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: VID00027
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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Th" e A[2 'e i-:. ,
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The Bill enti: ',I An Act ,"u;.i +',c -I '5-;,SP
for the eu!wcpt. of i the Govcrnmcnri, of the.'- Her"
Mi est.i '. 'P-' l I A Si'. 0o1 t. .ap l .'t:11 iECt I C,. sucIaii E3
to t d417R, I.r i. of i .!:J 'pIahi, o n (i'ver.ue'tar o?
thbrr'ip. n -i'.- ." wns ieriad rt i Lbird ti'e i .nd
pr assei, sin! 1.1 ut;3 i' U- f t0 i F. i Vl (e d 0 ( 0ofi. .e '"
Asembbl hy '? n. P. E. W. i .er, with Lhb fi.!-
lowing M "- -.> <, --
M r. Spe.ak 7, .!'e ,n of t,w., !!Cj, e'.%, 1 .. .,dl
I ,in dire:-cteod b.. ,.e Lo ;'!;Live Co- -
tYurn to your HJ'uoniable Hilouse d:r L'iii -r:, it ;l
An Act f(, r-)isii a .1 [ nev opue r .i ue .ii,,i
the Governmen:i .f t Her .: ,,':i
to a':lpiOpi1at-? *"t t't; .-isIA to d., "di '.'c, i -f
eS;cwnsts of -pveri ,-(li '-an l.-Ine 's S fpi-s l- 2
which ihe- LU.' i..! IiV' "'":i 1:' ;- Fl .:;e e.Iaciurcd.
councill Chaimhi. 2' t: J u:' ';;.
A Bill entidped A i A-e: i... r.:' tati i bhe al( tL
W iin Spirits, ail M1-l.;, I.1q.,i.s."
And, a R:-sol;.._; lo : .ia ."ta n, : h -ita oi ~a C ,i ) ,i
the Building; Cotu,-ai '.: ':iciih in St. t:. -
ges, to aid iu erecting tsi.,il L' uLrch, wTer. bO hi.
up forn the House o.if As-su6I l :s1; .v,-:u .,-'a"
a first time.
The Bill e-l.ite.1 ,,. '* a c: .'
Inquiry A. 1'- .," "i:,.< e L r ;i
passed, arnd o:,.ir. d tio ic b ,i. ., :, .
the Acting jo:vecnaoc 'U .' R Ei. E r.
Tbo Resolve !or refunding; to ,.i. ,. 8. ;u,1 a w
Jr., the eu of t .i) 2 .., 2 .....'ti..u '. f m'. '.
by himr o0 a ScaJ, B ,r LJJa,*, .- >',.;C L :. ;.', ia
s eclions, wVo read< th. ,c,', l.I tiu,:.
p The loud; weiii. i' o n .-.p.
The Hon. J.. H 'c't rin :.' u i! tIn 0 '.-' .
The ComPiA'-;. i" v;-.
'. he l1ous9 re.d. U -'.
IT he .tAiii _iai; ia,0 .-7 <.L,_ 1 .'.,: ,,',: t.0 1
The Hulxe v.k..Ipt- .' i,-
The ie-v.lve I i- in i- I ;a 11
i Oficers. of i- I. i. "'i'.' :' i a.. i r(- i.
by them iM dutIl;'.3' ** ..'-. 1,, v.i5 .t:d th1 C I .e
cond time.
The House went i, t0o 'oi tih.,'tu.
The Hon, E. EHiarv.y i' tb. .".bii.
The Committee rotp-.
The House roiumwd.
The Chairi w i ,I ri:p(td ( i-:. Ip solve \>it,.:, m
The House adopted the Repor:.
The RI6boIve for reptaing to the Relreen.ative.3
of the late Dr. Huntir ,he- sum r. paid '.y
mistake into ibe Ticiury, w.s -i-d the st-c'onil
The House went into Committl.ce thereon.
The Hon. J. fl. Hlarvey in the Chair.
The committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman t-ptAted ;'it.1 Resolve wiihoutL
The Houet. adopti': lc -'-:L.
Adjourned to Friday ixes,i ..o2nd Jui-,at 11'..N

A tract of the Pro(,ee',uns of t/ahe II.'&6't
11ouf.. of A. .,ai.jb/.
Tuesday, 20th June, 18.;).-On motion of t.e A4-
torney General tl. Hu .ie consi;ted in (Coin'icnee
the Melsage of His Eselleacy thL-. Governor. No.
8, relatingr to the '!-:S : g ene.,3 of 'be C'oloni-
al Surveyor.
Mr. J. W. Peurmana ini thu Chair.
The Attorney Gns.r:,! moved tLlat it be recom-
mended to the to aifke provisionn by bill for,
the ,iavellintg -xspense .i c Le k.'Gionial .urveyoi.
The House ritutned.
The Chairman irep'ted progIds and ob.ianed
Slave to sit nagiii.
A MaNeage fiom the Logislative Council:
Mr. Spcaier an i b'enlemen of the Ho1ue of Assembly ;
. I am directed by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honorable House tlhe 1iil entitled
"AneAct for raising a Reivenue foi the support of
the Government of the-e lier Majesty's Islands anud
K /ppropriate ceitain xumir to rhe discharge oi the
Densee of Oovornn;enrt ;as8 ;.tntini expressed," ii
which the Lugisladiv, Councili luve concurred.
Council Chamber, 290i. June, 1.%0.
Ordered, that a Message be sent, to His Ho.or the
Acting Governor to request that lHis Honor will be
pleased to acquaint the House whei it will be con-
venient to His Honor to receive the Grants of the
The Message of His Excellency .hne Governor, No.
8, was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in th C;hair.
SMr. Wilkinson moved bhlh it -e recoramonded to

the House to order a Bill to Le iiou,g,h in to mAke
an additional .jallowauce to ithe C'olouidi L mveyor'
in consideration or the incr-.asd duie im')oe B 'i
upon him as Clerk (,f th. iJ-:,ar' of PolIic WLrk3 --
which was affirmed.
Ayea 16. Nayjs 7.
The House rcsumind i d id ipitd the .,ilult,.Con
- of the Committee.
A Message from His Honor !he Actirn: Gov-r.
(No. 20,).
Acling.Governor an-I C,:n I ,- '.d'i'f.
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c dtin his iu,, it, LU I -.- ,' .f .; .,
his eager pe:" i -. c *'1 iv- u '.il-
ablo ooura;-,_4o r:id tl Vl .i'. in r1 "U ',i'ii4U '" -,:3'
obota. fe t at-. L. i t :. ';.,. cr f 4.. ; .!..-;._ (o .4.4.
of hi hoart'-' i. a i n i. A rk -v .-1.,, i t-h
yearw of um'ahud DA. Li. iI .i -, c
intend,, o ani "t,; 'C .7 A :
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of great j,>y" 'r.- th-'t 1.,'-- :i,... p !i!
but he hAld t,' M'ba!1 A, L. ,-. 4.,i '...'- :-', it '" in, .-
W ar wv';s th nu nLt, ir i;i' ,. 'i.,... ... :. ."
vast Afrih.'n f c:onl tinent a 1; r a.' o1 I- i i ?i i lanb'.' li ht
started for thit ".u.iu h n y. h, hi,.," . ,1>e,-- .-t,;1 the r, -
m aiuing- year-o.. i:f ,-. hi ni'-. t" ,n- e.iVrrie of i.. '.
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th, 'vid- t i' ,;-" *L-,t "he !-i o..
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i.'..: !'ii. ti :-'''-i; L:r is oa uu l to be-.'ome p .pu.-
' .1.1'] '.j~i~i : -1 4pl,.niid f:. t stCt4i:mship "w'l
i .',.li it hihilly f i,,io riIable. '",', raosy look for-
"*t.i t. the 1da1y wL t'i. i-... ,11 :x;iil ..s of July
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i :i visitors ;canl'ot ill L rvt
aroused in ih.:-ni.

Tm:-L 0._i .'": ,7."mAT.IM! LY.-Th, USh au-i-
v. V -, H.,;.: lij '_ ,,_':; -..- 'i ; duly cele.?
.r.i :.n _rtn-l l : u Thi .e..1 y
was ..':utifuly rnw.... At ,;I m, o:'"u the Rovyal
:1 1...i. .M v:(,-, :ip!,l ,' t the ,ief t ,ve'ni\em t
l l.:. : .. t, t' .,..-'o thu D ."- ul .i-', .mU.l at
Ch!i .n, ':Q r:'.eid, o .. !,i-' H u th A,:1ting-
G,, ;',r:,Mr. FI.- e- were a M.: d -; ,l. W a ; t L ,.re-
r'l :''- L.".t.:.. n *u : r. ; .:I;; ; ', an,'l ;'u ihe
<, oni 7"i, '' i., t, _. o pi,,'- i *',. ),. ,.r ".- l a,- h
hu!i i.t by all the -uloveronume t E,,.!.i':i.,'.iiei s.

The N; ,v Y,.rk papl-r.. te ha-d ' Lh,- a,,'-
f.l! -a- .v rti.'ulhrrs. of the ilc.3i s tiriu 1b l iy'e of the
S.. -.. ', o.; ,, f tib' Souud rte'amer'. v!i.'h oc-
'.Ct'r.-2 1,.i l il -1l 3l-te pa.Iag e ou t1h a'ftern-i ou .iJ f
tC '. 2 :hI il'i ,,, 1,y whi.h' deptura',,le c\ ut. ov,'T..' i .,
p -i ..'.-r l' :, either by th u ii e or ..'._-'e't' in
ti. t. -: c-sape ih. i, l-itne'. 'h i it h i.s
..v,, 4 ,.- i, L. oen (.ul.ed by the blrc thitlu of
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We :n ''..d- H-ier .'.p ain (Smith) stick to hi., i
pI.t till tnh l4.-..t, and W'a- t- I1..\ i L 1 i..:d Tre he leit
th,: i,.,t ousn"-,

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";^': 'i S .ply th-:, their wz :",, by the .einc.rat..,
vc' fa ty in.itnh roCirrl,.1A! :nt, A-:th'.i- TeR pub-
hi '.. a'. niiu.... -A. in ,"! r k e ( cl,? 4.0. te0 .t o t far .'s the
c(.II'"~ :1f t :'. I. l*l'. "' t .L i n11.ll n'i: respects., *even
and equal .

-'LE..tAT.RA': Tie renarki ob-eii, whieh 'havc been known
to thie w,.'rld hi:h-r tlIe .inul ulri cogowen' of Cleo-
patra's t*--dle,-, .,inil u'lh-ih ,a e now b-l i't removed
one-, to i a i tii. tl the i ! to the Un it.d .-'tates
ho e a mutc'i ei r. it,i re-'tin.i : rch-a,''lglc'ai inter-
Cst Hil E i.- gV;'l :ii l l;pi,:11 .:2 ).
I'liiey '.-'ICe i ;. 1 o Ir.!n ih i..c- leL'rte, l quarries at
-DO, at- II O !,, like0 ot-i1.N.' c'jnstriueit:, in th,. uu if
t,.* riig;, iorr), n lizi i th,..i-i%'4 tays. T he ri!,i-
i.- i:. i i o.' v: ich ,. iiA.l v 4,rr a (o'i ',..p i is a irose-cioloured
granite. Plinv state that they were transported to
the Nile with the iel o|! fhla bottormed, boats. ioatin,.
in canals epei. 1:idly prepared I for that jh'purpose. It is
suppose1 that th-y wv're afterwards erected to their
!::c1 ,by rIal.ini a groove at t!meir base, ini which thev
liihth tiiurni a a i.ii'., and t iel. bLuiling 4a io-ilund Of
earth, whiebh inere: t'.I in size as tiho top of thoe haft
at oJ t uu';ntil the ;,o iloni;n.;nt-l tool ert-ct.
Thcy were originally S.,t up by Th.,-thmrne Ill., one
i0 Egypt greatest ruless, at HFI opl) ior the i. itv
Uo the SLun, as eai! iy as 16ii B. 'C.
'i'hey were trr.i-potced io Al-,xainhi ia iiUi1- Tiberia,
am! lup in front of C'.i..r's temple wh, re they ob-
1.6i0.1l tliii. luili? .Whicl thr.y ie: The nano, wa.-
give'n to then. b2' of a tradition that they were
removed t(, A!e':.itidria during thi r'.ign cl Cleop'itr;a.
The ob(sli, l',renove.-j tr. England i; I- It 5 inch-es
ii._ii, iiHa t'io taitins on itNs iwo .' li-i, h- iieroglyiv hs ex-
pi,:,'- i .. t!e. tilks -)t Thothnie:-s i ll.; on the other
t,.,', I.i, ,'; 11 I. h-.t' a.le,.i hi' own; iIltlaiting: only
the po'..p W,i4 1 1) >- WO.- ,' l h ti n-.'ii!' -i'hi' bui ah-
solutel-" ,i 4.-1: V.. t ,..;," i .I" n Oi' : Ti. 1 -
u i ...: '., -r;lii ., i- ; L ,,:.' ii. .,, in'. I in -
. 'i n, "i!441'wI : cr -r' .vi, 1 l the .i.' 'i, ii nn,-,'t: ch.
Thie niiica4c'.< to 1tio e ible ,l itAiit u ii;eh li tiheeC
reon rkabfl ioi.'lsr p'oi.oE i ? notto niuchi in tiuir
in.crip:jcir -. it ielr inr.' ;1-,' in tith. iact Ithat the.,

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Cu.,.,'o f, S q'.[,i.' i"'-u'll. i;", v...ts th.-ir ':'trli jall f')1", i ( he
1 .0 I' ," 1ie.;). 'l .'n '. I- : i, ;: 4' i' i' a u-
.:*-Hp,.reneed. ,, to -.' ur,,. in civil .!,m er' m:'ut, but
W 1 0.'-'. 5-1:.i,' '.-I,.'h iaptI -:-. ,' f(T' it, a1 ) Vy b0e 'inul ird:-l' byI y
L'.: itc of i.. i,-' 1,i, ie inud C--raliin. d, ,he did '.nlint
orvi,:C ,.. the Ut ic:u .,i.!E iu fIth i-war, iud ra:I a
.'i..,. and corps comuand.:r, anined distinction
i'; n r-t .- i it: 'itle-:. Hi- reputation ha i always
i''; 2' oSir .O" 11* ::' d i I ',;t 'iJt' f r4in CI n'
..? .-' d 'ii- .i u.:.t; ,i ,'; ".- for t- he :. .fi,* e t.: ,w1'i.,h
bl c-. o i: -.. ok ,; : : l im i \ i r--I _._.aI' il v ih t
nh'.r-t: <;ian b11 ;ai. l against ihu. In si(cting
tii ", it n d ir. ', .:..?r p- their ..taudard
b .r; t.'-,%o d : -.- ; 't: ,:-. -71.: 3-; r ot 'c wi- leom
'I la in: 1, C.. i ..l I II Oi A to .. 'l .. r i i in
t n-'., 'er. wt. ho, ; iIL' r'.'.n l. :-ionth .' *i t. ,,- f;-,ii of,I
.-" tr- .-- b..- :L., 0v.,!rat',. v a.. .lle will -:>.
in e, 'l. l 'il. h- i'H 1 n h r., ,nb r c. i,. vott,.- n -:-..l^t
I o 7? :- '' a L iii, '" : s'- 4 14O ri, .'. T c. c.4- ;- the
'.'.' it bt i n, v r-.r \,',.,iri 'ind t! '.,^ i for. ._ war
,. c.n .r .4ho k- t: 1 H')"-, r'- r o". t f'or' and
:-'1 ,h [ .:- '..i'_:1,,, iviil n.ot en -.-:: pt;. the .*1 a;T. ; -".. -f
: r' 7 t-yri ,r I ''_e '.', ";wi'_h i ,., ', elee-
:i'...; .: ve p. ( e ithrm ii ot,.+.her ,]c"! r,'at;ic .;--!1 1-date-'.
i 4."'-eu it i p' tihat .o ,x .e-'!i.-nu le.1)1utationt
',i ioth r-andide.te.- will i- .e c t i: aioVity of ,ble
ra tfio .s, Rm ., H, t;.A the oStifki.i.' .aud po)n1sion j'. of !the
1 w-Y Vill b'? AWS nQ.0 Ci O nd a :'C:usawd., th FA
4 7 ia--.- 1 .n at any -;al el i-' '.'le hS." 'I
l-Th.e ie.imocirtic, co ,V.l..i ion a..t C).'J1tiei n.ti wivei
-. u.'ffr a.tj2(i -.-.. -_if lyV th :n thi.t cKf h:W rc.nbi,'i.4u4q
|. Ut. .bic-. TLe, I:., nUc at'L.ra of protmiieuLt can-
4I.ia.t-.: h .... i.y i; lval'.' ifi'r tLIe ':minai Ia h'ad
C(h U W li'0 :" e iC...l. y witli ,i,: party. as to
I n:. the op=i u .:ou- -.; -.' im aund bititr. W h-Eb n
I ,ii.'aocral"t sn t, lhey did ot kL'i, w wv ... ,?
m-, eat ':A r : L;it to 9 "-' 0t:,',, t':!,,,. vu\',.:,ion,
,.., j .Ai ];u,,- ,pret. w ..!, wh, a ;-.iit takei the
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Stbo: w'.it for _.o i up::>u tI,? C'oiir0i.son, Til-
On.: shoul ih O n? s- 4thel oe hiel ..d ., hted
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S, .:'! i. i tW e n,.n- 'i-h fumA hall
,.ri. I : T e it' in 1 _e t, i.'*. J t .: ie of-

.. -',. t..( : o, f ch!al,.lie ng l ,.-.'- :;,-nd i.'-tui p
"" 'Y_0im" '4t i ii' t '-' V oi..1.:. ,,,01 p .i ly .petnr.-
,. bi bim :.-If *..od is fri:.:.--, i ',.o ros' ,ar d
I 1.'L 0. i'th '. Mr. 'Til.-eu Las rnarige1l
; ." his. .h on par -. Tie? d -u. ,'r.ts havo
-iA' o n. ,f i 4n l ld "i:.r:,L. n.:imes ud iu ivers pir.aes,
.-i".1 1ti.' p:'-w,-rfui l inlr.t i on, Tauinany Hiil!, int ]i-
..-Wi city, vW'4s: in open revolt against him. he
eim.e to bh ..l led the ",''" or theold men
of tihr: i-iuuj'untiu." 'ho testrid the ,'democrater:
.L': iidero. His bhalthl w0'n poor, his mind supposed
t, 1 i.'mpairdrti, anod h .'n.a na:t. .'eenD in any open,
ard .'tio cone.-ti 1 with poli'ti:is. But, when
t'h i' vn s a. :onve&nd. O .i0 state or locar'l eS-liov.! ,
Lie indluucel '1.o'1 felt, and hi cold:d aud (lamu'y
t,_, :'.1.." :4.,it w.T-. ,- :il; 1!, Lha,1 mos'- to do in shapiup-
a.1-' m.Ie liiy.r thL de, '.,t r i.t ins and con:r l.i.ious of
h,-' party., is is not an iniaginary) p:,rtrait drawn
.,' ]ickeu- Dc .Durlnti, but he is .i ve-ryv capnblo aind
-xp 'rienec.l r'L.n,:. ..:-irin@, hir st- uti-t'th year, with
an arra!hall.-iu:r 1.::-, it. hi l. 'id. 1, awd hand which
s1.h .., ,;,0 i. -.'i' nv;o y" t n1 .1.. in a yray c-trious,
pL.:'xiit.'. 34 way., th' better of thozI;o who try to
: '. I \ .: ;' Iof h,.r,. -.41 w hen ,:.:1-'n'i) reqnirec.
of tl'o -'', nir.l:n 11i ) sucih attempt.
B .th'. i .-.. I mil'nit lia',-e hbad ihe no-
**-* *'.'"* *' i, ,'. d i D -.!.. "o:," ;ii ,-i 'ii..w p -
n,,w- '.,. t ,elatil, o g i uo .tig-n of his withdraw. ;t
Until t, '.coven tirirt .'et. LIWe O Stu, Ls !.-ttt.r
-i,] i l ", i. t r, "" i n. ) 1 .ti. .i. "'.

-.' m. ,(- t', it w,., t'e t.'.d .1- ", ,. V, fi '.h .- ,).-
"1i.. aui 1-" h o W.-ed tek.gram.- o niako
ch-ir d pi..-;aivO 1L aritt pamrap-nt.l m' IHi i de.
i.oin w T.'-S .el l ed t 'i' ,' ouv t 1.:.- 'ith ,l tfe l-
': .f .: T -.-A w- s ,.o ic- 1 l.'. t .'I fa 14 l if'
;'til ",'n ,, H' h 4_.-,1 t ,uy-m to,, .i.arV Ne' v York, rind
thi, was a p.,iu! mior"e ilmmciut' vital than
t),, 'i-.hit'. ci t -atut.i!.tI. whom 1aud h;.d ,. 6i'--ated.
In th.: 2.,,il ce io,_ l!_tii iia t H l a., been s ,.,o e.l.
.A T "ir fjr, ;. mil e.uou.' th,; it. wv .~ i' th. i;.
.inlg-" *- 1 ,.'' -'*ii:'.'ro i '-vith r. T )l, .-:-!I. Ir ..,ill
4:,.;'.'e1 o 10 4",4 :, ,',it, .. candid:t:e, hLoiwV:c.'-. n p1 '; isi,.; it; 1 .4: cl-, t !4-t 'uiippor)t .o umyole but Tile
,.!,:n,. h-',r th.e.a. ra ot, 1-i r,:as,,- tIh:-,'" ,'nv t.'it'n
h. '1: the i :l:.':, !'.! 1..f 1' ... 'il.-eu, and ,." th.,-
claim. which in 4m1 w,:'re dteei'ed thv to
t,. lo iiattiu ; ;.3 ..'4 :h' ,,i --. >;,nd I:..(ilot H arf! : :
v. s ,.'i;i,.,., al~iaao iii.aiuimcuuly nud by anelama-
ti,. H i.s :ic .,.,.upc tit,.' iL the ot:~ ution w.a:,
S*,-1&tl DB, yr-r.i, oit Dvl'liw.,re. te, pr.ost distin.
:.-V,-' "-. r. Lu w r- r hi,.- p;!'- Cy au .<:4'11(-;t d and]
-.,riotiirab.,l- i4114., who niareL' thu; 4tanard of
s atet-.,'aaiship thau :]' any 1e1 HIe- ri. n,'t, 4 -. b" n a a 'vailhble .:4as I-an-
I.ok, t.y -experiUence n~oiL study, and in the
bishe:e' an-t1 icor.e es4,n,:>.i;d qualities. of intell,-et and
(.:I'.':cite', i s u1,4 j h l".tt".r C: ifLipped for' tL.: bigh
Cih, to which both ..".picr'd. The i anir. 1.04 for the
,'4. ," e.t-id,,t .,-y, Ei ";.;Lus! o'f I'l1ih..i i. a 1o.,id
1-1;..., 4131 tit. ti'4' c.'andidai,... ti- ".9s I)t fo1-r'wail 1

6th July, 1880. PA" J. 1 r1

rpENDERS will he bI eceived iy E T R I E TOS
j--- the Undersigned ON
From P -r.

For School Hoi-.e in Smiiths: Pari.7h. On the Evenings of
Plan and Specifications c,'n e' o]it:-4.inl.-d i l i
applieC'ici4 to MR. EDVARD PENISrTON, Fl-tits. (-1( s 1 lS ay ,
JOHN W. PEARMAN. The 7th and Sth of July, 1SS0,
June 2.5th, i8 0.---2pd u I MR THEOPHI.Tr. Rt TTV

.'t r> j<_r lU l.lI .. .., -h I h ,, rc t,.:,t L ;,' to
the iun w'.vL ., sl :.elC t ve in II ypt. ;T'Ie

\ whlich S l.,,!o:i .rve t..l in h ,,,i of lt,- temlplo "I- li
obeli-"-, w r. ay s, -.c i,..i iiI pair, :iI .ll w.') the
-'lost i.C- 11o10,n :-, ..! pr. uinii..-'It .vliHt, ,f \o.1:.h ) > at.
the i';, t -- ,r',, 's ipjt

4tl= A Supplenlllit of ;5 Colulnlls.
accoi;qanir':. this is.ui: of tht "' Gazette." It
(ont.-int the proc of Ih,:- Legoislative
Council for Friday th.- _'wl instant, aind of the
House cf Assembl:y for- yesterday. An Article
SFashn.-nibl-'e "* s.-:i -i'.s" published by r':equ-st.
r,. t;.-'.:t i;, -'!,ic:'n E nr,! ,. new -.s (''.0 k *t r iur.. l. ., Nt .

gIRTHI in 'V;nir'w :k i'trih.h, .in tlih niIth:iVo, l ,]R:.
-;rTEr f r l i' H'n ,!.t. ,?i ( Sor .
........... ,r,_ -Yih Juinr ,, St. ,.,;rge'4 thii Wi;i' of
S;optyI ,i. [;II .km,.; r\ .tti R,. i.0 tnn, ('f
a S'ON.
........ jI. IN c. -.I k ai h, 3I- .lth Jin- 1 IR.j,
'*',M. S, RTTII of'n SON,
.......... In Peinhroke ParMi l thi l ..-,t in-it. Mns.
PlT rn :. --'. t0'.-: i I.. i, u D.11.tI ,I!TLR.
........-KES..--O.n hi-,i' ti June. at :j3 N-w L3t.reet,
ppiina (.;iardlus, L,.,idci,, tiLe L.ioy of Admiiral ir
C'oin"-r Key. .",' a D.i uumt rn.

DIED, on the '.it ini,,t, at. t. Georg'e's, ANDREW,
oliy .;on of Nrh1itl'' A .tirdrt iComnltji.sary General
Rol"'rits 'on. ag- ,'1 2 'd; .
........., atiis r-iideneo., 'eldar Grove. IT! Pa-
rish, on Tlithurda'y, 17th ult., TiOT'r OurTEIerIDOE,
Eslr.: aged 55 years,
........., his residence in hishs Town, last evening,
IER. FRA.NC-' hrsOM:EO, Sr., aged 7,. >;ears, leaving a
wid'.,w, five ohiiidlieu and relatives and friends
to mourn thefi lo-s.
fig- The relative.- ial', iind, of 1Mi, IToom.-iiare' ro-
spoetful;, ihivji-.i .; o tt-'.nlh i'i f:nrperal from his. late
res.ik:t.ce, .his T -,t. I,' iferr1noon, at 4 1.,iu.
.......... ,. St, .l '. Paro:.nage. n the 9th inst.,
ELIZA.i iT' ;'F-Urn!I r ii t of the Revd. Abel
J!I_:S CliI]..-t, fir,',1 ,,l.;." fan f t Demeorar:a.
I :P1 ','t:ir of P'il'.- 'iri. i i th rameo C'oui:nty of
thle Pi'r inc c -,t r. ritri- I ;u i:. a, ani' daul'ghterr .:,t tho
INt.- T:n i.- D. Tu, -k r '. c:'., f :ertnutii !, iged 71
ye'u .:,.--- '., ,, .. 1- ,'i. ., .. 1 .

rfHIE mii-Aun. i! M- it'.' "f the ROYAL
BERMUDA Y CH('T CLU.B, will be held

At ni.ilf
The (COtilitIc-. of rL' :('-il is v'ft lp'utt d
to uteet 'O.-D.I.Y it 3 p.rn., i audit fthe
Acconit -.
Hon. Secretfary.

o -0

The SJale of GOODS,

At .ich

Untl Iurther Noikv,.
A uctioneer.
St. Gu', ,tlv 5th, iS<,

.'4., % .' -> .
.I' LN S@
New, &ood and Cheap,
\'iil be !for .,l i,, .i-!rrivai .. ;c Devoin hlire
Di 'y c.)Is Store.
list uoiw- open.
Julh ill, "8 1'. --3 3p{


,00 "8 inch STION E,
200 12 inch STONE,
Appjv to
W'esley Cottage, WV:irwick.


r K. [Jndersgnec
all p)er.. s i.. ette
knownii a,.i-'1 ,l. i 'I. T' It
Parish, f,,r the1 purfpiet oi
seC t'ed de-)..;6- etii ,-, il1
sP -. i t r. ; wIhih I. '','i b
Paget, .tu,'e 22', 1880.
... . ... ....Lo s


... ... -.. ..'L.. _. 7. J I L.a n
For the benefit of those who have not bad
an opportunity of witnessing his
extremely interesting Ex-
Those who have witnessed these Entertain-
uiwnts say that they far exceeded their expec-
tation, and any person wishing to become ac-
qu-tited with the marvellous should by no
means fail to attend them, as they have never
before been introduced in these Islands.

Front 1esenr. Seats 2, ; Middle Seats I /
Back Seats 6d.
Doors open at half-past 7. Experiments
col.maciice dt .:. o'clock.
Tickets may be obtained at tho Royal Ga-
zette" Sta.tionery Store, and at the Doors on
Evenings of Entertainment.
The Alexnndrina Band will be in attend-
ance and perform some favorite airs suitable
for the occasion.
Carriages may be ordered at 10 o'clock.
July 5. 18S0.

The Barque

Is expected to leave !Londion for Bernmuda about
the mnildle of Septeibe'r.
Freight taken at rea:ionablie rates.
July I;th, 18iS.-3
olounist" copy 3 inies and send in hii.-
J. H. T. &


i [ttireit)/ lorumis -
'r uipon ill i'rop.,erly S t R e c e i v e ,
'" sit:uate i I Pao4(t Per S. S. JIMURIEL,
c-.iteeting or remI-l vi!g !
he b-.ach, excevi-pt .,Il1 ~ foZEN Sets C.arri;,re, Wagon, Buggy,
e iiow'n oil Cart ani Donliev HA itN I'N; '.
12 oz.en R.iding "and !_rivinrg \Vil[l':.i
H. F. R F TH 1 121 rt i I A (L -N P S 1" .8
F1 R l Driving REINS
Ladies' and Gentle',1en's RM idi'i t\DDLES
t, L>,i r'n. ":4r 'm DU', T'Ei
*S .... N.-. |\I ." & ., ',.,

ON Tilursd(Vy last or ne.-ir 1h11 To|'), t
i- iamilton,
d Gold Sleeve B UTTON.
'I'le Fiinder ion leaviinu the same at the It.yel
Gaze'tl.:" ( .Ofi-, C i!1 bI i liih!v ;, ew.C ,l i "
I'eiubroke, ,,ulv 6-.n, .' o.--:

It would be nufair and premature, -says the Lr,,-
don WorbM, to aserl thai, the tradition'- drallianlry
of the British Officer is on the wane. Yet anT ':>-
comfortable misgivings gains ground Lbat it i.s ,*-.
now-a-days what iU. was. No doubt. many brit;i
instanc-s of individual pr,-wess are to be found in
the records of our most recent campaigns. As -x-
pont.ets of persona! daring, lion-hearted', einl.,rI pt.
i0i dc:.) .:r, s'i. I'L.i ? s tlj.'- ? o0 Bullet, e-:: .
ford, V:. i'J'iLr.o.r i-.a i f.1ln, ajid many. IT) :e
Wetland uortih as p u'; havo goia before. Deiriioration may not have
gone iar, but there e ,not wanting symptoms that
it has alread(i7 iet i0.

. 11' ; 4, l. t ; .

-4 AND,
Finie -deecti oi of HU fis

I Extension I'op Park PHXE TON
,i .'Eio 2 Top BUG'l!;ES
I Tr"',il,,,: IUtGjGY
2 Fine

I l.,,idsome Trotting Al A l. E
Reid street.
July 5th, 18.0.-2

tEiiUl c aucto ,

At 12 o'clock 1..

(n Thursday next,
Sth inst.,
100 fLEST New York HAMS
S" 25 Bis. S. F. FLOUR
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
5 Bls. Green GINGER
5 Cases MATCHES, 10 Gross each
I PBoxe-s SARDTNES, } lb. Tinrj
10 III~. Gr-cerv c -SU-I A .,
10l Half Bls. New Y.)rhk BEEF
2 Half Chests Oolong PEA
Mn's Pants and Coat:4
A large lot of Men's, Wi-,men'. andm Childreni's
Boots and. Shoe-s
100 Lbs. assorted CONFECTIONERY
3 Hhds. English ALE
2)0 BIs, Bottled STOUT, 4 Doz. each
1 VWheeler & Wilson S-ewing MACHINE, Lock
il Stitch, in thorough order, but little used
I New Large Corn or Coffee MILL
1 Double Iill-"ide PLOW
1 Spring Mafttress 1 Cartiago POLE
And a great niy other Goodls that will
appl)lear at the Sale.
A L 8 0.j
In the late MAr. Sltus' Store,
F 10 Boxes 9 11 Window Glass
4 Boxes assorted sizes Window Glass
2 Large Office Desks I Paper Case
Pigeon 1Holes 1 Faaniin MACHINE
I Office CHAIR, Turnabo-it

A .N D,
A Lot- of Bottle BASKETS
A Lot. ot old BOARD and PLANK
A Lot of Pap,.r .BAGS
*2 Cof,:tee MILLS A Lot. of STRAW

Any LIQUORS that may not have
been cmlhle '1 f,-r from last Thursday's sale.
HaIamilton, July ., I.8".

"y mp R q ,'st.
V T T 14" T.F


Hfloim hol Furniture.

Has been f avoroed with Instrucltions
to Sell,
N k 1V fu T V 0 ,



On Wednesday,
The 14th July, Instant, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Consisting in part as follows:
Drawing Room.
PIANO-by Win. Hall & Sons,
J N.Y. m usic STOOL
Large Round Centre Iosewood TABLE
Easy CHAIR (mahogany)
5 Chairs and Cushions
6 CHAIRS, Cane Sent, with rod cushions
CARPET, about 22 feet x 136 fet
4 Floor RUGS '
Handsome 5 Light Crystal CHANDALIER
6 Prs. Window CURTAINS
6 Top Curtains
6 Prs. Curtain FASTENERS
Handsome Gilt CLOCK in glass
3 Gilt Picture FRAMES
4 Oxford FRAMES

.Dining Room.
MAHOGANY Dining T dine 12)
2 Handsome1 Dinnei SETS, red and whito-
maroon and white
1 White and Gold Tea SET
Writing TABLE, mahogany, with drawers
Waste Papc-r BASKET Sofa LOUNGE
1 Pair Handsome LAMPS, double burners
1 Large Do. Do.
1 Red Do. Do.
Flowe.r Vases Large Tea TRAYS
11 CHAIRS, cane semt,.

Wine, Chmnipagne and Liquer GLASSES
Custard DO. Jelly DO.
Flower VASES Finger BASINS
Butler's TRAY

1led Rooms S' Dressing looms.
TOWELLING-TowI 1 and Clothes RACKS
Large Round TABLE Painted TABLES
Large SOFA and COVER
Large Mahogany Set of DRAWERS
Do. Mahogany PRESS, with mahogany
tray drawers
Do. Painted Presses Large Washstand
Do. Basin Bath TUBS
China Foot Baths Looking Glass
Square Drugget Clothes BASKET
Window Curtains China Candlesticks

TL.L Deal and other TABLES
1 CLOCK 3Safes Sundry Chairs
A large variety of Kitchen Requisites in Iron,
Tin, Wood and China A Stove

Medicine Chests Seales and Weights
Measure Glasses Table and Ink Stand
Earth Closet Carpet Aquarium
Fish Globe

Carriage House.
1 CARRIAGE to hold 4 persons
1 DO. (Covered) to hold 2 persons
1 Ladie's Saddle 1 Gent's Saddle
Carriage La m ps Sad.dle St n

Carriage Lamps Saddle Stand
Carriage Covers Harness

Screen with Pictures
Market Baskets Jars Tins Boxes
Corner Tables Milk Tins and Strainers
Water Tins Buckets Garden Bench
Grass Mower Corn Grinder
1 Iron Cash Safe, on wheels
1 Silent Sewing Machine, Wilcox & Gibbs
Hyacinth Glasses Bows and Arrows
Hall Floor Cloth.
July 5, 1880.

N notice
Vp) Sufferers fronm Dy)pep~;:i, Liver Comn-
plhint, General DIebility, NervousIness,
Palpitation; Loones of .pirits. &e.
Thtle J'id4.iifnld having been a groat Sufl-
erer from inn pi, 9, w.a completely cured by,
one bottle of McDoni;ld's tainrous Bitters.
Church ie t, Opposite C'ontrol Office.
., (. Agent for liermuda.
Hamilton,i Ju!, C ;iii,

House Maid W anted.

1%,'I7 .N 'I'i,;' in li'.,,m il ii P'lget I',,iish, a
ti)U ".E ,J-- i l I i .- 1ipplieints must prio-
ducte :'a ,-,.'i ) | -, I u..,mirn.!nials.
i.ier..o l \\, given.
Enquire at Office of Itoynal iazetto."
Paget, 5th July, 1880.


M ayv Goo(-I'' V .1; Ifsiff Stram^r
Dry Goods. New U,,.. o sm

SOn Cni.1g. h s,., ntr
'"ni mn, P O )

S' -'r rafl-r I n" iyil,.Iy ," dir. ti from LoMId.,II .
A G(.noral Assitmlent of Superior

Which will I).- open for Inspectlio!n and Sale by
the pieceo oi d oz,, at the- Ztares over our Otli,-e
every day r'unim 10 n., to 3 p.m., except
i'lturi-sl:ty:.,'i'ir ,0o.i ti two .-ek ., t lihe. tilii I ,l-
aicc %ill be -clo.sed nu'. ai Public u acii..
Amoni Mlich will lie froiii 1110 filoll vwill,
Mentioned Ar ieles :-
-" Colored i1,en1os T'rnlht (uil-
Iliack Wlitc and Colored T \RII 'd \ S
S(ieiped Grenadines Brown T''urkiil 'l'owe
A NTI i MAC '. %R.: TurAivk Twill.,
I retonuies \ 'hie P i> ,'m
'i'will Print Dr:-.s i:i an
ila:x Sl hoetin, w hit.. [ l,jh ;i,.
I'roydon Sheeilinr G Iur- Cr.licuo
All.iamibra Quilts .SIrip-'d Shiriaz,
Lrishuiereo i (irahi b nic la,,lldl:cr:chlii *1'
4,ollar-s HIJaIs iils.3 l'initafor,.i lo. lI ( i.i
Kid G LOVI:', 4 !-,fr,'n,, ( eo {;.-z.ll*,
~Kid G .011N:-, 4hut, d,,, I (;~az,-lih,
Gents Collars and Cuits Slhirt.
G(irla White Spiked fHals
Ladies' Leghorn Boys Gulatica
Men's Boating IIATS, with VeinltilatinI
Fancy Plumes Sulver 'I'liiublcs
Tape Pins Hnir Pins
Corman Friuge Mull iEdging4
Cochet A.TinMAlAS-AIS
x wis ,s ets Lace Cohiars Crni LLa
l. :-e Fichus Frillinum Collarettes
I'in-spot Muslin, ;w1iss Blouk
Union Jack hiandl.eri'it-es
Royal iNed Clhintz Pows
I onnets il.:istic starter,
,Satclhels Bri'ead l(, iit.- ccissos
Vliite and Black l)resdrin C(Ti )Ii
I; Hr and Tooth Brushe~i
SPerfrumes Engravinigs (-.lri-uiu-i
Gold Fr,'nles WVhie Ae...lP iA 'Nal. i il.,
I) ill Linnen liam -.,k
Colored Pockefs lilibi!'ridle'! .i Cover,-
Toea Sets ietiire Books ',
Dolls W hips BatalI .ok tin'l.i
Velvet Frames Pocket Books
Saddle Purses s cho.! Ipags
i etl iPo', i elderss i r-oks
i ork Boxes Pufl i I s, V.a.. ,
Corals Inks
Cologne, in Wicker Botie,,
H air Oil Faincy Ruole ,'lh l'?ck Cornbs
Puitfs I! Hir Slides :'ide Comiuis,
iln ellinag ottleKs F'alins Vi hitii Le-.d i-.
Day HBOOKS Elutlopea Red \\'a.
I F.-eouch Note tPape wr o.ilseaup Paper
SNicllc- ,Chains. WVisils
I Watch Keys p-lc),Ct'cles Maid C(.a.,s
, Eye Glasses Pi.n iKnives Scrap lhmoksr
Dira%%ing PenudsL
Silver Brooches and! I...rri'n.i
.SIlver Neck Chains iindL i.ocket,
(Goll B tOAL'H1'ES anid E \ItlINGS
Venetian Beads Peaco(:k I'c.dnla4ts
Shaving Brusihes Slate.4
China 'ouiade Toilet Suap l.aIva'uler
CorkscrewsY Tool C(-,. Buttonll looks
Colored Ribbons C'orsets fBlack liiblioni.;
WVhie and BIla,-k TH'PR ..A) .Maidii
Einbroidery and ILisc-itit,
Colored Iossaimurs \VhWiiie .ilk Tull,
FLOW\V E':S vA,'l.l tiii g Trinmiiiiiii
Bordered Ilainkerclhiefs lbi;iJ ls
I, ..k Scwing Silkk Pc.,l Buttous
Stii .liad'ls 1'anlcy C."rds
iGrey Alpacma Colored! t 'irge
!Iussel Cord, ra)b Silicija
Brown Holland Gre( M-,rino killingig
White Dimity
Blue Striped u;lates I'o ii|::; ('loth
Fancy Prints I \Vihiti-i Sicl:i.i.,
\Vhite Loili C'lulih
While and t'.ljlh'iehed T'I'C)'I.L.4
Fancy Shining \Vlhite and .e:uilot ,'l.lil:-I
liinmel's Violet and Rose I'owder,.
These GOODS will i, sold for cash only at
25 to 30 per cent bolov iMlarket rates.
Please call and Insp.t ithem.,
B. W. W\ALKtk I & CO.,
Ilamilton, July 5, 1880.
. .. .. .. .

Co(rnr of Reid an'l Qlueen Streetsi,
Has Received by the Jlulwiel,"
A further Supply of English and .American
1 -Y ArA

S" AL SO, '
"Raymon Seiwing Machines,"
For which Is has been, :appoiNited -ule .Agent
for b'erilauiuJ.
,1:t a (risigIment e n l' very haliidsoinr,
CL qC K I .
Ita,'iilton, July G. I8?0.

I 'iE Undid.iii.ned, eipeltinIg L leave Bel-
. muda shortly, requetots that all IDE 1AN DS
a':maist him bie rendered for Settlement on or
bI/oie the 15/th July, now ,next ensuing; and
further, he begs to remind those INDEBTED to
him that a s:-iisfactorv uarangeiment of their
ro.,pective Accounts must beu made Lby the above
mountioned date.
WVrwicl., June 18t8, 1880.-2 ;ip

Servants Wanted.

i e. as COO)K and General Ser-
S vui, naid anoihoer as NURSE..
Wanted at OLIve IHILL.
Hlamilton, July Gth, 1860.

< ,p ait,, it fi i .
%\ ili leave, hence f 'i Nev Y" c ,Y
l .' j !. iJ l \ ,
To leave thence for return on
15th idein.
Frei",hlf, 'Pareel.- aind Specie will be ,recvi.d'
In- lil 6 i .,., vuly 7 1,, .11A,! iI ,,f .,;.,, !',.I
fcii- l, w ill fii e I ,, s el, uil i ti a.iP6.0, l w i .i l ,.
Passong'er .t'lgro wil! b'.. removed it 3 .i.,
Stih Jul. .

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iI.Iiiv lo, iun ni-.i.i;,, tii.lD .ily', I -4mit.

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recited, ed,
9-30 A. AM. dire-.t, 12 Noon, calling at
,;oO3 P. M., calling at Boaz Island,
B,'az Island1. 1-.5 P. M. direct.
Extra triple will be" rmae whenove-i ;iufHcient
induLco-meunt off-rrs, and thrc'- or four frips ; (-:
b.Te nia'I- d.iily bi:-twi.-iit Hanilton and ahbov.
narii-ed points.
Due ioiti.:- will be .-iv, u of any deviation
front th,, Bo:3o. I-.lAnd Roure.
Spe:ial i arrantjg-cIv:-nFt v:ill bi., mnad,' for the
-convLteyu ,,.,, fr, ,i_,'(ht.
CW n K '-1. F -.:rr u.--s crs

For t!-.: u(otC iia ijul:lati, ii of blusinili- ,:; p":'oplei
a:i(d1 other '.-.:t -Zt '-,.ssenl rs,-

Iwill continue to ianlki:' i rips on the F, rry bl-
tw:o:-n tlt,. hours of
:A-3 A. M. 1 A I. .
3,.'; P. M. a l 1'-. M.
l:av'ign each Landiig ',t. intervals of alboutt
20 minutb.s.
Th>o above Time Tabli',- will r.m.iijin ii force'
until furthi r noti.i-..
The Dospatch" will be avaiiliabl' fo.r Eveno-
ing Exeaursion Partities al moderate r:t-'..
Foi further infiormati,-ii ple:ais- apply to,
:3. Front St re-t.
iamailonu, 5th July, l.Si

1-:. l'l linite !hiiC (:j9stoji'irs n l (lthe
iP ille g'.- '*-llv Iti. i'isiect soI:, very
eh-ice pice- ,.,)ai, _.- ,itNi.'l, B!-E I' spe-i- lly
iarek l tfor Iin t1l i -!t\ t'lore 'e0 1. ft New
i',irk, ar:, d wi'lich Ie :,o 'w , ;-it th,- rate of
80d. per lb.
('hul hli .'ti-c i' )ppl. site 'ti.u. i ol hliice.
I I:iunulloi, J ulyv thb, 1 S:1).


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IIS Rkeceivedl from f London,
Sy' lhl Si. (Gt-nri, F.!!"d
II is ain- il Stmnlie(- ,i

i i li )bucks iPaibius,
OLlS, VARN1.41S, !1RUSilr;^. &,-..
1"'la\il NI',W Y' iIK,
"I'." ', ', ij..i.i., \\' e t e.r; t> 'i I',I l'A l. (
for lou;i i littorns, ii (allon, lialf gallon
and utmi i Tius.
Dealers ,i th above rticl-s woull do wel!
by calling at utv Shop bolore purchasing else-
w he re,

July 5th, 11880.

All CLA l .IA :'iAr..ini me ,ninst be ricidereod
by the 20th oft lihis l tnlih i'for t-e lit ineo t nim
notice will be taki;n of au' y ,-r thll:u d te.
T. i. M.
July 5th, 1881t.-3

iFor sale,
\ vr-ly _Com:o of,. i os two . D ogise,
Situaleil on Union ."licut, '.f ilic Town of
SI i i i,;
'J'h H1-ouse is aIbolt t.velve yetarss old and bull
of' thu very bust uiaterli.l ; Contains tour Bed
Ilooms, i'arloui.r, Draiwing Itoinm, Kitelihel, Ser-
vants Room, oihe la gO Boomin tiled with
Shelves Ior a Store, &xe., Tank of! \V;aer,
Out Hlouse and a sminall Gardpn with scOrne
Fruit Trees.
For further particuiila .- )pl,.ia al-pily to
'I eilperalnce tt:;iOgo
Ilaniiltoni, July 6th, ,S? .

Estate of the late Charies
i Moirgait,
Piiinal Notice.

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S d i Ior '.' ilii tt. rl -c -t i t '..i -" .
laet July, !80.--3p
Stinerset, 5tli July, !3(?0.--:2 3p

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TABLT.. OF ;T;?: ;:xPT1ONs:.
t,:) a l:,y in t.o spr in i.e i ip- ti]o;ti.. to

I fi 3 g:e;t,.i ;.r less ,ju i.anity.
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M .i r .,ulations 1 a. n .-.ssary
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cnd Profea(solnl AjqiaCIcltus )f Pas- of f th -.i s ''l:' i a.1. ;' vi'' abro t'

eInr I a.'st, .tra l Hit..ovi h !--
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t' Uniforms and othe r Ar tic-.s i[port,-,
ii 'td by Naval or M-ilit --. th'r r}::-s,

being a part of their necessary
,Naval o.-r Mili"tary EquipMi.i-t.

intended for ,ulterio,.r .iMarke t.:b"

iiNo Gooda to be taPken]tis ,:((o Warye-

oduse unl:fessio the duties amount toPs-
2blic, ,' pi'ehas-d at th&c P.ii

S2, &e.

Pc.-iso;d Propl-,ty .,old :.t Au,.iion.
propertyy sold un.ler procei-.s of .3ny
,'..'ut tr under th,: order of t o'iy
Julge as such, or belonging to E:s-
tite' of deceased persons only ex-
vepted-s) subject to duty of 2. per
ent. less l lier (.tent. on suc-h duty
to Auction,-ei'cs for colv-.tin-g and
-'P.ving the sante.
Parties expovtig ioods are.' i-ntitkd
-1- ce1rt onnli on t the- whole
oi the -IltLy ii'lon the ,'L:p,_ ptat ioa
r thi'?, wvh-vin the duty ,un thi: .':i!
Gooils atiount:; t," 2.
t of dutii:' afre .llo:wv.i tol'
Goods sold t.o anl bWcoinin, the
prolty '."f II. 1?. Go:vernm-t.
The ALiuti .:'*:th J u n : iln .?ta n t, ,,. ../ ., t;..! / ,* .
S r,''i':,'t', Au.V..:ion,,.r.r to rn.kak tl h ir
returns quirtrllv-- Within teMi dn .s
aft."r the lst d.iys ol M:r>:,i, .Jn,.
S:-.-nMber nld Di--:' a -:-;
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4d.. tnet "0n on 'i-Mr'thOnt VO.sel-.
Steami Pauck-ts ,. aiygli th'l
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Spi:ing wit11 PI '
Fi'-ight 3
Do. Do. nott ex,.. -, ,lo 4g 3,10 ton.; 1
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, July 6th, 1880.


Proceedings of the Legislative
Friday, 2nd July, 1880.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
s" Wm. H. Gosling,
s" Eugenius Harvey,
6" Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Geal.,
S" G. S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
A Bill entitled An Act to increase the Salary of
the Chief Justice," was brought up from the House
of Assembly and read a first time.
The three following Resolves were severally read
the third time and passed, and ordered to be laid
before His Honor the Acting Governor by the Hon.
R. E. Webster:
The Resolve for refunding to Mr. S. S. Ingham,
junr., the sum of 50 2,6, being amount of Duty
paid on a Steam Boat imported from London in
The Resolve for refunding to the Ward Room
Officers of H. Ml. S. Terror," certain sums paid by
them as duties on Wines, &e.,
The Resolve for paying to the Representative% of
the late Dr. Hunter the sum of 8, paid by mistake
into the Treasury.
The Resolve for paying the sum of X900 to the
Building Committee of a Church in St. George's, to
aid in erecting the said Church, was read the second
The House went, into Committee thereon.
The Hon. James Tucker in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 6Lh instant, at


Abstract of the Proceedings of tie Honorable
.Hoo'e of Assembly.
Monday, 5th July, 1880.-Mr. N. J. Darrell pre-
sented a Petition from Miss Elizabeth S. Webb,
praying that she may be allowed some gratuity on
her retirement as Matron of the Lunatic Asylum
from ill-henlth after 41 years service, for reasons
Ordered, on motion of the Attorney General that
the Report of the Committee on expiring Laws he
printed and issued for the use of Members.
The Bill to amend the Debtors Act, 1876, was
read a second time and committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill and it was adopt-
ed and ordered to be engrossed.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to pro-
vide temporary clerical assistance in the Secretary's
Office-which was read a first time.
The Resolve for paying Mr. Robert Ward some
remuneration for his Sons' Services as Sorters in
the Post Office, was read a second time and com-
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Resolve was adopted, the blank filled up
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve, and ti was
adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Orders for next meeting-
Rent Apportionment Bill.
Debtors Bill 1880.
Secretary's Office Clerical Assistance Bill.
Resolve for payment of Mr. Ward.


PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. June 9.-For twelve or
fitteen years Philadelphia has been the seat of a
number of medical colleges that flooded the country
with bogue diplomas. The Legislature of Pennsyl-
vania tried iu 1872 to suppress the institutions, but
failed, and they have been run ever since on legally
Issued ch, rters, The authorities declared them-
selves powerless to stop it. Six months ago the
Record calicd the attention of Attorney General
Palmer to these concerns and the grave necessity
for their suppression. But the State had no evi-
dence against them, and the Attorney General had
no money with which to proceed. But work was
commenced which to-day culminated in proceedings
which will wipe out five bogus medical colleges, aud
in the arrest of John Buchanan, dean of the Ameri-
can University of Philadelphia and the Eclectic
Medical College of Pennsylvania. He was also
president of the National Eclectic Medical Associa-
tion. which issued diplomas, and, under the alias of
James Murray, D. D., he acted as dean of a con-
cern issuing its diplomas as the Livingstone Uni-
versity ot America. Two others o(f the faculty,
Charles S. Polk and John J. Siggins, w.?re arrested,
while fix others of the faculty are still at large, ap-
parently out of the reach of the police. The Record
of to-morrow will publish a full expos6 Evidence
has been prepared which it is alleged, will show the
sales of forty-two diplomas to various persons. The

names of eleven others, to whom the diplomas were
offered, bave been given, and the names of eleven
agents, who were acting for Buchanau.
A Clever Plan/.-The editor of the Record him-
self sat the trap which secured luchanan. For
$75 he obtained three medical diplomas, one in
English from the Eclectic Medical College at Penn-
sylvania, a regularly chartered institution ; one from
the American University of Philadelphia in English
and another from the National Eclectic Medical
Association. One feature of the proceeding is that,
while the last named concerned was organized in
1879, its diploma is dated 1878 All purported to
show that the editor, under the name of Dr. John
Fanning, of Tippecanoe City, Ohio, studied medi-
cine for three years, had attended two full courses
of lectures and had passed a satisfactory examina-
tion in each of the seven branches of medicine. Not
satisfied with this evidence, he sent letters under
the name of Dr. George A. Dawson, apparently be-
longing to Chester Court House, S.C., asking for
degrees. For $150 he obtained five degrees, two
of Doctor of Medicine, one Doctor of Divinity, one
Doctor of Laws and one Doctor of Civil Law. The
final letter in this transaction passed through the
mail. Dr. Buchanan receipting for it. He also
deposited the diplomas in the mail to be delivered
to the spurious doctor in South Carolina. Special
Postal Agent Barrett, Chief of Police Given, a
deputy United States marshal and the editor walked
into Buchanan's place this afternoon, arrested him,
and then captured about a half a ton of bogus dip-
lomas with a mass of correspondence showing the
traffic in diplomas and the sale of about three thous:
and sheepskius. Hearings will be held to-morrow
and proceedings will be started by the Record
through the Attorney General to wipe out five of
the colleges.

In (be opinion of the Saturday Review the diplo-
macy of the United States Is always aggressive and
pugnacious, if not litigious.

[Reprinted from Chambers' Journal, by request.]
There is one thing which we have never been able
to understand, and which we believe few can pos-
sibly comprehend or explain. It is the vagary of
female fashion. Who it is that invents it, and
has the knack to maintain it as long as he pleases,
and then with equal audacity and success starts
something fresh, is all a mystery. The phenome.
non is by no means new. A hundred and sixty years
ago, the old essayists were at a loss to know how
the extravagant oddities of female attire originated
and were so cleverly kept up in spite of torrents of
ridicule. Then, as now, a new fashion had its run
of a. few years, and dropping out of use as myster-
iously as it commenced, was followed by something
equally preposterous. High-heeled shoes, lofty-
head-dresses, hair-powder, long and short waists,
painting and patching, all had their day. For a
time the wearing of hoops, by which a lady could
enter a door only side wise, was a favourite frenzy.
Thelfashion o'tiaking snuff, usually from a pretty
circular box with a picture on the lid, was just go-
ing out of practice among ladies in our early days.
The last lady whom we saw taking a pinch and
handing round the box was
She the fair sun of all her sex
Burns's Clorinda Such a circumstance seems now
very absurd: ; but. it was only ofa piece with along
catalog-ue of fashionable vagaries, in which no ra-
tional meaning can be discovered.
The world is said to he getting wiser ever day.
Certainly. there is an abundance of teaching, read-
ing. and lecturing, from which presumably there
should be an iucrease of intelligence. In almost
nothing has theie been such a signal advance with-
in the last hundred years, as in female education.
Yet, with all the visible elements of diffused know-
ledge and thoughtfulness, no one can observe the
slightest abatement in the frolics of feminine fash-
ion. Ladies aspire to be social reformers, to be
voters at election;, to be members of school-boards,
actually to be doc,-tors and some think they do not
acquit themselves badly. The strange thing is,
that, with rIare exceleptions, the wisest and most ac-
compliHsihd ladies are quite as much the voluntary
thralls of Faslhon in its more contemptible forms,
as the less instructed in the sisterhood. There they
ar. like the re-t, wearing the grotesquely shaped
dr:-sse ; which remind us of the drolleries of a pan-
In these vagaries of fashion there seems for the
tume being to be a kind of mental derangem.:-nt.-
perhaps more correctly the prostration of intellect,
through a deficiency of moral :ourage. Forty
years ago, the lady part of mankind fell into a ma-
nia of wearing dresses with huge shoulders blown
up like billoous. It amounted to a purpose less
distortion of the person. So everybody said it. was.
But. the avowal made no difference. Sleeves must
be made six times larger than they need be.
Shoulders must be distorted, rendered positively
ugly. It was the fashion, and that was enough.
In due time, when the mania had run it's course,
the ballooning was given up, and shoulders shrunk
to their natural figure. When it was all over, no
one ventured to explain how the frenzy had origin-
ated, or what was it's meaning. On the contrary
a-i if ashamed of the weakness, the subject was
skilfully dropped. Next in the order of this species
of feminine dementia, came the crinoline vagary.
A petticoat of horse-hair and whalebone was em-
ployed to distend the outer dress far beyond the
person. It was a resumption of hoops, with the-
difference, that while hoops expanded sidewise, the
crinoline spread out all round. Every woman had
the shape of a hand-bell, wide at the lower edge,
and small above. Gracefulness wao' out of the
question. If the object was to produce a mono-
trosity. it was eminently successful. Avowedly,
the fashion had some practical inconvenionces. The
space taken up by a lady in a public. meeting, or on
the pavement, was greatly beyond her proper hare.
The wide contour was apt to aweep the ground, and
send clouds of dust upwards, much to personal dis-
comfort. The quantity of material required for a
dress was so largely augmented, as to suggest the
idea that silk mercers had something to do with the
invention. Whatever were the drawbacks, the cri-
noline mania had a fair ruu of several year-. When
givCu up, there o-ccurred the tresh surprise how it
ever had re,'eived the slightest encouragement.
( rinoliues of very variety having been relin-
quished, feminine society is surely in want o aft
new eccentricity. It would be against all rule not
to appear ridiculous. So wits ;re at work in the
graud arcana o:f fashion. The world had not long
to wait. The fiat goes forth from 1some-where that,
as a superlative novelty, dresses are to be worn
tight to the person from top to toe. Instead of
paddings au.i ballooning, there is to be squeezing
so tightly as to be hardly abl, to breathe. To im-
pect walking, and if possible to prevent sitting, the
legs are to I.e held back with string,. By way of
compensation for the tightening up, the dress is to be
so loung as to trail three or four feat on the ground.
Such may be called the present fashionable regime,
[187T]. nmaintainued as usual with the force of inex-
orable law. Woe be to the fine lady who does not
make herself as lauk as a skinned rabbit, and who
fails in the tuckings and things to restrain locomo-
tion What her natural shape may be is nothing
to the point. She may not be able to go up or
down stairs, except by one foot at a time, like a
child learning to walk, but that is of no conse-
quence. F isLion demands that she shall appear
maimed in the lower limbs. The law is to be obey-
ed, and there's an end :.f it. Objections, however,
are not even hinted at. The chief anxiety is rather
to go to extremes. In the furor for being as slim

as it is possible to be, the ultra fashionable young
lady gives up wearing the usual under garments.
She clothes herself in a tight fitting vest and pan-
taloons of chamois leather, over which is a slight
exterior dress with trailing skirts. To be in lea-
ther is the height of fashion. How do you like
your leathers ? asks Lady Betty confidentially.
Charmed with them beyond measure; and could
not do without. them." The proverbial expression,
"Nothin, like leather," has obtained new siguifi-
The unmchallngable authority that self-elec-
tion regulates female costume, is doubtless Euro-
pean in character. It may issue its decrees from
no very exalted spher,, but it at least possesses the
power of guaging the feminine tastes and habits
that prevail on the Eastern side of the Atlantic.
Were it analysed, it might turn out to be nothing
more than a shrewd man-milliner, who, with an
eye to profit, in ringing the changes, graciously is.
sues his edicts from a back shop in Paris. Our
smart friends, the Americans, once took it into
their heads to set up a rival despotism. The effort
was audacious and seemingly well meant. It con-
sisted in substituting light trowsers with a kind of
kilt for the wonted.gown and petticoats. Bloom-
erism, as this new form of female attire was de-
signated, never took. It did not proceed on the
old lines. It amounted to a revolution, and got so
unceremoniously laughed at, that it failed to gain
a footing. Yet, there was some good in Bloomer-
ism. It might have answered for female doctors
and lecturers, with other varieties of strong-minded
ladies who are determined at all hazards to assert
the rights of women.
Under the sanction of what is deemed to be fash-
ion, there has sometimes been a cruel waste of in-
nocent and helpless animals. On a former occasion
we spoke of the odious practice of slaughtering
larks, robins, finches, and other small birds in order
to embellish ladies head dresses. In one of the
monthly records of fashion, we see it stated that,
" After having admitted lizards as side bouquet
fasteners, and mice as hat trimmings, we have Low
instances of ladies wearing dresses made entirely of

scarabseus, birds, insects and other animals. *
Slim in figure, squeezed like a wasp, and with
head dresses as fantastic as can be devised, there is
one more token of high fashion. It is a return to
the antiquated practice of wearing high-heeled
shoes, which happily falls in with the plan of ban-
daging back the legs, to prevent freedom in walk-
ing. The folly of distorting the foot, by throwing
the pressure unduly on the toes, is so manifestly
vicious, and has been so frequently the subject of
remonstrance, that it calls only for a passing de-
nunciation. Those who are guilty of the error
will, in this, as in some other matters, live to
regret their weakness.
The wonder is how the ridiculous extravagances in
attire which are here barely alluded to, should for
a moment have met with any degree of support.
In the article of dress, men and women appear to
have pursued an entirely different course for the
last fifty years. JThe tendency in male attire has
been towards extreme simplicity-perhaps too ex-
tremely so-while, as regards the female mode of
dressing, according to fashion, it has been a suc-
cession of wild eccentricities, always going from
bad to worse.
Obviously, the mania, now as formerly, is de-
monstrated in its more outrageous forms by the
idle, the thoughtless, and those to whom money
is a matter of little consideration, whether as a re-
sult of wealth or otherwise. As partially tending
to solve a perplexing social question, it might not
be uninteresting to ascertain if the numerous bank-
ruptcies of lat(| years were any way due to the
vulgar extravagance in dress of wives and daugh-
ters, contrary to every rule of taste or propriety.
Admitting that the articles are honestly acquired,
in extravagance of this sort a bad example is set.
Crowds of young women, dependent on their per-
sonal industry, are constitutionally unable to with-
stand the mania for imitation and being piteously
dragged at the tail of every prevalent fashion, they
throw away means that ought in some degree to
have been consecrated to a thrifty regard for the
future. Even those ladies who but to a limited
extent yield allegiance to fashionable vagaries have
something to answer for. In no shape protesting
against abmsrdities which apparently they know
to be wrong, they practically countenance the cur-
rent. folly: whereas a spirited policy in resisting
what is manifestly ridiculous as well as wasteful,
would, we re-el assured, be appreciated by the male
part of the community.
For som. such policy, an argument could be
found in improving the health of the young. By
all who treat on the subject, exercise of the limbs
Ls recommended as a matter of first importance.
Girls do not require the boisterous recreations of
boys, but due and recreative exercise is nevertheless
desirable, .vith a view to strengthening the frame,
expanding the chest, giving an appetite for food,
and throwing the bloom of health into the cheeks.
How base, therefore, are the present idiotic fash-
ions o; trussing up the person to prevent freedom
of movement: Has any one gravely inquired what
is to be the destiny of the beings who are so enfee-
bled r Certainly it, is not to be wives! Wherever
fathers and mothers can exert their proper influ-
ence, this heinous offence against the laws of
health should be peremptorily checked. Let girls,
of whatever grade, freely exercise their legs and
arms at all suitable opportunities. Let them run
at Lawn Tennis, play at battledoor and shuttlecock
if they have a fancy, and take walks and skate in
winter. Abore all they should learn the art of .uvirm-
dwing, for independently of the healthful exercise, it
may some day )) the means of saving life. To
make themselves useful, and prepare for the battle
of liie, let them help in household work. We have
heard ol a physician who prescribed the daily
sweeping of an apartment with a long broom, as
an excellent mode of expanding the chest of a
young lady, and tho prescription answered. Away,
at all e'ent.;, with the paltry tricks which, on the
ground of being fashionable, are undermining the
health and damaging the prospects of that inter-
est ng section of our social system, the young la-
dice of England!
W. C.

90ra RE.lT. v. M J. A. DiaETL's ELEVBN.
Played ra. Prospe t on July 2nd, resulting in a
victory fr Mr. D'i. Eleve-, on the 1st innings, by
33 ruu.. tubjoined is tlie .cor'.
Crvrr. Ms

I.e/ [nning.i.
S. To'ld, 6. Johnsonou

N. MICallan, Trenau,
6. Pepper
T. Toddingu., e. Pepper, b.
W. J. Boyle, c. Johnsr,, b,.

S. Gilbert, b. Pepper
A. J. Darrell, c. Pepper, b,
T. W. Hunt, c. Lever, b.
W. Mastert,c. Rows,?&. Ric-

F. Littenfield. c. Fisceher, b,
H. R. Boggs, c. Cotton, b,
E. Walker, not out.


9'!:m REouIM

2nd Inning.'.
I st. Whistler, b. Cot.
ton 16

17 h.w., b. 7
30 1.b.., b. Cottu 1.5

0 not out 6
5 e. Whistler, b. Rice 3

2 c. and b. Rice 0
c. Cotton, b. JoLu-
3 son 11
8 8t. Whistler, 6. Cot-
ton 0
. c. Whistler, b.
12 Johnuon 0

c. Rhodes, 6. Pepper (;
c. R!odes, 1. Rice 0


2nd Inr.f.
28 b. Darnell

I nrot out

I l Iniuings.
Capt. Cotton, c. IHuut, b. Ma.sters
Pvt. Lever, b. Master.-
Corpl. Rice, b. Master
Sergt. Rows, b. Masters
Sergt. Pepper, b. Darrell
Lieut. Whistler, b. Masters
1" Johnson, 6. Darrell
Guile, b. Darrell
SFischer, not out
Corpl. Trennan, c. Todings, b.
Pvt. Burridge, b. D-irrell ,


A telegram from St. Johns, N. F., states that Ihe
first report ot the injuries received by the Flamingo
in her collision with an iceberg was an exaggerated
one, and that the damage received is confined to the
loss of some head gear.
Baron de Rothschild, has contributed 100, and
Commander Sebastian Gasseot has given 50 to the
fund now being raised by the Lord Mayor of Lon-
don for the Mansion House Atalanta f und. The
Atalanta's Books were ordered by the Admiralty to
be closed on 4th June. Over 1,000 letters for Offi-
cers and men of the Atalan(a bad accumulated at
the Post Office, Portsmouth, waiting her arrival at
Rear Admiral L. E. H. Somerset, is appointed
second in command of the Channel Fleet.

Archbsological researches in a mound near San-
deflord, Norway, have brought to light a boat sixty
feet long. It is believed to be a Viking's ship,
used for piratical expeditions 1000 years ago.
A French engineer, M. Falis, proposes to pro.
vide all the great arteries of Paris with elevated
railways. He proposes to try the scheme first of all
along the grand boulevards, from the Bastile to the

From tile United States, Europe, &c.

The Steamer Muriel, Capt. Gilfoll, arrived at h er
Shed in this town early yesterday morning. She
leff New York on the afternoon of Thursday last
and had a pleasant passage.
The Bermuda, hence, arrived at New York about
10 p.m. of the 27th ultimo.
We are indebted to Capt. Gilfoil, Mr. Purser.
Dupont, Mr. Horne, Chief Steward, and Messrs. T.
Kerrisk and V. J. Godsiff, passengers, for files of
New York papers of the 1st instant.
Shares, Del. and Hudson Canal Co., 76.
A great striker's riot has occurred at Jackson-
ville, Florida, led by a man named Ben Bird about
200 strikers attempted to assail the workmen at
Hunter's and Alsops & Clark's P. Pine Mills.
Stones, clubs and revolvers were freely used and
several of the rioters were wounded. The police
were actively led by special policeman Nelson who
was shot in the ribs. They ultimately dispersed
the crowd and were at last accounts busy in arrest.
ing the parties originating the fray.
Thirty-nine deaths due to the heat were reported
in New York on the 30th ultimo.
The Ice Blockade is reported to be unparelled on
the northern coast of Newfoundland, so much so
that vessels fitted for halibut trips to Greenland,
have been obliged to abandoned their voyages.
The Professional Race at Providence, Rhode Is-
land, on June 17th, for which ten competed, was
won by Wallace Ross, of St. John, N. B., by a
lead of 36 seconds. George W. Lee (Newark, N.
J.,) No. 2 ; J. H. Riley (Saratoga, N. Y.,) No. 3 ;
Horatio Delano (Chelsea, Mass.,) No. 4: J. A.
TenEyck (Peckskill,) No. 5. Fred A. Plaisted
(Boston,) No. 6 ; Jacob Gaudier (Toronto,) No. 7 ;
James A. Demsey (Geneva, N. Y.,) No. 8; Robert
W. Boyd (England), No. 9; Edward Hanlan (To-
ronto,) No. 10.
6,0 '0 bushels of P. E. 1. potatoes were shipped at
Hhlilax for New York on 17lh ult.

LoNDON, June 30.-A Paris dispatch says:-
The Jesuit Chapels were thronged ou Tuesday in
the provinces. At Lille 500 persons, headed by the
Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, waited on
the Jesuits to express their sympathy for them. The
last of a series of meetings was held in Paris in the
Cirqu. d'Hiver, to protest against the Anti-Jesuit
decrees. A considerable crowd assembled outside
the building. Blows were exchanged between the
mob outside and those issuing from the ball. The
mob hooted a number of priests who had been at the
meeting. In the Chamber of Deputies, yesterday,
M. Baudry-d'Asson (Legitimist). made an ineffectual
attempt t4o make political capital outof the foregoing
"An unusual crowd of people, evidently composed
of the upper classes, has been flocking all day
(Tuesday) to the principal Jesuit Establishment of
Paris in the Rue 86vres. Thousands of persons
signed the visiting book and carried off flowers as
mementoes. Even the crowd outside made no
hostile demonstration as they witnessed the depar.
ture of the inferior brethren."
PARIS, June 30.-The Police arrived at the
Jesuit establishment in the Rue de S&vres at 4
o'clock this morning. They were immediately
admitted. Soon after a crowd of 500 persons,
composed largely of students and women, collected.
There was some shouting for and against the decrees.
The Police cleared the street and refused to admit
M. Baudry-d'Asson to the building. The Prefect of
Police having arrived, the building was formally
declared closed. The Jesuits, accompanied by seve-
ral Deputies and Senators of the Right, departed
amid great excitement, caused by demonstrations of
their sympathizers and counter-demonstrations.
There were indignant cries against the Prefect ot
Police. In an ensuing scuffle the Marquis of Lian-
court and the chief editor of the Union (Legitimist.
Journal) were arrested. Some of the fathers locked
themselves in their cells, which had to be broken
open. The last left at 8-30 o'clock. The Police
then cleared the street and they remained on guard
there. At Vals the door of an establishment had to
be forced and the Jesuits conducted out by soldiers,
a battalion of whom were present under armr. At
Doupi and Lille the Police were not resisted.
The Jesuits were led out by the Police. The
crowd finally numbered several thousand persons.
There were upward of 1,000 policemen. It is said
that Count de Mun was among those who were ar-
rested lor shouting, '" Down with the Republic "
Throughout the provinces to-day the Jesuits
quitted their establishments under protest, declar-
ing that they only yielded to compulsion. At Avig-
non and Marseilles their sympathizers were some-
what disorderly. At Lyons and Angers the Jesuits
have constituted themselves as civil societies, and
the question thus raised will be decided by the courts
on the 2nd of July.
Several Jesuit establishments are taking legal
proceedings against the Commissaries of Police
for violating domicile and infringing personal liberty.
A semi-official note has been sent to the journals,
which after announcing that the execution
of the decrees had not led to disturbance in any part
of France says that effect had only to be given to-
day to the decrees affecting the Jesuits. As to
ott .r- congregations, the decree affecting them only
cn:;titutes a summons to place their position on a
legal footing. Material means for carrying out the
decrees would have been wanting if the Govet anment
had undertaken to act against all the congregations

LONDON. July 1-A Paris dispatch says that M.
Coustans,. Minister of the Interior and of Worship,
has received a letter threatening him with assassina-
tion in the name of the Sacred Heart.
A dispatch from Paris sais: The closing of the
Jesuit chapel in the Rue Severes with the sacria-
ment left inside is regarded as a great desecration
by the Catholics. The persons arrested in the
street, including an ex-Perfect, a writer on the
j'iuraal l.a Justice. and some students, were all:releis-
ed after examination."

Dradlaiugh's Chances.-Sir Stafford Northerte,
conservative member of the House of Commons tor
Devon, North, will move the rejection K1 Premier
Gladetone's resolution on the Bradlaugh question by
means of an amendment which is considered a
weaker form than a direct negative. The London
correspondent of the Manchester (Guardian says:-
'" It begins to be clear that Mr. Gladstone's resolu-
tion will be carried. Thirty liberals who voted in
favor of Sir Hardinge Giflard's amendment that Mr.
Bradlaugh be permitted neither to take the oath
nor make the affirmation, or who abstained from
voting. have already expressed their intention of
supporting Mr. Gladstone.
The Confederate Alabama.-In the case of Bur-
nand versus Rhodoconachi in the Court. of Common
Pleas, Lord Coleridge has decided that the defeu-
dant. a merchant who had obtained the net sum of
.2,804 as compensation for tobacco destroyed by
the Alabama, must hand the amount to the plaintiff,
an underwriter with whom the tobaeecco had been
insured, and who had paid upon it as a total loss.
Lord Coleridge said the defendant, being possessed
of money to which, according to the principles of
English law the plaintiff was entitled, an English
Court must give it to the plaintiff despite the act of
the Congress of the United States excluding the
claims of underwriters.
LONDON, June 30.--The Novoe Vremya, of
St. Petersburg, publishes the following correspond-
ence from Vladivostock, dated April 27:-"'The
town is in a state of siege. Guards patrol the streets

during the night. The Chinese are prohibited to be
abroad after nine o'clock in the evening. There are
about three thousand Chinese in the town. Arm-
ament for fortification is awaited. A despatch from
St Petersburg reports that the volunteer eniimr
Russia has left Cronstadt for Vladivostock with
1,276 men, a number of torpedo boats and large
quantity of munitions of war. A despatch from
Simla says:-"The reports relative to Russian de-
feats by the Chinese were brought to Cabul by a
party of Khokand travellers who had been a month
on their journey.
The quarterly returajjust published shows that the
gross revenue of Great Britain and Ireland for the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1880, was 81,962,063,
against 83,20,327 last year. and for the last quar-
ter of the present year 19,619,058, against 18,922,-
050 for the same period of the previous year. There
is thus a net decrease in the year of 1,258,264, and
a net increase in the quarter of 697,008.
LONDON, June 30-A Paris despatch says :-"'Be-
fore the present Chamber of Deputies breaks up,
M. Gambetta, President of the Chamber. will again
appear in the tribune to advocate the readoption of
the scrutin de listed system of voting. This system
will certainly beladopted, as all who opposed it would
know that their names would not appear on the list
supported by M. Gambetta, and very few of the Left
care to run such risk of non-election. M. Gambetta's
own name will appearasa candidate for every depart-
ment. The country will be appealed to'to favor
the programme drawn up by him. His election by
a large majority of the department- will constitute a
plebiscite in his favor. He will be President of the
Republic in 1882, it President Gr.-vy 1y remaining
in office, allows him t., wait tilP then.
BERLIN, June 30.- The Plenipotentiaries, in
stating their motives ifr their decisions, will spe-
cially point out that they have endeaivored not to
give either side strategieat positions dominating
over the others territory. The semi-official Pro-
vincial Correspondence, discussing the decision of
the conference. says it was only called upon to
exercise moral influence, as it was not to be expect-
ed that either Greece or Turkse- would fail to com-
prehend the significance of decisions given by so
important a court (,of arbitration.
LONDON, June 30 -A dispatch frou, Constanti-
nople says: The I.:reign Ambansdidors here have
given the Porte clearly to that if the
Porte accepts the suggestio. in regard to the sur-
render of Dulcigno, it M.ustf xec"ute it without delay,
or the power.- -.ill in.i't up:on he i, .nLediato exe-
cution of the previous coiventinn."
Another dispatch from Constautin)iple say,:
"The '.tanhboul (newspaper) has been suspended for
publishing news extracted fr)m foreign journals,
which means ia copy of the, instructions of Earl
Granville, British Foreign Secretary, to Mr. Goo-
chen, British Ambassador to Turkey, nud that of the
conversation between Earl Granviile and Musurus
Pasha, published in the recently-isnued Blue-Book."
A dispatch from Pera says: Although the
Sheik-ul-Islam a fortnight ago declared that the
sentence of death passed on the assasin of the Rus-
sian, Col. Commeraoff, could he carried out accord-
ing to the religious laws, the Sultan hesitates, and
consequently the Russian Ambassador has demand-
ed a categorical decision."
RAGUSA, June 30.-A deputation IrC.m Dulcegno
went to Scutari to ask the Turkish Governor for
explanations with regard to the cession oG Dulcegno
to Montenegro. The Governor relied that he had
no official information, and exhorted the deputatiou
to take measures ro defend the place. The League.
has consequently sent 6`i4 men to Dulcegno, the
regular garrison withdrawing to Scutari.
LONDON, July 1.-A Vienna dispatch says,.
News has bees received here that a f,,ree of 5,600
Albanians is marching into the northern portivi of
the ceded districts."
A correspondent in Pera is assured on excellent
authority that. invitation to revolt have been large.
ly circulated in Syria, and find great favor among
the Moslems. Arabs in Pera protest! to know that
great movement is a foot jor the e.tablihment of a
Syrian Arab State.
MADRID, June 94.-The United States Minister
here has been instructed to make an energetic pro-
test against the conduct of the Spani,1h gnnboats and
revenue cutters in Spanish waters inr molesting and
otherwise interfering with Amen-rican veslsels. It
has been determined by the Governnieants of the
United States, Great Britain and Germany that the
aggressions by Spanisrh cruisers shal! .id. These
powers will, in the event of a repetitio, ,of the'outrage
insist not only on the payn_.i'Mt of damages, but on
the punishment ot the Spanish officers committiug
DUBLIN, June 25.-At au influential m,-etin, ol tile
Irish Laud Committee. ye-fterday, L:wd Donotgh-
more presiding, uumeron.- oomiurnieations were
read urging activ.:- measures to be t.ken to have
Fortter's compensation f"r the disturbance bil! re-
jected. A memorial was adopted praying the Gov-
ernment to withdraw\ tbe bill. It was also, resolved
to have petitions against the hil! from all parts: of
Ireland sent .to Parliament.

GALVESTON, Texas, June 30.-A dispatch to the
News from Fort Stockton says: "Major R J.
Lawrouce and a corps ot Texas'and Pacific Railroad
employees. after'a mabhe.r of day4.. extremuc rrffer-
ing from thirst in the White sdi Hills, arrived at
the Pecos River without l]os of life. S,-me stock
and wagons were abandoned a diff.reu..t intervals
for 40 miles. Those first arrivig: at the river went
in search of the others, some of whom when found
were crazed by thirst, and had entirely stripuel

themselves. They were founit within hundred
yards of the Pecos River, drinking the b!,':od of ani-
ruals they had slain. Some if the mieU were almost
blind. Arriving at the river they plu-ged in head-
foremost, and but for the biavelv (f the most, 'x-
peri',nced a large number would h';lve perished.
The bodies of Roberts and Rodr-rr,'z were found
near Pecos River a few days ac.'). There were five
bullet-holes in the body oi Roil.eit, and Rodriguez's
brains lay upon the groun'-. They had evidently
killed each other."

The Schr. Meteor, Captain Dunsco-ni, arrived on
Sunday last. We received !.y her Iro. the Com-
mercial Hail there, a file of that Is'.,ii.i papers to
the 17th ult and a friend kindly Landed us one
of the 18th.
The Herald of the 14th contains the f.Alowing:-
*'At the meeting of the Ecarl. of Health beld on
9th instant, the Clerk read a Rer-rt from the Har-
bour Master to the Colonial Secretary ona the pre-
valence of yellow fever in the Eaha-mas. The Board
declared those islands to be '* infected ports" and
ordered a quarantine of 2-. dcy-' to bi enforced
against all vessels arriving from Lhence."
The annual Horse Races at :t. Aans on the 16th
and 17th ultimo. are reported to Lave been quite
successful. About 30,0r'3! p.rTsons w.:re stated to
have been present.
Chief Justice Wattley, of the Island of St. Lucia,
died on the 9th June.
A strong gale of wind was experie-nced at St.
Lucia on the 8th June, which caused great dam-
age to mill- and estate buildings.

At the beginning of the present century there
were 3,000,000 copies of the Bible ir. existence;
since then 116,000,000 more have been printed.
The London Examiner hopes that something may
be speedily done to give England a fleet of power-
ful cruisers capable of encountering any squadron
which Russia may dispatch to distant seas.

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