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: VID00061
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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?:27. Y.-Vol. IL'. STATE SUPER IAS ANTIQUES. 24s. per Ann,

familtUon, Bermuda, Tuesday, Febriarsy 14, 1882.

TASMANIA. I which the AMembers of the Legislative Council have T
Frr,,,, Ih l,Ialft To'wn .VArtari, Koeeler 9, S1 1. been accustomed to exercise, or can exer.-ise, is the-., O V Sale, ,:,r rie TI ..r.n . LEOilLLTUPE. veriest clap-trap, and uo one who respects truth, or I I
The 'Paliamnut from its labours, aud o de.,pis-es oaininug a purpos-e 1,by false pretences, can 1T 0 t o rTHE 1 i *
(uo r.ei-,ets the c"- tiu ,.n the inie.-.t tattle that uphold a-Lch a tal..e plea as that whicb represents T T? mTTS V lU SSl t l c ,
foi the Qreater pIll ...f.sixteen weeks liis been the tho L-gi6lative Council as an irrL-poL--ibla L> od.>. TAI .1aY A 1R. A31 RIFLSL3 HAMILTON, 3id February, 1 S3
tir-ne',,.-n ltyhf u,!2ik.-I.-ti.,, n IlkExesl- It may perhap.-, beOf o..ue intere.-t.toi.,,tetle THE SENIOR COXUI'ISAR'AT oPT-
,,, the,"h-., e on n I:,In .t Q)i.t ,,F. A Amateur Dramatic Club,
1 411. ye .St er.l J t o.> !V h' l- h r Io q t. ;ty 1 !.h c-: t h at h a v e o cc u rre d iu th e u in t-tita tioE o fR w\l rI .o: e T ,' n d e r in d a li t
will, wh' n hII ,:.-.on.-itneuri- are pp.,ah',l ito, paI.,- the present H u ae oft\ ;enbly -iuee it ra, e!etd Tie 15th InstantT nd r the distinguished atronago of is Ex- tip to 12, noLrT der in duplicate
mu t,_-t r,- i n d ,]_ f...i arglmi ut ,hd -,,uad iul-,- in 11177. 'M r. Chailes .Meredith, M r. John M itchell,
-t "Ifntr.lod.of.,JobueD.B.dfl. hvepei... detof n ,If not doviotusly ,s-posed of. celnney Sir R.M. LAFFAN, K.C.M.G., ...t
autnt, lternllut'i t .. n n.,n w .-:I1s it probi- ill,t1 Ai-?I. John D. Ial.? thave p. .1 tit._!debt (if na- R] G ver"or a" "ouittud 1 i
1.Il will, but **the .ift ,.t the gab," .-0 ofteu, like ture, thc tint-nam-d, of tho three having cea- to Tile NE\W BUILDINGS .I-., ornor h co.manrin. 1 er1ary, 188 ,
th'e snIId of water Il.abbling over the pebbll.,h but hol.l a eat inu the IHouiia before he died. Mr. Chief, Be-rmudaLI, -ro P ri h
pr,:,1lims the sh:llw:,-owL V of tIhe siruam. th-t we Sule Be1 ry having resigned his seat s member /^ Will appear n9 the Fro m eionidirousof1ederig for th
_oLrIHo ,i- k utfugeUnmete, IEA ICS A L I,,hn a, d #tae
uoittake mu.i h if, vll.u the crucial period ,ri..v -or Deloraiue, Sergeant Sleigh has taken hs place. U'dermentioned
Invy .of the c, btu,,.ii are u.ot fund to rather MC,.oterpre-,,-t- G-or:o Town, iu the rolm o The latter Rents for .5 pr (lyear).l EANIC H A L lsin ?d SairI
^^ '^ ^ a^ ^^^^.s.^^ I^ ^ ^ s^ ,t Thei^oM Lathter rt^p orX. .r aI)
il,ni .r th~e ,,,n nof a v.and id:,tc', jud.-mrent I U '.ptaiu (3ihinoce. "The .\ttorney-tOc-ncr~d tp is
tl1- i- oc, 1 ,ete sit. t tI tl=* 1-ice of Mr. P. 0. F3ysh a4;repre.,entaiive of AjiigM.R.H ure' uidnnx EA = X&L 0I,'t(" 'B E I
hl,- beeu shown on s.etl, recent oca-iou uth .a "E.ut Houbart Mr. Jaines ."*eott that of (Cptain lf-a-t of C,,ommiisariat Bukry. onda O t T esa os,
tetde-iry to rai...e ifal-,: i-US-i in the 'Lbi-n.e oft any tullch. tf.r South Launceston; Mr. Ja.uies (.ox Thi? HOUSE is well adapted for a Gro-ery 1 V -- < llHoS(8 2 t W T e sd. y
Ieal ,qu.:'-ti,-u oi u l ih to rlipeal to the leoti le, au tl,:t. of Mr. Whiteilead, for Morven. Mr. Clirk or any business where large Room ,re re- 21st F ]lt nrv,re'- F o.r s f S"ren i' l ifor c
{the h_,...-i umts, -tren,-tl. of" Mini-ki anud thl r, pre.:.uts Norfolk Plains iu the place of Mr. quired .21 t e" t 188 ." Forms of Tender, with all inforinAtion, n
!lo .f. of,lv h.l.., ,-: pro, limied in Iavou of ,,mby, who resigned for that constitueny, aud By kind permission of Lieut.-Col. F. R. C. be oCbt-ined between the hours of '0 a.m. an:
n animendImt ,of tblo I',.,ntituti...n, that w, hal[ l,: 4siic., been :!icted for Ri,;Lhmond iu the place For further Prticulars please appl, to OfOFTON, Coimmranding 2nd B. daily, on a written ,r p:rsoinal applica-
nt be lurp.i .:i if.ifn :tt-niwlt, i made to manu- 'Af Mr. Hodgson, who has taken Mr. James Lord's REGINALD G.RAY, ESQ., Royal Irish Rifes.' tion to the SENIOR COMMISA'""IAT OFFICER up
i.i.lOilt ot o -thl pr ti.e,.t" d oId.cry," ou which s..It fr 1 embroke in the Council. queeulborough Ito the day previou.i to thle opening of each at
I, -o tothei l, We propl'.y ,ld,:.ieat to 1h6,e i rqruled by Dr. E L. Crowther, Mr. (- yer r, M0 S. ( EO Rl EOAK L Y. The pIrformaneo 01ill ommence each evening tofTender.-.
wh,., may tl,- ....k to dlituirb hle quiet of the pu.b- : ,ving reined; and lat but not ast. the Pre-, Hiutilton, Feby. 7th. 1. 82. with the laughable Farce by J. M. The SENIOR COMMISSARI.ATr OI'FI.ER rserres
lie t- in !. We hAve so pea.ti.dly aM d ,- t:eeently ti'er, MA Gtili, who h.d Liot a seat, in Pailin,rnt|
tll-- 01 t l ll-ll i llftt, 11111AUX the I n, pe I I Litlth e ~ i Ls Of thortl12,thJuly Ia -, MortLn, Esq., entitled the right of rejecting any or ,all the T -nder
ep, ^c, t., thel.-oini.:u tlat, au>,m,n t,,e impeit.,:..t at theol-'Mt,, otftheS -yo-> oa 12Jt~hJuly, l's77, l ^ .;.; .^ '* :(A S:? -/ T.) sr w r^u n ',^
e atreat ,,, w hi,:h all v ,itt -.n ,n -ti tuti o, m u -t L e, w .,, elected M ewm b -r for We, iliugtou in A ugu -t,f. .t; I ] [ / I9
^*^^"^^i^^t I ;; Jr "41i^ *? ,^ *'A Th i?~h/Lyy ..m
thtat -f Tn:i -h t ueull3y allr(o.hbe-- the !I. 1"-77, in place of 'Mr. Moore, who went to tb "1( C. O.
luitime,,t- ofi a Lew vCoutry. Neither branh o -per House as M,'ember for leisey when, the P OTOGRAP C GALLERY. Concluding With the popular Drama. of Senior Commiatait Oa eer
the Le,,islatuse can override the other. Ihtitatiug !:,_- bey M ini-try having resigned v n.eqtent on 7th,41
uu,.,y. t:e :u.1l n1t,1al j:1' 8f di,,turb the lha- i vo"' want of cwnciflenu,'e, iMr. Fy.i took E-tfie-I, ESTABLISr ED 11. 1O I' m ' 1 i 7 h 4,
inoll of tPali:,mt-'t i lhe ,.an,e thinI often ,_I (li,% h urth r b. hu T,'emuTre ,- r, M'r. 'Moore aI-,Ch.- B lo w B510 A JL o w0 '....- ,'
trl. the ouehold penc., but divorce i not tL.e -," eretar.r Mr. Brown as Mimu,teroi fL.tud- ] T .. ,H ,_ ., ,y H. J. Byroni, Esq.
remedy for every family, qunrre[ Tlue peoaemakerl Mr.. D rto n as Attorne -L denPeral,_ atdD, r'. A r,,uew.. Il" ad-.-it i n" tlo j th l [ -.rll-tTek o Pitl-E O --D,.asv a i- AOl S1 O-1
be truted ,o acute n sood undet=.tandius e '. hutt n fo:thee. imetlen, weave hxalt, romttry herir, g odof Hall,'ion G dller "i-
Bueks to ntot ecom-,atililrtvi tempr, moret **o Incithe. ne t .. .er -.o rs Bn dt eBatao nn t-, the 1 i l.
of tilh iv.Md btken l ina iiple "Ea,-h family eil'de ot wLh,: Mr. Giblin was Prfad,,rr, followed by tlhe PEG to oftier their sincere tbanks t.o L the Iln- Ir d 7 oA l at H. .l D, k ,do tT
would i1,1 a f the U,,e.-,tht did the hubual au, d Crowther Ministry. which ia tuin gavore place i, -) habitants of Bermuda and o oh,.-t., for their onduetorship of Mr.R Brown, will be inm at- -r3
wit, tle piaIc-tt au d child staud ou iotir righl-, that which l nrow holde otheOice liberal Patro-tgr, during the .0st poiart of their Ofnd.ce.r T E wl r h
i:hI-t coantint al lynrd o h e relinghim r -h b- d u ... tS
a-,t h.-ir tel.:,g pr.rivt h be lontinally repelling --i l- -- n Photos ra]i practice, and. having rec.t-tly -
' e- -,uu" o The sawi e rule of comduct may safely A tartihes" tfr,:,it kthe "Ladv'b Pictrial" attract .-:.le addition to their al:e of PhIES OF AMISSON-Reservd Seats fnitro- s 11 I" l' 'l
Lti bee ) .2,--t; B.odyof Rail I 6;' 1Gallery' ,1,.
be t sted to r te aki l ,d ed uudeitu- diun; ,bu tweu h ;,ttc eti, :Tu f,:, i.r tl ,- t .i? 1bei "we extract t from the B -- bercldl *- ; Body oft Iall 1 6; G'lejry 1, -- In '
tile Le rnc, <-cts M i ra i-Aaturo. M tturi ift ot No A i..) t 2thi IS, ,on .1 t' > tt:"-- t 4 1 T -- i'a ^ t 1;" Y
pu. -JM to L.u extreine, will rigit themselvesit "E\usu tlt,.- ho:el ,t xaxuu, \,ere coarse feeders, L X Dooraa *r t 7so, to oimenea at 8. Cat r- < J k I
"11e ihaive ben ,Aed int.:, thi.-tr.oin of re-looning by al ..teut iith fLt pork aud b.irlev bri-ad, until by the firt O.pticians in London, (DALL- lii-.:-s at I. ..For disposl at H. 31. Dockyard.
a coupjii.tI of o the i.wiIocl,'of the two i-ue of the dhiutir Noth)- hr.-ru'ht inin ncit1e 1 retin.d MEYER Alund ROSS,) ar, prepared to ofFri to Ticketsr for rervtd seats to be obrtained at TENDE wi it r
oir'uo when the fir-tt Sesu.iou of tiei pre- tyl ..f living. Ye ; t uthie ,coks .ne iu with .the the Publici i better class of work than has the Officer's Mes, Royal Irish Rifles. Prospect, ,, i y the
-,:ult Parliaument wi (.pLULd for the depatch of ii."lI.ror; iud if th,:h tnahies du not tiMre ill thhe itherto been done in Btk-tnuda. and at the Rlw,,d GItI Stationary z!tor

th ll. theutrastd wiAh it llaer, VistEainwll allw hen B mut hit ibuman hea V Wlth anidlestine--s eedLOR, RYO adWAERCLOS.HHitDcyad irnd
I,uiu-eIl woitii the it ,-,f relber n e rteLdy when ]:utt I',, it is t.,i,,e th,:.r w-, .,delt eu, Much time anld study is given to) the Cliemi. where a Plan of the all av- ,n. 0 f N i t A
'H is F, ruelklu ,:'y p ert,rf ori c th -5 elio-ij.z :I-erentoiuy. k e,..tiu l ., ,:,t i from l h1-,od t L-he '.11111 vi,,le n,_-e, au il c ol ,: c r.ff : t ,p ose m ,d li g htin g o f o u r plo rtta it q. F o r C ast of C h aracters stee h ill i. 0N` E DN
'I hnle tn t l t,, orikle thl S',rl mtc imet od ,:, a zo ,.-, t oo..:.,lu e n l gro he iti, w n d r i e t. RE SU T ,,of t h ai r E"OR T S O,1 OEn ESDAnt..
touet retIform, i n L:,is t i atu., -.f me ,?r t ht l ie he ct :.:' h t ., rki.l. Tlu.,u,'h Al1 the 6,_.U,.,wil .'- n h Bu :in mos, tachts.3 1 Qd. -, ? Insptsnt.
Tlh:tt Lou-titue..y of Will -i,,. :. omc.tider h ,utuee that I : L..uin e.4 l., I rot h l i,. -,f thl o.i trll 1. -n DE 30tOh oLbINI f o 1 7,hS2.-3 The riht "f d nin any or all ofh ,
.n,::-ct S ne i ls M e rber ;i .1.m h11 iu tilt:ul.. ua e 1ru-e .,i- ; :.,i n ,ipi,)v-er, ti-in ha d t.) -,i ft..-u. t., 1.,- n 'e.,&c, prath Janua y, 1oth.w T he rgndV. i' ei niU any orRoUth
tGt^ir Tvcri v LI:t I',y I --I, 't V, i-, 1AS l i l;- toit.i-.-l f,)1: ,.l.til1-, tI-,..o I 'I- -W nAll, t.,.lu- thl -7i'a itht ll nlIIL.tII 111. 140i- t ^ a .*-T= Z ' I > N "\- 1,.i i
t., rue 1.,,e tLimiAl. hi,n, t.:,at ity,- a,' I,,l.yl- ,,, ur H,.lfi ,aT,,n ,i,,ut.:, ,ut t.,in.o .,'i o,.. :t,-- O _ion wh, ha jcrture WM. ALB R MOUXr
h.hi ,.. for tli.t u to, h ,i .l," tlhnu were it ;w;,N ).l ui .f.-L t u1.h ta i:..,n d. The ,., ok h,, .-h'..:ik a d Ph-itI,,tap s. (-':,,'rtes Visit-, Ca ibinet tilt 1 1ti., i d 1 Ndval Storekeop,.
fket the i.-.;. 'zu.ul~in-.r i t(*uu titutliouail ,'et,:,imt.-.'. I,.,d a; pv,.', i uto of i,.',eit_ t~uir ., hi.i, f...,.-.-tanl '.,, ?r,.. ,iz, ta!,,t.:, tt -ho,'r.i. ,toti,.e ; ,,ls.->, e11- 1 O6 -1,10 1' f O <"lOd By Or e of th C 'r.- l,' -i,- n" Og
UtlJUJ'llt ,It,,, tRelUt er ,S ciety.
te t-',.., tit l i oS 't -i th ,ori,: ,1' Modern l~hycia li.s oc k,..wu I lurgeu to life size in INDIA INK, OIL CO- 1, 1 oi 4 k.Ap .-I'-I-AP..1 .
thiro.,e ,-utrcstd with its adiiti-tratiuh n will allow ow mut, h of hu.hca lthl hlpe ofI)e. depoful h Li-...ORS, CRAYONl, and VATEt <.nOLORS. LO-O T n. i i H. M. Dockyard, Bermuda, Hoe
it. The gre-t bh ltrto whicli-.o iayshallow-p).ted ,, t-l.i i.. ,l -tion. To reu d r f-i ,odl t,:nder, wlhult- jFir-t Akti;,ti ;in N,.N w York City employed for Will much obliL,_, by forwarding to witl *th February, IS.?2.
re o lryner0 bOiut Ti the p ,wer of the Govert or to i- b*ueiiIt e;-A Id d ti. t N p r .l that lope I i nlr, wo k .P w Q e t H ml o t
.olvo the A-L.. v, while a i,,ele, leite d u.r thou intatinra l .,oi,-, to add aroml a, to osmazone, to R. ,- st,'"" retke ,, ," .es p,." ISULT of their EFFORTS PO1 1-t oos

enteriIt -nayd uIi~ o btatqetos fwytm hnelsol aesc itrn c i a reS Ofable rot-sworm re ina beal; rkeduced fori sy,.....1Iu Fr. MlsEe R.ent
Coiueil retain ,i .ef iat if iucliueJ, fur tIho tip w o ..- l-iue the Thoi.-.t prodt yt- 0 f tht: vcUt:a h b ud l.l-' l .0 1 .E- i /-,, -.- o 7 1* / T7 ; Dh a p y ei a e teo n
lated peiod, oti.xt'ye- i a,s, o matter how LoboxiL, F auim..L w rld, are th d true otiu.e, of the guiIe t P.-Plls l noi,..e that J. F. DARELL I OR a orn. 0 6 .l l That deal irable R si enue in Page Par

giltieConilo Tsaiacnfronis lm cud 1seeu el n bu.moey hlCw bnl. -h; e M S..V H.Trn- I.D.Mddlb hnkul
hi Parliaenputr -condi:tuct ayl.e, hiowcoupter to cook. ... t a FIRS1r.6 LS PRIZE MEDAL for, Duin -tttdrrin..s e t Te i- b ul Fr
public, l-.iuhiouiviews. Ve. Lmitht t reAt .ur ,T Throuh' ;l the longartran't .e:led iheCou-' otogr-.,h, lstria Exhibition of 1,72 and received and duly reported. Inv*

po sublc U-r lll16Vi k. wh h th r en H u eofAs.emblyIt mil l th i l n if O n- t r- e tba hthea Brtlie Cull-. A. B tt r sa u ., .
on tle answer tiat the treuthtth of our 'Cnstitu- tiueut, CoturBritish Kitchen.- defied reform almost a twenty year prati, together itth the ex- En.. *A
piou is its bicaneral haac, d tl t if both -adily s our .u- of C o,. l cme te perieu of his Son, who wuuts just reIlurned LitHl.tlUcA U t.JIN HIJ.. .-Det ALSO,
braunhe-, were alike as to thwir tenure of otoice that PeaIe, .ti thLIII -h to ilri, d te ,warn of fr m 'i and who hPaks holp>.ie,:irated il sonle. Ao Mu,. 1-n'. }frLt,_ ar ls. ... h'""l' i T.I si lit. H. 1
character ,n.- t be de.-troyd. Thewni ,iht as well our country fulk l-l tite who rof Eop like of the Firt Galleriv tl..... .n.t..-S thIr to pro-, 1 1Ote,

they ~ ~ ~ ~ e (if t;o erpr-et adfe e atc h tiu- ing tath avv f ew w r th-rqe ta r .:.w nimp tha ie i F rP rtclr p l t .O t-b Idg S L. d.Mrm.alndM seleel .-T O U !R 0 11t i L 0 ,D. ..I
be oly_ one. Chamber. Tbi-, the experieco of each lee that hav- i,,t thir ,ueu. Fr,., that tiue d(' FIRST CLASS. PHO r1'0(PI-APHt--; we Lee .. U A 50Queen Street, 1milton, with Coach t o ,
lony usa. cannot be ..n rtim l But w hout, iu,,latiot c p ptini. People could n,, t uudIr.t:.-d E ]ftoStat pr s e t au. E. Har-. ..... 0 10 D l ...1. .C
nterin on o any di u,:,A .uon o abstract que-,tton l of wh y,'t,- th ,autiel, hotld lttinake u clsLa ditterene. at F e f h e D t e "pErIesr&t e .. Bui- Lr.-. .R .E.e Lo 1 0ib e.
Constitutional reform, is the practical work- diuntr tic. The ated why it wa sthEattheo II ee.Harvey, E-q. I u r. Ap:ly to

Legilaive Concil. The e re A~r Gellbraudwellor/?no fr~y!/. Ts.tbutg Wecoastilthat 4-.Barr..... be gEi........tile pre- vi-it..' on iU.L e
gor of ther outitution we enjoy; Does the Le- Freuch, with -trin meat and bd suplt f fti, but we sk tt qlity b given the pe- Mrs. E. Harvey. 4 6 M .i Awood. d u M mUNT
ohn.. Coln T..1)..M..idleo..,r uls frLane, r uw,"rH.... H.Ttri T...h hmito
gfisl.tiv-e ( .'ou nu.i lo ,t a co ufer on it ,m ,,hl li ,_ wr l d w h.H.,l-oi.el w il. w, .,,uld frenc M r ..T.H.- T .... 0 "2 Tw w e e d !
bers thab perpetuity of teuue which to the advo- uo nly toil t hle v.Tti,.-t i.l -aof Htl, a.l .v. Thei, 61 Front Street, Hamiltou, Feby. 7th, 188-2. inghTiiii. 0....... 0 "*2 ti;d eCLy
cateb of the A--_tnbl". lainis to .-uperior recog- tiU..t.-d the oHl1 thod oCrl, w ahi:h .Vowd ithe itriuT, '-- Two Fikudt..... 4 -..-... February, 2.-t
bi ui i .on o .. ttim,, leL L.O the f dt,. o t e l w t d ol ,, f ,,, ,d ,,i ,n d i R Et,, .. ', 0 ,, ,, ]. adV eP i I e---.----.-ryice--..on1
erf. d oiliu wewhich tlhelprst c t H boue, of( A t.ixAbly \.o All thi, t-l., o:,r .did uot re:..h i hti. Bt iili i l o e11 A.' Butter- ,U .l'l 1 uint Va n
as la-,ted Withoute a li .lutionil aui wer. Theo C,,,k U.,id. r, it it id, that Ll tCmalr put it1 by fivld. Euq .... 0 T 12 l1-l( 6 1 .r I
1.reeut Rouse of A hembly\an elected iu Mu ay ad with ....t,niit, aud Il,:t l ,,-rut bou i li ,,c.t.t I a ..,---J-1. A T T D a T N (--' J.H D., h ll' 3

thebotHus-Te o selnibl ws e lectay1r.Moedin May mnwh and %vto it Ita i rot _i3P onUdy I mp LD I j IN h Sa o M.A BE TMO N ro ono, i NwYok epcily e
Juue, 1S77. Of thu e .3,2 Htle keu, w hotook the ir .rilq.,." ht ilf r,.,P.,tiu hjit buttl ni ,"e ig .-n.rol,-y rina nd I 1 L u P ri o Wl r..ell ......... 0 ,n y jd II 1 i l m
sentats tie opening of Parliament in July of that aurttrmaking ,lumpay.ling-, of .lRfull. tN. Sityv. r Pi'EI iD s Lrr, nilun.TO.
^S^^ ^ ^ S ~ etr^ c^ ^a te re^S~ i.^,t^ At Fl;itti ti ow fittel f,*r Groiury. 1H ^ : o 1 CIA U ol rdon;. l0 nx 11* .1HIm TO
year, '2,)1 no w repr+.eout t],e ult-, lituiencies f",rwhich y:.I, cN,, kr ith Ihi, let. tatm'esi ,l l- M ,,phltt--,Itea,_-11 lts 1,,uo 0te1 ,r 1 ,ry lia g', ........ 0 Ill .', G r o h 1(, 0l
thy then sat ; o.e repre-euts a difteren t con.-titu- i.h liov ftw vere the tait:'l,, h,,w tiiple thc pri- For tParticulars apply, to J. Out,-rbride.e, Lt.-Co.loCnel M..- "r- n.ODut .Io l' iF y ID. .VJ IR e
Euty. Thus, in o the ih tt eini, 11 Iei s, e or oe .- n i- h p aiof true ,tnt- w iluuit o_ roq.ukrt, d rto )ft,tsw in B EmIh.......... c 1,)1) D .,u iiD, x .i., o1 0 / a ;1.
third oftiheWhole,haVitdor0,temn. rthur th.u b.oil, i nd u ttintiup l:a.,,, ft,r th-. i.- EDI D I'E NISTOk. IMo. A. U. But- Lt.Ho1 ..ur.,.., RE. ,( 1 mi denee, amilt .8.

beld C ,r. am T.Rrbrts n r. ......noked0f 2h t)udiLt.t. he anjumld nd t E. REID ein toc K:cat of as et-AOe. 6 .n0 KeO
ers of the A -- ebi But i the Legi.latie .tu tiou f irl a it,,- i t, u-tu .ci.u. tt teirniehuld ...... 0 *2 ob Lt. Thom p.,an, E. In) Ti ".( eO.' h, ; >.\ '.' E.ILi ,ey,', kI, l-
Cu the ,.l,:-,bes have d:.i m the same pt riod M[ cil '.4OD HAZ BEE; DONE, T'r Y0cn r:..AI.-iin. 10 -Fru r,- 7th, 1SS ->- 2 I C. G. Buttc-r- .L .......... U 10 0 lton t arisa,
been more nttmeIou3 iu pioportiou tu the number 1o. It is Uo flight m. tt,-lr t]i tt -.11r ;7 rtiiatii .I ud ___ 111_Fe________th,__i fitld, E-,q .... U 2 1.,
of Member. But -,- out of the 1 member i r who ,,,orkte.,pl-, aud the bulk oI f our lvr midt i o E I Hl J. ifl.1 10 0.h Will visit St. GerN.--A Pruf. Iv : ,n
matin the Session of T ',7r now oued b y eii t. i th, e (1 t.,.ps d.,ne.-o .11, aubl ,,',,., '/,e.. ThILy ,,vi,_-Ihtdio i -g-. LL IN N I U.,.pgih ... 0 -1 .W A. Mount,0 days-Othire ai;l. r'p ,;in i.,, W.. n e.
Legiubative Cuun< il. Ti e.e are Mr.r. G .llibra ud, oell, ,,,' and./,; /y. The re ,:I, p. tic bloIe cLf I E &I E f rJA tA I I ,T'.1 1 o- B rr ...... L.q. ..... C lu U Will vi-it .lot -,i-set oi i.l- ..
S b"t"F.ace ,Twhrigt hin full heighto fed tIIIeMrs..-. I [.Ha erveyh( triee.t. twood.
for Derwe.t Mr Chapai, for Bucfkingham : ,. i Fme, why oiat 4nhlEublued. But to lebd the ot Street. o ," Rid .., liit...auar O, 1Q '.
Johu Lord, forC'aml.,i.g,: t Mr. M rla. a(han, fur P 'u of ilaiI roVeiiLnto we rTh-tuire a NIW, aN IDUh.'AT- JIN O & Mr d. J. H. D.r- E ,a ......... 0 10 0I "
Ju,,,.+,. Mr. C,,o+,,., ,...r N.,rtt, ,.k: Mr ro,,- D YAYO COd"J. H liobins~l m Y (; ^u^ ....... J ._' T~ "i T ~ fyl T or^t
the,', for H, ;a;.d M,'. Aikenhead, for rama,'-- --- -- i. "^J.ni3 "~v v ., ; i'-. S. Tuek,:r. ,, "2 r, TotalCol. ..... 11 10, r, Tweedsb A Tweedls 1
IbMarchk 1:,, Mt. D,.dt-ry wan s elmlted ib room The lather to-, the R,svd. Thora.t Hill, D.D., late ,Ageuls for Mess*' .. ALLEN & SON, matt- T. D. oid.--
of M r. "W e .ttn, wl,':, died ou the I .th i February: president of Harvard College, was a maal ol Her- uhtgturers of gdet r e ,0 ET weed s i r t I
aHd oun the rth July, Dr. Agnew suretiedd Mh. culeau lrame. standings oix teet. ad several imt h-es 3r r 0 B ud th o t u "2 TT
"K~enneiley, ho ha.d in the previouas mouth ifethret ill hii,> iocking~a iitid lamotus lor hi, Btreng~th. The i iQii It ,! J t '0 'il ,p l $ et' ...... 0> "2 ,n lce'Sge a U e
by ef-lusion ,.,t time. Mr. 1Mod~ery and. Dr. Ag-new ioillwine st.ry told ot him in llhe Phiilaidelpha Pr'csi S^y y-* r .... a very Choioce .Selection of
thereforeoappear in the list of miembers wh,,corn-ha btet~tat(^tin applieatiou t-.>the hatnuisanceein pub. Ci" ,t -t' Manfi (lOoaead,. V Tr m -Tl-r
posed'l the Legi.-lativo Coun iil in the >es-ioa ot f lie palaees: Beirut; tie time at a Itlwatre iu Ocauge, -/- ."* wM M )
1377. The following rchaagc.., have ,'crm red ?iute N. J., his aittentitoilwas attracted b) a ,,mall 1;rench. i (. Ut<- t'Oa.S.T H -l ~ t r f\ TTnJ ^
theu;--The('ph:uial o-ieto,'y, .-Mr. Moo, e, iu Sep- man who was :r)i,,g toi,,dueo a uiad ia Irontotl him |atronised lhy Ili.i lirpe'iid M.,jesty ilha Shall of WlM ALBERT MOUNT, F~rom London, via Newv York ; especially Se-
tember, laS77, suc.coedcd M r. Hawke~s in tlhe re-pre, to remove hi,, hat. "The little k, reigner leaved lot-. Ip si, nn H ,, I{. 1,| 1,5 |.ri .e ,, of ale-. """*. Treasurer ind Secy., leered for thi, Climate.
sont~atiun ot M ,:rsey. M r. Iune?-, the pre ^-ut Pre- w iardaad in the WMt t deprecatory manner said sey- -*' < i o.' ^ n Pi .N .S.R a 5_1 r
sident, was elk t~d int Se~tet,,u.e,, 1-.,77, for South !eral times. "* Viii you pleae take off' y,.,,r hatat ?*" Vce~ecomnteid D~ealers ir, Conleett, nnry to Dovr ^ rvIS^-'JAMES RAY',
Esk. iu room of Mrt. Jantes lReid Scott, dtocrised. The madi paid no alteutioii to the request, add Mr. p"'ehaie of our Agents i11 Brrii udd, who eou- l --- >_ -----I.___ ^.. Dokad 2n F, v,182
'at.t:. Fisher; now o,[.,ta lha soar for tHuon, then Hill in righteous iudiguatiou leaned forward aud Bt:'lnily koep a large ia-so,'tneit of our g~ood,, Rob Le j& Co\ "y"" f0,,, ,lnilo D,,.l 1
held by Mr. JalmesT. R.,bert~ou* ; Mr. M,:l;reg^or knocked off the tflending hiat. The man jumped and atl present haie in stock 2:1 u~vt. ,.f assoit- JlOHl vJT jeG Z?0 < "
in March, IS-.o, .-u>.ecdtd thie doeea-ed Sir' JuIU,-s up in; a rage attd a reeno as iminiiient The fed Confeci.,uioiry in a v.,ritly ol" 73 kind,, at /,. .a/i,.T I l t TTTC VTT '
Milno \Vilsuu n..s eoe of the Members for IHobar-t.1 tteuti,:u otl the audience -as turned h'om the onfly 9d pbr lb. 'Commi.ssion .1er'Chant ,,, ; JaT N.B.-A- A PP 1^E-NT1IC'I,
Th c sent for Tamar, oeeupied, by Mr. Wi~llam D. stase aud the play oeahed; but Mr. Hill wa Mes,,rs. 1". ,\,L \N A ,fO'UN- supplies m a. tf,qn I \i Grubb inl1S77, has .i.ce been held by Mr. Fredk. equal to the oecasiou, being a lustier of the e hia, &e. h^ the Monufacture fc I'oilfre- 0 i L-~ ^ ..... ....... ...- -..... ....
W. (;,ubb, nuud is now" filled b~y M,'. John S'cott. peaee. Towedrng t,, his lull height, he faeed th ,,,.p'ii ihe e aetmdr iirvifns18 l.ea~le,,ha[! .-treet, 7^i" ..^y. T /l'e
Mr rd .Gubln uccddt~ eeidirate muan and said calmly, but loud enough to be tioulery t, alla th latest moer ilrov mets A(D res a.OD,11 1 ^6 L(/
Mr. Th~omas. W. Field iu the representation of heard hy all, "My name isTbonms IHill, tanner; They als0.en'l'l",Y tot)0 te"dailly at the ;>teall Li NI)ON, E.I.:. " ^ ,,,^ -,
.Meander, ; Mr'. H,,dgsn, h,^ taken the ,iaoe, of ,my addre'as is ,,o atnd so, an,' time thai ,ou w'aul ,a- ;" rk?, M|i" ";nd I'oad, t anal llua", Londo'n" Iersonal alte.tiimlgive,,to Coiissn~nt-,tt of r1? l ^J l
"rJii^od dec .,, late Member fo:r Pent- tiglaetion eome to ime." Then tu,'aing to the ex-.,..m,,,a dej.2 J.H I{Oj[NSON & CO. Be,',uda I'ltODUC L' and llhe filling Ot Ber- R(J fli J j ^ A
bro k o, ,'nd t h,,; li,,t ot eh n-, ,,i s. ug l c m plot,-d, b y. the pe ed ant actor s he said, w ith hi,, tsual ttir authority. m*1J n A \ ;n udian orders .^ ~ l ^ 9 \ o 9 S f
ele,-tion of Mr. Smart as one of the Mc-n.bel, forI "*The play may so ou." tre Mlanufaru-luers' .|u i\ DEPCFLYnfrteIbatwt
Hobart in thie room of Dr. Agnew, re.,igied. [hus '-- -- -- Illaiiltoi,, Fcbl'u.'.ry 1.1, 1iyS..--3,11 Ap* :0 18'1 __________. t R E Po f U L B r uatt oinf or the I abuildint

tteeprsoyt.el of exactly one half of the Lepislaiive COFFEE IMIrOTF-rD INTO TUE UNITED STATES.-I O-- : Hi 'f a NEW ICE HO'SE, theyfrecompelledto
council ba ielteeetoif: ::" 2 ,: Pa ,o~iJx :!:::; ilst. of0 a ENEWT L SE ICE HOUSE, thy ae o mpel
'ouuil has bcen..... ue the eh.liu t thNew York imor ti enormou- ,:lU:1ntity Of S discontinue ";he supplying of ICE ltin the
!)recen.Lt Houuse ef A.ivn: ,:il. r kti t,i. ll. ,ih,:e mifliou ra,,,,nls eo~ f ~annually, th- tut.d qn~in- S IB ew uidin isc,,mE IteS wHcOwiE L
he opetoiug- of th; 17,. ,-,, u July 1S I1 U8w nrw Building is cornpletd, which Wth
,.el ,, ,.e nt ati o (.f ]T ,-, w .ut B3u '...l, ih C L I- tit y tfo r t eU n 'e d tatu l b e in g I D no illio n 1 "p o 'w d .- ^ T U ^ B u s h p l i o oo 1, l .t h S E U , ' N X T ,
:,ild of, c, h.url and Ek ao a,',, t -tby iThre Hih os0in o ts :D 1 -00 Bushelswben the s ul-ply will be continued throughout
eitfluiou of ttie, and th_ form,-r Mu.ube-tn, b.:e*am tini+d that a Legi-laive Counil eleet7dt by ty bTar. GEOGE'S BERMUDA. -la .. t 7*L ihe.
sbjt to the approval .4 their' c..nstituenct.l-, that MP". hal be e-tbh d ht ,,,,, KENNELLY, P .rolrietor. t11 -, i .JOHN B. STA
iu ei,_,-'b eat-e rt:-el,:t,.,tth, In:-no that \iitua -llv y yJti-At hall ba eli.-ible to sit on the judii.d ,J H B T L
nMe,rs. Crowther, ikenhead, and od.erv are1lAl beul:l. I a! ( L i Vi* Te abv s t bt quIlity and ,ill' E.ust Broadway.
only three Meml,w.. who, at the (os,( of the .l..-i.,-. The ,okl ax. of Ling Kofee, of e, lately l d I. T e ab v i 'fd t ho 1l-et u ,- L ty a ial. 27 h D "r., l ..
of IS l, occupy the po-ition they held at t he .p.:n- sea.t, for an unexpblutd reasou, to the Queeu, hs eor.;.:' will lid :,nle or ac.uimmdal ,11 at r
ing. of the Parliament iu July, iS77. The crv been, by Her Majesty's order, deposited in the this H1ol u00-1 k vA .RI1. A1. your Grorfor. A. A. v. HYLAND'S
therufor of the independence of public opinion South Ke-nington Museum. January 3rd, 182.-2 Months. raget, 16th Jany., 185.-11, .as UAP,



'EE.K L '{E'. jt I' ,I THFE \VAT!-IEA, -at,
(Oilt.i' Jii] Li. .t .-:it-af'a.t Bermuda, between the
5-h ;an I 1 'I. I''ry -.., 'heint alivo Ihe sea
w r L. .t. -I "a l et tr.

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a i, ill.-, /.Pebrary I -If .IS ..

For.ruary -6- S ('urnid,.I. Young. Lonlun gvod.i
i.r 'ler,Ihaitf and n vi G oinit-rilt, store..-- A'4 nt1 1'..
P. A,- i & 1 'o.
13- ';:mi ni'iui. Oritoie'-, Frai.r, New Yurk : Imail.s
aial gr-rn-ral cargo.- Aueni-n Tiutt & I ox.
PlAriiars i -Steamr Tug lthliance, Leseur, ilhraing-.
lull, *hlam i
L iN'iE rEr
.F.-liru-ir-~~tnrqu, Eliz- barr- Holli-, New York ;
Antil-'. Le to I rott ariil C'..-.
9- t arq.i. -iA .',r-4e S. etteri.ut, tR -iipri-. II.i : i in
di,-tr'is ; 4riti..-I iron ore --.Igents, W. (.'. 11ylanid
& I o.
10--S-piish 'iriniiatinP Rosario, Asini. froni New York
i.-uinl to I'ro teii), 'li eXiiu ; in ditres-. ; coal and a13-
-s.rtail aj ,-;.o \ e',t, .f. 'arrell.
Bi,qu, .Johin if iolbin.(ii n. O(Jlt',r. Irom Fe rnaniinia,
'l i l.', i m., il t1 lisueni-i A)res ; i ln hitie,, ; cargo
p. 1' lutnil.-r. --Ageont, John 4. Darrell.
In tih. St:iamer Or.., -.,., on Siiun.lay lat,
front: Newv York, Maj.jr G-. .. Beard.levy. Mrs.
B,.-.r:arl:,-y ian twiiu hil.'d..-u, Mr. andl Mr-i. W. Ark-
orman arind Ali- Ak,.n-n'in. M'. iand Mr.s. R. D.
Cox, Mr. ani.l Ml-. D. S. Hines, Mr. andi Mr-4. E.
P. Georoe i,, d:,ilit:.-r, Mr. and Mrs'. Doijnitt,
Mr. aInd MrM-. L::..liin., Mi-.. U. <. Smihii, Mr.
Muller, Mr-. Grifitli. Mi .. (u. Vimn N. t ur, Mr-l.
J. T. Cow.; i-. MAi,, Dn.nnisand 31Mi.l Mi.- L M.
Ca' -r, C -..t il J. II. Alie, -Dr. Th ld..r- Olt.e-r-
bridge, M3.-.-. A L. Den'ui-, W C. Dennis, B.
T. G-r y. H. T,-.;..hil- E. A. Merv.r, K WV. Ma-
sou, andR 'ci't ,[G.Cre'--v-.-2h.,/ C. ;,,n-Edwti"
Artenauy and I. O'Brien.

The Steamer EA.l,i, i I.rr'e reported with loss of pro-
peller. n i, a iri,.I .liliity lh t -lie iould bear up for
BermuuJ. had arrit -.1 at New Y.'rk
The Barque Sir Gf.o,.:e .,: r. hald arrived
hence at Loul-.n. a. repart,'l l.y !.-legrant r,-'eivet at
New York, on ih-th iinitatil.
The St .i.,-'n:- i] liate.: on :.-nirdi -iorninig
IH1" I f.'I" r \\ *!,i, iiL l' L :ire. l', tltlrl,-r,| she
hi.. l..e s,-_ 0I to thli- \\'i-,i. aod P.Io. '.' '.,:,,- ,ny,
Sp,'nen, .-if the IV,-, Eund of thecs on
Sunllny li.t, by M.i,,F. B .-niirh. ithe S ir. /'a.i,.',
of St. JohLS, Nl.-i., 8.l):1i-'iri.m ['iil._!.r.Ipi t b ,iund
to (uba :-aUl w-il. Desir-dI ito he r-p ipl,, t.
The Btii T'. 11. .-l. 4 'P /. C piit.i Y.n;iu -,i r-letr-
ed at Liverpool. N.. on th,: 'i2Ith ubiiu,. f,,r iBer-
znud'l, anid sailed on ilth.

Bark Juo. F. Roli,,o,. 'npt-iin Olson. i.r P. E. li-
land Ir roi' Feria,' 11,a. foi.0d I,) lwuiFo-oAi A.M ) vilih
p. p llui.r-r. oiln utith iit. r--irll, llt ,t er,'-v iaf [talk
Hfe: r t.,. C'apt. ,i ilk.. i .iider.-'l at ie,, aiid when
appro e ic i' l hr li 1-' l f.i ii. l li-r thi- pu i.e. i I. l in in,-I a
lham-' strict nil i,., l outl -r Ptl|e al *. -a11''iai Lit Flailt Iblt
waq -nun lgot -,L h li[-owinii.g ov,.rboal aitrt o' lihe
d-'i-] .,adll. aIlll e l nI 'l ..r I ] ., li. -h ,h iri.,, r,, W' 01
i tl-l hl Jlnll li e l ,. l p.. I 1 i I ..- .r l..!-. h i t-
CIe L, ;ndri .:,i on II- rJ inie "lip l,,r --.\geat,
J..ii,h. S. Di.rr-ll
Bark G Hd. K':imp. Capt. Kal'h]I.anil. ,,.i iulil,,
Spain., ciriunl to Pliih a.l-lplix, i. ut 7 ,lt',a willi ruin
ore, itrrivt-,d itl I. Lae.,ries on '9th ilt., blia'iv.
i-o ntltllllel'rdl very -.etIPr.' weiatill r n 1fol pia -i..- i 11
Leen ili iiin 'l iliiles i rI' ilvaw.i .-li',akaw.i. I t '".
".lnl ir'iv-n oii bLv heal\) ,;ule .- Agenit-, '\ ,_- t-.ia fi
,& a-. 0
li puanii'i h :'li t. K.'sart. l'oiptain D. A iai 7
days firni New \-'.rh liiitiiJo li''ir-. oi Mexico. with
asatlit-ld ,tr-o0 ivi tow' (I i o "t (' r n''>'s t 'ii FrI,'iis.
last in ni t-r.vr le.l' y sta e. w ill, ii ji .- h-,..-.. li. i
C.ipt in r,-, tli a rouliijuatioiun uit Ii.aV gaild iLlce
the iA.y h li left p'll and i hllt I," w., ollaged ito jflt i.n
a p'l'ili f thIl carei, ti Pr, ara l rhe-rew to ht l t lhll
wai er u.t rat ll,- V-.ssrl. 1'all ii v toi Ji ei'lariir anil
repair.---Vi ,t ,oIhli, It aiiirdl.
The Brig Kal:,mi, L'C:ptain Pay, 'li.r P,..t!h:rtid,
Maine, butdl to Cuba., within a -argo oi :.-ug.t
shook,l. a i\t-d at S'i. .;eor'tge,-.i .-tunday la.-r, l.-.ik-
irng.-C' teipurts Inicur,.teiill.a th I',avi--.t
weather L e evi etxpe'ii-i..l.-A ..Jiin, J,.lhn ..
The Bi'i-h Birqu- Ka'e t.'rosby, C'iplt.iu C('ot-
IDa, it it i' iiadrqe. ti1 i' 'ftti / d. /, front Dl)ubiin,
biiuid to ~i.elbulUt N.S., arrived at. St. Goiurges ou
:'uid:ay lhat. She has ben uip as far asi t apr
S-i!, lvi w:e and dri\iit bac.k. S>he has lidst almust
all Lar *,'ils and nutliiii,,d uther ,eIi-Lus darnae--
was fuite nut. of prroii-.jns. Ias- L,.-u rP-jii.f.-I
nie',iai&jh ini the New Ya,rl. la;tli *.-i-i. e t'..h.-. p.i.-t.
One of the ,eameu fell tiun the fore yaid aiud was
killed.-Agent, John S. D.arrell.
The Barque Jno. H. Roinaaw,, C'aplainu Oitf n,
above reported. brought to the-r.: I-lIhna.-. Ct'pt.inu
James Midls iand tlho crew of Iju Bli3i-h Barqie
Jltetesham, which he to,.k frum that Va .el ou the
8th instahit. Tlie 1/. was f'uru \oubile bound to
.Burnow-iu-Furnnes, limber l:dl:: hall cncountcred
very hc-iiavy weather and wias w.nelogged Cap-
tain Mill., s peaks in thl highest tei,' 1 ri ti-e noLl h
mauwer iu which lie and his :rt-w w .',.- t'-eatc, by
Captain Olston.

,\ W-e thank C.,ljtiin Hiullis of the E!'.:, ,--t,',
for a late tilet vi New York p'pers-n rrivedl on Tn,'-
dayi laint in a p:a.,l,, of five dayil--crrgo in prime

YorK .--Mr. Waltet.r A. W.,-d, of NK-v- Y,.rk, iu-

tr.ldu'--d int'. the Hoie'jl :-' -p;e'icit iLtiq .-,, Warh-
ing.ti'u, ,cu 3"'i,'th u1, o, a bill 1,","rr.t.iting ;. pernr:!-
nently deep, widG and s.tright lun:-I tirou;hli the
Saud .Hoonk l.a;-,. f the Port ..t N:--w Y..rk, tor the
purp.voSr- formingg .ai improved iLn. ereial outlet.
The'i lEt -cti.u o .ti,t: bill ,authliizes JI. F. Knapp
and his i.s,,iateet o to do the wok, which iSrequi.ed
to bte ao.mnoui.--I within a year, and to be pro>e':u--
ted with en.rg, till : Lhaing a 'lafpth of
31 feet 6 inches, and a width on this depthl Of t500
feet, rmeasuired in ume-nu Ligh title. It iS to be a
as.f 6tUstaiunin cLauuon"l way of tle a'r'ivvde'-pth from
deep ..water of the n-&iu to thc- deep water of their
bay-.for all time. The --. l 'A1. -t..-ti.:.u p ouvi'. ti'it
ti-. '. S. ,h l r.jl v cf-, l *,.5, ',.A, w," 'i he-n cce-u-
pl'r-t.d. -

Ampa.,-g the Bill- iuir.-: .u.-'rl ;'. the Hou-ILe o:
IR-ept- .-t.itivi, a thi 3:ith ltlit-..., ware for thei
admis.i-.u ..f Arizoina tol ilain a :. ateitt.- iuto the
Unipu.. .

.It is with the de-lat iegret, that we- h-,v to
a i Otu-.e tlho dcluatir f ,M.,tliin C'.rp-llet.-r, thel
wifeoof Capt.un Fr,:,d C'.ip.. :utr-. 5'.th .u.'-n 1i-it
IRai' -r, :at Mo Ult .u, Pinuli ., lu,.li., in l i : -'u,* t
ye.r. Our r-d,..r-, v ill r.- l .m,.r that h .'"tC in
.iud i\r'-. C('arpeutrr writ- inm irii..l in B.-,iimula il u
M.y 1l'th, 1. Is an-ud .-.u .fttr wv-ut t.:. Eu',
\ -re C'.l pt:' iu (-':i- -ut.-t-r ..i..t.i in. .d.l : -.i rt 1I-- iV:-
l i )- [r 'i l) In4.i. rt-diu g t... ludi.i t f join hi- R. f i-
muni Captain a.un.' Mi-. L'.,Cii[,C ut.'tr arrived at
Muol.altn ei-rly iu N AV-enl.,er. Mi-.. C('orpenut':r i.1r
not rc. -VA ,-.i.1 it.IlnU tlh t,,ti un,-. ,:,t the j.,'urnry
S\v.he- -it,. v.s t kdu ill-:ifti.r f.:tw d.y-, it wIas
,l.e' -l e w .l ri..,:-:verin but '-h.- ba:b .i .:- a .lild,-u-
Iy w'-,- ind di.,d at t,.v,,u on CIhritmasi D.iy.

In L'-I, .-Uui:.;e of it be1iu, riumiaured yentelday
that thlire wiv :, ,-afs-- of Sniall P,.x in the? Town of
Jlniilt, .u, au.1 tlih:t Park B. Tuc-k:r, E-, qr., 3.D.,
aw.-'. intnite.-,ur.e. o,-, .-.'nii':, w'- wrote tv that -eiu-
itlm'at.u ,.,u tl-,.- t, u. wl e Il'jioiin id- ri' ,ly,
wn-hi.-Ih ni do.iut ill t.-u.l ti, allay th-- tielinu exci-
t-.l hIy tlhe- of srn- .h afe- ful di-c-.,fe .,im '
Ollul4-' "l :-I
j T //,.. Et i.'.' -, ,-f ti,, R..,:,, l ',:., ". .
I DEAR SIn,-PlEe:-. thi? Publt1ie that thin
eise r-port':-d to be- S.dil Po'x" is.merely ,ne fAI
t Chtiken Pvx.
Yoar o:ledieit -.ervaut,
i n it I TWf .. 1 i "' -

Vice Admiral Sir Edmund C'o:unnerell, V.C.. K.
ttf-, -. -.1 n M. .- -4I

U -r. ( i, is iIame ai the pro.ible tI'iii'Soio 10 I' e
Admiral Sir Leopold II-hCliutro-k in c,-,-mmand of
the Northi Ameti.i-an Station.--Alt, ,ii .VN'y G'-'
:zeI/ ., lt- ;ir, I.
A detachment of the Plymouth Divi-iou Royal
Marines has proctiledld to B-rnimuda to cleau thle
Floatiu:r Dick. untidi r ti crmmau'. of Lieut.
\\Wird.-I- ibid.

The -bth Regiment head quarters anod servic-e
cormpaniies, sailed front Natal ou the 6th January for

Appor'rMENr.-Staff Comumander ('. H. C. Laug-
don to the Pre-i.i-ent, additional for service-s as
'NT ..,l Q.:t.,-i ., t .,. r.., ........ i. 1 .h. .-. d Ii ..1

--m -kW I tl' l I, .1 qys :-I -" I .un.nlllel .['M to d.ip-.11i
The Offi.-crs and Teachers of the School referred | i' ll,:,w, .ua, :;nt, whi,..i flls .uttt two ,n.
to, my.h b I congratulated upon the suess of last. o t -f the anii,,ary :.f is nti-.ulish rimnle. In
Th"ir.-dty evcniig' service. A largecongreg.ition, ,..-- .nten e Ti.l. 'x to,,k ic.aiou to ex-
-one of them from various planes in the vi-inity --of p r"hi.- ,,1.i-,ifia.e aprl,-d ,:, ofa the ver. li.t, ,n-'
IIaunlton, g.rceted thlie little folk with ige.atgood i ,. ver i tril ',u
whoitme. Th, txerci-es consisted of situlinu by no u,-.y Iri ,.'-er rena.,r-e,1 ia juter ,',rli, t. Gui-
the ', h-,!a;s-exscellu;nt it was, too--of r.,:itati.,ns, I teu wa,- vi.-,ut .,ul -iv t the 1-t .ndl to thi-
di &lgus, A r.., followed by spr.e,:hes from A. M. I-t ket i ,ii Iltei,,,ni, tiahii that It w,,
Oudncey, E-,q.. Superiutendlent, and Rev-. A. W. G-, t, u.t Ti.-X" Au , nw i-, to the
Nic..lou, the Pastor. Though nearly two hours ( 4', '-t iu n.-e; r.t eh in Mr. S..- viie -l.h ul.l tr..
w.i,- occupied by the meeting it was cuu-idered all s,.tl- it t- th.- nud--whi, i i-. harly l r,.1l... --
too ,hort. Some of the wee ones were exi-eedin,-vi t 1. iU n,.,t tie- liht,.-t a,-aue of r, -v,-r.inu tOhf
intctesiLa, their addre..,u- ** brinigino- low-n the ld i,,,n ,nunun-ed- y,-ter.,y hi .-Tn.1-e ('..,x. Un-
-ou...e,'' repeactidly. An excellent rollecti-on, we fortun.ate-l ui.l.-r the l1ws -it th.,- Diitrkit ,,f C( ,
uuinletand, was given by the delighted autdimnc-e. Iunii., :tia li,.r da: t1or th" -x.:.u-ti,, n .-.ull nUot
h-e -ixi.-, utnu. But there i.' no re:.a-j) wiy Guti-
THE AVR Y. t-li au -h.iuldl-. n-.t he-ui.eforth 1I.e tl'eat l an uordi-
T" u.,ry tel..,n anud preveut,.,l t,,m ,:.,un-t.,ntly romfind-
The St-:.anihip 'Coutltand,"' Captain Y,.iu-, .r- inarth, t-uI-,l- i of his lath.ue ex-t,-ntiee."mii-
rived :oun Ttu.1stly ]~ -t from Euglan.l, with de-t..,..h- th.- ii' of his tl-al
nm-nts for the several Corps.- tn.l Dep:i tin-ut- sti- NEW MINIS' RY OF FRANCE.
tiione,'d in the.-e ILlandl.. XThe C. left Po'rt-'unuth
oni ti-e l -thJ.nui y., ian.l Kin t.t:.n, Ir-lan-l on the LONDON, Jan. 31, l.-'.-M. de Freyeinet iha;
21,,t. Sihe- has hlid ,a very rt,.-ih [ ,.,.i'_ge, and on sumbmitted to) Presialent (Grvy a list tf thf-e new
Iou.- ot--.,aaiuu had her h.--i.hes .itteuned '.own for French Ministry a.- f.,llw.i:-
tw,, cld:y M. de Freyc-iet, Prosident of ithe Council and
P,a u._er I.." th,.:- "('," Cipt in Arthur Minisfer ol'Foreign AffaTirs.
Clitiord Altxaunder, IR. E. -md -. Allt .\lxudt, M. Juiles Ferry. Mini-ter of Public Instruction,.
Li_.-tt. R. E ubbtin-, L. Arkwriaht, F. R. R1 y- M. Goblet, Mitister ot tthe Interiaor and of \\V.i-
- .it- Ti R .. .- --- r, .... i

uo.ld1', H. A -. 'Patr s-io -tiii .u p a y, l ., eI't.-to
(...., M:.jor Sir Gu F. C. Travt.-re, Bt., R. I. R ,
Li,.utenints M. E Mutchiun.,-A. and H. R. Rayv-
mouid, R. 1. R., Stur-.ron C. W. Thi-le atnd .Mrs.
',... ,.,.' ./,'.','."':. -5 R'ouk !"u1 .l File.
.i.--.,,,,. 1. c,..-, ---Si.ttff--2 Staitt St-,,-intt., 2 women
and.1 u hild.hi-n.
4,. (', ..i;.- .',. R. '-.- .: Ohi:ers, -I S,.-rgeant-. 2
Dituuiners and .56 .and Fil.-.-1 OUtli-.r's
wit.-, t Soldier's wive-.', 2 Soldier'.-, 'hildir.n.
0',, '.Rp-....i. ,, l. E.-2 Serc.-aut-., I Sol-dier'-, wife
.aud -l Soliir'-, c-hildrin.
tw.,, -.,'r. ',, ..,/ Ti ,..c.': 'ips.-t3 R k anknd Filet-.
..;t ....' .V,,] ,,/' D,,pa,' :, !.- 1 Ottihrer t.nd 1 Ot,..c.r's
.l '/ Hi' Jfi.,i? Cr'.t,.--1 Serge'ant, I Su..ldi-r's wife,
an-I 1 >lWild.
ii-.' .i. ... C,, -ii-..-1 S,.r--iant, ) and
Fil-.., 1 SI.ldi.c-r'., wif,- and 2 children.
S '71' 1 -. J':. ,.-t- Ofiter-, 2 Se-rgeant-., 1 Drum-
e.ti'. l; R.iakl .,ul. il---3 SolUier's wives and.l 5

Th-le ie. H. A. Dnrnt1ll, from:iu St. Georges, will
asruii? thIe duties of ('I-pl.ain toi tihe Faire' ;it
Pr- -,,,' vice thi Revd. E. 1-Hardy, order,ed to Eng-
land. Tlh,.e ReP F. A. Darnel't will t:ike up the
dutie-i t St. Geor:- ou arrival frotu Eng-laind.

H. M. Store Ship Wiye, Staff Captain H. D. Sar-
i it, from Barbadoes arrived on Sunday last.

Mr. Attic-us Brangman. Queen's Pilot, whose ies-
(uIe froin the wieck of the Ameiican ar-hoouer 11'.
('. .loseieu, we mnu-utioned in our last isis.e, r rmoa
from tlhe. We.-.t iu.lie ia the Wfye.

H. MI. Steamship Wye and the hired Troop Ship
Courland, will lI-ave for England onaThiusday afte.r-
noon next,

TnE PHnrs:st A.swmNcr CouMPaNY of London has
hat.l an hliAu.rabie and -Lucces-sful c-arer of (, h:, Lo,-
r,.."/ ,,,'/-s, having' .been u tablished in 17,S2. It
founded a branch in Philadelphia inu 104, but re.
tired from the American tiel'l in 1812, in ion.---e-
quence of the:- events g-rovin,-- .ut of the wnir with
En.."l ud. Thb Arneri.ain .onnectioun was c-vi--il
in York in 1u.7j. The re'-eiptls in that aftide- in
1..'3 ;SSS r.12-"} ; l -.341,';5."-77; 1.S$1, #?<;I,-
(0-2-4. The tot-il in'comn of tll-' bra'n--h 1'?Sl1 w i,.,
.uiJ,5o2--2., and the expenditure ia0',,t..
Sir Edwar'd Rie-1, forCr-crly i.f ehitf na-,Al -.:'u-
-rru.:-t. t '-f the- i'ritiskh N vc, .ld rie-:i-d the .eii.-te
('i,:inutt,:-e ,ot (Co"ain 1!r, at Wthin ;-i .u .:n :ilu .-t
ultiltmii, i;u supi,,ort of: t t i t'.-.-i i i ty .,it the' Tehu:-u-
ti,-'-e .ship r:ilv.ay [prj'-. t.

L'ilee dtink iu .-lhould read the advertisem;iit in
ano-lthtr cohaun h:.aded G.o('ii '-,.

M. Humbert, Miniter (li Justice.
M. Leon Say, lMinister of Fiuaun-e.
M. Miiiter? of I'ublic 1Works.
(;e''ueratl Billit. Minister of War.
Aduciral Jalitgnmiberry, Minister" of MAirine.
M. Tirard, MiitiWer of Comnmere,..
M. Co'cher., Milnister ,I P,,s's anl Telegraphs.

The ('!autu",a Blatr 7Te.sty.-LoNDoN, Feb. S.-
The Times thi- ml-irniu pIublislhe-s iorrei-pondence
from Lord Graunille to Minister West dated Jan.
7, dealing in detail with the whole of thie Clayton
BulwEr Tieaty controversy. The corre-pondenuce
oocnupic-s two .lum.rnu- The Tihnmts .ays thie cognc,:.y
Sand omplet -ne--, with wlihich the p)ositin-n of Eog-
Iu:l has beu defended will be received with s'ttis-
C'AiRo, Feb. S.-It is officially announced that the
KhWiive warmly thauk-l tho Notibles on the o,.:-
casion of the promulgation of the orgaii.c law.
St. I-'ETERSatnRP, Felb. .--The newspape-r .-ryaz
ives-, an a.:count of the rbbhery aun-d violation of
two Jiwe.-e-es in the disttiiet of Za'hl.-.vsky. One of
the Pihl.-, a great I, -auty, after being terribly out-
raykcd :as carried off. It is reported that ihe i-,.
crant., have betn arr-sted.
Lor,:.,, Fi b. S.-The St. James' Gaetlte says:
"Lord Granville. the Foeigiu Secretary, has ver.
bally and energeti,:illy protected tn Priue' Loban-
off, the Rui-lan Amba-i-idor, against the action of
Rus-ia in reference to the terms of the treaty con-
cludtd with Ietsit, by which thea former acqiiires
the Akhal Tekke"
CONarTrTINNOr'LE, Feb. S.-The insurgents in Ye-
meu, Aiabia, have pruelaimed a decs-endant of the
Pr.t-ph t as Ci'liph. The insurrection has been
cru-hed for the present.
The, Portef- lIi- iutoremd the Ambassador- that it
rejects the a'ran.;ement of the Greek frontier at
An'ri-p-ais as settled by the oommis-ionu.
LorUr,'ox, Feb. 9.--A dispatch from Liore s..ys :
Inteiliencel has bv-en revived here from Kabul
th it Herat, is in revolt. led thereto by the aetimn of
its Governor, Abdul Ku.du-l Klan, who refu--ed to
. vacate l.i post and accept ioa-tead the Govemor-
ship -f Caudaiar. The Ameer i- re-ported to have
retaliatr-l tby beheading- Abdul Kudius Khan's bl,.
their in Kabul.
A telegiam froma C'iri repOirts that M, de Lesseps
ii -eoriou-ly ill.

A,:co'rdinu- to theft ., o de! (',.ercio, the Legillature
of tihe State a.t t. .i uz o1ftL-i a p'iz u..f $.Iii,.t.)ii,
to w i..e a'r .iil i.r-:.<-i t at truo anti.i': f.,r i!
kin dstf vrouituI. TIhe paiiticular obj,:c-t it-,, Gov-
eiunai.ut uf Ve.-a Cruz ih.i in view is to cud-av,..,r .
as:-ictaiu if theie L. ,-ny knhu-w anti-lI'te to yellow
f-.ver. Th,? inducement hId i out is (i-itainly suf-
fiicut to unlist the ri-aearch of the world's most
able scientific hemists.

tion before she ca-n come into the hatbour.
I am glad to ,ee the Corporation will soon have
their Public Shed completed on Market Wharf;
tliey will not be outdo:ne by us, anti I hope they
will bave no su-:h trouble as we are likely to have
berf-N' our Shi:d qu,.stion is settkd.
I nc.tic- Shelly Bay Course is looking very
pr,,nt.isiid, in , ready for an Onion Race.
In passing through Smith's Paiish a few days
since, I was -tippedl by a Farmer who informed
me that his Wife, while feeling her young turkeys
thli, other day, .onie of our Ground Doves came anud
eat with them : after a while some sparrows came
al.)o: the old turkey hen soon drove them off
with vengeauce., and would not allow them to come
near, as if she knew they wi-re strangers, and had
no Ii.4ht to intrude. She siid I wish Mr. -' W. 0.
G." would come :ilong just now. The same party
told me that the Sptrrowis had destroyed a large
field of Guinea Corn for him. When he thought it
w-is ripe he went to gather them but. the sparrow
had robbed all the sced.
In llHamilton Parish a lady informed me that the
Sparrows were a zrcat uuisance to her ; they were
de-troying all her young fruit; that she had n..t
been able to raise any cherries for two years, and
th-se- p.sts even came on the verandah and destroy-
e-l her flower trees.
Bermuda Potatoes.-The largest- and best look.
ing that I have set n this season was raised by S.
C. Bell, Eqr., of Southampton Parish, and which
were alluded to in your last issue. I wish he could
have given the name for Public benefit, as that
might be a great satisfaction. They seemed to be
of two different kinds, some of a round shape,
others of an oblong, lbut they seem to be just the
sort of looking potatoes would suit the Eng-
lish Marker, which would sell readily there now
at. $12 per barrel; they would not suit the Arne- Market as they prefer the Red Jackets.
Iu H.imilton I notice that the Corporation is im-
proving the Front Street. by placing drains on tlhe
sides, to run the water into the ditches.
The sidewalks.--Should the Corporation think of
making any movie, why not construct them of cou-
crete, and for that purpose use the hard stone fromin
the pri-ons, and Portland cement. This could b.e
done foir -'rd the ptice of bricks. It vould make?
the walking -.,tter and would not wear away in
hol., as 1d) the bricks, and form little tauks ,aftec
a fall of rain. I notice that some people now
prefer walking tin e the riddle he t street.
When repairing the brick .-ide-walks, turn the
bii-.ks over, first laying a bed of concrete for them
to rest on.
February It, 1S82.
------ ----**-----=---**
Thi, companyn y has established themselves with -
out any great or high woundingg names, and nothing
to rouommend them but the praiseworthy in'iiie-s
they have in view and a capital of one hundi..di
thoiisand dollars, liberally subscribed by the mrn--
bhes of that company, to cirry those motives into
The bad Teas and Coffees sold to the public has
induced this Company, including jobbers and ini-
portei s of well known experience and capital, to
supply cunsumers direct. They consider that the
time lhas, come when a complete change in the sys-
temn of distributing Tea-; and Cofee-, has become ai
tecc.'.'i/.v aLd they have re--olved to give the public
the full advantage of their ieourice-, and all the
asi'urauce and protection of their facilities. Much
could be hemie stated revealing the horrid adulter-
ation in :oth Teas and Cofflee, the result of the
rage for Low Prices, the bal effects of such adul-
teratioun- has alreadV b.-ein tio severely fault b'y the ,it Iije. FPiitity thefetortr will be lh-
di1,tiu i'.ion of t i ii- ',iupany and very effort will
be i:i'l.-: in ihi that end i= i vi-iv.-.
1. shi in n.tiL :.. will bie u-.ed. Their Beandu .
will lie- Ii y iii '.-s tnerely, and thi-
publi i it itt, :-f t!,tir iterits -i.Seoa Adietibe-

G-;it-:,i's relatives have a.teeptedl tho otter of J.
H. Ridgeway. of .Philadelphia, to pre.e.jve the
i:vipse 'by retrigerativn fo:'r exhibition.


E:un-,.. Mr-. Jau- ,o.. Con.-ord. N. If.
Hidl.-birgh,13hs. (h &,.-& [*
[,ill- :l, M Ceu .... Saritga Spr gs., N.Y-

M..K,.uu,:u, Mr,. J. M1...
J M-. M 3 .. L.,udon, Canada
S" MiS-- Clsie:
Coptr, tHenry Prtu.. 1 r
', Mr- Nw York City
('- 'pit, Mr. L. -D ....... Buttalo, N. Y.

-- -11 K i n, Cau.-dA
Woodiii.ui. Step.... A. Mas
S .Mrs. S-........ ins .
C, ,bru, (Chas. M"....... Skwhlgan, Me.
Mli J. D ....S.
Pluihninier. ('Chai-. C. '... B.:.-to, Mazs., John-.......... P- ro,- klyu
R:et'.- r --. --**** ..... Philadtlphin. PeaLn

Fit. h. E MA-nritt, Dr. J. Kin'... New Y,,rk City
uMrs. ...
Clehave, 3M. A., M.D.,, HIarrisbtt-g, Penn,
Thliotip'.n, Geortge...... Aiuburu, N. Y.
Broakaw. I-iaac-.......... New-.rk, N. T.
Rice. W (. ................. C ,tlet.'n, Vt.
Van Yrd.le M.. M C. ..*. St.Alban's. Vt., U.S.A.
Siimit,. Mrs. (-,o Gregory J
D,,nunI-tt. C'ha,-. C(..... T
fs. Boits-,u, Mass.
C',,x. R bl.-rt 1)-.......... Pla -1i:,le
,' Mrs. R. D........ Philadphi, e.
GeorgPe, E. P..........
Mrs........... West Fairker, Vt.
3 Mir-. Lena A.. )
MfcC'reary, R. H.......
Hinues, D. S ......... ..
Mrs. D. S......
Beardey, Geo:,rge A.... e ork City.
Mr,'. G. A....
[Son a UdI D;taught,:r ,
Ludlun, John L.. e
A Mr-i. J. L. New Jersey
Deuni-, A. L.......
Mis- riud MdT 1 Newarik, N. J
Dennis, W. E..........
Akei manu. M Warren... N rst
Mrs. .... New .ery
'* Mi.s ......... New Haven
M,:r.-ier, Mi-........ Newark, N. J.
( i',ud'r.v, Mr..,. J. T..... New kCit
EdwArteno ..... Nw Yok (ty

W e areglad to -.tatethat the Golvernor' health F1 I' t L iriryl', 10b 1 flAS tL...tI. ''A ,, trlt t u lot'LattieC, MIC rI.L.VI -
was ste-tdilY ii)roviin- all l.ast. we-k. On Tlhurs- I -- ---- --- Bld.
d.iy I:-,t h ,w.i- able to .-rr.nt 1.-tt-rs If .bidini-tra- Froi 11e uniled S( ate- atild Europe. .'
t.ion t,- su-v. ral p'r-.:u-i wh.i attendled- 1 at Mount I Anu Inquisition was held on the 11th and 13th
L-in'tt-u. H.e I.., .il-o 1.,:en able to train .-t ai ,:.,- The Mail Steamer Orinoco, Captain Fraser, ar- instant, at the Lunatic Asyliru, Devonshire, by
.iderilci *aouint f buli-i-s in dllrinil th.e wrek. jived on Sunday lat, in a very quick but stormy Clhailes C. Keaue, Esq., Coronner, on view of the
'Ian n-ji'ii-iY at Mount Lunt-...u we larn u that, pit Sace.p body of Mr. June Letitia Smith. a woman of color,
th..,icugh the da'l ne-ws that has bee-u rie:.ived ha.s of C aged year,who died on the 10th inst.,from disease
court,, at,.ct,.-l: hit, vry inUUh, he h:a not ahte.ri- We are indebted to Captain Frasr.r, and Mr. of the brain, caused by vi.:.leune. An open veidict
ally gtoune ba-k iu h,..alth. anl i- as w-tll s iu.ild .- Purser Dupont for files of papers of the 91h was returned. The dec-eased has been a patient in
expected. i i -tant* the Asylum for 13 months.
-------------- The Impe-ial Parliament wPs opened ou Tuesday ---,,-..
FENIAN PLOTS. last, tlho 7th instant. Her Majesty's Speech on -.,' .' .-" .' r.
.A rmniatu ,v.1-, lbruu.lnh do,,w here by the. Or, ...- the oceasiou, whit-ch will be found in another MURRAY'S ANCHORAGE.
,., that the D .,ite prly ft tih, L,:. olumu, was read by Lord Selbourne, Lord igh th 1e 'itt with re .rd t the .,-
is i: ntemnpl.itn ,In alt,: mi't to d(iIJage thi,- Naval tive lenit t of th'- difit.r ut ,u,.Lh.i,,4.-s of Berunud 1.
Et ih.bdni-ut, in Breirini.t,. It is evi'n reported We regi-et to notice that Her Majesty, by the t. t,, l.., tal..ility t, \16.--l- oft larg- iz-;
th'it e,. iii r.-.ui l ia.,.hiUi-, liar-:- iL't-.idy rii' it-d ad ice ot Her Phyvi-:iau-, will go to Menitone, in St. G(,,,rt,.e,.-. n t of it -h, -l-Awn.:-., and the(
th. -,.- il.ui,,. 'the month of MIarch. The Queen will travel iu- ,..,:,ukeoi-.i ,a, f its -,.,v,; C.i-tle Haill..r o un eonut
.Althiot'-.l L -h ri unIi ui .-re? frequej ntly V *tI'ound- coguita. of \":eai -w l nid l..,:il-. r i.i.,-tru>ti-.n.-, un.1 H..iuil-
loI-, or .ire s,,t iall-ot to c-ver oths-r sr-heime-, or s[ Mr. Bradlaiugh attempted to take his sent in the loun .i- .":-.nut of St.r-s Clihinu>.l with its ...hi'alt.
flatter thu i,. our.cit of the pl:,tter-, y ,-x,-itin-'alarin-, Hou-e of Conmmous on the 7th Fel.ruary: but was ..ein" .-,lik.i,-titontbl:-.
it wouldM be, w--ll, ..,.ieid ne--t of -,.:'in.- of the Feunian outra,.Q, that our lpeo- About .)l0 liberals abstaiued from votiug on thIe ,choira.-.-e at.i Gra.--y B iy. In ftIavoir -f the forme-r,
pie l h:,uld te w ll ,n their gui.rd, tu.1 th.-t the oc,-asi,--n. I w:.unl.l (ite.- te te i. f the Libl.,iriau -hip -- Cri-
i'ir:,.e.-iing of all uu:,,u,:r,.ditedi traugere arrivin.u The Earl of Lousdale is dead. He was only in tefion."
.iioun,- u -hiu:,ild be -:aiefully watt.-hel, Ik-t our ap- hi 26th year. He was the hu-band of the beau- On tlhe fir-t ...f thi- month tlhe '- Ctritou" was
patni-t .e.-urity .-hvuld e-,i:o'uII e or b,:-ge-t thie co- tiful Lady JLonsrlale." ordered, by th.I -.uirvtr-yr, to lihit.:-u to IS f.t, nd
tcfpti.n of sItt:h de-i.V'u. to -iie into St. Ga-ir-s o difhtrl e b.ilani: of
We ar- ,quite ., that the.? Naval nl Milit.,ry A severe storm of wind and ,]now all along the :, .:,r iurth,,- ,rin.,dtious; ehathe lth, o1t
auith ri-ti.- -ar, .ible t t tke. gd ,.ir. f th in- Nrt-hrn Sea board f the United States occurred on hulk partly lo .l the wha, l it is ex
p.rt..nut intere-.tsentru-te.d t them. but the whole the 4th, th and Gth instant, blocking-up rail-road-,, p:tl h',t- wIthiu te.i-rh ,,r -.ix vh,e,.k-,-ui-is
.an, ,itunity i as ini.-h inter.-ted .s they ar.-- in d- blowing down house5 and causing the wreck of a -]within that ti' thn- nitr ,i r 'ar- s.all have ,ee
ie.ting' th, se. owardly a,:.tiou-is number of ruS.-o: at one time the wind attained a I-.,ued at the uaval t.ik-..-that the <.,-, ship
---- velocity of 7-5 mile..- per hour. '"('riteri.,:u" will 1., rid ;ua at .uth,-h,.r in the oldI
The Ciororalion Sh.eds Hamillon. Ll. Pox of a vcry w-vere and most, fatal type and1 hi-t,-ri-i p-Itt of St. G(-ore,,..
The .'derati oth Shed, ^i) I .- continues to pIevail in very many of the States of If the 'C'ritriou" lha1 e,.n- to GTrassy Biv ,-he
The .oun-ile-rati,-n of the ShvdPiPtiou,ri the Union, and vac-innation, which is mo-t exten- v ',:,ul,] not io-ibhlyv havc been lihtuenel t,. 17 teet.
k,:n up -..the Coror.tion of Hamilton ou Tha-.say s ively -a.-tisd, is, seemingly tile only cheek to the tmder six dlav-., n. en n then. the wnnt of .hed
last, and thou:.h not fully d.,:-.iled ou theie i3 every di-,e ie. The New York lHerald" of the 7th inst., nwharf, and,:-Ih,lse '- .. ,:i.ino,lationu t H.ntilton, to be-atd in Sc t hes, .bt ed w hrno lwn r b say --o Not withl the fau t i' t i- Health would ha r,,Il,:,-,i it u .-. v.r th., -lip1 t,
d. iu g.4un.1o s, i-uti wll be thrown ,-,pe tf Ofi,-ialk, e-pe-ialls i... i,.ihiberis ot -t v- ,..tnating havi ,:, n, to St. G. t>.-..-, lwhere'lt- t fa,:iitit- are
the Pubi, ut eneally, Hn,ar certain ue,.es.iary I- c p., ,have beeu doing all in th, ir power to check ,, ru-hl great,r, to ,U-ch.r-e and store th.- bal.n.-
..tri.:tit.,u--n.mly t.,t If:,r perso -,,e c i.,,,itd to the spread of iaallp,, almost weekly they unearth 4,f her .argo.
re.ei, u au.. transfer to the stamei-air-r .h .-hit-etable. -nearly half a dozen suppressed ea,es by whioh the ShIIuld ui- evidence be wanted of the satety off
-.., ,m, IL-e Offered, t.lin,- h lr i ir the a carried fromt one section of the city to ,hilp- lyiin. iiu Mlnrtt-av-t. An.bian',.. refert-n.,
,-rd-t in w2I-h if ,s :ehi;n'A1 -grant re.p t ,an,,thei,. cet new cases, one of which proved muttt lie iT.wev to the fri_.'-m,:.-nt of vt.,soe[ which :,?
tle a- These (lerk or Shipp-rs a to te ap- fatal, were rerordpd yesterday." to 1,:founud along the Northeru dires of St.
p,.lit'-'.l Iy the Al-'eutt, aul- to whnom t1.'y tire to Georget x.
bo i,. ..:,nsille. There ar.. al-o to b,. Ier.,son ap- TE. X. SENTENCED..
p-inteld as Coastablesi who will br. duly unthorilIed ET NC m '
to tee to the rdgulaiaity in the delivery of the pro- b The mn:ti-,n t: the Sutpr,, Court, on the 2nd To the Editor of the Royal Ga:tl.'-.
d and to keep order. in-tant,, on 1--hdlf oof Guiteaii for a new tri.l, wa, NOTES OF INTEREST THROUGH TilY
due and ir'toed by Mr. S:.:villu and opposed by Me-r. -- COUNTRY.
aCnd.. ('.rkudll and Dai'l-i saudl wa- arm,-il'ud i:on th --'d ; Lr,-I understand the shi re;.,, lying
NelbIodi"t Sunday Schdool Anniver- ai.f1u 'nthe hil .a1 'x overtnled the ii-ti1-u 1 in Lurray'I nAehorage, is discharging her eargo
tairy Meeting. a ,,,. p-d .ut-, ea ,-of death on G(iiteanu, who. the int t A hore, is diouh.rging her cargo
S. ,- i.t7.i n .li-hters site will -have to take out a lare nor.

MR. LEj.-I am sorry to inform you that ouN
early Onionus, in different p.irfi :.f the country, have
taken a sort of di-.ease, whit.h ie doinu a great deal
of injury. As this many be caui-d -,by the cold
nig-ht denws, an early shaking of the plant with a
swit,-h and so reniove the dewi from them before the
sun iiei, ma-i siave thelic-i. R.
February 1i, 18S2.
THE JEANNETTE.-Lieutenant Danenhower, of
ihe Jeauueite expedition, basarrived at Irkutsk. He
telegraphs that Lieutenant Do Lona's party has been
Raced to a definitive locality on the west bend of
I' Lena. The Jeannette entered the ice near
Herald Island on September 6, 1879, drifted to the
northwest during twenty-one months and sauk on
the 1,t2h of Juue. The retreat over the ice was
then made to the New Siberian Islands, and thence
in boats to the delta of the Lena.
A letter has been received from Engineer Melville
saying that the search parties of the Jeaunette are
divided into three, commanded by Americans and

A secret organization has been formed in Ireland
its ohj-ot being to prevent the payment of rent and
pnjish those who disobey its orders. The explosive
letter sent to Mr. Farsler contained iodide of
Sir Edward Reed, representing an English Syn-
dicate interested in colonisation, has bought of the
Florida Land Company 2,000,000 acres. Thecon.
tract was closed on December 20 and the first pay-
ment of 5,000 1d.,s. made. The Syndicate is con-
structing a railway from Fernandina to Cedar
Keys,the route traversing the land which they have

NEWFOtUNiLA.ND.-The exports from Newfound.
land and Labrador in ISSI amounted to 1,912,-
143 11 S. or $7,61',.574 31. Of this anounmt the
dri-d codfit-h was valued at 1,266.505 12, green
odfi.-h 37) 5 seal skins 138,417, sedi oil 1100,-
77s,3 A ,odo ilil 1,12'., n2-fi', d ,il i',4SO, preserv-
ed liibster t.27,17s5 4, pickled herringie i6t:714 6/
copper ore .t IIS, 765.

WrMTrE TnROOP FOR BaREPB.iors.-We have reason
to believe that as soon as thae Iland of Barbadoes
is thoroui-hly Ire-e of yellow fever, that Island
will be a.-i'.n gnrri,'inud by whiiit: troops.

PRICoE- OF BEMIUDA PorrDUCE in New York on
the 9th instant :
Potait-es '.- to $7 per barrel.
Be':t- $2-75 per box.
T.'r:it'.toes $1 per box.
Onions, not. quoted.

"W-hy [plea for the Sparrow,
No < liitu has it here,
Why should it be favoured,
'Bove utr native 1'irli fair,
Why spare this intruder,
Nt'lo lestroys our own birds,
Not l]ng- wi.tild our songuster,
Thb Bluebird be heard.
I This de-ar littl- Bluebiril,
Who destioys the vile grub,
Andi t,:-rs 'war the worn,
We should love.
0. A." quotes from Bible story,
When our Saviour was on earth,
For two suih little sparrows,
S .TJust one farthing' was the worth.
I T mere onec farthing was the value,
Of these Bi-li-i of innoc'nee,
Then 'tis certain, that their value,
Then, as now, was not o're much,
S But does this little Sparrow,
Our Onion beds destroy,.
If you've ome to that, Sparrow,
Th-nu surely you should die.
Coin, lepeui stand fruit they do destroy,
But worse- than all our native birds,
So we ,ihluhl viry with one a-.cord,
We will protect our native birds.
That C'harity he'-u-ins at home "
I t'ray y.-u will remember,
And t., the jut law-miakers' will,
The Sparrow must surrenderr.
( Co'tf:.e diinlk' -i -sht:uid .-:id thie- advetisemitent in
:iuoth..r : .rllu- n l e d'd. .,. d",... / .

frUA Spp])lemelit of Five Col-
'niiS at:-:oiul..i.antie this issue of the -" Gazette."
It int:.-ius the 1..artitulars of an1 important a:-
tion in the Poli.-:e C(uit, St. Georges; the
Qtueeiin's peech a[ the op-eniing of Parliament
on 7jh inst.. ad. ant initere-stiug commnutmie-
tion of A Friend to the Public."


ir_ __ __ __ __ __ _

BIRTI. at Tuieker', Town, on Sunday, the 5lh in-
slant, theWit E of Mr. George W. Basdon, of a DA7OGH-
......... at Silver Lak',, New Jersey, ou 20th
T:nuariv. MPs. S. N. Jr.ell of a So,.
......... iu this T,.w-n .u Mnday 13th, the
,ri'E of Mr. E. B4ll, of TWINt,.
MARRTED,-A.iNiM.-D.Lm.ELL.-Oa Feb. 6th,
15S2. at 1,609 Loxington Avnue. New York, by
the Revd. Hnley Moore, FREDERICK WV. ARNIM, of
New York, to A'Mi ELEANOR WOOP, eldest
daughter ..f Edwin B. aud Sarah B. Darrell, of
......... ly the Rev. A. W. Nieoluou, at the
Methodist Church, Hauiilton, o.u Saturday l1th
last., MRn..Tone H. GonsiTF to Mr.s. ATOuiSTA Jo-
SEPHINE, othl of Ireland Ilanud.
DIED. at her residence in Hamilton Pari-h, on 3rd
instant, MRS. SARAH HroDnGsoN, in the 7w'h ypar of
her age ; leaving a husband, two daughters and num-
erous relatives and friends to mourn their loss.
......... at Berbice, British Guiann, on 7th
January, 1.2, after a short illne- JoaNe D. Drrr.
INSON, Esq., of Benuuda iof the Firm of MebSirs.
.J. E. Perot & C -.), aged 26i ycar.: leaving a be-
reaved wife and tw.A children, father. mother, bro.-
there and .ister4. and a, large circle of other rela-
tiv,-s and friends t.o lient hi-4 death.


D. :V., The Members of Victoria
Lodge, No. 7, I. of G. S. and D. of S. intend
Celebrating their Sixth Anniversary at Ham-
ilf nn,-n


Thfe 151h Instant,
On the Premises, at 12, .Noon,
If not previously disposed of,
The New Buildings,

(The latter Rents for 25 per year),
Adjoining Mr. R. H. Duerden's Building, next
East of Commis-ariat Bakery.
The HOUSE is well adopted for a Grocery
or any business where large Rooms are re-
For further Particulars please apply to
Hamilton, Feby. 14th, 1882.


Th7 Undti's-)/nd ol' 10 Baygs of
their usually low priced but well flavored

* Hamilton, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1882.-2 ;'p
Gazette" only.

Walking STICKS, Collar BOXE'.
Cedar Berry SYRUP, HONEY,
Cayenne PEPPER, Bermuda ARROWROOT.

y P u b lie Au ctio n, 45 Frot Street,Hailtn
UJNDER THE BIG SHIED, -!---_-t.h-- .--
At 12 o'clock, M., Diamond and Brilliant

On Thursday next' coo erosene
16th of Februaryni imnr 7 Pnt tr IF-
IN w and imnrve, Pa ttern tor R1'2.

25 N 4 1hds.Edimnburgh ALE.
S 4 30 Tins BUTTER (5 lbs. each)
21st- -S 0O a Lbs. Superior COFFEE,
21st Instant. 25 Bbls. Table POTATOES,
R. Secretary. 50 Gross Comb MATCHES,
N.B. -There will be an Entertainment at 10 Boxes Crown SOAP.
th,. Odd-Fellows Hall on same date, in aid of 5 Kits of SOUNDS and TONGUES,
Lodge Futind. Door- open at 4-30t p.m. Ad. 30 8 Do Pickled BASS,
mission G.d. E. L. L. 00 4-fot 6 inch PALINGS,
February 14, 82, 65 Tubs Dock Yard GREASE,
February 14 8________Tins Vanity Fair TOBACCO, lib each.
So t Beet, Cucumber, and other SEED -, im-
M oney to L oan i ported la st F-all,
O r e O .o f 0 Bbls. Kerosene OIL,
On approved M.,rtgak.e Securiti( s. 10A.0 Superior Red BRICKS,
Apply to 12 Window BLINDS, (shipped contrary to
l-ehruary 3, 182.-1 pd 2 Bbls. COPPERAS,
__ .1882.1_________pd___I- 4 Tins (5 Galls. each) Boiled Linseed OIL,
A CA R D Women's and Misses Hoop SKIRTS,
A CA R D SL Men's and Women's BOOTS and SHOES,
.. ___ Sundry articles of Household FURNI I'URE,
THE undersigned begs to thank the Public etc.,
generally, but the residents of Paget in And a great many.other Goods that will
particular, for the liberal Patronage they have appear at the Sale.
extended to him during the past two years, and B. W. WALKER & CO.,
hopes by his usual stict attention to the comin- Auctioneers.
fort of Passengers to receive a continuance ot Hamilton, Fehy. 13, 1882.
same. Io
Rate of Ferriage TIIRE: vHALF-PeNCE either R P
way, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., after that hour F
Special arrangements can be made. -
F. F. HARRIOTT. That commodious and pleasantly

P.S.-MR. HARRIOTT feels greatly oblig-
ed for the valuable assistance tendered him, hbit
prefers [being quite capable] attending to his own
business generally, and that of the FEIRYV iln
tlamilton, Feby. 14th, 1882.-2

School Books.
A full Supply of the above as
used in the PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
Ju- t Received at the Royal (Gazette" Stati-
onery l)eposilt.ry.
January 14th, 1882.

Whittakers' Almanack,
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Feby. 14, 1882.

A PIANO to Hire.
Apply to C. E. CLAY, Trinity Cottige.
Hami'ton, February 13, 1882.-1 pd

Account Books.

A very large supply of Lite above received per
S.S. Oourland"' from London an.i for
aale .at the Royal Gaz-'tto" St.itionery Store.
Hamiltou, Feby., 14th, 188?.

." B
Merchandise Broker and Manu-
facturers' Agent,
125 Chawb ras street, New York.
P. 0. Box 272i.
February 14, 1881.-2

From London,
AT the Royal Gazette" Stationeryv -tore,
a further supply of' L, .1 : RS, AC-
COUNT, blue RULED and PLUi vN, while and
blue FOOLSCAP. LETTER and NOTE l'aper,
ruled and plain, white and blue, &c., &er.
HIai-ilton, Feby 14, 1882.

For Sale or Hire,
On moderate t-.rms,
The Yacht,

Complete (Lately own.:. by Lt. Wood. R.E.,
The same being in staumi-:h order, and. ready
for use, his been recently cleaned.:
Apply to
Hamilton, February 14, IS82.-tf

situated Family residence in Paget Pamish

IIn C H E LS T- ,0
Next \Vest of Rural Hill," with several acres
of Good Laud, Stable and 1'arrnage I louse.
Possessioua can be given immediately.
Apply to
February 14th, 1S.2.-l


ALL Persons having just CLAI MiS against
the E.state ol the late J.RFlMI-i
WILLIAM PENISTON, of Ha.diilon Parish,
are requested to render their ACCOUNTS to
the Undersigned on or before the first day of
March anow next e.suimg; and all Persons IN-
DEBTED to said Esmiat will please make pay-
ment by the above date. ,
Hamilton Parish, Feb. I Ith. 18S2.-3

b Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
Sing or making. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
Flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it s impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (in the bran, anot round,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each packagecontainsthe
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
Spacktwo kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
Sand pungent; Thurber's "No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
good quality, hlon'st ,aintity, areaii.sonbl
'price. Ask y/our Grorr ifur 7'hurlber's
oa.nthd ('.itee in poatn'l pa'ekaycs. Nu. 34"
r No. 41 ." Do not be put off witH any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the Ideal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
SAsk for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &e.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest ilalers in food pro-
duets in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome good, and pack Ihem- in a tidy
andi satisi'factoiy mn-nner. All goods
beating our n.tiame art- gmuarant.:-.:d to be
of sup'-rior quality, or,. nl d 'ttl'e.utinme,
and da-ulers are authorized to refund the
purcha.,e price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both :dealers
and consumers to use Thurber's brands.

For Sale by W. H. WATLINGTON,
Next West Royal Gazette" Offie.

Hamilton, Feby. 14, 188'.-3 times

THE UNDERSIGNED intending s,.,o to)
leave the Island, desires all !'ersons to
whom he may be INDEBTED to present their
Bills for Payment
Before the 31st of March,
and also requests those INDEBTED TO HIM
to call and make arrangements for a final
S..ttlement before that. date.
Reid Street, llamilton, 4 times
Feby 13th, 1882. 4 times.

Agent for
0at1-or0 Spring Water,
In Pints per Jozen, or (-1 diz.-n each.)
Hamilton, Fehruarv 14, I HS.-tl'
For Sale,

By Order of the -ortgagae

ALL that certain DWELLING
lo- HOUSE and Lot of Land thereto be.
longing, situated anid being at the Flatts Vil-
lage in Smith's Parish, which said Lot of Land
is intersected by the Main Road and is bound-
ed Nurtlherly, by the Waters of the Flatts
Harbour; Wtiat':rly, by lands formerly of John
Paynter, deceased, and now of his heirs or de-
viSees ; Soilherllq and Eistterly by lands form-
erly of Edwin Peniston, deceased, and now of
Aggeus Outorbridge.
Apply to
February Cth, IS82.'-3 Jp1

Private Board.

LADIES and Gentlemen vi.sitiig Bermuda
can be comfortably icecomnno.lated on rea-
soinable terms by applying to W. S. PENSd-
TON, Jackville, Hamilton Parish.
i Sea Bathing and Boating among other at-
Jauusry 3rd, 18S2.-6 3p

Liverpool,Q ueensilo'.vwi London
i anid New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloous and staterooms (all
on the main deck) :'re unusually large, light
and airy. The table and general appoinmt-
ruents compare favourably with the best hotels
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
SLiverpool, and weekly for Lomndon direct, from
New Pier .)9 North River. Rates of passage
Sin cutrrelncy:-To Quecuslown .n-w:l Liverpool,
L.' to 970. To London direct (Vi t- ,ia Docks)
'.)u to .Git ; excursion ticket ( .11, urrmency ;
SleerCage passage '20, Cur-lency. tnrtlher
particulars ajlply to the Company's Offices,
SNos. tiJ, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27, 1882.

New York Jiail Steamer.

The Steamer
Ca ptain I \E- El,
Will leave the Port of Hamilton for
Grassy Bay at 8 a.m.,

l6th February, IS'2.
And is to leave (rassy I ty as soon as the
Mails, to be dispatched from Hamilton at 1
p.m. on lthat date, rea-li her.
The" Ominoco" is to leave New York on the
23rd February for I return.
Pasben-zers are respectfully req'estedl to be
on lord here at 7-30 a.m., Iilih February.
Breakfast will be served on board
Freight, Parcels, and Specie on Freight, will
be received until 6 p in. 16hi February.
,ShiT,',rs ar,: rlU ht,! /, tai-c dit.te-: that ..epra-
rat' ra;p/t will b. siitnl by th Parser for
BRrrels Pot',toe., B'e.s Onin,., B,,.r., Beets" andl
Bn.3' Toilatls oandl ,mu ri b. pr.t-qedi ,d.t'caly. r
^1;'8 Siti'. l t'c, Jd'lI and' ifl ur,qlr, l thiu uly -
olt t ,rj Cro'i S', '.' .
Hamilton, Bermuda, 14th February, ISS2.
Colonist once.

For London Direct

The London Line ,of Steamers,

il A\ '. I at Lloyds, i,24 I ion.,
C. 1. YOUNG, Counmander,
Will Leave the Dockyard

THURiS D Y next
16th FIl.ruary,
Taking Freighlt aid P'assnsgtirs for Engl iid.
Apply :o
Hamilton Agents,
February 14, 188)2.

Tea and Coffee Conmpany
Of New York.

W. H.TWatlingtoin,
Special Agent for Bormniuda,
Hlas just received pur S. S. Orinoco,"

lu 1 lb., 2 lb., 3 lb., 41lb., 5 and 10 1b.
The public of Bermuda are resp,.ctfully re-
quested to give this wi-w enterprise a trial.
Reid Street, near Royial (az-tto" Office.
February 14, 1882.

Just Received,
Per Orinoco,",

Fresh Garden

Consiostiog or:- -
c UCUCMBEl .iQtU.\-Si
PUMPKIN Veget-hlo \1 l.i :'0WV
Different varieties parties il-irly ordered and
selected fur thi. Colony.,
Wholesale and Retail.
45 Front Street, Hamilton, }
14th Feby., 1882. 1 I

Notice! Notice!!

ALL JUST A(-cOUNTS against
-L- the Inuem-l.rsigned must be- re.dered. on
or before the
28th of February, 1832,
I will not acknowledge any .%Acco.unt reude edil
to rue after the aboie name i date. An all
who are INDEBTED TO ME must settle
their Accounts on or before
The 23rd ol February, 1882.
All Accounts remaining unsettled after that
date will be placed iun Legal hands for coiiec-
tion without respect to person.
Hamilton, Feby. 13th, IS2.

For Sale,
P2 Gnod Working

At lov prices for Cash.
ENGLISH Carriage (iARNESSES, Brass
and Silver Mountings
English Cart HIARNE.SSEr
:itiing ,Ai)DLE i n1l Bii.DLE
Engilish and Amineit ica Eidiug and Drivinog
Cal riage CC LL.krA' I- HLTERs-,
BIT;s Chamois sKlN.-
&V &c.

Reid Street, Febnruay 6th, 1882.-2


S- -W-
[L.S ..X.] By iU Excellency LieOtrn-
R. M. Lauffan., aut-General SFR ROBERr
Liu.-GnA EL LA PFA N, R.
ELieut.-Ge, K.C.3.O., Governor
oeernor 4- Corn- Coma.nin'der-in-Chief, in
ii(inlder-ii-C/hu'j. and ot.r thege Islands, k'c.,
&., S.c.
S 0ro0damntton0.
W HEREAS this present Colonial Parlia-
Sient stan ls prorogued to FRIDAY
the Seventeenth dLiy o Februaryinstant, rha-e
thought fit further to proeogtre a.nd do hereby
furth,-.r prorogue the said Colonial Parliament
to FRIDAY the 2lth day of March next,
of which as well the Membhrs of the Le-
gislative Council as the .%Iembers of the
House of Assembly are hereby required to take
notice and to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the
Great Seal of thpse Islands
this Thirteenth day of Fe-
bruary, A.D.. 18S2, and in the
45th year of Her Majesty's
By lia Excel,'en.c's Commind,
Colonial Secre.r.

llth February, 18F2
request of MR. F. PLANTE, the privi-
leges of a Bonded Warehouse, granted under
the provisions of Act No. 14, 1861, in his name,
to the Stores on Front Street known as No.
24 and lately occupied by him have been
withdrawn, and the Certificate cancelled.
Also, at the request of the Hon. S. s. ING-
HAM. similar privileges granted, in his name,
and by the same authority to the Stores on
Fio:nt Street known as No. 4, and now occu-
pied by Mr. Plante have been withdrawn, and
the certificate e cancelled, and a certificate is
sued for a certain portion thereof in Mr
Plante's name.
1 Receiver General.

Jarshal's Sale.

at 1'2, noon,
1st March next,
By virtue of u aWrit of E.recnltiou sued out of
the Court of oe"iera'l A si'ze,
O. ANN ADKINS, in all that certain LOT
OF LAND, in the Town of Hamilton, in the
Islands of Bermuda, denominated Lot number
1N of a 20 feet Street running past the Sunday
School House between the 6th ;ind 7th Lon-
gitudinal Streets of the said Town ; bounded
on the North by the said 20 feet Street, and
there measuring 50 feet; on the South by Lot
S of a 30 feet Crois Street, and there measur-
ing 50 feet; on the E.rt by Lot number 11 of
the said 20 f-et, Street, and there m-asuring
150 feet; and on th.e WIat by Lot number 13
of the same n street aud there measuring 150
feet, or however otherwise the said Lot num-
ber 12 may be bounded-ir may measure or ought
to be described, with tho appurtonances.
P. M. G.
Fb., 10, 1892.

For Sale.
Apply to the Director of the Yard Teams
D. M. Naval Yard.
Feby. 14th, 1882.-3
Colonist" please copy once.

For Reilt,

A Cottage,
S -. o.. rr.! unt Uion tr t- i tlia1
t' .. .w I.I b ly habe la a'ue -- W a .., ,
-..-ii,., %i:li evvry tonviv,.ie eice for a frumily,
,ind 1N iai hthornmh order. There arc num.. r .un
FaIt Tree- on thll- ire'mies.
I'o--session can be given on the 1st March.
For further particulars apply to
East Broadway.
Hamiltoni, feby. I 1882.- if

I the Undersigned, hereby for-
9 bid all Persons from Crediting my
Wife, ELIZABETH WELLS, as I will not
be respousinle for any debts contracted by her
after this date. She has been absent since
13th December,
February 13, 12.-1 pd

FICE HAMILTON, February llth. 1882.
Joao S do Amaral, Mra Frances Anl erCon, Vin
Brown, Schlir 'Gold'u Cily," lose F CArvllo, R D
lavir, Elizibeth Fol r, Joio J Fereirae. George
Go[:ez, Captihni 1-1oper, Wmin F Howell, Beai
Iiwsi. M V Nuuez, M J Nichols, Richard .mith,
H-narii H Smitb,Mm.s J HSnmiih Schr "'I ) ASrnaui,"
Luce. Troii, Jo T'iu'lewan, Geou Whit.', Ja i's
W'ek,, Baique W\Vm Wilnon," rhos P Williams.
Thomas Boyde, John Davie, 0 Dickenou,Brig
"D A Small," James Smith, Fanny Troll.


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C. 10

A 14,

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ca -q w c, J
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-j n l' it ri' (", ~' ^~. u ^, L ;
It n i'n.e'' unii-tj :I iJ cd Iu'I the *o LO D u

ib it. i.lS'cs t a -Ih' i:e,'un'. i :a '',- i l iir')t, id ,
nTheIt' By e e.'cisi: riilEtinu oA' imNO.d?
Irc av a n c. i -eti oA "nt.islasin e i y

'It Si na, .' h t: *u.'-!u n i e Iuu e y ou
eli c ri'.-t l.t h i ',' .t ti t t .' r tl

|ir ,.-I" : it," n'.n .: th .. ,i L i i ll hi,, ur,- 0li.
iiti bii gi C Iie n 'ee A i iii.'. i u i ce

se l nat --sr t,,J i t u ,.I *n ,.-,j I,, i., & "'., i ,
Dear SIR>,--I ,iVO Udl your INt l)iN hILtCIQ
SY -JiU'P with i a sI-icmae mil relief. I htve
been afflicted with. catrrh ar a h i coul
get no retN, util I o nie -.tced usiiN yhe BLOODrit.
1CYR P. I wsi about i o _i itkln p h rl't e inim -
Tia tt 1 r fiter trk.iiio it l ate dizii tu feel t df l
lu o C.'ii ":ii a.i ; is,' u-i:rii n u Int-iroiir d i l St' .
sas calls.-aJ b' thle Iit-tdirue r.'s.oru 'siil ;iy itntitrfu.rr
e fulacteion and act w eola, tlr d..1a, od in' h, ir iin.ny
Iti loi ii, aur .d by il -he droulr, i..ed ,fi; i he a..n trm
Inf Ier. I i varibly fou .t nd. liowvevi t, r u s dizzy
I'e'iinc sain pu sed away, uny. liPtIh yt., u (.: Di i \ tl
tianqui hizd, d iu eal aitrin h I poison retnov' d by
tH taode i ,-. I have ben euirtly cureI d by your
invaluable remiat -y.
le,- acd tfully y r,ing
J. H. 1-M.\LL\DOOD,
No. 3 19 u\Vpith si., N. w oi. w Crity.
s iJ-n L'Ire o wv. toJ i wiv i iy hea u, an ein evw th
h .ti'-iujal .tI-.uflis iOf ,-'li i l I i)L D PU 1G II:J I lR ; imy
I.ithli, U v .: it -I. d-r, od- uiidl he i ml Itill v .i rta il i-t

sate nill, as ieci tUil..- I %i 1 rll a.o s v ni. I.rfes-
i1uuni Irh i iir ilved So Itl I ca i cal at a tli hi:?, wilihin
Nou It' ie I:h-ii. ., New Vo'l, City.

r No. 1St Pr.I' v-sr., Nc tv YouIi:('iri .

B l00I) I _.- l P h ..l sitlvly cur, II I l,. ,-t Sick
It alio curd m y u ii.-lll iof .rle l ir, and lray
vie m .1 i F, C' i .ii.e culil-. a
Isaac )hhinan, Buhl's te-il,, .'th .t., (4,f DalI-
maun Brouers, deal rs ll Ihcane aseonk), cured of
Dypepsiid uid fndigc'.ii, i, oi many years' tanmdingru .
Henry lI)dintai, f mh, .ie p ru, cured ,I Sair,
"I hru. r aiid mlllii4r.'Ai li, Itier having been tremed
by ptIuw imins 'vithiout bnitrJieialf eu'elc

(;ONSTIPTI 1' ION WI 17 11HE.ADtXil]E.

sickIt h. -dache.

[e,9-1. PhF. PS17 A. !_ONt,

Nhv d le-', h .-l,.ta., New Y.or co ity .
SICK IN:D,--t)AiAN 4BOD ur-NPlq [I\.O) Y-

-w it Io-, f-:e. miety r -.srviiom t.i ul tti.-i diureCie-t
hul li:,tii p- e i -i id tvyif %t'lvg ir ple s, af' r rea tia k--
taii d ah li h Ii ai lind t'.'i -u d "I 11'aionaa dizzin ',i

it ukiCo I il,-t ,'i.,y r.d elioI i ul "a.ntiin tiz. nu se.

\'iUC, \VM. A. PI.CKMAN,
Na. ,'13Z 'eti 'din l -N't.d slN w X rk City

Naw YoRi, Feb. 3, 1880.

,;E,R ^ :Ir,- iE.O 1 pi-isure in r conumini.nri ng
,umi INDt iN [1.l00n SX-'Y!;i'P as an iiunvaluible
r-ii.. 'i fur DyJ.'i't-,Ti. Aiby iifire has blei a atul.t r.
a i it .Ii p1erlcudiejI dly-i-eprimi altaika ul the iiulst
;s I.. nature lor over 5 c irs. During auch attack.
dii .tl| l t l a .alio tt l.,- a rtlief to hilt Slhe" h as
|I' ior by t--t.-iala J ci.ui withoutt ffects
,,timllg i .'ve i e' irelifurin l she obiaimn d a Lotui
t.i yv. r IN LDI\N I BLOOD SYRUP. Its elif'ect
wtiI w'tdid ijuli andI she i i now eniirt-ely cud. it
s ,uiaiedici that i no housi:hild should be wilihuui
N\o '261West llouseien-Si., City.
BERMI.Dt, Ju,::- 2,Sh, 1S81.
DCAR SiR,-T1his is :o ':rtuivy lih.t I hai've found
,r.c.e ,i.-cd ui your IND! i-N ULLO OD SYRUP Ihian
i i iy. i-dliciI tLha ia I hivc ev r t-L'.-n\ for Dy--pep.ia
ai d laslieiin. I would advise all that suffer mrur
; to1 iy DlI. CL.\iK JOHI N:O.N'S INDIAN
Iltit l>L :"X-Y'IJ P.

; -l.. I t S iGer-ne.'s,
ic- A, FOX,
\VWcl't Stieet, St. Georges.

The IU deybign ed
D 1' IRi.s to i .i k li:s Fli:nii. id tle f ii .-
L.c li thcir ar P uirunaie in the ptit, and:l-Do
to hiin rnm tlera that lie \iill

Nos.5, 7, & 0, Church St. W, et,
(0|p.~s- it, the MECHIANICS' i \Li.).
To-Mlorrow, Wednesday,
February 1st.

Please give an early call for
Received per Ste:uner. Also,-
TEE 7A 34A 1 S3TOC: O:P
OTH-EM -00=13.
Pamilton, Ja.vy. :0, 188s .--:*'


!ilE Undersigned li.s jutt opened a choice
Selection olf English .imli A ierieCan

I ur Xnras. Receive, tl ti,' li.fil " ier

Cons;.u inig in pIrl u: o:
'7is oft R.ast BEEF ,I Ii'TON
Cill CK I'N l)Ui'K- 'IOO.;-'.
m!i.nch TOeNGUCS Piltld I \I1
Ilottles of \.sorned PIGKLG KER ;
ied CEBI-1%GE and SAUCES
Corned I'E Fi' in fias IiSUUIT.'S ofiill kinds
SIG 4,. VWhite and B-own FLOU l
T'iin- of t;OC'O aid .1i I .K
Green and IBurnt COFFEE Oilio'I TI" \
Blultles of .iI'R UI':-, oft'all fd.i ois
CHElIi.IES, &e., &c.
Tins 'jf FRUi'I'S, in Syrup
J A M S .o il iu vors UJ I 1' R LAi{D
11ICE T.-Y. \ '.LiL' CI!EESCIU
ianu 5..' -._ U_
. oz. I oif' E N aci LE!1Mt
1 .-' 1 ':. : V \r i.L \, &.,:., & c,'ed Atlii L :
'I'.'. L i; IC- \- 'li', (PcwderJd)
Hfair i i-, :ijsorted l'i.i ors FiMe Olive- OIL
cUi.ih0 is FIb 1jSS

N L'T.'iG.i .1AL10)NiS., in and ouul ufshell
1 \C;. CLO)V'
Jar o.f Preserved GiNGER SA\GO
&c., ..c., &&c.
East Broadtaay and Victouria Streetsi.
Haailito., L,mb.inl 9er 19, I,:S1.

For Rent,

A Cottage,
In the Town of Haiiilton.
lhm :.lia te Po.,.ssission iv.:.n.


Hamilton, Jany. 1It, 1"8".,

Coughs Cured.

[1LLLION hive tried a:mi been benelited
. by the use o" E. A. iEifi-t'." COUHII
I)lt'(.1 T.'-,o 'e"sull':rint fro'n Cou tU-, .tin
CLOLa better at ,iitce obtain a supply and
thus prt.venit the iI eii'.ts so o'lien produced
by neglected' Ctiuglis, &t.
A.lw, 1s 1n hai.d-TAl, II)1tIHOUNID),
FLAXS',lI), l.-tltuid Muios D-iJ.OP., &ac.

E. 31'EJE/RIS.
'.a;s! h Droadit.'\, Novr. 'i)li, 1Sl..- 3iu.

ForI lent.

Just Received,l
Fro a.N'tvw <,rk per S.S. Grinovo,.
F'le,-h oifly of
.\AMS ;' ACO8\1'O N-,l;pl.l i'I r'. El'
C rned '.':F- miu, t;x TiN i.Ii
? ,ose.'l I is FEE t' iLuuni h IN UI: I
Hai SAU:-i lUE iultlel 11AAI
'I't)NGUES and BEIF t 11 I'TI'EI
l.l.%D CIIE E.-.r FLOUR1
DAl'i'ls ilI.:tC.AN aind PiI-NJTSf
Itl.CUIT.S f' fall kinds
Canned MlEAT', &,e.. &e.
ilamilton, Jany. 31st, ISS2.

if yum want a Caool] Filling suit ot
C LOTH E'?.-5 and tilG Fronit Stree.
TO IN N. McNNILAL S CO., h.iae Ea ,Igoi
I \he. ervicus of an r'irst Class Cutter anl'a
Fitler.--65 and (J6 FI"rt Stiret. i
,- +
ITOINM. M McNPIl &, Cu., invite their Puli-
lir to C'.ll 'Id I'.x imine tliheir Largje A -
E-i.riment of F'ine Suitigliis ian P niii Suiflt,-
(5 aiud 66 i u;it '4tre-t.
Hauilt.:.n, N,:evr. '2., 1.L.-tf


TFHiE Unuidersignedl takes this op-
cportunity t) thank the Mereihants of
B-eriiida. for the very liberal re''won-e which
diuiug; the past y,-ar they have given his Card
whitih was first publisheti in this IJourunal last
Decembi',r anmi which ha., ro'sult.:-d in a largely
increased tr:ule with this Isl.and. He woul.l l
ilso express the hop-e that, thile intereu-'Ise so
auspiciouily begun may 'be doubled.l this eoin- i
ing yer', itind thtt eveiy Iiih:ibit:mlt of it-ruliin-
da Oay be? given an op;poi tity to t-st the
superior 'lqait/i/ of a1ll atrtitlt's put up unt[ler
Thurbers' brandls which coverr goods tlihat are
'oji.ntu,i .t,7 tobe b '1l .,* i l of
wii' .h dealers ri'- a ui ,.;r..-il t.t i.-, uil the
lir ht' ,ltts, prie C',hei c 'onilt tn,1rs h vic u.1iiie.,:l
for dissatislif.'io",. He wouldM igai n re'iminl. the
Met.rchants of Beriuiida that lhe is .,l-o pact i-
cally familiar with the wants of the Island in
all that r-ates to "Food Produc:ts anil Groc'.-
ries generally.
Any tlder' that may be entrusted to him
will be faithfully and promptly tilled, with thl
assurance that they will reeI.-ive all the adlv:in-
tagr-s which the special facilities of the Messrs,
ri.urlier &. (o., etable: them to give as'importers
with Branch i louses at London, England, antil
Bordeaux, France, andi as foreign Manuface-
trnes % ith Factories at iHordeasux, Marmannde,
and Nantr-, Franet?, in a.dditon to:i the largo:
Factoaies which they own and oplertte in the
suited .'tat.-'-. \ tiial order, no matter how
bm:all, maxy i'>-.itlt in iutui.-l 1.betn-t and will
be alppr'ciated by

ALf, j 'I T 'W. \ MINICK,
With H. K. rid F. IB. T IURIBER& CO.,
ExportFer-. I ialort'. is. Manufact.iitreis of anl
D-_.ailers in Food Pro,.iI ,u t t
West Broidwl. Reid aul Bud-won streets,
New Yolk City.

P. O. BosI;cS.-
New York.


For Sale.

in tMe Town0.1O fl am
For Particulars please iaplily to
1- I -" 1 rri T) n r


1 Lot,
I- 1 T

Ilamiltomi, Novr. 'l, ISS1.

Marble & Granite
nAL ttJ. S, t3ov-a Scotia,
6 ;.,,', L" ,' >:'.; ,t .,

MONi.I I.:NTS, TOAl IITONIC, &e., iii
ev'erv siyl-'.
Dermnuda Orders solicited. Satisf'actioni gua-
4-2 Fruit St.,
Auenti for Bermuuda.
liuiniltl, Oct I 1, 1, l.-fi6 nu..

For Sale,-

-? W s ., A *Z t It fei w day.i,,
In Queen Street, $- The Yacht
Adjoining the U'ndersigned's Dry and Fancy )
Gooul Establishinceit recently occupied by .
MR. J. W. BEEK is for Rent." .. C .. ..
T ,,i'lmhe," wih hi i ,.-ill.! -,i, 9a'ls, (C'on i.iqr
Iuumidiatc Possession aun be given. ,. i -, ik it h -), ( a n-
or Partict til-, J s please aply to chr, r 'n,-
For Particvi:mrs please apply to i.-r\\';Wrp &f.

flamiltoun, Jany. ;31st, 1882.


Apply to
BoJany. 31
Jauy, 1s,188:11

AI'ull Weight, Pure Condensed Potatoes
elg~- I.J Lte i elSO j

..E ot'cr, under the above brand, a ful
t \tight, pure, natural milk, conden.ed by .
Otv 'nat ,. n, and granutdated su;;ar added in ot ner
,.f f.rl'ely pies6eve. Five (5) part of winter
rtd-led to one of milk will reduce it to the aver--
rie sland.Ird ol (range C.'ounty mhiiik. Every c.,eu
is war'raticld. T[liheri ro no I.Ietter i(,i
Milk lirin 'Vlhe Pail, but it will Lo s.oll on the
plini 'ile lthai low prices corluiiied with good
ijultil uiin,. h)Oi'u tSd-cig-hil, ruin aii.inili Ihe trade.
i r e iipeir -iig. l', c.l 'ie 4' l!J-.. t. cJn is s
I '.,:c ,e pt i, i: c, c:..(, 4 ..- O' Z. e i.;, ;-- .;'/5.
II i. & F. 'THURBERI & CO.,
Sole Agenis, New York.

Potatoes !

Superior Table

P 0 T A T 0 ES.
IThe uinJeri' hit hits. always on
hla:,.. a Fl'ul li.tplyol 'i' IABLE PO'TA.T''4OES,
in qta!ity up,.'iitor L.:, a;y iai market, aind at
iicrs to Jdcl'y.' ,).ipe'titiiiln.
S-..1' .AL 'I'E.' tE) Army and Nivy
CAN CEi" S :;,.l '5i'. ::--;t" .
4-. Front Street.
llaruilton, October 3, 1881.


rHCI U;nd.esignedi now on hI.,l a full i
Supply of

Giiiuanteedti to com:ilp.te in Quality an'l Pri' .
to any in the Market ; hop:iig by strict and
proipA.t, attention to rc.t:i\-< the P iittion ae
frou Niavail Cnteens Iani Messes at Special
Pi ices. I also have a lSuperior Stock of'

c:' e. ^
At very Modlerate Pri WY. MATSON, R.N.,
Public 'ier Store, Somerset.
N':vembul:er 3, 18.i1.--3mn.

At the Royal Gazette" Stotionery Store.
Hamuilton, .Jany. 24th. 18S2.
AMER 11fM ".9 ATO",-

4-'. -,- '-,.
* -* '


Hr 's Do'ard.

Required for Floating Dock.
Wag',.. -J per day. with ,;ia rtets on ',ia.),T
(C' pltii-in-Ch:ge of Nav'il Estab-
lishinents. 1
16th De.:er'ber, 18.'1,

..i'... ectioI :agailtd. '. 3! .RE
i' TFi [,;,T ,i();)!,R.T RA'iTES
Can t1e ohsairne.i I'roiL the
of London,
One ol the I.,n ,', l".ti;,ii .e! ,l 'veAi'thies
Oflices in Great Britain.
Through the HAN:, 11C OFF!CE in these
Isl..niii ,, a ,S.'ing is -etiie' to the Insure
of the .*'.:,yp Daiy, a ve1iy (unsi.lerible item,
Sls KS taken both Oi on h.AL and PERSONAL
PI:!' V IiiT\' ior 3, C i.r I'. iuonths.
N1'. F.. an il t _o L',-I .\ l E l..r IPolicies.
N., A. BDU'" i lIR. LDh,
H ,lniilio[ i, .it eti.l ,er 9th, i? 50.

J. 9 p8.a^


Instituted 1.37. IncorpoiMted IS4G
N- "'resident,
'[ The Iighlit I:on.L ''I I) (iGTON, D.Ci,

"l" 'IN'i. ONS' A 0'1':O\, Esq., N..

H E above \V A T C H ES for Loth i ,,, eri a,i of a Prize a tin nill reiu.
Ladies and Gentlenien are kept con-tanilly, distrilbititti hin April,
on hand by the Undersi.sned : An'y rade lui,.- I impressions of a -'cl ies ,t' F IVi,: I'LATES,
miient not iii Stock will be furnilted a-t the 'Enur'ved lby Le-.PoLD FI.AMING ,
Munuel'utor'3 list price. Also, ina!he to order r S S O UIN
aniy style of Cdae itlh Crest, Monogrami, &c., THiE ROAD T0 iHUIN.
CinfrtAed College- \eoL--A, rest-Sti ug-.l;. ?--'tle-lnd.
.ldnembe the Amuericau l atch Co. receive Fru-u the Ori,.ina: by W. P. ", trH, II .
the .old t.l:l Ilt tho late Paris lE hiliiin. i .1 Set of 1 Il'l P'S PkOOl.P S a:l FIVI'E
E. C -Il L. CH ANCES-Five Guineas.
Front Street, Hamilton,) e A 1.[ ,fI-) i RIIIIF'4lr | 1 |I'RS and
Deer. t16, IST'. U(0.,* TWO CHANCES-Two Guineas.


" "'THuPt l.u ,::,
4' -- L4
is t an unttailing remedy for wounds of every des-
criptiun : a certain remedy for ulterated le_.-.
bulns, st.-alM-, bruises, chilblaiis, scoirbuttic
eruptions, and pimpll., on the falle, sore anu'I
inflimedl t.-yes, sore heals, .-ore breasts, pile'.
It dil.o entirely remoiives the' foul smell arising
fom olll 'a cu..r.
SA d in. ots,i 13Id., 2s. 9d., -s. Gd.., 11s.,
and -'J.s. eal.i ; a.nd his
AL'l' jCIta'TyVl PILLs.
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be onu of the buht uivdicines for puritfyin
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. Th.-ey form a mild and superior family
aperient, whii:hi may be taken at all times
withoutt .onllneliemLnt or ciiange of dit.
iold in Boxes at 13-.j1.., 2s tad., is. tdR., lls
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEACil & BA.RNICOTT,
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Ventorus.

January 17, leS?.-ti mi
tit a.!_ -

I notice.
'Wanted a Sober MAP
Tliat thoroughly utiderstands the care or
Apply at this Office.
January 2. 1SS32.



United Stales .Muil Steamers.

VVt s' Ir. I' U M AS *L0A. .
WISCONSIN Titsdaiy, Jniiy., 24, at 9100 a.m.r
NEVADA 31, at 3-00 p.m.
AB'SSINIA 'February 7, at 7':JO i.m.
A1 IZON 1-1, at 2-n0 p.m.
WYObMING 21, at 8-00 a.m.
WISCON3SIN 25, at 2 30 p.m.
Nh.L VA) .kMarch '7, at 6330a.m.
.\ BY6SLNIA ". IN, at 12-30 p.n.
ALASKA 21, at (-30a .im.
The above Steamers are built. expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officeer, tiurgeons andi tew.
ruleses. Thee Saloon Acconmodationsare uu.
surpassed by any Atlauice :Steamners, and Lhe
o.tte Ioomns aret ui i aiii deck opening into the
>:iiop, thria securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perJicl vrentilatio and light.
-miuoking Koou:, Bath Room and Viano on -Steanmer.
I he U. S. Aail Stm-uier eroiuda, '1 hursi.y-i, generally arrives a' New
\orl on .Ori .da ,, ani.l l ,.-eigers' baggage cai
bie tr-.iisfrr'ed direct to ihe Liverpool .,te..i ei
sailiniig h-"L d:y.

29 Broadway, New Yorlk.
New York, Jany. 12, 1i .2.
.lK your Grocer for A. E. WHV'LND'LS
.A-. SOAP.

\ t,,. he, i'. i izLe will h-e li' to svle.,t .1
VALUABLE WtRiK OF ART from one of
-I I ut.'i, t.\ !,ibition ; a Larn G- group in
S.'e All F.iL' A, honm the .'.l-1,, rt lenm.rial
IRichly i)ecoratei CIl.NA TA.ZZ -; STA-
TUi; ET'FTE-th-i Litile L t Idller; Piorcelain
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t, 'r nui -n l li..h li-t.i', t ,o ml othe \li'urul.
li,,'ny. Bc for petr l i .l.
I H aimiliiit J:ia i,,ry 3., i ?..

Great progress has been ina.le within 'a 16w
year- in manuaictiurinm- fl)-)d products, andth lle
standard ol quality be,.n to a point far
beyond that n cli lurnic rlY ubri in..-d. We laiiin
that thii has, to a coniiilder.ab I xiiit, ben tlue
to our ellorts s tin? Lai->t .~Mrai.u!,tctrersan and
Dealers in the world in thi; line, 'e consiilir it
iair interest to nanialetrei? only pu. P cand ilL..E- -
Q OM _I-jo.,, andi pick thiem in a tidy uand .atrae-
tive manner. All 'oi!s bearinrt oir in.in1e are
guaranteed to be of superior i l qudity, iani dealeia
are authorized to reund tlihe purchase prire in
atiy caoe 'where customers have cause for tlis-.a-
tiiaection. It is, tlihereore, to the interest of both
dealer. az- co'!:lil;ri! to ti'e TIILIRBEI l'.i'
S II. K. & 1F. B. TH'rRBER CO.,
S Iporters, Manufacturer's and De'lc-rs iu 'all
variti.. . FoodI Products,
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ai all will get tlie iif requested to do. so.-ini.

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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, February 14, 1882.

Before If. T. Rd-e,:s,, J. P., P,-'"c .tqistriate, enid
J. A. Are-*ed, J. P.
This was an at tiou for the recovery of 5 ti,' for
prof~,-sion servi-.e.- rendered to one William Hatie,
in Di'-er-eberlast year, brought Lv the Plaintiff, Dr. C.
W. T. Smith, M.D., E. C'. J'alckson, Esq., attended
in behalf of the Plaintiff. The cireumnstances in
conun-:tion with this casi make it a novel and lipe-
culiar one. The Pluintiff was Pa.rish Surgeon, who
was -_nzraged by Def-nd:.nt, au overseer of the
Poor. The defendant fail,'.l while in offi.:e to se-
cure the amniount o:.f Pl._ntiti's claim, and refused
to p.iy it himself, aud as it was well understood in
the <':utununity that 1au acti,'n v.-,ul. be brought to)
rec\ver the sune, mui 1s iutitrest and a go:d deal of
party feeling--the ri:-ult more from not under-
stand'iu-. the nature of the P1 liutiff-s action, and reL'arding it mno:i- as avain-.t the Parish
thau as against a private indi.vilnul-have been
exhibit--d sin,:'- the action waa taken, and which.-
were nk:.-pt up until th:h hearin: tenniuated on the
evening' of Thursday the 2nd inst., when the tinal
adjiurum,-.nt to Titc-.'lday lit, at 12 noon wa- made,
for tl.- ,Jus ti;--s to co uid.-r their decision. La-t
Tue-lai, the e,cive d,'ci-ion in favour of the
Plainriff. and aljudted thl: D.:-fenudaut to pay '3
0 11 -.._.ts. Artinst this doti-;ion the- Defendaut
crave-l an appeal, so that in all probability the ,:ase
will !..o decided in the Court of General Assize.
It tri-uspired during th.- investigation thal-t on the
t th D'.cembler lIsl the defendant had been called
upon hy the wor-hipful W. C. ,T. Hyland, J. P., who
orde,-- d him to take on the P.iri-h, William Hastie,
first who, hy report, had heen shot. in a duel early that
morniin-, and was lyiun on the Marine Slip Whirf
with,:,ut any one to look after him. The Abby
Bacon" -a- uI)p on the Slip munlergoing repairs, and
it wa, near to the vessi-el that the duel was fought.
The Defeud,-:ut when told to take Hastie under his
care, was assured o",'11, ,i.l, i'-..,-i. ',r.,dii le paid."
Therlefeudaut visitell the man Ha-ti, whohe fouR1l
had been shot, aud was placed in a workshop near
by the of the duel, aud without submitting a
question to hlint :i, to I-., w:uts and me-ans, or
making inquiry of any oue, n; to who he was, where'
he belouwned, wh-th.-r lhe cull provide for himself,
or wh -ther :.ny one v-.0 in a i,-.ition ',r in duty
bonut. tr. provil.,: for him in his suppomed1 case of
need, or whether auy on.- wa. in attendance upon
himn--he t.l:-s it fI..r tai.nttiJ that hli w.s a poor
destitut:- utffterinr- pers-,-n, neat, din, metics'al relic-f
and u.tih other treat it1nt as the tuelical attendant
deeint:-.l alvisabl,=, and at on'.e places hira on the
Pari-h a-, ,i-te'.i,. and -i.ei tI, the Plaintiff andre-
quir.-I- litnt attic u U ii.nthue w,..umded man immedi-
ately. It is a matter of surprise that the Defeudant
shoui ive a..te- inu a mti.inn': r -: thoughtle-.s and ap-
parently uiti -.t-.:-i ins of his< ownu in'lividual r.-spon-
sibility, when it is rimemilre-l that he had been in
office a- Over,:--r of the P,.or for eleven months,
is a pers-in of n-. :ne:n int,:-lli-.:-t-e anud had a law
to gnidi: him. so plhin anlex-,li.:it tlat it seems next
to an inmp...-ibility- tlit he could have been ignorant
of his duty and pro-per cou-rse of procedure. How-
ever that may be. hr is iia-tait ounie face to face swith
his true position by thii-Plaiutiff, pointing out tohimt
that HI.-.tie was nt a pttppr. and that as Parish Sur-
geon he lhad no right t.. attend upon him, and then
demiaidt who was g,,ing to p'y him if he attend-
ed t-..,n the man ?" That the Plaintiff thus acted
is a-lhitt.ed I.y tih Df.-ndaimt, and according to the
Plainti in reply to Lii, question, Defendant told
him "- P!!. .r ,,- ;.,'./ le paid." D.-f.udant de-
niep- telling the Plaintiff any such thing. Upon
this hosw.v.r the Plaiutiff aets, and reL..ards thi, pa-
tient aI a private one--an. as a private praititiouer
he bIing,- hist suits against defendaut.
After his patient was rem-oved from his care,
Plainitl makes out his account for several days
attenu.lIn e anrd mv-dicine, &c., amojuntiug to C5 6.',
again.' the Over.eers at the reqriuet, as he states., of
the D. -fndaut. This, Defendant, denies, and yet
he takes Plaiuiit's bill, places the amount with
other it-ems of expense incurred by hinm, and en-
deavors to collect it from Mr. Hyland, doubtless on
his guarantee to pay all expenses. As Agent of
the St'hip Mr. Hylbanl to pay the amount
demandelt until it i- sigu-ed by eith-r the Captain
or HaRtie, and retains the bill in his possession in
order to get it siL-ne.d for payment. Finding out
that th.- C' n...ii'l 1u,.t in it while the itemr
of Plaintiff'. : .co--int wnts-..n it, Mr. Hylaudreturns
it to th' Defendaut, he passes it to his co-overseer,
who t.ikes attempt upon attempt to colle,:t the
amount the Agent, Captain and Hastie, with-
out eft.. t. The iti-m of Pl.intitt's amount is then
removed from th.- Bill and all the other items of ex-
pense iw.--r. paid,
The defw-nliut takes charge of Hastie, blindly as
it were, ;.t the instance ,t a -imple trial request of
a He moreover fiuds hint under the
care of .1 mrdii-.,l geuntletman whi:o was called to at-
tend upol:n Lha by tht. Captain, very soon after he
was sh..t. In what sense then could he suppose med-
ical relict v.-i ne:-eded from tlhe Parish : Where the
necessity f.i cn,-rn,-hing upon the Parish Surgeon's
private privileges P Hastie was an American Sea-
/ man, aul, if left in an uncared for state by those
in duty biui to,, see after himu, the I.S. Consular
officer ,t:,ted that it would have bee his dtvy at
once to a:;ie for him, ona lweins' applied to for as-
sistaun:r-. The Overs- -rs knew this tnd yet th.ey
made un to that officer.
The nea'u , in the defense was that plaintifft
had be,-n culled upon to r,-t in his capacity as
Parish tSur,,:!.n, andul that it was his duty to attend
to all -'.' ';-' ," requirinng m,--di,.al relief, and conse-
quently v. not entitled t.. pay in this case, which
defendant rewarded, as one needing temporary re-
lief from the Pari.-h. How the defendant will be
able to re-.on,:-ile his position, with the statement
finally nude by him, viz: That had the item of
"the -'Itutitif's atm.junt been paid to him when he
"tried t... iollec.t it, h- would have paid it to the
Plaintiltf," remains t.- be seen.

Smail, oz Qutarantine.-FHALIF.x, N. S., Feb. 6,
18S2.-Mavor Fraser to-day had a cousultatiuon
with Dr. W'ikwire, health officer of this port, and
Dr. More, city Medical officer, in regard to theac-
tion of Captain Ritchie, of the steamer Peruvian,
in taking his vessel to the wharf in spite of the
warnings of lthe pilot that she should be anchored
at Quarantine when there was disease, such as
smallpox, on board. The Captain had also allowed
the steerage passengers to land against Dr. Wick-
wire's orders. which were that only saloon passen-.

gers should be permitted to come ashore. It was
decided that Captaiin Ritchie had certainly been
guilty of a breach of the quarantine laws, and
Mayor Fraser requested Dr. Wickwire to see that
the fine if $400 provided by the act was imposed
upon him.
The Washington and Ohio Railroad was pur-
chased on 31st ultimo, by E. A. Hayt, for $592,-
The lT!,rf, (newspaper building) occupying half
the block between Park Row, Nassau and Beekman
Streets, New York, of which the Tunes (newspaper
building-, tills out the other half, was entirely des-
troyed 1-y h e on the forenoon of the 31st ultimo.
The fire did not last over half an hour. Loss esti-
mated $7.50,000. Over 300 persons, men, women
and boys were employed in the World" office and
other ettablishments in the "'World" building. A
number of lives were lost and several severely injur-
ed. There were nine different papers printed in
this building.

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH and eloquent speechc, during which he vehemently ment, it is pretty well determined on; but I do say
AT THE attacked the Land League and highly eulogised Mr. that if the boat is owned here, we ought to grant
OPENINGOFTHE IMPERIALPARLIAMENT, Forster for his efforts to restore law and order in I 3,000 for five years, until we are able to own our
FEBRUARY 7. Ireland without bloodshed. With regard to the j second boat, which we will doubtless be obliged to
Read iby Lord Hiqh Chancellor, Lord Se'bourn. commercial treaty, he said the question had for do. wil say what will you do with her,-let
MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN : It is with much some time been whether to break off the negotia- her seek freights like other vessels and be ready to
satisfaction that I again invite your advice and assist- tions, but that they had not yet. arrived at a point to call on when wanted. Steamers are taking the
once in the conduct of Public affaire. I have given warrant that course. He upheld the impartiality of place every day of Sailing vessel-, and as we have
my approval to a marriage between Prince Leopold the Commissioners under the Laud act, and said the done away with nearly all of our sailing vessels, I
and the Princess Helena of Waldeck. I have every average of the rent reductions so far was 23 per think we could own two steamers, and thereby find
reason to believe this will be a happy union. I cent. In regard to the Land League's war against employment for some of our young men now grow.
continue in relations of cordial harmony with all all property, he said lie thought there was every in- ing up, aud not oblige them to leave their country
foreign powers. The treaty for the cession of Thes- dication that a great conspiracy had not only been to look for employment. It is thought in e-tabUsh-
saly to Greece has now been executed in the main confronted but defeated. Mr. P. J. Smyth. Home ing the People's Company," the "best way might
provisions. The transfer of the sovereignty Rule member for Tipperary, moved an amendment be for all of the shareholders to eleC. a Board of
and the occupation was effected iu a manner to the address in favour of the repeal of the Union. Director. to serve for a term of y,_ars; they should
honorable tr all concerned. In concert with the Mr. Justin McCartiy, member for Longford, hayv.. the power of electing an Agent for the Com-
President of the French Republic, I have given on behalf of the Irish members, gave notice pany; and perhaps th.) present. Agents might be in.
careful attention to the aftf irs of Egypt, where of a long amendment to the add ress, categorically diced to serve if elected. There is one thing cer-
the existing arrangements hbae imposed on me condemning every point in the Governmet s Irish tain, we could get no better Agents in Bermuda,
special obligation I shall ue my insouence t policy and urging an immediate return to constitution- and I doubt much if we could get, as good,-as they
maintain the rights already established, whether al methods. Mr. Forster confirmed the statement are most indefatigable for the present Corupany's
by firmans of the Sult:in or by the various in- that an explosive letter had reached Dublin Castle interests, and they would do the sme by us. I
ternational engagments, in a spirit favorable to after his departure for London. He said if he had hope to be able in the next Gaettc to speak more
the gond government .:. the country and the prudent opened it as the sender desired he would certainly fully on the above subject.
developemnent of its institutions. I have pleasure have lost hik h.ndi, and he might have been killed. The Steamship Conipauy should, Ithink, be corn-
in informing you that the restoration of peace be- posed of twelve persons-all shareholders-one
yond the north-western frontier, together with the For th R.Pl G o from each of th, uiue Parishes and three fromm the
continued internal tranfquilily,, plentiful seaous, and '" .i Town of Hamilton, so that there would be at all
increase of revenue, has enabled my Government in OUR LONG LOOKED FOR PEOPLE'S STEAM- times a goodly number available to decide on any
India to resume the works of public utility which ER IS CO MING AT LAST. triflinu, business matter that might arise. The
had been siispemnled and devote its attention to mea- DuA Ma. EDIrOR,-I now come before the Pub- Chairman to be elected by the Committee out of
sures for the further improvement of the condition lic, with a subject worthy of congratulation on the their own number. The Company should be com-
(of the people The convention with the Tranurvial part of our people, who are using their energetic posed of some of the most energetic business men
has been ratified by the representative Assembly, powers to pget established at once, 2Te Peopke's that could be found in the country.
and I have .een no reason to qualify my antiipa- ,s,,,,,,",,." and whi.-i we should have had yearsgone I would like to get a reply to these suggestiou.s,
tions ot it-. advant-agous working. I have how- by, but we must not grieve over spilled L t whether th,-y meet with approval.
ever, to regret that. altLuugh ho-tilities have not us try and watch oir country's interests better in the The Boat ought to be manned as far as practi-
been renew-ed in Basuto-land, the country still future, and condole ourselves with the old Proverb, cable by our own people: we know of more than
remains unsettled. that a bad beginaiui.- *?ener:tlly mak:-s, where there one native who have been broulrht up in the Now
Gentlmen of the House of Commons: The es- is energy, a good eu.tinig. I feel quite sure this York trad,, and know the requirements thorough-
timates for the service of the year are in an advanced will be our case: we -anuot serve ourselves any ly, and who are general favorites of their country-
state of preparation, at:d will be promptly submitted worse than we have ben tre.,ted. Before goingfur- men, and that is a necessary qualifiettion.
to you. other, I would like to remind our people ,of one of A PUBLIC FRIEND.
My Lords and Gentlemen : My communications our greatest faults, that is S './he,,ar,. It is, and
with France on the subject of a new commercial always has been, a very great injiuryto our Con-
treaty have not been closed. They will be prosecu- try, for which I can give true illustrations. .
ted by me, as I have already acquainted you, wtli Some of our bi- Fish would wish to swim high
a desire to conclude a treaty favorable to the extend- in the water, and press the little fish down to
ed intercourse betwe n the two nations, to whose the very bottom, never to rise again. We have AT I SON'
close amity I attach Po great a value. The trade of learnt t know to our sorrow that while we stand E. IN 8 0 W
the country, both domestic and foreign, has for some at variance with each other, afraid to, have their r E3 F 1MFRY
time been improving, and the mildness of the win- ownsteamer, feringthatearingthate,.-hone cannot beA-,irnt, r f la E
ter has been eminently suited to farming operations, or make all the profit : as I believe we have some S Ice ~rv est Engl a nt ast, is of theS
Better prospects, are I trust, thus opened for the among Lu that do not like to see others make a d>l-- -Jr te "tn- i ngurit f.lne it hure.s Ft, itd
classes immediately concerned in agriculture. The lar, and while we are disputing over the bone, the Nhne Pr, .e includirn, London, n
public revenue, which is greatly, though not always stranger comes inaund robs us of the meat Let us vr. nu.,, 'huadlpit ,
at once, affected by the state of industry and corn- be united People in this great undertaking, in Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
merce, has not yet exhibited an upward movement owning our Steamer. Our m..vtto should Ibe, "Live Two S silver medals and '"First
in prop,,rtion to their increased activity, and let Live," and if our people would only make Order of Merit," elbourne, 1881.
The condition of Ireland at this time, as compar. up their minds and throw selfishness on one side, CATKi,'i'. OHOICE PERFUMES FOR
ed with that which I described at the beginning of and not begrudgeeach other hisearninzs, I believe, 1 THE HANDKERCHIEF.
lastyear, shows signs of improvement, and encour- inashorttime, Bermuda would be in a thriving con- 1 ,11,'Ti R FRAWIPA' r, VLA'IGYLAN0,
ages the hope that perseverance in the course you edition. I was told by a reliable Gentlemaun that 7:PAITS, O.AII, JCKEY CLUB, ESS.
have pursued will be rewarded with the happy re- selfishness was the means of breaking up the old 0:;'JtT, TitYVL, MA.gOLIA, JASA'iN, WOOD
sults which are so much to be desired. Justice has Hamilton Flour and Bread Company, which was VIOLET. 50. MEDAL BlUOUTT.
been administered with greater efficacy, and the paying very handsomely. Many of the Sharehold- or,,at-l their r L.,Ia, u the unst.qualhty ,nly.
intimidation which has been employed to deter oe- ers became jealous of the Managing Agent, think- F D ,-.l O WATR
cupiers of land from fulfiling their obligations and ing he was getting more in proportion of the. profits -, i-.-'S FLORIOA WATER,
Irom availing themselves of the act of last session thanth.y were, and as they could not all be agents ,n .- ntPeitmedi tld from bh
shows upon the whole a diminished force. My they withdrew and it was broken up. I speak of f AT O UTINI HAIR LOTi ,
efforts, through the bounty of Providence, have been this as a warning to us in whit we are now going a very r.' W.'s wHAIR LOTIO, the
favored by an abundant harvest in that portion of to start. I do not appreh.ud that that will be our Bn o to a lialti,v .-i an and promotes the
the kingdom. In addition to a vigorous execution misfortune, or at least I trust not : every precau- Cr...'th of the hair.
of the provisions ofthe ordinary law, I have not tion should be taken in the beginning. I teel ATKINSON' S
hesitated under the painful necessity of the case to pleased to inform our people that the longed looked ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
employ largely the exceptional powers intrusted to for is coming at last, The People's Steamer," a powerful Perfume distilld from the finest
me for the protection of life and property by the two something we Bermudians have been long aIers.A e
acts of last session. You will be invited to deal anxiously wiihin'x for; but our wants were over- ATKINSSN'S WHITE RCSE TCtET VINEGAR,
with proposals for the establishment in the English ruled by a few of our people, who seem to be in new and .inispensable Toilet aceompani-
and Welsh enunties of local eelf government, which power, and is thought by many to have an interest meat, and most refreshing Perfume for the ft
has so long been enjoyed by towns, togeth ?r with in this foreign steamer, and that has kept us as ATKINSONS WIT RSE 00T11 PASTE,
enlarged powers of administration, and with financi- we now are; but our people are not willing to and oTihr Speelali es and general articles
al changes which will give you opportunity of con- stand the rubbing any longer. I think they have ot Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
sidering both as to town and county what may be have stood it well fir so many years There is one throughout the World, and of the
the proper extent and most equitable ani provident great thiug in our favour, having Steam among us manufacturers
form of contribution from the imperial taxes in re- so lounA it has taught us pSntuality ; and if we had J. & E. ATKINSON.
lief of local charges. These proposals in so tar as built a Bot 10 years ag,, it would not answer now, 24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
they are financial will apply to the whole of Great and we might have goe discouraged-like as we P price Lid t free on appheaton.
Britain. It will be necessary to reserve the case of did in the for thr Himilton Ferry, started e
Ireland for separate consideration. In connection" on toosmall a scale. Now our New York trade has onterfe"ei-Tr cterlns that each article
with the general subject of local administration. I grown so large, and likely to be larger, we should labelled with the firm's Trade Mark, a 'Wbte
have directed a measure to be prepared and submit- not have a steamer small-r than the one at present 'on ea Lyre "
ted to 3ou for the reform of the ancient and distin- plying, but of a different model and a swifter boat,
guished corporation of London and for the extension not le s than a fourteen k-uotter; why cauuot we
of the municipal government to the metrropolis at get ,,une .f this kind, as is a company now in *1
large. The bills will again be laid before you with England building a line of Boats for the American
which, during the last session, notwithstanding the Tride, auid who gu:arutee their boats averaging
length of its duration and your unwearied labors, 500 niil.esperdayinordinary weather. SoIthinkwe -
it was found impossible to proceed. I refer particu- have everything in our f.ivour, as steam is now .. =- ,
larlyto those concerning baukrupey, the repression brought to such great perfection, and we aro start-, .-
of corrupt practices at elections, and the couservan- ing just at the very nik of time to build our boat; : -
cy of rivers and prevention of floods. Measures will we should have one with a compressed engine, par- s -'.-
also be proposed to you with respect to the criminal ticilarly so as to save buth room and coal, as well
code, and to the consolidation and amendment of the as allthe othermodernimprovements. I want all of A .
laws affecting patents. The interests of sume por- your readers throughout th, Islands to particularly >
tion of the kingdom have suffered pe-uliarly of late understand that this will not all end in news- -
years from the extreme pressure of the public bus- paper talk, as some such schemes usually do. Steps 0 \- -
iness on your timeand strength ; but I trust that have been taken this week by some of the leading '
during I he session you may be able to consider the mern-hauts of Hamilton to make arrangements -
bills which will be presented to you in relation to about calling a Public Meeting, and I trust in nest
the law of entail and of educational endowments O,:ette our people will be notified as to time and ,.
in Scotland, and to improve the means of education place; and I trust such meeting will be fully at- I z
a Wales. tended. z r
I commend thee and other subjects with confi- I will further state that there does not eeiu to .b| C | -
de-nce to your care, and it is my earnest prayer that be any difficulty in raising the quantity of money -
your wisdom and energy may, under the blessing of required; the greatest objection I see in the way, ,. _. -i
GOD, prove equal to the varied and increasing needs is there are too) many speculators on hand ready to '! S S f .
of this extended empire, invest very large amount*, as they have had sif- -- .
-- ,ficient proof that it would be the safest investment Q S .
In the House of Commons, after thie uew mem- they could make. I was told by a Gt-ntlemau yes- c = I ,
bers had been sworn in, Mr. Bradlaugh advanced to terday he would like to place 2,Ui. in such a ,- 5 B -- =
take the oath. Sir Stafford Northeote moved that business, and a great many more have told me they | | '= -
he be not allowed to swear. Mr. Bradlaugh, at the are ready to invest, heavy sums in such a specula- .
request of the Speaker withdrew, asking to be al- tion; but this is not exactly what we should be i Ba z
lowed a hearing before the question was decided aiming for. I want it to be understood that I am =
Sit William Harcourt, Home Secretary, in the ab- not a speculator, aud have no hatchet to grind, as .
sence of Mr. Gladstone moved the previous question some might suppose we have started ou get- I = "7 .
He advised the House that as Mr. Bradlaugh had ting up "The People's Steamer" from no selfish f UjI /'i^W-^ I9 .
been admitted to affirm, subject to the decision of motive: we would wish it to be a general success, | _' /:.,iij I
the court of law, he be now allowed to swear simi- aul give every satisfaction; we must give the peo- z
larly. This proposition was received with ironical plea fair chance. I
ce.-rs. Mr. Bradlaugh, addressing the House from There neemsto be great ditereno- ut opinion as .
the bar, declared most solounly that the Parliament- regards the price of shares: very many want them to < I
ary oath would be binding upon his honour and con- be put at 100; quite a number any 10. I suggest -- 4,:%.
scieuce. Mr. Gladstone maintained that the House 5.,, as the latter amount would, I think, come To
could only see that the formalities of administering within reach of most people, as it is not likely that o&I i i 5
the oath were observed, and could not inquire into we would ever be called ou for more than h.ilf of .4 ld_ "5
Mr Bradlaugh's opinions. Sir Stafford Northcote's the amount, as I will endeavour to point out as ___
motion was then adopted by a vote of 286 against le a peoible ----------t a
2"27. The 5.peaker ordered Mr. Bradlaugh to with- Th r it is supposed would cost nt over DEATH POSTPONED t
draw. Mr. Bradlaugh at first refused, but withdrew 10,000--oue-half of hercost could remtinon inter- i Yellow Fever andall Malarial Diseases,
upon a motion ordering him to do so, which Mr. est at not over 3 per cent. The Builders will expect General Debility and Prostration
Gladstone said he would not oppose, being agreed you t, place one-fourth of her cost iu their hands at CONQUERED! C

to. r rm M the beginning, which wouldbe .5 per share, the re- The CHICAOO CINCHONA COMPANY (capt-
The Speaker read a letter form Mr. Forster, gaining 20 could be paid in four equal instabents, ital. $5W0000) have purchased the secret formula
Chief Secretary for Ireland, forming him of the ah the ship progressed in building. We ought andallrighuttoomanufactureandsellDr.D'Unger's
arrest of certain Irish members of the House. Mr. E. to have her at Bermuda in eight months after be- PURE CINCHONA RUBRA,
Dwyer Gray, Home Rule member for Carlow, mov- ing ordered. There is another important thing that i e aeowledged preventive and only cure for
ed that the letter be referred to a select committee, we must look to. As the general Electiou for our however, alsoa Maarial Fevers. Debility,
citing ie nr ofh motion. e and General Prostration of the Muscular and
citing precedents in support of his motion. Ee new Representatives in the General Assembly will Nervous Systems. This wonderful preparation is
contended that the Coercion act had been violate soon be comining off, we should be careful and try not a nostrumn nor yet a patent medicine,buta
ed. Mr. Gladstone opposed the motion, which and put the righ, working n in the right plaeIed by he leading fullenrsn heannited
was finimlly rejected by a vote of 174 nays to 45yeas. as our future welfare in -the People's Steamer" will Statesof Americaas well asln Enaland. Ireland,
Mir. Sexton gave notice of a bill to repeal the uer- greatly depend on this. As it is the People's money, Scotland, Australia, Ac. TbeChica rCinchona
cion act. Sir Dudley Maijoribanks moved, and Mr. it will remain in the country by changing hands in Company manua:i-tures and sell it for themsole
Firth seconded, the teply to the Queen's Speech. the wavof business and will be doing good. I think vi e habitable globe, and not for the prpose of
The HoIuse then adjourned, a new Company ought to be encouraged until proper- nakin money outof it. g -Every bottle war-
LONDON, Feb. 8.-In the House of Commons to- ly established, as we gave the present Companuy ranted-todo its work. FunI direLiOlasaccompany
day, in the debate on the address in reply to the 5,000 to commence with, it would be doing more dt.aner Ifor ismanufactured in all tsstrengh and
Queen's Speech, Sir Stafford Northeote, following good to the country to give the new boat V3,00) purity.undertheimmedlatesupervisionottheworld-
the lines of the speech of the Marquis of Salisbury than to give the present one 300. | known scientist, Dr. D'Unger, its discoverer,who
in the House of Lords yesterday, accused the Gov- I would like it to be understood, that it has been If y our d y rugist doe s have it on hand, nd the
ernment o,: allowing matters to drift in regard to suggested by many not to allow the present boat money direct to
Egypt and Irelatud and the Commercial Treaty Ne- more than 3V.0 after the current terni, and I CHICAGO CINCHONA COM iPANY,
gotiations with France. Mr. Gladstone made a long have learnt of some of the Members of Parlia. p.S.-Th: isth ...ra Crhe.. .yta n. k ..a
or Ak..h.lima, and whi.b h ba iat;ni.iheiihenedlialiad .ierstisd
tod es of America and Europe.

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