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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Volume ID: VID00063
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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No. 9.-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS. 24s. per Ann.

ffamilton, Beramusda, Tuesday, February 28, 1882,

VACCINATION. M',,ulay it hadi aihniu.-e,.d almost as far a- our own
An OrrNroN RE;.P.Di.o ITS PROTECTIVE POWERs. eastern and siouttli-eaitern distri. t. The averacn.
The existence of sinallpo:i in various parts of the hfiht ofi the lar*m'te in London for the month
rit.dI:-,l Statess at the pre-,;unt time,t i so that the ineren
esil for moire than ordinary attention to the h,:.-t is now juSt tn inch above the noruil.
nmaiii have. yvi beenI dai-.i-ovred to prevent ..
iq swead and destru':tive ravages among the hu-
inau race. Allusion i.. made, of course, to vacciu:- THE LATE DR. RICtHU RD SWEETINO.
tion A ahort a'-count of its dis.,overv, therefore, [ThI ni..av- of Ii olfituary, wa: k known nil
Stl.opiio oft mdi anl anin regard to its r tdy niy in iriis. hliviied 1
j.rote,'ti,, p,,wer.,.;ainust stun ipox. ra:iy l:ie of more I~t-hnds,. not .l,,v f,,r th. heneft. of Ihi, health, but
than pasin.g interest at the- pre-ut time. It is on I.usiness.]-Ed. *' RP. Ga;zette."
generally suppnad that Dr. Jenmer was tli-- fir-tn
person who ever attempted t:>perform the operati,.u The Lo./ i inilie-rI tl. ?le:tflhl of this pntl,-rnan
of vacintation, and it i- true that hie inve1ti-ate, at On. r-v'marl; :-Dr. Swe.-tifri was lorn at lIe [-
the matter and lit.,.uht it before the public. Vae- larnte in 19ln, and, his professional edu-ahlcn at
tie ol d M nltlcbeser] "-?rol vhlrcv-'-,l of llI'ilieinl in Pine
cination wa1 howe. vr, performed by a farmer in t ,' 1 l an'! Ilte f i r m Ia nit1'l i I4, ic n4 ippno-
Eugland some 15 years befor. rDr. Jemner attunipte' i,-,f i t 1 0 lt O'r. !,r,- a lIpclinc prae(ili,,-or oflh.Iil
it. This mian-who had the temerityv to'inat,: ci. i -ltrp, ,inl.-r iI, aI le ccial, eina n i.-nd ,,f
his children with virus taken directly ftr.:,n the .ow u ue, r,, en as Lniicd. Carlert. Willinri Sait.,. Watt. and
--is state.l to have been an able and discreet person olher. he, t? a.'lrell brilliant suC.esse, in the. class-
orcinarily, but this rashiness of his came very near roim and thie lo-pifa!l wardsl eat rvinr A 'ri nuniroust
e-.ting l;ihi hiLs lif The popular feeling wa, so niedals anid prizes, naril vf-vcnkot! o'n,_,lom''i firo'm hi-
strong naL'iinst him that he was obliged to leave the teachers for his real inili-stry and inelli.'nee. TIh.'
section of the country in which Ihe hved, and hi- old system ofaPl|rclitieship Ilien in iv.,.u al,-so iPiahled
children were cart-fitlY c-narded, as it was expe.-ted lbirn to gain an (tlitr6'.1h in-i-lit inal tih w-..rkir..' of
that they would exhibit s,,me of the vharai-teristic-, of pracilee, and laid lhi fontidali-.n of hii silc,-e. in alltr-
the anirnals from whih tliev had lIten rle inurit- 1.-. In 1'.4 hv- r:lllnated. at SI. .\1i.r,.,. i. and ,h-
e,-. It wa. expected that horns woLu,.. iear itaned h'colles diploma na> rh :.;lI 1.a. Insd lir
,I., al r e. itl year's at N;jassau in t-e H li'c-uu". Ill lc02 lit?
upon their heads, and hair upon the-ir bodies, earne to E-lad., aid, after rearai, i" ut a vear in
lut, of course, nothing happened to the children, Cambridre'hire. pro.,ledod to Stra? iltti E-,.-'. In
and they rer.-eived ,elo injury front thie vacuinationu. this part he lprnelited will renai sui.'.e-. and ereidit for
It was this fact which probably first called the "at- fourteen years, arid p.itsessedi a lare cir.l luZy aonn,.1.
tentiou of Jenuer to the subject of vaccination. tion. liein:' universally Petee-nied arid rei-fr-perti-. tinl,
The 14th dly of lMay, 1796, -hould however, be like many other rr. nibers of our jr-tession, hard work
coui.i-lered the birth day of var-:iunatioii, for it wars told eventually upan hii health. aiid in 1'.77 he was
on this day that vaccine virus was taken from the- inducr-.' to retire from a,tive tr-il. He lived
hand of Sarah Nelnime'. who had b.ieen infected Iby aft.r th-is in Clapham Park. ni t was a ,.l;.ied every
her naster's rows.. and inserted it into the arm of winter to pay frequent visits to health-i.e-ort. on lthe
James Phillips., a healthy buy, 8 years -f age, who south coast. The winter of 1S79-91'* spent in Arie-ri-
weut throttec the di-ease in a regular ni.,unu.r ea and the West Indie. ree rti-, Is. hi"Itlh that a
Tor PRTTEC.TIVF INFLUT .E OF VApNTrro' long tenure of liUf wa, erpecteil hi, tbii pr.ovd ilP-
Tar. PTROTECTIVS IFUi!>PENE or \ACNAtrro.- lusive. as lie ,diod v-n hii way to seek asimilar it-arape.
Dr. Henry Tomkins, superintendeut of the frolv the trying climae oc hia country. Deah oerepd
fever hospital belouning- to th- MauIe-,ter Royal on board the Cunardlim steamer thin ,;. fi'eDeath ol'ter
Intirinary at Monsail, in a paper which he read re- leavinar. Liverpool. the intmiediate cause Lbi-ing nurrcnia
gently at Owens College, ,said:-"' The rnoo-t -trik- and failure or heart. As a praetitionur, lr. N% weetin.
ing of all eviden0 e is, perhaps, that derivel1 from was distinwruislhed as an accurate d;i2no.sli,'ian and ae-
th:- smallpox hospitals th-emselves. Heite tbh pro- complished accoucheur, and displacei, rt, ofrizinality
te-tive itfluence of raecination iL seen and proved and resource in thi treatment i( i-*iiitir-n : he also
in a manner beyond all cavil. At Highgate, du- contrived to find time. amidst the c-i"s of a h-avy
ring an experien-ce of forty years, no uurse or ser- prnetiie, to'onionibute papers onu ir-r.r-y in th.i W-est
rant having been re-vac::iuated, has ever e..ntrac-td Iadie qca arlatina and -ane'r in Ihe blr.-t t. tIhe rnpl-
the disease; and eviidnce iof tIr- autme chara,.ter I eical journals. and latltrly was nine it ,*. 1-ile in tv'
can myself bring forward. if ar during te wrl.:,, question f the treatment of letanus a. a i,,li, ,ili.i,
ti e I ih he I, t iur, t .1..11 dvo,-itting the employin ,rnt of eOpIou vnri-^. ion.
time that I have hadl care of the ftvr hospital, noi main the e in.' n,-.r,t of coi lou e ,c. clc.
more than a thousand ca.Es of smallpoxx lhiv.: ias-sed of St. Ie,. bv wloni h-i leaoes issue. two a.on- (one nf
under miy care, yet Ui o ant, nurse, porti.-ir, or them in ihe proresion) and a
other plers,-,n engaged there has, iaffti' re-vaccina-
tion, ever taken it, though exposed daily tU, infei-
tion iu its most con.-eutrat a launidress, who esclpeed va'c'ination, took the CANADA.
disease and dlied : on.- nurse who some years bIif'or,-
bhail -nffered fr,:om -all-pox, and was then e.oul- OTTAWA F(by. ll.-The Ministers astonished
ered prote,.ted, had a rv-ry mihl att.ick: and this the House yesterday by presenting six or eight
summer a w-.,rkmau, who di.1 n.t live on the pre- blue books. This was unprecedented in the history
iise.s, but eame to work ls a painter, va- not va.- of Parliament, nud fle i n-nse testified its apprecia.
cinated, and had rather a severe attack ; aund till tion by enthusiasti,- ipplause. The most impor-
more recently a servant, who by an oversight wai tint of these wag, undoubtedly, the Trade and Na.
allowed to go about her wo k three days before vigation Returns, a volume of nearly 1.000 pages.
being vaccinated, had. befoic the latt.r had tin itf The gist of the most important points I telegraph
course, a slight abortive attack. Again, amoug all you. The aggrgate trade of the ominion for
the students who during the past two years have the flsnal year was-
attended the hospital for clinie:dl institction, not Total exports, 49.'90.,893.
one has suffered, all having been re-vaccinated be- Total imports $105,330,840.
fore being permitted to enter the small-pox wards. Entered for consumption $91,611,61.4
And in their cases the ftlse arguments whih oppo- Duty collected $18,500,7S5.
nents of vaccination have brought forward to ex-
plain the immunity enjoyed by nurses and others in The exports are the hihiestt in the history of Ca-
attendance on the sick, viz., that cunst',nt inter- nada. The previous highest figure was reached in
ottrse aud expostue to infection reader thL.rn proof 173, when the country unndr Sir Jolu in the
.a-'ainst it by the system be,.ouing inu'ed t, thie hey day of prosperity : it then ra-.,ed 09,7S9,-
poison, cannot be applied, as these gentlemen at. 9-2. There is, therefore, an increase in exports
tend, the hospital only a few li.hours onee a week. over the highest sum previonisly reached of $S,501,-,
I defy the motit enthusi-istic or counsienti.:us- of a,- 000, and over the previous year of $10,39,365. i
ti-vaccinators to pr..duce evidence like- thi- on his This inv-rease it almost whollyV in our t;-ade with
side of tho question, or to bring forward ev.:-u h:,lf greatt Britain, anda is principally composed of Ca.
a dozen persons, choose: th.:m wh.-uee th,:y 'nay, iaian piodiice. and mnut forever set at rest the
who have not been protected against small.p.:,x, c'ry that protection iuins a country's import trade.
and expose them as, the. students wet.:- ,,xpos-l The imports show an increase ovserlast year of $18,-
without more or less of the number taking til.- li..-- $41.103. Thi. is causedd larLely by the enormous
ease. Facts such as the-.o should convertt th.:- in st importations of raw material and machinery for
atrdent anti-vaceinator frim lii, folly andil ,uuOi,.-e new enterprises, wbi.'-h it wis- impossible to obtain
him that a weapon -f defeu.e so ,owrful ai- va, i. in Canada as qui,.kly as required, but the exports
nation -hrulMi nut be left to the plltastir, of tli,-. ili- of the veir were $6,679,219 in exec-s of the goods
vidual, but that the State has the r 1lit and duty to entered for v-'.nnumptiou. It may be mentioned
look after its mo t thorough i.erformuin:e, further that the imports of the year were no le 41
than l'.S'S.742 below the hi-'hest imports of the
Grit regime in 1S74. The aggre'iate ttade of the
HIGH RANGE OF THE BAROMETER. year was $189.902,42t and was larger than any
year since 1875.
. lit will be noticed by the following, copied from

the Loudonu Ia ,,'l V 's thatth he Hiic'h Riuge of
the Barometer here for -ome weeks. past, has not A YEAr'a BiTrrns, DEATHn ANDr, MAP.RiAoES in
l.een peculiar to Berinats.a nor to the North and Lo-Now.-In the course of theil 52 v:.-lks that end.
West of u-, but al-o at Greenwhich and otherplaces ed on the 31st December lst thee whe-re 13'4.674
Eastw.ard of England: our Offi"- Barometer at ont e births recorded as having happened in London, the
time noted 30-7u iuehes.]--Eu,. "R. GAZErTE." population concerned being estimated~, at 3,,:9,,751
"Those who have taken the trouble to watch the in the middle of 1881 The hirth-r-ite for thA past
niovemeuts-that have bee.-u going on in the bar. year is 334-8, that for 18,80 avin-ir -eenu :36-32 for
omrneter during the last day or two-aud we are in. every thousand inhabitants. The milt'rt show a.t
lined to fancy that the exceptionally dismal wea- excess of 51,602, over the regi.t,:-, red -aths. This
their must have driven not a few to'that doubtful number, therefore, represents the natural increase
ora,.le--cannot fail to have noticed that the mercury of thepopulation of London inthe past vyear,thearea
ha. beeu steadilyy rising to a most unusual level, concerned extending from in the north
standing Uat onme time as high as 30-01 inches. This to Sydenham in the south, and t'frora Woolwich in
iL a tiio.-t extraordinary reading all who know any- the east to Hammersmith in the wca-, in all about
thin on the sulbjeet of the weather will be fully 13 square miles. The deaths cf 81,072 persons
prepared to acnit, but that it is without precedent. were recorded in London, in the past year and this
,t all even-uts within the last forty years, is a fact total is far below those of the three previous years. I
that iayv not be so generally knr.own. A ,'areful In the past year 16,847 deaths took place in
examination of the barometer observations taken workhouses, hospitals, and other public institau-
ut Greenwich observatory, and also of others made tions; f8.5S were inquired into before coroners
in various parts of London, has, however, .-onvinued and 3,020 deaths were due to viohn.:-e, the latter'
us that such is the case, and there are, in fact, only being considerably over the total of the previous
five instances of the barometer having attained any.- year. There were 19.575 death- r,-cotded of
thin like so ligh a level. One of these ,c'-urred infants under one. and 16,905 tool: pla5c at 60 and
ou the Ilth Feb. 1849, the mnerc-ur then reaching, upwards. In 1880 Small-pox was fatal ia 475 in-
:30-,0 inches :; another onu the 4th Maich 1851, when stances; this number has ris,-n to'-,'3.71 for the
it loae to 30-85 incli-es, a third on the 6th March past year, recent weekly returns of tit Registrar-
1,B52 i.i3-.S4 in., i a fourth on thie ISth February General now showing considerable iunprorem'ent.
1.,73 :3j.13 i in.), and, a hfth onu the 9th Jain-ir Mieasels were for more fatal in thb: piot ve.r than
15Si :,-31S2 in.i. In othtir parut- of thi- bar- in the previous one, the total risiug from
ometer his 1on various ....:e.,-i..n1 reauhehl -a- liih -, 1,,5,1 t,) "2.'533. Fatal cases ofScai!et fpevr de-lin-
point, and instance.: have been kunwn in which it e-. from 3,073 to 2,10.: on the othe-" had, fevers
ha, totucIed or even ex.-eted 41l in lies. The high of other types have risen from 8-6i t 1.19 i. Diph-
bar(,im.t:r-r we are at present experiencing bhas 1.iu theria shows a rise from 541 to:C "-f T;. 'O there
gradlially lp realin't-- over u- friiim Central Ewropt., w-re 3,43$ *leaths by whoopin:.. .: in l.
in whiA.h regiou it ,..n to have been steadily form- the number was 1,91l. The I :'-i it'-(neral
ini. f,,r the last thIree or four day-. On Saturday tates inu is last aunnal report-nr ineot' hant whi:.h
th,i itre of a Li;h-pr,-ss;ute acrea of anti-,, deals with I s'c--that 33,47; mar.-Ai':ces 'vere re-.
as the-, syst.-ni are now termei1, wa.s lying over corded in Loudon. This total :m i..-, 28214
Auirri.-i : 1u Sunday it hd.., travelled westwards as which took place in church, while 5,183 were of
far as Ea-teru or Nurth-Easturu Gemany ; whlileon u Nonconformists

Notice! Notice!!

~ f the, Undersigned must be reundered on
or before the
2Sth of February, 1882,
I will not aclkno.Aledge any Account rendered
to me after the above iniumed date. And all
who are INDEBTED TO ME must settle
thi-ir Ac,'ounts on or before
The 23rd of February, ISS2.
All Accounts remaining unsettled after that
late will be placed: in Legal hands for collec-
tion without respect to person.
Hamilton. Fehy. 13th 1882.

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THE UNDER;IGNED intendlinr soon to
leave the Island. d.e-sire all 'ersoni 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 final1
settlement before that dute.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Feby 13th, 18. 4 times.


Respectfully informs the public that he has
Opened a9
Tailoring Establishme nt
Over thp Storo of AI.-sxmnd,&r J. Frith. Et-qr.,
No. :39, Front Sr.:'et..
Guarantees to give satisfaction, and ,'li,.-its
a shliare- of the Public patrot;na'.
L', A nw supply of Goodls always on hand.
Hamilton. February 21, 18.2.--3m paid.

Mf I C TElrnJck

IlMars'sd'.Ps Sale.

'T'O B' 'O L D,
at 12. noon,
Ist March next,
By i, liie of, a 'i it Lt E. I- isie, oult f
tier C-'crf vr" (,/:,i.',t .i Assc'%.,
L ANN ADKINS, in all that certain LOT
OF LAND. in the Town of Hamilton, in the
Islands of Bermuda, denominaited Lot number
'21 of a 20 feet Street running past the Sunday
Sc &hool House between the 6th and 7th L,,n-
gitudinal Streets of the said Town; bounded.
on the by the said ~2o feet Street. and
there nimsuring -ill feet : on the S"nth by Lot'
S of a 30 feet Cross Street, and, there moasur-
ing 5, fi..-t ; on the Eadi by Lot number It of
the sai 2i.) feet Street, and there measuring I
150 feet; and on the Wletd by Lot number 1.3
of the same Street and there measuring 150
feet, or however other ike the said Lot nunm-
ber i'2may be boundedor may measure or ought
to be described, wiih the
P. M. 0.
Feby, 10, 1882.


Tea and

Coffee Companyi
Of New Y-rk.

. H. Watlingt)on,i
Special Agent for Bermuda.
lias just received per 8S. Orinoco,"

e4^0 & eoffeez,
In 1 lb., 2 lb., :J lb., 411,., 5 .nd 10 lb.
pi'-kr ag,:-s.
The public of Ber iuda a re repel't fully ie-
quested to giv-e this nue- eut-erprise a4 tyial.
Reid Street, near t- Royal Gazr-ttev" Office.
February 14. 18982.

ci. -. tU. o(tU1%lZ3n I I ..J'. .?
Barl'ister-at-L iw, 'f ...
Frorn 1o'rmnudta ;3 months.
Hamilton, February IS, 1.S 2.-2 arr1 a 1,

L : EG to off'-r their sincere thanks to the In?-
Ju ist Received, habitants of Bermuda nand others, for their
S liberal Patronagi-e ditinig tthe past part of their
From i ew } rper S.uS. Ocn-fPho, Photo raphic practio', ani Living recently ib
A Presh Supply tf made aidiiti,:,n to their stock of
H AMS BACON St,.,ked H'EF L E NS i" i
Corned RE'EF and OxT TiNuf;IE l E N S
Soused l'ics FEE r Lunch TONG US by the first Opticians in London, (DALL-
HVim SAUSAGE Potted HAM MEYOR andl ROS',) are prepare, to offer to
'I';NGUESanud BEEF BUTT'ER the Publie a better claes of work than has
AI 1 I t 1 1Vfl r .L' 1 .IT. lith'i-,t. 1t ., tin l.-.n ii ri .,BIrmi.l

will receive TENDERS in duplicate up to
12 o'clock. noon,
Supply of

for the

For a period of 7 Months, commencing let
April, 1882.
Forms of Tender, with all informati iin an
be obtained between the hours of 10 a.m. and
2 p. in. daily, on a written or f'ersonal ap-
plication to the SENIOR COMMISSARIAT OF-
FICER, up to the day previous to the opening
of render.
the right of rejecting any or all of the Tenders
A. C. G..
Senior Commissariat Officer.

CiOtI TfR- -CTS F .
C wr rR. qf


16mTH FEBRUARY, 182.
SEALED TENDE; '., in dupl eate
will be received at TH IS OFFICE, on or before

'h. 4th of March next, at noon,
From Persons desirous of entering into all or
any of the .udecimentioned Contracts, viz :
SNo. I.
Supply of BR: 'AD.



A Li
be seen

"... esh-JA-T and P-rderteye'
MrEAT,' "
POTATOES and other Vegetables,
CANDLES and Kerosene OIL.
No. 2.
No. 3.
No. 4.
st of the Suipplie.s to be furnished, can
on application at THi OFrrer.
able quantities required, to be ascer-
by inquiry of the MEDrncL. SUPER-
,ENr, who will also furnish any other

11 I HI I'I''r,' iOUc L L L., en JiL .Li L, -. ittt,.,
1 EAl CORN BR IN OATS Much time an.l study is given to theChemi. l -The Contracts to commence on the Ist of
IAT P *'\N and ie -NUTS cal effeets, pose. and lighting of ouir portraits, oAprl', 1-2, and to run to Marcht 31st, 18-3,
\P S'AIC consequently produ.-ing find artistic effets.- to he- dterminable upon three months' no-
l.S P ST. to'(ll kindI Ships. Buildings. Yaubts. Outdoor Groups, tice being' given by either party, such notice
I1 UITS ol RRkinds &e, .&c. to be given on the first of the month.
R. I NS C UR RANTS 2.-The Contractors will be required to enter
ic :innd LIEA S, & -r., &c. O IL'D,,l) T A ,' P.1 Z L. I into Bond, with two approved Sureties, in
JO[IJ\ N 1.1 RHITT. Photographs, Cartes de Visit,?, Cabinet and one-third of the al.proximate annual value
Hanilton,.Ianv. 31st, I's. l'c \-g-r size's takI:.n 1 t shortest n,'tii.-e ; lso -t- of the Articles to b supplied, for the due
ain-itou,.In. la, l_____argeid ti, life sizx in INDIA INK, O I '0-- fulfilment of the Cuonitracts.
rI l T reeis A LitS'S, Cr AYON, and WATER i OLORyS. 3.-The Articles must be of an. quality to be
1\\ ;l* 1 Tw ed 'I Fir-st Arti.sts ini New York City etployedt for approved by the MEDI'AL SEUPERIN -ENr.ENT
Tweeds the above enlarged work. and be delivered at the Asylum on such
SI Clubs of five or mor.- taken at reduced pri.s. days anl at such hours as he'may direct.
ThIe Undersigned has Received P.S.-P-lease notice that J. F. DARRELL 4.-An Invoice, regularly numbered, must be
The Unersignedtle" litS Lst GPilvd h.olda FIRST CLASS' PRIZE MEDAL tur sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
Va ery 'hoice Selerlio 0of1l Photographls, Indicstrial Exhibition of 1i72- and ed by the OVERSEER, who will give a receip'
SV twenty yeais pric'ti-e,. together with llhe ex- with e')rrespundig number.
S. lperi,.,, E' of his Son. who has just returned o.-Every delivery is to be c,,vered by a writ-
lI'roin London, via New York ; especially Se- frm America, and who has opeitated in some ten Order; the Ordera. and Receipts will be
elected for this Climate. of the First Galleries there, -enables them Ito pro- produced to the Committe, of Quarterly
J AME D iA A R S t .p -uthier to state that our pricesa-re kept at 6.-The articles must also be delivered at the
Tailor ad Draper, Reid Street. reasonable rates ; there ,may be work done for Asylum on such day and hour as the MEDE-
lamiltou, Dec. 20thb, 1881. less, but we ask that quality be given the pro- CAL SUPERINTENDENT may direct.
--- fei ence. 7.-The Bills and Bo-oks will be made up
ANonthly, and certified by the -4,IEDiCAL SU-
N.B.--An APPRENTICE, 61 Front Street, Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1882. Motly by te
t o t h e T a i lo ri n g B u s in e s s W a n t e d O t o- JO--- _---- M c _--L L P E R I N r E N1)E N T .
n7o JOHN MN ELI &co. 8.-Pa,.m-nt-s will be m,,de Qrterlv, the
ale or it you want a Good Fitting s t ofA and
S or CLOTH ES.- 65 and 6 Front Street. Audited.
On11 moderate tel'rlS, Al il cNEI & CO.h ,n dg 9.-If from defect of delivery,.'or from unsuit-
The Yacht I TOHN lM. McNEILL & CO., hase trgiged ablequality, th MEDICAL SUPERrNTENDENT
Srthe Services of a First Class Cutter ana is obliged to obtain Supplies elsewhere, the
SN E T Fitler.-65 and 66 Front Street. Contractor for the supply of the Articll-
J H R N -EIL &LCO., invite the deficient or unsuitable will be liable to any
complete (Lately owned by Lt. Wood, R.E., JOlN M. McNEILL & CO., invite te expense incurred.
The same being in staunch order, and ready lie to Call and Exmine their large A- 10.-Eacb Tender must be, encloel in an En-
or use, ha been recently cleaned. sorlment or l'ine Suitings and t'Pas S-tuff.- velope, addressed to the COLONt.AI ~C!:E-
or use, has bee recently cleaned. 65 and 66 Front SIreet. TARY, and marked onr the outside Tende
Apply to Hamilton, Novr. 2, 1881.-tf for Supplies to the Lunatic Asylum."
HENRY T. DY ER. --- l1.-Forms of Tender., r:--nirea to ie us.--d 4or
Hamilton, February it, 15s2.-tf Diamond and Brilliant the service, cI.n "e obtained t. th;s O.ce.
--...--..o --e se-----e.--------- Bi His Eree.'lencI's ('o.,ncan.!,

Just Received, coO .iwavoG'IVS, o L 9,W2.T7
1 .-. .- ......... .- -

A t ; i. Y ic-- I- I 1t t 1 4 I l. I)
Store, ait few Copies :,it
[H-istory1 of England.
Hamilton, Feby. 20,. 1882.

New andli improved Patterll or I'i-, .-
For Sale by W. H. WATLuNGTON, A Cco lu t ?-
Next West -" Royal Gazette" Otlice. very larne im. I, of -- e n .
HENRY A. SMITI, ss. ,Co. .fi' .,, .-:,, .. .,
Ageitft, jlantfav',.,wr hale a the Royal GIZLttU" Stationery Sto-e.-
Hamilton, Feby. 14.l1882.-3 times Hamil -n,. Fely.. 14th, I~'.


V,, (ix, i -, .,


ilhsl Hil~l L:IZI. Station at B~ermiuda, betWCeen the
1111h rini 26th Feiwbi*ry 18.-2, height above the sea
wtiero thm I.,L -p. cinn. ~: feet.



4 67

6 if, 13


General Ra'rrkri.

::f, 67- ),! u 171('n a

9~~~~~~ Th i' f iic E b F

,, .,. /:,M.n. Feb rTrTf r 28 .,. ..

February 24-Norve:gian Barqie iGeorge Si'cocii'k,
Per-ir en'.Ija. :pain ; 6i :) tnni l, 730) bags al-
uioniw.-Ay.nktq..1. 'T. Iiarrell & C.'o.
27--Mail .sIt-rier Orinoco. Frair., :.ew York ; Mails
and general (argo.-Agents, Tr,'t i- ('ox.
Feiy. 27-Br. ,tanrner !!order Chi-f. Nicol from Pal-
ermo, boulid in Ni-w Yark, laden wili t'ruit and l:dt;
called for coal,-Agent, J.1 I)ariell ......

Feby 2--Br. Steamer .order Chief, NiCol, New York.
In the Mail Steamer 0'-iinco, Captain Fraser,
from New York, on Suaday la-t: ,:v. Ch ii ule _W..
Mornice, Dr. anud Mrs. Brower. Dr. C. M. Crorm-
bie and Mrs. Crombie, Dr. William Grny, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Chutin'y, Mi ChA.mun-y, au Mi-- F.
Chbanney, Mr. and MNrs. E. D. All.u, Mr. aul Mri.
G. C. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Lee, Mr. and Mi-i~
triithers, Mrs. Miurdlok, 2 Childreu :nd NuriSe,
Mrs. C. Thompkin-, Mrs. Chur..h, Mr?. A. B.
Browniun. Mrs. H. C. Pli.ce. Mi'ss M. Astwood,
Mis OC. Hoge and Maid, Mi~s E. Willard, Miss
Browning, Mis,, F. C. Sheldon, Miis M. Frunupr,
Captains Cloeking, Cooring, Waterkempe, N. Ve-
sey, Marenro and Marciani, Messrs. W. Harvey,
R. A. Tuicker, 1. H. Smith, W. F. Smith, M.
J,,ne-, Decatur. W. R. Darrell, S4. Benedivt, W.
W. Reed, B. W. Whitlock, S. L. Hustead, Jr., -
McNeil and D. F. Bradley, and 2 in Stveravte.
The .%'Irdinia. .XiltlA .% 11n i L.AiriP ttweeri Halilax
and Lie-pool r.-'iled'l, ha arrived at her ilis-
ti d tc orct IIl li,-.; of' rid'c. .*. &
h" it -..'c piliii,. from Jack 1uvillH ,
:,. 'ai veil )i -.iurroayn, is :li a cargo of lumour to :.
8. ng;hani.
lhe& Tu" -'irtiner Rtli a ce hence at Wilmington,
Del., in HI li inu t i 3" iiay'.
,arc'ue Carrie WIymani, hence. at Boston on 15th
The German Barque 1~tilra. fCaplni R etosp,from
Doidoy. for We-qt. Hartleprol. o.ut 6 days. wais sp.L-en
c.ff tlhoi W it f.nd i f theso IsIl id(a on 'sutaiay last, by
r. Fiedrick 'I. Smith. ..esired to be rp,,rteid.
The Norwegiau Barque, Go. 5!i'.rnric'. Captain
Pe,,-e fr.jom I-iira, Spain, lIound t.i N,:w Yor!c
S I -u w ta -t .in fl.n.:.u'l., anuch,-red in Five Fa-
tho.n Hole,, on the 22'nd. instant, in distress. Capt
P, repoiri let-niun- Iviga ou thfe 3 st, Decr.. anu.
had flue tr,.uthi.:r up t.:o the lothF.ibrua .r.iafter
ttint- expr'-iinuced ta ontinuatioi of rouih wi-athl:.r ;
on the l'2th, then ,bout 400 mil..s wti.t of B..-riudai
during a heavy gale the ,hip S.pi, ni a ie.ik, and en.
s,:,indinii'- their pump, found tbht h-l. wais lakint
five. i.-he-- per hour, anid graliuilly in:.Tre:.'ingr.
F,.r pre ,-t.iatl.: of life and property C'-pt:iin P,
9. d i-L .-:! to 1. -. up fi.r Bernuid-1. and
arrived i .-:',e ltnt-d. (.u the 2..,rl ('-ptain P.,
took Ti .i-.' t it;u i ;id. In.1l : u.iIht his ves-
sel to I.lnilton. A Surv y ha- 1,een held on the.
hbip atd'.: Thie car-' i, t-, i,. diklirged for
fourth Ir iexarminatiou, and w-hi.hb i.3 now bein.'. dole.
--Ag'ent, J. T. Darrell & Co.

Great ex,'-itemueut was :-, -sit.ned at St. Georges
ve-r.:rdav. in Iuusjiequ nee of soiiethinag beiug seen
in an "ruth %I est direction from the Signdl Station
tie-r toai-.i,' li.ud, which was supposed to be a
ship'. l6.,it with p.-rnons ii it. Two iri- v w-re im-
miTdi.-tely, hmniuinly, dispatched to reader atsis-t-
ar-c. : ..u i-1,ir ria.hing the object it as found to
b- I- I r-.,. Pu..v llieved to have drifted frim the
A.krni.. Poast.

The f,:-e-aurl-ift Schoonuer Ya, ht WIad,rr.r,.
v.-tie'.l .\ 3Mr. E. IM r:'.:-'.u, Jnr., .*,riv,,l at St.
t...r,.;s i.n Frii.iy im-ruiung last, tir,:m New York.
He-r ownur an .1 iiundy iud -i-'ii,: frieltn.i ar.:, ':n
Lo.ird, A hae l l .l tr .iy l.-.:e. We wdei-'taud
the TV. will pr;:-.-:d hi.--t. to thi Az.'.res, and
tihence for a proloi.,.g-d .riie-. in the MIeditieiToiueau.
The Wir,'r as ilt at t re- ui'oiUit, L.:.un: -,land
inu 171 and is .'" tlie ..llo.i.. .inionsion.:--
Leueth on de-.k, II.'< it:-t 3 inc-he- ; leu-.rh on w:t-
ter line, 11,I1 feet .3 iu- L -es: .re- .:th of :-eam. 2:31
Ie.?te 3 in'.Les: itpth of hold, S feet 6( iche..;
draught of water, 10 it..'-t .3 iuclhe; iumeauremuent.
97.01 tons, new.

RoY.u.A M1. M S.-urap -" BErA."-BV the Timei
Table, the d-tte fhx- forthi.- Beta" t, leave J.a-
rain.a for Benuuda, is the 23rd in-taut-coudiition-
ally that the depiature mni: be deferred if uecet-
sary, to the extent of thre.:,l dayr, to auait the arri-
val at JUaiii.-a of the MLil Conipauiie-. Pa,'k-.
et from Colou.

CorFFE.-Mr. W'. H. Watlingt..,n, Reid Stre-et
next Gazette Office. thle Solo A'e-ut for imJLipoitei'
and Jobbers T.A aud COi'FrE Comtapany of N-w
York, kutdly itiit u-: a Tinu f the "'otti.:* prepared : yI
trhe Comp-.ny, ald we ci.tnit but r..: nummenud per-
s .ua who like a (.'up of ,ouod Coftfee to call and
Lpar..,hie of Mr. Watlingtou.

The Amateur D aminlatic Clib,
Royal Irt'h Rilen.
The members of this Club gave eveningperforiim-
ances before very well filledhouse-, iu the M:tchan-
its Hall, in this Town, on Monday audTuesday the
20uih and 21sat. The piece .,ileeted were those so
s,. ,: fully rendered a short tnu. ago at the Tlieatie
biyal, Prospect, namely: "A Thumping Leacy,'"
and Blowi or Blow."'
Considerable difficulties were experien,.ed in ob.
taining proper scenery : which resulted in its .,e.
couung.r necessary ti perform the :hurt street scene,
,t 'nil the coueluionu of "' Blow for Blw"'' with
t ?e energy lepre-seuting Sir Hairy Liudrn's Study.
It is unne,"esse.ry to give another detailed itc.cioiiit
of the performance. It only remains for us to con-
grauulate the fermale charaters, fspe.cially Mrs.
.-li,4i,.e and Mr,. Bryau on the great iimprove-
rmeau which has mi-nife.ited itself -in,:e the laet per-
li.:-imincii, Mrs. b hee-mau and Mri. Emery qti.te
ri unt'in,.-l tir ;..":i,' r -.tnud' ir..1 of iex.el!: n.e.
T'i.,- P:-.i Panil. uu.n.r th.e due>.ri.:.u i.f Mr.
l r...n, played .-,ine very appropriate s:lect ions
during each periormamce aud added yEt one umoru
chani to a very pleasant eveiug.


T'ph, pr)ieedion was again reformed and returned
in order to thb-ir Lodge Room, where a stunptui.uiS
(uteit-iunmeut wa-: pre-pared; which did great cre-
dit to lie C,-iiiiittce of MIJan. g,;,uent. Bro. 1V. 0.
F. B., oii-, Houorary P.ast Worthy Chief being
c-ill.1 'A.n to p'eide, he in turu called on Rerd. N.
Bthii'-nr, to ,avy Grace. Atl.le justice wai, done
the '.,oal thit,..' provided. There wereevreral Past
\Vi.rthy (hi-e' ir..i-u other LoLdges wh.u aid-
ed the Siterm in the C'eli..'ratiu. The Choir was
uot i.:.r'rott.:in in the p.ajctl-.ipation of the spread.
Every one pi-eseut w:a hi.l ,ly pkased with the sit.:--
we.s whi-.h attended the d-iy'.proceedings and the'e retired t au eirly hIur,--the Band pl ,. iing
"'*,i -1 re the. Q'-eeu.,"
Th.- Olrde te '-;.ia t; th i .:ortial[ity .-i : l.i 'aiing'
thiuk-, t, the Rev. Mark Jaune., fur hii, kludue- iu
waiting on the Go-od SamcaritauLi on tint day ; as
also to thlie Choir. for thelirs e. i,-ce.

Hlt,- HI.s ExE iiEN, in G-ovEr.CoF i1 no
fairly .urou",n' .,nd abl: to 0imve- ouit o..a-iiou:illy
but his mit, i-. till n i'rally deIpref,.-Yd, anid th
has nu aidc.-i-, teit *,u hlii health IH h:i 1-..e
al.k I u' rim tl.,: pait w ':- to h:,ll. m eting'
Htir Majesty's CoGi,.il ,at Moutt Lau-ton ,i.od. h.
nearly every day transacted a certain, amount o

SThie Steamer Shed.
'W:- hear thl-t the prop .iOl of thl Corporation t
St A ut the N.w Y:lk Steam.-r, with rep:..
ti. th': .-inpllyin01 -ut 'if (Cl'rk. i ,l.r thl:- l, .1, i U:
l...: ikeld ..n favourably by the latter gentlemen,.
Th- ide-re ,of the Corporation, as we understand
it, wl,, to meet the wi-he? of tIh Pt,-iti,.,u,:; by se
q: inIi-r them, -'reater freedom of d,,:,'it fi-r the pro
diii 'e .in it thlie same timenot to diminish the facili
.li- fiPoripil -irlii-" r.:.Jiuir,:,l by The -t, aiiier fi..
her -hli:rt ttay in Port.
The Agenut- however, we believe, do not e:.iusi-le
that lb,;hi these points are, covered in the propo-al
aud the matter -tiud-s th -refor.-' at present without
any arie.ungii.:nt h iving beeu aCrriv.:ld at. Itis t
l.e holp,-d however, th:,t soime- plin will be hit upo:
t.) ati.-fy all parties, as it would be greatly for th
iutere-t of th r-ornmiunity -_* nuerally ;twl of th
Farn,.'r- in p.rticutlar fir mattira to -work smoothly

Public Meetings have baen and are beink
held in the several Parishes of these Islands during
the past and present week, in furtheiranee of th
ol.jectt of the one held in Samith'e Pa i.hi on th
20th instant, and of which we giave the -Resolu
tioun there adopted, in our last issue, and which
were to the effect to Im'ins to devole a ctei
tain portion of the irop of t:1- prese;,u year lS.'
to the, purposi1 of endeAVioiinjg to open a Marlet i
En'ehanIl by direct shipments to Loudon by Steam.'
The meeting in this Town on aturd ay last wa
not sO nutaierously attended as we thought it would
have been-there being not q:Fiite a hundred per
sons prep-ent. The Honorable James H. Trimiu8
hamr was asked to take the Ciiii', whi,.h he kind
rlid, and att,er explaining the objectt of the Meetin
he expLesaEd a ,incere hope that it would be at
tndedl with success, and added that he would d
all in his power to aid the i .:ei in 't. ir pr..j ..
The meeting was addrer-'.d hy several person,
all seemingly in favour of thi. j :bj..t. but ditflerinu
'in opinion as to the mode of carrying it out.
\ e trust that. though a diversity of opinion ex
ists as to the means of carrying the project ou
the kindly offer made by the originators of th
movement will not be lost sight of, for, if it is
we fear that nothing will be done.

HER CAFTA'.' and 19 ofi tOt.,, rs oi.d Crew.
The Mail Steamer Orinoco, on Sunday last, froth
New York, brought the sad intelligence -of th
foundering' on the 1 th irt iut, in lat. 32, lon
72-'1), of theSteai i :f the drowunia
of her Captain, Mr. E. Field A-,twood, her purer
Mr. Sutton, and 18 others of her Officers and crew-
Thirteen only, iu,.luidildr th tv:o Cali u .,a---u._::
were miaii.ulo.i ully a.ived from the zaule fate nfte
being thirteen hours in a very mall boat.
The Bt/ainta was of the Burthen of l,'J04 ton
was built inu Stockton Euglaud in 1861, belong
to the Quebe: Stein-hip Company. Th,- narrative
of the wreek by .-ne of the pacengers will be found
in another column.
The Bt.,,v,.,' was at oneo tiiie' en'agNed in tlh
Trde between thee I-liaud-. aud New York.
At the time of the disaster the Bahama had o
board S50 hhds. molasses, 1350 bags coffee, 1
casks bey rnu, '20 tnus of satinwood, valued t
1 iii).000, cu'e1 by iun-uraui e : the i,..' .. wa
worth about the same and covered by insurance(
She had also i:,n board Ma ils tr.,ni the West Indic
and 56,1.11., iu .1-1 e ie. ..
(,ij.t.iin A-twood was a native of these Islands
wa i ;3 years of age, had much experience in hi
av:,.itin and iwas di],i-rveidly, e -pected1 hyall wh
k i m-w liuI. Hv 1..e ,il.-, t e sitr-.t -, a bIoth,
atni.d till another ladly .Vlieaved out.
Ju-t prior to, the 'ri',en '" io'.viu' n New York
C'aipt.iin Fr.i-r vwa-i iai:,i--.l by tL-. A.,ruts of tbh
('.,rup.,ny, that they h id tat that moment received
tel'rT.,n to the ffect tat one of the Mes-r- Ti-.,-
ltrid'iv's vessel-, had arrived with oune of th,- P ,.
htiieri" cr:w on b,:iad who' was ful aat :
flontinii- ou a portion f oue of the dhe.k
that vti1l.
We notice by the New York paper that MN
Ar,.hi;,all, the Briti-h Cousul at New York, ha
,oiuitneniet d an iuve*ti,'aiion into the causes wlhi
:led to the lv,- of the Bihamua."

or LODCIL VIcronIA, No. 8,
Davo'rEtis OF SAzARIA.
On Tuesday l.i.t, the 21st February, in accord
aun.e with pul.blic: :annuureeiiment, the Datuhter-'
S.ut.,'ia a. tiill...l at h l ir L d,.2 R.,urn, in R-i
Street, lI.iiulifon., at tle time :ppi, jnte'd .-Vi,.tri
L.-dtV: on thii o,. i-iou invitilnu thea.,.d tiuneof th
tiu,., Si-tcr Lcdiges of Bernimila. The wethli
V.'as r-ty rilue, 1 einu .:,ue ', those 1_-righlt a.tuh
davs for which the Islands re quoted, anud :i.o-'
(ique-tly ctiIrowdi ot perouns, n, usual, d asmbl-d i
the tre -t.- in the n-ic'ha- l,'hood *f the Lod-_'-e au
line.Id the r:,id ,iuing the p.asnvae of the pro,:?-.-:i,.u
The l.,.r.-.,-iou having ib. :iu termed, heade.l I.
the AieXUbin:i- Baud, and with oiu,.e -exeei.n'
pretty I:'aI. i., 'r>.-.ceded towards St. Jobu"
Chit uch, Peub..roike, where Divine Serviah" was per
f'.rrn:ed l:,y thli Rev. Mark James, Rector of Pet
tbro]i aud D.evns.uchie, who ,rea,:heid ai very ia
lir..:- iv. Senuou-o-,nue which will lon, 1.2 rene-iu
I:,- iel by the Si-te.n- and congrea'tionu ait jlaru-
Hi. text wa-, fr,_m of the 7th Ver-,. of the V
Chapter of St. M,.rk-- And he called uuto hiit th
twelve." The Vii:,:,tii and Albert," le.
by Bro. A. D.I Di, kiniou, P.W. Chief, gave great
Nsatiaf.',.tiou by their petformaunre, on the oce:a-iou.
After Divine Setrvice and on the outside rhi
Chur.h the plroi:e-ion reformed, the member
facing inwards, when the Rev. the Rector, "on
duct,. l by Brother J. IM. Jon,:-s, (Distri:t Deputy
walke ttrouiu', lihe olumuu, while, tlhe Band pl.tye.
the N.ition:,i Authemr. The members being ; in
order .iaund herded by the Baud proceeded to thi
Odd-Fello]ws' Hall, where the Pa-t Pre-id.:i
D:ur .hter, Siater R. E. Butterfield, callek.l oi
th, District Deputy, Bro. John M. Jones t.:
take thi" Chaii, andl having done so he called on tht
R-v,. N.'Bu'-kner to offler up a Prayer, after whi l
se-'eral perscuns wiee introduced who, iu turn, ad-
dre.-ed. the 'imei-ting, on subjects tending to tht
g,,ud of the Order. The meeting was closed witlh

SWith mtnritling veidute, .ud blols.,:! of go:ld,
SYoutr be.anttifull len -lie 1. brightly unrolled:
With ,.,unt l'ird-, anid the wiInd .1ll iin ing without,
F,.,rawhlile ileiti'i v ,-till wa~nde-' tt :.
I w.-lk in tiIe pth.i rt a ,i p.' o':r tlth .ii.,d
"Where imy v..,i-ce lii i.-ut up in wor.-hip of lGoUD.
Dropped like a -'i-n in the blue throLne ot ,-Ca,
I-1.- of may yAnth, I -,,.a1 lcatinu to thee. :
A ye,-.,i ar..-. [ pr t, -till learIly ..lhefi -1.
Ti'y :I-!u- aind th,- itl-t- -c[il p.i, ib miy L tmi" d ;
A- -tandin-, here aiai the a; S't cit y throb.n-
R :iL -itt ilci.ue ti:. i- dit thhe t I-. te it tit S'.ug.

A new GuaO':, 1'..ud .i bI-ei n .ius':.,:.r':-d iu the
SGulf of Califorui a. The depo)-it is very large.
ThI.: Iland t.oatainw alout 16 squaree miles,'

M:. EDiTor, Berindal Ruid G:aziti.
It having be.-en repre--nted to' me that it wo-uld1
be a ..uveuieu:.e t., th. ti. ki...w'.v \eun th l
New York Mail St,. ii'Ir,- l -a.v, he:r au, hor e in
Grssy Bay tr Hamilton, I. beg to iiutniii you thie f:illov.-in. arrangements have been made
tf. et.-. t that 1 e.?uii :- :.
S' Wht-n tlh- N-w Y,.,rk Mail Steamiii- leaves hei
anchorage in Grapsy Bay for Haroilt.u ; the fol-
low-iu'' -igdal will be hoisted ou the iiniin halliar..I-
of the signal -tiatis, viz.:-
Lett : M I .1-iu flag with white St. Andrew's
iroi, under letter V (white flag with red St. An-
drew's cross). Immediately th.- New York MMiil
Steamer anchors in Hauiilt.a H'nirl.aimr tli-e letter
N will be lowered from the main halliards and,
hoisted uiler a Ball ou tli- Northli-West halliards
and kept flying for half an hour."
I am, &c,,

w From the UTlleie I S1a1es anid Europe.
; Th.- Mil Stueti .* ,,' -, Capt in Frasi'er, from
is New Y,,rk, arriv-:.F at her n1-1lrf t,.inu aIfterr :,0'e
u o'n '.:k ,'m Sun.l 1-'-t. She v-I, let inedl iu
'I P.y for .i *l':.rt ti'!- on hi-:r Iw.v iuto .:pu) t, waiting; .
St-li f.idl. Shae l.t Nrw Y.,-k iat th1- tusial hour :,ti
of Thurdnv, and had a f:,v.,r.i.,l i,.,,
thie ln. viy early on tie nurni ruiu' f Sulday.
Thl, I0 York 11'.,r!.1 uf thli, 2:;id iuit., i.iys :-
Mr. Rufus Hatch is lying seriously ill at his resi-
d-:-, and in a letter utf to the A.,:adi.iu Clul.
t 1i-t ni-'ht his secretary, Mr. S. J. W'.od, says:
r '" Mr. H.,tl.-L i- 1. :t:tiini:-d at hoImue 1lv -i,.kness, and,
Sth-:- d.i.tor-s forbid his :re:,eiviuI- l,.tt. s or news-
d papers."
S FaEE ExIoEA.TioN.-The New York I./ f
Commerce of the 15th instant savy-:-An imii,,,t tiut
i- dei-iiou haLis been rendered, by .Tiitdg'e Blatlhfrd in.
which the Act of May 31, 1881, itupo-inu- the im.
r imigirant LheAd tax, i' de`.li.d t tbe .1a direct inter,
Sferene with the ex..lusive power of Congres' to
t regulate commerce with foreign nations, and in
. l which iumkit -ie.ut i, --ivetu for the Co:rp:a'uie Gen--
n rale Tu,-a.tianut.iu1e.
e CLEVELAND, 0., February 17.--,Ir,:. Scoville to
le lri'. Gi e;i,,'-H;' Peirdoai for the Assasnin Sioa..;hl.
. --J, H. r1hi:.dee, -.c retary of the G-artield Monu-
ment Committee, and a near friend of Mrs. Garfield,
said to an Associated Press correspondent to-day
g that Mrs. Garfield received a letter fioui Mrs. Sco-
g ville this meoruing (aud the dispatch says she asks
ie forgiveness for her brother), and that he was autho-
Io iz.- I in her behalf to say that toward the'slayer of
. her husband she cherishes no malice; he must an-
h swer only to his God and the American people. For
r. the sister and all umembei s of his family she feels
1, only profound pity. Further thiu this .-ho asks to
n be left alone with her sorrow and to be spared
" being dragged into u-eless and torturing public.-ity.
is Mrs. Garfield will not answer the letter.
d The Fortune B.i; Dri)pte. -LoNDO N, Februn ry
r- 13.-Sir. Charles Dilke, under foreign Secretary,
3 stated in the Houeo to-day'that no reply had been
y re, "Iv,-d as to the inteutions of the United St ites
g G'.-ernnuient in regard to the Fortunr Bay fishery
- dispute.
o. :
s, 7.'t, Jewish P'er'eodi,:,ns-rtlnd thnle h)ionelairu
g Ciouren,e.-Lo,,roN. Feby. 15.-In the House of
Co-.amou-, tifi- afte-rnoou, on the report on the ad-
. dre-s in reply to the Royal Speech, Sir Charles
t, Dil':., Under Secretary for Foreigu Affairs, said in
.e rc'g:rd to the Jews in Russii, all the precedents
s, showed that English interference iu the
affairs of a foreign Ctouutry would meet with a re-
bufi, and do more hitrm than godl. The statement
l that there was some doubt, whether M'. (jladstone
would consent to send a representative to the Mo-
Snet'iry Conference was, he said, premature. The,
e Tre isury, he added, is still considering the question
' of the appointment of a delegate.
P.'g Military Aspects qf the Channel 7T'i '.-LutDoN,
r,' February 14.-In the House of Commons this af-
v. ternoon Mr. Gladstone said that when the present
- o Gor erumeit came into power, it found the question
-r ot a channel 'umn-l r already settled affirmatively,
but in view of the .*ii;it iry opinions expressed it,
9, might be considered to be reopened. Fhe Govern-
d mental w'ilMl- .,.,1-,:fre consider the matter.
7e A dispatch from St. Ptets-burg to the Daily
d Terraiph .is : Russian j-.1u,.is expre-s the
warmest gr..titude- t,. the Eniglisl, Ministry for tlhe
Ie toni- it ha .apte': in .:p lyin-, to ques-tious in Par-
li.unent re.-' lin:" ft'u -iin :ifi air..
n Mr. Glad-b-.ue h:ts written to Mr Bradlativh that
t he is not, at p'esu, ptip.r.:d with any fri-_h pro-
it poil relati-.. 0o ti-.. lat..ti's a. iui -i.:,u to the House
s Ocf Commons.
e. The Lond.-,a S-.ndard says: "The neg.,iatious
between Ei,.;ian.l and Fr.ince fo-' :. ,a.vihi treaty
Ls have finally. al.:,lpps.. Th.i only point now under
is di', ns-ion i- hlie i. --iraility of .:,i',:lahding a treaty
o 0a the '',iored-uatiin basi,."
r M. Emile Castelar haa pul.blii. I in article in
which he expresses fears of a com niu:: Slh iiiva.iou
k, of Europe. .iad di-",.irui th.,t it b.1.-hves thi- L-iti
re rac-s, in the incen.-.l, of civilizati,.,, to enter into
a a Cose alli.ace with the Cerman people. '
F- orty bodies have been reeco er..,I from tile col-
- lie-i-- at TrimdonGr an,:e, Durhauu, where the ex-
a plo-ion occurred Tiiur".-1-i. It is ow believed
i thit, sixty or severity person, peiished.-

G GIBE-,' HILL, Febl.,y. 23, 1S2.
h Mn. LEE, DE.xP Sic,-I have not, nor do I
believe any v,:.-el has been seeu ex'.:pt which
have been Tlown u :t tlie is'igual Stations. There art'.
Y to. many ,:-o .l.: iut-re-ted with the Pilots tndl
otlrs to talll)w av vessel to be iu .i.rht ,.day or
ni. hta with4,:',t lmakiung it kno-wn : particularly E,. at
D thl- tiue, wheu lrininl'our 1"'1 -_-'iline on1e or more ',e--
.e or, aire .:'-!iua. to play tri.k-, on 11 ;
- and if .iun v. ia el fir-. i a 2-iu in th, di.-tc, :e, -ilie
if was in troul:le, and wintd-.l help--for our rel ene-
.1 mi; d, u.. c-. -n.:...I illy ilo tltur ':,uin.:.-. i tlhii w.i 'i .
. I ,' n.:,t thiu k .ay' t .i il:.. will l..Itfal in r ,Lit
a.. way, whit...- o mu, h '..:urte'y al li:, -i n v.i
*r and given itfi -. t 'i;i..-r-. .
v Yours re-pt fully,
I. Su.rSIITHt, FIl._r.iy 23r,., 1"S."
" DE PAR Sin,- In .iitjw.:.r to y."i'r ,:.t*..ot yet.-.rd,'s
3" date I h'f-* t, tit., tlhat l',,r tlle !. _-t if -
.S il'- e ij qua:ntities it ... w",:-d ha' leau ,.,.iniu .-'
.. a( .-,e, -,n.i a- 1 ii;". tu ,.,-_ u l r-v.: qU. n tity ,-t
- ii.-ful commodity, i beeu alaout the rock.s
. ,ti-l'y and late, ac.i eld' gi withloat my -py glass,
- but I h iv- u,:t s- u.uiytlhin. like .a su-pi.:i:,u i,.ratt
: it t hadl, i -sh:ull hait- r,-p.,irted it in the prliip,-t
I qna.rtm : neither have I hleariI thei r-porit ot a tntu.
e A A old -ailor would hardly believeT if a iraft was
. i l-in iila ,uit .,ur short.-- v.ith illicit hatnti:. ns,
t l!he would intake kii..,wn l]:r wher.:bi.,,,t-, by tuing
a tuni. Yom's truly,.
s D. M'PuF.): LE:, E- tr., [iamiltou.

, !. t d l'./r'.t i a ,r.

t 1.
, B-rmoocie.-, afar i't. I w:ift. unto the.
A meetingg. of metr.ary over the -ea;
A ii'ht h.:.irtt' y.'uth, 1 waniudere:d astray
Fai'i, sleu Sa"l en..h ,utin' in ditiun'.e aiwaty ;
Ft vord *-, any, .u .Nat ure-; 1.,u- er'oll,
The blue waters [i rounul thee, exultiugly roll.

Colonel, C,.B,.

Madame has. often longed to ble bak in Ber-
muda and has become more euthutia,ti, about it
than ever I which yvou n.'.II kn,..w i- -ityinua a goodd
deal. We have ha.d otn..h beastly weather here in
New York) since coming home that your BEAUTIF,,UL
CLIMATE comes out by comparison in bold relief."--
Extract from a letter by a Visitor at the Ii:.iiiilLiu
Hotel, whose !,inue- ,1-aci.i mded his early, return

To the .Editor of .the 1? al. o Gazette.
DEAR Si :-In your issue of the 14th inst.. you
COpiedl Ie',-,e friti an American paper) a st.,te-
m,-nt head.,i! "' Thle Phoenix A-.snranu:,l CIoial:l.AIy -If
London." Permit ia'a'to say tlb t lthe:.-'in iks ta-t.
have had reference to "The Phu.-nix F 'e In-.uran.:u:
Ct.1:,Ip',liiy'" of that City, which is distinct from the
first named, and the one which has just celebrated
its centenary.
In pursuance of thi-- sil.ljeet. I would also ask you
kindly to insert the f.llo'wing extiat frian a eir..u-
.ti tto.., lengthy to : in it eutir.-ty Li tIl,
received l:,y wte fr..,m thi L.nudou Otic-e :-
'"The Phoe-ix Fite Offi,.- was in
17S2. In th it year a m.all 1.haul if
Mer.-hirutt agreed b'.-ither to fouuil :i Fire In-
"surance business, and as a commercial undertak-
"ing, unshackled by any protective el:-iter, nild it
atiiue lilfi.teli i.,ilitf was unknown, th.- Phli,-.i
took its rise. It would take too long to recapitu-
"late the gradual pror:.-'s of this Company--a
"progress involving a ".,utinual tefe-reun-e to itit.,s
"ofgra-t nmaguit ide iln vwhikh te.- Comiip:l y to.:,k
"a .Co'h-iderabl' e part-now ahlimot fiogitteu i- the
Rakliffe fire of 1794, in whi: 1h the Phi.enix in its
Se.irly days was called upon for -ote- 5i,),'",i", In
I" 1v7 it paid t2.'u,,0ii on, a,.conut it f a t 'i.Eri,: tire
"in the island of St. Thiouai.?, West Inlues; in
"'more recent times (in 1842) it paid t21.i,,000 ftorm
the Hamburg fire ; in lt-. '1, f1 14,iii f..r thl fire
"at Newfoundland; ind reverting to the memor--
"able year 1861, in the course of which the Tooley
"Street fire occurred, the losses of the- Phoenix
"averaged 1,000 p)er diy Another 10 year
"passed, aud fite--, in Amtiri,:.-i of no corLnhimon liiil
"arose, and for Clucago 100,000, and for Boston
"apprtoi:i:hhui- 50,,000. was ir.-,mptly p)ai. Yet
w" w fiu tlhi i.ilupinIy more v'ior:'us than evi'r.
"and piossessina' an income of 1.,etweeu half and
"three quarters of a miilli. u sterling!
"' The f.,ire.'-,inf brief jal rotrh l-"hucte at the
"past :r.eA .,f the Phl.euLx Fire -Oti'e.:. will sitti-
:iently in,.. : t) the pIut)lii th',ility of its
"resources, and its preparedness; to meet any
'claims, nidin.,ry or extroralin.ar3 which ma:y 1:,
"made upcon it
"The public are accustomed to iweet with and
"to hear of large amounts in matters, couuec.tcd
'' with the In-iutrau:e woNr.l, but hlie extent, of tim,:
"fiuan..ial ti, .n:.'ti.ns at the Phoi:nix Fire Offi.:e arei
"mnot ex.epti.:.ual. Si:..-: idea ..,f th-1e may l.e g (-
there froii thI- tact tha- Offie lhas paid duiinug
it- exi-te.:-, in ,a,[tit. f'f:ti:n oif fire i laims, ,aver
S .1.3,t1)1',.i1.0 it-:'.; A nl liie it should 1,e o: l e. ved
that e:-elt iu.lividual uu the Li.-t f theiShcareh.:.1.1-
er- mof ihe- PhI.uix ,'l;:.lnpiri-"n-' i:,f the let!d-
iL.' mer.-autile nieu in L...iudon ik \ irtuily la h':.s-
ta'e to the.lpulpi: ; their ieour:es, in alditi,:,n to
ac,,umulated re-erv,:, of a million, oft:riug pro--
ttc'tiou ,if the iu )t und:,Aul.'ted kind.
I am, Yo:urts truly,
H-irLiltou, F,-l:-y, 27, 1,,',)2. Agent.

To the Editor of Ie Royal Gazette.
IrLLAND iSL.AND, 23rd Fel.qy., 1SS2.
DEAn SiR,-I mi very r-mry" to trouble you, butt
I feel the Puilie ma- y l.,e Esnrpri-ed, -na'I Iwa;I tu
find that no suibh:,tiption .- pp'irs to hlavi' been re-
ceivel by me from i ny member of Sir Frirni.-is Leo-
pold M7..Clint>k 4 ianily, nuotwithstaiuding the
marked inte:e-t they iall hi ve in-.uiif-,te., in the R.
N. S iiptt re I',:.t.erS .Si'ty.
The liet pt.ubli4hi-d 'wv- from n~ Linudon Au-
uuail Re-port in Mr. F-lHowes' po..--i.:.n, indl
broi-'ht to yonu Iby hiii bef.:,re I h:,d an oppor-
tutity ,if inoiiaparinu it with iny Rctioid., or the
omission iu Loulonu wi.' ild h;tvi;- l1.een n2eti-itda here;
it was thim--
Sir Friauiris L McCliDito k, .iiiul.'riptii. 1 i 'i
M i' Daulop............. '- ( In 0l
By insetting' this yoiu will rit. rtly cbliLge,
Yours truly,
Hou. Tr'.v. Se-v.

To the Editor oif the id' i ? Ga:e/le.
DEAR SIP,--P(inlrIudijUa kiomwl that what a writer
rigninu '* A Publi. 1'r:eud"l stltedl in yoLir last
i- tle al.,bu t th- ,e-'r.lition oft' Ba.. h di, is uitrue.
Your paper is, 1.-rhap-, thm' in,ct of any
lnpublihediuo th.- miun:~a Colnie-, and un.ortunaitely,
when trau,'i- i h rtiu-sionas, they iml:,iibe the intorio-ti.inu contaiuced :ilad l oitetlipt, proilu,.-
tire of uiny evil- i rwawkeued a-.,ain.-t BeianUidu.
Of thii ('al.:noy sin.:e i-1:, it imay ibe ,.i:d there h'-s
been a wou'adoiful :arn-t-r of pr..uei ity, includihJ4
icileu-e iin porplitiotin, in income s to all .tepai tuients
of p ne.:ple, iu exports, in Saving.s' bank deposits,
and uupiov,-ihfrnts in Slhool-. Asylums, and in
pla:e-. i,:f relief for thie poor; while no increase of
portvity, or of inime, can be exhibited a-, an offset.
The only dlei-.reas, seems t,.. hie in the min-utal apti-
tudle ot nmany I',a:'le, who, contiunailly uonaplainin'g,
.ry, colf, or e.teami, or ,uious. iustead of rejoicing
at, aInd working in, the ray, of prosperity.
27th F,.-b.i.ty, 1tb'2.

Mi.. Emiior;,-I euld her-ewith .tu abstra,.t t'rom
a rt-li:tble New York Journal ...t th Fe.,y., which I
doubt uot will I.e iuter.-otiu i t, ihw:,e who are -,:
e-n:r.- eti, in getting iiup ** P' -.',ipi' Ste.,in-r," .aud
miy a;d th- ii. iu r-ndu.:in. their i:. ldltti.-,u of c x-
pen-c- to .i tiner li' point which will ;:-e ',o e-entiail iu
iiaI:.uii, tlie enterprise ,1
** GO."
Ar T.iC. r.
A 'o... winh .-ili-:tri i motive power l -, 1.uiiliun-:
onu dih- .'-ute. It -u.:. .---fll, it iv.ll .. athe first aip-
pli.a ti-.u ot ele..tri- ity to. a:'rilthau- ti.fatii:.
"A iii.,t.t'.r worked by eletti.ity has beeu trioe.
sucee.-ttlly upon one of the elevated r.ailroad.s in
this city."

FEL.RuAnY 27mii, l?,2.

Eaii~ s, IMi. J:umni...... Cuncord, N. H.
Hill.),lmph, MH i- ,. & .q .
i1aitl, l ,n .... Saj at = Sprins
M. Kiiuu, Mar. J. M .. \
Do. Mrs. L at..
Do. Miss S",,lUe 16n
Do. C .' ie/

Colie, S. D..... rifi N. Y.
Do. Mrs. S. D....... J'"B l .
Clark, J. ....... C ...uada
Do., M '. C. ..., j
Coburn, Chr-,. 1 .. .
Do. Miss. JD...,. j ku n Me
Plummer, C. .... .. Bo.iston, Ma-ss.
Maltbi., Jolhn.......... Brooklyn, N. Y.
F't. h. Edw..........,.
Me-rritt. Dr. J. Kin.'-.. New York City
Do. Mr-. .,
.Brokan, Isaac...'..... Newark, N. J.
Vat Nurden, Mrs, 0C.... t. Alb.:ns, 'Vt.
ainitli, Mrs. G. G......
.l,: ie E. TP .........
"o. Mr. E..P...... aWe-.t Fairti, Vt.
Do Mit-L.A..... ) -
B.aird.ley, Geo.A.... )
I)... Mrs. .... Nwa rk, N. J.
[Son & daughter).
- Ludlum, Jno. L ., New Jersey
Do. Mfrs. J. L...sey
Dennis, AW'. D.......
Denui., A. L ..... : Newark, N. .T.
Do. Mi-- &V Maid. .
A kte ii .iu, Wairren..., 1 rli N. J.
Do. Mr. .. j-wod, J.
Du. Mi-............ New Hav-n
MC.mrtr, Mi-..... Neuwark, N. J.
Cowdrey, Mr... T.... ..
Art.uld, Edv ........... New York City.
H .-ttid, S. L Jr...,
Joauic, W. T.......... Bostou, Ma-s.
D at altr, Si,-pheu...,,., Port..iiiuthl, N. IH.
Beu,:u, Dr E. T.......i
Do Mr. ...... Phidelpa, P.
Benedict, S............ Brooklyn. N. Y.
Stithur -., lMr-. Rol.bert..
D. I. a ....... Neu York City.
Will ird, Miss.........
THo._, Mis. ........ ..
Le:. M i.,. .........,. Bo-ston, M ,.-
MAIa.-hlall, G,-o. E.... I. 'higo, Ill.
D,'. Mrs. G. E.. i ...
Cliurch, Ma-. T.J...... Conn.
Wlhitlck, B M....... ..
Browning, Mrs A.B...
Do. Miss Amy..,
Allen, Edw.D..,.
Do. Mrs E.D.... .. Nuw York City.
MceNeil, John G.......
Morrill, Rev. C. W..... -
Smith, Clateue H.... .
I)Du. Waltcr F.......
Chliauncey, D.aul........
Do. Mrs.D. ....
Do. Miss Mary L. Broold-u.
Du. Florence Brookly ,
Place, Mirs. Marthc....
Sheli.don, Miss F....... J
Lea', Gtu ........ .... )Tm ki i yir
,Do. Mrk. G"......... ) Towkedbury, Ma-,.
Crombie, Dr. 0.. ;.
Do. Mi.s S. rD.... New York.
Reed, W. W.......... .

N. Y.

BALTIMORE, February '21st, 18S2.
E. ,'. ,I,,, .hi R a l G,,r.'.
MIR. Er.TTOn,-I am glad to -ee. in your ,issue of
the 11ith instant, that Bennuda Meruihants arc be-
giuninul to open their eyes to their real situation,
that they .re be-ininig to open their "hood-
wink-edc" eye- t, .:- fact, that after thousands
utl,,on tthouaandis of il..lIars have Ieen qi,!tlyf re-
iu'.ved fr,mii their usidc-t they ore none the better
off. than er .a cent. if thih> enormous amount bad
b:.,en dii-turbed, only tfliit for their "geu.-ro-ity"
they hive had in all thi- past teu years very orii-
iuLiy tran-porrtation foii their produni.t and selves.
t + *. i
I say I am glad to wee that the Shed Question
i.n- received its quietuis, and that there is in the
a.'r, a possibility of a Steama-hip, being blown down
upou, caught and held by Bermuda Merchants,
aud iu "n A Public Friend's" letter, he very pro-
pic:rly e3udor-irs this sentiment, and very rightly,
and conclusively states that she ought to be man-
ned. as far ui practicable, by your own sons who
rit-ve the uma-ew.,ily qualificatious. In connection
with this a., that is apparently pervading Bernu.
da pillow me., as a native, to suggest that if it is
IreslveId by Bermuedi'ias to own a Steamship, the
iu'a:,. p:or:tors of the move look about them cre they
ginv their ,l.,der. I. as a practical engineer, fami-
liar with Eunglish and Amnerican irou steamti-hips,
dc, know that the c.-nIuemption ofi, asrated with
the actual hor'se-power, ir duty p.-rformed by
Amerieanu Steamships, is in very many instance
far less than in Euglish ships, and I know that to-
d ty we aie buildintu and equippiun, e-qual in every
respei.t and .Asuperior iu many, ocean iteimers that
English builders come here to scr.,uttnm: Again
th.- adoption of the very latest improvedmauhinery
A'ive Aiim. i:au builders a lpreferenu:e over our cou-
sii-, in the direction of 'cot. Between New York
.1ud ,-one of uimr Southern Ports, and between here
alud New Yo'rk andm Bo--tou, and Providence, we
Sla.e American 'built steamers, th.At none more
sniit ible cmu be designed, and very lately one was
built. in Wilmin-tou, Delaware, for a Company
hbre, with i utup)inud suit.-e condn-using engines
which steam iitid 22 knots p'- r hour in the Bay. I
would sugge-t to ruy native land's p..-ople that they
( poud witli either of thim first i1la8ss firins of
H.ail;iun & Hollin-worth, Wiuliinion.u, Del., or
Ji.,hu Roache., Clhesi.ter, Pa., if they derfidl to buy a
fir.-t .laces, uwift, handsome, o,'-ean boat. Why I
think their models and style are more adtdapted to
Bermuda'' wants, lies in the fact of their lighter
dranught and broader beam. Mr. Roache has built
fo-r this government men-of-war and monitors, and
Ha'lan &: Hollinsworth some of the, Pacific ocean
laiprs. sinme my terry in this country. Hoping
that I've not encroached too much on your valu-
alile space, nor that I will be construed as a drinm-
a-'t r' or as a--ltinnru,
I iami, uir.s respectfully, W.

T. t/, E,!t,.r qf ti,e Royal Garrtte..
70 Perry Street, New York City,
22"2 2.
DEAR SnR,-SineC I came to thi. city and observ-
ed ai.mni o,,tlher things what a beautilfuil effect the
electric lig__ht hb', on the ,treets, I have thought
how it would still more beautify you' l-e.uitiful
I--le- if the- --ca. Owing to the way in whiih your
toi:in ii , iout it would not have L.ueen eonuomui>:rl
to 1,ly down gas pipe-s in your ltreeta ;' hut now it-
ia well knu.-wn fact that the eleatlie light ian he
.iipplied ft ta frir chv.aper rate than ai.... Tlihe first
n .t will only be a trifle , pared to gas, nnd af-
ter., ari-ls it will be v-iyv little indeed, as the only
So,:.num l Ial-: .airti'l. i,- carbousns. I would take t.- great i- dIea-l in iutrdut:ci1'iu t.othe I-land of Ber-
tll,!., .1.Vy-re-ii kun:.wn here a-, the Fuller ,-vy tern.
If yo'u will 1.udlvy et me know if you think the
Co' l"i.i tiou i:.huki t:ie it ul.. I sl.:ill fit 'war!il you
p\ r ts-. .t ]iJlil ni es-tiuate.
R. J. WARD, late R.E.

Colonist" please copy.



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tiiotetl t(-itsit 5si ouC(Xteut-isT ~ ill j'sltifV tlli:'l' LA-
pssrtartiou t.:.*tit.. hiiit.~-l tts .
Oi.ITUATY :-De~ath of tlic RevJ. JoNteph c. A-t-
wood, Re.cto~r -s-sf the Patrih of St. Jo~bn'~,, S.alt Ca's,
Tulrks, I,1tissl-5he mnibsntl.'N of the Church Otx
mittize ofut kPt i ui h :a'se patserl reiolutio~ns ex-
prc--ing ands rer-nislitig lbs-jr :rsrrow atitthe l-' ls4
in tbedsintlioftsth, e Rs-t. .io-up i C. A-4i ood, 'slI sms
faithful It' it--s;i a L1siis.4t and trieTd aimossthfjIl
hwe & exteads 1to ovss rI s-cuty-f'i'v: ,
Retil. jettIs in Iby lik quiet lti d sinai n~uti-rQ.
fi- dc-triei td --t,, s -s iibpi bouer-.i-Qtivwho-,? namie
ti-, Couimotllt e ton-ri-t* ttt eielntits s-sand frqicuds~
of tl.* dev,-ir4I-rI t Is, iv -Itt's-IC4 'vwathtty in thEir

KIJNO-sTsN, Jauiiitais .Ftb. I -'ils~ ~ienn
i.Lt.- b&fln tat Di.s hejth i here, tl,;. country Ixiucingtde-
terlisitt-tlto delnsAUii nieod t's.,i- s'st: vkIe-; ext~ra-
m 7 fipamv i~f Ittv rJt Y-4lt C1. 55f 1s)Vs'oIl~lelvt.
scaus i ride. (-)t Ft Is- .sIii js-' CoutliCil
pasda rpiolutioun t:.'- IsI. expenditure of the
ii,,17111 dtiring [lie I .s- ar; i.1"( ''1- -%% Osrunient
i-sbeen in exts'-. Iii .e .da sl : -AL IJ Itl. 'tl?Vtt~t-st
X2,Ct0t~ij in 0's-ovr any similar l intl din the lhiL-tory isf
tho r'olottv. wvit boutin ttI -les-1sis istit 4thi-A ( 'OIIn---i I,
ain atiesuats advantage bits-iiig .iiu. t'si-itherefroin."
On tbe tctllowictg day .v thi-r titjtons of even
-rcrater s-c. .. iity Were mr slurs:iv,-. ile-uanding t, -
t~rec-'liulent. t~gu a riduc hlio uf the- Gi~v %`vsI'
si! t irv $1 and -ti asaiitu.xthl? nif-CSt cs vOf
popular Council andl a cominmand if expenditue a
hblt tile (ivovtotUOR s-u-ct-cd-iin ubt:aiuni-Ln- LUad-
jouirnatent (iif the debate Uttliltho nxii' as- Lt d
pres-sille ''Et, nAi eltss indtiiot ':, v ,j .r i- L~il m rmrii tsp
bc sV, 'Ft- whot s th s-i: (.?cnILtbep-putlaskr s-isI, but IN11sst
w,-- re u n :1 )leIts? ssss:.I 5airn Q fhe 'lnn- itis
These ifu srItheA li.ii ussr-I ;t-jf-ral %ol tbj. C-jut-
laud,:r its f Ili,? FLIR sE-1,udid W ti: 11d. The f-imet-, R,
six Iltofitial votel s, t-Sile fFIv -ibil 'ss'te-4 Isilig vast I.V
thei sffl.' sI-z intt-.rssztfsniia sl sintheir tt isl. rLisd t ho
irg thIii'I -vc--e- i tbs: 1, r. 'le I
(iltuiL timlt tsp-tis -m at itwo "'slet, tils lts -s li'Ii s-j
we'ri t:s1(-,t bi liii- mean-. nl'stloiiAJt l.3rslitiiii?.w
p~roteusted Th t-. fl t.- b-ti 1_1 b, -";.-Iisn in
EAi-lje~t, filisiIt igWill tto'smiti!fa'lvthesttili.u
ut: e-hut a p-pkiltIir Ctktusi~i. -I redL-in' uAl Of -h1' istli.
Chil .StA~, 91nd ; :1-ilutre su-tkIIIOflt st pIIh_ iii: es
Pim Es or B~rrmu'n's Pros-'LY .in tlivt New Yssi-k
Market (-It th 22nd liu~nuttu
Deuts 4$2-25 tosJ,2-30

CA'.LL TO THE Bsin.-Amoug, the calk~ to the Bar
I,% tihe Hollosrablus"o-Afs~i-ty Isr tlie Innsiti Tc npls*.
Ls stssin, cit t,5Ul.-s211thiJtU.I~tiYIinl Wlttt ,' -WsVs s-
lt-a 4t-s tosi lii tI:- thu1t sf Thusiit.t Alt X 's1ds. 1' iMItitill,
Estj.,I B. A.. t.)xfs s,.-uI, of 'n sf .Is l ir Xltili, E! -
iurielt.:it sst it.:NavAl Xi rd, ft-i Inii:'.
Guauir ieBttk,-. I.A., Wa-.I. islentailly 'killesi c-n
Sjatu~rdjYIir ---lit i- It t, a t 11 4s1,-1falIli nt.2 u t c5t h
Dit lt, sit Fort CRIUnnintlh' in~l1.
YAsiI-t IN 5-h.. Is wilt isN611XItl:iL Rise titer
the- 01.1 is fll~ tit: Gtts-at Sojtund ta Fiidiy l':.Xt,
111,-11,inzit1 iI-oTi'PrpsIttt-n aw

MARRIED, iu Ihamnilton Pari-h, ou the 23rd iu-
taint, ly tlth Rev. G.-.r: .- Tu l:-r, Rei.t...r.:,t -rlit-
iltoun nd Smtiitih. P,.-iri si.h M .m ili.i.rii O icr.-
Bit:.GE to'Mli Cl 'A'iru.iL WVuOOL.IrInE.--[Thle Iui-
t-il ag,-- of the 1lridu itld i-..,omji is, t.:, 1 1i,-
year t. ]-r'.,i,..

DIED, ,t S.:. iith.,mi[:t,. ,u o -Suni. t.. 1,th
I t Iu t, lit i'r.miA AN in uL .-, -i :iitj
andl iimuii l B--ll, l i-:.1 iur.ithh-.
...... ., in Si ith', P,: t'ri-i.h .:.1 t ,..;- "2- t ii t ,t.,ut,
M D!_.,.:I L B r-i;1. ,..xf, L ;- ",,<, if. ; :\ "__,.- : wi'i,.,
an,. ti v. .. i-t or t,., IuI.. I: n tl.hir i'--.

1A .0 z er

At Roy. (; jzet.te" t'taionery Stoie.
Hamnilton, Feby. 14, 188.2.


Will be Delivere, ,it the

To (G-ro'oei s, iiot,-l Prop-riet~ois.
LBoarduliltg-Ifs useKepis Heads of

fh1 IJuder~i-ned l htisbeen in-triuctesi to sell
Bv Public A~uction,
It .,srU PnPTQP

rThi"U (NTU TSEDAY) '\J .s.
Evening, 2Sth instant, The Enuire
By MR. S. PARKtER, Juin. T T AT 0E
0ub.ject---THE CAREER R OF YOUNG SiT 0 C I El f M
MEN. Of the late
Mi-it at Intervals. 6DL4ZC P. TI1T,

Pro-i:-ed- in aid of purchasing I?,-p'sits for
the Sundat y S.hlto:,,.l.
A..Inii..s.ion-By Tick-t-id., Children half
.Doors opi.)n at 7 p.m.
Lecture to be., in at 7T o'cl'eek.
Hamilton. Feb.u ny 228, 18P2.


By Public Auction,

To-miorrow, VWedni
ist Maieb, at 1 o'elo.'ck, at

The ,Tidermientioned G
f EN T'S Black Clth
Do. do. ido. Shootill-,
"Do. tdo. 3Morninl
Do. Fancy WVorst-d M.miini
Doi. Chtc-k Fani:cy do..
Do. i lack (Cl-_th VE T:5
Do. Diagoual do.
Do. Tweed du.
Do,-. Tweed PANTS
Do. Tweed ansl Pilot OVERCO
Boys' Worsted JACKETS

Ladies' UiNDEIt -KIRT-
Do. Black Staw tHAT .
Me-n'Is F-elt HAT., ( ard atd Soft
Uujbr-llas. Boots, Bruslie--, Knives
Pnknives. shirts, Ho-I iei y', N:-,lti

IL iuiltu, F.-1.r .,iy 28, 1 I2.

.-". GtLII.L's., Ft:b '.

To be Sold, by Ai
At the Co iniSuri:&t Wharf, St.

3rd Pioximo, at 11 a.m.

A powerful ddraciglit.

i-^'_.aa,,,+JL'A- 'i,^ t'.+s fa : -
Fo, r further p.i tiiiulat's I lplliy ti CO, MIs-
SATf!lAT OF I.ER at Si. Georl'e'S.
D. A. C. G.

N Oice.

T. H. MILLER'S Paint

Until Saturday morning next the 3rd March.
Hamilton, Fehb-ruary "1, l?-'2. -1
SEQU I ED lot whi,-h n EWA lI D
will be givoi-n, a., to the whb.reabout of: JOHN
PHILLiP ', who 1.-t Lon.1ut- oi, i.'th N ,veti
ber, l.7i6.-Apply t.- Me-A r. -'e-.l, L,-,vell
and Iited, soIlicitors1, I Gutilhall Chaiubers,
F-bruaiy 27, 1l5".S

For One Wfeek Only.
The1 UndersigIled offers tor Sale
nt \\ \ ..llNGT. i' IN i', ltaini tn, i 11 all
ile jpre elit \teek, aiibo, t 'I-1,1)111i Ib Firet'oud
at thl low rate ,: .* "I 10(01) II ..
Hamilton, Feby. 2Sth, 1 '-1 pd.

OSoots & &1l)oes
Ex Orinoc,P.
l ( Hl.- .P.

D 'ire- F b *i ,,, ",'2 -, '-

. 5. ^ .? 1 .5: A

Apply at this Office.
3 Must be well recommended

VES l,,Y


2',tb Fcimbrnarv, l-2,
C.ilnmencingeas:h day at I1 a.m.
The- Salc of s., large and Valuable a tock of
to intending Purchasers of the following Ar-
Y Terms, Cash on Delivery.

esdaCa, -C,msitng in part--
theLS amp I-IMNEYS
- .. 'r ,. CORNMEAL

rJood : VINEGAE & Bottles
Kecroie.:- OIL
Moruiiug Whale OIL, and Lard OIL
C,)ATS Sult BEEF & l'OI:K
do. C(-OC I('K i-.PY
do. .. BRAN, CORN
Boxes CHIEE. P O iP (various)
BISCUITS (various), Ball BLUE
< ';! .1,. [ various, .
Flosri.1 a \"ATt..R
il1d double CIG R:',
: and Tins SPICE (various'i
Liebig 's EXTRACT
S ,ALT. in Jars
TEA,. Lalf chests ,
S Jar.- SNUFF.
and Forls, *" Tirtarie ACID
.:',. '" andi l...:tI;,s i l.0,1 OIL
,.'Io T ins (.ii .],-i E, L.
27, 182. .- L L IES
Au-tioner. 1' : I.tION -

B t :ir i I.DE ,

t-t ( C,0 hlrl:l _te. (.'lret,. She-rry,
27i,188 Port WIN;':, in bottles.

ito .ion',


-i I I III

Bottles Saladi OIL, (-'. iotr 011 .
STArlONE1Y. iN,-Ft. P \P-E

BR'USHE' ttand BaOOMS.
AXE- Hauillets. Wa-.h-BOARD.4

Hamrilton, Fbru4sily '?Slth, I'. ,
'.N'.' -1B.-io ds will be deliv,'.-d imiiniedi-
ately at,-r I.T ;:ldde e y ch dlay and following

Fresh Straw1)eerries,
Bernti..:a -'rown. One d.ay's notice to be given..
F..r Sale by
No. 9 West Front -treet.
Hamilt.ju, Fel.,rujiry s2th, 1sS2.--I l

-r, Ti 9'

%rq -%. -,-
TrH I UNDEi. SIGNED will receive TEN-
DERS until n:on 0of
dth March,
For the Purebas:-. of about
200 Emnipty Meal Barrels
In Lots of frsi)n 'L wenty-tive to the whole,
To be dlivc-r-l, at Welliun'ton Stalls, St.
George's, any time before 3 st. May, 188-2.
St. George's, Bermuda, *4th Feby., 1882.-2

T ';\\'.L. ', :.Sierted o. ;Gili. Old PI'lted-
i:',.,. 1:% n. :itt-.' 1,' iI. 1 U It.'N T I-' \.lM .
-l46 ,:d V7 I 'rit r'elt.

2 otice.

LL 1,-rsons are hbei-hy fol'bid TRIESPASS-
-L ING on the LAND now in my (..eiipancy,
and 1,. l.-.',in:;t to the state ot f the late
NICiL.LLUS HAYWA'D. as the- LAW will
S; be i tidly it e.or. '..t t any person -s, of-

. Tacker's Tcwn, 22nd Feby., 1.-2.-3

hWioles~ale &~ Retail

r'O ,

/Vew York Mail Steamer.
f_1-.,R., 'r E -I IER

('iI r ,IN F!PHASI-R,
Will leave the Port of Hamilton,
.\1 7-j.1i :i m .,
r ; rI I Y

2n.l lMaeh, Ia2,
A.nJ is to leave, .air; 'sy l'..vy ;I -oon is the l ails,
lo 1_. dI.I p it.h J from llainiltoni at I p. .., onil
ilii1 tl:h e. reie ;li ier.
'l'hr I)riil I" ine to le.L6V New Ye>. rl on 9tho
3 r, rhl for reni.i.
.i'.,,,,._ es aie respiectfiuly reques-ted to be
uPl !>..I,IJ her, at 7, 2nd Marehi. Bre.tklfast
ill I,.-. serve' ,i n boa.ird.
Freigh,. i'arfe ., n.d pi-peel on Freight, will te,
l ce:e, until: p.11., i -t
,i 1 .' 'll r" ir r ,litd 1, l I t/d.'c .'tit l /,t sr,.i-
',tl i,. i,:, Ii,' i I / ./; b' t/' c Pir.,-r 1u"'
l-,,rt/./" '..t .. n, u ,. O ,,r, ., ..... n, ,,..,,1
, '. : P '. .. ... 1" /f ',.- r l. I
," I "..', lt 't ll i i.!, u( n, I'n l ord. -', I i'in ,] -
euf t i,: '' ,_'t i... ,.n .
'TROTT 1 .' COX,

I la nilton, Beri,'iil, J," t Fcby., 188.,'2 .- l

Cuolon]is cc p'y one.


Snle of Real Estate
in Sandy's Pavizh, known as
L "4. IT WA Ov0 oZ,"

At 12 o'clock, '.1.,

8th March Next,
-i; Tlhat valuable an-1 very pro-
'.lduct iv, iiri:i of about 30, acres, 21 of,
which are arable land of the richest Red clay,,
situated near and frontiing theI wMitar, is a spa-
cious STONE DWELLING i1J.-'Ll.;, in g.,o.i
order, with Outhouses, Tanks, LimUckil--, &c.,
on the -Preiiises there is a CAVE, the extent of
which has never been ancertained, all eu'losed
with a substantial stone wall
As, a pleasant country reisien.;e it cimo,,t be
surpassed, bring situated between oiieIr *t
Bridge and Georges Bay, v'io have that i.tirili-
ful sheet of water the Lnitlh: Sound, with .i.i
Liglitlihcbuse on the ri,-ht, and the G,'et . on tha ltfr, H, H.M. iiokyarJd, witi, thei l.i s in B:,, forminii a innam i neatifilal ln rs:-
ma. For G;i,'tin.!, 8.ihliilg, ,',r.iin o : d I
iR,, "it cannot be eqi| ltd i l a'nv I.,rt .1' lihe
B. W. WALKER- (.'C..
.4, it'owerte.
Hamilton, Fii.y. 28, IS '2 --i ..;
--- -- ---- -- -
".AS'I'i S~ v- r, "ae', n:1 (. s t hat
S ate, '>',irt ii y 'e ::i. .I "i., i .w
ty seidi.,, t;.e]i l J iH. GIANTd 'AIlM, who
%%II iepl.ii.ti ltie h. Uita inotderate cost.
Febiru..iy *2s, 1' -,2.-3

A LL Persons having CLAIMS a-
,it h 14-t lht l'-.') t.' i l t. [ .+ 'ii ,' ,'
i.ahi c N sti are reqg e,ted to retilr thtir Lc-
counts tip tll"
On or before 31st day of Iarch

and ail lP i,:,*,ii lN')-;i- 'l Il ;o w the stid l V',1 [a
-are Inqte .i L to i ;iymiot L by that 1.:t! .
Si.u hoaupton, -eby. 27th, lxq2.
-- ____ -

For, Rent.

f' uated ltear tJcdi:- 'venue, contiaiin-
's is i,.st~selkon s.-s-r n ..s.1 os ir 5s.- -meti -s.

A Reward of


"WTILL 1b. paid for such Information a, will
S to the conviction of the Person
or Persons who, on the night of Saturday i-ast
bro-ke, throi.h the Window and entered the
Vfestry eouim of Trinity Church, Hamilton,
,ind injur',ld the furniture therein.
Ch.1el Wirdenis.
Hamilton, February 27, 1iS2.-l1

Horse Wanted.

TfENDERS for the supply of a
L liH-iE lfit lor !t:IAVY )IRAUGIHT,
wil be received a this Oitk-e on
Monday, 6th March, 1882,
W\hein the lor-es must b- prodicted for luspee-
tion at i12 Noon.
S. C Oeficer.
Coimmt. Hamilton, 27th Feb., 1882

For Sale by Tender.

S-" HOUSE and LOT in the
r Town of HA.MILTON.
THE HOTrSE AND LOT on the NArth side
of MR. THO1MA.- GRIER'S, and now in
the o occupation of MR. SAMUEL AUGUSTUS
SMITH, at,: offere,-d for sale.
The Lot i. I .13i feet by 50i feet, and a Carri-
age way from th: back t) the Sixth Longi-
tudin.d Stree:t, will be sold with it, if required.
A ground plan i-f the House may be seen on
application to the undersigued. There is a
clear space between the House and the Street
of 101 feetby 50 feet.
TENDERS for the property will be received
by the Undersigned until noon of the
Sth MARCH next,
when the highest Tcnler, if approved, but not
otherwise, will be accepted.
25th February, I.'2.


rTIhe Undersignled has just received
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"
A-^ Smoked liEEF BUTTER
BISLCUITS &c., ,&e.
Haimiltou, F6bruary 27, 1I.2.

Soluble Guano.

.hflnn)ofliatedl froin Fish and


getable master.

50 Barrels of the above
Juiit received per -Oriinco," aud for sale by
the undersigned.
Hamilton, 28th Feby., 1882.-twice 3p
S(azette" only.

For Sale,

Builtby J. M. Do\Volfe, Halifax, N.S., One
Neow, One Second Haind.
Price Modetate. 'Terms accommodating.
vent for J. M. DeWolfd
St. Georges. February 21, 1882.

For Sale.

I'ior l iiii ti r I'..,rli l:l e p l asse pl'y6 6o
Park Vill i, Near \Victoria Park. valuable for Farm Work, Hoisting, &c.
Hamiltou, Fel ... 2tih, 1ss2.--tt. --
Apply at the" Royal oazette" Office.
S0 ICE, Hamilton, Feby. 28, 18e2.-3

For Barbados and De- Private Board.


f/11' ~ ril i i5 e~ts ah'imV. Jon

L %DIE1S n,d G-1atieuhi:ii 'iiitiig Boem da&
van hee otiifrsrtahly Recoi,-noirnu"'Ied on reit-
s-.,n:tble Rerms by 'tipplyi-'g to WV. S. P~N~
T(A'UNJae!ie, I imi-t-in ''iParhh.
.-,eu BathLing antd Boaing among ottier at-

hiuiosry 3rd, Iil-3 -6 3p____

t~e li ItFlUE UrA~lL~jrO, Fobraary 260b,1882.
Francs-:s Audersosi, Wmn Brown, Jose S de Baleu-
esirte S~ar 1" Kit Carsosn,"5 Wm.1M Conyers, Jose do
cli, S Dolovico, Maiia Eoianuelikon, Jo~ao G Fereilia,
Elizaheth Folor, Mrs Hawthorn, Capt Hooper. Wm
F Iluiweli, Beni In~tii~, M V Nunez, M J1 Nioeotil',
L-V at the, above 'oR iis M r- W H Robiuson, Emilia A do Silva. Peter Swh~h,
.2.44)i1 Iot t)?r0:1 IIaI i1i'nr R ei a ,r..-I As i luu11,. he rY D lnth. Mrs J i115Sw5~il,,
'sell tor stov Keepi- B1g,-1 H Fammit iuh, ab55 mith, Jos r0:c nian,
'- -i''iLutLV Trott, :1.ldsiti.Wa-tls E WVellwasi',Utio B-

i-~ ioj% ~ --;re LId ?L 017UNC'L.-A..- sL' l"T Et! 13 1IN 0"1:
L Is. !~ R & l) fiOjrls L'od, Brig .- D A S~''Jul -a
2.5 Front -Streek biw~u.nnJ1,, Barque William Wikuvu,5 AltWoo Z.1.
-twi'e t3p. 1 kersou.

o1 Mari

,Asshie w'sill ..,L0 '1ki~elY
III, lii- ds~t fivoilraiisl e '

Hffamilton, Feby. 28, 1882--






Mmm P1

f(l.lIE U- Kti.) -
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Disease. ever J
2Ag e, iheumia-

.EHear t .Disease,
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The Best REMEDY KNOWN to Man!
0,000,000 Bottles
This ,Syrup possesses Varied Properties. ]
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t Quiet I the Nervous System.
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blood, wbihh gpnbratiea Scroiula. Ery ,p-lp,1 a4 d all
minnerof skin dieaeua and internal hault,.re. .i
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it can be taken by tlie mrot, driicbte ahbe, or by the
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DEAR SIR,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
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Circulation and aefing on ithe Jiieased matter ir, my
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No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YoRK CrrTY.
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Thtoit and it.-ei'stion, alter I i.mun been treated
by physicians witlhun btnetficial Ofr 'iLi.

No. 99 \W'EST Ho-Ur.TON-FT C(iTy.
"IR,-Your INi'l N RLOO'D SY1nUP ..- Ue
rTr enim rely ,io 'h idisirr..s in mii h-' -", ,- t reli i' d
every difficulty ol'. b, o el-. I vmui -*, .a it
i Ith> t,- si iiit.dl. e th11 i any pei,.. n t ,i ke lor
iick he d'act.,-.

DEAR StR,-l usedl your INDIAN tiLOOD SY.
RUP for byspe.-ia (from which L sutit'rJ for ivt
year.,) ~ th ihlie lihapp e-st ,ei ullas.
A Jose.-plbCe'e ,iny st.)iaclh iin a condition tc
dige 'lo.d-tl ieel.y relievi,, me olf ioht dis reis.
ing panms .expeiei<.d J by ilyaleptic after eating-
and ;ilahouih il at rirst caused occasional dizziness
it quicklJy dJia pearrd on i.v continuing mt> use
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great-
ly tii< ti, ( J.

No. 333 West .ni, si New York City.
NEW YORK, Feb., 3 1880.
i. Johnson, AlM.D.
DEARn :Si,--I tak-' pleasi-r'- .1i r-commending
your -IN IAIN BLOOD SY:! 11 ds an invaluable
r, mi-dy lo. Dyspepsia. 3' : 1 ias beei a suff-r-
or from pe-rodical dJasp, .. -ka of lthe isnos
a. ,iil nature for cver Duiing such attack.
dtiah wUi uld almost l.e a r(-lief t u her. .bhe was
I' seritb, d for by several doctors without effects,-h .rtceftltti! she othainid a bottle
ol Vur l,,DlI AN 'uiLOOD SYRUP. Its effrc,'c
w ". i Jerful a.nil .-li s noiw eni rely cured. It
is ., ttia no lio6sehirld should be wiiheut.
No 26te\Vst llouseten-St,, City.
BERatLDA, June 2Sth, 1880.
[)EAn SR,--This is to certify that I have iounid
,I c, guod in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP th.,an
.i,i Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
a, d< Indigestion. I would advise all that sutfer front ,
tLOmiD.%YB UP.

Sole Agent fo.r Bermnida,
W.ter Street, St. George


A L Persons having jiist CI.IUI~% aaint
A L the Estate of' the late .IREMili
WILLI 41M PEN ISTON, of I.,niillto, Puarih,
are requested to render their ACCOUNTS,
duly attested, to the Undersigned on or before.
the tenth day of '11urch now next ensuing ; and]
all Persons INDEBITED to said Estate will
please make payment by the above date.
Hami.toin Parish, Feb. 11th, 1882.- :

For Rent,
That desirable Residence in Paget Parish
; "Isnverunrie.
The Metropolitan Hotel,
Queen Street, Hamilton, with Coach House,
Stanbles, &e,
Apply to
Chaintery Lane, Hamilton.
6th February, 1882.-tf


HE Undersigned has just opened a choice
THSelection of English and American

For Xmas, Received by the Moiil Steamer
Consisting in part of:-
Tins of Roast BEEF MUTTON
Lunch TONGUES Potted I1AM
Bottles of Assorted PICKLES
Corned BEEF in Tins BISCUITS of all kinds
SUGARt, White and Brown FLOUR
"T'ins of COCOA and MMILK
Greetn and BurntC .-. .. Oolong TEA
Boitles of YRUPS, of all flavors
CHERRIES, &c., &c.
Tins of FRUITS, in Syrup
JAM 1 of all Flavors BU I'TER LARD
oz. i'ottles of Essence LEMON
Condensed MILK
'TA.FLTARIC-4.'CID, (Powdered)
Hair OIL, assorted Flavors Fine Olive O11s
CUR I lIE (in Bottles)
NLIT % EGS A LMONDIS, in and out of shell
Jars of Preserved GINGER SAGO
S &c., &Ce., &c.
East Broadway and Victoria Streets.
Ham.ilton, December 19, 1881.


'HE Undersig ted takes this op-
p- ortunity to thank the Merrhants of
Bernmuda for the very liberal response which
durini, the past year they have given his Card
which was first published in this Jotinal last
December and which ihas resulted in a largely
increased trade with this Island. He would,
also express the hop,:- that the intercourse so
auspiciotsly begnn may be doubled this conm-
ing year, and that every Inhabitant of iieriu--
da may be given an opportunity to test the
sct,Jri.'or iqjalitq of all articles put up under
Thurbers' brands which cover goods that area
ytitrfcceed to be pare and .wh,hlc-.some, and of
which dealers are auithorised to refund the
purchase price where consumers have caused
for dissatisfaction. He would again remind the
Merchants of Bermuda that he is also practi-
cally tamilar with the wants of the Island in
all that relates to Food Products and Groce-
ries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him
will be faithfully and promptly filled, with thte
assurance that they will receive all the advan-
tages which the special facilities of the Messrs,
'tturber & Co., enable them to give as'importers
with Branch houses at London, England, and
Bordeaux, France. and as foreign Mauttfac-
tures aith Factories at Bordeaux, Marmande,
and Nantes, France, in addition to the large
Factories which they own and operate in the
United -'tates. A. trial order, no matter how
small. may result in mutual benefit and will
be appreciated by
With H. K. and F. II. THURBER & CO.,
Exporters, Importers, Manufacturers of and
Dealers in Food Products,
West Broadway, Read and hudson Streets,
New York City.

P. O. Box 34S2.
New York.



For Rent,

i A Cottage,
In the Town of Hamilton.
Immediate Possession given.
Apply to

Hamilton, Jany. 14, 1882.


Bermuda Bermuda Veterinary In-

Corner- of Queeni alnd Reid Street. dence, Hamilton.
Hamilton, Feby. 21st, 1882. E. REID MERCER, D,V.S.,Residence, Ham-
Silton 'Parishi.
L^ A L Z*~ x~ I Will visit St. George's Professionally on rues.
PIROPI EIETO t, I days-Ofice at G. Spurling, Esqr's.
rA T O mOT E Will visit Somerset on Fridays.
HAMILTON HOTEL, Reid St., Hamilton,January 2, 18S2.
e OOr'Couglhs Cured.
lfthorl \ er /rILLIONS have tried ani, been benefited
In Pints per dozen, or Cases dozenn each.) by the use of E. A. M\EVER'S COUGII
H[amiltoi, Februnar 14, I18S2.-t1 DROPS. Those suffering from COUrGHS A ND
i... .ton,__ "br COLDs had better at once obtain a supply and
S7thus prevent the ill effects so often produced
lHE EMPORIUM by neglected Coughs, &c.
Always on hand-,TAR. OIIORHOIJUND,
47 Front. Street,, FLAXSEED, Iceland Mo-s DROP.', &-.
J. H. Robinson & Co., E. A.IEYERS.
Agents for Messrs. F. ALLEN & SONS., man- East BroaduaSy, No.r. 29th, l.Sl.-3m.
ul :eturers of
O r f, ft r i For Sale.

Citrate of Magnesia, Chocolate and o d o,
Cocoas. d h oe ous ae andLot,
Patronised by His Imperial Majesty the Shall o(f e the Tow01 Hamilton,
Persia, and H. R. H. the Prince of \Vales. FOR.SALE.
Werecommend Dealers in Confeetinneiry to For Particulars please aipply to
purchase of our Ageuts in Bermuda, who con-
stantly keep a large assortment of our goods, I1. 'D. DARRELL, EsQ.
and at present. have in stock 28-1 cavt. of assort- Ilamilton, Novr.29, i1881.
ed Confectionery in a variety of 73 kinds, at --- -- ----------- ---
only 9d. per lb. rFoTr Rent.
Messrs. F. ALLAN & SONS supplies ma-
chinery, .&c., for the Manufacture ct Coiifec-
tionery with all the latest modern inprovemients. K ,
They also employ 800 men drily at the Steam I T' T ,
S -I. 11- L 1 1 n -I .- .. In Queen Street.

W orks, Mile E.nd itoad, Canal Road, Lonlon. .
are Manufacturers' Agenls.
Hamilton, February 14,', iS2.-3u
. -

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-
uing 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 is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
poiud plackage.-s (in ie, bran, noit ygro,,,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each packagee contains the
Thurberreeipe for making goodCoffee. We
patcktwo kinds, Thurber's "No. 3-1." strong
and pung-ent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
good qui Ait ,, 1l',,:s'at e nj t iitc 'l'ra so,t le
prc;,-'. AAk yer G,'o.'r tr Tl,'bfe-'s
oistedl (',.''te (; po tt ud plo.7,iKytges, "' o. 34"
vr '. No. 41." Do not be put off' with any
other kind-yotr own palate wil 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.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York. -
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesonie goods and pack ihem in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, p1ure and wholesome,
and dealers are authorized to refund the
purchase price in any ease where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. Tt is
therefore- to the iitere-.t of both dealers
ind con-i-luiert s to use T.7',rbr rh,9 ,' 7l,.


United States JIail Steamers,

IF 0 i. L I so f 0 0 L

\\'I.SON!iN Tuesday, Janv., 24, at 9-00 a.m.
NEVADA 31, at 3-01) p.m.
ABYSSIN [.A ** l'Criwry 7, at 7-30 ;.in.
A IHIZON A6 14, at 2-00 p.m.
W'YMliNG6 21, at 8-00 a.m.
WISCONSIN *" 2-, at 2-30 p.m.
N LV,1.)A March 7, at 6-311
AB YSSINIA 1-1, at 12-30 p.m.
.11 A\.KI 21, at (6)30 a.mi
f'he abnoe Ste3amers are built expressly for
the Trade, have fivt. watertight bulkheads, and
cat iv experienced Oflicetr, S.urgeons and .ten-
3arJ~"esC T'heSalofit A'-c:uiomrru')iulitiolslre ln-1-
surpaased by any tlantic .Steamers, :and the
State Rooms areoi) ti.aini deck opeoung itii. the
-saloo>n ftis; securing that great-cotaolit iu
,tLua travel, per/'cl t7nlilatioin .an delight.
smoking loom, Hath Rooum and Pianu on
ea..-h l teaIner.
Thli U. S. ,Mail itearaer )rinoco" from
Ber.uda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York 4o 11 .1onda3s, :tirl Pa-engers' baggage can
hb tra.n'sferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
ailiijg ie'-t day.
29 roNli"w,' New York.
New York, Jany. 12. 1882.
A SK your Grocer for A. C. wVHIYL \NW'S

Adjoining the TTiner-signed's Dry and Fancy
Good Establishmwent recently occupied by
MR. J. W. BEEK is for Rent.
Immediate Possession can be given.
For Particulars please apply to

Flamilton, Jany. 31st, 1882.

Marble & Granite

AXIAIgAX, Nova Scotia,

every style.
Bermuda Orders solicited. alisfaction gua-
S42 Front St.,
Agent for Berm'ida.
llanmilton, Oct 11, 1881.-6 months.

AFull Weight, Pure Condensed
W E offer, under the above brand, a Iul!
Weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added to one of milk will reduce it, to the aver.
Sage standard of Orange County milk. Every caeO
S14 warranted. There can be no better Condinse'
Milk than The Peail, but it will be sold on their
principle that low prices combined with good
\quality and honest weight, command the trade.
Price per single case 48 16-oz. cius is G$
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75.
i. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.


Potatoes !

Potatoes !

Superior Table

The uudersigned has always on
hand a full supply of TA BLE POTATOES,
in quality superior to any in market, and at
piikis to defy competition.
SPECIAL itR\TES to Army and Navy
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 3, 1881.
Protect ionl against litE -
Can be obtained from the
of London,
)lie of the longest Established and Wealthies
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the B:W ANCH OFPPICE in these
Islantd-', a Saving is effected to the insured
of the Stamin, Duly, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PhI I,'RT', lor 3, 6 or 1' mouths.
N,- -'ENo E and no C- IARGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September9th, 1856.

Great progress has been made within a few
years in mianilacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We clain
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts ; as the Largest Mar.ulaeturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consiilr it
our inter-est to ti'ii.iiinuliture only PuREand-l H',)LE-
suIE goodls, and pick them iin a tidy and attrac-
tive rmannier. All goods bearing our narne are
guaranteed to be ofl uperiur quality, and dealers
are autliriz'ed to relund the purchase price in
any case where chustomiiers have cause for tlissa-
tislaction. It is, therefore, to the interest ol both
A .- I --I 'P j 1Tn n n'

dealers and consumers to use THL'tl31ER,'8
Liverpool, QiuuF.mtowii, Londo i H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Ianl Nw York. Importers, aManufacturers and Dealers in all
EN LAND, I'IAT, CANADA, P.S.-Our oods are for sale by most Groners
ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE. ad all will t the i requested to do so.-6.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the larg-st steamers (belonging A .K your Grocer fur \. t. VWi IV LANDI'S
to one Compauny'i in the Atlantic service leav- Si. v SP.
ing the pwrt of New York. They are built ex- ..... .
titely of iron and steel, except, the merely de- dJL I!.'.1VCA.-FEB'., MAlACH, 1882.
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire p1..roof coulmp-artments, and provided '-
with everything calculated to add to their "
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of j .i Tide. -R PE A R kN S.
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (al[ o0
on the main deck) are unusually larg.-, light i- sets.
and airy. The table and general appoint- ..
ents comnire favourably with.the best hotels 28 T 6 25 5 5811 I 4 18 Jamalea Mail due.
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New I We 16 24 5 5. 12 5 6 St. David-Ember
York every Saturday. for Queenstown and 12 Th 6 24 5 58 13 5 54 [Day, 1st, 3rd and
Liverpool, an-d weekly for London direct, from :3 Fri 6 22 6 0 14 6 42 4
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage 4 Sat 6 Q0 6 0 15' 7 30
in currency : -To Queenstown and Liverpool. 6 19 6 I 16 8 18 2nd Sunday in Lent.
4c0 to $7l). To London direct (Victoria Docks) 6 -io 6 17 6 3 17 9 6
-W0p to i,6.t ; excursion tickets it00. currency ;
Steerage passage $26, currency. For fnrtlier Full Moon 4 day 8h 20cn PM..
particulars arpily to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 6;9, 71 and 73 Broadway. New York. T:ic 1BERMUiA R0otAL GAZETTE is published
F. W. J. HURST, every Tuesday by DoWALD M'PnHE LEE,
J. M anger. Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent

~N~w York, January 27. 1882.

Wanted a ';ober M A N
Tha~t thoinu lihlv :uti .rnJ the C ':ie'.

huauury 2, 1882. Apply lit thjis Offic"'.

si t ayy,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
Wi,,-re Blanks, Hand-bilis, &Sc., will be
piunted at the shortest notice.-Agents
NL. Georges for the RoyalGauetle, Messrs.
GeOnGE BOYLE & SON, West End, Water


.Her's .Dockyurd.

Required for Floating Dock.
Wag-.s 1/ per day. with quarters on board
Captain-in-Charge of Naval Estab-
16th December, 1881.

For Sale.

Apply to the Director of the Yard Teams
II. M. Naval Yard.
Fehy. 1-lti, 1882.-3

16 .PZBgT S01"UP.7M.
M. KENNfILLY, Proprietor.
George's will find Superior accommodation a.
this Hotel
January 3rd, 18S2.-2 Months.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
CoImmissiol Mlerchanlits,
18 Leadenhall street,
. Personal attention ugivon to Coiisignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Her.
inudi:ian orders.
April 30, 1881.






Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesdn s- 8th February, 1882.


Tli "e ',w P- I .n.P Captain E. Field Ast-
w' od. b?!.e.giug t the Qui-bee Steamship Company,
of Qtiuhe?, Can,.dl, whiii.' s.Iiledl from .St. John,
Porto Rico, on Sarurday. February -1, wa lo1tat sea
in a cale early on tb-. mo.-niu; of Saturday last, in
about latitude 3? .-leg. north and longitude 72 deg.
50 main. wed. There wive-r four paiengers on b.)ard
and a ship's e.:,cimliay noliUbering tweuty-nine, in-
eluding the enplain. Tiie sean pour.?i over the
decks. eairriedl ar.oiy bulwarks and two of the four
life-b,:at. and fi-Hlly swept through the engine room
lhatebe.' and extiigli-.hel the fires. YWhen thbe ii-
gine-' had -.,:,p[pe; th veh :el beeuae utimlitageable.
lell into the tr',iiah of their ,ea and soon begau to fill
anld siMle
As ht bhe-iam e'-1ut th;2 th -teamii'r could intt
keepefl.,:.J long ihe trt remnaitinin liteboats were
lauuleh,-d That vc nit:,ini j- the eaptrain and nineteenth
others w.t- s'.re1i'.l ahlos-t im:uediant-ly, and all
on b::d t .re t Th- :'.her h ,-at e,:,t.iaiiiug thir-
teen p.-rsetas. ii. !a;e3 t keep afl-.t t-)r tivelve hours
and tv-as t'r,.-I*lIl i-, the PBritil ,Rbiip G'- imoerag, ofi "'?a.' Daw.,,u. wl'ch a'eir-tiv hero y.--
terday. !hri r.,.4 1 i' -Ae ,f .' hi t reI, .-k and thea
surtiviut pa' -z i ;- Ian I .I:iw .
Aujnou the I, '' aptaio A-tiv'ood and Mr.
.lameu '- .t-,r.,, ner tir P.-i,:. H,?ygl i ,t, chief etigin-
e.'r and ,7 7'tiuui-,e- w.uua0 d hre:-i!'eitl two steer-
age ;"p-us;'-.. r5.
The .- 1 v:.e: R..I -it W illia .-, fir.t officer;
Robert ,".. s -. .1 offi 'r -lfr'l Deprie. s.-ee,)d
engu e ZeP),- .. :'i 1 ii. i rd i'j inpter, -. 'abiu
u._ :' Jieoh s. -., {t., of tlie fri of Outer-
rri; ..'.: I ., N-'- Y.-irl,, a. id Mr. H. J- Tear, of
avaiun -., an)d 9 -',,eC,.
T L I.,i b '!ii[- i ; !-tii.:,ra,, e,[ '-l.s1 o'.v', i-'rir",t]
iii thit.-- rt .'' .-l..'- hia .ig t', .t- irtlicg new s of
the te'rlibl, di" -.a- r iin pers,,ns on hi,:ird,
all wllikI -i'e left of thirty-three pooongerpi and crew
of the .t.:- )iiet Bilt. ua.
Mr. TT.F.',-c, ,''-ir.ei, ,'b. Ga., the only cabin
p,' :.-, iti. il ,- 'x p o It M S,tt, saved
fr'i i :,e week. Iirve the -. :tt naii; tirrrtatire
of his shipwreck atnd his rescue:-
1 ..- ,:-.-] -.,r ., r- r iaT '-,' i d'e4 in Seitmr-
day ,'- i.-i' h.- 4 t -. F -lu try. -,ffSt. J..>hnI's I--
land, Pv.r e Pie.:. I 1 '.aiv ll: wi &l until the
afternoon of Tarc.-A- At -undown of that day I
was no <._c'k ein th-. c.'' ro'mi n; Mr. Scott was with
mni a -',. '1, d I ai to hle C'aiptai,,, "Thatis a rathlier
peediili 1 it0iowT', (C'plSIii, ii ir not?"' He said
"Yes I think we shall.have ditry weather." How-
ever, we did : ot 'Ili.,-I r-'":- mluwch of that. and we re-
mained talk ,, in h clart roon until about ten
o'clock. I tb.-a -aid 1. M.r. t cip ,.K that I thought I
ev.Till '. '. 15 .,- A. h .I .11 .a ,-'-.t ten o'clock I retired.
A r ." T .', e'. ii, tal. .:"h .,.! I .ipps had w ,,k
tpI ', :- "._-- 6f f '',' ,, I 1 1 hield ,,f th.e b.a s rod that
wy. ir, 1e, h -,-;-, for th p sip was lurching a little.
I tli,!. w.,--. : .,.;t 1- clk'1, when I heard wa.
ter c.:,.i itn '.i:--wie f<.r my stateroom door
Iwa. pI"V '.'a ,-' i- t -- ws re pumping but
I did i. t iik i .. err much of that and I went to
k-ep t,.iL -.. Al --, two ,. I' 1,k I w pk.e itp f:-r the
lit .:: : ii i- hit of a' 1 on tl,1 itt,- h.itrl tide.
l- i' :.'i : i- r :--.- tha' I h,. ',] a ge,,d dea! of talkingg
but ste iu.'i1 ", l .. ; ., i my be-rtth until about
thtr'e '. k 'i ,. I =- e.1-i.n',:.r G f-I t a li ii- di-,d posed
to gco: LLti: i ,1 0 Le I h.rd some )one n.-uir nmy
M:ettel e,' wji:H 7--'.. No. 10 The person proved
l,e be '- .iwa-rJ.. I ,.,.! What is the matter ?"
,th.- r .. .1 ,- o, .1" ,me ate[r coming in.
Be Ir, j l i ."*' ii... I he-itrd Mr. '-lttou .'the
unrse! .. Tit -ard I'tlw-ar[l, two life boats
ani. th, i4 .-' ,)( tle'- L. r.- :e:-..,.ie ii," I imn'u ,diatfel
j iuilei- ,u Inty hetilt. l,u, o'tt iny boots fud nd i
l.iut;. 1 %,<. !Z,. ,! 0.' k 10 r ctt s::ti elCo tts dto mtu'
tl.ul th, ,".,iat t.-i-i .. ut d er,.. W lhi'e he was sayitni
tLi' the ,, ,i'v.- m,'tL'er t; ,?u-i u. u- lurch, butI
Went 1:.I l t, .tue ..,ar On uty retirnt the Cap-
tain i] "Y.i had h.-tter be lip here all
ralv It I.l hi.- ie r,.'ry hard just then, and I
1.. t i,'- i t-- e-i'e..-, -. I '-,vert to my stateroom and
got inV It. but I ui .iti,.er !,:echel the it deck than
the hat f..iv-! -ed tIhe cap ,it;I weit, right ovt to sea.
"T I,:. t hy t'h; time was --ttlinz on the star-
J)I91rd i'. I Le fires were put ojut, th? vessel rolled
in the trongb of sea and the waves ;se:wmed to
me to bh- rujui.', from fifty to sixty fe-et high.
Tbhre v uo ., -.:,-yi an- any lIm-,-r by the
ship, and .i,,l.ej ba .1 -, got. oat, and thlie Cap-
tniu with .-ntlt., men .-ot into her. They started
first and : itoi .., hundred vard: away
fr. u the1. :-i I't,- p .a : bow, when a wave went
over her ii, .r .t s. swamped. Just before
this w. IT .1 j L boat, which was a itntallie
boat, .:0, ;: 1 i. di ii .:iI eI f uL ,i.,itlealiig the fiV t 4 and
second ir.,. T!i ),;t wa tiehirteen ieet Ihig, but
we could only use ten feet of it for stowing away
thlir'e.'a .ue:.i. We were, .t'r-f- re, very low in the
water, nut b,:i.;g air:i-e th',i fire or six iei.:-i,.s above
it. W e -at% ? tcapaiu'l boat swamped as we were
in our boat, bat if --a- iO use trring to g.) to her, for
we ceelt'l' e i'ii ther n: tIh ,e:a was too heavy,
and ti .1 '-, -..,!, f Jl ,- h;r, ,"!i .-,. :,-d us. W e went
due east for some time, and then the wind shifted
and o,: went to the south-east, where we sighted a
barqer, inti 'she ,ii.,*-t u, cviel'-e !y not se.4ug us.
That e.:t- a.hilei tw.f'lrI' o'c'ok on the next day.
About half-past two o'clock we tlh.iitlit we saw a
sleam ir. ad ;- n,.T,-i.rre about th,'ecp o'clock th"
steauie:. ,-oi-!i tI he al,.. it tw., milet.s frozen us.
We ri .-,l an oar and stuck a coat on it as a
sign of ie,]ire -. arid ',, till shouted .as men never
did sh-tul h.:t: re. I th;uk shipI ah.y Iu about an
Lhur w'e sew ti.- stl, ai heist its ensign, and then
we knew th.t (hey had seen us. They bhere dowh to
uo, and ir t..u.-i tlh stanier to be the Gleumorag.,
of the .ill;ni Liune, I,:.- Gia--o.,.v, and after being oni
the wat.-r thuin'.--u bhurs, we were takeri on board.
It felt good,I c:rt te!il yu. Whe-u we got uon heard
we foitu..h tat we.' hrel be -l riek.d liup almitt hy aun ac.-
cidel t. IL. Stit.,rt, th:.- ee,'.uIl .efli.,er ,ef the steamer,
said il[h I ashort time t.ei-fore we were sighted he had
come on deck tet.d he tbuight that he heard a peculiar
noise, ;'ud he ' tion pipe;: and hrteuetn. tIe heard a rnumilitig, pe-
culiar ~,iiau, buin euelnJ,-d it was a roar of the
sea. IHe luoLked out on the ocean, ,ud saw what he
suppo,, 1 i.-is a iale; hut on lio1kieg again he was
leeresua.l.:- it .rva not. He th -n sail to the Captain,
"Isn't that a boat out there?" upou which the Can-

tai re.- i' "A b.) t. hit .ei I I b at .:t there?" '
The C':p; air. t-.'riedl hi glIas on then object and saw
that it was a boat. Whenu that was seeu they lost
no time ti, pick us up, and that is why I am here.
You seeg o.-- iu a i,-.v- uimit of chttie' for I have hadl
to buy e'.-1.ytbi..- this eveuiug. I had nothing to
wear wh un I e.ium, u -h.:r- but what I left the boiat
with "'L' C'a).liin ,if iL, steitu.i-r gave maw an old
coat. Bit the- I.-;e thiiing I dl ivheu I got ashore
was to t. )wy wile."

The Oul',ti .. usi .-LoD,:,N, February 17'
-A Vi.-uu i di',...L e to. the Daily Tek.yraph. savys
that t'reh i-li- -"wi -- disturhalue-, are rep-.rted in
the Goverun,.:-ut f Eieff. The military Governor-
Gene:l- Coui't TAtlhben, declined to interfere with-
out sp.:-isl ins-truitious from St. Petersburg, a re-
fusal which has prolieedl a painful impression
among ithe orderly population.
Advii-:.-s St. Petersburg confirm the state-
ment of uutrages by peasants upon Jews, on the 5th
inst., in a village near Kiechenef, when ten were
nearly l -tteL ti) death.

S F.r the Ri:'/ Ga,.tte.
MA. EDITro,-I am sorry to see this system pro-
posed by the people of Smith's Parish at their
me,-tiu-g ou the '20th inst., undicr the hb.-a-. of Ar-
gument No. 2, by intitmidlitin' the Ne:w York deal-
ers (.ur he4t, customers) to "make them more
auxious tu buy, and muore willing to p y fair prices"
f,.ir our ouiiu -, for it will only ,.tise- then to laugh
at us. If argument No, 1. is corr -t, thatt we
grow more ouionui thin the N-wv Y.rck pe.-ple 'vin
li.udll- with .iadvnta.'. to any of t1-e pr7tie i conl
e-: tel with the biusin--," wir-lt the threat,
or intiarition if youplease, that if they are not muire-
anxious to buy and more willin.m to pay fair prices,
we will -hip t: oth'-r .t rktet-, wh-n .'.''?.- / know, as
well as ,'c < tell them, th.t we ore'ltiite at liberty
to do so? Query, do we ship to thm prirmairily for
their interest, or for our own ?
Thl. pr.)p-:,iti.o in Atrg'iirut No. 3, if feasible,
w..eiii.l hb. ve-ry gool, .iof ltiippin' one ,.. .'four Crops
to London, and the oth,- i,.'r't.- the Uuited States;
but who wo.iMd ship t.i the former to nett 4/- per while:- thi'y 'ol..l hip t., the and get
5, or 5, 6': Few ind.lE-.1 would be so unselfish!
It seems to me the only way to remedy the evil
I *:.imp ue.l .,f i t. pis- a L-aw lpr.ohil.,itiu' th. ex-
pi>,,t t.) th.- n uited St t, ,)f.t. .* .. *" -- :,nui.:usi,' whi,:h
Argument No. 3 states the New York dealers ob-
ject to, and do not wish," fI'trelt illiu.-, the market)
.iil liLitiln.- the export of red ones to a fairly esti-
miate-.l qjiiutity to iae-t th.? ,erioum !. there at re-
munerating prices," and leaving the overplus to
seek other markets. If this were done, I think we
should find it would be to the interest of tlh- C'l.:.uyr
to confine to i- fert'ii.-htly trainerr of the size of
the "Orinoco" tu Nw York, at a rate of freight
nft x. eelimn.- 50 ,-eutsi per b irrel, with a subsidy of
5,", to 1, ,, au, t,. h-iT,- 'e fast steamers to
Lo*ul.u,. at properly e.tiui t.-1 intervals; and the
latt,:r te loj.u -t a ditfr.rut -h-l from theNewYork
boat, which would give II.r ,i lhiu- time, and pre-
vent ..ouf ui-on. This would probably have the
effect of preventing the farmers from shipping be-
fore the onion is ripe, and of proper size, which is
now often done to secure a ,teiamer', and to the pre-
jelie of the Country. If the .ue boat to New
York should not come ,.:iti:- up to the mark of the
demand, this would be supplemented by occasional
large sailing craft. My reason f-.'-r e..:,p,:.Mii L:-,il
re--tr':ti:.ue as to shipments is, i,-...l.e: I 1et-lieve in
no e:,th--r vi-.ay would individuals unite upon a sys-
tem for the general good. The le-u._h of voyage to
London w.:.du.l l. th- re :,i tel:r two, or even three
fast boats, ua.i-n et ,euie to New York.
NO-rE.-Th- Le~i-,h t tu'e was appealed to through
the "mnirking" bill t-, regulate the quality, and
may with equal propriety be appealed to through a
shipliuy bill to re-ulat-e the :pileintity.

Lonie:Nx, Feby. 14.-The House of Commons this
evening resumed the debate on the address. Mr.
Me. :'arthy's amendment condemnind the Govern-
ment's Irishpolicy and urging an immediate return to
coustil utioual methods was rejected by a vote of
98 to 30. The address was adopted by a vote of
87 to 22.
LoNDox, F-ihy. 17.-In explaining last evening
in the House of Commons his recent utterance in
regard to Home Rule, Mr Gi:(.ls'one said he held
on the question of local government very clear and
distinct opinions, thcenuh it was unlikely that hQ
would ever be eall.-:. to take action upon th.: -n.
FHe .-ou-i lvre-d. that the dee.- ntrli it i.on of Parlia-
ment should be a cardinal rule of policy; that local
institutions are a source of great strength, and that
the only limit whi-:b, in priu.iplet, is Tine?-iry to
their, i-s adequate provision inr the sutipru-may of
the central an-hority. He -i-livel that the wi-se
and jtiit way of meetiuz thi-.?le-n1nu.1 foc' biuni3-i
Irish iftf-fir-, unore uunler Irish control is not to re-
gard it as the -first step toward'i.-n, bub
rather to ask the promoters of the changee to f.r-
mulate the gt u-rant.:es they proposed to give for
the supremacy of Parlianf--t. He had never yet
received an adequate and satisfactory explanation
on this-i poiut.
ThI:- Freean's Journal says it would be impossi-
ble to exaggerate the significance of Mr. Gladstone's
Loror:-, Feby. 17.--In the House of Lords this
evening the GO.Iveminment strongly opposed a mo-.
tion of the Earl of Donoughmorf for the appoint-'
ment of a select committee to inquire into the work-
ing of the ire.ent le.i-l.iti.:u in reference to! inl in
Ireland, but t h I motion was carried by a vote of
96 to 53.
LoNDno. Feby. I1'--Thie Sft-rtf -r Isays it believes
tha: Mr. 3.'-C.rthy will at a later period of the
session frame a motion on the subject of home rule
which will embody the demands of the Irish.
LoUNDON,Feby. IS.-The debate 1I evening iu
the House of Commons on the rep.,rt of tr e ad-
dress in reply to the Queen's speech was detltory.
Mr. Chaplin, member for Mid-Lincolnshire,
stated that all the evileuce be:.fore the Royil Com-
mission ten-.i.-d t, show that th,- United S.-ates have
reached the acme of agricultural prosperity, and
that the worst has therefore been seen of foreign
cor.pel iti.-n
Sir Staf.Iird Northoote, referring to Mr. Glad-
stone's utterances regarding home rule, said they
were something between a dream and an election-
ing move, whi.. h. thoueih sulic-iently chara.'-teris-tiC
of Mr. Gladstone, were exceedingly dangerous.
The Marquis of Hartington expressed surprise
at th alarnm created by Mr. Gladstone's remarks.
They only me tut, he -siid, that Parliament should
be relieved of local duties.
LoNDON, Feby. 20.-In the House of Commons
this evening Mr.'. GeO -rge Trevelyan, Secretary to
the Adtir-.ity replying to Mr. Maxwell, said that
American salt beef had been used in the Navy
since 1870, and had not been coinplained of. There
was a saving in its uie overEhglish beet-f equal to 27
per cent., or .5,0tu0 yearly.
Mr. gave notice thit on Monday he
would move that an inquiry iuto the working of
the Land a.t wouilil be iujtiriouts to the interests of
good Goverunment in Irelaud.
This motion of Mr. Glad.,ront's is intended as a
couuter-stroke fo the roeoluition of the Eurl of
Donoughniore pro)vidiu. for sa,-h iaqutiry, whi.-li
was carried in the House of Lords last Flitday
In the HTfoue of Lords thi- eveniug Eirl Gran-
ville, of .tare for tih:- For:eign Department,
announced that hehad con-sulted with hiscolleagues,
and they did not think th-mselves justii.e-i in
taking any itirt in th- e'omuntitution or proceedings
of thli. prol:,,.-edt cunmtitt ie t: inu.l-ire iuto the
workiuo of tue I ind act iu It-laind.
The ifMar-pui of Sailibury Sil,ree ttedeany Govera-
moet action iu the ruoitt-.r a- grave and uuprece.-
Mr. (.il dstjtie's ni-citifi.:ati.-n ,:if the motion he in-
tends to iuroildu.1e on M.,nt d in the Houuse oftCoat-
mons w.' rec:'ived with prc.oouged cheer-. The
opposition deno tuiced it as an attempt to gag the
House of L,.rds.
LONDO.N, F.-bru.ry 22.--In the House of Com-
mone to-day I.Ir. GI.iJ-itrne expres.edi the opiuio.)
that the Hou-e had :eted beyond its po iers in pre-
venting Mr. Bradlaugh from taking the oath; but
Mr. Bradliugh's conduct, he said, was an act of
flagrant disobedience to ihe House. In the course
of the discussion Mr. Bradlaugh passel the bar and
took a seat. In consequence of this fresh act of
disobedience, and of Mr. Gladstone refusing to act,
Sir Stafford Northcote moved that Mr. Bradlaugh
having disobeyed the Chair, and being in contempt
of the House, be expelled. Mr. Gladstone support-

ed this motion, which was paused by a vote of 291
to S3. Mr. Bradlaugh then quietly left.
Upon the motion of Sir Stafford Northcote, a
new writ for Northampton was ordered, Mr. La-
bouchere stating that Mr Beadlaugh would be a

For 'he Rfv.'r GI:: .%
MR. EDrrOR,-In your issue of the 14th ult., a
gentleman, signing himself "A Friend to the
Public," wrote on the subject of what he calls "the
People's 'Steamer" ; this Frieud forestalled me, for
I an article written on the sb me subject, but
he got his in your office before I could get mine :
procrastiuation in this insiauce was blameable.
However, it ii all right, for his cart wheels run in
the sine track as mine. I can, and do endorse
every word he has made use of-the whole article
is brim ful of their esen,'e of the principle of com-
mon sense. The only impr.ovemeut that I can
suanzz?-t is to charter a steamer while the contem-
plated one is getting rely. Let the new steamer
have two compirtinents, *,ne compartment to be
fixed up f-r 'oiipressed air for beef and another
one for delicate fruite-suc-h as cherimoyas, loquats,
grapes, strawberries, &c. There is not a Planter
but what is a bAeef--.ii.ti u mmu, if he could get at
it: but at 1/ p-r p lun.] lh r-iumnt reach it. The
beef can be bought on the hoof from 3d. to 4d. per
lb. either in Canada or in the United States, in the
fall of the for less. 5,000 i ueithe.r here nor
there in such a steamer as is wn-ite-l as "the
People's Steamer."'
The next matter I would recommend is for the
Planters to form the.nse.kes into Clubs, and let
these ('hibs be strictly of A gri,. uii (i4i and Horti-
culturists. No political or other business to be
countenanced, without just cause. I remember
the time when the English farmer was in a worse
condition than your Planters now are-but their
trouble was-wet, cold land: but when Mr. Science
by chance introduced himself to the English Farm.
er and told the Farmers to underdrain their land-
cut their drains three feet deep and break the bal-
ance of power of the water table. As the water
was held up by r'.ppilary attraction 18 in. from the
surface of the zi ound by going IS in. deeper, broke
the balance of power and give gravity power; thus
lowerinr thle wate-r table 3 feet below the iittrf:e of
the gr-.une,. The Farmer could get on hi- ground
and in a very few hours after a rain :pe-II, and
could get their Produce into the Market three
weeks earlier than they formerly did. The whole
story of under-draining is too long for your
columns. Draining costs from 20 to 25 pounds an
acre. Mr. Planter, you have no such costly work
as this to do in these T1lauds. When I left Eng-
land there was no more wealthier and independent
class of people in existenu.e thiu the English Farm-
ers. The Railways assisted them as much as un-
derdrainiug. Mr. Planter, I w.s engaged in Eng-
land by a gentleman of Yarmouth, N.S., to come to
Yarmouth to do a certain piece of work. One day
when staudiug by his store a load of cord-wood
was pastinu.. Mr. Allen asked the teamster where
he was taking his wood to ? "Down town, Sir."
"What do you want for it ?" "Eight dollars."
A lauzbh, "I will give you six dollars fifty cents."
'" I cannot do that, Sir; gee up." "Hey, stop; if
you do not leave that wood here I will close the
books." Mr. Planter, you must draw your own
Mr. Ed itor, I wish tjo tateito here as I have touched
the draining department, that in Canada it was one
of my specialities. I got a machine that cut,
picked er.d s-k..vele., it as fast as two horses could
walk. It was capable of doing the work of 25
men per day; and did do it. It cost 01l25. It re-
quired two meun nd oi- n.air of lire-es-one man
to dI ir.-. tli ot :-i .i at..ue the m hiu .
All work done in thee Ida l-: lia1t I have seen,
is done in a ie-rv irilniti've i'-, iand on a very
,...--ly y-'e fir the wi -'.t of la.t.o r-s.ving im-
p.i n. uft.. A.i:i,:.![it .:- n ld H :rii.-iilture are two
such large fields to .:. T scarcely know when
to stop, but I must stop now.
I am yours, most ruep.ti' oilly,

February 23, 1882.

Assault upon a British Nual Oli,er--Vigorous
Measures for Redress. -LoNDoN, February 15.-
Commander Willimu H. C. Selby, of the British
man-of-war Falcon, while on a shooting excursion
near Artaki, in Asia Minor, was seriously w'.:undl:.d
by an Albanian with an axe. At the request of
Lord Dufferin, the British Ambassador at Constan-
tinople, Said Pasha, the president of the Turkish
Council of Ministers, has ordered the Governor of
Artaki to arrest the assailant. A Turkish and a
Eriti-h man-of-war b-ive pror-.eded to Artaki.
The Standard's corre-poundeut at Constantinople
telegraphs as follows; "Commander Selby had
been warned by the Alb.imian uot to shoot in the
viiluity of his fl.iks, butt i.1. uot understand the-
warning, and the latter tried to seize Commander
Selby's gun. While returning to their ship the
Eurliseh officers erei it-ki :*. by fift.Ein armed Al.
banians v ho kn,-,ked therm senseless with the butt
ends of their muskets and bound them with cords.
Sul.--equently Consul Wrench succeeded in procur-
iig the- re-lease of Commander Selby and his com-
panions by offering" hiniself a- a hostage. Consul
Wrench was aft..-rward- releais-d."'
Commander Selby'st assailants in Albania have
been arrested.
The South American War-Massacre by the Peru-
vian Troops.-LoNDox, February 18.-A dispatch
from Buenos Ayres, dated January 24, says that
p'irti,. ulars have been r-e:e-ive I there of a mn ssacre
of the inhabitants of Pisco by Perutrian soldiery.
Colonel Mas, with 600 troops from Ica, attacked
Villa rieene-io, routed him, and with the aid of his
men proceeded to sack Pisco. A thout-and pipes of
wine were distributed among the men, who burned
the houses and murdered the inhabitants. Four
hundred foireine-rs wlho, attempte,.l to resist were
cut to pie?(.s, 3'))0 heiug killeel, including the French
Consul. The total nurub.-r of victims was 1,000.
It is -tid that C0-ilunel M.Ls has since been shot by
Garda.i's troops..
Explosion of Infernal .lvhine.-:- Eiiht Persons In-
juref.--EDINEaTor, FeYiruary 15.-Two boxes con-
-t'ining iufernail IL :'hin-, whi, h had be-n dellivrr-
Edl at two diff-iereot, oexplodedl te.-d ty ou
blingt opened, and eight p.-rmius were injured.
A mason name I Coitello has been arrr.sted in
-ounneerion with the outrages, which are bc-li.ved to
.Live been pro)mptd by personal m ,ith"di.
LoNmoe, Februi ry 11 -A P.irliarueuta.rv return
shows that 512 su p.e.ts are coahined in t ei various
j-tils of Ireland.
LoNDoN, Febru try 13.-The D.ihly Telegraph
states that at the .forth ..ning Pa:r!inenirv elec-
tiou in Meath th, Irikh ptirLy iutend to elect Mr.
Michael Davitt, who is now a convi.:t iu Portland
Pris.-u Mr. Patric-k E,:iut will a-,) be noninated
in order that if Mr. D.[vitt should bl, diklu.tlific-:.
Mr. Egan may take the seat.
Eleveu arrests have b-een made under the Coer-
ci.-u ae: at, Swine-fjrdl, C.unarv, M yo, in fronnecti.:.n
with a re'.?ent Ibrutal outrage- on three men, who are
still seriously ill.
Lo'N-DON, February 20.-The Catholic Bishop of
Cork, in his leuten pastoral, refers to the immense
benefit, conferred by the Launl act, and says the
violation of the just laws of property. individual
rights and personal safety afford a dark cover for
the introduction of a stem of brigandage by wild
and unprincipled persons.
The Lord Mayor's Jewish relief fund bas reached

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F For the first tirne in my liif I a .i iniced to
g'ive a .teitmou.l. NottiebI, in f.tie,-" paper an
adverii;aeti-L ur '.ft Di'. Soert,'_ Ele-.tii.: Hair Blush,
I sent 'k3.) fiorr oui- an l flund it luile.. a ret.narlk-
able brush. My ike ltas f,:r. ya stiff L'eel with
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it hias never fcl,.-l. Ijy wil .r :.i',' lt.itiug p'e-
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the falling h ir anli -tantr-Jt i.' ew rowrtl. ituse
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couluh -t re.-la, e it. To-d-y I IULpliit of
M3IAlmour, Dri:__'i-t of tbis place'. twa of- t-s to
~:-ni t') fri.?ni wh.. i.e ri-d miine auld i-'quested
e 10to bit for ithe. (..]., Ma.or (,f Wal-
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2b the Public:
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true. It was given voluntarily, without rolieita-
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"ops, Bachn, Mlandrake and Dandelion.
"The OI-le't, Bett, m-it Renow--ned,
*and Valuable MIedicines in the World,
%and in addition contain all the best
&and most effective curative properties
'of all other bitters, being lthe greatest
'Liver Regulator, BLOOD PURIFE-
ER and life and health re.tcring agent
'on earth."
They Glhe New Life and Vigor to the
Aged and Infirm.
"To Clergymren, Lawyers, Literar
'*en, Ladl;e, and all tho-e %hose sed-
sentary ermploymenti caune irregulari-
'*tiesof the B3\-,od, Stomach, Bowels, or
Kidneys, or i% ho require an Appetizer,
'Tonic, and mild Stimulant. these Bit-
ters are invaluabi-. being highly cura-
'tive, toni:, and .[imielating, i.tbout
*being int-.:-\icating."
"No ,natt,-r '.hat your feelings cr
s:qmptoms are, or whLt the disease or
'ailment is, use Hop Bitters. Don't
aila until you are sic6::, but if you only
:(eel bad or miserable, use the Bitters
at once. It ma-y,- -a your life. Hun-
'dreds have been saved by s-. doing at
'sa trifinm ,oui."
Ask your ODruigist or Physician.
D. n.t utffr v.:ur-.elf (.r let your
'frin.., but'u- and urge them
0to uii H..p"
S"Remember, Hop Bitters ii no vile,
'drugged drunken nostrum, but the
'purest and best Medicine ever made,
and no p-rorso or family .should be with-
out it.





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"If you are =uffering fr.-'.- or health
'cr la'n,. -,iig on a L.ea s.ickness,
*take cheeri I f.r
Hop Bilter-s 'e.1ill Ct- ;,ou.
"If y.:.u are sirp u'r a;li.. -, ; you feel
a dek a .d .prr'.J, tiu.ut clearly
Hop B:leras' v.ii Revie. you.
t"If Ir-an, a ci,.i-er, a have over-
'taxed y' ..ur:elt 'e itn cour % ti-.ral du-
tics, cr a .M.:.lher, v,..rn .. %ith care
'and v crk,
Hop Billeri will Re'.Lre you.
"Tf ,cu ar.- a roman of buiirne-z orla-
'*t..rer 'ie.a.en: y the strain of your
evenr-day dies, c.r a man c-L letters,
'toiling cvter your midnight .-rk,
Hop Bilitter ill Strengthen you.
"If vou are suffering fiom oer eating
*or drinking, an) indi-crei: n c.r di-_ipa-
'tion, :.r are young. ad grow ing too tast,
'as is often the case,
Hop Bitters nill Relieve you.
*"If y-u are in the work-4hop, on the
'farm, at the de; I, a invhere, and feel
'that your -ystetn needs cleansing, ton-
ing, or stimulating, iUthout intoxicat-
Hop Bittersa Ia what you need.
SIf you are c.d, and your blood thin
'and impure, pilse feeble, your nerves
Sunsteady, and your fcultie.- enriing,
Hop Bitters mill glie you new Life andl
SHOP BITTERS is an elegant, heal-4
*thy, and r.fre-!,;r, flnticring for sick
'room drinks, im.ure uater, etc., en-
S'dering them hLrmless, ani sweetenin j
Sthe nrOLuth, andcleansinn the stomach.'r .

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used., iu r.. in-iblic s-i ,Is.
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cine.-y Deposit y.
January 1.-83

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