Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00081
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
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No. 27.-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VZAS ATTZQUAS. 24s. per Ann.

__.u-illon, Ber*nd, Tesdavy, J1y 4149 18S-.

B E R M U D A. orable the Secretary if State for the Colonies-
Swhich was negatived.
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative Aves-'AMessrs. R J P Darrell, R D Fraser, W
Council. J Fritb, W S Masters, S C Outerbridge, T A Out-
Tuesday, 27/th June, 1882.-Pursuant to adjourn- erbridge, A M Oudney, W R Peniston, T J Pear-
-..ment the House met. man.
Pres-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, Nys 1-Messrs. J A Atwoo, F Cooper, T
PresidentsiJ N Dill, S B Gray, H H Gilbert, J M Hayward, A
The HonorbleWm. H. Gosling, J Hodsdon,WC Hvland,W H. Hughes, C C Kean.:,
The HonorableWm. H. Gosling, SA Masters, C Peniston,J WV Pearman, J N Smith,
JosEugeniu Harvey, R Trynes, W H \ilkinson, 'V J Wadson.
J ames Tucker, Reer. Goal.e The Resnlve was then read a third time and
Actg. Col. Secty I passed.
The Resolve for paying Writers in the Secre-
A Bill entitled '"'An Act to provide for.the fill- tary's Ofce, was read a third time and passed.
ing of Vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices," Ordered, that Mr. Hay-'" a Mr. Dill and Mr.
A Bill entitled "An Act to continue the Act Wilkinson be a Comitniler to bring in a Bill to
settling a salary on the Speaker of the Assembly," amend the Act No. 4, 1867, relating to the Slorage
And, of Dangerous Commodities, with Iave to the Comn-
-o A n rd, i esMD. .. milittee 1o employ Counsel ia its preparations.
t'hA gmolvefor paying ltoiFrederick Rees, M. D., The Bill to continue the Act providing for the
the sum of 13 5/1, being duty paid by him on Care of Quarantine Bailding- on Nonsuch Island,
certain Machinery imported from New York for was read a 2nd time and committed.
sawing Stone,- were brought up from the House Mr. Keane in the Chair.
of Assembly and severally read a first time. The Attorney General moved that the blank for
The Bill entitled "An Act for raising a Revenue the duration be f I led 1 .
for the support of the Government of these Her Mr. R. J. P. Darrell moved 1SS"-which was
Majesty's Islands, and to appropriatA certain sums negative.
to the discharge of the Expenses of Government as negatives 5. Nays 9.
therein expressed," was read the third time and The House resumed.
passed, and ordered to be returned, to the House of Phe Chairman reported the Bill with the blank
Assembly by the Hon. James Tucker with the fol- filled up and it was adopted and ordered io be en-
lowing Message:- grossed.
MAr. .pesaker and Gentlemen of the Honorable House The Resolve for paying Mr. W. J. Heney for
of Assembly: Post Office Services was read a third time and
I am directed by the Legislative Council to re- passed.
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled Adjourned to Monday next.
An Act for raising a Revenue for the support of RICKET.
the Government of these Her Majesty's Islands, CRICKET.
and to appropriate certain sums to the discharge STAFF AND DEPARTMENTS '. ST. GEOR-ESi.
of the Expenses of Government as therein express- These two teams met last week at Prospect, the
ed," in which the Legislative Council have con- St. Georges team having beaten the S. and D., a
curred. week previous at St. Georges. In the first innings
CounCil Chamber, the St. Georges team beat the S. and D., by five
27th June, 1882. f runs. In the second innings the S. and D., made
The Hon. WV. H. Gosling presented a Petition GS runs, leaving theiroppunent 64 t1 win. Serlt.
fIrom the Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council of Hall, R.A., an, Bombardier ,Wood, R.A., wthre
the Town of St. George's, praying that certain the first two in for St. Georgeq, who kuo.ked the
restricioDs enforced by the Act of 1867, with re- ball about .lust as they pleased, and had made 42
guard to unloading Cargoes of refined Petroleum in runsoff Ledsani ul Dowker's bowlig when
the Harbor Sf S George's may be removed, for the bowle-rs wert c-u--ed for Ricn and Furdiu',
reasons staed ai Glength. who put both the batters outuintheir fir.t, over, ad
length took the next. six wickets for 24 runs. The St.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 30th inst., at l1130 Geor-es team won the match by 3runs aud 4 wi.:k-
m.- ,-ts, hut, we think, had the biwliig not been m.:u-
opolized in the early-part of the tomtl inniun-, the
3BERMUDA. I match would bhave had a. diffeent result. The t,:,l.
lowing -re the .,:or-ls.
.7 -. STArr Ain DEPAiTMENmITS.

Abslirael of /ie f'oceedinj-s of the onrab 2 '
.Homue o/ JA.semnbly. Mr. LedshAmu,, bi.Wood( 0 b. Matbl-top
I'ednisday, 28th June.-Mr. V. J. Frith present- Stafert.. L ,Moran .,8 od b.
ed a Petition from William George Frith an.] 2n iCorpl. Fursou,A...,.
others, that a road mauy be authorized to be made in Co -W F, 1 h Wuo,.d 2.
place of one which leads to the dwellings of the ood 1 W d 2
Petitioners, rendered inaccessible by the repairs of tMorefin 5 Ui.w. '.. Ma-i
the Public Road-for reasons stated in the Peti-I L orp. Dowker, E., pletop
tion. bbLance Corpl. Dowker, s.11., pletopll
tlion. b.. 1, Morcani 10 b. 0ood I
Mr. Cooper presented a Petition from Messrs.I b. Mora 0 Wood
Josiah T. Darrell and James A. Conyers praying: Pte. Palmerit, o..., run out 7 c. and b.Begg
for the refund of duty paid in the case of the CoteP. Moss, ..c., c. and b.
Steamship Pelero," which called here for repairs, Wood 3 h. Woods
for reasons set forth at length in the Petition. Corpl. Gibson, o.s.o., b. Wood 2 1. Woods
The Atlorney General introduced Bill to provide Pte. Harrison c., andTO., T b
for completing the General Register of Births, Mar- Wood r.0 b. Wood
riases and Deaths-which was read a first time. Pte. Lausbury, o.s.c., not out 0 uot out
The Petition of the Corporation of St. George's a o Extras 9 Extras
relating to the restrictions on The storing of Petro- E.
leum by tbe Act No. 4 of 1867-wasread and com- Total 45 Total t
milted.T ST C. Eo'.Tta.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. ST. GEOGES.
The House resumed. I stI.a Iilgs. 2id IaIdl.'.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained GunnerMartinu,.A..b. Ledsham 8 b. Furguson
leave'to sit again. Case, n.A., c. MoLintic
A Message Itrom the Legislative Council return- 1. Dowk,-r 2
ing the Bill of Supply and Appropriation concurred Born. Wood, R.A., '. and b. 0 b. Furguson '2
in by that Honourable House. Ledsham
Ordered, that the folloaiug Message be s-nt to Corpl. Morcan, u .I.R., e. Smith e. McLintic b.
His Honor the Administrator:- b. Ledsliam 4 Furguson
May it Please Your Honor :- Pte. Cuffe, n..I.., c. Lansbury
We are directed by the House of Assembly to b. Do eto A., bwke. Led-123 not out
request that Your Honor will be pleased Ltoacquaint Ginner Mapletop, a A., b. Led- 13 not out
the House when it will be convenient to Your HG- sh sha-
nor to receive the Grants of the People. Gunner Cocker n.A., b. Dowker .Ftu'guson
The Petition of the Corporation of St. George's S1. COavan,n.x.., Dowker "
was again committed. Corpi...avaaa.s.R., s. Dowker
was again committed. Ledsham 5 '. aud ,. Rice
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. C LBed bw. a. Hand.rriouic..
The House resumed. Dowker Beggs, F. c. Harguson
The Chairman reported progress and obtained ot out 0 Dowk. ad ice 1n
leave to sit again. rgt. a ot ot 0 c. ad Rice xtras
Extra 2 Extras

A Message from His Honor the Administrator:
(No. 20.)
Colonel, R. E.,
Administrator and Commanidr-in-Chtief.
The Administrator of the Government has the
honor to inform the Honorable House of Assembly
that he will be prepared to receive the Grants of
the people this day at hall past one o'clock.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
28th June, 1882.
The House waited upon His Honor accordingly
when His Honor replied':-
-Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen ot the Honorable House
of Assembly ;
1 thank you in Rer Majesty's name for the lib-'
eral provision you have made to meet the require-
ments of the Colony for the ensuing year.
The Petition of the Corporation of St. George's
was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Hayward moved that the prayer of the Pe-
tition be granted, and tha.t it be recommended t,
the House to amend the Act No. 4, lIb37, and t.j
order a Bill to be brought in with the view of
carrying out the prayer of the Petition--which was
agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution.
The Attorney General moved that thb Resolve
for paying the sum of 645, to the Imperial Post
Office, be now read a third lime.
Mr. Wirkinson moved that the words the Le-
gislature" be substituted lor the words" i his House"
in the 20th line thereof-which was agreed to.
Mt. Fraser moved that the ;-brd reading o tbi,
Resolve be deferred until the subject in all itS
bearings shall have been laid before the Right Hon-

Total 60

Total 6


Persons desirous of SHIPPIN(
Through W. H. PENISTON, to the we'
known Firm of MESSRS..

Dunscomb & Fr ith
Will have every facility afforded then to do
on applying to
46 Front Street,
April 1S, lSS2.-tf.

H. M, 1 ARRON,
Merchandise Broker and Mfanutai
turers' Agent.,
125 Chambers Street,
P. 0. Box 27'26.
P.r Special attention paid
Bermnnda, Shipients.
New York, March 22nd, 18S'2.-tf
Cflee driuker, ihouuld read the altvortikieneut
another column headed l Uvti Cltgce.



Notice to Stone Cutters. The Juvenile Templars,
No. 8, Tucker's Town,
Tenders will be received by the Intend (D. V.) to give
Undersigned until NdTE .on AL W

&_ _trA_.i IN THE TOWN HALL,
R 4z. ATs- R--- g 4mumlk'' V, CI

The 8th July, 18.9,
From Persons desirous of C(Ontr ting to Sup-
ply and Dliver at Ireland Islanal, thee Under-
mentionedl probable quantities of
ic'Lyl %' :_.-y'f s-Cll > ?'Iak i"-i_'rte.


For the Foresters' Hall viz. :
24x20x 12 5
24 x 18 x 12 ', 1,3
24 x 14 x 12 1
24x 12 x 12 2
4 x 10 x 18 4

00 N(
40 0"

Slate 2,000 "
The Building Committee are not bound t-I
accept the Lowest or any Tender.
By Order,
Foresters' Hall, Buildiug C,,mmittee,
Ireland Island.
19th Jmune, 1882.

1 =070'.1d'1) 'A NTO ,

AN APPRENTICE at the Tailor-
ing Business.

Apply to
Qtteen Stred, Hlamilton.
,TJnU 20, 1SS2.-3

St. Gporge's,
On Wednesday,
5th proximo,
Weather not fine. the following evening.
Proceeds of which will be for the erection of
a School, in Tucker''- Town as the-re a. 9'.
children in need of a School.
There will be a Banud in attendance.
Admission 1'. Children half price.
Doors open at 7 p.m. Concept commences
at S
Tickets to be obtained at the Door.
June 26, 1IS2.

Bermuda lee,
Made from Pure Rain Water.

Can be used under all circumstances wiltout the
danger attending all imported Ice, which iun
most cases affet_.- the system in the same man-i
lier as a ch:illyr ill drinking water.
'he ubsebrier is now prepared t ifurnishl Ice
it Depor, Burnal:.y 'rreel, (3 a.m. l.aiiy,
atid deiirered in laniillon and Vicitity fC om 8
a.m. hi 12 o'clock-''iundaiys excepted.
Price tialf Pi:ny per pound.
Thi being homn indoistry I respoctffully nsk
a continu.iuc- of the Public p.ironage.

Hiamilton, May 15, 1'8-.
A LL the latest. Novelties in Platted Ware as,
..1 well as ni,-cessary articles at Childs. Call
and -ee.

DOG CART for Sale. The Question of the day!

t. '.'EXT.' to Lhe ,l al b..,, Iiiyl t hic.,I q it' th2O ,. I
.,:,iii in go d order, the Property ,)f .1 Gentle. | lhe d :.l lil-t' i o,"' l1 'i-
m en about t., leave the Isl .n' t 1 l ,: er .,i l .' ,..,i i ,i /,L r '
P l -anse al:l:ly to 'i ;.e i ailor- this uoderle i ,,oiehlL .i i v ,.-l;t-I
JOiHJ B A JIJ ,. n, m n what he is. It hat be.-n said "" .,he, do i
Hamilton, Je 7, .-2.- t ik ma," biu i i i .:mnade wiilthiut
on, 7, ...-... .. .. ...... ....; th-vyi introdtn hl i ii iiito societyy :TnI. keep
St, wherr Pn J
l .e J lUiPerin wd otild'l [respeteifutlly call the
C "" iiNm.t 1iiton if heir iiiiel'o,.is patriots ai d Pu!,lic

-- 1I iIn general to tihn i:t, that their
Persons desirous of obtaiinig t
,S'J'a ,be P// ts.: L -^lewV Stock
1 0 R? S UMI Jl ER
Of the very best kinds for Bermudian eultiva- Is Now Read .
tion, for the pu:tio.e of raising fruit for the .
New York Market, will please leave their Or- hey guarasbtee tieir Patrois the hig, ist
ders at. the officee of the Uudersigned. 23 Front' standard (f perfection in t ,o.s, Slyle, auid
Street, (Up Stairs.) Workmauship. 'i'hey can do this bdeaeuse the
The Plants will be specially selected. EstablihMnuent is c.irried ou by three Practical
Terms exceediugly moderate. '1 .ilrs rf expori.-iae., who shiill ah.liny. be
None will be sent for excepting those or- halp.)y to ad.ri'ister ri the iastes ol their Cus-.
dered. to,,eis in :L polite manner, and oxecnitu all ord'et
.rI r 1 rY3N n \ rrr-vAiT i viv7 17widh r di-aaltoh

Ha rOlUKron I T' ll .
Hamilton, June 27, l-!s.

For Sale. Prite 20.
.i ,-1.. C'f-.i'... 1 Ti \.., ,...-.,J /f r '


'TENDERS will be received, by
the Undei signed

The I Ith day of July, nov next ensuing,
At Noon,
From Persons willing to Contract for
Dieting Prisoners
In the St. George's Gaol, (inclusive of sick
pirisoneis), who are fed at the Public expense,
for two years certain. comunencing on and from
and afLer the i t dy of01 Algust now uext en-
suing, when the lowest Tender will be accept-
ed. if otherwise approved.
The Scheme of Diet may be seen at the St.
George's Gaol.
Two Sureties in the sum of rhirty Pouuds
coach will be required for the due performance
of the Coutra.'t. anwi any further information
will be futuinished by the Uudersigned.
P. JL.G.
Tuesday, 27th ,Jime, 1 -2.
W. C. J. HYLAND. V. W.


e w ar d of 30.

THE Sum of 30 will be paid for such
infl.rioalion as will lead to the coiv'etion
or the person ,,r person wh,,, on th' night of
the 2?th instant, ldetroyed a I'ead tone to one
or the ,'raves, and several of the :rnimental
Trees in .'t. John's -Church Yard, Pembroke
Par li.
Church WatdLn
Hamilton, 291h May, 1.2..-G ins.
IN UL't.I.<*

THE Under-3igued respectfully requests that
all Persons INDEBTED to him will
please settle their Acco:-unt3s ,' or ifie thec
1-th Jat ,.rt. e those remaining unsettled
azter that date will be placed in Legal bands
for collection.
Hamilton, June -4, ".-2.-3

Mrs. Green's


M IS. GR EPEN Ihving made extensive alter.
,ions in her Hotel acce, i'.nm r,tali,-, i e.
pe-'fnllv .o'icit ithe P'atronage of L A.sIs a ,I
I* :N-1 Limn:' eirini BRE AKF \ST;-', LI '-
CHi-E IN.' and tlINNe'NR-.
Selefi'ehme its -upplied at any hour.
Reid Street, Hamilton, ,
June 1-2, l2.


S.". ....... .... A T the Annual General Meeting of the BER-
-64 ai '/65 Front Street. ETY an amendment of Rtde 14 was carried to
Illiii ii, Ju i .- the en'eLt that./ 'im (,I1 (1iter the .2 t11 rla otq'
pIANOS and Organs sold on the InstalmentI Ja na., the -it'ace fee payable by a Memn-
Plan at E. T. Child's. obr o(in election 4hal hbe lrgulated by his age
Ownv-i' L t ... If- at th time as follows

I I ApplV-oNta iu .a "'c." ........,u.....-, vmc OSBwe- I IftunderA l, yearsfs o age, eight shillings.
fters, Boaz. LOST twelve
0J Junme 27, 18S2. Oa_ Onthe Evening of Wednesday last, between ;5 & 40 sixteen
T RY the new smokingg Mixture Calumet the Post Office and Nustim's Buildings, East "" 40 & 45 twenty
0 Club" H. A. Grantham has for Sale. Broadway, Hamilton, 1 43 & 50 twenty-four '
S- '-- Persons intending to join the Society art
1 Ae Vi a OO advised to wake application for membersbili
12 Abaor without delay.
17 T'?i The finder will be suitably rewarded on .
I leaving it at the Royal Gazette" Otfie H E Y LOC'"AH D,
SJ PAN Y June 27,.Sb2. y.Tres.
'" J.J\^J_ IJn V -- Hami ton, May 8, 1nss2.

Office at ICE HOUSE, East roadway. Imported for a Society. Foa Sale,
G THE Subscribers would respectfully inform 12 Yery Fine Black Blroad Cloth S ale-
I the people of Hamilton and vicinity that 3 MARKE
they are now prepared to attend to all Oder, Frock Coats
II- for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-V A L..
able price of lhalf-Penny per p,,und. Warranted well-m.nle. latest Eny.lisi style, and _
We will keep constantly on hand at tho New the best in this town. To arrive by the Steamer '-Beta' on 12th May
Ice House, East liroadw'ay, a supply of ICE -- proximo.
9 throughout the year for the tienefit ofl our Aus- AND, ), These Wagons were built at the Factory of
tomers who may require Ice durnii" winter 12 Diagonal Frock Coats, same J. M. DeWolfe, Halifax, N.S., expre-sly for
so nooths. nake. Bermuda. Price moderate. Terms accout-
By prompt t attention to our e cus tomersae-d ho above were i,,p.,rted by special, order, but modating to approved prtchasers.
t(eive a share of the Public patronage. lthe parties that gave the order now say that ALBERT INGLIS.
Ice delivered daily (.undays excepted) it theay want Morniug Coals, hot Frock Coats- St. Geoige's, 15th April, 1S82.-tf
Ice deHmilton and vicinity .unday excehence e decide to Clear Out the same at a
Sope rom .m. rain, in the nex ten dy, if n sold by that F Sale,
0-30 p. m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it tie they wll be reshipped.
will be open from S to ,i. J. IH. ROBI'SOA./ <' CO., V-- '

East Broadway, Harmilton. T. tii ne27, 1 1 S'2.
June 20, 182.-tf. June 7, iA.. A Donkey, and a Good Heifer, Calf
ANTE About 11 weeks old.
t.o A artificial low ers. .ANTED, Apply at the Spar Yard, ieland Island.
t owg.A -ood Jook. 2
A Specimen Case of which may be seen at the TM1 ookJune27, 2.
"Royal Gazette Stationery Store, where or- Apply att this (frice. TIME J. MONEY.
in ders may be left. I \ MUST BE WELL RECO)M.IENIED. supply you withe reliable Clock
Hamilton, June 27, 1832. J Hamilton, 6th May, i86-2.- from s. to 3. All Warranted.


S.-, ..?-_-.-- ,);&---*";*-n. '=?*'-*


A verv Licrlit TOO CART to carn, four nov ;




:ri.:lY RE[EPOT 'F T',fl; \VEATUHEK at
]- .. lIill Li -i. t8 : tiil, at L ir li.a, beiveern tih
h Jiine .inI ""'d .tl, l 1..2, h i ch ,t ab,,vhe .111-.3
%V ,r"o'. he ei1ti.ri. Lcpl. ;rin, "_46 fei.

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1 ' --i t '77i 7;' 1 "2 W .:,,i (:073 'Fine, e!.,Iv
724 -2 1,"l 7 '"O.,,i n.i-i iPiFine.M
1 Qw '*I-ll 79 ''.'3". I 1,9 ;Fin-
.'w '_9.990 r 0 iFne

fivnillon, Jtly 4, 18S2.

Colonial Seci ary'.s Ofce',
:'dri July.'!''.
GALLWEY, R.E., having been appointedl by
Her Maji-sty to be Goveinoranu ] Co(imiinulnler-
in-Chie-f of tlhe.e Islands, b as this 'd:ty taiKeli
the Oaths of such Ofliee bLfor'e His Honor
.Jusiah l-!es, Chief Justice- ot thie said Islonls,
an'l in the presence of He-r M1aj:-sty'N Council.
By Fli, ExcelU-ncy's Coumaiau'l,
Colonial Se< re-taty.

Colonial 'rS,0 ary's Ofli,
.3rd July, I182.
having been appointed by H:-r Majesty
to be Colonial 'eretaryv of thee- IsTlanild. h:a
this d ,y taken the u:nl ot such Office
before His Excelle.-iy the Goveinor.
By His Excellnv's Coinu.immi' .
Colonial Secretary.

Coloni/al Sec.rvr / Of :,
3rd July, 18 2.
Ihas >eet ileasel. t', appointit
('avendlilhi C'Iar'le' Boyle, Esqr.,
Cohluiial Secretary,
To be (provisii:inally) a. Member of Her Ma-
jeaty's Council of these Islands.
By His Excellency Commanid
,.!'Io,,,d ,%.:rtI.'ry.

Jun6 ,-Bligt. T. H. A. Pitt, Hollis, New York:
:i-orte-d ar-o to T. H. Pitt.
July .3-Mail Steamer Orinceo, Fraser, New York :
Mails .'.ud g-nu',ral ecargo.-Agents, Trott A: Cox.
:,LE iffL'.
June *2T-Nor vegian Btritt ludinstrie, Larsen,
Sydn.-y, C'. B.
31-Bript.T. H. A. Pitt, !Holli. Dernrara: )56sbls
& j2:'i hcxes potatoes, :t2 .. ii ;.,..visi.,u-.anl. 7.'
fiempty puncheons.
July l.-Scbr. Maggie, Darrell, Demerara : 346 bl.
& 1 bj--i potatoes, an-l 2) empty puncheons.

In the Mail Steamer O.,,..'., on Su d-iy last from
New Yozk<:-His Ex,:ell.-uv Li. iit.--('.:u-ral T. L.
J. Gallwey. R.E., C. C. Boyle., (ol.,
Se,.retfay, Mrs. A. C. Zuill .an Mrs. A. R. Thl...iip-
fson, fMe.ssr. J,..-eph Steward. H. H.:.wit,..u, R. T.
Di.:omuil) aull R. L. Kemlpe.-2',/ i.',/.,,.. Mm.
L,-g and servant. Mrs. F. ('.nei>ii,: B. t(. Tal:t,,t,.
Wrii Caton, E B:irn.-. T. W. Nugent,. Ger.e
Ba,:h, Mrs. M. Hardyv and 2 childrcu.
Ilary (7,aii.u, Loading at London for Bermuda
on ilthe 171 Juue.
H.M.S. O,v.-, from Barbado-s ,t Portsmouth
June S.
1' ,.,, Captain Domvill.-, has gone to Trinidad, to
eti; in ,.eah of a Veueluranr niiian-of-war, whi,:h
ri-Leniitlvy put uin th'r' and s.-izr-.l upon five nA.ttive t
nud two FBiti,,h ,uije't e everjl eiianes hein also
s.tolenand t.iken away.
H M.S F..,,.n.Linit. Conmmander Baker.lkft Cape t
Co,..,t C(i-tle ou tie ,, th for ic'rri L .ue.n *..'
row, tio B.rini..
Arrorwr.rN'rs.-Staff C'.niianiidei' T. JT. H. RBp-
,,u to th- T'r.,', al.lition L. f'.. .-ervice in the .S t -
p!.", tender. 'i.:ard AILLn tI th- T ,,,'-., ad-
litin 'i!, fr r. ;, : in th .- .. .'. t,. ,-er.
Royal M'.il Si-.anmer _l/rA, here,' at Hlalif.x (m n
't\ili ultir-u. H'.d it Very fog,y oi the C'on-at.

Drfu Mn. LEr.-On nI.n-ly' la-t I vs prai' ent
at -h. S 9. M ei, e tu : .t M s 1, l.. aui.--' H ill ,ind ieltr ,
-ri v:.l t., find tllr t'tt uiiLiority of Lthe ('jinnr tte,.
I're willing' to. r,-'In and allow :a n. i'. ,:, t
nritte-- to '),nn in nu.1 hq-lI[ t, i rv thi- .-"r,..irt p. -
j..._t on, aul.1u.-h iitflu-nti.l ..,-ntllil,-u ac were thr-u ,
Sillinito ti) take office was wh.dt thei S. iCo'n|lany t
ro-uired to aive it toune. lii, .the new Co(.,unitte
l- u. then l,-rmit t'-l ? tak, ,*.il.r y'-.u woudl i i\,
t',)itii tIl-rt in a fi-w ,:'Iy. niitt -i< nt aeau-s "w.uIld t
have bh,-n real-eie t.i forrn the Company: then the P
fifteen Dire.toi would hi.v. lieen ha ppily -l,.eted i
throuir.'honut th,- :..,iiutrv fir ,,ve:Ir, :adiw-- iv woult
s,,..n havt. til- Peoplei' St.eam:r in our Ift
our people w.,uld only ioop., rate and Ioril: tli!ether t
li-ke .*l .e 1.- in other .,,iutR ., Berinu la wiuMild i no i
tiihuriik. W.- h:atr.- uftti j. i surlpin.- li n..i v in thi:- n

countryy, v writing inr.-t,- utn-, ;a e.L :. thlie Com fi
p,.ny i-s 3 rnaniked with *., <... fl,ii, o .-ir.j :1 and i
wh; e.i tal.nni int.u,,d ii' if they t,-11 ,:Y f
tlit- Tw,,il ut iuld --riie- their naru.i an,- i -on-

. ii'iR e .t t r-.t l .I Dir.. tor. "--a thvli- wi unl uWe..t o
!.- V illinu t..r thb-.4e i.ij ti,-, ,:. liav- th. lil i:.t'g f
their u.ii.nrv. TIhat i- the .*e-eral opinion thinu 'i A
thie ,,.untry, i,' .'-; r : orifi.h-ic:-, ini thb : iinurity
I'-'.nLitt,.-;- ; other'ii-ie ii-f.iient Umeanis would haIve
1,euLi ratiAs,d by thiD tiil.-. But I eari t.-.tlv o
I1 r pr-ople not toi desp-air; ,.t leave our i-hol.-
'hip to foiunl.-r, for bhe is otherwise bo-un1 to ...i. ne
a:nd ,oiv- .u 'ountRy. Iu all my travels I have in- cr.
va riibly found that I a ba,] b.-.;rifninu-" ake. a ia L'.,d ('C
ending'. anl I am qiiuite.- !tr.- that will be thv.- re-iult ot
of rli-i A i the originat-.,r -..f thi- i .:l me t-,
stU ., '- ,e l- u;'iuinii e of s'ti-t-" .:.t y "e" "lt 1 i fu- dv
tu ii. nue, I thiuk, need d-.QpAir. tr
June 29, 1882. ti

Arlival of HiF Excellency Ll.-Gen1li.
WVEY, R. E., Govel-lmor andi
Comn aiiltrnder-il-Co'hifc ii1 amid
o cr tihe BermimldaI, &,.e
Eirly ou I:il i'v.' tli' N-e, Y.:.ilo Mrii
Sr, .:iin ,r w .-i -,.I Il -l. ; 'l, :i- m.,Ir I.:w i -i
r t \ .-':'t t nriiv 1;-I tlii, j t -in 1 1 .i-
t'i.,:,t were i, ,,e- t, re. ti- eivi i i-. E .:*l-- itv. H it
l,: .-n .: ,,u i: l .a ii n I l..- ina .1 i:...- i. :.
... ,:, *.- ,d F ,._ t ), .,l --- .. -.I lii,.- ,f 17 ni .i 1
tfi.d i'by ta .alitin;: Batt-ry, wh,- ih.- -..i->in.or'I
Fla.' w:- h.Ii.te.l at Mun3ut L gnt.,ui, rl.ov. tih,
iLil -i-.nal. C.leil E. ('. A. G.rd.)-,. R.E, Ail-
tniui.-tr,'t.-.t -t the Lrvetnin t, inu .,ainiu:.d .lof th.-
F,-,re_, 6,-,., ,c,:,o,-p. -iid by Li.- tiun.tit i.,- -Y- ,
R.E., A.D.C., eaui.arke-d **u h-ar1id the little istea.n-
-hil ... ... .1,1 pro,:e,.,-,,l t.', G ri-.-,y BIJv t,-,
board the o,. Al."A:.ut tmutvy iniinlit,- after
no.wli the te.nit. hii.p Oc,.... e: ,ne t.i iu.: i ...r, nl
atl.i:,lit hldf L h i.ut l.ter a ukird of Hlu.,r fi.iii th'-
Riynl rin-h Rifl.-, ailt-tded ly thi- B.,.l ... tli,
ReP-iilnit uunierr the :'..iumand o' f C(' S-illI,--
,imy'th, with Lients. Swainu aud W,-lian. w\i i
dr awn uip opp,:,site the Laudiui-.' St.ft-(.-':. Ahu.:.-t ill
the ., it-i.,ri ,..f the (-., i.:.u, ni.1 thr h,.w,1- ,:.t
delp:utiueut a-,4erni1l-d t: mone-t Hi-, Ex,\el.-..u.:y on
landing, when thie -.i;,-ial d easigu were IdweI re. l
at. Mount La-u'tmi Sinul St.ti:ion. The Lt. Gn-U
eral drove- \witli G-orniun to (Clilt.,n, tlhe Ie-i-
t-uie-- of thi.. Coiiitnttcinlia Royal Ernv'iu..-:r. aud
r-iin'inu d ti Imn.:. l -.i At-5" '5 ,.11. th..- Go-v. ru.:.r
rat-i. i dr1 l ('i .:.l... l G o, .l,:,u aIrrtvi il :,t if-i im t
Lanrton, it. n, i :.a the t.-,:.i uoi I'- Fl.,: I. i-in
liu t.:-il o hi ii -taff. j saluteii- o 17 ain.- w.,- tii.
fr.:.m H.M.S T,, --r i.uhc, :., Ir,-lau Iliu.1l.
WOe tlt MrIi-. iT.lw. :md t'. Mi-s.
G.illw,-iy. p rp,..i e i'.inii"n th.- (.:,rc n,:,r in iO .t,
ni-\r, aaiil that Lieitt. Henry Lionuel ii.illwey will
then-u peif.,ti, thie ,ilitv .t A.D.C., who It will oIIinI-
while be tdichar,..-1 l.y Lt. S.t.,u, I.I.R.
Oiu ye.teriliy l,:,lii'iu- at 1 'Io k Hi- E-.0--1-
leu.7y arrived .it tle niPul-li. Buildiun- with C.l,.,u:l
Gordon. aunl i:utIer.. the Chi'-RI11l h -i.-hnl.-r where
Hi- II.U.:r i-chiet Jn-ti:._- R>-,. Pr- l,:-ut ...t H M .
Couin-il, ond tho f..,lli an.iu neilers f H. M. (1 'nu-
cil were ,%,emlled, viz., The Ii,.. W II. G.-Iia:-,
The Hou. E IIarvrev. Th. Ho.:u. .J,:,. H. Hwr.Tv-v,
Th,.- -Ilon. Jtnlue- Titi. .bi. and tih,- HH.inu ...1 .m,.-'i-
Thl- Him. S. s. .hplai. Speaktir ..f tlh H..i--
of( ".. Brin-ul,:w. Gray, E.lir.. At-
fiiie-y Geenrail. Ri.hari Dt.,rell riirAll. E-.ii..
Solii-itor Generi.l, N. A. Butteri-ield, E-... M
of HI'imilt,-... J. H Tiott. E-4.r.. P l,,v..-t MIirh.hl
0G,:eral. The Rerd. J. L. L,.ij-h, Pii.h-h.,:'. ',,iI-
ii- -, The Revd. Dr. Tho.. N. Dill. E-...
M.C.P.. R.. .. P. J.rrell, E-.|., M.C.P.. G. I.
Harvey,. E-!q.
C.ptLaiu B.rn:irdi-t.:.n. R.N.. Sunioi N.Lv;A )ffi-
'er. Colokel M.cDouuell, R.E.. Lt.-C.Ml,:,u 1 N.w-, C.R.A., Lt.-C..l,:anl Cr..ft'.n, R.I R.. Dlt.-
Sur ,e,1i. n i-:.I O..ilvy. P. wu..'. tt ...u-
-,nly, Bri._'ade Mai.:.; IMajoi.,r Strile.-, C(.Ipt.iuGr.,-
lh:,in an.l Lient. Savil-, R.A.. Capt.iii,- IG.-,ic. ,
Liud-ell and W.sliu-'ton, R E., Li.:-,it. Mii..ll-
.ii5s, !Hu-.y, Ark-xiilt andl L-il,. R.E Mi,:-jor
Sir Guy F. Tr.ver. R.I.R.. L.--utt. S..ti..i, H.ll.ui,
au, H,:-inueian. R.I.R Miajr Sh,,.iri, C:i,rt:riun
C('-'ientl :,.ld Li-'ut. H'arl, R.M.L.1, R.,v. Dr.
Penny, RevP,. D. D.,.Iv., T B. St. wrt. S.
C.O.. A.C.G. C. Ralph. S O.s.O., D.A.C.'. W. E.
oMi, Siriy.e.,T MjriV Iviu, A.3M.D.. Sior'-.-eu
K-,:,:h. A.M.D.. Dr. C...-, R.N., M i,:, D-)vi-,, D.
P. I., Cil:.tai U ... Ordf rli-. A. Pl-att.
Mr'. M,:Dpnut-ll, Mi-- In-.h.,ni., i.- Mi-,-- D1 ,.r-
iell. Misk. A. Hairei. Mik H'ir\-nv. Mi-.
M. and Mi.s F" Hf.aivv, Mi- Hohlt..wi -i 'th, iw I.
h.- ime-ntiouned ai.l'.u-j tlh..-e pr:-a.-ut.
Hi- H :.u.r C'hief Ju-ti.-i Reci- L iiu'. i .,:- ed
from H i-' Ex. -lleu.y HI. 'r M -IF, -tv'- l..i..I i.-i...u
:lpl"...i u _;.' lhirn C I...V.' It I ,I A"1 .i.t the I.: nr,l, .i,,
hlin ,l:d it t.:, thie t '? krk .,tf H M C.., ..;l t, ....,
w hi ,. ..,:, the ie~f .Tai ti,^ 1.linii i ,.r 1, thet i ,!

t:. in lrP.,pr f..rii Th.i Ml.iil, i of H. M I. .:il
tihn lpreseut iu rider r of ei:.iolity. irie '.,n d nl,-
s.rilbedl before H is Ex.elkn.:.y the .:.t il-
le'-iian.- anud ...,tiev. The G.,iecin..r then retirt-.l
fti. ,i the Counic-il Clhauhl-r, ,i.1n lo ji.ninlin hi- .:-ir-
ria-,e in wlvitinu'. the Bind of thi R. I. R. -trui.k ip1
"CO,. thanQiuein." aud th.e (it.-r f- H...nI..I
--,orali,,',.-1 .11 on Siundaiy-:dihito-t iiun-.,lit -ly
inar..hed off thie .roiund.
It will beob- ,iervedl ii the i''proee-dinu, -.f til.I Hin-
il ,li Ho-i, -e i-f A .inil.,lV ve't.erdi v that .. .:t.., 'i-
tulx tliy Al ,--. I Ih I. 1.-;1 rr. e1l t ... ilil th it H i
Ex:liuny Ih -s hIeen plesre- to aippl'iut Frily u'e-xt
at onei? oc'cl': k ft'.lr the re:-eptii:in f the i-:, .

Can.:.ndivh Boyle, E-iir., our new' Col)-
nill S.-ret ry, wlio r..-.:.mip.iui..l Hi Exelli u.y
the Or .:,) onu n.u,.iv l.i.t. iud h h i e:.inwhl il,- tI.'kei
ill. his 4nrtt.-r-. it the Aiii-rli'.i Hi t t- 3 r. B.,vMe.
to, -k 0th 1 uc t ut l :m-I hs ,i,-'f f:fim:e 'Y -ter. lI t'.. It i-i
Exce:llenoy th.- G-iverunr, and -was "utl,.i.-,.ii.-tlv
provisionallv ,i poiuttd i M,:tiph.ei uf H.: r M 11. .-
ty Conlil i:.t tlhe- ielnuds.

I .r'cr. tE r'ATrroNA,.'. or ,'.'r-r.\r:,; r.t.r:N'ARDri T iN,'
R.N., c,-r.'.rIN SItPERINrElTIiENT. A'ND OFFl* E_ r.
C'mne off at tlihe C('rik.t Griiuni.,. Ireld Ii .u.r.l- i:,
hie Gth ultiii.,, :. !ili :-nu.Rit i it 1. iit.
Th.e -.-iv '.'I d, li-ln tfuil .ltbioui,'h I -l ,ht riin
el1l duirin- the pr':.Tre-, if ..m .-e i.f thi eve--- t.
There. m' , i,-t ina y visit,:,' i-,r,-eut. the I'. t
,,,.. i.. ,, .1.. i,.h ri;.'k iu ..i ,.,a:-t:i l tri] f,,r
he n. ..>'l.,:itiou of visitor,, .,I riu -.' the :,t't.-i n -...-.n.
The itiire i:f the .:r n'iind ii ar.:'i.. I .itt..i .l I .: n-
lil vi,: w ,.f the ,.,:utr.: :'ind .,L :,i ,i, t,-,l ip t., Te
vw ),ire .ente,1.d l.., the ,,,n.. u r ,:e ,,f -i.>.-t ,t,:,r*, .iudl

Thile iii e tin':., whi.:h i e i v w.ay )....\.l j ei,-'
e-.-!. line to :, ; l.,-: .t 7 *0i l in., .,1- tl.: 1.i '--, t ,-
ii .u of th- p)riz -hy Mr-. Baru
Seveidal hicr h-. a-ftr tlii-. it tte-t.h thi- thli ik-
f the ,:o ii>erit,-,r-. th, n ii i.t ';r-i .,ud thl ),,:,:t .,i .
etty. N.. C. i ffi'r- anl ii-. in l.rii ii ,,-t ih.: ,- i-t-
in'- t. M,.I m ii a ,.i,.-..-.s.f l ,onv 'a .i. itiu.

(uilt.:u. it wR-i firmly believr-i iu New York o'l
he wvelnin-' ,f Thurt.J] v last. w..uld iieeit Im.- f.ite

ii the follonwiu;- tlornitn'. E\-:rv:i pi -ptriti.,n w.ce
n't. ft',r thl piiim'pi,''r. and the P'rei''leht hi,] -
iied to lik-eu ton'uy further appal s .:- r, Ii- b-.-half.
t i-s nnimot a ye"i siinre he c.:,oirit,Li tel tlh, .:iir.a, |
..r whirih he wai ou Fridaiy l iI t.i pay th.- pi.i, Iltiv.
The Ti,,.,, of the iSti.. ,:'niamut iun rn the -i'? p-
roteiaeing exe- uti.-,n of 4Gnite-.iR, "Iv-_ tlre Ain.'-
itan pI.' .shi ul iu-i-f nponu iinme lilteI r-f.:rin'4
f th ie li,'-iI pi.,,:,'mhuir cvhiii i ..i,! l rr.,-iith
uathl.r .uA:h ileur:idiii- trial ias that ni[ Ouiitriit.
- lanid like tlir- U nite St it,? is rot -,'1,1, a'.i.hin.t t
ro.-imiu-ia.,ther in-tiite.iin. a- Iippilv, it li'rr r-:;I.'l
n p.od':. :I in. ) o. other Ga riel.1.-.
-- ------------ i
,-.r..-The Willi.n- 'Ind Gui.l-u St. n,:r .1 '.i '., VWilli-lmL, hL.,s ai..iu l.:: ten th.- 1...-t tinme
n re'errd--her onau--hlarin. -i 1 tIfri Que-,ii-- I
,wn t 3 3:;,:7 p i, ,,a .' ,, I. 1 .r i .):' ivr ei ,l :5 'j-
H .:I... .it '*lt i0.i .:,u 2i 1 tiht -, ii -lki ..- tle tI
ip iln l day-. 1 '. hour-u aIud 2, riiitt-i. ,p).pir,-, (I
ie. ad iii d:y'i -2' .iud ll9 minul-tes i't,. c
mle. i

Gardenii Parti alt Fairyland.
Ona Tie-d.iy li-t the aT'e.i.:her. uand tineiudl. ot the
P luIriok-': Sl.lay S,.li.:il. '_.'ave a t4ar.iu-n P:lirty *i
th. W .iiun ri tlit c.:ti...u ..t F:iryl! u,:I, in ail .:.f the
tindl :t the u vW -.,l.:h,.,l iu .li r ..- i--. It ,-i ...ti,:,U ,., -r
th l:.. 1 .-tri..tiiti- whi,'h is I.. inU, i'aI-,uwhile t e--
*:-. Ti'.. -e tiu ti o if t i 1 1.V wo1a'.-i .t :n9 Ia 1ppv a
,ur 9 ,.,:, 1... d 1 .l ir.-,. ii a,,Iiut i ft w, :,IthI:r, tho I' h
i 1.l' '.l it, ti -t .i.l r- t' .: -e t.- i lh.- ini:c.:.iu w hii..
I.-.t .v,':-, I thi L it w. i:, ,i ..,:in- :i sl- I.e-i:il IuI-tr.-
The d.y 1.,r.,ke I...thl -ultuv inil windy, th.- wind iu-
,-,it',:.- inL tlh. .it, .lhii -r- up tihr.-at-liu.-'
..!, u ]li,.- h t- % t,., iii t nb,.-it $ o',.l.):k in th,,
eveniun.a' :i,...,inli.ju.i:.l :-1 v l.:ti.d pe- i.: .f thiund,-r anu
I.rilliInt t .i h ,-L: ,-mf li .hte. uiu-'. Th.- ain oi f th...
ii,.:ili2hli w s '. thuil r iIl.,11Y .lil., al.Ul I rih.lit ;in-
tim-ijp it;iA -, Wi .- : i.ul 1._;lizt, in the ligilteuin--
l.idlliai:yv. Thi,- :r. :i iil.: I,- ire thrownu..peu at 4.
p.m ., :-ii.l the 1..e- nt e kiu .r- ainiis-
si.:uI tolr.. tihit hi ar, -. ti it Hti.- attei tl.-nie froniu
h it tit i.- till thle .i : -,s- w .- ,1 l av,-rage on: e.
Tl1- pretty .ten.,-lip M ,,.:ul\-ni" li,:,] :it regA-
lt. i tO.-r1V. t! l,,?t i,:,:, H uilt,:,h Pa,:.:-ts, uitu.l th .
B,,y. .uli-- I p.-i- .,--.-u-,: r ,i thi.- (.'.:. .e N birthh :'f the-
N...rwi.>.i... Bathliun.- HoSuim whe.- thle walk to the:'
,. r 'A- ,- .i tt ,i ,,tii..u w J .. hl,:, ,1t u. plh::,-iuu' .:n -.
S,:rvin-.A ; l:.-r I.,t ,-.i- .,. Jl' i .l r..i', i, .'ud Still
l-t ...ii. G :'.: ,ioully minig'ht l.h- ,t-u e v. r.uin.'
th,= H o:. ,-- : ',ip:t,.i,:,u-. i .. :. t[ t'lecz Di which
-ti inil t' ,. the .i.p-pli- ti.- tr i i .t. e hi n tic.k t-
n h- ,.l, wer-,: f ,,',l iunilre teut .l,.ise 1..y, by ii :.-t
ti.; : little : in i.hli r,.-ai y ith tt'ay'-, t,.. e l:i L1 he,,tl-d
,:. l-, i ,,.i l- ,:.t rthi -' ,:,:,l.Vn luxuy, w hvl -.i w as
... 21.--,.ily ..f t ,i l .ifty Thi e i.-i f l .,l on thisi .. -
i:i ., i i t. ,:,ii th,. ti.t..ty .:,t M r. T. M il.-,, St.
i. lhu'- t Hill.- -ire f 1r..i u tii. w itfi-r-ati-l
.,.h i. t m- i ,, t a .--ui -l pli- ,nt...l il v iM r.
M il-,. Iuleel thie --I, ,' ....f ti:. wh,.l, u lU -rtak-
iml' w.i .I lii- .to th uer..u et.:rt- i t lin.uv friend
-,.,i e .-f w Oalim.,]l ;;. n illn their iuv 'li' l., r-
m.,u "t L -.' i.-i u W ithi I t -i ,lh nii l.-. l. tiil .-.i-ta.u- :e,
it it ..n I.- i -:,,.,.-u \ f il 'ii ht \,: h .:.p .l- t f..,r n.:-. s..
The Pntil...k- S'unla S, h.:,,l h alw.b\-, .tlu a1
.i', .ul .i i .tlitti.u .. iu. i :. l l .]',l, in it- h e--
I.., f i .*` ijn tly ..-:. -U i, t w ith 1 iI:. lit d.1 r- :,et, u-a:-
Tihenu : .i- , -, uin.- we e lpy 1, v,.n.hlr ,ft'
:...lel I viri-eo..!N-y trtiv:r.l ..a ta itet', i...ain
thi.- 1up- in ,.1 ,,,1 -tYl I t,: ti.:. thir-tY v.i 'ant-. N ..-t
t r,, ..rt t.,n,.-. ** R ,:'I,.,, .i .,1 the W 'll" -I.Uiu, .,uti
\ .la i.0: ttt di -pp,:r th, :hilly 'cntl -w,:,:-te :ll
Il .:. i lu. e,.- ll .. t il in "-4tillt i .. .l i ndiu. "-
1 tn .l 1y i .- toh G;i-p- T.-i it i! I l tl ttr I..tiv :-
V. h.,-. iI. I it, dil a ru-hin.- buliin-.- t,:-lliu th,:'.
t: .rtliu i- ... l hl, i f y -,1a\ tIh it .-Ineiu,:l
t., rut:i ra i- in.rt:.,l -tt,. um ler .i lut .kv -.tMa r-iv-t-
I.- ly i h. i, y th ...,, .,.r u un r 4 liftin.- p ki,--.
Thl .:. l..,aoau in sh..." wo in. --ht il.l, rowu.d

Hei.: ai l tihei ? w' -r.- :ttr a tiv\',- i uin ,I p :tea .t-
iu. fr..iL en.:ry .p irt,-c 1 .1 it' fai I -. u i ,
-.,:,:kii .-' t,:. pit. ,ii .- i.. it..pui r. ha iu- h nli- :iur their
I .. n.ltur.-.l p.Itr.:.i i. C ak s i, fiiruit fnuu,l ready
i t .i-i I .u l .. ittt ti;V.e-lyun. i. ti.-U1,-.1 .\- nuntlhY
tilh.' l .l:nei] l, in wh,:,ie r. ri'.:.,p- waia p, S r-t. ,T.i-.i .
Tile-B .w l ...f tl.if R..i.v.l hIri-h Ril.:- w. 'sin It tId-ellu .,
r.:,ii 7 ] it ., .-_n1 .1 i -' .. l i --I le- :ti.:.n ..f l il' .it int-i'r-
v.Il- W itli tIh i i -A'l-c .:ti.tu..- I. ,.l -I f .rettil
h'r---ed F-airie .- m -h,.:-li at frl, i m ar e iat-l f.r -r
I_.,ili .=, hiui rh,- littl- 1,anuil- ,l:,ii tv" .,a kets ,_,f fl.ow -
t he. whipt ut w t- d .:--it piar. I _-, iu_- -nll I -ei
i.ite 1 -.,i it-.l. Ti ,i,p-' r.,t..,hl t,. ti.. i,,.,nnil -
a i i.,nir .i the uI nr,..w .1.i.l r -..lin-_.' from.
th-: Pitt- Bay R.....I, ,, ..-it,:- th nt..v r..-It.l ltm u i .-
p t itI,.- H f lt:in,. Ir .-I l n' u l : -t ,i p t ...f tha .
d iu er- ,- .- I. u.. i-': hi ur, litt l, ,liiidti. ,lhh *T r.,wiu -
tuiit f thi- u fm'til_,w e. : t .. "" i'i ry pretty i i ...r,,6n u3l--
..o .l w ell _.-, l.pteld '.r l i.,.-ni,: ,tlIw-riII'.- :id
o u -iv. W\ii .u the ri'- in .- i-nf., : ,l, -i.ii cm in iun -t iII iII,
n'*ht the t-ut- t.. li-tun t.. it, p..ttl-r-pitt.-r-pai tteir.
\V ,. hay h,- :,.l ,..,t ,.,i.- hIn l iier.,n ,xperie.'ne. ,,
I...ut .:.p,. tip|ii,!, uina rcll., 1liu l..,l iu'giti\. from i
I.,in water i l. TIhe rly \ i--it...r- .l t. ,.11 w.-ll,
ti. 1 ,telr,:,t1-. n- u- '..tU iui'tN lyI', au tinhe. t,,i wh. o
I,. l .il1..i L i Iux -l t..i f, .1 t a ni ...o nli-.i t ram -
I.,].. "ttiin 1 r ,:,ve .tit l \-ct rdu nt Captain-f I .,ib

c t in .... i hin .[ j exi I i
T1'1h le, Iysrtnr. f.:or the a.-eii v of whi i.Mhe
tt,, "ind h-er c rew, iu, anxiety lis, beeu felt, ar-
irel .it. St. Geo,' '. on Thur-.'ay inornin:- l.i-At.
We hav IIee favored ] with the f,)ilwiviu!4 p'irti,-.i-
lar-. of the siun'ul.atr ;. of initiny whli..hli toek
plaie on t.liht vessell >:'u hir outward pli -'t,;i
to St. Tlhomas, gathered chiefly from hn t lo:,Y-book:-
The S,:honer .iu.h'ry, of Beriimla. .:omunandedl
by Captaiu Johiu Ev-ers anl owned by W. E. Meyer,
E.-qr., -uniie,, fr-:.'m Beiatitu, i ou l2th of May with a
carIo of pfprod1I.e, l:,,>')nd to St. Tholmua, with a crew
"f -ix nit-l, the -plllier,:aro and tt',. pa.?ie-sueru ,
air,, a bla,-:k wommiii, who was mtowed away by oue
of the .-ailor-. The v.,-el had biffliu .coutiary
wiud- i .ud after "--_' day,- *.i.-.htel AreL,_admt. near t.
Th mn--,. Tlr e C.iTt.,iu fiu-liu-_ltiiiii-f to leeward.
h i-.-iug- traewiu,] ai,.l ,.urreut az-ainst hIiim, t,..ked
.Jhip aul -,,to:)l to the N.:,itlhwvid and Eastward un-
til wh,:u he',]Lz Soulthwar,.U a-riu, lie i',ihite>? the, 1.I-I.I i. ..f Au uil, .I ou th,: li'Ith ,:,f June.
t'oia whl.-r. hie ,-i n t'.fair wiud for St. Thou.1-.
.Sai-fyint- liiiii-elf ,.,f ti.i p,,-itiou Ih, teered to the
W'e-twav.l f..r hi- i1,.-stinati.,ai. when ,-hi ortiv after'.
'e,:-piun lii vw.--!el away, with Au.nilla mal,, St.
f.irtii] I hlutM .< iii view. th, ,.r*^. ,:,f the ve-..,!., the
.up'-r',qr0go a ld ,.,UP pl a *e 'er i.,uk 1,,:.,e-.-ii:,u of
her--the,.,r B,-,,j-'u in Sm.iith tir.: ti,. helmr from
the Capt Uin. wlh, w ,--t-eerin-i at tihe time. UrDyed on
la thr :tlip.:-rie.l '.** I P,,:,bert Mi?.-Do,,ild,ul, o-.,:seraed to
ha ive bIeu the lin.'leadl i,) ,1l.1 the r,:.i iniung crew.
Aft.:r di ,p.i-, irj- ..(f tl..- C'tptaiu a,]. .tewatrd, by
puttin.;- th.Li iu th,- G'al.,iu, with the Mifte, who had
bo::n .i, :k i.:.r .ev,:.r-tl dAiy' in hi., beId: they uow
took ard, 1..).1 ,ormlert ,hare.- ot the --hip, without
any ,.,t til,= ui hi uv.' th."f : ].?i-" u;nrwl,.'.,e of n:ri'g-a-
ti:,o, .2 .1 -tcei..,1 f., th. lh in whli.-hi, un,,t, danger-
out ly lur,-,uded by reef.., anii *,1i,.,. c,.,miui

fr, ni the ,i-tin' ,. e, h,:,at froin tl"he le appr,.i,;h-.
e.I ;lttr th!- "h;l,4 ,.:_,,er ]h:id erui i<.d oft for .o)ni 4 or
5 houlr in thi.o iiples l i-lut l'.,e.tliry : tie mnitin re '
tr?y were at An--1,.ii slan,:[ au,:1 now be.ih_ ncrly
srroiDde, by re-,-f1 thiey returneul to the Captain

who, for the iiin~eliite i.ift-tv ot th,:...lhip, ti.,k her
iut, deep w l>-r aud t,_, St T"houris, a'rriviug there
aftei r pa-si,..'e of :I1 days.
The? .ulW-tii',ri*'1., a vorm';. m'ou of aesthetic tea-
Jeu i,:-,', 1 di- ip',le ,if 0::\]r Wilde. au, prohibly
fill,-.Jd tull of dlime uv.l- au.l "' Ju!e, I'erue," has

th .. i 'Au.r bmiinu-_ tlie lHero" of thi con.,pira-
t.r-'. Be? iimiui Simith, iIi-.,Iicu)l a tBPrnuidiau,
Whli. tr. k ithi.- C-pt.iu wih.:-t rt-arin him from the
wh-:e! 1.i -1i *vii .-er, d i:lthe ship aft'l.:rwar.-i, wa,
'-en.l in cj.irini ,li-aud who had conlmmitthd se\ve-
ral ':.Ier ''r.n- :it Mun-.:.3 aul as-Miult- luriu,' thee
ji,-' t. --t au ..t ,rruJ.rLd to tlie Bliti-h ',uii..ul at
S't. Thb.,u i-. wci' ti ied and f-,iund -uilty of "cMu-
tiny -.un thi, high --a- hitt- on C.iaptainu Eve., beg-
.iu t oInd pil-adlilil f-. thi ,nui tintiu:er. he crly i-
:i'.ivd .a very lilht ntutc.uc of ,i',ht weekly' iumi-
piionmeut with bar.1 labor. The other., havinu. '
oute.-se,.l their -.Jri'.t w':-e? prli)IuF-d and di.s-

Auluex..1 i.- the Britih Con-sullr C'ertifi,:ate*-
( 'r,,.. Cop..")
I liht:e-., er-tifvy tlat Mr. .Tubu Ever-. Master of ,
'Q, ..'. r ,l//i :hr u iz-s Rob,.ert M :I.)D.ual.1, Jirni i
_iril-ith-i and Wincor Outerhvidge with mutiny in
'ilut,iniing to -,:ize Li[ vess':l. that 'on thes-e three
aidividi' lil,=adlUngt guilty and expresiug- coutri- .

iou and begging the iild Master to ,ogive them,
he withdrew the charge against them.
(Sea]). British Consulate,
(Seal). St. Thomn-i, 20th June, 1h1S2.
Signed. TuiH CON.'SL."

The Mr. McDonald alluded to above came here
la-st fill from the Provinces and offered his services
to the public asl a S.-hool Teacher. but not, succeed-
ing in his object, a kind friend oftered him the pos-
ition of supei.icargo of the [.Vit-','y which lie aclcept-
ed':, anul whih res-ulted as ailove stated.

Royal Bernimudal '.iacii Club Regatta,

Fior.r RACi.-The anutial Rac-e f,.r H.R.H.
Duke of Edinburgh'sb Chalkul.'.- Cup, to be ,stti'te-d
at 11 Io'c l., k .mil in the toll.,wiug order r *
.-, Im, Lt and L.' -../- rJm tld ,,
I.., E Ii, V,/ _V ,., / .,
,1', D,. il/-
.r .. .,, / ,' ,

SECOND RAI-E.-Puir-,? Race.-T.-c) tart a1 4soou ftS
p,,sille. ifter Fh-'t R, :.e.
N .,,I- L .. aud L"...r,,'. Ut / ie/l,
.Li Br'l r ',/I Dhintlei,
m l'.t Zl t,- il
',. i, E ,, ,/

More than it-tal interest seems to i have been talk-
eu in fitting tlie boi.ts. u this. thali:u on any p.?evioiis
,".:,aion. WV.- have seu mamine of the boats on trial
.tud they look perfect in every paitieuhlar. Boats
of about 17 fert keel iwith a ima..t of 51 feet high, a
Ii..ini ,:.t proportionate leantth with a well fitted
s.iil, and a jib of appro:, .ize, as will be le--n-u
to ,.ay is s3uch a, may well -urprise every p:.rsou
wh li. ,as uever 'e:u a thori:'thly fitted Be-rmaudian
r;i, l..!:. t.

M R. D. P. C. RE(.A'f.A,' 4it JULY.-We hI:ive
,-eii reqtiuested to st-at- that should the Regatta be
p.,,tpi.Uni-d oi .ia.:-.,u it of lthe w .ithlier i ,RED EN.-'IxN
will h,:,istedl at ll the Signal Stations, at 9 a.m.,
:,r sh.:.iltly after, and inu n :lim,:it ise the Racie-s will
'.::,,-i i, ,. .t ., ii th. 5thi

A little b.-f.ore outn oi'elck on the mtoruiu. c-f
We,]u.:-.,l:av, tih. P.uiisis of Devou-.hire, Smiths
au.l H.Iuilton wer,- visited Iby anu awfully --evt-re
id.-wufill of r.inii, with vivedl fliishe- ...f lighLitinitu'
ulal de.ifenin, peak .. .f thlilndi-:r inil ,C-.:a...iouial
iheaivy -tusts ..f wiunl fr,:,ui the S., East-
wardl of Pro.tpec.t imuii.-h .:f thl:.- telegraphi-e wile was
destroyve.d, 13 :t tlth- pole- iii,.re ,:ir le,- injured, i30
of thl-i iulai ti' undred i-eless and the iustrunients
at Pr.p-tm-:.t .1i.1 Mount L:inltonu o0ffi'es. -'lc-.itly
.ife, ted, particularly at the 1-itter.
A '-edlar tree- nearly :5 ft-.-t chiZh. ou the liimi
of Dr. T. A. Outerbride,. in HiUiiUtOllu PtLi-ih,
uneir the t-sid.luc.-e of Mr.i'. .. Baisden, was struck
by li'-htniu-, brokentn s.liort ofl anud1 plit toi the
-tiitap, the .piliters w'-re seut flying in all diree-
tion-, ... th it th,- tre,-.s within *i5 fei:t w ere iinach
l.uisiii.d, soi-e strikiun--. hois- distant in a southier-
>-rly direction ,Oie 0i feet, .ild breakiui" the gl...s
in the widoww.

ror GIREAT iR.nbert Heath. tlie
C'...usil (_eueial ot Italy for G.Britaiu, died iuParik.
whlere hi wa .,ul a visit, ou the 5th ulthnio, after a
i-h.,rt. illness. Bar.-iu Heath's death is regretted lbyV
all wh' li.,1 tlh:- ,lea-cre .if his a -:..iilaintatice.
Lettim frotii Ntw York .t.It.- I that Baron Heath
is a n--rTat los to' the Italainu ,coiinunity here."

On Sunday list, being the day set apart by the
Church of Enaland in Bermudla for special thanks.
giving for the iafe ingatheriua of th :' fruits of the
eat thi, the eri:ces in thie -everal Churcehes were shliap.
ed aco'ordiugly, aud the ,:ollectious devoted to the
funds of the Society for the Propagation of the
Gospel: in Foreign Part-.

Now is the time to see the flowering trees and
.shruhs of Bermuda in perfection, such for instance
as the gorgeous Pm.,i- ,. Ry;,,i to be seen in flower
in various garden.-about Hamilton. A superheated
Arnericau could enjoy an oceau cooling down by a
\.aire from New York in the flue steamship Ori.
noc..'" now running regularly, and while enjoying
boating al-d many sights of floral beauty, would at
the worst only experience without charge a very
geutle and healthy Turkish bath sweat. Bermuda
is wanting in diry heated atmosphere and arid
breeze-i, and hence the relief which American vis.
itor. would now experience from their home tem-
p.eratures ranging above the nineties.

Mr. JAMtE- HILrL CONE"-,r son of Mr. F. A.
Couy.-r., l.t- wou the Cohlouial ieholarship. Mr.
Faruiun ta the otlhrtoati-ipetit-ir. Mr. Conyers will
pr'ciid hilmi.- by tlie mnil to-nitirtow, ti study rl'e-
dieiu,:e at Ediubiiru-'h Taiveirity. The ShoLirOlhip
i- 211i per annniii, tenable for threv yt-air.-D, -
.' ,' i,,. ]I:.,, (; ". ",, ,, ., I.

The Admiralty has issued a circular,addressed to
the Chlief- of Departments, Commanders and Pay.
uast-er,- at home and on foreign stations, pointing
ot the injudiciousness of purchas-ing stores for
Government use at co-operative stores, which causes
irritation aud injury to legitimate trade.

The Loudon Tiii, of June 10, announces that it
i definitely s.settled that Sir John Commerell will
uuc:.-eed Sir Leopold M'Clintock, in the comma.ind of
thie North America and West India station.

The niteri States Navy Department, Washing.
tiin, i in le-,eilit of aulvim,:-s from Engineer Georoe
XV. Mclv-ille, dated Leni, Deltu, March 25, 1S82.
iu which hlie gives full particulars of the finding of
the bodies of DeLoun aud his comrades. He also
frward- a copy of the log book of Lieutenaut De
The notes made by De Long were begun ou Sat.-
urday, O. tober 1. 18S1, and the first entry is: 111th
day and a new mouth-Called all hands as soon as
lthe cook announied boiling water, and at 6-"5 had
our breakfast, half pound of deer meat and tea."
Under date of October 6 the note- say : l17thl

lday-Brcak 'fast consisted of the last half pound of
dog meat and tea. The last grain of tea was put in
the kettle, and we are now about, to undertake a
journey of twenty-five miles with some old tea
klaves and two quarts of alcohol."
Monday, October 10.-- List half ounce alcohol
at 5.1. At A .'t 0 sent Alexy off to look for pt ir-
mnigau. Eat deer skin scrap-'. Yesterday morning
ate my deer skin foot tips."
Friday-" Kuack was found dead about mid-
nioht between the do:-tur anud myself. Lee died
about noon. Re-?d prayers. for sick when we found
lie was going."
Saturdav-"Too weak to carry the bodies of Lee
ainl Knack out on the ice. ThIe doctor, Collins and
myself carried them airounid the corner out of sight.
Then my eyes closed up."
Saturday, 2'1Ith--" Dresser died during night.
Sunday, October 30, 140th day-Boyd and aiirtz
lied during their iniat. Mri. Collins dying."
This is the end of Lieutenaut De Loun's diary.
De Long, Surgeon Ambler and Alh Siam, the cook,
muit have died soon after the last note was written.

IS.-The ship F.1mioia, ..I-,,, just arrived, re-
ports that duriaig the passag-e Capt. JamesaDwight,
ot Springfield, Mass., was attacked in his beith
while asleep by Chinese steward and hacked to
pieces with a lhatc.het. The Chinese cook also at-
tacked the chief officer, hut the latter raised an
alarm aul the cr-ew came to his assistanc-e and kdll-
ed both (Chinaim-ni and threw their bodies overhoard.
No .:aus.*- wa asi '-ned, for their nuirdNe'ous attack.

A Supplement of Five Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette."
It contains the Proceedings of the Honorable
the Legislative Counc,:il for Friday. 30th June
and July 3 ; Proceedings of the Honorable
House of Assembly tor same days ; Imlportant
News from Europe; the Troubles in Ireland,
and other Intereiting matter.

BIRTH, in Hamiltou Parish, thl-s inoruinrl
Jnly 3, the. Wirc ..,f M. Tho,.n- S. Ba.,deu, ot a
....... in Pembroke Parish on 2nd inst., the
WIFE of Mr. Fredk. C. Page, of a DAUGORER.

DIED,-ou the lIoruiiung' of the thti May, at his
reideun-e, Bri,-k, Deiierara, MR. RORERT
CHAnLE., elde-t son of tile late John Brownlow
Tucker, E-ir., of these Islands. Mr. R.. C. Tucker
for .eveial yeats held the office o.f C:,nimissary of
Taxat,.iu iu that C.,luy.

--' -- .."-- -

Unreserved Sale of

At the Emporium.

I have been favored with Instructions from
Miessrs. J. H. Robinson & Co., to Sell,

Bh?/ Pibdlic Auction,

On Thursday next,
613th in.-stAit,
The undermentioned Goods, consisting in part
Black Cloth JACKETS and VESTS
Men's Black Cloth SUITS
Men's Tweed JACKETS and VESTS
Men's Diagonal SUITS
.. Jackets and Vests
Pants and Vests

Straw and Felt HATS
ShirtsKaniMd Undershirts
And a miscellaneous collection of Domesti-
Hamilton, July 4, 18.

By Public Auction,

At I o'clock, P.M.,

TThe 6th Instant,
5 JTHDN. Eigli.h ALE
05 Reams Wrapping PAPEUN
10 Bhis Pilot ani Navy BREAll
10 Boxes assorted Tea AKE.4
5 lirums h1aliflx CODFISH
'0 Tins BUTTE.-5 Ibs. each
5 Boxes Black and Gold Leaf TOBACCO
4 Half ChestsOolong TMA
500 Lbs. Jamaica C(reen (IIN(GER
I Box NUTMlEGS-sold in lots to suit pur-
chlase s
30 Cases Kerosene OIL
100 Pairs Fine Lineni Duck P %NTS
1"2 W window RLINIS--2 I Ix5 SAit
1 Dozen Pairs Gaiter BOOTS-
shipped contrary ti order,
1 Lot. BOOTS, SHOES and Sum-
mer HATS.

1 Good Farm

the Ow er having no further use for hiim.
Fine Herd of Young B e r i-i u d a.


Hamilton, July 3rd, 1885.

SA Comfortable

Containing three large rooms and two Pan-
tries on upper floor; Kitchen and Sernants

room on lower floor, with Tank containing
about thirty puncheons water fitted with an
excellent pump.
The Land attached comprises Five acres of
arable wooded LAND and MARSH.
The additional benefits of a Well with a
Pump and Fruit. Trees arementioned. The area
of arable land is a full acre.
It i-. prrolosed for applicants to visit the Pre-
ruise3 as shall be directed by the Editor of the
lRogyl Gri:i( and to leave Tenders with the
Proprietor of the Premises. Sealed, tifitil noon
of the
15th JTUL Y.,
for possession if accepted, on the Ist Septem-
ber, l.SN2.
The owner not bound to accept the highest
o any tender.
Ath July, 1882,-2

-- -2 ..._:.- 1.._ __ _*E 2 ___ _"E_ n*********** = = r==n H e rr,.. ..- ..Tom .


FtUI NITV E S AL E, New York .1fail 'teamer .. B. Y. lub Regatta.

At Public Auction, THE STEI.IEI

TO- 0 ORROW T ttono,'

Thel. th .Tluly, at II o'clock.
At the Residen:e of
Who is about to leave these Islands
the whole of his Sulperior and wvell-kept

! I b

Consisting of :-
1 HANDSOME Spring Seat
I Fa:vy CHIAI I i ladies' CIIAIllI
3 WVallut Sprinlt Seat CHliIlltS
I Walnut VWAi'N)r I 1Cane ROCKiER
2MAlarble Top Centre TiRI LES
I Ladies' Resewood Work TARLi'
SA Lot ot Handsome I'C'TUI RS
'3 Walut Cane Seat C(il lR4
I Fine Old Cedar CHI1EST with Drawers
6 Cane Seat Dining CIIAIR, s
I Walnut Extension Dining T L EBL"
I SETTI'RE 2 Caue Summer I'liAIRS
1 Large Office DESK with Lockers
1 Superior LIQUOR CASE
I I Iar'dine Walnut IIAT A STANI)
I Invalid's CH Ill: I Wannut BUREI'IIA
1 Large LOt 1 KING (I l.GS8 I Cedar I)o.
I Wam uat W A4H 1 T Nil, eunclosgod
1 1 Towel HORE
I i" P,.1) -;T E.:\ 1)
2 liair MNlATPRrA,:S
I Malhogany CO11110MD IE 1 IIA\IM-OCK
1 Large .SAFE. P 1 'h a6r,],era l ( r1. \ \I'M
China Tea and Breakfahst4 Set
Part of a Dinner Set, Other Croc-k.
3 Lot o/ GL.1SS1 IV lRF -c. -c.
A Lot of iOa'v,.1a 'ITTINt;.i &a., -.
nntgt which n ill be found:
1 Superior e.' lt of P'latfrm u C ALI.-.
I Fnperior Coffee .1 11.1., No 7. nearly newt
2 .ets C'ourter 7 Wl IN
Tea and Cake CANI I'I-.,. Cheese 4.XPE
I Alarm Money I)W: 1VI,'I by TuciEiR
A IFine .Set ,at' Grin IIN" TUBS
A large th U,'III.T:S al B~SiKE PS
I Amer-rieri Cookin- .-Ti)'.--copl)letc-
No. 7 with all nten ils
4 Bracket LAMPS i le l'U_%I'.

I Cedar Row B10.1 T with Sails,
Oar', Alooring, &.--.- 12 Ifee-t ki:el
I Very Superior Top ; li.;GY
1 Bay
Ig-J r.s "I
AMC e!Pt' -y
Only, 5 years old, perfectiv sundial, finar "Stepper.,
quiet to drive or ride,
2 Fine Bermuda COIVS'- one
with Calf by :ide, the oiher ta 1Cal-e shortly,
-1 Young BULL,
1 Youngti S EER,
I Carriane I liAIN CS'. A-[)D1DLVI. awl iridle
A lot of Pi!ch FORKS A lot of P.etato I-'orks
And wany other useful Articles that will ap-
".Pear at the Nale.
Hamiltoun, July 4th 188-.

Jfma shall's Sale.


By Public Auction,
In the Town of Hamilton.
At 12 o'clock,
ON T HUR S'D i ,
The 20th day of July. instant,
1'ee/r in dIye1 Fa rtte rr f ,. i- t'f oe Er. itfi,,,i,
;s t'a thle' // Court 'a t ,,ett'jtl -1 ,v
,i fSa,'t: ', ALC#NZO PENISTON 0.
The UndernIerntion Real P-rope-rty,
of the said Jabez Smith. in aand to all
that. certain part of a TRACT OF LAND.
called No. 12. situate in that part of St.
.George calileILTucker's Town, containing six
acres, 3 roods anmd thirteen perbches, more or
lese : bounded 5,,thl,.on other Lands forming
part of Liot No. 12, now or lately hhl. by the
heirs or assigais of Satuel Tr,,tt. ceaseas; '
",,'/, by Lanai now or lately hl.ed by the
*Vheirs 'r devises of Benjamin Dickinson Liar-
rvey' deed ; Sotal, rq. b. lands of Benjamin
Smith, formerly of Miago Smith. al c.:-ased,l
oj4 of Ilenjamin Smith. also. p:-rtly of thr
sai TRACT. and 11. ,/W,1/ct. by Lanls now or
.lately tef the deviseesaf Lenjamair Dickinson
Harvey, deceased, tegetthir with
D/rcellbtq f1o ((S,'e

Erected on the said icar,-el of L nl, c,:..
subject to a sieall Orait Rent. or- howe-.-er
othea the saMi propert -a t aa be boutll-
el or ought tee deascribedl.
P. M. G.
July ;3, 1882.

1Vill leave Hamntillon Jor

JN'e i'

At I pm.,
6th July, 1882.
'lo leave thence for return on the 13th Jul J1.
Ft eight, Specie on Freiht arind Parcels will be
received uulil (I p.m., Viednesd:ay, 5th July.
Plasseeugear Slage will be removed at 30 min-
ties past noon, 11th Jar'y.
Passengers holding I',reign Return T l'ickeli
are requested to have then endorsed hy the tu-
A eaaii..
Ilamilton, l'ermiuda, 4lh July, 1882.-1
Colorist onrte.

Requlired O lr the Asvhn,

serlird fr te 311,tl0"N.'Vtil
_...- ,:-, ,

Persons willing to take the Situation will
apply to the Me.dicalSuplejtina.ant-uat.
'r "
.Medical Superit,-indeutlt.

For H. R. Hl. the Duke of Edin-
burgh's Challenge Cutp,
Will take place ove-r an Old Bermuda Course:

na1s8O} A2
4th July, Instant.
To be started at II Ia.m.
There will be an additional race over the same
Course for a Purse. probably 50 or 60 to be
raised by subscription. and to) be divided in Ist
and 2nd Prize-. tl.s a'- 7 th of amount i .---
This Race to be open to all eou,.-is, to be
sailed according to R. B. Y. C". Rules, and a
Member of the Club to be on board uach Boat.
during the Race. No Boat allowed to enter
for this iace unless the Owner or person en-
tering is a Subscriber of at l.-ast 2) to th.-
SFlag of Leeward Stakeboat will be dipped
ten minutes before the Start in both Races.
All Boats to be entered with Tounage and
Flag on or before Tuesday, 27th instant. at
Store of H. R. Hunt, Esqr.
' Entrance Fe-o for Purse Race 10.
Subscription Lists open at the R. B. Y. Club
andl Store of ff. R. Hunt. Esqr.
? Secretary to Sailing Comumitteao
JR. B. Y. Club.
4th July. 1882.

. G(ipsy Pestival will be held at
On Friday, 14th JuIv,
Pay th. Lidiei.,' .id. asited lby the NIembeta,'s of
IhI, Mite missionary Society.
Illutiniaa:etoas bl y .t.1a1 eaec Lauteirns. r e-
freshbaenet-, coni-ti,.g otl Fea, Cesoffe, Cake and
Cak'-=,. e., %ill lie ,nerved free.
There %ill also lie a tab'e of Iflain, Poultry,
Sanad ichlies. Ice reaam, Iced Soda Water,
FaMil a.d. C.onfectioj.r'y afir -.dI oUa the
S (3psy Ca,,p, ih ebeeea at the Well, and
othe-r" a it-i*'ihiuis%%ll be on Ihe 1-r'uehd-.
The M.-z art FTavo ihe B I N [) will be in
i Gate nIill be opea at 2 p. In.
Enalarane eh I .
T'l'ihets5ieatn he )1 li ,iedi at lMr. IB. Burchall'Ps.
.StI. (Mor.,.'s ; I'. \V. (;bL,,.,', I ,ih.y's Buy ;
,'ir-, Apo ,,,, Flar'-; I-'. J. '1. Bul:k.aer's,
S '- 1~a illo,, andal ,n th lr- gn.i iis.
Thee pIl.- of enrtetainanent will be inlicalted
h Flags-.
i'rocee,. 1i naid cfthe II .11. I,. choo)l R e in
na,.er et. J lVy 3. 19S82..

For Sale by Ten d( Ir
i'lehv lualowini_ Real Estate in the
Parish of Warwick,
Banging to the '-."ta-e of Robert Light-
bourn. Esejr., Deer.ased.

I .-TWO HOUSES with 88
Series Lanel. bousled A1N/th by latndas of T. J.
Lighthourne. Ea&t by lauds of the Estate of
Mansfihl Stmith, Sout,1 by the South Longitu-
dinall road. and West by lands of Thomas
Park r.
2.-A HOUTSE,with 8 Acres of Land, bound-
ed Seeth by land-.- f,,ornerly of Robert White.
East by lands of Nathaniel J. Darrell, South/
by the Military ruadl. W1 7, by lands oft Wmn.
S. Frith.
3.-A STORE HOUSE with one Acre of
Land, bounded Ytle/, by the main longitudinal
road, Ean, by Tribe Road. South by lands of
Satimuel Dickinson, VWe-t by land of Nathaniel
A. Cooper.
4.-A DWELLING HtOUTSE. known as
Rose Cottage," aal SroRE HoutrsE with 6
Acrt-s of LA.ND, bounded ,"orth b y lands (ef
the- Estate of James Darrelil; Eatt by Tribe
Road; N.,aath by the main longitudinal Road.
ana1 1Iest by land. of John S. Darrell.
5.-A Lot of LAND consisting of over
aun half acre. bo.tundad arth by lands of John
F. ( ooper ; East by Ioad leading to the
waters e, the Great Soulnd ; ,ath 1by" latlds of
lat.- Mrs. SUsaaa F,'ith, and I',.t by Lana1- of
the late William "Rayno-r.
SEALED TENDERS will be received by
Sthe Ualesige for the above Propertis utip
Tuesday Noon, the 25th

tors to the Will of the la'e PitEI)IERICKC
PAINTING, Deceased, TO .-E LL.

Ih July, 1882, at 2 o'clock,
That st)bstanftiatl %'ell kept-

MtllDwelling House
, ~~
ituate at We'kt n end iol hurceh lStreet, hlana-
iltoa andtl .ow ia the aweup.tion of 11iMr. Dra ke.
.NLSi ,
A (:COTTAGE on same street nearly opapouite
Government Bake,-ry-and a IIUII.llN. Ni: LOT
adjuiainrg, 50) by 100) leel.
l'ereas and Caounlielteis m:atlIe Ieinown at tim e-lf
'he above ofltrs a Rare Chnce flur Spr-cula-
es to buy 'r' Proprtrly.
St. George's, 1914h June, 18's2.

We, the tTIndersigned MAerchan ts
iland ,others of thi! Town, with the view of af-
fording some recreation during the present
Hot Se tson, havc agre--el
To close otr ieslective Il'h,.es ol

On Every Friday,
At I p.m. froin this date. to 29th Septemb-er,
Hamilton. Bermuda, July 7, 1882.

N. T. Buttertie,l & Son,
J H. Triminglhiamn &
Lou.kward & Iugham,
J. M. McNeilI & e,,
Rd. F. Cooper,
C A. AJ,)ne,,
Hy. A. .TJarnes.
Daniel I'rinmingham,
NV. 8. Darrell,
Ric,:hard J. P. Darrell,
J. H. Darrell, Jr.,
A. Granthant,
II. A. Granthatun,
C. H. Reabinun.
W'. T. JaTremaa,
Wm. Bluek per J. H..
Theos. J. LigAhtbomu-n,
Samuel A. Maters,
B. E. Diekinsn,
Win. 11. Hughe,
Alex. J. Frith,
iamueucl Nelncs,
-. D. WVatlingtou,
D. E. Seon,

A. Hodsldon,
J. A. Need,
B. P. Masters,
(we.). Eve,
J. C'. Ke-uney,
E. B. Jouv,
A. H Roeiiaiasu,
C T. Conver-, ,
R. H Du,-rde,'
A. -I.Ho,-eldon,
R. P. Atkins & Co ,
.-T. E. Mast,-rs,
Thos. J. Wadson,
B. W. Walker & Co.,
E. Child,
G-,ilirn z Bro.).
Edgar F. Snimmuuanon,
Timothy K,-rri,-k,
W. H. WVatlingtuu,
A. R. Thomp-un,
O. L. Diekinson,
Ebenezer Bell.
N.'E. Lusher,
.John F. Burrow-,
J. F. Darrell & Son.
Fred. A. Whit,.


The Undersigned wishing to haIve a
-Dwelling Io nse.
* Erected on his Lands in Southampton
Parirsh. ioriv fee I- 'l T.went-S ix

I. ....I, ..7 .' r )y -I
11lStlant. j Fee, Kchein, ten-Iby twtlvu Feet, hereby
They do not binul themselves Io ac(ceplt the request- persons willing to Contract for all the
higha-t or any tender. Voi k required loi the erection of the Iauilding.
THFIEOS. J. LIGIHTrBOURN, to aeii l 'iot,-lrs for the same
LAURIE Al. SM ITH By theI 1921t I stat,
j -. ;:/ /E, .- t,. u l :pecifieiatiuns ,1f all the W'otk required
Hamilton, July 4th, 1832.-3 can be obtained onr applying to the Subseriber.
,liIe does iot hind himnsell to accept the low -it
Receiving from London or an.vy rder.
:n JO H -5.411.i T 11.
Via N.ewv York per -- Orinoco," at the- Royal .
Gazette" Stationery Store. Southamapton, July lit, 1862.--2

Prayer BOO KS,
Ivory atnd Limp Back.,

"1 atat1K
l-ynBOOKQ, an:ient and modern
I I d t u 's H t r
('lirsand Litthi- Artui sH tr f Eng-
Mlorden's prepared OUMAI in bottles, with brush
andt top
Lead Peneils Steel Pens
risnte PAPER-assorted colours
Violin STRINGS &c., &C.
HamiltonjJuly 3, 1832.


Dl TRING thie eltsuing month we
shall make quite a Retduction in the
Prices of our lIarness Stce, 4e..
And advise those in want of stuh Goods to)
give us an early call.

Reid Street, June 19, 1682.-3 3p

From the:- l.t July. 1S82, to Jith June, ISS3,

Arrowroot, unnmanufactured, tahe o 101
pounds, ten shillings 0 I
Arrrooot, nuafactnured., the pountd
sixpen,-, ii ii
AI,. :,ha 1a"
Brandy I
uordials the Gallon. four
Gin shillings 0 4
'h-ppermint Water
Whiskey J
Ruim, tfile Gallon, four shillings
Wine of all kinds, 20 per ce.-ntumn ad-
M31alt Li- )the Hog.he:al. twenty
qurr Ci 1 .hilliugs 1 0
dr, anti iin bottles commonly ,all-
Petr ry ed quart bottles. the
SDuz,:n-one shilling t)I
(Cigar--the thousand.i ten shiling, i I1
or. the pound. one ,hilling, at the-
option of the Importer i I
Tobacco (other than Ci- ? th.- Pound.
gars) an 1 uSnuff [ wo pence 1 )
Cows Calves, lleifers andrl Oxcn-
pet heeal. four shillings 0 4
And in all cases where .uth dJuties aret
imposed according to any se,.ifiC
quantity the same shall be deemed
to apply in the same proportion to
any greater or less quantity.
On all Goods impurt.:d, except arti-
eles subject to specific duLies, and
those enumerated in the following
Table of Exemptions. and such
Books as under the Act entitleel
-An Act. to regulate the importa-
tion of Books and to protect the
British Author," are subject to an
import duty of filteen p,-r central
1'- optr .eri ttto t'allI'c,:a.



.Animnials and Goods imported oan e.-
count of the Public of these Islands
by any Public Officer or Corntittee,
being the property of the Public. or
purchased at the Public expense;
Baggage, consisting of Apparel and
Professional Apparatus of Passen-
gers; Books, not repain6 of Bri-
tish Publications; Bullion ; Coals:
Coin; Diamonds; Fresh Fruit and
Fresh Vegetables excepting Pota-
toes; Horses and other Beastsd. and
Provisions and Stores of every de-
tcriptionu imlported for the use ,of
fler- Majesty's Land and Sea
Force-, or of the Convict Establish-
ment in the event of Convicts being
hereafter transported to these Is-
lands, being the Property of Her
IMajesty. on iatisfactory proof of
theirbeing the propertyof Her Ma-
jesty, and Horses of Military Offi-
:ersbrought into these- Islands as
a necessary part of their Military
Equipment,. subject to all conli-
tions. provisions and regulation,
containel in anlly Act passed or
to be passed by the Legislature
of these Island1: Provided that
no Military Otfieer during the
whole tert of his ielrv..- an
these Isl:ads. shall be allawd to
import free of Import duty more
Horses than shall be shown by the
certibl-ate of the Olticter Ceiaauaald-
ing Her Majesty's Troops or other
proper Offier to be required by such
Officer importing such Horses under
Her Majesty's Military Regulations
as a neesary part of his Milita, v
Equipment: Ice; Per-sonal Effl-,ts
of Inhabitants of thes-e Islaids dy-
ihg abroad and not iute nmled for
sale; Specimens of Nat ural History:
Trees, Plants ald Shrubs for jlant -
Uniforms and other Articl-s import-
edl by Naval om Military Officters,
b.-ing a part, oi their nec:'sary
Naval or Military Equipment.
Personal Prope,-ty sold at Auction,
(property sold under process of any
Court or under the order of any
Judge as such, or belonging to Es-
tates of deceased persons only ex-
cepted) subject to duty of 21 per
ceut. less V. per cent. on such duty
to Auctioneers for collecting anl
paying the same.
Parties exporting Goods are entitled
on certain conditions to the whole
of the duty paid on the importation
thereof when th drilty on the said
Goods amounts, to 2.
Drawback of duties are allowed for
Goods sold to and becoming the
property of H. M. Government.
The A uctioneers' Bonds expire on the
a0th June in.-tant,t'1 ae,/., tihr/ b.
,daaa'reI. Auctioueers to maketheir
returns quarterly-within tnt days
after the last days of March, June,
September anrd Decemnbe-, respec-

Light Dluties.
id. the ton on Merchant Vssels.
Steam Packets carrying the Royal
Mails exceeding 6o0 tons or
plying for Passengers and
Freight 3. 0 0
Do. Do. not exceeding 600 tons 1 4 0
Storeships and other Vessels wholly
ctnployed in H. MA. Servi,. are ex-
aript frora this duty.
Ree-eiv.:r General'.
Receiver Genteal's Office. 2
June 29. 1882. I

Reward-61 0 10.

TIE above R-ward will b. pail to the Pur-
.son who pialied ,up in Font of my Resi-
dnce, East Broadway, an Sunday last,
A Gold Neck Chain, with Ring and
Locket attached, on returning the same to
Hamilton, July 1, &18.2.

Chan oC

in Somerset Mail
Coach Route.

Coion,;i Poa'I / Office,
II %JLTON, 17rl June, 18M 2.

E1 Il: B ItB14: are hereby ini,,rmed that on
S arid after ihi Ist of July Next the Somer-
se .11:il Io.ach when travelling by the NortL
Road of Pa._,et. wIi resume the frmrr route dand
travel ly ithe er,,.s road by1 Mi-s l'rith's Millin-
cry Store-, i ofi n :a ni -v l.Vy thie Chi tpel
Ho d.
by order i,f the Admiidirator and Council.,
Color.ial Poatoater.
3 3r. p.
.. N 'T

'rENDERS will be received by
the Under.3igned
The 12th day of July inst.. at Noon,
Front "po-lons willing to CuntraAt foe the
Dieting Prisoners
.W1h1 are fedl at the Pubi,. exlelsE--inclusive
oi Sick Piscn,.-rs) for Twao aYe a,.-rtain,
(oumruetcing on unnd froa and after the Second
thay of August now next en-uing, when the
lowest tenir will be a:-cept.-d if otherwise
approved. The, s-.-beue -,f di,.t may bIto seun at
the Hamilton Gaol.
Two Sretia:- in the sum of Thirty Puntds
each will be required for the due perLJurmance
,f tbhe Contract and any further iniourtiation
will be furnished by the undl:rsigned.
J. H. TROTT, P. AI. G.
r'elinq Justices..
Saturday. 1st July, U.. --2 :p
Colorist twice.


Under the Provisions of "The
lBermadL d eight Il4ouuse Act, 188 ,'
Is required :.t the t. I aDi.I's Wland Lia-lthouse.
Applic.lrui, s% tt ill he receive t until
a durdayj the 15th July

When they will be saubiittel to The Coru(is-
ioloners for appointment.
I'y Order,
For B. E. Di.kinon., Cl rk.
I limilton, 3rd J rly, 1882.-1

Money to be Lent
On approved Real Estate Security.
Applyv t,

3rd July, 182.

Chancry Laue, HaLa-i

George Alleu. Jmo S d'.-lnaral, Ruth Brown, F
A Buckley, Henry Bean, Barque." John Currer,"
,Joueph DeShield, .lohn Doris, John David. Ant.onio
J deFreitus, AntonioD Fereira, Manoel D Gonealves,
Emilia J Gouealves, Antonio .J Gones, George
Gibbs, B W Hill, Hemay I;ll, Antonio J L11r, A
Mailliard, Jor-iph McLumh, Mai)lyE Nelnues, Jaumeas
Oterbrid;e, Andere PlerA-et, EL ,Riuhmoand,
Riehardmi, A.4 I[ ie, .1Iahn P 1Loderg,-r, Jale.
Smith, ,lames B Siium.,.u. Thomas Smita. S (
Simos, R B SHimmons, I ,rael J Smith, (:has E
Scott. Ailhory Silvth, Wn E Smith, T Sirmai.,
Jonuthauo J JSaith;, T fl Wy locker, Joteph \Vehoma.
FICE ST. GEORGE 3rd July, i8'2.
Brig -" DA ;wall," Barqn -". Gl- Head," (leo
A Harley, Srante Jb6hn.....:4.t Daivid"es iland)
MI Kelhall, Nicholas Martinez, Buque '.Mir le,'
Mathilde deCarmo Dians, Bark "Sarah." W Smir,
Aimer Deleii, cooper'ss Island) Schr William Mar-

Paget, ordJ uly, -182.

a aGipsy Festival! The Undersigned
.. Has been instrected by the Exeeu-

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27th June, 1882.
~LL OF TI'S GOVERNMENT has received
OF JAMAICA a copy of a Report from the
Comnnis ioier of Turk Island,l on tho subject
of starting nml developing. with the a,.Nistane'
all nu,.r thle sujrvi ai, llf.the Lc,(al Gov-
ernment, the .dtivaitiion of Fruit Tives on
North Cai:ces. at Kew an-l Bottle Creek, and,
with the vi-'vw of encouraging Immigration
thithet. th,' Government is prepared t,:o lease,
for a teruj of s,-vcmn v, ion certain n ,onditioins
as to planting Fruit Tree,. such as Oranges.
Limes. Pihk-Apples, &.-., ald, -, payment of
six pence sterling annually per a-re. Lots ft'
Land not .-x.eding, 23 acrt,' il, extent, toeanch
able bodied man who may imnmigrate. The
Land in question is situated at North Caicos.
between K.-w aand Bottl, Creek. and at the
end of thle se"-in years, if the land has been
properly andi profitably cultivate,.-, Titles will
be given without further paYtweuts
Building Lots .iand Yards of about a quarter
of 11an will be Wven in the Settleme-nt of
Kew, (which ha-. now Three hundred inhabit-
ants,', on Ie.yiyint of one pound a Lot.
Stone anwl Building ulateriale are plentiful.
The Landl at the SettluMnet ji reported to
be not only wll adapted for the cultivation of
Fruit Tree.s, but also for the raising of Onion,
Potatoes and 'Tomatoes, ,nl industrious men
from Berunaida who wish to own land and set-
tie will find advantages at the North Caiecos
whr ere he ar-, already mnimy persons of Bcr-
mada desent. -
FtFurtbr inf,.,rmation can be obtained at THIs
OFFICE or firum the COL.ONIAL Sui.vysoR,
Turks Islands.
By His Honor's Co,,mand,
Act;ia (,dre,eidl .Secrrtary.


- -

'. ., il u1' i.. -:1 flo the ,:. H : -
I l nab...- iit H r. fLE -i., i the ;.'L t.,. ,-.-: In -
*Ju.iu : .I, l thil ..,l fr,.,n Ei ia, id to the
P__ I,-!t- 'Sea, a lu, tPhe -Il'] ..:t ,:., i- thI t MI'e. aniia
wo1ldI try to r.-1. 't ( :t ...t ( t Fr-uz T,L.--f L-iul,,
,LAl thA n ,v uriu : ti.- i.; :-'u.:hen c(o'AtIlenu:,:,I \'
him their. in It T Th, I .7, thonug-h .not a v-ey
a i.e yva.:t, wa. wo-l -.r .i.n e. t.. ti ip. Lu
it d---, rjt '. t tl t r: t ,. ila. tio ti _.f Ih -,
OW iL: to, ,-,lo ti int :- thie- h,.,." *r s,- r o t,:n si ,. ., i ,!,_-
e",:,u rTh.: l.- b: i r,.l I..f If.? '..,, w:.s ftr-ont'Fm-
Li-hi v.,1-,.-r. whio i, povt tih t h aon Tidy ll ,
i 1 s h, s ha ,,l,,nt : !.;,' u,- rtlb l.,titit,.l art.)
i,.. 'J 1 .i-,. v. .- at it 'W.,, At.r Sm rrna'.. tteutioln
tI 1-114 ,I',.,i l tv) Ve- F i... ..,.,--.| ,i, F i.:,u I.1i !,,Sr
L -i,,.1. A n,,tl-i.i ..i h-iii,:- l..u h;-z i.c ,:nu he. Ir ,i
the vesi.l, 7i ,.1t.,,it it i, i ot U o t" Eua--ii-h a'r.ri-. c-. -
,ert-,, h,:-.!d. i1, y th Pi,-r-i1.:nt ,-f the Roy;-l t-.i o- S,,.i,:.:ty, u--,adl ,:,u thi- A mhuiralty the
ne-e-ity of .iu-' .a ship fr th rlif the. reli fr tlE I.'-i
STh.: (',v.anII-ut d.eliu:nl ho,-w-ver. to fit iout a
.xpelition. 1-it ;ag-.:-I t .. -ive 5,l t, inLt der eor-
taMiu :ouliti>..ns. Thi,- ;miiount was ,Siipplemenit.-
I-v 1,000 e:ii:.inii- fr.:.m the G-.ographical Slriety.
The friend.- of Mri Lrt:t, Sshuin Ihaviu-g decided to
fit out ain expediti:u, Mr. T. V. Smrrn li... :.
forward tand t~mi.iruti.'-- tihA- ':i, of it A s-terai
whal.r, th, I...,, li, s bi-a : heu i;rtered, and,:l ha bis
beeu amply pr.:.rviunS,.-1 with ice-)boat-, asledi-c-.
and t.ents. Thr- 1-o,.. i t.. -,il fr',im Euigland o(n
thl-e .-1th of thilts n.utiith in order to, I.,vo the hr-st
le'ult,, -?I ivalI., fr,:ti tlt .- e.-3 ,v-ri.:. -ur-S ( oif ar.tie
trat-ir-lr:, --n.h li._'-hi : mhit,,iits a VON PAvErP.
JAs ,EN. and, B;-r..i- Nor-.Nn Lr h re i ,1,1tl---.ld
Sir A LrEN Yor. ,. aiu r-:aCnr. t, t. t:. .. V,:-N
PAT."R tI,:.ji t, iI.t with an i: affhteitit equlipnieut t i.,
E';-10 I iWt h ve I- ffe'.-,l 'x.,.N t v i" th. l- Jne wiy
ns, the .. .' Th1 i w ii, ,inr,l, y ii, u
arnd prI br.L) l 1V h_1 ha.. b. tal. ,tni,.....i-, i.l,1 the I'-rw'
h-ave :--. n trYI:.:; t.-, a -: I l i v.- i -.:,tathl "'.:,
"P.' cr. I--.. not behL v.: ;u thl -y.I'- n- .'f .
uI.;t.n .rc,, e *', ti-. ate v ii l. rh I t_- ,- l.-r u u. ,-
aun l h-- i ,li.u-.l t. n- ., .i- th,'t i .t ,:hal ui,- ...f
.a in tl,- r. l ,-.1 the '. .: .A:r- +-i-l-'t. '.fa.
S rl I.' V-,N P-. Yvrr tliuk-. wa- -, > -.,l-. en,'-l 1.,'' -,ra.-
forni r g':-..d fi:rtnu.-, wI-hi ib C -. l,-1 hirn tt.:- kui .:r-
ir t.- tile ',ii u ti -i' n, IpIn .ti..'h t-. F'n :-f
Land. .T.\;N-t: i- ..i :- iii. r t h. i- .:-ti.l, aI .d tli ul:
that the,; :.'re., I thl /2 .. ii iy ],. te rl.,,;ht:ll ',i, ,:,
pla.:-c on thi- u..ith .f .it:/. :-i.:c i. r.rou Nor:.
tL rr>.:::ju; ,leve. th't .jI! L ;.;l Sim[T iit,
ouly 1 ...-n :-l)a e ,-, r..a..h Fi :a .To., f La n-l, i ;',-l-,:
t,:, a.1.\-:i l.;:.h.r. it., i -ret n', :oa.--t." H- thinkk<
t,-aI J. ' h "- .e-u iaun; Lt in th,:- ,.,i a;t Fall.
e" ha-; wTi ter i .l ill t tlinN tId rt r to r ,'..-l.
tihe north part :.5' Nui .x Z il-r.1.

Nobody need suppose th:-it tli- incarrceration otf
ARTnt'R ORTON l.vha put an end fiorevi-r to the busi-
ness of Ti.hbborne claii.ant. The Califoriua riepre-
euntatiir-e ,f that anotnw celebrate .lh.rrl-ter h.s had
"tie g.,o-,ld l-h:. to fall int.:, tlhe h'm.ds :If M r.I Fr:_.xiT
M PIKLrEY, .editor of the Sn o F tAn. ,i- ..:-:.' ..It 'r,,...1
,%-;" i- ) i .i.wyer t, .1 <:,t. 3I[r. PI.XLt.Y -1t-6 that h,-
I 1-. .-I .1,- a L t1 iy .If the 1i ih.L u a -u.1 l)i. i: -e., antdl that
ihe has, become ,.--.inrmlued that he i-s Roop.r C'ITA;LLs
Trm.oi.NEr:.-.f Ti-hl,.a-nm-. The roliii nt iha.-. i .ei
the i-iesit of the I- lit, r-l, wy'.r, who 1 :a. of himr
th.t "- h-. i. -.eU-itf,rmned aud ha-s thi- manuiur
and be-tiu- of" The- pe-.:uhrity of
th!: C.lif.:.rui.a C'liai ,.:-ut'. -: i. that lie 1.,- nIot
propoe t p'u.1 iN.y iv..:y min thel prl. .su titon o t"
hi iit. T i..U t lT!. It'., i: 1it ertb-.d..-, t ,v r
witL eAnti'T,- ufIi. 1-ten, up,1.n, lhI hi,:,ui..r t hi- r,-l: -
Imf .- l th' Ihi ,.,r t f Et.o- li- h ~ ,.r ut C l: t. i r :..-
Ili-,,11M., 0n, 1-1. re t,', t 1,i : t,, hi'i whbat iu -.[q ity uil
ho rL),'" !r: iV ltiy 1 l-'im ThI- ,l, .;n f."ttu '
If tii, 1.ii-.i -. i-. th iiipli.:ir cjrti .!.-u i.-lh the
('laii ta t'- ii: w-f,,un.d ir, .s h-i-- E: i_ i b...tu, i" ,.iS
,n itt,.i Wy .:.n, r:'i.d ti .. ir i,,,it l .l d ri,.-. tit -
.'_i-' t Mot !.,:i.r- his i,\ .1-"Lt

Sum1n1ere 4.(oolds
C-rner of Queen. and Reid Sv.-ets.
NWO N iI'f:!'i \'.ING ir,. 1'.N' 'f sN
Via NEiw Yp.K,
S THI''lKr V'ictcria L VN I'o,
MUSLIN Do C'&:MD i',-"
La-li-- and Gents HOI)1EP.Y, &e-.
".ints and Boys White and Colored
Straw HATS.

always on hand
.... pr.I 2 ,8 2.

and New l"oI.k.
SPAIN, L rL,-L-T.\., HOLL.~ NNI.
. I THr OL- N, )_,DENM.\. .
h.- .TEAM 'HIi'.; of this han.- .conpri e
T' "L 'E of the l:ir'ge-,t st- :irdet, bi beli.gingg
.i...i ,. "uipaiy ai iii th-he Atlantic soet'vi lav-
ing the port of New York. Th-eyar'. built ex-
1irely at iron anl steel, except, the merely de-
coi-i.ivt'- parts. are divided into wat':-r-tight
nnal hir' loaf -oiriplrtmiint:, and providers
wirr .;-ei'yt'in calc" ted t, add to their
sa.ty-tv. a, I' to the ctomfot and co.onvenience oat
I.,:t-' ng... The sal..,,,n and stateroo.ns (all
(,1 thle I. ; de.ik). r.,. unusually. large-, light.
an a' at v. Ts'o t:tlue ,Intd general appoint.
u-nti .. I.t fa.-oui.ably with the best hotels
in Enaii- I.iii.

it.- o thise ste-aiiier-s will sail frota New
York every Sat uirdaiy,. tor 'Queenstown and
Livyerpoal, and wi. .-kly f6:,r London direct, from
S-ew v Pi,.-' .: Nortlh i'ivter. Rates ,tf j passage
i; cairrl-ti.y : -- 'o Qt.-'-nstlawn un.l Liver!pool.
S'i to: P 7.. T. Lonilmn direct iVict-joria Di:.cks)
a,0i ti. ,"iii ; excurs-ion tickets ,!(l0t. currency y -
Fteernage paUs--agyp- 5 currency. Fur further
pa.rtienlat- apply Ito the Company's Offices,
.. '-, -T nudBl 73 Br.,aN.:wava NNew YoIk.
Now Yo rk. January 27, 1.-'2.

C. LVE(7 T. .. Watc.e, from i'. to) 7. Gold
- -Vatclhes iro.m -5 to 2.i, at child'ss All

(By the New GOVERNOR who is
t 'pVectell to arrive on 2nd July)

For par'tiulars apply to COLONEL GoRP 0'-,
Good refPiences will 1:': reqltired.
.Tint 19). 18S2.

(h/ ea(pest Prtsj i Town.

Because we get. them from the
Manit'.iclurers an.I can sell them at lower
price r than aiiy Ilioute in Bermrnud:.
Gets NECK WEAR of the latest
desi, as,
Ladies :lOSlI-RY, &.c.
Gent, Ni1hit ill'l.-, W\'hie VESTS and
"iimmner LO.T.-'.
J. M1. McNEILL & CO.
Fr,,nt SSneet, Hamiltoo, (
June l2th. 1S3;. t


Wanted at "" Royal Gazette" Office.
Jane 2'i, ISS32.

S Do 0 FF E.

Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because io..,t people do not. know how to
se]--l ioff':.. or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or mail;kig. To obviate these difficul-
ties has been our study Thatber's pack-
age e-ofei -aro selected by an expert who
nnderstaiiIl the art of blending variousis
..vors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
ell in small quantities). then put in
pound packages (in. the ti, nwt yrouranl,}
bo:ming our signature as a guarantee of
c.aini itinness, and:l each packngecontainsthe
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
p.acktwo kinds.Thurber's No. 34," strong
awl pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
nnd1 rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
,../ ,d. 1 /'.. ",, l i't', ra i&'mnabl.
1"' -. J g' /m.,or Gr,'r.t t(r Thtrher''
rit s.ill ,1 (', r in ,, ,.i,,,,1 j,,.,irk c. N, "" .Vo. 34"
'r A. 4-1I." Do not b:) .put off with any
other kind--your own palate will tell you
wItat is best.
Where p1rIsons desir.:- it. we also furnish
the "" 1I,," Coffee-pot. the simplest. best,
an-l ,.;pi-leSt offete-pot in existence.
Gro.c'.r whli se-ll our Coffele keep them
A sk t,,i descriptive circular.
>-H sI .:-,tft'lly, &,:-.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
liuportei-. Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
I.oa:ster.s, New You-k.
P.S.- s the la re est dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest tol manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack I hem in a tidy
nal satisfa,.tory manner. All goods
bearing our name are guaranteed to be
of superior quality, 1J'i' ,,,l 1 ,,ro l(sI.ome.
and dealers are authorised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
an(di .oustiners to use Tiurle,.' briands.

Cheap Reading.
A few copies of the SUNBEAM
Received fromin London andl on Sale at Royal Ga-
zotte" Stationery Store.
HE assortment of Silver Jewelry, consisting
TE of Brooches and Ear Rings. Bracelets,
English ntnd Cooley Iaugles, Lockets, Nick-
les, Studs. ',leev-e RvIttons, and Vest Cbains,
&,., at C'hild's. Was never more complete.

('sUJZON i iN *

( 'tiled Sn les la il .fe, tcres.



Al. A:KA Tueiday, Al-.rcl'h '2, at 6i30 in.m
NEV' uDA ** 2S, at '1fl0 p.m.
.\ h! Zi' N April -1, at 5-1O p.m.
. I FB '. INIA .. II, at II'10 n.nm.
\WTSti;NSIN I8, at 5(10 p im,
.'L --: ', 25, at 11'30 ; n.m.
' Y' ,iiNG "' May :'. at -00 p.n..
.1 lZi ,.,A '* "' 9, at 10-I.)0 :.nO .
ne L.sL.,ve Stealners aie built expresesly foo
the fri'de, have five tvatertigyl bulkheads, aud
verri experienced ut)icer-s, ,tui,eolas and Stei-
S.rde-sses. 'I'he Salooi eAccotmiotlail insare in-
ia-rasseIi Vy arny ttitanio- .teainems. an1d the
Stat :.'noruiu-ar'.- n union deck opeliin[ into the
leo .2_A t., tia-' securing that great -jmfi'rt in
I,.can tr;me.'cl, per::iclt eafti tion and light.
,. mno.kiing~ -.oou, u at. Io.n .- and Piano on
e:ch:%Le: ; meir.
T'i U. S. Mail! teaimer "' Orinoco" from
ir:-r n'..ia,'thursdays, generally rrives at New
York c.tiondaays, anit t':.-'-cngers' l>;aga1ecan
he rrcni-tetrpd dim ti' to the Li\erpool Ste;imer
sailifi vext d:,).
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, March 9, Ist2.




.A Coo/' awld a

Hamilton, June 12. \182.

For Sale,
A Handsome Bay

under Sadd


years old. quiet in Harniess or

Set of Harness, Bridle and a'ddle.
Please apply at "Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, June 13, 18-,.

A C AR R I ER .for the ROYAL
GAZETTE is wanted to deliver Papers
though the Parishes of Pag,-t and Warwick.
Please make early application at. the Office.
Royal Gazette" Offlce
famuiltou, June 27th. i.S, I

For Sale.

(Nearly New)
To Seat Two Persons,
The Property of Lieut. Bereslord, R. E.
ApplI to
May 28th, I8d2.-tf.
if you want a Good Fitting suit of
CLOTH ES.-i65 and 66 Front Street.
tOHN M. M1NEILL & CO., have Engage.d
Sthe Services of a First Class Culter and
Fitter.-65 and 66 Front Street.
YOiN M. ,\McNEILL & CO,, invite the Pul-
lieC to Call and -.xiamine their Large As-
sirtmnent of Fine Suitings aud Palnni Sttff.-
'S5 and 66 Front street.
Hamilton, Novr. 28, 18l1.-tf

Cricket i ats.
at the Royal Gazette" Stationery tore
(Some BA TS' half price)
Hamilton, March S, 1SS2.

For Rent,
[n the Towi of Hamilton, a com-
fortable and commodious


Near the Pieshyterian Ciihurh.
It I:is many Cotnveniences. 'Possession ,;i eni
Ist July next.
-)pply to
Hamilton, June 19th, 188-2.

"Park Villa" (near Vie-
toria Park)

"A This desirable Residence is
j"", fiite New, eoinp i.:9i "ixs oomis, a
iiiieen, a large Tank and Garden.
Apply to
House 4 Land Ag.nt.
Office Queen Ntreer, Hamilton
12th June, la8-. .

Cottage to Let
In Cedar Avonue.
Poession given on ist July.
For further particul:rs apply to
Hamilton, June IS, 1882.

For Rent,
Immediate possession to an applrov-
ed Tenant,

ThDvelhinq Rouse
With about i a-irs of Landi near Walsinghaw
Apply at onecU to
0f. S. 0. P, A'IS TOA.j
J. Jak-ille. lamilt,,n Parish.
June O t" ,1S .- ti "

For ;ie,

E A House and Lot,
in the 7'own of Hamilton,
For 'articul:!rs p', |e .i;.-(p to
I lnu illon, Nor. "9, i .,l.

For' ASale,

Sold for nr.. fault, only too small for the
Owners ,ise. Will exchange for a larger
Terms made known on application to

I'rtetlion against FlIEk S
AT :, l. :-ST \iOLidATE iA'I E.S
b;. ,, be obtained from the
oi London,

re l tie lorg-it Established and Weaithiest
O(ticas in Great Britain.
Through the H1i- iNI_'H OFFICE in these
Isla0n,l, a Saving is eTflected to the Insured
)f tite .',,minp Duly, a very considerable item.
I i;\>t taken both on i EAL anmd PERSONAL
Pic' -i'. T'I'Y tor 3, G or l monllth..
'- .- n noj C iA lGE for Policies.

Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


Lime Lime !! Lime !!!

T IME burnt. with Cedar Wood
Sand Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
iti this'To'wn from one oLuhel to 25 at 9d.;
f'.:r all orders over 25, special arrangements can
be -lade.
On application at '" oval Gazette" Office.
ilaimilton, May 15th, 1-8-2.
:7- Arrangements for delivery to any )art
of the Island can also be made.

William James Heney,
Shipping and Commission Agent.,
Queen Sireet,
Prompt attention given to consi ments.
'"Auction Wednesdays and Fridays.


To the Printing Business.
Hamilton, June 10, 188,2.


Wanted Immediately,
Happy to
Hamilton, April 3, 188:2.

Bermuda Veterinary In-
fi rmary,
-'Jerice, i lamilton.
E. E!i)l Ml ERCER, D.V.S., Residence, liam-
ilion Parish.

\\ ill visit St. George's Professionally on I'ne.g-
ia s-fIllice at G. Spurling, l-sqr's.
\\ill visit Somerset on Fridays.
Heid ;t., Hamrilton,January 2, ls8,2.

( A.ALUMET CLUB" Smoking Mixture-
v- is very nice. Try it. H. A. Granth-
am, 46 and 47 Front Street.


is confidently recommended to the Public as
an unfailing remedly for wounds of every des-
-ription ; a certain remedy for ulierated l::r-
burns, scalds, bruis:-.s. ,lhilblain% scorbutic
eruptions, and pimllles 0o1 the face, sore ani
inflamed eyes, sore hiaads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely remove the f,:oul sell arising
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 13.l 1., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.,
and 22s. each ; and his
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best niedicinis for purifying
the blood aud assisting Nature in her opera-
Lions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxes at 134d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., I Is.
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEAC; & BARNICOTT,
Bridport. Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.
Coffttee drinkers -3hould r.-a..l the advertisement in
another column lheadledl ...,'i t .Cf,
-i M Ni l E L'. jq 01: E P I'U-
iVlE ,. Y
tonic and erer l:ii)-r adljunict to th Til-.I and
.a I, re\ iving ween tin n ulowvi-rlul ,li.inl-cit t.
For wa .rin climnatee 1t is i avalu-ible
R1MMF.1IE'S JOCKEY CLUB and other Ira.
gramnl Perl'umea.
giVt-e hlle hair a beautiful _;luos and inapais i:,n
agrei'able coolnes.s to the tn>ad.
Toilei Soaps in bars or cakes.
!O.E-LEAF and other TOILET PO\'DERS, in
hiixes, barrels and packet-s.
RiLM.MEL'S .AoUADENT'INE, cleans, whitens
snd preserves the teeth, refreslhes the mnounth, and
iweetens the breath.
turnal Air puriier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emaiaainons of the Pine
sand Eucalyptus Forests.
E. Iti y tFL, ['erfumer by appointment to it K
I P. Princess of \\ ales, 9i, Stiraid, London anl 17
onlevaird d Is Italien. P'ars..
Ma3 29, 1i77,

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

THIS wonderful discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sufferer to give scien-
tific attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acts by aid of the heat
and moisture of the body and evolve continuous
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
cuperative process established.
The Electro-3Magnetic Current, as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens the nervous system,
give force to the braia and digestive function, re-
store lost or impaired power of body or mind,
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness
i. ~ud age.
illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state the nature of the
-omplaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order Address :

10 ,"V. C'.--J U LY.188

,. 'idhe. j REMARKS.

g ri-. sets. ^

4 C1 5 77 3 19 10 4
5VWe5 7 7 3 IW I1 30
6 Th 5 7 7 .31 e 2 18
7 [Eri5 7 7 3,2 I 6 Eng. Mailvia Hli,
8 :,at5 9 7 323 I 54 [faxof22adult. dug.
9 15 9 7 324 2 425t, after, Trinity
10 ,;,o15 9 7 325 3 30
Last Qrtr. Moon, 7 day, 5 hour, 32 minutes f.M.
Tim. AFRAU',A HoVr.A G.LAZE'TKr is published
evcry Tuesdey by L)oNAL.k M'PuEE LEE,
r-ri:ifer tc the Queen', 'lost Excellent

North .'.*iest C anierol' Reid und Burnaby Stritae,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest totice.-Agents
St. Georges for the .Ro'al Ga=elle, Messrs.
GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End, Water

Hats, Hats, lHats.

One hundred different Styles,
lietier :n!i Cbhe.,per than any in Bernmiida.
Front Street
llamiltOn. June 12, 182.


Received via New York, from Lon-
don and on Sale at Royal Gazette" Depositary
A further supply of PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS.
First, Second, Third and Fourth READ-
COPY BOOKS. assorted numbers.
Hamilton, M.ay 30th, 1882.
CHILD'S Jewelry Store is Head Quarters
'1for Walthaia Watches in gold or silver

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

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission Mevl'eants.
IS Leadenhall Street,
Personal adention sriveu to Conlsignments of
Bermuda PItODUC K and the filling of Ber-
midiai orders.
-April :30. 1881.

Juttom Entries.
Agreements for Landlord and
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.

Dr, Bryan's Electric Belts.

IT l'-0 y

Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, July 4, 1882.


Pro(-eediwi.e! of the IHonorable Legilnative
Friday, :30h .Jne, 182I.-Pursuant to adjourn -
ment the House met.
Presetl-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,,
m' Eug>,nius Harvey,
'. Joseph I1. Harvey,
,' .lamps Tucker. Recr. Genl. and
Acig. Col. Secty.,
G;.S. Tucker.
A Resolve for paying to Mr. Win. .). Heney the
sum of 1 for certain services in the Post Office at.
Irel ]nd Island,
A Resolve providing the sum ot 70 for paying the
Wrlheis eml.',:.y.d] towlite up the arrears of unre-
corded Will- and Deedr in the Secretary's Office,"
A R11esolve voting the sum of X45i3 to meet the
claims of tIbe ;enOer-al Post Office against this Co-
lony fr-i ni-u-'F entrusted to the late Colonial Se-
crettar for rerittance but not remitted by him-
were bought up from the House of Assembly and
seveialiy read a frst time.
The Hor. E Harvey presented a Petition from
Wm. George Frith and others of the Parish of
Wr'rwick, praying that authority may be given to
the Board of Works to have a Road constructed
adjacent to the residences oi the Petitioners-for
the re-,sons stated.
The Hon. W\. H. Gosling presented a Peoition
from Messrs. J. T. Drrrell and J. A. Conyers,
praying for a refund of the Light Duties, amount-
ing to 21 13,4, paid by them as Agents for the
Italien Steamiship '" Peloro," which vessel lately
called here to have certain repairs i:ffected-for
various reasons set forth in the PetLiiou.
The Bill entitled An Act to continue the Act
settling a Salary on the Speaker of the A,'embly,"
was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
Tlne Hou. V. H. Gosling in the Chair.
Th" Commitiee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reportedd the Bill without amend-
Tbhe House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the
filling rf Vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices," was
read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The following amendments were proposed and
agreed to:-
Clause 2, line 3, after the words "in Bermuda
shall," strike out all the words dwn to the word
purpo.'," inclusive, on the Gth line.
To insert the following as the 3rd Claus'-, viiz.:-
]II. Provided always that before the Synod
shall present any person to the Bishop, or his Vicar
w,1 Comiais-ary. to fill any vacant Benefice or Liv-
ing, the Synod shall communicate in writing the
name of the person intended to be presented to the
Church Vestry of each of the Parishee composing
the Living, or if the Living shall consist of one
Parish only to the Church Vestry of Euch Parish,
through the respective Church Ves try Clerks; and
if within fourteen days after such communication
shall he made to such Cleik the Cihuich Vestry of
the Parish (,r of either of the Parishes, composing
the Living, being duly convened for that purpose,
after nt least four days notice, shall by a majority
Of the members present de eide to object to the pro-
posed presentation, and shall communicate such
obje. tion to "he Synod. such prEsentation shall not
be made; anud it copy of the Resoluhtion ad.lp:ed by
such Church Vespty cert:led under the hand of the
Chailimn of lth' Meting to be a ttue copy of the
Resolution adopted by a majority of the M-eting,
with his Ceitificate that such Meeting va-; duly
converted in thi manner required y ':his A!.et
shall : sufficient. evidence to the S no', or else,
where, c-f such oijection.
To inert the fcllowving as a 4th Clause, viz.;-
IV. The second Sectien of the "Act to continue
the Clergy Act. lS39," passed in ihe year 1877 is
lerebyv repealed.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chiraian reported the Bill with the amend-
ments, which wvere- ad.ept.er1 by the House;
And it was ordered that the Bill be returned to
the i'm-lS.e .i4 A.semldy with a Message r-questina,
theii concurrence in ihe sail amendments-the
same lt be deliveieitI by the Hou. James Tucker as
Mr. ',iealker and Gentlemern of he Hoiorable HIotse
of As,.embly :
I am directed by the L,-gislative Cu.,uncil to re-
turn to your llinouabl. !-Iuusc the Bill entitled
"An .\ct toi piuide for the filling of Vacant. Eccle-
sins. ical Benefices," and to requies (bte coue,.rrenca
of your Honor.ib!- Homie in e-rtlain aiacn.lmem'nts
which the ''cuncil de, m exlep.lieni to be made
thereto--a c-opy of which amivn.lmentI is delivered
Council CL.junber, "I
:';itb June, 1,'?82. f
A lj,.utin d tl l,.nday ncxt., th u, July, .I 1"3.m,

,lirdtyo. .3,.? J.'-l, I .2.-Persu-ntu to adjourn-
ment tne Hour,- met.
rT et,,- l-iis Honor Jo-iah Rees, Chief Justice,
'iT'hc l'onrt able Win. H. Gosling,
,. Eugenius Harvey,
.o-ieph H. Harvey,
S Jamn s Tunkter, Recr. Genl.,
G.S. "'Tucker.
'Ine Dill :.uti'iid A .'\ to continue the Act
rettliig 1a i:la0) on the ,-j'e..:er of the Ase-mbly,"
was read the third lime and passed, and ordered to
be lail lIefote iii? Excellency the Governor by the
HI.n J.ias' Tucker.
i'he .e-orlv. voiin:: ith: sum of 1i.5 to mee-t thbe
claims o! t'_e Gencia! P, it Office against tlhis Col-
oPy, ti.r mn .'1. onitus i? ;ij the lane Col,,riiai Se-
cletary for r-iuitl.ncec but not r *mnt.d by. him,
wrms r'a,. ihe. second time.
TLt: Hi-iusle ven-t into Commitltee ILereun.
Tce. Hou. W. H. Go:sling in the Chair.
She ,'Cormninitce rose.
'i'he Hf..u'e resumed.i.
The Chairmau Inpjrted the 1-s-lve without

T. .e Hoi-ue a0lptlel the Report.
rih R.esolvr, iprovilhirng the su :. of 70'f tor paying
thi- V'ritrs m.npl.oycd to write up Uit:- arrears ul un-
reconrdn F- 'i'i mitid DIe--ls in the Se-cretaiy's Office,
'was tj a ti'l sIn second tnme.
The ii,use tnl lnt Committee thereon.
The liHn. E. Harvey in the Chair.
'I he ('utnmittee rcse.
T'him our,' teeunmcd.
The reported the Resolve without
The i-onu e adoptei th,' Report.
Ttie finsolve for puying to Fredeiick Rees, M.i).,
thi- sutu o! f .35 1, being duty paid by himn on
cerunin Machinery imp_,rted horn New York f(or
S;.bing Stone, wis lead the second time.
TLe House wenei into CoimiiLtee thereon.
The Hon J. Hi. Hurvey iu the Chair.
1 t.e Commiltce rose.
'tie House Resumed.

The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
The Resolve for paving to Mr. Win. J. Heney
thlbsum of 4, for certain services in the Post
Office at. Ireland Islan'd, was r-id the second time.
The House wenl into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Goslin. in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The H nuse resumed.
'T'he Chairman reported thbe Resolve without
The House alopted ilte Rteport.
Ailiourned to Friday next, the? 7th instant, at
.-'.0, a.m.


Ainti o-if it /e Proc,'idqi,. of /hr: IHonoralc
H,.,,' o/f .l..iwbly.
.Voindq/, .f-,l/ .3. T'I'e Attorney General
moved for leave to introd'nc an Address to His
Exceil-'ncy the Governor aadt Commanler-in-Chief,
congratulating His Excellency on his safe arrival
in t.he.e Ielanidl--and the House on his motion
went into Cot'i'o .tee ti) )nsidler the same.
Mr. J. W. Peirman ia the Chair.
The House resumed.
'rTe Chairman reported the Address and it was
ad ipied and ordered to be engrossed.
Ordered, that a Message be sent to His Evellen-
cy theGovernor to request His ~Bec-llency to in-
foi m this House when it will he convenient to His
Exrelleucy to receive an address congratulating
him or. his arrival in thee Islands to assume the
Government thereof.
A Message from the Legislative Council :-
.11r. Speaker and ienatlemen of the Honorable House
of Assembly ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to re-
turn to your Honourable House the Bill entitled
" An Act to provide for the tilling of Vacant Eccle-
siastical 3Benefices," and to request the concurrence
of your Honourable House in certain amendments
which the councill deem expedient Ut ba made
ther-to-a copy of which amendments is delivered
Council Chamber,
:,2thJune, 18S2. J
''Tbe following Message from His Honor the Ad-
(No. 21.)
Colonel, R.E.,
Adi.idtii'r'izor aurl Coimialer-ti--Chief.
At the request of the Board of Education the
Administrator has the honor tolay before the Hon-
ourabli House of Assembly the accompanying ap-
plication from the Inspector of Schools for an in.
cremae of sitlary, the objeCL of such increase being
toenable him toexercise amoreefficient control over
the many Schools now established in these Islands,
than he is at presentable to do with the means at
bis disposal.
The Administra'or recommends this application
to the favourable consideration of the House.
l'.qolic Buillings, Hamilton, I
:30th June, 1882. J
Mr. W. J. Frith introduced a Bill to provide for
Ste :m Commuuication between these Islands and
Loudon in the Crop Seasroa of lS83-which wa,
rcad- a first time.
.Ir. Cooper from the Committee appointed to in-
spc't and report on the state of the Government
House, Mount Langton-preiented a report.
On motion of Mr. C. Peniaton the House went
inta Committee of the whole Hous? to consider the
Administrator's Message No. 17-with a Report
from the Board of Public Works.
Mr. .1. W. Pearman in theChair.
Mr. C. Peniston moved, that it be recommended
to the House, to make provision for the mainten-
atice an I repairs of Public Buil'lingm, Roads, and
other Publie Works, during the current year-
vwhich was agreed to.
The Roume resumed and adopted the Resolution
ol ihe Comuimittee.
Mr-. C. ['eniston intro-luced a Resolve providing
for iu' uniintti ance iand repairs of Public Build-
legs, Ac.-wlidhi w. eradl a fist time.
'Tlie [Iill pntitld ". An Act providing for the care
of Quaiantine iRuilliniz ou Nonsuch Island"-
was read a tiuid time and passed.
31r. Dlill gave n, hamt on the pmasing of the
Reolve by thi- Legisla' ure, to pay the amount due
the Imperial Post Offic-, caused by the defalcation
of the late Colonial Secretary, he will move the
foll'.>%ing M~.1seage to His Excellency the Gover-
uMay it Please You,- E-celency :
- Tr-. Hou-e of As-emjly respectfnlly deslres to
sublmi ta Your Ex,-ell.ncey the following details,
for itaneminwiou to, and for the con-ideration of,
the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the
1. O(. opening the present Session, His Hon.>r
the Admioistrator of the Govel nment called the at-
tention i the L-:g-ilatui e to the fact that certain
su'ns were due the hImperial Pust Ofice by this Col-
our, .'wing to the ile. Col.,nial Secretary having
maid default in rimitting money thereto : hose
mor-.vs bitviou be'n paid to him by the Colonuial
[-' hie ,luthorti.v I Secmion 44 of "' The Post Office
Regulation ct 1879.
2. His Hornor thereup.)on suggested to the Lpgis-
lature the ai-isab;lity of providing and remitting
with uespatcb to the Impe-ial Post Office the sums
so become due 1o it.
T'he Legil-ture having accordingly passed a Re-
s.i',v ..o .'ive etf:ct ti His Hon.ior's suggestion,
this lHo-le, wduld respect.lully bing to the notice
of Hils Lordlship that allthou:h Section -t of The
Pust Oftice '-egulation Act 1S79" does require cer-
liiln money in th. hands of the Colonial Post Ma'.
tei to I-n paid over t3 tbe Colonial Secretary for)
r.:niLtarnce, an.- dire the, by sanction its transfer
from the eun~tiJy rit an official who hbisgiven bondl
t., inil o '-n ..tiki.i! .vto has -,;ven none, ir, wai not
unn 'urally de-eLm-d by the Leislature that there
would be no ti-k ctl d.efahlei ,:-n tusmeiI ii.. y'K\h
p'ovision o the said Act, irnasmuch as the Col,-
imld .S cretaiy's p .sitio', -. au E x''t'iiive Officer,
is i nt-frior tr, noue in the Culony, exce-pt to h'at ol
H[Lei Majesty s Ret,.estnnative, aunJ a- l'Je late C.,I-
oriai ?Secret iuj', cjluaLi witi hi-. inedeceissorsin
tI otce, had been mppuiiutd .lir-ecly by ihe Colonial
I ffice.

Tue Housi ih'o i-reforr. a3 lice bhiv represen'-iu.t
ilb' Tax-L'ityersa utl ie I Ciony, aumnly cmra. thait
tii L)rd-r.ip will be tplea-ed to g;:ant such
relief in thli p:-mises as to -Hiis Lordship -uhll
sFtm trme.t.
I'he Pctition o! Jori;lh T. raireil and i aines A.
-onvyetr: ielatin i the r-fiun of c.:rain.i light dues
on itri ship l'../ e, wiws reid iund .'oMn ilted.
Mr. 'Tyiue in tht Jhair.
N r. Cioli.'r i0o0 c I.ia' ih- pi tLy'?r of th-*. L'e.i-
(i. n b '_ia.fle,'t w ',il- w.'.i 2:. -
Ayes 10i. N..ys 1-'.
'I 1,e hlowue restumedi.
A Message from His Exenieny ibe q:vernu:r -
N No. i.)
Lieuit na :it.-Genoeratl,
,.,tr no i, C,.,.t'nml, .I-.inC/ef.
The Govcraor has bthe honor to inform the liui-

ourable House of Assembly that he will be pleased
to receive their Address on Friday next, the 7th iu-
etant, at ono' o'clock.
Public Bvii!lins, Hamilton,
3rd July, 1882.
Adjourned to Friday next.

Orders for nett .Veting :
R.'ais'ration Arrears Bill, 2nd reaiine.
Vacant. Bsnefiees Bill. Council's pr.iposed amnnd--
Adilminitrator's NMessage No. 19.
Boird of Work4, Resolve.
N, t .li'etiag but one: -
.Ail-es- to Governor r'lihtig to defaleali.ns in
See' etary's Orffice.

T It,,.- .'E / ,.,,r ,t / th R.a t Go,:i, .
Sir,-PIle-.e allow im through the ,..jlaiimta. oft
yvoinr v lul.l,: ,.t,.r to- l rinx to pat li:- u,,ti,:: h,:,
.u iiprilrtaut (-'hur,.-li ueetinug was ,.ueedl iu thi.-
Parill, ,,1 th t n28th u lt
Oin the 2ith of June a noti, : wta-. p,:-,t'-. iu thr.'e
ilitffrent prt'-, of tlh:. prih, i4 .'-il by tit.:- Cliur.-
W ,ir,. u, _-4,fallinu-, at I111 n. in., ,u the 2Mth a. lu,.etiuv,-
*-f l-rn-. liiile to b..- taxed for Chur Ii l mpir-poe-,
t t -.i ..,u mid.:i a iiiiru it ni.-:tion fr ,,ut thr R ector."
No :th:. niiit i.- hiviu ,eh-,i riven th.- p.triLshliiueri
-v.-ryv few swxv th.- unti.:- p..-te.--a'nd I aln .jl1'
thit ,iuly niue pI rsous initit of a p'ipnulhiti'in, ot I,'';i;
Chiuri-ih o.f England, itteuded the me.:ti.n,.
aud trau-ated imiprt-)nt ,iiueis, ,..:,ue.ruiug th,:
Tixipav.-r- of that Clihurch.
The Chur:ih Act of 1866, N,:. 12, Clause XL.-
'" Auth..riz:-s Chur:It War.l.-us to) :o en. El..-tor-
I a Me:tiu-s--but ni uither,.
Ait No. .), 1'79P.-T., i..,utium,- aud a ueul thi.
alove A..t : Clai-..- 2 --" All reiptiun-4 of Pari-'h-
i:ut.s r~ li.ible t.): i.- r;-,.-.. -dI for 'hur-li purp:.-, -, uit
iith-rwise- provid- for iby their A.:t lh-:rel.- y r..utiio.'t
and iam-un.l-.d, .h.tll be ,n.iv.,uend Ly tthe
Chiurh '.-stly Clerk- unud,-r the inrtructious of the.
Chur.-h ,'e-strv."
By thi: :l.,(-e it is plain that th.' Chir-li. Wardlen
hal uo ri-ht to .::ill the nieting, I1ut the u,-otiur
liill ci iv.- ei-i.n ,all-.d by the Vestry Clerk iudui-r
iustrt tiou- fri.Im the Chiur.-h Vestry, r-on-iticquntly
tie 'lr, tinr was ill-gil, aud 'ill htiiiuei-sA trausaited
at it.
I w:i- told y.:-st-'r.:y byV .:.upe ,of the Churc:h
W.irdt'n..that thl-y h idv received a omimuni-.ition
triu, i u inifluuiti-tl g,.-ntletiu i of the.- Parish, in-
torminu th..-i thit th'-ir notion wai not r,.,:urliin.]
to law, -Ir i ustoin ,:f the p' irish, and ask.-d for it t.i
.-e reui.edied. If -.oi:ii'thiii- i, unot i0one liy the
Chtu-ch \ar'.ens I hope th': pirihiion,-rs liable to
bie taxed, will at i-.nuiee Ill a lueetiug throwuth tihe
right c-1.nnel, and ian.u.el all that dl.,ue, at the
unlawfully called i -.-.tinuj- i.t the: 2jth ult., f:-vr it
ha.- i:omue to it unw that wi di, nI:thing riIht r:e-
.p,. rting Chliuict iu.itters.
I aum tlild tine Re-.tor'- certifiat-- f-.,r the pay-
ieut :,f lii ry frotiu tlhe Public Ch1:-t, is never
signed uil \ try, ut in mautitu out byV thi: Ve:stiry
C(ll rk, niud ,enut by him to the dwelling hiiouses of .1
inajority o.:f the 'Chure-h Vestrvy and there siLunI..
Ou:- gentl.tnauu, a rneiuber of the Vetry, told ii:-
a short time a-e, that he had ni:t signc-d the R,:e-
tor's c.,-rti,:.itte for tmirn ttiri:, 1.,ecaiuie he had re-
fusied to i-u it it t nlyu Vestry-and a majority ,f
thle Vi:,ttry liha refused t. In-eiet for that purpose,
and inu-trui.ted the Clerk toi s-.nd thet:.rtifi ,-,ate t.i
thle-ir hiius-. Sur-ely this is not right, and I think
tlho auth..irities who Ihave tb, pay the liin-ey iltouldH
satti-fy theiiiselvis th t the ..ertitica.te ha.- beeun l..-
g-lly exeeuteol.
Apologizing- for iutruliug oun your space,
'Saudy- Parih, 14t July, 1S2.

A- C('o..Py e. '- (" C- oi.Nr, R. I. RIEL:E.
Th.-.:- two t.-, iriit nit it Pr.:Ap-p.-t, in W\V.lni.-.dny
21st in-tm:ut [h'ri w:.--thi:r b iun, tnu- aul thi..
ir.,lund in ..v.: order, w .auti. ip.tti.d a liu- att,:r-
u':,o' :ull aniii-eiui.-nt, bimt th.:- eu>n r.,ti,.- ti-liun ,:,f
" C," i.: '%,hort wiirk ..f it for A." Paler-r
field'-d vi:"y wi: l f ir- the l.att:-r, whil,-: Lt m.,e S,:rct.
CuauiuL'h imi andl Buler Fliun made a icoupl.- .if
-pleud-.d :.-t'.h: eaI:i f.r C'," whi.:-h toll ,. usi'l-
er.dAly iu favour. Ltine.- (C.i.rl. St-v.tirt andu
Pt:-. Sinip-iu I ov. 1-.1 v.11 for C," a- dit Lid-i.r
fir A, Li-al hol for A," L y r "A" but
s,:-.:r to be i.ut :tf f..rmi, a-, we h.tave m-ecu him to
le-tt.-r iiv tut.L'e. Th.i are th. : e.,,r'-:-
1 A" ComrtA"yi'.
1 t I,..,,,,q,. ,2,,,; .. ,',.^>.
Pt... Luiher r. Bradll,-y /.. Simp-i
-inu 4 uot, ':u 1,
McCarl,-y /.. 'Ste',-irt i' /A. Simip-,un 2
Palmer .. Fliun Ah. St.-wart 2 .. Ciiuninhami
/'. Shni ,..ou 1.1
SLlnd- y .. Munn /i.. Siinp-
-on 3 rnu out t ,. St-w-
art 11
Wri-lit 1. Ste\-wart 0 /. and SiUtlp-
":,n 2
Enu-,li-r Blirnun 7'. Si.inpsou :'
1'. Sil lmpson 1.1
Pte. Irwin .. Dalyv /1. % silp.sonII /.. aud ". Stew-
art I
Duiune .. Flynu .. Simip-:nu ii .. Simps.on .;
R i'-d.l:r C i it i'.iu .'". Sr..-w\art 1 -'ii -.iu I
St.:wart i
P ,.. Riu-..,..1 A. Si-1,., iu 2 .. D .l,:y /.
.'Siinui- i l' l,..:r P ,, h, .y .t it r,, 'ii.. S r -\Vi r'[ -

T,,tul 2. Tutal 2S5

1,/ L ., ,.,.. 2 i 1 ,.,. *,.

Pt,. Dr.g.ll.y i. Linud-l-y -

'ni-.'" Pil i .:r /,. Li ,d-

I, m.-.. Sertt. ('nuuiin uiP i i ..
;ndll /* Luhrxr .'t
Pt.-. Sitip-,:iu ,'. M.:Curl-.y y.
Lin--id:-y 2
L mn.:. C..,irpl. :.iv ai't Linld-,:. n .,t i'
*" D .il..v Liu.l-.:v
,'.. Lni-h.-r m
Pt.- M .I.ut .,' nt !V A. Lu..h,-L' in.,' ..i'n
S .S- .', thi.w ui t it C n.'. i-
.i...u A .'. L- .i-r !
nuinni '.. Ln- -lr 1
BnLi.-r Flyiini P- b..:y ,-
Pt.. i-,:u'u, ,." fut i t
Ext .,.. Ex

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w .-k. t-.

A i{f.vyV PL ..- T..) a. C I.' ,. va.i,---I V.N., Juln- 22.
-- Y. I,.ril Ly,' ., run..i th p i ;,'i i ,--ted C iuon
IL .,n i .r.1, i B- i i ,hr.ii d. ftrai d. .1 ;v itl.-

From the United States aud Europe.

The Mail Sf.taim.:r Orino-,o", Captain Fraser,
arrived at hetr wharf in thi- Town at uoou of
Sunday, after i, beautiful run it t'f > hourt, having
le-ft New York at 7 p.ii. ,if Thiurdlay.
We are iu..l.-bt-.1 to C.ipt:tin F-raiser, Mjr. Purtrer
Dupont, and' Mfr. Greeu. p.ts-enL.-r, for New York
paper of t.- ,v miu.D .f Thurs, ay.

.Jitian- 2'. -L iri-., uumi..--r-, if marines wont front
Chatih.u tI Portsmouth thi- moruiun for enil..irka-
tiouo in th- Or:oit,:-s, whi, h i ils f.,r E.ypt .a Fri-
day. The troip a:t D.I'.i, D.-:,I :mil ..thr-r pl.iae-.
It ive had 'd. rto. ,l tl thtu.:tnuilv- in rid liu-s to
-:-.milrk :it : iimoun:-nut' nti, c-. rt is stated on rlli-
all mi]ith,:,ritvy itht 2),ii2,1I muien i..t nil :irim-i have
bh:-eu : t, d f.:r E-p-npti u I -ervi-.e.
Ti :. C.,u-t i .pl,.S :,rr. ...!r .ut .:f t r S -.
.T. l,..-' 1/4-tt.." le ,'lt fr.., i ,I priv.,t, ,illI tr .-it-
w.rrhy -.ur.,.-, thl it D.-rti.-.I P,.wIh, f,,ll.:w\vin. iu-
strIuti.u- trim the- Sult i. iinil.l Ar,.lii rehitiv-,
t, th r,... : i ,u I-; -iv ,W .l)p r-,..1 t'. i'v,- a Tirki-hli
iaiLit.ti .;' f:c it" it wv.I' --.ut t.. E:rypt. A rIl.i r-. -
llii.ei ti lt i t111 l.r th,.. In t i i u t.iu ,..':- Ilie. m ustt
d,:.cliune ti, :..:.-iv- .,y i i f.- .
It i\:-.lI th t itnii is I f,-\.:.r of Turkry
d.:iit.-lhiu_. a tbir-.- i.L EyLpt, a.ul tlt it this fir.--
Il t l ,v s t iS e ,L .i i ,i 1 ,l O .uf,-I..u .: .e .
A.4 ri/ '.s DJtei. -.i, -t.-i- [ B.-rliu i wr. ,;pou.l mit
:f the-- Ev-'-inm i- N:-' iy-, th-it the- un.ew re:e i-
vr-l their- tr.:iu Ahl:x tudrit- la-.--- it liy-iu.l dii-uIt
th.t. A.rabi i- eultin4' Be-.,l-iiu v..luite'.:rs u a
vetry l r.e i ..i- anil h li, -ieit lani pat.kages it:
dynittit ti: th:i- Iuk-. of ti.: Sui..: C i1 C '.
LoNrON, June 27.-It is -tated that Genueral Siir
Evrlyu \VWod h is i-,:.--u ir.l:-r. to 1::e ready to pro-
:ceed:d to E yl.t. Tir- ** Time-," in in ,,
..i :--" In v oi:.. '.f intf .:rm ti.,ia w.' have re>:eiv.. -
tr,.III v.trious Iji uirt-t- we i il'.:,t .l.iiubt that lp'rpl -
r.itit-i.- fir tli, l. tecI:tionu i:,f thie Suez ( n'u-t .Ir.--
iiat.mtui' in a :..-n-ii.l-ril.l s: Ile. W\.' I rtisn:,u
t.. Ieliev.- that th.' F;ir-t A.l'iy Crp,.id a )uid-
eral: part .,f ti-he 'e'. -'d .r,:- nt full strtenzth : anu
-h,:il.l it I.:- .u::-, ir- m t:ir .-ik,:I uddeu blow,
t v. r.:- wtul, I, n:i ,litti.: lty iln -.ipat:.hun., 2i, 0to)
nit-ii ti E,-ypt iin :I f, d. y.'" E-ypiti.tin unmtifi.-d
-to,-k li,- fi'll.-i. fifteeu per i-ent sin. .- the last.
Stt,..-k Exr .hu'.- -. ttlei-ntt. A, h from
Sitil:i ill- thi: r.-port thi t the:- go.veruiinat is
,:omnuinail-e.tiu- with Iludi in r,:-"ard to the le-,-
pat.-h of Inu.i.t!. tr-:p-. to EVypt. In thei- Hc% iu: ofu
Ci]ui'..iu-- thi- atft.:-it Lo-i l. ria iin.. riiurii: i piil..i-l.h-il
to-dIay if i:tt-.iipt iu tii: ln.-~11t at Ah-xaudrii wert:-
ftirnilly SirC'hari s Dilke, Under Foreign
Ser,-t.tiry, t it-.1 h: ...ul.l i..t answerr anny
uii-smi':,u, ': :.- ruin u ill,-.;.:.1 w ir!ik i.- pli'.-li, ir'itiuns
l.y Fraice.
The's.." di-pat':h fr-.m Al,-xaudria
-isy.s it i, r,' that Fr.m,' will --:.p.: , with
Eu-rd u.- in tri-.1 init--rvutii..u it su-:h iutv.-r,:-uti.u
I,, deternuiuni.. i.-i. If i-...-.r" Feinm..:- will -v-ud
m111,)00) imen.
MALTA., .1tu,:':.u- ar'- iLu-kiun- f,.,r
the iiilm. ik iti.!ti ,,t tri,-pl iu thie n-V.itt ,.,f nu:.-.i-sity.
(Gr.rI.ALTAr:, .Jilu'e 2th.-T'he- Britili squiad.lrou,
,..,untia,.ld. 1.y thI. Duke. ..f Edinullghi, icoutistiung
'oif ei:it !, lia- a ti-riv-,l hl.-rc truDit t':,
West. Th\\ t.r,.:. .l. ,-:pot -Lip HI...11 arriv-l hi-t.-
t,-,l.iy aud pr.:,.:l.: .-l-l ,..-tward..
PAtl, iJuun.- 2'.-'Th J:iirnadl D,
~<'a -: t" Ore.-t Drittu i- right in il.-~'riu.' t,.' acI.
alouc in E.-'ypt. \.": hrily l:.eli-ev that Frau.i..-
will atti-,rt' h.r u.' a--i-t i.: T. The ,:.,ntr,:l of ti.h-
Sie:-z Ci:! ,i-l.:ii-- -b.y rihlit t., Euc-lm1i atudl will
-l:,u-n-' ti. C de .tC!o. It i-. f.-'i I:-r que-.ti.., ,f
liftO Ir .. th."
LONDON., Juue _'3.-T!,e ''s AlX.' tInirinu'
eorrerponIdlit. telegraph' that lie i- infuriuedJ tu
the best authitiritv that if Fm-lI:e amnd Euml.ind iu-
terffer.-:.,ively in E-ryptian at.dirs Arai.,i
will 1.bluv upl t:h Su-e L'Can:il, c:ut the tiilway t,
C.,iro au.1d .pp... i,.- I udiu.y oi f tuitopeal tL:'-jop- iu
AI '.K itL.U Iia. If b--i::t-II IIe ill r.tiri ti tit.: D -- er-t,
where h:. i,- .prtumiii.- tht- .apl:iort f ti0mI ikI.loni-
in-, p ut i'ium... i ,hlim. The Eryptiiu
Miuitry are pr.- paired to.i nainI tiei r ab .jvn oin
p rti .,ti.- -r.:>iuuls.

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,'.. ,.. ... [ ,,' I .i //. ', / .
L :.NI.:... .T'lu 2.J.- T'.- P..'.:: di ..v fifty
nr:-iu ,lrillin.-- in Kilbur,., Cuiinty R,:-' inmi.iin. ,:lhti
i:,t whmli t',y -,,..:d.l inu .iitrini-t. Thr,-,: of th.
tirik,- u r ',.r v : r, ...- ani-- .1, re .-- I.-:d -isp. .:t-..
Tt:- H.:.n.-. ,tf ,' iti ti.u t-I-.l iv -pent thi. wller.
.tft.-rn.., mu .l'ii-'. n -ih 4n' vari, ai ii-n-uL i' ut- t,.,i (liu-
12, itrvn-.1 lY Irhilih ,p-ini,,:-r-. .l'ir.,'litiu that .au h. ftin'Li-l- wi ,i ...IpV t tih:- -w,.ri inti.:. -
llal.i,.u iu .:-n.l! I', 'h,. '.'f v hiillh h, i, to: 16 ,. :x ,:ll,.,Il
i'u- hliili .! nl .t '.' l ,. ,tt e *,- u.i.lit tIh-- K ino .l,i
:i l i1n u i'... l t.m r.- .Ir. t i., ., -ti .i i m .-. it t ; .
nth. .rit i" 'it :St -at f r iuui-t ,-.< o,>tl-i..u. Th,-
.il ii. -l in -ut- i* n..-' .,tl 1,y ti i, -. an- rui t i.l
- r. w. _l..,hr .,i-,1ll a iti,.:,. i*t ,li\V -- b i. '_ t k .. ,.
R i. t 1 [..u. ...,L- I Pri l it ,. i: ".- ....h :ii,.t- tl it
thf L.u-li ti,. ,,f h l w i- u ,l.- 1 r,:;tly w,,.,-
iy thl:. n ,- ,':,iptlt .u- raise,1d in A mi,.-rih.. aud l:,y th,.,se
i -r-,,us wIt,, .....l fr...[l A m ..l_ .,i t L,:trtiipat,:" in
e.n:i-1ir. i:'. H-.- did not h--itt.t: t,.i th. thI.,ec
.u!.ij.. t ..t' th i -.. v -!, h ,1 t-.k i p.irt iu itht-
('It.1-..' ut .,u w i'e tr itl r- t,: ti.. ir',.iW U.
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T ih im-i' H:l -.i'i -;..t ir.n i ,f t, L .n l
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. ,l.l' i _.. i i n. i -, tl i I I ;, th .. i. ,u tp ...f
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l-in:, r. vi .. L wri V .it:;, r.n d ot'-,.rs.

'In-: i.['. i ,i ". n i- 7.::"."".i .ad gn.n..uity
t'u t. I ,." ,i v. ,i. i h .a.h i'lv h,.-u .,- l.' il.-d .
i '- r .... nt. if il .. e.t w ill be
i' i., L i-i i m 'u .r I- t,, i'n,. i ,hi. Iurtais. -' mi :'ir
I ,t '.i ; .{'i. f i- tI.,: l y w ill
I mit-' i.','' i t ., rn iiJ li n -o t -..t fat' i o, i .a l tt
I m1-, ,t "' i.:. t." iin_ o vm--r a: .h,..,: of
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....i tr'nt,.". Beiu n I w..m ab,.ui' to -Ilem -rk l, Srt. e i t i t.-].t military order, -iug-
TI i.,in.A. Ait ,.xAUMiL rti-.U ut hi trim ul;,I u .. d a uilnl- ) I ,ir- ,.,i -.r l atiuL -h. I Nrie.:-i. T iey
I-r ot p .k'tb iu in ... ,-- 1...*f.,r the IH !- i. -m. r-.,t.l.'i-.- i
i jtu, t' usul. r vea.-:lel bill- ,.f r .-' iar,:,es u.d .udTl,: fi. ir. ,.iri-l .
If',it:d St.a., s :,. u a l lank n,-te i .u.)tintitn l iu C, n i".l.- .t t .: :. -,. ,ii. i i .t t.nri- frSatur-
v.-lu t., I,"i,.) ftrEuc-. n k-y-.- wer., :rio d .- i t i .-i. l., t r i -mn I. i. i iuni
t.,auil, Ippirei.tly l.,_in, to lix.m.- ,.-.p- .it.- i sn r. p J i .A!,.S E t 'l" n.- h t,, i-f, r : inthe
various banks. pir. .. w.U E S t- x-.i,.. all the

'rTe, French r amt C!-'- r ailI froi N I-)tr N, Jat,- 21..-%A tuu h ,.u arrtt-it 1 at
port, R. I. tor lmIN % x, ,ita Sot& i, oa thin nften- D lt.init'lay, U:Ilitty ('ork, t *un -'i,,iom of btWing
u oJU cuf Tht r-,ay;y niat.Id t. in'.hive" ,it tlhe -at wlii,:h ,:ouveycd the a-Qfiasits

of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Undcr.S -r.tary
Burke to Phoenix Park.
Ire'ad-~T-nmr,he -.': r'e of A.z.i-
DITuLEs, June 21.-It is -titel t it. an l.xt',;-ivo
seizure of arms and ammunition has beau mtii in
James street, in a low pirt oft the city.
Mr. Quinu, late secretary of t',- Lind La:igue,
lihs bhen released from Kiliniiuha .i Jail.
The aminunition -eized in Clerkenwell on Sa.utr-
day has been exiniuj-1. It onsists of 10,000)
rounds of cartridges, soine of wvji.'i are of Govern-
wuent manufit'a.ture.
LorNot, Juue 2"2.--Iu the Hlouae of Corrnmmou,
Sir Charle-z Dilke, r.plyino to an inquiry by Baron
De Worinm. !ill he believed there were still
Amerieau citizu.m iinprisoued in Irelind.
The Houe .oif Cjmm nir in m*imn tte. %this eveli-
in is, 'ehumeJ the iousi of the R pression
bill, tiakiug up e!'au.a 12. whih for the
appli, action of the Aliu-n at to alinas in Irel i].
M r. G.. 0. T.evelyau, Chief Se..ret.ary for Ireland
islid the object of the clause was to enable the
(Gor'um-eur to iet 'it th'i1e who wre blivel to
be at the b',ttori of m,)i.t of the crime,-M c-mmitted
iu Irelaund. He 'dlde-l that the G'vernment knew
Stit nubel if the in.)3t ir io;erous ehr..-ters in
Irilaul were alien-,.
AIfr. Moira-in Lloyd, Liberal moved an amend-
meut t.o apply the A.lien :i:-t to th.e whole .United
Kiugd)om. Thi. wauagir?.ed to)-22S to 5Il.
TaE CONFEPEncr..-LONDON, .June 2. -The cor-
respondeut of the Tiins at Vieuni siys th.- pros-
peets of aun'eent. being romne to b.'tween the
C)ufer-nce au.] the Porte are more promising.
A s.emi-oti.:-iil disiptcih fron C.i tntuinuop!. an-
nounces that ue-rotiation,- ee pro .li'i to inluce
Turkey to take part in the delib ri.ions of the
C,'nferen,;e. Another ,_,orrei|iondent at (Conta.uti-
nople :isa it ib report,'1 thit Lord Daflfrina, the
Britisih "Ambis.idor, i b-en iuntrr:i.tei tt. ask
thle a-ent of the P r f: it-'i p jt'.,ti.a for
the Suez Canal.
Lixu)s, Juun:e 27.-Sir Williaim H.aro.)urt. Home
Secretary, on a,:ouut of the importance of the cae,
ordered that the examination of Thomas Walsh.
who was arrested in conne-etion with the seizure of
arms at Clerk.nwellree.atly, l.o removed to the Bow
Street Poli.:e Court, whii:.h thi_ morning was guard-
ed by an extra fi.,,',>f c.:ourtables -,u inW.'ount of tha
receipt of threatening letter The Treasury asked
thit Wallh be ,c.nnomitted for trial at the Central
Criminal court 'in a charg-e of treason-felony.
Mr. Powland, inu ip-:uing the I**i--, ,i he would
be able to show that W'als.h had bee sendingu arms
to Ireland for many years, but he would confine
the charges to what had occurred since the passage
of the Peace Preservation act. Mr. Powland stated
that he would show that there was a conspiracy
between Walsh and othi-r persons to send arms to
hreland. Walsh was reman,,d until M'onday.
The D.,i !,t Xr says an examination of the
weapons left, the murder; oft Mr. dourke
and the trooper Wallace, near Arklrehan, Ireland
-hows that. they hber the s'irae privit? mark as are
borue by the rifles seized at Cl.-rkenwell.
Incileis i i 14. Irld A.ji,-i.ioa.
Lo')noN, June 2.-A ,.-artakur name Cahill
his been -hot deid at Tralee. An attempt was
ma-le to murder him on the 1.3th iuitr lAt, when five
--hot- were fir,:-ed at hi,. It is evident, that the
murder was committed by a party iof men. The
body containrl1 many wounds especially on the
bL east.
Lord Spe-cer. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, reply-
ing to in address preseuted by Irish Presbyterians,
slid th-it hopeful sigus of returning confidence
wet.:- .howinu themselves among th.,e ciune t-u d
with the interest-if Irelaud.
Phe Irish Members of Parliimnent .:.eraiael
Mfr. Paruell at a binquet this evening. Justin
M.Ca-trthy preidid. The he ilth of Mr. Parnell was
to l +1, ',di -.p clihes .aere m diie ni his honor.
Fre~./, url s ian re.',r,,d-- 7'e. llet M.,,rere,.-
LOVDON:, June 2-4-3-31) r.Mt.-Lord Clauri.-arde was
nu)t mutrd red, a- first r.ip.rre.l, I.,tt hi A. 'enut
Mr. Blake-, and hi- steward, Are. Keene,were killed.
No.t ari-at h ive b'-en made.

7 .. E .I I..,* n,/ {; /....* C.!:,-!'.
-DEar Mr. LEu.-I liv>, I..:n ifi:riua.-id thatat a
,: tiuh _he:-l.l :it th.) 3r.:. l nui:s' H9ll venin'mg,
i 11le remil iu-_ four ,.t th.- S. .l'..,in itte,- r,-iqu.d,
ni.l in .-i- ri-.i,.--tl-d the S.-":rtet'rv t. hand all
d.i iuentsn t.-uneut.:.l with th,- S. S. m,:-n .:.v.-r to
the proje, tr. D.:.lth..t l I.-: iu l-f.-iti..ile \V. O.
i-. ill a inu s.i.:.i h in v.- hi-- .er eti.: p.owers in full
working nd,. r.r aun th., P...,pl:-'T .St.:auier will ,?e-
*.iie [pt.)..-.rly iiiauu:nn- --iml. ,iu l.- full pr,--sure,

:-.l l..y I ou. -l,, n..i I fee..:l ..:.tid,.n t that -.very that ht i?; -p.irk .:,f l,.ve t hi, .:...,,tury will
hl Ip t,: 1 ,iip-It ht.r. It will 1.,,- I~ looi day for
:,iur ..-:.lutry if we i0lliw this hip to b.elt-f,-,t r anut
.-.f **I:LId ru th r,.tu lnt. I think uar Pr..jectr has
l-ft u,.. s-t..L- intiiril-.l in hl- .intI t .' i:. rry this f:r .- it I-. 'vne. N'-..w h-.:.i:m.-is for-
w.ard anul tiunle-rs hlis r. si4!ruti., with the other
(-'., initt:,. tu !til..]w 0 un-w Co(.,W1,tittt'-e t)o c,', e in ut')
ofti.e inud i 1 to) carry ,..ut w.:rk. I have
i-aru t.:l th it .h will -till I-:.-.u i-ul t.. r.:u..1- r anuy
i-i-t iu.i:- he ciun '_ivr.
STE M3f.
July 1, 1582.



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