Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00028
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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BIERMUDA COMMiRCIAL AND GENERIA I ADVERTISERl. AND RECORDER.


3.. us.-' ol. 1HZZ. ESTATE SU."m"MU VIAS ANTIQUES ~ ~~


Hituuillooi,, Bermuida~, Ttesesdai Jily 1 3, ISO


iEJRiMUD.A. r
Pro- eedijngs of llie Legiklalive -
Cou,,cil. I' h C S #
Tuesday, 6h July, 1880.-Pursuant to adjomwra.
ment the House met. Has Received
Present-7-His Honor Josiah Reps, Chief Justie, fly t ir
Presidential e SirQ .)I
The Hongrable A. J. Muason, llii ,,u::l u '
James H.'rimingham, lf. l)IC
JEgeniuut Harvey,
Josepih H. Harvey, OL VANI
Jaitek&Tacker, Recor. Geal., ) 7,
S G. S. Tucker, .LS
R.E. Webster, Col. Secy. FIIOM NE
Thbe.Rsolve f.r paying the sum of 900 to the T:u & \'vonu.s &. 'Vet
Build MgCommittee of a Chureh in St. 0or-ge's, to for Ito.its Roiottin.,' 0
aid in erecting the said Churcb, Was read the third and ftiQa
time aid passed, and ordered to be laid be6tea Wi j Dealers in the .!,ov
Honor the Acting Governor by the Hot -R. E, by calling iat mi Sh.p
Webster. u.litre."
The-Bill entitled I"An Act to increase the Salary '. re.
of the Chief Justice," -was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon. July 5th, 1884).
The Hon. W. H. Gosling In the Chair.
The Committee rose. All CI.Ail:, ;,ains
The House resumed, h 0, fA r, t rains
The Chairman reported the Bill without amenl- u1- ,tle l0th of t,, 11, 0
me .- m'.,lice will lI., t .ik- ,,a ;1
went.,,
.'Te House adopted the Report.
n. W H. Goliing presented a Pettihion i ',v 6it, fW.*.-
;lev. F. J. F. Lpghtbonrn, Rector of St.
Ge-oge's; and others, playing that. the nale of some I 1
Oebe .Lbts of Land in '-t. Georges, made by the
predecessor of the R1ev. Mr. Lighthboun, may be 1 1 )8 ( inch
now legalized-for reasons stated at iengtb.
- The Hon. R. E. Webster presented wa-ieition 2 U(0 1 2 inl
from Elizabeth S. Webb, formerly Mataro .of' the
Lunatic Asylum, praying to- be allowed some gra- App-ly lo
tuity on hor retirement from that Office-for reasons I
stated. \Xe
Adlj~uAed to Friday next, the 9th inst., at 11-30. i J;Yv R, ,1o.


Corner of Reid and, 4QuIi treetm,
Hat s I?" eeived by the "J Nluriel,"
FROM NEW YORK,
A further 4qpply of. English and Ametkiana

Y GOODS.

ALSO,
\ FF\W O(F, THE
Raymon Sewing Machines,"
tor which 1h Iips been appointed sole Agent
for 1lermuila.
Anti, a Consigombnt of very haiuilsoiim
C BLOCKS.
ltamilton, July 6, 1830S.

Corned Beef.
E. SMITH invites his (Customers and the
Public generally to ilspoet some very
choice pieces of C)iNbl*l) BElEF, sp.,cially
packed for him the d:iy before lie left New
York, and which he now offers at the rate of
8d. per lb.
Church Street, Opposite Control Offioe.
hamilton, July 6th, 1880.


Ju st R e c e iv- e d,
Per S. S. M URIEL,
3 DOZEN Sets Carriage, Wagon, Buggy
MJ Cart and Donkey HI.1AN l'ES. ES
12 Dozen Riding nnd Driving Wi\Vh[I.
12 Parts HA-RNESSS
Driving REINS
TRACES, BRIOLES, &e. -
Ladies'and Gentlemen's ltidinm- SADDLLES
Linen Oarriage DUSTERS
Horse NETS, &c., &e.
AND,
Fine Selection of HUBS
FALl OES SHAFTS
WHI FFLMETRR EE&c.
ALSO,,
1"Extension Top Park PH ETON
I PH.rETON 2 Top BUGGIES
I Trotting BUGGY
2 Fine


I handsome Trotting MA\-RE
SOUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
July 5th, 1880.-2

Notice.
JJ SThe Barque

SIR G F. SEYMOURS
-Is expected to leave London for Bermuda ;bout
tho middle of September.
Freight taken at reasonable rate.
J. H. 'TIIMIN\J!hA. & July, Ith, 1880,.-8

Servants WVanted'.
IN I. .I 1"f


La ce.


[ from Londuil,

ijipplies of



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.1 t~ckcs wouldd 4o twed
l-6-o pouzrOhansinqr else-



,4 file '1i !haL be rendered
1101 for ui.





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~.H. DEc jHIELD,
I44- 'oliage, Warvwidi.


Notice
' +ilftrj'erps irm I )yspvp si:, Liver Com-
plaint, iouneral Debility, Nrvoiusnies,
Palpita tiol,, Low ue.-s of' Spirits." &e.
The Undui signrvd haviVg bean a great Suf-
erer from Dvspepsia, \\as completely cured by
oGt biitle .f McDonald'a famous Bitteis.
B. E. SMITlH,
Church Street., Upptsite Control Office.
('ce! Agent hor ir'mnuil .
-Hamilton), July 6th, ~ 0.--'

Aotice.
'* t t c e L '''

New Tailoring Es-
1tablishient.
irliFlE Subscriber having returned
Sfiou New York, where ew has roiled for
the past two years ac(Iiming a knowledge of
TAI)RIN( I BUSINI-:SS in all its branc.he.,
I.,gos to inform the Public generally thai he is
prepared In execut- ali ordle'rs in iii line ~ itllh
good it.s and wil\\ all pos.siblc .l:cspaiehi and
good workmanship, and trusts Liat Iy carryi:ig
out to the full the above des-irable iu.liiltes
there will need up fiilither ,er mmenii :tio, from
hini to wnrraint .atikfacti.,n, anid t. secure for
him a share of P'atruinage.
A Supply of T'FlOWVEl\lN(;.-; and SUIT-
INGS and Fine Ii)AGONAL '', just e"oceived
from London in Stock to Select from.
TAILORING E'STABLISilMI.NT', Froun
Street, one door WV dI ,' ie'"1. Gohlinsr
Brothers.
ORMONID L. DICKINSON,
SMcrtliaint 'Tr r ilor.
IlaiUiltin, June 29th, 1830.


A NEW STORE.

A New store
For Lovers of fine TEAS, COF-
FEES, pure SPICES an' ex-
cellent Table BUTTEIR,

1 IE Undei' siged h.-v"ing opened a nfine I( J-
V CERY STR01E solicits the patronage of
everybody who wishes to buy the finest grades
of Coffee-, Teas and Spices at reasonable ratUs,
Larabie's selected Fancy Biscuits, fine Hams,
Bacon anid cxcellet T.ille Butter; also unsur-
passed Ciuciniiati Saus-igc,, "i'Tur, &c. Come
and be convinced that there are no fier Goods
to be found thin at
S' 'G. RE CHI ,
Parli:nieItm StiL-cet, next to Melbourne House.
Ilamilton. May 11, lSS30.-3m. pd.

For Sale,
A very Counmodi.ous two Story
Dwelling IH house,
Situated on Unimi, Street, of the T'owin of
The House is nb'out twelve years old and built
of the very ehst material ; C n,.i,- f'our Beil
B oo is, I.iu.ia Dra,.s t S :, it!.hen, Ser-
vants Room, o, i.. ''.'.-. l with
-ihelv-'- for a '.tr, v..., Tank .f Water,
SOut I louse and a s...L:i G, l a ti ,:ie
Fruit Trees.
For further pa'tcul,r; please o.,. t


~T11 {~
PAYABLE AT THLE TREASURY,
From lst ,Jumly, l'-'O, to :34,411 Jammo, 1SI ill-

Arowrolur, UmimnamiuLfacturc'ii, the 100It
,pudtvn shrilling's 10 0
Arowroot, mn iaifactuired, the poam iii,
ixpelleO 0 I

Arrack
IBrandy
G411 shilliIImg1 4) 4 0
Pep-ppri-nlt.Wtr
Shril
B urn, thei-- GaII1l'.m. four Nhillings 0 4 0
Wine of all kin'1:,, 20) per ecuE11.tiini d-1

Mi.1tit Li- 'th e Ffog-lea-I twtenty 1(I(
de). .1nd' in bottles, ocoItun1only cd;,li-
p K~. I ed Uart bottles, the
L~ Do-zen -oil,,shilling 0 1 0i
ivr-th.12 ThousuuInd, t',ti istrillings U0 ll 04
'1tum tlb.Inm'rth -ICYL11) I "Ith
!rrs a-1.1 h t.41 i C'1 i me -wo rmee 1,


Xn-.i ;r(allA v~' d':iDuTies are,
I g to ally r -peetfii
~.1ppd4JIVin thiu snauite lrc~port!ionto)
aINI s'f,ceter or~eqatt~.i -i

chose eume navL.ii in tl--following
Ta~ble of Exemptions, rtil suicli
Booksi DO uwirdcr tho Act entilfld,
"AniAc t to reg'uilat. the iruporta.-
tion of Boolks anld to pro~t'ct tth,,
-lfxiish Authoi%'' : *sublijeet to ani
i nij1.Ort duty ofi fif tet-u po er nuta


TABLE OF EXEMPTIONS.
Books, not repirints -l' Britishr Publi-
cations; Bullion : Coin ; Diamonds;
Fri-'sh Fruit aiiil Frohsih Vegetables,
e+se-ptina: p>tfatoes:; Horse? ar',
:; Sitof,:re o'f t;'i, y iles.-riiption imtport-
el for the use ot Her Majesty':;
Land anil Sea Forces or uf the Con-
vict Establishment in the 'evcit O'f
C'onvictshbein gherearaftertranspor'ted
to these Islands. being the property
.of Her Majesty, on satisfactoryy
proof' of their being the property of
HIr Majesty, and H'orses of Mili-
tary Officers brought into these Is-
lands as a nec..ssary part of their
Military Equipnietut, ul)hject. t ) all
S condition, ,roi-isinons uan d regila-
ti,:'ns contau'ed in any Act. i msscd or
to le lpus-su,. by tlihu Lugislatuire 0i
hi,: is lans. ,r -,vidod that n1,
"Military Oftic,.yr d,'ing, th1 who-h
t,rint of his servic,- in th.se- Islandl
ha. li be allowed to iuiport fr'..' of
import duty nmor,' horset: than shall
lbi: shewni by the Cert.iticate of t.he'
officer commnandifu" I-Ier Majesty's
Troops or other l proper officer to b,'
required by such officer importing
stich Horses Indr- IHer Majesty's
Military Regulations as a necessary
part of his Military Equipment ;
Ice; Baggage, consisting of Apparel
and Professional Apparatus of Pas-
sengers ; Personal Effectsof Inhabi-
tants of these Islands dying abroad
and not iinterded for sale; Speci-
mens of Natural History; Trees,
Plants, and Shrubs for Planting;
Goods and Animals importedl on
account of the Public of these Is-
lands by any Public Officer or Com-
,iittee, being the property of the
Public, or purchased at the Public
cxpence; Coals, imported for the
use of Her Majesty's Land and Sea
Frces, and consigned to the proper
Officer of the Military and Naval
SDepartnenits.,
Uniforms and other Articles import-
ed by Naval or Military Officers,
being a part of their necessary
Na-val or Milita ry Equipment..
No Goods to be *Warehousod unless
the dutij.c amount to 5 or unless
intendet-I for ulterior Market. -
No G..:ods to be ftki'ii out of Ware-
house unless the duties amount to
2, &c.
Personal Property sold at Auction,
(-property sold under process of any
C,:.urt or uniler the order of any
Judgei --as suith, or b-:-lonoiin- to Es-
tate--s of decease1 persons only cx-
coptedl) subject to duty of 2- per
ceni lsc; 2: 1.r cent. on such duty
to Auctioneers for collecting and
paying the same.
Parti.o-exporting Goods are entitled
on certain conditions to the whole
Sof th.- liy p.i- l l the importation
'. ..... t.- ~ onr t.he t .id
\Dr,-;'.: ..'-: ot ,.i, are alrow-ci for
ou sold tao uD becoming the
p='c .,: it-, *.:'? 1^. +... A l v',' -.'sviiea,
^P? >* nt.iV.ih. i' < .[; arvr\^ya rm' +ria


4411. the ton on Ml'relhnnt e'L.
St.IUPau k(.ts eu'rv:tryMgrthu, Royal
MisexeeediniiCO ollt~s or
plying wilth Paisc-n,-rs antl
FnA-ght 3)u
Do. D-o. not nexc 'f(-lln-c 1300tonq 1 4 0)
Storeships aud other Vressel-, wholly
emln)oytod in HT. AT.Serviee -tr(-. x
emipt. from this duty.
JAMES r TUTCK ER.
ibcceu7oer t-setarerl..
lReceivor Genwral's Ojijee,2
.June 29,%S


Notice. to my Ifatroni
And the Itublic
fA VI N(,fitted tip my %Ill, 'tinm ew lMa-
O* hitnc-rv, WOrkeol tIiv Sie-tui Power, J a in,
jpreamrul o fIg'fmni~h -I:,'ilU 1 \.f I,,,j \Work 1II
MY 1111'iC at l 'rt-tnciee andIl'w prac,.s for-
Ca'41. 1 nm- .~e~h7. '.I.A~'a.l11o''r
FL1,i1i qs4~'1 or umcliiiw'ry 1, k irtieni.arfy adapiipt
to thfat e ijrs Atwork.
Wa~i~,I~ind!~; -ind lDor'rs of -,ill sizf's nma-ic to
oider ; Ce'i:tv awm hite l'viie C~fhji- on hand
11111i t11i'';!:.(I)md to C Io edar R-,Avii rI'k e1an-I
several Either kind of ~rud-i Iw ii Ila inid ; a II
goroIs will fie delivo;ed if ..v-qple~ted, (If fthe cr-
(der aumoamit-4 to Tlhree: Potmm:l-_. ) free of eost.
I intend -.sninQ' a price. H.4tdirinA"the eC-mirihILn
Thaived r(ni- the liberal j.i -Mrwummre hitherto re-
ceivd in f~l)#ope merit, -I vt (211ri-oniice Of the

For partietilars call olr, address.
E I IVA IR 1) PEIN ISTON,
"' teamiiWoodl W ork s.
June '28th~, 18F1)._13 iltdeFt.

Cooling- made Easy..


Anroth,.r Lut olf 44(w Superior


IUmm'-urpassvnd .for -nfviy, CapaciaetyF' COmminIy


nd Durabiliy, ivin, entire e iSat i- ion,
C il .m'i Exa ['ine.
For .Sani C4heap for Cash by
EBENEZER BELL,
S Agent for the Manuflacturors.
ll:t I lton, Jutne 2-8th, I.1r0..-3 pd %

6,00) BIishels

Hard Stoone L, ne.

;I' til, ubscriber begs to inml,'iar the P'nblic
th.a he is a.auin in i:tarkot with a Supply
,of 'th very best Woo.l Burnit LI I which he
is prepared to deliver at, his usual lo.x prices.
JOHN W. PEARMAN.
June 25, 1880.-3 pad

S1 M El

The Subscriber has on hand about
7 or 800 bushels of
Superior Burnt Lime,
Deliverable in any part of the Country, ou ap-
plication to


THOSE.


TUCKElI,
East Warwick.


June 2S, 1880,--4

Notice.


T



D


e
Ias


ub sc r'ib
Jus IReceivl'd,


e r,


A wel, Seleucted St.,ck of

RY GOOD S,
BOOTS and SHOES,


WsVhichi he Oflrs


for C.ish only, at exicedingiy
Low Prices.-
LAURTE M. SMITH,
.Varwiek.


*Junie 2,ifm.FI MO.

Notice
-o Farmers and, Othels.
HE I ,Undersip, ned is" prepa red to reective m, I
A-ip'' Ly every opportwil[tv, Coitsimi n't-Ql~


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I ;I r.Amlifi-t. is'4X1'it .s'all~ n tl g.~ ~m


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No). 1 -Ani Ar4f, f1'.:,2 ~ ai.;.u:. .,.t
-s Ipp.l.t. uo fl i' (. :' f*to te;- IV

PUT,15(5 of Govt-*rarnint. :j. tber...io.Exr'j

N-o. -2-An Act -..t.on.tin'-.,;1 ,in Aet t., thcir-



Nuj. 3.-An Act to ra. ~ X':to 1.n I)ide
fOr thept~v ilI.M"O!~ i~
booriieI-Ir of.:j1- ny'*, (;anicd

Nof. 4 -An Ac-t to c''imimnme ain ActtotowaLind
the Act remntith:-d zan Avt tu prov'~ide~ for all"4
to nut~bcrise ti-le er,--Atli of ~ S~son the
m jarv-,In flit* ..-.fWi "t IIair]I((oi.

114o. .5-Am: Act ii iiprov-ob-- foi thi. rz1if oi
BeluIli dafi1);., il' dqrv.
Ti. "Ollef tOn D h ~Y
N 6--,kn A-- ,. :X 7V z Im-,nir
ActIssO



~ 41'UI p*' .~'Bh L i I I


Pv~lt. ii~ l' U.i ig Do elk

~ 11 \ 1 ) l i


WXith Quarter.. :'Al boar..i Fulk.
I I Alf :, tE1' iPARD-I a*s
ore L'o. k- Lu : 11% II'1 f 1.OfliievellreizrIt13-
by B''. ~u:i:LI ':ur'oth 5r iij'..nul-thil!
--C-diaing tLe tislh fro-:. the n;L11.Urr- of the woil


Hor MAjtitsty':, Dof,-kvi".i 1:1 n3
I 17 M 6,1.



fll~e I2stite fif tlmc lute ~~ -I'l xV It.
do(i~M l~nih ~r' rq ese ~


And ill Pe-r-u,,is I NjiN:, B C :o ~ o wes;wi
tlit. wIll Pt(B.I?4t; iL~ &1WVV .1.1.~

~NATH A NI1 EL VESUIY.
Exrecnier..

11 otice.
will piea'4' eNOM'JTED tlm-1,r LcO~jim bm' [,;_,s,
20th nf J lily. Ao:d prnon. iolio o Imom 1 ay he
Inidelit-.d will pleasee rentler iladr Bill-S 1 f r 'hotI -
mn'.nt by thc uly,) 'eim 01 kruon'i,21 d-L..
_J.It, DUERIUN.
St. Geurge's, Junne I&.(1

House 3Maid \'Vait~ed.


By the S.


Received
S. Himalaya /ront Lon-
Sdon


A!11 Ro ,d. Ga ,ttw" Stat iouery Store.
B"""""~t BOA UIt ), assor-ted sikzo-s nod thilk-
nesses
Colored :.-nd '% hie Card IOARD
l'erlbrated Card 1ItOAR'%D
IFOO'LCA P, Leiter 'an i Nt-~id~zdr'i

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JF -i INOfrr AC'fiNC, GOV.E O R.
h .s e piea.le. t. ;qp':.i,.t
Thiompa. Fo1 .Ja-n-tee- T..kker. E*Z

To be a TRU:T.TEE F TI'lL EDL"I T :
IN 5 :,S ...N J., il dce rooni ..'?tLti -
Salt u, Ecqui r, Deceased.
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2 l- T.
U /lS .' ,2 .. ,
1 .'*.-. 1 sto .
IS H rC ) %T-0 '; ,.12.. T. rZ,-
has been l:sI to i ,:,i .'
George nmpon, r .r,
To be INSPECTORS OF 2CJ7'eL fL' th1se L.
lands, u.nd.-r ohe ,oi;':- o" .A ..-, ... S A t of
1879.
Be Jks Parer's '.
SR.EE. E.
1 w innu-,.inr.wa: na.':-a '3. n .'U


July --cJr. .*rl W
anti 1iio!f ?.C4--ALT(, ;'.I ,,h. u .. .. ..;: .
9- cllr. ttie oHI..i t, id:v ' ,' 'l
lumber tc S. S. I',him' u'
July S-I'ail SLEa mer .'1 d Glf I, Yw Yo'.+
Barqte N o'...,,1)p, ', i. Qual..:
Ba qiCe Elir.. 1. .; I ,,l I'-a- Y ,k.
11--S ,h-r. Lo' il.avo, .". O.' l ,.-., .
CUSTOM 119 E-V ,,GGE.,
ENTERED.
July 9-Mail Strrner t' r.,we!! 7.1 hty En --
lish Mail of t:1 hdlLae4ih l ir d 1`:n go,, f'.r -v .~:A ,
-1AgentL, J. ?N,. Hayward.
CLEATEDr.
July 9--Maila Staie Alphb, C ow-ll, Jan.iice ; Lrun I!-
Oe.,<
+P.V : p.o S ..tp ., r.:- .
In the R. mT. t'term,' IA .' Oi Friav laSM, fron'
Ralif'a--Mr. P. B.ru, 1 .0r. J. :ateem.n -. ,
Ia ," "' I'" ,.";.. J. o. i P ?.
Mr. J. T.. M1. 1 t N _,F C Lil.1,,,d. J: N.
RN F. A. -,uelle: :..n a.- t,. Lie: 'e:r.-c -
ford, I. GO. p (ibait .. fti).. C..ill". B.Hant,,n mid
NR'evii/l, '.:i e .....1 0 i,'11 ..
Ne'~R fth kt4., Lieuf \V,rd 1 !-I!rih Ro..~ L:,it.
dtRa!,dll..h:, L' h P 'trI. n' '*o. q.i 'L :,an, ..MT h Yr.
G. :impL n% (' '..'' -f Puttie '.h dl.) ly .% ..
COm y,., Gen[. J'['tt'r'. ,o..mli : 0. ,,!:,:! t. .l r A. N o rk o rn .
,tr. i'.. : ,, j .' -1 sh ip' t w a. ,-
SarL. i .,.lC e, li e. L.. L J un' : l h -ov, lip. -.-.
or and wit>. i. Ie*,, N. L. ,i.le an'i w;'ife i
Leg'.-, .J. C iflitii. W. P. ('olin.o.e. a.d HeT,:,r:.,
Hogan, _,:-rphy and Rkiu. 19-lth R.'gt.
PASSENGERS ;.iL ,.
In lhe Ic 1'. "1. : earnTer A.t,',, on 'iT .,.i ai, tf, fir
Ju. :ica- L fut. Tower. E ., 1 ,,1.. 1 Ct, ,,' i, 8
Sar}.,t I Piuors. D.;'Lt-('.-rh i' 'Lunn'il
.Sa .-w .. ., t r il ,'Urs, --( Th, 1111,
ITrn th Mail SOeam ,er ..,, .i. _n "hur.d.1; la ,, r
NewV, I, :- r. artli rL. liarle Tr.it, d r.. F'..i-ro.
Mi's. Vi, F. DoughtLy, a. ord, ,ir ,. Toa ,,
Mr.'.. '4i ( I'un. 'ik anrlioi TAil, "i `lar., EL
I&oberi;4, Et. Nici..:, 1.2 l., I kk. ,.A .ia-
vier, 1:th l. 'st ., ,>i a r F };. JoE -St. A Frazer, if.
R.." T
S. A I1m A !u'n ''n *-. .r El, r: l i :in Jr;'
ii. g. 4ru:~~lhm.i. jj I 4O:*. AI]. Cu uaoe MNlrnes
( 3]',, .- r '- *:' 9
,';, ,itaur.? I:,! Fr,'e:i.A. i ch.:r, J Vi k,,ry,
'V. 'at ,.-tv,. .V. rep;ait %' r7 Uc+hy -- ;+.
v ris .

Colonel W. J. E. Grant, .'., Ri,,val Artillery,
has been promot,-d to Major General. ,Major-
General Oraut had to resign ,is ripp,.io.tenut as
Aide-de -CarT.p to the Quecn (n Lki promotion to
,is rank. 'lajor-Geucral Graut is a Lermaudi:.n.

MEDICAL APPOINTMENT.-We are muc.h pi: ase
t.) notion Iv the aiCeti of May 29, that J. W. B.
Hodsdon, L.P.C.P. raid L.RC.S., son of MVIrs. A.
Holdsdon, of these TLaud. has been appointedl a
President Phy..M,'n to the Royal Tufirnnar, Edin-
burgh. -
ROYAL CoLLEGE OF SUrr.&EN.', LoNrO.o-In tht
list of persons who passed the requi,.d exaOS/uut-
tion for dil)lomta, and wore duly otit c: n ]i,,her.
ofth.olleg.e at a ?.leetiuin' i-f (",anti of E':an-,in&.rs
on thte 2(:th Mai:y, we .en'? rati,=, t,) 7Qi .j. that"
of Horaio itS. R. Sparrow, Southlea. R:4.ts, of
K ~in g s C o lle:g e H -I o .,1 ita l + +.

We understand (he enquiry, in Et.,knd. into
the circumst:ces at.teiiih.ig the ,.- of the f_,sq t0
"'North .ardinn,,, on lhi' Wr:. t? etc ,f ti,,no
island ,-.r, the unm'i;o I 1., 3laatnir, hat, his-
r&. utted in the ;.j p'.C.;, 1 I: a. ofe:.r:?a~ .!..U B3_.[:[ 'a ,et ,-r
'I W. of six months.
J.U CJII, COMMI LEE.

(.,',, Si: 2. PIuLt.iucen. Sir J. "L"YrE, Sir .
"-.-::.Vc'r f.. Sfr '-. CoLLIER.)
THE CAsTLEWOOu V.Trn T.0 CNi.M,---This w+,ia an
ap-eal:rr., the Vice.' t 1 ali t.:o r tof Belmt in u ,
in which two Uorge s..'arbips, the C...sidewod and
the Canima. were involved. Salvage serin.'s,


wbich occuj select r':r. had been ren-
tiered br o e A,;, a t toxic (,,i cw..d, for which
a sum of 5u'O. w; awrr-.T, the shlp a n. cargo
were esu im'tc.i Lt ,IM4. 'The' Jud es of the
Vice Admii'y curt p,.crtioned 15001, to thoe
Canima, 90.'. ,to the rMst:r. antd 1100(, to the crew
of the Cani 0 of :; per..n. The ('.:1i wood up-
pealed to. M'.i -i ,jely in Councll '. the ground
that the nr1rd for 17 b.ur:, qrvices wa. excessive.
Si :E. PL.iiine, at the end of ithe Itis appeal
grve j. d ...ut, Hr.,icine the real wih b e"ts,
fun !c:a Il. tI" ,-wart an &nade. The pretat ,up-
P w-, -,a ac t ( mvc.'r and mate of their own
ver.se.t u::. ,irn o ie gotiuud that he awal
to the: ownesV o" 15.01 'W.v too lltie,r andt, n b
master and crew i;o uneucb.--MAr. E. C. tlak,..n
-I I 1- 1 t. '. Tr A m v.3.


'hir, R. M. Ste-meevr Alpha, Captamin Crowell, ar-
rived at St. tcor'r early on F,'iday morning last.
She made t". laud late on the previous evening.
She fi. Halifax at 3 p. i. of ht. -5Ih.
We are i,',e-!td to ( .prain Crow-ll for a file of
the Halifax papers of tho iorniu vofte dty of his
'lvinnA, whiobh puts us in possession of four days,
iat-r 'aurope:u n.ws.
The Sta mrer- Boheidni bro.,ke the lock ,ate of the
Montrieal Cainal ou hter dwnwaLd pa:-'ag-e on the
2'-` utinulao. 'rhe -xjt,.s ,f :tenewinc the gates,
wiah, .I 1 1.i t ,itn the i .PLt. ,, '.4 the . il! nunt, it i- sal. et 'e "tt a)" Sc i0)-
0010.
A .f10' V '3 I.- J2t di.t pe led irow France,
o :isa - ,.f the ora 'anI thoblir
(_.1-. y t. Dunstane', at P ,rltteown, E. Is-
L.nit Thi s vni be rra, if v-it!, news to the C.'t.htrlis
of .br-t ph-c-. Fr: ...'s loss will be thiirgain.
As edu ucaton; n.l.:" L ith,. J.'.-s- a i- rc j .rly ccl .-brated,
and gra'duate., (m b:ri: .,gci. are to be ever
fa"d rforemost in thr- ranks of tie world's wnat
men. It is iuruto: .,2 .h,. .- Rev h. K-sny, "on
of A-I Edwa1Kru~w',at. p'reE.t P'inetr.al of :a,
Airaericn Je.uit t ,l rll ri)v .-,1 o hin
1oie'ra, a to assume the,'ir..cti.;r St. Duns:ea'-.
/biif, / .narni.g 1Jerald, Jd, "-

.F;)i' rb..yS ]at-.' ilU1i Euro e.
LDONoo. July 2.-In the Ho-eue of Commono, A
Al. Sullivau moved an amendment, maiiug the re-
*olu;ifn moved by Mr. Gadtoile pr.::lpe V in.
et Id ,f retrospective. It wasv rejected by a vote of
274 o 23, The resolution :nareed to lay 1NA Goa
erulai and opm lived by Mr. Ghdton.?, admitting ll
ec 'ed ,neaih.e-r to iiffirti who lat' delan t. a so
invm, av~t sk fr CitImA 'aiinih iban.4 qpl~n n l.altri- il-.


P" vp, tfIe. kind -ipr -icm,.n cF: Leut.-folo.nel
V, Q L lM tChe O PcE.s (if the.: 0t1h I eOb-,nent,
, t~ ,i 3 : .l t
2An PATa:, ",,t tm .,!.itment will play at V io'ia
in B.h.W._'-ll IDAY,'-itay',Hie. t S 1M3t
-I' L .-. it, tla A 3it.,w 3" .%
;.. ,t ._. f ,, 51 to 7 p.m.,ano, on alt "rna..te' .,days
I Lhe .'i' h ,,rs.-

SOCIETY FO TEOpE PP OPA .fATION OF
THE GOSPEL
f1"3..- '5 q.- :. .. -c r:' ti ,-' '. .. i 1,! .u ,- ,t a, ,. iat,...
An. l.,v 'ta,, T:;iuity, in aid (4 the F'urit. oi the
"' -1'ut.iitr K LI''!] .- Ut-
,i .-. :: 'm, L-e vivie' on ''tat tdv'!i,.q.,i" . ;t'I'-
W1 .' ,k in', f,.v the .-a'e ungat. :i"' ,' the

St. G 'or'st.t.. .** .. .. ......... 1 5 00


a gt ........ ......... 9
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t.. ...... ..... .. ................0 1 5
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F ~2 10 0
Ta rT,1 w e..... "CTont,.......t..... t r 1' r o f



IHamnilton aun skictitg-I H, 1 Ma?.n~hit ilno:been
:' ,npI ctcd, 0 1 be op'nted i- 7trn.ilctit i's
m: i o, Cthar p e, n ... .. e;,....... ;-.,. 1 1 0 0



eynu .&W ir iw= 0r 0

,b o-- i, .ur;- 'C v, iei,.'j_,.: -:i,lun, i.. ,.o6..;; 'F.,,,,, p1 +1 u1
~ r iiiEl Ic.(jue '. il "fh ' TI






ot.n the A& OIt Hal, imV an u-' uh"lW'1 AiYtprur
"cAl'ly of N i-"n'-,,pe, tlu.... highly ,,., .c .
: +., 1 1 6







4AN MV -etal -AS-"-o _,jyijZ
Tar i 1 Ew Roaatr i ,:ut '. :,,: ti peit t.hU of
Hamitn a.ud t Ltin ,-e rb., h. :' been








lTu 'P-rem L -ciIiib-mto
.o~(' ed, wi ll e oL;;nc h >" ro.t--a w.ll be ._tie ..i
by one3 s';lv::isin; 'iluan a tUa ".W T'bLoJplilus
a: T,: enale ., i-i .'T ., (:' +, .-]- ?~ and F r y I ,-..n.!



'tarlye t r..i -c' I- 'in a Sr. :i : b ['- e', or .ty end
N 1,
tortity o,.f m:itressing these highly irnteehonung
ii12 1i

sr: her Lr~ 1.". bcil~ lr:e ben 1Ticitlrai;'r !r;1il
h ,'e ,": ".: K II-, : .z' r iir t tow
r9''.'.. -a.wren A T om n
STAE-0 R'I7poT.1 i o'dron'iss Sre. p-T;rrl -v
a 1 1;: h ,e W 't 4hipful M. A. 7J. i',ith,
PCO 1 Ma0 4 taroe, i t w'r:. a ;L% irm'i ploiut
.. .... ... a -.- fe.. vt h e.'"
a'2 tti .l l i''M .l p z lf a-.I -t- rm

'- ) wl
AS a;i9 o ur ii -..: hr a.flt mf late D'm -.r"
parer.
1 3 h at lif C itera ro'1 Chl k,) i e V, t E-.. l"p."
o:'a- ..in u anv1 a -.,v ho 1.. i to r te tei
:&tuie. va O a -, m t %y! ". Trt.
E..r. hi Tcot t.-imh s 'to I' e- ni tr.:cct the
F,7 Ar~c . :'.:2OTI *'O' ,9'H T -T ;:a-






To-r it l irman i m i:'i ch it rm c'I ada. Vtie fruit
3.' thel flA.-,r .C1t the apartidg hi: yU..

A botl., well m iA. b,.r -. it W, nc.e!.'e, us pic..:t.,
up by Pilot William Sinihh. n'er 1Wreck-1I?,
So'wers l, fl 28!! u.io, la,, ,ieh 1iwas found at
fb.P o' corihiing the followic' Bart iri
'de it ,' p, nin, E.s. E, m i 16th Avril, 187,
L .27 1 ,- ,Lon.. ,341,0 N

NETi. LYCTI MAIL STEA.. 0. ME---Tfhei.r. t of the
Fri.-nche li ,f new mail steamer:s--t, Chries
Qv'in--built by e --srs. .A. & 'J Intrli. Pitcthrise,
(O.-IrW has been 1iunched. itand her .an'
..." .,- '-i irly tested ca M yT ,! m t h te reslt.
I -.',Tc, ;.' r. --0o th? : at 'if si :u a-X
Knim TV iA0, ti' rs of tea st Lin1.t 7 quir-
f,.,. -' r i ..i snr :. te- a .:unn-.v r were
r.r 0r1 fatG : y by tb rt's in las t ouby.a
Gn-. Lotok l andI two by a Newca"le house. to
be deU veA in Pve antl a half months-. and it is
pretfty certain that all the ten ressle will lbe do-
-iPM writhlin the splec'ied ipa I N erl (9Air es,
.2,;. "2 :'t ip. let,. in i l than int', .fe t,
.V A j-i-.tllul Whd in p11 l niuiug.Q.

The .L ira.m r,4wa, E qmr -'Tn the D.',,r'h
'.'. --t: 01 June1 b _'s .-6 \.'the f& J m.,lim ; P i hice r'i-
tiv~o it, th lpb ove aut'-d (lentl'nnan:-
We le.an wtr h regre-t .< tihe death of Mr. Vt' illia,
wla,, icli too:k place I:' I la-I niiiht. Mr*. Seen had
p,:, ,,- ..,fr a 'l ly teitae in 21-.hray, in it wace i v._:-d tie
t'i. It' ret- altly gl:ok to liii Urailod trlai w'ui'I hate
-LEn I ,.:-.:..'3n i a's.to r 'ie ..n' hirea n fwor tu'autely' t. tt
art i-i'.j e u'v n4 .. a jaSS no't 1'C!! cnml Ned. Mr. ISeir.
int lita T',taa :enrs [t'h an r t o tin itan.tt of the Caltn',
fis cieti in th oie7~N i t' ( lfie 'av th
iih,-eut sn.t-.aetion o1) all who were i;routhtr in contact
beit hint T'1h glcen,:.v I'nen IlImoi antll h a mourned
lvy a ;'cry lar-e circle oflfiends.-

!t-,' It will be-. nuthit by oue advertising columns
t o-lay that several of the Ladioi nan? Centierlten of St.
c-r.o' intlrd giving a :e'acred ('ontOt at the h -e-
ch.n.l..;all ijas t.,mhisTt': 't on 1 thanE eniortz. of 2nleay,









next. Th4.is (Jrti. ."sret giver .-Inour Town.ab.yat
ton years .ince to a ,rowdid hutse ,i na request I' u
hi : h quarters IVIs: tjnd' I len for its reetC ~i i i baut .'fr-
CUt i an ces ocea.! r l e, t-d o ven tI its tab in g ph--. .

An er rn of #!ae LEr di'J& Mai of itn


C,.:ia .;.ioiis.; _nrwed' firhtinc: in ".k h~,.ni -
t. : arInd the u1w OrdiLnn'es Of tle Corporation of
HI- .-''.i'',, R,'platin:' \lhaLt'.:ge and Cranage.
BT "'I H, in .lb. T'nnt on ib. l-Pni-, o'(tIf- tnalraI,4
11th inst.,1 1ia, V Mf 'tM. t,,. 3. 3Swan, r'fa Dauot-
TER.
........., at the Parsonago, LarcenLurg, N.... or the
20th ul'iro, the VxIrE of the Rev. Fideaiick Q.ki,,er,
of a 8ON.
MOW--.+ _r .;_


his Irish relief bill nnlss the (Chief Secretary lor
IeInntd nde'take, to qrive a lare ranlt of mIloney in
fliltith i gotil the i Iilnl OtVted in) the overr lent's
reliA I bll., loIe adhFvigis*ele thirol,,h the ti-rlaelilliy
.rf the poor !lw.wr.
L)No1oN,' Jt'ly 3.-Inll eai_'qieiee of Ibe recent
murder.< a.'" rd3 titrantge, in Irelani. thi re is talk of a
rental ol the Pence- Preservation Act.
Lovclo,, Jil. 3 -The -HosIt lh.- inmorning in
,,' ;,., dki.-.Cl the Ameudicn-,t :)f the Irish
,' 'iii, ad th,'4 robe ,'Yl reportedlt4;,gJ
,. ,0,,, i. n d; n3 Iho alwnefsr with
'vipt'r P:oa. Ijfl t ti. 'rin ia I.,i.T" ,'e,.-i.] matter.
a v:-MN ohI).. .tO !g'_lg th eou titet ,inf Bradia g h
i) Ph I1itenit hbelfre th,, (',tr .: if h t. Queeu''I
Pe witnee:: rver, )pr,:)esi in the il .ue .fr
C'tuuatas ye.-serday to note ,h! fatrt. that Biadiautgh
I... ..t r a'd thingg "h;s pr,..,;e!lt' ia w ill be
o nes_,- 1. !i-...'.' tf:h ith t i. .Undlrn oc.d Brsd' i lt'3 h
t ."P 4 :-i S i' IO tI -'. acer:., ip nrt ..,ssa',, t thile Hou-I e
.iLorl-..
F'f.7 ,5...; tz 'peerative. ,"if Pte:t,'..t .iiid A ,htPllt -
'. !.'-Lin hfrvo "ecid-ed 't t. i te
10.1...-edt thiii iu)oeth hb B1,Iton, HlaIr Bridr, and
,i.ale o'-r tivi -..
Lr.'NDO,... ..- ,. Ba u ,.t.'.dlrap.iig ".va,'s, i.-'t tt1ht,
o .
;, J if, ae t 4' a .i i lv t i is
-e -tO OftI V j O J[]i Itoj.m .. d 1a ,rotil:.
L .ONDN, J'y f ---Th e .St_?o6... ,." t.:..L:'g
r. 1 ,9 : M -i that the Fi p t Lundnoa
Jr ;':twfiittl T>pv ..l.- t:il,dr .r .:,te.t .. ,',aehmh v.; ,i2 -Zt.
A .' .hu:e U, 71,:slborn, hitt he In., determined t,

T u
baIt or rBB whr -l d. I -g i ,.'rai( t t fl t iilI i.l l.

7 0T; : ii an, .t he r h,: of) r ('.., I o.)tS -fli t



ff the t Ti' aL'O-n-mi ldi.'t 0 vill
I- -Rm9 e .j 10p7 ae,3 L.A.. .Sb
.- .
2:. -;',- i L u ia, Iii '''~ ,--.,a, h~ i'u .. i ht'2...iW, iw i
ha '',._.. hB' e a a '.a._ 'j~' [c~ t..-Ot








iuivan, D. .h.iriiig hi. Ca.,, M., P., w
vv as lit-. v, arid ('tha. Ltd. zantiwitted ioa
I;-] in'] ei'tc:e'1 iti i'Pt'at ree iance ror -100.
I I
was... A",. C. IwItt .'h .,, or w ,:u .e. o

I -o. U LIN, uI --.)e t eer, e mn .-- nh- .c -'e-i.1

ran', 3. livi'h. 6329: iudinihi, 334,.
Pf,, -.. .Iiil _, d t 'der..i.s.
raji i ? i)frt-thre tdi..rrih. z th. e h IoIres itf bhe
EbeIk I-a nd apnei-r'.l in tie Zcahacicl G:dnsit
DBA tratv a ly.-n ,a eluded between Russia antA U
a ..a, f;q.rL and ofler m ,o-
A ias. July 2 -Peliio eta nte were
',k up y'esterlar to the Iumbr of 39, with 475
i~einej.,.: Th re _.Lin .i ooe 30 hichb oMg
'i"jaalilt,, I III ojAej toi ,exi, until
r 31'at3,st At C'nshnborry two Italian orders,
ne of (-e and the ot,,her of w-omen, received 48 hour s
,pt;:'. tL quit .,auce. This measure tkken under,
ithe Idaw of 1849, providing for the expulsion of for-
eigners, is obnoxious to the Government, .
A dhmonstration took place to-dnv at Beziers,i an
the Dtpacttuent of Heraitt, against the Franciscan
Morkp Themob invaded the morostry,rfromrwhich
they were ejected by the military, -boe theta rector-
ed order.
Bl&ia Frn.euih Augusn- Bonheua. t.liw:er, and
yebger brother of Roisa Bqohour. it dead.
'ii'ister' Cowtauce, oi a ielegrma to all Prefects,
sa.r the enforcement of i decreeN. against Jesuits .has
| ,





-ta0,te~n 1iihcetic~ ynhere, amid the in~t prp~ofiattd

Jhln --- ..e %nate, last night, rejected tib am-
taestv 'bil'.
.. tubauce i, connection with th orex-
puio o f feo tJesuits are reported frni the Pro-
vinces. The most serious. rwaT at Hore where sol-
diere, eblr ud the rowd.
ROME .nJlyn ---The Turkish Miidster has pre-
Nt P D ad t, l: Prouier a& note protesting against the
'.'eC3i. r 1, 'te fBerlsu Conference.
COr!S'ANTINOPLE. Jidir 3.-The new. roncern-
ing the Here- eufereucs.' miaod'ir-'ed great astnnish-r
elont ,)d hidi "ation i" offiial eideli and anoug
tha brothr ra f ks A ,,uai-eicr, vakvt de avd he
esanfernce has lar-ra ently violated tiu spirit of the
Berlin tr.'aty.
The rnior r couflrim-d th'at the Porte 2.] awet{Iati
latcin: AM'nn oiTheo ret ami'd- th- o., and thapt con -
sitlt,> wilitar' prcaptera tiot.i are ringe tde.
Troops are behng more. in the Ahrection of the,
J'] ,-*i frontier, and artillela'g ugnd dotenuoitithn are
t'ino2 sent to .le.uit-a.
inDes.The Viceroy of India tHl'g'aipl as fel-
lows: Abdttrrah-n w Khnn lef.. Kb s ..bad for ('bul
on the 28th tiltim 4. A 'loeptch from Boibray says
that a stateme-t t-ht the 'r' itibh CoMi nisi hauer at
,.abal .I bee r inilotrd to Sinale, j. premature.

me-' articles, una"-oi'.ably oTitt toi, willap-n
pear in our at I -

tt A t.) )Iu'lpp le et. of V'i e CII-
um, nscrn '' ni fa,t is iK:!-n2 tf the 'a ette." It
contain. hr ;.c.,i'e h, the oLre3 iati,. on-
oil .,i Hrbne ei At.embl_ for the .th and 12th in-b
]Stu ai rai .dual article on F'an..i'sS m ind two,


.., .'. :.:' 'r Is of the I M i". (:hVurch
lii;4 ad I 'a tran
-a ~ ~ V Y a Uro 4
'.,,: .-< : .., + .. : ., p, z
8 e, it r f '- f-+me o^.

OI2.5' .Isa 3rd J1ug.
Jii'i t' at't-l- ad it said (3hIttrl i.,
Pliv'-'thC'r parts..ul v'i.I b.- e at' .'lt ater


lilEth 4 1.4'71 IS ,- I
dNetice
J u l y ,1 .t h 1 8 :0 ,- .




,.!" -, i '3-'0.
e. .-, org','3 Wari~ m ;iip V.,
rC TifE S: kB Ji HOLf .1 i;S8 of thm M.\ JUt NE
-'.1"' (CO1 .1 Y .ire reqv e-r !d to .-
teInd a Mtet i to be held at the (Oilice, St.
Ge&rUe'D, Y
ON S WPID, Y


The _'th Ill..tant, -,t 12 o'.hock,
FO 1 Y Y ElEC 'i)%N eOF' FI FF.l-
.1 [8 a ( td 1 sa tia, g, ,nr any o'her bu '-,a.v to t,
nmy com. l'efore the meeting.
BY order of the Polrd ,_f v liorec ors,
G. ?Ui)NR BOIJ NE,
Secretary,
"t. tG orge's, 10th Ju!y, 1.09.-2 3p

101), 000

nSPRUE LATHS,

Drv arw lCured amlI of Exc-llent Quality.
Will -e 1,- ip at .1 per 1000 for Cash oniily
untii '~5-t instItnt.
,. S. INGHM.
tfth Jl', IR8 O


Cf It
slOt


Ket U.,eI7v??/?


> .', ,. # t .d .w,
Of every .escriptioo, (excepti'~g Spieit,,)
i 'r
O acco0 inoI)0da(,e Pravel-
lers tired of Townls Dock-
yards anid Butshet.
The Siore is oppoS-rHe Is e i"el'ry yteps, :om, is
conducted V iVthe late "'E'I: MIT," of thae
Devil'.,9iol he fvi 7 5ear: liV,-,.) lke Nob u-
chadnezzar.
XCU h, e R S .




A 11 Per.,,a.'s hi i, i' .A I, i -. I liMt tieo
;Ia .o 0' the. lte 1,--N. '.1 : 1 r -
I are requeteed tat! for.';riWld 01-n i o 1the Un-
dersi.z,:ed on or before tare Id13m Auguit iProx.
and all Persou,s I i)_,L L D i. Ile I site are
required to :",Ice Payinc It by tlt d.ue. 4Ail
Amounts then ,-p i.i will be p i.ced in L.gal
ha;,s for C.!. -ctirn.


IED, iJnl' I-.. at Sonemn& Rcatorv, WALLACL LTE.A MARY L. T. SPEAiRING,
ys u ''! ,i,1 o.' th, Rev. Bruce Mac zay, aer-d 1:..
months. Execurix.
..... in DE..on.,o Pai.i sh, on the l(ilh inst., ROBERT MUNROE,
ELU;'.' U--AN ]-'K', .'OllIOgesP datulghter Of It,.,bart, and Executor.
Susan Polhr,, agot one, ye.tr. : 30.h iJuly, 8- .
........ u Warmwisl Paris.h on 'Tltrsav last, 'th ..
inst., ,nP-4 Htr.iui'U J.ir. SIMuONS, relit, ot theIT
late John 1R. ini *s, a,'d 539 years. -N"ot ice.
.......... at. Riddles' .'ay, W atiwick,, on the 27t
June, ~. 5!.u,;LV.INA ci.. SMITH, second dautjhter of
Mrs. -airy Jan., vfun, agel 2. ;ears ant 6), months. ALL P:rs-ons having just ,\ INt) 3 aO ain.'
S.......... at li rs i, e in o et Dwn, De -rara, I thi .. 1- t o the laie M RS. I, A ,il 1'T
ot It.'-t Uh ulti o WILLiAMt oN. EsQ., I a ntive J3 NN SI iiM NS, are hereby reqtieid fto
of63 year o sland. fon ,t h, Th:-t .nrwT:.rd iheli respe ti'.-' ills to the aInd resigned,
aged 63 years., :--
........Iat iresideiinci_ No, 1. Poplar Grote, JIali- on i bhfre thc -29th dap oj this present ,Mont..
fax, N.S.. on S.aay morning the 21ih day ,ft Jun1e, THOS. 'TUCKER,
1880, the R vEPLN r J.AnnD CUPPAi;E COCHRAN, AS BEAN
in tho !2nd year of li,. aze. H.e leaves a wite, two A. S. BEAN
son: ;;x dooliters mand sevente-engrandctlidren. Executors.
The following' is the conIelnlin"l paran'raphoR ofan arwick, 3Iby I V.2
artlice in the H f:.,txr JIor L..- ('Ach,'o..di,' reviewing -
the services in wvhi.h this go..i aran was engaged in,
dutriui lis long an,.i lalirtius lifi :--" In closing the
durig-Ils .rif ai, WI t"%
r, O the li,', a of thalai ad !mgni n prominent mnan, O the t su in ot-
we may ,-.1 it Ihot, h too!-; p.r, in :1mo9 t every pzlhlie t e thIlst. I S
,','v-went a., whiht a tl'rgy'uv a cmid legitii .titel r!,:tl Pari
join. and .- -it iiid. .. IstPeh-indhimo no LmoreC -1. l Pn r
lo'-r K,,'],i ,tait'e land aaina'1 o ne wh. Iha:, mrmczeal-7 A air)O tL(lie s Gold Eai,,. .l'i .


For Ordinances of the M.1y-
Oi0, ALDERMEN 'Ilil COMMON COUNCIL, Of
the Town of Hamilt,,n, for RegulatingWharf-
a.ge an]d Cranage,
S,,ee mC p ,ni ying ,St':pplemcnent

INCREASE OF TRADE-HALIFAX, N.S.
In 1871, ending 21. TD, Hay, the tonuagc'
cntei.in, the Port of Halifax wa..,... o-374,90
.. j'
In 1SSIf, ending 31: >MaDy, the toningg?
eutering2 th" PPoi. of 1.alifax wa-.....&..17,11

Increase........142,487


A P-LEASANT GATI--
ERING IS LOOKED FOR

., ,

EVENING NEXT, 14th Iu-t,
AT THE RESIDENCE OFP
MR. .t,.iI. l. gI.-tINET'U, Spring-
field, SI.%t Page"
S'Whel Ice Creanu1 Ic.ed Drinks.
C.ieeftionery. FP It, Cotfee. TLea. ,ida Other
refi'e s6me will b,- provividd.
Poc-ed l 4the Er.ning t, b- a:o!ritd i aid
o i the MC-tho'h4s New (Chrrch Buildiutz Fund.
The Public g i_. l* i re,peotfully invited to he
prseflr..
,'r:zsy and Carir.- ared lb.ir free of charge.
H1itaArto these 8si,. EnierruinmueunI hatv .proven
t) he very .!mivab-,' No efi'rt will he vared in
order 14)W mike tho ,oa'.riu of Wefln;,tday Evening
eqwl o '1 0 ,7 pr,.,-.1 iicon ,
JUL 13, 8803.

Prelim n:iry INotice.


ALSO,

SCarriaTge, to seat 4,the
irol...rty of -ottonan who,, has leftt the Ia.
inads,
AYND,

WV The Sale wuU eomm,-nce with the Boots and
Shoes.
B. W.\ WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers,
Hamilton, July 12. 1880.


Iirines for the Season.


rOCK ,


_IA CHABLIS
SAUTERNE
MOSELLE t Scharzburgh Muscatel 1857)
CLA.kRET, imported every year for 31 con-
sective years from one House, from low
priced (to exceedingly fine growths
CHAMPAGNE. Mott & Chandon's White
Dry Sparkling, and Extra Dry
CHAMPAGNE, Swiss, Saulnmur anid other
cheaper sorts
Fine Montilla SHERRY
,c., &,.. &o
SGO"LIJVG BROS.,
-Hanuilton and St. Gleorge'r.
Est.ishied upwards of 50 years.
Jtl P i tIhc!h380--e.


tell


The iUndersigned Offers



Of Schooner Hattie Card," from
Jacksonville.
A CAN'TiNG-3 in. x 4 in., 2in.
5 i., i. x5in., 2.in. x 4 in., 3 in. x 9
ii., 2 w x 12 in., "2 in. x 3 in., and Ii x 3
il., j:. 20 eet lenth *lv
FLOORING-I1J in. x 9 in. to 12 in., plained
and jointed
I in. x 9 in. to 12 in., do. do.
IT'FO-14 in. x 6 in plaredr' t. and g.
1 in. v 6 in., played t. and g.

ALSO,
EX STORE,
\VHITK PINE, Clear and Curell-- in., I in.,
1 k in., I1 in., 9 io, and 3 iti.
WHITE I'INI, D)re'sod Roards-1i in,
!)ITTT '211d ality-1 int
i !\.;IEg Vi\' u.). t:,:dar
L -TH '.
So S. INGHAM.
July 131h, I 80.

Panama and other H ats,

GAMLE OF 15
Beautifully Embossed.
Word Making and Word BIlreaking.
CONC ERTINA S CUTLERY
.i .siperb Issortinent ot' Choice SE(MGARS and
lailla, (' -1 E .0 )OTS 'i `BACCB)OS
:sN U1FF Table Lv ,IPS CHANDELIERS
Sewving MAC- H INES-" Little
at
W.anzer", Lockmn i," atnd "Gardner"
Ulnque.4titiaably the best in the WVorld.
Pelhtws ifYV1-O() Pt1i(5.4 1 IIIT ES
L_-i" s Ex Guava JELLY
Cuonense, MI .K, Svs sraid
C'ar.tolic S. AP Atii)DINE3
Fishi lOOKS and LIN ES
C. 9. ROBINSON.
45 Front Strieet, _faunilton,
13th .i3,y, 1850--1 (

Potatoes, Potatoes.


Superi,,r Halifax Rating

P DO v A. Tr o
Juet arrived, and For Sale. Cheap.


S;


ALSO,
YAM'" Sweet POTATOES TAMARINDS
Green GINGER Guava JELLY
COCO(ANUTS CHARCOAL
Assorted SUGAR.S.
Angostura BITTERS
AL...SO,
The h'amrii ton -e'vinrg Machines,
The Best in use.
J. V I. JA(.1KSON.
Hlamilton, July 13, 1880.-1


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(.lGood and Cheap,
' ill ie lor ,al. '-a .a- ,rival at te I)evonsllire


Bp )b h0c auct(on-
UNDER TIHE BIG SHED,

On T'IRh.rnsday next,
The 15th Inst., at 12 o'clock, M.,
300 PAIRS

j Boots & Shoes
RJIThS IALIFAX CODFISH
5 -- 20 )Tubs New York BUTTER
25 BIs. S. F. FLOUR
7 Dozen Ladies Kid GLOVES
50 N-w York HAMS
1- Bi. Grocery SUGAR
5 Cases 3 lb. Tins R~ant BEF
4 Bt zes Buck TOBACCO, 14's
5 Hall BI. New Yoik Family BEEF
10 Bl:. Pilot BREAD
50 Gross Comb MATCHES
1 Large Meat SAFE (in perfect order)
Anrd th usual assortment of MiscAellaneous Arti.
cles found every TLursday at our Sales.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE


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Furniture Sale.


By PU L i c Air c, T Io N,


:T .' 13 SOLD,
At the Residence of
Sarg ... 9t r rvr.,
CEDAR PARK,
Just back of Mi.rr'y lHospital, Prospect,

On Friday Next,
16th July, at 12 o'clock, M.

Dro. wing Room.
SSET Cosisti.ng of one hnl,1-
soe- ni COUCH
1 Ladies and Gent'A and 4 other CHAIRS, newly
covered with Cretonne
2 Cane Seat Roching CHAIRS
1 Writing TABLE. Creweo! h-.derr
I Occasional TABLE, Blick and Gold
2 CHAIRS, Black and Gold
I Velvet Work STAND
2 OTTOMANS, (Cretonne)
I Mantel BOARD, Red Volv,-t
1 Shamrock TABLE, Red Velvet
2 Handsome RUGS
12 Yards Indlia MATTING
3 Sets Muslin and Lace CURTAINS
PICTURES and NICK-NACKS
Diins. "O'inf

1 EXTENSION TABLF. to seat .iight
6' Can,.,S-?at OHAIRS
2 Table COVERS
1 Butler's TRAY and STAND
2 Pair Brouze CANDLESTICKS
I Dinner SERVICE
1 Breakfast SERVICE
DECANTERS fnd .thler GLASSWARE
2 Sets CURTAINS. Plate BASKET
1 Superior 8 day CLOCK
BASKETS Book SHELVES
Bronze and Glass LAMPS
2 Spiral DECANTERS, Silver Mounted
Hall and Diuner BELLS
I Pair Ivory Opern C.-'LASSES, (in CaNe)

Bed "voom,
1 W WOODENN I'EDSTEAD
S o 1 Poital.ek Iron BEDSTEAD, in
i ox
1 Set SPRINGS I Hair MATTRESS
2 Feather PILLOWS'
Mosquito NET and P-les 9 Set. CURTAINS
1 Toilet GLASS I Chest DRAWERS
2 Dressing TABLES. with Doors
1 Portable 'Wah STA.ND
2 Sets Toilet WARE
2 Tin Travelling CASES
1 Japaned Toilet SET Foot BATH
B. W. WALKER & CO..
A citioneers.,
Hamilton, July 13, It.0.

Coloblist" Copiy on," & send Bill to B. W. W &
Co.

The subscriber
S.T'NIiN4; 'i l:i01'. ,-loe hi. DOORS ,on
S.\T(l h.U.V 1i.. 17lih Instant, requests
0 I Pei-s,s INs;j.k:' Eil) to him to call, not
lai .r th;.n I'lIl i' .-i) \ !5t instantt, iaid .ay
or imaLe s-,rne : Aftter tM.i I'eek T i 5(.. J. '.V'AitSON, Esqr.,
who hoIl4.- ; '-w 1; or Iltorktey, will act as
A -ent for u e in a'! l uiness n-ai.lers during, ,iny
absite from beimmutla.
HENRY DARRELL.
Hatmimon, July 13, 1 0.


Removal.


Look Out! Look Out !!
1Il' LM' Oi HOIUSE," lately occupied
S Iy Capt. Casiea, and toiumerly by Mrs.
Trimingham,
VLL BE OPENE,
On the 19th July, 1880,
As a Fi'st Cla:-: ( ONFECTLION[ERY and
ICE CItE 3I 'SA LOO<)N.
Cuol Soda Water, Parisian Ice Cream, with
ali flavors, as well as a. fine Stock of CONFIEC-
TIONERY alwa'vs fresh on hand.
E. A ME YE ,,
Cori.er of Victorii St., and E't 4 5iroadw.J -yv.
July 13th, 1880,.-4


Shirt Mdakin o.
-
M ISS SWAIN would respectfully
S annoui..et' t. L Public that having had
several yeais experience in hl;e above Bu.siness
and Cutting frcin Mieasure, Ahe is prepared to
guarnatee satiisfa.ii n to, all inho may fivour her
with their pa ronj a, t-. .\:io, I adies, o- il Iinfants
Wear neatly trade. '-.eoiwrunons of' work mnay
be seen and prices asceetained, tvy calling at hei
residence Church Street, ;,ext ,\Vest of Police
Office.
Hamilton, July 13th, 1S80.-2 pd

Notice,
T HE Undersigned hereby forbids
S all per',ous to nIer upon hi"i: i'roferty
know ;is" WMiI)LETONJS," situab- in i'aglat
Parish, for th'i- luipoe of collecting r rnemoviang
seawvr deiep'si'ed on the beach, except ion
sp(.cil terms icleh will be inade known on ,ip-
plicati,),.w
JOSEPH H. 8. F IUT H.
Pagel, Jin-e 26, 1880,.-3 3p

Estate oft he late Charles
Miorgan,
Fihal Notice.


L!l. A .M I' d,:. til'. I'atu and not
p..id be!',), ti, h. 3 .ia!-. Ilsn.111 W'ill ie
fu *d !oi '.t! 0u, se .t ,' i ei 'o ,s.
JETELIIAHI BURr'lOWS
3. NORMAN HARVEY,
-..\ecuLt rs.


!j'. hold Furniture. -. Ct.


H u:, bie.,' i :,'r.:,d \S ithl Inl -tructiolis
to Sell.


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Dining loom.
A TA CCT'A Y Dyi: ,')..",,, pe fTA .,LE" (to
'+J ,. ,_I 1 .)
2 H j itn n, r- SET., rdl and, whitte--

1 W hii .ri d -1l '. , ,'E .
W i..~TAFLE, n i;,o:'in' withI d!th -,1rs
W ,.,, p;t ,.a BA. .I:ETI u'-,-ii LOUN E
CARPET :- IrGr 1 CLOCK
I P.-ii, H :-I :!. _:. L T... (PS, f..,t !ll:- burners
I L', --e Do. D,,o.
I P.., Do. Do,
Fl';:-r a.s L r',i'c' T.:-t TRAYS
11 CI( i l'% \ cane slat
duiinvr PLATED-WAR E TI'l')le BELL:

Glasswatre.
DECANTER._ .UMBLERS
|h in. 'Cir!.hn ,p;.'21.i awl 1Lique-r GLAgSES
Cu.<(r,.. DO. .TJhI' DI;'.
Fl..ver VA."ES; Fin ..r r- .tIN,.
,aiHlt GLA.'-SE-_, Iatt-r DIS.HES
Butt."'-,; TRAY

tSed oors flf,.ressina JRooms,
TRtON BEDSTEADS-, (Sn.l'e)
"\MA.T'RE.S._E,, air)
PALLIAS,SES 'Mosquito, NETS
TICK INGS BOLSTER (Feathe'r)
PILLOWS (F,:-atLhr) BLANKETS
QUILTS
TOWELLTNG--T,-w'.l ::ii:l Clothes RACKS
Tug- Round TABLE Painted TABLES
Toilet TA .BLE' and COVERs
Lrorg- SOFA arnd COVEP
JLar' Maiogany Set of DRAWERS
Do. Mahoga,ny PRESS, with uniahogany
tray drawers
D P intend. Prs-s Ti ,ar,-. Watshstaiul
Do. B sinBain at"h 1 IITBs;
Chin:.' Fo,, Eaths I-',:.ki'u'- Gl.ss
S mi a"-'- D.rii9':o.j- C'loth:_'s '"'A- KE'JT
Wind,':w Cutr s C'w" CandlEstick

Kitchen,.
9 /rAHOGANY Exttnsion TABLE.'
2 '_ Dal and othr TABLES
i CLOCK .3 Saes S'ndry Chairs
A lar.e variety of KJitl:.n 2.quisites in lion,
Tin, Wood :d, ChinC A Stovo

Surgery.
AfEDICINES MLlulial BOOKS
.,I'l_ M: edii.inei Co.he 'ts 1,: s .. d ,V i-ht.l
Fieasur. Glabsse.s Ta,!, -, T k --<.,nd
E ai thi C o,::e-t C:.i ... .u i
Fi.-h Globe,


Carriase House.
(-ARRIAGE to hold 4 persons
'r 1 DO. (tCov._-,.d to iioll 2 per-,ons
1 Ladie's ;dlit- Gent's :-thdlel
Carriage Lamp.:s; ,S':i.edl- :;taind
Carriage Covers Hai ncess

AJlisc tla'neous.
BIRD CAGES Moukey CAGE
.1 Screen, with Picture "
Market Ba-.kets Jars Tins Boxes
Corner Tfables Milk Tins and .Strainers
Wrateer TTin Buckets Garden Bench
Grass Mower Corn Gi ndeur
1 Iron Co'-.h 'aft., ol whet-"l
I. ilent. S,-win iMai-chine-, Wilcox & Gibbs
Hyacinmth Glasss Bows and Arrows
Hall Floor Cloth.
July 13, 1 tSl.

*!,- Should Wedinesday prrve unfair weather,
the Sale will take pla- the ilrst fair day after.

removal.

HE U lnersigaed having Re-
inl.v4d his
Taiilo.ing e tabIishmreet,
To hie ,'iild.!:4 next 'VFot 'f his Old Stand
aniid i ,i. !;- i : L-. r,.- r r" .:r. 4i. Keenov.
T-n'ler-' iii. Th" ank) i>i,> h,. t Public for1 past
fa\voi. ie-, a' rt. s i .c r li., .., !i.:,. conitiiin aiice.
of sar-,.
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catlion b. ..en ,
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era.
ltigbest MN arkt rat ,-.t ;i : -- i-'
meonts of Bern:mii i'a rod-e.
For Freight, PIssa-,re, an0, ;! infirmi sti,'!),
Apply to
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agcnt.- for .A teamenr, !!niarlton.

IMP ORT. Tn' 'O TICE.
P) LANTER, S wishiis grw J-EI.5Y
KIDNEY POTAf.TO'1' ,S icr ;,r c F:nr!ii
Market next season, are ,equlstc, to call uptn
MESSRS. R. 1. ATKVN.-i 20., H.i>nSorin,
t" ew:uge Seed. Li.it a !t15,h Ti'-
ilondon Prlc h, li._n, S,:..!t
Jersey K'idneys 24.(i to10 7; p1. Cwt.
Other Kinds 11. :. 1; I v.i
Onion.4 I' to L Li,
N.B.-Direet Stesmers-; ronthiv to L!.n'im.




re neL n e

About 3,000 Bushels ogrvd Hard
Stone


1 ia r r a i l t ,. .
Dehvered i) .niir.. lton Cs' ct. <;e,: '. ::i ,.n,:
Shilling' per H-11 w,.2u .:.
O,'dor- iee t ;ieh ?*i n..loa, H., i(.: r ,',N
Hamilton ; JOl;N TIIOblAs4 'i'TUR.E., ii
Farm,' K11ilo'0); Si,,1. Smiti,'s -r- : .' i ;-
IAS ''iunJ .rNEl I' .ope 's Hill -' lii;o e w 'rm,
Jlamilion I'ari'h. ,ill meet wlii pr'E).'(MO ,Li n'-
lion.
April 27, 1880.

4 ('Card.
To the Ladies of Bermuda.
TIlI lines CAKE expressly fur a.:uic.s and
Weddings, niade up in extra styles rir sur-
prise the whole fiermudas. Ornairents. &c.,
Flowers Birds, Gold and Silver Leaves, Bride
and Groom. &c., ii groat variety.
r Also, A. No. 1, 1, CR eAM in Bricks. Soi.-,
Water, with Choice Fiavou'rs a,t OL, PEr 5munvD-
AN CONFECTIONERS-.
E. A. MEYER.
East Broadway, Hamilton,
June 8th, 1880.-6 (

Notice,

The Undersigued solicits cons ign-
nme'ats o/

BERMUDA PRO UCE
FOR
MW. WM. PESAOGOO,
West Wa.hiingtlon S'rket, N,::c Yorl:.
Highest marliet r:ms will be paid f'r P'ro.lutce
during the ~Seasou.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 15th Mrchl, 0ISSO.-lf




P INTEAT
DEALER IN
I'AINTS, OILS, VARNIS.IES, GLA.S,
PUTTY, BRUSHES, &ce., &c.
Every description of COI,) made ready for
J. E. EVAN'S takes this opportui.ily to 'hank
the Pu)lic in zenerrM for their libera! pat-,n.:re
arid will eadlti~votr (.,s in the plri'. so in the
future), to merit their continued favours.,
14 Quee:)n Street, llnoilton, }
Petruny 3, t'S0,)


MEYER'S 1PARISIAN

ICE CREAM.
ALIVAY, ON HA."D,
It being ackiiow!lei:d to be the fi-lcst IIE
(Ci I'i.. c'e." miad,-, and for thu ..'veinicnee of
my C-ih..lo Cer i ill pIut it up in i Fir.cy lioxvs ol
hlalf pint, pin t an Id quarl. Warranted to keep
haid as a rock.
h-\ao for sale Iby the Plaite at my i'stablh
mont.
Cool tOI)A WAT'I:R all flavor, on rauRIh!!,
As \''ll Uas a full stock of Frosh CONFELC-
TiiONFRV alwisn on hard.
E. A. MEYER,
East Broadway.,
April 20th, 1880.-3m ,

%VWanted,
A GOOD C 00 K.
Apply at l, COMMISSIONEa's HousL, ireland
Islan .
Juue 8, 1880.



ON the evening of the th Juine
b! t k Z..-.; 'a : .,.1 '-,'1 t 3 n- i :J ;,
Vaterproof COJl T\
Anyone bringing same to CHELSTON, itural
Hill, Pagt, will be Rewarded.
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i'n titon;,, 2 th Aimy. I :30.

For %ile.

Valuable .eal Estate in
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For t.l e i'
JOHN T. STONE,
1evonslIire.
June 3, 1S.c0.-t-f



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The Undersigne'- oflfrs to Sell
ihis Entire
S OCK-in- T RADE,
GOOD-WILL and FIXTIJES,
As they now stand at. Nos. 3 & 5 Qu-.en Street.
For further pru litnla.'us appl;v to ihe iUnderi
signe.1 immn ediately.;
A. R. THOMPSON.
Han-ilt, ai, May 4th, 18S80.* -

FOR SALE,$
SS a IPrintng Press,
Type &c.


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SJ. W PA KER,
Secrtary.
Court Bermnda, N.1. 5-19, 0. F.
Ireland Islind.l.
28fth May, 1380.,




TrHE Undersigned has Received
-from London a first C;la.-


With m.ve.able figures, desigiiled 'i he Zulu
Band." Is prepared to arei,d, .it 'very reaton-
aile rates, Juvenile Pari, :-, Concerts, Pie-.Nis,

The u.-it' is fir-st Clans nvd the wonderfull
moveime,; of I !', Li9,1 (T 's aMIP.SiM", And
astio)nishi, ".
GEORGE o0.1KL;JY.
Hamnitn, J't:.. 7,ii, 18"' o

C. ~S Vr.i"-r ,
W schm2a :r, Jcwyel!r &. E"m

Offers for Sale Cheap,
A Choice Selection of

(rid Silver Plated ,Iare.
And i'er.sum in enii i, Ito i p)rchr-.n ; will i1ind (by
calliirn; at shi tne,) ,tmnple r,',n Ito say I
have at I .,t found a, a C e ;. e 'iJe i' X 'Dio 0 "'
N. l.-Parties who have not Settledo their
Accounts for the past four. year.-, need not ask
for Goods ,un t'r'dl:t, hut e.t.-nd to all thie sa,.ie
invitation.
S Call aii .-ee.
ieid Street, next WeVI ,azetz e Cittice.
heceuil aer I5th, I.'xo

Joh>n M. DeWoVfo,
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1 i.,+ 1' .-t+ .'. "" "+
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orudei. -
ALBERT INGLIS,
. ..., A.gent at. Bermuida
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an-d t?j ,.: I;a the ,* -. k-L, |I'in, r''rch and
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Ap. '"''- .
R. D. DALRELL.
H i iltA.I, 2L!;t June, I ..
w For Sale,

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-neaii i,.t w,- apply y a "1 .i izetio "
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The '.'ubscribers ar'e now+., prepared -
to Furnish



iaialy ( euxd, ce'- OCcptetd)
ron their Store in iurni::by Sutreet to any per-
son wio inay il ,-sir-e :i su;pplv.
Ji etI li-l ISt,, .'-C i I' piiti l l :,IC!( V ie',1 :iy it
I Ji I-e icliver-a-.:l [9'y 1L.'ii rild. ---Iroi- .11 : ilit 10
'clock t, 1 iin-, .*- ,,.,. i, *i,. ist A pi. L
i '!.;ice i- onle perrny per ,,r.+nd for 12 ihs.-
,. !li u iW ardf.,
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Ao. Clark J- blo '
L n' i, t -v i i ournn'fac-C.i !'. lasy r i n t
aut in-l 1. ch gI ';feAt M i -F' % fe i3-fuf i n, -Au lt e
iiNe 'n d aiip-i--4h1 p",h sic-ias efll it nvural.h-ind
wh tou 1T n-iieEd Bunc -I Iry your IN i' l N
BLOOD iar UP IT ni faih in but inke'.i I
cIi J- 8 [.id hb.ail t h I .t: I it thai 1 .,.h L sin fr0-
cacum ncthiro h ;h C'.':r'e '4; 'hii, s ,tC--" suf'df-i,.e ir I
) e, d it. a ath r s' lt .:i r "an u t i d.rit t I
dippirlt,',i tu v f it .i-ie c.'on.l vi lfo this cty at j
y4' '.itl'-iu' 1 t1i ) k-i111a v' i V CY/ l 9r '(u for r .Iiboin tvitd
inc me le rt y-i INDI' l % IN DLO I -' "Y LUP .

;250 Simco, Street.
P.IN IN THiE BA C:, LUNG', AND S-!OU.LD-.
ER ;,
7TORONTO, )AprIl 21s, 1860.
Dr. Ci'/ark- J5'JWI
ElDer Sir--I h iilied .' .i) in 1) 3 ril 1 !iil of my
1)ack, also through ira' C iot sa-.aii i'd. c f Inr. t l oj (lT'
thlan three ? yem: ; I ha'.' alo had liver complaint
and dysppsii. I ''io ;-d d an' other m -
diciiie. tu. never rT.'',iVed any a0i1f until mv atten-
tion was called to your vaivable INDIAN BLOOD
PURIFIER; afier ii; use i -,Iort timo, can .-av
that I have felt better and isnore dl- in 'it)do my werk
than I have 1 -ir hi, are iwo 's'es- .
J. G. AMEY,
SI cf, nso'ind '- W-''t

NERVOi F:0\SJ.


S iH E above WVATC HIES for both
Ladies and gentlemen are kept constantly
Oif in.d by the iU'-dersioned : Any grade Move-
n'nt not( in i Stock will be furnished at the
Bl.i,.iuiactor's list price. Also, make to order
unq style oi Ca(se witl, Crest, Monogram, &c.,
P~1ngfaved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
th.- Gold Mled:1! at the late Paris Exhillition.
E. T. CHILD.
I'ront Street, II amilon,
Dper 16, 1878. u.o.o0


Y'MMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
MERY.
r ':.iEL'S 'OILErT VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet ansl
Ba'i, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant
Fot warm climate~ it i s invaluable.
R[.IMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER
V.'T' P..
HIMMNEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
COLOGNE.
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
WATER.
FINMiEL'.' JOCKEY CLUB, and other fra-
gram.t Perfnumes.
IiI.v ILE'S LI.iL .JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful glosi and imparts an
agre..able coolness !o the head.
FtFiMEL'S PURE WHITE GLYCERINE
SO\C TILIA, 1ROWN WINDSOR, HONEY,
ALUIOND, LE 'TUCE, CO.\L-TAR, and other
Toe1t b,.o.ipi in barir or cakes.
Ri.,'I L"' VLNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
RO.E-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
bo.es, barr.I3s and panekets.
IH il EL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whilens
and prILscrv'es the ieeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweeteits the breatlh;
i:- IMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZERE, orNa-
mral Air putrifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the he!l;iv a und refreshing efruidnations of tile Pine
an(i Eucaiypius Forests.
E R I iM31 fL, Perfumer by appointment to 11. R.
II. Princess of \'sles, 96,, Strand, Londoln, and 17
Bo-nlevard des ltalieni, Pari,.
May 27, 1i79.

'Tleodore Outerbridge,-

HAMILTON,
Itd streetet, \Vest of Royal Gazette" Office.
Olce Ho.urs--10 to 1-2 ndJ I to 4.
.l. V 'sit 8.. 4',oiges, I'Snedys and Fri-

O-r(ler'At- irp,ip; Alt L-JId. ti.
I 1 il t in, October 'SI ,, I S76.


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TuI:: IFERMUoA i~'OyA.J GAZETT., is publi.-hed
.::r Tu.*,4; "'V Dyoiyv.i.p. MNi'PHEr. .I.EE,
S- 1 HI., .c-c *P,

N ori.'ei i'0t 'r of t' ed ariabaurn by Streets,

rve'ire Biank, flaiid-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End
Wator StRfret.


GUION LINE.

United Staites Mail Steamers.

1f0-? J.IPIP"OOL
CALr.IN#; 1T QURFNSTOWVN,
LEAVE NEW YORK


N &VA[DA sails Tucsday JiJy 13,aL 9 a.m.
S\;iCON.\IN .a'.! Tueid.;:y July 27, at 9-30

ARIZONA sails Tuesday Aug. 3, at 3-30 p.m.
W YO'MING sails TFuesdiay Aug. 10, at 8 a.m.
NIV 3 D sail- Tovdav \uL. 17, at 3 p.m.
\V~I S NSIN saii, T7sda"y Aug. 31, at 2 p.m.
.A ZON.' -iails Tuesday Sept. 7, ai 7 a.m.
'Th 1e ,i1f Sif .-,:neres ire hl i!lt expressly for
Iht Triade, have ivte waterti glt bulkheads, and
cai' v 'i'rinced i llcer'. su-rgeons and Stetw-
:!'Ies*?q.e f'heSa'-cnit Accommodations are un-
surp.-sed h\ nv A.1tian ic Stonmers, and the
":it-:Me io. :r a ..,i i aii deck opeoi!n into tlo
'lurl, .us -it smti'ig hdt great comfort in
,vat' travel, jprfeclt entilation and light.
:-'rokiihgj Room', i.'tI !Room and Piano on
e. eh Stca si,'.
"h, It. S. MIasil *.teac+; 1lerniia' froni Ber-
S i:,Jav., ,e'cally ai ivcsat New York
o.- *o!l'i,.-s, ;and.! Pasnget'r' ii agga e can he
tr:ii.'. rred di'ci u to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
el! : 'J! 1.
WILLIAMS & OGULON,

29 Bronuvay, New York:
Net York, July ist, ISbO.

AMERICAN WATCHES,


' I waste roublc'1l wi",'' ii, ..,. iii,. eft' he1 c ,Ovous
systomn, I was at'd.1.:.i l > ;hi, ib 'I ,,f iii" f i,- st
doctors iin hi.: pairt '' .. ,:i. r d d no
relief. Yaur INDIA.\N '!.O'D .AYaRUP ..',iveal
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Hea.-.'lhi', ni t a-. c dier~"i d great ben.'fit froTm ts
use.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, July 13, 1880.

Peper theBa


BERMUDA.

Proceedings of the Legislative
Council.
Friday, 9th July, 1880.-Puranuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wn. H. Gosling,
'" James H. Trimingham,
r Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. Geal.,
G. S. Tucker,
The Bill entitled 1" An Act to increase the Salary
of the Chief Justice," was read the third time and
passed, and ordered to be laid before His Honor
the Acting Governor by the Hon. R. E. Webster.
The Bill entitled An Act to regulate the sale of
Wine, Spirits and Malt Liquor, was read the se-
cond time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Cbairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 13th instant, at
11-8'30.

BERDMDA.

Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
obuse of Assem bly.
Monday, 12th July, 1880.-Ordered, on motion of
Mr. J. W. Pearman, that the consideration of con.
structing a Water Tank at the Flatt's Village, be
an order for the next meeting.
The Attorney General presented a Petition from
the Revd. F. J. F. Lightbourn and others praying
that the Sale of some Glebe Lots of Land at St.
George's, made by the Predecessor of the present
Rector may be legalized--for reasons set forth.
The Bill for the apportionment of Rents, &c.,
was read a second time and committed.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
Mr. Fraser moved to add a Duration Clause-
which was affirmed.
Ayes 17-Messrs. S C Bell, R J P Darrell, N J
Darrell, R D Fraser, W J Frith, A J Frith, W S
Masters, S A Masters, T W Mercer, T A Outer.
bridge, A M Oudney, C Peniston, J N Smith, T F
J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J Wadson.
Nays 12-Messrs. Speaker, T N Dill, S B Gray,
E H Goslin!7, H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, J M Hay-
ward, W C J Hfyland, C C Keane, T D Middletou,
W R Peniston, J W Pearman.
Mr. Fraser moved that it be to the end of 1800-
which was affirmed.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill as amended and;
it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to au.
thorise the Overseers of the Poor to hold Land and
other Property-which was read a first time.
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Debtors
A t 1876"-was read a third time.
The Ruleregarding the Passage of Bills being
suspended by unanimous consent,
The Attorney General moved Clauses to be added
as No. 2 and 38-which was agreed to.
The Bill was then passed.
The following Messages from His Honor the Act-
ing Governor -
(No. 21.)
E. C. GORDON.
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor has the honor to inform
the Honorable Hou-e of Assembly that the annual
sum of 200 granted under the 4th Section of the
Post Office Regulation Amendment Act of 1879 for
defraying the cost of providing and engraving plates,
dies and implements for Printing Postage Stamps
and obtaining stamps or Post Cards therefrom
and of renewing or replenishing the stock of Stamps
or Post Cards and making any alterations therein
or additions thereto, and for procuring Stationery,
Stores and requisites for the Post Office Depart-
ment has proved insufficient to meet the require-
ments of the Post Office service for the present
year.
Of the sum of 200 granted under the Post Of-
fice Regulation Amendment Act of 1879-.150 has
been already remitted to the Crown Agents for the
Colonies to pay a balance due on the cost of new
dies and P..'Ire Stamps and for procuring Pillar
Letter Bo-:s, leaving only 50 of the grant avail-
able for the yeoar 1880, and there yet remains a bal-
ance of 55 0/1 due to the Crown Agents in respect
of the cost of the Pillar Letter Boxes.
As the sum of 50 remaining undrawn from the
yearly grart will be required to meet the cost of
procuring Stationery and other Post Otffice requis-
ites, the A.cting Governor recommends to the Leg-
islature that a further sum of 100slbould be grant-
ed for the scrvicn of the year 18S0 to defray the
balance due in respect of the Pillar Letter Boxes
and to meet. the expense of erecting them.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
6th July, 1880.
(No. 22.)
E. C. GORDON,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.


The Acting Governor has the honor to forward
for the infloi nation of the Honorable House of As-
sembly the Report of the Board of Works upon the
expenditure on Public Buildings, &c., for the year
ending 29th May, 1880.
Public Buildings. Hamilton,
P July 8th, 1S80.
(No. 23.)
E. C. GORDON,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor hasihe honor to inform the
Honorable House of Assembly that the Board of
Works has reported to him that the 'Water Supply
at the Lunatic Asylum is inadequate owing to the
insufficiency of the catch, and that it is necessary
that Eaves guttering should be provided to the
Verandahs ot the Male and Female Wards of that
Institution. The Board has further recommended
that a Shed should be erected for the purpose of
affording shelter to the Patients in the Refrac-
tory" yard.
The Colonial Suiveyor estimates the cost of the
gattering at 26 and that of the Shed at 10.
The Acting Governor trusts that the Legislature
will vote the necessary funds for carrying out the
works recommended by the Board of Works.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
12th July, 1880.
The Bill to provide temporary Clerical Assist-
ance in the Secretary's Offloe-was read a 2nd time
and committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Wilkinson moved an amendment to insert
after the word instruments" now in arrear."
Ayes 13--Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J 1
Darrell, T N Dill, R D Fraser, T W Mercer, W 5
Masters, A M Oudney, C Peniston, T J Pearman
T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J
Wadpon.
Nays13-Mesrs. N J Darrell, J Fowle, 8 I
GraE H Gosling, H H Gilbert, S A Harvey, J
r'V- ..... 1lr n .T w~and.a C Keane. T E


Middleton, S A Masters, T A Outerbridge. W R z
Peniston. -
The Chairman voted for the amendment. a
Mr. Wilkinson moved to strike out the two last e
lines of the Clause and to amend the Preamble- a
which was agreed to. i
The House resumed. c
The Chairman reported the amended Bill, and it 1
was adopted and orde-r to be engrossed.
The Resolve for remunerating Mr. Ward for his c
Son's Services as Sorters in the Post Office, was 1
read a third time and passed. ,
Mr. C. Peniston introduced a Bill to amend the J
Police Establishment Act No. 20, 1875-which
was read a first time.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell introduced a Resolve for
paying off a part of the Public Debt-which was t
read a first time and ordered to be printed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Orders for next meeting :
Flatt's Village Water Tank.
Miss Webb's Petition.
Petition of Revd. F. Lightbourn and others.
Rent Apportionment Bill.
Governor's Message relating to Post Office re-
quisites.
Resolve for paying off part of the Public Debt.
Next meeting but one:-
Board of Works,
And Governor's Message relating to Lunatic
Asylum.

[ lri't.t t.rp.- sslyfor the Berimuda Royal Garette.]
FANATICS.

Fanatics are not only dangerous but troublesome
to society. The majority of people are much bet-
ter informed, and really much better intentioned
than Fanatics arc aware of, or are at least disposed
to admit. Strictly speaking, fanatics are ardent
religionists who imagine that the world is deficient,
falling short of the standard which they affect to be
the nearest approach to perfection. They agitate
and sound the bugle of reform, .:. if the whole so-
cial system depended on them, not taking into ac-
count the extreme probability that three are many
more besides them, who are equally zealous in the
course of right but whose selfsuffiiencyvis not pro-
minent enough to bring them to the front as agi-
tators. The meaning, howev,:r, may be much ex-
tended and taken to be extremist leaders in any
agitation. It cannot be denied but that in many
instances agitation is wholesome, and consequent
reform highly judicious. But the agitated rather
than the agitators do the good when any is done.
A mere note sounded will produce harmonious mu-
sic in response,
If the popular reformer aims at material im-
provement and looks beyond any mere selfish ad-
vantage likely to accrue from his labours it will be
his object to conciliate, and to appeal to the com-
mon sense and good natural judgment of the peo-
ple themselves. The mob may, yea will, exclaim in
deafening shouts Great is Diana of the Ephe-
sians." This is fanaticism of the most common
and ephemeral kind without affecting any good
purpose. Rather the effect is to produce discord
and promote discomfort, without forwarding any
substantial interest whatever. An agiator, to be at
all serviceable to his day and generation, "should
come before the public with -omo degree of polish
and modesty of manner. The very moment any
overbearing is detected, thou his ability or sincerity,
or even both, may be questi.,ned and his usefulness,
however desirable, may be undone. All aro not si.
milarly counstituted and do not regard mattcr.i in the
same light, and making allowa7_,:e for constitution.
al differences an.I pr:-judi-.es. :iriing very much
from custom, it is a.stonifhing how much human
nature, pretty much the world over, is in accord on
general subjects. Not -very one can be a leader.
Rare knowledge, tapt and runningg are requisite in
one who would have people follow a.:; if by soriae
sort of charm. Pnnpl. w;il 1.- driwn not driven.
will be persuaded but not ,. ..erced. Fanati-'. take
up opinions, hold to them through thick and thin,
and force them on public attention in season, and
very generally out of season, without any regard
whatever to the feeling, of or the welfare of the
community among whom their lot may be cast.
Fanatics in religion make themselves, often with.
out intending it, hihilv dist.asteful to the high and
sober-tlinking religious public. They declare
themselves on most difi'.-ilt. subjects, with an air of
decision from which pious anu deep thinkers would, l
recoil with a degree of horror. There is little orno
check to their boldness of assumption. and, if their
immediate surroundiug. only f.(op aiud feitL r
their vanity, there is hardly st ttiog :ino bounds to
the limits of their darings. But the fanatic in re-
ligion may usu illy be acquitted of selfish purposes,
and his phrensy may be ,haritably set down to
positive deficiency of character. As a corporate
organization the Church has never shewn much li-
Sberality, the tendency has been to curtail thought
and to check investigation, as if the world were al-
ready wise enough and needed to gain no more
knowledge by careful ixperienut. The. Church as
a body seems never to have fully grasped the idea
that our knowledge is almost necessarily progres-
sive, that generation can follow teniration on the
successive refinements of knowledge. Funda-
mental truths must ever remain impregnable
strongholds, and the capacity of each successive
generation should be equal to an improve survey
of the whole. It will not do to condemn in unmea-
surad terms without adducing some substantial
reasons. Our knowledge is little ci-h than a series


of refined experiments. False deductions may read-
ily be drawn, but time will correct their falsity.
The world of experiment cannot be narrowed, and
so long as we continue beings of time and sense its
scope must be enlarged. It may suit the popular
pulpit orator of the day to declaim science and
wage a sentimental war on all that has raised hu-
manity in the scale, and is daily elevating it. The
enquiring spirit of the age, its sceptic-ism, its infi-
delity, &c., arc all touched on in a piteous strain,
without in auy way advancing the cause of real
religion by the lamentation, a sort of traditional
e following up in Ecclesiastical politics.
t The same spirit pervades all religionists even those
who rejoice in a freedom of thought and govern-
Sment. The sincere christian whose principles rests
on sound fundamental axioms can afford to let all
e this mistaken policy remain unheeded, and go on in
e the path of investigatiou with the feeling that our
knowledge is still imperfect, and that the more the
C material world is essayed, so much the greater will
the glory of the spiritual appear. This rhetorical-
ly abused age of ours can point with satisfaction
e to its substantial acts of christian benevolence,'
unmistaken evidence that, despite all fanaticism, we
have as a people been far from recreant to the high
e duties required of us. Further the church corpor-
Sate has unconsciously been itself progressive, in
spite of the ground which it delights to take and to
hold. Old heresies the Church now accepts with-
out any question, ministering much to the creature
comforts of her members. Which of the two,
e think you, is likely to be the more religious, he
who folds his arms in mental if not physical indo-
lence and accepts unquestioned what has been
t told him, or who has no enquiring spirit to know
more than what he may already have been told, or
? he who examines for himself and would know
S more of the riches of the material world, and would
, thus bring his mind into a healthy tone of action P
J The answer to such a question should not be at all
difficult, and yet there are fanatics who would ra-
B their commend credulous indolence, confounding
J that with religion, than stimulate healthy active
3 analysis in the busy world. It is the spirit of


monasticism which clings to the church even in its
Reformed Protestantism. And more, busy minds
and busy hands, mistaking the opposition which is
encountered from a quarter whence every encour-
agement should spring, are impatient of this curb-
ug influence, and sometimes and unwillingly be-
come indifferent to religious impulses, if not abso-
utely irreligious.
Fanaticism in politics, in questions which con-
cern the popular well being, is common enough but
ess injurious, because capable of being more open-
y met, and consequently morn easily overcome.
Hardly any great reforms have been perfected
without the ground being prepared for them, the
ump has been ready prepared for the leaven to do its
work. And this is the more observable in the fact
that many great reforms have been carried out by
very simple means and even ordinary agencies.
On the one hand, as projectors, we should remem-
ber that there may be many equally discerning,
who can see into the nature of things clearly. The
age is overburdened with legislative reforms, and
artificial expedients have been largely substituted
for sober realities. Educational Reform has been
a most important one, but even here the direction
taken has been, if anything, rather too statistical
and formal. There is a great danger of transform-
ing the schoolmaster into a statistical machine and
withdrawing his time too much from the ordinary
path of tuition. There may be a tendency to fit up
a school-house with fancy benches and tables, per-
haps not very much in keeping with the building
itself, when the expense might be much better
incurred in providing blackboards, maps, books,
and essential apparatus, putting up meanwhile
with plain pine desks and seats. There is a ten-
dency to cram with knowledge, and make prefer-
ment and promotion hinge upon good retentive
memories for the time being, instead of considering
the physique of the applicant and his general meu-
tal constitution as best adapted for the post..
We who have been accustomed to constitutional
government and personal freedom, are apt to consi-
der in our English minds that the world only re-
quires English forms to make it what it ought to
be, acting much in the spirit of Midhat Pasha on
giving Turkey .he shadow of Parliament as a cure
for all her ills.
It is this spirit of fanaticism which we have to
avoid, and it is a fanatic whom we ought to dis-
-c.uragc and distrust. The sincere reformer, the
aspiring leader in religion, in politics or in social
life will be open to reason and conviction, he will
learn as he goes, as he must, and his success will
exactly depend upon the genuine honesty of his in-
tention and the manner n which ha will handle
those with whom he may be brought in contact.
TPh world at large is a mueh more intelligent and
di.sriminating Jury than wiseacres give it credit.
for. Fanatics are so rootd in their own conceits,
and so impre.secd with their own importance that
they will not listen ;o any reason, and so they
generally are wrecked on the barrier reefs which
they shape their course for.

For the Royal Gazette.
IMPROVEMENTS.

Opening of the Clarence 11411 and Fairy Land
Road," to the Public.
There is nothing of greater benefit to the Coun-
try than opening up New Roads where required :
and avthiug in which the Legislature affords
greater rat.isfaction to the taxpayer than the judg-
ment they exhibit in that direction. 'Tis but .1
short time since a great boon wa.s grated, in the
widening of the Fort Hamilton Roa.d" that raps
the Easg end of the Town at Vpcto-.ria Street," to
the safety and enjoyment of thousands, as it has
bc-:.ecic a great thcroLighlare. Anrd now we have
(1 similar boon in the road just opened near
Quc-n Street" at th, We.t end, from White
Hall" though Paik Lane" (passing thatimposing
Ma-.sion Victoria Lodge,') to Victo.ria Park. This
roy."d should be named **' Clarenc, Hill and Fairy
L.ud Avenue," as its terminus connects with the
i,,Is to both those place.. This Avenue will
doubtles~i become the fashionable :]rive and pro-
iuena.ls of those attracted to the Park by the music
wi~.h I hih ,We are likely ..oon to be favored
t')riiuh the kindness and liberality and social
L,iirr, o C'olonel WValkr oif hie Duke of Edin-
hin-ih' Own R regiment. The Col-uial Surveyor
h.i displayed great tautc ;and judgment, as well
ap economy in the. formation of the Avenue with
irs graceful cur .e., rather more numerous than
some would admire, bu't rn..ertd necessary by
having- to contend with many hl:.- ou one side, and
the Marsh Laud on the uther, but they are quite
h. id cnrugh for :saf..tv ;., all pr.d.ed drivers.*
The utility of this road is incalculable to the la-
borer aud mechanic who, for low rents, live in the
neighbor hood of Spanish Point, and we ,hall soon
see more cottages going up and more land under
cultivation in that direction. No doubt as soou a
the Corporation see their way clear to do so they will
open an avenue from the Park to conu-e,':r Jrcctly
with the Clarence and Fairy Land Avenue," and it
would be a stroke of policy if not at ouce a good
speculation for the owners ou the line to contribute
the land as an inducement, because it would d,,ult-.
less create an advance in their Town lots far ex-
ceeding the value of what would be taken up for it.
The next road in importance and for whi.h the
Legislature has wisely made a grant, is the North
Shore Road," to commence West of the Do.ok at
about "Costello's," and gradually ascending the
slope till it reaches the top of thu rouge, and then
descending and crossing the Marsh just East of the
Old Parsonage. In addition to the accomauiulndatiln
of the numerous inhabitants of that region who
petitioned for it as a necessity, it ill bo a b,:-_n to


travellers coming to town from tlh-- !ower Pishes'-i
and from St. George's, as it will avoid that circui-
tous and tedious route over the Government House
hill, and around by Pembroke Church, and it is to
be hoped that the land will soon be taken up and
the work commenced.


TAX PAYER..
July 12th, 1880.
Guari-d Rails will be placed where needed.

For the Royal Gazette.
MARCHING ON.
The Colonial Surveyor seems to have sprung a
march upon the Acting" Mayor, and brought his new
road into Town bef.-re the Corporation were quite ready
to re.-eive him, but no doubt the way will be cleared by
the time the nuiic is introduced into the Park. The
widening of" Wesley Street" at the Northern end will
be a great improvement when finished.
PRO BONO PUBLIC.
July 12, 1880.

RENEWED FIGHTING IN AFGHAN IS FAN.
CANDAHAR, July 3.-A British brigade, compos-
ed ot all arms. has been ordered to ove from that
point on Girkirk, to support Shere Ali, who arrived
from Herat a few days ago. The renewal of fighting
in Afghanistan is held to demonstrate that the ques-
tion of the British relations to that country is about
as far from a settlement as ever, and that in all pro-
bability the present Ministry will soon find a new
edition of the Afghan war on its hands in its attempt
to impose a ruler upon the country.
A dispatch from Calcutta says the Brifish Ca.valry
attacked a large body of Afghans at Pad Khow, nine
miles from Cabal, and pursued them for 8 miles The
enemy suffered severely. The British lost three
killed and thirty wounded.
Lady Burdett-Coutts has now enjoyed her huge
fortune for forty-two years, during which time her
benefactions have been over a million sterling.


ORDINANCES
OF THE
Mayor, Aldermen and Common
Council
OF THE TOWN OF HAMILTON,
For the Regulating Wharfage and
Cranage.
W E, the Mayor, Aldermen and Common
Council of the Town of Hamilton, Or-
dain that the following Regulations be adopted
and enforced from and after the First day of
July. One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eigh-
ty. That the Owner of any of the Articles
hereinafter named (not the production or na-
tive growth of the Colony) or his Agent, or
the Person having imported them, shall pay to
the Corporation of Hamilton, or to such Per-
son as they shall appoint to receive the same,
the following Rates for landing upon the
Wharves or Shores of Hamilton, from Vessels
from Sea, and for Shipping from the said
Wharves or Shores on board Vessels for Ex-
portation-viz.:
~-a-h


Anchors.
Barley,
Beans &
Beans,
Beef,
Blocks,
Bowsprit
Do.,
Bran,



Do.,


Peas, t


I
ts,




f


Brandy,
Bread,
Bricks,
Brooms,,
Buckets,
Bulls,
Butter,
Barrels,
Calves,
Candles,
Canned Goods,
Carriages,
Do.,
Carts,
Cedar,
Cement,
Chain Cables,
Chairs,
Cheese,
Charcoal,
Coal,
Cocoa,
Codfish,
Coffee,
Coffee,
Copper,
Cordage,
Corks,
Cotton,
Corn,


C,51r n,

Corn,
Cows,
Crockery,
Donkeys,
Drays,
Dry Goods,
Do.,
Firewood,
Florida Water,
Flour,
Fruit (fresh),
Fruit (dried),
Gliss.
Grain,


Grain;,

H.an d Carts,
Hand Spikes,
Hawsers,
iay,
Do.,
Heitr.s,
Herring,
Hilet-,
Hogs,
tH :o..,p s,'
Horses,
Ir., Btars,


each .......
the Jug .......
the Bag ........
the Barrel ........
the Barrel ......
the Dozen or under
"on the shores," each
"on the Wharves"
the one hundred Bushels,
and in proportion for
any quantity exceeding
20 Bushels ........
quantity less than twenty
Bushels, the Bag ......
the Hogshead ........
the Barrel .......
the Thousand ........
the Dozen ........
the Nest .........
each ........
the, Keg, Tub, or Tin....
Empty ........
each ........
the Box ........
the Box ........
each ........
Children's, each ........
each .......
the Log ......
the Barrel ........


each ........
the Dozen ........
the Box ..,-....
the Sack or Barrel ......
the Ton ........
the Bag ........
the Quintal ......
the Bag ........
the Tierce ........
the Case ........
the Package ........
the Bag ........
the Bale ........
the one hund ed Bushels,
and in that proportion
for any quantity ex-
ceeding 20 Bushels ....
quantity less than twenty
Bushels, the Bag ......
the Barrel .....
eatlh ......
the Crate .......
each........
each ........
the Case or Package ....
the Trunk or Package of
like size ........
the Chord ........
the Case ........
the Barrel ........
the Box or Barrel ........
the Box or Barrel.........
the Box ........
the one hundred Bushels,
and in th:it proportion
tor any quantity Lx--
ceeding 20 Bushels ....
quantity less than twenty
Bushels, the Bag ......
each ......
(each) the Dozen ......
each .......
the Bale
the Quarter Bale .......
each .....
the ten Boxes or under ..
each ........


each
the Bundle
each


six equal
Bundle


Do. Railing, the Case,
Do. Rods, the Bund
Do. Sheet, the Bund
Kettles, Tron, eac
Ke'ges, Iron ,.
Lard, the Keg,
Laiths. the Btunid
Laths, the 1000
Lead, Rolls of,
Liquors (Spi- -Buk
rituous) th Bsk
Do., the Demi
Do.. the Hogs
Do., the Quart
Liqur (Malt), the Hogs
Lumber, on the S1
Do, on Whar
Mahogany, in Logs,
[.ist-, on the SI
Do. on What'
AI:st. Hoops, the Doze
Matches, the Case
M-.ftches, Do.
Meal, the Barre
Metal the Case
Sheathing
Molasses, the Punt
molasses, the Barr
MIulps, each
Nails, the Keg
Naval Stores, the Barre
Nuts, the Bag
Oakum, the Bund


Oars,
Oil,
Oil,
Oil,
Onion Boxes,
{
Oxen,
Paper.
Do.,
Peas,


like siz
the Doze
the Barr
the Bask
the Jug
Slats an
hundr
each
the Roll
Sheathin
the Barr


to a )bun

Bundle o
le


le
Tub or T
le -

of ten Bu
each

et or Case
john
ahead
ter Cask
*hea t
horses, thi
ves, the I
the Log
chores, eat
ves, each
n
of 10 gro


el


id.
6d.
Id.
ls.
2d.
2d.
s18.
ld.
free
2d.
ld.
Id.
2s.
6d.
1s.
38.
2d.


1:.
Is.
ld.
id4.

ld.

2d.


2d.
4d.


id.
6d.
617.
8d.
2,7.
I7.
Is.
1 .7.
d.
271.
2d.
2'.


-I.....the


dle, the
. d.
r Pkge. 8d.
.. ... 2d.
........ 2d.
.. ...... }d-.
.. ...... 4,7.
in .... Id.
........ 1. 7.
undles .. 6,..
...... 44.
, each.. 11/.




M feet Is.
1 .feet .. '2:
..... 3s.
h ...... 3d.
.... 2 '<
.. .... 2d.
ss ...... .. I1.

........ Ad.


.heon ........





lIe, or Package of
ze

el ........
et or Case ......

d Ends for one
ed Boxes .... ...

or Bundle ......
e, the Bundle ..
el .- ..


241.


2(f.
2di.


Pepper,
Pianos,
Pintles and
Braces
Ploughs,
Pork,
Potatoes,
Potatoes,



Potatoes.

Pots (Iron),
Pumps,
Do.,
Rice,
Do.,
Rum,
Salt,



Salt,


the Bag
each
Each


2d.


each .....,..
the Barrel ........
the Barrel .......
the one hundred Bushels,
and in that proportion
for any quantity ex-
ceeding 20 Bushels ....
quantity less than twenty
Bushels, per Bushel....
each ........
on any of the Shores ....
on the Wharves ........
the Tierce
the Sack .......
the Puncheon ........
the one hundred Bushels,
and in that proportion
for any quantity ex-
:eeding 20 Bushels ....
quantity less than twenty
Bushels, per Bushel....


Sheep, each
Shingles, the Bundle
Shovels, the Bundle
Slate, the Thousa
Soap. the Box
Spades, the Bundle
Spars (small), each
Starch, the Box
Staves and ) t M feet
Heading


Stoves (I
Sugar,
Do.,
Do.,
Do.,
Tea,
Tiles,
Tobacco
Do.,
Do.,
Tomato


Tripe,
Tabs,


2d.
1 41.


id.

I d.
2s.

2d.




2.s.


l.1.


24.
.... .... 2t.
.... .... ld.
........ 24.
.... .... 18.
........ ld.
2d.


Id.
..... ... l&.


[ron), each .
the Hoghead .......
the Barrel ........
the Box ........
the Tierce ........
the Chest ........
the Thousand
, the Bale ........
the Box ........
the Hogshead ........
Boxes, Slats and Ends for one
hundred Eo ........
the Jar .......
the Nest ........


2d.
4d.
4d.
4d.
ld.

ld.
14.
Id.


3d.
1 d.
2d.


Wagons, each ........ s.
Wheels (Car- the Pair ........ 6d.
riage) )
Wheels (Cart) the Pair ........ 6d.
Windlasses, on the Shores, each ..... 4d.
Do., on the Wharves, each.... 2s.
Wine, the Basket or Case ...... 14.
Do., the Quarter Cask ........ 2d.
Do., the Hogshead ........ 6d.
Wool, the Bale ..... .
For every other article not specified the
Wharfage shall be in proportion to those
which are.
Merchandise imported into the Port of
Hamilton, and landed from or shipped by
Vessels not at a Wharf, subjects the Vessel
an.d Merchandize to usual Wharfage.
Articles lodged on the Wharves or Shore.s
,,tl remaining there beyond ten days shall be
subject to Wharf Rent, such Rent not to ex-
,-e'l a charge per week of one-half of the import
'WiLt i'agr-, and to be? collect ?d weekly by the
Wharfinger-a part of a week to pay a': a
w _k .. ... ... ......
That all articles- upon the Wharves liable to
the Rates hereby stipulated are to be orni-
pactly stowed and packed up by the person
having charge of them to thb, satisfaction of
the Wharfinuger, and in no ea~e is there to be
any quantity suffered to remain on the Wharf
in such situation or such .unor .s mi.y b:,-
struct the free and conimodi'ous acconmncd:(
tion of the Shipping at the Wharf, and, the
transportation ot M'-rchaid:lize to and irIom
thence.
V'ess>:ls lying at thef Wharvces are required to
be moored with sufficient off-inooringe for-
ward and aft, and t,:, be kept at least five feet
from the Wharves, and to make good isly
damage which the Wharf may sustain in con-
sque-nce of their n At b1ein'z mn.ored as afor,:-
said.
V. . on tlh Careen to pay double Wharf-
Vessels lying alingsid.e or on the off side of
.mo1th(r' Vessel -ai- di:-chiar';ii or loading, to
pay half Wharfage.
VesS-l.S moored a the Wharf and not aecit-
ally discharging, lo':liiing, ballasting or eareen-
ing, shall be made to give place to Vessels
.olainig to the Wharf for either of these pur-
po,e: ; piroviled th'l. latter cannot be a,..com-
in.it-.teA. othervwi-se:, v.hich poiut any three or
more ,of the Co'rp:. ration shall d-.te-rmine, if
required, and in c''- of refusal to move any
Vessel s3 il.o:,ored .u:-. ,V~sa shall b- liable to
be move. by the Wharfinger at said Vessel's
expenisP.

Ralte of WVliarifage on Slippiig-
TVi. .:
SEAGOING VE.-ELS OF ALL KINDs.


FASTS.
Tons ani, ui ler pr r
Fast,
il;) ...... 61..
200 ........ ls.
3n(1 1 6
400 ........ 2 s


600 ....... 3&
3
SO0 ..... ... 4 .

1::(!i .. .. i
1 !'uII. ......... 3 6

1 20i ......... .
Twvo u, ml,1re Fa.ts

i .\t of a ,es-i -:, i

to be consider-.d i
as one Fast, and[
charged for ac-
cordingly.
ThL.-se Regudlatios,


WHARFAGE.
40 Tonu-, or und-: per


40 to 60 Tons
60 to 100 "
100 to 15(0 "
103 to 200 "
200 to 250 "
2-'i0 to 300 "
300 to 500 ."'
300 t: S800 '"
over S0( "


day
I
"
"
.
"
"
gL
. t


2s.
.3s.
4 .~'
5'.
OR.
'.5.
8.'~.
.4'.'.
1,58.
24 ).~.


so far as they ::t-prt,.sslv


alter former Regulations, but no further, to
be de(.med and substituted for them.
Passed the Corporation, to go into opera-
on the First Day of July, proximo, this
Fifth Day of June, 18S0.


N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
S. S. INGIIAM,
B. E. DICKINSON,
A. TURNBULL,
CHARLES C. KEANE,
W. T. JAMES,
THOMAS N. DILL,
ALEX. M. OUDNEY,
JEREMIAH HARNETT,


Mayor.

Aldermen.



Common
Council.


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