Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00079
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 25.-Vol. Z.V. STATE SUPEIR VWAS ANTIQUAS. 24s. per Ann

IIanmiIton, Beriinda, Tuesday, June O, 188..

INo wI II ii


Proceedings of the lionorable Legislative
Tuesday. 13th .June, 1882.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment ithe House met.
Preerl-His Honor Josiah Flees, Chief Justice,
President ;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
James H.Trimingham,
'" Eugenius Harvey,
"' Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. Genl. and
Actg Col. Secty.
G. S. Tucker,
A Bill entitled An Act to continue and amend
The Clergy Acts,"
A Resolve for paying to Mr. Richaid W. Jetram,
the pum of 2.3 8 in remuneration for his ser-
ticr'. in the Colonial Surveyor's Office from the 7th
to the ;rinth November last, inclusive, were brought
up from the House of Assembly and severally read
a first lime.
The following Mepsage was also brought up from
the House of Assembly:
Mr. President an7 Ge,,lemen of 1/c Le i. aive Con-.

A Message from Hih Honor the Administrator: BAn.
(No. 4.) 18t Innings.
E. C. GORDON, Prr. Murray b. Irwin
SWilliams 6. Poachey "2
Colonel, R.E., Mayo b. Peachey 4
Administrator and Contmander-in-Chief. Carpenter b. Peachey 0
The Administrator of the GoverniMent has the Burke ruu out 4
honor to acknowledge the receipt of the Message of W. Irwin b. Peachey 2
the Honourable House of Assembly dated 9th June Sergt. Emery b. Erwin 1)
1882, relating Lo tne defalcations o tbhe late Colon- Pvt. Hawthorne not out 4
ial Secretary--and, in icplv, to transmit for the in- Henry b. Irwiu 0n
formation of the Honourable House, a copy of the Corpl. Reilly c. Campion I..
detailed Regulations made by the Governor and Irwin 0
Council for the execution of the Post Office P.egu- S rgt. McBride 6. Pea.-.hey 0(
nation Act 1S79, which Regulations are based on
the provisions of the said Act. -
Also, copies of correspondence which has taken Total 22.'
place, between bhe Colonial Postmaster and the BuoiLnar.
General PoLt Office, on the subject of th, deialca- ldt laninge
tion3In the Colonial Secietaty's Officee, Irom which Burn, e. Murray b. Mayo 22
can be traced the piuiods when thbe delalcalions Flynn c. Mayo b. Emervy 1
took place and were discovered but, the Adtiris. ooley e. 'McBride b. Ernmey :i
trat'or hqs no mrans of aceitaiing rlI l 'oi r'l.ustan- IT''hO son Mavo -
ces under which they occurred. Waterwuith b. EImery
No correspondence has taken plaae between the j. IrwIn b. Emerv o
Colonial Postmaster and the late Colonial Secretary campion Emery ,1
In connPction with the defulcations in the Seere- Peaceheye. Carpenterb. Mayor 10
tary's Gice. Chester s. Emery
Public Buildings, Hamilton, Doyle 6. Emery' 0
12th June, 18S2. J 'hanibers not ont I
Ad:nilrnI In W, . .i.n .... r I EExtras 7

2nd Linings.
b. Peachey 11
c. Cooley 6. Irwin 2
c. and 6. Peachey 7
6. Peachey 0
s. Ir in 2
b. Irwin 3
not out. ,
b. Peachey 4
c. Flynn h. Irwin 3
c. Flynn 6. Irwin 0
6. Irwin 2
Extras 16
io iz

2nd hmi
b. Emery
b. Mavo
c. Reilly 6b.
not nut
I.. Eimery
b. Mayo
b. Mayo
c. Re ily-A.
b. Emery
b. Mayo
run out


Mayo If)

cil UJu IIC U LU U L. UD --L...---
We are directed by the House of Assembly to re- I Total 6' Total 37
quest that your Honcurable House will be pleased [It/lenihd- fI,,, ',,f7a1u.1r.]} The Bugklr. thus won the match by 24 runs.
to appoint a Commit:'e to join a Committee of the THE MATETR DRAIMATIc CLUB,_ THE
Assembly to inspe.t--wil iThe aistance of two THE AMATEUR DR ATI CLU TIE
Mechanics-and report to both Houses, the condi- ROYAL IISH LI IFLEQ. lb e atta.
tion of the Gove-uument House Mount Langton. Drrueati.- ipeifounian.'e ly ti. Cl'l, have i.-,:. -- i
and any suggestions such Cnmmiltee may see fit to an institution at Ptovpett. It lhan jiut ll1 thre-
offer. eiorecning- t Cf pleuoiu.l rn,:?t -- ; tie ,tirme I'7
Spsioons' Hous., tienz r the -CaLhtbyte Cat,* ad THE ANNUAL R ACE
1h Je, 18. i '~for the Draina "Th.,- De;d Witness," by Wylbrt
R12teJune,1882.i s. For H. H. H. thel Dtke ot Edin-
The Bill entitled An Act to amend the Ber- The houisei was -rowded each evening. inde.l w,- ItLrcll's Clillelno CLi ()
muda Lighthouse Act of 187T," was read the se- may eonfidnutly a..ert that rIn-t e-.-, in w,-,k ,awr 1 -
cond time. th' larie st audli,-ee evet :ssemnle.l :t TPrep.t Will take place over :an cOl. Bermuda Course
The House wer.t into Committee thereon. Theatre. Many were totally unal.le tool.t. The Hon. W. H. GoAlig in the Chair. '' Caught by the Cuti" i 'hi:fly .-ouernl with TL iT Cy -SOUND.
The Committee rosp. the imaginary tenor o-t "Mr. He,.tor Shak-ly ,I .
The House resumed. Funk" f(C.lor-Sergt. Williams, and tlih- 1.lunder, o;f i _, -
The Chaiirnan reported the Bill without amend- a member of'* the force" yelept "*Jol Beat X lI!" I &a 3
ment. ,?rgt. Bugler Chee'en.i,i. a,n-iu' F... 4th July, Proximio.
The House r.dopte.l the Report and admirably -ustainv.. throu-nhi..t. Se.-tt. To be started it II a.m. .m ade his t.i* t .J, pen r -ue ,- i, t e- -t l tM l i.".,:.
Adjourned to Friday next, the lith instant, at ai hi (,,leaft awit: lie o,,,,r .. il t,. ,l .i 'here will be anf a.:iitional raie ,ver the same
11-30, a.m. in) a ,want a littl i.r.- -nl.-- t. C,.urse f,:,r Pb 'se. probably 50, or 60 to be
-- -The i De:,l-.t \Vitue-," is .a Drain of thi ,..( raised lby subscription. and t.. le divid.A, in Ist
3 1 f f.A st-iis.,,ti.,ial type, aitt.:.rdiu: .- t -, ....e t.. talent inl *2n.l P, ize--, ths anid }th of a amount lit - of the t,.,7,L and onitiu ,rd.-r. pectivily.
The plt ILinesl ol n tthe , ouf Ell.-u -riul-i T hi. l;-, to be oliin to all comers, to be
,his iter-iu-lwl 1.iy Hury VUr'.,u.. t-r r..tif snil.] al,:cording to R. B. Y. ". Rul-es. an-. a
Ab~ rad, '(of i/t' Proceedag.. o/ e He Honoral,: .1 to -wear .,'r,:tlyV t.. h'ii I.iui' iih h,.1 :,' Miiber ._.i the Club to be onu board uai.h Boat
HToa.- ef .-isemblI. i.n' of :oiniuers. She Iris n in ttiVt..ti\t-- l-ik- ..1l ,lingn,. the Hace, No Boat allowed to enter,
hhieu, agtry,'atl l.y the harh-li ut1 Itutrtli. .:._n- i, tr thi I|ae unless thi e Otwner or person en-
Wedneday/,14th, June.-l'hbe Attorney Gneralmov- Idut t,:,war Mary Vernmu ibis. wit., anud, a udis- t is a StublC:il er of at, least 20 to the
e.1 io amend the mainut.? of last days ptoceedlings :overiug hi- u- t'iri..ui- pr.irti.:-:--, uprail.s him in o t
with resil-it It i' reioluti-n on the Oubject of re- u,.h a umajiunr that he i.:.i] -ll I1 eif-...,uannd ant Fu l
porting th.. ri,i.ates by substituring Ihe following : i .tabs her. One of hisn oll,,we.- turu., Que-. Evi- dipp
TheAttorney Gene al moved the Ist reading ofi dence and acc.ideutally kills him while asii,.ting in ten minutes before the Start in both Races.
the following resolution : his capture. The piece eou.lude.Is with a. t.,u.hihiti All Boats to be enterr-d with TotInage and
,"That any person with the consent of His Honor death-scene in which the coiner asks and obtains Flag on or before Tu,.sda'y,'. 7th instant, at
theSpeaker shall, during the present session, make forgiveness of his injured wife when dying of the tore of H. R. Hunt, Esqr.
shorthand reports of the debates of this House and wound inflicted by his accomupliiee hatuted t'._ the Entrance t-'ee for Purse Race 10.
publish full ar d accurate r.-ports of such Debates last hy the apparition of his, viotim,i th. "- Dead Subscription Lists open at the R. B. Y. Clutb
with reasonable promptitude in some newspaper Witness" of his crirue. and1 Store of H. It. Hunt. Esqr.
published in these Islands. this House will be pre- The part of HeIm '.Vruoti, t e coiuner, %a.- in- .r,
paredl to make compensation lor the said service at terpreted iun nmaterly fashion by Ferry, p:r- l. '4.
the end of this Session."- -which was objected to on ticularly in those touches which expes-ed the Sectetary to Sailing Commit tee
a point of order, feverish and watlihftIlness ot nman R. B. Y. Club.
The Speaker overt uled the objection. steeped in ,rime and over whose head the sword of th Jine. 182.
The hiesolutions was read a lst time. justice hangs by a siugle thre:til. Th.: lying s,.eu __ --.
The Rule being suspended the Resolution was wais very ettetive. -- --
read a second time and comnmilttd. 'Mrs. Williams S-et-is to have thiorunhly Vapp'e- ia
Mr. C' oper in the Chair. citedd the -,.utle, sf'-a.riticing iharneter of MA-ly
The Attoiney General moved the adoption of their Veruou and only needs z' little more skill in -ta1o --
Resolution. i.,tsiue..t,, be,...,u n i.,! tap,l.le actrete. Shei Les is. t W s-
Mr. S. C. Outerbridge moved to insert the wo d to bds e hihl- .~o iplimeutie l ou t.iat :rin itk is uel y 11 Ton ,
"or persons "in the second line and the words "or ditty which i. -o) harshly inter ipt.,-t1 he. li good- t-rn Assuran. e Company of Toronto,
newspaper" in the 71h line thereof,-which was ne-I f.r-nothiu- bu-baud. Canadea. for loss against Fie., at 1,owest rates.
gatived. Sergt.-Bui'ler Cheemst,:ii is thlironu-hly in LI- No t.barge for Policies.
Ayes 9. Navys 14 -lemeut l --Tubyv Weleh." To ,e Im. .on. Capital One Million Dollars.
The Regolution was then agreed to. wo,.dd think hr hId spent iu the nui.iht-or- Apply to
The Housewiesumaid and adopted tie Resolution hood of Sevct Dials, stuilyiu.L- thi.- Briti-h Ruff!i SA r L. A MAS'TE V -
*.nd it was ordered to he erngrossed in his own habitat. We snnrut n...u'ratnlate hin u A A. ',
On motion of Mr. Wadsr-n ith House went into the exceedinly ':-lever bit of i.g" iutrI..l.-.l y Agent.
Committee of ,he wholp iu.j coiiider the Chancel. him between v -.tues II and III. i June 5. 1812.-3 pd
lor's Estimate 1 % I.;. I M r. M a,.i nnm ara is very gu,..d, hiut ,a little t,," ...... .
Mr. S. A. Nmi~,ters in ibe Chair. qiet and muus iin' fur th, ,tyk .1 f n.t wih. NEY
Additional votes put .n the Estimate we take Altre-l Dara-L'r" tu oe IuI there d,,.t,, TIME IS MONEY.
For payment Wi money due t LlIPen.,id Post -,ne he did uot put onu rt :,*.r3 -1 .- (-HILD \cn sl..,ply yo with a reliable Clock
Office ................... ......... i :es-ittte.i by b-white wig. froiii 6. t,. 5i. All Wauiiamttt.
For writing up arrema os Re is'tar Ueu- Mrs. Emery isgettig uvertht stiffness which----------
eral's work left incomplete hy the laee Re- ,us.ed toch.aaeterisehher a,:tin. Her Ellen Bran- NOTICE
gistrar General on his quitting th. Colony t.i o der" has a very teditable amount of dignity aol NO ICE.
For assisting to open and mnaiit.iiu Steam force, though more variety in action uanl iunflt.-ti...n
communication with London........... 1,0001 is desirable. In this pla.-e we- must eongratul.nle l, i KiNSt .Iws t!o i-..til'
For Government House-additional ....... 14.10 the mana-tgueut on the really ulver way in wb-h N. l.Al "ici tiers l ,d t-h.e Puillic L ,erally
Additional for Sessions House ............ 20 Ellen Brander'.s ghost is made to appear. that he ill be absi fro -iud.i our ora
For Post and Telegraph Offices additional 17 Mrs. ('beesmanu was, ,as usu:,l, most ex.-[ll-ut, th'at e, be d that hit ron. N. Ii| ouH
Public Offices. St. GeorgeL-additional....... 4, hut had not mch eope for her uudeuiable pow Five \'- .d tht 1i .. .. I ft
For Qualiaine Nosuchr-additional ...... 25 Colomr-Sergt. W'illiams and ,ergt. Bloomer ..-ame -. LICIKINSt)N, aill, wilh tlI., assktt-uc, ,,f
For St. Davia' Light l -additiinal... 201 out strong in the Detective lin. The latter wa a Mla. N. I'H L. It. 1 l.l,, co,,duct hi
For Gibbs' Hill Ligh t House-additinal... first.-rate Zuninuuerzet.shire" man, but thi- lUer Iusi,,ess during his absence. ;nl :s in th. past,
For widening tie Norh Shu e Ro in should have swatgered a little- ltore in the char,,- o o in the tilt ri. e, ce'erv .accomi',odali., 'il sa:inl -
Paget, just Westof the House of Estate ter of a Lifey-airdsman. nti'n %ill ie given to C
ofT. M1. Jones ......................... 10 On the whole the perfonman:nc- were, a d-.eided h,otin inti he g pan t is having c.oints
Towards the completion of th- :-ulstitution i it, and we hope that the ('hi may alwayra rw tt ith him, oret particularly those Ia-
of Brick Arches and Stone Piers for is ubi oises it did o.U night It, s le \cahit himf lon r pa.niuI, lhal his bne -
Wooden Bridges at the Causeay...... l,ti1 The Strin Bal supported tL, pieces with y v i ou l t olony wlldi, nothat reeiveabe :i ne
For deepening the mouth of the Channel ,'e sle, ted and appruprit til .ut the .r,,- ro t n- I .hir noL iving pai. up.
leading into Perenchiel's Bavat Suutbh- .eeI 's wer e further -euli- rt.-tle i thr not DICKINSON.I ip
ampton.................. ..........oI 0 heIE, who a a e ter-orpii )ICKINS()N.
For deepening the Channel leading intu St. ,...ti, stong' on ueah e ani_ ialilton, la j31sit, 16S2.-3
George's Harbor....................... 51i0 -- -- -------- ------ --
For removing two Boilers near the Channel IIANOS an Or'gans sold on the Instalment
leading into Castle Harbor............ 0 PET. at E. T. Chisold. on the
For Stage Channel ....................... 500 BNi, v. BUoLrEns. R.I.. t. E. T. Child's. ------
For establishing a N utsery Garden......... 500. This was the netum m.trih, the Band a e 1 -1 -
Mr. Wadson moved that, a sum be placed on the 'ai stred a aco othe B ule,-
Estimates for Salt Kettle Steam Ferry-which was the ter undaunted, mietor to.eir ppothe Buets -, b r
affirm ed. the latte n.nndautsted, inii-tytheir iipp o ueuf,4 pic- r
Ayirmeds Nays 4. more favourable circitnistances on WVedue.Il 1-r" A lisoine Bay,
l adson vd n additional sum of. 100 hra-;n ed n w L t t
-for thatVobject. "aie wkket, t,, tall. Sergt. Emery and l. y ,']) i "
Mr. W. J. Frith moved, --which wasatm~d. howled for the Baud, while Bu:'leis P,,.,.:cI i -
Ayes 1. Nays 9. 50 IT win, did the needful for tlirt .ir,.amIW. TI, t.: w ,I- I years ,1,. qui-t in Hulne 6 or
For reducing the Public Debt............. 500liu on the wiiole wig avetry butt. t I. l-, in- ui r.O
Resolved that itbe recommended to the House to oni both side n- mighL t ig 'li e ",-bettr 1111,Ay-1 L8O,
grant the saum of 2.5,1t, o. t.he purposes of Sup- u"e who nade anythiug like tani at the s- i.-k. et of 1rHaliess, Bridle and Saddle.
was Buigl .r Bt'uim, who, nta,]e 2', thisb h i t: ,h :- t:.p et .. _1Ofce.
The ply house resume an adopted the Resolutioa ,,re iu th, match. Please apply at I'oyal Gazettr-" Office.
Of the Committee. Tihe tolloniug are the score'-- ilainilton, Junte 13, 18-l.


Reward of 30.

THE Sanm of 30 will be paid for such'
information as w ill lead to the conviction,
of the person or per.ons,. w\I.*, on the tighlt ,i',
the 28dh ihnlant, destroyed a fIead Stonu to one
of the graves, and several of' the Orinanilntal
Trees il St. John's Ch-nrch Yard, Peiw'broke

Church Warden.
Hamilton, 29th May, 19q2.--6 ino.

The Question of the day!

N EXT' to the 11ll alisorltiig,, o tlihe diy copies, in iihese tlo.le n i iiine
the quely- W heie ciLU \i' find -i ,'..!' Ti 'i,..r
The Tailor-this modern Prometheuin who makes
mah what he is. It thas beei said Clothes do
not make a man," bi taii i's unmade without
them ; they introduce him into ,c-iely and !,e -p
him there.
The Undersigned would re;pecifl'ly -jit the
attention of their numerous pairons arnl Ptb'ie
in general to tho fact, ihat their

Ne w Stock
I NI X r mff 19 2

R') S UJL.31A
I ,.,N dE~acv.

I E li

12TH JUNE, 198',.
THE following ACr has been passed by the
Legislature of Bermuda during the pro-
sent Session :-
No. 1.-Au Act to amend and continue "The
Official Surveyor's Act, I .S7 ."
(In force to 31st December, 1885.)
By His Honor's Command,
3 Acting Colonial Seeretary.

rTpHE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
-T of Brooches and Ear Rings, Bracelets,
English and Cooley Hangles, Lockets, Nick-
lRs. Studs, Sleeve Ruttons, and Vest Chains,
&c., at Child's. Was never more complete.

J's. Green's


Mir iS. ['.rE E I if.ving made extensive alter-
Lioli0 in iher Iicftel aecomnioiation res-
lectll'u!y so'icits the i'ntronane o'l LIDrER and
(t.,rTL:ME:N requiring BREAK-PAST;, Lt;N.
('1.1)ONS.and DINNER.'.
Ilefreshment6is upplied at any hour.
Reid Street, Hamilton, ,
June 12, 188. .

They lmiara.itee te itr 'atro, i thi i highcs -e r ll (| 11 I e
stildld of p.ifectiun in l G oods,, Sir, aiid -" d
Worknmanship. They can do this tbecase the Made from Pure Rain Water.
Establi-hment.i- carri-ie on by three Practicaenlt___
'I'ailors .f e peo iiinee, whi, shall alni ay.i be
happy o ad taiinister .) ; tie iles of their Cus Caua be used under all circumnas.nces without Ihe
toalye s in ,a polite manriut. ,ind exute :il orders danger attending all imported Ice, which in
wilh di-patch. Most eases afleet the system in the sane mau-
n'EL ner as a ehainge in drinkiiin wafer.
J. MA. McNEILL &,C L., The Subscriber is now prep:irerdth furnish-Ice
61 and 65 Front Street. it Depot lBurnaby Street, from 6 na.i. daily,
ll.imilhom, June 1, IJSu-,-I'. a-id delivered in laminlton aud Vicinity fiom 8
atro. ht 12 -'clock-Sundays excepted.
Pric Hall I'euny per pound.
o,' i T'his. being : homen- industry l .respectfully ask
AiT the Annual (-tn -ral et'etiing of the BUP.- a c-i.ntiimu.utc,:- of the Public patronage.
ETY an attiell t.Ilent ',t Rule 14 was c;lriei,. to i, 1
the effect- thait./,u,,, ,.,1 tr it/, .i ',;, t, ti l v -'__________
, ti,,. nr l th'-- entraniii.-i t'e tavable by a Mei m- -M O y '- m .9 .
Iher oelt l 4-.tion shall I,,. r,-gutlted ''by b ii age L 2
at the time ia folh.,ws :--
It under oJl ye, '-,f ave, ei _ht -hijlings. I( 'E ( '( MPA.NY
B e tw ee,.n :;t & 3 3 "' tw e .lv e "' i 'T., t ,o i ,fo r n tie 1' i ,hl n l I !r r, .iid mi Ih t th ey
:" & 411i 'ixte,--i lav, jl i.- eev-d ai theo W 10 Ht OU ,
-1) & 4 w n ; st 1r I- tay,
.-13 & 50 tw enty-four ** .;,
PeI'sons intending to joiu the Society nr,: , -SI \) N natural
advised to ,make applicaticu for meib.rshil l
without delay. L< d k-&
.'%-,q. Trtes. 1'f First Qiuaii, ad iare now prepared to fur-
... ."I -tItIi" M yI n sI .i dl t o I 1me.. r ..t. "

Hamilton, Al .y ". 1, .2.
Picked Up,
On SIunday morning. the -ith instant,
A SIX-OARED Clinker Built-

e t .
Paintedl White-, with one pair of Onars, one pair
Rowlocks, Mast, Sail, PiIdRer and Yoke.
The Owner' c-an, cn application at "" Royal Ga-
zette" Ofliic., hear of its whe--reaboits, the
find1'-r r,-wirtled and this advertisement paid
Hamilton. Jun'- S. IS22.-tf

nish ICE J.illy to Customers in Hanniton an


Hamiltou, April 8, 1882.*-3m


A.l.!, Partie- IN ll IEIll.ED to u- are respect-
fI'ully tirequ.'stod 'o make payment on or
bI.t..eieJth Idsntt. N11 ACCOUNTS remain-
ing unimi|id after thio. dant, and not satisfacutorily
arritnged for, will i v placed in Legal hands fuo
I collectiolt.

Cth-e driukers should rc.adl the advertieent in o UTE RBRIDGE BROS.
auithmer columnn headed l,,(,f f'. Reid Street, June 12, 1892.

(/,eap)es Pri ts ;In 'n. Notice.

W Y ? Tl' I Undersig ned being anxious to Pay his
Becaisse we get theil f'roim the Debht, requests all Persois INDEBTED
Mui.nctcre,_s an! c.m sell tnhei., tt o himl to emne tforwarl and Pay their respectivee
ice.,s tl an iny I l.. in Ber iul.u nlollls to or b ifor, tht 20th June instant, to
[> lLegal pr,,ee,_-dings
Gents NECK WEAR of the latest JOHN GREENSLADE,

Ladies ,. Y, &. -Eastt Broadway.
Gents SHIIRT.-', Whitie VrESTS aud Jine 5, 1882.--tt
Suiuimer CO %T."'. ''

Front street, Hamilton, (
June 1,th, 182.

In the T

For Rent,
brown of Hamilton,

a corn-

-.-. --.---- -- fortable and commodious
TJRY the new Smoking Mixture Calumet
- Club" H. A. Grantham has for Sale. ,A
j *. 5- -,.J
"-- Near the PIesbyteriatn Church.
pARTIES having any JUST CLA.IMS a- It hai minany Coiiveniences. PosessionI give
against the Undereigniel, are hereby Isi July next.
requested to render the same t'or settlemennt 1y gipply to
i,'- '22, Istndt; as no bills rendered after JOHN BARRITTI
that date will b.- acknowledged; and parties
INDEBTED to the Subscriber are requested Hamilton, Junme l2th, 1852.
to. make payment in full by above dat,-, or the
account, will be played in L,,l haw,.: jtr cul- Cotte drinkers should read the advertisement
lo. ,,. < 2,, the .23'-. ,'-,., without re-pect to another coluin ihettde. <.-d 'I ,,fe.
peis..:us, as no other st-p is possible with me at
the present time. W ANTED,
Flatts. June I:th, 1-2.--2 A G ood Cook.
A LL the latest Novelties in Plated Ware ac, Apply ut his Office.
-A well as necessary arti,:les at Childs. Ctll MUST BE WELL, RECOMMENDED,
and See. Hamiltov, -th May, 1882.*






Giblmb' Hill Light Slailao t:-'ernuiiit3l-bt*eeni tiles
llth and Isth June 18.z2,,..ieight ahove the e~ti
where the Register ij. kept. liin *2461i riet.
,ate.' i-. "

J G neral Romark
Noon 3
2M-"7 'i. 75 '9 ..'r II l.,I, ul, \ir hot\
.14 NNw 77i 7. *" 'l'inl
1, w 79 7t I- .:. 1 i'ri' 1 '
1, i w '! *;!-, 7i.i -.*oi.S}.1,r'u Fine
1 u" i ,;A7, 77 '" i.ti'Iii i '0.1 ?it e
': 1- w w 4 i 77 I20.i:ol|'i-0 ) Fine" "

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SHtnilon, ~June 20, ISS2.

EN tfrE ED..
June 12-Norwegian B.irqu', Indu,,tii, Lar-,:n,
Carditf ; :,oal .aud oke.
I i-Brigt. Excel-ior. Mayor, N w York : ast,,rted
camr uto W. E.
I9-?I-il St;-auer Oruinoo, Frai-t, N,.ew York;
Mails, &,.-Ag1nts, Trtt and' C'.x.
June 1:3-N.,rwe.gian BMit'ie E-.iA-lau.l, Ni,-la'iu,
Sc-hr.; Wiiuie Laurie, Herilick,. New Y.ork.
14-S. S. Dessug, Smith, New 'York; 11.1.'' 1.1-.
and 233 boxet-s potato.-, 4.14( iibox.-s au,1 77 er.itt-
tou.iiatoe l.miand 2 box,:.s lfett.

PA-t."; NEBS. T, th- OIJv'nuer .'if the Pi!,,t Buit...... 10 it 1.1
Iu Mail Steamer O0','nito frin New York on Sun- T.. Jams Frel- ri..-k Shlitli........... lt)o ni
day last :-Mr. and Mrs. lHarley Tr.,tt. Mr. and To Au, itirs P. tiria.u iPil.:.t .......I. 11 in
Mrn. W S. Hut.lihiu'.-r, Mrs. H. A. Smith aud in- T.:, ,- .lh Sl ithit .................... 11 n n, Mfr-. .T. M Ri-.h:,rMil n. M is. ::u.l '. i ter T W illiaml l..;u .................. 11 1 ni
Riclihard-on, M C.-sr l. liiharlte- B'.,th, iG or-e Cleti- k, To Phillip Gr.i ut......... .......... ., 11 1i
r. E. Sheldon, F. Dvotj,. E. W. Outerbri.1-.e, C. To Ol,.uz., Laniuh-rt................. .* I
E. A,.twood, J. L. Saudford. A. W. Blu'k, anul The .,. A-cur.i- Eve.-2,c al. t.-.J. Frith, Mr-. F. Suni- th 6 .. ', II i ca,-,a.i-, uftr d.i-dn..t: the
nin-aud tone ia Steera-'e. I salvage.
In the I,-,,r/ from New York i:,n tIr Ilth in- I TlIh- Jud-e al,: datire. ted tlint na siimu of it li, 0
stant :-Capt tin Praeli, Mr. W. B. Hautchin.,: in dui:. Mr. R.i.llin .. Tu. ker f-r a .sure.v f till 'hip
t...,tr, S. Pa-ni6ter. whii.i h .-,d ni..,t 1..u lit in before hi.uld 1h- l,.iL
In the D- .,,- i tor New York on Thursday last :-- ict i:,f th0. 1.-i'l- ,:,f the pro,.ed- of tht -hip
Captain Mar':i.iui, Me-sr.. A. R. Doe, nud W. R.
Hutchicngs.--,,., (,b.T-.-A. R. King. THE LATE GEOR'+E H. DICKINSON, ESQR.,
IH. M S. "., w as c.,nunisiouned at Port-- OF DEMERARA.
mouth on the 1st int., lby Staff-C(m'nraaudl.r Raip- I oilr G(:i ,' .:.'f thle 25tli April la-t, we it"orn-
son, fur service at Bermuda. tiou-ed the umelaumboly deathh of the al:.ove i.- inItl
H. N[. S. T.-, wa' to eimblark hl r f.r f u tl ii I.' I:i tv.:ut -.I.I uImI d alf thi- tie -
Hilifax ,ucnl Bi-rminal ou thie 12th at P'lyviuth :1' t 'r.tlr-i-l Walker, E ..
ahie was n..t tr .:all at Port1' nii th. i ti' th i'' t, .' A fti, t h M a- -'2u, I' e. Iu the i lD erl.o a
i -. Ii. S. G/,' ,t, 1.ft B.rl a I.,s m ,Ir Pl mn uth, n, e t t Iv, tt e 4the : -ved Geuind tl i-m fo: owi
Enugland, on thi 2.5th ultiruo. We ha v, the t,a'-l,,:,wl, iiduty tr. r- ,.lrdthe e thi-,
H. M1. Ships 1[,j.'i. tr 1d I ,',, A". /i/,,-t iar to be ,,f tlio-,' who-e n liue' w i'e .1-1 familiar inu ,ulr
onuiiis-cioned ita soou aim possible for iuiard.l-hipi t': mu:,nthm.-, as haoumr-hild words." v:.i ai'ey
the Suez Canail-oune to be -,tatio.:,ed at Su/, tlie i.,- ari--niu i our nisidtt which it is almon-tt iinl,:'--ibl. i
other at Port Said. fi.,r ius to till] iL. Tl.h~ e wh-,l)o ]i tiv. t e, t. U '-nic.-
Royal M:ail Stce-aier ',ir li-ui-.o at .T:ani- I inii' st,'Ir .,nd gl aiia iiiriui .m 1 rr' inte',f hav.-, l(e-
5. i'.fatled frl.I u-1 to tlh.t *' 1o-urne fri.mii whii.-h I ':
'1 The R.ovyal Mail Stealmer. lpa.- i. due this trav ller retuIus." It is hard t,., blivc the fa,.t
evenWiLt filoili J;talaic.. it i t mi trim- that iut iut, t.r.' -, nw 1 v k the ti,.l' ,,t
fm aa I-t-,.,r., H. uik inuPoj, .T,,ha Althe- aud E (.
The sailiu _- Ship D i ,,,;., arrived at L,:ndon .,u u -. Alve- d
the 25thl May tromU N ew Zealand with a c'.',i'e of Sil.r in, n we. r tile ,ulw.,iks of the (r,,,utry.
meat-5,>tili d,,1 ihe-p-i thi e :..n.itiu l fiter a iSu h wi,, f.arle-l ,uth iu of 11 th ,li
pas-a.i- of" sii d yt-IJur l ih,. i th t ,>llli ,ttu, t,'.- ..i-. u i nlu i -pit' ,, f all .r h- t. -,
In Ir lhuld w a-. ui: in t:iin, d at a ibuin, t .I d) ,:rs7 ,Ie- l --i te ,l, n,-, itt l,,w i iu if V-iuf i t h,.f
)%Vy the freezing p.imlit lIby thim. 3_,ll-L'olun ,. ' l in,. tinI
geratiug'a'pparatus. t a It ,.rt tit,- :"''" Mr. i-,: :'-," Di-k n-,.:.u'n,
i-i.lly ti.-u wi- tu i..- .eu in .c t.iA *t -, !ie left i.n
Pma -'Es-orws BEr. 'D.A Pr.':, "..':r in th..- N.:w Y...~ik i; :ltim.lly *,n .. f I I-i. l .Ilt hi- ,lth c u il :.l t thIe ui, ,-
Market, Juue J i :- -1ity ,.'t ii- Si,ft-r-iu-L:cw ha i-' ;e i u',r- p -
Ouins'L p"r .box........... .1 t.:. I 1-- t..r t,:. 1,,r ',i'n,-.. A -ti ... t PE .n Mir.
Pi.tat.,e--, '.r .arr.rl ... t':, .. ii. kic-.'. ,n me:m"n:- t m 1 1 a I .1' r.k r .
Toiur.ituoe ,, p, ra-te........ 4-- [ '.Ir t & ('.., ind l Iv l ii 1. r--i r.-u..- :i. l irepi.:i .-
Tile O uion r oilved .,r. _if n v.ry i -rior" ,uali- iil, 1,-1- ,u-3, t til n t., .,'. i I n.,_yi,.s,
it q u it- ahmh...rv I,'" .I .ai tia ri hii ,. L ite--r oi t, lim gl that a; lI iuin-, .
t-, q tite- stipp..'rr ii own ri -'l. :n-i ilit- uii-st l'., |li ,,- c ii. t -,.it-
Union- in tie Loudou M .irk t. J ue 2 :- IM alta 1',,l:. th- tmim ,. t tli r--lin--, :. C' was cn i cuc-u. ,r,:
ron iu 5 t i p l orcw t., P .,ta t.u s, M a lt a S p tirnn, fIr,:.u lnfl w-c i tli' t et: n t ha een t itl
ri i 'w P t ; L Sn t1, t*.iuj ,tly nia-rite-il s e-,...-. Mr. Ti.r iu...u wai, unit
8, tu 9. per .'' t. kui-nuwn in tlhe .'.im:t- mlt eirlv :- a msir:hanit,
Tar I.l-mrE., S.ILOR.- At a ,:, unult-tion ln1.1 -it t,-,,k a ct" ie t iute.-t in thle welfare ,,t tilt co0un-
the Military Hospital, St. Gtiorg'-', ou tl.- tighl t tvnot rti aud in,..mte .-pecially tlhe Towvu ot
of the 10th in,,r., by thi nt'eiical getntl,,-iuA in t- N1w Ahi H. lt.Il- iro,.Me ltuf l i.,tit
tenud-u. 't i onu Leopold A lgu s," ulf tl,. .r tIme i ri til-,. ,,.-iti. ,,t he T .,ideut tl d riluB hi
I-l.,/- it tac d i,-.Ml ti.,t th t. letf I -t l i o- l n .f the T1,.v u. nu an ihI, .
: I.'.t. ted. T',. t-upl* a ou was p-erfoiuie.l ,,u t 'h t, r' t I tt ,.- i iti,-4 *i' 'y 1r,,il t .,t a
i i"I tI- ..n' m 1 itne t repict enutati ,- ,Vf tic- tai. Xl.,,',-sr
following irmoruu-by Siu.-.,.u ll .dic, A.M.D., as- ,. tlid,.e t r-pi-euta 1-, o t dtasimx,..
sibted ly ."ur.ger-,u' hi,. l-,A.M.D., Dr.i H. Buttr-.t
field, very kindly c.ttent-il.d iiud u-it.,l at th ..- ------
atin:,. l'hi uau i- ','iu,-" ,nu wit-H, utit tie THE FOREIGN STEAMERS."
c.are auximu about him on .ce..onat of tile conlli,.ited Ma ErIror.-To read much that has appeared
natuie of hit iLjui-e.- and enes to he daily ncautll iini ht tihe Pni li
Sr T pt iiut, oh.:' u.ay .-.ulpp:s.e that, the Quebe' Sream.lmi[,
We reo.-ived froin Mr. Jihn J. Parker, ou Saturday oio.pany wr..-e a lbad of e.xtortionelms ald rol.ib-r.,
last a ,.upy' of his in.t-ul-od weekly .aper Ii -)1l w -, us edvryv artifi.-e to obtain friaihi anud p--
',Our Hoiue aud Fihe-.Kl: .J.ioU m ":l.'' X'e betr el', is ntern 't iinitn',eaon'ible 'rate,, an1 clipped tlh.-ir
saw hi l'. pi:,.e tu-s till wte mli-t witi it in th,. jp.r fingers into thp- Public ('Le',t 1. / / ',,, givluin lit-
seit uit H ,- h n- iad,.p.ti :, -tyle, wl.i-ii v.'. ,.,u,..'il- t -,. ,'r u,,,iuL. in r t' urt., nud 'a ,lir.'itlv mi min *lu2
er bothW .-x.n- '.'fl I ,...nri',t.-' n- will I ,,!,.ll % their affairs as to preclude all others from particip-
with Mr. lParker'z reqi.-t. .i '" .exhL'mnUgiUn-.'" a, in,. Alth,..,i 2h-ilinu fi,:m Q, rhi and flying
-ti. THE B EVENIN he Bitih tiv are ofteu alluil1?d t.o) a, a
fli-- F.L.iti'l. if THi:' t n.LIA\ .\-EMM; iy j For.igu Linte. Wo'e ini.lit alu,,t ima'siun. that thec
the L.ilivs ...f Illr. Meth dit (',..-u.'r-.ati: in tie ip)-r w nuldl refuse to eiit).ul:teI inut.uhI th lit eman-
ba---limeIt ...f tinheir Churlcha il tlii- Tovm.-I-[.,.. A- at<- from ,c:,rrinsp..uulets, who, for the '" libert v ot
rV-rti--emi..ut .,un 1.l a.-'. the press" elaim unliite' liin.ui-c, lnd huld up to
-- ipuili. ii-f'ir, uot to-i t tv.liunm. a r-p..t 'bl.d- ani
DEMlr._ira.-W*'" harlvt- I'cu ff rv.r,:d with) th. tI:.1- s l,.spunil: St-am-chip Couioauv, thaic h1.- been
l:xiiing.:.xtract from ** Murkit Reptit" toIae.irild I working.' faithfully in the -erlice of our faruuiri
I.y Mt-.--'i-, A. W. Perot & .''.., datl, D miir.ur-a, i aid imliprti-'s tor mauy years. Now let us a
imth May, s'2-- :- i ., ti,. e cat l,,- pa..t movaItme ...-'f St.eanu.'hip i thi,
SD)E.t Sir.,-Th'e En'-lish Mimil dirue i.nce -i- .-itmuda Se-vice, aiI.1 compare it with thle present
yesterday has- ui.,t arritr-d up .t,., :.,n, to 1,.1-., p..itiou of thi F, -rei.u Conmpauy. The little
diu,.i.. .-' ucilhly very' quiet. The wi:- thur ti-S Steamer Merliu" anud two or three 4istercraft run -
bet-n aiowet'ry with co-,il bre:/'-:s, .oni we h,.. ar .,f ni, by the Cunan at. different ti L.e were
f'rrsh c.i-,,:( o4 Fever." employed uuiil it was found time isrcviL:e didlu't pay,
and it was abandoned. With stcam still on the
rl Remember the niieetiun of the BERMUTDA brain, sore of our people". lIe-eac-me enaniouied of
STEAMSHIP CO., ct ME:U.' trcI 'Hi-IALL, H.IIL- the "Feah-Kee" and] purchased her, aud I h-ave
roN, n M3IoyDAY' hie..t, the ii.t., at 4 p.m. s >i .ie of oir erathu--i.-tics to euqui.'e of tlie Owners.
: ---- ; th~e reult of that .peculatioun, although in the
The newly electt:d rnim.i'.er of tlih Hounoiurabl hbandh of the present indefatigable agc-ut, of the
Ikt:iet of Aeiimily tor '-" irwiek, \William i-Heniv tQibee Company. V'.,90 per unnurn for a suit-
Huglhe-, Euqir., entertaiui:d li.- suapporter-'s:iud otlihe- able Boat to transport our produce the offer wa~s
tii,-u's at .liuurcait lilt .w i .liden.. iu W.irtwi.k spread far and wide through the United State., in
'Pairi-.-f'&Jt ia-" 'r a-tii'ipatinu that it would be cutght at s a
:-I. '. i -- -- aIpple Not, iuowever, until the Briti-h Consul''was lhi:.l-l in Somnerset Pari-h, oun urged it upon a personal friend to try the exp,-ri-
thT'1-tl'i" iirstaut, b h-toi. Tlihe.i. J. Li'itlii..'urn, int did we get a party to a.ceept it tor that miser-
Esqr., Coronur, on view of ithe udy of B.-rvu able apology of anaOceauStcamer 4 Sau Francisco"
T.hompsonu, who died suili-enly on:u the iiioriiu. of o 'whose history is tof suIlch recent occuirince that I
t .e sfiie day. Verdiet-Di-ied from",-s. n e,:d not go iuto it here, sultice it to say, that uot-
ouly did the come to grief, but nmauy of thIe.patrots.
1W e We have authority to say that thlie Naval priev-'I over the result of theirpatroniage. Several
AtMlkfic 'Sip'trt.,'ill t.ike pl.I.e at Irelrtul Islatul .:.u other followed, all of wihieh came to grief, without
the 2'2tl instant, iCoroui:tiou Davy,), .IatmuiUci';ng at getting any subsidy. But feeling a timely interc-e.t
12-3.1. A S6te-ar Lauun., ; for the ci.iui.vyau'.i. t tle in his Country's welfare, as well as iu his own, in-
Ofic.: -rs friend-t, who ,may \ni-hi to Ibe1 pre-enit, will duced the Quebec Company to ofler tihe "'Canima"''
leave Hfanilton at 12 u'.lock ; returning in the and she obtained a ,ubsidy of 2,000, for a term of
, .uin g when the Sport- acre tini.:h-ld. years, at the expiration of which new and extendled
-- -- adveitiserenuts anud exe-riious were ltroulit to bI-ar,
By the overwhelptul'ig majority oi 352. the Free but the .... tender c iio from the Quth-ec Cor.-
Church Geuera'Aemhlhly decltned itself u un Ttues- pany. The Legislaturo brought thbe Boaid of
day in liqour t-..Disestabli-ahunent. _The nuibern \w', rks inut existrui-c to whom -.emutntler waia,,,ii-
\tere--FoiPr.ncip'l Raii3's views, 472, ardrir J Sir n ritt d, ul' minMo the giuidan.i.- cf on r lI te
H,.ur,' lnciredifd ,t' otic' u in favoIur of I the p lciple Gv.,cr~re, Sir R.,bt. I.It.iu, wvlmi touk a mo-t lively '
.. a churchh Ental lithlteur, rend conimhli.uatodr'' cit iit,. t-r,:ist and pridle iu the ..I,':- t, the ti'pre--ut ct .ni .t
the Dise:-tablislnic..-nt aitnildirioi, onl) 12'. Ilute, ei.-.s wa.w mat-I iu -a'h d:.i'iaude'! fitr;1 a, to briur lg:.rth
(',uati'ts May'"-. '.- thl lp[letuJid bteamier Oriuo.o"-tho work of th

-Coiurt of Vice A.dmiralty.
i; ,, ; Z.. H ..U. Jo-iah R ee-, ." ,,'., ..:
17iU JT.'NE, l'.I2
H is H ,,ut th-- .It, e ,- I.iv red .Jd Tid-m.i.'-ut :,- f..l-
I thth r- t '- -ir :ei of -i ,..f thI.o- ri'-iu I d-
vmi a swe-ic.., ._ I a r\- tii.- it;,riouis ,: h r.a i tr' iud.l ,
Onii.: .ac -'ar',_-ly .p'-.k 'of thI-mm with t,,: i i lt l 1. 'l-t.
Six it-m n iwt-ui t ._it iu a' Pil..t B i-t iU ',-'iy t... -
-1.. -tuLi- v r, :it i-"', t li-k t. th.i lrivt- I, i:-
1..-i .r u-a itL .-1 th.At th-L- wIV liv:iu n p '.-r n, ou
1.... d ...t th. .-1.r; '.
T h t ,.w -r .,l r- w.. t h:, Stte.ini T it-' m in-t -.m' -.
in as -ei. ud -aver-,
Aftt-r :_-i tiu ,:pin ex e s ;u 1 ,.-1d .:ti, n : ,r- tak,:u the sinuis t..r whi,:h thi Vl hip au.l t..Tr'.., 1t--
p :ttiv lyv, -,...d tlheri re'in.a-lh- :
As th. .:,f the -hlip ......... 5.1)'' ,
A.-s thel- pro.:-ed.iof the e:u-ro....... 15o 11 11
Mclikiu: t,:,.-ther the tulilinof 4.21' :. 11
There ior-- ten oric-'iual eadvlars in.t.liu th,: f.i iin
,owt ler-s of tlie Pilo:t ',.-It, aud six sei.:.ud l salv:rs um-
liitiug th.:- w-iur oif tit. Stf- i Tirw-inu aill
I .tt.,rd tile SUt t it l i 4 as '.e. that is. a:,.
out of tlte- proceeds iof thim- -hap au, tl l[ii.5 out of the
pro.c',eeds ot the ir.k : the l,- oriental -:dalvr t'O tIak'
t ll ii an thti e f ....iin ,alv'.r- :i' ..i
The it ; n.i,.ui t aw.',did ft, thi e...'-'.ud -Oalv rs i.- t,
l. 1. f.:1,l.,-, -
T11he O(i'-:r 'fi thic- St-:itm Tt'f.ts ik ti. h.vt," t6, the
. MI U-t,--r t.' '-u l thai leit :aituiu'' -_itlli ..'f t' is t.i 1 ..i-
j vi~i,:-., a i.,.,,,.- rt the ,l v iu th,: prop, ititi,,o. f pi th,-h
i i,:.-.,'tivtc iat r.
i With -:- ,.rd to. the l n1 award-.l to th- o :riih.d
- duth rs, I .iUre.t tic it it -h.d l i,-. -,1poati... !. :a.- 1 t:l-

June 5.
Dur nx, ,Jitne 11 .--The IrishEilhops have issued
an irmportaut address to their flu.-ks, plomiisius the
suippoit of the clergy to the people in peacefully
agitatiug for their right-, but conlemniui'r anc the
woot enemies to tlie '.ountrv men who re&r-cnmteurl
illegal eoure.-', p.util.uarly thics.. belonging to
secret I.'i-i ti.s. Tho Bishop-, eoudenimu th recent
horrible murunlers, but believe thly were due to
E'. ;, whi,.h it is the duty of the Government
to atop at any cost.
A despatch from Alexandria reports that the7:
Surgeon attached to the Briti-h man-of-war Superb
was badly wounded in the liots yesterday.
Thirty-five deaths frim yellow fever occurred iu
Havana during the week euded Friday night,
June 9.
Queen Victoria has, sent a dispatch heartily
thauking the womeu of Canada for their addre.-s
relative to the late attempt. upon her life.
The damage to the United St:ates ship Alett by
collision wilh the Japauese '-hip Jingei-Kuwan i-k
111ii.01ii, whic-h the Japanese Governinitat off-redl to
pay. The offer was courteously dc-liued.
Loi d Kimberly, C'oloniial Secretary, intimated
that rnvl a-e:t will be Civeu to the Canadian De-
ceased Wife', Sister's bill.
The House of Lords has again tijected the bill
legaliz.iug uiarri:age with a deteas-ed ife'. -i-ter
the vote bkin,- 12i' to 13-2.
Guiteau publishesa heard saying that lie is satis-
fled with Mr. Reed's imaunagem'nt of the ca-e. Niti.
R-eedl i.s -till confident of his ability to Gui-
tearu'- life, hIut -Iys that if he fail theptii--ner will
go to tle briv, ly.
P. E. I.-1.Au.1, .tu.: i,.- I-... -til phl-uty ;il,:ug tlt .
,'., -t.
E ir.r, .rTuun- .-TIh' l...:tly o -f (G.irib,4 li
-':ai- ',t tiu ','iicnshioit ;iL.d 1 .,y' n.'-t wv.oui .-.
Rl.- JANEIFr.. May 21, 1S2 -P-rom the River
PlI-te .- -a,.-s th." new- of the murd, ri of the Freu,:hI
explorer Dr. Jul[-- Crevaur aud nil hi- party--
s-ev utein iu ill-ltv thle Ol.-ihI Iumlirmns of the Pilio-
may,-, iu BiD li, ia. Dr'. C er-v'ivan utter t.-sploring
t rt n heru tiibutarie-, of the Amnaiz.:u, w-'i en-
giz..d'l in i-xploring the southi-ti ones aud the
uorthi-nru on,:- :f tihe Riv-r Plate:. H:' was a-ieun'l-
ing the Pilconiayo to its -.:,mrce- whi-in ent

SA Su)pplenme-nt of Five Col-
utuns ai:-ciriilanies thi i.-i, e 'f tth.? "- G.a,.:.t,. "
It ( intaius thli- proce, .dint '- .if the H.:'nbil:'.
Lt.'ilative Council iu the 16jth ; and thie lpro-
'.e-lints .:f the:. Hon-tbl. Hlns- o..f As.sembiiy o:in
the I'th atrid l9th in.-tant. Dlitri blution of the
CGnitv,' A-ward. Dav itt's R t.' Plaius. Ri,-cceipt
of N,-w Y'orlk papers per Oriinociiai .' Mor-
assass s i nati in 'land. kMuc-r-i'oti., Riots ini
Es'y'lt. l"o6ardlv Eniglii Poli,;iy to\ttard
E ,t. T w o o uiu ic ti ,,n ( :1 thi> E d itor.
and much other inters- wiiL m:itter. ;

DERTH. at F-' ,lkt.-,t, -,.:.iiu the ). it al'y,
MMs. JOHN KY?.t:- ..f .1 D 'ii hlt.-'.


Furniture Sale
At Pl).i1li. Auc.tio,'i oni the 5t.hI
tuly, at th.- Residt nc,:' of M1. ALUN/ZO PEN-
Ir,"-N. Flatt- whlo i- alb...uti I.'. let'.-,i' the. se

Superior aiirl Well Kept


Kitclihen UTENILS


b R I .1 I '.- t IA
Strawberries & l hu a-rlzJM ^y-1 p

TUST (ie,'eivell frron NL.w r RK, FRESII -; Y A C T 0 N

Foi S-ale (liucc .
,7. THO lP SOjN

line however ftL.ia the beginning hariug beeu per-
formed with the greater punctuality, and satis-
faction to the communiuity, who have been enabled
to travel most safely an'. pleasantly, and to have
their' Colouial Produ:i.e transported in good order. i
thflir importations '-upplid to their expectation- :
the Mails brought and 'carried with a dispatchlI and
punctuality never known bet:r.: : and the rate of:.f
freight bel/.,' what the Cod,'let with thi- Board of
Works authorized the Company to charge. Now
why all thi.- lhie and ,.ryv aboat '"thi Company
rinhing the country, taking all the money out of
-it, and briuninsh unothltiul bl. ck a an equivalent. o'
that tie couutit it. fast siuking, nalu uothiug but
' Our People-. Steamer cau save it .'".
11hat would have beeu thlie ouditi.o'u of them
tarningu interet-t, but for thi. ,secould i.otract with
the Q4ibe.; Co., when u.) other tender wa. rlade i
We mnuit have c-hartered (during the crop season
ouly) whatever we could have pi,:-ked up, aud been
at the ship's inercy-z'ood or bad-ta-t or _slow.
Thi line cousi.t. of Boat,, t.'.) of which be-
sides the Oriuoco," have becu accepted by the
Board of Worki after examiuationu, as suitable to
carry pas~eng-er- mails, and freight: aun the other
thrtce as fit fi',r the tra-nspo tatiion of C'lonial Pro-
duce and mer:h iudize. Will it Ibe for the welfare
nud al eommnnodatiou of the country to get rid of
this Company for nio fault except' that they have
1.),--n well pecil for d,'aiuz their wo-rk w-1ll, iu com-
plinuce with their ecuntract, to take the ch/,nice of
charteriung others- till the country 'inu supplyy it-elf
with one or rpo>-ibly after a lapse of time, with
two ioats of its own, oue of \wliih iu all proba-
I.lility will be on their ha udn oue half of each year
uuiecoployEi.': Is- it not better to "' bear the ills we
h.v-, that fly to t.hl:,e weO k'nw not- of?" If this
reliable line is funding, too tmn.:h profit, let the
C,1.:umy before entetiuix into nuotlhr coutra':t re-
quire lower terms of freight. I believe that the
Colony is mu,:h indebted to this Company for its

Queen Street.
Jui 19I, 188-2-I


held at the MEtHANI<-'e' 'H:T-fLc-Huim- "
ilton, on MONDAY, 23th June inst., at 4
'hClock, p.m.. to receive the report of the Coci-
Imittee appointed at th.- t-i-at day of Meeting,
and the List of Subsciibur.- to the propo-sed
Bermuda Steamship Company. li
By order of the Chairman.

Hamilton, 12th June, 1882,

t-res.ted ;Ire en 'm stly invitel:l to


Wanted to Purehase,
200 Bls. Second Size


This Day, Tuesday;
The 2 Ith Instant, at 1P2 o'clock,
95 Barrels DITTO,
(Rfetilled from Danmagetl ,an. Leaky Cases.
A Lot Empty PetroleumCases.
The same :"cglo ''Thi'IELLY"fiT" p.,rfion of
Cargo ilatiagei. ,:u board tlhe Italian Bark
SEun-lia Fiali.i," A. Ni':.olni, 'iast'l-r. which
V-,ael lput into this Port in distress on a voy-
age from New York b6und to Constant inople.

ASt.'1 iJoimer.
St. Georges, June 20, 1'52.

At tia EEgmporilIm,
Front Street, Hamilton,

To-Morrow, WVednesday,
Th. .'lz t iw t.., comalunt.-ynui: at 11 n.m.,
A Large andl Varied assortment of

PO T AT 0 ES Ci ? :
For the Deuierara Market. l
-,,. .t --=
B. IF. JVALKER 4. CO. And Miscell ulS Effects.
Hamiltou, .June 1i, isl2.-1
NOtle. Awctioneer.

S HE HOUSE and Seven acres of
-EL A D LAND inu ',urrck P,, ni.
Il lately occupied by MR-i. (Jo(iN F.
Z::'2 AVILLIAMS o11:t having- b.eeu sold oI
Wedn-sdyl 7th Instant, I am instructed by
the Executors of the Will of the late Freder-
To again offer the same for Sale
either as a whole or in lots to suit 1pur-
I-a seis.
20ith June, 18S2.--2 3rd p. unless countormid.


ryTR.ING the ensuing month we
Shall iak:- iiquite a Redul.tion in the
Price of our Harnliess St.tock, &c.,
Anwl advie- those in want of sneuh Goods to
Iive Is aln e:1il ctll.
Reid Street, June l:, 1S'2 -3 :p

Superior Kerosene,
Home Ligoht
'rO le obtained at the Subseriber's. Pur-
Sclhasers c-an rely on getting a Goo.1 and.l
Reliable' article. None of the Oil sold by
Auction was purcharted by him.
45 FronI *treert
Hamilton. JJune, 1 S2.-I

For Sale.

.l Superior
B .f.Heavy Drauglht,

FIree fromI vice.
For further ii foriuation pply at ilie R.)P/at

lievurishire, J ine 2lh, 1s 2.-2pd


A HORSE DONKEY, very quiet,
(a child might manage him.)
Also, a WAGON and HARNESS to suit-
quite new.
For Pric-e. &-., please apply at the Offi'e of
this paper .
Hamiltou, J une -20th, 1882.-twice


COWS an,1 BOAT FOR DEMERAR A Partic.ulais of -al.k in next week-s Ga- r
zt ,-te,." THE BRI'T.
B. V .IVALhKE14 4 co., T. A. PITT."
Auctioneers. H.TLtL, tl r 's

Hamilion, ..fune .IP, 182.

For Rent.
That DJe-.irable

With Stable ;n,[ Outliounses in Paget Parish,
known ai
< sI E` Ia, IV "1 1S E -
With the Lnud iuiutedi.,Ately adjoAinsi- it. on
whit '.h their' e c,:i several valuable- fruit, t,-es.
iie'litii i.tte l..ise.-si-.'in given.
For further partii:.ulars apply I..)
Hatil] ton.
Hamilton 5tlth Jiun, l.SS-.-J, & 20 Jy 4 3 p

Expected to arrive from New York i ait few
day-t: will loadl with dispatc-h for Denieraura
to return via Barbados.
Parties wishing to en.'age Freight twill
pleas make early application to
H.tniltou, J.une 10, 18S2.

Hamilton, June 20, 1852,

Valuable Real Estate in
_andv's Pari-h 1ior Sale.


On Wednesday,
The 21st. June. instant, at 12 o'clock. M.,
Will be Offered for Sale,

A LL that TRACT OF LAND in Sndy: Pa-
lish tstiaiit:-d t>.. of which a large prop.,:rtion is excellent Ar..
ble Laud ; boundd ..1n the ..Y,-.!, an.. E.>.Jy-
the Great Sound. on the ,mi/tl1 by Land --
of Adri.nina All,bnov Kinu.-, n:,w or nl;te ,:f lqte
Miller, n Lau i ,t '.f Daiiil -r.bbeit Tuck-c,
an'd Ia Crou-.s R-:.tid running. to,_i-g_'. B:iy,
and on the 1,.! I)Yv Land' now or lat- ...f the c.r 'd.-vistees ,of Alexaine-i .Itiire- Lig-ht-
bouiai and ii.]i-h ir,i Fi..n ,l Butirows, -ini L,-and
i,,iw Ior iat-_ of 3t 4ph,-n Nurtoni, or howv"-ver
otli,?v'-i-: ti.: -;iil laind lu. ,v I boun ,,,ded or
ou0h1 t to b. l d-selrii..:-. with the'

al' i I b Rouse
And Out houis- thi'reon.
There ale tquarrites -at hard anid sitt stone.
two Limnekiins, and a Nursery of .oiuin'Cedars
on thie Lind. and tflit Prc'p.rty is r.-y of a'-
c.-ss either by, i:,r water.
Aucti,, 1 ,-'_' l s.
Hamilton. lith .Jui,-.. 1SS2.--2 31,

The Uiidersiogied
Has been iristruetedl :hy the Exec:.-
turs to the wilt ofr ihe lane FRI)EIrCICK
P.INTI'LN, Deceased, V'OC SELL.

1 ihb July, I- S2, n;t clock,
Tlit sLtib,-taiitial well kept

^DWI House
Silu ie at W esterii end f:, Chlii'rhl Strteet, Hani-
ilioin n-i.1 n,! inh tlie u L.up-ii on iii' IMr.lAke.
A LSi >,
A t(OT )'l'.At; ou suie -ir n et uoarlv oppit-ite
(Jovernmenti B.k--r -amid a I'UlILit;IN. I ,.T
adj'iIting, 50 by 100 leel.
I'eri.s :,nd (Oi.liitins L ade known uil ime of
Sale. '
Th'le above' offer Itar Clainiqo Jr iSpecult-
.(rs to buy 'Io'u- n ['roperty. .


St. George's, 19tlh June, 188-2.

For Sale,,

S' The entire I -irse.

e 8 e.years old, .. .
S..unl arnd kind ini all hiarneI aid -a.gcod ira-
veli.r. '
S his animal is a thoroughbred -Mlorgan H'urse.
aud %till -be wouldd to ani-a'ppircovetd.i- Purchlt'ser oii
eccomiumniolaiiotg lei- s. .1, .-" ,., .
JO.-N F. BUJ.RO s.

Cricke t V tsHamilton, 19th June, i882.-'2y,
Cricket uats, ..... .

BALLS and STUui S, V j I O geto. '
Selling, at REDUCED i1. ES I, ; .Ir- Avenue.
R' D Co --- -oii a.\it 0,- S i. JEiala. .
lit the Royal Gazette Statlion;ary "'.tore. i',.r f'eit'h-ir ii-iciil.' ..
(Some BA7TS' alf price) THOM AS GR I E1-
H ainilton, March 8, 1SS2. Iiancillor, .hie ico, 1ay2. -
7 ,


* ^




'INDlER-MlC( NE 0,

At 1 o' locl, I .p n.,

- ~. in- ,~~~,


A Pair of iF'inte-Bay
C.'-, 'C.' -in 7t.A5b

l; Hanil< high.
The 'Property rir ,' G cntler.,ia ,bout Ito le ve
Ilmeie I'lanls.
Atl" iotit 'er;,.
liamilton, June 19. I, 'u'.

By Public Auction,
At 12 o'.lo' ck, M.,.

On T next,
rlhe ii :n instant,
B .-, r;'naus Wriiping PAPER
10 BI. Pilot n.l Navy rjREAD
2 I.I l' :.s.- :s tt,:l 'i '*.m. CAKES andl BIl '-
CUITS, n:w lw limn.'- from n teamshi1,
o" "-ri lr f f ,
2.5 Tins BUTTEIR. 5 and 10lIts. racll
oi00 Lh-. .Jamai.'i Greien GINGERI
5 Drt'icns Haliti CODFISHi
;ji Cas-. I.' K '-ro..l-no ii IL
1 Sot (al' WIHEELS
1 Market "\A(\GON
1 Bay

1 Case Containinog
150 Pair of Fine Linen DUCK PANTS, cs--
pecci-lly mau I' fo'r Navy nuse.

A Lot of DRY G(OODr .
&,.., &e., &e.
B. W. WALKER & CO(0.,
.'\ tin-.ri i .r'.' .
-hi iimiltou, .uuun Ii 1 $2.
US -
".'7_-R I,'-'?- vp - n '..4

By auction, will be

Sold at

JIFUNIT'NNI 131 r- w'. ,
In this Town; at 12 o'clock, on
Thursday Next,
The 22-7'.1 Inst..


J 0o L A,:
(As it floats) with' all watet iials on board.
This Hulk is tiayht ani mLay b., towel t.o ytiy
part :,f the Island.
The Bottom is coppe-r fasti:.nv'.l 1in1d coveI'rei
with Zilmc.
St. Georgr.s. Jun t- 14 188-2.


Good Bargains fIr All!

Auction Sale of Drv Goods an'l
F i.rnit-ur .

At P

Undersignied Will, Sell,
u b 1 i c A u c t i o n,

-I i.; -. .'*,
Jun. "3. M.N
At'the Storu lately o.:e'upi .1 by Messrs. Bell
.& Young', W.i-,t F'ront Street.
A Vjlual-elA' Lut of DI LY GOODS, which Iiuste
1.I Sold to i:lose ioi.nisi:giiuLrt.
C'.'i, sistiiig ot :
LADIES Dres G()OD, ke.
if wP'ih White Din,:I;:-PANTS
And other thling's tuo llilil.-rotns to,mention.
Beliiging to a Lady who is bral:ing up house i-'
I Extension Dining TABLE I Clo.k
Suidir,'mall TABLE-. I SOFA
I WHATNOT i i Cane beat CHAIRS
I I urge Mleat'SAFE
BED; "TEAD,. Large and Small
MIa' Lutiiip- 4 \ushist'.anlls
Lookulg GLASS
A variety of CRuCKERY and GLASSWARE
1 cooking S [OVE, nearly newl
Kitehe-n UTENSILS'
l''Kii:.then 'Tablle amid ('halis amid rion B-.l-


Juno 20, 1SS'2.-1

Cheapp Reading.
A few copies ,f tli,. SUNBEAM
R ,'e-iv,-d froui Linjdi. n idI tu S.le at 1" Royal (-o .
zette' Statioaery Store.

livn_' ,m C L ATIM iauinst

p I -'Xo.

(BY fli,-N t-W (10V E R. N R'I' Nho i.s
-"zXoJt,i d (i1t",fi l'T'j O'011 I2n-1 JJul\)

F01' .ImZ['tietljiS111-111imY to COU.:'NEI. G)IRD,o;~

AFor R-eit,
A. \A;1lua1.'le Truu'ot or FA I3MJMN(}
-Ituate'l iu Southampton Patrih, and~ known aa

A.Ii I abntout `0) lcr'c-'. !od 1 i.. 0.1" I. Sitabbl.~ m'.-'mrs
will bt put LI t B ilding., fur .inn P i.- p9'-m pi -? ,d in-a ut.
1 .W EED i OftuV gatli''rrel in ti~~illal
'Iul itlhli..'. 'a Hit ,r..ljre,' of thii :.".et Lm'l the
L-inni Vlm~i-btlmertor,l-uu vr~v pu ctv

For I tbti U tjP'auafora o c1,2 ove
will bt e. i'CL. 'I'i it Illy 'hibru til. 12.iih, v Ir. u11
2.M4b Jne
Tue Uudersicgned do-.- nut. bind binmself to accqp
the highest orat' an 'Ieudtv.

Intlend ~lLeovin'., Ber'mutda oil
B'.- illuc ml(.11'.ib..inut 7th JrLIl prtoxq..
amn'l shall i.--babi'l'c be libit itboutitwto"
I have, to request that fillPr~n for whotii
I havte busine-ss iilhanl will i.s-e me or ecimmu-
RiC.Inttn With M-1-' abOult it at1tins'PS i'l 11a 'lot W;;
All ACCOUNTS whichi I lmu.o in hiand 1for
cin~~anle ti alwhich are inot .,ati~fae~tk.rily
On or bcJore the '-ISM.Itnstanti
will be i h ,',l wi thoutft t'iu' er not i.:o r .laV'Il
'2110h .Junt-, I '3S2.-2 ;p1

v- s' ank,
Of Halifax, N.S.
I N aceur.!a..c. millfii te alfotiiinictit in taes.e
col um s oi 22u I Apr~il I a-', aniiA.,eticy uj
tie '11.0%V1.111k 11.16 ~ Ill" Tiii (In' h-invii oed jin mY' O-
tic- where a Geineral H anihw:ia Etusiinss willtI~e
Drl~riis --midol lonLondon, Now Yol k, lBs Ioii
Montreal. N eVa 5't New Brunsnwic k and
Pi'IN~ ut .d wa ml Ilalitl.
Bildis r.XU1U' E rdiaii 4 hiC~lZSf d.
I ntere.t'-11 IHONVed on01) o~
A meri':an a nd l'oleigii Gold E'chatiged.
Bills Dioccacou ed, &. ,&e.
Agrents in London, Iimper'ial Bankc,
New Yorhk. 0o' New~ York,
calada,h l Ierd id ut; h .iak h' Ca -
OliCe I1louiS 10 a ml. t0 3 r'.w.
A' 3d. fiUTTEIj?FIED,

Ollice at ICE i;OUSE, 'Eat Dr-,adwa)y.
rpT HE Subsceril,-ers woiilJ rs-i.eel ullyy ioifoiin
l hIe piOple of litlmu O lto|m "ni1 i| i lit"' liit
they Aru 110A prepa,'l t oI :i-iILiiJ W i i1ll 'id-Irh
for Ice it a firl'st clas liii ii'ne l aid at tlhu
able price (if t'hill'- i ei.ny p ir p tund.
\V'e i ill keep cot isiiIlly I liihanI at theo New
Ice House, East I-roa-lway, a upplpy ol IC E
throun houim the year tir the t,oini.crit ,' our I.-
toniers who may requi.le l..e iduriu' i v viiti,.r
By prompt attention to oir cu-tuierms and
striet aiteniei tin our b*hI ins-.. wti I.) rt-
oeihe a sh'ire of lie i'Filjic p:itrOinge.
Ice delivered diliiy ( .-uniilays e eepted) in
ilaiuiloi uniand viciiim .
N. ;.-.1-] li tIO U.-Ul'. open i'roi 7 ; to
t;':30 p ll. dnilly, ~nlidal. -h keptid, Wmlhein ii
i ill be open froui S to .
.Fad BroadwIiay, itHat)ii.
June 2U, 1 02.-i'.


Will be held by the LADIES OF
in tlic iaemeniit of' their Chirchl, onil
This Tuesday Evening,
20 th inst.
Strawberries from n A'ew York will
Ie ,providEd, f're h and sveet.
IC1E CR EAlMS. IIEFU ErSillMNTS, &e., &c.
SINGING at Inter-ial by the Choir.
DOORS Open at 7 p. in. Admission Siy-
pence ; Children hIalf price.
Ialniilt.on, June i- 185..- '

Ice Creams! Ice Creams!!
For the .11illion.

Will 1we held tt LOLLY'S Wiii, Har-
ringtoii Soundl

2iu.i I nstani,
In aid ,.f tlie Si? itl's I'.,rih School.
!ENN I'S olaill kinds
Taldiesf u' USIFL aind FANCY ARTICLl '-.
Mierinlai.l's GRi_.TTO,
N,-l-tuLnr' s CAVE,
.\nid many other ..t\ir.cionis.
A. B1AND OF MUSIC will be in .ittendaiice.
I-n,ir.mice Fee .: the gate 6.1.. Children hall
( ate %ill be open at i P. IM.
Good aecoumiiiindon tfor Horses and Car-
Smiithi June 13,. 18I 2.-'2 .31).

A GARDEN PARTY will be gi-
A ven at lhe rAbove place by the T1': \Cti-
ElI4S of the ST. JO1 N'S, PEMLP Bl1iOKF.

On Tuesday next,
27th Instaur,
Commencing at -'30) p.m.
There will be on thi., Gronids.a FANCy
Boat., l provi'ile for' rowing 011 the
IliluniinatioLis 1,.y CHINISEL LINf 'EliN 4.
RIE FItF lliI EN I'S. cosititiing ,' Tea, Curl'ee,
oada 0\ aiter, le. Cream, Fruit Cake, Sand-
wiche-, &'e., will lh pnii led.
Admi-ou io lio ie ouiM(d- Oid., ('hildreuc
Half Pi'ict.
Steaneor .." Moondynic" ill leave
liam1ilhion, c:dling at -alt Kvttle, Pa et as '-
lews :-
4'.!,, p.m., 5-30 p.n., 6-30 p.m., 7";- p.m.
Return Iekets by Steimain-r, including aili-iii
s;on, to gru4iiiil ; i t b ob.uined. :i Mr-
liivL L's andiJ Ir.. 1'. II. i EN.SUN'd, Flroit Slt.
Proceeds il aid of the Suitd.ty Sclool Build-
ig Finid.
liamiltoin, Jnm e 20, ,18i'2.

. A good time among the

By the Memliors anii F'Fieids 0of the
BA.Y, on thie atterniooii of the
At DAISY LAND, bor..lerinn; on th. Ro.I.l
leading to Hauiilton Pii'-.l Church.
Rolt're-ltiitConsiitii,, of TEA, COFFEE,.
varioiius kind, CONFE(' rIONARY, CAKE of
all sorts, -ANDWICifES, HAM POULTRY,
OYSTERS. &c.. will be provided.
Pavilii.-,s will be er'ct,:.,l ou the glrou ld,
which will l.,- brilliantly lig'htedt ,.liliin tho
'ihe Plices of Entertainment will b>e indi-
cat-,:l by Flag.s.



.Tune 20, 1S-,2.

Under the Piltronllage ol the Rector
.. I- ---I .. i. .. . t" C .-

New York .l1ail Steamer.


S@ rtfSnoCo,
mill leave Halmilton for YAewV
At 1 1) m.,
22ind June, 1882.
To leave thence for return on the 29th June.
Specio on Freight and Parcels will be received
UIitil 6 p.m., Wednesdayy 21st June.
F'reighlt until (I p.m., Wednesday, 1st June.
Bills of Lading will be signed until 10 a.m.,
22nd June.
P i'e,,ener St:tig. will le removed at 30 min-
ies past noon, :'2,id June.
Pi'ssenners holding Foreign Return Tickets
are requested to have them endorsed by thio un-1-

lanmilron, Hermuuda, 0th June, 1882.


Notice to Importers.

NIIOM TllS IDATE, until further notie.
will he learned d at 5 p. w. on the ''Tuesdans after
Ilii depairtule of 'the New York Mail Steamer.
Imipi teis who iiqueiietel to elip outt this alertisement and
pol it in sig t 1'for coutiru:l refl'renee.
I aunilion, iermuda, :3rd p.
2utl. June, 1882. (2 *rd p.
Colonist twice 3rd page.

Owner Wanted!

For two (2)

Cases MIerchandise,

Diamond A
Numbered 62 and (3, arrived per -- Olinoco,'
5th June, 18S2.
Claimant to exhibit Bill of Lading and pass
Entry. paying all charges before delivery of
the Goods.
Agents (A. S. S. Co!.
Hamiltomn, Bermuda.. ) I
June 20, 1:3-..,2. J

Colonist once.

PARTIES interested in the Ship-
mi-ent of Onions to London malle via
New York, on 20th April, ar n t aiv.l I,), the
S. S. ('aCli'orni.t" in London. Ilth May.
188.2, ate I epettfully re:iquestedi to c.lll atinl rie-
ceive the proceeds during thle curre-nt week.
detailed statements of Sale having.beeU receiv-
el to-day.
Jane 19, I882.-1 --
Gazette only.

The Schooner

Expected to arrive this week ; will load with
dispatch for lDenerara to call at Barbados on
her way hack.
i'ersons ih:at h ive engaged Freight or parties
that wi..h to ship by this vessel, will please pli'e
ilheir Goods under the BEa~ern eid of the Uig
thed, \hlien receipts will be given'if required.
Il.iamilton, June '0, IS82. -2 3p
Offer to Sell the
Portland BOX CARGO,
D)ctained at Fernandina, Florida, until too late
for the Season of 168`2.
rp ll IImndersigied being afraid to keep, in
-- Shiokls, the above nmnlt.ioned Careo until
IS 3, nake tie lhillkiwing advantageous offer to
Fa-'ior- whlo desire to make Boxes during the
tni n ien' Luouth .,
BOX MlA.TEIAL, Lor Oiolon Btoxes, in)
Ll ts o' l 'ojl to approved Custlouirs at 5d.
each, pmy.iable ;0Uilh April, 1883.
Iol3 liur imn diliito c:ishi in single hundreds
5iJ, eichi. IDelieries tilndcr this latter head will
not ho madile until ti Cashl has been paid.
rh;s rIllfer will bhe witlihdrawnil on t)llt June
aiil tlLh 'i.,terial will he opened, aired, and the
price advanced, as it cannot be imported for the
Irii'e numed under the ubove circumstances.
H.amiltou, Bermuda, June 6, 1a82.- 1130 p J.

,,not,,,,(I,, s Wanted
I Floral Exhi!bitionl Ie AN A P P R E N T I C0E
~eam! alid } aly [al', rlTo the Prinltino- Business.
l l l f e m- . -. .A _- .

N lint 1tie piLlac o t UJ1 L ari h l e orl i l.'I. Ul T l'l .,

On the 28th inst.,
In aid ot the addition tto the Roimu.
g Further p.arliculars se tHandbills.
Mi.nina 'er.

Retc~eived via New York, froni Lotn-:SnB uo1.l~.

First, Second, Thit'Id and Fourth A-I
CO.PY BOOKS, 1aSOi'tcd Lt IttUj iEiS. AI P -" N Rm E
.SLA'1'E VEINGCLD', &. Wanitad at -Rn.3 ,l 0 tzttv.. 0th
I-Iamitt.1u M 3t, S J 1'...ta3 0 I'

pi'ly at IoYAL GAZEr'TT: OFFicE.
Haiiliun, June 10, 188z'.

For Sale,

1I3. fe'ft keel, 1Bermuda built, with Mast,
Sail, Oars, Ballast, &cv.
Ayply to
Offike-QiQeen SLreet, Hamilton.
19th June, 1882.-1

Change in Somerset Mail
QCoach Route.

Colonial P Ofce,.,Q
hAMILTON, 17th Je 18e .

T HE PIBLIC are hereby informed that on
and after the Ist of July Next the Somer-
se t Mail Coach when travelling by the North
Road of I'nget will resume the formaor route and
travel by the cross road by Miss Friih'n Millin-
ery. Store, instead of as .now by.tlto Chapel
By order of the Administrator an Council,
Coloial Po'atmster.
33rd p.

Cominnissariat Office,
HAMILTON, itliJufnet ise2.
receive TENDERS in Duplicate up to 12,
Noo, '
22nd June, 1882,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for the
Purchase of the whole of the
At Prospect, .-,
For a period of 12 months from 1st July,- 1882,
Forms of Tender can be obtained between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily.
ves the right of rejecting any or all of the
A. C.G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer.

Commissariat Office,
fi.auirow, 1st June, 1882.

TENDERS for Building Two DINQEYS
-will be received at thisOffice, till 1., noon,
25th Jmne, 1883.
Forms of Tender and all necessary informa-
tion can be obtained at this Office between
10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily.
The above can be I ..I:..L for together or
The Senior Conmmimsariat Officer reserves the
right of rejecting any or all of the Tenders.
1 Sentur Commissariat Offter

Change ina the Postal De-

Colonial Post Ofice,
HAMILTON, 10th June, 1882.
CIL to improve the Postal Deliveries in these
Islands the public are hereby informed that
the following Changes will take place on the
st of JLIIY next:-
The Receiving Office on tho.Old Ferry Road
will be aboli-hed and that Distriiot included
in the St. George's Delivery-such District to
comprise St. George's Island and. Longbird
Island-the Delivery to be performed bythe
Letter-cekrrier employed at the St.. George's
Post Office. That a Pillar Letter Box will be
erected near the present Receiving Office. on
the Old Ferry Road which will be. cleared of
its coUtents by the Letter-carrier every morn.
iug before nine, and again in the afternoon
before the despatch of the Mail from St.
Mr. Wilkinson's Receiving House in Hamil-
ton Parish will be abolished and that District
added to the District of Bailey's Bay.
The limits of the Crawl Delivery will be ex-
tended up to, but not inclusive of, the resi-
dence of C. M. Allen, Esq., United.tates Con-
sul near the Flatts.
The Receiving House kept by Mr. Webb in
Smith'a 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 Ree.iving Office will be opened on
the South Road of Devonshire, to be kept by
Mrs. Webb, and letters, &c., will be forwarded
by the morning and afternoon nails both from
St. George's and Hamilton, for delivery
throughout that Parish.
Th., Eastern line of Delivery in Mr. P. M.
Cooper's IDistrict, .'outhampton, East-willbe
extended to the Parochial line of division be-
tween Warwick and Southampton.
3 3p 'Colonial Postmaster.
MAILS per S. S. Ori,.cl, e ose at fh Pot Office,
Hamilton, on Thursday next, 22ad inst., at 11 a.m.
-Late muails at. 1230.
FICE HAMILTON, 17th-Jun., ie9.-
M Anderson, Ruth Brown, F ABucklhy, Eliss.
beth Beeman, E Dabtgniia, Joseph Deshield, Robert
DeFowse, John Dores,- Wm H Enni', Antonio D
Foreira, Antonio J-de Freithbi~ F Frith, JB Gradt,
Sir James Gosling, E H Gilbert, ,Henry Hill, B-W
Hill, Joe Harrey, Barque" Induitrie," SSO"Jobh
son, E A Lightbourn, Antone Marshall, A Mailliard,
John McKay, J King Merritt,. Joha Manuel, .lame
Outerbridgte, Francii A Outerbridge, Capt Anders
Pedersen, Joseph Plant, Mary Ar.n Robinson, Chas
Richardson, Amanda Robinson, 14 Rimod, A
Stowe, Henry B Smith, James B Simops, Tpeos
Simmions, Raebhel Smith,. Gregory Smith, .Wm Sim.
mons, Josiah Smith, Israel J SALith, R B Simmons,
S G Simons, Julian Smith, D CTrotl, finry Tue.k
er, Charles H Webb, 'Thomas Wilson, J9seph We!.
POST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE'S, 19th June, 1882.
Andrew Burchell, Bi ig "li A Small," Barque
"Gay Head." George A Harley, M Kelhall,Nichola
Martinez, A S Ruos, Barque "Sarah," W Smitb
$01Wo8e01 William Mbartiu."


" .- -..... -- .. ......... .- t*l** -- ------_-- *

DR.' CLAflK.
ll.- l 1 f ..

.T 1.WE MAll.J
iBDysUpepsia Liev
i 8 Disease, IFet'er,
g1ue, .hev ma-
tismi, Drops,,
S B" Heart Disease,
S.Dlt'uis)ness, Yervot(s Debiliey, etc.
"ThBos tBt EM EDY KNOWN to Man !
00,000 Bottles
i &S Iuj)up possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Plyallne In the Saliva,
Which converts the Starch and Sugar or the
food into glucose. A deadeniicy in Ptyullne
au sese Wind and Souringr of the rood In the
asomah. ir the medicine Is taken lammedl-
S',elt.v after eating the lA!riuealtalon of food
Is preveted.
It ac:a-upon the Liver.
it "'(.r. ip.n the Kidneys.
it Itecaulaitem the Bowels.
it 'uriflem the Blood.
It .iulets the Nervous System.
It I Pomotes blgestlon.
t Nourlisihe, Strenglhens and Tnvigorate..
Ft carries offlre Old Blood and makes new.
It opens the pores or the akiu and Induc*s
healthy. Perspiration.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint. or toison in th.)
ioid, which. generate, Sicrofula, ErfipIlaj, and mil
u -j,-nuerof skin diseades and internal lumr.m
Other. are ,no sprit.-iempluyin in It$l anutactur. arnd
It can be takdn by the rnu.t deli.ato I.abe, or by ith,'
agad and feeble, are @v.y tint r'n c uird ,i ,A itmr.i .
rs fetble.'-"

'DIi Sita,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrh for a long time, could
geb6TLftelii dtnji'1 commenced using the BLOOD
S t P. waslAbout to give it up because imme-
diately.After taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
bhut onconsulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
circulation and acting on the Jiseasrd matter in n.y

Lime Lime !! Lime !!!

M IME burnt with Cedar Wood
-i ind Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in thiis To, n from one buthl I t' 2.5 at 9d.;
1ui a;I oIdt ov1r -5, special i rian-,eiuents can
be rr.ade.
( 'n I plication at Royal Gaze'te" a likei.
IlaiLilton, ILlity 15th, 1S8'.
(r-' Arr.:ng-lients for delivery to :i:yV part
of Irt,, l.,ii, .an :i,. be made.

For Sale, at (ost.

3 S'ETS Silver Mounted Single
H A I N S New.

A Splendid

Dappled Bay

Very Quiet to ride or drive, and specially adapt-
ed to Family Carriage work.
Hamilton Bakery.
12th June, 18S2.-lwi..oe

IA LL Persons are forbid Trespassing on
S eithe-r the
Hamilton Hotel Grounds
Or those of thi BARN op.po.ite.
F\,r 0. A. F.IRXHAM.l, Pri'-riedor.
Hamiilton. May 25. 1882.

For Sale.

(Ne.,rly New)
S To Seat Two Persons,
The Prperly of Lieut. Beresford, It. E.
Appli to
i h Proe-pect.
May 28th, I6S2.--tl.

Hamilton, June 12, 1882.

For Sale,

-lA House anud Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,

For Particulars please apply to
R. D. DARRELL, E.-. *
atiailton, Novr. 29, 1881.
%ILVER Watches from 60 to 7. Gold
S' Watches from V. to .2t, at Child's. All


Wanted Immediately,
Apply to
ilamilton, April 3, 1882.


Persons desirous of SHIPPING

stomach, caused by the droppings of the esiribh U CALUMET CLUB" Smoking Mixture" PRODUCE
halter. f invariably found, however, that this diz.) is very nice. Try it. H. A. Granth- Tho H. PENISTON t ell
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system 'vas am, 4G and 47 Front Street. ro I to Ie wel-
tranquilized, and the calarrhal poison removed by kuown' Firm of MESSRS.
the nediine. I have been entirdy cured by your O to JOHN M. McNEILL & CO., itt' 0o0m b & ,rithI

Repectfully your, i you want a Good Fitting sit of "
Respectfullyyours, CLOT'llE.-5and 66 Front Street. NE~W YORK,
No. 319 West 10th s., New York Cily. OHN ft. McNEILL & CO. have 1 d !-Will have every facility afflorded them to do so
10t t., New York ity. MoNEILL & CO., have E applying to
---- ^ he ,erviccs of a Fir.t Cla.s UCiuter aind o pplying to
Sii--[ give my lestimniony with. ple-isure to thIe ; 4 n Srt
beneiciaeuls ofyour BLOOD PURIFIER ; my TOHN M. cNEILL & CO., invite the Pub-46 aontn.
kidneys were out oforder, and thlie result w:s rheu- J to all and 1x a i. their Lre A- Apil 18 18I.-t.
matismn in nmy ight knee, i..inltwolien nLice the lie to Call and E nine their Lar.e A- pril 8,
siz' of nal uril and very painful a bolle of the larg.. e lmeint of' Fine biting and Pants ituff.--
size made a perfect cur-. I will also say my d.s-. 5 land;I (0 3 ",.nt Stret.
tio -maya6- Hamndilton, t.. ..r. .--tt",
iu has improved so that I can la. anythi-ag .uuthin Hmilton, o. ,8.-t A '
each. P.F. AIARON, Merchanlise Broker and Manulac'

No. 19 Beach-st., New Y'ork City. i .turers' A gent,
-SICk HEADACHEAND DYSPEPSIA. E OFF P. Bo 76 125 Chambers Street,
No. 151 PrI;Rv-ST., NE YoK CATy. AlMessrs. .J Lilius Outerbride Special attention pai to
-DEci SIR,- Your ju-ily cel. brat.d INDIAN 4. Co. I .,
.BLOOD S k'R.TP hs t.ntirely cured nie of Sick AgeInts for the Quebec :teanm.ship Company, IBerluda hipmnents.
'Headache-ai.d Dyspepsia, of 10 years' standin I AS B-EEN RElOVED T"I New York, March 22nd, 18S2.-tf
IF al-u cured my child of ,carlet Fever, nn my
eof Femalecomp ainne. No. o51, Broadway, New Potatoes Potatoes !

' Isaac Dahhnan, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dalhl-
nmah Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cured of,
Dyspepsia and Indigestion of many yeais' Ltanding.
Htnry J)ahlinai, of the same Jirtm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, aller having been treated
by physicians wuvilhout. beneficial recl.

Y orK.
I month.

Dr. Bryan's Electric Belts.

Rta,- Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured .
n'-eriairrly ou the distress in mny head, and relieved '
every difficult) l nipy i-owels. I nust s ay 1ht it
I A the, tl.SL mndpcin.e that any peamn can take for
sick heAdache.
Dtan StI,-1 used' your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
RUP tore lysep--ia (:uo,, ,%ic hI sutered for live SE L F C U R A T I Y E S,
years,) .tIi t h ho ln l.piet ,+'U IlI.
A iew dose placed my tomach in a condition to ADAPIED TO ALL PARTS OF THE BODY
digest toud--tlteby relievimn' me of thoee distress- AD. PED TO ALL PARS OF TH BODY
hig pains experienced by dyspeptics after eating- O-
and although it atl first caused occasional dizzineie
iW quickly:. d diappearid on my ycoinuing its use Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy-
M51y digestigrn is now almost perfect, and I leeJ great-.
y benefited. sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN i Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impoteucy,
., No.-333,West 32nd at., New-York City. Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism.
_____' T~~'Teadacns oFemalae Comlaints Prematlura Dea.

Superior Table

The undersigned has always on
hand a full supply of TABLE POTAT'OES,
in quality superior to any ini market, and at
prices to defy competition.
S' 1 ,CIA 'L l T'l ..- in \ri,y and Nau
CANTEENS andl .MI'tS 1
\,V 'P r t \1 Lie-',

4-! Front Sirc ci.

Iamilton, October 3, 18.31.


United States Mlail Steamers.


,- ..--IW Yoar, Feb., 3 1880. cay, etc ALASKA Tuesday, Alaich i, at ti3U a.rn.
.. ns M.D.N M SANEVADA 28, at 1,00 p.m.
DEAi SIa.-I take pleasure in recc1mm.rndting NO MEDICINE IS NECESSARY. ARIZONA April 4, at 5-00 p.m.
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP is rai invaliabl e HIS wonderful discovery in the application of ABYSSINIA I1, at I 1130 :,.mn.
einedy for Dyspepsia. Mly,-wife has been a suffer- I Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien- WISCONSIN 18, at 5 0() p in.
,(sorn.peripviical i-dyspeptic attacks of the most titie attention to his own case in accordance with ALASKA S.K), nt 11'3 :-t"..',
acute ngtu,re r Qver'5 years. During suet) attacks.t,,
acute nlUor r ver5 years. during such aiiacks Nature's laws. The belt acta by aid of the heat WYOMING l May *2, ma -l"00 p.m.
t yb wout alo-at e a d ief to her. She wes and moisture of the body and evolve continuous ARIZONA 9, at 100J ;.,,i.
Nuthing 'avea her. relief until he obtained a bottle i currents that Infuse the system with the viializlng The above Steamers are built express, l% (or
of .oi. rNDI.AN .- BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects element until the disease is overcome, and a re- the Trade, have five watertight, und
er wnelul andJ she is n6w entirely cured. It cueraLive process established carry experienced Oflicers, Surgeons and .-l'te -
s medcin ha. po houehld should-bt e without. The Elec e M etic et as ed sardesses. TheSaloon Accomiodation.tare un-
h... o .ld shoud be without. '.e Electro-Magnetic Current, asevolved by Dr. urpas-ed by any Atlantic .Steaumers, aniid th
.'. o.. iWet .ouseenS Ci Bryan's appliance,,strengthens the nervous system, State-Rooms are ou main deck opening into die
:,... .. give force to the brain and digestive function, re- saloon thuta securing that great comfort iu
S E. ubs, June 28th, 188j,. store lost or impaired poiver of body or mind, oceau travel, perfect ventilation and li/.hl.
Ii D %iafxt,--Thja is to certily that I have found whether-arising from acts ol imprudence, sickness making Room, Hlath Room and Piauo nii
dfiodep goe i'n your INDIAN flOOD SYRUP than or old age. each Steamer.
iuy"'tedicetwhat I have ever taken for Dyet ue r The U. S. Mail Steamer "<}rinoco" fromi
thato Ihave ever taken for, D ap. ph illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent aheteaS.rMail Steamer "torinoco' from
a nd .e i. IWo.uld advis all that suffer from trad P plets givigapariulars, sent rmuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
iSAt 'b"t. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN on application. Orders received through any re- York on Mondays, andgPassengersa baggagecan
13LOo 'y. UP. spousible Commission 1.. use, and in ordering send b he trausierred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
g,. i SAML. G. ADAMS. measure iound the waist and state the nature of the sailing next day.
S.. + .,> ,, '---:. .,,a complaint, and a saitabla appliance will be sent to | [ ILLIA M"S & [GlON,

, ; ('-J *.7 .'..- "-* ,' ** '* l"*
S :,, JOHN A. FOX,
.. W.ter Street, St. Georges.

ordtr. Address:
117 E. 16TH ST, Nvw Yotin, U.S.A.

:19 Broadway, 'New York.
New York, March 9, 1862.

For Sale,
A Good Cottage Rosewood

Full compass. Maker, Octyman and Plumb,
Regent Street.
The Owner leaving the Island.
For particulars apply at this Offi,'e.
June 6. 1882.

For Sale,

Sold for no faultf, only too small for the
Owners use. Will exchange for a larger
Terms made known on application to

Hats, Hats, Hats.

One hundred different Styles,
Better and Cheaper than any in Bermuda.
J. M. Mc'NEILL & CO.,
Front Street
Hamniit.u, June i IS82.

Summer Goods
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets
WHITE Victoria LAWN Do Striped
Ladies and Gents HOISERY, &c.
Gents and Boys White and Colored
Straw HATS.
always ou hand.
nHariilton, April 24, 188.

For Sale,


ro arn ive by the Steamer Beta' on l12th May
These Wagons were built at the Factor) of
J. M. DeWolfe, Hulifax, N.S., expressly for Liverpool, Quacenlstown, London.
Bermuda. Price moderate. Term accom- ailnd New York.
modating to approved purchasers. SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLAND,
St. George's, 15th April, 1S82.-ti iENGLAND, I'IALY, CANADA,
W illiam Jamies He0ie The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
Se TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
e, U C T 1 0 J EE R, to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
Shipping and Commnission Agent, g the port of New York. They rebuilt x-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
Queen Street, corative parts, are divided into water-tight
IIMII.TON, BERMUDA. and fire proof compartments, and provided
Prompt attention given toconsignments. with everything calculated to add to their
u e safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
_6r__AuclouI Wednesdays and Fridays. passengers. The saloons and staterooms (al
Son the main deck) are unusually large, light
Bernm da Veterinary In- and airy. The table and general appoint.
.ments compare favourably with the best hotels
firmary, in England.
H AOne of these steamers will sail from New
REID STREET, HAMILrTON. York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
TH EODOR E OUTER BR IDGE,.V.., e Liverpool, an weekly for London direct, from
iEnce, H OnE .D R-New Pier 39 North River. Rate" ofl passage
sidence, Hamilton.
E. RE!D MERCER, D.V.S.,Residence, amli in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool.
Dna 0 to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
lion Parisih. 50 to S60 ; excursion tickets SIt00, currency;
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further
Will visit St. George's Professionally on rues- particulars apply to the Company's Offices,
days-Office at (J. Spurring, Esqr's. Nos. 139, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.

Iv 11 viSt u-omersei ol r riday.
Reid :.t., Hamiltou,.anuary 2, lSb2.

First and Seconds; fair size mixed.
'X? barrels Returned.
Apply to

May I, 18,s.

42 Front St.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most people do not knoiv how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficult.
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect marmer (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (in th, hte. ow gr,,ul,
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness. and each packagecontainsthe
Thuirberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack t wo kinds, Thurber's" No. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One ur tihe other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
,ioo./ q dlity,. ,, w,.t ,tatityd,' reasonable
1'"'ri A 'k 9i,,r Gl,..'er 1i:,' j'bu",/,rl'S
S,,t' ,t :,t';.' in p1., .,I l,, fu ,'s, .Vu. 3- '4
.r o'X. 41." Do n.oit be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it. we also furnish
the ,I-M l" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.- -s the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods aud pack them in a tidy
and satisfactory intnner. All goods
beu ing our naine are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, pure and wholesome,
and dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Thurbers' brands.

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton, a comfortable jnd
t Di selling House
At present occupied by F. Plant, Esqr.
It Las many couveniences, airy rooms, out-
houses. stables, &c.
Possession given 1st August next.
Apply to
42 Front Street.
May 1st, 1882.

New York, January 27. 1882.

For Sale,

To calve in another month. When not calving
gives not less than 8 quarts a day.
Enquire at 2 F. 0. Qrs.. Boaz.
June 6, 1882.
Protection against FIitiR-
Can be obtained from the
of London,
-ine ol the longest established and Wealthiest
Otfices in Great Britain.
Through the Iilt.ANCH OFFICE in these
l.jands, a Saving is efbected to the Inaured
ft the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
S,RlIKS taken hoth on IEAl aInd PERSONAL
PROji'iI''I'Y lor 3, ti or 1-2 youths.
No .'VE .S '.l n .o 'I IA Wa;l; for lP licius.
.4 /ent.
Hminilt.n, Septemllber9th, 1856.

(Justom Entries.
Agreements tbr Landlur,1 and
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.

.iL AI..A14C,'.-JUNE, 1882.

5' Tide. REMARKS.

S 8 ris. sets. ;

20 I'l 5 5 5 511 30 Jamaica Mail due*
21 tWe5 1 7 5 6 12 18 Proclamation
.2Th'h5 7 5 7 J 6
23 Fri 5 I 7 5 8 1 54 11. John Baptist-
24 Sat5 1 7 5 9 2 42 [MidinnmerDay
25 5 2 7 5 10 3 30 3rd after Trinity
26 1o5 3 7 5 11 4 18 a*
*Acccseion if Queen Victoria.
FirsLQuarter Moon,2.:?,jday, I hour,42 minutes t.

!"i t HK iaitiuOA ,OAL G r-v1i," by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer to thle Queeu's Most Excellent
,l .jesty,
North-west Cornerol Reid and Burnaby Sireet',
WJie:o HBlanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
St. Georges for the Royeal Ga:elle, Messrs.
GEORGE BOYLE & 'ON, West End, Water


"Park Villa" (near Vic-
loria Park)

A- This desirable Residence is
21j1S quite New. comprises Six Rooms, a
Sitlclhn, a hrge Tank and Garden.
Apply to
House ,3 Land Agent.
Office Queen Street, Hamilton
12th June, 1882.
CHILD'S Jewelry Store is Head Quarters
ae for Waltham Watches lin goldlor silver

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Conimtission M1erchantts.
18 Leadeuhall street,
Personal attention given to Conisignienits o
Bermuda PIIODUCE and the killing of Rer-
mudian orders.
April :;l0, 181.

. I





Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, June 20, 18S2.


Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 16th J1,mr1. 18S2.-Pursuant to adjourn-
menti the House met.
Pre:ent-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice
The Honorab.l .1. J. Nlusson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
Enugniu- Harvey,
Jos-'ph H. Harvey,
James rucker, Recr. GenI. and
Aies. Col. S.:cty.
'*" ,. S. Tuck. r.
The Bill wnitiled -* An Act to nnienil the Bermnda
Lightli-tuse Act of 1.77," wan read a third time
and pis'ed,, irt) ornleied to be laid bielor3 Hit Honor
the Administrator of leGoorernment by ihe Hon.
J. Tur ker.
The Eill p1 tli..Ji' An Ac. Io coltinuf andi
amend Tht Clergy ActI," 'was read the second]
The Housqe went into 'f.ommini... tberron.
The Hon. E. Itnrvey in the Coi r.
Toe C'omiumuee rcoe.
The H-outse resume wd.
TheCl'airmn-i reported the Bill without amend-
T e i-I ,,use hr ,ted th,- report.
The R-.:,-t.v forl ayiung lo Mr. t.ib.har. W. J.-rra
the sum oil -. ; i In remunein-aiiun ior his sinvi.ei
in the Colon1!i unrveyia' Ollic e from the 7th to the
301h Nivemi,:r, incrlJ-iT., wm read t.he a econil
The Hu.-tue w%-en! t Comn.ittee liereon.
Tbai Hou. \V. H. Gosling iin he Chair.
The- CL'nu ilee It1se.
The Housea remuimeid.
The Clhainan reiuriemd the Resolve ;ithoil.
amend ien t.
The l-lousea .r.loled ii b -.p..!)r .
TD v F- Aon. A. J. ;.ltima. prez'.ted ;a Peli0i"n from
Dr. Fr9e i'.t% RIt Iy- .-, -ingr th:t hie hae id.c-1Iy
imp ti i' i i ". Y,.,r,; k 17' p.leic ug:n. c ni itng
diff-'rrin pvis rf a Ma.-hbie, o0 h t ow i inven'i*,,.
for Quirryi i .oft SOtna, i-md p,,id dumie-'. theieon
amounting to :1) 5 1, which suni he prays ion'.
be tefund.l t,. hirm.
Adjvrurn-'d It, 'Tuidv asexs, the 21th i'l.nil, at,
I1-31, a.m

.Ab,, i'1, oF /" ./, Pror,,'*i,',,, o/ if ,,,' H onorble.
.uoitI of ..-:. n b!,s y.
Fri',;ay, I1i/A J.Ima.--tr. R. J. P. Darrell
ed a Reprit fiomtn I? C: mnuittee appointed to ex-
amin' the Accounts it,;" Cotiingencies to the 30.
>i;., 1-:-'2, n' 1 t!-. i.:,il ? wnt into Coromiltee. ofi
the v, h le i-ou'e to conkiiler lthe .-iamie.
Mr. 1 \V. Peat mann inn the Chair.
Mr. Lee's v.Cet-uhi. h r sittiolt i7y sujippliedi! fr
Coii I of C. I;en ral A-.izt', mainim.. untiing io -2, was r.-
fernt.,i no I.e t. otirn.irte- on Quiart-erly .\ccuntis.
Mr. Let-'s- .count! fc. iat- liow ry supplied for ili,:
St. GU' -e's GaUo!l, ;:m;o)Irtilii.: t.o 1-4 6. anl c. simila!n
account forsti pi .1 I-.: l h i-iihia Gai, anmount-
ing to 1 7 1, tt- N, referred to .he Com-
miltee on Quarlorly AccoUntna
Mr. RotMlOi Ro;g' t n.eoutil for nee;.--aries itt
St. Gorge's Gol, ntmounii:g to -3 1 I, 1,nd a
similar ,jCLe.1i lr He-mihlon. Gaol. aniunting to
.1 t', woe .m:ve;rally referred to the Comnmieenii- on
Q u i .rl.7 .- {c..iULs .
ri'. .'. -i. Koliu-ou'u -.c-ouuti lfor Oil 0 or use ,..i
G.ia s t3 14 and foW Caluilles for u -. t n l. tl 'oiurt.

Monday, 19/h June.-The Diil entild1 An A.ct
for raising a Revtnue for the support of tbh Gov-
ernment of Iheae Her ?M.1je'y'" Ih:in.l.q and to ap-
propiial t' Cifain Sumns to :be d(i:;hinrgt of the s..x-
penses of GovTrnmnt afi th. rc-la rx pre=--ed-'-wa
read a 3rd liei- andi pan-.-.,!
Orde.ri d, thit the ii..i Bill bhe hi-l the Le-
gisltitive Cmtiunci! lo ci-ric'r nr p.
Thr- Bill to pI.i.vid.l fr ihe filir' of vac nt Ec.-
cleiaslic'il wi, r a a 2nd iM-h anid c.imU.
Mr. Fowie in the ri)h-ir.
The s!t C'!a --e .-ir;--:'i! ,I .
TheI Alt r ...S t G.i ttial I. i '1 i S -e,.-.n Cl!.im e.
Mr. WVilkin:i on m..t--7 Iz.-,t thr foi'.ving b-e if'-
serteid aflt.r the we iil sha::ll" ini tb? 5ih lin---
"'wih Ihe apr.t or .-f a i :j... v f 'h nemnte'rs .,f
* Ihe Church V'Vo rr or 'c h Ve' Ii i. 'iiuin -rulj
"vacant L .isn .lilyt' e.anv.n.. l to i ,-" f-or lb i
" pul pis."- .l.i', bh Wsii .ifir-,ta-l.
Aves 190-\,.m.. T N lill, R D Pe.'s- ', v J
Frith, H- 1 U1 l ,;!, 1 ).I l ywiv .. J H11 *d4ia n,
WV H Hug!7' ', Kran-.. '7 S '.1 t-t.r, '. A M.t;-
IC?, T f OACnf-,ridge, f C (ii *rb:i !;, \ .M Ou 1.
ney, W R Peninten, J \V "._- W i .iI, N :minth, U
Tyr,. W '. W ill:in.,.-, T J 1 0.I .n.
N a .v -- I .i- r > *i'. < .i, -, l F .X ',op-'r,
i-J P i"air !, S Or-.. p..- .
TI -e '!au e .U.- er:t ?:i .- .i r t ri .
AiP~ 21--i! .r-. Si.a': r, i .. F, F tI' .per,.
SP ; i N I i.. i F r. i- E .i,\1U C-
H Oill,,.:i, .1 H aJ"- .10, % H' !-, n1, W i, CC KP ,., S A ,1-'A, .' Ol-n.
R Perni-itur lC r.n ti n .I ',o p-. ,'. ., J N '.nil ,
NR r v :4-, e' s; [ V-1 I. -" -i :i.. .- r, z i .T ',v i .. ,
Ni-Vs -S- M-).-:s; J F i-'; .V '5 'l -.t.i?,T A
(.O)uerhb il,e.', 3 C Ouie'rlri .
Tieh lti. -iuure ani, -1i'.
The _'hb i ,i .ir i n r pot od M:.- .i a n;-,a, "i u'l
it w-s ;; .f, ,Ii t l ...' d 'C r 1, c I ... : 1.
.M r. 'Liav :.rd pit. I ... a 1 a p. I t' r):, '
M o: l, l.\' r...en .and .i- 'i -,i of i h.
Towu Of .t i;.4.0 m p..,' il:; ': '- .:e iri.'lii .
impfstlr iS y hi .\tl o3A o f 1 I;,' il .,l i -i OrEgM Of
relipel Pet,.:.l ..i-n -.ili; : i :! b .t. --' b
i eru ,. ., i j, v .- .' 0 i j 1h _--
he lou-e u to014 -. n ,a I M _* 0:0510' ,' !,t
Lhe w t,,e -]i,-o it- .. i..--1 M "--. i ot H i3
f-itnor' Ihe Ati ,-h ii- P, v of ;:;. t )o ;ii._t;I ".
15, 1 .1 2, relating to ti i .-, -e o ti! j," mi-n.
i-it.i ll ali)Uiii L ,ns ,.,n.& .
Mr. Keane if 'i,.
The AIcro v G i .l -. r-
mr -ndl Jo i .'H u- i, r .ii ito the lbI .r i
ol P u..lic W ; s!.'. .. i: i i !. .e te ip .i ", r '.
prou isi'-un tor f he ,.>.:-'AI:t-''.. ; _, I -.l-tn .' .
ih G.,; '.or p*' ,n }. i ^' ,..*.' ,r'i ,_ i- '? i -,;.:':.
G ovt.-i .n- ,-,i ii l _ou- ..- il.- i io '- a r :--
whibh u. Ui aU i to.i d o.
1ul' ou."! rv,' 4 'Li r 1 _... ,;' t H W WI!'.'l.
T' .e ,\t1 -an. -i, r i or. o to;
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H-le -e, i -- vcre .e5 -f rei.rr 'd 10 tbe ,. .; nit-
tee o.n Qu-aicrly Aes-ralrei'rred t.the ot.lUi DIS.tIBLUTIN OF 4TE E.+ENEVA AWAPD).

James Ao .\ ony Bi-.rgess, C.'aovbik)'- alu'count for The Ien -. A'.:- 'l whi. i bi'a. :,o- bcit-0.ite
spetcE .i e-s,:cis amounting to .3 6 was di-letcad a law, iite.Ate :- C '..n ,t Co.( n i--n n,:.- ,.. f Alabi-
for Want of nE.cee2ary Ceiificate. ma Claim-," out-ini4., in of thil.:e iiitb:.,- t ) be ap-
Mr. Danrell mo'td that the sum of 135 IS 6 be pie.iutti by thle .'i- tii. ,..t, of the?
granted t( i:,py :Le .Ateunis for Contingencies- Sena.e, rnd]o et [ e :..iut.a.! :.1 Iy of -i thoits-
which iwas agreed to. a dolhlai .. TI' 7'ri -- .:- .c i t l. ,1,i.i ,_ ._ the pr:-
'11b : Hoaee ie;iitied and adr-p'ed the Resiolutiois -1iling iul i l.- ,1 i el to ii.' f ir it hehl i lt
of the Comrmittee. oi ihe 0 L tinf- .: t -. ., .. jil e- _-i:ie rc-luired to
A n "ss. ,iram H is. H honor the A d iin istrat r :-ta i .... ..o lr..i ti-
cal.' aft-n-- itbiir t ,, 1r11 ct :.=t'b l The C)ui't ii to
(NO. 15.) cntiru e iu exi-f-.-_- e ('.)o y- ,:-.,, biut il cel iram provr-
E. C. GORDON, able unid r L-? A.ct n,.I t b.E- fi1 ilhi'n 'T-; mrouthis
Colt n 1, P E im',.,l l th .: ,: icit in f t u c' ,r, tt_,,:v -hball I.,e
held tu be wi,;.:-., and :.- re "'.i
.Ai4m.'l,',/l;r hi,-.' C,,,' ,. .r-l,.F /,hf. The balaue of the _eueva ini the Tre.--ti y
At thoe rque '. of he Board of Works, 'Tue Ad- of the Udit.? r.'tt- i ibo.t i.i.e and haf tailli-
midhi:'-i...l- iio l,'b hotior to i.ia beforethe Honour- on dl,:l r. Out o ii:i-i -i'nu i;,: .t.ll' p[ ovi --. for
able lioun- ui A- .'mbly a Report iy ihe Colonial thn p t..,.- ut <.t thwr ,l.t-,:. f "l.-0.;' a --- irt, thi:,,.
Sit[vl it, on .t2 pi- ~0a: s1at of Gorernmriernt f, r I..-, ... -' ly I r!f ', r-,. i- :r," antd
H eo sc, se .:; .I, the w,,.r plC _i. "!-i -I T!. Th-n ti.rt i, -
Firm hi, 1 T.i)i l it 'pp e P. iAb. anr iiuu t i l l of,i .. i'-.. i '.- I owner-, ..f
ou ; th c .-,"i, i .. i irr quir-li to render th vt --.-- d .- 1:7 :i '. -'..i -1 rite i. riuzit, ,
hb o ue r; .: :.. ld, b :71 i. ; .,1 ; ; r ii e lo r th e f ,r ,w h r.-.. .. ; .. -, : il. ,' l d .i
GovTlc isc i t e A., co'nt urs in (ithe. .-1 thiat ii.-. r ? [ '.: L_.. li .I:. T i. t-i n-ti -
geneial view c xpr,..:d ;., the U in trJ. tnat the e,-. of tih,-ir n... : i.. it [';: l i: i'.I i-.l th..I--
pen'. itur,- '. )1 ., i: ugc '.u ,tLij uit S o ld a.-l un- :tu.Si ,i.r. i '".. <,., l i :- f .' hi,.. -t -
ui ;: 1 le 1 a lnu l.i; ,. r li _,OtA cecouDiiL t. il.iet bt v:.: .,ip:',Tlr.n v'. V. .l \, V.t>: ., .. t.. i o n I
'i 1, .'.- l1 ,,l tc,. iS 10'.0 ail .lt;; ai .l; ll it .:o ul, b or d ,- .. .. I t, i :;' .-. 1 :1 :l:-
p ,t .ib', i -'t'_ t1 u I, l j,,'-.ent :.uihlinag Lt a le-L ,.i ltl ,it u i ,. Oi- 'c i..,i .1 t ''tL. i i ..t t uiz,:t .
cust hl I.L' u i t n'i.a e tiih.-v i,!, ibut he co:'Iid!ti"- T lhe a-l e ..t,: .: I '-. .- I iiU. l i.: i .it u
that be itoa ld i.'i t ;.t ]itiol-.ei dischair ing his iii..- i l l: 1 i :.l!. '-. T lthi- -ii; ,
du W v 1to l.: -.' nv \-, eIe i. l. t o i .-late his opinion w.'.. ih t'.,l n-i, i: t',: '. .i thi, w., t.o :th, r
cle .i tn it l j .iiti su,.h a .-. e -i, wtich is one iilintg nith thlt :... --. .f the ...: ',; j, i- !ik, i ly i t
within litib :rt-; it:.- of bs own pro ??ionf ab-i.rb al at i. a. tl,.: .a 1. The it,-
The cxi'sting Vt ran aiis cana be eo a'dwe a c'n E-i- tn e ,.o i.,,v;-- l i-!- I ':it, i' i' u ,.'uLr: p, .1
also ihe .,, jo .-, ; .ir;.., .c buL thea op-.uetiiu n t :' n iii i-1 i .t;l i,.I ::, m i.-h:it,_ if
Yw.ould t.e ait-...:iid -. ni- L ri-: ;1 lo I.,iui'.J;ig wh;icilh iet-_.gui.'d, U'-. .i-, up t.v 7.'vl I: n i iid the ,
at .- i; i i ..li1 U i :.c : of t .. '. .'ai, I :t- i .- i .; .L". f.-o ti ti,- dittibu-
aii-: z.heA,- i..:' .'ls ,tr'- ; w ithu t fe.cienl ; ti,'n BB lt .1h ,i- ,fpp ,i i ni.. it tLii :'!lll. 1h y
the c ldiliuions v hieli iu;w e'sit in the bb -,'. at lt:.p.:t i by :-t..:.,lliu:- tli, c normtiont
hbu.-e wouiu! -tiIl rt ;ai;i : the ri,.ct ien wrotld still '... pt..ii -. hi,, th-. m i p,. t. \i : .i. l-e ou t.
Itoo i-.- i or ''. u, rind as a "-.nerai result the L.,- wanr t u s in ql;.. -Iiou.- -',,.; c t. Ycr, H -Tr,/,, 7., w'.,u!d pb --: .a old, inC iwrun ii-r.u li bui,!>u .------ ...
utiil$y i._uiu( -laccoiJ:i-g to oiitin idea, for Ih'i D'-AVITT':4 NiEWV PLANS.
puipoe l.- hi.b it ls inl added ; and cotaly;.s LONDOcN. Juue 7.--et:,:i Da.-itf iu ii tfor
this bulildug a plniAd Ih ll to b. i, :Iece-.t America in the .tit, te: I..r .uie. Tite .,lojoet ,,i
it will i'- lon ia a a.,iu Iquire a hear 1 hi viit i; s ,. i_ tkdi ne ,e ,d il- uof the
outlay co i th.,an i P., any pire lt outlay m.,d: u d.,? ,,i. t :1 (he i... 1 .0 t:t;-.. h h b .
upon it. a i or it nstam i iie r .1a l u i!z ti a..i I'_i Il iti Live r-
Un,.lei ll;^..: ;hlb;a;,lsi llalC;.- t.e.*.mlni..llctor has pool teeeh heat.ioitL:L-!, l i. nad.- ;.,u t,, tbh, duv-
no be-i.-tiori irl cucuumeniliug to lh snrious con- ti Stiate tc oner.hip ., land in ctr-ry counted
side )itii o! the L gsibaute t.boe airi.-i'abicilit i of ait -nd itdiL t-Ad, vwhil,-den .g ;u vJieV-r,4 ,.' of opii;uon
onec c-iL,.3ructing a new Residence befilting the beftwee.u biu,,..h [iith r11d M. pe.-il ,i i. ie ulinuatee
position C: iht Gueri.,or of tbh important Colony, solutiu of the Irish lu.ii qu., .iti.i. Mr. Danvit L,
and the nece.i'y of niaLing in the meanwhilesomu. embraced theories anilr-antcd hy H, n'y G er '1e m:d
tenipormaly pirovis,.i o 01psidilence for the niew Go- oth.i-r c'imunttlnitic wri[te;--that vernct biho ii expected to arrive by the Steamer in auy c,.,tu:;'y bho.,uld b.. cv-'il.loy T-tid iu the
due heire 1ii tUh ;'rd pIlosimei. State and not in private o .v .'. ;, w1i-lther l -er'ent
Public BDu dingsu, ( propri,-to, i ....* i.l.ihrd i. 'iTh i' n -1,:.1l departiuro
l;th June, 1_i-2. in Irish b.eCiai politics anu oi- in e( likely to be re-
Mr. R J. r.Irell pre-ented a Petition fromL ceirve.d with favoit' Lby thi- 0,l.:u. lltifiarmers'i, wiho h.a-v
Fredeiic'k Rlecs,, ;'1.1 pra-ying ior the remission ol been ltuight by the agitati.Ji r.I the low year.i
the duiity, unl(,uuing lo '1.-3 5 1, paid by him on to lo-,k forward to the rhwic. when tlhy 4,ho1ld he ithe
ceriaia S.c-am Marc-inery fii toe sawing of stone iiwnrsol their i.inuis. Dvi-lit, liow,.-r, h.i- eoufi-
imported by L.ina-fr rea-.'au herein set forth. denre in the truti iii hi' theorit-i :and bopes to con-
The Lill of Supply and Apprupiiation was read a vert Irish Amtirieari i ti> i iiway oft thinking. Ho.w--
2nd time nud coinuitfed. ever this iliAy til U out,1 thel ..uiciili'gi't a new lpro-
Mr. J. WV. Perriianan in the .hair. gramme tit a time st, critical bas been generally
The House resumed. condemned b3 his Pariiiimeujiary asoclintvs whlt,
The Coairman reportedd I ec Bill with the blanks believe that the inti:.ductu4n of coituunuistic theo-
filled up, and it was adlptd by the House and or- ries "ill drive iroai the Laud League rauks the con-
dered to be engrossed. servative and clerical elenleuits v, which contributed
The Resolution relating to the Reporter ofl De- o mulch to strtigtihen the LauId Leage miovemeut.
bates, was read a aird Ltiii, adopted and passed. Davitt has ignored thebc eouueli and Seemei to have
The Bill to coniuute the Act granting a Salary Ihrown hims.-l ninures~rvr.-dy into the arms of Henry
to His Honor the Speaker, was read a 2nd time Georget, who represents the communtic
and commiited. element in ihe La-nl o :. _-c
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Honuse resumed,. Formal' e
The Chai man reported the Bill andit was adopt- At e" St i
ed and ordered to be engrossed. At "Royal Gazette" Statiouery ilo ,.,
Adjourned to Monday next. Hendrie's L'etroletinl u tatent Soa pS.

From 3 lite Unilted Siat'le and Europe.

The Mail .St'-inT-r Or'-..., C(' .in Fr.ter, from
N.-, Ycrk, her wharf in this town at 11
,jo'.'look, Iu S'idin iy morning. : lI-ft iher piert
in Nic Y...rk .it :3 :o',lo. k ou th.- ufterno.-u .of
Thur-.i Iy.
We;r ir- poi .-t;l.u of Ne'v York plper., of tilt-
15t\ i ki ully -,-ut u.-i l..y Fr'i-e-r, Mr. Pur"l r
Dinpunt niil oth.-r fri.:ni.l-
Auother -ho,-kiw r.e,..1 ittiou h~a o,' ,irre, in, hI.-lin-m.. -A Mr. W. BM. Bourke, a l:iu.l-
loril .u I a M'i. 'itr.ite-, when r- tur-iu. frmin i. ,t,
,.,.'..r iip inib l.,y 11 dr.-' .'.,i ':,n t, w .,-, with hi e--
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n._lt i y,,; thl l ithl iu.f'It, wbi.l-:h re--ult,:J in e ioi,,
0lo-- tf lit:. A-lu--' thi- Eiur.p...iant kille.I-whi.:hi
nuini. e, l ;7- w-- .a.'. Eu'.'*i0,: r ,:of H.M .. S,.upelLb,
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E,= 'pt thI ft t w., ,.diie io Ar.ll.,i Pi t ml the-
inilil iv p rtr, .i,.I.tir; that i-ft'ir- the p.n..-ilna
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mutt quit Al-x -u.lhiit. D-,r:.. P.-hi -,n h,.:,riu
tlik b-j n -1 i: 'i f-, :ILI, J 1 :..l I iu ,.,l th I! e .. lue
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M tji- ty'-., ,rl..r.-_ ,il.e-rr- 1. init ., liti-it to t-i-ir-
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It i beli-i :..l in .lipl..: i! ii'.' that h D.-rvi- !
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th ,< Il. .,i tf th,.- i7 .,im tiu ,? t.
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tr,:. i h:t. I.,,n ti ..i ,v 1 t i-'., i l,.x'',_- ri "_ "i M i.
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pri-.i e, -:' i t, )a thi I r. .iit : I i t. to i ii ,. riii.r'-
re i.iltt n.. h. ,r tw- .. Ei-u ..i p ,ii-,- r n p- dre~-.
e., ,t1 1 i.. r:. ly n.a ,1 a.,l.,-r- iu p iu : lo Vth Is-
l:r ,,.:.,l ,l.,vu. A i.;l ,k .-1, sh,.t a .1 kil.le. lh i
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,, i ra -nl -t ibi,. A ..,. li ..- r ; .1- ti. Coa sul..,
k v w it' h .-,.,, i. l ,i i ..f th r-..':
Coniul wi -, by .a i ntiml.r i vt :.!li.:r-, I ',.l.
the o'.: .ipaut- wi- .lr. i '-.',I l. The ;'.,. l l ivv
*,-\'.r',:ly ,., n M r..'" ,k..:,u ,:,.,.- pe l -i.- ..-... '
ailtr. r,-..Li b. i .-.: li h l i t .tiu I thi : t -,
l.ut ., w l t ,i k o I, i. 1 i:--.: ..If t I;- i 'ai -
i.i f.. ,:i. n. Tl h.- It ,li i u ', -in-l w i- v...ui .l .l !:.
at Th i A ui' t i i, -'i i .i .I !-n u : rii
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l l i i-tll ,1 : i.: tio.l t ; i --, -n
st ,,i f luiii'.t ip. i- !i .. li- 1 tt. 1- Tl iie, .
i't i lT r.iU .t ,l l h.t !. .7 l' .i.-. in. b r..i '- .. .. -
B .' ,t.- w ill I.i -,.ut to, t.k,.- -..In '..,. 1 :l, B.ivit i L dE-i,. to .:vi:e A!,. xit ll, i i ,.
C'_."-rAN i:,,,.!Li., .Tnil.': 11 .
T h: P ,tle, rel-p yitt i o lr. i A l-i .r ii 11 ...nil ll',. -T
ti...n frl.l i t t.,. tl i-ti ni (^,v.', ,ij, f1 .,l ;in l P. l -
.lii A1 i;,.. ,.,: in -tl'i,. I_ t ,, i" : t .. ofe e nu:. i.,
so tt!- t~l i E .'Tpl -u ,.l't r i tet!i.-, iti nr.t -

LonDot, Juune 1']
.The .a'n li-a p .it. fi ol A!-lexan:hli t iay- : Thi
Rue des Soeurm-, iulAl..ited! clhieflt by Eui,:ll .,

frum thel wiu .awi., !hillurit mnir t. Arat.l ite It -r
imad,1: to Lil,- h-h y f.... ;. )'.qltlg th.e EU p-eal" s iu tI:.
.tr-tl-. t The BriL i-h C't..u ul t wa ; ,.r i' e;.. l i't n \ itn .
,"lrri.ty.: *u~l l.,.;nt.-n. [D erii-,.h P'-h. -,n.l A r bit i

Tie t r.-rt,- p,:. un of the T',ni-., rr Ale-;x .ii! i
t ,tfth thi t lIt- m i :.. r thi : Britith u. m-c.f-w i
:eairl. w .i- 'r..-h to, .th ,- t TLe., pt.iiu f the
D riti-l ir.Ln, .i l / i .. .'.r i- in P h.arg,: .:f th,. Bri-i
t i.h C'ousC late.
('ONSTANT'f:.'PLE, J.Ii.e 13 -Th.- nith h itirihl
L.t rd Dti'. rii t'ic e Briid A :a -a l..', 1., t) tlh.- Pit-
e.*t t,-d,, nd -s;.-x e-. e iaffra'n I : inndri;. inr Al-jir n ri, r,.!i l ta q eciaily iat
\k e w,.,oj lig uf "'... f (I t o.-. ... th. Briti'sh ('Cnu d
nl,.l thc ksi'hl o,, h. : Ili, :. ..itmeor ,i til- British m .in-
oI- var .iIer-b.
C.maiRi), Ji it 13.-There bLiT- e *i-iee uni-uit ajlli ;,t-
aruit- ,ni Ei.rini .t- d!, i A, i'ab I iu .Cairo.
Lo.>:DON. Juij.on x3.-Tho correipeAl.-int,. uL t'
];., .", ; .. t Ah..x:,.iri.- ;,-! th t the ,~H i e -
t.uion n a --rni! ,.,: ,. .uy t nwim\l ,k.:, te '",- E
flevi c o.' d ln, w,...!l ,nily sufi,.''e t, exet. :h.
Ar'I!)' ti i geiierrl' s re.
Tlhe o'rr.:<.ps:.,e d--int of the TiY .,, at CaLii. t.-i.. -
.i. i Nh.i. niut th s -r r i ts an .,v-rlhi i"t. it 'i-. f,,ite rit AL-xauidria bet ore b .c Iilia i-irt i; *it h
L., A N w Drce Aubr .ak th'i ,! n-, n-i;,.. ,- .' ti
":,.' 1hii prtesig' of Deri' cih Pasha hi, ,!i-.i;,>-. (i
A ii :,'teth iro' l Alhsandrirta -a,,.;u! hle ,ea' r.t
,-t the, Khediv. nr d Dervi-eh Pari.-h-, r ,.i J.:i,.,. i.
Pi!; \hit!ii c be protected ,; ith .in-. ti,,
Tinhe /.'t-';y a ,- prints a dJi-pith tr..: Air.x 11-
dria NtA-ting Ft. the Governor has vi-if rt.. ,, i. r-
ter lohTd by (h- rioteraau,! arreted> 25,, A,,b-' wun
parih'il-a.-d iu the dinturba,,ee. They vwe.-- ihd,;.ed
in pri-nu.
Thjo T7 tc..' e. rcorr.\ giat)hc a.. tll,.,w,-: "* T hif;e the fle,.i iiiiu,, a
roui'rce ti- .loini1H' ia shv.o h I ily f t ;,c i .. !ii i hm

by F..' 'liaj cteat1 i luniiijche' i\.h;w.;l i'ciUindu, ;la a
colb s.', m .;v ,.,eeur at or'l t Iici tlt."
L N,.Jui'D,' 14 ---Tie c,.,t;>,. rl l ). -a, ;a ';\iir.
,.,f th.. /',-, i' k l..g, ,phi that ih,: Itali:;in Co_, ul h:r
irsu,;.. ii,.,iic,: t *1! I(:t i', 'i- i. liLi' the cu it' ..
IsALE.XANDRIA, JnU, 13.-The fia;, i--" ii,.
Sliov.hir ,ig ip of inqlb..rl.'inari; !,.

I t.,}A-'!:;o Fr-.,s or .-.Ei[.'U : rI'!...UirLL .

Ear.,j,,I tts .'c.ti:c:y id i motirfy iJ t.',i ti,):O,--:.d-- Ti- /
Prt afi.'.eid /o /.rcar.l troouu/:s- -[r':ro.' .if i.ctt :-,
of .' "iii j'. i- i, i .
ALF.vANi''.IA. Tnuu: 11.-The bodi,-l- of the engiL,-
emr of the Biiti-h irin-i-latd1 ."-0 -ipb oil te intwo.
.seaie n of ithe Heli:-con, whi)o wi',:- killi.J in thie rio:
on Sund.ay, have bc-l.n bmiioiat -ie t, a.-I i v cl.:--in-
ed impintdent to ri-k the danger that night bha.-h
aitien from a fuueral on -ihbore-. As- the b.i're coan-
taluing the buiJie;'i-d th l. United Ste' ine GAIl-
euna the marines sa.ilutEil and all oun bo-ird uneiovi.etd
thidr heads..
Tho soldiers are openly asking for the dep:,p-itiou
of the Khe.-dive, and declaring that they will, if
necessary, oppose turkey herself.
Not only women and chilr,:'n aeL' lelaviug the
country, but men with laig-e materi il interests in
Egypt are begging passages and leaving their pro-
perty behind. Many large capital it.sare arMraningt
to leave Egypt permanently, not in panie, but afttor
calmly oaleulatiug the cos-t of such a step.
The statement of Sir Charle.- Dilke in tha House

of Commons, that the riot in Alexandria was not of
a political character, has caused caonstornatiou
among the European residents and ha,- encouraged
the natives to further violen-c. Thle European-
anxiously de-ire that England siho,.! make a firm
declaration of the ,?outi e that will be pur-tte-d in the
Egyptian cri.s. The inill .teamer took 300 deck
pa.-'eugers, who pail first class fire. and three other
steanimer- took 1,000 pasveugers. Boatmeu ask 50f.
to carry pei'-on-i on board the .steamer'. The usual.
fare i-i only If.
The Governotr has isued a pr.:elimatiou declar"
ing 1tit the arrival of the Khilive nitd Dervisch
Pasha is- : gii.urantee of order, ti.un that thfe citizens
may c-ofiden,'ly ,re-mtle thtir lro. V iouti-.
A council of war wa held to-d-ty, after whi-,h or-
ders were iimtied th-,t the tro.-ps -tuintly muiutain
order. Four poliem.-eu hive been arre-t,..- on their
harge of alidllig the riot.:tr on Situld'y.
A streett qu irn.l ..,:i 1rr.-.l1e to d t3y whii.-h .e iInted a
freh panie, but thI? tro.upi arir.:d in time
to -uppre:-q the di.-tr, n i-e.
Thb Khi'lirO anI De,'i Ih P.ia ha-ve ttel -l.iaph-
FI :o thlt Po"i j1.iuti-y utr.--.tin ti:t troop-. be
disp'itc heil.
C('Ano, .Jutin 14.-Tlhe pini.: i- inorea-in'- The
oxo,-lu- of Etnr-,p-au, c ,ntiinii-. Thi- office-; uf the
Eur'..p:nal ('..'n ri- ,o l .-I .'r:rl banks a ire 'lo ed.
The Eu.n-!ilh 1nud Fr-. h h C..ntroller--G'en4erl hbive
gone to. Alexanndi ii. Ali the oftier-s bhi.iu'yiig to hie
Coutrol iiu-iv- obta.ine'. I.- l vi' 4 ab..' r'e. Probably
all hr.inch-. ff lth E-:-rpii iiu AlInuiuistration. in-
cliiinir the C'.si-.e 01 Publ DI).:i. will I:. tr.LiL.''-fr-
rr. to l t .L. anIri., It i4 repo orte l t hit 1 Si.:rukie-
wie::, the Fr.'n -.h '"'onniil (Gei rj r l, b i al-ked to be r,:-
.ni!l-,1. 2M Sienkiewit-..:. .- ll.l a u m-clin i ..f French-
ubj.N. ts t'o-,h1yni arnt .,iiAl hr dlecrlinue to b' rt -pou.i-
bla for thli ir .'e urity.
LO .-.N L.Tune i .---Iu- the,r of ":.-)I nr'l-'
thi', aift'rrn...o!, "i' ('!rnle Dilke. Under Forei.u
S-. r-r -lut'a ', r,-iyi.yi_,' t -riinu., ..ii.,i th'tt their
E.,;ypr; in tr -.:.p t- .-. li- .iri .;t t .:t H .: -.;idl ersri-'ci!
P tu ui w-ic .ni. .it .'.i-, t h. w .ill .' t able htro n in-
t tin oriler. He il" li:.c i r.t: aio -w-e.r fuirt h lU --thi,, .
.1 i t it im p, i -..i M ., )i i" hit ,i i .' -J .tit n n iitil th.-
p p)i'r. ,o th, ,i,:', ,:.'e pu;,li_-hed. Sir ; :ury
' ,,!f., ('..i-,: ,... ."n .,vel thi- '-.1lj...nL, Lu nt f thil
-H oi- [,, ,' ic i ii'. t '.- t ii.i ,mn .-
,:.ilily -,rI' the .:r.,,] nt. D -I.,i f, t l ,l Si,
Henry .l'e i.. .i ] iiii .h-l. il i..u- f iEu'-
la-il with Friu-.-. iii. i -i i t.itie lid li- v gre:ttiy
!a'ion iut .. i v h ,! e, i :i.l .. .,-i ,- r:.i j F t. ,,l
w ',, i,- h.]l .I.t ,, wnouh labor loyally
ani h-urill- twrifli inl. 1. All th,-, lie
iill, a'ej :.-.. ~ t iil i vithl ELu. tl. Tie-
Sul i u i i iu i 1.,:. l 1 .,11 .u wil'it L. '.v.- ei .
'--'r t i yO i, ] ..,-I .tr :':oi-,v ur .l Iithe .1, -
K:"-l th t, ': D...tin.- '. .. i ';. l l-tt. ; e ,I '.- ,,r,_ .-
U .- e.-iv .:.f I-iu. thv i ..rum -. t ,litr ... f T uliky.
T '. .- riii i f pli.:. .": r'-i-:. 'a liut.h- tin- ut ,ill e -
t l.lIi-W .i rig.r t .

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ID nt -lit l ..rt- th I t .t'i.r th.: -hl...tih ..f M r. B. irk ..
.iii l -it -,: ,,' -ix in w.: ,_ n..,ti.-:l iu-' ,, iw
it- ..,-, t iL : .,-A: il -',.
Tll I o i-.i r :r of i[r., I.r,.t-.i.
T. ,r, ,.ndi -. i-il i,, i ._ H ,.. -. ,:t .,,_ ,, 1 -,
ni hi M r. P-r- .:-ll 1, u. ..thl r ii- hi j-ul. x-
lir-.- e re- r it tih- ,---ii-,.tiou. Tht- I ;t ,t.-.-l th it
the L ,i'. L -'- ti,.,.i _'.in /- i .u ,i'{ hi ill -, .rt di-trl,.t
,..:' to I ..- xi- .-i\ m I..ith -.. ...i

The p Wi, in E..'y t in,:r,.,,.e M,:,t .t e
E'i- .F -"r I- h ;-,L 11- f l .- x. .i1 ; i i, vhi. r thi i .
-Jf th,:' ;t w ill l -.,,:t ti-,-, an-.1 ..' -l Etiol,',- II
.,,-rL[ii u lin- --.'- to It. -r tI .. --
itir -. S' C' .rl-L l': .:l-iv.-.l in thil. H -,u -
,.,i _-c ,aoi ..u-p.i i, .. t ;:n i .' ti -h iw th it th--
.i-tI.r- ium :t !..,k t t .i .t- tv io th,- Turk. i -. l
'Sir II. D W ,:if. h! I, .. ... \ L! ,! thI 7I,_- ,,. !i ii
a.idj :n u a a "- i...t- .t ,' N. t he irl. 6,.ilitv ,.,1 r. |
S Tl T.l~-. une' in ll i t o "i l -.lit .-" i- .
to-,t t!., .- .i' ,i,. l, t ..'.i i ., l ,., 1 ..i.t :. !

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t, ,!lie. w.-i,: '. .\ tby ihe I'a'i u u.,u- .- "r W .i i,
itiyt,:, .. ud C,,'ritii.

'l. .:.:';.t.V I'.r;iY A l ." :A> ; i .A 2, ..,.I..'AN
iou..'.-- .lrs er '_.i -, J.!u:. -..--Mr, W .itkin-, -_u
.LA i ,' ir. i !i:'--.:,*[ V,- U to l/irt.!-: _.wn thi,, ibn:>in-
ia ,:, l r,..,:l, 'ii.l ..,-k, ,] m je ;.r,. t... ..u of !ihe po!i-
ti';,! toi _f. T'h,. hi. i refi>. :1. i,, i h-,.. 1 m ,:,., iu au
a ,i,,: ', up. r, i,!,. b ,il.:i', w v. ui.' V .,t';i,,-' p rty
w -re !,,..l 1ii,_-- ., i -._.. 'F !ur,.t ,! .:lu, -..l l'viam -

s i v.-, at .1 -t,.t f. .i, 'L I .' f thi. I i ai l t .1 .: t
; -l Iw :ou ,.l : .l o r],, T lhi- ,.uly e 1p .1 ..y
g i, ir n ,i,-0i g t., ) 1 !,1, .- Alil :he p rl i.:ip-W t.-
w ei,- -n .b-'-'!, -niiy tr:e.-.t,. v '>y t ',...,,;,i.

Oun ,,i mit-iir.ii titIn ,isy .Tun:i l14, at Oxf._rd Uui-
ver-iti, tlihe lonuor.,ry -. ree ,.i fD.-itor of Civil Law
w'.i- to I..e .otafer-i ifl uipo, '.,-it Bo,.,wniuin-. Praofs.
-iGold.Iwin Smith anl1 Ncdcle-ikjiold, Dr. AllouThorn-
son, M Lotii -. I' te iir, R.A.

A FLL FR-OM A B.\.LL,.,N.--L.jNrONx, JU, 10t).-
A b.alluOn conttaiiug .3ir Claiude de t're.-.piguy i]id
Mr. Simn '.-,r 1-h, an ateiou.trt, an-e.ended frool M:i-
don to-day, the o.:cuup.mnti iuimediui-, t.i cros-i tl.
Ch-iunel. Ititmediately aftt r it was lelea..-ed
struck at ,hon n'd Sir de Cre.pigny fell
out and brr.k.. In- lekg. Mr. dimnunds proceeded

T, th.e Ed;tr ,/ Thr,,l G,:, '.'.
By kinil perrii-k,n oif the C.apt in iCn (Phir. of
Naval Establishm ni-t, a in-tting. -.,f t ii'
Bennriia St,;.n'n.ip Cutip um ':as iin 1.1 ot Ireland
I-.aud Tul.liv i'rVitull, 13; JJnu.
Mr. G, 0. Whitu,:-y g da 1 brie lit nt..-r.:ting
nci:.ount if their p liniii u ry armran A. t.:-ut t,.,t IhaI
L.een malle, after wlhi.:-h the Pr.l-,. ,- ..f th ".'iU-
pany wa.i re..i. The r.1i .y r -.,,,,. .-i
pres-ent ave wlheu invit.- to inve-t wv'i a.' i.r-ut
tilai the i ff. trts of Mr. W yliitu':y, A!t wi,.., i ".,i-' i.
their tieetin,g wa. held, h:1.1 nnot .l in i in.
The pro.:ee.liu wov.e l.roiu.:ht to :1t .-.,.i ..
vote ,f thinuks b..iug i-turne'.! t.o Mr. lj; hia.:v.
l-I- .'aurri t-= with him t-he li:t-t W i-n. :-; of ial m "l.:'
and tl.he l jp. i- :.expr.:-*,.I th it evr'ry r:i.l.-tA ,f th
C',l.iny will i -,lize the iiiip rita ..... f p, ihii.i i,..r-
w.ird i. e -i f thl .rru :J... t ruoi-rLil.:ut l ,: pri utti
t.:i the- pul..ii.: ..f B r-mrui,]I.

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Sip.- B-iu itn ,.,t t:.i in tih .t v, hi,.h t.-I. ,, im-
pro\t..., .l -,d u- fit o,1 t,,)T n, an.1 ., .- !... ; l,..r to
-i., ii- ,., r, I 1.: t n- ,.,i \-;Ii t ; i; i,- .i-. th i
t I .roiu.Ih it I .... '.- I nI I vt;- vi ,-.,i t,o
ti:- -t n .. ** W i- iu ,' : 'I,- t Dr,.. l -I y .,t;
thre i ,l. tion ,f tl- rl'.).1 .! t Pi.,, ip ., l P ,
i' .. \'. util t .1, .ii ta -' n i th i.r.,i .
t ...: i *,' -
T hli t th r... hf r- ;- .r in i ,:.., 1.
t t.l t t .,. i 'th t:. I ul Nl.i. i.
t I'v P O.:l .. Ba ,r.,. k -. it *,i '" ,.,, i. '0,( .n-.-
turi .w ,- e r..- ,v ., t r,. .. :-.! 1i, .,,
ri,--. th; i, lr:,i- t.l, ,u I i Pl i" .. i [ i A .- l 'y
an imnpr .,rn..-iut 1- v\ r.- h i :. % -, i ,,. iA
of th t in .e Li.irr. r, :-f t, -., I t r

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