Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00052
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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TH1. R



W~o. 52-vol. ILmy.


24s. per Ann

Iheccnoeba' 1DS,

Proceedings of the Legis!ative Council.

Tuesday, 21st. Deeoinber, 1880.-Pursuant to ad-
jourament the House met.
Present--His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. Musson,
James H. Trimingham,
Euitnius Harvey,
Jo5eph FIH1. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Geul,,
0.,4. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com-
mandin;g R. E.
The Hous' resumed in ('oniiittee the consider-
airon of the Bill entitled An Act regulatirng Qiqa-
ran ine."
The Hon. J. H. TrimingLam in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
Tie House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The House adopted the Report, and the Rule as
to sevreal readings of Bill. and Resolutions on the
sar.e dayh barinp been suspended liy unanimous
consent, thp said Bill was then read the third time
and passed, and oildred to nbe laid before His Ex-
cellency the Governor by the Hono,ab'e R. E. Web-
A Bill fnille,1 ".-An Act to provide for the tak-
ing up of Lands for PuIblic WN.rkI," was brought
up frmn the House ol Assembly and read a first
The Rule as to several readings of Bills nrd
Res:olutiona on tihe; smc. day baking bcr-n; suspend-
ed be unraimous consent, the Bill entitled "An
Act. 10 riorh1e,1 for the tif ling up f11 Lai'1s f(or Pub-
lic \Works," w'as rcad the 'ec,.nd lime.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. Tiiiunbhau in ihe ('hair.
Clauses 1 to 24 inclusively wvcie severally agreed
On motion the Committee rose.
-The House resumed.
The Chairman reported ,r. '.: itId obtained
leave to sit again.

Adjir uined to to-m.o; w, Wednesday, the 22nd
instant, at 11 o'clock, a.m.

WIedr.esdai, 22nd Deer., 1880.--Pursnant to ad-
journment the House met.
theI iToow ,e Was H. Goliae,
James H. Trimingham,
Euceniuts larv,-y,
Jacs Tucker, liver. Genl.,
S 0. S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Colonial S cy.,
-E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com-
manding R. E.
In the absence of His Honor the President, the
flou. J. H. Trimingham, Senior Member then pre-
sent, took the Chair.
The House resumed in Committee the consider-
ation of the Bill entitled "An Act to provide for
Lhe taking up of Lands for Public Works."
The iHon. J. H. Timingham in !he Chair.
The Hon. R. E. WebQter proposed the following
amendments-which wei e severally agreed to, viz.:
Clause XLI, line 3, strike ou:, the word -the"
between "presence of" and 4"Justice," and1 insert
" a".
Clause LXXVI, line 1., strike out the words
"three arbitrators" and insert instead "arbitra-
Clause LXXXIV, strike out all between the
words publicc road" in the second line and the
words "and no new public" in the 5th line.
Clause LXXXIX, line 2, alter the word oath"
insert "or affirmation."
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the several
On the question being put that the Report be
adopted,-it was moved that, the Bill be re-com-
mitted for ether amendments-which was agreed
The Bill mas then re-commilled.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
The Hon. R. E. Web;ter proposed the following
amendments--which were agreed to, viz.:
. Clause XXI, line 19, aliter the word "they'
insert "or hb-".
Clause XXIV, line 6, strike out the word "such"
and after the word [,arty" add the words to the
The Committee rose.
The Hous! resumed.
The Chaihman reported the Bill with the additi-
onal amendments.
The [Honse adopted the Report, and it was order-
ed that the Bill be returned to the llou-e ol Assem-
bly with a Mle.ssa-e rcquestiug their concurrence in
the said arnendm,-nts-L-th same to be delivered by
the Hon. R. E. Webster, as lollows:-
Mr. Speaker and Gentlhmen ofI/h, He ue of A .,embly ;
1 -am directed by the Legisiative Council to re-
turn to y Ho r Honoirle iHouse the Bill entitled
"Au Act to proilde tor the taking up of Lanls for
Public Wc.iks," and to repqnest the concurrence of
your Honorable House in c-ctiiain aiendnments
which the Council deem expedi-,,t to be made there-
to,-a copy of which amendments is delivered here-
Ceunoll Chamber, 22nd Dec;., 1S10.
Th,' Hon. R. E. Welstecr piei-enid a Petition
from the NMinicter and Stewards of the ir'itish Me-
thodi3t Epii-.':A. Chh ri-C in Berimu'l,b prayir i;- ,or
the p.ymeut ol the Putlic Stip,.t d ( ._27 I'"/) darirg
the ititeCval ot the dvpartur.e trom these Islands of
the former Minister and ,he arrival of the present
Adjourned to Tue.,day next, the 2.lth instant, at
1 I 'l; n.m.

for a suriil I'.u11ii y 1i han1iiloai n. .'.,l'' v
(I.zteti4! Oilice.
Sleceiiher 20tl, 1.-'., --2


soli~e Of'tlho NIC'ET 1"HlNCIS'jtist
received per" ''Flainborough,"

M L 1" ,11 (fnItI QlI tr. B 'Xes I K I\
IlAil BNAPI'AIN'S. v'c -i; .1'h.ce.

Pee in andi W-A UN U '-iPe. i N ULT.
CIl'TRON :ai'iO-ad nL lemitnii IE.IK

2M ~(I~INCENHIAT-'..5 )I-.TIS.j' Macu Bul 11'0"S
Nice Yellowv ('II E'h (iUhtoict 1211I'''K
Nw-v nIssO II'itte lit FPanty BISCLIFll'A
1AIAq9'',BAtCON'laut Id-SlHOULDER-1S
FlaII I1:1i-rels (Chtoice IF'LO 11
Ua -i-cl Crui' td and C~ ut Loaf C S U C %iR

L- S',

Awnl Small I.loxes Gulditc-a TO -1
PACCO( ). l' h-vt l'itie c-li-atP
Nos 27 aid 2-SkFrontit 8rec-t,
I latitilttic1, Dlec. I I -~

IIs t Jece v v(,

(>iit a(t e. 4n S;

(:I ot C 0 L 1, k I L NI'l
Car0i-w N IUG4mt ad'4'l

OU'ERB1b(1i-' I3UOS,& .,
0 UTEIRL1 1 1' t J- G V- 13 N.0

ItIr ~ ais, the111iI~: pc fo IOfI IrIV 1adiliit- nst! i-

arc so uEfulfi 1H: -c911a lilt! fi'i-thie 't'c-mI i ta thtohc
u1KU.-id by thle Ucdv::si-re,' i

Wid' liovei 2.500 P'ibn 'crijj~tmit 1, II utratimiis.
An Elegant Family R~EGIS'I'EII11

AX BIBlIJt:V Dl IONA.A ',.:&c. S.C
A Prize f$(1',J.O i4 olT'erked liv thle t"N iona
Ptablisl~ing (o. to :!y Pia'' ldiit' 1ir %,.h,) tcan pro-
duce as filue well tiatidied Bible:S Ht L.ChI Si1011l

The U EM INGT()N 1:I -1d1ad T;-oadlc

Which haive n,-) superior in quitali ty ttoaequcalii1b, t
in priee in 13eirnuda.
Thiesoe Mach~ines areL-warraanted to give sulis-
(p ~pwi .to Posot Office~,Hamiltni oa.
December *21.4t, S'.

For Xmias Groceries,
Duty them at R'. -1. D od~s
N : El., A iQ. N,; Pcest 13 L!,P VhE R
L ,xtia 1.1k'~ L I
C f )N PI-' C- I ~E IY 111iC'V. CR
O.ATS -' B-( r cheap)
arcn I hlf o Facl1011Y E
111W.4 :~III;'1.11A' oiFaIi,)d. lBF.F.C 'k ,
FltkIJ )CH I; ."1,k FL A I II KL 1.1

Hal-Il~-~m-Dec. *J' -

LA" ~



oil or about tjw 1 01kh

W IIIl Proha bLy I); .e-ve IhIc!I' Iunk i4) 11 hr eIrB

at'; t I': .. .i ot e

A L.. 4HA

II ~ 10 anlo, hDe-r. 1880. -3

C', OWN P J,

IN es

e ,J Select .,


fusetei t ana urnl-

C" i i N E S,

iJ Lock iuid Chain Stitch.
Over 700) have been sold at lly Et!ablishment,
und hn ave giv'. n t.iversal satislaetioun.
T'en nis BA' I'T [, anLie..,' and; G(ntls', 1' iii Regu-
In lion Bills !for sanme- ixleiglhis market 'on
'lie B[-ts
(;.\M I. OF 1. l) E'LTA GAME
\Voril Miaking, and \'Word Tal:ing
,'l:,k* ;!, ( 'A I D)S--lcziijue, 3olhtaiire
Be.iiutie, VAIKN 1 IN 'E, in place of Xmas
'arids and cIheaper-
"'.-aint, \Andrec'." \ 's
Tai~le i. \l Kerosene STOVES
C'litn i MIU \iltii Nnait.
FUUT)O'I \t!,. \xii. ( ;LOVE,
Me'r',haum t I'l iE-S Priair io1tA
SClh.oce lot I I R.ItFUM1.ItY

P!;.~ I fLl l 20-I L1 13' u 1 ; K Ds


21s~tI Deevilhi4. IS.

ti ~ I ll I -I S I ll l C 1 ol A K FI)( '.

\N P,
E.NG 1. 1 I1A ND A.M H It RI G'.AN

~)-13IU44 V& Shoes
T Iall bzs
C. A. J ON ES,

I 1 1" 41 1i I torit tTe

I~ I lie i nimal- -Fmu Londlon,

.1 \arietj of GAN ~ILS, anioiig \vhicLi are-

~' rci-lec ~ Aun ti i ,~alh- Spel-iri, lVxpcit

tie M An~t d 1:1mt.; the .11,1&ik or
ADr reit %'aiiclv or ~' I13ii(r~ c

l'ur ritil supply of Pirdaclay,
1'Jlex Yea r

I lalitta, lei .21, S l.

Christmas and


II I T~ Ies:. lull) birer ts the
4X tho A Itl' 1%C I .'I N'1 0
iiu .I, U DhA to t-I.. .ct that for soit~e 3'eai.; past
hie 1w; aei ve'ii cocted with~ the llov:!e of
D-3 1.0h rur u V ..

.W(:it Ilrumcdwiv:,. Pend,. aii! I udsoric StreeQ,
%!)I diltri,;u 1.1 t Ine has .Al~oniido perso~nally to
theO L- ',-t.VIt n i ttiida 4'C4111111r1,1O iei--4, w HIMtlie is

ee ci-.; E- ralvwl
A 11 V .ii~i-r--ntii :v lie ruste! lto Ihim will
Ito ~ ~ ~ ." Intftk at i* mtvtlled w!th the nssii39r-
ance t~t ,c '' 1 i eco!.% -ill [lhe ai;i~.
1h 1 4 1, c ~c III.I- i I fc i e -, u f thIIe L"-!e si-, 'I him-
her Jjl cca Ie l:~ivi to 11-. A. L'. iiai 0 ut-i, 10
i~nt~.a* i m~.e itMh, tin~y -ei-11 :Iin isittimI benccait

A L W T'F W. MiIN 1(3 I K,

I~~~ %%" yo I .-ltIC2i

Pet-ember 20. C18I)--4,n



3Ai\ D



Vor ClIvistaIihi9,

\Ve know of no Store that is i;itt:ir supplied
lilBBLD'.- J1V WEL'S- 'TORE.
An. ilig the iiann. articles arec
G 01.D .1).1 ."ilv r \VA\'TCIi ER, (C.IIAINF,
Necklac, I.(o;.t s, Ses of Jewelry,
Bracel..,t., I:In -le-, -heve Buttons, Fin-
ger lin,;s firou,' I to 1i, .Searrf Hings and
Solid Silver O WRN I\MEN'TS of
every description
Solid Silver Fancy P'IECES for
the Table
Silver Plated Ten S E'T.S EPERONE'
Firuit. Nut ami Jelly Il.ISiES
Cake and Card Baskets louqucett holders
I)esqeat Scts T'oiht S.t'I Claiet Jugs
lee I'i'eh, rs \'ailer s Soul' Tureens
(':i idle, tks Pickle'" tanLds
S.ird;in Bo('s J e el t. 'a.lkt-s
I'ui ,,i:, 3 Dibhes Syrup )i.-iih-s

A\ C.'ent Valicty of
fe~'I I* GOG 0DX,
including Japaneec, (Olive and l.c.niler G(OO1S,
\Ve cordlially ii it- all to call aind examine
our G o,:. No ti oubt'le to slhiw.
Hanilt..n, ice. 21, 1IS 0.

R"Ioyal Gazette" NfaiI
Cand Post'd Sh11eet 188 1.

THIE va!uahl cPOPA-fl a8114 MOOi I iif1I1,naiOI
conit;zincill ntli, lBeiiiul1a Pi)Cl~et lmann
;Iic':,G(uide n1l"I DirctdorY, li ~beon prIntfed In
slieut form for the conv~enipienofc ul hcbrerau-
tile Publie, armIdwII li e sold nt the. popidar price
'j"(1., (f) ll tlhle every SI trekeeQp-er to p rovidi,
h m t1' %%it a copyv. lpilv -.-.ppliratLion .41lou1li
bt mrade, .1-;uw Iy a liml.itdnubin it' sofl~iveti-
haye iaeeil i P1' ic1.
Dn t vs -,:'t A ,I i l and 11-epaiinr' of New Y"n'i
.1.1l b`1V-'tc*.rner'11G111si rimid'a ai-d New 'York ;
Cun..(i rd .'- eamer 1let weerk 1aIItlifia%, Be;-nwz-
ci : i:d .1:i nja ia ; Postal Mitaes, R -ulatiLLl o s, & v.
-I l jzet 11-,Dc 4 80

9-,bCC fl

al I-~

Dri Y n.l Furnisiiing GOODS
Ladies', Misses, Men's aid l oys' 11II TS
V'Ilv-:t -l I 1R E'I 9, wi;ii Nikle Riinmt
PI CTUli .1 Photo anid Auitoiraph .A1 I.BU.IS
o1xes- F:neI'V P' \I aPi, 'I'O(YS in Variety
J.Lap-nese VWAIEI' Tiu \WARE
LAMP.-, LANTERNS and Nickle Pl-te Stu-
dent's LAMPS
Prang's Xmas, New Year andI Birthday CA !' DS
A.ind a Variety of other Christmas PftESENTS

I'bose Unsurpassed Oil STOVES,
All Cheap for Caih.
No. I, West Front Street.
Hamilton, Dec. 131l, 1S0.A-3


/1t 1he1 Royal Gazelle Stalione y
(Suit;illo I,,r Xinas and 'New Year Priesents)
SSc-!, I SA'iCi! 1I`L-LS To.uriuts (-CUPS
f:ireal '1 Ier KN IVI S
P'e \\'iper- I'enknives Tea liells
Setty. Knife, Fork audi Spoo:i
Key Ping-s ;a-id Cork crews (Glove IHooks
(Card! Ctai:a:, Letlter Cases otterss
.ltc.i.. ,i.c PiiIt Y loxes
l:k i'hi:a. &: in v.,ia ety China \'V: -s,
( t'-ar .';. -..o Hr Il.oiii el
I one 'Tip, Mea t i..q C:nidle Iings
i'c., &'e., &c.

1' C( ii u "N -e" 'ea- r anl li tlirt!hdaiy
aiiltotl. )l ec. ID, Ie S_ .

i oiIce.
S. i. .> Sil -' takes miiuch pleasure
1' tlo ini'fin tl8 inhiribital.tiits o I'.eiuu d.t
that h i.i s received te ialarice of his

F,-om Fnjl iiK, p r 8. .. ipiri lya,"
Atn- %vi c 01 t1-r \r\'hol..-::.e or R .tail at i lio
St,.c W- \\' f the u..- lately occulpic I by iMr.
i- V i'[! l.,r I1 i1!:] J i.. 't' t s ii-iile l'( r Ih ;e n ,l i' iand
H .) *.'.

A .. -. lUEl R '

Par-liamen t Sreel, .t .> t x ltM lbonluii Hlouse.
1Il;iiii!on, Nov :l0th, '.tc .--1 I-


Of V\'I(TO"ORI & .%R.iT LO()GI.r, No.
H 27, of thlle U. (. of (). I'.,
lliiten'd Ihaving 11 Sile uof
Fancy and Domestic Articles
At the HALL ofr the above named

On fihe 28th a ld 29tlh of
the present Al-unth,
lFor the purpilc of aiding tlhe extension of that

The ,c- geericus 'Publie is respectfully invited
to attend, and bring u.ith ilicin their 'hristmas.
Ihors openI at '1 o'clock.
~llnzart's a-ind, will be in attend-ince.
It is rispi.etiully es-ed that no Tables or
Bct!hs will be oun tht picuris.s other than those
connected t ii.h l he i.
H.i %'<-, of the Committee.

lIr Sate.

T'lhe Undersigned has
T trceLL

been In-

The Fcillowj n ,, ,vi

SIli Bvcllent Condition,
QiStnict ill C3 riiage, la-rt, or under Saddle,

Sul )posed to be ill Calf
I CARW1AGIE, (4 wheels) with Larnp6,
Pole, a.,Coli~pIe
I C'ART four wheels) a very excellent
and usflArticle
Ax lair r~ediietiouN will be in-ide to a Pur-
cjasu rof the AMaro andcl arxi~ge.
1'. RO0B ETS
St. Gecorge's. 22uld s188.

188 1.
The Bermruda Bnoo and Sheet


(11111 B Iermunda Biook and 'liet A LMtAN...
A 'CKS Fo'r S1, _31, ihll le readly for delivery
T'O_1IOR ROW (Wed ncsd:iy), and ecullhe oh.
tzal~iudat 3Messisr. (ThoEGEnol LE ~ ~:& SON'S, St,
Csei-.rg'&s ; of \ I. G CA LLOJWAYV, C hief Ward.
er, R~oyal NavalI Yard ; (if tke suveial Carriers
of the Uoyal Gazelle," and at the 11 Itoyal

Illamin lton, Dec. 211, I S80-J

A LL (k'ood G(i ocer- k cep A. E. W1I I'll. N WS

Cheap Icr Ca-sh.
11 ninla !a"an'ard oher R ecetit Arriv'als
ccoasistin,, Ill part of:-

Ladies, ILAT'I', lFellt and Stra %
Ladlies' Black Clo~th J ACK{ E I'S
Lallic ,'\VATIAN BI'MI.O lS
Cent'S''s Weed PA NT'S
(,'ell 1, rree'i CO % T:-
Gen't's 1Flan rt-I SlIRlT-8

J13 o o ts & S ho es,
i I 1VF,. kIA C. 1NPGI1, UA S S WA R E,

TI N iv~INr ,9.1 I E, I N. O W R.E

A./N TH. 4. L.Gocrso VESiEind

Alia. li(adOe /as

FOEI- d~, 4.T ill.LAF NB.EI

I ,.I ElIZA B ETH 1VE SS, has
i'ra ed Ler Ad mimi i.-mt~ion on fihe IEstme
(11,PHILIP N!" Warivwicl 1l'a rish ill

F hi- i:. iktre "uru ..J-e ntice, that ifally
~Oii (.0) tshiIV ill'ty j u~t Cause %% hy
ihd ;. *iic~c.c~ia -IjitJjmld no't granted'
th a EIiZAI ETI N ESS, he, she, or
1t1eV,,'tre tO fW O hi--, heir, ri r t liii Caveat in writ-
Ha.,i u e ~vri;\% INct of these Wsands
-1:,, F tt hr ';y t tho publlication 1hererif,
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Hamni lton, 1)eem ber 2S, IS85


Conclusion0 orif Fft'Fily-,-irdY Voliumeii
of ihe Pe-rn1a "( !a '' BIoy.i ?ai Gatl4tQ.'

In brinr-ino' fo a clos-e the 53 id Y olie-c of
the R')vAL .GAZETTE, w,- be.- to trel-ler ,lOi.'
Pc-adis ,or1 Pat-iron n TrIEHE COMPLIMENTS OF
THE SEA...N,,'' inl to wish, with a HAI'Y
NEW YEA l t, tliat oulr t' lati. i ls inv continue
to be of tL1n.- ,.,Iaile t i fri uict-iy ,n tui i'. is t]JLy
h;tve be- e in th1 ju t. r

.Abstraet of the Proceedflins of fthe IIo J orale
Jouise of A.sslembd.
Monciday, 271h LDecenber, 1 SO.-The Petition of
the Minister and others of the D. 3I.E. Church, re-
lating to a ic.i ion of the Public Slipend allowed to
that Church, wa: read and committed.
Mr. J. W. Peal man iu the Chair.
Mr. Oudney rurved that the prayer of the Pell-
tion be granticd-%i which was agreed Lo.
i her Hou-e resumed and adopted the Resolution
of the committeeee.
i r'. 0)airy ite ui(, Cu a Resolve providing forr
tL:- payi. ,,ie t o the -Ir. Jarie.. I. HulBu : rr l. or-
lieu of ilipendi gani!e-1 to lhe U1. M. E. Charcih-
which was read a flrst time.
A M1c-ssge fiom the Legialative Council :-
Mr. a/id tild(.'cimdla of tIr lio,. se (f .AiYe-

I am directed by the Legislative Coulncil to
return to yc ur Itloniraible i-louse the Bill entitled
"An Aict ou provide fo-r ILe taking, up of Landha for
Public W\or ks," and to irque-st te concurrence of
your i-Honoriahle Honr:o in certain aniendin-ents
which iLe Council dec-m c:xpedient to be made
threie.-,-a copy of ;.-lich amendments is delivered
Council Chamber, 22nd December, 180.
Mr. WV. J. Filth moved that the Resolve making
a grant to Mrs. Elizabeth Ness be read a 3rd time.
Mr. Fiith moved an amerntdment to lbe Resolrc-
to inseilt It thA e cnl tlhertof the words on the late
;Mr. Moss' acc,-'unts vith the Public having been
audited and found correct."
Mr. W. J. Friih irtovcd that the Resolre with
the said amendment, be read a third time-which
was negatived.
Ayes 10-Messrs. T N Dill, W J Filth, R D
Fr.s-, S F Giay. S A iHarviy, C C Keanp, T D)
M.1iddtkon, T A Ou'lerbridge, A M Oudney, W R

Nlays L3.-Messrs. F M[ Ccoper, R J P Darrell.
N J Datrell, A J Hodedon, S A Masters, T WV
Mercer, S C Outetbridge, J W Peal man, J N Smithn ,
Tp F J TucL-er, IR Tynes, W H WilLinson, 'T J
A Message from His Excellency the Governor:
(No. 4. )
Governor and Coimn ,natde.r- in-Chic/.
The Governor has the honor to inform tihe Hon-
oraIble House of Assembly that hoe fins received a
dispatch, No. ,3o, of the 7th DEcembc-r, IS .'0i, from
Hi-s Lorn.lsrip the Secretary of State for the Coloun-
i s, in reply to the Governor's dis.patchl, No 7i',
of the 2' October I.1S0, reporting upon tihe
fituinnei:J. questions raised iu the address of the
Hliot.-e of A.\,.-elbly to His Honor the Acting Gov-
erL-or, dti ed thel.o l'th Augist I ', whii.i was s
tra:._:itc-d to tIhe Stlet,-y uof Staoie,in compliance
n\itih tlhe rL oi thie Ho'..o cf A. -. i.,ly, ill
C0oloi0el Goldon''s di.spati.h No. C,, of ltho 2th ti A.u-
smu-.[ tiat.
Sis LordI.llip the St'-ectrtary of State for t.ho C--
louis 1.,s pI iveu the folIlowiug it.-'tru:tions to tho
Governor with re.-.lect to thie aldres.c- of the 1Hoiu.e
.f A, r ...rihly.
"You will be -Ioo,:d enough to inform thle House
of A.\s-mblfi tlat I .t .'ur in their wish to red iuo
the cJbt i..-i'th- COlony, Lut that I fail to see howe
tuny ste-,.s could have bL)--n taken in this directiou,
cduiinu thIe Ii.,,t threey-caiUs, in none of which, sio far
is would appear from ihe very imperfect system of
accounts in inse in BFerunid, the revenue actually
e'eived wais to meet a.ll .the t charges iu-
cluded in tho E :.tliuitl.s anJ Sul.pplemei tary Esti-
In.ates and tlie o utlt-tudin' of tlie Colony;
,in.l that I aqm sati.-t-ul thie st:atenmeut iu thie addret-
that a .suWicient balance hOiud been left, after erti-
matirng- thie expens-es. of the curieut year, to justify
it.e umlolrizatlion f ,paymeiit in reduction of the
debt, thoughh you reinark it wvas. no doubt made in
thie full belief of its correctness)-is not in accord-
Ituc:e withI the f.acts.
I ,.,uuldI hIl-i n-ak you to inf'rnit tile Ass-iuably
thai t, inu ,n n ibit.'u, it, i .':-rit:cly p-...---iA le that a
.,n... l .,-.:t- ,f fin t:t- i l lpri.c-dtur:- cain he C -
tabi,hild, Iulcis tl, E: ..-i-uti\e Goverinini l It is e(I-
ti,-ted with il: .uty v i t I np.' u -r" E timat'- anid
tt-menDts of A<,courntIs, andl iliitiati g all ma-ue-y-
vot:'h, according to thle t:uctise, in tIis Country',
inil gru rally throughout tIh C(oloinie-s.
I u.:cturiiiiu tlie opiuiniun of tIen? T'reasurer that
it i- d i... i;:.'e *- t k--' l a .~tiundiung b lance of .'.',>)uiJ
(two tl. u!- d I i..:uiin.-') iu (t]e Cul,.niual Trea.ury,
civ r a.i-ove al l ceunrr.ut li:abilities
..ouut La.n:tueu, 27th -Dec l ci-.b r, 1:-i0.
0:i uioliiln of lthe Atloriney Oe:ie.ial, thLe arneud-
fruenr- pripo.'sed by the Lecgislative Courncil to be
uni..r I)o tire '.i ieill e l.d! Ain Act lo provide e for
lukiiin ul, fur Puuic \VWouiks," v.i'c coibi-
il..ied I, ithe Hourpe.
'The l't, 2nd1, 3:d and 4th oftihe piopo-:ed amend-
mnihls were .revetrlly aguiccd to.
The thi p opt',sed amrinilnlent wa -.flrmed.
Aycs 13. Nays 5.
'1be h ii proic,,od amendometit ws agreed to.
(briehed, that the aunei-Irntents be accordingly
inad e aid the Bill relntncld to the Legislative
C'c.Utcil with a Mtis.-ire to acquaint that, Hinuor-
able lHioue that, tlc AssenilIy having coiiencued
in i.t- at l l amenC-idn tnl. hit..e amend-
u-ni, Snr had b,.ien ancoidiiiigly imade tl oreleo .

'l'ird lesolve fo- r paiut.ig e-x'iai I M il .Xp)eInses in-
tUr-il' ii) cou .:- iic tn o tt ihe dam ged to ie ,aui-
S.v I i" t(..Ilorti fo -t .-u.,ugust last, w., road a
li.. itn li t nie and cc-.m
Mr. S. A. Mastcre in the Chair'.


L.V1-rrLr ED.
De:elmiber L-l.-Scelr. Janles l-'w\er, Leary, Ialifax,
N. S. ; a.y.rted cargo to J. H. T. Jackson.
Deceniber i-'2.-Schr. Alpha, Salisbury, Georgetown,
M3-MMail Sleacmr I'lan-bhoioLiuh, Frasr-r, Now York ;
1 h..r.-se.
Inlthe Mail Steamer B,,ta from Halifag, on Thurs-
day last :-Mrs. Simpson, boy, infaUit and nurse, Messrs
B. F. Pearmian, and E. J. Kennedy. 2,,l Cabin-
Mrs. Mlanirhl:t and infant, Sergt. Spelhand, R.E., and
wife, Mr. Jainres Par-ls..
In the Mail Sfte-.rlier F',it"l, r'-i.',;, on Thursday
last, fur- New Yelk :-l.'r. Geureteen. lessrs. N. A.
S.liernl-ei_-,. J. 1:. .n-;kenzio. J. Tyler and .'!. W ard,
andl C('aptiin andl .l "Is. 'lihomniA n-.--,.S ,r.. u./u, Jairnils
G(ibison,ilnd 12 men ex "'Nrinqualli Dormilo.'
Thie tleaiuer Law-cellas. 1,,50i tns, Captaini Inch, of
antd fi',-n Liverpoul, Ibouind to Baltiniore with piri-iron
;iT ball:ist, was ti\wed fIu'iii, sea to Graizsy ]b;y ,u itlihe
23rn irinslant, by tihe .,te'arn-ilig B ;i;tanniat. lihe L. ex-
perienced Iheavy venther during thre voyage, niil has
loh-t all 'hie bl"ide tuf her ii, r c-,peller-four in rnuM -(r :
ihro i'e ere carrieil :tiay v\i n\e- f ,it wi as a i.iii i ,'-' ')t
luiil., L':nst oft l;-rnu>la. anl t i e fluillh lhc.l n i en nb>uli :..I)
inilcs We.; ot' tlie-e Jslands.-Ag,.nt, J. S. Liarc-ll.
'hle i,-pairs to tie S leaner ^S,'it/ Tyin:, C pt. LI:ur-
hvc-. having' been, con lplet-d ton eirrblle lh r t,,o iturn to
EL'glaini, .she will leave Liverpool to.nniorrcov.

We understand that, Vice-Adimir:rl Sir F. Leop.:ildI
McClinlock, Kt,., F.l.S., lthe N -iv:l Cominmand'r-in-
Chi,-f, will leave, in his Fn, i.. il i.' h o,'url uil,,,,ti, ,,,
ill tlh course of a week, on his annual visit to tile W\ -st
India lpo tiun of hlis extensive cuminiand, calling tirst
at Barbados.
I. iM. S. Tiedos, Captai ( C'. G. Fane, left y-.ter-
day for Jamaica.
Captain D'Arcy Irvine, has been appointed to tlie
coMrulmand of H. M.S. S. Pt.,lopeC.

The R-v. R.ILrrH OWEN YEAr:SLEY, M.A., eiitered
on clis duties iAs Minister of-Trinity Clnuch, in this
toivn, on \Wednesday la .t. His voice is. clear and
di.-tiinet, and, bein-" a pl :'tised reader, i:. c.'an
e n.:dily be heard in all parts of the building.. He
i preached at both morning and evening services ion
Sunday. His discourse on the vision of the prolo.
martyr St. Stpl)hleu, on Sunday morniu.g, was-
exquji:sitely d,,eeriptive, and at the ?,:ianm time prace-
tical how tihe i..tory if CIliist. goes beyond mnire
historic relation, and becomes- the naiun-spling of
Chlri:tiiu power. Tihe evening sermon was ou tIhe
clanut of the agcd Simeon, the pivot between the
old and new dispen.-atitus. Our aim .slouild be to)
make the song personal, from its continIued general
use iun our service of Evening Player, so that when-
ever G;-cr may call us we may respond cheerfully
the utteae utterance f Simieon when he saw te Lord
Je.Sus Christ in thte Temple.

(f.^- The Churches on Christmnas Day weie
decorated with the usuiil good ta.-te displayed on
Ssucli occasions. Choice flowers are unusually scarce,
I ainl in the decorative compositions were missed by
t who lhad been n:ccustuomedto seeing their itch

I|toroIIA PA.:I.-By the kind permission of Col.
W\Vehuan, C.D., and Gtli..-eir. of the 99th (D. of E.)
IRegiment, the Band will play from 3 to .5 p.m.
(weath er perniitting), this day, TuesJay, the 28th.
iuln ; ut.
S1. Overture... .." Dou Juim'n..........Mo.c;nt.
t i2. Potpournti.. .. Stradell:e I ......... ...Flotow.
3. Seetion.... "The Mock Doctor"...... Gounod.
t1. XVlIse. .... .. Ma Mignonne".........Rivie-re.
5. Selection ."*TIhe Piratesof Peuz.nce". .Sullivan.
6. Galop.......... Solphien''..........Faust.

Ec.'LISE 01or THE SUk. -There vx ill. be an Eclipse of
the Sun on Friday next, the 31st instant :
S Commeuciag at..........7h. 41m. a.m.
Greatest Eclipse............Oh. 25m. a.m.
Ends...................... lh. 9m. a.m.





0.()- m


'lobtal 5-6t; Ins

Rainfall, November, 1879 ......................5 5, Ins
Average Rainfall ot Ncvembcr for 10 1- 15- s
ycais 1 .70 to 1 S79......................... j

Tu.'-jor s'on IrIELAND.-H. M. '20thl Regh itent,
now at MaUlti, and the 97th1, at Gibraltar, are utRideC
orders furn Quee-nstown, Iic land.
Tlie Co'ldatreanm Guard, left Enhglind for Itcland
on tihe l;;tl,.
.1ru7 REt'iMLENT.-CCaptniiit Stuart and -I40 non-
couiiini:ssioned ofti,:ers and men, whio we(e l.fLt .be-
iinij1 on tine -l embarkation of then R:giment lfor Ber-
nirnda, hIave joiued the 0'3Jtd BLriade Depot at cl-l-

'i1' I ; -,:.!(L w ,.. a.. ce,. to :',II th.d b':.- L ik::.l
u 'j l il:' o: reIsu-m. cd aid doilitd the I:,.- lvr,
&nl' ii w;. flrrd vi]cid to I.e en1 ro-,c,.
-Th .. ii s I i .Ivolie1 i r, iiin, i fur ltie travel-
lin;i (.x1 .-:6,_ 4 ,f (Oillci'Al V'iilri tlo lt) e Luuntil
A s. I ,'J .i t e-comli,il,. .
kc. J. W I'e -i mail iln thu Chair'.
The Attorncy Generail mvcd that the blank in
the Resolve be filled up "3 : ,."'
Mr. Wilkinson moved to strike out of the eRe-
solve flon tihe words the Powder Fund" down io
the woids It e Luuatic Asylum"-which w\as
af&iImed. Ayes 10. Nnys G.
The Resolve was reported lo the Housenpamend-
ed "and ordered Ito Le re-engressed. and having
been re-engrossed and the standing rule relative to
the passage of money votes being suspended by
unanimous consent, it was passed.
.Mr. Midilet'on gave notice that on third reading
of the Bill for Marking Produce Packages," he
will move tIe following amendments :
1A Clause--istL line, after "sale"' add "lo any
Shipper, or Shipping Agent." Fourlh line, strike
out the words branded or."
2nd (.'lause-fiit line, strike out "person," and
in.sor t Shipper or hiding Agent." Filth line,
strike out *' branded or."
Adjourned to Monday next.
Ordels I:
Maikin,, of Packages Bill.
Extra Mail Service Resolve.
Rerpol iin of Debates Resolve.
Hamnilton Gaol Bill.
Amendment of the )Destruction of Crows Act.
Nonsuch Island Building Hesolve.
.M. E. Church Stipend Rt-solve.

'ftihe Gove,"-jor obtained,, from tie e-retary of ( de wad s at that port. t night, thcutineh I have no doubt His Own Enemy,"
State for W,.., leave to abLe-cnt hLiself tiuls m this The iMail Stcamnr Peruirn was fr<- zen in un the will be very good, but Cu'ps and Saucers- is so
cuminmand for six months. Sir R-. Mi. L.iTau aile.d t'. Lawrenc-e and will rernin, there until M'ay. Novel a sfyle to us out here, and it is so pretty, so
for New Yoir in tihe S. S." Bermula" .Juae luthl, A new steamer, the Ottawa, of the Dominion sparkling, that I can't bear to think I am not to
whence he rturued in t.e sanie steamship Septem- Line, ot iron being cIaught b the ice, and is hear it again.
ber 14th, hving meanwhile visited Eugland,- loat te san. 1 s Holt charmed me.-There's no acting in
only a ':iling hini..'Llf of half his te0m of leave. On I -' thso things, I was told! Aint there, my friend ?
His E ..-llers. v's retnui te" Yw York he was joined It. is s:,id tlat thlIre is no industry in Nova So- If u couldn't see by that little piece that this
bV Ladr y La-,iy u :,iand ]imlTffan, who, at a lat,-r ti.1 a the prt:.-Lt tim i, w- int g fair a ta .t l i quite A I, I im olvry for you. Every atti-
p-,iod, e to tB-Uayag. Colonel E. C. A. a.- t,,,t ,tf ,,hld mininuL'. Ic tide und action was good ; she made her compani-
;I ItrdL, C.R E., cO: 00 T7th Apil sworn iu an. a It is Suppos,.d thirt 3,i'00i bushels of wheat have on (Mr. \Wells) act double as nuich as he intended,
fMe.',iber of C, uneil, assunim-ed the administration of Lbeun lhr:er-..te,'. inu armouth, County, N. S., tihe ,but not quite as nuich as he ought. His by-play
th, G.Ouverniim. t in b a bsiee Sit' R. Mi. Laf- .-;.e.:ji. ud dumb show are good, but hlie slightly forgets
fau, anJ, with quietriess and effdiency, discharged The steamer Co(ie from Liverpool, Fngland, at himself when ie is singiug: it is a common error
the duties of that Liihk.oW-c. i New York on the 18th instant, brought 9 70,0)'J with -ingers to act up to the time they begin to
II. M. S. ** Altn"l i~4sfV Stirling, training iu British gold coi nand bullion. sing. and then tossing only. But, asI said before,the
sipijU v fordo, i :,.ime n .,ur iivrcd ieric o the 2reth on It i ,.nirned th.t the new.-,tean-,er Ahl ka, of thie hle operetta was delicious. Would that Mr.
Juuuny fron terb;,o sg irriv-dhu Line, will iak te passage from Liverpool Wel would get up something" else and give us the
the lt Ja5 u ,!-y aud Kged avu' on the 9th. Two a0 to Ntw Yomk i Jyi treat of ear ig lhisi magnificent voice.
thi.s o1 yell. \ lr.-l.a .e ,n9contr .twl in a low T'he operetta was very well accompanied on the
du at Barb ,dL.-, oul of w proved fatal on the The Londuon Times says:-"The Coulouial Office piano y I, l. Burtu,' and the Band of the 99th
l1th, and thl. 'thVr on artivni here was doubtful. hs issued an authoritative pamphlet reconmmend- Rn.gime.t performed in the orchestra, and man-
No conimuui:aLti-in was iu con-equemcue had with l, i Canada to intending emigrants from Ireland aged all the Tilitady music of the marching troops
t,; Atitla, ia." She sailed forERpgia )eby. 8 aa a most suitable field for emigriaiou." iJ-' Heroes."
l-t, and notiug han since bem sees or teard of Dr. Amado hias gou to New York from Lisbon I was sorry to see but an indifferent house. The
her, notwithi tending eve-'y search, so that it is now as Connis.siouner of Portugal to the Sauitary Con- weather was much against the Company, and it is
supposed the Atalainta" foundered at sea with all press at Waslington. to be hoped that to-night will make up for it.
on boardS Diphtheiia is spreatling rapidly in New York. Half empty houses will not pay the expenses of
On the 3r.i Febrmunry -1. I. S. Jlimalaya" ar- There were 1 2 deaths from that disease on tihe 16th. such performances, still less leave a balance for the
l ivEd frorn .'Natal in 34 days vith the 9(f1 in Regi- rity for hih they a give
inent on btoa:d, under the command of Lieut.-Col. The fc.ot tad mouth disease among sheep is Charity for whichtheyare given.
Walke.-. TlIey wcre landed at Hamnilton in tihe spiuading over England and causes alarm. Ths dd in P s n h .
"Viipet" ani" Yixn an" d camtiped out for a few The Duchess oi W"estninster, daughter of the and was L, ured on the h. e here and cof-
Sdys at Pro-p.)ect, wthee they have -trice be-n sta- se-,cond Dunke of Sutherland, and Mistress of Robes f in icbUe her remains were buried a ider af
tiuned. T'lie tith Regiment, under Lieut -C:,oI. R. to tl-,. UQuA:cu, di,.d at he'r residcnee, at Bourne- crown t ol tloweri and immrortelles.
I.-nuett. emlb rke.d on board the HIimulatn" F,_b- oilth, o the 1;th inst.ear hp Grat Eastern has beem chartered
ru ;y Ilth f,..r Gilb rnltr'. Owing to a deftectti the ,n ther C re q e explosions_ in tbe cow 1%v the tea. E er I Fresh rMeat. ompny of Lcart-red
mnachiery tie T~ooper ti.eir u.Ctie tnwnLO i1sn, ul in", (,. t.t, N.S., on the 18"h in.,ia.t. ; 'a" teo mp't at irto Eupland from the United
twod:,vs mnUr.: ihe l pt' irqinu.s, 'isat il v effe'te thetl:d I o the nia lat It lo said that be wil
anl tie vtta n ... sued. Trhe I- .l i in Ie't oun the A.-.. .. h .tiC eI ..oring exp,- ition iL s uboiut t n the Ri;er P nte. It il said that s e Will
17th F- -'v. wn:t.ed to St. Geo(i',V. ro' PhorpI ctc, !o bfe Ft i ir ,-n l. iL Allan Yout:g, who vill ily 2,-10tI car-ervcs.
and emn.;irkt after i.-jpection bly Major-Genl. Sir- lcI;ave Erugland ifo Cape TPown in a yr.cht, thi. win- althazer Birou Compagniv, the Eminent Italhan
R. M. Laffan, K.C.M.G., R.E., on tlie 17th Novemn- ter, to make preparations. Scientist, is dead.

1 a1--At Ranidomia Viewed. :er in IT.M.S. "Cr':. ,ile-" f..r I-,lifax, N. The Amateur Thiealrical at Prosperl.
8---- th Re.:zimnEt fiom E',i udl in the i i're Troi.'p-
With our l.:prt.-.ut i.'. ie ..- fo:n,.-le i,-- other vo- s!i.ip, niow occupy the. qunteis i-t t. Geol;.te's. The Company which. under the management c f
lurm of the ,** -rmuLt Roy al 0:i .'l te,' the 5>::rd., hOther changes have Ie ~efectel in the ( Asst. Co'm. Genl. Randall, has hitherto been so sice-
U1 fUl filtil the olirVati...n u, i:lertalo-:u to our inl.- in ithe Con.i. oi f of ArtillEry nud Eni:iunc is. Ou e:cst-fuil in its dramatic representationR added o:'
sCiers and 1i.a..r., iii a n:a:nner, we trust, :I. ti.:- .th M:iarch tho Majoir-(,n rteral Coimi anilinng- in- Tue.sdavy lnt fresh leaves to its Liurels. heroeses "
f.,lory to tlh. Lu. It lan, been our :im anld enden- sp- eted thie : t:th O't PlropeO.,Lt aii.ld exp'ressed his Il a Coanledy in :'? Acts is a piece which presents eou-
your to make cur columLus t1 vehii'-le o:f interchange ti.sfac.iit l. On the 9th i March the Offiiers exhibited siderable' difficulty to Amrnateurs. The complete
of opinions oun current and other topics, nnd to con- a few relics of thde Zulu campaign at their M,-ss change from a picturesque spot in the Highlands of
tribute to the formation of a sound public opinion to an adndirin- class of visitors, among whom were Scotland, to an Inn in Portsmouth, and again to
ou all manuir of quest ions, whi.h can interest or niny of our Armerican eou.-ins, who equally with tilthe resitlene and garden of Sir Dnnilas 1flerries, is
improve the community at lar'ie. Since rearuilar ourselves appreciate frtritude. very tryinSg to the seernic capabilities of the
steam communication wilh New York lths exi-tcd, On the 22n l J-iunar the? Riht Reverend Ll:.w- gar'i.,',n Theatre. This, however. was very well
supplying v,-.,luninius '.i:lo. intelli;iieni.e thlroui 1h ellyn J.ones, D.D., Lord ilhop of Nevwfoundlandl manned, a nd thtimre between nats did not appear
tlhe American press, aud Ihe receipts .of B Iitish amr.1 anl Bctrmunia. arrived from Halifax in tie R. M. to me at all unreasonable. Perhaps the fact that
other newspapers hiave -- been more freirqunt, th, e 8. Btta" and ricm.-intd for a few days the gutst I employee it lby talking to the prettiest, girl in the
Editor has felt thie difficulty inciea:-ing of supply- of thie Governor at Mount Lanqton, afterwards Theatre may account for my satisfaction.
ing that selk.tion of news, which lie doemued riqui- j taking up hlis resid,:-nce at Eihop's Lo.-ge, Cedar TIe fir.-.t scene, riepreeouting a pi-niie onr the
site, within the narrow limits of our avillbhle space. Avenue. His Lordshippreanched in Tiinity Church grass, was very prettily arranged. The l-andscape
While thaukinrg our advertising patios for their on St. Paul's Day, 25tl Jajinary. On thie 27th le at Lack of the srieo-,, a v-ry offectivepainting, wa-'
continucd and soli.:itin.r their support in tlie was the recipient of an Addrless of Wel.-,nme by thlo executed, I am told, by Mr. Ambrose (7Go.ingg,and
comung year, we cau'assurethem that no effort shall Synod to which he delivered a suitable ieply. On the foulecround was prettily 'rrouped with real .e-
be wanting on ourp:irt to met not ouly their imme- the l(:th April he precsi-idL. at the 4th Annual dars. which accorded well with the Scotch firs in
diate requirements, but also to render our columns Mleeting of the Bermuda Church Suciety of which, tho lditan,:e.
by an arrangement of Home, Colonial, Briti'h and on special invitation, he cou.4ented to bec-ome Presi- Here inder the trees was spread a table* -lolli,
Foreign nw attractive to our readers, and, iu jus- dent, as bc-ing an in.tituti.- oromotive of our npin whi.h appeared thi usual provisiolis-fowls
tie.e to them, thereby really rendering our columns Church welfare. On the I Ith April thie addition andl teonie and salads. flanked by bottles of Bass.
as an medium of irncreasetd value, pre- to Pagets IParish Church Cemetery was c;.natecra- After the Asselmbly of the .-poitsmen and ladies
searing that idue equilibrium between ndvertisingr ted : on April 22nd the new (Ch'ianc:-loft. James's a brief conversation was carried dn, whilst thore,
and news spa,:-e as nuch as por-s.ile. With more churchh Soumreist:.t. was consecllrated : on April 20th who had notl0ing to say, empl-9yed tLeir time ineat-
space at command our editorial lahbours would iei two additions to the Hamilton Pari.h C('irich Ce- ing and diinking'-a real rzood time they seemed to
umuch less. and our exhibit would be muth more nIetery were co.nsec-ratedl. His Lordslhip visited have of it. Som.nof the chaff was very god, the un-
pretentious. Though in a re -.tii-ted litlId tl1erne must i 't. Geor'ges (in wo tcMvasioni, and assisted in har- fortunate Mr. Ru.t,,}s, a rich vulgar fellow, who
Lbe a cel'.k to incle'seCd 'utrerplizt-, it will, never- nmnizing action a onIn.- Cliurchmi-en, wlhih li as re- aspires to the ihmnd f Miss Herriri.p, 'got it hot all
theless, be on" end-avoi'r to keep ipace with the re- suilted in the Leois:lature honorably restoring- the round, fortunately lihe was a thi.-k skinned fellow,
qiiirements of the L.ur as far as. possible consistent withdrawn grant in aid of the mnw Chureh, and and (le jokcs cut at his expense ha.l, as lie said, no
with our ability. Dining thle fifty-three yenisof hi-I which with other count il:bntions will pr-rmit of the mcire effect than crackers thrown upTon i.e.
manan.ement, ilIe edit.,r Lasp. l sspsd thrr-ughi a varlicdl new Parlisl, Cihurch hbinr, coi:mpiletl.d. On April Durirr,..- this pi.:-nit.' scene. we fil thiat Captain
experience, ,aiu has from time to tieiuncr'eas1d Iis 1:3th Mr. Wt. Rf. Hi.iniirhami piutli.shed in the Croft is in love with Lilian Herries, and that Archie
plant to keep pnr-e in a measure with the aItuxis.h- GazzttLe" tIle account's ofte Bildino, Cu.mnlnittee. Ilerel.ei. a you g subaltern, is the admirer of
in-g pIrogr.s .-hicl i hlas marked that period. Confiimations were held in all the I'- i.s.hes and Mary/ Masoyi. adopted sister of Lilian.
During the year "the isolation of Bermuda" las 538 persons were cotnnuimed. On May !st (St. Phi- AIcM:,e rha, unfortunately, lost at. ecate a
(ecupied tihe attention of the Colonial DIefence lip and St. Jaines), the 2nd AnniVersiry of Dr.L. thousand pounds to Rui.,gles whic'i he is pressed to
Commi-siou, and the recominuendation has been Jones's .:'oniecration. a Deputatiou waited oin htim pay but cannot.
made that pirper cable connec-tion should be estab- after set vice. in Trinity Church aild presented a Orders for active service come, Rug.les insists on
listed forthwith with Halifax and tire WestIndies. purse of 42 IE 3 from the Bible Class, which His payment and Archie has to sell outi. This action, so
In the prescu: advancement of science such a liga- Lordship had formed, in aid of the Newfoundland extraordinary on the eve of war, is put down by
ture as a cable becuon.,r. a necessity of the most Cathedral Completion Fund. Of His Lordship's Archtie's gra.udfather, SirDoug'aa, to cowardice, and
pressing kind, and, without it, Bernluda is de- sermons and lpublic- acts while in Permuda the the young fellow is ordered from his presence. He
prived of mi t of her value as a commanding Na- "Gazette" gave f:om time to time a faithful epi- goes, but it is to enlist in a Regiment just off tothe'
val and Comr.ercial Station. Thie diverting of Mi- tome. We ih:lve reason to believe that hi.i seol i es eIt of wa'r.
litary attentmn to Eastern subjects of enterpl i/ to the Chur.-h1! and to the Isinu,] were re ihllv ap- The-re.'of course, 1e distingu-i:-hs himself, saves
'mid large exienduiture.'s has acted Iagaiiint tlle car- pre-:iatcd, and, that i, is next iit in 1.9,2 iN looked t, life o-f his eld friend Tonm Croft, is hit, is laid
r yin ,g ,out of -lich a work. But the tib.a-,tautiil re- f:-..rwlid to with plea in niticipati,.ns. On AsO l..w by f,-ver, is re-poited 'lealt, is mournrued by all a'-
\ iv.l of Pauala. C.tnal ..i.hcncs-s tad thn calm iof a ou.sion Dr.-Iy (M V 71'D everin i s n-ervice in TiinitY iome, but r:tiru-n strong and well as Sergt. FHeirie.e,
little c1 lnJi: r,:t, i wil: ditl:.i al to tlIe co:m- (IChinc His L,.,lbip p:len, ed lis farrw ll s of Ihe 9n.thi Tluke of Edinl.,ur i's Regiment, le-
lpl-titi.t of':,ic i a -vital liiLk in the: Ileft.enr.B of BI-r- mAn, emri l-u:riiiinL, th.e next dayu on I,,ard HI. M. S. c.: mmein '.d for the Victtoia Crcoss, and promised a
ini.da .- a t.- -Izruph ,r ab:e. Druid"'' for St. Johu's, Neewioundland, a uassae Commi.-.s'icn.
On. the 7th Janua:ry H. M. S. Northampton," having beenu indly tendered, admitting of his stia Immediately up\un his departure to Zululand
Captaiu Fia ,-r, arrit\e, at. Ber-uiuan, bearing thti being: prolo,,nged anotlier fortnighit. A series of Mary Mua.son hiad also disappeared, unable to bear
Fla, oi Rear-Adluiral Sir F. L.eopold M-Cliutock, orne:tints of thIe Pew Renteis of Trinity Church, the reproaches heaped upon her Archie. Before lie
F.R.S. The .\dmital luandel and paid hiis le-sperLts lanilton, was ihel lto create a more sa:ti.-factory embarked he married her, and at the elo.enof theplay
tof thel Goveruor. arnd a f.'tw da.;y aft,.r ditenilurikeJd ,,tate of (Chirh set. i,:.- in the Palish, without in she returns to her old home at Sir Douglas Hterrie.',
witlh Liiady i'(-C'lintoc.k ,nid family aind took uip Iris any way ime ri it. A (f ing it. A diver'ce of olii. to Ihear first. that her' lnuband is dead, but immedi-
itsidered at :i'arEnrce Hill, vacated Iyv Aduirail and 01o, LEtt wecun the REtu:.;torand tIe Pew Renters. iesult- itely afterwards to see him return to the delight of
Lady Inul hfi-ld, Nwho s.:iiledil .n thi lt- I Janu.:aly d in matters l.,ing" l, ft nrncihanged, but letter all.
for England in H. MI. 'Bellr-rolpho u," financial terms wer' 'oefiered for a new MIiuistr.. Thnos, wwho were not present should certainly go
on the Static-n biy Ad1niral W>elh.e.Ly, ),,eeuit'n r iThe s.-rvice.- of R,-v. PR lph Owen Yeari.Iey, M.A to night. I may not cdis.:uise ihe fact that ther.-
lSthl, 1,S73, rl which l :l al-u :.i.iv t as Flan"-.'hip who has just anriv,:l here. i-ave: bec-n obtained for a are tarts of the play which appear rather draw
for Sir A. C cp r Kr-y. On thi. 2- '2thi Jannuary Ad- limited period of ab-ence from his Rectory in Eng- out, but. no doubt to re-write or cut it down, would
rnu'rl 'Cli!;tock sailed in the Noitharipton" on l:inll, on account oif hiis wife's health, and the lihpe hn\e been hazardous and certainly troublesome.
his VN st Initn cruise arriving at ,ar-ladoson the i that hiiq niiii-trations may prove efli-,.cions. The acting t.hroualiout sustained well the high
the 2oIth. Tobago, Tiinid:,ac, G-Iren,.a'ia, St. Vili e-ut, (uOn the Iith JTanuary a Ma-inie 'onrt of Iuquiry character of the Company. Mirs. Kennedy toolk
Domini,_.a, .Antigua, St. Kilts and Jumnica were wais opened on thie r Baiue North C'arolina" the part of M[ay Na-son: with great skill, affordingi
vi.-itcd. At Kigston, Jamaica, the Cus.., Magi-s- stand d on tlie N. W. leef.., Iut it was discovered by her quiet manner a ood contrast to the spark-
irates and C:tiznsi presented Adminril M-ti'Cliitok t i lt tlhe Curt ha1,,l no jtui:dictition, Act No. IS, ling and vivacious acting of Mr.-. MacDonnell, who
with a complimentary addnires, iecallingliss-hrviesSrs 1,Si,. iu firce to end 1S 70 having, in lS69 l-beecn con- posse:.'s s gri,:nat talent, nud is indeed a valuable ne-
as Commodore at Jamaic.a, to whih lie iedplid with tinned to end 1S79. The Gove-rnor it( once dci- quisition to the Company. Mrs. Randall as the spin-
characteristi-, moniesty. On the 23rd March thle dedlc on calling a special session of the (olonidl Pari- st-er aunt. was adnmirtably got up. and took her line
Flagship returned lo Bermuda. On the 29th Marchi liament, to remedy the matter, whir-h wa.s accord- remarkably well. One could not expect her to be
II. M. S. "Pacehante, Captain Lorid Charles Scott, july opened on the Il-th Janiual. The Act to grave all that time-she had not been "in thevine-
arrived at Bermuda from tle W(-;.t Indies with en.power the taking of evidence in thL. c-ase of tilo e ar euiet" Iong enough-her .nunil(tion is al-
Princes All.eit Viator and Geor,g- oif Wales on str:nd,'d vessel ],.Tu.siied in (C'lmniittee iu the ways clear, a charm, perhaps one of the greatest
board, for ed,'.'-ational purposes, attended by their Aseilly. As tl.. Bu.ard- of Trade -ulsequently charms of good acting, the want of which marred
tutor ithe RP'.. J. N. lialton. The B.necli. int acted ~uilh legilatiouIn was I unneI--c'ary-the cap- to :-somn extent whnat would have been better if
emnini:d iht.-e till thoe 1:th April then returning to was ceusured and iis ciertifin.-ae fr-r a time somi of the other actors had spoken out a little:
England. Ju the interval, suchlin ie in" w ouilI he susp-ndedl-and waT here obl:jected to 1s louder.
.-prred nou d 'uly, wa:s plearf:intlbync.. nit Iy tn10 in-' a,.n unwecom precedent. A sueneral i iatuie o Sir Doi/los I-erl/is (Mr. Gosling) showed that he
I'rinc.-, thr ,nlgh their kindl cou.idrlation of the Gov- i was en-t-tial aand the Colounial Parlian..ent was po- possessed a ide range-from the half-witted
ernor and AduniliA, Lady M'C(litock and Lady rToued on the l.thr February--the Governor .sta- I youth, Sainiw/y, to ani old grandfather. His makc.
La ianu. Receptions w,.er.:- given at Clarence Hill tin g in 1iis Speec-h that tire Postal Ret.eipts exhibi up) in all thle acts, was good atad his actions and
and Mount Langton. and the people -.f Bermuda ti- a mar-ked and ratifvinar increase, that the Re- realiug of the character well studied; buthe wants
had an opportunity of meeting these distinguisheJ venu1'.e of ti,- Colouny for the 'year en!ed DTc.:-mber miore voice, no doubt lie will obtain it a the boards
visitor.j. Excursions were made to thn Lihit i3, 1 s9, amounted to '-,i 613 1P 4 ; ExpenituIe become ru.ore familiar to him.
House, the North Rock, St. George's, &c. The 27,.;75 I,!', shewiun balance on huu:l '.1 C. Capt. -olt, ivs Mijor llerries, was well within his
weather for a few dayi s was unfavorable ; on Mart-h hie existinaE ss-iion was opened May '25th, by His powers, and enacted with an ease which minde all his
2i-;.0( too iou,_r:b to land. Thel Plinees weiu un- ;Excell-ucyv Maj.r-General Sir R. 1M. Laflaun, K.'. performance ngrc-able. ArchielHerries, (Mr. Wood)
able t'r atteci.:. at Pi.,spect, the reCiption ,tivn iu : M.i;., R.E., in a l-.n'thrv Speechi. TIhe same dciy was at timnies excellent, tlie opening scene was
their honour h y 1the 9thc Io o n- in"g to thIe h rn-at,. Lit,, i tinte hC-oveirnor entertain' d at Lunch at Mo,:unt Lan-- not ver--y stontg--i.uit it is a poor piece of writing.
nature of the weather. On Monday. I2tlh April, thei tuna tie- Memih cn cf both Iouses of the Legislature. His love waking I thoua-git very natural, and his
P inc-s laid ti1e foundation s-ru-re of the Sailois, ni _______ -denmeannor o.n hiis return from the war, well assumed,
Marines Ilonie at Irelant-i Islaind, contilibuting to and effective a-ting.
its funds from their own pocket rt:oney. On that I Tihe EncilIt M1ali5 of 9ah Dec. y t, Cro/t(Mr. B'resford),averydiffieultehiarac-
auspi .i.:us oe.asion Admiral M-Ciihtoi k remarked ter, did linri:.elf much credit. Pei-haps in the de-si-e.
iu r-ef-.-rence to tHie course pursu,.-d Ily trhe Prince] ThIe Royal Tail Steamer "BPtt," Captain Shaw, to';k, fp u:p the foinial manner and curious speech of
andu Princess ,f WVales.-' I think it would bedifli- ariivel at St. Geoni e,' : on Thurs,;;ly eveniu.i: list "th lIe period" ie lo.-st effects whi.h louder tours
cult, indeed, to find an i1-strnce of greater p,.lf-tdi- from ilalifnix, \kith thie Euglis-h Mail of the 9th would hIave given, and weakened the contrast of his
nial,p :arential devotion ad cour-age thau tihey have in.-:taut. This Mail was brought to Halifax by hope and disappointment in hiis addresses to Lilian.
::hewn in thus p.ating with their twvo only son, the Staimer Sardiiain, arriving ou the 20th. -but for nall thiat, the part was cleverly conceived
fur lung and distant educational voyages to visit The R. i Stc ameor De/a call- at Turks' Islands i and well carried out.
many a Eriuih land, to see with their own eyes, :.,th in going to and returning from Jamaica this Ru!les (Mr. Moore.) played very well-good
and to learn many a lessou of practical life, which tip, .nd n ill ..ntinue so to do on erach e'- strong speech, apparently no nervousness, and an
will remain iicdlibly tixed in tlihei' inemonres. feeling trip until further noti-ce. I assumption of rough vulgarity.which was admir-
On the llt, May the "Noithanpton" ailed fcr ,,, able. If this was a first appearance, as I am told
Halifax, whence the returned ou the -rth OC tober, "' "aru w;as the imne of the orcfer of tThe 19th a e. th wal ai apea a a th
Lavin;, in tlhe int,:-rvtl disited St. Jolh, N.B.,- Reia1luert h,,,: eathb we ,lattld i otur lst :.s I believe I reeognzed Sli Hi rs Willie, doing"
were-tepr.neofa Flagship wa,,: .sue a rr- | ie Le tl at i-lr:, of typh':,l Jeames" as,, if he had been brought up to it. And,
lity as to attract a shoal of v-itors--Qu,:,Le fo r-', aidl to h;ve lIeu contra:ted in P ermula te- v the bye, I dare s he has had reat of pra-
and St. J ohn', Newfoundianul. The Admir iial and fort- ];ti er,:rka I in ri in tn: to,,! hp C(ceodite. ti| e bt hat Irt h f business s iat real picnics in the
his Officers w.sic loyally 'eceivcd at al thos. pnrt Th ctheir tthuer alud.Ie to as te in- ill tf the Siare oust.-- if th-,. professionals "t Jeame.s."
an:l entertain. d, whiile \ iitmrs .-x'.-.e.rIedtl,,:ir Li'h- di-ena'- was getting r better. ThIe after piece was a very brilliant little oper-
e.t sati..ifacu tiou ith thlie outfits of tlie shiip, and thu Thie tlhernonioeter was as low a. 11 at Halifax etnta calkld "Cups and Saucers." I don't mind
high qualifications of her nmen and .flfic-ens, dIning, the- .snap 1_ric:h prevailed about tihe time the ,.onfirsiung tiat I wish it was to be repeated to-


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LONDON, Der. 17.-Mr. Wm. Peuce Jones, w-ho
has hIein irade a uicimr ol '- PBoycolling." write to
the Times~ P flinws:.- I" anim getting some resolute
iren from s disliance, well-nared, to rrepince lihe
intboiers w! o hve etll. Two polier-nit skle

the hrtone, antd fonr othutr r re sta lioned near ray
farm. I have applie-d rfor mn-re protection, and
troops are promised me on Friday."
LONDON, Decr., 17..-Mr. Hartland, a Conseivn-
live, was to-day dc-clared to lie a member of the
1Houpe for Evrsh am. A'teir the list genornt elec-
tion Mr. Rateliffe, Lil-ieral, was iinseialed on peti-
tion frr l.Tibeiy. Sulrcqnenilly Mr. Lphanran,
Liberal, was elleted by 78 vonlt against 276 voleq
for MIr. Dixon Hartland. Mr. Harliand claimed
the seat, with the result Ihat Mr. Lehaman wasu n-
spated for hrihbiv. A scrulinyc-f the ballot result-
ed in the scaling (if Mr. Hariland.
A despat cl from Cork to thle 7Tim7s ays: There
is a great. anti of eniiloymnent throughout the
country, owing to the dMisnelinnalin of landlordi
to lay out money. At several meetings held larm-
ois were summoilnned to give employment (to laLor-
eci. The ',ent of the Earl of Coik was reque-led
to provide labor on the Earl's eInatee near ('barle-
ville, Counly Cotk, and he has just inlimtrnd that
liP %till order work in that locally and give cie-
ployment iintil March, 1?81."I
The Times, in its leading article on the Irish
qucislion, tbis morring, say: : The followers of
the Governmebt are emIiirassiedl, and for lthie most
part do not know bhat to na-y, vhile a few are bold
encuhi to express their re.rot at Ihe line their ld-0-
els hfve Tpursurd." Mr. \1'hlieani', (.ne of ilte
iu(.nt respected Libelals in bthe Honsoof Comnmons,
speaking at Ecolford, I'.st night, deeiibted vividly,
the ifipn -(.I iircr hit h lin d left no honest callhii
safe in a large rirt (Jf Ireland, and avov.-et-d his
feeling 1hat the lime i hr a waived wh-n Ithe Gorver-
ment might be compelled to use coercion." Theo
writer then proceeds: ,' here have been Libhiril
Goveinments before the p]Iesent Government, ern-
Larrissed lby Irish difficulties; hbut they have not
been sheck lo do whaf tbey could to asset Ihe an-
tholi!y of the law. Tlhe econfra.i-T ltelween the spirit
ol those times and bthe spiiit prevailing now is little
to the credit of the Gr vrrnnment or to that of tha
piies-Bnt geiiei lion. One of the worst evils eoise.-
qulent on Ihe Gr.v alnn;(r.t!'r .atti td, i tl.e -eftfect it
mlu sl have on thie ri -iption in IrtIluid of
Iltir reine- i h.l1 b. p is li n. It s'!r. uhd l e icc'ir-t r
r.e a sFi.' frc-tiin ,It Jul-tlic-c, b.t it is tI. prul..l-h
tht:. i. w ill be i:rci-ir i- .t c.,ne"s-ion thi!: lal:'-
le.;. Wi. Wh whih tlhI --. -;, v-i a :<'.dat did- rot ven-
lule to piapple. It am.itli'y fivl hARinds are? n.t
t:-tntriil in the tml-m in w-'h1 h L- !ty L,-ve h- iime !- l'
It ivill still he said iba. rihia iq k ,ivacn i, It.e result
of the demoriiiatlion of the irrcistlahle d poter of a
pcolde df inminr-ot o lv-re their non way. The I
niostl, false ind foolish nolioon-n i'ill..e Ihius tonlirm-
Ud in the briuin of tie lii. b ipe-an!I. The short-
coniiug of the Geo'erinieiit ilLus Ihire-aten u. with at
recurlience of difici-lhi-s in;uie. for iLtir cun-
ducel, will encouiiiaet a reprlition of tbe i lucic-. wi h
which they have not venturei-l to grapple."
LONDON, Dee. 17th.-'Ii e "Times continues to
deprecate the quiescenlt attilude of thie G.ovtern:mut
in the matter of lawlessrne-s in Irehland, and denies
reports (itof fearful suffreri=g anioig Itie C nne, niara
colouits in Minnesota.
J.iitice Mlay will preside at the trials of tlhe
Laiid Leni-ir'gr, notwilthftudiog the protests.
LONDON, Dec. 17.-The Giand Oiange Lodge
has detet mined to make every exerfie-u to re-
lieve.Mr. Janes. His shbep wais shipped to Liver-
pool ye.le.-lay without oplio.siti,,n and his burned
castle will be shipp-ed-to-day.
Ni.w Yo.K, Dee. 17.-A Dublin de.-patch .ayvs,
duringg the stalking of the names of the jury yester-
daty, al eaci r ian-r' stie-k if ( lby the (.'iotna, Mr.
Dillon ( trLver'e.ii:' cc-rnel anrid cunsirn of John Dili-
on) cried '- anrter P l.plst," r ehnlierw.ise called ail-
t'ntion to the factl. though the Master of the Crown
Office severely reprinitnled hirl. Some Catholics
aie included in the iimaininug 24 persons in the
panel, but the probability is that a great niijority
of the jury will be Proiest.a:in. Opiiiions dPiltr re-
garding piibable ineliationsnof the jury, bul it is
not generally considered tiavorable thus fat for the
RIlNsTATED.-1,000 person sassemnilled in Kil-
more, Courily Mayo, ard reluil1t the house from
which Mrs. McNichol wia. e-vict-d. The rebuilding
occupied ciour houis. 'I hey then icitistaled her
arnd left t'rec mot;hs provisions. A large nuitber
of police vere ut the scene, but ,iid not intrh re.
When all was over the people quietly dispersed in
marching o.rder. Each section of the Land League
was headed by its own band.
Nrw YO'ni, DEC. 17-Cable Specials sates (that
there wais a painlril scene between lIheQucen and
Mr Gladslone atl Viiiidor over thie Irihli question.
Hier Majet3 urir.itig the Premier very decidedly to
resort at once to foice and crush the disorder In
SLONDON, Dec. 18.-Mr. Those. O'Coiuner, M. P.,
has just returned lo Ldouu from a tour of the Pro-
vinces, during which he delivered many Lectures on
the present condition of allairs in Irelun'd, and aims
i:ud objects of the Land Leagtne, very miuch iv the
line of hIis graphic and tibsrbiiing paper ia the lait
Ccwderiqtr'ty. Hie said ti me that he believed that
the rilualiotu iu Irelandl was moist grave and thieat-
cuing and that a bloody Christmasti was not at all
improbable. In his lpiniiou the greatest danger was
to be apprehended iu the West, where every man ins
armed to the teeth, and wheiro all have revolvers,

many rifle of tho most approved paltern, and no
incousiderable number carry both kind of weapons.
The entire interest of the hour iv centered in
Ireland and the Land que.tion. It is clear to most
people that the Queen's Giveinnmeut no longer has
aun existauce in the sister is!ind, but. has heen sup-
perseded, at lea.-t for the pre.--,nt, by tho Laltd Lea-
gue whose decrees aie now pronulpated in open day,
executed with promtitudie nud vigor, anmd respected
implicitly. The League, as by the way it did in
1843, has opened its own "' Law Courts" for tlhe
tiial of eases and disputes, and ithe ordinary tribuni-
als might r.s well be closed., because no witness
will ;ipj ear to te-t.ily before them nor will any of(
theirjury's eounvict. The slhpkeepers in the ti.wu,
who are (,bnioxious to the Land Leltie are ,uv
Boycotted relentletsly. Mr. Glhtdstone has gin.e
to Hawarden, tind other weibbers of the .'ab-
iuet have departed to their respective hotnme to
sped a "*Merry Christmas," l-aving alas, a nmo-it
sorrowfuiCh(.'iristmas to (houtinuds in Ireland. Lon-
don meanwhile is getting full of Jrirh refugees, and
to-day a lady writes to a paper begging that somei
vacant sheds in Siuthl KensiLngton Museumi may bec
set apart for the use of her fellow-exiles. Faiilives
that were comfortably off, oreven rich Ihree mouths
ago,-are now in actual poverty. In the Clubs an:d
Loudo l papers there is, as the able inlforium youth
daily, a great outcry against the inactioni o the Guv-
erinent. The Radicals everywhere feel that the
present events in Ireland are but a prelude to simii-
lar successful agitations against landlords in Eng-
A dispatch from Dublin to the Times 8sasI Ihe
loyal farmers and trades iu many couutiex hitherto
undisturbed, are fielding very reluctantly to the
pressure put on Ihew to ji-ia the Land League and
subscribe to its fund. In con.sequeuee o the re-
ftusal of Mr. Gladstone to assist AIr. Boycott, the
English public will Le appealed to for aid. The
Times in a: leading editoriall :irticl? this rnoniiin',
says the G.,verminiemns la:4t and unnecessary bkande.1
is.Mr. GlIds.toue's reply to Mr. Boycott's demand
or assistance by the Government, which is conceiv-

eld in a spirit thit will lpr.-voke much di..-nli-faetioi.
Public' opinion C.-inot libnt he 'tffeiUled. by Mr. G!a.-.
stone-' kltter, which ik devoid o(f natural syuilpatlhy
rind conceiv-ed in a spirit of pettibshie-s a^iigr:e;t Mr.
1o3 \eott. fur having neeitated the em ploylnent of
t 1rps. Unsatislnctory *,.4; the action of ihe Govern-
ment is,aind unable it- they are to agrie. we nmuist.
still re-taii thini if for ino) other ireaoi thanli lihi we
shliold not elianive horses while e i'ciing fa .rean.
It is to be hoped that they will brae theinmsolv-s
lip when the imit ofI legislation comes, Ihowever linmp
may be their attitude as an Executive G-i vernnont.
The folelwiing i.t the text of Mr. Gildstoine's let-
Ier in answer to that sit Mr. Boycott asking for Gov-
emnment aisistance.
To Mr. C/as. Boeotlt :-
Mr. Cladst(.ne has received .iour let.: r of the 8th
inst. lie det-ires me to say that he is not, rure in
what way he is to undersfaad your reqquit for aksi.-
taiince from the Giovernment. It ha-; begin very hirgr-ly
Lfli'-rded you in thle iuse of ptblie fore,. Beornd
Ili it is the duty f Ihe (Governinment to use it.< '.et
exertions in the enforcciemnlt iof exisingI law. which
tevy are endeavoring to enlfiree throughout tho
courts and ly asking when necessary, the'-
nrce of thie Legislature to amend or enlarce thie
naw, a matter of mnuh ilnportauce, on whliie-h you
coin of course only receive information fioaetLher
with the public generally. SEYMOUR.
CORK., De. 18th.-It is italed tiht offergn of help
are ponritit in uponl) Mr. Jloies One friend a
body of Eijglihi l,\v, e,.- but if is th,-ou,!it. better to
get a few nmen ibrouilit in qiiid.lly. Joiie annonne,-is
his intention of throwing all hi.s fart into pasture
afnd leaving the 'iiinttryv.
NEW Yor.K, Di-e. JSti.-C 'able specials Rlt,- t0h:t
the 1 a1te of Iinxietty ard, fear %liehl nmw exit, iii
Ireland is sinrtliil'iv illuitraited by 'i declar;ition t,)
tlihe BJ.',ie 1i 13- 1t jury inii;p.innelhII d in one'iff le t-eeverI
inurdi-r e-ises horty ii-, be I iid, tiha t(he-y d> not
and should not. eoiisider oi biiindii their oatlli ti give
a v-rdlet, acc<.rdinigr toh liir en'eiene'. b`eau u- a
verdict of guilty would inevitably cost then their
Jiolvit Diow-ue, ill elo).i tllhe ? 'c,.iinIjulgt f.,-izes
Pnid tl mt. of 21- jure rl snuinionI-d., ol halilf hbd
attended, and the abentees would be fined ".)U each.
Jivnepli O'Kelly, 3I.P., has instructed his solieitors
to begin an action for asnsailt nEnaini. the inaistrtesrs
iwho hroke up the Land LeL':.iir- ant Broo'kslb.oriiugh,
Dec. 7.
Orders have been rceivrte. a Queivnow!) for tlie
disp. :.fth of -Il inmarine- to C('I ik;!t ; i i i i.: h lii'v.d
it' c'onti-eliii w\ilh the l .,yei- tis:g" t ..e- a-i .-,.. L;v-
erpool c.,1 S ien-,h l"Vi-r r,..o-? .e, t, r,,<-.i e J.|II.,''
f Levi), tl:e L nmd a. h:i e h ling t!ri,,:-.!.-d i te n.
Si KLIs,. ]h)(.. 17.--. h..- Cleh ne Cj:dc'e c rr.lirri.,
lth ruinor olf.the pit( p.'tt., c-. iorn of 'Cr.:-le o fei'r-
DUBLI', D*e*i. 1I7.-The mrast, r :f II(-, Kili nirrii,
[far it 4-1 Io,-i ircd Ir.o'ice i0:,; ihe L ind Leagu.-
ei-s ( f their ini'clit ion I r P no e.;.t !i:m.
POnT:i- :urnr, I er. 17.--The Irr.n s fro'v Iropw -
ship Assi,;tance, -Il.ich is aboju to ul derao iefilinag-
has- boeon r-id(erie' to be iin ui!innss to procett ld nith,
in 12 hionus inotic? on a sis-'ial voyage ioj Iriland.
NEW YORK, Dee. 19.-A' D)iblin .i ei:i
oil -:aturday sap : "" Great excitemnient prevaiils i11
League e;rel- t,i-ni;hit inu -eotf'ii,-i tuec1 ii f l ie ian-
noutt.lCeeint t tit prolibitiin by tle G0,verinllelit of
e-vetial land meeting that haid ibeen .rranged hir
to-lir rruIw."
LONDON, Dee. 18.h.-The Tfihn. (ayv there is
great niiierthainly in lr'.aird to the dlre<- of (rit re.'-
int that 11. ill be e-stabhished at tLe sittingns Ic their
C'ibi net., at which remedial legislati :n ii to be
di siubjc-t of the Iri-h land quletstion an aii-eelueut of
the Cabinet is rather dehioui.
LONDON, Dee. 19.--ii is uuderstood that Forster
reltirns- ti Ireland. slrengtlhiitd by tiith aIssuranice
that mi.asu'ires; will be initr,,ducd at. t ihe opening
i1 the .s .-ion, including Ihe tusipe-ii.--oi of the
habeas corpus act.
LONDON, Dee. 19t1h.-A Lain]d L;-a,. neeting
was held ari .Mullin-gar C_'infy, VWestieli, to-day ;
10,1100 per isos were present.'
LONDON, Dec. 19th.-2.10) ptrsins attempted
on ,Satirdaiy to week the re.ideiice of Mr. DIown-
ing, a Ju-stice of the Pe-ace at. Boniiieaiion, County
Mayo, after lie had servi-d wrlitsa eI, elmeni-n il lin
*ntile tolialits. The police kept thi-u back ;it lthe
point ol the brno=iet. t Downiei e ealpid to Dublin.
LONDON, Dec IS.--Lobert \.'. Biyil, replying
to HI-ana's chilletue of a wei-k ao,, to rtw R r:n-e
with him fir 500 a side. n fortnight after his iatchli
with Laycoeck, which is to take place- on Laruiary 17,
iL-k-d HIaian if he would double the timie allowed
in that cLalleuge. I-lanlai adhei',a to hi original
fier. Hle tai he cannot reniain in Englalnd huiger
and that. he onty,:d his chl llenge in ordei titat
there might be no di.ubt of his wvillinrgkea to row
any comer.
Capt. Carey, who became widely known in con-
neetiol ni th the death of the French Prine'' Inipe-
rial in South Afrie., lia determined to jtoin rliu
transport service, leaving his regimeniiielt, ihe 9sth, indi
cea-iu to be a combatant officer .
R.:v. Mei'rs Pelham, D)ale, and Eu f.rlb t- he
cler:ryien who where recently iinpli'i,,i'.,l by order
of Lord Peiiaaue-e, otf hlie Coiurt of Arches, lor ritii-
lidie practices, have b:-en released, 'peinliiig an ili-
peal to the Judicial Coinnmittee of the Privy C'nUiecil.
The Queen weut to Ohbornie Ihiuse, Isle of
Wlhite, to-day. Mr. Oladstine was her guest at.
Wibsor castle e onil T'hnursday, andi it is to be hoped
satisfied his Royal entertainer that Irelnl w\as

still under hbr rule. I hear that ninanv uippe'als
have been made to Her Maje.ty from Irish ladies.
If tho Marquis of Ripon is cImpeclled to return
from India on account of his Lealth. it is sup-
poseLd that the Earl of Dufferin, now Anibas:.adil to
Ihie (C'out of St. Petersburg, will be o aitd to imccieed

The annual inspection of the dt;ih (-outh D)evon-
shiroe) R i.gimenrit, Lieut .'ol on-, I. t; -'" itt, by M:.-
jor-Geci-ral I). Ander-oi:, Comianuidi,ig li tuntry
1 iigadi e, which '-was c'jminir iien ei i ,.n W .liiu-.m y by
Itie linpr.-ciion ir the l. arir1:c, s, l ' fI'l.'d yeidtr< -.'t Tie r.'entT ecr u1'..s irn i,;'iric ii tnn
both days, iarl in coni equti'cL eof this the iruarching
oidcr p;'atle y.est-eday for-noil la I l it, be h l'Id by
coanipar ies iu their ,-ictiive bairick rooms. In
the alter rouun, Iihe weniler ihavin. el.:'iared a lit-
tle, tLe re-iienI, in review order a as fin med up on
the Noil h F Front. i line at optu order, :nld irectiv-
ed the iuipeEcing officer u iiih ai genial salute. .Al-
ter.Ihe r..ulia b had be.?u inspe 'ied lii? lr'-iiI-intL
marched past in column of d-ubtie cccompl.ies, in
quarite column in quick! time and at t.-c double,
ufter which line was lefdi ntid on the original aliga-
ment. Thie manual an I firing ex. rcise wve.'e Ih 11
performed under the u deis ul -Br-vl Liult.-.'.lo-
nel Richardson, the Rsenior i:majorj, arnl Ithe biy, oet
exercise under Major John, thlie junior irnUj.r,',alter
which a series ofl 'ritlalini ariu li:-i iiiimli V
!;il:. fl m en T-?i fcex,.eutCd llh'ted l ,,U!.-t.'l'ul
Bli:i:.eirt. Unioio unr.iv they i l ii ni b l0 ii h lcdl
ol' df l rini, ; tbe- ca l;.-i lOi'i. of t'L c a''tiLo dI ..,
c:.- d in u i.6 ,u. th i:;.'I cilj to a
Ve-a..-" etroni .LU coi;,c.;luu i T. Ii 'r..i- to
m ain .bi ; o ff the1 r. .r:,,' qultJr c., n.m iva, I<.,o-xr-
t1 rnd Mi,,l jr G( n i -i A tli-r- n iril .' ;i .ln.ire-seud'ur.,ta i J .ir, n r.. \-t r ,.,xt -, .; iii s ,i. h i ,s limiuit'in iio
at state oi the R, gimneit, which ; wild, he sta-
led, enable him to report veiy faiojurlibly upon it.
-Gibraltar (Ahtoicle, Yo'. 1 9.

The Parislan, tle In(est addition to Ihe All in
i Line, has been linnobed from AI rs. Napier's
I yard at Govan. H1r dimcnqiorntrc! as follows :-
Length of keel. -14'I ft.: hbroadilh rf beam, *4 fp.:
depth c-f hold, 'i30 t., 3 in.; di'plar-,ment, '11,0"i
lone, gives register lonr.nle .5,500 tons. The n.?w
ve-~el i- built of s'eel, and combines all the latest
improvements in naval ar.htitectur.', and cluris
Admirally cement In tthe I,otiim-a novelly in this
class of ship, by hbiel about 160 (on. is addrd to
her dead weight carrying capaitv. fHer ownpt,
havinzf kept before them the po-,,ibility of (he Ad-
mirally in Limes ofwar wishing to utilise her hkr
troop-carrying or fast c uising, haive filfilled all
.the Government requirements i sanich cases. Ten
water-tight bulk-beads hare been, therefore, filled,
and the engine and Ltiir casin i fani] coal hun'i,.rs
have been' niade taterr-light. I-Hr yrcrd. size annil
FpeoIe. iher s!oraige of Ii.c-I enpacitl, wlich wounnl
enaaile her lIu inlinke a lonag voi)rne, wi.ho"cut a strp-,. would enidtr her a vrili-thil,' a-liliton to our
Iransport seiviroe in w.-, lihil.t with her double
bottom. tilled wiih water-ballnst, sc.e -'ould have
suffie!r-nt slabilily io I.? armad, and ..ius to render
valuable service, if nece=aat. an rimed cruiser.
-.Army' andl Y.V (. Go:teit', Noveabter :J.

UNDITinAiiLE I0.Eti3.1NTTR.--rA'-aEn (nthe f5'7
stcela:.te passengers who w"re Ianiled from the
SIq;lpia sleirday were ;14 Soc!ilists3-24- mon and
10 women and children. On Nov. 3, the %,ci:tlists
organ in Hatibiirb..r the Gerihis:elfin,, was siijUprae-
e-d 'ird i00.) Socialists were orderte! 17 name to (jIit
tho ctyv within lthren inyV. Of ithat nuin;bor 3-1
concll'.d-- it would be lbr.tte th:it to~ o to nt Ir p'.t< JOf (ieran.v, ailnd iin the
risk oi further conipuil the nvw arrival f:oi 1-i i1r lc.ii ar1. a for10er nc in.-
I-er ifll. 1ie,.Ita abI. one o h clieif wrilfeis
on the (Get ;'i./dri.ung; .1'sr I'i-ast. Lelos?,
O.,detibuig, and Hillmao, of the e.!itoiial flall.
anid Mo.-srs. Mans, a i, uiiiann,, Schele. Keul-el,
and GO iefenberg, corpo;itcrrs. Judlging from their
appearance, the I;oiearnnient conferre'd a favor upon
them when it su)prp;,ed liVe psap:r. A pcur.'r
looking lot tlhani the ,:1 avevr paipatd through I1
I Garden. Every one of lhim, down 1o the uiallest
child, had a stripof red faninel tied in his or her
bultonlhole. Thi-y we-e minet ly Jutlusi Schwab and
a delh'.at-ion of N-u -VYoir: S .eiali- nb ho Lroulit
with Itb.-n a a tlu !e ', c.'l -I-nm, tn i T.I ,by a red
filn Into thi. j th-. c y ll ,.. t a.. < the stra:'. 6rs
wa.s piled, and th--n f(oring in i.- ..iI ion bel;niidl
Schwth.l the'v mnai,-hei to th S'j thli -'vr:-y St.,tion
of tull e!,-ra;te ru.iirG l, aand w vie ansnortld to
No. 4 S -anrlon :-irect, twh:iC, iht:. \ill remain
Ior the pri-sent. hey bare rery litnt money, and
do not knri'w yt ",.'hat .l T-y are g0i.,, to do for a
liviUg.-U.Vca' ,] 27' 2'it'eN, Nv. .30.

Iroim the oi t I eDuon ( ',,'I. a; ) P, s, ?, 17.
Ooe of the ma raoiltieRing anvd cu: iou, itf na:u-
ral wvoider-. is hbe cavo e siutl.d on i, Diy- FYork of
Anow Creek, in l!:- belt Mj"uu nain. aoil dliseov-
e ed Lb M-.sits. Lambnlerl andi Carutl.ers about boe
1sl of .Alu~Ugt laqt. It is a large in which ig
half n li te of no l iip of unknown depth, and at
the time of di.ise'rvy !.iad albr-ut 10 i:i hesi of waler
on the top. ''i(: rave i, .i unknown extent. as theo
wafor 1icveil.t.d ii ,; .lu!- *.-;,! pl,.r. iioo. The i ,.-
gives er-rv i!i' J..tUij'i c e i .i i gr,.at bc. ani
it is believed, filorn its iji.paeaiui m, and the finct.
that in the hot,'. Le:i.~u n i.i:ly ,.-w inches ( it
was ireltt' l,, tl-t it is p ipelua;u. ;e care is des-
cliiied ias bi uiing a i.reat rt.-:i tfurgaiiir as all kinds
iwere killed clIe I., its ei' rance.
-------- --CSC-------
I" \lE have 1c:e lerqu#eU.ttd to .s:iy that .\r.
Raudall's 'umrtp.aL.y will i. -pL:l;t at thle i 'rop.-. cL-t
f'lh-atre to-iighlit, H'leru ,,' with the? l"ar.-'e .'f
is" i w u Luelny.'

F:1 i ,RT in Ilin T",,rn o'r tih- i hl lo. ,i M,>,i[;iy, 1ih3
'Ltli ij l' llat. M r4-. \'';,. J. -U. l (:m ,, of a 'o.\N.

M .VI; IE L.. at l,-vif..r.I, ti',c ain -..iunl'. ['i1.,
U S ., ..ll lic Oll illsl'-,l I, n- t ,, .evd A 1 I'llltll: lii,.
li'cctr of Airiiioi Cliird. J. rl -q 'L. CoN.LA\T, to
Si.-. IIi i rl I A. i.L.N, iau..'1 i. CL M. .Allen,
SE U niit I St .es 1-',,iill; h;r hi.-o -el.iiudl.

1,I l ,irtili, 1 h ill At.. ll :t ; 'i r t ill. if-'' ;i lili -
..' in e iili ,'li'li r ,'- *., i" oli, t tlhe children to Inrn I f. ir Tl-'..
Fell n-h., ) in J.t i I',.. 1rnli [ :i \ ir t .r.,[,
IIrNli', int'irIt ~i;1 ,f rN i'F .'!.t F.r'rn G ib- ;,. age- l
'--." it,:ull idn t- i"

~ I "!'A IN 1I \l\'l'V, or hli iis!,,.r
*-O I I -1 TF 'NI ," d:,,ir,, t.) e\xpre-s hi.
sili tei' tll.-lnk-. to (I- \PTl'. Ib)!tN 0i3l'Si 'l',
in cliarge I1. ;M Naval F,.,a.-l'i-Iinienit, Ir hie
priini ii a id v.tlll'tbil, fa :- i ('0,: ,1e;, oL'., ,i-e,! hoiiu
in -i tt clir,,- tl!,, rt',pire toi hi-\\ V .-_. I tt th,? [lorck-
y :'r.' w hliile ;,I thl i- I' ,,:I iti 'i ii 'r. ..

.*;i il r "-. ., -. -.'oullh T" n- ."
!,: miltoinl<, )i.c. *' J t lii, I I l -

Keroseniv Oil.

wa rre!s K "'" 04' O,'

0lll\e\il I,.1r :,, I.v l', I2 ind .r igntd.

J. P. bl, t, i L iL CO.
i la ir, ice ',7 ii, -'.-- 2 31

e 7p

T -n ~
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Fo'ur i'nt.l'eral purpus'e .
0.i i. Sir,. -2
I ,(,eciiiltet. 27;!i, & 0. -

,-., r... I t --? -

i-1itui;.a ed i. l;insii.,;', !k-.:r ,it .o-a,, ',;i !' ai, ."

l ii.t. li.. e i' ,e .s-Ce.--i,,i 'ii. ,
F-.,i ; !l I tl'i .!iti' i a; Pliy to)

D bI htiiiti c
Dec,:im bier :27, 1 ;s.-)0.- 3

N 0 T ICE.

That the Tenders for Purnishing

Land Trau sport
To the War D tpartimicnt in Blermundai.
Calle l for iin the loy:l Cazett .." of 7th and
"Colonist" of 15th instant, will bu r,'c.ivoel
and opconed on tlth datle atiI at the hour Spe--
cifi,.l, Viz :-

4th J'nI uary, 1881,

At 12 noon.
A. C. G.,
Dilticl Colmis-wry Gcunral.
Con1 iisisari: f, 27thi Dec., 1P;80.
iA' otice.

1 1 the Ul..y' r, .\ili.'r.ieiil al21k I ('oinoi:1
( l'<)tllh'l UI iU T O1 of l I al !ill .1i

T'hJe1 Freeholdkers
() Ilt- -Ii ii Town, are requinsted to rme t at the
TO A, N H.i1..1,

G hI J-imnary .lr...xiioin,
.t '! Twu'rlve o'clcli, iu.,v,
''o elicl ill' h .Alynor, .A ldl rimen and C'o.n :.o;!
(.'ouiiril for the 1 ihsutling -Vv:Lr.
Ii Na i .iion, Ber. 27, 1 ')...(.*.


I. 1.1. i'r rs ,,s Itl;i ,I: (' l.. 11.'\ s !A lS i ,,s,' tlh,
I: Wi; l I,:; i i ;! \ Y .\i ';i (i. LUlI,
ale rlI'ie stl e t'" l>.ort,ij li 1 sniine lto iec
Oil or before /the 30th Instant.
f/on. Sa'crtae r/i.

~t1u I Jet etlit-er, U


lIl: i J1 r le,! r.i 1 p r iricul.ic y ii iqiie t lhatI
i'er-io Cs hlidi ,r ( _L ill.s iiist |1e ,
or :i .ii:,i- r lho L',nider ii itioi e- el i!l
pre-enit IL .LS therr of a:-i. .it:iiin i'ayilieiit bj
u) b,'- ti tlhe ;Is Initiant, namely :
Agains.l tihe -er' of t'he
Q(iebec Steamshipp Coitnlp.1i of
QLe!)ec, and against th1-I
Eliza Barss."
}l iilnillon, nl(rniu,!n /
2* hi l icr. IS..'i .- I

.'il-nisil" pleae c py oree.

Sa rnet POtatO(s,
"'l',j 's rirainl,'
Iiiu rinii orde:; for I'la iung.
,Si.v f-undi-red ,-a rrels-- Ci, -I P,
i'. Sc sooner *" .L!'i i .\."
\V't.rth I>he li,;, ,ila, .ly ;ti'Par il r.

T'I O TT C ,A.
I .I. 1nii t Iterniudli,
..!i_ 1 l .c., le;-0.-- (

', Coliiiit'' ple.i.,e e-.pv tA iO.
i 0 o ncc c y .

To e l..c ent o0 .\p,-rojv,< |J Mo)rtg:;i t, .Seci.'ulie..,
Apply to
ial r, ilt,'o ,, S: 1 IS",). 1

i e O e i Y e d
SS c. ,S. H I.! Q LA Y",
E- t '.A-N L(,'
.\n.1 (ii l 'ercdil 'or .ae at L :ialt ,
iA Ei'!,,C '.A K :I< lollai.l-s C;IN
n.Li.lhr "ansk's Blrown ,l 4IN.\\DY
lii.itiler Ca,.k Pale lI.iANI)Y
l os,neoti-AD LE.1i
Ilio.\ s .pelrm (.- Ii)l N :S
Ilamiiilton, IDec. -27tli, ISSO.-3 3p

Colicerniiig Freight p3r I )isp at;lh'
'io li l.uii, ;;Jd Plo.z I .ll.d,.
1 11' l Ul,.tersi,ti' e.h. r Lspec fully .,ive- notLce
S thLIat froil!n !he p es-'-nil date ti1i parCels or
other t,iods cain lieh taken Liy ithe teain l:tui-hi
" l)e.p itch" unless tite c'arrlie is prepaid, ex-
Crlpl in ceass t inlhre a monioiilliv settlet,-,.t has
bee ag.rt- i ii ])llii ilh i li '. Hlileyv.
S S. ING11 HAM, J11.
!(:inmilton, 201th Dee., f.s0.- '. 3|1

Por Sale,

I .- '

L'IC .le Il ;i,, t:i ; ..J d ,rd ,'l ', a i l fu Ill S t of
S:11.l.-l aid Sails.
;, yj-. 0..
1A ,educth ion uf S i!s \ iil Loe i-,ade ii ,.t '.a,,t-
eli bi- avpplvyirig to
I Icember 27thi, 1830. -1 .pd

Notice to) Plublic Credit-
J] ors.

Colonial Secretarvy' Offiec'
"2-!: il Pn r:, i.' ,= l.n 1 9, ).
1.1, I'trioni; h;iali it~ ) l N i)' n04 inst tIh"
h'i/il P il-ie -Tro-i,.n v for s.,r\iet- eor inippi '-.-
niilt by I..v iinnL ind -i lite lheretf'ri'r,
l e .t-i byv thie I'u lie Tre.' i'ry i, I virtl e i "
suthi le.:il h b:ionlh riy, iare li-,relay r-oq1lire,- I-.
render thlir I espe-live l\ e' .ui --in 11ac liepl,'--
dulY v. hiit dli annd! r-rtil'.d anl ndm Ulp Il) l!t e
31stl iy l! iis presen it i-i i i. I iet'e iii r, Ii
the Clei k ,f i ,o r 11:vjr st, '- ', iKit'i,
On or before thie 1b dayi of JantI-
ar!i, ,'-SS I,
in ordi-r th:it the is n ii v ,' iv -ni,i.lo, an,]
pail under the i pr.:visi'i:s f,r lie A i tit uct. I'7>,
rind s .'uiniite,- to Ithe',os of Q 'Ii lri'
.Acco i- in i in ac eo :mnce w itl the t'- o -1, q,.
S c .s,,:i IS 51, entihl_, \n *\ t to ,r .vi.Nj
n-iir the Q uaiterly u iwiilliio, arndl I-ly et-i. o;, tlhJ
cli.,ilr.:1 o 'f ,: ri i Il'ii !i .'re li lo r ."
Th'I (It. i, iilece ouf the li ( tr.1:n ..\L ASSI\- !' .V,
alp(oinitd underthlle authioritiv of tihe Act entit-idi
-A 1in A. t to provil' for thle qnil:rteril ii. liiiiI
inll pi i n-itt i .of tl.e tclains of certhini i'- 1 1 :
I.rteditors"-.ire her-y eqnired I meet li.*-
tnt C'n tlie Sth ai>d :1. li !'.: -S o!' i!1c sliIl mirton li ,i'
J;ilua;iry, a1i lIe .C omlli:lill'oo if the lErGlIS .A.:iv:1
C'U[NCI. L, liLtwei-n ii e .- Mi adil iltl dav "f lhe
s. i-.e rnlonl!i 1. nm lit ni .l p ]' '.*s iel. \ ri'on tl..
Mii S 1ies ol' I',Illic fi' tl',rs ai1 d AuAii.ili ''1 : c11L

ItCo-'E.ei-,_E ,iBST r .
(Crnowal el-b&f;. ry


r ENDERS will 1o re. eiveil at tihe
CUCOLOtNI.L SIF. VEY ;. ( Oi( l'it,,il

..Oikae ".4 '-t '+ '" -^-cJ '"-* A
The, ; l ; T1iu inry, 1.-.1,
Fromi Pc'sons De-iros of Ttnler-
ing- for the tlillowing' Work. Vi:-

e ne ,,ir~. ,_1,.' -"r, uf V'i or...ii,1 .;I

L'ijle:-w ta-hiinu \V ils a.l il:.n o4iP uf o, CL', ')L "- ii ll

] ;I;,.rlel,(TOSE. (IB-S' HIfILL.
Exte-rnial PI'iaiti'mi ,f TowI .v, Intti i.rnal
Piaiiitini,, of L:-inthorn ]lhoo:n.

Li:rH ous U.S: DAviIs.
1.-Exteriiil Paintinti of To'ver (4 coasts) an-J
L:.lnvi orn.

P t;LirA O()I-it I,-T, ST. (T)El',,iES.
Ext -i ial aii,; [iit',rii.a Pr- ltiiiin :' ot' \ ,io .lwv.'.

S1'. ( I'nuli8 I ^i-.uL
ExtI-r-iinal (n I [lit-.-r tl P;iritini -. f Vool i. 'ioi1 .-

P ,.h mil,]in( ] .rtaiit iiiL' V 'll .u:l re-.i:it ,,
For.ii ; of Ti '_ :,- r n--I al l inll i ,i.oranl tion <.:i I i-
ol.l t n l i. ti l to .1 0r1l e -
LDEl:' 1' rI L Ci.iONIAL ,ii!-oXs.
N i T I',1e:Tr will ibe rec,-ivo-l uliil,.- ia-a.o> oIat
w ith the' i ,;. of I'S'O '-s:.:,i ,il_,l.' L

The L.-;,,;'1. ( mor]l;s ,.1, noit th .:-i .1 v-
to u .:-,: lt thu L l w .'st or n y TOv : ..I r.
iITJ-[1. !). ..RRA rM.
S,' (',i'i .e',i .: I /"f Cuoloni d !o,/,.+.
HI aiiiltn, 2'. t D;, .., 1 -'0.

I.l.E l1 i F;l) \, Alias /
SU M il i;.,' lI..l \N!I). '.
ly !His Ec 'ne / SIR R i tB7 T .'1.
A F'.-A .V, K..M31. (., G. L 'rn.,r,
SC, ,tia and Iil,-n- ('hit/" ,f.I'e .-i ,-
:iral and )rdit',ir, t rI ia and i't'"'-
tlh .r lalnl./*s', ., .., Ac.
..,.. ll. i. fl .-u i >:.,1!TI,- ZL ILL,
i' Hi i ji'Trn i fi Jr :-d:, i io'l.rli n: on thu
E -,:'.e 1 \I ; l \ 1' !.L .I at e l, Dl evo:,s'.iie
i';i i-li1, 1ii tl .-- iid.-', d .ce- uc,.d.
'i'lin iS: i!-i eCur tI') give nit c,-, tI'liat if pny
Pi'rsIn ,- r PLrs'oii:a c,.rin shlCw aiiiiy jWi) t ')ii;itl.-e W\iy
the said Adumliiini.tratii.n should not ie ranited
uito itle said ''!lO.~\MA' 8 l'll ZUILL,
lie, sie, or thio). are to file liih her, or their Ia.
veant i tn riliiin, in I lie Secretary's Oflice of
te'ese Illl.'ir-s withii r Fifet ci d.,y13 Ir1., il tioe pub-
lic.iti 1i liereuf, olitii'i i-,? the -atil A\d iinii i-tr -
toli r Vill i .ie r';.inte'J fi'cc irtJiuiily.
i' \. ] ]. E I P
C'o- dt(al 'ct0rtttry1.
i)a;:Led at thie n'C i'l i "atl-'s C iliet:. |
thii 2'Dth day of 1,)fC., 1SiJ < i1

-- -- **----***-****
UN,'IL\iIEL) .:1 CI'E.S IN TiiF: IP'-'T OF-
ICE' E i. 11If. lI UN, *-7 '.1 !).or., IS80.
I lenry 13 vens, Aii S iriS ri-o v.-, ItU.ri.iu li Bank,
II 11 lien dier, I. C o',Lninl, .i t lI.'l. m .nt, l \t.,
A Dalg'i is', IU ii, .lioiin ....," Fr.i.i L sh! e',r .,
1] -1E lli., J.nhI s I-'ub',. r, Jih li F incis, \\'ni if',
CJ \V F Ha\.-r, II I lifc1r.k, Ri vd E .J IHardy,
Ti'll).< J Wicl' \ 111i-," 1 .l, ilr, E .vard Kin.g, ".Louni"',"
1 Miller, I.,cpo! I0) ilrv rbii;., \' J Pi,.n in lie -
bi ort Raym r., M s J J. lR-i.. -i .11, li..b r lt ,epi:
Huliiti-.ii, jGurnlivu L l, z, E .' s inhnmo.n-, SaraSi
\l ',li, M r --fi'1l Ih, (i'ilo i), .1 lro rilow Tn .'l' ,er, Jo:
Tuck'er, (-i i, .-, 'C'i> lI, c;pio 'Iu'i k. r, \'mi H 'Tue!-
I r, It .Y John 'T'uzo, "-Vcraciry," Win 11 Williami,
Jarne. A \VW iilr,;i, diii \\. ir, \' ait-r \Vr l-ht,
Amun Yuurii., Allitl ouhir".

IJNCI. I\i EI Li: ':'; IN THl'-E ]) l -
'i LE, S I.'. JEu l.... ,.'-, i ec. 15 -30.
Gjcorr e ;- r.,i, i ta : i. i a C'I aL; ii,. ,A; i.ywojd,
Eva Jennitg i ( ore of" \V < I y,,) i '.t|i \V'% lMani U
l.eaiv, ( c!,r .1 I:i-s i ).i r, ).1 t pi h I.,' b uI ,
.1 11 uiiiiu I. U at -'I-, t s a i' ; i l,.,rir ..n., \V i m 1
nil I, 1 I 1,11.n iy i 1.o ,i l ., i I'-, .1 ,;it es i '1'1. ,
Edwaid %\ i!-'.j (I .ie iOR al .\.!ilt.. i Jas i-'
\\ right.


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I A rsI anc 'ionSIIW
i L\'IN KETfS (itu IlJS I 0 1E. Py

Pocket Ik N I AbS 'ole t.. l, L T :11.
Ei'ct'tro Plated \V A it. [~JEW \V AAAL tY~, &o.
The ahlove h bia'! bI l-'ie I'Sl"Ol Selected
bV1110 Ih i de Luahsigised iiih ttn-on miduerf holVO blute
(~iiictIm-itaiitVLs 'XIIhIle Cul h~eap Itr1. IU."1.
171 0 S. 1%". hr E L 1, 1.
St. l.ic-or-ye1S, ;todh Nov. I

P I. ofe Ssor

Chives Privaie1

ffroil London,

BAND~I.s'r~ BT [ON '9[i 1et-.. Northi

December 7-th, i.-3

~.e C e1V i n
Ex I:JI-.!. 21FIA 1froutin Londoni,

Christmias C APH*1.S

e' t &

idjoi11i iA r., y Pay (-mtIv
Office flouis-S to I') n.m. ,:3 to 63 p.m.

Oflict -a ;,I*. ( i-- CSpuriinmgs, tiarke t Stnrr,11(
Hmltoinit:, .Novembejr ~

y 4

XWesf~Vt St., 'St.(3eg', mua

E. '.(i 3 iiC-ly 311,1odat 101 111 id t icli tiofl C"ive Iito
the Co;~,t'urr of Bonirder--. and TIransient GC iiets.-
Lu ncheon provided at the shuitest notice.
September 29th,1SO-G

Just Received, ill Prime Order,

A t Loi% est- Market Price.

special R ates to A rntyv antd P'av~y Canteens
I! ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 Prn mito',Noenhii ),I .O

How to (yet rid Of 3your'btad cold.

Go 0to ELVi~YI

As mlllihow-iSo~t t uve1 i-',' ls oH -liu ratud C-10 IC Ii

Old lFasifonedIII()A EX S C A NDY, rood(
fIJI- Utii wid -,'nu iii ctd'reiv.

ii~roa wnyE.,St
Hiamnilton, Oc w.,i V s'I -:1. 0

.-d I I .
~ i: r (ie" ilallli- thelc. hle elclalt kt.o
that iet hels

froll) Mr. IKticndri e.n' iSilCce to hi-:tie.w

aI ~tI !I.:- e 411i Is -3:i unv oh bc i i ";l,, his~
I I t -3 1 11, "1'

atf& tal 2I ()Lc'A Xlt J:ide ih-' 'iaL l ,' ta
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"A '~X I~

Pi I neren tiavinc received a

,~ rIII Id h i, W ; 111 u- C 0015

ci 'lli.V .1 lelyV 1111 1) i Ii l k% ill 0Ob iii.?la
LUI k t1 lit Ill:4 i'' IIlt: 1 i Ii I A ~ T,0ncs thi
I a bc!: -v-
I NoI roubI'ZCilto Sh ti : *4to lCI oe
C V ill 4 H. IPU(1 1. 1

P11-Uscf-lnC1C, E. Mr. l Du( rdeI 1 h:1--3!ryc,Lv

ful (tlitl l C ; d ndi~t k difilS cW l~-l ~l
lt il l'u a %% I .1'l u;' thiv!il due ~.l o the \ l

Not. orlts lto : .-[ the lI to tepitriy ofe
dol~ Wi ~illl II'\(I 1i ll %% 'Ill a;11 ~'lti Co ii i -.11
bi1-li'hItby R.iii11. OU (I.Ait.,R DaNd T.

rUt (ei~ T M IttI-o/ d, I/
rfI 211(111ilhkl .\idix nd kb-Z PlOD '8

Cciiialso o in-lVmuh aditi--ial iat-timti s;n, ae-tme
lot rcIntel in the erof'ittile


lL ~ Yim ite ian, llE, Lm &wile ot, f'S ld il-

toile Puiii i iele rt l t 6111.t 1ei- ierl j ro a!L
;?L. G ,,z-I Ct~CV~ It (. i the. 14, 1t,3 .t i

Sn e iXr nedaa d ITuable I

j E 17 Aii N tal e ,t L 1 (vp II. ic' 1 I I b.)ii h a '-Is'.k

Ft e(.z r L1 '.

I awlolNo. -2 Is5


P 0 AST % ED

At /0%,esl t rc us.

And CAKHIAGES for Hire
at all hIoums atid :'t reasonable Rates by
No. I 1 Coirt L t
liamii;on, Nov. 2., l.0S),--i.
To Let

.A\tI aboti t three d a h;l'l ,: ol !,and, situ-
alt-,d on thie Sotnil side l0 \o arwick Parlsh.
Possession ,given )on I Jhanuary ne\t.
N. .1. IDA ,RELL.
I Saiit 's I'ari.h, Nov. 15, l I; .
-T '-y, -r"/ ', "S "
'or XAJ Decorations.

O'n I'ale at tile G. ette" ;'t.ii.,i y
I S c re.
, Hai iltotl D,.cei hcri- 7tl, I'-l .

LA A lp E 9I"--" VouII(J- tk. e I 0I o I]10(1

Ii *IL

J- 'I

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Ca -


CO; [Izi iII
C3L) sesi, ice
Ca esseC=) dC3
Ca C0e2I C220,,a

*T .RO I .- 1%,.x I;. I 74o
EftSyu rt~sI~i edP p v~
jt iinulte.tle Pynineassi hve a tiei'i

ITha-'X it iMItEDY KNOWNBto Man
C, 1i9'CH.' Bottles~t
IT lelsi (tyd92)o::ti'es.Ne 'l~ a.-iit- ad NnPi-ope es.
w .i'll 0, k I-- S a -J.!d h na d Sg.1141 l Imrik 11"like-
.171 nu .n*c i. pIt' -- --I'In d L ,". k~ ii take" tlnened.
-I4- .1- 16',',." v it-- -i,ljnI:~~Lc .-~ t t-
tf uv.r-t ~-.4 riut'he Ljii-':-t'a it-iie-rrat
1 at 1.' K'i 0 st. t -A I. r- I za itiv th

Tor.xNmo, April 90, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
DI:r R ; i:,-- hI r, vi-i your ir,: ,nufeC ..-v li. -t
ia tuinll, I w -: itll' fr ni r I'' ful plii in ii the
face i nd he ,'- I,, ;li-. ici ns call it nural.i'-- andn
% hen 'Ou ,I'-':,ir! i--,.d iwe to try youf IND)I\N
BL('O i '1VR!{1;I' I hid r.o .,ith in it; Ibu iiin ied I
reci iv d I-i cl. a I-i i',1 from it that I have -';nCOe re-
commieried i t to ,mral who were sutf'rin,' as
was, ai.I w.vl a ,:- 1 i1 rstill, and T cannot let this
.,ppIrturln'v of '. r s,.nl visia to this city go
by \ithut: i t.irkiit., voi'i v-,rv much for recommend
ing nime to iry lie INl.'[\N BLOOCD SYRU[P.
..ur. v truly,
GEO. LO'VEYS, lumber merchant,
-250 Simcoe Street.

TP ,irTO, April 21st, 1SS0.
Dr. Clark Jo.i .n :.
i ar Sir, --Ii h v,'- hi .J 1 ji ini n th' niill of my
I' ec!, also !thI ;.- h i y Inn;.- andl shi hil'r Ifor mnire
th'n 'lh:,r e years ; I I ,i.-- al-o .d liv,.r c i'plaint

a (Id iI'p r.,i If,%tv in. I !.t-i'r.r.,' --nh other fie-
tI1i6 1'', tato Ii', lC, Wt'11 'nv r n. I,.I 1'111iI tv 9111el-
Cioni "nto a~i'dto yowr "tod'tr- INDIA '\N BLOOD.
PUR~IFIER ; ;AI r iS U, 3 WhilL ilt,1,0I11-n1s1/
that I l 1--ita-.I f't r inl-t-] a bk -.11-itdo ilIy %vcrk
mli I have Or tlitlatIM M vY031.
G.(. A\% IE Y,
'7 iohitiitlStriteC, \Weist.-

NrFR\'i'l W W .- E %SEA.
I w:. l;t fq-.i i t % .-.;o yjl thy r ie n ilt 0f teilt e m-wTC~
Kodirm illihi I.;L -fI 1, COIIO' IV, tli -'ained no
r~ieM .Your E L ND, ; )) Y11U1' it lived
nipa % llt'oe. I :u jX It think .illy 0110ill Ill-
h ialthIiu in g it ec- IIfail c.., rv Cive gtre-itt kiltf'O.
SmititildNortliulir!crflartidI I ., 0111..
Part Jo)Hie, fliiee-il'1 qCo., N .S.
Dear Sir,- I l-ivi lied your excelluilt INDIAN
BIJ(LOOD 'Y lfl-T f-r 1.1cr ('uniph-ilit, ai ntI hrer'-
crived grret hnOft lttyerfralil. I ca~n recomilli'ntl it


Dea~rSir, -1 hi%( ve but' f 'ui1l'r i for "a~with
D3spripsi'. and Indi-gestian -,id 1(1.1 vy Ct'ilplill.
-11 11 aI94 it.-I a ,'rt-.,,t Miiinv' e. di. s, hit, wi' lit.Iui
r fivo. I boei'iiovvery' Li .d C-i c-ld 1101' '31' Illy
tic of you r INLDIA N bht It')19 VU !wil I dli not.
phetely Cu ti!, 3aIl,]Ivfe I iik-''i II ww .a t L:' tiiwiick
illy, soil wit'Is (--ken -k icl. zaveix V;a a nde, ia
We ~ 'disps or 'tur V.1111 bli? ILLa: icait' e-id hiiii.

IBunroaLu, Coii~.,()nlalio.
Pear :1,['15is ;I ,) mify lh-,t -after litli:gy-'jir
INI~Ni 1. '-0D)-SYRUP ..,~'r ,shumt tililt'it. has
entirey ciland f10iei' 11 eli, iU-3Iillyouure.

B E R M LD '., J U : 'I, Ii 11 8 81).
Dr.%r ~ ,-T11'.18 ci iS C l 1 tIlif 1 %- V 101OU-id
ii rev -,,otI Liy -it V'r 1NDIN A1 N L 1, ( X)tD Y YI t IP it I,,i i,
-ll Med~t,.icin, thbit I !hut''' Ui iikt-nfor L-po Plia
011 iiti~'.t r. I '.tAi'vi d t st- ill t It I ir fril
4~ w i'D, IA Jt,IHN,'ONWS IN DIN.

YA En~,1..L 1 A -lpad" 113%art I W Kt toLibtV on

s w *.- :IIII.II _.

I N !A .l1 I' A. YhiOX,

P- I


United Stales J!lail Steamers.


WISCONSIN sails TuLeday I et. 2', at 2-30
NEVAD\ rails Tues-d.iv Janv. -, at S n.m.
A Il'SSIN I *\sail 'ru :d:ty .ia n. I I, nt '2:0() p.m.
W' Y()MINI sails Tuesday Ja:nyI. 18, at 7a.m.
A R IZON A sails Tuesdaay ally. '25, at I p.m.
The ab<,ve are built expressly for
the Trade, lave live watertight btilkheads, and
(.atrrv eperieneced Ofilcers, Surgeionsand Ste% -
i',loesses. CTheSl;o.on AccommodaLionsare unt-
snrp.,os.sed by hy .Alantie lStam(rs, and the
State Rooms are ,oil main deck opening into the
.'a.lonri, thugi securin-g that ireat comfort' in
ocean travel, purf;ct veiilalton end light.
mokingr Iyoon, l'ath l Itiom and P'iano on
e:'l [l ealllu'lr.
ThI- IT. S. Mail Steamer <' liermuda' from Bet-
mInid, 'I Iursdaysaener'lly arrive.snt New York
on Monday, anl' Passengeis' bagne can lIhe
transiferr-ed direct to the Liverpool Steamner sail-
ing ine t d.iy.

Newv Yorll;,

D90 Broadwn%', !New Yoik.
Dec. 16, 16S0.


hernuda a nd A 8assau, .P,

I i P i't S ire inlfor m d thit, it is iti tendeI
to dce'patth :teaI ships froi t.he (Eastern)
Lon.don iock,, for their :i. ove purity as iint'er:
'. lel ineier-. 'ITo' s. Loindon. l)arinouth,.
" 'ulwvav," 790 tih Octr. 7th Ocir.
imaial :," S.14 17tlh Novr. I18th Novr.
' .', ,'," 79-2 22.d )Dec. 2.3rd Decr.
September 30th, 1880. -3m


HT11E above W A\V T H ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
oil hind Ihy the 'lndersiLdmcl : Any i'-rade .love-
imient not in -tock will be furniulhed at the
Saniiufactor's list price. Also, make to order
anm style of Case ith C'rcst, iMoncoram, &e.,
S'l. fL ve!.
itemnember thle Aimeri:can Watch Co. received
the (Gold .M1ed:il Lt t'ee late Paris Ex.xliilition.
Front Street, lai.ailton, ?
Deer 16, 16S87.. (, ;.,,,.
T0o Let.

Queen Street, namnilton, within STA B.LE.,
()U'FPr IlI.IN<;S, &c,
Apply to

Antuusr 31st, 18,;0.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
<.'rdsIn ssU iosi "' f"" 'chass^
11 8'.enihn l S.treet,
LONDON, E. "'.
S Persinil altaIti:n ,qu'en to Colsigil en t-3s of
,.r.:,;:,l I'l'UiO )U !'' ani.I the li'lincr Iler-
r udiu i ei t eri?.
. April i., IS- S(o.

WilOI.,S\LF1 & ItVT\iL


English and American Goods,
N .1 9 \'e-it Fiont Sircet, l amilton.
O 'e .,r :2 ;Ih, 1 8 l.'1.-- ii

SLI wivho wish to have their
Kitch:.ii litln-il.-, B ilth Tuibs, \ Vindlowi ,
iraiss '.V k i nil 'A'ood \\'Vu-k (JCI;an and
Should use the Scouings, Clean-



f'or Pr it'de o 0 he itCheti' Soap
11. K. & F. 1B. TH-U I ZI IEM, & CO.


Direct JIM nthly Steam Communi.
cation between

Be rnmida& London

STEAMEItS leave Lor.dcon the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS &. CO., (Comtuission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents fr every de. -
cription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
c. rs.
lliihest Market Hates secured for con.ign-
nients of Berinudi I'roduce.
For Freight, Passaage, and all information,
Apply to
Agents for Stea'ners, Hamilton.
.Juie 5, 1880.- 12 m
A your Ghoer for A. I". WVIYILAN)O'S
Sl )A P.

Horse, Carriagre 4 Cart
Cf1 1IU11e14
T'I-HE Ur-dersigned having resumed Business
at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
SJunction Streeis, ne:ir Ilamiiton Ilot-1l. takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
lie generally for past f'.-vours, and huinbly soli-
cits a continuance ol saic.
January (1, 179.

Great progr-?a lI,.a b.ien itmade within a fe
years in iianliil:ctiiring blood products, and thb
standard of quality has been raised to a point Iar
beoiln that which formerly obtained. \Ve claim
that thi. hlias, to a considerable extent, been due
to our i(.1lorts; as thli Largest MailufActurers and
Dealers in the wo.rlM in this line, we consider it
our interest to mannineture only PURE and WHOLE-
solr, giols., andl p:ek them in a tidy and attrac-
Iive iaiiinn>r. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be ol superior quality, and dealers
are auth' to relund the purchase price in
any ease h.-iL' i.r cLI.coinlers hiavo caNief (or dissa-
tisfactlon. It is, thlerei ore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
11. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
linporters, Manufacturers and Dealers in Food

Price One 8Ahilling.

COPIEIS ol'"-Stiaidinti Orders for the Troops
serving in Bermuda." At Royal
Gaz,,t." Stalionery Store.
IImniih,,n, Dec. 14th, 18S0.

Protectioett a', F IRE
Can be obiained from itlah
of London,
S).n of the lar ,t Established and WVealthies
Oflices in Great Britain.
Through the HI \N(C:I OFFICE in these
Isl8andS, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp IPul., a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on i,'FAL and PERSONAL
PI)OPERI''TY for 3, ( or 12 mouths.
No FEES and no I3CHAItGE lor Policies.
t;amilton, Septemniber 9th, 1856.

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in lluruihy Street to any per-
son wlo nmay desire a supply.
To Customers ii Ilnauilton and Vicinity it
will lie delivered b-y Cart daily-from about 10
o'clo(ek till inio -i- -oini, n cringn oI 1st April.
The price is one |penny per pound for 12 Ibs.
and upwards.
A penny half-p"'nny unler 1 2 Ibs.
Bermuda ,rtilheial lee Coimpany.
Ila .ilton, Mar'hl24th, iS79.

..I. i~i.-IC'-D !EIC., J ANY., 1880-8-1


Tht 7

So- I

7 5 5 31 5 6 !aoeea
7 5 5 3 28 5 5
7 6 5 4,2 6 42~Sletr
7 6 4 02730,qle,,r
7 6 5 I q 18 Circumncision.
7 6(5 91 c. 9 6 Ist after Chqjgt*as.
7 65 93,9 ~5 41

New Noon ..31 day 91h .7m A. M.

F'L BERMUA Vu .VaL. AZEE:TE is publithtd
tvery Tui-sula)y by DONALD M'PHEt.E LEE,
Prinier toIn the Queeu's lMost Excellent

North wcst -Cor'ner of Reid' and Burnaby Streets,
whcre Bainks, [land-bills, &c., will be
pitted ati the shortest totice.-Agent
-at St. Geor'es lfr the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGEI BOYLE & SON, West End,
ITir_.._ Oswans


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