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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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00080
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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om c i at' THe ;-..!, .CLt i i' i t I.' u iiitleo tu -r.:ui-i.
T -,'t, dafi, 2nitl .lre 1s;..-Pursuant to joiir- i H. IL 1I riniagh i in the L ir.
!t..-iit Ihbe Haou-'e met'., 1hi e' _olli tt i t, use.
Pie.ed-H-is Honor Jos!.xh ees, Chief Jltaice, T 1 ',i 'IL.. ,e ,1ted the lo l've witlth.
President; .I T.e o lt l he h,
TL.e lonoral:.e A .J. Musson. i o -' e a,l,, led lh 1,.H .iI, ;arl t1 e ,i..OW i
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The lesova for payin:o, to Mr. Richard W. UJr- 1.7. .. .
i am le sum of! Q5 .,hT. it a'elmurerilitn four hi! r :.-' iA.
M-i ric~s in lhe' rC.loial 'Suuveyor'. Office from thr
7ph to mbe :>.Ith .Noveiniler, !ist, iDlc si.t-e, ,
T l 1 lA d, 'L J ,./ a,,, / l.' /, P 'r ..'-, ,..t ',n // w [J ; ,,itll
".n i Bill en!i ( l et :A A F .- ,t ia, c,-.ittinitc ;-,,i ; l 'nti
ani"e .,A The 'le,,Y .\ |.-, e' .. ,- h n ,t,. ,,o/ s.,al'y',.'l.
thind imi e and. p.- ed, ,nP or derl o i i l ), 1:,i ,. 1 l it'... ,, '.t J,-2 -.-'T,'o l H,-.'se ifsur-dl i
It,'e HI S- H orL It,' .\'mt.a '3i,'tll.nh _f tu, Goi Co(. :i ittee of tii. wh laI Hl-oum, e torsidnaIiiui oE
rue.t1 by i rh l- o J. '. .i; t I ti." 3 i. :a 01 i- H:en t- O .- Admirl ni -ir m, r io
'i L.V 0ollowhit, 1 ....':- ,,roa ti ii HF I!t tIe n' i h lt '. .-' r'liptLt i 191i !i 1o rt .l t ,-*. 4. -. i '_,?
wir ilhater c rH O li:' : Q r' i. A0; :ig oo i- C l" Ui: IIt*1t I.r 1: F it. -' '..:I --.:i I
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a meRnd .en, ---*" l'e Co.lui,. '.:.: reit y Li aving;
E C,. GORDON, of),:.iuld -l i'are C[ o a-.lc', anId b' Honouralble
colonel R. E., Ihe 'c i Wvctr l wliho i. a aiaenb. r )of tl:
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At (he request of the Ban al of Works he t hi; ,lk 1 c. ,r1 m '.! l it tlire i.ie.n i ,, .:t i-- 1
1 'I. ,. [-. a ;, L' one honor th i'y !elo, t ih.? Hiionii.u c '. .',: ;, y'.: i.i-f, .u :-,: ; "u 1-'-- -t i, -.,t
iil,- Ibe LegislNtive Council a laRe iti by iih o- i i. sl.s o It;Mc.n i .. ii '. i'i a be ;'..'ul t .
louniil Su i l :.r., t len lle pri' -it -t. I : of I.o' ?.,,11 I .-! u]e .ii-L ii 'I!'. il' i-'.t- i '.,lee I tl. !m -
H ,use. ;i i. Pr l',. I JlbT ?e. tit -.. iL-n'. Ot .mnt'ho Jelmlw,-
Friw ll .is ld- it- ,i pel ', an in i di.AI, W i., i l i F I.lani', I1 '. 'i. .h w 1
Wiii;lyE.y of l . C 2,i.i!l i- L ,q ii 1. 0 I r-nioi' I ... .,y hill. c5 t t ; l .i,: i ID l *. -i, i ial S e.e .
t u1 iu.- pa l.' h l h .. m i o, tJ [.- irmP ie. n i',,p.i uii4-i,,b ', Ir -. Irn ,--i l 1 l-'. i ii. .
eth t!(i l view *, pi :..,i' h1 tIe f '." ..I Il,- % i -. L 'onder-..il J., LI..- u ];s Qn' I r ... jt I I l. r. i .1J .I .. i.' i

Sliit l' ;aI i iiuijilr c. ( i', I, ,a me Oimiu ll -ii. I, i. : .e ..ri h,i. O 10 i l" t ..l .1-h 1 i, l.llt. t iI .
T -bk .-..1 :ii ,ii .,'i i_ \ii !l t\:; ie t ni. if w il id l!'i? ; v .h i '? i r p- .'.? s I cl I i.tO--i- f ., .' ,. 1 '
pI-i sitle to |)iiith u.I :. '' 111-11t huiliiin ; ,a) ., iI a.I," ,-_,... : iLU -W 1 i ,i A 'i i'r'Iqs r. W n.,dl I i.,
e -h tie o iA t bove t l n,, .!. i.-i |,a c.hin i .d i,.lnu t .l o'u.l i 'i .. i: t > u i: .: -!
t.o the Colony re h i at's .,i..r lilns.iI ii mc> .,t i U,-'. i. W.I. .im m!)y .-, t:. '. :
Iy oini a pL i t nIIhb m i ,b A ; ih on f;l | o. '.',' t o i t m 'I iI'iPU .I J .i r ..
bi in tLe r vi ce ufbiL.I. -- u .,;,:- ;,-.m i ..:' 1, .1 ',: r'.- I .,.' ,.t ut, .i- 11, .
T h e (.:i' .i. v; *. rt- .,' I.- .- .\: ,,- t ; ,gVii .- ,' ,;,i. :iT )111 t he .: 'W.!.. --
also I he t,. i ".zv h ..4 1q n j .. q ., &o ,U IW rip a i.=, ,j l.,: r;..:.,:i. i i: S ,. i o. .. ... :
w c .u .l r id -l w o I i i 31ii. _'.;1 ,..,i .i '_a i-l l'e m inI ? -. i.. i .-
I'i ol t i, it i ] Il l .. -:il. gi a irved.
NV i, s.. I h, i- I G :irI a "i ,it t'ow. U N, l i t ,a 8 3 ..--11 r,. F M "_o, r.!', r, R 3> [ 'i .> W J
lhri-ai .ii,'ry n, ,1 tI.. '' .,. i n,. w ,'xi- t iin 'o, Fa nl W r', 1l j ., '" i-.-. (. Oulte-
ht u ':ii!, i .. I I. -. .. : I e l ,, ))1 *,tiu!,i w u iri.l :.; O ut r- i dji, .-,L i M1 ..in ,il, -.
still be 'ti'o m.-w tor I ll, imi -' a : f.lu t II, it 11 -EX .i ^ t ,1 '. 9. g j
Colony W, TuT l -':'' O'*. "'11 int. "i -L o'"'ii' 4 '" C'l .l' l ., ..il, i I_ il, I : .- i L .-,: '"3 A
utterly ut-iil ., ..lm ,,',1iidi :, Ldoiil .rn i',r j: M .'.'..', \ -m..1,;.u-n.! pt');t 1 ,i, J ,'; di T
he iU Iiirp. ..i nr a~lth t it It in'it.dem : y ,]. lC ,' F i.-t 1 1'vt' .- V' i-i ',Viic.i:i- : 'T i \' ,id-.
as this h ilingi ia- p .(.d i f |,:, 1-,? ;0i rcc-.! oEon.
i-ats. it will ilt l.tg' intue ilaibly again r:qu=i.? ,. The.-' AIi , U i''enei .'l'so igina.il le i opinion of itl
hea,' out ny inlilit lit la ,,uiIn ro uy pli.,ettL ouila' JJn lJ i tL--2.L ihmiln ni li me: i .
made upn iH. Ihe .ou, t.. -ur,..d t,- d ilm.p'ed the 1-Reolui,..a
Und'r ithese circumn ilnce.Albe AdIulmniai.il.tt hf lp? Ei the C miniuiit-'.
no hesitate i-. ih rfrecummendiiuy Io I serious con -1. ';.e .\'.oinev G J etan l inl!tr.iduced P Hesovt vo.-
sideralon ut..fle Leislitlip ,- e adviab)iilir ,t. .'. lip, ti,- 1 t due, i' tS jlu .,i' lI it- i it. cm:-- wnicl
once consiilei nug a niev.i' He&i tr-ce beHitting t ib-. w '(-dni lil.t time.
position cl Ihe (Jorvernor c.flbi. imnporta t ioloIi T*" !-lip Almrn!.1', -r..'. intli.Jdm ,-d .. RI:?olve froir
and the nreces-it.v o lma ing iii he MinF Fa :Ni ? Ior. l, a ,,' u n :, lo ,'. n ---whi.h
temporary p ,.vi'iin '! ,' idenm:,e i r h .' C '. ,- : i, ii .
ernor n ho 7 ,.[,p ted ,., i i r .t-' v l o- i to e -i. I .Ile th L, .. La. .u ,l:-
pi oximl. -, ". !1 .1 *r.'-le House-
Public Buildings, Haailoni,, .r ai; "
1ithb June, IS '2. .l d .
(No, 9.) I ,Un ,;;',,. .,t it ," i" ,: L-ti i i '-,, :r .l.:i l (l .....
E. C. GORDON, .', it i.. ,i S l hm ii-
Colonel, lR. E.. :.: i ,, i.-.r i -, I

T h e A d m in i .li t o r .. :,- ir.- ta.'V Il ,,l|i hit s i ,- "h -l, i in. 'A.i .' L ,l i it t le ., '' m l' ;-
hm,rm r. in, [ -,.i a t-,i J ii. a ,,' r.il,' be i[ .g i it.t". i ,-- !,nn ." L--t t 'i Ll u '
C ou ncil Ihe n ut l R-e m,,mlt .Il i l .nri) 1 ,, \it V'On 'iA j I i Inc" ^ -'ll--,, b -' ih .r I,-l. '. e c K 'K -',ti r -
for iti ar ending ;l, : l, :..i..fech )s.-2. h r a "' t "l *a i" *:t i-M
Public Buildings, llanuli-.rr, |hil n.-r L t ,,,..it- -, ',_,, iq e con :i i .i'o-
l..ilh June 1. .S -. f !i ,.I ii i hl!j 0 d ,;in'I-. I t ;l hi .e t .t r' lpl iviei1'y tit
A Bill entii .-l .,i -'. i 1 r rai niug Lt i ve,'i. e' :pn -it,.: hi' .' W ,i u- i t nY'h? &' I1r *t- ,iaFj.')t '
for the sult i 1i, I h'- Ci .:. h.i h : ,in .- b'." -c H,.r IP| ;it ,,--te Lcvid.!.ttiri- I.'uO' it l uii .tt' ,m0.tll I.
M .inj .iV'. I-l.~'m l O. ,tu'! I iipfl.ir i; l (. ,i c i air, ttml f.[ tm eI It' .li, iitih i.i il '. L iilitl i ji j ,n i Cuil -
to the di.xiu.a '-il ti.- i' Si : .. .' ..ir..-I lr ut a- ii' :-e .I A I .i ,- 'F ".''in. yw It '..-s.i.',-'d
ib -..-iit exp!: :- v .' tlim ii,-! utji i nu, thie Htiu.e i [i e .t'.*..s3...tgu ti he l nJ.I on,i .. lii ,.,- ,I 121 h
of A ,se .'lbly "n i i- ii li;.-i (i,] ii. i ut.
The limuO-e iva n( into a'c.nmne iton ,;' t o cci id-er h i C'ouuli!i (.'mamb'r, I
Meicae fr'fi iL L House o .':3e i i.I : l the 12th l 2*0mu June, l.S'-. J
inlan!t r.inltie to lppomintlli, 'oin teti c 'tI Ofdlned, tn mn ioj. tiAl I iA llowiin.:l" -tii-fnatl
aspect apd cle-prt .on Ibe condil, .. f ii Govet-Si I 'ortu il LuI t)p i nl., p ihe Governmentea l u ed
ment H nousei.huirnt Li ngla iep,,lE on i.s ,,a-t-Mr., ,iup-r, .lr'. 3. \ .
The Hou. V H.Golig in the (hair. 'urn n. i ,r '' Ty .
It was tinordl thoI hei follluogtNin MIe-sage: be betl N t' -i n th
to the House ol .l s-emnlly, viz :- The i olo-r.3 M '.^e hr, li if n' the
Alr. Spt'/.ei mn-0 i rtila. n o, teot le ,.nor,'..'e Ilua'e Kd 1 i t -
oJ A S&itslnbli IN 16.')
1 am directed by lihe Legislative Couacil to c- E. GR))ON.
quaint Yuti Honorable House tiIa in view r! the ( :ijoue, R .
M message I lthe l6ih instant of his Hi- it.,r ir e Adh .l,- dtVtl a I: an. Bet,.i leU'-i- '-C ""'e
miniili.ttor ci the Government to he Le.- ioLltme T'. \ituilln-li ).lMoor -,f the (.overnaieLl haijs it
tor.,atrding aat tie ,.quesLt ut ,he ;i(idoiji o i 'I.rk p' b or. i c;ia.h t ,i -,h.i' Loi Pm m iiiO!'rt .i,'t'n o(
Rel)oi.t l, 0 the t l nn,i.i ui vU yor'ii j a a i n re. n, iH-I.. a ,'it b l-~ hot 's, oi .,' ua ly, a cmopy of a
stale of lleJ.' rratiine Ut HtiUse? .I u T L.-:n.lo. l int.u! '. I ,l ','i.'hn m. -.ivi't l Ir-o I ile -ti IuI. Ilion-
withlb an L-itu noe tl ilte pt.lJ.iil)c t.,t .t u l repmiir_ ..m i .. I l h ii arl '1 K lnil...ri ~, -c. t'ut 'Ir.' 0.i '" 't-;
required ti; m ild' i enlsorni):.illy m '. i.l- i 1 1 ,ye.s -. fIa tl. 'ol r, o im .-',, e,,v.. ,ig L.m.pi oi i'.. gulatim 11]
dence for ilt e O r r, it riniiu ..u t-xiS,..sioi n oi opip I' m.t ,I .-'.Xp'l1 -..-.l'm,,'. !,r .mc.:-; i,,! ,. ti'-' '.it.J!
ni n Ifrom t t [,i..nlid o 1 '. ,.iks, [iv. c.ui-.;iriitld au- t .i ar.Ji 'ial Fi- he'i'- E:> iI I i .,ii .'l.i. I it i- .l'O-
tlljorry in I., h litim.1I1 agnt.c- I).'. x .tqdiiency f m I i -,''.-.' thi b ld it Lmutl!ta ii -I;I '- 'i.r. ,ii ,. ].t I 1
exsp)en iog o,.L rgmi e .. utiii i fi.. m..'n y i..i i:tmlio riia .m':S!i-iiig I-t i.:q m'.- 'el h. i. : l' rev'i; 10 'i n ir --m
repair s,- the Legie 0ite t uina l do i.n '. de- m n It ,| ,' i t'c l .\L h ai:iitit ati".- w\muild Ii. .l'd t i b,- 11-
eXijelien Ito atj)mp'int ai. olnilln tIee I.. Jii.t '.. '.uitdi- h. utr'-t. ,r ini. r t'.- Honour:l-.Il)e lih :e is illi,,,
lIe cl tire A. fefnm ly litr th [iurpo-m.v es.'ji -:.-..d itn .1_ p iOrht telh .bijruS ta e n -' ilA i.ii'i'.n a I ':
the e.' linge of ( t ii' t-loou). i ci;- ,-lj : ,t 12. 1 itt- ii ..I i, hy ii co'!i r:I i tel IJ., i'.mit i ; -rm to c*-' h
ita tI. 1. : i-. S)>.n-(.i ol c-i.iiiLihlmiiiin.S ili --ntt .
tuneil Chamnber, lltl ..iiune, 1:.--. I'tl ic P>fa lin: .: aU milton, )
The Lunrrittee roi. l'.i)'. Jti.tit. 1 "-. )
The Houise ieesutnrd. (E*.;. i7
Tbhe i.btini ianm repste i 0 he s ,, :.-.-i which '. i. r R,( N gm.ON_ b
,'t,- adO;Jitio .l 0111 Oltd'?.',! ,. I O.*4..*111 1 lt'm i s le oi 1. J i -
A& s,-uht.y-- t e ,ann to b e ,i>-lit, e;i l., i.. .-. .ini.J. ..3-t., '.'
Tuckerr. ,i ,,,',''"" '.,:,, ,/O,,.'.'/ ,,,,,k',- ,(-('/,. .i
A Resolve votii n the sum of 2-'.,0 io piov,'. I ll. ii ;'i ,ioto I. lLo t .h ,L n'- ir., h.as it o
te l'i. iI.) c tct'n ,t od ,O-! l' or tin E x (c :l.'- ii.n ,I ,'.: -' ,,'' I. ,,, m i -' H tt ..,u ra i o, 1 of .'.01 -'
(tGom ri ttii, j- l.nd: g (ihe 'ii'i .'n ut in. L ._ -!.i u m m-l'.l I '; *.i ,i*'rt im lI.? t a'.tm% u. NV tl- -
on S.t. i.[lU -t.ioU of rett:.i':rlu itu ; ol .l ( .ti- ,in .. lr : v ,. .! '- .lJl M' ,-tm i .
Hi-ou e <' r i 11 Iditi. n.-w oiiUe, ia.1 I.,ioCiugI!i u; ln i h .ou iit i.t t iu l In t, .it)itmu, I
tie house ol As-mnbly and aiead ia 1.t tiei. I 'tti JUn i', l1 .r, J


: i, tu!oe a e.,n iAlet. .'fi tIr -t,eNt NoC. O "e. t (.OLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
en t 122. r .in.. 0o Pot i.e iv;c; v :I1:. ,. 12TH JUNE, 182.
ER-ONS having ,any CLAIM a Qainst HFE' following ACT has been passed by the
Sl'r. .. W. P m. t ir. 1eh' In COL. GRN. LE., t reisl toi Legislature of Bermud during the pre-
t uo .tlorti Te ..r.w l mr, i..1 htl i ij;- reom- sei.,1 l th,. ;airue to, Clifton. ,r or In.f r, l ,t s "2 .e- -
'!ini' d i-_ lthe [iou-e i.akeltpro :i:ien fo)r ptvin, Pr )Xo,. e i
.,i. .l ..J. H-'lov .;),,.i; ..,. :, ,, i r I,,,tn, i t. Nip. l.- An Act. to amend and continue **The
.n PO i. t i ig..iin l.Ci (itoi in, June 17th. _____ Otficial Surveyor's Act. 187S."
S -P.:. '4 *r':"'ih T iT,'T1 t" l -l'" His loor'a Cominnad,
STh\ e r-ous : .i, IOr :..tuiu, ,i.,,, T1 ,( r *'? TPhej c I. ( .jityl .il int jitiewlU C 4 t L'4-IOJV lot i f ls
Sp:o Mr. \. 1. ,.y !r hi hryii' tel (By th New (TOVER.NR l0 is Acting Colonial Seretry.
A P 0-t tle.'0., Ir.!, i I19 tvlti" wAi -0,Ld 6 l,,1 Xp,:'teld to arriv., o i211 J Ill') N O T I -C,


i 'he bill niiil,.-d An Act lo c-.,ihrmtc.- the Act
i .-etirg ic 't.alaiy ol The p-.'akoer oft IhS Aissim ly"
S- vi l? i-ii i is thir Iti lii'- au l r.sseti.
l 'he' P.'uti6ion 1; F ei.tic-k .M-:, M.D., pi .lying
fr rite? iheri..-iort, i I uii, n rtCeit in ",-'tan Sadwing
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R. J. P. l-'.ii'li iiuvored tif ilh- P'riyer ul
lth' P.:tiii n !i .)e ii. .' i-t.i i'. .;- n:. re<:d to.
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W ill L.il;c' jl take ,:.-. r j I l 01.t B,-irilan.lt C'. u'se
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i L.".. 'N'- '

HI. B. Y. Club.
>th junf -, I ,.-.

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.TOHN i,. ,TAHL & CO.,
E,'!l Br ii,,'ji,. -ltliu'll"n
Junei V-i.-'.

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SA (Cok o ,nd li use- ,, n


For p.'.i. ailtair.s nl-pily to (CLONEf. (Ioiii)niN,
SClifton."
1.4 :,: I r':.f-ir!en,-0':s will be rceqiuir 'l.
in .:- I'i. .':,. .

The teluest.ion of the dayv!

SEXNT to th1 1 ll .iiso'lrhig politi.cil ques.-tion
io'" llhi d-iyv eim>s, ill IhLest- mlodtrll lintits
ihe l'iierv-- \\'hf.ie nll we fii,.1 a .,jti.,/ Tlrk/i,-,.
The Ici ,i'--il, ii tIdeI Pi.lilellheu- whvlo lilake
nn what lie i. It hi.). beei said C lothes d.,
iniot i:ik,- a ii ,'" bl al ni,aai is un1 :1i]- ide v-Athoiat
thelll ; L.eV ililll'-tll.-d t iiin inti 'n)ocicly (fli.i ke.-p
itllutu ir.;'r.
'l'hl> Ii leri-iii, wo ..uld ief peifullyv .- i the
'itiluc i. :i ur l ii itn imeltius.s iairuonsii n.d lPublic
ift i;:i n t ito ftinl aidt, tlilt ii eis

iv'e Stock
S0 R S U ,1 i E R
I.s N(Iw iNeinly.
'I e) gu.i ,I.te- t iheir" l'ilr.oil, the Iligil- it
-ii ilrlr ,,l j. :rl' ct. liui iii J )oodi S, ,'/tl*, aAid
\ oirkuianli..ij). liey e:in lo this ibeeiu-tc the
i'-~ .l.>.li-l i i. iil i- c. .-i l tii i.,' thV ree P 'r.-, ical
* ,iI,,n ,m I' in-i l -.- n ,im 'i l i ll u l,,it be-
b I.ul,3 'o S l thi.,i.i.-r I. thIe i,-e, t oft their C'us-
v...l ,v- ,i i.. l nA ./L /utu :.II ord el.

:;. ,. ilL l / c).
1 ,nl' iit :, Jml 1 2. I .--- i'.
)I.'?NO-S jilli .)im'ii ."M)1 b o I the Instl'nent
[- PIji .,t E. .ChilM's.

; .l f .) P i
-It folm i11P 0 1,Unill Waltor.


(';i lmt ti'--'l iilid-'n r all tircIriisi r : ee w iilhout tlhe
dlail;: .'i;t1 -ltii., all li9po'rtle Ice, which iu
,', .t '..in-s s Ite 0-t lthe nS'htt'm in tile Snoti I n a11 -
n,-, : elm ii l il drrlnrkini,. water.
i i- uiil'.-ri'i.r s l) now pri'vp red t, I'i rnish leu
.t I)T .'. ,iii1 i.,y "41reut, f'roi i l i n. dai' y,
uil dcu'iL'l.,,.Il ; ni i ln ilton linui Vicinilt f'romii 5
ti.ip!, i 12 ii'clocl,-- uiiidai s excepted..
i're,- aljl liini) |i,..r pou niid.
'i'lis beinitr hion industry I respectfully ask
;I c i ntiiiuanclic .i the Ptiblie pa.lionange.
THUS. JIILES.
i!. ;] ,l ,, .i ..y 1 5, I 1- ,.' .
A LL thi'e la.t.st Novelties in Pllatd Warn as
M-0 'll :i.s -, .ar'y irtic :lesat Ohilds. Cull


(Ch e pest Py-ints thi ToW?.

WHY ?
131.iIIso we g'el tfl e fr'oin the
,'I.lii'.c'tci er 411 i .I e.Jn st ll the' nit hiswer
,r'icer tilili nil\ li oiiin Ini Beruind..
Gernts NECK. WEAR of the hntest,

L !rie...j -IO SI) Y, & -.
IJuits Ni.-ht Silli:T.'-. While VI.STS and
'-uluuieer C'C .t.|l .
J. M. McNEILL & CO.
Front S'treet, HAmnilton, 1
Juie 12th, 1 '2-.


SRY the -i-w .ikin-' Misxture -- Calumiet
:rI,'-01,,l s i 'l,,'iIo0 l of SH U'H P TPINRG Club" H, A. Granthin7 hos for .-le.
PROiDUl'E ,;- t -"- "Ie
;lrot \IV. If. i1'- t 0., to tai- I ell- 1 O it i LO 10 l l
,i.,, l r.,. e Inl" Cetdtr A venue.
nJSCO)h)iV 4 f 44 b )I' [ .; :-iosl given on i1st .lly.
S \ Fiti' citi iner i).rienll.r .r lppily tl
t'ii i,vo ,, i. -,in ...id .o TH O M A 8 G RIER .
m i ;.illi i;),s t,, il.,re il ron, ,h n,- 1,'. IS -'."


46 V II- 1, 3i r I-,- i e
4i l' silt S le-t,.
f;:.iniluon.


For Sale.


W, U.U J f J.L L .VU .


1_2._11. ; ,, -Park Villa" (near- Vic-
------ ---- --- --- -- -A S superior
i .. ..... Ieav'v Dratu ht toria Park)
Al-i' 1,1 1'n 7


1- .:. Stc-re i. .. This desirable Residence is
0.. C B.x z27'_;. 0' futhi"er nto.,H,.i: ..p|., ;a ihe 1o, .. quite Now, comprises Six Rooims, a
.11C _., . ",ii'
i-- ipe nit] tircntiOn i;V t.I > 'ot ', ie hin, a large i'anik and ;Garden.
1430e 1.ivo .lire, Juie :.itlh, s*..--~21'.l Apply to
B iHtl'I-t 1 lpiilelt-. lW. J. HENEY,
N,', Y k, _:L'_ "n h82.--t TIME MONEY. o eJ'La.d
i.,t ht .. Ili.iuk i.ti. -hl 1 [tl s. m l, :.le. irt i ti-i uL IDt in trlLD c ln I uipply yi:,u with'a reliabl- Cl('.. k Olicet Queen .Strte :, ;:.. i sion ( L
nu.:.ii i.-...ri c li '.id .., ,1 h l': S. to 5 All VW : ranted. Il2th Jun.', l082. \


B ET it '7, U -D A .


T HE Sum of .30 will be paid for such
inlorinmaion ,s will lead to ihe Conviction
or the person or persons, who, on eip night of
the '2:th in-lant, dle.stroyed a N-lead Stone toone
ul" tlhe graves, and several of the Ornamental
Treea in at. Jolnl's Church Yard, Pembroke
SMORRIS A.M. FRITH,
Chuicb Warden.
Hamilton, 29I.h May, IS2.-6 ins.

*Notice.
A T tlh- Annual Geueral Meeting of tlie Bn..
L .'D. M 3 MUTUAL LIFE ASSU'lRANCE SOOI-
crY an ani uidint-nt of Rule I 4 was carried to
the erfl'ut that tfll;,, ,iW' aifiutr the 30th day eo
*JIn,,, ,/r t the entrance fee payable by a Mem-
her on election shall be regulated by his age
at the tim:' iats follows:-
Ifu n :er 3o years of age, eight shillings.
Brtw,',n ;iI & 3.5 twelve
.5 & 40 xteun "
4) & 4.5 twenty
I" .35) *" twenty.four"
I' Stnlolsl iit-ining t.' join the Society are
advib-dl to nIalku -.. .. .a for nmembershia
witlomut de-lay.
H11 ENIY LOCK WARD,
e, y. Treos.
fJ'riisiiltn. M, ', IS.*',2.

Haits, Hats, Hats.

One hundred different Styles,
11n.trr :u Lthle .per than any in Ilermuda.
J. M. MuNEILL & CO.,
Frouit Street
I l::1nilt,sn, Jul 12,c I, ,S2.

Summer Goods
At
E. B. JONES
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets
NU\II.zl.:;IVING Irom LON-DON
Via Nt:w YonK,
IlI'lE Victoria LAW\VN Do Striped
S NlMUSLIN 1Do CAMBIllCS
Lajie, ;.ndi Gents 1101SRY, &c.
ALSO,
lTt'nts atnd Boys White and Colored
.tai'v HATS.
AND,
PEilFUMERY, SOAPS,&c, &c.
n, uLItA Ci)DAU WOa1
always on hand.
I lin illon, April 24-, 1S-'2.

IVan ed.
Bermuda POTATOES,
First and Seconds; fair size mixed,
'I.? l-a'rrels Returneid,
Apply to
\V. T. JAMES,
May I. 1832. 4-2 Front St.

tor .Sale9
A BROWN


Soldl for no fault, only tio small for the
Own.. i. use. Will exchal.ge for a larger
Horse.
Teitus mnnde known on application to
JOHN BARRITT.
Hamilton, June 12. 1882.
T HE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
of Brooches and Ear Rings, Bracelets,
English and Cooley ilangles, Lockets, Nick-
lts, Studs1. Sleeve Bntions, and Vest Chains,
&e., at Child's. Was never more complete.


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PBERMTDA ROYAL GAZETTE


a -. -. -~


[.KL, spbl)-,IT O'..THE WEATHi-It ..
Gibl,.s Hill Lihii Stat-f"rt Ber-muaL. etwref, thel
ISh1, and fl Jtl "ii .1 o < ,.l-.i- l h.l,,mie the, s.e
whele the egjiat.q, 4 k,-i.i, bhi:i ; 0 fet.
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NEo, : *' 217., 7. 3: i.l 1. 1 1) r1 >|F ii,

JOSEPRUS PEILN('I lEF.






COLONIAL SECE rAi v's OFFK',




Mrsi. lMaria Louisa V2 rder,
to be Sub-Postniktress rat Irlami Ishln]d, such
appointed to tA1.- eti-eLt. fit11ii tli.- Li.t ofJu1lI
next.
Ay/ v-' h C ,.i,, t.. 18
JAMES TUCKER.


CUSTOM HOUSE-HIAMILTO)N.
ENI'ELELD.
Juno 23-Bar.uii,- Eliza Bairse. olli, Nw Y.sork
.9oxen. S 1,1l iii' l, 25 s- k,"' ilt, 71 L.,i. L:n
to Trott & C pox.
2'3.-Sehoe .-:r-. I t1lla Botl.ide. ',i-
&ae., to B. W WAf:lktr ,& C's.
l .ARL.,,
June 21--Brift. Ex -i-i.r, Mv-Er. .Rtin
3 ,500 c-eas o.il. 151 .mpty Mlu ct-k-'
--Mail Stearit r i!rinoco. Frar-r, N.-w Y,.rk:
94 bl i. :t .:. -,t i '.r .,,,t l. ,,', 1 .'p ,,'P.: jtiuk
CUSTOM HOUSE-S-T. GEOR-EL
Juneo 2-Roy:,l Mil S.t.eam r AlpL.i, irowell, Ja-
niaiea : Mails lilt ;i--ort..l *.ar''..-.A% ent J. 3f.
aywnrd. AL


,LE'I ARE. D.
June 22-R. M. Steamer MAlp.i, (-.,. wol, Hl.it:i: ;
i,5 0eil.s, ,:. ,
P.'SCNOEB ;
In'the b Iail St-amer Orinoco, on TLur-dav last,
for New York :-Mrs-. F. Luckiibach, Mrs. .. H.
Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Osgool. Mr-. F. K. Outer-
bridge, aMis Bluc-k, Mi-is 31. Davi, Mit S. Wlff,
31-.-rA. W. R. (arluer, Ja.&- 'aie, Tho0. (Olijfr-
Lbri.-dge, R. Fuen.-tt, C. Bol, W. I't. Shelalon, Wm'.
Pluck. T.. A. Goi, T. W. G..,r, J. L. Sauf..r,
I.aptFins Devaelo and D. Mai.-iana.-2arl CoA..n, J.
deSilva and wife, Mr. deSilva audi 2chi.lien, Jane
Outerbride, Akii-guta Hall, E. Paynter, JI. Souza.
J. S-ilv-a, J. Loni-, F. Pomico, S. Paynte-r, E. aim-c.,
If. O'Brieu, .. do.Silva, J. Poarriianr.-.-Steera-e,
J. 31. Lops, F. Davk, S. .v-ett, E. Duu-.,olfb,
S. H. Kiuney, J. J Eibs.on.
In the R. M. Stvameur A.1pha, from Jamaica:-
Mr. C. Genge:s.
I4-the R. M. Steamer A ll.da, for Halifax:-
tMai. Waiuwiright. Mia WainwrirLt. Mii; Perot.
M1iFs Ruth-rfohd, Mi-s Rolbin-on, 'Mi- Kirl:lhai,
Mil-. E. Hop.:r- and infait, Mr. .An-l Mr-. W'. Ja.
FoSand 2 clihildrun, Mi.- Logan. .1. B. Taylor.
InA .r if. F .. ,eS. fo" r Lonid.. :-Ma--hr. .T.
F. Triiuin liihi, .nd H-i.- W: tlii-et..n, Mr. anrid
Mr-. Pa.lo, and Mr. R. H1. Diitle. -
In .Iaa. lfr-omn Bearbadoi :-Mr Duncan Doae.
Stc-ank-z TA...,-,,. Smith, h,--n r t New Yoirk
Junle R1 M. l L
ThI Allan Sti i-r i ~,ir .iv/,.. nu on T'lniiiiii ( Pi.
Shoal., nat;th eutranc e of H itlif.ix irb. r, ;t .; )A
o'-loak 'on thi n ightfit i -hth iun tri.t. She- .tr:it.li
and rethboiiudc-d twict.--, aind tRhnu -tio-L w-r. H.1. M1.
Sh. F/i,'.'Il,,: r a nd St-ain-,r .,hi,.. wid .s tt t.. h-
a',i-,tance Sh: v.a-., l:yi-u i ii.-tly. T. ia-lingj
disft-hmie-ed. Her ..i~'v.-"-nler. w .rt lar. nded.
Ptaiu Darrll. of th S. hr. M.-rii-, i arnic- d
ye,-tetrday, hals att> ntivply haud..>d us some Barba-,
dos papers- of the 12th luiunut.


FREE CH.Im:'H, f sNErAL ABr .EMI;,:LY.-Extrac-t fro,.
Spe.-e-h made by Dr. Beg-,.:.u th. Di- otll..lisihui-mt"
Bc-Tlition, s ii.-. ng.
i'hN, llney think it'wa. a rit-,ht tling to i::unlive at
th.- re moval of 10i million of tIIIOy in tLh pr:-a t
state? of Scotlain. ,: tI.- k .l-u th.r. i w...a S.e tr-
p rcfe. ed tot think lightly ..t the.-. : tni,. -f ..;n-:.-
RA.LY tY rirs..l... ,-a.:. a rI a. w-iH A .-rE.u,-Y .hri-
t-ir. a-Byl dihetal-. lii:n t tyi >ritl.- pttiupo-l ,n to-
t (,r t nuDailiou. l.f h.. ,h.." a,;-,i el"..d ariv lt
S rup(Irls of thrir an-estorh antd whii.-i bha e. n
p od.iutiv-ie of ion.-h w." d, no d..ul.t mixe., v.ith evil,
b et vehi> miad t L.e prod. l tiBe of iu _..._ d dI'. nin-.t
No loan wt.il-l i:ouiU'-e bin 1i--i in a ;i]:in--. an]d

o tfi- ieit rt,-uilt if wi--lv : h.l ini- t .rdi. .'Ap-
pl .-.to-. a H.- l.-lic ill tlm t.with i ti c r.;ti..n ti. f

It ,1.' n m y lI atl .-.ii-; n i ll: t-h i '- 'iv 'i tli.:i..l
ws-.- in th- w ol- .f S.:-..tlan -in i,.- t ...l, l r--
-inlm-r c. .N...tiiin- lint thc- Pai- ..1hil t c-in pro-
p]-ri :idiimini -t-r-idk v-ioul1 r, -Liain. thlie.-- l ath, '

ainI to d!-it.urn -L-. the i1 on t l t Iit- lr l ta lt ti, -t
inud, e-t itlionrQty r-t"iiitl liirr ,i t, iv that ai r.at
i'ut.l-.sr f thl-e a ini-i--tr- w ae ii .,-i-.-hih- paid
Tlih.y a-ke. d rio -If t -tu1-ly ri it v i xa 1t hel (,.-h*eil,-
a-d thi t w: tIl, lt:trui -ru, i:.e t la, i tiUn fro i lt t-ld
Stid -ut-i ll t-rh '. H .- tlie -r-f...c. thit, i-.ht tlh. v


wer- not in '.i' iiriistanu:e-: to tir. aw.i- tlhe prt -
p.,y.- f* tihe ploptl-e-of S,:,tl rod, v.r to p-tition
P.arliamient to rt:em-ru e pritoprty .-.:,u i W. d to aet -
li-.- .e ud-et ap.it bly ien u.,n- in tl,.eii ;-'T:ra-c. .l[-
plat.-,..U H..- v_ i.ii 'l;- -i i-- tlit-it a nil-l in til,-
A i,.,:r,jilly H I .j iOilll ,I -- req .- iilvl tieO iiru, t .1.-
v .t. d tv. Di..-rbt,1tli..nt-h.,tht i.-t h..l d .ntI hIail
a a tt, tl, t<-o a;,rr.-t th.- t*rorre. s ,:.f P p1,,ery us t.v pI.nt
dtlowi thii p..rtion ot tlie Pi-,l.vyt-erhi _ii 'hurch.l.
( 'ti,. -.:f Ye. andl N,..I He wa'ut.-d th.- two v ,.--
teoi. of enudiwi. rnnt-. Sand vtl luintiy .,utrikltti..ius_
t ,.o t.,,ge L r'7.r' appl,. lt .
Dr. ,:-. in; ,h prT,rtt.-t hai. .ointt-.1 out that
Princip.,-i aii. re-' .1'i.-,,l'dti.,us i:,, init the Frc
COhii,-h to a ours,: at va.riaun:e with the principl.-s
un .. Wlihich irteir pi;-lerty ha i.e.:-u .qnjIired. that
t tiw i- .-a.pro-p,.-Lt of tli- C(oiirts ,f4 Lw haviu-.n to..
s.tt',: to whom the- pr,-perty of tlhi C'hir. lh I-l.-.--
whelic-th-r to th..-- wh, : lhe,. t. thli Pr..l.t-t -o li
i.-lam ini. right or t.:o tho,:,- wholi, n t,-:. w tha.ii-!.
re.., \'olnutirties iii.fl Wtli wi-lh iuti.- Vi the Irol':-i -
s p d i Dr. Rainy t... pull d-wnri tie E-clishli.d
(L.4 h.


O (f l.at-. Qi..: ii Stre-t .t l),t..lu stinrl;iun it-elf in
th itriatter ..f -tjitlin-0' i:.:' rieine,. Lirttei more
thliiu a f f-.vtni.i-ht n.-' w.- lia;rl t.:- r.- ..r. the
Ile-trn.-ti.:.nu 1, the f.if th t M -tropolit.,u II.tel,.
anI.. on l-,-t Tlurm-;y, n ifew vcird-. di't.iit frin
the tI, ,oFtl- 'itt ti,.:., in v, cut .:.,- a'ti: whi-w l
,i !t [- I-ily h.\. rivalll t e oth,:-r iu im i-jnitid,.
On tilhel- iv u-ili iue1. a yon,,. .' m. n, namel t('%1u),3
in thi- Hiipl).viii.-ul of Mr. iO L. Di.-kin;-..u, wa; enu-
a.d in l aiwiii,' a la.rg, pr,: -ihn iron while a c -inf
r,.,-,., oil -t...l c.:.- -nii- utl v 1.,v. A -|n rk fr.:,in
thi.: l.win- -i...u t.tmi.l it, \.,i int.: the iniflianu,blle
11ten I, .wi. U the whole, ttilln', went t." li. .. .,
j .attc-I l,.:. th .: i U-xin- .ill IV,..- 1 tliii. n unnhia pv i,:r-1.)it
1 flit, :,-Irl ,:-.l1 C .' ini, wl.. rui-h.:.l mially int ) Mr.
i.-il,-. .au, i, liou-.- ,. Ilind l.iAi l.-d the i li. aitiuts ill a
it,.--t titicctwl nuuer, Mr-. Di.-.kino-u, whv h...i'.
jI.it rie- ,-. red fi.,iii ,-,nr .ulud prot.i'ctei s-ickun'--,
Il"-mi._;', .,1 ,.",,i-e. the -er,. it,:-t -uth-r,-r. C. inn
lotlhing" w.-.- n-ill .,u til ud : inl h ti-, for ;ai btick -t ...f
tenr ainl ,i .ir.:-, it over lI' iie.il a. ifi t aiu Vaiu
,ttel t t,-.,-,_ hisi- ail..r,:>, ioi l..kl w hi h *..t b Ia llv-
uc-etl iu thie ii:-"autii. Dr. Atitou wa,- inmir li-
,t, :-ly .-niiiit,.,it--d au l- iui-.eedel re ilevin tih:-
aounies of th.- -iituftr-.. II-:I wa- ntil, 1i-rut .u ,l.iut
the thiro.t, 1..-.k ...f .hliet. ariis '-,ud hlim., 1,tit w.-
u der atad, is. up to thii tin.e, 1,rou'res-,inu fvr-
ably, thlou.-h, ,-,' ,.,ur-a, o\\u.," to th-e c- ii,:, p l.,nrl
whli,:h ,- I i 1l : t.,. r. L:ir in ,o ,. e if 1itiin .iu-, a
very g-n-rded opini:. ui,1t .I: g iretn a- t:i hlis tl.il
re,'overn. On intr'rviewinw thi Ivin,..r lie aii,.
Tlis i. tf iftih tr -ix -th cas-e of brninI_- froiil
k,: ro,':-une .il I ]:-vr- ,-.- n hitlh. la- t two .iiit J with
i-e-tr.il de.,thl-. W-hile, no d.1oul.t the iimi.iei-itm
:. of s,1h -,c:ideut i. ti-n ,lly ,arn'l,:- -- ,:, f thef
i 'IIIiop.:r u ,-e ot oil, yVet the 'rei...t.:- -tn.u e ",ul tLh.,t
w li.i h i- .u .,r.:- iral.,l- th ,1 t ,., stltlp it\y .,u.l igu..,-
i.i. ,.f tflve wh:. g,-t inui,-il1, is tlh, intf-ior,
>qalityof th,- 1alk v.f the kerosene. iip.,rted ifto
B,-Lmnidl. Otier Islands provide 1?by Le.-gi--latur
tiat uo oil under a .eiLain te-,t h.-ll .,- t.Il-
u itt.:-l withliin tlir p.:,rt-. 1-.t hli-ie, with a true
Britishl 1..v ot lili-,rty. -- ip..l-e no restrictions on
th iu.alitv i..t thl-, ihil.,-at -tad ai:-:rding'ly each
i.Iiu, wittiii.i-l .r uiih-nwittin'-ly, i' lial.le t... have
liutii-lf, hii- wife-, his chill, hlii, -,-rrauts, his cattle,
hii h:itiUs.,- it ran;y 11.oAmuent in a grand .blaze. The
.rt.,iirdy a ,irr',-,' itself."

LOLLYS WELL FESTIVAL.
iDe-pit,i: thl.-: litwe. iu---li.- tIhat hr.Idd1- d thrnii nu-
int' .-f ti,- da;. y tlt...i-tetd 1... tl-e Feitivl i:,t L.lh-',
Wd.lli StnithI Prrii-. tha t tloud. all pr.-:i law,-y .-
fore th: c-eial -nreczt- frout thle norithrin ki. ,-, r. ni
ihortly afttr 0 p.m., the gait.-s leading t,. the flora.1
'-.lt, enu i ,iin.-ifnt. were t-- r.inu I.,,en. ahn I ,i:rowdl'
ot daily i-.i-.i l.i.li.- an-l g'-.ntl.emen rl.,, k1.l in
e.I-rtily to ig-.t 'i lip.-e of the f,.ir Mteilai.d, ,old
Fit]w-ri N.pttuie :nld th.- Fouiint: with its fl.,wing
waters, and t,. listen to the .-tirriiig' strains of the
band, whilst enjoyiu-n the delicious ice creams, naItd
li-s.-iunls .eake : un l various other i.-hoiet retf:.:tiouki
which tl -.'....i people .:t Smnith'-. ku.e:,w i. well how
t., proviil kIt nte ijoi the i rowd thei y pass in,
anid 0lipiin- tii- ti. u -ter th,lu- iic-rnii.d'.-. g'r-.tt,.',tati-
ly fitted f. nidl ft.intoned with p.,hbe:-tto -t-. in. ani1
I.araibot friniin:..1, euil.,lazoii:-d.1 wit iI.11 ie monsters
rand shell, w -ree fit e onl.,I.-ni, of the fair iiinrmalid,
who with straiiuging hair and i.-aly arlleut--, dli-'-
p-rt-ed cooling lie v, -,r'ge, to) th,: vtiti ,,:It-.-wd. As
tfl evetiaii- n-1a.li,.ired tihe- iCr-e-i t ni.oon iid1 her
p ile f.ve l.-hii thie :-drini- hill., a.s if ttend. d by
thi.- brillioit liiltt that -ov o1ut ltoin Iv ,-r .,r-
i. ir n iu 11.!-: it tlite Fa. iry-lik..- .u-.--:iiili lit, f.,r Ith.-
linilt, le-diu; a ptit-;. ..:riin t.. the iathl.-r ineu-
pilit it con niouici -if Lolly's W:ll.. So inmuch for
the:L,- oy -:..-u -I, un1 itse .:-a.utifiul -ut I.-unl-iu--s- tli-:-
,'le.rll.aiu. i-ky with twiuildin.i sta.r-I ,.tieiii-rct-fl-t tiun'
th-ir .4t,'llt, f. irni iu t -t t r i nuil w.,t rs o.t Ilr-
riu a-ton S.uiinu. :ov, r wiO.-. ripp)uing w-ave- th.: alrn-
ti,- l:.1--e -t h..-, f.Aulling' tih,: b.-,tt- ,.h.eks ...t the
dl-Liz-lt-. of tl.:- iity i..f Hiiilrotu iwho. seemed to
outviee tlh..-,-l .among such cooling influences.
Ev,:-n the safety valves of our steamer were held
d1-,wnL .iad n :i-.-r a shi,. or a risk was taken, ex-
.-ptiug tih,: iuy t--imptiung ,'kes whose vendors
,. V-1erly -,.>t,.ht ,,., ,. /..\i au! the holde. -i .f for-
tiaaite t.- i' ..i1- Iltt 10"'n1.-w.Aird their -w -.- :nur-
prizek.
As intri-Tiai.ag, ,il- .- ill went f.air -il.,ug. cvc-u
tothe wet: amiun' hours, and judgriug I.li th-n way the
money was handled, and the .s.:ce-ti'ul ltitliut.i
t.. the dulcet notes of our f.ainous Fint t tr,..-t
kniu'ht of thi, hla.iuner, wi. nta,.id thlian atic:k tto:
thliir pound patckags, until all were ,likpowle, of ,it
rernuuat-citivt- an thi rturuigi faii-r ine-
itt oi,,.e o'er -ia..h a, f,-stixe g'athtring, which had a
double niotive in view, prl-aure- aind iintilectii.il
gain. ta rhe in t.-reet-of .;, i/i ; d i' n i -.c ii,.'., / -
,.', 'i/, ...i/ '...,, d n tl. i '" P. ir-t d'c-si ,-st 2,d:a.,ta.t '-a
int at, for althioi,-ili the rnialh.iilet if thlie iiiu Pari-ii.-
Lhe i-ads tlih, .l\anue ; h(.r ptuplc havini- put tl:iir
shoulders to their wheel, and li.-llinlg o,.u th, c:.r iiat
pro:c'.--. ; lnl, o.:f pow,.r ; tf...r / i. / I. i -;.. ,' .id
if pr.--j-rly dire,.-td, and enecouira-i.ild is tn i.-.trii-
ment iu our hainlsa of d.liug much good. And if
the people .tf B,:rnmuda. w.u-d vi-uly encoirao-e her
own son'., in-. t-:a At -f -traungel w,. n...wuild f-, I it .n-
,I.'.. I b',, .,- I/ .:',. ; loIt w i.it .\'av.'ai] -, the.
haud'.. t ,leit l tiust .-l..-tl I.nil iu i-. iu th', I -hl:il
pl inna:-l 'i tl tre.t-:d ,aln.i-,.t ehtiiel, y la-y I.i- l hl:-ip,-
wh'iUen .-vc- .11 att ti..e iud>-r lour (,iI 'ol.:.Lial (G..ov-1-t-
ment, rau bf rill,-d hly a B.-riini.li.ia. It i- timn f..r
our Legfisl.atre to pltss a re-,ti, tiv-. hill Uan-l e.it-ior-
ag.e hoiur iiliitif..:tiz.-, and n:-,tivt t.iltLut, for it is
trua:-, yet stroirng- that Belnuldiiaus al.r.:.aid are val-
u,.l t.:.r thir lits.-ray attaiun utt-, in :,ll tlhe vari.,us
brau:lihes o.f hI-aniug and M.-rI3.eiutile purl-nit-
.\. 0
Jlule 2:1, 1882. "

PROPOi-In Ci .-L. LL trW'LEt r H' .I- i. x, N':.v.> .:-o'II.,
BEnrMUnDA, ANn iE WE-r InDI,.t-.-W\e hi.av- lin.l
kiu-lly i-eut u- I-i Mr 1.,ThinI K. Iivkh-ai, Shlitppin.g
Maq-'- nt B.i i..I.I:, 1 1tull t ,ify '2a t.i'a- t, ,.tii nil
if the Muit, ,t of th,. Te-lr- .r.aih iC tnf-renu. held 'r t
Barl..-:l,' I,,.tt-ti-u a3 1 .itu, 1 1.3 Dele:gates from
tIh:- i-\,ctal ,.vlvna.-;. s*itl-idiiuin' ti.- '\':-ft Indlia &
P'.,an u.i T. I.- .,.li C-','-., iIi.r tha. ;iru toi it; <-f ic-
S:-a,.r. trT vt State l,, t1- I .,l Iiii.-,- t i.i:,. i-, l.r tli t
a'u ip myay' j i :.p.:,-.,l-, aii.:. ,.th-lir thiiiu: fI:.r a l
iu,:t,:-a'!,l ,tl,-r.y-.--the :., tr,..t.i w itrl T riuid.ul.
.-i-l D. -in-rt .it i,,.u. ,il.,...t t t:i ,,xp- -ir-.
T hern. f.t a-c thin.:. re-- lutil., .- n rri-. i a;t :i
lit. Tl.,t ct:-i. (',ol,'',y -litittli n,:-e nwliil, rim il,-
the b,-st pil--ible :ri,- iie,,.in-rit with the Ir I. & f'
Co., en, nr.il li-m~ti-ft'a:t-ion i,-iug eS xiitp--t-.e,.l with t'l.
2n-i. Tli1 it the Iht,-riail .,vit,-,riiint .h-.-ulill lhc
it-ited. tf.i t.ik th, 1I. l1 in a ..tl-ri-.r nliii hi woul.1
dires tly nuit. th.. \Vest Indie- with B -imnd., ;utad
Hualifax, .iniid w. punli.ih tf. i,\y th- e-.enutiil poiutt-
ot it.


;',rd. Th',t t.-iling; tli-, co:impr-heniuive nd pratri-
,ti' lihan a .: i.:inuim l :.iti:,nu hii:-hIt III. -i.p nced up with
311.lzil, ,:or e,,h'& ..-A tll I y trl,.
Th,- pr .ii .I l i .l.ii byi tihe .....-uftein.c: i- l m :.-t iim--
p.rtant.t. Bur fr thf : .. .:- pi..ti:iin of Etnropt.rii.
p,.liti'-s, Berniud-,i v w,,ul pr,.I...J.ly lI.V- bt n mIit,:.d
mutine y-Ir'- :-,. with Hoili hfaix lby t-leiapli h .-* 1.
a, une:--. .-y ' ip:plt-mi n t t,: the t li.-f-uce. of thi,- f .r.. I -it
linperial: tl.:.n,-liv... W e .,'r- a e_.lad toi final tlhi.-
illa tt e ,. : ft..r..ily te-vivtl, t.iil truf t tho t it \\ill
me.ur with Ia foiualle r- lptiii...
he ii.i,,t, btc ,i. 4-via- Hi.,. -/'. IF Hf, H-- 1.5 //l,'
.>-.-!,..P .t',.,1-r 9;i ,J. fori,,o, .,,l!:l ,1,? ,, / ir. .,'.
i',.,. I ', Ji .,, ', Tt .,,!,T ,,..,,i itf/ i I,. t (l ...
-" *. ., ..., In -' .. 15V 2.
1. Tlha.t thf, We-t Iran .I Id Pimnia Tel-wr.i[li
('otp.nany h I- tailed ti ni-[ t th: 1 .-itmu.ments 'f tli
W\st landit C'-I.:.:i,-.
2. Thin TClnierTaphii. toummnhlatiou with t-:,
West Indian Colonies to be th.vroughly satistactory.


ruTiit .,uIe.C:t H.Ilifix iIttl BIImnnd.i witli the W'est
Iniliei- and British ,tihui.in., ..anl itiit liha-: a main
S line- ..f .:. ii nn i,:-ntion pip -.ini:- thr.:oi- h Briti-i telr-
rit-.,ry --xcli -ive.l, .iainittin- hiiw.v:-er .-f tithe form a-
ti.:-u v:tof Ir-n-.:1 li-n s with l i ir Forelii' T,-rritori,-r
-as ,4.i-y .l: sire t,, -. c...un.:-.tlf with til i y-te- .
.3. Tih t -ii.-lih te-iegraihi.- i.. iut nt .itiion ,.nu be
olt-.tine1d I.v thi joint aI..tio:n ..f th Bfitith C'olui.-is
itut,?r.:-t,-.l if" tihr Itmlpia! Giover'nti-ent i- p:i'. vrtl
f t,, ..-,iper.it, with thef-n.
4. Th'iat -n. b alinue t f t,-fl.-itaphi:- col.nuniu.ii.'it-
tic:,n w.'ul.l1 pit-i-h the a,-a t.in e .,f placing tIh:-
Briti-h Na tvail St ti,:i.n ii, thl.- u,.-rt -r .i Atlintic. in
dire.-t H m i, thou with ,.lI ...tlhor, 1 ,ud vith
Na.Iv l -ati,,ns l .--wlh r:--, ii.l in ri,.w of tite a.l-
vaut tit_'.- ti.1t w.111.l thiui- ac.ruie to.: the i1Iperial
Stoive.rnuient, th-r, i rea- iiial.dil ground for sup-
l,:isinug th.,t the spe,.-.il aid whi: ,I.-:outld he aftfrded
St-gh th'- A.hnirailty 1,y Ca.ins of Ship; oif W.ar
oin the Sta.tion ai re.-- u'd somnudiangs or otherwi-e,
wA..il nft l.t withheld i .f ilt atn il oiitla-y were
hi-n.r-_.-. t, t.it -e und-rtnitk in .
5. Thi.it n.:I a lin.- coiiunictuiatintg directly
with tranl-;tl.iiati, line :ilf'rdi a f.iir pro-pect of a
te. iso, l.ul- t mridf', inn-iuati'h .s thi heavy payments
iit.i.l -y the,: We-t Indi.1 :mui Pu.muna Telegraph
,',iitp.,iy t.- the -'iibin aid- Ameri,:ani Trian-mitting
C,:.nie-.a, ;n,] whli, I li :,ve ,)- nrit,-Lh weikeued tbhe
p,'.itimu ,f tlu. 1'. I. n.l Paunnia (.,i]aiiy woutild
1ie ."ivoid.:.1.
6. That -tnch a line would he bhet -onstrueted and
iLtuiut.iltel luuder the s-ilpervi.iou ani dirie.tiou of
thi,- Ifi,,.-rial cGoveirnmiut, a:ctiun" either tdirt. tly %-.i
tii'ii,.L-'fl t ie -iliUin 'fI ('outfr.fctor-i, iintiitr .-l nol1e
:-i" lhi>- I".- which it l ift f.-irlnt iiit-r,-stI -w.tuld be
7. TIh.~t the d el-:,-vAte su-ri '-t tlh alipiintmi-eut
of a Bar-1 a- i:.u-e t-..d iv lhi.-h th .i tirfa.ctry
w.,rking .f .th. line iihigh-t he e-tIered, and theo
dtt..tr-nit intere-t ? protein t.:d. Thi- Board might
-it in Loud,, n. :iud l-.. it. while thIe Intp-ri.l G-ov-
emu ,iI:.it tw.,i tully rI" te-eutt ,ld, tha- ('I-tli-.". inte-
t,-ret-f i iis-ht hivC vaie-,,i,. TIh- persons to
repi,.ent e-.a l C-'il.:i\. 1 i'n--ht lfrolT.rly .,v:l -el---:ted
1.y the b,'t.-d haviunn thi-1 piwer t.. iI]-ose taxation.
Thl following C.olonuir-. eight have power to
el-:.:t :I Ntaline- if desired:-
Brliti-h Guiana.. ................ 1
a. ..... ... ...... 1
T i iui .--.- ........... .. .... ..... ... 1
Birdni ,.l.. ... ... ............ ... 1
Thi-. r.-t -f th- Winlwad I-luinl-.. 1
The Leeward I-l.id ............... 1
B,.:ntmud' ........................ 1
..i-in a .......... ........... 1
*
13. Tb.it ailthoi li witliotii a.:t ti rat, infi-rni."-
tit..un as to tlhe I ..-c t l-.uit. f.-i thr.- .,l.l-, t .- Del--
gates -iug-e.-t, subje..t t.. the better lkni.-wlt-.le of
expert-,, itht the .tahl. m-hil. d be laid ,lire.-tly trom
the r:o itt of N-oa Scotia to Bermuda, ,.iil tlhe-.-e to
St. Kitts, from which place it could branch off as
required, ani u 1..e outini-d fr,:.m British, to Dutch
and Fri:-nhit-. Gui.ia, the. n.ain land 1.eiucng -onnect-
ed with twi' :-If the adila.- t 'Briti'.l Islands byI
dutplic at-- liae;.
14. Th,.t tihe delegates unanimously recommend
this s-i: l-it.:- for adoption by tihe Imperial Govern-
ment, anu.1 .y the different Colotn ial Governments
interi--stol with .i.:h alt.-rati.-,ue antd imodificatiI.vus-
as In ac'1 .: a,-,-l'.it-y kniowlil.e iii.- my rneut.-r necessary.
Resolved.
That in the event of the mr,...-d Htalif:ix and
Bpitnimuli -,i h.ine not been carried into effect, and
t1i.- pit, -i f line of communication ceasing to be
w,:orked, there Delegates t this Co.nfer'-e.- recom-
TIn-l tli;t the Briti., "West Indian Colonies enter,
into .rani e- utnft-i for thi,. ,.-usti-r. u tition, inii lilai.u-
tenanrT f a .1.1.- to joii tlim th- 01: n .itl I:f tlha-
- Ame-ri, iii liur-. or th.: i..zili.in liu., ,int ..iuiia.-:t-
in-. Fi,.--<.:hl .-,in1 Dutch Guiana.
,.,-,olved.
That as neither the proposal made by Hon. H.
M. A. Black, Delegate for Demerara, nor the
opinion experssed by tfl,.- D,:lc-,te- ft:.r B,,i-rl'.1.:..,
appears to carry with it thle uni.n.nal- assent of
th- C..,If,.r-nI. -, it w.tulld be advisable tli-t tntii .-
saifi-f.t-.. .ry schem- I.-:. -t .,li dA-.l, e ...h 'l-u.iiy"
'.lt.ul.1. 1. left, :. iake it I w. lu v iitr.iii_'.-rii,-n t- .Vilih
the XWest India anud Panamina T,:le-'i iI0h Coipany
for thli inthiten.mce of telegraphic communication.

On S.tirlday last the :ith Cotipauy, R.E., re-
turned to St. Ge.:r-..-'s troiii Wnrwirk C.inip by
water, lniixhi;4 uandeignd-e -i oiir-e ,-,f MiiFsk-trv In-
stttu-tion .it the lattf-r C'.ap.i
ye.f 1.-imy ti'e Ith C.ij_, :i-p v ,:yal Enmniuers,
'Silitn'iuni Ml ert ",-i:i-.- niid-d I-v Captaiu A. C.
Aile-as.,nr ". E., lpri,. J.l-dI frinm B..:,z Isl-aul to
'W rwir.k ('annp, for tlhe pturr--.,-- :.f uidtirnsiu.ng- a
courseof Musketry In-trn..ti n.
l A. JUVENILE AnATST. -A young Bermudian,
9 yeaits of .,ge, han, made quite an artistic copy of
the English plan of the piopo'ed People'sSteamer.
This drawing is on exhibition at Mr. George O.-
Whitij.:' Ovffice, .N'o. 2.1, Frcat Street, Ham'ilton,
where quit, i uniirubtr vof pr.-rsous have already seen
it, anld expi e-s wond t- at ti)t1i a corrre-t production
from the hand-r of -i.,h a .Tiure-nile.
A IERPtMUDIAN ABROAD.
At the eomnieucenelnt E.xer.--ie6s of the Theolo-
gi'n-l Dp.irtrn- m t :.f FHawardl niTver-.iity, Wa. \' ling.
ton. D.C., iou tihe- "-th ultina, umr.ong the I ra'luates
on thliat ,.-i-a. i...a wa- Mr. Liou.I Clharles .Touel!. -on
of Mr. ili,.liard S..Joell, of tlii,:e Iiland.-i, who, at
the lermiunatiou i :,f the -er.-:l.,yn made a brief aIl-
dress.
Eaoh of tihe Graduates were presented with a
han-ds-.me ,..,-py of thie Bible.
We nuiile '.tand thaf Mr. L. 0. .Toell is goiug as
a Misiii.i:. \' to Africa.

A very interest- udn' extc Lt from the report of
Dr. (*iairi--n:,, the 1edi..-il Doctor of Healuli of
Denuerar i, ,-iii tIe .-itbi- ,t Iif yellow ftvcer, will be
found iu onr ,c.lurans to-dat. The ot01 i:u of that
deieat-e wl-ii. h ,.ai-eal '. uc un-h i.-kiie,.s andti somany
death- iu tle iitsy of ti-o':.. -twn duriu',t the pasft.
year, the Dl,.ton evident,,- attrilbute'. to li-e digging .
out of the Ir:m e ntr titncli iu that city and
leiying t.f imnnuens., mwa,'. of putrid, t'oatl and
stinking dbiris throne out and left tir weeks on
the banks-, giving out freely its uoxioinn mismas
On th,:I.- ,:,-wvard side of th:.- trench mut:hl -i,.knesx
pre-ailc-l, while tlere w.a-i n, i. xtraordiuary -ick-
ne-i. on the windward side.

F- FAIRY LAND GARDEN Party"-
THIS DAY (Tuesday ).--[Sec A.eenrti. iemmnt.]


SrT.,ndlcis bor JENNINGS' BAYFARM" TO-
MORROW, (Wedue,-dip.'m-[See Advertiemecnt.j
t -. "FAIR, AT DAISY LAND" near Hamil-
ton Pani-.h Church, TO-MORROW (Wc-dneday,.
-[See Ad(."visement..1

k;- FLORAL EXHIBITION, &c.. Sindmly Pa-
rih, School Ilro(uud-T 1f-MORROW, i Wedue.--
d.iy. --[See Advert isenmt-u- t.

DEATH of MAf. W. M. IH-A.AtINroon.-Mr. W M1.
HarI iu-ton, Peientoutuf the I talifax Banking Com-
pany, i:,d heli.e if the fithn ft W A .' Hla riiiijton
& ('., i.i l-,1 it lIi- r--ide.- :e i, iIolli- A .i r--t lhi-t
eveninau- itt-r a very -'Lbort illness. The dl.r-, i--.l
wa-i a well nIm: wa :1:1I re-pt- t-, l ,citiz-u, n;a l Ili.<
demise nill e l hi- lrd .bill with deep Iegr-rt. He
wa-s in his seventy-third yeat-H'tlifax paper, Jtune 8


BERMUDA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
At anu adjourned Pullie? Meeting held at the
Meochauic-s' Hall, Ifamiltn.: ou Monday, the 26th
Juim:-, iu.-t., for the. pu poset-of reo-ivtiug the Report
,,t tli- ('onuai itt .- ,i-, .in.t-id at last mueetiug.
The Ch.tirman, F M. .L'.-op.-r, E-qr dil.-ted that
the miunut,. ,.,f lo-t ,iji,:-tia-u )e re 11-; whi.h l:eiing
ilu.:, \tv.-te rcouniihiii-l.
Mr. O. T. Middlltou, in behalf -of the Comtn-
ritt6f-, ri:-.d the R,:-p.-it, r-lhowiug th:.t over- 40l0)
ha.ld l..eeu sul. :ri l...1, nudl e-'.timat.-s of receipts and
t.\xp,-iilitutec of .1 -t- .ii, r .-If the- :-.i- reil- uiri.l
-i. :-i, j ya in ]? Il r p,,rt.
Thie iimetiu. wi-as dj-.mined t., Frid.iy next. thi-
.30th inst., a t 1 o'l..I k, p. m.

Hin.ILTON, MAntl;i- Afteruoon,
J'une 2Gth, 18s-2.
D. 3'PHEE LEE, E-,1.
Sir.-A lot more of that low te-t lkcro-ene has
this day been lauded ton our Do:,-k Do the Co)rpur-
ation intend to allow tldhi thing toi c-outiuue uutil
the Town is a heap (of asle-i, and perhaps worse
still, one-half of tli'.- iulbthitants killed, or niainm-
ed, to .i:i-th a extent that death would be preferable
to life.
If the Curpor.iti, is- ,lterained not to mak: a
move in this matteN, will not his. Honor the Ad-
iinistrator and H. Council take some steps t..I
save us and our pr...perty from tni:suh a probably:
doom.
Y,,oir obt. Servant,
TALLOW CANDLE.
At the meeting of the R...ya.l Society, Edinburgh,
ou May 15, Mr. lMurray real an account of the ex-
ploratiou which had leenu carried out by commau-
der Tizard and hinuself iii the Farmo Channel during
the Summer of 1Sq0. Between the Niorth-west iof
S..otland an] tlihe Far-- l-.iuk mariueri hare long
known-that warm and -..1.1water :urre-utst prevailed
there very (lose to ta:c-h other. It wa.- supl.osedl
that a submariuiI barrier of some -.ort made tbhi
possible. This. from thb. nature of the sound-
inga and dredging tak,-n, is now known to lbe the
fact. There is a narrow barrier .-,vparating the
northern :-old fruin lith.1 outl,-rni warnt area, aul
this ridge has all the appea.ranee, from tt-he roxlks
taken from it, of lihariing ben an ancie-ut rmo:raine.
Sixteen spe taken up have been .-sxmin.-ed by -,peeialists.
The number of aliens who serve under the flag of
England is becoming larger each year. From the
official returns of the Board of Trade it appear-
that there are now in ships and Ateamers- regiktee.-l
in the United Kingdom a total of 102,'72 sea-
men and that of think number 13-7 per cent are
foreigners. About 19 per cent of the 1'i:2,')72 are
officers, apprentices, or boys, and all presumably
are English ; about 3-'7 per cent are engineers and
firemen and abc-It 11 are ordinary teamen, a con-
siderable part of whom are believed to make up the
13-7 per cent of foreigners in the gross total.

W]' A Supplement of Five Col-
nums aeconipanies this issue of the "Gazette "
It contains the [proceedings of the FHonble.
Legislative Council and the Honble. House of
Assembly on Friday last ; West India and I)e-
merara intelligence; American :,ind European
news; Dr. Cameron. of Demenira, ,ion Yellow
Fever, &c.

BIRTH, at Cedar Bauk. Warwick; on 17th inst.,
Mrs. "V. E. SMITH, ..f ;i Sou.
DIED, ...u thi:- 21.,-i t st. t, FpErarir..i Ar'u-n: .r-
HIIN.-'N, E-.., yiugi.nst -aLn of thle It.: Henry Hin-
S.l, E',,., 3M. D., aged .il; years.
......, at her rr-'i.,une- in Soutlam iptom Parish,
on Sunday 11th int., Mrvs.. MA'Py BPt'ivws. aged
82 year., -li,.t ,t Ri'iihardl Burr,:.w-, Esqr., much
a iil 1il:-..-r.ve'lly u.rI -p,:-tc.l Iyv all whi... Im ew her.
.... .. at Fr.as- ati, Fl.itt'., on Sun-.l-y l.at, Siv-
SAN PAYrTER1, widow of tl1.e l:te .Tame- Mus.-seu,
Esq., aged 79.

Notice.

A Gener l Meeting of those Itner-
ested in the Proposed

fBERMUDA

Steamship Compa ny,,
Will be held, at the MECHANICS' HALL,
Humiltou,

On FRIDAY next,
The 3uth instant, at 4 p.m.
By Order of the Committee.
Hamilton, June 26. I -82.*




Bermuda Steam-
shilp Cormpany.
An Adjourned Public Meeting will


At the


le held.
M

HAMILTON.

ON JFRIEDAY
Next, the 30th instant, at i- o'clock, p.m.
ly Order of the Chairman,
J. D. MIDDLETON GODET.

Hamilton, 26th June, IS82.'

Receiving per "Pitt,
p 1RROT and anary C'AGES
lee Cream FRfEEZERS, 2 to 8 Qti.
Rock S\LT Pl'i.-.,'s U L'01
Bed Room SETS FUh NITUR E

ALSO,
Self Liightinhi CIA(;.A I.'TTES
Vanity Fair and other TOBAC' ;tS
FUSE-:S: VFESLUVIANS NI \TC1 M S
Green GIJN(G;'R HONEY
Ce..dar Berrn' SYRUP' ARROWROOT
C' 1\.-A.1 EEPIR: e pperPOTS
hi..,i- \V \ ERi i34 W\VATi- .I
C. H. ROBINSON,
45 Fr-,ti Streot.
lHamiltoii. 27th June, 18.2.-l

Cheap Reading.
A t;-w .copies of- tli- SUNBEAM
SERI ES'
Received irom L-ndun and ou .le at '1 Ro)al Ga-
zerte" Statlioaery Store.


Notice !


Notice!N

AUCTION SALE
OF

S trp !oob s. unrtitu'r,


At the Store lately occupied 1iv
Messrs. BELL & YOUNG,

On Thurisdav next,
29th instant.,
At 12 o'clock, Noon,
FIE Balance of DRY GOOCS will be
Sold without rese ve.
Look out fur Bargains. as it will be the last.
time that they will b-e offered at Public Aie-
tion.
A. R. THOMPSON,
Auctioneer.
Hlamilton, .June 27th. IS'2.


Notice.

TURBTNG the ensuing month we
shall nak quite a Reduction in the
Prices of our Harness Stok'. &V.,
And ilvis,- those in want of sui:-h Goods t.-
give us an early c-all.
SUT, ERBRIDGE BROS,
Reid Street, .Tuno 19, 1 SS2.0 3p


MNrchwnts' Bank,
Of Hanlihx, N.S.
IN accorlaincj with the ailnnuivcement in these
column ;.n ,in t2',d April last., a, \i eincy o
the above lBank ha no-r bvee-n iietied in rny Of-
fie-. where a Gent-ial Banking Bniaiicss it-ill be
c",indluctedl.
Dr.ifts ,ild on Lonrlen. New Yor-k, lioslon
Montreal. N\ova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Prin-e Fidwird I-l;auId.
Bills pf Exehange purchased.
SInlerc- allowed on Depi nits.
American and Fureini Gold Exchnnged.
Bills Disc.unied, &e., &e.

,e-tls in London, Imperial Bank,
S" New York. Bank of New York.
C' "" Canada. Merchants Bank ot'Ca-

tIlfice Houri 10 iniI. [to 3 .mn.
N,. J. UTTERFIELD,
Agent.
ilamihlin, ertimud,n tlay 22nd, 1S82.-If3pi

DOG CART for' Sle.

A veiy Light DOG ('CART to carl.\ four per-
sons in goal ort-ler, the Propeirty of a Gentle-
nmen about, to leave ithe Island.
Pla-,te -ail.lv to
JO H-A B. EJV.1IJIV.
Hami ilton., .Tuni '., i.2.-?,


Artificial Flowers.

A Specimen Ca'se of which may- be seen at the
-' Royal Gazette" Statiouerv St,-,re, where or-
ders imay b1-e eft.
Hamiltou, June 27,1882.

Notice.


THE Uindensigued respectfully requests that
all Persons INDEBTED to him will
please settle their Acctounts o1 or l,.f-" r f/.le
1-51t Jiul 11oxt. as those remaining unsettle-d
after that dati: will be placed iin Legal hands
for clleetion.
RICHARD DAVIS BEAN.
Hamilton. June 24. ISp'.-2

Cricket Vats,

BALLS and STUMPS,
Selling at REDUCED RATES
in .inl Royal Gazette" Stationery SLtor.-
(Some BA TS laf prce)
H.Amiuilton, March 8, 18S2.


BOOKS.

Rect.ivei l via New York, from Lon-
dunu iii on S:ilt- at R Royal Gazette" Depositary
A further siplily tl PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS.
First, Second, Third and FouriLt READ-
ERS
COPY BOOKS, assorted numbers.
SLATE PENCILS, &e., c:.
I-Iamilton, May 30lh. 1.99.


Notice.

FlIPST VESSEL FOR DE-
ER 1 R./1.


.The Fast Sailing Schooner



Will commence Ltading on Wednei.sdayV.orn-
ing, and a.- a larIe portion of her Cargo is al-
r (-ady enga.2-J, -idl ncIow under lihe Big Shed
ready tor shipment. ,he will positively sail on

Saturday Next,
I.,t July, and 'i u Fi idy if loadcjd.
Peltrsins that lhvi ent s-ied will pltiase send
in the-ir Fr.:ihot :n Widnes.l. t to .rev.nt
l.,rin ,-' .-ttlt ,, t.
b. W. WALKER & CO.
HI-amilton, -J[uM-, 2 -., I82.


Notiee !









BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


FURNITURE SALE.

At Public Auction, A GARDEN P
On HI VELI)1 N E J D .4i 0 EI .t llie ST .in
The 5th July. at II o'clock. 'U1)DA\ .:
At th- iesid--inceof f
MPR. ALONZO PENISTON. T
Flatts. 7th l
Who is. about to leave these Islands Cmenencinip
the whole of his Superior and well-kept TIIte will hNe .
.U* .E CAMIP, REI;EC'Ct at I
L'L Boats provided Il
M- s 4 a l |Lake
&Ce., &c., Ac. Illuminntions by CHIN !
Consisliug of :- EFi E.S IIMEN I'S, co
ANDSO E S in Seat Soda after, ee Cr
wiheANDSOME Spring sile, &e., will Ie p
COUCH, By kind 1,priflisioin oo
1 Easy CHAIR I Ladies' CHAIR Omlicers, the Baud of the'
3 Walnut Spring Seat CHAIRS Le in attendance.
I Walnnt WATNOT 1 Cane ROCKE'R. ldmi-sion to the Gr
2 Marble Top Centre TTBLES Ad.,,io, to the Pr
SILadies' Rtsewood Work TABLE Se.er oo
A Lot ot Handsome 'ICTUR ES teame O
BRACKETS Wool MATS Ilainilion, calling at "'all
3 Walnut Cane Seat CHA IRS lews :-
1 Fine Old Ced:ir CHEST with Drawers 4*30 p.m.. 5-30 p.m., 6
6 Cane Seat Dininig CHAIRS l Ret,,urn irips coien ..
I Walnut Extension I lining TABLI-' 10 30, and -hdi at 1 ...0
] SETTEE 2 Catne Suiumer CHAIRS Return Tickets ly Ste
1 Large Office )DESK with Lockers s0on,, o greiiindl 1/; to
1 Superior LIQUOR CASE HEYi2s uand MR. C. H.
I Hardscme Walnut H,VI' STAND Hamilton.
I Invalid's CilAIl I Walnut BUREAU Proceeds in aid of the
1 Large LOOKING GLASS I Cedar Ilo. ing Fuui.
1 Walnut WASH STAND, enclosed Hamilton, June 27, !.s
1 Towel IIORSE
I 1 BEDSTI'E.Al) .rnlr the PatLrni
2 Hair MATTASSESUnder the Paton
2 Iron IIEIDSTF.ASIS and the Tnsperi
1 Mahoganyv C(O.IMODE 1 ilAMMOCK --
1 Large SAFE : Parlor .q l other I.\MI'S A Flko1l Ex
China Ten and Breakfast Set F
Part of'a Dinner Set, Other Crock- (r'enan and F
e Iry, Will take pla.e, on the 1
Sand
A Lot of GL.0SSVIRE c, 4.c. 'c. tand

A Lot. of GROCERY" FITTINGCS. &e., a- In aid of the additi,:
Smougst which u ill he found : Fuiith-r inrti,.:-il. ]
1 Superior Set of Platform -N-.LE.S tilm
I Superior Coffee AMIL L, No. 7 nearly neiw .Mnl V
2 Sets Coui.ter SCALI'>
SELF HEATERS Sandye, June 19, 1 -S2.
Tea and Cake CANISTEI|hS Cheese SAFE .F
I Alarm Monevy D .,WEl, bv TUCKER A o'ood tinll
A Fine Set of Graiin BINS TUBS
A large lot ol 'UICKETS and BA.SKETS Daisy
I American Cooking *'TOVE--complete- -
No. 7 'ith .all utensils -
4 Bracket LAMPS Ale PUMP. "" "
WILL BE
1 Cedar Row BOAIT with Sails, By the Members a
Oars, Moorings, &c.-12 feet keel M -_ DIST- 1U
1 Very Superior Top BUGGY ETHODIST CHU


1 Bay


Only 5 years oinI, perfctil,' sound,, fine .Stupper,
quiet to drive or ride,
2 Fine Bermuda COWS- one
with Calf by .ide, the oilier to Calve shotlyv,
1 Young BULL,
1 Young STEER,
1 Carriage HA ItNESS, SADDLE and IBridle
A lot of Pi:eh FORKS A lot of PotMo Forks
And many other useful Articles that will ap-
pear at the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auotioneers.
Hamilton, Jute 26th, 1.8.-2 3p
Notice to Stone Cutters.

Tenders will lbe received by the
Undersigned until Noon oh



The 8th July. 18S2,
From Persons desirous of Contracting to Sup-
ply and Deliver at Ireland I-land. the Under-
mentioued probable quantities of


For the Foresters' Hill, via.:
Stone 24 x 20 x 12 500 No.
24 x 18 x 12 1,372 "
24 x 14 x 12 100 '
24 x 12 x 12 208 ""
2.1 x 10 x 18 440
Slate 2,000 "
The Building Committee are not hbon,1 ,to


LaTMT t i LOST,
On the Evening of Wednesday l. Is, between
T ,the Post Offic? a Ndusnm's BniMiiigs. East
.RTY w ill iP BroaIway. Hamiltn

S'N'.P. A Small Door Key.
The finder will be suitably rewarded on
Slig it t the Royal Gazette" Ofie-
.... 1 Ju e 27, 1 .2. O
idi.iilt, |
*at l';3 p.,) ,: I._'3 Th!e Naval Sports will take
I Gr .iiils :- i N,'V Il as bef.,cW noti-., on Wedniestlay after-
l'G(;'D ., the \VWE.LL. LAUNCH" will leave the Club Steps, Ham-
S ol06 11t, ilt tn, with G .ists at V3 iif mnd. 3 p.ma, on

I n *2, lI .


:.SE LANTERN'.
Osisii .g .ofl Tea, Coei
?eai, Fruit Cake, Sand
rn\ iled..
f Colonel Cro'ftni an
0Royal Irish" Itnle, wil
onnds Wd., lhiildre.
rice.
ndyne will leaVte
Keltle, Pa.' et, as fol.
3-30 p.v., 7-30 p.m.
tin,, at .-30, 2nI t\il-
eamer, including admis-
ti.. obtained at Mr.
HOEiNSON's, Froit St.,
?unday Scllool Bulbl-


age ot the Rector
ior of Schools.

hibitioni, Ice
tancy Fair,'
'auiili School Ground,
ys,

^th inist.,
0n to the Ro,,inm.
r- see Handlil.ll."
A. A. SW AN,


e among the
S.'


HELD
ndl Friend.s. of the
C-H at BAILEYIS


BAY, on the i-. ft.i iuo.iir of the
28th INSTANT,
At DAISY LAND, bordering on the Road
]e:din:ig to Ha unilto, Parish Church.
e.'fre'-slii nts cu'nisting' of TEA, COFFEE,
SODA WATER,. ICEC:EAM. FRUITS of
var'ious kini CONFECTIONA-Y, CA E of
all sorts. -ANDWIC'HES. HAM, POULTRY,
OYSTERS, c&e. will 1)e i.r.:ovM-d.
Pavilim:ns will le ere'cte-1 ..n the ground,
which will be brilliantly lighted dnrlint1u- the
evening .
The Pinfee.- of Eitertainment will be itnli-
cated by Flags.


COME ONE.
June 20, 18.'.


COME ALL.


The Juvenile Templars,
No. 8. Tucker's Town,
Intend (D. V.) to give


IN THE TOWN HALL,
St. Georgee's.
On Wednesday,
5th proximo,
Weather not fine, the 6fllowin- evening.
July.
Proceed( of which will be fin'r tht I erection of
a School, in 'rucker's 'T.owii as theli.-- are 90
chilire, ii i need ot a Sehl.
Thbere will be a Bad] in itftendau,.e.
Admission 1/. Childr-t hialf]:-iie..
Doors open at 7 p.m. Conc.rft cO ences
at 8 p.m.
Tickets to be obtained ;t the DUoll.
JONATHAN SMITH. Coindu.tor.
REBECCA MUSSON. G.S.T..
ALMESER RICHIARDSON, A.S.T.
June 26i. k'2.


( Questions of the Day !

Among thle stett.le' Questions of ilhe
I Day that have been before the Cormmuunity,
Two important ones have been satislactorily
a treed on:
Ist-That Kerosene, Astral Oil &
S Home Lightof a reliable Quality can be ob-
-tained. .
2nd--The Choicest Segars, Tobac-
co's, Cigarettes, Snuff, and ymnok ers require-
) nets, are at
C. H. ROBINSO.N'S,
15 Front St., Hamilton.
, June 27, 1882.--1

Imported for a Society.

12 Very Fine Black Broad Cloth
TFrock Coats,
Warranted %vell-ou.le, latest En;.lilh style, and
the best in this town.
ANI),
12 Diagonal Froc:.k Coats, same
make.
! The above were imported hy special order, but
tllie parties that ave the order now say that
11. 3 want Mourning Cocts, inot Prock Coats-
hence we decide to Clear Out the sar e at a
Blnar ain, in the next ten days, ifn ,t sold by that
time they %will be reshipped.
J. H. ROBJNSOA 4' CO.,
The Clothiers.
The Empriuin, 47 Frot Street.
June 27, 1882.

Notice.

J Intend Leaving Bertmuda ion1
Business on or about 7th July pioxo..
and shall probably be absent about two
I have to request that all Persons for whom
I have business in hand will see me or commu-
nicate with me about it at as early a date as
All ACCOUNTS which I have in hand for
eoll..:-ti,.n and whic.-h are not '.atif.iactorily
On or before the 2Sth Instant,
will 1b i lo-ei..i without further noti. cor delay.
REGINALD GIAY.
20th June, 1882.-2 3p


Notice.
LL Persons having ACCOUNTS against
me or against the ROYAL BERMUDA YACHT
CLUB are re(qiLsted to rnnder lth same
On or before the 30th Instant.
R EGINALD GRAY.
26th Jinup. IS-.

Strawberry Plants

Persons desirous' of obtaining

A ,5!/'(a(rbeov Plants.
, Of the very best kinds for Bermudiaii cultiva-
tion, fuir the puipt ,se of raising' fruit for the
New Yuok Market. will pleos,:' leave their Or-
ders at the Ofilee of the Undersigned., -23 Front
Street, 'ipj Stairs.)
The Plant, will be speially selected.
Terms exceedingly moderate.
None will be sent :for excepting those or-
dered.
GEORGE 0. WHITNEY.
Hamilton, June 27, 1 82.
Offer to Sell the
Porthind BOX CARGO,
Deiainned :i Fernandilia. Floiida, until too late
for the Season of 1'S2.


accept the Lowest or any Tender. 1 HE Undersigned being afraid to keep, in
By Order', -' a le, Shooks, the ab.ve menliuoned Cargo until
J WV PAPRKE7R ISE3, iake the following advantagereins offer to
.. W R. A. i a ,i,. i .-'armei who desire o tin.,ke Boxes dini-g the
Foresters' Hall Biiretar e h.
ForestersH eland Buldin BOX \1TER I'I L, for Onni:n Boxses, ini
19th June, 1882. land Island. A Donkey, t(lld a (Tood Heift'r. (alt' Lots t 100l to app,,,ved Curtunaers at Sd.
,_o .out 1'1 w-- l ,. 'l each, .avable 3Uth April, 18 .
N o ie oi s l.):. Los lur in: -edli.te cash in single hundreds
Notice. Apply at the Spar Yard. Ireol:ani I lana. 53d. eiachi. IDelivees inlers this later head wil
S---- June 27, 1882.-2 iot be made until tIhn Ci.aui has been paid.
FOr TlIs offer will be ,iuhdrawn ",' till, itJune
oTHEII BRIIT. 1 a'Foca e, i rice ,advanced., et. it cannot I.e ianported for the
TH.E BRIGT. T ,i e i police in iimed under the a;ove cireciinsLances.
T" T. A. PITTY7 w.Io luthte Hoir e Rs TROTT 4. COX.
Hollis, Master. rI J r 5.1,,O'Ilani,,,,, li'.r,,d., .,ute ti, l''.--tll 30i. 3p
Will sail for the ab-ove Port "m m o e Jr e
'O nv Txu lye,,s,.,, i Offi iazette _f ce.
"O n Thulir lleXt SI,,ex .,,,nil .d i it III l m.,,n-. and a o,1 ,,.a- A' I
29th instant, tetun Ivi ,a i es. 'ahad. :i, l in or aird a,,I rn, H ,,rs.. RA R I- t, -t ROYAL
Parties wishing to egage Freigit will pleas .GA .Zil b 'n o li re ,|n., n..r. n AETrE is wanted to deliver Papers
make early application to acco,, modali, e hi through the Parishes .f Pag.et and Warwick.
ery --aeomodatig te .PIeise make early applicationti at the Otfice.
THOS. H. PITT. .JOHN F. BURROWS. 'o val. Gazett-" li, :
Hamilton, 26th June. 1682.'-I Hamilton, 19th June, LS2.-'2 p Hamilton, June 27th, t2. J


Notice.


The Undersigned respectfully re-
que.t that the hollers of any CLAIMS
,,A against the Vessels of the
StQue.bee Steamship Conm-
pany iicud the Barque "' Eliza Bars," will prie-
s.e-nt Bills anud Demand Payment before the
30th June, IS0.
Consignees by the S. S. Otinoco" of last.
week, are urgently requested as a favour to
pay their freight., before Friday the 30th June,
this week. to enalble the Utndersigneil to adjust
exactly on the Half Year.
TROTT 4S COX,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 27th June. 1882.-1
Colonist once.

Notice to0 Importers.

FTROM THIS DATE, until further notice,
L7HE WUFFPIRANCIE IIWAREHOUSE
will be cleared at 5 p. in. on Ihe Tuesdays after
hlie departure of the New York Mail Steamer.
Importers who do not file their newspapers, are
requested to clip out this advertisement aud
post it in sight for continual reference.
TROTT & COX,
Agents.


Hamilton, Bermuda, p.
0thi June, 1882. 2 3rd p.

For Rent,
c Valuable Tract of FARMING
LAND,
situated in Southampton Parish, and known as
JENNINGS BAY FARM."
It comprises a
Aj Dwelling House,
t OUTHOUSES with STORE HOUSE,
i WHARF and FISHPOND,
And about 30 acres good LAND. Suitable repairs
will be put on the Buildings for an approved Tenant.
SEA WEED is often gathered in considerable
,iutantities on the shores of this property, and the
Land has hitherto been very productive.

TENDERS
For renting the above for a period of 1, 2 or 3 years
will be received at imy office until 12 o'clock, noon
ON WEDNESDAY,
2Sth June.
The Undersigned does not bind himself to accept
the highe..t or any Tender.
S. S. INGHAM.
30th.May, 182.

The Undersigned
Has been instructed by the Execu-
tors to the Will of the late FREDEL1IICK
PAINTING, Deceased, TO SELL.
B7 PUBLIC AUCTION,

ON TUESDAY,
llth July, IS.i2, at 2 o'clock,
That substantial well kept
SDwelling House
Situate at Western end of Church Street, Ham-
ilton and now in the occupation of Mr. Drake.
ALSO,
A COTTAGE on same street nearly opposite
Government Bakery-and a BUILI)ING LOT
adjoining, 50 by 100 leet.
Ferms and Conditions n ade known at time of
Sale. -
The above offers a Rare Chance for 'Specila--
ors to buy Town Property.
G. SPURLING,
Auctioneer
St. George's, 19th June, 1882.

For Rent,
Immediate possession to au approv-
ed Tenant,
A COMFORTABLE

!;Dwellhir louse
With about 6 acres of Land near Walsiugham
Apply ot once to
W. S. 0. PEJ'IS TOJN,
Jackville, Hamilton Parish.
Jiune 27th, 1Si-.-tf

Notice.
SHE HOUSE and Seven acres of
T ..L AND in IWarwick Parish,
lately occupied by MR. JOHN F.
WrILLI.tLAMS not having been sold on
WSdnesday 7th lustaut. I am instructed by
the Executors of the Will of the late Freder-
ick Paintin
To again offer the same for Sale
either as a whole or in lots to suit. pur-
chasers.
REGINALD GRAY.
20th June, 1852.-2 3rd p. niless countered.

Wanted,
A HOT01\,tSA1 D & .1A NTTasB'

AN APPRENTICE at the Tallo'-
intig Business.
Apply to


0. L. DICKINSON,
l Queen Street, Hamilton.
June 26, lS.2.--


Notice to Public 'Credit-
ors.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
26Tn JuNE, 1.382.
A LL Persons having DIh)-lAND: against the
Public Treasury for servides'or suiipplies
authorised by Lawn which have heretofore been
paid by the Tre isury in virtue of.'suhli legal
authority, are hereby required to'tinder their
,es-peclive Accounts--in uhelioCtt ii-duly vouch-
eI and certified and made up to thie.30th day of
this present month of June, to Titu' CLERK of
Her Ml.jesta's Council,
On or before the 8th day of July
Next.
The Committee of the GENERL. ASSEMBLY,
appointed under the authority of the' Act entitled
An Act to provide for the quarterly Auditing
and payment of the claims of certain Public
Creditors"-are hereby required :to-. fiWet be-
twteen the 8th and 13th day of the siid month of
July, and the Committee of the LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL, between the 8th and 16til. daysof tite
same month to audit and pass such Accounts.
Salaries of Public Officers and Annuilants are
not affected by this notice.
By His Honor's Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

Notice.

r[ENDERS will be received by
the Undersigned
ON TUESDAY,
The 11th day of July, now next ensuing,
At Noon,
From Persons willing to Contract for
Dieting Prisoners
In the St. George's Gaol. (inclusive of. sick
prisoners), who are fed at the Public expense,
for two years certain, commencing onand from
and after the Ist day of August now next en-
suing, when the lowest Tender will be accept-
ed, if otherwise approved.
The Scheme of Diet may be sern at the St.
George's Gaol.
Two Sureties in the sum of Thirty Pounds.
each will be required for the due performance
of the Contract, and any further information
will be furnished by the Undersigned.
J. H. TROTT,
P. Ir./.
Tuesday, *7th Juni.. "' 2.
W. C. J. HYLAND, V.J.
W. T. ROBERTS, V.J.

Change in Somerset Mail
Coach Route.

Colonial Post Office.
tIAiILa-ON,, 17th June, 1882.
NOTICE.
rp-HE PUtBLIC are hereby informed that on
-- and after tli 1st of July Next the Somer-
set Mail Coach when travelling by the North
Road of l'a.'et will resume the fIormjer route and
travel by the cross lo.id by Mi-ts Fritl)'s Millin-
i.r Store, ii.steadl of as now by the Cha-puel
IRod.
Riy iriler 'it the Adminiastrator ;ind Council.
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
Colonial Postmaster
3 3rd p.


Commissariat Office,
Hamilton, 26th June, 1882.
THE SENIOR COMMISSARIAT OFFICER
will receive Tenders, in duplicate, up to
noon on


IThe 30th June, for the Supply of a L
BREAD WAGON.
The Wagon to be of the local p ittern accor-
ding to a Sketch, to be seen at the Conimissa-
riat Office, where Forms of Tender can be ob-
tained between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.
min. daily.
Each Tender to be accompanied by a Speci-
ification and Sketch.
The SENIOR COMMISSARIAT OFFICER does
not bind himself to accept the lowest or any
Tender.
T. B. STEW/1RT,
A. C. G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer.

A PIANO
For Sale. Price 20.
Apply-Staff and Department Officers' Quar-
ters, Boas.
June 27, 1882.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE HAMILTON, 24th June, 18813.
George Allen, Joao S leAmaral, F A Buckley,
Ruth Brown, Barque John Curver," Joseph De-
shield, John Doris, F Frith, Antonio J de Freitos,
Antonio D Fereira, Joao de Fayal, F Finn, Manoel
S Goncalves, Emilia J Gonealves, Antonio J Gomes,
George Gibbs, B W Hill, Jam Harvey, Henry Hill,
S 0 Johnson, E A Lightbourn, Antonio J Luis, L
King Merritt, John Manuel, A Mailiard, James Out-
erbridge, Joseph Plant, Anders Pedersen, A *R
Ruse, Chas Richardson, E L Ricbmood, Melvina
Simmons, Mrs Gregory Smitb, Theoi Simmons, Ra-
chel Smith, Jane Swit I, James B Simmons; Thomas
Smith, L G Simous, R B Simmous, Israel J Sinith,
Wm Simmous, Josiah Smith, D C Trott, John Tho.
mas Virgiu, Charles HI Webb, Thomas Wilson.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS -IN THE'
POST OFFICE, ST. GEORGE S June 26,18A2-
W A Conton, Brig T' '. mall," Barque Gay
Head," Geo A Harley, oraute Johnsso:,, (St. Da-
vid's), M[ Kelsall, Mattrilde deCarmo Dias, Bark
" Miude," Nicholas Martinez, lW Smith, Barque
" Sarab,' Cvbr r" William Martin."





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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


I'
DR. CLARK




















-4
J l fw nr.' LiP .K., i
3 I I-I
CDQBpepsia, Lirev
S-1 ire, lf te una-
tisem, .D 'opsiy,
C Hea' -ft Disease,
.BTliiousness. Nr. ,'roais DebilitU, etc.
The Best EMESY KNOWN to Man I
03301000 Bottles

2Th's Sy/rl'p po .se.ies T"r-i'e Piwrio,.eties.
It 8tiillinlnte8 the Pty-llne in the Saliva,
i-blteh c-onarrt.I lil t'-a* lh unul lan41 oi" Ite
food Into i9lcoae A dal ia.lei.-v Zila lPty.aillnm-
Caiunes Wind unliinua. -in. iIa t'he i'oodl In itthl
tltonut-h. Il" the mil dli-'.i is LtaiLvi>n mnimell.
atlelv Iltor eatilug e Ii- i'v-miculatiou of ICiod
I.li|.>r t heited.
It :-t-h up.tii the .lidue'r .
it sle.iuluteq the Bow.li'..
it P:iri'ieit the Blood.
It tnati-aa the Nerimova jSyntem.
it eI 'onnrtv- l)ibe- 1. U''-irie aaio, -)l t.lis )lit nI ia.n Tn] i lr oinil ..
"T ';!'I rr ile ol_'the Oldi Bloud ..aid ni. ies ner.
Ir t*;peu the Ir".-e& .,' 1the Lin aml lud lalucea
tluiltbhy PeraipiA:liion.
It. rtn i trili s tlh e hr. i', ir, arv aint. *.i' ,..; in i i'..*
Il...d., n hi. It .*nir, r il.. F-i. i .- u -, 1ii :.
IuaLrA er it lk.n 1. l- .'a-e- [a il .,d r- l ml.Ia ai,! .
T' i.-re&E ..o. ii) i fl 'Erl l I).v.l Iti ir. i lliatlia. l ar.lr,l.
it an be tak-n by rhim. in,,-r .11;.i,- i.:Ial.,r,.r lay i hea
agad and J'ebllt c t, ,,:o y i a m,.-,,.. ...
ta'l!i tal *
DEAR SiR,-1 have us-d your INDIAN [I,OOD
SYRUP with real satisfaction and relief. I have
been inflicted with catarrh for a lung time, could
got no relief, until I commlenced using tihe BLOOD
SYRUP. I was about to gie iit up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a p.hysiclan w;.i informed that it
wa< caue.'d by ithe iedicinel resilorini iny impLrfect
circulation andJ aciiiig on the diseased matter ir. iny
st in ich, cuat-od iby ihe Jroppinga of ihe iti.rih
mailer. I invariably found. howe-er, that ihis dizzy
feeling soon passed away, niay nrirvous system was'
tranquilized, anil the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been ePnlitely cured by your
livaltiaLle remedy.
Respectfully yours,
J. H. SMALLWVOOD.
No. 319 Westi lith si,, N'It York City.

RIlEUHllAIISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
SiR,-f give miy ie.tinimay with pleasure lo the
benoeticial t-ulhs of your I'LOOD PURIFIERI ; my
kidnry- were ou of oi rd.r, and lihe result was rheu-
nalism in may rliglt knee, i'iiit swollen Iwice Ihe
size of natural aind veiy p.inrfuii, a boilli of i h., large
size in ad a perfect cuf. I v6ill alsu say imy dic ,s-
tion li h. ian ir,,dod so0 llit I can tait. arythina' v.i'hin
rem i-li. ,
.PF. 31AR.ION,
No. 19 BI-acli-si., New York Ciiy.
S ICK IlEADACHE .\NDU DY':PEP~l,.\
No. 151 PitRv-sr., Nr.w Yoa ii'irii'.
DEAR S"., --Your iutly -elbrated INDIAN
BLOOD SYIlIUP lihs ntiri-ly cur. d me oft Sick
Hleadlache aid Dy pelpsia, ol 111 years.' s.-iidiin .
It albu cured my child of .,carlet Fever, and! I.y
waift ,f F.-niale compi.iiii z.
GEORB E H. R11YNOLIs.
Isa.a- Dahlmnan, Bull's Head, 24ih t., (ai Dahll-
anikn Brniers, deilhrs in li' st t ckl), ctmliml of
I tv '-po '-ia iatl nJinca.-i' hr in -1 'a y years' .I uildin,.
H-. mliy Iililii, s .. titr cure l I .:a re
I'hliu a 0 a lld ii'm- a ',., i. *,a!!fr i 'lhA ii L,-n Ill ii-d
by pi lt.!', i -i ip \ i h L .niat-i l l .-c .

4. ON.IiP..%IUoN \'lVITil [IE.E),tfXllE
Not. 91J \\ E rT Hori.r--r,. r., I'ITV
-IR,- Yor INftAN iBLU-,. D YlitIlP ,a!- -ured
ani- -t altr y 1 a1 tIll -a li.vdi- S it.. Illa a ht a ii-l. re' lle-
e, -lt iJiltr i 'ill.m i. ul 1a i b)o V l. i iim-L t s1 ay iin a it
.i rh i st i .iicaaII lhai any p:-,etaIo c-nli e i:ke lor

\',.iCE : F.IJD.


).',i .!.',-- t .-.,: .'.L;. IN L L[A .i) i .-.V-
i[U P !or it i ('.--1 (ln..i n liih cli I aitE'.-i,' i.' I'O
yf-.r.-, ) '*' mit ,I, h |a .!m..-l :..-uhl .
.\ ai-n d- .-, i| ea.t aay st.,;: an.h i, ., -.ainm ,|iin iti,>
mliea -i ,o.-J-- -. l y li-'vai *iam oam i aa-e Jis a,-5-
i., Iuaa l \ptl nlt. l a iv dy -.. i'iil- aler l- illm-i-
.*ii al I.ou.!2h i:. al tir.~! ca -eJ ,',c .,i-I ni tl dizziii ..
it iquai kl.r ,l 'i.-.i pe:,r, il 1a., L. uli u ,i in,,;m 1.. u e
.M ,ii .,-11..,i is now : .iir -,l pcil. er, ar.d I fnel gr,t-
' ,iaa,' tilad,
YIure, \'M. A. IIEtRMAN,
No. :333a. si ;12[|ial ,t., ,\ew York City.


Nr~v Yofaia., FPub., :3 1 ssf


J~d io/afSI, ,M.D.1


DEam .iSR,-- I take pleasure in r-coaiuitndi,ag.
your I.Nti- \.N BLOOE 1) YILUP as an iuva.u ,IeL
Clia dly ;aOr Ly" p,- iaJ 'y i a-.l' hasi 1 >. i i t, .mj-- f" -
-.r Ih,.:,a I.crioj u dic I dJ p ic a.r i.- ul' lthe I na s1
a- tuil rmr fI1 over 5 Vin--. Durtmin i licl ati-acks
deil' ..u:. l aI1111to l a r li.F r -. -;lit V,
pro scrib. 1J Io, h Vby' i vral dJa i V lllilo Ut vilm-L.I.
NothinL f'tvli he, reli, I'uri.il .l.e i-.iiai l.d .1 botli le
of yvurI IND \N ULOOD PYP.i-P. Its elht'cis
were w '.anderilult 1arid In;- iw or ir-. !vy cui d. It
is a niiJtain.li iha. itio hou .h ,lhJ should lie vili-jut
P. YOU,\G,
Ni ',1 \'ita'it tluuseion-Si., Ciay.
BiatiR D, Junife 2ih, 189.i.,
DE i ,.--'h-ii i I- r c-rilly illi i IIi vc IOuLi id
more igo d iIn )3ur INI) \N iL)OOD SYitIJP liian
any M-.licin., hi,m I l.,,, ever taki"n' f ur Dvhp4p-ia
and indile-i la I .ju m id miavit all Ili,, lutb-r li iali
ir to try Dit. ;..LAhK JUHN-b)N'S INDI.-iN
uLOOi) nY IUP.
SAML. (;. AD.\ lIs.
'ole A \ e,,t fut il ri'i.C i ,a ,
a" 7. .-; .
''* 'c, bireet, St. .,u ,'. e<..


FOR SALE.

A HORSE DONKEY, very quiet,
i i, chil mig-lt umn1g1 hili.)
Al-.:. a WAGON and HARNESS to -uit.-
quite ='w.
Fol P .ic,:-, &,:., plena.' i.pply ot. ther Otfice of
this paper.
-aiilt..n. June 2dith, IS.2.-twiceL

For Sale.
AN ELLIPTIC SPRING TOP


(Nearly New)
To Seat Two Persons,
The Pr'..perty of Lieut. iereslord, It. F.
Applj to
LIEUT. MIDDLEMASS, R.E.,
PI'rospec,
Many 2Sth, ,S2.-tf.

GiO to JOHN MA. McNEILL & CO.,
ityou want a Good Fintting suit of
(.LOT'IHl E.-65 and 66 Front Street.

JOHN il. MicNEILL & CO., have Eing'aged
J ithe Services of a First Class Uutter and
Finer.-t65 and G6 Front Street,

JOHN M1. Mc NEILL% & CO., invite the Puh-
lic to Ca!al ;n'l Ex.,nille their Large A%-
-,rimneieat of Fine uiii iii t'and ,is inft).-
, -5 an,. (j( F'rolt **rr t.
Hamtuiltou, NoT r. l.-... tf


For Rent,


lirs. G6rees

PRIVATE HOTEL.
., 11S. GI. EEN havin made a extensive alter-
a- ioni in her Ilotel accuinio.malaioo tes-
peatfull v aoiecits tlie 'Patronna e of L\DrIE and
ItN-TLa EN iequiring BR.E.AKFASTS, LI'N-
I'HEOi';(NS and DINNER,.,
illtre-h' ienuis sui applied at anay hour.
Beid street, JIlanilton, ,
June "1-, 18-' .

For Rent,
In the Town oft Hamilton, a comfortable- :nal
(ommodious

Di vwellinq fHou se
At. present o.cuplaiedl by l'. Plant, Esqr.
It has many conveniences, ;)ry roos,, ,out-
houses, stabl,.s, &-c.
Possession given Ist Atugust next.
Apply to
W. T. JAMES,
4'2 Front Street.
May 1st, 1SS2.

Wanted.

Wanted Immediately,
A FIRST CLASS

.Lpptlyv to
0. L. DICKINSON.


-- I ~arnilcon. A 1)1-il :3, I S's.


In11 the Town11 of Hamilton. a com- _I' ): 0 i1
fortableand conraodiouas A -ose ald Lot,

Shi- Q T A G- 1 n ihe Town( l / -I-T = = I FOR SALE.
Near the Presb)terian ('huarch. For IParticulars pleaie apply t.)
it h:s many ('ornveniences. I'ossession given R.. ). DARRELL, ESQ.
!st July ret Hamilton, Novr. .9, 1881

JOHN BARRITT. GOOD OuFFE E.


Hamilton, June 12th, 18S2.

WANTED,

A Good Cook.
Apply at this Office.
MUST BE WELL RECOMiENDED.
Hamiltou, Sth May, 1582.'

For Sale,
3 MARKET


To ai iveby the SteiinLter Beta.' on 12th May
pio)xiILiho.
Theat' Wagon;. woie Tmilt at the Factory of
.J. DeW'.olfe, H.alifa:.:. N.:., expro.,ly for
.B-inriaiula. Pik.e mudviratt:. Tertnm3 accom-.
ioa1;itiing to aIppioved purchasers.
ALBERT ITNGLIS.
St. Ge..rge', 1ith April, lVS2.-itf


For ISale,
A Haudsorne Bay


under Sadl



l(1
Ie.


years old. quiet in Harness or


.-ALSO,
Set of llarne,,s, Bridle and Lnaddlo.
Please apAply .-t "Royal Gazette" Otfi-e.
Hamilton, Jull 13, 188 .



FOR, DEMERARA,
THE BIlIGT.
T': T.A PITTT"
:ILLI-. .3I a .r,
Exipette to arriv,- fro. "'t-w York in a few
day- ; will load wii dli spiath tfor Demer;ira
h-i. 1etuli n vi:at Rl,:,ljos.
Piartii-s wi-ihing- to i- l,'age Fti-i-lht will
p,:.?.e tnimk- early-v a )pli.iati-tIk to,)
TIlOS. H. PITT.
H.iunilt.-i, .hj l.- 1!, 1552.
t.'oft'.:- .h'ihk-r -!iuil..l r. 1.1 ti,.- -ivei ti-tiH'ment iu
ah,.,tli,,r ,._,h on he -,I t ...... C..,i ,.
.. -" ''"' ".
S ,' vuL U i II011 1,',
-CALLED

is confidently iecomuaintded to the I public as
au inifailing remeiiiy f Ir wounds otf every .ldes-
cription ; a certain remedy for ulcerated. le.z-s
buiirus, scalds, bruisa-:, chilblains, scorbutici
eruptions, and pimples Oil the face, sore and
inflamued eye,. sure- heads, sore breasts., 1il.,-.
It aiko entirely iem-oves the foul sim-ll ;rising
IL lm i 'iancer.'- -
s.old in pots, 1:3d., 2s. 9d., 4-s. 6d., lls.,
and 2.2s. cach ; and his
PILUi.LIE ik; a'll-SCfiOPilAUL.-E ORM
.,L'I'E i.iA''1VE PBLLi..
Proved by more than sixty y'at-rs' exp.eience'
to 1,. ot of the best, [iimed.li.miis ti or parifyinhg
thit ilood andi assisting Natture in her opera-
tions. They form a mild anld sUperior t'amn.ly
aptirent, which uiay be taken iat all times
without confilieua-nL or t',iange of diet.
ol in Bc:ixes at l.a.1., 2s 9d., -Is. fd., I is.
and .22-. each.
Prepared only bay BEAC i & BARNICOTT.
Bridpirt, Doi -ut, ugl:aud, and bold by all
M.-diciue V i~nors
4 .ALITMET CLUB" Smoking -Mixture
isvery nic. Try it. H. A. Gra.nth-
anm, 40 ind 47 Frout Str,-t.,


Everybody wants it, but very few get. it.
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled iu the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these ,diffl-ul-
ties has been our study. Thutrl.-r's pack-
age coeltes are selected by an exl.ert, who
understands the art of Mblending various
flavors. They are roa-te'.- in the- most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities then put in
pound packages ( i, I!y. ,l, .it i .... ,,l/ad,)
bearing oiir ignatitre as a gittiantee Of
<-enuineness., andleach pa.ckagecontain.sthe
1 Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We.
pack two kinds, Thurber's No. ;3-1," strong
and pungent; Thurber's No. 41," inild
and rich. One or the other will stit every
taste. They have the three 2gr-at points,
Srl ,t d il/ilty, li,., ,.4 ,l t ,,nflit,/, rj a. ,.i ,a/*/.
price. Ad;. your Grv-',,' J'r Tl.,rie'.
roasted i',,4i... vi j",.a,,a1 pa lin.''ic., .3.4"'
or ..'. 41t." Do not abe put. off with any
other kind--your own plaIte will tell you
what is best.
SWhere lprsons desire it, we al.:o furni.lli,
the Jl,.,.d" Coffee-pot, the bimple.-t. best
and cheapest -coffee-pot in existence.
J Grocer, wh7o, sell otr Coffee keepl then
Ask for descri)ptive circular.
P Respectfully, &c.,
H. .K. & F, B. THURBER & CO.,
TImtlorteis, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the larg-est, dealers in food pro-
Sducts in the worl,1, vwe consi.ider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome r.,odsand pack them in a tidy
and sati-a.-:tory haanii:ir'. An g. -.:,.s
beating outl name are guaranteed ti) 1.-
of superior quality, pl,,r ,a' ii. lv...,,,nat.
and dealelisare auithori..ed to rt'iin:l th:.
purchase prices in any case wheie at-UtolAi-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
their fore to th, intterest if :itli alea-rs.
S an, '.l... nsulti is' to u.,- lI' ;,,, ,, / i f.,, ..









Liverpool, QueeidIowi-t'u. L5 dohiOi,
a'id New 1Vork.
SPAIN. HELVETIA, HOLLAND,
EGYPiT. THE -QUEEN, DENMARK.
ENGTLAND, I'ALY, (ANA.DA,
ERIN, FRANCE GREECE.
The STEAMSHIPS of this lii.,:- .-oroarise
TWELVE of the larg.e-t .-te:liieis (bel.:mnging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service la-v-
ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
tirely of iron iand steel, exa-']Jit th- me-rely de.
corative parts, aro dlivided into water-tight
and in':- proof comupartu-nit:t. andl provided
with iveaything calcuilat-d to alddl to their
safety, and to the coitf.ort and. coinv,-nietin-e uf
passengers. 'rhe salu 'ois a.nil staiter-.nl.-; (all
on throw ainat dal ki i art nuni allv larg i.-, lidiht.
and, aily. lTh, table and gei-r-il a1poiit-
ments colul]are favoiurably with the. best hotels
in England.
(Onea of the.ie steaitiie will sail frohi NV'-w
York every Saturday, tor Queen-t,.Iwn and
Liverlpool, and weklv ftor Lacindi.,n diret. firai
New Pier :*!' Norith River. Rites a-t' pa-.-;igeo
in currency :--To Qtte-iistovriu and Liverpool,
a.i0 to S70. To London diret (Vietoriia Docks)
'.50 to ~(30, ex,:ursion ticket,- ll-i,. <:urrei -y ;
Steerage passage $'6. currency. For fulth.r
particulars iaplly to the Company's Office.s,
Nos. O9, 7! and 7S Bro.tdway. New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York, January 27, l'.
1ILVER Watches fta:om i0 to 7. Gold
0 Watches from a-5 to 2l, a.t Child'.. All
Warranted.


Lime Lime !! Lime !!! 1ermuda Veterinary In-


firmary,
REID STREET, HIAMtILTON,
TiIEODO!IZ E J 1BDIGE .V.S.. Re-
sidencee. HamilLai.
iltu1 an.

WVill visit St. Georg.p's Prol'e biioally on nces-
day-Oflice at 0. Spui'Iing, Fesqr's.
WVill vi~it 4nraerset on Pridays.
lid i..tlult.)u,Jaiuary 2. ISS'2.


L IME lburnt, with 11 Cedc Wood
rtnd Coul. can be purliaseld at the Kiln
in this Town from oic bjushel to 25 at 9d.;
for all orders ouv-r :.5, special air.angeimentsenn
ibe made.
On applicationt at foyal Grzette" Offitee.
lanmilton. May 15ih, .I S'?.

f Ay Arrang-ients fer delivery to any part
or the Island can also be made.


JOURNEYMAN.


Potatoes Potatoes!!

Superior Table

PO0T A 1`OES.
,rhe unideri--i ed Ihas. alwvs ou ii
iand a ('tll iipply ot TABLiCP)'''I.
i n (Iua lItY s uperbor to an i' hi juniket, .Ind at

-SP IEt7I AL to I.~- nArmy an-I Navy
(..AN T EE ,NS !a.1 E SF;F:.
W. T. JAMES,
4-2 Front Street.
Hawiltou, October .3, 1861.

P~rotectioni n1.4IIItint U'IR
AT TH[1E 'liN.I IODER.VCE ;




It( in *. rcatBritain.
Throw~h the Hit '.N" .11 QiFIC'E in lheze
,61ands, a ~Saving is erfeuted to the Iiisiired
l) rhh .Stamnp Dogq, a vL iw comn57 l1rable iLVL..
RISKS taken both w '.EA L and I'E1MJ7z iL
III'LOPRI'Vl l~ In 3, i6 or 1-2 foni~hi,
No FELS -tiad nu CI:AJWGEE r Ijhideiv.
N. A BI f'- TrR F[ E'L D,


Hamiltoln, September 9th, 1i56.


A.S.eat.


R0obt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission ;iereliiaitl.
,nd J1NSURA.YCE BROKE.?1S,
18 Leadenuhall Street,
ANDo T LLOYDS,
LONDON, 1JC.
Personal attention gi'ent o Coisi nnmeiti of
Pt-rinuda PIRODUCEIlI aid the killing 01, Bei-
aiudi.iii orders.
--pri :10,1, .l .

Custom Entries.


Agreelilents "fo Lraillurdl 1ani
Tenant,
IN STOCK
At Royal Gazette" St.ationery Store.
-IHILD'S ,Jew,-lIry .tore is Head Quarters
f-' tfor Walthanm Watches in gold or silver
cases.



Dr, Bryan's Electric Bells.
mltI. .i ,


SE L F ( U R A T I VE S,


ADAPTED TO ALL PAk [Ut'S OOF THE F OD Y
-r0R THE CURE OF-
Chronic Nervous Laiseae-, N,-rvous Debility, Phy-
sical Prostration. Brain Trouble,, Puivlyais,
Spinal Complmai.li, Luug Disorders, Itipotency,
Liver C-.mplaintia, Dyspeplsi., Rheutuatim
Headaches, Female Conmplaints, Premature De.
cay, etc

NO MEDICINE IS HE4TESARY.
THIS wonderful discovery in the applie:.tion of
Electricity enables thab sufferer to give scien-
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. Tha belt aci, by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
cur;Pnts thar infuse the syt'emu with the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established.
The El,:(ttio-3Sagnetic Curieu, as evolved bh IIr.
Btyau'* appliances, trengthens the nervous vsy- te'
give force to the braiia aunl digestive ; lunclior. re-
store lost. or iw~apiried power ..I body or mind,
whether arisiug lfron acts of imprudence, ,ickness
or old age.
lllustral -.1 Pamphlels, giiu.g all particular-,, seut -
oni application. Ordet- received though any re-
spoinsible Commission house. and in ordering send
measure iourid the waist and slate the nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.,
17 E. 15.TH .ST., NE YOtK, U.S.A.
A r Ar\\RK %1- CUED.


For Sale,
At '"Royal Gazette"' Statioun-i v Stort,
Hendrie's Petroleum Patent Soaps.


Silippillng am1I.l i n i,1?Soio Agent,
Qiieeri Street,


H-IAM~ILTrON,


l'roffnpt att'i.-Itioll given to ccnisnieamtents,

A AUCtaUu I ediiesklaYs acid Frida~s.


Wanted,
AN APPRENTICE
To the PIiI~il thy Bus.itieQ,.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, June 27, 1882.,


sOns to whom the privileges may be granted of
using their Stores as Sufferance Warehouses.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,'1
22nd June, 1882. J


(No. 9.) RECOULATION.
Friday, 23rd Jane, 1882.-Pursuant to adjourn- Persons to whom the privilege may be granted of
ment the House met. using their Stores as Sufferance Warehouses will
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, be required to give security in the sum of 200.
President; (No. 19.)
The Honorable A. J. Musson, E. C. GORDON,
*, Win. H. Gosling,
If Eugenius Harvey, Colonel, R. E.,
Joseph H. Harvey, Administrator and Coniieader-ia-Chief.
James Tucker, Reer. Genl. and The Administrator of the Government has the
Acig. Col. Seety., honor, at the request of the Board of Works, to in-
.;. S. Tucker. form the Honourable House of Assembly, with
The Bill entitled "An Act for raising a Revenue reference to the construction of the proposed Road
for the support of the Government of these Her from the Main Rnad near "iKeih Hall" to the
Majesty's Islands, and to appropriate certain sums North Road in \% arwick Parish, lor which the
to the discharge of the Expenses of Government as Legislature iu 18SU granted One hundred and ifty-
therein expressed," was read the second time. eight pounds-that, the Board, having proceeded
The House went into Committee thereon. to ascertain the value of the land requited for
The H-n. E Harvey in the Chair. Ltlis purpose linds that, the cost. of such land, in-
The Committee rose. cluding compensation to the Proprietors, amounts
The House resumed, to Five hunilred and twenty-eight pounds and 15, .
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend- Under these circumstances the Board think it
ment. desirable, before taking any further action in this
The House adopted the report. matter, to submit this fact for the consideration of
The following Messages from His Honor the Ad- the Legislature.
ministrator of the Government were delivered by Public d buildings, Hamilton,
the Acting Colonial Secretary :- 22nd June, 1882.
the Acting Colonial Secretaryr. Fraser gave notice that on the 3rd reading of
(No. 10.) the Resolve to pay the amount due the Imperial
E. C. GORDON, Post Office arising from the defalcations of Randel
Colonel, R.E., Eden Webster, be will move that it be deferred,
AdmCistratorn, .C, Cmraander-in-Chief. until the subject in all its bearings shall have been
eAdministrator an Co oan ver- nm-ef. laid before the Right Honourable the Secretary of
The Administralor of the Government has the State for the Colonies
honor, In compliance with the provisions of the tThe House resolved itself into a Committee of
Sufferance Wharf and Warehouse Act of 1875, to the whole to consider the Administrator's Message,
lay before gulationhe Honourable the Legmistratorie Counci No. 16, relating to the International Fisheries Ex.
fixing the amount of security to be given by per- hibitioMr.Keane in the Chair.
sons to whom the privileges may be granted of The Attorney General moved that this Commit-
using their Stores as Sufferance Warehouses. tee cannot under existing circumstances recommend
Pnblic Buildings, Hamilton, the House to make provision for a representation
22nd June, 1882. H of this Colony in the Great International Fisheries
(No. 11.) Exl:iiion to be held in London in 1883-which
(N. 11.) was agreed to.
E. C. GORDON, The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
Colonel, R E., of the Committee.
Colonel, R.E.a t The Attorney General moved that a Message be
Administrator anl Commander-in-Chief. sent to Hi- Honor the Administrator of the Gov-
The Administrator of the Government has the crnment to inform Ris Honor I bat this House does
honor, at the request of the Board of Works, to in- not deem it expedient to make provision for a re-
form the Honourable the Legislative Council, with presentation of this Colony at the Great Interna-
reference to the construction of the proposed Road tional Fisheries Exhibition to be held in London in
from the Main Road near "Keith Hall" to the 1883-which was agreed to.
North Road in Warwick Parish, for which the Ordered, that the Message be sent accordingly.
Legislature in 1S80 granted One hundred and fifty- The Resolve for paying Mr. W. J. Heney for
eight pounds-lbat, the Board, having proceeded PostOffice services, wasread a 2rnd time,committed,
to ascertain the value of the land required for this reported, adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
purpose finds, that the cost of such land, including The Resolve forrefunding Dr. Reesthe duties paid
compensation to the Proprietors amounts to Five on the importation of Stone Sawing Machinery was
hundred and twenty-eight pounds and 15/-. read a second time committed, adopted and ordered
Under these circumstances the Board think it to be erngrossed, and having been engrossed, and
desirable, before taking any further action in this the ten day rule respecting the passage of money
matter, to submit this fact lor the consideration of votms suspended, it was read a third time and
the Legislature. passed.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1 Adjourned to Wednesday next.
22nd June, 1882. J -
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 27th instant, at From the West Indies and Demerara.
-i830, a.m. I The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crow-
...... ell, arrived at St. Georges on Thursday last from
2IwRMUDA. Jarmaica, and left same afternoon for Halifax.
By tihe Al yha we received our customary ex-
Abstract of the Proceeedings of tle H.onorable 'ange files from the West India Islands and De-
A rac (t Poceedings oerara.
House of Assembly. DmmERAA.-We have been favoured with a
Friday, 23rd June.-The Bill entitled An Act to Market Report forwarded by Messrs. A. W. Perot
provide for the filling of Vacant Ecclesiastical & Co., of this Colony, dated 24th Miy.
Benefices was read a third time and passed. 1 Dear Srr.,-In resuming our Report we have to
Aye- 17--Messrs. S C Bell, FM Cooper, R J P advise a continued dull market for most articles of
Darrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, A J Frith, J Fowle, Import. Consumption does not improve and stock
S B Gray, A J Hodsdon, W H Hughes, C C Keane, move out but slowly. After very heavy rains we
S A Masters, W R Peniston, C Peniston, J W are having fine sunshiny weather, very suitable to
Pearman, W H Wilkinson, TJ Wadson. the cultivation;
Nays 5-l-Mesers. R D Fraser, W S Masters, T A There having been no fresh cases, we may cou-
Onterl midge, A k1u Onduey, J N Smith. sider ourselves frei- of the late disastrous Fever.
Mr. R. J. P Darrell introduced a Resolve for re--
funding Ihe duty on certain Steam Sawing MAla. JAxAA.-Americans are inquiring with regard
chinery--which was read a first time. to the possibility of pushing the cinchona cultiva-
The Resolve for paying 645 due to the to the Impe- tion in the. Il.aud, as they wish to invest in its cul-
rial Post Office was read a second time and corn- tivation.
Initted. The Morant and Pedro Cays became dependen-
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair. dencies of Jamaica on the 8th instant. H.M.S.
Mr. Wilkinson moved to make the following ad- Co.t' took on 28th ult., from Kingston, a large
dthion to the Resolve :-" And (bthat while this quantity of cocoanut plants to MErant Cay. to es-
House makes the necessary provision to meet its tablish a co-:oanut plantation there in connection
indebtedness to the Imperial Post Office in the I with the Public Gardensand Plantatio of Jamaca.
above sum of 645 it cannot but regret that no THE QUEEN's BErTHDAY.-24lth May was cele-
careful inquiry appears to have been made as to the brated throughout Jamaica with unusual rejoicing.
financial condition of the late Colonial Secretary's The Hnuds All Round" Demonstration in the
Office before that Officer was permitted to leave the Parade Gardene Kingston, by about 1,300 child-
Colony"-which was affirmed. ren, with striking effect, to an audience of at least
Ayes 18-Messrs. S C Bell, FM Cooper, R JP 10,000 people.
Darrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, A J Frith, J Fowlse, The Customs authorities of Kingston have seized
A J Hodedon, W H Hughes, S A Masters, T A the schooner Olivia which arrived at that port on
Outerbridge, R Penision, .T W Pearman, J N the 27th May, from Port-au-Prince. It appears
Smith, T F J Tucker, R Tynes, WV H Wilkinson, T that the vessel was built and registered at Halifax,
J Wadson. N.S., I. it was afterwards sold to a Haytian, who
Nays 7-MessRs. Speaker, R D Fraser, S B Gray, neglected to re-registerherashailingfrom any port,
C C Keane, S C Outerbridge, A M Oudney, C Pen- but ran the risk of flying the English flag, an of-
istoo. fence for which she is seized.
The question on the Resolve with the amend- The Jamaica Glan.e of the 9th instant gives
mant was put byothe Chairman. "Jamaica," not Bermuda, credit for the remark-
Mr. Fraser mov-d that the Committee rise and able specimen of the Easter Lily which was re-
report progress, until the subject in all its bearings cently sent hence per Or;,o, to New York.
shall have be, n brought under the notice of the 3, w
Right Honourable the Secretary of State for the 34'00o bunches of bananas arrived at New York
Colonies-which was objected to on a point of or- i one day fromBaracoa--13 cargoes. It wa ex-
der. pected that 137 'additional cargoes would arrive
The House resumed. within the month.
The question was referred to His Honor the Last year fruits were imported into New York
Speaker in the Chair, who supported the objection. worth 4,383,096 and paid $762,376 in duties.
The Resolve was recommitted. BAunADos.-A general election for members to
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair. serve in the General Assembly took place on the
The Resolve as amended was then affirmed. 15th ultimo. The only changes were the filling of
Ayes 18-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, R J P Dar- vacancies caused by the elevation of Mr. Henry
rell, T N Dill, A J Frith, J Fowle, S B Oray, A J Pilgrim, late Speaker, and Mr. J. W. Parris, to
Hodedon, C C Keane, S A Masters, WV R Penis- the Council, the resignation of a member for St.
ton, C Peniston, J W Pearman, J N Smith, T F J Thomas, and by the appointment of Mr. Cunning-
Tucker, R Tynes,W H Wilkinson, T'P J Wadson. ham to a Judgeship, in St. Lucia. These were
Nays 7-Messrs. F M Cooper, R D Fraser, W J severally succeeded by Mr. J. J.1. Spencer and Mr.
Frith, WH Hughes, T A Outerbridge, SC Outer- H. Greaves, Mr. M. J. BoveUll, and Mr. W. M.
bridge, A M Oudney. Phillips, the other 20 members retained their seats
The House resumed, as before.
The Chairman reported the Resolve as amended The Legislative Session of 1882-3 was to be for-
in Committee and it. was adopted by the House mally opened on the 30th ultimo.
and ordered to be en qed. The command of theTroops in Barbados devolves
Ayes sl8. NaypMs on Col. Justice, A.A.G., and Colonel Wiseman
The Resolve for payng Writers in the Secretary's Clarke, at Jamaica, assumes the command-in-chief
Office was read a 2nd time and committed. in the West Indies.
Mr. Keane in the Chair. The Hon. Augustus Briggs, President of the
The House resumed. Legislative Council, is dead. His demise is much


The Chairman reported the Resolve with the lamented.
blank filled up, and it was adopted by the House rhe quantity of Sugar in stock is large, .nd there
and ordered to be engrossed. are no vessels to take it away.
The following Messagesfromthe Administrator:- [The arrival and departure of the troop-ship
lo ) ol8 g Orontes from the Island is mentioned in our latest
(No. 18.) paper thence via Jamaica. These facts we men-
E. C. GORDON, tloned in our last issue, copied from the Army and
Colonel, R. E., Navy Oazette, London, of the 1st instant.]
Administrator and Commander-in.Chief. Their Juno Race Meeting promises to be an ox.
citing one. The visitors from Demerara and Trini-
The Administ actor of the Government has the dad with their horses, would, it was thought, be
honor, in compliance with the provisions of the numerous.
Sufferance Wharf and Warehouses Act of 1875, to The Barbadians are muclfpleased with their new
lay before the Honourable House of Assembly a Governor, Mr. Robinson they say that whatever he,
Regulation made 1Y the Administrator in Council, does, has a tendency to quiet apprehensionsand to
fixing the amount ol security to6 be given by per- promote harmony and for the better working of


BERMUDA.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Council.


the city from yellow fever was ninety eight 198),
and of these twenty-six k261 died in the wards of
Cumingsburg which, after deducting the deaths at
Colonial Hospital exceeds fifty per ceut. of all
deaths from this cause inu other parts of the city.
The inhabitants of Main street suffered more
severely than any other locality, and I cannot divest
my mind of the belief that the digging out the
large centre trench was the chief factor causing
that mortality. An immense mass of putrid, foul,
and stinking debris was thrown out of this trench
and left on its edges giving off its noxious miasms
until washed back again into the trench by a heavy
rainfall with large landslips from the sides. It
was, of course, again thrown out and then backed
on to the road, after which it was carted away by
slow degrees-thus subjecting the dwellers in Main
street to four turnings over of this vile stuff, the
whole operation occupying a term of about six
weeks, I ;, from about the 20th of February to
nearly the end of March. I have come to this con-
elusion from the fact that while this work was in
progress a great deal of sickness prevailed on the


the public institutions."
Up to 26th May, 34,531 hhds. sugar, and 16,644
puncheous molasses had been shipped: not more
than one-half of what is expected to be the total
amount of the reaping.
GaRENADA.-The Hon. Philip Henry Nind is to
be Lieut. Governor of this Colony. Mr. Nind has
served as Auditor General both in Trinidad and
Demerara. He is looked on as "the right man in
the right place."
TarnnAn possesses two chief towns-Port of
Spain, with a population of 32,000, of which one-
fourth aro white, and the balance Negroes, Coolies
and Chinese. San Fernando, the only other town,
has a population of 6,400 of which one-fifth are
white ; the balance are coloured. The total popu-
lation of the Island is 154,000, the area about
1,'00 squ-are miles, about 98,200 acres are under
cultivatiu*n in sugar cane, cocoa, coffee, cor'0.nut
and ve'eLtables, and some 6,500 acres for pastur-
age. Triuidad has made great strides both in po-
pulation and commerce. In 1799 the population
was 17,718 ; in 183S it was 29,328 andin 1881, as I
have stated, it had reached inexact figures 153,12S,a
trernend,'ins gain. But its commercial prosperity
has increa-ed in a greater ratio than its population.
In 1939, '40 and '-41 the average annual export of
sugar was 27,000,000 lbs. Whilst in 1871, 2 and 1,
it. had risen to 119,000,000 lbs., and is now i.Lr
ahead of these figures. In 1855 the imports were
to the value of X554,531 stg., the exports t'S7,-
999, andin 1879 we ftiwl th. balance of trade in
favor of the Island, with an imnport of .2.223,271
stg., and export of 2,264,745; this is certainly
making rapid strides. The revenue of the Island
in 1878 was 347,000 stg.;-. and in 1880, 430,600,
another heavy increase, but unfortunately the ex-
penditure for 1880 exceeded the revenue by 3,200
stg., accounted for by local improvements.

VEGETABLES AND FRUITS FROM BER-
MUDA.
From the Florida" Union."
A steamship line between New York city and
the Bermuda Islands, to be owned by the farmers
and other busiuess menof the islands, is to be estab-
lished at an early day. The distance is only about
seven hundred mil'e, and early vegetables another
products of the i-lands will be placed in New York
in about forty hours. The Steamship City of
Hamilton is about 2,500 tons, will be the pioneer in
the lime. A cable line between Bermuda and Hal-
if x is also contemplated. If the above project
goes into effect it will be necessary for our fruit-
growers and truckers to take steps for their protec-
tion by securing increased facilities for rapid and
safe transportation to New York, either through the
enlargement of present lines or the establishment of
a new one. It cannotbe long ere the necessity arises
for aline of fleet, commodious steamers, thoroughly
ventilated and provided with all the appliances for
the preservation and rapid transportation of perish-
able commodities. It is as well that Floridians
should understand that they will be called on to en-
counter opposition in a department which they
have heretofore regarded as being absolutely under
their own control. We can raise these products
quite as early as they can be had in the Bermudas,
and we clearly have the advantage of those islands
in skilled labor and scientific cultivation. Still, to
be forewarned is to be forearmed," and it is right
and prudent for us to avail ourselves of all the fa-
cilities within our power. Florida acknowledges a
rival in the Bermudas, but claims that her advan-
tages are, if properly applied, still immeasurably
superior.- From the New York Herald, June 9.'
Florida claims to have shipped to New York this
season, 29,000,000 oranges. In Oranges, Florida
may beat Bermuda but she cannot do so in onions
or potatoes.

DR. CASIERON ON YELLOW FEVER.
FRox THR DEMmBABA COLONIST," MATY 6.
In Dr. Cameron's annual report as Medical
Officer of Health the following remarks on yellow
fever appear:-The invasion of this pestilence is
the saddest part of the saititry report for the past
year, so many promising colonists of varying ages
having been cut down in their prime leaving be-
hind them sorrowing and desolate households.
There is no disease reardiiing the origin of which
greater diver.4ity of o.iion exists than this malig-
nantfever. A large s-:etiun of the medical profes-
sion maintain that it is never one of spontaneous or
domestic origin but always one of importation.
Another equally large and important section main-
tain view. entirely opposite. But all parties agree
that whether it be of dome-til or exotic origin,
the yellow fever virus or contagion is almost inno-
cuous unless it meets with a conmenial nidus or
pabulum to call its malignity into full force. One
able and distinguished writer in treating of this
matter, remarks that "a corrupted state of air is
without doubt necessary to give these contagious
atoms their full force, for otherwisee it were not
ea-y to conceive how the plague when once it had
seized any place should ever cease but with the
destruction of all the inhabitants. This is really
accounted for by supposing an emendation of the
qualities of the air and the restoring of it to a
healthful state capable of dissipating and surpass-
ing the malignity." Dr. Hossack, a most eminent
awl experienced Aii mri:.mi Phbsician, in writing to
an equally di:tinguinhed o..utemporary in Edin-
burgh on the laws of contagion, plhtI es Yellow
Fever and some other, in a separate 'lass, and
states that "diseases of this separate class are
only in general communiable through the medium
of impure air, rendered so by the decomposition of
animal and vegretible snl,)tance, as t-ikes place in
low mar.-hy countries, or bly .,on.entrated liumann
effluvia they are rendered not only extremely ima-
lignant and mortal in tlihemselves, but become com-
munmicalle to others who approach the sick." Thus
having shown the concurrence of all sections of
the medical profession as to the tetTible consequen-
ces of yellow fever being introduced into any place
where the sanitation is bad, whatever its mon,] of
origin or introduction may be, it bec.,me- apparent
that the duty of every local authority, within the
yellow fever zone, is to maintain the highest stand-
ard of s-auitation compatible with the means at
their conunaud for doing so. A very remarkable
fact with relation to the late outbreak of yellow
fever is that it chiefly ravaged the principal parts
of the city, having lhrge open centre tremuches,
many of which had been thrown out, not very long
before the appearance of yellow fever, and leaving
the other parts comparatively free from the scourge.
The mortality returns show that the total deaths in


almost all the lOinu. ies. One lot is a collection of
pamphlet, engrvings, an-I other small public.
tion-, inlaid, mounted, and bound in 17 large and
thick volumes. Pr.:.fssedly, this colle..tion contains
about all our knowledge on this important and
growing industry.
f In a recent p.:ppr well :supported by the reports
of actual result", Major Hallet tu'ges the expedi-
ency of tsecuriug food-plant improvement by avail-
ing ourselves of the variations in plants, and by
means of the prin,.ipl- of inheritance perpetuate,
increase, and accumulate year by year the original
variation in the desired direction. This is a hint
to farmers of paramount importance. For as the
author truly remarks, how vast is this field conm-
pared with that presented by the food-producing
animals, for while animals supply food for man
alone, and for him only in part, plants may be said
almost wholly to support both them and man.
Further. -his direction of humaneffort includes not
only the plants distined for food and clothing, but
also every kind uf vegetation which contributes
to the welfare and happiness of mankind.


west or leeward side of Main street, and many
very severe cases of choleraic diarrhea, came under
my care, while there was no extraordinary sickness
on the windward side of the street. When yellow
fever made its appearance the cases in Main street
were peculiarly malignant, and all of them occur-
red on the leeward side, showing clearly that some
evil influence was carried into houses by the cur-
rents of a vitiated atmosphere, which did not affect
the houses to wiuward of this trench. This con-
dition of things can only be aeeounted for by ad-
mitting that it arose from local mischief of a most
deleterious kind however induced. So far an my
information goes, and I have made close enquiries,
all the fatal cases of yellow fever in Camp street
occurred on the leeward side of the street. It ap-
pears to me quite evident that unless these large open
trenches are kept quite full of water eonstautly,
they dlo much more harm than good by giving
off uuheldthy mularial vapours, and giving facili-
ties f,.r ignorant population to drink stagnant,
green, unwholeso:me water, pregnant with evil,
instead of going to) the tmd-pipes for sound and
whollesome water for the uie of their households.

Four Day, Later from New York.
The flue Biiganutine T. H. A. P.tt, Captain Hol-
lis, in a Ieautiful run of tV days from New York,
arrived yesterday. We are indebted to Captain
Hollis, for files of New York palp'irs of the 19th in-
stant.
Mr. Davitt, the now famous organizer of the
Lan.i L- tue movenmput in Ireland, arrived in New
York ri,. e ISth iunt.ant. Davitt says there is no
conflict betweenhim and Parnell.
A new Egyptian Ministry has been formed with
Ra'hilPI'a..ha a Pr-.-lideut of the Council, Arabi
Bey being retained as Minister of War. There is
,',-O er luently ". ,ill.
It ik said that the C.,ufereuce was to meet at Con-
stantinople on the *22Un inst.
Austria and G(enriumy are intriguing for the ae-
ceptance by Spain of a voice in the proposed con-
ference on E.'yptian affairs, with a view to making
Spain ,one of the great Powers.
A panic has been created in Russia by the ap-
pointment of Count Tolatoi as Minister of the In-
terior. A revolt ha-, broken out in Tombov and the
peasants of Kaz.tu hre driven awaytheir landlords
and divided the land.
England and Russia have been exchanging views
as to th. ir fnttur- p:,licy inaCeutral Asia.
Thermometer at New York .,u the 17th, 3-30 p.m.,
$6 0
A destruct ie *.y.:l.ne passed over Grinuell, Iowa,
destroyin'- one-holf iof the town and causing larye
loss of life. TInun. u-:- damage was done in other
places in the route .f the storm. Very destructive
storms were exl.,rie.. .-.1 also in K:nsa and Illi-
nois, and another in S.ir:toga county New York.
The News' currespondeut at Berlin says:-" Herr
Meiling, one ol the principal navigators in the Ger-
man navy, has been arrested at Kiel on the charge
of having accepted a bribe of 150,000 rubles to
deliver to the Russian Goreruuentu copies of the
plans of all works of defence on the German coasts."
RUSSIA AND ENGLAND.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 18.-The Petersburgskaia
fTed,,mosti state, that, owing to the disturbed con-
dition of Afghanistau. consequent upon Ayoub
Khan's intrigues, an exchange of views has taken
place between M. de. Giers. the Russian Minister
of Foreign afairs, aund Sir Edward Thornton, the
British Ambassador, with reference to the future
policy of England and Russia in Ceutral Asia.
FENIAN ARMS.
LoNDON, June 18.-A man named Thomas Walsh
was arrested on Saturday night, in connection with
the'arms seizure. The police regard the arrest as,
important. It is said that themlufrirmatiou councern-
ing the arms was sent from&uPari<.
THOMAS WALSH.-Thlumas Walsh is the tenant
of the house in Clerkenwell where the ammunition
and firearms w-ere seized. From the fact that he
has assisted emigrauts to America it is inferred
that lie has connection with parties iu the United
States. A die, on w'[ich is a design of a shamrock
for stamping rifles and revolvers was also seized.
Since Walshe's arr--it 500 pounds ofi. ammunition
have been seized aIt hi. rIesildeie in Hatt,,n Gar-
den.,
THE CONFERENCE.-A deepatch from Berlin
says:-England and France hare promised that the
conference ou Egyiutiau affairs will meet on the '2ud
inst. at Constaitinople. Meanwhile the Khedive,
Derviach Pacha aid Arabi Pacha, have promised to
maintain order." Arabi Pacha. in presenting prizes
to pupils of the Itilian College, said that the public
securit.v wouli be ciiran! .ed. The British Cabinet
will meet to.-day- to c'n. der thie affairs in Egypt.
The .Spanish Munisterial organ Iferia denies the
report that. Spain claims repr5e,,ntation in the con-
farence.
WARLIKE PREPARA.TONS.-The London Stand-
ard's Alexandria eorr-espondent telegraphs that
batteries of artillery havr- been arriving there by
night trains Iur the past few days. It is positively
stated that within th'. last few dars Arabi Pacha has
given orders fr torpedoes to th v.ilue oft 20,090..
Dervisch Pacha has avi:sed the Kbedive to go to
Cairo and remain there for a few days. so as to,)
trauquillize the people. The 0.i'eerver's depatch
from Alexandria repults, that the Catathe Irrig'tioun
Works have stopped. The .'orth Vkerm.az Gaelte, of
Berlin, says that Germany has chartered an Aus-
trian Lloyd steamer to, remove Ger.,'ins Irom Alex-
andria, the acconum',l tit'us of the German maa-nl-
war flabie.ht beius n ,.l..ioate. rTIhe Italian man-
of-war Aff,>uliatre, with two comipauies of troops
aboard, has arrived at Port Said.
TuNs, June 12.-Mr. Levy, theEnglish claimants
to the Enlida estate, is dead. It was the difficulty
about the possession ofr mii property which precipi-
tated the French inovement. against Tunis.
A des.).t-:-l from Alexandria reports that the
surgeon attached to the Brirish ranu-of-war Su-
perb was belly wouo.l- in he ri.ot, yesterday.
Two cases of yell.iv fever wver- remorvel from the
Brig Henry T. Wi'uj, ''ipttiu A. H. Smith, tU the
Hospital, at Philwlelphia on the 10th instnut. The
U. T. I\iij was tfroiu larvna. with a: cargo of mo-
lasses. After the reu.i'.a! o'f thie .i:k men the ves-
sel was diiutfecLel and purified.
At a London 'Au.ti')a-r.:,nm w.as recently sold a
library comprising, it i. believed, the whole litera-
ture of tobacco. It was collected by a Mr. Bragge,
who gave to the work 311 of the best years of his
life. Toah ico is tre.te-1 of in all its forms and in


the South Road of Devonshire, to be'kept by
Mrs. Webb, and Jetters, &c., will be forwarded
by the morning and afternoon mails both from
St.. George's and Hamilton, for delivery
throughout that Parish.
The Eastern line of Delivery in Mr. F. N.
CoopI's I district, Southampton, East-will be
extended to the Parochial line of division be-
tween Warwick and Southampton.
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD
3 3p Colonial Postmaster.-

At Paris a well-known philanthropist is dead in
Sir John Rose Carmack, who acquired eminence
and an excellent name during the Paris siege from
the medical aid he gave the troops. Many honors
afterward came to him for these and other deeds.
His knighthood was conferred by the Queen of
England. His age was 66.


Coloidal Secetary's Office,
Hamilton. May 26, 1882.

The Schools' Act, 1879.

Notice to Palrents and Others.

UNDER the above Act the father, or, if he
be dead, the mother, or, if she be mar-
ried again, the stepfather, of every child above
6, and under 13, years of age, is required to
make a return in writing to the local Parish
Vestry of the names, in full, and ages, of all
children within the above ages in his or her
family, or under his or her care or control,
stating with respect to every such child where
such child is being educated, whether at hoine
or at school, and if at School at what School.
The mother, or, if she be married, the step.
father, of every illegitimate child is required
to make similar returns.
The above returns are required to be sent. in
to the Parish Vestries before the 30th of June
next, and afterwards half-yearly, viz., every
June and December.
Any such father, mother, or stepfather, fail-
ing to make any such return, or knowingly
making any false or incorrect return, is made
liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty shil-
lings, besides costs of prosecution.
By the Act every such father, mother, or
stepfather (as the case ma.y be) is made liable
to pay a School Rate of Six Shillings a Quar-
ter for every child between the above ages
with respect to whom the Parish Vestry does
not receive satisfactory proof (by the Certifi-
cate of some Teacher or other sufficient evi-
dence) that such child has attended a. school
approved by the Inspector of Schools, or the
Parish Vestry, at least three out of every four
School days during the Quarter, unless the
Vestry shall be satisfied, by proper evidence,
that the child has been prevented attending
school by sickness or infirmity, or by the want
of a proper school, which he could reasonably
be expected to attend, within a reasonable
distance, or by other reasonable cause to be
allowed by the vestry, or that the child has
been receiving a sufficient education by pri-
vate tuition.
Parents, or others, wilfully, or unreasona-
bly, refusing or neglecting to pay the School
Rate, to the Overseers of the Poor, within 20
days after the same is demanded, are made
subject to the payment of costs of suing for
the same. not exceeding S', and on making
default in payment of any rates, adjudged
by a Justice of the Peace to be paid, to 20
days imprisonment for want of sufficient
distress.
By His Honor's Command.
JAMES TUCKER,
A.,:nag Coloai'al Secretary.
May 30, June 27.

THE CASTO OIL. PLANT AS A FLY-KuLLER.-Ob- -
servatious made by M. Ratford, a member of the
S.-:ci6t6 d'Horticulture at Limoges, dhow that a
castor-oil plant having been played in a room in-
fested with flies, they disappeared, as by enchant-
mnent. Wishing to find the cause, he soon found
under the cestor-oil plant a number of dead flies,
and a large number of bodies had remained cling-
iug to the under surface of the leaves. It would,
therefore, appear that the leaves of the castor-oil
plant give out an etsential oil, or sorne toxic prin-
ciple which p,besses very strong iustecticide quali.
tiet. Castor-oil plants are iu France very much
itued is ornamental plants in rooms, and they resist
very well variatiouo ouf atmosphere and temperature.
A.s the cantor-oil plant is very much grown and
cultivated in all gardeus, the Joareai d'Agyriitiure
points out that it would be worth while to try de-
coctions of the leave.:- to destroy the green flies and
other insea:t.~ which in summer are so destructive to
plants aud fruit trees. Anyhow, M. Raffurd's
ob.srvatio.ms merit that trial should be made of the
properties of the eastor-oil plant. b.th for the
de-struction of flies in dwellings and of other trouble-
sorme insects.-F,-'n t/', h Brit.:, M'f,,I'- .TdiTwiri, M,.ray


(Chauge in the Postal De-
liveries.

Cblolial Post Office,
HAMILTON, 10th June, 1882.
IN PURSUANCE OF REGULATIONS
MADE BY THE GOVERNOR AND COUN-
CIL to improve the Postal Deliveries in these
Islands the public are hereby informed that
the following Changes will take place on the
I st of July next:-
The Receiving Office on the Old Ferry Road
will be abolished and that District included
in the St. George's Delivery-such District to
comprise St. George's Island and Longbird
Island-the Delivery to be performed by the
Letter-carrier employed at the St. George's
Por 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 contents by the Letter-carrier every morn-
ing before nine, and again in the afternoon
before the despatch of the Mail from St.
George's.
Mr. Wilkinson's Receiving House in aHamil-
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. Alien, Esq.,United states Con-
sul near the Flatts.
The Receiving House kept by Mr. Webb in
Smith's Parish will be abolished, and that
portion of the District in Smith's Parish hi-
therto served from that Office merged into the
Flatts Delivery.
A new Receiving Office will be opened on




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