Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00084
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIA. Thiisupply of fivizh wattir wit-, of the titnjo.,t ini-
porinuce when runre t1lau t1V,:0tv thous.ind is J& j i-sh. ny 1*..-q 'S (I. lee
Deaciipliua .t trl!- rtuei-its 'erfqfa,; fli.?Iorij. ers were empl.--yed. in theetrinz-trui'lioa UZ tilt, C11.1.11.
The city of Alf-xnnai ia was founded by A It- _Iju. anti i,4 still a necP6,?-.iry oflife for the tvwns ui Purt THE
der the Great in 2,22 B C. It was beritdifuil', i.nd lquail;j and Slie;!, .1-4 wel I as for ill,) en ziu- i A ll 111 IT (311 is, 1 To TO BE SOLD ale Legislar,.ii,- ot Pi-rinitil duriti
regularly laid out"and in the beiglit. of it prosper- eelin- r4au xibi..-h keep-z the eanal in rvpjivand for present Sesgiou.
ity comprehended a circumfertove of fiftceu juilej tLQ convetiieuv% or thtf Iiijipiaw. c.,uidclin-- that a i !, 62,
1 0 1 c r, I'B Pub I ic Atiction I
rind contained 100,060 tree iullabitont-i and aq nini, of drinking water from Wei .4 an baobtain 0 -t to aw -kid tlj.:- B.-i
t;lavez. The r-ity lic..; Iow aiji tite Ippl.c.,Iclj fl..),' e.1 at tint? (it, two places only. t M E FEILAk A I C H !Rri i TABLE o;
U I'L 11111 Eng-la-Lid. w Ito at first opposed the construction of 1411
tha 5rediterrane:113 i-; the I.f.vCr,& I'l pic. I J I I f e I d, I I,, A t,:
Put few remaiDq of flic aneieut city, whic-li the eal).d. ha.;i Ance become fully alive to 'is politi. No. An t-in'
-I it?. ol-IMI-litC thf, idal-ld cal rind -_,omwervial value us the horte.;t louto to N M CK TV U 1 0 U s
on the westein mainh.u.1 L4ic.) _"E
of Pharoti, ,inve eonwi-ted into a jlellio--uli tire IDLI in, the d istance between. Bombay a u-I Loijdou hitl.;rid 1:0WINItill'; IhAr Tw-flil I -t';rd X-lid'. r-
Ili tit- Tt.own ol Hamilton.
now extant : its e.iteut from ea..t to we,4t tu having been reditced-compared with the route Od Ox v;.
bave been four viihe! traver,,;eti by two Iquj round the Cape-by about 5eveu thouLand mil('q. At 12 1,ji-:. No. j.-- Ali Act ior Ijiiiit:z -j
sliteets, C-114.11 100 fct-t wide. The Catacombs, the, Tilt, numbev of vciisels. tile greateA part English. First day of A tio-lust, iport- -.f
public cisterns aud the column trected 'lit horior of rose from 1.477 in 1,,j7-J to 2,7,-,-. in P)sl. Lit i Il. _. -1 'le 1;Ill
Diocletian, which i: cullEd Putiapey's Pillar, wit), 1 therefore a inatter of grave anxiety whether the In llembrokv. Hel lslzjoi, q fq
I Th(. d-ty oi AngaNt, 7j-)%v next --ns it' -r I i it :ll Ill P4 to 11. a or t,
sonte portioLs of the Roman eity W &afety of the passag-e r.-Lin be dEpend,:d upou in it 14" i it
all, still remain 'I'll, Nlentbens arp rrqueited I.) I eI -.I, I Il e lit i- ;0%vA-Ik1_UljIt t
to atte.-t the traditioll, of elatsical antillultN.. 1 crkk like the present vue. ODD FELI.Ows' HALL, It b hJU. pun( tu.dly, Cll',r "1"! 1-9 1',, 11 it E-
Alexandlia, owed its wea Ith and prospetit I if,(. thence to prouteed in order to -.I. jolul's Church
confoilinaiion of the _,eahore. with the oliciter at- CLAUSTONE'S HEART. v.1jere there ivill be c! w'Aio-izo PE,.V1Srrj:." 1,!.
forded by the iiiall Pllaro, Llet, plovidilla, iI el-,11111- U No. Ali Act to contiv,'ji.- th:
Soon after Mr. Gladatone's- wonderful campaign and a 8ernion preached by Lite 1--ivd. ximli J.k I t T:,7 SMITH,
mir4ious harbur, enllr-d iby the Oieekt, Euavtu!,, t n .1u 1; 1 r y
in Scotland, and juist when Her Majtm.y Lad Called Jamemi. Hector. I I X
with good auchoialge in leep water, on tile wetiiru him to be Prime Minister of tile Lation, he found The tillderfilt'litiolled Pkeal Propert.N
bble. The eattrLu barl-or, though it ;,, called the There will lit. a Co:lk-ciion during 11jo 'Zeivlce,. 'Ili toice to -31st
time to .,eek out a poor, acred man, who u.;ed to
Nen Harbo!-, ba.q been little utea, beingr eXI.C.4led to `i
I earn I:i-3 bread by sweepin-, tile Ptiioni ill chai-Irt? (if llviee:. Carpit,e,., it LL f1to RIGFTr, TITLE and INTEREST
the noith wint1s, much (1,-rq,d with sal No. I, Ali Act to :ollt;wtP I! f- Act T'i
inc, a foul anti rocij brittont. rhesa two liacbm -i i ijear the Houst.. of Commons, anti who had bZn Cri'ri`r, &.c., ire part jell' 1011lit-S10- YOT TO of tbe -mid Jabe,- Smith in anil to onettri- th, ullitcl, I ,
I, I I .. ., i, 1:. ilivided tenth-part (-,-I' all that Certain Pat, t0f If
are separatcd uliqI,-d irclaild..; placc, by the keen ey,:.- .if the flr,t. P.i;.:i i ti ii the iiaw I,! Buildiiias :,.I NTI-IIIST11:11 1 je-.j. J."
I tiler of the land undve iho Queen, abd vi,4ted n-;th By of ler of ithe aLTUAC.r (jF LANI.,, calle-1 No 1211. Atuate in 111 f4 I 1%,v 1,; .;t
M av, or 'allifl-All ;7tl.Ll'I1.s, 1`111,11%,- to 1 -
tbe*mairjl:,Tjd of EWvrt. Tb 6, 1 rae t Clfla Ll .1, 11,, %V so iilu-Ij beriefit that when the uilyniis-ionar.-, I_ ill- that 1.7trt of -t. G,..orge. eallud Tuckt- -I-'-; Town 0. -1 'It Avt to provide. Ko the fillil
ell, be found the vid wau'-i room Lit, .1 .--,)Lnf,-ji I, J 0 "N -4111,till rig, si% awreN?, 3' roud 'aiic 17
evor, viii [lie ninin, w 4. f no great width, Ivi b .......
I ric" U by wedical nui,,inq, ell? awl a!o that
twteu Lake to the west, and tlp BAN uf f:,L. le,.j bcmn.1.7-d th. (-ill I It f 01,0C.
I tile eveniwz of tb,.. old pilgliair, days bad be,.,n .1111V
Abottkir, va,,tword; while the Callopi- Lll(--)Utli of 1:` W
j tirla-le brighter than. Li- morrAti-, Ily ILI! UlLht-l' lUtilds for lilillo, lial-t ut L..,'c 2, lit:#
iLe Nile i- to III,, loutrueu irAlts di-taLt. 0 1 ---. __-.______..._ ___ ___ 1 or lately bi ]d 1,37 Bv Hi. Ex-]-lic-ney's Command,
J of Guil oil Ili, --")Ul 0111-11011 Mu.In" Of the livill, Ill,: h-il.; ol acsloni ol
There i, a with il.t. Nile -,y tilt: MkIlij- 0 I f "aiiiii-I Troir, ; I'Q/, bY Land.-3 ("AVENDISH BOYLI
moudieh e;inal, exter:,J: Irom, Alexandria t..) 1 W01 d, Of a-z re.,jd to i1iii-a 1-y ',%It-. Gla&twje. Co iii e Ojw, Com e 11 -1 o w c Lib: y z 1 In devi c q
Fourth. a di4mio, (.if turt In tbc. New YW k Tillitlia? i.-f Clet-ibri- i l1il wai t ji -I.v 11 .1 _- tier rs o t s -.e- o, Secri
y-cight Illilt..I. The di,. 1,11
Iv CHiro i* ibout Itiue builidled aud thirty hal, puLli-,hed an extract hoin :I L-udou littvr stalin'. I-) tilt, (-,'rand L-:)ver's
I. oil MI. i-Andst(AIP's ;11 walts thre Mad fltnjaljlifl .51'
by ivilway. but it. j a j0UrIIeV Of fiVC, 0 P-l; go I, .- po )r liarweluall, P. woml f tile hunitiltr cla.-7!, zi h, 0 1
The al.eieiit is done extren.ity I I I n 1 IJ iL I've I Lilt. M11.1 I 1 1'.% t
enruill'g her l!ViLlr (I.V CI'IV'q W011. A POOL' SH;(I tlaut No. 1-21, ind IF, 4ilq. I)N 1,111d llow-
zil-ld tfjt It 0.,
of Wflull -w-)ulau had an unridy zou. He hall -ititgit-wit tier jr
other. Rltd:ve's itt' ..I' 1,00IN' 02 th- d,-Vi,3ee.15 ot Bienijawin D*vhin- ard
Tht. ee cif R --O-Tiu is zi If ht. Odd Fellows' 11all. 1-himillon. ;
tb It nut hority, and had beeowe t lie affl'et i,,n I -r lite. 611 I-1,tIVv%,.
nated ou e Wit d, next the modern li"IlthOUNO bail ..Ur E. Ili .1, in dozopair ._-oteruir-
and fort. The A,--,E :tl is I' the inner harhor : It Llu Ll 6,- Ivoll ni't, r 'm C.OTT A G E 'A G'(- cill J
Catacombs, oil the soutliern shoze, marhing, tile ite I --_,,-,dav
ul tba anciuDi, vitv. The interiur oi the t -%%.It it',,if It oucurrcd in berone day in her extremity to For General Wurlz. Const.trit Fuipl,
tell tier troubles to M r. Glad:%toLe. On the lir-L Pioe..-Lll', n 1"ll rjeI.%' !S'- IF), V., ['en; I! it
preseuts no itaitirv, of iiterest. Thiz-r-. are thequay-.,
opportunity 6Lt did so. He listened kindly anti Cli.irh,:Ae Un.'wi L lei
with old-fa,ljioiied, iiii.,er squalid lion.,,ei-s (:In tit,-. attentively tu her story, atid then t*) 1,:I, The --wi par, .-10; L. 11-1 &e., SUbju, 'L to a stuall Wages 5 6 j-r dt;IN with Q-1 ti-l, ..n 'I
,hore ( f the Cild Port : the Arab quarter, to tile d t [I a boy I o my st ad v. urull poll. lidlili.siw, ILI. Qn't _,nt Or Alipk it, Kk:jfrt -Ifil-willuill s ill
lt )nib, of Laud hovels: the cotton maiket, I &
tLe, canal what-vec-, tile railwav statiun and bar- She-senthim accorditiffIlYand in due tiftlu I il, Alra,.diiiia H ii-i v. .1 1-t- i., -,peity L135V lit. boundrd or ought Berrut.iiia, Doeli.y..-nd. 13th Jiolv,
boy appeared there. %Iro (;I,-jS'.jne )IirLI to bv dr"crill0l.
rackti, on the ame, Itille ; to the east, fa(iu the, kindiv, and the Of r w1blifill"e.
-n 4ai.1 to hira &-tort, w,, pr,),-,eii
New PoLt, bovotid Fort Napoleon, is lite ranil'
to the matter for whicl, I (it IlrA you I.ei,, lic it- J. 1-1. V ? 0 T T, N notice
'iquare, the e de- Cousul., or Firm& M. Tlien tLe H I I.N10"
11 u join it, a few ward of pni.yl F, va-;- P. BI. 0.
for," erl tile Place Mabomet Ali, which hap, )fEtiglaudcln lieuded iiijee, implored 61il
lith 6evptal ft,els, to be in- J lly 17(h. Jill%, 1-1
habited bv ELli,-p,_,;.n iLiiilenis. I Aimil-lity fir tile, son, and for hi.1 1110111VI', Ll.c 1" 11 ei. i I i re 11 f Ltliiati,.- A
hat-woman. 6orne Paruest, Y.ordm ut
de Scell, I74.',-,t fl,-irt r'wnru I o v nd a Lo eiii.,vu ra-ement, wer, I h,::j 10VI_ of Barbei-.111011
11 ,
tile City, tihat' tht e cl 1F
fri,Ltful iiot,,of.Sunday. JULO I I to tile alstoilished boy, aud Ole 1. 1 .1 0 1
begau, anti 6imultanoufly in two other `plaIe,;, .,in E tnq A
C. LL but it was not in vain. Tile 6ou beeat.i--, A-editilt
tbv Marini-. These parts of Alexandria vi-illin.. io tzko the sitiltill-Al
I" i aud tbe uiother*6 heart overflowed vvith ;u v.
dleril to have imen quite out of sigbt, as well aA out 1 v it) Till:
0 1 NVIlen bueh itien are -it lite brInt, t-f ffa i ra of U,
(if reavi Lit tile British raval .4quadron,- in tile t- t 14.111111. quean lo 1,71"Ont
s a t3 or euipiie. We 011,-Lt not Lo foi,tt Ili be de- 11'e filider ;Ih elre.l.,151 11,11,f-s W
harborut in tile outer roadstead. vo-Itly tLeWlaul. it surely is, LLU IiLne thell 1, dzin, 0,11, 3 X, -Iii.
Tit,, 1,1-11PIO LIF Alexandria, a vaiious mixture tit' ?lee of a -; C.Got tile t it-. 3-dedic it Sup
nation, uui.. III tU N-anity and the show anY, appeara Willit (A :ry oi nlo,t I..
appreviotin e ;ueL an exan.ple; ot fLl'tl', 11.1 fl L' Lh r. 1 H in thanking P,'-,t, -jiilv.
Cy'reek.N with the mlper,4titiou. rAuti. ubrwtiuaey of the 0 C,
and ILI thougghtful Cbri-itian lite to ii. so 11,411 In -
Egyptiwis. it at uru I'lle 'IS now prelf.-I-ed I it I 111I.- Yu -lie and tillf Iril'ill'itant-j oellerall",
Ily Icad-i, both iti !,reat things and in litt.1,7, vs. G iveen's
Hulf the population of the eity were swept away. it Dollo, froin I; v extendod
11 ii ` 1 f,,k- the liberd patronige they havo c J-h
oue-,.-Rev. John Reii'd, in Ae Pav:;:e Cony.-e-pilion- ` 1 .1 C, it i P o Ilusi-
by !:,c plague A. D. 2,511. 11, 1 d'.."wd to liand!hIll lit him, hope-3 by siriel, ailend-Oll
Citra.-alla ord-lied a general mamere (if tile eiti- a.m. i4i j."ST., IIIASILNIENT, Fro-i[ 13p r 1
at Ili JL
zeniq (if Alexandria after lie became Emperor. 'I i u I i pur p u-0. k-vor, IV 17, lo rn-rit -I Coll-
-1 E 1-10 1
Ducin tilt- rei-n of Couistantine the stTuggles' Im ported tor a _' i 'I- I
L I(-j.. JJ I? IZ tilt P 1.1
Letwilen the orthodox. and Aeian bi-31iops def,_,ed
Ull: 'llbill. 1.) 1 jAjIiS. 1.72,EEN '!,,vinllr niade exLvuiv-,i
the (4 Egypt in blood. L Ffl.LJ)EPIICK T. JAAL S.
V. ES o6ouli ill 'r,(.r Ilotel aceozum,.1:,1:o
DuriuL, the iei---n of Valentiniau and VaIll-uI.51i 7716 J
12 it'ine 131;It-k- voild Ill I L E' S.
Alexandiians were owned b It E A K F sr
GIIAI WaVe. y :in immetise %
The 1--ity Nvas taken by the Saracens Liuder Am F ro'ek U' o at' s, 1-.1 tN- and ffi%
1 7 _11r N OTICE. 11'ejl,:j`jlllFl!kS S
rrm after a of fourteen mouths and u ln_, (it i 11, upplie.] lit any hour.
23,0ou m-n, and the famous library was i1cstroved. an
The volutueL, of this unequalled collection Nvere di-3- III th;s r I j 1 J.. 1 0 June 1-2, JE482.
U "i'ledct-titenip1ming 1-aviii- BC17-
friburrd to tLe 4.1.1t)i) bath,; r)f tile eity, and-wi. .. as -1 for I ehi-ri liwe. rv-pieit-3 -all Persons
their hictudible multitilde tltLt ,ix montlig wabi A N W anted hinnediately,, to, %% 11C.In ht. IjjV to rorward
barely _,iiffic ieut f-.-r the uoustimptivu (:if the pro-i.-iii 12) Diao-onal Frock Coz-lk same I .-k Fift'ST CLAS`I-s their Nce-lin!'i I uk, hol'ofe F or R em t,
fuel. At thi time Alexandria contained 4,1-111(1 C4 j I
pala(es. 4,1.1-'11.1 baths. 401) theatres, _,hoptj ful. niake. Thc 1-51h 11.411o'16151 Aext,
ICI e Jl N 1 .13A il.K 12 In th, T (I v. It 'Inmilti, n. a. I,
010 GnIv CIL and 4I.I.C11.11jitributaryiJews The abo% e were iuipoj teii lill, svwci I! -rdur, bill
the liarties (hat guavo the uidl, wpw ba% hill p 1 fr-rtable and commodious
'DEBI'f-:D hohim will r,,'e -1,
AB Per,.v;ii
TfiE, SUEZ CANAL. til.-v wam illurnin-, i,;-t Frock C :;.,Is- T11 '.K I N S 0 2V Ili. ir liccouia,
'lear '111ilt Ihe e -it I I 'iviril 3, 1 i*s,. Uilm id. tinle!ii sati.zt I ,
HItI7011Y I.+ IRE UREAT WATERWAY BETIVEEN THE IIL CIO %%, detiole to C ;:I i hecoilf)L I U U
MEDITERRANEAN AND RED SHAiI. Bargain, in the iiet ten -1:ivs, il'not -old !,v Ilial -1 t-qi!%, arr.iii:;ed fir ;.v that data, Wili ba [I; UCCA
The -rit-itt I i -e I esl tS' I in ip;nl haii-is for I. oliel ion.
w,,terway between the Mediterranean I "'Lle t1le-Y ""l .11ppeo. ;-!4vaw -berr IT & 11 "r.-sb)Ier!vn
P it N ell I ;I ,
Red St-a. r-hj- to the war in Egypt, has J. IT It 0 B I A, IS 0. IN C 0., 11 1! m IN Co 1. k e 1. 11, 11 C c- pl.'QI-eslukl
atid ill c I CH31."LES S. TUCK"
(if late a-aiu bpeii w6ught prominently before ill,
'I'h e L'I"Ihic-I Jul% 17, IS6*'.-d pd
public. A short _,ketch of its history will, there.
Tht Ewporiuni, 47 Fr-wnt 0-0- c e I. I er-sons desirous of obtaillill", An 1), V 10
fore, Lot lie without ititifte4 at the' present mo- 1, Cl
inerit. 1, June 27, i I
plitp Lime. Lime Lime! JOHN BARM
In almolt pimbibioric timeb the Eastern brilnell I i Hamilton, -livic, 11th
I z *a -t est P 1 i Is i iii T
of 11 e Nilu alid tile rxed we!e Itilited by a 0 Of tit,? Very bt-st kiii1s Kit Bel-Lull-liall cultva-
eawil, made under Necho and PLolemy Philade I- tiOll, f0l' tile 1A I,2i,;II1g irtut Lot- the FI OR 153 11 Et i F 0 L. Sale,
phti. Traces of it are still vi6ible, but it ic II..'t J`%`ijj th- I
known wherl it coased to be a navigable commuui- York Mar,"r, L i- i-or- 1,000 ffiuslids Pure Hard Stoile :
WHY -o t -
Cal ion. Ll- I it t t I e. ( Mice of t',Ij ITil-L-i Ft 11 A N11 ch C O I
lit moditrn ime.-, N.,ip,-Ieon I., duTiug bi-3 60jutiru Bo-a it e Nv e 2) e t thei'll 1,0111 [lie [TI) S ai I

.0`N UUM J [dindy
i iLl, im deCO
_n 1ht ;butes of LakeTimsah, t., protEq vjje ,it t tu ji-t.! i .. I A k 00(i U OOK. CAVENDISH ROYL'
uf a second canal, vbich carzi,-, tLe tjc.!, w,,i, a Apply tit this 01fice. rolordal
)UIL-S, LL Oaf Novdtzit: in lpiitf-i IS see
'Upply from the Nile, ioear Caim t -, tht? It,[ I A Wt.-] I H3 I LVI'V.l I y 0 M iL' L I i Id 'al I A :11.1y itt t1"'4 (111' MUST LE W LT. RECOUM D v, D. ep.
dstributing the 6ame in two brauches to Suez, 111,1 L j Otli
P(.rt Said. ind ee. Jitly 14, 1 'wn 2. to!. 'a MAY, 1582'


VS.& per.Ann.

.All. & .L 'JA 0 :* ,- ) -

, -J, &WWN,


BE IL..,,ItTI) 11 i k --
J'AL ICLN T t % -j



Gibbs' Hill Light Station at: Bermues, between the
16th and 23rd July 1882, height above the see
where the Register is kept,. being 246 feet. 2
a S t
1882. 1
July. General Remarks.
Noon i-J.1 .

Mo17 .NE 1 is. l30-140.o51 Squally
18 ss 1185 81 130-100'0-43 FIe
1 s 2. 24 S3 3l)'o.0-oFie
S s 831 30,170'0*00 Fine
21 89 3E47 84 3-210 1000IFire
82 s I~86 83 30200 07 Passing squall
23 as 396R 8"3 30-141)10"0o Fine

. . .. . . ... ..
Hamilton, July 25, 1882.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
7Tesdiy, 18th Jaly, 1882.-Pursuant to adjoqrn.
went tbe House met.
Presint-Ris Honor Josiah Rees. Chief Justice,
President ;
The Honorable Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
e" Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 21st instant, at
11-30, Lm.

Friday, 21it July, 1882.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey.
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secy.
A Resolve voting the sum of X3,881 for the re-
pairs and improvements of the Public Buildings
and Roads and other Public Works, was brought
up from the House of Assembly and read a first
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 26th instant, at
11*30, a.m.


Abstract of the Proceedings of ihe Honorabl,,
.Mouse of Assembly.
Friday, 21t July.-SMr. Wadson gave notice
that on the 3rd reading of the Ballot Bill he will
move to strike out of the Preamble all after the
word "papers" in the 9th line thereof.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell presented a List of Accounts
passed by the Committee on Quarterly Accounts to
30th June, 1882.
The Resolve for paying the travelling expenses
of Official Visitors to the Lunatic Asylum was read
a 2nd time and committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Cbairmaun reported the resolve with the
blank filled up and it was adopted and ordered to
be engrosed.
t The Resolve granting a sum for the purposes of
he Bermuda Library was read a 2nd time and
Mr. Keane in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
blanks filled up and it was adopted and ordered to
be n grossed.
The ArtornevGeneral, with leave of the House,
withdrew the Bill to continue the Acts to make
better provision for the maintenance of Schools, in-
troduced hy him on the 31st May last-and Intro-
duced a Bill to amend and continue the Schools
Act 1879-which was read a first time.
Mr. Cooper introduced a Resolve for paying Mr.
Henry Cox Outerbridge for certain Limestone sup-
plied by him at the St. George's Gaol up to 31st
March, 1882, which was inadvertently omitted to
be rendered in due course-which was read a first
time and the Rule being suspended It was read a
second time and committed.
Mr. Keane in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the resolve with the
blank filled up 43 8/6 and it was adopted and
ordered to be engrossed.
The standing Rule regarding the passage of Re-
solves being further suspended it was read a third
time and passed.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, o 244 Judy.-The Bill entitled "An Act to
amend the Ballot Act 1874," was read a third time.
TheAlltorney General moved (1) To strike out
the words "across opposite the names of such
candidate or candidates as he wishes to elect," and
substitute, "his vote on the Ballot paper."
(2) To strike out the Proviso to the IVth clause.
(3) To insert the Vth clause as in the printed
Bill-which was negatived.
Ayes 6-Mewars. T N Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray,
H H Gilbert, TA Outerbridge,S C Outerbridge.
Navys 21-Messrs. S C Bell, FM Cooper, R J P
Darrell, R D Fraqer,. W J Frith, A J Frith. J M
Haywjrd, A J. lodsdon, W H Hughes, CC KeanelI
T WKtrJer,'W S Masters, S A Masters, A M
4 ilfe. W R Peniston, C Penislon, J N Smith,
TF J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson, T J
Mr Wadson moved that all after the word
"papers." in the 9th line of the Preamble thereof
be struck out-which was agreed to.
Mr. Wadson moved that the BIil do pass-which
was affrmed.
Ayes 22-Messrs. S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, T N Dill. W J Frith, A J Frith, J Fowle,
H H Gilbert, J M Hayward, A J Hodsdon, W H
Hughes, C C Keane, W S Masters, T W Mercer,
A M Oudney. W R Peniston, C Peniston, J N

Smith. T F J Tucker, R Tynea, W H Wilkinson,
T J Wadson.
Nays 5-Messrs. R D Fraser, S B Gray, S A
Masters. T A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge.
The Bill was then passed.
The Resolve granting a sum for the expenses of
the official Visitors to the Lunatic Asylum, was read
a third time and passed.
The Resolve Providing a sum for the general
purposes of the Bermuda Library, was read a third
time and passed.
Adjourned to Friday next.

Orders :
bcoool Bill amendment act.
Resolve granting the amount allowed by Law
for thbe Relo med Episcopal Churchb.

July 20-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbados;
sugar and molasses-Agent, Thomas J. Wadson.

July 19-Sebhr. Edith R. Baxter. Martinique : 470
empty casks.
20-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser New York ; 22
kegs and 6 half kegs arrowroot. 2 bis. fruit, 11
bls. sour flour, 3 quarter casks and 29 octaves
brandy, I package regalia.
July 20-Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Shaw, Jamaica.
Mails & general cargo.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
July 20-Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax;,
Mails and inward cargo.
In the- R. Steamer B'-ia. from Jamaica to Hal-
ifax: Mrs. Tunsdell.
From Turks' Island for Bermuda : Mrs. E. Ast-
wood and 3 children.
For Halifax from Bermuda: Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
H. Robinson, Mrs. Richard Johnson and daughter.
Mrs. Crawley, Mrs. J. C. Lightbourn, Mrs. S. S.
Toddinge, Mrs. Samuel Todd, Mr. W. P. Nelmes.
and Missa Nelmos, Miss White, Miss A. White,
Messrs. Joseph R. Fox, Thomas H. Parker, E. C.
Crawled, J. P. Knights and Thomas.
.ND CABIN, James A. Burch and Thomas Barry.
In the Meteor from Barbadoes :-W. 0. Duns-
combe, Esq., Mr. Allan. Miss Lovell, and two in
In the Mail Steamer Or,,,oo on Thursday last for
New York :-Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clay, Mr. and
Mrs. Dougall, Mrs. W. J. Oats. Mrs. Loran, Miss
Richmond, Revd. T. Twomey, Chaplain to the
Forces, Captains Praeli and Dovoto, Lieutenauts
Middlemass and Glub, R.E., C. H. Alien, Esq.,
U. S. Consul, Messrs. W. H. Allen, Eustace
Nelmes, R. T. Dunscombe. J. H. Robinson. W.
Faxon, H. F. Conyers, Jr., M. G. Hew-on and
George H. Baldi. 2.-,,I &bin,-Mrs. F. Cameron.
Mrs. G. Goddard, Martha Eve and A. T. DeSilva.
Stererae, Edward White, Richard Mooney,
Thomas Simons, William Rolling, Peter Sweengny.
and C. Alexander.
Sloop Haddassah, W. S. Doe, Master, hence at
Saint Thomas on June 21, in 17 days.
Mr. Benjamin Tiott, Pilot. reportshaving board-
ed off those Islands on the 17th instant, the Danish
Brig Aime, Captain Lassem, out dayss from Porto
Rico, bound to Falmouth, England, for orders-all
well, wished to be reported.

TuE "W. G. MOL.EY."-The schooner "Mary
D. Leach," Captain R. V. M. Cooper, passed. the
east end of these Islands on the 18th inst. Capt.
C. reported that on the 15th, in lat. 32-14, long.
65-54, he passed the wreek-dismasted, water-
logged, and timber laden-of the schooner "W. G.
It will be remembered that. the "W. G. M."
arrived off these Islands on the 16th December last,
hunber laden, from Wilmington, N.C., to the ad-
dress of Hon. S. S. Ingham. After receiving a pilot
she was taken in tow by the steamtug Reliance,"
but a heavy gale coming on, the R." was com-
pelled, for her own safety, to cut the tow line -
the "W.G.M." was driven to sea. Nothing was
heard of her for some weeks, and fears were
consequently entertained for her safety. However,
accounts reached Bermuda that the captain, pilot,
and crew of the It W.G.M." were taken off the
wreck on the 29th December and carried to the
Island of Grenada; the W.G.M." was dismasted
and waterlogged on the 15th, the day she was
driven from Bermuda.
The steamer St. George," Capt. Luckenack,
left St.Georges on Friday last. hoping to fall in with
the derlict, but returned to port on Sunday after
an unsuccessful cruise. It is singular that for
seven months this vessel should be found drifting
around these Islands" it would be strange if she
has not bteen the cause of other wrecks.
-. --

H.M.S. "Tyne," Commander Cochrane, left
the Cambre, at 3 p.m., on Friday last for Gib-
raltar and England. Th- details for embarkation
were conveyed to the "Tyne from St. Georges
in the Torpedo Launch," and from Hamilton in
H. hi. Gunboat "YVi'-r." All details were on
board by 1 p.m.:-
RoYAL AnRiILERY-5 rank and file.
RoYAL. ENINaEErr-I1 field officer, 1 staff sergeant,
1 corporal. S taen-1 officer's wife, I soldier's wife
and 1 child.
RoY. IRman Rrrr.Es-l field officer, I subaltern,
2 sergeants, 2 buglers, 34 rank and file-4 soldiers'
wives and 7 children.
CoUx.xtSAEILtT & TBANSPOHT Conrs-1 rank and
A r HoserrTA Cours-1 rank and file, 1 sol-
dier's wife and children.
Also, embarked as indulgent passengers, the un-
mentioned officers and others:-
Lieutenant Savile, R.A., wife, and child, and 2
female servants.
Surgeon Seymour, wife, 2 children, and female
3 discharged soldiers, and I soldier's wife to join
her husband in England.
80 time expired Naval men.
Miss Rosle and Master Yearaley, Miss Ivey.
H.M.S. Dri;d Captain Kennedy left on 20th for
England, after over three years commission.
H.M.S. Foam, Lieut.-Commander Baker left or
same day for Halifax.

Pr.or JoHn R. SWAN-(whose return from Mar'
seilles via New York on the 16th instant, we men.
tioned in our last isue)-reports as follows:-
That on the morning of the 9th April last a Bari
was signalled to the North West of the Island hi
rminedi.tcly put off from Darrell's lalnd, Somer
set, in his whale-boat "Eliza Barss," the win
being light ; was soonu alongside and ou boird th
ressel, which proved to be the Italian Bark ** Fin
aunle," ('tptainr Maghez, out 29 day a fror St. Do.
miniro bouud to Marseilles, laden with coffee and log
wood, leaking badly and in want of provisions. A
the vessel was from an infected port, I deemed i
best, under all circumstances, to take her to Fivi
Fathom Hole-where the Health Officer could b
communicated with, and where provisions an,
water could be obtained, should the Captain, rathe
tham be subjected to a lengthened quarantine, de
ide on continuing his voyage. At 10 o'clock
when still making for the Hole, a heavy bre-ez
from the Westward came on-which compelled u
to put the vessel under close reefed topsails. Th
wind increasing to a severe gale, the vessel we
driven off, and at 4 o'clock on the day following

the land was not to be seen-heavy rain aud th,
wind freshening. At about 8 o'clock wore bhip an
stood for.the land: but not sighting it up to 1i
o'clock, wore ship again and stood to the South
ward. At noon we found by observation that wi
were 7f, miles from Bermuda. The Captain saic
he could not "hold on" any longer as the ship
when on a wind, laboured and leaked more thai
when running free, he therefore, for the safety o
the ship and all hands, deemed it advisable to ru
the ship before the gale, which continued for
day., when th: weather moderated-the Captaim
decided on goinu to the nearest Portuguese Islant
to obtain provisions 'hen, having, after a mos
frugal estimate, food 1i.r 15 days only rema.iuing-
and it would take 13 days favouiratle weather t,
take us to the nearest port. On the. 18th spoke
Barque belonging to Nova Scotia, from New Yor]
bound to Autralia and obtained from her a barre
of beef and a barrel of bread-all they could spare
and 10 days afterwards spoke a Dut..:-h Brigautin
and got from her 3 bags bread, several pieces o

beef, some rice and peas which lasted us till we
reached Gibraltar on the 17th May; there took on
board additional provisious-ou the 21st left for
Marseilles where we reached in 12 days. At. Mar-
seilles, Pilot Swau applied to the British Consul for
advice: who promptly made provision for his imme-
diate wants and arranged with the Captain and
Owners of the Finlande" to meet the expeune of
Swan's early return to Bermuda--and Bernu-
da pilotage of the "Finlaade," which amount-
ed to six pounds. The British Consul intimating
that should there be any delay in forwarding Swan
to his destination the Captain and Owners would
be held responsible for any additional expense
which should accrue therefrom. Swan left Mar-
seilles in a Steamer on the 10th June for New York,
but as she had to call at scvenal places for cargo,
she did not reach New York till the 4th July.
Pilot Swan speaks in favourable teLrms of the
kindness of the Captain, crew and owners of the
"Finlande," and feels greatly indebted to the British
Consul for his marked kindness towards him.

The gallant Colonel and his amiable Lady left
these Islands for England in H.M.S. Tyne on
on Friday last. They took their departure from
the Barrack Wharf. Hamilton, at I p.m., in the
Torpedo Steam-launcu accompanied by Colonel
McDonnell, R. E., and Mrs. McDonnell, Captain
Ponsonby, Brigade Major, Major Davis, Pay Dept.,
Captains Lindsell, Washington and Alexander and
Lieut. Arkwright, R.E., Surgeon Major Irvin and
Mrs. Irvin, R E., Captain Selby Smith, R. I. R ,
and reached the Trooper about 2 p.m., where were
HisExcellency the Govenor, Captain Barnar' 1,
and other distinguished persons.
Had it been generally known that Colonel Gor-
don, intended to leave these Islands by this early
opportunity-as it was generally believed that he
intended to go to New York and Canada ere he
left the Western World-his departure from these
shores would have been more marked, for he has
won the respect and esteem of the inhabitants of
these Islands during the three several times that
he has been called on to administer the Government.
The gallant Colonel, we are told, said he felt great.
regret at leaving the Islands, and the many friends
he had made during his stay here. We feel assur-
ed that he carries with him the sincere good wish-
es of our people for the future welfare of himself
and his amiable Lady.

HEROWC STDENTrs.-In another column of our
to-day's issue will be found under the heading
Heroic Students" an account of the rescue from
drowning of three persons, at Burlington, Canada,
by three students of Upper Canada College, one of
the three being Mr. Campbell Darrell, third son of
John S. Darrell, Esq., of St. George's in these Is-
lands, a youth of about 17 years of age. The fol-
lowing paragraph is from a letter written by the
young gentleman to a friend here, which gives
rather a different account of the rescue than is
contained in the Hamilton Evening Times of the
5th July, from which we copy, he says: I had only
time to fling off my hat. and coat, and was over the
end of the pier head first, before Thorburn, who
'-ould only swim a little, and was stopping to un-
dress. The papers say that but for Thorburn's
assistance we-the lady and myself-would have
been drowned, as she was pulling me under. No
such thing, she behaved admirably and obeyed my
every instruction. I was very careful how I first
approached her; she did not. struggle a bit. I
also had a hand in helping his Reverence ashore.
The papers have given a very muddled account 't
the affair, but it speaks well for the College."
We understand that Mr. Campbll Darrell stands-
well in the College with his Instructors, and that
there is every probability that he will make his
mark there.

For the Royal Gazette.
MB. EDtroE,-I regret very much that the time
" of the "Tyuo's" departure was nut more generally
known, as very many of our inhabitants would have
- been delighted to have seen Coloudl and Mrs. G-or.
don before they left, aud thanked them for courtesies
received, and wished them a pleasant voyage to
Old England: but Friday afternoon being a holi-
day, and the House of Assembly being in Session,
was the reason why so fow were present to see them
off. But we will console ourselves with the hope
that, in the course of events, we may be fortunate
enoughto reeive,him as our Queen's Representative
July 24, 1SS2. BERMUDA.
1 W We understand that the Annuual Races of
the "Bermuda Rowing Club will take place on
TUESDAY next, 1st of August, at 6 p.m., in the,
Harbour of Hamilton, over the usual Mile Courser.
Four Crows will compete.

We have had a severe spell of hot weather during
the last ten days: for two day- the thermometer at
a Gibb's Hill indicated a average oi S4 degree-t fori
the twelve hours, and three other days of the week
at S3 degrees. The heat on Saturdiay morning last
was almost unbearable. The tides have also been
unusally low-lower than they have been kuowu

Portion of Port Royal, a1e all dyiun and floating on
the surface. Some persons attribute this latter .ir-
cumstance to the hot weather, and others to the
want of rain.

SrNOLt.An ACCDENTr. Ou Thursday last Mr.
k John Anthony Adams when out e,'ai catching, iu n
e small rowing boat with mast and sail, went under
cliff o, the north shore nea' Clarence Cove, an.
d in doing so the top of his mast came in coutat(.
e with the roof thereof, causing a large portion ol
. same to break away, some of whi.-h fell ou Mr.
Adams, bruising his head severely, and brealdug
Ships lft a ar aud also smashiug the gunwale of his
s boat: fortunately there was another boat near,
t the people in which having witnessed the accident,
Simnmediately went to Mr. Adams' assistance and
e conveyed him to his residence. Dr. Arton wae
d soon in attendance. We uudorstand that the pa-
r tient is doing well.
During the calm weather on Tuesday last n,:
e less than nine vessels were in sight of the several
s signal stations of thee Islands, drifting aLbout in-
e fluenced by the currentss ; they all passed out ol
s vight before daylight of the following morning.

g We understand that preliminary Tenders have
d been invited for building an Officers' Club House at
0 Ireland Island with more modern appliances than
. exists in the present building. This with the For.
e esters Hall now commencing Ireland will be look.
d ing up.

UmNIVERSnrY OF MICHIGAN, U. S.-By the last
f Orinoco we received an invitation card from Mr. R.
I Arnold Packwood, Ann. Arbor Michigan, June 25,
8 to the commencement exercises of the Medica!
n Department of the University of Michigan, which
I please accept with compliments." Mr. P. informs
t us that he takes the degree of Doctor of Medicine
- in the present class, making the second diploma re-
n oeived-the first one being from a literary school.'
a It would not be quite convenient for us to ac-
k ce t Mr. P'.s invitation. We are pleased to hear of
.1 his success at College. Mr R. A. Packwood is a
Sson of the late Mr. Robert Packwood,of Underwood
e St. Georges. He has beeu but a very short time
f in America.

They Gallantly Save the Lives of Two Ladies-
Burlington the Scene.-Onue of the most exciting in-
cid.-nts which has happened at. the Village of Bur-
lington or in its vicinity this summer occurred on
Lake Ontario yesterday afternoon, the particulars
of which are as follows: Rev. T. W. Jecfery (late
of Coburrgi, who is spending his vacation with
somne friends in the village', invited Miss Allen anud
Miss McQuarrie, both s .hool teachers in the place,
to raecompany him for a sail. They started out
shortly after 4 o'elo.-k. A pretty heavy sea was
rolling, but for some time the trio appeared to eu-
joy themselves, ,co.siderinm' that they were per-
fectly sat'e. When about 30 or 40 yards from the
pier, the boat capsized in about fifteen feet of
water, and the three occupants weru thrown out,
Mr. Jeffrey clinging to the boat. The young"
ladies, however, were not so fortunate, and speedily
sank. Standing on the railway platform at the
Brant House, were three young gentlemen (waiting
for the train), who fortunately saw the mishap and
rushed to the scene. Their names are Mr. Joseph
Thomson (son of Mr. Robert Thomisou, lumber
merchant), Mr. J. D. Thorburn (son of Dr. Thor-
burn, Toronto', and Mr. Camnpbell Darrell, of Ber-
mutda. These gentlemen are spending their holi-
days at Burlington, aud are ttuident. of Upper Can-
ada College. The distance they had to run was
fully 3o0 yards, but they took in the situation -',.-
,, and by the time they had reached the water's
edge were partially disrobed. Jumping in, they
swam to the rescue' of the drowanig ladies. Mr.
Thomsoun suc,c:-ceded inu .Inging Miss Allen to shore,
and Mr. Darrell aund Mr. Thorburn had cousidt.rable
difficulty in r-nuderinu' the satire service for Miss.
MeQuarrie, as that lady caught hold of Darrell's
anrmi, and both would have gone down together but
for Thorburu's assistance. The females would un-
doul.,tedly have b.een drowned had it not been fr
the quick pen.:eption, prompt action and heroic con-
duet of thIT U. C. C. boys, whose daring on theoe-
casiou is the talk of the good people of Burlingtou
to-day.-H,' ,,!t.' (U.('), 0/,,tai., E,' ei;.' T" ', ?.

To /h, Ed;tu,'- f ti., R,./,' Ga:ett1 .
ME. EIrron.-As our people of Bermuda are
now about to enter upon a new and it is to be
hoped a most prosperous business-for it cannot be
otherwise if properly managed-therefore we
should start to build our S. S. Company on a sound
basis. We have a great deal to be thankful for, as
we have gained experience by outside steamers run-
ning here-but at our expense-and at a rough
glance we cau form an idea of the profits likely to
be made ; where is there a trade to be found that
would pay like ours ? We were informed last week
that our present line of steamers gross earnings
from Bermuda was from 37 to :38,000? Even
if it took of that sum to pay expenses, there
would still remain a very large dividend. As
steamers are fast taking the place of sailing vessels
and are attracting general attention abroad, as being
the best paying investment. I will now lay before
your readers some important information taken
from the London Telegraph," relative to form-
ing 4. S. Companies and their profits, signed by a
Wiiam Baker."

Sze.-While public attention is daily drawn to
reports of meetings of railway and other companies,
and to advertisements of new projects, for which
the public are invited to subscribe their money,
there isa class of investment which dees not meet
with that notice which it deserves. I refer to the
British mereantila navy, and venture to think that
a few remarks as to its growth and present coudi-
tion as a dividend-producing property will no, .eI
without interest. The history of merchant shipping
during the last forty years shows a change from
the old wooden sailing vessels, whose owners might
have been easily enumerated, to the modern irou
and steel steamers, owned by au indefinite multi-
tude. Partly from the rapid strides with which
steam vessels have increased in number and taken
the leading place as traders, partly because the his-
tory of steam vessels is easier to trace and the facts
relating to them more easily ascertainable, I have
felt justified in confining the greater part of the
observations I am about to make to them.
[Why should not Bermuda come under the above
heading, for surely this is appropriate to our pre-
sent situation. We have to follow up in their
groove sooner or later, why not form a resolution
and commence at once.]-P. F.
In glancing at the history of steamers, I shall
try, as far as possible, to vive only those figures
whlch appear to me absolutely necessary. In the
year 1 i40 the merchant steamers of the British em-
pire were of an ag-gregate tonnage of only 9-5,807
tons By 1851) we find that figure nearly doubled
-namely, to 1S7,631 tons. In each of the follow-
ing decades the tonnage was more than doubled,
having in IS80 increased to 500,144 tons, and in
IS70 to the enormous figure of 1,20)2,134 tons. It
requires little to remind the public how trade geu-
erally has, since 1870, not only increased, but also
changed its character to one requiring quick re-
turns, often at small profits, and, how the Suez
('aual, at whose portals no sailing vessel need
apply, has become a special incentive for the build-
Sing of steamers, and therefore it may uot be much
matter of surprise to learn that in the ten years
from 1S70 to 18S0 tbe tonnage was once more
doubled, being represented in the last-named year
by 2,.)49,2S2, tons, of which 2,720,551 tons belong-
ed to the United Kingdon. But even these figures
do not fully represent the rate of increase.
S[As our channels are ,o intricate, often causing
t great delay for sailing vessels. A steamer could
Soften be half-way to New York before a sailing
vessel gets of the land, if any country needs
a fast and most reliable steamer it i' Bermuda, be-
Sing so adjacent to the principle cities of America,
and having such a large pas-eng.,er train iu win-
ter, and at tht eireasou of the year generally we eu-
1 counter as severe weather as in any part of the
wr, .rld.]-P. F.
To ascertaiu the amount of capital laid out iu
steamers, I propose to a-;.ertain the amount of the
gro:S tonnage existing ,n Deh 31, 18Sl, and the
Cost of their building. The gross tounage of Bri-
1 tish merchant steame in existence on May 31.
ISl1, is given in Lloyd's Registray as 5,47.,4"r6
Stones. Taking the whole of the Britid h steamers
existing on that date. I am informed, on what 1. bh-
lieve to be th.e best authority, that 15 per ton

1 would represent a fair average price all round,
t thus giving for the 5,475,496 tons a total cost of
82,132,449). Between May 31, 1iSI. and Dec. 31,
I 18S1, there were added to the r egister of steamers
an aggregate tonnage of 4:33,703 tons, auilt at a
cost of about 8,670,000. while theie were lost or
sold to foreigners, or otherwise removed from the
t register' 151,656 tone, of au estimated value of 2,-
274,S40, thus leaving on Dec. 31, ISSI, an aggregate
gross tonnage for steamers registered at Lloyd's ot
S.,757,543 tons, built at thi price of about 88.500,-
i io,. Iu addition to the above, we have been lately
H informed, on the higher authority, that there are
" now in process of .-oustruction in tre United King.
dri steamer of an aggreg at length of even miles
Saul tl',.murh some oi rlthse are, no doubt, being built
f. t' foreigners, we mray be pretty sure that the
f greater part are being built for British owners.
L Then there are the men and boys employed on
British ships, who iu the year 1SSO numbered 109,.
S I0, of whom 181,304 were employed on steam ves.

A few further' facts may be mentioned. The
Local Marine Office for the Port of London dim-
burses every month about 10,000. Phe amount
of wages paid to seamen last year has been estima"
ted at 10,000,000, and the amount of premiums
paid on marine insurance last year has been estim.
ated at 1 0,000,000.
[This is what we are reminded of daily.]-P.F.
(To be continued )

T, thnt E,/.:t., 'f R.Kd :oy 'zet..
KIND Sr'.-Queenu Street, in our usually quiet lit -
tle town of Hamilton, has of late become notorious
for excitements of variou.- kinds. Late en Saturday
evening last the noi-e caused there by a number.of
boys screaming, singing. and laughing uproarious-
ly, was really disogracreful to any district, and at.
the same time the steuch from -ome unknown
cause was abominable and quite strong (-uo.ugh to
engender. I tth6ught, typhoid fever.
Respecting the riotin" it ha- not. been very long
qince that I noticed a letter iu your columns com-
plainino' of similar riotous conduct in that street,
especially of a Saturday night, but soon re-
stored and the mob ili-:persed a, soou as a police
officer was seen toapproaching. The Police force as
at present coustruete-l is not equal to the require-
ment- of the town, generally, but particularly soof
a Saturday evening, wheu there are crowds of per.
sous parading the street?-, till a late hour; could
not there he one or two specials employed on Satur-
day nights?
The severe stench alluded to above could not be
accounted for. Should not the Inspector of Nuis.
au.-es be unusually vigilant at. this excessively hot
period, and inflict the greatest punisiunent in his
power on tho-e who li he finals ueglectiua their
duty to their ur-ighbours and the public in general
iu this particular?
July 17, 1S82.

From lhe WVest Indies and Demerara.
The Royal Mail Steamer Beta," Captain Shaw,
arrived on Wednesday last from Jamaica, and left
on the following day for Halifax.
By the Beta we received our usual exchange
BARBADOS.-Mr. Luckie, merchant. of George
Town, Demerara. died on board tho Royal Mail
SteaTmer Solent." in CarliAle Bay on the 30th ldt.
Mr. Luckie was on his way to England for the
benefit of lis health.
DEMERABA.-A fresh case of yellow fever has
occurred in the Essequeho River. The Central
Board orf Health is using every precaution to pre-
vent its spreading. Every vessel going to the
River to load timber is to be placed in quarantine.
There has been no re-appearance of the disease in
Georgetown or in ainy of the populous cenutres of
the Colouy.
An addition of five per cent. to the ad valorem
duties on importation has been decided on by the
Combined Court. *
The defalcations of the late Mr. Walker, Admin-
istrator General, and his clerk, appears by the Re-
port of the Commissioners, appointed to enquire
into the same, to amount in one way and another
t. $169,5.57-33.
An increase is ~.howu in the exportation of rumn,
sugar. molasses, and timber, during the last five
The last immigrant vessel for the season-the ship
"Newcastle "-had arrived at Demerara from Cal-
cutta, briugin 529 coolies in all. viz., 341 men,
135 women. IS boyv,. 17 virls, and IS iufnts-439
statute adultt. .5 , were: boru at sea, aud S
mnu and 1 infaut. died.
TR.xKS' ISLAND.-TIhe Agricultural Director aud
Manase'cr of tIhe intended Ascricultural Establish-
ment at Kew." Caricos-Mr. C. H. Plummer-
had arrived at Grand Cay, from Jamaica. The
'Roval Standard" in mentioning- that gentleman's
arrival says: "No .doubt we have at last the right
sort of man for the Caicos-a practical man-if the
inhabitants of those settlements can only be in-
dutied to think so. We have always advocated the
idea that so mething should he done to teach the
people of the Caicos how t.' /;'r : there is a chance
now of this idea being carried out in a practical
way and we wish it every success."
The week ending July Sth of excellent weather
enabled the proprietors of the Salt Ponds to add
considerably to their stock. Demand very limited.

LAPLA.ND.-We have been favored with the fol-
lowing extract from a Postal Card received by last
Orinoco, written by a Bermudian :-
"Arctic Oceau, North Cape, Lat. 71-40, N.
Long. 43, E., June 15, 182.-Midnight,-Sun se-
veral degrees above horizon ; have seen it three
nights.-Sun all the while till end of July. No
lamps, no candle needed. Have caught two fish
D1 pounds, in 10 fathoms water. Kong Halfden."
Time 7 hours earlier here than in Bermuda. WiU
mail this in Hammufest, the Northernmost town
in the world. In last four days have seen ten
thousand snow clad mountains and Islands-saw a
snow storm in the mountains on 13th. Hauds cold,
vessel roiling. Pleasant time, fine weather."
To Ro A HousE OF MOSQUxTOEs.-Placo a few
lighted coals on a tin and sprinkle Persian Cham-
ormile powder on them (about a tea-spoonful) pass-
ing it through the several rooms and it will effectu-
ally rid the house for a while of these torments.

Mr. Michael Davitt, the Irish woduld-be patriot,
has take his departure from New York on his re-
turn to Ireland. His mission to the Uuited States
is "'a failure" aud "he is a fallen idol," at least
so savs New York Tr;li. Ti, 'l, also adds, '" Mr.
Davitt came n iaut ; he departs a dwarf. Having
proclaimed a policy which he did not understand,
at the first shock of opposition he beat a retreat;
aud he ends his tour in the United States by invit-
iug the wrkiugnteu of New York to remember
him as a dim.ourt'-ous guest and a vain seeker of
newspaper comnplimuuts."

Au Inuquisition was held at. Station Hospital,
Watford Island, ou the 17th instant, before Theos.
J. Lightbour'. Esqr., Corouer, on view of the
body of Peter Keaue, Sapper, R.E., who was found
,lead ou the morning of same day in the Recreation
Room, Boaz Island He having had charge of
this room and holding keys of the same, accounts
for his being found there with the door locked on
t.he inside. Verdict-" Found Dead."

An Inquisition was held at the Comumissioner'o
House, Ireland Island, on the 18th instant, before
Theos. J. Lightbowun, Esqr., Coroner, on view of
the body ot Henry Walker, a Marine, who was
r found drowned ..n the morning of same day in the
Magazine Poud.-Vcrdic't, "Found Diowned."

BIRTH, at. Palmetto Hall," Somerset, on the
20th instant, the WIFE of W. Robert Heney, Esq.,

DIED, at Woodlauds, Pembroke Parish, on the
t eveuiug of the 17th inst., GRACE MrNNLE BRODIE,
the beluved wife of tho Revd. R. 0. Yearsley, Min-
ister of Trinity Church, aged 35 years.
......, in Saudy's Parish on the Sth in-t. ALBER-
T. A ASCOTr GILBERT, the beloved and infant child of
. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Tatem Burrows, aged 5
months and 3 days.


at Fairy Land on 27th ult.. ly the
Teachers of the "T. JOHN'S PEMBr.OKE SUNDAY
SCHOOL, having bet-n suddenly terminated by
the inclement weather of that Evening, a on-
tinuati.'iu of the same will be given
To-m1orrow, -Wednesday,
Commencing at 5, lp.m.
There will be on the Grounds a Fairies
Dell, Jnck in the Pulpit, A Fancy Table,
The Old Woman in a Shoe, Chinese Pagod:i,
Gipsy Camp, Rebecca at the Well.
Boats provided lor' rowing on the
Illuminations by CHINESE LANTERNS.
*REFRESHMENTS, consisting of Tea, Coffe,- .
Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fruit. Cake. SN-tud-
Iviches, &c., will be 1'rovided.
By kind peraiissi,:'n of Colonel Croiton and I
Officers, the Band of the "' Royal Trish Rifle.
will be in attendanme-.
AdiiiniQlon tho e (iGroundsi d.. thil-
drein Half Price.
Steamner "Moonclyne" will leave
Hamilton, calling at S.alt Kettle. Paget. :as fol-
5 p.m.. 6 p.m., 7 and S p.m.
Return trips at 9-3U, 2nd trip 10-3ii. and
3rd at 11 o'clock.
Retut ni Tickets by Steamer. including admis-
hion to Grounds, I : to be obtained at Mr.
HEYL'S and Mr. C. H, ROBINSON's, Front, St., I
Proceeds in aid of the Sunday ScehoolBuild-
ing. Fund.
Hamiltoun, July 25th. IS'2.

Valuable Property
in the Town of St. George.

FOR SALE by Tender under a Power of Sale
by Order of the Mortagee.

t13 IS TO (;IVr N,)TICE it -It HER
r M.iJ.sTv'1 a NEXT GiE.NEEl i,.COJUR'
)F QUARTER SE.SSl)N. or r-A0 Pr: AC'l:
or the-,e Islands, iill b.? hohlen

On Thursday next,
The 27th instant,
At 10 o'clock ini the forenoon.
Clerk of the Pecie.
lamnilto, P2nd July, 18&2.
. .. .... ... ... -.. a


At 12 o't lock,
At the Store of C. A. JONI', sqir a large
a-:ortnent of

(Comp ising every Variety c-f TWEEI)-S,
CLOTIIING, i -vr., BOOTS and,l 9iiOESR.
and DRESS GOODS, &e., &e., &C,
i On account of having a large a'euimulation o
Stuff under the Big Shed on Thurqdav las1,
ie were utnhle to sell at the above Stone, Libr
will positively sell on Tl.rsaIny rnext at 1,2
o'clock, Sharp.
Hamilton. July ?., 1882.
I --1-, .. 0- ,,1.-~

A Valuable Lot of' L A 'D on F 1" kr die,
thie East side of Kent Street, measuring y
about 1.50 feet square. with the. By Public Au.tion,
1 New H 0 US E On Tuesday Next,
thereon. hounded on the No:rTn by Land of *
the heirs or devisces of Sir Thomas Western,st Augustk, .,
on the SOUTHr by a Public Street separating That Desirable
this Property from the Public Garrden formerly Dwel1in HOUSE
called the Governor's Garden, on theEAST by ... 4 Welli H U
a Public Street, and on rh. WEs bv their Pub- i our Lots of Land. known as Park Villa,
he StProperty is in an excellent situation for within 3 minutes walk of Victoria Park. On
The Property is i an excellant siuton or the- Northemn lot of abovelmd them-a is ai un-
business or other purposes. and abuts an three finished Building. needing nltre Window.,
sides on public thoroughfares, that n th Doors and Flooring to, complete it. The Lots
thorough being detained t b th principal rebounded on the .NorH, by a Lot ,of Eph-
thoroughfair, in the Town. : I fot3
Tenders for this Piopert'n ill bi3 : ic ei vo ral n Motvar. on the Sail! by a Rcad mni by
Sthende r this Popey will e ei Lannd ot the Heirs or Devisees of Susan Malt-
by the oUncleriiguee l until noon by Wood, and on the F-,st by the Pembroke
OF WEDNESD AY Marsh Canal.
OF E NL S.L .. The Dwelling was built last year and is
Tlhe 26th July, instant, pl:-as:rntly situated, bein.z on a hill. It con-
When the highest, if approved, will be ac- tains seven lure-e rooms-three Bed Room.,
vepted. D1twingRoo-m, Diniung Room. Hall & Kitch;-
The Mortgagee will not be bound to ocept ,.n. Also, a large Tank of Water and other
the highest or any Tender. conveniences. The conditions .-.t Sarle ill be
S. BROWNLOW GRAY. made known at the Auction.
Hamilton, 13th .Tuly, 1SS2.-2-'3p THOS. J. WADSON,
NOTICE. Hamilton. July 25, I.S2--.2 3p

A LL Pers-W.s haviiiz HEM ND.S aKnii, anted,
the Es.tate ol the late MAR(;\I{RET
rish, dleceased., \ il: please render their respetive T
.'ieomints to the Undei.,igned on or before TOES.
The 24fth lugust next, I Highest Cash Price will he paid.
And all Persons INDElBTED ro the said Ilstate Barrels Returned.
will please make paiinent liy the same date.
ORMOND ''. MIDDLETON, Hamilton, July 17, 1832.-3 i3p
Hami.lton, '2th I1. .-oce Eec/urs. -NOTICE TO ALL.-

N.Otice tO FARJIETS Tl P.rTlPT!ONS to 'IN .xellen, the
Govenlor, the 1i-,n i..bla h1 ie L,;iislalive
and iOthers. Council, and the !onorlbe Hous. of A-zIsm-
bly'v in reffrenceo to the Pruposed '- People's
T tT teanier" re now open f,,r Simatlures i'l ever\'
HE lUndersigned Offer for Sale Parish. It is earn,-stly re.uesled Ihttat I0'E Fmu1
500 Bushels Coarse ALL will please cone for-.ard andi sign these
rEzak ",A F r"-a"V Ac Pelition-.

Jt 10d. per Bus.--Cash-in lots
of 50 Bus. or more.
Hamilton, July 10th, h 82.-3 3p

... 'J 2, t b -w

H awn il l ;, l 14, I O'r 2.


B.9R Gd ['S BAR Gu-A S!

The Undersigned has in stock and
receives by each Steart- a full line of

FOR SA.LE. r .
IFu Provisions and Groceries
The well-built and last cedar 01' all kiLdIs.
Yacht Aaid, For Sale at very Lowest Prices.
(Late 'Adela.') 2-30 tons,with Sails, &c., complete, F W.T T JAMES,
including Storm Jib andl bran new Spanker, Boat W ES',

Hook, Grapnel and Rope.
The Boat' has just been Painted, Varnished and
put iu good condition. 'i-'ice, 30.
AJ DIAGY, complete,
with scullp, &c., aud in good order. Price, 15..
The Pruperty of the Rev. R. 0. YEARSLEr.

Apply to

Pembroket,1ly 24. 18S'.-

Eagle's Nest

For Rent;

fl A U4 T 1 '
In the 'own of Eamilton.
.Possession give ILth of August.
Apply to



Hamilton, July 24, 1882.

I l IJ O(ti. ,in
SJuly 17, l e.-Jin 3p
Jb'I,, .... .--.. ---

Horses, Carriages and
Carts for Hire.
The Uinder-igned having a fit i:il in the abovi
* Line-. 'ari-i-ges Comfrtlable, Horses Quiet and:
, Drive m itt al:., respecUtii'y- solicit a h.r ral
the t'il,!i eV.i roj .igt.
I Neiar ? Id cete i ), i'.,l' et
SJuly 324, tS2.'.--i m

For Sale-,
At "-Royal Gatzette" Stationery .)rO.O,
'Hendrie',s Petroletm Patent Soaps



Oflthi New 1'. !. E Chir.lh,,
At Shelly Bay. D.V will lie laid

On Thu1r sday next,
27'!h. at i,, o'clock.
A cOLLECTION will he taken iup for the

W nicada,

[L.S.] Jin,7/,j)n/ of Great
T. L. Gallwey, Britali anll I (lUlan,
Lt.-Genl.. Q(UEEN. Defim6A16'' of/1- i
Governor and .n LU.
Cornniuanler-iu. r. j
Chief. ,h (.

, benefit of the work. T O THE HONOURABLE the Members of
IIEFRESlHMENTr of all knils \till be Our Council of Our Bermudas or Somers
served on the occasion. Islands for the tite being. The Houournble
In te renin, Ore will be ve, the. Speaker of the Assembly of Our said Is-
n the venlands tor the time being. The Wor.Thipful Na-
A ("O.V I'ER T thaniel Augustus Butterfield, the Mayor of the
A4Town of Hamilton, aud The Worshipful Wil-
At Temperancet Hall, Cra.l, lIy the Sunday. lizmu Christoph:-r John Hylund, the Mayor of
School 'lTeachers. the Town of Saint George, Richard Jenniungs
.\Jn,iasion 91. Peniston Dairell of Pembroke Parisb, Morris
j Augustus Matson Frith of Poembroke Parish,
floors open at 7 o'clockr.P.) science IT Police Magistiate, Tlthomns Wood Mercer of
Come One. Come All. IHamilton Parish, James Authony Atwood of
Shelly Bay, July 2,5, 1S8,. the Parish of Saint Geoige. Samuel Cornelinus
-.. .- .---- ----.. -------- Outerbridge of Hamilton Parish, John Samuel
A 'st Socials Darrell of the Parish of Saint George. William
George, Police Magisthate. Chirence Pc-niston
Sof Smith's Parikb, Thomas New bold Dill of De-
1st, 2n d & 3rd Au ust, voushire Parish, Alexander John Frith of
Warwick Parish. John Fowle of Sandys Pa-
Baen.enat Room .f B. \I. F'. Church, Hamilton. rish, Police Magistrate. Charles Gray t.osling
-- of Paget Parish. Richard Tyues of Devonushire
It is intended (D.V.,) to hold three Palish, William Henry Wilkinson of Hamilton
Grand Social Parish, Esquire.s, and to Thoii.s Barnardiston,
Grand S al Esquire. Captain in Our Navy, Superintendent
E N T E R T A I N EN T of Naval Establishments: Know Ye that We
S N ER T I B Nt B inS s (S Ig g reposing special trust and confidence in your
n mT di We loyalty, integrity and ability, have authorized,
n Ttuesday, V ednes- assigned and appointed, aud by these presents
day and Thurday, do authorize, assign and appoint you and eac-h
day a-nd Thursday, of you jointly and severally to be Our Justices
The 1st, 2nd and 3r.i August, to keep Our Peace in Our said Bermuda Is-
IIn thie ,asenment lioom of ihe ii. \l. E. Chuch, i lands, and to keep and cause to be kept all
at which time -re will be a choice colleeionn iOrdinances and Statutes made for the good
,It wTOYhtS and FtAN Cr Y ,lbet both usefu l thereof and fl)r the preservation of the same
of TOYS and FANCY GOODS.9 both use-lu 1and for the qaiet rnle and govei-nrneut of Our
and ornamental offered for Sale.
n oraen fr N alooempt the Subjects in all and singular the Articles there-
RE FRESl1MI'ENTS ail. o to tempt the most ,f in Our sai.- IYlands according to the form
fastidious appetites, i andeffect or tu.- same and to chastise and pu-
Dlooisopen on the Iat instant at 12 o'clock, nish all persons offending against the form of
and on the "2nd and 3rd instant., at 5 p.m. these Ordinances and statutes or any of them
Price of Alnrmissin 6J. in Our said Islands according to the Form of
Hami, J ,SS ., these Ordinances and Statutes and to cause all
I lamiilto, July2I, 18'38.- --:l 'those who shall threaten any of Our people in
Our said Island touching their persons or tir-
N otice. ing their houses to p-omie before you or any one
of you to find sufficient security for the Peace,
S--- or their good behaviour towards Us anti Our
'U .. t T 1 I said people, and, if they should refuse to find
S_. rs, I i such security, then to cause them to be safely
S.kept in Our Prisons in Our said Islands. until
Open to All Comers, they shall findsuch s security.
I We have also assigned you or "any two or
On Fridnvy 11th Auacust more of vou of whom any of you the atore-
S-s, .aid Members of Our Council, the Speaker
Poxinim, Im, .', o the Assembly, and you the said Richard
I /th, little *S /n7 Jennings Peniston Darrell, Morris Augustus
-.Tf ..... ./ M'ats.on Frith. Thbomas Wood Mercer, Nathaniel
At I o'clock, p.m., Augustus Buttei lield, Ch-istopher John Hy-
1st and 2nd Class Dingy ines land, William Thomas f Roberts, Thomas New-
1st and 2nd C ss Dingy ne,:,iDill, Thoni Barnurdiston. 4atdn ie ..e .e
6 oared Gi E ranc ee e- i' Boa 10. and lawful men .f our said Islands, by whom
EnTe aee aor e t loai 0 the truth of the alter may be better know,
No Hiiat called tio ent-r for this Ia..c unli., f all aud all manner of Felonies, Tre-.-pass-
the <' i(nr or i er Iion entering If a *tsib.tib,-r es, Finr-stallings. Regratings. Ingrossings aud
*of.,' 1 lo lhe n 11, Extiortions whatsoever and of all and uingulir
All BHor-.s to, b Entered by 8Sih Angust, aci! other crimes arud offeu mea-ured by T.ninage, cs of Our Peace may or ought lawfully to en-
SAt Evan's Bay, QSouth mnpt^on, quire by whomsouver or howsoever in our said
At E s By, SouthmptoIslands done oroerpeetrated or which shall h-re-
West. afterhappeu nto be theredone orattempted. And
We respctlfull olicit the kind patronaiiag of also of all those who in Our Islands aforesaid
the Public in General, and kind fiend_- to aid have either gone or rode or hereafter shall p1re-
Sus in carrying out the ab.w, Races. sutme to go or ride in Companies with armed
Further particulars apply to W. II. S131. force against Our Pence to the disturbance of
MONS, who Las been appointed to receive Our people in Our said Islands and also of all
from the smallest to the la-rgest aaiorints, or to those who in Our Islands aforesaid have lain
F. C. L NAMIBERT, in wait there to kill or main Our said people
a1nd also) of hmtnholders aud ot all and
Secretary or the Sailing singular other persons who have offended
Committee. or attempted to offend or hereafter shall lpre-
24th July, 1881'. surm to offend or attempt to offend in the
~ abuse of weights and measures in Our said Is-
N O|tie lands against the forms of the Oidinances and
.1* Statutes or any of them in that. behalf made
for the common benefit of Our said Islands
POTATOES W anted a.nd the people thereof. And also of all Sher-
A iffs, Constables. Gnolers, and other Officers
The Uu~ldersigned will pay 20, per who have behaved themselves unduly -. I r-
-after shalU presume to behave thems, les un-
Barrel duly or have been or shall happen to be care-
For Ir ri uda Potatoes delivered this week. less or remiss or negligent in tho exce. "..n -.f
y rp JA ,- their Office touching th penises ,'i au, .,
W. T. JAM ES, them in Our Islands afoiesi-tid, and of all and
4-2 Front Street. -.ingular Articles and circumstances and all
H1mlio.., .li A -24, 18.2.-1 in other things whatsoever that in anywise how-
......... ---- soever concern the premises or any of theru
For.Sale by whomsoever in Our said Islands done or
-L ,l perpetratedad or which hereafter shall be done
u N-. p. 3fA IR A t_ or attempted, and to inspect all indic.tmerLtd
A ..RA P whatsoever so before you or any or any of you take
A e s- P or to be taken or before other late Jus-
AnlId larlness-Price 23. ties of the Peace in Our said Islands made or
,\L:-O. taken and not as yet determined and to
AN EN iI P. E make and continue process thereupon
against all and singular the person so In-
'a,..t :'il .-^^ '^ r'. dicted or before you hereafter shall huppen
y' ,"q'.- ,- to be indicted until they be appreheundled,
a'li-.n ".iMB S, --. '* 'V W render themselves, or be outlawed. And to
GOEs IN ADDLI: OR HARNr.-, hear and determine all and singular the Felo-
PR(0E 25 nips, Trespasses, Porestallings, Regratine"s.
py tin MAJO .I'?O r: S Ingrossings. Extortions, unlawful Assembli,.,
espply t,, MA.oR lI''Si )N, r.r., s Indictments aforesaid and all and singular
George's. other the Premises according to the Laws and,
Juy' 25, 1882-. Statutes of our said Bermuda Islands as in the
like case it hath been used or ought to be done,
FO R -nOrNxDrb And to chastise and punish the persons offend-
i L ing and every of them for their offences by
The Fast Barkentine Fines, Ransoms, Amerceaments and other
means as hath been used or ought to be done
L' T dell f" according to the Laws and customs of our said
< tl' -e Islands or tl forms of the ordinances and
E. R. Tadd., Maste.r, statutes afoiesaidl. Provided always that if
i *i. 4il f, t .le (.P u a case of difficulty upon the determination of
S Will or t abov Port about the pmises shall happen to arise before you
Snor any two or more of you then let judgment
The in no wise bn given thereupon before you or
Anal his room re r whii till a nuy two or iarIe ,i y'u unless in the presen.-e
Au.. h-s room for some Freight, which will o, ne of tho Justices or Judges of our' Court
be takf on mo.-rat., tr. Aew PAe ,:, 0eueir-al As.ze in ucr .said Islands. And.

,-,ENG- w oay AlSO r-, ed. .therefore, V' e command you and v.-very of o.-u
Please make earIly application to the C iptani that you diligently so apply yourselves to)
on board or to keeping the Peace, Ordinances, Sta ut.,s and.
T. F. J. I ULCKER. all and singular other the pre-mises and that
Haumilton, July 17, I,62.-2 3p pd at certain days andpilu ces which you or any
-i two or m.-o of you as afforesaid shall allppoint,
Colonist plea copy tiv'ic. you make inquiry upon the premises and hear



THE Undersigned offer for Sale Birrels of
Bright Gro:.ery

At Low Rates for the Cash.,
Hamilton, July 10th, 1882.-:3 3p

Joao S de Amaral, F A Buckley, Richard Bennett
Antonio Cabrel, Brig "Mary Claason," Schr.'
"Golden City," Emila A de Silva,t'Cetano Domingo,
Joao de Fayal, Mrs Fraser, Antonio J de Fr-itos
James Grant, Caroline Gutholm, Henry Hill B W
Hill, Antonio J Luis. Thomas Lloyd, Alexander
Mayers, F A Marshall, Joseph .McLough, $uhr.
' Wm Martin," J McLaren, E Painter.. A H Ruse,
Mra G C Robinson. Win Rowling, R B Simmons,
Jane Smith, Cae' D Loares, Anthony Smith,
Those J Smii h, A S .Sumith. T P Sudergren, Woin im-
mono. Chas E Scott, C T Siumons, Jouathin J
'.uith, 7 J W Tucker, Frederick Wilson.
FICE ,.T. (.LORGE'S. 24th July, I1S0.
Reg-,ina Dears, L--,:. Fradi, Bark "Gay Head,"
GeA riey, R li Jell, MI K-sall, 0G Aullings,
Barqie '*- Minde," Mrs Adrlaide shaw, Sarah ,naith,
W Smith, Schr. William Martin."

and deter mine all arid sing'ilar the premise ,
and perform ana fulfil the sam. id.. form,
aforesaid doing therein that whilh" t,' jus-
tie :appertaineth according to the Law
anid Customs of our said Islands saving t,
ourselves the Amerceameuts and otheti-
things to us in respect thereof belonging
and by thile tnor of thae.t.- Presentq we eom
mand our Sheriff or Provost Marshal Genel-a'
of oar said Islands that at e..ertain days and
tpl-wcs which you or any two or more of *you
!tv aforesaid shall mftce known to him he
uNtIi8r to OLie before you or any two or more-
of you as aforesaid, so many and such good
:and lawful men of our said Islands, by whoei
the truth of the. matters in the premises miay
be- better know and inquired of. And wt
,.ommanad that all Constable. and other Offieets
in our said Islands be obedient, aiding and as-
sisting to you in the.- exe-.ut.ion of-your said
Witness our trusty and well beloved
Lieut.-General in our Army,
our Governor and Commander-
in Chi-f and Vice Admiral in and
,-:ver our Bermuda or Somers' Is-
lands, at our Town of Hamilton in
our said Islands, this twenty fourth
day of JIllyRlS2, aod in the 46th
year of our Reign.
By His Excelleicy'q Conmunrid,
Colonimi' Sectetary.


T ENDERS will be received by
thine It CEtP. GENF.RAL, at Ili OffiCe,

The 28th July.
At Noon, from Persons desirous of Coutracting

For the u'e of the Health Of(ficer'. Si. tienrge'si
lor three years, to e-vnumencl orn he Fii'st of
August next.
"ornisof Teud-i in'., be seen on application
at the Receiver tenara'i' Olfice, Hamilton.
lI-.,eiver Geneoral.
Receiver. General's Orlice,
Har-[illon, J5th May, 1832.

Estate of Mary Burrows.

SOWVS, lait s t !"..'!thainpton Parish in
the Islands ofi Hermuda, Widow, deceased, was
pro% d, in coiio;n for In on Tiursday the
t,'i1 .i ,v of July ',t .J.r: I'T s -, ro
,;ivi iNt.tnCKe to all P|ersona, liua'ii. L- UiMS
aiif'n-t Il,.' I iaw" of ilhe s.iai.'1 vary Burrows,
th. thliey arc hereby rqui-%d to forward par-
ti..ula.rsi .*suei chCl ims. in writing, to me, for
\\VII .A'~1 I.ENi'V I' PlO'l', the. Sole Ex-
e,-utor of Ithe sail \ill, '-a or before
THUR.SDAY the 25th day of u.
gust next,
after which date thle E xe t.nor ba sll i- at liberty
it) di.tibute tlihu as seta ofr the said Mary Bur.
rows, or iny pirt thereoi, havinV regard to the
Cl.iinms of which ihe theo notice, and will [not
be lia :l fr the':.~ or nVy part there 'so dii.
tribuite:J. to any Persoii..f 'whloe CI tim the Er-
ect,.r, or I on hik behalf, shall not have had
notiee at the tinie of distribution of the said
assets or any p hereoff.
Attn aezy foir the ,Executor
Ilamilton, Bermi.iud, 24LthJuly, 1882.


At a Bargain.

A. Small sized good toned

Until recently in ute in ST. PAU.L'S CHURCH,
May bo seet at anytime, by applying, to
either of fhe nndersigned, who will also/give
terms, .
Ch'A urth Wari'ds.


July 10.tb, .18,2.-3 3p.



(Offie at ICE HOUSE, East IBruadway.
T HE Subscribers would respectfully inform
the people of Ilainilton and vicinity that
they arc now prepared lt attend to all Orders
for Ice in a first class ntniiner and at the reason-
able price or Ihalf-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the New
Ice House, East Broadway, a supply of ICE
throughout. the year for tihe benefit of our Cus-
tomers who may require Ice during winter
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
Ice delivered daily (Sunda)s excepted) in
Hamilton and vicinity,
N. B.-ICE lHOUS open flon, 7 n.m. to
6*30 p. ni. daily, Sundnas excepted. when it
will be open from to *'.
East Broaday, Hamilton.
June 20, H882.-tf.

Lime! Lime !! Line !!!

TIME burnt with Cedar Wood
and Coal, can be purchased at the Kiln
in this Town front one bushel to 25 at 9d.:
for all orders over 25, special arrnmiiemeants can
be made.
(On application at .oyal (Gazelte" Office.
Hamilton, May 15th, IS-2'.

('o'0itissIion t. I-.
18 Lead enhall Street.
Personal attention !iiveai tu Couiisilmineatdl of
Bermuda PIIODUC! and thie filling of er-
mudiin orders.
April30, c1881.

1jor AS te,

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

The Question of the day!' Notice.

N EEXT to the all obsorbig political question AT ^eal meeting of the BEt-
*'th& a bsorint neesoas th AnnUD& MUTUAL LIr ASSit,'1t E EStie-
* da y com es, in these modern TiTes i ETY an amendment of Rule 14 was ea.ried to
ihe qnery-\Vhere can we find a good Tailor the effect that /rom and at'7r t.. 30th da, o/f
The Tailor-this modern Promethens who makes Juae ne., t the entrance fee payable by a Mem-
man what he is. It has been said Clothes do ber on election shall be regulated by his age
lint make a man." but man is unmade without at the time as follows :-
them ; they introduce him into Society and keep If under 30 years of age, eight shillings.
him theme. Between 30 & 35 twelve
The Undersigned would respectfully call the '35 & 40 sixteen
attention of their numerous patrons ar:d Public 40 & 45 '" twenty "
hii general to the fact, Ihat their 4 & 50 twenty-four "

IN lSt i Persons intending to join the Society aru
N ewf S t lock Iadvised to make application for membership
F 0 R S U .l .l E R without delay.
S O Re,. Ti eay.
They guarantee their Patrons the highestt Hamilton. May 8, 1882.
standard of perfection in (oods, SlylE, and _
\, orkmaniship. They can do this because the Tr T Tats.
Eatabli-ihment is carried ou by three Prictical -Hats, Hats, Hats.
'l';ilors of experience, who sh-ll always be
happy to ad,.inister to the tamses ot their Cus- One hundred different Styles,
tonmei in a polite manner, and execute all orders Better and Cheaperthan any in Beruda
with dispatch. and cheaper than any in Bermuda.
S1.r. McNEILL & CO., J M. McNEILL & CO.,
64 and 65 Front Street. Front Street.
Ihamilton, June 12, 1882.-tf. Hamilton, June 1, li'2.

*Wanted, For Sale,
To the Printino Business. A ONL "

-%I)PlV at. DOYAL (AZEvr-r: OFFICE.
Hmltnn on, Jimime 10, 18;52

ro arrive by the Steamer Beta' on 12th May
iThese Wagous were built at the Factory of
J M. DeWolfe, Halifax. N.S., expressly for
Bermuda. Price moderate. Ternis accoim-'
Smodating to'approved purchasers.
St. George's, 15th April, lSS2.-tf
TRY the new smokingn g Mixture Calinmet
T .. ... .. ...l.-. ...I


For oleate apply to I Club 1 H. A. Grantham has for Sale.
P1. R. De DARRELL, EsQ. ro London
llumiltom, Novr. 29, 1881.
---.__----- ------- Vi111 Now York per Orinoco," at the Royal
COttao-e to Let I Gazette" Stationery Store,
S~Cottage to Let' p ,.o^_. ooo,,
In Cedar Avenue. Paye p BOOKS,,
PIossession given on Ist July. Ivory and Limp Bacik,
For fiur'her partictnlars apply to Hymn BOOK4, ancient and modern
THTOMAS (RIER. Collier's and Little Arthur's History of Eng-

ila~uilton, June IS, 1832.
QILVER Watches iron 60, to 7. Gold
S)Watche. from 3 to 20. at Child's. Ali

For Sale. Price 20.
Apply-Staff and Department Officers Quar-
ters, Boaz.

Bermuda Veterinary ln-i June27, 2.
*T/ H-------
firmary, hWilliam James Heney,
THEODORE OUI'RBitlDG, D.V.S., Re- Shipping and Conmmissioln Agent,
silence, IIamilton.
E. lKE!l MlERCER, D.V.S., Resider.- -, ihim- Queen Street,
ilton Parishl. HIAMII.TON, BERiMUDA.
-- P1romript attention given to consigunmeihts.
Will visit St. George's Professioually on l'ues-
days-Oflice at G. Spurling, lsqr's. -"Auction 'Wednesdays and Fridays.
Will vi-it roumierset on Fridays.
1?1 id m-t., Hamilton, January 2, 1SS. G 0 0 0C 0 F E E

1Park Villa (near Vi Everybody wants it, but very few get it
toria Park) I because most people do not know how to
Select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these diffidul-
wg! ,g ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
s_.,* "FL.'-.! ....1 "*. i.t 1,..2 ..... :. understands the art of blending various

mm ir~
mitch im

I ILS ,!U{,' IfAUIIC, l AlUCJl|; il
quite New, cut npriet's "ki kii,mis, a
i, a i. rge Tamik and GIarden.
Apply to

House ,- Land Agent.
Oflice Queen Street, IlamilLon
12th June, IleS.
PIANOS and Organs sold on thf Instalment
Plan at E. T. Child's.

Liverpool, Qu'eenstolin, Lo1dona,
and New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line coImIprises
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to ,one Company) in the Atlantic ser vii .:- leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en- ol iCon and steel, except the merely c- I
coTative parts, are divided into water-tight i
and fire proof compartments, and provided-l
with everything calculated ro add to their
safety, and to the comfort un:l convenience oi
passengers. The saloons ;Lud stateroom.s (ail
on the main deck) unusually large, light,
an l uiy. i ,.! table amid genil-ral appoint-
ments compare favourably with the best hotels
in Engliand.
One of those steane' e will sail from New
York every' Saturday. ftr Queenstown and
Livoirpool. and w-ekly for Lonloin direct. fiotiu
New Pier n.3s North ivetr. Rates i of p:t *age
in currency: To Qu-eenstown and Livet-rp)uol.,
,.,i> to U70. To Londun direct (Victoria Docks)
$t0 to $u ; excursion tickets ** U, ,:uriUncy;
Steerage passage i26, cuirreucy. For furtherr
particulars al ply to the Company's Ofllces,
No.s. t,, 71 amid 73 Broad\\ ay, New iork.
Manager k, January 27, 1882.
New York, January 27, 1882.

flavors. Tbhv are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (in thA bin, ,,not iimund,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each package contains the
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
and purngent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will.suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
*,/ l ,ulitil, hai,:ti.f, qua ityl, reaso atible
ir',i',. J]./ y,o r ro.'er .fr T'harber's
cr,..Iit.ed ('f"e'te in pjOm ,,d ('Ipakye, -"" Su. 3-'"
*,r -V,. 4.." Do not b.- put off with any
other kind -your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the '" Ideal"' Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
:mud cheape:-t coffee-pot in existence.
Or-ieerb who sell *:'ir CoflAee keep theti
Ask for descriptive circular.
lspectfully, &c.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
imporit-.-, lholesule Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dkalors in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
tere-t to muniifactmi e only pure and
wholesome goodil: and pack thiem in a tidy
.ianil sttisiactory umann r. All goods
bctaring our name ace guaranteed to iu,
of superior quality, purr al u 'iolt- i'".,
aunl dealersaie authlorised to refund the
1 purchase price in any '.ase where custoim-
eis have cause for dibsntisfaction. Ii is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and consumers t.o use Thulh.rsr' biatd-..


Always oimn S'le at Royal Gazette" Depicitary
a lull supply iof PUBLIC ,CHOOL BOOKz.
First, second, Third and Fourth READ-
ERS, Geography's, sc., &(;., &c.
COPY BOOKS., s'i,.'Led numbers.
I amiltuu, 1' .
('HILD'.% Jewelry .-tore is Head Quarters
for Waltham Watches in gold or silver

Morden's prepared GUM in bottles, with brush
and top
Lead Pencils Steel Pens
Ti-sue PAPER-assorted colours
Violin STRINGS &c., &c.
I Hamilton, July, 3. 1882.
protection against FliIfE
Can be obtained from the
o/ London,
SOne ofthe longest Established and WVealthies
SOhlices in Great Britain.
Through thel lI ANuHI OFFIoCE in the-e
fslands, a Saving is effeetcJI to the Insured
) f the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on HEAL and PIRasoNAL
SPRt)PERT'Y lor3, 6 or 12 mouths.
NoFkA-CS and no C.lAKGE lor Policies.

Hamilton, September 9th, It, St.


(i CALUMET CLUB" Smoking Mixture
Silvery nice. Try it. H. A. Granth-
am, 46 and 47 Front Street. -

Dr. Bryan's Electric Belts.

IIt S A .r

SE LF~- 'I_ R A 'I"V S



Chronic Nervous Diseases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
sical Prostration, Brain Troubles, Patalysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorders, Impotpncy,
Liver Coiu;plaints, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
i Headaches, Female Complaints, Premature De.
ca, sh

THIS woaderlul discovery in the application of
Electricity enables the sunf'eer to give scien-
ifc attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's laws. The belt acel by aid ol be the heal
and moisture of the body and evulve c.,Itilauoa,
currents that infuse the sv.ystem with the vitalizing
element until the di-ea'e is overcome, and a re-
cuperative pruceis establihtld.
'T'he Electro-Maguetic ('u lent,as evolved by Dr.
Bi yan's applia.cees,streogtheus the nervous system.
give force to the brdai aud digestive Iluncion, re-
store list or impaired power of body or mind,
whether utisiug fiom acts of imprudence, sickness,
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlete, giving all pa ticular.s, seut
on application. Orders received through any re-
epouiible Cummission house, and in ordering Bend
measure ound the waist aud state the nature of the
complaint, and a euitable appliance will be bet.t to
order. Address:
1-47 E. I. :r New vYJ.K, U.S. .

Cofdee drinkers should read the adveitisemen t in
another column headed Gut 'fftr.

By a Family resi
Now\ Receiving ex Barque '- Lydia Please apply
Cardell.'" from London. Hamilton, July
A Consignment of ----- --
4 Cases WVell-Assorted auoth- olun he


To be sold at 9d. per lb. R tonic and re
J. H. ROBINSON & CO., tath, a reviving sb
Agents for Messrs. F. Allen & Sons, For warm nale
Prize Medal Steam Confectionery. WATER.
Hamilton, July 10, 1882.-3 RIAM EL'S TF
CHILD can supply you with a reliable Clock IMiAEIL'.S J(
-from 8/ to 3. All Warranted. grant Perfumes.
gives thie hair a 1
agreeable coolness.
Toilei Soaps in bi
United States Mlail ,Steamers. ROSE-LEAF and
--- boxes, barrels and
FOi FR I ?R I O A, i L_ H|I!l1EL'S AQ
Sand ipreserves (lie
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN, iweetensthe breal
%.'''11'tural Air purifier,
y thean ili. : livn d re
and Eucall-nims F'

WYOMING, Tues-lay. July 11. at 200 p.m.
ARIZONA '* IS, at lifl) a.m.
ABYSSINIA A 25, at noon.
WISCONSIN AuiuIst I, 6'00 a; m.
ALASKA 8, at 12-30 p.m.
WYOMING 15, at 6'00 a.m.
ARIZONA .2, at 10-: ) a.m.

Tt.u above Steamers are built express!, Ifor
the Trade, have frie watertight bulkhead-, jid
carry experienced 4 icers, Surgeoms andii ;,,.:u -
ardle- ses, Trie ",alei .,i ,Acemm'iintmoialionsi :re un-
'ur'pa ;oed by ant,y Atlantic. teanclrs, ai:' tiie
Stati lio'immis are oni main deck opening in: tIe
'alour thus secmuiinr that grcat co'ml-irt in
ocean travel, pErj'eil v,a'itlilion and light.
mokiag Itooui, Batuh Room and liano on
oe.cli .teaiiier.
The LU. S. Mail eatner "t rinoco" Irom
.er -ada, iThu-tdat).-, g ener.adl\ ;iftivesat :'iw
York m .lon.'lay,, aid Pa--en-gers' hbagage can
lie tri -,rerrd diireer to ti-. Liverpol St,.*
saili ,,i- .'
29 Broadway, New York. ,
New iork, Junei 9, I:2S. .


is c an ntitailing ir-medy tot" wounds of every des-
cription ; a certain lemedy for ulcerated le-
burn", sealIls. brui-es, chilblains, scoibutic |
eruptions, and pimples on the face, so-i andl
inflamed eyes, soru heads, sore breasts, pill- .
It also entirely removes the foul suiell arising
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 13Ad., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11ls.
and 2'2s. each ; and his
PiLi I.;E t N'I'I-S'iOPIH ULjLE O ,1I
Proved by more than sixty years' explrienme I
to be one of the best medicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
:old in Boxe, at 13i.., 2.s d., 4 s. id., Ils.
and "22s. each.
Prepa'red only by BEAC I & BARNICOTT.
Bridport. Doiset, I:ngland, and sold by all
Medicine, Y\ein-.ors.

Cheap R leading.
A. tfw copies ot tihe "' S- UNBEAM

ReeeivelI Irom Londoin mind .. Sale a 1' Royal Ga-
zette" Stalionery Store.

L ^ I Af '

L 7

'U ~i~rn w -

I. i'rincess ol' \V
ouleward des ItJlii
May 29, 1'.',7.

,ling' in this Town.
* at this Office.
i:-, 1 -2.
should read the advertisement in
;'a'leil ,,.,. Cufrt.

.ILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
fereshiug adjunct toIn the Toilet and
cent and powerful disinfeciaat.
s it is invaluable.
OCKR'Y CLUB and other fra.
beautiful .loss and impaits an
- to Ihe head.
'i'UCE, COAL-TAR, and the
mrs or cakes.
d other TOILET POWDERS, in
QUA.DENTINE, cleans, whitens
teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
a Irrarnit Powder which diffuses
t're.-hi.rg emanaiiomis of the Pine
Perli'urnr by nppointment to II. R
iales, 96, Strand, London and 71
enI Pel'i .




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25 ~ 5 19 6 1,:3 01 310~s
126 WTI19 b 53,1! 1 1J 4
27 T1 C20 66 -'1 215 6. itu i.t-i'T
2)8 Fri.5 '21 6 51 1-1.5I .541
Q9 11~a5 -"2 0 i50 14 b 41'2
.30 sk :!- 22 6t 50m15' 7 30 4'.ofm T yl,
:31 Ut'5 .Z.3 6 4 "11 t I V l~
Full Mi....u. 39 dVhour, 421 i~iUlte- Al.M
'1'. mH uuu~ ~u;i lmAzi-. i ~i, ul.Iislied

.C1tolLiii tvtcn' h r u'ent

AT H.IM :!*J.IF~j

WVnerr' PDldflL L,itrd-1-11s, &C., will be
jpriujtrJ d IM 11-- :hM EPI 1101. Iore. (CII
ri~. UO.aBOYLE. & ON eLt. Itd, ',Io'er
Stret t.

2 Arragnmienls for deliver',' in ,ny par. For Sale
of the Island can also he made.
Rob G.-Lee & o., A House and Lot,
Ot. G. Lee & O. C in the Town o/ Hamilton,

I I.
j;~~*flfJ ~0 5r

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115,0 l
'0; s-

04 Ei -0
s M0 E
O'w Ka -a 2 () ,
84 1. Li
CO) 7 d
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celebrated for nearly i c.utury past, is of
the very best Enghb manarla.tur.. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the fuollowing
London. 1862. Pari. 18867. Cordova, 1872.
ULtna,1872. Vienna. 1i78. Philadelphia. 1876.
and all other odoure of the finest quality only.
II Strongly recommn .' i, being more lasting
and fragrant than the Germank inds..
celebrated for so many years,continues to be
made as heretofore It isi strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use-.
a noW and indispensable Toilet accompanl
ant, and most refreshing Perfume for the
ad other Speeialltiesand general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealer
throughout the World, and of the maaii.
.3. & E. ATKINSONr
84, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List Free on Application.
TI Iuu S.-fP'heasas rd cautioned to avoid
omur t ei1 by obsrving that eacti article is
labelled with the flrm's Trade Mltark, a Wlite
Roo, on a Golden Lyre."

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