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: VID00025
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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o.25.-Vol. LIZZ., ST-9,TL StJza WAS ANWIQTUrA5 1.prA

SBERIHF DA jThe Chairman reported the Resolve, and iti was
---.. adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
ProceedalingS of ihe Leoisl:itive Ordered, on motion of the Attorney General, that
Council. a Message e, .sent to i-is Honor the Acting Govei-
S..nor to inform His Honor that thi. House bas not
Tuesday, 15th Juie, 188O.-Pursuant to adjourti- ect it to rrnt the ,1a.yer of Mr. Chai le 1. Ins--
ment the House met. ha Petitl:.ia, arnd ht t tia use li.9 no wiTh .or
Present-His Honor Josioh Re, tChief Juntic-, thework to he further suspended.
President.: The Attorney Gener-l introduced a Bill to in-
The Honorable Au.':stus .T. Musson, creek ,, i. th e itime.of -i, f Jutice-,.sbie was
Wm, H. Gosling, roa irst time.
Jame H. TrGoslingm, aIr. Dill introduce. a Resolve for refunding uon.-
Eunius H Trimigham, ties to Mr. S. S. Inghom. Jr.---whict wa iea, ad
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey, 19t ljime.
James Tucker, Recr. Genl., Adjourned to Fridiry net,
G0. S. Tucker, -- ----_-., .
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy. .r
The Hon.G. S. Tucker presented a Petition ftom rao e s
Trustees on behalf of the Members of the Wesleyani: T I eI f Hamilton Parish
Church, asking for a Grant of money to assist i Ha j Ladie () Hamilton Parsil
completing a new Church now being erected in Intend having anr;
The following' Message from His Honor the cI Cream and f anc
Acting Governoi, was delivered by the Colonial
Secretary:- ''C '
(No. 13. Wn, )Ben. T.) rott's
E. C. GORDON, ; T.
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief. ,'W SHFdl im6 \
The Acting Governor has the honor to lay before Near the Shelly l, Race Cour-se,
the Honorable the Legislatire Council the Report-
of the Auditor of the Bermuda Savings' Bank meideo O | e .iesd T
up to the 31st March, 1SO. -
Public Buildings, Hamilton, The 23ji d Ionstiant.
14th June, 1880. J Proceeds in aid ofa Hearrse.
The five following Bills were brought up from Fe tb3 House of Assembly and severally read a first Mfozart Favorite dziicC will .e 1i at!iidaIce,
A Bill entitled "An Act to continue an Act to 1 *; tVI Rt L.EY,
authorise the War Department to carry on War- NIlanriger.
like experiments on the Coastis of these Islands," Ilamilton Pari h, June 14, 1880.
A Bill entitled An Act to continue an Act to
provide for the payment of the Messenger and ; .rS-ry Tr-, S
Doorkeeper of Her Majesty's Council," -- v ,
A Bill entitled "An Act to continue an Act to A Frcsh Supply of
amend the Act entitled an Act to provide for and
to. authorise the erection of Sheds on the Wharves B andso0 ,Calic es.
in the Town of Hamilton,"
A Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the relief ALSO, A NEW LOT OF-
of Bermuda Seamen falling into distress abroad," ALS AN W LO fOi
And, OOts & Shoe
A Bill entitled "An Act to amend "The Wreck iA
Inquiry Act, 1880." J. C, K FEN Y
The two following Resolves were also brought hami!ton, Tuun I lit, 13i0.-2
up from the House of Assembly and severally read I ---- .. ...
8 arst time:- I
A Resolve- for refunding te C6ahnel E. C. Gor- _
don, C.R.E., the sum of 3 15', being Import Duty
paid by him on Horses imported as part of his Mi- ---
itary Equipment,- An d Undersi gnid has Receive- f
A Resolve for paying the sum of 300 163, to i"1 L Tonl: a first Ca j
meet the balance of expenses incurred by Mr. P. V. , %. -
Turner for inspecting the Post Office of Bermuda. '.., ,,'-
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham presented a Peti- \"'ith nov'ab!e tigrii.s, ide, *t T* Z--l!U
tion from Mr. S.S. Ingham, Jr., praying for a re- landd" Is prpared to attend, at 'crv ,'ousnp-
fund of Duty paid on a Steam Boat imported from 1 le at1,, Juveniile Parric-., Conert., i ic', ~ -
L dTnfln in S tin 1ons- ffiorreao sta4 itd

onJUUUU ILI OWLJO---1 r s nuis Kaleu.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 18th instant at
11- 80.

Abstreeat of the Proceedinqs of the onoralde
Spouse of Assembly.
Wednesday, 16/h June, 1880.-Oa motion of Mr.
R. J. P. Darrell the House considered in Committee
of the whole the Estimate of Revenue and Expen.
diture for the year ending 30th June, 1881.
Mr. Wilkinson in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell presented a Report on the
accounts of the Public Treasury.
The Petition of Samuel S. Ingham, Jr., rela-
ting to the duty paid by him on the importation of
a Steam Boat, &c., was considered in Committee.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Dill moved that the prayer of the Petition be
granted-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution
of the Committee. X
The Petition of Charles B. Ingham relating to a
road near White Hall, in the Town of Hamilton-
was resumed in Committee.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The question being put on Mr. Oudney's motion
of the 4th June last, that the prayer of the Petition
be granted-it was negatived.
Ayes 4-Messrs. A lM Oudney, T A Outerbridge,
W R Peniston, R Tynes.
Nays 22-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop-
er, R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, T N Dill, RD
Fraser, J Fowle, W J Frith, S B Gray, E El Gos-
ling, H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, J M Hayward, WV
C J Hyland, W S Masters, T D Middleton, S C
Outerbridge, C Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker,
W H Wilkinson.
The House resumed.
The Resolve for repaying the sum granted In
1857 to aid in erecting a new| Church at St. Geor-
ges, was read a 2nd time and committed.
Mr. T. F. J. Tucker in the Chair.
Mr. Hyland moved the adoption of the Resolve-
which was affirmed.
Ayes 17. Nays 11.
Mr. Hyland moved that the blank therein be fill-
ed up" 9'00."
Mr. J. W. Pearman moved that it be filled up
*' 600."
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that it be filled up 300"
-which was negatived.
Ayes 8. Nays 20.
Mr. Pearman's motion was negatived.
Ayes 8. Nays 19.
Mr. Hyland's motion was affirmed.
Ayes 16-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, N J DLarie!l, S B Oray, E H Gosling, H-H
Gilbert, ., J!i Hayward. W C J tHyland, S A Har-
vey, tfean-. T .1) ,.i'leu":, WV R Peni6als.n, C
:'rn:i'o\'. i. T vyn's, VW .; 'Vilki, son.
Navw 1.2--Messrs. S C Bell, T N Dill, R D Fras-
er, J F,,wl,,. W J Frith, W S Masters, T A Outer-
. Q CV? o n*if.Al,-n A s M(n1iur I r WTPptnr

'f le 't .ui' is fi rst (I- :LS., a.11.,j Ilk:i ) deii lit
umovemt'uids of thru Band are m~r, arnmusi nu .I~


For Ale,
T U BS 'NE.W Y 0 1. I

J. T. [)A PIlt EL J4 O
fT i~ i to,,.j tic1i5, 1 86d0..---li


Warranted burnt from

the~ Ture

For aeb

June 8, 1880.-tf

For Rent,-
In-Paget Parish, the Premises now
occupied by Mr, Hienry Richaidson,
aColprising :

And Six Acres of LAND).
For Fu-tLher particulars please apply to
P.gel's, June 15th, 188U.-2 pd

For Rent,
A Desirable Summer Residence.
Situated next East of ievonshire Dock.
Apply to /
14th June. i680.-3
^-.^ ---_^ -.-, ___ -^, ____ __ > ___

Sor-" .

At pires's,r; oeeupied by (,. n C:.I, "-: ;-.
Possession give, on Ist JlaInuary next.
Pnaticulars nlewei anl-v at the Roval

ofioli vra.nta'y r' Iit ~~
their; :D 1 He N .
F 7'st of n t~ iJit, I 8S
Wi~ou e-p-vet to '~o:,.' h.'z fur-
ther N'Ie

~ IOS I .iJu 1iiln- 1'd-10. C~lj3

wlh1 a Cdol- in:-cd hii-i Manuofrictimer
for 010. sapply of l1istruraenits uitnbe -,for this
climate., is prepvareO to furnish theni at pricees

Tiic-.rd, ful! 01 'AraIVC 1! -eI fi 1-1 f ote
\%,dujpn..i( cCa:sen aisr6.4 i rine. Plef~st! call
In w'd t .'1 hola.


To tie- Ladies of Jplerinuda.

\ t~idngs, up i'e'vra styles uo sur-.

*s~s', N.N.Ih.(~ -,l!i r~ oda
Wn~r'rr, with .Ch1,icc Fic.ift*.i l NtkI

E. V V. Y IF` R

.3', ~ ~ ~ ~ h has~h 3~3J

(. Tad au:dil;(io.,11 e qv~, SI14) CUM-

~ lIl r, ..r, ::I uaElhe J~-k.~ Illn! ri li :;nr'd

I *~1a ii Aiiigu-IN

ef C 5-i.. ---
l~i(D 11' i A IT

~.idr Ivi~iI~, 4N. 19 A, 0. V,
rleh.lio ku
l..ay, *

01~~~~ F,~tr o bei o.
Ft~,pu rQ S 1' ES 1"?Ax)
c !I(- t Ta'-le BV "I'll Ell

CIACA"jO i solicits the p "It 1 on. a cof
( ~ ~ ~ I ,'rlm3 vo~r4t v thf- h 'eat .rvr~itlc
cf, c ifle C,4 T1':I: : l I -'~'t C 1 ,,, i -.3L~P
1~i~~:ie'~selected P~irmn Pi culir-i'~I ne'

~ 'CI na ~ [i~j teI ou r, &c.C, me1
and be convinced that there e ate no eri Goods
to be if)uInd ha~n at

'-aliame ut. Street, nc~to 'lhlotirnc [-1ouc,


It beia'n ,nekivwlt'g-ed to be tme finest ICE
CR E .I eve. -innd and for the convenience of
my Customers will put it up iii Fancy Boxes of
half pint, pirnt andr quart. Wanranted to keep
hard a:. a rock.
Also for sale by ihe late at my Establish-
Cool SODA WATEI' R all flavor, on draught.
As well! s a fill stoek of Fresh CONFEC-
TIONEiRY aIvhlcs en i.nd.
S iEE.. AE. M?,
FEast Broad ','x,
Ap:1 )mIh, (1380.--3am


-J14 A L~
TI-!E Y.'.Ci-IT

-. (' 13*., X..,ill pot feet
F,,,ii fuidier n;artici !i rs alli wl o L! T -' .

I~e~umF~ T. -11\. D 0.),k (iiow/ 5'c~'~ fi

Pa~ii ~ i ~~iii D.:kI(T isheeb;110i~i t-%:*Public information
Vim pa m I I D I): k-'a "roi'tt 1 -, ;tJillv riextF re -n POST
,~ ~ -~ ~C A 1? 1),will i 1hun, eat the vfarivug- Pos
~~ ~ ~ C-4 'tces ill -l:'-ham.rtd o'n Payment of -J1~'. per
~~ 4 ~ lier ~~ Post Car-1. E .'e'.O~m
Wih u~i o.-,ai rh.R..E. WEBSTER,
N.L.T 1*:id~i'n o tVCha~l.,. ~Colonial Secretary.

Ev ]3:-i%,lnrv nid other 1ietini.-thus INcrease of' Postag-e b&af
-~* V1t11I~fth~W')1C wee~ Biiud a --d thel United
J. ORESBlYStates.
('ap3'cw in. Charge 'V "Xipal E.-~ab~ishw:ents. ~C,..,..j.
.T- n I- ,-I A '

~o r a I e

Valoable ~e ~saeIn

:% imI f ed, near:I the Pnrk h C'htirchI, w ith -2

AND) 'I.'ANIS,,&c.
'.V 1 1 1)eP. so JitIn I L i i1 q for iu re

T a 12I 'r U d-- vai o Pj lrcl)I't's, !he I *:tid 1be-
Ing ander goo]cv1ii va c;(,U a111d very pruiid etive.
.1 IT o I. U! Tit ji!1;p i r :iJ uL'iii' :i iy'can remain
OP~ Bor-i and isI iort gi~cte,
r f~u i ipar; cu 1urs, &.C. applyv to
PO .I.,I alriiiitco i

N1 notice.

Ic a Sir Geo'. F..S'eyniour" naijd "I eivy Par-

Ci zao N-A It)1 N TS diiin-; aks R ICUl'
Ha ill Chic.:, t(OuloogI A
HnffC hst, '.titlish Li-oakfasiT '17 A
piahrrelk P0) iland CE' :dTV; A', 4t-1D i,4hol.s
13a -"'qOA'lU' Van Of?.N' a;'l BR AN

H.-Of Barrels BEEI~F Bo."t'- F..rib i''E

'nck-s Mavacaibo COF)FIIEE
cases i -%Vc fi ~s C as9e -,'1 1'9r E. R
C ~rul (ish41--& SM,(~A !-.
f Br.ldo; H -1XV ;s .A;;tr:r OffL
& c 'NzC.

Cjliares A:iderson &. CO.'

11 ('&uii aw 1", C., Lonidoti.-

fo~r (Gijf~di, 1: : nwq, 0% md ~~flatrleol :01 o.


Direct C monthlyy Steam Com -uni-
cction between

BI'er 'Wda &London

STIEA ERS leave Lorndin the last Thursday
in each month. o
R. P. ATKINS &. CO., Commiszion Mer-
chants, London, execulie intlcndo.., i,'r every des-
criptiou of (Goods for hipmeiint by these Steam-
ers. Market plates secured for con.nign-
meiits" of Bermudrl:i Produce.
For Frci!h:., Passano, an;d al information,

A pply to
Si P. AT NS & CO.,
Agents f-or Steamers,. iamiltor.

P1.\ NTii -.,S iing to grow JERS-EY
KiON I'''YPOTA fO.S for the English
Market next -,e;.o0i, are requested to call upon
i "." P. A'Ki- .N C( ., uuillton,
t< '*.,. .-"': ':" '." L ist, o f e-i ; /,.* ,_ fl u i o.
S L. st ',e in '- 1.1; 0
Jersey Li : *:" : '
NO., B' ims 2.. to IS Dlo.,
N.B.-Dilect .teaners monthly to London.

,TH JIPNE, 1880.,
i\OTfICE iL4 h'reby givton that on and after
~L~tit, I St 4-f .july, next, the Pnstage or, Pre.
p;ai(d, Lvtte eisirtW001I Isl ~a~nds and the
tUnite'l Siatt~-, of ArIlerICII Will be increased
fIiii~1 to) 21-J. per lhalftin(eeLC.
hy Hbll .ocd41oicy's Gomnmand;



,rie Undersigyned olrars to Sell
his Entire
87 C-i-R/IIJ
As theoy no%% sanmIl at Nos, 3 &' 5QIQ.on street.
PFr N~rI1ler ar-Liculars rI)pplv- to. the Unodr-
sig'iiefil imnediaIeiy.
Hanlumjvi, May 4th, 1880.*

Robt. G. Lee & O,
Cosimlssion Merchants
18 Lendenhall Street,
April 13, 1880.

Lime Lime !! Lime !!!

About 3,000 Bushels good Hard

i Warranted.
Delivered in Hamilton or St. George's at one
Shilling; per Iufhel.
O:d.irs left with MR. JoHN1 H. T. JacKrson,
Hiamiloui ; .JO!N 'HOMAs TURNERn, Model
FIarm," Kinapton Ilill, Smith's Parish ; or Tuno-
M. T'unr\LE, Coopei's Hill "1-lome Farm,"
1iamilton Parish, will meet with prompt atten-
April 27, IJ80,.

For Sale,

A Fine Toned Upright

Walnut-wood case, and made expressly
the climate.
For terms, &c., please apply at the
oanetfe" Office.
Hamilton, i arch W, 1a80,

Ice !

to- suit
- Royal

Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Ilamilton 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 Ibs.
and upwvard.
.4 penny half-penny under 12 Ibs.
Ilermuda Artificial Ice Company.
nHamilton, March -lth, 1879.

Por Rent,
In the Town oj Hamilton,
.1k| e S re nm s es,
S I, occupied by Air. George Sims,
Tiu E treot.
Flri la l ,., a ;r d 1 to





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Jflt:hMV1 )A A)YA 1~


hEasL. -..r. ~ ..~~~n.&.a~-vaLa.m.Ura'4S.- ~......A '',' -. . -e '~... a sa-:-n~-----~ri.. ;... t-. aa ,z.w ,. t'%..a~a%. ~ -
t~ ,. i* 't~.t'~AA~i~=''CW .t-- 4~aA ~ 9 ~'$Jcj ',Ju.~. -A~ i tIi.r ~-C.9rjj1.~Ii.iw~zt.4

I i- -a .. ; .. .i .
1llt nii:! P'. n .. _.:. i' U''i, ;L .j'.' i l .-.. ,
where thire ... i-'ter t k-. ., : be II 24 I; i --L.

June .I i
La. S Gn:l Rmarm.

Noon :

1 I sw I ', ," ''ii .' .',
16 .v v % '7 7 ; k, i
'" N -si' 7S i:j' i*l.'] 'ii le. l,' z varI
s 1 79 l Fine, iihzy
20 4.s'.S 7.. i:yV-i <,.I Fine, cloudy

Hla- nitonl June 2,2 1SS0

Coklon d f ",
10UTI JUNE, INv0s.

Shas booeen pleased to appoint
To be HEALTH OFFICER at iho West. End, in
the room of Dr. C. II. Butthrileldl.
By .JIi-s L., v!-It nvc,/' :' ,:,,1, .

C .-T. 1 i i .--. 1. 1 .. .

June 1:i.--- i'i.r! ,itn, E. 4 i.-ct castle on i'yv,: ; 436 tons, e,', .. II. iw, :,,, .v rnu,-nt.
19- Nor'eg' Ciia. aruil .r .aiic.ii, i-'hr'li.,.'.oi; C 'r-
-diti'; i-4 tns ci-a l lfir [1 I. -l v.:_"!i t.
Schr. H. B. Griffin, ileKuiie,,, Den.-rara ; r.' andl
I. u arl t. S. Irg,3 ais'!1 ,
'2I--^,i,l .-: : >ra. L, r,.,', V ii ,i,. i .-t l, l .. .I -
.orted ear-:..--A.-,i n... 'r nt! & C':r.
Junrie 15-Brigt. T. H. A. ihit, "Yenig, DeL'Ar J;
I014A bis,. and ;3317 box.-h4r p)tatin,.
17-Mail Sleamor MIr'il, Gilril,. New '.):- ;
boxs. ouitnr., 01j. hi,. vnd 3 biix s 1potaito .: '.
194-Vihr' ,iFllgra Voi, lioh-se, Mohinmi, t, Aum.kusti.,
In the Mail Steamer IB,,w i, Ni-sthi w i o'',I ni I, _w
York :- 51r. an!i Mles. iV J'a-ii, i. ji', IBl lj-..i'I ,
Mra. Lightb iurni, Mrs. Win. andi Mi :, i.,, ia ':L
tailL Luckenbaeh, Messr-s. W. (U'oiii.Le. ,Teh!iW i'at.-
kins, Viliam 1 iti, H. I'. %\ hitlnrv, 1!. M ilm.., -!,
R.. S. (.-i'espie, H. C. Outerbri,!.--, C. rcinr,,e, F.
Plante, L. M. Smith, G. Trimuiiiihns arnd A. Fr"ser.
--2nd Cal'in, D. Shannon.
V-In the Mail Steamer .1ifurh, for New York, on
T.huirsday Inst-The Worshiptul N. A. Butterfield,
hli IElihza Buittrfi:hld, LiPit. EPiri;;tp, R.E.. Li-ut.
-Turier, 99ioithe ot... wife and iiiant, Mr. ay!d AiGs, (.
A. Farnhbam and son, Miss- Kate Tuckir (Longtil d
Island), esrl Janmci Gale, Henry Dairel i, (Nvew
-York), 0. P. Connimt.
In the T,. A. Pi.t for DomeorSara-, Mr. A. f. Out-
oThe S.S& H ni it, l'ra._[,itan i;.,!,i. front Lonl.hcl
"1a Darlniouth, 16 dair s fromt the lIitter p.ort, with i .ov-
ernmer .t. stores uand Idoo fi,-r nimerchiant arrivc-d last
.eQenin,.--A,,',utia, NI. T. Biutter.-iold & -on.
Thip Italian'- Eariue D,,.hlat Puil. Captain Dara-
cl~n', from thie Cape tie errd uni :S days, bhulnd Lo
!13alitnoi'e in batlait, ;t :;ra.uig thte rock-i to thie East
of these IslPnd.s on the afternoomi of the 17th ins ant,
and caiue to anchor. lih was brohn- L. isb)2 ?urra\',i
a r on '..StU!L'tudiy. andil her bt-.., ('..n ic by
a driver vetedi-v, and i.,,un.! but. i, i'J- ., ri, 'c,. L..-
Ageut,i Ji.'li S. Darrvil.
The Sir G. F. S. o.... (:,p;in W:tiing,,n, leaves
otl Monrldav i'ex t. fr' Loina. rr.
1. ,I. S. F',,in' o.,, ?:ice tfir St. Joiri'-i No-'furitild-
aInd, run. agn aiist an Ict-li,-r iii tli'3 We have
.r heard vliat damage, it aliy, l slihe .utaine i.c

We are informed that the ;,w .Sti- I t.amn B',,at
of S. :,. Ingbam, Jr.,Esiqr., will le luun:-heil. frrim

BERMUDA PRODUCE in thle New Y.ak Market
June 17:-
Onions..................... '2
Potatoes .........6'........ G
o Trin-atoe a............. .. l,. ce .nt a.


,..NEW YLon, June 1H, l80.-Bark Exile, from
,Antwerp, reports, May 10, hut. 44 deg. :4m.; long.
18 deg. 50m passed a lasge boat bottom upward
and a long time in the water, as it had a hot of
barnacles on. There was a fresh breezo wirh a
cross well Iti st tih in<:, o1 wnil'l la,.-, f.,de.ovonred
to 1'iek it nil,, as it lookei:l like thel laiii.-ii of ,' 1u5n1-
of-wart. lhortly afl'.r .'";!l p.,:-c tl:ea F ,'-, l :, 'i. .i. ,'itf & nbout i ,.o-t. b i:.ip, whilruh
had }t',:n a -.*'j.iildt-:ble tilie i' tl,:. wacr, rnid
looked like a s.iriqht mast. The above are- prol.ia:,ly
of rhls: ,i-e!-k':. li-itisla tCrdnini~lg-shij' AtIlawhta."

Tnamwio Snip llS GONE i)oww.

Roe-KroT, June I15, 1SR0.--CIipt.Edward Millett pi.-ed ;qp a Iottl, flonin. i
the w te-r l.,ut ii !il'' ort iLi.; hairbour, v'li,.h
conta:.iti1'i Ti a 1. .!"T 'rom k--t rIlemoTnl(ii dui bi'nk,
.:in which was written, appari-ctly in great haste,
the following:-
' April 17, ls,'-i. Training ship Atalanta. We
are sinking in lon. 27 df-I., Int. '2 dog. Any per-
son finding this note will please advertise in daily
r)apers. JOHN L. HUTC'UINoS, distr-es-.'

TTYnxs' IsLLAND, 17th May, 1 580.
DEA Snrs,-We li-! aiddres.-.edl you in this form
on the l6th ultimo, :UinCO which the weatlher for
:dIt w. .t.'L: ... ,in aill that we c tOilid d. -'irc e
a9dd ovea ra una rte-F .'t rilliou butjsjlo ,iai, Lce-u
gathered, and are still ou hand, at the three ports
'of -the colony.
S. We have a good stork of dry Fi-hery Salt on
hand, both at Grand Turk and Eabt Harbor, to
.whii',h we are daily making large additions. The
scarcity of vessels for the past. 1 days has enabled
us to devote our whole attention to reaping arnd
gripding, thus; accurmnuiiting a stick ,'.ut: i'ut to
meet all thr, detrimunds f our ( istomers,
East Hrrbor hs alwi-... bt':-,n ioted fur the good
qualify of its Salt, but. this sa.-.on, eo far, it has
surpnsied all others in tle size and purity of the
Only 4 cargoes of Fi.,hery have been shipped
siw:e ou t;3tiri.s, viz., I12_ cents and I1) .enuts for Fih anwl

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tlcs i, crI Li l-cu u;.-.aud now a grc'.' 'l .' n ii
00 1110 i 01n j di1 c t-n i oti 1i'-:'-1i a; U .: Lth 5 .i
Ip l itou lUg .ega Wi'h Ie'ra i to.iL, -iw-d: 'if o i ,t-IV
Oii ng uin oii, win h l'.<. ia rci-' I.:.. fr i r -
ginl'-. ,t'h 1 'Lie n .ti '.. i. :i .:
F.Lllt-a .wi .-p oa whi .. i. ii Lit
riu u i ... wc- r ornd tr .l W. "i Cin nbio. a the

:4.C- awl -rcj \wa;-, pL-epart ci -. fr : u ,wirlis r tie 1i'-n
it VWi" -I t .i \II. I1 the '.C- .t c' f:ail. ie thci-o
l'r opn ip-..itunit,y 'of ret{ri." -- th." 1i A b, i,-.:
tas ii pendingg:. WITh S eve rni' i nters u t a'it ia -
at "-l tis-- lo in- i YI1i 1i .-i, r tur ii- t.'C. "I 'i \:. -
..r ib,'u Vi 'ie; td' c o m e l .Iln ;, i,.. iri- uvri;. i' i
S" ''~. elr we. .-s &0 1 1. ih.
?an. y O:. u ,ni- i-e t ,, "ulii'ii i o' ..'- .
*"-iP ii 1e t., b ga'';S-j li, ti-iI ts-- -.--0,i tii -.;

- i l g.;ir ;'> ,-. .o'iiii-s, ni'i app ea el, .'i t., i .f C-m '- -
MG&ttle.-. W\i an-.- ionud to h:ie m -t-, it Ho a u ti'rt.,I
at tin. w .,s ; :, ..iti-l v.'ill ca yi.ld- lin - a .
I' V iw. v5 p i ".;,.i., .,L[e. ('

fair '*sati-? store ltl'niiru%. As fi trif \-ks
e' y\" n v,:
rdSt I O At AS,'.. the ,,,-t c, a h th,'o
, encl, -e in n t it, y I ri .riiy o,. P t ,.' ,.::, 1 .hu n'pe-
poacn iug ldin.Ay on the lai .o ''

y 1 j -, i. i. l .; :,. T i ,i

;' 1 l S .t -1- t1 o pI.i .f t '. -L -I n aIi : t iT
:.'lt l.,'a i!.:CIs ,.I.r in.;. ij' r- t-tl. 1.': 'h-_ '- !1i :.,'
: 1 Do iU t ,, '-i. a- i _te-n t i .' ..r.:*i ll d :'.,
h M. -F'. ,;iWe .. P i u t h ninqu y ae'..r AR, ,ary
,,.l ;:,t.*> t : .,; l 1 : :- i' rn, pro v ', w 'ju, o' "tha

qu iour th i ;o .ri *: t I ri e. s
-'i t:ic.r W'ltrc-i.- making-d c A-inv 'kr e"..
Qi.: r on !e :in' vo n, 1 t M Wle ? o .. .

T. t >-. t att i 1 '0i t i .- rU e 'i ,''il In at. r

pc- f,,_,i s' of !i. "m oL,_- W itl, f in '.;. f,-w t T.'-
widely. To. 6 A ye?.,s v-m ,- n,., of good pI.o
pt ud enyou'arnpON to OH-Nv A Aul -^ily
,t'hl-4t courao_:'. to: pr.- vevrt o enuon.ti. t :, e; I '3 r .
=plo h u i .:,t vi mi :,h :o u.-!: ca at- ,t -
i-: t, WhiTio the eotr .i ltn wt be b'ne of*: he 'to-"
o.,i the only .ff- p:et ipVs beu' the ri tt -oil
TliK'rlVA-y '-'-.1 W lS.r au :';'W- r-r Aye;-r .' i-u
P '. It'honef ,- r- -':to :. :, th ct ci:? outu; 'aos
ha b in o i-1'.. -:e a l i f f i. ii i1 .-. .i

.' ,-l 'i10 ". .s. r ',t.M 1ho.,- '" :ti l ,;h-;e'- 'a n oVr-
alL.j if all 117 --' sT i'- t i -E-Li. ;e&pJ(id asS \v;-.^
nlutipaLte. in S io th'er. W ti ,-0.b 0 t'ons. tr Ctl.,
tliao;.-i7 t' .' i. o i.ntf tl:- t-z. A ,, r. ..!- t ,
iatike-t, larger -:!iGmc-i o. a i.a. hcc G4 '

Angl .. p ie-;s t 1erE :.fitaiL '-ai -Ua iL. ,% 'i: I' Cf iAe o t
K0v11 lutH .-n-ey Ko'C *OP, HOOi n ii MiiNhr'.: : vfat
ii I-a.:'wei ek ,-0ul.l'l.. ;" T '- r --L with '!. u :t_-It0. : i:t d l _t 11C -
',- :ir."._rap I -k J c -..'3 a- ? ,i ranisi;c on]
cit' of pl0 1 P ,'5i'iu'.r p 'it.l' 'iOW C-1nCl ? 0' e l-'r
thli-a art I Iit-- to n.1W.-r to this 'siii- t'n unot CW!in-
fl i-itury. T'o rite -. a tI. -Ith ; i itS,. -o, i'4 Hi tA L
-om.Am ouity, therei,- i littli- or n Lin T, t ,- .-i l tial.-
tr iin inc-mo-fdw wagre.- and Sa'Br d'ti i'C- Occ'ifpit'ltov
o bp- rl ltrae-t s -,are of benefit,4i od m-i-y i.:vt-
d.,.co thi, by t -e ', d ..,'. .'.i f .. :-

il.,l- is in den.srid. BLut c.' -e h-i-e .af evil r.a
expr'a ie i'ed, w:ii'ih is pr ,u.: i,. .:uriuz it,.':l : in La',. -
ani r... --.-h .r.h-;l lali"ii- dl;-a.w" 5 '1t, frirui it,- lc;'si^-
inpr,_ ailing, and in ; he i[ .rs l a-S tc:' w:ir-. 's.-
1.' pai~l for gf-r:1 lahori. Tbi're ar.- mau- who
wide.rn tlh' ,lnds th- ye-i uliatu. bnd who d,> o oct t.
cpti. tri look t'::>r returnMs to covc-r tlie, r reil .uI,..l y :

cut in share on the co-ciperatirt' 1)rineil.le, lnd thi,
owners of lands in' cases have not earned a

are thnuswh- who i.c, out their land.s to Plente r.3-i ie
'..... Di.. parth snt; tde o itdo ih i. b i, t h: -:-.' thert.- as'-

5053. 'ely .--,.-' :iri- tlofise who o,: : fl:.e lands and have
."'?i' t.i m'i -,,-O! til '^, eutli- i- to ch v._ri' the it'flit i n"-? i. i'
''a-iS "is, '-, .! -:r :r :', i in- 'h f -. ,,u 'nut.l tie :--ho--mi

a.riu y.. wii! Itiisi:-, .r !r e t to. tr i2r. -:' !", an, i (...1-.a ?.

:al, id .oii .. .oi '.tm .lu'a l lc-nt iwall i'M,. '"[ tell. ."'-
ui-r.lily i.,toe, S tr -- the r,:i f plant g ir ,:,i,. rat :'o ., Gt .,
t,-!uI- Reid'" rpini o tri of i rni.. g. in.. "uuui-a ws
thit it w .ce.rll byri ng a com'.ept-tcu i'-- and rc in.. coin

f,.,rt to the i-'ple, w without pil vm a ,,l- pi7 l Ourcc
'of toi tune. It i onl within t hi the !;;st ft-v,'Jyear- th, is p!u.i,.ls t iru.-.iu,:s- : -: ..-'_- .' yv in .
t..ri l.s t (il-uae -nisrJ?. ; 10l ct 1 ,
it it:S ,,S c. '. T rplt ile; '- ita.iy ': : _:,,, ':
m2t.I'eh'i uis wi "i o '.'Li Ct i,,."C e Ti t,:i p ". '
!:t iund 'to 'i;u've for 1E" -r"nria'l l t h- -- : :'o
re-t in .- .Msi it is thtiir n. a ifcl-t iutr.- i L to, Io .r.
'fi at the p1 -: -t -Sy._t ;a cf t U:.lti-i 'r..v...
-in.- i .:iti- -, i F=.v ii '} ; ut thu .:r l
'ifii.- itv i li.- in k ..ov.. o: .: w t iriprovo on it, A
er .it. pui. rchn-s n ie lit., i .:1i.-l, I t the- 1 ;. ikc
- -i -'.' A .i ll. poit -:' .i.-'- ar .a: i om :i.ijp',.
i. u :i ". p" i r -u tt i:!i:".'io 'rir.- f ii'

tw ,_,... tli : .-- ipp-r. ". \, ti!h 5..'-: .'* .* '. T xis' t
., -a.1.L t :.. I- L '. f1, I.- :c .)- taik,: a ri .-k
.. .- 1 1 rily u i '," : nf tilthe maG !
u wvL ,.:. pi:."- W r. ,:..'; u .f ,. t:.._ ,a ; ld i '' :;-
1-:is .i e ,- a ah 'u-. si t -, .,ths" innl lu w :'w o .i ai-.ra le

tu ..a:iiit.- tle-n l as: ., i:-;ker t e l-nJcl. These t-nu
'lit- enttl,-il t a.1 ti,-r comlse i....tiLi f r r i ai..k:s
they ruu, and for their longt e:g-a.. k--.v:i,!..edg of
the !ilarket an; d its re'.lairtic:'-U e. qtIL. tie ionU
i qui t-. ':, '"uL ... ..1 1)1 :'- : .' '!'* i0 "d i .i --
:Ca'jule-,b .e:ed n iL : iiiLi :t i fuure :.ur c iilorl
'15 L .- : 0ds .' : d t 1' S W a 1 U :. d,,
tie s .,u- :h,? i.n tua !. ,.< .ti n- i;u'!:-t 'it .lf. Tl'. t'dol,:, J ..W,.'; 'r, h-t? ';<--eCa s'0
work t up tiha, Lef i prc.h- ill a'lw'. ba iin
circ-ums tau. :.., "t ill :..i- ..,t., -..,; ;-;l. :..
pa t e pi r -L: : r d t j :. .... .-i. t:.-.'
iare very ....'. .: ,,", 5-. M .' t_ L 1. : w.
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stowed on the SIOc7 t, ;'. Pnsr. utinr the Gospel-
in Foreign Parts,

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'Th .-.'day o t lI,.-: iart, in as-1. -!1 th' IJ',, 'i t -
N M. ':.i .'I e 9as ,,.: .[.U y A ;,i4- .,. V',rT Eu s ,C:-:J:.:,.. iu ;'.i.t
of b, af t dt '.i.'a', d roj r l.. t!i .u s: e. .,. 2..-
t- a ,, ur d ha-:. *i a c-a.,. i. t';: ..Ji-: ..j; -' ..': t_-- iU d!
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ha-C ?i5non J th J )r II *da
trr:..:in,-c time I r-tt '-It ,, aa p ".-,..'':i ,u- t,' '. l l-"i 'ti,'-

L .'I l. f:vonr t1^t C t -'ri, ,'-Ut..,- t h au t, i,, ii,.n <1.'c
iri n an 'C"c ",it, "-rl"h w i:. 's i:- .-t--' i-_, t -
hay,' on the ( vTti.r U ii 5 i.;.i- :,, ", -'" .i vw.:-r i..s.'. "
TM r. T-'. io Il', ))'. h;., C':. .... ; ig it .r -r ,-. -
versify their o. ete-tanmef.t', aui e:.-:' t.' Hmi-:!.
:._ if tor a ct O:. i--,nal pi-r i tianar e.- .-' u,: ".'!-i,:CtiC
.:104-:-ipti 'un. Tl,.j who, h..:.; .iut pl tn .
atlic als ni'h-li, t'har.s b a .well i. ,.
ML'r. Soliis -o':red the :.nilienc-.e with a .;.:,r.r .
de-..Aiputio of t'c- captut e rf .ai a -i.a, c raisee, Pid.
witH a re-aiit"iit 'ig'lA a P1 i!ai..hiia Lawyer's
opinion oft the- Holy Estate arl it:< relations. Mr.
Rinda!ll riead with effect Art sn'ei Layy, "Fdrl.
nburg'h after Fla- a'! u," and t.. 'v?v a h!n.ari:;roaa d.,s-
cri.'tion of the -eaur-hamnp ;rSic-, wJ cr' ,nDmth---ithe
coritidenlial cof ILI Prin-ely Mer'r.hint-nu-. L vy,
.h-- Jew, bid h, ':'ily .rn i. r'- 't c:h ctiheve:r -. ir,i -c,
i-.:-aunt tiieture, "The D-ad TIJ i pie by Joe's" in
thei frame oif r .h was 'oncealed the pT'ecio':ua
,, i'.. oi wLhtlich ? ha1I mcvae a lr- :e at-
',u!s -' t" n. au Orieaal Princet, but. wvliich 'eutuiialy
;i':ovod picoi coloured gl:-I:s. The Chief Ju.-f -
tice read the little valtar boy. ;u which the 1:hil'iu-
thi.oyi"t is ta'i-.un. dencidedti/ by his preciousa -stii-.
mnate of 'uno-r'-uta.:ur amity. The fPe.tor of P'em-.
bro' ca i .a. --etie' selection from Lngf,-llow,
wi iua:.u-h f''clir:a'--ih- : ntu,.,:rts I' li, Th-. F'.1-
cun of -.r Frdi.'de,:i. 1We has n-'rver head 1 ,.,s
..,-. ..m ei :. ) beL t't:-t-r a v-ui ,.-,n o. H e ha.- iu
h ta itie -ejini.-lt:-: .- a" gi ,. ood spei--:-' v, 'vli-.h a latte
S ar.-.ful at.:ntuicia v'ill develop. T'l-,, hit o2 the
-w'vialng Wits| Lis-ot. Woo,]'s r-ecital rof thl i-erio.
:,'osio "Aladdin uad t,.i- .',os-a]rtil Laml" worth
tW' .O012' Nhi"liu ist p in '.,rml"..- Th-e
roN int i:h'.;iw La Ma.rh of the Mrei .i t Til ih,
wi.ds i.: ll by Tr. f, c.,r-'ec:', W0"Ce --s.pplied tle piano
-u this cii;i. i T, 7h:,' Pii,.n-.. D.,-:'tA by .Mis H ar-
rey and i?!t-,. A. G. t u teriteld '-'as giv,.-i in good
Mvo the vo:al dupt.. ,-tf lrs. Ba-re and rQ-. ":,
,:I .*a.r daland f u c I-eo, aLd the -.s..s
Mts. Holt, Mr-. R,.:e ad Captain Pillen'. w:'.. :i
The Gods ia the gal-'"y wore- "l. ... too dieonr.
etrative in their .t ppi A '.OSe. but tLh ,-rax e,'i.i i. i,-r a r
;,nd decorum otiered- r:ikrI.:l? thb .'rima'.,.ce,
whi .'lreesiiin, to be o0nly th-e p1one.v r .ath,.ur.s 0t an
.qu]llay atmricti c pral'a'"t"InEue.

LOsDON, JIUNE 14-'1i30) P.M.- ih, h- imloi-: ol

ed Ireach .\i.bma,,dor to Lndon. n; i hl w her hico
no inatirons i.w -as ,;'n t .o t ITanc,- ns t itol-e
A.iven on the .- r .ei io ir wh ln-i of ( elni oulerv.
ernment. The question caused a lively ?cene. 'Pre-
SAWi- i1 i2o i.t -ir. ,D r. i .11 i s tsoN no.
bte M O.nid t iA '. 'Y' Pu.' l!.i t.i L .5u M. .L' i ( t- -
Ruleir, protc-sted against the %itempnt to sif'ror', a
iCilntiber. Sir c0!,:! i .-la ., D i lw d-a3ic M the a all-n, ti;.n
coLatsin'd in ?i.'P'!r LT/", ..:ii'i uit ,-'ti- (m '. O'Dun-
nrs-Il iwa.R not. tr i e-d i WiNi the niii \s, adjo-rnment uof th'e Hulbe, a .u d oi k t-o nr.t ': -
sp ie-: g on Itat ainot.''u. ti t. .uami i!.t o i:. ..
T ilt. -kc a- :t .;.i i.i ,,,i-i sii ct l,1 f.i ..i .' ,'. (.i .
.i .wa .t i .L:rtcd ), ,-nibih 'otr a'in -V -.-
a i ir n Tse .!.n 'tp p,,-' aP.' 1 r a ,!3 in r.s i.U -.
., 4qu s on.
It shl-isd bo iv:atm :iod tlaIt in' iun..ij.:'ijr'ii iut ,
Air. 0 'onie) l accii:Sed ChAn.!",sa mp a W.)'i i a.
'T oitin in n 1 Ia 'rt and' S, :a .r,' t.
Wo.DOni, rilt? 1--7 P.;!.-L -. at --
ii i e o ( 'omw \n.: .: is ,t.;',:i u .. .. ..-s --, :','...

%No lSi, oj'poae~i dM iai.stksiu' ...onioil i rP *r..
'h .pi aker ad".iittedr Iant a .,niiar m motion had not.
been mado for two hundred years.

cO .'? i .'i. 1h ( i' t..i l to ,rr. t e!t.q ; a;,'' s.-iton.
,..'pal in arie l,%- :.; r iflll.iiv Ge '.r i i f.r '",(,.V h t.
i Lo -.s.1 that W i4i-. a i .i\..-"r- : 's ..': ;i ( ; .,'.
[ L-.ui'd c!1'.i '-(i. 'ro ith'-v ( i ,. oiti '! .]
The iSps:akei r ituk-'l that Si r Vilirii. Hu.ire-. rt h *a .
in posmisadioi ol theo dloor [Che-:-r s.j
Sir Viliai, t hii pi tm-ed oua liat Mi. O'Donirel d
atta':k tori !iI. C'lailemc-l.Lacour >tiugit flot It) r-c-ire
tIs- countenance cii any part o! til' House.
i'aglt 11o.l .. 'A i lhanr E. FIatcr .:n'.i Mr. O'Don-
nell ra spn'uen '.sa : co-iitr0y to trlo d-.cency of sociu v.
;ir. c 'D nnei,.e l!l su i o| tned r, Foster r t will' iraw, -
his words.
T'e Speaks r st.led thla rmark uripa. Iraume'tary "
an p st. :u.'o. t .' '1o [' -'
ir -.i h,'.u !) ed o t i h a : ln .',-h. O' DoaTh. '
1 l,.:' .. O n

I-1.-u.-s i '. **'2 ; 'u o.aSi s..' a C -. oI i* i : -ti,
o inlv to) vt i uii,. r.i qi- n .,ji:!. ii. IS ._1.i Ir w'- wia;..ig
to iv'thi-ir.Aw !,is metion..
Ml O'Don:a, II :hcn st-ited rSip- ternms in wiach he-
- pro-.tedl to asik his ,luc.ioniis on Thursday.

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,th',. r',"r :.r',ii ..Al -i'.dow .'- ia ,i bh l tter with :iuch
e s ..' '.-r:;. t.. Ir,'!, aL :' i bu1t L.uck
.- m d :.., ii t t i' ..:' Tl hi: ii ihe t i!,dii vidual -c:-ore
of the' w,,o'a:,' was mae? by Li.-ut. Lutyens Aund
Li. i C'' : R' F., who na :, 0.- tL.c alillinut -O,-.,.'
f '- t an a p i. l -. 75. LTA ". -...-r aUl Ship-
: -' 1: i... Li. -A th '?d f w such al :.'-
cl' :-i-i,.lly i .- .a i u ,.o -i 'i.l[ut ,-f 25 at nt 0. U ::ipls.'' tL -. t .. prize. '...r: t iU.. i t.i : i friut oft
tie- .sfti r' mi..: by- L 'iy Laff:mI, at.ri the 1 it below,
i: I '-iy giver' uis by th' -,?& .-.ry hlows the- inaes
of i -'e who i rV.c-ived th A.a
V ery ,t mu-:t ::.... l tA .. CL :. Ccmm iit- for
the success of h w L.. ich duou:,btlcss
wa- si ua gr-e n r, ea-a -d' :I u :. i. n t m U y i:f t-A eirt
S'i air- r ULIao whom tL -',la I s -.l' of t11 .C l-r'itL t '-
eweDats --i a' W-it air ti na.: l, :Q 1 -n v.'"' ,- 1

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l-;e Mail Steamer "Bermuda," Captain Wilson,
arrived d at her Shed in this Town, early yesterday
morning. Z-he left her dock in New York at the
usual hour on th, afte'rioon of Thursday last "
We ire inribtd to Mr. Purser Dupont, Mr.
Steward Jor-ian and F. Plant,, Esqr., passenger,
for files of New York pa:-ei-s of the 17th inst.
Shares, Delaware & Iludsin Canal, 70.
Horatio Seymour has been put forward by the
De-wocratic Party, in opposition to Gen Garfield, as
h1, Pesident of the United States.
The ex-Empress Euguiie has arrived at Grey
town on her returnn To Edrope.
Five families who were on Tuesday evicted with
sote diffic-ulty, ear Bulla, were last night conducted
back to their holdiunm by a large coowd.
The Standard this .m-rring says :-" Th.l conm"
nmuder of the British fleet iu the Mediterranean,
h,'ring that pirate rvel nreoeonimriti ngdepredati-
n. i. ,. v';initv o f Smena, bha sent two -hipa of
1,;: fle: .. ?.:rcb o! pIraie4."
Tha ,'.;t. annaunes that the Duke of Edij-
burgh hia expressed to.) the Irish RAlief Committee
hi.' great regret at 1I,. inability to return to Ireland
to iuperintend the dihributios of relief stores, as
be .sp t. go on the annual eruie of the coast guard.

*H(F. t'vW YOT t..',,, is to taike the place of the Bermuda
r.; ,I:i-a thexecuc'io ot i certain repairs required to
thc latter v-.---.l. 'Lo Flamnborou,,h-now in Eng-
lad iag aeraioa. nsamado to her machinery and
hC.r .ccommuodation.s for paesengeri extended--will
be .-ubhisuted i-.r thee Bermuda, and will take the
,,i.r-,"s pilacn-, and couinue the service till the end
of &e }
'-e also un-lerstand that the steamer, alluded to
in our iast, intended to run between Bermuda and
Ner' York, i.s being buiit for the Quebec Steamship
aIo;)-.I'any This ve.rsel, to be ready in Januarynext,
is be con.-,tri.-:te-i on the most modern principles,
witi, ,iton unodaiti~on.. for passengers superior, and
,.i!l gu..! "..rs1atv-.d :O- usake the passage in 60 hours.

-ItExce!e:,evy ;!air-General Sitr Robert Michael
Laitn, K.C._I.C.-., R.E left New York for England
in h' ,-teamr e G,.r, /', dh,- on the 16th instant.

oe uotiec, that the Problem in the Chess Column of
S Ti!ui-ated LiAdon News" for ith June, instant,
is ';,, i. S. Hunt, oermud-3."

1, ,- ,',p.. pl-tsed :i learn th:it tie Rav: E. G. Inghatn
(u, ,' i '~hi- Heon. S. S. !ngilam) late Sei-retary to the
larii, b..,i4i,,oniar. S,,ietv at Leeds, Yorkshire, has
6En .1 pointed Iv the Bishjop of Ripon totheLiving of
4,t. t. het 's, Louio',

A Suppl...ilielit of 3 Columns
ac-a".:.npie.s tlii itsue of the-" Gazette."
It. contains the Proceedings of the Legis.
lative C-.,unc-l on the 1Sth, and of the House of
Ae.nbly on th.- th and 21st. inst.; Scores of twto
Cri.ket Matche,-. Connmanication on subject of
Liquor Licenses: two Steanmship Disasters-one
ar.c':.mlpjan Die,-with 'irplortable iaks of life.

:-ARRIED, at Sf Geo-Le'ns ou the 17th instant, at
t'e r:si.;,?n.ce the EriPrd'i father, by Rev. E. B. Moore,
cr!,1.4 t .lau b(lr .-fRS, C [{;IanLin, Esqr.
........ t St. Manr'hu'lreh, Warwick. on Thurs-
dav. 17th instant, liythl Rev. J. F. B. L. Lough, Rec-
tor, MIR. EArNE..T I. LiD)BLi%'. (o Loul.--.A Tuzo, se-
cond daughter if -ames Mi.-or. Esqr., all of Warwick.
........., at Zi,,n Chur,'!:, Hamiiltrn, on Thursday,
17thi instant, biy ,.v. E. M.Ioore, assisted by Rev. A.
AleKcen. ,r.'-. Livrn:4 C, IoRaDN. A.B.. to ALrCE S.,
eldest daughter ,.f Wn. l:iilc, Eaqr., of Rosebank,
EDWARDS-MAJ-:NDIE-AL. St. Martin's, Canter-
MARY, daughter of the 1te Major John Majendie, May
20.--Pil I/l Ga:ite, May 27.

DIED.--L-HERu.--On fbe 13th June, 1880, at
Park Hosre, St. Gio'.rg;'s, the residence of her sister,
Mrs. Brownlow Tucker. M4RY JENNINOS LUSHER.,
eldest daughter of iise itoa 'hr'stio Lu.her of these Is-
......... in Sandy's '-u, Saturiday 19th inat., at
the residence cs hiss mother. OsMiONn W. DunANT,
:iged :34 -'ears, uich l by all ilwho knew him.
........ in Warwick ',.. ,h;iast evening, GEOROIANE
,., ,'"! .'quQ,:e." ,1* ar- i -. Jamnes and Frances'

[.. ..-1 ul U .,'* r -'p. o Il) rsquisted to
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i *':i 2.. .*..f '- S: i! -., E rt-i': 'I. Ione '.]

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W111 B:E'G IN EN-IN'

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Anid on 1"f JESI)AiY, 2j9thJunie,

(At thV I ; _..; i ,)
3By Mr. 'h"ec.philuts .?chc,
When he will Exhibit thi. grctes- Plhiouinn,
and Singularitits in Natural Philosoplhy that
have ever been introduced here on Public Ex-
hibition. ThLse who have witnessed the.ise
Entertainments have them to
consist of the most interesting Experimnunts
that ever they have witnessed.

Price of Admission.
Front Reserve Seats 2/; Back Seta-ts 1/;
Gallery (3d,
Doors open at half past 7. Experiiimnts
to commence at 8 o'clock.
Music will be in Attendance.
Should the weather prove unfavorable on
the above Evenings, timely notice will be
given for Postponemnent.
Carriages may be ordered at half past t-.n.
Tickets rmafy be o-bt;tinud at the O'Gnzette"
Stationery Store, and at door on Evenings of

Wanted .

50 Barrels First sized

50 Brl. Second :.ized DITTO.
W. T. J1IA ES,
-12 Front St.
Hamilton, June 21, 18SO.-l pd.

Life Assura)nce.

pOLICIES issue( in the EQUI-
of the U. z-., 120 Broadvway New VYork, one of
tie most. ie.ponsible LiF 1'COM )P.'\Ni'kS iii
the World. APe.ts -35,000,00).
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A 1.l '.Parties i, i;i Tti upi,- ar-"- re. e t.tled
to ntal seltit mer, t ,of Eiueir .- 'C' !.IN ] r'S
on or before *)0th i t. l. l Iy V lemaiinig unist-
lied iit tr that &Jto will be placed. C i:, .. hawn's
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June 21-4t, 18&0.--1

HriFH Subscriber begs to remind
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'T. M.. ONES,
: Pe i C. A. Jones.
Juno 21st, 18.-0.--2

Kerosene. Kerosene.

Notice to Importers of

Lay ill your Si,,eks during Jui July, August
and September,
During which months the New York Mail Stoa-
4irs are allowed to bring KENO-.OENE, in
Barrels and

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T1he finder oti lea%,;::g -1~- atIto ai
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NElW inr < T N : 117. N',
CURIOrIs F/.fcrs .,B-r ".'LLrrw r'E.i: GEi.1.3.
There i t'r, W I v, <'J'qpir des I q (t sc'.itlln g lu.eiT'. t iu
the sieicond d1 S*,e:'R-3iotl o, thle .A eric.i Me'
Association. whiich we.; called to amndir by Profee~s)r
Lewis A _Savre.. bhed at N'ew YVork, on ite
of the 21nd Juile inr'ilnt., and phIiAlhr-d i-i tieo
New York Timin- ot the f.-ilowimg day -
After a qulestion of privilrge w~,'a h-eard and dis-
posed of Dr. J. '- Lynch of Baltimore., l,r his see .-
tion of the progress of Medieal science, &e., said that
notwithstanding there had been no ex rensive epidem-
ics of any kind recorded hpvittri iL'deinmakf:1 t'6 pc-.
pulation of the United States Juriog the !ast year,
there were still some important factf. established by
experience with Yellow Fever in Memphis, which
he regarded as worthy of the attention of the ,asso-
ciation. Observation with that disease had p'luc-
tured many unfounded theories, hitherto accepted
as true by members of the profession,. and given the
color of probability to views which not long since
would hare been considered wild and i umropable.l
The facts that he consideied so fully established
at date were: First, that yellow lever germs may
lie dormant for mauy months -luring the cold
weather, to be reawakened to diitru(tive vitality by
the recurrence of the temperature at which they
flourished best; and. secondly, that the lowest
temperature which prevailed in the South i incapa-
ble of completely destroying them. The f.,t bhat
the fever broke out in foci which it had estabMithed
the preceding season, and radiated trom such foci
as centres of infection, he regarded as tending to
substantiate the view that the perms of the disease
while rendered inactive by the temperature of frost,
were by no means permanently disAbied by a degree
of cold which had been heretofore reckoned deatruc-
tive of their virulence.
Dr. Lynch cited the eate of the Plymouth as a
classical illustration of the point be wihbed to i:.-
press upon the minds oi the FeHlows of the -nisoia-'
tion-that yellow fever piorms may have tbeir
activity abated, but are not destroyed by lowv few-
peratures. Built in 1868, on a cruise in sub-tropical
and tropical waters, the disease broke out among the
crew and raged with violence, notwithaitandi? g
hygienic regulations. The vessel proceeded~ 10
Boston for repairs, and lay in that. port during an
extremely sev ereWinter-severe even for B on,
for the mercury fell to 17 0 below zero Centigrade.
Having been overhauled and repaired, ihe shipped au
new crew from Boston near the end of the Winter,
and started again upon a cruise in Southern waters.
Only a few days after her departure from a
fected port-having been subjected for some weeks
to a temperature supposed to be destructive of bac-
teria, and having stopped at no port where the dis-
ease prevailed-and while upon the hish sea !-a.jues
from any possible centre of infection, the fever broke
out on board and raged with great severity. Was
not this asked the speaker, and unquestionable proof
that while cold might suspend the vitality of disease
germs, feeling was by no meaus synonymous with
disinfection ?
Another came which Dr. Lynch cited was, he
thought, equally as conclusive respecting the germ
propagation of yellow fever as the case of the Ply-
mouth was of the inutility of low temperatures for
disinfection. In 1877 a family, formerly resident in
Augusta, Ga., removed to Fernandina, Fla., whore
the fever had never prevailed. They took with
them a trunk in which clothing was packed. They
were free from the disease, and were presumably
safe from the destroyer. Some time after their
removal the trunk was opened; and. .strange to day,
after this event, in due season, but with a period of
incubation unusually prolonged, the members of the
family were attacked with yellow fever, marked as
such by the unfailing phenomenon of black vomit.
From this and other cases which the Doctor cited,
the inference was drawn that yellow fever poison
may be transported from one point to another like
any other physical entity, retaining its potency for
evil and manifesting it even in climales in which the
disease seldom or never appears, and which are upn-
favorable to its development in the epidemic form.
The next point advanced, as a necesm.ary conclu-
sion from the facts furnished by the recent epidemics,
was that yellow fever is essentially an infectious,
but not in the proper acceptation of the term, a con-
tagious disease. It may be transported hundreds of
miles in clothing, or other vehicles capable of subsist-
ing it, to develop its own inherent virulence in a
new centre, but it is not communicable from person
to person, as amall-pox and measles are. Contact
with yellow fever patients was not, the reader of the
paper argued, perilous, but rather the reverse. The
germs, whatever they were, must nidulate under
favorable circumstances for a certain length of time
before their virulence was developed. They did
constitute in themselves a dangerous contagion, but
were susceptible of development into an infection.

Professor Tyndal was married lately, and the cu,. -
ternomary query was not put in the following form, as
some one says, it ought to have been :-Do you
take this anthropois to be your co-ordinate, to
love with your nerve centres, to cherish with your
whole cellular tissues, until a final molecular di;s-
turbance shall resolve its organism into its primary

There is no more doubt that drinking ice water
arrests digestion than there is that a refrigerator
would arrest perspiration. It drives from the sto-.
mach its natural heat, suspends the flow of gastric
juice, and shocks and weakens the delicate organs
with which it comes in contact An able writer on
human diseases says: Habitual ice water drinkers

are usually very flabby about the region of the sto-
mach. They complain that their food lies heavy
on that patient organ. They taste their dinners for
hours after it is bolted. They cultivate the use of
stimulants to aid digestion. If they ate intelligent
they read upon food and what the physiologist has to
say about it-how long it takes cabbage and pork
and beef and potatoes, and other meats and escu-
lents to go through the process of assimilation.
They roar at new bread, hot cakes, tried meat, im-
agining these to have been the cnuse of their maladies.
But the ice water goes down nil the same. and finally
friends are called in to take a larewell look at one
whom a mysterious Providence has called to a clime
where, as far as is known, ice water is not. used.
The number of immortal beings who go hence, to
return no more. on account of an injudicious uNe of
ice water, can hardly be estimated.-Bultimore Sun.

Recei ,in g at the
Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
From London, 'via New York, per S. S. Ber-
LILLYWHITE'S Cane and W\hale bone
Cricke BATS Cricket Scoring SHEETS
Child's GUIDE
Caavor's and Carpenters' SPELLINGS
Msh BOXES Slyloid and other PI'ENS
Toy Steam and Sail BOATS
Silver Pencil CASES, Screw Pattern t\,ry neat
and tiinrmmio.


Sea sidelUin ij

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Sqvsare betibraries, -ce.
Horse Condition POWDERS
Ilamilion, June 8th, 1880.

THE PLAN 7"; ., UP I"';:. t.I '. Uis ui ;in ;
star, !ijnd Iv tmar the 'm->n i i.rt-uI ,,hi.*,-t for obqer-
va il l t .n '..; I ,O-..! l iuin g ti,.' nmimth. It
'enn',t hbe in'i ti'.: i i! iD'.r,*-:,.*d upon the inird l f t,
st tiilm,- tS of 'ii t.Ars Ii n ihio t~'nt :':-it p!nn tK are
all appioachirig iai v p atieaI ai,.-I brit ig'.g about a
condition of painvn : iff-. thi-at hts not neeurred
fbr 2.000 yea~s J'upitere reaches {lao goal firat, ar-
i iin, at ,,rib .inr ini, the 25th ,f September.
Such is th, eccentricity ot his orhit. that he will then
he 41,,)Ot.['C"0 i; r iab:ont h alf i thb, whole dis-
tance of the earth irom the itun, uearer to the great
central fire than wh-no farthest away. He is also at
that time almwnnt at his nehrest point t) the earth,
cominEz into ,,ppoaition with the sun II days after
perihelion. The earth is then directly between him
and the sun : but the earth iA farthest from the sun
in July, and will be at considerably more than her
mean distance in September, when Jupiter is 46,-
000.000 nearer. It may easily be seen that when at
opposition the earth i, at or near her greatest dis-
taince, and Jupiter at his least distance, from the
sun, the two pian1ts will be almost as neat together'
as tho can be. such will be the case next October,
and the giant of the system .-vill soon give evidence
of the tact in his inereariug size and brilliancy. being
brighter than l1e has becu for nearly 12 years.
Jupiter, as hbr migihy marss plunges toward the
Ruln, gives evidence of mighty forces at work
among the cbhaOic eelenar. i f his elouid-surface.
A spot has. been re,'.i on 0.s di:'k fo' ne.:rly a year,
elliptical in form,. red in color, and with a diameter
of 20,000 mileN. No observer understainds the cause
of this huge rift. It may he an opening in the cloud
at mospbher-. deipc!. irqg th- niore slidiJ matter beneath,
and it may be someth;nj l.'byon']d human ken.
Ah,,ut the 22d it is hiopfd that 'the planet. will be
again ii favorable position for the ol-bservation of the
red -spot, and patient investigators will not he want.
ing to make the best 0 i-t the oppOi-rtn'ity This
beautiful planet may now he seen in the eastern
sky. serenely unieonscious of the excitemnut induced
by his inoeItnents, rising at 3"45 :at. the end of a
mouth he rize, at. 2 o'clock, nearly two hours and a
halt before the sun.-Providence Journal.

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Watchmaker, Jeweller & En
g rave-'
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A Choice i;eiection of
frPic1,C s oc ., .IWJf'lry
and Silver Plated Ware,
And Persons intending to purchase will find (by
calling -:t his, S'tore,) a1Imple to say I
have a; last f .iind a Ch .i Jew'el!,' Stom "
N. lI.--'arties who have nu;t 4.ttjed their
Accounts for the pa-.t four years, need not ask
for Goods on Credit, but extend to ial the same
invitation. .
Call l id '" .
Reid Sliee.t,ieyxt West Cazetie Office.
December 15th, 1879-


T 1HE above WATCH ES for both
SLadies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on h:i nd by thie Undersionred': Ainy riade .,love-
ment not in Stock will Ie furnished at the
Matiiifactor's list price. AIso(, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monograrm, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold t 4ed.i at the late Paris Exii bition.
E. T. CHILl).
Froni Stree,, lIrnmiltot ?
Deer 16, 1878. d.o.O.

Geo ye A. Sa[fowd,

Al 01

I F 1~NY, N. S,
Main m tact Liver arAnD P :QC l le~i

Head STONiS, FONTS, ChurchTA lL,'RT'PS
Basin '['OP', &e., &c.
Any ,I .Liin cut to order, No eh:tr for ord(i-
nary ii:n i 1ti'ns.
Pfrslns fiir .:udin.r ',der-, or "i rhing biy,
inforn'lm it'i., please a pplv :o
ifW T. JA./MES,
Agent f,,r Bermaniiia,
42 Front St,
Hamilton, Octr. Oth, 1879.-1 y

I'UTT Y, B US il r:S, &e., &e.
Every description of C)OLt t made ready for
J. F. EVANS takes this opportuvily 1o thank
the Public in general for their liberal p-dron:ige
and will endeavour (as in the past so in the
future),4u merit their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, iliniilton, /
i-'ebruary 3, 6186 1

W. 0. F. BASCOM E, L.Dj
F.A.A., D.s.,

John M. DeWolfe,
Alaiufacturer of all kinds of

.T O r .. CO i,

Ca ii i: s !d '. .. -.' I d when
A ,et at Bermnud:;.
Solitmbter 8, 1.-7.-12(U.

TO '.111,M018.44W.I dShippers-pf

A I Nn. i !, mI s.,, t .,h'i i n ~ c n i i e i
Ithe v'1irne d'iull i( ;he c. i gC r-p o S'-.ofl, :
ri'spec t EulIy n ii nils? iii nmef ul 1,11.1va
ron ird tot) I irl ;'ark''t. I l ein v otr to,
rc:k1izt' t 1e hQCMIa1 kIt pricee, ren leu Salei
,und lp"Atn ita wes prom 1A I %
3m'. Thos. 011" Pitt
Of H arnilton. hBermuida,
Vl.' l at~tc mi,.dto rece miv~~ing -id ii voieiii" all con-
-ignment., iin1 me, and i eill give nallinformation
necesnry for )Q?10fit r -hi~ppers.


42 1:3 Ves(-v Street,
New York.
A pril 13, Io.-"(-tf

No ticee
To IFarmzers and Others,

'11'p, Irtnd.r-3krel iH pr-t:palreJ lto receive tand
nhBEIR.`4 Ut).m PRODUICEI' fo

3 E 'A R 1, STREET,
New York.,
Who will iecmIII the hi1 Ns.~ini-ket ratfe%-i
Prompt Account. Sales andn]Settlernetitm guar-
42 Front Streat.
tlrtmtifltom, February 10, 1880.


The. Undersig-ned solicits cons'gn-
mnents of

AVest Wahiiigtun lMa~rkel, Newv York.
f-lighest wiai ket ratuio will be Paid for 1Produce
dairing the Seasont.
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ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 25, at 6 a.m.
,WYOMIN; sails Tuesday June 1, at Noon.
NEV. DA. "ails Tuesday June ;, at 5-30 n.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday .tliine 22, at 5 p.m.
ARIZONA -ailk Tuesday Juno eC, at 11 1.m.
WYOMING sails Tue-sda .IJuly ', at 4-30 p.m.
NEVADA sails Tcesday Jt,;y 13, at 9 a.nm.
WISCON. IN sails Tulesday July 27, at l-30 a.
The above Stc.lmers -iar h tti- expressly for
the T'idde, naa- e fivee t, f 'e" : bgult lt !khiea:ids, and
carry exjperietdco Ofimce:., ,.nargeons and Stew-
ardess,-s. Th'e Sioon Aecomm'odat i'!is are un-
surp:iss~? ,y ,any A.lan.I Steaam)t.:r,, ad the
State Ro:,:i areon rriainii 1-c',e o 'c im r' I tt ti
Saloon. thut securing that -rent comfort in
ocean kravei, per/,c c i n"'ation o n,!d li ght.
mmra.king RIoom, lhaul tO.L.- ,ii'l Piano on
each ;Iieai-ier,
Tlie U.,S.M il Si eameI Her.mi 1dB.i' trom r er-
mudsa, Thiur;days, ge:or:-I.l.y r'i -.ri N.:w York
on ..nd and Paseaer '-,in-- ca!n he
transfeired diie ,,'o the Liverpo:.i 5'.,:t. er sail-
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Custom H-ouse n'tris
ON SA.I-F. .i Mesrs. GeorRo yoyle & Sonu,
SSt. CI'vorv', and :i the Royal Gazette"
Sta'ioncri, r.', Ilar ilt-ro,,, at 'he foliowinjt
100 'Pet- Large 9/"4 Small Uhtt, 4-12
15 ,tI' :C/9it cc
75 5/9 2/6
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BILLS LADINI3 m. tler Parties;
Bills of ExehaltgJ for Dolhins&. Sterling
Pilot Certifieateo. Ho i, aa d Judgment
Season's Agreements Writa
Powers of At orney
Indentures, Parish and :C'loimoin, &c., &c.
Ilamilton, April 20, 18'80

lheodore Oluterb)ridtie,

toeid Street, West ot ,R'jyal Gazette" Oflice.
Oltice flours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit Nt. Geor.;e3, Tuesd, y and Fri-


Orders Promptly Attended. to.

Hlamiltmon, October 2S3h, 1876.

Horse, Carriage 4 Cart

tiLE ;.: .i having re. i-,..J !uII, C:us
at his .. n.... C -r and
Junction .-.e near ; i. n..I Hotel, takes
this method of !-.i ii; .nc- .' pub-.
lie generally I -r ,at fa .' i.,rs, and huimily soli-
cits a continuince of same.
January 6, 1879,

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tonic and refteshin-; adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a pow., rul disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIMLFEL'S JOCiKEY CI.uA, ..nd oiher fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and inmpart an
agreea.le cootiness to the head.
Toile, :oap, in bars or cake,,. '
RO.fE-LEAF and other TOILET t'OWDERS, in
box;;-, b:tirei, and packeti'.
I- l -'.EL'S i.Y.UrADEN ,INE1. clearn;.invitiz
and preserves y -1 ..- r- o-n, and
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Ii. P riinesis of' W.dia.,, 9a, J, afd {, .Luid)n,, ,I nti !7
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.l a) 27. 1879.

A Market XWacouo
-ntearly new.-*Apphy at "Royal Gazette."
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H ami lton, Deecr. 2.3, 18S79.

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i tto i! I v recormimended, being more lasting and
v-e 3 ragrnni than the Ge.rIf'Li? kinda.

J1.-Old B~rown Windsor Soap,
cel&ebraied ioir so 1MniiYyears, contiznues to be imado
as tich'Itolbe. it i;stron-fly Peri'iiued, and will ho
fmid univery, durable in use.

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tirery may W~ obtained ol'all dealers rhrou'hour the
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fart um' their articics of' one and the best quality
o nly. Pi~Lrchaz~ers arve cautntimid to avoid counter.
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the Firm's Tradc- Mark, "' a While Rose on a
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Supplement to Bermuda Royal Gazette, June 22, 1880.


Proceedingps of thie Legislative
Friday, 18th June, 1S90.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-.---is Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Augustus J. Musson,
WinWm. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Rccr. GenI.,
G. S. Tacker,
U. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
F The Bill entitled "An Anct to continue an Act to
authorise ihe War Department to carry on War-
like Exper!ments or, the Coasts of these Islands,"
was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. T.i.ingham in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairmau reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled Aa Act to continue an Act to
provide for the .pymvrient of the Messenger and
Doorkeeper of Uier MIajesty's Council," was read
the second time.
The House wer:t iri.. Committee thereon.
The Hon. G. S. A -r in the Chair.
The CcfinatUtec ro,..
The H-oue resuav:3-
The Cbh,:ca ;rep,'.'d the Bill without amend -
The H .use adoted th Report.
The BEi: ..t.,!tA -id An- A Act to continue An Ac1 to
amend tL:U -ct ut'.'.l. An A.t to provide for and to'
autbories ',,: :.--:- i lf .ads on the Wharves in
the Tow H:rilt,-.,-- '" ,,s read the second time
The H :.v': -', .-. it. Courinsittee thereon.
The Hoa. E l.a-',.y in the Chair.
The Commit.w' rc:..
The House resanncd.
The Cl:w.::aon r*.'iter Bill without amcnd.-
The Hosee .-lopt%- .he Report.
The Bilil ei,,-. An Act (o provide for the
relief of P.?i-'n .amoan falling into distress
abroad," was r'v ,i u. ..:-cond time.
The House weli t C.'ommittee thercon.
The Hon. J. T i'e... ?n the Chair.
The Commitei;- .o-?e,
The House resumed.
The ChalmAn reported the Bill without amend-
The H, s'iso &.:pled the Repori.
The Bill ei. -led "At -ct tuo amenCi Tbe WVroci;
Inquiry Aci, e.t ..r *r:s :'s d the second time.
The I -i.'.s& '- .- n' C, rimiittee thereon.
The HP .' .-. .Ha:,l iv in -te Chair.
On m,-liero; IL. CCo'j.rnitee rose,
The HPfns,- retucre,.
The ChA(ir.,'rn rep-ited progress and obtained
leave to Owit. :in.
The R :olvre 'or ,ao..rn the sn. of 300 1N/to
meet the hbW;n,-0 o :X.1')es incurred hy Mr. P.
V. Turner for i* -'vtu,O iw. Post Office of Bermu-
da, wa? r.'?d :hbe s,-eond time.
The Il,iusp w-nt into Cr.'..ri mittee thereon.
The IH.:i. 1.'. Goslii;, ia the Chair.
The Corn mit,,e rose.
The Huuse reenmed.
The Chairmaa reported the Resolve without
The Hnoue adopted the Report.
The Rolve for refund '- Ih Col. E. C. Gordon,
C. R. E,, the sum of 3 15.'. being Import Duty
paid by h'm e.*n Horses imported as part of his
Military Fquipament, was rad the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The lion. J. H. Trimingnam in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The Hoc-.e risumed.
The Ct, trin reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 22nd instant,
at 11-30.


Att 'raet of th.e Proceedings of tlhc RIHnorable
.hou,"e of Assembty.
.rida', 18th J.i f 1880,.--The House resumed in
Committee ib. ,:',usideration of the Estimate ofr
Revenue ,,ui Exenditure.
Mr. Wilk,.c. .n in the Chair.
Additionral Votes :-
Providr._ a ablic Tank at the Flatts 10)
For aii;., in the Erection of a Wall
ounrid thl \"-ieyan *u..I!t.y, So.uthamptoa 50
For cont.Gnui'n t,-e w .:'k at Jenkin's Boiler 25)
Public .Liit,;-, 60
Additi unl V ,e to, r.-,iuce Public debt. 500
Resolved, tut of 24,000 be granted for
the purtosC. : ; :.:pply.
The House ro-:u ,ed and adopted the Resolutions
of the Committee.
The House coriidered in Committee of the whole
the Accounts fo" C.:ntingencies.
Mr. Wilkin^')- ii the Chair.
ResolvW.. I.t. it be recoomendoel to the House
to grant the :--;u of 7I 18/'5 for the payment of
the Aceout' f.o; C'ai tingauci?., to 31st May, 1890.
The Iio:.:'j ;.. ^ and adoptedd the resolution
of the Con wi,, '.
The Bill o -: ppiy aud Appropriation was read

a 2nd time w';., Committed.
Mr. Wilkir :oe in (he Chair.
The Attoutie DC Deal moved an amendment to
the first Clz:u, .. -- vhioh was agreed to.
The sevcrat C'.au.e were agreed to.
The HouE-. :',-ci,
| The Chr.pim.'.n tpre.rted the Bill of Supply and
Appropriation, end it was adopted and ordered to
be engrossed.
Dr. Outeriridge gave notice that on the 3rd
reading of the Sr. George's Church Resolve he will
move that the words '-nine hundred" be struck
out and the words *'six hundred" be inserted in-
On motion of Mr. Oudniey the Petition of certain
Persons for aid in building a new \Wesleyan Church,
was considered in Committee.
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair.
Mr. Oudney moved that tbhe Prayer of the Peti-
tion be granted.
After soa, o discu,.siun, Mr. J. W. Pearman
moved that the Committee rise-which was affirmed.
Ayes 16-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
R J P Darrell, T N Dill, S B Gray, E H Gosling,
H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, C C Keane, S A Mas-
ters, C Peniston, J W Pearman, R Tynes, W H
Wilkinson, T J Wadso-n.
Nays 6-Mesers. N J Danirei, W J Frith, 1' D
Middleton, T A Outcrbridge, A M Oudney, J N
The F ums resewed.
The I1esulve for refunding the duty paid on the
- ixportatio.', of a Steam Boat, &c., was read a 2nd
time, committed, adopted and ordered to be en-
Adjourned Io Monday next.

Monday, 21lt Jure, 1880.-The Bill entitled An
Act for rating a Revenue for the support of the
Government of these Her Majesty's Islands and to
appropriate certain sums to the .discharge of the
#eawses of Government as therein expressed"-

was read a third time and passed, and ordered to
be laid before the Loegi.ative Council.
The Resolve for paying the Estate of Dr. Hunter
the sum of Eight Pounlds paid b, mistake into the
Treasury-was read a third time and passed.
The Resolve for refunding duties to the Ward
Room Officers of H. M. Ship "Terror'-was read
a third time and passed.
The ten day rule being suspended by unanimous
consent, the Resolve for refunding duties on the
importation of a Steam Launeb--ivar read a third
time and passed.
Adjourned to Friday aext.

Liquor License Bill.
St. George's Church Ne--olve.
Chief Justice's Salary Eih.

To, the, Edit., f t1.1,- .h c Ro,.i G z .ie.
,TUs.2l:.21 I1880.
Sm,-A.s an Act" t.- irii r'.- thie pre-utf Li-
censed Liquor" A'.t i- ab.)ut io in I.:,cre, it
may be hoped that -:..ri, *j t.ef- H.)rv;rble mom-
bers of the Legislatmut: h. .-' be,-n ou.'iied of the
illicit traffic that ha1.. -h .4.,t'i on by the A'-t
granted to Tavern ..eT-ers, a.-:an be .seenin the
common vending spirit u li, Iui:rs by w-holesale-
gallon and bottles-L- j; ., *'-:-itiug it, to retail
agaiu or otherwii..-. '-' .v.. e ,i- all da-s and
hours, to the injury :f' i. ,-h,-,ll dealers and
others engaged in suc.4 i' P : .
Some of these taver:. 'ccpc;.r.. who ,ay "he same
Lirens? amount as t .- .'i!-r-. &'., ,,'taIly have
two liquor stores in ,2f. out:"UI t '.-r .. 1ling
and vending liquors a.ii, !i:ie, and in aLl quanti-
ties, under one Li:e- I-' i,i : r,'i .iss out-
rage on the retailer :' .: *' 1 k*-. 'wk i., re-
8tricted to the hour f :f-t' r-' in op.n: an. clos-.
iug thenr store .wh: .- .-i: :'.n the
prizumptiou, (i ? t '.'. .. -,', ; '.pee of
liqucr.- at all 1,oin, a:. :. q r. I:- paVyizi-
into the Revonue th. -.: ,A'.tf a ". 7'.o..le
dealer, and allowed to ,sI" the sacue aiiqu" by pay-
ing for a Licence aUe ,..: ,h. .. ~-.Lut a"
other dealers.
If the "Tavern Actf -...b I T -, J.
adroit of such t.raff t tr i. r. : 'l o ter
d ,leru:, should become !rw., I !.il It.. in
whom Quthority is vested .- gc,-a LV.t.'.e
shouIl furnish those desiring' -.'. 'ia t rint'l
cofj to govern them accordingliy i t ;- -ayv no-
thing of the bar-rooms outside ,.t ...i. i.:rn Act
in crnInection with these places.
Your- --"

99TH REGIMErT 7. "'i'H RE v:.7-L:
This Match was played at St. G. u a ou May
2!7t!,. and won by the 19th Refrimen a c.7 rui.w on
,h:. first innings Capt. C.,ttou pl;" L -0e capital
iniugs for the '9>th. Li--ut. Whi-sr. i vi.d S:-rgt.
Rows also played well. Lf.. Fear:i:.. :n.-I adow
played well for the 19rh, .rni Pvt. XV!,>. l;iayed a
steady innings.
'9r9T I EB-O NT.

lt Inn[iang. 2.
C('apt. Cotton, b. Wilson Io 6. Hadc'v
Pvt. Rio(, e. Goodacre, 6. c. Wilson
Wilson acre
Pvt. Trennan, b. Wilson not out
Sergt. Pepper, V, Vigors, b.
Goodacre .5 b. Wilson
Pvt. Lever, 5. Wil-ou ; run out
Lt. Whistler, e. Wilson, 6.
Goodacre 3 b. Eden
Sergt. Rows, not out 1. bt. WilsoV
Lt. Fischer, c. Wilson, ..
Eden c. Vigous.
Lt. Guille, b. Had',w 10 run out
Lt. Payne, b. Hadow 3 b. Eden
Sgt. Dollar, h. w., ,. Hadow (0 Eden
Extras 12

Total 77
19m-H REGrENT.

Ift Innings.
Lt.-Col. Vigors, c. Row.,. Pepperr
Capt. J. H. Eden, run out
Lt. G. C. M. Kennedy. c. Rows, b. R,.'
Lieut. J. A. Fearon, Pepper
Pvt. Wilson, b. Pepper
Lt. A. De S. Hadow, c. L,-ver, 6. i-,;
Pvt. Huggins, c. Fischer, b. Pepper
Pvt. Goodacre, not out
Pvt. Collins, c. Lever, b. Ri.oe
Lieut. Macartney, b. Cotton
Prt. Loveday, run out

" Good-


To t.i

2:,tI Ins.

u not out 4
,-. ?. Rice 16C

Total 21.

i'"T REo1nExT v. ST. CE.. LJ~ .
Played at St. George's on Jan.' "l. r,'.>uiting
ir: a victory for the I 1 th ReT in.u:;.t '.o i- 'iket .
Paptainr Edc, Lieut. Kennedy ..-i Fc(. HugginD.
made rrrins fo"r the 19th, and Dirr,.. T'-..ldinu and played well for the Club.
19TH BRFOimern-r.

1 st Inninys.
Capt.. J. H. Eden, b. Darrell
Lient. M. H. Orr, b. Darrell
Pvt. Wilson, c. Boyle, b. D:rrell
Pvt. Knowles, Darrell
Lt. G. C. r.. Kennedy, h. Oterb'ri:
Lieut. J. A. Fearon, ni.t out.
Lt. A. De S. Hadow-, Onrerbri,!,"
P;'t. Huggins., OUite!+.ri.lre
Izeiit. C. S. TiMaloney, b. Oitterbi.ige
Pvt. Goodacre, b. Out.-ri ridge
Po-i. Collins, c. Mc_'aI.., .. Dariell



i Inningt.
P. Outerbridge, 1. mw., b.,
Knowles 1
F. Littenfield, b. Wilson 2
J. Toddings, b. Wilson 8

N. McCalian, run out 6
S. Outerbridge, run uvt 4

G. Boyle, c. Wilson, 6 Knowles f
S. Todd, run out 3
A, Darrell, run out 14

W. Boyle, c. Edenu, b. Ku.-jwle 3
W. J. Rocbrts, c. Gooda.-re, 6b.
H. F. Poyle, not out 3

Extras 4


2nd Inns.

ff out

'i"n Innings.

n,'a Olu

b. *J odd-.
c. Orr. b. Good-


b. WTaIs,

F. n 6

c.& b. T....lcr

c H31 go irw ,


51 TotA

English Cabi.etf Dis.ei.iins -The Liverp.,o! Cuur-
i.r states that tbere are grave (isi-. asin:w. ia the
Cabinet. Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlair, Presi-
dent of the Board of Trade, wishes :o retire, his
principal grievance being the failure of the govern-
meat to recall Sir Barrie Frere from the_ Governor-
ship of the Cape of Go)J Hope. Only tLh urgent
remonstrauces of his c'.llesgues prereot Li,, i,;med-
iate secession. Sir B,,ile Prere's resigu.-tit.n would
solve the difficulty, and, it is in hope of this th.At Sir
Wilfrid Lawson's motion for the recall of Sir Bartle
Frere is delayed. Iu the meantime a bint has been
telegraphed to Sir Bar:!. Frere that he wouid save
the Ministry from an awkward dilemma by making
the withdrawal of his salary as High ,m-jwiar';Isuder
a pretext for his immediate resignation.

The steamship The Queen, of the National Line,
which sailed from London on the 2nd inst. with 25
cabin and 163 steerage passengers, reached her dock
at Pier 39 North River, New York, on 15th instant
about 12 o'clock. She bad a ragged hole in her
bow to within about eight or ten feet of her gun.
wale and extending below the water line for some
distance. The iron plates were bent and badly
torn, and the figure head was also damaged and
cracked. The vessel had on board all the passen-
gers and about half a dozen of the crew of the
steamship Anchoria, of the Anchor Line, which
sailed from New York on Saturday, the 12th Inst.,
for Glasgow, the two vessels having been in colli-
sion during a dense fog on Sunday. The story of
the collision, as told by eyewitness, is as fol-
It was about half-pas.t 1 o'clock last Sunday af-
ternoon when the Anchriit, which left here at 7-30
o'clock last Saturday morning, and was out about
312 miles, or in longitude 67-2 and latitude 40-39,
was steamingalung at a moderate rate, as adense fog
hung over her, a whistle wai heard off to port and
twenty could net hbav' b-en counted before a vessel
1:omed up a very short -.i-tance off and before either
one could be brought to a stop the vessel, which
proved to be The Q uetn, plunged into the Anchoria
on the starboard si,!e just forward of the Caplaiu's
bridge, and crasi.ed though its aide, demolishing
two compartuients. A scene of wild confusion en-
sued. As the veaciso crime in collision three of the
Anc'Joria's cr.:v ic,, ed upon The Queen. The
officers of the An.cor Line steamer seemed to lose
all control of thirty crew, which was completely de-
moralized. C- r., HI..10,rwick, although he thought
his vessel was~ si-irn, g; stuck to ;t until every one
of the 150 cr more p;~cogere had been transferred
i! boats to rILe Qa.e-a Some of the passengers
d tlo aist in 1:u..'. hi9g Lh.e Anchoria's boats,
and] as soon -:i ty- .'. :ruc- water most of the sail-
ors were tL f&~ -a. '..l inlc them. The pais-
neugera had :' rsiso ia rowing, as the sailors.
11ho-e d.uty 2.,:-..:'e c.6 forgotten how
to handle the .arc. A boat from The Queen, un-
e commI,2L'd f,: Mate Knight was the first
to the rescue, aLd all of Lbc boats of that vessel
were sent. to the a':itaric of ti li other steamer.
Tra sea was ve.ry c~ lr at f!ee time so that there w~.s
litt. c danger iL! tU.ratferrinc tLe passengers.
Three youig l:,die. wvho were in a stateroom on
the Anchori. Ld 1a. iniraculous escapee from death.
They were .n in t-i, -atcroorn when the bow
of The Queen .:-- through ih side o. tbe vessel asnd
came within a rery r''w inches of striking therm.
They were penned up, however, as they coul-3 not
get near the door to, c.pen it, and had to be dragged
through a hole cut in the lock, One of the ladies
was a Miss Gill, and another's name was Fleming.
The damage to The Qucen d!'l not disable that
vessel, and after canr.- .i had been thrust into the
opening in her bo'-, sue was in fit condition to re-
sume her journey toward this city. Her passen-
gers were soon assured tha& they were in no danger.
Cap'tain Williams of ie Queen and the other offi-
cers of his steamer -wee presented with a testimo-
nial by the rescued passargels of the Anchoria f-r
the assistance ihzy ha, rendered and the kind and
generous treatment Ube-.tAwed upon them after they
wrt received on board. The Archoria's pass-n-
gers also made up P. purse of $100 for distrilu:ion
amoag the crew of the steamer The Queen, and a
pur-e of $1O0 to ba distributed by the captain of
the Anchoria among thoe of the crew of that ship
wh':ai he L.,'ieves to !.r sfci'ted in the emergency
in a seamanlike aud w,, ~hy manner.
Sapposing, that ,eC .\uchoria was sinking Cap-
tap: aia HR-edderwick fin:nly left her with his officers
and boarded The Q uea. Afterjconsultation with
his fifcers b,. .co-clu-.:i that there might be a
possibility cf making p,,rt with her, and returned
to her with the cfices mad all of the crew but five
or six, after receiPinug tne assurance of Captain
Wiilibms t!ai he would stand by him-and both
v39sels hlor. ly u:.r Sandy Hook and safely
crossed the bar.

On the night of Friday, June 11, the aboveuamed
ste amers of'Lhe Stouington and New York Line col-
lided in Lonu Island Sound. The bow of the Stou-
ington was broken in f..r a distance of ten feet from
her stem pout. The Narragansert was struck just
abaft of her tormward g wway., making a great breach
into which the water' poured iu floods. A heavy log
prevailed at th'e lim., and b-.tb ves-'els were pro-
cee.ding at redur--'d seed. The Stoniunton was
driven back a di.ani itet hy he force of the cillih,'1.
The Narraganset indtantiy began to fill and sink.
Both boats were we!l .'',ridd with life boats and
ratis, a was also the City of N.:w York which came
to the astistanc. oi the cip|pled teamerss, all ot
which w s ao,-. in ,:,rer.tiou. Bef,:re the first boat
load had been rw.veied, it!', wa. seen breaking
through the miin .,erk of the Narra-anet.r, and ig a
rery brief space of time the .hole lower deck was
one sheet o fl o~.. Ti.e scene wa\, then one il in-
describable terr,,r. The few who had been calm up
to that time ,now became, terror-stricken. One man
whose name i. uuknowr', shot himself through the
head in his trcrjnzy. Iu the ladies' cabin mole than
a score of wie l.y :: ta swoin The cries of ter-
ror and distress were agonizing. As fast af they
could be launci.U ttie oi.ats nod r:(fts were filled
wt pas eng'. L.'. n 'fr ~q i: :t e.irer or picked
up in the wale-r .d :, iaul th.e.v wre trau:-ferr.d
to Ibho steamerc. Y.~ York ad ;'ionington. The
.oot persisk-n rq!Uri' c ..- n gin the number thus
<.aved fail to dj-r, i .?ci iajr-atiou. The of-

fliers of the Nar : t that ibout 200 persons
were put aboard the New York and fifty aboard the
Stoiuigton. Thry did nat take th, uaines of the
saved, and a. the pa .j;n:)ger list wa, lost there is no
way of learning hio i-,'re drcwie'd.
While somie u!t 1he; w re en,,ged in re 'uing
thosewhi.; remained ou '-:ard, ohi-r boats and rails
were picking up th ii.e in the water. Those thus
rescued were c',.uparetireiy few in number, and
probably the grei!ier part o?! tbem sauk. Just as the
last raft left the N ''rr:,n .t the fire burst 'foith on
the huricare ( .,_i."Iu tweiity minutes after the
collision she .i:::. rising8sig was continued tol some
time afterward, ht' .:t Ino were found afloat. The
City of New Y.vrk pao'eedAd to New York and the
Stouingtoni re'iitrL,.: to Stouinuton. Among th,-,
picked up wa, tl.- Rev. Mr. Lockwood, of the Sixty
eighth Street M thodi.t Church, New York He
died ,..f'exhausti. i ':.n iorter being taken on bo ird.
A lady received at the esame time died of prostration
upon the boat h,." n-ae was not learned The
bodies were tak.n to Stoniugton.
The Burial of Eng'lis Disseaters.-The L'and.ri
correspnJndent U' the Duil.y Post says:-- The gov-
ernment will un.t accept the bill to permit the burial
of dissenters i) e.!I chur'cnyards without the Church
of England ,erviee ais ended by the House of
Lords. Ii the coLwuitte.-? in the case of Mr. Brad-
laugh report in ta'or or pormittiung him to affirw at
his peril, Mr. Woolh (liberal), member for Pontefract
will move in the House of Commons that such a
course exceeds the powers of the committee and sets
aside the report or the former committee, and he
will oppose Mr. Bratdiaugh's admission. A bitter
contest is anticipated Mr. Bradlaugh is said to have
declared that if th- House refuses to permit him to
affirm he will go to the Clerk's desk and swear and
take his seat aiyho'v, and only be ejected by physic-
al force." The House ol Lords on Tuesday evening
adopted two to the Burials bill, in op-
position to the gvernenoat, by majorities of 24 and
19 respectively.

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