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 )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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Bermuda colonist
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lIEAM, UDA. tha. those of any other section of' the toimunuity. being put from the Chr, ,y. liUke-the others de -. '
h;. The aggregate of .small coatributibiis*mounta up. "lared "aanhu oil yaed. ... '
ThelBermj i. Cs irehi .oelely,-, slat fl 1 IfIaimnot miatakeaz, the SoOietvyfor Propagating *T...HNI,.;E 1W..Rm.Y.,-Ladies and Gen-

So.e'o'clo k. ..h' d L .. ....Bi .h ... ,.f ...N.. o'u lao.",inhe-b not to ch an extent, a- lut-hte d ,- I.- )" LES.LLE C- M. .O E.LERS I.
ad B arm e anPE i alte r i IJ ep ng The G o'el c Ives theo pm rti of iti larg 'in- teme n, hetf re we t q.a p o IT a tj th
I- .'.. .o fr,.n'_,.'lledtio .dde ''- small s a I RintheW I tbhan, of thii. umeat-iug. b otvreil to His Lordhip I esi's O- V 1 1
T.he Lo.hSArthAnnA t. l Mueral ntfee Ani ae B r fa .dr-triL i.', f Ec lnd. Dir ghelast. ealt the B1 ii ,:ishop i ht-o e this o t u- o ..7 .eae S ew York

Chiirch .of IEngl d in Bormidaz The *0unt of "t thl Raciety, and to-d r I weiud noine a H s LORI-H[P then ..I.I ,ud said :-*- Ladies ai R fein renc.'-North Rivr, Bank, New Iork.
.fumdi anar~ble o'u' c dino thI s'count for th- r-- *" l i n pu Mr. Paint.*rn'. be.?ine.t a* 1P, 'eutlemen:. it ha affor. ed h,1o ,r1.'i"ll pll.ure to i Co.isinmnent rspctfully solicited ful the
Mm alyetIa r.w ,loexedCl ,Tr wnOT anhld in th.ei C ir,- ,n tothe i t r th'ia tii lass'g a rot.I ih el rIedl, l' y peithtoey. I Bib-i above uf t .a n.d,'.t' f ..I
tiou.the abd riltisate. reen Fi t t e report. Mr. Paihe 4th i t.,s a 1.u in t tide tha t -Ls har a poide over o bur i t for- to
.ie, tfh,:,,ilXhdaoty'tomuch n a'nextentWuomoi.ssht C,, S1MNrs DEALERSoIN'
out o lock. Th' ,. .T' maLwto who llV a h tn. htive.buh -t e, liuh anu inetivie-n a a to ".:n y nr A0 nual Meetin 'it a iO. .ou-e ". -"1 T N
n t t h ee lt A ost v le t priod, but thatli c n t Fr tr t mi

angS d B s rmu lSl Pr i eat ft e riui et aijn the re,.-'.rd uchi'Sc ., oun d l',k ti th:'Sceie ,iall urp,.a '. timr-, iH d i' ,th t. wl' i'ii Berin, d,, h I night be a'ly A pril I '0 4C
i -,Tle'tl'eftiifwa opem-el.'with prayer by' 't"Revd. R otr ;a'rCo.,,,ibln.proa.),rti,,nuf ita, u
,arc J'aiesj.n th4 iu f rni. The Re,'d J. Lu in on a r .io wo an rtr expenses to -t i th you. I'a: plae.. tl t l n t ithl 'o I. ea.le-S ew

*f ,. O n a rom l: io th th-v I r o re 1 'rlike ly1-,t IW. Q ud e StIe redfg e B r o sr ,
ley Lough. ,Sec:'retary, theu rea1l thetAnaiial P ep-,, th On1 t, a pr eio t. eti m'ouvof ea .uhi' e..-3itman to thev al in h to-beeu
S'Iot aInt.-' n R D .oDA RELL E oq.So iiutorG neral. T- I L ty f t ur t h eid
,hic r.Sani:: ptry, 5,is peltht L Sih.ter,,i tS S itri wytdd :,ti ",d criti tii.< iten B ,:Hia. HIt .eemh to thafi t Ia l O DU Re. dtnu',i,-No h Etb.tvor .B,,. e'N ..ew or k.'o
.fuld rdayariabl o ddm6 7 s pin,. zithe ,e>ouutt lfor th prr-, hj i m-- than t the uls a n, tic, i w ie c*pl reL. ouIr r ,yti-, I ah- flo w-bll- -. '-:-
-- en earrwn exce ed. and ihne isi alld- pii y ph .t. above Ftm by -.'. ,
io'bye~altutw kl'ex, rte.-3 a h i ~ l'e'-lre .,;fill the report. 'Vr. Paint.-tin w1 ai iuin.s serve that lt ' 'a f etient wa bi.iht for- ;H. PENIST0 7
on to dom witontb n. ovtb. rdu Ed wita who ah ,i' ld a mhit, a.tive.b yv life., andl, ian i.iu k twar l to h I yi r'Aiuunal eetin at a u e e 'i New York .
':. ,h. .'M"tt ~'.r. oed, tile',rt restr lt- iet h .'o pp-l't:-nee, he I h,, left a 'rtost ,ahualle Jteient period, bhut that n' O dtt r-dine t,, ,oh-Il ., Dte 'It;teiEFron t Stret, iaui-1ft .

h1'6trn t ofpa cotihor usel o rtr *'Tuitv lid prI.n v io'- uaituire of tle r jou..0f rtme- uo se thet the in will Abri so lT E' N .IL PL-,TEI :inJ al f iher inAor-
il..t o..,o ,.. reportias ne E o n. e re,:,, areru-,ber as tIt- ihav,- ,it in o thae .- bn'u,,n to the .i edu:,thOUl. ain rerfi l. oui ittrest, of m tion furehed'nsapplic io '' "
SaAd..,i t'gi. tidt ndtI on a p spets m t ai! properi., vNiwn -lal b a lt e, t m, Atie..% 1n3 d ', a,. r ... "t ., e :ie n,-, t o eett th o. allo .euttl t hd -, hso,-" -"ar p
ot thn ocieV. .The C hurn h b'it lety -bas wisely; iomimeusuirat,. with thie lurI.Jl.JN likely to be d r- it]ere to-ilay at .ionside'ate perhlnal" f ".l" 'err i OO
aimed at1 a partial eunlow ment, wic 'twill matenrl- maaul ed( oif ts. h. tu s- it sst'Illsa theto ht tht t, yillt le (theinst utio. *
T.' a th ot.m'!n w wayre.,rtialtrandoiLeti,,the vdh. 'ii wi.DD REL, Eq.;Si .it,', l-fthneral. ThGe hav I h ae of ithetidd tre Laitp y of thBe oChurch teith- -r -

T s N. I,,-E ,Rf.C.P, had muchpla re opportuit.ev.r adva o ldbetake ofit a tht Mr. R giald yh -id on the subject. I hav o i ,.1 .tRie
'" e 'oa4u ngsti msqilut l.oo. k ti.;h, oh-tRed Mr. Nte..nsne wihl as1rt th' ttoiptrieui incomes of tl, Mr Re iln hais cor-n ctIy.osat .d how a large portion ttuhers A O -t ,

thJame halpropl e for carr ing on te worku1. fthe Ch, t .and in Clir1y are -t-lenet e i t hio davs totn 'h.iutre oftlbe fundsof the t>oIet' for Prpaatwe g-the v 12 -Cham bers tr t .J
S ic. h ...r., Att ener oe reasr '" of it' ;"l..ud.nce. I a""rtiin afraid G O ;.ll ,a o. t.e ind- migLt wi th ada. -It e t be"i a ttempted i D t .h. .j .

a doaii: nI asnuco u'teilsplate spri t fut iir of Ihe he v ulortified with d eole, t ,.- hr thewurkbe tr ed totheLiiie Sp cial .atteia th- o-e ue tru t,.aid t
h Ir ltfSolomon seemseBudaswt.:. .e:i d pr oe e ihIiil oit thiiet. f'' ren t -. t h t the full jI..t e i. emi niidt, tIoy pr -po..erate'. In Ni'tr n I have (Ali'nd
su ifient to earry ou-the work whih we are called Itre .t-iu od the inopifitios, ..y"i urs "riu gi'n work of thre kita is danr e I throu is{a the Nr i Yorpkire.-s. I ,7 d
on to do, without beiny i wovl rbudeed wirth auxietyitha. hini-g'o,-c, 'f th at t .eme-would f: going n a. that there is some ,
on the atoert bi ha :. w dt b teu l to reta'frd pvn -olf wl 'li .-A itial be- efis'k h-o th. d S. i "te zeal- '.ltiatth e w, 'aerdy. taDt t.rr to advocate the BROWN, DoWNIN'rEP & t 5a N ,2' .:,(

ChutelVlhad *bden'tlir -a, *' il~es, trial *T4 heubj1,t1 of t~ h nirchin BR,-mud. claiiosof thew 'lmeoiiiarO letriit. tea i.r
-. r. s t- i t I m' advr'| [e bq thew r Wslth bu-h|t w ._-2
,en~bw"otat to rflitiIt orhidnewenterriesbeig ,4," i t -eihi m 'imlt-l p' .- oi o r, 'a,- .,oloolv .crntiizd.. :W.ahingt'"' arket, New rk.
a 'lte.t tct o e eSi',Y u will haeto'raise 41,00u ot o aneF c si t h _l'.. .f.c- ,.n th whrt.t d,__.I-_ fin'r Ci h. .. ..1 w ", e u r IP "AR2
..t' .. ..i h rs'.tur : int .1 eve... .a an. t-he i ?.-t ", 1 o ..i 'no ,the-ra n,u 'how dani-in't or m e nt in in the ,u ts l ers & ''E V 52 D lr
.ea. o- f obetif.e i'. ur aige xvhenbe is ton rone cr i, ht c of ..i. 'have s... -th. mievs tr"i- et _aik itu he ret t, a.. b a i'd. d o id i
C.- .' _" .; ,ih..d i -lout lh' trenw .n the A.,nnt fonrA If

.eatrmonet(spAi f Rdut.itei -,stillon yet u be: p neut idFt-11mleL.yits rIt i s h l sed t so la a.atnd e th laiy f E U NDE i S IG N-D will re..
-ed- .I ever ewiRiino 'tdurhng thse Ie h e to read tfo .. llowse -f a t on-wi. ahot inteWs ti.:-u by t lit ar N I-

it u strength of a cotinlirs.beif l .e o t'n, if tteor Pubpi'm h ii a lm rues'ofith' B r'moda Cmoment ppose titity e reLit. aim willbe o I a.l timE re-aliv tP reLi ife
;.Wth..t. ..d.. t "h rhte .. .. .. ..x r.a. bl,'erdototer utnler ,th'.- inhab ot rts of th r the edancs t mer aoun aii u.rehim.ous interest ,:df Eeibnio furnimlied'on' a o.'
Fnd of the C Jmh-'.ed.&t in uase of the Pubi anyo af oulf.f sill v,.e.,.. to p.i'vi e pro the a i' the .m to allow s u4fl andso necessary April, "if.
g'-a t; 'bein p .' entinuled, fai ti o seo-we t 1 if t a d he u li- t i' n- i toytert i t an ttolato ., -I ao- -- .^ .-t .t rnte tiil .obiiited.
witorktb el rohthe Chtruntutaue.-teadIy ar it on : p tisthe indirel o taxet levied. eor t"he e-, v ema .t l M s g GALE, y

aunthoeii th belev it i gradually act of 116 th. Ptifh Church V trie ha f th e hs t a t the at SoietC. P. Lohe nC-
any twaye sratrisfactoir ity.- -1 th nesd aity Churen of th e wouln be mi u resiv i it oi hii> T ..
abel t oen o~smflmleit tL.,p~op i.sLlidns of thehr~- y.ell'-ions b leg I'.itnthen-t'-.rtan B ., -Z
t., l' hetla rglf e eleti.'m a coLaunity like oUr p. nt '" htem. R. '" fereho- a t i th e thought th.t thv will o h '"'.kdtitdi,,refent iP a n-s tht 'w,-il ,n-' h-- 'i-. of the ce nae-, ioni. iin taLo ;n(,dVN.-. i. Merchandise.BrokerhI and e M. luu-O K

prpose D in Resolltlta3f S,. wRe ht-bat;-aidn.t h now he -e te subje- tCo. 8
Tas.'N.-" ','--Esq,-iM.C".P,:. had muhl TIe4as1tre o opportunity, every siilvriutisa'e b. h e'taken :if it' all Mr. Iegim ldG-'ay-bas ohn.the subject. .ture s ,A-.ent
in seas to nti rqsle titit to the coi.dii d i e- erouI tr N e wil i.ite mth re tli 'e at-e t ^r ie spoal u .t 'he service tlvs of star how a large porrl compe t-int i I d '
J.aeppibt'of evo wembe t .of te Churc mth of Eand wo woul' d make i.very etfi 'ieuti auraers Th ma int f the funds o.fthe .eie fin Pl..uit a i m, icg Sales ad Remitnces ad e with despatch. re,

i 9l I D p u Esqi-., o ad, ihen -letur hopr1hat it 2ay res tin i- reliering past for work in any brauchi old Millinerv S l' so w l proposed. 'Wh ft re the ,b- better condition o if tln -gs. Ourpeeralexp-rience ablr style 17!h April 188m.-tf: t
f, t- of'ths-Prtate iluix ahe: most ttfu y ll u r i upn- t- t ul, when. ,na y is be-of ing s ess i a'lu. r :.- Gospel are ra ised, and in a iMll N way suti' -P. 0. Box 272-6. -
S..n ..'., E h re en, t rse treasyn at t, ltabmudance. I ai. afraid e v. all, .e0 of the .kind- m wiht ,th aVaut.IPe, l b attenptild

a id:Xto aise fnd coranr l ndot n fort the Ore t fd th gde te t t u ,- tt the Wurk b-entrntd to the-L i n i Spe l ti Cn i
Chtu-$h' !n'B'.h d a.8.wits.'h l. i ''*jsikil-. 4-ilmositv. fPasttetnr n-T it to the extnt r they 4:.l B mi Is. t p pn.slrat Ia 'Ot'u in-

i t .iuhoftCltn good work-. of thek.tidis dne -thrumi the BermudaSh Pero wing to Ship
-if'th Letg i tle gas6t1i4. Aibthla i; t- 1 -tn ,wnt i W- ae. a l s i" -nd the iFont trpitation ;is to 0 .1 A, o .
not hee year cons titute a l, ts.purtism.,l i; 'wilr An nu'l. Me etiu ret o our g r, i o va ,a d. n e.-d., wher To a re. i .ow' t-ih d a i. "io o 4A
.ii what^ ds fi.theio fir sta.ei-'delm n 'p~- sed I. T. Out, hrbri, ., R. D.;Darith lt pilin a ge tln LONDON PRICES iat an- df. a-i-w till render any atniltl ...

inWfartysuport/ik inks'for!vou dyropathy *."u F...\le: t... F., R.J. P. Darrell, ar.e.p., Prompt sales and remittances made.
-Ikf thi 'o.i tik billto.c ad wtrib te f enaour ctlea i.s .there is Thow. Fp..T.u.: r,bM ..ia E C. Jmknefitsto th ''t. t s Cery. in or i ng to dv at the -

"oChll ia{whadt.youeen lyimpathsy r a 'aroutie birne fi- Tilumw us Rnth-' id. Joothjit A. Fritkh All transactionsici arefor C l)a*. e tiherbf 'or Tv "

ture ye ,-s cit.afa .4ting. f -r -. ..others substantial T. N. D- l, x.o.P., .. .. ; or o -d l"ery thflowest p-ic"s being charged .amilton, April l, l .....2 .jn. + :-.

usw^ .^lytr.p6 a ^99 1 flp sq eou'^es I trust thp e suot.e.s whi i- i bau far attended on all purchases tit I/ a i IQ.up wards.
',u ,'a ]. Wi 'L- e ,ts oft..urnot-. ty a- d to:.-Fur' .. .to the .hu .:h as nounall g that thev Lr i now m, po-ition to r a roffe -n IE UN"i" i".- I" vi a'' d '+
"._ t .yt taL,-i I" al 't-. s ada, t 'ie.i: ich t" he o- a, varta-e batthe wor is the C'Public of B rm church valW e ,'ward'le 'N n i "'i T c
Sal we to itw .as i -' nin is.ed to obji) than i ay v douyee fr has hrt, h are M u et oik is the (i ttreh's
,ru`b0 Me, ,itar t g.ti'Fe l -' r dti U.rir-,'tin h m otoeaa .lreio.I, ie, and t. in aidet tha S.oui Custork and who have to.i ple nased with the -Z aims. 7Z. ZT' .

i A brth wfitur t* hey dtie Aipdiol. larcnuhb rt o. t opi 1 of tPeipirtI.bsit' ,ih ryeh r Goods t hey .havebough t'rom-the E POis work idet for o a bcaue it is T
.,AZF- 6 .. io.e'ni pi blR th.. .a pr- .. Re is f l. o'e.,ouie ,,ill',retly o.l.'i.e.y a. during ,.with their- ..h e u d' ,,di ou t-, o. * i. ,,
tPea '-l u 1 toon',km b mtog rI hup iia .ul.. ,_ t. t- 8 .u. ;to ils 18 W O>rK tBt after all, what 46 -' rIA ve, V i r il *" Diit m i I -

Wtl h e cr.t-.plaiio n todhf'dueuwn il,.hav .'pprt I. u agreed h a :,- "nik '.r .e .w'ih i t ks,' .*" t'ura s ..d "f I n t tueur m t ac c i- -.-
tgpe a yp es8 -Bl pub-aplic orthieg, 'i tht oteig di ue i n tI me : .,g our enthu .iant hould i i plicati ... v .. .ler., .gy al,;g t thoua ,d laity Ia I
niin. rap ooltoo hepost'pte-iig io rts so -ei neihant ., ;ei., ,'-ivit ., i .. I.ut iw pleae r oiverso'a tuLu" .ue1 ty a-- '-.Eir
eat nn imo Int.,'Ai did-,db u !it is'still uuoen Rt'u'U1,,--, p holymeutitaxsi i t hde'-... .. .. .,ytit jmeritt . s..Iti to [I e i eased ti t ee so nire an attendan.olL b the ait .II IUNi: wl i e-
u it p t o t e l ui n i tt ii antan-i t,,o ,s ,,- .. h.,,ite,." lik.en h t', -,i t ; ,wltud i I-l kno n
'e(ith, that they desire to see al"nast'd t-ing f t thee i m. resolutiou vemni-ntdd that .we. f.were. espetrihutting I' ts.:- the work. sai Hamiltot, April t, '. 3itis wpdilaity tile .
.muitpe hWo'Ugi&hae gbeefi unable't- , di e I- ,ndg i a u rtial .e .pp rto i, e id, J. i'i. a,1w.lh ,If' 'rann t mii tn. tu-.e. of the Berfmuda C'b'bg-e -'tv :maLI[ ret. i ", 'l 'i : an' t i-e i "ei

S t:a. explIcit rep t,Id o..ther reports .aud gefrrlly T .^ .l t i
S't ep.reve -onmu t 'eae mle *.n r hrin, ifo th a t Jor iioh industlir y displayed i Cs brinuaiently s..rwrd, With the. rm aeig of tt Be.a ,iEt' ijoa hr i an I'ohich a e
"rant'hd 6tbecn m 'ide..eand th o n s it s th tIame s s. beefits.he Chuere thet whole. ra nt i w ih-i r ed trn-fiat-d O I' t Z '
I e.ha ben oy n ,' fur the not uliy taxatioatw.him on itbutae id to For p arhedci tra np y at ttli, t:i[ tr"ls' -a-- ii'L'ri'
too fullv demonstrated. The C1hirch So:.iety' i a mnvy wouesp till hae t pay o 5 per l Soiety forth' zett.
i .thbib CiAotk'go 6n and do bii-hr work effH-itually. tIL6e Om'atn'm.'V i0'e'. i 1hioS2. s m b n's 1 L it, f f
-it,& i.1. A t 1 7 .. .,,E.., .. ,' tr e., il",b : ne .
'it mdst ~I h4gely,.' ott~zhr -the insutmm cn'tali'ty of felt intheindire'.I taxes tites. Unii'r the ty-it Kiss. -' V 1j]J.jjm,
u' h S'S oeiptyi.s 6thl- I bdUiev,, it i .s graTHE Euall Mact of L'6O th gracef y acn le f t Bare e ie.d Driha.i th e at S o oi. ee,'.

Salulated to advanorte their best interestwhal the omplimenmut oppressi,-e aid ithi- uE.wich llLaroe .-ssrmletOf,'lead-" nSdI- '.: "
a''.-'--4Fre- no' inalexttha.,lepithopjesiasum itoh Mi' houIil,-e-ret to eri:' n-orte-d to. W ,ere aIt '1 "i'-,de- u31-6
?-. I. areosi'lth piat-optht ssasm 6,1h elsewhere tled. I believe the ,ute of thep.,epWop i1 would h,- TG osl'io. ble M -7. 0 .
-'.-ld-o e .p'ov'6kq ant whbt h 'oul'd'u inbt;img" d,.-ii,.ledI :n,1 ah lot nanimtouslml in f'avottr ,4 the
7bAhg bet aM6 mlarge u smiigs'an a co mroruntt t like orli -present'rVtei c Rs fsr: en-v ~ hu s eni,. -,'-en i.... .-.toTh t9 7 t"-. A-, And S
a oia. 'le 'atcone".at'utstomed. t.)i stea d'. enrvtive iii')SIItan-,t'of ir-easin oar-'ds' in 8gAtheriu & J /j'Qs ,.D -.+.-. ea. I.d '_o c
lines, but tevertheh-ss the interest in -the Church in;al c-oeihiutio,, X';t, -ha ^, 'in ". -. '' ", '4.a t bertrea t; &.
tSbeietyi4s 'rowiuo'-bne, dad ,oun wiucibh I winlil Pira... ..l Oid aizsstiou wts. uii'.u wbir-h 'Avstas't- Prom Londia d Nw "1'1 C "r l 'ReadeSteWt,
;.des" to see'more 'twakensd. I hte, therefore, to ed on in the Pari,,hs. of P-... ''. ail 'Warwi.k, and presto t-e som, ma now tie seers .tt mIm lol i tiEWn tOsIo d I
-propose'thn emfOl gowLinr ResobimtionfS-c- O h i ,. ..i' ,, ,1iti1 .,,.. .. .. .. .._
,hibcim filet tmum are "I' t i't "'it. n- i.. l. nit the l time L miderignttd.,
h the objects aim a 'b- t s S i e t'i,sve to o it.. .. hy nit eaJlor.'Lalies in *Il 'he sr c "i l e' i I "u J'
-'uonuh- uwto entitle i to to he cdl'-, and generOus" the, wrk w ave mhureti e t rdpe of a
"iapprt-6f every memberlof the Chreh of England h .would make very efs'ent canvas.ers! rh l, i5 r S a m w .pt
''7 BvrtmlUda "'. "ProduceeSeas':in, jutl opened,. v-'j-,5iutter promise, IEs ttoli-lmhliellm, havii,ng tues-n o rti.,ed. orders Agents im Bermuda -.
-". 14 'E" ,EID Eqr,'o'n'rising said;,I hie lt a .n-letrus hope that it mau result imarelieving past ror work in any branch orl"lilinrv ci hbo .... RR. aP
uc iehflatdthe ira oi, di-' ,g 'the. re,-oldtit'ma which eunliarras.mlent., asiI in la- nIhg the foundation ofa 'ua,1iekl executed in the Nl'i mImid ,, "tai m ....SUT4 ABR L BDGE I.I'OSa
welrl. 'Vi so -W Q[1 proPds& 'Wlhat'arie the ub- better condition of tlhigs. Oatr'geueral exp.4rieu.sec able styez. '171h April 8S.-tf-'
t Berm ChuielI Society --paints to the ai:sabilit-y oft seen uin, a partial En- Orders- 'r"ui.niping:. .ren-I, llr.idiumsit 1" "' 1 .. .. ... .
.,,lp.-t. raise fands for an eadowmexxt for the dowineut Fund to0 place the tepmr,,ralitkes of thu rt....i"1 Pu will a ..' :iva Ii E CGC-Jt& & Co -
e+r t { 't"Church on a stisfrusJru,'iPatt I.yi"iS',JRudLL.pCG lu ,t' -a '- ai.
2ad.-to rat"'fun ort-iresustientation of the THE Hosv "w.I H ua-.1u' o i--',s idI d''a th" "'tl -e "aeu c i.. "'t- jx' iTsjt"., NiEC r- NT& ,
-p"" i 'oll i thisI J'i T96 Park 'Place, New York
That the thanks of this meeting be tendered to A8.h April, 18'.-3
..q si u4.tioqetaa, of ti e Clergy ,' ...O..s"erstheSol-.ty foi serrPersons w hdngn to .'hip,
.th.hee.e,,IeL, -mThee m p ,:t -.-, -
,. t-.:.t:.-tc s ~ i~tta leo r prautiqable:ia the Ieree- u the--next yeir.:i TE n po.' ..Co ,m m i .. E--p o-iu Peron wis in to -"i p
,P&I 'd '- ohse a,, chiapeils. .,-, 47 rront Streel ,"'
These object eoust, cn tomato a lajg .portin f'Claurch Him. W_..H. Golng-, .N. A. Cooper, To a reib10 and A
tt t b._h.up- -f..J.3H. Tru uahJ.amn, F. 1.. Cooper, .c.p, ,I. .B s't str.ctl -6,., . .-o.. o
,m ; io \- "- ii-t:M S.,thain, T., W. Hunt, M.D., Are Manfactnrei s Agents,- and sunnWi, t he an- do so' anyu7 o -.
y-dWl eara-/uy orti: it" askq"or ',ou'uivp 'hy, Jh F" .... i- .,.' ra, R. ;P. Darre.l l .x ... .. IPromipt sales and rendttane'es made. .
im kfIl,,f unable to ce nit nhateot-yoaz means there is T .... J.. Ti-s-n, -" 1 .1-t'ik-son, s .of d n:..1.-.
el w t',a ou ifit- Th,,m.ii .'. Reid. John A. Frith, All transactions are for C % S8 !. ei~ther'beforo ..-;. .. ..,:.-I
tare yeaNrs i.ntad .ibfing-urth. x-othens substantial T. N. DI], 3I.o.P., ". Datil, ,.0 or ou.d livery: .th owest ptees 1 charged Hamilton, April. -1 .
J. H. Thonas ....Charles V. Ingham. for ec"h anti le,,W aud.-5 1:r .cent. discount a- '0 5 .

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April B6-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst,
Xew York; mails and general cargo.-Agents,
Trott & Cox.
24-Mail Steametr Orinoco, Fraser, New York;
$ general eargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
i; .: :i* n T ..
Ap IT -Barque Eliza Barse, Hollis, New York;
6 blas. potatoes and 4,046 boxes onions.
l-4Wrsa*qlnamer Flamborough, Whitehurst, New
Itsi,; Sl,5i 1 bls. potatoes, 12,017 boxes onions,
1,'lS1boxesa tomatoes, 110 boxes beets, 6 ble. ra-
tt4- S. ,Vidotte, Fuller, New York; 9,891
boxes o0Ions, -6,646 boxes and $ crates toma-
tOE 1,161. bhi potatoes, .85 boxes beets.
'.ne.E. Goodwin, Giffin, Demerara ; 1,449 boxes
onions, 233-bls. and 12 boxes potatoes.
g2-,Brigt. ,.8t;y 9lark, Stahl, Pansaeola; 300 tons
alt asd 20 boxes 6nions.

*In ihe Mail Steamer Oris'no on Sunday last from
Sw ,prk ;-Rev. S. C. Logan, Colonel H. IM.
*1st BDoi and son, Captains E. Montaine,
a &e'stJ. B. 1Oon, Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Sinak, Mrs. J. C. Ecolston, Mrs. J. A. Dupont
wa 5 6 children, Mrs, Richmonid, Miss Sarah White,
e$ikB trand Backie Stewart, Misses Blanche
hioomaker, Messrs. H. Despard, J. C.
Wstl4iton, H. C. Rouae, Colgate Hoit, George
Allen, G. N-. Bartlett, W. H. Hain, E. C. Horn-
aoaE A. Raymond, D. T. Norton, J. H. Hoit,
F. HK "Dagles, E. A. Jackson, J. Haffelfonger,
MailsWhite, J. Band, Edward Halton and R. C.
Taitf2.--2Mh.' LUKoy, M.Demphios, J. F. Hen-
Ay, A. a'-# Saiah G. Bush, and a in the
teerage. "' "
i tie Mail steamer Flamborough, for New York,
o %t.ay last, Revd., J. E. Wright, Messrs. W.
i.l nson, "T. H. Lewis, G. 0. Brackett and F.
L.wnllen.-2ted. CWin: Mrs. H. Smith.-Deek
Thbom Sheehan.
KH. ,M.8. Tetados, Captai FPane, left yesterday
Wa Iaglifax. Captain Fane will be employed dur-
lag th ultiaaasrnonths as senior offer Newfound-
land fisheries.
1. '. S,' ye, Statf-Captain Sarratt, arrived on
Sunday lbst f*tm Portsmouth, England. The IV.
ha brought out a large number of engine room ar-
tiicers, ie., for service iu the Naval Yard here,
having been engaged by the Admiralty at a special
rate eEa.y Only picked men have been selected.
X ,. M 8. Oaentes, Captain KKmihan, would pro-
beblyleave Malta with the Lothiau Regiment for
the West Indies on 12th instant.
"% rrenah" Gun-boets Etqaffit, Commander
t"RB and a'Atieimne, Camnrader -----, have
arrived here from GuadaToue : he former on Fri-
day evening and latter yesterday morning. Both in
w 'eof cpal., ,
Stebamr L Lr,Derby,,pt ain Fyter, fro.n Gibral-
tar bound to Baltimore irith a cargo of iron ore, ran
on the Kitchen tihoals off East Endof these Islands,
-p&mday orningr apt. The L. D., wan. boarded
by 7t P. .iora, who with great difficulty,
uuee40 4 fa extAietin the steamer from the rocks
a e. tr ia Murray's Anchorage. Through
ut.,Q aptain Foster caused the Qu4qAttine
-7tJ o bb d which could not be lowered al-
Ut b Bno asikness on beard, until directed by Dr.
Utitnfld, Healt4 Officer for East End.
3 -AA. 0. Tinge hence at Wilmington on 10th

-* k l Nerah hence for Boston at New York on
the 17th.
%Te Ser. 'Cook Bordei was to leave New Yore
fort brmuda on the weing of the 20th instant.
D4fdia cleared at Liverpool for Bermuda April 4
Jwedie loading at Urdiff for Bermuda April 8.
'tPl tr M.' Steamer eta is likely tbq detained
at -Ullbst a4 day or two beyond her usual time.
She may therefore not be expected here before to.
morrow or Thursday.

OaMrwoc Stowa DmrAnxmnrr.-Deputy-Asuist-
aat.Oouiuseary-General G. R. Warren, Bermuda
to Pytatiouth.
.krViUsam, Muir, K.C.B. vacates his appoint-
ment as Director General, and. retires from the
service, being succeeded by Surgeon-General T.
C=awford, M.D.
Dy.-Surgeon General J. Sinulair, fM.D., has been
promote to-the rank of Surgeon-Oeueral and ap-
pointed to Aldershot.

the sdito of the oyal GOautt.
SBIEr-OUn MQdady evening a aweting was
0bI4t* e H arrington School with ,. view to wq.
kltebbtural Ausoqiatiou in HamIlke

be ta_ maty ordered a- u .eess, jamushe sthe
obH tieTr was a~ttaeitd. oti ori
kb nat","Hailtohn P bribm Farers o 1 e e:
eiar to those @ready cattbliehed in ti q
az IW otbcheo cotahttutnet a rsd byl Er
It' Mid oa that oor Pl-s', d ,'
qlea3t~upeene-ate fowlbe ngrto she'.absoi
lane..eltyc s of adted.aeuton; henoe the orgazis'.
ihr Sfthee clbs. -A step in the right direction,
k, if pwopal developed, dmusnt undoubtedly

utha lsstiigia April 21sit, B2.

WMAIbMeMt~iles( oliportutilt of informing
Pesek we have recely a number of
*Cit4.fihlrpea-f'r tbe building of the above:
wek| ftitob 6no*e by the next arrival Every
e^5):frta ined 4'ouj London Correspondmnt,
B tA~ aI^nglnd. fle plans asno estimates
0p41have A I ri un4 bai Di3on place Jp the hands
.onaidertheb#st rBdl wdtbte to ta ke-i cal4$ag
our People forward to for& a Gitain' Ship Cowl.

1587. .' 'a StsAhM.

ag We are requested to make known that Mrs.
Gordon will be AT Hoen" on Wednesdays, April
26th and May 10th, from 4 o'clock to 6-30.

TERM, 1982.
11th April, 1882.
The hearing of the Appeal of Henry Thomas
Swan against a conviction by two of the Justices of
the Peace for Devonshire Parish for selling spirits
on Sunday contrary to the provisions of the eigh-
teenth section of the Liquor License Act,lS830, was
The Justices in compliance with the rule made
by the Court on the 8th instant brought up the
conviction, and the depositions on which it was
The 24th section of the above Act provides that
a person proceeded against for a penalty and feel-
ing himself aggrieved by any conviction, judgment
or order of any Justices or Magistrate may appeal
to the Court of As'ize, and after providing for giv-
ing notice of the appeal and a Bond to prosecute
the appeal, continues "and the said court may
"quash, affirm or carry the conviction or order, or
"send the iwme baiek for rehearing"f etc.
The Court. examined the conviction or judgment
made by the Justices, but the Chief Justice said he
did not see how the depositions could be looked in-
to, but thought the witnesses should be examined
before the Court again.
7'he Soliritfr Gener'tl, (for the appellant). I sub-
mit that the depositions on which the conviction
was founded must be looked at in order to enable
the Court to determine what 'it will do, and that
the alternative given by the Act to send the case
back to the Justices for are-hearing, clearly shows
that this Court cannot hear the case.
Cief Justie. I am afraid we cannot look at the
After some further argument and discussion the
Ohief Justice said the Court would adjourn until
the next day to give the other side the opportunity
of summoning the witnesses and having the case
tried again, and that if they came forward the
Court would hear the case. If not the appeal
would be allowed.
The Wuorahipful T. N. ,ll, J.P. Will the Ma.
gistrates be required here to-morrow, your Honor ?
Chief Justice. I do not require you to attend.
The case was then adjourned until to-morrow
(12th), at 11 a.m.
12th April, 1882.
Chrf .astice. Is anyone here to prove this case
No one appeared.
Chief ufti'. We do not like this case to be de-
cided on anything but its merits.
The Su.iiitor General. Does the Court still con-
sider it cannot look at the Depositions ?
Chief Justice. Certainly. I '' how they
can be made evidence, the case -.u-t atand over un.
* til next Term.
The Solicitor General. I am anxious that the ap-
pellant should not be prejudiced so far as his Bond
is concerned.
Chief Justiis. I think he has done all the law
required him to do. It is not his fault that the
appeal cannot be heard. The case will stand over
until the next General Criminal Seasions.

L n'It will be observed by advertisement in our is.
sue of to-day, that the Merchants' Bank of Halifax,
NovarSootia, announce their intention of opening
an Agency in.. Hamilton, Bermuda, next month
S-with Mr. N. A. Butterfield for Agent-for, the
transaction of all kinds of Banking operations.
Those who have held that a Bank was necessary
as well as desirable iu Bermuda, will have reason to
feel a satisfaction at the prompt announcement to
which we give publicity to-day; while those who
have held a Bank Agency in Bermuda, undesirable
from many points of consideration, will wat'.h the
experiment, now entered on, with no little curiosity
as to its financial success and its effec-ts on our so-
cial and commercial progress. Years ago the es-
tablishment of a Bank was agitated, and one of our
keen discerning merchants in a communication to
the Royal Gazette gave his opinion against its suc-
cess. That the Colonial Bank did not establish an
agency, that the field has, up to this time, remained
unoccupied appears almost prin ut 'ae'e evidence that
a Bank had nO opportunities of success here, how-
ever convenient its use might prove. We presume
Mr. Butterfield has fully determined to fairly test
the practicability of the project by so readily under-
taking it. If the establishment of this Bauk
Agency shall in any way tend to the improvement
of our trade ag4 commerce, while subserving pri-
vate and public eonv.nience, no small benefits will
accrue from the opening of its doors. A few years
ago an interesting series of articles appeared in our
colunas on Banking Inst tutions disclosing many
interesting items.

ig On Saturday evening the 15th inst., a few
I brethren belonging to H.M.S. Northanmpton, aseem-
bled at Mr. Wm. Matson's, .Sea View Cottage,
Somerset, and entertained Bro. W. E. Adamson of
that ship to a supper, prior to his departure for
England. After a most liberal and substantial re-
past andjthe usual loyal and Masonic toasts were
given, Bro Adamson was presented with a beauti-
fully embossed Album, with a most suitable
inscription, recognizing his services in the Masonic
cause. After a very feeling reply from Mr. Adam-
's. on, a mostenjoyabeevening was spent and the ap-
proaching Sabbath brought it to aclose, with thanks
to Mr. and Mrs. Matson for the admirable manner
Sin which they catered for the occasion.

The New York Farmers Colonization
Company (Limited.)
There has been sent us by Mr. A. G. Light-
bourn, the Secretary, through his father, Mr. Alex-
, wander H. Lishtbourn, formerly of these Islands, a
opy of the Prospectus of the above named Conm-
Spanfo~ned in Toronto, Canada, as also a map of
, the:a&in Manitoba' and the'North West Territo-
-ries, in which the Company purpose investing and
'colonizing. Capital 300,000 in shares of '100
Mr. Lightbourn, in forwarding these documents
[ to us saye that "he has heard incidentally that there
is a party of yotlug men in Bermuda thinking a-
boat emigrating o the North West. I send the
enclosed for general information, if 'you think it
worth while to shew them. The Prospectus repre.-

* sents one of the-best companies that has come un-
der my notion. I have marked their lands on the
map in red. To assist the settlers this Company
will advance abott $500 at 6 per cent. interest,
taken as a loan on the property. The North West
fever is raging here to a very great extent and also
in the old country. Last week I witnessed about
20 fine, handsome young Irishmen with their me-
chanics, all possessing 75,000, goin through here
for Winnipeg to take up land for themselves and
their friends to follow."
The Prospectus and Maps may be seen at the
Stationery Store adjoining our Ofe.e.

Prices of Bermuda Produce in the New York
Market, April 20.,
Potatoes, pe, barrel..... 70
Onions, per box..........I76
Beets, per box..........1 5200
Tomatoes per. cate... ,,. 50o to 70c
Southern potatoes, liberalupply, selling at $6.

The Bishop of Newvoundland and
On the Sunday before last His Lordship officiated
in the Parish Churches of Smiths an'd Hamilton,
preaching at'Trinity Church in the evening, as
noticed in our last. On Suulay last His Lordship
preached in Paget and Warwick, and in the even-
ing delivered his farewell discourse at Trinity
Church, deriving its text from Th,- Acts xL., 22-
24, "Then tidings of these things came unto the
ears of the church which was in Jerusalem: and
they seut forth Barnabas that he should go As far
as Antio,--h. Who, when he came, and had scen
the grace of God, was glad, and exhorted them all,
that with purpose of heart they would cleave unto
the Lord. For he was a good man, and full of the
Holy Ghost and of faith ; and mu' h people was
added unto the Lord."
Barnabas the exhorter, the son of consolation is
represented as a good man, and as a consequence
full of the Holy Ghost, abounding in faith. Let
exhortation and consolation remain unsevered.
When the Holy Ghost- which is the Comforter is
come He will reprove the world of sin ......" A
good man that is a genial or lovable man, sudi as
.St. Paul asserts for whom one would dare to die.
Was glad when he saw the operation of grace.
When you see others happy, when you observe any
substantial good in progress rejoice over it, it is
proper, it is right, to feel glad. We are more apt
to commiserate misery than to rejoice over good,
which produces no slight salutary influence. Bar-
nabas' exhortation was thatlwith PURPOSE or IEaRT
they would (lere unto i/,s Lord.
The heart is a complicated mechanism which
under proper guidance will perform with great
nicety its delicate and intricate work. Allowed to
go out of repair the machinery must work to great
disadvantage. Let not your life be an aimless onur-,
but let. it be directed ever to the attainment ofe
higher objects and there can be none higher than
those rooted in eternity. Like the everlasting hills
held down by attraction you are by a secret power
of attraction drawn to Christ, a real Chri-t and
God, and not to a mere abstract Christ. Cling to
Christ just as the limpet holds fast to the rock to
which it is fastened, aware .-that severance means
death. Feelings are not judges, are not tests, but
important means to an end. Progress in your
work, for anything eldfhmeani relapse. Persevere
with purpose of heart in your course of vital pro-
gress. My people it is your life, your all, "cleave
unto the Lord."
The Bishop, accompanied by Mrs. Jones, em-
barked yesterday morning in H.M.S. Tenedos,"
for Newfoundland via Halifax, after a sojourn, on
this his second visitation to Bermuda, of four

OF With regard to the rumour that Her Majes-
ty's Ship Ueyet t while lying at Jamaica had several
cases of yellow fever on board, We are author-
ized to state that official information ha.s been- re-
ceived that not a single case of this disease has
been known on board of that vessel, since her arri-
val at Jamaica.

The Sacred Concert given at Mechanics' Hall on
the evening of Tuesday, last by Amateurs, under
the direction of Mr. G,.F. Boucher, organist of
Trinity Church Hamilton, was well patronized the
proceeds some 17 being devoted to the Building
Fund of the Pembroke Sunday School. The
Programme was generally a heavy one for so small
a band to undertake, and we do them great credit
when, bearing that in'mind, we say that they ac-
quitted themselves with ability. Two Canadian
ladies whoare sojourning amongus, lent invaluable
aid, and it is gratifyingto mark their active co-upera-
tion with our native ialent.

gg We understand that a portion of the cargo
of the Orinaeo this week will be transhipped to Lon-
don, if the prices at New York continues as tunsat.
isfactory as they were when that nteams.hip left. We
trust that the report is correct, and that the New
York market will, by the judicious exercise of such
an option be held at more remunerative rates f',r
our planters. That however cannot be accomplish-
ed without a strong anud united effort.

From the United States and Europe.
The Mail Steamer Orinoco, Captain Fraser from
New York, reached her dock at Hamilton at 10a.m.,
Sunday, having anchored at Grassy Bay for a short
time awaiting the tide. She left New York at the
usual hour on Thursday.
We are indebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser
Dupont, and others, for New York papers of tLe
latest dates.
The Queen returned from the Riviera to Windsor
Castle on the 15th inst., having, we are greatly
pleased to learn, fully enjoyed her Continental
The Sunday A Y. Her ld of April 16, contains
one hundred and nineteen columns of advertise-
The Broadway Store of Stewart's, New York, has
fallen. Mr. Stewart's friend and successor was
not equal to Mr. Stewart in his comprehension of
the peculiarities of the dry goods trade," hence the
Mr. Parnell will be absent another week from
Kilmainham on account of urgent family affairs.
The suspects in Naas Jail made a disturbance on
the ground that fever existed in the prison.
A bailiff in the employ of Lord Leconfield has
been found dead with his skull fractured.
Mt. de Lesseps' scheme for flooding the Desert of
Sahara has been approved by the French Cabinet
It is said that the French regard the occupation
of certain points on the frontier of Tripoli as indis-
The Mansion House Jewish Relief Committee is
anxious to work in perfect accord with the Ameri.
can Committee.
Fifteen persons have been killed by a colliery ex.-
plosion at West Stanley.
The Perrire prize for the best paper on education
has been awarded to a competitor in Boston, Mass.,
who omitted to forward his address.
thrbe total proceeds of the sale of the second por-
tion of the Sunderland library on Tuesday were
2 322.
Sir Henry Cole, K.C.B., is dead.

The race for the City and Surburban HIndicap
at the Epsom Spring Meeting was won by Lord
Roasmore's bay colt Paiisaio.
The hopeful attitude of the British Government
toward Ireland is shown by the fact that the re-
leases of suspects greatly outnumber the new ar-
An Irish bailiff has been shot dead, and a rent
agent has been shot in the legs.
An anonymous threat has been made to blow up
the cavalry barracks at Windsor.
Mr. Gladstone has explained that Mr. Errington's
mission to the Vatican was to convey to the Pope
an intimation of the state of affairs in Ireland.
Russian Jewish refugees are flocking to Odessa
most of them in a destitute condition.
A colliery explosion occurred near Sunderland.
Four dead bodies have been recovered and fourteen
persons are missing.
A man has been arrested in Berlin for bonneotiou
with the Hitton Garden Post Offibe robbery; 3,QQO
n watches and diamonds were found on him.

cr A Despatch from Halifax via New'York
was received by the Rev. Dr.Walsh, announcing the
death of His Grace the Most Rev. Archbishop
Hannan, which event took pla.'L( on Monday 17th
t1- J. S. McLEz,, Esq., of Halifax, who is
making a short visit to these Islands, delivered a
most interesting address in St. Andrew's Church,
on Wednesday evening last. The exercises com-
menced by singing the hymn beginning All hail
the power of Jesus' name";-after which Rev. Mr.
McKeen, Minister of the Church, engaged in
prayer. H e then introduced Mr. McLean to the
audience, and in doing so stated that although he
is a member of Presbytery, he is- by no means a
sectarian-his praise is in all the churches"-and
he felt sure all present would be highly gratified in
hearing him speak.
Mr. McLean then read, as the basis of his re-
marks, the 15th chapter of John's gospel. He
commenced by saying that he wished it to be dis-
tinctly understood that he had not come amongst.
us as an evangelist or preacher, but as a busy
business man be desired to direct the attention of
others, who like himself are engaged in business
pursuits, to some of the methods of doing good ;
and as lie is deeply interested in Young Men's
Christian Associations he would choose those insti-
tutions as being of vast importance in moulding
the life and character of the young. H., then spokv
of the present time-of it-, mieutifit discoveries,
and of the many agencies, unknown twenty years
ago, but which are now in operation and which, if
rightly directed, must tend to the advancement of
civilization and religion. On the other hand the
present is fraught with danger and temptation-
infidelity, impure literature, and other forms of
evil are presented in their most attractive guise.-
All- are aware, in some measure at least, of the
difficulties and trials which beset a young man on
his entrance into life, more especially in large cities.
Freed from the influences and restraints of his
home, feeling lonely and wretched, he is perhaps
thrown amongst those who spend their leisure
hours in the haunts of dissipation and vice. He is
glad of anything which offers relief to the terrible
home sickness which oppresses him, and yielding
to temptation he is lost. But the benefit in such
cases of Young Men's Christian Association is in-
valuable. To-day: no mother sending her boy
into the world, need fear that. her good example
and pious teaching will be lost. Let her only,
or a friend write to the President or some other
officer of the Institution, and he will be kind.
ly received,-introduced to those who fear God-
advised, and, in many cases, helped in the best way
of procuring suitable employment. In the princi-
pal cities both of the old and new world, these
noble institutions are to bt1 found; large and
handsome buildings are devoted to them-they are
furnished with extensive libraries, music rooms,
bath rooms and gynmasiums. As there is always
a committee waiting to rece-ive strangers, all may
be sure of a welcome and find the comforts of home.
Mr. McLean spoke of the rise of those Associa-
tions, since 1844, when George Williams, then a
clerk in a London warehouse, requested his employ-
er to give him the use of a room, where he and a
few of his fellow clerks, like minded with himself,
might meet to discuss the best methods of doing
good to others. From this small beginning has
grown the mighty organization whose branches are
now to be found in nearly every town in England,
in several on the continent of Europe, and in
America. The students in many of the colleges
are en.rlled as its member-.; it is doing a vast work
among railway men, among emigrants, and among
the Freedmen of the South.
The lecture was concluded by an earnest appeal
to all, especially the younu, to seek the religion of
Christ. It can sustain and omfort under the most.
trying circumstances-it is the surest way to sue.
cess, even in this life,-and it ensures to its pos-
sessor all the bless-edness of a glorious Hereafter.
Mr. McLean then offered up a prayer, beautiful in
its einplieity and adaptation to our many wants
and difficult ies.
Rev. Mr. McKeeu on behalf of the meeting,
tendered its thanks to Mr. McLean for his kindness
on the occasion : the hymn, Rescue the perish-
ing," &e., was sung by the congregation, and the
benediction was pronounced by Mr. McKeen.
The foregoing is but a very imperfect outline of
this admirable lecture. It is to be regretted that a
larger number 'of persons did not avail themselves
of the privilege of hearing it-and this regret is
deepened by the fact that we shall not again have
the pleasure of listening to Mr. McLean, at least
during his present visit, as he returns to Halifax
by the steamer expected to arrive to-morrow.

TO APRIL 24-Tr, 1882.
Eames, Mrs............. Concord, N.H.
Coburn, Chas. IM.......Skowhegan Me.
Miss J. L. f
Merritt, Dr.M King.... New York City.

Smith, Mrs.Geo.Gregory St. Albans, Vt.
Van Norden, Mrs. Chas. J t Alban t
Whitlock, B. M. ....... New York City.
Brokaw, Isaac ......... Newark, N. J.
Davis, R. H. .......... Saratoga Spgs, N.Y.
Chauncey, Mrs Daul...
Ms Mary L.i Brooklyn, N. Y.
biheldon, Miss Florence..
Bartlett, Mrs. Geo. N... San Francisco, Cal.
Morrill, Rev. C. W ..., New York City.
Glenny W. H. ........
S Mrs. .. Buffalo, N.Y.
Bnrwell, Dr. Geo........ 1
Noyes, Fred. B. ........ New York City
Mailliard, A. ........... San Francisco, Call.
Stokes, Capt............Hmlt Ca
". Mrs" & Maid ... }amiton, Canaa.
Artend, Edw. ......... New York Olty.
Gates, Mrs. MI. A. ..... Saratoga Spgs., N. Y.
Douglass, R. S ........
Mrs. R. S ..
Master W. M: Boston, Mass.
Frank .......
Wright, Rev. J. Edwd.. Montpelier, Vt.
Brackett, Geo. C....... Brooklyn; N. Y.
Stillwell, W. E. ........ East Orange, N.J.
Macleau, J. S ........ i
Campbell, Geo. W. .... Haifax, N. S.
Boardman, Geo. D .... ) Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. B.. } Phila
Gardner, Capt. Wm. R. New York City.
Shields, J. ............H.M.S. 2Tednaes..
Gain, A.F. ............

Taylor, C. G.-R.N. ... H.M.S. Yorthampiont.
Fieron, Lt. Vease, Com. Esatftte
of French Man-of-war Estafette
Bartlett, Geo. N. ...... San Francisco, Cal.
Harris, Col. W. H ..
Norton, D. Z. .......
Hoyt, J. H. ........... >Cleveland, 0.
Rouse, H. C..........
Raymond, S. A. ........
Homans, E. H ......... i New .York City.
Hoyt, Colgate. .........
Bond, Jos., Jr. ........ Boston, Mass.
Tait, R. C. ............ Shediac, N.B.
Eceliston, Mrs. J. H. ... New York.
Shoemaker, Miss Nellie
Stewart Bennie
c Rebacca ,Baltimore, Md.
White, Sallie .atnor, Md.
Jackson, E. A. ..........
Perot, W. Y...........
vj ,; ile ...... .... .

Boile, Col. H. M. ......
"' Mrs's,44 ...... Scranton, Pa.
and Sonu"
Logan, Dr. S. C. ......
Hatton, Edwd. ........
Denipsie, Le Roy. M. .... New York City.
Olatou, Capt. ...........


BREAKFAST.-SuTND, April 23rd, 1882.
Saratoga Hathorn Spring Water. Fruits. Oat-
A* meal and Hominy.
BROILED-Sirloin Steak. Tenderloin Steak.
Mutton Chop. Spring Chicken.
FRIED-Ham and Eggs. Liver and Bacon. Sau-
sage. Rock Fish. Fish Balls.
Fricaseed Chicken. Baked Beans. Saratoga Chips.
Fried and Baked Potatoes., .ot Rolls. _rea
Corn Bread. Wheat Cakes:. Bucl Whes
Cakes. Tea. Hot Milk, Coffee.
SOUP-Consomme and Pot au Feau.
FISH-Baked Rock, Madeira Se.
BOILED-Corned Beef and Vegetables,. Log of
Mutton, caper sauce. Tongue. Ham,.
ENTREES-Potted Pigeon ala Flamande. Rice,
Pears au Sucre. Macaroni au Fromag. Chick-
eu Pie al Delmouico. Coquetts de Fomaro.
Chickens Liver, wine Sc.
ROASTS -Rib of Beef. Sirloin of Beef, dish.gra-
vy. Turkey, Spaniel Sc. Stuffed Chicken,
Giblet Sc.
RELISHES-Worcestershire Sauce. London Club;
Sauce. English Cheese. Olives. English
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles. Piccalilli.. Ca-
pers. Parmesan Cheese. Walnut Catsup.
Sliced Tomatoes. Bermuda Cucumber.
VEGETABLES--Mashed Potatoes. Boiled:Sweet
Potatoes. Bermuda Onions. Peas. Corn.
Stewed Tomatoes. Lettuce. Radishes. Tur-
nips. Beets. MashedPaupau. Boiled Rice.
Carrots. Cauliflower. New Boiled Bermuda
PASTRY-English Plum Pudding, Brandy Sc.
Apple Pie. Prune Pie. Peach Pie. Custard
Pie. :
DESSERT-Lemon I.:e Cream. Sponge Cake.
Orange Snow. Roll Jelly. Blancmange with
Jelly. Claret Jelly. Fruit. Coffee.
Stewed and Raw Oysters.
C'OLD MEATS-Roast Beef. Ham. Corned
Beef. Tongue. Turkey. Chicken. Mutton,
Pickled Lambs Tongue. Pickled Pigs Feet. Boil.
ed Salt Mackerel. Chicken Salid. Lobster
BREADS-Cold Rolls. Toast. Graham Bread,
Canned Fruit.

Prune Sauce.

The Hamilton Hotel will remain open until 2$th

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Dma Sun,-The present is likely to be a memoras.
ble period in the history of Bermuda, for at last the
people are awaking from their sleep, and are brush-
ing off the cobwebs and dust that have so long ob.
secured their vision, and are asserting their. Tghts
in tones that cannot be mistaken.
To be conservative is no fault unless carried to
excess, "but we have been. too conservative, 'and
have gone too much on the theory, that.. "my
father's a-tions must be the pattern-for mie, not
comprehending that the world movsg'-onoi'or4 '"ad, l -
that we mut, either more with it, or crug4 be.
neath the wheels of progress, become fossps to-be
examined with curious eye by the rising generation.
We have at last discovered that monopolies,.will
crush the life out of any people, for if we allow
them to exist, private enterprise must die.
The beef monopolists made fortunes th rough their
contracts with the Imperial Government, and by
high prices placed fresh meat beyond the reach of -
the bulk of the people, until private competition
compelled a reduction, and brought prices within
reasonable bounds.
The mohoply of steam i- doomed, for through
their greed, and their desire to control all the car-
rying trade of Bermuda at their own figures, the.
Quebec Company have given proof that they have
made, and are making a goodly pile out of BerVum
dian pockets; for although the Intercoloniql may
drive them from the St. Lawrence 'and Spanish
Regulations from Porto Rico, they would stick to
us closer than a brothlier, aye until our treasury be
dry, but that the Peoples Steamer is looking 4p,
and foreign monopoly must give place to Bermudian
The rings that have encirled us, and strangled
our farming interest, received their death blow in
the decision of the Corporation on the Shed Ques-
tion, and the Farmers' Clubs starting up in every
parish will put an end to a system that created for-
tunes for a few at the expense of both producer apd
consumer. The presence of New York buyer show
that the New York marketmen are tired of buying
trash for which high prices have been paid to cover
bad debts, and the best Inspectors we can have pre
the New York dealers who wilU buy produeO Qy
on its merits. .REFO .M.

29, at St. Andrew's Church, Rodney-street, by the
Rev. J. M. Darling, M.A., WILLIAM, only son oC
the late George Waddilove, to ELLEN LANG TUCe.
ma (Nellie), elder daughter of J. Nimmo Wardrop,
and granddaughter of the late Brownlow Tucker,
Esq., St. George's, Bermuda.-Liverpool, .E* Sodj
.Dalyj ourier, Marek 30. *

DIED, in Paget Parish on 18th inst., MA ., be.
loved wife of Mr. Joseph Hinson, aged 85 years.
....... fell asleep in Jesus on 14th inst., in this
Town, CHARLES HiEY, infant son of Henry H.
and Fannie H. Gibson, aged 10 weeks.
... .. in this Town, on 22nd ipst., after a l' i
and painful illness "which be boie with Christian
resignation, Captain Josw T:.YATs; ad 777 years
and 5 months, leaving 'a bereard Widow6,"two
daughters, 3 grandchildren, and nutiaro relativev e
and friends to mourn their )os.-His ed wse
peace. ,.. -' ., ,.
..... at St. Georgqa, 0th ,
whooping cough, FAur in fant au4
of Mr. and Mrs. -amlO. Mctap,. aged I.s
apd twentylth9ree days, -;,
....... at the residence of hi .s .6botboeian-law,
B. Walker, Esq., in thi Town, on..Id.pwet..after
an illness ol only five daysyGfiaoRB.oH. :Dzhopsox,
Esq., aged 50 years and- 9'month0 .eaVing .j,- go.y'
daughter, aged parents, -broghera (.s.
well as a large circleof other ,relatives anY,;bfnd.
to lament his death.
(Denerarai d Ber e papi t .

9S A Supplement of Fivectl-
unins accompanies f iue fe "(a te
It contaipl I R ott A. M. kork
Sl*ool A.thletic Sports Ja lig tter
to the Editpr, i ni o ,r Nio,,i'g Street
Procession IndepetdeOt POrd e fo p ~14*
ritans; : ", .' '- .2" a *

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IRKUTSK, Siberia, April 18.-I have this morning
received startling nowi from Mr. Jackson, th.,
special Commi-siun'pr, w plo was sent in search ..f
the Jr ..e survivors. He apparently forwarded
the dispatch by courier. It ran as follows:
April 6, l8'2.
"I have just met a courier bearing dispatches
from W. H. Gilder, the 1fr,*'.l correspondent with
the R,.,I,.r,, whomui the courier had accompanied
*from Kolymnk, on the Kolima River, to Verkhoy.
ansk,!400' miles north of Irkutsk. GlOder had made
a journey of 2,000 versts among the Chuckehes.
He was sent forward with the news that the R,,-.
tu, had been burned and sunk ; that Lieut. Berry,
with the officers and crew, 03 in number, are at
Tiapka, near Cape Serdze; that a vessel should be
sent for them as early as possible."
Fears of a rising in Catalonia continue, In ad-
dition to the strikes a prolonged drought is causing
great distress among the working classes.

To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 2ith instant, at noon,
At the Queen Street Auction Room,
Will Sell, by Auct;o

Just Opened, comprising:
Whistles Trumpets Iron Safes
Ranges Banks _eales
Elevated Railways, &c., &c.
Half Chests Oolong TEA and. some BOOKS
Assorted Tinware and Ironmongery
To close out Stock,
Some Reams of Paper, Envelopes, Hats,
Pants, A Spirometer,
20 Dozen assorted GLASSWARE
And sundry other Articles.
Hamilton, 25th April. 1882.

By P ub 1 i c Auction,
At 12 o'clock, Al.,
27th Instant,
50 _ 50 Qr. Bales HAY
25 Bags OATS. 5 bus. each
20 Tubs New York BUTTER
t10 Casks llottled STOUT, 4 doz .ea
9 Boxes Fmuilv SOAP
3 Boxes Mould CANDLES
2 Ha -sts TEA
1 Bok :"FFEE
5 Half Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCO
400 lbs. Green GINGER, 50lb. Lots
50 Gros- ('ba(.s Comb MATCHES
5 Cases lib. Tin.s I.OBSTER
10 Cases TIN for covering- Shed Roofs
A Lot of FURNITURE, &c.
2 Half Bls. LARD
A Lot of Shoe LACINGS
24 Pigs Iron BALLAST, shipped contrary to
order, sold without reserve
1 PHB:TON to seat 4 persons
And many other articles that will appear at
the Sale.
Hamilton, April 24, 188'2.

In this rtown. at the residence of F. PLANT,
Esq., will be sold,jthe whole of his
Household Furniture,
&c.. &c..
j With
Date of Sale and particulars in next week's
", Gazette."
Hamilton, April 23, 1882.

Souvenirs of Bermuda.
HONEY, Cedar-Berry SYRUP
Cayenne PEPPER,
AR .OWROOT in different size Packages
Choice assortment of Cedar Sticks,
CIGARETTS very Superior.

Front Street, Hamilton, 25th April 1882.-1

Kerosene Oil!



Now Landing, Ex .S. S. "Vidette," from New

Offered for sale by the Undersiined.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, 1882.-2 Sp.

Sale of Pews
In St. Paul's Church, Paget.
Tr-E following PEWS in St. Paul's Church,
Pa,_et, will bes ,parratelyroffered at Public
Sale. at-the Church,
On Friday, 28th April,
Inst.. at 10 o'clock, a.m., viz.:
Nos. 4, 19, 32, 35, 55, 57, 61, 63,
65, 73 in Transepts and Nave,
And No. 15 in North Gallery.
By Order of the Church Vestry,
C. V C.
Paget, 18th April, 182.-2


ALL Persons having Demands
against the TTndersignepd are requested
to render the same for settlemeni-t: and those
who are INDEBTED to him for advances! in
anticipation of sale of Crops, are required to
si-ttle their respective Accounts ON OR BEFORE
Hamilton. Bermuda. 1
24th April, 1,S2.

A the ublicriherq intend mnakinr a change
P'r in their 1n>mines they would request all
Pers.on.; who hnve DE IANI, aqjntinqt them to
rorwar.l them l'foir fle ,ul ci' lh;e. Monih.
It is nece-qsarv that all A4M'tUNTS due then
should be paid hy th ndo f Iray.
The Flatir, April 24, 1813.-1

Tie llUnlersi.rned will give his perionll at-
tention to the forwardin, of BERMUDA
'RODUCR to the consignment of
Afes.rsq. JoM a Nix & Co.,
NE W YOl K, during the present season.
"he hi-ihest market rate- are obtained, rnid mc-
count sales returned promptly by this well-
I-rinwn .d r linblp. Firm-

Mechanics' Hall, New York .Miail Steamer.


The Hamilton Amateur

Dramatic Club
Will Perform
This Tuesday Evening,
25th April, 1882.
Gilbert's Comedy (in 3 Acts), entitled,
T`_ 6,

The Performance will conclude with Morton's
Farce entitled
By kind permission of Colonel Crofton the
Band of the Royal Irish Rifles will perform
each evening
Doors open at 7'30. Performance to com-
mence at R.
Reserved Seat.s 2,6. Gallery 1/'.
Tickets to be obtained at the Royal Ga-
zette" Stationery Store, where a Plan of the
Seats may be seen.
Hamilton, April 25, 1882.

will he holden

On Thursday next,
The 27th instant,
.At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Clerk of the Peace.
Hamilton, '24h April, 1892.


The Undersigned has just received
A New Supply ,f

IFrnoti, ENi.LAn aftn NdUE YnrWRK mer S.R

Un v1n1 anu i aUini e i1r mr. n u ....u ..--- .... .. .. .. .. 1.
riamillon, a. Apti, S2.-.5 FLOUR MEAL CORN BRAN
_-"_on,_ _..., __.- _____OA POTATOES BEEF
,01L g, 1, k4 RD Tine of OYSTERS SALMON
SAlS%0 \F. Lunch TONGUES
The Subscriber has just received a COFFEr & MILK Chocolate & Milk
new Supply of Condensed MILK FIGS in Boxes
The Best Stove COAL. J, R, rro rUd Pleast call as early as possible and Pffect, a J~ Nl and SAUCES of all flavors
saving in price by getting it from he Wharf. SRlI N-''-lIarge and small
PI E FRUIT-in bot'le- I1)AT E
A Large Assortment of o.TN EGIM ALC Lised MelOV
0 %T11E %1, OILIE AL i.inseed Meal
l3 FLA-l) Tins oh Preserved BEET ROOT
vi.-, AlCrm 4 .r IKippered HERRINGS
Fron 4' each, up. Kerosene Oil ,
.Parrot CiemC.s round and square & ,i I &e., &C.

Walnut Breeding CAGES

Hamilton, April 24, 1832.-2 p:'

344 Washington Street,
New York,
Respectfullv solicit, consignments of BER MU-
Personal alentiion given to the Sale of all
Highest Markets Prices obtained, Prompt Ile-
lurias lliarautwed.
A coinptent Mlan will he under the ShEd to
receive and forward C'otsi2nmenlvi per each aid
every Steamer, or o'h.rwie as may be required
or directed hy part.ier shipping.
7 is the Shipping Number.
April 22, 182. -3p if


For Sale,

RICE in quantity.
5 Bags or more Very Cheap.
Front Street, Hamilton, 24th April, 1882.-3

Has Received froin London,
Via New York,
A full supply of .
Fashionable GOODS,
For Summer.
Shiley Bay, April 24, ISS2.-I

At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
For Public Schools.
Hamilton, April 25. 1882.

And also expected from ENGLAND
A nice lot of GLASSWARE and White

Which, with all ihe above, will be sol! Cheap
for Cash.I

Corner of Victoria Street & East Broadway.
Hamilton, April 24, 1882.-tf.

Summer Good@
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets
-WHrITE Victoria LAWN Do Striped
Ladies and Gents IIOISERY, &c,
Gents and Boys White and Colored
Straw HATS.
Hamilton, 24, 188-2.


At Prices to suit the tiieC,
Just Iteccived Per Orinoco," from I.osDvo
A Choice assortment of SPRING
Consisting in part of
LACIES Gent's btraw IIATS
I :,,vs Ditto Dlil, Hi SiEliY (;LOVES
PRINTS in variety.
Crockery, Glassware, Tinware,

[ Devonshire Emporium.

April 25, 1882.-2 3p.


Will leave hence for the Port oj
ANew York
At 3 p m.,
TH UJR S D 4Y 9,
27th April, 1882.
To leave thence for return on Thursday, 4th
Unless previously filled, the receiptiig for the
loading of the Orinoco" wi-I be continued un.
til 6 p.m. Wednesday, 2llhh April. The usual
care of Tonmatoes will be observed.
Parcels and Speeiu on FreigLht will be received
until 6 p.m., Wednesday 26(th April.
Bills of Lading will be sigrried until 10 n.m
27th April, the : lipping receipts ring separa.
ted aS usual.
The Passenger -tage will be removed at 2"30
p.m., 27th April.
gentry, ,
Hamilton, Bermuda, 25th April, 1882.--1
Colonist copy.

Copy of advertisement made a
New York on 18th instant.

New York and Bermuda.
The Quebec Steamship Co.
S. S.

(American), 1367 Tons,
Carrying the U. S. Mails,

April 22, 3 p.m.
Freight received on Friday and until 12 o'clock
%ill he token o this Steamer under deck.
This Steamer insures at lowest rates.
For Freight apply to
Agents, 29 Broadw wy.
April 18, 18-2.
The future movements of the Deseoug" will
be made public Iy Post Bills.
She amay be expected here onu to-mornow, Wed-
nesday, April 26.
flamilton, Bermuda, 25th April, 1832.--1 -
Colonist tjnce.


Increase in the Price of Beef.
TlHE Undersigned regret to be obliged to
give notice that owing to the recent,
almost unprecedentedly rapid advance in the
value of live Oxen and cost of Fresh Beef in
the United states s and Canada, generally, they
shall be obliged to charge twe-pen: per pounds
extra for the several grades of Fresh Beef at
present vended at Sd, 10d and 1I per pound,
from 1ST MAY NEXT, until further notice.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 25, 18S2.-1
"Colonist" copy onco..

Shipping for Account of
Grol'ers( and Owners.
W E respectfully offer to ship IE RMIIDA
PRODUCI: for Sale at New York by
either of the undermentioned respectable Coma-
mission Houses who may be preferred by Own-
er-, Shippers, and Growers.
Not responsible however" for th. nieL pi.,ceeds
until paiI to our ordtr in New York which
order will be given to the New York,Consigneea
or Sale, lor each shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense
of the Owners interested, and owners will clear-
ly understand tlat all dangers of transport both
ways are borne by them.
The Commission Itouses for whom we solicit
business are
Messrs. JOHN.NIX 4- CO.,
No. 166 West Street. New York,
and our Shipping distinguishing number for them is 1
A nd,
No. 154, We&t Street, New York,
and our Shipping distinguishing number for them
ii 999.
Stencil Pl.tes with above numbers free.
tlarati, ri, nui, 2 smiths. 3rd p.

Empty Barrels.
I;L SiTE.M ERS of the Quebec Steamship
Company will bring to Bermuda
EMPTY BARRELS at 10 cents
each, at Owners' ri-k as to security of heads,
and condition of the barrels,
BOX MATERIAL at 6 cents per
Cubic foot measurement.
To be ;nove, off, out of the way of the -xport4
immediately from Wharf.
This Offir good until New York tth June. 18`2
Hamilton. Bermuda, 18th April, 188'2.-3 3p.

M. A. Office,
Notice to Pilots and Mariners.
A Seven Foot Black Cann BUOY having
been placed in the North part of Grassy
Bay: for experimental purposes. Pilots and
others are hereby notified thereof.
This Buoy does not mark any reef or other
danger, and lies in four fathoms water.
Master Attendant.
Friday, April 21, 1882.
2 Captain-in-Charge.


The Merchant's Bank of
in the course of next Month, of which
due notice will be given.
A greeral Banking Bi siness wid be transact-
ed under the charge of N. A. BOITERFtIELD,
Esq., Agent.
pro Cashier.
Hamilton, 22nd April, 1882.
Late Edward Feild Ast-
ALL PERSONS having CLAIMS against
ihs Estateof the Late Captain Edward
Feild Astwond, are requested to forward state-
mnents ofthil same to the Undersigned, at the
Office of the Mr. It. 1). Darrell, ota or before the
tenth day of May next; Persons INDE:B TED
to that i':state are required to make payment
by that date.
A diiuiitrator.
Warwick, 24th April, 1882.


LL Persons having just CL1MM'4 vs. the
Und,-rsigned, ara requested to render Bills
fir same by 10th Mlay next, for payment, and
all l'ersors IN1D;-BI'ED to us are required
to P'av their Aecounts in full by that date
Parties who have received their ACCOUNTS
are respectfully asked to complywitbh the me2o.
written at to t of same.
Hamilton, April 17, 1i82.-3 3p.

-Notice -

T!IE Undersigned will give their Personal
al antiion to the forwarding of BERMU1DA
PR()UCEKto the Consignment of

Messrs. John Nix &
of New York,


Throughout the Crop Season.
All Charges for Cost of Remittance for nett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner uf
the goods.
The highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, lR82.-2mas3p.

yESTERDAY, between 10 and 11 a.m., be-
tween the Town of Hamilton and Joyce's
Caves, North Road,
. 1 Iffavyu English Driving
The finder will be suitably rewarded on leave.
ing same at Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, April 2th, 1D82.-I


TlIE UINDERSIGNED is sorryto inform his
Customers that
On and after Monday next,
Owing to the great advance in th,) price of
LIVE CATTLE, he will he compelled to in-
crease the price of FR .i H I I' :K F two pence
per pound.
Hamilton, April 24, 1882.
FICE ST. GEORGE'S, April 22, 1882.
J Truman Burdick, James Bain, John Bronter, E
T Brown, Jose S de R Bettaneurt, L L Bascombe,
Benjamin Cased, Wilson Cameron. chr Golden
City," Brunell Little & Van Eeden, George Ed.
wards, William Eaton, A J Foggo, Maria Feuner,
F Finn, John Gibbous, Rulus Hatch, A R Hamil-
ton, Joseph F Harvey, HI H Hiynes, Edward Ing.
ham, F E Inghaum, E A Ligbtbouri, Juhu Light.
bourn, Joao Luis do Medeira, Jobu Manuel, M Vi-
eira Nunes, Francis A Outerbridge, Mrs JoBeph
Plant, Mary Ann Robinson, James H Rensbaw,
John Richardonu, Amanda Robinsun, J G Smith,
Heury F Smith, George Simmons, Ebaoesor Suitb,
A S Smith, R A Swau, Julian Smith, Jonathan
Smith, Henry D Smith, Emilia A de Silva, L R1
Smith, J A Smith, G 0 Story, Thomas Taylor.
Lawrence Williams, Thomas Wilhon, Richard L
Wilson, Joi Wellman.
FICE HAMILTON 24th Apri], i^2
Schooner k Borde,' ri "- D A Sanll,"
Sigor Gerolaio, Barquo Gay Heoud," Mr
George Lee, Barque "Sarah," Gtorgi Snitjs,
James M Williams, olir. William Matnia."

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Sgue, Itheuma-
ltsmt Dropsy,
DS t ear .Disease,
Biliousness, ArcoVrvots Debility, etc.
The O -a S zEDY KNOWN to Man I
OgC0O,GOO Bottles
o, 9LD iS "E 181-0.
This Syrup possess Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Ptyaline in the Salnva,
which eon ert the Stnrch and SugMar or tbe
ftod Into grl :0,.4" A dedciie y in Ptyallne
eauees Wind and Souri nr i the rood In the
*tompueh. ir the medeicisn I taken Immedi-
ately afler eating the termiatation of foed
is pi;r'rntcd.
It act. ho thliver.
t ariu upon the Ildaeyu.
iRe E-gnlnies the Bowels.
j. f Prli the Blood.
It teuieth the Nervous System.
ift promote Digestion.
it !souriahes,.4_trencthens and Invigorates.
it curries of the Old Blood amud makes new.
Wt open. the Erorer or the skin and nlduces

That Summer

is Coming
Keep ( o

Established 187

&c., &e.,
Establishment Corner of E. Brc
T HE Subscriber would call th
the Inhabitants of Berndu
to ihe fact that he has contint
in the improvement of his M
the gradual increase of his tra(
He has now perfected arranged.
he can manufacture superior t
kind in the Islands of Bermuda
to offer his sincere thanks to
their liberal'Patronage of the
spect fully solicits a continutiiun,:;
for they will always fintl "BAR
ted Waters, Plain "-oda," and
ated I'everages, in Quart .-ipho
Fountains, and in Cases of T'
Six Dozen Bottles, superior t
I have much pleasure in bear
to the excellent quality of the '
made by JoHN BARRITT of Ham
J. W. I
Naval Hospital, Ireland Island.

icaitby Periplraionl .
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the JOHN BARRITT, of Hamilton
blood, tiW h geinersaffs Mraifla, Er)rrcla., and alt
u 'anerrot aindiase .ar, naturall humor~o. me with "Aerated W ater" from
Thr'arm nspeiritLer.tpl'ertdib l dmS.nuracture.and 1|76 to the present tinite and I
it amn I-a taken by the tue.vt delicate Lale,t.r liy the
ued and feeble, wrtl rip t4ig6 r.' t, .W,n s.= satisfied with the quality of the
6"~0'" J. SrNCLAIR., M
Daa SIBa,-I have uIed your INDIAN BLOOD Hamilton, Nov., 4th 1878.
SYRUP with great satfisfirion and r-ihef. I have -
been afflicted with cateirrh for a limn-, could Jouw BARRITT, of Hamilton,
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD the Canteen 46th Regt.. with L.
SYRUP. I was about to give it up bceausf imnme- gerade and other Carbonated B
dibtely after taking im.made me dizzy and feel badly, their arrival in Bermuda and ha
but on consulting-aihvbyician was informredi that it faction in every way.
was caused by the itpdicino' rostorine ,y imperfect W BB -
circulation andacling on ihed'Jiseased Maiter i4 to y W. nt C
tpmnach, caused ly the droppings of tih estrrh Pree dent
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy G. P
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
tranquilized, and hlie catarrhal poison removed by Prospect, Oct., 19, 1879.
the medicine. 1 have been entirely cured by your ----
InvaluaLle remedy. Ma. J. BARRITT.-It has affo
Respectfully yours, pleasure in bearing testimony (a
l experience) to the excellent
J. H. SMALLWOOD, Aerated Drinks, manufacture'
No. 319 West 10th st., New York City. : Hamilton.
SIR,-I give my testimony with plea-unre o the Naval Hospital,Treland Island.
beneficial reulls of your BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidreyv were uut of order, and the repult it:s rhen- MR. BARRITT.-Please, to se
uiitali.I in, mv n right knee, i.lint awols,'ii ce ihl to-morrow four case of -" ",Ia
asiz of natural and very p3iful, a butle of the largecan safel say that your od
biz, mhile a perfect cure. I will alo say liy digpp- best and cheapest o il the IanI
*ikn-has improved su that I can eat aryiig wi in best and cheapest on the Island
reth. alwa s supplied me with great t

No. 19 Hneh-st., New York City.
STICK 'IPADfCHR Ut) OV'sPFPSI-u St. Georoge's


end by Ceoudr
*Walter" for 'I
la -Water is the
and that you

Yoursr &c., &.
E P E CoWEzrLA.x,
Surgeon i/ajor.

No. 151 PaERR-sT., NLw YORK CITY, .
,r SR,-,Ir.,- I INDI 1 i \N Terms made known on appliec-tion--Special
.tl.O.OD'. IiP h!, e, cur.d n,. of Ski; Terms to large cn .uwcers.
.1 -,'. ,.J O. -i0 I ofSc, ol !1 years' mf.1,,, JOHN BAR pIIT'P
1. )i.u -'iiIrj 'I y c'6',l cl .--qrlPel Fever, .,ni myi M u facturei'
1,,I'. F r,,.k .:.-rnp .M manufacturers.
m c.n H. REYNOLDU. Corner of East Broadway & Victoria Street.
a D m, : a, h ., (f DahI Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, 1h.2.
IBar D9hlrman, B l'a Head, 114th st., (of Dah -
i Hr" tqr.",,., 'Ienlrrs in. h'-s s.u.e'. cure-l .of oIIh C hi cst TEAS
Dypp, ia ai idici; of iany yeis'standing. The ChoiestTEAS
H-. i;' ,,., ; I' '1, saa. c r irn curtal ,,I Sore "' 1 1 tis l iet
"'! .t .,,' I'.';.-.. ion, -ler li-,ving been tle.led I i this M arket
by p'"; i i anv .-uickal einc,, i Can only b? obtained from the Undersigned%,
LONsTIPAt 10N WPIf HE.\D.('llE. Agent forthe "Halifax China Tea Company,'
N i WIr HEAD.%(o-(IIE 5 at St. Georges, viz.:
No. 9, w.t .roroN.-, ar.,ry Choicest Hyson 39 0 lb.,
S .,- Your INLrN BLOOD SYRUP has curel Oolongo 2/3.
m ni ir-iy ot th -disitfas in n,) head, and relieved
v ry ditr-cu)i ot. Itny bowel-. f must say that iti English Breakfast 2/'6
is the- hi st in dii;ne that any person can take for Souchoung 2, ',
rick t're.,J.cIo. .
ALICE REED. Congou 1/6, 1,9 in family ,.addies o' 5 lbi. and
._. 0 In lbs. ecah, all bearing the Couimiany's Trade
pVY- P;.P.S.A. Mark.
Lr-. .Ir,--i i.., v.iu' lN'AN ..-.000 SY- Every Family should avail themselves of this
!tUP *':P .0 ( inu "h c: I J ,sutl-rJ f ..r liv, 1 iate opportunity to enjoy a portion of this
1,,6,) ', :"' ,,e-t r- :uji great luxury.
S i... .. ,- .',,v ,ac' h in a cnlii.n to A. J. RICHALRDSON.
ils,8 s i'.' '- ., t I .. n. .oof lh,oi ,ires- St. George's, April, Ib',.- tf
Ii I'.'! .*..ii' I L'vsp'-..I;ic'-1t.', ratiing-_______g_________________________
ran, anl'to,.il iit tI if.It -.-,uied .ccsional dizzin sa
it ,iu:,iitv ,..i,!.-r,,itn r,,, ,,,' ai,,uir,g Its ue. Lovers of Ma over's Ice
Miv 'i, lt0i. 1 n'w ailm',i, prfritc, anId I lee groat- .
ly t..,,tii!.. Cl'eanli.
Yours, \WI i. I'IERMAN, Cream
No. 333 West 32nd ct, New Y.ork City. Will flud always on, h.,nd at Meyer's Estab-
lishments Ilr.e quantities of
Naw Your, Feb., 3 1880. T f i St
C1 JulAson, aki.D. a n i
,, SIn,-- take pleaeurt, in r-coimmtndingl' Which can be purcha-ed by thn Plate or Q,,r'..
your I1')'1AN D.Nif IUP0 ti These v4u.tC c Creams are always fi -t, I utiI and!
der from prt'-.dcai dys, of he fi ozen by steam power olf he eiy l.hue-l iuml-
aruti- nature for over,.5 ).ar. .. .,' sveh a.t acks pr.vemnent.
death would almost be a. elirl t her. :i wa, N IB.-For Diantr Pi'rti s Me. ', [F'"
o.r:scribed for lby several doctors without ffe. CR tEANMPUL1i)lNG ^r 'itd'lilyo ro mu .n t-1
Nothing gave her relief until she obtainJd a tootleo as souietliiug novel and 'good.
ol v 1,ur IUNIAN BULUD SYRUP. Its effects, It;.D S-ODA V \l'l'El.-i'elicioi, -,', t11,
.w ;e- w,,nderful anld the is now (intrely ured. It of vari 'us fl.ivours will n i', s l.s. f.unr at
is a medicine that no houshilJ should be without. i ley her's
P. YOUNG, 24 Froutm I., anu.I !'mrei ,of \'Vi;.riai

No 261 West Houseten-St., Cily.
BsamuDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAa-SlR,-This is to ceirtfiv liy t I hlave fournd
more goodFin your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
ally Medicine that I have ever taken for VD.p.-p.p)i,
and Indigestion.' [ILwould advise all thit --ulcr from

"AM1L. G. AI,.1'1IS.

-'14 A., A:r.t f.-'Pi L'.,
Jo)|N A -FOX,
WV.te lS;reut, St. Gtorges.

Street aind .it ;,', rua wVay.
Hamilton, April 11, 18822.-4

Rees' Orangte 'I:-

'1 T i E' :. .1. I.SL,;I TL; ;'UR ''S.
II.,'.ilt.u, Apili II, 15H2.

New, One Second Hand.
Price Moderaie. Terms aeciumnodaltinf.
-,ent for J. M DeWolfe.
St. Georges, February 21, 1882.

For Rent.
The Dwelling and Stores,
I.i Thlree Doors \West of (I:,ette" (I-
fice. Prenmi~ -s can be inispere I on
afternoonsuof\ WEDNESDAY and TilUUSSDAY
Terms made known oil aiiplii.(io i tQ
March 2Nth, 1882.-tr

For Rent.

i-'n, Lt k lnat ed nc-ar Cedar Avenue. Conlai-
i3, B,-d ioomn', Drawin, Room, D)ining
R',om, Kiki.heni, Ta ik, and oiliher
For Cut her luarliiiulars, please apply to
S. Park Vill.,, N'a.r Victoria Pr rk.
Hamilton, Feb. 28th, 182.A-tf.

For Rent,
That desirable Residltnce in Pagot Parish.

o 5?
.. i ALSO, Ll
The Metropolitan Hotel,
Quet u Street, Hamilton, with Coacb House,
*. Stables, &,-. .. ... ,.
Apily fo c.
jhanc.ery Lane, Hamilton.
6th February, 182.-tf

For Sale,

tl A House and Lot,
In the Town of Hamilton,
For Particulars please apply to
Ilauilton, Novr.r'a), 1881..

For Rent,
L? o A Comfortable

Ne..' Victoria l'ark. Terms unoderaite.
lP':tas-ion giv.n I -t of May next.
AppIlv to W. CARD I[LA LIETT..
Hamiltou, April I1, 1632.-3

Cook Wanted.
0COD "7', .1 ES G- M, 1 3
Apply at l:oyal Gazette office.
lHamilton, March 21st, 1882.


Respectfully informs the Public that he has
Opened a
Tailoring Establishment
Over the Store of Alexander J. Frith, Esqr.,
No. 39, Front Street.
Guarantees to give satisfaction, and solicits
a share of the Public patronage.
n,*-A new supply of Goods always on hand.
Hamilton, February 21, 188-2.-3nm paid.

Bermuda Veterinary In-
sideice, Hiamilin,
E. REID MIIRCEH, D.V.S., Residence, Flam-
iltoti I'aiish.
Will visit St. George's Professionally on rues-
days-O lice at G. Mpurling,, I'sqr's.
Will visit Somerset on Fridays.
i.U -i u., Hintiln..n Janu-,ry 2, lS-2.

Liverj-pool, Queer5.owo'vim, London
anud New York.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers belongingg
to one Company) in the Atlantic service l,.av-
ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
tirely of iron and teel, except the merely de.
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments. and provided
with everything .alculatr-d to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
,on the main deck'i .e unusually large, light,
ani airy. 1te table and general appointt-
ments compare favourably with the best hotels
in England.
One of these steameis will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
SLiverpool and weekly fo' London direct, from
New Pier 39 NorthP River. rates of passage
in currency :-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
.-'50 to $70. To London direct '(Victoria Docks)
i50 to ti$60 ; excursion tick-,is SrI00. currency ;
Sfeeragt. passage $8,. eti-ncy. For- further
particulars a'plyY to the company's s Offices,
Nos. 39, 71 and 7:3 Broa'.lIay, New York.
New York, January 27, 1888.


To arrive by the Steamer Beta.' on 12th May
These Wasons were built at. the Factory of
M. DeWo'lfe, Halifax. N..':., expresly for
Bermuda. PriC.e luoderate'. TerUms
modating to approved purchasers.
St. George's, 15th April, 1.S2.--tf

Just Received,
From .New )ork per S.S. Orinoco,
\ Fresh 'upily of
1AMS I \'ON s. :k.ed 11' EF
SCorned f;-.,: Fand O- T soutsed i Ei FEE r LJ-wh; TONGUES
'llam SAUr.Ai; i"'utte.1 HAAI
lAiD It -) r;1t-.i'MSi. FLOURT
D)AT'r Pr:Ft' N and Pea-NUTS
RISCUIT ,f-ill kinds
Cauuned IEA'''y, &c., -.
Hamiltou, Jauaury 31, ys.'2.

WT i ted,


o to 4,000 Weight of


Apply at .,Royal Gazette" Offi-e.
March 21, ISs2'

dLJ.NIVK.- -AP R IL, fIAY, .83.
0 C

rig. .
= '. i .': ride, -I.. "'ARK '.

25 5 18 6 3 3 8 1 54 .St.Jark-P-l'r.Alic
26 WVe5 717 6 37 92 2-4 [b.I t'43-Ja.M.l. du
27 C 5 16 6 38 10 3 30Codr oIQr. Sesuion
28 Fria5 lb 16 3" I11 4 13 Qn.ProclaimedEm.
29 Sag 5 15 6 39 12 5 6 [ir.ess of India 1876
S3 ,'x 5, IS 39 11 5 5 4;i'd after Eader
S1 io 5I.' 6 4014 6 12,
First Qrtr. Monnn, 25 ay,2 h'ot1r, 3a.nAi'taea; ai zA.

T,Es BFRMIDA 4irAf 04aE ITC is published
every Tuesd.ay by DorNtLD M'PurHE LEE,
Printer to !tib Queen's X''ost Excellent
l ujesty,
North-west 'Oraner. '. id Buirnaby : (reett,
W\.re~ Bla,i4sB, iinrid-hills,. &., will be
priuied at !,t- shortest i.otice -Agents
St. Grco'e. i- r the R'wai G.Thetl,' iessrs.
GEtoRGE Bor. & SON, West, nd, Water

Brown, DeWintorj Wanted. e __
o. 5west.wasbin toMarket, W anted Immediately, ESTABLISHED 61.
4. Dealers in Bermuda Produce, A AK Ia aub .oa,
IED. Southern Fruits & Vegetables, &c. t offer their sincere thanks to the In
SConignments Solicited. pply to haitants of Bermuda arid others, for their
Y ^ P Quick sales and Remittances. 0. L. DICKINSON. liberal Patronage dining the past part of their
SAgets in Bermuda, ril 3,1882.Photographic practice, and having recently
:. t0 OUTERBRIDGE BROS. Hamilton, April made addition to their stock of
of 17th April 188.--tf. N OTICE. LE NSES
1ONADI -4TA t by the first Opticiaus in London, (DALL-
EOA D mmT4 T HE Undersigned has just opened a choice MEYOR and ROSS,) are prepared to offer to
SICE COMPANY T Selectitii of English anid American the Public a better class of work than has
ad.. eg in tE COie" m- hitherto been done in Bermuda.
oa,'way and Iteg to infoii the Public of IBermuda that they f Much tine and study is given to theCheiui.
Victoria St., have just receivil at the NE t:A'W U ilEFOUC 'G, I. ecal effects, pose, and lighting of our portraits,
R M U D A. East Broadway, l-,,n X as, Ileceived y l Ste .ir consequently producing find artistic effects.-
lBe attention of tri of i ,, ,,., Ships. Buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups.
attention of o(.onsititigi in! part, of':-- -.,O&r..
a and e 586 tons of N 'atutral S t.I)ES ,A &e .
,ally advanced MS S lOU,.,,,.:'s :B ,A,( N) N I. *P -.X?.
Manufacture s Rst EEF 1ITTON Photographs, Cartes de Visite. Cabinet and
H I I will testify. i'.N IUL K ,,,)-a0 : larger sizes taken at shortest notice; alo en-
uents whereby 01f First Qtality and are now prepared to fur- I. wN TON\IL'-W Poi-ed II 1 large to lift size in INDIA INK. OIL CO-
to any of thc nish ICE daily to Cu.iouerm ii itamiltot and BEEF and TONGUE Tins of SALMONS LORS, CRAYON, and WATER LOLORS.
-. and he begs vi.-inity. iB lIsiEEaS d Y.TiE Th ree' PI'" First Artists in New York City employed for
the above for JOHN B. STAHL & O. (SE N S'a An theaboveG gedl work.
last an.I -I the abNove'enlarged work.
,1s ta JaieHO AgentuE. IItlel. of isored PCI I iES I Clubs of five or more taken at reduced prices.
,Of th sameil,,l, April 1.r-3mRed CI Cof E PS.--Feas. notice that J. F. DARRELL
tRITT'S" Aera. familto.)ril8, 1892. --3m RedCA'1B ( iR an,I S I)11! IES.bolt a FI"-IMT CLASS PRIZE MEDAL for
oth-r Carbhns- iCornd IEFFinTiI, SWVitPe and- Borall .It Photographs. Industrial Exhibition of 1I72 and
ns, 10 Gallodns JlOU L ofe.. o nd twentyt3 yars practice, together with the ex-
wo, Four, and Tii ofs'or'O \ And Il. perienee of bis S.on, who has just return.-d
o any on the .. 'OFE:I" ,n'iwdNIl frni At-meria, and who has operated in some
PH OTOGRAPHS of His Excellen- CHOCOLATE MILK Fry's COCOA ftheirstGalleriesthereenlesthe
r y the Late Governor, c r C' oi. -1 duce FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPH." we
ing testimony c*y ea n- urnr inr I.t1 E L OlFl O l\!I beg further to state that our prices are kb-pt at
SSoda Water" Sir Robert N1. Laf-F, TSE'I. I, EAL C N\'A. reasonable rats ; there nay be work done.for
ilton. u L FL X Li,.seed ,IEA IL less^,but that quality be given the pre-
RlODM. Bottles of SYRUl'-, of all 11ivori'ferelne.
R nD, M.D. *11 f,,ttle r l of fPe FRI'lTS Gf *OSBKERI[I'I.; terenc .
Surgeon General. fl D e E ITS. T. 61 Front street Hamilton, Feby. 7th 188
To be obtained at the Photographic Gallery of DAMN SONS C RANBERPLIES Ham__to_ Feby.7_ 188
SLSO, CHERRIES, &c., &c. or S'ale,
has supplied. ALSO, CRfFRI1SFo ,l
m October 4th, Solie Pictures of the Funeral. P1 ( oACH ES P H. I'in.1 i PLU \LP ,' oofoolugT o'EA-bet ini the
have been well April 3,1882. '1. ARS PINE PPJI'T Coutry
same. TB TT IIRY A & ICOS Go. Mo ; Lou
,.D., P.M.O. O to JOHN M. McNEILL & CO., RA TlItLINW AItVIRY&I'RI 1'S .o.II Hs A L.
y. Surgeon Gent. if you want a Good Fitting suit of IC Tahlie LT CH-IE ESE is"N rS RS
CLOTH ES.-65 and 66 Front treee. hIam SAUSAGE AMHOUL DE
has sppd OHN 6 oz. Bottles of Essence LEMON BACON &.
has supplied OHN MNEI &O.,have ggedR.SPBER I' V. NILL%, &., &c. C. K E EN
,emonade,Gin- ithe |Services of a First Class Culter anoa Condensed MILK (J1. E E 1
beverages since Fit!er.- 65 and 66 Front Stree. In RIC-AD, (Powdered) a.o,, h 14, I yal Gzett" Oie
as given satia- anImaIOir IL, a-orted Flors ae Olive Ol. ia __
SJOHN M. McNEILL & CO., invite the Pulb- CIjit IL, dir ott rs i Olive les)
,46th Regt. C I lic to Call and Eaxunine their Large A.4s- Fiesh EOGS -)ATES RAISINS 0 t tst C9 E N r ,
anteen Committee sorment of Fline Suitings and Panti Stuff.- CUR ANTS F[(;S Sl'ICS i jP
HILLTP, 65 and 66Front Street. NUT\IlGS ALMONDS, in and out of shell I OOMFh IABLE
Canteen Steward., Hamilton, Novr. 28, 1881.-tif 11 C1.0%'.I C 0 T '11 A G E
Jars of Preserved GINGER SAGO L1. J i
rded rue great | OI aleq APIsCA OTATO TURNIPS slated on Uniori tree. Telnis moderate.
after three yeaIFs O e 0 ,TS CORN BRAN Posession given on the Ist May.
after three years / &., &c., &,. ,
quality of the Apply to JOIIN GRIENSLAIXE, IFas
d: by ou :a JH JOHN B.RRITT, Broadway. a t
b | O A- I'-- ,Enst Broadway and Victoria Streets. lIanmihto, April 17, 18t,'.
. HARVEY. 2 Open CARRIAGES, ion, Decmer I9, 181. For Sale, -
Built bv J. 1. D)e\Wolfte llalifrix N .S One XT 'r2 -'I n

%H.! BA&RITT, has excellent Ginger.ide and
U Lemotade.



Supi element to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, April



Pembroke Grammar School Athletic
On Tuesday and Thursday the 1th and 16th
instant, last the members of the above named
School held their sixth annual Athletic meet-
ing and although, owing to the very unfavor-
able weather ou both days, the attendance was not
so large as ,n former occasions, the events were in
most case; closely contested and the Sports may be
prononnec Jda success. The steeple chases were run
m rain and the "going" wag very heavy and
sloppy and the landings to the ditches were so
sticky that the boys had great difficulty in extrica-
ting tlinemselves afterjrimping.
The second class for all boys under 14 years and
6 months, startednt three, punctually and brought
five competitors; B.Triminghami and E. L. Tucker
took up the running, and negotiated the first jumps
very fairly; after a third of the course was run, E.
Tucker took up the running, and secured first
place anil in.i ;e.'in' the lend on the run horne won
pretty much .s he' lied ; B. Tritinugham second,
noue of the others fini.,led-dii-tance three quarters
of a inil--time 8 ruinu. 36 s;-,'s.
Th a rC f t'r the fir-t il..-s for all boys 14 years
6 mouths and over bri-',ght -ix to the post, aud at
the start J. Heyl qruii.kly r-hoewe-l the way, followed
by H. Smith and A. Butt-rfiId; who, however,
soon rAlievcd Smnith -..f i-:-unl hounors atud evideutlv
meant t.:. tr-y ,.omnlu-i'.ns with Heyl; about half
diutan,_e Heyl 'Iave pla.:e to Butt-rfield who was
not. cullar.-d A gaiu and won easily in 9 minutes 37
se,:s. Heyl tand Smith b1einr second and third.
Thursday opened with rain during the morning
an-d .rrove d.:"ihts were. entertained as to the possi-
bility of goinu" through with the program; how-
ever, tht eu-nts c iam. o.t as arranz-ed and nothing
seriouii hlippi,-i,,:d to mar the pleasure r(if the day.
Th: third h-:i.shlf mirLle was a e.ry v-le'-.-r penr'rrnn-
aUee anu-C Wiis i :lsely *:,.,ute:-ted thr-iughout F.
Watlin.-t, Vw-ininu., hLird pte-s&d by \V. E. Tuck-
er. Aft--r EBtterfi,.lt'- bu T,.esday lit-
tie d,,ui-t r-as entert.:it.-.l t.1 -hi winning the sec-
ond cla.'s i ilt mile- wli'.lh he did ea-ily in the .:.ip.i-
tal time ,.,f 2 rin. 15 se:-.* 3. HIeyl' uile pi-rf.-:,rm-
mice wasa l-... highly cr-edita.-le and the time was
good, -..u-id.-'rin- ti-he ortu:. a of the laps and the
wet -tat--r .,f the grte-. Tlh ,jpri;nt rin-eis were very
inter.:s-tiu' inud m..--t :.loely -ut-e,ted. H. Hinson
won th i- O1.1 B-oyvs' Hiurdl- r.-.- v.-ry cleverly, while
F. Feni-tnu secured the double- event of other
achoo, anu.l -trang!rs 100 y.ards. In the jumping
H. Butt.-r-thil is to bei highly complimented for hise
credit.alle jinump of 15ft. 9in., and the same praise
is du.-e IcoJ. Heyl for hi-s high juUin, of 4ft. 10tin.
and S. Walk,'r'B high pole of 8 -feer. The doukey
race tvie- round th' ,,countsA was a mro't amusing
event .-ud .vIM won in good style Iy S. Walker.
The tAllo--in ; l.,y, were the i princ.ip-al winners :-
J. I-I-f, fi,'-its id 3 e..nd prizes; A. Butter-
field, 4 fii-st and 2 se'.-:,n.-s: C. Gopling, 3 firstsand
2 ecoCudi; RP. J. Tucker, 3 firsts and 1 second;
Lough, 2 tirdst and :3 seconds; S. Walker, 3 firsts
and I second. Mr. Santi pre-ented a very valuable
scarf-pin as a prize for the boy who got most
prizes wrLid:h i ouequr-ntly fell to J. Heyl. The
pri-- were-' distributed by Mrs. Olay and three
chei--i-rs fi.r Mr. and Mrs. Cla- brout-ht a successful
day to a pl-la-tant tonclu-iou. Subjoined we give a
full list : crveuts, winners aud prizes.
Mr. Cl y toke-- thli- opportunity for thanking the
friend who so materially assikted by their sub-
scriptions and prizes in furthering the amusements
of the S.hool and helping him to collect such a va-.
ried anrd valuable lot of prize.-s.
Storple ChiC-.:-, Cla-us I. Ou.- and a half miles.
First Prize, a -uu, A. Butterfield : time 9 minm-
ntt: i. :;7 Pee--nds.
S , Prize, a ri ket l,bi], J. Heyl: 10 mmn.
,) e,' '.
Steep:-. C',-A. CL.-s 11. About of a mile. -
Fir,- Prize, a ,s-i i.f silver suits and links, E.
L. Turk,-.r tim 1, 8 min. 33 see-s.
Second Priz.-, a silverr watch chain, B. Trim.
inuham ; tim,:, minn. 15 sees.
Flat R '-e. Chls.s I, One mile.
Firt Prize, a -il-r -cup, J3 Heyl; tihni, 5 min.
4"5 i-,'u.
S,-aOd Prize, a silver i-c-rf pin, W. 'Jones ;
ti-o.,-, 5 rain. :,) se':s.
Flat r..c-, '-I'i 11. IAtlfnidle
Firt l-'ri-. i, *i]v. r et-Ip, A. Butterfield ; time,
2 riu 47 .ees.
S(.- .,,, Priz-:, a pi--t. knife, W. Lough : time
3 rnin. 1 2sees.
Flat Ra,', C'l--. II. Half mile.
-ii.-t FPrize, a silver cup,'F. Watlington ; time
3 main. 5 sees.
-,.:...n Pii-. a pocket knife, W. E. Tucker ;
timu:-. uin. 15 sees.
Flat R.te C'lss I. Quiirter mile.
Fir-t Priz.:-, a silver -lo:-k, J. Heyl: time, 73
Second Prize, a silver wateh chain, J. Light-
l bourn ; 74 sees. *
Flat Ro.V, ( C:I-s IL. 300 yards.
Fir-t Prin.-'. -ia et ,f ilve-r etuds and links, A.
Biiitt-ti .l ; tinie, 40 sees.
Second Prize, a p:,-,_ t Imuif,-, W.Lough ; time
Flat F>,. e, t l:,,.- III. i2 ) yard,.
Fi ,t Priz', a sit ,if _?ilve-r tud-s and links, R.
J. Tui:k.'r : time, 21 sees.
':.. ..ul Prse-, a p.:,,:k t Lnife, "W. E. Tucker;
tinu. .,2 ,e '..

Sei in.i P'riT., : p..i-k-:-t knife, -. Kemp, time,
4- -c--es.
Flat l:c.- --('l ,.. II. Other S.:-ho,'>ls. 300( yards.
FTI -t Pri. a -ilver t.up. M. North.tue O50 sees.
.. .on P-Z r, a p-,.k- t knife, D. North, timne
52 .-, s.
Flat P .,--- -3r: -u._ -" -..p-'eu. 100 yards.
Prl:t-. a -il.ei-r ,- n., F. Pnii.itou, tine, 11 sees.
Flit R. ..--l-(' .s I. li,) yards.
PriF:-. L ,,-..ikin :- .- S..-ilker ; time 12 sees.
Flit ..,',:--Ci...-, 1 Ii vs-d-.
Prize, iv -I'1 s.'rf tini.,1L. L.,u-h. time 14 sees.
Flat R-'e--,;,i.- III. li6 y.vids.
Pt!a ., a -.rm-h:'udl..1 bat, R.1 J. Tucker; tie- 15

Tluro\ii, (..'-i,.ktt!. Clais I.
Priz,, a ,auh- rnill.I I:,t, H. Buittei-rf-eld ; 88

Thr:,wiug Cri ket Ball. Cla- II.
Prize, a can.nItu'ile-Il bat. (t. Gosling ; 67 yards.
Hurdle Rae, CIlass I. Flights-Hurdles 3 feet
3 in.h.-h ; 175 yards.
Fir-t Priize, a racquet lbat, J. Heyl time.0sees
Sec,.nu.l Prize, a set of stumps, S. Walker: time
S2 se':.

Hurdle Por-e Pla'q II. S Flights-Hurdles 2 ft. 9
in. ; 175 yards.
First Prize. a canehandled bat, A. Butterfield
time 34 sees.
Second Prize, a ,ric-ket ball, E. Talbot: time
35 seei-s.
Hurdle R, e, Old Boys. 8 Flights-Hurdles 3 ft.
3 in. ; 175 yards.
Prize, a canehandlled bat, H. Hinson ; time 235
High Pole Jump. Class I.
Prize, a racquet bat, S. Walker; jump 8 feet.
High Pole Jump. Class I.
Prize, a set of silver studs and links, C. Gos-
ling ; 6 ft. 3 in.
High Jump. Class I.
Prize, a racquet bat, J. Heyl ; jump 4 ft. 101 in.
High Jump. Class II.
Prize, a silver cup, C. Gosling, 3 ft. 11 in.
High jump. Class III.
Prize, a photograph album, R. J. Tucker ; 3
ft. 8 in.

Wide Jump. Class I.
Prize, a silver cup, H. Butterfield ; 15 ft. 9 ii
Wide Jump Class I.
Prize, silver napkin, ring and knife, W. Lough
13 ft. 2 in.
Wide Jump. Class III.
Priae, a siet of stumps, F. Watlington ; 11 fl
t 8 in.
Three Legged Race. 200 yards,
First prize, a pair of silver cups, Lightbour
and Talbot ; 35 sees.
Set-ond prize, a pair of pocket knives, R.
DarrtJ) and C. Gosling : 3S sees.
Consolation Rate. Clais [. 100 yards.
Prize, a racquet bat, H. Smith; time 13, sees
Consolation Rave. Class II. 100 vards. No entries
Consol.-ti,',n Rf,'u. (Cl:, III. 1'00 yards.
Prize, a silver wat'-h ,'haiu, H. Gosling ; tin
15 sees.
Donke-y Ra'e. Twice round the Course.
Fir-tt Prize, One Sover--i.ern, S. Walker.
S'.-oiud- Prize, Five Shiilungu., R. Darrell.

,r the RA, al Gas-.'r.
Ma. Er.rron.-If there is a class of Ieopl.e tha
should have a positive knowledv-e of the grada
tion- of cliimarology i.f the in.iny Statcs in the
Ant-ri.-au Tin:ou n in,-re thin anuoth,:'r, it is the Ber-
mnudian Pl:inte-r. Th'-y r-hould fir- well posted in
the productions of ,-tea--h Sta.te, and when and al
what se-;nu su.-i and u i.-h prodi.ts conime into the
market. t -. th it the Bermudian Planter wouldl know
whaiit lihe had to Cumtip-t-. with. It is siraply non-
s,-un-e to r-ay th it -it.-h :mu iuch States ot th.'Union
ate earlier r tlh'n B.-rrud:i, for Bennmuda is alwavi
S-arly, all the y-.:,oir r-.tiiud, and the- planter has it in
hi- powt-r to pli his pr...lui-ts into the tIu Irket al
ily timei- of the '-- -r he p-lea-ees. If he ,:ann:it, and
,I,:, not. there-- i -.:-"e i.-r t-vo thiias aii-.s-,,-ne- i
that ie l-do-s ii ..t know eni:,ugh---th" other, that
there i, a want of energy. If I had teu acres of
land in B-rnttud.,. iu ai hifrIh a -.t t- ,-,f ,.uli-ivatiouti
a.- thle MaIrket _-ir.e-lne Londi,n. EuI. An.1,
an-l the- M'ket t-r ue .-.f New JernTv ainl- Sub-
u'lis .:.f Ne, Vi..r I .- Li. .-,.- ip.:-te a~ii: i t any
Country in th.- v .rid, .n1 gi-e niemployi--ut to tw.,-
i,:n t.i --a-li a- r- ill the "e-tr rouu.l. I h-v, been
in Berniiida: fve years next Auguqt-t, durini- whi,:h
time what I have not taken Stock of is nu:ot
worth the no-ti.-- of any one. The: s-:[l has beei-
abuei--l, b,ut n li:t e',l, a as r-egard.- rotartio.u adil
mii:eessiou ,-,f 'r.i-p, th.,re h.V. ut h,:-eu any attempt ;
aud iotlin.x approaching an attempt.
The only thoroni.rh work in gr.-iuas an.l justice
done to it, so far as the wurk ha' pr:,-ia--ed. is on
Those. F. .1. Tu.-k. r's, E--qr., Est.tte, C:,rnden, Pa-
get. A more thorough man in and afh.. ut work, I
have n,-.v-r met with since I left Eunlaudl; and
thnt is -ov--r 20 years, and I have travelled over the
great Canadas, and the United States (almost every
Stat:), and am now receiving the benefit of my
No land Tenant-at-will au afford to do justice
to the land, and it would not be prudent for him
to mn:ke .iny attempt, he not kurwin-, how long he
war g...inug to have the land. The present State the
majority of acres of land is in-the tenant should
have not less than five years of a lease, upon this
conditions: the tenant has confidence and cannot
afford to spend fifty pounds a year in manure per
acre, on his land; the third year he would feel ve-
ry grateful towards his land, and his Landlord
would have no cause to regret leasing his land.
A knowledge of a Field or a Garden is not to be
obtained'hy pertinaciouily adherina-to any oneor two
syste-mq, however re:oiurnm-ndel by any person or
p( r-ous : there are othe-r aud various matters to be
taken into consideration : a particular knowledge of
which is only to I.b- iobta-iniel lby r'dlinein- the prin-
cipl.. i of thi..-..i t., t - mi,-.,t iuf lll -le te-t of prac-
tice. Th.-ire is a r..-,-r many ,-yetemins aud experi-
-m-'utsito Ie made ia Bermuda in A-ri.lltdure -aud
its twin -'it-r Hort:iilture d.-partr-eit--, before it
gets to the front and dressed up in aline with
other ,'-ountriei, l'rinmui-.Ia has a great deal of lost
time to) fet -h up, the primiture systemn of working
and managing the impliments they have to work
with carries me back 40 years.
I think I may as well m.-nt i-,iu Ir-re about a cor-
ner I was driven into Febriuary, it may have
some etf.-,t ornt n I.- Vn1t, on some of the more intel-
li;-:ut pla:nter-. I .mu going to do it in a spirit to
give them some food t...' their mental organs to
work on. A party called on me to ask if anything
could be done in cropping some land they had this
e '-:0-u. or was it too late. Can I see the location-
yes I saw the location. In 24 hours I will give
you an answer-the answer was, yes, a. paying
business can be made of the land. Will you take
:.h ire of and ii-n ri- the whole matter. Yes.
The first question I put to my. felf was, what is
Georgia, Savana, the two Cir..-lin s, and Florida
dlin.-. Ans. they are sending into the market
their st ;iic .c-rop-, which will be ended by the last
of Marclh or at the latest in the middle of April,
and so will Bermuda-and the above States in the
UTiited St t .- cannot 1:put iu a succession for they
would be burned up bef,-r- they could mature, and
Bermuda don't know enough to put a succession in.
Well what ibot the Middle States in the United
States, they have now Feby.) 2 feet of frostin the
ground, and 5 or 6 feet of snow at top oi the frozen
ground, tih.-y cannot plant or put any seeds in their
groiiu.1, before April and it will be June before
th--v .-an send the first early staple crops to market
and it will be May before tlhy can send any aux-
ilistry :-riiri in. S.:, here is a space of nearly 2
mntthse without any ves-:t u l,-s except Nor-
folk .an p.-end. N-, -t'il-:,ws the Su-jitthru St-ite-,
1,ut B.rnmtila ia l.iat Norfolk or any other State
if tr. gi--:ti,:l was o.i ir-.-r order. It will be i
or B..-rnoi.., and Norfolk for th,;- market. I have
u.:. .:thi.-r 't nte to compete ..,idar, two mn-uitlhs to
come. I fixed on 7 varieties of vegetables, th-, one
to -,.1..--, the other. A Ilt., .h I ,,ly J ..,it -i ,.,:- d
thI: a1st w. cl: iu F.-Lbrnary, I iia taking tihr-.:-,- l, -
offt tlhes.uine iroiundm. Aft. :-r w-ril .u n-ek- in
pre1.-iut i-. 1" ,,... t, 1, w.hi.-h wil e mue me
:- o.- .. k f-u r :I :li.i.i. _,i I s,.. .. : 1t 4tihi M ., ]i,
rade.- : liiliini- tf-"c tie '2iiht... ii i have shipped
la-it B.,,:t witlI un :iuxilii-ry,.rp. Tliis firi- '.:-wina
-ir .-I,:k in pr-piar;nr r..]i-u.i f,, ith-.:it h-r in -'..u'l
-i, ',u until I --.'- tlihr n.ii'i. I v.ill aeutti-..ri tli.t I
madel a nursery bed .-f the 7 v.rireties of vegetable
s,:e ,l5,so that itfiryf hiliir-t.ii: pl..-. I hr,, ..,in.-thin.-
to, fall bas. k ou a a re-?-rv, -nid uni rou.un )e 'a..-t-d.
Aitxilinry cii,-p hais inati't-' 7 d;u--n earlier iu B:-u-
aurta thnu in the \i,:-iuity of New York Bltho-ng'h
tb'r- ir-.,iUii i vwrr, fiiiir. I w\:nnt 5 at tie leati-t
aunI 10 arm-s of ar:iblMe cr.,i p.,i. ,- -,ud if I :'an s,:-t
it, f,.r real practical and e-p'riniteutal ground, for
Jsmni.:.s- Pilling & Co... Pas-et.

My allotted spaci- I think is mi-re than up, but I
am no)t savin" a muin-bh as I waut to do. But I
cannot finisil without alddiuag that if the Climate-
caiy worlding ff tL.- grounI. ita products, quantity,
quality, .plendid %ariety -f icenerv nud thie ste'r-
ling qualities. of tlr' Bermuiliau Sciety, hans any-
tling to do with a person being ne--arer to Heaven,
I have b-een nearer to Ha-ven siuce? I (sime to Ber-
muda thIau ever I h'ive I--ee for the last 45 years,
if not, it lihas been mny own fault-here is anything
and everything that a man wants to make him
happy and comfortable-the Floral and Arboreum
departments ire really magnificent.
Landscape Gardener, East Paget.
April 17, 1882.

Mr. James Gordon the Proprietor of the
New York ITerald has subsr riber $10,000 to the act-
or's fund for aged and disabled theatrical perform-
ers, for which performances were held at several
theatres in New York.

To, the Editor of the Royal Gctitfe.
n. Sia.-I was very much surprised to learn that the
Home Government, or some of its Officers, had or-
d; dered the Dep6t Ship Urgent," which has been
lying at Jamacia, since 1878, to be brought here
to ba docked, to undergo thorough cleaning and ex-
Stenpive repairs, during the summer months.
I notice a writer over the signature of
"Native," in your last issue, calls the attention of
Sthe Colonial Government to the case, and says
"it is not denied that this ship has had Yellow
Fever on board," but he does not say one quarter of
what may be urged, against such a questionable
experiment being tried here.
I think it has been satisfactorily demonstrated
s. that once a wooden ship bas had Yellow Fever on
board, that no amount of fumigating or freezing
e wilt eradicate it, that if that ship is again taken
into warm latitudes. the fever will almost certainly
break out again. Asthe Urgent" is not a steam-
ship, I presume she is wooden. But allowing that
she is an iron ship, and has had Yellow Fever on
board, I still maintain the experiment is too risky
to be 'ountenanced in view of the disastrous re-
t sults, that would ensue to this Coblny if Yellow
. Fever were again to be imported here and become
e epidemic, it has now been nearly I years since we
Shad an epidemic of Yellow Fever here,. then Steam
n Commnnication and Passenger Traffil,, between
t bere and America, was in its infancy.
e Look at the improvements that have taken place
Since then in the steam ship line, and the Hotel ac-
. -ommodation, and the numerous and well kept
SBarding Houses, that have sprung up
S I hl:v--e aio been told that there are standing or-
ders iin case of an importation of Yellow Fever)
t for nl ,of the Troops to be sent to Halifax forthwith.
rhanke to the improvements in, and the strinentu
-uforer--uent of the Quarantine Laws, ,peciallydur-
t nig the last Administration, we have hid noYel-
t klw Fever iunce 1S6t, and people have) been lulled
into -,-:'urity, from an immunity from it for so long
a time.
But hve au outbreak of Fever this ,iouiiun- Sum-
tsi:-r. and what would be the cousequence, all of the
'T.i-c runient Contractor.s, with nothing to do, every
St.odv- one but the poor natives. In the Fall (if
icL ,:Sreamship Co. dii not give up their contract
aund run no stearune), no passensersou the Steamer,
empty hotels au.] boarding houses, and hundreds of
new made graces for, remember, we had Fever in
I.53, 1856 and IS64, many people were inured to
it, and many almost proof agaiurnt it, but in iS
year. there iha-i grown up a population of hundreds
of young men and maidens, and very many child-
ren of more tender age, out of wbich many may,
and probably would be swept off; eut tiling untold
misery, and desolated households; perb ps oonie of
your readers may think that this picture is too
vivid, but your experie-nce. Mr. Editor, aud that of
many others, will tell you, and others, that it would
not only be quite poIible, but very probable.
Of course I am writing this with the understand-
ing that the "Urgent'' his had Fever on board;
if she has never had it. I prei:tune there is no risk,
merely from the fact of her having ; come from
If the former is the case, I have no doubt, that if
the Colonial Government, will properly represent
the case, to the Naval Comrul-tler-inu-Zhief, that
the ship would be allowed to lie quietly at anchor
in quarantine, until the Government could
communicate with Her Majesty's Government, as
to her future disposition ; as I am quit.' sure that
Her Majesty would rather for several ships like
the "Urgent" to be destroyed (though she may beo
easily sent home), rather tb-in sl,e should be the'
cause of an outbreak of Yellow I'ever, among her
loyal and loving -iubject- here.
If the letter is the ; v*t, and th,-re is no danger in
this special ,'nse, it caIn do no lara to k.:ep the at-
tenti,:.u of the* pilubli' e li, t.. th i-,tremr. -ihuger of
introdmit-iua Yell..w Fever ao.i.-in amrong-t. asi; and
at thesaine tiu,:i of :calling the attenti.)unof the
Author ities to the viry que.:tionubl? p':liicy of tak-
ing any unne< riks, in this directi-im. Trust-
ing, Mr. EJi-Jr. t'u-t your readers will never know
any more of Yr-l.)- Feo er,, .than what they read in
the columns of your valuable paper, ,
I remain, ypurp; &c.,

A SiT'ree Procession by the I;mdeipn-
dent O'rder of Clood SmIari:taEs.
On Thursday the l3th,-memrb.'r-.ifoRachi b
Lodge,No. 7, T. 0 of G. S., and two sister Lodges,
v-iz : Beneroleut. Lodge, No. 6, and Phil:iutrophic
Lodge, No. 5, met at St. George's, by some weeks
previous notice, for the purpos- of forming a
"street procession." Though the weather did not
promise favorably there was no, rain to mar the
proceedings of the day. The several Lodges met
at the Odd-Fellows Hall, and at 11-30 a.m., a pro-
cession was formed, headed by the Alexandrina
Ban-, playing suitable pieces, and pro,-.e'ded up Cut
Ro)lt into Wate-r street. tiiruin_ up Queen street
into York street and to th e Chir.-h, which was en-
tered in th:- following order : Benevolent L-igi,.
No. 6, Phlilautrophi.: Lodge, No. ., R-i.-h-tb Lod.-io,
No. 7. Divin-: service was performed by the Rec-
tor, the Revd. F. J. F. Liitbh.,urn, whoi preached
a most suitablel- and iuiipre-sive -.ernuon. t-kin-" for
histext the 2irl ver.e -, f thie vi.. r. Galai. : "-Bear
v-- on- ultuh,..-A -.trd,,iis. and so fulfil the law of
(.hri-t.. The singing was ex.:ellhut, the Choir
was eompoi.'1 of pupils from St. Pe-tr'a Church
?,ttu-l:ry S,-h,.,:,l. s.:-li-et.--- by the Sup-riunt.-u,!.-nt and
tt te t I Iy Mr. T.,.--in,. -.the irgui-st i.f St. P<-
ter'-. The srvii e in tiv Ch- r-.Ii w ,r, i f ir .i in-.
a,d ntotwith.t in lin th.- r-.w.h- ot pc--'-us witliniii
and outside the Edifice, perfect order was observed.
A '.iy 1I- ri' amount of money was taken up.
*ft,:-r Di)cie S vicee fthe P'.T: ,-.i.ui wru i-,-f.-p:med
i ,'p.-nu ,rl'oun, and thI he- R- tr, n.-'ompnip:nie-! bIy the
Distr:-t D.eputy, Mr. Nathi I G.iin r, w'i,:.-
thrcluirh. the Brn-l il:-iviun th.- Nitti..n i, Authe-u;.
Tine .-r,-,',sion ti.' pr,'-:.',l:. thir..,ti:'h \,r- .-u,1
Wattr-tr-ets to thi Town Hall. whi-re, a tt,-tr the
un-.tin.- was ,,l[.-i-ned with irivyer h'y tint- Revd.
thi-R.-tor, tIe Diitri. t Dr-puty tok ti'h Ch ei. ri, !.
fter adulrt----ini the ind lie-u. eu- and stoat nm the prin-
Sipl:-s aud obj,- t. of the orrder--aled ou tihe
Br,-threin of the s.:-veral Lodine- : who, iu turn. de--
liveierl adtdrs.,?:-i. Th,:n folL.-.m,- tI!? r, of
the Charter, the Constitution and the Bye-Laws.
The Ch,,ir sin'ing at interval- some appropriate
pieces-Mr. V. Trott performing on the Harmo-
nium. In closinug the proceedings the Ch-irmanu, in
a very few plca-ing words, th inked the Ladies and
Gentlemen for their attendance and patronage, and
cou:gratulated the members of tlI, Order" on the

happy results of the day. The Choir then sang
thle Natioual Anthem, and the Rector pronounced
the Blessinig.
From the Town Hall. the pr-.j.-.'-ion again fourm-
ed, proceeded up Kent into York street,
down Water street to the Lodge Room, where the
members of the above named L.lIges, anid a few
invited guests, sat down to a tl.-le tas-tefully and
and liberally spread, there being nothing deficient
that. could be obtained. After Grace, the action
commenced, which lasted for two hours or more,
"during which time, though there were many bones
broken, there was no blood spilt." During the de-
sert the usual toasts were drank-not in wine-and
thanks returned. Three cheers given and the
members dispersed. The Band contributed its full
share to the enjoyment of the day.
The Entertainment in the Evening at. the Town
Hall was also quite a success.
Rachab Lodge No. 7, I.O.G.S., beg to express
their sincere thanks to His Lordship the Bishop for
his patronage and expression of good wishes.

Rachab Lodge, No. 7, T. 0. G. S., beg to tender
their thanks to the W. M. of Masonic Lodge, No.
200, Hannibal Lodge, No. 224 and Bermuda
Lodge, No. 2, I.O.G.S., for favors conferred.
This meeting of Lodges, caused much excitement
throughout the Islands, as people flocked from the
most distant parts, towards the grand focus of
attraction-steamboats, sail and row boats, and
land vehicles of every description were in requisit n
on the occasion, and the good old Town of 1t.
George will long remember its crowded and joyous
state on the 13t,h April, 1882.


Dr, Bryan's Electric




Chronic Nervous Di-'eases, N-rvotus Debili:y, Phy.
sical Prostration. Brain Troubles, Paralysis,
Spinal Couip-Ilints, Lung Disorders, Imnpotency,
Liver Complaints, ID.p.-p;_ia, Rhcumatism,
Hieadaerne, Femrnle Comiplaints, Premature De-
cay, etc

THIS wond-.-rul ~u iscovery in the npplieation ol
Elee'ricity enables the sufferer to giv .scien-
tiflc attention to his own case in accordance with
Nature's It-vs. The b.-lt acts by ail or the heat
and moisture of ''he body n, l evolve continuous
currents that iufuse t? e system wilh the vitalizing
element until ".te disease is overcome, and a re-
en peraiiva process established.
The Electro-Magnetic Current,as evolved by Dr.
Bryan's appliances, strengthens the nervous system,
give force to the braia and digestive function, re-
store lost or impaired power oft body or mind,
whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness,
or old age.
Illustrated Pamphlets, giving all particulars, sent
on application. Orders received through any re-
sponsible Commission house, and in ordering send
measure round the waist and state the nature of the
complaint, and a suitable appliance will be sent to
order. Address:
147 E. 15TH ST., NEw YoeK, U.S.A


Everybo-ly want-sit, but very few get it,
because most people do not kIuov how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difficult.
ties has been our study. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. They are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (in the bean, not ground,)
bearing our signature as a guarantee of
genuinneess, and each p,:-ki.e contains the
Thuriberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
packtwo kinds, Thu rber's" .\'o. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's "No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
goo1d j ,qlift,. honest quantity, reason'dble
price. Ask your Grocer fu/r 7T'i,',i-,r's
roasted (.'qffe in pound pi kage.-, No. 341"
or No. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the "7,1. 14" Ciffee-p,,t, the simplest, best
an.d cheapest ,.ffe,--pot iu existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respe-of fully. &c.,
if. K. .x F. B. rI URIBBEll & CO..
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-Is thI largest dealers in food pro-
nuets in the world, we consider it. our in-
terest to. mianiinfahtur. only pure and
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and satisfactory miuuin--r. All goods
bearing our name at g. uarantted to be
of -ul:,eri-or quality, ,r, On./ a,, l ,,deIs. e,1
and dele:dsi are authori-e-i to refund the
purchase prik:'- in any ,:.-se where custom-
ers have cause for 1disat'faetioni. It is
th,.r.for, to: tl,- intere-ft of both dealers
and con('.)l .iier- tous' T/r-. r-.s"' birtindl .
aAInPITr h-epi 141-lieiwius Raspberry and Sara-.
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is confidently reeommeuded to the public as
an unufiling remedy for wounds of e-ve-ry des-
cription ; a certain remedy for ulcerated lej-
burns, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruption%, and pimples on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the foul smell arising
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 131d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.,
and 22s. ea,:h ; and his
AL'I'iTr .'I VE PILL%.
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be one of the best medicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, which may be taken at all times
without confinement or change of diet.
Sold in Boxei at.134d., 2s 9d., 4s. 6d., lla.,
and 228. each.
Prep.ired only by BEAC. & BARNICOTT,
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.

The Undersigned has just received
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"

BISCUITS &c., &e.
Hamilton, February 27, 1882.

Protection against FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the lor.est Established and Wealthies
Oflicesin Great Britain. -
Through the BI ANCll OFFICE in these
landsd, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable tern.
ISIlKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPIERTY for 3, (3 or 12 months.
No FFES:.nd no CHARIGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1?5fl.
BARRITT, always keeps the Best -yrups.

Custom Entries.

Agreements for Landlord and
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Slore.
Hamilton, l ec. 20th, 1i1.

Potatoes !

Potatoes !

Superior Table

The undersigned has always on
hand a full supply ofTA BLE POT.ATOES,
in quality superior to any in market,. and at
prices to defy competition.
SPECIAL R TES to Army and Navy
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 3,1881.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Comsuission ierhchant.
--- -.- t4 Leadeiihall Sireetr .-
Personal attention given to Cousignments o
Bermuda PRODUC'E and the filling of her-
mudian orders.'
April :30, 1881.


Corner of Queen and Reid tvt-tt.
Hamilton, Feby. 21st, 1852.

O to BARRITr's for your summer drinks and
keep cool all day.


United H:5a cs ,M!lail Steanu 's.

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ay, ,'iehli 21, ait (-30
ST, -t 1l10 p.m.
.'P p';i! 4, i;, ( 00 p.uw .
I I, nI II ;I0 :n.ln.
at 5 0 p i.
N "5, .i0t i 3 l*. I..
M.y at *1-lJ0 p.m.

]Th'. v ie-,; ;.Iminer- are tuili; e v -:!, for
the Tra-'e, have five wateiigi t, and
carry experienced O!fice.:-s, Surgeons and Steit -
arrdesse, 'iThe. al..nit % ;.C i o i..oitlat!l,.ne i :ue itn-
surpawsed by any Atlaitic w.'-,ir-, and the
State Itooms arv on ainii det-l openii, intito the
Saloop thus securing, that great coimfort in
oceaii travel, perfect tentilalioni atd tight.
Smoking Room, Itath Roomn and Piano on
each Steamer.
The IU. S. Mail Steaner rinoco" from
Hermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Pa:se::gers' baggagecan
le transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
B'1 Broadway, New York,
New York, March 9, 1882.

Cricket Bats,

at the "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
(Sonme BA TS half price)
Hamilton, March 8. 1892.