Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00069
 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00069
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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th "a te.$oo~ 'tle toc4..u. n in. abridge' of .
thfWeN $i.yy WuI''orth Loaigfiov. .-Notsince Sulmmer A arrangement.
th'i'deatb pf Oa 'inti uat friend Profesor .Agapsiz. --'
lss .r. 1.f.ellow .been .i robust health, the STEAifERS
dehit tfi h0esorhaYig. been-a great Hhqtk-Lo '/t -' R"

fW'4.He.i ti uleduing.ta tLe tj A( es.patC t
Lbig Tpd ," gt ,p..pai+'ei actionn, .Linigxentixe- Between Hamilton an'1 Ireland Ilami,
lyi n' hii'e:id a.Lu.4ink Oun attumay last he had (Calling at ..oaz I ... o -ierstet.)
a "viet'ttpc0k o0.VeDtito.. n Trdday .u.prang .. 'r.- -
hr#~9 ijp6o,,astudy. ,-u .aggrnated-4form, LJ i _t ? 1Ofm Ve(n.e.dayv 5thli
beem evjd ntt, t the .la,.usehoL -that, hs death. wIns.f....a un .f th.
nDe:i. Dtauingth ftyo'ouipdl evenihx x''IThurs- instn, and until fu-thiir notic. it is intend-
dibrhe talked t4 .gedt-t'ln'd peenmd to.hav., re'-e L to make 3 rounds tips dqily, as follows,
e<'e d ai prga-s.potc*oI.'of 'hi,.t s al bright au. viz.:-
cle.ifulT pitnp.i .. iat.- .ne aighth-w b-neam. HAMTLTON,
0 upoNSeu apd setpie-retless ad4 uineasy. L EAVES-) a.m., 11-15 a .m., 3-) p.m '
T'i morupg. e rpvived,- thou'h.id talk was ot a I .Ak rvEd-.11 ., -T p.m., 4 p.a. .
ran..i4 #4twe arntlbnxnwhat. jipoherent.. This V Ril -a. T'' "N "
conatlttaqa q.inue4 t^atjl .4]out an.hour before .- ...s'. ,I ^E.N ,SL"N..
con mu9 uatut. e'latt, triug, bu.t .Little laiu ARR 1. -i. ., 4-10 p.m.
appa 'tly. The.d.+otUi.t .e,.eme.uot-is,4e.'th.wts (Callingut.Boaj wr.ither rt mittgt. .
pdtiAtoti. Al.l t'he.ta uu.l was present. TIhi f-. On Mondayv, WedteNdy ani. Saturdayy the
n"r.l t $ 'el4{i,S r li r I.day, and it t i f .'ie wll. leave Pubilc Wbarf, -'omerset,
tlw de2ir&tof IH.. fasnt, that it .hlaI.be: striKtlv-.pr1L- a t a.m. ^ f-- r Hn_ lt, ("..i r '"t.)
S T n ,l .a'l "ei.ngot soyto ~tut Single Faro to or from Hamiltou-I-t.hc-lass.,
out C r.nhridtgr e at trh Io-'a GxiJ 12r.ine eId by uII ,|l.ith. i ; en ..I t t -" t k .
The resident -C.amubrul We re st. appui d,,f I 0'on 'laSS d. Rount.l ip tSieeo'l J I .
hb~,a9tf hy th .tolie-:.t his age., 75. upon theil re For further inili.hratio a apply to MR. II--
ultnm'-b46lIs, mdTolintefure suet theri were u- iLL on board.l of Sfearmer or to
meobus tokli's 'f Tnou iahig displayed from lrIivate s IN GT HA M. JR
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Pr OSPi T e ield, 1hur day April B.oatmen and &t.-- oB.e..-'a lo
By kind permission of Lit ... '- 'a '.e L arm, rahnf r
CROFTON, (.wm4pi.4 ,n. CHARLES E. CL AY, -arAt:t'atuhoise te e a
... S f .... : "y. and re&. of these I,4f"i ; ''e. 'Ca', W. '
'111 t lllI-fhii^a11M*t^t. .- -. rtbhe (Officers. and t5in -u -d6" ,
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MONDAY '17'* TCE.e / Ist April, :st
And TUESDAY, llth t, 1-2 ALL PERSONS- having : n s:" t the stae f a the late ....... 0 o t -e e t ;4'e- "
The Perform:hinces will coii 'eact veuig: AINTIN ar reqquested. tQ "'4 .i:iahrnel, lOetfe g,'AO.a anR S "ur
with tlhe delightful Farce, a thtir Accounts to the U derigned ill .tigtt
B.'BiUCKSTONE, ELsq. ebn or be'foe e ,bl l"nI ',en ed' i.-. -VeSs d, .-
-. .^H~f B ": -. .; *j i i l. .,.,* e. .d, k....i *..er pae- w liBi.. -. ,
- K lMS I T II an ai ,. ,and all Person, IpNDBBTED to the above Es- jto int-'a "ollli- witht ukehS tib't-. i&
a-- a -- e qeste'd to u.ake? Paymvjt .*',spam t tion.- ',e wit6",sp.i e thus..' ,
;To be followed- ly Sea-g- r -W.. ,luarkd by a r Qys" .t ilt .ex%
CFIEESBM who will'si -HQ 'M tL S, i .ad a parties ar'e warned, s$iini s qneB n3.
Latest and Neiwest c- &D. PtIG, he reserved 1ac.
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TIE- LAMSON CASE. ---- Hamilton, March ti, 2. ..
Andirotk MiserLe f stayfor.titles of which see SmaIla~gramm-.. .-Hiton, ...M ,, o... ,-s.-
eyeWiioM inuthL caseonc-aut- until tte ti.ende 6f ll depeludent Oderl of .
insanity prepared he re.Lob..ne. Lntheo penden 1 Order of After which will be p.rforma4 the highly I
rent at Wnshitu-n hasdue about all that it can -OO 1 'l.maitQllns. popular Drama, in 2 Ae-t-S U-H. T.
dofu behalf,n tptie ,-,rtunate prisQner-soWEtoed T CRAVEN, Esqr., tif P LPIOTOGRAPlIS of His Ekelelio-
t o4m x e + ,t.ed ,,x t "fed, .a -(.. A s f h ,. ,'rew o w ll T ] e M efil b e r s. O- I o T I'
pAakbe~i tg acaiae t.of cortt- LeNao7i11d- f IQ I' MEG'S DI VE tJ ON. cy the Late. Govei-nor,
y wu itis ey4 tA gi ve.th'. -t de~. f t r lea S t George's,. intend (D.V.) forming astreet1y, t.o.
e T .r;: oF p p 1... +..,4, s.int fr1 Si Robert ML Laf-
utpa'th"argimh c0s t.wog vernent. The'ui -' TP L- (D (f. , 2- It ") Ii C"orrox and OFF IuBSa of. 'theaS ir tJo Le
at r'.re to ,pbrotaut edn. .pr U SAID TOIVN, STR.ING BAnd, under the c,&ia rship of Mr.
at'bhe'trkIl. itis'orthec-.ou'rtsthere tos.iy wheIter I ,'rr T ITJ-T' -^ l "V R. Brown, wilL.pen.orieach o. ning. T b o a t .I
ttri.eis u_.nt toraTatr trial r "N- & U_. D LA Y U A__1 --- r To be obtained at the PhotographioGallery of
wlIthete'the tial atadv' haa in strict .-quformt.y I.. .. I ..i, "-& PRICE' OF AD-I.N. ] J. F. DIARRELL & SON.
wtilEhMiihlda t,+'tGbir decision shall be-aganstia .1h Apri, IS . ; G 1'0
the prisoner there nolel x, , npttotie p'irdon- The Order will proceed to St. Peter's ,'b reh Reserved Seats' Front Seat-; Gallery I .J LSO,
ing- Dtnt..a But.evider.me of .insanity adversely where DIVINE SERVICE will be held by *the o oe a- ..--' ,'oa-.8. Sl l10 e. o f the Fune-ral.
.pa .the C.' t,: ,uA.ti -or- ier' Rev. F. J. F. Llghtbuip, flector, .and tr D ois open at IS. o f enc at8. April 3, 1 2.
triil'" yT? co,:)itde e,:.? by -h overaq ut thence -to the % o I Dl wh -e I f i Carriage at -.t; ; ----1 ,"'
athe -&i mahbren 'mor a clunuml-tiLn. of &tite Addre wll'bb tdeiivei'ed bv Aj ir Mi ResoR d .eatB, .ietrort way Ot6ingid at -'
de ae senteee. -tRot th i iafae a the w ba-s of the Order the Officers' Mess, Roal IhRi.es, Prospe, i
ain Mrij s.rttilde itrt hl e rnbed ter Ldges an sojoui'..g B'etlr. and at the S rtationert tore adjoining thethe p .WIw byo) BroatWQodha.s
States will have unop further authority in tie matter, throughout the Islands are cordially invited to Royal Gazette Otfie.' a i e n bolted for the ,rI(tie.-ric e 51.
In.ii talhl~ good offices to seou- .a fair conpsideri- take. .art in the ceremouie. of the day. Presilrnt, Captain L, Seby-Smith h t- .
tfiof',ot'nh prisouer's petition this government will :Procession will be formed at 11 sharp. nager, Sergt. P. Ferry.; .Stage Manager, Amr. AL-SO,f
haxhaused its rights and its poweris.--l.-w A Collection will be taken up for the benefit Sergt. J. Mason ; re'urer, Paymaster Serg. The well-known Hnter and
YoRre -, f r.h .. of the Lodge. H. More. ___ | ". Charger
*. ..A. FENI"N-URDR Ai Enter'tainment wilbe given at the Town GOD SAV'E TH I' QUEEN! %JKnigt of St. George,"
Dtiraw, Mardh '8.-A third Fenian as9asimation Hall in the Evening, I'ors open at 7 o'clock. ."- Pl I C 35.
.within the oth has testified the consternation Etrtmt to ic at 0 O n-
of offiahl ~irele -i anDublin.Drt ttatwer:hii.h. lodienapeDrslt streeim ishere 'Etertainm1m'l1y to tim.ee IT,, RI.- ,, and COACH AN,,
thei-murarer occdrredi'.I 'a ntoeriou Feni neigh-. Admissi n I/. Children alfin pice. ,. Mutnt Langton.
boariod. .-Three maesteMahon,- Martin. and The ALEXANDRIA BAND will be in attend HAM I LTON. April .1 i.'2.
Brophy-,.abisered.a.tavern-anl d-'efit d to a private, ance. "_ -- "
room. behind the 'biar Shortly afterward a shot I ly Order, -. "
tstraihea. Moa. nyhorna thenoruti through NATHANrEL GAIRDiNER, The Hamilton. Amateur WVanted.
the bearietr yTWspe:1a towe lIaded revolters on thu- Secretar -
-flo paywith..tei ba-,.4ds'charged. Onflie-table 'St. George, Marohn20, 1889.-I 3p. 2 Ip. nt1 l m itl
therea e eight ._tdres. .Brophy exclaihued, .. -------- -.- i Will-Perform on the .veuings of \V Wanted inme, i.1te y,
o les.' ati,.ogysterially, said that I o G S. MONDAY AM9 TUE8AY, A FS C, LS
the whole t ac .cident. .Inbomu.u- o u 4MT i
M rUfa'"taier te'r,.ie found riflels,ad anu anu HAMILTON. The 24th and 25th April, 1.S2, a h. t
Yotrnk 'L'herare edv to the-trail'oftteoa'g.i a .H.. i T lber Cmed Im Atl e i Apply',o .,
Fna h g boldly cot e- Phlantl'Op c Lodge Gilberts Comedy (i 3 Actsenitleo. DICKINSON.
vohtat% ,i,, "this city,' Fou l.ti- .A T,, .r O.L.DN
vonarnt h-e fl ehin bwe bgvat Dubl aa-je ,oucGD No. 1iT amion, April 3, IS'QU
taiqr two brothers -o one o theag.so. that they have chartei:-d the niw..and elegent ThV Pr'formance will conc.ltde on the first B 1 A. t
altis tated..hat the. pole orice STEAM evening with Becher's'Farce entitled .
i tuyo" MOONDYNE," 'In the Wrong House, Merchadis Broker and Man,:ac-
ad anoyi~~o~e'taree te wDIPhr iFiFs f, No. 6, Duke Street.. u teI Aget e,
teo. T he .e tne d N^ri h, Mart in. .; heL a dB the D Wi ll bei,'tt ndH AM; 1 p" ,123 Cham bers Str e,,
whrele convey their Memberandasenger And on the second Ev ing with ,Morton's P. O. Box 2726. .- -
e].wr .a.Te-.tB. ? i ,ST. GERGES, o.tiC4 Special attention paid to
lo^,air4E'eRE.-.The ark:si-,tbBt.oni E'OBGES. ON A D .. -Bernmuda SDhipments.
pCod ith as t4.rie,,tc..---The ark.Sid4n a Bostonn t" e o r" y182.13p.' 2

.from e. a.s, re 4..0,1t one. -,. l 16, lA On ZHL BSDA Y the By kind peni,., of .onel OCofton the,o
'^tf* r t'tfely I^S$ fi-oug large quantities of Band of the JRoyvl Irish- iltes will perform New Y ork, Match 22nd,4.t82.-tl.
dead codfish floating upon. te surfaceof the water. w *.'3th April, Instant; each.evenin lIp o M 2dS2.--
The-fiAsh- ere'se andier i-adaw on..bpth leadingg .. amilton.:.au ocloek oall-ing at oo. o30 PThefoi2a4te to. con-5. t Ar 18`52
Tides o .ie. 9t ', as o IA,W-,ah. Public Wharf, Somerset, at S-30U thence to coin o
The baR#etideity t'arnet, friBueoBt~ees, leave for.St. GOges at 8'4,. On' return Trip ene a '


aie ttiladIeJa. IutafmCl otKee sN'arv's Boot a.ni Shoe Slote, Hamilton, and frnom i. "i,
aal tA M t de" a utt iin w,t .H. M yoR, Somners t, atmd- front the t lanilton, Aprill, 1882. a.r lartikulArs ieI ply .
Thl'odyne.of te. neTt.aI'&in ate lidid-sreioil T Coi mn it te on bhe--Bot oriT UtSDAY ths -DAEs
bluefishmore thanthat of a codflh.t A s1iastei '13thistaait. DelieiOUs p o -
fiah, resemtiig cod. sz, b t se -a haaA- I t 'aT'-' -i.'' je.lJJ -i'L... -- rCup--Ilarnil^ tqi 'i ,V Nan'r] 29
like a waThigW scales oB t.etr irdee, ad tAw Tera.Aem.;-
weighi g r" '- t t B "O s. q, e B EN J, 3. .LL LA rT H E Undersigned h vd accep t..e the ap-, UN o Vl ce ,. .. .
of heraonsiderablt euan. *. Comnitte. poinitmet a SOLE iNT 'for Berm- .,
tityon deck, on, Mt i ,o ot4iamd bop ed, [{anmilfori, A-p-it 4, 1S8-.-- da for th iSal B." of 'TEA i"fO.,the -Q -. ."n

Theofain is that theh- W"H LEShEICO PAsSlION MEHNWTSS COnpU -r .. ... i cr H:rfle ,
.. An Wlic ,will enable himto p6e n Teasinto this 'P 0 .V.o22.'*-f

fcolm as, IN in eU AIYee edGE'ot-PDLESt Market for sale, so -lA"s tihatkedef9y $Fani i'o yrson destrof v tr onn
theol rwat.ra'+^M .hL'h fo1ud tbo':e n o 4 ''' might enjoy a part of tgea luxre : thi'e-for .w-mo
anyrthat a .ert., March m--u, ,IcsA i,; s ,p a- s t YiVTawt. GQeorges 21sMarca oi t rea, M n ",,.' '
24 i ,. .. d..wi at ll ..- Ha ton, Apri.4t , : -.
Advises from- Sierra, j e,-e'say it is believed liur a~tady-d- rccehierant fi f .c;a-rd: C coansi-'nla N.Bt-A'few 'tddieh andilO lbS.-e'achldw --
that the Goe'rnor haa'deided to ,send three menn- Ieit;oli -i.'r4arelee. .Hihest Ntlarket, rate- willl on Sale.- A, J'R'. '"r 4. I :
o f -,'W a1 7, ill ib di l ., o aA- I e 6 l',t he'U l a t- t e i ,e a -ti4e a d -; : .- .... .. '-T ""' ..... .
treatment of British suaili -o- Wilr.-al.o pwrchte, Prtiduce fur tie Cash .r b t' i tr it '"c 3 to 40 0-0 W eig1l of
In the..fik*iB lb.a4 sebta1 ya .'6Ih tao'ti :I' o* t$I,,ih+u:tio h& 4iastf:l": ous'" "' '- '- "t ,. f'lU "T .4.L d t '-
ofia _mngthe i. ,-A.LOiNZO PExISTON,, .-1 --&, -,. D A &T.-.M
Bahto andto appoint a mission to investing sate -' .- ) ee iat o Stoe 'of 't. CtUNY EItS. A .pItat aFic.t.Olt -. .. o ftd -a A plof dftl eWt O i
the grievanoeof theo1epia1BURsul.' '. -" 'Hiamilton, April 4Vti; -' 3 -. l familton, March 2Jlt, S8.'' '"' '* arch 21, 182. -


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To a reliable and strictly .*ommission HotrA
oandb so: ly ,applying to tkeUndereie-d,
who m\ill rendex.ahy assistane qeded.,
Prompt sales and remitti~koeSinka. *' '

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vit the Cait;fI Dry Good Stare,
from 'Londho i-i4 Sew yotk,
& FULl IA.IN .OF'
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Suirible for toe coming Se&ion. Consisting ,in
par f: ..
' A DI. VIS Dres ."'i'E iIL,
S .o. CGALOVE LAC'.; Mi. rs.
-'RIl.LINGS L.ACI P tA l WEI.o,
I F'l-ArlI EIS ItI.i')',.S. &c., &c., &c.
.Mi's Furnishling Goods.


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Boots and S.~loes, .-C- okeryk ...-
Ulasware, ''Toy .* ti.iiuons, &" '.,'i; .,'d.
G EO. W. WEST.
M.irh 271h, IRS.--3 ti-me e.

NEW GOODSS
AT THE P AGET M.ILL. ERY.'-

JUST,-OPENTE),:"-
A good-selection of Millinery':a$4:
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WEEKLY REPORT ( W RERL "- ae-reqteddto make known to Li.n-
GibIR,' Bill Light Statjpn at' dIdab0tw-een:the M .oL top'ri friends, that shewi.l be" AT HOME .
-.:l nl th April -. ~h~~4ft abhov.the" iea onatihrAy'-AprilU5thand 22iad, and-on Thurt--
where til Hneis.p i r. T f fet. d246 dky. Apfi 2'71n and May 4th and 11th, from 3'30
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ENTERED.
April 4t--vil Stramer Bermn da,
Mtailb aud. g-u'r.al tI.:-Atge
8-Brigt Stary Clark, Stahl, I
o8.4 tQs i.,, to Jd B. Stahl & Co
10'--Mall Steamer Ourinoco, Fra
-ails'al, general ear'o.-Age
CLEARED.
Apvil 6-.-aiI Steamer Bermuda,
8a6 111ji. potatoes, 7,79 tI boxesvi
,s. and 28. crates toruat>:es, 1
cr(qtei vegetables, .1 1ht whaleb<
CVTSTOM HOUSE-ST. O]
EVTEPED.
April 10-Bark Eliza Bairsi, H
L'tttl, &c., to Trott & Cox.
PABSflHNEB
In the Mfail Steamer Oru/:o) on
New York :-Hou.Chi f Justice F
Fthloret, Major' H. G-aridner an
Rev. J. E. Wright, Rer. C. B
Smith, D.P., Dr .Jmnies Paul, Ca
A..Ptersen, Mr. and Afri. D. A.
and*'Mrs. T. J. Outerbridge, Mr.
good and child, Mr. and Mrs.
New-puort,. .~rFrs. S. Stedimau,
George 't. B Graeu tt, George S. (
gorniry, Jorli R Monttinery, E
Jolhson, H Harvey, William Pe
lingtou, C. F. (.'i e, Atkinsp,
-Cai pb ., -F. H, Lewi, ,1W. Petit
W. digtou, LU. F Corcon, W
E. Stilwell, M. Nicol, F. W. J
Potter.
In the S.-S. Berrnlita from Neo
day list:--Mr. and Mrs. A. Whi
Evrett. A-,ond t'ait,,.Ma's. Cloun
T-' th.:-.. 8. BBtrn.ida for New
it st:---Mr. and Mrs. Ranshaw, M:
Pre.li, Meae:rs. H. C. Outerbrid
Pitt.
Ship Cr:iter:o. hence at New Yo
The S s.. i.htt.'. up at Noew
to leareou l12th inutant.
The S. S. Fnahrmbr.'.eigh is repo
St. K.itt-tfor New Yurkj.n'3rd in.
Q1, The Schooner Mrteor, Ca
leavet on Saturdaiy next, for Ba
direct. [See Advet-rtismet;] .
Mail,Steamier- B ia, Shaw, hen,?
inusrat,.
The Schr. Covk Blvdcwl, clear
March -'5tfh, for Permuida, by Mid
did uc.t leave Stnd y Hook, owing
until otb ,' n onu followngwa mo
20 oilAes E. by N.wt'Baruegate wa
Bii (at", t'., f'omn Cur!ta,:, for N
ing' away bowspliit, jibboomn,-'foe
main chin plat-;, ringing and 2
bulwarks, btaaahiutn, &e.. also for
,-tove deck lqaid-kero-ene oil an
day at-.5a.n.. 'was taken in tow
Ki'Lur from Philadelphia for Port
bacit to-New Y.>i c. Th,l ,.', "B.'r
ou 6th iust., aud would rhsiumc he
10 days.
The Ga-fB disInI,'/. was loading
Bermuda., to ail MAir'ch 25.
Barqne Bvr:Athers," Eldridge, I
N.B., 20th Mar.:h.
H.M.S. W',. was to leave Eugle
instant fi.r B -rnaudp. She bring
of bhipwriu'l43, 4.5 hipwrikhts andu
to be erqpl.:ve:l in sheathing the b,
.t'1',/,4, as'-ie Gll l the material for
ve-lt. .The ei,':e', s ,ian iron
also brings out. 4 fitters .and 2- 1
makc-g._-olef.ct.s of H. M. S. Sec
lug ian itf saitimajseas fo.-r Royal
uie- just in: lided.. .
The bottom of the i-tit is sai
ered witih r-cral :fo'rtali.'n ; 'the w
isT bielt-ed wil t ud'lQre tly'to pre
H M S. Tenr./- aad, f'hn;, to
left Jarnaica ,xi the }st Aptil -ai
muda onhii thi ti..
Ti 1,fpllrmwigg. SLpij ace qexpe
week :--OJ'irte'., 1y, Gi7'on,, F


April \
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( lg We are requested to state with re-ferenee to
SthLe nlttice in our last issue, that Mns. GORppoN will
General Remarks. 'be fipy't6 see iher friends Ar CrrroN bu 6We -`.
day,., the 12th aud 26,th from 4 to 6-31,1. instead of
on Friday the 14t.h and 28th as previously stated.
Wine I BERMunDA HUrN.r CLr..-The Hurr will meet at
Fine the Yacht Clh., Hamilton, on Satur-lay April 15th
FiLie at 3 p.m,., and finish atClareneo, Hill.
Fine WV. C. Hu.sey, Hon., See.
Fine April 10.
Tihick,eloudy,,how --
[ior rain LAW REPORT.
S PBRfNCH E. -....
COURT -. f...GENRAL ASSIZE.,-EASTER
TERM, 1882.
07 zrti. -
__ CRIMLY-A L SESSOt)S.&
i I 882.O (C6rnltined.)
TH APRIL, 182.
LLTrON. Charles Henry Hilgrove Robinson, who was found
guilty on the precedinugday for an assault oecasion-
Owen, New Yrk ig.autual bodily harm, was sentenced to eig-hteen
OwenTrotw & Cork. moth intprisownent with hard labour. The as-.
rotuts, i ix. sault w a .a must brutal one, and made under eir-
Friendship, Main; cumstau.ces whioh renkdered a slight sentence iui-
).ser, New York po-ible.
er, New York: oEdwin Thomas Tucker pleaded ,.t g,.iUl to an
uts Trott & Cux. ndi-.tie.nt charging him with stealing poultry
Own, New Yo from Mrs. (',-t-u'sat Stonehavn-u on 27th Deeoiu-
Owen, New1 York; her last. He was tried and found ailt ad, there
40ers, 10,265ates beetbo- being four previous conviction, against hint, was
40 crates beets, senten,ed to twelve- calendar in.:uths' imprisonment
one. in St. TGeorL-e's (Gaol with hard labour.
EOR-ES. R. D. Darrell, Esquire, moved that an aUppeal
from the decision of certain Magistrates under the
611is, New York; Liquor License Act, 18S0, might be set down for
hearing on Saturday conditionally ou the criminal
busiuns.s being then finished.
.Sunday last from Chief Justice, Let it be so.
Fatheren and Mrs. Florence Louisa June Williams was arraigned
ad Mrs. Gardner, on an Indictment changing her with wounding
O'Reilly. J. WV. Eleanor Jane Pacikwuod with intent t.o dio her soieu
1pt. Rinserd, Capt. grievout hibdily harm. The prisoner ple.tded i,,
Anrmstroug, Mr. guilty, and atter a tri.d which lasted thu whole
and Mrs. A. Win- afternoon was ucqt',i-rd and discharged.
H. Cassidy, Miss 5Tn APRIL, 1882.
H. Cas-idy, Jr., Autonio Domingo Ferida, a Portuu-ense, was in-
"ox, R. M. Mont- dieted for a felonious assault on a girl under the
. P. Cutler, H. H. age >if twelve years. The prisoner not understand-
a.i:k. J. C. Wat- ing Eunglish an interpreter was sworn and the In-
F. W. Prudden,L- dictrent interpreted. The prisoner pleaded not
t, H. C. Place, L. guilty.
. H. Webster, W. At the request of the Court, R. D. Darrell, Es-
Potter, and L. S. quire, Solicitor Genc-ral, defended the prisoner.
The offence wias alleged in the Indictment to
w York, on Tues- have been committed on 21st February ISSI. The
itnev and Mr. H. evidence of the first witness referred to its having
ghton. takcu place on 21st February 1382. It then ap-
York, on Friday peared that the year in the Indictment had been
[rs. Rae, Captain wrongly stated by mistake, and after some discus-
ge and John T. sion as to the propriety of aiwnidnq the Indi- t-
ment, the Attorney General entered a nvule proeyt..fi,
rk on lst instant, and sent a new Bill to the Grand Jury, which being
found a True Bill, the ccase was recoitumenctd, the
York for Bermuuda iuterpret-tcr biing again sworn and the prisoner art.
raigned on the new indictment.
rted to have left Thle details of the ease aro unfit for publication,
staut. but the trial ended by the prisoner being convicted
ptain Duunconbe, of au assault, and lie was remanded to prison.
irbado,, to return 6TH APart, 1882.
Antonio Domingo Ferida was sentenced to twelve
e at Halifax 4th calendar months imprisonment with hard labour.
The Court adjourned over Good Friday until
d at Nw York, Saturday at. 10 a. nm.
Idleto & Co., but APRIL, 182.
aton adrs winC b There being no further business br-fore the Court
ruing at 2 o'clock requiring a jury, the jurors were dischaigei. until
i coi i on with Monday 17th April instant.
s in olliion vh The Solicitor General moved that a conviction of
Stopmorst, carry-e and the Justices of the Peaco of Devonshire Parish
0) feet poet rail, against HemT Thomas Swan for selling liquor on
resatl and jibs and Sunday should be quashed on the grounIls 1) that
id vitriol, Sanme he was not guilty an-d 2) that the conviction was
by steamer Pe against tlhi e dlenre.
landby steamerought Mr: Darrell made -the application on an affidavit
l'dn wp's rpairiug of the appellant shewing that all the provisions of
r voyage in about the Act hmad been complied with, necessary to eoutitle
him to prosecute his appeal, but stated that the
Magistrates, although notified that the case would
at Liverpool for be heard to-day, had not .sent ip the uouviction or
proceedings.
hence at St. John, After considerable discussionn the Court held that
they could not taki any step in the matter until
the conviction and proceedings were before them,
and about the lst and granted a rule requiring the Justies to bring"
s a, leading mau up the.conviction and proceedings on Tuesday next
I skilled laborers at u n. In., when the appeall will be heard.
ot.orn of H.M.S. William Hasty and William C'lark, the twq
' the work to said. mates of the Abby Bacop," aud James Benjamin
ve-siel. The J'ye Kennedy, were discharged on proclamation.
boiler nikikers to The Court adjourned to Tuesday ntxt (to-dayi at
r'ion and'-a lead- 10 a. m.
Naval Yaid, for In 'additidu to the' case. above mentioned Bills
were laid before the Grand Jury in the. following
id to be well cov-. cases, but were not found.
oodA shlathing it R. v. Arthur Wellesley Card. Felonious assault
ierv6 her bottom. on girl under 12 years of age.
owg the U'rent, IR. v. George Oakley, Receiving Stolen Goods.
Arrived at; Ber- R. v. William Cg.irk. Shooting with intent to
murder.
ctead during tjh R. v. William Hasty. Attempting to shoot with
ced durig intent to murder.
ire idsi


ihairch f-mnid: :..'.
Per Rev. Bruce 3Mackta :
Offertory, St. James:' Church, Somers
Do. St. An'rffJ;iurch, Port RoB
HJU. J.. IJ.lf'Trt-y
Per Rev. F. Lightlouru :
Offertories, St. t-Geoas Churih fi
January 1, '," to Easter Day inclui
Yours faithfully,
W. R. HIGINBO
St. Georges, Easber monday, 18S2.

To tht Eitur of the Beriud R..
Snr.,-!H. M. Ship "Urgent" hasI
up froin Jamaica fr the avowed purp
thoroughly cleaned ,apd renovated
Do-k at the Naval Yard. It is rep
gang of full-blooded Englishmen, imih
purpose, are to,perform the work di
pro.eching stnumer. It is not denied; I
that her officers and crow have sunffe
from yellow fever, in more than 'one oc
this Shlp has been.stationed at Jau
such circumstances is it not possible (
bablei that the germs of that dre.wled
still linger in parts whioh cannot usual
ed, and when .f4irred. p, iii suitable'
spring with fatal energy.- Would
even now be heard i-n. fe proper qua
trying So dangerous aii experiment?
Imrmunity from tilr scourge for
may be attributed i, a great measure
cautions used, few who are old euoug
the scenes which we hive witnessed, ai
such painful experience. can view the
'of the proposed work, in our midst, a
son, with anything 4lut the most serious
You.'s, an-xiously,
- 1.fth A il.; 188. I .


2 corporals, I buglr, and 1 gunners, R..L We are req uested toremind. the Church Ves-
.i"barked ion"th -_-, on .th tMar-chp trie-i in the several Parilihes, thait 'Lie pe,'iod for 'The Poet Long,,ljijv-is dead. Part.
for passnggto tip .iWhe Northl Ameia Statton. which L. R e .s r msPot .. S. i demi .se P, t Longfeist t' fir a
APPWro r~ -MSr... Henry Re-.adl to IH. M.S. elected, terminates at Easini this year. It becomes ads The London, "ns 'says: -"
Tterovie ttleton necessa-y for tLem.- therefore, to elect seie peiori Lontfellow death t e read with d
t ,--.--a. qualified tjd.fl.- this- office, not neuessarvil one of wherever the Englis language is
.PRi.Es op BErir,.A PROt= in ffiMe New Yotk their vwn tru-anber, within twenxti jt a after Easter. death of nalite.rxj li-ishman coulc
Market e*-$tn-it.stnut :-- Should any Vetry fail to do this, there cannot genuine sorrow th4mt of the nuch-
? uotatu+.i-se ,baeIt.' *, ... ba.b eA6lettion for thisjpurpose until the following of 'EvangelinfY ,Se will be no ni
Onio, ^prthx'.......'... '0' Eteor;: so that,' for a year, that Parish woulI be lamented in Aneriot'hbn in this coun
;Tt .p bx....,..-50, to 73 without a 4Spresentative m tIfe'ynod. I Sqt.rd.ay .a says:-"The sy
".. "sincerity, founnlriun I fllo~w's works
0 It will bs.-tig-e4v e 'ence,to our adver. Mr. Corneu J. Vanderbilt brother of 'iH hitelf."t 11a remember the kind
tUsing clAiumns, .d.g,.t.w. lay, ttht the House.- Vanderbilt, committed suicide by shooting himself aptly.described as the poet laureate
hold eoots, &,o.. 2_etse1 Gqyoeror,- are to be through the head, at Gleuham Hotel, New. York,. to younger writers. ;. His works a
sold at M unt L.ngtop,-pn the 21st instant.;. as on 2ud April. The motive for the act, given by his monument." -
the l.jfld' 4c0y ef,'4. advertiad ias In friends, was ;thktit-as thb result of mental de- t- E fliak1i,_ df'Plantation
tdad ise ati e it can be nolonger Pr- ra rnmeit'biou-ght O by ara of sufering from -. We&Bank of the Ahaica Creek,
has'ldt atnrsitr -- *epileptic fits.. His final aairs were ito be
-eileptic fits. rois neit. n-r -obe colonist of nearly 18 ears staniding,d
AT. 'T .at .n the mst promlowisin coe low fever on his estaton the 27th Feb
Au'rtoa r Dramnw, a intend gvig anoherper- Professor Spencer- F. Baird Specretary of the The'announcemel wias made it t
ri ,ta, onflayiTe- Smithani'titte, Wahin saysthat the Policy, Diem.rara, the 2nd uthin
dary ,followUn, h.a rgg$ frit, hi;r last endeav- fsh eo, ntlyfound logi dea '.sn' iht sul face ofTr (
ours, it nsho.l -hp fhe-nc,-rk. The feat'of the the" se at- ,luu .tile. o., 1..a' Suluth.asterly appointed Governor offhat Colony.
rS- mA--Q g' = 8l,, 'Anl n-- direction ft Bawegat Light byeveraL, -ptaiun Of 310 passengers a vessel from,
u.re 1- p hIm vee- oy of vestels-is known as the Tile, its scienatltc-narts for the Island ot Aegua, only 28 r
pen,.q aih$ Wy. .W .wph.tis aenerge- beinar la,,plati-fg ch.aselhtont The comnision shore ; 28 having diAedutring tle pass
tic costa it -i'ouse found this fish tb hbe one ofat e meot abudaint in immediately hffer arA and 0' had
Yiea e rjUl n wfpEasfo dbfl'er. 'the Royal rish the a o rig jor oe -thoa.les along the to the. Hoital, wha'san died.
-omngadastrNof$.-the oea. Ir.sh western ed.ge of tbeQ Gulf Streai,. in water frqm. ---K C't\ **
Rifles un der command of .,Lt.- oel R. C. rseety-five fathms upward, and in temperaitn REES' OwG I on sale at
SCrofltj.in-l. tWar k. ; for t pur- fro forty to fifty deges. He sugges etl w 'pisso Lightbburn's, Ha i ,-s'said, th
pore orf aitg a ali tyct We feare thea the ly the fish ay have been killed mechaniclly By tied it, to be aU At ofrssef.toebe,
p.allanst R.1. 'u l. aplnth t11 du g athe- the m.tion of the waves: Ainother g.sigsation is tain preventive and of .dqestion, d
e ast q Iu in nthat" nfellduring the that thffnrmortality lha-aeen due to the earthquake all fornn4ifuploriWA!p ses. "ItsoIan
a.ft.,rgopigbt he mii]dnjoynnt. intuence. At any rate he rpgads the problem as fruits, flowers, leave arks, roots, ae
L'bt W eirev- yent t; SOth i quite an interestings-ie. some of nature's gen blessings,.the
Iiu v-t%7 i e Q the 20th Company, 'e bei-ng cond tcivo to gpslth and Lo4g2m
R.Egve'1 ,$4 Q^Nrflleparty before leaving *'
Pro BrA frk for Musl~try inustri~- s of aprtments in Hampton Couit-Palace A lrgepop-of b r of a whale am
tion. We are lf4i'Tnedthat the Theatre wa-s most has b0n offelied.by.H li Majesty- the widow of.large.fftaLof abqit, S t broad and .Io
a d. y si_ e-ovcasion, and the par. the late Inspeetor,General IN T. Domyille, 0, B., to the shwa'e pi. Poi d on Fridod
.t-r 0 ... M2 RRa -t. he late 1. T. -o. r. .i-t




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A FATAL COLISION. BERTH, ar-t-Eia'teih-FPaiwayr.-- ---
AFATAL.COLLISION. Chester, Mar.-h 12th, the WIFE of S. It Win'ter
set 2 2 0 The Royal Mail steamnir Douro, froi Brazil Esqr., D.A.C.G., of a DAiiOATER
yal 0 13; 0 collided with the Spanish steamer Yrurao Bit. from ....... rle N York, o 1th arh, the
3 1 t. Liverpool, Iroum Porto Rico, off Cape Fiunisterre WtiE of Dr. F. HIe. McDonald, of a So h .x. .
night of 1st inst., and both vessels sanaL Sev- -'_
'out enteen of the crew of the Douro and sixty-saven of MARRTED,-RiN3-SiewL&R-Mai-ch 21, atSt.,
Riv. 1! 18 0 the Yrurac Bat have'been landed at this port from Jartes's Cliuri-h, Belfast, bI theRev. John Bistow .
the Wilson Line stealer idalgo. M.A., assisted by the Rev.T. B. Bru-ksMA,,-
The Douro had on board 53,001 in specie. It Ri.r M.D., Surgeon Armv MediB.al Do pant,
)THAN, is kiown that the captain, four officers, the first t, MRIGARET FITZGERLD, Dagtthter.o'f Dep'ty
;',,a,,,-, and second engineers and four passengers are Surgeon-General James Sinelair, .D., Principal
am#nlg the drowned. Dor Medical Officer, Aldershot Diviion.-=frlifaut ,-r.
Thirty-two persons are missing rom the Douro ewi /cer, A.de o0Di0i2ion.-- (
al Garetle. and nineteen from the Yrurac Bat. The names of Ii ,dte-, Map-,.;22.
whoweeavdre .........., onTuesda'y, March 2Sth.instsat, by-the -
been brought the twenty-four passengers who were saved are Rvd. Dr. MoSore, Bank treatt Church, AtPa A a
pose of being published. i WIVNooD, Esq.. of .Hamilton, Bermuda, to 8riss
in the great A".i eld
ported that a In the criminal branch of the United States Cir. Arr MORaSON, eldest daughter of the-,lkte
ioited for the cuit Court, New York, on 30th March, Andrew Winm. Morrison, Esq., Ottawan.-rOtua Daily Ci,.
urin- th- ap- Craig, convicted of taking on board the steamship :-va, ,',i. 1 30th.
I understand, Saratoga a quantity of gunpowder not being pro- -"."" "
-red severely perly inarked, was yesterday sentenced to eighteen DIED, in Pembr6ke Parish, on Sunday the 2rid .
:asiou, while months' imprisonment in Auburn prison., of April, Mrs. ELIz.L Axx-JoTNEs, the beloved wife
naica; under The largest number of Italian emigrants ever of John A. Joyues, aged 33 years'; leaving' a be-
'perhaps pro- .brought to New Yotik on a single steamer arrived reaved husband, seven children and numerous rela-
disease may on 30th Maroh'on the Utopia. The Bothnia, from tives aud friends to mourn their sad losg;'
ly be cleans- Liverpool, and the Canada, from Havre, also ....... at St. George's on the 6th instant', of
temrperA:ture, brought large numbers of steerage passengers, consumption of the lungs after along, anidpainful
not a protest making the total arrivals for the day 1,771. illness, which she. bore 'with rhristian fortittid
carter against In the House of Assembly of Cape Town on 30th M.Ir CATHErInB, aged 12' years and 7' onthsl;
March it was unanimously resolved to permit the the beloved wife of John CQorheliit.- Bitonrje '
several years use of the Dutch language in the debates in the (Sehoolma-terl, leaving a husband, six sous,.thiree
e to the pre- Hom,. daughtersr, I brother and a large tiumber of, others
h can forget The farmers societies are now, say the Now York relatives and friends to deplore their loss. The de-
Ud none with The farmers' societies are now, say the New York ceased was universally respected by all -wtikneW
performance papers, busy discussing the virtues of various pota- her. e b a :-
t such a tea. toes. One farmer recently expressed his opinion _________
us dread, that the early rose is the first to -ripen, but he was "- .
defeated by a gentleman who proved that the early Situation TTn 'd -
NATIVE. Vermont is six minutes earlier. .,-
London World:-" It is a quarter of a century E BY J1 STEADY WHITE J1~ ''
since Thackeray addressed one of Charles Dickens' ,
young men' in that kindly tone of encouragement Who understands ihe Care of l6ites and Ui
iculars of his which he employed only on rare, and therefore willing to make himself gnerally uefu:. .
re Of this is. -
ahe -f precious, occasions. In what school,' asked he, Please apply at Roval 'adte."i..Ofl ,
epest regret did you learn your pure nervous-English style ?' ,amilton. A pri I, "188 -
epe regret The answer was characteristic:-- Among the cos- Hamilton. April 11"1882. '. ..
pokeu. The termongers of Shoreditchi, should think, for I T-. l"tlT r mn x
Sexcitemore have seen more of them than of anybody else.' I JN UO M ATIOVltN IS -..
loved author But still it is different. You use no long words.' T -L .. .. .......,n -
re sincerely For a good reason ; I should not be quite certain. -A L .,T '.':'" '
ry" what they meant or how to spell them.' "t' "
mplieityand D AWooD, D. T., March 29.-Crow Dog, re. RELATIVE to a"Panily iy4'
are part of oently convicted for the murder of Spotted Tail, R name of E'tINEiS, (oP(, .
nes of one was today sentenced to be hanged on May 11. Fleane, Heines, Heyies, Eya..&i Aftla h
re his best HEAVT RAINFA.LL it MISISPPI.-A Skeamboat' stant1ially the same), by the-.t.pnl;,
strange vo.yfge.-NATorEZ, Miss., Maroh 28.-About this GAMTTE, as sometlipgpl#ai g t ;
n O.x i 3 inches of rain fell here during Sunday and Mon. therefrom. ; ; ... : '
Daneraroa, day. About ten o'clock on Monday morning a .. Royal Gazete" Ofte;:A -t.xt8lA.': ',
.lied.of y tornado passed from the northwest, a mile north of ,, .- ,4,*... .
died of yel. the town, tearing off the roof ofabuilding, uproot- .
ruary. ing trees and .tearing, down fences.- Not much
he. Court of damage was done, as its path was narrow. The JL W9' .W.i.t. I. ,
to, that Sir river 1 47 feet 8 inches high and is stativoqry.. ..' Ineu'n, s sas '., 't
ad, had been Vadalia, La it.covered wilh.water to P Adepti -of v ,' ..
from thoee.to six feet. Nearly qll of the rensiots .- -', ,.-
Hong Kong of that town have reavped. to Notchez. Thq .- 3h' '-'
reached that er Minnie arrived- here yesterday morning with
sage, 2 died stook from the overftowed- district, having come.'
to be taken all the way from the Tenass River, a distance of '
twenty three miles, overland. This shows how ''' T'.
high the water is over C onin dia parish, 'when, a- w. -
Mr, Theo. J. steamboat can travel above the tagon. road, a sight- Vill Scsit fbi r.A'' ,
ose who have never witnessed before iii this :section.. qovern ; -. '. 'A t ,;
,i z.: acer- ment supplieS have'lately behn received A-i'dilia i t ATUiRT DA.Y N ext -
Tspral I, and for the sufferers -in -Zoneordia pitirh, .bat 'nbt ain ..
on.tent parts, sufficient quantities to relieve all those needing aidd, .. f 15ih-rr'tn, ,n ..-
id seeds, are and unless more are sent soQva great' sufering must -An wi t f ii ft'otr -'
ir pni-perties entail on those who had to abandon home and e vey .- 9,P .- A ,, -
ity. thing to sa.e their lives from the. flods. All,the x-U ... :-r. :.. .
bottom lands on the Mississippi side as' far firt '- A l-N.PaWsst r. IaA*et, omn'ButM i. I I .
Ssoqme other Adams are under water, and great dqstitrition pre- .- ''T-A' '-. -
Ong, dtifted rvails. Captain Lambert the Shetiff, and other pro- '.A-" "' -.r .. Y ,'-', '
y 1qst. The min.cn4 o4it p* of this couownty .arqmalci" qnuo trenous .."
.' ,efforts to obtain ilieef for.ithe iffgrt'y., ,. ,, Iamitou, April LO. A. -' ": ,;
4 .' ;-. '" '-


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.,, a- ".. ....;.. .
Tiu l'NBio ro0 Newroqrnf aad' and From the United States and Enroqpd. ..FREE. DE 'EI .,PROTECTION IN
".-'l. -"...-.... .crnul.-E:R 'O E.TECT. :o N I '- ;-"''TtE Y I TATE
Bis a i'ess on Goo ay evening at The Steamer "Bermuda," aptain Owen, arriv- :... "TA
'trii.. ,Chuiohl was a dissertation -nmuch excel- ed at her wharf in Hamilton on Tuesday morning SOME STARTLING IGURES.
fl.---much .x, 'STRTLING1IGUl.ES -
a-the notiady of t,'/ "fr /irmt, flast, having taken a pil t and being signalled 011' A Bulo ew Yrk, paper a4




_discover the sort afS'iou ,h n we all reqire. he1t March. 48'0 th 8 to i60'ltlWig fe lcdedidfrd' d o
Ia the morning of Good Fridiy the Bishop took The Mail Seeanerr Orinoco, Captain Fraser, under the protection system. A comparison between
the whole s-rvi.:e at Chiritit's Church, Devoihire, arrived at her wh l, in this Townp at noon on oun- the deeadeo 1850-60 and 1860o70 was--r yt ,
ad preached ripturaday, havin left her pier in New York at the u-.ual made, and was declared unfair, owiF r
pleto a chair of wondrous w orkmanship. Not the on te previous Frit. "We have waited with considerable patieniation
ing at St. Jhs Church, P broke the after. We indebted to Cpan Fras Mr. Purer othe census returns in owingla the wealth of the Unit .

noon dressed. In the day School children at T Dupot, find withr friend for es of New orkork the ree trade dcad 1850 to 1860 with te mprote.
The text of hi morning sermon wa from St. Luke The Imperial Parliament adjourned for t Ea- increase of wealth t he fre e trade de te wealth o the a
discover the sort Saviu? Hwe is not hereqr u. the st March.o B paed the oe of Co- 616,068 in 1860-aniatel"16h e i*pUT .' :
In the o resurrectionning of Good Friday the Bishcaryop took but thairee ofear the Irih-Amrio," Captan raiser, under the protection stem. pariso n between
the whole flrv uence at C the Trirityt's church, Devons o hire, arrive released at her whafro, in this n in at noun Su- th decades Sup ednt of n










ldy Hid own Dioine power worked the reurrtion. AhB et Pi t od A rl ...$115.91,753,893, -d we believe it is uual.to add
and preached. dayadeuate to theft purpos-ar pier in Nw York at th ual made, and was declared valuatir, owng the t r
Ou r ter Day the Bishop preach hed iruln the mor- hour on Thsayof Huntley and the great loss of property by the efmancipaurs tion
ing at St. Joha's Ohurch, Pembroke. In the after- I'Ve are indebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser or the slaves in tela-I"tter pero -' A o.p. o or
oton addressed the Sunday School chilrenitting at Tri- DpHumnt, and other friend for file of New ork the free trade decade, 185 to 1860 with the protect
eny Ch .:rch w-ed to re also preached in the even ppers up to the day of her r leav.. -a l standard worn on t tii ectlydiir to
The text of his thmor mng sermon wa fr agel St. Lk An eTh Imperial Parliament adjourned for the as- ir the free trade decade the wealth of the nati80
xxiv part h th th verses-" hy seek ye the ter holiday, o the 4th April.u grew from *7- $39400,000,00 780. ThSS in 1850, to $16,591mo-
living among the dead? vents this ot here, m:ut is Tahr.QLT blow itLL passed th thoe ofr ho- pa616068id o n 8ur national debtine it i a26 ea ccurte.
riseeded to n.prss the g vae s iportaw c to nman- A cmmitthe night of the 30th f arll, by a inis- 1870 the total wealth o f the United statess wa given
A of allthe rrat events n which or a tru whterial majority f 9. bee ordered by at $30.068,519,507. The seed valuati that dt
redemption, in the resurrection of Chri at we clearly Court but three oBech theo p ay within a fortight, real and personal property of ,with Unreaity incrteas.
discover the influence of the Trinity. Christ tooound uhaer its ju.ement for vo in Irelandll ed asilitie for produion o'ir wealth was ofnlysin
by His own Divine power worked the resurrection. .Polic Court, London, Apl nthr to9the au6d we b'ehee tt m uumi to add










Tahanslin u iisetrati n. At therBwqStreet of PreideCt Arthur thL British er190d 718r 93t In 1850 the population p of adhe
Means used adequate to the purpose-a g great trsnate on the ISth instant. o the ied a tiotond' the 'tru
earth ake-the alo. ie of the Lord rolling back the the arqLoo, April 4.-Thntle was surren ttes that luae each inhb itat $307 in 1850 and533in'186






tio to higher and a obler f an elevation the Bud of Trade s ordrd the elT These figures ow that under f ree trade the ivealt
above or the earthly and sitting upon it.c. Huson nal Copany not to proeedut wthrtr br of the cG. Mubatry increased muBalance Sheet han the rlpopu
Bitt. here we have the niuintre.tiou of angels in An extra police force has'been placed in the Town figures the Wealth of'tbe United-States in 1880.as,
keepingwith tappeti majesty f thcelestial loryn. Hall at ahester bMillause of aon u Fe- $39,40 lation000,000 while This sugivludesn b t Mlhall
weig a the curre isy of eet up this Easr in ter norn. nian throtaiin t blow it p during the buredr ho- paid on our that national debar o f 'it is as neaecion aeawe lot
ine,r tot at n atite readily harmonied, His Lords llhip liday., aR such figures an well b mae. These di 'fgurence inot
rivelyceded to iprss the vastly, buportae to maevern- A decrtmittee i has been formed to collect the divorce ow that darinorthe rapited incryearse of popreeulrade urin
kinom thing higher, resurrection,whih all, fr a thorough whih Mr. Bradlaurd gh t Hs bee: ordered by the of the nation increased 126a duri ent., d t hreetrade de-
c hangu in us, a resnrreitiu froinm a de.p'ou,liunx Court of Qu,n.eu',, Bench to pay within a fortnight, ing the ten years of prote.etion,-wizh greatly increas-'.
Chrisery to the w mayjesti lifeook down even surround:db The repit jult maidet for voting illegally ed facilities fo prod50 t ion, or popuwealation increa-
byover whangelic w his tri phe. throuhAt the requet of Pre-,laident rthur the Briti 35 er cent., while for the protective depopuade, 1870
Do ot t veningster pss without apprehenig e of w ihed to thgo nment'has rated a respte to Dr. Lam United States who 23.191,e876 wa only i per cent."h




ipts gra1d.t lese-"s the triin liieh.:-r and hherSt" ha s ti. Withirio truthere i tht, wheu Christ rose, to terms on ate on the f her18th i ustant. d's d$7.135.7 23i, Mr. Samu 186rley, member atio wamet 31'-
429.891 and the wealth was'$16.159;616,06S. 'Thii
yomke yu rlse, risen with Christ a resene- Loro, Aril 4.-Thelle, a Lieuten states the Bristol, eadchinhabitant $307 in'ov850ernment of N'ife Y1860.
tiou to a higher and a nobler life an elevation the Bord,( of Tradol Is ordred the Chtianel Tun. These figures show that under'free tr&de the Wealth
Chabvet, giving earth o good rents, a nstigated eriompan Navy not to proceed with further bring. of the uutryincreased muh faster than the popu
from gtovelling appetite adto celestial glory. What The, Gladstoue Mill, at Aihtou-under-Lrne, nation, while the figure as given by Nmefhalt show
we all require is to get up higher in the scale, containing 106,001. spindle, were burned to-day. I that for the ten years of-a protection dead owe-lost
nriever to ret, infollow individually orhigh pttll The los-i reaers ,nts for each inhabitantQ The iffor thot
ivelyou. ith our plife let vel, but t yo u aira ever at A degree isi has been aute i the divorce owing to a ore rapid increase of population during
somethindeedg higher, a resurrectit. n, a rising with t of H rd a gain.-L April and1.-The reven. Liverpoolec to Quecade, six hundred young woen
Christ whc w maylook dwn on th tob The reipts for lents maidenal yar ededas Carroll, and llinta d ed, from 151fordomestic servatouaio increased











On aciidatter Wednesday next the-hour of morn- '4ere 1,000 abovS t' tiates. The mo't stt1s-
oving praer at.T rinity Church will thro eight 'clhrik factory carried is the plaintiffax receipt wa-hich t- 5 per cent., while for the pro 1
Do not let he fiter pa-bell without apprehet ugoe of730 tiea.m. to th405 e ],000 Legationat Wasnt,an. to 1880, the increase was only 29. per c o t."
its a-ranu-st leiuns. the riiug hir anrih Church Sithe ha sin- btaied a Diore in those Und t mn accopais tis iss of t Gaette."
still. Within you there i tl Easter D wi States o the ,1ro1,000.d of her sbaund's de700,- rti t contr. Samuel Morley member o Parliament for
makelms flowrise, raise with Chrioft. Be risen with an hd maric theMr. Bllegns, a Lieuteant i th notBristol, declares that the overnm nt of New Yo.
Chribeautiful Ea after lilies tanding proelvently out. merican uNavy. is as mpure and corrupt ion any govern Lament could












srer of P at f o Q ^l b u w as p roay- dd on by no sat -
by the idwelli irit, ad rest b ens st The Potmst-General annoPett eios to-dhat e ad- be. Thr ofNew York in relsays Not many itizn
ed till : aornph something i kepiwitt o, Cambrid Rac; Han.-Bod Raceth;
ths rise -Ibe hich you havowle through Ch y our bail ort adopt the sugeti f to discontinue the prac- of New York will differ frum'Mr. Morley.
ricolumns ith.Chrit,following d nation to the New Par ice of to j aimersl.alling al.t Queenstow for th
set you. In your life let it be *-enthat yoatt-havern :ils. ) The steamer -rCity.qt _o,.trel brought o.t frot
risen indeed with Christ. B,.ith ';,,a,,er'.-LoNoD April 1.-The reven- Liverpool to Quebec six hundred young w6ohn.
no receipts for the fin.-ineial year enued yesterday All intended! for domestic servants. .
On antiafter Wednesday next the hour of morn- were 1,000 above t'-,-inates. The most satis- -- ............-' '
ing prayer at. Trinity Church will bs eight o'clock. factory feature is the income tax receipts, %s.hich tlot o Ten o
HOM that the first bell will be rung at 7"30 a.m. sere a405,,)00 above the estimated. The actual e0. .Arl-pJlen on cob
Tinrtti CHuu,:u and the several Parish Churches penditures of the year, within a few thiusani umns accompanies this issue of the "-Gazette."
wer, tasti,-fuly decorated on Easter Day with pc-minits were S5,51 1,000. This amount is 706,- It contains Liii of Guests. &c., at the Hawil,'.
palms, flowers and wreaths of evergreent tlr ,,, more than the original estimates, that is nit tm Hotel ; five TLefttrs to'the Editor on i al -
beautiful Easter lilies standing prominently out. c n p t" r osubjects;'Constitution and Bye Law, of-
Th- Churchyards had ianyof thvir vaults1adorne.1 Hrt-.'. "T.P.'.o (,n.r' .Si,te-.-MaryPowerO'Cou- the Watrwieck Planteis'Clb ; Crie-ket ; Glij'
hurcyt-a ba i o thi tidrn- nor, sister of Mr. Thomas Power O'Connor, Meati. l Crckt .., .-
with neat floral breaths, ber of Parliament for G:,lway blrugh, was pro mreston-r o f athe Loadyton ofIreland ; cowfa'dl

Tv the kdut,,r aq es Rijal Guizilte. cuted at the Atldoue Petty Sessions to-daty for ad- m ; xor .
rising tenantsf parish Drum, county Ricoaninion, I Cambridge Race; Hanlan-Boyd Race; '.'$ti
ST. GEORGES NEW CHURCHi not topay their rents. She was ordered to find All Round," Tennyson's latest patriotic ballad;
DHAta SIR,-! beg to acknowledge th-rough your bail or to go to jail for 6 months. Slho elected to the Voyage of the "' Veua," &c. -
columns tli following 4dnations to the New Pari go to jail -


re ran .














AT NOON,
d-o i rrp.w; Wednesday,

; !. ., 12th I'Ast.,
. .Sales. Roo', Queen Street,
.I,,WT-LT SELL BY AUCTION,
A IW.' A .,LUA.B LE STOCK,
7 rUST OPENED,
Consistingo'
T.rM &']4R'P ENVELOPES
S KS ."pead'KNIVES
BRUSFES Clothes LINES
Hammers Hatchets. Balances-
HigAe -AWS "-'Wsh BASINS
Rincing BA&INS 'BOWLS MUGS
Baking PANS DIPPERS CUPS
Assorted Stat-ionery and Fancy Ar-

ALSO,
Clothing and some Dry Goods.
On View to-day' .t the Queen uSireet Auction
W. J. HENEY,
lamniton,:April I I. 882.-1 '
For B&ue.fiit.Of Qwn':yrs, Underwri-
,.tera, and n'll educerned.
BY AUCTION, .WILL BE SOLD,
A m f-lA. 7'~-1I-. V-".-M--w


'I


ROYAL GAZETTE,


By Public Auction, Bermuda Church
UNDER THIE BIG SHED, Soietfy.
On THURSDAY Next, THE SIXTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEET.


Netv rk'ai U'a

THEI S-TF8A'IFAR-


13th instant, at 12 o'clock, M., ING of the BERMUDA .CHURC.H SO- "fP % Wk''A ,
lish ALE,- *. ': CIETY will (D. V.,) be held in the CAPTAINFRASER,: .
S17 Casks Boitled ALE, 4 doz. qts. COURT HOUSE, HAMIHLTON, Will leave the Port oj Hamiton,
7 Casks Botiled ALE, 7 doz. pints each On' F R ID A Y n ext, p. "
25 '" PORT'ER, 4 doz..quarts each' APRIL 14th, at oue o'clock, p.m. T t R S D ,
4 7 "' pints each-I The Right Reverend THE'RD. BISHOP of The 13th April,882.
500 lbs. Green Jamaica" GINGER i Newfoundland and Bermuda, Presidont otf the To leave New York for return on 20th April,
5 Half Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCO Society, will take the Chair. .. Freight. Specie on-Freight, and Pardels;-will be-
12 Dozen l'ackanes C'utTORACCO The Members of the Society,.and the Pub- received until 6 p.m., Wednesday l2th-April.
2 Dozen Pair Men's Tweed PANTS, -assorled lic generally, are invited to.att d the meet- Bills of Lading wi-l be signed :until .10' a.m.,
sizes ing. ... : 13th April.
25 Gross Coaib M ATCES. J. LUMLEY LOUGH, Passenger Stage will be removed at.2-30 p.
5Cases Lb. TinLOBSTERS Becretary. m., 13th April.' PasoAngers 'are requested t6
10 Caes Lb. TIN (fo Sed Roos)April 8, 1882. ecreary. have their Return Tickets endorsed by t-he on-
10 Case TIN 'or Shed Roofs) April 8, 182." designed.
And now landing ex S.. hip Orinoco" from Produce Receipts iau~t be written, dated and
New York: A Sacred Concert presented to the Purser for signature. Barrel.s
5 BS. Pilot BREAD WILL BE a C;U. Potatoes, Boxes Potatoes, Onious, TomatoRi ,
lt WILL BE Beets, on separate pieces df paper, and on one'
5 B1s. Navy BREAD i .Ttechtauics' I Ull, HaW side of one piece of paper only.
AND, j ,i TROTT' COX, .
25 Boxes BISCUITS, as- O TUESDAY Hamilton, Bermuda, IIthApril, 188'2.-1e.
sorted kinds, 1 ... --
Soda, Lemon, Butter, Oyster, Sugar. Mix-d, lth inst nt, OarOtle and Colonist ,ach onc, and both papFrA div-
Ginger, Faucq Pilol. In aid of the Buil'ling Fund Of the St. John's oontiinuey in adr'ertismnts abaut the S. 8; .Bervmdd,
The above lot of Biscuits are direct from the Pembroke monday School. o, ,i.'9n, h-' lIst st trap.
Maker, to be sold on his account, and will be Doors open at 7]30. Performaece to co m- A ,C .
found quite fresh and of very 'superior quality. mence at 8 -.'clock. .ff ./ t0l .LYCCO at Of
ALSO, A Plan of the Hall will.:be placed at the Growersi aid Ownecs.
L .: Ic.. .the I __ .


AJ.i A.UJA L 'J., ,' I t That Valuable GCart Horse
The Property of the Hlamilton Coal Association, 'N R G N
eneai Pitts' Bary, U
Susay xt, The Property of the late Governor.
hrsday next B. W. WALKER & CO.,
*13th instant. At 11 o'clock, A.M., Auctioneers.
595 To: oa e" ALT. Hamilton, April 10, 1882.
59 6 TonsCoiarse SALT.,_, ---


0

H


1.


Part Caro of ie Norwegian Bark '' George a .iN O IJ I-UJ.EI. 2.
Slo'6ie,',P edersen, Master, which Vesscl put
into this Port in' i 'ress on a voyage fr'om Ivi- I'' AM On U
za bound to New York, an.ud vil be sold as a- s
beve, ip, aer4ance with insruions. t government House,4.
The purchaser of the saltv will be all.iwed un- 5.
til 25th, f April, instarrt, -to remove it- but it. MOUNT LANGT O N, ON .
will,remain t his own risk. 1 t A p l
J. -T. IARRELL & CO., Frday, 21st April,
U Agents. At 12 o'clock, M., Sharp,
: MES A. CONYERS, By order of LIEUT. H. D. LAFFAN, the 7.
Hamilton, Bernmula, April 1.0, 1882..Auctioneer. H USEHOLD FURNITURE
WANTED ., &-
SANTED Consisting in part.:-
O Bttor n epo n 1 "VERY Superior PIANO, by Broad'ood
NBotto ry and Respondentia Handsome PICTURES 1.
'- "Bond on Bark JOHN F. ROBERT- Spring and Iron BEDSTEADS
SON," to pay her necessary expenses at this Spring and Hair MATTRESSES, and other 2.
Port, a loan of Bedding, 3.
Rocking, Lounge, Garden and other CHAIRS
R. '-L' 60 0and SETTEES 4.
MorR H 0O SChests DRAWERS T s
MO .1 LES Toilet SETS, T..\$LES and WASHSTANDS 5.
for, a voyage from this to Port or Ports in the Table and other GL A t: SWARE
River Plate and thence with privilege of..Port Handsome LAMPS, Duplex, &c. 6.
or Ports of'.Slfith Americal and the West In- Br-akfast, Tea, and Coffee SETS, I
dies, to a Port of the United States. Payable Dinn-.r and Dessert SETS
on .aujival ofVessel at the latter. An Assortment of other CROCKERY 7.
TENDERS will be received until can,Ie Shades aund Nozzlei
April I2l4,,at noon, by the undersigned, who Pantry FURNITURE n
will furitih all particulars Kitchen Furniture and Utensils


J. B. 0LSTON,


St. Geooi'e t Jmd
.A. eil' 1 Ot!1 4 18


Master .


. The Estaf 9pf His Etoel-
,,e nc1y:- L t.-Generml ''

SH1AM. LAFFAN,
.E., C.MG.,r-n-Chef.
Ldte'- ioernbo'aad Conimah'der-i n-Chief.'


ALL Persoi's having CLAIMS a-
gasin this Estate are requested :to for'
ward hair -acco'tht to the BxECLTaRIX, under
cover to the underasignde&


AND,
A Lot of Sherry and other Wines,
An Assortment of Garden TOOLS
ALSO,.
If not previously disposed of,


HORSES,
co Ws,


CARRIAGES,
Harnesses


And a great many other Usoeful Articles that
wilklappear, at the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers,
Hamilton, April 10, 1882.-2 3rd p


stationery Store adjoining "Royal Gazette"
office on Thursday, 13th instant.
G. F. BOUCHER,
Musical Director.
ramilton, April 10, 1882.
PROGRAfME.
IST PART.
DuET-Piauo WId4ing March Mendelssohn.
Mr. J. and Miss L. Trimingham.
Caonms Gloria from 12th Mass Mozart.
DuEr Let the nations of the earth
rejoice Phillips.
Mrs. Robinson and Miss Barron.
SACBED SoNG '- The Message -. Blumeuthal,
Mios Merritt.
A.NTHEx Praise ye the Lord f6r His go6dnes
-Garrett.
RECITATIVE Ye people rend-your hearts
AamA. If with all your hearts
Elijah" Mendelssohn.
SMr. Simpson.
QUAMTrt Charity (La Carita) l'.,iai
Mis Merriit, Miss R. Darrell,
Miss Ward. and Mrs Robinson.
CHovs How lovely are the Messeugers
St. Paul," Mendelssohn. '
2-niPAr. t
.DUHT-Piano-Audaute, 7th Symphony Haydn.
Mr. J. and Miass L. Trinugham.
SACRED SONG Nazareth Gounod.


Rev. R. 0. YearRley.
AnTiHa Praise the Lord and call
upon His inme Elvey.
SA.waD Sox (:onider the Lilies Topliff.
Miss Lough.
ANrHEM 0 give thanks unto the Lord -
Farebio'ther.


AuIA 0 reit in the Lord
"Elijah," Mend


CHORus -


Mr. Moore.
The Heavens are telling
"Creation,"


GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

Just Received,


i


elsohn.ydu.

Haydu.


Superior French

KID GLOVES,
SColored, Black and White.
I W. S. DARRELL.
Hamilton, April U,1 18'32.-1 p'd

Lovers of Meyer's Ice
Cream
Wil fid lways on E hada ee' sa


Will find always on hand at Meyer's Estab-
lishments large quantities of
Wi l &MA 3


On or bef6rehs pT'l JerjAr. x. Information W anted, Whtch can be purcha-ed by the Plate.or Quirt,
: A Ro t GR Y. ESPECING tThec reaus r always firs class, boiled and
1Ia~i~tu, 28th l .-3 GRAY. bRESPECTNG the whereabouts frozen by steam power of the':very latest im-
Hamilton, 2thMaroh, 1882.--3 3p. -qf. V VQ f SQI T, .a native. of the prvement
....Ishl:rl of a it'i-s. wh o sibsondedi N. H.-For Dinner Parties Meyer's ICE
S fOR SALE 6 i'rom: the r phan' Asylu 'in Demerara. RtE AM PUI)l )NGS are highly recommended
: F -Jkc LE. Fr''letters, recently received by the- something novel and good.
Valuable RealEs'ate in the Tow, Honbie. E. D. Oliveyna Coustil for the Neth -s something oveelicious Srupsgood
erlands in British Guisaha, it appears' that the El) SODA WATEl{.-Delicious Syrups
Of Hamilton*. said Sohmid'"arrived-atibisi native place some of various fl tvours will always be found at
I ~W-f.E": UNDERSIGNED is instruct- years ago, ad subsequently shipped in t.le Neyer's. r
ed to offer for Sale the DW ELIING America lihangSch er'ElleiRodnan,'- 24 Front St., and Corner of Victoria
HOUSE and TiWO LOTS' 01 a fe years later Ee returned in the Schooner' Street and East-Breadway.
JAN D *the Corner of the- 8h '" Sarah E. Lewis" aud left,again; the last Hamilton, April 11,'1882.-4
.ons iudil streotad.aUnion Street, opposite intelligence received of him Wvas that he was "
theJifsidiene of-tIr. John Daley then working in the Dock Yard, at Bermuda. i' 8Q St
The Lots adjoin .each otber a.nd measure 50 The individual in question is entitled to a F S al -
feet by 150 feet each, and air bounded ort the. sum of money, particulars of. which he can I A SMALL
V.ort&jay:tkheA'h -Loagihtudlnal Street. 'learn on application to the undersigned, who
-TENDERS for the above' Property wil be will be glad to receive any information res-
received by the Undqrsigned '" pecting hi, moveienta if .he hal.leftt Bermuda.
U-4o- -5,T . o:F f1P i4 April S. S. INGHAM. Iu first class 0ider.
at. : "amilton, 11th April, 188.-2 3p. For particulars apply t the Office. of .this
'l .id:rig.ca not- bind himself to j'u i "Gazette."
thei t i Oteedr. *de 6 we 'ar I d Hamilton, April 10, 1892.
,,a i'A. MI, SB HINUNT, ""TaE above Reward will be paid' '
'Hamilt"o."'p. .... .L.'b h, Uudersigliddfot such iformn'ation otiCe
.- .h.*..f, i.:.;ew.. or a.-r a:is wll'lead- to, theovition of the thief who .

aStoe oa PADhDLE FOR DEME1ARA,
s, ,,: FrSm. the deck of the BoatP" Adela'" moored in The .Nat'sailing ,Schooter
SS. NGHAM the Bay opposite LONG OUSEr between the a
Haite h A Sp hour9.o(.l.;p.m .saturday aud-6. p.m. of Sunday
,* 11 o ... ...,A last.C..", ; '' .. .
Si : R. O.'YEARSLEY ,.DAAEL, after,
,tj ..:: ". "Woodlands.. .Exspeted. to arrive from -West Indies about
:M 1i tabe .Pembroke,Aiil 10, 188.1 pd 2. | to :, th' instant. ,. .1 .


'o aynext.
Apply toW. CARtDY I~IA-LLTT'.
'-,**Adbmp, A6PrjI 10, 1882.-8


._chooal Books.
A ... fLjsupp y of the above as
'used i. tho. public'sihoqls. .;' ,.- ,"
Juat received At the "Royal Gazette Stati-
onery Depositary.


will Iod with all dispatch for -Demerara, to
return via Barbuados. "
Persons wishliig to sie'ure freight will please
caliattOefltce 6f '
S B. l'. WLKER
Uamilton, April 10, 1882.-2 3p


E respocifully offer to ship BI'ERMUDA
PRODUCE for Sale at New York by
either of the undermeniioned respectable Com-
mission Houses who may he preferred by, Own-
ere, Shippers, and Growers.
Not responsible howev-r for the net proeeds
until paid to our-order i 'New York which
order will be given to-the New York,Consighnees
for Si1le, for each shipment.
I VWhen necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense
of the O(wners interested, and owners will clear-
ly understand that all dangers of transport both
ways are borne by them.
The Commission Houses for whom we solicit
business are
Messrs. JOHJNNIX 4. CO.,
No. 116 West Street, New.York,
aud our Shipping distinguishing number for them is 1.
And,
Messrs. TITUS BR O OTHERS,
No. 154, West Street, New York,
and our Shipping distinguishing number for them"
is 999.
Stencil Plites with above numbers free.
TROTT & COX.
I lamilton, Ber'mu'd, ,-> .
11th April, IS-S, 2 mth, 3rd p.
"CLolonist" 3 times 3rd page,
SPLENDID -PROVISION,
By the Quebec Steamship Compa-
uy for Bermadau Produce Freighting.
T HE following instructions from
- the above Comp iny Irave been received by
the undesigned by the S. S. Orinoco," arriv-
ing on 9th in-taut.
Upon arrival if this hoit vou will
^* advertiseie the DESSON G0 to
sail hence 23rd nid 'frohi B rmuda
29)ih pril. She is a Br. tuilt iroa vessel, fjur
decks: upper between-rdecks open', throughout
entire length of ship, with side'!hghlst at every 8
or 10 fet." .
The ""Dessongi' has'capacity for freighting
10,000 barrels, and is Zaid to have' heen allowed
to become American, because- she transpornied
the 'Cleopatra's Needle from Egypt to -NeW
York.


Hamilton, Bermuda
11th April, 1882.


TROTT & COX,
1 Agents.


Colonist" copy once.

Notice.
SHE UNDtERSIGNED will receive and for-
ward CONSIGNMENTS OF PIRODUUE
as usual to the address of
Jlessrs. Jfiddleton ( Co.
AND,
Messrs. Henry Brinker & Co.,
New York.
Sales. Returns and M*teucils furnished on' ap-
plication to -
SAMUEL JA. lM4STERS.
Hamilton, April 10, 1882.- 3 pd.


ICE' COMPANY
Beg'to inform the-Public of Berimuda that'they
have just received at tha NEw ;E HoIt1,
East Brgad way, ,

586 tons of na.tia'I


Of First 'Quality, and'are noicw'preiared tb fudr-2
nish ICE daily to Customers :.in H l1ton and
,i i'nlty. "' "'
*JOHN 13. STAH 4CO;,.
Agtn ..
Hamilton, April 8,18.-3m ., .
oA-rU 8, 1682.*-3xn
Stie. : ..
F O'RS'A AL'
A Large 'Pat .COW,
luI n-good condition for slaughter.
Priee .!t-A *... m

Apply to A. R. THOMPSON, Queen It.
Hamilton, Apiil 11, 1882.*-2


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S coa I^ -, ..
I ? th A' ,i; S | 8
HE'iutmientiofemeti Wempe
the p iqurpo o m fin n g r ri~Ihr
information of the Legs atre as to the ec-
pediency of restrict Net -and ai
:to the' !avisality m-a.-.Ntd alose
time for 0 esei'hg sg a *
HONy ::LLTIf 'I G0.y ,
R O-.1D, EE4
'HENR 'H.sq .
and JpNEFO W TIEs
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TO r th 1882.
HE following QUAR NE ULA.-
-L TIbN was mirde byfHl -tt
ADMINISTRATOR o"' T .. &
COUNCIL on- tb'6 6th qda 4' Rr
the- Quairaiitnie Act, 10, ai -8pir i is.
sued for generaliunformatidn. '
SREGUULTION.-
WrHENEVER a Pilot onboarding" ".'es-
.psel arriving atithe-polke)*0s 6hall:.find
that she 'comes?'fIom i .oi'Plahf in the
Western Hemisphere. South of';,5 Deaebs
North Latitude, 'he ha'l irinied elgIouse
the Yellow Flag .bdae hoisted and k'lt oit-
ed till theU HEALT'H OQFIcxa fhi gb A iafe..
such vesdel and shall have ecded .ykI-tht'jFhe
is to be granted "Praitfque, orJo ibplace'I in
Quarantine. "* : ..
This Regulation to mam nina fo.r0d util
otherwise orderedd. .
By hflt onor.. IOommnid,
JAMES TUCOKEX,.
1 Ac-ti 'olonial eere.ry.
New Advertisemleni' ,

TIME TABLE E
.6- 1
STEAMERS
MOONDDYNE"
Or '' Despatch;,"'.
SUMMER ARfI.A GE9,E.VT :.7,I
Between Hamilton and Ireland andBbA.
Islands. "
'From the present date and'until uirfther noq-.
tice, the following Time Taile will be i
hered to, viz. : e a7.
On Monday, Wednesday, and Sa-
* turday, 3round 'trips daily, as follows, viz. :
HAMILTON,; "
LEAvES-9 a.m., 11 15 a.rm., 4,-30p.m.*
IRELAND ISLAND. *
LEAvES-9.45 a.m. 1'-15 p.m,- 4-45 p.m. '
On. these days the Steanh6i' will' lead
.at JO1a. m., anid Public Wharf, SomTerse, '.
10-O30 a.m. for EIamiilton direct, whether
mitating. ;
Calling at Boaz, w. p. ..
On Tuesday, Thursday and Frid-"Y
2 round trips ally, calliug .t Boaz.
HAMILTON.
LEAvas-9"-30, a.m., 3-30, p.ra. ->'
IRELAND SLjANJ.D .
-LavEs- 12-05, p.m., D4-45 p.: "i. '-, '
single Fare-Yst class, I/. Retur.,tic ke(4/'$.
Ditto 2nd clais 6d. eachw-y, ..,,,
For further information apply to *.. J!
LEY on board or ..
8. S. INGHAM, Ja.
HanOilton, llth April, 1882.-2 3p., ;

TO B] RA4FFLED.
A Powerful. Ieey ,

.. .

'8 years-15, 31 hands.- .; m
A capital Farm' Horsej p;erqetly#;tAe .tWor.e
S' lr and Wdlrks well in the plogh.-c s,
30 chances vt one found a chance.
Winner to pay .Five 'Qound extra.
LIST OPEN AT, ,.,
BW. WALKFIR, & .

Where full paric.t? can be-obtained. "
Hailtoni, April 11, 1S2 .3 times; 'pd. .: ... i,

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Hamilton, April lith1, 8-l pd_ .,.






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BIUUf j~DflflUJI On'rfhe-i&thotSeptewtePt an Elec~ip.Tvk-
....-l... enf-i... C-' Ingt si gnais w, Wihvessels
._ S.. *paiSl at sea will te opened at Finga at the
.;; -._g ,. -*? entrancee to Gotterrburg. r
S- ... hJ Y c ez i s sitnatied "1-10 meters westward
1 1. fromtbet Ttiga Bacon.
'" .Telegrams will there be received and dis-
_|.. :'l -, patched daily from sunrise.to sunset.
Thoe signalling to ships at sea will be carried
on exclusively by.means of flags and distance
signals according to the rules laid down in the
S ff Intertational "Comimercial Code of Signalk."
S With regard :to telegrams, sent to vessels, the
," 'W *. ( *W i following lulesare to be observed.:
S1:W.o. The address must give, not only the
r nr I.nary indications, but also the name of the
W"E'l ,, h vEssel, its.oficial number (i. e. signal letters in
Sthe.Code List) as well as the port to which the
-- .ship belongs ;
..... .2.:o .MThe telegram shall either be written in
'y pepsina Liver, the Swedish language or be composed of coin-
Dasessft lertg bnioxp Qflettep,. In.4ho Wgtter.case only t.he
'th s~gi~Ag' e, )'itenuka- .- 'following 18 corpnapt@t qf the alp; abet, viz:
J tism,, Drope, 'B. d. F. G. H. J3K.. L. X. N. P. Q. R. S.
S t. disease, T, V,and. W. ma" ,be used; each combination
.Bliousn Mv6uSteWity, etc. g'shall not containn m dr' than four letters; a
W-l;q5=t.3l, WAOWT to aa \ telgrnam of this description will be considered
. ... ... f-. .....:as if it were cip. ored.
-L-9 l v Baottle. .4 Telegrams coming .fom ships will, at. the
S' ~S, 1;L O. request of, the sender, be forwarded to. their
9~ u oss se e ar Vd Properies destination in the .above mentioned kind of
Stttnt4.. *th'eytllin *.eS cipher: in case no such request should bemade,
,e, e.. -.x4vdt 6 elyanty4aligol0-be [.the dispatch will be forwarded in Swedish
i . l'.l sn i 'eat :i of'i5!"ood teatranslation -
.Itt' 't the fe rmue m oaa|r e 'a The charge for messages by signal letters
TI upon the t .vr. .will. in therule, be calculated at the following
It acts upon the KItdney. rate
i itot a) for signalling : 1 krona 50 6i for any
It remotess ...3.itgu .. numberr of WOd; o -
o.ritetw nanRS .teb) the forwardingotemessage through the.
l'es' 'o -ta Innd nlducem telegraph- will be charged according to the
Sitr -, ry tat. or poison in the established tariff of'rates for inland and foreign
oa.-wh f mets.acror-Eryalpeiss; ndJ alt .telegrapic correspondence.
takndje nd ia."o . b The whole amount .f both these posts is to
it, .a be t ,ruigtie'msiieqiiate bavbe, or bythe o bepid. for telegrams.sent'to vessels by the
,, *,. .. ? ender, and for dispatches coming from vessels
S. ,"ATARR\H CURJtED. by the receiver.,
PA 'Srn.I h.....AvD B Passing vesselswill be able, by simply hoist-
SP.withSI,-.. ave..ao antI nl"IND hBve mng the ensign with their distinguishing snal,
Twbee .it cV...A a ;.tion nd ... e. their official number in the Code List, to
wit r- J .A ",Il P eo' e uing th'" .LOOD ave their passage reported by telegraph to
SYRTIP. I wa.about to ive. it up because imme. any person within Sweden, who, by letter or
diately after takinjh iv-mXtlne diizz ahd feel hadilyv, telegram, shall have previously applied to the
but on constihing a 1,hvJcian was informal th .t it office for such purpose, .at the same time giving
wasc mekthttd b, madiclne rtqrig rm,-im,'."rf,'" his address.
circult0lor i.i Srnh 'jiseied Mi,-LeC ir, hmy In such cises no charge will at present be
stpplhth, t.*di by"Wdi, droppings of th-- eut'rrh made for the- signalling, and the person to
matter. I invariably foqr;nhbbwever, th-e thi dizzy whom a message is addressed will on y haveto
feeling s.vn passed awy, my-nervous ayseem wi5 jay the ordinary charge for the transmission
irfqn'iHd .anfd' il)e &tarihal poison, removed by y.telegraphic wire.and such expenses as the
tht r.Jcica. "I hive been entiiely 'cured by your forwarding of the message to its address from
Invaluable remedy. the areq b telegraph-fQice may involve.
Rupctfully your., After the establis.i.ent of the Electric-
S, : J. H.-MALLWOO'D, legrapb Office, the Optical Telegraph at
No. 319 VWest i0th t., N, w York City. Vinga will n6 longer be used.
"* Siockholm August 30th 1881.
SEU i ATI SM KIDNY 0MPL NT. The Royal Board or Telegraphs.
SIR,-I giwe rsy theeaimpty with pi-re iFur to te- t
be Pa trWt.A.pfpur..,LOQD PURIFI& ;" '
ki1Ry were oy'(rrd r, antl the reculi was rUi- Tn V
matii"e i u ti, rihth k inee, fieint bwoli) iwic'be J t 6 6 v l
sirt~finituirki'i'or:ainfol, a' bo'tio' of iht larw' of-irofY,4 J York perr S. S Orinoco
size mae perfect cure. I will also say my diea rom New York per S.S. Orinoco,
tion h2. improved so that I can eat anything within '\ .1Fesh Supply of
P P. F. MARgRON, TTAMS BACON Smoked BItEF
No. 19 Beach;at., New York City. Corued BRE Fand Ox To)NGUES
*' : l .E r:^ .. mI miTcl -rva


SICK HEADACHIE.AN D DYSPEPSIA.
No. Il Pk anI-sT., Nw YORK CITY.
Da1) SRa.-Your 'ju'ily pelbratod INDIAN
BLOiD S1YRfUP;' has entirly cured tme of Sick
Headache aId,' Dyspepsia, of 10 -yers' stanihn..,
It aMl l poiQt .y diliihl of . wife of Female complaints. '' -
T ?, .r. AEPRGE HI. REYNOLDS.
Iaeac Dahlman,' Bull's HIead, 24th s ., (of Dahl.
nan-"OrotherB, d.aitnrs in htirn'l6ck)4 cuted- of
Dyspepsllafrfpi|nlif n Af nny jdpsas' standLing.
Henry hlrinir'i, odf the'sanefir'm, cured ol Sore
Throat and Inij`2 epigqnr, k4q~irbavrilg been treated
by physicians wi'houi bh flc'ial t.ict,.
S PATlN m ITI IEADIACII. *.
& 99 Wa. T HlrTON-BTr., CiTr.
m ,--Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
me entirely of thcbsri s Ir my hoaij and relieved
every difficul,o y bowei,. niumui s -ay 't it
is thhdta ffiirlie .tha;'a' y person can take for
lok headaedh. '- "


S sM Vis eTr Lunch TONGxUES
Ham SAUS %\GE Potted HAM
TONGUES and BEEF BIl uTE.R
%I11I CH EESIE FLOUR
SEAL. CORN BR\N. OATS
I)ATE.I P t.' N. and Pea-NUTS
i0 AP ST':\CII -
I4ISCUIT. ,f'alJ kinds .I
: lAIS( : CU.WRAN'S
GanuedJ MEA.i'S, '&e., &ec.
JOHAA UJRRITT.
Hamilton', January 31, 1S2.

William James Heney,
SUCTI uO EER,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen Street,
H HAMILTON, ..- 'RIIUDA.
.Prompt hatenlti-.n given to Consignments.
f .* Auciiotnl VW dnaesdnit s and F'ridavs.


,. .. A LIC E R E E D : ..
-.- -.DYSPF.tIA.'
Dat Sia,-I u0sd your'INIAN LOOD SY- .
RUP f. plp4ibi4'C(t4f4, h.h, I ':ufred for five ,21 IT r t N- !
yiedwi r h kah hI ppth rliu.4. .e ) A U A. t6 ; .-
A feWi-,dadMl 4hd JAfJ i tdni&h in condiim.nto
digest I o,>d--' h eorfreller i n+ g'. iofn lo sedi,.trebe'i '4 .
Ing p.ailtqLt peiifenLed by dy-peptic aftei ealing- N(tiled Sift k ts: .,ail teClanrers,
and aj ug t at fih u_'aeai rt'kional lines -
My dagestion is now almost perfect,.and' l e great-
ly 4 fI (- ,<.:-,,'A ,' CALLING AT QUEENsT'OWN,
Yours, WMCAX.. I 'RA",
r, A, IEA VB NEW YOR 1K'
blo. 333 WVest'32nd st., New Y ork City. I NF: *W ,Vo.t ,
: rN i. Y JIDb., 3 1880. -aS
C. Johnson, M.D. ALASKA .Tuesday, March 21, at 6-30 a.m.
Dnat-I take pleasure in recoompemndlin ,NTKVu) s,, 8a at -00 p'.m.
t 1N DWy.I 431 , as an igatiablk ArIZONA .4 April 4, at -5*00 p.m.
remedy DyDy t M hy wife ha been a suffer. ABYfS'l~N(A (IP, at. i'30 a.m
or from periodioal dysp tie0o t,?ks ofibe most %V. 0-.ItN 18, at 5 0 pn '
acute futuree for over 5 M s. r.ng such attacks KI 1 ', t n .
- death would almost be-a tlief to her. SheWa. ,1.YN, ; .', .? t 00; p
n crrtid for by .se. Ie'd aifat &aw A t -MINv," May a 4"
t^jin Ah''.. if tll -4.4aned a bottle Al i- NA ," ,.,a t D. a,
of tlN' OAL? YUP.3 Its effta e.. fil)i;tte nSir'ra are buaTI expressly or
weie wonderful anI she is noSintirey. he T1'rade, hav .iie wa~j$MhEbt blkhdeads, ands
S mrlin atv.y. experieuno gp ce m -"aa'd .Ste...-
Q' .41 rA ^ Y .' Clry., su t b s y any i q .. i pdi at.. er.,, and ti-
,', ., i1SI "Voo, s eu n hat a o fo in
,, 0e6ii9'ta .... a ocean-trav ,-petfeel entla~ton ak"liM'ht.e
'orS g4foSt IaIABfrl 'nu3. @riqno lsaah ito-m and Pjano on
-, t-r as.* o6~.4-.al, e r .s 'n -Tht-r-U- .-Sr-Mail Steaeier Orinoco" from
ii tinA6IIgl4thi A$1Tfli tPS" f$I'CD 'irrnud, Thursdayn .pe4-ly @'rivesat New
.l-ii.UR -- '- .- prk un Iodavs, i a gers' baggasgecan
i'k e .i, :- AML. OA;-- Di )l'i, e transferred dir i to, the ,LiverpooJ- Steamer
-. -- .o 0 sa ". .... ..- "g / -'." iling nex it-d y)'. sW -
S'o at r- V(imain"' d GItON
A W" -!x.fiG.


p t-0... ..a,.L.-fu tt h. a roadway, cew Iork.
t" t .t ew York a.h 1 .2.: '


., :.. -w ^ -. ,..#v sw.'fh -t-mr 's '*,?.-,. 't ; --. --- .- -' u+'. ssau s ,t SV.Y t4 -A4i h ti. # '- -- -i ..--i r T :-' fla-." fl..,-aa <;
Bi23 RMUl ;'-Alias S 'TT'' "

SDONI, '., /dmistrator EDGAR -
of o,'.f ,l trm ie at' thtes Is V ^, 4, -*-_. -' : [ A
laiad ,&; .. c" .. .- M 4 CH AI I-,T I. 'Oi, ..: I.- _
11 .ERE4A S, D).V I,'AT.WirOOD.ha. Relpectfiuly informs te& ailc that. he has' qteuii
-.-, .priayld.for.Adui.nistration on, tiie Eti pen a .
of EDW.D FRI) F'I AS,'AOOD, late o(f TTailringo Establishment : Wages& -/
Warwick Pari hPm these Is)a,(Isi, Master. 3hn- e."-; & .. := '1pply a
nerw deeadsh these I Mter.. Over the Store of Alexauder. J. Frith, Esqr., p l
This is-thertfore to give'.uoti', .that. If ay No. 39, Front Street. *
Person or Persons cau.shew atiy jat C.ausfewhy Guarantees to give satisfaction, and solicitA Ca
the said Administration should not be granted a share of the Public patronage. ,
unt6 the said DANI.RL ASTWOOD, ,he, she, P A new supply of Goods always on hand. 6th Decemb<
or'ihey, are to fi'1 his; her,;or theiF Cav,'eat in Hamilton, FebAziait-,.18'2.-~1J paid. '
writing, in the Secretaiy'sU Off'ee d 'oth6ie Is-, .. -
lands within Fifteen diys from the publication rg I i
hereof; atherivise the- aid Administration will .. A J'. ,L JAL Je.'J.
be granted accordingly. P ECEIVE


JAMES TUCKER,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's Office,
ilhis-27th day of' Matceh, 1882.
A. Really Good


FOR -SALE,
Made by CQLLARD and COLLARD.
Specially adapt6edto the Climate.
Re,.-ently entirely re-buffed by MR. BoUCHER.
Price '25.
Property of a Gentleman leaving Bermuda.
\%ill be 1-n view at E. B. JONEi'$ 6;tore,
corner of Queen and Ileid. ztreelt.
Also, a Good Eight Keyed


With Preceptors and Music, and an Excellent
LAWN MOWER.
Hamilton, 21st March, 16S2.
0 .10 JOHN M.McNEILL & CO.,
S if .uO w:ant a (Good Fitting siit ut
(CI.0''l'II).-J5 and 6- t'ront Street.
T1.)i N M. McNIr ILL & CO., have i'.,g' el
the ,ervic':s of a FirQt Clrs 'Cutter unIu
F'ier.-(. ; C Front .'u.,~ .
TOHN M. Mc!IfILl. & CO., invite. tle Pull-
e lic to .Call und I .x.ntiine their Larg As-
sortme,,t of .Fie. tuitings attn Pat.s Stuff:.-
65 and ti Fi ont. i r.tet.
Hamilton, Novr. 2S, i.1S.-tf

TO RECEIVE,
By the Stenimer Bermuda," ex-
pected to-day,
S U 1' E L it 0 FIt EN C i


Colored, Black and White.
W. S. DARRELL.
tainilton, April 4, 1892.


PB YO0trt P JCGf &LL K1Y.
ESTABLISHED 1861.

*. %f larrcat b on,
BEG to offer their sincere thanks to the in-
habitants of Bermuda and others, for their
liberal Patroiuage during the past part of their
Photographic practice, and having recently
made addition to their stock of
LE NSES
by the first Opticians -in London, (DALL-
'MEYOR and R9S',') are prepared to offer to
the Public a better class of woik than has
hitherto been done in Bermuda.
Much time ari3 study is given to the Chemi.
cal effects, pose,-a'd lighting F of ourportraiits,
consequently producing find artistic effects.-
Ships, Buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups,
&c., &c.
OZZiDUZT A 0P2dOAZITZTT
Photographs, Cartes do Visite, Cabinet and
larger sizes taken at shortest notice ; also en-
larged to life size in INDIA INK, OIL CO-
LORS, CRAYON, and WATER COLORS.
'First Artists in New York City employed for
the above enlarged work.
Clubs of five or more taken at reduced prices.
P,S.-Please notice that J. F. DARRELL
holds FIRST CLASS PRIZE MEDAL for
Photographs, Industrial Exhibiti,'n of 1 72 and
twenty years practice, together with tho. ex-
perience.of.his Son, who 'has just returned
fr. 1i America, and who has operated in some
of the First Galleries there, enables them to.pro.
duce FIRST. CLASS.,PHO'I OGRAPH '4; we
beg further to state that our prices are kept at
reasonable rates; there tuar be itork done foi'
less, but we ask that quality be given the pre-
ference. .
61 Front Street, Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1882.

For Sale,


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THE Undersign6d takes this, o p- "rtfi AYr f
portunity to) thank -ie MercEfiants.6.o4 T1f,- 0,06 -' .
Bermuda for the very liberal response which '. .
during the past year. they laye given his Caad and %
which was first published in this Journal last Please call and examine.
December anwl which' hs resulted ip a largely o t. -J' fI'ITTo r
increased trade with' tiiis'I:sland;.'ie -would *L,.t. "
Also express the hope that the intercourse so e-.,, h' t.
auspiciously begun may be doubled this com- HawiltQn, Maoh,2 .- a
ing year, and that every Inhabitant of Ilermu-
da. may be given an. opqrt to st he N 0 T C E .
supfrior quilhiy" bf all drticl'es. pu't u'f under TE .
Thurbers' brands which cover goods that are 1- .r .e-just d.. i&
guararateed to be pure and widoleoie, and of-- T -E ...er i g s u-Ji*tpedid.. o'-e
which dealers are authorized to refund the feion o Egli _.d.can
purchase price where consumers have cause f '" '
for dissatisfac-ion. Ifc would again remind t'We a t s.i .
Merchants of Bermuda that he is also practi- .r. Xmas, ReceiveTlvtJ,' e Al, i' .tft. t
cally familiar with the wanti'of the island m O ri- :
all that relates to Fo6d Prioducts and Groce- uCs -4i-" paKl o'"-af'4t 4
ries 'generally. MS SO' .OtbR S BAC'N
Any orders that may be entrusted to bitm .L. BEEF OtR l("
will be faithfully and promptly filled, with the Tiis ofWRonst B1KF MUTTON
assurance that they will receive all the advan- CHICKEl'N DIJtUK "OO,.
ages which the special facilities the, Messrs. 1nuchTONGiU.ll .P4> j
Thurber & (o., enable themnto give asiwporters BtF avId TONE .-aIf. SALR INS
with Branch houses at London, England, and i, oisElS OYS ERS - Green PEa
Bordeaux, France, and as foreign Mlanufac- IAN.- CORN. 'a- PA A.P -, '
tures with Factories at IBordeaux, Marmande, lttle'', P'..,. '
and Nantes, France, in addition to the large Red CdAB A.B and b .UCES
Factories which they o.wn and operate in the--.anoreduEgiTis lA..TN;o'a .--
United -'tates. % trial order, no matter how s ,1GA w i 'tandi '. 'lBrownaFLO C l.
small, may result-in mutual benefit and will ins ofCOCOA. and 1 1.ii,"
be appreciated by OFFEE and MILK'
SLBF.R'T W. MI-NICK, CHOCOLATE'MILK Fry's. COCOA
With H. K. and F. I. TIIURBER & CO., Epps CILOCOLATE :- -; -
Exporters, Importers, Manufacturers of and Green and Burnt COFF E Ouon" TI''A
Dealers in Food Products, )ATM BA L OILMEAL CORM li.AL
West Broadway, Read and Hudson Streets,, tle A lYR'8 'f
New York City. Bouiles of Pye RUI, of all flavors
P. 0. Box 3-1482. D IS
New York. London. rordeaux. DAVM.SON.,S rk -kWRA1VRki
....GRI.KEENGAG':S R!IUBAIth PLUMS
FOr CHERRIES,&Ce. ar-...,,. ,
For Renll, Tins of PurrIU in Syrup '
That desirable Residence in Paget Patia PEACHES C4O!RfitES PLUMS
l e* u e PEARS PINEAPPLES
Inverurie. STi 'IAW itKR. Y P.PLEES&AP.t(
SJAM1 falll lIFlvors BUFI-r i rLawU
ALSO,R HIdC' .Tabl.e.i. sif Q.E..E
The Metropolitan Hotel a "AUSAG E'
,- e 'opo-.n 4ote oz. Boottles of Essen LEMON
Queen Street., Hamilton, with Coach Hbuse, RASPBEttLR' *V.;JLLA, ., &c.
Stables, &c. Condensed MILK
Apply to TAR'TARIC-AtAID, (Powdered') :
M. S. HUNT, Flair Ol.,1,.assortd FPipyors Fiima Oliye.OlL I
Chancery Lane, Hamilton. CUlt .I~ Jjn .Bott leAs)
6th February, 1882.-tf- FCeUh Afi D S SPAJICNS
CU ItANTSr Flt. ( SPI E,.
For Sale, NUTIltGS AtLMOflLS, it a ud outLiofhdel
MA11ACK CLOVE
fALF CIhes of Ooluong TEA-best in the Jars 'f Preserved jING.ER. SAGO
H Country rAPOoCA .I'OTATO -s. TfINiPs
Bis. Good FLOUR OATS CORN 'BRAN '
Do. Do. ME;AL. i &c., c &c.
BBa.s BRAN Drums FISH JOH' 'RTT
HAMS SHOULDERS East Broadway d ia
BACON &c. Hamilton, December 19; S .- .


J. C..KEENEY,
3 Doors \yest.of,'.' tlyal Gazette" Office.
Hamilto,, March 14, 18'b.

Robt.G.Lee & Co.,
'O .amuiligie. ,,it'haaIi s.t. ..
A.nd IJ&UIRAC'GE BROKERS
1 Leadeuhal) Street,
AND AT LLOYDS, ,
.LONUON, .E.C,
Personal attention-given-to C&nsi-ainetAe-of
Bermuda PRODIUCE and the filling ,of ,Bdr-
mudian orders.
A pil! 80, 1881. -


..,". to one Com.panyin tie'-Atlantic" ivic] '-
ing th:e p~ t9(W'New Y4tk. They are built ex- "
S ., 1 tirely of iron anid steel except thee .erely :e- J
C\ ... /-'A. ,*-..r t --, ^<-rnr-,, .orative parts,-, are' "tuIddid -lino wateo-'t t!h
2- Openi C.AR J iAGES, o'indP 5+2vS.&A. .-ame "-"
..... ..... ,i ... \ : i... ... .. with e-irothinfV614.ied tIad(o t4ie
Built by J. R. )eWolfe, Italifux, N,S., One ifetyh evd th toofaied and donvenience0
--New, One'e-ond H-and. oassfey rs, a to~-om o :t an t convenience r1
Price Moder'ate. 'I'ruts a commodating. pnstl- iras( decqk prso ......ter e. ...-)
AL B1Ei ING1I, 1 and aiy. Tho. table,l. gendnpral, apoi it.. ,,J
-Aent for J. NMI DeWo.le ments cmipre favouratly with thbes.telo tI
St. -eorkes- F ." t r 2 1 vf,'I in, E.tla n, r f- 4 1
*. -- eo"-- I One i these steamers will sil from Neu w
-- r York lvesry. Saturday, for Queenstowndatd" I
S' i Liverpool,-andweekly.for Londo'n-dirett,. fedn'i
__ New Pier 39 North:'River. .,Rates. of.,padsage
.t ,A I ,- ,, T- in currency:-To Queenstown and: Liverpool,,
S A 4 'LL. N L QUUS, 81- $50 to $.t0. To S? n4dp'odiit (ictboria Dockli)
''| tualed tiear edar Avenue. contain- $50 to"'b50 excraiob icts 4100, currency; N
ing -'.Xed.B. kIoiorow, DrawiAig -lodimw liinrg Steer&a-f $asdage $26, O ur;V f Iz fq f
lRom, Kitchen, "T'ak, and other connveritaci.si particulars apply to tFe'V" pdni y'" A
For further Prticvlirspletse' apply to Nos. 69, 71 and Broadways, % NewY.iu
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Park illa, i earV e ooa.I ak. q :a.er
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THE VbiAGE OF TfEl-E "VEGA." Not'ioe.
Noticee" -
& A. E. NORBktiE O..
'= iold was indu c4 to undertake' The Undersigned has just received
thisXLn ....euold
this ya7e@.t -,the express desire o the Knoft "Orinoco"
Sw9ecil, who was-aware that to no onp eoud bet- Per S. S. Orioo,
ter epr4sted so interesting a voy-gp of scientific
dise.r'. The Vega is a pretty large vessel, butit .AMS B A CON
she was noE alone on the voyare ;. three other ships, Smoked B EEF BUTTER
the Lena, the Fraser. and the Exiress, accompanied POTATOES ONIONS CHEESE
and assisted her. We are entertained by descrip-. Cannedi MEATS APPLES
tion-ofe-scenery so wonderful as td appear rather BISCUITS &., &C.
that of a Christmas pantomime than of a potion of BISCUITS &a., &c.
the e.thA -Even the glories of the tropics areJOHN BARRITT.
eclipi- by the marvels of the North, for what are JOHN BARRITT.
palm foresti and mango groves, with all their gor. Hamilton, February 27, 1882.
geou~ fibra and wealth of foliage, compared to re-
gions srkling as with diamonds and rubies under Bermuda Veterinary In-
the IH of a'dozen or so reflected suns of the most
strange aid fantastic shapes, which remain fixed in niarVy
beaevpn that witness ever-changing wonders, auro-
ras oii eclipse in :brilliance all that we in the REID STREET, HAMILTON.
temer-at s zone can imagine? For the finest of
theo. pienotmeii4 which we have seen are but faint T!IEODO! E OUTE1RB4 IDGO1K, D.V.S., Re-
refleitipnssof the reality, rains of ice which fall like side-nce, Jlamilton.
ahinf'ij silver threads, and vast natural palaces of p. RE ID MECER, D.V.S., Residence, Ham-
ice tAt'seem built of rock crystal. But, however io Riah.
attrptfile the scenery, very few would care to go ioParish.
on a1p'p6dition thither, even as well provided aid --
proviAoped as was that of the Vega. The cold is Will visit St. George's Professionally on rues-
fearfid, aidd t.he difficulties to be met with in every days-Office at G. Spurliug, Esqr's.
shap require heroic fortitude to overcome. Pro. Will vijit omerset on Fridays.
fessor Nordenskiold was. on one occasion, in a boat im to ia s
wheo. a dense mist enveloped the vessel. After some Reid St., Hamilton,. January 2, 18S2.
time jt.began to rise, and towards the horizon was
then discovered a long, black line. This was sup. GOOD CO FF EE
posea t once' to be an island, and some of the party F
volunteered to explore it. Suddenly, however, the -
islan took lth form of a huge sea-monster, resem- Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
blinig a walrus of colossal proportions, which pre- because most people do not know how to
gently diminished and left nothing behind save one select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
oor ordinary-sized walrus, that had been magnified ing or making. To obviate these difficult.
by the tmistsa into a great island. Once a gull took ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
the form, under the influence of a polar mist, of a age coffees are selected by an expert who
great bear; and on another, a fox assumed the pro understands the art of blending various
portions of a rein-deer. Animal life abounds in the und m
Polar seas, and this not at the surface, but in the flavors. They are roasted in the most
depths, where the cold is most intense. Gold exists perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
in Siberia plentifully, but it is difficult to get at it, well in small quantities), then put in
otherwise the gold sands there yield abundantly, pound packages (in the bean, not ground,)
and the wheat plains produce corn on a vast scale. bearing our signature as a guarantee of
Still the difficulties of communication are very great. genuineness, and each package contains the
The passage through Behring's Straits, the most Thurber recipe for making good Coffee. We
important event mentioned in the work, is thus pack two kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
described:- and pungent; Thurber's "No. 41," mild
Th, Passay,. th,,'-:h Berinig's 'trait.-" The and rich. One or the other will suit every
Vega fs the first vessel that has penetrated by the taste. They have the three great points,
North from one of the great world oceans to the good quality, honst qunity, reasonable
other. We entered the Straits in a dense fog. goo A y oe qu Thurber's
Even the huge mountains on the Asiatic shore were ited CofAsee inyo Grocer for T packages, rbero. 34"
still wrapped in a thick mist, from which one single roanted Coffee irn poand package, No. 34"
mountain top now n and then appeared. Next the or' No. 41." Do not be put off with any
vessel large fields of drift-ice were visible, on which other kind-your own palate will tell you
here and there flocks of beautifully marked species what is best.
of seal (Fistriophoca fasciata) had settled. Be- Where persons desire it, we also furnish
tween the pieces of ice seabirds swarmed, mostly the '" Ideal" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
belonging to other species than those which are met and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
with in the European Polar Seas. The ice was for- Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
tunately so broken up that the Vega could steam Ask for descriptive circular.
forward at full speed to the neighbourhood of St. Respectfully, &c.,
Lawren'e Bay, where the coast was surrounded by. B. THURBER & CO.,
some compact belts of ice, which, however, were H. lK. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
broken through with ease. We had no great diffi- Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
culties to encounter, and accomplished our voyage Roasters, New York.
most, satisfactorily." P.S.- s the largest dealers in food pro-
S___ ducts in the world, wo consider it our in-
THEE PORIU terest to manufacture only pure and
~ H 'E J` N 0jJU H- wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
T and satisfactory mauner. All goods
47 Front Street, bearing our name are guaranteed to be
S. I of superior quality, pure and wholesome,
.J. H Robinson & Co., and dealers are authorised to refund the
Agents for Messrs. F. ALLEN & SONS, man- purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
ufacturers of therefore to the interest of both dealers
Sn t i and consumers to use Thurbers' brands.
Citrate of Magnesia, Chocolate aud As for female aesthetics, let them cultivate a
Citrate Of Ma, Chocolate ad taste for the beautiful. They have a right to do
COCOaS. as they please, aud they'll do as theyplease wheth-
er they hare a right or not. Men will love them
Palronisd by Ili l nperi'ul Mijesty tim Shalt of better for studying to make their homes beauti-
Persian, and H. II. Hi. ihe Prince of Walee. ful, for putting away the week's washing in prop.
We recommend Dealers in Confectionery to er places, and seeing that the color of the crust of
purchn-e of our Agents in BErniuda, who c'm- the bread is not too dreadfully intense.-Middle.
stantly ,eep a large ssortment of our goods, town Trauscript.
and at pres',nt lbave in stock 2834 cwt. of assort-
edConfoctionery in a variety of 73 kinds, at NTCVA-- l.OTIA STAAM..
Only9d.,porlb. lG
ole9,. P. AFLLN & SON9 supplies ma- Marble & Granite
chinerv, &e., for the Manufacture (of Confec-
tionerv with ll the latest modern improvements. J () RK S,
They also en.plty 800 ruen daily at the Steam I
Works, Mile End Road, Canal Road, London. HEALi- 'AX, N'ova Scotia
J. H. ROBINSON & CO., &GOaGE t. SANFOaD,
are 11Manufacturers Agents. 2 & o p1 To.s"
Hamilton, February 14, 18S'-n.--3fn 7 .03m1 i TOn.
J A-- Ju dge,- TMONUI .NTS, TO lISTONERS, &., in
a es A Judge, eve s Bermuda Orders olik'ited. S-alisfaction gua-
rholesale Commission Merchant, rauteed.
Sf'l'TTS & VEmo-TA..3L-~~a. W. T. JAMES,
4G and 48 Broad Ave., Washington market. 4-2 Front St.,
*-- Agent for Berramuda.
T HE UNDERSIGNED will re- Hamilton, ( ct11, !&l.-6 months.
firesenl .s rsual the above woll known Protection tagaiust Fi RE
firm, and will lie at all times ready to receive
and forward any Produce, which h may be sent to AT THE MOS'I' MODER.ATE tA'llES
his care. Prompt Sales arnd quick returns gna- Can be obtained from the
rauteed.
Highest markett rates will beobtained. PH(E.VIX INSURANCE COMPA N '
JAMES GALE, of London,
Office at Stare of T. Conyers. One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Hamilton, March 21, 1882.-2 months. Officesin Great Britain.
Through the Bit ,NCH OFFICE in these
7." POB R.TS'O [slauds, a Saving is effected to the Insured
v OI NTf m Tm of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
CELEBSR TE 0 T MENT RISKS taken both on iESAL ad PERSONAL
CALLED- PRO)PRR'I'Y lor 3, 6 or 12 moulhs.
NoRFEIS and no CiARdGE for Policies.
TE POOR MN'S FRIEND," N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
is confidently recommended to the Public as Agent.
an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des- Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.
cription; a certain remedy for ulcerated leg-
burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic It costs four millions of dollars to support the


eruptions, and pimples on the face, sore and public schools in New York last year, and sixty
inflated eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles. millions to maintain the liquor saloons; and the
It als..entirely removes the foul smell arising people who spent most of their money at the dram
from Cancer. shops, doubtless grumble because so much is wast-
Sold in pots, 131d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., d on public education.
and 2,s. each; and his
ALTItATVE PILLS.ORA Rare Chance.
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be 6ne of the best medicines for purifying 1A very SUPERIOR PAIR of
the blood and assisting Naturein her opera- O R
tion TR' form a mild ahd superior family H O R SE S
aperlqat, Wich inay"be taen at all ties
without confinement or change of diet. (BAY,) aboqt 14j hands high,
Sold in Boxes aj 13j1., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., Is old f6r no fault, the Owner intending to leave
.,, .. ,- ash.,22s..eacb. the Islands in a few weeks.
Prepared oly by BEACH- & BARNICOTT, A
Bridport, Dorset,- Englihd, dnd sold ball Apply at, Royal Guete" Office.
Medicine Vendors. Apil 3, 1882.


SELF- CURATIVES,
ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS OF THE BODY,
-FOU THE CURE OF-
Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De-
cay, etc.
NO MEDICINE IS NECESSARY.
THIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien-
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acls by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens the nervous system,
give force to the brain and digestive function, re-
store lost or Impaired power of body or mind,
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness,
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state the nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
147 E. 1:TH rT NEW YoHK, U.S.A.
Every boy in the world can be made into or can
make of himself a strong, good man, whose life can
be a success, or he can make of it a failure, exactly
as Katie who makes bread for us can make round
loaves, or square loaves, or biscuits, or can make the
dough into chunks and thus bake it, as we can use
this pen full of ink to say that no one ever regretted
trying to be good, or in writing some falsehood that
might hang like a millstone about the neck of truth
for ages. It is given unto man to do what he will.
Men generally go as they are started. How im-
portant it is that boys who are to become men start
aright, or are started aright. -Brick Pomeroy.


Know

That BROWN'S IRO BATTERS
will cure the worst case
of dyspepsia.

Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.

Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.

Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.

F e stores an exhausted nurs-
ing mother to full strength
and gives abundant sus-
tenance for her child.

Strengthens the muscles and
nerves,enriches the blood.

Overcomes weakness, wake-
fulness, and lack ofenergy

Keeps off all chills, fevers,
and other malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
W7 -A.ler St., Baltimore, Dee. 188t.
F.r 'ix years I1 have been a great
nBf.rer from Blood Disease, Dys.
I-:Ls.andConstipationiandbecame
.,o debilitated that I could not retain
rnvthing on my stomach, in fact,
lif, had almost become a burden.
Finally, when hope had almost left
v.e. my husband seeing Baowm's
I P, i BITTERS advertised in the
p-,pJi, induced me to give it a trial.
] m now taking the third bottle
.rid -.ve nii felt so -well in six
'e. .as I do at the present time.
Mrs. L. F. Gaiirrx.

BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
'vill have a better tonic
ei'Fct upon any one who
need- "bracing up," than
a:,a medicine made.


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SHORT AND LONG ENTRIES
Agreements for, Landlord and
Tennant,
IN: STOCK
At Royal Gamtte" Stationery Store.
Bamilton, Dec. 20th, 1881.


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A E. ATKINS N'
7'ERFUMERY,
e.lebrte.1 for nearly a century past, i- of the
very tbcAt Euli-iu ianuJftLurI. For *im
Suritv Fand gr-at 3cfilenee it has obtained
ne Przi, M.Ilals. inclu-liog London,
-i Vrnni.Vihladclphis,
Onlry Gold DMedal, Paris, 1878,
Two Silver Medals and "First
Order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
h,.T.,."o'S GEHOE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
W!f !E ReST, FtA!IOIPANl '. YLANGYLA-40,
*FTPrlIN)TlS, OP.PAIAX, JCKET CLUB, ESS.
S 'q .1T, tREVI3L. MAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOOD
VIOLET, COLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
i d i-i 'iberoduurt., of the nueLt quality only.
.- AI.iSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
". .f tragiant Perfume idistidled from the
choicest Exotica.
TKrSC 01.. H0E HAIR LOTIOI,
v.r" reh'ficlin. Was'it whih sEtimulates the
shm "to a heiiyR aeti,.n nd promotes the
gr-.,th l f the hair.
ATKINSON'S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a powerful Perfume distilled from the finest C
flowers.
ATiHNSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
a new and indiapenItable Toilet accompani-
ment, and most rcfreehing Perfume for the
SHan dkc-rchief.
ATKINS3OPS WHiTE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
r sad other Specialities sand general articles
of Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the
Manufacturers
J.. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price tit .free on appliedien.
Nl'OTOC --Purcasrsarer cantioned to avoid
S countlern'ie by Observing that each article t
labelled with the firm's Trade Mark, a A" Wlite
*BSoe" on a" Golden Lyre "
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DEATH POSTPONED!
Yellow Fever and all Malarial Diseases,
General Debility and. Prostration
CONQUERED! *
The CHICAGO CINCHONA COMPANY (capt-
Ital, $500,000) have purchased the secret formula
and all rights to manufacture and sell Dr. D' nger'u
PURE CINCHONA RUBIA,
(be acknowledged preventive and only care for
ellon Fever, also a all Malarial Fevers, Debilituy,
and General Prolstration of the Muscular and
Nervous Systems. This wonderful preparation Is
not a nostrum nor yet a patent me icle, but a
,sCIENIrFIC R EMEDY, fully endorsed and now
ueed by the leading physicians in the United,
*lfUttes of America. as well asia England. Jreland,
Erotland, Australla. ce. The Chieao Cinchona
Company manufactures and sells It Tor the.asol
purpose or extending Its uerulnes throughout
the habitable globe, and not for the curpoe ofu
making money oUaoflt. y Evaery bote war.-
ranted to do Its work. Full directions aecompan1y
Itc Good for Man, Woman and Chlld--lfree from all
prity, under the Immediate supervislon of the world-.
known seleantast' Dr. D'Unger, its discovererwbo -
If your druggist does not bare it on hanaend the
CHIne C AGO CINCHONA COMPANY ,
81 Clark Street, Chloa, Ills., U S.A.
I. S...-r*t lthe mmewomdsrfuI remdy that eyini.Bnreea
r A&lekhlhIm, act which mtin s te Maist ite llrhall slsd sia i-1
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LIST OF GUESTS AND ARRIVALS AT
HAMILTON HOTEL -
To anPt. 10r, 1882.

BEame, Mrs........'.. Concord, N.H;
Clark, J. C.......... Kingston, Canada.
S Mrs........... .
Merritt, Dr. J. King...' New York City.
S Mrs. )
Coburn, Chns. M.....' Skowhegan, Me.
Miss Julia L. J
Plumnier, C. G. C ..... Boton, Mass.
Smith, Mrs.Geo.Gregory \St. Albans, Vt.
Van Norden, Mrs. Ch:as.)
Chauncey, Mrs. Daul. .. "
MissFlorencee
Mary L. Brooklyn
Place, H. C.......... I
Mrs. H. C.......
Sheldon, Miss Florence.. -
Browning, Mrs. A. B. ..
Miss Amy..
Allin, Mr. E. D. ...... New York.
Mis. .....
McNeil, J..-G........ ...
Whitlock, B. 3. ......
Crunbie, Dr. C. M...
d Mliss S. D.... New York City.
N1orrill, Rev. C. ....
Church. Mrs. I. J...... Coun.
Bartlett, Geo. N. ... San Francisco, Cal.
SMrs. Geo. .. Snfa C
Bishop, C. J.. Es. ...... Boston, Mass.
Glenny Mr. W. H. ....Buffalo, N.Y.
Daivi, R. H........... Saratoga Spgs, N.Y.
BBiokaw, lIHaac. ......... N'ewark, N. J.
Bijrwell. Dr. Geo....... Buffalo, N.Y.
midth, Chas. H ...... .
's. H... Brooklyn, N.Y.
Miss Nellie .....Brooklyn, N.Y.
Cooper, LM' o. Ge. H..
Congdon, H. L ........ Eglewoo, N. J.
Mrs. H. L... )
DeWitt, Win. G. F..... (
Crane, J. H........... New York City
Noyes, Fred. B. ......
Hal-se, I M. W. ......... Elizabeth, N. J.
Maillard. A. ........... San Fraucisc-,, Cull.
Stokes, Capt............ Hamilton, Canada.
Mrs A' & Maid ... j
Artenud, Edw. .......... New York.
Gates. Mrs. M. A. ..... Saratoga Spgs., N. Y.
Dou lass. R. s. .' .. t
MrWs.. M... Boston, Mass.
Mlaster W. M.
Frank .......
E'owdry, Mr.'. J. F. .... New York
Paul, James, M. D....... Jersey City, N. J.
Redington, L. W........ Rutland, Vt.
Stedman, F. S. ........
Cutter. E. P............ New York.
Nicoll, blatthiaa ........
Wright, J. Edwd:...... Montpelier, Vt.
Brackett, Geo. C........ Brooklyn. N. Y.
Coe, Geeo. S. ...... .... )
Mouitgpmery, R. M..... New York City.
S J. R ..... )
Potter, L. S ............ ( Syracuse, N. Y.
S F.N...........
Webster, W. H......... Buffalo, N. Y.
Stillwell, W. E. .. East Orange, N.J.
Gardner, H., Major.....) U. S. Army.
Mrs. t. ......
Arnmstrong, D. H........Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. H. D. .
Harvey, Holstein. ...... Wilmington, Del.
Johnson, H. H. ........
Cassidy, H. T., Jr.......
H ............ New York City.
Mrs. H. .......

FARMERS CLUBS.-SOUTHAMPTON AND
WARWICK.
DEan MR. LEE.-I am glad to see that South-
hampton Parish has shewn the lead to our other
Parishes in this noble work. I understand that Mr.
James Liudly, who is the Salesman for the former
Olub, has obtained very good prices, and no doubt
ii hn bt-n the means of kee ino' un the1 nricen for


To the Editor of tho-Royal G,:,: tIe. -
S,1,-One of oiif people had a conversatiot -the
other dky with Mr. Rufus Hatch-popularly kilown
in New York as Uncle Rufus--m the course of
which he gave his views on Bermuda and its future,
prosperity. Mr. Hatch has had a long connection
with steamship companies, having been three years
manager of one company, and the 'originator and
builder of seven iron steamships iiow running be-
tween New York and Coney Island, which last year
carried, one million ..two- hundred and sixty-three
thousand passengers (1,263,000.; From his fre-
quent visits to Bermuda Mr. Hatch i.- of opinion-
and his large experience gives it grtlat value-that
what the Bermuda Isles most want is a first-class
steamer in all its details; dimension-, hlngth 2S0.
feet, beam 38 feet, with powerful en:.ines to give
15 knots in ordinary weather, so that the voyage
between this and New York c-ould b., ac,-omplished
in 45 to 60 hours, with first-class nlomiwodation
for one hundred passengers. A steamer ,of the
above description would co-t in England 6.250,000,
or in Am, ici $3300,000. The next requiisite, two
or three ft- -st-,-I s h.,tel- t.:- acconimodite 50i 0 t.:, So
people. Thee two thin'."- ie,.iureli, the numnler .>f
visitors to Bermuda would hbe increasel to at laest
5,0(10 a ye'r acrainst th- few who corne under ex-
isting provisions. A steamer of the above dles,:'rlp-
tion could, if required, make three r.:.und trips a
month, the only additional expen-e of such mov.-
ment beiun c-oal. She shioul,' re' s ,uppliedl with the
electric lic-ht and the wharves and she(ds could bo
similarly illuminated by a co-nnecti'on with the ship
when alongside. The next thing required i-k thft your
Bernmudiani business men and others shoulId come for-
ward and develop the resources of the islands.
It will readily be seen that a great many artil-.-s
not now cultivated to any extent would find a ready
sale in the New York market when p1s'ed within
fifty hours reach and whith wul lpa7 ymunih bett'-r
than (onim and potatoes. Perhaps Bermudliaris,
satisfiedrl with the present state of things, in the
absence of information, do not eaur, to have Ameri-
cans come here. Mr. Hatch spoke of the cordiality
with which he had been received, and characterized
the society, climate, fruit, vegetable '.. fi'h, drive-s, as
all good. The place posse5-es su. h innumerable
advantages, whieh cannot be ejusllei in any other
part of the world; thbt he had determined to plant
a few thousand dollars to remain here pnrmuauently.
An annual influx of 5,S00 Ani:ri>:aua, taking thel
average expenditure at ilojO. would amount to more
value than all the produce crop. Many visitU,'s
would be induced to purchase prope,:ty and build
houses and villas, thus increaiiig' the vAlue uf the
land and affording u- mploymnnt to mechanics jnd
laborers, absorbing all the idle population. Every
artisan, laborer, mruer.:-hant and re:A e'ta:te hlrl.r
would reap a relative in' reased benefit in some shape
or other. But many Bermudianus are so at:acheti to
things of antiquity that they wonl-1 di.ptiv therim-
selves of doing better for the sake if runumin, in
their old track. They would let an old dead cel,. re
treo incumber the- ground rather thau remujve it
and plant young ones. Mr. Hatch'is advice to the
Bermudian ftarmrre is to fonu clubs in every parish,
member-hip fee jl with a room t. .'t in, and
agricultural bo:,ks and papers to iinprove their
knowledge. C('all them F:rrii-rs' C,--.perative. Asso-:
ciati, ns, have oer Jyc'u u New Yrk, and su/-,i-',.,t
in all t.he largefities to sell the produ.ce. Unless th-,,
labouring men a re encour.ie- ;nl Indwilloed to prosper
the merchants and othr'ur cauuot tsppt t. t'grow
prosperous. Th.i is the c.xperienu,-. ofi aU nations ro--
corded in history, and B-i-ermuriianns will sooner or
later realize the fa.ct. On being inter'uroate,.l on the
movement, of the "' People-' Steamer," now deeply
agitating the public mind, Mr. Hatch, who is one
of the great powers acro-e the wat.r, said the pro-
viding of such a steamr-hip as he had spoken of
nicely fitted and very swift would yield a handsome
return, and that he would be prepared to take as
many shares in such a scheme as the conditions
w.duld allow. Mr. Hatch is now employing over
thirty men, and is aware that they watch out for
his return when he visits a friend who employs one
labourer, as they don't do much while he is away.
Mr. Hatch, while ho remains among us as a casual
visitor, will do considerable good for our Steamer
and country.
STEAM.


the whole country. This with having our Sheds
free, which is also working well, (and why should CRICKET.
it not for it has been the means of breaking up a An interesting game of Jrickel
ring.) Now each Parish should come together, and An interesting game of Cricke
appoint a Salesman, one out of each Club: let him Saturday, eatheoinst., at Somerset,o
serve the season and give him a small commission; C. 9. and Heatheote Hill School C
e would take more interest, than being paid 0' per a victory for the Somers. Score:
day as suggested. The Salesman should not be SOMBRS.
changed until the season is over ; and occa. only 1st Inints.
during th, day the whole nine ,Slovenn, shoul.t con- L. Curtis b. J. Patterson 7
sult together an.d regulate the prices for the day; A Matson, e. A. Young, b. Pat-
indeed it would not be out of the way, to have an terson 2
Office near at hand where they could consult to- H. Curtis, /b. W. Gilbert 0
gether, and do their writing ; let each Parish pay its H. Powell, not out 26
proportion of expense. B. Barritt, .,. A. Young, b. W. 8
WAI, WICK PARIs, held a meeting on 3Monday the Gilbert
3rd : there was a large attendance, some 40 mem- C. Wood, e. and h., W. Gilbert 1
bers: W. J. Frith, Esq., M.C.P., who will take J. Carson, e. W. Young, b.
an active interest in the object of the meeting, Gilbert 0
was Chairman. It was well represented by some of ,T. T'aylor, c. and b. W. Gilbert J I
the leading menu of that Parish. Several resolution, Hamilton b. J. Patterson 8
were read and passed and they are to go into oper G. Hamilton, b. J. Patterson 14
action this week. W. Taylor, c. W. Richards, b.
I understand all the other parishes are former Patterson 0
their clubs; they will not be outdone by Southam:.- Extras 16
ton. As long as these Clubs hold together a-
body, they will be sure of obtaining good fair Total 93
prices. This Monday evening there are to be
meetings of the Farmers Clubs in Warwick and HEATHCOTE HILL SCI
Hamilton Piirishcs, and I understand meetings will F. Lines 1'. Birritt 5
be held in all the remaining Parishes. During this
week all the Clubs throughout the country will W. Richard. s. and b. Barritt 0
aoon be working well together. V Pitman a. A. Matson, b.


April 1), 18.S2;


OBSERVER.


A Bxrrmme aonr -ired by PuBLIo FRIEND. `'
Ms. Enrron,-I noticed in your last Gazette that
"A "Bormudian," so he styles himself, appears
again in your columns with an extra quantity of
stenm, determined to blow our Peoplesg!teamer, as
.-: well as its originator, out of existence if possible.
He goes on to say that the critical channels that
have been laid out for her to run will be the means
of bursting Three Boilers (no doubt that is his de-
ire); but it would not be a bad idea that, when we
have steam fully up, to notify bim, as well as a few-
others who are of his opinic- and give them. all a
free passage "on the first Beo' r that explodes, so in
falling they will be met by the other two, with in-
strVetions not to return to 'ormuda; as our people
would sooner paddle their o rn canoe, so as not to
be interfered with by traitors. I consider the
questions that he has put forward not worthy of
any further notice; the writer, I think, is doing
Himself considerable injury i'; striving to keep our
People out of power. We a!' know that there must
bea big change take place A it our country before
long'.; it has been ebbing soeo time, it must soon
commence to flow; no man should want to gain all,
bhe would not feelhappy to be alone ; why not throw
". aafde.our selfishness and be a united people for
-"'.I' ae 'a"d have our -fast boat owned by our people.
S'.Get our- Representatives to pay every attention to
"ur agrio cultural interests, as that is the stay of our
'. (p,un, and you would then soon see our people

C. PUBLIC FRIEND..

S : The liabilities of the Universal Life Insuraw[a
' -... ,Owppnhy, as stated- at Alb"ay, due to xpolicy-ho W'
'- a rsover and above the loans and liaoatraneei are
V2 4P,2746.92.
[, '


Barritt
W. Gilbert, e. L. Curtis, b.
Barritt
A. Young, b. Powell
W. Young e. L. Curtis, b. Bar-
ritt
J. Pattetpbn b. C. Wood
T. Gilbert, b Barritt
J. MackeL, .b. '., Barritt


C. Youunga. Barritt
J. Burrows, nat out


E


xtras
Total


t was played on
between Somers
C. C., resulting in


2nd Jrnug-s.
b. A. Young 2
s. & b. W.Gil-
bert 0
b. A. Young 0
b. J.Patterson 0
b. A. Young 11

c. J. Mackey, b.
([J. Patterson 3
b. A. Young 0
s. W. Gilbert 5
not out 1
b. A. Young 2

b. A. Young 0
Extras 9

Total 33

IBOOL.
c. Matsou, b.
Barritt 2
b. Barrilt 0


6 c. J Taylor, i.
[Barrilt 2
1 .b.wo.,C. Wood 3
I b. Barritt .0

17 b. C. Wood 6
16 5
0 "' 2
0 W.Taylor, .
Wood .
0 not out "
0 b. Wood 0
4 Extra 6
50 Total 97


Shot by Desperadoes.-SAN FaAncisco, CAL.,
March 29.-A Tombstone, (Art. T.) despatch says:
-" This morning Deputy Sheriff Breckenridge,
with a posse composed of Jack Young, E. H Allen
and John A. Gillespie went to Chandler's ranch,
.about eight miles from the town, to arrest two no-
torious desperadoes, Betty Grounds, alias Billy the
Kid, and Dewing Hunt, for whom warrants were
out for cattle stealing. On arriving at the ranohe
Grounds and Hunt came out and at once commenced-
firing, when the battle became general. Hunt shot
Gillespie through the head, dropping him dead in
his tracks, and wounded Allen slightly in the, neck
by.another shot. Allen thep sent a ball through
Hunt's- breast, bringing him -down mortally
wounded. Meantime Breckenridge pitt a charge
of buckshot into Ground's face and head, inflicting g
fadal wounds.. Young, who was at the rear of the
house to prevent the escape of the cow boys in that
diientio'i, was shot through thp thigh, probably by
Brpckeinridg .when firing. at, Grounds. Gill-espie
was a highly respeote4 mipor and his death il de-
plored by all good itizeris. The Chief of Police
Went oit andbrought in the .wounded this after,
noon.


BERMUDA. '
CONSTITUTI'oN AND BYE LAWS : OF THE
WARWICK PLANTERS' CLUB.
Preamble.-Whereas experience has sh6wn-th',at
profitable results can be more readily acquired by a
combination than singly, it is thought desirable
that a society should'be formed in this .Parish for
the above p.frpose. .
Reulred.--That a committee of six persons be
appointed to receive and receipt for all Produce
brought to market for sale or exportation-by niem-
bers of this society and who shall be governed'by
certain instructions to be agreed upon at meetings
held eveiy Monday evening during the crop season.
Resulied.-That immediate steps be taken to com--
municate with some responsible party in New York
or elsewhere to receive and dispose of- any ship-
ments we may make to best advantage.
R,.ol'ed.-That all correspondence be laid pub-
licly before each and every meeting.
Relj/ced.-That all Produce shall be put up in
good merihantable condition or it will not be re-
ceived either for sale or shipment.
R,s./:hed.-That a copy of these resolutions be
forwarded to each Palish acquainting the Planters
with the steps we have taken, and soliciting their
cooperation therein.
CosTITUTIrr N or THE WARWICK PLANTERS' CLUB.
SEcIno- I.-if,'t I.ce -The name of this Asso-
ciation shall be the "Warwick Planters' Club."
The object of the Association shall be to obtain
more profitable results by a combination than have
hitlherto attended the Bermuda Planter single
handed.
Art'-le IL.-A President, Secretary and Man-
aging Conmitt.-e shall be elected annually for the
Association
AIut,. i ilL.-Any Planter may become a member
of this A-sociation by consent of a majority of the
members present, at th.e meeting when he is pro-
posed.
Aret,.le I fr'.-The Asso.u.-i.ttiu shall meet weekly
from the 1st March to the 30th Juno on every Mon-
day evening, uimil at -su<-h other times as it may be
called together by the Pri silent upon the request of
six niemthers.
Ar'i.le T F.-The rules of order observed by sind-
lIr organization.- hall goveriu the deliberations of
this Associatio.n at% all its meetings.
SEc'TION UI.-Artie,'e I.-Each and every member
on his election shall sign thu Constitution.
Art'l-e 11.-Six members shall constitute a quo-
rumn for the transaction of business.
BYE Laws oF TrE WjxaRWICK PrTrrns' CLUB.
No. 1.-Should it be proved that any member
has put up or caut:-d to be put up any Produce un-
fit for sale thereby calculated to damage the char-
acter and influence of the Society, he shall be sus-
pended for a t-nn nnot ex,'-,'ling one woek, and
should th.e ofem.e b,: repeated, lie shall be at on.'.e
expelled.
X,. 2.-Notwithstanding the fact that the mem-
bers of this So.-iety are 'ombiued for mutual pro-
ttectimonad be-nftit and it must be clearly born in
mind that each individual member is to ble- allowed
to dispose of his produt,.e as hr shall con-ider best
for his own interest-provided always that no
,member shall be allow-'d :to sell under the price
fixed at the last general mee-ting without having
the Nonseat of a majority of -six members of the
Club.
N,"-. 3.-Every memibr must bear his portion of
the expense incurred for payment of the Agent, pre.
ten'
X'. 4.-TLe r,.muneration of the Agent for the
time being shall not be less than Ten Shillings per
day, and any other necessary expensewhich may be
incurred shall also he borne by this Association.
Nu. 5.-Each and every member of this Associ-
ation shall mark every package of Produce which
may be brought to market thus W. P. C.

The .Edltor of the Royal Garette.
SrR,-On Friday last at an early hour my Gur-
nor" gave orders for all the horses to be hitched up
and told me to don my best livery suit and to put an
extra band of gold-lace around my stove-pipe hat,
and to prepare to be leading man for the day.
This done and all being ready I noticed some heavy
baskets placed into the dog-cart, and-off we started.
It appears that the meet" was arranged to be
near Devonshire Church at 8-30 A r. and alter
waiting there some ten minutes or more-part of
which time was most agreeably spent in listening to
a lenten lecture by an old lady who had forgotten to
remove her night-cap before putting on her broad-
brim hat ;-by this time we mustered about fifty
persons and a dozen vehicle, when, smack went the
whips. round went the wheels, and away for Tuck-
er'a Town, where we arrived at an early hour.
After a couple of hours raumblino and resting a
Luncheon Bet1 rang out on the ambient air, and then
there was a charge for the baskets, and such a charge,
-the charge of the Light-Brigade was nothing to it.
Here your humble servant crept up and took a bird's
eye view of the spread and was nearly over-come
with the sight; the proprietor of the field come.over
and he declared shortly after that he was quiet over-
crme. There was a large and varied assortment of
good things edible, and also an ample supply of the
original anid genuine J.S.B.C. Root Beer. I saw
also one solitary and su-picious looking bottle, but
it was said to contain Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup,
and I was told that it was highly recommended for
indigestion. Alter an ample repast which was
thoroughly appreciated, the party grouped oft in
different directions. There was boating on the
beautiful waters ot Castle Harbour and a visit to
Castle Island, where they stormed the Castle and
studied its architecture to enable them to build
Castles in the air. There was.uot a cloud in. the
material or social world to mar the harmony of.the
day although the equilibrium of my equanimity was
slightly disturbed occasionally, wheu some grinning
younagscape-grace sent rubberball againstthe fragile
side of my stove-pipe). Ijfelt quite flattered when
the Ladies came around me to make impromptu mir-
rors of my silver buttons.
As the sun was gently sinking in the crimson
west we gathered together again and had another
spread," which was really richer than the first,
here we passed around "the cup which cheers but
not inebriates," and so we welcomed peaceful even-
ing in.
Then we started in the gloaming
Being tired out with roaming
So each one homeward mad his way,
Alter a very happy day.
Yours, &o.,
Richard Schemay Yellowplush.
ap i lu. I 0 '-1


April tUh 8d.TS
At Mhnsonville, Quebec, theo trial of Edward and
Clara Peters for the murder, by torture and starva-
tion, of their adopted child, resulted in the man
being sentenced to death and the woman to ten
years ihpriisonmont.
Sr. Jo-san. N. F., March 27,.-This city has
just -experienced the most terrific snow storm
it has had in.many years. It commenced on Satur-
day night and contiun4ed till this morning. The
drifts ia soma places aret ten feet high. The roads.
are blockaded in every direct min.
S,. JpHmuS, N. F., March 28.-.Two brigantiner
were seen jammed in the ice 30 miles southwest of
Cape Pine by steamer Newof./undland (Br.) from
Halifax at this port to-day. The Newfoundlond
also reports heavy ice everywhpe on the coat an4,
the movements of scalersri wil lie much rettrdei-l'bi
it. The Harbor Grace fliet i stitl jammed, but a
strong westerly gale ij now prevailhug.
The London Times says that .America owes it to
her greatmesa to-posses. a fleet whio shaR be mmt
than a phantom.'


MR. GLADSTONE ON THE CONDITION OF c6
IRELAND.. a
The worse state qf aifairs in fifty years-Negotiations i
with the Untied States-Increase in Agrarian ,
Crimes. .
LONDOm, April l.-The Times, in an article on
America and the imprisoned suspects, maintains .c
the right of, every State to protect itself against the- a
alien or domestic enemies of society. It refers to s
Gen. Grant's pretensions, which the General as-
serted to a deputation which called upon him in o
New York, and says it is obvious that the Govern-
ment, while giving no sanction, direct or indirect,
to the'exaggerations of irresponsible American
politicians, can fairly meet the wishes of the Gov-.
ernment of the UnitedStates w without impairing the
securities of the protection act.. It has no doubt 4.
that-the United States will be informed that favor-
able consideration will be given to the.case of any
citizen of the United States who will undertake if
released to leave the counti'y.
In the- House of Commons this afternoon Mr.
Gladstone, in reply to Mr. Gorst, Member for t
Chatham stated that. the Government. was sensible l
of the gravity of the condition of Ireland, but it a
must select its own time for proposing any desira- r
ble measures. It was a social and not a political A
revolution that was in progress. The Land League t
started when the Conservatives where in power. r
Though agrarian crimes had increased, he believed
that the effect of the Land act is extending. In -
conclusion, he described the present state of Ire- 8
land, and declared it had no precedent in the past 1
fifty years There was a strong presumption that
the influence of the Land League was behind the 9
awful crimes committed there. He ited the letter
written by Mr. Healy, calling the Government a set
of brigands. r
Sir Stafford Northcote said Mr. Gladstone's c
speech was disappointing, alarming, and unsatis- (
factory because it showed vacillation. The Irish
members declared that the Government by crushing
the Land League, encouraged the riband societies,
and this was the cause of the outrages complained
of. Mr. Healy defended his use of the word bri-
gands" in dE.scribing the Government. The House
adjourned for the Easter holidays.
The Stand bers of Parliament, held yesterday at the Reform
Club, decided to make strong representations to
Mr. Gladstone in regard to th-e condition of Ireland.
Several members expressed the opinion that a new
Chief Secretary for Ireland was required." The
Daily Ne',s says: It has becowie pl tin that Mr.
For..ter's administration of the Protection act is not
a sufficient safeguard against crime. The arrests
seem rather to have stimulated it. The armed
force in Ireland must, if necessary, be still further
increased. In certain districts there is a force con-
tinually acliuin against the law by means which it
would be disgraceful in any civilized country to
tolerate. The time has come for the Government.
to strike, and strike hard, but it is all the more in-
cumbenton them to take careful aim.

THE CONDITION OF IRELAND CAUSING
GREAT ANXIETY.
Recent .liurders the subject of qrave consultations--Aa
Irishman's stern rebuKe to his rountrymen-The
Present system of Gooernment criticised.
LoNroox, April 5.-The Times says the condition
of Ireland is a subject of the deepest ausicty to all
the members of the executive.
All the landlords of Counties Westmeath and
Roscommon are now under police protection.
Mr. Patrick J. Smyth, member of Parliament for
Tipperary, replying to a resolution of the Tipper-
ary Town Commissioners censuring the recent Par-
liamentary action, says: Cease your balloting
about things you do not understand. If you are
not utterly lost. to every sense of patriotic and hu-
man feeling, weep for a land reduced to a condition
of savagery. See the recent outrages and reserve
your curses for the league of hell, which has
brought all this ruin and shame upon our nation."
The Poll Mall Gazelte says: "If difficulties simi-
lar to those of Ireland arose in any foreign country,
we should wonder why the office of Viceroy was
not put in a commission, composed, say, of a good
lawyer, a practiced statesman, and a sensible
soldier. So long as the old system of Dublin Cas-
tle continues, whether Mr. Forster remains or re-
tires, the Government is practically committed to
the same impotent mi-takes as took place 50 years
ago during a similar ordeal."
DuBLrN, April 5.-Chief Secretary Forster was
in anxious consultation with Earl Cowper, Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland, and the Police authorities
yesterday. The recent murders are cauinag seri-
ous anxiety.
A COWARDLY MURDER.
Assassi.ns fl ,iambnsh ottemupt to .Mho't ean Ir'h Lanid-
lord-they mw their mnir/', b/. ;stantly .,ill hi,'
SAuter-in-liu'w while e the prlty were dr,,'ny home
from Ch,,'r'h.
Durr, April 3, ISS2.
A terrible tragedy, arising out of the attempt to
assassinate a landlord, oc:'-urred in county 'Weit-
meath, on Stnday afternoon. The report reached
Dublin on Sunday night that an attempt had been
made to murder Willi m Barlow Smythe, of Barba-
villa House, near Collinstown. He is a large land-
owner in the county. Mrs. Smythe, his brother's
wife, who along with Lady Harriet Monck accom.
panied Mr. Smythe, was shot dead, the bullet scat-
tering her brains about the carriage. The party
were returning front church in a carriage, and
while driving up an avenue several volleys were
lired at them, the bullets actually riddling the car-
riage. One of the first shots -truck Mrs. Smythe.
The horses took fright and dashed toward the house.
When there Mr. Smythe raised his sister-in-law,
who had fallen forward when the shots were fired.
She was quite dead, a bullet having entered her
head just behind her ear. It made a frightful
wound. Death must Lave been instantaneous.

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE.
MoaBTL-A April 1.-The Oxford and Cambridge
bout race was rowed to-day, and was won by Ox-
ford. The weather proved fine but windy. The
water was rather rough. The tide was not partic-
ularly swift. The wind was favorable. The bet-
ting was 5 to I on Oxford. Cambridge was the
first afloat. Oxford was a few minutes later. Cam-
bridge had the station They started at one minute
past one to a capital start. Oxford dashed off at
38 to the minute. A magnificent race ensued for a
coupleof hundred yards, when Oxford began to
show'her'superioritv. At the Point Oxford had


drawn out half a length, and although they steered
somewhat wildly here their immense superiority
manifested itself, and at the mile they were just
clear. After this Cambridg'e went all to pieces.
At Hammersmith Bridge, reached in 7m. 40K.;
there were three lengths clear between the two-
boats. Between Hammersmith and Chiswiek.
Church Oxford widened the gap to half.-a dozen
lengths. After this it was a mere procession. Ox-
ford, going in capital style. led by fully a hundred
yards .at Barnes Briqge .(I[Gm. A9s,).,- and further r
widening the gap they by twenty lgtbne
of the easiest victories ever known in 'onnevtion.,
with the race. Timef-20 m. 12a, Ma A, r[
cans were at this point. "'

THE lIANLAN-BOYD RA9R--ANj 4 -AN.
-' UEA.Y WINNER. '
LoiNDoo, April 3.-The 'race between SHalai'
(a Canadian);iad Brydawonme oft on.thQe'T.e this
.afternoon. Boyd won the toss for .gsitionasaz


Loemoo, March 29.-The Marehester. fup_"n-;an'., ,
London correspondent says he understands that th ..e
bill to be introduced by Sir Henry James,r'e -
torriey G general, on' Thursday, imposing .pe .tie
foi corrupt practices at elections, will copfa.itelt:
disfraiehisa Sandwoich, and deprive C ies4r;- 'Mab-
clesfield, Oxford, Gloucester arid Boiitr iofat lbt1'
one seat each in the House of Commons.

Smrrrxzic.-The latest scientific uriobitydnspA-" r
ed by.Edison's electrica lrawa, a.la.dy'- br'qgh, ..-'* : .-
.which a tiny iuncafdecet...aparkc take' the .~f.ie 6
and. outvies thdbAlivItnmy of a 'diamond'of thd pur-
est water.---Bub perhaps ,,a ptili,greater soiutrfoe"' '?
ourtosity is'ti.spePh.qf St. Evapsus Wilsoa, Ho e
iond'rlrmns the electric .light .and ffv.ors. rga. o. tje ...-
.nd tha4 .the fi.er gs es top auoh lihptap i.
uent cpae too much ; sdfiO ,
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hose the.north side of the river. Boyd dashed
way with the start andwas a half leogth in .f6'f
S,a few strokes. Hanla.powever, sculljngin fine
orm,-qaught him and in half nmil w'as clear of
uim. Hanlan's Hime to the Rediheugh'tridge wan'';
minutes 23"secotuds. By'this time -Hianwfan h -.tt
wo leiigths in front atd the' rtace wa overr.'' The
Canadian was in aifininficent 'form, culling tasily,-.
nd well, not pulling more -than trinty.dight- .'
trokes a mintite' a'nd winning easily. ..... .. ,
Hanlan made the1 first ihite' in 5 .minutes 46 seo- a'.
ronds, the fastest tin'' ori'fecord on the Tyne. -

To the Editorof t'he"i ,'R'. Gazitte.
DEAn SIR,-" S. Mark's," Smiths and "Holy
Trinity,"-Hamilton Parish, were both handsomrelf
nd appropriately dressed bfor Easter. At Hly,
trinityy the fine Altar and Cross were covered 'with"
ovoly flowers, and ferns awd myrtle. The Praye '"
Desk and Font were also very prettily decorated.'
At St. Mark's. a zealous,. bhnd of workers had'
oiled hard during the afternoon of Good Fridayt
and the whole of Saturdaiy under the able-superin- '
tendence of Mr. J. Scott Pearman, who is always a' "
leader in every thing good and useful in the Churc h'
and Pari'h, and the resultspf their labours, as seen
on Easter Morning, were certainly very beautiful. '
At the Altar a temporary Reredos was erected, on
he front of which ran the Text "'The Lord is'
risen indeed," exq4uisitely ilhliinated ini red mnd"
gojd. Above it rose.three magnuifi-ent bouquets. of
Easter and Calla Lilies and Ferns, the central one
surrounded by a scroll containing the words "'A:le-
uia, Alleluia, Alleluia." The Aklar Pauels"were
filled in with white, bordered by dainty ferns. "The
Sanctuary Rails, Pulp'i, Prayer Desk and Gallery-"'
were also tastefully decorated. The Font was a
mass of white lilies and roses rising from a bed of
rich, green moss. The young parishioners had'; '
certainly attiven very earnestly to beautify their ""
Church, to do honor to the Day of days" and to
glorify God. t, u r "er -
_Youra veiTy tril.-,'. '* ;

April 10, 1'182.

For the Royal Gazette.
PEOPLES' STEAMER.
Our London corresprnd-ent inat'ins is, under
date 23rd March, that he had but one reply as yet
-the timn? being too limited-to enquiries raade as
to the cost, &e, &c., rtf such a steamer as we re-
quire for our work, and owing in some measure to
the builders of known stability, having so much
work on hand. He hopes however to have all the
information desired by the next mail steainme.
PUBLIC FRIEND.
A copy of the Rules for the purchase, owning
and working of Steamships, under British or any
Foreign flag has been sent u-, and :.an be seeu at
the store of S. A. MasrERs, Esq., front. street,
Hamilton.

HANDS ALL ROUND.
Mr. Tennyson's latest patriotic ballad, runs as
follows: -
First pledge our Queen, my friends, and then
A health to Eugland every gu.-at.;
He best will serve the race of men
Who loves his native country best !
May freedom's oak forever last,
With larger life from day to day:
He loves the present and the past
Who lops the moulder'd branch away.-
Hands all round! God the traitor's hope confound!
To the great cause of Freedom drink, my friends,
And the great name of Englandl found and round.
To all the loyal hearts who long
To keep our English Empire whole! *
To all our noble sons, the strong
New England of the Southern Pole!
To England under Indian skies.
To those dark millions of her realm
To Canada, whom we love and prize.
Whatever statesman hold the helm.
Hands-all round! God the trait-or's hop,. confound!
To the great, cause of freedom drink, my friends,
And the great name of England iound and round.
To all our statesmen so they be
True leaders of the land s desire!
To both our Houses, may they see
Beyond the borough and h..- .hire.
We sailed wherever ship could sail,
We founded many a mighty Stare.
Pray God our greatness may not f4il
Through craven fears of b.:,;ng gr-it
Hands all round! God the traitor's hope confound!
To the great cause of Freedom drink, my friends,
And the great name of England round and'round.
MR. BRADLAUG H'S CASE.
LoNDoN, March. 30.-In the Court of Queen's
Bench to-day, Mr. Clark; the plaintiff in the case
against Mr. Bradlaugh, applied for judgment
against the defendant, notwithstanding Mr. Brad-
laugh's appeal to the House of Lords is still pen'd-
ing. Justices Grove and Huddlesrone gave judg-
ment against Mr. Bradlaugh. whose opponents
design to force him into bank rnptmy, so as to va-
cate his seat in the House of Commons. The
judgment given against Mr. Bradlaugh is for500
in respect to the first occasion on which he voted
illegally. The question of costs stands over, pend-
ing the result of Mr. Bradlaugh's appeal tothe
House of Lords.
The LAND ACrT.-Most Rev. Thomas Nulty, D.D.,
Roman Catholic Bishop of Meath, has -refused to
attend the Committee of the House of Lords to
inquire into the working of the Land act. In the
House of Commons, Marcl.til, Mr. OlGdstoane. r'e-,
plying to a question, stated that arrearsof reat
nader the Land act would be a subject for consid-
eration during the Easter recess. .
RUSSIA AND GERMANY.
LoNDON, Miarch,29.-The Provincial Correspon.
dens, of Berlin, says that the recent messages be-
tween the Czar ahd'Emperor William will do much
to allay the apprehension aroused by: uncalred foIr
and unauthorized utterences lately made in certain
quarters. The report pit'lished "in several news-
papers of St. Petersburg that a' regimental banquet
had been given to Genetal $koqbeleff is entirely un-
founded. The Standard's despatch from Berlin says
General Skobeleff has been nominated to a com-
mission for the reorganization of Turkestan. The'- ,
appointment is considered a kind of honorable&
exile. ..' ro -
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