Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00072
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 18.-Vol. LV.


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The Club again dtrw ltrt-e Louses, ou the 15th,
1l7th, and ISth instant, at Theatre Royval. Pro-
pet-t : the piteces e-leted lirin-" Bottu,:.tne'1 ,,on,-
inug fi''e A Kisb in the Dark,''" allowed 1'y the-
well-known Drama by ('raven, entitled "Meg'.
The farce was pei ftoi rued with great spirit. Jea.l-
ous Mr. Selim Pettibo.ue" waia before us in Serr't.
Ferry; Msu-eeptible but viltion-i Frank Fathntm"
ia Sergt. Blononr. Mr.. Emoe-ruy was a lively but
also virtuous Mrs. Pettibone-" -: Mr. Clit--1.u u
a pert '" Mary," an' duly senil.Ile of tihe indignity
of being kissed by stra.nv'-? gtntleoren.
As to the Drama, it is ouly fair to Aiy that it
was a capital piece of acting .-l ro:nund.
P. Mf. Sergt. Morey's Drvoi...lire f.tarmuir w.o- as
blutt and hearty as hit,'h a tlharact-r.h.,iild be, anti,
at theo same time, brought out, by sni..- vt.ty artis-
tic touches, the really grrpiug nature o(f *'Jereliny
The "'J.aper Pice.,u" o.f Colour-S-rrgt. Wil-
liams wias very life-like. His ru-tic siplic-ity,
not uiinmixed with rnbtive si-wilwdne--: Lis lo.,iVr-
like rtitiidente; ad, last but tv't lest, thie 'outbutr-t
of mauly feeling with whi,:h he tl -utou-:e_ a 1 .iotltr
who, for his own sake, has ins ilrted ,i wion.m, we'ir
admirably r-u-td-tc ed.
aSert-t.-Bugler C'h-esurin iiadl the monst that pu.-
sibly could I :1 !:-. f the rather slight part rof
Roland Ple:ou." It is only to be rer'retted that
the piece does nut a chiaract-er no.r- .:;apabl"
of bringing,. out his vig:.t n .is and lively t.yle. W"
wish him a more c:ouagenial part next time.
"Lawyer Eytmua" wa.. properly stitf, p.:.mpous,
anrd iot to be trifled with" in Serat. Dwver.
Wo think that should I have given us a slightly
older and more Theatrkial," if w.- manyr usse th,
term, '"Ashiley Mertoln, lEq.," -uan Mr'v. Wil-
liannis a more energetic andl hu-l-band-buntiung
Mrs. Netwell;" sIe was rather too., enbiliued f:or
the part.
We mutst. ,-,ongratulate Mrs. Chec-smau o-u ti:.-
umAnuer in which shl, realized the miore serious a.-
well as the frivolous side of Afeg's character.
Mrfs. Emery was good, but a little stitf., is C,:or-
fit seems nece's-ary iand this :pp'lies chiefly to theo
female chari .t.ers) a more careful ,nultivtioun of the
art of rtag'e bu-iness." In thi., no better ex-
*amplar coull be found' than Sergt.-Bugler C'hees-
man. He 6.e-ens to po.sesq, rorte than any other
mernher of th,- Club, the power of throwing lJin-elf
thoroughly into:i his part: stand it is froa tIhis that
natural and appropriate stagee I'tsinu-ss" ai-ttlt-,.
0$er'gt.-Btinu.ler Che,.-mane-au- -ever:rl of hii anew-
est comi-. on,-"t' onu ea' h. uverhr. Thi,- s,-. ni.- ar-
rapngements -were, and the Baud(, of tht-
R. I. Rifl's '.ave their able assistance in r'-udeiin.-
the performance a' ompl.:te and well-merited sue-
o thse editor of /.o* I-;eol U.-etilr.
DBAa SIz,-I am sorry to inform you that the
Blight is injuring our Potato crop, but on the
whole I think we will have a fair return. Tu,,ators
-our early vines are nearly done yielding; the
late ones will pay best as they will continue to ad-
vance in price for some weeks to come. ,i' ".. .>,-It
is generally thought that owing to tht. Blight de-
stro ingall of our little ones, we will be ent short.
fully one-quarter of -,what was anticipated: our
late red onions used to give our largest return:
this year they are nearly all destroyed, our climate
seems greatly changed, or the seed has. On the
return of the S. S. 0i,',-.,',, we may expect to get
high prices for the remainder of our unions, as we
are getting them out of the country very fast.: some
of our Parishes have already slipped rds of their
crop, so our crop cannot last long.
Another 0.
Smokers will be interested to know that at one
time the use of tobacco was a legal crime. Pope
Urbane VIII prohibited its use under pain of ex-
communication, and in Russia the toba-c-o user in-
dulged in his luxury at the risk of having his Lo-se
out off.
Richard Grant White says of Aaron Bir : -'Burr
lived until 1,36. I reme.umber that as I wals walk-
ing one day in my early boyvhool, with iniy ftithr,
in Maiden Lane, he poiiietdl aost to me- a little,
shambling old man, with a rumpled white cra-
vat, hair whiter than hi-, ceavat, anut a. ru--t .
looking black coat-a veiy forlorn and dilleful.
looking creature. 'When' you are older,' my
father said, 'the time will come when you will
remember that you have seen that man; lhat is
Aaron Burr.'"
The New York Yaiht Club invites all yacht clubs
to a contest this year for the Amnezia Cup.

DEI MR. LEE:-Will you kin.Uyallow TrT a, TO rFIRviiERS and O WV RS' < s
iriiall sp-tee in the C.olainus of the Ga:etlt, to WpeSk a at n1
iu btrhalf of our Planter.s, to akowldgean a c t of ofBER-IJJUDI. PRODUCE.
kiidlu,&-i dou?-,ur i-outr iu the pat wtek. be' th 1 e b a
Firm -.ff M4ssrs. Trott Cx. Sui t of ki .1i- Large ssorm tet of Aetv and
u-hul t I lowed to p uotiUndersi.ned will give ,ii personlin FL o s ionablof
,,",. 'huntd' ,,t .,:. :.IlvwetT tc, r,',-s utrnotidte V fashionable
oIr Pul.,li. This Firmn has .e en doing their vry lention toie forwarlin of BlH'IlUD.1
1 ,st. : t lo -:lp our .o 'untry in itrivi r to opeu tit.1 i' Io) !(UCJOE to tire coiigWment t te] .1" of' "- '
En li.'i market, i .as t' ri-li.-vi- ri- of the brpllu "17 ge1.1 6rj nP r) ,('.g il) y ,d-
rju.mntity .foiiiiN r,-,iot irr,' f,:,r tie N-w York mr- F. jO/fi A) -A;' 0' 'Co.
k-t, and thu,, to rirtr,-nt tho New Yolk wark,-t -
eng .tt'i,, it irt i:l.iitn,l t.. that NE, IOltli, drig the present tse.n. r oun London and NNew Yorlk, uit: fo tIor le
wii.tll lt ,. Ira.nd ,,1:, ie'. It jiunt or, o iunits t, this: "The highest mli rket rate- ar,. obtlniined :.d ac- i'res- nt e soni, iay to \w he seen at their. Stores
Af we w.,ull r.l :r f ...ur ,i .,,ns to th,3 count sales returned prouiptllv by thi. well- 0' the Undersicgr a.d.
En;-lih market, it would .lII that mu:i-hi extra mu.' knjii and reli-tle Firm. libeservices of a thoroughly competent 1il-
f..r us i II w' e wo ull not Luhave -tt:nI othrrwi-,:-. liner, 'f 5 years expierienea in leading .\ eritca i
j.- we llj 1i- 'sur.... sll tlie r..-nii i.. nhr r ,ily J i JABEZ OUTER BRIDGE. Estiblihinmeut-, having. bet i i ,aijbtined, oldoerq
N<.-w York :it *-:,... ri..e a. In toL t v.-e wvoil real- damnilion, Bda., \pril, IS-2.-5 l',r \\to k in anr,' bran:ci of lil!ineiy ein hei
ioe jilut .: l,rnLth f.or tht- portiou trint t,. Nen- Y.,,rik- quickly cxectnted in tie last and munt l t..Is!ioll- 0
'a- if v.e had sent thie wh.l. ienu there wor:ull 1.. bett-r .ti-fd-hvin.uly Lemonade. Orders Ior stamping C(roel, Ir'iding and
while in Euglat d. t na.e inqtiuri- .,t t'i an .Npet E d1m-m rimbroidelry Patterns % ill also receive prompt
in that iuarket anl intended hrviu- boat hoer.- to 't ad careful attention
go d(ireut, but aI .ufli. int frei-ght wn-. not o-fterr-Jd J. II. T TRI.M'INGHAM & SONS-
iY ,,ir Prople, thi, :i- ltlo-me \ ii'. l. li'n l. u O h A il .
tl,,-irreceivi u late i,.ii.'-i.-i I ,itwek, artl th.-re Persons desirous of SHIPPING 1sth Apr, lse.-3
Sbid e0i1utl I': ui. '':- *.ior. ..ui' us in PRODUCET
theL,: Lutid.u market, tla":y i, iediatUiLt had Had PRODUCE e.
Bilh, priut:-. autpl.a.ed through thicountry. sh.- Throuih V'. H. PENISTON, t, the well- th w
ill- the F.umers tho.t wa.-s unoth-r ch e: known Firm of eMES:ts. T
which wa~ rea.tlyv .pre'iated. an* I think we e Undersigned has just received
on tlie tra. ki tiji tinte. On the tioival .t thf? j Djf)/ Q fs/ l o 3 i l 7
SI S.1 '1" ll.- p:i.,-. iet for ottr o..nion-O' f L wai yVeI' "III it e .plv ril "N
Inw, but was wliat we u-ight Lhavo- E xi owil NEW YORKN
to a FI iin-, T-Tlegramn whi.h ws-1 sail to h.:-lve tl -n NEORK, *
receiv,-d on th- pri.-i:,us Thirsiay via Halifax \\ill have every facility afforded them to do so
from a Firm in New York to partie- hr,:-. inufi:oiin- on applying to From ENUL .AND and Nrw Vot.K, per 8. 8.
in th-em that the prie.-, of Bermuida Produ.e wa TT Orinoco,""
very low : it was nut posted ly H.IT i B-;.//, but tle W. ,T. PENISTON, .
sho. k wI as 'raj t to, our Farijrs, it .1 inin r early in 46 front Street, n 1 T UlP1' T (.JIEq lEH- VV
th,.. ,. as,-u for die iii..t- to fall -o s,.ultuly. This H amilton. LI P ll S I ItC A 11 N I'; N
bad n-ews threw gloom wor ovur Prople-; *-o wlir- April IP, 1. i2. --tf. .. A 80A. ,' I C II l !) i I .16A.4G1
you would, about oure strtets, yoviu woujl hdar tihe-it BI'SCUIT..s ofr ll fl BUTT'ER uver ttls affair: it cmaused 'tdreat riu: RY 1 C' V T jO IA.SI Ti ins of OY-S'IER 'S 8 [AM( NI
to pull up their green oui,, but would not ell t. 'OCHRAN i Co., SALT S %G E Lunch TONGUE.
until turthr nuew. On thea S'S. 'OM T Idptha prices w,-re found much better thanie Ce- CO1MMISSIONi M ERCH ANT-"41 IoIt ((EEF N r i 1 Mro1v hU&.11 LK
porte-d. I runy add thatoan 4 wat nll tli.t 96t Park Place, Newv York. Oli 'N G. >NE E C ).o & .1ILI
wa, otiered for ouiJn,. (On the arrival., however,', _' te 'Fi"E &. MILlK Clo-ol :e & Milk
of S. S. F,o.i'f--raih, lr Ageuts ir.ame.- f:orw.,rl ..t Persons wishing to .Shi1) i-Jlrnulnsed M1I LK Fi in Boxes
o-'nce to help the poor Farmers by raiinug thir- 1, li:, 'f .. M I' L TAiR. A t'l) MU 'TA' l)
onin, to4 1 6, and plurchai,ed largely f.r th. Enu'l-i P") g- 1 Ja .r.., of i'r-served (r INGER
mlatht ffor the t '":a' 1-,r', and S.". li.,*..,,..,''. i -aIand SA CES of all fl iaO 3
Sauinu.r iall,r Pur.:has.-.s to pay the r ;ilire- r1.-, i To .-li..Ii,Fe an.l strictly tCopminr ..ion HIou- s .o ltK INo: '-- large a"nl' d soa'l
,ni.1 u uh kinew. .... :-ht nctvtr I.e fre:.trt'. 1 ,an .: so 1.y applying to the Uidersi.gned. P i E FR (AJT-in botIles I) \'TE-
f' thoat theyv l,o.e ma.L a -a.- -t..ont-- wh-. will rt,,er any asit.ntu :.ded. VAI- IN- CURItANT'S -Pi'!I:',
Iheru- :1 chuo:il'.u !t, and in a -'.io -..1v ...utni.tri- JI 1 6NUTi i M C i C LO %.
atnuLtlv hop-irthat tl,:irietiiuswilll... d,anl.--t,..1, L'*oupt ales aud remittances made. N l'AI U 1C CLOV '
aunl thi tlhiIs ipenmuin.-d ht hi" th, otiti. m< ..-i,f -f,;u.." I A A'lL I U 1, OilA "lPie01 i .iseedi e
t l:r-ig- trai, n-xt ve-ir. A .'ur PuiPi, r.-: le..:.k- ". H ALLEN. PLX'.-El.-: ] 'fins ol i'res,-rvtldB -HE I' 13OOT
I l _alidl.tou. Ap E1, G11%): 11 +' Sin l Ie .+rvd ;E
mu, foiv M.-. f-.r .1 .-rnt nia-y uew ini.r.v-en ti t. i ou. A I CA ic 'lipere H t IN
at that titLie .iu1 it thi- En '-li-it ntr:it I -.' l, it i
"will l Ct O &e....
----- r lRElld Str'eet, Hamilton
,,Fl .d otret f ailt1 1And also expected fro01n ENGLAND
StuaaRrE CourT, KINUSTON, N.Y., FLB 7rir 1+3. \Villortonl t h l-i I...... ; .... I. I' Ii. o i -... .

The ,-;nse of Jacob F. Genther v.s. The Atlantic
Mutual Insurance Company., was rs'.-umed. i
C'alvin Fio-t, E-q on behalf of the defendants
made a tourrual notion for a non-.uit onu the ground i
of the unseaworthincts of the veisel. Motion De-
r ied.
Donald S. L. Lee, a member-- of thie firmi of Mid-
dieton & Co., commission and shipping inmeehnts
doing business at 4') Excilange Placo. New York
lity, wasthen -woin and testified as to the part the
firm with which he is ,:onnueted had to do with
the inuringof the .iA/ecrev-I-i, acting ar the agents
of the plaintiff.
The depoitionu of srweral parties were then iead
and offered as'evidence.
Besidlus unon-:.ompliance ,nith the conditions of
the policy the defendants allege fraud. It appears
that before the tug A.--' ,'iri, had left Bermula,
on her trip, a letter was received by MiIdleion &
Co., whieli was delivered to them. On opening it,
it proved to be an au'.iymous commuuini-ation in-
forming them that it was intended to destroy the
tug ('. F. Ae.h'rwai: in older to obtain the iusur-
ance. The insurance eompauy thereupon itireced
Messrs. Mid.letou & Co. to c-ouiuOiji::ttc: wih tihe
plaiuntif in the suit, and inform himi that the- com-'n
pany wanted him to cancel the policy. This Mr.
Genther refused to do, claiming that he was unable
to notify those in charge of the tug before they left
Bermuda on their trip. As the tug started on the
3rd of July, 1'79., and was foundered on the 5th.
Mesar-. Moore, Hand &- Bouniev appear as attor-
neys of record in the c.oe for the dlfeindarrts, but
the atturuoys pre.-cnt aind trying the rcas on the
part of the defen-'j aren Hon Cual-in Frost of Wo't-
clestcr county, and Treadwell Cleveland, Esq., of
New York city.
The insurance case was continueid.-C.ipt. Fred.
.Luckenbach, Jacob F. Genther, the plaintiff, and
Treadwell Cleveland, one of the counsel for the de-
fundant, took the witness stand and were examined.
A number of depositions were then read, after
which an adjournment was taken till 7-30 P.M.
Judge Ingalls having Mtated that lie intended to
hold an eveniing session for the purpose of having
the case closed. On the opening of the court for
theevening session Mr. Calvin Frost, of Westchester
county, summed up to the juiy on beh ilf of the I
defense in a very able manner. The case was then
summed up on behalf of the plaiutiff, after whi,-h
Judge Ingalls very plainly and carefully charged
the jury and they retired to deliberate.
KINGSTON, N. Y'., April 13.-On July :3, 1S7'', the
steam tug C'. F. A.,krmae, own.d tby .t-.Cob F.
Genther, of Saugerties, left St. Georges, Bera-mul .,
bound forNew York. When two day oiut ie
foundered. The vessel was insured iu ube Atlautiu
Mutual Insurance Company of N.-iv Y,.,k -ity l.,r
$S,000. The company relusod to po.., ,.li.'I.nor
fraud and charging that lie vessel ha-.l I.i1 aliii'-
posely destroyed. The c'ase has been ..o riti in
the Supreme Court for three days, anul tli, R u. '
noon a verdict was rendered against th n
for $9,335. An extra allowance of fioe per cent.
was granted.
The Prince and Princess of Wa.'es CondirW to tCan-
ada.-It is Atat,-d that the Prince and Prince-s of
Wales will vis;t Canada next season, coming by
way of New York.


By permission of Lieut.-Colonel
F. at. C. CROFTO1,
in'ninn,,A;.,., O.n>A "rl i T-;.T. T RflA,

oI ".UIg a t.o|Lly.uIl --I. 0t3l .A i rll aLlL u J es,

Under the Conductorship of Mr. BROWN,
Will give a Vocal and Instrumental

Tuesday & Wednesday,
2nd and 3rd May, 1882.
April IS, iSS2.-3

-.-. -:

M. A. Office,

No-tice to Pilot and Mariners.
A Seve-n Foot Black Cann BUOY having
L- been placed in the North part of Orapsy
Bay; for expeliiiental purposes. Pilots and
others are hereby notified thereof.
This Buoy idlos rnot mark any reef or other
danger, and lies in four fathoms water.
Master Attendant.
Friday, April 21, 1882.
2 Captain-in-Charge.


A LL Persons having Demand&
Against the Undersigned are requested
to render the same for settlement; and those
who are INDEBTED to him for advances in
anticipation of sale of Crops, are required to
s'-ttle their respective Accounts ON OR BEFORE

laluiltou, Bermuda, I
2-.1th April, 1882. )

NIT d-14 4

-...-. ... ii- .< T u rnM. u+ i nOt ,u Ahort' I IN t IC I .
PRODUCE during he Eniot,,, Sea-on to the .-. -i TI
to-lIn in- well-!.u ,n\v hons: A nice lot of' (L.sswAnE ailu iet
o.1-.O. \V. SPENCEE & CO., I7 Reade *r' STONEWAE. rIE UN(DERSIGNED is sorry to inf.orin his
New York. Wh c- with al1 .he abve, elstom ers thateap
B. OWN, Do'.VINTER & 1!{JON, 5-. \,'y for (ash. IOn and after Monday next;
Wa\hingto,, ~Inrket, Ne-. V.,ork. I JOHN BARRITT, Owing to the great advance in thie pTice of
WAR '41-I & ,E I:lT' r, 52 W. Delaware Corner of Victori. Stect & Eatt Bruadway. LIVE C Ti'TLE, he will i compr!ild to in-
A I i.e f hilah-Ipia. ,. crese thie price of FI. E1-. It l-.IF two pewcs
STi.ENCIl. P1.i I.4 aI all urllir inlor- laruit, pril 2, .__________.. per pound.
,mt..ion utnitshed u,'1 pioii :i.,-. QUn ne ( THOMAS MILES.
-\ il I ', 152.--tf li i Ulamilon, April 24, 1882.

James A. Judoe,i
fleo/./cA,. Coi ,nri.iosi JlrrCiatu,

4i; tud 43 Broad Ave., Wa:-;ntuir uak.t.
r'Ii E UNDERSIGNED will re-
presenit as nsual theo abi:ve wll knowvin
lI iti, and till lie at all timib es rc:ilv to receive
a ,il I rl'ward any I'roIulice, a hicih i;I, i .-e --.'rht to
;I ra:Ie. Pr'omnpt jlt-a s a-,A 1tiick reltrns glua-

IIited Ale.t market rates will be oibl.ied.
Of"f'e ift .S/oe of '. 2. Conye Is.
Harmillon, March 21, 1S._.--2uiOnaths.

Merchanldise Broker and Mariufic-
turers' A gent,
125 Chambers Street,
P. 0. Box 2726.
Z Special attentiolt paid to
Bermuda ,lIipments.
Now York, March 22nd, ISL2.--tf

Notice This!

'Messrs. George W. Spen-
cer & Co.,

c rIrruuit ba "yobitice,
187 Reidle Street, New York.
Iref,:rene--North ltiv-erBank, New York.
C'ni-.nments respectfully solicited for the
above Frnt byv
46 Font Street, Hamilton.
April I- l-;S2.
Co:tte drinkers should read the advert Liement in
another column headed OG.or, Cevir.


Corner of Queen and Reid Streets'
NO V li"<'l,[VINt from LONDON
Via NEw YunK,
SV IT rI: Victoria LA\VN Do Stripeld
Laidies ,n.l Gcnn's 111O SCRV', &,-.

Gents and Boys White and
Straw H ATS.


always on Land.
Ilamilton. Ap ii 21, iS .

The Emporium,
47 Front Street,

Are Manufacturer's Agents, and supply the
public at LONDON PRiCusE in Bermuda.
System of Traliug :
All transactions are for C SE-S, either before
or on delivery ; the lowest prices being charged
for e-ach arti.-le, anod 5 p.-r reint. discount, al-
lowe, on all purchases of 10I' and upwards.
J. H. LP. & CO. liuve muchL poleaaure in an-
in.'unoing that th. -v -re now in position to off'r
antl give to, the Publici of B rinuoian bett r value
tbau in any previort. year, a- tLu-y are Manu-
fai-Lurer's Agents and only sell oin Conimisiion.
CIustouers who have bot-n lol-.ased \ ith the
Gooids they loave biinght fi-rom th(e EMPORiUM.
will greatly oblige by fav.:oring uis with their
Iecoiimenllndations amongst he-ir' friends.
IIamiltern, April I., I3$2.-2nrs.

Cook Wanted.

CJ 0,00 7,/ L0 :m 0 T.
.-Aply Lat Ruyal G.,zeate Olic.
Hauiiton, March 21sti, 1882.


Late Edward Feild Ast-

A Ll. PRRSONS having CLIpIS against
., th. lh ale of thl e L.t e Caplain Edward
Feild Astwo il, are requested to forward state-
in-n!s of the snlie to the TUndersi',ned, ut the
Ollice of the M ir. It. I. D arrel!, cO or befobrthe
kteth day qf iay iieJ.t; Persuns IN IM) iT ED
to that Eltate are required to make paynient
by that date.
Warwick, 24til Apri', 1882.

S The Choicest TEAS

In this Market
Can only be obtained from the Undersigned,
Agent for the Halifax China Tea Company,'
at St. George's, viz.:
Choicest Hyson1 3 b.,
Oolong 2/3,
English Breakthst 2/6
Souchoincr 2',
Congou i,/i, 1,9 in family caddies o! 5 lbs. and
iO lbs. ecah, all bearing the Company's Trade
Every Family should avail themselves of this
tare opportunity to enjoy a portion of this
great luxury.
St. Gorge' April, lS!.-tf

A Rare Chance.

.1 A very SNU'i IOR10R PAIR of


(i t 'i',) itbout 144 hranlb hi,4 ,
Sold f r noo anit, thle tiw.:er inutaili lto leave
tne Islaniids it a. I 1vw teetis.
Apply at "thoyal buzttLe" Office.
April 3, I862.



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,. e m a h ;ill other plae.-s Her Miiajesty 's bC'thday io to be e year ,Rud i..,1 i.,e I iu th.-.,-ivi. ., of d o l t,.,r 20
TR.AVELLER. keit AIt, kualqo 1May 21. t yv.,,r,

1 T11 /[. F.;;tur r-i *]:e K,,Z,,e i I'.,:,':, under the :i te wa,, u, noble o u It is
Le Stil,-' n' ." f,_'w t *.,.i AI, tf of 1'rater iutere[ t ,.t f i.i.--' rl-y f- ir mel to vto into th e h if tt' ,,f it,
tt: nw' II t,, the lli'l.,l,- i.' 1t itti , ,ot lh v..rtln it im.-t be ku Powi tok Pla l. Iiu refiei u.,-i to the
t' te -t.t- ., tit .. .":'i- i r-,1 t' l .lll' n f :.:s tr t. t.- i rl A r n i ,, ,.if ', lio,, .:ie r, it w,-i- -. ,'rtrted to I.-. i the w ork ,f
at of a f ir r,:!u,_'ti iu ..... ,: . y,:,r ,.,ti h-.Ir, w .--r:. MI..'.1. Tiott .&- Cx. Tlat i m h,:.eeds u) M Iu lo,, I ,r h., tI publll ... I..f ,.,u r', i ..ll hiiC :h .0 ii1 pub i- r1i, -"tl u,-or h.,ill I unil,-rtake it, ae it if qu ite
. .I,. f,-.l.tin. 1-,e .ii .. iu lt. it.. l.-.i. ,hu 'iu l til leri I. we alle to take .ari l :f iti,,lff; ]iut thi1 in t-1 I iIirt
;i to It ,Vt. l b,-u a I,,..,:ie. ,f i,-utl l.:th.,ry:[ htu 'iug.' ,of a ,,istauet- fro, M : irs. Trott & Cox or any ,,ue
over th.-1 p..:, At thi. .,-,e ,-f th: .I t er,,T, 610- l e ,:,tsi. its meiIl bero,, t. wiit,-it i tdverti-,enmeitr,
iO,. hovi,-v>:r, r'l ,tte,7lmt w.t.p lfIa, byit :t few puil.- ,r i .._z- it- aftah'-. We ,iu however fully ap-
"^ l i ,. s p i_, l '. eu t l e t t ra i t- .; t lh e p l u t ,:- r s ,:, t ...f .r3 t,,' i t h e <:eo iitp l iu t,: l ft, d m la e,, p. i rd o u e d f o r
the -ir 'i1" t
thir 'ip V.i t inhkle :Ij. 1, with ibut p'itiil i',':- t:.-iu- .1t little proud .f the- k'-uowledicde that thn:.e
(,:."? Tt wa1 lSttr it-lit, ilowryer, to tir I,. ta-I '-heutl-n..u art' our trieund-,, oulY, li'.,- ever, iu the
:,tlh,:r miiinl iu -.imil ir ,i,'e.ftius. The Iegiuu.iu .''IU-.en tlitt thIy arte ,".' trie"uds din teonuino with the
If i':. y'. ir aw it |i u Ionie t otellt throw I pl,'ten the whole ,oI)IIiiiiuity tf plnter-s. Me-srs Trott &
. She.d-. tor the? pul.-Ii.- :-,it, whi.-h thil M',y,:vr ad C,,x have f,_uke euouw.-h t,, kuw iwhi. h knowledge

SCoipoi,.at iou of H iailtO10u -etI lii:,er.l miudlel 4 ,I.,wet-r, iother- ,,-n:m .-ldl5 tI la3ki that the pros-
it I:.uu.iu'h t, r... Th,>:rop -.ea-ou th,=u ,,p.-u,:d, prity of thie whole nieaii-u the pro-pelityof the
- ;iIl -'nult ineoui-'t'l their with ,ipr .-0" iuto exi-teu,:-,: v.1ni,.,1i part,. Lt nuot tie ft:ew d.:-'eiv tht-nisqlves
it tie Ftireiir- Chiils. owinl,' to' til. with the belief that Trott &: Cox alone are our
7 lw ii'.tru: ',. tire' f'.fr ,fui,,-, ti 4 ,.l w.,I- tikeu n I:v f'riud-. "VWe have thie ,:,od wiAh- anIUd Isyipatlthy
1 few pl.tiuters fr.'i S..I .itI.fitlipt.,u, whoIlipl.r.dl their of every ri'-'h't-thiikiu-' liiU 0in -the oL,5ony, the
ut prilir.e m ilt:r .,r. of ,u- ,f tlh:ir "nutil- er l.,21e,,thl raies of wh,:m it" iilfoIed .,pp),.iite tile fe -v -,ppor-d
tih: Ii._.- d.1,--an \-eut, by thle way., whi,.. w.:,ul,1 t,. us, w rauiMl , thent to I" hide th,.ir dbMtinised
LI.Ve V.,, i."0 I' p:-iMle iiil,:r thill, d ,.t t ,. .' This ilheads"'' in mliame aul eoufusil'. Let me Uit be
,, Mr. Ja%,I; it..- B. LiudUtyh, Ldip.-,I, of tIhe iisunder-'to-od her'., I -uiplv uds,'.lely those
Il"Ir,.' to t-1 1 .,iti-,fartli-na of hi- I brother plhtnter-. very f,-_w wiiL) hae -i-lled thenselVi ou ai 'aI-Id
Tlhhu w.., iu Iu 1r ,ite.-l tie, FiitLiers' C Oul. i ,:f l>2, ei.-'ll'-eUe" by tilt>iri h,:otiiy to, us. Let tlihe-, and
S 1l t,. S,,utha:t : tiiii u .tL Sl.:,ulti..,l5 0-,el,:0u 4 tie tlhe- l nlioue' take up t i-' tut.Icel-sq, tlhey will find
1 ,-,u,,ir 'if I,-i.eluuiii'., to.1iio.!ut itipreeedutel i iu 1110ny' eager to meet them. It will 1bo well allow
l tiI: -it,:r' of P1:.-r1i:u.i, iid tiltIe ilud ani iufluti-n,. fo'' certain of the-e parties tI: rernnember that the
S.,t whil.- i innt y. .t I:, I.. ..rc-1:u. A1t little lIt:r ou pl.imters are not without their influence politieally.
The'wi.k Pl.iut.- Club'' wa.- established If thlic- .'hoie to cxr.i-re tr? power they can
,I, firiji aud ul.-f itiii 1 .ii.: built 11 aU ichi.mri to a e tent .the politicale sppe.:-t of-af-
... .ntitiftio:, a.,l ',ct-ruotd bh' By-laiws, iud it" faIira-. T'i- i, .ti,,u will Mo:un 1'ike place,
e Ili-iil":-.r'lijI h -I.on .u iI'.r,?siu.- week aft,.r 1au1l it wild not 1,, t ilmiss f',-,r certain partie.z to ic-
y w-ek, -Ir, -in''-. u.:-r- nit-i fr[i thi.:- uighb,:,rhill i it, lle r t0'tit tIeir .i:-ti.-,iri l.,eiunguarrowly s8eiru-
pirl'-rM --. :- I Z1.41. a I \\' ,;I.k. Oth-ir v iiiiar ,: -o,.i- tiuiz,:d, t i 11 tli it tfle pl:iuter anud freeholder a.f
,:t ': 'e l--. tt.,'t.Vl tip in lV.irlius p trt-,I of th.-. I n'2 i.-i miort'e iwke' to the reuriti aI I l-e-1te'itSi of
1, 4 I.,1 u i., \hl.-Il, ,-t ,:,,1. tiuue to ,',Ow iu "nuu [,er1 .11,:i" i:pr;,,Peutative thin le o,-. e wmIR. Thi, baiallot
r .iu l iuit '-u,.': tintil thlie t i 1ln11 c,:l,:u is b1 .u-ud tI etie.-te':l a li".'ht >:h.,u-."- ait thie list g-eu eletiou.
u-I ylher iu n bou,1 ,,ont' t.winl',, I.ifi.. elelood :ul 'il TI- Tlie Fnri'-r'- Clulis ,.,f '1S2 iay il -) liImake their
v 11'0 iutert.-t, wIL.nhIi ti-,th an' ,.1u br1i'-ak ,:-x.-pt it Ibe pow-r felt.
1 tie t-itlpiueue. N:'. uuf ithifiilut'Sn if the peo"plc. Au atteipi,3t i aL.aiuh madle to op ,:u a market for
tiit u eive,5. our 0 .rpli-hl.7 r.dui.c iu Loudou-with what aii:'"'es
It m.,y ier i 1-.- I.e k,:l. wh lwer tlhe-e .s:iietiet r.-maiun t., be s:-eu. I Ituuot -ee however that
t it-,.l," Tl.e natiter i- e't-i'y fou ,Id. R lght .ir u '-li i. ,n 1e., do.u I .f c we e direct -t, .-',I uom-
wr,, ,o th.- irupr,:,-i..,u y.,t :l-,...a,.l th itit : t lt tcrs runiui,.i.ti,-_i with ithIt p,-,rt. Iu all times ,_of distre,3
ere tIe V-i.:till- .I 1 tu-, .the mi :,Viu.'t ,pi -it- *..f aui ,.xtntr-n tity tie- L,-a-I.itnre is :,or ,oigilht t,:i be
whi,-I iVi I ti t fi- i.,u '' i -i \ .i, iin.[tu M .- ,t, u. an ,d I'.'k,.-l to fr ii, t,,r't tull pr,:ite'-tif:u. W hy ,li ti'd tl:. ,i:uly a6 y t,., ,:1,- k-. ltt tite ,i.llil, t w .t I,:,t tl,:. L ,-il.itiii': .-iil.,-ilize two un i-cs at tlhe
f tr tIir -u- p ,ut,.r- .,.. ticiti the ?i.i-m Iei int'o I.i.''ily for 1,'..iuoui -' ,-f tIe Iey' i .i 1 r- i- U t o two trip-'s
',,lhiu_ lh,. il.-. ..,1 t t! it- I.o i"p- n wvhi,.l tl:.-y -t ti L..:,.lui in Ap- -d ;i M ,v. It will be urged
were 1 t p..u:le t ii u ti- ly t,.ur uL.,-ib t1-u ,:e. I, thit th -t it it e in April thitV it'Iin, piy l.e-t in New
Im ut1 vr.It l I _lu th,-- ,.,.,utrar- I thiuk it thil. v ,:,t Y,.,rk, I..tIt ,Ii., ..-t let li 4 I- ,h: a11:. rt ',irhte-d as to
1, itur.i l tliiui it the rtil.,l. aiul ,it thi-s -r",uI, if i'.',', tih,- IIi iu,':' ,.f l,, iniu__ .in theii r iui'ket umnd
u) tlh-r exi,-t.1d, d .,fu-ible. Thie mt.itiv,-s ui' h ait uiii fI:t k r .1 fil '-mre tl.-mlr.-r.try buefit-a
of til i lu l-,f v hoiii I -ia l,..i t, -n\ I ew,,- :u. in c tul'i 'ra'ir]u it th,' .l.ii'w. W e know to tur
'f wh,.-irted tleWarwi,-k PI hteir' Cli,, wi- pure, el.t whit Ne.w YXrk 1:.1. me;.ntr i:f late year-?.
:1 u- ft:'r tiil' "..-o -r '.:,,:il, lint Il, ',,oufr wer i:- the S,.ii-,i,.'-in.' -,teTnn-r', f','r the L ,u'l,,ii tri h i sii,,e-
S .,'iu'.ipl. t fCLi Club Ilput i 1ti a,'tive top-.rttiiou tlu' -whi,.h ttii'Aht toi be drone- for our iprl't,-tion
th iu thl 11,._14t ,.] i.-:i r.i '-tilitv I,-r-I-.u to ifui.iuite-t. 1u lpr,..p:.tity b\i tih L : -'i-_ l 1ti-,... S t h a thiln
its,'f it e,:rtiu e'r, lt-, lI.:I-e. Thii- h,-tilitv, Iap- h:uold nu.:t 1,e IfrI-t t, ' ]iiterprii. Ie and lprivatet
S ,irehl-u-.d, wa-. ba,-d ,u tmiu belief ti.,t these t:lul!iS ri-k. The Loundoii inIIket u:e olieu to u-, ,our
would ,1r1reit th. ,'- prolii. de'e.t i t- ler- ,- e..tiu- fe.:,rs fur the ftuiture ill vauiili--:iud w e have mueh
the arlliiiit iliie t.hle l l.v t11. i: whoi w:re, r nigh-t i.atiuse t) fear tlie ftLuliei--it i- at I.edt a dark :tnd
iu fnittn'e 1 i'il:om- i,:ll.'i,.-i- ,.tf tlle-e iutitutiO'us ; u,'-ert tiu l.l, e Let :-very eud-e:ianr, therefore, to
tait it th,-?p i, rti,.-,I w,,-ill olir b-la.r-v a;id at op-ri tih- Loudoul Mairl:et to) us. Ii- made ly our
tiht'N sliii.- till_ exI:ei,- :.i little t.uinin,, "ru'-, theliv own tGo'-runitut. Tlii I b.eliteve is the only prai:-
wuilil 1 -e tli it iu.'te.ii,- i.f ,,.iu r injureli the; w.nul d ti>,:..ble way cuit ,'f our ditti'iltie.-. The people pay
be,- I.,u,:nttl ,y t- pi'traeti..Il wor.klui' -:-f the club. their tixes iaund they h-LVe 1 riA-ht to expect that a
f n- ,l f tih: by-lw-w iu'le, wa. frall:d e1-1-pe'ially porti':fu (f thi mouitaty shill e devoted to tile fur-
I f.:.-r rh.-I: .,,U,'ttt-- iUi m t, 1, a it l,.,ve thie planter theran.,:ie of tll.-ir intert-t-, in auy way.
I ti .l.: w-ith tie Itlt wit ,i, a- .-,to: Inu rea.rd t':, the Ouioi n:r-,p of the present year,
il. iu- ... 1 dirill'-" tile -itoul',r. Let mte li-ere prove it will inu i.ulk be etlxatly the r,.wr-e of that of .
tn iLid how tie vlu.1 l aret a dirt,:-t beueht to ISsI. Thie-r, is n.:, ui-it whatv.e-:r tir the planter
the It Ili.-i.. Th, t-- V tir- t we,,.k we were in ,:x- to- ruili hi pro'ihuie it.: U iinrket and -.' -itilce it.
iN.':.l:,: -i .1 ,iil,, Mi. 'R. K,- I p.:. w1 .- :-i .:.iut-1 to., L--.- thIu I pt r late '>,:,t ht -uever to have been
.,tt:u'l1 t- ,- i.,1|.uiii :l,: p--r -.s. T,-- .s-N On ri, i luu'iu.-r ti- pri--,-ut o I-.n. Thi..- late Lrop is
tli .....\-v.:uin_,,of tlh, i't .1 lh- ,t ..ti:d th,: (.ie of ali ,., t if u,,t e ti-',ly dl,:Ati.oe 1 I.livht, aud the
all t,.- I.uti..u u- : 0I'-r Ii .-. ,iI- t,.' Mr. J. F. Bitir-w, early white oiiou g,-ttiiL- f.i-4t 'ut of tlihe market.
at- the r it- ,-t' ..Ix X.Id i.y tile lub. W thl.u h.:I I doult mt.:.h if ti.- i f ioti -'f 15S2 ,x--.,ed? i'?5,i0o
IMr. K c'. 1tt,1d i. I0i- 11:7 lihi-:r f-:r pl:,y 'eutf, i.: lit x -i, ,r in t the vry fittlie.t '21iiJ, 1111). Thlere i
iw.- t..ld that -,:,t1 .1 t tlte i'.lrie- iuter.' te,. i iu tl it no: u-e:1 thf eriTtre to -r -iI- :liulter to t,-:ar about
lit.- were' :1l-i,-62 liiI i Mi. B.I viri,,us aii'ut'tfs. ri..,'. Iin the middle ,,f May onuins will be in
V Iet wi:ll, ., ii Ir. K-.lipe, I wxill .et oii au ,r.ldei idei'-iul, 1au111 it w:-ul not iu tile le:-t surpri-e tilme
friii th le", parties to i ,-f:.iu thei r p.-Itiou ,of the if I. isu a',a-.,iu ,:,btaited, .
iu':,'ue. II' W i' ., I .,' i-i,.. ot tilte he-n'us itade-ted I feir, tit t I h1iv-e iOcuipieLd more of Your
6h,.owinu_ tlbe ,l'-iiite.t heiitailu.y. Let mue a'k it 's p.,i:e thai y11,1u co'iull' rea-1l,,ouly spare. Thanking
Mr. Burr.:% a .- u...t dire':t!y l.,,-ue-tt-.i -by thie ex-l y,:, for yoar favor I remain
i:t,1,:.'.-:,f tih W. P. C. r Ani l.t,-rv pro,,li-e dealer Truly yours,
wih., trl.i-, 'ithi tll.1 .l-l. .- -.,n t.ik.- tlie ,aui- o.ur-i., JAMES KEMPE.
iu-ft--.i .f d i-it.eul'iiig toI tile Ii,-I.If uunu.nnlY thir:-ats, 'V.trwiek, April 28, 1SS2.
a.its .'.imel it them, I knuoi, It ve t1e. N... ln'ge'r A rallither liighable tfeatuiira in connexion with
a a'o thi iu l-t T t -.,lat' t pro-ldi. dil-l'-r iUeta llet- the. potitenr of tie W. P. ('. is said to have been ile
Itp ,.f thl W. P. C'. .nil olt.-r-. him i 'n:i r 3 r, per t rciii. of a laiiVer, in ordeitnr to try andl fix a ease (f
bIux tor his ouiouo. Th,: reply wa.i that the Club libel" Th'e -learnied gea Ileman is iail to have counted
piii,:e .'-, 1 inidt tiht h' tie,-ldl nit timdIr-ell. He, the mnes, lookel into tlie Cea.s, and declared for the
w,.1' ttle,, t,:,M that if lhed tlil uit either -iell to him edf-lation of the lapplicalit that this was a free coun-
inr .-lip rhl..ugh hi htautl., hi. -tflit d-alehr-w,.itld jtry. Tins, h-t.wI-er, ii but t.,wn talk. Poor mortal !
put thie -:Mar-,hal ,:nu him beftr.,'e t i-- it. This .-Ie i,- ') ph1'" $-,' fiP ino rm'ttimilii i 'ehl any bare-leted
I) luue.tu-o a s,,hit-,ryo ,--, aIud is ouly ,L.-ive-n -sa 1rihu n ti le stlreat wr ule ilave given hlm for tn1o'
sarulleof tli- "'- i,:,.i! -.j- I.,u" uiei ,. I ,: es thi.i e.t ,.
no-t :i.-w h ,,- tilitv ;iud m-au--,IiriteIs tvrauuv' I .
rtraiu fro:.m ,I l.,i thit.r th-e t ,m e of the r, f,.or {F,, tl, l,,y*l ,iv h.
],e his alte.idy -tii.ti.ieilit!y iuilur.d lhi-n-If Il that PEMBROKE PARISH CHURCH.
ahty'. w.,ik. Tlir',P ,.',? tiher- h.'.',:v,-.r whlio h;li-ie [MR-. Eri :.-I tlull,'-,tau,] that a Pariah Meet.
,It-,"-,,-d t,) u,-e .-i ilar lt u. 'it.t.'-. I wothl i i e' i-, to Ie :al-le I oI Sattnrl.i of this Iweek to tasl.o
11.1,k- it fle t:-A ill..ou.,-I tu..l t-hit the iW P .' ,,ti:,n upon the -ulbieet ..f resentiung thle Church
wa.I, u:tt.t -tt.-d t.- -lhi!-.i ,Ir ehl-,kt. kutvery Ir k-n,-ve IS ith iopr--n Seat-, iusti-adl uf the lresieut old1 style of
ill .UIY f.,in Iit '.,u ti, ,,-r Inlul w., -. 'ft in. pesi that are built again-,t a 0iu plastered wall
ten,!U t. allw auy h..,ue t ",ud iuhlustriou. men," l-,-r w ,iu-,..oted, that llqrlor., rats. :o.:k-roa..;he.i, &e.
,.f 0lr ,&0. i:tf t, 1:: tofrauize. i ver u.1 thrn.atd:tuett .l Tldii :.ineru improvenimeut is ei-,timated to be cheap.
'ly auy lproi,.ht:, iu in tii1it-u with,.ut i"t..Vrd- er in the I- u-i thau i vepaiiui the numerous pew- .that
i..- the p,:r-,u .d pr.t., ti,.u i ,., f, .ir or hrn:. : ,, l l u s and ae. The Chiur.h
au,)th,-. The torin thi t pir:.it1 tiou will t re io. oU" fuu.rlt i.N ltut- au' i a.entiug, over a0dl above the
Iiu,_' ,it pr%-n:it. It will ,q I, it-eIf wli-u the o.r,.liua! 1- rei uiri-ient-,, it it estimated will mnet the
pr.:,p.r ill',nioft ,rriv,. ML..,uwhliil- it Ivill i.-- ell .it t .1 the w,.rkim pr,,gr, ti proldlt e as little in-
fo-r thie f-.- :t,1 \-d.ry f,-' piu-,..itl,:, de.I-r- iu H i"i- ,touienieu.-e a o iOuhile to the Snr\di.:es. It is
ilt,:,t t, ..u.l-i'.,.1 iud th',t th,.'y, a-nuot auwl ',, .. .' c,,u~c-inpl ,tcd t._ avail ,f the ,opportnuity without
t 'rauizt- .v' r .,iul '',.,tr,_,l thl liii.riytl' .f time t. 'i,, ,- i ad-l-i t., thie .-t, to iraprove tie pre-eut awkw:trd
alud- i who thus ,I- u thllir ic r.-i' iii the tit-W t ,if I p,',-ti. ou,:f the Citnu':el S,-nts tIiat -tnid vw-ith iacks
theh'ir Icr'we. The lit,.,,I ,,t th.,-e l.ia\,e he.1rt, wlii, I turn.-i t. tie. LIld'ls Tal-le ,ai iN n,:,t the i-li-e with
wri'u.' Mt iua ('h-,'t-r frit" .t hu r erit tinfr- at t a ,i other ('ltniIh in tl. i.',.,l,_ov at auv dinomiua-
Rtiuvine..- e -till iii,:v- ill thi; v-iu.1,'it Eugli-hLneu b ti.'.n, b; I-,oiu'_,' t'hm similar to thi-- N-rth ,ud
ev,l.u il thi- littl.:- Col.ou., au1d s'-? will -,hv. evtIu in SItth Traue:-. p,, BEa-.t tiun- W'est that the C,,ngre.
this'il illetier Iil it we .-,r- uot .lt,,o-,.ther tiu -' ._'lti'il ity u0-it i, e.Ioip lli.l.. ti turu this ir backi
worthy o,.f ,.tf' bitithli;-'iht. up..ii O11t s,!,h-iu ontl., be.antiful C,.iimuniou Se'-
It will i.- -eeu I li.-ve ti-el the wards '' pro- vi... It wI-ill _,v' well for th,:.-.- w!ho approve the
du,:e dei ler'-" iu-t. ..d ,4 tier,-hautt -i in y lle-ttr-- (,lc,:t,, .in.i fe-e. au iuter.-t iu the Parish Chureh,
an-t' ii ih e .ln,' -,., :t,lvi-edl% It i- unt a.giin t tiii: it L.- uoft h.ithind all the -:.tier churt'hes ni ti-e
t ie n_ i u ai ,,.., ,n I ', -' tint -e urc -- anythtiii.', bitt I,-,i..dl iuil-, ,_,r- t ..f worship, to att :nd the meet-
a Lire.l t ih-n.e appear- to --.,line (lenr Fr.,nit St. to" and h .lp to a'oid tnie of te turtugs in
asi ",1:0U :,i, *-:.rp ,,--.i:, !:,I:til. Bit whlly ehaiill, OUR.TSEIR-VJtF
t h ii e:,, W h\ i s h ,:- ultlitt i ,t e w hI:, l e l l n 1 t hil l '
liltU who litii le tlit -,el t,:- ,:'u.- ";'.! tin-t thlt ,:,thet': ----"
\iy ,t,' ., hit ,.ir hir,:tie dt: ,er;, iii. I, '.. ,oinin SIR GiEORIE "ia.rES is having a number of eol-
,.aun?.- -itti tt, aud i:-ti, "tri'ie tlit'.;:ethiei f'r hulltuil den-eti-i m.let at t',: Crffice of the Board of Trade in
teun--fit:- They al,.,u' ,.i t-inW,.r tli,',-- ,l'ie-ti,:us. Ea-t Bay '.tuett, for the Imperial Lighthouise,.
The week j'ul, pj1t a, w O-, au x' itiu.n ,.'.--it re. Th-y are very s-iitiple anut effective', coiiistiug of a
ii,iu to I-:i- et-ti whiethi-r it will be tie- l st. Thle woe,.i-n box, shapled like a desk, with a ttop of win-
gauntlet wa', thlir:,v ,,:,iwu, aunt the pl.iuters- were 1 d1w pl&9Q. The bhx is li-ed with tin. In this is
htit -.l,'w to ti ke it up: th.:. re.:t.ilt is yett to be ',eeu. loured -ea water, whi(h is conileused on the under -

My alv-i..e to, thie .I.inter- throuii_(hotit the i::uuiitrv Ki,.e of the glass IyiUsolar evaporation, aud trickling
is to -t.-inli filll Unit your-.elve., in i.h-i,. or join d,-,w'u into a tiu gutter, falls into a ves-el ouItNide ita
tl,-,- already in i xi-tf-u,,.-e St-I' n ,ut o'tit 1.1. a11 pure audfresh :. -rain-water.-TI.c ",st.'/,c(M/h./,t.
a--eift iur iul,,lo-i,, be lunt ataiil to N.p:.- k andfl to .fiarA 25., 1,2.
a. t R.u.,i:ml.,:r ti't tih: l'-al. of your wives ,ill The Cauailinu Senate haspassed the Bill, thrm-ti'h
-hilre.u i- at -tlike: nuay.I v.ur V1 'nVy lilerty to.:ou- P.,,1 ie.-,.lii I.'" a majority of 40 tor..11, levaliz-
tr,,l whi,:ii i- hi-,uet-tll y..,ir ,,wn -ii at -t.k:' ing mnariare with a deceased wife's si.ler. The
I,. p.,,r illiitt..-r, .re thi- ii:I who IL' t- to oil 'votoe is tdeniledl a dei-iv (- oue tile te ority bi ei-ug ,
'i!it aud -t diy ilk,-auy t -,f i.n.rdU, f'or a I.,.ar.? ._-er than was expected.

,,, fi ll.:i. 'I ,,;i:,- h -- I hiulv'. 6t1.! Ql h,..,t iIlliIr, a ,l The R ,',:it,-ts aud Expenditutre of the LUnitd
"tlhe w ud in :- f wi,,.'.r' i ,. .,u, .'1 th ,t ,:Pfteutim,. ,(,u St.-te. P,'t O1the tilp t)o 31-t De,:emLb r 1SSI, sh owe.d
ur u.n ,,-l il,,:,,li-. l ,ua. I .v,, L ve toI -t U, all a .surp t -.f r,,'ei.- r Expenudittire of 67N,424-
thI-, .. filu t i,., je Ip', ,,f :Iu t ,' ,tin ,Ir,.)p ul d il 2t. This is tl'r first tluarter .in,:- ISo. thatAthe r..-
.atill m,;r. Ili frt.,iu r.i'murit-ritiu. in .C'.,tliu, vuelit of the td-partmeut IllIT exi:eeded the expend.
tier--ftore, t- i f 1'.'nr 1.':-1 i-u'. it ,uii iu V.iiu r uunitel itl re.
pIlIw,.-' .'-el,' 3',ilt' m.Ittl 'l.fetv. It is The Guiru Linte Steanmer Ar l v''f performed her
tA I ..,!v tll.- t y, '. I .,11l ,:- pe'II 1 IVi tly 11-01' .u.fittel. la.- t trip fr-'im Liverpool to New York iu ti-v- n d ys
A 'o-. lit-it-i i .i-inru.- to thl Pt.'" -"-out out U ix hour-' nil' ftirtyv-llhret minutes actual tiu', It
hvf th' WI. P. '. ,o, Ti.sdi v .,-t. :tdvi-iui,' plalt- io d:I ,n-d th:-t she h.liha-;t mi e hi.u'-y in lher to oc-i
E..s t,) o.'-tilt within Mes'rs. Trott .&- Cox before uun- e,:,plih the voyar e from SauudyHi'x.k t., Queeni-
deri'elling the club rates. I thiuk Mr. Trott's offer town ia 6 days 2u hour.


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ilHamilton Amateur Dramatic (Cluib.
i H a I, i-I.t llOU A m it I n r r .ii.ltic ('ll i.., tL. e '- ,i -
uiuag of M.:i'lvy lnd TU,'l:iv 1i-t.iwore their 2ud
of-i'ie, of p,.rfornian'e '?t the Ife. hanio's Haill, Ham-
ilttu, with the full btr-.u-hI, or the (',,aip.miny. Gil-
htbrts' ('oImnly in thr.:-e nr:t i:utitle. d Toid Col.b''
was th.- p;.'., de r.- i:.'. r on bth o.,-'ions, follow-
ed 1 on the first evoninm by Beecher's Farce entitled
In the Wro'ne uHouse, or N.)o Duke Street." and
on the w~e,oul eveuniur lv William's Fairce entitled
On and Off." By kinud p mission of Colhonel
Crofton the l.aud of the Royal Irish Rifles was in
attendance and perfonneil a number of plea-inar se-
le,ctious. The stage equipmenti, inubh the same as
on the previous performancee, were reliablee to. the
taste and skill of the stage Man.iger. The s,:enes
in AtsI 1. and II. of "Tom Cobb" were the Sitting
Room in Colonel O'Fipp's Huuse. and the sc.n,:-
in A.t III. was a Drawiun' Room in Mr.Effingham's
Houqe." Thie seleetiot'1 were not perhap; ro well
adalpt.l t th' on their pr,:--:i.)us rappearauce to
show the v.-rnatilitv of histrionic power on the
par't of the 0':l.Inpio', biut nc-verthell-i they exhli-
bit'-, the t-l:it oof thi- pei toirmers to a highly (
able extent. The were not so enrouira]ing
as previously, the weather 1,.-ing somewhat disa-
greea-bletand many Leing pr.-vented from
atteud.inu, A .ousiralle numnier of visitors
ro:,nized the Pfoi:,jr an,.es anl expressed theirappr-,r.
ciatiuu of the rich Dramnatic treat afforded then.
Pjaymaster F. J. F,:.gin. C.B., has been placed on
the retired list from th' l2thlf Mar'h. with permis-
sion to assume the rank of Retired Paymaster-in-
(From the MInlrtial Ga:elte, .yoeember 8th, 1881.
There recently arrived in this city from Paris a
Dr. Souvielle, bringing with him his invention call-
ed the Spirometer, for the cure of such trouble-
some and hitherto well nigh incurable diseases as
asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, and the like, either
chronic or transient. The Doctor has fixed upon
13 Phillip's Square as an office, where we paid him
a visit on Saturday last. Intellectual, evidently
well skilled in anatomy and physiology, a linguist,
capable of Nrpeaking five languages, and possessing
appa' ntly, th..rough knowledl'e 'of all the phases
A.d i tails of the variour, respiratory diseases from
pr' obir-rvation, Dr. Souniielle proceeded to
xp'lhiin the ,'e fir ooperan.'di of his invention-the
Spiraeietr. It is ingenious yet -imple, and after
he:a.-in-r the Do.-tor's -explaaation', the treatment-
that of inhalations-seems very sensible. Certain
medications are placed in the instument, and are
thence inhaled by the sufferer. These inhalations
Src-. naturally carried direct to the organs affected
by the disease, andt, of course, prove in this man-
Der by far the mo-t effective. In Europe this
mode of treatment i- now thoroughly recognized
and practised and we learn that since his arrival
here Dr. Souvielle has treated most suc-cessfully se-
veral of our own citizens. Persons suffering with
guch diseases as head this article should not hoesi
tate to visit the Doctor, who gladly explains his
method free of any '-harge. He deserves success,
Itnd if able to achieve only half of what is claim-
ed, he will indeed be a benefactor of mankind.
The charges against the Marquis of Huntly have
been withdrawn.
The Arctic expedition in archh of Mr. Leigh
Smith will start next month.
The debate in the Spanish Cortes on the treaty
with France was the occasion of exciting scenes.
Our Madrid correspondent shows how the govern-
ment triumphed over the protectionit opposition.

D A Supp)lemen t of Nine Col-
umns accompanies this issuoeof the Gazette."
It contains six original coi:mmunicati,:,ns--one,
of which. A Farmer," wags unavoilably
omitted from ou! last issue-Particulars of the
Death, Funeral. &c., of Archbishop Hannan-
Parliamentary Pr' ceedings (Budget. Irish Af-
fairs)--per ', y ase of Sus,iects-Dr. Lai-
son to be Hange---'craps, various subjects-
Terrible Cyclone, &c.
MARRIED, on Thursday, 27th April, at St-
Paul's Church, Pagets, by the Revd. J. F. B. L.
Lou h, Rector of Pagets and Warwick. MR. AL-
e-:RNO, SvYDNEY BLr-sa; of St. Eista-tii. to EVELIN'A
FLORENCE, daughter o,:f Mr. William T. Jmnae.s of
Turks' Islands.
DIED, on the 2Sth ultinm., of Typhoid,, Fe-ver, at
Bellair, Warwick, EarLY, aged 2S years, second
daughter of the late Eusebius J. Lightbourn, Esq.


1T'having been proposed and saneC
tioned by the VE;TRY OF ST. JOHN'S

Church be rIemoved and replaced by open
Seat.; th_ Chan>-l ea:ts to be pla'.,-d like
this iu the North and l south Transepts, East
and.l WVst; the Walls whe-i'rc the Pews are
r,-io'ved to b. p]..steorei instead of wainset-,l
Tnis 1. TO 'i.vE Nni :' to all Persous liable
to be aes.s.,- fur C'hurc.h purposes in said
Punrish, that
c1 Jleli/ns will be held at the
T I V' I. .;1L,, Hamilton,
ON s \T'UlDr.Y NEXT, tlie Uth of May, at
1 .-,.!,icA in the '>-ire.i.,-,n, for th- 1,urpose- of
takti ilt e c,.nsl'r1.jttion the work
an.i l ltetl a' in.

By Orler,
Chi/ ,rch esty 0'erk.
Pembroke Parish, 1I r May. -, 2.-1

LAt j 'els(,s nh,;vi, ji t '[i ? L \ 1I vs. tile
Und, rsigr.ed, ar reqi. -,io I i o r,,d-.der Billk,
for saime. by (-h .l,t.y next, f',r papinen;, and
all P'ersnt's IND: I- l )0 to nns ;ire required
to I';Iy lheir cco.unilf in fu I 1 ib t datte
P.'.rties 'who lhai e r. c-ivc d iite r A c;t. OlIN 1'
aro.'r pect'irnllvy.a.ked to., witrl the lme-no.
wriff~i'atl to t of iame.
J. '1. DARRELL & CO.
H a-. ili(. A pri l7, i.,1.-.. :i,; .

Over-Coat Picked Up.

r HE Owwner, 0ot application at tlhe
-Royal (G3lette" Otii,:.e', .a obtain in-
formation of its whereabouts3.
d- '.fThe Ownmr- will Luve to pay for this
advirtiseImelit ani.l dreiune-iate the tinder.
Hamilton, April 26, 1.5S2.

By Pub lic Auctio n, Benefit of Owners, Underwriters,
UADER THE BIG SHED). and allColncerned.

The -Ith Instant,
30 BLSr. *briglit .Mu.'covdo SUGAR, ex
S reta" from Jamanica
10 Bis. Choice Family I'LOUIt
3 Cosks Corned B1F-'F
I Case Mixed SI' f ES
50 New York II.AMS
50 Qr.-Bales New York II \Y
15 Tubs do. do. ItU'I'TT "
15 Barrels Kerosene OIL
1000 Lbs. Jamaica Green GINGE R
50 Gross-Chaces Comb MAI'TCIlES
10 Cases TIN, suitable for covering shed
5 Cases lib Tins LOIISTFRIt
10 Caddies i!Wk. Tron \CC), lts
5 Qr.-Boxes Lef' TOBACCO)
25 Boxes Superior BISCUITS, just received
from New York-Cornlill Extri Soda,
Lemon flutter, Oyster, Sug tr, Milk,
Ginger Snaps & Nuts, Mixed I'ej, Pilots
3 llhds. English ALE'
m Ilozen Striw IIATS
2 Dozen l'airs lend'ss PA-NPTS
1 do. Men's WATER PROOFS

1 Superior

good ai any work,
Shipped contrary to order, aud sold on Ship-
pers account
24 Pigs Iron BALLAST
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
Ilamilhn, May 1, 18S23.

... ; N notice"
0 Concerning Steamer

In consequence df small receipts the tri-
weekly trips via Somerset will bo Discontinued
from present date.
The Mooudyno" will leave Ilamilt n for
Ireland and Boaz Island daily at. 9-30 a.m. an l
3-30 p.m.
Hamruilton, ist May, 1832.-1

Notice! Notice !!

PARTIES INDEBTED to the Subscriber
are requested to pay up their Amounrts
without delay.
45 Front St., Hamilton,
*nd .May, 18S2. J
),lonist copy once.


First and Seconds; fair size mixed.
O Barrels Returned,
Apply to
42 Front St.
May I. 1SS-2,

344 Washington Street,
;New York,
respectfully solicits coniguwients of BKIt MU-
Personal atieinlion given to thoi Sale of all
ship ,,ents
I-Ilghe ., Markets Prices obtained, 'Promnpt le-
A cunip tent Malti will be uuder the to
receive ajid forward Con-ignmenui per e ihli an..
every Sle.iner, or oirhrwise Hs nay be required
or directed by pirties shipping.
7 is the Shipping Number.
April 22, l ..-. :. p II


On Thursday next,
4th instant,
5 Bls. MIAL
25 Bags CO )RN 5 Bags OATS
12 flags BRAN
30 Qr. Bales HAY
3 Cases Canned GOODS
The same having been damaged by sea-wa-
ter on board ebohr. Cook Borden" on a voy-
age from New York to Bermuda, and abiau.
doned on Survey.
St George's, May 1, 18842.
Colonist copy.


Sth May, 1882,

i The Undermentioned

0 00)
Damaged ex Schr. Cook Borden" and on
survey recommended to be sold for account of
,Underwriters and all Concerned,
25 BLS. FLOUR, "Loto" and Impe-
J0 1 ria.l"
25 Bags CORN
25 Bags OATS, 5 Bushels
25 Bags BRAN, 100 Lbs.
20 BLS.. Kerosene OIL
2 .B 4 Cases Bright Twist TOBACCO,
40 Lbs. each
4 Cases Gold Leaf DO., 20 Ihs. each
4 Do. Do. DO., 25 Do.
20 Do. Day and Martin's BLACKING
3 Do. Casteel SOAP
3 Do. I lb. Tins LOBSTER
1 Do. 2 lb. Tins OKRA
Do. Clay PIPES
10 Bales HAY- J A .
o Boxes Family SOAP
1 Ice-Cream FREEZER
1,"00 ONIuN BOXES, material to make
And many other Articles that will appear on
day of Sale.
St. Georges, May 2, 1889. o.-

(HE.1P E O11 CdSll,

SAt I'k-esa io unit the Li ,
Just Pfceived Per "'Orinoco," fr,
and NiKw YonK,
A Choice assortment of S
Consisting in pirt of
LADIES ID1LS-i (,a-)l>S
it.VTr and TI .11MING.
r'1.OW EItS FE \Ti.:lVRS
L. C'S .G'eit's Straw II \'.-i
i'ms DiLtt Diti., HOSIE RY
l'I]N'l': in variety.
Crockery, (G3lassware, T
1OO3T.'. and A.'i )l.S>.
I evn,.,hire
April 25, 1882.-'2 3p.


The Subscriber has just re
new Supply of
SThe Best Stove C(
Please call as early as possible a
saving in price by getting it from 1

F ,

- ~TT Jr ~-lr-J----~.----- xak.uv


SPRING W ie'-p'etfully offer to ship IERMUDA
DS, W IPRODUCi; f,,r -ale at New York by
either of the undermeutioned respectable Comrn
iii-ion[l Houses who may be preferred by Own-
eis, .lippers, and Growers.
IZBBJ')-i N,,t re.ponsib!e lhowevrr for the net proceeds
unmil paid 10 our order in New York which
<(L'JVES order will be given to tho New York,Consignees
or :Sale, for emi h shipment.
%% hati n'cesary to order Specie in return for
any liirmuienlt it 'A ill be insured at the expense
inware, of, ile Owint'rs interested, and orn. rs will clear.
ly unlersl.'id that all dangers of transport both
E ways 'ire borne by them.
S EY, The Corninission I losses for whom we solicit
Eontporium buSiniies are
'Messrs. JOHjNjNIX 4. CO.,
--- ~ No. 166 West Street. New York,
E and our Shipping distinguishing number for them is

No. 151, Weit Street, New York,
and our Shipping distinguisbiig number for tkhem
ceived a ii 990.
Stencil Plites with above numbers free.
O)ATL. iailn, Bermuda, TROTT & COX.
nd effect I I Apl 188rmuda, nths. Srd p.
Land effect a I I th AprV, 1882,

lieia Wharf.

TOU GRitWEM3Ai' ND UWDJ14'tS A Large Assortmnent of

TpII Undersigned will give their Personal
a-- Iutention to the forwarding ol BERMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of

Messrs. John Nix & Co.,
of New York,
Throughout the Crop Season.
All Charpes for Cost of Remittance for nett
l.r..c.eds will have to be borne by the Owner of
tiec goods.
The highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
IlMmilton, Bermula, Apiil 17, l'SS2.-2ins p.

pERSONS having Claims against
the Undersi,,ieil \vill p'ease render same
madc up to i3st December, ,8', on or bcf,,re
the I Lh iii- t1ii4 .
l't'soins )t., I 'G lill.LS will please arrange
same by above date.
Hlamiltoln, May Isi, Iv52.-twice.

From 4, each, up.
Parrot Cages, round and square
Walnut Breeding CAGES
Hamilton, April 24, 1882.-2 ":p


Schr. "MAGGIE,"

I ill Sail on Saturday Next.
Some Room left for Boxes Oniors.
Persons that have engaged
Freirghtt illl pe., so deliver ihe s-.ui li y Frdnay
evenn, 8I. inn. On Saturday uiorning vessel
v ill fill up wiih fir.'l goods off-niug.
'I he Mlaggii" will cAll at lihi l ,n oinin her
way back, and iiil take any I reighit f.feiing -at
that I'ort.
Hamilton, May 1, 1882.

Empty Barrels.
' I I1 II b'lE 31 El S of the Quebee.icamship
Company will bring to IBermuda.
EMPTY BARRELS at 10 cents
Leach, at Ownera' ri-k as to security of heads.
and condition of the barrels,
BOX MATERIAL at 6 cents per
Cubic foot measurementt*
To be moved off, out of the way of the Export*
immediately from Wharf.
This Off.r good until New York 8th June, 18 2
Hamilton, liermuda. 18th..April, 188"2.-3 3p.

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton, a comfortable and.

-& D vellingHouse
At present occupied by F. Plant, Esqr.
It has many conveniences, airy rooms, out-
houses, stables, &c-.

Possession given 1st August next.
Apply to

May let, 18823.

42 Front Street.

New York Mail Steamer.


Flam boro ugh,
Will leave tho Port of Hamilton at 4 p. m.,
For New York, to leave thence for
return on lith idenm.
PI'rcels and Specie ou Freight, will be re-
ceived until 6 p.m., WVednesday, 3rd April.
Unless previously filled, the *' Fhlamorough"
will receive cargo until 1i noor,, Thuraday, 4th
AMay. Tomatoes will be specially cared for an
'. ills of Liding will be signed until 2 p. m.,
4th M:ay.
Passenger St ge will be removed at 3-30 p.
in, 4th May. lPassenigers holding itetumnTick.
els are requested to have them endo-sed by the
Produce Receipts must be separate for each
kind of Produce and on one side of a sheet of
paper only.
llaruillon, Hermuda, Ae
2ud May, 18.2.
Colonist copy once. -

.Messrs. J. Emilius Outeerbridge
4 Co.,
Agrnts for the (uebee Steamship Company,
No. 51, Broadway, New
I month.

LADIES' and Gents Elastic-side Kid -and
Leather BOOT8,
Ladies Summer Walking SHOES,
Gents English Walking BOOTS.
(Derby Water-tights), Gents Low Quarters,
Farmers' water-tight Bluchers, 7/6,

SSummer HATS,
And other GOODS suited for the present
and coming Season.
(- Wbhch will be sold Cheap for CASH.
Also, a large assortment of
Germiian Artistic and Domestic

Next West of the .Royal Oautt# Office.
Reid St., Hamilton, April 25, 1882.-1

Shipping for Account of
Growers and Owners.



The Merchants' Bank of
du in the course of next Month, 'of which
due notice will be give. '
A general Banking Businee will bp -tlazt'
ed under the charge of N..A. TTrixL v.
Esq., Agent. ,.
pro Cwoiw"
FlHamilton, 22nd April, 1882.-3 3p.

THE PROPERTY at the head of
L the Causeway Road, known 6 PiB1|'* u
STozZ or SUGA3 LoAF HILL, in

100 feet wide, bounded on the North by the
Ocean, and on .the South by, the Fe adn
and Waters of Mullet Bay.
Apply to
SJ.NQ. T. Bdu ;
St. Georges, 29th.April, 1881-oinee.'

.. FICK HAMILTON, 2th April,8, .. -. ,,
James Bain, E T Brown, Josew deR Betbe-m *"
LL Bascombe. J Trumean Bardie, Wilso.r s ,' ,
roneSebr-"QQ4den City.' Be '"lia Ct sumw .6
Little & VwEeden, S Eaton: .F Frith,'Joseph',ishe., Antonio' ,Jose de
Freitos, Jose de FontesF Finn., John Gibbons, Gee
A Gomes, James House, H H Haynes,, Joseph T
Harvey, A R' Hamilton, F E IugIai, Edward Im.
ham, Mariamia de Juas, S 0 Jhnseon, John Light.
bourn, E A L chtbouri, John Manuel, Antone J
Marshall, Fruciseo Mendona, M V Nunes, J~'rnsi.;
A Outerbridge, Joseph Plant. Robert Poppin. Mag-.,
Ann.Robinson, Amanda Robinson, Johl Riearf. o .&
son, James H Renshaw, .Augustus T bmith, Rachel .
Smith, R A Swan. A SSmith, Ebeneser Smith,'Ju-
lian Smith, W S Smith, J S Smith, George iWout :
G V Story, J A Swith, L R Smith, Heory D Smitb,
Jonathan Smith. Tbhonas Taylor, Richard S Wil.
son, Lawrence Williams, Ellen Williams.
FICH ST. QGORGE'B, May lit. 1882.
: Brig" D A 8=1U," Barque Epeland," Bsrque
"'Gay Head," Albert Stark Ross, Alred Rogs,
Barque 1SarA," Geote SmAith, William J Talbot,
Bear. Willia atia, Jaiam M. William.

[L.S8jf. By H i',Aonor Coloi ED-
E. C. Gordon. .VWAiWDCHARLS' ACfE-
Colonel, R.E, ,OY GO ODON, ., ., Ad-
Admi"n"" istraor, i fninator ~ ,1 CumfainP 'r-
and Conmmanfder- ,i Uf -. .: and w ~heAM
,i-Chif. l ,ds,,^ ., 'c., t:.

S- rodamattiotr
WHEREAS I have theo t fit to .veneto
this present Golonial trliamati, which
stands prorogued to Wedneiday the TIird day
of May instant, I dortheref0oe hereby-aurther
Prorogue the said ulonial Ps rlixiWnt to
Monday. the Twenty-lintaii dft'of M', in-
stant, and I do hereby, by ;dwithr-le ad-
vice and consent of Her Xiesaty's ,Council,
Convenethe said Colonial Parliament;-
For the Despatch ofwb-
lie Busiis, -B
Of which as well the Membera of13ik Legis-
lative Council as the Members of t6e House
of Assembly are hereby required to.take Rice
and to govern themselves 'or
Given under nmy Hbtd as4 a.
Great Seal of tkes W.J ds
this Ffrst day.of My ),.
1S82 and in thq 45 4 irdt
of Hr Mjety'seign.
By sHi H sonr's C aM '.s i


April 29th, a8s2".-..
OTICH is hereby given that,~t.the requMst
S of MR. F. PLANTE, the privilege qf,
BONDEI YWAREEHOUSE, graiutedlt'uli t*h,
provisions of Act No. 14, 18,61, ii hia s ai.o
to the stores on Front Street known .4 No. 6t,
being the Westernrumo of the Stores owned.-
by the Church Society, and lately occupied by
Mr. P'lante, have been withdrawn, and .thew,
Certificate cancelled; and a Ceetifieattforanito,
ed, restoring the privileges of a Beonded WWaz:
house to this Store, on the application- a-d t
the name of the HONouABI JAmt-s 'H;
I Stee..M, 0sewtt


PURSUANT to a Writ to me dei4d ,
COLONEL E. C. GoaboN, Royti -
neers, Administrator and Commander4dl;j .
in and over these Islands, and under the g '.
Seal of the said Islands, I do hereby gve '"
twice that a Poll for the
Election of a Coroner
(in place of Charles Chisholm Kea.e, Esq.,
resigned) will be opened at the COURT
HOUSE, in the Town of Hamilton, at '12 o'clock
on .
Saturday, the thirteenth, day-of May
now next ensuing, of which .Preeh*lden =nd
Voters will take notice. .
xro. .fr. d, ,
let May, 1882.-2 on Sp.

. I





Ia 4 S:i


4al In

E s11:, I Lesma

DieR -4ia.Dr~sj
Dieases FtaDesloas,V
~1Jdsi~~s,.N~'AoUsIeb4L3h etilr.

The Best flIME 3.7 ENO N to Man I
C1,000 000 Bottles.
TZ144011r ,paiosl~es iea aried Properties.
NIft zuaauThe 1Pjysi.Jle to the Seitw,ds
'wUifelt iaea'tkia. the hMarch and Muguft. or the
ad logo ICE meoe A dedclcteny laIiy[lno
owaste wisGadmnd souring or the reod 0i h
,119 aehg~. 1rit it.. iediallrt. Li take In rnsodi.
*Aterylaftler ca>he2ilcnltin fre
1, ~t oonthe 14wer.
It Purifies 1i~tDedd. '-
It 4A lets the Nervos-ftsEsiem.
a OUV Olen irs.~trcuhens and In, m.,.a*...o
.9 irm1%qes ~orijeld 31510.5 mted smalsen mow,
ill 6 "is the P toresof the skim mand Isidloe.
It uloutirsl fa ibmhereidilary titint, or poisorin, iso i
blued. whitifegsnoarataa Sarofulit. KrysipelIJ, and aLl
hze~sida istpauesanditrnal huncra.
.ubaa yLkndu,theaot duJ o hb.&ib h

thm 1hacuaLIIstc iid yvi rINDIAN BLOODI
IHYRItI with great alaisfroeulon b i,.f relief. I have
beenaaltiictd vi..b crt-irrh far a simp. crauld
got no religf,'uraitilI 'eornlnerrced uiinn, ibme BLOOD
-SYIIIITV. 1 W.44aboutt to give ill liptl,( ude inlarar-
dixtlyatI fter taikiirg it rnitl me dizzy and feel Iradlys.
but Otn comsuhtiria a ;.lvdiciin Was 1unfoirnid ihlr .it
was caused- by The medicine restorirng rniy nMPekCL
*ircI14.tiotlsand acting on the diseased matter ins toy
st90150b, elused by the droppings of this emwarth
warttr. I1 invariably found, however, that this dizzy
tillelrng soon passed away, ray ntervoud system was
loranquij aile, arid thie .catsr-ihaI poison removed by
the meid icivir;.1tharve beer., entirely cured by your

"RiuniPOCtfUlly yours,
J W:4M %LLVOO[),
No. 3 12 West t01 h at., N ,w York C ity.
[Rm,'-"1give my tedsziriloli Willi plelo,~ur noathne
beneficiilroaults of your 11L60131PUR~IFIERI ; ray
kidneys-w4;re out of order, and thle icsult wi's rheu-
asuaI'tit ain '*rny iiwhthknee', j lint owuIlaii jwixce uth
siz, of frarural alid very painful, a ballne of I11w large
siz n~4j~.per. ect core-. .I Will alto 03y nmy dngxs-
lion ha 'j'1 ove othat'lI c anrat aiiything win hin
No 19 Belich-st., New York City.
N", 151 P~tiHY-11T., Nicw YorickCIry.
11111a Siu -- Vo~r rju-itly 'cr1, brAt. d IN DI A'N
BLOOD S'x' hP hidr enntir,,lv eurt d me of S~ck
Hoekilashe *iritDympepsip, -o1 1-0 years' sidnltjl5 .
14 alsto cured wmy child of S'carlet Fever, an.' u.y
Wir~o1Fem~s complaints.
Jesset Dahlman. Bul'l's- Heidi 24th *i., (Md Dahil
1pan Brothers, dealers in hoirsohU,.CL). curedl Of
IDyspepLeia and Indigestion of 'nianrv years'.eitandting,
l agy-ki nma in,-aft lb 0s me Lracure'd oni Sure'
Thr -!a Ar'd' Taigistion, a-fter having livenr trealtcd
by physicianswthutbntcaefc.
lOON-tPATJ`ON *Wi~l HlIiE.4DAtfI E.
NO. 99 %V 1T H.OU.STO N-P ,(CI I Y
SI*C.a-i-466INDI-AN BLOOD SYRUP h_- ured
me F86e&~lywaf the disi'ress no tiny Itacd, and r'n, vd
every difficulty of ray bowel'. I inust day i..0.t it.
is the br ,t ~efmadtiodnehat' any, i person can take for
sisk hiidic lie .

years.) Witthh111P qi;.i.-if -'i.u-Its..
ANIew doseis p~rsl trj ytifiey .atchn i!., crielit,ri ton1
dinlIo~(~ciyr.+i:rv: Ir,., n .i- of)(1it, -tdi.' r ots-
lag ih ~ije.i nuced toy'ta ,iyert-ic, Wit! ~r'ig'
*ud although it at first c'ru-se.. '.d ~ aIiz
it quickly dajp:iI~.9 ?n-ip ,roud'i-4:ujngsIf;!16USC.
my J geaLOUion inow %1ruoaI'prf7c a.Ai tl %fea !Ct-
ly benefited. W -
0 .- I o'tJs,: Wit.A. PIERMA L
F.VeL_- *M,4 iJ'~ t 2n'd at., Now YorlpCity.

52 West Washingtou Market,
S Dealers. it Bermuda Produce,
S' Suthern Fruits & Vegetables, &c.
3 Consignmeuts Solicited.
Quick Sales and Remittanees.
Agents in Bermuda.
: a 17th Alril 1882.-tf.


That Summer is Coming.
Cool. Keep Cool.

Established 187 4.


For Sale,

To arrive by the Steamer Beta' on 12th May
These Wagons were built at the Factory of
J. M. DeWolfe, Halifax, N.S., expressly for
Bermuda. Price moderate. Terms accom-
modating to approved purchasers.
St. George's, 15th April, 1882.-tf


l +n-far1 Tita -rna rl-v al

From Life. Warn

PHOTOGRAPHS of His Excellen-
cy the Late Governor,

Sir Robert M. Laf-'

To be obtained at the Photographic Gallery of
Some Pictures of the Funeral.
April 3. 18U2.

For Sale,

IV CCI1UM4L 1LL111leMMC1UlIy7 A. Hous~ertand ~Lot
IL FIRST CLASS il tt t1~
COAT MAKER. lit the Town ol Hlamiltoll,

Hamilton, April 3, IS82.
Mitanufacturer of
SODA WA TEE, LEJIMO.ADE Lovers of Meyer's Ice

&c., &Cel &C.
Establishment Corner of B. Broadway and
Victoria 1t,
THE Subscriber would call the attention of
the Inbabitarf~s of Bermuda and others
to the fact that he has -continually advanced
in the finprovement of his Manufacture, ?s
,he gradual increase of his trade will testify.
He. has now. perfected arrangements whereby
he' ca mmianfacture superior to any of the
kind in the Islands of Bermuda; and he begs
to, offer his sincere thanks to the above for
their liberal Patronage of the past. and re-
spcctfully solicits a continuance of the same,
for they will always find "BARRITr's" Aera.
ted Wnater. Plain "oda," and other Carlon-
ated I'everages, in Quart riphons, 10Gallons
Fountains, and in Cases of Two, Four. and
1-ix Dozen Bottles, superior to any on the
I have much pleasure in bearing testimony
to the excellent quality of the Soda Water"
made by JoHN B.RrITTr of Hamilton.
J. W. RIED, M.D.
Depy. Surgeon General.
Naval Hospital, Ireland Island.
JOHN BARRITT, of Hamilton has supplied
me with "Aerated Water" from October -Ith,
187I; to the present time and I have been well
satisfied with the quality of the same.
Depy. Surgeon Gt?.
Hamilton, Nov., 4th 187F.
JOHN BARRIrrTT, of Hamilton, has supplied
the Canteen 46th Regt., with Lemonade,Gin-
gera'le and other Carbonated Beverages sine-
their arrival in Bermuda and has given satiso
faction in every way.
W. 13. BROWN, Capt., 46th Regt.
President Canteen Committee.
Canteen Steward.
Prospect, Oct., 19, 1879.
NM. J. BARRTrrr.-It has affordedd me great
pleasure in bearing testimony (after three years
experience) to the excell-nt quality of the
A.erat- d Drinks, manufactured by you at
Surgeon, FiN.
Naval Hospital, Ireland Island.
MR. BARnIiT.-Please to send by Pionee
to-morrow four cases of *' oda Wa'er" for I
can -safely say tlat your oda Water is the
best and cheapest on the Islanrl and that you
always supplied me with great punctuality.
Yours, &c., &c.
Surgeons MjrO,.
St. George's
Terms made known on application-Special
Terms to large consumers.
Corner of East Broadwiy & Victoria Street.
THamilton, Bermuda, April 17, 18S2.

'e-., to infl'orn tihe 'Pulic of Ier nnuda that they
,:i-j.:st ect ie w,,l at the NE.V I' E IT HULI 1-;
last Broe ,!,.:'y,
586$tons of Natiral

M1 First Qtruality, and are now prepared to fur-
isil ICE' daily to Cus.tomers in Ilamilton and

or fM&WV*Vp.uct1* (rrrre tob
asuto falurtvfd? dffver!5 yeirX-f'During such alticks Hamilton, AprilS., u'-3t
death wouldl~aospho e a~rglie'1to -her. S& w,
~~.4q~cliof uttioissJOte ~ained J 4 A'ot 0el
of yo~t~t LAd&L- liLqe)9el S fsF
werekw ftktA Alltl-kh? t tO~tn~i~y~ra~It
isa WeIqIiaps thimt n. lneuvtLN%.tvhotild6ae-with, -tit. iEDO'A.R-LF.1I
Respetfully inform the Pt
Zxiii;4jij1Ulm Bit' W~SO'' Openied a
D&Am s ii,-,Air"is tb a ertfy -rhat A 4*4o :JTailorinco Estal
umrere:*oed ill y&Ur iN D1.8N BLAOD&SYR.IP -rlr-n -;:
any ?ntoditii~ttiii' havoc &v~er'take-n for. Lip.pr1p.i. Over the Storeo o Al ,exander
s~a~ 1ndtjtib.'-1 wouli diatise iii 1htl.tsufflif rrmin No. :i9, FropitStr
I. to ry OH-. YL.AtRKJ01INStN'S INDIAN Guar-anuees .to giv'e-satisfac
u ~ ~ i. ~ a share of the Public riatrorli
*J4 I S ~A. 1L; .A D-AM.S. cAnw ~ 6
SoeA r!f-'I 'Hamilton, Februa6ry 21,V-82


public that he has

r J. Frith,, Esqr.,

etion, and solicits
s always i.n hand
32.-3m paid.

S .,-N 'A.. 1." O to EAttRrlT'i for your summer driuks and
W .Wtirt -.: t r k eepcoola da &y..
S+ .- ,, . .. -, : t < , ,, .. .

For Particulars please apply to
Ilamiltoni, Niovr. 29, 1881.

For Rent,

Will. find always on hand at Meyer's Estab- That desirable Residence in Paget Parish
lishmerits large quantities of *

Which can be purchased by the Plate or Quar'. The M etropolitan Hotel,
These always first class, boiled and L
frozen 11y steam power of thl very late-t iun- Queen Street, Hamilton. with Coach House,
provement. Stables, &e.
N. II.-For Dinner Parties Meyer's [<'E to
CR EAM PUDDINGS are highly recum.uuu-uld M. S. HUNT,
as something novel and good. S* UN ,
ICE-'D SODA WATI'El.-Delicious .Syruips Chancery Lane, Hamilton.
of various fivours will always be found at 6th February, 1882.-tf
Meyer'j. _

24- Frcnt "i., fal Cornerof Victoria
SIre.-t anid East Biroadwway.
Hamilton, April 11, 1882.-4


For Sale,

RICE in quantity.
5 Bags or more Very Cheap.
Front Street. HIamilton, 2-l:h April, 1882.--3

Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
Commission Meichants,
Dealers in Bermuda Produce 4.c.,
178 Reade Strcet,
Solicit Consignments of Bermuda
Sales and Remittances made with despatch.
Agents in Bermuda.
17th April IS12.-tr.

For Sale,

In list class order.
For particulars apply at the Office of this
Hanjilton, April 10, 1SS2.

O to JOHN M. MecNEILL & CO.,
'" ift )ou want a Good Fitting suit of
C I.OTH ES.-i5 and G6l Front 6treer.
TOHN Mi. McNEILL & CO., haue Enig=ged
S the Serviccs of a First Llass Cutter ana
Fivter.-65 and 66 Front Streer.
JOHN M. .McNEIlL L& CO., invite the P'uh-
lie to Call and L.x:aine their Large Ap.-
soriment of line Suitin.s aind Pants Stulf.-
65 anid 66 Fruont Street.
Hamilton, Novr. '8. 1881.-ttf

For Rent.

-f tuated near Cedar Avenue, contain-
ing 3 Ut-d looms, Drawing Hoom, Dining
Room, Kitclhen, Tank, and other convenieucies
For further Particulars, please apply to
Park Villa, Near Victoria Park.
Hamilton, Feb. 2Sth, l882.*-tf.


Situated on Union Street. Terms moderate.
Pu:, L.~.iun given on the 1st May.
Broad way.
IIaniltoi, April 17, 18t,2.

Dr, Bryan's Electric Belts.

Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rhoumatism,
Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De.
cay, etc.

, HIS wonderful discovery in the application of
E' electricity enables the sufferer to give scien-
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. The b-lt anets by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve eontin uous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until tLe disease is overcome, and a le-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryaun' appliance, strengthien.4 the nervous system,
fl a i foce to I th he br in an .d d ir ... .F .. 4-:- -_

Liverpool, Queenstown, London *5' "" t tuucsr* nn, [C-
Li~i'!erjool Qu lllSIOxr'iLondon giv......,torue e, -, a a n igest ve junction, re-
anld New o'rk. store lost or Impaired puwer of body or mind,
SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLAND, I whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
ERLAND, FRANCE, GREECE. Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
The STEAMSHIPSof this line comprise on application. Orders received through any re-
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav- measure round the waist and state the nature of the
ing the port. of New York. They are built ex- complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to.
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de. order. Address:
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
with everything calculated to add to their 117 E. flUH :-r., New VYo.K, U.S.4
safety, and to the bofufort and convenience of -
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all [ARRITT keeps delicious Raspberry and Saraa.
on the main deck) are unusually large, light U parilla Syrup Drinks.
and aihy. 'lhe table and general ap)polut.
ments compare favourably with the best hotels Bermuda Veterinary In-
in England. .
One of these steambers will sail from New fivll rll'V
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and s .
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, front REID STREET, HAMILTON.
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool, TH EODOR F. OUl'ER H IDG E, D.V.S., Re-
$.,0( to 70. To London direct (Victoria Docks sidei:ce, I amn'ilton.
,50 to W60 ; excursion tickets $100, currency ; E. REID M ERCERI, D.V.S., Residence, 11am-
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further ilon l'arish.
particulars apply to the Company's Offices, --
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York. W\Vill visit St. (;eorgei-'! Professionally on Pues-
F. W. J. HURST, days-Orlice at G. Spurling, Fsqr's.
Manager. \Vill visit 'mneret onu Flidays.
New York, January 27, 1882. Reid 6t., Hamilton,January 2, B1-2.



er & Merritt,
Fruit and Produce

5'2, 54, & 56, Delaware Ave.
Bermuda Agent,
April 17,

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Queen Street,
Prompt attention given to consic unents.
N[_'Auetion Wednesdays and Fridays.

......-- .


%- I V/I(.4' ,JJ


-.B. arrIliab9aon,
BEG to offer their sincere thanks to the In-
habitants of Bermuda and others, for their
liberal Patronage during the past part of their
Photographic practice, and having recently
made addition to their stock of
by the first Opticians in London, (DALL-
MEYOR and ROSS,) are prepared to offer to
the Public a better class of work than has
hitherto been don. in Bermuda.
Much time and study is given to the Chemi.
cal effects, pose, and lighting of our portraits,
consequently producing find artistic effects.-
Ships, Buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups,
&c., &c.

Photographs, Cartes do Visite, Cabinet and
larger sizes taken ait shortest notice ; also en-
larged to life size in INDIA INK, OIL CO-
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
Photographs, Industrial Exhibition of 1l72 and
twenty years practice, together with the ex-
perience of his Son, who has just returned
from America, and who has operated in some
of the First Galleries there, enables them to pro.
beg further to state that our prices are kept. at
reasonable rates ; there may be work done for
less, but we ask that quality be given the pre-
61 Front Street, Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1882
BARRITT, always keeps the Best Syrups.

For Sale,

Built by J. M. DeWolfe, Hnlifax, N.S., One
New, One Second Hand.
Price Moderate. Terms accommodating.
A'trent for J. M DeWolfo
St. Georges, February 21, 1882.

The Undersigned has just received
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"
BISCUITS &c., &c.
Hamilton, February 27, ls'2.

For Sale,
H ALF Ches!s of Oolung TEA-best in the
Do. Do. MEAL.
3 Doors \W'et of R1!yal n;azette" Office
Haiitllon. March 14, 1 2.
%0 to BARRITT' for purr Ice.]d Aerated Driuks

L.../S/l. GA.-.llA Y, 1882.


Z ris. sets. _

'2 [u 5 12 6 40 15 7 30
3 we5 II 6 41 ilf 8 18
4 ii 5 10 6 4'2 17 9 6 Dr. Livingstone
5 Fri5 9 6 43118 9 54 [died S73
6 Sat 5 9 6 43 19 10 4.2
7 & 8 6 44 1 II 30 41h after.Easttr-
8 \4o5 7 6 451 1O 18 [Bp. Jones left for
o [INfld. ISS.O
Full Moon, 3 day, 4 hour, 11 nmiuute, A.u.
TutE iPaMUOA 11OYAL GIAZITTR Is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PuiE- LiE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby ,treets,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &e., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agenta
St. G(eorses for thie hoal Gazelle, Messrs.
(Gcok.GE BOYLE & SoN, West End, Water

p lmet to e, muda. -Royal Gazette- Hamilto(n, nesd, -Uayd 1882.

Niw Yor.':, 21-t April, ISS2. -
at -' a -.r,-i u- ple ti...o ..--u i.- : r d f.I ** Our P. l-.'s Ste-'m-
(*i". ; a in..-'. iu thi- rh'ht t!ire:ti..u, for wih,-_n
fhl a 1.i.1t ;, i ...- in ; hr l ail_-I ni-.- riairv ih r'...i' iti li.u
:-h,: -.i i-.r l-',l _..:';. t,- the- p-.:pl- thit they nny i : '
aMl'- ':.- .-. i'.- a,.. .. -vh.t ti. : i tt_- l d iua', nu-I
it i '- L d, '.1 .. JI hin t I .*,riu '.-I,... :id thi
is i. ...- on 1 IaI,' i ... ,;i -.:l at t '.u i c nt-.'y '.(-u V ie '-
t *; -.
Til: ry i-.i. -- ,f -, Iland lik-e Benne-rila. -itlza-
ted in i e' in liddl ,.-f .e- Atluti,.. -iand n t .r-O wnil- a ;
i"a ;fip- i pce- p .- t ',:,'.',U. andl thni St .tnjetr i- c ;i
ent'r'erp -,: iihiit '* i l :.i i-u.w .uiiit i'a;. in m m y w.iy,...
Fii r ., -nh .U y -.* t l t :.l--v-nt luinLi' e:-l L-int it
wil p',y t,-n p r .. -,.:u th.t .::'-ital, [.r.i-
b li ii'- tl I .:i : ,--Iut
-.:..u-.l it nil! "- -. -ntip in u.: it t,., at I nst 41i
B.-ru t.[i.ii .i li~ h,- :uI"i--.tiU- thr:- eF'irniugru of-.
the- torty t :-'-: iin ih,- .-.:uuti'v.
W y, I la '... -a .1- that tlit, t: are thr:.-- C-p-
t'v io .- -s'i-: i i- 1... i._.=" -t...- viL .,oi. .u.- id th h :,..
of ?'- A .:': : ii t y:.iu- wharf: th;l
fi: t' ,.it ..' i.-rz r) -ail i. un i it!.r au- oll
of tIe,-i v :*t.i 1 k L .! .... o-', i' yo r Stweqti -
I t'o'- .i- i.i ve hid t.o 1-av e my h-.ina f,:,r many
y -atl r.-, iu.-k- a i .r, ..: a l, w,.u]dl.l l,,ily ri-turn t'o
Be c.:au l -- t,- i,.:,n-.'..w .ini I ind eii-plo,'ineut rlt-re.,
an: I h.;-,: .i- iiai y -:r:utu.Uaun, alr-.aii who iy-
tI .e :o .
OIn- thin,. I wv.:.-I .i lit:- t.: iumpris..- .nu mny :ouu-
hyim ., if th-y trv are '.in' to havie a Sti-amler l-.t
th,;'hi il!-t fir't ,:1.,. r;.-, l_-. I hav,: h,,.1 ...,uside-r-
alle exp':- it n.:-e in Irou Steain-huip*. ;io.l andti other-
wia-, anil I what a :.:rusant exIpc-i,-e' th-re- is
in a 1 .-ily l-a.ilt Siearrer--with 'h.:-l.> mainhiiu-rT.
il re e--.c-ui- Li -~.n.:u.:- h and Lir b,:.ili--rx
hilt !.:r .:- .'nu..h. :. m k- -le..I -uty of, t--- n witth-
out ft'.r.:i tl' ti-,:H : in if .-it are tld in Eug-
la'ld ta."t -,i-h -i7- L...ili-r< will do. have> tLhe-m one-
fourth !:'er andl y-:.1u will ei;e ,o:al andIl time auln
rep:iIr5. B.:.ilerrs built a ertait siz, for Eu-lisht
coal, w-ill n-ot io the -Iire work with Penn'ylvaniaii
'orl; tn[Ai I k-u.-w fr-ora experience.
I ,',-y'.nVe your >Iper regularly, andu whr,'-v:rr
" ill..,, Friend" i I .arin with him, and beg that
he will aie:i-pt mny thank- as a Brntudian foragita-
tin- the ulbjct., and trust that he will r'e-:eive the
supitiort necr,-r-: ry, auni hope soon to be able to re-
turiu to B-ianuuda in the '" City of Hanuiltou" or
wh dtu-er else her n'-loe tiay tbe. I sh ill be pleas-
at aL- time to sil-utait ;nay inform ition regardliny
runinin-L expenise-s ,,f a St-anier, &e., that may L,-a
''ieldig you every suc-ces,.
I am, yo:'urs, If Wanted,

Bc, ,.ili, Royal G.ettt.

L,',iIia .-dt'iles Mlail S'tea iters.

C A L.LI .. AT Q'V 2EEN STGi% \ N,
by 4- Vt%3rAr ^nA LV

AL %...xA, Mlarch 21, ut
N iF: '0-1 8, -at
ARIZON April 4, at
AFV,''!-NIA "' II, at
WISA.' NSN ." 18, at
AL;'-.KA "' 23, at
IVWY':NG M:ay *2, at
AIRIZ'-NA '* 9, ar

1 00i p.m.
5-00 IP.m.
I 1 "{0 ;l.!.
5 (I10 ) nm.
11-30 a.'u.
-1-00 p.nm.
10"lD U.m.l.

Th'' Steancr'-r ie built expi'essly for
the Tats, have ive ~. tc-rtiht hbulkhliadl, and
carr v *;--nri erVic-i ilicfi'i, arde. .i.' [T:,-i -c-i "-ic c nia-ni- i iaii m .:n re un-
aurp.w- l, ld b ''. ti r t fie tr'a.ii'r.. n .i.J r ., e
Stata ki- ->rut ir- ..n .-ii en .let'!; jpe'ina in-... the
Salori t t,.. r- -r eur:- that great' -. t fea ri it.

n 'i4. t-,iui i i, 'i a- i n. ';1 tt-; i !'ian'ic ) -i
eahel :t a -liie.,

; S. '* i : ', rintiue," fr-tri
Ber --it i.,''h f-' .i.e ., ze er:t i ai:rive-4 a, 'ew
Yorl. "!ol.a-.;.L an- I i '-i---i .eris' i .' .~ >: i-al
lie ir ',rrvT-i i o itie Ln erp,.ol Steaiin er
sac i,-, -.'.t P. v.
,. [ -'. ( -if,- i I' ,
29 II r,,:dwuy, N,-w York.
New York, .Marchi 9, 18N2.

TE'erylbody i""antat it, but very few ge't it.
b::ican: -e most ipeu .il,' 10 o not kno i how to
.sele:.'t c-offiee. or it is spoiled in the roast-
iiiv or makiu-g. 'To obviate thesedifficul.
ti,- h'is bleen our -stuly. -Thurber's plick-
na.. ,ufftes ir,- ..el.-1-et-l.t by an experts who the itd iot blending various
flavors. Tha.y are roast,:-, in the most
perfect mannu,-i ,it is impossible to roast
well in small quantiti-es), then put in
pound. ld packages ( ',i the &':-n. iot ground,,,
bea .ing our signaturee as a guarantee. of
genui.iuneuess, ani.l ea-ch .:pa'kage':ontainsthe
Thurber rc.ip~- for making gmooil Coff'-e. We
pac.kttwo kinds,Thutber'" i\o. 3-4," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's "' No. 41." mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points.
goodl qvtlity, ho-,iesti quantity, rfao,inable
7pr'if. Adc, -/,,tr Gr.-e~e.r fr Thurter's
roa.intCe C,.,fvcc in o.-'il ci pi'ty Ns, --" Na. 34"
oTr '" NI. 41l." Do not bpe ]iut off with any
other kind-your own palate will ti-ll you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the Ideal" Coffee-pot. the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence,,
Orocors who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Coasters, New York.
P.S.--1s the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack t hem in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure anl awhoklsoae,
and dealers are authorized to refund tlie
purchase price in any case where custorm-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It'iis
therefore to the interest bf both dealers
tnd consumers to use Thurbers' brands: -
AS our G,.,9er f,,r A. E. viHYLAND'SO

DrAE MAf. Lrr:.-The re-;ul&- ,f th. -hipinr:to ,,
oui,.nu by s. .. "" trin..,..:>" fr.,n:i [er. on l>tIh Lt-ri
ri-nd to 'ho.w i- that the N:-.v Yocak .'rrI -'t Ai
h iVe witioiuit dl..- l.t, foirtme' .1 a it- rto ;.- ', :-i- I
plantfri-, nuoi t satisifled with i hli .i iin. u-, ":.,
i.,i. a :n tnh- v n nuiit to irta p .,I 1: ;.l :--- i-7. -.-,I
.,r-A. Aft- r- h a u -.- :.u n a th It 0. '_l. ..
:aILi p Iy tfL :r ,i.,. h -, yr, '. ".- h., ,:! p';" "
ri'In tb_'.:.4-:h. -,ith I .r :.O w hi-ii -'..-ill _,.,1 ,:'
r-nii.-h m , th.u lnii ofal th .r'i t -- 1 : ..i-... i.,
u,. ,':ul, tt th :'t-I r w h. e .t'r i ,a ... f .oti.iu. ,ti ; .Ir i-P
rLin.Li ;.eiIu-nt. 1 lu .i. l e i; i. i- ,,. ; i h .i'
.7 '.' .wlf 5 ,.:.r ,,..x.
C ,i:.-u.:... :- .t N. York, wih., .r tno.:,. -; .
[''"- *n i th- i _.'i ,. i_, :.:. h..- I-
itVt .a- t1 h-- n t
... -. -1 1 ..".2 f it i i .-- -
u v :.r h. tt-t r, .t ,1 rhere : -.u i. .:, ., t, .
-pe -, 1.-i t I re put ,l1. t-.- u -ra -- t
:i:' wn et I Oi iiiou, v. :-rI i' i -l in -
t:. i a i PhL_ ..1 lph'l i at 2 L.- -u -.:- r I,n-
S-,:r n t t':- N :.-- Y..rk ** .: i.. .:u- it N ,
Y,..t!: .i,'i..." A n .i--ut or .. "n-'.v Y :,! o[ r'!:t-
i.).u h,:- i, ity. "- th.:r." i u.I il in f v.',-ir
F r.n-ic'' 'iil.,' .-.r auy o 'd .-., r. _tr M ,r; .tin u
1 .i I l ,.- .- '.. n,.=-l Br. in .li .: '.:. .i t .., :it
th-itn- lv-.- .an- thl y ru--.-iu t il-i it, t.I y a '... ili
iui -t up .. I- ...n, -ih .:lii .-.-e th- .'" I tl :u:,
tin t the f},'-,.-.-.,Iue at'r. etr. .'.. ,-ui' ,i.i-_ut t,:, ,ir:-
whi,:h -.y thi: -: ii,. it i.-, l tini;:', tl fui r.e pi r.:.-i
ip-:":ti- of Beriniuda. F.srijinrr :ir. .I-...) ,-na:- t -
-bl-" all iour M.r -haint-r :,n Fr:i Sti-eet. wl. inr.-
at. n,' A.-.-ut- f..r s-i- i in-u, thli:t if th-y Ih :x-e
., ....... r e well as thle interesti- ,.,f their :.:i alitr
ai -tak.--, it i. qt it' tL m tin to iv\-e uip 1 tii.inu f..-,' i.ih
.'-.riJ ani. wor':k i'u.1l iin 'A'- av,i th the PI u-er..
-int. f:,r theirA iutre-t-i, houa.- ...f th. mer..h-'ut- I
.-,Ir Niy tha it the F.iriner ars or-i- J. 1.t-.l t.-i th.:-u fir
,:..- t-Li.n thi ,- have an c.aunr..t *-.-f al...ung with.
ouit th-int ; i'ay bhe ,-uite tru.?, l.iur it i equal.Iv
truiie that but f.r the Pla.ter-r iuiiiny of th," Mer-
c!, rut would h iv.: very littl- bhu-iie-;t to d-., u.,d
noawi iF the time to ,aimne o-,Ut ,*.. ., anl fa.-.e the
r.iftu2tiO:,n hi.:hL theTy mu-t .' -, aul advi'ne Ull
PI ;ut.'- with thevy h1,-.:- tny iuflueuo., 1.)
t..L: tihev whI.le of th.. eacr--., of nuioIn, '-,in.: ly
Orin,:.'' thi- w.-':k out --f the haniLde, of the N,.w
Yo-rk ulin-, eveu if they do lo s a few d,-llar.- <,.m-
nirsi,..u-, on what there would othe-rwise have -hlip-
p, J, as there -ni be no doubt that even if one half
Of the ouiouns i-,oiun forward thli- week '--"A into the
lrnud-' of thie i'In the pri,.es in Ne- York on Ori-
uo-.'s''" arrival will le- very 1i,. It wau-, ,:uirently
r,-ported when Orinoco" left here on 13th that
several Bent i hatd bh-iu'iuit l.irg-'ly beyoud th,-ir
limits, if that is true the rinH may make muunt-
three ways by that oue (ioperatiou, viz., they can
tmke all ene-inu menuts over ct imrket rates, hip anl
of the re-pe.: tiv o li., to )vutti,.l- timarketi. at 1. ttr
p.ii.e-> anil -till umai-ke their A'--iit here r-fuinl tli -
amount by which the-y exceeded their limit, nau if
they do it should lbe the Lht straw reit-uh'ed to make
our Mer'hants, one and all, have nothin-- mo.nre to
do within thornem. Oj., r-i!y re.,, i ,'i f, ,. ;. t rit f
l,,i ,, rgei--, r,,-o, p :/,i /. ,' : ltr dt- -cr.'., < t a. ,-i. s -ta f.,i.-i,, 1..
I-.r to'j .000 tuo sel, and tf.i hatro ,,et -t .t! r,- t hunest
n.a-ii ,1 3'i c mr #., reeltse p"-v:d.evr a-' -I ,' rtl :
h,. an have a' mnauy under hin to .'I'r.I 'ir-- as- hie
may require, but o-os must be the head.
Now every candid minded per.-ion mut aitinut.
that the Finn of Trott & Cox have alw.iv- been
farai.shted eno-ugh to recognize the,- fact that tihe
intler.itsof the P/taners aid .ercl/i '; are -oi thor-
cu-rhly one. that you cannot injure o,:e without
s-riou-ly affecting the other, and hsve alw.hir' doue
their very be-t ,i' litany caes cat ,-eriou: per~onil1
h t-.i to keep Up price there ca:n I.e n) dult thit
but for them I it wee-k, onions- w:itul ha-ive be-en 4 -
(, .. 6 inuteid i-.I 3-r l. boxs ; au.nother eettot made-
in the richt d irettion vwa' thie ioff.r of a sCe amrr ,.!i-
re,-t.- for: Lumil-,,," .-hL.- I amn at.Aist.ia t;-1 .
every :,.ne w-ho) id..:l.inie:l h--lpii-g t.> l.:il, t.:-dayv ,-
g'rt theii sLrt--.i.-'rht.:,rlue- ez.i-S in gly. "No.
this week the i-euior piartuert-r h ac i.' c n' i'iy i.,da:
a,'.' .'. in th.- right direction : he Ih..a ti'erei- ti take
al oi th te uni...n that th.:. Plantere. will put under
hi- i..,ntr:,I, on u hord the Orinn..>)," and v':, with
them t6 New York irind to 1-nakie it effectual he
should be ,' / ,i-.', l ;:r: ;'...s t. i,,...' him self, and
Lt i e e i uu.:,t n tiL,.-t 1 i ,At .:;i-f.i:l.:.rc prin e Ito
I-hip then t., L .-uil..u. a.u-i I fe-.-I i. fite ii l- is
lI!..Iwe .i t :-iutr,,l th wh le t. i =-.. :h benefit toc
thi.,-' Ci-ou-y in.l in i -ual.l pl.-e li'-:- thiis what be-
nefits- the fiwhole imi t beanfit the iudLividualu will
bIe very great, mu--i mn.-,re ,-o th:mn iu ot people are
pire-are.rl to : idiit a y.-t, if tihe pe..,p' are lukewiirm
anl do nu-.,t respninil heartily autl hi. i,-un get only
or Z if the c-tu.., the result will b. ve-ry different,
aunl on retiunu of Fl,, !r.-r),-, 1, they will regret not
having put the whole. i.;airo unmler the control of
O.', more th-n ttIcy-V now do. uo-it --entlin u r iarugo
dirtet to London No-tw astne 'vitally .indl personally
interested iu the prosperity, --:,pe,.-iclly the Azrricul-
t-l-.! piro-perity, o-f the-e I.-landis. I ,:all on -n-,rj
f .."-- n.:i iat I, It..- j itiuion, t..i come to the
trut A.-., a ,,i. aul help thi-, lr.j,-ie-t out, and for
the sake .of yonr- ves, y:or wriv--s naud y-:,tr chil-
dren, ret-irt thi.-; iufamous attempt to ruin ur'
country aud take ti.e .very life out of its hard work-
ed Planters.
It has ba-n uil-gied ly that if they owed Mr.
A. B. or C. they w.:re frail rt. take anyof their
pronluue% out of their hand-3 ,in tlii- i:-.-se Mr. A. B.
and (. ought to,., t: the lrd to advi,-? their follow-
ir, my ad.lic-ei, they tihould go to them like men
and sAy wve unt-.n to ive our onuitoui thLi time to
Mr. TroItt, and we will I-riug ynai hi- shipping re-
,'eipt to, hi-.ld, whleu we vet salt-s ye-u an go and
dira thie- pr..i.e: .l-s. I rnist apolo-i -tc for tresp:ass-
inr- 'a, uniu. Ih -.u yorlnr valhi.ble spa.., but ao ,ne/,a
I thiuk 1de.peu-n on tI:- action t.keun by our Fanuera
t1i,' i,-k. nanl thief is s,: little time ti art i- ihem,
thacr I hbve wrtieu muin.h moru now ttanu I
Ail remain yours truly,
24th April. i'Sl.

c rneus.
a,,t i -..- .-J Q" F.,'.-."

is coutitlenlly recommended to the I' uitlic: a
au unfailing reiuetly for wounmls of evry dies-
criptiou; i aceirt:iil reme-y for ulcerated le.I-
butnu,, b-ruises, chilblain-, scorbutiec
eruption', ;Il.-, p;tini.les on thie fiea-.-. c-.-ore aril
inflamed t-yes, sore heads, bore breasts, p-iles.
It also entirely removes the- ful f nell .,rising
from '.au-er.

told in pots, 131A., 2a. 9d., 4-s. Gd., 11s..
and 22s. each ; and his
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best medicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 134d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., lse.,
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEACO & BARNICOTT,
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.

DEAR Mn. ErDiroE,-As we are living iu a pro-
hressive a-e, and our people have become arou-ed
ri their pait, and present situation. and rare now
anr.xiously striving to hrep up wi'h the TV.,,, '1
T.,',,,, wp call on our authorities to, iu mak-
iUj-, "'mIne .n.:ded iutpr:ivemeutts iu our Town, anud
j-1 not let the St. Geaorriaus eminu.:l u a,-ain of our
dlty. As strangers of great wealth are commLu-
cin.! to puriae some of our b,;-t properties aud
settle among us, we mu.t mike a start. L-t is be
getirun. reAdy to show as m:-iy uew improvements
p.,.il:,l.' in .',. whi.:h i- being : looked upon by
o'li' p nl!; ans to be rlt.r .tar'tiug year
Wan rri'.- ILLADr..--A- it I-l,,n<. to our Corpora-
tim a why na -uialce it ,:runamental as well as
.-t',dil. i4 i- jist what wie une.i P preseut. Why
not put oiur T .. '.'... -over there '? Some have
'.l-,ste.4 if to 1.,e pl t,:-d near the wharf in the,
.-,ntre of the t.-,wn,-tho u.,ie of -trikiug would, I
fear beh?-ome, if ih.l.emd the-re, a ni,-i-ane. Some
t, put it r.n the Cult Hou.-e Hill; that would.
oulry .eu.-lit a fiw. If ltliced ou White'- Island it
w.:.ull b-,.--it anil around ; have it place-d on a fine
tower, with a wind-vane on the top. Let it have
four fares, that all the uei-lghbirin Parishes will
Ihaiv he ri.-ht time. It would b very useful to
*-or frrmers, when th-y ari eomiung to town with
their pr.-oduce-, and are bound to time: they will
aIVay- hive it in ti-ht. and .tleu prevent disputes.
Wi,:,.H H,,[r E r-Why not have .,ue on this. leLind
f.-r the pturprjoe of sndlintr oir badl boys there for
re-formatiou. A portiiu of it could be leveled for
the purpos-.-, and a small building elected and a
will built round its shores It would vastly im-
pIove thIe ipp'anqiu,:.e of the Island. At present it
is quite an Eyes--re with its oll wre.ks and ru:cged
P':-niR HI.ou' -It would also he a good place for
a Poor Ho.ins, as then we wt uld not be s- pestered
with Pauper? about our town, and supporting them
twice over; it would be the means of preventing
them g.-tting intoxicaling liquors, as they should not
be allowed t1 lIaive the Isliad without a pass. I
believe if this Island was converted into such use-
frul works, our Corporation, and others in authority
would always be remembered by our Public.
A PUBLIc CEnAm.-This is very much needed for
taking heavy freight in and out of boats, and
would be the means of saving great los of proper-
ty, as3 our trading boats do not always have reliable
purchase me'nus,-eon-equrently great risk is run
and sometimes loss sustained.


Ti"le L,.'rsiet:ii h e, just ope,. d a choice
S -le-etif: P of :., g' .i nd American

For Xmuas, Rczceived by thIe Mail Steamer
'" Ori noco"
-'otiis;tingi in part oft:-
Tins of Ronst HEEF .311UTON
bottles of r-aoried PICKLES
Red CABB \;E andil SAUCES
Cornetd BH: PFii Tins Itif-CI I P.S orall kinds
S.. ,. h ,rii.e l,.I-'-.iws --. P+-.OU It.
Fins of'; ..'O I -,;dJ JilLI1
"COFFE.- :i,,i MILK
Green and liurnt (")FFF'E Oolong TPEA
Bo)tlet. or Si' Rit of all flavors
!oltles of i',e ir .UI'T GOOSBER lRiES
CH-IERliIES, &c., &c.
pins of FRUi I'.', in 'vrUp
JAMIS orfall Flavors tUF l'lER- LARD
RICE. Tabl;,i ,i \LT 1 GlCEESE
Ilam SAU.- I'.;
4 oz. Iotlles ,of ECsLsnce I,'IEMON
RAi, -;'BiB ; I' V iN ILI. &o., &c.
Condensed ill LK
TARTAIIC- t ID,(Powd.'red)
Hair OIL, assorted Phvors Fine Olive Oil.
CURR IE (in Bottles)
NUT 1IIGS AI.ONi)DS, in -and out ofshelli
MAC C1'k.OV .-. 4
Jars of Preservedl GINQEER SAGO
&c., 4'c., &c.
East Broa,i-ivy -ird Victoria Streets.
Hiuamiltoio, 1t.-e,-mner 1.ID, SS

"I f you are safering fr-.m ..-or health
'or la.nguihing on a bed oA sickness,
'take cheer, for : !
Hlop Bluterd will cnre you.
"If you are Simpi-' ailirg. if you feel
weak and dispiited, without clearly,
*knowing shy, -
Hop Bll;erswill Revive you.
"If xveu are a rplurirer, and ha eover-
't'.ed x'ur'elf- ii h yrur pl.toral di-
'lies, _r a Mlt_ hulr, aorn nut i ith care
'and w.rk,
Hop Bitter% will Restore you.
"If 'you are a man cf bLuie-'s orl a-
,bIrer "wtakenediby the strain of your
"Ievry-d-y duties, or a man of letters,
toiling oxer yourjmidnight work,
Hop Bitters will Strengthen you.
If you are suffering from over eating
'or drinking, any indiscretion or dissipa-
ion, or are young and growing too fast,
'as is often the case,
Hop Btters will Relieve you.
"If you are inithe workshop, on the
'farm, at the deck, an-where, and feel
I that your systemm needs cleansing, ton-
ing, or stimulating, without intcxicat-
Hop BlIters Is what yea.need.
"If you are old, and your blood thin
%and impure, pulse .feeble, your-.aerve
unsteady, and, yotr-faculties waning, .
Hop Blutters will give yo new Life mid.

"HOP BITTElAis an elegant, heal-
'thy, and refreshing flavoring for sick
5roomr drinks, nimpaure water, etc., ren-
'dering them harmless and sweetening
S'the mouth, and cleaSiing th9 stomachh.r

For $alt.,

At "Royal Gazette" Sta'ionery'Sr eil,
ARRITT keeps delicious Raspberry nod Saria. At -yi azette"taioner Ser
B parilla Syrup Drinks. I Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps.

F ,.r I., ..,,',, ./t, ( r.
Tbi-s; work greatly need Public attrenti:,u. The
farmer, of the nei4hborhijud -.omplain Iitt,.rly at
there not hbc.-g sitffieLit, depth of wat,-r at this
wharf, being compelled to ui 'tariutg in discharg-
iug aud loading cargo) whi-h ca.iusei- t.'rr.t delay
and inco.nuveuue, andI the: boat- often su-taiu
injury. It should be built out at least 1Ii feet
further. A sm-ill she-.l er.ected on thi- wharf would
also be a great couvenieuce to the farm-rs This
being the largest Parish aun. :'onsiderabl,- farming
being carried ou, it ?lshould.l avri some attention
to the wharf. I rmay aldl, that this wharf is
greatly used by Sandy's Ptiih. I i'rust that our
Colonial. Surveyor will thinu- i.r.:er t) p y it. visit.
Conr.)alrtow SaEr'-.-I srn r'ladT t, finld that our
Farmers are working this uioely. Mr. Pupa..t, the
Purser of the or,',,,.'o, has noti.l very straightfor-
ward with all: he refui!.s t,. re,.eive from some
I' irties until their produce i, -,tac.:kd up pr,:.perly.
All that is needed by tIhe Ctal rationu is to have a
sttiictly i:onv.:iention)is mna- appl:inted rto take ..harge
of the .-bhed, and to see tLhat every sliipper istncks hisi
Produce up prope ly,as was formerly done when the
Shed let out in section there would be no dis.-
putiut The same person c.-ul. be the I. ..,-.
Everyone l:uow, lie would not be able to lu-;p et
every p.- ka.e. but a rreat mauy woul,.l stu : iu
fear.uor ikno-:riu wli,:hilr:. h.? would examine if
thi was ,ioi it wonull b.' a greit arev-'vuti if
chipping* b.d stuff.
FRE-I BPr.r.--I am pleasd tol-.iru that ."i quar-
ter of fteshm Beef were brouh'rt by S S. rv,-..-,.., on
her lamt tuip. prrarved -by cnrpr-s-:-,d air: and I
uudertript i 1 it w.i q i ite r -.'-,'ess. SF:t ouei 3-e our
p'?ople will not be ouftdon.-, for if B- -f can be cr-
ried by thl;jse me un.I J1i to,, at a ti.,-,, t... London,
from a distance of 10,i:00 miles, why sltuld we not
succeed, we are ouly 700 imil.-, ifrin place of
'rELE)OCAPI ('ABLE.-This is one of our great
draw backs at preseut : a thing vastly n-eeded, both
by the Imip.-ri l lovernmuru.t ;a well as by ourselves.
I am in hop--s we vill n.-,t be overlooked much the I-hlnd is of iab.h iinportauce to our
Mother Country. If we crWt that onunecti.u to our
Bermuda I-land', with our anticipated quick and
modern conveyance., we might expert to see our
shores crowded with visitors continually, as those
of wealth will build houses- here, and when those
great buiiuess men in W'all Street antl other places
in New Y.-rk, want test, they will take a 48 hours
rest here, and having a cable connection, they could
carry on their speciulati,-rns as well here as being
in New York. Not having this convenience hurries
a great many away siuuer than they would other-
wise like to go.

Rees' Orange To-

nic ta,
Hamilton, April 11, 188I2.

Potatoes !

Potatoes, 0!

Superior Table

The untdersil-ned has always on
-Tiinfa ftil ,ij iply~ 1T TA BLEPOTA TW'roI-
in quality superior to any in market, and at
prices to) defy competition.
S'-I:I'AL Ri\TES to Army and Navy
4 1 Front Street.
hran ilt.ou n t.,lrer .". 1981.

J1"5' cnn i-n";- i
Per 8.S. C)URILAND."
At' C 1Royvild Gz-tte" 'Stationerv Store,
i. further supply of L.-'lWYERS. AC-
COU1N' it. ,li-e .RUL4D and PL ,IN. white and
blue -'OOI.SCAP,.LE r;J'EI an.l NOTFE Paper,
ruled alrtl plain, white and blu.r. &c., &c.

Remarkable Letter

The Speaker of the Hous&e
February 12, 1881. k
For the first time in my life I am induced to
give a teiImonial. Noticing In some paper an
advertisement of Dr. Sc&o's Electric Hair Bluss,
I sent, $3.00J for one and find It'Indeed a remark-
able brush. My wife has for years suffered with
hbeadaehe. The brish mcure them at once.
Several friends haie uedl it f,.,r headaches, and
it has never failed. My wife was also getting pre-
marnirely bald, but thoebrush has entirely stopped
the falling hair nu.1i starte-d a new growth. I use
It to remove dandruff andl It works like a charm..
Five times the c-o.t would not buy my brush 11 I
could not replace it. To-day I bought of
1epAlmont, Druggist of this place, two brushes to -
send to fneneds wh,) have tried mine and requested
e t, buyv for them. 'Col. Ponder, Mayor of Wal-
nut Ridge, was attacked by a e,-ere case of sick
heada-be while at my house He was very sick.
M31 uife proposed to try the brush, which be finally
cos-oeute' to do, with no faith lut. howeTer. In
three ilautes he misl he never fell, better n his
life, and directed me to send him a brush. I have
nuthortzed McAlmont.the druggist.'to use my name
In recommending It. Yours tnily,
Spe-aler of the House if Representatives.
Little R,:h, Ark.
Mr. Thornburgh Is aln Graund High Prlest, RT-yal
Arnh Masou, and past Grand Master of Masons of
LITr-LE ROCU, April 5, 1881.
T, Ilihc Pal-li,:
Haling been troubled by letters asking f the
above igef-nulne, I hereby declare It to be strictly
true. It was given v-tlimnarily, without sulUclta-
tion, and this Is my answer to all Inquirers.
OTT.30 N :rti -hi St., Phladelphia. Pa.
DR. i,:'OTT.
Dear-rir :-For over flveyears I have been bald
un the it-n of my heald. I recently bought one of
..-Ir Dr. i-,'t,'s .Hair Brusheq, and to my great ilas- -
tonlhrneut, after using it. only four or fire times -
the hair came out on this bald spot right thick.'
Aceltl ni yIbest thanks.
S. ZWEai'GrT, -
Diamxtud Merchanti.-
rThese tietimonjals cname to u timnsollclted.and
WO get krich every dlay. Plnileis niailed free.
This n-markahle Brushn has met:with great success,
and is iarranted It cure Nervous or Bilions Head-
ttches In live to seTfr minlnmis, cu-re Neutralgia.d '
Rheuumr.ilsm in two to five minutes. and to qutitil
srt-p faillir hair and baldness. All dealers arc
atrhoti, ,-' toctiunt Ihe priae if not.asrepri-
scntcd.. A Beautiul, Pure Brtigtllfq Bnrush, Pri.e
Wallarek' Tleatre BuIlding, 842 Bftoadway l.Y.
For sale at. all Drug And Fancy 1Slry.
Yon can order It through any wbolesale o lAt '
porting hobre In your neighborbood,- or in New
York. We cannot send it by i as It exceeds
the limnit allowed by t' U. L. Post 0l



CRHAnT snow.
WASHINCToN, April 19.-The Navy Department
has been informed of the loss of the Jr,'o,&s by
Mr. James G. Bennett. who furnis!h' a opy of the
cable mess.are received from Mr. JackAou, the
Hn-;at correspondent. This is the only information
so far received at the 'department. It h is been de-
eided to send the L-.,1,o;c, now at Mire Island,
California,to the relief of the officerss and crew of
the R,,ly,. -, and Secretery Chandler h-i telegraph-
ed to the commandant of the Ila.]ud yard to
ascertain how soon the Ir.'.jmis can be tdipa.itched.
The r-..,iie,, has just been fitted out for sea, and
was only put in commission last week. She was to
join the Paciiic squadron, and would have started
for Panama in a .hort time.
From records at the Navy Department it appears
that the R../,i'ers entered the Arctic Oceau on Aug.
20. and explored Wrangell Laud aild H-rald Is-
land without finding any trace of the ri-sius Jan-
dtte. AtTrapka, near Cape Serdze, which is on
the extreme north-ea-t coast of Siberia, very near
Bearing Strait, a house was built, and a party of
,ix, uniter Master C. F. Putnam, w.a left for the
Winter. They were well- supplied with provisions
and clothing, and doga, sledges, &e., for peairching
the coast. The R,..lyers returned to St. Lawrence
Bay Oct. 15 for the Winter. It was there -she was
destroyed by fire. The officers and ireaw naturally
went across the country to Cape Serdze, to the
camp of their comrades, where they would find
ample shelter and provisions. Chartsof the polar re-
gions show quite a number of s-ett.meunt in the
vicinity of Trropka, which is only a short distance
from Capo Serdze. There was no w vy of .-omnmuui-
cating wilh this country other than by the route
taken by the courier across to Rrusia Behring
Strait was impassable. It is not kuown when the
Rdirs was lost, bat it mnst, have been early in the
Winter, judging from the distance traveled by the
Her,.'.' correspondent, Gilder, from Cape Serdze,
nearly 1,500 miles to Verehojausk. ou the Yena
River, east of the Lena, River. Ver.ho:jansk is
about 400 miles north of Trkutsk. Gilder met a
courier at Kolyimak, on the Kolyma River, and was
accompanied by him to Verchojansk, and from
thence to the Aldan River, where he me-t Jackson,
the courier proceeding alone. The ik a large
river, which empties into the Lena River. a short
distance above Irkutsk.

Just Received,
From .New York per S.S. Orinoco,
A Fresh Supply of
Corned BEE Fand Ox TON: UE.S
Soused P'igs FEET Lunch TONGUES
flam SAUSAGE Potted HAM
It SCUITS of all kinds
CanIed MEATS, &e., &c.
Hamilton, January 31, 1852.

Protection against FIRE
Can be obtained fromi the
of London,
Jine oftlie lorzest Est.ablisried and Weal:hie.
O.Tesiti Great Britain.
Through the P. ,\ANCIH OFPFICE in these
S- ,a Shaving is efethetcl t ihe insured
,t 'e .Y't-i7,a, I)hti, a very co'isii r'l:l-.I tern.
'* .. .-.*' ; k:(-,-n b oti 1l1 i, FFAI\ :'i- : 1 'i aSPoKAL
rP 't., .; f'i'V Iur3, ? or 1 in. ,uiiis.
N ,, i.'1: S:'-.j no. < .-i, t S iL S:r F lii;us.
N. A. I 1i(F-"iF .L9,

ti t![ N. pi t-tuhiier 9th, '

obt. G. Lee & Co.,
Columiision :Merchants.
18 Leadeuhall Szreet,
Pers',n-s atleition driven to Consigninents of
Permuda P ',ODUCEI and the filling of Ber-
, udi(:-n o. ders.
April :;0, JI.dl.


R IMIEL'S TOILET VINEG (;\, a pleasant
tonic and rerieshir.- atijpicI'. i the 'l'I.ilg: and
Bath, a reviving ,renal a ml ap.ow ulii diiu ue aritan .
For warm climates ii ir invaliiable
Rl.1iMElI'S JOCKEY CLUll and otherr fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful p'Ies and inpaili an
agree -'lble coenless o Ihic lii-an.
Trilei .'alps ini hars or cakes.
hoxes, tlairehi and iackets;
aIM .1 EL': AQUA DENTI NE, clean, whitens
and preservem the teeth, relieshes ltie mouth, wid
,.veriesl. the breath.
tural Air puriliera fragrant Powvder which diffuses
tne-lleollhyand reffershing narnations of the Pine

satd- Eucalyptus Forests..
E. RIM 1im.FL. Perffamer hy appointment to H. .R
Hi. Princtsg or \Vales, 96, 'iratcd, Lundou, and 17
Biulf-vard des Italieieu, Paris.
Mlay29, 1877.

At ROyal Gazette" Stationery Store,
For Public Sclpkols.

Hamilton, April 25, 1882.



Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, May 2, 1882.

.FPtso th IIrli'Ic Mes,,in;,a ('Chr.ihleh, April IS.
The announcement which forms the heading to
this article is one the unexpected suddenness of
which is indeed most startling. The fact, that His
Race was seriously ill was known to but. few peo-
ple until Sunday, but to those few the solemn toll-
ing of the greit br-11l of St. Miry's on Monday
forenoon told the sad tale thAt once more, after five
short years, the Roman Catholios of were
fatherless. The news spread rapidly, and was
heard with one universal expression of regret from
people of all denomin-ttionq.
His Grace had been ill only sincs last Thursday.
On the afternoon of !i:, t day he had driven to St.
Joseph'd Chapel, to attend one of the mission ser-
vices being held there, and on his return complained
of a cold, from which he had previously been suf-
fering slightly. Doctors Somers and Page were
summoned and found him to be suffering from
general prostratiou, but they did not consider their
patient to be in a serious condition until Saturday,
when he began to grow worse In the evening it
was seen that the hours of His Grace were c-losing.
and at seven o'clock the last rites of the (atholic
Church were administered by Very Rev. Monsgr.
Power. lie rallied slightly on Sunday, but no
hope was entertained of his recovery. Near mid-
night the priests assembled about the bedside of
the dying Arcebishop. when prayers were read by
Rev. Father WiNsell, His Grace joining in and re-
sponding, and afterwards giving hi-s Pontifical
blessing to all the .'atholic clergy of the city and
the attendants present.
About eight o'clock Monday morning the Arch-
bishop lost. consciousne-ss, and a.few minutes before
eleven, just vs the Mission service in St Mary's
Cathedral was c.loing ,nud the cougr<-eation were
offering p.rayeis for him they loved so well, he
breathed his last. During his illness Ilis Grace ex-
pressed complete re'ignatiou to thie Divine will.
For over forty years the Rev. Michael Hannan
had labored among the people of Halifax, and en-
deared himself to the hearts of all. his
ministrations here at a time whun the priesthood
numbered but few, and their labors ware extremely
arduous. Father Hannan by his unrenitting zeal
and genia-l manner cheered and encouraged Lis co-
laborers, and by the utter absence of bigotry in his
composition, and courteous intercourse with other
denominations, did much to break down a sectional
feeling in Halifax whi,:h in other places ha, be-en
so bitter and so productive of evil results. If he
was respected by other denominations and honored
by the affluent of his own, the poor enlerttained for
him a sincere atfe'tlion, which was only exceeded by
his own unbounded, large-hearted love and care for
them. To the young too he waIs a wise and ready
counsellor, evu-r ready to help temporal as
well as spiritual advancement. Wi.-n nearly nine
months after th mournful telling ,.,f tho C(athedral
bell at tnidnb'it betokened the people: that good
Bishop Connolly wau no more. tLe cons,-cration of
Rev. Dr. Hauuan a hLit sit.e.-.-or wa- hailed with
the most -.ino-e1 eIL-bt 0.1 all hands, for all saw in
it a .'ert.iin i'rinti .nr.-n of th.- cordial relations
which, under 'li.h.p 'Coninolly, had grown up
bet ween tII. F.:m ,a Cu- hoiis and 'ot ih.-r denorin-
ation-,. Noir Iht 1j., i ro.'Iis,? with whih lie ascend-
ed the .r' hi. pi.-i.p.:l throne bee-n without fulfil-
mreni. i fe h. ,...,' o unworthy per of those
great ,'.'r, ,. .. tihe Church of Rorme has
kno'\vT. ii hli-. .1. '" Learned, sagacious, accom-
plish-ed in all ill- ,'-iniumulated lore of the Romiana
Catbhol,,- 'lt ii hie'., Lat inve-ited her with dig-
nity ;'ad In-tr.. in raill aige,; \ni;h a mind pro-
foundly ob-t-rva.ntr of linTUrta.n nature? and broadened
and naid t,.!.r r-t by thirty yeair e-perience of
the rt.-' i -t- .nil p .ir.t'of agreemnnut and diff-ren:ce
exi'iic, :r 'in': a mixed community s':h as ours,
the ti, rv Ai.l, ir-lop brought to hbi- lofty station
q.liti,-si lhi.-h nimde him nau ornament, as well as a
tow, -,i .-t..:,,a to his Church in Canada." He
wtho hi- 1 1f -' i :-ver-end pastor still proved as be-
loverd nil I in hi n more exalted position, and
Mi4 iintu.-cer up'.u the mas.:e.s of the people became
inove m-i. hty than ever, and wati always, used for
the ad,. arcement of the church and the public good.
He wa. ever easily accessible to the humblest of
his floc,. and ,ever did a deserving person seek
charity from him unanswered. When His Grace
made hi pilgrimage to Rome last year he carried
with him the earnest and heartfelt prayers of those
he left blind. Every item of news beating on hisi
journey while it was in progress was watched for
witL ea -rerness and rad with avidity and pleasure,
as al l i of cn-itine.d good health. When he re-
t.uri-l, evid.enrly all the better for his continental
tour, the vast counoouise who thronged the streets
on the route from the railway .station and crammed
every cntner of the great Cathedral, and the spark-
ling, joyous expression on the faces of all, showed
bow wioldepr.nId wai the thankfulness of his people
that tl.eir spititial father had been returned to
them. Nor while on that pilgrimage was he un-
mindiful of thoee he had lIft behind. Advancement
fo.r well-loved co-laborers in his Church and addi-
tiooal elergytii.n and other blessings for his diocese
were among the bkssings he sought and obtained
%t the foot of tLe Pontifical throne.
Almost the last great public movements of His
Grace were surih as were calculated to kave behind
such permanent benefit to his flock as will live in
their he'-rts long after the snows of many winters
have fallen on his last resting place. Notable
among these lis',t movements was that to collcrt
findu fir re-uil0liug St. Patrick's Church, a work
His Gracet hadI de- ply at heart, but was not to live
to see nacomnplith.d. and again the establishment of
the Mi.-ion hl'e, which has drawn back to the
C'hur.h so many hundred -straying ones.
The solemn Funueral S.-rvi.,- of the late- Ar hl.ic-
hop took place- at Halfa x on th.: 21st ultimno. The
Rev Fathet Wi-.-U delivered a most impre*siv-'
panegyri, on thI o.: ,,-,:asimo .

Fi -i /,. l i ,aft r: i.1, Ai *I, i
Though thL w:-athler wta not .s c-lear a;d r,:e as
eotdd I-e diesi'edl an.. the walking was somnewhat
mtudildy the arran-gei-ents for the pri.:i.-.ssion wer'e
carried o'ut ub-t:mtii.lly a* per programme. ThI
call made upon the varioim s':.c:ieties had been met
with a ready riispouse, and all t:.:ued out .trongly.
Th'e t -ri..:esieu a'aa- formed i- .hlie following or-
der :-
Poli.e Ofni:ers.
1. Juvenile 2. Medical Att.-nuants,.
3. Altar Boy; aind Aclytes,
4. Visiting Bish.:,ps aul Clergy,
5. Ofi.-iatinr( Clergy,
6. Offi,:iating B:shop't,

Mr. T. E. Kem-y. Ex-Mayor,
Mr. D. C'rouan, Mr. M. Dwver,
Hon. Jas. Butler, 4L1 Mr. H. H. Fuller,
Mr. WV. Coirpton, i ..- Mr. Wru. St.,ker,
Dr. Te nan, Mr. Win. (Chi-holrn.
Mr. T. O'Malley, Mr. D Sullivn.
7. Chief Mi'rnuers,
S. Invited M'...ur.-r, z
9. M tl..e ,,r,.d Ofttiers of thIc Crpc.r --
tiou aud City of Halifax.
10. Ward-In aud County of Hali-
f ,- fax,
S11. Otfit.ers ':,f H. M. Army ani Local q
pq Forces. .
P12. Variu. Catholic So.i.ti:,
13. C'itizeu -', b rl p, ,
S14. Nou.-C'.u. Otlicer.: and Metn ot the C-
Anny anul Loc:il F.rce., '- -
.15. C. krt ,ges

The streets on the route of pro.:,s'1n were lined
part of the way by the Rorn-n Cathtli"' men of the
various Imperial troops in Garrison, and. ol the
63rd H. V. B. Rifles. The whole wheeled in at t'ia
.losae of the pro'cssiion, marching four d-ep.
Every window and avail .1blo point of vantage on
the line of proce-aion was crowded and business
throughout the ,city was almost entirely suspended.
Flags were displayed 'it hlt'f-mast from the citadel,
unt public buildings. as well as on the shippil' in
port and many places of busin-es and private resi-
den.esa. The big bl .if St. Mary's, of course, had
been tolling ever since the death, anu as the fun-
eral passed through the streets the b-'lls iof St.
Luke's Cathedral anil St. Paidl's Char.'h were al-o
Among the mourner- in the procession were His
Loriship Bikhop Binney, Rev. Dr. Burni-, Rev. Mr.
Laing, and many other clergyiut-auf the Prot .staut
The Siqt.'rs of Charity attr ndled in cariage,'.
Some ilea of the length of the proieission may be
gathered from the fact that it took over. half an
hour t) pa--i a given point.
Onu arrivingg at tho cem,'kterv the usual burial ser-
vic-e was repeated, :in,.l the e-tlin was lowered to its
final resting. plah.:-.

DEAR. bti. LEE.-I think your readers might
like to hear of 7', I/,,1/P,,l'e Ne's-publish-
ed at Hamilton, Ber iiuda. I received this paper
on Thur-d1ay. With whomsoever it. originated be
is ,.ertduly quite an ris'.. It nudertakes to show
the relation between the Merchant and Farmer in
Bermud.i. sho'.wint. th-ir ch, .,.t,** and giving the
sentilaeno- of their minds, viz.: it shows one dealer
telling his wife-If the Produce .-lub succeeds we
are Il.itD Merchants. A man is seen driving off
with a barrel iu his wagon, showing credit given
until crop -,eason. Another party says, '" We will
give youth more for your onions if you will only
drop your clubs." Another say%, -'Try them at
10 ." Then comes a band of Farmers, marching
in quite boldly, with their Clubs in hand and
W. P. 'C. on their caps, with quite a defiant
military appearance, market. Warwick Produce
I lub: good pri:cs ,r we will ship (a determined
Club.) Clubs Trumps, April 27th. 1SS2.
Then show W ......, using an infernal machine
oin the PubliciCbe-.r -.t:700.ippearing in a bag blown
upl. W....... dreams of a plan of escape and in-
forms Mr-.. W. at midnight that he will get eight
dayv leave of ab-Dnee.
B,.fore t!is comes a man showing his head out of
a barrel. with a tube in his mouth, saying, Give
them all the credit they want : it shows that they
wihli to pai t iu friendship." Good and b.,, sf', 'i
of Farmer's Clubs.
8. 8. I.
would like to persuade
T. and c.
T:i t a drip-kec! .-.teamuer is what is wanted for
Bermud i Produce, bhut is prevented by Mulasses.
At, the finish comes a Dressed Gentleman with
beaver hat, holding in one hand a bag containing
'.1 i s.hre,-and -;'tendin. the other hand to-
wards W. 0. G., iyinu a-i be approach hes i)
.-'i,, .s a.',t it,- ,a ... W 0. G. is also repre-en-
ted in this picture. in a prostrate position with
heels up-holding cr. Peopl's-, Steamer up on his
right fore finger with the letters XW. 0. G. on his
back. Immediately behind this scene appears a
figure huldiug in his hands a machoine-which may
have been intended for an infernal ma'.hbine. Whe-
ther oir not, the I-xplosive material used was not
dynamite, but contained, as marked. Bermuda
Strawberries. The party about to use this machine
.-nilets from car to ear, as he shouts ** this will cure
W. 0. G.

_.N(:Tr-or- TIWERFr T. -
E.TarTr. LILY.-Harley Trtt, E'.ir., has now iUn
bloom at liis reaidence'one of those plants iharinao
115 flowers; a Randd sight.
SMALL ToAroUEs.-Last w'-ik I ait the R.I.,,
G.'rct:e Office a little re':en t''auiatoe that. would uot
weigh half an ouni:e. It dropped out of ai box
shipped by S. S. "Orinoco." This i-5 the sort of
cheating that is injuring our trade.
SonTrraxiroN PLaNIEr.s' CLUB. -Examine your
Produce well before- you ship -if you hope to succeed.
Onei of your mnuiembers sipped a ibad l.t. of onions
on the S. S. GOr,.,.,, on0 the former trip. They
were examined at New York and found':e-
ful. One of our Brmtudiauns was pre-ent.; I will
not here give his uanie : but it can be obtained by
calling at th- S. S. Otf.e. One of the principal
rule-; of these Clubs is that the PrAduCe is to be ex-
PUBLIC PriolirreE INSPE-rToR.--Why nut have
on,?; it would Le it check on Of course
every box i.ould not be inspected,l but it would have
a good mn.,ral tendency. The idea iS a good one
and is approved by our aithoritie~. Why not

ONION ('Rno NHaRLY EXHAtU-:rED.-OWilng to
the terrible disease which is destroying our late
croiip, will no doubt cau-e the, prices to take a sudl-
den rise. I have been informed that a. merchant
in t.wn offered a farmer 6 per box if he would
hold them bar-k until thle middle of May. I was
told by a very reliable party-and he is one of good
judiiii.-nt-that the prices of onions would be up to
10 per Lox by the end of this mouth-May.
FARMERS.-A.S there are so few onions uow left
in the country why not :.en more cautious in -hip-
NorIcB TO OUR FA.xMRs.-By S. S. F,lnm/fiah
w_. learn that Norfolk and other place- in that
neighl..,rhood hIiv- lot.- their early crops of vegeta-
1.,le., such as toui itiei, &i., by frost, ~o we may y
expei t higher pr, fur our Produce.

PEranOr.KErc, March i!t-Thie Duke n.- DuI.chess
of EJiuburgh arrived here this morniu-, landing at
the dockyard 11 o'l.iri:. They were received
by Captaiu Parkin, superint.bldeut ,f thedow.kyard,
and other oflii-ials. Their Roy l Highues--es then
proceeded thlr',iuh Pembr..;ke D.'jk to Pembroke
Town, and inuto the old castle, where ihey were re-
ceived by the Mayor and Co': pi:ration. An address
was read by tihe town clerk, anId In iefly ac.know-
ledged by the Duke, after which theiil Royal High-
nesses were conducted over the cietl-e, und tlih:u r'e--
turned to the duckyard, where the Du.l:hes- .-sirnul-
taneously launched and chi-te id, by the manipu-
lation of aleIer, the **Edinbirgh," turmnerly known
as the Majestic," the largest iroiicl-id afloat in
any waters. The huge:, .n.strutct. ..-'4 steel,
was commenced on thie 2th MIartchl is>l. Her

length is 32.5 feet, breadth feet, and tot-l weight
when launched 4,1.11) tons and when equipped t',-
150 tons. Her armaraent i.:,.sist- of four 12-ton
breach loadiug-gtiu., in turrets, and four 6 inches
breech-loadiug guns on the suiper-truc,.ture. Her
indicated horse-power i ,ii.:.nii, and her crew will
number 41100. he will al-o early l. Nurdenfelt
guns, for the purpose of repelling the aittaiks of
torpedo-boats. Her construction is very similarr to
the jax," launched from the same yard two
years ago, and she is designed to travel 14 knots
an hour.

DoMrNON' OF CAN.' DA.-7he HudIhou Bay Ejip!r-
ing Party.--OTTAWA, April 5 -The exploration
expedition to Hudson Bay will probably be under
thle direction of Commander Cheyne. Professor
Bell, of the Geological. Suttrvey, offers his se, vices to
accompany the expedition It is said the Govern-
ient, will include a grant of monney for the service
in tihe Supplemmntary Estimates.

From liue United Slates and Europe.

The Mail Steamer Flamborough, Captain White-
burst, from New York, arrived at her wharf in
this Town at 5 p m. on Sunday. She left New
York at 3 p.m. on Thursday 27th.
We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst and Mr.
Purser, for ft vors.
The New York flera,'d of the 27th nit., contains
an account ot the ceremonies attending the ma.rri-
age of Prince Leopold and the Princess lielen of
Waldeck-Pyrmonri Many Royal guests have ar-
rived to take part. in the festivities.
A lady Land Leaguer has been arrested on a
charge of intimidation and sentenced to six
months i.apiilenment.
Mr. Br-dl-ugh his brought suit against the Ser-
geant-t.- Arnis of the House of Commons, in con-
nection with the proceedings taken to eject him
frum the House.
Four hundred unemployed working people of
London sailed on 27th April from Liverpool to
seek work in Canada.
The race for the Two Thousand Guineas at New-
market wa- won by Shotover; Quicklime was se-
cond and Marden third.
Maskelyne won the race for the Prince of Wales
Amnesty has been pioclaimned for the Bosnian in-
tsurgents who return home before May 20.
Much pililical txcitnmeut prevails iu Bulgaria;
the Miniter of War has resigned.
Despalubhes from New Mexico and Arizona set
forth that the Apaches and other hostile continue
their depredations, murdering settlers and burning
The Greek Consul at Montreal has been sent to
jail upon an exceedingly unpleasant charge.
Two unknown men chloroformed the telegraph
operator at Ct-antr.di., Mo., and attempted unsuc-
ce-sfully to rob the office.

: ) OF TH.E TOMATOES, ,&c.
N6RFOLK, Va., April 25.-There was a heavy
frost last night and thin ice formed in some local.
ties. The beans, cucumber- and tomatoes were
killed in many places, and truckers are already re-
planting. The full extent of the damage has not
been ascertained from remote -ection;, but it is
hoped that the damage to fruits and the hardier
vegetables will be slight. The weather to-night is
cold and another frost, is probable.
The Indians engaged in the ree:-ut Indian massa-
cre in Ariz.manu d.lared their purpo.:e to be retalia-
tion for the recent hanging of three Indians at,
Fort Gr.nt, for mnnu-der. A ci.,rrip,-pndent at Saf-
ford' sa,- i: The pre-e-nt outbreak is the most
>lisstrois, which ever oi..:uned in Arizona. Not
less than forty persons have been killed."
The-tearmhiip Ey, t' arrived at Castle Garden,
New Y,.,rk, on the- 25th tilt. froan Liverpoul, with
1.3i)00 paexngter-.

LoNDon, April 24.
Mr. Gladstoun introduced the b lget. In hii
-spee.--h expl iniun it he referr d to. the growing ex-
penditure and slaggilsh revenue, and to the slow-
ness of the recovery of tide, esp-cially so far as
its action upon revenue was concerned. He sAid
he could not recommend the abolition of the duty
on silver plate, because the drawback would be too
great for the revenue to bear ;. but he admitted that
it was desirable to abolish the duty as soon as pos-
asible. The change in the probate and legacy du-
ties, said Mr. OGla.-tone, had w-orkedv- '?eirugly
well but the proceeds had been lesa than it wasi
expected they would be. The receipts from the
beerduty had fallen short of the estimate by 220,-
onr. Mr. Glad-tone explained that .!,40.1,000) of
the increase in expenditure was due to special
charges on account; of the Indian and Transvaal
wars. The actual surplus of revenue over expendi-
ture for the past year was 352,)000. The revenue
from tea had iucieased in late years, but not the
revenue from coffee. It i.-. proposed to prevent the
adulteration of coffee with any other substances
than chicory. Mr. Gladstone attributed the dimi.
nation of the revenue from alcohol to increased
savings by the people. Continuing, Mr. Gladstone
said'the condition of trade could not be called un-
satilfactory, but the effect of its improvement upon
the revenue of the country was sluggish. He at-
tributed the symptom not to a diminution of the
resofrcees of the country, but to the absence of
those' extreme prices which marked the previous
period of prosperity. Mr. Gladstone regretted the
growing popular indifference in regard to the in-
crease ot expenditure. He thought the system ,..f
framing estimates on the sole responsibility of the
Miuiters had not worked satisfactorily. The
Americans, he said, had shown extraordinary vigor
and fortitude in reducing the debt and in bearing
heavy taxation for that purpose. He thought our
modern history was hardly so creditable. The
revenue for the coming year was estimated at
"-'taS3,I00J, thus showing an estimated surplus of
'I' 5,00).;
Mr. Gladstone concluded by assuring the House
and the iPntry that he had concealed nothing.
Sir Stafford H. Northuiote said Le would defer
criticism on the budget and the speech of the right
honorable gentleman.

LONION, April "21.-In the House of Commons
to-day, Mr. Ri-dmioudtl. member for New-Ross, ou
motingti.e sc:.u.d reading of the Land Law of
Ireland A.t amidminent bill as drafted by Messrs.
Hlealy and Parn-ll, said hlie believed that the neces-
sity for arneudmeut of the act is recognized by
everybody4 both inside and outside the Hou-b.
The bill ai, a crushing au-swer to the accusation
that the I lsh party dlesirt to deprive tenant. of the
benefit- of.the Laud ai:t.
Mr. Gladstone said the Government could not
support tile -ecou.d reading of the bill. The Land
act, hlie said, might nut be dli-turbed, but this opinion
did n:.t apii ly to thi purchase and arrears el:m..-s
of it. 'lhe latter clause certainly fell far short of
its object,' aud -hould be legish'ted upon early in
the prel seu s-i.,n. The Gioveruiment would ap-
proach the qut lion impartially, li-.tenin:' to the
iuggestiois of all1iiuilifd per-,ius, and s-ettling the
ques.-tion effectu:ily. Mr. (4lnd.tone praised the
sy-tem for settling a;rireats sketlhed in the Iri-li
bill, and he knew that many l:Indli.ids tliouuhi
a settlementt .huldl be coumpiltl-uorv He u-.nuidered

that relief shottul tale thel f..rm of a gift, nd 'not
thar ot iof a lan. ;.Ir. Gl-d.-t-ue Itaie,.l th-it hI- would
di-ass tthe purLha.:i son Mr. Sm1ith'-, moiiou.
He said te saw in the Iris-h bill tdihe fis-t gleam of
i!ope on a dark '-ouhjc-t, for, alt'oI_.i he w is con-
fideut t'f the power of the tmpiir:, compulsion, he
dectiredl, was completely al;en to the spirit of the
At the beginning ot liis.sp.'eeL Mr. Gladstruoue re-
ferred to t.he proposals whi..l, he -iid, it might beV
the duty of the Goveinuout to introduce during
the prJseut _.ession for the direct purpose of main-
tainius plie ''veor Ireliud. He .- i.l he a pprovedl
of the application of tha Irish church aulplu-s fund
forb' tenants inu rre:,r,. but. feared that the
fund was not large enoui lh fur the purpo-e.
Mees.. -Healay, O'Shea, aud M.a. fal lane expres.iJd
tati-,facti.' with Mr. Glidatoue's statement. Mr.
Healy zaid. he believed the intentions of the Gov-
ernmient as indicated by Mr. Gladstonie we' suincete.

Lord FitzMlauriceo (Liberal) maintained thb t any
plan for dealing with arrears should bi compulsory.
He declared that unless this question was dealt
with and a state of things introduced enabling the
parties affected to start afresh, there would never
be peace and quiet in Ireland. He suggested, that
Griflith's valuation be established as she basis of
rents until the Land Court should be able to fix
Mr. Thomas Sexton considered this speech signi-
ficant as the herald of the time when Irish affairs
would take up a smaller share of the attention of
the House. He considered Mr. Gldstone's speech
too vague.
Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, an-
nounced that the Land Commission would issue a
circular giving notice that it is ready to send a
valuator to farms where landlords and tenants
agree to adopt his decision. This is practically an
adoption of the main point of Mr. Macfarlane's
bill. The debate was adjourned.

Speedy Release of the Aerican Suitnets Predicted-
Prophesied. accompanying Changes.
LONDON, April 2S.-The Stan.ard says the
speedy release of the American suspects on terms
that may involve the recall ofi Air. Lowell, the
gradual release of all political suspects and the trial
of those detained upon suspicion ol complicity in
outrages, the substitution lor the coercion act of a
large increase of summary jtrisdlir-t ion vested in ma-
gistrales, and the amendment of the arrears and pur-
chase clauses of the Land act, are the principal
features of the Ministerial programme.
In the House of Commons this afternoon Sir
Charles Dilke, replying to an inquiry trom Sir
Henry Drummond Wolff, said the correspondence
relative to the American suspects would le present-
ed to Parliament this week Sir Charles Dilka. in
answer to another question ironm %ir Henry Wolff,
said the Government had no intention of intro-
ducing a bill to enable them to deal wiih alien sus-
Mr. Forster, in reply to a question from Mr. Sex-
ton, member for Sligo, announced that the iiijee-
tionable ciieilar issued by Police Inspector :-mith
concerning Mr. Clifford Lloyd, had b. en withdrawn
sad he added that he was now in communication
with the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland as to the
course to be taken with inspector Smith. He also
rated that the erection uf huts for the h:blt.,r of
evicted tenants, and not for the purpose of intimid-
ation, would not he interfered with.
Mr. S.extun endeav.,ured to move an adjournment
of the House, but refrained ou the statement ot the
Speaker that such a course would be a gross abuse.

LONDON, April 26.-Further respite for Dr
Lsmson b-is been retused. The S.u'and i- iiif,rm-
ed that the Home Seeretary. ai;er due consideration
ot the latest affidavits, has d-cided tiiat no ground
exists justilying further delay in the executionu of the
sentence. Dr. Lam.-on will according y be hanged
on Friday morumig The tHome Otlice has irnltrit-
ed all person-" ilter. sied to thii.s efflet.
Dr. Lamson has written along letter to iiis solicit,
tor giving an elabora.e avccaut of his experi-
ence oft uw-iital ad moral in.- amorpho-ts called
in him by the e ntiuued use of m.:rphia atlj atropia.
He refers to. the piu-'iar 4 .rf ,i his nunl] at the
time orthb- death 't Pre.-id-n Garfi--id. He (.c,)n-
eludes by expr!-'iiug Iilief thit. a scieatifie pa'ho-
logical po-.t-m.rten exammiriatiia. will bo of service
t.i 'science.
LONDON. April "27 -Thlo,., '-a, discajsiug t.le
Lamson case, qyis thei full exaunuation which the
affidavits frim the Uniled States have undergone
will scaree-!y enau *:e Attor'ey-.iJeneral Brenster's
fsuie The Tiip.:s says none can doubt that in allow-
ing the Inw t" ..-h i iie'- .:isre tlo Hoi,, Sec'retary
has acted wr lith e- _"i JirIo ic.'?.

LONDO.:. Arli 2,3 -Mr. Darwin's Fuural took
place at. Woomuin uter Abbey to-day. The coffin
waS cove.'d w-i h V,.- Lths t flowers. The nall-
bearers we-r Uiitu.l States Minister Lowell, the
Duke of Argyll, Lord Derby, Prof. Huxhly, Sir
Joseph Hoouk-i., Sir John Lubbock, Alfred Russel
Wallace, and William Spottiswoode. Among those
present were Lord S.,lisbury. Lord Aberdare. Sir
Charles Dilke, Sir Ruthet lord Alcock,.Mr Mundell5,
the Pligbt H:,ii. Edward Gibson. Mr. Thomas Burt,
Prol. Tynddll, Mr. John Mrorlev, Nr. Herbert
Spencer, Vice-Chancell,,r Evans. anud Prof. Jowett,
the last two being members of a deputation repre-
senting the Univeasity of Oxfo.,rd. The anthem
sung was specially composed for the occasion. The
.-enior Canuon and I anon Pr..thero performed the
funeral service in the unavoidable absence of Dean

LONDON, April 2 i.-Miss Hamnah Reynold., who
was arrested oiiie time ago [i:.r hircon-piiou ad-
vo-ae of ** Uno rent," was a-'.ain arrested in iBirr
ye-ter"il-iy evtniu. .,un a .har' I:- ., ittiiniilatiou, and
was seuteu. dil to sRix month' iniprisonmn-Ut, i de-
fault of bail.
rh-i police ,,f ,o:iuty Corl: have bee, orderedil not
to leave their Ia-rrak.:-k- excelpt for duty, anl to be
always ii r-aliues to turu out at a moment's no-
ti.:-e to que-l disturbnaii:ts.
At the n:,i tinii-,of th- iomn: rule m,.nibers of Par-
liament to-day the vote of thanks to the Canalian
Houi:- of Conunons f.,r adopting the- resolution in of and tlIe addlr.-s to the Qu.:.-n p-aiin.' for
aitonimy foc Ireland wt'a- passed, on miiotio:u of
Mr. Dawson, inm-.-m r for Carlow.
LoNsrco. April 'J5.---The Pr.-.. A- ... itiou au- that it lha-s VIe. rcqu.-t'td to .-*..ttadi-.t the
statement that Mr. Farn>el had a .:-:ft'ren:e with
the IIo'ine Rule mLIber-s i.f Parliameunt
whlile- on Lis way t,:i Ihka.iinl a.
LONDON, April *'7.--Th_ e- r'errponuut of the
Times at Berlin says that the illness (uflimmation
tof the Lunigs) trim which Ge-n.-al SL.,,h.leff is
suflei ing is dantgerous.
It is auunittnced th.ia the J.,ritiipal th'e;r cucern-
ed in the rtecet robbe-ry of rigislered leltfers from
the Centra! PFt Ofice, in Part:. ha- been arr-sted.
Matiy shops and b'.iiu.-es helonhing t, Jvews were
destri-) d by finre 'on Tuestday night int the town of
Kameeiitz, in the government ,1' Pidulhl;k, Rus;i;i.
T'hlie damage i- estimated at 5il.0(i0 irubhes.
The Stai.-il s ildel<:iatch Iront Cous:maliii:.ple re-
ports ihat Colonel Hakkik Bey, iiide-d.i-erimp to the
Stultai. and in\ ,nfficcrs to the Otto'uani muavy hine
.,.arted lor Euglantidl nd Ameri.::a to purchase im-
proved tirhielioe,.
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PENDENCE, Mt., April 19.-A cyclone swept over
Bon mialiville, .Nahliig to, oii monday altern'ioou.
Thie bIi-ine.-, p,. t;in ti the ltwnu w-s nt';i sljhlied;
Seven per.'ii '.,I were killeil, aiud b-t'.vemi 1'x un.t aitnl
thirty ijured. The -torn emnue i'frum the S.ith-
West. : It is said; that the fi'r iutimn.i -a was a
rtariug ,,un L ,vhih \as im1edi.,t,:!y r, .h v 1.i Iy
a large, h'acki liunel -;ape.d eli, J, Mio,*g ilt the
rate oft one hundred uiih-ls ait hour. When it.e cloud
reached the Wes.ern portiku ol the t i u .it dr,.pped ,,
alnmo-t i'lthe gi.rotnd, ;iud di've. reu' IL; Y tCiiItu ;a
radius oif eeveial hundred rd itp ii u it, i .5s.vep.t
through the town lying everythin'w.;v-ie ini it,- path.
Two lirge brick buildings w,- i'e l e'kc! Ip like'
-tra' s ailud turned iult. sh3 .''cst-. ritiiu'-. A Irame '
dwelling wi'', carried ,o)me diia.t.. ;,ni dropped,
smashing it. The stotim !l e-d I'V,, th.iu:v.-I mi- -
onites, but twenty buiisiheti.-: l..e.. .i d-v'llig- :
were levelled, and'people iA tb, e- l ere -:;rried
various distances andl. liarled to tha ieoaud, .':1 .. or
bruised almost, beyond,- e.,'iguitiii,, tl-ilW tlis4 Win
buildings were buried by t'he tial'ig.wall:.

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