The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder

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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
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Bermuda colonist
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Gibbs' Hill Light Station at .'rnii '.i, .',-' i.I II.'
23rd and 3i.itli July 1.:2, heghlt ai..e tile 8.-a
,%here the Rogister i3 kept, bein- 246 ieert.
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July 31-Mail Stamenr Orinoco, Fr:-,er, Nea
York; Mails and general irgeo.-Agents, Trott

July 25-Schr. Mystery, Hill, Marntiniqic :-I,,
empty hlouherids.
26-Brigt. Alfrel, Young, Fernadnina. Floridl.U.

Inthe Mail Steamer O,'-,i,,,:, on Suuntay truon New
York:-Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Peats.:.u, naptaiu W.
J. Boggs and Dau-hltr.r Mr-. .1. J. Fri-rTell, MIs.
S. F. Frisw-II, Citptain H.-n -:., Cp.1:11
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Messrs. R. C. LiLrhttu:,iiru, HiiAry Mir 'n,
J.L. Sanford&Jo'&eph Tow-nsend. l*. .'./'.,,--MrS.
James E. Barritt ntl F,:,n, .To-elih F. MAy:-r
Edward Dun;omt.ile. Fre.,-:ii.-k A.\Tw,....1, RL.-diu
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\\'. ree ut to.-l ,v a .:ii.:faiuls prep.ied t itr..'it
of the Export t'B-rui,.'i P. ..Ji-": tEli,:
('ri. .- .i-'.. an <. 1 -'-2, i. -I i,: iuhave t.-. ,-.,o .ra- tul.t .'
ii h Lountir .CalW-- hAII i-Lt Takiunti ti tlues
,-.f ihe ai j e cct f-.:.It in tw .ustoln-, ti .tratlu':
.-i s i .-tjiu p .t:,-. ln tet ,.idhe, -,,n o it.iiuitht t i- l
S.lit 1, ~i 1t- t v lut,.- of the cronp .ni v. L. -h': t.
.,th l',rly u- :, t,-he truth for .dll -.t:. .al purp. -
s'e-. 'J us is the i';- ii r. i 'tll l.l -? i01So yCt TX1-1"l't'-'i,
j. i.b'1ly -lihe -i a oIf the 5. *' Or-to'-.:'- n l -h
2 tih "M ay u- -n .1t.11t0 i ivalhi-. is tir- ,:i-i

S.ite ::u in,:rea-,.el an l v..i:ic piPo peity. Ail
exsantlitiol however f thte tact, vill :.t 1,prod'.e as
satI -f-i,:.:- A pictui.- i;woiuld :,i lit L -i,-,ht appeal.-
The ,r p.iLti ns maide i, r the ht-i vst of 1S'-2 welt
tn a iu'rt es.xt-nive 's,.de--hi ni- relcut- :iti:td-A wret'
11,, t lil c-'ally prl vM,-d .id ,, l t rge jT..unt oi la- as exp ended in tillage. A very l.iri.e pro-
portion t of it ni.u w-r': put dlIwn, rind as th-R -
sequel .-how,. h.,ppily t-:.r th. I'Pl:ut'.-E. Th, quiu-
tity of ral oniou .-eed plant NI wn,- al.o lar.'e. A
IL'.re than ut-uvally liri e !r;l.ra \va.s pl.aLte,'i out it
potato s, hi view of tl. pos-sibly good in. rket in tle
bpriui-: in the Uuitted- Stat,-, where Autumn
Ptat,- t w :ie bl'ui- n imprtad from Eu'olpe iu ,ron-
-ei <.lt e oif toh- sI-irt crop in thi American Stati-.
Thie ':,ii:>i S6ed put dowu early ,hew-d its
J.-f.;ice-u.-. Th- eturuas pbl:iuts frnim a 1bttle of
e,:d tun':d out,1ly h,.l.w the- atciage, aui a
ii .0.e .i p.'rti-.u of the. e-l Iut down ,lid ut no-'er-
nuuatte ii a !. N,-w scd -Ia unol lproturable, iuwl
iu ..1. in .-iun ;n OLiaU bed-- t'-.v,.. '.iy toi,-,
u" t.-li-.,. Still, u .twithtsia [i l f i; thi -re ,
S-, -. a 1fli. i:nt ,uaurity of pl.,ut se- t *
t: waivrriuit a :'rp otf .ibuiBsi tar i...\.- the a';eragne.
It 1"s well knuw,,n tIht a veiy lrvrce poportiont oi
tbr- t rp in the- g.rotund N,.'e whii:.- ,uioutin, .inil,
while tile 'i,| ll qut.iutity ft red ,ui-
Ion' vet [-iroaiLi-el '.::ell, it w..iVa, i.ousidi-'dt 1.y many
litu.i.-t to find sti oe outlet t'ol a pi:,tion of thl.
wire uui:ou-, aud, by thus i-liviu- tihIe Americ--au
Ii.,i:e-t. to secure .ett .r price.- thlai bh-. prevail. .l
in l I, whi. a the et, pro. eedi.s vi'elei a rinnu.-s
r-turu t,., otu- Pla-uttir. The I o ivemer t begau in
iatt!h', P.,ii-h, ,i, d, t,:v, i., to tihe l t .-toti I o Mr.
.lar, u-.:- Penistoa, it exteudt-d to all the Piri-i.hes.
Ti.. pr.i-,o,-litiou ite was to s.n i a cargo :ontri-
olut-- i-v Planter's -iI--ripti-.-u t. Iidou, en-
trust iu4 it to Mc--rs. Trott ( 't:. who ere t
pr,.iid,..- siuit:tblt -te-ami-lp tl i, h that market
i-, the -uLd of April. Thie -utbj,.t awakened n,:
ba1|uti iutertit : ani, though tlhe otlbj:t f i '
Nre-a'ou of thle short uibL-criptiiis to iatkht- uLp it ar-
-'_) -.i.i f .boxe-, WlItet Onious, t!.e.- agitlition le,
tO hili.r r ults. u.n t wNithout thiir I.,.:u,h iunl u-
,: noU .' thi h .-,.ll Ulni[ty. At the same tilKe .M"S
TrI.'tr t Cox, tiuu.l-, in the course, oft Apreliminarj
einluibies, that a -t.auanhip uvailaile the trad
wa-i not easily ihad, the majority ,f wte irn-,hip-s
p,-i fr a-harter btingr alto'.,ethi-r unuIitoed to ti,
tril.- of ermuda. i Th. T det- uti,n tollo:,wing thi
lo Wdtn' of i TverniI-nt toess alnd i-enerl it ',
itad reawd it inupo'-ible to put -uichl a ,-teamship aI
w.n icqiired- on the tl-rth, ,nrid tsetuire her arrive:
hei- aund di-patIih at thlie proper tice. Thie n unai.
rilly warmseason hi-tue.- the ripening of the cror
;i d i -equ-eue of dcry wei their enabled the Planter
t,, reap ail hip in excelhnIt ,Irder a auptrior qutil
i y of white c-uons 'rhe Agents of the Qut-be C('ompany. obsenriui that the c.i,
wi would be early and that it woull mAture iu rapi,
.i'-,:e-.ion aud- probably cime tto a clt.-,e early
in aUl liti.-u t th'- third cte m.-'r .promi--d WEi- t re'-
on pr..I.ur.-d the Bermud- a nau extra e.trl'
aui ,l-.p;:itcth1d h.r ou th-'. th Ap'is. M isrs. lug
1W a i^.. f&Y r ^. t m "ra-irt t" rir-T -,Tp u -fr'i
"i-t Altil ii. hI r olither ,i I t ilt5 i-ln tl, ilh ian,
:r'.:' l.V T-he l Q ibe". C, t l-ui h.:rt ,.r-. th
I L.e---tuga'" *--anu .-xtr Satiruday tnight bo-at inak
v W'- tn ans .sili a,.d onet ttip oi-n the 14t
1inue ,' thi: d -idu.n'y suppmlle-in..-maryl t-..p -te ilel
Th.- '- Fi oi l.,-.r.:-,iuxh" nLile t-.:tr trip-s .-11 t u, t( r
,,ipp -i ttt- Itt 'i- c-I s rili t --I to a xve-y Sillal --
The opii..u i -Af the IN-ic- N-: it-Iuttnrkutn is de"uId
-,liy in ffiv,:r of steam tofu.,e for trausportin
A"icultural Pr:Iduce. The D-ipts of crop t .ae heavy durin-_. April ailt 1 May, au
to pla.e .vith adv-.iutaie the 'tufi musd t 1-? prioLl
I v handled. No le-s ttaiu five .teaiamhip, were en
leove-i in thi- movement of Produce during tl
'n-,, .,..-aon of 1%2I to New York The Contra
Ste:imship *" Orinuoco" iu her 13 voyages front Jan
4 to tit- en-1 of JTune buried about one half of t1
wh,.,lo v.iluite oi prolli.:- shipped throuith tl
Quei.,-.- Ste.tnL-,hip Compiarny. The "' Flanborotug.
t i:,-tra ..r.p -te.ain-,hip, in 4 voyagee, earri,
l,.,t, th in ouni half of tile quantity of cionios tak
1.y the Regtular Mail Steam.n.hip Oi-inoo o"in hi
i; v,.yage,. about iune third ,,t the potatoeS, a
ruiie than three qurti:s ,o th:l t...antoes, wh liile t
vatu.: wnas one-l-f l. During the irst three- month
,,f the y ,tr-c..nprtui'i se ,.in vyu-a,"s tihe to
Ir..,dut.e hipp.ed by the. OriunoUi" would ht
nadle hut on -,rdi'n:ry' ir. o. Thie "' Or(inoc's I
lmadd 1.,1t .' vva:e- inu wh,'liu h-,' I.,- a gu
cargo. The voyag'e -.. tl,- 22r.d Jin.l. i- a !L m
manuit-t, ecuitris.ting with th.a f tlioe ;3It .t
lI .S Ili: hn over .s,10u lbox-s ,auonin.- Strt: sliup
-the li-'it .1-hipleniit of oniun- vt-t m de-a.
Lo, r, -ti-ii ho- ; -:hamra.::e- i ot tlthe tta c..<:-ja-n,
IVil .-lihi- m l t, ontiuetpl rill thi ii'.ld -' rcf .Ti
whau nrut a i.'.t ,'i...u) rmuiun.iie in th' L-r,.und
ltt. In 1 > -lhit utn pn racti,'lly .'t.,.- lyv
middle i.t .J1 i.: iimly a mouth c irli,: r with -'e
thin leaned up wx..rth h.idliun.. Tle CoCutr
s. :tladi-.Iud up...nrlt trn ure ght-ot I
du.... f..ur ll'lre thai t ,., rnI.uths-, picklxu- up -il
x,;ii-el s thr.:-.. ;mn- h. vi-i-' to dept.-d
:. --.a d uti.ig- duriunin ttily ,ix' .ii'utli- il
-.,i. And hlnt., thi.- ne.- -uity *t
tIak, i p .t l'nih ii "- t .,t ..erid lor the- w',tiLt. 01 r-.:

0( ,. A'out th..ii l.'e oif Matu.-'. qntte.
s l .te 'lc, h.t:-d I ., 6 ., by thi. enl ,.,t thli.- i
with a li,-.t, n:v-ut the tir-t week in A
decliniun- t.. warls .the tii Idle at that mnicuth t,
till.:.u txie *2th April they t.i, .hed :; when ii .
,ame, .,i the settlement otf whi.h t p' u.te-:
xn hole t ., : th.. -rotp e- -a...u. It wae .-x pp....
New Yorl: --r it tf-ul quite c...Unvetui..ut t-
lirv,', li t l ,r -e r.: ,..:'il t.- o f red .,n. ,u s w .o u l
.-.t.,in to ,:n the L.irge r hipmti ts t-
ni:ld,- ct white,auil the Wr -.hinou tn Mark,-t -xh
eId a, tronn' I-t"r teeliug. H,.-.,ded ,by lthe- \ ,
Clii, Plantt-t Clu ,- ha. i bl.ei t.ort e ill t1 "ih
ri-h ith t'.,. o. putrpt-t rf :n,'is u
i.,t e, 1l,y I t .... -oper.'iti'. svAt 'ri o-f -fc.- :tiing
thbr..nlih an ag.nt and. ju.iiug of fai,:. iirabl
.+ i~tte |ri -I! ~ v,:. |' h

p I.:, n tit.kf of txing .1 i l y eith,-r iL In' Inhl,
waid .-r whitlhol'lin; -tuhff. Thi-e Parish C
ui.ay b. ., rue invalu-ible of str-u'th it
-- v'i.l. r.,i.tiu: :of prm.patitaii of land, p1-n.
.y i.-:,i ', p. i>u-'., -ILi.appiun, and mirketiLug. -
[.T.S. rei,,rl:- fa, vuraiblc to .su.-h o irg.iuiz itt .in 'ere
last in the A1 ,',. .,,, t.*: t i tile A urtum n of I ,v
o a ra -t, reu,-v to t,. mt ,,ti 0.lo-I for 1,, hn. llt ur.d
ulinx- ite-s it .- o.-of the utppr l:.arih.-. The -(:
au-i ti.* ..t an.i ulturi't-' in th. f' Towl 11 ill, I
th ?iltou. in S --l't lr -t, t.:. -u le:-1vo r t pl a.
.t._rt-,ulttii'r l iutere.--t ..u a 1. re tit:ito'ri 1
(nh. th.. ;,i,.t In.s ils the s-ev,-.l parishes to ma!
V -. -i, ,lii, at to. L.-m. ..n, e.timultted the or' sui
.. ,;l Clul-. whi pi yed their .part In th;
in tc
f,, it i.:,ti i'Ir'i"'" lt- Il in thn:,,in. fIt. I-
oen e I .i, / ,, ',' 't, ,i ', '.'. "
jan I i ,, t .1..,,,t, 'uli to tii.:oura'. e'
I1-..- ~n- a..n ve a:-, Li..iltuni ag-ent- m each p1
A, L- "., thi ,-- St itistkal itit.nrm'itit i1, aud ,li-- min
",.efi' l luld i. --.- .i f;1- ',t fo.r ti', firthir' .u:

a- Iicul a'. thr -i-,.out the -'- .ith rC,.tr-
t'u.i.' t,, I'-' itp, fo. ji Lx inplt,it noiildbe interest-
iug toi kuoi'w t al I u inti tity of seed that failed, the
direct io.t ft l hol,.ur ;:ul seed involved in that taiil-
uCo, aud ni t, it result. d from the I:tlhur expended oin
th:- tdu. e .no'l its >.:-st. A bo-tihk to tli-.
xNv, Yovk ia.irketminu t.ud our ,own Tierihanuts ap-
p:-itr, to be cutirrtaiued 1.y many of those who be-
i.u- rto or srupplort these Planr.-'i,' C(lubi. Thi is $a
jui..taken fe.liung The New York marketmen rmay
hav-' conidanl.':le to' do inr iuLtainin., prices, but
thy cannot abl.solutely control them, sinee they
must, entirtly depend on the well kuowu law o upijply anwld deadu. Our ownu merihauts have'
d,..un ius.h toftrter a'-rikuiltre giving out supplies
o'u et'y i.rni. oi course with a view to their own
pitoit, and ofte-n ittt,:ded with tmuch ri-.k, char-.ring,
wheLn uouip tr.d -with other plates, a iea,.ouaible stui
tor int-it:.t and attendant risk. It the-e Planters' aie properly worked they Nmuit prove ai valu-
aMe adjutaint to'the m:-rclihant' h,-re, while inipart-
ing a f'ee-ling of iner.ia-ted coufideune among the
Ainerii..tu niarketinen, and other from thcl cu'r-
g.ti,' supervision.u the spot of production. The'or partner if Trott & Cox proceeded iu th(
!iLl sti ve:mer t.oN Ncvw York, empowered to dispo.)s
of in that marliat, ur re-.hip to London for sale.,
lair.e part :of thjl- cargo of the *' Orinoc',," as i'r.
cur.t:an'cest jiustififil. The r:-,,ult of Mr. Trott',
trip wa-i thli. dir,".-Jil of tthe whole I!rgo in Newe
York at au ininuddi te iiprovt-nient of 25 cents a
boxs, and a ginu'al itrengthliuing and advaiixelaen
of lorie-. FI' II'I- mnid.ll, ,.,f M.Ly o iA.--ns adv.zui-'.
to U and a fI.vrnight later tea,.'led the highest
pri:e had -inu:te li. middle of Marc:h. From thi,
)iric'-se' I -del, e'...'iung tr thr mrnll -hbiprn,:at ly thb
Orino,:o" the bhird x ct-k in Juiet- at .1 TIh- rei
iiuiolus were alUo't :.u entire failure', tlhe lInal
quiiantity ' ,f pal:ints bheint striirk witl
disease. But tlui t:1. t er.i:d the i ...u t i y, uiiltliun
the New York xirke,-our natural mtarke.:t whi:l
we must always' m.iiuly to-:to, ai'sonrl) oil
Mt:.-k of whit,: ttion-, lui'kily of good quality at
tutr pri,.e. Such a h:ippy a'eidcut ..mun:it Alwayv
be relied 'on, aud'herefore thtI Leg-i-Laturre lia-: ad
provin.iou to c toi iagt- dir,;,-t shipmeunt-, to Loudo,
to rt u:.e oii tit ,t.,k ot oni,.,ns ;ivilal.,le exptl
t..) the Amneri,:.a. market, aun to prevent ,our ow
wealth of crop bang tuned to our on-u dis.idvanut
age in that nairklt, thu-. preventiug a club Iein-
ucid to brick tiul own bn.'ks. The av-rage price
tor ollions was 3.i*) per box, on those -hipped i.
steamer, and ou c he nhole: trop .3 1-thus liewii
that a limited quantity of god tutiff expoitdf ait
tair price is the uot deli flil.- from. -very -tud
POTATOE9 -Tht averlag:e price of p'.t: tt,'e wt
1 1, 6 p,:-r barrel m those shipped Ily steamuer an
I1s. I per barilrel oi t16e wh 'Ist export. Ot1win, to tI.
. etir-ity ot 1.:irre-l, onion rate, were largely tuse
toIr pa. king and t.iesv have been re:duoe.-d into l..:i,--3 bxs. to I ,,bl. The general yield of po:t:
toe, here- is uot rge, and though pries may I
high the net-t out'ine is hardly is g. .od as mioderai
Spr'.:-, h:il in oth'r i.oiutries. About the middle (
I ,y, p',ttitoe.I be'annn: similarly infeted a:I onion
. p'riets d4Lijin.', ,ut th m:u'ket ,tittened and rat,
1 by the middle o. une ruled at 22,-, whiu ao
market wasalmoc.tared out ,ef sto'k. The ,get
-, eral returns from )At itoie were gtod, the derian
a .iuIou-il'., y stead- and prolonged, aud pti-.r-s un
- Iliailly well muainulned.
ToxMATOLr.-Thi export of tomatoes was larI-
p and prices geuera-y steady, averaging 1 3 per beh
1 on the large esxprt. ,t 121,i."i) )..,-se, while tl
, lualitv waS- ra"ithli au iimprovein:ut .,n the ordinal
- bn,-. O viLnr- to ti,? c..ri,.itvy .f l i -s,, ouni.u i itt.
Y were much used. have -eeu reduced I
- It.,xi-. .is 4 ,.i5.iltbe.-ir.t"-- ,.Uiezu-..-LtaO
"t -"Ii7.httheum, parfLfn.r 'vhen Ijp:,er wrappingI
i i.penied with. In ,i-,i:l a larga. nd neat,
' bo)S is used th:au ii jinonu here, aitd the tquesti.,
ma.iy 1..e rai,ed whetherr e imi4ght not withadvauta,,
h topy their pr.-.tke. 'l e quality ,f the Bermud
. Ti.,tatoc does r-t etandtavotrbly in the N.-w Yor
ai market, only a f.-w chol) brabndra find ale fur ith
better class of eity tradi while the s.lTe it bulk i
t. hawked outidt, anid so vartinu in uinifonnity a
tlhiy that is 1diffult eftcet large nales t/'i,
g whit.h tendb to depres ':ic-..
it BEETS. &c.-The expt. of beet-, keeps up an
d affoids a fair return., e ee no I-aionu why. a
t- hinted at by Colonel GLtion in hi., addren at th
it- ,pet-Liug of the present pion of Parliamuent,u ou
he planters should not mni nvary thcir Irop., and cul
':t tivate a large proportioif good marketable v,.-~t-
Y. tables. EJ:peinu':e hagugge-ted nmany ilinoar.
he mrtuts, aud will ,till l'fe t,.ud to ilpti....u ou
he agricultural staples. ie- ul,-idizing a line o
" ste.une-rs to New York ie au impetus to otur agri
ed culture, and the unplov'ut in that service at. one
vu third of its original co5) the Colony is a ,uatte
er of no slight coae4queuec And it is further to 1..
ud considered as -in improo-nt in our eir:Cumstaiue.,:
he that .1 .teLiamnhip like '' Vidett'" l-st .easeoi
.hi can be so protitably en.yed during the p,.rio,
tfl. when touuIge i-,1 i i dinhtud here \ without
-ce charge to the Publli'- T -ry. Th-ie is on,-- othc
1,'t te'ature iu the ,cr,'op .ast" iS.'2 tu t- uo.ti,-.d, thi
.,d throwing opei the PubVhiart Shed.s at Humil.
, ton to th.- people: withdlitii. tion. The -,hed
mn had le.?un pr-viously poir.t outi alUong- th- nI-, r.
,e*' L.h.,Utts as so rminy l,)kln chau.--', anld the -y--
ntd ti-nm found t. ,:,-ork 'a ,:i .l,.lci Lk. rIef.- larity
In winth nm.tuy t. :Lred to ilI,. ('on-iiera 'K ,li.'-
,lv .ont.-ut ar>.s;t that iul..'liep..rty '.-i i.i ru,, i .lk
t, toi ?.*.udu',ir- t.' prii-l tntr, ts which L;tuCled th.
ti': C'.n-pa.itit.-u ,f Hamiaitlt iltr thlii u-t..m, aidt
ry- to put,-very a2" v 's Itii pw vill. ,., u *, :v,
a,:t f,,otmg. After thl: l.ap few wteks th.:- ..hanue
're did unt tappe-i to 1.- Ellt, rind rt- eliipp11
il1 .I,.ii.h uery wv.rke'I wit .irtklM e fr.omn
t,.ir ii, ti n..
the. 'Tl- T p iLue qiu. stion isi :isikel, D),, s- :,il thi
[o pl. intiug pay r Whil:. 'iI nt .,unwer in the
I1r" I negative, 'we,',. ri .: ,troi n L ;ittinri-
hive. W e'..ei-v tlh t ,i-)r the 'al-pit:ilL.t thr,.re
, at i uo r:,uey n '. u.' n y -e, i itu lv.
,th At [.,r,:-ct't. ,.. i er., t.igly pr. p- : -r.,aud
1 nod ;tiw. [,i- li -. hllt, ] }-.iu u -!il:, l t
, .- -urr.:nt rate- 'tf wail',- ." in,:urring '. f r
.";I.s ;i11l. .-iharge-, tr lpr,:-',:-e te, the bulsi-
. tic ness, tbh r tiurlu-, eva.u Li'ni:.ket ti"t(. would
- ih fall short ofth.- outlay i. TIhl. wh,:, ar.-
,1.,. ible to pl..nt on their ol, ,- u:, ;i',,iunnJ hil--l
, ]'.. it r.-'.i.:.n.t.l, rate-, *nu.lsiu ..,)min. ,.l l:,t,.,tur
,in-.s within their ownu cir-'.1.-, ,u, li, t iuprn ;.e-
-i their cii.i uiistant, b g- i.r n u pln:utin, .
ibit '.\hi.k families have thi,.ved their e,:.uhtnri
iu thli- way. Th.'L- p'.r.'unr,, ted w.-iihh l.iut-
in.. ing" dittilbut.- r.on, id. of hoiu,:y i u -in't!
t:,les uamo uts , atl'ird our ,toieke,:.-rpe .-
', 1' u,in,..-., v bile oul l.irt'ianti!e houses intike
fvr- their profit ou the -1.piil-vIdi in the niuinur-
"t,1 oUs o1'erat U" o ,'*..,une lct' AL''-rit.lture. TIl-.

n tl,.i rKa.tter ha ,v oen ioowu iut(:i ir, .-.t iUa -.,t-
n. toa cel thli Coloun l R,,l h:iv lc.'po-I)I: "l.
i -.' \Withiu our own term of i e in letimiuia ,rTe'e hbave s,--eu o.ur A.griculltn fr,. in nI.thiug, till
mti it h.s r.-ached it, itpre-et niu, sn wve -.terL-
St tiain th,. hol.e that ti, f-,,ilt -f judi-i.-ouslv
P wWise prLn.Iitles may tn-u, further iniptove-
nlram- mient anud to tl ': .,u ..-i "olif ol r A'rrii.ltuiit
.hc industry.
b -is, ..-" ...
ke uip Mr. Bright hi, resigC('h:i,-.ll.,r~hip oh
zit on t'ie DLuchy o L.rust-ter
. ,; L rd Kitmb:riy, S -- B the Coloni,.., i,
.-. ;,/ temporarily ippo:iot,--d I- of ti- Dcivh of
thi:-e Lauc.,-ter, I

iatin. C.,pt in Nf S. F. Di'n' selt-"-ted hy Sib
ue of E. Commnerell as his Fla4

The Egyp.jian 'Crlfls.

The nhews we nubli-h to-iday shiox that Englaund
is dreterniiued to, settle on a sure i.,ai-s ihe atfairs iof
Egypt, :mid th1it thle boainlrdi tent of Al,-xandri.i
will be f.llowl up 1by .Al.h prmapt military opeii-
ti.:.,- .is m :ost effe.:tuiilly c..iure that i..l.:et.
Th- vacillation of the Gla.-ton,-- Cabiinet han. .,,-u much ,di.:-niiuted bv all parties. Betwi-en the
Conflerence:-, th" Porte, the Khedive, and Aralbi B..;y,
th,:re was no Oipportuuity of effe:tinj a:ny mat-.rial
good. :and li-n.e tih action of Admiral S,.ymoiit
before Ali -aniti:s proved a tinily note, and at the
uiie time pro'.li-iini'd tu the World that Eugland,
ev n under the gtoveriuent of a liberal raminitty,
would d not and would not uti'-tr l,:r own co-iiniim'A ,I!
intere--tt, in common. with iho-e of the acre;itile
world, to iutfr from any iuitestiue troiub,-- in E-y-ypt.
It is a fortunate tlhins for Egypt th:it h-.r oeoi,,a-
phi: cal pition gives her the benefit ot Briti,liiut-i'-
vention in lier interuil matters. "Wv ni-iy hope tor
a much improved condition of affairs in Evypt
when the present crisis may li, surmnounted. An
earlier de.i-ion iniiht have saved mura h .:f the ex-
isting diiord,-r an. L.iffering, but then Eu.rlaud
would hive been blamed for precipitate action, for
velfilih motives, as she even now is ly certain peo-
ple, had she nout afforded the European power- an
opportunity of joint action in thi e-rui ,rgeucy.

His Excellency THUE GOVERNOR., attended by Mr
ftussey. A.D.C.. an anoormpauiiiei by Hou. Mr.
Boyle.ColonialS.. retary, rivitel the S. N. S. rvy-
in-. S hip'-Blake," Con:-tnudl.-r Bartlett, ou Thutrs-
day last, previous to li.r ler-iving this port for Cape
Hatlteras. Thi: "Blakr-" is on a voyage: front Now
York tidow thle -ulf Stream for the piurpi..-.: f
dredging and sjonmilding iu hoqte waters. She is
fitted. with all mn.odern appliauc.:s and has inmny
imnprov i-.. ut4 oni tIh. "Challeungr." She I:.nri-es
a "' Brush" Dyunmo Machine which gives tiv.o
sid.:, htirp- of t:wo th.:,i-.auld caudle power ea-cht and
under thee p:nwe-i fil lights the work :an 1e carried
on at all houias of the nii-ht. The engines of the
ve.(el are wonderfully ,-ompa.t, and ,u:.numne the
sanll arinoitut of 4 tout daily, though the aver,-ze
rate of speed i-. 9 knots an hour. A- thte Blake"
carrie", over 160 ton- of coal she ,:tu r.-iuaiin away
from p:.rt with thi c.vuttnsunption for n.ix weeks.
Her ouuund-i' appar.atu- i- as near perfection an
modern ir.euce can ta:Lkt: it. Piauno t-Irm i- used
whi.-h beiug wound ,ou a patent, wheel andt sunk
with nu ingeniiols i ntrivan't-e (.t weightin_, eii-
ables : depth of thre-e miles to be tttaiunld. Cap-
tiin Bartlett in testiu;g thie tiIf Strem ni finds a
bottom .,f '.iZe tor nitid inilost plaI-,s, and the fl,:w
of,:d watea' ,outiuuiuLr, tI, thIe )lowe-t dtlpth.
Sixteen stran.1d wire ,.bhlin iis ul., fOi' the dc.-p ea
dredsing-antld the drel.iler itself is so :.itn rived
that when the haulin,' in takes pla,-e, the- net is
closely shut and the v-aiouu sppecuieuns are safely
retained. Captainu Baptlett's work would not allow
him to remain lonu-r than 4S hour- a-inou_-st us-
we wih it ,iould have beeu otherwi',.. Tie lo;g of
the Blak," liwhun published will be a w..rk ,it in-
teun-e interest and will throw mui.h light on the
many wonder,, of the ocean depths.

On Sunday mioring laRt, as John H. Trn-tt, ESrr.,
Provo-,t M ar-hal General, Mrs. Trott. aud the Rev.
M'ark 'James were proe-eding in a cariiage Ir,,m
the re-idenc of the former rentleinan to St. John's
Church, through Ct.dar Avenuei, when uneir the
SixthCross Street, the '" king 1olt" of the ,arriam,:
broke anud the hor-e rushed away with the whole
of the nuderwork- alttahi.ed to the fore wheels, thun
cau-ing, tlihe fro-nt .,f the carr'ize t, .one suildeuly
ground. Mrs. Tr.,.tt received a rather severe j,.rk
ag-.iust thefiout we at oif the ,',rriau'e, but. h-ppilv,
no .--ri'iAs iujury. Mr. Trott retained his -.-t.
Mr. Ja-nme-, fot tun.tely, esc.apei without injury, as
did 'al--o th, driver. The horse, after ritnuin
quite half of a mile, was stopped. He, poor animal,
is miiate-Iially injim'ed. The bolt which lr,..l:e- wns
quite, unew-the break a elea-n : ne. Th. accident i-,
lar-ely attributable to the very bad : editionn of the
r,,ads--tvhi,.h are generally in a vretched stnate
throun'lout the country.

BEATH OF LEOPOLD ANor..--The young -eanmann
"Leopold Augu," who mnet with injnu- ,n board
the Britis, Barkentine It,-,n.i, on the 5th .June
la.-t, whero he wa- serviun-, died in the Military
Hospital, St. Georges, on -the mornjnr of Thurmda'r
19th inst., and his remains were interred in thre
Roman Catholic Cemetery on the, ufternooa. of th.,
tle ilday 'by the R,:vd. Dr. Walsh Chaplain to tlihe
We before mentioned that it was found neecesary
to inpit:atie the iunfortuuate youth's right leg-
whi .h was most Muc:e?-sfully dloue by b'tietu
Brodie, A.M.D., b Surgeon Thiele,.A M.D.,
Dr. C'. H. Butterfleld, who, very-kindly attended and
assisted. in the operation-and hopes were enter-
taiued of his recovery. A post-niy.r'temn ex:tuina-
tion proved, h,)owv-r..r, that the injuti--s received were
far more extensive th.un ,-ould be iinainoe,.- and it
was wonderful inudeelI hiw he survive so Io,,. H-,.
received every atteutio, nu t ..ut l fr..m the
Medical Ofli'-ers in the Hospital bu t ;il-i from
the nu11rse-s Ibelon'iu,.ig thereto--one in i ',irti ular,
priva-te Bates, wnh: is speei-illyv t,) Ibt i-,iineorlel'.
---C H. Smitl, Esq., I.y. Comptroller 'if Custrin.,
t,.,okh great iutcmre-t in the ynu-t. la .ilor's welfare
ever -it-ie he w.t lIauiled.,], r,.mn thli..
" Iudi.ian ." in.l ha-s sin.' e-.:.utril-,iteIl in e.-
p.:.isiIle w ty t,- lii, comfort. Au ,-ii .ast a.1 nativ\.-
of P,:,lize H',ndura.s.

Lo,:IoN, July 26.-Geueral orders have been is.
'ued for a large portion of the expeditionary force
t) embark. A company of engineers and paint of
th-ecoumissartat and transport corp.- will leave to-
rmorr. , the hou,ehiold ,aiv.lry ont Saturday and
th,- troops tr the Meiliterranean nexst wo.l-:. Iun
the. House esf Commons tiis afternoon an address
thinking the Queen for calling nut the reserves wa.
Ipplov tad witLout a division. The Houne agaiii
adjourned without reaching a division ,in the-mio-
ti-sn for i er.dit for the force for Egypt.
Tie Indian Serice.-The Poll .all Gazette suayv
there- is no excuse for charging one penny of thei.
expense of the Egypti.u expedition upun the,
nmance.s of India, except temporarily. If the. gs.v
erunent is wEak enough to yield to temptation it
will bicak uib. All its members cannot b expected
to s.-allow their words and belie the whole spirit ot
their previous utt-erancee- bout the only I- .itimat,-
aipplic-tie-n of the Indi-in t-ixs.
Ordered to ESqpt.--A .espatch from Ottawa,
Out., says that Lieutenaut Dawson. (if the.'old-
.treidu iGuaid.s, nf thi- Vice RH-gal Stall, has been
ordered to join his regitieut iu England inuedi-

A dispatch from Dublin states that the weather
in Ireland huas greatly improved during the p.,-t
f,-w days. Though the putito blight has a, p-ared
in badly drained grtiin.i, there is a splendid crop
iu most parts of the county .
Thi Hon. Franci, Fitzxier-ild, a Baron i f ti,--.
Exchequer. Ireland, 1 as 1 lly resi;rn-cl i jt offi.
.,virig ten hi. nbje,:-.ti.- i r!ie 'lu i:.i iipoei ou
hiim under the Repres-i-ou actt.
Lowi,..V. July 26.-A teleg-ram receive I in Lou.
din staites that the Most Rr, Patri--k A. Fe hau:
Archbikhop of Chicag-o, will be eJleote. .1 Cardinal at
fae niext coCni.toTry.

E G P T.

The Very Lateet.
From the NK'i York Evening Telegrjia,, Jeuy 2-7.
E:y/pi Arming, 'fe.-Reinforcements Forwarded 1o
Different Strateh'i Points-Arab Accounts of Eng.
,'h;.h Defeats-The Gauntlett Throen Down by the
rAVpuian Chief-A Terrible Sltru7yle MuIst Ensue
-M-0ing in Force Cpon the British Eniren.-h-
meia.-im-A Determined Allack.
LOxNDON, July 27.-A.t Reuter telegram from
Cairo says that "armaments continue on an exteu.
sive ,-cale and recruits and volunteers on arriving
from Upper and Lower Egypt are forwarded bhy
railway to different strategic points. Large num-
bers of Bedouins are leaving for Kafr-el-Dwar to
join the army in repelling the English invasion.
"In two engagements the English have barn
Lenaten and forty killed.
Arabi's Determiution.-" Arabi writes to the
Odi)cial Journal warning the Egyptians against the
Khedive's proclamations and declaring the Khedive
either a prisoner or that he accepts the English pro.
tectorate, and that the army will do its duty in de-
fending the country to the last extremity. The
country is now identified with the army in conf: rm-
ity with the national will. If the commercial in-
terests and political judgment of the groat Powers
do not paut stop to the English invasion, which is
supported by Tewflk, a terrible struggle must.
No confirmation has been received from Alex-
andria as to the defeat of the British, which is pro.
bably a rumor circulated in Cairo by Arabi's party.
ALEXANDRIA, Jily 27.-Another Battle.-Arabi's
forces are now advancing upon the British lines
and it battle is imminent. The enemy are muster-
ing: in great- numbers and are well arrayed. It is
evident that they mean to make a decided attack.
LATER.-The native troops approached within
range of the English,between Ramleh and Abou-
kir, and have opened a heavy fire.
LoNrioN, July 27.-Another Terrible Fire.--A
de-patch to the Daily iOws, dated oft Alexandria,
says:-" A tremendous conflagration broke out in
Alexandria at two o'clock this morning. As seen
from the harbor the fire seemed to be larger than
any that has occurred since the bombardment took
The tire is in the native quarter. It is believed
to have been started by incendiaries.
Landingq Troopq.-Eight hundred soldiers were
landed from the troopship "Orontes." The "Oron.
tes," afte:- their disembarkment, proceeded to Port
-aid to laud marines.
There is great activity in the enemy's lines.-
Egyptiau soldiers, disguised as Bedouins, have car-
ried off teu ca -es of gunpowder from Fort, Mukbebe,
near Meks.
Emissaries from Arabi Pacha have been preach-
ing iu the mosques at Mukbehe almost daily. It
has been, therefore, decided to occupy the fort, and
also the fort commanding the road along the shore
of Lake Mareotis, near which patrols of the enemy
have frequently been seen.
A telegram, dated Alexandria one o'clock this
afternoon, statesthat the threatening activity with-
in Arabi Pacha's lines is increasing.
Reconnoitering -The correspondent of the Times
at Ramleh .states that forty soldiers, under 3ij:.r
Eyre, have proceeded a mile and a half beyond the
furthest outlying picket, in order to occupy a house
on the bank ,of the Mahimoadieb Canal, opposite
..Mallaha junc-tion. A scouting' party last evening
traversed a line of hitherto unexamn'ined country,
"ST".'-" ;-.... Panilteli ..-.. mit=..nSbodv .It is
eb-li ved the naval origilde isi going to Isnmailia.
The Salan Denouncing Arabi.-The correspond.
ent of the Da.Iq Yews at Constantinople telegraph
that the Sultaa has decided to denounce Arabi Pa.
cha as a traitor. The Sultan received Dervisch
Pacha, on his return front Egypt, vei'ycoldly, and
corDmplained that he did not persuade Admiral Soy-
mour to delay the bombardment.
The Admiralty has chartered the Cunard Line
steaaer Marathon" for u-e as a transport.
tie correspondent of Reuter's Telegram Com-
pany at Alexandria says: The Inspector of the
Cidastre Ja: ntI speaking of the here,
s I saw women carrying, tied to bludgeons,
dismembered arms and leg of massacred Euro-
peans. The soldiers and the rabble fought for loot.
A Bedouin sheikh with twenty Bedouins saved the
inlhtbitants of the Jewish quarter and took them to
his village. Another sheikh saved myself and
party. The mob from Alexandria murdered three
employes of the Cadastre and their families and
burned their bodies with petroleum."
The mob killed twelve Greeks. They tied the
vi'sera of one of the victims to the tail of a dog
and covered him with petroleum, which was set on
fire amidst cries of joy from the women and child-
ren. rhe mob was repulsed eight time. Finally
tivo Sheikhs arrived and dispersed it."
PaNis, July 25.-The Senate to-day agreed to the
motion for a credit for the protection of the Siuez
Canal, 214 to 5. Freyeinet said it was neces-
sary to maintain the English alliance.
CONSTA.NTINOPLE, July 23.-Derviseh Pasha has
been entrusted with the organization of the expedi-
tion to Egypt. A eommissiariat was constituted
ALysaAnnra, July 2-[.-r13,,- British guns on
R:iuleh heights ct-nipletely eommanud the neik ,of
land, and will render the Egyptian position unt,-.,-
able when they "pen fire.
One ofth the two members here of the deputation
representing the Notable. brought a copy of a pro-
,:iiinlati,-,u secretly iirculated' by Raghieb Pasha,
stitnu, that Enu'lad had declared war ag'aiu,.t all
Egyptians. rhe Khedive has contequieently been
strongly advised to dismiss Ragheb Pacha fo'om the
Ministry and pla,:t- him under arrest. It lu hoped
'ls-o, thllt as the Ministers are mere eratitule oft
Arnabi Pasha. the Khedive will di-amiss them all aud
tmon a new Ministry under Cheriff Pasha. The
d-putation, ifter learning the true ntate of things
he-re, will tryto return to Cairo and infomu their
collen-ues of the faot-s.
Lovtort, July 25.-The Daily News has the fol-
lowin'g-:- Alexandria, July 21.-All the mule
art drivers eng'a-a'ged by the eomrnissariat lihave de-
c.--ted to Arabli.
There is n, doubt that two of the presentMin-
i-ti- .s are in daily communication with Arabi.
r To-dlay's.skiiiuish left bh-, parties without an-

..nhange in th-ir positions since t- last reports, an-
Iboth are eugaged iu intrenchin,.
"The Euglish will permanently hold the Ram-
1ii lhillock and lput hea-v guns there. The EIvrp-
tians are working desperately to intrench theirside
of th.- narrow pass between the lakes near E,,.id.
V Thern- is an uncinfinrId report here of a, finat-
ial outbreak at Smyrna, in which many Chri-tians
were massatcred."

LONDON, July 26.-A detective of the Irish Cou-
'stabulaiy will be immediately stnt to Caracas to
receive O'Brien, the man who is held there on sus-
picion of being one of the murderers of Lord Fred-
erick Cavendish and Mr. Thomas Burke. A Duiin
correspondent telegraphs,: A detective ppecillv
charged to investigate the Plicrnix Park murde's
says he i-i di,inelined to believe O'Brieu's ,tury.
Thee is no doul.t that two of the men engat-c 'u
the murder did escape abroad, but not to Vei1 -.,-
and neither of hose metn is unared O'Briue. The
arrests in connection with the nurde


For Sale,

fly Public Auitfon,

TUESDAY, 1st August.
At 12 o'clock, M ..
That Desirable

are more'likely to throw light, upon the Phce-nix
Park tragedy. The belief iucreae, lhoweveer, that
O'Brien's stoiy lha. scome foundation." '..,
'Ihe Daily rve says- the appointmentof Lord
Kimberley to the Chancellorship of the Du-chy of
Lineister is temporary. de will r. tainr the Sc-ere-
taryship of the Colonies.
L,.o.s', July 27.-3r. J. N. Sllitli h1 rSceived
at letter dated Par.- Auger Fiord, July 11, from Sir
Allen Young, com.manding the tearner lope. en-
raged in the Fira se-ir'h and relief expedition.
The letter states that sll th- mniembers of the expe-
dition are well.
TV, t ; LE :/..'. i f /r 1, ,21,d1 Gt-ltfe.
Mr. Er.on.--The Petitiinto ttho .-erral lhitanches
of the Legisilatur? itrspe,'ting a ubidyv for a.1
Ste.niship to I-' owPnd in B-rmudn, i ,i bin.- geni-
Corally eireulat,:,I and ha beet- niiost readily si'lned
by tho-e perseua to whom it has been handeil. It ik
still open for si._uature,.
In a few dtlan the Petition will be r.- td.l f.-r .pre.
s 3utation.
Hariltuni. July 31, 1ISS2

HA.tILTON AM.TEruI1 DrNorv Asso.-IAT1rN.-The
fir-dt race- otf the above Association raine off in
Hamilton Harbour on Friday, 2Sth July : boa:ts
were entered f,.r the first clas- race, .an'l was woni
by Mr. H. C'. Mate,-rs in tne Reckle,-." ,An in
the e.ond relas rare, there vi -r 4 b4uaath :nt.'rd
which waa won by M'r. E. W.C'.operin the t'Ariel."
W- uindr!tand thc-rc i- to h,:- another ran- of
Din,'ie-t belong-iu t, the Asiuciaiti,:on on the aflter-
uoo0-i of Friday next, whiihi it is beli.evd will prove
more interesttin~ than that of Friday L.-nt.
Trn- Ror,v.. "ri' Ft'rL-.-W',e iund>-rIt.,l] that

fk Dwellino- HOUSE,
With bour Lots of Land, known as Park Villa.
within 3 minutes walk of Victoria Park. On
the Northern lot of above land there is an un-
finished Building, needing only Windows,
Doors and Flooring to complete it. The Lots
are bounded on the -t.,-th by a Lot of Eph-
raim Motyer, on the Soutth by a Road and by
Land of the Heirs or Devisees of Susan Malt-
by Wood, and on the East by the Pembroke
Marsh Canal.
The Dwelling was built last year and is
pleasantly situated, being on a hill. It con-
tains seven large rooms-three Bed Rooms,.
DrawingRoomn, Dining Room, Hal.' : Kitch-
(n. Alo, a large Tank of Water and other
t.onveniences.RThe conditions oft Sale will be
made known at the Auction.
Hamilton, An 13t Ist. ISE18 .

IR Jz 3. z w: I .--
this Regiment will appear fur the first time in r.,I-b i 1_ HI .U'-iLjb ,
their new Rifle Dr.-'s on Sunday next, the *Ivth in. At I o'clo.-k, P.M.,
tant.. _ON THURSDAY Next,

HEAT Iw NIw Y,,.r,-At one o'elo.:.-k on the 3rd Instant,
afterno.-on of the 27th ultimnr. the Thernom,-ter re.- 5() UPEIIOR New York HAMS
q-4itered in the shade *,3 de.-rr.:es, the nrnmier of E 6 Half Chests Oolong TEA
deatl-r recorded.a.; the result of the- inttn-, h-:t on .5 Boxes Gold Leaf TOBAC('O
that nornine, was -to, chi,-fly children. 10,, Gross Chase's Comb MATCHES
Nureniou- de.iths alre reported ait Montreal, C(an-. 5 Drums Halifax CODFISH
ada, resulting fromni -x.essive heat. 100 Bushels Heavy Black OATS
A bounluet of flowers was handed in to Guit-nu's 5 Hhds. English ALE
prison for him on the morningcof hi i ex.~-cutionQ 10u Bs. Extra Pilot BREAD
the centre flower of which on anal pis wan found to 10 Bls. Navy BREAD
contain n a sufflicien'y of arsenic, to kill Mix ieou. 25 Boxes Assorted BISCUITS
Tbr ELoEi)dMU1EL.'--Th,- rifl -hotiln forA : Lot of FURNITURE. (consisting
the Eleho Shield .-ina iuf at Winibledon on the,- 2Otli -
June, resultii :vas follow- :-England. I1.5!'" : Ir-- ofl Tables. Chairs. Bedsteaids. Pictures,
land, l1.1505: S.otland, 1,-494. Crockery. Cedar Chest, &c... &c.
Th7e rifle contest for the Kolapore Cup. wqs won 1 Life BOAT.T (copper-fastened)
by the English tean,, whose -so:ro was 5:3 Thi.' Life PRESERVERS, &.:., comjletf.
score of the Cuan'dians wa 521).
At a ineetinfg of the r:-ommittee of the Interuti- ALSO,
tional Fipheries Exhibti-n,. the Prinoe f Wale. 1
who rrelide.1. cii.l it was vr-T -ratifyiug to see 1 HR
the United SrVttci ,oie- forward so liberally with a a HO RS
vote o(f 1IO,0i and an allotment of a spe.iial steam- .. Quiet to tide or drive,
er, whi,'h he had no doubt would be on view i the Quiet to ride or drive,
Thanime during' the exhibition. I CARRIAGE to seat 4
The G,.,odwinl Cup raed for on Monday. July I marriage e HARNESS
27th. was won by Friday ; Trizhri.m, 2nd : Oe,:l- B W. WALKER & CO.
gist. 3rd. ..
Th. rte.- for the, Goodwin Corinthian Plato, Au.itioneers.
which e e t on iday, wa,.rn by Th ri t Hamilton,.Auust I. 1882.
L.-wlari CIief 2nd All-an :.rd. -
DF.Ar or Mns-; FA'TNir. rPAr.LT..--Mis, Faunie Notice this Please.
Parnell, i. tr tf ('hairl,-I St,.w'rt P r t l. lie All .- -!,:-avi,; i-i,t 1 CLI %I. a..ifit lS 1 9
ilenlv oft ,.'ralv-i ft the li. art it the (ld TrInunide-, I ersle, ei .de ,ot tit: 3: :,-f Ji i -
Manin i t i .- e.'v of Borl.-rtowri, N.-wv r.ev. n "i rsli;ne r,.ade up the s of J ly
.Tul,1 21. ire' i. ieC te. tin ,eniler the same to hiam for

(C'ni,'Ano. July *2i.-TwrNTy-PErVF'N DFATIS F!t,,M ,
ToY-P-Ttr. WoT, r-..-F-ft-,tu n talc e.ofl if h.lkia tv,
cau-ed by wound fi..mrn t,.y-pistols on July 4. have
been reported in thi- ihitv nul there' inu thr county.
'ix loy3 died in Bulliniton. Town. andi tbr,-- inu
P,:orii, Ill., from th e t -am cause.
Oq4EAT FiPE IN HAYTI.-8:3 house near the Plaza
Merreaio, in th.? bert quarter of Port an Prince. in-
cluding several dry goods hone-s, fancy gooid- and
jewelry shop,, about 1lth i June. Outlaws plun-
dered thi Bitildini. during the tfue.

Aii A Supplement of Five Col-
umnns accompanies this issue of the Gazetto.'"
It contains the Proceedings of the Honorable
the Legislative Council on *2-th inst.; the
Proceedings of the lHonornble housee of As..
sembly on 2Pth and .;lst ultimo: the Wesl-yanl
Church -unday School Pic-Nic; Fairy Land j
Garden Party FPete Champetre in HamiltonI
Parish ; Particulars if Laying the Foundation
Stone of the B.M.E. Church at Shelly Bay:
and an interesting Summary of Europeau
BIRTH, in Reid Street in this Towu, on -July
7th, MrAs. E. T. CaTr.rJ of a SON.
....... July '22nd, at Bridge Cottage. Sonierset
Bridge, the wift Mr .TJo. Win. Robinson of at SOx.
......, at. Ro-land C'ottap D-von.hir.- Pat ih,
on Tuesday 25th July, tI.n wife of 'ir. E. W.
Mit-hell of a SON.

DIED, in Devonshtie Parish. o:n 22id ultimo,
from whooping :oiigh, I MraRi Rosa BiNJA.XIN,
aged 41 months, infaut s,,n of C'harles .T. and Char-
lotte E. Holland.
....... in Hamilt.on Parish', on 15th ultimnt, af-
ter a short illness,. iMs. S SAN Trzo, in the4 S7th
year of her nag.. lavingr one dituhlter :,ad L raitin-
relatives und frii.ud-s t.., Iu.r:-nt third lot o.
.....e, of c:onunimti.-n cat North Shot.- Villa."
Peniblokt- Paritlh, oun 25th July, ullt.. Tl.i.'Rr:
MAun,a-zed IS yS a r aiiid 6 In.,ath', "',uni.n .-;t rl:uwi h-
ter of Mr. Edwarid and Sophlr..7I: Williant-.; l v-
ing a sorrowinii murothe-r, fath-.r, t i.:. i
a Fieister, and ntlnut:rojis r-lativu sa .ILni Ii'.-Jds, t.:
minoun tht ir lo,;-.
....... at NiaIara.onau the l:-th July,. A.-xrs Evi-
LYN, third dauglhtt-r ..f thi- Hfu. I-u.i,: Br '. .iun.
Miss Ag4nes E',velyu Bu:hanan, aa.::.rnpaniA. I.y
her sist,-r Mii- Builhanan, vi-it,:d Berninua in il'-l
and in 1SI1, for thtI benefit -.,f her healtli, nuil w %i
inmici e-teenitd lby the many friends -he inld.- duir-
ing her residen-e who will re-re-t to ieau ioft h.-r
death. Her funeral took pl:,i:e fromr hei ftattr's-
t.-idenu-e. Hamilton, ii tihe 17th.

R E (' EI V 1)
At Royal Gazett-.' St:i.tonterv

Fr'iom ii Loiid-oii



l:r(i PENC'"I LS Voin IOSGc,
Hamilton, July 181h, 1862.

Jul t 1 li7not ifer than the i15th nsantl ; :i nd
-,ll PI rs.ins I ; l'TEII to hiiti artre re itted-d
to 1i.aLke I' r .t" o! i or b--fire ihle A:iltve date,
or ilh \' 'j ill have to iha h k Ilieni-elvte lfor tIeini
-l! d withoutt irespeet to pers 'ii"-.
Eas.t BFroad I\ay.
Htan l!'-!n. Augusl lst, 1SS2.
Colonist coipy .-ncp.


THE 1 aSubscriher in thariking the public for
their pl-t libiru.l Patronage, t',w leegc to
i,-;!tlr Ihi llt ,iat lie irs Leen supplied with arn
- ni is'e ret' -'C-ok both
atid ih t thlle 'ea for irt-her protection ag.,inst
our Ii'laip .-iihrate. has beeni put up in Tin Bu.r's
(vi i iglhtii AiAh'incedl Price), i i st-:il d of the
j) i'--l ri -ox\.,es thqt were not f--it- i S' 4 well
?ntied ti, iii Rt minudi ,Seasoins.
If'. H. IVATLI 7iTO.,
Reid Strtel, Hamilton,
Near oyalv Ga.-itie" Offtice.
Haittnilior, Aug. I 18 2.


T H' U l',iierbizi ~e.Ihiis .1usi lReceived fromt
i KV YORKTI er 8 S. aflb,
a E'rubli Sitpplty of

[BI ~AItL :,% It)D 13A( 'IT)
,'~iI IU ItiE.R.S B i E41I-ftP
IA ie \I.-ilt~ al pocetsl, & c.,&e

ilie St ill/h(18the Best
T I. A c (1) F'F E E col"FE1. & MILK(
C" ,' ) LIA V U l1'K
N' 1:4 a Sel-. Cli Wot L'uzrk we F-isvt,rt~d 13SC Ut T
-d l 1iVtlilBl.!. a, Lemon., Tea M,~ixed,
1':%kiev -,&xe.d, 4 B o, llt, Fiui n, Eggs,.
h~mbitp ther kind -1%-A ttbv every


14i "..

HenIl ,ll il h '., I l I1 1 .- O6% 11
.'olonial please copy oniee.



..- Highiest C'euAh Price will beo paid.
(I a- Bnrrd-ls Returned.
i2 Front Street.
Hamilton, July 17, 1882.-8 Sp

Auo'iust Socials. New York Mail Steamer.

1st, 2n & 3r'd August,
Rlaee- ent Room of B. 11. v.'. Chur,.h, HI inilton

It is intended (D.V.,) to hold three
Grand social


IWill leave Hanmilton


On Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday,
The 1st, 2nd and 3r.I August,
In the Basement Hoom of the i!. 1M. E. Chuich
at \ihich time there wil be a choice collection
ofTOYSand PFAN C'Y i.)Ol)0 S both se.fu
and ornamental offered fo .r Solo.1
RInlFRESUIMeRNTS aisa :o tempt the most
fastidious appetites.
Doors open on the lst instant at 12 o'clock
and on th.? 2ind and 3rd instants. a! 5 p.m.
Price of Admission Gd.
Ilamilton, July 21, 1882.-2 3p

.__ --- .

At 1 o'clock, p.m.,
For -N'ew York,
To thence for return on 10th August,
Freight, Specie on Freight and Parcel- will be
received until 6 p.m., \Vdnesd-iy, 2nd tlugu-t,
and Bills of Lading for Freight will be signed
nitiil 10 a.m., 3rd August.
I'ls-.enger Stage will be removed at 30 mi-
nttes past noon, on 3rd ugn;it.
Hamnilton, Bermuda, 1st August, 1882
C.>elonist copy.

ARE invited an'l will be received at the
M. DOCKYARD, up to Noon of
Wednesday the 9th of
For Building

On Ireland Island.
The Plan and Specifications can be seen at
the Captain-in-Charge's Office,
August I, 1882.-2

Colonist once.

Just Received per S. S. "Orinoco,"

P`0 A H *' 0-`
A Full Supply will always be on hanul through
the season. at lowest rates. Orders solicited.
-12 Front Street.
Hamilton, August 1, 1882.-2 3p



The Schr. '- Mary L. Dunn" was chartered
at t. John, N.B on the 20th July, 188&2.
. To load for Bermuda with

Tomato Box Material,
And she may be expected to arrive here aboati
the 10th instant.
Her Cargo will be for Pale.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Ist August, 1882.-2 3p
Colonist twice third page.


CASH SYSTEJM adopted from
this date.
Cj Positively NO CREDIT!!
Lower Ferry.
Paget's, August 1, 1882.-1

Please Notice This!

ALL Persons owing for Boots, Shoes
and other Goodz, had at R. H. DUER-
DEN'S Store from J..1 MES BURCHwill please
call and pay for them, as the Accounts must
be closed for Mr. Burch's benefit, who has
left Bermnida.
Hamilton. July 29, 18S2.-3 pd.


BAND organized July 6th, 1881, (under
the leadership of Mr. T. J. Place) beg to ten-
der their sincere thanks to their patrons fo,.
the very liberal assistance rendered them in
getting up the same-and to inform them that
they are now ready to exhibit their first pro-
gramme of Dance Music, selected from the
very best Anthors.
By Order of the President,
Hamilton, August 1, 18&2.


SSMITur PARISH known as
V- CltFT03,

With about One Acre of Ground ; also Car-
riage House, Stables, &c.
This Property on the Wate-rs of Har-
rington Sound, and thus affords excellent
Bathing and Boatiug.
Please apply to
Harrington Sound, Smiths Parish, 1 -
August let, 1682. j


Annual and Reception,

Will be Given,
At Odd-Fellows' Hall, Hamilton,
On the Evening of
TUES DAY next,
the 8th instant,

By Household of Ruth No. 6tl U. 0. of 0.
The proceedings will be opened by the
Grand Entry" of the '" Daughters of Ruth"
in Dress Regalia, &c.
There will afterwards be for sale Use-tul and
Fany Articles and Refreshments. Ai this
will be the first Public Demnnstiation by the
Household, the Committee pledge themselves
to make it tb,- Grandest' Entertainmnct of the
t Proceeds in aid of -'FITTINGS" tor the
A Band of Music will be in attendance.
Doors will be opened at 71-30.
Exercises will commn.nce at 8 o'clock.
Admission 1,1. Families of 4 or more 6d per
August 1st, 1.S82.-once.

By the qSt.-mer Orinoco" from Londcon vi
New York :-
C'REAM, Oatmeal and Nun's CLOT'H
S-' Pink Check ZEPHYR and other Light
Dress Fabrics
White and Colored Organdie MUSLIN
Ladies LEGHORN and other Straw HA.rS
iBrown and Black Filk SUNSHADES
Hamilton, August 1st, 1882.-1 pd


ar<- hereby notified tuiat Business is now arrivedd
o't at their Building on COUnT SrTi.Er.T.
By order,
Secty. H. ('. A.
Haenilton, August Isl, 1882.-2

HOLti.;RS of thi HAMILTON Co.
at their Building on
THURSDA.F, 10th Instant.
Secty. II. C. A.
Hanmiltan, August 1st, 188.-2?

par-,. to .supply during the summer mouths

Kept on Ice.
Thus rendering it firm and keeping it fresh and
Will receive by S. S. Beta" on Thursday
next a large lot of Choice Cumberland Butter
selected especially for this Market.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton. August 1, 1882.-2 3p

Early Rose Potatoes.
The best eating Potato grown.

150 Harrels
Of the abovet selected Stock for Salt.
Canteens and Military MN.esses supplied ior the
season at special rates.
For terms and conditions apply to
St. (;eorge's. Bermuda, 31st July. 1882.-2

- --C7 ---- -- -

POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 29th July, 1882.
Joao S de Amaral, J E Bouner, Richard Bennett,
Brig Mary Claasen," Schr. Golden City," Cae.
tane Domingo, Antonio J de Freitos, Mrs. Fraser,
Charles Gordou. James Grant, Thomas, Lloyd,
Antonio J Luiz, Isabella R Mains, Schr William
Martin," F A Marshall, Alexander Mayers, Jane
Outerbridge, E Painter, Wm Rowliug, A H Ruse
Caetano D Soares, Anthony .Smith, Thos J Smith'
A S Smith, G V Story, Chas E Scott, C T Simmons'
Jonathan J Smith, Bella Siitl, Emilia Aide Silva.
Heunrietta Wilson. a
FICE .: _. UEORGE'S, 31st July, .88&.
Regeina Dears, Luizi Fradi, Barque "'Gay Head,"
Geo A Harley, R H Jell; M Kelhall, Barque Min-
di," 0 Mullings,i ,W Smith, Adelaide Shaw, Scbr.
" William Martin."

BY PU LIC A C T 10 N Peace, Happiness and



.016 M 7 "1 w w w Ir a lb r W- .10 w 7

ColZon al Secreeta':'.s Office,
31st July. 1882.
has received 'a Circular Despatch from
the Right Honourable the Earl of Kimberley,
Secretary of State for the Colonies, Idated 1st
July, 18'2, transmitting a Copy of a Declara-
tion signed on the 9th June last, between the
British and Russian Governments on the sub-
ject of Tonnage Measurement.
A copy of the Declaration can be seen on
application, at this Office.
By His Excellency's Command,
1 Colonial Secretary.

THE Senior Commissariat Officer will re-
ceive Tenders, in duplicate, till noon on
The 25th August, 1882,
For the Building of the HULL of a
Screw wS'team LA UNCH,
of 120 Indicated Horse Power.
Specification and Drawings can be seen,
and Forms of Tender obtained at the Cormmis-
rt rial O0ico, Haidlton, between the hours of
10 a.m, and 2 p.m., daily.
The right of rejection of any or all of the
tenders is reserved, and tenders will remain
binding on the Tenderers for 4 months after

A. C. G.,
S. C. 0.
Hamilton, 28th July, 1882. i


Commissariat Office,
Hamilton, 21st July, 1882.
will receive Tenders, in duplicate, up to
12 noon
Of the 16th August,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for the
Purchase of all Old and Condemned Military

BOOTS, &c.,
Returned to Store from Regiments and Corps
in Bermuda, for a period of 12 months from
1st September.
Lists shewing approximate yearly quanti-
ties arid description of articles for which Ten-
ders are invited can be had on application to
ORDNANCE OFFICER, Hamilton, or St. Geor.
ges, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Sundays except-
Tenders to be under Sealed Cover and to be
marked outside '" Tender for purchase of Old
The acceptance of highest or any Tender
not consideredd binding.
SS.C. 0.

Corner of Queen and Reid Sts.,
lias Just Received from New York, per t Iri-
noco," the following ,t 01OD)4, in addition to
his usual 'Stock:
B Do. Do. I)o. SlIIETING
lot. Do. 'anton FI.ANNEL
Do. Do. Blue ItMEllS
Pi IN'l'TS.i-Lnadle.' COR-I'TS
Ladies mud Childs Col'd and White 11OS1.
Gents' Colored and White H-031EOIt
Gents and Youths Elasice Bit ACGES, uew style
Gentq and Youths Black and Colored Silk
Gents and Youths Colored SHIRTS
SO()P,-Colgites, Cash nere, Boquet, Jockey
Club and Oatmeal.
Hariilton,, August 1, 1l82.

N Sunday morning between Hill House
Sand Pembroke Sunday School,
The Finder, on leaving the same at the Office
of this Paper, will be suitably rewarded.
Hamilton, August 1, 1882.-1 pd

For Rent,
The Northern portion of a Double

Situated in the Town of Hamilton, containing
four rooms, a comfortable kitchen with oven,
tank of water and pump, as well as other con-
Apply at "Royal Gazette Office.
Hamilton, August Ist, 18S2.



-a ": \Sa- 'N)~ja-'-tn
ra- -y-i c'r ,-~ 'a~z-t F' 47,Jprgarfl~a
21- ~a A.F a-J~~ 'a _Ja- :tmna'at

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'I ;UFrZ C'AN.AL AN.'i A_ XAD.:.'
I l STE: i '. i.' T .2 *: 1 1 i 2 j
I- JI, _,' y f'r.i.:i w i i. t I. W i- V. a F' l ": ';':F ': D -
*.,r Erngland; it .d.ui--rn', (he w l.,e .ion,,ir:i 'i
S, .1]!.. all liz ii,, !n-,'t. r :i- '. f u ilm l r.- ,
S.i'. in that S ;' .' 'I Id whi:ti i- ThI -'.: te:
if iil -h .:. in '. ati ... n v-i'- Tuiii. The SI-t.
('-ahnal ,piopr ii a I ..r. .1 Firep s itl" w- 'er .. r.
u,. w ith ,.,: I !. i ,;. ...L 'i. r -' ii .....: j [ ,I '.
It.e- t il .Lit. .. ; i'.I., .:l I di .. .. ., ,-, I t
il i- y w ,. i'ir i; -:' .'. .. '* ....'.-:. ry .. i ie
widhi tof tie iatii eX, :. : *,' -.Tp .F it '!,a i s _-',
ft.-t at the surta.:e and 7 i tec. :. ,be brItowi,, thi
i1depth of water nI'., :t. -:. ,' n.i
thinoirm i high -raouun.1, a-1i tobthe nit'h r.,r i ike "iinl-
-ili, the width at tlie ui a e Pi 1'. feet, wath -upe.-
ai "2 to 1. The fred. water i.I-s. tu w-hkLh i li:. '
ion is frequently ruaide in tl'h ca!.-l de.pitch'. a-.]
wlii.h was de-.ignedi f.:,r pilti '-'- of transp,.,itat.',n'
and to supply Vwatier to tlihe w..rkmen aong1i r1,b
line, hegius at Z.2-:;"._-, and carl-ie tLe niater ot the-
Nile to Suez. It 19s riavigal>o thitougth i', whhob.!
extent, change e -f level being r-ver.:omit iy !o>.ks.-
.At the Port Said terti.a.ioui iA, a n-,aIn bFlt a toill-
si tai .' e, with liong j.ttie;i o bet,-,i r, .*ii.' i' .:
-imilar basitu prt.te-ted. by a brealnw.i'ei-, ih0 depth
i-1 water inu ,::lI, harbor br-iug 2L i'.::t. 'u.-'- the
charter for ninetv-niue years grauted I:3 \'\" 'Vi,..e-
roy of Egypt, Novuember 3Jtli, IKI.a, tio work wa:,
begun inu I','), and.1 u the 1.7th of Augu't, 18-l,.
the waters of tlne R-,1l S-a stand the Mediterraneau
were miugl,:-d iut the Bitter Lake-. The formal
opening of the ennal took place on the I tl "fI No-
vember, 1 "-.'. En.rli-.h ,h'ita!i-t.. h d,Li i.,tlight snhy
of M de Li.-,-ep a' -,:ha ,e;: E i-iili tiginOe ., !ik,..
Stephe -r:-.n a :l -.1ia. ltia'.. I n: i, : 'ti!!. t l, en -
te-rp isei -ni.ltj i-.L i, Pa.;!nriesIt n tira y '.r ..p-..d it.
By-and-bye the h uc':.ess of the a-anal ,n a'1 3i-ied,
and Britain set to work to (aptul .- it. .! tde L'3z-
seps wan royally euteataitled in Loiilois on i4th l uly
twelve years ago, ard on tha 2.5th 'If
1q'75, i. tiblic arnioi-ui e eut was nmt -. r-itt .or-I
Beacornsfiel< had purchased from tf' Ki,' -.ive ,.f
Egypt, through hre inltriinieli'- r ,*: ihe R-:.tBs-
childs, for the sum of l,0-0,i.ii, T o.,u.i. 'it It
4100,01.1)0 hares of 2.) each, on hivhi iiave. im uit *)
per ,-nat. iutere-lt wa- to he paid till Tuly 1s 1.9'4,
when the share. weirp to re..-.ive interi,' Oi the ",
per cent. o I the ipuriJas nio.uey whil,.in ,.,:e int'.
thie English treasury, II r ,eL;i. ;, 4im)li,.d ;z:, the
payment of the ib:h ranied ti, piat, La--- 'hi -hil't .
But would be difficult to s'rate itn m ni..v thli
valuo to England of her s.iake in. t',. s-ifety -.nd
free rnaigation of this :ol. 's-::i work. inFoan tthe
follow ing table showing thil grrowtnu w tLe t:ltli-.
of the canal, it appeals that in IS.1I neatly half (lic.
steam vessels ani inimuch imore than tW-,.-thiid, 'l l. h
steam tonnage of the w-orld pa.tiied thllough tlni-
great artery :
Year. Vessels. Tonnage. it-eeiptt.
187'0........ 486 43.5,il SI,0.1,'4;,;
1871........ 76i5 761,467 1,71S,74;:
1S72 ........ .1,0S2 1,4"19,l. 3 ?.2:1,51S
1873......... 1,173 2,035,072 4,57'',464
1874 ........ 1,2-i4 2',42- 3,672. 4.1 '71,S77
1S75 ........ 1,4 4t 2.9ni,7i.i .,777,-.O
1876........ 1,457 3,1172,1,7 5,i:"i.'",an "
1877......... 1,66.3 3,441,',:49. 6.%.t1,Sv.9
187......... 1,593 3,291,535 -. 9 1 ,t,
1879........ 1,477 3,236,942 .5,37,212l
IS 0O........ 2,026 4,344.51.. 7,'"',U.11."
1881 ........ 2,727 5,794,1100 IlIn,25 1,iiso
Of course Eugl.Aud makes the greatest use of the
Suez Canal, but it is hardly reali/-d even in Eng-
lanud how important D Le-."ep Ditch" i to her
cotininer,'e. In IS70 she furni-hed 6a1 per at. of
the tonnuuage which sonl-ht that :-haumn.l : in l'71,
65; in 1s72. 70: in 1S73, ..;4: in 1i.74 and iu 1ts 7.,
71; iu ItS;7 a. 7 ; iu 1 77, 7-:. in 1 7', 7: ; hi 7.:,
77; iu l..Si, 7ti. and lait yea.r 's,2 p-r cent. T!t-
di-tauce .ved by th,-: iiaimn lIn tihe j:iiirney t n Idiii
i3 neatly half' tflat by the Cape 't Goopl H'. p-
rh.t i,' t.- .savy, 'Ai ile tr,,a thie l ie .li-h i.' uel t .-I ,
Poiut dc deC l;- iu Ceyloni br the litter :'.ure v-i-
11 ,t.ii. by the Sue-z C.iiu:l ir i, tri,.5'i r .: a lVy nd-
ditl,'u to the pas-i-enger farea: beiu..'.I' t..,i, i i al.
aud the same amIotlut per tou for fi'eigLt.
ALFX..I ,N -TA.-'-,f til- .ai -rt .udius t, t!,a iL-i.
Alesandria is th- uu- ..,r which the eie.s IF tlie
Yiorld itse at pr't--out hxeLd.! Tihi -ilty,. Egypt's chief
seapoit, lies nema the ''tr--.ranc.str it an,:1 h ..i tihe
Nile, on the lMeditera nean. I. is distant fro-
Cairoi 112 fnliLr-: :thiwest, coiinuuni..atiag wit'i
that city by railway, (aual and hin River aNit,.
The city ii built, o a i,-iu-ulJ, anl-einiely thi-! --
lia-ad I'haro-, so killed ai!t'r ti:- flinaos i; !it
house of oldeh tim'c-s, oue ,f the -e-cu a,:unJdr.r of
the world, now repl.acfd by tfli i- c-tle ,' PhI:.:aill-L
(F.aillmoni. On (the i-thnmu conn..:.tiu-i" thie uie.vlnn
city with the I.mainaIild are h-e,; ,Ihe ruins :4i tll-
u cinti t -le Alx.ands i, ,., ii uiary a mile. The
city owes, inmip..urtu-ee to its lirin bf-e-.u
the main -tationii in the overland I ii(.- to ia..lit vi-,
Suez, itith n ii.a li ili t. i-, cuune itld by- line of
railwniy. AMa rmet Ali fortified and imiuprovd.1 bti
the o!Al k,.ir -.o.. annd the n-ev port, making it ait one.D
a naval aisanal aud lsntalti.n .rnd.1 a large, aonmDertial
centre. He 'thierise ge,'.tiy ;iml[ruied the city,
sitbtuling thea ancient tommuui.-ati>.,u, wirb the Nile
by mean uf tie M:ianhm.dij:h --ual, wbii was
Lo.pened in 1SI '. ."-i,-c that liuit thin. population
Las qu:druplatd, Ibeing ow upwardp e of ".w.i,1-1
Ian ftle aialsIs oGf E i-ngu.Id, Ala-xauda i. i- cel -biatcdl
i..t the great b:tatl,- that : .,k ph .ie tIv lert.. on ifaii.h
.ta. I t.,l '.A..-- a.., :i' .- ] ,i i'. h, i, ti>.;r_ tM ilF:. i.r, ,1 ,th
ti-a- Li n ,,i. tao.-ps, ht le" 'A' L P:ii.:, A itcuioil)bie.a
i ho de feated ti.-em. Thuuigih a .a re, .t!. i ,- pi.Le to
residue iu, the 4-.\ ia- .**-.a tu .one gi ,.'-at hn .."'jr, tera-.,'
that irs w:., I i' jree ' aid !i-'ile t,)
be nt .fl at ny f lm. Iii' e t n ii e, i. 't 't !:'-si!k-
ii-iu g.

The Questi-ioii of the duvL !

'tEx'r tno lwI all ahoilh iigip u :i a i, 4,- n ,.S
-' of lhe a d ii ct i i' di t i .. ..'.:* :, i .
the quey-WVlitere canu we iii d a :i.,.,-./ Tai-lv .'
'I fie Tailor-thi-s nodten.ra inelhet'u, itI In' .k i
uian that lie i. It hu- lita ii sa;id L uiies dI ,
not mauike a uimaI ," but nman i.- uniluadla 'iItnuit i
thoemn ; -they introduce him into So,:i-ty .anid t.e p
him there.
The Undersigued would respeeifi.'Ay c,1 the
attention of their numerous patrons a:v I'a h .i
in : neirn! to the fact, that their

New Stock
0 R 8 U J )M I E ;
.Is Now Ready.
'l hey guararanrte their Patonins the hais:' tS
siindaid .ol Iporlectiona in, ('G..ods, :o/f1le, .'..!i
Work ianship. 'I leyv can do this laa-.:.luis,' aiF
,stabliiahnment i. carried on by ithre I'r.acii-c;l
Snailoi orf exl|iiience, uwli i ill alia:a b. -
happy tradminiii,ler to iithe- laes ol their C.'u'-
toi eis in a polite mir.inli r, iand ex'.. nt.i ali ui.l-i :
with dikpata-h.
J. M. McNEILL & CO., I
64 and 65 FroSt S/rtaf.
Hamilton, June 19, 1SS2.-tf.

For Sale,
At "Royal Gazette" Statiou..v ,a
fBendrie's PetroleLum latetlt il .p-1

1t 1' ,l of I 1bei i -

Establishin ei tI
From QU.cea .o / r0 rt r '.i'pc., Ua-
.statnr Orer o. 47.
a .a'-.', i .if F... '.,-, i'l t' -"
- F -

.-'-- a-it IF..,' N 'V 1.. ''. i -..i ', ... Frot
a,' e.- I eo r :'1''. -17. 1 aa- a -a-
. a.tlu a- .l i -.
iaCifii',.r, Jul'y 18th. 1l-2.!.

iup])orted for a Society.

-ij a
i--i I--
-- '- 'a~.'A ~ 117*

, i i -.!- L .

P *. i ls, *'i. -a' ,.ii o, lt-1irlin C .

!" n .. ,. ii ,," : iE irl..,n filti : -:

,.erc ar Th 'Uflt : Fot thbe t niii .r-iigm-l. 23 Front
,iltrcA. tUp Sa t ai .,
The Pl-mnts will be spei-ally tel'ePted.
Tei mt- sexe,-dingly moderinat;.
None will be s nt. or(. exepting those or-

Hanrmilton, Jnue 2., I82.-

For Sclep.

12 ery Fine Black BroaId Cloth e7 1 1
Frock Coats, Ba
1 1 l By i roadwhood.
Warr.Anted ell-- le. i.iese: F..l ai stvle, and H been e-.enl r1-titff,.d ad Strings ten,. -
the I -'t in this to,5-.. -e H e ie.t trmn -haut.
i 15.
AND Apply toI B. W. WALKER & CO).
12) l)j-ol Frock Coat;s, tUine July 17, I..-; -
Wrr 1
Ta,- ;:,.t-'- 't'a, i nprtc-d t.,. a,. ,-' *. ii r, t-int 1 y iite dU .-
the j:,.r:.,- :.;. i i' e 'i ..i .-,! -' v h inat
Ii:-' > 1- an ^ in: r -aarn .-. a I IC'-i v t
,.,.i. ,.e -Ii to Ce i ;- Out te same at a m ediatel
!.. r.., iln ie un...t ten day-, d s, l' .5 a. t
i,, ee le '!,!.e i_ ,sA FIipp.Td. CLASS
J, H. 1ROBIASC,` S CO., Al' A* ET l tl.
The Clothiers. .'.'ly t,
I ,. pri.tli, 47 Front street. 0. L. DICKINSON.
Jine :.7, I. -'Z. Hamilton. Aprill 3, I1,S2.

f / pes, Prints in Thm-. Lime Lime !! Lime !!!

Y T.IYME btlurnt with Cedlar Wooal
feause we get them rol-'mn he -1- 'and Coal, e-n bhe ip-irela'e.] at tie Ki!ti
Iatati' celd-rs and can sell tdle,,i at h,'.vc, n this Too n Ifronm O ,,a e L .isi-l t. 25 at 9d.:
I. :C', iuani ailay lu-;e in [Lern:>i :i. lot a'l l olers i over -'35, zs -L i ;;rrian'il '-e arni
a.ltar NE'K WEAR of thN latest tg,'de '. a,, olce.
ii IUpplhea I -, .al.1' to ice.
L ad ie s i o, llai ;ltoa a I .. ,, I a
(j ,tI N eight Snil .TS.;, \'nie V;"- 1' - and (- Arraigi-iettfs fur delivery to any part
"uIL'.er C -IT -. o u the .aidi *.ani als') he made.a
J. M. M.ANEILI. & & 0o.

on, I I Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Fr a,,1 "-ti r.i Ha1 niltouiit
For RiiS iSale,, .
3 MARKET 1Ls .Le,.ieihaln Sreet,
t.'.A---_ A AT LLOYIDS,
,taa' pt 1 1 11 t 1 a La ON iD N ,.C .
1 rriv b the Steai,?,--r 'Beta' on 12th. May I'ersonl a ilte-mioni it'ea tao C'ia,.siirnilents o0f
proxiumo. ertm iad P !-!'!i; a,..I ,i .* li,.-; a.f I" --r-
These Wagtons were builtt at the- Fietoiry of T.Ulii'- order;.
J. A. DeWviUie, Halitax, .- .. for A0pri' :-a 18a i.
BerautrI. Price moternai tF. ri i'ma a(,i n n-
iolating t'. anorppve pirrciai. F O al S ie
e,:" 1,5th iApri! -t f 3 .

eeivi ioi Loilid[ i-ess-Price 2,
V,it N-tv Yin-k p.t Orino....," at the Royal l' l.
:,.-tt-" Stationery Store. cAN3F- Fl

C '-llier s and Littl- Artlur's lisory of Eng- I'iii C 5,
land Apply t) M 'N .It ? SON, ., 8..
Maorden'e.p:ieparedGUM in inlottli.s with brush Gci. e'-
anl] top ..1. ,(v ,5, 18S"2.
Lea.d Pr-nil-. Steel Pe t-u
'i'i.-l e IPAPEit--,ssurt:.d e-olour's fPRY the new :nn.'lin,- Mixtun.-.' "- '.'huli .t
Violin STRING4 &ei., &C.. a- C'lub" H. A. Gianthii has for :i-dl-.
IH tini!Ito:n, J lv :3. 15 '23 ....6-
r-? -*- Ha ts, Ifats, Hats.
^^ T ^~ i 1' a-.. *J t'l_ r ,-- i i i l -n ?

A0r2, nryala's Electric Bel.cs.


AFIAPTED '10 ALL PA i. OF rPf-': fl)iY I
Chronio Nervous Di-,a ,.. N ritis 1tobilbiy, Phy.
eical Prostration, Biain Troul'.!j, Paralysis,
Spinal Comptiants, Lung iiso-rders; Ii-ipoinc', ,
Liver Complairnls, Dysptrpiai, Rheurali.nm
Headaches, Female Conjiit..nit, Pa ai', iruTe I)e- .
cay, elo

, HIS wonderful discovery in the ropri..t.iu i:.!
\ Eiectricity enables thle t ai er : -.r,, -.: .a:i-
ific ;at.- -.twI 'o h;.i o n t1iease ii a e'rl -, !(
Nature'sa mt. Tbhe bhet actl, by ai,) of the I
and moistalueof the baody ad vclvi- C.:.u-;i'It.; t
currents that inluse tb.e F ilemu with tbh vital;zitig
element until the ,itease is overerIie, a re-
cuperative process e-tablikiu d.
The Elec-ti-Maguetic Curren, ns evolve I by I r.
Bryar's aapliances,,strengLhe-iFs IL- p.ot'IAus --5 e: ae;,
give fl'orce tLu tie brai..a an.l <-'.:;'- icn f(ain Lon, re-'
:tore I.ft or impaired po,.vcr d b:.--ly or wind,
,l.cihbe r isfi oa, bo'a a.ctsa of i'i, ; udri '-c., i -kties2,
or old,1 ne.
i li nialr i,'-d t'aanlu!.i !i:. i'il'.-' li l !im u!rl rs, -eni
orn .1p. -;.:,i,,. Oniert teceiv.-2'.i Ita Iany re-
H :Sfi .si;.,e ul l.ia ,nissi,.. ,-i.ui-, -.-rd i-; e: 2ering 'nd
Fitt r'.1ui im unttl' the wai a l ue tl-ht ri..r- ; te-
:.aI;afi t n al. a : 'a ai-. .- Va- ia ; i i n' '

11; I. 1:Trn i o'l : trf l-., I.' .4

One hundred different Styles,
lletller ind Clhe l : tn illn an irn It. ran ita;I.
J M. )McNEILL & CO.,
i' fi l F ire. I.
i n, it 1, Jtune 12, 1' '.

Fvei\lion i wa-ni it, ,L' very i-w .. it
I, ,:titi.i- uv.i-it peol,. dI no1 kn ,'1 m-1.. w t':i
";--t 'f ir r Q ii I p) 1 4 in ti: r ot-
inl ,..I lnl T e. ,,:, itoi t ,- ,i r i .|dnl.
:i h '. 1 .- o .li 'rinitl T lon tb.-' '; ..I -
a i .i:t.--- :k >. -n. 1it- bi .in -txpf:Irt '-ho
uliitnr-tatldba the ait' of blen'liina- vn jiiOsiS
ft na-Ia-. '"i '"* ati' l' .-ttin> ini tie ni,:s.
p r itn,.. l:llie:' it i i,, iv',ilFli tli i:.llt
t lil ;i a ;in ani ain.'nlnt;.s',. ta_(ct n ilaj inn
pounds a 'ktit..,- u .F /., 1 n. n v ,/ij iqi'./, ,
be".ia 1 ur I -i i s i t .: a:- t- I tgo i' it-- .- "
g-n uiiiin s,- I. .i a.*,:L iac-:kn -y.:io: Itaini-thi-
TLnl,. rre-ip'- foia uakii, ggoail C.'ttei-. Wa-
lai.>kt\w., kirnlw,1.'Ih"luin n -. 's a. ,. -i ."sit '.ini'
an.l pnpirgent : 'hurtiehr'3 "- No. 1,"' inild
and ,i.i-1. One l'-" tlh their will suit eveiy-
tast'-. They have the thregrt great points,
I.. /.. -, /i, l I/, I..... .t ,il/,s/.. Ir a ,oll .i'le
p...' A-J. a',. r ,.,i a'- ; l' ti' ihrl,,.ir'
IOn /,.l. 'I.t., i i s ? pnr i ti'/Fi "' .-o,. :;'4"
...1 A- ... 1a. D ., nui e i- pit ,fft' with alny
other kind -y'riu owvn lp.In ti will tell you
w-alt i-. b-,St.
W ie,:. et-isi. in ,i .n-.-ir.- it, we al- i l tiir-iah
th. -* /i,,/'" ('.i, .--p,' t],t .--il.nplt-st. best
anl a tain. i,::.'. itt'e,.e-pi t in existi-int e.
ra-i, e' \'- hi ;'eli Otlii' CoFtn.-e k fp tIhi-au
A.-.k lor dlJ.ei-el iptive t- ir,-.ular.
h .-r,-.i.-et full. A:c.,
Ii. K. & F. B. THURBERI & CO.,
hn'..rt,-rs. W-hoi,:-sale- Gr.-r an 1 iCfte.
iloasters, New Yaok.
P.S.- \s the larg-,t d--alers in oo.d .u':.-
iuIats it th- world., wi ftrent t':, m.ltai.tute only pure alnd.
wh.vl-,,lle s.:"d- an. 1d ,ak themu iu a tidy
and, satiS'.'.tI'tlary iiiaanlhr. All g.,ods
beaniitn 4(-L iti.luiantir.- giarantttr-d.l t- be
a' -jp:-'ii i itquality, J.1s 'u tiint di-ria-1 i ale ja-athuim -l .in r ttnd.t \n
,\. ha e in.r-.- int tan a- si.e w l.ri- anttini-
ers 1ai:v_ fari .- artivnn It is
tiaui-i-lo t -) to h ilul:. -St 'i it'-, -., -.l-,
and iii ( -',iisiat a -;1' to tnsei i st,'"-i,',.' r s',,,.


I S .h a v i n a te a n l l t e r -
n, r- I a: a n. .a-

: r'e '! n-:i .ani -- i' ''. ; .1', y Ii in .
Rei- Streei, Haniltin, ?
Ji., e I1?, .18.'?.

"0r af

Sold for n> 'fanilt. (.- ly too small for the
Owvnei s u1 e. Will x.h'tngt'- for la ga-r
|o01'' .
T"- -ns runi'.lF n known on a:nl plie:nition t.i
Jamilfon, June I'-1, 19'82.
Bermuda VeterinaJv In-
i annry, .

.i --
TiHEODO.' r. l'! !-:RlilID( N.\,.., Re-
sieniie', a lian l.itfl
E. R 'VD M Ell it!i, P.V.R., RiH cnv>, laim-

W i l visit t. I .ir .-'. Pa :l'-- ,n ilv on al -
dn% O rtiae .o i(G. Spurlin I sqr't..
\\ ill vi-'t *-*,.. l :' n h't \ .
I,.eid :- :. an ii tii .;iiti "?, l '..

Plan0 aFt E. T.'nild's

am. A HI-ouse and Lot,
In the Townf o0 T/ imiltm n,
For Particulb.-rs l ple',e a;il)i ti.
Iiamnilton. No, r. -2!). l 4l.

; C (ot.tage to Le.-t
"-- Ill Cedar \ venue.'.
Po-',,.-ion ive on An Isa July.
F' *, turtl'er irticttul a 'pily .'.
I ,l i i .lune I -, i" '-. 2.

For Sal:. Pri-.? X-21.,
A 1.1ly-Sitff an,.d D,-pirriii.-nt. Otfi.:':-r Quacir-
ters, Boaz.
-..lmie 27. 1SS2.

WilliamnIn James heney,
J1 U C 7' 0 A E .
S'hipiping- nnd n Comrnriissiln A'enit.
(.nii-a. r- ree
11! NMII.'-PT)N, Br"! Ilf-.
I'rp..- nt a t' i i 'iOr l h i. l in eils.
-_-: \inrti.,ii 'e.l nes ana'' a :ni l"'i'., -.

For Sale,
AH A Milech COW,

Gi\'in lu. f i t 5 Quarts-5 per dlay. '. ya-i old.
Prie Xl1).
Apply ,:, EB. W. WALKEl & CO..
July 17, 1SS?.-3

Cook Wani:1
P. a Family i -ii!i in' i]n ,li- Town
PHat se a. apply t thiY '(-i i -.
H .ia jilt..n, Inly' I I' -9.
('..,tr :-: iha.!i-- n i ..lI It .1 al.,.i .= -ut in
lh h :. l l h l' 1 l ./ ti -

1 s.--.. -- q -.

a.'-i. '': ; a l, 'a~ll c-ln atr 1 L-i',isd41io
Situd N.%-w Vorki.
Th,.- STEAMSIHIPS of this line V-nmnuprises;
'I W'ELYE ot the .umarre't steaumeis (ibel.onging-
t,, oni Cl''('ilany'i in thie Atlanti: sei vi ,e l.-a'v-
i, .he- m- ,:rt of Nv" YYo:rk. They ar n-uilt en-
li ly-ly ,. ir6:,' andl sh.el. ex-ept the,. nNo .ely de.-
.-.,.ati-v- p.rt-u. a' .. I *liI i m. i'm in; -. wu n; rairht
1in.1 ir t-.I roof a-"tmparttwiient. a ail provided
'with -veivthiin a.- :l-i.blaatrd t l a.i t.o their
safety, and to the a t Ai.-,i.,rt and.. I''viilvnl. ineae of
j';..a--'- -'.n s.. Thl -.'alons a';nd :,!;nt.,.-. ri.:in (all
on th r- main deck) .,r, unusually largp., light,
anl aity. Thi,- table and, gn.-ill appoint-
iUet.nts -coia l.ari tavoiliaably Ni!, theF 't hotel.-
in England.
LOn-e of thIse -laiint-n' will .ail tfriiom New
YVork -very S'aturdny. fur Qeiii'enstwin and
Livrpl,,-,, a i w .-:ky for l '.i dl'ot, t. taeo
New i.:i-r :.; North River. Rites ,t pas.:sag-
in cirren'cv :-Tu Queelnsliown lantid Liverp.-ool,
S:, to CI ti. To Lon.iiln direct r ii' -':i Do,.k,
W 'ia 1 ta ,.'1Fii : ex'-iir.sion ti.-kn't 'e i icurr-n-..y
Sth erage pa.- ,ng ,'n'.i. 4cinirauicy,. F. r further-
.i tic-ulaius al .ply t th- Company's Offices,
;V' .: ,''* I, n. 7i', E i ...t; l.dW -. -, N .'.-. \' V o -,.
F. W. J. rIURST,
Ma linger
New York, JTaniary 27, 1982.

UIO N i L iN
,. ,. S t, e t

LLING At1T l..

WVYfaIENG, ''uedaIy. Jul' i, at 2-U0 p ..
Al.IZONA .. 1NS, at iat.40..
\BVSSINIA 2' 5, t noon.
\'ISLONSIN ". August 1, -o00 r. .
L'. ES::A 8. at 1230 p.m.
WV(I0)f1 IN 15, at 6-00 a.m.
A, IZON 1. 22, at 10-0 na.m.
'. he th ,e Steamuer:- are built expressly ,.*
thie T!:det', have live watertilgh bulkheads, auld
,;: t p'FrieleC.3d U.flears, Surgeons and '4t..% -
:lesse. [liesal'Joo commiiatiio3nsa re oi-
:,i pai-d by any .Atlanuic Steamners, and !;e
.- t H'ioo s arc on maii deck opening into the
n'.a.n 'tIus seeming that great comfort iln
. ian irael, p rlct el ntilatlion and li2ht.
'a:iok.i. ; k iooia, Ii.ia RI n :1 and PiMant :

Th( U. S. .!ail ts'auin cr ltrihioo',A' I ;r
M,-r uid:.-,T hIlrLtW ,,,. ",r'ir;1iiiy ..t nt N".1%
1 ar!. tin ,lonnl.n's, :; ni! Pi'.- en[ger-' b15 a. et r n
i- '.ii1 .te'reI dir.tL l to he iiverp, :.,l St;e.Fl .l-
s.tllml l, t ll.i3 .
W IL L .AL M 8 & G iON,
-9 "., roadway, Nw,. ,, 1-.
Ntrw York, Junae &*, 183-2.


To tthe Prin)ting' Businells.
\|I1'1,' at. RoVAL (GAZrTTI: O FIC(.
1 milhia, June I0, 188-2.
QILVER Watt-he.s from C 0 to 7. Gold
" Watches from .: to: 20. at Child's. All
'-jr"fieclion *a.'ains-t lF'Ie.
VT 'i.2: .o-rIT MODECRAT'f AT'I.'- be olriined Ifron the
O0 Lowlo;,
.... Establlihed and W ealthii-t
1 iceos in Great Britain.
'lhrirugh the HB N.CHl OFPICE in thte
l l -, a .-'avinag is e:'eeted to the Insunre-
,r, i t.. h,, l iaf, l a1 very coni -lerahle item.
I .:'l1n io1th o1[ ;i EAtL hi=J i'Lt.R SO .L
PiR.- i.i'' \ i V iFir 3, or 12 imonitis.
:* .:.. 1'' C, A i lir I'. -licit.'
Hflia, ilra',, :;eite )!cr 9th, I .TWh.
(I ALITrMEr CLUB" Smokiilg Mi2xtui
-' is very ni. Try it. i. .1. Grantli-
am, 4a nod 47 Front Street.


i,1 Ceiiineltly recil'mnm-iided to the I'ublie as
an llllt'tliiig r.-amely t ifor wouLInds of evt:rvy de..-
Cril>ti,:,n : a 'C-rtoin rriaemely l'F:r iUleeratel,-'- l --
lini ns scalls, bruises, chilblails, scorbutic
-rii.tioin an i pi Inpir.s on th- face, .-.ore anil
inulame.e eves, sore headi, sore breasts, piles.
It ;ilo ,.iilir,-ly r.nmoves the foul smiael atising
rFin I anuv-r.
'nId in p:ot%, 1:3.,d., 2-;. Old., 4s. 6d., l s.
an-.l 12-s. each : and his
P IrL.IE skNW''-sceRanpB&L3E oR,
.L''t a 'i '%-IVE P PILL%. by ui.:,re than isxty years' experience
to Ii:-e One of the best mediciues fur tpurifying
thi- bloo.l an.l assisting- Nature in her op-era-
tions. They foI, ,m a taild and superior family
ape-r.ent. whi,-nil may be taken ,t, all times
without l .-':naiaiteui.nt or change of diet.
Sold in Box at 13.d:1., *2 !1 id., Is. 6d., Ils.
and 22s. r-ach.
Prepi,-e. ,ii-ly by BEAC I & B.A.RNICOTT,
E', Dt i.-et. Kn'laiAnd, an1,: soil by all
2fedicin:.e Veiindol s.

Chean Ueading

A leW '.a)l,.OiS of tile STUNBEAM

Ie'r-inidJ ilo'u Lrd,:, aitdl on Sale at R,,yal Ga-' Slaliontry Store
F.'-trt' drink ..r, should re-ad the adveli-e,.nent in
.'l *tlin ,..,mnn h} ,iled GrIa.I' ( .i,.

i.. .' r~' LUGr .-S I

S i'i de

-. 6 4717 9 6
S21'e'5 24 6 46 18 9 54
31 ii '4 (' -6 196 10 42
4 ii5 -. tJ 455 0 11 3(0
5 Sat 2'.6 6 1 44- 1 1-2 18
S ) U- 6 45J- i 6
'71 -' 132.;' 1 54

L[arma-i.s Day

. ix. i" 2' Iult. dua
Lu'. Mail .iaHali-

9!14, ati,' r/-'dty

La-. Qn n rta r i-i' or., dhy. 11 li ur-, 51 minutes, a.m
!' \ '..-.f ~ rra is published
,-,sr: Tl'"':na-' by DooNLrE [ 'PHER LEE,
; ri, ; t', th'il t,! u :'.- Iost Excellent.

Ar IS1is 'iSIC!':,
. ni-thi i .-.t .'.irfero' of : i! ,nd Burnaby Stre. ts,
H, amilton,
';. lahk.-, Hurnd-bills, &c., will be
:rin!' alsh,.itpte notice.-Agents
/. hr:..s !,.-r the hi,,nat Gtazelle, Messrs.
'Loia.L S VI.E ,& NON, West i:nd, Water



Supplement 9o the iemLd4

R d V

!rr/? welt:-,

milon, TIsdt-Ly, August 1, 113 2.

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B B ERM It U f1 A.

Proeedings of the fIroqn-ahle Legislatipve
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The r Hou. 'd, 1 p'! d the Bk-' bN. -

h '. i Governor', i ,f' vi a y t, e '. niai Secr't ary.i
(No. :4il. -
The HuO. J, H. B i'.y in th 'ir.
The Commiltev reros.

Theou thre o the Legilatumed.iv
Cahoe') t* Ri-porn, od 21st instant, with a copym
ofhe Chirma.e rlr'r ~ ls e o rmlsi.': ner appointed'

Te Hous apr by the Legslatr for th p
"be1 following 31a.1he "L :t,%ct Lo Ec-1telducy the

post-er!P wpre.'d in the said Act.

H i r '1wnt", 24th July, 188F2. 1
(NT.. 12t
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( .t i o,,+ "' .+ ;,i '~o,'isn .m .'n er-..i.-.C 'ie .

The 'it :.r < r has the honor to forward lor thie
inKraatwron A the iiHonorable the Legislative
Coun;ci ta Rlpo',rt. dated 19th nsta-nt, wit a oopysta
ont 186-5 ccunt fppor the tweleoi ihe ended of
.31s.' ceit.. 8pr by there LegTslt urush oes si puo-te
pounder lt of e in th Sin Baid Act. No.

Pail Buitd uigs, i}
'i'.;,,! r, 24th July, 1882.

Comn. L, n bten the Islands n, Londo

in the i;-pv c. s the honor to forward the scond

nThe .lt I'. Boylte in the Chaionorabe th Li e

The Cha rrait ispos ted tswh ic-. Cu .u clbon' amend-
TCaiI to H r.oi. dated 19the ln-pot. wti y tat
mhe Bill entitled "(or the tweend ise Ballotded

Tbheic 'lli amendments were propose
Clan- 4. lii the word '. purpose -
T the w! srds "by the Returni !ngo prOvi Ir Steam."

St'e i.U. '. Be owle of the sair.
Toe ,',imii+eL rose.t
The !iusen resumed.
The Chirma.s treportte te li y .sib thou .. amsid-, wpthich werhe lptd the :pori.e,
A i?74" ws ordered th. the ll ou raed time.
thele 'ioie wseblyt int Commia lesea threo. ing
t;.er r -,. J ;ncke in the Chaid m d nt r.
Tme- '..i.e delivergd by tba e on.dr at n ier p ho d ai
agreed tto :
Mrt -'pi words "b SPt'er turning OiM-4.'"i i
St ;c-.r.- ,:ct'he wib,.,ljcof L bg.s i'rs ',:, s X .uin to

rhr- 0Sr am

A..u ti I' w o denrs olt i- Bill r.lrlaentid l-,
the 'i,',t. onr re lice a yu ioo-ae ,twIjhrg

in certa tm-Sctr-lnieati which tI-e Cauncil deed l
eBpeir;u. to e!' wade thereto-a copy of wbeh- |
ame'.dae.ts is delivered berewih.
I ,B. e .n ,.:,;l i by Cth." Laogillatr '.,,iaavl i r -

A .j'o."t to .1'itb dda the Bailot. Ae t, 1874," u

Mpbirl to bh- ead thereto-a i ;>tfpy of [noSabe
Cn osi Chmber, f Assembly

u 3j,..itI i t i" P ',tdi t iilon .t ii l
Al)n'r-/ f,- ,f Pro'dwt of" t/ ra lf,

Mr. Wade, o: present /y.Mr Wa Peditiou pfeoitt

Tot &. Cox,. M.erc:hantls of Hamilton, prayiag for
the rersi.,coo oat Dutles paid on certain Sieam
Me. ;,ie-ry .mipoited by tiem for chilling Bt.---'or
rts ,t forth in the Petition.
Thb' vt ,'.ra s .esral intro-daLv.ed the- following
Bill-..;,ich c 'vre .everally iad a 3rt time :--
.4 Bil relating to the currency of certain Gol'l
and Silver Coios in theer Islands.
A Bill to repeal tns 2od Section of to .\c' far-
ther to amend the Road A-s.
A Hill for the Eretion of a new toverrumet
The Attorney General ak0,i (or leave lo with-
draw th Bill lutroduced by him on the 28th June
las., iel.,ling to Births, Marriages anid Deaths an.
regiaterd-which was agreed to.

'he Attorney General ionroduced a Bill Io pro-
vide for I-he completion of the Register rof Births
Marriages and Deaths left incomplete by the late
Registrar General-which was read a first time.
'Tbe Bill to amend and continue the Schools AN .
1879-was read a 2nd time and Committed.
Mr. Keane in the Chair.
The several Clauses were agreed to,
The Attorney General moved that the duration
be to the 81sat December, 1890.
Mr, IW. J. Frith moved "188"'-whioh was ai-
Ayes 1-Mesars. Speaker, F M Cooper, It J P
Darrell, R D Fraser, W J Frith, A J Frthb, J
Fowle, J M Hayward, A J Hodadon, WV H
Hughes, V S Masters, A M Oadnoy, C Penslton,
R Tyne, 'T J Wadson.
Nays 7-Messrs. 8 C ticll, T N Dil, N J Dar-
rell, 8B Gray, W R Peniston J N Smith, T

Th- rueitrmcd.
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j;nfoq. i,,- '. n iuse Hono.i lt:Ic o'FU U or -nhb,
S Repol,.1'..'.l i rislat.t sh a tatenent or
Acount fir i3 hv. f-~ke m.'n' ts w'i.. d 3 git Dec .m-"
eri .1 l, .ri th Ie te... app-ii u der the
p -ro io u wif.l!.! t'i. .i.' i. c No 12 r: sun .1

bli. olwilding3 |I Hi EdaiIniriIoq.

241N h July, 182.
(No. L.AL

Govienor and Commander-in-Chief.
'rh, Goverrjyor bas the hon- or lo. I ward foir the
ini"frn.-i.oml of the honorable H-loose of A.ssembly,
a P.epoi, d.L:eJ, 2lt iinst.ant with a copat of ase, '
fr,-.- i., :uns Truis ioneraappojino under thn i'r-

T;ouo !o !'Ac-t No. 38 of the Session of 1864-6, for
Sprovir.ioe of in.isting the sum of N4,000o et
UpasL by Lbe Legislature for the purposes expres.m
ed in the said AOc.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, i
24th July, 1882. j
iu.-etiioner of Mesrs Trott & Cox falr remis
a,mij of do'y on lhe: importation of Steam Machin-
ery or hilliand o eade-w readand Committed.
btr.i F. Jn. ironer In the Chair.
Mr. Wadson moved that the prayer of the Peti-
tion .e granted-whieh was agreed to.
Thlie ousili resume ad adopted, the Reolution.
Mr. Peadon of rolured a Reo & ve for refunding
Be hig f diues ovn poraidon heof Steam Machin-
soer "--whill was read a first timeed..
%fr. Vadson Looed that the prayer ot the Peti-

NMr. Waaison introduced a Resolve for remittiug
the duties paid on steam Maehlnery-which was
evSd a flM timn.
Tho Bill entitled .in Ac to amtend and Conlin.
uoe th Sch:.oil Act 1879"-wras read a third time
and paised.
The Resolve granting a sum to the REformed
Epis;iepal Churoh"--was read 6 third time and
pisO .
The i. louB sooi. iaw Io committee to consider the
tmnea'imeutLs proposed by t.- Lagislative Counoil
-i be mYade to "thn BaL'r--. Aei. aimnd neril Bill."
Mr Cooper in th Obhair.
*Thbe t1 '- a'midj'.1nt was agrede to.
Mir, 'Vadri .nrlow-:.] i['st 'e second pr ,p)..-',
ain-uirasnt to 'grc';d to' --which was negatived.

'1 b- i1iz'U#-;1eB rnlFB imi aind ado ped the RnsolautSl
," -Ul s w, .!m ittt .
Or. red, '.:i moira ...'' .tL W"V iadson (that he! e.A title .t-.:t rnmeri the Bals. ..,t,
,- r," h. retu ..: 1 to the- Legislative Council with
A B.:. g",n,,r nigt a.ii a g thbattIte l-ln e oi .LesFe.-
bh.- *, onc.arrtt in the lire. amendment proposed
.' -.i:,-" t- the r ir-cl, I.-), bea not, eo.lC erroo i in
idi --rond."
M1. ,'. Peois.'t -.00- ri nce foli,':wig Vf'eitagei
to ,-i- a : ih-Ge O.,rnor.
Thb- iM 1esi ',1-,! 9 '.'at to lisEslx.:e'!ineoy .e
it.;.i Al joi call !i e EB7celSlaoy's attention to ibhe
r- ri,:,u an.i ,i&dagerou .-.bstruotion to the public
-3--, I-. Oi 'roe t Y.r-qnB?ied approhob LIo the t,.wn
ku; 'a.1somhei ythe tb 'liiiw' at present io ui- for
k il y j altee e t ,.ion, ,t i t e juoetli- a .of t0, e
N., ',.:v..-mLi'e Ronad with the Malarual running
troni .h Est~-.wrd -Fjitothe 'Toown of Hamilton; and
I. c.-qLu.' tha,'. ,i* Exoioelleict will beplased loae-
,',raiie f,;" i.': ipiormat;on of the leghilsa;ure
wheth.c ip puie .. ib1l* to treuove ib obsira'c,,n
te,,, :-. F ie i ',d iat thatl 'pOt.

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L' '.. i'.J'JT.: Bill,
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.N'eer titns dca;' dawned out of the heaven.,
thnu Friiuy last, '.nd probably never happier
,'"."pu ny :e-tmabl'dJ unddisperaedthan that. whichon
that ly. enjoyedyed ir, holiday on Ports' Island. It
w-.. uaive-rally ctsideredt the greatest favor ,to he
in.,i: ted to o. in :ty every rmau. woman iand child oapablte of
moivin,., h.o h'd .u..- chlrim to being ,.'.onSidered as
St'ri:udlv- the ,uday So tiu ,k advantage of
it. TLi M..audymu and "Iris" m-ie four tripe
I t: tht Iilud, ,:arryin Iirg'e numbers ea,:h time,
besides yachts aud other b,:,ate used privately for
the purpose. The entire day was spent dhre in
th. midst of greatftiftivities anard hoipitality. TI.o
munch cauino be said of these latter features of the

,.c,:caion. The number'of baskets. the endless varie-
ty of ti tables and drinkable., and the with whi,:h strange r,- were admitted invothti "hom?.
circle," wer,:- themes of general admiration.
Ltughtei rang through the grovel ; must floate.dl
in the air and was t1.ormUe weetly over the waters :
swings, quoits, cricket, and other rational games
abound-d. Mr. Meyere dispeneed ie6 croam w-with
Sri lavisbh haal. L,,,nving the wharf in return three
cheer and a tiger echoed among th.p hills for Cap.
taii Barniardiatoij. tlih -bliging Suporintendent of
Her Maj-sty's ,ropeity. for his kind,lise in granting
the the us h of e laud. The bal fittingly r-o'.se
thb, day by playing: "God Save t' Q.ueen'."

x.'XssX3r.uATl AND TRANSMrUr STA".--Cormy -
(.ien. Morri'. O.B.. with Aasts.-Comyvs.-On. Ran-
dall aud Richardson as riW Secreteines, are under-
orders to proceed to Egypt on the formation of an
Army Corps. A--. ,'wy 4 tiNvqy Gaute, July 8.

:t'atf5.T La.niidl .l;'ltin..

T I,.e P ,i...,,: u b y -'[: .....i t.:.. leis l., their
ar- n '" P. t .. .:.--e.1. on W ei 0 ,des-.av eo inx
.t il ,t .i .r; L t.i in ,,!1 .i f t-. .: uiil i- u. iu,'i. tf'.-
th-. t, ". ,- .!hou TlhI:ir r',Uiii r',,Oil' ki-'t 11(1nt1 L
Vu-* 1 1 i -. u n APt h-
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marI "'."l sy d.,.i nl-. t i u'tifl-" .fP in'_ o:;'. e' o n i ti tthe 11. ,'.
S -,. :.i II. i i l '['t e eiir e l i t.._ h !'g -

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, whi-lr b ety .e .'tn t .t eio , R b. .e s q .i en ,.-h

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[ r i bl 'i :,i. t''' th I v 1:,,- .* u r ii li ,' q i r i -

..t iki ^ A .kis t i. f JL.-, f iu ti l ..'t] i 1. .J:- 1 ,r-fie
e-xp. u,'-.1 lily w nI.ii, ii u,,t f.thi'-. fl i 4t4:< .ilu -
t -it ill i., v i atil e. t s,-h !i, it : : .- b-. u-.
''.lu I t r. i.'..led a Fm i il .>f Ft 'ib-h .- itiz-, r ,,.u.,'
froine th it, r'-, .'i t he alf t, ut.i 'll The liholr-
i',.' udL;ld !IB of oue of ttvof ,;rt' v tliti;es often
'.prik no it. rt s e tin kin the i .,o '(tlto n whi bru- t
exi'sr Yli.rk r. D-ncidedlyt i tioeat thiu;- of all w.l-
th-- (ipFy iT Ejip (e.,ultrul:teTR. by I. .vIbei'-M.D.,-
run irtllo lyo dlia-ht'ul--Pfali1ntto ifenstoonedi the
walh. and itl itniatea were In keeping" w':th th.:.
whole bed ity ,f construetiou RFebecrC qiiten-hed
ny .' thirsty throat. T.ble lais joined with a li-
:'thiet for the ve aind the pallate,d aud lir .li,-itor
wari. not anit inn their e.ntat iens with broiiht

Th 'e l-t ofe Juy dawued beautiful and bright ;
E eplrnded day for the Fto Champetre. e Tnder
hlie able G. perinteudanci of Messrs. Onterbridge
nidl St-ne, thi pteroandce were laid outd with a view
to i,-, the most ftadtidious tasIte. Mu.h ,care was
takes in the erection andarrangerments of the tents,
do ;,s to give the employed a view of all that was
pa.4-ing. Placed in a half circle, connected with
e?.cl other, beautifully doaorateJ with Flabgs,
Evergreenij and Flowerd, they prew..nted a gay
and festive appearance. The Tables adorned with
all that wouldd tempt the palate or please the taste
were thronged during the whole evening'. Beauty
and Fashion adorned the FWte, mirth and pleasure
reigned supreme. The "IFairy Well" and "Fish-
pond" were a great source of attraction, the latter
under the supervision of an American Lady, far
surpassed all expectation. The Balloon ascension
under the able management of Dr. T. H. Outer-
bridge, was a grand sucess. Everything conspir-
ed to iake this the most successful enterprise of the
Season, some ninety pounds being taken in during
'tho httaing d. -. .. nd. p .


The laying of the Corner Stone of said Church
took place on Thursday, July 27th instant, at 2-30
p.m. The day was all that could be desird : the
sur shone beautifully cleax, while the balmy breeze
from. the West floated gently by. The effect of
whieh wao very charming ; making one fteel asit
he would like to remain b.cneauth th'e .anivas all the
day long.
Laong befoi the time ie.d on pople right be
~su lom-ingin from all dir-ptioen, wending theur way
t. ti. plaie of attr '-tiou. All things being ready,
the ploeoTn 'h-ettTueoy w' lu'omnenlet d- nd ontduit--d
ac-lwding to the u nual form of the British Me-
thodisL EpL.'op'al I 'hiroh.
The following ii pre-ot'Aui A of the '.- ',i r',in"5v:
?si. Reading the intrloduct'ry iLeisn.
;u, Si'nginu the 666'5 Hi-rm.
3rd. Prayer by the Reliv. R ,..;kfer
4th. R~.ding '-ud, '2 P.-dii,'Lr
..y Mii'.t. r and ,:ug i'gatio.
Ci .-ngingiug hy the Choir.
S tI Reading:'rdJ L:."-.on iron I1. I, ... -I :.----2 1.
7th. Singing by thbi Choir.
8th. An appropriate and iraprc.ssive Address 'as
delivered by their Rev. Mr Buckner, arhih was
listened tu with inmarkled attention by the large
audience. After thb Alddress ,wa finished, the
usual oc'ilection ws. takes, up, amounting to 10
1/2j Akter whirh the M3iniater, standing by the
Stone, exhib.itd to thi !:ongregation a box contain-
ing a Bible, a Hyins Book, the Discipline of the
Ch uroh, a copy of the"' Missionary Mesasnger,"
the Newspaperi of the Colony, and a copy of the
B rnmuo.a Aimaiis,'k. kindly presented by the
Editor: also-, ir ,ntsnlaJing. ihe names of the
Trnuste-', Merbx-ra oe sh, Building Coammitr-.', and
Pastors; the box wt.. than deno.otd in th, Stone
and covered.
The Stone was thien .r.tuidy iower'.i to its reading
plate; t tthie iromr.tTo t the St-ome w.u'hed thebed
prepared for it. Mr. Samuel Parker, Senr.. who had
been ,hosen by the lhiil'lin~r Commniittee to ac,'t as
Chairman for their, rteppid 'o:'war'l sad presented
the Trowel to Mr. 1uckner, who. a'sisted by Mr.
JiLlian Tukr, tMiWtsstnr Bu.ldur) duly laid the Stone,
at, the same tine, tbe Rev. Mr. Bu-kner made the
usual )Declaration: .ftr which the 666 Hymn wws
sung thun ended the nerean,',ay of the lIa ng'uf the
Corn-nr Stone.
Mr. Samuel Parker wes ithu itito-u. wd an Obar--
man for thi-' riemainder of the day. rwhc., after sotine
appropriate remarks, intr.,duc-.'i. O first spe-aker,
Mr. Benjamin Bur'lhlil, who spoi very Iuterest-
ingly twnl cni-.>uragingly ,.f thi- ho-pe and prospect
of the Church.
Af'r,' hicoh the ,itercet- l, again with
ths be-et charnns of musi--
Mt WniV. Trott Was next in'l ",iui., c, wh.o- dtmade
a very ioirri-eting spe.'-h. Tbh h.ur b"ing i ti the
meeting wit iirouht 1 , h prae sy arind tlih
The Ladi-hi had eve'ryrbing in thei wsy

In the tning- cb. Tf,'.,:;br of the 4rawl Sund.y
School g. e .a very intoirnsting '.oncert ; thv at-
tendas ne -as quite* ilr-'re. The progratoume wap
very intb:l'estin '." a30.1 i-1- i, rri.-d .*iot, thu- ,sfel.-. t-
big rnmu.h 'cr:-dit upon the Teachers.
Jo-eph H. Stewart, E.sq., acted K 3[unag.r.
who, alIso, drliver-ed a ry inter.:-.ti a'.ldd.reu.
Programme finished, the meeting ,.lAeli st it ltf
hour. We have no ,loiibr that u ll -h-l,. witla-ssed
the proeeding's- ot tb,- day aud n;.,hit weut hlmc
fully satisfied.
B, F. Fi. V 1E1.1

The Sfia'rsr .attna-.liau,"' ,on ptaasag
front England, got on the Thrrum' CLap Shoal, atl
the entrance to -Halif.x Harbour, on the moruine
of the 16th ultimo during a heavy fog Aftej
Being lightened, she was drawn off by H.M.R
"' Flaraingo" 'wirh,:,'t auy ric.roui damar..

Fr'o tIhe Un itld Staites and Europt

Trin ?ail rte-'.r O4n''o" Oaptain Fraser
t'ri-vei .'-fi filter noou oSunrq"ay tlat, n ud' m -
iu,0A in.3V' -r t')oon as thq tide wool'.l aUlowv.
T'h. Otinoco" hiI .- very pie .:ut pa";'g'.-
I .?-a.-- t:.1 N :c ". Y,-'rL., a., ,'.-l a- on her return.
W e ,.- i-.i-',t, d t)o ('.i t:tu i'i'i : .' MI. PAL -i'
Dlui.i.i .il' .M r. St-,v.'.d iri'titl', for fil?.i of Ne-'
.'.;k pji .-i .:.. th, '- .:. i tof Th!".r l .I.Ay l iN .
T i .".w-. ft':'ii,. i' i t' EH.'r... will! be fo,'.id
i..:i- il-t + u. r ',_U .

Tijf Nt. A-.-F'i.;,f_ OF LOD FRTDERICE

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p ,. r ',ll-.;tu' .i. -L, i .:t tl l ;-, ? ul t l t r. i- i 'ylt .

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t -A ,1 iM.. .
\L u-..t, -r.. 2 5 l' ,l ,,-Th.: 'Fire r ice:rut ,on- l. h ,- n. ,,1 .'O'Bry ln. ...u thb Btiti i0 i', .. -. I'[',,ii! .- '.-. ...t ... T i.,:: -' -. >.- i .'..
he left DT iiL iu o, tie ir-hi ,...l th' sith .If M y by-
-t,.. .li.u r t.-:, .,S' in-i..1 Th.. ,in'ir) .}r three of hli
ad es:t,,iplie:.-..ud .thi. r ,p tii b e th1 0 0 ii0 dern d wt-re
t l.- i .1. ., ,,-i ,, t 1 .. 1 t,.. riti-b ('...LH i. -I-
-.iav- ith' h,.- \,,- er,_iioy,.-.i 1.,- r. O'C('.uu.,r ranil
,itl, r i njt'i : r 1 p).r .,_,ou'-. P.',r]ie,..s wh,:, h ,. .een
the It mi t . p, .rdh... Ln irtiih i~ tail :]Bd ?lud,..h '. [ -{ iiiyr' th-it
thi. Lp r ,,. ,4i tit- d-erid wam. .,.I to, e.v-h > i t!h a -u--
ith l't tI.o oi thqt a '.2 W sen A th llo)l? tl, U
I'l.11htou th,.iu a Eu' i!;.oi '-n life it i-4 b,,li-. --,A
tLitt t.- eiiyia l n a ofe!u. Lt will m-uiTeir ,u -i
hin, ,tlhthu-'ih there i-, no extr.,litiou treaty The
Briti,-o F.Xruei:-zu O(ti-a h- bl-in .dlegrphio.lly
co.',o i .t. lr-1

Lor,..cs, July 25. ISS-2.-Tihet- Fore.u Ofice con.
firt.i. the report of the ane-t at Puerto OCribl:llo,
VeN'nel'bI.of onetof th,: a,.rassinsof Lord Frederick
'v,-iu(i',h rand Tom-. HIlury BurkV:

G 6I- P T.
The TniMi this morn;.u_, July 24, says the foro-.-
dlostinedl for Egypt will be 10,000 men, and thi-
with tOhe troops already inot make a total strength
immediately available of 11.000 men. The Dukc.
of Connaughst, Major-- rieial Alisou aud Mrajor-
.Geniera.l *Sir. Evelv,, \notl. will command th. -. i-.

there are lost. All Arnric.aii eilzen's ar.- aved.
j general Stouie'a family inu,;.sei ou r'imaiinng at
, Cairo and their de-tiny is lMkunowvn. -Cnimmu'unica-
o t i_" uii r" iinLterlInpteJ."
Lomar, ily 24.-Ia thu 'Hoiu-f, of Con (' :ius
hi-. aftertuou'Mr2',.,)=.-nlii vote ,f' cred-
it for sit',trth-aiiu'-A' th_- to,:e-'~ i -'y t. I.I pro-
po'.-Ead that .I. -,. a .h.i to tb>- h.:-..., t:: f'l tihe
li ttter h l f ilt ii:., v .. r. M r. i'l; t,i nt, er it. r l that the
e'xifc liti,:'i, w i..ii.t "o, : .i f .' t ..';'') 'a'-i y, ;.l')
ik .'iuiu y. 1,7'i ,- t hl'.;i '. :;_'.i .,' 1 '', ur-i- .,. artil-
le-r naol ,".luIii i'--'l ,,- .. .i i mst 3, i' men
wo !. -.nii l: -r ,oi. He': ill d the .t. :e of
-,. sh.- I ;' .l -. neJ. i.. '". : i t _I iy, .l, tIshe l ,:,t
b. v i' -n.- ,:I; thi pe -.'iO D .-. Hie R ti to.: .. Ut.
,:.-.u,.i.-,'t of thli E y[:.ii itii L.1 11. 'y lr.'t-.,Ter' w .Ai O p-
p.'I-" I t) il .r ,.ii .,;-.d hum i5j Ty'. Thi 'ic ,
an"t (!M e ., _.!i.:- t r, ..r ha .'.' --x : to: ppn; o:'t thil
ul; t l!'. i t it. l iit 'rV p. ry ,, lt k [p l uil:-
> v Th"'i. n -.i' .-Ai- ire ii i. n i.:- ir-. t:-' i .t ''-1d
,,-ir't '. .. Ai ui .t h ,u iit:,citi utl th_. lt, iu, The
-,, '.. r i '!...uit -i, t l., ,i,', 1 thl iir .,i- l ,4.-:-.u i o0' E l-
i [, t l. 'ti ,n li,.;-- ii :-it- uit- ',t-i T !t.i ? t-la
l Illu iv. ii l ,., U i .'.l t :l .tl .- l .". *.-, ,'
wh m,:Teii.n iniu ;h .:r-.., hi u ui -, rut..A l ii ilthd
hi .. lp','ay:4,l t al' i :- di.t it.ilv-'i F r.,fl 'n -
..;is ,-i.'t,''V to i..'.-;.i', ,'.,. i fL t i a Iioi'._ irt.' 4 l
i'. .l l I h.. :-t ,e- -; f.>" I .v i v.-n ld?uL
liad. u,. i r. -'n t, pin.:, i,.- r -h, :.', l.l .-.', fo '* hr.r.
ru ,'nh'y r.. thi- .'..- r..:'l'd th -.i ,tfl-bi.- ien .,re
ch"',''i "'hl t' L- 1.., u iI .tt : t 1, in :-Va, r lthi i f '-.- I r. fol-
awliu trle i* iiiin i'lei (.-ior ?' Ir. i''l r. tolir h.ltld
thli r the i liu-,- if h ti.:ireti t..r..e i .:w -i, not be
.I,l. ise :.-o u ry to b jlh.rNi- w h t], i tt.-ilt n Ola tgh'.at the?
fi,-t, w.i- : Al.X 1u.lhs'; i', W t'-r ? [,i ip.'.,i: t of 'c:ead-
in' E iunr'..u imr-er: -.n, : .l ,t i it tu- 1 ..inx 4.:t' t :
f .:l c w io l l iv,':- h i, .-u *T,'.- t -,it h .a t t he voice
of Elitr.-p,, .l ,it Cth 10 i'.1,-. i WVia!.-th',r Enct-
!:iul w nti lo E1 ypt ,al.T u-- ,W i i pf t.ti .tr-',hi2 ep
woituld not t..,r egei-h >..Ii,?a, W. In- l,.and'i pur-
p.I-...' wo>! l h: to pl>.-s.-, l y i f,,vt.r o.f lr w
"iWni fr'.:e,.ia, a nld the -Go.:rn -nut :heir-h.-d the
Lope- tha.t ti" night '.st r'ive to thile a.-.--:oving
ibibirio i pe:pl_- of-Egypt lo:. nilitairy 7gli"y, per-
bh .is, b- l. r',. l. npipi'Jesn e'-.n t!hnt in lhe1ev-ted
wL -h ; in 't f r-oft 'nd ft'r ' tira. h1: v:.-i- the
w'adtlr of thI, auieut world.
Mr. to withdraw'\ thnil m':ition
for ai vote f crh'dir unlil to-mihrr..w ;u d.eferen,,. to
Sir Sttrb d Ml N,-: ,, ot .' ',pp;!. f,,> t ini- t) i-ply.
Pom i So, July '22.-At a mi,.etinv" oft the furre-ign
.onstl) hell ytenrll iy it was agreed to call on the
Alurdirals and Captains of tlhi mniu-of-war in the
iihbotr to ink ist,-ps are to be takenu for the
o,.urity f li, Eua'op,'ans ovu h-h.iv iu the event of
; Fr"ebh I u-thworki have b,'--u thrown
up by t!:- E._ypltiiu, I rom hIere.

.UBr July T Prumian Crom Gazette in
garde' .i'9,-rnd Woodl has been ordered to be. r. adv Btn ys,, .nlu' 2..--'he Pras'f ia r,' t i
to enbark ii .n fevw 's. The Governhmeln; v"'tei.- i n artiCel,: on the- p)j y it ,-lrr,,iany. s,i.. the main.-
day ( ,gag.l te, v.l,, for the transport,e of troops. t Tiarl, ot' t!-fi t.,rsel- -tate of th iu'-," ii imps"ible,
iuoludaanyg h, vNti.yl Lfate trpmer t Holland and tp .iuee Egypf h:,, prai:ticall'y fallen iulder the doni-
France. Thb- traunspport. Ny.o l. has beeu .tted 'is wion of It i, imlps'silh to proguosticate
r conoensor for A.Iixdri;. She 'iun coudens the wotk of the future, aa n.. power hab' closedsd
32,000 gallons of w.-ter dmily. The oembrkation o! ts plan'. E"'l1l I- rit yet re-koed the .coe.
the whole fo'.c will boe o-'pliete within a fortnight. itnen, c her .-ourse. Thern is no neei:ety, there-
Cyprus wil ble thr renzus .f the force. for G n to prematurely take sides.
In the Houtse of C-.mon Right Hon. Prin.-e Bi!Miat.k, in decidiug upon the attitude to
Hugh C. Childers. S.vurtary of State for War. I<- taken, will ut prove falte to'tradition.
stated th .t the amoui c-.' th- proposed vote oif The Turkr., Troope.-Th first detachment of
credit for the Egyptian expedition would be 2,300,. Tarkish troops -or-t to Egypt will number sixteen
000. He raid he would also ask for a 8,.ippleumen. battalions. Arrangements are making to send sir-
tary vote of 10,001') men for the army. ty-four battalions, if ne.,eseacy. The Governor of
Mr. C'hilders also stasted that 900,000 of the Damascus hab, been ordered, as a precaution, to
vote would bu for the a-rmy. and the rest for the arrest spreral eheikhs who have arrived from
navy. Egypt. The Porte denies that. there has been riot-
Sir Charles Dilke, Ijiner Foreign secretary, de- i.g at Sniyrna.
nied that a ,onveution had been concluded with ES,',in,'T Policy.-Tboi Times' in a leading ar.
France relative to the Sirez Canal. tide 'says: ** Ne-ither as 'overeign, suzerain nor
Right flor.. Robert Bonrkke, Con.servative. 'sated under any other title will there be roni for in-
that he ould probably ask Mr. Gladstone on Mon- fluency of tho Sultan iu Egypt after the responsib.
day when the deomaad .of a vote of credit for the ilities of sovereignty have been eynieally thrown
troops in Egypt earn,: up, to consent to report prc- awi.l in h 'h our' of trial. The Sultan may have
agrees immediately after Li' statement, so as to ob- amused Liiaself by forming new alliances and
tain fnrth.r infornra.tion as to the policy of th-e .omplimenirg his new allie witll Ilecoration,
Government, parti-diarly in r-garrl to thi, >sc.:- bltt t r'maii t.. be he-n what help these nympa.
Canal, tibi/r, ,'an ,r will give the Porte. England, by
LoTXNiw, July 4.--Th N"ero has tLe foloin. -; :ug.' i-,, il!l ai.:q-iir&e and atsart her right of
.disptch'---" A.:tvnlAr-,Ls. .Tuly '2.---The staff o,, a ..tiolna- ;i' fulare the: .,unitry she .tlved. Those
thbA wat-rrsorka ar hliari at work .-leaning -b. wi.. obj.e .o FLat pr':.-ep.t have, even at, the
Roman ,-iternts ior th- ru.:.ig, t -.'ater. I'. i.q a -.. ':Litl hlrL it- oportu.-y r of sharing the labor
f~'-. bsefwe,:i the ftlirg b-voi of th" .-anrl fud tlh:. ,d ,',htai..itil.;_ voCA' in the determination of
dauntless ene-rgy-yf hLa English r ngirseer If, ony v.ri \tt ii England i, left ,to act alone the for-
was,'. '-'i.igh :e0n 'csi,-,rd td tide cover another" 'niti _'gsiraT., 'sheba to,'k w~heu the si nation was
inontb the N i inun.lstion will probably fwc(p wL.t .y*ty' will ht abrogated Weo mru-.
awt .trasb's. .'lke or rush t ,ud .t. t.iul ii- !wl t. paim-,,iL' n 'A t i-h- Sltau and' t. tbhe -owern tha'
well itr.r .he ..leetruv. 'ioun :t' t forts b.t'1 r.,h w iot-a i w,-.rl; thoroughly to retain control .
Eng:ish flwt : Kl-:i n irr eut. for Arabi Pa&L7 Wh. rb.-U a .d-i.. Mr. (i-adet'..cne ar:d his collea.
-:.ktt _-.ioi f y' r"j.s;t, wini:,h A;.a i. refu-cl 1.- '. ~- n;.. i ,ld .:f t. -_ iAf 'mpts .,on. A evente Our 'asL.t. c-h. -.r.,e -rpr u-.i,, eix.re1'r e iirpi :-. -, -' Ainiaa f aGrviv f-:,-r' s 1 an' wn el org'iuzex d army
a. Atr ;.- ( -"t1iail '.r.-r hi b vii.,h ; .4-' ,.rni ['.Jiit,. w iir.tlr, i r ,t ;h..-t-. i imL awrait iu, Egypvr, of a strong
io "*-, K.edliv,-. A.1vry 'ordJ ensui'd hbetwa-o .;.,rsu.,-'t i;;i,.r Engli.-h jir.t'ctitoc if the Minis.
)-itloh 'id Arali r, rtE former re.pra.iing tie i n, -..'t ttrin -por a path whih lies
i f-.r for -,it haing l !':. r.. lii ra dvii:r t to dit-. .. tri;.rht ..-eforte Lhem.
,itatii t.-. rm W while th.e pa e a was.sur',t'inde,: J.'. i?.'c./io'j e'j f.l.. iaraiio.. --Iu ithl.i debate in
..y t.?.:.p- 1ie Kha: liie :,lS. fer " '.'! an IVD ,e lou"se'i *:c i('omins .:,n the address thanking
vi,.,h r'Pas'ii ,..i' pr.q-p.i. O- cdeer I- 1 i imsdtf Aft,.' Fl. i -j. i,?;trn L.,f oa Uig) out tlho reser.;#, M r. Onalow,
the ihdr'iw:-: ..f .t..h j -.licrd Dervisch PadI-n .,-. ct .-:rftri'io, asLeil if the g oiaorment Would nob
v i id bt-ht I ..-,'., bLit 'si.- KLedive r'tu.,eri now rf'te the .:.oor,'ratio of rTurkisbh troops.
leave." Mr Gi'3_'t,- r.,s said thc Porte hadr u-w taken one
Ti-- ...'.,,l.-, ,_ .-. .xt cr thi.. EKi ,ldvo'- ''" st-. t:.w rd o.rilia ,oe with ithe requc=.t for troops,
olaE.itio, .--'.... ,,.'r-..quecte op your deplirturne but hi was not awar. that ithe Conference had re.
from KU'i-r.i.Dvar, a--c.ntypani.d by tho army, thus :eh'edi any JeL t ,_ omraOniation from the Porte.
batl.i'.i,in- without orders, topping 'ha. -:,rnmonm1t bh.l not. reo]eded from auythAing
grams trB, p ntig fromu r-ei-ing tl- ty dne l rc.ard to the request that Turk-
grame nd .,mani":' through the post and lAh Pl opes .e at. tct Egypt, and he was noting
impeding the return f refugees to theit homes in po'tio, -% say tlsy would recede. He intim.
Ales8.3dri, iandi of y.u p rs.istence in wa-ar prepara- sted, Loweor, that they would not nooau.ot to th
tions srnd your refuial to :.-cme to us after receiving Bitidh for.:r, o:'Aupying a secondary position. e
ordere.. .I -mi rQ v':.', fr.-.m tbr office nof Minisrr :f Ti, Daily News' declares that urkey's action
wr :.' iespe':t,',- intervortior. in Lagy.t will nu-t have the

p-[.s'... ,j ;,y ., I Bili-di-.i'iimp :. Ibe Khedive. 'j*a i t : --of
Thor-, F t,- i ...':..r w ,- vegos M difrf.tcul kLL,-01i1R1A ,JuyLily MJP...--ThT ,..upst
-, tt-'1. W'i "A it dir-t rabi P,a a ri reird .ibout i ,t.'10) yards, and
,iM^n.o,: itP.. au ILhe ilavvvur- -nov's E, glyhr, di Thera
Rear-.A irnrmd o1-kin. and fit,. French under the itb . adran. -,] a ot .'A yird. IbThere
A 'hri al 'o'. d. T- lIlat- hA'i .no nt t i ;t sp e-r, t, i, t e in, Arabi's the, r. i-li iv' 'i, order in the row and i trL htro
,'.'.t'..G t ', !ie, mad properuv .i Europe .,. The Iminirv .r- pnpr ing 2 uot!hp1 1.mILQa.,
,xla ii ewi.t ,-t .u ,wn'biteak the Feueh ay tp'.y t e r -i: th.,u people not to ob..y Araboi Pasha.
ar-. 1.-.ropIfc/ I.tuad i:i'. nrie; th" Eu'ih e An ,it'io--ect hrhe p, lo hab gmin to Kafr-el-
h-rtd 1.i,3[. [warr wiat'll 'h-a d ctioe .t imnkissking A.rabi 'tom the
R.,&r-A1mtaiilIIoskinn aE;-. Ientamfr!, ii0try
the tG.x:..rrn 1. to ,he .ounti ruder ot the t.c.op' say- AL& ,,t. ir w,'-h. ;Ac d.r-tl:, from. Arabh repotts
ing ti.h t he will hold hiro di.-.p-tsiblo for san> d i- ths.t, tih- .( I ,. under the protection of a flag of
turba'r'e- su. thst. if ht .:. 'iui.t kl...p ordet the btruce are t,'ia ia. y forward the. .-ot'stru-tioa of for.
A.trniiai will. The e.rau,.W., e, Ie s aid toa ha.-ivi de- titinsti..'s twuo til- rom Aboukir. .o als. states
,.lined to ttk-: the r: possibility unless -, l i all'owe, th.,r orimiid lte i..,!paratioi,' '.-e be,.i-g made
t, bring more trr,.oups fr,.-m Dlamii.tta. tontiil f.aset*.
I.::ON., July '.,. '-Ei Dal j Telegraph has the I',L'.)tJ. luIy 25.,.-A d' to he Ea.hang.
r., tspfatch :--I' .lesia.I.t.b, Jt.iy 21 --Th, T-r:.ctgrfps ,,aipiay, dated Alex .utioni tO A. M.,
-Egyptian proje:.til,. taiurt too ligh to do an y ....- 'av: I 't h .hlirary .uthociti:- ar ot opinion that
,alage 'luriug the skir,;,;h to-day. Iu c..onqueu:- A .'I bi PA'-,1 t will not attack the Britih. He is,
of thli f-i'ot the Dritish *:--raped heavy lobs. The how-ce,-, '. i,.a.-t:l ing h is position hourly. At
E'.p3-tin dvano.,l hb,.ly, but without d.ibr,..kc thi .. morning his men. many of them
as thbey tiriht .'-sii h-c hi.e -..*'1ght all the QonuI.:,l without it nifo. .uand dtiiMu like -laves, were seen
inhfantt,- "t h work'inr u ihe. i orron,'hmi ents,- The Britibh expe.
., Ju :.-n Italian re ri u,,. .-'i. .i-fi.:n!t-y in movie gun-i, without
A .Tt-it%, July *h. -Ana.Iralian raui-e 6-..,Ps r t 0s .:;.,,,le to assume tio offen4ivc to
Ie Rsaw b E.tur.,peat': i. lying in the stre,:-t'sf ht:'h in is a .:,si, ie to a nume er off heavy
'antu,, and rbat int.lcti were being fltig abi,:,t Ra-c. Iiie "t a i- Arrir'iel att mpt oill be
the ttr,.ets. A Gr:.s:k', tbrot wa, hacked with a 1 i e dilo.ej Arabi Pition withtmpt ulpo eng
piuk, it.., ani two LrngUih women jurnped from the aI1o o. iclgd'e Arabi P's, t without rpof). ng
windlows, i.,d. wo'.e killed in order to escape tb he troops uner ad iti t' the e are
'nas',,cr Arabi Paiha put on a train to c:irn'rv goiug to trt tfron.
ttrnay ;.he Christian eurvivora, and about I0n rer. Lo'mnoz, July 2i,.-Tiie Daily N-was' sa.y it un-
sn.n bo.Lrded it. No sooner were they seated thar, der'tantds that England and France ,on Monday
a determined attempt was made, and it was ouly jointly invited Italy to parti,.ipat-. in tit. prot-i.-
frustrated by 4 friendly native causing the truin' trion of the Suez C-anal, a ti thit it is piobablo that
to start. within the noxfc tweaty-four hours Italy will be
W~as s'om .Tuly 2:3.-The Actingm Cousul. Iiuvited to c,-operate with t reot 1 Britain in re.tor.
General of tihe United States in Egypt telegraphs ing ormer iu Egypt.
Secretary Frelinghuyseu from Alexandria to-day CouNrTA.,''NOPLt., July 24.-The tirst meeting ,:i
as follows: ** I remained at Cairo up to the Inst th Co.tfetenice in 'thich the Porte parti"ated was
moment. iOr records and my personal effects hIheid to-day