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: VID00074
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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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.-2O.-Vcbl. V TATE SUPEEI, :. 5STIQUJ~r ~s.per AZn

WaddugO.:.n, April 12, 1802.

States t :'ur i
Arip.-il whhivb --a,~ Of ~ieFrc:LitI N111-.N
in hi. h]..trttiticq to MR. ALL: -4, V. ',tn-d
Bennda ~ I will t1-ret'rc- think p-11 t'c w.jl
V..iiArS(-l f f suitctble Innc,ns i-f giving. pnuldlo infoiniu.
ori % of our lhtPt-& i-rt Youxit! ik .) mii,.c
known tihe trmt thit You.uI r* ,ih,-ZIt .~i-,l tirei .i .rv
mid forward cl ntrii,iu iionp i t- t h ? '-Liect _u q i.-
T li-unthh. itcul:,r I 1-Aidatii~l bN, 11cni' -an' in-
tending t hat it ia411:111 haj o"161nJ)H-lat ionu pon.
the IDiploniat iv find C. isular o'icti'- t,-% ml h'in uit B
addtreRsed. It ik d, ',i.,xned .imnply to 1lrin'r th.- miat-
tor boolretlcthemi in flu intelligibleh hap, and thus
enable theml to an.,Wet Inqutiries as tol the Ohbjectu :f
the? proposed Hwqntal.
I anm, (ientleumcu,
Yotip obedienit S-rvant,
11 A

( are now bei,.- o,,,ued at Turtle Cove by the enter-, T-- ,,
1.rin: firm of Frith & Mu,'phy--ouue,:tcd with Outerbridge ]ros., N otice. W ANTED
. Messr'. Johnion Brothers, of Na'.ani, N. i Street, .
promises good results. The Atla line of steamers f \ AT the Annual ,-neral Meetmi- o, the BER. Aood oo
Stoin:hing heie every few days for laborers, on their Will attend ro the f..rwarlii. of BEiiUl) U \ M. jMUTU. L LIFE ASSURANCE 'e- o. OC:O .
trip-. to South American ports, also gives new life PINODUCE: du inc tib- Enui)g Sea-oT i to tl1e TY an muenhllnent of 1Rule 14 was carried to
and nativity to our ,:oranuuUity, and, a revival of I,.11u..inQ wiell-know. hr.s-.;-: the ediet that ,',., l anl o' ,"he the 30th d,'Uy of Apply at this office.
our .-lt ta.e would put us on the way ag-ain to O,. \W. F NCER & CO., .i {eade tr., 'Ja t,,'* itheinentrance fee'payable by a Men!' MUST BE WEL. RECOMMENDED.
prosperity. H-. MS. .7)-, 7. Captain K. u-, ly, 1 ,'- .r on ,ketion shall b1 r. gulated by Lis a. .
Iartive. 1,:re ou the lth from Jamaica and sailed :aew to .at the ti tol gi iltunion, th Miy, 1';2.*
ig-du oun hr r.-turu ou the morning of the 17th. WAR'ER & ME I' 1-i T, 52 'W. Deldavwre at the time tolws : -
(,t,,in K,-i),-dv kindly turishl C-aptain Elder Avenue, Philidelphia. If under yvars of age. eight shillings. f' Sui'-4 from i4 .) upwarcds at the Emp
,f th .l. -. with two fireimeu to enable hi to) STI'I"NCIL PL \ TE' and all rurtlh.ur infor- B.twee 0. & -35 twelve -"- riumr.
)io',-e.d to Turk.' J-lau,n!. with the mails. W ith- ,nation furnished on :TIlicati)i. 3.5 & --1 _. ...ixtefn. ** .
out. thi. timeI; aid Captain Elder would have been April 18, 40 & 45 twenty N t" -
.ompelle.J to remain at luanua until propi-firemen ______ 45 & 50 twenty-four -.
could, haIve, I.en ,.'Ut out fiom. Nw.'York to tak T Persons intending to the Soe- y anr.
t tiplaceeofthrn-e whoetimehadexpied. Anat,- dR. ake allJio uemberi The Undersigned as u. t received
tempt ws- mad, to :.rin- thie Aden to Turk'lIs- advised to make a.IpIcation frinemeril he mle ine as just received
lands with L.lorer hired n firinemu, but, afier (OMMISSION M ERCHANT withoutdelay. .\ ,Aw ui),l ,,f
being at .-ea three hours, C-iptain Elder was obli.-e3 (i Ptark Place, New York. HENRY' LOCK WARD
to rtturn, tihez- m:n-n not understaundinu their bustI- ,
u,<-. could .,t feed the tires and keep up sufficient Persons wishiug to hip Hamilton. a y 8 1882 Secy. Treas. i e
steam. Thero i4 on hand a gool stouk of Salt, of, From ENGLA ND and NEW Yoy, per S.
good iuait v. but not the least demand. There is PRD U E r Eo LD and NEWYOR, per s.
some talk o ,.ttin. up a Comi)ay for the purpose --- 9O to the Emporium for Boyp' Clothing. "Orinoco."
^ ,'- talk n..... .i up a- f fl.... thi purpos.. .. .. . LOUI R MP l. o' l A M

APPEi -- 1).. at iSu0157 Cit itl.rt L, ,uJ, I+ LJ Uu 'j'O a anid. st ietly onnuiission [louse
APPEAL apar a wild -p.--ulation, -bt it the proper nature .n do o lby applying to the Undersigned.
-- Lind is to be found, without doubt it would prove a w ill re.ler
OrriCLE OF rTHE EXECUTITVE CO)SrTrEE OF~THE profitable business. Inagua deserves, success in I 1r lt rsle' a- instance neededt-.
Garfield Memorial Hoipilal, her new enterprises and especially deserving aret al s
the one or two _..o 'einA.,i',. of the old stock. W. B. ALLEN.
1,34 T it.r! ,ft i't,.,i;, Ii.P.D Ih,,'. I, 1'S1. Thou nds of do-l,.ri h-ave b-eu loIt to the first set.- T it i I I -'nC '
No event :-ve.r so sho ke-d a nation as did tl,0 tiers in the ende!,vour to sicc(e.-ifully cultivate the I anamilton, April 1, 1SS2.-Qm.
a.sasseinati,,u of Presideut Garfield. The diime was salt ponds and it i-: to be loped the rising? g,.ner- L-rd'rs
su hbrriblen a t. startle th?e civilized world, anu action will reap the benefit through some other NOTICE P TS
everywhere awoke pr:otfiund an..1 iuiv-"ra.l exeora- source, if not by Salt gathering." TN \
tion. TO Fi lERS and O
a..uavu., th- eit',c!tionusof thereooileof -- T. TO F.1f1II.JIRS ond 0'-fPf' TEA.l
our country, toti -ii nnne,....."T(A.
our iountryt .:nii d,mn edtiri monument, O to JOH M. M1NEILL & CO ., oj BE lil. J UD.'I lPl [ .. T a"
their ,bhorrn,:e of thits (ri. aud their admilti,:n if y'i, want a -ood Fitting suit of --- .-
for the virtue of the man, thie statesuman, ul d ruler CLOT,':E'.- r-,3 and 66 Front Street. r'! E Undersigned will give his I a, -'
whom the tuition mnourus, but none se-':.- b.) applo-__ tention to the forwardilhg (', BL. '. I
pri.tte or so benevolent in characterr ai that ,,t the N .I. Mq.NE. Ll &, CO., have E:gaged OLP()DJC E to the coiiip;>.ment of 5, 7 a.
natioui-1GarfieldMeuori:il Hospital. An lnstitulii:.u ,i -ervFp r.I a First Cs ; Cutter anT7
ti, be create,' by the pe:opl~.f'.r tbhepeople ald whi,.h .e *c r C-is. Cii&outter a 'e s. o i .,
shil l b. at ou.:c ;a (eu.taph t, th.: ilt-iI tri,,u- ,l- ,d Fitter.--t.5 p.r! 66 ; )nt 't treci. 3 / J J C
,ud a haven of .uc-.:,or for th- relief of -unh-ring chu- -- E ".-.-- NYO. V-, I 1n r.g t.e 'e- t e-,.,.- .
mncity. JOHN M. .cNILL ; Co)., invite the PuI'-l The hihliesti ma-k. i ranf a- r.- o .. .
In furtheren,'e of this movement, t-i.,s--m,:e.ting 'ic ... Cail Iai i 't niine their Large As- count sales re'ureI pri t ti', j I',i" ,'.. 4 .-
of eitiz.,ns appointed the munlersin.U.-d cuvninitte.-, sortment of 1iie L'i~in. and Pants .'1.-- klnon and r-'i .-.Ie irm.
who submitted th. following aip.:al for ai:d :, i ulo- 65 and 66 Front i.' -t. JA rZ O TER3, r .E. Le
moperatiou, which was aun.iniol-iy ,, JAB Z .I ER B.D E.
CitizInb, tul official hi.-1viun r. i- -.lenc- in W .i h- I .iltun, Nuvr. 28, 1881.--tf l. ilian, ;r, *., : .-
ing-t.i, havu united in a im.:,v-eti:-u t t,, d._i ni rkd
and enduring h._nor t.. tlh,. rn- ot the- late FiT.--i- Rees7 u 0_- ,- !.
dent, whose great life was .so preimatur-ly, s.. .ily i --
and to tragically ended. o
His reputatiu a-i 'St:,t'sim.iau, L-,.it,'r and --
Exe,:-,ttiv w a.q,,iredi in the N.ti,, .it,. ? s desou:. of SH.1itiPPING .
Beyondd tI:-.'.-lanii,-:t at d ,iratioanu iud d 'rti Hud,C, C.ALL.' AND TI'Y l
le ''1-- i.. '.,n,1I' l,..-.:-,.'-i .v ill l-, ses .,t .:it ,,,. PR O D U C E' ,
thitl i, l t,- w c.,- iatrY in a d.-,: thl I t .'Hi J LIG I'oUt N'S. T -on W i. t. ih. well-
rn-cl'. falls tO, th. li.,t of any public man. Ir.-iit. U. Aprii 11, 1882. known .'Pi. May
.-ti. ft,-" hik *:.wn views so far as tl-v may be _________ __________ ,
inf, rr...l t'-r.,- ,ii .'i-rei .ni l li i- :. .i .,: -. the M .. ^' 7 \ a ,* /'
in-ti.ildc-i -te,1. th-at uf .- Natl.:n.H1, -.. T.I he"ll 1-Eo m 1 i ,,
l,,:-ated in tI-. D i) triC-t .f C.0lun-..ia, aud known for- l r r
Iver by lii- hi i..,,l.:-t -;t.1 ..l.- a d l i Tr,:, t... 47 Front S.freet AL
It will be a provi-ioun fur the r,.licf ut himn.iI suIt- X Will have every'itv :l'rr.::. icenl to do so
feriu-n fiom the .t-p of i.-h dranuk th. !..tter- T'- ta y ', a.' a ne.p'Y t toD His. .
est d,.g, anuil the :breaidth tf its human .L tit W P t... -S ., -' D(
it will fitly typify the noble nature and exhlit ,el Are Manufacturer's Agents and supply the W. H PENISTON, a
aim, ,t th l adw ,i,.rtvr. Th:- H.,pital i, de- public at LNION PRUl:s in BE.ui. | 46 l-ront. ire,t, [-]
sigu d t.: be ii vnid.u in itt' s-ope ot ln-f h..e ii..e as : inillton.
wai thie kindly heart o.,f thle dead Pre.-idntit in its System of Trailing : April 18, 1882.-tf.
outstret.-h of humrnin sympathies. It will Ilt ..'pen All transactions a-'e for C \SH. eitherbefore -r______ -__________
to all needing it- aid; and inuti-tii:on_,withou'. re- or on delivery ; the lowest prices being charged GO to the Empoium forYouth' Clothhg. 2
gard to ela--'., csti, creed oreo.lor. To .-,-rer for each article. andl 5 p1-r cent. dis>.ount al- T
in need of help will be the ouly passport re.l-iir,:d t. l,-1,w.,-< on all of in, and upwaids. i ._ ______ _______ tallit
eater its doors and eure its aid. Suc n i-titn- T H. & Co. o. huve much pleasure in an- 1 '" t,
tion, wounded i the ,I ai.e., of (Chinritv andl 1.,..r nouteie th, tI thu v ,,r,. cw in i.;itiin to offer ... A ;; / ;. f d O
the ery onef Garfid t pe1 ," the ai t I .-le.i an,1 give t the Public of Bermula bIett-r valtt. t ;
C'ontribltiri.,. ~ndill aud L,'..t:t, are- -uli,. .,i! th.u in any previous year. as they arc Manu- MC'Cllfll t i a il. .i.te
nimay b- safiv rrmitted to tli H:.u. J.,I iLI'.- t'l.turer Agents and onl sell ou Comminion. tlllPel's A oent
LIN, Tre:iaut-ir of the United Stales, wh., ilr .- cu- ust.ton:ers who h:ive lie,-n pla. .-d with the 12.5 Chuambrs Street
seated to act a-, Trcan-urer of the fund. ,Goods they have bought frinii thle EMi'-nlM, P. O "Box 27"2.-
He gives twie whuo iv-s quickly. Let th.:- re- will greatly oblige by favourintr us with their ei-' at
spongee prompt, ge-nerous ani.d tuiv.-'ael. reomrnendLations amongst their friends. 111 dtteniOll pid to Jiess
Very respectfully, 'amih'ion, I9, ?.--12. l Berimulda Ship1)mentls.
JAMES GILFILLAN, Tr'nrOr. New York, March 22nd, lRS-2.-tf A,(ent
OEN.W.T.,HERMAN, .,Ck.,,..u. Summer Goods
WILLIAM WINDOM, V.,..-,Ca, .,,,.,... furi.-e driukers should read the,- advert -is. .nt in
Aviher ..olluu headed 0r._, frire, O.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. At ther , heded (,,,/ _.O.
Gen. W. T. Shernian, f:r,uc. E. P J N E S I m e A Jud' e
Hon. William Windom, .Jim-Cis,'.E. -S eA ;Jud 1 ge
Hon. Gifillan,. T ,r,, orner of Qieen and Reid Sircets WTole.sde Commiss'on Mtrchaid,
Hou. Jamin.G-. Blaineu,. NtIV 1i:( I P1' I ING from LONDO(N rR4E
Gen. D. G. Swaimn. 1T ,, ,,, ZT- TSN y3 & .OT- M -109L IT, lh
A. S. Solomons..r I,,N.. v.-YiR
James H. ;a'ille. -I' 1 "I -o.ria L WN a triedd 4 1 ani48 Broad Ave., \'ahinlon \lMrklt.
John A. Baker, RucdI S tir'. MUSLIN IUo C:AB't IC --
Jttutice Arthur MacArthur. ladies and Gents 1-I il &e, riTE UNDE I.SIGNED \ill re-
John W. Thumpson. Dr. J. M. Touer. ALSO,
Lwis Dais. Dr. E. Smith To 1 sent ti S u.1ual thei bove ell kno I t
Le w i s IT. Da -i,;. Dr. E. nith Towihend tc-llt (- B(vrWhite 114 Colored flli,, and l ill be t all time- realdl to ree.iv e,, to
HeurvA. W illard. Dr. F.A. A-.hfo:ird. tl a "A" -r. ac-
Reginald Fendal.. Dr. S. C. Buisey. .tlr't," v HAT and forward any Produce, lhich may be emt to ibnve j.i
E. Frauncis Riggs. Dr. J. Ford ThI.,aipsou. ANYD, hi care. Pronrpt Salts anti qu ick returns gna-
W. G. Metzer.,tt. Dr. W. G. Pahlmer. PERFUMERY, SOAPS,& &0.1 rantee. ii t
H. M. llut<:hinson. Hon. Josiah Dent. Highest Market rates will be obtained. 0
Benj. G. Lovejoy, ,.,I,'d.ScCrta ,1. 7 1 og T.F .. T\"&-' A LE
Henry Wie k eGarnett, RLto,rdwl .Secr ,,iry. AM
always" on hand. Office at Stoie of T. oner.s,
(' t."fe ]'i- hI'a' I n ,.. i,,,i'n1n, Ap l 2-i1 "l Hamilton, March 21, 1821.-2 mo2in th. .noi .
,t.) rHE Emnporiuan is c1lea-ing its stock of to t of h Emporium for Men's Clothing nsh
INAGUA. l r hawla cuad Blankets positive at Cost) TO uit)
Acorresi oadent who has recently visited Inagua, rather thun ca'rr theta throw gh the suutner. _
sends us the following:- -T r .*- I I-d .7- 1 t
"The cocoa nut interests at Inagu a are looking j'i' t; "i io t' Hamilto
up and the prospects of having an extensive culti-

vatlon in a few years are favorable. Onr, party,
connected with a gentleman in Maasaebhus.tts, atis
600 acrea-nearly all under cultivation-eni-lose-l
with wire fencing; others, of I01.0, to 25 and C0O
acres, are in a forward state and applications form
several English gentlemen for o-ome hundreds more
of acres, will swell our cocoa e ,itt grounds to the
neighborhood of 2,01i) a-'res. A question has ai,eun
through the Board of Trade whether or nut a por-
tion of the cocoa nut trett' already planted may not
interfere with the view of the Light fcom the Light-
Louce. is being inquired into. It ii to ,.-: hl-pt.d it
will be dectidld to leave the i tees whii e they ar'-
now plhnutd, as they are not likely t, iute- fer,:,
irora their growth, with the Jighit ') far r. hele
reef iand Alb..,y's Hole (a bhrbour in the Sjuthl acd
S. E. --i.e of the i-landiu are comc.rnel. It i- a
(Gi.d-.send for Inagua, as our Salt ijteie.,ts haue de-
clined to a great extent. Valuable Guano Caves

EDGI-A P. '-4'NfI1\ ONS-

IAiessrs. (Geoi'geXW. Spen- I

- dL A 1 .- 1- I A.)IL. VL.Ja.. -- L
Mi'RC ANTTAILOR., i (1 &' l CO.
Reslpetfully informs the Public that hle has WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEALERS IN
Op enedl ..* ,
Tailoring O3stablisi' eo nt1i s7 Str-et. New York.
Over the Store of Ale.xander J. Frith, Esqir., Reft-rence-North RivorBank, New York.
No. ;fi, Front ~ tr.t. Consignments respectfully solicited for the
Guarantes ti give .sati.,faction, n,.l oli--its love Firm Ly
a share, of the Public pli-,,t'.uag. W PENISTON'
-. A iew lply ..,f Co ..aolways i,, han, r Fr,:nt l;et, iiiltci.
Hauilton, eLbriuari y 'i l .-'.-;Jin pail. April I2, l 1 .
FpHE Emiporiumn has in stock upwards of L :., BARnITT's lor your suiumer drinks and
-5,Ij'.0 0UGarments. [ 4 keep uol fill day.

NISvA Receive(1, ISCUI~T.'; of all fliivors BUTTErp.
~O\~ r~N-L'-111)T[,CTira. 0 OYSTElR-i S %LMON
"N IRNN-sl .EI SAU:4.G P LLvnch TONO1ul.VA
iABLE -'( TICKING Qult.T. IlNa t B'I.P NfUTTON DUri{
Ic.C-1l' L' N C PcIE rCCOA & VILK
I'R ~)hV.'FA QC'F' ~&.%I If, 1 ehoeol e & Milk

Mind 'T E~at WhoI&:,ale J -f r&ie '

L)n f ~ ~'P)I lA ..q E TS ht Ee~ I
EBEJ-,EZ LRA13.13EL~L. FL\X. DTImS of PrCzserved BH EE.' ROOT
M:3ay iqier.. u -3 MIN

BAvu;'FT, has ex,' lent. 971g9-rrIbl audI&i.&. e

Tan-ted t~o(11-1UL'Cl1 se,7

G'l. ccrIr-Cs,
lQuiet to ride or drive.
9, 1882.---2

"For Sale,
YF 'heis of Oolon.r 'E A-best in ,11,-

C.oultry -|
md PLOUil
)p. M- L. L.
RA\N Drums FI SH
B kCON &c.
Doors \Wee' of IR)yal iazette" Ollice.
or, ? .:irrh 14, 1 .
- the Euimporium foir Clothing of every

!iQlrt f' (i ,i'-lE ad White



r'' .' (.f 'idc :I'i .' Fas. Brosui w.V .
ft..ra1t:,:,, ^Dri!'*-!, ;:-,r.
SU:TIT* o 1. B'' 'iliu'thging in Stock at
'- '- i 't. 'i ; -.!i
For Rent,

In the Town of -a''- -.,,, a. comfortable and

At present occupied by I". Plant, Esqr.
It has inanyv conveniences, any rooms, out-
houses, stables, &c
Possession given ist .ugust next.
Aprly to
1,; 4 -... 4t' a

U r~~;~~T: May lot, IP32.
.-- i.~L~ t) I3&RcIWTT 1-11rpure Ii'ed Aei-3tt3JDriuka

vs. d1. Emilius Ottleibridg-el o lS A
cs- C2o. 0
ts For tie fQunbee -t-ani-.hip Co'yan, A PI lST 1.
HAS Bil-.[.N Rfr;lOVF-D TI'l
51, Broadway, Newj

:nth- 4PuNirs ofOAle8 1 RUDDEI-R
lEnporitiun is known to be the Cheapert 5 Brnsi VU IPC 14C1.'.S I V( N l
lace in Batnilton for Clothing. 1 -% %VN I N G a n IS T NITTO
--~ I Woolen CU,;l10Ns (IleW)
-- ~A j~f~-I 0 APN P1. (wiih .5 t-atilorni c'h,4in)
SP iDL;)0'K7-a~i-d .ti .,Id C()Vi7R

I tlr t'il i'dci C C ." .rtau-'i ir. 1,i1hv AiL $0

5 ~I'AS~fl~'~ E~i ~a!W. -T. aENEY,

t i lon OJ, i~ et

*JOHIN B. ST-\Illl_ -"0.
in, Aicril t?, l86'-3rja
-.ITT, ftlwvays keeps the Be-st Syrupo.

For Sale,

To arrive by the Steamer Beta' on 12th May
These Wag-ons were built at the Factory o,'
J. M. D)eV\'olfe?. Raliiax, N.S., expre.-sly for
BEi-muda. Price m1od-rate. '.A'ermIs ae-om-
umo'ldating to approved purchasers.
St. George's, lbth April, 1882.-tf

-.- The Choicest TEAS

rn this Market
Can only be obtained from the Undersigned,
Agent for the Halifax China Tea Company,'
at St. George's, viz.:
Choicest Byson 3/ 11).,
Oolong 2,'3,
English Beakfast 2,'6
Souchouing 2.',
Congou 1,6, 1/9 in family caddies of 5lbs. and
10 lbs. ecah, all bearing the Company's Trade
Every Family should avail themselves of this
raie opportunity to enjoy a portion of this
great luxity.
St. Georgb's, April, 1 ',.--tr
rjIHL Empotiun's EaeriudL. mrade Pants are
now elliing at t7/ per uair.




I -




Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
7th and 14th May 1932, height above the sea
wh-r the. oe ritfer is kept. heint 94)4 feet.

t ay.




AS 79
w i

03 479
1 5 474

I 5 a General Remarks.

66 30.090 0 1?2 Cloudy, hazy
70 3( 06,V O.(. Fine
71 *29.9 10*0., F ina
72 29.90W,0.-i00 F,n
74 29.92000-o Fiao
76 *9.900 0-00 Fino [rain
73 29.750 0.02 Overcast. show fir

U n i/ton, May 16, I 8-<2

TOR OF THE GOVERNMENT, will receive at
Government Hause, Mount Langtou, from
3 to 4 p.m., on WEDNESDAY, the 24th
instant; the ANNIVYL.SARY OF HER

1' INTrP.ED.
May 11-S.S. DeNsoug, Smithl, Ne*w York ; assort-
ed argo.-Agent-, & Cox.
12 Barque SirG. F. Seymour, Watlington, Lon-
don; goods for merchants and government
stores.-Agents, J.. H. Trimiughnm & Sons.
16 -Mall Steamer Flimboro.iug, Wiitehurst, New
York ; Mails and gener-I cdr;,o.-Agents4 Trutt.
& Cox.
May 9-Schr Maggle, Darrell. Demerara; 100 bls.
and (6 boxes potatoes, 610 boxes onions.
11-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York;
4,1656 bhs. and 7S boxes potatoes, 12,159 boxes
onion#, 10.729 boxes and SuS crates tomatoes,
73 Loxes beets, 3 boxes cucumbers, I case wine.
15-S.S. Dessoug, Smith, New York.

In the Mail Steamer FlaniacorwoA, yesterday,
from New York :-Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Goodwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Hopper, Mis OG. Backus, Capt. E.
MouwLaini, Me-rsa. W. H. Hughes and W. A.
Moore. 2,1,1 csia--S. .Y. Noree.--St, zg Oat".
In thb Sir G. P. Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Godbitt,
Mr.. Brown.
aI the Mail Steamer Or;(eoa on Thursday last fur
New York:-Ladv Lallan, Lieut. Laffan, R.
E.. Mr. an.l AMr. Harlky Trott, Mr. and Mrs. A.
R.. HIidok, Major and Mrs. Gardiner, T. D. Mid-
dieton, Eqq., M.C.P., and Mrs. Middleton, Mrs.J.
C. E.:cleston, Mr. und Mrs. R. S. Douglas, Mrs.
Eunis, Mrs. C. VanV'orden, Mrs. A. B. Thompson,
Miss R. St,?wart, Miss B. Stewart, Miss S. Whir,
Miss B. Sh.x-maker, Miss N. Shoemaker, Mil
Sheiden, Mi.s Sarah Tucker. MfisA M. Smith, Mi-,
H. F. Pitt. Me:.srs. R. A. Tucker. W. Y. Pcr,.t,
Milt-a White.(r. 0. MMahaou, H. C. A1h, \"
Doiilas, J. Per-vfrith, N. Pet,.-t, Frank DoulIl.i.,
WV. K. PeDo D. A. Arrnitrng. J Doseph H. Phil-
lips, H. Phillip.. H. Hiamiin,,nd, D. R. Tu,:kl-r,
Thoruma Carnipl. 1. S. A Bl.-ckf.,rd. "W. E. Still-
an:,n. E. W. WVUl.ridge, and W. S. WalbridWe.--
S'wid (',,, : Mr. arid Mri. John F. H-enry, F. B.
Smith, and Henrry WlliauLn 3 inteea and 3
on de.'k.
Z~dia CIiardel up at London for Bermuda, April 6.
The Barque Sir George P. Seyrmur, in 41 days
from land to laud, arrived from London on Thurs-
day ladt. Had very .severe weatlier in the Chann-.1.
The- Setnun,r has a full eargo of stores for Govern-
ment and goods for Merchants.
The Flagship Xurth1,an.ptn went to the East End
yesterday morning for target practice. She is to
return to Gra.i-y Bay this evening.
The Brigt. T. Hi. .. Pitt, hence at New York on
the Oth inst., and was to leave i sth on return.

We have been kindly 'favored by Messrs. Trott &
Cox,. Agents of the Quebec Steamship Corap.inv,
with a copy of the following telegram :
To Messers. A. E. Outerbridgo & Co.
Beta" detained, waiting Enuli.h Mail, delayed
by ice in Gulf, probably sail end of week.
S. COuNAnn & Co.
We find the following in the New York ffc,ald
of the 1 !th inst.,-whi,-h clearly accounts for the
non arrival of the nmil at Halifax, from Ramnoitki:
St. JouHNs, NEwror.v,LAN.p, May 10.-A telegram
to-day states that there aro frt y-three ships and
Barks and eight steamers caught in the ice in th,
Gulf of St. Lawrn,.?e, and viL able from the high-
lands of Cape Ray.
The All.trn mail teamr Nw'foundland" arriv-
ed lat night. fronm Halilax. Captain Mylius reports
36t icvb-rgs ion hi, passage to St. Johns. He an-
ti..iAtteddi_3nua I., nseluences to life and shipping
property during the fog laden months of June and
July. It. is now b1loning a terrific gale from the
south and thtre is a heavy Atlantic swell heaving
before the storm.
Four ttearnihips arrived last night from the seal-
ing ground, .ll having had poor luck.

At th'eonclusion of the e performance of the
B.ind of the R. I. Rifle- on Wednesday. :3rd
May, IlS2, the members a-'rmbled to make a pre-
sEtrtic.n to B:tndsman J.:hn St:venaon. The pr,.-
*:.nt con'.ibi.-d .f a m.Issive gold Ring, with the
ins.ription, The Band R. I. R., toJ.Ste'vens'.,i,"
engraved on the inside. The presentation was
made by Lanc'e Corpl. F. Reilly, on behalf of the
ma-mb.r of the Band, to J. Stevenson on his lear-
in., the .ervi. e, ihe whole of which (21 year3ie he
erv:-d in the Band. Tlhis being thc firnt preveut'
tion in the Band for a grertt number of year.,
shows the respect and high esteem in which
the recipient wa-i held. The health of Stevenson
being drank, with three times three, Lance Corpl.
Reilly said in a very neat and appropriate speech :
"Geutlk men of the Band, we join together to bid
farewell to one of our uomrade., of whose merit(
w..- ned not speak, knowing, as wr all do, the pro-
minent p.irt he took in the Baud, ind the loss he
will be to us. Living all thLose things aside, I
am sure, eon idcring his pie.ition in the Band
(which he ever mustained; it only remains for us to
wish him every -ic.:.':.s and to present him with
thn slight token of our esteemru, hoping that he
may live to he:,r of the 2ndl Batt. R Ir. Rifle.s
Landing on the Jbland from which they take their
till,, not much the wor;- for their abstence a.r "'id.''
Aftt-r n preat deal of haad-sh:mking and thr,.
ch.era for ,he "old soldier," the company brok.*


aIg It will be observed by a circular note in our
first column to-d:ay which ac-onimpanie-i the Garfield
Memorial I'i-pital memo., froti the Executive
Conmrittee, that Mn. ALLEi, thb' nit-,1 St.tes,
Consul at Bermiuda is authorized to receive any
contributions towards this Nation:,l AMemorial
....... .-- --,.-
CacE-r.-In the Maryborough Crconi,r, Mary-
borough, Quieenslnd, New South Wales, of Ilth.
February, kindly bent ui fir..-m that distant part of
the world 1.y Mr. E. P. WehIl, is a report of a
Cricket match by an Eleven ,.f the "-NewSoath
Wales" Club, against an Eleven of "Victoria."
A Mr. Murdock ..f the former s:'.o-. th,:e xtr.t,.r-
dinarv number of 3"1, anl two others of the .-ainj
Club scored, re-pectively, 'G:trnetti 16.3, ,J.,iuc-s. I,'i.
Thle total -i:or -of the yanie.--whiA:h I it-.rl 3 d yvs-
v,..s 775-s-Lild to be tlhe l:irest ever ni,..le in a tirst
class match in Auistrilia or Great Erittin. The
Victorias mr',le, what imay be considered a very
creditable scort-, of 201.


Court of Vice Admiralty.
l.-t,,, tii he Hou. Ju-iah Rees, J.dge.
9th Mry, 15S2.
The Al...ate Genera.l sdil he had,. th:-
sentene:. t' o ,.udn.liinati:.n, in the i.i'- .i frnt, .iutt
as it %\%i .'1-,, n, th, .,ll ._..ti.n thalit t.he- ner-
of tile l ,, I..: t.y Ila.. .t .. .... .,-./, rit h i.l '11--,]ittih .
culty ii ot.aii.", hlw it w t 1..-. mide, at .-ll events
in it, pyav..,,_ r 'fiin, in'iinoih' :,h the ,.wn :-r ,.,f l,.,th
ship a) .l .1 i ha..l jp' r _l .iand wl :, now ruiJ re-
enuted in C..tint, an li he thought the pm.,p,-r .,ur-'e
to take w -.ul. 1..e f.., hii to ,i.-iv, for a: .il- of. tie,-
ship and 'lr-i., whii. hlhe ai:.'.r.ulinalyldid.
TheoJ ndm-. -.,id it .mi.-d to hir that the s.:.ut.-uie.
should I1e vari.-' l t, nm,'_-t th,:.- it ,uni:.taun.c-e of thii
0cQe, dt14l .1t1:uild allege the owunr.s hi.ving .1,p-
pe n.,ir and restituti,_nu having l..een decreed to thimr
on trnmB whi,,hi thliy had failed t io ,.u.iply with, the
propl'uty wias therefore, onildemned to t hie ('rown.
Thue Adv,.g"ntt ,'itd eevral, poo-ries
from It'i..w-',,r C c La.. and i ',u 1.1,1,i a/ti Po ,
licr to lhr:w that thle t s -nt.'-e of .ondeinrmatiin was
only pronouneedl in pain of parties it,-d ..t ","p.
p.artriy or iu dt-fault of a ,-,,.ei',--..
The Ju-lge said he thb-,u-'ht that when the own-
ers refused to take remtituti,nu on the terms named
by t hE.Court it must have the same ctn fe t aa if they
failed to appear, and that le Ltill considered the
form .f th.- steut.-, should. 1..- han u',:dl to meet the
circumstances of the case. Tle. iim.:tioi for a sale
was r, fu...-l by the Judge.
Mr. Ormond T. Middleton, for the owners of the
shipandof the cai..., said if it would facilitate
matter he would withdraw the :,piaear.inues enter-
ed fir tLhem, and he zii-lde a foriIitl iu.tti,.'l toi have
the appearances taken oft the file, which was
Mr. TR--iu:ild. Gray nov.-d to have an appearance
ente-r. d 1.3y hihn at an -.trlier stage of the case for
the owners of the cargo taken off the file, which
was granted.
Thlt Court -adjourni.-d until 1"15 p.m. to enable
thle A-.iocate Generalto prepare the new Sentence
of Coudem'-ition.
On tih( rea1 emLlinu of the Court, the Judge
signed the Senten,'e ,f Condemnation,
The Advo.,riti, General moved for a sale of the
ship and cargo.
The Judge decreed a sale, the return to be made
within thirty day& from d.ite.
Th,- Court adjourned to Tuesday 23rd Instant
at 11 a.m.

Tax ELECTION OF CoRONER for the Western Dis-
trict of these Islands-in the room of Charles 0C.
Keane, E!qr., who has resigned, took plae at the
Court House, in this Town, on S.iturday; at
the close the Poll-opt.-uvote-stoo,:,l a- flliw.:-.
Theophilus J. Lightbourn...........97
Henry Johnson Atwood............. 22
Aggeus Outerbridge................ 21
William J. Henuy ...................10
Mr. T. J. Lightbourn was duly declared Coroner
for the Westcin Dihtri t, and subsequently took
the eu-stouiilu-y 0tlh of Oi, .

Lady Lafian, left Bermuda on her return to Eng-
land via New York in the Mail Steamer Orinoco, on
Thursday last. She carries with her the sincere
empathy of the people of thte, -Islands in her
double attli,'tion. Lady Laffan's son, Lieut. H.D.
Latfau, R.E., accompanied her.
O We are requested, to call atteiti:in to the
Notice, which appears in .uinoth.r C.l.1umn, that Hlis
Hoi, ram ArMjNNisr,.''rn will hold a RLcr.rToiN
at Government House on the QirL.N'- BITHrDAY
from 3 to 4 rx.

R.I. R.pLs.-The Srtants of the above as.
sembled in their mess room at Prospect, on Tune--
day, 2nd May, l"2,; to bid farewell to an old
comrade, in the. person of C,:l'.r-Ser-t. Janim.i M'--
Gee, who, after a period >.f 21 y3-,:rs service, has
been di1,.li.,rn'd on a well-earned pension. The
ner:.'ets met at 7 o'clock, the chair being taken
by Q..M.-Jernt. J. McCudden, who, in a very
neat and touching .pee-h, proposed the health of
the "Guest of thie evening," his Wife and Family,
which was drunk with musical honors. Color
Sergt. McGee, in reply, thanked his brother N. C.
Officers for thle crm1plin.ente they had paid hinm and
his wife and family, and re, retted having to leave
so many old friends to look for new ones, as he-al-
ways found the old never, at any part of the vt.-ning, lacked for the
want of a .singer. The principal contuibut.ior- were
S. J. M. Smith, who sang (by special desire) "The-
Trav,-eling Tinker." Iergt. Ferry contributed
several ",ns. the most notable being "The Royal
County D.own." Seryt. Pre.lton sang in fin style
"The Private Still." eryt. Egain, "The Mus-
keteer." Mr. Mi.N.Nam.ra gave a reading entitled
"Biddy Muriarty," which caused roars of latught-
ter; he also sang several ,:,nu-" in oo. stvle. Q.
M. SI .gt. Barklir, C. T. C. gave a recitation. Staff
S'r-ot. Ri.-e sbin a vt-ry laughable ditty, entitled
"Chip, Chip, Chirrup." Our fri: nd Bi,.,-j, was
loaoklced down for the "Postman's Knok," and
being called upon for an encore, respc.nuled with
"Not Much." The song of the evening was sung
by C',:,..r-Srrgeant- 31(. e, t utitled the '"Camineron
Men," whi. h was rendered very vigorously and
received loud applause. S .ng, and jokes were
kept up will till nmilnigit, when tie (ihairman-
who hi d l.nt>uihuited munli to) tlie haruminy" of the
evening by his -weil selected ~ungs and Ibu mulch
apprei itd "' B. .s V.:.i:. "--..l,)ed ti.- proceedings
by -ingin '"Aulnd Lang Synr," .imd "God Save
t (ie u n o." C,'lor-Ser t. MIcGee was presented
with a handsome silv-r W\it.t.h by the men of his
Cmpinp my.
W. A. lMount, Esq., Nava.l Storekeeper, having
been granted six months leave of absence, leaves in
a short time, with his family, for Europe. We
wish him a pleasant time.
The .I!,',y i.,d Nuyr. Gazette of April 29, saey:--
"Major 0, n.:r.rl Sir Edward Haml,.y, K.C. M.G.,
R.A., is now we hear, the favorite candidate for the
vac-ant Governorsfhip of Bermuda. Amoredeserv-
in officer could not p:os.i>ly be foundd"

and he also stated that the Lau. Bill amwndnIcents
would be introduced, :,usideration of Ihiih ques-
tion-. taking prelendcB(e of all other busine-,. Af-
ter the uuiver-sal indigunatiou has .sub,.ided, it may
be that the,. very desperation of Irish affairs will
incline parties to asent to the Government mea-
sures, and that the rt-'tiveness of the Whiigs.
which hal grTOwn so there Itening, will no longer
harass the Premier. The Home Rult-rs should l.,e
unitol in his tipp.:rt if only to atonue fur the em-
barrasments they have .,:.:a.ioned him, aulu the
e:.nsiderati,-n he has granted them. The frieuwl-
ship :,t Irelanh, to be sure, may prove ,f4 dou.ibtful
value, and all who would help the onuintry are for
thel time 1. titled, 0lishea t,.uadl and di '.'a-ted. The
first duty ..-f tle Government w...uld ., .-uml to b It t:
perfect .a.h ,meatsures as ,him ll proent aud! p)anish
crime, shall re-t...m aiul m.,in tiuin oru.le. I' at L.:0ne
the less should admitted e:rro of th- past Ie .-,or-
rected; and in this direction, tatWsmauship may

AstaiInatlion in Ireland.
Lord Fredilrick C'ave.nlih, who su,-eeedel Mr.
FT-rler o .1.,?. retary f..r Irolaud, w .s m d:iii .r'ed the
day ie I-a,.liehd Dublin: anil Mr. Burke, for
ii.iny ye.;,'.-- tl.:,- S ,:tret.ry, waVI uiumirdl-er I
with him .it the s,1iir- tim.:. Thr. I twi -uentlr.--mien
hit .i ft hu t ft E.rl Sp.:-ncer, the n-w L.,r.l Li.-utnu-
:tit, with whOmI they h:ad .1t .u cu',u-ltiui'. They
wr i.- wlkiug in tle i,.irly ev.-.iing.', while it wi.s
quiite I hliht, a,:-.. l'h,.'nix Pirk. Th.:r,.- w -e ;:
niili:ber .Ot per-..n s in thIe twr:tuil.-, a:ild he Lrd
Lp;,ittenuint wat,:h,-.:l them ItiAl.,n A. wiuitol'.v of the
'i.. R,.g I L,:.L e. A. Iar w. -. 1.. t.? 't rive tup
fru1111u whi>:h f,.,ur ptf'r-,. .tii a -l'hiled. The,- l.epiv>...
c.iuie utp to th- two Se.-cr-ta.rie-is n .1 -. tle- t.-ok
pljiae ,.-tw.een then. Very so...,n the uul:>.'wu nenu
remuuenl thit-r seats in thie. car and thrive 'jickly a-
way, and. Lord Freilrick and IMr. Burk.:- were thncu
foiuntd -tict.-he.1d oU the irounud, ,tabbed with rainy
wound.l from which they ahimost iinu-ili,diitly died.
Their appearaun-- indicated a hard struggle: with
their as-ail:ntu ; their stabs were deep aud fatal;
and thits, in the ( Spring twilight, in the large
and splendid park 4f it-. capital, tbhe two chief p-
liticsal olti,ers of lic-land died by violetc-e under the
walls ,.t the Vie. Rgal L.:..'e ian in sight of it-<
exe'e-tive ruler.
The app._,iutrtent of Lor,1 Cav cudibb, made ai diay
or two bet, hi- death, was an administrative ru-
volution. It marked the end of coercive measures
by the Government, and the adoption of a policy :f
great concession toward Ireland. Mr. Glalstone
had stated that. the Force Bill whi,.h .-xlpires in
Supte.iietr, would not be renewed; iand Ihe also
stat..-d that the i>:nidili provisions of tho Land
Act would be enlarged, and that among other
things, rent which accrued before its pa-s:ire and
remained in arrear, would be remitted. Mr. Fr,-
ter did not approve of these changes. He more
eipecinlly desired the continuance of the coercive
measures, which he'did not coun-ider had either
failed or been 'Iffli.-iently tested. He resigned of-
file, and Lord Frt-,erick Cavendish, an under Sec-
retary of the T rcatry, ; ud an efficient administra-
tive officer, highly valti,-d by the Premier, was ap-
pointed in his place. Earl Cowper also resigned
the Lord Lieutenancy and Earl Sp.-nt.r sui.Ceceded
him; and as a further part of the now pol.iy, Mir.
Parnu.ll and hit imprisoned associates were released.
The Il-i;, muler-i in P.irliai.meit were hastening
there to amssit, ift not shape, the changes in legisla-
tion, which however inspired, were an apparent
surrender to their lamor. It must be said that
Mr. Gladst.ue'st new departure caused somiethingi
of a public : ih.,.k. It ,may be true that coercion
had failed and that vileu.e and discontent were as
rife in Ireland as they eve-r were. It may be true
that it is found to.: 1,e almost, impossible to stamp
out diafftection so general; or to impose upon
communities measures which were unacceptable
though arc.-umiipanicd with palliations. The Gov-
ernment may 'iuly propose to do now for Ireland
what should have been done years ago, and the
surprise may be occasioned more by the time when
the conciliatory seiheme is announced, than by the
character of the cun':iliation itself. All this may
be true, and yet, while Home Rulers were defiant
and contumacious, while agrarian uutr:iges were
common, while law and order were contemned-it
did seem as if Mr. Foort. 's position was the wiser
and the stronger, that the (oercion measures sh,uldd
be retained until the authority of government was
recognized, and that thle large conces-.ins intended
should wait for a -pirit lees aggressive, a h-ltility
less dangerous and sullen.
Mr. Gladst.,ne's more liberal plaus wereno doubt
precipitated ly the Coi.nservatives, who, also, have
been their position on the- Land question.
Mr. Smith, Li.r- Br,-:..,.nusfiel'4da Se-ret-ry of the
Navy, had with the lot icurreuce of L-.,rd Salisbury,
Epr;~:p .e....p.- m[Ittinii t., l.landlords for lainl to be
let on ea-y tet-rns to tti.unt-4, together with other
advant .'-- to thI-,-r greater th., uy the liber-
als had yet advocated. It was generally under-
stood that the. L.,u1 Bill was to go further than it
did at first, and that with greater concessions to
the occupiers of land, some if:.rt was also to be
made to compensate the losses of the landlords.
But no one was quite pre for the abandon-
ment of all coercive measures, and for the release
under circumstances which meant an increase of
their power, of the Home Rule ag'it.itors. The
Conservatives pr-pared to debate this c,,.on.-ihat.:,ry
policy, and a resolution to that end was moved by
Sir Mi.-ltel Hi!ckz Beach- and was to have come up
on the eighth of May. The defection of Whigs,
more than the action of the Conservatives, disturb-
ed Mr. Gladstone, and it was to propitiate this sec-
tion of his suppl:,rttrs. that Lord Frederi, k Caven-
dish appointed Secretary. He w-., the son of
the Duke of DT-,u.-hir.: :and the brother of the
Marquis of Hartintton, the repIese-nt.tive of the
Whigs and the second in power in the Cabinet.
The new Secretary wMs not generally known or be-
lieved to possess the ability for his arduous poitio:-n.
and the Irih aud Radiciu:ls were nut -.,ti-red with
him.. They iimiteid that .-on.: one like Mr. Cham-
berlain, more identiti'-d with the unu. poli-
cy to be ad.:,pteid. -hhunld have been selected to give
it expression and effect. It was an anxious aind
critical occasion for Mr. Gladstone. The lines of
party allegiance were relaxed, and it was for the
de'-1 te and division toshow how far he was to be
sustained, or ho-w far he was to succumb.
Such was the situation when two days before',
that fixed for thie debate, the dloil.e murder in
Dublin horrified the country. It wa- uo munstrous
as to put aside all other thoughts and purposes.
An innocent man bringing peace and -conihiation,
had scarcely put foot on the soil he came to serve,
when he was brutally killed. The existence of the
Mini-try had been perilh-_d by the -hn'ges which
he r, tresint.:d, and hi le.-,n slhull h1ve, been as
s,, red as if he carried ai fl ig of truce or wore the
red cross on his shuuldler. The auth.,rity and the
patience of law; the wisdom and endurance of
statesmanship; and every decent or grateful im-
pulse were outraged by this brutal deed. Nothing
could lie said to excuse it. The Home Rulers wore
deep ri, ,urning at the first and only session of Par-
liament after the murder, and were eiiphatic and
apparently sincere in denounciing the crime. The
deed, it is said, was (ommitted 1'y Fenians rather
tin Home Rulers, BUT IT WAS THE NA-
OR THE BRUTALITY. No black ,clthes or sad.
looks. ca r:store ti life tlihe twu men, who, with
stal.s nm.ore deep anid cruel than C.esa"r's, were as-
sasin.te:d in Phoenix Park. The Conservatives
volunteered to help the Government in the emer-
gency, and the debate they lhaid intended was put
off. Mr. Gladstone st.ted that further authority
would be asked to iuniih and prevent crime;


A Comfortable,
Wi hi na,'ui half .i :erre of L INI1, ,ituaied near
the main itord at the Flat's Village, now occu-
pied by ~Mi. E[iWA.[I PENI-TON, and boundeI
ELst rlhy by land of 'Mr. l'illian A. Taylor.
One s3 rv-Ver uthli in front. Terms very
r.,s.,u:ille 1 lm ii. of the purchase money
i 'n re'i 1111 o il :ou')f ,-a e,
.N T, iv eDr!v to
15[h llay, lb 2.-2 ;jp

By Public Auction,


still pursue the cahn way of justice, without re.-
'ar Mr. Gladrstn.- has I.-een -.eri.:iuely cerippledl iu firm
:iliniiuitratiou .f Iri. h ai tairs, lvy the iufliueue-, -if
Ch'lriib'rlain an.l Bri-.lht in his lia inistr, n,:ud the
diftic:ultv whihi. tlr~. teued, the exixjten, e ,.f Itii
('.,in-t l.y all:wiu.' tI :i to retire. M r. Forstf r,
w-ll iLnf.:,-inl lTy tl.- 1 .; Und.-r Se,.retary, Mr.
Burk-, in the .-a .i: ie.. f the Iri' h c'ri-is,
U'2v. ,_l d.l ( .-i4 e ;n, l '-r If-.ive lti,-,tqare.i, the_.,-lvii-
l.ility .f ,t whi,.l if i ; .t,-i. 'uly too well knew,
lIt fl',,ll p.mity tv x.... we, iunal.l to lur-.iptly
J-i,:.le t,. D)-l.y t v.: olpp-.i tui itie- to ,liswuonteut:
;tLL,1 whtu -tr,,up." _:1 .iuert war, le-ngs_'th -tartfel,
ift w'a., f that -th,.ir wi-ak I..t ki'g 1. -privel th'--u
o(f mu1.-h *.f lhe fti,.e whi.:h th.:yv must otherwise
hltire hIad a.un earlier ,t:-ove. Bea,:.nasfieldl had a
.-irailar ditfieilty with his C(Abinet in the Eastern
que-tiou. He made one coni eS.Oio-n to the hesita-
tiou -:.f two of his colleagues. Lor1 Derby and Lord
Carnarvr-n, and had the nerve and decision to rii-k
the existeure of his goverunieut and act promptly.
which course certainly cured ius the Treaty of
Berlin and saved the ,:-ountry from war ic:.mpliea-
tioun. True in Glatlstoue's a.c the matter is a
home one, the agitati,-,un have been e'oul'i-ted in
an underbhau manner, and, however insecure the
pe.ue? of Ireland. there lacked any open revolt to
ju-tify military uperatiois and decide the matter,
and Gladstoue hinimself was desirouss of trying every
conciliatory measure to avoid extreme remedies.
But when in the i6shape of defiance to) hii pet Land
Bill this course waSi beinu largc'-ly neutralized ty
the Iri:ih party, tleu a decided *o..:L'e was re-,,lved
on, whi,-h Mr. For-ter was carrying out with pa-
tience and hope of ultimate success. The :haun,e
of policy precipitated by thle symptoms of the Con-
servative party, and more calculated to' keep to-
gether his own party made it almost necessary for
Mr. Gladstone to accept Mr. Furster's resignation.
The .uppleit-nt is horrifying in thn extreme: the
i::ld-blooded murder of the- new Secretary, a dis-
tintutished member of a high aristocratic family,
and his aMe aittaunt, from the details of which we
turn with at tu,efu- ti :in. But may not this infamous
outrage prove thli. beg-inning of the end, demon-
stratiun more loudly than anything else that the
exercise of authority with deribion and mercy is
the ure for deprav.:d vill- iny of the foulest kind
Mr. Gla.lstoue cannot and 'will not further vacil-
late; the outrage is national, the remedy is also
71 itional, far above party considerations.

We understand dthat Admiral Sir F. L. MoClin-
took, Kt., F.R.S., intends leaving in his Flagship
the Xui_',,,.,,t..' for Halifax, on Friday morning

Prices of Bermuda Produce in the New York
Market, on the 11th instant:-
Potatoes, per barrel........ $5-50 to 5'75
Onions,per box. all sold at..$1 75
Tom does, per crate.........40 to 50c
Captain Smith al-- Mr. Purser Thomp.,un of the
.Dessoug will please accept our thanks for favors.
On Thursday evening last at 11 o'clock, a fire oc-
curred in the stables of Asst. Corny. General Stew-
art, at Fuiryland. There were two horses in the
stable at the time, one helonaing to:, Mr. Stewart,
the other to D. A. C. General Moore ; the former
was so much injured that it died within a few mo-
ments, and the latter continued in a very critical
condition for some days. We learn from the
Vetenary Surgeon in attendance that it is now
improving. The fi-re originated by a lamp falling
on some loose 0 .,t-..ding.

PI3- A Sulpplement of Five Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the "Gazette."
It contains the particulars of the awful murder
in Phoenix Park, Dublin, in day tim,. of Lord
Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Un-ler e.retary
Burke-Reason .,f Mr. Forst,.r for resigning
office -Proceedings of House of Commons on
state of Irelan.l-- of the League Lead-
ers, &c., &c.- Communications Public Friend.
T. R, James P.lling, Public Friend, Potato
culture, &c., &c.

BIRTH, in Warwick Parish on Sunday last, the
14th inst., the WiF of James B. Lindley, of a
....... in Queen Street, Hamilton, on the 8th
inst., the WIPE of Mr. 0. L. Dickinson, of a
....... on fay 10th, at 11 Lockyer Street, Ply-
mouth, England, the WIPE of C. E. D'Edterre,
E;q of a So,.--(by eable.,i
DIED, in this Town on the 22nd April, JoHN
THoxMAS WILLns, aired 42 year, and 22 days; leav-
ing a widow, 6 children and numerous relatives
and fric-ud to mourn their loss.

Will be Absent from Bermuda
For a Further period of Three Months.
Hamilton, May 12, 1882.-2

For Sale. .

rfHE Dwell.
-4 .in, iiouse ''1.\l lA F VIt.LL.A,"
n ih barf and about Two acres of
LNDI), situat- at SALT KE1irI.E.
T'enders for samiee will be received until the
26th Instant, by theUn-.erniguue.l, who does not
bind himself to accept the hliighest or any T'I'ndc .
"' Bel Air," Puget, 15th May, 1882.-2

Two First Class PANTALOON
Apply to
Hamilton, May I1, 18S2.-1 pd

I b1s.

18th instant,
At 12 o'-l..-k, M..

15 Boxes TIN
10 Bis. Pilot and Navy BREAD
10 Hhds. English ALE
10 Boxes Family SOAP
20 Boxes CIGARS
10 Bls. Grocery SUGAR
10 Tubs New York BUTTER
5 Chesfs TEA
5 Qr. Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCO
10 Casks Kerosene OTL
1,000 lbs. Green GINGER
2 Dozen Pairs Tweed PANTS
5 Cases 1 lb. tius LOBISTERS
f. 2 Good Farm

A A'el;oaiera.
Hamilton, May 15, 1882.

To be Sold, by Auction,
At the Residence of the NAVAL
STOREKEEPER, Ireland Island,

20th May next, at 2'30p.m.,
Sundry Articles of


A Fine Halifax COW,
Imported last year,
Except such articles as may be privately
disposed of meanwhile.
Bermuda, 1.5th April, 1882.-2

Sale by Tender.
The Undersigned offers for Sale by
Tender, Lot Number 29 of the 5th Longi--
tudinal Street, Hamilton, measuring 150 feet x
50 feet, with the new

LC ot t a ge
Thereon. The Cottage has three good sized
airy rooms, besides an entrance ball, pantry
and kitchen, and has also a gool tank, now
full of water, anl a cellar.
TENDERS willbe iveeived by MR. REoI-
NALD GRAY, for the inldersigned. up to 6

Noon of MONDAY next,
The 22nd instant.
The Undersigned does not bind himself to
accept the highest or any Tender.
Hamilton, 16th May, 1882.


XfR. JAMES B. LINDLEY having with-
LYL drawn Irom the Southampton Planters
Club-the Club has appointed
.M#-. fmfrdows Snifth
AS THEIR AGENT for the Receipt and Disposal
of Produce at the Flamilton Sheds of the
Members of the Club.

As there is just cause to suppose that the
Mark of the Club (for use of Members only)
has been unwarrantably applied- the Clubs'
Mark in. future will be
"S P C"
Which persons are cautioned from fraudulent-
ly using.
R. B. NASH, President,
F. F. MISICK, Vice Pres;dent.
R. B. MUNRO,Tre-asurer,
J. U. BROWN, Secrelury.
Southampton. May 13, 1SS2.-1

Lime Lime Lime !!!

LT ME burnt with Cedar Wood
Sand Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town from one bushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders over 25, special arrangements can
he made.
On application at "Iloyal Gazette" Office.
lamiltou, May 15hb, 182,

h Arraugements for delivery to any part
of the Island can also lie made.


344 Washington Street,
New York,
hlespectfullv solicits consignments of BE ItIllMU-
Personal attention given to the Sale of all
I ligherst Manrkets Prices obtained, Prompt Re-
luri r,s guaranteed.
.\ cinompetet Mainll will be under the S0ed to
r-ceive and forward Consigiiment per each and
every Ste truner, or otherwise as may be required
or directed by pIirties shipping.
7 is the Shipping Number.
Apuil 22, 1862.-3p ti



- .(.. .t .. .. .[*. .- ,, nu tpe

a _m-


By Public Auctionl,
SAt 12 l'-Ir..-k, (\'no,',)
The 17tll Instanlf
Ind,' r Pe-retal Ord.-r of lli Hlonor JOSI All
Rk EI., Judge of the Vice Admiralty CotiIt
c. HBermnudla,

M. AS'i'., SP 11.;-. S %ILS, SnardJiii and
lliii:miing LGGING, AlI''AII Eli an F'UIC-
NIT'IJII', &c., ofi tle Derelict Bliig

Now lying in the W.iters or St. George's Iiarhor.
A 1.-0,

Of the saidl ri_ LPi i 'I).' a vorti.,,n of
which is in Slore and a p-rtion om bonrd
.. H. TROTT,
Marshal c(.rthe ..-. Court of Bernt.ida.
May 9th, 14Q2.

Now Opening.

Just Received from London and
New York,
L A N \E NNIS SI-'T:4 Tennis BAT:;
e l;ii'li'n BA I .-.

I ,wn Tennis M R[E K ItS
Rughy Foolt B'.LLS
F 0i_- 1f A CCI IW I'Z


At a" Glasgow Lodge," Southamnp-
t.:.n P.Irihb
The 25thll May. at 12 o'clock, IM., Sharp.
I amn Iistruted to Sell, a Lot of
Consisting in part :-
BED-TE'DS Che.stof DR\WEHs
Bath PAN:. Lot of COOCKE'iY
Platud and GLASS WARE
China Breakfast SET
China Diiner -"ET (Double)
Croquet SETS -
And many other' useful Articles that will ap.
p!ear at the i0le.
A uctioneer.
15th May, 1ot2-2 3p

[ ".' __ ''
At Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock, MI..

May *2tlb.
At the Residnce of F. PLANT,
E-qr.. next West of the Hamilton Hotel,
The whole of his well-kept and nearly New

,Loo.,,iig ,AS. O r.-oi t FURNITURE, (iLA \VSSWARE,
Child's C AIIIAGES for Toot' ache Bird 'AGP.S CHINA. &c., Consiting in part:-
Pird SEE-D Tonic for Sick Birds X1IAHOGANY and Rose Wood The Hous
Summer HATS, latest styles L TABLES r Grand U
Ilu'h Hals. very fine Mnlinoany Cousol TABLES
Manilla Segars al ( CherooSup:rior Dii'ing Room CHAIRS
1lFancy Do. Do. 1k Pro
Choice Segars and Tlc-., MIRRORR.I; 2 Oil PAINTINGS In the Bas
Veviarns Fsee-s .lat, lies Walnut and Mahogany Parlor CHAIRS In the Base
Cup! a..I Plate Brushes Marble Top SIDE-B' ARD am
And a variety of othdr Goods too numerous Large Easy CHATIR, Leather Covered I 4tA
t. miiotion. Foldlinr Sofa CHAIR A2 t
C. H. ROBINSON. Painted Be amler Doors ope
15 Front treet. Hamilton, some Ladies WA RDROBE commence at
.15 Front tree't. lamilton, Iron PEDSTEAD-Doubl," Admission
16h Ma', '2. __ Child's DO. Camp DO.ission
R Sliing andl Hair MATTRESSES, &c. Commit
By the r e'leymour from Toilet S!-.TS Mosquito NETS ,
Lorndon, an :s~eriioent of L;arge Linen PRES N.B-The
t x vants ROI-,, Fntinitire N.B,--Thee
Gli-n i iCki S'iSTOVE tedance eac
,4 Supper TRAY and S-tand i Hamilton,
[ 1'-IT Material fIr Dresses LAWN Superior Lot of Kitchen UTENSILS
A -TIN 'iNT-' IL--.. DES E. :-ni.:l T'I:-l Stand N Otic
CII I'T()NV'ES Straw HATS Mi,_at iA,.'E Dal:, TABLE
UI FR ILLtS: Il C, IVl :,E Dinner SERVICE--),. j:i-:-,'
A variety of L X('FS Lace Collars and PFs f (-' It. G(tLA,I TG Ef Unders
Nottiichi L;.e-e i .!l INf and CU I- 1 Do-z. each Shprry. Port. Champagne, Hock, J- ders for
TAIN N ET and Claret 'iold'i TUMBLERS P g
Fa.ic. GOO.S, &c. Soa i).. '-2 pair DECANTERS Painting
W. S. DARRE Cin Breakfast in, Tea SETS TTen 1 i
laro,, 5,,, 16, ",., APede-tal. Swinging. Braek-t and other Until l &
liarniltot, Miay 16, 1S,.-2 p LAMPS
Handsome Folding PERAMBULATOR-by Not bou! d ti
er m u d a ce T.u or
Large size DOLLS Do. F
Made from Pure Rain Water. s.-wing .1,ACHINE by Wheeler and Wilson i
aneil-tt- wit And a great manny other Goods that will ap- May
pear at the- Sale.may 15,11882.
C an be ,ed ut -,der all eirc instancee s w ithoul [he e at th e S al, .
danger nitendlinl. all importted Tee, which in; B. W. WALKER & CO,
most nfal'et the system in, the same man- Autineers. nt
t,: rii aa cir, n.iI in The Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Iee ,A 6OO
at iepot, Btiiaby it from a.m. daily, People's M eeti 1 n
8ad, delivered in Ilanilion nod Vieiiity i'orm 8 L'A
a.m. to i2 o'clock---undajs excepted.
price Half Peiniy per po.Uti. i A LL Persons interested in estab- M... 1.8 i,2.

Tl'is beingT : iho'n ind, lstry I i respectfully ask
a continuance of the Public patronage.
Hamilton, May 15, IS1.-


FO IR864 1L E.
At the Stores of the Unrdersigited,
A good socun'l hand

To fit a Sail B-.ait ot about i> Tons.
Main-ail 30 feet hoist. 2Q5 loot.
Jib 27 "' 11 "
The above Stils w;ll e sold Cheap for COsh.
B. W. WALKER & Co.
Hamilton, May 15, 1882.-I

lu Cedar Avenue.
Possession given (on lst July next.
For furth-r lartiCulars apply to
Hamilton, May 15, 1882.-3

Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
Dealers in Bermuda Produce C'c.,
178 Reade Street,
Solicit Consignments oj Bermuda
Sales and Remittances made with despatch
Ageuts in Be-rmudi,.
17th April 18d2.-3rd. p. tf.


" Dessoug."

The Scholars of the B. 11. E.
.Sbat1 Se or.l, Ham ilton1, tn/jd giving The Steamship Dessoug,,"
A C0NCE T L Captain SMITH,
IN THE BASEMENT OF Will leave hence for New York, at 7 a. in.
TinP R F,.hinl j, WEDEiJDIiJ l,

S .. rI 1 th Ma.vI
this Town, She is specially offered to the Farmers and Spe.
IT I IS (Tuesday) EIVE 'N I N G, culators in BERMUDA PRODUCE as being an
excellent Vessel for the transporting ol Vegetables:
AMay 16th. her last Cargo having been landed iu first class
cThe Programme will consist of usic-o- condition.
The Programnme will coiiist of Music-Vo- A visit to the Holds of this Ship will explain her
tal and Instrumental-Dialogues, Recitations adaptability.
and Physical Exercises. Unless previously filled the "Dessoug" will re-
ADMISSION-G-I. Children 3d. ceive Cargo until 6 pm. Tuesday, 16th May, and
Doos Open at 7 o'clock. Bills of Lading will be signed until 8 p. in. same
Concert to commence at 8. evening.
There will be no "Parcel List" or" Specie List'
Hamilton, May 16, 1882. opened for the "Dessou ,."
C'ionsignees ol inboard Cargo are respectfully re-
MUSICAL & LITERARY quested to Pass their Custom House Entries to-day
E and to remove their good.
n te r t a i n m e nt. To'rOTT cox.

THE CHOIR, assisted by a few
friends-, of the Methodist. Church. will

Hamilton, Bermuda, May 12, 1882.
Colonist" copy once.


give an Entertainment in- ----
Irlcaumuiic' lHall, New York Mail Steamer.
The 24th instant,
Doors oren at 7-30 1)p.m. Exercises to corn- -
mnence at 8 p.m. Captain WII'TEIIURST,
Prices of Admission-Reserve Seats 1'6, 1 Will leave the Port of Hamilton t 7-30 a. m.,
Back Seats 1/, Gallery Qd. I r -inn 'ar
A Plan of the Hall may be seenf and Tickets On Friday. 19th. May,
obtained at the Store of A. R. Thompson, Esq. '
Much pains have been taken to make this Fo01 New York, to leave thence for
Entertainment a success. return on 25th idemi.
Hamilton, May 14, IS%2.--2 Parcels and Specie on Freight, will be re-
-- ceived until 6 p.m.. Thursday, 18thl M"y.
A1 '-l--. n Unless Previousli filled. the Flzamnrnnrouh"

il.".U)", gla 4' .
l liw~ i IF- 1

sehold of Ruth, No. 61,
united Order of Odd-Fellows,
intend having
menade Concert,
ment of the Odd-Fellows' Hall.
ilton, on the Evenings of
& 25th in] '

ni each evening at 7-30. Concert
8. |
6d. Children half price. i
Alexandrina Bund will b,- in at-
i evening.
Many 15, 1882

eto Painters.

igued is prepared to receive Ten.-

*'Ut', Insait.
I) oiccept the lowest Tender. I
,ariieilars apply to
L. PUGH, l
St ;eor..-e'.

ed Immediately,
) 83 1ig% COOK.
Lpj'ly to
Devonmhire House, Prospent.

.~ :-k lishing ... ....... --

To run tioI New York. to be owued by the The Property of Colonel McKENZIE, II. I. Ri-
-reople ot Bermuda and others, are requested fles, retiring from the Armiy,
to meiet at the P R
Tou. &IoulI Ham issos9, IA PO ERFUL
ON TUES DAY, Bay Gelding,
23rd instant, at 13 o'clock, Bred in Ireland-I 5-3 high, 8 sears old, quiet
WePlans and Seeifientions of a Steamship with 'I roops-good in either single or double
suitable for the purpose, 'will b..: submitted;
the subject discuss,:l, and a Company organ- ALSO,
ed for carrying th sa into ffct Articles of Military and other SAD-
THOS. N. DILL, M.C.P. For Price, &e., apply to
SGEORGE O. WHITNEY. R. 1. L Res-The Mes-Prospect.
May 16, 1882. May 16, 1882.-tf.
NOTICE. I-.1 V 'TE11,1
naL Persons INDEITEID to the Under- Sall O N IO N S.
sigiied are requested to call and settle Bags returned.
their respective lecounts before the first dai/ of Bags returned.
NATHANIEL VESEY. Second Size Potatoes,
!inir,-hir-., May 15, 1'2 .-2 3p In Boxes (b.xes farni-hsd).
J. H. T. JACK ,.)N.
Notice. Oppositehe PosI OPus; i
S, -- Hamilton, May 15, 18"2.
A1.1. Paties INDI.'Tl''I) to Estate of the
L.,ie Fi EKI).:RICK PAINTIN. le- W a'neri Merritt
ci,secd, are hereby requested to settle their res-
ie.-tiv,' n;e:..unis on or before Ath 15/h proximno; Wholesale Fruit and Produce
;t or I\\:ih date aIll AetOliita iiut setLled will be Aeerchants
i.,'weed in 1h-.;1 haiii6 lor eolLction. M r ch ants.
i....ed ,lg .ns for coll cion 5, 54, &. 56, Delaware Ave.
D. SPURLING, Bermunda Agents,

ilamilton, May 15, 15'2,


April 17, 1882.-3rd. p. ti.

I'Hil IL'-L.;IO ui~,u Uill U p.m., lohn MIaly.
Tomatoes will be specially cared for as usual.
Bills of'Lading will be signed until 8 p. m.,
, Thursday, 18th Mlay.
' Pasenger Stage will be removed at 7 a.m.,
S19th May. Breakfast for Passengers will be
Passengers hohlling Return Tickets are re-
ques-ed to have them endorsed by the under.



r iIon. Ith M1 y, !8,2.,

C(Jluon it coi y.

IT0 f'.- T ,. O 2_0,.
or n L'D.' PR 0 D UCE.

p !![l Undc--igrei "ill e tfhl.;r ',,'.:.
T [.'i- 'I i. ic' tily t,, O V u l i ,, 1 II 1U.I '. ,.
iP L -1 t [L.K. r.-' '... i r.e i' o .., uI ,.

Messrs. John N ix & Co.,
of New Yorik.
throughoutt the ( r., 'e'
m.A C! res ,ir ot or en.' .. i.
proceed will hive to be borne by die Ow net P
the goods.
The hi.hcst markett 2a.'tes will be obtained
and .i'.roi'.t S'Il. returned pron'ptly.
H.u-ilton, Bermunla, %pril 17, 1'82.-2ims 3jp.

Shlppuiy f'or Account of
Gro'e'ers and Owners.
W E respectfully offer to ship HFRMU.-1
i PHODUCI-: far -ale at New York h,
either of the undermenfioncd respectable Com-.n
mission Houses who may he preferred by Own-
ers, Shipper;, and Growers.
Not responsible howev.rx for the net proceeds
until paid to our order in New York which
order will be given to the New Yolk,Consignee-
or Sale, for e'i h shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense,
of the Owners interested, and owners will cleair-
ly unlersinnd that all dangers of transport both
ways are borne by them.
The Comnission liouses for whom we soli ci
business are
Messrs. JOHNIVAIX 4- CO.,
No. 166 Vest Street. New' York,
and our Shipping distinguishingnumber for them is I
No. 151, West Street, New York,
and our Shipping distinguishing nuliber for them
is 999.
Stencil Pl.ates with above nui 'bers free.
Hamilton, Bermuda, r iths. '
I ith April, 1882,

FO3 f .L 4; ri S Sfd!,

T. H. A. PITT,"
lH,)LLI ", :. Ab te,-,

Exi.ected t,, -rrive fo .. Nw I'ork in a feow
dnys; %il l ad witfr despatch ., De:ne'ara L
return vii hrbr.ados.
artists w uing toeengage Frhi,;ht will please
make early a, location to
Hamilton, i5th May, 1882.-I1
Cotfee drinker d should read the advertisement in
another co.lunm headed QuOd 'oCq'c.

Ofl'w U T


TENDERW will be received by
the REcEIVER GZruxER., at his Office,

tte Sixth day of uly Ne.rxt,
at Noon, "from perso s desirous of Contract-
ing to -.
for the use of the Health Officer at St. Geor-
ges for three years, to commence on the First
of August next. .. -- T.
Forms of Tender may be seen on application
at the Receiver I Ueneral's. Office, Hamilton.
JAMI S TrcI R9,.
Receiver General Office, ral
Hamilton, 15th May, 1882.
May 16 and 30, June 13 and 27-,3rd page.


THE ROAD known as the '.' Old White Hill
'- ad," having been handed over to the
War Department by 'Proclamation dated 31st
Laich, I3SA", in exchange for Now Road re-
cently constructed (in part by the War De-
parti ent):-
Notce is hereby given that the-
T.-. I 'Tpartuent Po-t1 k-nrwvu al tha ('H
A";t -11 Poad" will be c.lois '-r I2 Eour.,

7-30 in. r1. i insIt.:
A.'.r !URj ji. '..L-'"DONNEL''L4
L.t,'.- ... I, .L., for C.R. E.
ri... Office, Pns.,ect, M.Tay t1, 1882.-1
rJJ' i. By 1 1V
*' n' i D i,!; .l.O oi t 1 of b :ium
ui .'iO'V & I.' 'UG i. th- Jed o \'ir l.. ,,
.t ;. onve, end tiii.t *li hu.ine. vatll b. euI-
'ied on by the sit viviig p.:r,'er,.Georgei F.
',J..h. in connection w;th L.nis A.. Van rHo.
,.,,dt, udtr the firm itume of
I'.e name of the late Firm will buly belted
'v the surviving partner for the purposes of ri-
*.i dalii!''r.
52 Exchange Place,
New York, May I 1882.-4

Lt Low Prices for CGas, ..
OOD HORSES-suith -
G ble for any work '
I PR.ETON-with Top
SI !:UGGY (sidebar) "
2 BUGGIES. without Top
Setts Superior Eflglish Carriage and Cart
Rorse RU :8, BLANKETS and ISEET ,
Carriage and Cart COLLARS
Driving and Riding WHIPS
Chamois NKIN ', ,PONGES ,
Vacuum OIL. Harness POLISH
Shafts. -ubls, Spokes, Rims
&c., &c.
Reid street, Hamilton, 3 rd. p.
May Sth., 1882.
FICE HAMILTON, 13th May, 188 .
Wm H Albouy, Ianoel Amb'rozio, Joao Bettent '
curt, Janies Bain, Dora Cox, Wilson Camero','-Ba-"
janin Casey, John David, John Davis, George Ed-
wards. Antonio J de Freitos, F MFin, F Frith. Ma '
halia Gilbert, Joseph T Harvey. Ja Harvey, a'mei
House, Edward Ingham. F E Ingham, L 0 Jobhnasont,
Deborah L Jones, E A Lightbourn, M KeiradeLur,
John Manuel, Joseph Plant, Robert Pappin, Mary
Pearman, Robert Ray, Amanda Robinson, Mary Ann
Robiuson, Adeline Smith, Charles AM Stovel, Hen.
ry F Smith, Rachel Smith, Ebenezer Smifth, Tab
timmous, Julian Smith, A S Smith, A Stow, J 'A"
,-mith, Jonathan Smith. L -R Smith, J'S Smith, -
Geozge Simmons. Henry D Smith; ElizabetiwTyaet-'
T J W Tucker. Florence Woolgate, 'homas Wil-
tson, Ellen Williams, Wyman Williama. -.
FICE ST. GEOROE'S, May 15rh; 1882.
Joseph Dickinson, Brig D A Small," Barque
" Estreland." Barque "Gay Head," Scbr"Indiana,"
Sarab E Johens, George Smith, Barque "Sarah,"
Laura C bimmonsWiiliam J Talbot, Ser "Willim
Martin," James M Williams.

S 15TH MAY 1882.
Her Majestys Birtj1day
Will be Celebrated on

The 24th Instant.
Which day will accordingly be- '4pt at a
Holiday in th6 Civil Offices of tile.Colony.
By HRi, Honor's Command.,
I Acting Colonial Seeretary.
15th May, 1882.
1OTICE is hereby given that at-a.Meeting
N- of the Freeholders of the Western Dis-
trict convened on Saturday the 13t'h instant,
for the election of a Coroner for that District
in the room of Charles C. Keane, Esquire,
Thieophllus James Lifghtbourn, Esq.,
was duly elected to fill that Office.
By His Honor's Commaild,
I Acting Colonial Secretary.


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Ip ai, Liver

StiBam, Dropsy,
CURE Hefa t Disease,
Biliousless, Ne-rouas Debility, etc.
The Buot E13MDY ENOWN to ManI
,,OO,0 000 Bottles

T7is &,rup poae.sse Varied Pro i.
It PrliMat teeh Ptyi Ua I m h ilTd
aU E Wi d iad MourlIfi or .r re, d l a tb
saia..seh. If the miedlelo Is takesuem li1.
IleI af ter *btagtol dse fernhtaileu, or f eo4
to ).. eafed.
Ia *s uPon thyke Liver.
I, Purlce. she Blood.
I nls ha erve use Systems.
I witrhe Marnirteahens and IrmvTefrat*.
ISt n arrler uti BcoeoeId ndmakes new.
I eTer t ok irte& r ah seskia and Indue*.
U "tsohy Peeiplral wan.
w e esttBouisd the hediidnTr aitgo, rpoituo in tbe
b14d, ahiea, n(eatio Br[, ekgla, I IIal
mBelin. ekiB diseedwa,4rnestmi| U eytl a
t rma bl ed neby d te cUtI deUcat obaie, or bym th
fib ars eh0 0 bit. r0.pii.itt es aiwn io I
DIA SiR,- Ihaveu sed your INDIAN BLOOD
STRLUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
i afflicted with catarrh for a long time, cour y
got noslief. untilI commence.d using the BLOOD
SYRUP. I w about tlo givi i up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but an conuhing a physician wa informed that it
wad caused by thiS medicine regtoring nay ampIrfct
circulation acd acting on e 'Jiseased maiter in rmy
somich, caused by the droppings ofl ibues airrh
iniier. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
el*ing aoon passed away, my nervou sysem warn
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been etairely curd by your
invaluable remhdy.
SRespectfully yours,
J. H. siMnALLWOOD ).
No. 319 West 10toh it., New York City.


SjM.7 arrdt anb b on
B EG to offer their sincere thanks to the In-
habitants of Bermuda and others, for their
liberal Patronage during the pnit. part of their
Photogiaphe 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 done in Bermuda,
Much time and study is given to the Chemi-
cl: effects, pose, and lighting of our portraits,
consequently producing find artistic effects.-
Ships, Buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups,
&c., &c.
Photographs, Cartes de Visite. Cabinet and
l,.rger sizes taken ;.t shortest notice ; also en-
larged to life size in INDIA INK, OIL CO-
Fiast 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 i,72 and
twenty years practice, together with the ex-
perience of his Son, who has just returned
fr,,m 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, 1832

Bermuda Veterinary In-
sidence, Hamilton.
E. RE'D MI EtCEt, D.V.S., Residence, l1am-
ilton 'aislh.

Will visit St. (Ieorge'. Professionally on rues-
days-Orllice at G. Spurling, Esqr's.
Will visit zomerseL on Fridays.
Iteid s t., Hamilton,January 2, 1882.

For Sale,

In first class order.

Sin,-I give my testimony with plsosurf to the For particulars apply at the Office of this
beneficialresults of your BLOOD PURIFIER ; my "Gazette."
kidneys were out of order, and the result w:.s rhea- lHamriltun, April 10, 18s2,
rmatismi in my right khne, swol;an iwice ihe
size of natural and very p.riaful,, a h.,i .r ar. t L
size mide a pefect cul a. I u id al.-, )s i my L 2-. k l e
lion has improved sfo iltha I c: eat i vy lhi: '. I.n
reach. .

No. 190 Beech-st., New York City.

No. 151 PRsaR.sT., Nzw YoRK CilTY.
DiAR Siz.- Your ju.sly celhhrated INDI AN
BLOOD "0 RIJP has ntirly cured me of Sick
teal-ache Dyspepsia, of 10 years' astndin.
It fla cured mn cli llt of .4carlat Fever, and my
wife ef Feniale cuwplain'l.
Isalc Dahluan, Bull's Head, '.4th st., (of Dahl.
man Brotiere, dealers in heors stock), cured of
Dysppala and ludigastion of many years' standing.
Honry Dalifian, of the, arie firm, cured of Sore
Throt andi rindi.lesaion, after having been treated
by phyiiciiinA without bnLualficial eaffct.
No. 99 WVLAT roijsToos-sr., CITr
zma,--Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
.10 entirely of the distress in myi head, and relieved
evely dflicult) of lmy boweif. 1 must say that il
s ihe best medicine that any person can take for
sick headache.
DRAR St,-l used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
AUP for Dypepii- (froin which I suffered for five
years,) with the happiest !euiult.
A few doses placed my stomach in a condition to
digest Iood--theiavy relieving me of those disiress-
lag pains expeiien.ed by dyspeptic after mating-
and although it at lirst caused .ocesional dizziness
it quickly disiaipearsd un my continuing its use.
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great-
ly beiefilted.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 3-3nd at., New York City.
NEw Yomr, Frb., 3 1880.
C. JeknAsn, M.D.
Duat Stat,-I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
remedy for Dysp.paria. My wife has been a suffers
er frow periodical dyspeptic attacks of the mosi
a':qle iiatur- for over 5 years. During uch ainacks
death wo.d almost be a relief to her. She wad
prescribed for by several doctors without effect.
Nothing a&we hbe relief until sho obtained a Lottle
oft'yr INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its efflers
were mondirful and *she is now entirely cured. It
is i metWJicite that no heaouichuld should be without.
No 26lWest llousesen.St., City.

BiesiMDA, June l28th, 188U.
DiaR Sit,-This is to certify that I bave lound
mere good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP t1i.n
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dy'pepa.ii
amd ldigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
Sole Agent for 1t rmuda,
Water Sltreet, i;t. eorges.

a 11CR. S E,
The above will be sold at very reasonable rates
'payable in Bermuda Produce.
Apply at Royal Gazette" office.
May 9th, 18S2.

At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
For Public Schools.
ilamilton, April 25, 18S2.


United Slales Mail Steaiaers


A.LASKA Tuesday, March 21, at 6-30 n.m.
NIEVADA 28, at 1-00 p.m.
AIR ZON% April 4, at 5'00 p.m.
tBYSINIA II, it Ill-;
vIS';ONSIN I 18, at 500 p.m.
L LSKA '" 25, ut 11-"30 a.m.
VYOMING a May 2, at 4-00 p.m.
hIllZIO)NA *' 9, at 10-U01J ;I.I.
The above Steamers are lbuilt expressly for,
the Trade, have five watertight bulkhead., and
airy experienced Officers, Surgeons and .Stc% -
,r aiese,. lheSaloou Aecuinuoldaiionsiare Iun-
surpassed by any AtFlanic .Sitamers, aid tihe
State Rooms are on main deckl opening into the
ialuomn thus securing that great comfort iu
&eau travel, perfect *entilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piauo on
$1rli Mteauier.
t'hi U. S Mail Steanmer Orinoco" from
B.e ,udb,, T'Ihursdays, generally a rives at New
York on.i iondays, and Passeners' baggage can
bie ItrA.-ferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing nest dt,3.
e..^!: L0,
29 virua'I'.-y, New York-
Now York, M51a'ch 9, 1db2.

That Summer


is Coming.
Keep Cool.


Established 1874.


Manufacturer of
&c., &e., &e.
Establishment Corner of E. Broadway and
Victoria %t.,
T HE Subscriber would call the attention of
the Inhabitants of Bermuda and others
to the fact that he has continually advanced
in the improvement of his Manufacture, as
the gradual increase of his trade will testify.
He has now perfected arrangements whereby
he can manufacture superior to any of the
kind in the Islands of Bermuda; and he begs
to offer his sincere thanks to the abovu for
their liberal Patronage of the past ini re-
spectfully solicits a continuance of the same,
ior t l.y will always find '"BARRITr's" Aera-
ted Waters, "'Plain oda," and other Car!.on-
ated Ileverages, in Quart .'iphonis, 10 Gallons
Fountains, and in Cases of Two. Four. and
Six 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 BARRITr of Hamilton.
J. W. RrED, M.D.
Depy. Surgeon General.
Naval Hospital, Ireland Island.
JOHN BARRITT, of Hamilton has supplied
me with "Aerated Water" from October -ith,
1876 to the present time and I have been well
satisfied with the quality of the same.
Dtpy. Surgeon Genl.
Hamilton, Nov., 4th 1878. Dpy. Surgeon n
JOHn BARRITT, of Hamilton, has supplied
the Canteen -16th Regt., with Lemonade,Gin-
gerade and other Carbonated Beverages since
their arrival in Bermuda and has given satis-
faction in every way.
I W B R Rnr.H^. P-4. 10


May I. 188-2.

42 Front St.

For Rent,

The MLetropolitan Hotel,
Queen Street, Hamilton, with Coach House,
Stables, &c .
Apply to

. -. N, apt., 4Uthn egt. I M.. HUNT,
President Can ten Committee. U1
G. PHILLIPS, I Chancery Lane, Hamilton.
Canteen Steward. 6th February, 1882.-tf

Srospect, uct., 18, 1879b. i -
MJ1Not ice.
MR. J. BARRITT.-It has afforded me great t
pleasure in bearing testimony (after three years The Undersigned has just received
experience) to the excellent quality of the erS
Aerat-d Drinks, manufactured by you at Per S. Orinoco,"
Hamilton. T-TAMS BACON
Naval Hospital, Ireland Island. POTATOES ONIONS CHEESE
___ Canued MEATS APPLES,
MR. BARRITT.-Please to send by Pioneer BISCUITS &c., &c.
to morrow four cases of "' Soda Water" fof I JOHN BARRITT.
can safely say that your -oda Water is the r 1
best and cheapest on the Isla, T d a nd + .a,.. i-amilton, Fbrunry 27, I.'2.

always supplied me with great punctuality.

Yours, &c., &c.
Surgeon Major.


St. Ueorge's.
Terms made known on application-Special i
Terms to large consumers.
Manufacturer. Liverpol
Comer of East Broadwiy & Victoria street.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, 1882. SPA 'N,
E_ Y PT, .

Dr. Bryan's Electric Bells.


Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Pby.
seal Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De.
cay, etc.
THIS wonderful discovery in the application of
S Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien.-
tiflo attention to his own case In accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element uutil the disease is overcome, und a re-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current,as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens thb nervous system,
give force to the braia and digestive function, re.
store lost or impaired power (l body or mind,
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
or old age.
illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state the nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
1-17 E. lnrTu Nr, NEw Yoh,, U.S.A..
ARRITT keeps delicious Raspberry and &arsa.
parilla Syrup Driaks.

0u1, QtueensfoIYI, London,,
and tiNetv York.


The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
tirtly of iron and steel, except the merely de.
corative parts. are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
on the main deck) are unusually large, light
anl air y. Tho table and general appoint.
merits compare favourably with the best hotels
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
SYork every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency:-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
$5'O to $70. To London direct?(Victoria Docks)
,50 to $60; excursion tickets $100, currency;
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, January 27, 1882.
Db .. .OEE TS'
V" TI P09 MAN'" FaiIEND."
is confidently recommended to the lPublic as
an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des-
cription; a certain remedy for ulcerated leg,-
burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on the face. sore and
inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the foul smell arising
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 131d., 2s. 9d., 4s. Ud., 11.,
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 tal:en at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 13id., 2s 9d., is. 6d., 11s.,
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEAC I & BARNICOTT,
Bridport, DUiset, i ugiaud, and s..ild by all
Medicine Vudonrs,


Potatoes !

Potatoes !

For Sale,

Built by .1. M. De\V,!."e, Hnlifax, N.S., One
New, 0:, c(,ndc Hlund.
Prir.. .lo e ,l- e.i 1 1 lU: nee,.,n uld ting.
A".it for J. M DeWoufe.
Mt. Georges, Felriry 2-1, IF'. .


Wanted Immediately i
Apply to
Hamilton, April 3, ISS2.

For Sale,

tj A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamillon,
For Particu!ars please apply to
Ilamnilton, Novr. 29, 1881.


First and Seconds; fair size mixed.
?" Barrels Returned.
Apply to

H-lamilton, Septeriiberl9th,..l856.


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Comumission Merchant#.
18 Leadenhall Street,
Personal attention givon to Consignmente of
Bermuda I'PltODUCE and the filling of Her..
mudi.,n orders.
April :,), 1881.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most people do not kno.v how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficult.
ties has been our study. Thurber's )ack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (i, the bean, nut ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each package contains the
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
and pungent; Thurber's "No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
Soioodl quality. huuiet qfuia ,tq, reaseimble
p,I ce. Ask your 0rocer /.,r Thirber's
iasotd Cotlffe in pound packages, No. 34"
or AN,. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-- our own palate will tell you
what is bes'.
Where pei m-ns desire it, we also furnish
the Ihr' Coffle-pot, the simplest, best
and cheap,.st cofft.e-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for des-riptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Iloasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory manner. All goods
hearing our name art- guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure anad w'hol,ee,
and dealers are authorised to refun1 the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thurhlr-s' brands.
HIE Emporium is noted for Cheap Cloth.

Cricket BIats
at the "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
(Some BA TS half price)
Hamilton, March 8, 18S2.

For Sale,
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps

SL.',l A\.CK.-MAY, 1882.

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T"i BiERMUDA oVAL t~ GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD NM'PuEE LEE,
Printer to the Q(uoen's lost Excellent
M majesty,
North-west Curnerof iteid and Burnaby N-treets,
WTnere Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at .he shortest notice.-Agents
.'t >r the ojoaal Ga:ete, .Messrs.
GEotC.~ Bt:cLE & Sos, West End, Water


CIL- rl -

Superior Table

The undersigned has always on
ha:ni a flullsupI ly of TABLE POT''ATi IES,
in quality "u;:erior to any in market, and at
pi ic s to dci'y competition.
SPIC'CIA,. it.ATE to Army and Navy
42 Front Street.
Hlamilton, October .3, 1881.
"-rotecion anaiust FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One ourthe longest Establishe, Iand Wech'.hlies
Olic:s-in Great Brtaii.
Through ihe I Il RNIH OFPICE in lthe.e
If.miila, a Saving is etrfc.ted to the in ursdt
of the Wanp Duty,. a very colsid :.rahle tevi.
!ill|?S taken both on itAL &,id PEr.soNAL
Pit;i ) t''. I bfor 3, 6 or 12 months.
No P'E.S aind no Ci-A I GE lfor 'olici,.

Supple ument to the JBermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, [ay 1G, 1882.

From the United Stoale and Eui.'ope.
The Mail Steames F/t,iibo,-o.',r Captain White-
burst, arrived at ber wharf in this Town y..-terd:ay
morning. She left New York at 6 p.m., on Thurs-
day the lIth inst. Experienced heavy weather the
whole passage ; wind from E.S.E. to South.
We are indebted to Captain Whitehurstand t'he
Purser iv th e Fionborowyl, for New York papeis
of the 11th inUtantr.

DMr1Ni, May 6, 1 S --Lord Frederick Cavtn-
dish and Earl Spencer had remained at Dublin
Castle engaged in the transaction of official busi-
ness until six o'clock this evening, when each drove
to his respective residence. After dinner Lord
Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Thomas Benry
Burke, Under Secretary for Ireland, went for a
walk in Ph:t-nix Park. They were both strolling
along about half a mile from the city gate and a
quarter of a nile from the I chief Serc-tary's lrlge,
when a car drove up containing four ren two' ot
whom jumped down from the ear and attucked
Lord Fredetiok Cavendish and Mr. Burke, srab-
bing them both several times in the throat and
breast. The victims struggled hard for life, and in
the struggle became separated, their bodies lhing
Sound some ten paces apart. The tragedy occucred-
about ten minutes after 7 o'clock in the car-ing,
and in broad daylight, The bodies were fijsE '.L-
covered by two young gentlemen, who were riding
bicycles through the Park, and who immedi-'tely
gave the alarm to the poli,-.e. Surgoon-, saou .lih-
ed the r-pot, but the poLi:e were already couvcying
Mr. Bui key's body away to the town, where an ex-
sminatio, -ahowcld life to be tinctt. The uipp:i,
part of the body wa-a preforcrat.e i'i a hiol ing ri.-
ur and presented a ghastly sighti i'r'.ceedir-. fiu'r-
lh-er the medical men reached to body of L.:rrd
Freilrick Cavendisih, which w'v being e-.:'ar,-yed
avway from the Parl: on a slit-re er. Thr buoT y of
the Chief Secretary displayed the same dreailful
wound-, in addition to -which lii, 1 ift armi : v-:tr also
broken and toru, as if lie had put it up to prote>tL
hi breast. Lorda Fre-deriek Cavendi-sh was qruiae
dead. The bodies were take-u to Stevins' Hospit .
where thc, will remain until an inquest is tili
Th Ilocalityy cf the oaatr.ia'. i teriibly muik'-d witih
blood. The spot where the boly of Lrrd Fred-
eri-k (Cavetndicih was found abt'.slutely deliayuil,
v:.hile r. Burk~.i-'. ,:,:y Ily in a pool ot blooa.
It i-. sgid that after the act t! niur.leiers itnue-
diat:ly ilrcve off. There- seem t, I noi clu,, to the
a.~assint at rpre-ent, hut the poll ita t,- takitu mio.3t
exttti:,rtinaty r .meaiure., to dicc.v,-r 10% p rp..traturr-.
A lnrg- qavantittv of not.-s and ,-.ld c(,in, b';N'.le-
th ir gold want.hes, were found in the puckets-if the
victims, whii-h show.e that the objlcet of thl- eiime
tva-a not robbery. Ur.fat excitement prevails
throu-hteout Dublin land wide-preai1 indiguatioa i-A
expressed over the event. The telegraph office-s are
i'eseig,-d for ti e l .I-ect news.
+.liit "' i otf.:r':. t.r thei .a> r-l.-n,-i.:.u .f th' .-
Mui-rd. r, I'.

Tmi SrerrE'.Arariom r Lr IsIAn.
In the House of Commorn. on 4th- M.Afy, Mr.
Foster said lie could not a..'r:'e to relean- the
suipcc-ts unhlt-' h1 :goat fror thera I public undir-
taking teo uIaua e O'po-ing the sec-ution of the law.
As he eculd rot obtain that be couli not remain iu
office. lHe would have rderi-el the *i-spe.-:-- it
Ireland had been quiet, or it the GoorcrvrnmcLn had
had full lio'wer., but he ,coul'- not agree to anu n-
conditional surrendtrr. He admitted that the i-ou-
dition of Ireland was better than in January: but.
it was still so bad that lie wanted the Goveruni.:nt
to lkt the rules of procedure wait until a fr-li act
se-curing punishment for outrage.-, Lad been p.issed.
The Coercion act, Le said, had broken up the-

Leagua or put it under petticoats, and rents wetr
being better paid, but lihe feared that an uncondi-
tional release would undo all the good effects of the
Messrs. Parnell, Dill.n anl O'Kelly were pr. sent
in the House of Cominouis thi' afternoon.
Mr. ForAter, in justifying the arrest of Mr. Par-
nell, said that Mr. Punt-ell if Le hail been allowetI
would have become the uncrowned king of Irel:nd.
Mr. Forster declared that the proceediu~s of the
imprisoned member.. had been faar more daugerous-
than individual incitements. to outrage.
Mr. Gladstone, replying to a question by Sir
Henry Dtia.mend'V Wolff (Counervative'., said it
had been intimated to himi that the"n-i. rent" man-
ifesto would be withdrawn.
Messrs. Dillon, O'Ketly and Sexton state-l1 that
such intimatiou was without thlir authority.
Mr. Gladttno .t:tatcd that the intimation came
from Mr. Pain'll. As. that gentleman at-a absent
Mr. Gladstrne d.i.'lietd to make any further state-
Sir Henry Drumra.ud Wolt d quol*d Mr. Glad-
aston,'r declaration- that the Laud I.eaguers had
caused outrage, rapine and murder. Sir Henry
lidicule-d the Governtiient for releasing the Lea-
gucr as if :lihy were innocent mtni. The Land
league, he dalartid, had beat..n tlIe (overanmeut,
ar.d Mr. Glad.-tiue racoguiz'd Mr. Parnell a-, the
ruler of Ireland.
Sir Stafford 'Nurthcote thought the present as-
pect of affairs looked like a triumph for the agi-
It, is freely that the appointment of
Loid Frederick Cavendi-h at Chief Secrciary foe
Ireland is an endeavor tr. conciliate the Whig mem-n-
bers of the Cabinet. The Home Rule menmbors of
Parliament are much di'-ippcinted at the s,. l:ction
ocf Lord Caveudish for thIat po-t.
I)t BLTN, May -t.
In Fox ford, C'ounty Mayo, a farnra- named Mc-
Glorine was fire.I at. but not hit. MeGlorine re-
turnedt the fire and lhot tir, a.sailant dead.
Depirrtare o(f E1ar Coacper frr,", Ire/aanrl.-The
corporation of this city pre-eutlc Earl Cowper,
late Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, a farewell ad-
dres regret that his vice-royalty had
been caiuiident with government by repression,
and congratulating him upon the fact that the sys-
tem oft repression had not produced civil w :r. In
the refer,.neo to repres-v ino measures the aiddrae
c.irtfully ditingui-haed Earl L'owper's individual
conduct fromta lhis official duties. In reply Earl
Cowpezr -aid that, although he rogrett':-d coercion,
he cuns-idered it. was indispen able-. He was con-
vinced that iu time of trouble ani difficulty the
position of a Viceroy, with the Chi-f Secretary in
the Cabinet and virtually intrusted with the gov-
exaireut of the country, is a thoroughly false one.
Earl Cowper eru)girxd the abilities c-f Earl Spen-
er. his ,tuctceusor, and in coneclusi-c .na'Il : I wish

to remark that I amre not personally respon-ibli for
anything but th1w most ordinary business which ha-s
been trausacted during the last few da)s."
Earl Cowperdepaited for Eugland to-day. The
streets through which he p ied. we-re ciowred
uith people and lined with tie.. ps. He was fre-
qunutly cheered.

'; Pfemnises and t Co, bq/ ih Li-id LLeague
Mr. Patrick Ford, editor hii.. 'or/ld, has just
received the following cablegram:
WEY OUTH, Eng., May 6, 18.32.-Juat relea-ed
froni Portland. Am in good health.
Mr. Fiord has also been cablled au interview be-
ttenu Mr. Henry George and Mr. Parnell in which
Mr, Parnell distinctly deaites that he as entered into
any agreement with the British Government to with.
draw th.- Ni .Rent nmiiteste.

Mr. Pattrick Egn cables direct to Mr. Ford
from the Land League Headquarters in Paris, say-
ing there will be no compromise, that the Irish
people appreciate their victory, and will move right
on, with redoubled energy and perseverance, to a
complete triunmih.

Refoims in' Arears aiid Punishment for Crime-the
Fun.lier's at eely.
BOSTON, Mlay 10.-A cable deipatch to ttie Herald
(rom its Lorndou correspondent says *' I understand
that the Irish bill is now complete, and that. it pro-
vides, in a complicated wiay, lur reforms iu arreaia
dividing the concessions between landlords and ten-
nants ith tolerable evenuess, and is, in thi, respect
nearly identical nith the bill drani i up by Mr.
Parnell. Provided the landliod gives uip one 3earr's
rent, the tenant is ti pay Cone yetr'r aud the rent of
the third year is to l-e paid ont 01 the Church surplus.
I am ani'redJ by cot.fidant ol arre.ibertotbe Cabinet
that a general reseniblanee xitlts between the two
bill, the Coveitn.ent c.c-'ding as t.r aa possible,
to Mr. Parnell. In -reer:ence to crimes, the newv
bill details %it h aclualu crniMs, giving great power to
ningi.lrates in there matters, but cutting tiff their
powers alm( t altogether regarding political offenses.
It is not likely that an)y exe-im_ events will oceur in
Lo.ndin between iiow atid Thiursday night. The
first hiisincs in Parliament to-moirr.-w night viill be
the intid.:;ecti'on faI ';ir. G'ailstoine'. new measure. It
seenu- tbli exrelptinig th. .lniuse rteialing to the pre-
servation of ilt.-e nrid pial erly, the bill na. read to
Ltord Fie-derick Carvidi-h the diy before his death
anud aippro:it-il by him just as it will be presented t,.,
tLe Ilulf e ot Co.uiuan's.
Mr. GOltaiato ne\ a. to have giinie to C'hatswoith
this afte-rinlo., but he ehaiWged hi mind at the last
_niiaiit-, o i)itl to a ;i'a-tA-nr'e ,.Il buiiie'-Z. A vast num-
bet-r o telegranis are ree-eivt hourly at the official
residence, rniany o.l t which have irni, luai lion demand-
itg the Iptr-.-.lal atten.tio.u i:t the prt:umier. He has
uot been in'bed fiv. hours at auy one tiLue since
Friday uight, but wa-arki with a irtvei-'l hauxiely
that iidiclat.s a full kirMvledg-e of the crisis hang-
ing over the Gi-vertiunet. -flit It ii i uiLdersttod ito
lial' r a ln.-, sil!Cl- llna'''l .t I h .-tla ii. It i- alite-
cleiii th;Nt Mr. N aGl.istoutn thinks hF cau \C italr
the st.:lrm). Many in-iub)ei', -1 hbi. ow-a party irged
him yesterday niitd to-da. t adopt revecre methods.
sevei-rul iial thri-eaten t- halt it he t.onitinue., his
lireseiit pctlIty, aindi naiNtL all tlie Whigs threaten t.,
do lik.-wire uinl,- h I]. adilpt, a stating tinae of
Mr. Laituc-here s:,r s ,t-night Ih t l,.,tlha. geterail lei-liug
baling ilae Libt'rali ia onue i.t Itnr. MIr. Shaw sat.
he lIaur, the greatat! ofiii-,,:ia- ini lh.- lact ihfa lriew
opfl'iiti':'n ha ln Ii lli er v i h.e tl ta I i .el rt-nraeue .
A stron.'g ,rganiizet \viiii readily; tieptr.y the Gliv-
ernulent in this erii-'. iMi. Paiirell I .ays he i< i .a
longer afraid tUi [h( tlo;tcl no .il i .lAi,..-.i a t th- Irish
parny. As tiar a. he leain- the- prlgriLniue oi ihe
G'.,v-erimenl, hi- i. ; ',th ia1.Ilsr.-t ;iid gratified ait the
tlisa-ie the nu i l;c i ithih he cleared.
M r Healy thought th.,i h'- a ia-ail' lli.nii i! Pairlianient
aoulti lIlM exitirt nl) bi:, ..,. Mi. F.1ter say that
dis-o uiitlltin i tui:!, ,.--i!.... :. ,t i,.it hy) uiv in .eaus

An Irishman arrested who .7..' .', .:t knowing aJ
aloat the Crime-1Fut/er Arrests on A '....i
The excitement in Ireland unabated.
LoNDox, May 10.-The man who was arrested
at ( IiItie list night on a tai-r,,grin from Dublin
gave a -.i-facico v account ,-t liie-ti!f and was re-
tleat-d ti-daay. '11"- man who was taken into cus-
tody at -.'ilford Haven, yesterday, has also been
re-l-s:I .: .
A; H.iverfoid WT,- an Irishman has made a,
stataecuit iat ih-t iw.;, while he was in Dublin,
he refu.-td an ofit:- f 1,ll) to assist in the murder
of Loid Fitlciitk C:.V(r:dihL and Mr. Burke. He
ha' been counveyel to Liverpool and his statement
comrmun; to Sir William Vernon Harcourt,
Hi.ue St c-ret iry. His knowledge of the locality of
the ciin-e his dc-eription of the men give his
statEriment -rely .1'tpc.rauc..- of ti ith. The police
anti.iprate that ,omfetlinugiupoltant will belearned
from hi, statcmelunt. Hie says he canlay hi- bauds
on the assassins.
A manu natued Quail has been arrested at Preston.
There are stains on his trousers. He came from
Dublin on Saturday. He admits that he was in
Pecenix Park at 7 o'clock on Saturday night, but
denies any lnc.wl',lg- -of the murder.
At ai meeting ..if tl., Parnellites to-day the opin-
ion was expre,'s-.d th.t, if Mr. Glad-tono's bill be
confined to its nominal objects--the improvement
of the admriuiit ration of jnstice and the suppression
of s-eciet .so-it. ties-it would meat ith general ac-
In the House of Conniois this afternoon th
Right Hon. Loril Ri'hard de Aquila Gro-'Yveor,
Joint Se,.retary to the Tre',.-ury, iu the absence of
Mr. Gladistoue, moved that on isingmr to-uight the
Houte adjourn until : o'elock to-morrow evening,
in order to allow tlhe memib.-is an opportunity to
attend tli', funeral o-f Lod I'i.dleiick C.arv-dish.
The motion wat.- tuaUiuiiiuotrly -idI.'pted.
The ,, .es ssaysi hat 1no vinditrtive legi.slatiroa i.-
dcmanded by public Olpinilo. It i:puli ait-s any
desire to embarrass the Goverument, a:udl ,ay's it
should regard its ovritho ti. in ,e p. ,-eut po-irion
of Iri-h affair.i as a public nli-,. rr ua,-.
A return hl.i been i'su-ied t-t1'in i h'it tlie :d
May 3:i person.- i-onitin-I iu pil-un uUialcr
the Coercion act.
An Iri-tiwo iin '.r' Lind-on hui .. -cit .i wreth t I,
flor,'eiS ta b, l.,laci:-. ou tht cottin uf L, rd Fred..l-ick
DUBtI.N, May ltI.- 'l'h opinion grows th'1 the
indii,'lt inii ,,iiiaite- [roceidii,:: int I..- t'i.i,.-h
they ane i 1a -tate of untic rt iiry.
Al d. leg iitu tit a i'rti.-u l-tliy waitid up-ii the
Chief t'f DleI ti;'es and *-,k..d-l pcit if.-iri la',r ;i gu-
eral of all the aul i iveit- in Phi.tntix
Paik for the purpose of i,.h. if. ing tlte tc.n in
which the a-..i-asi- e-sc.ipi. 'The r- qt.nst w,,- re-
fused, as au inspection. has ala.ady beeu made..
The carmu-a have resol ve- to ,..-et at the park on
Sunday to ,]cnourn- tli .: a rinse aud take, mn'asures
to aid the authorili Os in cnpturini the i.c'rininated
A crowd of the lower orier-a gathered yesterday
around a car with it r.=-l p.ane.l ;iad partly obliter-
atrel numb' r. randti itaistid 0:: tli Pojicu taking it
aud thl- driver ta thi: a-t ti..n for il.dc-riication.
This is considereda aist aigniheant ciange- a. com-
pared with the reluctanc.e of the populace iu ll
previous cri-es to rcunder a-sis,tance to the authori-

Earl Speuter. L,:d Lieute-nant of Irelaund, hia
signedd a minute foi bi-ling -xecutivi offi:erts to go
beyond the preeinuts of tho city without Police
The name o)f the Ame-icaun Iristinnsu who was
arrested at CaAl.: -;.lAliogh:uai y-:.aer-lay and
brought to Dublin is HTeybourin. 113. has been re-
leased. Another arrest t, has cu male at Athlone.
Placards apperc .1to-day announcing the forma-
tion of & society for th re--t')r.,tion of legi-lativi in-
dependence. Tlhey cuntaiu hostile referen..cas to
Castle officers.
It is proposed that tlhe citizens should contribute
Ia sum to augment tha amount offered by the Gov-
orument as a reward for th arrest of the avasassinm.
The Frin,,it,.'- Jfr,-,' ,i thinks the subscription
,to take the form of .1 fund for the orc-'tiou in Dub-
lin of a monument in memory of the vi.ctims.
P&ars, May 1,).-lH1ali Rochelort's paper at-
tenipt4 to prove that :he Dul'lian mindets wa-re com.
mittrd1 by the laudll-rtd. Tho he',yie/lpalliates tha

ROME, May 10.-The Rassegr.a states that the
Vatican has forwarded formal instructions to Car-
dinal MtCabe. Archbiabh.p of Dublin, directing
him to call upon all Irish Catholics to declare in a
public document ihat their cause is distinctly sep-
arate from that of Secretaries.
The two bicycle-iiders who assert that they wit-
nessed the rnurdtr of Lord Frederick Cavendish
and Mr. Burke are brass-fitters by trade, and are
named Magee and Fry. They have been further
interrogated by the Castle authorities, and adhere
to the statement they made yesterday. Fr3, who
was following Magee on his machine, says he saw
a man having a large butcher's knife raised to
strike, but did not see the stab given. He also
says that Lord Frederick Cavendish got up after
being knocked down. The story told by these men
is not credited, and it is not believed they saw any-
thing of the scene they pretended to describe.
LoNDoN, May 1 i.-Michael Davitt haii written a
letter to the St,.'da'li, dated May 10, on the subject
of the assa.-sinations. He says: I would feel that
I wa neglecting my duty if I permitted your re-
mnirk-, to pass unanswered. For the opinion you
expr-ss of the .sincerity of my condemnation of the
murdtirs and for your belief that Mr. P'annell, Mr.
Dillon. and myself are Lcuiltless of allirince- with
the a.-,-asin., I am thankful." In answer to the
.S,it,;.i''./- request to come forward and make a
clean breast of information that would throw light
on the murder, Mr. Davitt recalls tb.: fact that he
came out of Portland Prisor at 3 c,'chl.k c-n Satur-
day afternoon, after having been coutined in ,oli-
tuale for 15 month-s, without steing a newspaper rc
a letter that did not pass through the hand- of tl.:-
Governor of the prison. He rebuts the implicatii-u
that be and other leaguiers must 'Ose- inforrma-
tiu that would enable the authorities to track the
assaa-ius. He decla es i-, it Mc'srs. Parnell and
Dillon cannot lend any mai.- na.itatie inu 1.ainging
the assassins to ju,,ice thaii that given in tlair
manifesto. He agiees that n pilliiinage ought to
be made through Irnlauwl no.- to denounce aras--
sination until the(.e hideous crimes are- ex. -..ia d
fionm tlhe land. He re,:alls the fact that fiom a ih
fist iuiti:,tion of the League ihe wa ned tihe Iiil
people fag inio .toutr.ags a-' th -, gre:ite4t danger to
th, movement. lie say., that when lie delivered I
spetches iu the Unite,? Stat,:-,, from Ncw vY..-rk to
San Frauis.o', he did hi.s be--t to lay the dc-,on of
r tvenge. He- claimn- thi:t he always d-:-nouuri.ld vi.-
lence and refitis to rep,'rts of hi., addre-s,:-B pub-
lishad by the Iri-h-American pre-, and niade n!so
by th- (Go vernmEiut n"l:.rt-lmdrl wiitcr-, for vrlili.a-
tion of hif statnat,u-i. Hei ca''tinu-.-- Wh, j-.cvcr
i- ri.spon.,Ail for my arrest, lt Lim conime fi aivaril
anl ,ile-rlari on wlint giaouia]., I w.- .iIprive,'l .-f lib-
erty or lie under the imputatic-u of r-niaovud
niebecanise of my stand again.-t the policy of cou-.
niviu:: ut rmunrler and outrage Had I bl:-co p'.r-
titti- aii: to .:Ltinue my crus.aI,.. a .. ,in i oat ri' i- l an]
ta level a 11 the influeiun *e :f thie Land L .:ii.a
against muiirdcr and the rn.u!ilIinu of .attle. I
e..auld have pre-vienteid lumb.-rs of eiiin"; w.,,.',-
staiu the. name of Ireland ainl iuikght l .ar- fy.-t ...'
the horrible ded of Satt.urday last." M:. D -'.itt
refers Mr. Forster to the spce,'h he (Davitt) made
before his arrest, in which he predicted the accu-
mulation of crime that would result from the
policy Mr. Forster wa-a pursuing, and hell hinm
iescpon'ible b1lf,.re God.
MIr., tbh Chief l -ic f .l- t I-T.:-lanJ,
l ft LoL(l(.n t'i Dablin !-t night.

the above: hb said I have always bei:-n very sue-
cesfitdi in raising strawberries, and I would sooner
grow them than onions, provided we had a fast
conveyance to take them to New York ; one fitted
with targe air compartmeuts : that is what is keep-
ing our poor farmers back. He says we can grow
these berries at very little expense, after first start-
ing. I usually let them stand over from year to
year, after they arc, done bearing, which is gener-
ally about May ; I allow the weeds to grow among
them which keeps them front the sun: in Septem-
ber I clean and rake them through and manure.
December I conmnenrr'- to gathe-r fruit, ind the
vines continue to yield until April, find generally
giving good crops.
I was iufoilmeid a few days since bLy a rtcliable
person that froin 20 roods of straw.,erry plant hei
has soCldover.65 worth at 2 6 perqunart, and had th-er
been ci c,_nvr-yan,-e f:r hipliaineg lie could have oh-
t.ineud ;;3 rer quart. Surely this outiht to i.i,,, tl..
b/lai ,, This is where our .il:hat woulai pay, biting
fitted forL tlhi trade.
PA.oEL.--A gentit in nii this Pc.ri-h hais raised
*I ,..,,', ,.,f .-tih v erri', n 2 r,.,i ds of liaiud.
At St. Ge-or-s, Mr. I il,. rmin-i tilat lite Liu-
poitr. hi- str:i'tl.- ry plaits fr..-n Phi-
Isnellphia, inl he grow.s. a goodi l lot of fruit.
I undltrstaini1 frrm r .:,d sour'..- tlihat atau Am'ier-
ita;n Strawbicy Grm.-w-r tlas routed 0one of ouir Le-st
taans f''r thel pirjpi:.-:-e of gr-,n ing .trawivlrrits for
tlI. New YV:oik Market, and w.- may cex-pe':t hiri to
arrive shortly. I al.., nudlir-talnd thit it ha- .eenu
ciarovtd that -trawb,:rri-t l'e kI-pt f.:.r two we-ek ,
itf roluit:-l, by ,i l, I v: ae;d air--:, thlt wi need
not ].-a-,. thi ilt -u the -teaner is twV.ivy. :a- ;(
room oe.ul- Ic.. titt'd m I Haliltinu fa:r th:- l.intii'. of
r.:,i:iving thl.. truit wihu rit'le, -o, I think we na.,y
pet ..aur pc't.ple. u t -h ri-i'ht track after .iv. Lih.,.
P. 5.-OL]e "ft-it ai.lviOita, : \ w,0il l1i hv-. in
i,r:win i.' thii :iarly .a..Tip i- th t it w.iIl-.1 t ni-ii
rmaans to id i u planting- ,.u' ,.,th!i .r ,.rt..-'. ,i u h
ai- lotit ,: ,oitin & -,

S[: 11hb, 1':.-2
.<,ti,--H biu. lie,: ,ri:,tifi&,l ,:.f th r: t'D ni of a
If ui .l. cik -. ,l.lT- titi s pi s a..' l r I

w'R t to tlt- filatii -lf oM -si-. Trott & Co.x, to i x.'iu-
ine thl:ir ,... itith-., a .o tun,'.l tl.iw. t 'x.i:tly a-
r pr,:-. -,-ut. :l. It Mi Tr':Itt h.tid n.t t,.l til me thIat
thi puI, lai- r ho idl -wh tin tha.-it .. lhila, it won ul. I.-
nIl' -.I l ,i I f. ,r Iu : t.. l.: v tl>. -i 11 t,:. i-
t,:,,-a whit-h ir iy i- liihi -h hav, strt , i' th' ,,ti'-,,r
thily-,,n- blj 'x---, hla...l nu: h--,. t.k,:i t.:. a oll-titlti
thii .... Aie.tun-..l :, oUno. All .',-Ii fer A ,.f rjna I." ? a .
w-:ll ;iv.iw:., tht t in toiLel if Ii r.-'fft :.aunr:t ;at-
ti'?i to ll tl ,.- i ntt-ii c' t h, li -I Ivi l ..4a n( u -t ttf
;...,.Ur'- eiiIi,.,-,,a r to ,t -i-t tIi"-i. T hI l':'li.t -
tpl -- in ,ite -tioio ,i,.,ua l .I ,l p-.ia-ki.l ,v a
p'-'ion "I emuployeal to de i...,; :itt tie.r ai',: a arin-
no l ii 1a.i lIt ti. it -at. ia ra- il -. i P-I i t i:' hi a.ialal
S\- a.t.-v ul 1 ; i..\. i t l,.t Is t i-'lit y i-. t
I' ,. -,- -i',..,il- n- l ip li .-n134' lti0l.ii-f' t- the
r.,t r -.,.,.i h irni iI N, '..- ',rk,-, iu .l lat' .l-
t'v r-. 'i- --i I. ti. lhlihlw -t m .ilkl.f 't ntr .,. ful- :-'I
thit \-ry y :.-,i I I iv,: i..,:i-vle 1 tl,.- hi-.l -t ii .k:,t
t 1ri,. t,:.r 'r,.,ii t-,d -- 1I..ut th.:u ill.y "*r.:-\vr,|i~id

ri,.t pa .kt" il ihy III.:. T w .. y,- '- ,,_,.,. I -h!i'i. ...
aI, rlv i)i. S OO ,i:-' .,f ,.in ati-- t. m :-'..I'- \hih
,l~t.!ii h-, Ii t', h i.-,h -t li ', .., u,-v,. 1.a- iv:' ci

rI" r:-t- tl ia -a t l' ;t ,I i ; t.aia i a- hI-i-a ,.,-;-rr,.-., cIa
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".." .'/, */7"'"- '1 " '"'" *,.,v uI.v,.r iutehil.:-.l t''r -bir'ii..ut, for Ii? i. ,,-,.ll .i-
STRAWBERRIE:I FOIR THE NEW YORlK iw.,ti. tat if ,- 1id .1 kn. win._.l-, it w.:,dl a.:t 1Ol.v
MARKET--THEI-, (ULTl iE-t. Itt.l tnd rl l : i th- ,nt p ti,'-ot I i;- prodiu.'.- tli-
M r. E -a.i...r..- l it i,.t,-e ..:-,ng ,:v' r'- ,.y 71.,,1,, *seat ,. Iut' w,,ul al :1,,' t-lui. 1 t,. rvlin it ''-li'- ftt r.
evident in iv .,ptiiton. 'h.t oatr F.,,ii'.rs aie n.ot T. R ah-- int:inrus Piiyert, anld Agenut-, th. it it i-
wcse in limnitin the productIs of the I-l.imd to ony. n-..t to I.< ift- r-al, .,,-.. iu-.- .a ..-x or tv... o hi. T....
thr-e kiuls of a r.:op- for .fxpo t.ltion-). .. <, na./,,. n.'t- arriv-,el in N,-w Y.-.ik iun mll i t.iii1.L-.trabla
S ., T ,. I think ti -rc- *r'?r other ('.c.s n,.ndition, that .-.t-h l.iai- .,l n the c:a-e p,:v;,, -ly,
for still .ctter r -turnE for their .abor. o sl ,'h will 1.i her,-aft. r, but a--ur..s th-nt th.-at hisu
For th.: Ir,-t few yeiea ..ur Farm nr.,' opa .ta Produ.i,: will e-lii:,l ony tallt loave;t.e Il,- Mn.
hav-t ...h:n v.-ry, vi ry gilooiy, cAfthr their t.4iling I it-rn u n, Sir,
a.rd all Ihb:- yar, ind.i after raiiijig hlairg ,-rop- Your humie S.-;..rvaIt.
thy h-av'- f.,ntirl thi.isielvwri \' t.f1 in a & p,,-:i ni- i T. PR
ary p...intt olf i-viw, than hi f.r:-; :illi. in.g thanm-
Srlves to bto per-l.-ad by the Meri,:hi nUt- ct .'- rai c-I,,,- th n! 1', -
twicire the quantity ,.f Ouijon- requirctd for the New PL.ANTERS DO NOT BE DI.S '- AUED.
eYork nmMk. mn-r:ly fur thu e..ike of supplyin';
thlie with t0la -c0on bJ-,li a: ii.l li-d4la gr.o-ulnwhiih Yii Itait, r.- wh:, h:a\ bh... -n tiu-ns G u.uiii ian.
ire la.irge ittul, whi.-h could le s b .taved-i-i wi,-e haivte have nout met with the r,:-ults y,)u ,:xp-.t..., doli noti
had Lutffi,:i,:-nt proof already this year tlihat i00,0o00 be di-courn.'t-i, for Guatino never t 1..,- work in a
bo:.xs i- ill w. should raii.c for our went-ru nu-iAh- 'lyh sc.a-ou. A dry seta-on, when, has ibteen
h.our-, it w..- wjuld h1-ae it a paying bu-in- .-c I u.i-ed ea-:tn a n .-.,.a t .l-r.-p lth, next; it till .b- if wit -ill exeid th.-t unital.'r this y-tear- rr1tk iluto plft nt ltod andl biy c:1 EllI y attra.tion.
agwinstne.trly i00,0i.,la'I.ity> yc:ar will ba, aliipta1d up built ..f thle .'routul to tiht ni.iuths
our fanrm.;ers'have c:use never to f irtt- f',-, ;a,,' .-f the plauts II ma-tn tth-t .y sol.Ar h.:,1 it vill be
o ... -aind lel ui to strive- t.- indue..- our 'ir.iwn up to tb.- near .-irt.:i '..f the i'ra.nid iu i
li ouple only- to ra-i se hadf th,- qu.antit- ofta ouiols, l.uid.1 statc-. In tlii ,aoiOutry it -hi:.nlh t.- -.wn i,.:l
and thi-u weti would get r6 per box. i.-tead of :'2 6 tlja -urf-acte of thi- round,..ti: plhiilit-it
to 3 p:r I.-x, anle-.- wO oulld get market sihoul be- itlIouh..d inato !ihe .it-an.l. The fu!,i,, ta
olpen.d. Had it not et a for our Fananers' Clubsi of using GuA. i- too h lon : to 4 e-xhjnt.-:J in a
'lti.-h p>r..t--t:.d our pri-,iN., our rop-it- wual havel n.:-wspapr. It i- falkn :aigin into thea h..&ids of the_ Riuug Partie, .s in th.- Pl.iutit.-is Culai,. Tlh- i" L;t_ n i-, ... tianL thi,
usual; but I amR happy to s,ly that our F.,rmr',-' bl.rne of thie tliet-.- tiht hi s b. torn al,.,i;' th::-
Clubs are becorninar_ quite a .1 -i ee., itnd by tlie next t)nioun the- Guto i6 n..,t to hbl irn.
crop s.'ia-oni th--y wil I.,e st iblishl thr- trou,'it OI .,viy r,.niler wbt 1.el.u--- tIo l.c-rTiii., to B.r-
country-whi.:h will Il- oita: of the grc:.tat iniprovr- iniml.i : anl .I-h it 1.. li.u- to g.iuor.-turn..r t.. uano :
incuts to be pl.i..e, on our apt...'.Trannrin f.-r 1S.:J. cni-1 a do nut -Adtil. niaf.trttun,.a:- ou it with whai,.h it
I amglkid to find that as ourp,:ople h.avefullyrn.,.-le ias nothing to d.... I :tiu nw u-iugu:gwnoon th. -iur-
up their nn'dl-a t. inake- a'e in their plhanting-, f.: ty-e-lf, but it is b-ciaus.e- I idl n-t h,:lp may-
anud try and ntri-,e fritits for the N,-w York mna rket s-elf t ,do diitle-r'-tly, t or I rei..l not-t : it. wuwit I
:as wcll :%" thair u-i-n l .-i.:,p. Thi- S3tr..wherry, for wanto.e it l.,t'-or.- pl.iughaia.r, ,it l hli. ha ris laking" a
ex-iunpl?, I hav- .lre-ady nit-ution.ed in : t;tiin-r differeacLe of iiany puiu.1i- in i-y crops.
letter n- a pr..babl,? e-x..ellnt invt-tru.ent in n1 ,A.MES FILLINi ,
crop, anud \i h.ih reqiuirew v. rmy -iamll ouitl.,y for x- 1a.- 12th, I '-'2.
periii'-ntry purpi-,.s. Sii,-? my riir:irl;. n .,_
this -li-o.,--t. I lh.,iei gathel.I v e-ry u.i.fil i infrtI- r,,, //,.e Lwolon Tt,,,,s, .April 15.
tion, whi-hi S.ttitfi .- llt t I tiam ri-_ht in trying P rATO C LT R E.
t.-a indu.e our to .-row that 1-,.iry for the PO AT10 CU LT RE.
Nw York niuirkw-t. We,:. ,nly \. nlt ai> -at ly-rip, --n- Pithapnp. na, tfool pr-.ilai't of th- -.ame iita.portar.. c.
ing kini, if A. Iright tifoti ti ,.',_lur, .-.lit an- tiuiu, i., the pt.i.i, lh .L. btea l. ft o, liun gbgl, '..t'.1, tor
not too, a- they.v .ir nt .o ,paood tfOr .-hippiun. however beyunal control miaiy hiayv. been the p otaito
By con-ulti-ng tl:- N-..w Y,-r: Mi k 31 .. i t 1- iI.e'sri to th,- ie i a-a aOn its first appe-ariuae, it iia not unrecson-
l.-Wt i..r trana.'a.1tati,.'naail!i,:- tit..with miui.k s;il abl' to in-rgine lI:atth- .Till whAich found .1 rermedy
Air- .outl i not in ike- nis-t. k.. in planting a '.ert.aii for tht' silk-worm dia.-- ..e and for the viuo di,:-i-ts.,
aiaiouit cit --rou..ld with ti,.t h-- t'fruit n-s.xt niiAght thave ben equally suce-sftul in c mnibating
f:,ll. Finet ion. D is-t l ih,- t-,.et nutrintierat for the very ahaoi-.iy-.allied fiut.uoid dis-..a-e tf the pot-iro.
the-r. Our friveil Mr. Van lli vwouilhl 1.i l no-t ht.ippy Apart, howevc-r, from :t study of thit-. dise:aIs of
a totupply y,-u with thi- muitratiaous iua rt.dint fi'.,&n thlt, iniart.ant ru!.T., it is 5trA:n_: howi li ta- is -:ill
hi- te..-i.n mnill--theu w-.. -l,.,l kuw i known .,- to th.- b,.st moi.:Aq ,, itc eluilre, iu..l an -
uot like': th-: fih gu.tlo w. u ..,.n ia mpnli.t i rd .it h.c .-t to the best varieties f..-r cuIlrur,. Iu both tnh:m-e re-
pirovei to b.- ..'- .r --,,ii-tling w..r-,... specta it iA poh-bib! t;rat tht- New Zedilau-l-r were,
I h i:- b,.n to-l. b Itini it w..,t nt Ii in respect of their sw,.-t pot.toe at theo timeof Cap-
t., r i-v- th. t'friti a it h.i'o i -. i llt.a y '.n-lli.:<. or tlin Cook, a g-io). deal- in advance of ourselves now.
Iri Wbi.-v,- S...n.-- ,i.l I [,Ilaitl -i t-Iw ron-ws for We, iler-efore, w,.lcomin the very va:luable inforrmsa-
tri:.1, tha y It.ii very wa.ll, hut th..- il-. ,. tr,,rae-l lion t which is preso.nt-d in a s-ill piruphler con.
themin. I iuforin ,.I l .. 'tlini-t.k thri at I,- wcit,,o t.iinig thie reports of exp on potato c:ul-
eAlti-ah, h. shodldl pil:irnt 1 arely ;-a, i- to have ,.n..,ii-lh ture, mad.t uun!er tho dilieclioun of a cornmitte.- of
for the -.rnl. -s .as well ;is ftor himnistlf. I li,ve o.ft,.u thu Co(uity of Cork Agri.:-ultunral So'iety, lat the
n-itic-c.l inu .iL-'-i "wh.-n yu i.tav-.. Inly ai few tha ily Munster Fairm, ii th..: year I-1'. Thes experi-
w-ill I.,... -r -.yI-.l 1. .-tirul.t-a ; thie nub- "will nu ot in- n nis i -t w :re of two kiind,- (( fie ,.uli- itaion .it-,:
jure.- a 1:ir.-;e ti-.I. I havIte,: a-,.r rtheiu .,inap:ar,.-l toa by ide .f as ma.any vtariti- of the aa .,:oulil
aunts; th-.v '.tveui will not attar-k a.i .rrel ,-f .sug:r, be obtained with a viewof coniparing tlh-ir rlJative
but will -le.-tt.y smn'illl li intiti.-. Si .,rn. -y thue and dia.:.'sa-e-iitin;, p.>wer under
Black Bird.l- iaul Spart'wow, dl..-Itr.-v tlh. :. I qlit,.. precisely ?i'aail tr ,.,idiio4u :cs to soil, cliunate. iund
itgrme' with them, .as they ,,ii. withoutt -li.iiilt a 'r,-..,t manure. (2, te'tin. ith --lative valuo.- itf thr,: thre
injury to outr c.antry ail, -lih..ldi I,.- .1--t,ty..ed ; th:. most important cous-tituent.- of m-inur.-s-1, nitro-
Bhlck Bird d.le>s nt .-.-r,..-lih fr -ariI..- lik.e our in- gen in the hydrogenuiz-l or ammiLmniii and in
duntrious Eline B'ild, bur i..rly lI.,oks aft..r our the oxi.liz-: or nirrat-. form; 2, poti-.h ; and 3,
fruit iand de-troy it wht.-u ril-, .i1 t-, .uirticularly so phosphates, ingly or ineoiubin ition, i l' the grouIth
to our Grap:--A. I'Ih- Blac-k Bird -1,c.-tr,.-, thi.. .--1- of the .-Luno v'aiiety of the potato tun-ler similar con-
,of the othl-r birds; : in America they" are b,.att-r ditionu. Wihlin the last two ytals the committee
known, 1- C:at Birds. The Sparrow h a report a great ehan.rve for the bette-r both in their
cate all our Ilie BI ,rJ, which is the mos-t i-,. quality and gro t wv-ight tii' thi p ,lato ,trop grow
ful bird in the Island. I trust that a n'w Liaw- will in the soitl i'of Irlandti, and ;,hy fairly antribute
s,,,,i bej pi t-- by unr worthy RPirt-a.-ntatitv-s t to some of thi, progr. j the: ra -ulnt oft th ir labours
d.stt~ly thi.:. t1,, _grejt nuiamaisu-:. ai tiur Fruit of I ') and 1i81. Tiiey th-,nki th-. Comani-i*i' r
tret -a shoul.a hative prictectiou. of National Elucafti-u I.r thi- fa' ili iths ad asi .it--
Mr. R,:bh.-rt Munro,-, a Bermudian, and vlio is :i anew they so conrdilly g ive, :au.! ley eIxpr..--v their
-reett Horticulturist, hla linog hi. nl.aur yvtan-irs ex- sense of rhe great help th-:y have iia::c-ived fi-itm Mr.
perience in rainiu; large luta.ntities uf -irawl-rriei, Car, oil, Supwrintendrnt ot tii- Governmeiit mIndu.-
&c., &e., rilct-.h to me a little.- of liii ,lp rie-r'e -.:f trili Farma at Glasnevin, near Dublin. This report

is already too condensed tu admit of much abstract-
ing. Out of 35 varieties grown in 1881 only nine
were disease-proof. The experiments seemed to
support the non-contagious nature of the disease,
for the varieties producing a perfectly healthy crop
grew in the closest proximity to highly diseased
rnes. The experiments as to the values of the
different manures were under the direction of Pre-
sident Sullivan, of Queen's College, Cork, and they
are of the deepest interest. The variety selected
was that known as the Champion, the time of
planting was April 12, 1881 ; the plots were of the
same size; with no manure the gross yield per acre
was 5 tons 16 cwt.; with 2 cwt. to the acre of bone
and mineral superphosphate, 6 tons 10 cwt.: with
bone meal, 4 cwt. to the acre, 10 tons 3 cwt.: with
Kainit only. 2 cwt. to the acre, 13 tons 19 ewt.:
with farm-yard manure, collected in open yard: 13
ton-s 15 cwt.; with the same from a closed pit, 16
tons 13 cwt.: American phosphate and Kainit, 15
tons 15 cwt. to the acre.

DEAR bMR. EtITOn.--Would ycOu kindly allow
the following a pla.-ce in yo:.ur valuable, ..olnins :
The long expected Planu. Specitficatiou-. &c., of
a Steam Boat, especially adapted for our Bennrmuda
trade, anil piopo:,,:. to I.. owunedl Iy youni alJ, have
been rtc':.irtd. 1n11l :vi-,rythin is unor. in readine-s
frr tin. Or'iaiizatiou:n it a Company. a-s will be .eeu
.y th:. ui'-,ti:e ian to-day's (r;c:<,'e, You are therefore
(oi- aind all invitril to one f.,rward to e-e and
jud.' fir v.oi rerlv,:-., vlhuh is the h l.ett-er plan to, be
a.:elt-Ilt What <.-oul.l e the rate per i-ha re?
H.w in.iiaiy -haire ear.h 1.ii r-on I s..ld A1.....l awed to
take, &-., &c. Theref.,'ie we w'rant all, 'wen those
whi-, rie ':pIoi.ed t. the s.lceina Iunever T i.i ;li ft:m
wha-t (1 a cuII: i tr -. n .l e aid ll- V-eri',i., that htap
a .ap-ark',tf lov- ta.r lIdi oilati3 -aind c-xprei- their
vi-W-. .A- thi-r:- i- uo tin ti., bE lost for an ad-
j.o.nru-d i.etiug, whlitver i. to I.e do'e must he
done quickly.
!'r -y 1,., I -'*2.

t LrEbE.' Sir.A.M.snrF Co'ur'..NY.--Frui i thl.- anuuu
rip'.-,irts -sil.,iitti.l .i th. l,: reh,..I,.l,:-rs ,,t the Qt .-he,-
St.: -,u hlip <.(',niniirIay, .it ll-' rl u ii (.I tin a ou tlhe
27t i nlt., tli.- t uiu (.Of the :dirf3f.r'.n t -.'/n*ati-rd
t art yv:.,r.. :ittt-r I.lii,:twLm ." ,:xlcn.,:". ")p_' .is t''.,Lhw :s
Mu1ri: , 1;, 7 ; Oriu, ., 3',.7:. FLan rui"h
l l,' : Erainti.l;i, ,2.124 ; A2 lh niimr, 2,'7 b;
Mit hiiiia:i. (7.717. Tw.- 1.,:t Nw,:re ruii .it a I,
the Ila.lji, .7,:,7'a, .a ii i'.ill n' i il i. t.I, 4. Thc
lh.,' :'f It1 e st,- hla e- B liinji -i ill, it aa i..iptt.1,
swa.ll,:,w uap lt-t y3.w r', rninuN.._" ii ld ,- -i'trliblo
.il'... i thij vr.t.uv> ]. "Ih. t.t.'l rIv ,nw- ..... f !it f ,11.
po.ury falir iall &- our,.e- ftir tha- p'-t i y.- I .w-i 12,-
71 ., ." l th.l : t..,t.l :xIen ,- .;7",* 2.i. -[iQ n, :.e

rp il Uidersi,,n-i. hi s i l :n.t ipe.. iJ a choice
Selecti ,I of Egli i .', .1 A ..;.c!; a

S --- .. .....
Fu'r Xrnas. Receive hl b !.. i.l.iil St.iier
C'lna i-liig i,i p it r', :--
EP -, JOUL' r'1 B.CON

ti is oi Ro:s. liE-EF' '.U TN
C I BC1K KN !l; D C
l1nch TONG ut P cU d 1. \:. 1
; rEF' and TO \ J : i'it-,ff ,S.A LMON
Ul-n Ii.SiTES )" s'.Pil:i Green PSE.iS
I:I':AN4 C)l;N anI. .I',VPA;R -GICES
Little. of \sso,-!ed PI;K.(LES
Red CiPB WJ \ dn.! S.AUCE-4
Corned IE:-.Fii This l'I.'-IIlTTS orall kind.
1JUG. it, \VWhile .inBl -.i i FLOUPR
Tini. of';:()L'.O aiIal III i.K
S'lFEE; and Mt ILK
Gree-n ani ilurnt rl'FF El' Oolniig 'TirEA
FL '.X-;.i EED li.seed AlM: \L
Btiltles ofSYR UI'.-4, of nila 11.' ore
CL- ERlI I ES, &c., &c.
Tins of F'RUITS, in S rip
E%; IRlS PINI,: \PP.LE.;
JAMS.. of all Flavors liU 11'.l'ii LARD
-: IC, '1 Table -SALT 11( II:'.: 8
I',i,,. G E
oz. I otiles of Essaonce I.lEMO" N
SASi'BI.. R. 1' RV \NILL A..-., &e.
-)'oitdenseAd M I.K
'ARrTARIC- \% ill (r'ow.lEerdl
I fair OIL, as-orteid l'lau'rs i-'i;i -. O'i've 011,
CURRIEt (in Bottle-)
("U.l %N'l> FIt s s. i:i "-
Nl'TA. ilACf CLOVI.4
Jars of l'resrvel GI-NG E 'R S.\((I
o \Tr CO IN Ii.lA.
&e., &C., &e.
E:mat Broadway and Victori-' Streets,
H:iunilto-., l|.cemn' .e 1t, 1I8).

William James Heney,
Shillipilg ;al td Commission Agent,
(',i'era street,
i. ill.TTON, BEill mIDA.
I'rrinpt attention given t consit ome.ins.

" luictioni \1 ehlies la~ys anild Fiday.

Just Received,
Front .New York per S.S. Orinoco,
\ Fresh Supply of

11 (:orned BEEK Fand Ox TONGUES
,.'>,_,-l Iiz FEET ILunch TONGUE.S
ilam SAUSAGE Potted -IAM
1A'II'1.-S PECAN and Pea-NUTS
I'..SCUITS of all kinds
Ca1nneod .11EAI'S, & .., &e.
Huamilton, January 31, 185-.

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