The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder

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The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Place of Publication:
Hamilton Bermuda
D.M. Lee
Publication Date:
Three times a week[Jan. 1910-Dec. 1920]
Weekly[ FORMER 1828-<Dec. 28, 1899>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <Apr. 2, 1901>-Dec. 1909]
three times a week


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Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
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No. 4.-Vol. L.II. oST~.T SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES 24s. per Ann

IinaudISloD, IHcremude, T",uesdag,, Jaifuairy 27, I IS0.
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THE CHURCH IN BERMUDA. or whether it may not, for good reasons, be confer- andTWavy among us for the tioe being, may take ,ittice .I l Li 1o3 01 jOIuIoolBl.
A NEW CHAPTER. red on him. Those who hold to the church being an equal and lively interest. ON
The visit of Bishop Bermuda is, the established in Bermuda might see in Dr. Jones -_ ___ _
opThe visiting of newBishop Jonesto Bera mostuda ibeingappointed to a seat at the Council Board a CONCERNING TI E E8TATE OF ORTY-FOURTH YEAR,
one for the church in these Somers Islands. Bish- e. atouof their conviction, while with hlI- S cd potatoes Frcderick us u 11 EST STRAND W. C.
op Jones comes amongst us under a different an- inc~njI I hmove w n b u uar Insdtiuted 1837. Icoiporated 1846.
thority from that of Bishop Spencer and a fter- Bihp 'pener had his expenses ptaid as Arch- Iuea.' I. -teer,
wards of Bishop Feild, both of whose earnest la- deacon of Bermuda, BishopFeid'sr(X200) weremet Phe Undersigned effiers for Sale t. George's Paris (Deceased.) ,
bours'are held, in grateful remembrance. These out of-the Powder Fund, the Bermuda Public Con- Bbf-Sg George's Parish, (DecePresident,
oursare hel grateful remembrance. Th ingent Fund, (so called -from a contribution in ... Bbl. Rough 8lin ;:in.. E I o 7:. 11 1) 0IIOUG IITON, .0 .L.
prelates were directly appointed by the CI own to ge .IFcl I, ) IIO GI N,.'.L.
the see of Newfoundland. Spencer, when Bishop powder being levied on shipping for theAearly de- (Li" T OE LI. ,n, havin.D.TDEI-ND .gaill,
Designate, was Archdeacon of Bermuda; and, oned.nce of the Co The Synod have voted 0, I -2te above nmed Etate wilHUNp n Impression of an iporn lvedend er
On Bishop Spenceratio heseslands were attahedto the opone som 200 per annum, which will come out t eiriespective ACC tothe Under- l y U AT KS, q.,

nation, and conferred on th. Church Synod of ifernit-te Bislots eis a SnWING MACHINE, No. 3, is now Waid, t.h/, insdthe National Colleoion ; a copy Y
see of Newfoundland, having previously formed the Clergy Fund, drawn on the capitation principe rady, with eall w h latest improvements kcio wn t .-hv no. beere at ste snnioter t;aoell
part of the Diocese ightof Nova Sctia. Bishop Inglis from hePubi Treasury (enjoyed y dissenters o i Mcine Art, and some important eo the iir of Oe G uinea ete" ill rcei

01 ,ler that his demise might not placeIthe church in was largely -!. t on .the Colonies, and ones peculi-so it's own. --).*riber of Fiv, Guineas performed' several acts of consecration, as will ap- well aschuchmen). "The Ph s Lodge" is, PlanterPersotns INI) I' will besidesry a chaeihe ofa Prizenat thA reinuil
alsofoundlaudat a dsadvantae. a the free disposal of the ih.,. having been J. eel e that w KE ca N heasemake payment by same date. ar he the Pe, ith five s in

pear referene to the severalfParochialRecrds left by rs. Jonston ba for t h-e, and ure a n hich for ranS perfection and Town of UI t, rilnon. A payment T. o ne
On Bishop Spencer's ht:aA.iti,.,u'from Newfound- confirmed by BishopFeild's will. I i-t':''l' Ec~",drir n in so of II ioTant uS, en.a- di
laud to Jaai, p Fil as calle to the at somearrangement can be carried outth al variety of Work, as l f ngth iih .. to an India paper lerd proof h wo
vacant Bist p', to which Bermuda continued tos place o hthe house nd er t epei control of the Bermuda ndp er of ur e. sithut A E T O chances. \ -

op K.elly, however zealous wanted tret of con n chil wok it i ijury. No Family onainin Pension per and Certificate of Amo oe riz wi be e rih t selct a
e attached. In ru.cion policy carrie ld of m issionary labouerpetuity of t large exhereBishopofh of al Peron hvinfod the RANe wINll be Pulin a ronze Group
out with rfe nc to the urchin Canada and in the Church of England in Bermuda.iecutor h dienceof LNAord ChesterfieldTU-

Siuth Africatil l-Crownwaivd its n right of nrom- Not only does Bishop Jones come here un .T r.- e itte ilder aItorelain
nation, and conferred onlith Church Synod ofdifferenttenure to Bishop Fild, b a lso under FAMILY George's, st Jny., p, From .alpicturof. byof 11. lte. 11. .
BishNewfound land, powers...h i among other rovi eeetered cir cumst dances. At the time. of Dr. F eils E ING IINE, No. is now L aid, Uin.'-the National Colletion;a copyl
to these Isan ed by i, amoity of manner n heCi were regarded as large ready, ith all latest improvements known fof which nia b... seen at tior treork.

is suded eloqu ence, leaving a favorable im- i through. It was thefelt that the one service, Opposite A st Ofe, milton. O 1). 'P l fR L EE

press on ameodngd or money Governor forroi ss i o n P r : 131h, 8 I0 G0 e
in er that hisdemisemight not place the church in missing field ,and money ol ted for issionary to ir, Maeliin Art and some important i h l G aee" ee
N 1fondlae t a disadvant sge, 1ccs,1 Feud 1 tor- lpu se o as l y onthe C i e, For Sane, Che7p for oCr-Jrury c e ooFi iyA SL V.t ,e -.e-
ganized a synodin ih usn al f hrm, and, feeling the l rgymen tooo good ripe scholarship, and more or We eel confident that we can 1. N te7thInstant, in or ea t pr the PII te, with five ,.es in

fundnd and ei.wrre, in :.,d..r tanflint the church a 1 b o g V; : nn 13, 1880. A M a kt W.o -on
necessity of a usista,:e in his active duties, ad a less enthusiastic, were to bead for theory re- MAC N, hih for range, perectio, and f L t ,i theI ld; ,iu'.-Appl:ym at "Royal Two ette"
olegaldut appointed in the person of Bishop Kelly- p, tl,.wit by the industrialandpolitical variety of \Vork,as wellasfi.r i. ength,oii-h, to an Indiapaperetred proof ,ithtwo

1iAlth o r h cuchin Unfortunatmely ish- expansion which Engl and haseri e, theiCo- ai d power of E u an is ATi pt aastv.Aen 'ue sn a".aw H ..9. .
tht Spri~g <.f 19 th,.teesitiuaChrch Synod Pembal isth th. tn..tE1 t ..l, L 'urance, isP ith,' a re, gIfh. .,', I sh and in i.-, d in chances. .
wasop K elly, however zealous. House oft Aembly of C- lonies have been more and mo:c ft t i A t. c s irending ':, purchase will N'nd (by encn has argly icrease.-

Bermuda, where tehl as been v erd conseatve of shes pdid n .o r,: c omm fd Pembroves UPa eris, caslvln I b t ,) a seve te l *-l,,-I dAsiyed, o evs ah atefrmee h zw bh alryhi P selet
common teo him taoe. I was deemed impolitirnc to do, n mehe and our ceswi liaty G ll and ai. ai- Peni the nedresudrhoe aws a hae i t r.ed 'As lhet iht t.) selct
stittry chuircm en, .atracted money and ui-i-iu.rfathewm l shouldbe without one, a1s the prices are within y so-called ", 61st Regiment.)ich re V UAx- SuWOitable for Cl or Hot ne of the
lad. thosnne toowhoonsidered it dangerous toly in- Ti h therefore remained merely a W ets Aour
him, wfrom aconp ictiild, with his known treth ields of-missionary labour- :,. Tld large ex- tis no reh of alpe Gaery pu ersonrehavin and od the ame will be Pula are lorizis ; a lre roze Group.
chchere from Bihop Feild' death, Jn anedbusiness of country has drawn aside Oe of the Undersigtou ing ed tachineskes as in consumers have cause forn leaving them t the A New YokCA, rom e lr Meni Rh-
to the present time. To impulsive chur-hm from the Church many good scholars and able m en, nin use in Bermnuda fo r over five years with- ,oyar tte 'interest of oth dealers .d ,, r d t.ri NAulA pply So M; T
i who, in times gone by, could have found no such Vout neeerling any repair. ['.c ',.n' may be made
oudelandy was not by any timeans palatable, in outlet When i Fill arrived in Bermu da b isaleased the Photograph Gallery consumers to useJ T B. pI '.SiT, tte Boat Buildern., i. Ieorge'a
Bieel Kel ly, on his departure i several visits the erection of 'IriuI v Church, Hamilton, was one "itK. &F. B. THER & S. er's. a' Nor., 1s79.
to these Islands, and their itv of wherever a nd Nayi' ,nd, l. li potionoftheIcolon l.tonf which h l turr's of and Dealers in FO Io d
his subdued h eloquence', leaving a favburable im- l redic. i live.o tsee successfully car- trait adscap e nhot. Wert .sid., eade nand r works.
curess hei ow good govem t, wernor the lefroyast ed through Itw as hefel thathhe one service, Oppose it Post r c, i 1a NI, Eop ParkE

risk of infringing any ouGthe ancient rights a ry P Prh Chb c Having brought with him all the latest style s T PHETON -I -*e s
an arivileges of the peot eur pleman and took a -hasad interest lena'i g and .-,'. Appearance; War- of work and the most improved instruments and T y. PI r Be
hlutary influence in quieting unnecessary, but yet -ohu wa:ts .-.!-.''arIde et;Sandythashad fancy btck grounds, he feels confidet he can w
honestly entertained fears; so that the church now and new spire with increased accommo give perfect satisfaction to all wthananyho may favour ono BU
enters Govtenor, or any successor, indeed, isncour- goinS coithi, l itsad a hnewtowerreched; St. hi ith thir .n.e. HE Undersigned hf lately 2 La e and powerful farmn-
likagemento do. shUnder atronage Bisho r Kelly oe i h w ais Parish Chuch, pd Tu y 1'.ult, t arrived from Ameica i .n a thor-
made several eort to rally churchmen inBermu tPrish Chuches not mention e hs lso with him is toos d necessary ough knowledge of the PAIN IN
Srin fith ua Sur ades e did not allow for the rd have ofthe Island whichW having worked at hotogrph- for a ited share of the ePublic r,.Olcro.i tn,
daO Bihop Feilds death, Bishop Kelly, under eer P olit igand Watchraking for over 10 years, wi the HMASTFR, 4aken the ,, in Parliame st, SAal
thepreviousnanction th e at the church has since a. (half of the urchas far as he feels he is capable of .ivin latly occupid by AMO., were all 2
in Bermuda, on came hissuccessor, but Bermudaid, beinght t N. first built, ad th Orders will meet with prompt attention. theerms N i theAre
noextrabeleft with hus no part of his charge. n:tesf t]elae' The m. rit f tl e re- Worki:'.i in Watch or Jewelry line. left at his moderate. tte"
legal means of prc'idihfr for due qi ,-,[1 super- they desired', o ever 't' ''-.It 'vu1 .... '-d'" 1?e.Ii Ipdof n"'.'. .p
vision though chuopK elly's healthhadimproved, he -fun dsW.liy by the principal fami- Gallery will meet with prompt attention and WILLIAM S.HATCHAR
t"nerlt age e ofd assisfane in the insre h inxs te Island, acound1Ai a 1.. mden j.h, I amilton, Der. 2, 1879.-3hass. I ii. S79.e e .
.,Ves, --"'-A I:^ .... '-^ p ,.'-.,.- .A p!0gresihas been made* I'ihi a Jew '" I" '.
.'+ V. .." .. ",-" ..- Felld induced front. abr-.:-d 111 :, _-t t hut,.hof
lt'ch in'. her onservative 'course, itwas not until iuced f" a. "n in the art of Presrvin Fruits, Ve-
tn h pre exw, t t" tu-he ug church Syno d Pembni wit t libt .ricet.i'u ..t ifew ad, E osii.-uer'P.alf=re (, C. oia, Fish and It, Qe' -,in:ic,,t dinc. 0 TSae.,
was incorporate. The House of Assembly of reiarins the same, the t .t tuence ih has lary increased. I
Bermuda have alwaoyp been very conservative of ""proved a check to extension toac waywhil oe r ie Yo l o N r 0
the libe'rt of ti. ;bjit. any act of legisla- schemes did not commend themselves. Under calling ..: I ample 5 to y ethaenotgcnotallylle P, UN
tion at alled calculated to I ttail tIhat pivIlge has these circumstances the defection of a sectionof the have at last found a ( i- IJewelry e. soebrandsare not,
usually been regarded with the greatest suspicion, oloured portion of the community to the B. M iot tti ir
and.has seldom b1en p i'l. The English Parish sect was a timely relief, and their own building is Accounts for the past (our years, needn ot. l.iii.IArimr91
sdnsted ha h poin-t, n e lmentiofoe h n pus-h on to completion. Te idea was en- Ne ivnWe lyinpjrte from lng
system has been pin't. t since the e settl teiro neg ota m i-chrodsomin nexnd to iIle I .a o ER Bi DG E Cr-OS.,
Bermuda, where the church has been regarded as tertaied thatTriit rch might eventually be '. r ed Sre.
common hiitge. It was deemed impolitic to do made tho Parnh (t'I. hioh of Pembroke Parish, as Invitation. t ol ci by pcsh i.
anything to injure the rtiglts and ptinileges ofh ae b the appears byt proviso in the Deed of Trinity lyC ldieoralland aeelbtml e vneiednaturAlso,ii al'rg- catdc
community. Churchmln in Beiuda are 'here- Church, dated 1845, rc -.;'inrc that power to the :Reid Street, rexot s Vct% ti :i-'": .Oflice.- frsand re ate r ally foster 1 E D.Ri G RAH'F 0 1 '

lraasu No t natural m y feltsrong exc e 1 19 fresher,, e more ipe latable and- wholesome tA LM A N AK S
commcunnt.n)eri l-ore-r 1, i 1R 'E,"F"R-,IeE,. ...e0 2 a .ce T .e H ,r PT Ir>. *x
dietary churchment of the province occupifathers weby his pre- Legislature. t u nnaturally manyfelt a strong" leave 'erex- Suitable for a this Port oksub or in 1/9. ee
before themr an ll alnt Iimudt wy reason. There at tachment to the old Parish Church, while.the manp s or sa dr eing i FbI ne oaf
di hagi h tien h rr al--m----oc t wi itso r o... .o-- P sed for sale d uring.. ,.:'-
wer om those t rgouwh rs consid reditwfoundlangerous to in- .t1 madeitdesiraletoretainitsuse And ill call kets. All. GALLOWAY Head \au. l.N. *
corporate a, Church oruganii ation Withplenary powa Triei"v hchhtther1efuore,, remained, mereOly a N W OD BURoT La 'E. antipoe e i ti
tlc knowledge, hapl"ol 'f Ease. nut only to Pembroke but also to na e .-tore- guaa ted t be 1 '" I i 'u liif ...Ii's,
of thelengyarenot asabodyjudiciousconservers Pg ,the mlervif i in, hdld when there. is no Tin Type Gallerypu n lhleiei C.-fLIF
personal freedom. Hpence th hiatus in the service inthese Parish h. Trinity Church Bushels Hard Stone Wood refund the purchase price in ay asehere thooh bred, one er d, im d from

The BermudaSynod vemadethepresent tm.Tchoice uvi the m e 0scontribations, and pews can be held by those e in ID or l rised
totheapre nbet me. To impulsive al dur h u t th e is, ad e be e the nin annouecin to the lbbiI of Bermu- therefore, to the interest 879t. othOOMSdinalesnd ftrle. ti..cula, .pplin t .)i Tl
the last bfou y ears. Bishop Feildawas a.member out of theo Pa rish, hd reefrom the da that he has leased her 6 Fr hotorant St., HamiGalteryconsumers toin Deme HU ER's B., Apply at the "oy. a- e 1. O e.
preme head toaid their efrts; and, wherever pews'in Trinity arn oupied by the Officers of the f lr. J ohn logan, where he intends carrying II & F. B.HU E, & O., S. 2e.r's. 2- Novr., 1879.
they turned, there seemed nothing but oippusitiulb Army and Navy n,! :. a I cr-_ portion-of the col- 011 '\_.imfcc hirer- Of acd Dealers inFo,,d I ,.lducts.
and a series of legal dise.:,uragemeits. -11t. L,-lieve oured people,' whose means do not admit of their :Portrait and Landscape Photo- West B,'d.,c,,, Reade and 'ltid-o, O* ._'i- ale,
the delay has proved most beneficial, and has led renting pews. In neither the Parish .'h,,( h nor ...Ie-er1eairYork,
to thec church acquiring sud .ient legislation to se- Trinity Church canvisitors, who are able and will- ographyg8, \I Ecc e 2.iDe3,;1t879.--3ies1'r7-
cure hie wngood eove mento iut, the least ing to pay, obtain pews for the term of their resi-
risk c-f infriuginig any of the ancient rights and dence, an evil which certainly calls for some soet of i.c all itts Branches. ,aX til latetNsty e ceTe2S, 0 N op Pa
privileges of the People. Patiencetoo;.hashad its ei.] -Cy. Pg.t's arkih Churi has been consid-+ ljavicig romght with him all the latest style +P \ INTI N Gi +, I,,-o ,eas
salutary influence in quieting unnecessary, but yet ,rall tenlarg aml hrpli'..eil in+ appearance; War- of work and the most improved instruments and Ii':,r P II.E FON',2 Se ... -
honestly entertt church now wickhcs hadi c nIDw t'lardd,; Sandyshashad fancy back. grounds, he feels confident lie can Concord BUGGY .
enters onher new chapter with far more encour- a chancel and new spire with increased accommo- give perfect satisfaction to all who may favour IE Untrrea |,iUGG
agement than. she could have previously done.dati,; Smitih'ja.- lad .aneMwtower erected; St him wvith their oio cccc.cge.. te
True the future is agreat and uncertain experi- George'shas anew Parish Church, p,,illyi.ut t, arrived from America :ii,|,,. hca thor- c-_
ment; but, if we enteron it with an honest deter- while t*e other Parish Churches, not TMentioned, I'has also with him his tools and necessary ough knowledge of- the PAIN IlING 'I;LTq ,--. '1
irination to do it justice, we need not fear with have b1-ii mtcintoiiI (n t in "their full integrity, and "__'._,_k-4 tit
r r h o n iall the Church Yards have been kep tin, proper or-R Bao-ighs-I! lft -
rOn Bihop Feild's death, Bishop Kelly, under Idder. Bermuda has, since Bishop neild'sfirst ani- ndJE\ IY,havingworked at Photograph- for a limited share of the Public f,,tro.,:.'i ,. I _"_
the previous sanction of the Newfoundland Synod,e val, becoe a more important naval and military tig and Watchinaking for over 10 years, with -laving taken the 14hop. in Parliameit .,trn,.
at once became his+ successor, but.Bermuda, being station, and more regular steam communication great success, be fees he is capable of giving lately *occupied by 1U Il. (ANIOU.r, where all 2 handsome C -I'S
extra-territorial, was thus no part of Bie charge. in inpurtan%, to. the a-ri..iultural .,ni gnt-! Il perfect bcthb B businesses. Orders will rneet with prompt attention. Terms- I Ayeshire'-
Although Bishop Kelly's health had improved, he iu.erests ,f tie place. The rm:- c.,rity f tie r(ei- Work' in Watch or Jewelryline left at his moderate. -
'felt the want of assistance in the more 'exposed ,i-ut p,.puh tiu,,act, ina betterciieumtan,. and thl Gallery will meet witth prompt attention and CA -It_. -
porttiens of his diocese. He therefore requested ,:,uthk i. ,re entiuraging than i a. t moderate charges. Ilamilton, Deer. 23, '1879.-3 his. ICA
the N ewfoundland Synod to elect a coadjutor, as S.til thet l.-pIl ar- uot utfi.c.ieutly .well to do I.), L. S WA IN, 1" c, 1... ... In edigteeui'r ee a d
he himself had been. Proposinga caur nt a- pree- support any expensive Cluchib E t`abli lch; Iut. PtA rih e Cr 17, lAildle," @,r r G.\Nlch Pe cAR
able, Bishop Kelly proceeded to Englanc, with a Even assisted by a moderate public grant, what has 2 ,:.-r M, "tl',.i. ._"
view of securing a person for the post. He r'- been done in Churches and (." altDc A It89._ H FS Pipe COLLARS
turned without effecting his ptivpce, andic ,A~i.-,d entirely due to the liberality.Qf a few, and, consid- Corner of Reid and Queen Strnet,,, VI P: BI. NKETS, ;&c. --
'withoUt meeting the'-Synod, who d.:-le~sat+d-ing then thesize and ability of the place, a good denl 'i -
bishop of Canterburyi and the w Bishop of London. land would form two or'three fair city congrega-N 'e6 WORLDe Now Iece ving ex [imuda," ALSO MOMENTLY EXPECTED,
ThesEndowmenteFud wasdthen BihootiiLdt, butnthe ions, andthe ministering to a scattered few is more ____ From London via New York, a further 100 BIs. Choice New Y,,rk Sl.te Garnet seed
peopleof Newfoundlaudu.ppleiututed it. ,othatat difficult than attending to a collected many, where G ,I l E1 t L PA-\RIS UNIVERI{AL EX- _supply of .. o' i r o i2 s
selected by the high delegates just mentiond, and It is not generally known how heavy are the paro- ..Ba ''178. r.50MBls. Bah CUANO, the
confirmed in his appointment. .Bishop elly has chialcans, particularly on the R'-ctor',a." Pembroke |, i ** W W 5 .ertilizeraninpered.l S

advanced him. Probably on the part of the ew- the Legislature might not renew the Clergy Bill now excess 1 S,(,00,000 lbs. The .L MA

Jones is e~itled ex-e/Jcio to the same distinction, only the` resident population, but also the Army. N ovember 19, 1878, \iTN 5RCIE.Jaitn e.1t.89






the Gibbs' Hill Light at *'. riutl, i. between the ISth
and 25th January, 1880: height above the sea being
246 feet at its base.

N NW G 6114
N 4 62
w 4 68
sw 2 69g
s 4 70
ssw 4 71
NE 2 64

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Geiteral Remarks.

Cloudy, stng. breezes,
rising Barometer
Very fine
Very fine
Very fine, lgt. breezes
Very fine
Very fine
Variable weather with
drizzling rain

MONDAY MORNINo.-Although the weather for the
-past week has been mostly fine, the Barometer has
shown it to be very unsettled in our neighbourhood.
The Numbers used to denote the Wind's Force, and
Symbols to express the State of the Weather are those
now in use in the Royal Navy.

llnmutla (. tettle.

HFitillon, Jauttary 27, 1880.

Proceedings of thle Honorable Le-
gislative Council.
Friday, 23rd Jdnuary, 1880.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Prese.nt-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Augustus J. Musson,
William H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Joseph H. Harvey,



5James T1ucker, Recr. General, and other matters, was held supreme from his .. .
G.S. Tucker, calm and dispassionate judgment. In 1862 the Th meeting wibe open to who may desire
Randal E. Webster, Colonial Parish of Pembroke did itself the-honor of elect- atten.
Secretary. ing him to the House of Assembly, where he
ta continued to sit-being in frequent attendance MRS. JAMES TRIMINGHAM'S "AT HOME,"
Adjourned to Friday next, the 30th instant, at and always when a vital question was under -' INGLEWOOD," PAGETS.
11"30. discussion-till the spring of last year when he On Thursday Evening, last a large party were
resigned. In 1865, on the retirement of the most hospitably received and entertained at the
BERMUDA. Hon. Alexander Ewing, from the reverence in spacious new mansion of the Honble. James H.
which his opinion was held, he was solicited to Trimingham, which overlooks Hamilton Harbour
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable become the Speaker of the House of Assembly, on an acclivity confronting Fort Hamilton, to the
A rcan honour which he declined from his business South of the old Cottage with its well known tam-
House of Assembly. occupying his attention too largely. At the arind tree. The night was, especially favourable
Friday, 23rd January.-M r. T. F. J. T tucker time of his death, Mr. Saltus was a member of for this hearty house warming; no wind, clear moon-
moved that in consequence o! the recent death of the Parish Vestry of Pembroke, and also of the light, and a dry and genial warm atmosphere. If
John Harnett, Esqr., and of Samuel Saltus, Esqr., Vestry of Trinity Church. For some years he auspicious omens must be looked for, they will sure.
for many years members of the Assembly, the House was Chairman of the Vestry of his native Parish. ly be found in the glow of such a festive gathering.
,do now adjourn as a tribute of respect to their He was one of the promoters of Trinity Church The hostess did her part with that ease of manner
miemory-which was agreed to. and disbursed the greater part of the expendi- characteristic of her. Dancing was freely indulged
Adjourned to Friday next. ture. To the Parish Church he was a liberal in-the music being supplied by a portion of the
contributor-the iron gate of the new cemetery Band of the 46th Regiment-in the spacious sa-
Order :- being one of his gifts. His kindness of heart was lions opening out on wide verandahs, the lower bne
Wrecks and Casualties Bill. evinced in many ways, his charities were bound- being canvassed in and decorated as a Chinese
__lleless and unostentatiously bestowed. Not many Alley. 'Tween dances the upper verandahs were
Court of General Assiz. days ago he strove to sign a draft for a benevo- resorted to for the cooler air,' and delightful view.
Court of General Assiz- lent purpose, but failed, in this his last attempt Midnight revealed a brilliantly lighted supper room,
C L CI N E ON, to sign his name. There are many who make various coloured candles, on tables tastefully ar-
: SPECIAL CHIMINAL SESSIONS, t is nranffect gre son; ranged with floral fascinations and appetizing
Th Aoe er, o oG E more stir, and affect greater profession; but ranged with floral fascinations and appetizing
ST there are indeed few, who move on in the active dainties. A toast went up for the continued hap-
MONDAY, January 2G, 1880. world, with the same solidity of character asdid pines and prosperity of the Trimingham family.
Before his Honor JOSIAH REES, Chief Justice, our late respected friend. The Merchants masts Lady and Miss affan accompanied by Lieut. Car-
m n penter. A.D.C. Colonel Gordon, R.E., Mrs. and
and the Honorablbs EUGENIUS HARVEY, and JAMES and the Shipping had their flags at half-mast. In Miss Gordon, Chief Justice and Mrs. Rees, see-
H. TarIMINoa&m, Assistant Justices. looking at the Mail Steamer Bermuda," moored sGordo, Chief Justice and Mrs Rees, seve
The Attorney General, S. Bxowxow GAY, Esq., nearly opposite the Saltus Warehouses, we were ral Members of the Legislature, distinguished
presented the following Indictments : forcibly reminded of the progress, which has strangers, and representatives from all the leading
The Queen vs. John Thomas Chandler. Three In- marked the period from the time that Mr. Sal- families, Civil and Military, were,,presentto do
diatments for Larceny. True Bills. Pleaded tus entered on commercial pursuits. There honor to the important occasion.
guilty to each. were many traits in Mr. Saltus' character, which BT
'guilty to eacNo. can profitably be held up to the imitation of BERKELEY EDUATIONAL SOCIETY.
The Queen vs, Thomas Deacon. Indictment No. young enterprising business people. Pursuant to announcement, the first General
&o. Larceny and receiving stolen goods.-Bill Meeting of the Berkeley Educational Society was
not.found. held at the Town Hall, Hamilton, on Thursday
The Queen ve. Thomas Deacon. Indictment No. 6. THE LATE MAJOR BRIDGES, R.A. evening, the 15th instant.
-Bill not found. Major Bridges, Royal Artillery, who died at St. The Rev. Mark James, Rector of Pembroke and
The Queen vs. William Mugford and Charles George's on the 15th January, was the third son of' Devonshire, was called to the Chair, and opened
Mount Stephens. Rape. True Bill. the late J. T. Bridges, Esqr., of Walmer, Kent, the meeting with prayer.
The Court stands adjourned to this (Tuesday) and St. Nicholas, Isle of Thanet. He was born in The object of the meeting being stated, and the
The Court stands adjourned to this (Tuesday) 1839. Entered the Bengal Artillery and went out minutes of the previous meeting being read and
morning at 10-30 o'clock. to Calcutta in 1858 during the mutiny. After a adopted, the order of business was proceeded with,
__ __ very arduous hot weather march he reached Pesha- as follows:-
CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON. wur. Volunteered for service in China and also on lst.-The book was opened for membership, when
ENTERED. the North West Frontier, where he served with the twenty-five persons paid their entrance fees,
Jan. 21-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York; force under Brigadier Chamberlain against the five of whom paid their annual subscription, mak-
assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox. Wuzerees in 1859.60, medal with Clasp. In the ing in all 28.
26-Brignt. Glance, hill, Martinique.-To B. W hot weather of 1863 he commanded a heavy field 2nd.-The Election of the Committee of Manage-
Walker & Co. battery (elephant) and after his return home served ment for the current year, as per Rule 6, now
CLEARED. in the depot at Sheerness, subsequently at Wool- took place, and the following Gentlemen were
Jan. 24-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson, New York; wich, Purfleet, Tilbury and Jersey. He was ap- duly elected, viz.:
38 boxes beets, 4 boxes cauliflower, 42 boxes & 76 bls, pointed Adjutant of the 1st Renfrew Artillery Vol- Rev. Mark James Mr. E. C. Jackson,
potatoesh, 120 pkgs. iquors, 1 bo shoemaker's tools, unteers in 1875 and on promotion left England for Mr. Samuel Parker, Sr., Sml. P. Richardson,
felt2 pkg. hardware, 2 cases mete 1 keg nails, crate Bermuda where he only arrived in March last. J.H.Jackson, Jas. T. Nugent,
He was the inventor of a clinometer for elevated S. D. Robinson, Aubrey J. Richard.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. coast batteries and the author of the "Gunner's Wm. H. T. Joell, [son,
ENTERED. Pocket Book," a scientific manual, for the use of J. H. Thomas, Thad. MeCallan,
Jan. 23-Royal Mail Steamer, IBeta, Shaw, Halifax ; Officers and men in the Regiment he loved so well. Hy. T. Dyer, Win. H. Trott,
English Mail of 6th inst. and goods for Merchants.- ---- ------ J. H. T. Jackson, Chas. N. Gibbons,
Agent, J. M. Hayward. IRREGULATITY IN THE MOVEMENTS OF Saml. Parker, Jr., Thomas Furbert,
26-Brigt. Lulan, Johnstone, Halifax; coals, to J. M. THE STEAMER "BERMUDA." R. H. Duerden, Robt. F. Burrows.
ayard. CLEAED. She was due at this port on Monday, 19th inst., There being no further business to occupy the
Jan. 23-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Jamaica; mails, and was appointed to leave again for New York on attention of the meeting, the same closed with the
and 30 hibls potatoes. 22nd instant. Benediction.
26-Brigt. Bertha, Hammett, Halifax; inward cargo. She arrived on afternoon of 20th and left on af- Immediately after the Committee assembled and
ternoon of the 24th inst. It appears that the Corn- elected the following Officers, viz.:
PASSENGERS ARRIVED. pany decided to dock the Bermuda at New York Chairman--Rev. Mark James,
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda on 20th instant from and replace the propeller, which had been in use Vice-Chairman-Mr. Samuel Parker, Sr.,
New York :-Chief Judge and Mrs. Foster, Mr. and for more than two years, with one of a new pat- Treasurer-Mr. Samuel D. Robinson,
Mrs. A. Allen, Miss H. E. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. tern, known as Hersch's. This was done, and the Secretary-Mr. E. C. Jackson.
Oman, Mrs. De Coetlegon, Mrs. S. A. Bigelow and loading completed, in time for the vessel to leave The amount received was then paid over to the
Master, r.igeC. awolle.andisMrB.. Rawolle, hildMrs and on Friday, the 16th, when a dense fog set in and Treasurer, and the meeting closed sine die.
Mrs. W. E. Talbof, !rs. J. 0. Fowler, Miss A. Van delayed her departure from New York until noon This noble enterprise being thus successfully
Volkenburg, Mr. H. F. Malcomson, Miss K. Malcom- on Saturday. At Bermuda, taking into considera- launched on its useful mission, the co-operation
son, Martha Saunders, Messrs. J. Maltbie, T. E. tion the value of the time to the ship, His Excel- of all is desired, and a well known liberal-minded
Nelmes, 0. W. Shanly, W. H. Harnett, C. H. Stone- lency the Governor fixed 11 a.m. on Friday, 23rd, public are looked forward to to bring it to a suc-
banks, Captain Dearborn, Captain Matzen. for the closing of the outward Mails, and the ves- oessful issue.
In'the Mail Steamer Beta from nHalifax ;-The Right sel was to go to sea on that day. As the Bermuda S. D. ROBINSON,
Reverend the Bishop of Newfoundland and two servants, had been sent by her owners to perform the duties Acting Secretary.
Rev. John Wallace, B. M. E, Church, wife and two of New York Mail Steamer, a survey by Engineers P.S.-The book for registering members and re-
clil~den, Mrs. E. D. Tucker, Miss Tucker. Mr. W. from Her )ajesty's Naval Establishment at Ire- ceiving subscriptions is open at my office.
Martini.---ad abin, E. W. Weight, Melvelle Smith, land Islan ,in behalf of the Colonial Government,
Those. Bowes.. was meanwhile egoinx on, and Superintendino Mn. _- *.--AHQ Ai'1 45.B h

In the Mail Steamer Beta for Jamaica:-J. B. Mor-
row, Esqr., or the firm of S. Cunard & Co., Rev. J. M.
Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson, Miss Morris, Miss
arid Master Thomson, .Mr. George and Miss M
A. Stairs, Mrs. W. H. Mara.-2nd Cabin, Mrs. Hen -
rietta Blyndness.
I In the Mail Steamer Bermuda, on Saturday last for
New York :-Lady DeBarr. Mrs. C. R. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Fowler, Captain Dearborn, Messrs. F. Palmer,
H. D. Morkil, W. W.1Darrell, 0. Darrell.-2nd Cabin
J. A. Hayward, E. Hall, G. Rogers, G. Paraydyon and
4 in steerage.
H. Y. S. Northampton, bearing the Flag of Vice
Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock, Kt. F. I. S., Capt
Fisher, left on Wednesday last for Barbados.
H. M. S. Tenedos, Captain E. S. Adeane, from Ply-
niouth via Madeira, arrived on Wednesday last.
II. M. S. Contest, Lieut. -Commander F1'. A. Moysey,
from New Providence, arrived on Saturday last.
II. M. S. Sirius, Captain Sullivan, hence at Halifax
on t1th.inst., and left on 16th for Englaud.
It is said that I. M. Ships Plover and Zephyr are
ordered home,

wam niva*a -BnivOgviur ---a.- Arrival of the Envtli* isjit ox u. *
gineer Lloyd, fortunately for all concerned, disco- 6the Instant.
vered that the main shaft of the vessel (this shaft The Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw,
is 10 inches in diameter and turns the propeller) The Royom Hal Mifax, with the English Mil Steamer Beta, Cail of the 6thaw,
exhibited a flaw threatening entire fracture. A Jfrom Halifax, with the English Mail of the 6th
special survey was ordered by Hlis Excellency the January, arrived at St. George's on Thursday even
Governor and the suggestions of the Surveyors as ing last. This Mail was brought out by the Allan
to strengthening by semicicular bands were put Steamer Manravian, which arrived at Halifax on the
into practical use by the kindness of Capt. Mores 18th instant, after a very pleasant passage of less
by, R.N., Superintendent of Her Majesty's Dock- than 10 days.
yard, who permitted every haste to be made, and His Lordship the Bishop of Newfoundland, came
the vessel by these exertions was enabled to pro- passenger by the Beta.
ceed on her voyage on the 24th as above stated. The Beta goes directly to Jamaica, and will return
_______________ thence, about the 6th proximo.
J. B. Morrow, Esqr., of the firm of Messrs. S.
VISITORS AT THE HAMILTON HOTEL BY Cunard & Co., of Halifax, came passenger in the
LAST NEW YORK STEAMER. Beta, and proceeded in her to Jamaica, to corn
Judge L. F. S. Foster.............Norwich, Conn. plete the necessary arrangements on this the
Mrs. Beta's first voyage on her new route. We
Mrs. S. A. Bigelow and Servant.... Boston, Mass. understand that a Gentleman, much interested in
Master S. Lawrence the welfare of Turks' Islands, has taken passage
Mrs. Fowler....................New York City. in the Beta, hoping to prove that the return voyage
Mr. II. T. Malcomson...............New York. from Jamaica through the Turks' Island passage, is
Miss Kate not that dangerous one which the owners of the
Mr. John Maltbie....................... do. Beta were led to believe. The steamers from Hayti,
Mr. and Mrs. Orman.............Pittsfield, Mass. and others from that neighborhood, bound to New
Mr. S. W. Shanly, Royal Military College, Canada. IYork, pass through that channel without the least
Mr. Geo, A. Dearborn........,,...Brooklyn, N. Y, inconvenience,

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15 0-14 81 0-00,
16 0-05 -
Total 3-15 Ins.
Rainfall, December, 1878........................8-86 Ins.
Average Rainfall of ten years 1870 to1 Ins
1879 inclusive ..........................4-77 J ns

Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Connaught
and Prince Leopold have joined the higher grades
of the Free-masons, and taken upon themselves the
forms, rites, ceremonies, and symbolism of the body
known as Knights of the Temple and Malta in
England and Wales. The ceremony was performed
at 33 Golden Square, London, where the supreme
council have a hall and offices which they devote to
Masonic work. The ceremony of admission was
performed by Col. Shadwell H. Clarke, sub-prior,
in the presence of a distinguished company.

It is our painful duty this day to record the
death of one who, for many years, has been a
prominent member of this community and the
personal friend of the Editor of this Gazet to."
On Thursday last, about two o'clock, Samuel
Saltus, Esqr., of Norwood, breathed his last,
calmly, and without a pang, surrendering his
well-spent life into the hands of his Maker.
The esteem in which he was held was attested
by the large number that attended his Funeral
on Friday afternoon, when the last solemnities
were performed in the Parish Churchyard, Pem-
broke, by the Rector, assisted by the Rector of
Smiths and Hamilton. As will be noticed in
the proceedings of the Legislature, the House of
Assembly adjourned on Friday out of respect to
Mr. Saltus' memory. The subject of our notice
was the youngest of a family of eight, six sons
and two daughters, who have all predeceased
him, and with him the family, identified with
Bermuda from its early history, becomes extinct.
Very early in life Mr. Samuel Saltus entered
into mercantile business in co-partnership with
his brother William, under the firm of William
and Samuel Saltus, which continued over fifty
years, until the death of the Senior Member,
when the business was conducted in his own
name, actively until within the last few years,
when declining health only permitted his occa-
sionally visiting his office and warehouses. The
transactions of the house were widespread, and,
wherever they extended, it justly enjoyed the
highest reputation for honour and integrity.
Mr. Samuel Saltus was of slender stature, of a
pleasing though somewhat reserved manner.
He delighted in the charming family residence
at Norwood, and took no little pride in preserve.
ing it in its original integrity. Acquired by
Norwood, the Surveyor of Bermuda, whose
house stood near the present Bathing House, the
property passed by marriage into the Saltus'
family, by whom it has been continuously held
and occupied.
Mr. Saltus' position in this community was
one of marked trust and reliability. His opini-
on-not only on mercantile, but also on political

The Right Reverend Llewellyn Jones, D.D., who
came passenger in the Beta, from Halifax on Thurs-
day last, was met on his landing in St. Georges,
by a deputation of Clergy and Laity, and was
conducted to Government House, Mount Langton,
where he still remains the guest of His Excel-
lency Sir R. M. Laffan.
We understand that His Lordship will take up
his residence at Bishop's Lodge to-day.
Bishop Jones attended both Morning and Even-
ing Prayer in Trinity Church on Sunday, occupy-
ing the Pulpit on both occasions. Being the Con-
version of St. Paul," he gave some plain, practi-
cal observations, on Conversion, and in a neat pero-
ration stated that he had come here on our invita-
tion, having left Newfoundland with a host of good
wishes; that he desired his work here to be equally
effectual and acceptable; that, though he had been
only a few days in Bermuda he had seen sufficient to
satisfy him that it was an entirely different field to
Newfoundland, that time would be requisite for
him to understand it; that he prayed to be endowed
with a correct judgment, that he regretted his
other engagements made his visits necessarily short
and at intervals, but that he hoped his work might
prove beneficial. In the Evening, taking his text
fro overbs iv,J25-" Let thine eyes look right on
and let thine eyelids look straight before thee"-
he pointed out, in simple and forcible language
how every one should aim at an object in life and
seek its accomplishment despite all collateral hin-
drances, thus tending to the chief end of man, the
glorifying of GOD, and the enjoyment of everlast-
ing happiness hereafter. The threatening weather
in the afternoon prevented many from attending
the evening service.
Bishop Jones' delivery is of a pleasing colloquial
style, his voice strong, though not powerful, is
sweet and clear, while his medium stature and
robust build seem to add force to his language.
4 We have been requested to state that there
will (D.V.) be a special meeting of the Synod this
day, Tuesday, at one o'clock, in the Trinity School-
room, for the purpose of approving an Address of
welcome to the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and
of Bemu da

gF The Bermuda Hunt meet to-day, will be at
the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, to finish at Mr. Hurd's,
Woodlands, Pembroke.

Arrival of the New York Mail
The Mail Steamer Bermuda, Captain Wilson, ar-
rived at her wharf in this Town, on the afternoon of
the 20th instant.
The Bermuda was put into Dry Dock immediately
on her arrival hence at New York, where she re-
ceived a new propeller of the latest and most ap-
proved pattern, and was also cleaned and painted.
Came out of Dry Dock on Friday morning, the 16th
inst., and left her Pier the same evening at 7 o'clock,
for Bermuda, but was detained until noon on Sat-
urday by a dense fog. Passed Sandy Hook at 2
p.m. of Saturday, and made Bermuda at 10 a.m. of
Tuesday, the 20th.
We are indebted to Captain Wilson, and Mr.
Purser Gale, and Thomas E. Nelmes and H. F.
Malcomson, Esqrs., passengers, for New York pa-
pers of the morning of the 17th.

XNT OF H. M. NAvY.-Many of our readers in
Bermuda and. Nova Scotia will be gratified to
learn that Dr. Watt Reid (late Deputy Inspector
General of the Royal Naval Hospital, Ireland Is-
land,) has been appointed to the post of Director
General of the Medical Department of the Royal
Navy. He entered office on the 15th of this month.
LECTURE ON THE RHINE.-The last lecture o! the
course, under the Patronage of His Excellency the Gov-
ernor, Sir Robert M. Laffan, R.E., K.C.M.G., on the
"Rhine, its Fortresses and Castles," took place on
Tuesday evening last, in the Mechanics' Hall. Lady
and the Misses Laffan, and Lieut. Carpenter, A.D.C.,
were present. The Lecture and views met with Lady
Laffan's kind approval. A very fine selection of Sta-
tuary, with photographs of Her Majesty the Queen-
from life-and from Boehm's celebrated marble, and
those of the Earl of Beaconsfield and Bismarck, were
also exhibited. Dr. Nelson's Lectures have been well
We understand that the Reverend Frederick
Skinner, a native of Bermuda, has been appointed
by the Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia,. o a Living at
Lunenburg. His late congregation at Faulkland,
part with him with much regret.

Our readers will find Dr. Nelson's advertisement
elsewhere in our to-day's issue, concerning his lec-
ture on "London, its sights, &c.," to be delivered
in Somerset, on to-morrow (Wednesday) evening.
An evening cannot be more profitably spent than
in a visit to the world's greatest city.
Paris and its beautiful scenery," will be sub-
ject of Dr. Wolfred Nelson's Lecture at Theatre
Royal, on Thursday evening next. It meets with
universal favor. London will be given the
night before, at the Masonic Lodge, Somerset.
A general Lecture on Travel abroad-for Adults,
to be followed by one, for children, will shortly be
announced in these columns.
Arrangements will be probably made for two
Lectures at the Royal Naval Theatre, Spar Yard,
Ireland Island. "The Rhine" and "Ireland,"
will be the subjects. Ireland met with a very hearty
welcome in St. George's, a few evenings ago. In
fact all of the Lectures of this course are well se-
lected, instructive, and popular; if possible, they
will be arranged for Friday and Saturday Even-
ings of this week-to be announced by handbills at
Dockyard and vicinity.

This match was played, under Association Rules,
last Saturday, on the Garrison Cricket Ground,
Prospect, the Royal Engineers winning a very well
contested game by 3 goals to 1. The first half of
the game, chiefly owing to the excellent 'combined
play of Von Donop, Wood, Rawson and Tower,
the Royal Engineers had very much the best of it,
but in the last half the 19th played up hard and
nearly equalized matters by two fine rushes, the
ball in each ease only just missing the R. E. goal.
The return will be played shortly.
RoYAL ENGINEERs.-Heneage (goal), Pilleau and
Tyler (back), Nichols and Sergt (- back), Von
Donop and Wood (right), Tower and Lutyens
(left), Rawson and Sergt. (centres).
XIX.-Phayre and Hadow (back), Pvt. Gor-
man (goal), Eden and Sergt. Jeffers (right), Ken.
nedy and Maloney (left), Handley, Fearon, Searle,
and Chauncey (centres).
Umpire-Lieut. Carden, 46th.
that an attempt was made on Thursday last, to float the
Barque North Carolina, with the view to bring her into
port, but that the anchor, which had been forced through
her bottom, when she ran on the reefs, fell out-though
it was thought to be firmly secured in position)-and
she settlV down in comparatively deep water, head
foremast. .
MR. EDITOR,-Please allow me a short space in
your issue of to-morrow to contradict the impression
on the minds of many, who have been led to believe
that, as my name did appear among those of other la-
bourers in last week's "Colonist," complaining of sol-
diers interfering with our duties in assisting to dis-
charge the Barque "Bella Mudge," then laden with
corn-that I was totally ignorant of any such communi-
cation until I read it in that newspaper; neither did I
give anyone authority to use my name so libellously.
Your obedient servant,
St. Georges, 26th Jany., 1880.

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At 26/ per Ton,
SM T1HS COAL at 25/ pr Ton.
hamilton, '25th Jan., 1880.-2 3p.

For Sale

Li) The House and
LAND in, Warwick Parish, Ielonging to the
Estate of the. late GEORGE J. PATTON ; bounded
on the North by Land of Mrs. Aladalin
Lightbourn ; East, by a Tribe Road ; South, by
the Main Road, and West. by a T'ribe Road.
The HOUSE is a Two Story one, and has
Four Bedrooms, a large Drawing Room, Two
t'arlours, Two Halls,,One Sitting Room, Pan,
try and Kitchen. There are about Six Acres
of LAND, on which are a" Fmuit Garden and
Two Outhouses; and, as the Road ~n the
East of the l'remises will shortly be improved
the Property will be within a few minutes walk
of the Salt Kettle Ferry.
For further Particulars apply to
3. J. HOD SDO.N.
No. 2 West Front Street, Hamilton,.
December Ist, 1679.-tfS3p

r SuA l11pplenelnt. of 4 Colu1mns
accompanies this isiste of the Gazette." It
contains among matter of moment a most

DIED, suddenly, at Norfolk. Virginia, on the 3rd
inst., of eartht disease, in tihe 60th year of hisa age.
JOHN HARN&sTr. ESQR., a nation of these Islands,
leaving a brother, two sons arnd two daughters and many
friends to lament their l,.s. Mr. Harnett had, but very
recently, gone to the United Slates, hoping to find
there some position in the mercantile or other line,
whereby be might be able to benefit himself in a pecu-
niary point of view; ..ut alas it was otherwise decreed,
for in a foreign land, the dread avenger took lhim for his
Mr. Harnett was very much respected by those who
knew him. At the time of his death, and for some years
before, he was'one of the Representatives of this Parish
in the Colonial Assembly and out of respect. to him the
House of Assembly adjourned over from Friday last to
next Friday.
........, at Mount Holly, Now Jersey, U.S., on the
2nd of January, TILGHMAN, only son of the late Rev.
Octavius Perinchief of Bermuda, aged 15 years.
S......... in Devonshire Parish, on 23rd inst., after a
short and painful illness, Mr. Isaae Robinson, aged 48
years; leaving a widow, 11 children and a large number
of relatives and frier ds to mourn their irreparable loss.

for these Islands, will be holden

The 29th instant,
At 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
Clerk of the Peace.
Hamilton, 26th Jany., 1880.


A Promenade Concert
Will take place at Mr. Thomas Basden's Resi-
dence, Mangrove Lake, Ilaniltor Parish,

On Thursday next,
29th instant.
Admission 6d. Children half price.
A Band will be in attendance.
L, S.,
flamilton Parish, Jany. 22, li0.-1 pd

Bermuda M.Jutual Life Assurance

the above Society will be held at the
Masonic Hall, I amilton, on F lII) 1Y EVEN-
ING N EAXT, tho 30th, at 6 o'clock.
Secretary and Treasurer.
January 26, 1880.

Notice. *


On Friday Next,
The 30th Tnst., at 4-30 p.m.,
To consider a proposal as to the necessity of
separating the Rowing Department from the
Cricket Department.
Members f both Departments are particu-
larly requested to attend.'
HBonorary Secretary.
Hamilton, 26th January, 1880.

S 1ahjou. B rvidges, R.lA.

A LL Persons having any CLAIMS on the
9 Estate of the late MAoR T. W. BRioGEs,
R.A, are requested to forward same at once to
the President of the Court of Adjustment, R.A.
Lieut. R.A.,
St. George, 19th Jany., 1880. .





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B y PDiiblic Au tion,, c S. i(K DiSn, BORDER. OF THEMORTI-T-AEE.
OSn owrll i'l -anex Commanding, ~ .. --- -
29th inst., At 12 o':.,M., A "T' E t0T THE YOUNG LADIES AND GEN- The- ,-rsi-d
100 SUGA R T-f C ro-HAMS TLEMENeOF ST. GORGE, r a le forE
010 Haf Blfs. Family BEEF THE RESIDENCE OF Willgive eOSeries of l. .. ,,
SQrtr. Bls. Soused Pigs' FEET f o F. 7r e'.' -n, -, W .
5 Qrt. Els. Sone TRIPE .i.PT E
2) Bls. Garnet POTATOES "5000 LATHIS At 12 o'clock, The 31 ,:[O -Ty i.nst,.
65 BIi. Pilot BRE4A.) AT THE WAREHIOUSE OF The 31 t .au ,y inst
S1 American STOVE .' RIw. C. cC A F ..
2 rs. EarlosHal TATOE The 3rd Ferary, On Thursday Evening r: A v,
i, Tubs Flil,;,, TTTTER. THE WHOLE OF HIS .

20 Doz. 3-1l. Tins Roast BEEF
10 Half Boxes Sur, erior TOBACCO, 14's
5 Qrtr. Do. Do. DO. 6's
5 (IChets O,:,l,,ng TEA
lu Boxes Assorted SOAP
2 Half, iNs. BEEF
56 F..-t N.-w MOUL.DTINCS

In part as follows:-
- 1 AS i in Wnliu lt
A C-14*- .-, \--i A- -1 i P.. I" 'P,4

-.-. -. -. U... .i psy, centre mill.L it.'.
1 Cedar Row BOAT, 14 feet keel 4 Hii.,-orim- it.l.-il,
A Lot of I-orse CLOTHING '-1- xx30
c(arriage Whips, &c. Ladies'Lap Rugs 1 Pair Silver C-NDL'TT)ES
A Lot of FURNITURE, &., &,., T i CLOHS B B
belouging to a Gu-ntleman about to leave Aim CHLAIR,4 ORN.
.: the Islands. _Flower YASES,&c., .
And many other Goods that will appear at ower ,
the sale.

; The Property oft the late SAMUEL
SALTS, Esgr. :
.: 9 : .
s quiet and gniitl], in Harness,- and
has been ridden by a-Lady
1 CARRIAGE, to seat four
1 Halifax WAGG-ON, do. do. do.
1 HARNESS, &.,. *2 HauldCARTS
S2. COW one
of which is very superior.

h Oxford FRAMES,
TII(KS with shades

No. 1.

Bed ('LOTH I N, complete
Mois.uitu Net and Stand
I Large WARDROBE, hanging :id shelves
Wsh Ha Iu STAND and C 'r-i KE RY
1 Sit:ill TABLE, with Drawers
1 (Chini T,:ilet SET
1 LargI'Iallsome ,MIRRORC
S1 Cl,.theAir.:-r BATH

D Spriing Hair MATITRE.S, &c., com-
M,-,,inito Net and Frau.e 1 Dressing Table
2 Wash STANDS aud C(R.)CKERY
4 Cane Seatd CHAIRS., Tab- and Cabinet-a

fl E 1 eBilial. Ee-bt:ad and ILattrt-iss
i HOY o, E BEDDING. Net and.Frame_
Very superior for saddle or drat, HALL.
1 CARRIAGE, to seat four ABLE andCLOTHS 6 Chairs
I Good HARNESS 46T Mattini" Chandelier for 2 Lamps
The Pioperty of 'MA.J. RICHARDSON~ 46th --
Regt., about to leave. the Islands. DININGO.
B. W. WALKER. & CO., ABLES Dining and Arm CHAIRS
Hamilton, Jany. 26.. 1. 80. Dinner SETS -Biekfast and Tt SETS
"m' China LAMPS
AUCTION NOTICE. 1 Handsome Dessert SERVICE, complete for
A'T IO... 12, atd piiiile, an
mi c -WTUMBLEPrS Port and Sherry GLASSES
The S, of F Uirnitu're, Water JUGS Ice PLATES
-I f h- Cll.,ine and other GLASSES' DELF Wate" FOUNTAIN, &c.
s J IAmerican STOVE, little used
... ... 1 Kerosene STOVE V
- CARRIAGE, HARNESS, COW, A large Lot, of Co,.,kinlg UTENSILS
&e., :e., &c., with Ham,. Fi-h K-ttie-
L r 131:i Meat SAFE 1 HnT-TnLirii SAFE
S11T I' .I IfI 1 Kitchen DRESSER I Ice Cream Freezer
THE PROPERTY OF &c., &c., &c.

And, if not previously disposed of,

19th (P. W. o.) Regiment, -
On ariv ofthe Troopshi i Quiet to ride or drive with
( Ti-df th cereii-icte of -,iundness
S"Taa1 Starlio.ipe TRAP, to at. 4
S-The day of Sale and particulars will be 1 Good HARNESS
made known by "Royal Gaz.-tt.-" or by Hand Riding and Driving STABLE GEAR
Bills. --
Auctioneers. 1 50 Inch BICYCLE, little used.

Hamilton, January 2o, iSSO..-I

'Will be Sold, at Auction,
On the day following the disem-
bark-ation iof the 99th Regt..,
If not previously disposed of:-


^ 1 IDray -2 Carts
8 H l G la

And various other Articles, the Property of
the Officers' Mess and the 46th Regiment.
President Canteen Committee,
46th Regt.
St. George's, 26th January, 1880.-1
For /ienurara.

HP Undersigned puI'pose-

'" Should Tuesday prove unfavoral.,i. the
Sale will take place next day R: in o-:r Shine.
Hamilton, .Taainiy 26, 1880.

Notice to Importers from
S TillEB \RQUt;

lenry J. \atlin;-ton. Mala'ler,
Is expected to leave London for Bermnuda
Beltwen the 0th and 30th March.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of this
opportu'ilty of -ein;,, FRItntlilT OUT D)I-l
R ECT< would do ;ell to forward their Orders
by next Mail via New.York, '.. 'virig here on the
6th February.
The fast sailing qualities of the Sir G. F.
Supiour" are well known, and further coinnent
is unnecessary.
London Agents,
31 Great St. II elen's.
Hamilton, 24th January, 1880.-2
Colonist" copy twice and send bill to J. H. T.
& Sons.

or Lease.


FOR THE ABOVE'L PORT in Paget Parish, next West of the Rectory.
Early in the ensuting Month, to Re- Has three Acres and a half of
turn direct. L A A D attached.
For Freigit either way, please apply. Possession can be had in 1''ebruary next.
SS. 8. 1.NGHAM. Apply at the "' lRoal G ,zet,-" Office.
Hamilton, -any. 27, 1880.-otf, Pagets, January lI:t,, 1880.-.Jp.t.o.o.

tOI. h roximo.

P. E' i.TAT11N. From lNarcisez.
O. OVERTURE.... Nrarcisez.
TABLEAU ..... "Narcisez" (Act 3, Scene
. TABLEA.U. ".N.tici.-?z" (Acdt 3, Scene
3. ELEfrTION.. .",Dentche Liader."
. TABLEAU ....." Germania." "
T RECITATION.. How the Lawyer got his
[patron Stint.

10. TABLEAU ....." Lil.iudekinhdi (Act 3,
Scene 6)
11. OVERTURE...." Rob Roy."
12. TABLEAU....." Rob Roy" (Act 4, Scene
5 and 6)
13. OVERTURE..." The Unknown."
14. -TABLEAU ....." The Tuktin.,vw" (Act 3,
Scene 1 and 2)
15. SELECTION..." English Songs."
16. TABLEAU....." Britannia."
SDoors open at 730. Performance at 8
By kind peis'l0-io11 of Colonel Bennett the
String Band .:.t te 4';th R-gii.,-nt. will per-
form between the Acts.
Refreshments to be had 11 iung the intervals.
TICKETS to be had at the Store of W. H-.
Griset,, St. George's, anl at E. T. Child's
Esqr., Hamilton.,
2/, Unreserved 1/6, Back Seats 1/.
SSt. 's, 26th Jany., 1880.-2

1.:,Now c,","ui.l by Timiithy Srynour, Pil.:t,
.uutiin'.g about half an Acre of L A. N .,
oiun' I-,d on lh.- North by a Publii: C'ros
Road, on th: 8.. l.,v Lid i ..f th heir.'; ,r
devisees of WVilliati M.:rn-, (Pilti: or tlie
Ea-t by Land of the hli-ir- ,ot iJvis.e tof
('h::U.i l.-5, 1..w t.t, and ontl.c- W.-.t y Lan..l
of the heirs or ,vii-.-s ot William M.,rris
(M1 L~st<,r a,;',.lei ,l ", .....:. .... .1.
The highi- st T.--nl.-r i" rY..,' will l., *c-
Part of the purchase nioiie-y irtiy be s:-ureil
by M.irtgag-.. Title uxiix<.-ptiiiable. .
Hamilton, 12th Jany.., 1880.--3 3p


All Persons who have saved, or
who may .*v 1I',,ntioiis of tle
Mate riial s or Car o
Of tihe Strai:d.-l Bark

Are reiiii-'e to d.hliv-r the ..e, iin this
Town, l'ss of time, to the Under-
Any one found ,.n.-':,:eding ;nvy of the., said
Materials or Cargo will le- pr:,s-.ited.
The former Cri-.Wvf t h :- s.i Ship hav'. b,-' n
paid off and the Captain i- n,:,t re.spon'ilble for,
any del-bt in,:urred .,y them.
HIIamilt,:,n, Jany. 15, 1l.. .'.--2 3p:


i. otatoEs .!

T.. L E PO TA TOE S !!!


An Evening in London,
With Photographs, Statuary, &c.

D. ,.JJ mm i)f, r. ,T
Special Correspondent, "Daily Graphic"
&c., &c.,
Will d-live-r his Lecture on LoRdon,
Its Sights, &c.,

The- Le-tfure will be illuTira-.l by po.e-rfull
apa iat u.. The views are thrown on a screen.
On Wednesday Evening,
January 28th.
Reserve Seats 2/. Genei:il Admission 1/.
Tickets at Door. Lecture at 8 1iunin-tallvy.'
January 26, 1880.-1

T ol', 2,-li 110D I T

An Ev'ng in Paris
With Photographs, Stati:uary, &c.

:IM. WOLPMED 1? Z01.SO19
i:,,pial Correspoiidi.4it "Daily Graphic,"
&C., &c., ,&
Will deliver his L'.c:-ture on PARIS,
Its Buildings and Scenery.;
The Lecture will be illustrated- by powerful
apparatus, the views are thrown on a" screen,

Evening, January 29th.
Reserve Seats 2/. Front Seats 1 Gallery 6d.
Doors open at 7-30. Lecture at. S punctually.
Tickets, it the Door.
January 27, 1 Ss.

Oats. Oats. -

ilas just received ex 'B lta," from fl.,lif!':
A consignment of

Heavy Black Oats,
Which are ofrii,-d at lowest iMurket Rates.
27th Jany, 1880.-1 pd

Just rcep~ i ~11aii [Imor lot i.!*

Fior Sale at L~ow Pfo ~~r Cagh.
T.3-, J AM FSA

f lblJany. 926, IR--n -1 pd.

LL Persatns 1ia ving just f(lairns
N ~ ~ ~ ~ I A.l \* N ick "tn0i, dec e~ici.,
o11 or before thle 170idin -4 Febri~irv re-t.
I'ii, ii- I :.; 0
rc qviiin-t-ito settle flnair rn: ..i e-1! 9n1s.3 11
the above i-'ti.
v i, i z A inj IiI A 1. 0 BiIr.

For Sale,

T ,\~I-#Xrj jj
-.0 Ch NTIl.I

1 l'onkey !lP1

P2 -i
Apply to

11amilton, 26th J.

To all -whom it may Concern.
It I l. Unl.:.r.ignieI, iii n-ri.ihig to le -,'e t eiSe
I Islais by the It. M. 'tearner Beta" for
lklil'.x l n or ah..ul t!ie 5th day of Febrnnly
iiev', I.erdly ihilfors the Freelihldters ofl this
TOi'.lI olf t.e -iame, to the endI u-it l anly one de-
siri.n info.,ri-a'll, respecting any tLit ti in
a I,i Ih Io' li.v- an i'iterest, conniecred with Lhe
i Munici .1 :f'iirs of ihis Cu'ipora'ioi, may be
,,l' e e',.. y ii i iun the sp,.l) in l iiimedi to-alp-
plic'. io, to

St. (eorgel, [ernmuda, 22ind Jan., 18;0.
Colorist" cup).


'w), ,V..tUrt(JO N! anl
w ; l. A .

ilar'. .' 1 ___ -"- \V. 1, 1JN.SCOUI" nl ttr,


S be paid to any Per..,n iir Per- as whi) will
give liinounatioii I nespecl i;. onme .-
Eight Inch Stone,

Iill Sail for the above Port,

About the 10th Proximo,
Oiferivif for Freig, and Passetgers at Cus-
tomary Rates.
Hamilton, Jan. 26ihi 1880.-2 Ag nt.

Taken from MY QUAIilt ,in this Town, be- -I
tween Saturday Evening ,sl;, a.,l yesterday LIST OF' UN(:L\[1IED LErrERS. IN THE
morning. Poi Otlice, Haniilion, January 26th, IS(.
Persons are wtifi-d that no one e-xcept the .o'o Pereira de .\-.cnco, Sannul G Adim~. RobtL
U,.er- ii,n-, is a.' lhi ;:,.1 to dil.p, olse ".L.Ie n Adini l\ikerI \ .iury. J A AAdaii,, J E Alkirnsjn,
,d f,, tN Quar, M Beloo, 'I holicnis Lurchall, Mr Ban.Iles, Richd
ad iu e urges., .Joeph Bu.-en, I' J Bean, M1o,ch,nis Na-
GIEGOR Y V. LE E. t,,iial Bak, Su-ini ule-i, VWillia Lie,
II lau -I oli,J.miuiair> ihi I Sn, Ip liitL, E i-i Bradiorl, J,-orgi 'ClinIon, Anicnio (Cabril,
..* Mr i'ox, G \V Durani, Edward Dickinson, J W
.... _-'~ _Dodge, David Divie Ii C Dill, Sophia-Deslheld,
Chesapwea e & Ida h..e.r ,s.,. o,.,,. >.. D.o,
hp n. li1b Lecristar Dirr.1l, Ariatilde Dinuip, Jao H Ddrrell,
Ch sapIM rs Joseph DunscomUe, Susi.n F E',*, Moses Foster,
cold and ,Silver Mining Com- Jos"ph Fi,.vell, \V'\ 'Fiske, Soleni Frenich, Mary
SVrin| IHinon, Alfrd Knights, ti \V I' King, M Is UiCha
pany of .aorolik, Virginia, Lthan, Mrs James Layton, Richd Leam',et, Henry
Location-Oneida Co., Idlaho, U.S. \. Lloyd, Frank Loid, Jas A L'gh:;burui, MariimamJoze
C; p.taI $3,500,000; 70,06;1 Shares, 'Par v.Jue Mluniz, F D taogo Mortine, F Silveira de Mateos,
VA Philip Moore, Jadnis Mullins, Klevd R K Morrion,
SJ Thos Mition, W\'alter Newton, Mesrsa Norlon & Co.,
il HIS Company has consolidated se1.n, vlu- mr ates, Anla atihews Pii,,intel, Maria Peters,
Sable Gold and Silver Min., and iis athirs E Penision, F \V Peni.Lon, Seeward Packwood,
are under ecunkimical and efficient mianigenmen. Joao Inacio de lRi.a, Franci. KIobinwon, John Reed,
for: the purpo e of erecting reduction work, a James J Snuit, J FalcoLier Smith, Samuel spencer,
small amount of the capital st,.ck isulffered at'L5 Mrs Scile,'lChristpher .'ein, Armiur Sinders, Ma-
ct.. on the dollar or $12-50 per -h.e, iaflToding a noel Ignicio do Siltoiia, olunon J 8iminions,
most favorable oipplitunity fo.r ilhe investment of ophiia Sicted, Julia T SmiLh, Geogo Spencer, Plaer
capital. as the t .'o..--, pet oi Ic ..hiru reLtu- Simiioni, Jo0 JL .'>Az-d., Ttch, ira, Aler Tnuck-
lar iiun hiill, .Jii dnI itlin l i:.e prLs-nt vei W 'ea ,,*s ru er, L. ui.'i 'r-.ii, D T l-1or,
S. Hery TuJor, HIlent \a i[ian, Chlrilianna
New York Otfince, 162 Br6,.lt:iy. WI iiiims, ilihardl \oud.
...oigent. i i' .'_ E( iGE'S, Janu-tv 2r,- 1-,ll.
For copy of i'r...spec n :iii fr,her p.~ricu. 'T Lrr,bs. Louisa Carey, HU D. s. A
lars, pply to JOri U F1. BUlIkROW\V, Hi million, King, Jaq-i.m L tiLJtnd-s, A M .A Emnid-"
[erinuisLi. .. Mis. J K lIicha d&on, Mr. \'inSiihnn,(S .
January 24, 1480.--6 _. A r ioncy, Mris solemon Sephens.

to To Let







(ol,/nv.. .,S',S:ofa.rqa.fs 7f,'.'c,
K.C.M.G., ha recc-ived information from the
Pight Honorable SIR M. E. HICKs-BEAcH,
Her IMajesty's Pi in,-ipal Secretary of State for
th-e C(l.,ni,-s, tbit Her Maj'ost will not. be
advissed to exercise, he-r power of -disallowaince
in respe-.t t, the following Acts of the Legis-
laiur- of B.:muiida during Scs.,ion I of 1879.
(Cli' iIlt, ,i-du. y.
1 $79..
No. 7-An Act .to amend the Tustee Act 1876.
11-An Act to in.reasei the efficiency of the
Police Force.
12-An A t to cntiuu,? An Act to grant cer-
tain Fees to the Registrar of Shipping.
13 -Au At, to continue and amend the Ballot
At IS74.
14-An Act for proviling b,.tter Gaol accom-
morlation in the Town of Hamilton.

r ENDERS ar; invited for the Construction
S,:,f the undifermentiojfled Articles required
for ot think Establishmeut. viz. :-
1 Large Sling Waggon,
with Pole, &c.
1 Large Truck.
Specifications and full particulars can b,
obtained on :application to.. the MA.STER Ar-
TENrANrt at H. M. D)ock.ya.rd.
Th- Contr-itor. will lie required to give so-
(urity N:?,r the due performance of the work in
n' dani l.' l --e with Sip-.iti,-vtt ions and the delivery
of th,:- Article-s at the time agreed upon.
Tenlers will b,.!e ic-. ived at my Office not
later than
Noon of the 4th Feby.
*2 Naval Storekeeper.

Bermuda Dockyard,
*24TH JANUARY, 1.80.
TENDERS (in dupli-ate) will be
-re.eived at imy Orlce until noon of

F i I D A Y,
The uith February next,
From personsus willing to make the undlerruen-
ticoned BEDDING for Her Majesty's Ser-
vice, viz.:-
PILLOWS, Feather 31
Hair and Feathers. also a portion of the
Co-'vrs, will be furnished by Government.
Full particulars may be obtained on appli-
cation to the NAVAL STOREKEEPER. -
*2 3p Naval Storekeeper.


IrlE V'AIR U I- A'

-,~ --2IL


UIE It.1! iID).. GRE.\l' FLO' .VIS AT !' : i-i t, W 1. ,
Plioceedlin-t iof Ihe l oItmoable Le- St. Thomas, .Tanr. 13, 1,i..- News has just ar- '
gislativ C(oncil. rived of terrible floods on the Island of St. Kitts,
which h 200 lives have been lost, property to the N
extent ,f S2^.ii,i)idstir.-y and the whole Island-
Tuesday. 201h, Ja.nt,. 1$80.--Pursnant to ad.- waled. The land sweeps up from the shore, slow-
journmeit he [outn-im.t. ly at firsl, through a rich, fertile and cultivated U7,nied States .l il( SieaLers.
Preent-H is Honor Joiah Rees, Chief Justice, soil, and then munis abrnptlv to'wvard the cenlial
Presilent: mass, the ru_ ed peak whereof is known by the
TI'e Honorablle Aui,,untu4 J. Musson, name of Mount Misery. The elevation of this F'O ". L -f 9 "'
William H. Gosling, summit is i-arli four thousand feet, and it over- AL AT "NST N
Jane" H. T imingham, hangs the broken walls of an old crater-the last CALLIN( AT QUI V T(_ N
Joseph H. Harvev, remnant of an inner cone that has been washed l.P \Vr. NEW YORK
James Tucker, Recr. General, away. The mountain is clothed with pasture and -V"( '' .
S G.S. Tucker. w odland,, an at its skirfe. in the rich Valley of 1 1 *,
Randal E. Webster. Colonial Basseterre, is the arabl portion cl the island, which i A i
< .. S secretary. is nai devoted to nar. The island itself, M NTANA sails Tuesday Jn'. 27, at 5a.m. a
Adjourned to F iday next, the 2:,rd instant, at known as the Mother of the Antilles" is 23 miles WVISCONSINs ails Tuesda3 F1eby. .3, at 10 a.m.
11-30. long, 5 miles broad, and covers an area of sixty- ARIZONA sails Tu<.d:,,A. Fity, 10, at 5 a.m.
'even square miles. .. \VY(Y \liNt" sails Tti'esal.y Feby. 17, at 10 a.m.
To l e Editor of/ RoA i Gzette. Su,'ri., by the Torrei'.--The floodls occurred MO'J FANA ils Tuesday iMarh 2, at 9 a.m.
o tete. n Sunday last. The t.'euperatur,' had been ntin- WISCONS IN mil-l* ,,.,1riIy lirch 9, at 3 p.m.U
HAMILTON, 15th J.lany.. 1880. usually high for the titme of the year. The winds A HIZONA sails 'l'tu-Jyv larch 16, at 9 i.m.
DEAR SaI,-W\ill you kiun1dy [p,-rnit a -trauier in were Iit'wir.g from the south at early morning. WYOMING sails 'uesday \Iurel. 23, at 3 p.,'.
your lovely rslirid t ':of.ter ,a ftew Iminiairk in your Trward noon they changed to the northeast, NEVADA sail, Tuesday March 30, at 8 am.,
** 'eekly." With the tl,.irmin w,.:tlher wi-r-h and the temperature fell suddenly. The streams ,
ha prevaile,.1 iuce ,.v atival Iere. a,. wlih I on the mountain sides rapidly became torrents. The above Strr.mer-, are built expressly for
fully alpprc'iate, I have av.iletl of evet-ry oppr- Convergig into a pulb.h at the foot of Mount Mis- the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
tunity to make niyslIf act,:u:inted with tlie vai:us ry, they rose from their narrow channels and carry exlierien..ed O;fi- r Surgeons and Stew-
and most interc.-tirn p.,rti:.tits ,f tie I.-larnl, aninoug purec. down upon the arable land in a resistless ardesses. The Saloon Accomnmodations are un-
which the Jquaint old Town of St. GtL-,r.-i; is pro- Istream. The inhabitants were at once alive to their 'surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, ti.l the
minent. I fortuunatly made the racqir intanu:e of a danger. There was a geneial stampede toward the State Rooms ar on main deck ,,-.ein4. in'o the
gentleman tliere wl,. minot kindly ,poiu.t.d out to coast. The confusion was terrible. Blacks and -:Ilun., ';.,= securing that great .comfort in |
me its most interesting ladiess aioun whi.h is tie white:, nalire-a and English, all made for the near- ocean travel, perfect ventilation and lioht.
Public Garden which app-ars to' le '-ly iu it'i in- I est tpint of safety. Thetorrent rolled on in to the Smoking Rtoom, liath leoom and Piano on
fancy, and. in which is a TabIhl t,:r tl,. menmorv I Town of Basseterre, among. the newly built each Steamer.
Sir George Somers. also thbe pitty Jittl- l:uilding- houses andl rpubli,- edifices, carrying with it roof-
of tile .Yo,,uu M-n'N 'ltri.tian Asso,:iti.t:." to trees, timbers and branches of trees. Landslips Th U.S Mail Steamer' Bermuda' from Ber-
whose R-adin RPoom I wi ]:indlv ititt.du,.,: 1, am, added to the terrors of the scene. Sugar fields muda, Ti r.r- ..I, generally arrives at New York
as that In:-tituti.un i. the ul.j,,-ti ,:. v f eemaiks, were levelled to the ground or torn up in masses, on Mondays, and Passengers' ;'. -.,,e can he
not expectium to fiui c-l, a woitlhy i.d .el-driral:. deep Pulli. ? w-r r- tasbed in the roads, sugar houses transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
iur.titlti.)n in the t 1- T,,own. I niust : I w,>i- and I .v-Iliig;. iI .. :- were borne bodily away, and I ing next day.
both surpri--..1 atd ygaitile-:l at tlhe amiiount .f 'aml- the waters rushed to the sea with their I 1 L I IAMS &, G UION,
uablle e.idling- matter whi..h lay ..u it- rl,le., in tl, freight of, drowned (alile and sirug-'ling human
wav of Peri._'li-als, Magazines n1 Poapler-, as wll beings. Aget ei,
.i with the imaill l1,t we-ll l-,l.t,:.l Lil..rarv in its, Great loss of Life. -The scene was pitiful. The 29" roadway, New York. DnriLg umy,.d stay Ii h:d the ,.h.:.itu- whole population of the island does not exceed New York, January 15, t'il.
uitv of att-erlidrg, wlt tlhe- A.4.ihti,,n t.rn- tw ntiv-fiv' thousand, and of thesetwo hundred
"Pjtpulr Rea.lin.s" und],-r its. r,~.pi, -., tie pr,-,- perished an]d imarn ol hip reI were homeless. Peo- Ice! ice !
.-. -I of wli-i,:h I lIaui are vot,,ted to the R1 ed1i t. pie huitll:.dl tingei-eiiron1 the in rfs, wild with terror. t *
Room, aind tb-h y inay w-II be .alle-l p.I.ul-ir."' it The t,,iltrriii-s ent immne.i ,i. ly to work to l. -.:- v
thrir c' are of theii .hun-e .tm,, on.- I the distress. But the task was too great for them.
lad the gd,: fortutie to nttepo.. I wa. itnu,:h Laimge quinitit~s of piol isili.i anid all the sugar The SIbscrtber's are now prepared
pl , .le v.ith the beautiful little- L-.i.t i. re;.l hipmi' nr li i a I.aIn s i- opt : i. E rn-il,
whi. h i -.. cozy and chleery and wh.:se clheriness appeals lI; been mn,.le fm h.-lp. I. Kitts has to Flu rtis i
wi ,:nhann,:"ce l..v th.. ('lritn-,.i ,relm. et: as '.1.i, h known no su(h c.l..m;iy since e 1722, when a terrific q
till ,ecoiate.n d th,- w ill., aid whi.-h wi s nw...r:,.,ver hu i cle-,' ne, lv,-,v.,l the I1 1n!. But it is
fill,- I.o ov-erfltwing with a s,.l:t andl apple.:i:tive in.ular hbat on .T-ul'. 3, 1867, Basseterre was des- 0 "
nuttl.rr.,., if I Tn.y ..; ju,1t tr,.nm the w,:!| intrit, ,l I, ,,ve.l tt, fire. :ill ib. l iti -'h p,,i i.,i of the town Dailu y (' ,iie' e 1.:l:d)
Aplil In'. ti tm.,_l t ,-,t ly t.. tl. ,,ft and ad .ost o f t,, >I,li.'h,, am 1 ,iw.i ]ltin ,2 r-e dueed to y a P r
q h.e :e.erei..l- ,:.f h e-' it U ,:,:n-i.t,,-l f .11 ,e- ashe-, and five lives lost. A movement is being set From their Store in tlrnaby to any per-
lect-,ll Reidin:- and R ,.it I.v r ni.u. .-rttl,- on foot for the relief of the devastated island,. son who may desire a .'I,.
mina. l'ernatina' witl I(t1- I r. Ti"nltt-, .. ,l ..1 ___To Customers ie 1 I .iil! .it and Vi. ;ii'. it
lem ni.. fr. -iler M..' d "tit-,f, in," ,11 ,:.f winh UTNION PA('CFI."S REPORT. will be delivered I, <'am t, daily-frono about 10
S,:. ,,:1, and, ,0.-,: 1,,u h ,rli on o' ir! ti noon- comminencing o, 1st Apr'il.
the- liir-is an-. ger'rt!n.. en e<-a.-l. One young -
I ,ly wlIo ia ".- ,,.... 1,:,- a sweet and The Government Directors of the Union Pacific The price is one penny per pound.
p... -if.l vti. uulr m ..,,o.l -,:.,in ud, and would RailroaO Company have .,-Fhuiit.i.l to the Secretary BRrmuda Ai];li,i Ice ompay.
I, v.e d.ue credit bltre aua a.lieLe,:.. The even- of the Interior their, report for the year 1879. The l tarch24th IS7y
i,...' ptr,....iin,s w. r.,t t,. i close by the rolling stock is _1k..I: utf -as in good condition. It Hamiltn, March24th, 1879.
siu ,,iu of, tl-. Natio.,ul Aritl-uimof (.- t i iBritji. V lv.tut ,ihv:t.1)v-fin,.itiu th. iiiiil'r i tri t t.,t, and ,:'et ,." cars, a;,id 3 216 (,',-.iltt -"" i, -e o A ,
th.1 ft,,, ini it T,: nitr. S ,tes and Canada increase ot freight m e, v during the ,rge A .'i'S w fr d1
wIi,. h are ,,..iur a,-..."1 w..,k kam ...t,2 ti, ,',.: me-nr, ., latter plrt 4 19I9 ri," mal it u .-ery to have II LI
;io.J I amn sur- froi v.-l.,r I .t'.v. tlr "St. George's more cars.- Over 1i ne-. t,,':k i9arG ,:-.e been IIA L X, N. S.,
A.soi.tion" mu-t also 1..e exercising a wli.-.,'mne t'r]ererd. also 100 new freightcars and 150box cars. Manufacturer and Dealer i
mnt..r.,l irflu,:,_..i iu ite.:.iurnuitvt. I hav, atrtnd- Ten new e.,ne, all ten.whi.-e-i,'. ,f uniform 1AR, BL!'T \NI) POLIS ) Gl- -\ "AiA I'! I
ef.l manuv -iiliar ent,- tniinnet-it'iu my own coun- pattern, have been pui .1i the r."..i ,rc January --i .
try, but I she'll al-vaIvi -.'ird 1nv evening' in St 1. Thirty more u.:w eng;rie, of the bret kind have a re a 0 e U .U ,
Greas~ onr. oif t I,'-p.ibp;t o.f such evenings, n c.untra,rtt-i for at the low prices of last year. H.-, ST'ONIS, F uNTI'., Church-TAIiI.!: I'S
.d it I nv bte p .it :' t... a such evenia word of en fought atpresent prices these would cost probably
u,:I-K'.-Eniut f,,r te1 l.ui:nldleI et,its put forth by "711,.1 more. .erty-tv, engines have sparksin
thie- Mlenl,.rE uf tIe -'t. (G.-ri-'s Young 3I.,'s arresters. These are, a marked addition to the Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
('hri..tiau A-,,,.itin.u" I utiu -a.iv y,. on boldly comfort of. travellers. Dm itg the year ending nary Inscriptions.
for the rLIl,t al vi,. to.r will burelv be yours. November 1, 1879, the Compay has sold 078- Persons forwardin'T orders, or 'i-hin,>. any
With thank'. Mr. Edlitr. fo- virour kindnessin giv- 91-100 acres of land for : .370. ,iormtion peasel to
g me "t "r".s: to v.. |Itt' t t.i-.)V l.i,,ds al-uri tbh. line of the road is very large and informiton, please .p1, to
Sa rs in excess of last year's. The road is in a pros- W. T. J.lIIE S,
anm, yours It il' prs ii eoni[iti,.' aid p)r:.omisi-e this year to show e f ida.
"STRANGERi. .r en'uis ,,i over $135t,itil., with 'p,-ritiii ..e Front Studa.
expenses red-ieed to libout 42 per cent. of -ari',. ro t
THE .'OTC(H THtIPBUILDTING TPR AD. -Q arali '-'ly divideAeld.sf U 1Iercent. are already made. "1 hi'iv.i, Octr. 6th, 1'79.-l y
THE COTCH PBUILDING TThe earIniu, for the year ending September 30,
REMARKABLE F Ep1-9. m'ete .$1'.945.779 71. The earnings for Octr. JI '
REMARKABLE REVIVAL OF 'RADE ON THE CLYD'. 1 9. r e-tiit.d at i ,533,580, and or November A .
Whilh Lie tamrount ir. w,.rlik e'..nill.t,.d ,dilriin tl' e at $1.'211.99, making an increase of $421,355 ,af (.turero l ki -., o
month (t Of'tber b b the vil.uis hiplildlers to the over Oct.-'r tid Nirveuibe-r, 1878. Great improve- acturer of all kinds o
Cly('de is imt lar,", an,1 ?o.ll,te- uiit.,nurnlh, with ments are ,spf-lki -.ef a. Inning been made in a ] b .d
the eorre.pnr.,dinri p, riod in previ,.risr vreasI tliihere are n ,mh.. .of .., .t ... .... i..... d. i h ..... T., '

S; U Te *?ilrr, irf at reumirkl'ble revival .I the trade. There
were put iuti the wa'er 10 re-rses--t4 steaulmer-. 0 i
charges, I failing ship and I dredler--,f an aeereate
tormusne cft 1 1,15 trui-. The rl.lne -:'It thlee 6fizlj1rR
ill be el r.ri c Ri'.en Iy a i: '-on [ ri.m:'n \\ili hi,. % f
pr-cediig peii,- d In S~eit'n-uiiotr last tli.' r tunir'ii
amounted to li2.Iti0 lot S; in Octo:ber. l 'Q. to:> 14 i tili
tn-t : iu OctoIher, lI77, to I I.Sti. t,:,u : in Octliher,
1876, to 17.610i tonu; in Oe'btheir, 1S75. ti
S ions ; in Oct.obher, JI'71, ti, '*3,i.ii toun ; mad it]n ot.
S 1'73. t i2 ,0i)0 I'll fns Duriiin tine p-,;t three we-ks
trade on the riverr has tak.-iin vu unexpected mihd
weleomnie s.lairt, and the piroppects I.-ir the em-uing
wiTmter hare- assumed hright,.-r aiAd n1,.moe ci.ierfult'
anii.w ets than ltIe iost sriiiuinie ,i'.uid li Ir- ;utiiil'at-
ed. Happily the lethargy _whib' b.i, ch.irait-i i--'ed
the tr'de teor solon is u is n lhe way ''o' b-iW" i
dispe.lled. and the buil-ler. about t, he ri-warded tnT
the Itri orda y theY hare Sio. lar is x\e
cato ascerrtin 34 i'if.i tous .1 nel-w iron ressels hare
c* c'Ito to the upper. t;od I, .i .m11 tor is to the, lower
r'eacht-. of the liet r, in Enll 44,.1 1 t>'ia Inquiriets a 're -
inuniel-,uS, auLd a healthy toule prevailed .
In the lh.wer di.-trict .f1 the river, wbich in luiides
Gri'TDn,,'k aihd P,.,rt-(Ila-.i.:',\. ,r,,'"., lar N 't-, ei
bot...ked f.r otver lii..ilmi tot s itll Aiphtuilut. The are are
eleven .ve-.stel' prei-enitly on the -to(k6. hbit thit num-
ber will be almost doubled wLen thte new orders are
put. down.

inpr of the dierp artlesian 'ell neir Budia Pi.slb,
iHungary. i now compl-i'd. The w,:,iks were
conmumeiced ras far bacl, a- 1.-.', and duiiii. their
lr ..i ess many interesting faci s r iin.i. to 1PCli,.-.v -
ainnd uhidergrouid temperature have been tbrouebt
to light. The total depth is 38,20i) fIet. and the
tempera' tre of the water ii yirils is n-arly 1;5 de-
g,,.e Fuhrenheit. The tr-mp',-ratur: of bthe nnud
b"hi uilhi up by the borer nas laken every day, and
e* i, uni] 10 iner.arp rt jdl I'. in spit1 cti the loss
I h,' ii 'Jduir-i. i. .rm'rnt. drr n to a dIpIith of 2,300
t10 -',71i1i fe.-.t. Be',yon tric i p.,int the increase was
i ,-0 r rker l. Al ,, deptih c t m.1.m f.elc lh tern-
1' uit' :'. 177 hligr,-to Faahre.nh'-i, giving an
ii .r-m'1 i i.T-'r -. -' ,,I oir I-jr t-v r 2,\ 1. feei b,:,red.
i\\ .it, im -1 tr- i e,,, eue 1) well up at a li-pih AlI
,71 i,7 -i: im ii t" t1m uliiauteM i was lia 1 l d agrees
u -ir,. i ii. i ,wnd irn hi t onwarlrt it rai iiJly
ir,., i.a-,d lith in ilu.mni Y and temaperatile. Thus
uat ?..ii'.2 l.-t1 'ir-- l tr,,!.ei a ure had alr-adyv insis a to I
150 <.I et-: Fil-'ienht ii, and 'lie yield ir' 2'4 hours
flom .,ii.i pinallins t 44.ill.i ) gallons. Finally,
w I,.-n he h,:. ing bal1 ie. C b il .;;,.'1.:ii feet, at which
I uit it .%s st..pped, the ii mp-ratuie of the water, t
. as ;t Itir!t frouti the omil].-e til the tube, was 165 de-
grin.a F:hbi-enh-i;i. urIl the rolnrim lic yi '1.1 272,000
-gallons in the 24 tlut.i-. Ttr-e field v,,az alterwar!8s
i ducr d u,., I l7.'(r i !lon -, in LJuis(je-,'Uc te of the
-..,ie lbj ing lined ai0i \m l I-A .rl ,l-e, iri.-t:b reduced
ii- i ia ,L- :i, li- v'i .Iipi .iltiain-le ii en,:rl a,g .-s car- I
L i inc ati i abuindar,no, ii.Jd also contains nitro-
gen and a little i-UlL.huet'LJ iiydrug..n, aud eight
gui i1s per gillon i ..I r fix d nli til-, cbhi.-fly s- ull baii's i
L i i.d ca' bonaiti.s ul poiiash, -odai, lime and magnesia

-umt r vii ttiU: p,.IH., IIi l 'l U 11 g toeJlU year. in
thi i;':onnuectiin the report says:
"T 'I'e tinw d,-pit at C.'Iniicil Blinffi'rdei'rve -'.-'eci: I
notice. All East aud West bound passengers
cliInir- c.ari- it tis itatii.,n. The rooms fur eeelptii.n
atl htr ,,tieci ur" lareti ihd convenient. TbL upper
stories ar.? ued I:or- h, purposes, r-d afford.l a
revenue. Six lines of roads find a station here,
common to all. The Chicago, Rock Island and
1P'cifie, the Nirttrwest. the ('hiima.:-, Bnurirgt.oi and
Quiury, the iouix City aud Parilie, the Kansas City
and St. Josphl. amid the Wabash, -7'i. Louis and
Paifie a;ill e.untrihiute toi the snpp,:,rt -it this station
by the payment of annual rental to the Union

under-tan' that the M.'-s'an.'eries i TMiritiumes Steam-
ship Company lare decided ion building a fleet of
fast steamers, to be employed in the M-d-iliteirr.,?aun
trade. The steamers number ten. aw,i' they are ei-h
to be of 1600 tons, 'vith gio.t e.ioin,' power, a high
-rate ot sped1 bei;n of importance. the company
having reieitlr obtained the subsidy from the
French Government for carrying the mails. Ten-
ders were received from most of MIe leidiug builder-'
on the Clyde, but it wa-i reported on Smitriid.iy that
the entire fleet had' been given to Messrs. John
Elder & C... The whole of the senamer- are to be
delivere.1 in eight. ui,.ths. in ,rdd-r to hbe ready to
begin, tli-< imil contract with the French Govern-
ment. The estimated o.niDtrafit price is stated in
round figrii,' to be :,hinit half a million pounds
st-rliun.. Ml'.r" Neapier, Shanks & Bell, Yoker,
have contracted with a L.u.,lu,,,u housefor two screw
steamers of e:u,,iderable iJze.-- Glasgow J- '-.,!./

Carria es built for Bermuda when
Vf\gert at Bermunda.

St ptember 8, I:;.-




Tract of

lately occupied by ]Ti

containing Tw'Vlv.-e \c
ing from the Waters
the" N.-a tI, to the lait
For further pii t'ul

Hamilton, "2t, I Decem




L \AN in Pag-et
L. OUrsA O[3STOC, called I
41 0 A T,",-
-res, minir,; .rr !es, extend-
of Hamilton 1 fIt'IH ouir till
ni -. 1-I n the tiilh.
all's a1lpl) to
. J. HO)D DO \
fiber, 1879.



P.umti,-vlaia avenue-the Appian Way of our
R.i-r.u li i-i-vas e'rdd while Jefferson was President
aa ia t a l S 4t 1.i.o.ii; he personally superintended 3704 l
ie ,'lhut I, hnll 'IA u It.rows of .T_., th rl- i)lila' ,l, g +-
tl t i' [.rtiitj ,:t it l-Iween the I 'rit..I .V1-, tti. \ white -
IHrme-i row along each curbstone, and two equi- .
distant rows in the roadway, whieh was loIt, divided
into three parts, like Unfrir-de-i L;l,,eu .,t Berlin. I
In the W inttr ari, .-pril 1 tin- drivr.;\;av w',uld often
be full of mud holes, soti I th-i r 'le---p, and
,i.'mUe ..if the cross streets would be cdnl,-t ii.,ass lle i-"'.i
beds of re.1 l.lar, u'. rk 1.i', h.~i r-i arid wh-,ls i +
into a thick mortar. On one occasion, when Mr.', I ,,- A .I.. fo b"t-
Webtoin a a trieu.l iu,.lero,,li to go to Georgetown HE above \VA 1 H ES tor both
in ai'ekui'--cea.:'lI to atl.-ri a dinner party, the Ladies and Gentlemen are kept corentntly
v.eliele ;i., stuck in a mud hole, and the driver had on h rtud Iy ti:, Under-i..-ned : Any grade MAovc-
to carry hin passengers, one at a time, to the side- j ent not in Stock will be furnished at the
wal, where tli stood until the empty carriageai1 Mannifactor's list price. Also, make to order
incident years trard, used to laugh over his t ret, Monogram &
fears that his bearer would fall beneath his weight engraved.
and ruin his irris. suit. John Randolph used to call E'- -ier the W\ii.i':hi nWatch Co. received
Pennsylvania avenue "the great Serbonian bog," 7he Gold 'ledal at the late Paris Exliliition.
and descant on the dangers of a trip over it, to or
fiim itle LTUnion Hotel at Georgetown, in the large E, T. CH1L L D.
stage, will herots iun the top, called the "'Royal Front lei t, II ,nillin,i >
George."-January Atlantic. Deer 16, 1878. uo.o.

.1 Pr!lY.
tI!'1EL'- IT.lILET VINE'GAR, a plr,;uin
i..tric i .end r fr'-hiiii; nci teo ihu' T ilit i11.1
Ialih. a ret \,i' sc c:.t .ian, a po.vei.uil disiuicl aniii.
For warmn elinan -t i inv.iluiabl,.
i'i-I M 7..': ('FI,rE!P.AT' El I.AV'EN DEl
RIMIEL'S JO-'KEY CLUF, ,.nd otlder Ira--
irani P'rfiiunes.
gives the hair a beaurilul gloss and inparls anll
iazreabrle coolness to the head.
SQAP TILIA, IRiO\VN \'IND- AL ,IOND, LE PIUC(E, CO ,\L-T-\lt, and other,
Toilet :noapi in hnmr- or cakes.
boxes, b.hrrel .aiid p'Iekelis.
RIM 'IEL'S \QU \DENTINE clrans, whilens.
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouili, and
iwemirt li'h li breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder Mhich difl'iise4
the healthy and rifr.eshiih e 'n a1,ioz t of ti.e Pine
and Eucalyptus Fore-is.
E RI1 %V1 EL, P,,rf'um r by.tpp'itmnt tol H. R.
II. Princes of0 Wales, 96, Sir.d.J, L,'iidon, and 17
L' .-i, .ird d.'n Paris.
0a 27,, 1-79.


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Foolscap Foirel C. vered .\Aci
BOOK., Lolg F,:lii.., d t'i.rnlm
White anid BDin.:,r 2 it 7 Ql

Foolscap Forrel Cova-re.i BI))K 4,
ft. only
Letter BOOKS', 1, 2 an.- 4 Quitie
Pats BOOKS, all Sizes
FOOLSCAP--White and Blue Laid,
Iluled Faint and for Ac'-eoionts
ENVELOPES-Orti.ii. I .iett,-r .il Noie
&e., D I.. &c.
Ha'r;ilton, Dec. 30th, 1"7I )


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Ii rt.'.


Horse, JCarria(9ge (4art
0(n. ilw V-
rf HE U, d-,si.r,, .l having i'a ni r e! I i-iii. ss
** at his old StLi.'l, Cornert' I.'hurclih and
Junction .(r ,,' near Ila nilt..! II,,ttl. ta .es
this method of thanking his Iri,.nd- tin.i J th: piLi-
lie generally tf..r past favors, and hlmunli soli-
*cits a continuance of same.
THO,. S H. IL6T,-EI'.
4..rn li 6, 1';.79. .+


Terms, Moderate.

c.l Ilrarm. l t.,r nearly a cenlnrv pasi, i< of ie very
rsl Er 11~l mlian if acltiitr. For i l purily and ereat
, .'ll.nee it ha~ i t laoind th- following
Lon-r.N, I'4;'?. P.i\ s, l'i:;. CORDOV.A, tV7*.
VI F. N.NAa,187:3.
Only Gold Mednal for English Petfumeiy, Paris 1.873

3t1k0 2son'is Choice Perfumes for
the Hai ndkerchief.
Wh;(e Rose, Fiangipanne, Y'lalg Ylang, Stephano
Lie,,Opopanax, JckeL' C(lb, Ese. Boutique(
"TI'evol, Magnlci.), Jasiinh, Woord V'io-
Itl, Andi|'ll other oduurt., o f ti.e finet quality only.

IlkfinsoRns Florida IVater
most fragrant Peifl'uor d,.ldled Crom the choicest
Atkinson's Quinine Hair Lotion,
'i very ri.-li.shi:lg \ ash which stinmilates the skin
lo a h itilliv ariiion ind pipnioles the growth of the
Ethlereal Essence ol Lavender,
A1 pot' r-rl'il P,-iflunie di killed fromt the lines floweig
nd other specialines and general articjs,' u f Per.,
fiin.erv mdy be nuoiiained '(f all dealers fhrioughont
the W world, au.J I the Mlabiufacturers
J2. & E. JMLT1-:I'T- C. -
CAUTIO)N.-M'e-ii. J. & E. AT-INiN irr.anu-
a ,cii,.i 11 i, ait ar .cl-s I i e 4tii i e lc- Iesl qimu lity only
l'u chli -:er. :li- i i. ii'ried to ,ivoid ctOuntert.-isis ly
ob-,er liiL iIas :e:ch a rtcle i. lab, lied 'tiih ithe Firm
Tr ,l )l-ilrk, '-a ', W'i, R,ue- oui a < olden Lvie.'
pliit.. J e;> s. en crlonrs.
ESI \: I IS-IED 17.9.

a a -
m -, i"liHa .

1w i t -
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,.. .- ,-. S, *.-
C 4''l, s
dl chlll

L\DY will b,. glad to have SEWING
\W'Il:K in a liillier'i Store, or sonme
respectable 'namilv, I'mr children aidl grown folks,
by the nmnil "Te-m's renao ainl.4.
Als,, can dJ. : y kiid it'f lFan.v, Work to AuiL
. hildrn ;andI l otu;i.1 ( rnamenit-.
t',:;,ie apple i at ih. '- R.vial Gaz.ette "' Office.
ui iust 23. 1-79.

A Gentleman and Lady, or Two
Ladies, eanl be accoiomodatcd with L[JDG-
INGS in a Cotltae in this Town.
Particulars please apply at the Ollice of this
Hnniliton, De. I it, I "79.

Sr~t~rr~tsTuetsdbys and Fri-

ris ltrouiptlyAttende tio'.

oICA'-JANY., FEB11.., 1880.

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13 P1. NIllr. 511:3wAM
54 liaarter Session'sof
4-)2 [Peace

1I 8 Srxuq.'esbr
6 Purification'oT t'1.41.

da'. .

ris. sets.

in ', 7 .i ,28 16 9
28 'e h, 59 .5 291 17 9
2' Th 6 58 5 30 8 9
"30 Fti .i 58 .5 30 1.9 I0
31 :at i3 .56 5 32 .10 1
565 5 '33 21
2 o 656 5 3,32 1

THlE lERMUDA RuTiI.t. iAZErTE is published
every Tua,, by Do, 'ALD M'PHEF. LEE,
I'ricier to tihe Queen'- Most Excellent
5! alesty,
Northll.cest l 'orn,:,r of i' eidl and Burnabvy streets
t iranmilton,
mvhere Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at lthe shortest notice -Agents,
at Si. Gor'gfs lor the HRoal Ga:elle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SoV, I.est End,
Water Street.

r ->" ,-a------
S'!-'- ITheodore Ouiter' iidPe,.
Received l at i /-7( n .V E P.17.-am7'T ?.0-CIT,
Gazelle Slationery lore HAMILTON,
From London via N ,.. .York, ., dir-i. ei tre i1 ~te, 01 "' Royal Gazette" Ollice.
T r G E..t Oili' e. ifout, -1m-I) to 12 and I to ...-.

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Supplement to0the Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, January 27, 180.

Tl,: Flagship of Vice-Admiral SIR LEOPOLD
The brief visit of this complete and magnificent
man-of-wdr to Bermuda, of necessity excited a
good deal of -.pc.ulatio'n. a- to her build, equip-
ment, and actf.i,:, thinking, as well as
curious people. A visit was therefore in order
Ireland Island was reached, as usual by a sail-boat.
Within the Cambre one no longer saw the long and
graceful model of the B.:- 1ri[,-p:.u." but that of
another monster, painted r.t ;i dll 1 t- color, by no
means attractive in al.I 'l- i I.ff towered her
masts and rigging, bhrqu- iti.-,:l T..- bow view
shows a sharp stem, her ram being under water-
forward ,he,- drew twenty four feet three inches.
Her side view was strange, being a modern vessel,
about twenty feet being above water, with port
holes, etc.-owing to her novel make the guns for-
ward, can be fired ahead or a beam. The stern
view with a promenade *.'.ll-'ev all around was de-
cidedly u.-.v-l. this gallery surrounded by a railing
is here, termed the A.lniir l'Us walk. The guns can
also be fired directly astern or abeam, she has re-
cesses-fore and aft that allows of this. Above the
Admiral's walk at,.- Ir-rt- :rn. davitss for hoisting the'
ship's cutter. Just below, near the water, the
word N.:.tth nmi.:n" in white letters, introduces
her to the 1 ir, u:ctr- aft -,e ,!> wvtwenty seven feet.
'.r.-ki. up a narrow gangway, we stand on the
main deck. Permission was asked for, and accord-
ed to visit her, and obtain information for publica-
tion in The Daily Graphic, New York; The Cana-
dian *.."',,,' News, Montreal; The Royal Gazette,
Bermuda; The Gazette and Star of Montreal.
The main deck presented a great and varied collec-
tion of guns, boats, field guns, signal lockers aft,
-with open ends full of richly colored pennants, they
at least looked peaceful and holiday-like, still aft
the davits for the stern cutter, already referred to-
from this deck the upper, through a skylight, a
view of the Admiral's cabin, on the main deck, was
obtained-and it is a right i.:.lly pl ,i:- too (in peace)
with a companion to the io.- --:ittf:r averyimper-
,feet inspection we ascend a ladder leading to the
bridge, chart house, and deck house, and stand
near the old and large style of steering wheel, a
little distance forward on an extension at a right
anglo to the bridge, stands a support for one of
Sir William Thompson's Patent Compasses, on
an vr=-ir.-l- rn-v principal, the compass is mounted
in th.: .. .i,- i ,t ,, i,,- externally on jimbals, its es-
.--uii p...., ti; :.:,-i.'- in the suspension of the
,'. .-... ;.:it. i i,'. are many silken threads
for the iju-tL , of the floating dial or face be-
low the u.: :-.l.:, 1... value of all, is due to the dispo-
sition of magnets within, by which the patentee
has fully succeeded, in doing away with the at-
traction exerted by all iron ships on their compass-
es, causing the disasters so frequently chronicled.
Hence the great value of this wonderful invention
- can be seen, which while it will be a perfect com-
pass to the mariner, and also an Elderado to the
inventor, will save the lives of thousands of those
"who go down to the sea in ships." lt1i-, abaft
this is a service standard compass, of the usual type.
Near by are -: .!-_i.: room -1 z ipl..- then a revolu-
tion indicator (not historical however) to show
what the engines are working up to, when in mo-
tion, close by a steam steering wheel, by which one
man can control the movements of the huge mon-
ster, with ease and accuracy.
Within the chart-room is a gong from the Cap-
tain's cabin. The chart-room is over the Captain's
very cosy room on -the upper deck. There are also
two voice tubes, a dial to show the ship's posi-
tion at a glance; two of Bell's Canadian telephones
-one to the Captain' -,.iu and the other running
forward--near by hangs a small but powerful
trumpet, whose .ut, i.L- orders the closing of the
doors, making w.-hrtih.- compartments. The
doors are in the 1..1...l!:1- i. below, of which more
anon. Then a patent indicator to show what helm
the vessel has. A series of mouth tubes running to
all parts of the ship, leaving all of these mysterious
things and of the dials referred to, is one floated on
glycerine, another being pneumatic. We move
forward and examine an English improvement of a
German gun, the N-...1 '-hI ; it has four barrels
somewhat 3.- .- ~, .- those of an old fashioned
duck gun. ..- "- fitted to a. square frame, on a
gun carriage of solid but' I' construction, mount-
ed on wheels, the chambers being at an elevation
of some thirty inches above deck; they are breech-
loaders, firing tyo and' sixteen ounce shot; they
can be discharged continuously, firing thousands if
necessary. Guns of this light portable class, either
in a ship's boat or on deck, are singularly destrue-
tive in cutting rigging to pieces, repelling board-
ers, or for sinking small boats. Forward we hur-
riedly step, past the double funnels, and are shown
a small but powerfully voiced instrument, called
the siren or steam fog-whistle, used in murky wea-
ther. It made a decided impression when tried
here a few days ago; the poor cows first listened
in astonishment, then up went their tails, the hair
on their backs stood erect, and they waltzed wildly
at their moorings (cows are generally found at an-
chor here) until the discordant sounds ceased. It
had a very detrimental effect on the milk crop.
This instrument stands some twenty feet above
deck in a line with the funnels. Near are six tor-
pedo guns, used for saluting purposes or-other-
wise. On board are also two electric lights-one
near the siren, and the other on top of the
rival, with the most satisfactory results. On the
evening of the experiment the flagstaff o t Mount
Langton was lighted up perfectly--the latter out
some four miles from the vessel-even the halyards
were clearly seen. Hog Fish Beacon was clearly
discerned from St. Georges, thirteen miles away.
Its great value can be estimated in search-
ing for the enemy at night, particularly of the
torpedo boat class, examining a coast, or in signal-
ing. The fighting tower on the same deck forward
is a marvel, three of its sides are formed of iron,
the height of a tall man; they are six inches thick,
the open part looks aft, and is protected by a large
curtain made of three inch rope, bullet proof. In-
side this structure is a steam steering wheel of small
size for the Chief Quartermaster, who, with the
Captain, can fight the enemy. There are also en-
gine-room telegraphs, a compass, seven voice tubes
-reaching to all parts of the ship-as well as two
of Bell's telephones; an electric battery, by which
the Captain can fire'broadsides, or direct the firing
below, as he deems best.
On her upper deck she carries two torpedo
launches of iron, narrow, of exquisite proportions,
and very rapid-sixteen knots-offering but little
surface for an enemy's fire. An apparatus is also
stored to prevent torpedo attacks. There are five

steam steering wheels on the vessel, two on the up-
per deck as already described, and three below
deck; in case of accident any one can be used.
There is also communication to the fighting tower
from the cable deck, so they can report to the Cap-
tain what order the cable is in for anchoring, &c.
The latter measures two and a half inches. Her
upper deck-looking aft from the fighting tower
-presents a wonderful variety of things. Boats of
all kinds and sizes swinging from their davits, the
immense funnels, guns of various sizes, for all pur-
poses, immense metal ventilating shafts, portholes,
stores, signal boxes, steering wheels, dials, torpedo
launches and apparatus, the huge masts with their
rigging, companions, hatches, skylights, in fact an
interminable list of things. After this imperfect
sketch we descend to the main deck and continue
our tour.
In the gun portion of the main deck are two
eighteen ton guns in the foremast compartment
for firing ahead or abeam, passing to the gun deck
pro]r, four seventeen ton guns, and four twelve

ton guns are seen, they are muzzle loading rifled
guns, without beds, tackle, etc. Past the Admir-
al's galley, whose discharges are less harmful than
those of its neighbours-we pass on to another
compartment, and are shown four twelve ton guns,
above are innumerable hooks for the hammocks
of the crew, of about six hundred. In the after
compartment are two muzzle loaders rifled of eigh-
teen tons each, they can be fired abeam or astern
as already stated. Next is a bulk head six inches
thick of solid metal. Without is an electric '-11 t. r
the use of the officers, in calling servants. Beyond
are the quarters- of the Admiral and Officers, all of
the most elaborate description, even to a piano.
The vessel has an excellent band. In case of a shot
cutting into any one of the many compartments the
Captain sounds a trumpet, this is repeated by the
man on duty also by trumpet, near the door of the
compartment that requires to be closed, each door
has four men stationed at it, who 1:y w .rkiug- a
wheel with spokes that act on an internal com-
pound screw, closes it accurately leaving the sound
compartment water tight, the commands by means
of these trumpets are past from compartment to
compartment. On the lower deck are the gun
room messes, and those of the Warrant officers,
with their cabins. Leaving the main and lower
decks for a few minutes, we descend to the steam
steering wheel deck, past the Admiral's and Cap-
tain's store rooms down a steep ladder, where all
is intensely dark, save where a ship's candle throws
a feeble ray. We stand on the fourth deck down,
of course below the water line. The tiller flat is
somewhat pyriform in shape, the tiller is an im-
mense bar of steel ten inches across and four inches
through, and some ten feet in length, it is wi-i k- 1
by chains of immense size and strength, with pul-
leys; having seen its confection with the rudder
post, we gladly leave the dark and close atmosphere
of the place and mount again to examine the en-
gines that drive the the tiller. When the wheel is put
to starboard, by the man steering above, the star-
board engine works it, and by a valve arrangement
cuts off the steam on the port side engine and vica
versa. Here are also, stored spare blades, or fans
for the propellor. Abaft the engine room, on the
lower deck is the shell room, on the deck below, the
engine room for double engines, also divided by an
iron v it i g a communicating door, these rooms
are very large, herein is the machinery that drives
the twin-screws ; it is needless to say, that every-
thing is scrupulously clean and in its place, the
steel parts being polished up to a mirror-like condi-
tion. On the lower deck are the man at dinner, it
is a vast dining hall, all. i messes, not the place,
the men. Here is a torpedo frame, for firing tor-
pedos. T-r.--.. -iu- awardss on the same deck we
stand by :h --.r-,,.- li hatchway, near the torpedo
magazine--they are hoisted up by tackles, placed in
an apparatus ith t in.t on a tramway and are easi--
ly conveyed to the frame, in two and a half mi-
nutes, after leaving its magazine, this fearful en--
gine is on its way, fired, the tramways are double
to the starboard and port sides. In the fore flat
are stores, bath rooms, and the hospital or sick-bay,
provision rooms and cells. An engine pumps air to
the torpedo-flat and room, and to the fore maga-
zine, which is said to be an uncommonly hot place,
and uncomfortable, and under the present system
of navel war-fare those below are likely to be killed
or drowned first, like rats in a bag, by the explosion
of a torpedo under the vessels bottom. On a part of
the deck over our heads, a steam engine is fastened
for working the cables and anchors, wholly inde-
pendent of any of the others, it is secured by screws
and plates. Here is another steam steering wheel,
the engine above can also work the steam capstan
as well; still below are other store rooms for the
carpenter and boatswain. On the iron wall another
Patent indicator shows the -J ijp'., speed. The mag-
azines are two in number, one here (fore) andone aft.
The vessel has two rows of port holes, but one main
. fighting deck. By means of th- i.i_,n.. i' Wn..I.t,- ..
she can still float, even if sever.I :,i- 1...,..,l.--1. .-
is an excellent sailer, rolling and pitching but little.
Below her water-line she is pointed red. The pre-
sent color has been put on to make her less uncom-
fortable, while in the West Indies, where they ex-
pect a grilling.
The electric light signal system is so perfect and
comprehensive that the following was ~I- L, t1i..-i to
Mount Langton on the evening of the experiments :
-How do you like my lights ? Alas, poor hu-
imanity may well sigh, and say what next ? As
yet we have said rJ-.l1iu about her armour, its dis-
position being novel. In the central part of the
vessel, for .about two hundred feet of her length,
she is covered with nine-inch plates; they gradu-
ally taper off to the shot-proof deck, several feet
out of water. Her ends have no special protection,
but under water are armoured to the extent of sev-
eral inches protecting all important parts. The
high battery is protected by armour-cased bulk-
heads, forward of nine-inch, aft of eight-inch plates,
used as protection against end-on'fire; it also con-
tinues with eight-inch plates on the broadside,
serving as protection to the guns fore and aft; the
amidship guns have no armoured protection, but
have splinter screens, so constructed as to prevent
as far as possible flying splinters. The armour
plates are also arranged on the lower deck to pre-
vent the destructive action of shells fore and aft,
and to protect the passage of ammunition. The
measurements without armour are some seventy
feet; the armour casing extends to the ram in
front, to the rudder aft; shot nay tear away any
of these plates without placinY the hull proper in
danger; on the outer bottom plating there is one
thickness of wood, also a covering of zinc to pro-
tect against action of the seawater. When in action
the engine room hatches are closed, and many de-
vices are used to stop a flow of water into the hold
should the sides be pierced. The displacement of the
vessel is seven thousand five hundred tons, being
considerably larger than the "Bellerophon." Her
area for plain sail is twenty-four thousand six hun-
dred feet; weight of hull and armour four thous-
and five hundred tons; equipment with coal weighs
two thousand eight hundred tons. She has an in-
dicated horse-power of six thousand. Time of con-
struction was considerably over three years. Her
cost was nearly two millions of dollars. Including
backing of teak, her armour measures twenty-two
inches in thickness; it varies according to locality.
i._- i-.nearlyrthree hundred feet long and is amid-
ships sixty feet wide. Her estimated speed is four-
teen knots. Officers and crew about sixhundred and
fifty. There are fourteen boats including the tor-
pedo boats. She carries three months provisions,
the weight of guns and stores is upwards of
twelve hundred tons. There are also hundreds
of fathoms of cables and an endless variety of
spare stores. To run over her armament again,

four ten inch eighteen ton guns, six Norden-
felts', two American gatlings, eight nine inch
twelve ton guns, one seven pounder, three nine
pounders, six twenty pounders, the large guns are
fifteen feet long, all rifled and muzzle loading, beside
an immense quantity of small arms, pistols and
cutlasses. The projectiles are many, weighing from
fifteen pounds to four hundred, such as shrap-
nell, pallisar, case, common and segment shells,
with solid shot of course; the charges of powder
vary from two pounds to seventy, the grains of
powder of various sizes and conditions. The burst-
ing charges of shells varies from twenty ounces to
twenty pounds, all of these are stored in the large
magazines; a small arm magazine also exists with
material for the Martini-Henri rifles, gatlings,
pistols, etc. Here I must draw this letter to a close,
feeling swra that the task has been but imperfectly
done. To the leniency and kind forbearance of my
readers, I commend the whole.
"Daily Graphic Correspondent,"
Hamilton Hotel.

Latest News from Europe &c..
The Beta, from Halifax, brings us two days'
later European news than was brought by the
Under London date of January 19, it is said that
Her Majesty Queen Victoria is to open Parliament
in person.
Her Royal Highness Princess Louise was -to
have embarked at Liverpool on Thursday last for
patch from Afghan says dissension has arisen
among the Afghan leaders, and several disturb-
ances have occurred in the Jellalabad district.
lic Archbishop of Sa. <,';rl Regards it as Equivalent to
Communism.-LoNDON, January 18.-The Catholic
Bishop of Salford writes, diisavwo .in- his alleged
approval of the Irish agrarian agitation, saying that
to threaten landlords, and to address inflammatory
harangues to crowds of excitable peasants, are
equivalent to proclaiming Communism. His pre-
vious letter was meant only to approve of constitu-
tional agitation.
DUBLIN, Jany. 16.-As a process server by the
name of O'Donnell was attempting to serve a num-
ber of ejectment papers at Kilmina, County Mayo,
last night, he was seized by the people, who, after
handling him somewhat roughly, searched his per-
son and took away from him all the processes be
had in his possession. O'Donnell called upon the
detachment of constabulary, who were nominally
there to protect him, in the execution of his duty,
to fire upon the people and help him to secure his
papers at any cost, but the c,.in-tabulury declined
to shot, contenting themselTr:-s wvit i i-.warding off
the onset of the crowd as well as they could with
fixed bayonets. Showers of missiles were thrown
at them by the crowd, and many of the soldiers
were badly cut about the head and face.
Some of the more belligerent mistook the attitude
of the soldiers for cowardice, and taunted and
hooted at them. The uldlii-ts finally retreated with
fixed bayonets, and the charges still in their rifles.
It is observed that the constabulary undertake the
protection of the process servers with great reluc-
tance, and protect them as little as possible consis-
tently with their duty. The Irish constabulary,,
ali'_ough one of the most effective '.r;:auzdit:r in
the world of its kind, is made from ,- pe-liol, ,nlI
the fact is becoming more and more apparent that
the disaffection so prevalent through the country is
also fully shared by them.
LONDON, Jany. 16.-Sir Stafford Northcote, Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer, in sp -;ing at Stroud yes-
terday, defended the foreign policy of the Govern-
ment. The condition of Ireland, he said, was en-
gaging the earnest attention of the Government,
who had instructed the Irish authorities to exceed
their powers, if necessary to relieve the distress
promising them a bill of indemnity.
The Duchess of Marlborough's fund for the relief
of the dii:zr[-s in Ireland now amounts to 419,000.
PAEIS, Jany. 16.-Th._- Bel! Ai.. zocid',l;t. Commit-
tee has convened a at Brussels for the let
of February in favor of universal suffrage. The
Belgian Liberals deprecate universal suffrage as
certain to involve clerical ascendency.
LoNDON, Jan. 16.-It is reported that a meeting
ot the principal leaders of the various revolution-
ary Societies in Europe is soon to bewheld in this
city. It will be attended by Russian Nihilists,
some of whom are exiles and others -ri;ll unsuspect-
ed by the-authorities; by Italian Republicans, by
Spanish Internationalists, by German Socialists,
and by French Radicals, of the Red Stamp. The
ii n-,,e of the meeting is not clearly defined, but it
it hlutel that a general plan of operations upon the
existing monarchies will be proposed, discussed and
adopted. Several of the most notable members of
the revolutionary societies are now in Lon.-ri, and
it is supposed they are arranging for this -.Onhr Il
conference. The Governments of Russia and Ger-
many, it is said, have made representations to the Government concerning this meeting, but
under the EL":bJ laws it would be impossible to
prevent its assembling.
PESTH, Jany, 16.-The ri.,tit, was renewed in
this city last night on a formidable scale. The gas
lamps in the street in front of the C- ino C:'a b..,.:s-
were broken and shots from revolvers were fired at
the police. One policeman was wounded. Twenty-
one of the rioters were arrested. The International
Society is believed to be at the bottom of the mis."
DUBLIN, Jany. 18.-A land was held at
Williamstown, Galway, to-day, at which Mr. Da-
vitt denied any intention to foment a physical re-
volution. The Home Pule League have demanded
more public works and reform of the land laws.
iL'U I ..-Nihilisis Found in Czar's Household.-
ST. PETERSBURG, Jany. 18.-It is stated that Ni-
hilists have been discovered in the Czar's house-
hold., Seventeen Tartar conspirators have been
arrested at Sparti.
FRANCE. (.:d. .i.1 Cablegram to the Halifax
Herald.)-PARIS, Jany. 18--The Republic Fran-

for the gradual acquisition of the whole -.. ,-> ..
Guinea, and calls upon the French Government to
take precautionary measures in the interest of
French if.,t.-.o a.-.
The Dude Gramon demn dead, aged 61 years.
A REPRESENTATIVE TaJRK.-- ail z Pacha, the In-
stigator of the Bulgarian Atrocities, Receives the Order
of the Medfedie.-LoNDoN, Jan. 18.-The Sultan's af-
front to England in conferring the Grand Cross of
Medjedie on Hafiz Pacha, whose removal Sir Ans.
ten Layard' demanded, exasperates Turkey's best
friends. [Hafiz Pacha will be remembered as the
chief instigator of the Bulgarian atrocities, and is
universally regarded as one of the worst scoundrels
that ever disgraced even the Turkish Empire. In
1876 Lord Derby in vain demanded bis dismissal
and punishment for the share he took in the hor-
rors of that year. Lr-a sini-.' then he has harbored
a bitter feeling towards England,and has not failed
to show it when an opportunity presented itself.
He was recently appointed ,liniite:' of Police, and
one of his first acts was to arrest a British subject
named Dr. Kallars, and a Turkish priest named
Khodja Abmed Tewfik; for translating the Bible
into'the Turkish lauahi,e. Sir Austen Layard's
energetic and determined action secured the release
of thee men and Hafiz Pacha's dismissal. Hafiz
caused the men to be arrested for the purpose of

proving his zealous watchfulness of the Mahome-
dan faith, and to gain popularity with the fanatical
party. The conferring of the Order of the Medje-
die on him by the Sultan, notwithstanding his dis-
missal and apparent disgrace, pretty conclusively
proves that he gained his point with the mob.,]
LONDON, Jan. 18.-The Mohamund outbreak re-
news the anxiety regarding Afghanistan.
The Queen confers Star of India as a mark of ap-
preciation of Gen. Roberts' services in the last cam-
LONDON, Jan. 17.-In a railway collision at South-
port, Lancashire, yesterday, three persons were
killed and twenty injured.
LONDON, Jan. 17.-A dispatch from Caadahar
says that anarchy reigns at Herat.
MADRID, Jan. 16.-A landslip has destroyed thG.
village of Alcala del Jucar, in the Province of Al-
bacete. Several persons were killed, and 50 fami-
lies rendered homeless.
The Czar has ordered 250 new guns from Krupp.

The i::,mpara tivr,ly unpro-lteete.l and
is,:lated position of --.: imip.:.rtaut a it itoi, as Ber-
muda, will, we trust, says the an,,. AN,'y Gia-
:tte, come unler the iumnt-di ite nu.ti.:e oft tie Colo-
nial Defence Com'miiuniiu. A mnty br-ek out
at any time, yr t Bermu-ll Las Nu tc-l.e-raphic ,:om-
munication with any part of tljh, worll, aud it i,,
kept in happy ignora,:.e of what iP ;,iug on. It
cr'tiuly -~n, alrt-.. -tlier wroun that thi- import-
ant p.:,-t ,h,-.ul.l 1e I,-ft without tle:raphii: 1i.:.. lu th*, event of war with F;u-:i., rihe fir-t
Bermuda 'i.-ilt hear of it ni.-'lt be from a RIrN-iau
privateer cruising around the i.-laind, iu.1 laying
torpedoes. The fleet on the station is in s.pkI .lid
,order, and ready for anythiu., andi tie ,h,.:kvard at.
Bermuda is in a inm.:t ei.-nt au.- :ri:.ditable c,,u-
diti.:-n, thalks to the uInerry ni ndtitiu up.rri-
sion of the- ('.qt-liu Supiinutendet : this would
not avail.

ButLY B"y. H iMILr.- Fu.IsI, ]
Iv.1r t -r i ". 1880. J
To the E7:!or.f the .: ,D .t G:,:/,.
DEAR S[R,-1V:,,I,|]I you kindly allow -Ipu.. iu
your imio. valuable '.Pap~,. to correct i;I -~I I:
ments made in the C.,,,ni-t,"' I,-a-z .iui- t ile ,|;h .
ences in St. George's between the l.i,,,i:--.. of that
Town and myself.
Having agreed with tI. Ci-,t.,in of the "Bella
Mudge" to my calculations being based on amount.r .*t,,r., p ii-,
I commenced I;..-, ii,-;, -,,- on 1.,', n i,1 1 con-
tinued till next day at noon M, rt1, r.. r,, 5.. iJ ,ay.
OIn the afternoon ..- Tn.--,i v the bulk : ,I. ,'I,. ;I, I
reached I .ff-.,l :i i.: i,-rn rl. of a cent ti. r bi.h...l to
carry to the nearest stores (about :3 paces fro i tlhe
vessel,) but 1 I r..i', -<. to do so for less ti, ar ,* -.. t.
I then had to r l.-. men on by tl' I,, I. r ith a 0 ..r-
noon. Failing to get the men I w.Uiti, from the
country, the next morning I agreed to :;4 the cent
per bushel, rather than stop the work, i r,,,,h I knew
I should loose money by it.) This :''-i-.,I ,,, a
day or two, when driven to extremities, I was com-
pelled to seek the aid of Colonel 7b, ,. It. who kindly
allowed some of his men to work for me.
On Saturday afternoon I-.. a,,- of the .i,;l;-iro came
S.:'; br irn-ir, ri the labourers who- were
-..lii .. r:,i-.,i. ,,, r- .1 oile cent per bushel, aver-
r,;r, tlut th1 '. 11 ,, !, to get the ill-will of the
tiiiqn., Taking in .....f1,,,, the quantity ot
Corn they were --., nv, for a I agreed to give
it to them for that afternoon only. On 'i,.n I they
went to work for the j cent per bushel, but -, l; as-
sured they had taken an extra qi ithii% of Grain, I
paid them the same as on ,r,,,t I paid them in
Mr. Toddig's Store. No threats were made by the
Soldiers. The only threats I heard, were made by
(a woman of ..>1.,'ttt well known for her choice select
tion of Ihrzt,-u?. A 1. -,v-int of St. (. -.., -'., was
another I.i-'.n most explicit in his r4dtma:-ks, and
seem ed to think a ,ucl;, .. Lr.,IUl 1 I, .,.r I, ....;a t,,
my health. One could hard n,,i-i. i r I rl,:- ii.t,,
of his remarks, w ,.. i .ro take ;nt.. i ; i i tIl i t ,r i
the ,iiilir i-r did not require an- i,,iii, ir.,., his
store, being wII supplied by Her Most Uracious Ma-
jesty the Queen.
I have heard several parties rn n.;., li!;:,. 'i,-
have instigated the labourers to -1,'%- '.,r h,.ier
wages. If tlI-ir object was to make me l.. r.. iv,-
they have much cause to ;1itt-r i.n,:.:.. on their
success. I would like to mention that certain of the
parties, who i-en,_,l their names to the letter in the
Colonist, avowing never having- carried grain for less
than one cent per bushel, are on my Tally i' .,. as'
carrying grain on- board the barques .' ..,'.,. and
Augland at three fractionsfot a cent.
i '; :..',M v -r iun..ded and II ,,.1. I -h. ,, i ,,l. ;,
it il.l th v.- w.. l:.:- Ifor mne forl -- L H .n I.:.r irim.
The statement that I offered tf- I Iloi,..I at 113 .il.:v-
Bay, one penny per bushel, is too ridiculous to be en-
tertained. By inserting i,,.- ..r.:-..:.,;r in your '',t:.:;it
you will confer a great favour on
Yours R-,-i ,r',.l:v.
Ei.',,:': r,[T'E BRiDGE.
Some of the labourers told me that their names
were put to the documentin the Colonist without rii..;r

Two Men E.,'7l by an E'ip),i.,-, on the Steamer
Greece -Several others Seriously T-. i ...;.17- The
Cause of the Catastrophe i... ,/,I ,., i.,rt -A
Case which requires investigation.
'.'t,-. i.tI-i.-er Greece of the N.:.'on-ii Lin. arrived
from Europe at her dock, foot of Firit. street, Ho-
boken, at 2 o'clock -. -. .Lr. afternoon. She
lbr,,-ti a full load of passengers and and
ca. ri-id several hundred tons of soft coal in her hold
as ballast. T!ih passengers debarked, and workmen
began uti-ln.-in t the freight. The firm of Welsh
Brothers, who have the contract for dilii:i-t.4 eti- re-
dores' work.for the N,.i n .1- Steamrlii-. V/ohIp-i y.
went aboard the vessel with about forty "
men, Mr. George Welsh and one of the firm's em-
ployes, named Patrick Dunn, went into the hold of
the vessel to make arrangements for removing the
soft coal. Mr- Welsh carried an ordinary i,.-oi,'
lantern, such as is usually used on shipboard. H -
ordered a dozen of his employes to stand near the

the coal, which had become wet from the bilge water
inthehold. The force oftheexplosion c-,... .way.-
the lower, second and third hatches and tore up a
large portion of the decks. ",-.,i.: Welsh and
Patrick Dunn were instantly killed, and nine men
were seriously injured. Tl w.- .....i -. ..: was iuni'ei
and the vessel was threatened with destruction by
A pe. ice-ia, who was on the dock ran to the sig-
nal-box and sent out an alarm, which Ino ,.iI third
Hoboken Fire Department to the seen-. .-'..r,,I
streams were soon brought to bear on the flames, and
the fire was soon i-.xui;! .-.] ; and then began the
work of searching for the killed and wounded.
Patrick Dunn was bltwn i.p ih.o, *:ii the three hatch-
ways and into the air, a i9 r,.:-, it was, -f
sixty feet. His lifeless body fell overboard into the
water, and was 'i. .:-., up by several boatmen.
George Welsh was blown against the timbers oi the
ship, and his brains were dashed out. August Mc-
Donald, the second steward of the vessel, who was
on the deck near one of the hatchways, was badly
burned about the head and face. William Cutir-ll

and James Anderson, cooks, and Robert Richards,
qu(it L- t n. t. -. .who stood near McDonald, were very
badly hurt. Aliioug- a dozen 'l',.,shbi.rtuln si-),)d
near the lower hatch at the time i.f ih,-,
only three of them were seriously injured and four
slightly hurt. The three most seriously hurt were
John Welsh, a brother and partner of Geurge
Welsh ; Paul Sleicher and Henry Pitt, Charles N.
Brackett, a Custom House Inspector,- was burned
about the head and shoulders.
Coroner Wiggins told the reporter for THE STAB
that the explosion on the re:,ti.n,- Gre:ce was simi-
lar to the fire-damp accidents that-often happen in
the coal mines of this country u.l Eu roe, and which
would be much more frequent were it not for the
fact that the miners use safety lampd. In all of thb-
'Coroner's experience, however, he had never before
known of a fire-damp explosion on ebipboard. He
said that he would take great pains to select intelli-
gent men for thejury at the inquest, and make a full
and careful investigation with a view to ascertaining
where the blame, if any, actually belongs.