Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00041
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 41-Vol. XLIX. STATE SU3ER VtZAS A.-ATIQUAS 9pA Anm


Hanamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, October I I SSO.


NVotice! Notice

Notice! !

CONSI2SGJWIEJATS OF D
GOODS.
Just Received from London
New Yotk per Steamship '- Bermuda
A consignment of


Carefully selected for this Market- Consibti
rl'WILL Silk U.M1BREI:LLAS
S Ladies I', LE I'OT.S Ied CAPE
ULSTERS-Lndies and Children's
Melton SKITS Dress GOODS
ALPACAS Figured LUSTRIMES
SAlK, N CASHMEIES
BRILLIANTINE
&e., &e., &c.,
Cheap for Cash. Cheap for Cas').
The above Goods will be sold cheap fo)or
Call and See. A good Iargn:in for all.
.3. R. THOillPSO.N
Hamnilton, Sept.-298, 180.-3*Q


ti'lIh Undersigned begs to inform his Fr
Sand thle Plublic generally that lie has
ed at the Store lately occupied by Henry
rell, Esqr., a choice assortmennt of

Family Groceri(
Suitable for this Maiket, which he others c
for cash, and respectfully solicits a share of
patronager.
CH-LS T. COJ YE.
9 West Ft. St., Hamilton,
Octr.2, 1880.

Pianos and Organs.

T lE LUndersigned having made arranger
with some first class \lanufactors fo
supply of PI \NOS AND ORGANS, is prei
to seI a thorough good Instrument at a m
rate price.
These Instruments are Lought for cash d
fromn lanufactluers thereby saviug'two orI
profits.
To desirable persons will sell on the in
ment plan.
Please call and see them and got Prices.
E. T. CHIi
Ilamilton, Octr. 4th, 1880.-4


!!'Notice Notice!!I Notice. J ust Received,
NOTICE!!! -- Per S. S. BRMAIUDI,
__ '[The Undersigned o-Tehs For Sale, A Choice Selection of Fresh
CHOIO~ FAMILY GROCER- at low prices, G 1 B E E D ~,
RBY C -D- SEED
1S "' &E I ." f. OW, Nt:o.pecially Selected Consisting of:-
I 1P -i_ .o.nnd AL 10.& %1,, rOMATO 'IRET TURNII'
via I Barrel tPolktIftf. Of Kri't. "' TI. A. L'TT," viz ; CA.RIOTT CABBAGE
Bags COA', O'A and ti IAN ONfON H(O M't CAU!LIFLOWERll C
Boxes SOAP, ST.AR`CH antd CANI)I. D .S O O N BOX MAT' FlRIkL &c. &C.W
2 and 3 Lb. tins I'EACIIES, PE'\IRS and OUms CI)FIS I W.P. IPU I-'.R I OUTERBRIDGE BROSI
PNd AP ". ,n W.A P. MOULIDINGS Spruc 'IPL Roid Street, Iaminilton,
and 3 Lb. tins APPLiS., (CORN, PE'AS ALSO OV ADe0 .
ngeof, I and 2 I.b. tins SA.LMON, OYSTERIS, IOB- Barrels Choice Iuseovad, -U( II
S, ST n ER BEE arrels Choice I. V. P. SUGAR Estate of Walter W. Darrell, Esq
S 2 and 3 1b. tins Roast BIEFI Corned BEEF I. r. V. V. P. DO. DeJ
2 Lb. Tins Roast CHICKEN Doi DO.n W. V, I .DO Deceased.
BEEF PORK TONGUES Kge nssNortcnt V. P lUMBER
MACKERELL H-OMlINY Kegi NAILS PTT Notice
OATM AL FARINAEL P T HO H. 1 PITT. Notice
Bags BEANS, PEAS and GRITS Ilamilton, 27th Sept., 180. A LL CLA IMS against the above
Assorted JAMS and JEI.IES ..Estate mtst be sent in biy 20th Novem-
I)ATE FIGS RAISINS eicIOVal. l.,er next for settlement, and all persons IN-
SALMONDS and NU'TS DEDTE'D to the aid Estate are required to
B I h. BISCUITS of all kinds ....
Tubs BUTTE{R and IA D II E' Undersioneol informs the 10 lalinabitant of make satlisfactory arrangement of their reqpect-
S Boxes CiE ESI' 'i 'A S an COt IF.' 0Som rsot P'.rish and the Public generally 1ive amount, by the above date.
tr, BHAMS ISACON SIIo 0'H')I.s tht he n>:,s ANNA S. DARRLELL,
Smoked BEE.F &c.. &.ce IKeamOVe l his O flice Executrix.
-I CALL AND) SEE, .i from Mr. Richard Been's residence to his new Southampton, Sept. '20, 180.
CHAS. T. CON YE ItS Btuildi,-O MOTE CR IST' Y,"' near Masotic
S.1 odge, Mlanrov., Bay, wheie he viilts Profew-
9 West Ft. St., i lanilt(n t i si,,ally every rida. W
open- Octobier 2, 1880. s 3 Also, takes this opportunity of returning his -
D)ar- grateful tlianks to thoso who have -.o kindly pat- A LL who plant O1nio::s and want a good
F Or S'al/e-- h/Cap. ronized himi, andi trusts that thliov will give hin' Crop, %%ill do well to get the SRED from
a call at his new Offlco, where they will see that N. A. COOPERI. It has just arrived from
eS A COPPER FASTEN ID GEl) \R he has turned to account their liberal support. Teneiifll', via Now York, by the Bermudia,"
7W. O. F. BASCOME, M.D., and is n)ow ready or (delivery. Persons who
heap W IN B 0 A T F.. A. A.,DS. have engagedt'rom him will please call for their
their Mlote Cristy, Somerset. respective I.ots. Those who have not engaged
Only three years old in good oer,e and rows s, from him. living in ditherent parts of the Conn-
R ey (uikly __ try, may lind it convenient to call at the ;4tore
EN App!y to Y A. SMITt 1 i .It;mi (,oo ce in.'eepA. \WHY\'IANI)'S "f VM. lluGIs 3, E.-q., in Hamilton,, lho has
r A. Iite d \ ,j,,., s(.lS kindly consented to hbe hi Agent there,
I iamilton, Oct. 5th, 1880.-2 -- _'_. Warwick, 7th Sept., 180..
For Rent, Notice. 7For Sae l
So e .I \It ItllE) WOMAN (no children), bein r Sale,
mints Part of the Ifichmond Property de.irou (,f R ettiing to Englaid, would A Fine armi onium
)r the consistitig (of like to imakte itiruangeiments with any Lady in
)ared .. t the capacity of a servant t who may require By. ALE.ANDERI.
-1 i A 1iL l,% i Ilb ^'(1 o I n1L 1d


lode-
lirect
three
,stal-


LD.


Sewing Machines, &c.,


TIlE Undersigned, having returned from New
Yoik and resumed business at his Old
Stand on Queen Street, takes this opportunity
of thanking his Patrons and the Public generally
for pait favors and respectfully solicits a con-
tinuance of same.
Sewing MACHINES, UMBRELLAS,
PARASOLS, &c., Repaired at shortest notice
animd reasonable prices.
E. E. CAREY.
Ilamilton, Octr. 5th, 1880.-3


By the Barrel,
At lowest Prices for the Cash.


Apply to

Hamilton, 5th Ootr., 1880.


S. S. INGHAM.


Just Received,
Per fE TJ1Jrom Halifax,
3 Superior O RS ES.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
October 4th, 1880.
BERMUDA, Alias (
SOMERS' ISLANDS
By His Excellency Major.General SIR
ROBERT M1. LAFF.'1N, R.E.,
K.C.M.G., Conmmander-in-Ch ieJ,
Vice Almiral and Ordinary, in
and over thtse Islands, jc., 'c.,

wIlEREAS FREDERICK AUGUSTUS
HINSON has prayed for Administrati-
on on the Estate of MAIRGAIRET JANE
aTOWE HINSON, late of Peitroke Parish
in these Islands, deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just cause why
the said Administration should not be granted
unto the said FREDERICK AUGUSTUS
HINSON, he, she or they, are to file his, her, or
their Caveat in waiting, in thei1 Secretary's Office
of these Islands within Fifteen days from the
publication hereof, otherwiise the said Adminis-
tration wall Le granted accordingly.
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secreta ry
Dated at the Secretary's Office,
thie4th day of Oct., 1880. i


Just West of the Town of I lamilton.
Immediate Possessionii Given.
Apply to


such.
Please address W\ F.," Royal Gazetto"
O(tice.
O(ctobLer 5, lS.ti-.--2 pd


WM S. BA11R11. W anted.
Long IHouse, 16th September, 1880.
S- I- -- -----l ---- --- -. I I I IE
III';MIJI)-D, Alias ) ."afclh .lpa itij g flisiies.
.q()NM Pls' ISLANDS
B'1 His Ercellency Mlajot- Gneral SiR E. T, C 1111.1).
ROBERT Al. LA FFA ., AH. E., I Hlamilon, Octr. 4th, 1-3-1.-:3
K.C.M.G.., ( orernor Commanid- I ,. 1 g *
er-in-Chief, Vice-.dmiral undi FrC ,ht (and .(1 "C iCt10R
Ordinary, in and over these Is- r
lands, e., &c., .'c. Cf' t
II IIER EAS LA. URA TUCKERhasrr4- t 5
ed for Admini-tration on the Estate of |i I
MARY JENNINGS LUSHERI lateofSt. Geor- *
get's Parish in these Islandz, Spinster, decca.,ed. -.. W <
This is therefore to give notice, that if any ||l Undersigned takes the's ethoJ of re-
Person or Persons can shew any just Cause ihy turning his sincere thanks to his Patrons
the said Administration should not be granted and the Pu'blie generally for the liberal support
unto the said LAUit \ TUCKER,l.he, she, or they have extended towards him during the pa-t
they, are to file his, her, or theii Caveat in writ- ten years, and having replace,! the '" So)Il tS"
ing, in the Secretary's Offlice of these Islands by the well known Boat UNION" for the pur-
within Fifteen days from tho publication hereof, pose of carrying on his business hopes with the
otherwise the said Administration will be grant- assurance of punctuality aridl reasonable charges
ed accordingly. to receive a continuance of their favor.
R. E. WEBSTER, (C"'Ilhe l:NION" mill fly a imilnr Flag
Colonial Secretary. to that l ihich she carried during lher Mail Scri-
Dated at the Secretary's Office, vice.
this 18th day of Septr., 18S0. nThe U." can be obtained for lxcmursion
'i-- frips Freighting, &c.
Bermuda Ho t e L w.. f LIUTOURN.
liamiltoni, Oct. 5th, 1880.


AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL,
SP 0 P P. IZ S" T 0 P.,
West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodation and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, lS80.--6mn

6"LONDON N"




LIAJE OF S TEed.fI ERS
FOR
Bermuda and Nassau, N.P.
SHIlPPERS are informed that it is intended
to despatch Stcamnship)s fromn the (iEtsit(rn)
London lDocks for the aibIvc ports as uider :
Steaniers. 'Tons. London. ~artmno1ut'h.
"oilwav," 792 6th Ocir. 7th (ttir.
Hiniaaya" 803 !7thl Novr. i; No(.r.
Solway" D92 ';21Ad Dec. ?;3id D)e:L!
" .P P I ]J\ 4 C .,
A-eus.
September 30th, 18S).--31,i
ASK your Giocer for A. E' W!1Y LAN1i'S
L 0SOAP.


LURSUANT to a Petition presented unto the
Vice Chancellor Sir Charles IHall on the
12thl day of July IS?30 In ihe IMitter of the
Trui.,ts of the piesunnptive Interests of Annai
\Valker and John Row under the iM:arriagm, Set-
tlement of Thomas and M aria Colgate dated
the 27th day of October 1870" Anna Walker
(formerly Anna Row Spinster) and John Itow
two of the children of John Row late of Wel-
wyn in the Countyt of i lets Dissenting Minister
deceased or iu the event of the deaths oflthesaid
Anuna Walker and Jolhn Row or of either of
them then the persons claiming to be the per-
sonal representative of them or of such onre of
them as shall he de:ul 'ir in the event ot them or
either of "iei dyilg ingtestate then the N EX I'
if KIN according to the Statut:es for the dis'ri-
bution of inlestates estates of their said A.',NA
vVALK':R and JOHN RLOW or of iuicl one of
them as shall be dead as alures iil or tu be the
legal represei.tatives of such ol thie said next ofl
kin as are no leadd eai cly' heir 5olici ors on or
before the hifteenthi day of January J1861 to come
in and p't ve their clm iinis at the Chlamber.- o(l
S!te Vic (.'haii ccl!..r 'ir CliP. i. all Il a.mccry
i Lan i.ii.0dle- .x i l n tiCL t l. t i *,.,, 1l V i6il
be pt'reripti 1 ., 1t CLe',' \ ',.I', loim lh ux L i. tio1' f i l tl
'. L joI' tI i,: : .'m t.. ,i ,.,i i'u ir r i'a '
'. t I I l -.

W,, (.,t i ii L i.'. T,
GElORUL HY. A\ilTil\V 76 t hni teiy
Lane VW C., Solicitor lur the I'eiitioncrs
Elizatbch lU oufli'.r ,tndi Tih)ma, Ito\ .


._?ISu[a>Ie ior -Lhurch or nChapel.
Apply to
G. F. BOUITCHER.
Ilhimill1 n, Sept. 21st, .1850.

A CARD.

, 'IBE Unldeisigned respectfully diretels the at-
tmilio, of the IMlilCIIANTS O )l' ItI.-
MUD.\ to the fact that for some years. past lie
has been connected i ith the llouse of
H. K. c. F. B. THURIBER CO.,
Exporters, Importers and .Manufacturers
of Food I'roducts,
West Broadway, Rieadie and Hudson Strewis,
New York City.
And during lhat time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermruda-t O()ders, so that he is
practically familiar wi ll the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Grocer-
ies generally.
Any Jrders that may be entrusted to him iill
be faithfully ai.d promptil; tilled with the assur-
ance, that they will receive all the advantages
which the special f.,ciliti hs of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, nonmat-
tcr hoi\ small, may result in mutual benefit and
will be appreciated by
ALBERT WV. MINICK,
With H. K. &I F. B1. THlUl PBElt & CO.,
New York City.
August 3, lS0.-3mu
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!


The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Iaily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Blurnaby Street to any per
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Ilamilton and Vicinity it
% ill be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till n(ocin-coninencing on Ist April.
Thie price is one penny per pound for 12 Ibis.
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 1 2 lbs.
Biermu(dai Artiicial lee Company.
IJamilton, March24th, 1879.
meg m.,,


Bertmuda i Hunt Races.

PERSO]|' deksirous of erecting Booths, &c.,
-. at elly Bay on the day of the Coming
-racee Mo~4ing must apply in writing to the
Irloionra SRecretary. Those applying first
will 111w prior choice- of available ground.
The ground will be a] lotted to those whoit
sent in fellicition at 4 p.m. on Monday, the
1st Nov at Shelly Bay.
No PuI le Stands from which ipeetatora easan
view the Races, except those belonging to the
Rice Club, will be allowed to be placed on any
part of the ground near the Race Coutse.
N.B.-Those applying for ground must be
punctual at Shelly Bay on the 1st November,
otherwise they will lose their prior choice.
F. CARPENTER, LT., A.D.C.,
Hon. Secy.
Mount Langton, Sept. 25, 1880.


Notice


to Importers.


The Undersigned will have an

A 1 VESSEL
Despatched from New York
For this Port,


On


Saturday,


Oct. 9th,


Freight respectfully solicited.
Engagement List for Freight open at our Of-
fice until 6 p.m. Wednesday, '29th instant.
Parties will please send their orders forward
by S. S. lBermuda" leaving hence on 30th in-
stant.

hATES OF FREI~MIT.
li't ty cents per dh y barrel.
Sevunty-,ivo cents per barrel Kerosene Oil.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Agents at New Yoik, Darrell & Co.,
83 Pearl Street.
liamilior, BIlerniud i, Sept. 2, 1880.




SPECIAL NOTICE!

Direct JPfnthly Steam Communi-
cation between

Be nmuda &London

bT'E M EllS leave Lot.don the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every des-
cription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
(re.
I highest Market Iates secured fur consign-
Iments of Hermud.t Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
A pply to
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents fur Steamers, Hamilton.
June 5, i s0.- I m

THE BERMUDA POCKET
Almanack, Guide & Directory,
1881,
| S now in course of revision and preparation.
Parties who have changed their places o f
business or whoso n ames and occupations may
have been incorrectly stated, or whose names do
not appear in the DIRECTORY, will oblige by
addressing the IRoyal Gazette" Office.
This Publication having a wide circulation in
Bermuda and abroad and purchased by all Tour-
ists afllords Advertizers unequalled facilities.
Application for advertising space should be made
as early as possible.
DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Proprietor and Publisher.
fan,ilton, Sept. 24, 1880.

A LL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Woik and Wood Work Clean and
Bright
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing


PRIDE OF THE KITCHEN.".
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
II K ,. L' fl DmlrTrlflrD'D r f-rf


tTsH I T I. i. & F. *. TH. [i E r j CO.,
r|'H E Undersigned has ReceivedP Pr'prietor'.
1 fr"'-,r I .D.ino.nm t'I ; 't n ---
Si, ,- ', '- W anted,
\i't m''e..b.' s,,0. Jdesign-adi The Zulu u thoroughly y competent
I, a ;<." 1I ,tite,.l I,) ;,i e,,, at very r-:asn- .AN SERVANT.
:..!e ,tc., Ju.-,ilc:, ":-.' ,.:. ,,,, rt, 'Pi,:-Ni,,s, M AN SE [RV A N T1 .
S,. c Apply at once to
'I .Ie '.cA": i;.- i 1,i s a1ind the vwo!Iderfu. l The Master Attendant, H. M. Dockyard.
...v ra !' the lj ,.d are i t a- .i usi and Sept. 24, 180.
,stontlishing. '-,_. ..
GEORGE OA.KLEY. .eIE only reliable, A. E. WHYLAND'I
ilo01iilton, Julne 7t, 1880. Celebrated SOAPS,







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER a'i
Gibbs' Hill Lihlit Station at Dernuida, between the
3rd and 10lh October, 1 -80: heiliht above thle sea,
where t io irio gisler i kcil.t, lI.i, .. *213 ft4..

Dale.
1 80
.0-r. G-o.noral Remarkcs.
S- 0
Noon .
-ii - --
"4. NE 475 74 -29970,1,-0 Fine, cloudla
-6 NE B 75 74 "29-.9o1-.1i Fino
6 N\v 2 76 73 29-900"0-"0,1 Fine [rain
7 w 374 74 -'9-s70rOO' Cloudy, show fur
S E 47 7:3 9*:5,)i 'r17 7:, iikTh, .1.mIlv, "
9E rsE 47"-' 71 ,30-".5,l-61 Thick, sp.uilly
1, s 576 74 '9-750 0(-.3 do. do(10.
Monday MUorn ing-Baroieler 29*50, weather very
u iiltled, wind N.E.
JOSEPIIUS PEUlINCITIEF.


I II ll


Hamilton, October 12, 1SSO.

Court of (Gicn'ral As-ize.
1ICIIA ELIMA S TERM.

His lionor JOSnIAH REES, Clief Justice, and tlhe
Honorables EuoGLENI HARVEY and JAM ES H.
Tr.MimoruaM, Assistant Justices, presiding.
The Queen ag. Henry Cole. Stealing from the
person. True Bill. Tried and found guilty.
Sentenced to 12 calendar months imprisonment
with hard labour in St. George's Gaol.
The Queen ag. John Thomlas Smith. Aggravated
Assault. True Bill. Pleaded guilty. Sentenc.
ed to six calendar mouths itupri-onment with
hard labour in St. George's Gaol.
The Queen ag. Charles Seymour Wilson. Larceny.
True Bill, Tried and found guilty. Sentenced
to 12 calendar mouths imprisonment with hard
labour in Hamilton Gaol.
The Queenu a,. Win. Wood. Administering poi-
son with intent to miuider. Bill not found.
The Queen ag. William Wood. Larceny. True
Bill. Tried and found not guilty.
The Queen ag. Esther Ann Gardiner. Conceal-
ment of birth. True Bill. Tiicd and found not
guilty.
The Queen ag. Jos. Tugham (1st count). Larceny.
True Bill. Pleaded guilty. Sentenced to 6 ca l-
endar montlis imprisonnient with hard labour in.
St. George's Gaol.
Tho Queen ag. Joseph Ingham (2nd count). Lar-
ceny. True Bill. Pleaded guilty. Sentenced
to 6 calendar months imprisonment with hard
labour in St. George'.o Gaol-to take effect after
the expiration of first sentence.
The Queen ag. Frederick Hilgrove Burch. Shop-
breaking and Larceny. True Bill. Tried and
found not guilty.
Adjourned sine die.
The Civil Session of the Court will assemble on
Monday, 1Sth instant, at 10 o'clock.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMI LTON.
CL.EARED.
Oct. 8-Schr. Caleb Eaton, Hyatt, Savannah ; 3 bags
bread, 20 bl-. beef and pork, 4.coils manilla and
other stores.
The American 3-mastod Sehr. J.,nni'e A. ShiJh04rd,
of Baltimore, Capt. J. Al. Terhure, from Bnaltimore
bound to Demorara with a general cargo and deckload
of rales, was towed into St. George's on the 5th in.st.
Capt. Turlhune reports that hlie left Baltimore on the
15th of Septeember and the Capes on thi 1itIh. Had
light weather from S. S. W. to S. S. E. until the 1st
inst, wheif the wind increased to a gale. On the 2nd
the gale had incr'aNsed to a hur icane, which blew front
S. S. E. to S. E. with terrible violence. Position of
ship, lat. 29-09 N. long. 63-15; kept the ship running
until she had reached position lat. 30-v.0 long. 64-00.
At 4 p.m. the wind jumped suddenly to N. E., throw-
ing the ship on her beam ends, and had to cut away
riqin and mizen masts to right her, the falling masts
carrying away fore-toprnast, jibboom, &c., with all at-
Inched, and knocking a hole in Ihe forward part of the
after house and a hole through the poop, through which
the water poured, filling il.e poop. The hurricane
lasted from S a.m. to 10 p.m., and during that time, in
addition to thie loss of spars, sails, &c., two mules
were killed, otlier articles on deck were washed away,
ard the crew were more or less injured, the Captain
himself not escaping. Alter the storm had moderated
and wreck had beeI cleared, found (ihat ship halid 4 feet
of water in the hold. On Sunday tie day was spent in
clearing (lthie wreck and preparing to put the vessel in
jury rig. On Monday, 4th instant, fell iu with steamer
Tycho BHrale, of Belgium., o a voyage from Rio Ja-
neiro to New York, hit. 34 long. 64. Agreed with
the Captain to tow sclhr. to Bermuda for $o2,,i-i.
Capt. T. teporls thIt during his lifo at .sea he has
experienced .seven uiirrii'anes, but considered i the
worst he wnas ever in. The wind blew so fiercely hhat it
tore (lie sails out of the gaskets and ,ent then into a
thousand pieces.-Agenits, \. C. Hyland & Co.
Schr. Htou'nd, Capt. Leseur, arrived at St. Georoe's
on Thursday last tfrmn Ballunimore. Left the Capes on
tie 29tih ultino and exerier.eel variable wind anrid
weather uitilI Fiiday the 14 ii.st.. lienn a fearfully
h,.avy sea, with strong wind from the N E., as en-
coiuntered. At nialit the Barometer fell rapidlly and
wind backed Northerly; and, fearing the approach of a
hurricane, the vessel was kept off tlh wind uutil the
Bari'ometer began to rise next morning, when site was
hove to. and it was then fouud she was leaking badly,
and continued to do so until her arrival into Port.


The Whaling Schr. Cahlb .Etlo,, Hyatt, Master,
while on her way to sea on the 9th inst., anchored in
Murray's Anchorage, and during the gale of 10hi ii st.
dragged her anchors. Had to cut away spars 3esk. r-
day morning for vessel to ride easier, but still drag-
ging, the Tug Brilaniai went to her assistance and
towed her into this port last night.

ST. GEORGE'S MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

-At a meeting of the Freeholerls, held at the
Town Huall, St. George's, on the 1ith ultimo, the
Worshipful W. T. Roberts presiding, the Mayor,
Aldermen and Councilmen for the eusuiug rYunIi-
cipal year were elected, viz.:-
Maqor -W. C. J. Hylaud, Esqr., M.C.P.
AlderimeA-J. A. Atwood, M.C.P., W. H. Griset,
J. M. Hay ward, M.C.P. ,
Coin0ta/ CLittIul-J. T. Bourne, H. -1. Gilbert,
M.C.P., A. Inglis, C. W,. McCallan, W. M. Mc-
Callan.
MrhChap an, the retiring Mayor, declined re-
electiofi, and a commendatory resolution was una-
nimously passed for the services he had rendered
the Town in the capacity of Mayor.

EPISCOPAL VISIT T) NEW HARBOUR MISSION.-About 7
o'clock, on-Wednesday evening lait, about three weeks
before the expected time, the Clhunch Ship Laurock..
having on board the Bishop of the diocese, dropp-ed
anchor iu Dilo Cove-which event wa 1oon n, 'Iiec-
ed to the neighbourhood by a sj'iiiteil dischar-' c of
guns. 11 is Lordihip' Chaplain, the Rev... Jol! A
Noel, preached an hour later at hie ordinary Wcd-
,nsday eTensong, at the Cove ( linrch. il-ls Lord4hip
came on shore to rnatins the following morning, at i1,
and also for evensong at 7, when lie preached. St r.'
vice was followed hby a Tei;,fpcrce .ce,'1uq in tho
School-room-his Loris ilp piC..,-iini, wh-n -4)
pldlg'es were taken. The Bishop was nalo gracious
enough to attend a tea party given by the Church of
England Women's Association.-Times yJld. Sept. 22.


Tur. WEATHER.-OnU Sunday a Cyclone evidently
passed S. W. of us, giving us, however, only a deluge
of rain, nearly' 2' inches, aund a heavy .;well. Onia Mon-
itday Vtinolh.r Evc-,lone: i,:,,,l E. o'L Ecrmiuud, being the
fu'irtli which haa pa,-4ed that side of us. 'I lie jBaro-
meier, which had been falling all day Sunday, at 7
p.m. rose i:103. but again fell during the night, and
commenced to rise early yesterday afternoon, so that
thlie Cyclone-never noefer, perhaps, than 120) miles-
lept increasing its distance froni us. The Steamner
B.,,iada, due yesterday from New York, was not
signalled up to sunset last evening. The Bereio,,u,
morist probably. could not got nn observation yesterday.
but nmay be expected to-day, as a few miles further
West would prevent her feeling this storm.
Per'.-,n1; posting LotferT.. afhi"r the honr appoiLted
ft'r thi: clo-inii, of' the main, sh.iuld be particular that
they are correctly weighed and stamped with double the
ordinary rates of postage, otherwise, though rece-ived
in time for ihe closing of the "Late Letters," they
cannot be forwarded biy that opportunity. It is well
lhati this should nobe thoroughly understood. Letters
received short-siminpeCd are taxed at destination with
double thel deficient postage. But as this '" Late Let-
ter" privilege is a local arrangement, under a local
tax, Post Offices abroad could not enforce the collec-
tion of the deficiency in the tax rate imposed in Ber-
muda, and tllioe [ermuda Post Office authorities only
undertake to forward letters that conform with their
regulations.

We hoar that the Inspector of Schools is at present
enraa'cild upon his first tour of inspection. The iloard
Sc:hool- in and1 about St. George's will bo officially vis-
ited on the 12th, 1:31hi and 14th, and (l tie Lane School,
P'embroke, on the 151h inst. The Schools in Paget,
Warwick, Soutlhamnpton and Sandys were examined
during the last week.
In our last issue we mentioned the fact that a Lawn
Tennis Club was being formed at Ireland Island for
the beneltit of the Naval and Maurino Officers belonging
to H. B1. S. T.rror and II. M. Dockyard. We since
learn that at, the inaugural ineeting' of the mombnors
referred to by us, the limitation of the Military Officers
to play two days a week by invitation" was a rule
only carried by a bare majority.

At 8 a.m. Sunday last, as Capt. Munro, 191th Regi.,
stood at the Flagstaff, Ireland Island, watching the
effects of the gale. he saw a largo bird Ihelplessly driven
by the storm. It. alighted near, when hlie seized it.
11 proved to le a crane, measuring four feet from tip to
tip of the ( ings. It is alive and well, causingsonme
amniiseuient to the soldiers by its shriek.s and antic.i.

The roof of lie Navo of tlie Roman Catholic Church
in this Town has been renewed and raised to the samnte
pitch as that of the Chancel and Transepts, improving
thle general appearance of lio structure. We under-
stand that the woodwork was decayed for tlie want of
proper ventilation, which is absolutely necessary for
tlie pre-.ervation of timber, in this climate especially.

HARDY ON SWIMMING.
The Rev. E. J. Hardy has contributed to One
and All" a piactieal essay on the art of swimming,
which he hiunself only learned last Summer on the
completion of his thirtieth year, when past the
flower of his boyhood, considered the proper time
to enter on this as on everything else He rather
crows over a brother officer in Bermuda-" that
genial climate"-who thought himself too old to
learn, and had not the hardihood to try. The
Chaplain relates in a pleasant way a few common
place facts, which are of value from the manner in
which they are grouped.
"To keep afloat and make progress in water is
the definition of swimming. There are almost as
many ways of doing this as a person canulthink of.
I have seen as many as fifty enumerated. Any
one who has ordinary pluck may got into some
method of keeping himself afloat and progress-
ing-that is to say of swimming--in from one
to lix lessons. Let, the pupil instruct himself well
in the theory of swimming by observing proficient
iu thIe art, then let him go into deep water with a
cord, held at the end by his teacher, attached to
him. If he do not think about. sinking or get
alarmed he must swim even though it be his first
serious attempt. As in the "sea of life" so in the
literal sea it is trust. or confidence that. prevents
people from sinking. It is a pity
that young girls do not take to swimming as read.
ily as they do to dancing. There is certainly as
much pleasure to be obtained from the one accom.
plishment as from the other, not to speak of the
superior usefulness of swimming.
All who would be useful in a time of distress
should occasionally practise swimming in their
clothes. I know a man who is an expert in this
respect." The Reverend gentleman does not state
whether Le has attempted flotation on the briny
naiu iu full canonicals.

BURGLARY AT IRELAND ISLAND.
Seldom indeed is the equanimntity of our small and
peaceful community at Ireland Island disturbed by
such a startling event as that which we now feel
called upon to record iu the columns of the Royal

A few evenings ago-it was near the hour of mid-
night-when our people slumbered peacefully, that
a Corporal of Marines who happened to be passing
a small but much frequented building by the road
side, known as the Fleet Canteen" near the CASE-
MATES, heard sounds and rattling of bottles and
glasses iu the building, which quickly convinced
him that a burglar was at work, for the door was
locked and thle window shutters were bolted, and no
one slept ou the premises. Quick a".s thought our
brave marine's mind was made up, for no tirmeo


must be lost, and if lie were to attempt a capture
single handed he might be overpowered, so he got
up steam, and went off, at full speed, for a file of
the guard, with whom lie at once returned to the
scene of lawbreaking. Just at this moment there
appeared approaching in the distance a gallant
young military officer, stationed at the casemates
who sauntered along by himself in the direction of
his cantonment, quietly smoking a cigar, the smoko
of which curled up, shining in the moonlight, like.-
aurora boiealis in the northern hrn:.,isphero. Upiun
being informed of the state of afttii.. on his arrival
at the .,,scene of action, this brave young man eager
to di.sti-guih lini.elf-this being the first cOlipr-
tunity lie ever had of iLowing lis plur-k, and p]'ov-
ing his courage-at once took command, place d
himself on thie spot from which the gieatcst danger
might be appleheind,.d. He dispo.e'd of the file
of the guard" by placing" a soldi'.r at f:ineh window,
with drawn bayonets, with orders that, if the burg-
lar attempted to escape, they were to capture him
at whatever cost. During- this time, there stood
by one, who must have been in collision with their
burglar, who could still be heard engaged in his
nefarious deeds. This individual--upon whose
countenance could be detected a comical g-in !-
went up to the gallant young officer and said," please
Sir, there's a monkey as lives in there," !! Presto
the opportunity was lost, and the sentiment gone.
The monkey was found on the premises, without a
Magistrate's permission to search under the provi-
sions of the Liquor License Act, 1880, tied by a
somewhat long chain, which allowed him to pull
dr-awers, and rattle bottles, creating ra pani: for
'..'me roni.-idcrable time. Our otticer -onmtimnud Li63
journey homewards, naturally di.snppointed in ki.
hopl's arnd fear.', and yet. braced! up for any future
ewr'ge'-nc-'s of courage. Whether ho repoired the:
circum.4anccs to hi:. commandiiing officer, ray fair.
ly be questioned ?
CLAYMORE.

ALr.XANDaIA, Sept. 24.-The rise in the Nile is
quite up to the average. Tfhe prospects of the crops
are satisfactory,


From a Sporting Correspondent.
DEA.i MR. LEE,-Having noticed a fortnight
back long notices in your paper with regard to the
Annual Race Meeting, and kn.,wing you are always
glad to obtain any little news as to wlat is gaing
on in the line of sport in these Islands I arranged
to visit Shelly Bay occasionally and to see how
everything was going, what horses seemed likely
to take part in the various events and gather to-
gether any information I could.
The proposed programme varies but little from
that of Inst year, the only alteration of consequence
being the expulsion of the Planters Stakes and the
bringing in of the Maiden Stakes': and whilst
many regret much the omi..,iou of a race that, has
always, front the ecoumr-ineement of ihese annual
meetings, appeared on the programme, it cannot be
denied that the Maiden Stakes will be a popular
and interesting part of the day's event, for not. on-
ly are there several horses that have never yet suec-
-oceded in getting more than .ocond or third place
iu previous meetings in Bermuda but there are al-
so many entirely fresh importations so that there
should be no lack of entries ; and, in the meanwhile
those in favor of the Farmers race will have time to
consider how and under what conditions that race
can be run, so as to prevent the disputes that always
occur as to whether the horses entered are proper
farm horses, and whether they'como under the class
for which that race has evidently always been in-
tended.
Many owners of horses are now more or less busy
preparing their favorites for the eventful day and
in many cases each one thinks his horse the fastest
on the island-you can often hear it remarked if
this happens or that happens, or if my horse will
only stand his training well, nothing can touch
him"-a very praiseworthy belief and the more
who think in such a way the better for the success
of our yearly Race. Meetings. Many probably
hardly know yet what events their horse will be
entered for, or even if lie is certain to be entered at
all, but nearly every afternoon you may see both
strangers and rold friends on their way to the course
for a gallop. The Maiden Stakes, as I have said
ought to beo an interesting event, and from a well-
known sporting livery stable I hear of one or two
horses that show likelihood of giving a good account
of themselves, and, as I suppose they will have the
services of thr(t well-known successfuirider Mr. Skiu.
ner, I have no doubt they will perform their best.
There is too a certain black horse which arrived in
these islands last Spring bringing with him a long
pedigree and long logs, and though not quite the
"speaker" the previous history of the black should
almost make him speak for himself. He lias the
character of being a fast' galloper, so, possibly, lie
will give some trouble to those entered against him.
It is to be hoped that more will enter for the Po-
lo Stakes than did last year, and I myself have
already heard of two or three new ponies that in-
tend to try their luck. Souvenir will I suppose try
and repeat his last year's performance and from
the number of times a day that Lady Gray walks.
up and down Cedar Avenue, we conclude the doc-.
tor intends to try and recover hii last year's defeat.
Now that weight for inches is allowed I hope the
little pony Zephyr will haie more chance. Should
much like to see her well up to the front.
The horses at Mount Langtou are hard at work
and the chestnut especially looking particularly fit.
They will in all probability come against much the
same lot as last year, and Capt. Peniston evidently
means that Jack shall again try for the honors of
the Hunt Cup against his big opponent. Others I
hear too are going to try their luck. A new horse
from Halifax looking as if he certainly would fly
the hurdles as well if not better than Faugh-.a-Bal-
lagh and Jack. I hear from St. George's that Sul-
tau again means to run once more; and, if he can
only be made to start I don't see why he should
not take a good place both in the Maiden Stakes
and the Grand Military. From Somerset I hear
very little, but have no doubt that Mr. Misick is
getting some horse ready to represent his part of
the country. Old friends like the celebrated plan-
et Vulcan and Dick are likewise coming forward
again, but the latter wants a little more flesh, for
his parts at present are very bony-a fact that
makes one think he might with advantage be ro-
christened with a celebrated, but certainly for him,
appropriate name. However, by the Tower Bvlle-
i6n, see thatI Mullers German Horse Condition
Powders, together with watering pots, bird cages
and baskets are obtainable in Bermuda, so I have
no doubt that with the aid of these he may beo
brought to the post as fit as a fiddle.
Now I think you will say I must bring this
lengthy letter to a close and I certainly think I
ought to, as otherwise some unfortunate advertisers
might drop in for the extra charge for candles, but
one line more, let us hope the Race Meeting of
1 .';SO will be more successful than any of the pre-
ceoding ones. All that is wanted are three things
horse, money and a fine day. The latter we have
usually had aud we must beg the clerk of tihe wea-
ther to give us one this timo-As to money it cer-
tainly will not be the fault of those who go through
the unpleasant job of carrying lists round, if plenty
is not forthcoming-for they are most energetic-
not a day passes but you see one of them pulling
out his paper in some part of Hamilton and say,
" now, put your name down for a sovereign to-
wards the races." Horses, however, after all are the
thiing.; most wanting and which we cannot do with-
out, so let us hope that many will be entered. Let
everyone think he has the fastest horse in thle i-.
land and enter it, and then the Race Meeting of
ISSO is sure to be a success.
Later on Mr. Editor I will do my best to give


you a straight tip or two. but my last advice is-
don't believe in Tally-ho, I know he, a. yourspoit-
ing correspondent, will try and make you think he
knows what horses are going to win, but don't you
be take- in-seud at once and enquiro of
TOP BOOTS.

TRULY MAGNAN I MOS.
There appeared in last week's Royal Gazdtl an
c-Xtra.,rlin-ry liproposal to run the Mail Coanch over-
tlIe hilly and rugged .e1 tion of tiro .Midl.dl, Road
whi.i-h lies !betwvc(en HIannilt'mn am tlie Flatts, -so) as
to :-sta1.,li.-i a ground cetutial station in mid-Devon-
phire, and to perfect the plan by doing away with
Joc-ll's P.Recci-ling I-i oise,' so that the range of
tlhi. grand eniitral inay be their greater.
Theo Re..eiving H>:use of DcA.sou-shire wv-s located
foi several recent year., \%ihin 20( yards of wheoe it
is now, its location i.s. more inconvenient to its
keeper than to any one else anyhow, and why
shi.uld all Smith's be obliged to resort to their ex-
treme North West corner to prevent all Devonshire
people being wafted towards their North East,
corner ?
12th Oetr., 188SS0. NORTH SIDE.

The Si. John's Chai'/tber of Commerce does not
view with satisfaction the scheme, almost unani-
mously paased by the Legislature, for providing
Railway communication in Newfoundland, consid-
ering the resources of the island inadequate to the
sustaining of the increased taxation which rust
a,; -!::dly follow. On .hje oil.er hamdl there at.-
t'o-Le hlio Ib.-lii e i t.n! the rs mii'.ral n,..lhib i.and tI
anri.:iuliu ai r'scutr- -sA Ci Lhe s.laud wii., b. a Rail-
way V tenm. be Mo much .tipro'uved that. thr" weiehtf or
tax-tii.li will Lot fall as heiCvivly :.1 tL e people a'.
notw Cuppced by the Chamnrer of Com.rerce.
M. Lavcllce th, Agent of &Ihe iFrech b.ee. ioot
C' p. ay in C a, e "lIe;c ) ',f ice four ir.ei 1-il-a
i5 sE'd aiouat di2203u0,00di a e ia wages, pui, cise
cl beet-root, &c. Five years exemption from duty
is a guaranteed protection by the Canadian Govern-
ment.


THE CASE OF THE "CAROLINA Z."
For the Royal Gazelle.'
Allftr much excitement about this vessel anil hr
cargo being a nuisance and injurious to the public
health, some estimate was obtained as to the cost
of having her removedi, say about three hundred
pounds (I300), and the House of AFsembly, to
facilitate the operation, offered to concur with the
other branches of the Legislature in providing the
necessary grants for her ronoval, if the General
Board of Health would take prompt measures for
the purpose. The Acting Governor in a message
to the I-ouse dated August 13, 1880, forwarded for
the information of the House a copy of a Report
received from a Commission specially appointed to
inquire into the question of the removal of the
stranded vessel, from which it olppears that the
Commission is of opinion that it is practicable to
runove the Carolina Z. by flotation out of the Har-
bour of St. George without danger to the public
health, and that steps are now being taken to carny
out toe views of (he Commiseion. The expenses
of this Commission, 16 16/, were paid by the Le-
gislature. Upon moving in the matter at this pe-
riod it was ascertained that, owing to the hurricane
and other circumstances, it would now cost about
4100 more than at first estimated for her removal,
and In a message of the Acting Governor under
date of 1st September, he states that according to
the best information the General Board of Health
can obtain the Carolina Z. can be removed from her
present position to a convenient distance from the
Harbour( of St. George for a sum not exceeding
eight hundred pounds (800), and suggests that
provision should be made for the service. In ac-
cordance with this message the Attorney General
introduced a motion "to make provision for ihe
removal or de.ltuction of the CG'oioa Z.," but when
the Resolve came up for discussion it was "object-
ed to by Dr. T. A. Outerbridge upon the ground
that if the vessel is blown up in St. George's Har-
bour the gases which are now pent up in the ship
would then be scattered, and the evil would be
worse than it is now" (see Colonist 22nd September)
Then thbe Resolve was amended, and Mr. Wilkin-
son moved that the words "otherwise disposed of"
be subsiituled for the word "d.:,stroyed" in the
liesolve, which was .'nnimou7? agreedd to, thus ad-
mitting the force of Dr. Outerbridge's argument,
and the Rc.solve for ,800 was passed accordingly.
Afier al' this, it appears very inconsistent fc heur
that the Board of Health have decided "to have
the vessel blown up unless removed by the owner in
a very short time," and in the face of two tenders
to remore her for amounts that come within the
grant by the Legislature! The Board of Health
states emphatically in its Report that it is practic-
able, have ascertained the cost, ask for the money
(800), it is -,ranted-, and ccntractois offer to do the
work, an.- yet we hear that valuable ship is to be
blown up, anJ the corn scattered over the harbour
in a state of decomposition to ba emitting noxious
gases for' nobody knows how long to the probable
prejudice of the public health! Will it not be
wiser, now the weather is becoming cooler, to grant
contractors time and opportunity to remove her, and,
it they ultimately fail, then have her "otherwise
disposed of," in accordance with the Resolve grant-
ing the money ?
DISCRETION.
October Il, 1880.

'10 ALL LOVERS OF OUR BEAUTIFUL NA-
TIVE BIRDS.
DEAR Mr.. EDITOn,-Can any of your readers tell
the last time he saw in Hamilton a bluebird, that
heretofore ornament and frequenter of the roo4s of
our houses, whose early morning twitter used to
greet us before the rising of the sun, and to build
in the eaves of our houses and even in the holes in
Pride of India trees in the Front st?-all now h ave
retired before the dingy sparrow. I fear that un-
less we are up and doing, good bye to the redbird
and all native birds, and the only bird in Bermuda
will be the dingy sparrow. A gentleman told me
lately that, from information he had received front
persons living at some distance from the town,
the sparrow mobs in flocks, single red and other
birds eating all b,-fore them, and that the cause of
the death of the numerous birds, now for the first
time found dead in our woods, is that they are
starved rind mobbed by the (comparatively) woith-
less sparrow mistakenly introduced here wifhin tlhe
last few years, but they are not so serviceable as
our native birds, to say nothing of the difference in
beauty. The same gentleman referred to above told
mo that le watched a collection of 16 or 20 sparrows
in the street of Hamilton when a cockroach was
creeping the street towards them each sparrow re-
treated as tho insect advanced, which finally went-
into concealment unmolested. Now a blue bird
would have spied him, even from a tree cr eaves of a
house, ard picked him up immediately. I hope
others will take up this matter, for I really fear the
loss of all our beautiful native birds.
I am, &c., your humblest
CRICK OF THE VILLAGE.
N.B.-A sparrow pie is not despised by epicures
ia France, and .parrow. are not, as I believe, pre.-
tected by our laws..

A FISHING QUESTION IN FRANCE.-A favorite
amusemren- at Aix-les-Baitnss is fishing with poonu
bait ion tie Lake of Bourget. According to French
legislation, fishing with n finoating line is free on all
public waters, without the necessity for any autho-.
risatiou, but. thIe law does not define what is a float-


ing line, leaving that to the interpretation of the
tribunals. The decisions of the Courts on that point
are very contradictory. It is generally required
that the line shall be attached to a rod. On some
waters iateler.s are, bound to hold tlhe rod in the hIaud,
and m.ty not lay it down or fix it for rest. On one
occasiioi a tribunal decided that the placing of shots
on the line e.iar the liook was an infraction of t1he
law, as biich a line could uot then be consid'er-ed is
" floating.' The fishing on the Lake of Bouriet is
carried (ou !t 01 a boat wiich mire.- along, di'ra.;itin
Ibniind it a line l:eld in he han-i and at the tlheri
en d ,if which im *atlaichLd a triple barbed hooki.join-
in. a iece o? ut iot it metal in the shape of the bowl
(it a pfoon, inti.:iled to attract the fi.sh, and a weight
to ear.-y tlhe litn to the bottom. In January last
tw, t.oatimen verio indicted for fisliing in that man-
ner, and on being charged before the Chamwhry Po-
lico Tribunal \were condemu: d to fines of five franeti
each. On behalf of the defendants it. was argued
that this description ot sport could not be consider-
ed as fishing with a ground-line linee dormante),
as to produce any reflect the line mutist move rapidly
along in the wake of a boat. The Tribunal did not,
however, admit that view, and held in its judgment
that the line wtias not/,doiate. 'iThe amount of the
fito was it inignificant, but the l'liestion was (of im-
portrinee, as tbhe prohihitiou of fishing on the hike
would have deprived Aix-les-Baii mof one of its at-
tractions, and the boatmen of a considerable source
of profit. The judgment would besides have form-
ed a precedent applicable to all the lakes and rivers
iu France. The boat.ien condemned coLnsequently
carried tie chae bfolroe tL-e Curt ow Apr'eal, which
ii-. uv. ;o. ev. '.-ed the jiadgiie ,'i .ni .h-:, gi'.'tiu 'i fL'
the h!ae as d -seSil.ed fulfille!l thle Ite.1piremtents ,.,f tio
i.w, -in.l imusi i.e a,.miutilated to fi',.atiig a te. thc :
uit:e o" w,i ic i1-, ai'.thoriu ed on ti i' ,iblie wat.iers.--
(-..iaurr.i.

J r. 'V. LA. A-hn"d B artlett, i >t.iitniy t*.ate'd
to have been first observed by hi., future bride-
Baioness Burdett-Coutts--as Ihe stood on the plat-
form on Highgate School speech day, reciting a pas-
sage from Longfellow's Hiawatha."


REMARKABLE DISCOVERY OF A BERMtJ.
DA MURDER.
The following account of a murder which was com-
mitted in Bermuda in the autumn of 1878 is by Ihe
Attorney General of the Islands, Mr. S. B. Gray :
-" In the autumn of 1S78 1a man committed a ter-
rible crime in Somerset, wbich was for some time
involved in deep mystery. His wife, a handsome
and 'ece't mulalto woman, disappeared suddenly
and entirely from sight, after going home from
church on Sunday, October '20. Su4iTdfi Im rnroe-
diately fell upon the husband, a clever young fel-
low of about thirty, but no trace of the ,Asiing-wo-
man was left behind, and there seemed a strong
probability that the crime would remain undefect-
ed. On Sundany, however, Oct. 27, a week after the
wivman had disappeared, some Somerset boatmen
looking out toward the sea, as is their custom, were
struck by observing in the Long Bay Channel, the
surface of which was ruffled by a slight breeze, a
long streak of calm, such as to use their illustration
a cesk of oil usually diffuses around it when in the
water. The feverish anxiety about the missing wo-
man suggested some strange connection between
this sinzula:. calm and the mode of her disappear-
ance. Two or three days after-why not sooner I
cannot tell you-- her brother and three other men
went out to the spot where it was observed, and
from which it had not disappeared since Sunday,
and with a series of fish hooks ranged along a
long line dragged the bottom of the. channel, but at
first without success. Shifting the position of the
boat. they dragged a little further windward, and
presently t1b li, e was caught. With water glasses
the men discovered that they bad caught it in a
skeleton which was held down down by some heavy
weight. They pulled on the line; something sud-
denly -are way and up came the skeleton of
the trunk, pelvis, and lega of a human body, from
which almost ever vestigp of flesh had disappear-
ed, but which, from the minute fragments remaining
and the terrible stench, bad evidently not lain long
in the water. The husband was a fisherman and
Long Bay Channel was a favourite fishing ground,
nud he calculated, truly enough that the fish
would very soon destroy all means of identifica-
tion; but it never entered into his head that as they
1did so their ravages combined with the progress of
decoriiposition, would set, free the matter which was
to wriie the traces of his crime on the surface of the
water. The case seems to be an exceedingly inter-
estinp one ; the calm is not mentioned in any book
on medical jurisprudence that I have, and the doc-
tors seem not to bave had experience of such an oc-
currence. A diver went down and found a stone
with a rope attached, by which the body had been
held down, and also portions of the scalp and of
the skin of the sole of the foot. and of clothing, by
means of which the body was identified. The bns-
band was found guilty and executed.-S'cien. Ame-
ricasn.

THE POTATO DISEASE.
The report of the House of Commons Select Com.
mittee on the potato crop has now been printed and
published. A great variety of evidence-from sci.
entific botanists, from market growers and private
cultivatorg-was taken, and everything that pro-
Tnised to throw light upon the mysterious disease
ihich, since its first appearance in these islands
more than thirty years ago, threatens to im.
pair the sources of what is still one of the great
food supplies of the kingdom, was carefully and pa-
tiently elicited. As to the origin of the potato dis-
ease, growers, botanisis, and scientific experts are
eLill very much in the dirk, or at best divided in
opinion. Among the various theories propounded
-which are only less fallacious than figures or facts-
the following seem to be most established by weight
r.f evidence :--First, Ibat the disease has its origin
in a fungus or blight which attacks both seed and
haulm with equal afncrity. It was first noticed in
Europe about tbe middle of Ibe present century, but
since attention has been more especially directed to
it, it has been discovered that it has existed
in a more or less modified form even in the native
home f (the potato fiom time immemorial. The un-
enviable result of the recent inquiry is that no one
of the various cultivators examined professed to
to have even a theoretical cure for the potato dis-
ease. The only cordial point of agreement seems
to be that a dry season and a sandy soll are decide.
edly favourable to its mitigation, and therefore the
present year should be a favorable test. It, is also
observable that potato crops planted on hillsides do
not take the disease neatly so bad as potatoes on the
low grounds, This is what might be expected, from
the native soil of the original potato, which lies on
the hill country of South America. The only wit-
ness who believed in the possibility of stamping out
the disease was professor EPaldwin, of Dublin, but
tbhou only as a pcsibility. His plan is never to
grow potato crops two years running on the same
ground; :that no potato raised in one year shall be
used for seed the following season ; and that all
fresh seed should be imported, Many other wit-
uesses advocated greater alternation of crops, but if
the disease \s already existing in the country, it will
always spread with great rapidity in a wet season.
Disinfectants, burning the haulms, quick-limo
dressing, &c., all seemed to have failed. Reference
was made by Mr. Smilh, F.L.S., to kindred dis-
eases-all apparently, like the otato blight, result-
ing from some kind of ;ungus--which have of late
years attacked other vegetables and plants-sueb,
for instance, as the cullivnted tomato, the wild bit-
teraweet of the hederows foi the same tribe as the
potato), as also timber trees. For instance there is
a mysterious disease under which the larch, which


ust ally thrives so well in Scotland, is now gradual-
ly disappearing from the latter and from the North
of England. The committee, in their report, advise
the creation of .'xperimiatal farms in various parts
of the kingdom, wvbereon experiments should lie
made of various kinds and for the introduction of
new varieties. These might, perhaps, be placed un.
der the control ol e:istinr .agricultural Societies,
which, it appears, have hithet to done little even in
the way ci experiment. If they declined, then the
commit tee recommend the appointment, i1 each
section of the United Kingdom, of a Government
supri'iniendeat, vwho should conduct the necessary
expe intents.

THE FLAVIAN AFLOAT.
The St3amship Flavian was successfully towed
into 't. Johns on Septr. 13 by the sleam-tugs Ca-
bot and Favorite. The Flavian was supported by
pontoons that bravely bore up their heavy burden.
Any flaw in chains or cables or other fastenings
would hare proved fatal, the displacement or dis-
engagement of the pontoons meaning the inability
of the ship to float from mere internal .resources
and her speedy submergement, but fate decreed
otherwise, and the rescued steamer now floats with
bowed head in the tranquil waters of the riverhead
of St. Johns. During ahe past few days a circum-
stance has come to light that largely accounts for
the Flavian's deviatjiIn from a true course and her
ultimate grounding on Great Island Reef. Among
tt,.n '.. of goods b.nded fr:iu the steamer some
'fii, '- ere i .e ed '.( l*.ic Iuntruwenrts." A
f i :'" ( r ca. .-d anid lbiok:ri, and the
fc, Q..1:, : le'':lj i.elf .Lbha:, in eacih e-:-e, filled up
v .. \ u .;-* v-t ..r-h p-. large pack-
S,,! r ,,. *(s ,- s ,:- f.t;y iaLeided. These
iI te of 'v .'i 'is ?. a l' l sao ei. ot' hem of
a *,v i.ow:-rfui :.nE'. r':.; E' ,,-ric,.cei e na ig .-
!..: ::.oi a L. e i ';; ,, i 'Iron eer ac ;d
iin lhe itei -ianuld rmauine, iogard this powellul
lhadstene influence as of itself sufficient to account
for the noLable compass deviation that well nigh
bought absolute ruin to the Flavian and her crew.







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


The General Convention of the Protestant. Epis-
copal Chureh, in New York, will open wiIh a ser-
vieW at. St. George's Church, Sluyvesant square. 'at
eleven o'clock, a.m., Octuber 0, a fer which the
House of Deputies will organize in the Church of
the"'Holy Trinily, Madison avenue and Forly-Fe-
cond street, whore the daily session, will be hrld.
The Convention is composed of nall he bishops, six-
ty-two in number, and a representation of not more
than four clergymen and four laymen from eaeb
diocese.. The bishops form a separate house, pre-
sided over by Senior Bishop Smith, or some other
appointed by him, and their sessions are private.
The HtIuse of Deputis elects its own officer%, anil
ils meetings are open to the public, and, being in
the spacious church of Rev. Dr. Tyng, Jr., at Mad-
ison avenue and Forty-second street, there will be
ample zoom for the public and the best convenience
for Feeing and hearing. The Conventi.n will last
from two to three weeks. A committee consisting
of Bishops Bedell and Stevens, has prepared a re-
port, which will be submitted to the Convention,
recommending the establishment of four provinces
within the territory of the United States--namely,
a province of the Atlantic, to include all the Atlan-
tic coast dioceses; of the centre. embracing i0l be-
tween the lakes and the Gulf, the Alleghanies and
the Mississippi ; of the West, taking in all dioceses
between the Mississippi and the Rocky Mountains,
including Texas; and of the Pacific, including all
weot of the Roely Mountains. This committee al-
so recommend that the Geneial Convention shall
continue to be the legislative body uniting the
churches," but meeting once in nine years. The
creation of fifteen new dioceses within as many
ye-is has added 120 members. At this rate of in-
crease the Convention, if not already too large, will
it is argued, soon become so. A small diocese fends
as many deputies rs a lnrge one. II ha been sug-
gested to give to each dicesee e clneelric and one lay
deputy, an I to give one of each order addition-
al for every filfty clergy or part of that number, On
this plan, it is maintained, Ihe numbers iq, the
House would be reduced to what they were fifteen
years ago-less than three hundred. The future
increase would be gradual and a more equitable re-
presentation would be secured. The report of cx-
ponditures for three years made to the last Conven.-
tion was .$10,437 03. TLe expense is provided by
rn assessment upon the several dioceses of 51 per
year for each of its clergy.
TilE PROVINCIALu SYNOD AT MONTRIEAL.
MONTUIU.tL, Sept. .'.4-Nearly all the delegatc,4 for
the Provincial Synod ar ived at 1oritreal thismorn.-
ing. The Synod opened at 11 o'clock with a s.erm jn
from the Bishop of Nova Scotia, followe:l by a com-
munion service. The service for the morning closed
at I o'clotk. The Bishop delivered a most impressive
andable sermon. He spoke of the desire there should
he to respect thle opinions of others, thiotic.h dif-
fering from our own, and not holding them in scorn
or derison. lie closed his sermon with a strong ap-
peal to work together for the cause of ('hr;t.
In the afternoon, the nieetine opened at 2.30 with
river by the Metropolitan. His charge was then
read to the Synod, in which he treated on all theo sub-
jects to be considered. Ile snid that we no a ('hureh
sprung, but now severed, fioni the mother Church,
must develop our own fiuct ii.n: ths wo had two
principal and important charges to guard against, viz:
Want of learning in cur clrgy, and want of interest
in, our laity. After slpi.Iking at length on these two
points, lie took up the important subject of marrin.re
with a deceased wife's sister, which subject is to be di"-
cussed by the Synod. lie said many evils threaten
Modern society, against all of which the Church should
weild an influence, and araninst the passing of a statute
legalizing a marriage with a deceased wife's sister
should it bring to bear all its forces and exert its most
powerful influences by calling to its aid all the power
at tlieir command. IHis remarks on this point were
well worthy of attention, were of great force and well
fitted to exert an influence on the entire body.
After the close of the Bihop'e address delegates
from the American Church were introduced who in
turn made appropriate speeches. They referred to
the kindly interest taken in us 1,v tlihe Americnn
Church-nilluded in touching eloquent manner to the
early loyalists.
The roll was then called by diocese's after which
the officers were elected as follows; Archdeacon
Whittaker was elected prolocutor; over the election
there wais much excitement. Canon Norman, was.
elected clerical Secy., in place of Revd. C. Hamnilton
Alex Johnson, in placi of Nelson : C. J. ridges,
elected Treasurer, Thomas White, M. P. and Thomas
Simpson elected Auditors. The various reports, peti-
tions and memorials, w. re then read; the meeting
closed at 6 p. m.
To-night a service will be held in the Cathedra[
consisting chiefly of singing hby children To-mor-
row, a very interesting Missionary Meeting will be
held in which several eminent men will take part, of
whom will be Dr. Hill, and Vice-Chancellor Blake
DEAN STANLEY IN A SCOTCH PARISH CnHURCe.
-Dean Stanley preached in Errol Parish Church,
Perthshire, on Sunday afternoon. He spoke of the
contrast between an inferior, ordinary view of reli-
gion and that which sought the best which had
come before them. There was much talk in thLese
days about national institutions to be maintained or
destroyed. There were those who busied them-
selves incessantly with the cries of party on the one
side or the other, some f(r keeping up and others
for putting down, seme for keeping things exactyiv
as they were, others for reducing all things to one
dead level, and each supposed that in this conflict they
were doing the work of GOD. But was there not a
better work which each had to purune1 Had they
not one and all the task placed before them of mak-


ing the institutions in the eCountry better tliin they
were, of purifying and elevating the tastes and feel-
ings of their fellow-couiitr.mien for loftier, wiser.
and more Christian views with regard to all these
things ? Could they say that Ihere wan n'othiig
needing to be done which might not, yet be done
with such institutions instead of sweeping them aiwa1 ? I
Were they n(ot careful and troubled aboit many
things whilst the one thing needful was overlooked?
Here they had n clear instance of a higher life fol-
lowed by a few, yet the duty of all. The work
which belonged to th true tservauts of the State and
of the Church was not to defend, nor yet to destroy,
but to improve. At the close the Dean passed a
high eulogium on the late Lord Stratford de Red-
cliffe.
The Forth Bridge Co., formed to construct a Bridge
across the Forth similar to that across the Tay at
Dundee to afford a more direct all-rail connection
with Aberdeen, have cancelled their contract with the
builders, owing to the modification now considered ne-
cessary in consequence of the Tay Bridge disaster and
tho delay which must occur in determining them.
The new bridge across the River Ottawa, between
Hull and Otlawa, to connect the Orcidental and
Central Railroads will be completed about lIt Nov.
It is the second largest bridge in Canada, 2,164 feet
bridgewoik. The iron superstructure ia by Claik
Reeves & Co., Phi'dlphin, atd the total cCost i.
put down over $6:i60,0,).
---~ -~--
F BIRTH, on Oct. 7th, it St. Gie -,: :, 11" \',"Ir '
ti. L. Je.isej, Esqir., Roy. 1 En. inee:.-, of a :oi, E.till-
born.
......... in this 'Town, on Sni'. y iimrinig, i0th in4t.,
the Wtrc ('f Samuel R:J i ls,:inn, of a o;.
DIE D, i i i thi- Towi., '1 il e iany e'enuing. 5tli in-t.. I
ALICE MAnY. iaged 17 years aid 4 nionlhis. eldi.-t
daughter of Laura Ainn and Win. l. T. Joell, Wlo,
together with many relatives and friends, grieve the
loss of so loving a disposition,


BY PUBLIC AUCTION
UA DEll THiE 11G SIED,

On Thursday next,
'The I ith Instant, at 12 o clock.
IEW Yok LHAMS
50 NE10 Diuns Halifax CODFISH
10 Blk. Early Pose POTATOES
10 HIf. and Qr. Boxes Blnak TOBACCO, 1-i's
4 Casks VINEGATL'
10 Box.s Sui u:rior Fauinily F;'OAP
10 Small (asks PORTER
20 Bls. Basse's Bottled Pal.- ALE
6 Cases 1 Dozen each Lonlon Bottled Port
WINE
6 Cases I Dozen each London Bottled Pale
SHERRY
6 Dozen Bottle. English MUSTARD assort-
ed sizes
5 Dozen Bottles assorted PICKLES
500 Lbs. Oil CAKE
,) Lbs. Spice PEPPER
?, Frail New DATES
100 Bushels best quality LIME
10 Tins 7 lbs. each English CONFECTION-
ERY
10 Dozen Tins Assorted JTAMS
50 Gross Good MATCHES
I Bag COFFEE
2 Large Show CASES
1 Large PEFRIGERATOIt
1 Basket PH.ETON
1 Lot Assortedl Drv GOODS'
Mfen's Tweed PATS, Corduroy PANTS,
Boys' PANTS and .JACKETS, Tweed HATS
and Straw HATS. Rubber Sole SHOES
W2 Small Casks very Superior Jamaica RUM,
31 and 32 Gallons in Bond-Proof 20
very old.
1 DONKEY, good worker
EX LIGHTHOUSE,
1 Cak WVaste OIL
4 Empty Oil (AS'KS

AND,
SChest.nntit


Good for Cart. Plough, &c., &e.
1 fine young working MULE
1 New DRAY and Box CART
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
,L,'7 All limited goods )isust pay two and
a half per cent should said lin its not be ob-
tained.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Octr. 12, 1SSO.

Notice This.

For Sale.
C- Chests Good Oolong Tg /A,
Just Rleceiveid rom London,
ASTOUNDING LOW PRICES.
Bags Cleaned RICE, 200 lbs. each
Card MATCHES, in 10 Gross
Boxes, very Clieap
And for 5th Novemiber,
Boxes Chinese C racers
Cannon CRACKERS
Also the well known Choice Blrand of
S. F, FLOUR,
Barrels and Halft il:, rels.
Always to be had at the u'iibscribers place of
Business.
B. E. DICIAINSON,
Nos. 27 and 28 Front Street, lHamilton.
October lith, 1 880.-3 3p


S'VA0. cfalherine 3. S Wle6

EGS to announce to lthe Public centrally
that she i-i prepared to arrange hair
IN CURLS9 BRAIDS OR PUFFS
ALSO,
Hats Cleaned or Dyed.
And Gieek EMRBiOIDE.RV Executed to order.
Queen Streer, IlairtiIlo,
Ocf. 211t1, IS80.-3 rd*


FRESH PORK

.-I tMe Co.operalive S'tore,

Oni Sat irdnly next,
The lithl, Instant,
At 7d. per lb.
Ilamilton, Octr. 12, !3S0.-1


The ChIeapest
You Know.


AStore'


IF YOU WANT
GOOD GIFOCERIES
Call at the
NO. I FAMILY GROC ERY, North Shore
S 8ee Sign.
IFT ESil and Canned FRUIT per every
S Stenmer Also. IlAMS II \CON
t IOULDIRS Corned BFEF CH il "
SAUSAGE, &e.,
And whatever el;e may be required in the
Grocery Lin,.
ll! Che..ip for C. 0. I).

MALT and WI"NE on retail.
'. P. S Ji,'JIMETT.
North Road. ,von hi' t .
October r 12. 18 3. .


-For Sale z.t the liiyal Gazette" Stationery
tore.
lHauilton, Oct. 5th, 1880.


For Benefit of Owneris, Underwri-
ter-.-s nd all Concerned.


ell,


PI
0der0 Instrluctions. TI Will S(
PBY PUBLIc AUCTION,


The
21st Int-nt, ait noon,
AT HUI R'S WHARF,


MASTS, SPARS, SAILS, RIGGING, BOATS,
and all the MAIte i:d c'nnmc-c-ted with the Ame-
ricean Bark "D1)anie:Il Draper," 'edlgley, JAfas-
tir, put into this Port in distress on a voyage
from New Oilcans bound to Gibraltar, and
abailndoilud on tnrvey and Estimate.
T. (C M(,CALLAN,
St. George's, 12th October-, 8SS0.

Notice,
Il Inqui-'itions vizt. of the Estate of \i'm.
James Steed, HRuth llassey and Rutlh
?'Bran:!man which were advertiscd'for the 22nd
instant are unavoidably

POSTPONED,
Until th/ie 4th day of Novr.
Now next Ensuing.
Thini to take place at the hour of 11 o'clock of
the torenoon of that day.
J1 I. TROTT,
P. .114 3p(.
nmiL,,it.,,, net. i lii, l^" .- 4 3p ;


Ju st


, c C e i v e (1,


pI DPING'S Celebrated Christinas and Birthday
CARDS
Dreas GOODS( F-vy GOODS
I'iture FRAM.iES I \SELf:, &c. .
Chiiiti:as P"! E, I:,NT1 .
ALSO,


AllI


Another Lot of Superior
O IL S T V E S,
alWle, l>coinomlic nnaid Non-explosive.
(lheap for (:ah. Call and Exaniine.
E. BELL,
No I WVest Front Streit.
on, Octr. 11, 1,S0.-3


Just Received,
From London via .New York,
A Choice Assortment of

Fine DIAGONALS and OVER-
COATING.
Inspection solicited.
OPMIOND L. DICKINSON,
Merhlant Tailor.
Front Street, Ilawilton.
Cci. I1, 18i .-.- 3*


Colonist" please topy.

NOTICE THIS!

A VW onl s1e,'A i?7, hliaile
I im t exhibition and fur ale by the Uin-
deirsigicd, ealld

T II PERFE1CTD TYPE-
WRITER,
Messis. C. Reinigiton & Sonu, .\Maiirauf(urors.
Two or three timeo- the speed of writing andi the
legibility of print. Any chili that cann pell, c!>n
learn to run it rapiil!y iin a shorl time, and the
writing looks better and is ruad easier than that
of the most e'pcl)rt enrman.
lis speed, legibiility and case of working will
give it a place wherever much writing is done.
ALSO,
A Fre.-h Supply of those Cleapl)st and Best
Rmilo intlonI


I land Sewing
Which ile warranled to -
J. H. T. J


October 12, ISS0.


Guano.


Just Hucciv\ed pl'r Steami er Berminud.i,"
200 Barrels

.p .U" tOuta litno,
A genuine article, prepa ed expressly for
Bermuda Crops.
ALSO,
E'xpecled during ensutng Month,
500 Harrels FfSH GUANO
10 Tons PERUVIAN GUJtIAO.
The a'iove %will lIe s.,ld o aeeoonmmodatinl
terms to approved purchasers.
S. S. INGHIA l.
II.iii'ton, 5th ('eto)bei, 188..-2 3p

*a" 911 9
Locok 0A. h Is

File i'ops Od (h'l ir Lefr,
A '.'...-; i r ld H l Here,
1i1 all ti: i'op.ls we'e lik i o lir'i ;
Tlthy o (Itd .e dl. c k i d s tead of WiIoP.
F P. S. Ji4LA ETIT,
No. 1 Family G(roery.
North Road, Devoiilshire, .
October 12, 1880.


lt.


Theatre Royal,
PRt OSPEC7T.


following DRAMATIC
FORMANCES
Will be Given


PER-


BY LADIES AND OFFICERS OF
THIE GARRISON,
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
His Excellency the Governor,

ON TUESDAY
AND THURSDAY,
The 19th and 21st October, 1880.
DELICATE GROUND,
A COMEDY,
Characters by Mrs. Holt., Messrs. O'Sullivan,
R.A, and Wood, R.E.
To )e followed by
TWO HEADS ARE BETTER
THAN ONE, a Farce,
Characters by Mrs. Kennedy, Capt. Holt, R.
M.L.I., Messrs. Beresford, R.E., Moore, Corm-
mnissariat Staff, and Ambrose Gosling.I
To conclude with the Oriental Extravaganza
entitled


THE HAPPY MAN,
O-,


Ram n usti the Rajah.
Characters by Mrs. Randall, Mrs. MacDon-
nell, Captain Holt, Messrs. Wood, O'Sullivan,
Randolph and Fischer, 99th Regt., Moore and
Randall, Commissariat Staff.
Tickets to be obtained at the Stationery
Store adjoining the Royal Gazette" Office,
where Plans of the Theatre may be seen.
PIUICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle 2,6 ; Reserved Seats 1/6 ; Pit 1/;
Gallery 6d.
Doors open at 7-30. Curtain to rise at 8
o'clock.
October 9, 1880.-2


Pitch Pine. Pitch Pine.
TAKE TOTZC0.
The Article expected during this Month per
Schooier *' Wyonling"
Select your Sizes, ex.
7 L o ZN W .0
One inch Grooved, Tongued, Planed, also
BOA RIDS 12 inches wide.

2 x 3, 2x 4, 2x 5, 2x 6, 2i x 5,
lI x 3 for RAILING, in 20 feet lengths.
2 8 x 8 Joists, and-1 x 6 and 6 x G 6ALK and
'iCK(E rS (6 feet and pointed)
Carpentles and Builders asked to keep this for
Reference.
T ROTT & COX.
Ilamillon, Octr. 12, 1880.-I
Colonist" copy once.

Notice to Farmers
and Others.

'Th e Un de r s i fr n e d1,
Expecis to Receive ini the Month of November.
ONION Box MATERIAL
Tomato Box MATERIAL
Long LATHlS NAILS
1.Ij11BERI OATS lHAY
Sets Bed IRoom FIJltNITLTI E
(arnet Seed PO)TATOE.', of Choice Selec-
tion
&,, &c.
All of which will be 'Fold Cheap.
JOHl.N I. T. J.lCKSOA.


1 )
lamilton, Octr. 12th, 18SO.-


A CKSON,
Age


Guiano.


Colo ial Scretary's Ofhice,
4TH OCTOBER, iS0.
TIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
has been pleased to appoint the under-
nientioned Gentlemen to form the BOARD OF
PUBLIC "WORKS, under the provisions of the
Board of Public Work's Act No. 15, Session I[
I.SO:-
THE HiONBLE. WILLIAM HENRY GOSLING,
&' EUGENIUS HARVEY,
GEOP.GE SOMERS TU(I'KER,
CLARENCE PENISTON, ESQR.,
SAMIUEL CORNELIUS OUTERBIRIDGE, ESQR.,
THOMAS Dr(ICrNSON MIDDLETON, ESQI.,
THOMAS NEWBOLD DILL, ESQR.,
RI1IA.\TI) JENNINOs PENISTON DARRELL. ESQR
fy' His E.cdlen.y's ('om-inmdl,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.


Colon ial Secrefary's Office,
9TIt OCTOBER, 1880.
FHE following Acts have been passed by the
s- Legislature of Bermuda during the pre-
sent Session, viz. :-
18S0, Session II.
No. 15 -An Act to regulate the Board of Pub-
lic Works.
(In force to 31st December, 1883.)
16.-An Act to grant an allowance to Charles
West Butterfield Fozard.
17.-An Act. to authorise and provide for the
diversion of a Public Road over Prosp-eet.
S Hill. (Operation suspended until IIer
1% ajesty's allowance has been obtained.)
IS.-An Act to extend the powers of the Court
of Chancery with respect to the real pro-
' perty of Lunatics.
19.-An Act to amend the Police Establish-
S ment Act No. 20, [175.
R. E. WEBSTER.,
Colonial Secrefary.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
9TH OCTOBER, 1880.
fiIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
has received a Despatch from the Right
Honorable the Secretary of State for the Co-
lonies-dated 24th August 1880-transmitting
a Copy of a Declaration between the United
Kingdom and Russia relative to the disposal
of the Estates of deceased Seamen oi the two
Nations, which was signed at London on the
9th of August, 1880.
The Copy of the Declaration can be seen on
application at this Office.
By His Excellency's Cornmiand,
R. E. WEBSTER.,
1 Colonial Secretary.

SHealth Officer's Boat Ser-
vice.

TENDERS will be received by the RECEIVER
GENERAL, at his Office, until

M maSoIN& WEin g
The Twenty-first instant, at noon,
From Persons desirous of Contract-
ing to
SUPPLY BOATS,
For the use of the Health. Officer at St. George,
for three years, to commence on the fir.jt of
,I ,Aeuidb u ae.'t.
Forms of Tender may be seen on application
to the RECEIVER. GENERAL. at Hamilton and
ASSISTANT RECEIVER GENERAL at St. George.
Security to the extent of 25 will.be requir-
ed for the due performance of the Contract.
JAMES TUCKER,
Receiver Geoeral.
Receiver General's Office, Hamilton, )
October 4th, 1880.-3 3p 1


Notice.


ENDERS will be received at the COLONIAL
SURVEYOR'S OFFICE until

MONDAY,
the 25th inst.,


,p'osite Pust Olliee. From Persons desirous of Tendering for the
-2 supply of 4,6000 hard burnt American


a. S.Ilctlil
39 &CA


- '.,,9


THE U.NDERSIGNED
Expects to receive aboat the 15th
November next,
A very choice Cargo, consisting of the follow
fili-, viz. :-
700 IIAIIRELS GA I NET

POTATO S,
Carefully selected for Seed,
[lAY OATS LATI S, &e.

ALSO,
By a Vessel from Bangor, Maine, about 25th
Instant,
30,000 Onion Boxes,


Of the usual superior manufacture,
BRICKS, LUMBER, SPARlS, &c.,
Parties who have engaged the above will
please send for them on arrival of Vessel.
S. S. WINGHIJil.
lamiltion, 5th Octotber, 1880.--3 3p

P For Sale,
A Black Gelding
SANCHO,

A perfect charger and gocd harness Horse.
. Apply to the Adjutant l/,9th Regimint, St.
George's,
October 9, 1880.


of the best quality to be delivered at Mount
Langton Stables.
The COLONIAL SURVEYOR does not bind hiha-
self to accept the lowest, or any Tender.
All further information cnm be obtained on
application at the Colonial Surveyor's Office.
PHILIP NESS.
Cojloiil Surei'y/r.
October 8, 1880.


Cook and House Maid
WANTED.
W ANTED immediately a good Plain COOK
also a good HOUSE MAID.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, Octr. 12, 1880.

UNCLAIMED LErTERS IN TIlE POSTOF-
FICE HAMILTON, 9th Octr. 1880.
Knud L Anderion, Edw Braundley, Thomas Bean,
E H Bradford, E Burchall, J B 1ean, E S Burgess,
J Campbell, Helena Crawford, B F Depeu, J.unce
Douglas, Aristide Dirup, Brigt Mary Emily," R
Ellis, \iWm Fornter, Edward Fri~sr, R EJ-.v U(orge,-
ilepjresenta'ives late Ruth Brilngruan or Gilbert,
Alfred Henryson, John Hood & Co, WnI Hluiband-,
Mrs Jackson, G B and T \V Jon.,, G3'T Johnqon,
Alice Jowell, samuel Joned, John L .yd, Mrs Morris,
James A Mares, Jane Mlorrw, Robert Popbimn,
Phenie, T Roche, John RIawlings, Mary E Robin-
son, Laura Swan, Samuel Swvin, 0 E W\illiams,
Beaumont Williams, John H Young,
UNCL IAIED LEFi'TERS IN THE POST 0 1-
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Octr. II, 1880.
Capt Hugh Jo i. (Barquentine Mary Emily"h,
Leon Philimore, Win Smith, (Shipping Coinunis
aion).


I'~acit1s Garniet Seed
sat~iuiot. Box ,S4joolis


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


A C('APE BRETON WILL SENSATION
Judge Tremnin emiinimncelf at Syll,.-yv on tlih. 15th
lilt., the G(an ,-.ll WVilil eV in whi:h :i ix e nelii-''l
are engaged, and which lhar created much excite-
ment in Cape Breton. Briefly the facts are these".
Gammnell died at Little Bras [)D'Or July 4tb, 1879,
aged 79, leaving (no issue) a widow whom he mar-
ried on the Ilt January, 1877, the daughter of a
sehoiIlniate ,.f his, WVillinm Inirio, of Scotland, an
intimate friend of his first wite. Gammell visited
Scotland shortly alter the death of his first wile,
with whom he had lived happily flr nearly half a
century, and during a visit to his old friend Imrie,
the second marriage was nnrnngeld. Mrs. Gamniell
does not appear to have been favourably received
in her new home by his old acquaintances. Gam-
nmell carried on a large business iu Victoria County,
retiring in 1860. in iavour of his partner, John H.1
Christie. his first wih-'s bother, who came fro hi
Scoiland as Clerk in the first instanee. Altlhou'h
Gamiuell had incurred losses since his retirement
he was popularly believed to be worth from $ 50,-
OdO to $300,000.
His widow filed a Will in thll Probate Court by
which she became possessed of his entire estate.
and, as no executors were named, Mrs. Gummnull
became sole executrix. The value of the estate
was proved under $67,000, Senator T. D. Archi-
bald and W. II. More being the appraisers. A few
months since a young ma:n named Thomas McLel-
lan claimed on the Gammnell Estate for eash advain-
een, interest and services $17.000. Jivit a year
alter probate on the will, this McLellan represented
that. he held the Last Will of Gammell. which lie
would produce on the Legatees agreeing to his
receiving 25 per cent of the amount of the legacies
125 per cent was finally agreed mi. and proceedings
commenced. The will is in McLellan'a handwriting
dated April 21st, 1879, and Wi. H. Moore,'and Mur-
ray Dodd were named executors. Legacies are
given to the extent of $67,000 including $2,000 to
his wife. Mary Gammiell, to whom he bequeaths
the residue of his real and personal estate The
largest bequest is to Wm. Christie, son of John H.
Chiristie, of Little Bras D'Or, $25,000. McLellan,
says be drew the instrument. attested by three wit-
nesses, at the request of Gammell, who said his
wife had destroyed the first will, wherein he left
certain legacies and the balance to his wife, that he
had executed another leaving her everything, on the
underitauding that she should carry out his wishes
as to legacies; that this third and last will was not
to he produced till the lapse of twelve months, and
not then if his wife carried out his wishes. It is said
that the Gammell Estate will not realize the ap-
praisement, and that if this Testament is upheld,
Mrs. Gammell will have a very small portion. On
the other hand, it is insinuated that Mrs. Gammell
so acquired control as to withdraw securities from
the Estate, and that she placed them beyond its
control The case is exceptional, and McLellan's
relations with Gammell largely enter into its consid-
eration. Mrs. Gammell, who accompanied her
brother to Scotland, has returned to Cape Breton
and challenges the fullest enquiry.

HINTS TO BARBERS.
Suggestions by Mark Twain which will revooldionize the
Art of shaving.
It is safe to say that nine out of ten of the men one
meets on the streets in our cities shave or rather are
shaved. Some shave the moustache, some shave the
chin, some the cheeks. Indeed. one must go into
mathematics to the tables of permutations and com-
binations to find how many varieties of shaving are
possible. Woman is accused of being the party who
devotes her time to appearances and frivolities of the
mirror, but, after all, man does his share of it. The
reason he escapes the charge is that he blandly sets
down his decorative work as being a matter of ne-
cessity.
And it is urged that shaving is a very old custom,
nor have we anything to say against it, except that
it is unnatural, and is, and should be acknowledged
to be, a concession to the looking-glass and to van-
ity. But the point is, that old as is the art, it is a
singular thing how few know how to shave. "Near-
ly all men shave in the passive voice." This may
be taken as the grammatical phrase or as ]an ae-
knowledgment of the voice of the barber which they
have to endure. Each signification is true. And
while nearly all men consent to refer their shaving
to a few who make it a business, only a fraction of
those few understand their art.
There is a financial blunder at the bottom of it that
makes trouble all through. The dogma that a shave is
ashave is a mistake. One man with a stiff beard and
a full face will choose to have his whole expansive
countenance clean shorn; another will shave his up-
per lip. To each it is" a shave.," and each is charg.-
ed alike. One may require thirty minntes attention
the other ten minutes. The first will dull a razor,
the second will not affect its edge. To each it is
ten cents. Now, a barber's working day, weassume
it ten hours long. If he is occupied three-quarters of
the time, he must be busier than usually appears.
This gives him seven hours labor, and if he struck a
day of half-hour faces, his whole receipt will be one
dollar and forty cents. If his luck gave him tenu-
minute cases, he would take in four dollars and
twenty cents. Even this would not pay were it not
for the seductive side i.~eues-the hair cut and sham.-
poos of the trade-that brings in more per hour
than the fundamental industry.
Now, as the price and the circumstances of shav-
ing go, it is a constant hurry to finish a man, as,
shuvinug scarcely pays at the best, and if he is one of
the most absorbing subjects-full shave and a stiff
beard-it is a loss to work upon him. To shave him
carefully takes too much time and costs the edge of
the razor. The skim over the face, cutting off see-
tions of beard here and there, and leaving old cases


of hair along the deserts of the cheek, saves the ra-
ior and spoils the person who pays for the operation
and who should not be entirely forgotten. The scale
of prices ought to be regulated by whatone gets, and
barbers ought to have the courage to charge for
what they do.
This done, a revolution in the art would follow.
Speed would not be the great aim. Attention could
be given to the removal of the beard, which in old
times, it was important to remove as the lather, and
the man who went out. of the barber's shop would
leave satisfied, instead of hoping that th next time
it would be better. We recommend t.hebe consider-
ations to the trade without charge for the advice.
lshaving is a custom of civilization, playing with
soap bubbles is a game of childhood. It is now a
matter of luck which of these operations falls to the
barber's.patron to day.

Two of the Montenegrins, accomplices iu the as-
siassination of Mine. Scobeleff, have confessed. The
l articulars of the crime were arranged in all their
detail some days previously by Uzatis, who insisted
on the whole party being murdered in order to
escape detection, saying.," Fear not: she is like a
mother to me, and no one will suspect me of mur-
dening her." IHe advised Mine. Scobelell to leave
Ivanihoff behind. It was only an afterthought that.
she took Ivanhotl. These uien received several
hundred pounds each, which they buried. They
hjve now revealed that Uzat is took i1 share of tihe
plunder in trouble notes. The hiding place, hlia not
et been discovered, although it i, supposed to Li'
known by the younger brother. It mapjiears thc..v
are three in the Uz ,tti, family, aill u:i',re or le.-s cou l-
protised.-Lontldon ,,eoi.
Secretary 1'. Niksi, who hit. just left St- Peter's-
burg for- Japan, atler ten years' dipIomiiliic service
at the Russian Courl, inteiids, oun arriving at Toki,,
to bring out a woik entitled "The Japtiaese in Ruis-
,,i.



LORD SHAFIrESBITRY ANDl) MDR. FORSTER.
Lord Shnftesliurv, writing to the Times with re-
gaird to l Mr. I'',rt'r':4 r'marl, concerning the House
of Lordt, denies that, the rejec.ion of tbh Ballot Bill
of .7 I, which the. noble Earl himself moved, was
Sa cor.temptuous refusal" on the part of the Feers
to consider tho question sent up ti them by the
lIloute of Commons. The noble Earl adds, I may
assure Mr. Forster that our IHouse collectively and
individually has no sentiment but a deep fixed
constitutional respect for the representatives of the
people. As one of that august Assembly, he ap-
peals to the p'opl,, and in his position as a Min-
ister of the Crown seems to threaten us with ex-
tinction, or at least degradation. I, too, as one of
the body so menaced, will dare, on behalf of my
colleagues, to appeal to the same tribunal. The
History and services of the House of Lords will
not l)e outweiahedi by a single maisjudgmnent. If
Ihe public will try the question, we shall have, I
doubt not, a verdict of acquittal, and 1o be reliev-
ed from the fear of an aggressive action, or an ac-
tion suggested far less by mature judgment than
by a hasty spirit of temper and declamation."

CoNsuL ARHIBA.LD.-The New York Times on
25th August says:-"We are informed that the
appointment of Mr. Pierrepont Edwards as Consul
at this pott is simply a recognition on the part of
the Foreign Oilice of his claims to that rank. liThe
ordinary course is to promote a Vice-Consnil to a
full Consulship elsewhere, with in.?eaned emolu-
ments, but Mr. Edwards wis in a position to ren-
der these of little moment while at the same time he
naturally desired the official step waich had become
his due. Mr. Archibald, of course, continues Con-
sul-General, and it would be hard to find two ofli-
cials more satisfactory to the people of this city."
Field MarshallCount von Moltke has been present-
ed with the freedom of the city of Cologne, and, in
addition to this honor, he has been informed by the
Town Council that his statue is to be erected in
the ancient town in the course of the next year, as
a pendant to the bronze memorial of Prince Bis-
marck. his rival in fame.

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within n lfew
years in manilacturingi fool prohilcts, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtaint.d. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been duo
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only uprRe and WHOLE-
SOME goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cau,- for diss.i-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
11. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in Food
Products.
NEW YORK.




PAINTER,
DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS,
PUTTY, BRUS1IES, &c., &c.
Every description of COLOR made ready for
use.
J. E. EVANS takes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
and will endeavour (as in the past so in the
future), to merit their coiiiiiined favours.
14 Queen Street, Hamiltoii,
February 3, 18S0.


AMERICAN WATCHES,


STIll E above WA T'I'C H ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen aire kept constantly
on hin d ly (lie Undersigned : Any grade Allove-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the!
lMunufictor's list price. AIso, mnakeu to order
an/ slyle of C.ise u ith restes, Alornogramn, &c., I
eng,'rave,. t
nemmiber the Anime i-i VnWtchli Cio. received
the (G i ld Mediil at tlIo lhite Paris lxhiilition. i
E. T. CHILL)D.
Front Street, I ll:nnillto i
Deer 16, 1871 L. 00 o


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
C'ommliission aMerchants
Jnd INSURANC, Il ROKERIS,
18 LIealenhall Street,
At) A.T l.LOr'DS,
LONIDON, 1E. C.
Persiunal a:iteltion pivon to Conui;inments of
l|relrnhda i'PRODL)UCIE and ti e fliliing of licr-
uiudi nil orderr.
April 1', ISO.

T'o Let.

THE METROPOLITAN
HOTEL
Queeni Stleet, Hamilton, with 'STA ILES ,
(UTBU'ILIJINGS, &c'.
Apply to
A M.S. HUN',
.Hn"niilton.
Aun i sr :3l: t, !Ut1 .

Received fro 1n ,oiidonii
Iy 'S. I I< SA.iAl.A \,,A. "
A t tl.c '" i o) l ; el i' fi or" ,
.A till her it. .1 y o'
1 NV i:LOPES, Fool.oc.tp, Letter n 1! Notei
E I'AP'E,,
Fool..cap I'Ut)KS Paiyor B11OK:.
Church s1-l (VICE.'S
l1uneiltcH, Sept. 7th, 1880.


DR. CLARK
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Tho Best MiDY KOWNtoXantlon.
It 000,000 hBottles
SOLD SINCE ISTO.
It usSyrun p olisesseI Voaried Properties.
It opeimuates the Pty o the In the Salivae
hIt nlcutrionve- the ditarchy tand Suat, o r of i the
f)d whInto gi.lt- oe. A defil, ieryitn Pty, allne
nunel. Wind t and itariI i* ile food In th
telyr aiter eating the r d in i ann fatur-.o d



it can l., tkon by the ot d1. li t, Iab, r by t
,It e.. ate. the .
ItPrifies t URALGIAood.
I Toet the NeAprvoils System20, 1880.




tDr. rlark Johnson:teigetion.
IDt SNo ,-he.n vi thd youren and ufat-oratest.
It celek 0 o1rtile Old Blood J mn41 ulaketA kkevv.
It openusyhI peiai4e or the slun and Intnces
au t neutral, was thee reditary taint, or praion in th e
bl.,nd. whioh gne-.rat te. Scrofula, Erysitela9, andi all
Tface and head-Athe p ici ans call it ncura-.-and
it canived uch ak beneby front iot dliat hab, sincr by re-
was,d and with febl, good result, ani i cannot let tr, .
NEURALGIA.
Toi~oNf o, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:con vi o this city go
Dby without --thann I verisied your manuactommnd last
autuni, I was suirering from a fearful pain in the
face and head-the physicians call it neuralvia-and

when ourcommendd n to try he D \ yourD SYRUP.INDIAN
received such benefit from it that I have since re-
commended it to several who were sultering as I
was, arid with a good result, and I cannot let this
opportunity of your soccnd visit to this city go
by without thanking you very much for recommeni-
ing me to try the INDI IN BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours very truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
'250 Simcoe Street.

PAIN IN THC BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD.
ERS.
ToRoNTo, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Juhnson :
Dear Sir,-I have hid a pain in the small of my
thck, also through my lungs and shlouilers for more
baan three years; I have also had liver complaint
and dyspepsia. I hive tried doctors' and other me-
dicine, but never received any relief until my atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN 1LOOD.
PURIFIER; ifter its use a short timp, I can say
that I have felt better and more able to do my wcrk
than I have for the last two years.
J. G. AMENY,
77 Richmond Street, West.

NERVOUS DIsE \SES.
I was trouble.' with dirangoient of the nervous
,-)stenm. I was attended with by one of the best
doctors in this part of t'h country, but olbtainr'd no
relief. Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP reli,.vel
ne at once. I really dIo not think anry one in ill-
healhh using it can fsil to receive great benefit.
MRS. JOHNSON,
Smithlield, Northumberland Co., Ont.
SLIVER COM\iI'IIN .
P'ort .follis, Q.t;en's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDIAN
BIOOD SYRUP for Liver Co;iiplaint, and have re-
ceivod great tieimett therelrolin. I ciii recommend it
to all sullfrers.
R. J. M. DON \LD.

DYSPEPSIA ANI) KIDNEY COMPL\INI.
S\VErTPOI;T, ILeed.- Co., fany. '9, 1879.
Dear Sir,--i have becn sulf erin. for years with
Dy iwl)sia and In'ige,-'ati,'-m and Ki'lncy Co'npl.,inl.
an. have tried a g,,.,t many remedies, but without
effect. I became very bad ani could not leave my
bed. I sent to your a uert, Villiam Dier, for a hot.
tlieof your INIIAN iLOOD Sv YRUP anid I do ot
hesitate to say that it saved my life. I am coin-


pletely cured, and fi'el like a new man. Last week
iny son was taken taick with severe he'adiche, amid a
few doses of your valuable medicine cured him.
DAVID BLACK.

DYS.PEPSI-A AND INDIGESTION.
BD:rom:i>, !lront Co., Ontario.


Dear Sir,--This is to certify that after using your
INDIA.\N BILOUD SYRUP for a short timn it has
entirely cured me of Dyspepsia. It is all you ra-
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JAMES GLENNIE.

Bi:mmi.Ut, June 28th, 188I).
DAR) R \In,-This is io certify that I have found
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than,
any Medicine that I hive ever taken for Dyspepsia
and Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
it to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN.
BLOOD SYRUP.
S..ML. G. ADAMS.
A BREM\ lK-\BLE CURE.
K.Ivin, Br.Ant County, Ontario.
DJar Sir, -In iScptember. 1865, mny wife hid been
under doctor's Ireatim nt two yea:s, and they said
she had hia rl liease. She was at Ihlat limne ,
wek l t!o cI-1l0 d no t I 'n anld I hid! to c.irrvy lier
daily Ir>i liher L, d :o ihe .l tov,, aed back a ,,i, n s,1
soon ai the b.)L, v w ie,,- l'. She hid used.. v..ur
she b' gn to w .k ,..i., a. ha not kept hir ibd a
d.1y since'. It al.io cu 'J 1 n dy -i t, ol' chills arind
icver. J
LUi'US Mc'OMB9:, Ja.


Sole Agent for Biermunla,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, 1 t. Georgcs.


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LEAVE NEW YORK
+ ,T--.U "FA V
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday October 5, at 6
a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Oct. 12, at[noon.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Oct. 19, at 6 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Oct. 26, at II a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Nov. 9, at 11 a.nm.
A It ZONA sai's Tuesday Nov. 16, at 4 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesdav Nov. 2:3, at 10 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Nov. 30, at2 p.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
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Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
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The IU. S. Mail Steamer Berinuda' from Ber-
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on Mliondays, and Passengers' bagga- e can Ihe
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
i ig next day.
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May 27, 1879.

PI,'olecuiO agaiisti FI117 l
-\T T'Ill- MOST MODE'RAT I' IA'I ES
Can be obtained from the
P'HIdNIX INSUR.A NCE C O. P.A 0V N
of London,
One of the lor.gest Established and WVcalthies'
Oflices in Groat Britain.
Through the IlIRANCII OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on IHEAL and PERSONAL
I'iROI'[I'TY for 3, 6 or 12 mon lls.
No FiES and no CilARCGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTE FIELD,
Agent.
Sila.nilton, Septembor 9th, 1-i




Horse, Carriagoe Cart
LO11 iTA .I


' 'HE U..d-rsaigriod having' resumed Busi-iess
at tis ,vil ...t:i!d, 4Ct,i.er of Clhur'ch and
JLtnetioln trvels, near llaui; ou lo .l '.,iLkes
thi.-. m eth o I ft t!,a king his ft'iends a nd the purb-
lie gi.uialiy foi past Iavours, and humbly soli-
cits a ccunttuniance of same.
THOMJI1S H. HJ11R VET .
January) 6, 187).


& E.,ATKINSON'
PERFUMERY,
c, ebraled for nearly a century past, is of the
v,'.y" b.- t Euglish manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the following
rEv1rTioN PRIZE MEDALS.
Loandon, W16. Paris, 1,67. Cordova, 1872.
Lima,187.3. Vienna,1678. Philadelphia,1876.
GOLD MEDAL PARIS, 1878.
ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
( THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSE, FRANGIPANNE, VLANOYLANO,
STEPHtNOTIS, OPOPANAK, JOCKEY CLUB, ESS
BDu'JtET, TRLVOL, MAGNOLIA, JASMINE, WOOD
VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
and all oth rodours, of the finest quality only.
ATKINSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
a most fragraut Prfume distilled from the
choicest Exotica.
\ ATKiHSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION,
Sa ary refr.:ishing Wash which stimulates the
skia to a healthy action and promote@ the
yrov thl of the hair.
ATKIN SON' S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a pov.-ifui Pirfume distilled from the finest
flowers.
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
a nvew anid indispensable Toilet accompani-
Smecnat, Iand ost refreshing Perfume for the
Handkerchief.
ATKINS':'S WHIfE ROSE TOOTH PAST[,
n ani 'he-r Spciailities and general articles
of- Prumni-iy may be obtained of all dealers
S thivtighout the World, and of the
manufacturers
J. & E. ,-.TKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List free ot application. -
FIT, 3TICE -Pur.uiibers ar,' cautioned to avoid
i Lou ,Ite-rrit 3, y a-r '. ll:l a, r;>.h artlele ul
ls-b,. !kdiLJ itl, tih e nui'a l'radl.- MX i'k, a, '* Wbite
10e vuu-" G.-STAd-Si E L)'I
ESTABLISHED 179',


Theodore Outerbridge,



HAMILTON,
R.:id Street, VWest of Royal Gazette" Olliec.
OfHice Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
\\ ill Vis't St. G, orges, Tuesdays and Fri -
days.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, Octoter26tih. 1676.


Charles Anderson & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
11 Cullum Street, E. C., London.
Consignments of Island Produce and Indents
for Goods, promptly and carefully attended to,
June 1, 1880.-Gmi


W. 0, F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F..A. D.S.,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
EAST END.


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