Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00078
 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00078
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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S. SEWALD .TODDING.", ; --
,W.L. rTOJDtDINO-. ,:' u iideasi rnedi breg axi.eus to .'Pay is
St. G..,or,,':sr, M1.y 31. !,,"' FIlht rt-q.i..-t.iall i'er,..oim IN I)I ':1 ED
-in him to inne forwa.rdl and I' P their e-peetive
All P'rs.ons INDEBrED to t'ie Firn of' S. Amno ilib ofl or btfo:e the 20lh June inhaunt, Lu
S. TODDINGS & BRO.. art: requested to i ;ir)virfl Legal proceedings
,ak,: payment not lat.'r than. the 30th ,fJ I une JOHN GREENSLADE,
liioa.. tu;il, all ti-,.s having AOCOUNTS rEast roadway.
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r. S,. S. ''odrlings has beetn deputed t st-t of Silver Je
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ltb, f.Goff. otb. F irn T. 6f 1 BroocIhes and Eir 'lings, Bracelets,
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S T he Anual JuGeral Meeting .ofli BF-oP ale.
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ETY a:u ,.m'eilduwRt uf Rule,14 was- ciarmid tAo AG Got.1 tt ve Rosewooi
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J.t, n:.t the ?ittrance fee, payable by a Momia: a
b-1 '.n -1'letii V i lhUll be regulated by his age .
;at tIhe time ;1c follows:-- Full coipas Maker. Oe.tyman and Plumb,.
If urinder ;Ii vC'e:s(iof & ig e'iht-shitiings.. R. tegenti ,trett.
B .-tw.eei :s .A & 3 twelve. The Owner Itavii'g the Island. .
:,.& 40 sixteen i For-particullars apply, at this Offie;'
& 45- twenty .June t, 18"-2. ...
'3 & 50 f't.lenty-fur .
.Persons inttenaling to jioihi thie eciety ar I I
aalvit,-d to nriko plpheation tfor momb.rshi.. -
,ithodt delay.. TO li'rU DIRECT.
11 EN I.Y LOCK W AR D, Thei tat sailing lairque
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Fo1ri Sale ieiny J. WaLling Lt, .Laster,
S Will sail qs above 'on or about the
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gik', noIAt lte.. tlian S .i'uart's y' -.: J TRII NGH-AM. & ONS,
Enliquire it "2 F. 0, Qri- Boiz. '-' '" '" g i '
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COLOTNIA.L SECREI'ARY'S OFFICE,
Bermnuda 2.5th May, 1882.
ASTERISKIS OF MAIL STEAM-
- slips, b,:m>l:Il to lIauilton, arriving in
Ihi:,. .lanls with passnrgrs_.are requested to
wait offt Her Maje.ty'. Nayal Yard, before
rot--c-,.lting to Hamilton, until vii.ited by an
OJlli-'r or Non-Comini.-ioted Oftli:er from the
Nav.il VYar'1.
MASTER-S ui all other Vessels arriving at
Bermui-la with passu.ngers are requested not to
perinit any pasicnger to land in these Islands
a,4foru handing a trull li-t of their passengers to
he Revenue Offih.er on duty.
By Ord,.r of His Honor the Aduinistra
tor o the Governiu':-nt and1 Coim-
iannder-in-Chief.
JAMES TUCKER.
Jcting Coleaial Secretary.

Notice.

A 1.1, laitlie, INDEBTF.EIto Eslate of the
iA Luie F't ElDERICK PI'.NTIN, le-
eaiedl, :ire liherely nrqu-sred io etllte heir reas-
)pctive ave. u ,is fi or be-fore thr 15the poxbiao ;
Il't-r wIichl dtIo all Accounts nut settled will Ibe
played in llegb al lands lor collection.
TFIOMAS MILES.
D. SPURLING,
:xecutors.
l iluiloll, May 15, 188!.

Carriage for' Sale.
Two Sv.i-;t -Cl.i Ih 'Top, very confriitlt,
Strong buil.
Pric,- onlv 16.
.\.l|Ply to W. IF. A.l4EN, Front Street,
I I:iiiil lon
June 5.. 192.--2
TRY the new Smoking Mixture ** Calumet
I Club" I1. A. .Orantham has for ?-ale.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
OF THE DISSOLiriiON of the Firm
ol JON 0TS & LOUGH, by the -death of Williaw
C'loil Jones, and that the tju-i!i4 wv'11 be ear-
lied on by tlhe su,'viviing pirtrer, George F.
I.ouji, in connection w\th L, uis A. VanI Ro-
n oaidt, under the firm liine of
l.O1U11 A& VAN "OMONDT.
Tll.e ina.ine oif. the 1.te Firm will only be u,,ed
by the surviving particr for iho purposes of Ii.
qu iida i .
52 Exchange Place,
Now York, May 11, 18S,2.-4

For Rent,
S, A Commodious

C.o tt a g e,
N,-r r ','i: \vr 'IIP.
Iinlietial e )i. '-i* n' g ri ive'6n.
I'I,.itanit Lo';:ti ur. ''erus imodurale.
;pplv to
W. C. HALLETT.
I ,liniltii, Junia e :3, '_ .- tf
.LL the latest Noveltiei in Plated Ware an
-. well as necessary articuls at Childs. Call
and & ee.
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BERMUDA .ROYAL GAZETTE.
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ri ts 2Ion, June 13, 1882.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTEiED.
June 12-Mail Steamer Dessong, Smith, New
York ; Mails and g'eueru l cargo.-Agent., Trott
.-&'Cox.
CLEARErD.
JTune S-M:Ail Ste.ii,. O ti.... Fri qer. Nr%- Y',:rk
-3,7" .5 iburiels :iud il br.xe-s pujt i,.,-. It.r.S'i b;x-
eS oi ou-, ; .; r,' ,x-- .1: n'-4 ...ttr>s .,n it..-.i -' 2
huboxi b ct, .* balt- b.,,cI ls .lliwtoi ,t. I <:-,:-
liqIliurt .
S;hr. E. Goodwin. G(i.ttin, N.-w York : 171 .1li. and
16 boxes potatoes, l, ?n7 1 I..x, i..u f,,-. :!7 b,:,x,,X-
anid 4 rate, tjranto-,.
German Brige Graf Bismaik, K,'il.-t, Wilrniugtou,
N.C. -
.OUSTOM HOerE--ST..GEOFRI3.ES
i'::i r' ..
Jim;- ".t--- ,:o,'l M ail' St,:.:!n.,i Alpla. *"'rc,), ll,
Halitiax, Eugli.hl Ma.ile.:.f the *7th Ap.t ii lul i t .th
May and general ,Iu,:i,.--A-.g-ut *1. M. Hay-
ward
I'LEARtED.
iJae 9-Rt;yal Maiil St.a mer Alpha,. Crow,-ll,
Tuirkb' Islailns -and Jauaica : Mails anud geuc-
rIl dcaro.
10--Italiian Barque Trnmplar, Corrao, C'unBtautino-
ple; 5,103 cases and 67 barrels refined petroleumr
and 5)0 bairei rtLUL-ex Italian Barquii Eimnlia
Figlia.
PABSENGERS.
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco, on Thursday last,
for New York :-Mr. and Mrs. J. N. B. Middleton,
Mks Mitdleton and maid, Mis. Hastings two chil-
ren and nurse, Mrs. J. Bluek, Mrs. S. Tuzo, Mrs.
T. Kerik,. frs. E. Clerk, Mrs. Petit, Miss C. D.
PetitA iss(M. Pdtit,,MiBs:-Nolly rey;: Mrs. Gar-
difler' f'Mr. J. D. McGIeucy, Miss E. L. Sweeney,
Miss M. Boyle, Miss 3J Boyle, Miss M. B. Tacker,
Miss K. B. Tucker, Miss S. Stowe, Miss A. M.
Stowe, Surgeon Crean, A.M.D., Captain Pederson.
Messrs. H. Cassidy, Jr., G. T. Corcoran, W. Pea-
cock, John Smith, W. Harvey, and George Clerk.
-2nd 'C'ain.-Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Young and -k
children, Mrs. A. Hall and infant, Agoslina Squrso,
R. Eve, Antonia Marsh, Thomas Murphy, P. Mc-.
G.auley, James Crjtou, B. G. Talbot, Walter Hay-
ward, GO Wilkey, John A McRonald, H. Trott,
and Heniry Paynter.-Sheerage-Samuel B. Hay.
ward, Peter Ingez. Nicholi Batestrino, Francesco
M linari, E A Gibbons, Frederick Tynes, A. Hall,
J. Stephenson, S. Hamilton, W. Flin and Patrick
O-Co.nner.- Deck.-A. Auderson,W. Rogan,Charles
Waahington, James A. Trott, A Henrickson, H.,
Hayjward aud A. Smith.
In the R. 3,[. Steamer Alpha fr,:om Halifax:-
Mrs. Joseph Hutchings, Miss Bluck, Mr. F. C.
Alton, Superiintdeut Engineer H. M. DIekyard,
and servant, *'an Messrs. F. arid C. Nicolson.
In thte.R.M.S. Alpha for Turks Islands, Messrs.
J, J. Frith-and T. J. Jones.
H.M.S. Flamingo, Commander Custance, hence
at Halifax, 4th instant.
H. AI. S. Wyir hence at Portsmouth, 25th ult.
Bi'rqe IA.,aii, S&,A.'llct Kloh-king, from New York
via Bermuda, March 3.1, for Penang, has put into
St. Simon,. Bay, C. G. H ', with cargo shifted.
The Brigt.-E.x,rl.,ior -left New York for Bermhuda
7th inst.
The DBarque .Elid Bi,..s was going into port
when the De,wng left foi Bermuda.
The Steamer Fliu,mbura,g hence at New York 5th
inktaut, was to leave for Barbados on the Sth.
The Steam Tug Briani.iia left St. Georges on
Wednesday last, for New York, where she will be
employed during the sumnuner months, and return
to Bermuda in the t'.ll of the year.
Huioind, from Gibara, Cuba, arrived at Baltimore
6th instant.

ACCIDINT oN SnmPBnoAD.-A sailor named-Leo-
pold Angus, one of the crew of the Barque Indiana,
whilst that vessel was proceeding to sea, from the
Royal Naval Yard, on the 5th inst., being on the
lower topsail yard overhauling the gear, when some
of the gear of the upper topsail yard broke, caus-
ing the-yard to-'fall, pinning the poor fellow be-
tween the two :yards; breaking the thigh of one
leg and causing a compound fracture of the
other, Angus wai.brought from the vessel, then
in Murray's Anchorage, by Dr. Butterfield, who
hId him ,viiveyed to ia Sailorui boarding house,
where Ithe injured liiihb were attended, to. Hav-
ing benu plkced by the C'ptain in charge of the
Dy.-C.oniptroller of Custoims, St. .Geore's. he
was subsequently, by permission of the Authorities,
conveyed to the Military Hospital, where every pos-
ible care is being taken. of him. Angus ii 18v
years f ag, an.L is native of BLie, Honduras.

RAINFALL IN MAY.
The r.dinfall lUat month amounted to) 913 inches,
being the giretttest tainfull registered in May fir 12
v-ears, prior t':.. h,:-lg ipTl'l we'r;tV, no register to
rti-i to. Tl ,<;-i' l ,.bii no ,,uIlh raiitall i .in o
Aun'u:ti l.T'I,, whn' b ,u' inches were registered.
Ten years ag,, ineinlin lY7'2 tlh,- iainf:ill of the
\veiar-uin tl'to, hrtiMl.-es, atl din t1uly inthat
re'-,'ere,.' l '"tlhe fa tll w;i- "ti7ll greater
aountriag to'Tlhi iui-hes, and -in August iu that
ye.ar 11'3 iunhes fell. whilst in O tober the fall
recihedl the extraordinary quality of 1;'t.i50 in..hes.
November if -the wettestt mouth, the average of
that mouth tor ten yearM iea hiug -5"7u. The
average rainfall in May', during the same de-eade,
h:l-l -n i'l ic e-. Thlie aver:i '-. June rainfall
liai, eni4 ut t tahip ate, t.h-e 12tlih, we
have '-1ulv"had 'p.22 in,.hes illuring the present.
m ,uo t h ..' 4.L,* L / :. V '

THE NEW ArtIRAL FOR THE NORTH AMErcIN AND
W.. uiLS.ATI.TxN.-1T-,J'/ir _,,-ln.'itil yan Git te
,:,f ', "tVays .Yl *' Si',iEdward -onuiiere$I i tlie
favorite. TIhe ,. illauld ,ill be vicatt.1dby-Sii'
Leopold McCli-ntbk :at' t.he- end :f November uext,
hi three. yearss of ,cuimand expiring the."

4lg- It will be noticed by our advertising ,oliuun,
that. thet.dite of -reeiving' .'Te-ders" for Jenuings'


Day Far~iu,-S-oIithnnpllt'ln,D, 1 3.- -"'Inhain,ljasbecu
pv"tv~o ut..-.l~ :x-th inst., instead ot 14th


.L. LAIV REPORT.
^^~ ~ ..*- ** _:
Coourl of 'icet Adnir'alty.
I/,, /r. I', Ho- Jo-ih Ree,, Jn dt-.',
THE "ALFRED," DERELICT.
;23r.r, May, l.s'2
The l.ilahaid a-exhilbittd tv.ii attidavits to thean eftt-e
thathe ship ;ud n:.i',0 o haid 1,t-en ofl'.red ior -ale.
'bjut that the appr.ii,,.-l value- could uunot be ot tilaI-
fur either. only 200 havin- bIeeu l.id f.:.r th- hlip
,iid ;j50i for the carg. .
Thel Juudi'e directed the ship and ,i:rueo to b:. s-'.l
at a reduced price, but not for less than "2i0 for
the .A-hip and 31A0 fi'r the cargo.
Tlh. .'Curt adljoJuii n-d to' Tuesday, 30th May, at
11 a.m.
30JT MAY. 1S2.
The sale of the Alfred"' and her ar'o unot yet
having been elected the C'ourt again adjouru d t.:i
Saturday, ;3rd June, ait 11 a.m.
3RD JUNE, S1r2.
Th.% Ma'Mirshal returned the. Sales of the Alfred"
anmd her ear.-go, shewing that th.- ship had sold foi
'2035 and th,: canrg. for 3435, the expenses attnid-
ant on the sale being 12 16 4.
The Judge ordered that tIh Matrshlal's feis fjur
executing th, decree of sale should lie charged .on
the amounts for which the chip and cargo were ri--
spetively sold, without making any almlowau.-e on
the fracti..unal part cf the hundreds of poutud-,
thus, i:un the sale of the ship I.20531 .l l/8. on the
sale of thet ar'go (:345l 2 1 ii; and that the other
expunies of -sale should be charged pl.,.portiouately
,au thb- ales ',f th-e hiLp and i, --al ,.
The C.,.lit tihe adljouitru-l tu S.,titLurd.y In, xr. lo.ith
luetafft, at 11 n.1m 1vlien th.I- I asc will fr..i'l.,l bei-
:iaauTdf anud ile Aalviage n,-ttled.
lUth June, 1,S'2.
Th:e MaLshal returned the ani-:-ouuts aeg'aiLt the
'" Alfred" -'.ud her .ar tu,. to Ith'- :im.'unut, iun-ludinu'
icu.tody fees, ot aboIut t2il.
It ais understood that in addition the ,cost, ot
the Crown would be about V:j3 and of the Judct'o
anid Re'itiar about ';:.
Tj,: tiel pi,,. e ,l- ..f thI- -al.: 'At tLh- -hip ,iu ,...r-
.,j .l.:ing '.., ;7 : thli ,.,Ul\ i, ,n.' _i-,d ,l,,.,nt ,21
ivail able ti -.all ; ,'.
M i R. D. I iairell t.,i thi n .. i r .l Iaid ,,1
the Pil.t Be. il 'Sei irt." thie ori inal -alv :- iil.-
mitt-d1 that ,.,n th. f.lt, set forth in his a fitdant,
the '..e wa. a i,:,st meritoriou. one, aual tlat
UrI.'ly .ill thai- iam .eudieuts 01iew -4.iry t-.' -... u ritiute a
very -trong ':a-.e fur ,-.,imnpensati,-u were .utniued
in the s orvi..-s of his litrtie-r, that there- wa-. great
euterpriee in going t.., the as'-sistau.-'e ot a v. V ,..I in
distress in su.-Ii weather and that the. Salvi-,:r went
at the riek of their lhi,: ; that th.- ru-scite pr.p1,-ity
was in umiunent danger, and that the sal.. lin had
been succebsful. He t rged that it wis a 'a,* e iu
which as large an award as possible should b.: uiide,
and cited several cases, decided iu the English
Courts.. in favour of his argument.
Mr'. Reginald Gray tor the Owners, Ma-ter a.iid
Crew of the Steam Tug "Britannia," argued that
the success of the Service was in a large measure
owing to the Tug, inasmuch as from the direction
of the wind thi brig could nut have been sailed in-
to port, or to an anchorage, and even if she could
have reached a place of safety cuildw nut have
been anchored, as the auchors were on deck,
and could not have been handled by tilhethhreI. ...u..
on board. With retereuce to the amount of salvage
lie submitted that it war a ma:ttei entir-ly in the-
discretion of the Court, and that it would be Ie'i-
feetly competent for the Judge, if lie thought the
circumstaunes ot the e uae ju-tilied- it, to award to
the ialvors t,, A, f,, of the proceeds of the Eal.' af-
ter payment of aillexpe-uses incurr-ed, ..itinri in sup-
port uf this Th, AqI,, I C. Rob. 42 and Ti.L< *'-
:'Ietut'n 5 ilrish4 Jur. 371i.
Thi Adveont.- G(en.-r-il said li<-. 1, il v.-, wih to Ile-
prive the salvors of anything to whili they r\ert
fairly entitled, but thought the Judge nhhuld ,alu-
sider the owners as well.
The Judge intimated that he thought thlie owversi'
had uow nothing to do with thie matter, but thlit
he would reset ve his judgment.
Court adjourned to Satutrday next 17th inst. at h I

ELECTION OF A MEMBER TO SERVE IN
IHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
WaW-..'.: PA.isR VESTRY Roomx,
June 6, 1SS2.
Returning Officer,Worshipful ALEXANDER J. FniTH.
Pursuant to a Writ issued by His Honor the Ad-
ministrator of the Government, a meeting of the
Freeholders of said Parish was convened at I I
o'clock, for the purpose of electing one able and
sufficient person to serve as a member for the afore-
said Parish in the General Assembly of these Is-
lands, in the place of the late Samuel Augustus
Harvey, Esq., deceased, when the following Gen-.
tlemen were nominated, viz.;-
NATHANIEL ALPrHEu COOPER.
Proposed by Edward Steven Ingham ; seconded
by Henry Hiun..n Smith.
WILLIAM HENtR HTIuGHES.
Proposed by John William Ingham ; seconded
by Nathaniel Joseph Darrell.
RICHAnRD KEPE.
Proposed by John Samuel Darrell; seconded by
Alfred Darrell.
The meeting, in accordance with the Ballot Act,
adjourned to Thursday at I p.m., the 8th inst., for
the purpose of receiving votes by Ballot.
SJune Sth, 1SS82.
In accordance to notice given the meeting
was convened at 11 o'clock this day, when the Poll
was declared to be open. At4 o'clock the Poll wais
closed and the votes were immediately counted, the
numbers stood thus:
Nathaniel Alpheua Cooper ............ 21
Richard Kempe........ ........ ...... -2
William Henry Hughes.............. :-S
wheu Mr. Hughea was declared to be duly elected
a member of the General Assembly for the afore-
said Paaiih of Warwick.
-----Og *-----
LAIiv LA1.IZAN.-T].e j", '<*.. .' l'.i><,, ,i', '-'.' ,.- The
Steamaer Alaska," of the Gamou Liunt in whiih
Lad' L:attau took pa-..ag -, and lett New Yrk onu
30ith May at three p.m., arrived off Fa-tne-t Lig-ht,
on the tth it ".r)l o'clock, there -hort,-st i.a-.-,ig ,,id
record, being from Sandy Hook, 1 days Hi lh.iursiundl
-, miuutes,, aud arrived at tiueeu'n. Towu ilU u
days, .22 bours and iJ minutes, beating her prie viii-.
paiio~e E .vi-r two liotui .

To Editor of Royal Ganete.


The Public Sheds being open we were enabled
to give shelter to a very tine Bird during the pre-
sent Crop season; th,- result of which is that there
is not a single poor farmer but who has Leceived
either a direct or indirect benefit from that gentle-
man's presence among us. From good authl0ity I
may mention that next season we will be viitied by
several of these cash-paying purchasers. The
gentleman alluded to utteuded several of the
Farmers Club meetings. On la-st Monday evening
he was at that of \Varwi-k and gave them gle.it
credit f.,r the Produce hl had purt haaed of them,
and said. Boys, I want you to keep thi muark iup,
' W. P. C.' (\11 iamn Peaevetl.'s C'a )." He t-aid
further, I have lett i. ini my pocket directing ume
to purchase all of the 1'roduce bearing the mark of
several parties in this rovnm." This w.- chewing,
coming from one so immediately connected with
the business.
ONION.
June S, 1882.


A meeting of the Cley t Cle the ('urh of Eng-
land nt present servintc in Benuud:i was held in St.
Paul's Churbch, Paget, ,u Thursday last, June Sth.
There wis a -,Irvin:-e i.,u-istiae of Moiniug Pray,-r,
St rmon und Holy ('tauaniiuoii. There were pt..-
sent the five R?.tur.-, the Mini-er of Trinity
Cli iur, aind three Government Chaplains, tw.-
I-rui--,iioned in the Amyn andl ,ue in thn Royal
Navy. The muai.-al partic, of the service- was ,ad-
mirably aud effectively renulered ,by the Choir of
thi. P:aiih ChutMMb. kinlly' ai-dd l.v s-ev ral moe,-
b.is of the CLhu'rs t Trinity Chiu'ch. HamiltIt,
atd St. Maiy'.s, Warwik. The swi, tne- s a-,nd
power :of th- new Organ w'rie well Ii-em.untrateld 1y
the t:-ile te-d amiuteur toA whi',se n''.-u.:.-.sit'y it is, to ai
v,-ry lirge e-xt- t, ,iwinu:, tlhIat th,-- ...:-in'r A.g tio in h-
b.-en enabled tu .,bt.aiu thii lI) ti il iu-timaIL utl.
A thoug-hitftil and] eiu n-.t 6srini:u, atipr:,Ipria.te t..,
the Ouccaltiin, fand ftaUi.l-i :ona tie wordt- of oulr-
L,..rd, It i- th..: -i.irit thit ,lquii.k,:neth: tlhe fl-.h,
profiteth nothing," iSt. Johl vi. 1i,:i was ilmpre-s--
.-ivt ly delivered by the R .-. Mark ,J.am,:-.
The Ofltrtorv, aniouanting- ti, t'ln I 1, was li, -
voted t-', the fuiud for the building ot the ti'-v
Church in St G.orge's. Subseq-uintly the Cler.-'y
at'e-.ed to a-k their couare-r'ti,:ms to jo-iu in Thank-.-
i-viug to Abulig'hty GOD for thel r-tiurlu ,:.f the
Hati vest, and to pireac'h in behalf ,if FIor:i--un Mis-
siu, .on the 4th Sundcay afte-r Trinity, July -2ndl.

ST. GEORGE'S NEW CHURCHII.
T ,, t *.' ,.,r ., R ...',,, rr,,: :r.
DEAR SIR.-I ,e-.:- t... a..kuowld-'l.- tht...iu-l vo-ur
c,-olmiln tl.- u, -:,.' froim tihe i V, l. L L.:'.,-i.
,i thr- f..ll..wiim .;....ti.t .u- to tlHe N-.W, P i-lh I'Iir. li
rlu.:---.
I ltertuat v.--At thi- -.rci' .- i l. 'l. u t,. i
rue-tiun-: of thIe- C'lria' at St. Paul'i- '. 1 1
Chiuri' P,.:-t. Jl h ... .. .... .
H ou. W H I-. :..li-u ........... 1 11 ,i
Thl -. F. J. T l.-:kI-r. F' ....... .... I i

1mLii 1 1


i''i.iU- t'itthull'. .
W 1 HI,;INi ,TI-M, _
St 1. r '- J I. !!. i:, J.u2

i W e lave It.-er. f:iv.Jurel avwith lih-_. f,:ll.i. ,. x-
ti.,.-t -f ,1 l-ttIr. frin h i i i, ,-I r ,,f I .M .. y...
dt-ted St.. JuLhu, NurtuuiVll.Ind, ;i1 i-" .i -
e, gut u a'- d.iy's '.lh ,iu thi i'tl .1 ot th,: Giulf
,ta:iia in ''rIs ,.,:,iih ap tfrroiai B-iaiuul1 i t, H lit i.x,

a ta ii pas-a e ani, dl.iy eta. iy it H- ilft-x. Ltt
there one day b; for.: 0tr: time ti hunt f-.r R. M.
Stc-amer PctA,-..-. stuck i.u the irie. H'ad e.ni,-
rough ice work .mirselve- anl kunoked a go.idl bit ,f
our :,:pp,r off'. W e h., t':' skirt indl Il,-, lha
through 1-20 iil,:- of 1..- '., Cap-. Bri-t.,A, 1 -ef',ie
,a p;,:k,:.d p the .' .."... SL h.ti.1 l,l.ill p,.- '. is on 1.'ard : had be tu disiatle.d davy,.: s e i
gone, .ad jambed in the i.-c., hadi just bhaiI'l, out
,lear. VWe were going to t-..w hr t... H .it'.ix .ir
towaril. Queb-ec, when auoth--r ...t the All i Line
.-anie along, ,o w let then t :'.: th ,t joband iru-,
on here.
Ther are any amuniint ,.f i:e-l.,.r a-. a..:,ut. Wre
passed ,ovir a hun 'a.t4-, avei aging a i. ouplI. of hunwlred fteemtout ,f
water, by about li.ii0 yard.- inu diam-tel. S.ve.ral
"t.-iniei's have i nul' in with -itmhuaed bow. TI,-
2re,,,, about l,0i 1 toin r.i- ister, Ij.n..led with r.iil-
way iron and tin, arrivT.d yest..i.dayv with :t vE y
pretty smash, nearly as gool as that of the-
t.i'i i',ri.ut
'"The T, .i'u, ir, and .,,,, .ie. in the t,.,nnu.:r
lost a good dleal of .upper from tlhe i.-, the latt.-r
had t., lay to in a g:il coi-ing up. but *on thr whol'-
haI' a g-ood a.6',ar.'."

HA.MILTON, Juno 10th, lt8S2.
DONALD M'PREE LEE, Esq.
DEAR SIE,-I, with many others, was much
concerned when it became rumouied dturiung
the fire in Queen street on Sunday morning
last, that there was a quantity of kerosene
oil stored in the basement of the Me,:hani.-.' Hall,
not (-ne hundred feet from the burning building.
Everyone in the country is aware that there was a
very large quantity of that intflamable article of ex-
ceedingly low test, recently -old at auction in St.
George's from the Italian Bark 'Emenia Figlia' and
sinee spread broadca-t throughout the Islaund-i. Is
there no law to prevent laige quanutitie( of this
dangerous article being stored in the town. Menm-
bers of the Corporationare ,-pecially called up to
use their authority in this quarter. The oil used
by the Corporation for the town lamps, a? I have
been informed, iskepton White's I-laud and only a
barrel or so at a time brought to town for use.
Yours, &c.,
MORE HOSE.
PrmC-Es OF BERirutA P.,ITr.-E in the New Yulk
Market ,i the Stih ilust tt.
Potatoe-, per barrel- ........ --'.'u
Ouions. lper- 1.u) ...... .... '-23
Toiat,,ez., ptr r Lx.. .. .. u.-

i@ ) Do not f,.rgo:t th.- v.alial:.le lor of Dry Goodsq
adyvertiseld by A. H.- Thuml,-. in to be -.I.11 by au.-
ti-.u, to-mluurriw We,.dne-.'iy, the l4th in-tant.-
[Sc-.- audve-rtiemuvriet on third page.

A NEW BISHOPRICK.
(B,' Cableto the New,. York Herald.)
LONDoN, May 2f3.-Canon Earn-'.,t Wilbotfuri-e,
son of the late PBishop if Osft.-,d, hia- been npp,.iut-
ed first Bishop of Newcastle.
The Bishop of Durham celeu 1,)(11) from lhi- in-
coime. The bahal-mr-, to plou,-ice thle extra in,:uini. of
2,01.11i nmakiug inu .ll .',.,.i i- .tiireil from iuveted
funds ,)0,01.10 largely raised by private subs,.ripti.:iu
amounting to overt1- rI. iIil TL. Duke :,t Northuni.m
berland heads th- li.st with I'l.1iii, tlh, Bi: hop if
Durham gives- '..,( i Thra eil I.be little tear
for the temporal interests of the Church of Eng-
land," says the Herald, *' while the laity are ready
to come forwaild to supply her needs on this gener-
oun- s'.-ale."

1L3- A Supplenentt (At Five Col-
Uuins acinomipaniecs this is-ue of the -- Gazette "
It contains the proceediu,. lings of the II.,niible.
Logiilative Council on th.- 9th in-st. theu pro-
ceedings o'f the Houble. IHouse 'if Asseimbly on
the 9th and 12th instant; the proceedings of
the Steamship Meeting of Saturday last.; some
English news, and a ,'onaimtnitation signe.a
" Public Friend."

cM F'or want u.f time e at' .:,milelle-d t.:. limit
several artiule- iuteu.led for thi4 NMo. of the -'GAZETTE.
BIRTH, at 'ed,.,r C,:,ttagoe, Sonmer-et, on 5h
iu,tant MPR-. FR.NCI. R. LLLWELLYN, otf .t l-.AtOH-
ree.
MARRIED, ou the 4th M-i.y, 15"-2, at City H.ill,
N .-, Y..rk City, l'y ,I.,'., G-r t.,':-, .Ti..a :NE:EirL: .H-
EL, ,.'l1i.-i ilautlu.ter ,ft'i tlU l it,- N _'. Mi,..lll.nu,
E- i:I., ,t St. '. ,:-.r'-':'-., Ber uiiilIa, Mer'.-haut, to, Ro-
Li-r. a B. t i ot Y..rkhlire-, Etngl'-iul. M, -te-r ,if Br.
Ste.,in -r ""
DIED, at Salt Kettle, P.'rt-t Pui-'i. ii. on W-il-
ne-.i..av last, Mr:s. HENRY S[;rx,.N's, in thie ',tli year
of i.-ra.' le aviu.' three .I.aua'hter, .mn. nium;e...us
i.latives aud friends to lament their io.-.


GUCTEAU.-AII the efforts of Mr. Reed, Guiteau's
lawyer, to save him from the gallows, have failed;
he will doubtless meet his doom on the date original-
ly named, the 30th June.

Bir~l-P GILMo'R ON THE LADIES' BRANCH' OF
THE LAND LEA.OE --CLEVELAND, Onfo. June 2.-
Bi-h,:,p Gimouir hai written a letter to be read in
all the( Catholio ChurcheI of thi- diocese at Mniass on
Sunday morning, excommunicarting any Catholi.,i
1:iv who shl:ai li- het.after atteud any meeting of tl,?
LiJits;' Branch of the Land Lea;sue or .Iecoirne a
mmin-er thereof. The Bishop denuouni-ce- the branch
as 'al.:-ulated to make bl awling politi:-ians of wumneu
and ni ciberlhaip therein as incompatible with wo-
mnuly modeiy.v.
Dihop Gil..m.vr'f Tlaf.i DPCiL.--_'LE ELA.ND, 0.,
June 4.-Mis MI.ariy Rowlind. Pre-ilent ,f the
Ladies Branch of ti-,. Lanud Lague, lha written .1
bitter open letter to Bishop Gilmour, iu which .hlie
says the womau of the Pamtell Braunh oi' the Laiud
League will :outinuue in the work they have unduer-
takeu. She s.et the Bi,,hop's threat of excommu-
nication at defiaue'e.

THE LANCET ON THE TRISH OUTRAGi"S.
The Lancel publishes particulars of the wounds
re.:-ived by the vi-:tim of the murder in Pl,:enix
Park, and ays that from the po-itiou of the wonuds
it i.-c:l-ar the victims were ae il)-t hloth from be-
hind and in frout. In Lord Frelerii:-k Caveadisli's
ca e the fatal wound wa.i; undoubtedly that inflic.t-
e.1 fitonm Ieind, and death muu-t have ovben very
-peedy. Thle we-ipoins weie evildeiitly dgL..er
alout t,:u ini.h,.-. l.ul Iu eaI L h ,.ae11 tl? ,_.u,,, ,f
,,' alla wa hani..rih I 'e anld ,ini.1lt nil the ,"lfnc--h
w- may chei.!ih the i.->,'ulaatiou that death wam s-)
spl.uely a t. ri e r l, -b'-1 of its pains and telroir.
--0--*--


HORIE 1?ACINu.-LONDON. JuUe 6.-Tri,'
Sta!i1s.-Mr. Leopold de Rothsacield's Valentine 1st.
Mr. Li..rrillard',s TiitakeI 2d, aud Mr. Greeory's
Loghioru 3rd.
T/,,,' ld I -,..- Mr. ('. .1. Lef.ervre' tfristan lt,.
L.,rd Brfdi, rd's ('hipiuendale '?ud. a.id Mr. C. .1.
LeIrrI'-'s C'red.. 3rd.
T1e Pr., e ,,- i.III ,. ._- I S t..- Li..rdl BeJl.rdl's
Quicklime lnt, Lord R,.webery's Gareth "iud, Mr. J.
H. Houlhisworth's Spriigkill 3rd.
A.of Bie 'ia'a.- Mr J. A. C'raven'ns The Duke
1st, Mr. J. H. Hou!dsworth's Springfield 2nd, Mr.
R. Jardines Spi infield 3rd.
Th< A.,acl ./ii,,..-Lord Bradlord's Retreat ist
the Duke of Baitulort', Faugh-a-Ballagh 2ud, Mr.
W. S. ('rawturd's Edelweiss 3rd.
Ascot RIRc. .--.lune 7-Royal Hunt. (Cup-The
Duke ot Wedtminster's Shotover lt, Lord Brad-
lord's Battlefield 2nd, Mr. J. H. Houldsworth's
Springkill 3rd.
The Ryjal H[uin C-tip-Mi. Gerard's Swe-rlreadi
1st, Sir J. D. Atley's Edensor 2nd, Mr. Gilbert's
SeeSaw 3rd.

L.Ar.oiur Ti..:.t'eLL;.- -They aie I..e-inuin t,-' have
Labuur Tr:,uiil. l. iu the United State--thiey will
Soou 'i,:- 1.'ron,'llt t-:, understaunl what t icv ilt-an,
ani uot -. jt .a t Eui l.i,'l' troul..-h, in tlhiii w: .
Th,- r'jlliu.g tnlls at Sprin.tiel.l, Ill., are closed
. ;iri,.l lliiui' iiecu ,tr,.: ,:,at .,t ehnphyiiiu t, if -ni.un lia, ing.
ligh.-r wage-'.
110(I.i iniiei pari..d:l with a 1,u.. :ud t m inu l.: rliv-
ing' lna.iiainiu ly l<,.-i.l:l toa t ti w ,rk.
5lim)i Tein il11 t.h- irjn r lill-ot this .-ity iC'in' io a-
ti, -i,:, linrif iinu ,.liia:i-irged 1'y thle Pernuu-. v.nUi
and Pauhaushe roai-..


Notice.

A PUBLIC MEETING wi\\ be
held it the MIcI tANIC.-' IHALL, Ilan -
ilion, oi M t)Nlt '.Y, 26th .J1 ,l e ii t.. ,It 4
o'clock, p.m., to receive the I.eport -.f tle (mlu-
miltee ppoin ed at the last day of a.1eiing. and
the Uis[ 'i' Suilbseib_ 3s to ihe proposed lier-
mlnd.S .'-'teinislhip C'oipany.
Hy iidtr o Ihe Ct..hairman.
J. D. MIDDLETON GODET,
SC'e retr.i ,
lH a n i l t o n 1 2 i l l J u ti l, I 8 .', ,


Picked Up,
On s-unday morning, the 4th iustant,
A SIX-OARED Clinker Built


Painte'l White, with one pair of Oais, one pair
Rowlocks, Mast, Sail, Rudder and Yoke.
The Owner e-a.n, on aipplieation at Royal Ga-
zete"'' Office, hear of its whereat)outii, the
fin>I'r rewairded aniild this adveitisemient paid
for.
Haiilton, lJune S. I S.2.-tt

3Pt-rk Villa" (near Vie -
tria P-irk)
V. Aw
,f-!$ -. "i's+. ^"*^ tsfli


1 Th. is desirable Residence is
4ii e New. c"pa i--s 'i' w .io i, ai
LKi lmie a .1 ir,e 'Ink amia d iard,'nii.
.1ppi! t,,
W. J. HENEY,

Office Queen I',rt'el, I amilton
12th J.une, 1 i..

For Rent,


NOTICE.

SThe Ber-muda Steaiship Co."








the proposed Comlpany. ii.L fort. this1 putIo-e
1 HE will aItt.ni at l' TEE aIti oit d l t-
in the Islands lereinafter mentioned. A-< tlio
Cominittee lihav- t' unlike their Rveport to-day
fortnighlt, iutendtig Sub-..ribers are liep..--t-
'ully requested to) enter their nuraes at their
earliest eonvenienc-.
T,tcYiq./. 1:3th- 'arcke-t HOI-lij-e, D.'ock Yai.1,
4 to 9 p. im.
l',dwJa'.i.duy, 14th--fasouie H all, 1manrove
Bay. 4 to 9 p. mi.
T2, r'l.. -,,iJ, 13th-Southam:.ton Hall, 4 to
9 p. i.
Fri,!,/. 16th-Planters Club Room, War-
wick. 4 to 9 p. ti.
Saftiita l, 17th--Mr. Adollhus Smith's.
Smiths Parishl. 4 to 9 p. .
io,,l".,, 1thtb-Mr. Hefie, Crawl. It) a. in.
t:, 2 p. ia. L\oaut (ii 's:i.e day). I toi 9 p. i.
7',,, .1,,. *;_1ith--St. Ge,,r -, L- ,Tow\\n IIil], 9
a. in. to .' p. ian.
iiai,//,,a -t Tn e .pOefly O' tli:e of the Coi-
pany. No. 23. Front Str,.'-t, from Wpdn-,sdav,
21l.-t in -t., t, Saiturd y. '-Itli iusttiit. iun:-lu-'ive.
I .,t'in 101 a. in l. t I p. l .
It is intended t t ,.-all a lue-.tinm of Sil.s:rili-
-rs at of :i -:ily d:-iy after the ~2'ith inst., for the
lipurpoeo ot ei-.tiin;" Dira-',..-to:.:. Bro'-l:,el- and
oth,?r itflt.-a, s ot thi,- (C'omrp_ uy. ,i.i1 t,: i.,._id-
w hin a ld. t,.. w ',l,, l,,, u.-in ,-,t f th., :hnr_--
-li.,ill be i_:laa
1 11 ,d t. ... .t ,,, Ct .,- ,,,.

F. M. COOPER,
('L:tii rnian
Hitnilhun. June 12, 1,82.


C'oloniit pl:l se coly.


Special Notice.

Tile SubsI-riber 1'egs. to state that
havin,2 lIntIly ,i.l1trge,: his Sto k oft' App-,i-
i itus forl

ELECT; 0 PLATING
He is n:ew l'.e tired to exec.-ute e.I '-, in
;/' 'r / P, oli ln on ui ticilrs of Colppfer. ,rass,
, Giermani oilaer ,r Nickel. of any .size, up to 20
in,..he square
Forks, .*poo:ns, ('aator- '~ i-. d other Plated-
ware- relplate:dl.
Ji:welryi &,:., (',il.redc or Gilt.
C(habi's: ilmderate. Ter- is Cash.
H. A. GRANTH&M,
Electro-plating Rooms -16 and 17 Front St.,
Hamilton. Ber-ni.la.
.June 10th, 1".-2.-13p

(keapesd P,'ruti i Tow/n.

WHY ?

Because we -get iliera front the
Manuficlurers an I can sell theia at lvwer
prices ithan alny oI house in Bernmuin.
Gents NE'CK WEAR of the latest
designs,
Ladies HO(.IEIt Y, &c.
Gents Night 88 II I'S, WVlhite V I'S P; anid
Summer CO VT.'.
J. M. MNEILL & CO.
Front Street, Hamilton, (
June 1'th, 18s .


NOTICE.


PARTIES having any JUST CLAIMS a.
S against the Unudersigned, are hereby
requested to render the same for set tleuiInt by
It& 22u'd Iun--iat; as no bills renider-d after
that late will be acknowle lged; and parties
INDEBTED to the Subscriber are requested
to make payment. in full by above dat':, or the
no.:ount. will be plae-d in L'itl iaa-s.'i a. '/-
i- ti,-'. .'i, 2.3r'l i', t., without re:p-,.-t to
lp'r-ins., ;is no oth'r step is possible with me at
thi,-.present time.
ALONZO PENISTON.


Flt Jiunt lI3th. I s.,2.-...


For S'ale, at


't Os.t.


-I.ETS Silveir 1Aiouit-elhtuiSi'-'le

3 L-40
IIA Spln did~ Nw


In the Towi of Hamilton. a comn- Dappled Bay
t'o tabl nd contruiodi am" 4


A' ers tQui.t tt liidJe ,i drivi, i, d a.pe' ially .lapt.
--a. Room? t a m ed o I' amly Carrine woirk.


Near dic Piehteniani m-m
tI a~i J im a ,- m ae'il e lici


11 IN BA R RI T 1.
Hamiltoin. Jhulie 1-2Lba, 18852.

-Foi ae
A Hitaimulst)lne BayI


6 etars Ad. ucait-t ivL iiL Hijla lc' :I'



Phi-ase' applYk at RoB.yal G.az&ette" Otie:.
Hamailtonm, Junie 13, 18.5 -I


SA\IL D. ROBINSON,
u-niillihofi I'ak.d eiy.
I ih J.hiit, I .32.- twice

Sugar. Sugaoar.


The Tndlersigiled renI1ind, the Pub-
lic that they have received ex ,'nchr. -' Lilias" a
little .'arg' of ios111 excellentt
B.dRLB.DOS .IIUSCOVddl,0

.Ga A


Worth a irial and i)moeor.ait in price.
TROTT &, COX.
lianillo i, Ber-nida, 6tu June, 1882.-2 3p


I







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


Notice.


I l e i A IN HAMILTON PARISH.
I W ill Sell, at Public Auc- F
11011 For Sale by Order of the Mort-
tion, !
At tlie S't re lately o.,-iupc. b lv Mes. Ell gagee.
'"I.I Y,,i.., West Fro;,t Street. p\ PARCEL OF LAND estimated to con-
T ," iuan iibout acres, wounded on the
T 0.IR" "" W W ,.- h; ..6-7' '.-... ,.,/, !.,yv Lau,. now or late ill the possession
Junl' 14, at 12 o'clock, sharp. ,'t '1hLon;-s Wool M r,.er, on the S,.ilth by
TA V L!L,. \,i'"w ,or late in the possession of Mrs.
A Lot of D 1 RY GOODLS, Aleinao To. on the1 -,f' by a Public cross
A.. '* D"'*~ t ~ V rilwning; from i ltrringtoli Soutln t.
CCi-on].ig~ c.f : T ,..er's 'Tov. n, anl, i.n the i'sl by Land now
SADIES and Gents UIMBR.EL- or l:te o the dev'isees of Benjamuin Dic.kinson
S LAS Harvey. or however otherwise the same may
Llis "BONNLT be bounded or ,on'-bt to be described ; toge-
Diess GOODS ani1 Summenir TWEEDS there with th"
And nl mary other things tlat will aipp(ar on C 1OT A 'E
day of Sk.le. O g A
The iabL..ve Goods will L,. .,..1.1 witb'u re-
sei to cloe out a Cund tiiei. If n.t c. l Or remains of at Cottage therein, and the ap-
sold1 by the above date. th' Sale will conlin ue l:urten'mIc~, l-te in the p. osse"ion of Hniry
on th.- following Wednesday. 0eth Hall a11 1 Oswal W 'allter Hall.
A T I "r T(Indlrs f..r the alive Property will 1>e re-
A.. P, 1q.1.tiM I P _. N ei.ivedIi ly the Un,:lersigne:l until noon ,of
A J Actioneer. i
Hanti,,on,, un,,,,, ,.Is,2.-2 W e:nesd]v,1 4tli June,
". ... I Instant.
"' L ,1- i ii t h } tl. l t e ,.l .r if ,. .,i,1 i:, 1i t.,
il .-will-
U ,/w ii w l ,not b. h ,, l t,. :, ,.,. .t th,: lh i-,h, -t
o l. lt ,| f.111l t lli.r: 1 l e.
(Onj Tt.mS 4. .,xt,. L.J? !n xLO I (; )'
i ,. 1.t, ,~i., at I' c, .-ck, ------.. ..._
S ^ !*. i': I ..-_,..L i.". .o e t


ht* I LI It'I *' ~ [~



rs!i.Ii'V \INE

I 12:WIN! Ml WCHII N E 11 Lu'I' i


It vonipiiik i-.s ia


A
I-il ,~,,


I,:


Diveilinu3lue
VJUTH-OUSE'-' iti't, *aO)RLIHOtUSE,
WH.\R P an tL Sl-H Pu N D,


-1111Vi .iOAti~-lI about 3'1 aer-,~ gov.-l LAN 1). Suitable repair'
w ~i I-~ptctthC.1 BUildinU.ft A .aU lpm'ot'el Teinant
AND, '-EA WEED is :-fttu t e-theri'l iu cun~idea'able
-1'-f11MiMl C' r. 'eek's 1L11i-l -f OIkNjiE _plt..911 hs


Fort i --t ing t he a brw'e f .r a ret iod of 1. 2 .i'A' OftM1i-4
VeY u l,1-l NNIt'be'.?udved mit 1 fi- atI ,-2 ~ l' i
H ON WEI)NE lA Y,
.e'Llj J11,e.
' t il tIx t l *I. .i '1 .f l U-t n I ;I ,t_' d-d' 0--- 11i d t ~ I ) i t e


B. W. WALKER &('U.,


. .INGHAM.


Auctioneers. 30th May, l1812.
l1:1111,.n, ,l__ue i,2. I-3,. ._____ _________
P_ SIIjRV 0 1C, I.I i ust ec.,ive(l,
P R 1, 131 IY.1 _? Y NA 0-TIM. From London, via \uv' York,

F llutu!'e Soi-I- 5-QETT'r Superior '-ilver-miountedl Carniage HAR.
At PJl -. 1 Drl 111 t kNaES
At 1'll ,ir Alct.iolo, ion ilthe 5th Silver D. ubl
July, i lltiI: heI:-i. .I.ce o. MR- L.>PNZ.. I'I.N. Peliham and Weymonth BRIDLES & DITS
itro.:, I lattim, ~ i., i- :4l.' to le.ive tl.e-i,. Is- Hoad COLLARS and CHAINS.
lands, Carriage' and HAMES
TilE \' 1HOLI. P.F HIS Curry COMBS ('oi'r RUSHES
1 1 Stirrup IRONS anil LEATHERS
tlpe'ror onI:l weill kept Double Hing Suatfl.. BITS
Pelham aud Wrvm,.,utL hJT
F' IU 1 U 'i' U Estia Biowu Leatlhr Ca.rt HARNESSES
COLLARS, HAMES, kc.
Kit-chL. ATEN IlA IN ,Cheap for Cash.
O-WS .-,,1 C R(Til OUTER BRIDGE BRO)S.
ReidSStitet Hauailtr'n


%a,- T -. Ia cltI -utluu -,of I~- Ii L %_...kS ''(li


B. W. WALKER (A CO.,

Ilaiiltoi, June 12, IS.?2.

Custom Entries.

Ag.Teeimlents tor L.aiinltlurd and
Tilant,
IN ST'1OCK
At "Royal Gazette" Stati:,nitry S.ore.


Liverpool, Quevikn-Jo-su`, ILottowns,
and Nevv liork.
SPAIN. L-HELVETIA, HOLLAND.
EG'PT, TIfE QUEEN, DENMA RK,
ENGLAND, I1l ALY, ('A NA DA,.
ER IN, FRANCE, (IREECE.
Th- STEAMSHIPS of this ii,, ii.,-o:ilise
TWELVE of the I:-, ir,.-t 5.tea'.iti, l b,-lolginug
t:, ,.,h <-Co:,r p lly) ill the? Atlh-iti,;- ?eivi 1,: lav-
in.' the port of Nv' Yt:rk. Th:.-y ari 1 uillt ex-
tirily .it i i:'n andi ste-I exesi it tin: T-ii-,lv di1 -
>.*> rriti\'e ],titS, ir'," > d:i\di. ll,,l i nLto w t.-ti,:lbt
andl fr<'e proof coimpartim,-lits, and l pro'vit..:,
with :\elvything cal:.ilat-ed to ,dli to their
saft'ety, an1'l to the comfortt atiil <:na 'eii-en.-i: 'if
.ias'elng.-r'-.. T .he saloon. s IInd st:iterl'om)lls ('l
on thli- main deck) .rne utiusually liiie, li,-4:ht
and aiiy. The taibl ne and --e-nral a.ipp.iit-
tu,.nt s i-Omil.are favourably wit h the-br-st hi,:,t--
in El.gland.
On)ii-- of thes.-' steamer will sail fironm New
York every Saturday., fr Qu'iei-nstow ii mInl
I.-.--ipo, .l, ,,nd wer-kly for L.on.don dirtt, 'roii
New Pif-i 3,39 North RjKi\-r Rtt.-s ,of ..a'iige
in -cutrrency. :-To,- Qi-e,siown ;iintd Livvi-rpool
.0j to '.70. To Loiilon adii ec-t iVii.toria Do.h-ksI
,'.i to ?.1)0 ; ?si ur.-:iori tivk,:.ts *Iilll, t.u.lrrf eii:v ;
Sl, -rt.'.' paSsa ,.- ^.:'i, ,.urntoncy. For tfurtlih i
:.,,iit.i>;ilns a, ply to thl C'CoL: ,.ip ny 's Otfit.:'-s,
No:. (;!,, 71 ;i..l 73 Bro,-i.lw:ty. N -w York.
F. W, J. HURST,
Ma nager.
New ',rk, Ja'minury 2'7, 18.:2.


May 29, 1tNS2-. 3',-
f'I'~pr fn-dll th


u i i to010,, 11We
Portland BOX CARGO,
Det.iined at Fernanilina. Floaida, until too l.ue
for the Seasoni of 8IS-2.
TIE llrirlrsiguned being afraid to keep, in
Sho.-ks, the ab, ve mintined Carg., until
1.543, make the lIllowing advantna'enus offer It
Fariner.P who desire to intake Boxes during the
S t Iiel0 months.
BOX M \TEIIAL, fb.r Onion Boxves, ill
Lit- t 1 10,ll to al Iprived Ciitin.ersi at 5d.
each, pany:ii' :3l0 ,April, 1 i -.l .
Lots for inritediate c:ish in iilel. lih ili.'rls
5.1. -ai. I'l liver e.; l,,r ili lai ,. r hlit-a w ill
iiI h iil e tind ntill II, l',:-h his h.i-iil pail.
ThI s iflVr will he wivihdr.n lwn a 'iil June
and thii n .t ri I will lie ,-pepi, nired, and heli
lpric,- ,adv iIIh 'd, ni it ,'.ti .:oit !ec i. p..riedl or the
,rae iii 'tl id le tin he ve >cir'u .-t.n- iL .
TROTT 4 COX.
I :,in ill .ii, Ill r.. II J ,, .uitne ii, I -S ; .-- tl 3., :{1, I


Stove C oal.


The Hamilton Coal dssocialion
Offer for Sale (Cheap i
Car'o of 310 Tuols Stuve Coal, 'ex
Scbr. Winnie Lawry," due hLre in all
thii week.
J. T. DARRELL & (CO.,
Managers.
Ilan.ilton, i ermn l Ih, 3
May *29, 182. 31.

FOR DEMERAR.A,


Thle Schooner


I.\pecied to alive hli ue..k; ill lh.I wilh
d,.-pitch ior l)e1 i-r:vrarn to c-;tll :ait Iamli alos on
lier wa':y back.
I'ernim s that live engaged Fr.'iLht ir parties
that '.A.h to ship l.y tlli ik es l \i l Iplea-e place
Il.,.-ir o.ds. under the E.iterie'i id of the Big
?hliid, ht-n rrceiliis n% ill be .. 'iv n if required.
B. W. IViLKEII CO.
H.uiiilln, June 12, 1 362.-'- 3p


Ice Creams! Ice Cr'eams!!
For the .3illion.

AN EN TERTAINMENT
Will ., ell .1 at LOLLY'S WELL. Hir-
!I'1 o't O il sll11,


liidl Insltani,
lin aid ,.i the Sai.iiih'- P'.rish Sct'h.,ul.
l'l, : i'lll.':\M:; FlII I'S and RI:FRKESII-
\liN''S ol ill kiink
"ailk.!.. .l' l' l'; a l 1 4,! F 'AN '\ AR'lI9 Ii. :,
l,-rl'i;ii." G ROTTo ,
N' i i _'.< \ ]i.,
A lJ-'lfl P AITV''\.
lid mii in j:lt-r A.ttr.l'ic ioiins.
\ IN[NI I iF AI .SIti' sill be in :ttltendallce.
E t.;iiraine Pt' e at the l2nte 61., (hil.ir' n half'
|i'ij.c.
(Gate will .e opein at l P. %1.
(o.c'.l eiitconiiv'mlfdatioi lur II r'.;es and (Car-
riages.
Smiill-h Jitnle 13, I.S .-' 31|.

Tlie Qu1estion of the day !

T F. XT to the all abqorliing politic Il qupetions
S lf ith d ly comes, in thes-e modern limes
the query'-\\Where pan we find a ,qvodl 'Tuail'r
The Tailor-this niodern Prometheus who n akes
iiai ivwhat lie is. It hus I len aid 1 Clothes d,,
i~it innake i niiau," but ir.au is unmade without
illiin ; they intlrodiuct him into Sociely and keep)
himji there.
'I lie Undersigtiri.d would respeerl'ull) eail' the
;itit-niti.n of' ileir' nuimieantiis patruins ai.d Public
ii ge:elac tl Lt thlu hct, 11,a' tleie

New Stock
0 RIS S U l 1.11 E R
Is Now lealy.
1'hey guariantee their I'alr.)ns the highest
.alidlard o01 purfe(tion an (ioo0i .ltyle, ar.d
\Vor kniansliip. 'They can do this because the
Em-labliihmin iit is carri,-l ii '.a 'y ihree Prmctieial
'I'iliirs of' explt irlii:-, who -hall alway, be
happy to ad,ninriser to the lalies of their Cus-
tonieti in a police iniinner, and execute all orders
with dispatch.
J. M. McNEILL & CO.,
64 and 65 Front Street.
II. niillti,. June 12, 18S2.--if.

rs. Green s

PRIVATE HOTEL.

SUi.S. 'F lEN having tnimde -xtemnive alter-
,1 ii-omn in other Ilotel iAcc,,-1i1o4liiom) i es.
il'ilylv *o icits the I'atroaage of LA.DIE-. andl
GlI LMt:IL. requiring BILE \K P.\STs, LI:N.
CH-.ON.ON i nd DINNER';.
Ielresihnmei ;s-upplied :it any hour.
Reid Street, Hlamiltou, ?
June 1, 1882. (

Notice.


1.1. I.arties INIt ll IEPBI D to mis tire re.specl-
-. I I'nl.v te-tn,.' .t ed io iit ke pa iIpnt it, ior
t/,, :!"w.t i ,, -l t,, .-Nl A -7I )U'O T'S retii.iin.
iar liii,) hJ after lli ihie, aidn nut s ,ti.9 htictorily
in i .-ii;:t l r'r, %will ir placed in Legal lihails fo"'
i ullcti(io i.
()UTElR BRIDi E BROS.
Reid street, June 12, i68',

Sh'ppyJ -f/ t'o' Account of
Growers and Owners,6. I
ITV ie-.p..-c'lli' oller to ship il -:.RMUDA
I' II I DHL[I'; flr Sale at Newv York by
.itlier It,' lie undiernieniion m d se.pcl able Comn-
iiii--ion Hlounes who may Ibe prefl'rri-d by Own-
eis, s"liipper-", and Glrnwers.
No'i reponsib'e ihowevi.r tfr the inet proceeds
Inil p.iit to oIIur order in New Yoi k which
orli-r will le given tam l New otik,Consignees
or .'l;.', lor e;i h shipment.
WVhei nliecesiary to order '41pecie in return for
mivny .hiiu.,.enti it will be in-ured at the expense |
of i lie i in i-,rs' interested, and ownit-rs will clear-
ly unil-isi;tmadl Il.t all dangers of tramispurt both
w:ivs .,re borne by ihem.
,'l'li Ia.'o iniiiision Houses for whom we solicit
l',u imte-s 3are
'Messrs. JOHn.,\ IX CO.,
No. 166 \\etr Street. New York,
and ouriSlippiiig distinguishing number tor them is I
,'\lid,
.llessrs. TITUS lIROTHERS,
No. 154, West Street, Newiv 'rk,
and our Shipping diNtinguiishbig number fur them
is 999.
Steancil 1- .te i itlh above niabers frie.-
TROTT & COX. I
iamnilt'i.', Rermund.i, it. 3rd p
I Ith April, 1U82, I 3rdp.


A FESTIVAL
Wi!l be bold bv the LADIES OF
THE MIETiIlOI L'T CONGREGATION,
in the Baenienil or their Church, on the
Even. of Tuesday Next,
20t.h Inst.
Strawberries from A'ew York will
lie provided, fresh ai-d saveet.
A LSO,
-1
It'l: CRIE \\S, R EIP'lE tS1iMENTS, &e.. &c.
SIN(;ING at Intervals by the 'hoir.
D ORS Opeii at 7 p. rn. Admission Six-
pence ; Children half price.
Hamilton, June 13, 1]S-.-2


Ilamilon, Hermuda, 13th June, 1882,


Agents.


Colonist once.


A CiARDEN ARTY will lbe giv-
e 1 i a( il. ali.,ve place hby the 'TEAH-
Li.u oftilie I S'. .ItIIN'S IPEMIBtOKI.E 4UN-
DAY SCHOOl. onr
Tuesday the 27th Inst.,
Ctuillniellellig at, 4"30i. p.m.
There will be on the UGrounds F \NIY
TI'\;LF, CIIINl-' E P\4 i) \, (IlI'
I' \ 11'. r lB 'CA .,i the W E.LI.,
l.iatts iir i \-ir, i l, ,1 I r,,l i ini 1 1 tile
t L]ake,
Ilhliiiiniaions by C ll' EE LA NT IIN',
It L.FREKSIlIM1ENTS, consisting of Tea, Cuf-
fee, '.-oda Water, Ice e'ream, Fruit Cake,
S.indm inches, &c., will be provided.
Admission to the Grounds 6d., Children
Half Price.
A Steamer will leave Hamilton,
Iiuclhing at the Salt Kettle Ferry Landing, at
intervals during the afternoo'l and evening.
Iteturn Ticki is by Steamer, including admis-
sion to gioundls, I : to be obtained at Ma.
HEYLS and Mn. (C. II. ,HoBaio.N's, Front
Street, Iiamilton.
Proceeds in aid of' the Sunday Schiaol Build.
ing Fund.
Fmuther particulars in it. t Gizette."
I-lamilltu, June 13, 1882.-1


Valuable Real Estate in
Sandvy'.s Parish for Sale.

BY AUCTION,
ON THE PREMISES,

ON WEDNESDAY,
The 21st June, instant, at 12 o'clock, M.,
Will be Oitered for Sale,
A LL that TRACT OF LAND in Sandys Pa-
lish estimated to contain about 30 acres,
of which a large proportion is excellent Ara-
ble Land ; bounded on the North and East by
the Great Sound, ou the South by Land late
of Adrianna Albuoy King, now or late of-
Miller, Land late of Daniel Robert Tucker,
and a Cross Road running to George's Bay,
and on the VWest by Land now or late of the
heirs or devisees of Alexander James Light-
bourn and Richard Fowle Burrows, and Land
now or late of Stephen Norton, or however
otherwise the said land may be bounded or
ought to be described, with the

kD welling Rouse
And Outhouse thereon.
There are quarries of hard and soft stone,
two Limekilns, and a Nursery of young Cedars
on the Lond, and the Property is easy of ac-
cess either by land or water.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, 10th June, 18S2.-2 3p

Notice
TO GROWERS AND OWNERSS
OF BERilUDDA PRODUCE.

llIE Undersigned will give their Personal
atleition to the forwarding ol BERMUlDA
PI{
Messrs. John 1Nix & Co.,
of New York,
Throughout the Crop eison,
AllCharges lbr Cost of Reinittiee for neat
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
the goods.
The highest Market rates will be obtained
and .Aceoutnt Sales returned promptly.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, l182.-2ns 3p

Hats, Hats, Hats.

One hundred different Styles,
Better and Cheaper than any in Ierinuda.
J. M. McNEILL & CO.,
Front Stre, t
Iamilton, June 12, 18e2.

For Sale,
A BROWN


Sold for no fault, only too small for the
Owners use. Will exchange for a larger
Horse.
Terms made known on application to
JOHN BARRITT.
Hiamilton, June 12, 1882.


New York .Mail Steamer.

THE STEAM.IERR


CAPTAIN S5MITll,
Will leave Hamilton Jor .Neio
York,
At 7-30 a m.,
f ON TH URSDY,
15th June, 1882.
Freight will be received until I p.m., Wed-
nesday, ilith June, and Bills of Lading will be
signed until 8 p.m., same evening.
Parcels and Specie on height will be receiv-
ed until 6 p.m., 14thJune.
TROTT4 COX,


HEALTH OFFICER'S
BOAT SERVICE.


TJENDERS will be received by
the RECEIVER GENERALL, at his Office,
until
Thursday,
the 8'.ath day of July Next,
at Noon, from persons desirous of Contract-
ing to

SUPPLY BOATS
for the use of the Health Officer at St. Oeor-
ges for three years, to commence on the First
of August next.
Forms of Tender may be seen on application
at the Receiver General's Office, Hamilton.'
JAMES TICKER,
Resediwr Giierel.
Receiver General's Office,
Hamilton, 15th May. 1882. I
May 16 and 30, June 13 and 27-3rd page.

PIANOS and Organs sold on the Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.

Merchants' HBink,
Of Halifax, N.S.
IN accordance wilh the announieeuneat in these
. columns on .2udmi April laIs, an Agency ej
the abo' e Bank has now been opened in my O1.
fice where a General Banking Business will lihe
conducted.
Dl)r:ii sIthl on London, New York, Boston
Montreal, Nova -'coti:a, New Brunswick and
Prince 1'.d w.rd Islaud.
Hills of i'xeclange purchased.
Interest allowed on l)ep 'sits.
Amnerican and Foreign Gold Exclipaged,
Bills Discounted, &c., &c.
Agents in London, Imperial Bank,
"6 New York, B..ilk of New York,
Canada. Merchlants lank uo'Ca-

Ofice tlours 10 a.m. to 3 P.m,,
.N. 9. BUTTERFIELD,
Agens.
4lanilton,Hlertnuda, Mlay 2".id," lS-!.-4-f3pt;"

UNCLAIMED LEITERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE HAMILTON, 10th June, 18!1*.
Joao S de Amaral. M Andqrson. Eugenio Biasioeto,
Ruth Brown, A B Burrows, Ehsabeth Beeman, F
A Buckley, Benjamin Caisey, E DabIguiet, Robert.
DeFawse. Joseph Deshield, Wmn H Enmis, Antonio
D Fereira, Joao J Fereirs, J B Grant, Manoel 8
Gonsalves, Sir James Gosling, Henry Hill B W
Hill, Jos Harvey, Bark lIndutrie,"' Gm A Joum,
S 0 Johnson, E A Lightbourn. R H McCurdy, John
Manoel. Sophie McKinnon, J King Merritt, Anto.
lio Marshall. A Malliard, Sirab Perry, Anders Pe-
dersen, Robert Poppio. Chis Richardson, E L Rich.
mond, Amaeda Robinson, A Stowe, Rachel Smith,
Henry F SmithTheos Simmons, James B SilaBoise,
Thomas Smith, Julian Smith, George Simnolals, R B'
Simmons, Isweo J Smith, Wm hiimiu0ns, fleary
Tucker, Rosina Troit, Jesse Williams, Oeorgie'
Winter, Joseph Wellman, Thomas Wilson.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE'S, 12th June, 1882.
Andrew Burchell. Barque "'Gay Head," John R
Jackson, Mrs J J Oaei bridge. (' Mount Pleaanl,"
Flates), A I Roms, W Smith, Barque "Sarah," Nean
Tucker.


AUJBREY G. UTHIL


(


3 3p


COLONIAL SECRETAY'Ss OFFICE,
2. TH JUlNE.l82.
Tr following ACT has b.en pass,9 by.the
Legislature of Berniuda during the a>'e-
sent Session:-
1882. ''
No. .--An Act to amend and continue'' T
Official Surve.vor's Act, 1878."
(In force to 31stge-ember. I188..)
By Hist inor's Comiuind,
-JAMES TUCKER,
3 Acting olonialSecretary.

change in the PbstaIlDe-
liveries.

colonial' Post 'Oice,
HAMILTON, 10th June, 1882.
IN PURSUANCE OF REGULATIONS
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR AN 0OUN-
CIL to improve the Postal Deliveriea itt these
Islands the public are hereby informed that
the following Changes will take plage on the
Ist of July next:- .: '
The Receiving Office on the Old Ferry Mad
will be abolihed and that District iniclded
in the St. George's Delivery-such District to
comprise St. George's Island and Lougbird
Island-the Delivery to be performed by 'th*.
Letter-carrier employed at thU St. George's
Poit Otfler. That. a Pillar Letter Box will be
erected near the present Receiving Office on
the Old Ferry Road which will be cleared of
its contents by the Letter-earrier every morn-
ing before nine, and again in theafternzion
before the despatch of the Mail from St.
George's.
Mr. Wilkinson', Re.-eiving House in Iamil-
ton Paliilh will be ljbolishi-d aijd that District
added to the District of Bailyi' Ba:y.
Ihe limits of the Crawl Delivery will be ex-
tended up to, but not inclusive of, the resi-
dence of C. M. Allen, Esq.. United states Con-
sul near the Flatts.
The Receiving House kept by Mr. Webb in
Smith's Parish will be abolished, and that
portion of the District in Smith's Parish hi-
therto served from that Office merged into the
Flatts Delivery.
A new Receiving Office will be opened on
the South Road of Devonshire, to be kept' by
Mlrs. Webb, and letters, &c., will be fprwardsd
by the morning and afternoon mails both from
St. George's and Hamilton, for delivery
throughout that Parish.
The Eastern line of Delivery in Mr. F. M.
Cooper's Ilistrict, S.outhampton. East-will be
extended to the Parochial line of division be-
tween Warwick and Southampton.


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BERMUDA ROYAL


GAZETTE.


Sanaw~,iam~.n mass r.~a trw ,. m ____


DR. CLARK
JOH NSO.N'S












ili B 1' S ra


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Diseases, re4er ,
-4 gu e, Rhema-
i eau t. Disease,
Bilioutsness, Nervots DebilitU, etc.
The Best REMEDY KNOWN to Man
0,000,000 Bottles
a OJ.D WNCE 1870.
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stilnlates the Ptyallne In the Saliva,
which converts the Starlch und Siigar of the
ibed unto glucose. .1 deicelency In Plt-allne
causes Wind and SougrE>iig o" the Iood in the
Stoinlch. II" the nmedhtlue 1% tuken lammedl.
lately ulter eating the ,rtuntaattloe offfood
I. prevented.
It naet. upon the Liver.
It netuii upon the Kildne.-.
It Rem-jlattem the Bowela.
k' a, lvrife the Blood.
It tulet aihe Ierv ou Srtem.-.
It Promotes Dligesiton.
-It ,ourl.hes.nl, trenl lihen and Invigorate..
"I carries oltlhe Old iBood ind malkes ne.
it openB the pores or the silsn rind lidueso
Sflelthy Perspiratiou.
IT neutrali, s the h>rtditary tan'...'r ''ion i a i h.
mlinnm or skin d,.a r ard Internal Iuu .' J ..
Thernairo no, spirit. (m ip,:.ied ,n nn inu faic'n t-R .an,.l .
4t iaj be takln ,' thw b ,out d l0,-i"r. tit. ,lor L.y wl
aial andl ,o la, cae s i, ( ., ; '14 r '; ,
rAT \ItRH CURPD.
DEAR Sli,-l have used yo4i INDTIN 'BLOOD
SYRIIP-with grpat ua.it-fdcecn and relief. [ have.
be#n afflicted wilh catarih'for a long time, could
get nb relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD
SYRUP. wnas about to give it up be(auno imme-
diately after taking it made .nit dizzy an] feel baIa Iv,
but on ronh.ultin2 a .ihsiclan wa informed th it -it
was caused- by the medicine rt-soring -my irnp'-rlfect
eirculfntion,and acting on-the diseased master if. ncy
stomach, caused by te.-dro.ppings -of ith eetarrh
roaller. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
eedlink-soorp:asgeil away, my nervqus.sysleAl was
tranquilized, ,apd the. catarrhal poison removed liy
the medicine. *I have been entirely cured by your
InvaluaLle r iledy. .
Respebtl*Iiy yours,
"; '. ; s; ,1 H. SMALL)VOOD). :|
No. 319 \Velt 10th et., New York City. i
RifIUtMATISM AND KIDN-EY ('OMPL-VINT,
SIl,--TI gi-vq my lesliiriony \ith -ple sure io thl
blneficialresults ofyour BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidneys were out qford'r, and the r.tLi ae. lieu-
matini io lniy -Iv ,kn've, *i',iirr-olt pn 'il t.' i -
size of itatiYal and very paiiul, a br, iil e I of i. arg '
size made a perfect cure. I will- al'o siy'niy dijes-
tiop hat iniprevedbo tial I can .a, anything Wviit hin,
reach.
P. F. MA1. lON,
i d. 97" ea 1.^,i kv,'. ork (.itv.*
$CK-IlEA-DACj LEA.D. DYSPEP'iY-A.. "
No. 151 Pf'ia.y.5r., Ir'IV Yo3riCiry."
D0tAR *,il, Yqur jusjtJy icebratt-d IN:DIAN
BLOOD s4 1JJP has enticeily cur ie,me. of Sick
lleaslacli, ariJ Dy-p _p. oia, of III ears' ftanldin,
It al crid< *miy'chtild'P'.V,'earlet Fever, anid n.y
itif. u(.Ftiriile co ipla.iii .
GCERGOE'-. REYNOLDS.
Isaa.n Dshlnian, Bull's Illoal, 24ih i., (,.I Dah
man IQr-ither, alteri .-i4 .h1o6'0 siaock-), 'cureiel of
Dy.prpsia and Indifesiion of many years' standing.
IHeny Dahlinan, ol; tlim same firill, curel plSore
TiFfrowaand' ,iiJlgestioi,' sille having been tritedl -
by physicians without lAieficial eltlci.

CION? TJ M IOPA $ I10 WlI H f II.
No. 91 \At','p. :-iOlr.rON-sT., 'ITY
SIR,-Your INt.AN' LOOD SYIUP iha -uped
rqe,elitlnely of theli ditSrcss'in-iny hriad, Sid relTrve d
erry-4iltiqult..ofn i-y bowd'1s. 1 inusrtsay- Ihil it
itl,.t e be ine.aJicine tin l any petron "can ,jke for
sick headaci, . ,1 ., '
.\ !.IC(. IED.,


('E COMPANY
It-.. to:, nit',ii iol ; j il e uf F ierrirn. i that tihe
.\ jhist reL-iv '-. at 1' i N E'.I" lI t-' li .t-'i '
E:.st. rlon %avy,

586 tons of Natural'



1)1 Fir.t Q l:ii:l ,;'and .i rIi.nw pr(ii.aird to f'ur-
nish ICE daily to Ctmlstowiler in i ainilton. and 1
ei(nity. R'
IJIOHNr > STALp T. CO -*r r'


UL A..D-.i Li. It A 1l. -.JIM I ,'/, .,o
Agents.


Hamilton, April $, 1882.--3u

For Sale,
3 MARKET


To arrive LT the StenilLtr1 .LDI'ta t n l-2tl ML ..
proximo.
Tlh'Iset agions w ere built at the Fat*my of
J. M. DeWolfe. Halifax, IT. ., expressly for
Bermuda. Price l>o.hrat:. Terms ac.omi-
miodarting ,to'pIov&,,ed pura.,rr .
ALBERT INGLIS.
St. Georgu's, 15th April, 1%2.-tf

Notice.
ALL Persons are f :orbid "'Tresprissi- on i
either the
Hamilton Hotel Grounds
Or those of the BARN opposite.
GREGOlY V. LEE.
FIo ,' FAR II.i.fP <: J P,. .l h,,.
aiitiltou, May 25., 1882.

"William James Heney,
.I UCT1Oj.NEER ,
Shipping andi Co im mission A-genit,
Qiteen Street,
I MIIN.TON, BElRM1UDA.
Prompt attention given to consic uments.
r.tAuction \edniesdays ari Faridays.

WANTED,

A Good Cook.
Apply at this Office.
MUST BE WELL RECOMMENDED.
Hamilon,.4QthMay,. 132.1

For Sale,-

HA Iouse and Lot, a
In the Town ol H!umillon,
FOR SALE.
For Particulars please anply io
R. D. DARRELL, EQ,
I niv;llIom N ..r. -'2 1.*' i.
Q1ILVER Wiatlh1s fi,0rom I;' to 7. Gold
SWatches from 5 to 21'I, at Chill's. All
WaStrabt6d,.
Wanted.


Wanted Immediately,
S A FIRST CLASS

.. pply to "
SO. L. DICKINSON,
r'amiltuor, April 3, 1882.




GIJIO N UtN.i

United Sla es M i ,Sta,',ers.
S ,'-+ .' i.^ ;**t \:. .'+ ,'.' '


,.. .' .' ,,. --"j" 'b X, CALLIN'; AT QIJ-EN. ITO -N,
1, 1 a9 1d ,', ..... l'' -VH.V -NE YOHK ..
DEAR SIR,- I used your ILNDIAN'11L-sO@LISY-s Y 4 .. ......
RUP for Dys ppsigiIo..l.Wh i u eJe or ive Mv t" "i'i 4
years,) with ihe i -happ ie q ,i .... .' i 4.
Sfew dosil- plazd my itymacli i,, a.c.ndtiin to A AL o:KA 'TuerlTav, -lT.ti t, 4 3at. J). ;.it-
d iSvti 4.u fell.,.eb rey, i i .io in of t li r N.'V +' -- t -,;',' t .i
Ing pains experiIenId'-byj ifpepiii .aier .aiimg- ,\ItlIZON ., ii 4, aA r-uU p.."
and abhough it at first cuitled occ.siomal dizzine.-; ABVl',SI -N r t t ,"' i 1',-.0 n l ,.
It quickly M sLI.f.9 m y tin iy (qilrfn r, iing ~twI S lN--' i 4" -N 5 30, p in.
My djg wtin sw'4is w ilitn ifr ii 1 iJe greeut- ,.1c -.I -. 11r- .j... .
Yourb>,---U'M. P. PIEJ RMi. ', "Y .... lay. J' i -i h:4 '.4.
.-.. .. ., .. .; \- ]Z O N ,, '* 9,a [ I lW ...m ..
No.- 38. y est 1 '., '0 -t.rk at ,a .t i.e leat .er .are atlilt eOpires,. v .in.
,tA A L1'? 'A~.-1'*-v-#.t i Trhid;,- ave iyf wu'e-tigFhtrbuilusil-A nil:
w Lo Feb .3 i81). e ierie o
DkA-i %JR ,/.]- 9"d ; ii. r'-' '"'-' l ,, I 'A Y"H . ^ -li a i~io e hl f rtw iZ oam ii P:'9 itUarners ilti
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Si in i *il6.'J4i>'i ,U.PL -r.'t' i& ern.uda,'llilursda 3 ,:~ auully' ri\1-pa ',kwW
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. .'i .I S, 4i ir,,ut treo t '
a:m ilton.
April 1S,: 1SS2.il.~tI ,. -


Hj '-.M. 1 P YRi R C) a( 2
Mrehandis e Bri'oker nid Manuta,-
Sure rs1, Ag'ent,' '

'125 idbe's Street, '
P'O. Boi 272 '. "
SSpeeial- attention paid to
Bei'nu 1 t,1 Sliplup -unt,.. .
New York, March 22n.l, IS2.--ti'


i.
P '. OF, iCIG: ., t '. -.
Mlessrs. ,. Emilius Outerbridge
i .n . -'I, -". ,- -' I .
SAgeniis for thle Qutelkec' tt-nu -liiu Coillpai,I
iAS BEEN Ri-:,11U V:: '[", "

'iPO. 51 B1oradwa.y, SNew

I moilth.


At
E. B. J ONES
Corner of Queen, and keid Streets
N'iA'i',L CE.IVIN'I Ir'iin !._J)9ON
Via N:wv YoRK,,
7-i';i'!L Vic-toria L\ \VN DOI Sip,,l
SMUI..LIN Uo CA.tI B1!1,CiS
I.T.lie- rn) Gn. L!Os i1SRIY &l .
ALSO,
GTents and Boys White andl Coloredl
Straw HATS.
AND,
PERFUMERY, SOAPS,&c, &e
-f' .Ar- ,-, F, -%
always on hand.
!)nL ;i]ilon, April 2-1, I .' .
. ) TALUT.IET CLTTB" S.iii'k;g lixtur.:.'
i very nice. Try it. H. A. 1.ranth-
am, 46 aoni:l 47 Front :.treet.
O Jo JOHN If.[ M-,EILL & CO.,
'O it' yr 1u ,'nni a (Goo1 Fiinii iti ,r'I
.L -.- .',Ji :mn>d I1. 2' nrlt : tce, .

HIN 11. McNEILL & CO., ha\e .ig -'.i
-' lihe ,"ervic- s ,' n Fir'ct cl-ss- C llter .:is'-
FitIer'.- 65 a5 n d t ,C. [r' : .tI'reet
i ,
TO.-iN M. McNr' I.L & CO., in\iti e h -e Pull-
ii to l C.all !anld [.\x .x ile h.:,ir Larrye As-
9,.ri aii lt of ['iti 'iti:'i : i 1nil PHiuIS ," -
:.5 ~ il :i 4 1 .-K': ttir.n
Hamilton, Nomr. 2', h"l1.--tf

For Sale,



2 Open CARRIAGES,
,ilt hb,' J. NI. De'Vol.1-, im lil'.ox,. N. ., (lO.e
Net, UOnle ,.n' HlanuJ.
i, ico Mo.Ie ;' te. Tterp'. 'o .. 'ioii 'i-!ith ..
ALBi rT ING[,,
lent. for J. NM DeWolfle.
St. Georges. February ,'21, lJ s-2.
Cou ee idriuk.-ris h...ul r,. i.l it.: ,lvi ti..-n]ont in
aQ'..th'er ohuv hl i r,.:l l,. ./ ( .',1 .

The Emporium,
47 Front Street,
J. H. RoT ,o! & ef ,
Are Man.ufacturer's Ag-'ents, andi supply the
pulilie at LONDON PRICES in Bermucla.
System of Tradiling
All transactions are for C 'SHsJ, either before
or on delivery ; the lowest l-rices being charged.
for each arti.-le, aind: 5l p5-r :.-ent. discount. al-
lowe-d on all purchas-, of II and iupwards.
J. H. P. & CC:. have much l.lea',ltu' illn in-
nouncing' that they re. now i l po-ititi., to of fer
and give to t. he Public of Berwuilda bIt-t;:r value
than in auy previous year, as they a.' Mainu-
facturer's Ageuts an! only sol OIl Co'uission.
Custoimlersi. wh 11i lv:' been pleas-,'l with the
Gool-, they have bought froin the Empraormim
will greatly oblige lu-I fav.ourin g ii wit lii tli-ir
recoinli :a!M ti.:,ns atua n .cst their fri'eiids.
Haiiiilton, Apil I S. i .'..-2ms.

Bermud a I e e
Male from Pure Rain Water.

ICaii he tiu-ed uiiler nil circruIs.T n ,-s inii;,i_ t ilie
clanger ;itteiiilri.- all iiniore'i Ice, .ihicih in
most. .ii's affl'e- the asv'ste in t lie ai : w i:i!-
n I r n- a L C1i.?1 ;e 2 ia rin.'iini 1 a''r.
I'he :-ubsei hl is n,,w p) p reil tF ierii'lnish I "
't De[o., i u.. il)y e'i, l'ro i .i.'n. i.ji 'y,
aid deih;-'red inr !iainiltori a01l Viciliii,' fio i 'i3
a.m. to i12 o'cloci-Strnlliiy excepted.
Price thalt P ilitny per pound.
'T hiM I eii ; ., h ip iirilii.,-' I e..ip'ct, l'iy ,isk
a cnt.nilll .U on .,I he Pili; p i i.nr ag
TH0 J. jIIL1'.
SHamilon, May 15, 1882.

.. ,-. --. '- ,-- .. .... '

Peri'on. dziruous of ,:'liPIN
PRODUCE
S'hronlug W. I1 P ,',.!'i'O ;. t tIhe uell-


SDunsconb &.ith,

ill have over'' 1;lC' Jy,-itb .reJ the to do so
on flplPYiln tI .. .


t' ,W .i_. i don erchan (c .
.Ind INS SU I VCE R OKE PS,
I.-S L-.: nnniil .tr.e t,
AN.D T I.LOVYi.,
Lt)N)DON, I.C.
'rers,.'atl! atte ii n _il'v>."i to C on si 11nioe'r lts of
rm.i'iinlhl PlOfR.i.I; and, e 1 illingi o'f I 'r-
a'u i .ii [! tr'ler0 .


For Rent,
In the Town ,of HIIauilt'in, a comfo-rtable ;-imd
co rn odious
cl I r')' ",H oI I.
S ..I .-,
At pi event o.:.li,:d by F. Plant, Esr.
It h.is miny c'Oi-iliii. in'Ces, airy rooms, out- t
Iniois'. stall:e-., &c.
Pos-session sivenL ist August next.
Apply to
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front street.
Ma.y lst, 1S$2.
I1HILD' ? Jewelry Store is Head Quarters

-' tior Waltham Watches in gold or silver I
cases. !

-IF
Dr, Bryan's Electric Belts










SELF- CURATIVE E,
ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS OF IIE BOD'i
-F.ORP THE CURE tF-
Chrolid Nervous Diseases, Norrous Debility, Phy-
sical Prostration, Blra Tiout, s4 iPi.rlysis;,
Spial Compla:nte, Lug iisNoialors, Impotency,
'LYver .Corpf:,tii"t,- l)y;wppAh:i. Rheumadiain,
Headache-, Female:i Cqmnplaint, ePesulur&,De-
eay, ete "w., -"
NO IEDEIiai',E 3 HE M E.SARY. .
HIS woadvefill doovery in. tbe application of
' Elc.riticity unable i'll- suffeid,"' aire scien-
tifl satta ioun iu I i' oWl case in aecor-lancei with
Naii& lws. i.-Vi.. Tihe, bis.- ad .by aid of the heat
nati moisturet-ot tne b)o], au'1 evolve continuoita
cur-eats thai. iufMuse ie sy tenu sith thie -tIlizrig
clema'nt until tle disease is over.:v',i1, aund.a re-
chlp.i. iIve Pl)1ocess-e.bLahisei. .
'Tlue ElhctTo-M'1th-tic C'O'ireD't;as AUiled Iy Dr.
Br'vyau's ap|liauces,sr.engtheas ib.. ;- rvous $ytejn,
give furce to the br rir ai ud digest:iyie fuuoci-,rt.-
4onre los orV paia d power 6l- bod. .o.'4._OWfid,
, -eth 1r ati_-i4i -tr'f-ri acts of iimpii U la.o: :, sickness
or old :age. -
tl.inn-ir.ted Paimpl.leu, a;ing all prlioulare, sent
on-application.: O(r1ders ceeived throogtr any re-
spiinsible-Gbnmralsioi hb.use, an-d i'i ordering se-nd
iiea.i'ure rouili [bel r.' iSi and saale tilie naure o, ti'h
L-om l aint, a:il". tuita ihl-' apipll..i;e w01l be suitl to
oder Address.. -' .
ELECTRIC APP. IANJCECO.,'
1-17 E. lSTou ,ST., NEw YoI.x, U.S.A.


Potatoes !


Potatoes !


Superior Table

POTA TOES.
'The undersigned has always on
hIand a full supply ot TABLE POT.ATOES,
in quality superior to any la market, and at
p.. ic, s to defy competition.
S!'EIIAL R\' El to .Arm' anid Navy
CANTE-ENS andl EtSSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hlamilton, October 3, 1881.


Fire Insurance.

PoLICt issu ,. t he Wes-
tern Assurance Company of Toronto,
Canada, for loss against Fire, at lowest rates.
No charge for Policies.
Capital One Million Dollars.
Apply to
SA LB, A.. MASTERS,
Agent.
June 5. 1882.-3 pd

Bernmuda Veterinary In-
firmary,
REID STR' EET, HAMILTON.


ilil m; l'h
I F. -C'5D F' CisR. D. i Ln: ie-

'.Vill 'it 't. teorgl."', Profi'-, ioii:,llyv on l'ie.-
iN --'tlihe art i. iir in ,qr'i.
\\ ill .it :,,t.eAe- l itn Fri'l .-,
l:fi'i ., H : ni!t.,I .a ..l T.inty v 2, l.0: .



Beriuda POTATOES,
F.,i ,t ;p. :l sf; t i.M-: L ixel.
'L ~.~' n,., 'lel- L'.. iu'i i,.i

Apply to
W. T. JAMES,
May i, Is'2. 4-2 Fiont S.t.

Lime Lime !! Lime !!!
TI .E lurnt. with Cedar (ood'-
ind1 Co.i, cnil, ite pnieli.ine.l at tie Kiln
in ii'as 'isToti' in n 'rn iie lmshicl t, )2.. ,t1 9d. -
'. nll r.].>'icati, i; \'.il ( -.lz U e.el" .ille.
!latiIiiltuin, May; 15'', 1I ..
(ttr .-'rn .nicsi'or d-livei-' lmn ny part
of il. In ) i.!, n c n .i s- lie ntmade.


Street.


8 0 COFFEE
Everybody wantsit. but very few get it,
because most plolple do not know how to
-elec-t cotter, or it is spoiled i the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these diffioul-
ti.:-s haI b.n our study. Tlh.irber'.1. pack-
age cotl'e- ar-. 'i.slected by an expert who
i-.lderstani. the art of blelndinl, ovartiolt
flavors. Th.ew aie ronaste] in the most
perft-et manlier (it is impossible to roast
W\\ ll in smell quantitiesM, then put. in
vound pln ck -Ses (,1 ftr. Ih et i.,i t ,iiiaiii ,)
leading our sie, i.tuire as a g ;airante-e of
w-nuinenles, and. e'ach package contains the
Thurberit.ipe for making good Coffee. We
p.a1 two kinds, Thurber's" No. 34," strong
andIu, In'nt ; ThIurber's "'No. 41," mild
ri1l ri.h1. One o:,r the other will :;uit cveiv
t.'~s l. Th&y hinlv He the three *.:;tt points,
n'' .i i'7/, _...: ti w r rdt, / ni' .
A, L. A iGk ,,,tr Gr (...,' ,/r T i,,'li. 9
N"r 1.." Do not ble put off with any
other kind--your own v'.dat- will tell you
wlvt is best.
Wher p oi .,n; desire it. we also fturnii
th.- [.1.." Coffee-pot, the simplest, best.
an1d cieie-t i".:,ffle-port in exi.-'tet-ne.
Gr,':- ers who sell our Cotfft-e k-p theui
Ask f-or di-sc_ iptiw: circular.
1especwctfiilly. &c.,
i. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
iuiporfers, WholesaI x Groc'eis and (Coffee
Roasters. New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the worll, we consider it our iii-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack Ihem in a tidy
and satisfa,-tory manner. All goods
Hearing our name are' guaranteed t,) be
of superior quality, 1ni'e ao ? w'.i.' l'.'int .
and dealers are authorized to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to th.- inteoret of both dleale.-rs
and consiniLmer to use Pa'rib' broiih .

Pr.tec2lloli ,n'amill st '1iKE
AT T!HE MOST MOFw -,! 'i' itA'ltl. E
Can ,!ltrillneOd 1 10 tl.o
'H I I..'/. !:, .1:' : N C (Ji' i P.FA i'
One o! thoe I rei. .t- F: tal,!isdi,.- i .- \Veaithiie-t
110 i11 .t,1 CP ill ithVse
's.l.,irl .* .'.iv;,trg is- efi it t, h.I In-,:ur ,i:
!' .. S l. ';. : ... : ; : .i. la : Jil R i AL
1 I ; .i .i .', ,-.' ,u h .

N. A. BUTTE FIELD,
A enst.,
lbnniiioni, .eltit.-li.e i' 9ith, I., l.
til MME L's CH F'),iC i'ERFU-
MEILY
Iil IEL': TOILF01 T V!NEGf(;X, a pleasant
i l. n ieli1and i e;,,- liiLe, ri-i.i nirci a1 t1 t- T_..il .ni arid
Silh, a re\ ivingi s : .':- i and aiio\'."l .i ii'lhetai' rt.
For wn i n ii n c i i it i .I ar ill.e.
RIlMlEL, i LLLB"- .'!T'- LAVENDER
.VAT\E.
;.I M EL'S 'fEULiL 1I-'-TILLED EAli DE
Co N INE.
I'.lIIMEL'.4 ,UniS t IiPROVED) FLORIDA
V AT!--.L.
I 'i r .'-; J "'K I.; t' l C '.' .. -.- fra.
grant Perfl'unp-.
.t i [L, i;i .i V ,.. '. ; E I't 1N E
,J I .lll .' r,. I1;J ;i, I tI.E
I,'at *.'4 L',< P['J ; t. V' i!! i: ;r.'fi M.li'E
SO A- T! L" .. .'~ ." *> ,i. '- i t ;. i.Y ,
AL ,I).-N 9 LL '' I .. O i ..'!2, ',e-." (11.t; -'i.e
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s., .'t,:. ".r them !.9 ,, ta:rie, Yisrs.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, June 13, 1882.


BERM UDA.
Proceedings of the JHonorable Legislative
Council.
Friday, 91h June, 1382.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Presenf-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
*" Wm. H. Goslin,.
.lames- H.Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
S James Tucker, Recr. Genl. and
Actg. Col. Secty.
.a G.S. Tucker.
A Dill entitled An Act to amend the Bermuda
Lighthouse Act of 1877," was brought up from the-
House of Assembly and read a first time.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 13lh inst., at
11-*0 a.m. .

f [Omitted from proceedlin.s of ,ih .Tune for want
ofspac'e.] Fi. I. R(. r
The following Messages, from his Honor the
Admirnitrator, were delivered by the Acting Co-
lonial Secrieary.
'(No. 3.)
B. C. GORDON,
Colonel, R. E.,
Admdiistrator and Co.'.:,trniJ.r-in.-C',.f.
The Administrator of the Government has the
honoi to forward for the informaLion of the Hon-
our.ble the Legislative Council a copy of the Blue
Book for the year 1SfI.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1
5th June, 1$$2. J
(No. 4.)
E. C. GORDON,
Colond(, r. E.,
Adiunintr.itr on I Co, 'I..iundeir-i' .Ohi/i'.
The Administrator of ( the Government has the
honor to l.,y b,-loit f thI Hon.-tiralile the L ,gislativei
Council tie? Report of the Auiitar of the B.?rmud,
S.ii E int. 1 k mrneti up to Ihe :-3lst 'M:arch, 1ib2I
Public E1i!linigs, Hamilton,
5th Junn, 1''.2.

E. C. GORDON,
Colonel R.E.
Adii,;arwl!:r an, C'nal"tr-in-Chi f.
The Adminiiiii- loIt of ;h.t e o'i rni -n l t h- the
bcor,'ir to forward to the H'onorahl- the L",.isl"il'
C.u,.c-il, tie R'epo t of the Buaid of Imniigratioii
r,' he .ec-.r 1.,i.
Publi'.. Buildin'.-. H- r ia:illou.
*'.1h June, 1 .2. f
(No. .)
E. C. GORDON,
Colonel R.E.,
A dl ,,ini ,ror and C,.,r -.,.ui''-,n-i. i'f*.
''Thli .Administrator of thb Government has iLth
Honor to lay'before the Hi'noiable the Legisiative
Couniiiil the Iefrepurt of tho .Medical .'uperittint~ :n
of the: Lunaic' A'-ylIuru i,'r the year l1S l.
Publi, Builiug-, Hamilton,)
ILii June, 1iS'2. 5




.Al'dsra( of' the .P joce((i ,,/s n, f /:." Honoral, ,
fJff-'n" of Assembly.
Friday, ,tlth June.-Mr. W\adson laid before the
Hous-' an Etimc.te of Colonial Revenue and Ex-
penililuirp for thp year ending June 30, 1883.
'Jihe House resolved itself into a Committee of
the whole Hou'e to consider the Message ofr -Hi
Hontor tIhe Ad.inilatior of the- Government, No.
4, relating to Crariutii suis of money nct transmit-
ted bI',y Ihe late Colonial Secretary, Mr. Webster, to
their dealing atiuu, &e.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved:
Whereas His Honor the Administrator of the
Gover nn''nt has by Message informed the Legis-
lalie hbet certain sums of money amounting to
645 wbhih w,-ie paid to the late Colonial Secre-
tary by !he Col'rni:l Post Master for remihlance to
thelmperial Post Office in the latierlparlof ISSi and
the early part of 1]S'2 have not been remitted and
that the said sum now remains due from this
Colony to the Imp ciial Post. Office, an I that a con-
siderable amount of fees receive I by the said
Colonial Secretary for payment into the Colonial
Trenusury ba.e not been aneconted for or paid in,
and that a ,urn of sixty.nine pounds, three shil-
Jingsrnd sis pence is now owing to the writers
empkl.oyd in the Secreanry's Office to write up the
arrears of deeds and wills, and that the registrations
of Births, Mnrria.ges and Deaths arei in arrear by
1020 entiieis, for which the late Colonial Secretary,
as Registrar General, had received the fees allowed
by law out of the Public Treasury; and whereas
it is deemed necessary to pay off the debt so owing
by this Colon:, to the Imperial Post Office, and to
satisfy the claims of the writers in the Secretary's
Office, and to provide for the Comtpletion of the
Registers of Births, Mlat riaes and Deaths:
1. Resolved that it be recommended to the
House to grant a sumi to satisfy the debt now ow-
ing, t., reason oft the lef.ilc:iion of the late Coloni-
nl Atcrela:iry, to Ihe Imnpelial Post Office by this
Colony.
"2. To salisly Ihe chlairms of the writers in th
Secretary's Oftice lor entering Wills and Deeds,
and,
3. To order a Bill Itobe brought in to provide for
completing the Registrations of Births, Marriages
and Deaths left in arrears by the late Colnial
Secretary and Registrar OGeneral.
Mr. Fiaser move, with reference to certain de-
falc'atiuns of ;andal Eden Webster, late Colonial
Secretal viy iu these Islands-that one moiely of such
delalcations be paid horn the Publie Treasury,
leaving the remaining moiety !o come out of the
Powder Fund.
Mr. S. C. Outeibridge mov-d that the Committee
rise, repoLt progie.ss and ask for leave to sit again
with the view of obtaining further information on
the subject of the Administrator's Message now
under cunsideration-which was agreed to.


The House resumed.
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again.
Mr. Cooper moved that a Message be sent to His
Honor, the Administrator of the Government, re-
spectfully requesting that His Honor will be pleas-
ed to transmit to this House, for its information, a
copy of the directions made by the Governor and
Council, under theprovision of Section 41 of the
Post Office Regulalion Act 1879, for Ihe remittance
of money due the Post Master General of the Uni-
ted Kingdom, and also copies of such correspon-
dence as may have taken place between the Colo-
nial Postmaster, the late Colonial Secretary and
(he Imperial Post Oflice in connection with the de-
falcation in the late Secretary's Office ai d such
further Infcrmation with respect to the times when
and circumstances under which the defalcations
took place and were discovered, as the Administra-
tor of the Government can furnish-which was
agreed to.
Odt red, that the MAesage be accordingly sent.


The following Messages rom His Honor the Ad-
minisirator:-
(No. 12.)
E. C. GORI)ON,
Colonel, R.E.,
Administrator avl Conmmuander-.i-Chief.
The Administrator of the Government has the
honor to inform the H-nourable House of Ass-mnbly
that, owing to the resignation of Mrs. Ht-a b, the
late Sub Postmistress at Ireland Island, the L'olo-
ni:al Postmasfer recommended to H is Exrcellency the
late Governor, that in.isruction should be etl'forled
to Mrs. Warder, who succ'eded Mrs. Heaibh, in
working the Money Order Brach of that Oflice,
and sutlosted thai Mr. William Jams Heney
should hbe employed for that purpose, and His Ex-
cellency recognizing the expeli-necy of adopting
Ihe Colonial Pu.sttiasler's suggcadion p.riniitted Mr.
Hen-y to lie so employed for eight days, namely,,
on February 2Sih and on thie 1st, 2n.di, .3rd, -lth
l.bih. 1-ib and 15th of March, 1882.
The Adnmiuiiiirantr has therefore the honor to
recommend to the Honourable lieu-e, that pro-
visiotn be niaido lor retiuaterLi,t.g Mr. Hleny for
hi? .-rvices-ithat Gentleman hiV\.rig been paiId ten
shilling- a day on a former occasion for casual
assistance afforded by him in the Post Otiici De-
pll t I i r n-iit.
Public 'uil.iing,. Hamilton,
7th June, 1 ".'2.
(Nu. 13.)
E. C. GORDON,
Colonel, R. E.,
.. ,7,i', ",i. 'n to.11 .,r !inr l Co.,,nti l ,.ri.'-.,'..l- lr;..
qThe AdmiTisirator of the ,.ven.'imernt has ihe
honor to lurtI' itd helewitih tio ,he Honourabile
House of .A1- .ill;, the Accounts of the Public:
Credlto.. tu.lea up to the 81st of May 1'-2', incom-
plilau- with the request contained in 'the Me. vg
foni the Ilo.3oi.ii.- li,-'e of the 29th May,1882.
Public Buildingi., I uniihii., (
l .TJunc, 1: I -2. )
.hlder,-!, thal Mr. R. J. P. Li:ll, Mr. WVilkin.
son and Mr. Tynes be a Committee to examine
the Contingent Accounts.
Theo H.i- n inoliain of the Attorney General
consider->l in ( oni:-iif .-' oh the whi!' House tihe
M!-:".. of His Honor the .U'l ii-t, at.). of the
GoC 'r-i io-p N,-. 5, r-1-'lhig to ,.-rtain extra servic-s
cf Mr. J irrun wiLo ait,. !; ct. a- Colonel Surve.-
or.
Mr. ',pr'la i the Chabii.
The .-'.il.rne; General moved that it be re-
commended to the House to make provision for pa' -
ii,_i Mr. Richard \V. Jenram, the late u;-t in'utd-'eniit
of Fthlt. Works, for his services in the Coloniat
Surr', ..t'- irtice after the appointment of the prt.-
t ni 'C,1 I ni.-I Surv, \',r Li:-', was agreed to.
The House resumed and id' .LtI the Resolution
of the Committee.
T..: tts.i ,- GeCertiL introduced a HR':,-l.'re fir
reiihi'- .ti,.i.i Mr. R'iciard W. Jerram for bi-
i r.<.,.. in ii .!onH i Surveyor's I 'i~'::: after tb,
arrival of'bhis successor, which was read a flr-i
time, and the ii, r ,- r.; ] iir g the ii:a'ag ...f money ,
votes ..;. r rj nil it ".. ,- read a second timi,-
and Cio-niitt.i.
Mr. 'T'y e in the rL:ii;r.
TAe .AitolneV General moved that tho blank ".e
filled up 25 8/8"-which was agreed to.
The Hitou.- resumed.
rl'be Chaiti mnin reported the Resolve and it w:--
V.i?.pi .d t 1 -.i L.iid it beu C.Im_.'Iled.1
Ir. Coop '.r eoie noic.:e cf his intention to move
on ith -... rireadin:_ oi Clergy Acts coulinuiug [,il!,
ii] th.'- (u-ila.udn cl.use to :irike out 8 and insert 5.
The Atto(an-y General gave notice of motion (for
ut1..1 ii.ethuig ti time permit and if not for ne.t!
Evcctedis.la M.etling) with respect to reportirg the
Debates.
Adj.ururne. to Monday next.

: onuinau. 12th June.-A .Rel'r'i from the Colonial
-Secretsryv's (fies that under a Writ issued front
than Ortice liy iireciion of His i-iinor 'the Adminis.
trator of the Governimu.nt that,. a Return has been
made by the Justice of the Petace who acted as Re-
turning Officer, that W'illiam Henry Hughes, Esq.,
had benti eler'-ted to serve as a Memb-r tf the As-
sembly for the Parieh of Warwick in theroomof
Samuel Augustus Harney, E-fl., ldeceasrd.
Mr. Hugb"s heing in attendance took the usual
Oatus and allte nards his seat in the House.
On motion of Mr. W. J. Frith the Petition from
Planters aad others for a subsidy to be granted for
aiding in the emiployuvmnt of two steniships to go
to Loodou with Produce in the month of April,
lS'.Y3-wasvicon;eidered in Coamiittee of the whole
Hoiue.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that the prayer of the
Feiition be gianied and tbha it be recommended to
the House to orner a Bill to be brought in author-
izing the Board of Public Works to take the neces-
sary sleps to provide for the (flicient perlo.mance
of the'serviLe-'which w.. agieel to.I :.
The House rezulued and adopted the r,-solution
of the Committee.
Mr. Fritit moved tha' a Committee be appoinl-ed
to frame a Bill in accordance with the prayer of the
Petition and ihat the ComnmiLe'e be authorized to
emliloy Counsel in drawing it-which was agreed
to.
Ordered, ibtat Mr. W. J. Frith. Mr. Dill and Mr.
Cooper be the Committee for that service.
TheBill dn ioutinue tnd amend the .Clergy Acts
was read a 3rd time.
Mr. Ci.)nj.Ur moved .to substitute "five" for
thbre" in the durntiou clau-''-wl ich was nega-
tiveli.
AT's t',-MesrT.J FBuirous, F M Cooper. R
J P atrell, .J Fo ieI, S B Gray, H H Gilbert, W H
Huglhe, J W \Pearman, W R t'enisin, R Tynes.
Nays l.<.-Mestrs. T N Dill, R i.) Fraser, W J
Friltb, A J Frith, A J Hodsdon, \\ C J Hyland, C
C Keane, \V S Masters, S A :Master, T W M,-ree',
T A Outetbrilg., S C Outerb;idge, A M31 Oudney,
C l-'eoui.lou, J N Smith, T F J '1 ucier, W H Witi-
kin-on, '' J \'adson.
Mr, Fraser moved Ihe grant inr aid of the Pres-
byteriau Church in these Isl minds shall, aftlier bth.
Rev. Walter ''Thorburn shall cease tobe a Minister
incharge in .the Presbyterian Lthurch in th:se Is-
lanis, be paid by the Rleceiver' General to theh1l-
ers ot the Presby'teiinn Churches in Warwick and
Pembroke Parshes to be by them appropriated in
ait ot the Ministers of the Presbyterian Church


officiating in theie Islands in such proportion and
manner as the Trustees or Managers ofl he said
Churches or a majority of them shall appoint; and
the Kec,.iver General shrill pay such grant to the
Elders on the production to him ot Certlicates
from the Ministers of the said Churches that such
Eldeis are the Elders of the said Churches respec-
lively"-which was agreed to.
The Bill was tuen passed.
Ayes 19-Mit.srs. J F Burrows,F M Cooper, R J
P Liarreil, T N Dill, J Fowle, A J Frith, S Gray,
H H Gilbert, A J Hodsdon, W 'd Hughes, W C J
Hyland, U C Kenne, S A.- MNasters, T W Mercer, J
W Pearman, WV R Penision, C Peniston, R Tynes,
'1 F J Tucker,
Nays 9-.Messrs. W J Frith, R D Fraser, W S
Masters, A M Oudney, P' A Outerbridge, S C Out.
erbridge, J N Smith, W H Wilkinson,TJ Wad-
son.
The Resolve for remunera.ina Mr. Jerram for his
services in the Colonial Surveyor's Office, was read
a third time and passed.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom-


minded to the House to fndopt the following Re-
solution :-That if any person with the consent of
His Honor the Speaker shall during the present
session make shorthand reports of the debates of
this House and publi-b full and accurate report of
such Debaies with reasonable prorptiitude in some
newspaper published in these Islands this House
will bP prepared o make compensation for the sail
service at the end of the sassion--which was ob-
jece'd to on a point of ordi-r.
The Speiker overruled the obj-eclion.
The Rule being suspendl,?ed it was read a 2nd titne
and committed.
.Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
Mr. S. C. Onterbridge mnovd] to insert the words
or persons" in Ihe second! line of tIe I,.lV'1, aind
thbe words or nerwp.apers" in thel 7'!i line ihereou
-" which wa negati vi.d.
Ayes 9. Nays 14.
'i he Re.solve w.ta ihen agreed to.
'The Hou-e resumed aind i.a!-it':,i the 1-.'-'e
and it wai ordered to Lie -ngrn~.-ld.
Mr. C-ool.. r imiovedl tlhat .t ~e e b outLI to the
Lgisl .lire Council ittluesting th-. it will be[
ple,.,-dl to app,,int a C'ommitleeof th,,t llon: it-i le
tli'u-e it- j-,Iri .A Commilte of tihe A-'ombly to ia.
fp{et--wiih the .ia.i:tanc of two M,'.etanic--auil
rpp.rt to both H ou-es the condili:n rfi the G:,':"'u-
turlI Hlouse, Ml,,unit L.angtn, and any si,.-geltiLn
teuh C'onjmittee .ma y see lit to oft.r-.-lich wa.
affiruecd.
.\ves- '. 1. a 5.sq
UI eleied, tbat the Mes-age he se'ilt :cC'urdingly.
AdjounltEd to \Weiinesday next.
Oi- ders:
Ls'iini'1es of Re fij u- ai l Expen. 1 .i uite.
ll 'l f up l a, tn1 .\pprro|l iation.

A WORD TO THE VWI-E I H11u E WILL BE
; ,SUFFI':IENrT.
DET.'n MrIr. Lur:,-A\- out ouitt.hy lhas :w r u
an itat,' 1 1 p t':' it- till[ pit, II .. th -. 'c.l ,.u.:-tin:,u,
ni,! u l.i,:lh h:r b,= u -,, lk:irly e-.;l.1ii -,! t,,th,- PF'rb-
1t, v s,.. ,. ,,f Ie. r t :,L ll ,,t,. j tr ._.1 , that t ,.,
I rI Iu t liV .- .f .- a nU er.- i-f l,:'c, '0 g ;!i1- L 1 : r :i t.
ou thi.'ir rm.u -y, ..=u'.1 if '-we ,, .:.ir o, wu l::.'ir Vw.L
X .tt1ul iiiIoe t i- :!ii, .'niiut a.j I i- p fi rii .u ':th>r
adlvaLt 1., n -' .: t we w..u l i iv : to ipu ,.'. ~
(ill 1.4t th,; .C.. 0t N ury w ,:, ll beI I, 7 i l pri i,.-11-,
riLi.:l ,,ffUr l.,oit- w ,_,i!,l ,e W,1,bl11 111, ,.,it > r ,.,.%- u p, ,:.--
il,?. 'The ulf t < it (-.',.,.> j ..-tny ,.',:i i 11:.t ,' t h, irl
bc-at'. .ias ,h i-r wtC i:,'ill.. ii w -ul,. tl, -- i?,i t
w il l j. a >: : ,.,i .. 'o n i r.. i t lj.kth : .:.-
p,..-,'i .1- we -h':.- li : it i- ; .I ku u th.a 'tih
t t. of o. r il-.';u t1 -. w i 'A iur, A i-
,:..u I ..l : wL ii,. l I-, P 1 .',; ,',. '.' i. .*u t
tihi,.,. h i io t '.- na,1 ,. OIr i--.,l l,:- ,]._, i. .. ;j ,l t. ,

e k, I r ;r..' ii iu tn dli rl: ,irl i i i r1 11-
S i:r-, 'li i v ''h..-h ,ul' Lli'.u our-.. l i oi u
iiihn u. I ":r a-'!.'1 I.,y ;i A m i 0u vi it...- :,
.- :.r time iu:. WIhvy ild. th.: lf r...t C'ii-
.Dn have 'B.: '..-il i '.:.' i t:,l i-I
r.. I.tt on t -i. :- :.' tl -ir !' .,t N Y .k,
ii -t o.,i f tl i' r 'i.i ? .-'in .l y." L c. nt!i n..,'
.,i i it lii' ,,' l i t ",t .' ,i t .:. ..: t,:, !,. ..
a' tli. i l'- i- l :'..i .:.l upi-.. '-.n i tr en ly, ve ,- -
fihi r ,.t- ll.n. t.'l. i- ji :. b t LI --:. t'.i:,f i tl
w,..,lthy ir v.ilid in iu tir,. I I':., 1 o,:n I. rmui.ii
t ',,1-. a .1- c i.n' iu it i 'u,:y w ,ith r--1.,.:t t.... -u l.-
pl. i r- tlh Aitr'i .: ian M. kel-f or i' h li t > : t--
li':it. tn i truit-." N'O:I othftl:.' ULtiv l.) i ti' ? -lnt
tlni-.thie a tih t w. lWe aIve. W Iil Ani ,: lii -:
mitlh it., 1-In.1 c.-,vet,.A ith -vow uni.l fr.:..,t, w, ,:'
1.,e i- i ,- ic-:' h ;,:L' ,w il, ,,i e V\ ,-t.,l..l -, ft.w e, :
and fruit. StiTawl.i7-riN., 9 ,i: b,.uu.l to b: ...:o me our
tur-,t I,'iving ,t,_1 f>:r a- s,-' u ,t- \,: i \ve our *\up i k
c,.u i :yiaC ...:' fitt.: i. t i' tt.: r L tin.. y...n w illi
fib! W.1 v ill have a 1. ig j..,b befii, h 1- ;.: ll -,l y nil
Ct th:-' ii..h ti i lu l t.l- rit Stm.LI -v 'i .h thait
gr^..it luixny. >:omm.: io to -i;. frma .',th D_-
cemib,:r Iu'a cisUtiui'u. t t the I th Mp-' l.h. .uriiu -
whi,..h i.pii.d thl-y will ieadlily L iri _-'.' im 41 in .4
dpr quart. Thi i rill pay i ell for their (cultii.itiou
aud as ti ,. c:nltiv ti'..u fi-i this i fruit ill o:eUilpr '-
poitioU o;f the". -"" :D u:ow plahnt.,1 aIn nious it will
redu,:e the quaitity of th'it .'t;i..l "rd by ,o d .1iu.
il:reise th>ir v.-,l'W Nto ,.xen'V 1.Nn n-w be iri-eLi
for not growing them, b,.n aiue whlu they arl Litp,
we in -teu-.1 them to t..vun u ild h.ti v tr,.eIL keplt ..:
rld :-i'r opn -tIaticLn until t .- ratuu .:.f ...our ..t iiIam-
s.thip. By the i" Oiib.O:" tbi lasl.t tlip .-tvie.itl hu -
dieti qquart-, w wre r:iveil: th, y .eo in i'rimi
(othditiou atnd s,-on of thEu nae irow k-eepin..- [,ilen-, .
didly by the cold air pro,:t-.. Our greatet draetw-
b:i(k i-. n'. t lhai iu% ui Ow t fa-nt t..-eamer. D. nuit
looeo the b ,y.'t( .ti e. nowr r o 1:ri n.Il ,ou in
ha-viug "Oh u P.., i s .r e.'*a ".' It i' -bouiul ti be- a
lar.-oe p iy,.ing btu aiu,:', ai3.1 tie '.a,\ ing of our e.:.uj -
trv : o ouie a.n ,-uily it. All we n.1ut iLi to'o-
:opp !:a te. If ti-.:- i owuc, .y sl .:It'f ou .ii l- pel. pl.:- ii lt
throug-h the country, we %iil lhave no :.[.-position by
other boats-: vtily farmer will be: :I.- ani agent, nn..i
we will be boiunil to hiol'l the whole trade in oi.i'r
land-. Wialt -hip. s we do not own -.-an be cLa.r-
tered by our AgInut in New York, and r. on u
hlinn-ied out from our wharf nncther woul 1.,e really
to come in, o,) that during crop sea.i-ou w:- would .l
alwavh-i havi C our PTtplh et Fl'y, flying nu ioufre
isteamer iu :nier harbor, abl our .'..I woal n:-
turailly fel- b:iuud to la.tr..Liz- ti.ir ow-u inr p* ,-
fereuce to otberi; aiIn if the N.w York AM.irkL tm: uu
foilu-l that .iour bo.at -w,re Lo't beinu,n lp.wi bi--:d b\I
their aagnouts'l he they woult iinim,-iit,:! -y se.l
miore Pea-Ct.:k.s to ou'r Ihoret to dI...il ith ou
farmer, dire,:tly, na I h:" 1:, iuf. ,.iiliud that i-,
theIir intention. The inteutiol ii to gIt a pilt of :c
Pier iu New York, near W.ishiugt,.,n Marke-r, an.l
not a' it i t now, f .ti' Iirthrce r milt:,- away fr.iL whir..
it i f r-elq ird. \e h in-r iu'int'.ti.il p.-rui., in Ntew
York that wh\ll mvt.i].e iiwl . gMeiht- a1 -'xoO ;- rt,--
quird. The riwarknt.e_' T.t 'ure to wolk o ith uI'.
It any outsi-le bo..t? wets, to iii !a ',in-,t 113 it
w,,i.l beL a t-uiu i- job ftl r the.i. for thil y could
gwit n-o frp-ight ouly waIt thelir aneut wiiul'1 puttr-
ehare. It woull l bie urnl fuii p uti.-o to try twi
run againitt our Pe-fpl,:s C'.,'uipny; aLeu it they
wvoul-. take ft'ir l,- t for one-h:ilt thi pil. .- we couibl.
n t at,.[..t it, f.:,r our couut ,y a!t lr.-e would loo .
by it if we did ; but our 1..,..tt- nmust run, and the
n.,-ni:y would all I.e Iu our oluuatry ait J,.,hu ,:do--
nit leunal ir'ime.lit:uly Jimn will), anid in the long
rinu tfe whole ronatry will be- greatly ..eutfiied--
that i. what wal w.at. Tha wealth of Bermuiai
would then i.-e lik., the -tide--woui l f :i t reI .-idI ;
while the pr,-et .sy:.t~u, is like a -luic,-gate. I
earue--tly call on all Bermudian. to come forward
at one,: to 1he 1 e.ecue o.f the-ir conutry, and get the
Plkopl,-, Steamer in our nrat,. i Its early as po-,ible.
Let no have a 1,oat that we tnu all t.el plound of;
one that tcau make the p.:,--sage iu fr,:,m -.5 ts:, 4


hours and thereby iuducing hundred-' of pa.-.-eu-
gets, during both winter and nmmrner to our Ber-
muda I'les. Our pa .-ttjger trale will greatly iu-
crease when it, becotme- p', perly kuowu that we
have a -teady and rapid steani couveyntuce all the
year round, with a vet-l or ve-,els having all of
the modera improvement for -pe-ed anid couifort,
and also to hai, additional hotels to ae,:-oirnodate
them her'-. This latter will be greatly needed if
you would have attrinygers toremain with us any
length of time.
PUBLIC FRIEND.

The Japanese Imperial yacht Ki in ran into and
nearly sank the United States man-of-war .lert off
Kobe, Japau, on the night of 18th April. Both vea-
sels were under steam at the time. The Alert was
cut do%-n to six inches below the water line, abrea.t4
the foremast on the port side, the iron bull curling
like paper under the steamers sharp iron prow. '1 he
Khan was seen by the Alert and every effort made to
avoid the collision by the latter. "


Bernmuida S. S. Compaviy.

Au adljourue.l Publi,- Meeting wa-s held at. the?
MI.-'hani,'' H all, H.imiltin, on Saturday the 1Uth
in't.-F. M. <..op.'r, E-A'i., in th, Chair-to rece-ive
fr..'m th- Coa'oniitt:-..- .ip:,inteid at the last m-'ietiung
tlI: l '.ift dR l.Ru :.1dl 'iil,.tioUs for the o 'r.iuiziti-.n
andl in I uv-'-Iti- int ,of :i l>.: : 1 -.t-.un.ihip Companyv.
Thi': rainut,.-i of thi.: l:-t mietin.-ug were re id an.m
i;.u0fit'ni>ed.
At th-. reilue.it of tlht C('huir'u.m, Mr. Msi-iteri, on
l.,.Iailf of the (.':antuitte'- oppoinuteld t th: l:ti-t me'--t-
inu..', re.id. th- R-p,,rt. anud draft Rl:--s drawn up by
thte ,.,aid I..iumnitt'-e -tnl ad ipted by then fr.-.mi th,:'
Co p.)la it.i.-.' A. tr. of 1 -62 aind.1 ''I7, ,uI whi.-h .a1e:
fmnuled :Jll the .t,-:,_.hlaip Cm.o iuj sL iu G-re.at nr-
t.uin : Al-o thI.- ful'.vin'.-g mi.-l..irai tn. l'i :If A-'oc.i.i-
ti.u :
SE M IRAN D IL OF A SS t'IAT IONN
O r I[: F '.o ,.[ ,re.\m ir z..) I. \ NY,
L1311El'.
lt.-Thi : tu.- ,f tljhe- Co:inpany is Thei: B.r-
l ..l Stt. ,iin Ship ('.,rupiny-Limnire.l."
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in ti.,- T.:v .ii .t f H lt...n, :I 1 if hi-r.-.ift,:r d",-. mi d
,. Xl,-l,1_ut a 1l4 .1 IU th. .c, ..f th,:- ,:',:.lil, l V w ill 1,,
O .p-u':,l IU thi .- T ,.: d t St. ..iil '_:-.r
.rdI.- TIh, .,hi,.:t t, ir wILI' h til. C.:.qnii: y 1 ,:
t.lbhli- '-i are :
A.- 'IT;' iir' I ,-.'-, I.'iiblin..', .winil. r'd w".irk-
il'-, tII l.:'' the DI'ti- :r LIy F ..'- .:i' u fl ,,...f :,nty
-t,: .in -lip ,:,r ,t,' II tll" .r i.'f .Any fl i ,.1,- thl r':in
th i l .,y ..- t f -r .: 1, I i t or a i:.: ii..-d.
T hi, A'.y ,-L I L- 1 h1.- h 1-1l.. in 1 .1l ., ,: n t- .o..f
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1 l ,: ,:, '-' ., i a v.,lu,. ,,f thl.-h r.:- Ire. .1 1.. I lill.
.,th.--T 'l -I 1.it.1l .,-f thi- C.:.),.P Iny ;1- 10.,. 1,.o,
w ith t'_r. 1 7 : .- I-'.-' :" in, r:,- -lL. [,! I, t.:- 1. .L I -
111111 in -h; I .,t Five A,.. p1,.in I. ,I. h.
WV ,, th.. .:V .rdj'. ,'l .,' \ .... ht.!l .,h,1 ;t..1-
,.lr., -c: r- i',? t'.,-.:,.I.:.l ::'r, ,lde- i ',,it ,:,f l...: !n .- f.:.nr u d,
init.. .1 l..ln Il ILI lnir--i n :.. t :t tihl- lr.n -c.,n li
.f ...... i ti.u, ,.- w- r. -p :,:ttI lly ,'' t, take
tlh.- L '....c ,.,t -lInu-.', Iu th. .. .f the C'., l.,:p Uy
,t :p' ,'.,-it.: ,:,i.' tt.q .e,.ti ,- uaiin -.,
]!.',,.l t!.c- ,ay ot 1 3 2.
Ti,-. t(.'h li 11. a lh u .,it thl, ,ll-,= tiou f.:,, th.. ,,l'-
ti,:,u ...I thn ;n,.i R; ,ile-.
M Ir. HiU .,n -t it. l that h. .. j..,:t l t... th,: ,:1 :
'd ttiuLI. t... tl,.- v..t: o- t m n'I .: r- u..1 i -' I- i- :.1 -


Arrival of Eigsliih II*tll, via HIalifax.

The Royal Mail .Steamor .t/l.,,, Captain C'row-
ell, with the English Mail.s of the 27th April and
23th May, arrived .it St. George's on Thursday
evening last, au.l left f...r J.iin.,i,.. uin the after-
no.,n of Frilavy.
The M',il of April .27th w.- det.iined by the P.-
" n,,,;0 the be.arer., g*ttiun iuto the i.:.,- otf Cape
Breton. "
We are i-ndebte,l to C.ipt .in Crov.-Ill and other
friends for H-ilif'.x lp.aper, of the 5th iuIt int.
The A.l/i,/. I pa.1 the I;.-, a ;t 4 p.m. ':c the ilay
..-e left H tlift.i, thfelin 1, mile', south of Sambro
Liz-hth.'.m- ; woull get in thit .'.-ninii' na the foe,
whi-.h h.il be-n tli,.-k, hod lifte-]..
H.I-:ivy r-uin -.tori,* iil -.vre li.H lit.i :at HlalU-
fax duirin.;- thi.. uih.-ht of the 4th it-.t iut.


APRTIVAL our OF rHIE Pi:INcEs-i Lcr.rE.-Her
Roy.l Hiign'Ioe-, tile P'riu.e--. L.mi- e arrirt.d at Ri-
maou'ki in the Mail Steaiier S.ir,,aiit,. at m' a. m.,
ou Sunday w'.ck.
The whole Doniuiou ,of Cauila. iQ in a state of
fearful ex.-it-ueu-z.- An c-l:tii n of member; to
serve in the Hou-eof A"'.--.mb!y bein;, in progre.-s.

FRO!O AMERICA AND EUROPE.

Th-l M Ail St,- -. r- D. .' (. lt ,l Si,itht, :nriived
it 7 p.m. onul Sund-y 1.-t. :W lett N-w Y,ik at
the usu I. h,..hr oa Thl r I v f itt- ruon..u
Front til.-- .of N, w Y..rk l,.-.r, kiNdly f.ir,.,1 u-;
i.-y fri.ud.-, we mI ke II ,l iutr?-til.. "xtr;::t, for
,-,W! to-l j\- i -.-l .

GARIBALDI DEAD,

.1,iri, ,'o.-. C n:',--M./. .t!.rr/.. \ i.!!,.'s .'or,! (f
tht. 7c "' r.r!p': 1' r lp l" \ .
A despit.ih frinm R.-u', naljlir.iDcev t;e le itlah ol
Generil Garibl.,Ildi. vli,'lh i, o 'ret' l ,t lvi, home at
o'nparer., ut hi llt Ipt .-is i i'.'ti.k F hi': e'eiing. The
ver,.riti hadii be'-i .oufi.'riu fir i.iinme titm. tr..m hron-
c'hlit l i.U Friblay :'be uimers'b.an '- ofI hi.s ly,,- i r,.-
i'iiih, in R,,me iuad G n,..a wi: m nu ...d to hil
bedside.
Few nuV e b re r,->.". ir.dl :i ar-a"ter a h.er'e iI" hoth
pi'i-e? and himt.,- tb,,n G l:-?.lp, G irih,;', Iu f I_.er i -j'.u i ..l ;i'-.t, i : .i (': i','e['.
tH 'r ,ha re tl .,i' h ]ii.. iA ,:Ai''i'. ;,,in.i hi .ct',t -.q rui yaf -

th pt litie. ,I )LItl,'. '-i .! ,-rit;!.n .'-i t al.-i iterei. l(
st'ijy .-r rl 'l...i '.it O t i..t t y. t' it ii.,n ,.'e plo,
u-I',, t. vi nLn r-. ', a: ,i..!i -a :,,, n aB
m ,.,rtlhy <-i .(- i v, ; -. W i,,i,,. ,u,.; it i,er!)ape
-I rtii..a i- t,.,r l ,!,i- ; '),l ',,-r "i 't 'i i it
.,.u. ,N.r, b.',r' tha-h t
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01 ind I.tt-L" hi t.'it. H'. ,.."ci in, d' iii., i iir' ei.'u-
;;.- .;;. tbt! .- ;-,, .wi,!.0. ( a1"A l I U Vh i
u-ble rjat iNre. T, irh-r- i,- n |l,Ht ri' r,:,". ill Iltl
Slit h h i 1ni 1 tii -r .' i ',,b 1 ', ,. /,c! d tb- ,v
"iutl .ur,.,lh'..LO tl-, 'he it l iS t i. i, t,
Birt it'fhriit Lt .; ti rt.el..1 j;t- Ii' tn 1 0-e. l itk uera.
to u l i-.1 :..- I l. i ,- ,j :. r ( i j il. i : rr,
ol t ... r i.n. i i .. .vi i.. li i- i .f ':'e :ld
H ,- uilev ri ;.i ; t le i na i, .l i ,'n r t.,-.i, t i i,.ta i,,
i' 1.h!., ,. 1 ,,h "i i il l! '',l,., ,, iii eat.-- th at
f let i l l i-l i t-r i i :t r 't itii t\. .. -. i; 'liej
v."Alh '!tii).,r or un .it\, ;i',1 !,, h .o"a, i- nae* r r the lavo
(,I siiri'id anI.lti-.,i. H'i.- ,.. b t i. d"- n ai r be t-uo
pr t.,dI ctiv,: i t,,', u i (,, 'i 'i :, I I t ii his
r atre di '.-tri,- t.a li, i.,f.,.,: l yii v.,,,u !il o-- i e-
iW ted u r fN,.a .,t th.-' rew' t i t r ;,.. HiK. h t,- hp -
t,-]lertnai. h.; .rt.. i!i.,., l-l h)c v.,.i I. .d i, tht.j
baltince n: l.'.t lIi purfe rvirt,:,: In, hr- i ; e lt-':
D ih t lI ., iu-:- ;; -t h t r' ri -l.i' t h(f:-k i ;,.,i the
p.u ,,t Mi'. J<.-, i M ::rS)-W hit,\ .,u Er i..] ,'>,.,ii,,u,
M hu aceoi, p h ot, l l:' G.,, Mrr! tAr..bL W .ay. ,.t hIia
onmpae ]un- aut %%i.- e, iy il l H1f.1 ni ew- p o.

P .aso.a of..Yt .' . ... ..,.a Tfi7t bl /g..'e jury-
XV/r. e~i~t's H/,,',r.
Loti'r,,.':, J .I "',.--N,=w iuJl,_r...t wn= :-.V; .r ',oped
,.h0i-Lt, in o ,u:,ir.n pt onu tle a'rime. ?-hroveut'n bWill,
,,wiln ju the ,.MoUtG-i, ,f ti, IriHl, n InorsW thorn
t mh ji i Ihlki o.,u ,fei QW t, ,: & ,:,., ,i i. .:.t eo'm. and
t. trid d, f,.,W i' .ri_-u ot" r ,:- --. f:h.ony o -e- the
0:.'t -r.m dO o r the w.,ii-P,,-p :_u i.!ut-ie (. o i 'Q -
land. Thi- li.; itrt-u m .An.: yii re it.d b.,y the
goverumeutt thr,-,r_-i. ,'ir \\ illian'i -.lra ,,iirt', wilo
de!.l.i',d lths it wa,-- n i,.-,a:ry to ertm dd thie iur'i:-
di,:-tioui of thti ,.,aIt ,ov,:.: all '.lt-1; w\!iere a jud'jo
a,..] jury would h :, jiii .i. nr. la order to
.Ow.ti. .r- t len i ,: w O, 'h, .. 'eo.q-, lti..l 'Donoa
r'o-,.., a l' l- t.itti. thtIM it tO re Wtrle o ,ly :,Oi rea-ler
,of l ,. '.~ -,.,',er l~lie 'Crim ,:- I'r.l- u% i,.,i ;,.t w ,uld
'.>^-.s,,rilv ,.! viIh him.. Thi s t:t.-ienlt pro-


-':,U-4 t,.r .ii,.i '. v ,ked an irrr.-r:,, ;ut demoi- tr,-.ti.-u tr.-an lthe Irish
D :. A:,: u, I rti, ..l_.. >:.-n i-l v t i ff. leiI 'r. .il,, y i 1- i. t. r uni t,l Sir W ill ia
Htin-. n'. llar..o-Lu't with a iv'h i-iui R -,, i for hi'. own pur-
M .1' T. J. I'-, t ii.tit l -.I ', ter' .tulni t lu.-y, 1 ,..se H e .,,ij thl,,t RI..... t-a l .,.-r w -,. id have
-u....iu.:t!y .,iu,l. -' .i, .1~L- ,r,.: tit,. tiI tr :r .tO f "-..tin -" bi,e..n lead t rice- m o.nth-- a ,-., if Sir VL ilii ,im Har-
;ti -t:at,. ii th: rti.-, court ,.,titl.I t.-fr,iiM f ,rt. I m 'k ii ,it- t.-i.k'.. H e con-
Mir. Bell ',I d ti.hat h! ,..u-i,.' r.d 5l:. Iii -, _u ,:lu-,i-l by .vyiuL- th t lo-- t wa,q- :-s necessary
W I' wrtonl in ti- Vi-w o.f ttI- I matter, I..it th.ii-st t,, Sir W illi.Vni H1 !eC..u't fa ,Sir W ih.i.iiu was to
thiit uou.: ......iil- ..l....rly.l ..:.ul.it.:h. uit ti : i-;li -- R ,,.,-sa.
o......,lt i:.f ti,.- l;'l.:.tlh .iLil v..-lh Ill .: t.., t;ll ________
l. irt.i .d'th ,t tI : i t... '' :,t ll I ',e tio. iiit.h E '-/ -.'r '. .'er's _sto,', t.', l.
l...,r.r .u.1 th it t,.y -h..,i bl i.. >al ,v-.l t .. ter- Loxr....N,.TJn ,.--Iu .,,. !l,.b. r,. ..._ t': elea.se of
li-ii th. ir ... it 1.1.i ...u t it-'d.t sn.p-i.-t- in tl,.: Ho[.t-e .,f Lo:rds l.,i-t evening
Me --'. ...i].i;.I i. ..i- .'l ey .-xpl.i l t Lurtl t'onu p.r, vih r'. Lo:..l Lieutenant of Ireland
.. .-. -, w! :, it .:1i. -. i, i.,L ...L B. 11 t' when the I'i-li ,iiii,,.,e i- of Pa.ilu; suut were ri leas-
tC.i, t'nU H ill rI. t.i k.-] th ...... i i'. t'.iu w- I...1,ai.l l-. h l.,uW si'.i Let .l ,n otId.r fur their re-
h. t e lbl 1 .. l t .y I.!I-.. t lese ,ter ob:,t,,inn, ,,! i ,u d -adio that his
tr l ,I N .it. li., ...ir .x'.f,:1'. .1. 'I tth C..-umnitte, a,:lti. w.a-. ,''o .i,],:LedI t mere u tuit-r'of ofticiial
,h,..M i,, e ..,u.l l, .t =.1 n .1 ... ,t ii- '_ .m.i-kl L,. 6u-- rontiue. H- hi, i I..,:n .-.o ,) ,-.t,:.-hed at the tele-
n1 ,..i.t.: hu. pr,.. r ,. .t h' l ...ut,]iiltd oft ut.. riz.-. m,,i ord! ri: tiJ -ic r -l ,c e that hle h at first
Mi 'r.J..,-.-ll tlh,.iiht t'. it ;:i H....,h l ti.:I' Itul.- w ,?L ,'-iit..ted to ,. iU t it-. He belir. red th.t tihe opin-
'. \'t i..t ir it v.,.I,- iU v .,,:- r u-:. d. th,: i.,, ._,if the "., .- [ ,. .., n, .-..rel .:rt .t ..i.. .- i,.h th, y ,U I .LII L wI ,.,IL.i 1.-- h,: .,!.1.t: bn i, wl ih it was t ff ;ed gave
l '.t .u.l t-,at i ti t.Ita',i- ttil tl-" ...'A..l 1.il r1. -i -:.l. ,the matter thf .[pp,:-:i.tu,_e oi c-omplete unriender
(Oun ::,ti.. ,.f ?,j. T... L i-'tFt ouri, th, Itl,. t, di.orler. A tr.rt ;.;,1: :. oi .. 1 m .ii r. y had
I-- r.: p t t.. tiL in., ,:tin .iud .l,,.1.,te-d. 'at -ertd tl.lat an m ip- .t- esi.ted between trLe -'rov-
On notion I iii .de, a. vot: of t.-hr.u t t :ni i t ,. .t el.. !!..l in,-iI..-r" ,n-d L. rdI Gran-
'-'Ci, rutllt:. .- p.1 --, ville h .:l deui,.-,.9 the exi-t..t.:. C-f .-u.L-.h 1 Oro pact,
Mr. Oint. .l.t, '. tlh-n nl- .ive.i. t-i L tt tl,: ,ii.etiu. the motion of : thle .uMaqui-. i ,o Wat frtld for the
t .k,- i ., t..u-l ii.'.u tt, :,i.:. i.h h i cnrrep ndeu. e in .:t:u .., [i..u. w it" i th- r.1ea.1 of
....u.liti 1 .lY v.litiL .ltwi ,t t:- tti- t l ltt.tm -- lithe u..pctw,',, wa'. r dithdrawu.
It l,, .'. :, i.- ', l, t. ., l ti ,. .II,:.-,VIjU :- =
lTIf -t tin, aI ,iu .,l-- 1 .:-;uL A -' I.ti tLI., itd .,u- .. Lan. L ., ,w'L S.ned,.e .- L -.',,,. .Ju .. 4.- M1 r.
j., InIt, ,t-it.i' ,,t t, .._, .i .l ,- Breuan, Sn cr,:r iry ...f tile Land L.-am uue, Was re-
-l.,!l If t... tdi.: ti ry .t-.L' i., thie ,' -' i- le te firm [,il u -;..te,'- r -r He a1lIr -.-e a large
-t-i.u t t. ..ii -t, t 1 i a-hmblhthe in Kilkent y, and sil hbi re, l i.tilers
S .t "i.. l(.. .,1 ..tl ,:-r l tune, B ii ht, Ch bi. ,.rlah., and tho
E- 1211' -',,11 t1t. t ."I ..'; lit.ii li wh.. -,le .:rV d of p-eiuJ-l,u hinu itlrit u., an.I renegade
: pti t .-t ..: : ,.r, tiiLi -,t o r l plbli,an. s ,, on pus,:, ithe Bliti.h t i: biuit. He
r,..Z:.:i .t, l t,. Xl,..uitiurC .; lr,..:iir.- ,.tmtc'-, hi,,ed if th,_. iis; ., h ui .lr,-d .-l,-p.ct. vwere called
pla -, ., .of tut.i le St,-.i.-r- t..t tlh trade. m.1 li-in for a teal 'a. ritie, to ,ie for their couiCntry.
ait 1.-of t., ll ..t -r ltn-in -- iiie t tI.> flu'e re' lLt- They 1.id ,-,i0 t lie GoV-Ernu t n.,.knowledg-e Mi-
ti.:ou h .,li.: f...I th i.,l i',., i...iitt.. t., .pif. ,iut .: alt Da-itt as a ,,-niaeu: ror. M ui -h rein lined to
,.-e ..f it-, nu tlltm,,ri-: 'h..,rl.u, wh.o h l r.-ide t. dne. 'They mut tear up ,ve'y loot of Land-
.it ill tutuIL .- nti :: ti.i''.-, an] t.: ,:...utinue ii ext-.l:tt.: l.ordini.m
util thl i (.',oi -.Iny ), dully .r -autze, ,..,:ortug to
Liv,, tiu.l li'":, t,.,r a.p.., ht..i.'" l4 M ai.ilat.,'.s Li.'e rT'/,r.,ite.(-,.-DraDu Li't, June 2.
O ui ,ti.1 ,,t MrN. i. -t.i th.i tlhuk- wan V ill l _It is .t- th it Mr. Cliffo:rd Ll.:ydl. :-pecial ma-
Ull. thnine." gitraite for Cl ire, has io:.:ivedi aulditional letters
Mt.r tiL,.;-i.- ,t m- .ti--tu i a, athel .ltre,:i t.. from A.meri,-a warring him tL.. will Lu killed if he

S, Tth 1i. -,tp- t, F a. 1. P-k. doEs not quit the d.utie.., of hi, off;l:'e. Thirty-two
[M-tsri. )T. Mi, ,,.u, FA C.I. o r, S. H. on. have been employed to protect him.
M .t-t ir, T J. Ot,:-rl~ridl -.- A M 31 ..ithity, J. H .
Thomits, WV. H. T. J,..li, 0. W hitu. .n-1 T. .I/asiacre /, ,ir n.- -C.. o r.xNTi r.,nr.E, June I.
J. Li.htb..u. --A prc.phet, who is known to be the lei-ader of a
Mr. COtudue, infored the ru-eting that Mr. formidable inai.'re.'tin in Egyptriani London (),
Whituny had kiilly vl:,,ed ru.:I, iu th.: ti.er hi- at the head otf a lrge ariy captured several
.-,tory ot the- .i.-ulling iu H.,nmiltou. o.cupied by Mr. .towns. At Seta ,r he maia.cred 1,lutI persons and
W.V.l-ou, .it the- di-pottl o:f tl,. Cotntlltte,- for th forced all Euro.p.-%:n iuh bliitunts tn abjure Christi-
purpo,, I of I.AlInug their nt,:,.-tin~-. .rd that anity and lhe-om. M,hammeudans, on paiu of death.
the List,. f.,r .ub,:iibe-r, will 1..:- placed th:-re. The insurrect il. isf.-pr. aliug. Tte iunurrection is
Mr. Bell i.r.:.po.,sd that Mr. J. D. Mid.l-ltton a)- to throw offt t. yok(e of the Sultan a.- head of the
dert be atpp.t:ifit.lt;t,'ietary to the C"..rnmmittee, whi.hI Molamnmedan church.
was setouded and g-re-l'.1 to. Arrival of a War S/ip.-L .-tr-., June 2.-The
The uinetiu.i, wi-. then adjourned to Mondly the British turret ship Monarch has arrived at Alex.
2,lth inst., at 4 o'clock, P. M. andria.




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