Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00045
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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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 15-Vol. LZZI. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS 24s. per Ann


Hfamillon, Bneiiuda, Tuesday, .9 november 9, 1 SSO.


Notice.

Extensive & Important

Auction Sale.

The Undersignea has been favoured with In-
structions
TO SELL,
BT PVU ZIC AUCTION,,
ON THE
17th ,ovr., Proximo,
At 12 o'clock Noon,
At the Officers' Mess 1.19th Regt.,
St. Georges,
A large quantity of Valuable
Household Furniture,
And other Property, belonging to Lieut. Colonel
P'. I). Vigors, Officers and Mess ofl-19th iReg.,
Consisting in part of:-
D DRAWING ROOM CHAIRS, (Cane Seated)
Easy CIIAIRS
Rocking CHIAIRS, (Cane Seated, &c.)
Dining Room and Bed Room CHiAIRS
MATTING Dining and other TABLES
BLINDS
CURTAINS, (Rep, Muslin and Calico)
Iron BEDSTEADS, (large and small)
Camp BEDSTEADS
MA TTRESSES, (hair and spring, &e.)
Dressing TABLES
LAMPS of every description with Reflectors
GLASSW'AEt DELF CROCIKEItY
SAFES, (Meat, &c.)
Mosquito CURTAINS
Kitchen UTENSILS, &e. &c.
ALSO,
If not previously disposed of
The well known charger and hunter
S The Knight
of St. Georg0e,
Charger and Driving Horse
CAI EL,
I Four-wheeled WAGONETT E,
for I or 2 Horses, with Lamps, Aprons,
Cuihions, Pole, &e., in very excellent order.
1 CARRIAGE, with Pole
I Tea CART, on Springs (a most
8ritable Article for Farmers aud in first
clas order)
1 Pair Carriage LAMPS
1 MARE 1 Set of HARNESS
S1 COw,
(Good a4d very handsome) to calve in Deer,
next,
I WARDROBE, with glass doors
I CARRIAGE, in vwry good order
I Set uf 1lARINESS in very good order
AA1 YACHT,
(1lj Tons) with Sails, &c.
1 DINGY, with Sails
Racing GIG (four Oars) with sliding Seats,
Rudder, Oars and float louse,
4 Rugby Union FOOTBALL.
Goal Posts
8 Boundary FOOTBALL, Goal Posts
PIGEON Hole BOX for Papers
lee BOXES REF IGERATORS
2 Large Wall LAMPS, with Reflectors
Files of "TIMES" Illustrated PAPE tS
MAGAZINES, &c., for 1878-79 (vizt., Corn-
hill, Blackwood, Fraser, &c., &c., bound
and unbound)
A Quantity of WINE, and other Articles too
numerous to mention.


1 POw 3SOWS
I BOAK 27 HENS
3 COCKS 8 DUCKS 4 HlIENCOOPS
4 FORKS 3 RAKES :34 PICKS
1 BPADE 2 Water P'OTS
2 Iron Fire POTS 3 B A I ROWS
3 HOEE 1 Barrow and BA.RREL
SCUFFLE LINE and CAPPEllt
I SLEDGE 3 SHOVELS
1 LAMP 1 Mosquito NET
I Door MAT I PORTMANTEAU


Further Particulars of Property and Cot.diti-
one of Sale may be obtained by application to
the Undersigned.
W. T. ROBERTS,
Auctioneer.
St George's, November'1, 1880.-3


Received,
Per BETA from Hali/ax,
2 Handsome Carriage

Matched ; kind and pleasant drivers.
3 Heavy Draught HORSES
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
SReid Street.
November hst, 1880.6-2


Onion Box Mate-,
rial, &c.,
Cargo of Brig "Dauntless" now loading at
Bangor, comprising the unlermentioned,
viz.
30000 Onion Boxes


Of the usual superior manufacture,
20000 BRICKS
HAY, FIREWOOD 4. L
BER.


UMi.


The above may be expected about 10th in-
stant, and will be sold on accommodating terms
to approved purchasers.
S. S. INGH.AA1.
Hamilton, 2nd November, 1880.-2 3p1
ESTATE OF
The Late Jamnes Cox.

Notice.
.LL, Persons having just C LA.I.gS affainst
the Estate of the late JAMES COX,
Stone-mason, Pembroke 'Parish, are request.
ed to send in same on or before the '30/h day of
November instant. All Indebted to the above
Estate will please make payment on or before
twI above date.
ROi(lIT VwII'TrE,
SOLOMON SIMMONS,
E.reciio rs.
Hamilton, Nov. 2, 1880.-3

EFor .Sale,
Ex Brigt. .Jl1 A S O ,


NOTICE.


The


Triad Firm
Open.


is 619'oW


Come one, come all,
We're now prepared for any eall,
So walk in Gents and icad the newsos,
Whilst we mend your Boots and Shoe-es.
PLACE, DICKENSON & CO.,
Boot and Shoemakers,
Now beog to announce to the public of Bermu-
da that they have opened Shop in the above-
named business, over the Grocery Store (f Mr.
David W. Hughes, Fiont o street, (East ofTown
Hall) Ilamihon, where they hope, by their dili-
gence and circumspection to business, to merit a
share of the public patronage. Mr. Place, after
eighteen years experience, eight of which have
been spent in thle Firm of John IRogan, Esqr.,
together \%ith those of his junior partners ( I D.
Dickinson amd W\. Zuill,) now seeks to clkain
the riglit of a public test in tihe above named
business. This Firm guarirntees to its palronl
the most modern styles of E nmlaud, France and-
America, as seen on our F.ashion Plate of ISS0,
and whilst bespeaking in behalf of ithe above-
named Firm we ,most r-specilully beg to inform
our friends and the public generally that all
work entrusted to our care will be executed
with neatness and despatch.
N IB.-All orders for work to be sent by mail
must be ace 'mpanied with the money, including
postage.
Terms moderate, C. O0. D., and no soutid of
the ('lock.
TRIADl) FIRM (Sign the Tri-colored Boot.)
T. J. A. D. W. A. ZUILL
PLACE, DICKENSON & CO.
Hamilton, Blermuda, Nov. 2, ISM0.


50 Barrels Mapes Prepared
a m W ,-v By te Barrel
Bermuda Brand. By the Barrel,
SAt lowest Prices for the Cash.
THU S. Io. P1TT. Apply to
Hamilton. Nov. Istl. 1860.-2* Q % TINR.TI-TAX


NE H BOOKS,
Suitable for Christmas and New Year Presents,
just received from London,
And on sale at the Royal Guzelle Stationery
Store.
liamilton, Nov. 2, 1880.

V. s. 'o it
Corner of Queen 4- Reid Streets,
Ilamilton,
Is now receiving ex Solway" from London:
Gents White SHIRTS
Genii Oxford SHIRTS
Youth-s' White SlIRTS
And a Choice Selection of
Fancy Articles, 'Toys,
Suitable for Christmas Presents.
November 2, 1880.-3

FRESH PORK.

To be had at No. 1 Family Grocery
Every SATURDAY Y,
Until Further Notice,
At 7d. per Lb. for C. 0. D.
In the hive we are all alive,
With malt as sweet as honey,
If you are dry step in and try
But don't forget the money.
C. P. S. JEM1ME TT.
North Side Pembroke,
November 2nd, 1880.-3


A. LEBRECKT,
Tailor and liabit Maker, Queen Street.
November 2nd, 1880.-tf*

Christmas Cards.
New Year Cards.

Received by the SOL WAY from
London,
A Choice Lot of Christmas and New Year
CARDS ,
Which will be ready for Inspection on FRIDAIY
next at the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, November 2nd, 1880.

For Sale,
A Fine Harmonium,
By ALEXANDER.
Suitable for Church or Chap Il.
Apply to
G. F. BOUCHER.
hlamilton, Sept. 21st, 1880.
ASK your GioLer for A. E. WHYLAND'S
ASOAP,.


L .
Hamilton, 5th Outr., 1880.

.JD VICE
How to get rid of your bad co'd.

Go to E. A. EYER,
OUR CONFECTIONER,
As millions got curedl by his celebrated COUGH
DROPS
Old Fashioned MOLASSES CANDY, good
for you and your children.
E. A. .MEYER,
C,.r. of ViLrtoia -treet & East
Broadway.
Hlanmilton, October 19, 1880.-3im

)C T. CONYERS,
WVilOLESALE & RET'I'AIL

AND IE D ILER IN
Teas, Cor ,es 0% S Igfrs.,
A.ND
English and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 18SO.-n6m

THE BERMUDA POCKET
Almanack, Guide & Directory,
1881,
IS now in course of revision and preparation.
Parties who have changed their places o f
business or hose namos atid occupations a inny
have been incorrectly stated, or whose names do
not appear in the DIRECTORY, will oblige by
addressing the Royal Gazette" Office.
This Publication having a wide circulation in
Bermuda and abroad and purchased by all Tour-
ists affords Advertizers unequailled ftacliie..
Application for advertizimng space should be made
as early as possible.
DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Proprietor and Publisher.
hanmilton, Sept. 24, 1880.

Freight and Excursion
Boat



Tplt1 Undersigned takes this method of re-
turning his sincere thanks to his Patrons
and the Public generally for the liberal support
they have extended towards him during the past
ten years, and having replaced the S3OM ERS"
by the well known Boat UNION" for the pur-
pose of carrying on his business hopes with the
assurance of punctuality and reasonable charges
to receive a continuance of their favor.
(C 'T[he 'NION" will fly a similar Flag
to that which she carried during her Mail cr-
vice.
Thle U." can be obtained for Excursion
Trips, Freighting, &c.
IVM. J. LIGHTBOURNJY
Hamilton, Oct. 5th, 1880,


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astonishing.
GEORGE OAKLEY.
Hamilton, June 7th, 1880.


ALL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bnth Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work and Wood Work Clean and
Bright
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing


"P PR IDE OF TI'tiE KITCHEN."'
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
11. K. & F. B. THURBER, &CO.,
Proprietors.


FOR SALE,
By Late Arrivals.
I wAGON, by DeWolf, to seat 4
2 TOP BUGGIES
I PARK PILETON
RIDING SADDLES SIDE SADDLES
RIDING BIHIDLES and BIT.S
RIDING WVIiPS Extra Quality
DRIVING WHIPS from Is. up
SINGLE and DOUBLE lI.ARNESSES
LAP ROBES RUGS HORSE I IL AN.
KITS
WATER-PIROOP) HORSE COVERS
COLLARS HIALTERS
BREECIIINGS REINS and othras parts
of HARNESS
WASHERS Axle GREASE
LANTERNS VACUUM OIL
&c. &c. &e.
ALSO,
Expected by early Arrivals from
New York and IHalifax,
Several Fine
Farm i1 ORSES,
Extra Garnet Planting Potatoes,
Barren Island PISH GUANO,
The Best Fertilizer Imported.
PI.OIGIIS and FARMING

OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street. adjj.ining
Army 'Pay Ollices.
October 25, 1880.-3
Estate of Walter WV. Darrell, Esq.,
Deceased.

Notice.
A LL CLAIMS against the above
Estate must be sent ini by 20th Novem-
ber next for settlement, and all persons IN-
DEDTED to the said Estate are required to
make satisfactory arrangement of their respect-
ive amounts by the above date.
ANNA S. LDARRELL,
Exceutrix.
Southampton, Sept. 20, 1880.

Removal.
'il"lE Undersigned informs the lilialitants of
t Somerset Parish and the Public generally
that he has
Removed his Offlce
from Mr. Richard Been's residence to hii new
Building "MOTE SCRISTY," near Masonic
Lodge, Mangrove Hay, where he visits Profes-
sionally every Friday.
Also, takes this opportunity of returning his
grateful thanks to those who have so kindly pat-
ronized him, and trusts that they will give him
a call at his new Ollice, where they will see that
he has turned to account their liberal support.
W. 0. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F. A. A., I). S.
Mote Cristy, Somerset.
Sept. 28, 18O.

Bermuda Hotel,


AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL,
PPnOPnzISTOW?,
West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodations and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, 1o80. --6n



T HE Undersigned has Received
from London a first Class

With moveable figure", designated '[he Zulu
Band." Is prepared to attend, at very reason-
able rates, Juvenile Parties, Concerts, Piec-Nicas,
&c.
The Music is first Class and the wonderful
movements of the Band are most amusing and


For Sale,
DINGY


(BLINK BONNY) Complete,
With new Cruising and Racing Sails, I Set of
Moorings and a Kedge; Oars, Boat Hook, &c.,
comipletc. "' Has never been beaten."
Apply to
LT. CHAUNCEY, 1-19th,
St. (e'orge.


Ucoin-.r 23, 18'0.-tf

7'o Let.
STHE METROPOLITAN
M-A 0 HOTEL
Queen Street, Hamilton, with STAILE',
OUTBUILDINGS, &c.
Apply to
M. S. HUNT,
Hamilton.
Augusr3lst, 1880.

Charles A nderson & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
II Cullum Street, E. C., London.
Consignments of Island Prodie and Ind nits
of GoOds, promptly aimil c:t'rltlly atteideil t.,.
June 1, 1880.-G6m




SPECIALNOTICE!
Direct JMonthly Steam Communi-
cation between

Bernu da& London

STEAM ERS leave Lot.don the last Tmhursl..y
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Coimmission, .l-r-
chants, London, execute inden's for every Ido,
cription of Goods for shipment by these Stc,m-
era.
Ili-.Ii est Market Rates sc.-urod Ifor co i-'i.-i -
ments of Ioriad.i !ro.-iWe.
For Freiiht., Pas;sag", and a!l infurnmation,
..pply to
lR. P. A'TKIINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamnerp, fiamilt n.
June 5, 1880.-12 in
ALL Good Giocers keep A. E. Wl\ IVLANIS
(oleLrated SOAPS.


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S"LONDO N"



L IVE 0 F S TE.IM EIRs
FOR
Bermuda and Aassau1, N.P
IllPPERS are ifl'ori,-.d thit it is isitendtJ d
to de-pitch St j.i s !ips f1ruom the (l':istern)
London Iocks for thi ;ib.)o've ports as under:
Siea.mier-. Ton.. London. D)nrlnouth.
Solwav," 79-2 f lRh Oeir. 7th Octr.
Hima'ava" 803 17th Novr. l1th Novr.1
"So!way" ',92 2-2n11 l)ec. 23rd Deer.
R. P. TKIJS 4. CO.,
Agents.
September 30th, 1380.-3mw

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son wl.o may desire a supply.
To Customers in II-amilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st Apiil.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs.
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March 24th, 1879.



PAINTER,
DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHIES, GLASS
PUTTY, BRUSHES, &c., &c.
Every description of COLOR made ready for
ti e.
J. E. EVA NS takes this opportunity to thak
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
and will endeavour (as in thelpast so il the
future), to merit their continued fa.vours.
14 Queen Street, Hamil lon,
February 3, 18S0.


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CIVIL SESIuN

H--uOrablesIE:-t Et7I!ENIUS Ar'VEY and .T HI.;


Outctirbri-Ilge ,n-nJ. ivnot!er v. Ot-iai.g~ d
niEnt for dc itmlndnt. (urt.- ixI l~4I

Co4s tazed C') 7.a
U ichiardOson v. (r~r~~ Ti~ui ~
tifl, S 0.'3. (2o-.ts ttnx.-d 'i: 1.7.
Po-wcdll1t'. Wells..lJudinzeinu or v1hintitI. SlI ,

Beau v'. Saith ndaiA another. Fjx, C 11 1t --n I~-'Ll I ti t.
Costs taxed '1, 11).
Onterbridge v. 81-Yon: The C'ourt 1c felled thv- fur..
their heaving ci tii. ica-.titu 1SaturnyIic.
13th instant.
lorzbam tv. Bell. Motion fir ii~cw trial. I Zn 10 0isni .
P ule discih tvg':d. JW fieiirPlar'it~t. Jl uO.
C,,r)tt3 taxed 13
A."djourned t Stov'(bt 1 ir xt, Tt'lIh IA'-~tat 1I1
a.m.


Er- s r F r F. r
Nov. :N-IBriot-. FlulL1, '3fi ii 1h .Johnii, iN.. .;a ,i
edii cr~go to W. '1' ,Lflr-A.
6-H iO. C. T.d2:zrieMutI *...'.Tdj
el )0 J. 'I'cr ii. 'AL.11 .N'v Il:. .


Thl eR. M irif rf Tia m C y Lo
expe-ted to arrive to-day.
'11l.o S. S. hihii here I ivJ t w 4f.;
N. P.. 'i '. I '' ~ I.3lim-t1Ilmhu i 1~
npple:i for 1 110 loiiunn in'a'k ct;
1.1. Sh .1ips io)',v cxp r-kdii it. leriii ida .4.'
floral Liahiragx with -nn Ei.-lkii. `Jail. T-,n-,r i'-oni tile
31edterai an.Engorl, fIy
B3arboi'.io3 1. ljIanOwt iroilli Jail 11t eia.
HI."A. S. D iCaptai l-ii'mncd~v fnieta ;7t. joiliis,
Newnt'imnlawd, ri rived oil Saturday last. Czipvin K'.1l
when at Newfouradlaitidgaive his atitejtion. it sr-(rns, to
other matters t haft tI lpoG 'tion of the Fi~shei ii~the
pni ne: pal obiject of Iih intisis-ioli to that. I Aiidan. I-To haq
Di~en imrsL sucet 'q ;f l iii I irAttT1t4 to doel.. iIltie
%inter over' the Fuel: Ca lied M erlo in,''-ti tuael jil-t
illSiLdU the ertiance of the harbciur of Si. Johns.l.-threo
i!stenrti by Liut. iEhgin 1:1l!, at tlt z~lrip. 1,11cdepth
i.Ei voltar fnow uverit~e Merlin" k t-'eonty-c-u, lt f"--ot,
t.q i t t an.1ll p ip-9i Ia llo tn ier Li-k-ioti r, nr.. i td
that rock i.1 111-11r~ticjived.

A (MIAN-D lNAVA L SPECTfACLE.
Onl the 3nigbt ~of .'hin.idlay Ia~t itg-and naval.
spectac-le V.as wituc- scd from theNorthlern'li Ilorc
of St. GTeorge'R, by1w:iurmdr niS Of ~ettm. trc
theteiby the buoilliux of 12u..' :~, iLud the Jdisplny Of the
Elcetric ULight fmoaui 11 .S.N /~a~/i. llEL7n lv-
in-Y in Murray%' nhr~e-u'pc. t nu
einy's co.-t -rind conqus~~eu I y. Nva.,,prepared t.) de-
feid hesrself a,,ainst au attack by torpedoes.
''fhe method of defeuce euN'' in the-- hl.i~c-io
Iking yconstantly ;,wept- 1%v th,? Ekct--c Li;,"dtf to
detect the appronoih of a Iaintile flotilla, a ur of a
ibunber of Spars snd boowz. extCendring ait light
nngks 'lfrom the 4hsip'qo Side,. froim (1111-ends (--f wm
(1'ooms) were snitpeiid( dI Wive n-4, enpct'AY p tlv1-
('lreling theO _'hip -tho-se exLic"idiug all r.-Jiildfthoc
1..iup at. Short inter-VAis to aPt t.lap-ed..P h.P hit i
proaciling close euotigh iu uiplujioherbe.torpied-uevs
with any effect. The s'jip w-iith li ibim ready and
dE-cks cleared Lfor aw.tiou.
The. attack-was onl-c by the. lVij',?r aud tulpc-(o
boatti abvut midnight (:f of eium.;the :,tilme ol att'.1k
NVV.14 utlak-own to the defeniders,) audd met xith a
warm reception fromn tI beYvr1'h,7,11jit~lo, Ii) jidgle
from the hot aund iuncessant, firing N-hili took place
-but, through the rtEsait hvit not trat!)pi).iie-, the
ship would appear to~ have beaten. oft hier a~s;,oulant-3.
rrho A ort/ainptoa rettivucil loi C. rns. D-ay tiif
next niorwninpr, -with Lill hric ylCeparat irms for defeucci
itt ~ LI il.;)t.'e ndo Sua prot sted into thle
Caaibre.

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derv ed'ajn iontin tmni~e~,itAwonld .nlv be an eawr.
andi~ in that ea c thy NOWiit f wonii not. be eflttkle
tu the Ini:'~.smsp(im of 4, al Umph~:.ire tuid Iloot re-
WWcI! -i'GO Bat t;:n -hntis Honer atled rlthat
el-n if the e.j- ~l~toIj ,lk,:'e. nin tht
L WE n l;'a iilWiTA 4the DTdhe P ~o~dop! ne.
'... :aiaCc rif L.,Q U> ~v loAbytiK pt'o,-i nL g-
APAIi,.MAr HY ll 16yor. jutiine in f''c
AM AP SO 011104 A WA i ohN I favo
n-! Ow rmteS f bp kernt hD. vl4 -* 1.
fc.:~ ie ts tlini tO. .13''loflL

Aft anal.-~.-c. f n. arly all hculr i.e juIry I.,?-
ine (:N o 4 i to('ert 11th a 1.:rdiat Or th: 'IjNtjft
I IR' dN-t&gcS fo-r detention 1!.

fi-ayfo Tfie paintVf. lor rfrqt-ricF



t171"A OU o.: f lD.~i.".itle ltoo .:t 1:-Y iptonut:-4. 0

to ri' ,.pn~ fo

l~ e-bo.liU'I ~~ uL
0 0p A U, C'' -!tI? rt 11 C. ain o t11 ti ..'DI
7H DAV GO-at "I Id :1.-iag tho .Ic-v b:7ofj



in .0, f (~i 0h I ?t d lfi bI. 'L''! jW.


(Ia. .0 e. a-1 os !`:l.-J r Iv, al- -.I to .,ti:u
14 A t4. nino lirdladt, ad Fto i icr!.e
onAI ri A A !V roAf ~r T'iy I ii i .tO'Cthe le-
f aoibu sly Pat-, 1intsal,'f!hd obtim 7,? I' C"u: l iel
fi tbA- t hr Im! MeT"m W An-:. bu~1t Ro tde' i1.fan
uiiit That aniL~l l! ''lhillL smcitll :n 31 TII in T
011'h- i '' b"'' lri'n EIt on t i2- 1.

f lI Se -ti.-I -ifr1 Hayit,,h ear!.,,lie ii Jufizi l theqe
finil-dn't -,ovPaid burn the ot2Li, an c'the 12h of


R!"in 1 ts line tAN to ft-nilant nfext r cdny atl
1110A~ A.ti~ thi-e'Ic.h.torI tt lous'. R- dtlItItv.9124 Ol-
& hendirnt paUidim istii Fa 5All, liand on the.I th TV


in 11h Jpliiri l*, I,,,t was coint~ ~- htia~
Q2.i-lUO, tlk-: 1htiiOnf Wt. vilftba10t Chy At the

AS-t ilii V. mahiitip t m to I1inicut tovestth~ill:e earinde

IIC~t 11111V- did 11ot in-foIu"Ib hill) f thi-ir niior'rr-rpt. 'u
-. i *. (i lOff i~.~e-l hiUa th" 'tIheY Ihadbeen
pahl for thy ran:iis ig arid uhad tile .a11: 1in banthOY
waroe, iiiut 1in ltgm :.thramehi- embaed SULU d fam'1nyiJI
that such was not thme ..A5.t'i wiHnon-u dc'ctuic:
Iceing I hat if t' o' 1rr. n by LI % id a of cndhlt, oi
b .n--pos~in, o on'lorluts linniseiffi at '. -
oilir myiory ei..annaIv infesr the exislemw o f aR-00
Wan oltte 41-f frt! whether file party intends 'that
F:os W11l d do so or nd::, it has t he cIit m;ththe
r'.l Iv "Aifig that l III~'~ o Nlfl'h o l -.i m e ocidiict.
01i lL~IMAc. cannt ahOINIvAo- ,-ui'-cy tin C rcAi-'
U1le Wkufm.!C j(c, fr I :- d aw&I Ofis lk s col : tcx.u-C


OnI I t f Iip '
sal' c~~~~~~~~.ja:irI. l'T--in ~11i J:% ;-f c 12m'Aer:-


I i..- .. a-. IaTii' ."ri' I.o.-~- ie o
(2?~~Ut 10 tLl ii101 ,--o 2:r LualiY
raI': ,-L2 fal a. L 01-1. t' 1lo ,11 c::C



u 1. IIt 4L

hit '. '' 0i -- 421 >Lt'lz.~ ~lxIa,.iotinee 0 ,.utlo i! .Ilto-I.O
0 Ii i'' i -slanti-.,i tir ih 011 4:
17 T 1 1 -T


~0 T~rl leld, ci(.-OuI ot'iiriilrre.\'ok rulnary ',I I, -
C, d)I I ahi.-r-um'o ohnhej4 r f,;i dlen o R eim '.Cst lto
toll ,


M rFee Roycel CGazette.
THE NEW LANNDS BILL.
A j d thisfll iw na- i'.udar Il *insion ion 'ousof- o

Oi-wL-j, rnw! it is r :ok:r;hifot0?!oihdi:Ias wuwi.as thei
Wco.-leluro to ill]o-Oildd (a cow!: 4 pliiollifls, to
EvIAC1lugaha!-t jljU !CCii t In. M, ilat cii ~lcuil.atd to
cI) vulia!ch -ae telhoe cornoinin it v by iOLFI;iLCq dim-ac
t-at"Ad r~t-oi, cjw ei) Vix o~Lti-:, rod: '00 c ow!isi,l I i.Ad

iF Ji-!tjw(-tJ',' 3tam& Kr, t! In. oo-r i i,'. the Ai-conl'.v

-tp w c t .- Il, 1- LL'h .

OR M-' i Qn. Pucpcc ti~Liacee i,-dl y- liE-li, -,oI i C.-so.ii
a 51w: AlcA:. thiol 1W ll A0-l wnec' Ifi do:- ai'U:
paad Srfiucte ek rlmi M uat upo-o Wtno a i nuuLt t, f : cn '.~'


W~oad ow'othn r 1['Tic 10ioiRk cdiaz Iw'r hil to W~
u1tp i i .n p t;i XAO'of Lit'Lti. 2'-
r 1:Utle p~~( .10 1 1 p 1V I' t:ncl. i-n-'E.-. IL i~la- j.
A 0d he' W'ONV dal thit A joa 2nce.ary 'A Lil'li. W';--1

I-1ubiihFiu c'ch and a byl: .I i it. beiliv' o .1a out 0,1.nil
Call be tahcen 'Then h-.r, it .-1111in i h veo 1cn1 1'i n.
I[Mdi n m i ec-irl .*r' tlife civil,,.,c'in ch et c- i or o (ar
wodew !cl rii ag At '~0the COMii1?hlun. i11.1i F, qhe

i' OI.h c-Pofi t do an-l'. *,o 'i- c ii
tc :, i- irlThal., ia' .1 Mb.C i to thi~ m e II!! O'ic2 A1 .~0;i~i1

i Lae. ~cli iii'. ~ lIF. o~1 ~'. eiV l,. O i ." t3 -.3 i
I. o !v'
01. ia l-SI. Ii. V ."(.U' tC I.',tl Li e' th iii i.I-3-. 31

iNLhni':-.-tvdil h 11.I.IL..,1 111L LIi .'O im Of rOW Jui- to IoiI
-Lve l''IiIrthe l1'PA 'lit3 l"t and If Iplaed anio'rr
ile 110? L cc-a-i oi l 'itic clo l6v (wo Q uait c -toi f attild
CLICO. ('allno .'liing ia11f it? .. ,M ~bernw.re iro-.
fa:I Ooiiv ~hit O .. LuT O ArV0h0a1 cui~ Ihenourx ~-t~o

QW10t (di love, inanI-ilon-i ch10.motod"lAli a lndutoali

thie oue-,twin b o ~put to the 'itton'ic-y (Aew'-rah, 1ho
replA thIlat;th1 BMllWLaol 1(tung b)tdo ~ni 4h S


sni.ed thai dIc -tne 'c 'teom;l p byuv Hie '1;:11il
bab..ria ---i b'athe I eni 00:, "ho''Land
( LoWahd. ckct" Ar ol 1I&.,rha.nd.,Z11 -let 1ri I aeh
hoad k-c-on deaw I vho.'tac Fl-i:t am: iod 0 eotcxiw-tnerd'2
coliOVC';'% Ili i al t Pot 0. J a i-l n tl)iY' soow:m-y i.

th a nt Act:, 6101i ,the-ir iaa- iev .ipha11i ot I.) .10 -
klnot M0i'a Wi-., f-,V imP-. IL i r.3- CAji 0i, U!,Uh -tI
Icv '' 1;It .Ii '. ja.l ." "-vI tig~ be Fl'' n -il


t 1 G,:'


1 : 1 h'r di v i .) OZ u I 2 y eC all'i j v1 i h o n a .. I : : :

i."aght a~a bl mIC 2! hv-el o ;ofhoceiucloCincrenv--jI lar-
go' Lil nJE LiSS imm1~onm. OnGaupenmy it. it lI.00 iones
,.O:.n cu.t cd R. LlCJaioL wait,(11i1 Ii'qoa I Wo-r~tid


'T MP .i:In l io.- .- -A14 2: -jlLI






'to(.o O'SPODETTS-" '."was received a t
N~o Wetcan hear 111 ':c-nngfor.',publka~tlou iu E..--


4L.,


!I P!


('C E .iET aPT 1V 'c' Fb'. .TIiiIi1-
ton, on Thit~Ind i ylm1, ,uin i F -;. on.i vI 7at iV ait


El iiri1~r (it.iu~lL. f iv- 1:7Mr. C. Eii. CMw


%~t h '30 lmv TI~A4 C,-.: i or! yTWAYuqi'dc'


Jol diby Lo'tliIJ4 1. U!,vLl:4 (4*'I* :-jibid 1.jrhouul'x


(An'ffcry of tho ~iiaiLil'rnrv. Oxvford. If l't'o-
pl' would' I iruaid a-munia~ti 'thI I' azz ai i t. v 4~
of Is dthal Ii1oho ywd il u da
'I, y gu aGO t ilrlh ~ -.s Owy r~

mUn4C W01re gry tiani wih Ul cInoi2 r gl-



goodlyiiunfml:, (Jr u I re,ent.


qW ug o 1,llkton daeNorth S ide of Chnrelh
WEwill um.cr ti:'h, are ocks, which i.i by i.:i
'_ 1). ULie d1: rIL \. .21s~ e al t o s c
rf tfile i V1'.t IMLitlt:LJ. ro

Ihe PA 0. 1Re. ;cdi~ng ~Houms A~ ,lM l iava n F


r ,t i 01'vu : S iD i .1 oi Qclal Pn e .)f _-'ti Vic P -esl'. C? It*-: c:3
AW ah1. '*ciu moiiuc. 'itla ti~ 'r
Nei.i~fcn Noti ;.o.1iT",:'y l I %V110 Js Otox Aioulc
lin i~b~et kaFI.NI. M1 et itod

A? Will].and r'-rl W()Ud io t 'W I-.~twI


t ia imlj ni't M] the rqn:r of aout ix
The M 00.-o fClocl- o taL 1ijdn, prou aieen~
Mond nd rmclNe, m VeeAttOn a bar L1Kn

munan nad amzie r 1) le d pumt in of about. lii, x

ing mrAu of &We hip't "n-,n whi~i, L3cI'Lh few
An~ numbm .phty fincidl wv.ith Lm.uch ewmC-rPi
Anp hk treckiq' of five m-iminutogWm- aulie.
ThW uym4 t, he c-mirc hi "-_adp3weri rput. througli a
i. tia~ber :,(tfid excrcise, wliih tlhv (.1j. with ~nn

so Nv~O 10% ni kctlip. vs au il Ld he iimi"ieisci
Q w.ar wih hem ; M-z M z mm tidn bxm
mIc.y k; ar. vi UK or woun d'd-. i


ra'ii~vdl. (JI-2 6. ie Uil t-j-be ad-
Waking A I oil 1,50~.r 3~
ir' POf RL-!,t; il. e ; i. .~,%u :.'


Glidy S day'p, froloa C~harottfe Tc'v.'n, P. E.

IF-ILL Ei,, SOLD,



To- or' -Wrded;y


The
Under


I1-041i Litstbait,rat 1-21 u'ck oe~.6 11() 0 11




:i.~ TATOF.'S. Slicted with 21C;Lt


yl: rrok of E.-I0'l- TNDT.rATh)ETF, VA-

2ti0 i,-i'mo'k; c.f l Pn-A-ji'Y..:PC TATOE,4
iC.(i-j -rS-III -A- Ari Tri
72 PnIles ILXY, v" rv eh':c't"T
2 1- ,If L i, 1AI- K. E ETEI
-F.1,1el::.;hAJ185 .2 Banr CG
SCoirdls FILEWOD01





T.. COWSLk O.
11al~itnDo mlmNo. J]41.-'o






P 31~iC)"L ,I rmNona, lMnday. tte. 1 25th


icIo ct I i J ro lifIiIwtoie ai! e e I ocs i I PA c
of ro!lwid adjoioi ],M.J 0H N 11. .J1.0 1K

A Plaid C~tshnere SHITJ flLq


"Pcii\Cih''Iled w veivi lbe -,i'en by the lUzi -
(10 ri ~.C-h aivPerso ii 101:o nay give suich
ilo-l W, 11 I as i.-Mh 10d to)le rc~ovr n-L
said 3h S'd 1. -cov ') h o

Hamilton.



C'~in4.- Ci!~ t~E~~'h~ a19h1 lWINi~


L' 1 N


E iY3_ J DA


r 9t 11, 1 1Iht:idz1


Ii botougraph G'-aIlery.



mw R, ti. 'ri'-(iTVT, J r., haviionErfitt'-d a Gall-
c'' tthe a bove fl--tiAtoI1(a( Place, is
prepaired to tL"lie


In ~II 1tile IiC'A 't E"!ylcs ande'.p~eer id~ly s : Is4
the l-:ilrowigne of' thoe IPizlic.
A d 'Pic t rc-s caudl, 'nIr r L nl r3n-1od in
an:1 i 3-e.(Jut-d':-.oor jrj:Seclt.





L'. S I0 Pu OI
a? 3 IIdkI t e-lcpne'l. Reid SF-I'ec lHau~ltoi~c
A roy "'a f ce
0 i il 'llQ-6to 1)Lo O 6 l

'IUltjxV3AND 1L-1LR I LD e.

r.i (wa r ii S 1) u r 1i ii;,, s, Ala rk tS ua r



b J -




-c, -Lt. co(7
Georg'-t". -


INOI., AICAND EN~G-4TUCLV, ITN., ihS(QI.,-
f.r to mY y ~ears a PNrtner or the Firn of Me.. acrK.1H. .
Tun-n'r LCo,. (if 0ltfiluore., 11(., and s;onjof thle late
Hocibte. Licho-hrahlJ. rjck-,.r of the briHou Jiotj, Soin-

To~~ho hJ,,nj,ij-tj-1~ ''I D,..,1Etiunor.', will

......2 Id ;ifih'1111V I'Wirjh, on Satur'day' 23rdith i~t: nt,'.
Enm~uldnL~oordall" WSO soof" 366ii ek~d
E'.'pEvon-geline Can, 9wuii
,.in a Pget UK on Alth~. M BtN.maul T.
AwsM;, oidest, mnoe of' Apnei aaui'tWiHItInm ~iiek.shed
1 0 yvi a The durf z, -..' LI-:d wa,:a umativ,'nof l'Turlhc' I larndi.
...... i ~t hi i o'F:~c h(?Ily Bay on [ip,3 21 -it1110.,
111%. 'uIuo.W.x'r; ~~I,-tt. head'can~ed aeof 8 ar.s
Onil a MO'~u.~F e'it-; 3 cii-'l?noi col 16 grar~idei eld~iiA.'o )

in Pieon boe MIAr 6vu c'SAt i'inr01s~,
A)Nj.3.S'iO-An, fifth Frn coft Mary Jaue mid Edwalrd. I
IF. Inghron, ageI 7 ilL-I and(C '11llfll1x


Bx Y PITJ B.LTCAiT-C'PI1
vu ro t 30OurStores,,


On TlIhursdaymnext,
The 11th Instant, i
At I o'clock P.M.,

S Onie IIandsame Brponi


Lately imported in these Iskuids.

B. W. WALZIER -& CO,,
-IfI No ,. Auctioneers.


Notice to- Fasriners

IOR SALE,
Ju.L Landed ex "- So, way"' fi'omLoildoil, a few
: Barrels of .-. -
i AS-HLEAFFKIDNTD Y N f

POTA TO E!
in prime cndclton for planting.
pz P A'PE'TST 4 k M


-. Fo'wif St.; I-Iainilion.
knr Ioafl --I


L~!.J. IlilOtil a, A '~Jti.~-~~


'n. cmvellirs of U'~ da

Par'ties leav ingor er'muda can oh-
Lain Cedae Work, colrIsistinry of:
N APKIN RINGS lReel STANDS
CA N 1) 1, ETI'C K S -Shirt STUDS
S ii r( IUTT'-C N 3 E-, CUPS VASES
E-g Cup STANDS Tobacco BBLS.
![-ahletto work Acacia D~o.
IMamu'da AR ROW RLOT, froam 21 lbs. to 50-0
li-ol.?y Cedar 'Berry Sy utup
'.au.'wa 8"mtre IiI Cayenkie- Pepper
Sca iRODJiS ea EGGS
Toi o!,I: wartaiatd the 1lroductd 3or utheo18

C. H. ROBIJsYSQA8
9th Nrovt., *rau-80.,


ICruip~ .Pf BIlkn''Dauntless" now loaduing at,
i;:zilgo COLuPipistllg the und'ei'nieiitioned,





,3 0 -hiA4'o -e -A0



L~p~t~h uiIo~it loth in-
Uild, f.;] 1P 1112', uof A.2,
'IffiL -adn-- .rm

I ~~ ~. ~ LA' GIL/IA.
'JailLooI, id Noivemuber, 1'880.-;33p


~'A h~i.fl.'loitt'f tI3-G-C',lUa ..a*'ii T1TY Ci PI ( ''T 10 N
con .- sa I-I.' dAbstr-act of tHi YCe Proc -'At
ings if the Uii~ tA.: tbyt: eie.a 'X
111 Aec()1it c~if fbic Yi..I ~v D Novi.. 3, i


13 ~at, et elulhd, Pernbr',ko, 2701 Ocr., 1980, ~i v~bi
11( WIm'I-:Of Willifam Cto!. rita hJ.",TC;htrnR. : On the *W1" ha in front of our' Stores, for beiie-
.I rn Fenli.ke, Thtai rd~is, :ht b.'t~iI fit of whom) it. may Concerni,

DIED,13.at 11:.-4 lajpe in ti ji Town,021 the 4th-- -..


Reenlyrefitted 'vith newvsis

ALot rd Lr:*td Ballast.


forraer'ly owlned 1-y Q. G. Goslin-, Esqr-.,



A Lot of 2fooringnq, Kedge, Chatii, &-c A

PW. WAL1ZE'R -k

Hamlilton; Nov einbcr 9, 1'S 0,


UY PUB1 1C Am OmT.IO'N,
FUND E R TIE PifW 1S1HED

(~ rrlnirSj4-Ity I i

The I Ith i nst., .'tt 1 'bk

The usijsal assort~nicnt' of GOODS.
9aiiiong1-lhieh will lbe founu':
25S. Garne~t POTATOE8
25 2.5Bls. ust Table POTATOES

j3 Tubs Family BUTTER~

1t DrtI-l alifix CODFI$SH
2~ Jhd~. -Eii-lis-h PORTElL
I Lighit BUVG CrY
:3 Its TAPINESS
I Dozen .iCarriage WIM1PS
6 D-;. Briight. Groce ry SUGcAR
I Vi'. HOJMINY
TrHalf Che ts En plisli TEA
,,-Ia L'is HITSand BONNETS.
2`0 JB ottIe s Tlle dl01i io iiS E E]D o f thIii-
iiiii.-oriat~ic.i wai-anted goo0d. This
',i HItlelas the a~tuLlca to replace the lost seed

AND,

I 1 Cood AMuch COW
I Fait COW'" for Beef.7
13.IV. WALKER &-CO.,
Auctiozneery.
Jlni-.Il*ton. Novr. HSbI)S.


Tu,.Ao


~ale.


.-


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I







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


S .-r~'~ a- ~ ~ ..~ ~ ~ ---------'--------------- -____________ _________


TAIKE NOTICE. .,

t1~ Aution S' tl of tlh H-TTOU:IfOLD(
t. F lNITURE :,nd other Property o-f the.
Offi e'eof the T-1t1h Po-5rt. will- tak.Ie place .t
their MESS ROOM, St- Georges,
ON WEDNESDAY, 17th instant,
Comminencing at-N.:oo.
For pI .t'icullars .>.e.efirst colunnam of th.i. : ,, ..,
NoTq ng)r, 9'tl1, 1.'0.




A I t4 tu4re-on Ofiheiiist1ry,

;* -.



I*y-
STho)2tlin:istait.
Doow *'pen at.. 7-30"; .:Lecture to co"inncire at.
.-. o. So lock
Admission 2/'.
Tickets i j& La' a t thi "'Roy al Gazette'
Stationery. Store- ntL. at Mt. H. A. Gran-

N'. b.-This is ai -lrst. of i;,ies of Lectures
on Eklrentary Cheniistry," which Mr. Clay
proposes delivering during the winter. Others

.. [ ... .. .. c ..- -
will blje-idwet ise. ill dmie .;.on e


Notice! Notice t
-.= *1
----

| Goods! Dry Goods !!


Have rc-eivf'd ex Steamship Solway," frclm i
London, a Iirae lot of

NEW GOODS,
WhViich mie 'n.,w opii .' 1h i'' or" s ahov( thcir
Of.'ce, for si'e ..it extrh.l;nty l rw Io es: i

PI ECdES Fine White COLTTONS,
at. 7. p-r Fit.c.'-
Fine' WidP Enii-h PRIN-i, ft 4-.1pei ,yaid
i1t 4 Whilit. H-;ic'ifL QUILTS e;h i
'White and Brown T-CAVELS, i.6 per dozen'
Ladies'-:-ind Gents' Caa'l< 'Hr ilierhi'fs '
White D.anmasic Tal-e LOTFIS, 4 each
Girls' afd WoCien's Stripel 1id h Ribbd HOSE
4 p e i to0e n ..".: *
Men's Whi9e O.xfod Smlt, i n ri'.-1
Men's Zulu Check IhITiS, la.r-e e
Twilled SHEETS, 3 f Ter pair .
White and G'rey CO'NilONS, J. i-. pcr yard
All Wool TWEED, 1,6 Er yard
Honeymoon White an' Color'ul DOWL.EYS,
1 each


And great many oth'-r Goods uiich too
inutmerous to mention.
Hamilton, Nov. Sth, 1B .


TabLle Potatoes.


Just Received, in Prime Order,
'-SUPERIOR TABLE


SAt 't :M .rket Price. '
Special Ra. and ,lescs, "s. --. -

.( .. ; _* . -' :. .-^. c('rt Street.
llaniilton, *N.vytiib 4 , i bt .. '-- -' 4
; i .t *f " 'i '*-','
'a.l .. ..
c--4



From' London pee. S. : olay,
SETTS: I-faudso o Carnage I-I"HAR

Setts HaicIsdsre Dog Cart HARESS',ES
Setts S1;e oi 'fict HA.RNESSE ..: ,
Draft.COL~4 RI and, IIN.AIES .
Riding SAVY. LES (extra London Finish)b
Very -Su.iefoir' Assottment of Riding aud
Drtvingy Wt IP S,1 i-din and Silver'
-,Modited. -
S):' From Halifax, N. S.
S1 _andsni e Chestnut


1 4 Seat WAGON, by De Wolfe,
Also, momently. expected from New York.
1 Handsome Extention Top Park
PHIETON
Carfi and Carriage COLLARS
Cart HARNESSES
.OG-HS'acE S wipg BARS..
Aiid'froim Shediac, N. B.,
4 Superior Farm ff)hORSES,
2 Milch COW S..
OUTERBIRIDGGE BROS.
Reid Street, Rov 8th,, 188),-2


G~irnet ~&ed


Potatoes,
Y) f$ -


The Undei.-i.,_ned ofole's the Cargo of Schoonter
".JJ .C it.er.' expected to anive in a fewI
d" ay- Wll tte fo0lli ;!;, viz.: f

Sp cii- c i a' i- -. ..- .i. . .
L -^ 'N. I a


10.00 -LBshels Heavvy Bila OA.TS.
100 D Bales 1 n. \Vhi, i..n. LY'ItA .V\.
All of the abovo wvi l lba .oi 'c, io: rl'es
frdm the Wharf, c. "
S.' s8I. 1.V- HAj.
flHaiiltoli 2dI 40 6vl er; I,8ei..l 8i p I"e


I


TutdeIr thi Pai tgli9;,O of HiFBI Exellmeicy My h:or-
(4e ,:'uralI
*rf ,q '{. : T A 1" r,

IK.C.M.G., R E.,
GC'tV'r'h.,:" -d Cmha.ll'm:hudir-iu-C'hief,
ON
Ilni oay Evii''
The. lIth instarni,
se', evaia of 'iae Laidies sar.(! Bentslem1iini-.i

% 8' 06 LL G "1 7 ., -4
SACRED CONCERT
AT THIE ECHANICS' HALL,

For the Benefit of tho Cburch and isilon Ilouse
on St. David'st Idalnd,
WVITH THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMME,
Commencin;g with Lloydi's
Ve XPe1u. 2aSida3mas I n3 21Ilat.

ORATORIO OF
SEsther, -i Beautiful

Queen..'-
PERSONATIONS.
RING AHASUERiUs...... Assr. Corny. G. O.Warren,
HAMIAN................. Major THanidlev, 1-19th,
MORDECAII-............. .......... ...... Kelly,
HEGAI............... .................. J. Do le,
HARBONAH-...................... W. L. Toddings,
HIGH PRIEST.......................... J. Smith,,
QUEEN-............................ Miss Hvland,
ZERISH..---...................... M ':', de 'oetlo on,
PROPHRETES... ........... ......... Mrs. Iubble,
MJOPPCAI'IS STER1............ ....Mi^s Toddings.
PART I.
1. C'oRuS-"- Hiuian, Haman, lo,:,. live lHamnal."
2. SOLO--I'bltlt, Behold this Mordecai, in ecoru.
3. DUET-Kiia ":;.d Haa.'ia, A saimi, a sonj otjoy.
4. SOLO-Proplu-teas.. L: o'er the wicked.
5. C('0 R" yT.---;i,.-l. O Isr.a! ('/ i/ S&'h Ay E!her
and Mlordeeai.)
G'. DoLE.T-- '.lar,,o', i ern, ndE /her, n,-th Chora. of Jc..s,
tGo thco iunt, th' Kin,.,.
7. SOLO- ;i'/,!c'n, ,.R-iih C'/,t,-a.<, To The? O0 Lord.
8. Croiui?-i-Hi-, tlhat northh If'rth and weepeth.
i. C'HonRtrs-God1 is the reiuie ioF His people.
10. DlALOoiEL.7/ <..'U i,'ihr, What. is it, Queen
Esther?
11. SONG AN, Du'tT--/ il,../ a,, -'a'Der, Lou, live\
our bealitouuts Qwueu. .
1I2. SOLO AND CI'RUs-H1a.te to th, Banqfuet hill. I
13. SoLO-Z'rei. lWhy should thifls-eb'ew.
14. CHORUIJ-The"n 'hbnll uo cre itsa--fadaow o'er
thee .fling.


PART I,.
1. !OLo-K'n.,, What honor and dignity.
2. DIALOGrIT-- Ki'7 and /-dainan, 0 Hfiuman Ha-
man!
3. CnoRus--AIba aba! prou'.i H-tmna begisf t..
4. CloKRUs--Open ye the j4ate,.
5.- CHoRuS--Tru- t in the Lord fir ever.
6. BASE S.'OL---For- He bringeth down them.
7. SOLo-For thou hpV been strength.
8. SOLO-(with Cho. aeompauiment) Thou wilt
keep him.
9. CHORVs--Trust in the Lord for ever.
10. SoLo-Hituan proclainiing Mordecai the Ja-
voured of the King,.
11. TRUIUPHAL MarcH--Thre King shall honor tbe
: Queeu.
12. SOLO--Zrse.t, Thy gulilii~, defeat.
13. DiET AND CHORUSt-Lomig livo) onr beauteouH
Queen.
14. DIALOGUE-ilA.7i and Qu.een. What i4 thy peti-
tieou ?
S15. QUARTET-Di, I wake, or an I dreamuing ?
1C. ('fl-o Whthe? ath L,,rd turned again lhe cap-
tivity.
17. FINALE-CH',A.L-with- accomipaoying flChouiis,
Praiae ye the Lord.
To onccludo rW'tb tbe ANTHEM. ly L. 0. EMER-
SON,
HIOIVI BEAITJfI L, A E[ Tiill'
TOW- RS, 0 Z7,1NT
CONDUCTOR............... .. T. ROBERTS, EsQrt.
ORoGAN1T ...... ..... TODDINGS, EsQR.


Doors open at 7. To eomminumc-e fat
tickets of adolisiion to be iprocured
"Royal Gazette" Statiojiery Stare.
i ;'r:e:: of Ac a ..- : ..
Reserved.Seate. 2.6 Secord Searc 9,'.

Aud, ly kilid :oU:nseint ef
OAiT T f


8. o'clock.
only at the


Gallery j;.


t. Ii',!i


The above will be repeated for n charitable p1111
pw"'e at the
Theatre ._jai'r Yo.rm,, Irellanid Island,
SIN 3 0 f ', A T

The s15th iu-t.
Reser'vel Seat-,, 2 6. Second Seats 2'.
SDoors open as above.


Tickets for Dock Yard may he obtained of Ma.
PITMIAN, at the Spi'r Yard.
November 8th, 1,80.


NETW GOODS_
In every Departnment,
Carefully seie.cted, and nt Iprijca iieit will b':ar
icomnilariioi, :",c rdhu.:- to stvie aild quality,
with any ik t;" m'i arkur, to I1be hid at li. r.oro ol'
N, T. BUTTERFIELD & SON.
Huinilon, ..r.. 2'. 5 S .-" p "

,Pure e
.r% -.2 ,


* ,.".:'i aibutd 11c-, f'mLu!.i ,'ii,,l ih .: 1i' 0 ,i'f' iiis'if 1 .,.i

I, ., .,. I ;.at 1 .t .1





la.-jilra'a, N ',. i Sst, 1 ,30.-2 3p
s t.a ,.,. ,;'' .


Just Received,
ly the S, S. SolvayiJrom Londulo

At the 'ihsriber'; Neev Stnre, near VViawivicl
Plre;by' teriais Ci:hurch,
A Lot of C.arefilly Selected

," ', / 'f |
Ainloir which Ih will le found:
JIANC-Y PRINT''S Japa.neuse 1 i.LK(
Figured LUiSTiES Colored AIPACC:,A
Black iftILLIANTINE:
Pompiotir T' ltMMi NGS
French il';IGE:" SILECA1.-
T'1owel 'red To:;',e!iii Liunen 'TICK
BL. L ,'KET'_s FLA.%NNELS
iiAN;CS .CtllE['.-S-whiii i and colored
IElastic (j.'!es '. Co.e Shawls
I "i'r CO S'Ir ..'I i. tI Table (COVE' S'
QUILTS--colorl(d aId I Jiite
il.ndie"a' 1;;,:.I .At 'K ET'i
Ladies' .1.id C(iilhrei,'3 .1LSTE RS
i'el. a.r,,i St1ri ied SK1_ 'S1.'1iS Black S-1.K
,Za!Iiti U,'1 iPt. E LL 8
Silk 'aa i.,on .U.I_1ELLL 'i
Tv.,ill il b, P.l1ilASOLS Lisle GLOVES
Brc,!:. .ii! E wt-,,s Cosioume Fringes
Cords Tape.s
TSi1 t,.'-a-olored and while
Ladies' ILK 'CA- V E-; Moscquito NET
Edg itgs Caml ric Iiiluiris
Silk US. i5R, S io;.iery
Mien,'s '.iino alu Colton U'NDERSIi!RTS
3!d PANT.,
V:l1z and Colored S5111RTS
Coll:ors :1id Cul'ts Pins Needles
Elasiic and L',tton ER.ACES
liacl; aad Coloi'rd Silk NE'EKTIES
L ,.i.: \.),ite Milk Lce SCARVES
La;die:. C..,h.ae-- _,,li-roiiered lMantleettes and

Ladies' and GirI Willow and 'traw IHATS,
RIIB ,.'!N n _- an.! FLO'WER.S
r'.,'m. ni,, 5rys' Fe!r. Tweed and Stra. HAI.-TS
Il.') 's ,ind ,'o.v' C LO'. IN(, TgIVEEl))S
I :i ..a. C, I)i Oxford FRAMES
VtI.lj.IVi CUAT'S *,sd LEGGINGS
l ..iT ia ?'.lev' -oled I0Ei S', bleo ilnd bro II
Cf, n:,i: ^ t P. :xd Ne -. rCAR I S
rTablh id F i ~')o rt i 3I 'IV S .'
P-nkn) v s- 'S(i.---i: -r Fiies Miirrors
T ..>t'| !', i tiu ies (_ tiom 8,
t-c'r ub i ri- B, :'iusiie
V,'i i.t ,-,; t u h, i. 0,'ii p ,_ ri/or
Ln k is I \>;l,0 !.:d 1S 11 ,., e."
D, a s_:,,l~eI~ntu 1.'.(.i r ,:


a A.- *~ortmermt iaI
TOYS.


liONiN \A.lR E, coinsi,,ting of: Saucepans,
,Stoeplnal. Kettleo. Fry Pans, Glidirons,
Thruce-le gged Pols, ,'..
T'INW\'RE-,-Co.landern.-, Pread Tin., Knead-
ing P,'anii, I!and 13ow l, Conk's Ladles, Tea
Pois, (Coii-e Pots, Tea Kettles. Ig,' Slices,
Crimp Kettles, ,,rav'y Strainers, ga W'hksks,
Bastec-s, lPatties, Paste Cutters, Funnels,
Drippiilng P.aF, ', ISaucepousBiead GraT'ers,
Nutieg Graters, Sugmr Dredger;, Flour
-'egDru, i'ani<, C.lndlesticks, ,x .
GLAS s'ARF; -P uttrs, Boiwls, Celeries,
Pi"dies, P!.cs, ":., Mlusards, E- Cups,
C~aered iSugmis, 'ciarits, 8ug ars and
Crifuuls, Tur libit.rs. DcRcaiters,
,(I rr T et 1. .21";l a
S,,,,(,iio 'Tica /, "-)- and ;,. II).
Crushcd UUG.U 1, RiCiE, S(AP & STAR,(,H,
C/ tNi)ILE'.

And to arr)iv by next London

CROCKENY. PE'RRi1ftLiil. Toilet SOAPS,
100T1, &. SiOLSI &)E &C.
Atlsi, iby eacii NewV lork 'ia miner, a full Sup-
p.ly of

RICHARD KEMPF.
War'Wkk, Nov. <, 6 )0. --3 3p

.N oticee

The .Lrg't. JT .R LITLIIER,
E.'\pe-Iled to .Arrive about, 10th Instant fromn
P Priii Edward l, iianud wilh he i'oll-.',wing


W',ich w i i bc A advertised or Sa!e .t Public
A nc'in, on A r'ivali.
90(I P R EL' an,'ot POTA'TO.Es
t.U 1",arr-ls MINNE, OT.\A
51.0 !iush!el, .est. Ta ?e PO''.'ITOE.S
I20 Bm!ihc'his ; h'avv Black OAT.s
1000 Lbs. BA.BARLE'Y
100u Lb5. 0-\T.'EAL
II) C(or.n si rd'E.' O Fi
2i) Ton, ou ,'.ei. -ur Ci->!oijp .-eJ e i.,j AY, i 10f0

SFi. : and Carriago


uperr H I ERS. in Ca
( Iupeor,,, H EIFE RS, in Call


' S superior (Cows,

53 Lar':-. '"L 1 -' P
3 J iL L
15j0 YoUiis' GEEK-E
Tiln- htargo ha!. b-er: :alefully Selected by iB.
\i'lI,.''ON IICS, F.sqr., of eimermudai, who
has:3 t i.i gri pi aiiS i ian .i(rl trouble in ithe Selee-
tlion. '.The Poiatoes ame well cured and free
Sfuoin n :i.usiies. 'li Tha horses are all kniownm to
db ii d ItDl I.i l'" I .' i. TIhe Cows -and !leii'cr's
:' I_ .:." i ..;.. i' l, look d ey'pecie ld
i I .' -. a -
SRI ARD T. & TROTT.,



H :.ilt, 'Pari' Nov. th, .P '

Fo ,,, ',II 'i' ?,c .,> i.. '. l'P N G Wi'
Z.i., A 'i 1.- ik', ,s will not hie lIes-
l Onsi a.e lief r atiiy l)l-' iF'l' li (-'nnlraitedle d liu'r.
RICHARD T. TKQOTT.
\WVrwick i'arial., Nov. ith, i .e0-.-2 pd


Notice.
f111!1i1 Undersigned hereby gives nolit.u ihat
lie has been appointed by lihe Marine Un-
derwimers of' T"II'.STE ,nM GEt-NOA to ho
their Algent for ilitse Isladids.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD.
amilton., Nov. 6th, 18SO.-I




rIENDERSh will be received at the
I COLONIAL SURVEYOR S OF.I-.E, until


The 15th Insfant.
Frori Persorns D,'sirois of Telider-
iu.g for tho following Work, Viz':-

PluILIC OFFICES, HAMIL'rUTON.
I .-Lilae-washing Rou.fs of Buildings and Ci:o-
iu-nt-washing Y.lls &c.
2.-Painting Ircmn Ruailing ani Gaites.

SESSIONS HOUSE, 1AMILTON.
1 .-Lime-wa.shing Ri-1oo an: Outbuildiigs and
Culment-w a3hiing wV.1l1, kC.
2.-Ex:teinal and Interntal Paiitting of Wood-
wo rk .

POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES.
1.-Liinm-washing Roof andl Cenment-washilg
Walls, &e.
2.-Pnointing Iron VWork of Verandah.

HAMILTON GAOL.
I.-Lime-washing Roo:f and Ceinnt-washing
W-alls. &c.
'2.-Reliewing Floor of Vraiilrdah.

OLD LUNATIC HOSPITAL.
I.-Lime-washingA Walls and Roof of Cottage
a;nd Outbuildings.
LIGHTHOUSE, GllJUS I-ILL.
1.-LiLue-wa.shing Poof andl Walls of Keepers
t) quarter. and Oiiutbuilding.
2.-E:.:ternAld Paiintiing ,of Tower and Intornal
P-.iinting of Landtic, rnoi.

LIGIITHOUSE, ST. D)AVIDS.
1 .-Liie-was:hing' Walls inside: .
2.-E,.ternal Phiin ing of Tower and Lanter'n.
3.-Inte..rnal Painting of Woodwork.

iPULLC OFFICES, ST. GEORGESES.
1.-Lime-washing Roof and Ceuient-washinig
Walls.
2.-External and Internal Painting of Wood-
work.

ST. GEOGE' S GAOL.
A A
1.-Lime-washing Roof of Bitilding and Bonn-
,di y A'Wall, and Cemient-washing Walls of
Buillding'-z.
2.-External and Internal Painting of Wood-
work.

MILLS BREAKER BUOY.
1.-Taking up Buoy, ehleaning and Paintin"-
and examin-, ndl mak,4 good. Moorings ir
required.

DEVONSHIRE DOCK.
1.-Re.building retraining Wall and lepairing
DBnIa-k-w water.
Form.. of Tender anl. all information an lhe
obtained -uln application to the Colonial Sur-
veyor.
No Tender will lie received umdesss made out
on the proper Form whi .-h can b)e obtailred at.
ihe Colonial Surveyor'.- Oi,0ce.
The Coloniall S'urveyor does not bindi himself
to accept the lowest or any Tender.
N.E.-Ceinent andl Lime fo:,r washing putur-
poses will be supplied by the Colonial Sur-
veyor.


PHILIP NESS,
(,'luuitu! ,recy(u-r.


tiallmton, N ov1 4 it1 Sli.
Colorist" Plees4e copy.

Garnet Seed Potatoes.

The Undersigned have received
per S. B. liermuda," f'ion New York,
44 Barrels Garnet Seed

POTATOES
And expect to receive per ,. S, S Beta" on
rid 1. 29tli insi,, I'rom Shelliae, N.B.,
vi l- Halilix, 'N.S.,270 Barrels
Gurune, -jetl
P. 0 TV _TO ElS.
1 he above have been selected with theo greatest
care and will be u'fered at low rates from the
Wharf.
J. T. DDJRRELL ,. CO.
H'.iniitoii, O tr. b-, "S,,0.-2 'p,




.140,000 Feet.
Laden on board 'ehooner J. P. WYMAN"
expected to irive from Jacksonville in a
few days, Viz :-
FLOORING, P. T. and G. I i ch
,.:id 1I itlci .x U iiG c .i


I. rol ,,,,i' Juinuieti I i.Lldi and I!.

S ANTLNG, ax4, 4x 3, 8 x 2,
S x3, 4x4, 3.x3,
: '2, 3 x li.
lC]KT,-. I:.! .. ;i iPo:,L J
II.ULi~.-- x 9, i, 12 x 12
Purchlaseri's of I0 Ck fet and upwards will be
allowed a liberal discount
S. S. JA 0 H.u1M.
* Hamilton, 2ud Novermber, 1.680.-2 3p)


Commissariat Office,
HI.AMrILTON, 2.th October, 1SSO.
TrFIE DI)'TCTICT COM IISSARY GENER-
AL L jw.ill rec',ive T1.ni .er.s, in duplicate, up
to 1"2 o'cloc-k, Noon,

OIN TUESDAY,
The 23rdd of Novomler next,


Fi.'omn P.,-on :S desi'ro.is of
ing) f-or th3' Supply of


Tender-


For IH. M.' Troop- s erving in Bueraiuda, for
the p:io Id from I-t. F,._inui-y to :31st.
August, 1.Sl.
Th. pr,:.i'a le quantity ri-, i %ired will be about
'i f-, t 'ender, and all iit'.or'ilation canl
be' o(jbtiied, i.-ithr hi ': pers'.,nal or writto
;q~p!i,;ii,.,n t,. li' Dli.l..r Co',.M.MISSARAY (jEN-
EJ .\L, 1. 1 .tJi[r,_'i, l0et,'1,vsn the ioirs of 1)0 L.Ul.
anid 2 ,p.. hdailv.
No 'rT-iler will ,e received unless made ouit
oll th,' pr.o- )i F',rmi, obtain'"d, a.s above, anrl
wien ::t i .ii .;,t .I:- .niilo:'. in a sale en-
v, ,,p,., ;,,1-,.-.-. t, h DISTI'l'T COMMIS-
SAl!:i" O L-e'N.- nu l .)r!k-e.l .,!: thre out.,i'l,'e '" Ten
di,. for Fli,'r.
The D.sTi:I r Co,z-wr.-,AuY GENERAL1 re-
serves the light of rej.ct.ing aLy or all of tho


Tenders,


JOHN HII. ANDALL,
A. C. G.,
':l.i,'ct Comi,;,''ary General.


S2-12i Oct., 9 Nov.

Notice.
.2HE Un:desne. expects to Re-
ci ive in all this *''eel,;[, the ftollo ing


which will be oil'red on .Arrival
AT EXCEr.1iINGLY LOW' RAATES FOR.

Also, .n Acconiinedating Terms, to approved
i ci:-rs, viz :-
Pe.r frihg. EIu.'cnie, from AJIew
lork,
LQ7 pLS: Fish GUANO
'1 i ,T rrels Choice F'LO.)UR
.5 Hallf Iarel, :iiCe. F[. LOUi i,
i) tis. C.rn .,1 i. L 5 BIs. Kerosene OIL
25. RI-. I'lit BP \1 5- Ris. CM N1MENT
25 B I s. C iid UTG 2 :300 aS ; CUBA
20 Bags P':,\PA Il) !lags iHEANS
200 Sack BitAN 300 ',ock- O\TS
lSa icks .:l-rirniibo COFFEE
50 I ailf Irrels Family 11 FEF
25 Hial'f .arrels T. \?. iPORKi
11 ) C:,ses A.stral (il,
10-) (Ces Floi-id.i WA'i' A
'25 Boxe- I ol.-te s S'TA.RCIl
20 Bo,;es Co!;;ies -:OAP
Tul)s and 'io.* 1 'l'u'TE-, and IAIHD
Boxes CI EElSE
Caes S:\AL.ON, (OYTERL, LOBSTIl"
antd H' EL"
Buxees !5I-.: a:id Goli L.eaf TOBACCO
Holbrook, P.tcnat Swivel PI.O'VS. double and
sinll, I.
SL l .InIl l d.able an W t\V FFLrTI.ECS
Canal Wi! 'I. !,Li3 IL,OWS0\VS
W\Vagon JACKS ;otep LADIDJERLS
100 Kegs NAIL'', 3, 4 an,1 5
511 T''on1 10r,: Ash CO Al Ior flouse ude
25 M. assocrl i,. P. LU MBER.
IAY &c., C&",, &c.


Per Brigl. Lottie Bertha,
Sh6diac, J r, ,,


J0fro


S [,( {0 I L .. v;ry eh choice sdectetl Gair-
net See. PO TA.'T'O ES
3i00 I ,arri T l. e !'i' "TOES
:jl00 iDhis ctear.vy biack OA. .~
511 BI:i's ''l U i[NIPS' 5 ll\. O'ATMEAL
5 l11s. EGG-.S 50 1lalft'Bls. 1liACKEIt EL
51) 'ulabs SU l"I'E 51) I uDrinis FISI
100) Caso.' Co'ml, I \1TC1iLS
12 i,- Al\! N K3ssIS
S Express VW XGON.N fur Fa'rers iso
25 ToIs IlAY
HOt SEi. CVOWS SHEEP
E-F, L k. ., &c.

Per Schooner Br,(ight Star, from
Bangor, Jllainc,
'0,00 O N o:s
9"00U e 10,iJ0 ,TolmatO BOX eS
100,000 LATHS
25,000 Cedai S IINGLLES
25,010_ ,IC1 PICKETI'S
LUMBE!R. &c., &e., &e.
JOHI- F. BURROWS.
il:niilo..nl 9ti Nov., 1850.--i

I'f'n "(14


A few days since o-. tlhe Middle Road be-
tween the Store of Nathaniel Vesey,
E -, r., anid .ti:.., ,..i |gserp^r,.+ f O 'vercoval,
'['ho ow.viier can, oi al)ppaloiO, aLt tile Police
Oitice,I i,,ml ltolCi, obt:; ,. Oi eei proving Pro-
pony, item innerati.g Lihe Finder, and paying for
this Advcii-e'l ueirt.
Hlanmilton, Nov. )Jii, 1880.-I
UNCLAiAlEU LLEFTE..'S IN TIlE POST OF-
FICE HA.MILTON, 6ih Nv.)r., 1880.
Thionmias iean, Heniv iw.lvois, E lBurchell, Cla-
ri.n .' I.. 1 L icrtt Dirr.: .'Sus.n
F 7_ :,., ,: | 2 ,, ; -.-: .-', \Vitilan Fbw dter,
E O'i..i i'r..i'r, J. '.",' t aF..-.., ..Ai io Jose G o-
0.'iv.,-:. !, '.: !--i, ._ ] E -i'.vard Jiel, aru l
-. '. .ii 1:f L-v. L Ia'la.y, James A Mares,
.i ;, i ',fi ,a ,: i Elico) ..\aol n on, John
L li' ,t O-f! ir y 1 'i nii ..ns, jr
i ...liii, Vi 'i'l.i e, ;'.i;, 2ui'k A J rait, \Vai-
Si ,... p-.; i:, ."Z ....i i '. ,- '.'li0i s, Frar.cis
S l' i \V ':,e:. l' "' A. Lierct Y'uunli, John
ii.'ly Yuul ._
Ur-CL \C lU L iENEI'Ej IN THE POST uF-
FIB;E, '. (iEOIGE',., Nor. 8, 1880. -
WI W t-1 'ultey, \V A i'.!,, ii, WV1 niihb .E.iaB
I 'l'oit ( munith's IslIrd.)


i


=TY.- 1I a "-,=- XT I LI-


I








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


C'O)L. J. \. l,.\1IlRIE'I.; AIDHlE. OIPPIM G 01'
THE KENTVILLE EXHIBITION 1880.
Ever since the cattle trade from this continent to
Europe was developed, we in Nova Scotia have been
urged on all sideQ to throw ourselves into tlhi- trade
and share in its profit., Lut this advice iq tendered on
the assumption that there is a profit in it, and it is on
this point that I offer a word of caution. My own
opinion has always been that this trade originally
opened up as a means of getting rid of surplus stock
at a time when the prevailing commerce il depression
had compelled retrenchment, and so reduced the de-
mand on this side the water. This commenced, my
fellow farmers will readily understand me when I say"
that a cash market offers great temptations, and as a
fat ox is a very expensive animal to keep, the feeder
naturally sells him at maturity for the best price he
can get, and I doubt much whether the owner could
readily figure out the total cost of manufacturing the
beet, and this is the point I wish our larmers to ex-
amine closely. Can they make the beef for the price
at which they sell it ? I feel satisfied that when our
good friends" advise us to go into cattle raising and
cattle shipments it is done with the idea that we shall
become wealthier and more independent thereby. I
do not doubt that, by the exercise of great care and
great judgement, beef can be made at a profit, and I
have very grave doubts whether our farmers in Nova
Scotia have, as a general thing, devised such a diet,
have established such a system of feeding, as will ena-
ble to breed and feed cattle which, when matured and
fed for the English market, can be sold at $4 to $5
per 100 lbs.,and leave any profit for the producer.
Starting, then, from this text, I would urge upon all
to give very serious consideration to this question of
cheapening the cost of feeding cattle. Unquestiona-
bly much of the financial success of farming depends on
the farmer's capability to keep his farm well stocked,
and dispose of his matured animals, at any rate, at
cost of production ; and free as 1 am to admiit that we
have amongst us some farmers who show great capa-
city in their proloesion, I regret that I in,,ut give ex-
pression to the opinion that the vast majority of the
cattle bought off those farms co.t far more than the
owners obtain when they turn them into eash.
I am however satisfied that, takinuz our year through,
we have the seasons ani the land which will enable us
to lurn out agriciiltura l productt. as cheap and as good
an; in any part of the c ontinienr. We are not houndl
to adhere to the mnethodq followedd by the settlers of
one hundred years since, hut by experimenting in new
breeds and new crops we can assimilate what is suita-
ble in the methods ol other regions and so establish a
system of agriculture applicable to this Province, and
as I promised a word of encouragement before closing,
I would refer to the generally expressed opinion that
Nova Scotia is not a wheat producing country, and re-
ply that our reports from all over tlie Province show
that the wheat crop i-s generally most satisfactory, the
yield being reported large on the breath sown and
the quality good. \Ve find spring wheat sown, in a
not too favorable spring, giving us a return of 30
bushels to the acre, a yield that I do not think is
reached, or any rate exceeded on the continent, and
in regard to quality I must fall back on my own testi-
mony. Having but lately returned from Montreal, I
had an opportunity of seeing the wheat exhibited by
the Provincial Government of Manitoba, our great
North-West granary, and I do not hesitate to say that
in length of ear and in size of the cleaned grain our
Nova Scotia wheat exhibited at the 1879 and 1880
Exhibitions was more than equal, it was superior.
I am well persuaded that we have no climatic ob-
stacle to the growth of wheat; and with the increased
cultivation of the finer cereals and the consequent
preliminary drilled grain crops for fertilizing and
cleansing the land. We have the greatest promise of
prosperity to the farmer in the cash returns attained
for his wheat or barley, and in the root crop and re-
fuse of the grain being led to his cattle, which will at
any rate maintain the productiveness of his farm.

THE QUEEN AT BRAEMAR.-Her Majesty the
Queen honoured Braemar on Saturday Sept. 11
with the first visit proper of the season, the last
occasion being merely a passing through. At the
early hour of one o'clock the Royal carraige drove
into the area at M'Nab's Fife Arms Hotel, drawn
by four greys with mounted postillions, and preced-
ed by an outrider. There were, besides Her
Majesty the Queen, the Princess Beatrice, His Roy.
al Highness Prince Leopold, and the Hou. Amy
Lambart, Lady in Waiting. After a brief stoppage
during which a pair of the hotel bays took the place
of the Queen's horses, iHer Majesty and party posted
out the Deeside road, via Mar Lodge and Inverey,
to Linn of Dee. Here about an hour was spent in
viewing the falls and surroundings, Her Majesty
devoting most part of the time to sketching.
Thence the drive was extended to Glen Derry where
the Royal Party partook of luncheon, followed by
a pleasent ramble into the glen, which stretches
almost to the foot ot Ben Macdhuie. On the return
to Braemar at 6 p. m. Her Majesty received quite
an ovation from hundreds of ladies and gentlemen
who had congregated at the Fife Arms, where
horses where again changed on the homeward route
to Balmoral. The compliments paid to the Sov-
ereign and family were graciously reciprocated by
the Queen, the Princess, and Prince Leopold. Sel-
dom on any former occasion of a visit of Royalty to
Braemar ban such a large turnout of visitors met to
do honour to Her Majesty. who appeared to enjoy
herself very much. The weather was '.somewhat
dry, but cold and gusty,
The Courtjv ill remain at Balmoral until the end
of November, returning to Windsor for the anniver-
sary of the Prince Consort's death, and then leave
for Osborne.
______________ __ _____ __ _


AMERICAN WATCHES,


TH E above WATCH ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade ilove-
nient not in Stock will be furnished at the
IMamufacttor's list price. Also, niako to order
any style of Case with Crest, Mllonogram, &C.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. T. CHILD.
Front Street, liamil'on, U)
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.

Wanted,
Sthoroug hly competent
MAN SERVANT.
Apply at once to
The Master Attendant, H. M. Dockyard.
Sept. 24, 1880.

I-I A. GRANTIHAM is the Sole authorized
Agent for the "' HEKTOGRAPit" in
Bermuda.--4


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NEURALGIA.
ToRONTro, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson :
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Yours very truly,
GEO, LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street.

PAIN IN THE BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD.
ERS.
TORONTO, April 21st, 180.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
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Smithfield, Northumberland Co., Ont.
LIVER COiPLAINT.
Port Jolli,,, Queen's Co, N.S.
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DYSPEPSIA AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
VESTPORT, Leeds Co., .rany. 29, 1879
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DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION.
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A REMARKABLE CURE.
Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario.
Dear Sir,--In September. 1865, my wife had been
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S Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street. St. Gearanrs.


S aTGE -SUTTr N'S SEEDS MA Y BE HAD OF DULY
AUTHORIZED AGENTS IN EVERY PARTOFTHEWORLD
oI ,r. E. B. Jones,, HIaemilloi.



NOTICE.
In ordering througli Londou Agents, purchasers should be particular
to stipulute for SUI'TON'S SEEDS


THE
QUEEN'S
SEEDSMEN


READING, LONDON,
ENGLAND.
November 9thb, 1880.-3m.


GUION LINE.

United States JMail Steamers.

FOfJ LlI3 "ER I'OOL
CALLING AT QUEBNSTOWN
LEAVE NEW YORK
VATUY '.UT U SAL
WISCONSIN suiils Tuesday October .5, at 6
a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Oct. 12, at noon.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Oct. 19, at 6 a.m.
NEVAD \ sails Tuesday Oct. 26, at II a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Nov. 9, at II1 a.m.
A RIZONA sails Tuesday Nov. 16, at -1 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Nov. 23, at I10 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesd:ay Nov. 30, at '2 p.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Ste%% -
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by arny Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are oii main deck opening into tlhe
Saloon, thus seeming that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, hBtth Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S.Mlail Steamer Berimuda' from Bor-
mud., Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, iand Passengers' bagagge can lie
transferred dir et to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
imig nent d.iy.
V/IL.I\.1MS& GU[ON,
: A e IIt.-,
29 lTiodlwayI, iNewv.' Yok.
New York, Sept. 2-, ~).
I'ftHnt:,'tit 1iNntR.,1%' f '8I 1,

!.'n he obtained fI''om tihe
P(E.Al'Xl N.\S.A NCE ,C'') l0 V!. i
of London,
One of the lor gest Established and W\'ealthiu t
Orltcos in Great Britain.
Through the IBRANCI1 OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is elected to the Insured
fthe Stamp PDuLl, a very considerable item.
IllSKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
I ()l'ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES an] no CHAiRGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,


,ianmilton, September 9th, 1856.


Agent.


Horse, Carriage 4 (Cart
FOR iis VA.,: .*
T'|HE Utdersgned having resumed Business
" at his ol St,.'nd, Corner of Church and
Janeion Streeta, nier liawditon Ilotel, takes
this method ol Liianking his friends and the pub-
lie generally t'oi past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
THO.MAS H. HIRVEY.
Innuarv 6. 1879.


SEEDSMEN
By Speolal
THE PRINCE
a oOF WALES.


AND
PARIS


RIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
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R IMIEL' TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
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For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIMMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
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RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
WATEr.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
RIMMEL'S ILIVIE JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and impart an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIMMEL'S PURE WHITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY,
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and other
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIlMMIML'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE.
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
bIoxe, b.irrels and packets.
HIMM.1 EL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
,and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
Bweeteis the breath.
I01IM EL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, orNa-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the heallhy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Euc, lyptus Forests.
E. It I .1 %iE.L, Perfumer by appointment to H. R.
II. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italieus, Paris.
May 27, 1879.

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within a few
yvcrrs in manufacturing food products, and the
tandaila of quality has been raised to a point far
be.yon, that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our etlorts: as the Largest Mar.ufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our, interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
SOqM 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 cause for dissa-
tisficti.imi. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in Food
Products.
NEW YORK.


W. 0. F. 11 A SC0 ME, M.D.
F.A.A., D.S.,
REID STRICT, HAMILTON.
EAST END.


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commiision M3erehants
JInd INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E. C.
Peraoi.al attention given to Consignments of
Berimida PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
mudiai orders.
Anril 13 IRL <..


J.& E. ATKINSON'

celei'raied for nearly a ceniuwr paste in of the
very best English- manufacture. For its
purity sand great eceslienes ft has obtain"
the following,
ExximirPzos Pu. DAIJ.
Londion 1862. Paris, 1887. Clordona, 1872.
Lima, d7i. Vienna*17. WE imadepiva,176
GOLD MIDAL RA39lS, i181.
ATKINSON`S HOCE PRFUXES FOR
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a most IragranktPerfm ia. i"sIban4Ofom#
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ATKHION'S QUININE HNE WLIMU
a vey retve thing Wash, whkbsm~aul~ma Bim
skim to a healthy action am& proinolsiVi.
growth of,**e hair.
ATKINSON'S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENVER,
a powerful Perfumie distieod from the fAned I
ATKINSIU'WWit IRE00 iTou VWlIA. 1
a now and indispensable ?oMA.'aceompani.
wea, aid am& nrfresing Perfume forVi
Handkerchief.
ATKIININ't WWI IM TIM 11P AMT,
and other Speciaiaties and general artslols
of Patmr a be obtained of AN duealor
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THE BERMUDA ROTAL GAZETTE is published i.
every Tuesday by DoNALD M'PH2a LUa,,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
Hamilton.
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
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Supplement to the Bermuda "Royal Gazette,"


Tuesday, Novr. 9, 1880.


Abstract of 7te .Proceedingqs of the Honorable
JIouose of Assemiby.
(No. 35.)
"" Monday, 8th NXrccmber.-The following Messages
from His Excellency the Governor:--
(No. 39.)
R. M LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Cc:nmander-in-Cliief.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
Honorable House of Assembly a copy of a Des-
patch, dated 12th October, 180S, conveying the
reply of His Lordship the Secretary of State for
the Colonies to the .Iessage addressed by the
House to the Acting Governor on the 16th August
1880, impugning the action of the Honorable Le-
gislative Council in rejecting a Bill to provide for
the redemption of the Savings' Bank Debentures.
Public Buildings. Hamilton, (
6th November, 1880. S


(Copy.)
BERMUDA.
No. 28.


DowNING STREET,
12th October, 1880.


SmR,-I have the honor to acknowledge the re-
ceipt of Colonel Gordon's Despatch No. 63 of 25th
of August, enclosing a Message addressed to him
by the House of Assembly impugning the action of
the Legislative Council in rejecting a Bill to pro-
vide for the redemption of the Savings' Bank De-
bentures. You will be good enough to inform the
House of Assembly that the rejection of a Bill by
either branch of the Legislature is not a matter in
which the Secretary of State can interfere.
I have the honor to be,
Sir,
Your most obedient humble Servant.
(Signed) KIMBERLEY.


(No. 40.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honorable House of Assembly a revised Plan of
the Prison which it is proposed to build in the
Town of Hamilton shewing the alterations which
seem necessary in the construction with a view to
obviating the objections to the original design
advanced by the professional authority to whom
the Secretary of State for the Colonies had referred
that original design for examination and report.
The Governor has the honor to send with the re-
vised Plan the Plan originally sanctioned and a
copy of the objections taken thereto by Capt. Om-
macey, R.E., an Officer who had had considerable
experience in the construction of Prisons in Eng-
land and who therefore was consulted on this sub-
ject by the Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State thinks it of great impor-
tance that Captain Ommaney's suggestions should
be adopted, and the revised Plan now forwarded
has been prepared with a view to carrying those
suggestions into effect.
The alterations in the des'.gn and the extension
of the boundary walls will probably cause an addi-
tional expenditure of about 500 to which must
be added whatever may be the cost of the Plot of
Land and Buildings to the North of the Prison pre-
mises proposed tobe purchased from the Stewart Es-
tate and the cost of the Plot of Land to the West-
ward of the Prison premises proposed to be pur-
chased from the Lightbourn Estate.
The revised Plans will afford much more conve-
nient and much healthier accommodation for the
prisoners and for the ofEfcials of the Prison and
will probably be found to be well worth the addi-
tional cost. Against the cost of the additional
land may be set a saving of 30, a year now paid
for rent of the Police Office and Station which by
this purchase will become Public property.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
6th Nov., 180.
P.S.-It Is requested that the Plans may be re-
turned.
The Attorney General introduced Resolves for
a grant for the Public Library and for the repairs
of Buoys and Beacons-which were read a first time.
Mr. Oudney presented a Pfeition from the Min-
isters, Trustees, &c.,, of the Methodist Church in
these Islands in communion with the Methodist
Church of Canada, for purposes therein expressed.
On motion of the Attorney General, the House
went into Committee on the Quarantine Bill.
Mr. J. W, Pearman in the Chair.
Clauses Ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th agreed to.
6tt, 7tbh,8th and 1:h agreed to as amended.
10th, llth, 12ih and 13th agreed to.
On the 14th Clause Mr. Fraser moved that the
words in Africa and the Wes; Indies, or on the
Continent of America," in the first sub-section, be
omitted-which was affirmed,
Ayes 19. Nays 0.
Clauses 15 to 19 and 20 to 29, as amended, agreed
to.
Clanse 30.-The Attorney General moved that
the blank be filled up 500.
Mr. Fraser moved 200.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved 100-which was affirm-
ed. Ayes 13. Nays 6.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell presented Lists of Quarter-
ly Accounts to 31st of October, l80.
Adjourned to Friday next.
Orders:-
The Methodist Petition.
Library Resolve.
Buoys and Beacons Resolve.
Public Lande Bill.

The Census Department.-The census of England
will be taken by the Registrar-General, Sir Brydges
P. Henniker, assisted by Mr. William Code and
Mr. William Ogle, M.D., and Mr. F. J. Williams
will be the Secretary. The office in Craig's Court,
Charing Cross, was opened on Monday last, and a
few officials from Somerset House who have had
experience In previous censuses have been drafted
for duty in the new office. The preliminary opera-
tions are of considerable magnitude and importance,
and on the completeness with which they are carri-
ed out much of the success of the census depends.
The country has to be mapped out into about 35,000
enumeration districts, the limits and area of each
having to be clearly set forth, for during the inter-
val of ten years since the last census great changes
have taken place in the local divisions of the coun-
try. Instructions and forms have to be prepared
for 35,000 census officials, and about seven millions
of schedules and many thousands of other forms
have to be printed and despatched. Our Colonial
Empire is naturally anxious to avail itself of the ex-
perience of the mother country, and is desirous of
receiving copies of the forms and instructions to be
used at home. Thus the interval up to the day of
the census, on the 3rd of April next, will be one of
hard work at Craig's Court.-Times.
DISORDuRED RUSSIAN FINANCES.-The London
correspondent of the Manchester Guardian" says:
-" The new Finance Minister of Russia, M. Bunge,
has found the finances so disorganized and encrust.-
ed with defalcations that General Melikoff has ad-
vised the Czar to appoint a commission to investi-
gate the department. It is believed the recom-
mendation will be adopted, but the result will not
be made public. The commission will probably
sit privately and submit the result to the Czar, who


BERMUDA HUNT RACES,
ANNUAL MEETING.
Under the Patronage of His Excellency
MAJ.-GENL. SIR R. M. LAFFAN, K.C.M.G., R.E.,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Bermuda.
STEWARDS.
His Honor the Chief Jus- Capt. Holt, R.M.L.I.,
twice, Lieut. Beresford, R.E.,
Colonel Gordon, C.R.E., Dr. Seymour,
Dr. T. A. Outerbridge, Lt. Chauncey, 19th Rgt.,
Col. Vizors, 19th Regt., Lt. Rowden, 99th Regt.,
T. Fowle Tucker, Esqr., D. A. C. G. Moore, Com.
R. D. Darrell, Esqr., Dept.
Capt. Walter, R. A., Lt. Carpenter, A.D.C.
Dr. Park B. Tucker,


Colonel Gordon,
Dr. T. A. Outerbridge,
R. D. Darrell, Esqr.,
Judges.
Capt. Story,
Lieut. Harford,
Starters.


Dr. Tucker,
Capt. Nevile,
Lieut. Beresford,
Handicappers.
Dr. Seymour, Clerk of
the Scales.
Lieut. Beresford, Clerk of
the Course.


Lieut Carpenter, A.D.C., Hony. Secit. and Treasurer.
The above mentioned races took place on Wed-
nesday last, at Shelly Bay Race Course, and, al.
though the gathering to witness them was some-
what smaller than was expected, yet, when we
take into consideration the fact that the greater
part of the fleet are still absent and that it is, still,
too easily in the season to have our usual addition
of American visitors, we may venture to state that
the meeting of 1880 was as great, if not a greater,
success than any previous assembly of the same
kind. Nothing could have been more propitious
than the weather, a clear bright day with a pleas-
ant refreshing breeze that kept the spectators cool
and comfortable during the hottest part of the day.
Ou arriving on the course one could not help being
struck with the substantial improvements that had
been made since last year. The Committee had
again entrusted the preparation and arrangement
of the course to Mr. Brown, and we feel sure that
all who were there will readily join with us in say-
ing that never was the course in better con-
dition and much of the day's pleasure is due to the
able and efficient manner in which he carried out
his portion of the day's programme. A convenient
Grand Stand had been erected on an elevated situ-
ation within the Stewards' Enclosure and, as the
hour appointed for the commencement of the day's
amusement drew near, it was rapidly filled with
the members of the Hunt Club and their families.
The pleasant yet decided manner in which the
Clerks of the Course performed their rather unen-
viable task deserves great credit ; there was no ob-
struction, no jostling, and the crowd was kept in
high good humour throughout the day. Where all
carried out their allotted duties so admirably it
would be invidious to single out any for especial
praise but we only echo the universal opinion of all
present when we say that a vote of thanks is more
particularly due to the Clerk of the Scales for the
masterly and patient manner in which he conduct-
ed his laborious duties to the entire satisfaction of
owners and riders. Neither do we remember to
have ever witnessed a better lot of .starts at any
previous meeting, and we were glad to see that the
double flag system of starting had been adopted
which doubtless reduces the number of false starts
whilst it must be a far safer signal to the riders.
Owing to the sale of intoxicating liquors being
strictly prohibited the gathering was of a much
more orderly character and nothing serious happen-
ed to mar the pleasure of the day. The time table
was most punctually carried out and the programme
as given on the cards was strictly adhered to. A
very pretty day's sport was advertised and the re-
sults with the exception of one or two startling
performances were very much as the knowing ones
had predicted.
The following is the order and result of each
race :


THE MAIDEN STAKES-For all horses that
have never won a race in Bermuda. Horses foal-
ed in Bermuda allowed 7 lbs. About 1I mile on
the flat. Stakes .18.
Dr. Corbett's gr. g. Sultan, list. (Mr. O'Connell) 1
Mr. Lane's gr. m. Colleen Bawn 10 st. 7 lbs. (Mr.
Skinner)................................ 2
Capt. Peniston's b. m. Dolt, 10 st. 7 lbs. (Owner) 3
Mr. Bernard's b. g. Unknown, 11 st. (Owner).... 0
Mr. Crawley's b. m. Bis, 10 st. 7 lbs. (Mr. T.
M isick) .......... ....... ............... 0
Getting S to 1 agst. Sultan, 10 to I agst. Culleen
Dawn, 15 to 1 agat. Dolt, 30 to l agst. the other two.
Five starters. All got away together Sultan
forging ahead at once, followed by Unknown and
Colleen Bawn. Unknown soon collapsed and the
grey mare took up the running and showed the
way the second time round but as soon as Mir.
O'C(onnell had safely passed Sultan's favorite bolt.
ing point, he resumed the lead and won pretty
much as he liked. An indifferent third. Time
3m. 25 sec.
THE ST. GEORGE'S STAKES.-For all horses
of 15 hands and under. Weight for inches: .5
lbs. allowed per inch under 15 hands. About 1
mile on the flat. Stakes 20.
Dr. T. H. Outerbridge's br. h. Souvenir, 9 st. 11
lbs. (Capt. J. Peniston) ................. I
Mr. Zuill's bl. g. Dexter, 12 st. (Owner)....... "2
Mr. Rowden's b. g. Guardsman, 10 st. 2 lbs.
(Owner)................................ 3
Dr. Smith's ch. m. Lady Gold Dus, 9 st. 6 lbs.
(Mr. K. Smith) .......................... 0
Betting even on Souvenir, 7 to 4 agst. Dexter, 2
to I agst. Guardsman, S to 1 agst. Lady Gold Dm.st.
This was one of the surprises of the meeting, for
Deter's numerous supporters counted on his com-
ing again to the front, while those who had seen
Guardsman perform during training had high opini-
ons of his turn for speed; but Capt. Peniston up-
set all calculations by taking the lead and keeping
it throughout in spite of the strenuous efforts made
by Mr. Rowden to get on equal terms. Dexter fin-
ished of a length behind the winner; a length
and a half between 2nd and 3rd. Time 2m. Isec.
THE BERMUDA HUNT CUP.-Value 20.-
For all horses that have been hunted in Bermu-
da. About lI mile over hurdles
Mr. Carpenter's br. g. Faayh-a-Ballagh, 12 st. 7
lbs. (Owner) .............................. 1
Mr. Rowden's b. g. Sportsman, 10 st. 12 lbs. (Mr.
Skinner) ................... ........ ....... 2
Capt. Peniston's br. g. Jack, 11 st. 2 lbs. (Owner) 0
Betting even on Faugh-a-Ballagh, 7 to 5 agst.
Jack, 10 to I agst. Sportsman.
Jack was in great request, especially after his
wonderful performance of last year, and the more
so because the favourite carried a heavy penalty.
The new horse was known to be a strong fencer,
but too slow; however he was backed by a few for
an off chance. A better field had been expected,
but Dick was unfortunately withdrawn owing to
the serious accident that happened the other day
to the gentleman who was going to ride him. Sol-
dier, for reasons unknown, never put in an appear-
ance. A capital start sent Jack and Faugh together
at the first fence, and neck and neck they took the
hurdles for the first two rounds, followed at a res-
pectful distance by Sportsman. In the third round
Mr. Carpenter had to have recourse to the whip,
and Faugh began to show signs of distress. Jack
now took the lead and was going strong when
Capt. Peniston was thrown at the first hurdle, and
so lost what otherwise must inevitably have been
his race. Mr. Skinner's careful riding brought
Sportsman in a fair second. Time 3 min. 2 sec.
THE GRAND MILITARY HUNT CUP.-Value


the Army or Navy quartered in Bermuda.-
About 11. mile on the flat.
Mr. Carpenter's ch. g. Lord Tom Noddy, 11 st. 7
Ibs. (Owner) .............................. 1
Dr. Seymour's br. g. Vulcan, 11 st. (Mr. Rowden) 2
Dr. Corbett's gr. g. Sultan, 11 st. 7 lbs. (Mr.
O'Connell).. .... ..... 0
Betting 6 to 4- agst. Tommy, 7 to 1 agst. Sultan,
15 to 4 agst. Vulcan.
Tommy was evidently the favourite, and he cer-
tainly came to the post very "'fit." Vulcan had
disappointed his backers so often that he inspired
little confidence to his friends, although his perform-
ances during training had be.?n most encouraging.
Sultan, too, was well supported, but many fought
shy of him when they remembered that he is very
queer" at times. A splendid start, Vuican leading
as usual at an awful pace, followed by Lord Tom
and Sultan. Very little change occurred till, at the
commencement of the third round, Sultan played
the old game and bolted, and though Mr. O'Connell
gallantly brought him on the course again, he was
evidently out of the fun. A beautiful race home
now ensued; slowly but surely Lord Tom crept up
to Vulcan, whose jocky was doing all he knew with
whip and spur; it was a gallant struggle, but Lord
Tom collared the plunger 100 yards from home and
finished a neck in front, winning one of the finest
races ever run on our course. Time 3 min. 10 sec.
THE BERM'UDA STAKES-For all horses the
property of civilians. Horses foaled in Bermuda
allowed 7 lbs. About I mile on the flat. Stakes
20.
Mr. Lane's ch. g. Starlight, 12 st. 7 lbi. (Mr.
Skinner ........ ....................... 1
Mr. D. J. Lane br. g. Comet, 11 st. 7. lb. (Mr. N.
AlcCallan)...............................2
Dr. Rees's roan g. Dick, 11 st. 7 lb. (M1r. Beres-
ford) ...... ..... ..... ..... ......... ....3
Mr. ZuiU's bl. g. Dexter, 12 st. 7 lbs. (Owner)....4
Mr. Misick's b. g. Soldier, 12 st. 7 lbs. (Owner)....0
Betting 3 to 1 on Starligit, no other transactions
recorded.
This race was a dead certainty for Starlighl, and
although Mr. Skinner allowed Soldier and Csmet
each in turn to show the way it was plain that (bar
accidents) the race was his. He had only to call
on Starlight for the home stretch And win as e
liked. It was a good race for the rest, they finished
so closely together that a blanket might have cov.
ered the lot.
THE POLO STAKES-For all horses of 14 hands
2 inches and under. Catch weights not under 10
stone 7 lbs. Weight for inches: 5 lbs. allowed
per inch under 14-2. About I mile on the flat.
Stakes 12.
Dr. T. H. Outerbridge's br. h. Souvenir, 11 st.
(Mr. W Peniston)........................
Dr. Park B. Tucker's gr. m. Lady Grey, 11 st.
(Mr. Carpenter)..........................2
Mr. Lane's gr. m. Colleen Bawn, 10 st. 7 lbs. (Mr.
Skinner) .... ............................... 3
Dr. Smith's ch. m. Lady Gold Duet, 10 st. 2 lbs.
(Mr. K. Smith)........................... 0
Betting even on Souvenir, 3 to 1 agst. Lady Grey,
10 to I agst. the other two.
After Souvenir's performance against Dexter and
others in the morning, little doubt was entertained
by his friends about his winning this race. The
pace from start to finish was very fast, the favour-
ite winning by three lengths. Half a length be-
tween 2nd and 3rd. Time 2 min. 9 sec., being the
fastest mile time on the course that day.
THE SHELLY BAY HANDICAP-For all hor-
ses. About 1l mile on the flat. Stakes 2.5.
Mr. Lane's ch. g. Starlight, 14 st. (Mr. Skinner).. I
Mr. Zuill's bl. g. Dexter, 12 st. (Owner)...... ....2
Mr. Carpenter's ch. g. Lord Tomr Nodd, 1 1st 3
lbs. (Owner)................................3
Dr. Seymour's br. g. Vulcan, 11 st. (Mr. Rowden)..0
Dr. Rees's roan g. Dick, list 5 lbs. (Mr. W.
Peniston)............ ....... .. 0......... 0
Mr. Carpenter's br. g. Faugh-a-Ballagh, 11 st.
(M r. Beresford).................... ........ 0
Dr. Corbett's gr. g. Sultan, 11 st. .5 lbs. (Mr.
O'Connell)............. ...... .... ......0
Mr. Misick's b. g. Soldier, 10 st. 7 lbs. (Capt.
Peniston) ............... ................ 0
Betting even on Starli,/ht, 5 to I agst. Dexter and
Lord Tom, S to I agst. Soldier, 12 to Igst. Dick,
20 to I agst. Vulcan and Faugh-a-Bahlgah.
This was the great event of the day and the
merits of the handicap were freely discussed in al-
most all circles. The general opinion was that
Starlight could not carry 1I i.tone and win, but the
knowing ones prophesied the chestnut could carry
another stone. If any error was made at all per-
haps it was in giving Dexter 12 st. and Lord Tom
only 11 st. 3 however the runr:ing proved that Mr.
Zuill's old black is not used up yet. The start, ow-
ing to the number of horses was not easily affected
but after two attempts they were scut away
pretty regularly, Soldier and De.,rte*- making the
running, closely attended by Dick and the favour-
ite. Mr. Skinner rode Starlight very cleverly and
finally landed him a winner by a length, Mr.
Zuill and Mr. Carpenter fighting hard for 2nd and
3rd honors. Sultan again bolted off the course and
Faugh had evidently had enough to do in the Hunt
Cup. Time 3 mmin. 18 see.
A CONSOLATION SCRAMBLE-For all beaten
horses that have run at the meeting. About half
a mile on the flat. Value 5 and of the en-
trance money. Entries made at the scales im-
mediately after the preceding race.
Mr. D. J. Lane's br. g. Comet, 11 st. (Mr. Row-
den).... ...... .... .... .... ........ ...... I
Dr. Park B. Tucker's gr. m. Lady Grey, II st.
(Mr. Carpenter).......................... 2
Mr. Zuill's bl. g. Dexter, 11 st. (Owner).... .. 0
Dr. Rees's roan g. Dick, 11 st. (Mr. BeresfordJ.. 0
Comet was too much for the rest of his compete.


tors and taking the lead won easily by 3 or 4
lengths.

CRICKET.-DET.CTIMhNT R. M. L. I. v. MAIR. Knlt
NBDY's ELnVE-.
The return match at Cricket between the above
elevens, came off on Saturday afternoon, 30th ult.,
on the Naval Recreation Grunuud, ?o:umesut, and as
will be seen by the subjoined scoirt, t.7 Scratch Team
lost by 14 runs, although the said Scratch Team wera
chosen from Boaz, R. N. Hop;)ital, and the Casemate
Ireland Island.
Detachment R. M. L. I.
Sergt. Murray, c. Archard, b. Warnes.... .........13
Pvt. Larcombe, c. Fischer, b. Warnes............ 9
" Boutlc, c. Everall, b. \Varnes.............. 2
A. E. Horniblow, Esqr., b. Dickinson............ 3
Pvt. Price, b. Dickenson................ ......... 2
" litchell, b. Dickenson .......... ...... 3
" Swallow, c. Ewin, b. Dickenson.............. U
" Thompson, b. Archard .................... 0
" Garrett, c. Archard, b. Dickenson. .......... 6
" Durham, b6. Dickenson.................... 0
" Harper, not-out....... ...... ...... ........ 3
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Total 60
Mr. Kennedy's Eleven.
Sapper Everall, l.b.w., b. Larcombe............... 7
Pvt. Collins, 19th Regt., 6. Laroombe.......... .. 7
Fischer, Esqr., 99th Regt., b. Larcombe........... 2
Kennedy, Esqr., 19th Regt., b. Larcombe........ 0
Corpl. Grant, R. E., run out. ....... ............ 3
Cox, Esqr., R.N., c. and b. Murray .... ........ 8
Corpl. Varnes. R.E., run out.....,........... 6
Sapper Ewin, b. Murray........... ..... ... 0
Gunner Archer, R.A., run out.................. 3
Pvt. Patterson, 19th Regt., not out.............. I
* .Dickenson, 19th Regt., 6. Larcombe......... 3
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