Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00076
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Nio. 22.-Vol. LV.


24s. per .Ann.

.ePay 30, 1882.

OTrAWA, Out., May I., 1882. ., tlce. T e pOi .
SPROS PE'.CTUS": ,, I'r. Whitcher, Commi.-ioner of Fisheries, writes
Or TnE PEOPL tr''EAM NAVIC:ATIC.N COMPANY." a follow. to the / -,- A .L P allies INDVII' EI Estalte of the A Coniinm.entt .1'
1. It t intended. to. form a Cuolp).v f-,i ti, piiur- The p.-r...sed di,-p, itio of the in. liuii-. d balance A'-, Late F : E 1! i'.! : I' 1U TiN, le- He A C',
pore of est.Allil,lin r.. rnl i,.aint tiii.o'- tiuil:ir ,.otein th e, th Geera aw v.,1 aoun img.i.iuary ,tlairmant, ceased, are hereiv r, qtuIitef d to ..til theii res- J [ 'l ( D 8
C.itium ,nii:.tiut .i....tw_.-t, B.-n.ii...a : IL. N rew Y .tik ,.. men tiuil-.1 iin l --t. night's telegra ti atwil -tinji an p'-ie'ive aiee .un ,ts o1 b or e hb r th, 5// i ph i ; i- i
by :1 B Eiti -h !,tilt iron C oft n leo th u opporit;rV to 1 i.-aose ot the Cexce.s paid by reat ft cr whicr whdaich t all ccoUltlis not settle -d will be Just {eeive d vi N.v York, c Ii-li ..*n in
02.1.10 t,,u. ela.ed at LIoy-, n..t lower tl,,u A lfor Briiin inu sist ,.:riou of the late unplkasatunes in placed in l inds for ion. the folluwi;, lines, viz.
21 ,)yi, y, Fonrtu y, N.- F .'
ood1 ac,:orinmotdati,.u for ,il, iiirst.-cl p, iX.teuIe t It hill he rei,;ll.ltdLl that the tAmeriau govern. THOMAS MILES, .NLE EN'S Superior h'au.-y I or..ied
andul aldalpt, to tIh utan-,prt.of livetr.k aud met clnd l',,uo r alleged losse.dttaniued tP RLIN'- ~ Frock COATS -
Be. mnl. c, with two :'-rnprtii uts fitted by United Stites triLermen th rougIh for ihie inter- Do. Do. Black Broad Cloth Fro-lt CO TS
with conprtm'Eld :,ir, of .01tzfi :itent e, for Iuplitu by Newrouudlauders while fibhin inlaw- xecut o. Do,' Fancv Worsted and lDiagoinal
ltli-iuing fifty tous of fireh pm.l.,t; the he.inme to be fully. Tie sjub-,i:t wa distu-tsed bv SirtEdward an tilmoo, ay 1, 18". JA.K ETS and VIT-'T akl. CO- T:I
u rl f'or 'n.eyin a! ,i fruit, rnd cl:.i-ce ,g'e- Tlorutn ali andMr. E!.,ine, at Wa.hiiugton, in a con- and V.-' 1' I'.-
tablo,. t:.rt''l.le sort of way, and it was settle for R,. E. COCH AN Co. Do. ,i:go.l PANTS-i ir n ut only 1/
2. T ai ,:a.ital of the .mipany t,) be .';,,,000 a ]ump.,iut n of 47.7),'t"n with.:.ut iure.,tig'atiou. It i T J T per pair
with lit.-rtv to le Dir,:ectr.:.3 to increi-se it to now tn, out; tI tthte t claims -eipt-l t.o the (.OMMI:S-ION E [II A I\NT., i,, Tweed PANTs at 17,3 pair-a i,, 1It0 t"- nit.,l-l t it:.. a.t. ts who were instrnukd to dis- 96 Park Pl:ce, New York. )o. Very Fine Cheviot .- UITS-a brgaii
;3. Tlh T,'are, of ti, 'p-,tl.ur to o f. 5(a,:h1an,, bu th-e mi:iuy apportiued to eal, utf,:.,iu __ iorlingPAN 'S- fro ni,)ir
uno .a ehehl.leLr to .liihl, to a1', sxtut i,- ti. ,- et 3 ',- intted, all tld, to .-i, 7.. I hare a Persons wising to Ship workingg d i'e aN Id O r i at
ori..inal vu. o.f t It "lit i I..I iy .t i to be o :,m'lle i t of the .. .iunal el.,imr au,1 an anitheu- 'r r e d \ hite and O f.rd .ifll 1 a, at 3 ti-
--uitl. d to moe than e. rote ip to twetyr shares tic .- ul-e i- t final paywuts. Having thus liitm. T extra value for money
and that the li.t be L.i.1 opi.u f.i fourteen' days. tt st- than du.luble the -ettled losses alrt fie,,-pted Men's Working S I 1 .IS, at I '- each
..n c a .s. n ahout cne-third 1.--, there sh:.uld be no dittic:ulty in To a relialle and strk'dly Z,:maissior House Boys' l)o. )DO at 9d each
4. Wihe.nn,.,he apttal t,,k ,the.',:,l:^ To a rel-iable anhd strictly Commission Hou-e:,1 10 I' at 4 6 -a r sold
4.Wli capital tt -i. lig the u.ed .ai-plu of 1-22,022.74. It t do sby aling to the undersigned, Boys' \A IlNG -l S at 4; -nre sold miucl
pi .h:tll ,re I.,-u .ril fr ti I.',re''.il.ler- might appropriately be-used to ind tiirfyt the in-. -end i under re.ul it price and are worth the at
t nl' pioxies in Bermud, all,,tiittt. in ritiiP, h',abitant.. for the injury iv"i..tti on their "ocala F61Th. r any a -smataneesinZMoled. untet tto ul_( th pioems .
ihe sui,-,-ril.r .hall meet. at .: time an.1 pla.,e to be ing by iutrudet. who La e at iuallry pt.fited bytheir Prompt sales and ieittances made. leIo t ers
unotifii-dl by public aidrert i-tut t l:,yant'auy thr ib.' i T AT 'T Rn 'S & 0
-i:-i 1who ialI ele:t e.en ilitu c-ach p:..tish aud the two remainder to be elec-ted it Hamilton, April 1, 1.,S2.-2n. The (lothiers.
laIe, who-hall h.e eside-uts of Pemublteke azish, .. ARCTIC EXPEDITIONS. H l The Emporium, 47 Front St.,
for auvny runtr businu-., t.o whom after the Co(m. .- WASHNITONx, May 11. ITHE Emporium has in stock upwards of t2nd Maiy, 1882.
pany shall be inco poricl. sh.-ill b-. iutru.-ted tie The a.tluy (Chief Signal Officer of the Armyfur. 5.000 Garments.
manavcemeut of the arl-iirs of the Comptoy aud the unishes the fiolo in r:
twr thf stonrabhtiuig with te (". o i rer. wiet The Signal Servie is abomtt to send out two ex- 1 B ltIUtC.)
York, tand the sail Diz-ectora 5hall appt.iu t su.-h editions to the Arctic regions for the relief and
agent, bttoker an.,,, in BerustLa and supply o:,f the parties already there. A year ago Merhandise Broker and ManulaC- THO AS W. KELLY intends re-*
aei-,:-,'and hteranllow them ire,,nutBerudatcdnel11,-Liuteuaut Greeley of the Fifth Cavalry, a meteor-BK
wiere, od -hall allow them uh remunration, o t whos had lorvicein the 'nal Corps turers' A gelt, tiring from Business and request all. par-
the Directors all tt. headed au expedition to Lady Franklin Ba and 125 Chamtbors Street, ties to whom he may be I[NIEB I'El) to send
5. Immediat.-ly after the appointment ot the Lieutenant Rav of the Eighth Infantry headed P. 0. Box 2726. in their Accoumts for setiletient before the30lh
the Direr-tors they shall apply to the Goveinor and. another expedition to Point Barrow. They reached W peinal attention topaid' Ju le next, and those INDEBITED) to himn are
f'.un il for an a,.t In.o)rpi.rariou. thIir detiuations safely, having with them pro- requested to be good enough tm settle their res-
6. Tie Directors rir-t elected shall s-rve for one viions. and other stores for a year, and building OBermnuda llpltlent. 2 peetive ACUOUNTS by that dale.
year from the date of election and afterwards until materials for houses. The two stations thus estab- NTw York, March 22nd, 1882.--tf
a n-w election take- placa and -hall beelt-gibic- from lislhed are part :.f a chain of international stations, The Stock, c-nsitin of.
tinim to time for re-eletionu and. on) in the mouth among which ate stati.,ins at the mouth of the Lenua,
Sof Januarv in every year the I-)rei:ctors shall con- and at B.iraul in Siberia, ajd at Nortuh 'ape in "OI Ct l N'Si\'.S-n l C I.I'HTIIN-
Srene the -,diarehl-hler-iin the I.-lauds ly public ad- Sweden. These stations, with others, he l..>en T 'EEl.S C'. ATINGS
vertisemeut in the IR-.:G.: I'. newslpale-r arid sub- e tablli-hed for the purpose of takin:g- ru r,:.. SEt(l'.S FL 4f'NELS BL ANKIET'
mit to them a statement ,f re i-ipts t-n. di-burse- .,liA. ,], astronomical, magnetic and time ...L.- rea- P3er'S lS 1desir'Ous ,f S HIPPIN(G ". IX. :'hINU [1i Br EI-I iS
ineut- for the yeAr euinii,:inti thie- ..IstDc'remnler ] t. tiieas neu'ar a pos-ibl to the north p.l<-. Tlhe 1 UN) L : CL-T IIINm P)'>V;-:IA
pat. anel a r.-po:rt c(f 1the aft:irs of the Companyr -imtultancou, oulisrvati,_,us will br-ain oi1 th. 1-I- If.. PRODUCE 'ilI! 'r'.TLEI. Y and PI. \ I'Eli \V it i'
7. The Director, of tLheCoimpanuy shall hare tl, the t -ominit, August. T. e two exp.editi:,en that are 1 blon, h W. H I'F.Ni i .i'O t.He well, .
absolute ce.ntrol and m uan ulout of theaatii.r fthe ti -tart asion as po-ible will catry ti tlhe p..,tics Iknownvm Finrm olf tes ll;. -uy r -i ,t-i. 1--GO4ttwioo-AIwH-I.e- wvtt
Crompiany. Thel nluber of Di.-tors.:u e u.- at Poit Balrow and Lad Fraiklin Bray.eLluh..r1 1- F i .. tI t) 'r wash drii u i..his mo:it.l a. d
C.l fiom year to year nu1l pe-e-us iputtlinu dowu, 3ew's tappIly 'cf" provi.ien, clothing, full mIedial D c M F th next, iu order to effect a Clearance.
their uarnm on the annxed, plc,,lv.e t-hemselres :, tore .tul all ther e,:-ledt arti,.le., Three or four ti.'Lt,"' / THOS W KELLY,
adhere t.ithe-...nditirnsaudt(t, e pav p thea,:tuot :t..rvers will accompany each party for thepur- NEW YORKater tree George's
-. of thb,-ir stnlt iition; a and% when tihe Director-. if- p ,'e if elaig any of the men who may have N YO ,
ter Act of luc-rporation shall ]live been passed,:a, diel du1tis the year', or relieving those who may \\ill have every facility afforded them to do so Mav l 1882.-4
for the same. but uo Act ( Iune.,rpoin:tattion shall .e Lare bhconme i:apa,.-itated:l for remaining in the Oi" or :l I roerfrA. VIII to L. NI 0
ace-ptedh bvthe Companv whi.:-hd Je not embodv cold climate of the far notth. No communication j W H PENISTON, A. your
the provisions of the ab.ove rualrs, has been had with either Lieutenant Greeley or .* 1*. P.
Thie p rosonsftne aone rules from t e Lieutenant Ray since the return of the vessels that' 4 front S reet, o
d. The continue]ieillness or absencefrom these c,,Iied them to their stations a year ago Major 4 r tStreet,
anlds of an y Di c -tr si or the is aithre i enatiou e, Jr., willoceed at once to St. John,, April ., 1882.-tf. Sumlier Goods
"sl f ba N B. B., for the ,purpo,.e of chartering a vessel and i A"
which shall be filled by t at a meet-for supplies for Lieutenant Geeley's 1 Co drinkers should read the advortisament in At
ig convened for the lwilthen probably be ordered toun- uther olmm headed d B J E 8
elected to fill any such vacancy shall~serve until the perba e wl l
next, g1 eeal clv' tin Pirt- 3rs an n calendar.dertake tRio dificult task of takiihng his way JUL B,' E B J OS J
nmotl& absence c' tiltn h,: .:w,, 1h nsi;,-ered ab- through ith. ice and landing the supplies. Lieut s. ,, \'j e' "ierun.. Reid Sir-t'.
tenant J. S. PFlw:,Iwll have charge of theIleaty1'.11 CoJ .;..4; ." )rner/of QueenI and Reom L tPNIt)
senee or illnes within. rh. t,-rn of thi i ule-. going to Point B-'rroov. HIe expects rtoail from .' :t. VIN from LNLa,)N
9. When 2,: i.i. ,1] :,-tiully paid on the San Fra:is( ci-.o about the Istcof .Tuly. I irs ('( Via NEw YORK,
shares of the Coimpiaur, and u.-t b.-tore, the Direct-.v -r\- i s "CassI
o0,s sall tave power to .1 aiter ; :indi when .:.,. 1, 1r-- + 'I I ''t,,ra A N >trilt'.i
hulll h .e' been -o pati-Il up, l not before, tley y M LI (1'.H,.IC- BMI: & ;..I
shall ha',. power to put.'o-ite a steamer answering d M f ladies an d"Gents H-.IS'Y, &r.
the (-onltionof the first' iNle to place her on the Bernuda POTATOES I ALSO,
line bet eun sand New York. J A,,.,, ..IL. I,.,.V, .e .. ., _, n. .. 1


Fit i and Seconds; fair size mixed.
(7"' Barrels R.-eturn'd.
Apl:ily to

I t n arden,
Terms Moderate Immediate possessio n


(From the San Francisco Bellin.) 1 W' T. JAMES, Apply at -,ice of -hiw Paper.-
The Chiunee are enti.riu, into competition wh ay 1, 4 Frot lyt. Devoushire of ths Paper.
the marine itmn-irit.r- e, -iipaui,.s. Tu the Laitt,.r -- Devonshire Parish, u
part of 1 77 they est-.,lli, ed a mmine insuran..e '"7 May 22, 1882.. 3
company iu this, (ity, with .- .ipitalof l$,1)1 0, ..Lid i .. "- --
in this pr-esut year nuct't!er compinv has c'me 1 -
intoexie,.-e with a .::.irl lt e, B. tt: W. A OLA0 1, fk k M
these oo',patuie.s ;t'? pi-tri-lv( C'iiue& ., Ith-ir stto., k.- ;.'.-Q'ei k IntiTor.E 1O P N
holders, tI ati atI plov;,.-s all t'hiam,-n. u t s In the Town of aailto m, ICE COMPANY"
In additi n to) thele two<.. Cepari,, th'-re are toAur Wilt ih,',, n mte:ites walk of Victoria Pirl:, Beg to inform the Pulitic of Bermuda that they
others, whi.-h are tept'.enteld hIero by Eunglishi and P w-.i-eion given on 1st July have just received at the NE -.V ICE HOU-',
American loues as tleir aenut The iagg ate ; Apply to East Broadway,
capital of all, both pule *hinu,,e aid tle othei-r, 5 t n o a'
amount.sto neatly f,,;,,o,.i. Fiveyears a , JOHN' W. \V\HITNE Y. tons f N t
was not a putely (.'iuese insurance company in H mrillon, .hay\ 23, 18S2.-3 1 pd tP I) tonsi i N L a t 1
our city. The one that was started at the do:, of ____________
1877 wa-, put furwaid as an expeirment; it h's -...
proved to the promter.- a istt:.--. and lhetne it s a".; FO L ien iq
now followed hbra .. on, oe. ifih their pectuliar it 1Of First Qualiti, and are now prepared to fur-
shrewdne.-s and c.harlrteritic rp.ueuee,they nish ICE daily to C'ltoners in Hiamilton and
never move. rasilr. Titue beiun- of no import -iu.i c T e- H ot iiy
to them, au eily atffrd io ait tfo the full he LMetopoli Hotel, .
test, of any iuv.-tm-ent bef.ire another isat mdle. Phe Queen. Street, Hamilton, with Coach House,e JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
formation of this seconudi c-o-pany is a lproot that Stables, &e. Agents.
they have solved the queitiu" satisfattorily to | Ap ly to a Hamilton, April 8, 18S2.*-3m
themselreN; and it is rely likely that iu a year or ,, '1 0 "n TT.rn I = --- --~-... "
two hence they will make a more bold nove in the i. 0. O-LL o the Emporium for Youths' Clothing.
same direction. The capital stock of all the matinu Chancery Lane, Hamilton. Go
insurance companies, including all the Chinuse 6th February, I.S-2.-tf.
compauies,- in San, amnounuts to -
$13,250/,i0)0. Of tbis amount Chine.eoaupital isuo)w T' "'-s nr 'For. .Sale,
employed to over one-quarter of it. The total in- T111e ulll, 1 MAR
come of Chiee ,.ompaiiite.s in 1IbS0 amloutd.4 Frntd ] Stret 3 '-RET
to $3,0.0,4i, rhile- that of all inaiini insurance .--7"
companies, Chineseincluded, was i41,152,212, show- OB B30t, & 1S;O*, f>..W.
ing thatChinese capital realizes oai-,-siLx.ofnthe I, n] sG O lNth
income :f all our mriue The Chit se Ae MA antifacturner's Agents, an. Supply the rrive by t. Stea.r B ta on 12th May
carry the samehebrewd -vyteui .of operatingg into in- public at LONDON PRICES in Berwitula. I proximo.
surance that they exhibit whleu they endearor to,' systemm of Trading : These Wagons were built at the Factory of
gain a footing in the i-inor bi.tb-.ieh f Itts. -. All trausac-tions atr forC \SHT, eithhgr before j. DWoltes Hlifx N ... expre F ly for
,J'- i-b bf l.oD.elv, lifax, ..., exrAf or
They m iL-e but niod-rti.e -,,l .,? at fil-tt, vt h ,V- 'r d-lit > th,- least prices ln-ing c' .'^.l'r ,M. Ded "o, p ". ia, N. -, --.,b .y fo-r
in gainedi an eutr:.- tl. a-. ,rtifv t'icl.. e-.... a'h a, ti.-"., anil .3 per cent. -disc --t 1- .11 rmula. Plrace mOertl't.t oerms a -
in their p.l,, ion by the ,:.,a whei- It r .- 1 i al 1 .'.s- of t10 adl U at W le. mtlatig to ar- 1 E ..Ia
complish theirwoitn it atar b.oes a %,.s v-hlffi.-tiltr -T & ( p in.< > have l.u.. h .ir0 u' n iii- a- ALl-bE -N ING-ILlS.
task to remove th,'nl. If in '-it-I y--_ 't,, tIs jll-, -
estashl t otniea wi ea l a hlli, on,:ig thatt thet ,re now in p-ition to ff-r St, George's, 15th Apiil, i ::,2.-tf
e tbli.i d twn twi ll,, t ; al ,,i T i r B* t, n utt,-1. etn ,-r v! Lt I
dollars, when att i tt i,, E they hr l i'e.,:,w iwn, r it eO t --.P bli --o .B r wult !-ett.-i ---
is rea,-n ,b to ttn.,p,., th tt iu tlhe nest frle yeats (ha i itJi r-siots yea', as th1- are ..taiut- elQ iFo.
they will very grty ,.anl:ie th-ir s..,,.e f atlioo tn'aturer's Ag.-nts andl only sell on Commission. zette" n, o
As a pr.....- thitt the ,lveuture hs b,-u emuuura- Ciutoiinr: who Ih-ve beten pllasel with the At Royal Gzette Station.ry Sto,
tire t., the (' inee i, thie not u,-,.ns 'f" te s- e Gols they hr-u bought from tho EMPOR:It'M, Hei driie-s i ftl'olilHl 1 at'lu ;IpC'-lps.
Chii.-::. in-~i :rUl.ce :u-p....i- ...ii D'-eee-lcr 1, wi\\ll gre-atI oblige 1by favourilng- us witll their .--
iSSIt, b.\ .1, inr .o:u showiui, aiinuit..d to /',,- I re-ol.etti Latiotpn amilong'st their' frie-indsl. (-O0 to the Emlpotitua for Clothiug of every
107.:57. hamilton, April 1d, l8'2.--ms. G description.

0 Commissariat Office,
HAMILTON, 20th May, 1882.
CER will receive TENDERS, in dupli-
cate, uip to IQ o'clock, noon,

The 5th June, 1882,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for a
quantity of

Required for the use of'tlie.
To be delivered on or before the 18th Au-
gust, 1882.
Forms of enderer and all information can be
obtained on application at the above Office,
daily, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
A deposit of 10.'3 will be required from each
person obtaining Tenders, which will be re-
turned to those making Tenders bona fide, on
returning to the SENxIOR CuMMISSARIAT OFFI-
CEr the Schedules without, being defaced or
Senior Commissariat Officer.

.Messrs. ., Emilius Outerbridge
Agent f,,r .l'" t ,i-hlip Company,
IHAS lib I-c. ... .....''D TIP
No. 51, Broadway, New


TRE i inpoxrium is known to be the Cheapest
V--lplaie'rwrHa.iUtor-'r t-thing -;.- --

S Fr THE- I)[S-'(LU'ION-,1 1 ihe Fi-rm
ol JON(E< & L',)UG-II, ly Ih-. deMat of Wilfimm
Cioil Jonei ,ai nd that the ',u-,is, S 1 ll b' car-
ried on by the su, viving pir',.er, :e.,'z FP.
l.ntiih, in connection with I.,.uis A. Van RK -
muondt, under the firm name 1,f
Tlie tane o' tle l-Ic Fihrmi will (ily be used
by the surviving partner fir the purposes of li-
quidation .
52 Exchange Place,
New York, May i, I18.,2.-4

T the Annual General Meeting of the BER-
ETY an amendment of Rule 14 was carried to
the effect thatfron,/ and aft(r the 30th day of
June i",'t the entrance fee payable by a Mem-
Si i I-- t! -

renltS andt oys White and Jolodt betr on election snall be regulated oy mi age
at the time as follows
SH ATS. If under T 3 years of age, eight shillings.
AN'D, Between 30 & 35 twelve
PER FUMERY, SOAPS,&c., &c. 35 & sixteen
S4 4 & -145 '" twenty "
64I..Oi*lV 7 a 5& 50 twenty-four
always on hand. Persons intending to join the Society are
iilta,61, April 24, 1882. advised to make application for memnbership
2., without delay.
if you want a Good Fitting suit oft Seay. Treae.
CLOT HiE-.-(;5 and 66 Front Street. Hamilton, May 8, 1882.
OlIN M. McNEILL & CO., have Fongiged I r mu n d a T
the Servicee of a First Class Cultter a. m -e L md et -
Fitmer.-65 and 66 Front Street. Made from Pure Rain Water.
OHN\1' McNEILl. & CtO., invite the I'ub-
lic to Call and 1.x.munine their Lanre As- Can be used under nil circumstances without the
orlintent or Fi-ne Snitini and I'aIn P aStuff.- danger attendi,,r all imported Ice, which in
rm5 aent o Front S ireet. and Pant u.- most cases affect the system in the same miau-
Hamilton, Nor. 28, 1881.--tf iner as a chalw. e,i drnkiuz water.
___am___n, Nov.___, ]1.-_ The .Subscriber is now prepared to furnish Iee
-\ SUITS of Boys' C^othingin Stock at at Depot, Hlurniaby Street, from 6 daily,
00 the oys rium.lothng n tock at d delivered in Ilamilton and Vicinity from 8
t.he.Em "oim.a.!m. to 12 o'clock-Sundays excepted.
r Sa.le Price Half Peuny per pound.
.1o 01 )li This being a honm industry I respectfully ask
H ALF Chests Ool'oncr T A-best ii tie cconminuauce of te Public patronage.
Country THUS. MILES.
BIs. Good FLOULIR, ',i. .
Do. Do. M I-AL. Hamilton, May 15, 1882.
Ba--s BRAN Drums FISH I
i BACON &c'. 1 -i 1_

1. C. KIEtKNSY.,
'2 Doors \\-et of It ail Gazette" Ollice.
HIn mil ton, Marsnh 14, 182. "

In Cedatr Avonue.
i'oe-._sion tiveii ot lO July Acxt..
Fur further larticulnrq apply in
Hanmilton, 'ay 15, 9382.-3
TRE Emporium is clearing it. stock of
Shawls andl Blankets (positive at Cost)
rather than carry them through the summer.

Applfy it thins ffice.
Hamiltun, Sth May,. IS-..

S 1illiain James Heney,
Al UC U 0 JV EER ,
Shipping and Commission Agent,
Q ; Street,
I- All.'TON, Bi.:lilkUi 0A,.
I 'rom pt .ttl-enti-m. giaen to ; iay- n.I.ts.
F'-Aucltiou Weoduesdays and Fridaya.

FIt':Sfwon, LBe'wn:teder, T eeisday,

v I I sm 1.0 Immm




g Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
l A1t and 2llh May 18, Iheih-1it above the sea
Where the Register'is kepi, being 24 -16 fel.e.
Date. -
May, 0 1 j
1oon I IGeneral Ri'.uIrks.
Noon .- i

3 c--2 I rE
00 0

'27 E5ir
281 s9L

I 7T
1 71 7o
I I7.; 75
27s 74
373 72
3 13 72

'31 11,0411 Fine

,)I.3i Oi, vcr,:att, hazy
)7f .57, squally

fHamilton, J Iaif 30. 18o2.

May 23-Norwegian Bairqti Espeland, N.:il<:.u,
Cardiff; 617 tons coal fi, r H. M. (Gorcrnin'-Lt.
Blarkentin-e Indiana, Evan-, Liverpool,. 43' ton.,
coal for H. M. Giverniniut.
23-German Brig Graf Bismark, Klei-t, Liverpool;
372 ton~ (oal for H. Goverunmeut.
27-Schr. Meteor, Du.nno,,:.. Barl.anloe : ,u-al
molasses, .-Ag(nt, Tio-. .J. Wdsl..u.
29-Dutch Schr. Lilias, Vant,.rpo,,,l, Barl.adoes;
sugar to Trott & Cox.
Mail Stoa.n r Flamborough,, W1tit,*hur-t, Nvw.
York : Mails and gene-ral cargo.-A-ent.-.. Trott
& Ooz.
May 25-Mail Sterai-er Orinoco, Frasnr, New York;
2,751_I bl. and 1214 l.oxer potat.:.-e, 17,7;3 boxes
onions, 3,25. h oxes nd iji6 ,?l'tt tormats, 456
crates beets, 3 crates bananas, 14 k.-,-s arrowroot.
14 cases house-hold effects, 1 ase wine.
S. S. Vidette, Fuilltr. New York; 1,746 bis. and 75
boxes potato.,. 9.641 boxes onions; 234 boxes and
SO erats- tomatoes, 2 boxes beets.
May 29-Norwe.-iau B.irk Sl.a, Andresen, BDo.
ton; ballast.-ALents. W C. Hyland &Co.
Norwegian Bark Fre-en. Arent-.*ut, Boston; bal-
last.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & ves-
sels chartered to take forward cargo of sugar ex
Barquo Ohe.
In the Mail Steamer "Flanboroug-" on Sunday
last from New York :-M'e.ssr. J. J. Frith and R.
G. Hazard.
In the Mail Steanr O, ,',, .,~, on Thursday last,
for New York:-Mr. nud Mrs. J. M1. M".:Kini..r.n, S. annd C. MacKinnon, Mr. and Mr-. W A.
3Mount Nursend Infant, lissB. Mount. Arthir .i.l
Walter Mont, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ennis, Nurse
and Child, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. MoCundy and Mi-
MeCundy, Mrs. W. H. Merritt and Miss E. M.,i-
ritt, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fai nhnm, and Son, M I-.
H. C. Outerbrid<.-i3 and Infaut, Mfrs. Irin'Hir :;_.11
two children. Mrsi Gate-, Mris. S. H. ',:..dd in.
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Gundry. Mrs. G. G. Sniith, Mrs.
Hopper,f Mis Monks, Mr. Henry K. Merritt. and Mi-% K. 1M.r-
ritt, Mfis.i H .olart, Miss Miuaii Swa.iun.:u, Mi-
Bacliu,, Misi Kecle-r, Mfr. G. A. mnd Mi.. Be,,rJ-
ly. Lieut La.i.-.n -rTL, .... r ..... T,..-:. .. .
eranih Tritterson, L. P. Damreniu. H. W. F,...:t .
A. Maitlard, R. H. Davi., M. H'-pplr, E. F. R..-
berts. J. A. Rvussell. R. 1. M3Ca'rnlv. .11l G.-or.-,.
Eve.-2,,d (l'i,,..--Mr. and Mrs. (i..-org Y.:.u-.
Mr. and Mrs. Jv.,e," Brown and two S ,r.,, Mrs. and
Mi.s Punh, Mrs. H. James, Thoiniia Stiu, W.
Gibbs, George Young, Cilia Vi,.kr. .And Ait..i iI
J. Young. S'.,rae Robert, E.lw ii.1
Jones, 'W. M'uTirav`e, John Harrisr, Antonia Lewis,
and Joseph WiJou.--' ./--Z. Smith.
H.M.S. "Northampton." 1be:irinu, tlih Fl.I, of
Viec Admiral Sir Leopold Mi-Chlt..i k, hence at
Halifax, 24th instant.
H.M.S. "'Orontes," Captain Kijalniu, hence at
Jamaica, 10th instant.
Per 8. 8. FV."lwroa a.
New York, May 25th. 1882.
The Car'o )by th1 DI wt, was pla,-rl upon -u
market early lav t Mondny inornin and brouphtr thi.
following advanced prier-., riz :-* -
Petatoes ... $6-50 ) baI rel
Onionq......S2'-75 box
Tomatoes.... 51 and t6)0 entgs box.
The Steamer FPianmir,;ejh landed hi-r car-.., in
good ord&r yesterday morning whih sIi old r,,adily a:
Potatroys $7-50 't) barrel
Onion- i- $2-8.5 ') box
T,omatoes $.51) and vl60 cents I box.
We advise full shipment-s by return of bearer,
think pro-pi,-ts art good.

Wgg We regret to have t) re-ord the pea pletra
tiion of an outrav'e in Pembrok.l Churii h'ar.l on the
night of Suudanyla-t, sitiilar in kinu1 with ti it whi, 1i
only a few mninths a-, distnil.--d .md ri-ita te,l th1i.
inhabitant- iof the Parish. i.lI.-1i we may VW1.1 th i.
whole cornununity. for whio is thei:-, vh, is nu.t
deeply ;s-ndalize.d at the tLou-ht that thelir- -i..l,1
be a plers-,n or pt.r-on ,in .-,un .-t it whio ..l.i-r1.-
wilfully nud'd.lidi:rately to disturb, or dih-i.,our it
any wavthe pla,'.- in which the earthlyl rmai:ii- ..f
those who have gone from us ar 1- lid' W:' tinli
on v-isiting the Chur,-hyard that a ra,,m1.nmenitl
ero0I of white marble which had been .-re.t ,tel hi-v
Mr. B. W'. Walker to the memory oft hi-, sou, lan'
been completely smashed to pieces., a- aNo the. corp-
uizn stone. of marble suirrouuding the little ,-,ra'.-.
the only part remaininur intact being the peilt.-:l
on which the c.ros- ..t.:.':d. The blows struni.:k nui-t
have been of very g-reat viol-nee, arind only tuli
a henvy iron instrument wielded by a stri:-.' ,arm
could prodilir'e. B-sidhe< tiL. the heads hora l.-n -..
deliberately broken off f, .m some voiinur Eui-li-
trees lately forwarded 1by Mr. R. G.'L:v, of L.un-
don. pre.ente'dlby him, an, 1 planted at hiis de-irei in
the Pari-h Chiirchynrl. OIur tfeelin'gs in ri:,i .,iu"
tie above are thei.-.,- t" l.eepest and nim,.:t inteu,--.
indignation, and ii ..- w- are sure all right-
thinking people will share; the Chuir.hworil. n.
hive t.iome foi'waad with the oft-r ,,f a .i-.bit.utial
reward and Mr. Walkevr aii.o offers .t il, ;lnt \w
(.an ouly hope that the-e may bve the IIm|,n-,, ,,f .t,-
taining such information as Im.-y as-ist in tlhe con-,-
vietion, and full'puiiuislmneut of the:- p.-rBou or pi:r-
sRon- whA- committed the outra_.e--un outrii-, w,.;
may add, ,f such a character as to be alrm).st un-
heard of in any .ilized community, and whi,.!l
must stamp the deer of it ans scarce worthy thi-
ninae fi a human being.,

FINE Por.TroEs.-Samuel C. Bell. E-qr., kiun.vy
se-nt to our Office on Friday last -.:unpl. ,f P,:t.'-
toes grown on hii property. We wei'.-h d ~ix ,.f
thboem casunilly taken from the L.ixx and they wei.rlh,.l
4 lb.. 1 oz. They are excellent in flavur and a
credit to the Island.

The QuteeI', IBirtlida.)
Wdinel,:-,l-v 2,-i-t, t- 2-Ithi M.iy. the- .iy ...-t ap.nt
t'-i thie C-lI..iitii..u ot H-. Ma i,:ty.' Dirthlav.,
tlie ,:, il St.iu.iril w Ihi..i-t.- ./ t jll tie Si..un l
S-t:ti-.- :t b 1.m w.hil..- th. -liippiu'-" in tlh H:.r--
1 .n1s, wer.- ily d-.1. .k.:.l ith ft -2-. l 1 I th,- -- v-
i.n l ('.n;i-il t. -,nl riv.,t.: .-lliu .- un u...ul and
,,11, r l1 .:.. w ,-,.i ,}i-.1 ,l,...l. T h, .1 .h l.w '[ -l .
:,i .l o.uititn I. 1 -... I hi,,i.' .i,,i.:- n.ueen'sday,
.:,il E tu. ;-..,u1. ti,.. R 1., ,1 i.ij T! .i ,,-,_
i ....!h l t r i.. ".". ...b l F [; 0C (i.r i.
were at 11]45 formed up in .:, I it .i
'. ;.. .l..u, F .E .,('..i,, u.,:m l r.ii .C! f tthih' -t ,11'
rode.n -,.1i ti-.., i..n,1. After inspecting ti,.- r.uiks
C,:,1.~.-Il (,..-,l., took his stand at thL,:- .- i.' i",1
:ni.l ti ..- tr.:.i.,, m arched .-,. Linu. .-V '- ,:- iu
f -...r 1, aid at 12 o'clock :-, f. n-,-.-j.- was fired,
lwhil,- t- bhaud plh y-i C,:,d ..,- 1t- Que.- -'
Ireland Island fired a royal salut.- Tiir.,, cheers
for Her M ij,-ty ,v-.:ri then given. 1 h'at finished
line was ;.-,iIu t..iiLn..1 and ,Ivin,-i-' in R:. vi -.
Order it halt.1l :, f. w yards fr,.iii t -1. -l utini. point
and gave a'., -.,lt.-, -tr w-liih the menmm
were marched back to t i 1 .. i. k u .dismissed.
Colonel Gordon oar.: his (oti. .,1 i._-. ..'.ti., gallant-
ly r:-..iv-d tl,:. Ladies wl. ih.l '.i togetherat
i.,rn, Langton on this occasion.
In Ir.- ft't.ia h ,Ai His Honor the Administrator
held a reception at Govermnent IIM...-.. Mount
L., n;t.-i.i, which was -, _rynbi i-iL.. .,:.ily .i .-i.i-, both
N1y mili: t rv and civilians.
A, large'number of Ladies attended to pay their
respects to Gordon. ', l. .......- 11,:....v -;2
ihiriim C.,l.:..1i Gordon's r .:.-t. ,i.] i-nt .h, v l. -
f .I. 1 detained by illness at the last moment,
totheregretof hermany friends who had assembled.

The address with which His Honor ti,. Adminis.
trator of I,,. 1.,1. % im. it, Colonel E. C.A. Gordon,
ER.E., (.p:u .l th, .S. ~--i'au of the Legislature yester-
day, appropriately and neatly alluded to the late
Sir Robert M. L ,i t io ,l .i y, and to the appoint-
ment, indicated in our last issue, of Lieut.-General
Thomas Lionel J. Gallwey, R.E., to the important
p. inl..,ii of Governor of these Islands. A very
timely reference is made to the present condition of
Government House, at Mount Langt,on and the Le-
-i-1:nf ii,. ,ii,: invited to consider the advisability of
t. ithi\with ., ,-- t u.-- a new structure, providing tem-
porary accommodations for the Governor, rather
than continuing the past policy of spending money
in patching up what is absolutely called for.
Those who attended the late A Ui ti-t., it Government
House, and those who were present at Colonel Gor-
don's Reception on last Wednesday-the Queen's
Birthday-must have been struck with the state of
disrepair gp-u.-r,All. The- v-. 'uIll ,hi l mEl uuisafe-
propped up with u-i.-Lily li.-,.... ..riu.;.ii.: imt.
ling ; the old Ball Room, i-]i.:i ..n,.-.- erv...! t:.r a
Convict (L.'h1I. t B.., tumbling down; thi. Dfi iw-
ing Room and Diniun1,' I..m in r from l.-in;' i,- _....... l
order, evr-i f.t..r ...i.lri' purposes. &c. TIh:- .me:-
ti-ni has been n i- tih-i,. to show for the

H.-I.1 it .kilt nuietiu~. at thi Trinity S,.ho,l AT THE "' HERMITAGE,"
R..'..!, llnilt...n, .:. F ijLy l:ithe. PrnstI. ThS-t
r;,vl-. J.. L. L.:,i.h iB.i-ih.,'.,-C u,,d,,n -nr ,, M:,ik i_. t5t !t
James .i,1 Lin,...: M.-,, H.,u E. H.,rvey, R.
D. Daarr-.ll. WVilli m C',.x. N. A. C....1ner, anl J. A. Where .LL will finl1 a Cordial Wl.-icomie.
F'i tT Y r. Ice Ciaus. -trIawvlji' rin.u an11 Creami, Coffee,,
A lettertwas read from T. W., r. E.., to Te'k. .-t \,.., antic I the-r Ii,.h f-
hi.- 1:l, t thi., ii.., i[.: l,. li ,1.l been -.l. t.-l the oda t and c.t r ri sh -
; -u.t i.i i f 1. d-ilt- n ii- t e nift:. and every effort ma':l1 to eauiis- the
TI .- ,1 ... tin_,' ..- il-, i.) ,, wh-i. ti-.n evening to be pleasant.
should be taken on a letter r i.- Receiver Gen- r l tor the tepaii. s of tlih- Smith's Pa-
.dil4 -.iii, li11 it. iu :iecordance with the iiiprovsio.n rish Wesleyan Climihli.
.t hii.P I i .i...k- tl. i..,: Act 5I l, he wa. l,.,:l:iaiil : Doors open at 6 o'clock.
to transfer and p iv to the Sy',.,, the snm of .it i . Should thei. prove unfavorable
paid into the Pi,.ili, Treasury in 18'.. nmlder tlh:. the first fine one,
provisions .-f ,,. J)f.: n..,: Act as the 1,ir..- of part
of the Glebe Li i.l ...f P.iinr,1,.:- Parish. Smiths, May 23rd, 1882.
The Rev. M1inkl .James and R. D. Darrell n'Ll -
William '., E were appointed a committee to ublic A u tion
ionsi-1. r ,i-ni.1 -.,, .i tlie Synod at its next meet- u lC Ac 01
ing ,%-h.-at -1i.1.-, hi, Il--tt. r I.e taken for the invest-
ment .-.f tth ,,,'I.u. UNDER THE BIG SHED,
Thb. ll.,u. E. l survey ud William Cox, Esq., I At 12 o'clock, M.,
w,- : ipp..i n.,l (' uinittt.e- to .iu.lit th,: Treasur-
er's accounts and to report thereon at the next On THURSDAY Next
I.:i i:. of the Synod. 'U1
Tl- in.: _ti .,-, ,lj,:,aine, to Friday, 23rd slt June,
June, i.r,.xun,, ,t 1i a.m. 1 Fine Brown

Z( Thl. Mi --i. .1 ,h., L., i.i.y Enurte aiinie-nt b-y
the Choir c-f th.- W. l. v.,u CIhmr:i in thii T.:.,wu A a
which took 1.1 ,.: in tli.:- M'.: hui, -' Hall, on the
evening of Tn .-.1,Y 1 ist, was : !n.:.i t i rit .litail:.e pir- 15
4-t.,iii in,'n- to the r-,lit ,,oll <:,,u. e irned. 1 BUGGY 2 se
The Revd. A. W. Nicolson, the P.-t...r, ,:,peue,l
and closed the p..:..: i- s with some very suitable I BOX CART

remarks. The wish was generally expressed that I Cart. HARNESS
the Choir w.,uld 1..: 7iii,-. 1..f repeat the entertain- 10 Bls. S. F. FLOUR
ment at some. ,i. riy l t.. 5' Bls. Kerosene OIL
A very inft, i. -iin.. letter, on the subject of the A
great project of the day, by the Reverend A. W. -1
Nicolson, will be found in the Supplementary sheet -y Up
of this issue of the "Gazette." Good at carriage or eart
property of the
Four Soldiers of R,. I. R. have deserted within
the i -tf week. It is believed that two left if *
the Ii. Orinoco anrtn.. in theS.S,Vidette-asfour 300 Onionl
Regimental coats have been found since the depar other Goods
ture of said steamers and one bayonet. And many other Goods 1
Privates K.:, n-u, Scallon, Hamilton and Purcell, B. W. V
are the soldiers i p... .1 to have d 1-. rt,-i. .
--A--- Hamilton, May 29, 1882
D A Supplenment of Ten Col- --
ums.-,. i..iiolniiis thia'issue of the "Gazette." N O
It contains His Hvnor Colonel E. C. Gordon's,
the Al1nini-,dratior of the Government, Speech
at thIe -.p.ning of Parliament.-The first day's THE UND:R.
lroee-,dinn's of the Hl'onour.ble the Legisla. quests persons
tirv. Counn..-il and Hon. House of Assembly's call and settle this wee
and a very large amount of other interest-,
ing matter. m
- i-l- l. OL __T n inh I

0't. : O @p;
ated, open

I Buggy HAR


erior JIARE
work, plough or saddle, the
Rev. George Tucker.
Box Material
that will appear at the Sale.


iNED respcctl'ully re
INDEBTED to him to

expenditures of the last ten vy-rq, to go no further DIED, in VW.,rwii.k Parish, on the ltitl inst., Notice Notice !
back, and the on1y i, Ih can be given is ,ft,. ,r short and painful illness, in the 3rd year of
next to nothing. Had a new house been put up I,;- .,., LEoAsn JosEPH LovTO, fourth son, and
years ago, it is ,niito, lis t-iv t,:t its whole cost of his ageSrxrrN -
years ago, it is L y tt its whole cost on the 27th, in Il,,: 6thyear of his age, STa rB THIS is to *;ve noii.e that the Uitnders .n-
would have been some time since defrayed with in- R-N 41,i. f t ,.. S. au 1 F,.1ie W Ward. ed i ntens leaving. intu,!a er -
terest, at little i cost to the mi;uliv- made intends leaving iui!i er .. tim-. 1 time, ?and the -.:.intivy ,,i1. have had ....... in t1 i, t..wn. of wl,,:,,,inug cough, onMay Orinoco," June Gth, 1882, and all parties
i -il..t-bti ,l asset in a suitable house in -.....i re- 18th, Lor .\Nurr7uA, aged 3 months and 5 days, having any just CLAIMS against me will
pair. Wetrui-t thit t. L i-1,iur, will h.. let andon My 2thi, IENRY.nLorD, aged 3 monthsand please ri lld,-lr il.- s:iune
tn.,: ir,. ,.n .:,iI,.,rtmintv ,-i-, but that they will 15 days, twin son .u,.l .1-lurht~r of Eii.-ec,-r ton
n.,l pt (',,l.n: i;.,,...,,,'.vell consider .1 i...n, Euphemia Y. BlR On or 1Lefoi e the 5th prox.
.tin1 ti. ..-t A. l t. tItl.: -.,.t.:.t, .X,..U.lti... ...... ,at unk-h'-- nl Farm. Halifax N.S., on for immediate settlement.
':-i tih (' pr...i., it .at i, ..a t L u, t,:n. nl. vy, M ,.iv l et, ALi.r. M airD, .-. uU', t i:hil, of
The addres- t..u. i... iihtl, nl t .-m( pu.l.n. eoreo' and R.-..e; Si -.., -, ,-ged 1 year and six *. PEACOCK.
on the state ct :.n-r .i il.. tua ,I -t [1 -... Att.-nti.u im n.n mth-. I r-! milt ':, May :,nm, 1S 2.- ti.v'ce
is drawn to e-iu. A. t-~, i n. ..-in legislation, ......., in Hamilton Parish, on Sundo last,
and the n ,,,,if cn... .m...,.. is given that in the DowNmNG W. Orrirr:.r.n.i r, E-.1i.. aged 86 years, N OTICE
Public Eiii, -.t. i...i ti, year, a balance of much and.-,-i. .-,llyv I,-1,,'- t.,-d y a large circle of
1-.iii will probably remain on the right side of relatives aiIl f'ri u.ii
the account. A -fr-'.1h+f.-.rward Statementis given .T... E r Tpi UNDEI:SIGNED, intendling to make a
of the unfortuna-: I ti-.l t- cease, which will doubt- r i r .. .'
less provoke no little .discussion in the House of ETi-AN S'notif -all ,-. INEBTED to him, th:t
Assembly. ,We do not anticipate a ready compli- their Accounts must be .-t tel. or satisfacto.
pay over to the Imperial Post Office t- ..,ount ril__y r, or, by the 31st instant; and all
which Mr. Webster, h ,vin received in due form Personlsto whom he iay be INDEBTED will
from the C,,l..uild P.-tI,, failed to transmit in A please render i.-ir ACCOUNTS to that date.
course. W,. -i.iul.1 1-. pleased to find some means 1 A il n t lata llT -e t D, -p s e ti T T th a t.
of our ,:--. ii-" .,1t.i .,u, fit V,. f,.r tliere is Consisting of Music and Readings, DUDLEY HOLLIS.
no other remedy uiit t: ....1 .. the "I.-',:-.rti,,n made Will be rEiven, at the -bove Hall. Crawl May 22nd, 1882.
and to lose no opportunity to ure' 1.: -payment, and -
the adoption of such reforms as the case itself seems T 1 % M O,.ney to I e onn dn 011L
to call for. The attention which Colonel Gordon The 31 -t of May. in-st.. u : 8 p.nm.
has given our public business during the periods it MoIT itgagoe.
has been einrusted to him deserves notice; his Doors open ait 7-30.
public .Inti-- being both punctually and fli.:.;,-ntly Pri'e-, ,ft' Aliuission-Body of Hall. 1/; Gal- 500 ;ind other sums to 1e In
tth LiJ :-. to without any ostentation. e'ry, 6d. vi ..ted on satisf.ictory securities on Real Est.te.

A NEW E'nFRrPi-P:'e.-Tl.- Agent of the Mern *
chants' Bank of Halifax has handed us a copy of
the latest A i..! ti s-,t, ni, ut and a list of its Share- NE
holders. 'li: St... k li t contains the names of M
i:in,uy V..if th-e v.-i .1lti-t ."'n.-l m t r--p.f-. h inien of
No:v: S, ,ti.- '().'itn, and the wr, .ii imni.,hin- con-
ditioin it tI. Dank warrants us in r '.,.iim'ili-u,.
tIe Ihi-tititi-Ln asa safe and .i i,1,:- one -lr.iil.-
which t lh. fiiiu i i.i -,. .. the Bermudas may 1.
be transacted. The Agency will bh of en"rt ?orvieo 2.
to tIe. Pl ani t,' '-i...- i. :, ,.l.-nii-i,,- t'...r l .tn t ". 3.
w hi. 1,: 1... i r.uni i.. r.:.l. i i h, in.-l.n ., 4.
in ,thI-r i..untii'i. .. h., in .. i n ,im r.. I.v tlh.- iuk 5.
for -t-h..h .i... m i 1 .. .... n it .. i ir- .
'T h- Li'vii.' l .' liiih .- r.. ii i '..- it reasona- 7
ble irt.: t i ._ !-; .1k D P,- .' ;"
i-.muio -" 3per ., r iut..I r. l .-.., "..n ,..i, --
-i'.: t.. ]i e-t -'i''r- Ci,,it ,1 and the m any ..tli.,
ways in which the new Lot[i..,a will prove of
-,.rvi, th. ni,,in,1 i -1 n .,i t" .. xl,. L i e
lil,'- thiL t tl- M,1'. ii.Lt [ .' iijk t I-[ iliti. i il iud
hi i.-rn tti l I L-i -;r i,.aJ I i iik. ,- 1 t ii n'W I .
I '. y 4i... i-, l in.. I .I .. l i tiv,-' il..tih :u u ^


Seen bet, -ee.i St. Pai.'l' i',l .pe 'i Ray in Tow of An-
-//t-er St ,r.,,.:r.
NORTH rF SDrNEY, M\la% 'l.-The opri'ator at
Meat C',ve reports. that -e ha-ls jiat ireturuod ti'iirm the
"M0ounta:tia iiutl .ik and ;Na\v lar off, bet'we:in .St
Patd's and Cape Ray, t")o teatueiir.'- giug' N,.,rli,
one with ttwi., mniat iiqparcultiy towi,g I [e I Inro
three-unasted *lhip Ho1 enil not mak' thenin ,iur
very ,v-ill, hill nti.oi dolubit thi-y ai' the P-riivln
in tow ol tie te.mrii.r N.-'wlounilland, I.- of' the
otier relief' .t-timui.. Tb-v w i` in cleir uater.
The i,.prali,, rhi-'po ,,rtsi l ,.n e.i-a wAil.'r it, fuir
ul) -as the Mn'-.d:,l'nu Islainild. ThLi M:whll."voui l'laid
sienei'tr report ver) little ice t. the Northwnimd.
IFron tli,,e rep,:irth there in- y i) ho dil oiibt h [Ihi
saletv oit ti.v Perirmij, ln.,l ldhat ,hiP Will milnk- .'i
wav to the St. L awitrence lel.%, ,ii ow ti. le O re-
liel shii.
QUEBEC. Mn '%'S.-%Sesaleten.rPerttiai arrived iin
port lit '1-55 this intFi'jenu in ti,\. She dimes uint
appear t bhe much thli- uire for her det-ution in
Ib ic.' et.'xcepiiug thfe'i ,t h.r .ereii
SiIn.' twenty -hips ,rn'iv e., in, thin purt tto-day
imLakihh iii br-t,,eeti fu, y ; d lfitiy vep,2,,,' i .,% n ht\ e.

('mHA;:, ,r -.. t :r-.--It i- iumit.i-.rd th.i tie
r;..,v.,l hit -, C it- i v.:l\ ... t.:h v,.-dl i.y tl,, 1'1 t R -
".iii -u : .:, t :- t' ,il i th ,l v,: ,,. T I,-- -:...y .-v l
li h Rift>. .iiua' to H.Ild.'x anui th., 1i. -.t :..,,ltiLn.
itrin .HIlif.nx to .elieiuudi.


Tickets to be obtained at the Stationery
ort)' adjoining the "-Royal Gazette" Otfice.
P'roe-eds in aid of the Buitlding Fund of the
ew P,.mbr'ike,- S.niild y S,.ho:1.
ay 30, 1882.

C'HOPIU.S Let the- Hills resound"
IEA DING .............Mr. A. Goslincg.
; ".! .................1MA r. 2,for,:.
IEADING ............. Rev. Dr. Pienny.
('IORUs The Bl,'ry Tow.r"
IEADIN. ............. Mr. D. E. Seon.
,-_.N'lG ..R. ...........Rev. R. O. Yearsley.


PA'T 2.
('1 -iORU Oh T,,wle. ",
READINi t.............The. Chief JInusti..
SONG ...................-liss Lough.
PEADING ............. K,\,. M. Jaiaes.
SONG ... ........... .Mr. Simpson.
EADING....... ..... RGi-v. Dir. Penay.
CHOP US "' A Ios,.'in Heaven."


.1 P JUB LIC' .) A'E TIA G

Apply to
lIlamillon, May 29, 18S2.--2:3p

For' Sam.

(Ntearly New)
rTo S'eat Two Persons,
Tinhe Pr.,per-ty f Lieut. Bereih, rd, R. I'.
.a '. to
LILiUT. :lD )I.ED il:.\.., R.-.,
Mlay 28th, I Si2.-l1. e

Foor Sale.

I r About 5 Roods of Good

SPlanting Land,
A p. ion of the Prop-ri\', in .Sandy's Parish,
kno..wn as the I IK!;I ITE'1\( F.
I-'..r pariicinlars. &c., please apply a:t QA-
ZETT.T Oflie.
Hamilton, Mlay 29, 8I3S.'.--



Will be Sold atl auction,

Under the Shed, on the
Market Square, St. George's,

The 30tb, at 12 o'clock (Noon)

The Cargo of Phosphate,
Of said Brig Alfred,"
A portion of which is in store and a portion
on board said Brig.
Marshal of the V. A. Court.
By Order of His Honor the Junilg, of the Vice
Adiirilty Court,
30th May, 1l.8.

For BenjilQ of Owners, Ui lerwdte,'s, and all

By Public Auction,


2nd JUNE,

At 12 o'clock, Noon,
On the Old W warehouse Wharf,

Zi^ e e WU,
Of the Nurwegiau Bartiue
PrDLR..ENr, Master,
Which Vessel put into this Port in distress
while on a Viage froin Iviza, bouutndl lu New
York and abandoned on Survey and Es-
J.1 T. DRRRE, I & CO 1.,


Iam3ilton, Berinud I
')!nd May, 16-2.

That fine Pilot Boat,

.. Z-
Will bo o. at, Public At- tion

On T h-ri-s(1a SYth Thine,
At 12 o'co:o k, ".,
Li I-ont of the Sit.res of the Undersigned.
This Boat has been thoroughly overhauled and
repaired. She has t new suit of Sanil, ,new
Spars and Riging. a heavy set of loonrin, anll
a ('2I ,r Pingy, all ot which i ill be toldl in one
B. W. WALKER & CO.,' ers.
Ilamilton, May 29tlh, S-2.-2 3p

For a good Central Stand for Men of any
Business in the

I liereby offtr tbr ,Sale the
Iam Wl BUILDING belonging to nme in
I '.' this Town. situated on their Eastern
.,ile uf the Market. Square. boun.led aIS fol-
low.s:-Oni the -\.irt, by Water Street, J-,t'.
aunl .1 olh by the Property belonging to the
Estate of the late Mr. Nicholas MeCallan,
1r. by the Corporati.,n Propeirty or MuArkoet
This Building has rented for s'ev:ral years
an]:l is now renting for 114 per anuiuim.
Title and Tenants unexceptionable.
Tenders for purchase will be re-
(ceiveld un til 11 i June Proximio.
I do not bind myself to nae.-ept the highest
or any Tender.
Apply to

St. Georges, 24th May, ISS2.-2

The Undersiolned
Have received from England' via,
New York, their usual Supply of

n 111 be I M tile a a f 7- 3h -- --
HAMILTON, Received via, New York, fri'ol Lon- Suitable for the present Season, comprisiug:-
S.t.I .1. dn i i tal'le at "IR.ltalGazett'" Deplimtary "AfENS 11111 Youths' Readly Madle
'.-I' I-- 5 tV ff i' I A tulrtliersupplyotPUBLIh'SC.HOOL BOOKS, -'-' CLOTH[NG
June Ne'-t, at 12 o'clock, Noon, First, Second, Third and Fourt.h READ- Men's Black Cltlih SUITS
t 1 lock, Noo, Tweed PANT.' (all qualities)
To receive- thie i tiiis of a -,.joriti of and Youth's Black & Colored AlpaccaCOATS
11., uMl ilEi :i. )ppini,,,en i,- thIe I t'liairinlli u I COPY BOOKS, assorted numbers. Brown Linen JACKETS
i.:e .lei in, I held on 2;3id int., and to re- SLATE PENCILS, re., e. Lawn Tennis, Boating and Leather Sole SHOES,
'n t C ile- t reor e Hmilon a 30th, Canvas Tops
.. .t l' relorn. Ha-lt, May-30th .. Mens'and Youth' Straw HATS in great variety
pr. q dT i Jil' ,,f O '.1 'IlII ,:4 "l l :" a ;e : l,,u ,i lln .- ................. ........................ .....
painy for th.- purciaI-' -I a tiist c a-, -t.aimlr 'toI) i An Eutertaiinmei-u t iof Mttusiiail Readingi'- At AND
be -.. r.neid i,, liri.,ud i. the Me-l. im .:-' Hall, H l, inltH ..u, t..-i m..irrn. W ..d- AND,
S,,rde of .mh Chairman, ne-.laiy, -v*eiu'.--se :,,lv,-rti-i.-iut.] A Choice Lot ot C('obetl's Best Cricket BATS and
y r of Matcb BALLS.
J. D. MIDDLETON GODET, RR. I. R. Th.:attii...l P.1,iiP ,.iii<:s :at Pros- I LOC'KWA.D i\ & IN 2-HAM.
.Se.'elary. pet.t on 3rd,., 5tl and 6th Juime.- [Se,- adv,.-rti~e. I
Hamilton, 29'.Ih May, 1882. aent.] Hamilto.n, May 30, 1882.-2.3p

- - - - - - - ........


i 5 nelly Bay, Ala -, 2U, 1882.

I ,


For Account of whom it may Concern.


IN Tlil:; T')O N, AT N0)O1N,

On Wednesday
Next, the 31st I instant,
About 10,00(t Case's Refin led

Pet r o leu m ,0 i ,
10 (alluns each; and about
50 Casks Alcohol.
The some beiln a portion of the Cargo ex
Itali:n Bark "E AI LIA FIGLIA," Nicolini,
Mnsier, which Veserl put into this Pott in dis-
tress on a voyage froin New York bound to
Const.-.nlinople, hlias een abandoned and the
abandonment thereof accelte.d by the Un-
derw riter.-.
The nortiou of Crgo Advertised above will
be sold to I'anv Expeises, and for the purpose of
enabling the lMaster o' ahove Vessel to forward
tlie Residue tn its destination.
St. Georges, May 26, 1882.


By auction, will be Sold in the
Harbor of St. George'vs,

The I-t Proximno, at oiN ,

o" Emilia Fighli,"
Together with the

R. B. Y. CLUB.

squested to meet
1st June, at 51p. ni,


S ;et. o S.I 1;iI C.' .,,,. it'e.

.,t! Maiy, Ip' ,.
By Order of the Morortgagee,
Under a Power of .ale, on

The 1st day of June next, at 12 o'clock,

9 A LL that certain LOT OF
I" "LAND, situated in the Town of
Hamilton, in the Island of Bermuda, denomi-
nated Lot No. 14 of the 5hIi Longitudinal
Sitr, el bounded on thoeSouth by that Stre-el
n .1 theru measuring 35 feet: on the Il'es by
" Lot No. 16 of the same .-treet and there mea-
"suring 151 feet; on the North by Lot Q
"of a Cross Street, between the 5th and 6th
Loigitudiial Streets and there ineuIsuiring- 3,
Sweet, arid on the Eanml by the said C'ro-s Street
"and theie measuring 150 feet, or however
" otherwise the said Lot No. 14 may be bound-
' ed or may measure or, ought to be described:
' together with the MI S.-SUAGE OR )\\'W L-
"DING HOUSE thereon erected, and all other
' Houses, Outhouses. Buildings, Yard-, Tanks,
'Gardens, Tree, \\'all., Enel,,-ure, Ways,
" Lights, Liberties, Privilezes, and Eas.einerts
Sto the s.iid Lot of l.iiiiad )e!nginu or with the
same held, used, occupied or enjoyed as par-
"eel thiereo or appurtenant thereto.
This Prope ly was formerly in the occupation
f .MR. 'EnnAhr.D J. NMHITH,. dec,-a3-ed.
namilton, 20th May, l18-3.--2 3p

ro be Sold, by Auction,
'By Order of the Mortgige.e,
Vitler a Power of Sale,

*h ~ ,dq n ian-4. +1rnnl

SPAN S, SAILS, \NCItHORIS, ^ '.'.u '-, uno et, t i u VIOLIk, p.m.,
CHAINS, HIGGING, BO)A 1'S, j OT No. 28 of the 5til Longittu-
And other Materials. dinal trteet, of the Town of Hamilton.
', \hidl, Vessel put into this Port in distress on measuring from North to South 150 feet and
a Vuvae from New York bound to Constanti- from East, to "Wt 50 feet, andbounded on the
nopileantd having heen ala>lonel en Survy Nortk by Lot No. 25 of the 6th Longitudinal
and E -iatl andi the having bee, tret. (nextli.rerinafter t,,be described, on the
accepted, the said VestIl will be sold in accord- ,S ,uth by the 5th Longituinal Street, on th.
ance itih instructions from tile Ag..nt of the E,,. by Lot No. 2i of the last mentioned
Italian Underu writers. -treet, and on the West by Lot No. 3io of the,
The Ve.sel is heavily Metailled, copper-f.ast- same -treet;;
ended, built, of hard wood, andIl v-ll And Also, with Sails, &c., th.-r.folre presents an L OT, o. of the6t b Longitudinal street
oppor: unity for speculation rnrely oe",,rrig at ofthe said Town, and ensuring front
S.- Noith to 'eoutli aboutt'a f,:-,.t an.1 from Ero t
h Purl. J DARRELL to' Vest, 6 f eet. anid bounded on the N.,.t/h
J F N S>. *DAR.IRELL, by the 6th Loniritudiual .-tre..t : on flith,,.,,S.
Agent. l1'y the Lot first-above desciibel; on the East
T. C. McOALLAN, by Lot No. 23 of the 6ith Longitudinal Street,
Auctioneer. and on the West by Lot. No. 47 of the same
St. (, n Maso, 1882. Street, or however otherwise the said Lots
____________ may lie boundl- i.-tay mri-estr..ii- or ought to
be dezerribed; together withthhe
The Royal Irish Rifles Dwellina House
SAnl Buildings on the said Lot No. '28 and the
AZ nate{ D' aj at. i Cuib, Appurtenances.
WILL APPEAI AT THE This Property is now in the occupation of
aR. IMUEL A. SMiTH, Carpenter.
T h ea et Re ItSoyy s 'r0os. J. WADSON,
SP'OSPECT, Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, RD Hamilton, 20th May, 1882.-2 3p

VOiA D AV, T5th, or Sale by Tender.
And TUESD.YI, 6th June, 1882.
The Performance each evening will consist T L Wi.W A G
of Fredeic. Ila)'s original Farce, entitled
And Wybert HReeve's Three-Act Drama, Belonging to the Estate of ,-AMUEL A.
entitled HARVEY, Esq., deceased,
The DJead Wll tness 'Salt Kettle with the PARCEL OF
LAND ther,-to pertaining. The land is bound-
Sergt.-Bugler W. F. CHEESMAN will ed on the nrofi/ Rby the Harbour. and on the
sine" at.eac'herform ce .,th by the new RBoad running fromSalt
sing at each performance. Kettle towards Hamilton, and is intersected
Prices 2 1/- and 6d. near the North boundary by the Old Salt Kot-
.___ te road. The Dwelling House is near the
Prospect, MTay 29, l82.-oncel 2.-A DWELLING HOUSE at the
West end of Paget Parish, near th.eMain Road.
The Subscriberll' with the Parcel of Laud on which it stands,
extending from the Main Ro:id to a cross wall
Being about to Ulose his Business separating it from the Parcel of Land next
o count f ill .heieinafter described; bounded on the Nrtd!
on account of ill ,,-hlh, request p:,m'ti.. t by the Main Road; on the. S, whom he maybe INDHTI' l) to forward next hereinafter described: on the EZ.t by
their Accounts for settlement ,wt later fthai land of the heirs or devi:ees ol John Frith,
30th Ju,, and IPersons Indebted to bim are and on the [i'at by the Cross Road separating
notified that all Accounts must be settled or Paget Parish from Warwick Parish, with the
sat islittorily arranged by the above date. AIpurtenances.
W. J. FRITH. J 3.-A Iarcel of Lail.d immedi-
Warwick, May 29, 1-,3.-2 ately South of the last mentioned Parcel and
I bounded on the Soath by laud of nusau M--
SEET Dermott, and on tihe Eat and ir'st as the last
IfIlA ~ -lLU mentioned Parcel, with the Appurtenances.
Lots Nos. 2 and :3 (which together contain
BIB ,.r W R.R= I N T a by estimation 7 a., 2 r.. 1 9p., may beTendvi-r-.,
U I V -= -+ -- +'a for either together or separately.
AT SEALED TENDER t.:'r the above Pro-
J C. ItEE YEW'E. lprties will be received by the Untdersigned up
to noon of
Hamiltn, Ma3 21, 1882.-once Thursday, the 1st day of
ei R June next.,
CheapR) -eading. And he does not bind him.s-lf to accept the
i highest or any Tender.
SERIES" One half of the purchase money may remain
Received from London and on Sale at "Royal Ga- I on Mortgage for 12 months at 6 per cent in-,
zette" Stationery Store. terest.
Hamilton, May 30, 1889, [ Hamiltou, 20th May, 1882.

Reward of 30.

THE Sa um of 30 will be paid for such
infonrmalion as will lead to the convietioin
of the per-son( 'I, whv onil te r110ight uf
thli 2'th in-,tat, ldetlru .d j- ',eaend Stone to one
of the graves, and .sever;il ji the Ornatment il
Trees in St John's Chuirch Yard, Pem'noke
P'ari h.
Church Walden.
Hamilton, 2,-i., May, 1.'62.--6 ins.

Ten Pounds Reward
ILL be paid to any porsmn or persons giv-
ing such finf.irnation as will lead to the
appreheuiioi and conviction of the cowardly
and d.stairdly mwretches who, during the iight
ofSuniiday, .ay 2.8th, wintonly
Desecrated the Grave of my Son
in Pemibrnoke _'hurchyadr, by destroying the
Mar-le HeAdstore, breaking the Marble 1 ross
and -'ijdes in nialny pieces, aind other such acts
of un-chritiani barbarityv.
Ilautiltlo, May 29, I.S82.-onice


I ha instructed by the Executors
of the late F. PAINTIN,
At Public Au ction,
7th June at 12 noon.
A LL that PARCEL OF LAND in Warwick
Parish eotaining by estimation SEVEN
ACRES be the same more or less : bounded on the
Y.r/it by the sea, on the South by Land lately held
with theab,,ve parcel but now in the possession of
Mary Ann f'reco, ou the East by land in the occupa-
tion of Thomas Tucker formerly known as Pitmau's
and Parker's, and on the II'est partly by a public
cross road, and partly by Land of Alexander John
Frith, together with the large
SDllig Rijo ehg 68ase
And Outbuildings thereon erected.
The property was lately occupied by Mr. J. F.
Williams, and is most ctiveni-utlv situated, and
from the fact that a greater portion (of the Western
boundary is a Public cross road which runs into the
North Shore Road it is most e.iy of access
The upper or S,.uthern purtiun of the land would
make most valuable building Lots of an acre or half
an acre each.
Futher information may be obtained from REGIN-
ALD GRAY, Esqr., Hamilton.
The conditions of Sale will be made known at the
Hamilton, 3uth May, 1852.-2-' 3pg.

For- Rent,
A Valualik] Tract, of FARMING
Situated in Southamptou Parish, and known as
It comprises a
+, Dwelling House,
And about 30 acres good LAND. Suitable repairs
will be pat on the Buildings tf.r au approved Tenant
SEA WEED is often gathered in c.-isiderable
qualtiities on tie shores of this property, aud the
Land has hitherto been very productive.

For renting the above for a period of 1, 2 or 3 years
will bie received at my office until 12 o'clock, noon
J4th .luue.
The Undersimned d,.. not bind himself to a'evpt
the highest or any Tender.
30thh May, 10,2.-3 3rd p.

For Sale,

A H'Fan(1solne Chestnut

Sobuid .,n1l gentle il lilgle ur double I.rr.iess
and stylish ni.rli r saddle.
Inquire at Gazett- 'flic-.
If not previ.ani-ly sui will l- o-nreld a11 Auc-
lion on '1 hur-.da,, 1st or une, lIy ,lesir-, i.
\. a\'lker & C....
l:s)' 29tli, lt=+ .

For Barbados,
To Return direct.

* I* ,1

New York Mail Steamer. Notice to Public Credit-


SFtmnboro? h,
\Vill lease lhe l'oit of ta iltuiIn t .1 p. mi.,
On Thursday, 1st June,
For New York.
Freight, will be received until 6 p.m., on Wed-
nesdy, 31, 31 unlew, previously filleil.
Bills of Lading will be signed until 10 a. m.,
1st June.
P' parcels and Specie ou Freight will be received
until 6 p.m., Wedne-day, 31st May.
Passenger Stage will be removed at 3-30p.m.,
1st June.
The Flanborough'' will not re-



Hamilton, 301h May, 1882.-1
Clora ist copy.

Fruit! Flowers Music!"
Tt HE Fairies regarding the Young Mens Chris.
J/ tian Association as a useful and beneficial
Institution to the young men and others of the
Town of St. Georges, have determined to hold, for
the benefit of their Reading Room, a,
On Jlonday Evening the 5th June,
At which Strawberries, Iee Creams, Strawberry
Short Cake, and other delectable Refreshments will
abound. The Palace will be brilliantly illuminated
and decorated and the Public are respectfully in-
vited to call and judge for themselves of the fore-
Entrance Fee 6d. Children 3d.
DOORS Open at 7 o'clock p. m.
St. George's, 29th May, 18,'2.

Pic-Nie & Concert.

The Juvenile Templars of Tuck-
ers Town
Will (D. V.) celebrate their

T U D A Y,
18th June, 1882.
The ALEXANDRINA BAND will be in at-
tendance, and at 10 a. i. the Juveniles will
march in procession to the I'i.'- ic. ground.
In the ,ftrrnoonat half-past two,a R EFR E11S.
MENT TENT %will be opened, where lee
Creams and other Hefre'shments may be ob-
tainid by the Public at moderate prices.
In the Eveniug- there will be a
Doors open at 7. Commence at 7'30, sharp.
Temperance Bells ... ... ...Chorus.
Happy Song ... ... ... ...Trio and Chorus.
Shout Hallelujah ... ... ...Duett and Chorus.
No P ort........ Solo, Quartette and
No Passport ... ... .. Chorus.
' Geography Song. .. ...Solo.
At the Palace Gate ..........Chorus.
Poor Wanderer ... ..... Dett and Cborus.
Our Glad Jubilee .. ........Duett and Cborus.
Better further on .........Solo.
Blessed are theytheat mourn.. Quartette & Chorus.
A Hoe aund Crown for me ...Full Churus.
On the fast. ebbing Tide
Beautiful Heaven my Home ...Chorus.
There will be Recitations and Dialogues inter-
spersed with the Singing.
ADMISSION 1/- Children half-priae.
The Proceeds willibe for the Building of a School
for Tuckers' Town, where there are 90 children and
no School. The Juveniles humbly beg the presence
and aid of all friends.
C.,.,d .,!,r, JONATHAN SMITH,
G neral ,Sirr,iterh n, REBECCA MUSSON.
Tuckers Town, May 30th, 1882.-twice

Just Received,
From London, via J.ew York,
8ET I'S Superior Silver-mounted Carriage HAR.
Brass $
Silver Double "
Pelham and Weymouth BRIDLES & BITS
Carriage and HAMES
Double Ring Snaffle BITS
Pelham and Weymouth BITS
Extra Brown Leather Cart HARNESSES
Cheap for Caah.
Reid Street, Hamilton, 3 3 d
May 29, 1882.


.. -" -)t The fast sailing Barque
\V.<-. ilur.-I-muL, Il:amer, Sir Geo.F.Seymiour
I'ill Sail for above Port, Sirwo. s
On SATURDAY t Tneny J. Watlington, Master,
d. T u, Next Will sail as above on or about the
3rJ Juiie, n,.

Takir g Freighl, out or bick, at customary
Enga;c-ii-eni List >'pi i :l il: (iT a e ul the UnI -
A few I : s sn '-rs c.ii he :srouniodli[]-d.

. genlt.

I lamilton, May 29th, 16.82.-1

2tum prox.
For Freight only, please make early appli-
cation to the Mlaster on board, or to
Hatilton, 30th May, 1882 -3 ins.
"Colonist" please copy and send Bill.
J. H. T. & S.

*29th May, 1882.
ALL Persons having" DEMANDS
against the Public Treasury are hereby re-
quired to render their ACCOUNTS to the Clerk of
Her Majesty's Council,
On or before the Sth day, of June

*3 3p

Made up to the 31st day of May instant,
By His Honor's Command,
Acting Colonial Secretary.

Colonist please copy onee.
Bermuda, 25th May. 1882.
ships, bound to Hamilton, arriving in
these Islands with passengers, are requested to
wait off Her Majesty's Naval Yard, before
proceeding to Hamilton, until visited by an
Officer or Non-Commissioned Officer from the
Naval Yard.
MASTERS of all other Vessels arriving at
Bermuda with passengers are requested not to
permit any passenger to land in these Islands
before handing a full list of their passengers to
the Revenue Officer on duty.
By Order of His Honor the Administra-
tor oi the Governinent and Com-
3 Acting Colonial Seeresary.
Receiver Geneeal's Oice,
May 29th, 1882.
NJOTICE is hereby given that, at the request
--' of Mr. Falconbridge Plante, who is about
to leave Bermuda, the privileges of a Ronded
Warehouse granted iu his name to the upper
portion of the Stores on Front Street known
us Number 4, and now occupied by him, have
been withdrawn and the certificate cancelled ;
and a certificate granted restoring the privileges
of a Bonded Warehouse to the said portion of
the above described Store on the application
arid in the name of Mr. Thomas Paget.
1 Reeiver General.


ITENDERS will be received by
tI the RECEIVER GENERAL, at his Office,
the Sixth day of July Next,
at Noon, from persons desirous of Contract-
ing to
for the use of the Health Officer at St. Geor-
ges for three years, to commence on the First
of August next.
Forms of Tender may be seen on application
at the Receiver general'ss Office. Hamilton.
Receiver Greral.
Receiver General's Office, ?
Hamilton, 15th May, 1882. $
May 16 and 30, June 13 and 27-3rd page.

Commissariat Office,
HAMILTON, 29th May, 188&9
Dingy WZ noted.
Tenders for Building a DINGY
will be received at this Office, till 12 uoon
5th JUNE, 1882.
Forms of Tender and all necessary information
can be obtained at this Office between JO a.m.
and 2 p.m daily.
the right of rejecting any or all of the Tenders.
A.C G,
Senior Commisuariat Offiser.


Just Received ex Orinoco," a
Choice Assortment of
Ostrich Feathers,
Black and White.
Devonshire, May 29th, 1882.-once

Stove Coal.

Stove Coal.
The Hamilton Coal Association
Offer for Sale (Cheap)
Cargo of 310 Tons Stove Coal, ex
Schr. Winnie Lawry," due hero in all
this week.
Hamilton, iermudae, 33
May 29, 1882. 3 3p.
POST OFFICE ST. GEORGE'S 29th May, 1882.
Andrew Burchell, Brig "D A Small," Faustino
Ferreira, Barque Gay Head," John R Jackson,
A S Roes. Barque Sarah," Schooner William



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A4 Uue, .thein;a-
SHenr t Disea,,
Biliotusness, .2'civouts Debility, etc.
The Best RtIvMEDY KNOWN to lan!
0000,000 Bottles
Th7s Syrup possesses Varied .Properties.
It Stimulates the PITsmne In the Saliva,
whleh conhvets the tra,1rch Iui Sugnr orf he
food nluto glueo-e .A d canue Winl W in d a o.aiinu d" tlhe food In the
mtomneh. If the I taken immedi.
itely stifter ean isng til ill'eiatloal of food
is I'reveuted.
ii upn upon the Llier.
It upon the Kidrn.e.
it tegultatei the Biovi-els.
it ul-Irliets tho Blood.
RI nlets the Nervous Systemi.
I Proot e Ili D0gelIon.
it No.nriahe., trenrgtlhent and Invir'orates.
S t carrlet ofithe Old Blood aitni inkes neir.
It openrq the poiei of the skidi and ludnees
sleaicthy Perspiration.
It neutralizes thi horn dia.,i tiaint. r.r r.;,;,n i1 tht
blood, which n.nerait.S- irolula., and all
irnasr of skin di .eal edand init rnai liLl iuil.
S Th orerari. noospiritneml.ioy.dn I al I-nsnjfac ttr.'.a n-.
S it can be taken by thoi ,.i dl]C:it,- ii .11 t.r r l [id
Sag d and tieeble, i wa, tnri i.r.:/ .'rt in >ii'i(jii., '*

DEAR SIt,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
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been afflicted with catarrh for a long lime, could
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD
SYRUP. I was about to give it up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
.was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
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stomach, caused by the dropping of the catarrh
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
eeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
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Respectfully yours,
No. 319 West 10th sl., New York City
SIR,-I give my testimony with pleasure to the
beneficial results ofyour BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
matism in mny right knee, imint swollen twice the
size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
size made a perfect cure. I will also say myvdiges-
tion has improved so that I can eat anything within
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City
DEAR SIR,-Your juitly celfhral,-d INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick
Headache arid Dyspepsia, of 10 years' slandint,.
It also cured my child of S.carlet Fever, and my
wife of Female complaints.
Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th at., (of Dahlf
man Broilthers, dealers in horse stuck), cured o
Dyspepsia and Indigestion of many years' ttandin .
Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, alter having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect.
; S,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
me entirely of the distress in iny head, and relieved
every difficult) of my bowel. I must say that it
is the best .medicine that any person, can take for
sick headache.
++.:. .' .... : -ALICE REED.

RUP for byspepsia (iroin which I suffered lor five
years,) wilh thie happiest results.
A few doses placed may stomach in a conilition to
digest lood-thereby relieving me of those dikrre-s-
S-ing pains experienced by dyspei-tics afier citing-
and al hough it at first caused oceisional dizziness
it qu4uklfy dasappear,'d on my ronltir, ing its use
My'digestion is now almost perfect, and I teel great.
ly benefited.
S Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City.

C. Johnson, M.D.

NEw YorE, Feb., 3 1880.

DEAR lSi,-I taka i p-asuiro in reconme.i-ding
your INDINN BIOl.fLt .:YIRUP as an invaluable
- re-medy for Dytpepiu. lMy wife has h-een a suhflrs
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acue naiaur, for ouie 5 y-' During sueth attacks
death would alinot l.e relief to her. Shi was
prescribed for by sever doctors without effect.
Nothing gave he, relkvif ni..l she obtained a hoitle
of yi-ur iN1 l.tN ULi.' 0 SYRUP. Its edficis
were wuilerlul arn.I now entirely cued. It
is a medicMnt that n uisholid should be wiiiout.
No 261 West Houseten-Si., Ciiy.
BERMUDA, June 29ih, !880.
DEAR SIR,-This is to certify that I have found
nore good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dysprpdia
anld Indigestion. I would advise all thai suffer from

Sole Agent for [Eriauda, *
Water Street, St. Georges.

Lime! Lime!! Lime !! ,V ted.

tIME burnt with Cedatv Wood! n tl I me a
S anl Conl, can be pirchae-i at lei'n I rant ed1 1a 1,
in Ihis To'e from on buiihel A 25 at 9d. ; i FIRST CLASS
',.r all orders over :5, speihl,. Ilts cil I ., ,O A I i .3 .
be' rad e.
(I)n lpplicationi at tv.yal Gaze.te" Office. pply .)
!!naiolto, 1May !51i, I,--. 0. L. DICKINSON

(Cr Arrangr-ements for delivery to a'y part
of [lie Isliani can also be made.

For Sale,

Built by J. M. llel'olvf, .llilifix, N.S., One
New, One :ec.nd Handi.
Price Moderai'. Terms nccomIi,:odativ I.
A oeni f!.)r J. 1 N DeWil'e.
St. (Georges. February 24, i .12.

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton, a eomfortal.'e and

7Dw vellingI Hose
At presruet oc-uiliel by I. Plant, E.-qr.
It Las luany coivenienlc.'s, airy lOi0tinS, out-
hou ;:es, stables, Rc.
Possesrsion given 1stk AuIusL sxt.,
Apply to
42 Front Street,
May 1st, 18'2,

Bermuda Veterinary In-

cilence, !f m iltoIia .
E. II ['I) UM I tC D.V.S., Resihnc, ihm--
iP n i' tPali .

Will visit St. Geur-,'s Pi ofesioinally on rue,-
days-Of')ce at G. -purling, Elsqr's.
Will vi'it on Fridays.
Reid il., liamnilton,J.anuary 2, 1\52.

G;obt. Go. Lee & Co.,

?aud I.NSUiiA.'Ct BROKE ,ERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
iper.i,,na aite...-i n iveni to Consii, .:-n!i ,'
Bermurda .' 0 'LB't and the rillin. o" iJ -r-
mudian orders.
-April .,0, 188-

Potatoes I


Superior Table

The uvh'igie-d has always on
hand a full -*.p)ly r.' 'A nBLE POTATOE :,
Sin quality superior to any in market, and at
prieCs to delay COi)i,-t'tilion.
8;'V.r'!.\L i E? C to Arm'y and Navy
CANTE,.,: .. d ElE; .
S+. -- 14-2 Front ..'-i.. i.
i ,, t...i, Ort..-. ,3, 1881.

SA House and Lot,
lIn the Town Oj Hamilton,
1 For Particulars please apply to
Hlamilton, Novr. :29, 1881.

J A Young Black

Free in harness. gentle and quiet. Sold for no
r'nilt, owner having no further use for him.
Apply, o
Soulth mpton, *22.lnd uia I -2.--:3 pd
S'7 ~ H i '' i,' Y

SIz *IE'L'.' TOILET VINELG G\i, a pliea.nt
4'B. tonie arnd re,.t lnhiu_ adjunct ito tl Tubi andii
.lialth, a reviving .ce ntl ai .pow-rIll diasi.luct t.t
For warmi cliaiiletis it invalu-ble
RI NI' EI.'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
grant I'erlioni .
I'll ,.EL'E LI';FK .1 VICE aridl 6LY 'El .IN,.
gjv#\% i i. lai. ii1 beaiu iiili lo-s and imnp is ;an
i-" 14 -lie I li I .el, lo lllh- I- fl.
a ;1 >i '.'_ .1..'.- inUi -: \ i1 I'tn L 'i: lt l". ';l-
%.1t' TIL\ A, itO \VN W I',-.%,pV HO' 1FY,
ALilONL, LEI'lUCF., CO\L-l':, a, in t
i'o i f.ips a11t i h r or cakeQ.
R ;I.',,.L'S VELNE iNi:, \'lOLL.', 'E.
iO.'.i.-LEAF and other TOILET POtV j
bi hfixe _, I) ,rel.i a ll p'jukels.
k l'.i EL'.' .QULADAEN iNE, cleai ,i. hn
and preserves the leeth, relreslie. ihe mouth, and
em eel.e tllhe ireal. th. :
t.ural Air purifier,a Iragrant Powder which dJlii.f i
the healthli and refreshing emanaiions o ul" ih. -. li.:;
and ForetIs.
E. RI Ali I.L, Perfumer by appoilnfimenl to t R
H. Princess o1' Wales, 96, Strand, LonJon, aw! 17
Boulevard des Italinihi, Paris.
M.d 29, 1877,

lPanlilollr, Ap~ril I I3, S4


Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled. in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these difi:.ul-
ties has been our study. Thuirber's 1,aCk-
age co:ifees a.: s,.leted by au expert who
understand] the ait of blenlinig vario,:us
flavors. Thb-y are roasted in the' most
perfect umauniir (it iB i ml .os.ilble to roast
well in siill quantitie.-.), then plut in
tpound1 ] packaZ, -s (',' l '. 1, rt 1... t. )
Sbea;i:ing our .-igttur as a gutitante:,- of
I s miniiene-.'. ani ea.-.i ack;Ia. gecontainsthe
Thurberre,:il.e fi.:r m1ak-in- good Ceff. W.
1..-k t wo kinds, .Thuibt-r's ** -'No. 3-4," sttong
and pungent: Thurber' s N. 41," iild
and rich. (-One or thl- other will suit ev'-ry
taste. They have the three great. points.
I, ,'. '" --I .,l/' i,:,nlsh 'rrr in., f pil, 11,,3,..:, "" J..,. 34t"
or 1... 41." Do nii-t l:,e put. iff with any
other kind--your own palt-te will tell yon
what is best.
Where persons dei-ire it, we also. furnish
the '" I.1./" Coffee-pot, the simplest. best
and cheapest coffee-pot. in existence.
Grocers who se..ll our Coffee keep them.
Ask for deiseliptive circular.
Respectfully, &e.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesaie Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food pro-
ducts in the world, we consider it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and. pack them in a tidy
anid s.iisfactory iv iannir. All goods
bearing our name are guarantee:.1 to be
of superior quality, pure and icoles,.,ii,
and dealers at atutborised to refund the
purchase price in any case where custom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to t1, interest of both dealers
and consumers to use Tio'l, .r,' brands.

T E Emporium is noted for Cheap Cloth.


U:.ited Stllates lail Steamers.


ALASKA Ttiueslay, Mirelih 2!, at ('30 a.m.
NEVADA -" 28, at 1'00 p.m.
ARIZONA April 4, at 5.00 p.m.
ABYSSINIA 11 1, at 1130 a.m.
WISC'_ONSIN 18, at 5 00 pm.
ALASKA 25, at 11'30 a.m.
WYOMING 2,y 2, at 4-00 p.m.
ARIZONA 9, at 10-00 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Tr:ile, avie \ve w' .i-ri- .i l.tvk..ikhe..s, and
carry experie.i.c- ic.-- ,_-i e,:,ns na.-i Stew -
ardesses. Ti. l -.i ".n i it Aioi i.' "e un-
surpassed b .1 .I.' .- te: ii. ;'. the
4Sta -e [Ccotli.' ai ,d ai3i *ie,1t, tl :evi..'.e. iinto the
Saloon thus -..tin ht .reat comfort in
ocean travel, I f:" .i ,'I,. ';,,, .1 t it, hi.
moking iLoomn, iatti Roonm aid no on
each Steait.:-r.
The U. S. Mail tFiLIer OrinicO' from
Bermuda,Tluridays, E'nerailvarri'es-at. New
York oan iondauvs, and '._a-engers' bagarae ca'i
betra.ini'err.ld d'ireci t.- the Liverpool tftnuer
sailiu,: next day.
29 Blro.Iw .y, t., York.
New York, March 9, 1882.

GO to the EimporiuLm for Boys' Clothing.

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C'f iriuk. i- :t.ul thu. ad ertis inu t in
another eohuma headed Go., LI u e.

.p....a ... ,, B g. u p .

A Bat dl. a. ,a b on,
EG to offer their iu-eere thanks to the In-
habitants of Bernmuda and others, for their
liberal Patronage dutinug the past part of their
Photographic practice, and having recently
made addition to their stock of
by the first Opticians in London, (DA.LL-
MEYOR andl ROSS,) are Iprepared to offer to
the Public a better class of work than has
hitherto b-),,en done in Bermuda.
Mic-h time and study is given to the Chemi-
cal ts, ,se.and lighting l ,- f o r l'.,,:trait-i,
con ,-iU:it.i:intly .,r il-iiu. .in tin:l at titic etft-i.Ats.-
Ships, Buil>iUnr. Yachts, Outloor Groups,
&x.. &.-.

Photo..-raplihs, Cartes do Vi-it,. (Cabinet and
larg'-r sizes t- k.en ,t .hort.:-t noti-e ; tl..:> en-
larg-.I to life size in INDIA INK, OIL i'O-
Fir.-t Artits in New York City employed: for
the above enlarged work.
Clubs of five or more taken at reduced, prices.
P.S.-Ple-ase noli,:e that .T. F. DARRELL
Phi:ito-i l,'s, indiist ial Exhibition of I''72 and
twenty yeais practice, together with the ex-
perienle ioif Lhi, S'lon, whlo h.:t. ju-t retuni 1.l
fr .in Auimeica, anl who has operated- in some
of the First Galleries there, ealhle- thein to pro-
beg further to st1te that our price-sarve kept at
reasonable rates ; there may be work done for
less, but we ask that quality be given the pre.
- 61 Front. Street, ILmnilton, Feby. 7th, 1882

O to the Empori u for j.Men's Clothing.

._ I-"T7'. w... 1 ,

1.i3 F.V .-
is confidently recommended to the Public as
an unfailing remedy for wounds of every des-
cription; a certain remedy for ulcerated le._-
burns, soalds, bruises, chilblaius, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on thle 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., lls.,
and 22s, each; and his
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.
0oldl in Boxes at 13Hd., 2s 9d., 4s. '3d,, 11s,]
and 22s. each.
PrepIred only by BEACH & BARNICOTT,
Bridport, Do iet, EnglaId, and sold by all
Medicine Vendors.


Dr, Bryan's Electric Belts.

aAl. fit a \


Chbronic Nervous Diteases, Nervous Debility, Phy.
si-al Prostration, Brain Troubles, Paralysis I
Spinal Crmniplaints, Lung Disorders, Impotency,
Liver ComUplainlt, Dysp(-psal, Rheumatinma,
Hinrlacbets, Female COm'-plnaiits, Premature De-
cay, etc

Pr eclon lt,'aiunst FiRttEI
AT THE'- )!'lO.-' UlO'itATE AIt.'ES
Can be obtained frorn the
of London,
*.~ne oftlle lI:,ng-rst Established and \Vealthiest
Omfees in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
lIiit ils, ..a having is efleeted to the liniured
if the Saump Dul.y, a very considerable item.
MlISk:-taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
Pll')P'ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 moullns.
No FFES and no CHARGE for Policies.

Ha-milion, September 9th, 1856.


Liverpool, Queensiiowin, Lonidomi,
and Nevw York.
Th-e STEAMSHIPS of this line colmprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers (bl,.ginug
to one Company' in the Atlantic service. 1-av-
ing the port of New' York. They are Inilt ex-
tirely ot iron and steel, except the meiirely de.
corative parts, are divi-le>l into water-ti.Iht
anl:! fi'e l:r''oof c<,':,mpartments, and1 provided
with everything ceal:ulate-l to add to their
safety, and to the c,:-iufort and : convenience of
pa-.sengers. Th, -iloonl anil staterooms (all
on the martin dec-k) rwre unusually large, light,
and aity. Ti.,e table and general appoint-
tments comn.,are favourably with the best hotels
in England.
Onie of these steamers will sail from New
Yoik every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency:-To Queenstown and Liverpool,
S.AJ too $70. To London direct!(Victoria Docks)
S50 to S60 ; excursion tickets $100, currency ;
Sterage passage 5i26, currency. For further
particulars apply to the .Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, N-w York.
New York, January 27, 1882.

Cricket Bats,

at the "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
(Some BA TS _half price)
H.nnilton, March .-e, 18S2,

School Books.
A full supply of the above as
-- used iu the public schools.
Just received at the Royal Gazette" Stati-
onery Depositary.

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e-HIS worEii>r-ful discovery in the appliiition of
Ii Electi,'ity enables the suffe'r-?r to give sciens |
tifle attention to his own case in accordance with C
Nature's laws. The belt acil by a'i of the heat
and ioistureof the body ndu evolve continuous i
currents that infuse the system with the vitalizing
elem-nt until the di-eawe is orfrconme, and a re- -
cuper active process e-tablish--d. -
The Electro-Magnetic Current,as evolved by Dr. I
Br.yan'- apli-i.,ces,strengprnis tihe nervous sy-teui,
give force to the brAi and i digFestive lunctiL, re- .
store loat or impaired pow'>er of body or mind,
whether nrisiu ngfrom acts of imrirudenee, 6ickniess e .
orold ngv. ..
Illiutiated Pampblets,giving al: particulars, sent 31 4 5
on application. Orders received Ibtough any re-- 5,
sp'ouihblel Commission hb..u-., and in ordering send ~ Fri 1 58
measure round the waist and state the naturTe of the 1 5
complaint, and a suitable appliaico will be sent lo at 4 53
ordr.4 4 58ddr
order. .Address: Y I M 0

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At Royal tte" E tationerK. Every Tuesday by DoNAL, M'VHurr L.EE,
AtI Eoyad Gazette .-tationery Store. Printer to the Q(ueen'. ,ost i-;xcellent
K!IT'Jih ..JOHNQON'S ATLA.-, :"je..y,
For Pulbli, e- hols. North-west Cornerof Reid and Burnaby reels,
.-1 L.SO, HIamilton,
PEG TOPS. Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., -il! be
printed at the shortest notice..-Agents
Hamilton, April 25, I.'2.__ St. Georges for the Roijal Ga:ette, t ssrs.
TfHE Empoliiia'.-, Eartuada ma-le Pants ate GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End, 1 acer
now selling -t 17/ per pair. Street.

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I Trijity 8uml(ty

Supplement the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, May 30, 188
- .dM- 10 -

The People'i StcIii NCavi01gi1iio C'o
paty. .
HAMILTON, 2:3rd May, 182.
Iii :;, .:C rd',ue' vit]h Pa1.1i,. NC ti.:C-, i 1a,-- mueeti
w i'- he-..l n the M .:.C Cnl,C' H .ll. H .' ...1 t,
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C. 'ir[ i l.iC:' il.t in ,-, Ct .,k t':. thI C ,.
Mr. A'. A. 3M'.-i r.,-I thnt Far e r.' '
C .'C,,rl r:. FI i.,: iI,', ;i ,l t.., t C k th .- ( -"'!: i .
Prou.-e I y Mr. MT,-,t ,,,l ,..,.u,-l il. Mr.y.
W In e.-t .I. th..t M r..T. M ()...,.1,t 3.1 I le p ht
Seci.:tetir\-whi. It v,,, -red t,.
MeR. t('o rEnr: th-U tW..,.: thi.- liit .iu,1 ha i
na1d.r-'--ed the mine, tin r.-l tive tI. tihe 1i .ine- pI
po U.1, MOrd:-r-d tt ti- St- :i-taiy r. C1 th, f...ll...wi
P ..i..: i. t .-
F.For PCi ,C e:tuts -C.:.- HI C .1C pai e of this I" Gazett-'"
M ov.:.I i.v M r. M .I ter i ,l .n ,:.i ,:C .,l- 1," Mi' r.
A CoI,, thilt .i.-h + :lo-e the Pr.',l.,I:.tli
(r'C-o ,h ,l e ,i.,ir.itIt':ly--'whiiC.h imtiin wt awr,:.
t.., i ti uinioiu-ly.
T!h 1-t Clin-,:. Qi th.- Pr,'p,.,:tuii re:tl by thl- Se
eret: ry.
nu Mr. Ml:st.r, ."-ki.r- thl drft :,uld *e,:.l of tl
)iro-, ,.C-'l C.tej,-ii, Mr. W'hitnei' hlaunle-l to t]
h h-'i aniri .1 tlIe f,'ll..owiu,-2 1-t7-t lwhi:h w',-|1 re.,Il :
Sl.lhhurl, N,.w, i-il,- .:-u Tyue, April PI, 1'i,
es-i -. R.ob-rt G. L-e a& C:o.
DEARn SiRS?,--.i lyiu furitihr to your 't ttr-i'
the- 13t0 ium t.; w .- ,.,w I:..-1' t- li ,ud triciun .f .,-. n
pil-fte- -,n,-r.l ., .em.~uin -t ilm i .ef IT n ';S-.r.
Steamr' r w- li:CIh w, think telul.dii.-i iall r'.-.,ir-.-m.u
expr>.Cedd in tihe olittlini.- -i 'i0i':. tin you .cut 1u.
Diiteu-iou-. &I... ae :. f,.. .,wI :
L-iea-th. 2* ,i ft. I it) it. b.:-,', x 21 ft. de-Ipt
iloulledt lW' ,
S N,'muin il 'p., lI,n
.3p,.,-.1 1 lk ,,t ,
Sud luit priC eitr n, i \'- ,e l ,,tii .in,.t,. iustrt. :t ,:
in WI. t in iii-, r .ill tll".i..iCC 'l.-,itt w itih :u -il i, Ui
e't d .-i.'u l .-y ,k, r- ,4 ..f ',..,.1 r,|.,it v, .:.i, l.l I..-- is;'
t ,.,u l.'ai .1 pulled I t'.i,l,, i, li i.U 11 t tit_ ,.t 'y1L1, hI
W e quoitv pr-,1- i t piti 4 r,:,r-, -,l .. r.,='iii
deli-very would e ,,: vt: r to I,.,:t y,",.r fri, lj
Should our o:ti,:r Ie? fa-or,:ly ,:.ut,:rt lidu.l v
.hilall ilum liate!y u-li'imiit tf ll Ip-' ifi' Itit.o f.i r :1,''
l'it..val anii -1.1 c! -i th.- .~id r ,iu r .I:u- t ..itt- uttiou.
We ar':- dear ;ir-4, yours truly,
Sig'.. If H. ANT)REW LESLIE & Co
MS. MA.sTEHr ,il,\ el tICC f,,[OllowhI." ;l th ia.u,. a d
nmit to id1 (l.n-e. "That the1O Titl- be **Tihe BC-:r
iUii,' 'tl :.AlnChhi1 t.'.iiip iiy"," a-dlL th t ith -P...
man. l dr-nauhi t ,Ot ;at.:r 1.- l- ni.:-utiCn:'al."
Thel Cu.urMaN put the que.-tiu ':Cn MBr.'
aaii-u.iienut, and it v.-i- .i.--:d.l t.
The I-t .(.'lad 1 .- ':f tle l .r:p -:.Ctiis, ,as .iii.i.l.:d,
wI- ttwiu la-.:' l.
2nd CI tunei r-ad andl .. .iiiiauii.jiil-y.
3rd. (2'I :. 1a: read I 1 I- tlh1- L'h liri V1 .
hIR. M A'i Er.l5 llO:\1 i -' that thil tiluni-,Jll iu C \tit, 1
th,- li1t 1.e iopen 1.:- t,:u day-."
MA. BELL W:.C'- I .ul.1 m .,..,udclt,1 by Ve',v
Sthiat tihe tiu ,. 1. d'iy- s. "
The p.' l,,t li- ,ii,-ti ,,u ,.u M r. B& l',
m ei ndun-ut--w i,.,/ \\.,- f]-"',r:,:d t,..
The l3rd1 (C'.lau-et a uTl.:, was tlhU I,--,-d
-Ith lt .i ,i ret.- l ., t lih Ch.i 't-m'u.
M n. M .liTer. i 1 C.ip'o. l th, 1., 'm 1une ,l-t
edl- the to,,l.,niu._.', "*W h,-.u tl i ry th.,us ,l p,.,uu.i i-
at, .]i..-:.ibi,.l, td. ,eit .,u t,.,' i..: ,.-! .Iau.
a Weti 0 1 o t ,, I *. I, I-, t l.:. 1 :,_L I i .:,.,, u
ot i 'teei ito re... : ..uI i..e i i h i',l U.- l ix
ar I -. H. : thi n ,.. t. -. : e .l...... a I't .- :\ .- t
a'.l i, i.. l'_,:..:l.' l L r,,l tl,.- n -b, u.i ,. i, r, ,..-
-tis r v ith t.,'i 'i,,.. t. _-- -it ll ,..., .titlu i:- .t A .:.Q -
lm! t t,., l t ,- t .,ii .ti ..u ...[' l.,h -iLi.,:r .
.1-. Billr mi,\.:d o;Il .b...,n by Mr. VA -.y,
the L I ,. 1 ..f -I EI t':'-r'.- I :. ,...
Tli-e j, i.te .:,'i i..tiu. put i.y ti,- ('h1 ,ii-r! M r.
Bell',: i 'Lti. u wa ,'-'.idtiv-. d. Ay_.- 2-7. 1N v-y. 4..l.
* M r.. ?C [CrC aS ,i,:.ti .. ,i .eiu -. a' --dL to,_l tiL e Ith
et iaii e n -. u.hed n a.14 1",,eI .
5thi l.,,,-, v. :s d,:..l a 1,, -) ,-1 d 11:1u.inuim ,o -,lv.
i.tih 'iu..- V.1W., C eal an tu ae-d nli..uiiLau-.ily.
tit 1 tC'l'i- re'ad Iby the Ch ti ina.1u.
MsA. B.ILL itiOved to in-ert the w'.rdC. to unt loss-
thin ninu.-" a tter the w.,td ** rduc:el."
Mr.. 1MasEF-.-- Unt.-.1 to ,-trike ,:,l the w.ord.h
IC uini-,r of Dire:- tr, firoii year t':' y-ar' in i' I'e r' -
daii. I.
The th .lau,' tlh,-n ai.-reed to s a au,:-uded.
bth el.ine tead by the (_ hli.'iman and n.agreed to.
9th clau-' by th- 'Chairnuoau.
3I. VEiEY lit,:Vl tile a-iomrLit I.e t4l), ,11111 ; uot
Thie i.xliuie was thleu a'gi:dr to.
Mr. T. J. (OrTETE.riia moved I" that a tiUt be
now openi-.l tfr the purp.:sc i:of taken theo uwism.:a of
S.:<:,i1-..ll I1, Mr. Mat1tirs aund a reed to.
Houn. S. Iu'h iLniiio-ild thei- f.,llIwi -**," That ill r-t1. ri ,'- t'. thi- CC,. h:lne for the Il.U'.:I, t:-
of a first I ,,s it.-a. r, t,:, 1.- I;, ne, iu BW -rui ,.l:.d 1 .
r,-f .rri d t,., .,hi ii itii ,,, t.. .C:- '.:.C ,eC :..C l ,:,t L..,t 1':
th.t -ix p1.:"-,., ,tv,., ot \\Jtfw h o h ,.tt l 1'= ,:.:u\.. iiat
ith thi- worln'ki' ,f St,-aii-hip-i in ev\ry p ;ti, i-
lar'si th i-. L.'..,n. ii-tt., -h ...u lM 1... ,; .-, up,..ol t.,, .- ,, rt
the-rl ,,l .,t I f'it.-tu .tlvl :i'ti/.- ll tL =-t lh -* v. It'il.-.,:* \',U
days tl :.l'ii ,li-.- :Li ,.ie.
Sec",neleld Iy Dr. R'?e-.
MR. T. J. O ir.' iET; triE iiC:i,'d, S, :'.:ndl-d hy Mr.
\'.ey,e that tli,-e ..erd ** t.:.utC:ii"n I' .1,I- tiiat.-., for
the word *" i'een"--whi,. v:-ai ;,: r.:-l t....
The Ca'mi .l AW thbL-u put tlhe iii...tinu asi am.. le-tl
naud it wa-. *,i.rrii.d iieiu.i]n:,ni-ly.
The ti.'HrIU.M\N al[,.d thie- tell,,'ing (,. ntl',-
meun, J. M. Haywarl. J. A Cony,-r;, S.. A M,.-
ter.,, the Ho:n J. H. TriuinCiL'ih in, i-r. 1. WhirueL-
iud the H o:,u. ,.. I,-'h.,n,, -re .t -'..uni ii t .= t r 'e-
p.rt oU t I- lroul.al1'.- exp,.tlituri- and ia Iutug- ..,f a
i tea.;inhibp.
Tlie Crd-rel list he .Cpei,-nd and.
played a.t the Ottie--,:.< ,ot S A. M:i-t.l-i-, E-,q.., H,,il-
ton, andat W. C. Hylaind, E'.. !-.t. Ge,:,r,-.'-, tur
'the purplt. .- .f re- M... i hiu t .' tli u e _..t :e. '-n wish-l
iln' t,. t.ek,- .~ tli .... in tlhe ,out.-ral.u l it.i. enter- rize.-.
Adjorune..l to Stut'rdlay ,tid Jtunli n..xt.'

I sincerely thank tho :,ef the *.-_*-u, t at
att-n.l-.1 thi. meL.-tig hIC.L at tl,- M111, ihanid.-' Hill
u.u TueNi l it Ia -t, tor th:- pn1111i.:e ', O ,lr.',i izi/ ii_ a
(_'uilp.iiay with tl,. vii.- o ht I.i Si aiui:.r- o ,:f ,tur
t.n to r11u L.--twiv-n tihes- 1-1 ind, ;lli N-. Y.:ik.
T hi,- j-ttl. iii ,:.U thii :..... -i.:.U, th. '.ih v. r I -' r_.-,
d i. nt L,:oime up toi tay eLxi'.V t.atile-. I t.in111l l'ti.It
it o\'.is anu iunf'.rtun1 .t': tiu tI.I hold the- L .. tiu.' as.1
thli,:r:- v, Vr,- tw.:,- te iiIr, in P.,rt l.n.lit-, will I plo-
du,.e---w:h i rr:uii,.-d th.- att-cltion, of b.,,th M.:r-, and Plmnt.:ra. The iet .i sy ,,e r.-. ,:,f ,,-rC. Of were pre-sent, h. ow:e r. ,'ie .ll evi' utly hii-
p I--s ":d with th. u .j-.t. ity .f Ihai, i Si.'. tilli ..r
S, .: llu-l ., o. t :.C -' .n t t' hi.- \:.:rki ,' i l ui.t ..t th
81.' Cl: t '7 l,..e i ,'h- -!i:.-l i hii -t 'Lirt C N .i -- ti,
t., iCif IIl thi t liI'r-' h- T it _-u ,i I .ll\' t with
,.,. oIl.,.it ,. u 1 .-i .,. I ,.,' ,. p t. -I y Il,.; i-
3e- m iV. .lne-- C :i. -- '., w .i 1 .In I C p.,' rl- ,"
i i y- luti, and I 1.1 .1,.: hIiv-.,: i ...... lr ; t l -
p ....y ..t to the i..-e, l1 iy :i jl.,ihti. .

Hamilton, May 21, 1S-2.

il- --,HAMILTON, May 26th, lBS2.
1 ..>,, ',C r ,C,' I... R -.,,.,' ,.., '- .
DEAR Sip.-At ibhe soli.itatioUn :-f several fri and
of the new Stetimsulip s,:hine, iiam indii.:e,. to iv
l youth readt-. e ftev i.r.iraph.i u .crt tin .-i.t
(' of I t ? ,:u,--li,.,n whii, bi.t h re.- t .; th,:nu 'v
',- t dthi .g a f,. ,a1.-.,. I m eLk_ nie 'ip. ..l e f,:r 'ri iu.

C C Miti -.: If ai- : iiLi-.ii i: C '_.r-;r.1 t..,- *;h t,.Coi C r l.
i it a th, a. i -' I l,,.kt:,V I
af .t t in t-r t i. u l..iCi ....
.-.n thii i,,i :lin in t,, i e..-.?ba i,:si H ilI lI Tui--
M ,.d "'" ,"*...t'., thi ::.;- l,:.,r.- ve-rt )p t. r. ,). I i,
g .- :rtl < u,. ,i.,u ,., t P.:,l,1..-,' .',,,,ip IL, V thl,. ,
eit-i rinh: aiuniuiLit3 of t.-e-iiua, aulI uo. a: little
hn .i l.l Au- is0. .A u pl,: .. ., ,.f ha iu,,- k .:w.
'. ld..l -r, '- r.:w ,i:, muiinu C .e '- .C.Ui !, i, -.. ,t al!. ;.-n.
t'. ,/,'.' w ,-r.I 11.-)i ,.n1 C l iat r.itU nto e ou1. ; !!. I
: tliiu -,-c Were -a'ii ant1 doun- wii.:i i tl -t u,?it..-.I ui
b, e 1 'k' d rk tlihere iu4t Le,: th-- .: d la 'II.::r i however
that before thi-ICompa.ny wor ks it, way outt iLuc, thlc
S liglit many will retitelhiimaitte-u,1 fr.'ain the agita.
N.ti iu.
O1-. lf what do the po|,Plh ,:-,mhpl tilu Simply
d thi.,: that tihev :'annutt olutrol their Iown trade--th'
fr,-i:iht ou their, and, imul)..Lt-, ,os out ol
e- the uLtiint.y; tbh.: timl--, of siilinA, ithe c.alnditionCI
of ar1yin, the laliuge iand iuet..1iii8. paShe.-u.rm
Straffi:-, theliy tave not one wtord to -avy. `itLuVnflei s
I" mne''t them aIt tilted wi.IV.Ure, Coml)I tLem tio Iv
hbCavily vlt frei.hitC., ih.1 l.r1.1-ly ill the w ay 'of
Aubli.viy fion the Trea'.ury, an-. carry ie pil .:eC.Cdi
iway to neui,-C.t- t'I:.--l -fliarc.h' Tihe F.irnirit i
2. iluid, the mi terid; t-h .-trauufICer in ik-s tie- prolit-,.
Tie- p-,:.ple may be wrvng-I ti vy I,. wroin.,i in thisi
,-,tf de ti i -ou i :of t ieir griev.I n e; .,it. t .hat se'lls to be
I- the rcornplaint, thliough, whether true o-tr lot, ik not
Vw 117 ,lel--iou to eli-'i:t -'.
1t l\hat .1o the pi.oplt ue-ed The-v sa?, th..vy ei"-'d,
a be.iuer a ; ebut a imoinuieut's cionsiid'-ti..u will shoaW
thlt thi-, is oely ; part of tli- n- ...--ity. TlI.'v
h uE"-, failiti..- l..r ca,'Yii;l, th,.:ir ,,wu a Dr il-, thtil.
own pri:,i .-e out. andil tlhr ft.ri.,u '-.' ,,Is iu. They:V
neel tlie auethorit-v and C'powlvr to r..- :i.lle the- 1,4.-
-euo-er traffl,:c to ihe.e I-lands. B.-r.,ie.i.." it i .l, <
wosu.I.lrhtl arid'antag'e in .,-iaeiou to the out,-ide
wold1: it ea.-, fIrnish neL w erop-e when Arl.-ri,:. and
.1 are lu.k. k:l in thIe fol.,; of iinte-r : an.i it
" ,ff,.i. i-.1'-,ni dlhiinretinvalidMand pc->i.p!,:-of nie iu-s,
' -hl tile wI -till anillilt p i-,. I- i nt u..t prp-....-
S terol'eili, that tlI-c pe,:, W-le., ('O.I i teis..-' t.i.'n s
canuiot eointtr tI heu .Cy .1 thlir oioru i..-li-w:-,ler
mark t t it t rey ul i-. t ve thi-' tIr, I&...V. C t cr iLi th,
ha nld of -tra i, 's -. :. to i dppl,. it aud. hinder it in
different wV.y'. :
What thue i-, t., bhe done ? I aunw.r. fir.,t :,i;iin-
ize a i Cop liy, t,.. own., Le S ii-r, au I to cbai't.-r,
epe>ecidel,,'1 1 ti),t,I-,', Tie- C..'i'p i.y ,..nnu..t hol*o e to
owu very soou ntwli or even three :ilte*,e rneL-; and
v yet it i.3 .eoneu t1hev- mut iave that uiimb.vr at tIniis
if tlmy are ti .ui,.trol tiih: exp,-ort trId.. X. With iin..
-. tetamul nulyv, they wo.tiit bi 1u O.t .1 iiiutl.h at the
- merl-y of t.ralulgers a- a;t pr.-e ut. B -id-_s two su-,.
. St_.l er a, a :.C-n teIn p' , Iwould r-,c- iii- u i. te
C-:apite l thiaC all their F. inn:.r- f Bermnu1.1 C :o0d -.lnb-
*' r.. ib-- uith.ii ut i...-lv tujuI ring th..-ir l.usin-. s,
Try to raise i-Ilf a ii ill'ioi of d.-.ll.i u,''I In,,, the
Farmers of IDL.i-rI.I i, "* II I -,_- But, iih o'h i -ii.i
of that arounrt--tw.:uty th...-sa.., d l)poU.nlii-or t-r.c a-
l-, a .'hartei iun. bi.-ineI., >.u1d C.- *'iieAt on] toI
ir .ll lne ri-..Clair-iments of the Il:auld till ,uff-l.ient
c i,: pital ,..iull blj- i.iilr Ui, ltrP pIt,1,hl iulg .StetiEt-..
L'au .-litable -.'teru.:I, i. haltere.l1 ; I think
S they .-I: n. Tin.- St-..iiiCi! hii. !I.;ue ba. be-ll -i largely
oet',rdi.e. Lik.- ev,:l thtli. iu. -.e, whenu pleple fiu'
-a I l C .ie ptoit i-' it ,, in Il t, .n u pI.p.-pi tv li
piodu-:tdt a surft-it. It ,ta of twUty t iv ill..-,
un tlh- Fiver L C Il, I ,.,i ti-..i r, CeutlV lee../-, Y'C I.C t i, C-C r.'
niM i .':t._ ,n,-r-, m ..,tly ,. i..ii-goi-, re -l., i,, ,...'r"v
of *:.ji Mrii.nti,-,,. Y '- ti; i- i, t .nt -, i ill prvoporti..,
ot thI I , ,- I 1 ., I'-iu i ot B. ir idu. The .,,ti. ,C-.
iu,-n: i-C, -t .eii- -,,vC. -. ;i..-: i ii., in lar.E'- ailiin-

,.- Ca v. i C iV.nm- U .C -- It
lU ut.-,id]e t 'u"lmiy .:au iuu Stl r. thi- 1C--
j iud, al r'eturr Ji ai.].-.i.J. t., the .-la r--h:old.I -, tht .
f. -,,.C C. ti. 1 .' .. ,-'. u;. tyl e.:,ul.l s-l e ,
i n ii i fti ..i i :'i ute iui ..
Are thele uo:t ti-k.. in t i!ili.r' i1p a new blu-iu.j .
,'-,.ilti..ji a th il ,.,f rtuniu g lhip,: 'N o, pr..-
S -L,/ preC autiu i-. iare tisJ... l In it.- A,. of
I ,Ci.. ,C,,ati,.,i u liter. oi!..]it t...l..oat lea't two sp'e, i I
claulm.. I-one tu prJ,.I i.-1l, I-oe .,L J ual-le.:ti,,u ot i.-
it ..t ., I- ,. dI oun i!o li, it li,e: lit ir.iliV of .h,! re oil 1-
.-- to thile i:tual am,.itut ly ith,: i ub.,.:tib,:-d. T a.,
,thi'r- wc.:r,. utnutioine.d .t the :ni-.:tiue--to limit the.
a.imoI i t o:f sto:k to !..- ht Lby in..iivi,-lu and t.-
itC.uire t at i ra.rd. in.ry. a p-'nalit uti.- c l.l ti,-.
b. -- bniitted to a ;:enutiJ l me-e'.ti eg' uf till' Bh.LI. -
iiolt'-. : but tLhe-,. Il:ou,_ ririh.r to the Bve-i.In ,,
Swhii. cau only i .. frau,.il: and :i:olptd after thi..
Cormp Iy i. i Inworkiu.r lde.
HeIe theu ar .-v-trlcr ii .-.. k. The IL .ani,'eIlMint
of the C'.oumpiuy is '-, L T.ii ..l by el...ti.t flit i1l,.
Dire.t,. ,r-s, and by ttr'jiun.- tie:-r. out i; they ,tak
Iudule il:eltie-., with t tir otl,-_.,.. A ,_iun.aop...vy i-
prevettcd by limiting the numhier of .i, ires to iun-
Jividual., thus .-:._tte in- g tl.-- t i,.k widelv amn.'.u-
ihe farniors. whr-u, of C CaI'e, ev. e firmLeru il,.iiu i
-b'ul,: I eeou l: an at-lut for .-tuplying the Co,,n-
pauy with freight. No re c-el e tu be butitht, -.r
othIer t i ultlay iuicurred, vwithI,ut the -iu.ctri.u
of -ill iutcr-tt'., or at l.a r a m majority. .ui.1 if t!,.-
whole .:oi.:-?u '.- re to b-.:omne b inkriupt no share-
hulde-r c:an su tiCff.r I ,'yoir te value of hisM own
shb ir, [ ini lie C:.. u. u. ri .
\ -i_ l 1 ir t.. ,,:..',=,,s ry t.a ,;all iu the sto,.k -1 ,.
a,:libh l .,II .t .ll f I s i.i, i, -:y u ot. Ten I r
C:nut. .et e1-i ai, i ;tl or 't i.t Itv,--'V. p:-r e'rC t. at
iit-i_ v'-! 'A. w..-'k oC r rui.iuth a- L i. t ii i. r ih,..' i ,!r
advi- bl would m,-t !! tI n.., e- tni.=-, .." the ,.- .
Byi ,- t l' r iurter. ting ci...i :i d.,:u -, Ii tiu l uI --:!t
rel.,.ttibijg hIre .*.:U Lim ,,iut., V'M .h I u -, :,u ,i .p:,
a;i..ut a l._-,r "i'.,_ Ii th .- t,.\ C. If A uu-p.,li-., N ..\.I
S.:orua, w.iher,- I thej .,.-.i.h..- with a p..tiul uio f ,,t'
of I,,.!, i. ic.t e1CtI r tno-d-oud e uf tli6 chi..If
m..CV-er, biug' 1 ru-tlem.t un ni:ued \,iiifi,..C,,--,
,p.a ,'lii,.-t tr ,,.. u ith aul. 7it.r comi,_uditv
wa.' i p,: iCiabl..l! ftuit- ..lpi.:.s. .AuU.,eiiis .*.;s
tl,- .latui .,l o.utl.;t of on,= ..t th.b- fim -t v tille\, i
'C, p ole u..i'i__. of ae Ileh Imliue :jla ,ii rt L-
:- y ,.ir. W Iii,. thair. sp!-i.iil hI b...uiir \ a-, Iyin.:
i.lle, with...ut e,'C-n \ rI Cit whiiL'hi a lar,..
.t:.:.elj r CCneul I..-id,, tlhe ,].ph-s 'were stekiung trani-i
tL Eul L.d I.y all s--ortt. oif r.unu i-'tl..Cr 1 ..1 N..r
one O lr.'-i -.:.iLl.- -te-:lue tr i .] cv bI,-.:u iU th. lF r-
.bour. In tue fi.e, .,f all kin u- of oppo i-iiu, :a
i.. ,mp]iiyV i .r ..i i .i..:.jl l 4C.', i 1.,,: .1 i '. ir ii .t
w'C ,ule 7,iii--l..5.".i. They hi- thb- l udi. if .
lio -vV-, .. t i.ej ,,f 2 tji n .i), to build a wharf t C
thl.'e ,hi.ijrie]. i ii, ar.,,- ttroC-r-,.o..,f w 1', hou-e ,

a:ul a brnU.- i,'f tth:. r.ilwaiv lea.ling directly it C.
bla 'h. For tli- eut.. i i ,,. !'he D) -ni ,ir i..,,i ,-
ment made them a .riaunt of .l 1C u .-. ,IC tli.t/ .r. .-
ple-ty i~ ueirly. Ile z. ,i t.:, the C(',upir.y. Ti-ey
ht -? e i -.i..iier-. t,. 0.. ti y their produce -
-iA h -ii alr-.,dy I-een iu thi Ialb .br. p Lc ot
ti.:-e ar I' n.d it i Satm .l ,v night, ,i-,1 I, td I er
. .ar.a t.-ok in ,',,,)1 barrels of W N.t !.-..- -i1de,? .' IC ,
r i hi t, iU ,ud '. i,..i, for ,ea / i ', T!,i /Is l 'i t i t on
IThey .1',. L._w coantaetllating putting .Un steam i .
.. Bol.on, to ci'rry.p.irt of the -'reat traRiC p... in_,
thronii that i .-ihaiinel. .-\id all thi f tith a ap' .1!
..f n..t i"nr- than JIII ,000 1!
lIHol. is it iu Berniuda .' You have your owi"-
uh'irrv.:s: the busiu'-i-s in u, and 1, 1
ni.:-I,- t ., I.. inproicld; th,- share-boldets would '1
W'.'jirhiiu .'. n,.!is. of Iw el- ,or at r :,.It twenty M li'o. :
the iunlf is a standing in.,titutioun, .v- thit
votr v. i t..i pi ,ol c-e- in i.:ver nb-. Iluterly f. il, nior
tl,- LA. ,Ali .s proveh.? lil-h for invilicd- : 'au yni r
S ...'-r, i,-'. t would -urely i.,ay good cls b.-sidies to its
, i.v p.In ..l' th u ti straug'rs.i
On .f the seiaktrs laat Tie-sdav- -emed to
li.uent that no-s.t of the euterpri.,e of Bermtuda had
beovwii agrkiultutal. It is really something

father to be proud of. Everylthiig failh at time
but this. Shipping goei up and down--mnkeq
mnilliounaires and beggar.s. Commerce fluctuate.,
H But th farm, the good mellow aere~, are .lwayp
theie, nud always remiuuerattLe. Shiel said of Ire.
N land, ** Tickle me with a hoe and I will laugh with
Sa pat .to-.'" Ir-ehiud n-ev.r saw the ,day whlu it
Sil 1 -t.l.1 bI)e-.i.l- Be luila ;u tlik reblp,:,"t A
]Ilau.] Ila:t :.n pr.,diu:..: tiri':- ,rpC,, a year, and :'.ull
Inii lti[ly it n 11 1-, o( pr...l ..t twu'uty f-ld, I.,.th in
ra iit a a.l Liii tity, i .1 i ,i .a ', uim
\ -bliu:.c i lil- .-.hem r. ',,i; 'y iri.*:-,; -- a i ij-
w i.h- il i prc ty vup', to giu whe, h..:-. ob, ,-.-i,
ie ik it i:r .ippl..u. it ,
I fnm. ',ear Sir, rours veiy truly,
t/ 'A. W. NI.OLSON.
S N.D.-In the Pr,).,pctus, published siu-e the
allure wa.- written, there is an ailu-ion (Article 41
to: Sharehiole-is ain their proxits in Bermuda."
D.,es this mean that much of the sto-r:k may be
owned outside of the Island.? If so, what is to be
i.-ii.ud by .auin onu fureign company for au.
otiier: By Artii.le 3 it will require twenty Sliaies
to admit of one vute; so that 8sall sdaare.holaders will
trt'e 11o to. .' itn the miene.leientl. Why not give a
f vote for ea.i.h sh ire t If that is not the meaning,
I lie paragraph i-. very cluasily wurded, iand may
bie iii',..uuntrued. H-. wervr, miuh of thle discussion
lif thei Mcetiug, and ill the uotiout made and
i.lupted Lit..<:-aily pa-s under the review and
dt ,isio in of the C',:,paniy whten it la reality formed,
tho.ufli oue might atumine that the Meetiug wasi a
u-.e:tiu of s-har..-h,,olderls, while it was merely ten-
ttiitve, Ie',liung thi way t> organization.

[[ :-,,r I ,',i I; -,, /,, // rt /iss/.]
A ..iit ii-t.Itunue, an.d ...neuL uj-ve and almtiat
'.iii.jl': u it.s -'i Ivity, ii.i. t.allen uII :n. the t,,-wu Of
Dr..i:!di.Il., mi .lw .y \-i,.rw,-,.n Shetti.l ('h, .tir-
tl 1., ,'..,li,? -A...r t,-tt y. .. th .- l.1. ? \,-a, a
,h *-v, ,,,.>.: ,e .a ill .'., led i.. -.t f t w'j, lr-
iun_ : :.,l;'i-. 'i d t hlie .rinmh-, i..t thi ,Slhef:i.J tr ,,l:-..
N' i :lly- tile : ln- ,I '.l., e -. On' e .:.f thie l i. 8
.*f th 1 *. t t ai.l ri:eviC-.l ..l' tie, l.,t le a .d'.- tI.-II ti,
th.i1 f r.r..>iiri-. l. T .e l-pr..,Li..ter:I- f th.' .-i-vWly-
f'. i-'l tirll I.f Wid'n.u, C.iniil ; ('., & C .1:..t.e
thi. t .. n ., rite ite- .f the '.., anld W ...
SLI- kn.j.-u all .. .r th.- i:rh.. .e- the Dr...uticld
I.t \,.1 l, l.ut.l thi, r-. Skill .ini l.uii. r
ti.,, i.- 1 into the i l. -, .al.i, t,.t.i ly Iutl?- to a.... .-
i .iI..t.. \:uA t itl .... f tih0 u,.w :1. .i r.-, )D r.. ulield
thIrIV it-, i' out inuto ije'. t., terra4..-, and
OV*I. .. :.ti'.-ut that it -was -. o the high rI...,l to
plti.-.iity. The l...p-ul r..-- from 22,4 1 to
.t,: 1, i tan l tie. Ln i b -. *.If Ile' i ., lr 'ija 5 .35 t..; '. l.
T he .- i,.i, Iury l :..:l ..:. .:. n ..,Od:iti, 1-f-I I.- the
ft.riii tiun ,Ct' .. h ,,l.,l I. tr i.l n1 i'l the e-reetina of
4, hi.t.I. at, C-t C.f l,11110. The. water -tipply
waIs C.::! i:....- .it ,1il X p.-I.s:ture ,..f :t. ,O ,i, .aud a
U wl-V .- i .it .rt y, i :,tin._ ',I.iUU, for tWO-1h11iii.- ..,f
whivi-i Dr,..iU-ielld 1i- I-po.- ible, al-.o pvri,, filed.
Thi t..Ct thus C.ultra.:t-l to .'2,.i00U,
part i.,-iin. p.y,l.. within thirtv, i-at tihe pe.: r
piit t..n within 'Fity year, b..M.,id.-. iitere-t. T.To the
:'l\,-ni' ut thi:e st,- Ci-woiiks risy ihe to have been
i,.: ill thle eu, i..rpri-e-, atld C:.siInently ,. the
wiOlk-, Ilithjo:ritit,:, .mid iu :tlikr- louok-,l for
t! : -.1!i['. IeI"c.-.: to ,o-.taiu them-r, aMs w l as 11
til.. .t i.. iatity ,..,' hiou.C i.oplerty .illedU d ti to x-
iI ul-, :. L .rt .AtllUil Lln 3 1. .i -. l uti 11 U,-, 1l'tl tOlir i ', t
a ,r....1 t, i t i- e .ti.t tha it ti. i, l stri id b:v-i.-k ...,.
w.: t., ,, i :,i-.-I.. :ml within tli,.- Pa*Cit f.-Vw WicEk
thi l .I'- tr,.ii| t it 1ih I ,c -nI :i-u t i.i illyy know u.v
thit i :i S:h.:tti,. :-.. ... n ...f L'li.iles C.a tuni l
:iii (.',.. LC itc:.,i t iunt, l=.-l1 to a i-.r ti : D r..i.-teild
ftiui :.l1 traut.-ir it budily .i, the West, C'o.itl, at
V,' tL l: it. ln. lifiiriy .1., thik -t.l- i.- due t.., tlhe
twa:t t.I i tt-he 'Varil.,. 3.OfCI th,- il-ruatitue pig iro'i ne,-d
if.IIa ''I ll.,I.-rl:-iL l to D roi-ufit il, a .l- 1 t,: th it oft
t'h.- iutii I rtirC C lIro.lti.d-- e: 1l
I .-- .-C.. f! it's '. t '1.1 I lih t :l l]l'lil tl t'. l J l l i Ly
i.,. t l i_ I ,.,., i .i i ii.'e 1ii -,.riu -I y h l -.] r
t !.. ,. 1 u k .. l.i .*-e., inf ih k -.,u ,..'_ t. t_.,-ti x i-lin .:', :tu,!
in!. 1. I L' d 1 lt. -ti-' I.y the Ie-lia,. Id t.,
.. : .. i ,1...- t i. r' !-m ,_ 1_1 ,:,i
,.. ,. .. .- n. --. J u iii -, )r...Ui- l1- i ,.v. -v
i i. r i tu_ in ll11,. lf.t'e. It i : ti 'i i';d
ti s ...t S' :- ti,- h-la-il in,1 ,rly d.I,'t l.C- d in .iz, .i4,d
i l ,il iti. iu 1 t ir.u thl- e--t illi-shl eur ,:.f th,.. t-,.l
C,.,rik-, lni ill rtlh, inl- it 3nt will be dijJpote I
t,, \V..r ,l:i .'l.., A ll thb i, -dit .tit .f f the
C.. .. ,.-ii i l, :t. ,:, t C r-., ti.l .. th. -ir biiCad, and
h nii: CrC, If tlihe tt..1,h ,U- an :ii .ll otIi,:r de: pP.-iLIle t
wii. Ii. t- -,-ttl.: I in Di.:.uti, ld u th.e- t'ith of ad-
V'.i tu-: i C.'~,.:- t'! ), hL y-e i lr:.,i'ly in i'.:- "- pr,-pe'. t-
iL,-." vi'- il- t't. th-- l n. Col-.l.uIi y. Tih,.- ratelible
I h, t C.riu.r t Cit is .tl ,i.IcL, ut w hiC -lI the
\\ ,rk .. -,-t.._ ttiil te '- -2,.'.i). T im .,,.' l rite-s
ft.i.niiit t,_, -r r-,. Li thb p,.,uttl, nl, h ft. for -ulitn"
tI i I-' u LI th Ii- ii '.-.t 'It .*'i'e ry .C'CI:',, 1 iiJit-. If
U,* ".- lf .a q. ti.i *ir- tuilklhl,- an,.l they ris.:- t,,
,:.i- I\-i,, ..0I1l. thiit .lIi'iLunt. :i -.'eneratilaul d i.ploCra-d
1.1 ..11, t.- IJiu-t .-en-u.i. A hio)t Cf pllilpe rty ou1-1
e- .; .i. .y .\' t... f,i:e ith iaiu, .--id for the
to.'. 'i I v. i,:..: ti.,- i'pr..'p-I) r is h.i.Illy Ir-v, thiau
I1. uk p it)t, y.- -. I r ., t 4" .','n C1 Tr, .,lei Joiri.,.',
./ .1.. *. .

The aspe:.t of aitt.,it in Ei pt i-i becoming crilti-
cil. r[--ii-tan:.e t,. tteign iiL.:t,'vuion is appre-


celebrated for nearly a eentary past, Is of the
veIry beat English manufacture. For its
purity and great e oellence it bas obtained
Nine Prize Medals, including London,
Vienna, Philadelphia,
Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
Two Silver iMedal and "First
Order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
i and all other odors, of the finest quality only.
is strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German Idnds.
o:lebratel for so many years, continues to be
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use.
a new and indispensable Toilet accompany.
meant, and most refreshing Perfume for the
and other Speoialitiesand general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
S throughout the World, and of the manun.
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Priest Lisl ree on Appilfcation.
-i CAUTION.-Purcbabers are cautioned to avoid
tl..ICiCfrerllie] by obpervlnn thai eath article l
tj i .rllei l Ihe irm's e ltrade l Maak, a IhiLe
nl,Use1 .,' a i "Goldtn Lyre."

Colonial. ,See,.larys Oflice,
Hamilton, May 26, 1SS.. P eoples'S = -ISteamer.

Thle Schools' Act, 1879. is ive Notice that the Unders.ne4
Shas been authorised by the Committee to
O /ti( l Po /Parents and Otr. Hold Jileetings in the several
*1h----- ,.....

"TNDER the above Act the father. or. if he
be del, the the mother, or, if sh.- be- mar-
lied a!,ain, the stepfather, of every child .briove
6i, and under 1.3, years of age, is required to
makeC a return in writing to the local Parish
Vestry of the names, in full, and ages, of all
children within the above ages in his or her
family, or under his or her care or control,
stating with respect to every such child where
such child is being educated whether at home
or at school, and if at School at, what School. I
The mother, or, if she be married, the step-
father, of every illegitimate child is required
to make similar returns.
Theaabove returns are required to be sent in
to the Parish Vestries before the 30th of June
next, and afterwards half-yearly, viz., every
June and December.
Any such father, mother, or stepfather, fail-
ing to make any such return, or knowingly
making any false or incorrect return, is made
liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty shil-
lings. besides costs of prose ut.ion.
By the Act every such father, mother, or
stepfather (as the case may be) is made liable
to pay a School Rate of Six Shillings a Quar-
ter for every child between the above ages '
with respect, to whom the Parish Vestry does
not receive satisfactory proof (by the Certifi-
cate of some Teacher or other sufficient evi-
deuce) that such child has attended a school
approved by the Inspector of Schools, or the
Parish Vestry, at least thre,- out of every four
School days dclring the Quarter, unless the
Vestry shall be satisfied, by proper evidence,
that the child has been prevented attending
school by sickness or infirmity, or by the wan .
of a lprolIer school, which he could reasonably
be expected to attend, within a reasonable
distance, or by ,other reasonable cause to be
allowed by the vestry, or that the child has I
been receiving a sufficient education by pri-
vate tuition.
Parents, or others, wilfully, or unreasona-'
bly, refusing or neglecting to pay the School
Rate, to the Overseers of the Poor, within 20
days after the same is demanded, are made
subject to the payment of costs of sueing for
the same, not exceeding S./, and on making
di:-fult in payment of any rates, adjudlged
by a Justice of the Peace to be paid, to 21)
days imprisonment for want of suffiient.i
By His Honor's Command,
AftinUg Cu-'ltIhi ; SecretcrY.
M.av 30. JTune '27.

through the Islands for the purpose of receiving
.'ii.naturOs of those desirou- of taking Stock in.
Ihe People's Steamer. SHARES FivKE POUN'DS
EACH, Irom one to Twenty. The tollowki4g
urr rutrenilonis have been made for exhibiting the
plans, a'md making names, &c. :
H-r. GEORGES-Town faill, -M..nday Evehlug
29th inst., from 3 to 10.
CUrAWL-Mr. lleins, Tuesdaty Evening ft6m,
3 to 10.
SMITrs--Mlr. Adolphus Ernith, on Wednesday
evening, front 3 to 10.
HAMILTON PAR.4NIsi-Lyceum, Thursday evening
from 3 to 10.
DEvoNHIjE ilocK--Mr. John N. Heolais, ou
Friday ev, ninig, 2ad Junej from 3 to 9.'-
ItoTAL NAVAL, YAD on iMonid.iy evening fr'u
3 to 10 *
IA bGROVE .ir. SoMERSIr.T-Oa "'l'eday, EV,.
ening, ihh June, from 3 to 10.
.ourtHAuPTro.-SoiuthAunpton lliall, on Wed-
neoday evening, 7th June, from 3, to 10.
WAIwVcK--Mr. KIichaid Kemp's* Stoire on
Thursday oeveing, 8th June, 1ro4n 3'to iO.
PAoGErs-.,lr. Rowl.nd. Ligillbourn's Store, o n
Friday evening, 9Ot Juune, from 3 to J.* :
Pa';gets, EAAST-N\r. IRobert J. Tueker'% .'tar,
on Saturday, 10th Juine, 3 to 10. .

Ilnamillon, Mav 27, 182. '-

Merchants' Bank,
Of Halifax, N.S..
IN accorlanee with the aunouncemeutin thesd
columns on 22nid April lawI, an Ageucy of
tie above lBank has inow been opened is my,01t-
flee where a General Hankiing. Buaiueas will be
Drafts sold on Loudon, New York, llustlo,
Montreal, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
I'rince Edward island.
Hills o'i Exchange purchased.
Interest allo ead on Deposits..
American and Foreign Gold Exehauged.
Bills Discounted, &ce., &c.

Agents in London, Imperial Bank,
\New York, Bank of New York,
Canada. Merchants Bank of C&-
Hadd "
Oince Hours IJ A ,n*. to 3 p.m.

,N / fieldEL,

M'ajor-Gener.,l T. L. J. Gallwey. R.E., Inusp..- inill *, ermuda, 'lay 2ud, S1;2.-tf3p
tor-Gene-ral of Fortiti,.a.tiouns at the War Offi.-e, will
e-,,.-ced th. Late Maj/or-Geueral Sir R. eM. Lattan, i t r Accoun tf f
R.E., as Governor of Brrmu.ida. It would lIe inter- x li / I .cCOJ Or.
.-stiu.g to kuow \ihv the usu..i practice has be en de- I rowe' and Owner.
p-trted frolt of 'ivinuag this po-st ti Artillery and Eu-
gineer .tthe 'ri alteruately. Probabl- the re-a-on .
v.-ill 1I., feuud in the -,'ue.sor te Ma.Ejor-G(eu.rl t \ lrepctillilly offer to ship liR l UOA
(J.Illw,'I.. ij r--. rd Sir Andrew Clarke, K. I PR ODUC i:. for ?'ale at Ne.v York by
C.B., i'- a listiungai.sih.1 Euiuneer, and there was either of tho undrniientioned respectable Com-
uaturally a d ir'e to provi.le fur Iini at Headqu-ir- mis-sion Houses who may le preferred by I(wn-
tn W ie Iv- re-aoun to beli-re, th. Governr-hip ei-, .lhippers, arnld lGrwers.
ot B'1runl refused byMajor-Geu- Not repo.,ible howe.v. r for ihe ued Iroc-eds
ti.A Si l l w'lnar .ii ,lh:Y, ,o' ) pr-)T.,.J'ly a until p1itd I our order in New YVu.k hitch
.*,.ar h,, w., i .e-i. ,,; .ur u 13u.- order ill he given to Ibo New Yotk,Consigtieas
or .1"ile, for eaii, shipment.
\W'hei neceioary to order Specie in return for
.Fr R.-tb-v..d G'r:e'.'-. any shipment it will be injured at the expense
HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY, May 2ith, 1882. of tlin (wners iitrie-tedI, and owners will clear.
1 3ly understand that all dangers of transport botl
All hail this glad-omer day, ways are borne by them.
O)ur Sov'ereigns natal day 'The l Coiiunisioni IHouses for whom we *sle
With joy we hail ltisineosi are'
Then let our ,iou'.s ri n out.. l'ess s J)HA ., YX 4 O
Audluuuy a juyou-li tiot ,ssts JI.t1 C .
Our tongues must speak out, No Ili \V -st *-ireet. New York,
All hail! All hail! and our Shippiug ditiuguishingnumber fur themis I
'2 And,
MaY Ieavel' potecCtiUg hand lcsrs. TI /'.". HB OTHERS,
still ble-s Ur fiAtheirlanI
Aud our loved Que--u : A. 151, W ,t tree, New York,
Ma:v litl-sin.;zs r, iund, hc.r .m-.P. i imd our hi n ,n di.i. i.....i .i ... --

May jo.y and pe) -ie aiLume
Their place:' within her horne ;
(IU'D bless OUir Queeu.
May thy life l.-ng b, -.pared-
One t- 1j u all eudhard ;
Leau. liay ncht ii-'i4t.
Over h lie tile an.d the bLi'ave
1 :I1-y ei. r l -I, iiinr' hanuI.l .till w.,v.,
All :o,. ,m .:..1 froirn h r er ve --
Uh I -le :mid Maii.
Uo-D bh:-- Britt.aiii'- QU'-en
M.I l.V 'u-' yet i'.e onII -
hM pe CC, .- i.'" v.'dl !
Th,:u hlt i" u-tiluet ur sa-,La
WVith tiO: inlliy joyoii- throutc%'-
Fit,-ii l A.teol- 1i.udi and ton-l'idie,-
Ali hail : All i.ail !

MV.iV yV- ir, of pC:ri:-.' anu joIy,
A..d ble-,iun-! t'ro.m ,_,,1 high
Oi n tIh. il'f -l re. it.
Wlihen thy t,.- ou. earth ie pa.vIsed,-
Aud .our CouIrit\ i, -ky ik 4'erC.-i.t,-
M:ays't th-)au r:ign for uay' at la.t,
Among the lh:stt.
A. O.

Written M", v 224tl0, 15,e4.

MAY 2'2, 18S2.
DEir Mn. Ei.,rr,- Will you all,.w nie a small
Sj,,tii'.. iu yi 4' l:. 1Ct i to .-a t;he fii.illo"\ n.i u n.t ons:
I 1. Whatt iq th,= houir f'ov a Public cho:,ol to be
ope-ncd ; ,-,'cloek-- ir 10 ai. m..
'. Is it right f..r ai P'Iubli-. '--ho.l Maist.'r to go to
a dlikt iut IParih aiud to l..-tI un -. ..,f hiui pupils in
it uarg.' r
.3. I it ti~.'ht for '. Publi.- Sichoiol Ma-ter to take
the key o' thi PI l.ii-. S> i.,ul .i v.'.iy .JU.l lt Iea~ e is
Pupil- outCide--ri.u or n.,t-until Mail time, 10
o'.le!k "a. ini. Yoi-rs, &'e.,

i Notice.
A LL Personsi afr fcorbi,- Trespasiing on
eithi.r til;
Hamillon Hotel Grounds
Or th.: ,.: f th,: B. ARN Cp -.oit C.
Haamiltou, May 25, 1.S2.

..uu o..u -D-]-ugu u o inugtIaulUg uuumber for itheM
iN 999.
Selenlril PIlaes with above numbers free.
II.,,,ilt.n, ,l'nrm d', I,
I lLh .\pil, 168 2, 2 ithis. 3rd p.

( Notice


rpIIP Undersigoed will give their Personal
aL mention to the forwarding of BFItlUDA
PIi(>IUClE to the Consignment of

Messrs. John Nix & Co.,

of New York,
Throughout the Crop Season,
All Charges for Cost of Remittance for tIett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
the goods.
The highest Market Rates will be obtained.
and Account Sales returned promptly.

Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, 1882.-22m)a 3p.

UNCLiA.\l'-:11 LEI'1I-'4 IN THE PO6TO'OP.
FICE HAMILTON, 27th May, 1835
M Anderson, W H Albnoy, James Bajp, Ruth
Bro,wn, Benjiamit Cagey, Wilou Cameron. Alice
Dalguei John DaviK, Frank DeSilva. George Ed.- '
wards, Joubu Ferguison, Antonio J de Freitos, F
Frith. James Harvey, Joe T Harvey, A R Hami-l-
lon, James IHouie. Barque Industrie," Edwair
Iiigham. F E Jugham, Fauney Jones, F Joaehim,
L O Johunon, George A Jones, B A LightboilrnC,
John Manuel. Joao Luiz do. Medeira, Alexmiiieur'
McCay, Alexander Mayers, M A G Peni ton, Robert
Poppin. John Richardson Amanda Robinson, Chas
Richardson, Raebel Smith, Heumy J Smith, JQoiah
Smith, A Stowe Thoumas Swa R B Simmons,'
Jaime B Simmonus, Theos Simluais, Geomge Simn.
mons, N S Smith, Jonathan smith. L R Smuith, J A
SLaith. C A Siltele. S G imnout, Eb.u,.-zr inSmith,
Mr Justice Tauchetreau, Henry Tuch-r, T (GI W
Tucker, B Tucker, John Thomas Virgin, Joseph
Welhuan, Josee Willians, ,Ellen Williams, r b
Wilson, Thomas Wilson,


Supplement to the-Bermmn_

RVo) -!

mil ton, Tuesday, May 30. 1882.


ttrnnt r~zt~~ -

._,1317 -- f .. l1 .-' ,": .a.- -. !

Colonial Prt s l Bi'ml B t.

Yoe.tnerlay at oule o1,,,1:. Hi, H.-norColonu-l 'E..
C. Goirid..u, R.E., A'luiii-trat.,r .f tli- <,..',inu-
meut ani l Ci .ml i ,in '.r-i --'lii,.f. a(eii iri' l I, y
Mr,. G,.rdou :ind Lie-ut.:i;iH.ry. R.E., A. t. A.D.' '..
and 4 alptain Ponmsuliy, Briil-de Mj-'.r-, s'-t'-
doi-wn to the Cliinl.t.r f.-ir tI- lli:.-
of opening the Colkiinitl Pa limi u-ut.
At thu entran- to, the Pulih Biildih-2zs Tli
Hontor-.the Administrato.r was- rr :eivel by n 'nf uniii
of EHono front the Royal Rifles, iuder .Cim--
mandof Captain Selby-mSuith ansl Licits. O'L-ary
and TInlTane, aund as he rtide up to thi'? entriance-
of the Builduing the Guard presented arms, whil-t
th'lie and of the Reg-inment played a suitable An-
On onterhL" the Coumnil Chamier'I-li, Hnor w.',
received by the Pre,-iitdIut and of He-r
Majesty'a Counil. Anmonathogseplrc(f-ut w-n unti.-I,
Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Re-s, .Mrt-. :Hrvey, Mrs. Tu.-k-
er, the Misses Tucker, Mis-i A. Tu-ckor. r, ia
S Go ing.' the Misc-.ei (iray, %i:-.s Fruton, tihe
Misses Hollin'eswortli, Mrs. and thPe li-,--' P.-ttur,
Mi'-. Ponsouby, .Mii OiIducy, Mis Mi,s:-.I-u -
Revdn. M. James, R. 0. Yvearsl-v, E. L. Pe-nuy.
Dr. Walsh, J. A. M3acKeKen, and J. H. Buic-kur -
Lieut. Colonel Newport. C.R.A., auil Major Sin:,-
son, ami Captain Grt(ham, R.A.. Bt -Cl,,,,-ul-
McDornnell, Captain Was-hington, Li-ut-. Mil.1l.---
nass and Arkwrright, R.E., Lt -C,-I!ntl Ciotft.:.u,
Major Sir Giy Traver-s, Liut4. HR tyitinum, C-..iu--
rna, W'elnman, and Hallui. R.I.R., Majr Davn-,
A.W.D., A. C. G. Stewart, S.C.O., A.C.i-i. Ralph.
S.O.S.O., D.A.C.O. M.:,
R.N.. Senior Naval, Dr. MaIson R.N.,
P.M.O., Dr. Cox, R.N., Lieut. Bvyu,, R.N., Mr.
M. A. MT. Frith, Mr. T. S. Reid, Mr.J. H. M. RaIse,
Mr. G-. Situpson. Mr. D. E. Seu.
The Provost.'.Iarshal Gc-neral Ihviut bi: eu di-
rected b' His Honor the Admiaistratorof the- (our-
rnminent to request the atteud:an:e at the Counuil
Chamber, the Memblr.r of that H.-on:.rible Houe--
-bhaded by their SpLe-aker, the Hun. S.minnel Sal-
tus Inghamn-were soon in attendance, wh>:-u Il,
Honor delivered in a clear and inipressivo
the following'
Mr. Pi-si;dlnt i'vl Hoinourubt Gentleiv:a o/ 1t,
Legi.,l1tiete Council ;
Mr. Spedier an,, Glenit/lem of lthe Hononrdile
House of(.Assembly ;
The duty of calling upon you to re-
suame- your Parliamentary functions haviiin
devolved upou me- in an unusual manner, I
cannot allow tie occasion to pass without,
alluding to. the event which has placed me
in my present position.
The loss which this Colony has sustaiu-
id through the death of its late Gouve- nor,
Sir R. M. Laffunu. is fres-h in the reciollec-
tion of us all; acting from a stern senise- ,t,
duty ind 'with unvarying- indomitable pr-r-
severance our late Governor remained faith
ful to his post up to the last, but nature
finally succumbed and his remains now lie in
the Churchyard of -this parish. Sir Robert
Laffan's devotion to your interests and lisi
zc-eal for the welfare of this Colony will. I
feel sure. secure for his ii-neiory your list-
ing gratitude.
1 have received a Despatch from the
Secretary of State for the Colohi,-s i,t-
nouneing the appointmeitI of Li'itt-n'-iiit
General Thomars Lioni:-l John Gailw \v. R.E.,
4 (ovetiInor at-I C1'<)m t"ni l"r-in-C'!ii--f oft
these Island., in u e-.e-iii, to <.citI l :tt.-
G o v e rn o r, a n- .1 in m al in s t ]i-, : tn n o uii ,o',.' h',i ft I
to you 1.-eim it mlily duty to (-all your s .-i-il
attention at this t iwm to thie i t.- itlitni ,,f
the Governien-nt Honuse. Ntwitw1hstan1lin.-
the- large uriIs which har.- 1,-.-' S, lit utip-
on -it during the la.t tn ye ar.,, it i-3 in a
btate of disaepair whichl call-k for the i-.
tluetliate expendliture of a c-on.sidTirable iitolttlit
to put it into reasonably fair order itf it
is to be made fit for the r.-sidtlenc of their
new Goveruor.
I amn informed that, not only is tlhe-
wooldwork of the Veruindah.s and galleri.:-s
in such i condition us to ren-der their it-'iui.
il and i r-n-wal absolutely ii:ess;rv, l.i t
that thei'e are indications that, when thl,-
are taku-n down, weaknesses an-I ,:lef.:t
will bet xnuit be niade 0oo1d at a ve.ry i-a.v- ci-t.,
While such work is going on it will b., oh-
viously- imiipo'sible for the Guvc-i'-nor to ,.--
mtin at Moaut Langiron.
Tn,-Il-r stteh tCil l-Tur;t:ltieC s it se-i-i, it:,
rniP (lesit. ation whether you can with pui1n-ii.,- in hur
the liftrg, onflay req,,ir,-,1, with th,-_ ,:. it:siity
that. h,,wel ver ml i ith ti:Ly .:- 1- .-cx l '.tll's .Il 1, th..
present. building, th;- time (.h .lt L,_. i'ae
disalpti ..whcii.l_, ll n;-w ,tniit H..fii,.>. hn-i
Le built i-n the same or some ot-,.-r i.-i.
For rLy own. part I ,..,nl..>;. but think
that tle time how atlr-ady ciy in,' .. l,-n. tn
teonomim-al, a.-s w..-ll -,s otliier .-riuil-.. th-it
tr-cessitv nmu-t bh- ilrovide,-i ti,,, ilnd th,-t
nirlst' prud nilt cours'.- is at on--.' t, int ,he ti-:_-
ora'Ty provision fir the a.,o imaiiii-il.atin ..t
the Governor anll. his family and to ]. i-:.,. .1
without delay to erect a new Gi.vcrmu,'tnt
HLIou'i at Mount Langton.
At the oitiflig 'iof the plresnlt Hesi-iin
I anm glad to bh- ailh-i to congIatnilat ,l,,i
on the continued lpiSt.t|rity cif tihe Colony.
Thle fears which were entertained by tuany
it, tile eomin.t'lteulmont of this crop rSi',s,,il,
as to the Ifianreil r:--ult.i atte-nding tlih- sale
of thesiucttops Ila'e fortun:'tr-ly nost, asi y--t,

obtain at pris nt, :hlio. inl lin-tioijss of a
temdTncv to rimr '.i- Ithe le ainl-n-it,-:- of

these .lir'ers" stes I'-, be iitb e in a gi' .it
measaKc,'-to thstju.jlic-i'.'is .combinations which-
have bbeen inauemi t airion:ii'.t thIe i i.
ple th timlelve; which have s:n:ibly
tended to aveit t' ,- deprc-iation in valiv,
wl.ich" is an alti-st ionavoidabl.- r.-siult whtle
small sales alre -fifected,' iidepet-undt tly, by
producers who ar.- th,.ews-lves not always
free agents in the transact ii-i.-.
It is a subject for congratulation that
the demand. for .your procii'-e continues un-
abateid,,biut I think 'yu woull act wisely by
bearing in mind that other Iouniltries within
reach' of the United -States ma iket-, :,n-Il equal-
1y favored with younselve-s a-, reITr.'l.s t;lhiul i .t
are already bei-iuiling to rei':liz,-' thatL in
also aen provide lcurly t'ui.,.s fbr the- .iar-
kets, andI that tih y l r uie pi o I\' tu
Le. formidable comi.-titors : it w,-uld tli-re-
ltuire utlli to) i,- aii ;ict of piud .-iice oil your
p.irt to vary youtr crops in d SU,!i -t I Oiliner
that if you found yourselves beaten in. cne

linl,- you would haIve other r.soi, ',.., to) fall
back upon.
OnI a forml-?r occasion I pointel1 out to
you the desirnl..ility of wxr.i-t ini i iore c..-ii
in sorting your produce be- for:- ptrcking it
for exportotion ; a re."e-nt Visit. to thl-' l-li-
t-i Stats-- hns em i ini ,i rI n, 'hat th,.- i ,-I :r.-
I thiin Otf.-t. .1 wais s.,unid, for I wav\',is i-ur-
c,', that c pi rti- a-ei s ith vaait:i ly ;t- iv? the-l pi-
ttr m:-' to i.-':ll ',? t lt.i l -.,'it w th. for t[- i
-it pl- ti.n- son tbhit i-t is.. n-i t y 1el:0i sitl.-
, Ird m ark -ed .I-- r t-'li' t, ,- :i.ity l, it thi..,r
theis kno. fr'I'.i ,.-xn i.e n .it th:i t the etr-i
1 o tn.-si o t_^ i .I .iti,.-iti,-n tc' i ,m h ,' .Ipe ii,1-
.1 on.
I amuh de-irs l si th. reim:;'lt T[,i- ,onIrlt.--
theiif 'er-ti ly of Sitat'.-. for thi. CIloniS-st. in- -
vite oiiur att,-iiti,-i again tol the suljet. atof
ipfF1oiin tent to v- .mt Et ,l..-ii -,tih:-,i l Ben-t
s-it-e.s. A i hn ort bill itn this sibjc-i.t will
bi,. brought und or your constideration durli.-
ing tlhe SeN iofln.
I shall also have to bring to your ino-
tie a D tq-sp.iath froiti the lt-Secr-etiry of Stat
in which 1is L, ship acknewldes h. r,-
-eiit. of ti_- Addriltess of th,'-n Hois-- of At-
.ml dated 23rd Seteber, 1-S., nid
iake- n 1pra,-ti,:'al u=g .o.tion on the ulibject
olf Fincane.. and to ask your ,areful con-
sileration of the- s;lo -. .
Oni thi 9th Jtiit une -'r.,x.'l the tI:ll i:dal
Marine Sturveor.i A.t, of I''.'. t 'ill ex-
pir., unle..s cntiueal anl'ld it thi.-refuri? re-
quir,-s your iinimi---dii'te -attenti-.n.
Th.r- rire al,,: manly Ats whi.h i'r
shortly about to expire andri :ncerning
whlieh' leislttion will be necessary.
ALmni.gst thOse i- the Cl-rLyv Endow-f-o
mnit .Let, unrler wlii.-h ;ill denominations
receive ;, e..pitation allowanC-e out of the
Public Treosury.
The Post. iOctee Regulation Act r.-quiires
to: be continued-is also thi S.r oils Act of
Theto i.-r fi.ts in the' llbv,:ntii: ACt.f
whihi ritutiin- radjuistln,-nts ; Aen -rindints \\ill
b.- proi pos -l to :-V .*ruI v the-.-, ls -, l.nit
thI e Acts thro stw lvv.s it ill, t -r? loiron i'?i-ji.iir u
A Bill will ls be siiltiitted for iyour
coiistlerati'on ire pciiin.i thle provisii n of ai
thhd Light HI.u,I-, Kee-ptr o n St. Ii i- vi.'.

l -- et ornt- ( (li., r
H ljff.:-,t .18.. ii#,f"
A Return, prepar,-d by the loorable the
Receiver General, will be laidl bef-,r, .vyit
showing thle r.-cA:ipts and expenditur.:- of Ihe
Colony for twelve months ,ndtling list MAr,-_hl
laIt, na also Esti-n- t.-s ,-f tQle ,rob.tilte t-
ce-ipts tand exiVenditnre fo:ir the ye:tr li-lin,-
-iwth JuneI '-S:; these' documents hInve 1.,.--i-
i,1: .1'-.-l with g'rat car-t i an-I will I T i st,
]rit-I: ust iiful -ria .~t-.- t- voni in milkiei', pro-
viti.n for t! ,.-i nts of tha'.- Pub"i
Sf'er tice ; you wil! :blerv- that t!- l.' i-
bl' receipts excee,.1 thi est.inrtea d exlpn-itre
by about 1,500.
A-molng the sum:w i hich you: will l.. iask-
ed to provide i.i a -coiinsli-tiabl-amn"mit n ."
owing Il y thiis ,- Ciny tl t il the ih).:-rial '.:-t
(_i,. (-in Mony Ordnr account. This- amo-unt
wi, paid as reruir.d by !:w. .1y th,- Cl...-
nial Postmast,.;r t.., Mr. W.b-.ter, the l.,te
Ci',--l' ii i el e. -i t 1 ,. l:si t-t i.n .i:te ill-i, t i '-.l
q.1 ,1 F ,. llFri.i l .' t,'. -,t i,' _r t. 'l r F lr':--
I ll l: ; Ut d,]--p t:l,-- s : :.'iv :',.el W ol',' S ile.,- '". .

i t.hw tii:at il h ,:l it In-. -w i. n'f t in al.-.
m Thi-s Of i-.i..,.' t .o vin-, v ot- l-1 l h,:ii. .i a i- rt
SI ,., o f uln-t ii,'- f,.,r s :, i .:. l it :' s..-, l 1. i
.'.* 1!i .: i',- p t I da y .f Ft -' i ii t ',- !;i: .1,
i:il, x.. 'h.- i i'- h i is t : i..liv ' 1it t it .. -il'. -
..i!,..-1, :,- h l ri.- I r re nfri l,.-,1 to i, ,i- 1i ,.
natr ,.,,iiiL i.-..It,.l D it all wit h this (i \.:rn-
An hinv-.ti'.'-tioni of tin- ,-rt r t.-, !:.-
:couiIi ,Irin '-- t., It thI-: fa..t tIhat ,,i -',
.i i r o M W,:Ist.,r for r, ltitan -.. n. v-r
It.chr-l- td tl--ir prlio, it- d -stin ati.-)in, inlId it i-.
with great regret that I find ,,yelf called:
,, 1,.r that th. C.,lony llty without d,,.Iy
li.!ui u- its in.1.1-ji In -s; ti thi I riii ,'rl.-
P,.-t Ofite8 .
Nol r i this ti ll, tior it hiis also bi .- n .-is-
,i r!,.,1 that.- i.-r t.l in paii d te thr late
Colonial ;-r-eveTav for' th pulling Se\'i,::-
llhatV inot br.r-'n dll]V a,.eo n l f,,, allr thl;.t
l;is w :oi- k i -zo .Fistrnr t.i.- V r;-i of Eillc'.,
M arii.e- ; : ai nd- D_-:th, h..i t;ili n i,'-.:ti--
initi ,ui'r, ir *i1thl ii.i inh he- i,.1 draw t il e tifl :t. -
ailli'v,.'- by / 1.'v f r it-hf -u i- i t..,rfl i manii',.
i' r, 1, !, ,,! 1i .....t rt, l .: ,~ ,, r ,f 1ie

'*-, *" ", r .t ~ :-

I iin,, ,r.', ,n 'l y ,:ii, t,: > t,, tl,.. 'ii ,'1:e
,f D ivine P r ,v ,! r.... I ttin t llh ,,t tlih. :-'.-..-
si,:,lt D,, -l ii,, nit. w ill !.. h,, n'! o.! hy,
.,. -*i ci t rof rni,.l-,'-. ri.-.n :onii b lih i 1 "y .=i-..
t'": tt. w ith th, 1,.l--sitg ,-t' ij .l-. ti.-, ii,-.-
-ill',--. v o-: i ;' 1! s it i aiv i.o n,. '.:,, t,:, t ._- 0, 1-,-
t-uiit- n-iit :it.l1, .1 ,-r-,,- ity ,,f t ,i- C,. i iinl iiity.

yly o n_ r_ "[i: 1 s,.' ",; : .-c j
.Vt. E, t,..,,
li.i ..' ;!ii,.So .: d in,." th., : ,tt th, ] i .,_. -. M i

h:! .it the Hr,-, L 1 H :d1, ,-,ll T h'r-I i" e. \, i -.. lI-t,
s,-,i ,rtt: thle '.r. ,,, had .i ,..t- 1 rhi" ierh,,it- ,of
rIlhl',.i th .- !..,,,, ,, ,,i thl ii m." 1i iu '-".* t,, .
,..r.:;t xt,'Lit : t ln:l :,r:' ;-'iV [in[-'__, tle P ulbli.: ,l: ,..,it t,,
1..-,l ,,-. that.tlfr Ill(" h,,t t,' 1,, l i'. t :'.i. If -n h
bc.'.. l : lnl i.- ..u- ', w .,: ;n t ., I d,, ,,.t thii: th..

thi-s," the F .,rih, : 1ih ,d ir h t .... n Ill]]'t di \ itl...ii:
i ..r li tlh r : .. l i....- ;;: l ," ti -.r it inl lii] 1..l '-
t:i!:i '-", \ '-- -_-H;.rinii ., u''nil-' i,:i' ,,VLI a ..'!i,-

-hip-. T i,.- lt\'..' i- l-.. -id t i........ ii ir. .. ly
Lh.-l 1-- Th .'I- i, w:- i ., L .i ,tt i ,t tl,..
tl. r t,- ttii." ." \,-. n lni-t i-. ]:i t ii ltl ,it-. I,. 0i,
ri.-i l .ii, .1 m e r y -.'it ,i r |i r.:.iP ..- ;. l,' liiv, in,
: v iry- -....l ,i.-inui in i kini' up htri- -. !- tli 1 t.,i nit ...,-t i.-r t it W- li iVi' tilll\ ,:,iMn-
Tli :, : i l i-, :t. I fe,-i :l it' '- ll it it ,i ll,. r i ,i
li:.-.. L- I..ut thr > -"'-litar d l i .i t i bh c- <.ii. wt- : i
r il t ih, l. i i .. v ..l in i l t .1 -1. .,iir n ii
-t. t.n t --o .' If -ii i ,i: itir .-i Iirn. in r. i i,._ ti ..

f ,rIth til i. ii, -it -, .. ,t, I I l1 1 c
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14 0 t -.. l u 1 r ut t ,. 1 : ,;[ : i1 1 I.. h -
ilt', i_ it .i -i i- :_ iy ,, t -. I ,ii .!

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t-., bl tit. lji -t '"i [;.,'tiiu /t ', .il ill 1 '!-.

it EU tof. U t' o A.

Proceedh'li- of the Honorable Legislatlive

M oiiiii, -"/t .... I '2.- Pulrsl,- nt to the Pro-
(lampil na O H o, I n.-'" C, i n I E. '. C ,r,'O ,
tK.E t., t :i .I ..i i 1 ,7.' ari '! t of t li- ,'-
IWla ll, 0 ,:e r., ,:., l .. i,. ,-it th li' (1 o l
.i v i' las( i i i 'A 'hti1 ,'_ ,m'ii'rs ..
the Lf il?!. 'ic>. 'n!ii."i !, T ,i .'s-- i aof it-. -,-.
sMen i r..'- in i li : 'ai !'.l !a i t.e dip.ebh

P .s.,, i-- !is >'i, -,:" J ia'i I;', .. -'l i ,f "u ;rp,
l lW ; i ttW. C l n vi r e ,
T'l .' t, u i l,,;!, n ', 'i. "_. Ocslin-,
i .Tiin-, 1-1. Ti imuinith-,m,
i u s i:!' I r-l" .' y ,
S .i;r u t--, ' It R:e -?n!. .san'l
Ac-t.: 'Col. .e(tv.,
-; 'PTucker.
Orheipl. IthIt the fiillo'wvint M.-.s-i', g hpe -nt to
His Honor tih A.Ir.,inistralor-.thP asame to bhe. il,-
litv.-rd !.y the Hon. E. Harvt-y.
Mayy i/ Pleac, Yoi'r l7on,,r :-
ant ii'- ted by !Or. Pre-ioent atdI Cientlosn
olf Lhe slmiAvIre i.'mimiW'il io a rttqiint Ynur ionur
that heir Houiste bar met.
C tLamb r, 25th Ma.y, I1 ,2.
His-s H ,':.,r th!,- .dil tini s-tirat rr -t'irneil t-" I:.l-.
Icwio;i i ']e -.<,i. v :-
(No. 1.)
E t. OORi)DO.,
C ol c n.l i, .,.
.1 '! it'bi tralur piad l o'tl it'-..-r-it ('!. f.
The Alma! r or ih.e G'x-i orm-nt h.ues Ithe
li-nor Ito inrf.thel ifhunrahiWble ho L-gil.iive
Couni il tilnt ht will ,pr.n ii1. I'-'iil i i! Piulilil.n nit
ihis ,i y at 1 pa'c*,' ;, p.m .
I lifting ,"
*.9tli .lay, IS'12. j
At one o'clock, His Honor enlered the Coun-
ei! Cha~nuler, an-I the Houits of Aesembly har-
ing, by His Honor's C'onaln-iid, been .suim)nned,
and the Spt.eaket and House of Assembly being in
ai!enrlanute aecordliiily, lia Honor wvas ll-.ased to
opin ? he? .e-slioun withthe following Speech :-
(For Spleecb see another column of this Gaz:?lte.)
Flia Honor I!)en retired.
The Hou-e of Assembly wilhdbIw.
T'I'lle Speech bin iead from the _'hair, it was or-
dered that. lh'? Hon. J. H. Trniiunharn anid the
lion. G. -3. Tu-ek.i be a na)it ltee to prepare an
uilddrEss in leply to ibWu :tSpeech-4th, same to be laid
I)peor ei hie Couuil lt its .nexi. meetiag.i.
Adiouuted to Fu dav next, the 2ndl June, at
I .:30, t.m.r

Alsmr'-'.t of /Je Proerlin,,s tof' fte Honorable
Ho.,se of A.-eeml biy.
.loindJai, *20th .!i,', 1"S52.-Pursuant to the Pio-
clanmation of His Honor teb Ailtinis:rator of thi-
Gioverainent, COLrONEL E. C. A. GORDtiN', R.E., con-
rening the Legiziature-thle several m C-mbts el
'-- A., niet. at the Sessions' Hou-i, andi
Wh r. Keane a:nit Mr. Iill wailtedI upon tiis
li,-.nor tc.' nlcquaint him that tlh- House ihal ielt.
who heinga reirie.l reported the lfllowing Mes-
(No. 1.)
Colonel, R.E.,
ti.nmt :sr'ltf earid Co ,,1 ,.,.d r-in- Chief.
His Hon-Ar the Administrator of thp overnmonil
ia IMe bhonor In inform the iiitornamli? Hou-se of
i'-eoibly thit be will open it.o C''lotidl I-'rlhin-
tu nt. hil- ,I yl 1- I o'cock.
t.'!irtna," ih Min 1M .'?2.
The- Provopt Marabal G.,-noral suunmrrn' il the
i-Iousei nt Ile hour ai;.pnite..i, to alleti.1 Hi Hlit onr
Q tlhe Council ihuimbeihr.
The Houcr" w']ild lipon Hisi Hr.aor n-conrlin.sly,
when 'i.' n>-a.s pleseed to open thi- .e- iotni \iI thb
i',htwin.- .ipaPub io tue Legislativ- I _ounci .innd
Hn-u,- of .-.,s'emtbly-
[Fot Speech ne another Po!umn of this (azatle.])
.Ir. Wadlson intri-,',ue.! a Bill nf Supply andr
Anproprialiein-whiclh w-as rca'l a first time.
Ordered, on motion oft 1 r. Wafl-on that the
lowing mtessFage he sent to Hi- Honor Lhb Admin-
iiraior of tihe Go-vern'ime :-
MJay it Please Yoar Honor.
We aro dhliiet'd by tho' H -ue of Assembly to
aequ.r't that. Your Honnor will be pleapeid to direc!
,a nalv(rti6Ptnl, ito L,e insrltcd in the Gaz-tloss,
lor the Public Credit,s to render their A(counts
to the ('lerk of [I. M3. Cun-il rn nr before the 8th
d-ly of June next, made u) lo thu :3.1st day of M.ay
Sessions' House, May 20th, 1852.
Mr. Dill from the (Comniilt? appointed to report
n oxpitrd and expiring Lawa presented a Report
Ors,-P."'ti, h.tri 'ii) copt- of the aidt Rpport beh
p it i ji .a n tn1 ia'-iJel 1to .lmb,'hers af. tle Lo-i- ; ,it Ur''.
"ii.' .'.Itor~ ,'v' G',Dnet.-,I ,i tiei] that a l t.4k li-
ilai:-, ni-ar tHe SP-iiker' i_'hTir, in a .nctce to b -
liilinl :'i by 'v l 's .e a'-r, lor '- i., ti -i I .*ily ier-
.ini who m..',,'- -e nto irp-i( th.: Delib ts tf the
l-ioun~--\hich -v.-s e.l.i, ro.
O rerJed, ,,:1 :noi ol" M-r. WV. I. Frith ith:,l lh,
'.io i..i, ; ?,... bI -. n (t iS i i'uor ihi' A *;ii; t.or of itic. r--i nt ent:-
_i// y Plseas.' Yair .l!,--r
\ie are ,iir',esed bh the, l Hui-e oi A- -e',ily to
,'aits-t. i bal Ya .iir Huoi,',- will I1. itl- 's .,i tiio eii ac
't,11 i sii. u 1 t (hei el lecitot l it ,,Iii:u ir.,r lri the
l-'uia ; h ot '-,' ..7ic-; ia- ti ,,, ..l ..i r i n'.t. U- I i.;u,
:u. .a1 acy, Lrqr., klce.a*c:il
:e .- e i o n s "1 e :' .y "\' v 1 : ..h- 2 .
Otder,'],on moonoa ,f Mr. N. J. DI)arrell--that
Ihe receiver G'i- rial lie tcqittstei to ia;y beloi e lhI?
; itou'- the Puil-i i:' ,k3 cf.A co itlt.
-i : hi.,nrti' ih,.l- Sie'eai '. uplpoian sd the [ullo;wing
_'onui ite.s, -i.:-
T' prepare. -n au..ilr*s- in rp-pll' to the S.pech of
!is l-limCt t'r thA h lillilS i ri- i- s it'. 1 elti'inuwenl
"i t h- lip-taig ':.' til She-S'i<.ri--'hu Attorpfs-.t'. 0-ne-
tal, Mr. \l!in-ilap. I M'. K-Ante.
'To ieponrl i ii Ti'ia:uy- A iounfts-M-r. R. J. P.
Da.,l, Mrt. I'.,op r, Mit \'.i !i' .', \lb. T1vme, 1Mr.

A..\. 'lasei2.
To r-clp)r t ,n i.r i .Qiatetly ..-'i'ints-- IMr. Hr. J. P.
;l. ,l 1'i. :.-op.-r, Mr. S. A. Ma.ine Mr. T'nes,
;r. N. J. . nell.
To retpiitL o,'u rtl, OiLe .\tOfi cc-n iii --Mr" in. J. P.
.in r1ll. M.:. I'ynee, Mr. P. F,. J.fI'ueker.
The X',\ ti-ii.ral infitlt: Jed a !ill i t., con-
inu,- Ltia tl:, ry Act. l -A-wii.'cl vh *a".1' a la' r ibla,
Au.n- ,
A B1ll to atend .lanI conliuti, the Ofti.-ial Sur.
'e)oi's A ct In.--7. iwhi L. .' ,; I -. t1i1 ;I-t titii '.
A.lj.,.-itne-i to' W'ednce-lay int [t.

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From the ITnited Si ales nd( Europe.

The- Mil Steamer ''h, Coi..tain
Whitr-lilrst, aui hnr- d in AMirriry', An .:1n0r. :.- on
thli a;ft:-i.oa of SutaLy last, in jiu-t :3 d iys i tfro
NT-"e Y,,rk. h'. w.,i i.r.-- eult-1 from I:orniun' di-
r,. tl, inut-., p'..,t ,.; -. I], i .k r:i,[ry w .,= tl,.-r v.-hih
tl.u pirv ill...., S-.,i wi. t lhe:-r r.ihai f ii thief T.uwnu
\ ,.'r,- i 1 i,t.:. t,i C l.t in W hit,:-lir- t itr-d M r.
Pill -.. Frith f,,r i-i .:fit N.-w VI:,rk p:,-ri up ti : t: tli.-
.l iv ,.f lir i., iu'n .

LONTOwN, May *l2.-In thi? Hoi-ts.- of Commnr, u
this aftn=rnimon Mir. -'ii4. t.u:e ritovedi that the va:'i-
1u- -taief- iif the Reprt-'-ion bill nnd the adjourned
l-h!ltp I ,n ther- Aira.l- of tfnt P bill i.r pr,.'edIn. e
ovr .n .1 tihir busint,-q- uurtil the louitie ilall other-
i i- ord.'r. The miotiOn was earriu d by a rvte of
2.1 to 1.5.
The Arrears bill then passed its second reading
by a vot-, rf ,'I to 157. the auicnildment of Mr.
i'latr-Boot that it. is iucxp:-di-ut to charge the
:otcoli'latedl fund with anyp.tymrnut for arream ex-
cept in the form of a loinI htiviug been pr-i iously
rtjei-t' 1- bv a c vote of 2')ii t, l'I.
In tlie HeiH-o- of coiitlimi-thi nfternopou Sir
Willi:am H 'ti'ourt, Hinom-- Sertr't'tii'. -ait li ittc-.
tiH.iu had l,iv e tiled tn thie- pe-li :,f Mr. Divitt at
,.iLP l ihel-te ia wlii.h- the l.t.1r aj .I t'hat he w u,11 1
idli ri ..-ril tl.he ,u iticio of !ih ti,-k-Ht-,of-i.:-re-. I-IJ,
tott-.,j that the rrnort wei? veery otr.mli.:tory uni]i
:ilu .l n th'.- i.- r_ tily ',ri, oui tiu. '\' .it v i-'r\r D ivitt i...y ty,
hI' is will i:.,- tvk.l if L, -pi ak conutraiy to lawv an

Pi, -Li -i n,..t on tio R.P-pws---i.:,i bill.
r'or.x, Alr 2 --TIle Caorpir-niionu l n ofli.:r.-.i a
rw.arl oTi ( ,iiA'is fir lthe iliii:'s s'iy oif thio- liilirde-r-
it of Lod, Fred:-i:nl; C.iw,-oudi a l Mr. Bur.:.-.

Mr rDill.,n rem'imed.i tie debate nou the
Mr. 1Il.lI.I-to'-- s,'v0,rel' delouune-i-'l Mr.Dillou for
iulrii ,n it r:i',--by Lrf i-l'-iut to ,a---iit the aovern-
ii,-if iu .:ir yin tli;O w ill.
Ira Dall.,n i d.1. lvol that Ihe had always ilE-
u :lnueed nllgtr"es._
MIr. i l.i.-I-toic replied that in.tite-rs to illeg liri,: i-
wer-: re--l .--il:' l tor t e lo.l u o l:,-qlueu.?i .
IMr. Diil:in ritiruue-l thl it Mr. l'l.l-tone 'had ,lde-
,.lar.l tiat -Buy,.:r tti .i wia.t lezal.
1,Ir. Glad-toiu..n -piAk with great passion. i-Ie
said the Iii nuIi ,nnt. iontno'n them-i-lves to:, 'rcitatint.r
for eh:iuges- in the Lion. law, or whatever they miav
dec,,ire, 1 hie?s'- tp-'tinla private iidgi-rr-i t and
liberty of the p:-iople. In regard to the ohijietiou of
the hi;ih juie, a-- to thie superes;-i.:-ou ot juiie-, he
de-larnd that if Parliarnout were to allow the jiudiGie
to int-rferre in tlai framing of the bill they xiul;:!
r nba:jl:,u one,1 of the tino-' important i.f tre
,,-,:.,r in t. Hlf 9sii.1 he. thl u'!t. t he iin)ti.uti,-, of
srpi:ial! tibni i, hbut that cquestio
Intu he i 1-..-i.-- l i coinom itte,. No good s.oui.
'tm-. if t prolonged :i.- ''-i:in uulk-s it was thi? in.
t.-iil'.in i, ,,trie m .inp i,l,.,- i- *:x i.t:.-iate atijiw o-i-y
hi-t we-i, Eui-'l Lt..i ..l Ir. ,lI. lH besuught thl
H .iil-. iI-Iu tt :.l.. ru, 'h- ill.
The utter.ini' i:,f Mr. Dillon that provolelt Mr.
Gld-toue'- ,itt:v.-k iniplil il :itt evi ti ins wti-ctO rol te
.ulp'MaHle OInralte. .
M ir. Pit-:hi-e, consirrive ninber f.,r th Tower
h[aull--t, stated that heo would not :rote ftOr th bill.
Sir Statrrli Ni, th.--,te 'uidl lie rt-r pittal this in.
t,-.ti:on. 'latev'-r fuilt ni-s'lit be ft'onul with th-i
_ovv.-rmila t's Iri-:i ',,li-'y theill? ,., e iv.- ,ulght
ti .ire Ilidi v.ite r the hill i i t hi- int i-r--ts it
pi ,;i- nI id or..: i. Th- -.h'iuld i-1 to uU.,i.i-ttin
. .. n. .l iu th, i'li' nlq ler..
-. i' ,,. i-!:, e r i ij .- ,r f.,i 't l i.'-
L., NO i tII-- i D O0ill. Th, Ihi-h, he- f- i.i:, hii t
u .. i to r. t-t;)I ill tiht a.i.nim iii-trA ti.-in of Ir.- .iu-l i6
'' ,l-i. .. .it '- I ti iti i-.** into c lni tt.-e
.u th.- p --i-i..n bill iw .- a.' -ia alj nl,.' ,.: w.itl
t.'-ii, .'i.w ,, i iii'it i-ti...n f ?ii. i P ai t ll.

, t:r I. '. t. ; ',- 1 -. i' ,'-.,! -. W -i- it.

T i ... a e',,'t, l.i,,, .,1 :- ,.f tr. I. i'h ri,
i.,-i'- .,i:,1- iri- tiiiit ? l:. DiI,- .-- e.-,'i, in ti,._-- i-, s
1,[ i"'... u i]'il, V. iu ..p p uii u n e 1 : i l ii t,
wht.. l .i i r ntl. .l i .. -i i -i l i6;.m,.ri,il tM, l l-

.' ut .- inl s if it pr l --i'.'l .ill ,-w dI-i. tIf [,
..i'!. i" it, .:ou-i,,ju ..-u,'- of '\lr. D ill,!,<'- +p:iee,:!.''
Trli- fi ,',, .V 'i-s vr-s it lhliv-,.s thatit n tlhe-?veitA
o.f ut ti:..- r ,t.. ii:tirn of 't'iu i' -..ri --i t. ill -l tihet p itl-i f ath ine !-t iprt ,u theIlA ..i nii.-aut ,ii-
V-L. n :-l ii.'i i .Ir- i ih -L ii ii thitN hei rs
fi :l.vl :. r n '. -, ,,r ;. ,I. l l 1 i f rt, p-,r,' ..ion .i 1 i ?.l' i i
.: -', t bill ha ,"l prb.'er othi.:' t.bu-int s.
,-l -it. s [---p i ci'D .,-i ?l .' an t A l i i' l'Cl 'nl.u r.,
;h -..,- !..:t'tti r..-i to f...lioi ,- MJr. P i' ih .. n. .:,l

'i .r i, .l u il. o i al iA -' I !! i-i
,,i, t i i i .' i .i i,. l i nr i, r. P .ir-
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SL', i si l I'--, .iiolJ -M.f. l, .ii' 'I tln ,..

-. i-t DER-PBY-"li.Tiovrn V\'INe,
_LO';;N ., Mnt 24-.-Th.-. '..-- I,- s' ,vi fint,. [t
". ..... vi l,, h ,*'al'.li,:' .s' , t'1'il A II' ,-a.. i i i 'e ,.z =

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-i it bt s.; i- hhi M it -w .il : l ,I o'i .'iI r..,i t.. in

,, ith] S .:!n., t, .
Th,: ..;,* ','*;ia ti*t hy I',,' D ii;.' ti W ,.--ttniuin-te 'is
,h,.:. lt filly .-:'i..a.:vr-r L.ud On-il,] r.;' hiay i:ilt
Q ii.- u ,'i -".--. -l l "[r P L J- 'll.ind ,iie, -
l]:|t ...ll .- iil tlii,,!. .' _r. i' R y iolll's b..i ,.,it
t-,,-. -, t i !'iV i t(- slt i, I t -,T .b'l -.
"'L t ,r- ... I -'fj r \.]: w 2:i."i : )-. The betling
i! 'si,. I --''li l 1- lu la it iii \vI < ,~a J. 1.
F ile 'T.tNLEY -T.AKS e:i- V.'t.i !'i Mr. ,' J.
Le i -rl'e b. B.--in:. ; K ." -li .n .i : \'il.I D iro li
? sl.

Ti.I NEE'," i;':-:A.N IN Ai" ,'.'ti'i.' i. H.
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i' of Vi.- i ii tI- n--i .iitiila
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Y'.ntl- i i i'*.
May Zuth, '--2.

DE.fl lMR. LEB.-I was plrtsent at a very large
azs-iull.2,. of people Iat the- Town Hall, HaTuilto.u.
i-n Thutel,.y c-vetiur n .it, fotr th,? purpito. of or.'-.-u-
i/iu'e n Fr.-ir -' Clib in thi, Poi-h. ,:.,e- rll
ih,:,hll-r .-f tt, W.arw-. k Club were ir.--eit fr thO.,
putpo.. f i-i-tiui : iu tI.? woik. rt'. Lo-lw:i.rd.
..n:.E- ,-t tis -. 1 l.--at.:. ot that Chliu i u tf.rtC .:d tle mit :t-
,.- that h,: wI.I not peT,, :. d to i .1. their Rul,,-.
.as tlym v, ijt tiA l t i ,mi-,, ],but wI_ ld 1.. ,quite-
r.,P r..r.Ily, '1i whou thi Clu('b e-ould hl.vI? them as .1
y"' .1-. l a thi: io:,p s-,-..-m wi- s-- nim'rly
v.-r th,.y, rh. Pe (',. Clul, ,.,- i ,I not do: in1-..h
I,.. ..ti1 i:ktitir-' oitic-rs, to 1.t' ro -:-y for a start,
S. A. Mf- Ft-i-. F-.t, wat the-n i choen (.ChatitIIIt,
tiud MrT.W. i JT. ell, i,-s t i. Mr. J.
.,htil.-i, a iu-ill,.-u -i of thi- W irwxvi- k CiiL I ( w.-i :.-k-id
fr intrinmatiou a to the oai-iu of the W, rwil:
PLiantrt-' 1'iub, whii.Ih hedit it a veryv cui.-iU -ma in-
nue. He -i..is1 he -a.i how ner.- --iry it wn-a t- formi
- it C('lul.., and the 'o:,,.td whit.h hIt i lren?:ldy r-I
-ulted- was iimot i-hi. rinzr. It iwas nte-ee-nty that
til- Clut,b should w,.rk hiinnomisii'ly au.:l inuuni'ou,
if tli y l.lipel t'.. 1i t lly --r.i vd with siit, -.
J-.. 1- 1 -,I.l -I ...A. f the R, -,..,l, ttoi, i4.
A. 31. Oiintl-n iui.'-, 1it ni.).t i:ad-rin.' ad-
tip'-.. H-- -iid Ii'h h.t-d tw,, rea,-.-u for ste:-Mii onil
thn- o-.;a-i-i u. ',n? w,.,s Ili-' Ie-in- a relpe?,-o0itativ,- of
th.- 1,ri -h il th;. C-ilouial Pi.nhiam:enteu. nd as beilu
a niiuellb,-r ,.,t the i'- orporniti.:.n of IH.amilru. HI
-.dl f..r v-- -'rs Im. h;d II:-ut -tripvin'" ti:. get.- the l iSheds
thlirwn pun to the l-p-tile, ibut hie was al.wa.,
ruil-1, oult, .iu.1 ..11l=., a Philistine. HIe inf-uriid.
th.- i lie I -tis- u.l t :in otuiilu l e :-il 1plaut'r, bit was
1.1utnit-u s'-e.1 of mother kind which:- he hl-1i.Iu
w,.,Iiid up Iand I.- tlihe ivrkiniz in,:.n of our
i r. f-ve -1.,k:. hi.,'lIly iu favor of thli
n, -, ,.iry iOf l..i\iu ? C(l l,--i, :,nt iuf-,I.t i-tl the,
tl, riu tiht he bli-ii-e.. the tie llt? hi n-ow arrive
ti._r ut to awaken .it t of our -lutill .'f .-.,i ftlitm oui'r P;./..a .'-'s m WW.".,', v.hi-l
WI is. ..iih'i" to av\-e itir .oitiuttry. H-Ie spoke of an
,., minu by thi ui n oit'f Juo," Cob, whio w hliid 1een a
-] itV.. anii ILOe 1'uilt the r:--os.:-- t Pulpit in P nul.,'
I 'hulir' i with Io oithlir t..u-l. th:u a -hi.-l, haul-
aW- ,ti i lltith, -r '; Iii wis joked on ai b.l-int' a
P'r-i,,li-t. .Tu- t 5.)i y.irs a .. 1, lr .,-li, ted what-iq
ut.i- .- i. .l.:iitlv .-.tniong t..i p.- 'Thi-s Pr-_ilt, t in-
ti.,t intrl -hi" il.t\e aft-ir tiy hardl bhe u -n .-t fr,.i, that
th.-v w..nll sle.--p .:,I ye.u'- lit ti. expiraiti:onu of
Shio-hl tilhit-, thli- country woull .iw:icaken out of its
l--thnuity .nil then itake- rapid on-,ward strid-i? to
i itlth a id ,-.-iti,: lh-. Mr. Eo- rail Joe's proplhe-v
.i3-l ti :p.i--, a wi -i very plaiulr tu be ,-en iby
all. F.:.rty-eiqht y.-us had 1.1- sol, auid we atre ulow
i,.liilnu t.-. *t up steoaim in dite fornu, so as to
Ie in full workhwi-y lidr wlitu the time.arrived.
It .,,,i w ia it ti' ? pr.-ph-et, i.-nr peopl>at wt-re not far
out in tlxin'- 185': a, our stirtl.-u year, aind thly
are ..s'-in- tj stri-ve h3r. l to have. tia ny -new iui-
p-,rivemneunt a ps:,.sibi.. -,.i tliat we will b : in work-
iu.e order 1by the year pritdicted.
T. .T. tiiti-"l.idl-e-, spoke in faror of i rgan-
ihin-- th- (Cluib. iand thera lolt to delay in
.l, l.,iu'n'.
Mr. E-..n;-zi:r Dell made a velry len thy speech,
whi-i oi,-ipits1 a -,l oil-le lttlt- tim'-. In. iiiuV
S .,:A = l.:ni |- :hli.-s ,iily i ln riede ceetius, arid thit
ft' t iia-. titi,'e.i l...I Toii-sday la.-t at. Mee-Iih nie,.'
Hall. Would it u--t 1I,.. t.-tter to allow five minittea
tI.,i .:h -.ak :r: Th-u tht- -[,ee:l.-iIt L may be l unade
litunre intur,-iti.' Mi and more per-oui. --be allowed ani
oppi:.rtiuity i.,f ivi'l'n ,:xpr.--;i.:.n t,, their view-.
I trust this will .e ii.tad:. : rule .iud n.I obsert-.l :at
all iunr inetitug'. Mr. B. spokse-f the benefit
d,.rivahble fr,.mll the f-.iit n.tiii of th,:i v- (.'lubl ; aiud
tlh:-u s,:.-ke -I.,f t Pool.e-' St-:iii-er uid thit Evideuce
that hid ,' It- a I :.I..L i op),orlu illity .ple ite ultp to
th-m,?;', it if tl y- : t thii- ilp lt) ti- .i-', h lm iuds
iu th,. l ,.in.- ot thl I .,,it.ili-t, -- e .:.ul. 1 Al-
-.iiv rt: 4ret it, i.Nvi we w.I:li -e wor- i ofrt
t M i, x. ,.r. N t -pri .,.u Th-i t it nit-' t- i ttiln,
a -ii w.- i t-t -tri t.:, re -,:nt it, .-'t l that i-
. .:,i t..1 r I- '.--, t l t ih t.. fl.-iht, and our
p.. ,,t.! nin-t Lh....1-t ,_ :. r...'.n l- th,:I !,yI .-I_,- t, anud we
,.-ill 1. iii.t, t.:, in ti.- -.1 : 1 ,i-- -it t rt iii r voi- r
r .-'h. 1..: ivini- it di- ...u-ilera:ti..n, a- it is
s.' ihi b that ,?- inMt V. rC,-iC ll-'-l. Mr. B. urged
hi, th-l tr... ..--ly, to -- l 1 i. t t3,h- P-- i,, S' ti.-lts.,r.

H -. i tit. an. ,qi lt t P t tibd -,. 1pn. ,1 ill'

C-,rv h i-,vt-. I thi : i il .i ulii- isi t'- tth -rhit-h

Tie ,' .si.i ,li.,:.,l -lip'-d ti:tii.n-i- ar--ivt-r
r i.i iti- i, it l ..h tiiti, ti-i- *:)..i i y i b.ctia-
bI',-, n lt in iur -..- tii u y : lie 1hath-i- v-a -u..i -led, ifor
Ifii- tI h i n u I. A, why .l-, A i'Ir. it I 'ii.' to l lre to;
ith. tbn -,:.l. of thi. I eti-n--- or tmir -: teal y th-,
'iut -it,- did not iln.-t ?u ti h- exp. i-ii. -, wfitl i s tia

i it m ,It i," .t- l pit,t th- r p l :-, i tau
T l-- i.-l ut sit i.i-' ip'-i tl-p un-e- ar. ov-.r
I p, ,iii.i ,r i.ntl, i Ih -i- i toi ri i h a relia-e
S prW ii ti--d A **f itl.? an, ;ui l .-iil ha ive been
rVi.iI t o-ir StI.-n-Stip meu '-tim h.1- tih d e1 pi:in- itted,
-.. I u it. th .i i i l. li.- I .I -th i -.. l Vt-u it uaf
tlnh 't iv.-t t.:.k -.i it -.... h .r our ..--t ml etalh .h.
I IC. n. t t k a iii ,h i n .- uld t havi b:ei i c-.i lled, if
:11 tie ne-e i pi .i, e l h.--.. t ..-u Th.e
,i,- t i t i. lI. n t : n p..1' ..-' t un ..til it ithi ?
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