Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
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
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00042
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THE


BERMIUDA COMMElAL AND GENERAL A YDVERRTISER. AND IIECORDER.


- -- - --- ____________ ~ flktnj~r@iWa~: .fl~'$rgMn~ ~EMafl~ -


No. 42-Vol.L III.


ST ATE SUEIA VIAB ANTIQUAS


2.s, per Ani


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fltm illoon, Bernetdea,


Tueesday,


octlobeer 19,


SW -in'ainvina-srvns ~rrUs4ra-craJ&.~v0wiE


- _______________________~~ThaWpbpW ~-~4'UIa a~r r.r ~awE~


Theatre Royalo,
PI PROSPECT. C ,

The following DRAMATIC PER-
FORMANCES
Will be Giv.:n
BY LADIES ANO OFFICERS OF
THE GA.RISi'ON,
TU N DE R T T E \ T 1 A 0 E OF
His Excellency the Gvernaor,

ON TUESDAY;
AND THURSDAY.
The 19th and 21st O.',tober, 1s;.
DELICATE GROUND,
A COMEDY,
Characters bay Mrs.. Holt, Messrs. O'Sullivan,
RA., and Wood, R.e,
To be followed by
$TWO HEADS ARE BETTER
;', THAN ONE. a Farce,
Characters by ,rits. Kcrnnedy, Capt. I-Tolt, P.
M.L.T., Messrs. Bee. ford, T.E., Moore, Con-
missariat Stal. anid Amb'ro-se.- Gosling.
To conclude with the Oriental E.xtravaganza.
entitled

THE HAPPY Y AN
O3R,
Ram Rusti th. RaIlh.
Characters by Mrs. Randall, Mrs. MacDon-
nell, Captain Holt, Met'srs. Wood, O'Sullivan,
Randolph and Fischer, 99th Regt., Mooreand
Randall, Commissariat Staff.
Tickets to be obtained at, the Stationery
$tore adjoining the Royal Gazette." Office,
*here Plans of the TLchtre Mnay be (een.
PRICES 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


Notice to Farmers
and Others.

Th e Un der si gned,
Expects to Receive in the Month of November.
ONION Box MATERIAL
Tomato Box M MATERIAL
Long LATHS NAILS
LUMBER OAT'' IAY
Sets Bed Room FUItNITURF E
Garnet Seed POTATOES, of Choice Selec-
tion
&C,, &,-
All of which wil' be Sold Cheap.
JOHN H. T. JACKSON,
Opposite Post Office.
Hamilton, Octr. 12th, 1880.-2

BERMUDA, Alias (
SOMERS' ISLANDS
By His Excellency Major-General SIR
ROBERT .11. LAFFV.N, R.E.,
K.C.M.G., Commander-in-ChieJ,
Virc. l:iral and Ordinary, in
and over lth:s Islands, &c., tyc,
SCc.
W IIElR EAS FREDERICK AUGUSTUS
HINSON has prayed for Administrati-
on on the Estate of MARGAR ET' JANE
SIOWE HINSON, late of Penmbroke ParidI
in these Islands. deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if allny
a"erson 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 writing, in the Secretary's Office
of these Islands within Fifteen days from the
publication hereof, othet wise the said Adminis-
tration will be granted accordingl;.
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colwial Secretary.
Dated at ihe Secretary's tOrice,
this4th day of Oct., 1860.

Bermu'da HToIt e1,


A U 8 U U: 5'X1 P1 ASC ,L

Weat \Va!r St., t. ,--.oe's, !ruda.
Every acco oi nmod: i, -:1ieno1101n o iven to
the Co t itl of lioarde .i :.n ;t C, .:. .
1 ,aacl:,u n pa o e id<(i ., ;:.e .. .., lte.-. ..L i
September 29t!, I-',,..- ru

A SK your Grocer for A. F V WHYLANIWS


For B tnefit ofi O I(i Underwri-
ters- rnfo d ,-. C',",nc.:',r f.L.

Under ITn ;tru.tin. I Wi Scl,
BY PUBL AUCTI O"T,


2ist. Irnstll t, ltt no :m .



J,4 -
MASTS. SPAs, P.,ALLS. AIGGiNG. -BOAT,
"il.d all the? :t.--ri,.! .'u L-, tI vitLb ti.- A -
ricn iE.irk Danie Draip'er,' 3eLtgi"ity, 'I "T-
ter. put into tbhi: Port in oi:rt ;.a,,on .t vlaiI. V' ar'
from New O hrln: 1n.bc-un,. t. Gir,:)t..-, n. i,
ab..ri:on,,,:1 ,:," ,-'v.rve 't ii. E,.tiu, at .T,.
T C. C. M'CALLANr.
A tdio.i -ef.
St. G(--o '-s. 12t h "O t,-<:.t Q, -,ill


Ju s t R e c e i e d,
p RANG'S Celebrated! Chri-smrs and BiihJ day
CARDS
oress. GOODS F,*c G.O.DS
Pietmic FRAMES '.%\sEL, 4,&c.
llfiii,];> ..,.- r n" '-"
hi : I.- F VU F' T
ALSO,
Another Lot ofJ Sperior
0IL Il, lV 9 S ,
Durable, Economicl i and No -explosive.
All Clmep, for Cash. Cali nii Eammie.
F. BELL,
No i 'en,,t Front Str-eet.
Hamilton, Octr. 11, 1s6G.-,.

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

Fine DIAGONALS and OVER-'
Co- ,T.,i N.
COATING.
In. pcti,,.n Solicited.,
OP.-MOND L. DICKINSON,
ltoerchiant T ailor.
f'iront 1.re-f??i, i iaiiltica.
Oetcr. ii 1S80.--3*


Pianos and Organs.
a
T'l!E .(Idersigned having made .urangements
P with some first class aIanufactors for lthe
supply of PI \NOS AND ORGANS, is prepared
to sell a thorough good lstruminent at a mode-
rate price.
These Ii[.trumenns are bou4lt for I.ash diieet
frofi'o Manufactureats thereby .-jinlig u ,, oI .r h,'co
profits.
To desirable persons wiil sell cn the iiistal-
ment plan.
Please cali and see thomI and e t Prices.
E. T. CHILD.
Hlamilton, Ocir. 4th, i 15;*.-4

0"- "


'[p11% Undersi!gnd begs to inform his Friends
and thi: Pu- lio c-. ci-ali3y ,hat he Iha open-
ed at the Storu lately occupied by Henry liamr-
roll, Esqr., a, choice assorftment of

FamilyGroceries
Suitable fur tl is Miarket, which lie oil r, ci+,ap
ftor ,-ash, and aetpect f-.iv v, ..its a sare of the-ir
pat ion:rge.
1111 S T. CON Y RS.
SWVest Ft. ', ., HIa.imirn, t .
Octr. I, 1880,

T7e Giapest Sf0? eo
You Know.

IF YOU WANP
G OOD GM2OCECilESI
Call ai tithe
NO. 1 FAMILY GR.)OE1., North Slime.
T -? C : '-igil.
iFESii and C-anned F RUIiT per every
Stcaemer AlC'./, i I CON
- IHIOU.LDISO Corre1 m c:IF E ';- i,
S SAUSAGE, k.,
And whatever else miay r !,e renured imn the
Grocery Lint.
-11 Chejp f.r 0. 0f. o

MALT and WINE on Retail.
C. P. S. JE'1.)1ET2'.
North R.oad, I .vors ire, ?
O ct oi.,--r i 18-' ""
Cook ut '--W OU: 'h

,- *. .-. -

also aI good .'u.,s : :, a il .
Apply at tihe Royal Gazette" O tico.


NOTICE THIS! iNotice !


w 5 .2 1. 1acflinsl
ik -1i e,.ilutim idis '-itr Sale by thue o n-
.


-THE PES C TED T P R -o> r..i M
Ba I gs e ( 1.ll1N, 0' .!"t .B tN
*.rosei -SOAP, T t R('",EI ant : I!AN tf
Messt. C. Rei!,fron &. ,,;s. Manufnetlurers. Eo1e. SOAP, .'i \R I ;i, .ANI N .'-
Two or t lirec tii.e.- thIl speed of writing and thle P2 aUd 3 Lb. ti I1 --I II S, P 'ARS anadl
Iclzibilii uof print. Any child that ea.ispell, can PiNE AeL
l:c'ri to 'un ll t '. i;idly in a short time, acid the 2 ad 3 Lb. tins \Pi '' ., C N, '1,
v'r,,i:.g look: b titer aui is Ie:li easier than thatl I m id 2 Lb. ti.s S ;N, OYSI.S ':-1 !LO '-
ofn nl iG t. t eX u)'t pe'iii n T'
'-, .1, i ''ild y ai nd e' ..e f workiiff w..nill 2 and ,3 Lh,- s !',., i .' Cornimcd .L E FP
- *'.' : .... ," -",",' i" i -a::h wriin, g done.. l.b. Ti'as m o., t C l l N
F:I--:p P O'"1"1EC
.LSO,, ACKIEREI, W'0 INY
A Fp'r..n u.'ppy of itho '.apest na I,, st Bags 1 NS, PE.S and rt G3
Ss 12eminor ss t ANS, PE. n.a- i, 1(3 T;
Ai 11(0 M a. ,. C. I..i I I I S eSIN.'
9,V iig i"'lachidnes fl) I,-- II(25 P.
r r i1 ahlMOND)S andi NUTS
iich are rn'A11I1 to iv sat-isf'action4. J SI UI'I'STS ol ail kinds
H., 1'. JACKSON, Taubs eUTTEIand LARD
A ,t t.Boxes CHEESE TIEAS a A ll,] CO F 0 IFEE:
October i, !O. I iHAl 3 ACON S1HOUL;DEIIS
j Simeked BEEFP &c.., &c.
S" CALL AND) SE,.
LOok This! i CHAS. 'T, CONYERS.
F9 :;- -. Ft.. F iFt i.attiltrit b D
F .c i pa a-:,d in :,r.r. 'ee O october ', -". O. .. "


Notice!!


NO TrIC;1!!!


CHOICE


I, a'hhw)TY
LIiurazzds.


GROCER-


.' !, ","-: ip,:' a ,.d ?.'.---i,1 v H r,-,
f! ill "he 'op ,. .. '1N .ie,
They would br, .*' a.k i stead of \Vine.
SP. JIJIM.lETT,
No. I Family Grocery.
* t't II iio d I.. 'k .mi'.


Nintl tO ). ,l...., Ro .
Oclober 12, 2 0.

Sewingv i, iachinies, &c.,


I1 PJnders;ir, u. i ia.'inu t returned fiom New
York and resumed hnoineis at his Old
'taind on Queenr. sirc-t, t.kes thi.s oppirnlltUity
of thaani; r-.. hi? P.i ,-,;, i ar,'l the i'ul.lic ,-f-ra ll!v
l! pi, fa' .n, r-.p..L'Srllz solails a *.a'I.
linidnc, of o ift,..
Svivng i. \CINE..1, U.IBRI.ELLAS,
PARA SOLt, Se., repairedd at shortest notice
ar.i rea, i;,abli'. 'ric. ,
E.E. C REIY.
llariliBcn. Oct.. i. B, iS3.0.-3



By the Barrel,


At lowest Prices for
Apply to
Ilamilt ,, 5th Oc'r,r. 1 I9 .,

A ( IAp
J.^.L -_[...-.'


rI E Undersigrted vespe'etftflly diiecIt the at-
Ster0ntion of the !MERCHANTS OF IER-
i )'MDA to the f.'c that :;". sUi01e y'ars past heo
has beemn co'rnecie,! it' I it e -lloute of"
UI. K. RF. B. THI URBEI*h CO.,


Exporters, nimporter-s and ainur.tfaeture-r
of Food P:odticts,
West Broadway, ndual and iHudson Streete,
New York City,
And during 'hat tine has attended person-illy to
the execution of Bernouda Orders, so that he i-s
Practically familiar with the wants of that IslatJd
in :ll tat relat(e- t 'oc. PrIoducts and Giocerr-
its gerL'l 3: .
Any O.rders tli:t! may bc iimtrnsted nt him wvill
t, ailt''il .a fnJd r '...i, 1 il!.-d w:th .lis ajssi.r-
a.n'e that. they 'ill rec-iv'e ;:!l tht, idv i, rages.
whvh;c the .'-ca! -.:..i!itK.Ia o.t" the Mt-aMsrs. Ti1ur-
L.r r::i tehew to ", .'t Lti:i! order, c!. mat-
tr how sin.i; l. a s'-,- ';li i'. :ut al b-'i'," t amld
v. ill be l tpprevi td! b hy
ALBTERT W. MAINICK,
With U. K. & F ". 'TlURiEl S- CO).,
New York Citv,
A ugust. 3, i88(1.-3m
------ --- .-- ------.


"LON DO N"


Ftq



Bermuda an" IlJai.sau, N.,P,
I miE IP R3-S iiie a icuiL'trd that it i. iutetmd-d
- to de>-5p:latclh St,, a'liips tromu lt- ( .Iurs n)
lo.irdcn a[ ocks ior the aib. ports as u'.'er :
o lv, ;9 i;: O.t-. 7th Oucr.
' -ialaaia" "0, -7J. i Nov,-. '-,1th Novr.
S o '" '. :, ; c. .3rd Deer.
S .:y,' y u. ,


' .- .. t'riti. '-I ,.,, -. .: -.- .
<:; r : I, .* -" ; I
E--. ,. I ; ,. ..
For ;'talei .i t.;' ".: i Oyi GaLz! t.o" ?i.u.iouety
I ta10 .


For Rent,
Part of the !ichmond Proper
coni-stiUig of
A ll- .. .. , A .... E


i, DOUt


ty
_!


5t Aces oi Liawt


Just %Vest of the Tov.n of lIaminiton.
mrnoediate P'ossession Given.


Apply to
WM S.
Long flouse, 16th Septemiber, !830,

Just e00ei"ved,
Per 2E ~fljrom Hlal'i
3 Superior 1iOi.I


OUTEREDIDGE I
Hi


October 4th, 18'80.


B A R.







BROS.,
eiJ sn'er.


Notice.
'I? he Und rsi -----------..

The Und.tersignd offers For Sale,
at low prices,
i c'.- ri? '- a.'..

Of Brit. "T. i. A, PITT," viz
10N ION E- )X 1AT1ERI A TL
II(,I; ATO B OX M\ AT E R I A L
Promns CO!PISFII W. P. LUMBER
W, P. MOULDINGS Spruce SPARKS
ALSO O hAND,
Barrels Choice Museovado SUG %IR
l;a'rels Choice \V. V. P. SUGAR
Do. I)o. V. V. I'. DO.
Large assortment iW, P. LumniFR
Kegs .NAILS
THOSE. 1. PITT.
I trai.ilton, 27th Sc, p., I U80.

Removal.

Fj111' L/Undersind informs the l It aiants of
Somerset Parish al'il tmhe Public g.eneueally
thi, t h 1s

frn} 'r. .Ric.-i| ii'd IAC ,.'s re'i eieCi? h;'ta; nlr-Wv
iuiluiuafing M(OT C'EiLLS''\'," near tjrisoniic:
Lodge, Manogove tavty. whlee hie visits Prot'es-
sita;Jll y ievry Fruidy.
A.\1.o, akcs this upportnity of returning his
grateful tlihanks to tho.- ; j hi::> have so kindly p.t-
'61:A md hin, anil trusts thliat they will give himt
a L1il at his nev., O ilcce, where t. I-y will see that
hie ha,: tunrr d to to ccuin .a lmui-' liberal supprI't.
W. 0. F. BASCOMEQ M.D.,
F. A. A., P. S.
Aloia-e C isty, Som,.rset..
Sept. 26, 1880.
AlmanrtF, wa, -4%. # '

A.!aanacks, tGuide & Directory,
1881,
S now in lco;ise? ol revision and preparation.
Parties who have chtlifedi their- places o f
business 3 or who-%e nai:ies aid occup'ilions man
have been inacrectly stante-, or whoso nnrmes do
not appear in ithe D!tcEC l..,- wiY l biiLc by
adutl s..i :hlie I oyn! (~J:'e io" 'tlie.
This i',ablicatlionm having is ide circulation iu
Ber',ulda anrd ib'roa:tJd n p.ria.eJ b ail T.ar-
ist. allord.s A Cver.' i- .. ..:...; A ', :. e.' i

* ". .. .L '..... .."? E '
,',, I ;. n f ,.'ld ,, 21p
E.iW H TT p '' ,-
-i-'ii[ only ri>l>!e. A. --- INI--
I li.0111) fly i rc14C1. A. F. WH11XI4NIj'


(..D ,:,, S,/,f,:'L;/. a' O..ji0 i'.,
9"TT[ Oi'TOP, E}: 1St.^


T"HE iello, mvin A',i- havr 1. !-l -n ,- by the
:,,nt i "
I:;.). L .' '.".S l,, It,
No. 15-An Aet- tf r'." .t' ._ lD.;:. u ,f Pub-
lc Wr,:,vk.
(Ii (',ier f... ii ':, D, :,ao t ,.r, I .'>3.)
lC,-An Act tb gnnt aLan .i c to Charles
:'t Buth: eld Foz:v.r,,
17,--A.i A t: to.'' a hori.,: .-.: proved. fot'r the
1,ivcr si,,'> ..of a Pauti r '..a. oveir Pro.p-ect
iill. jOp-'ratij.,n Psv', nd,., until HTer
M i,.ty '" all.)v.;'. ,,. ha];.:; h be:n ,:,t,"a'-i.in..:.
S --' t A.t4 t, ..i... t rs E ourt
'A..t : +,.;' I; :- .>,w ,-,r: ,.i'flte C ourt.
Otf CIi%.ina.ry with r".-'.- t. o th.: th 1-real pro-
l.v."iy of Lunmti,.s.
10.9-An Act to amern;n! the P.ol;, E.-.tablish-
.i-. iit k .'t A ,No. T 1 -;7:7 ,
1 ET' WEB.STER,
UCnr sa Se-rta.rI.Y
Estate of Walter ,v. I.arrelt, Eq ,


Deceased.

Notice,
A L C L \ MS against the above
A-.i E n .uAt l .; t it !"y QOih Novoei-
L r ne iex I settl!e :;.: r, a'nd all persons IN-
D. TEP io tll sid L:,tato :ire retiredd! to
!nak.e stis'acttrv i ar-'" e 'me?. of their respect-
i v', amii ovP-- t.y the above date.
ANNA A. F A RRELL,
Executris.
SSauianptn cr.. :", '


L f.! ct ..' ?3 .3


A ''' '!a"t. O nions and aI',t a oo,.
i ( l ,i ii <.i t.. :i: tu 'C-L the ,' ED [rom
N. A. ''. ,:S -. it I ar jiuast, ai;ri'ed from
'eneriile;, via New or! 'i, by the 4'Bermn nuI,"
nrd is now ready f.r elvery. Persons ho
have E u,-c a, i in will pi.as,'- call fr iheir
re.-pe,:!i !.'I. T 'r,:ta? 10o have ,i e ,.-.,,,e j!
re z 1), .
from hi Iiiv;,. .. 1 i i;'ic;,. p i) t-3's i. W Ctih r-
t yI, t :, i d tO i (;oi :.';,n ..t 'cai ^ iat h -,io'ro
ot \Vr, it'i-[i ', EI.UG.. ;u ilaii!Lo l,, who hl;s
kliitiiy c .t ,i i t. t ..o i.. A: -:,t t-her -e,


St r receive ,
Pe, S. S. BE'R.IUD.I,
A Choice Selection of Fresh

E::pecia.,iy ScelecteJ 'CoansisLin'- of:-
rFO I0,ATU, HEEl.T TURNIP
.1 k.OnTT CAh.?;A At;E
CA IL, FILOWE it

OUTE.RB2RIDE BROS.
cept. t20rh, 1 am.it0.t


LALL who wish to have, their
i- '.C-, Uten :es.., ,iiah Th u-s, \Vindowvs,
Lbi. 'Vor k ai WVocl Work Clean and
Bright


Should use the.
ifg and


Scouring,
Polishing


Clean-


"' PF ii OF T"PlE ITE l i -Er.L
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
S it, K. : F. l. THUiERf &. CO.,
Proprieturs.

.. ..




Direct Ahmihly Steam Commnnuni-
ca-ion between

Bern..u, &ondon

.' '- I i '
S. E. r C. a.m..,-'-.'n -


Ii hc- [rai~mrkn- n.iRt.'- s-: i or consign-
n tri- o1 t-rr;t'i L P rodice,
F or Lcat, [''-iagc-, 'a 'me : nefrmnaioi,

p to : )
Sx I .

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Ot m1'. .1 1 !).,. h-I eail i 1 .;l j. L i,
J~~t..,. 5 j, p.'- .,,


( 1RT PnTTOT-TrP


the Caslh,

S. S. INGHAM.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


WEEKLY ]REPORT OF THE WEATHER at'
Gihbbh Hill Light. Station at Bermuda, between the
IWtCh and 17th October, 1880: height above the sea,
where the Register is kept, being 2.16 feet,


Date.
1880.
Octr.
Noon
"--5;
11
12
33


'S -




- 1

NE O '
ENE 7

N S
N 5
N 2
/ W 1qt"


7r.
ISz


69
7,
73
I6 R


'I
I-
n.e
-~ -1~
Ca
ii


-5


General


Remarks. I


- I
71 29-510 3-48 Fresh gales, thick,
[rainy
70 29 514 0-65 Do. Do.
74 *29'-6000-57 Cloudy, hazy, gen-
[tie breezes
68 2954-100-84 Strong gales, sqly.
67 29-sz 00.00 Cluinly, hazy, mno-
[derating
69 29-96l0-0(:) Fine, clear
67 130-05,0'-00 Fine
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF.


t h i il I II .


Hamilton, October 19, 1S80.

THE BERMUDA ALMANACK, 1SS1.
The Publisher would feel obliged to the several
Societies throughout these Islands for correct lists
of their Officers, &e., to be sent to the Royal Ga.
zette Office during the present week.
Advertisers would do well to send in their ad-
vertisements at an early day, in order to facilitate
the prompt issuing of this highly useful local pub-
lication.

Court or General Assize.
idICHAELMAS TERM.
CIVIL SESSION.

His Honor JosIAn REES, Chief Justice, and the
Honorables EuGxomus HARVEY and JAMES H,
Taixxm onAM, Assistant Justices, presiding.
MONDAY, 18th October.
Willis Ambrose Swan, Plaintiff, v. Peter Chiappa
Defendant.
Adjourned to 10-30 this Tuesday morning.

CUSTOM HJOUSE-HAMILTON,
ENTERED.
October 13-Schr. Caleb Eaton, Hyatt, returned to
port from Murray's Anchorage in distress.-Agent.,
Thomas J. Wadson.
Mail Steamer Bermuda. Faircloth, New York; as-
sorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
October 13-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Martinique;
191 porter casks, 21 rum puncheons.
14-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Fairoloth, New York ; 35
eases liquorice, 43 packages liquors, 2 lots old junk,
2 parcels merchandise.
15-Norwegian Barque Nordenskjold, Petersey, Wil-
mington.
16-Barkentine Bessie, Date, Martinique.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
Octr. 15 -R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Jamaica;
mails, &o.-Agent, J. M. tHayward.
CLEARED.
Octr. 15-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax;
mails, &c.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda, on Wednesday last,
from New York-Hon. Joseph ff. Harvey, Worship-
ful N. A. Butterfield, Wm. J. Frith, Esqr.. M.C.P.,
and Mrs. Frith, C. M. Allen. Esqr., U. S. Consul,
Lieuts. Elrington and Cleeve. R.E., Rev. J. H. Buck-
ner, B. M. E.. and Mrs. Buckner, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Kempe, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Barnes, Mrs. Par-
ker, Mrs. Armstronx*, Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. J. P.
Thompson, Thos. J. Pearnian, Esqr., M.C.P., Messrs.
Henry Lockward, W. P. Nlnips, J. H. Trimingham,
Jr., T. W. Kelly. G. 0. % hitney, J. MeKenty. R.
Lightbourn, D.-Dickinson. George Inglis, and Wm.
Crawford. Six in steerage.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda, on Friday last, for
New York-Miss L. Swainson, Laurie M. Smith. Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Barnes, Miss Ann Butterfield, Capt.
G. W. Pearce, Capt. J. N. Hyatt. Lieut. Davenport,
R.A., J. M. Ferhune. Steerage, Daai. Davis. Deck,
Samuel Rhodes, and 10 Consul's men ex Bark Daniel
Draper.
In the R. M. Steamer Beta on Friday last for Hali-
fax, Joseph M. Hayward, Esqr., M.C.P., Mr. Hughes
and Captain Cooke.
S. S. South Tyne." an iron ship of Now Castle.
from Liverpool, G.B., bound to Charleston, S.C., with
coal ballast, experienced on Friday last. a heavy gale,
sea boarding ihe ship; smashed in part of decks,
cabin and bullwarks. and sustained other damage.
Anchored at Grassy Bay yesterday.-Agent, John S.
Darrell.

EXTRACT FROM LOG OF S. S. "BERMUDA."
Thursday, Octr. 7, sailed from New York at 4 p.m., '
with fine and pleasant weather. Friday commences
with light baffling winds, and later with strong breeze
and squalls from E.N.E. Saturday commences squal-
ly and will heavy and increasinz'sea; 4 p.m. wind
hauled to S.E. Day ends with heavy squalls, wind
backing and hauling, sea heavy. Sunday begins with
heavy sea and gale; S a.m. wind hauling to North and
Eastward, and blowing a hurricane; at 10 a.m. kept
ship otf to South and Westward; at noon wind East;
at 3 p.m. N.E. ; at 6 p.m. hove ship to. Monday com-
mnences with Jurious gale from N.E. Middle part, tre-
mendous squalls and heavy rains. Evening, hard
strong gale and tremendous sea. Tuesday begins with
strong gale and high sea and heavy squalls of rain.
Latter part more moderate, sea gradually going down.
Wednesday coming in more moderate; by 6 a.m. quite
moderate; at 8"45 made St. David's Head, beariug
S.E. j S.


Lat.
Friday, October 8 ......... 38-22
Saturday 9......... 35-26 D.R.
Sunday 10....... 33-35 "
Monday 11......... 32-59 "
Tuesday 12......... 33"20


Long.
71-31
6S-31
66-39
63-5)
65'05


Bar.
30-20
D.R. 30-10
" 29-95
,6 29-70
30-03


The Drigt. Lil;an. which arrived at Demerara on the
20th Sept. from Baltinmore, brought the captain and
crow ot the Brigt. Anna, who were picked up at sea.
Captain Waibach of the Anna states that his vessel
loft Lunenberg, N.S., on the 23rd of August for Porto
Rico with a cargo of lumber and fish, and that lie ex -
perienced fine weather until the 29th, when, near Ber-
miuda, there occurred a hurricane, during which a sea
struck tha vessel and carried away the bowsprit, jib-
boom and foretopgallantmast, and washed overboard
the long-boat and one of the crew. The Anna was
also thrown on her beam ends. The captain and crew
remained on the wreck till the 1st of Sept., when the
Lilian, bound for Demerara, was sighted, and on com-
ing near. took them on board. The shipwrecked crew
managed to save some of their clothes, the chronometer
and compass. They are being boarded at present at
the Sailor's Home, and will be sent home at the first
opportunity.-Demarara Colonist, Sept. 24.
The Brigt. Potomac, 282 tons, Klages, at Demerara
September 23rd, in 24 days from New York. whence she
sailed ou the 28th August, experienced most tempestu-
ous weather on Thursday, September 2nd, Bermuda
bearing South by West 75 miles.

Lady M'Cliutock's At Homes" at Halifax were
sot down for the 4th and 18th inst., that of yestez-
day being probably the-last of the season.

In the Montreal Exhibition, just closed, $24,0(9
was received for entrance fees.


1


of grain were pumped out alongside, and the infer-
ence is drawn, as no injurious results have followed,
that the dispersion of the balance, in a speedy sum-
mary manner, will prove equally harmless, andf rid us
effectually of a public nuisance. Discretion" asserts
lis thorough disinterestedness, reviews in detail the
sanitary notions in the case, advocates thie carrying
out the suggestions of the Commission under the vole
of the Legislature. Remove the ship with the car-
go and then some eflectual good will have been ac.
complished."

SMITr's, Oct., ISth 1880.
DEAR SIR,-Yesterday a large buoy, truncated
cone shape, made its appearance on the South side
and was towed into Devonshire Bay. It has about
three fathoms inch galvanized chain attached to
it, a small piece of tin with the mark "F 4b,'
which, I think, means that it was moored in 4.8 feet
of water, and which must be one of the channel
buoys either from the North side or the East end.
The large end has been painted red, the lower or
small end a dirty white.
Yours respectfully,
B. A. WILLIAMS.

To the Editor of tlht 'oyal Gazette.
DEAR SIR,-Ireland is noted for wit as well as
humour(s), but the wag that wrote the sensational
account of the Black Bottle Burglary seems to have
done a doubly clever thing.
The:account was cleverly conceived, but in his
anxiety not to be detected it appears he fixe-d the
authorship on a simple kindrhearted fellow, who,
on being taxed with it, felt so delighted at the idea
of having it set down to Lim, that with silnt.
smiles, smirks, and a kind of feinued nmode.,t bash-
fulness, he tacitly implied that ht aclknowledged
the soft impeachment! Thi.: was jufiieint.; h1
now rejoices in the soubriquet of KEEN-BLADE" !
Yours truly, FOIL,
Hamilton, 15th Oct., 1880.


Sad Boa~t


il.fle.ka


We have been requested to say that by the kind per-
mission of Col. Ely and Officers of the 99th (Duke of
Edinburgh's) togt., the Band of that. Regiment. will
re-commence playing in Victoria Park to-day from 3 to
5 p. in.
PROGRAMME :
1.-Overture.........Porn ildah e Coastai:7... Meyerbeor.
2.-Polka............Tout a la Joie............ Fahrbach.
3.--Fantasia.........Zannttti ...................Auber.
4.- Overture.........Idome ...c. ................. Mozart.
5.-Valse...........L.. Sirenes ...............W.. aldteufel.
6.-Selection ....... G ,'usalenm e ..............Verdi.
7.- Galop (Vocal)..Polo ........................Martin.
GOD SATE THE QUrEEN.

The Amateur Dramatic Performances at Pros-
pect Theatre, it will be observed by advertisement,
take place this (Tuesday) evening and Thursday
evening. The ladies and gentlemen associated with
Mr. Randall have always given satisfaction to their
patrons, and deserve every encouragement.

Dr. Bechtingcr's Farewell Lecture on his tra-
vels (postponed from last week on account of the
weather), will be delivered on Thursday evening
next, in the Mechanics' Hall, Hamilton, at 8 p.m.
Mr. J. F. Darrell will exhibit a number of illus-
trative views.

THE WEATHpER-AS anticipated in our last the Ber-
amuda was unable to secure a series of observations
and encountered the storm, as will be observed on
reference to the Log summary, which has been
kindly handed us. The rainfall varied materially
in various parts of the island, owing to the confor.
nation of the land and the force and direction of
the wind. At the Lighthouse on Monday, 3--1S ins.
reported, while at Harrington Sound it was 1-'80.
On the South Shore the sea exhibited a very ruffled
edge before the storm set in, indicative of its ap-
proach. The steady Barometer and lull on Wed.
nesday during which the Bermuda made the land,
was but the precursor of another storm, for on that
night the wind increased and the Barometer reced-
ed to a medium between Tuesday and Wednesday's
readings. On Friday the weather moderated,
though stiU cloudy and by Saturday and Sunday
settled down to fine and clear.

We have much pleasure in inserting the follow.
ing, which speaks for itself.
QUEBEO STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Quebec, 29th Sept., 1S 0.
CAPTAIN MORESBY, R. N.,
Naval Superintendent,
Her Majesty's Dockyard,
Bermuda.
SIn,-At a meeting of the Directors of this Com-
pany held on 24th inst., it was unanimously resolv-
ed :
That the thanks of the Company are due and
hereby tendered to Capt. Moresby, R. N., Naval
Superintendent H. ]M. Dockyard, Bermuda, for the
prompt and valuable assistance offered by him in
sending H. M. S. IfWye out from Bermuda on the
first inst., in search of the Mail Steamer Bermuda
that was overdue owing to the violent hurricane
she encountered on 29th, 30th and 31st Aug. last."
I have the honor to be
Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
(Sd.) A. AIIERN,
Secretary.
We extract the following from Mr. Samuel
Chapman's letter to the Editor of the Bermuda
Colonist" respecting the vote of thanks tendered
him by the Freeholders of St. Georges:-
"1 now beg to offer to the Corporation and Elec-
tors my most sincere thanks for their sentiments so
expressed! Could I have induced an acceptation
of my thought expressed for the removal of the
"Carolina Z," I should have gloried in overcoming
the Nemesis of the town and harbour of St. Geor-
ges, and have held my hand up for another term.
All other Acts I think will be considered privately
offenceless ;-to my mind they are Nil.
I should be much gratified if some of your
friends could and would demonstrate mathemati-
cally the power necessary to overcome the passive
resistance of all bodies to movement, especially in
the case of the Carolina Z."

BATiERS BEWARE !-On Thursday morning last
whilst Henry Thomas Ball was fishing for amber
fish in the harbour of Hamilton, nearly opposite the
Yacht Club, he caught a large Saud or Cub Shark,
8 feet in length and 3 feet girth. It is of the
white species and had evidently suffered much for
want of food. We learn that, although the fish
was on terra firm for half an hour, it was kept
alive np to Saturday. A AMr. Campbell, seeing it on
the dock, suggested its being kept alive in salt
water for exhibition.

YACHT RAeIso.---The Race that was to have
taken place in the Great Sound yesterday, between
the Nancy Lee and Jennie, was, on account of light
winds postponed until to-day.

"CAnoLIN& Z "-We have received two long com-
munications on this subject, which have been crowded
out-one from Taxpayer," objecting to Ihe incur-
ring ot unnecessary expense and in favour of blowing
her up, which would be a speedy and harmless pro-
cess. Discretion" rather favours the owner, who
purchased the hulk for a small sum and has expended
some money in trying to float the vessel, which must
now from submergence have considerably deteriorat-
ed. In the attempt to raise her several hundred tons


begin next year running a new line of tenamers
between that port and Quebec. He believes it can
be supported by the subsidies of $50,000 promisedI
by the Canadian Government and of $100,000
promised by ihe Government of France and by the
trade in exporting Canadian live stock and pho,-
phates to France.
The Frenct, Government has given instructions
to the Governor of St. Pierre, Miqiuelon, 1t khnml
all assistance iu his power in furtherance o( Dr.
Fort.i's scene of Lelelri'phhy in 1.he Gulf of St.
Lawrence.
The Dominion Govr-vrrn.ent steamer Newfild is
at, present on a voyage from Eunlaild v.'it.h ubmhn-
line caa.les for connection with theo islands in the
Gulf and on tae mainland.

NOVA SCOTIA.
The Provincia! Ex],ibitioni wvas .p)en.el at Kntvill.:
on thie 2'lith 1 -pteprmber, andii up to 5) p.,i) ., 'Ir .iuIli)
single tickets had been taken at thIe racs, be.5sidi
some I,.5700 ad.niis-ions by season, complimentary andl
attendance tick:etr. c.t'l. J.. W. Laurie, r.o his ti ?
into larni i g on a -olid baits, dclivere-! '.he otpeii(,!
address as Chiairman of tlhe CCent itral o.d i AO 'i-
culture, and Sir Patrick MceDiui.'ll, wiho waIs accoura-
panied by Lady McDougall, declared the Exhi'itioni
open.
An interesting meeting of the Fruit Giowers .-sso-
ciation %a. hie,.l--Keniville i..L about the ceitme of' a
circle of falimous apple orc .r : ..i.. L .., ... ,.-
liZ'.! t l.-r t l:0'' e.-re.ui .....! u :i. .t. l :* ai* : -.' .
old by a top r, yv o.f L'sy .i! Fui. mi..hi rA .'..; r ';!,iiL
Pofesor, L-r oC ;iiai .ia. .J < ;r.':;:- a Ir,'c. j:... ,n;
of Siuljc.p i i'.Qi, .1 tC.!i ..'- ifC e.. i .i
CO1 p LS .-.0 'i 2 : .i ....lti>, :: lar- ; .'. ; ., :ac :
ni.,;a li ,, n.* '.l a ', u: ". ; .. .. d* h i, 11...
for then to takie ulp, Lut evec it containinrig a la.uge
quantity of salt it will in time be washed out and noi
more than a beneficial amount Iclt.


On WIA.duesday la-t, at 10 a.m., .T ,.-jhih Lewis., r
shipwinihit rn H. M. Do1 :yird,I. accoimpanicd by.
his wife and Son, a )iadl :.f ) .rVI:,n., and Edwaiird C.
Steed, ?ignairian of I, i. S. Teiror, kit Irelanl
Island for Hamilton in a .riall .peu boat, with sail
where they arrived ,t ':,cr.in .:I. In the ofte:uoou
Mrs. Lewis returned in the Dockyard steanm-ln'Iti,
to Ireland, taking with l r their deposit, which
hai.d been drawn from tiLe Savings Bank inu expec-
tation of their leaving for England in the New
York -Mail Steamcr. About 7 p.m. Steedl, with
Lewis and Iis son, left Hamilton on their return
with mainsail set. When near Agai's Island, set
jib, and almost immediately toolc it in, owing to
the heavy breeze. Shortly after, tie rnan L.oom
broke, all thiee, then on the windward :d'e, na the
boat rolled over in that direction anl filled, were
thrown into the water. Thliy all speedily recovered
themselves, and caught licll orf the heoat with one1
hand, with tlhe other hand 1 cndeavouting to Iaddlie
thle boat to .shor. They w ree carried round Pc al
TI.and with the tide three times, and then drifted
towards Morgan's Island. Steed, now tliinkin." it
near eleven o'clock, states that, Lewis diedJ roman
exhaustion. The father, in hi. anxiety for his. son,
kept calling out to him to know if he was all right,
and thus swallowed a goodI deal of water. VWhen.
Lewis relinqui.-hed lii. hold Steed inmlcdiately
seized the body, and smix-e.eeded in keepiun it. flat
till he soecureit to the boat. Steed utnshilpped th,
mast and righted the boat, Lewis' son g,-:tting on
board and taikiung his post on the steru sheets.
Steed then put the body in the boat and got in.
himself. They drifted about till unar 4 a.m. Thurs-
day, when they neared Morranu's Point. but, owimg
to the offset, they failed to efitect a laudJing. .ttCed
persuaded young Lewis to swim to the ;sirec- of
Morgan's Island, and, onu hi landing, Steed him:,.lf,
with the body, dEserted the boat and ,swnm ahn.-hi
also. At da-ylight Steed drew the body fiathe-r up
the bank. Both Steed and young] g Lewis remained
on Morgan's Island all Thursday. without f'::.d,
but fortunately secured some drinking water from
an old tank. On Friday morning, at six o'clock,
they swain to Tucker's Island, whore Jose-ph Hill
received thleni kindly, and seut then over to Soui-
crset. Steed immeJiat,:ly I reported tihe eictumi-
stauces to tih Worshipful Johnu F:,wle, Poli:e MAa-
gistrate, who- advised their reporting to the Cap-
tain Superiritendent, H. M. Do krard. Captain
Moresby at once despatL.ed a boat to Mor'gn'a
Island, where the ebudy was found aud liroiu+t
ashore to the Mortuary of tihe R. N. Hcl.-pital,
where, on Friday afternoon, an inquest was helM
by Denis Tucker, Esqr., Coroner. Young' Lr-ewis
was taken to the Naval Hospital Rnld put under
treatment. We nunderstaud that the boy is doing".
well, and that Steed does not sufi'er from the hard-
ahips to which he was exposed.
Steed has been highly commended both lby Capt.
Moresby and the Cor-oner for his praiseworthy
conduct.
Joseph Lewis was 45 years of age and leat.-: .,
widow, ono EOL, and two hliughter'..
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The Delvare, Lac kawaunr and W'e:terL has
declared a d.ividend on itz sto..k of I t per ceit,
payable on the 25th Oct. The: stock is quoted 'o1.
For the third time in about fifty years the Dela-
ware and Hudson Canal is afflic-ted with a short
supply of wacer at the Summit level. Coal is still
on hand in good quantity, and if the dronult lasts
shipments will be made at Wee-haukn. The nPt.
increase in railroad receipts to end of August ovw:r
1879 is $227,346 on all the Delaware and Huds.:,n
Canal Railroada.
The Dickscn Manufacturing Company have com.-
pleted a handsome MoAmil" engine for servir-e on
the Pennsylvania division .-,f the Delaware and
Hudson Road. It is named the John ]. Smith"
in compliment to the etli.icut Superinteudent of tihe
Pennsylvania Coal Compoi:ay, and i- eorstructed on-
subatantial g)-ah-ead principles.
Thie Pottsville Journal has tlie following :-- The
several interests are unanimous: in agreeing to the
suspension, they arc' also solid in maintaining"
prices, and whether thle product is curtailedl to less
than '0 milli u tons this year or rises above that
figure, will ba determined by the actual require-
ments of the trade. That feature which is fixed
an'] certain is, that there will be no coal sacrificed.
The prices will be adhered to, and if dealers and
consumers do not require the coal it will be left iu
the ground. The advantage of this policy is so
manifest that it is only surpri.iAug it has not pre-
vailed as the ruling one since the large companies.
got control ot the production."
The Mauch Chunk Gazette says--" It is the de-
termination of the companies to do a fair bun.iuess
at fair rates-/.e day of ruinorcs prices is at an enl."
The total production of anthracite coal Jany. 1-
Sept. 25, 15,99;',S31 tous, against lS,123,0 tons
same period last., year.

I DOMINION OF CANADI)A.
The Governor-General bas returned from the
West to Ottawa,
The Ottawa River is so low that navigalin il
hazardous at some points.
QUEBEC, Sept. 30.-French iand Canatdian S/e'j--
pin)f Iniertsls.-Mr. Foursene Escaud.d? of Fraice
writes to the French pass of this city expiesdin:-
his belief that the French duty on Canadian built,
ships will be reduced to 40) c'nts per ton anticij'a-
ting the revival in Quebec of shipbuilding,. espe-
cially of vessels for the French fisheries. He also
states that it is his intention, in connection with
Me.srs. Dior Brothers, of Granville, France, to


College, at New Haven, for the establishment of a
Profes. worship of Law. He also made several per-
sonal requests.
NL mw MxNri'M L.AIP.-Accotdiag to the Loadon
"T'ele^inapb,' one. ( the greatest boons to: miner,
O(L the score of iatety, is the new tainer'e lamp, in
which Lth light of phosphoresence is substituted for
1 ha. of positire i 7aioknu. Ju this app'fataus .hc, in-
Lt-riOr :'? tbo creie is cirvared w'iith a brightly
lumiiaoun pain, ,and there is, therefore, othil-' in
i.ts cu.t. ueti.-'n or chraeter that can by ;.ay tinmea.i
bercoma.i source of danger. Such a contrivance, it
Fr.r,.av, 3-ritng the capacity claimed for ir, must be ,f
peculiar value, pecuniarily considered, in prevent.
ing ILh destruction of property by explosion. Biut
the rgealt advantage of such a iamp over those nowi
in common use is its insuring against a peril from
which thel avy lamp cannot protect the workman.
I1 that lamp be carried against a current of air
mixed with fire damp, the explosive .:as penetrales
through the gauza and comes in actual coaiact,
with the time, a ca.f.ttropilhe being Lth n..tu.; re-
suit u'i such contact; obviously., t owoevi, no rtik
of LhiEs ort could be in'olva. ;fP the use ot a
phosphorescent light by miners.

FouaR-:lIASlED SCHOONEEd IN TI COALTTRADg.
-Although thre--m.f..ted shoonheri L:.ve largely
6 i.1laced the ,old-f.e, !. -,: i.." : :;',r .
i-. :: .?L 'd i-. :be ..u .j ia ,K- It-:

.-2 .. i. L .c ; L. f T' -
.. a t S ... .u L ',.-iL :

.:'- :'-. '-,, ';. .' -1.t .:, , ._ .. .. 'l, : r8 ._
o "il *:;. id Ea.jeas;.i'es ?,.',J teet fromtiu Jp of the
jibboom to L.Ue ond of tLe spaLker boom. Maui-
festly the schoone, trade i growing.


Fr'i,- the A nt, : a l-d tyv G ..:ci'lc, :l.'. 'i. i
In 'hulluhding lasi. week to the damage dono to the
1,,Nal ::.tablishnjeunl at 'Port Royal by the r.-r'.t
lhmrierbee by wbkih Jamnifca wa vaited, .e er -
ed that it mnifiit be questioned whether the n. Main-i
tnaneo oi this dockvrsid wa-s so nIecVs..arIy as t, ai--
:13' its be'in fully restored at the gr'.'at ouftivy .Lat
it is anhti ipateil will be needed t, ra mik, g,.i ij.i
damasv.. done. Port Royal has never been a p.,plla
lar station, and the deith-rate has at tunme.- been 'e..:-
ceptionally high, and terrible iori. f of hlie fromI
visitntions of vellow-fever has given the place -.uec
a bad name, that appointment to the statiau.nary ship
there i.4 looked upon as the reverse of good tfortun.,
But, if it were absolutely necessary for the proper
security of that. portion of the British Empire that
Port. Royal should be retained as anu important Na.
val station, wet should certainly hesitate to umigest
itN ahandonment. There is, however, good reason
fur beheving that the time has come when the ad-
visability of maintaining the Naval EstablishmentA
as heretotre. may be serioun.ly considered. We
question whether this little yard is u,:.t, for its size,
the most expensive of any. and also the most expo- i
ed. both to the encroachments fire of ain ,nemy's ship:i. The sea of late yeaIs h'ar
encroacbed much on the outer beach, at the point,
and hetvweern the coal wharf and the dockyard, and
it, seems to he bui a work of time for a considerable
position of the harank ipon which Port Royal atarI.'
to b,- wa-hed away. The yard. hospital, coal store.
and other buildings are so exposed, that fir, ec.idd
hie opened npon them !by a hoi-tile sqardr'un at lot.
rnnge : aind, under cover of the night,'an enemy mirbt
come almost c!oseo in and shell the iblace 1,.-fore a,
vessel would g,:t out of the barhriutr ti me,:t- anti
fight. her. In the opinion if nmai'y, it would be an..:
.hiv.able to shift the Coinmod,' re to Beriuda, ;ai:i
inke t.hr-t Iht heriad-quaiters of the -crond in co'm-
mannd of the North Armerica and WetE Ibdie **r-
tion, Betm ,tL thee bet.';,, / cor.',e, cFr.",','l'. 1 v ic9 -
'Ifpr7 h ,',t/r H a ',Jli a, s :. o'.,../ /No 1. :,re ,.'e ; ,c .'r,
-7fo. Its presout i.f'lated position has been referred
to in theseo columu.. more than one-., and the folly of
leaving so important a Naval depot in sueh complete
isolation hai been foreibhly pointed out. We have
reason to) believe that the Committee o:n Colonial
Defenmee, has admitted the error of leaving Bermuda
thus Ie:iig without telegrahlic countuuicatioii ith
Halifax and England, aind ;oe therefore trust. that.
this mI.ay lie the last ,Oic, ,isio n onL which .'.c .ball h.-t..'
to call Witentioun to a point which d,,oes not reflect
credit u|lion those respa:nsible for the mainteonoiice
of the d.-iences of Greate' Br Uitaiu. B,t. in tbh
matter, divided responsibility is partly to blame, and
ior that which is everybody's business, nobody iL"
apparently responsible. The Admiralty has wait-ed
for the C('lohial Office to take the initiative, and'
that Delpartment has waited for the Adriuralty. or
perhaps the War Office, to take up ?he questioL.
And thus years have gone by eince the general adop-
tion of telegraphic cable,:, and a mostjimiportant coal-
iug and !epairing station of immense vaiue to a ma.ri-
time? nation like England. has been left all at sas'"
and in so isolated a position, that it has beeu po..si-
L.-e that the first iltination of England being at war
with another Power might arrive at. ermuda in thIe
:hape of attack by the enemy's ships. How greaiiy
the importance and safety of this stati:a wonuli be
,uhanuced by telegraphic comumunieatiou within tho
Mother-country, is patent, to all, and w,' live in hope
that the Government may at last see fit to ?auction
the expenditure needed to bring Bermud. within a
day of England. As regards the protection of Brit-
ish possessions in the West Iudies, the reduction ofi
the importance of Port Royial would scarcely affect
that que-tion. A corvette and a couple otf !opis
eonstantiy on the move among the Islands would be?
sufficient, as a rule. Starting with the Windward
Group, and giing ronud by Jamaia, the: -Sp;:-i.h
Main. Cuba, and the Bahamias, patrol could be kept
ip efficiently and economic-illy. The aunwiil expej-
ditute devoted toi the naval establihaimets and Oih
sttionaryv ship at Port Royal. s sufficiently large ti
make it 'vworthy of consideration .v:hther the sug-
gestion Lere given might not be put in practice, io.r
we feel convinced that halt the sum spent iuptan Ber..
nmuda w-ould give far better results, vw while the Navy
would be relii.ved of one of the most iuhealbty of it,:
statio)rS. As regards the hospital, it wouid, '.'f
course. Le? impossible to entertain the idea of reduc
ing its staff while the place is made the head-quar-
ters of the ships on the West Indies division : but by
introducing the system of cuising,anud removing th.'-
shore establishments, we might hope to see the hog-
pital reduced to "sick quarter" only : and we be-
lieve that much might be saved both "iu life and trea-
sure by the withdrawal of the head-quarterm :A the
divisionTj to Bermuda. When Mr. Sha\.-Levre was
last in office, the abolition ot dockyards and Naval
-'stablihnents was n pet idea of the Boart; btt
these operations were confined to home. Perhaps
the First Secret-ry will now induce the Board to:.
look into the cc.-'t of maintenance of the Port Royal
e-stabiishmieutb, the amount of wor;, done ait ihe
yard, the possibility of transferring that work lo
Bermuda, and the consequent trem,,al of the ,ta.
tionary bhil)

JUDGE FOSTER'S PUBLIC BEQUESTS
Froma !!.c 2orwic, (Conn.) DBlei',, Ot. .
The will ,.f the late lHon. LnoIyette S. Foster has
beon entered for probate in the Probate Officee mi
thi- city. lie leaves $30(u; to) Bron Univetrsity at
Providence R. I .. ,'i a pr !.'r fi'id, the ins .coi-, fro -
whichb to be giren 1o the h,',. the exam-inatiou to be iu Hturer's "' Iliiad" e
Denmosthenes ou the Crown. He leaves his hom'e-
stead on Broad.vr~y in thi-' city and $60,GOi ) ir
the use and support of Mrs. Foster during her life,
aud at her decease the former is bequeathed to the
Norwich Free Academy, and the latter to Yale


iVttice
I~'


1".17Yties old-


ing (Cla ims v British arque
lbert T. Young.

.lA TIES hioldin-: CLAIMS vs British
Barnque ALBEIT T. YOUNG," Evan
Davies, Master, arc ;e eue..ted to lender BILLS
rt same in Diil.l-'te at our Oflice nor later
than -1 pm.
This-Day, TU7ESD. Y.
J, T. D, .REL L CO.


Hamilton, Oct. 19th, 1i,0.- !


Agents.


Look out ,;ou Boys, 5th
of 'ivember is Coining.

And the Subscriber being well
aw~r': o( the fE.r hai acted accordingly
And hs jiu3t Rccei;ved a Splendid Assortmenrt of
TREWORKSo


.4 LSO,


F'IfE:CRACK S,
orr Pack,


by the Box


[r .,. ie at exceedingly low Casth i'rices.
Als h:i ive.d hy the Stea.k ,IUA,"
a Chrir.e Assorltient of


and


CIGARETTES
TOB.ICCO.


These Inve lbeen personcav s, clacted by the
Sub'ocrie~r especiallY Co.' th!8 AMarkrtic,! I ?,
Oire best In the Island.
-il.e oasivt1azciltoC B, ackan l God Leaf

In wall El.xcs pari.nl-i-~I;rly vvCioiVeriazt fbiretarcil
Deakr~, t veT lwPriecs.
rn c Ela "'I B IG ,A P.'
H.A. (3GR. d"' kI IAMA
r'a.-1' & .7 Fr o -3! 1 v~it 0j,
0 c' I olJ -or i th, I~A.~




IThip, nde'sigived has receiv:ri-A hi
vlvsuppi or


And i s r ea dy fo r (doeIi ve ry -it his Store. Persons
who hlav.,e engaged -t Sod will pj,3a~sf c.qll for

R. H. D iL1RDEJy
Hatnilton, October 19, 18,90,-2

.100 Bairels Early Pose


P0T 1


10lre 13. 1) r L'mI,:!r Ca. h


CO.


itanmiift'm, Oct. 9th, 1, .---.'.,

SCev -i ."w 'id'U

i,.' ,S ito announced tu the Public generally
thi- t she is prepared to arrange hair

SN, B,.A"- AIDS OR PUFFS


ifat, Clea id or Dyed.
nd (CJ.ck E O 8ROIDtER X ElxuIuted to order.
Queen Street, lHamilton, 1
Oct. 121. 1680.-3 Ip'l*






.a.I,
,. ,.)', +:,S OEX


-' *'a i.~
I, -.-~ I,.
.


fa
Jy 2!sh 0e


A *ir- K .:...
ORVILLE COOPER.
Sou ithW s.s't. Oct. l.'lt,:, J : 0.- pd


The Nevr York Tirnc.-. ivi the Delaware mid.l Lack-,
fl~lhiir "a;iaris aplialle o i~vde~ca 'ue ('qUll to
-1! jai.,nccmt, and'a in 'io (if Hi e irocperoruscondlition
wm iho C'al frail' ihp (onmpar 'v cxpvcts (tocontinue'
rc-:iln rik' the pia~vinc ~t of cliuartc~rtv dividends.-. It !s
tat ed thle Dci--awaie rand I-XoaCo ipr ill (coin-
-inc;, the ~rf'I- he ; k Cind of fthe


Ali Incquest '' hc-'.hl. in tlzc 15th insf, art I-1. M.
Deykvaclby Dei.s Tuoker.i Esqr.. Coroner, 4on
7 TTel f tli.-. 1 i of Jos-ph Lev.i.;,, late ,bipwright
i' II.-! lcf aE b I i'sli, ment, Nwh o (cd k roni eiliaustiton
,. ill thei Mbinst. wicc ~acrn reach land
after having LeEn uipset in an c'-peu boat in attempt-
ing t o c-ros.4 from i-Iar~nilt'n, t.-. the Dor-kycartl. V,'- r
I:t. WYOirrling..
Ayl x-a -t v It, lu Iiat the Limati,' Asylum.
'ev'omsbirc' Parish,, on the 15th i.t.befo~re D'-ull;
Tucel~r, Escnr., (Xoroucr, c~n view of the body (.f




rtC,0117J1,iel Hfi: .'Ni. -f thle T Gf l Gzette,'



SAiIRIITE. r:the. 14hi in ,. r.t St. j-l.Am (Thuii I
B, i-1: b c 1) v,A iF

DT 1. ). tn11 !,1on isN rr t, Cite IR. N. JHusi-it.ih,




...... llD&( ,irr.isire Parlih n o I lin 411 iniiA,tP.1'
.JA'[:, HrNRY Birrciu, iu-eef37 vonri san,.]1Imon#Fl,
leav-inog a willow, 7 children. anddrmany relatives ant
friends& to nlouvn theirs.
.in Pornbroke Paru'd i on Satirday lasit, Mints.
JF.NN~r ~rr WL.r.kmz, llnd *7-2 years, lpiaririf uaiminnrOu
rJ'[iear-1 frie-ndsi toiimurt. their lo~~r.
.atit hr eiImc St. Juh n'.;;, Aint i-i Li. at thIe
arvnce a~'~,,f:I M~x J~N rol i th. latm


I ff I








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
UADER THE ,G SHE D,
-9 1

On Thursday next,
The 21st Instant, Ai 12 o'clock, M.,
The usual assortment of GOODS among which
wI\} be found.
S CASES Assorted Dry GOODS.
S2- Womens WATERPROOFS
20 ChiLhouLi Walkinlg JACKETS
SUITS SKIliTS 'BASQUES
SHAWLS Silk JACKETS GLOVES
23 Pair Ladie' C:.r't EDGIINGS
EMBIR' OIDER2FY 'IBBON
UNDTER.CLOTIII NG Lr.-e TULLE
&c., &C.. &c.
5 Cases London Bottled Port WINE
5 Sm;,ll Ca slcs English PORTER
50 Peaas Wi lpling PAPER
2)5 Barrel: Early Rosc POTATOES
10 Barrel. APPLES
I Show CASE, 8 feet. lohn,
1 Low CARRIAGE. suitable for old Persons
or Inv-ai,:!0
31 Bottles Teneriffe Onion SEED. being bal-
ance of this years Irport nation. warrant-
ed goo'l or money returned
C: Drums HFalifax CODFISH
English CONFECTIONERY. in Tin.-
E!ili.-hi JAMS, Assort:1-.
"30 Gross Co mb MATCHES
2 Casks VINEGAR
2 BEDSTEADS, Iron :,nd Wud
enet.ian PLINDS. .ea,:h 7 feet, by 5 foot
1H Box.s SEGARS I Box TOBACCO
1 K,.:g Green PAINT
100 Packages Birds Eye TOBACCO
AN D,
Trinmgle S, R.
: Barrels Rye FLOUR,
1 Barrel White FLOUR.
Damaged by Sea-water on board the S. S.
Bermuda," Faireloth. Master while on
Y"oyage fi omNrw York:- to this Port,
and on Survefy'reCu"mendeld to
be Sold for lel'pefift :t'. wirn
it nlav Concern.
B, W. WALKER & CO.,
Anitloneers,
Hamilton, Octr. 19th, 18SO.
For Benefit of Owners, Underwri-
tei., anid all Concerned.


BY PUBLIc AUCTION,


WVorthIwhile going to See

;GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
[ amusing, ,Instructive

Exhibited by J. Darrell, Esqr., from every part
of the World taken from lthe Wonderful Pho-
tograplhic Collection of DR. THOS. BECIH-
TINGEI .
Which incous~cuN C E o adwHerhs.Lo


Which in cous.'quence of bad weather has been
Postlponed
To Thursday next,
The 1st October.

L'- New Stock of extempore descriptions
upon China, Corea, Japan and Central Africa.
Open answer to the America:n lress upon the
Chinese Question.
Tickets at the Door 2/6; I/6; 1/.
Cetnmoicing a few minutes before 8 o'clock
p.m.
OcoijAt 9tih, 1880.-1 pd



The Undersigned have received by
SteEmer via New York,
A !arge assortment of New and Fashionablo

GOODS
For the Season,
MWhuh have been specially selected in London
by a MeIber of their own Firm, and will be
sold at very reaoinable prties with a liberal dis-
count on l;I cash purchmlei to the amount of
20/ and upwaids.
Particular attention han been given to the se-
lection of the Goods for the M 1!ILIN F IY
DIEPARTMENT, and the Stock generally
compri3e- an assortment worth inipectlig.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.


At the


Somerset


Store,


Mangrove Bay,
Will be found also a General Assortment of
NEW GOODS


Which have ,
1C h^ b^


O JM r~ j S "'I UAOer,
OLT -R iU-RSDA.Yf, "A. G R-
21st Instant, At, 11 A. M. Agenl
A7 DBVag-ORONpT', CP% Berrmuia.-4

278 Bags CORN, Breads


70 Bags BRAN.
Damaged on board American Schooner Jen-
ii A. Shepardi," Terhiue, Master, 'put
into this Port in Ditr :ss ,n Voyage
from Baltimoi e oior limc-rcuai, and
onr Survey recommended to
be Soldfor benefit of all
Concerned.
W. C. HYLAND & CO.,
Agents.
ROBERT E. N. BOGGS,
Auctioneer.
St. George's Bermuda,
Oct. 18th, 1880.
Colois. Coy.y,

Notice to Farmers.
fThe Undersigned expects to Re.
ceive at an early date hi' usual Supply of
Onion and Tomatoe Box
Material
Seed POTTATOES,
Fish G U.W0.
&c., &C., &e.
All of which i\i;1 be of the best quality and
wiIl be sold to approved Purchasers on necom-
mo;ing terms.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
-HaTailtorin, Octr. Isth, 1880,--'2 3p
TR\V the **T'lraveller" TOBACCO, sold by
H. A. GRANTilAAM, 16G and 47 Front
Street, IInmilioni.-3

Fish GUA NO.
Fish GUA NO.

Received by S. S. "Brmud.," from New York.
100 Barrels Mapes Prepared


(iermuda Braun.)
Offeiod Cheip from \Vharf.
J. T. D IRRELL CO.
Hamilton, Oct. 19th, 18SO.-2 3p


Corner of Queen cS. Reid Streets.
Has no, in tuc *i full Supply of

Winter GOODS,
i'aucy ,i TICLLS, 'ToY5, &c.
an ilt,,n, 0ct. 9.Sl, 1!0!.--l


t~'rhiy ~ S hlsit...L bt twevni Idh i
dels'ie 0! A :013SUCS, j*;~ Uld
La'. &olit 161I j
.)y ~the
tjmaetlo tc Hoywdaa Uciet' '' ix%,


The Und
ceivo in a!l


Cargoes of Farm
Materi- .

The Barque Northern Star" was
to leave Portland, MaidN on the 13th
instant wih
60000 Onion Boxes
700 Barrels Fish Guano and To-
mato Box Material
All of which will be offered for sale by the Un-
dersigned.
They will also cause a Veael to be despatch-
ed from St. John, li.B., with
1,000 Barrels Garnett Seed


een carefully selected in London.

1., And 1000 Bundles LATHS
A NYPI- A l ;. #1- Q,.1- And 1000 Bundles L ATHS


ANT ilti is AIo .sole authorized
it for the HuIKTOGRAPIH" in

\tujfs.
O.x MFaterial, *4c.

lersignod expect to Re-
this week the Underineutioned


I


Early in November, as the arrangements for the
Cargo have been most carefully made for the
very best articles of theo kind.
TROTT 4. COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, l9th Oetr., 180.-2 3p1)
Colonist" twice on'Ord page.

.ID VI CE


A ,L 'H$ ow to get rid of your bad cold.
Viz;- Go to E. A. 7MEYER.


Per Brgt. Mlonson from nNew York
00 i AuIs CORN
200 Bags BRAN
200 Bags OATS
75 Batrels FLOUR (Family)
50 Barrels tCorn 3MEAL
'.0 oiarre!s Kerosene OIL
50 Kegs N ILS, 4'd 5d
150 Reams Wrapping PAPIRIL
5001) Barrels Fish GUANO
150 Bage Pernvian G(UANO
10 Half Barrels Family BEEF
10 1Half barrels ''. M. PORK
Per from Bangor A1aine.
.5 0()00 I& ON DOXE
2 0 5000 Tomatoe BOXES
200 Bundles Long L ATHS
10 M. feet W. P. LUMBER
5 M. BRICKS
24 SPA I1S, (various sizes)
All of the above will be offered at low rates
from the \Whl\A f.
J.1. DARRELL 4' CO.
Hamilton, Oct. 19th, 1880,-2 o3p


To all whom it may Con-
cern.

I Edwin A. Meyer
Will be found at the liorse Races, alongside
the Grand Stand (Eiiclosure), ready to servo
"-AS YOU LIKE IT,"
Parisian ICEF. C 1, EtA S Water ICUES
Fine CON F" ACTION 1. RY Y
Fancy CAKlE, TEA, COFFEE and other Re-
fresh rueuits.
ilamilton, O.:toLer 19, 1880,
I ,
Colonist" please copy 3 times.

Found
O N Saturday Evening last in this
Town
A DOOR K EY.
The Owner 01 appihe:tion at !his Oflice may
obtain cu payiug e-xpenses.
IIawilton, Oct. 18th, 1880.

Picked Up
('iFF D[vorishire Bay on Sun'ay last and1
towed in by .he Underjtiiiod
,, ^
SVih -Se;'i F'athi'm Ciain attached,
The ou.ner c. t, obtainn aia.c on pr'vin P'ro-
Ipeity .u..l p-1.;Y1,. ,; xpC sl3Ue.
DAVID CORBUSIER.
ft..l'flaw 0,-n i n ".r 10.1h lporq -1 ...


OUR CONFECTIONER,
As millions got cured by his celebrated CO UGHI
DROPS
Old Fashioned MOLASSES CANDY, good
for you and your children.
E. 3. J3EYER,
Cor. of Victoia Street & East
Broadway.
Ilamilton, October 19, 1880.-3m



3T SHELLY BAFY.


The Undersigned has returned
From London with a full stock of
Fashionable Goods
Consisting in part of:-
DRESS GOODS
Ladies JACKETS Trimmed HATS
NOVELTIES
And !is prepared to offer the whole at lower
prices than ever.
T. J. PEjIRHAMY.
October 18th, 1880,

Teneriffe Onion
Seed IVarranted.
A lew bottles can be had at T. J. PEARMAN'S
Shelly Bay, 18th October, 1880.


Garnet Seed Potatoes
Box Shocks, &c.

THE UNDERSIGNED
Expects to receive about the 15tl
November next,
A very choice Cargo, consisting of the follow
ing, viz. "-
700 BARiIRELS GARNET
POTATOES

Carefully selected for Seed,
iIAY OATS LA.T II, :&c.
S.4L O,
By M i Ve.-Lei f'.om, Ii cor, M1aine, aleout 25
Sfn taant

30,0 CO)niioni Boxes.
Of 'he usual sU pelioir maiuif'.ctiru i ,
BI lCK3, LUM1B3EI, PA:A, &a
t Partic, v.h i ::. .g.. tlg",;.l th, abov, w
please send fr lthn0m on iArrival of VLssel..
, S. S. INGIjA
Si I i 4!. 1- 1.' t ) Q..


Notice.


, FALL OPENING.

EA.GLISI 4 kC0TCIf


A very large and handsome assortment of
GOODS, selected especially by MR. LOCK-
WARD lor the present season, offered by the
Undersigned this day, comprising in part
LA^ D1E.SLDREPSSGOIC))S
Lndies JACKETS
Ladies ULSTERS
t Black and Colored Silk 'A RASOL ,S
White and Coloured Ki, COOIS
SILKS

Black Dress Goods,
MERINUS, PARAMATTAS,
French TWIVLLS, DAMASK, ALPACAS,
and COBURGS
Of unsurpassed qualities, and at exceedingly
low prices,

iThe most complete assortment of
Men's, Youth's amd Boy's

FURNeSH! N IMOODS
Ever Offer ,
And a large variety of other Goods too numer-
oun to mention.
LOCKWA.RD IN GHAiM.
I lamilton, October 119, I886-3 3p


Notice.
Estate of William James Steed.
[ hereby give Notice that under and in pur-
suance of a Writ of Inquisition directed
to me and of the "Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me

ON THURSDAY,
The 4th day of November, now next ensuing,
S at eleven o'clock in the forenoon,
AT THE COURT HOUSE
In the Town of Hamilton,
To inquire into the alleged or supposed Escheat
to the Crown of certain Real Estate in Ham-
ilton Parish, lately held by WILLIAM JAMESs
STEED.
1st.-A COTTAGE and about 21 acres of
LAND in Hamilton Parish ; bounded on the
North and West, by Land of William Henry
i Wilkinson; South and Ea.st, by Land now or
lately in the possession of the Heirs or devisees
of Daniel Richardson, deceased.
2nd.-A COTTAGE and LAND in Hamil-
ton Parish; bounded on the North, by Land
formerly of John Righton Outerbridge; South,
by the Church Road; East, by Land late of
Downing Wilkinson Outerbridge, and West,
by Land now or late of William James Outer-
bridge.
3rd.-A COTTAGE on the Ferry Road in
the Parish of St. George; bounded on the
I north, by the Ferry Road; on the South, by
Land formerly of John William Gibson, de-
ceased; on the E.sft, by Land in possession of
John Tory Bourne, and on the Wfest, by the
Ferry Road.


J. H. TROTT,
July 10, 1880. Pro. Mar. Genl.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Sept., 19 Octr.-3p

NOTICE.
Ruth Brangman's (or Gilbert's) Estate.
T hereby give Notice that under and in pursu-
ance of a Writ of Inquisition directed to
me and of the "Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me

ON THURSDAY,
The 4th day of November now next ensuing,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
At the Court House,
In the Town of Hamilton,
To inquire into the alleged or supposed Es-
cheat to the Crown of a COTTAGE and Par-
cel of Land on St. David's Island, in the Pa-
rish of St. George; bounded on the North, by
Land in possession of Eliza Brangman ; on the
South,, by Land latelin the possession of James
Minors, Pilot, deceased, and by land in the
possession of the heirs or devisees of Stephen
Judkin Brangman and there measuring sixty-
one yards; on the East, by a Public Road and
there measuring 41 yards, and on the 1West, by
Lands in the possession of Eliza Brangman and
of the Heirs or devisees of Stephen Judldn
Brangman, or however otherwise the above-
mentioned Cottage and parcel of Land may be
bounded or ought to be described ; of which
Inquisition, all Persons concerned are hereby
required to take notice accordingly.
J. H. TROTT,
Pro. Mar. Gent.
July 10, 1880.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Sept., 19 Octr.-3p.


Notice.
Rul 1 M1assey's Estate.
T herebygivejNotico that under and in pur-
suance of a Writ of Inquisition directed
to me and of the Escheats Act of 1871," an
Inquisition will be held by me

ON THURSDAY,
The 4th day of November, now next ensuing,
at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon
AT THE COURT HOUSE
In the Town of Hamilton,


h To inquire into the alleged or supposed Escheat
to the Crown of a DWELLING HOUSE and
LOT in the Town of St. George, lately occu-
-_ pied by RUTH MASSEY, deceased; bounded
on the North, by a Public Street, called York
Street, and by a Lot in the possession of Thos.
S. Mitchell (formerly McLachlan's); on the
South, by Water Street; on the East, by Land
now or late of William Augustus Forbes Da-
venport, and on the West, by Lands of the
Heirs or devisees of Robert Hinson Forbes
Davenport, and by the said Lot of Thomas S.
Mitchell, or however the said Dwelling House
and Lot of Land may be bounded or ought to
thi be described; of which Inquisition, all Per-
sons concerned are hereby required to take
notice accordingly.


c.,
ill

1.


J. H. TROTT,
Pro. Mlar. Genl.
July 10, 1880.
13 Jly., 17 Aug., 14 Septr., 19 Octr.-3p
U AVE you smoked the GEM OF 'llHE
SEA" Smoking Mixture H. A. GRAN-


From Persons desirous of Contract-
ing to
F SUPPLY BOATS,
For the use of the Health Officer at St. George,
for three years, to commence on the first of
2Noveniber next.
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 General.
Receiver General's Office, Hamilton, )
October 4th, 1880.-3 3p )


EflLL M4TL1

Now is the timzn to secure a faahi-
onable

For the Wiuter call and see those just Received
by the Subscriber.
ALSO,
FCR ESH Garden SEEDS
' Clrks World Renowned Blood MIX-
S TURE
Eno's Fruit SALTS
CARBOLINE for the Hair
Valentines Meat JUICE
BEEF IRON and WINE
Horse CLIPPERS
Vanity Fair, Richmond Gem, Young Bernimua.
da and other Brands of TOBACCOS
CIGARETTES in great variety
ALSO,
A Variety of FIREWORKS
SQUIBS and FIRECRACKERS, by the Box.
Wholesale and Retail by
SC. H. ROBIASO .N.
45 Front Street, Hamilton,
19th Octr., 1880.-1
Coloni-t" on 27.
0. OLD RIP" Smoking TOBACCO is good.
H. A. GRANTUAM Sells it and va.
rious other choice Brands.-2


Notice This.

For Sale.
'- Chests Good Oolong TEA,
Just Received from London.
ASTOUNDING LOW PRICES.
Bags Cleaned RICE, 200 lbs. each
Card MATCHES, in 10 Gross
Boxes, very Cheap
And for 5th November,
Boxes Chinese Crackers
Cannon C RACK E R S
Also the well known Choice Braud of
S. F. FLOUR,
Barrels and Half Harrels.
Always to be had at the Subscriber's place of
Business.
B. E. DICKI NSONJ
Nos. 27 and 28 Front Street, Hamilton.
October 11Ith, 1880.-3 3p
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE HAMILTON, 18th Octr. 1880.
Henry Bavens, E H Bradford, Wm Burgess, Mrs
Samuel Bean, Edward Braundley, Thomas Bean, J
B Bean, E Burchell, Duncan Campbell, 8 F Depen,
N J Darrell, Alice DeSilva, Barkentine "Mary
Emily," Augusta Emanuelson, J D Fisher, William
Forster, Edward Fraser, P Fitzmaurice, Elizabeth
Hunter, William Husbands, John Hoad & Co,
Samuel Holmes, F Ignacio, G B & T W Jones,
Edward Joell, Saul Jones, Alice Joell, John Lloyd,
Robert Miller, Mrs Morris, Barque Mat-
tapoisett," James A Mares, Barque "Ornmen,'
Elizabeth Pewtherer, Jessie J Prilts, Phemife,
Samuel Swan, Laura Swan, Samuel A Smith,
Amelius Stowe, Estelle Smith, Scipio Tucker,
Walter Thompson, Wm Tait, A J Tait, C E
Williams, Beaumont Williams, J A Waldon, Albeit
Young, John H Young.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Octr. IS, 1880.
Misa Elizabeth Bell, Mrs Mary Jane Francis, C E
Hayward Mrs Foren Severon Helton, Ilichael An.
dorson Meyer, Capt Hugh Jones, Barkentine' Mary
Emily,' Wm Smith (Shipping Commisuion), Ra*
%--I 0 -'.L l r-11-


MIMI I xv- IN I
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i1. I nquisitions vizt. of the Estate of Wim.
James Steed, Ruth Massey and Ruth
Bran-man which were advertised for the 22nd
instant are unavoidably

POSTPONED,
Until the 4th day of Now.
Now next Ensuing.
'J'hin to take place at the hour of II o'clock of
the forenoon of that day.
J. H. TROTT,
IP. M. G.
iantilmon, Ot. i Ith, 1S80.-.1 3p


Colonial secretary'ss Offic,
9TH OCTOBER, 1880.
HIS EXVCELLENCY MAJOR GENERAL
SIR ROBERT M. LAFFAN, R. E., K.
C. M. G., has received information from the
Right Honorable the Secretary of State for
the Colonies, that Her Majesty will not be
advised to exercise Her power of disallowance
in respect of the following Acts of the Legis-
lature of Bermuda.
18S(,-Session II.
No. 1.-" An Act for raising a Revenue
for the support of the Government of
these Her Majesty's Islands and to ap-
propriate certain sums to the discharge
of the Expences of Government as there-
in expressed."
No. 5.-p" An Act to provide for the relief of
Bermuiida Seamen falling into distress
S abroad."
No. 7.-" An Act to increase the Salary of the
Chief Justice."
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.

Health Officer's Boat Ser-
vice.

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

SKHi IRIA TA ,
The Twenty-first instant., at noon,


9










BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


A very'rArnarkable insanee? of (,ner.y P i .s aflord'1
by the stnr,- oif ?Fi.- I'.i .1 iinhr Rii iayW. rom,
I l'.,iric. -' fi'n-i ls t. the I srii ute of Civil Eu-
!inr,. w'- learn lth tb' .1,- rmiOl ution of the
Vierrray in r !ir, il {o pineo'l wi'h fairi-we,'.ther
line" to fthe bl Ihn P.s; was ireaehed on the ilth
of Sr, plonmliJer I.sA. T'i'"e sot- ir-s Vsere i'su'ed on thie
21 at, work wa's bq nin early iin O.o,-,,',r, :in1, no0t-
willhi.sadin, a li'liiculy wilh the workmen which
calus.'l a,. less of twelve days, thl, line. 12,34 miles
in length, was lnished on liie I th of Januiary in
the present year. On every working day an aver-
age In:lth of over a mile and a half was completed,
and a maximum of crnstruelion amounting to 2:1
miles in a day was at one time reached. Interest-
ing as these bare facts are, the story is enhanced
when it is known that, the line was made (f such
varied material t.hat, only lth. very highest. organi-
sation and the moet c,;eful foresight could have
served to overcome the difficulties. Excepting the
supervision, the work was completed bv nativeo
labour, and so-.e curious illulirationg of the hind-
rances encountered are given in the story of one of
the engineers. When the supply of tWlt-footed
rails fell out. and a potn road"-that is, a railway
with "-pot" sleopeis--w-'\ begun, the training
gained by (he n-iives was lost, and some time ne-
cessarily elapsed till they weie drilled to the new
method. There were alo great dillfiulties in the
commissariat and after r supply to he overcome,
and as the line was single.. the men who marshalled
the train hail in all cases to place certain vehicles
before and others behind tLe engine, so that the
food and water' cars which remained all night at
the point of working might be left 4 h1ben the engine
proceeded 1o push.i ha:-c to Ihe leading-place the
empty cars which brought rails, &c. .A' the lead"
advanced day by Lday, the time required to bring
up tbo-e mat.ejials by t'ain vwr'.ei, iiring a new
puzzle to the organi-.ing staff: lind the provision of
forage, food and water, wel as tueir distibu-
tion, required the .:,o' arra'?.iln tt An
ex iample of Lthe ir'.'.:r ,. ,, i,,.: ,.u:ry ni'- ,v:: howu
in the fact. lat an :':' ., -. of a,;;,..: na-
(ier lock aud keyR was ..iwa.7. il .e, at t. ad-
vaunced work, in caeno ny iJ.:AiA0t .1boiiI ilnter-
cept the daily supply. In many cases lihere was
great difficulty in inducing '.ho uatives to ,venture
to work in the arid desert over which the line
passes; yet a band of sixteen hundred inca was
employed most of the time, and excepting the dil-
ficulty or "strike" above mentioned, everything
was maintained in good order throughout, and 1no
delay worthy of regard was encountered. Alto-
gether the effort to provide this most necessary
military work was creditable to those who con-
ceived it and those who i-orked it out, and as an
instance of British energy and determination it
cannot be without its effect on theo active mind.

UTILIZING THE SUN'S I1EAT,
Very practical result: are reported to have arisOn
from the experiments of M. .,Mouchot utilizing solar
heat. By means of a large collecting mirror, twelve
feet six inches in diameter, and capable of resisting
the strongest gale, lie has succeeded in raising more
than sixty pints ol water t:, the cooling point in eighty
minutes, anIr in an hour and a half more, produced a.1
steam pri Cure6 ofl eialit atmoplpheres. During one
day last March. in .- Agier-, a hloiizontal engine was1
driven at the riteo of one thundredi nd twenty turns a
minute, uniider a" lpro.Sure three and a half atmos.
pheres; and at another trial the apparatus worked a
pump, raising at the rate of two hundred and sixty-
four gallons an hour one yard high. The pump
was kept going rom eight 'o'clock a. m., to four
o'clock p. m and neither strong winds nor passing
clouds sensibly interfered with its action. AM. M1ouchot
can now readily produce a temperature applicable to
the fusion and calcination of alum, the preparation of
benzoic acid, the puriification of linseed oil, a concen-
tration of syrup, the distillation of Sulphuric acid andi
the carbonizilloin of wood.


Wanted.
AN APP'I ENTICE TO TlEJ
l atki .FMIak ifg BSusissess
E. T. CHILD.
H amilton, Octr. 4th, 1880.-3


Wanted,
J1 thoroug-hly competent
MANI SERVAN'T.
Apply at once to
The Master Attendant, H1 M. Dockyard.
Sept. 24, 1880.

Charles A nderson & Co.,
Commission JlMerchants
11 Cullum :4troeet, E C., London.
Coinsignments of Island Produce and Indeits
for Goods, promptly and ceareftillY attended to,
June 1, I180.-Gmi

P'olecl io a ffr'a .'t Fi RE
A4 rl1IE MOST MODERATLE IATE
Can be obtained from the
PlE\ .V INA'SUR NCE COE O PA NY
of London,
One of the lor,.e".t Establi~hed and Wealthieot
Oflico'A i rGreaL Britain.
Through the Ilt.,11N'i OFFICE An nhe,:i
Islands, a Saving is efiectel. to the insured
of the Staimp LIADu., a very considerable item.
I IS KS taken both i ~ REAL aid PERSONAL
'i'iOPE1 !TY lor' 3, (,r i: moI lhs3.
No FE ;iES and no C tARGE f' or Policies.,
N. A. BUTTERFIEILD,
Agent.
iI.s:, ii!ton, .Seliptc i.!,,'r i' h, S, ".




Horse, .1rriag C.ar


IFIE Uindeisigned having resumed Business
.at his ,1d Stand, Corner of C'hurch and
Junctioni Streets, nea'r Ilamilton HIotel, takes
this method of thankiii g his friends and the pub-
l.ie g,-n'erally for pa.:t favors, and humbly soli-
cits tiailnmanllc of srnle.
TiOJA fS H. I U1111VEY.
January i.3




HAMILTON,
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It h&eiBnintd a!ie PtMer NO, n the avaia,
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et Pibl;ipi thc th lni
if 1i. V-leti8 e N oi! ystert,
It Nouim i'Aae-", st-ii t'.t.t mdt- Inaiaor'ae.
it vfkrSt-n s ofbt'ek-i iO.P' r I 'd4n dtI M.e-,.nerw.
It op5en4 the .;a'e" G*a'i tre s!kih aud iRadulie
ieAilthy Perptlarrttua,
It. neotralize- the> licrdit taI- i rin:. r pirkso in th.
blood, whic h ge-nerat.-a ; r.i-' l. E'. 'I.'lote, a.Jd all
uj.lri.n.-rof l.in I' .:.i i 1 :1 [ i:iuii-r'. 43.
Their are no spin'.,, iujI lofrd q ins nanutcrfittirv ain.-
it can be taken by ih-6u -io-t, di-ici'arte iiab, or by, tlh.i
ape.] and toeblo, C', odf l i i u-, ) r'r/ ; f,1 ot'.:it-Oi i,
dirtil.... ..-9
NEURALGiA.
ToroN'ro, April 20, 1880,
Dr. Clark Johnson
Dr~. Sin,-WVheni I visited d your man-ifactory last
autumn, I was :'uttdririg fuora a fearful pain in the
face and head-the physicians call it neuralgia-and
when you recoi.mnmended me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP f had no faith in it but indeed I
received such a benefit from it that I have since re-
commended it to several who wero suffering as I
was, and with a good result, and I cannot let this
opportunity of you. second visit to this city go
by without thanking you very much for recomiinend-
ing me to try the INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours very truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
2-50 Simcot' Street.
PAIN IN THE BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD.
ERS.
TonoNTo, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson -:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
thick, also through rmy lung.- and shoulder-3 f'rr inore
baan three years; I have also had liver complaint
and dyspepsia. I have tried doctors' and other mn-
dicine, tuit nevie received any relief until nmyv ate,,-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN bLOOD.
PURIFIER; after its use a short lime, I can say
that I have felt better and more able to do my wvcrk
than I have for the last two years.
.. G, AMEY,
17 Richmond Street, West

NERVOUS DISEASES.
I was trouble'] with derangement of the nervous
system. I was attended with by one of the best
doctors in this part of 'th country, ba. obtained 1no
relief. Your INDIAN DLOOD SYRUP roii,-vd
me at once. I really ,do not think any o',m in ill-
health using it can fail to receive great benefit.
MRS. JOHNSON.
Smithfield, Northumberland Co., One.

LIVER CO.IPLAINT.
Port Jollic, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDI.AN
BLOOD SYRUP for Liver Complaint, and havo re-
ceived great benefit therefrom. I 3.an recoirncndl it
to all sulfferers.
R. J. M.1 DON.ALD.
DYSPEPSIA AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
WEC'-rpop.r, Leeds Co., .tany, 29,1879.
Dear Sir,-1 have beon sulteririg for years with
Dyspepsia and Indigestion and Kidn y 'oriplaint.
ani have tried a great many remedies, but without
ell'ffect. I became very bad ant could not leave my
bed. I sent to your aDu ent, William Dier, for a bo.
tie of your INDIAN BLOOD .YRIP and I do nut


hesit.le to say that i- sa.,e-i my ife'. I am com-
pletely cured, and feel I;!. : a :.w ui .Itu. La;st week
my son 'vq :. taken' s- I.: -.'s;- e'c-re.r !,J,- whe, ilnd a
few doses of your vlcuabi .ineo icina cured hin.
DAVID BLACK.

DYSPEPSIA ANl. INDIGE'STION.
BER ocE', Broi,. CL n'-ii..r ,.
Dear Sir,-Thi-. is to c>'rtify that after usino vour
INDIAN BLOOD SY1RUP iJr a short lioi- it ?'as
entirely cured ine of' Dyspjepsi.a. It i- all you re-
commend it to be.
LAMES GLENNIE.

BEPrPUD., June 2'-th, iiSI).
DEAtR Stn,-This is to certify! thr: I have found
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP in in,
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dysp.,psix
and Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
it to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN,
BLOOD SYRUP.
SAMIL (. ADAMS.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Kelvin, Br-nt County. Ontario.
Dear Sir,-In September, 1865, my wvitf had b'en
under doctor's treatirent, two years, and they said
she had heart disease. She was at that limo s
weak she could not'. st'in., ar.J I !-i to c. y he
daily ii 're he L ":J '.- J lu .i-.: ,i--..] .'., .-.. i.
soon as th -, 'l bed 'a.a u' il. ], i it2 h Ct [ t ., -
INDIAN BL 3 Y!D "SY 'IF 'J,,t .'.;.rt ',.. ,.
'-h" 'a to 'v : '1 A i'.n iC Ln, -I
day ;sinc-. Ii aleo cAi t. Lit d ir:git;r o' -flrI and
fever.

S. :- J 2
Sole Agent for Beriiiuda, ;


,Fr t and Excursion





B oat
r ill: 1Tnd .. rsiii.'d t'ke.s t6lis fnl!tl-h ,I of re-
L 1 riiin g hi'' si' i s in le e ltaik-s -! hici Patrois:
n l Lie Public general y t!'.-r tile liberi l ?ipport
theyy !,.ve exlendrd l.ow"urds him duri n nthe bpaft
len yetrs, and hI;ug re'plIC4ed the S"OI ERS"
by tht well known Boat "' UNIION" for the pur-
pose of cirry in-I r60, hi- li u-iness hopes with the
:a-.tsIrnce, of liiUnctuality; aanil rea'.onalile charges
to r(eeive a continuance of their favor.
O0 The I NION" ill iIly a simii:t Flag
to that 'i ibkh :;he cear'ed di'ring her M.iil Sec-
vice..
Th:- U."'. c.n be obtained for L.xcrsion
Tl'ri|s Freigh tiin '. '
J. ._ T G H LT OURN.
ilamillot., O._. 5th, j--0.



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Every dew. ipti.. of C ,'.)L made ready for
J. E, E B VA NS wt': thi-. o:)pcrtiui i v' thank
the fu l ci ) '(,y!!', ,r '"! i ," :1
. i' 'ill : .i s > i.: r n :. i!i lie pn -t '-;.: I i




'Cele-,a .eIl SOAP.




H IE Under,:igneld has Received
T fromi Lnndoan *i first <'lass


tVIth moveable fimgu'es, desaigliled The Zulu
Hl 'l.rl." I? prepared to at!ndi.1, at very re-aso -
nLL a-es, Ja.enile P a" e"' I
aiie nas, Juvetiile -ardies, Oouic+'ta, Pic-Ni's,
&C,
The tmu:iAc is first is anIt he" wonderful
astonishing
GEORGE O'0KLEY.
iaminlton, .I on l 7t l,, i ,S s)

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.,
(h4'-at prorre'.:3 has been made within a few
ears in manufacturing food products, and the
-ianI,":d oe qaialit has been raised to a point far
beyond that wlich formerly obtained. We claimn
iha i',-i lihias, to a eonii kril exeit, b dcn de
t) our efluts t i 3 tlit L're.-tr iaruifacturieris 'indl,
f'e: !:- in th.3 world in tli.-: !i;ie, we consider it
.utr interest to" n.aoni ctu'e only PrUE and WhIOLE-
(nm i r good.ll n ,t pa!:k the;r. in a tidy anid attrac-
liv'e hoingaci. All ,uoo..t beai.ing our name, are
j.uarantted to b6, ol f'0perior quality, anld dealers
are authorize I to ric unih the, puri' price in
an' c',ie where c'Oitihner. have? e '.uie for disIa-
tislnetion. It is, thl.'reo re, to the interoe t oi both
dcaler.s and euitorraer'. to use Ti-l? 1KBEI'S"
[IRA.N DS.
1I. K & F. 13. THURBER & C r.,
Impotera, Manutofurerr and Dealers in Food
Prodii.th,:
NEW YORK.


Ie! I Ice Ice!Bo,.

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furntish



Daily (Sunday~s excepted)
F'rom their Store in Burinaiy Street. to any per-
Sson who may desire a supply.
To Custon'ers iin iumilton and Viucnity it
will be deliver-d by Cart daily-from about 10
o' ,ock ;ili to,;n- colon.]hiiiiiig on 1st Apri'l.
The prico is one penny per pound for 12 lbs.,.
aind upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Ihermudt Ar A riCial ICe .!oipany4
Ilamilton, Ma chi21lh, i.379.

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ri : 1 bove W A TC H ES for both
.- I .-Idics nd Gertlernfen ame kept constantly
on lii.i iy. lti hm de,'sic.ed: Any grade iuovc-
n;..-.it int ii Stock will Le furnished at the
Aliuif'.actor's lit pice. .iso, mi-.aLk to order
anl style 'of Cas e wit'h Cre NMoniog-ram,r &c.,
Sengravcild.
lerie.mbei thie Anieri.-:an a'tc i C io rec,-ived
ith ('o!"i .ied: i .t Lio late Pari-s Exhilition..
S : m CHILD,
Front :'.treet4 : .imiloiio 'f
Dec r Ii, 187.. i.O




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i'irs .nal attceiition giveli to C igl ia lteiits of
I Iermnda i It DUCI I i and iithe ti iigic of 1Her-


PURSU.ANI to a 'Pe'tioii prreselitI unto the
i .e Cl-,nr-Icllor o ir Ch..rlen !H lll on lthe
1-hh d.!y of Jul ISO. "' In tilhe Maitter of iho
PTru-ts ofd" l.I r iircsiiiulptiie Intert-sis of .Anna
Walker a 1d John foe-' uiinr the ftiarriare Set-
lielenent of Thomas ntd Maria Colgate dated
the '27th day of October 1871'" Anna Walker
(forine-ly Anna 1Row Spinster) and .TJhn Row
two of th children of John Row late of Wel-
wyn in the County of Ilerts Disienting Miinister
deceased or i' the event of the deaths of the said
Anna \ like and John Row or of either of
th[em then the persons claiiuiing to be the per-
snial tepresentalives of thiemn or of such one of
them as shall he dead or iii the event of them or
either of them dying intestate then the NEXT
of KIN necordinr to the Statlues for thle distri-
bution of intest:ates estates of the said ANNA
WALIKERi and JOHN RO\V or ofsuich one of
there, a- sshill '.e (doad as aforesaid-or to be lloe
legal repree:ativ'es of such of the said next of
kin as are now dcrid ate Iby their Solicitor, on or
before the fifteenth day of,.nnuary l,81 to come
in al pr!-v'e their claims at the Chambers of
the Vli e Ciaincecor Sir Charles,l Iall lhancery
Lane FMIddlesx or in def-ilt thereof they will
be prren.plo'ily exclutdedl Iroai the bc-n,4it of the
said P'otii:I an The Tenth day of February
18 81 at 3 of the Clock in the afternoon at the
said Cl:a: nbers i-j appointed for heariin g a'nd ad-
judicatinug pron the claiui,. Dated this seventh
dav or A\ ,I'F st 1t ".;).
\l'IL,IAM BINNIS Sm.1 Irii Chief Clerk
(El r'.ai; tn'. CARTil.EW ::i .Chancery
Lne V,. C'. Solicitor for the PtAitioners
Enlz beji IHon-ufier and Thofmja' i o W




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Ihieted Sl,tes .Mail Si 1teca e rs,

"t?"0LIVEtL -y L
CALLING AT QUEENSTOVWN
LEAVE NEW YORK
EVrUX1 T UME.S0RiD

WISCONSIN s-AidlN Tuesday Octobe, 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, ait 11 a.m.
WIC ONSIN sails Tuesday Nov. 9, at 11 a.m.
ARIZON \ sails Tuesday Nov. 16, at 4 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesda. Nov. 23, at 10 a.m.
N I\VA DA sails TU.'esda, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m.
Tli'e.ibove Steamers are built expressly for
the Trrde, have five watertight b'ulklea].,, anid
carn, e trienced Oficers; Sturgeons and Stew-
arde ;ses. TheSahloon Accommodationsare un-
surpass -d by any Atlanwic Steamers, and the
State Rooms ar oou maiu deck opening into the
Saloon, thus sceuting that great comfort in
ocean travel, perjict ventilation and lighf.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The (U. S.Mail Steamer Bernua'from Ber-
uda, '.'hnrsdays, generally arrivesat New York
on Mold.y-, and Passengers' baggage can lie
trlie r.i-fd direct to the Liverpool steamer sail-
ing next day.. ... ...


WILLIAMS & GUION.
Agents,
29 U road way, New York.


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MERY.
'JIMlEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
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SOAP TILIA, bROWN WINDSOR, HONiEY,
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Toilet Soaps in bars or cake.Q.
:I;,1.'EL' VELNET"NK., VIOLET, RICE,.
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PERFUMERYV,
.S e keebbtit ;,r near.- ly ',t cevitiry paiti, sg of '
tho v.:, ber't Ergli-ih mnariiaetui.'. For ita
~ purity and greft e,:ioelonoe it has obtained
S.bo fo0lo','ing JD
ExE iri'orio PizuImE DALS, (
SLonuon,852. Pails, 8107. Oorova,1872.
Luima,1872. V:!-nna, 1873. Pliladelphia,1876.
{ GOLD UZDAL, PARIS, 1878.-
(?, ATKISOHE. CHOIiE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSE, FRANGIPANNE, YLANOYLANG,
rSTEPHANOTIS, OPOPAHAK, JOCKE CLUB, EW13
SBODOUQUE, TREVOL, hIAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOOD
pj VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
rind all other odours of the finest quality only.

GOLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE
in strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kiade.

OLD 3ROW,'' W;IiDSOR SOAP.
i oalebratedlo- Bso many yeais,o continues to be
I ade as heretofore It Is strongly Perfumod
an td will be fitndl, v-r.-y durable in use..
ATKINSONi'S WK!r ROSt TOILET VINEGAR,
i 'I ew and tndiapeusabl' Toilet accompany.
"lmc i and mr.-,t r': -:lding Perfume for the
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; and other Spe.-itieao'.-iI general articles of
& P-merftmery. may be oh:s.ird of all dealers
t throughout th V.Id, and of the manu-
$ factutrs-",
/ J. & E. ATKINSON,
-i 24, o 01 Pond, Stroeti, Londc.n, W.
Price td! i sFr '- .i ,lpp'i ', ,, .
CAUTITI',-Purchanel ar eautionqed lo avoid
Counter6is 1.7 ,obt7ervinr that acb article ia
ah'tbelled with the tir.i' Ti.ile'NI trl, ft White.
RoseoD :a Golden Lyce."
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PAPIR
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Church SERVICE!?
Hamilton, Sept. 7th, i880.


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&e.
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The S-ea-.:;ip DBrr.u,,. w-was signalled a fe
minutes 1-4-,i..ao, ca Ion Wuednes-.lay last and readc
ed her dock a1 H. L idho5 ;3 i,0. Left New Yoi
at 4 p.m., Thuiirdry, c.ar.d Saady Hook 6-30p.u
and encointe'l: 4, x;. il 'is ao.d heavy sea fro
Saturday .;.:,,l;. .'i. -r.ircloh who has bee
in the Q v..:c .. r'. .... .. L o,'... ice for the la
three years i, craz,a o. ild JHu-'"i, had command
of the ship.
WVe are inih-,r rc .a:';. F. 3f. Faircloth, Par
ser Du|:icr.. an_. \, j.,r .-.* r-, Rteward, for la;
New Y .Iork ,pnr.-i.. NI .v aia the severit
of the wcu. :-, .: -.', V w.;. kept intact.
Sbare, 3 1 2 v ::o 2a -L;ui' l Co., S1.
The a.- ..... *.' ii e lection can
paign nevb.. '.2. l,..- '_ po&liin day.
On T u':,.? :. ,'.-.. I[..* st day, 72,5.
votes we,'; ''.-:,:' .., '* iL, where th
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and l:is b).'.<.-'.- : *.: > : ...: .,, n,', !.uough we
ca.Inot g'.l '.,;:J I-: .... _" .44 ,.; v s'a.. w om, to the
heart tha it '.....:a...: ',-, ?- c,:', 1 io ha e lived in the
dayvs of t':-e 4i :.::'.: ,t .1-. -'! r s, an by one heroic
effort hav,. u.*-( .fu ,,., ,:.-.- r! io deal.b.'
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Beatad?!f-. O- e.!'- r : f Ota%. c; New Haven,
was elc,.' r-' ':_,tKcn .' "., i-o.'se oW D'?puliea, and
the Rev. C." -. L ;:'. !. of ,li,,rd, Mass,,
elected .:e, '.:' !"-' ,,,.... 4... ... c... on. The House ol
Bishops eE" 2.: %., T&:v. hi. ( Potr, of Grace-
Church. -,:. A ioi'.-t Cosra.too ofoth houses
was to be h.!.! 2,et clday t'0 hear thr r':'ports of the
Missionary Ccmmit'ee,""

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ease. hbe ; ,4,owewhat. tiaddii ed when her visitors
say t-bat. he .iay v4e Guveinor6s Islaud, which
has been hei Lon:, I)- Wahingtnuu. But she said
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LONDON, Oct. C.-The Secretary of the Liver-
pool Underw:iters' Association writes saying that
the attention of the members of this association
has frequently been drawn to the general accuracy
of the New York Herald'!; weather forecast tele-
grams, and asking that they hbe telegraphed regu-
larly, so that they nmy be pr.).Iej re.uiarly, in the
underwriters' rooms inste..,d cf waiatin their pub-
lication in the Liverpool paoi-rs. The latest reports
of the storm and flood suat': thh. the irbho"e country,
and especially the midlan.i c->ur'tio.s 'are in a de-
plorable slate. T rih,:' Po.,itr, Sheaf, Don,
Leari, Taine ana A.nkez L.v& >.i orefiiowed their
banks. The whole dit!i':.t ',)ur1, Tarnworth is
a vast, expanse of rusLing, waft^. 'Ti inhabitants
arc imprison d in Iheir house. Tca vwter in the
rods is v. feet. higb. "-e the"Ouse is
o.:ided to a serious extenI. Scvt -;i %l'iages have
heen partly inundated. Mr.ny 'rrip of Notting-
hamrsbire andi Staff,.rd..hir- re urnl,; .w.t.er.
LO--..DON, OC). a.-A 11 f1L L!. to .he
T,,..:.. nri.--. A L-,ed ,=-':r i, .. ;.. :.:, held at
1il.ysert, county C].. re. It h,.r. ,n c,-,:-cti'ou with
the L and L.' ,, 4-..ut i_,.. ',<.,,. (1,*. ,a, r th, i .
m e hc.,et .! ,a t r F a r-.,; ;" ,
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r.enVy on Saturday .. :'.;it[c "i-rI o Par-
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FRANCE,
PARI3, Oc1. 6.--The api,.:_;,:-,i.t t" M. .e Choi-
s-ul to the Under Secret.-!, of;Ip o: ministry )of
Foreign Affais has been .'-Aki iol;iAuVw.. by the
retirement into private l:ia o, .. i 'L .',L,'e, ,7ho ex.-
ercieid the imiportar,.a, CL.t s cf du peroa-
ncl under M. Je Fieycin.t. 'I'M ih eiuiltcant, for
1. Herbette is intima'ly cIunecrl -,vith Gambe,-
ta, and is believed to havia ha ,' gLe, deal to do
with the recent complicationE.
According to the Rappi', the wheat crop of
France this year will be about. one hundred million
hectolitres. This,it is tLouagat, will be sufficient for
home consumption.
Mine. de Mletternich, the witty heroine of innu-
merable stories and inirigues during the second
Empire, is to spend the winter and resume her
long interrupted receptions ain Paris, much to the
satisfaction of the Paris tradespeople.


PARIs, Oct. 5.-Jacques Offenbach is dead. He
was seized with an attack of gout yesterday while
leaving the Theatre des Nouveaut63, where he had
been attending the rehearsal of a new review for
which he had composed some music. and he died
this morning at his residence on the Boulevard des
Capucines. The Opera Cumique was preparing to
produce his new and most ambitious work, Les
Coutes d'Hoffmann,'" at the time of his death.
Besides thiz, Offenbach leaves behind him only a
thre-'-act opera, La_ Belli Lure,.." *vhich is to be
performed tLia seI&sGa at the Renaissance, and a
few compositions of slight importance.
ITALY.
LoN:.-,-., Oct. 1.-A despa'ch to the Pall Mall
G,.'i,-c from Genoa Ea :-S-en. Garibaldi landed
at S o'clock this morning, and was received with
the grwaest enthusiasm. He appeared much pleas-
ed with his reception. k'erfect order prevailed.
The General drove straight to hl.s daughter's house.
A dexpaUc' Fhorni oroe t3 the ih Dai".' c sys-
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to (-.noa by .h,- band o.ef ecnotit Garib.ldl, is
intended to allay the L.,, .' ,.1'? r,.sentrert. Vig-
o" n'u r.e.s;:res have b:4 i L o to .,a the Ge-
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pas-engei ihot, and whv may [lity -nor b'2 accoraniodat-
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From the AVe-< [Bidie-, &e.

The R. M. S. Beta" Capt. Shaw, arrived from
Jamaica on Friday morniijg, and sailed from St.
George's same afternoon for Halifax. Our West
India files are to hand.
JAMAICA-It is expected that the Bish.ap Elect
will be consecrated in St. PIIl', Cathedral, ou the
28th Oct.-St.. Simon and St. Jude-The Church of
England repairs will cost $f10,00. but the Gov'r-
aor will only advice a grant i'i aid and not. meet the
whole cost &,a desired, Tb,.- effects of the storm,
uot having n sumed the pr-,portions of a oreat. cala-
mity. private and paroolial -'onrees will, it is c'nii'd-
ered, meet any extreme caies."
The Govermnor has pie;,ir:: iu publisbing for eeu-
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received fr.mi Mhe Govern'.-rt 13 B.rl)ad,. :--
B:-rhados %iv.vi fie h'nu.r'*d piuuds t,:, Jamuaica
Hirricaue Fund."
His Excellency, deMirin.' prouiply to a-ku,:wle,1ee
this voluntary amlntac t.ei'-;l .ct.!' l' a tiStc "' 0.-
b dJ remove tny v- rn .,n.:u 'ua i,,i"pire ;i:,-;; *.-, t,:' t.' re.
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P111LADELPI1IA, S~ept. 3'j.-TUE RJEADINU CONi
VANIES.-Lt iS SKIN that thC Dnet reCeiptS Of th.
ihe p iri.mi,.; ,.,!.-:.., ,. of, a *.-" ,'v:'.,:'' b ..:iii e. pol,.cy ia ih i*




:ea':ing trHqle su an the Dhu Readnt dCo:.l udad Iron
.,(.,panv for th'nionto'ao:p-,lfrom iber.n eaft.ee.h.-.rg-
n- up all rentals'' .ri, excee:. the sum of .,1,i20 Up1y ?.a.
maTn41 as n".ar &a? posei'-"'e- :,in:e lantbracite !uei ha?.

PnlLADELf'iIA, Se.p, oJ.-TLaE READING C~oI-
?.,.No5.--It is stie that th net receipts of the
P.ea-.ling Railrc?.( and th:, Readt ag Coa^l aad [roa
PCimpany for th month of Septem~ber-, aft.2r ch~trg-
ing up eli rentals, exceeds (he sumn of $1,*200,0,)0.
-)u of this the receivers have concluded to pav on
the 5th October thCie sum of $109,000 on account. c
of the money borrowed by them, for which certi-
ficates were issued. The loan was $1,,000A000, to
pay the interest on the consolidated mortgage bonds
t h a n f a l l i n a r ii n ..R n t h a ,, ,,r i .w.a.-% f t h in n I ^ a m- -


.From our S/,.;(.7 ,po,'tin Cor,,-cf,.:id i.
DE-in MR. EDITOn-YOU must really have thought
that I was going to serve you a shabby trick when
you failed to re,.:-ir,. my proinisedl jottiugs in time
for your last L-sue, but to tell yout the honest truth,
I was so very l-,us"w getting' n my household and stud
in proper order that Tuesday was upon me before
I had time to tur-a round1. H.w:,wcver', by strenuous
efforts and long eLn:,.tt,).i with ray groom, I
managed to get my "mnouat'" rea'v for the all-
eventful Thursdavy, 'i.l jc-ed alon-to the R. B.
1'. Club in ple-uvy ,of ;,,w I.) ,u. a look aL all auri-
vals. I had u.:nt l:n:- t w;ait.: tLe well-known
notes of the Mat,'-r'-i '.rn m-1.e na oIld "sober-
-ides" prick uip Li- oi.r; ndi ri-uniud Keaue's corner
came Faurh-,L--iEl-h' ud. Lady Gray," while
al'j, -' tlhe Pro.:',-::.t .-,t 1 ,-:a e a c-.;iple of nag,
wh,-),, riders 1. -4.,..': if thlvy meant real work,
and i:.lenty of it. I --.1 gettiug- r:-ther fidgetty
though, for as y-et I.h not -ais'-ht sight of a siu-
4Ie habit, and. a-. y-1: Hn,- v I rak.-t, it my esp.'.-ial
pi)Viuce o etorc-r t I- f.i.' E .- s al'on-2 the road and[
s_..ow themra th.- i i-r. uti :aii mo.'t' of the fuu, I
wa- f tcliun' 1.iu.-' ," -?n,)u t I q uI-kly cheeei' d
uLip, and ;ga ,- ny h.:i .-, .6 c t.'..h -,ft th'u spur a-uil a
.1l'k at tl,,:..- a:,ui i'.oi .) pull uv..-lf tog-tle, .a
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..~ ... thi nk.hr," .irun: 4 ,. O,4,_, se, t' -d f.y lly tod wear-
init t.-. R 'al T-i1: '. . t. ,,- L.. aT'a "^,- donlf
-v.'rt !.,..g dtwL-ind- 3,.: .H--un-tv c.fmrae iattliii
alreg the grass aL.' o\.- the "v-lir anw d throu' o.-
_eel. into the roaJ,.. I. Ein-. y old e-e. g-ood t.)? Ce
the beautiful ..tylb in wh.i -h 'the little brown pony
took her jumlps,, anrd I a a.ked the fnii owner what
she called her pony .h, said "(-azelle," aud I
could not help t iiin c' a most appropriate uame,
as I think her j mLi',; pow,,r srmeil fully to war-
rant it. W,- turne ~'in: a"t Huntley" for a List
stretch, and so on tu thLo Strawberry Hill" pro-
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