 o,)',-' I .


~4
I **''*'. '1
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21


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.b, 17ti; in.t-:w .
0 ) 1L,. '. L' FOUR.
e)' 7 B.1. C. {EAL
SEB!. Plot B- .D :1 -ilf BL
:1 T~i F-i~nuv n' _aR_
23 Bl. Hflif:ti TAl POTATOE')S
.i 5Lk. N.-w York T!ilo POTATOI.ES
,.-,i.' T loik Faiild, HAM,
10 81. GCroce-ry SUGAR
l) T' :.xs as.ortecd SOAPS
t, D nts n'w Hflif:x C .)DFISTI
1l ('ases Co.uib bMA'T.Er -
lit) Q,. BSf'- B1nk TOBACCO .1s)
2 Annr.ican STOVE:)S
SBi,,s. Oret.n GINGERl. 25 lh. lt,
Itt '.. i'mns r j' T'1. LAI _JI
A l.,rge leot of BOTS aind lSHOiES
1 Muhon ir. T.ELR
2 Oh < t 1')T.Ur,F.s
1 ,-'ood Rif,,_',EV D 2 CHAIR

i Fr, GI .: ']

..I s (10
i }::i's E :R Ii.'.ia. ],ij E


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For C ra hiy o.' S.l.lh,
1 .ol, \WAG(ON
G(.,,l HARNESS
1 D
1 Superior MARE
C,..t :ib. ut tLre,: v,.t i ul
.1 /r. ,', O ,


I .N ,% At 3 ".'.:..t:k.P.M[.


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21- -Al. n .- .-
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k s, f 'I t : .
SJ 'ND-2;.' C ,: S ,t CHAIIRS
"- ". Ci ii ;'L'- Si.
At.. ,SAFE BAI'HS 8 LAMPS
FILTEiR DISHES


m ,'( ..t I Pint rDEC N'E IS, cut
U 1 L


10 Finger GLAe-sEs. to match
Oth-vr Fi;uIr LASSE I- Hock GLA-,SES
:* PL VtES ? .i in-: lC)IOTLDS
I m JGi n._,.','
,sDI,. -ES .Tc-.- CROR(YCKERY
Kit". UTENSILS, ,.*.,, T ..
', ? AnKEi iCo,,
A n,--.tionet-,Tr..
H ilton, P,.,.m u, J' ,- '. I5 1.'' i0.

Sce C(ream Festival !

T'he Annual


\t ihe iarringtorn do.:)i, Shel!y

\\il F 1 iI ID,)


D. EEF













ST





AiE


A.-. (> ._ \'(.(


'eig ..1


On tth 4th I T.oigitu i ni.,l ,i t ,o ,. with good
vY tlih Tn: k n ati mld::.n "ttt. h'm,,, 'suit.l:,le f,-or P i
.... F i.,ily R-idi..le .: ,_,r Bonrdiig Hiouse.
A,.,,, ,;,lU..!:lo iin^, t,.,',n ,, m .: .._provedi Pur-





)w]i HOUSE
E.i with II t1 Sct: ? ,it_" 1 Street.
-A t ,i;uI t- Pr .,!,erty.. t ,n!. ,well l ,uited
r D rt-, '.;- f'' nfa il v. -.r f,:r L,. r:' -'r..







;E INALLD GRA.Y,
Hainmilton.
..I .T ., ... ., .
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'if. ''.- :'i 'af LAND .Li;:


... L .. ... .
t,- t't," .,: i ,, ,,.... l i -;:h ;,t :rs n t oc-
S: bu 1 on th
1' U ll f7 ..1 e'. i 1 I ?% (
.,U l' i i m ne-; I.-v I T n from thu
P(- '; a Cm rih to ;-,-tisha Pp int ; ill;.. by
Land.. 'to '-'r I;;' ., ,!,-. a .' 1 ,:?-.cr S.arah
.o;, ;i d1 .' -. ..., '. ;,.. ,.' ain PJul
Li .hn t t -- rish L'ira-eh. The
.'.,L s o- ..'.1 i .. D i:.llii{; H .-,u:t. and
S:t'r.- i' P-r.'' ,/ I-.,trl is ti:ingular in
i ;ti,.I ,.,n it-;.n, ,"* ,: T !'ir ,'. P ;-;,.he:.
Iin!, th,- p' rh-t, .lt .)Im-.y l.;a',' y re' an;i on

FoI t'ri her Pa'rti,:. la!,;s ajp qrly to
E. C. .ACKSON,
ant tilton.
i :h .un -'. 1

.


For N+1 Y1ork.

jj-. Th(e ,Searner
.P ... .. ", --* A-B- -'a -


I' 1.L LE :" 1 II E NCE
FOPW AE YOKY
At 3 P!M.,

r7 u!, J ,TP,,.
I'ri' lit, PA.rrcls aul Specie on [l'rt.eigLt ill
I.c i ;-.\t-' icd ai t .i t i p ) ; !;, h ,iUi .1 li .
uii..; G l. 'ufo'r .a.,'rL il sc 'n .d, until
1! *" l.. 1, i Jurne.
i'. Si r% ',.ill br- rmov ; :,t : 330
i,.:) .7 J i '.
TROTT CO ,

II .a,;ion, ei-wrn ud I, t, t Jut'.J I ..Sa.
:- C .l. i-h. ; e.n ,- g ,
'r" ; I. I ti

iP i'.iw i, ,.,r H tnilo.(,, 1.


AgeI.ts.


I:. a mai.j 2!, jt-rm'; *t'l.i


S.,. O L" o r) <:lr''- 3rt- i pn-l t.

Notice




t N c,,e,cU nt.. oi thie areat incrreose in our
,shiipments ,i -'Produce ti:, New York -inco
Ili,- -;:asMlI ,if 18;-74, we idenn; it neceessarry to giv.-
t!.,tice, that we :ire ready to give our personal
a!iten'ioii n ti-I .uiI to al! .-hipoments of lJerrmuda
'r.i.i. c fc'r N '-.. York ma,- t ii'ro'hal nus, but
I v itiitot leinog repunsil:le for the net proceeds
a, liil pa)id t) our Order i New York, which will
he given to the Now York Consignees for Sale,
Shv ,,aihi v-ssiel traspor'tin,2 a shipment.
S \\ henti necessary to order Specie in return for
auny lhiipniuout it will Ie insured .at theexponse of
tite tOw wiers iitI-slted, and owners will clearly
iii.!,r.t-ind tha'i all the dangj ers of transport are
I Iottg itt }i' them.


TROTT 4.
ilar ltito,, BermudI ) ,, ,f 0 -.. ,2 n


COX.


A eiv o thee rivalled Marclt 28, 8U. -i L,



I 'fiIt, .. o4 e hr.
, .S )i .!.KS,, ; A U
a l i C '. Qi A ..lN...Al
C- so:: ki r ,, e hase. "itn-iled next East of Devon.shiro Dock.
.-, T N SO Apply to
SsTi, ,,,._N THO.MIJS A. DILl


S :;n .'! n i, Ju I 'O .- -.i


Itor Ient,

Te Latrye 0art,-n,
\i i'I C :a riaL ,e i ilI -e ,l .tt,* l.'. :tt:.he-d to
tiyv i !,,ps8., i r. n eid St'tre -t. i.inl- diap e P(-.s-
F r i' l c rt ic-'si t n g npi t
Fja r iuI ih i h ati-n l2a a'r-iu 'H s ;tppiv t


Ot. WOOD.
next,
I\ \th Instant -- ---. --. ........... .... ...
the Proce ds will be i ,) f he Fund for '. -
Iipiovea ier-nt to the li' ildiiig .....


Adoi i:siru Fre,.
Doors op,. '- t :-evern ,,'c'l] pit. I
" hi-,'lI iay, 'mi ii '-- ,i ;sh,
Jl.h .r.i, id c'.-n n -;. h


.a.anist 1he
Notice. n
ft .j'i l.; : .'j H.m'i. C1& inasis.. l. [ .'s, iiIA- forward
i,.fi' T'FiliTl DDY, !ie tt'-'h ,s'tnrt, Fror Seltlo -
meit.
-JO, NT W GALYIN.
SII: ,il .n. .uec -,5 ',, SS( .



',t Ig,-,', Pa't1 ,. Ie Pre -,; i i :i')w
0p e
occupied K n Ii i i->rlm:l. .

:
: i .. )
',.a 't' i HENRY -". 7"

WILLIA HENRY LI HTBOU RN, i
P..,e1-. ne l i), e1 ..- 2 ,.d


1 50 IBxs. good Tonmatoes
o


2U BI. mainl! NIONS
50 BrIrs. ivxeo, PI')'A '


0
OF~2S


ANI) FP 6)R .6 "

Bs. .PO .AjS m
i .. p age- 3 per 11i.
1', (CKSON,
;ap'.-i.-: '!he Po-t .tl'ire, .iumilton.
J i .'i io






,.,..-.-. t- i '. .. ; -.A --- -


0 !TED 2IV RIDGE BROS.
; ii Str, ,, Jui ': !4l- b, tS 0.',0 .- I


L.


I Ith June, 1680o.-3

Just Received,
A Fresh Supply of

I andsoine Calicoes.

ALSO, A NEW LOT OF

7)) Boots & Shoes.
J. C. KEENEY.
I anmilton, lunee 14th, 1850.-2
LISP OF IJNCL\';IED LETTERS IN THE
Post Office, Hainilt .n, 12th June, 1880.
R1ichard Bean, W I i3urgess, Wmn ButeTfield,
T B Bradfh3rd, Mrs Rronk., L L Urooks, Sophia
Cox, Eltz .lth .. :,ox, T SChapIl, C Carlson, F
(hirustencen, .I osepih -i Dill, .lane Dill, Mrs Damon,
I,: 1 Davis, L -i Dela, iharlea Eckle'r. John Ed-
wards, .A Lincolr Ford, John France-s, W J Fubler,
Car!l Francisc(., Geoorgo A (Gomes, W D Grant,
Iir.; '- E S Hiker," J E Ilorne, Julia Hamilton, *
\irs Hall, .M\ir Hai:ly, Jcoub Hocker, Wm Hayward, ..
Barque Industrio," Ship "Jessi,.," E|lza Jones,
T'himas W J.,Ill, Augusiltu J,nes, II S Kondell,
Barque Lydia,"' lichard Lynch, Wni F Loring,
Geo J Mou'ton, Thos J Morris, It S Mason & Co.,
G 0 OGut.rbn.ti-e, George Perot, \ IRobinson, B D
Viclthaddon, AA b:i Ribinmon, James Robinson,
iar'es A Sin:t i, Ann Swan, "Ihoa F Smith, David
arm,-nas, Wmr T' Sitl', Sar.th swan, C A Steele,
l.ini' S'iim, )iinah .Smniti, '" Smith, 8 'TSimmonas,
Jhr Setoon, .Alliedt S'pncer, Alexander Scipio,
ilenry I rott, J T 'i'rt', S&pnia Jane Wells, Joseph
\ ilia:ns, l;.pi ,in '.V iss, Francis P Van Wyce.
UL'"L\ !.iEE"R) L 'TFERS IN ['EHE POST OF-
ri .:, .' *- ( O .a.'.-, Jo.u !i, '.'.
i ", 1'Vo,-L, :: ...i N :-v,Lr, 'homas
;; run J,.i>' [ i aii; ly'wartd, .EdIwin Hooper.
; .* ltii:-n (I,4e .t M r I De)aprd.) T Hesketh,
"A,'li:n Tucker(.(t Daviel'd island,) William Wood,


C lot;,d w i i,'r,:/,try's Oficc:,
12Tiu, JUNE, ISSO.
Tr i.i-i.ley r.,fifi.-4 for Public information
tl,, Hir ii.)u,.r COLONEL E. C. A. GOR.-
D"'N. 1:. P.. A 'ti, -: v-rnor, will att-end at
t:- Puil.li. BIuln'.i*: 'n Mon-livs anl Tlurs-
,1.ivs, irou 12 to 1 ,'cll.cIk in each w ,.ck, lor
the. tranis:,tion :.,f Publir Business.
B,/ Hi" onoror's iom.nand,
13. E. WEBSTER,
1 ('oonial Secreftary.

Notice.


0 Let from 1st July next aninlt
l of ,n Acre of Arab-l LAND. on Pro-
1ect Hill Po-sition, lat-ely in possessions of Mr.
T. Roche, and known as War Department

Letting No. 40.
Foris of agreement and all information
ie:,n b,- obtaiin.-l on applic-tion at the Co.M'tis-
et.-A.'rT OFFI'-E. HaImilton.
Thetrn are other Vacant Lettings. an1 Gra-
zing for Cattle, a list of which can b,. s:--n at
thi- Oilfie,.
JOHNT L. RANDALL,
A.'C.' ,
District Comrn. (J.!,
Coruniissariat. Office. IT:unilton,
14 June,SSO 1880. 1

Notice.

SIIHFP SUI.'C!R iPR intending to leave Ber-
mu-dan fi-r a shortt time,
.lr. Cit'ries Gi'af, :tt9er.
ti'&c!
s duly authorised to conduct his Business dur-

N. A. BUTTERFIE LD
Ii.'nilion l, Ji .e 15, 1S80.-I

r tiw C. KI'rosc ne.

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,. ;.' ^ ',i & ;.. Fit,
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, June 15, 1880.


BERMUDA.

Proceedings of dhe Legislative
Co.lulncil.

Fridtl,, 11th June, 1880.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Winm. H. Gosling,
Eugenius Harvey.
.4 James Tucker, Recr. Gen I.,
G. S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Col. b'ecy.
The following Message from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary '
(No. 12.)
R, M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Coninmander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward, for t-e
information of the Honorable the Legislative Coun-
oil, a copy of ibe Blue Book for the year 1879.
Public Buildings. Hamilton, (
9th June, 1880.
The Hen. Jamrs, Tucker presented a Petition.
numerou-!y sigoad by inhabitants of St. Geor-ge's,
prayin? that the portion of the sum of money which
was rerumed out of the amount voted in 1358 to aid
in erecting a ncw Church at St. George's, may b.:
now paid to the Building Comcoittee of lhe said
Church :
Also. a Petilion fiom Charles B. Ingham, pray-
ing that the lit.e of Road leading towards Spantish
Point and authorized by the Legislature in 1879 lie
adhered ,o in preference to the new line laid out ny
the Colonial Surveyor in January last.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 151.h instant.
at 11-31).

BEB.^'Sr *A


17,eP'~.hu. of 1' I')noira!+
Ito Ue of Ay.'mbly/.


Friday, 11/\, June, 1'.S).--A Message from Hi
Excellency the Goivernor:
(No. 1.5.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Conuinadhr .in-Chief.
.The Governor has the honor to forward for ibW
information of theib Horirablo House of A isslemldy
report anid p!arn .Pdreis,.d to him by' the BRoadJ of
Works, in r.ply tn the Message from the Ulrn-
orable H i r.f d(lat,:d 4tb .uine. 18 ). enclosing ;.
coipy ,of a i'otition received by the Honorable House
from Mr. C. B. I .qbarm.
The Governor ta the i hrinor aho to inform tl.-
Honorable House that. the work on the spot refer-
red to in Mr. Inhaum's petition ia now eus:peded.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,)
9th June, 18:80. f
The Bil! Entidld '" An Acr to .nithorize tihc W.L
r'epariimeat carry on Wa'-like Expei met1-'s c.,
the Coasts of tlheF Islands," "as read a ihird tir::j
and pas.ed.
The, Eill 'r. iled "-A N .\et. to provide fo, L.,
payment. of the Mop',niger an,l Dc:.-rkeepe:- f I.-
M j-.' 's. C i'rncil,"' v.'.s rrad a third ti c- '4nm l
passed.
The Bill tu videide for '.: te lief of beimaula
Fe:p.,,aini fa!l;i, irto tistlrmeaa *:,oiirra w q rf,.d, ,_
''ril li'.' anr1d co irn-, ilited.
MI r N t~ -t.r, ii ,- C(. h.:. .
''be House reimied.
Tle Cfiairm!n'; r nporit:d tie Phl!', an.' u.-:.
adopted alind ,o'!rr' ed in he 't n '--lied.
A Mossaige fr:,mn Hii, Fx'..1.r'rn.e ttl2? *, c;.:.,
(No. ': )
R. DM. LAFF'AN.
M ajor-Gari'ir t 1,
ve rihr The Gover npt ras Ih? Hionorh- to fort% ar'.i Lheie-tvih
to the Hfonor. ; ',i.i House ot Assembly. the ac.'int!s
of the P )l' i !i ". ,.dir rP made: up to tbe %!W. da.;' .f
M1,o !ast. in ., i'_i.,nre with ihe .:-j ,ie-t cO 'c.;.:-
in th Al Mo.ns.-, wr., the. l- h aornhle ; Ec',', o! ithe
25t1h .Niy Ism.'.
Public BuWiiOdR,. Hani!t.r.
30ill Jup1 18!t





C iritilt :1. ,
M r. ( 'ool.c.' ; .

'The N u-w' i ; i.-.
1 'pThef'i .h m ,i : W A sle, and in. Ius
T.. r '. noi ; a t r, :, ..: 5 ;. d Io ,? : e- St i -'>j! i'.i t "-'. o
The ""o!urt oIt( ota; oe ap
the wvh.ole fP -:' ir l .i ..a ;E or H
ExceIlen-n '-- a.- i:' i, t ::
Chif Ju ia' c i ; i .
M r. .. F 'lib i' :. ir.
Thn e Atr.e .. ,i ;, l h i :Le '; I n *
mended! ti- I' : i i rdpr ; PY to a' c uLi;
in in in;'ea.. Q -.- M! be., U t it.y co; Av..
Islands.
hr. Friu: p. n hi Ci!iitaei ri :.
Ayes 1 0'C: : -. ;ll, P \I Coop'-, N J
D arrell. !; L.. -. .; FL it ,\ :. 'j. ter:. 'I
W MTra- ,1r, ~ '1 A:- !,, -M OL,-n.1,0l C : o.-
ision, J N :.. A .ii .i30 I' J M i a .
Nrs 1 --1.'-. k r, P :j 1 ia T
Dill SBRF An1a S .\ Haie., 1, :'
Keane, A .Tr 1 r ?' J'itdlet. :". Outer-
bridlge, \W P.. -'. .' ,F .- ''u F T k, R Tyne.
The Chn irwr a. n .-:.' i (; r!!'.ro reh, -ou. i
was lost.
The o i;i.'i.; '; ,i w tput arid atfli ned.
Ayes 13. !:
The I 'o i. e an 'i ad lop ted the Re.'oli irti
of the C'uMiLuI'. '.
The Alt r..~ ". -.r '-J1 iFTa. d the' Hous? to ego
into ColunrtiitCi :. co:.,-i .- theGovci nor's Mc?1a;e
relating to h n .i:' .'.. -. h untr's Est.te--v,. iL
was agreed to.
Mr. Cooper In the Chair.
The Attorir '- ;c,-' mr.ved tha it be recom-
mended to .:e H: .' a't t uthorigheo ro n aId tU
Dr. H unI't-.-' R' a-' 0res 0o the f sum puid inlo
the Treasum y o y ipor n ry tbh- agn-atof Iha Sli ;
S1 Sultana"--whi ) vz- d i t.
The AtULorPte Q'--'.r ai oduceld a Res[lve W'.j r
that purplra '-'-. hc '-ai r-.i a LSt time and (the
rule beiiing su,-.r..de',; a .,ond ti'e' and commit-
ted, reporteA!, i-td'-, ted, a1 crdr.icd to be engros- d.
The Attoreur.c-' v ',np.,-i rda,.ed the adoption of ihe
Resoluti.n-wv.Lib vwas acre-d to.
The At ltorn --y G r.' m.' -.'..e that the blank (b?
filled up F-'ohic, i o.',S a- r'd.d to.
The Attor.ny ,',, mnt 1i .F *.'! the 2nd reading of
the Resolutie'n ic.r r. t(r6"'-; certainn Import duties
to Colonel Gordon, ,'.U.F.- --rbhich was agreed to.
The Attoi,:,"- Ge,!era! r-'',d that thebo House go
into Commiittee on it.
Mr. Cooper in the ('hair.
The Attorney G-'neial ,,oved the adoption of the
Resolution-objecled to and affirmed.
Ayes 13-M-s'r, Speaker, S C Bell, R J P Dar-
rell, T N Dill, S Ii Gr;y, E H Gosling, S A Har-
vey, C C Keane, & A Masiter. T D Middleton, W
R Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker.
Nays 7-Messrs. N J Darrell, W J Frith, T W
Mercer, T A Outer bridge, A M Oudney, WH Wil-
kinson, T J Wadson.


The lChairman reported the Resolution-which
was ahlopted and ordered to be engrossed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 14t1, June, 1880.--Mr. Oudney presented
a Petitiou from the Trustees in behalf of the mem-
bers of the W\eslevan Church, praying for a Grant
in aid of the completion of the new Church, now in
course of erection in the 1own of Hamilton.
Mi. Dill presented a Petiuion from Mr. S. Saltus
Ingham, Jr., praying for a refund of duty on a
I steim.boat irrported 'u pieces from London in
SApril last, fr'. reason sart forthi in the Petition.
Mr. R. J. -'. ')arrell iaid on the table an Esti-
irnie of 'eventie and Expenditure during year
ending 30tb Juno, 1S81.
Mr. R. J. P. l,'nrrp-ll prnseuted a Report of the
Coru.mmittee on Contingent Accounts.
'ThP Ftiticr of 'bk- P:-rithioners and Members of
th'b Buildine Cormmittee appointed by them to
built a new Chturch in the Town and Parish of St.
Oe'rge, w-iF. c-'nsidi:red in Committee.
Mr. T. F. J. Tucker in the Chair.
Mr.'. yand mrnved thak the prayer of the Peti-
tien lie rate'l--hbieh wn.s affirmed.
es 20-'-.ep-r. p"iker, J F Burrows, F .1
C.oTr.er, N .J ,DarrcE. R ,JP Darell, *\ J Ffilth, H
H Gilbert, E H O(;lkngr, S B Gray, S A Harvey,
J NIM Hyward, W C J iiyland, C C Keane. S A
Masters, T 1) iAiddlejon .\ M Oudney, C Penis.
too. W R Peiiston. R Tynes. W H Wilkinson.
Navs 9-Mc-sr.s. ~SC BPll, P N Dill, R D Fra-
eei. J Fnwle, W% .I Fith, WV S Masters, S C Outer-
br iig, T .-i O .n.er.h.i. .i N Smith.
The House reiSumed.
Thie Chairmarn ri.it.L.d ihe Resolution of the
I ;nuvnitteo, which ai.dopled iby the House,
SA LMesmarv from is t-onIor b. Acting Gover-
nor :-
(No. 17.)
E. (C. GORDON,
.4A tin G(oerneor a.-d '.:,,nander. n. Chief.
ThLj A.?tirg Oor ( or:r :, l honor to lay I#2eore
,{h,1 Hon,!'ra!,!l Ho -ovf .hr A.hl.y tbe Report of
the ;'.oi;d'r of h- D. .u'Lo Savings' Bank mrade-
upr, t.- the 81i-, Marc-h '-, S).
Public Buildin- '. r-amil :r., j
14thi Ju n. ,0,
'. 'y i"r!..... n e~alve for repaymelut
I te sun: ,grant-d .h ParIh Chuich ii St.
ocr.'r .---".. bi : -. a..- fi t l t -iim e.
T t'e I-e.lu l e fol r j ;, ,'.' c Mr. Pt?rcy V. Tui-

hne', :'p.',-- t-s:. :,ac, ,,-- :rh, ti:. and p::ssed.
T"' Ail or -l, ; A ', provide fo: the
S ,-lir r..' B,- r,'- i n., S:. f, all' g into distreo s
'.hlr'o:.il." *a r!J .' .i a'. 1 passed.
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SIX PY NINET'

C 'i",' lie .rto" ite .'?',/, ,.: ,' h'.a e.
A WA.RNING.
The f'!! -W ins;.- 'iIliin.' fr,'om thf O'Westmniit r
S ;,\ ,. (wa' '. April 1. ,.'. will ha'- :!,!ii'-iitt.. :-. the bi. :t-
,t ,. .).;_u." t ,h- ple.-: Nit r..:i'e-ityy .f w a,.:-i.
S ;. r-;,i i :.:,la niy ut the aJ.1,wI n.t s iS tliqi
,':. il' lt .-' n eil oil' a, tHie St IuhiS. Thi- late
.,'ps aire r :-poiltA si -.i' t, nmiLi ke" past year has ia.-
d L a..'i.er- t i 'b f.lialli ..,ff .!i thie ,xpo;,lits. Biut. prs-
'--t .".- fiar bliglitt:r i, the n:.-xt Trrp. Meau-
'a ilOe ite d.ro.usIt.-.s that i0 %-\'e he-u oun.' ai ttie c.tuses
oft .ll tii. h.av agan '..aSaght forward the import-
anut question of replacing the des.tr'.vL-' forests.
Au Induian forest .ffi,-. r i-, to be conuultcd, and it.
is noam at list ac.knowledge:'e-: ], thatl ai vrsi-.pu ,- y-
temn o-f plautinu,- will pro~icnt th,- -.. ta wa.-tef af
raiu 'all that r-Ab.-, t5he saoil ev-.ry year of a. porutan-
ent .supply of nioicture."
AttL-ntio: is l'allCd al.,,i to tihu folluwiug two rua-
soti, fr the .,-'.earcity of tank watei.
I .t.--The narrow minded and cilp:I.ble pr.actiLce of
only gutftering a part of the rouf.s thus wasting half
at lea-.t of the tank filling poweo of a short shower.
2nd.--The illegal erection .,f Iou--e for habita-
tion i,.ithout tanks. Parish Vestries :have the
power Ito prevent this and ought, to txerise it.
P ERHIMDIAN,
June 10, 1880.

FRANCE.-The Company of Jesuits orie'red to
disolve onj30th June throughout Francet


Written Expressly for the Bermuda Royal Gazette.
THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY.
The Republican party has held its convention to
nominate candidates for President and Vice Presi-
dent to be elected next November, and General
James A. Garfield of Ohio has been selected for
the chief office. General Garfield is now the leader
of his party in (the House of Representatives, is a
Senator elect from Ohio whose term would com-
mence in March next, and has been prominent in
politics for twenty years. He is scarcely in the
frst rank of American statesmen, but he is the
first in the second rank or among the junior aspi.
rants to fame and position. He is in his fiftieth
year, and such success as he has attained is due
entirely to himself. He had to work for his
schooling, and had passed his manhood before he
could enter college, and he has been from the stait
slowly and laboriously working his way from a
plain and humble origin up to his present position,
Ha is -a man of very good abilities, clear in
thought, well balanced, and at once ready and
calm in debate and statement. Though coming
from the We: i, he is for hard money, and though
inclined to favor protection, is as m.-derate as he
can well be, representing as he does a district of
iron mine-, andr manufactures. Without a brilliant.
reputaticu, be has a good and growing ore, and it
i. deemrned safe- to put in the \vay to higher honors,
a mann r-o b.s so far well and ably filled th,' posi-
tions he has won for himself. He went into the
convention as the debate charged with the iute-
rests ot Secretary Sherman, a leading candidate.
He was not a candidire himself and prot'eted with
apparent ho';esty against the presertatin.u of hi.
n Bam.U. Put i was hn instance familiar in miuch
conventiirc-s, snd rn-.in i, h. been sho'\ n thai. .heI
nomir.r.ion to the chicr office in the U_.ied St.,'e
do. rIot come to, him who solicits ii. After thirty-
fiv. ballots, extending over two days, for the pto.
eminent aspirants in the convention, the tired dele-
,-,,s ., wiIr h-.d bern voting for the other candidates
sve on.ie, combined their forc-e, and at one sweep
took the unexpected, unexpecwing, Garfield to the
f:-ort, :ind made him Ubeir nominee.
Thp aiomOt prominenPt candidates we;e General
-rnlni, She, aoan tbe pres-ent Fearetary .o the Trea-
rury, and Fenator B!hine. The two last named
'I.ve beer, the longest in the field as aspirants to
the office. They havw been for monah- or vea.rs
planning an-1 cont:riving ty open and pioper iP-'Vans
to sI'cure b, tomini ion. and iha.e pil.-,'d all
the sbnery ,rf e!etlion. to obtain i'. Gueral
Grpnt waQ taken up only a fv; months ago. His
toi. ri:t.und !.,e word had te,,n at.,,nded wi! -.-
much noi'.i i-an att.-tiOon, "that he a? mor-: ever ?sc "p 'd confirmed in the go )t pinion o!
his co'nrtrym -. Th'e cornpplirr.p etshe r. ':iro.. ; n
Eiuropn were ni)t of the fashi)nabl, or trwv.[.'i'!
kin.J but. we' rdicriminatcd nnd grtif'ying, anu
Feemed to be b'rsed .'. an eunmatite f '1? milit-rv
skill more flattering 'hrn it had cv r ', n t.bnuhi:
ah h')m onu!d ,J f!i for him al-rb',Il. NVL'P Ii:"
cnm- back, .therefore, he vw a gi;.ete] th poputla:
de,: nt'.rntions whirv h 3eerhmeeCd pn p, .ne,.us.r but
v',', hare -....d p'lit1 :rnd politiciaRns ibe.bin them.
The Genera's u'noue 'on was c:amucce.] wi,, the
nies PrciEnlftnv, ,a1d it came ,o b., u-.'sK,.tod that
he a,:d accert th-e n.Iminatica if i; .era teund..
c-d him '7ith a general or F.r"ffient uauaimily.
nad hbe anid his adt:-rents k--pt of this ind,1 it.
would harw leIn well eriough, b ut s.'tions cppo
sitic;, ,. encourit-red.. A.\ i.-e n m .r of repub
!icans "w r qutfe .adlvi e to the el-ctio ,'-,f the
| e-!,,:.:J .- in 't.Li. d !'-,e to the pr. ; *.cy, an.l
tI':",:': 'i.'i!': w ;o :.-t7 n poli..i-an "* .ji. c lu:.' '" < /
..c.h .n election. ye t ',ought he Lad tLcciei hi
fi L..,' .: h ,onor' in ;-inu elected f: tw. o terms,
i -jI t-,'. t ;'c- i tui'i v ry well be content. ,wa l let
.* _r. L'c1 else bre'C in f iiurn. The Gikut. fut ti.r
i l.i' i .., :! verc.rn hi r' oppo ftlou lato is C:iS -
id.,.y', _a-id t i3y o i .out i". ihi U jmust a'arcsiv
and 9'.m inoe'ir inr pirh. Tbr; delega es to thb. n'.-
Sti, .-al ominating convent ::u are ch-'.en b tie
.p. ;. ,..tes in th eii !i..oc. couveatious cCalled
... I.:. ..; fu.-p..e.. Ir &ny o' these, ard t a,o iyv
', i! lai.t .New York andi Penes. l'arnia the
t i' L an i!:i: i"-r v.. 't'et were inea ly eq, i:l,
;a y: il .. u ae .. "huChI'e -onti lied ,bl
t r.. .. r: .; tIb, .':-- -'' ', ii;c ;.ne ei having ii -i!'
,'.*. : d. i !. ,:2 i, a ai -t ..II i ri te-
S:, *.'nd ". ., ,si..: 'n. t-L a r .lucta, t .ss.scial .
Th.i alo, ( y :. .'" r,.'jor[i(.v, im'l -,id i ae unit
oil. .. ".:, -, ::,, re iiri.g i th ie J'.es o

t.. 'h" .S1.'..' .f' ".. "Y i O !Xt i jt ;hr ,i '. ,. 1 l i :I
r'[.c !- i 'it" i' irt', -,' '. e ,l l.u rlS 'jr -i* st t.,k t
"". '. I 'i 'i .i- ,U? g-r r ii a o Cr .( in

!.. .Lij .? .,' i -' ii l f *n n pic i In 1 0 i. nt. L ', "
oC.., anv t;, r i.y mi m .'ri'i r',- o w. rt.ee, .he .\ L.i
a .' .tv vt.!e. it_. nr- ua ionn l conv..t-ti,'., rou-?,t b.:
c'isi !r o .n -nrl '2 1 s'me ma,:. Det'l'Leun tLb -
i ',--0 co',ir ra tiO!'i of te : t'-t te? arid th a- i, "' .:l
: r7,"'7.1:19iI0 i'., !ar '-.ip ,f t(h'. rt .:;: v; -. .!iJ to
.,1 r d l" p- ,- V l-, ta.... .-. ;., ,- 1 hi l !.'
it to t'. ii'. .iir i i- : '.".: kfo --'; r.it' .., a. i"m Aj !h.

woliSI not he oin .fI i. "
I V. he1 tit ." 1r I coon cr loi l i,,et, it 's ? !
I' _1-.-: u 't' .M '.a' Gr tn, i IaM th l:-. I e?'c
foi! a'e "in r. l:.i- g' Cr:'. jt.rntt," c ern T an -'

',rrit i' s Wc- ".r:....- ,'"i (!,].:;r;i,.:, .-the chief: uf
c' wvs-:y, ibi.. re^y q 10.!! ,,;,-;:, Or 'b* .> t '-:',:t ,.,f 1 'ir
nit rn: :,'h-'"rt t', In varb.!a ways and al
,,, :v ,,in l ,:.? ,, u n, th', o.vur .".- ii, h i .ld
t.L'.a ti j :,ie e;,ietfs w,-:e r :-, 'd ,.'touli .3'b.. :..(,.pl
i! 0. h i-i .c, ..' ,,'A b. it N" -. Y .i k d:
y t i.t ..i. ... e ii. i' ; i, it rw m a n .' [i u; in .,'e '


w .' r,!.stient,-" to p,,:" ., i stT U i ;i .-; :. :;-w
i lr;-it a d wbhy. i ", '. a.: ,ouh d'. t is crc -,t
r, -. t-1,i if un'ielr :l il U i'U E,.l 'ir,- i we1-' _, s .
Iis cvse u.y vo tes v.illh o u .', t.. r.' ali.dil ,ti .'so ,Ii.,
1'.' ,he deci. ,ln. '.f tLe conrv .'ion, hbzre .'e i !.
del.egattl': were bold ;ai)?olvd r*a: 'ihe :ani r :,
.ta tbr.- v' d of a'te a hti wouli b: i'.ecciv:." '' .*
r,:bOl- V V.? i t. i'li.' re ,, :.ce i C fer fe '..l"u
days ..'vcited di.iciis.i.-n, t,:,-,k the rictio:y, wjieL
therni.w e would h:;re b ..-.: ce:t"^in foj.' ,Uran,, uway
f:oai him. Hl ti e ~ t c i, t;aos, all ;anf :;
of tlle Unlid St.'t., who ba.1 heco.-e! i .,..i.1 d,-.-
g opred the'r r~s?,ectii, .-tate deleg ,ion! iu ,
siletn an1! d4i gusted coo p..a saw iiir p!.n-.
fail, 3a1 d t 3- le5ga. te -,,:t fto) .i h[ Un .
r:;!e, reAe';i.d v their i! i i t .t-iu
a-nt tT, irn O) e e fitl ? ;1 : !' 41 r- A'I ?.: ,ii ,,-
firth d;y, -in he co',e, 0i4' ": ., .- -
man 9:3, 'd 74 W r'- divide .,r.,ng '.v -:ak r n.1i-
dates. T'he Or.;t rt.aln:y ; i .O'-:i:kiCb r.p';, -\ ~
ont the ft o dayve ~ a!it.1m ng. It : ,-a'. boj'-i .'ha- '.v
his lI.rger numbers, if h-..id ; r1 -ly togt'L" :, w ,;Ii
gravn tI Ih cl ;T(!i n ...tes :-is th. .. a.. .. of
the ..o;her candidrts g:e9,' s urlr. Nr.,v Yer.k
which under the unit n r.le must have given 7)
vote to OriLnt, gave him ou!y 51 ; ani! P,. On-la-
nBa which would in the b aur w.1 v h'v- gircn ';ra
58 vc's. only gave him :,*. His marg3-. :x-
poeted that some of the:e diverted vots v,,.uld
corn, to hLim, and tbnt at all events wn'. the
"break," always looked for, came, votes enough
from tbe abandoned candidates would b? given
Grant to elect him. In this they were disappointed,
a his numbers never went beyond ;13. Hi; op-
poneuis, who were all opposed to a third term and
desired to defeat Grant, conid not combine easily
against him, as they feared also, when they dropped,
their candidates they would lose control of their
votes which might go to Grant or to any other un.
welcome nominee. So, for thirty-four ball-.ts, the
voting was kept up without material change. By
that time the combinations were made, acd the pse-


pairing candidates opposed to Grant were ready
to withdraw, and Garfield, who before that had one,
or at the most, two votes, was taken a up, and on the
36th ballot received 399 votes, and was declared
the nominee. Grant's vote on the last ballot was
307 three more thau on the first. To conciliate
or console his adherents, the candidate for the Vice
Presidency is General Arthur, former ly Collector of
of the Port. of New York, one of (he most conspi-
cuous Graut men. They did not. deserve much
consideration, a4 in supporting their candidate
they had displayed more arrogance than tenacity,
and their cour.-e ibot.h before and at. the convention
had excited great. indignation. But politicians
seek suciaN-eaP and cannot afford revenges, and the
ticket, na i' is seems nic-'.t likely to win. It was
deerripdl polite, t.x, to clte in apparent good-will
a convention Gf unusual length and beat, which
bad been mo- elaboratey and expensively prepared
!or and conducted, and which 1had been called on
to s-et.te question off p-r''y gcv;-rnmr nt of extraor-
dinary inler,.t i:n-] ;:Bp.rt:an(, :.?.

Latest Nvw;,; by I he Stcr. Muriel."

MR. GLADSTONE'S PLANS AND POLICY.
LONDON, June Q -The )ior,,i.nq Post says : The
House of Cf',moni will be a-ked to-morrow to eo
into Committie It War an fd Means to co' sider
certain financial rsol!tio ; vo be moved by Promier
Gladstone. a (,bizwan-l o1- :f th. Exchequer. It i.
believed that ih_- e,,oltion, will embrace propo-i-
tions of some tiragitte vo:,vin, V the inipoiitl,-, nt
new taxation. the :edruci A:o t-jxafion, and the ro-
arraugermrn o0f ioiio. h- riceessity of ,prov-
i)g for the cxee-ivi ex?-e i,'.rei o acrount f th
Afghan war wi!l b ,t .,nd as oe of the rea-
ons for diNtuirhiing the iui!!t.i police of ibe late
Governmeu;, a:u;I ;j:.rt N ,rIJPuIal4 very mWieuc in
the nature of ,upple nutai hldget.fr It is "..o-
probable i a i t propo;r a! 7il- ,He made to throw a
portion o: t eb, c':,Rt o.f the i A '', war on the i p
rial revenuess'
The D,.abi T-,.'1.,? h a -. : 'It is unde.rst.,a,d
that Mr. Ghld t,- : wi:l. .,I T"i',h reday. address thep
House o, Comnm,'. npj ni'i' te financial policy
of the late G ove i, :l s :,." "
Earl Granvil', Frlar .rJr iff.irm-d a
depu'ation yes,.'- ;i '- had been i -arrinet
on which nego!i..i,.) Fj r e. .-J'- treaty of commerce
,'tl, Frale. .: p... .:d. Mr. Gladstane. h-
lativ' d, t:: w .: L ;w.at: ,.,t I, d.i:j dv ant 'aou,
to either co ti-- it ,',- ta P t-in,.-
G.ad........ .. .. ... t,'! a ,. bt, empowered
i,, trip v 0 t2h F' ,. a- ., i :* : l., i, e, r redu.'tion ..,
the dutieC ,,l wV. ,'
Th .. -. : a, uuder4tand that
Sir Bart!e Fr -;' f '.:c .,- h,.- M j try's H'ih
C':-'J'mikuiLioiner t i 'aL o ,',t Gooad Hopfe ill he
p.'d ti ahiout l:. e ..d ,, thc pre.e',t mo thb, and
then all ir'r h.." a.,... .l.t;. ,nit th.-it ; ,;ccJtnt w ill
',a^ T h= ."'. ..' : ,; ,', art.i,. F r r._ s Pli. h
'(.' t". -,. ,ouei- t'.Le. 1 ;,e:, e .;S;,d.
LaN r 'N, Jiu,.- H .--Ti..? S** '.r.. i sas. ia under.
sfhr;id that i c.--uA qi ee- ib "E *.h '-. awa .i rhe
v.... F .,'..", _.L W ;;in.i L:iw-
:.. : d ~' .1 .. : ..".',.. Lu U -t "L .,
fh- recall of SL T: -',. .. .at .
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