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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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00033
 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00033
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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I :.1. ,, ., TIl,- T Irali I e ne n I',,"I.ul I; '-I, r ll
thu
H M ..S'.. -/ '. Cnliniani ,er Gi r,-. foll, tnirivl on,
WI.,'i ae.-iLly i'ri.aii lHIlit1x: itl .1: t't on 1 tllh fo'r ,iltniah:a.'
S. 5K. I :'; .. i i-1 .1 fr '. *, .p' c L;,i i.
i.iin uir 1:erni'iila *aan Julyv "' 1, 1. l ,i'Ii'u,'-i to l ':v,. t.A '.
] iin l.' :tlh Alim '. .
J' .. : I I 1 'it 1 h.i l '. 11 -r miit, ,1 ai].\ *2 '.
a,.'' i.i'i Liv\' ini .1 ic' I'.'-i la .tul T yl J 2 '.
Wei.tin'l. r-t:..l thiatt Iali. pu'oi...-toti: of the a' Lou.
i, ha ai .. f S ., .a i.-1.,'" int,.il ttlir" 1 1 1 :, ai ci
,..ill.1 th i :, DE', ',. to f,,ilow thle Hi,', ,a '.. The 1f ,
i- -tYai.1 toI 1,..' am i e.l Hid tle: NIot, i.an1 that ms eu- dti
}',r 12 : t li. t: an i.tor. to- i.-.''.al!. :;t nm'.oui::nMl:da.
ti,.n :. F .r hu.-.-.c -u .

Mails per S. S. "- Muicl" i .I,' ..:. at tihe P<..-t (i.
fi-', !I it ilhti,, rt 1 ,.m.. :.n Thnti;-d-ay next.

A \,'ithil',it,,.' ai.t' nipi.i i:.ii by 1. heavy raii- and
.-'.\, rFal i--v.:i'. flI:.Ituh ,f li h'ltuiu,.' ranl ,.orinn:. hea' ,
p al.s of timhun,.l ra, paa.i: oaver th I:-- Ilauni.s on Sn.
iirlayv aftern'.ou la.-t. ThI-- wiud was frolal. S.E. t<
N.Ei. by =W s.t crud .i-tI.ltd .]..wun in thm- 2.

Ifor:.-E I.\,:'*.-'_ ne\- 6 are i,':,.- -. tI_ ]ain l iha
fffo lt.-, ane I.,c in', a ania 'i.;-y iir ,.h- ital Ipa tii,-s t.-
have :I .1ahy'., r... ii-" ant '-tliily l3y thi-, fall. Their,
are noavw n [uil ,1".'- o..f fine hii .- in tthe Colo.ny, and
we ,.ionl.t i :. l ].,,.... tih-tre vill be no dittii.ulty il
S.ttiUg up, a. muil t.1!d.
Tlh .Itr.:.an *f irnprovment ,air-.-:-s ,.c-t wain L
"N,.w thal t,,- H-!!i!tuilt C'orporation hv,-e beer
diliug' u o.'lt ocl .-L' .i..- a at thel Eastern :untranie
E i.st Tloadidiy, ;,y filhuing upii andi lveiliin g to m
iar-.a-I'inu uiitalc, i;t ti ust thit the- o.il wo,-k mair

i,, te tfh',' reine' t],:- lit,,.:. (,f w',lattr'i'm I'cta ,j lrte h.,eel
v, rv garcat. it i ue hiiIi re.iadl io Pi (.io.:t (r, t
ia'll 7. pc'r t:rat of tli. pr,- ,'ii.,: shijpei 1,a. .
a long Front S-tr'..et fromlu tlh- E st.\',r d.
Tli. Ian M .Ta-.k-.n I, ,s.,.a l'i,.nl,,;-.ii ,
Ib- 1'.',-jci ,u .i', Airn .-ii ':. I, i',:'' ul a 1 .n ul ta:t IaI ]i



,\1 'l ,-..-',!,,l. l-i,,:'.1am. a.i.,1 ii' .',r: i i a :.- a l : .mvour.
., 1 i ,' '. I ii' i ii f] ia ,l o u.

'l'ia i'.ill!,, i-. aril'i n:.a l'ujialc t. Iu.Vi iaton:la ii .l,: l 'V th
I ei ur-' ..' I TI l:,| i'. t at- al ih, .Xli iit:i 'y f ur he ,hii
ia i .uI tit.. '.p t I calii. Tin,: t tesa t I io i, jei lo,
I.,I ;' reh t!i. Orte ',', ,A'.1d, ,zr, Eu, 'lbrut, a nlI Jlit/ualaqa
'1 I : Or,,.ht. \'- ill l,\i-ve on .\u '-. th.;-, ; E',1,'//a',' feson \An
,-,'.t T :an,1 th' .i'eitl..ia r nii l I,, ',' tda'h. ab:mut Au\t: 'a'
i'.. .c' I '.a l1 t.ilu a l:Ital; ,),I :lia l Iall, Hia
'". 't,,: ..: ; I 1 ..r.t .' : r ii.a i t a..-. 1, .:-,,m tli.-. M a lit
S'm ti in i. i' i .ii.' .'. t :' !- '. ri ,' \' Ill t. l:


:, ; r.ai. i'l t Iran' i tl h -. v.ii -
A i a" i..i s i.ri'. ',' h c tii m ari ,r ia '. f:lt'.l '.'lm., ith
lai.ii~ in ,:c ai.'i- ,i,- ii \i_., of Ihi'- .itLS-Cit 'crisis in Al
I a:li: .,'a iii ilhi I,'l i-,. l il .' i, i,,deliu a 't- ce r ail,.'r (;a
p, a tI ].rrea_ .I f..r!lw hf rl.] ia.. ii I, \ iz. : T' it "-n,
l,,i, t;.!i, *2 ti l 'i" ,,r. i, auna C l .i.ll tr ; iIu i;1.J, F o,.
Irc in ia.' t.,. t : -'.at ji l..,'t, I''n Mi .I ; and i-i B.ittkliho
:'- r Fout, 77mhb .:Ftr, ti,0(d lIt ea a!li Ri:lc Bri'i.a.
I i 0!'ii i '__;!,uinl.
TIn- u'l. -aPt_'ih ni, v.itiih wa. tj !Ia ,'> gone dui
jraa lh" .n'i.an I- tm, fe',i'hUaa.i, i c-'i i.irk at one
I a:, a c .. li a sa o a a a, li t )li- '.I cm-ln 'v' rn1 I
, "' .1 t ,,. i i l :c ; ,. l .! .' l| : ,, i ... l ( ,
lIm v' th.:- "ar. hi i a.. it, nt. 'J hi -1 J:t l :;-iiiJei ,t hici
,,'.. .,I j I, ; l, ll av ...n 1o I :. c (-all' i. Y.Xt vt : 'a


S _'ol. V i,-,", ,'...., vth R ?3-t.,
SCol. iWalker, th R'egt.,
a i.'onmisiar.'-ir Cu,.:a Rliidall an. 3'Irs. Randall,
S'' C. O'Leoriy, It.PB.. P.M.O., anIl Mr.-. 0'L,.-any,
.I ;-'ion.i Maj:,r T. \2arnu enud Mi.'. W:.ari.',
SCa.pt. Storey, ,',th Rc'grt,
C(ipt. Maephersou, R.E.,
Capt. RilMiuson, DR.E.,
C.aipt Pilleau, R.E., anid Mr-.. Pillearu,
Capt. PuVtay, R.E., anu1 :. I'l.',.v,
" C.i. W aVit'., R.l. A.
'1, ,ry. .v. ,ET. hardlyy an'! Mi-.. Hlltdy,
lit'. Carp,:r t,:.r, ,Ttc 7 ;.,g't, ,
? ,r. -erasf,_M, R.E.,
Mr. .T,: r'p, r.E., In<] Mis. .Jc-:s,,p,
Iii .fl ip;a,_om, It.E., an'! M rIs. TlIu ,..,ir.i:,
MIr.Von Donop, R.E.,
c i'h'. Wood, P.E., .
- Mri. C'.:,'ve, R.E.,
- Mr. Tyler, P.E.,
. Mr. Penrose, R.E ,
- Mr. Lutye-ns, R.E.
t
e -------------is C----------
- t W< We nro pleased to notice that a PReg:itta ias
. to come off in the Hl-a'bour of -;"t. iG'.or:e on
'11ur-.-da.y next, unde-r the p.atrona?.'? of His ,, ,i'--
slip the M iayr'. ,'e, understand tliat extensive
& 1..-pan arti. e: ar ll nitaki for the con-Jun outt, t,
- "Ilii.-hi, we learn, will not It.o eoufiL-nud to L'It.-'
ow ned-i in the in-meidiate neig'hbourhoood. '1'i
'1 leartiful harbour of St. George-r., surroiu-icd as .1
't i by ,.ommuandin --g views lor .,pe-ctator i- w:ll
Si,.l 1pted for sut-h at jpurp:se".


r- TiL- RPa': voRt His ROYA'L Hioni.N:.<.s ti;. DUIe
e C, '.Eot:-NE..'a'etHi C .A L_'-i E Cu..' vi tll, ir ,inay be
o i l i. c -l :- -' .. 'l. ''.t.. ;. L n i 'lu m.ii t ':, .y'... '-- ,'
,r t, !:,.. I,:* ..- : t,, i -* :.O.- .{ ".,,t.,l, on T hriu sd, il"? ;' '
.- b.-l:,..
h 'hri'e,' v.ill i au additional RaPe,. on the same
r, course on the same day-opcn to all comers.


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"7.' .U i'r ) -' ".:t ^'-N .

T' i., i,, .1. : '. I.1 .,:..], :,m e lti t il; p ..-vio iv".-,
4 i .pp,' --ve t i.,V tih-, p,' lii ."A'i u of
S,''.. ii t.L ii (' 'ltChar'-si of -1l 'inii. couk'- nial
1 L.r. I iir,., the; liriil-'drrmoori mu ,n i'? It riui; re. iin'
in th, 'r ir' ipir live.: P'aii.-Iic.. 'Thi- eC.oinion En) '-
.', ;,r,,-i. .e i-- rnr.:l- fllo-red.l in tlh --- I ;',e ..
',' ''!S .si .i hl :-i was. tIhe day fi-v1n' on fur tli (e -
i,,.,- v. w h i.l- t *,'.s dlet,.tr inu d .-. ,.l..! i .... .. .' -_
i .iih b .d-.:- ri-. fiutl .., devoi, l f all ostertati,..,
o'.-,al,. Th,: Re.:c.r W Pe-n'rokri '.awast p.ie:,:.- lo
'r.lit tho r1c !ui.iite piermnis:iou to 1have tIhe ieorvstc
p!iun;i:i'n.i in Tinii-ry (C'lIairi, in theo Towa ,: f Ilam-
ii a, Ch.an:1 -,f Ea..--. to t}ie Par-ih C.'h- .h i f
f'-i!'r-!, l .1 li iday suiilel rupiti..a, ian Nat'.r1?
v:.., a ,g-: cal a-,.nuutenance, whi.-:h the f:ouids .,if
th.:.- L;"'-"I, .iy eonsi,.ld r,:d a gi t.ifyin, omnieu for
their f itcire hillpil.ness anud prosperity. 0-:i o0'ieol.
was the hour i'pl)oiutind, ionn ic-'fi.e iwhit:hli t:uie
th-' s-vei:':l - ti,-e in the C!iur-el. whiiil the Lr.. )orn r,i :i..tu_ l
'.erst of CA tainin Hn-ua o's Coipaiiy lb l seats
j...vidled in the 1c-)ody "f t..-- C.ht,' b, '-i' n a g '..
.-iz:..1 on ,ega.tion ase1,i lhl.-'(! v. witne-Sa. a. i:t'e-
im,,..v. which i., always more or lh-: :.: yitit'.it ;,
ai'i. "whiviih has (-ntiwined: rou"-.ld it. .om-n of reo ..I.-
1.1. 4t ,ntimeniti whiih lit,:,rary wgnius hin-' ereatted.
Ti .:- ,uta'inia y five niur utes for variation of -loek:s
Ua% in.g expirc],-p thIe in'-iisit ive _ur orderly -pec'-t-
li... !,.- lii-ed the aplroaehe-'t,:, the Church., began
I,. exhibit a little Ipardonib le impatience. H~io
t]i.y- coin.:-' w:i.,a g'-nitly whispered, and a momren-
t: r'y d:li. lit s-eize'd the patient ssemnly. But not
v.t. It was ouly the happy mother of the expect :-d
a.ri N ., wv-o, on S.n-ri n .-t'n:ious, ir acc-onunted of little ,
mniment. Looking' well and in the liest of spirits.
al,;i,: utly, Mr.' GoiOc approached, duly attendedl,
'l..l Atit-red within the Sanctuinar. Somr.e .uc~'e't-
t'.lI tl!at tlhe' Orn;itbi., e'bo h 'l ehnr'im the a.n.iicu ,
.aii,,noits of d-.l'a, anda oo th: tl,-ne 'ious by per-
1. ;i'el ni .:r'i cl-i.. i.-.i .. i .Ir-., 'tion on tU .- organ l i 1';.
W. -. un.:!iher cr. so well render. T!'..[ -.lspi'u.'. i.
.at I,. nth 1ri,ok-en, and the Pride ariives at tti',
'W..t Entranue.:' ai'-opanieid by her father, Colonel
C. '. G',rJon, C.R.E., A,.:ing Govfrnor a,,l
Conmranuder-in-Chief, and le:iuing on his arm :-he
,-sri':bs y thie g'nat't t'es t door, and wall-s up tlhe
ia-,n.'. drtw,\i i-.io to ti.e '(ihauc I rails, tlie ,orgati
ioilnu'il out L a full vol'unie of lit.lo.iy. T!jhe carl.et
.v'liii,:h c:..verc-ed thet passago wa. i _u:.d for the first
litin:, the \Vardens thinking it a hapl'py dedi--ati,'n,
in itW fragmentary form, of the Chan'el Car-oit. for
. v.-'ic.-l subscriptions are now being taken. The
r i e_` e room, truck to the punctual demands of his
tortiitl callinu., wa:s at his post, the c-lerzy were
w vithiu tl, rails and all was in rediness- f"or the
Sr':trinton ial Service according to the Anglienn
itiW&l. The Rev. Mark James, Relctor of Pembrokec
a-i Devonshire, with due impressiveness, lead
Sthe Exhortation. The TRev. Dr. Hollingsworth,
A%'tiu Rector of Parcts ana Warwick, piio<:.itdd
v, ilti thlie ,i :'ri.d ''i oriouin of the service. T'[ ,- Bride'
'v s given awaT !.y her father, with apparel ut con-
SlenI.-e tll.ht !,. was committing h:-r to able and
a 1viniainl.-'f. The C'hoir chanutd the Psalms. The
4 Myv. E. J. lady, M.A Garri.;on Chaplain, Ipro-
Soe-tledi in the service. A hymn was then suwg,
a inud the conuluiug ndircs.-i was delivered by the
R.v'. Mark Jame:s. Thi 'e: try was thereupon clu-
t ted, and the n .eessary attested rcg'istrationu made
in the Pemibroli~ Pari-hl Reg'isreT. The Bride andl
SBii il-groom, a, they passel down the Chancel, rt-
"ei'V'ed the heiaty congratulations of their friends.
Lutering thliir carriage at the West entrance, the
hot.,.es w-re dispensed with, 'and the men of Capt.
l Hfei:age' Compauy (28Sth) nmal,- fr.4t their ropes
to thit vehicle, nd with a will and court ago rani
thle happy couple ,over the Queenus highway to the
light t4f nil twho witnessed the turn-out. That
has ,omuethingu' of the good old ti:me in it, nutt<-ret.
:Nora.. while otters would have ii that it wa.4 oul.' a
l pori imitation of the hirih split that ituled in tlCi'
*.:,"l ,ol, time.s.. But. u--v'e-thals.-:s, the adlv utuine
ind t..:arite adashl al.,onut it that. one or-.cnsir.onally lii!e,
t, ,.,:'e. By the time the heights of C'liftonl wero
.,aled, in over a mile heat, thiro were doubtlAeq
inai y parched lips, which were soon gratefully
mi,.'-dt,'-nel. Colonel and Mrs. Gordon r-turned to-
.etiicr to Clifton, thie official residence, at the lead'a
of HFLnilton' Hnarbour. of the C. R. E., -ommnand-
it-_ 1."ure air and fine views. They were fol'i'owei
b.y t,:.i nun1 unions guests, who participated in th]:.
v ,Odining bio'lkfa.-4t, nud who were favourcI with 2'
Svi'ew of the I"npe ..numbier of co.ilyv ann n !.-- ful p.i--
..uf,, tio the l:Mide niot. the last. caiued v.iwa ,. ve-',
I. .aulsonwo Li.ke.-t the present if than;umu of th.e Q'_th
-I '.aitr:u IIne.lge, Company R V. Afterwards o'.nu
"the Lawn, Mr. lcyl photographedl the a: .nilMed
'iroup, that a restingg souveuir may be preserved
.,i the avpi.-cieioxs day.
The following is a list of th:- invited gue.-s:--. :
Laly and Miss Laflfan,
It ]iHonor the Chief Justi,:e an'. Mrs. P.c-.s,
SCaptainu Moresty, -:.N.,
The Ion. J. H. Dairell, C.M.G., Mr.. maid Mi.ss
o Darrell,
Tiae 1cv. Df. Hillhingsworih and thur Misses i Hol-
ling..-Torthi,
( Th T il ou. -T ( i,_,il n"g,
Ti Ta, 1lc.u. Ja. Hi. Ttmiughamn ani Mrs. Tiimin" -
S ham,
3, TIhe H.,n. Jas. Tucker and Mr.s. TIucke-r,
SThe ifon. George Somu.'r: Tuick'-r aid. Mr-s. T'I. i-.r,
STe 1IhO R. E. Webster,
Thel Hou. S. S. Jughani,
ThIe Attovney General and Mrs. aud the Mi.s..:.s
S Gray,
(',Col. McDonnell. E.E., nud Mrs. MiDonnell,


Ctt. el van ti:..I thc l L-I'_.-e.-t ar-'t i .,' CiC.t j- in the v- ilo.l
(-x,:esding the c!l ikn,:n n 's-. of Ve.iii.m, Etna
uiu d I-l-:ach. Ti'e ChiL;,-e im-iai pl,,n aniu!t cVi-:i-tu iily
o''erool2 l D r,' n l'rdtl.i,.'j tLeI- M 3laiy. J',-."2 Cl'ilii;:.lnan
is the coining ma;i---an- may yett liandle T-;'krmuda
onions. A f':w maps ai..a (iicharts w-c- us'ed with ad-
anut:lo', thIe Dr. trai'.ii" % with li.: poiant,.-r the dis-
(' tiits which L. .:r',rk- rovri. rd. A. runoe pwrpular
!- ie.:-tuie woult Le- ihat w ,ic. ia-h o' ld ,]tleite the D :Do,'-
tir'-, plic.i,,r.,l a e._- v et i;r ..m ., ir'.o siti. : iei term- st 1ii lai.Si





E: tal li-,aiuu-- a :: at n :.tr-ul, hi ;." i t, froca th rf,
whotre it h .1 1. a u tulia:1d soiuo i;. v 'dat', b.t.,ru
from the ..teameir Solway. It "si' '.:1 ,l o'un a
trun.k spl c'ci'ly ole ruinedd i'l',onl 'L tCr1- 0 *G'!.ai 1 -.
Inert E -tai. ii.hri: :.sits fortl:.;.t'iirp!.:. 'e,", w:' m. ov d
o d, dravru by i : 1 i".l r--'s iami. tit- l c:'' e -it' .,I of .1
n'tumber of boy-i and Lt.h_-:, ,:-olikl- tid to wi'.ness the
iove'l .s' t. It wa.-'t .',afely ;ca' -ri,:- towithin a .,.huiI
di-tance of its. d, .'tiuatii:.n that e'.'- ii g, and cu theL
fo,.llo\in itto: iiie ina, ay gulood nauangement w.-. placed
in posit i0n

Alauoit tu ll ,hoaumstEt-d, ilu Perimud.i. rEj':.,"ei in a
'. ine Inore '.., ]-.. u iLent "y wl.-1 ,h thei- at,:,
genec rally i;._ :.-iv butt Ii ,r'e are? hiu,-. ry fl..:-
i'gns l'y wlia-hi th,.'y -cla bl ie.Villy di.-tin m .
O the G.an or ite t i.os-., ,' in :.t,,a? .iiiia eat.
a.tce at th :_ utir-.,,ee' ihu e l iiiV: ._ii ih.' b a1,! uly
lettt-red, thL eouv :,ni.: 'u :' t,: i -- 'Oi ii t1 b
: \ r'i''Y .'.i t '_-',.'a ..!'-l '-'i: ;" ."i riu I ta t 1 ,m.." 1 .. ia
i, ... 1 : .- i i -:- C .
'1 1 .. ; ..' ,!. :' i .I ; ; -"*
:; -.'i-tia ;." '' "' .t i t

an-. ai-: 0. l, 11 'i t .' '. '. a : L .
"A ...-. boy t', ,.' plate ij not, r .il uiit-.1. a1 ftor' .-.i r
ev,-r hl.anging miiiii'ry and nitvy el.:ute.-ut, and ior


?- 8' r!"9. i.': '* -6 *' V p"' 1' i'1!":. 'nain -
!., -ing: .!; T O-. M i'i \ .' e...i,I" li, -,-: ; l -
tr'-, 4" 0 .' 1 r''. Q. ", ':o p.".
TlHiJ_: fCA r' tL'I '-.
.A C' i ii i -.-i. _,.,- ..... .* v,[ !. e f*!. .usiag -i;cu-
t(-1 n,, iz ':
T. C. (_'Learv, D :--'. 0.. Pr-il,
Fdl. S 1:.-11 Cl ipp, Stnafl f'tuonani -r, u -. N.
C. 11. Bitt-v, i-l.l' t.D.., Ilu-1lh Olii.:p.,- ,
J.,,h ._. C'rta.m ;:'.u ',2c-,.,v., A. 4 ,.,
a'ini' e.: napp.-i t,:., 1,y li- H honor' thi: A..lin.-_
i v :'i,:,)uor a .at' u'ro inrian'i .r -i ] e n ('li l ',.1 '. .'. ,.'r-
d''"i, R. E., f,-' thoi puti'.:a-'e ot n.lvi.in. thle oloni'll
(Gov.'rument '..u th.e :lmi.-.- t ct Ih lpr.po-i.,-'l r-r, avv-
al of the T;p Car:a'n; ,., ni'.'v iing -a'aromi,.! in
the iarlot''.ur ci "4. e:. rj.I-.." ---p:t > i. .1 In mcp ',_t
to His H-onror t7i:. Actihn'' -ov''.jrIr whi. i1 h.-; been
LiMi 1 '.-?fopoe t .. Hi :.V- sei? f A-;-.:-rll.v r.i]. is in sit)-
stance as f.'llo'vs.
Thi.o Caommsiss.ioi met ina St, ci -menc-;-'.; on the CthQ
and tith instant, visited tlhe v.i'.-Wl a.n'd took sound.
ings of tlhe hold, Capta!u 0. Otuterblri.lge, the pre-
senut owner of th, v:.ssel and Ciptlini Myers. a Iia:-,-
ter marincr btig present, givin' intformaati'n ias
to the p".'-.-:. e .ni:iiti,-n of thic hull. ra , asK to tlo
former attm:n-uS to e-is.. lthn vessel
''he ('m nn:'-..ic-i i; Aof opiuio in that tihe pre -~nce.'
of the Car-v.'..u Z, roiud,:,!l itn the lnc-rlrii of St.
0(, orgr%, with a cargIc, of inli .1i- cn, ,..m6caying with-
in the hull, is a so!:e of danuerito 'thre health of
those residing in the town anu' its nv.-ii:hLborlhood.
It d.-- ms the prenrmoval the ve.-. i 1, n '.t'lo''" mno.St
de.,ira:ble rand that it coitld very pr.'.h-.ily b: "ac-com-n
pli.-.1.d without. risk t.M lenalth. If. itowever this
l:prject. cannot be earrii-md out, iand the Altrniative?
of IMlowiug heri up wre r-corteiid to at thic, the ve-ry
liotte-: p:io:d of the ear. the prol,,e .h would
mo-,t p obably bl attteud-d with hurt ful c:onsequnc-s
10 n ...a itary point of view.
From thea su.nlins>u; taken it is e-virntI tliat a
(ounsi:k ralAe p'-a.rti.,'u of the r'a-:'I J o s.t!ll remain':? on
Toalr 1, anid., f'-.:cni rle sp1..:-iin,.:- that atuna-- to thei
sRiri'ace it mnW.I': 1. :oa l -"! that thire .graitu ill a
ste of d:liintegf:'-. li.Otn .anl r, l erl t.. the co.a lit'ou
of foul pulp.
'ere tlai.i-sul -tance' di-pe:.s,:-I, by the f.orcil'le
ir,'akin u"p of the vessel if wouldd nuot float at tlie
sinrf;aru but reLaaiu in 7-u-peni.-.on i'-.' ti lti&!, a'_ll
fiu:ally Settti- at. the bottc.m--l.ter_'- beini.g Lut little.
lidi.dl force in th. waters f.'r'mind' tih- bay of St.
Geore's Ioe.-ry out to: .-cv. tiie r a -i'n. T!,ii
I'ccmult, l;- tl -r.m."n.- ionu c'Oln i-'err., w.,nld A.lbt in-
crea'.-.' thi: ar.-.a i'he iu:n i; .-i hOw ext..i..i;': aid
WhihM aroilld only i)-, abated hi' a'it-d.i g0' up 11. '. d.--
po.it, n .,i ,.ii.-po'sii.: it at a : li.ne m',._.',..
I.idll ,' fr all these t 'i', turtm.tt:n,.c"-s, ar ':,, .eotrinj in
mind the period of the Tea'r, with the po--.Kil.ilh y of
mu ountbre.ak of epidemic i:l:..ias' on-r.ntiip at this.
reason, t-he ceonunii-:,'i v,:. mif opli.i.mi tl.at tic"' ve.:,el
shoaild either be ra:ncio',d ii i -.-t, ,,r 1:. leit t .;:'i.-".
turbed till the- winter' st.Is in.
ThIme C'orimi.:.i.n rq iv-r. it n,- thc':-i'o ilhi.'n tlict. ti,
('a ;c / :!,, ., Z,_, ruldil be :c: bo'. o. l y 1i.t.' t.i,' i:. a n.ai ,,.at
thi. ncotld h'e -:afely ftfe.-.tcA 'vy maki.:e use of th-s
t'..") wo .:.- .Uills n'ow lyi': in thie ]thar.'oi :f '4.
h ,'e..:_e. T l,:ey suiy".',:;-t that t ia:,':. I .' ;,u 'it ,i r
that purpose', and that y lla'.ingr '. r ini si'h a
pa-istion outLt.-lil the hblA.,nour "a '.w'i!l l .'9nit i.f :" '
being ,:'l:are:.f of her' cr tent.-' ';ithii'ut d,.,ier' t-i
the community, :'1.-:- vessel !ia7 1.0o purlI. 01m .
raado available fo.' future tifci;.

DR.. IC'TINGER'i; LECTURE,
V'e cannot cshai at.c i..-. etha,- Lec tur- a' lh, r...l:ty
la.t, til fli Mc:.l'ani.-:-' H:all, IH al itou, (,oa til.
great Malay Hurian Family-), ras a sucee&.,. At
th<: out:-et the Dr. anuaourt-.cl !im..,ilf r ,. a ; nou-
professiounrl on the LUc.trin-:e m:ul, an, o'raavedil tlat
in.ulgg..-nuee d,? to iiin froiMi the EugIhi-A, '1in ug on.;
c.f several acquiredt-.T hanu';i:g.-.. The Dr. due.-' lim-
slf a luguL injutie.o iu nor eoiuniino'-r' tIh.- ':1uiiject
uirtter of hi le'.-t:.ae to wiitinig'. .H.' would Lu-.
have compactt: a laini-' of w.:l tarr'-.ng'.-d ri.tier.
which his natural power.: of .:'eliver'y ':oull. dio fill
justice to, which his audience w'?nld Le- al.le easilyy
to follow, anud to cormprl'eenml with pleasur'I. Tbo
l:.eeuliar idioLuas and expres.,iins whi.- hlie u.,ed cx-
ttUpprre ma.le it s.d-intpwiat difti'iult. to Iod! tihe' con-
tiinnU y of t.is .ary.'n'e t, an'. but. fr Li.;: o,..n-ii:.ual
vivacity ofi manner, cihara'tlri-.ii,: of Fori''uner',
the patient ,:f hi.: nit],Lnu.e'.' v'ould I n.+ l..'nu umoie
fully put to the tcst. TL.e attendance though not,
large-ti.e h:,ll was a little more th-.u half fuill-
was sde.rkt and pitpaial to give tlhI, Dr. a fill! nuil
fai' hearinilg A portion of the Bat, ofti tlle 'ith
R-i Wimeut was iu .utten.dan.:- niad .. aliveu. -1. T]l-
opeui'n,. and the intervals Letwe'ni the ilMivery -,f
th.e Lectie. The Dr'., ou 1 Pi:uo-ii;f'tc. ', gmv,' a
.-s.all -ekletikn of the liasic: ctominI:n in the H.arc'iis
oi' thle Egyptian Pashlas, many of whlieh he had
pi'oe.si.tnondally v'iaitd during his -eia.1 .nee in Eg'ypt.
-Here again thi' Dr. apologized for hi-* ruot being, a
ptofest-ional pi.ri-t. Tthe sele,'-tio.1-i :iren was di iS-
appauintinu iu its l:revity. E'fen,-itg to Afri'ea as -i.
country of sui]reme mometet at the present hour',
and w-hat field itl opccned up f-:' tiLe solviupng of
many of theo great pr:,..Mi:hnM: of civilizatiou, l-a.kfly
a.lluing tu the In.ge marks vhi,:ih A. lent Egypt
has Itft ou tlie vorl's li.itorie apg, lio ob:.ved
that the east linre of the Aft'i.a-a Ctontiucun was tie
homo of the : Malay, WV'hi-.iee they, in their ndrven-
ture, spread over p!narts of .A.ia aind the Island of
teo Indian and P.acific Oe.'iu .L.ioC1,:.strating how
thie vatii.ty of cimnates had lo-aily qiialifie-d anud
distin'i)ah- .-d ti,.' ra,:e. Tlie Dr. Li"efly relateil
his e>::p.!i n.ue:i !nri'-nng the C.runibal'. <'f Fam'ti,.,.a,
ar_,. con.-ider. d that tie d.-ire to torture .na:l de-
rour human flesh .still existed-, amd va- only iir-
..traiued. by the political aud mor:ai infiuence of ci-
vilized state.'. The great volca .ic n group in the
I..laud of i!aw~aii was notice'l, Mac-im. L:to, I '),0t00


and tlhey had been fighting and marching without
iood or watr twonty-folr hourLs.
A dispatch frnm Bomb ly to the Tiaw-. say.i
I*Rf~mf'eni.nk r.a.' now being f-.iwartrted A
ner.' Hrigade formed in Beu'al, which eon:i-t o a
ri,'imet, (If Brhitih infantry and two regiments
of natives, has- been sent from Bombay to southern
Afghanisat-n."
Thoe British troaophbip Oroutes has lelt Portsmouth
f,:'r Ii:a di h i o thousanii men.
Tha Bombay (c-!r,'eqpondent of the .',andard teie-
.pis as oloTrw,: Tlie rc-irei:-at c the Brit
?'ro. fr tw., Cnt.abu. vwill lle w thi' dep-arture ofe Ghu.
,Il R'1Io,' r.iti h sit comn:Ui.and .',r Caudraher. I is
1)At ciinsid<'!d expe.lieit tc:. prilchug the occupiat:.iu
iu 'lie lfre f [lie heavy exieiidit.itre ind tb' po:i-
hility .fI resh e'* iplit'tioi.i- "
S"O fifty-ltiree officers i-fC 4enerul Bu'i-rov c's
force tv 'enUtyv-oite ere kild -ir are missiug, t'hr.
were v.wiiuided ar- d e.aped, and twelve haverrrived
.:t ('ti ',:.!-: r unhur- t This6leav:. twe!l'e luun. c't l t-
'd for, andi it may ithei.'i"ore be piesumr'ed that
though noninalhy attached to (fen-'ral Burronv's
bri.{ade rhi,:y did not aceonmpriny him."
A CSabutl dispath to the Timne" ,': i" wpenral
Robepi '- iorce -.r C'andahar v'il! t:r.t on Sunday
ne:?t. It inlhud-d thre:- British infaitury regiments
ani one of cCavalry."
SIMLA., Aug. lII.-The lai:ilt adl'vic', from Kanda-
blr staTe tht he rn.so Lias hadl otle sueceesaul
, l'O .I-". V;1" -t'! trib: -; ii.- t:1 th ,ei;.', :i ,
' At .a n '! 'a : :.'.' n'!. .. Ix -
tr r I1 a' 0 I.*l I -
S'i'l :', .' '- .s.,t'let .' v ,iil '..i .' L'., w b'. 'e at y

". .ON, A I"-. 1--A i' tc a 'ot l Qiut ett:'l sr'-s

vi!' 'hi do' i r a '- t af p' tt.*, -


,. "- 'ii '. Lt l' rep t d l0.i: i,.v.:
.'t.Lj. -d ( .' s lth''1 i' a l -' ig in 'hil t i' ,eet on."
LONDON, Aug. 12-A Tilnt dispatch, datd tromi
I -. A IA 1. L- '. i,.- ..


I. 0 T.
j ITHE r R:-r Wo:!TRY Gr.A..u LOnor :F 'ri-
WorLOD.
Si'r:vi:NCE Lo.L, N.o. 3," e.sta.lished, in Ire-
lad A.i s!n. ]Ermu'.la, on 2lth Mray. )0. l'-id it.
qui;tL't.-ily r, :etiu-: iu ithe Lodc Pioii, Mlaria I-lill,
un Friday, the Clii iu.':tnnt
Frrmn the riurt of MI:. Bo.,:, (thiuj lt? Sre-
t:uIy,) w' take te' fi.llhwingc extracts"-
K Thii-, Instituti.:,u is inu rnost flouti'hing anud ou-
,..: ra'r iiU' :o diti"!, in f:-t.t fuin* o 'ne of tlhe weak-
S.st it i.- ri :'.n -.. .e tLe -trou'g-st (-cod Ti'eiphir
Lo.dge it "'.r-,iui< thon'-i mniany li.ve _t[eln tie
.i Cu, ra/c-rILL t- .i .l tial. in tiln.es past, t.:_,e r" ;-
". i, il..:.1 nt su.'c ,.', flly repays fir all.
',ui::h cC')l', I cE said of its widespreadil iun ienue.
auy bright star.-. of Go-l Temnlary [There tle, in
i!1 1.,ar'.- ot t.e ,'W-orld who b'gaa thl:ir carenerr of
ToI,'rper'ancr: in evidencece Lodige No. 3, .ad who
are this day tc'tifyiung to the .:ood resulLs of its
laLou:-..
Never v':,- ti: i, grand r,1 earue:.t and valiant .upport. as it i-3 nu)w; when we
Kick',: arr...nad u 'asA .o wih .1 a < .'rsc 'rum and ita
.dttefnda:-. ". :.'., has wr.: '_4ht in our mi..-.t-we
ar oci :Ill1nd woidL,'r l-w in 'i coulil fail l :, low
-biut eo we ,:-ound,.mun, tlt: u liemoiiber that tl'e
liquor fiend za v.:-ry powe:rf'l in Pernuda, -nd that
wi;f:n once that uusatisfi:e. a appetite for alcohol
take-s .i,. cn a man itf hands i-rc.-.aes very heavy-
an,!, ti:. hard, very hard, t.:. 'Iieak tlhe y-k'ke tl:rat
linds the: strong. man down, robs hii of his intel-
lec un] facilities and loeaes; him in a semi-crn,.'y
:-;atAe to work o-t .in existence in a cruel usurious
world: to swLh let us give a helpiug hand and
CGOD ill bls's u.4 with a (miiti'ifnc of the pio.-
'ier i y c nn.wv enjoy.
T h.e folloTwing Of,3 en; .r.. duly' iuatallI for the
n'.iung quarter:--Brothel Win. Thc'. Bore, T.
C.T., Broth,-rs A. Menudc-. P. I.C.'T., Tocze, TV,
1' '"., (CinEiang a i, U'.L8., Dicl,,.,k, 1.F.1-. Drew,
iF. 7.. Se'mu'u, W.C. ..2-.ikI, T .11.. Lauyon, T'.
7.f., Mlck-i'e, '..., .'rant, W.A.. S.. Duck-
w,..t,, !' .I.,V r-ilton, .! D.., Dc.ughtT, ?r.L.
. 7. Ta the ,..ud., c F "F.IT: nc, H r AM W CnArrvY."

La tc ri'ft .tI U i'eIoI d ^.Iatle f alStl
Eurocpe,
Th' .'LIl St.ier MuJriel. (apt. Giihil, arr'vcd at
he: i'. ,v in l::i town early yestoiday miioinin2.
:.'hl le:t N .;; 'oIrl: at hiii usu-Il hloie on '.itusdaty

S :,,, ; in ileaL.tl to Capr, (iilfu, Mr. PI.ser 'u-.
P.ol t. ii:. j iiiurnc, Chief ~.tewar'-. andi .i. H1 C.
:jlhit ,iiti .rl n, pa'-:.,.lt:.r, for I11-3 iof New Yuor p:i',.'s
< a h i ,ii !r.st

A SWE.TPIN. P.i'ESENT:E-NT.
?The I',.'i1 S'trte.. Granl Jugr; ciite' innt Ju.ge
lAntchifrrid's Co t, Nw'Iv Y :, o. Tu l;,lay the l'tlh
a'ant, vi%, a pre'enfi tion o! ti. Sc :-,'.a h.l::ia is-
.. r, Vl hich ha'.! been .iiinde conisrleration fr al,..ut
:r-e r-. k It cont.,incAd swee ing (e iur'gvI, lv he
tihi Jiurv-- Nc_4li'.e-ijt liinipection i f Stearil Boilers
--4 iuea,.''rIy ;..,lis with !ai orw'it E,"~ineCr., re'k-
.:C- t"ihI' il'1 ir:t.,:!p.'tonf "hl, cn'.iril'v cr'.ws--?',-
Ilt :.P 111 1ip -o.i, d,"

( ,oni luiir': A "viih a in,1,eti nt of Man-liaugh .r
a .-in-t tin ,iiei Statc; i tl,ecto., tlie Own -.-'? of
the 3, ::' ih...!.:, Cap :ain nth a.'l il hi nd.

'. e .ri.- r'uih plas.'dl to )n tice t.:t I.dd-'tor.e'w s
..a1.- of i, aith v.'na o la -ri'able ,1n fiae -it h hat lais
,ie 'l.;..,I at:- nlant ditl not ', 'im it nce.. :ary to i-.-ue
:.n, th.l: *rnal .ik,.iLn. I'a'or;a le .-'. aprc con-
;hin'.: iui to :rtt.l t date. i thl.re is n. relap-)' the'
t..,- I 1, 1. i" that M r Uln,..toin "ill be well
.a:, 1i to "- p s i-. thl I Hou.se? t ')"[. mona i,.-fore
'!s [...r :,t .iini, tl.'i ilgh is !f.i nil.. will urge hin to
iav'e: i'wvn, an3 .on tiz it i 9:de foLr him to aavel, to
.- ; re-i.
.".ccoiding to lpreje-'.t ca!ul.atl;o s P.r liamnent ill
dip" on t1 c 't27ti or2th in4r.
ito the.l ih'ose (:. lrJds o:' the 2r>I ilist., tl Comn-
pin- action. f,:'r d.isu r .-nence in Ir..1la d Bi" w. rject-
lv u v'I ol _'? to .,l.
Lo r Carlnai, in a .tudilously calm ;pech, it is3
ail to I iece- imarklin.' that .vliile it w> in I tnded to
!.ierAht the tenan it would leave him in a worse po-
,ition than before,"
Lord Beaconfiteld, in opposhig the bill, intadea vio-
e:nt Lttack on the Radican. Aniong the Liberals.
;ihl"'? v'.i. it! I -'a!.ii (.-'< ie OG 'erlnionl Vt-re \i'i toount i
'.hIerb'lii !: ( M -. r .Ic at LoE vec.), Lord Stratllii-Jen Tlhe
Lrii of C',.n.per'l:,;.'n, and C.-.t or 7i) ot!:"'rs. Tihe .i-
:onit'y re -I : ;:cl':iv.:-:" v' Libec'ils.

THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN.
LONDON, August 4.-The T'ines this mornuig
cavy: There is nose in diguisng the fact that tboe
disaster to Gen. Burrows's force was a very lament-
able aflfair. Istly, Gen. Burrow. was guilty of an
horror ot judgmt.t--eonsiid'-'ing the weakness of his
f'rce--in nlatirituiu:; his detensi-ve poRtion. 2ndlyv
he appe,., to ha've accepted batt'e in parallel oder,
,nd not to have attempted aoy imanuvering. Third-,
lv. it is evident the Bombay Sepoys were of such
interior physique that Ibhey could not staud upto the
talwart Ghavzis who bore down on them sword in
hand. Giving way to sudden pauie they mobbed"
the vg 'rnm 66th regiment. aud caused almost the
totalii'hiilati'u of that fine corps. The enavairy
do uot -.eemJ to have co-opei ated with muheb effect.
The sutTi:riugs: of the troops in their uuinterrnpted
flight of torty miles must have been terrible. for the
ureenut season is the hottest time ot the year therf,


.Mr. p:irl..'.l waf defea.icd in the Liverpool election
for :ni'iber ,ia Paitl'aniunt, receiving 19,118 votes to
21,i11. v.,r the C'onmorvative candidate. Mr. Pliiimsoll
attrbutes his defeat to the Homo Rulers.
Over 10a6f soldiers are to bo sent to Ireland.

THE BURDETT-COUITS-BARTLETT MAR.
RIAGE-OBSTACLES OF AGE AND FOR.
TUNE BRUSHED ASIDE.
LONDON. A'g.u-t 3.-The ll"%r'd this evening
says: A marriage ham baen arrdn;,ed betwveeu the
Baroness Burdett-Coutts and Mr. Ashmead Bartlett,
who has 3sated as her secietary and almionor for
so8ic tire .t, s ft. 'ThA rev 't statemnit to the same
effect. which wai. coitradicted, wvss made by the
iut-anded bridegrom,. The g..ntlemuan in question,
ie a brother of Mr. Ellis Abhm,.-ad B.irtlett, member
of1 Prliamenut. B,- bec..uning Mr. Bartlett's wife
the B ,rcness will a very large portion of her income
-to tl.' extent, It i, said, o' over, 100,000 yearly.
This it in accordance with thp will of Harriet Mel-
l1.i, 1uches o! S.r. Albaus, who bequeathed her vast
prope,'ty to Miss Angela, now Baroness Buidett
Cio'tt providing that it ,bhe married an alien, or na-
tu;.lizei elsubject her interest in the Cimu.ta, Bank
and other p i) erties shabei eaee. Mr. Bartiett ia an
Aiier can), w. woas ar rnam 'z-'i a hcirt time since.
It, i ass .. -. tr ,.,." rc m..:on.. rr t-L.eL an;Siiin t th marri-
age i:r'O:C"ii't irowt h tl' bes:t .rieuds oi the Baroun
eN. ., ).' h-,_.!i .-e h- iubest q-trrteri, tailed i to ia e
in'', '". t nd ae :, rna.gi':, wi!l shortly fakh place.
b ,-. i...-'1 ;.' '- X'-iX'v e;x -whii' 1 Mr. BAitflett
haits !11 y, 't ".--nm ',c -l h.s t vea'.y.i-ulb y"n'.

I.PtlOLnstl l1R I ATL ',tL.-I-ar.-0OA.PFOV-"',
Aias. c.-A >"..:" -; 's-v; tii b''it 'nesit;-g
.i, l -. e e i i t r.: ,, x .2 ;i' o .j regr '
It, -: ,-th, re"--Lll otn ;I: B;ia'te -- o-. F e' a d of the
crn-..ihton t.hat iis policy iF 'he -orrect one. A
cop., of the resilttious adopted have been forwarded
..' "il l'. '; t a '-orArr.rv nf Stlate for the Colo-


tn-d.vY in adailrable order Perfect tranquility pre-
hrai!. There is no sigu of disorder in any district, of
Northern Afehanistsa The news from Gen.
Robert.; i "- 'r(orab'e. The country is quiet, and th.
people frienriji. The Ameer camei to Kabul to-
day to visit -ii. Stewart and Mr. GrAffia, when a
veiy saihfTactory interview was held. The Aweer
tav,:,rshly im)prpesitd all the English officers. He ex-
pre's., biAs cra'itude to the British."

Iri. Aj.l';i,'t-c --f-.Rrdero, Otre,..- li:'ne RN!e Mun;-

l o::P.N, Aug tt.---A f, at ii O.ui(ti;.i aiv perrpetra.
tcd la:t n;ghl ii-.r 'w lio--. i 'land. Mr. Thoris
Bo yd. C'mrowni S.'icit!or bor coutitry Tipprrarv, and his
two -onM were fired n, ly a pariy of a'sas'is aried
it '.' un and ihnyonet:. nn' id wearing man.:-. I'.
Boy-1 wa' .c.ver,:-lv .o','n !,.'! in [he 'iri i, an:i is said to
be divin-. One of inis soni wanshoc through the !unis
and theIre ari no ihoies for ihi. recovery, while tho
otlicr son received a : light wouni in tlie' k.
The Dublin correspondi:'-rt of thelt Ti,,,es l\.3 "Thie
count; \' 'a.s aevcr h,?,'n iore tranquil than now. The
dane'- tron', ci ,anri:..-.dl' bands o! a'it[ator's a-id Feninirs
i i,)o greater than it w.as in fnrn'rir ya.r-, "
Th,: /.Ti'a. in an elitoi ial arti' le, says: Tihere will
ito no popul:.r rihsinr. wn''r. ier,: c'r taeroopsJ ready to
s.tpprcl'e' it.'
There wa', a crard demonstration of IHonme Ruiles
at Liverpool ei ntii'.,lay' to nieet Air. Pa.irnell who did
not atte.nd. .,fr. (luiilniisi (lonie Rule.), nionilicer of
Paruinment for Roscocmnn, presided. 110o anl oth(r
spe: kers att:h,?1cAl tlit llor:se of Lordis for rejectring tle
CornpeLc.:tion bi!!.
Lo:'nox,Aug. 9'.--The'! tragedy at New JRoss was in
agrarian outrage.
PoiT'Moirtr1, Anug. ,.-Five hundred officers and
Ti.eni of the Roya Marines left here to-day for Ireland,
LowDnoN, Aug. 10.-Eleven persons have been ar-
restted in connection with the outrage on Mr. Thormias
Boyl' .:iM'l hi two s.-in rear N:.w Ros-; Sunday right,
inclr'din'g thiee ev;ited tenant:', two strangers -nl. a
woman who was .-e,-n giving a .sim to the rsaissins by
waving :a la.h!tkc'i! ie from a ditch.

GRZAT ALARM IN IRELAND.
The Boyd olfifae--Rimnor.' of secret Drilling and
Feniot Agilalion.
LONDON, Aug. 11.-Another person has been ar-
re.-'ted iu connection with the outrage on Mr. Boyd
and his sons near New-Ross on Sunday night last.
LONDON, Aug. 12.-Great alarm and agitation
are siid to prevail in the vicinity of New-Ross on
ac.mount of the mystery and evidences of organisa-
triPo surrounding the Boyd outrage. The disguises
of the perpAtrators 'ere so perfect that identifica-
tion) iS: untlikely. Marked attention has b.-e:i drawn
to i'l:e I 't that thb wepon.. abandoned by the maur-
dor"'.r are Eniel I if.3a beating the Government
bri-ad.
In ,-lo1e -Itaite A C.o'mionq, onl Monday. fir Stat-
ford Nirtlie to e 11,d attention to ihe New-Rosa
oiutraze, and wanted that the guns ueed were long
EInfied rifle. widl. bay.:nets. Mr. Faoter, ebief
Secretary fbr li'lAid, -, id the late Government had
ordered the male of -vomne E.ifild' rifle, but the pre-
sent Governmrdent had stopped their sale. The Irish
'ti,,e, i.f Dublin, asks how many such rifles are in
the bands of the people, and urges upon the magis-
trates the necessity of inquiring bow they came
into their potsessioi. It is rumored that 1.400 En-
field rifl-s have been sent from Dublin te various
parts of the country within the last few months.
Ti.e Cork "'_'t'nIjrh,n .aVs the present state of the
weiterit part of Limeriok iL; very disturbed, illegal
drilling is exten-ivly eartie'1 on, and Fenianism is
agn;n bheiirinni;, to feel its way. A Iaree number of
weell-known Foaia emissaries: are working up the
movement a nd cxciiing the peasantry t, rebellion.
Trdh says private letters from the west of Ire-
land depict th)e ,uiiidittoii of that pIrt of the country
in gloomy colors; speak of the large quantities of
arms smuggi'.d into the cabins 'of the small tenants;
of secret drilling on the bill-side.i; of the apparition
of taystferioua strangers from i rAierica, and of the
latt- miracle iat Knock, when the Virgin and St.
Patrick appeared to the peasaotry and told them to
pay no rents.
Mri. Lewen, Justice of the Peace, writes the to
newl-iaperprs denying the statement published yester-
day that he bad been fired upon in the neighborhood
of Tuam.
DUBLIN, Aug. 1I.-Th, Maiquin of Waterford
has received a letter, warning him against attending
the Royal Agricultural Society's show, saying that
if ht did he would nhe shbt; but'tbe Marquis attended
tho show, rotlwith'itandiug. He voted against the
C.'mpensatio'n baill.

LON.oN, tua. 10.-The weatlier throughout the
Un .ed Kin.dom is exceedingly line and favorable
for the harvest.
The French Republicains have gained 300 seats in
thie .late elections.
Captain C arteri- nd Mr. Cadenitead o! the Royal Bel-
gi.au Ex:ploting Ex:pe;dition, have been murdered in
(gntralI Africa.
A Mechanic, aa'pd 26 years, condemned to lfour
'ea,"s imprisormnnmontat t Cusano, Italy, starved limnelf
to death in thirty days.
Tlie correspondent of thie Ta.gblalt at Scutari says
the Albanian League constructed a mine under the
Greek Consulate at Prisrend which wa. blown up.
Sir Hercule.s iobinsion, pre,'.nt Governor ot New
Zeal:tl, succeeds Sir Bartle Frore as Governorol tlihe
Caipe' uf Good Hope.
The Fronehi Governmnient has renewed for three
years thi: cnfcl.oe ioti for a tunnel beneath thie Chan-
nel to Enigland.








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


S.iM'.%A N V I,.; ,A i il.r. i-'-"I'i,. D;'1,i"-'' 0).--
The Stltniird sa\ Hiiu M'i je,-y'.- Ship Da,, -hull' il,
two rb-lo-Wuu Sa mnan' vi!:in"o,. and the nlti- .-- -1 t -'ar.
Cened to !, i.saicr'- ill th.' white inhai)itants, ibutS h Cr
tel..-'rar. li as iccn It.eriv'ed at it the F'orein Ofl ccs at.
in,_,o that Ith., robil-, hiae 'i t'r, ailere d to the proper atu-
horlt it, 'sInd qniet ha. beie '*.-'tooed.
TI;E W.\P IN SOUTil A VEIU-'A,
A ('iliahp Trau'.pot! B1,, ,,'ain t..--It) jJ,;z'IPir;...s --
O,/di To.' Odi'r.:rs Sa.eI.
NIW \'-l,;, A,.. :L.--ThI. (CLiin tra, i,,irt"r I.c i
wvah wIlw III in tlee itv-bor o i.'t.lkl by i 'Vusrn
torlc.odro beiat', r( .t)e ( i ,IV a 'Cnu an o ner c I lo he
r: .l July.
The bo wvas alt ot lVo e. lt 3t-.) pcir,n:, f dl -
na kiite in a fiei; l),uttlto n,, on ',ll .li \wa placed c i.'.ii-
erable Fruit, &c., al ti ,mi -r,.ed tI at niY ad.hilion:d.
weight would explode the dp !.;ar ito, Thhe Loa'ts ev
discovered it, towd rtie b.at tl.nmde, an,'o ,tlc (.'lplo-
sion occurred.
The Lor.nwas rdmot liifti, oat of thle watCei tlian
tuntk in a eiw NilUhut,' EvrVv liouse iln Cdl,'?o wi.3
s lhak n to its f ,und itin.ais, ini, n .rie l: i ip. in tioe i;r-
bor shook aw if Iro, i an earthr'.iiake.
AlIoUt 150 nmen ir'i-hIild. 1ortly were lri.':Cl l)ip
bn' boals in the water, lut m:itVny ot lhem will diot.
The second coianandor wv. :wouilhl'?d. 'l'Tiio irgc-ou
and oi, eniiIlec-r wor, tho on11V oricer4 saved.
The condltii-'n of tii'i s in Lina is thilv bteoming
wor'e. (iOne decree follow ; the othi-r in rrqaiid :ic(eos-
sion, and !lhe- purpose of niero than niire-teitths of
these appears to be to divert the attention of the. peo-
ple from tho netual condition of affairs. In the mean-
time the Chileans are recruiting actively, and lby the
1st of Octobor expect to begin the sege of Lima. ByV
that time the foreign clement renmaining will be gr.at-
ly reduced, and but fci.j;it at. spectators of the final
struggle.
Tho United St:teo steamers Ala.ka and Adanm, Brit-
i-h steamers Theti.s and. Pekt:uin, Ita.lian st .arnrs
Garibaldi and trehilel. i, andl Freui :-li' -t.aTnc r Di)ccre.,
were in thir harbor ot (Callao July 0.

Dr. Tanner hIs accomplished his forty days fa.st.-
water being hi only sustaiiir.g po-vor.-In returning
to his usual food, on oue0 day be had gained 4.1
pounds and 4 pounds moro in the next 6 hours.
The imports at Montreal f,.r the year ending June
30, 1880. were $37,103.80,9, agaitit $ ,2'6,223,..0 for
1879. The customs dut vreceivedin 1880. was 1',-
200,000 iniexeisS of the previous year

GIGANTIC JUPITER.
Do you ever look upward, good leader, at the
starry beavens rat night to view the constellations.
and observe the stars ? Well, r+xt tii-e look out
for Jupiter. It i,% now a marnilnrl star and rises a
3 a.m. He is now wh-eeling his wny along, in
order to he in ft the coin, pei ihelia of the four
preat. planets, the first opportunity 'i ha. enjryedol
for two thousand years Ifr.r o inar ai qpuro-wh
to tbo other members of th," celestial fauiily. On
September 25(h he will reach thI perihelhon, and
In October will be ri'-arer or little plane than for
many long years. tle will hardly get within bail- I
Ing disiannee however, Lfr when nearest ni hb will .
be 4100,000,000 miles away. Jupiter has not looked
so bright lfor twelve year, alid he will continue
to grow in brilliaticy till October. The sun las
numerous spots on bhi face. Jupter iha a pimplc, ,
red colored, oval shape'l, nWd scoe twenty .hou-
gand miles in diameter. It i4 now beliei'e- this
great planet shbines by a light oL his own, airn is a
sif.ll sun in his way. A.tronomere ae gr.;eing
excited over Jupiter. Thbev hopi to discover the
mystery of that huge pimple, aod some. pseado-.
ecientist affect io believe that we will huve a burn-
ing hot summer, because of our nearuess to this
imighly planer.-(Contribidte,.)

ANTHRACITE COAL PRODUCTION.
January 1st, July 31st, 1.-sO.. 11,71S,7J.J tons.
S" 1S7 .141,11,7 '5 6 t
The Reading Tleci:v'ers .-part at end otf July,
Cash Balance t,e ti 1,2;-S to tit, credit of the r:iil'oai
Comp.'OinY,,pu.-l '2,1 f-er the C-.al.: & Iron Co. c
We undlerstcard that there widl bo two or there. -
raoes on Fridayv next, *20thijnstant, betwCen Src-ra:.
Crews of tho BIermuda Roe.-ing Cluib -:.imiunu'ig
at 5 o'clock in the '.veniiiut


DELAWARE AND HUDSON
Janu. 1, I::SO.
(Gr s- E,.u iiug ........ ,', -3.,,,0,o
Expenses.............. 1,417,402
N et ... .... ..... k 5,'1'2
720,418


RAILWAYS.

June 3,0, 1879.
.. 1,:, .0,6i94
1,1 '.3,2715
<.720,41S


Increase ISSO,.,.,n..... 43,27
------- -
The 00th Band per formance in Victoria Park on


Tuesday last, was not so well patronized ais usual,
probably owing to the Cruising Races of the Royal
ermuda Yacht Club.

9i40 A Supplement of 3 columns
accompanies this issue of the "Gazette." It
contains the proceeding's of the HonorableI
Legislative Council on the 13th instant, and
of the Honorable House of Assembly on t.ho
13th and 15th instant.
BIRTH, at Spanish Point, on Tuesday. 10th inst.,
the WIFE of' Mr. Charlos W. Robertso', of a SON.
........., in Pembroko Parish on Sunday last, ltho
15th inst., the WIFE of Mr. Charles 0. Swan, of a
DAUGHTER.
.........., at Richmond House. Nassau, (Bahamnas), ont
17th July, the irFE of Captain James Simpson, Royal
Engineers, of a SON.
.......... on the 6th instant, at Bridgeport, C.B., thoi
WiFE of Prescott Johnstouo, uof twins, a boy and a girl.
-Halifax. MAlorItin Glronicle', A.ny. 7.

MARRIED, on the llth August. at Trinity C'lurch,
Hanmilton, by the Eovdl. II'. S. Urollingswoi th, S.T.D.,
assii'tld by the Revd. Marl; Jamnes, Rector ot tino Pair
ih, ani the Ro. G. T. lriy, B.A., Chaplain to the
Forces, FREDELIICK WILLIAM -ENEAGE, (tLCiptaint
'oyal Engineers, to ANN LAWRENCE MARlY, eld(-etL
daughter of Colonel E. C. A. Gor'du&n, Actirag (Go'-iver-
nor and Commanding Roy al En-ineer.

DIED, art Glen Cove, Pagts.-, on Friday, 13th Au-
ust, MARY ELIz.ABLTIi, the belorv'l wife :if Jo-ji.lh T.
Carrell, Eqr., aged .-it yerarr.
........, at Belnmont, Warwitk Pariah, on the f)r-a-
nonm otf yesterday, RAL',TON (Cox. youngest ait, of
Johnl D. nlid Anioe ;vaiinwright, aged 1 yt-r.
........., in this Tow'n on l. th i Aug., l I.L, ALM.I
CRES.SY, eldest Son of Sanmuel D. and Elii'a E. D.
Robinson, aged 6 years 2 months ,..nd 13 days.
........., on Hilt July, at Ri,:hmond House, NtSba.aun,
(t3ahimus), of yc-llow fever, JAMES SI MPS,'N, Esqi.
Captain lo)1al Enurineris, atl lI.spector of' Lightl
Ilousies. Lilhamaua, with local r iak t Major, rgod 37.


11 E Undeisii.,eJ v.ii be p!e.s'.' i .,. :n,-
fe w { :.: r J i ,, r i* .. 'i .' ,'. i ,. .. '

in I g e ,- i':. i i-li, tI r.:.L 0,' -t i ._ 111-; f .- (;r .. .'
For furtherr pul'rtctlard p'l at ppIly t
THOSE. BU IGESS.
nn.-..... ai ,ai 17 I'd l0.-I uml tbe


PB Pnu II- Au-TIN Rt P. Y. Club Regatta. New York Jlail Steamer.


U, DiR TIfE 111G SHED,


The 1-t.lh iist., at 12 o 'lock. M.,


30 NE YORK [TIJS
30 N l"'10Dr.is .us-Tili f:-.7 CODFT.11
!0 B31. APPLES 3, 5 Bs:. Vi NEGAR
*2 Pl.. S. F. FLCOUI-
i2 Tiibs Family BTUTTEP-'
4 ,-:f CI;,sts Ol. ,vg TfEA
S1i ". BotId B3EE1:-- -'lts--M 2 1l-,1. Ne.- r .'.,CKEJ-EEL
A Bls. BREAAD
7 Hhds. English POPRT.PR
-1 E13.. Co,.i MEALI
2(0 Tins 1BUTTEiR. .5 lb-. ,i-ni
0I Bik. Gr-..."rv SUK4AI?
10 B.,xes Blid: TO..BACCO, veIy su3 -rii.r, 3's
9 Tins Cr'ara TARTAR. 10 lb. oC'u.L
1 Kerosen,-. STOVE (-oinipl!te)
1 Set Ca:'ri:t2' W IIEEIS, 'complo-'t
1 Pair I)o. WHIFEELS,
1 Pair Cart WHIEEL-S
1 Pair Dra" WHEELS 1 St SPRINGS
1 New Pati-nt. AXLE 1 Goodl DRAY
"t ) o
1 HOPSE, Dog-

Cart & Harness
1 Cart. HAIRNED
1 Case BOOTS and SHOES
1 HORSE ai.ul TRAP
- 1 Yo D u op1.l

10 moinath old.
B. W. WALER & C(U,,

Hamilton, Aug- ut u 1- I .

Notice to Pilots.
'i I'l H L '-T who s t,'' ,'rdl' th ,-,' ,ieho r
E (- ,) .'*1r N," i itt i P tch I'i'.- f.'r tito
Uiadcr-siignei, viil p!'-s-,ts' iuimo r theit Ve.sel ait
('onvifct Boy, St. George'.s,
'FROTT & COX.
I!aumil;on, lgiit;E 10. ISt'i.- 1
',t l i'tto. i.f r '/a/ ('"'c '


o ic1, e.
j1i- UikTt'dnrsin.&Id ri coi:equtncie fa rh Inlge~
ii the 'harlin;,.-r, ..-v been in.!l rnt"it to)
coltie.L all o iutstan!ing dlbtj Pels nqs <,win!
the C('orpoia.in t or i;;lai!tn through I l for
W1hiarilg,: to !-,: Jiuy, i -3..0, anid for Sit el '!'x
for the .season ct' na:t p,,.vt itu I to 18.'0 will
ule se ,-all .zt oie an i t'I s" : 'e' without dte-
Iay.
} JOHN T. YAT 'ES.

ilnmilton, .- ngust 17, 18.0.

Onion Blox Material.

Tile Unersigne] \will receive per
Brigt." Hatrry Stewart,"
Due in all thli week fl'io! Bangr, MaIinw, a
tl >ice and '.ve! s"asone.d lot of

Onion Box Shooks
Wl\ h i will b: t [..:r .i n reai.ainahlcl
;i!-t"fs f.-i l t,.:- i ha,.f.
J.T. DA ViN L & ,LCO.
IHantilton, Ber;i.uda, .\ tugii 1, 180.-2 ] p


FRES.I .GARDEN SEEDS
At T'. J. PPEAIIkIMAN'S,
Including L:rge Red Scolch and several new
\ arieftks of 'Toimato Secds.

ONION SEED
i als btee si.ippe,!a and is ecpoe ild 30th iinst:Ant.
Shelly Iay, I6th Atigiust, I80.- 2

Throat ogh Freio'1 it
FROM ENGLAND
Per Quebec Steamship Company's
Steamers.
4T1,.S rndvertised il t .3s. p.r _trn for wei:\
a Goods and l 3*s. per ton mea:sireaiieii
Goods, free of New \ork Cimarges or Consul's
Fees, shial iincltde lli-tse pe a.nclor' Ilneo as
well as by tho GUnio,'" ai.d National'' lines.
TRIO TT & COX,

ilHamilton, 8ermuda, \ugust 17, 18S0.--'

"Colnliisi twi ice.

W Watlco'ton,
D)EALII, IN



I ATSI, BOOT:, & S'iOES,, &.c., itei d S.,
A ,h.St.
l ainilljni 'lugui, 171h, l-.,t!.-- t

For Sale,
SThe Clicstuut Mare



A I i gitI .\(ji : t S ii .\)F..,.
A n-l A l-ighitSA D JL E


U "zr^ c A .~,-t-


Lv f','oatlivo l

'i .' '
A ". i 'U I l. ..,
to't l^iland.


S i, ._ --. :

'li last ril\,i'' train !t i t iii ,-c ,LtVt:Ivu Eiilii l ic ,
anid Lotlin and ki.own a. t' ivlying .Scot nlii
wa thri.wan Iromi the track utuiavy nucir ierwick-up-
on-tw;ced, tlic engineer nand ba .dikernan killed iand omel
other emrnlo-. s atd i 1 ,ta i -ei'n.-r sliiahtli .' t,


T rT "- .
HE ANNUAL RACE tfor II. II. k The. t.eaie-
IT. tRfl DtUI._E OF E[,lIN: 1 r 1,I1'.-. i IAL- ';.z.,''-- '-.
LEN, E CUP will t"k-o ,iix e(. H
E ( IT -1-N.i. ? j t-.:1 1.. n.
IN T-H RS D.Am ,,.i,

GIN"' 3'11.I1IIJ'JiA Y S ii)''A I lKl at-, !t ol ri .p! p
il..l L-6 't ITJ I0 ).A
To be s.ile necor,.lin to R. B. x '. _l 19.; l I, .,,i [-I N LW VC ."111c


I























j


TO i.e s'-trreii tr L 0 .A.M.
iTherc will be nu additionall R.teo over the
sa.m- course or a Pur:: ., obibly I' or S50,
to be rais.-.d by Tld,'> ri,; ion, and. to 1bd: I,'ivl-
ed in l-,t an' ,2i1,I Pri.e:-t: aid th ;id ; of
a;uouj t. respe t iv ely.
This Lt:u e to b i open to ol -oimers, to bi'
sailed auoirdilng to R. B. Y. C. Rulb.-s, an.1
a' Menlbeor of the Club to be on board .u.h
Bo mt during the I ac.e. No B.oat all.wei.l to:
enter for thif lit' ui.'ss lthe Owin-r or p':.r-
son entering is i1 sul serilbe0r o'f 2'0. tS' the fiunll.
Fla"g of Le,-,Vi,,rd. Stake-bo Wit. will 11. dl.i',t-'l
tOIn iiiinlUits bt'efore tfhlr st"irt in both IRace.s.
A!l Boaits to b:' :-ntere'd with T.'iinag2-' Wi.:l
Flag on or bif'ore TL'huirsd'ly, 2ndai Sept:einb,:r,
at Store of II. t HUNT, E ',r..
Entr:ar.- Fe, for sec:,n il rae-I (.
Subsc-riptiu Lists open t. the It. B. Y.
Club and Store of Ht. R. HtUN, Esqr.
If the da:y shoulM', in the opinion of t ho
Jusilg..s., li' unfit, the R thie following delay, in which case a Red En-
sign will be hoist'..-, a.t the Signal Station,.
Mount Lington,. at 9 A.M.
f. S. HINT.

Autgust: t1;th, l.S.S-0.


hirL(!I ay Even n
Next, the 19th instanrtI
!AT ODD-Pmr.fL W&31' 1-X&LL,





TTIN. -14,

(.l_ C -,RAttl,, TrnvolEr,
W ill d.,'livTi :, EI'mTlIr.E. Eann'f et'r', ta 'it thct
as-.i.cistc i'tt' of a Ban-.

PROGRAMME.
lst--Wh;:t th': Colorcd [lci..:-s have done: andi
w rt.'a th.y do i' the dit'fezr:'jt ,-'on111:tl :ri :of
thie v.orld.
2nl-Th,- C,',lor'd Ra i.es in Afti'.,:t espec'al ,,.
3r',--Afick-a : what. it is, and will lbe to the
Si. a d ],-,pople in some future day.
4th--Th.'uIsands of' Bl.nul:s killed yearly for
mn.:-e t- e'nriity by the Dahomiuy Surlts.m
ini l '.is l'tn t'ctrc ii a to' iaxy'.t."t I,'Ir ci t'' latii
in thl e iite sltii:'.-s of lhi: vic'tiruns.
5,h--Thei- Amriu-at L:adi,,. Arain, n D i.ho-
Un-y. I Io' the AnJazinis p--. i.'..ir
tin- ; wh.t. they do.
(jth-Liberia, e Leone, in W'- A
the Para.lise of the Blacks.
It is to be hop1-., that the LT,-.-ctr'-c will meict
witih that sees. \v,.ich attended his L.cture
rat M',.ca:lnia:.' Hall on TUiLrs lay eveniiin:' lat.
Sri-t'. lt .t lul:lii ;,.,i', 1,r.
iHaiilton, August. 16t.h, ISsO.

(fo erJff'f Onion tSc'd,
Red and Whiile.

'l!j' I" t-Undersizined :has received advice of th o
i thle a i'ip newiof ON ION s.1I), anid it
is expeciod ;o ,'rivo here on ,- Friday, .rd So .-
tealilLber next.
.' This Se-d ihas been very c'.refiilly ,iel 1
e-ctedl, anild \1 i1, no doubt, prove of eKce~CI'n. I
quality,
SW. E. TAL BL T.
iHlamilton, .,u -u l ij7, 1830.


IFor ualeJ,
THE PA RCEL OF LAND AND

T COT FAGE
The-reoi ereclel, situ dte in Pemlbroke Pariah,
atll reseiti occupied biy ,LIr. Johim Cox ; bounded
on the o7i Nort Iby thhe li.i i.o:uid, r!uniini from
the Pari-h Church to Spanish Point ; IJ'est, by
iand'- novw or latei o' oe Ieh-jccea Sarah ,Jonei ;
and Sout!hcaslelty hy a certain I'a I ll. Road
Jealitng to Lthe 'iti.slai clani el'h.
The Cot.tagt is Atsel a ;i3 [ selling llaouze anid
Store.
Theit, Pl'rel .,f Land is triaingullar in form'n, und
uonitcirins iaboutl' t ,ir', porchts.
I Alf tihe liinch :amio ni y nay reiiiimin on
iiortga e.
P 'oqs ssios ii give in llio Is-. 3l)Spthember inte .
S'or further part-ictiulars appliy to
REC. JACKSON,

2itti A- ica, IS-0.-1 I "p

"JA ON
I UF. l!1l) I, Xliias

By / His IIoa,,r C,oIl.ul E. C. 4. '01'-
D1)0N,, .E.. Acting, Ghvenor andl
SCo.nt: n:lir-ini- Chlir, Vice Ad-
miral andi Or.li:ur.i i; aand oir r
Ihtse Ishinds, 4 c., Si'c., >'"
il- ,. AS >','IL 'EtJ.J,fJ. ,S s$MITi
ii ali;. pra'c.d for Ad. rtiiiii.':ratiin on illiac
Esta!e -of \ I- LI -lI\\1 WI.LIAM ,S, lte oft'
S\\arw\ik Il'irikl, n hie.ga. I lands, 'Maiaon, dc-
ce.'se.,.
S i'iai .1- tn ee ir e r i ;;iv,- ntiuce, iliat[ i ata y
P i':ir,' i tr Peirtit li- .!i 'iie-.V i'i, v i t; t Ctail-' V ;!i',
ni.i- s.t;i dt.iti,-ar; : !..,rl .,_i t-'i l iltt he ,g ar.i, d
H ti., ia .- i -- t' i, 'J a J i ,i t; i,.-

,;(.'t' 1-1 \. i'.rl,. i, l, ,h .' *' c, ,".1 ." .'- O d .i .-,. j!
t. ..". i-l i a i iii 1 in 'i. .I' ait .-
ai C II t 11 .-l\.. 1 -a -' tlC -ii id i l -lat r
ti'n :; 'I A-lrain L t..l .[,

(k'-ht iac'l .'c':retary.
liaedl al lie th eca .etay's Othie, (
this 16lth day of' A,i~ ', 131;0. ;0


/


It'..


To leave thence -- r retornr t, heo
26th instant
Freight, P.tr.:el'l at 'i',. ... ,' F, .F, i' il!
be,'rece-ived until 1i p.m., lntlh i;,-iis iil Bi' s
O)f Lading for fiei;'J tL Goods .1-; l !j b, .-. n'ii
IO ..',., I'Jltih instant,
P-ssen-ger S a will be rniovtl :t ;; '30 pii.
Ilith insta:t,,
TROT'I C -',

IIanililtoll. }iertiit d An' i 1 7', I3 .i
Uoloiiist Copy.

T Ca
IN)otie..

EslUiat of Wi!lliamii Jaline- Sl-etd.
Ser'eby g'iv,e Notici.-, th".,At tn -r it ll ii p u-
suiirt: Of ., 11 rii. of Ini,-i iti:n I"- ..
tu Iill- tn'. of the -" E l. -:l t. A.:[t. ofi 7 I," '
.,lquisition will bli. h':.I bily in.t


T'hu. 2 1rl day v'if aO:.: Jai: r, nvow n-xt .*iii.ii,
At eeven o'clock, in thi:' :t''lno'
AT THWi OOU'tT X{WC:P
In tho Towni of TIalniltlon,
To injluir- inito thi :ell._.g,.l or Sl.,p's,:.l E.-.h,:it
to the Crowil of c-rtain It-al EMatiti- in Ha;in-
ilton Parish, lately h1'..l .y WiLL.\M J.\Mr:i
STEED.
Ist.---A COTTAGE an'1 abo-icit 2 .-'.... of
LAND in Hamilton Parish ; 1,bounded on tihe
,.-r/th and ib-4/, by Land of W'illi:-ii H,..-nry'
Wilkinson. ; S. wth d ]"' E. by L-in.l i'\ ,,v
lat'.'ly in th,- lO ss s ,n o)f th, iIt .-i ,-' '- vis,....-
.i LU,;i..'1 Ri-ch 'lar son, d,.i.',:i- .:-d.
2nd.-A COTTAGE and LAND in H;:,:ril-
a:,n Parish, boun,.de.l on thi:, ,'-I,', lN-' Lund
for;,i,.r'1 of ta Jolin J}i'",lt. Ouid .''Wiri,;p' v .) l '- '. A,
by the Churt'h tRoadl .'st, by Lan l 1_,,: of
DownijO g 7'Wilkinson Out'-ibr i'. c an'" i'. ,
liy Land now or late of Willi-.v.a .L,'.- "0;.-
bridlge.
3rd.-A COTTAGE on th.- Fecry lRoa.l in
the Parish of St. G.or-2'; b:.iiu'ndld on lhI
North, by th1- Fer'ry 'rl ; -ni tI' :-'I. th, ,1
Lau.l formerly of Jolm Williia. Gijbs,.t., ,.'-
ceast'ed; on the 7c,Ei/, by Land in 1p .l-s-.iin of
,John Try Boultirne.. an,.l O th.-. If .f, by tihe
Ferry R'oad.
J. 1H. TVIOTT,
July 1, 1Nt-., .Pri. Md- C...
S'- Jiy.. 17 A.u .. I4 S..it. i 0<.t..-- ;;p

Notice.


[ l.r,._d y gi\',-. Noti,.,- tlh'i t unSl' r and in pur-
Stlsuaria oft a W rit *:f fiiinti- ti,-nt liir _f>-'- ld
to ilTW and ot f thi-- '' Eseheat.s A<'. of '7 17,'" 'i .
Irji.'.isition will be hield 1y in


Th: 22n.l tdtay of Oitol,-r. itow in'..x eL a.V t, at
11 o'c-lock, in tilh- for,;- 'ton

In the Townl of Ha"miil")uan,
To iiiljuire into the allh-,g.d or snuprt[' i E+.h..11 h. -it
to thu Crown of a DWELLING IIOU.E andI
LOT in the Town of St. George, lately 'OLV1-
pitd lbv Ruri MASs.%EY, d-c.<.'as:,1l; 11)0iun,:l-
on tlhe it\' r/i, by a. Ptl:dit. Street, calle-! Yo1k
Street. and! by a Lot in th',? ip),.s,-i.:.- ,i ThO s.
S. Mit,:hell formerlyy McILLa bhli'l ,:,n t:,i .
,sou!.',. by Wattr Str,-.i:t ; on th-. /i',!, lay l nd
now or latt. of Willialti Augstuts Forlr- D;i-
venport, and on th. iF ., 1iy: Lani.ls of th,-
L-eirs or de'vi',-,s of Robert Hiisnn Forbl-s
Davntip'ort, and by the: said Lot. '.f Thomacs S.
Miithell, or hoveVt:r the sailt D\Vt llian Io.s-:
and Lot of Lan,: mny bl' l:aoiunadh-l or ou'4ht to
be des..rib-dl ; of which Inqttisition, all P.-r-
'ons _conc:'rnlt:- are hi-ri'i.by required to ta, ke
noti, e a.cordingly. v.
J, H. TRrOTri
Pro. MJAr. Gutl.
July 10, 1"8Is.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 S.-ptr., i OerL.--;i

NOTICE.


I


.n a Q1 i z a ,
h 2 ; rl,. itl ht ,itt ,


a'! "' i. PO 8 ,

and inoviiir h-r nout to .-oa-I a di.-4l:an: o'f at
1.'a-4. two miil.'s frol' t.ho sl;'.re tc a. plr:,?, to _;.'
o,,.,'ovd of by t,'r C"L'ONIA.L Ul'tVEYE I.
P. ''soiisn : ._'d..-riiu will !e r,,q.iir.' to fur-
i.sh th,:'. !n; otf o .-O ul:,- .t tmt' i it1 P.- -t' whi,
i wv.'illit',, to b,.-.,.o,, r, -n lii -' itr thi.: duo p.r-
f,'i, r ia i,.',-. aI tih' C 'r [i'. '.,:,
Th-'a. .-'l.L.NL.\L Si-'rVL-al: d:.-,-. n.i ,i.il hitn-
..lf tI., a.c:,i-pt th,- low .t or a4ia' ,ind.'l.
#''_,/ ,,/1./ ,, t,,"' ,, C( ,',." I ,., : r. ,.t II. ,,i Dt
PTPJTP NESS
.t -1,
-


S _L.,'ot at St. ,ft0i''r tl (t'I.
alli inio11.
rF E DISTRiCrI' COMNIISSARY GENE-

t-it'.r illL; it
p '.-[I l i ii r,,.,.i _klRP.



La-t i viz. :
LETTING N'o. a5. s.iru;t_.-1 at. St. b'-org"'s,
: .t li."' ,t I ,,u s ssi'"l- ,;' f M,[i Wt '. ,J. H --v

LE rTING No. 2:,, Tituat.1 in Pf-rubrok.
Pa:,ish, fu',,n...rly ('a I 'tl'nr.
LET I lNG, No. ";, .[-..i 'I-'., .i N.-rti Sho,,it
-oad in D > v,,nshh ',r Ptiil,, fo:,ii:l;..v o, ..-,_, i,.d
t1.v Mr. E. F. Godinlv.
LETTINGI No. -I.s, .it -a',t. in P.v-nlrok-
Palish, :at pn r.s,'-.nt inl is.- if. >n .t' M il. J. P,,-ra2-.
so. Gra.zin fr Cw' andi' G-. -', 0ot Gla-.is
tif Fort H:1Iiailton, and in tho vi,-inity of North
Sb "we Ra-idl.
IF.,-,',Lis o0f .,.'ila, t a l ,il inl',c1irll:ti] on itai l ,"-
oitI:in''itd On appli.-'.tion ati t-h Co anissaria.
Offl-o, iHmilton, altiiy, b,.-tw.''.-_ tht' hours of
lt c.m. ani. 2 1-,.m.
,IJO N It. RANDALL,
A.C..G.,
Di-.tii':Ct C'a',altnis.sary Gen:r:al,
i .mi ili ,..ip, l.t;th A.g'.u',.l, 1,;sO.- 1



T i!'; t' ilNDt i R.lNi)hi ,\.al al. t, o hIaSio


"ho is fl -y ;",ithlorisel by Ploer of A!t,)-'nuy to
a;i f,_,," hi l dur'i!g !,i. ;!>siinc,.
F. PAINTIN.
flnia' nilt:.i, A.\tigi, 17, iS331).-5

WCest didain Fruit.



\'lL.L RECEIVE.


R uth Branlga 'i. or ib-er ,) E-a(n e. ( 1 riiMa ,If S'. lph" ro,, ..i. .ii a
stial cht eac lot i0i
Sihe-rby give Notice h.hat un-r and in pursu- le lot
anet of a Writ of In'1ni-.ition dinr te d to ^ w
lme anl of the *' Esch,-ats Act of' 1871" n (
Inq iisition wiil be hel-d lay ime C .,
IS t ial)v. Vlt S "ate A'P P
T, d l a Ociil -.'tA. No. II t.IANGOt':3.


The j"nd day of Octob:r now n,.:t Cn-tLnrl..,
at 11 to'cloek, in the fti.:n'-lnl
AtIl the Coe .s -tIVuts ,
In the Town ot Hamilton,
To inquire into the all-ge-d ,1'r .lup,,:,1.;,-d! Es;-
chet, to the Crownit of a iCOT PAGE and Par-
r.-el of Land on St. David's Island: in the Pa-
rish of St. George ; boundied er. th:- N'r,/i. by1
Land in pos,s-ssion of Eliza BranL,'iaan ; .": n the
,allt, by LandI late in the J,.ss',s)ilo of Jalaies
Minors, Pilot, deceased, and by land in the
pos.?.; sion of the lihir.; or devisees of Stphlen
Judrtlkin Biingiraun and thfI":'.:- in -as iriin-: .-ixty-
onie yards ; oni the b i? l.ay a. Pi,-'.; :;. .i RI. aid
tuor,' iL .tU.sig11 v'ardls, on the I'.J, "bv
Lri .ls in the }Io-) s :ion o. f Eli.::r. Brang' iin! .-id-.
of the tlei [ or. l.vi a.. t-'" '.,,;.-llt, : .i'i l:kin
bia ni n..n On' hoI we'vr '."- otifh','.is,.' ti'. oov -
.,, *' it -' L d C o t:..t. a-, w r-"'L l ..' i L i ..v. I a-
;., ,l.: -'d .' :'; t ) b -,.s 'b .. i .,' ',.'!, i.:.
", ,.. i ~-'>'- a 1! r-- ,i'..'. *- i 1: .:-. '.;: i .... :L ,'. 'e'l.,',
ic-U 2.a t '


I.. J. TRO1TT,
fro. Mar,. G'.-.jj
.July 10, 1ssO.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 1-1 Sept.. 19 O,lr.-Sp.


C' it( )A.Nti ni Jelly NUJ I'
Vthich v. ili bLo .sold cheap by MI '. John '1'.
1 it, u dl.:i, I'(,,, "' Slai:h .
H! ENIIY A, SMITH.
l.m I ailton, A tiu-.'t- 17, 18. _i.- 1


UN I,\?Xi L1 Ll 'EII. -,_ IN Till i'(.S" 1 OF-
FIC:E H.1A.I [LON, laI, .\Augin-I, I!'.U.
WL Iii J I', I il'hId'.-i's3 1I Nt. 1.i'i \VJa, Il;.,rt..
il ,i (.' 'll o ., !)t'r J N t i '. ;, J :I. 1 f- u '
r.Illu, .'-xc ( j'1..,,', -II J.- ,.. i, !It i ',], , a. r iu .,h.h
La 'it, a'lt H l'i tl, N lr ; ':,', -Ir. i', .3 I
l-t+ a ar l, ,tniil J ..ni '-..lli.- Jckl.-', n, ".i,-' Lc.v-.s
M r i.,v !tL', .\it'a ,: ,.,'.I, [,r.j ,I. l, l'!. 1; l
M lhL' i, i, A ifrMA i.; I ,n-' M .l r i .1 i \ v I:u-
I.); y .l,: U rn ,'il, '! li, .rz i I' i-i', '' i l "n
, '.i.. .i.' ,* ; O c! V : .,i ''. P ob-
i1i > ; EE l .I '" l .. .. .. .- t, I ? !


C'XC!. -a 2:) ;. ii "'. *. -
V _,'. ,' J.* i. i i ,- ; ".' ; ii,
.in lh'y, W illi t an lindley, l. aJ Phiiiii-n:'.e, 1; i has
\\ : i'h, J A Tl'A y'!or, .'ir.4 ,i,,, 'otil, (
Iavd's. Islo"), Mr. Elzibllth Fr.l',c.', \W Il-iron.


O TT- .'-- tV A 1.r' t i. ,
Board in ,ns, a ,,,,,-Appl
CO


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N1otieC1 to tih
gI.IAic)EI-, or e ti- r'it T E ._-


Ac. t N .,. _I.: 1:-,7(.
i.' I''l I, i rEIE- Y (.frE\T t,- i [,.,r..-
,.-.s o, TIH E ,-j'i Ti' ,. 1)EIJ, N'r I :; E"
,'i..i;... t ) i _. l; "-, .. '. 1 '.'77 :."t nl l. ,'-
virtiu,, of' t_.v .ivinai ,s F'. i; A -t N o. I. 1.7,;,
ft'-r n tih :' 1,s .ii,..l.ti,,,i ]i-.'"t'-f, lt t r ,, y

ON THTUR.TSDAY, the
Sixth 'i:.nth lay of S pt't il,- it' n 'x.:.t,
T1,.1 I;E,',ElVEIli E GENEA.L will 1be rr-.l:trtil to
r.".l..''n tih,. .'-i. D'la,.inturer b' p.".!ying' o'al thi-.
r'in,:i- iil m ,ii:'v :in'l irttr,' st ln.-, tlIt r-i.in, ail'
tit -.li' D,.)'ln ttmn','s I'.',"' th- ti o b 1 i.ar t-., ttLeil
t',l ,'y ,!,' '-ot, :lnl ati- ,c t .i e 1 'c. ii t'-lti n ',f thit
..:li i mointl th a- s-iil D biii,. turi.-s will .e.-,t to
,:.,c irtt. i ,..I fIt.y


i, A f tl, 1 'IV..'



NOTICE TO


fEN-DE I w ill _, t 1iv-,l ;it l!i
J I.OILAL St ; \VEY i:f.'S C 1I1- 'E uitfli
N X i.tll ,I ll











BERMUI. A t, IYA G AZETT1E.

.. .. A.. .. .. ... . .. .. .h f.. .. . .. .


A TINY X 'E'a,-' tlIP,
S3UCE' I.Ur1JL TRIP Of TLIE .'..;TIlf.ACTI'' .. C'3' THE
.V% ,A.NTI ,U. ,
vFrom the NV. a/: T;:c.'', *J, .,
Thile tipy eiten :s ; hi, L.i.i 1-' "' Ib: LUnd i ni
rb'illa, ra the p r' .:,. 'e -i ','.: .-i .n i '- ."

offr S illa ej i' [f.uid -;::, ;-I. [.' ui ,..ll;!,_l E .i .,,' ,,'

a.ter rem ai.' i:e ,h,. ;. ',8r : a z. !
voyage. She h(al b-.:) n z, ..; ? i, : r stea'i, 2'G[-
inag which tieie she d ,tr.u.e ..v, 't 5 mi!'- o ,
her miniature prefldier ra-.iNil ..I." e. ,.u-.
tions. She is tlhe smale:'t '.ras d i';: :i ....
crossed the Atl.nT.ic under ti..am. i.zr di'me,.iGr.
are: Length, 81 feet* herc3 sh,h l:.,32 ., 15, "',' '
depth oa hold, 10 i ee ; ;-:-.: tn .-.ireRnitd 7 )
tons : registered mea4sure'juet. 27 :.' l.it
Perkinus system of eo iniuns ir.s ,.. s .. '!,..,..l :ou-
taining a large number et ,usi- ;,a rizii iih"4;s
welded at the ends, and cor!:acvri t.ed e( n ,ft',
by means of demrdi vrTie'iii icb i. T.,' c-" -;
charged with Iresb-dist olled '.ati.i., and :'. ,-:.
generated at an exsJee'dingi.L te".s-. .. '
being made into Le 'ai l and, Ur. in u :':'. .g. *
water is condensed by a. special ij.oC.:.-, arnd -;:,.;.'
made into steam and is used over a.u over a-.
Not more than 500 gallons of water was used 4r,.i I.:. -
the whole royaog T'e bneh <*r v 'n I -i: .
steam to the square inch, and bhvi, been_ h.2 t :t
2,500 lbs. There are two dc;i-lo "' ,.';* -
acting cylinders. Their resp:): ire ,i.' ,. .
16 and 23 ins., and the pistons bav 'i ._,: .'_
inches. The 8-inch cylinder :: ,irwc ,i ," '; -
ly over the 16-inch cylik;id. ri t.a w., k ai.:.
single piston. In one ,b f LceA yr i '. .-I, .L i.. ,,
Instead of being aIllow d to') -:r..ii .,, ,,??- s,
is saved, and, after being condlentsed >;ri. l .., is
used again ina the shape (f sc-te:. 'i ... *,.'
of the engine is 2'0, i-mini ., n;: '- i:.-
The engine and h5lr.i oa', iNs .-i ,.
22 feet 6 inchb s in ien h. T' i -t ., .. i
very saviog in the ie of f,':.i. -.., ,?, .;'
only burned 28 tPO F 'is ti, ; 2. I.i. ..,lZ'.i a.,
steamer is built, oi if on, i .e .'h oc, i.6-- ::: :
painted wbite. S be ba .barp, r '>.i;is O.:'s,.'
overhanging stern. i hf I c r .r i :.- .'.;;
Jamep, and en rries a. reT" ,o 2 r ;a. :., .-.'
out in bal l'trt, Lult wv .ii )r!)..c d :-.i n '.-: ., :. ,
small cargo. The P iMIn.s t.--.n i l n-r. :,' ,i :-
ly new one. It is said i t a. EL 'i .. i ,
have couSLrarcted l'o: i..: ana.] :- :, -. ,.l J,-I.
principle, although :ifteroI; inr d ,'.


A BONAPAR;'itE AT i.A.
Zuld accounts oaf h,' DecatIh U, ti i ,, ..' :. ;'-,9 -
Figfting like L :,a --- A .-' /'i .- !,:. c,.-.,
LONOcN, July "8.-Eri;vkr di .:.o i S;I- E'v-
W ood who arcooujpii:p i-.1 (i *--E 'a ,:r .-'^ E "'.. ,el
to Zululand, b .s pent to ihe p,,ps -r a ', :-I.: .n' of
the death of the Prince Imi er.;it ceo.!lct, i.:' .ne
independent narrati-e., of .,igi ..- : : K,. Zaii.
who participated in t :h- atit ''.- r, : p n.', i-, a -
ty, and showing that the ar.acking pt. nut .,-
ed forty, twelve oi w om f. iia ..- i, Pr1 il.ece wsi
eight being immAdintely cencvr:md in ti di!.:i,,h.
The Zulus, having nearly s.'urE-tiiid the Pri':,c's
party, fired and rushdi on, them t :s 1itv e..e
mounting. The Priunce nor. havinrs HcCve:'i:, in
mounting, ran alonGide his io:.-, until iT L ir.'ke
away. The Prince followed tle horse i, o tL- deon-
ga, until, being closely prc-se'1 b;y iU- prns,'!,?'a, Le
turned upon them-in the words of the Zuluis--
"like a lion at bay." Being ftrvnci: hy an a.;seg.i
inside the left -houkler hii' Iush' Aie ..r hc neir-':..
opponent who fled. ArnLth',r Zdu ,hl n t'ha .t
the Prince when only tin ,air]ds tf-,.i hir. The
Prince fired his pir toi and it.avi i.; 1opA i i m;
ing toes, until menaced fron1 his ria:t and rea .and
struck by aaoliuer as.',,ai. ih.: rei-ceadic the levi '.'u
where ha had first sto ..i i the d..Jjt;.., ph, e. U.' ,s
surrounded. He seized an -.P.ol.; which ha!i R. ,n
thrown at bim--in s' u,&i-g v i,.1 bi:s tei i it,'
horse his svword had Ialh n irom its s1:..- (C.>,"a-:.J-
tbhus defended lhi'melf against so'.a <,' : ii Z 1I':s-,
who state that they did nrot Ji;.e to u::,.,. .'o hijL,
until he sank exbhauste:d on his brp., '!he a,.'ve
facts were elicited from the Zulus, wtvo '.Tre ex-
amined separately on thie sc:nE ot tin *i:.L.; I:
may be remarked that, thiss is the ~i.ut co.re:t dn-
seription of tbe affair !bat has y.'et bh.a p.ii-he,.1.







pJHIE Uidersign.J ha-. ecir-
Iom Lonior a first. i Ck..-


With moveable figure, t desiM ..-. ,,;. Z.i.u
Rand." sl prepared ia.'te!d, at. e r..,sn-
able rates, Ji.voInild P-Artri.s, C'iS,-r; "it.-N i'z4,
&c.
The Musice is first Cl'i-s anid the ~-m.!o, '!I
movements of tlhe i.;nJ -atr: "o-.st. i: ;.t.il
astonishing.
GEORGE IKL Y.
IHamilton, Juit e 7th,. 18L.


Charles A nderson & "o.,

Commission JM erchants,

II Cullum Stroot, I!. C., I L ..,i.ii.
Consignments of Il.hndl 'roiduce .1:"! i-.0 : i re
for Goods, promptly : !nd al et d'.,i '.o.
June 1, li80.-Gm8


Ice! JIe! Ice!| !


The Subscribers are 'o ow preparee.






I);i iy ( ,irda' a ic'c p-t d %c

'ri'mi thit ir itore in th.' i.aby ''t.t. lt Il r-.
son who .iaivy ,esire, +uiipiy.
T1 O C tl.il 1sLt ei bt i i i *h itilr, ii .'is ei :-' a~. a
will be dielivere-d by t rtiL d.iivy -Iatt al: *..,1 l
0o'-.i kl till iio rn- ci o :;:i;-i. i..'.I! i. 1,iAt .,I,..
The price ia on, peniv0y pe1r i, -land fur pS2 (b.
aind upward.
A penny buii-p-nn',' 'na 'r 12 iii'


Hamilton, Asr.:h- 2-lLh. S 9. ;


One op'e t j y


()O e Sliding .lA-'! Ae (_'A Rl' A,~:. ..-..'
Four.
O ro iouu le (.'. I ".5 '- -C i .t
lin Ematenin Top .. -eat Two.
Tlie above are otln:red at hIvI pIrices Lo maie
ruono for recent auditic,;.
Apply at 'ou'erset. LiveRY S-.ErArs, n-e:P,
South of Naval Cr.icL.-' iroun. '.


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Supplement to the Royal Gazette, August 17, 1880.


BERMIUDA.

rroeCeedi-g- of thel Legilt(ive1 Con (vlil.

I',.'ay, '`1'/ Aagel, ISSO.-Pursuant to adjourn-
mcnt the House met.
Fresent-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The Honcrable A. J. Musson,
W'm. H. Gosling.
James H. Trimingham,
Eugeniu- Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker.
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
.e Hon. V'. II. Gosling presented a Petition
frj. Meiers. ,3. T. Darrell & Co., Managers of the
Hamilton C""l Association, praying for a refund
of duty paid on the Coal imported by that As-
sociation-ftr seasons stated.
The Re.:'-lve for paying the balance due on the
Pillar Le-ft,, Eoxe.s recently imi.ortcd, was read
the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J.T, H. Triingham in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chair.,ai, reported the Resolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report,-and the Rule
as to several readings of Bills and Resolutions on
the same day having been suspended by unanimous
consent-the said Resolve wv.as r.ad ihe third time
and passed, and ordered, to bIe tL.i,! before His Honor
the Acting Governor by the Hon. R. E. Webster,
The Eill entitled .'.n Act to authorise the con-
vevance of c'r,-.ldn Gleb. Lot, itt the Town of Saint
George," was read the second time.
The House went into Cominittee thereon.
The Hon. ,armes Tu.ker in the Chair.
The Committee lose.
The House resumed.
The Chratu an rporte'.l L- Eiii without amend-
Dnent.
The iIC Hc.It : .ted the report.
Adjourned to Tuesday naxtr, the 17th instant, at

E'1" ..- A.

.A1,'u t of" .i, P'o,'vf.:i. of f17.: .Hooraelo
floufi of A,.,Cb1iJ.
rdidn.'., 1,:'.' A; .:.. -S''.- 'The House went in-
to Cotn lii li e '': c,:.-'d':' hL" at'e dirie t.3 prop.,s-
Pd by the LewisativeCcunci tothe Liquor License
Bill.
Mr. MerT'r in the bChir.
The 1st, 2,.I:. and '"rd of the proposed amend-
m erls to t e' : r.IC l' "u"h': i. ,-t, .' i .
'The prop..'d amndmenatt to (he tL Clatuse wvas
agreed to.
T'be pro ,e, amtErjrr.ert to I'- ` laus, was
agreed to.
The Atrrr,, G n",,' '1 fia the pr.np ;-d
amendment, t) nset i enew' Clause blowingng oc(t-
i,.ioal Li.ens'- at Rscre curses. b ,gread dto--
which was ne-.,;'eed.
.-yes 8. .ays ` '.
The Hou.- t .ne', ,nd adopted the Resolutions
of the Committee.
Ordered, that iu2o Bill be amended accordingly
and returned It iot. LCeoilctive Council with the
lullowing MNesse,,,e:
Yr. P'ridenft 0,d4 Ge.,tle,'men of th e Le,',:a'ite Ce. in'n
cil; ;
We are direci',-d by the House of Assembly to r.-
turn toyou r HooraJle Hous:e the Dill entitled "A.u
Act to reg'l:it'( tlhe bale' of Wine. Spirits and Ma.t,
Liquor" anl to. acquaint your Honorable House I&at
the Asseul.-ly rave concurred in the proposed
amendment: ti the ;th, 2lbth and 20ith Clauses
thereof, whieb have beea made to the said Bill, and
that the A-sem:ti'y have no; concurrc-d in the other
proposed ameuimacut. thereto.
The iouS" cOL;-s-iieiid the rmendmients proposed
by the LOw iiih;e 'ou:.eil to l'e made io the Bill
for the rapportlici.( ent t. Ritcu aid other period.
cal payments.
The slet ot o :! pr-i.osed amendments was agreed
to.
The Aitorr- Geei:",l moved that the 2nd pro-
posed am. n,' i'rit be irg-ed to-which was aflirm-
ed.
Ayes 10. Nays 7.
Ordered, 'I.. the Bill be anm'nded accordingly
and return,.. i the- Lc-.isluive C,.uncil, with the
following 1., *.:.3 e :
Jfr. Presideff nt. (. Uift,'u i' of tft,.e L.eihlati'c Coutn-
cdl;
We are dii:ctc'. by the House of Assembly to
return to you! HonoraMk Hlouse the Bill entitled
. An Act for 'I' apportionment of Rents and other
periodical pa wemn'..,' and to c'iluaint your Honor-
able House that the Asseml.ly have concurred in the
amendments .op:.se>1 by your Honorable House to
he made theret,- v, ich have accordliun.ly been made
to the said E !i.
The Reslre f.. providing Stntioo-'ry for the effi-
ces of the 'k.ni,.l Se.crelary and eceiver Genr-
al, was read a 2nrd time, committed, adopted and
ordered to l'e ,-ngr,,ssed.
The House considered in Committee of the whole
the Acting Gove: nor's Meps~eo, No. 2, relating to
the railing Soe.th of the Grounds of the Public Of-
fices.
Mr. Fowle in the Chair.


The Attorney,' Geneal moved that iL be recom-
mended to the House to grant .'50 to the Board of
'Works to repair the iron railing in front of the Pub-
lic Offices in substitution for the grant for renewing
the same made. int the la! Sc.sion ol the Legisla-
ture-which was agreed to.
The Hous,:- r:.:umed and adopted the Resolution
of the Committee.
The Attorrey General gave notice of amendment
to Resolve for F..paiiz to Public Works, to insert on
8rd reading a giant, to thb oard of Works to re-
pair the iron railing in front of the Public Offices
in substitution for the grant made last Session for
renewing the same.
The following Messages from His Honor the
Acting Governor:-
(No. 29.)
E.C. GORDON,
Acting GoCernor and Commander-ina-Chicj.
The Actiag Governor has the honor to transmit
for the iafo-mation of the Honorable House of
Assembly the R.;:ort of the Board of Education for
the six months ending 30th June 1S90.
Public BuiliIngs, Hamilton,
13th August 1'0).
(No. 30.)
E. C. GORDON,
Acling-Gori'eror and Cominmanelr-ia-Chie'f.
The Acting Governor has the honor, with re-
ference to a Mes-age from the Honorable House of
Assembly dated the 26th ultimo, calling the atten-
tion of the General Board of Health to the serious
danger to the Public Health arising from the con-
dition and position of the Ship Carolina Z." now
stranded in the Harbour oi St. George-and inti-
mating that the Honorable House will be pre-
pared to concur with the other branches of the
Legislature in providing the necessary grants for
the removal of the nuisance if the General Board of
Health shall take prompt measures for the purpose


question of the removal of the stranded vessel from
which it will be seen that the Commission is of
opinion that it is practicable to remove the Caro-
lina Z" by flotation out of the Harbour of St. George,
without danger to the Public health, and to state
that steps are now being taken to carry out the
views of Ibe Commission.
The Acting Governor desires to inform the Hon-
orable House that a sum of 10 16/ is required to
defray the expenses of the members of the Com-
mission, for the payment of whichh he trusts that
early provision will be made.
Public Buil'dingp, Hamilton, j
1;3th Aiuust. ISSO.0.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve to
provide for the payment of the Commission of In-
quiry as tio the piacticability of removing the Caro-
lina Z" from the Hau;our of St. George-which
was lead a tirM. time, and the rule regarding the
p.ssage of money vutes being suspended, it was
read a 2nd time. committed, the blank filled up
I 1. iC,, an'd adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
be Bill entitled An Act to consolidate and
amend the Acts relating to the Board ol Public
Works." w.as road a :.3rd time.
Mr. Fraser moved that the 2nd Clause be struck
out, and instead, insert a Clause providing that
tbere sha!! !.e a Board of Public Works consisting
of theGovernor and Council-which was not sec-
onded.
Mr. N. J. Darrell moved an amendment to the
2nd Clausq--ro insert the words not being mem-
bers of the Hous of Assembiv" alter the word
4" persons"--.r.hich was negative.
Ayes l0-Messr., F M Cooper, R J P Darrell, N
J DorreIL. P D Fra-.er, W S Masters, T VW Mer-
cer, W R Penston, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T
J V. 'ason.
Nays 18-Messrs. S C Bell, T N Dill, A J Frith,
J Fowle, S B.Gav, E IH Gosling, H H Gilbert, S
A Kanvey, J .'.I Hayward, C C Keane, S A Masters,
T D Middleton, T A Outerbridge, S C Outerbiidge,
I .r1 -l.,d?vI .1 \' PW r!,n ,p. C Peni-ton, J N
Smith.
.Mr. Tnvt's moved that 1.'"." be suitstituted
for' --1~ ia Ine duration clause.
Ayes 14. Nays 14.
The Spienker g.av- the casting vote for the amend-
ment, so it was affirmed.
TLh Att 'rncy Ga.-iral moved an amendment to
Lte Preamble-whi-h was agreed to.
The Bill was then passed and entitled An Act
to regulate the Board of Public Works."
The Messages of Hi3 Honor the Acting Governor
Nco 21 aind Nr'. 2. w-'r.? tcken into coni'!ei'ation.
Mr.C. P-niston roved that the plans of the
ioads he a0opr-.il and it be recommended to the
House to authori', the Board of Works to take up
t'h land iequ'i:el for making them under the
Loads Acts --v'hi, wavs agreed to.
Mr. C. }'e'anitoa ga\ notice that on the 3rd read-
ing of the Pul.ic Works Resolve he will move to
omit the pr,'v;rion for a new building at, Nonsuch
Island, -,. tant tt na.j be considered when the
Plan ranm -tis.te arc before the House, and then
p.'j'-i ,for it iu i. paiate R.eiolve.
ie .-1' r:Ie Y t,I-lral gave notice of a proposed
amendment to Ju:>,Bs' Bill on 3rd reading, to add
a clause .x\emplt.iug persona ocer 7') years uld from
serving on Juries.
'o strike out the provision iLat the expenses of
the conventieniire- to b.e procured for the use cf Ju-
iors shall not be p;1id until the accounts have been
a!l.-_.wed, by the CrmiiE:tcc: of Quarterly A ccountl."
!Jr. C. Peniston gave notice of a Reiolvc to au-
|ti:;e the J'oard of Works 'c., take up lands re-
q uirel r nto" malini fand wiJdiii!., roads, to he ad led
-, 'ublie VW ;i:s LRestolve.
T r. Cooper mov.,l b, !h.lt.wing mesgnge to His
F-.:or tb2 Acting r ,Goverr :--i
!.;, it pleast Y:our ]once':
1 House uc A'-sem:bly begin r-pectfuii. to call
t.ht. a.tei.tiou of Yufur Honor to the followVi-g cir-
c rasi.ances :
In the year 1i76 it was deemed expedient to take
up a sum of nione on Debentures to meet ceretali
'Xp'. iLe, ieit' n t ed in t.e e. c-Iablisl m:r.t r. :i Sa vi ngs
Bhank and an Act No. 2., ]i76, as passed for the
ijurpcee, which provided, Clau",, V., \Whenever
there is sufficient money in the Public Tiensuriy to
enable the Receiver General to pay oft any Trea-
sury Debeauses which are redeemnpble the Receiver
General shall report the same t.) the Governor, and
shall, with the sanction of His Excellency the Gov-
ernor and Her M:j:.sty's Council. adi-.;tise in the
Ie'. ,' Gai:e!'e newspaper that, sucb drebhentures are
to be presented f.,r payment, .pecifytng the time
v ben the satIo will be payable, andl the numbers
mad dates of the debentures to be paid ofi, which
shall !)e according to the order of issue or the samee,
and heshall pay ofi (he principal money and inter-
est due on the debentures tan the same being deli-
vered up to him to be cancelled."'
Thai. by the Reports on the state of the Treasury
i, has appeared that a sufficient. balance has been
left water estimating for the expenses of bthe current
year to authorise these payments to be made, but
no step bas been taken to reduce the Public Debt,
altth.ugh the Assembly have been more than once
infcermc, by a professional member tntlrt amr le
power existed for the purpose: that in tb.:: year
1877-8 the sum of 2,000 was provided eo'eially to
reduce the Public Debt, again in the year 1S78-9 a
like sum of 2,W00. was p;ovide'd for the same pur-
pose, r.and again in the year 1579 was a like sum of
2,000 provided iu like manner, and again in 16S0
a sum of .12,00) was provided for in the Estimate,
yet although thia step was taken and the existing
Law was said by the highest legal authority to be
sufficient to carry out the wisbe- and intention of


the AEseuibly to believe the constituency in part
from a heavy debt, no payment whatever has been
made or any step taken to give effect to the Law :
His Excellency the Governor in his message to the
House of .\sernbly, No. 6, in the present Session,
informed the House that there would be a sufficient
balance in hand to reduce the Public Debt by 2,-
500, by a detailed estimate prepared by Ibe Hon-
orablcs Receiver Gcieral and Colonial Secretary,
leaving a balance -,f .2,707 17 to the credit of the
Colony over and above all liabilities exclusive of
the bonded debt. The Governor thinks that of
that balance a sum of 2,500 might safely be ap-
propriated to paying off a portion of the bonded
debt of the Colony," and the House of Assembly
ia order to secure if possible some attention to be
paid to its special duty to watch over the interests
of the people by whom they were delegated to the
Trust, passed a short enactment to require the Re-
ceiver General to pay off that amount by quarterly
instalments, but they find that iteir legitimate
right and lprivileg's in this matter have been
thwarted by the measure being thrown out in the
second branch of the Legislature. Thus it appears
that by the caprice of the proper Officer, or some
other unaccountable cause, the debt of the Country
cannot be reduced although the People's Repre-
sentatives have provided the means of doing so for
several years. Under these facts the House of
Assembly see no other step left for them to pursue
than to represent the matter to Your Honor, that
it be laid before the Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies that he may give Your Honor such instructions
as seem to the House of Assembly to be called for
in this grave obstruction to the special Legislative
functions of this Branch of the Legislature.
Which was ordered to be set down as the first
order for the next meeting.
Adjourned to Monday next.


of the whole House to consider the message proposed
on the last. day cf meeting, to His Honor tte Acting
Governor relating to the taking up ot D.b.'tures
issued for Savin-s' Bank purposes.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
Mr. Cooper moved to omit the wor.Is ** by the
caprice of the proper Offlicer" and the word other"
in the lllh and 12th lines from the foot of the
printed Message--which was agreed to.
The Speaker moved to strike out ihe wor Is 'be
House o: A.qspmbly" in the 3rd line from the foot
of the printed message, and to insert bhe word
"'inM" instead-which was agreed to.
The question being put on the proposed message
as amended it parsed in the affirmative.
A vys ')-lMp'srs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M1 Cooper,
R J. P D:rre!l, N J Darrell, R D Fraser, A .1 Frith,
J Fo}vh- H GYilbert, T WV Mercer, W S m.a1fers,
T A Outeibriige, A M Oudney, W R Penisto, J
IW 'eairniao, J N Smitl., R Tynes, W H Wilkin-
son. T J Wnldsnn.
Nnvs 8-.e.s'. J F Burroivs, 1'N Dil, b
Gray, S A Harvey, J MI Hayward, T D Miidie-on,
S C Outerbridge, C Peniston.
The Hou e re.sumed and adopted the Res-c:1!liaa
of the Commritee.
Oldered, that Lt.: Message be sent accordingly.
A. Me.,sag from His Honor the Acting G:ver-
nor:
(No. 31.)
E. C. GORDON,
Aci, Goi',-.'r c : t,,i C',an d, -'n.Ch.,f.
The Acting Governor has the honor, at the t.aest
of the Board of Works, to forward to the Honor-
able Ico:se of As.cmbly Plans of a Road proposed
to be made in I1I.- ne-,bbl)ourhood of Prospect Caop.
T'be Road in question is the result, of a Memorial
to the Governor, acopy of which is herewith for-
warded, from some of the inhabitants of Devon-
shire and F':Mi:roke Pt'fishes, who petition for a
means of direct communication from the middle
Lonngi,');Fa! FPed to that lending from Devonshire
Church to the vicinity of the Prospect Military
Hospital v.bcreLy (be nuecessihy iwhcb at present
exists for the PFblio to pass through the Military
Camp may be avoided.
The Corran:'1ing Royal Engineer in bh later
dated 17th July 1.'!0-copy hereto attached-ex-
plains i'c actiinn the "War Department !- prepared
to take with a ;ievw to meet the wishes of the Me-
morialists. Lut& as ihe War Departminte property
does not extend as far as the Road leading from
the Hospital to Devonshire Church it, will b iueces-
siry for the Le-is'ature to empower the Board of
Vei'.. to taki-, u) the necessary land fir extending
Ihe Pc-'.1i marked B A on Plan A to the road run-
ning ,":ore ,'e NoitG Side Road to Devonshire
Church. psi Prcspect Military Hospita!, ad ,o
authori'e 'bm o1,ard to e-.tend the roa.l froio ,)'int
A 1(.ni, li.-ii B A to the Colonial Road, as wTl'! a
t:, band cver to the War Department the Road
krc.vn as ithe ,!d White Hil! Road'"in ex. b.,ge
,or the new1, Road about to be made by the WVar
D partmrtp.
A\,i:tio.1 .,, the Commanding Royal Engineer's
report is a .cond Plan, marked B, on wbhi.h is
s'-,':; in *ikornative route marked B C', by the
Pedoption of .-hich, a needless ascent wit.b a -or-
re pcndi'ui descent would be avoided, and which
is ;ref:, \*e Vto to ut shwn on Plan A for the rea-
s.n n.-.. ) thr Plan.
Th. Acting Governor requests that the Plaas
Fent he e.uin nlied.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, )
l:.['j August, 1680.
The !!l to continue the Act tc es.^b.iLh a H.oatd
i Agriculture, was read a 2nd time ind committed.
Mr., J. W. F'uimaan in the Chair.
the Hcuie resunied,
The CLr-irman reported the Bill and it was adopt-
.d and o. dered To be- engrossed.
Tih Eill to cozninue the Acts relating to Immi-
SgratioD, was read a .second time and committee.
Mr. Mer.er in the Chair.
L'',-, lous,' resumed.
i'he Chairman reported the Bill and iL was adopt-
ed and o e-.iel to, c engrossed.
The ( ktr !- laid before the House a lett,.r.from Mr.
Donald M'Phbce Le, neqiuaintingthe House, that, in
cons,-quence :ol imimpaired health, he had obtained
icnac of a!er.ce for tihie. months and had provided
for the t:.- : execution of the printing ,f :he
.",il-, '. ,,'iso in )vhom he bad every e1n-
fidence.
The Repailve providing for repairs an.- impr-ove-
nhUt of ?Pui.ic YC.Uis and Buildings, wa ie..l l
third tin:me.
Tire Attornev General moved to insert a .rant of
.'i50 in subs' itu'ion if the Vote of la.t Ses-ion fIr
the tailing ;'ou:L of the Public Offices-:vbhi-*t ws
nr';ed 'c.
D'. Outerbridso moved to substitute the woid
to" for Cns" in the grant for repairs and3 white-
wa-hing cf the Causeway Bridge Cottage-whi h
wa3 agreed to.
M-. C.( Pentitor. moved (o strike out the auomnt
conternm;.-ited fori a new Building at Nonrur.. Is-
lasnd to : pssed by a separate Resolie-which was

Mr. C Peniin moved an amendment authorix-
ing t'e t. king up of lands required for tov Is--
which was agreed to.
TLre ..-s:.lve r., amended was then passed.
The Bill entitled ",,An Act to amend the Law
relating to Jurors"' was read a third time.
The Attorney General moved that the proviso-
bthat accounts for the supply of certain articles for
use of Ju:'crz 1:.e ubmitted to the Committee on


Quarterly Accounts be struck out of the 3rd Clause
-v-hich wr, rnegatived.
Ayes 5. Navs 11.
TN? A I trney General moved a Clause pr.ovilig
for t-,2 exemption of persons over 70 years of age
from serving as Jurors-which was agreed tI., anl
addJed.
The Pill was then passed.
Thf. Rtsolcc granting 1G 16 for the exp-enes
of tLe Carolina Z commission was r,:ead a third time
and passed.
Adjourned1 to Friday next.

Orders for next meeting:
Petition from Coal Association.
Resolve CGraiting a Gratuity ta .M3 Fozrd.
SMessae of Acting Governor, No. 3!, relating to
a cros read near Prospect.
Luna'ic's Land Bill.
Bo''ard of I aimigration Bill.
Board of Agriculture Bill.

In tb year 1879 it is estimated that in the Uni-
ted States alcne two hundred and sixty eyes were
totally put out, and seven hundred and nine were
more or less injured, by the parasols of small wives.
No accurate. table of the number of divorces pro-
ducedl by the same course has been made but the
fact that about two-thirds of all the divorced men
in tie S.tate of Illinois are one-eyed, gives s me idea
of the extent to which the parasol in the hands of a
small wife ruins the peace of families.
OenE.ral HPr.nc.k's letterof acceptance as candi-
dvt. fcr Pre:idency of the United States, was pub-
lisL.-d iL the Ne;w York evening papers the- .i't

A i,2ter frcm San Frarcisco of.July 31, -ays the
rnorthe..u exploring steamer Jeanette I'yin, that
far.:iae iprevailed fcr two years at St. La-vrence Ise-
land i)ec.r EaLrng Straits, 200 to 5.00 persons hay-
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