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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00046
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 46-Vol. Xi. STATE SUPER VZAS ANTIQUES 24s. per Ann


Hlamillon, 1Berminda, Tuesday, November r 16, 1 SSO.


Notice.

Extensive & IIlm)ortant

Auction Sale.

The Undersignea ha!s i,-en a'voured wilh In-
structions
TO SELL,
11T PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON THE
1 th Novr,. Instant,
At 12 o'clock Noon,
ALt the Officers' Mess 1.19th Ilegt.,
St. Georges,
A large quantity of Valunable
Household Furniture,
And other Property, belonging to Lient. Colonel
I'. I). Vigors, Olfiecrs and Mess of l-19th It cg.,
Consisting in part of:-
DIRAWING ROOM CIIAIRIS,(Cane Seated)
E'asv CII 11IRS
Rocking CIIA IRS, (Cane Seated, &c.)
Dininar Room and Bed Room CIIAIRS
MAll'TING G Di.,ingr and olhr TAB1.ES
BLINDS
CU lt''AINS, (Rep, Muslin and Calico)
Iron REI)STEAI)S, (large and small)
Camp BEDSTEAI)S
MlIA'Tll IESDS'1S, (hair and spring, &e.)
Dressing TA BLES
L.A M IS of every description will Reflectors
GLASSVA'RIRE DELF CI{OCKIE It Y
SAFES, (Meat, &c.)
MoIsquito tCU31TAINS
II Arliih n iuLrE IIE.S, &m., & ., &.
AL.-O,
If not previously disposed of
The well known charger ,id hunter


The Knight
ol St. 'corgCe.
Charger and Driving Horse
CAIVIELd
I Four-wheeled WAGONE T"I'E,
for I or 2 1 orses, ith Iamip, Aprons,
C1 slion, P &eG .,&, il v,.ry excellent order.
1 CARRIAGE, with Pole
1- Tea CART, on Springs (a most
Suitable Aitiele for F'niicers anu, in first
class order)
I Pair Carriage LAMPS
1 MARE 1 Set of HARNESS


1 c 0 w
(Good and very handsome) to calve iii Decr ,
I WAIlDROBE', with glass doors
I CAItRI.AGE, in very good order
I Set of IIARNES S in very good ord.,r

yN1 YAC L T,
(14 Tons) with Sails, &c.
I I)INGY, with Sails
Racing GIG fourr i)ars) with sliding Seats,
Rudder, Oars and Bloat Ilouse,
4 Rugby Union FOOT'BA L,
Goal Posts
8 Boundary FOOTBALL, Goal I'osts
PIGE(EON i(lIo )X ior PI'apers
Ice BOXES ItEVRI G FI RAT'OI S
2 Largc Wall LAM.PS, with Reflectors
Files of "TIMIES" llusirated PAPERS IS
5MAGAZINE'S, &c., for 1878-79 (vizt., Corn-
hill, Blackwood, FI:a-er, &c., & c., bound
and unbouniId)
A Quantity of \ IN E, aid uther Articloes too
numerous to mention.


1 Col
11


BOA\ It'


ALSO,
3 SOWS
27 11hF.N.


3 COCKS 8 OUCKS ilIENCOOPS
4 FORKS 3 1AKiES :ij PICKS
I SPADE 2 \VWater I'OTS
2 Iron Fire POTS 3 li. A ROWS
3 HOE)S E a1 irow ;nd A RlI,
SCUFFLE I.INE anld CAPP'I'El
I SLEDGE 3 8HOVELS
I LAMP 1 Mosqiuito NET
1 Door MAT i'OiTiANTEAU
Further Particulars of Property and Conditi-
ons of Sale may bo obtained hb, application to
the Unders;gned.
W. T. ROBIEiRTS,
A auctioneer.
St. Ge,1rgc.'es, Nov' !i i)'r I, i)3 --'


Corseear of Yori- 'tret and 1 iiarket
S|im:l,


S T. G EO R C IF"S


HlTRI JI7 11" R.


Every an4ieii,.in given to thie accomnlodation and
comrfoi t ol Boardcrs.
Novenibe.-[>th, I1.-ly'


Notice!


Notice!!


Dry Goods! Dry Goods!!

B. w. eWalker & Co.
Have received ex Steamship Solway," from
London, a largo lot of
NEW GOODS,
Which are now open in the Stores above their
Office, for sale at extremely low prices:
among which will be found :
PIECES Fine White COTTONS,
'at 7, 6I pei Piece
Fine Wid. English PRINTS, at 4 d per yard
104 White Honeycomb QUILTS, 5/ each
White and Brown TOWELS, 3/6 per dozen
Ladies' and Gents' Cambric Handkerchiefs
White Damask Table CLOTHS, 4/ each
Gills' and Women's Striped and Ribbed HOSE
4 per dozen
Men's White Oxford SHIRTS, 1/6 each
MIeI's ZuLu Clheck SHIRTS, large size
Twilled SHEETS, 3.6 per pair
White and Grey COTTONS, 2jd. per yard
All Wool TWEED, 1 6 per yard
Honeymoon White and Colored DOYLEYS,
1, each
And a ge.att many other Goods much too
numerous to mention.
Hamilton, Nov. Sth, 1880.

Souvenirs of Bermuda.

Parties leaving Bermuda can oh-
tain Cedar Work, consisting of:
NAPKIN RINGS Rodel STANDS
CANDII.iS''IChKS Shirt STUDS
Shirt i;UTTONS l'g. CUPS VASES
Eg, Cup STANDS. Tobacco BBLLS.
Palmetto Work Acacia Do.
Bermuda Al{RO\VI.O ,T, from 2 Ibs. to 500
1loney Cedar Berry SYItUP
s" Cassava, Starchl, Cayenne Pepper
Sea ROD)rS Sea EGGS
To boe all warranted the 1'roduets of these Is-


C.. II. -ROlMBI SOj.
45 Front St., i himiltoi,
9th Nov., 18860. 2

Theodore Outerbridger
D. V. .,
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Olliee :,nd Itesidence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Ar.ry Pay Office.
O(dieIe Iours-S to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
V\ill Visit St. Georges Professionally
'TUESD)AYS AND FRIDA\YS.
Ollico at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Squarde
I llemilt4-n, November 8. 1880 --if

Photog raph Gallery.
Soaser-yei Ferry.
W AM1. I. TROTT, Jr., having fitted a Gall-
ery at the above mentioned place, is
prepared to take
PHOTOG IAPHS,
In all the newest Styles and respectfully solicits
the Patronage of the Public.
Old Pictur.-s Copied, enlarged and iniihed in
any style. Out-of-door Views a Speciality.
November 8, 1880.-4

Just Received,
From London per S. S. Solway,
SETTS Handsome Carriage HAR-
NESSES
Setts Ilandsome Dog Cart HARNESSES
Setts Superior Cart HARNESSES
Draft COLLARS and HAMES
Ridipg SADDLES (extra London Finish)
Very Superior Assortment of Riding and
Driving WHIPS, Plain and Silver
Mounted.
From Halifax, N. S.
A%1 Handsome Chestnut


1 4 Seat WAGON, by De Wolfe,
Also, momently expected from Now York.
I Handsome Extension Top Park
PH.ETON
Cart and Carriage COLLARS
Cart HARNESSES
PLOUGI1S and Swing BARS
And from Shediac, N. B.,
4 Superior Farm IIO SEI'S,
2 Ahtch COWS.
IOUTEIE Bit]U)GE BROS.
Reid Street, Nov. 8th, 18S0.--2

A'Wr1W BOOKS,
Suitable f x.r Chriitma.s mad New Year Preseonts,
ju.1 received from London,
And on sale at the Aloyal Gazetle Stationery
Store.
Ilui ilton, Nov. 2, 1880.,


Notice.

The Brgt. 1J- H. LiTLIMER,
Expected to Arrive about 10th Instant from
Prince Edward Islaud with the following


Which will be Advertised for Sale at Public
Auction, on Airival.
(900 B RIRELS Garnet POTATOES
0 B- 100 lirrols MINNE.SOTAS
500 Bushels iest Table POTATOES
121)0 Buimhls heavy Black OATS
1000 Lbs. BARLEY
1000) Lbs. OATAl1,'AL
10 Cords FIR IEWOOD
20 %Tot Superior Compressed IIAY, in 100
Lbs. Bales
12 Farm aud Carriago

MI]ORSES,
6 Superior HEIFERS, in Calf
6 Superior Cows,
in Call'
50 Large Pat SIIEEP I'
150 Young GEESE
This Cargo has been carefully Selected by I.
WILON iiIGGS, Fsqr., of HBermuda, who
has taken great pnins and trouble in the .elec-
tion. The Potatoes are well cured and free
from mixtures. The Horses are all known to
be good and well bred. The Cows and lleifers
are from the best Imported St6ok and expected
to make large Milkers.
B. \V. WALKER & CO.,


Hamilton, Novr. 2. 18S0.


A uctioneers.


Table Potatoes.

Just Received, in Prime Order
SUPERIOR TABLE

F D a TAl S N A
At Lowest Market Price.
Special Rates to Army and Navy Canteens
and Memces.
F. T. JJ13ES,
'1 Frott Strect.
Hlamilton, November 8, 18o0.


V 33. 301
Corner of Queen 4. Reid
lhuuilton,
Is now receiving ex Solway" cf
G ents White SHIRTS
(Gents Oxlord SIIIIT'S
Youths' White S11 IIRTS
And a Choice Selection
Fancy A articles,


* Streets,

romii L,imlon


of
T'oys,


Suitable for Christmas Pr sont,.
November 2, 1880.-3

FRESH PORK.

To be had at No. I Family Grocery
Every SA T UR D J1Y,
Until Further Notice,
At 7d. per Ub. for C. 0. P.
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. JEMMF T"T.
Noth Side Pembroke,
November 2,1d, 1880.-;3





SPECIAL NOTICE!
Direct J.AInthly Steam Communi-
cation between


STEAM.IERS lea o Loidon the lasi TuI'isday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Me:-
chants, London, exQeVute indentrs ltr every due
r'uption ofu Goods lor shipment by these SteCnI.-
( r"!3.
Ilighe.m Matket IRates secured foi coisii:u-
ments of I ernutdia P'rduce.
F (,r Frei;-hl, Passage, a ld ull inforimtiHon,
Applyk to
I. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for ',tea'ners, lamilat 'rl.
.luue 5, 1880.--12 in
ALL Good GUocers keep A. E. WHYI.AND'S
Celebrated SOAPS.


Estate of Walter W. Darr-ell, Er-..
Deceased.

Notice.
A I, L CL A I MS against the above
E stialt must be s,,nt in by 20th Novem-
ber next for settlement, and all persons IN-
DEDTED ) o the said I'state are reiuiired to
make s.'ttisfrcltory anrrunigeient of thlcir respecl-
ive amounts by the above date.
ANNA S. )DA IRRELL,
Exccutrix
Southampton, Sept. 20, 1880.
EsITA'rE OF
Thle Iaitc J-illOeI Cox.

Notice.
A LI, Persons having jist CIAl\IS aLrainat
the Estaite of tihe late J \MES COX,
Stone-nuason, Pembroke Parish, are request-
ed to send in fame on ur bljbre the '30i diay of
Nuven.ber installl. All IntdeIbled to the abi've
Estate %will plea u make payment onu or befoi e
the above date.


Hamilton, Nov. 2,


ROBIERT N VII I'l'I"
SOLOMON SI,11,110.
Executors.


Almanack, Guide s& Directory,
18S1,
JS now in course of revision and preparation
Parties who havc change'l their places of
bpsilnics i or% *I1o0;e u:n:eS ;and ocuIIp-c'ions ii tiy
h;,ive lice", i'mor'ncctly staicI, c1 iw bhosi i'nnes ,lo
iUL Uppeiwar in tue DlihCe TUR .V, will oblige by
ar'ihrtssing il'e ,, ioya.l V;;azedto" Ollice.
1i !is Publication having n wide ci cu!ation in
Bernmiuda and abroad aid purchased by all f'our-
ists tflortl, Advertizcrs uhin.eqi.alled flaclite,.
Application for iidvL, iiziwn; space sioul-d be made
as cat ly as possillc.
DONALD M-PHEE LEE,
Proprietor and Pub'idser.
hIanailtn, Sept. 21, 18'.0.


By the Barre1.
At lowest Prices for the Caa'i.
Apply to


S. S. INGHAM.


Rem oval.
1 'lilE Ui.dersigntd inii.,uIns tlhe Inhabit l s .of
Som. rset P'arish and t'.e Public gene ally
that he hIas
Removed his Office
from Mr. Richard Been's resi.-luco to hlik nw
Building "MOTE CRIS'TY,' near Masonic
I.odge, Manprove Bay, where lie vi;.it I 'rof,-
,ioimally every Friday.
Also, takes this opportunity of returning his
grateful thanks to thoso who have so kindly pat-
ronized him, and trusts that they will give him
a call at his ,IeC Olmice, where they will see that
lie has turned to account their liberal support.
W. 0. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F A. \., | ,S.
Mole Ciisty, roierset.
Sept. 3., 1880.

m 7.


a II 1 0 11 T IlE Undersigmed has Ieceived
from London a first Class
S Forbid all Persovs CIt'EDITING my Wife
ELIZAT'ROTT, as I will notlie Ites- "V
pon:ible tfor any I)ERITS Contracted by her. With moveable figure, designated "The Zulu
RICHARD T. TRO'rT. Iand." Is prepared to attend, at very re:ts l-
Warwick 'arish, Nov. tlth, 18U.-2 pd able rates, Juvenile r Cucert, Pi-Ni,
&C.
LL who wish to have their 'lThe Music is first Class and ithc wonderful
S- Kitlchen IUtensils, Bath Tubs, W\Vinlo in, ovemieuls of the Band are n.o:3t :amusing and
IBrass Wo\Ik and Wood Work Clean and ustoishing.
Bright GGIEORGE OrKLEY.
Should use the Scout ing, Clean- u1nuilt ,. Jue 7th. 8su..
ing and Polishing For Sale,
AA Fine Ilarioniiim,
lPI;)Im OF TI)rlEK KiTCHEN.fu.a L lurch or C p.l.
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap appSiable fto'huch or chpto
11. K. & F. B. THUIBER &,CO., G. F. BOUCHER.
Proprietor-. II.milI,,n, Sept. 21s, 18E0.


JD VI CE
flow to get rid of your bad co'd.


(ob E. A. 31IEY
UI'ht LCONFECTIIONI-mI,


I~,I


ks milli..ns got curedI by his celebrated C' ,UCI1
DROPS
Old Flashioned MOLASSES CANDY, good
for }ou and your children.
E. 3. M31EYER,
C( r. of Vieltoia t-reet & East
Broad way
llamilton, October 19, 1860.-3m

C.T. CONYERS,
.\'IIOLF.S\I, & IlETAI.L

AND DEAL.EII IN
't'ea, Coel'e. S6 a r." ,

English and American Goods,
No. \\est Front Stroe', I namilton.
October 26th, 18.-0.-6mn

*j we ..5 I i -

PAINTER,
DEALI-K IN
PI'IN.-T, OILS, VARtNISII ES, GiL \S
PUTTY, IIlUSIIES, &c., &c.
Every description of CulI)Kl made really for
use.
J. E. EVANS takes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
ald will endeavour (as in the past so, i the
future), to merit their continued favors.
II Queen Street,l Hamilton,


Be I'll a


Hotel,


&UGUSTUS HI. PASCHAL,


Every neco tuulumJdtfilloit d attention givezi to
lhe Con, fut of' Boarder., ant i Trarnsient i 'Nestq.
jLimeiheon pros ided at the slioi test, notice.
8 eptniber 29th, I'S4).-Gni
I reigihtiandfl(L'XcUrsinu

Boat


F11:Il" Undersigned ta'ke- this =ethod of re-
Sturnin his sine c tiauls to his Patrons
and the I'uhlie thliy have extended l owards him ,ilii..fr 1u1e past
tetn years, a:nd ia ing repl;c.-i l t >) '0 l:lts"
by the well IIknow Boat UNI )N" for io put'-
pose ol 'c:irryiig on hi s Iusiness hIopes \%ii the
nustu iaric otl Iunetuality a;id reasonable chargess
to receive a eu .iiiiuatiue of' their favor.
( iThe I.'NION" will lly a similar Flag
to that which she carried during her Mil Set'r-
vice.
The U." can lie obtained for E.xcutrsion
Trip-, I reightil n &e.
IVM. J. LIG HTB OURVN.
Ilamilton, Oct. 5th, 1880.

AMERICAN WATCHES,










1iE above XV A 'CHE, for lbit!i
L .- idis and G lnteiie,! me kep: ,'.,'-t:i. I lv
on hl ind by the UAdor'ig ne ;. -,i'h 'I i,. -
Smen t not it Stock v"ill be ruL tii.3ir1d at tlh,
Mlan uactor's list price. Also, mak to ort'er
anq style of Case with (Crest, Monor;rami, &c.,
Oiigra\ed.
!tem.mtber thie Amrc-rican WVatcli C.. r.cikcl
the Gold a';cd l at the late Paris Il' siliti.,i, .
E. T. Ofil1I.).
Front Street, 11 mi o ,
I eer 16, 18 8. ( -u.o.


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Bermuda &London
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noltie .that (.n thie ;rd rcaaling ;;i il.
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ip.p -.lr,1 l' i I',.;-t;miite. o-; 1 v." '': ,* ^ '*^
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of Oe Pctio' 1i Cant a uei Liilto1 atte \Irt!.\

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agr, ed to., l
The Hous e.suimed ."a,.t : I. r:4 ibi h ..- .ol uat.-it
ol the Committee.
M r. Ouduey iut .,rc "' d t'. i_. t i,'gi hia'? tac
'irusi o tbo \ 'i l, ? II i. -', I ;I;,),.I- :l.',' it ..

The Iesolve -t utiig a. ;urn ,or the idaj),:Ii". ,jt
theo Public Libraryi', vas read a -P2nd lim', co-miat-
ted, adopted, and ordered to ibe c'ngro'sed.
The Resolve granting a sum lor Pilota.ae pur-
poses, was read a 2nd itiie, committed, adopted,
and oidtred to be engrossed.
The Bill to provide for taking up lan.k1 for Pub-
lic purpose?, was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearmau in the Cuair.
The Attorney Geueral moved the 8th CIlausc.
Mr. N. J. Darrell moved to .trike out the word
perma!tentu in the Glth line--vhivLi: was ner.otived
Ayes P. Nays 16.
Mr. N. JI Darrell rovvd to thike out all alter
the word exceptt" -.,L beginning ofi 1th inie dov';n
to the word Justices in the Ith line from the bot-
tor, and add-" h' le~s than shMll be dernluined
by. five sworn freebolders, appointed by a Justice
of the Peace residing in the Par.-h where such
lands are situated, but if thire ho no JiJ iicoe id.
ing in that. Parish, then rv. utic u...-i'l-t : ;0 ai r
adjacent Parish, and the said freeholders Th-iI an-
nex to the valuation a deciat atiot ia n .vriting, Sai'b-
scriled by them or him., ;I the emOi tcI is.hc'eof,
un.d the decision of uch fl .... H ohliAl be in.,
ftl i nil n 'each purc h in.:. a t .. --i-; ..'.. ,
Sys 1
Mlin r. I m t '" ;
i'r. Frat' .'.,i mov ,'1e t 'itl: i Ike f l 'f ,'l TVtc i .7th cW ':KiI
lines the worlds r Ity I L.-? v !urti,.;.n .i lh :,'1 Ju-'-
lice's iIunder the pin ic r. cI.nn, he an ::n L. c I' ?
\-lhichi r'. a,. ali riI.';I.o,,
.,-0171s 51mahor, F t ; I" J P
Darrell, N J Dirre, l FeI'" 'WV r I V
S Mlastels, S A Mas.L, \V "' Mer.i'. A '%. 0 i-
ney, W R Peniston It 'l'a-g.w. W II iioc
Nays .S -M.-irs. J .,- Atwo.-1, T N DlilI, S B
Gr.iy, E H G.lipin, S iA i y, D Mid letun,
C Peniston, T F Tiu,:er.
The Clause as amended ,i th:! :a ';.n-..d to.
Tne Attotney Gtti er.a it!..v., l be '. h ('1 .!,.m e.
Mr. \Vilkiso-;i u luo'.' c i to i.3 cut. t wor;' l
d.main .d" uiid ini..-i l tm-a all eni,.[ :-r In
s r n rainn'
Mr. Fraser :movr. i na t : rl M'' hi'c,-'" I
stlF itiuted 1 l.!l vt( oi 4 1 d. m ai nd' i t! e 11: line
.LI|. Ohten l ii" W- AN..l th. trh til ,-'.l ',t ;'
be subF.tituted tlor ti1 w ,Ord '- i -4.1.tl"' iP hitit lin'
-iwhich wa.s aliraincl
A\es 13. NaYs 7.
T hm CJlau -' ;:s Crii r iti ,,l l ,i. ,,1 to.
The Atitoiu.y 2'.enelttl mIov-d the 1011th 1 u.-'e.
Mr. M!id'-1let' n tU.art-I !o a t iaftli the w irdl',
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t,.. ,rr''~ -- i-.bh w <,s not -c ,rli'eli.
1ri' lOt ;ted li D h ('laun- e i0 i a I l I
'liLe Attorn y G13enr-i. al mo'-l I ,: lI Cth 1, lai-'
\M 0 1 i 'l. i -'il l f.
ir. N .J. L'-, r.-It moVP'i I.' rik. out ';eI *N.oil
t ," I !,t(h l*' i ": .?.r l ," .t -* h ol d '-,, ..
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, ',ii 'ir vent thrse trav r-sers wilo -iR U i.em o-i:S of
arl nrm.-.-t tr'il ':iTig il: irs eats t tiln-il n''t
, i. .r ,itt in Fhinr.rv. i':Pon i .:d Le int,-w.nd,'d

.: -".'oh, 1 by I.h .'liv,.'. H., :! d it th ,y I.!d-
.-. *i :;ii hi,' 1. rioo h,' \X' .:t,, -i-',_- tienu ft '. in_

i, *: ,- T .. -.u, the I;:- .
, i'.. i 1'u o hI U.i< s ;l '"iit,.. 1. 3114i4'
h i--at-he. 11-,a L tud Lea-iue f.,. .id :i;o: -iirihn-
O A r ili d, t:-e. PForn'li in the ..vir."4.' h-
i-:.'h ini lt- d t a 'rs,.riaal a! ,ck nl For ter. i.
Lo(PON. N" ',.--A i, ,pon'il)!id,-nt :it Pter'rtons
,'; the I -aiih -f he Cz 'er ie rrpoitted ieiy' iausat. '-
actory.
.Li? uN, Iv. .-Iil- Alli,! fine -.Ec ai iPmer Fua'ii-
,. t.r li.. C,:a,-.a..'i. U rr -'.. '' ", N Ia+ i:, ;.le d at GCia -

L, '.N OL', Nov. ;-..-N '11i 1':, b; I oi -)i wi.,,,t i ':'i
S,.m ith1 P.FIk ,t Entlw.l! ye-':dzINc.y went to An ie-
i +

THE AGITATORS IN 'IRELAND AT WORK,
W N W.;; '. of D .,.'.ce and ..,'*r,..a I* 1 .'7 'i< -ic-A, ai-.
S ',.,.,ua'tory Adl,'e.,s. '*

D1un., Nov. 5.-Tho. .;-r ,.hii, ;'pri.ecut:on
vf il nd': '" the Lan,) L,-.rue are ha,;ni J ..' to
.--1 i.i iu', ih.';. l,.'' ,t u ii'in h1 i ,id in ,,"';r. sed
I-i,,i.' .v Vit Vi1mee, at "v,' i.ti,,-' \, MI tfn i "i_' i re
:'< in o*" t'. Le'.L'C' l ^ t ihti e", at w itch '
St~;l, rmnuri, Jiihn Ln-il:. ..id .----" Thle i .'fi,.
, iO'V le d i? u.-i'- ide't'ecr i'ued tlih n over ihn a e' -
n0 ,i-'r right-. Tt!' nationalists of Ireind, Eng-
an.i. Scotland ,and Ameri,-a will no d.iubt couvince
he G-,vr '-,.at Ly tlhe.r pr:uimpt. 'p[atri.Itic netl,on
t.i'- f"' a:Tit i -, freed 'ni, the h,. inirf of wl'ich ii
u, t.' 'i--.1 in Ir'Iind, wi'll ot. be puit dowu with.bout
ia in. i: I struggle."
T h. Lin,. T.eaue ii' Loin ica.h i. lsued an
ilndruss I )Q..t iC'l!diIlii'g -'- fo'l>w'-<.- The '..1,-wu. j hour
- l .k-s n thtl dial .-I t tin,' The tertr-blottenr
Si.t' if, ;fyuo rinig .util.-riug e'ountry flies open lIefori
',,u. "Approaeh it, meun of Irelandu; Xrit(C upon its
i 1 -.i.rorioa payg iliiripeip',rihna;ble word of freedom
'GJ d Sa, I-eland.'
MI,-ti),- ;nre nTow Li binu, held daily thrioulghout their
-'riinitr. Twe'lvrt wil! I. held oin next Sindlay
Pa ien- ;l ; will .-tt.1!,d i at Athl,.one, Dillon at Kill'il,.e
(.tlit Clare Tii' t rr:na;in"tI,'tf .s ,hows imnuprive
>-'.eit ill--.

THE IRISHI NATIONAL. LAND LEAGUE.
PROGRESS OF THE .STBUGGI.E
T_' C't"It of Q-ia en' Bench this 1a.I- Dniu wa
t.'i".1:de-I buit u i i!utl C i rt oe.' l fi io'p lfie.u
v~:. o U en bnhl it ith: nniinIr -rof A the Lfut
Lianw!e, who have tiour ays in which to. ap0swer th
-amitnOrs. The-y v.-ill merely 1b.i'ge a forutnil ap
poora.nc- in court thrulii their slieitor. Seveta
of ih 1' irio:-t pro'iiiu,-t. Lad re-,'olveIl to conduct their
owu defence, but htvr nhatidioned that. iitenltion- i
dOie -m.' tI. M:.- Pairneli : ,sirui to-, expedite tli
Si...... ?.r. B_', ,ctL e ..-. ilnay in dl.:)o, whi ,a
u.,ii.,! '" ,find lahbor.r. to r .-;:p this h rei n. ;id1. i'
\V-I <'a iAl,'f iani expedition is nl.i 0 i'- liu.,t iiiiiioed
IDui'liu state's that the sy.-A,-m of Ittrr.iri.mi utiScd t;o
wv.-and him is on Ilth' increi-e, tnd that it is plain]
ihe imtEntii' ion f the Leag e i t i'.,h il hinm oul 'of 1


BIv th- kiud perni.-i..i of -Coloul W elan, '.P.,
nau.lOfl. .ts f ,9i !f of E. R.:--t.. tle Baud will
p! ly i-i V,..t-ria P1ath this (iTue-.,Jnv) fte-rnoou,
f',,i 3 t,. r,.m. (wm.ithe p,.rmitting).
i..AOU rr.'rlI? E.
I G rani March ...... Faust.............. Gounod
2. Overture.......... T ,,. ...... ....Rossini
3. ELJul! hniiFl Fr,Fo ,/',v. e mane-. *. **e, Bellini

Valse ............ The Cl,..... Arrd. Godfrey
5 ...:.-[iin..7-La LFi/e li Tini.i'r ,JIri)r..Offenbtrb h
'. O:lop ........... F ldiaier........ ....Peplow
7. Selection...... Gemma d'i Vcr.rfY.......Donizetti
GoD SAVE THE QUEEN.

r .:Ii:,. '... *- R..I ,-tt Yi!l-lr bilI1lplh, 1.A.,
M.B., has be-i proimoi.'l 1t,: thlie rank: of Staff-Sur-
geon in Her Majestyv'. F:Ilet -iti .sunirwity of ?th
instant.- (Un'l. I S ,f rice et., Oct. 2:1.)
N.B.-Dr. Biddulph 1::1, l ,I-r.' in IT. M. S


V:Want of time--o:.-n.-ioncd lbv tfih lato hour
i whiii-li soie of ourn advrtising favors were ro-
,.eivrd--p'r:.vnts our lavyili h before our readers
nm uch in l:-r-li .- 'mc tti:.r iut J.- .%d -fc.I t ii.s issue of
th.: O .-.tte."

To C'',pRE,-rNDE.N',,.-" T. _. T." in our next.

BIRTI11. at W o,:.11 wn. i:uwick, -.nu 1.3th in;t., the
W irr of Cf.:v'inis D-orrcll. *,fa D.'.I ,;I tn.

DlIED, ait Tn.-! '-r. Trfu. October 3,:th, N.\omr
Oc-r.1.\ -l.A. .L., tit .r',ji ai.1 miur h e oi ve l child
.-' Prin:..., r.l Al1hen.-, Smithi age:l two years, one
aunth a id is '.lny.
......... at his re-idei? in ni.iuthaml.ot n Parish, ;Thl dani y last, 11th i-.bt1ant, Tr!o:.,.u f En. CooPEDI,
;iSi,,l : .ear. ..
.......... to-day, ofdipltt herelic eroup. WILALIAM HAM -
LTroN, Youn et.-0L son oi tfhe late James I1. (Oxley, in
the ltii vy-ar of hliii aig.-Hlifu., X. S., Ev'Xnihg
1 ?2 9.

SO. a
| Noice.
Sj)ART'i'E' hIinviiI: BLLS against the Brilish
.S.. &".-'I'.TANMOIi';." Rahi, Master,
're reqiitcted to reoider theo .nname in Duplicate
to dic ,1a1-tecr wi board or to the Subscriber at
l.lailion, ly I oon I U-MORIUOVVW.
J. S. DAF RELL.
Nove bnlier i 5, 1;,.SO.

or Be,,fit Of O 'WncSf, Underwri-
te's and aill Concerned.


BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
W ILL BE SOLD,
SN D E R B I r S E D ,
INI TIS TOWN,

To-morrow, -) (edinesday,

I17th instant, iat 12 o'clock Noon,
s The following:-
1 F(3OREIIAST
I BOWSPRIT
S TOPGALLANTMA.ST I Main TOPMA.ST
SFoul.-'.taniil' RIGGING(
Lot of Old SAILS Lot of Sbhcaithing COPPER
Conl,.nmnr-d on Sure'.-y on Board Br. Brgt.
"iResiiltadt:.," Georg,, Master, which
Yssel pitt into this Port in distr-ss
, _\n aVoyagefrom Deneirarabound
e to Quetenstown for orders and
, re.-coiuni(dd to be Sold
es as labove.
l J. T. DARRELL & CO.,
W Agents.
10 B.W. A WALKER & CO.,
-1. Auctioneers.
tr HT-anlton, Nov. I,'th, IS.'O.
11


[hle Emporium's final and
Unresierved Sale of Clothing.


BY B PUBLIC AUTIO N,
To-morrow, Wednesday,

17th Instant, At 12 o'clock, M,

W ILL BE SOLD,
The ralininlg pot-tion of slightly damaged



By suit water, nimbtlinng a all about 1,200
Gat'r -u-nts, Con'iisting in part of :-
(ENTLEMEN'S Bla :k Cloth SUITS
Gentlemen's Bla.k Clot.h COATS and
\'ESTS
Gentlemen s Black Cloth JACKETS
Dr'. do. and Blue Diagonal COATS
Do. do. do. do. JACKETS
and VESTS
Do. Tw.ed SUITS
Do. do. COATS and VESTS
Do. do. JACKETS
(e"te--n. n's T _-wel TVWQ'SERS
Do. Light and Heavy OVERCOATS
Do. Merino, Cottotn Alnd Flann,-l UN-
DE PWE ,-.'
f) Pairs Doiiuli BLAN-KETS
Ladlit-s' andl Gen.'s BOOTS and SHOES,
1 TATS, RIBBONS NOTIONS
PISTOLS and REVOLVERS, &c., &c.

A LSO,
20 Bris. Bass' Pale ALE, to close
C'onsignieint,
And 1 Fire Proof SAFE
J. H. ROBINSON,
Auctioneer.
IIamilton, Nov. 103, 18 O.





TTHE SACRED CONCERT,
S,':-..ri of the L:-li--s aaid Gentleimen of
| t. .i.-or.e'?s,

'1,- ,c i:-., :, t:i.;ke lace LAST
'7 ;t "he Tha-c.tr- SpAr Yurd, Ireland
l nd. ) i-:
i,3 _TWiJ .' t PostpolJeL,




"" r '- :"R Next,
The1 l.'1th Instant.
}NovC ii2 (- Ir I 1t 1 i l).


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TVILL h lbS LD, P c A

01 TInns_ ,-1.7. 01101, .P L y I C .. 0 N


1th instant. t 12' ,o '...
ON 7A.7t ?-s 22S _A.
&,,hr
0 1 .. boar... t. .- .-, ..:,11i,- A
She ..,rd." Tr u:!' ui t .[ie.t--.|'' Fti: iit, tlui.
Port ill A.i sn, :1 ov-", fr ,. : i '-

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33 Barrel' (I.'8(aKE s
7 Barrel Piloaf BREAD
I E, N. 0D':' '
..u.t ion.estr.
W. C. li _LAND ( _Ot,,
A gunt s.
S G(.coi ges, Novir. I I:h 1S."- .
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BY PUB! A"CT Si" ,
UNDER TIlE B1IG SIED,
On Thursday next

The 18th inst., fa t 12 o'clolk, M7.,
The Undermnientioned GOODS,
Now Landing from : `riWt. "'. II Litjii,:r,"
froltl Prin.e Ei '.vads hlaid:
900T QL. Extra Garnet PO-
T'CA' TOES
4,00 BIs. Jackisoin Wh i .s I)TATOES
60 1inmuesota POMi-'TATOE:S
27 Early Sumprise T)DO,
350 Ba's HI-avy Blaek OATS
7.5 Bales Comlpresse, ,lAYX Ii ll:,ls, each
1500 4 foot PAILINGS.'
20)(10 Lbs. FIREWOODQ
33 Rag.s Pearl BARLEY an1dl OATMEAL
AND,
All that tinay be lc ft unsold at Privat: Sale.
(5 Carriage a JInd Farm





14 HEIFERS, ii Caltf

T40 Fat SHEEP
10 Empty Waterm CASKS
Lot of Rlcfusi LUMBERI
ALSO,
10 Tubs New York BU'TTER
10 Drums ifHlifax CODFISH.
10.000 LA.THS
2 Doz. Pair Women's BOOTS
6 Men's Tweed SUITS
1 Doz. Pair Men's PANTS
2 Doz. Men's Felt HATS
2 Doz. Girls HATS 6 Bils. S. F. FLOUR
5 Bls. APPLES 1 Ti.-re-o HAMS
1 Bbl. HAMS 1 Half Bbl. BEEF
1 Bl. OATMEAL
5 10 Lbs. Boxes TOBACCO, Navy :3's
I B 111rmuda. Cow.

B. W, WAL,'KER. & ('O
AuctitNo.oeer,1
Hamiltoh, Nov. 15, 1.850.


MECHANICS' IA.LL,
H A AMILTO N.
) ..

An Entertainment
Coniisting of
Mt?]rO ALND :.DNZGS,
Will lbe given in the above tHall,

On Wednesday Evi' g.,
24th instant,
Ccninencing at 7-(1 p.m.
Price of Seats ]/,
Tickets to be obtained at the '- u yal
Gazette" Stationery Store, whure pa. l4an 'f theu
HMll may be s,-on.
Proratimme in next Gazette."
Proceeds in aid of t'e fuii'lUi.. (.f the Poin--
broke Sunday S school.
ITai-ilton, Nov. 1th, 1880.

Professional Notice.

IIF 8ub.criher purposi"iy to pass a few
Months in ti.e Islnd, will le pleased to
receive any of his Friends or fIrrner Patients
who way wis% to consult him Professionnlly.
W. C. HORNE,
L~Denlitst.
Reid Stree',llamilton, Nov. 16th, 18SO0.
II7


Situation W anted.
A YOUTH about 13 years ofage
would be glad of a ,1 itu;ti,,n as an
Office Boy, would minake Linm-elfsifrsul' to a Far-
imer or become ian A pprentice t, ::ny -,f tIihe
domestic Trades. Apply at. th (0ieu.
November 16, 185I.-1

Alinman ack l

A DVE[RTIS, EINI' : for the
Berm ida !'-. et- Alman.ack L..,r 1,e cn-
ing yea.,r can be ILf,e till SAT U D.\ i nex
ta.e '20 h insiant.,
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sa Ab.!. 'A :y~ 4.
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Or i mac.:T '.I-iI o ri' ('nnell:-ili,
..t G ei II.dl. o.-eni,-.t H ill, t. Gr.r-

0104o.n: in on-, 01--
OF, (lorn s a bed)
\V1hist TA LE ,in:ll ''.BL ,'
Cl l t S (dlinig, an'l siti.i ':'a"
nr ceklng CHIAIP'4
LAMPS 'of "i-ii', s':,rts) Dining TkABLE
CROCKERY
Cham _gne i, tCla and Sl.'rry GLASSES-
DECANTEI:S Clare JIUGT
BEDSTF+- f ,r.ADr S: MAT E:,S6
--it(hen TTEr,]::fLj, & ,. .,
W. T.ROBERTS
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AN !NTERVAL (OF FIVE _,'.INTTE;..

P.AnT II.
,lhd, I n,-,er ,.Can forg_ I. G. HIorne,
ura u, ,1,tb. (ic r,:,) t1Prof. Paiou'ls,
.... ( 3. L. C,,llyor.

To concluhtc-, en.h -v.-'nirng 'by VC1-y Sl:.eial i.-
sire) with th'- si-l-Is.litting I a-i(i iiirth provolc-
ing Far.e, Lv E. L131an.mliar', fE -., entith.led
The Aitfll Dodu-er.I

C'ARAC'TER1.:..
,. (-'tq ,. ,/ .,,.' (a Ieti fi.r' P xw'zb e. -i
ker ......I................ ..Vir,
T /,',', il,(, T' ,,, .1 (H is ': ,-r,,,' il ) .. T J at r e: ,

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D odger) ...... ....... ......... i" Mu... -,] v,
l,'lvl (a l .a'ti )'.............J. C. Mlerriitt,
L-,,uil/ 117!.- t.The Ward Cii Mr. t, nlr:, .)
............. ... ....... Miss. Glove',
,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ( Lady's Maidi' .,. M~rs.. lG. Heath.

By kinl ip'ernuiission of Cr.l. Ely anl -Office-rs
of th fli t99t (D. ,(,f E. Reghiient, their i i,.lii.
Band will he in llttt.,ilcC,.
General M,,Irna,,r. II. Jf H1ornI- I ',ta -1gn' Mna-
nager, T 1.ykei,.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle T2 ; Res.erved .. I.' B Ic
S,:ats I,'; GOalcsry ;..

Tickets may b'e had of Pay t'erg~,oanits of
Companies R. E. and 99th ; N. C. O's Tiless-'s
and Re-reition R.1ool iiCls'i.,iso, ld thli. d,'irs on
nights of le: f,.mnne'.
DOOrs open a-t 7" Ktit, to nlai iOlie', at S p -
eiselv. Carri'r.ges y r. _l,'-.'-r.d at 11 'p.m
Childrenii in a s not A.dnuittem.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.

Tlcqt taw i.o 6.1 nis owa '0t ,/qo

M/a(1/ th c ";:r $0 t -bn tke

fl7umillon fo!`- i'&ir I trw( r pa/-
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A rumour sa3,s that i r. T,,nnyimto b,s written a
characteristic letter I,, Garibaldi, invitilig Ithe Italianu
- patriot to revisit the charming retriut at the Isle oit
Wight.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


BE ITMUITDA.
Proceedings of the Legislative Council.

Tuesday, I1/th J w.e r, I80.--Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Win. H. Gosling,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr.Genl.,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
The Hon. R. E. Webster presented a Petition
from the Ministers, Trustees and others of the Me-
thodist Society in Bermuda in connexion with the
Methodist Church of Canada, praying that a Bill
may be passed to incorporate the various bodies of
Trustees of the Society in these Islands, lor purposes
stated in the Pletition.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 16th instant, at
11-30.

KIDNAPPING AND MURDER.
Y'i'tnj Boyt S'., n ain' then Kille.I to Prevent Dis-
covery Temipttion, of a P,,or Clerk at the dFlaue.
LONDON, October 12.-The particulars of a most
atrocious crime, committed a short time ago, are
published in the English papers this morning. It
has an especial interest for those who have made
the Charley Rose case a study, as the confession of
a murder, made a few days ago, shows that in this.
as well as in the American case, the object of the
criminals was to obtain a large amount of money
as a ransom.
Murder Confessed.--William Marianus do Jongh,
clerk to the Minister of the Colonies at the Hague,
confesses to murdering a school boy named Mariusa
Bogaardt, a son of a former Secretary General, now
living a retired life. The murderer laid his plans
very cunningly, and, before securing the boy, had
written a letter to the father asking for 73,000 guil-
ders, or $30,000, for the surrender of his son, but
how and whete the ransom was to be paid was not
clear, though it is supposed De Jongh had accom.
plices. The confession of how the murder was 1
committed was told by the prisoner to his sister,
to whom he was devotedly attached. De Jongh
wept bitterly while giving the following account of
the motives and circumstances under which the
murder took place :-
Planning the Crime.--He said that on September
23, before he committed the crime, and before he
had even possession of the boy, he wrote the letter
referred to, demanding the ransom on a certain
date. The letter was written in the Cafe St. Hu-
bert, from which he went to William's Park, where
Mr. Bogaardt resided. It was two o'clock in the
afternoon, Mrs. Bogaaidt. had just left her house
and driven in her carriage to Schevingen. De
Jongh thereupon went to the Rhenish railway sta-
tion, and, having directed a letter, put it into the
post office letter box at Ihe station. He then took a
cab, but as the cabman was asleep when De Jongh
entered he did not notice his face. De Jongh drove
to the school and asked for the young Marius
Bogaardt, a fine looking boy, thirteen years of age.
The Kidnapping.-," Do you know me ?" he asked
of the boy,
"To be sure," the latter replied, I have often
met you in the park."
Now, my boy, your mamma asked me to fetch
you from school," said De Jongb.
"Did ihe not, then, go to Schevingen," inquired
tho liad.
Yes," replied De Jongh, seeing that the boy
knew his mother's intentions, but she told me
she would on her return wait for us at a peasant's
house on the Downs near the town." The boy
then fetched his school articles, asked permission to
leave school, and accompanied De Jongh in a cab.
The lurder.-When they arrived at the Downs,
the murderer sought a quiet place where he threw
the boy on the ground, bound his hands and feet
with cord, which he had bought that morning.
"* Remain here,' he said to Marius, "till I return
with the money I have demanded from your father.
Stop your crying, if you do not want to be killed."
He covered the youth with his coat and intended
to go, but the boy cried so loudly that he returned.
Fancying he heard footsteps, De Jongh took his
sword out of his walking stick and killed the child,
stabbing him seven times in the breast. In a very
agitated state of mind the human ruffian fled to Sche.
vingen, washed his hands at the seashore, and re-
turned to Hague, after having thrown away his
sword stick in a little channel by the roadside.
De Jongh was arrested on the Downs, whither he
returned early the following morning: but after
being confronted with the coachman and other
,itncsses he was liberated. He was arrested after-
ward on his own confession.
.Iotives for the Crime.-After his avowal of the
crime, his sister asked him what motives he had
for the horribledeed. Hie answered:-
I saw our father die in poverty. As for myself 1
could not make my way in India, but I had a place
In the same office where father worked, but no bet-
ter prospects than he had. What would be my
mother's lot and yours? I wished to assure to her
a comfortable old age, and when I heard from a
family who are acquainted with his circumstances,
that Mr. Bogaardt was a very rich man, I was
seized with a desire to constrain him to give me
money by stealing away his only son. I did not
intend to kill the child except iu case he should
possibly become my accuser. My only motive was
my wish tort' money. Nobody assisted me either


before or at the murder.
The accused maintains that he is the sole delin-
quent. He will appear at the end of this month
before the Climinai Court. M1usqa.:tor, the ser-
geant who discovered the murder, receives daily a
number of letters of thanks. 'he case has created
an unparalleled excitement, in Holland.


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ToowNro, April 20, 1880,.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
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PAIN IN THE BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD-
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ToRONTO, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
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NERVOUS DISEASES.


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LIVER COMPLAINT.
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DYSPEPSIA AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
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BERMUDA, Juno 28th, 1880.
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United States Mail Steamers.

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WYOMING sails Tuesday Oct. 19, at 6 a.m.
NEVAD.A sails Tuesday Oct. 6, at II a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Nov. 9, at 11 a.m.
ARIZONA sai.s Tuesday Nov. 16, at 4 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Nov. 21, at 10 a.m.
NEVADA sails T'Puesday Nov. 20, at p.m.
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Agent.s,
29 lBroadw;a'y, New Yoik.
New York, Sept. 2.2, 180.
7 .io' vy tion 'f tf a',fii,'t i '" ,,f'
VI' 'il. ".M 1'T MO1iDERATl. A'I E.
Can be oblaiined fr'omi tih
I'I.V/.\ NI NSURA NCE.CR C) 1l/'.- Y
of London,


One of the iorngast Established and WValthieit
Oltices in (Groat Britain.
Through the BRANCII OFFICK. in these
Islands, a Saving is detected to the Insured
fI the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
Il-IKS taken both on It EAI. and PERSONAL
I O()PERTY for 3, 6 or 12 mouths.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
SN. A. BUTTERFIELD,


alsq.TilIto0n,_RCPtOll-b01' 9t 1,, 185.-).



Horse, CGarr?*.1,c ~


Agnt.i


Cwtl


TiHE Um'dersinmed ht'vii. r-sutie-A P-u-i. ::s;
at his uld S3tard, Corner of Churchi and,
Junction Sireets, nuir lainilton Ilotol. takes
this method (f thanking hi, friends anrd the pub-
lic generally for past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
THOMASI-S 1. II.IU'VE ,
January 6. 1879.


KIMME'5L 'S A


CHOICE E
MI E i t Y.


PERFU-


I IlEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and rcfreshiug adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving cent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIIIMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER
WATER.
RltlIMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
COLOGNNF.
RIIMMEL'S MUCH I PROVED FLORIDA
WATER.
RIM iEL'S JOCKEY CLUBJ a',d other fra-
grant Perfumes.
RI MMEL'Sd (I. IE JUICE and GlYCERINE
gives thle i:hair a beautiful iglos and imnp iilts an
agreeable coolness to the ILad.
RIMIMEL'S PURE WViITEG (;LC:RtINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSORl, HONEY,
ALMIOND, LETTUCE, C() \L-TAI, andI other
Toilet Soaps in bars or cake.
l11.11MIEL'S VELNETINE;, VIOIlT, RICE,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWVDERS, in
noxes, barrels and packets.
RiM3MEL'S AQUA.DEN 'INE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, relreshes the noutli, and
sweeteni the breath.
RflMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and rel'resing emanations of' the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIM 31 EL, Perfumer by appointment to II. R.
II. Princess of' Wales, 9d, Sirand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italien-, Paris.
May 27, 1?79.

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress. has been im:.le witin a few
years in manufacturing lood proilncts, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. \\e claim
that this ha, to a considerable extent, been due
ton otr eflort-.; as the Lurg'st Mani.ila.ctureirA and
DL'alcr iin the world in this line, w\v consider it
our' iatervst to manufacture only I'LRE and WIiOLE-
.om. goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All 4;oo.ds bearing our namu are
guaranteed to be ol +.uperir quality, and dealers
are authorized to rlimnhI the puri'hae price in
any cao wherl' citu. iiLer, is h:vo e c.mti.,? lor dissa-
tislaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THIUlRBE'R'S
BRA.N DS.
11. K. & F. 1. THURBER &R CO..
Iinporters, Manulacturer- and Dealers in Food
Products.
NEW YORK.


.W-. 0. F. Bi A I ', M E AI.E).
F.A.A, D...,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
iL'.ir lri:..


Robt. (4. Lee & Co.,

nUd 1JVSURA NC C !? R0 ,,OKR S,
18 Lcaleh iIll Stre:'t,
AND A I I.I )\T,
LONDON, E. C
Personal attention iven to Coisignnmeunts of
Bermunnda PIRODUC and the filling of Bier-
mudian orders.
April 13, 18S30.


Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


iDaily (Sundays excepted)
Fr. m their Store in lBurnaby Street to any per-
,son %V lio may desire a supply.
'! Customers in Iiamilton and Vicinity it
will lie delivered by Cart dnily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
'The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs.
and upwards.
.| penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
BIermuda Arlifiei.il Ice Company.
I la,.,lton, March 2-th, 1879.

Wanted,
J1 thoroughly competent
MAN SE RVANT.
Apply at once to
The Manter Attendant, 1-1. M. Dockyard.
Sept. 21, 1880.

'To Let.
THE METROPOLITAN
I 0 HOTEL
Queen Street, Hamilton, with S'TAlBLES,
OLUTBIJILIN(GS, &c.
Apply to
M. S. HUNT',
Hamilton.
Augusr 1st, 18c(l.

Charles A iderson & Co.,
Commission Jlierchants,
11 Cullum Street, E. C., London,
Coniignments of Island Produce and Indents
of Goods, promptly and carefully attended to.
June I, 180.-Gam


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7





-It


& E. ATKINSON'S
PERFUMERY,
celebrated for nearly a century past, isaof the
very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the following
EIIXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS.
London. 1802. Paris, 1807. Cordova, 1872.
SLma, 1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadelphia,1876. B
GOLD MEDAL PARIS, 1878.
ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSE, FRANOIPANNE, YLANOYLANO,
STEPHANOTIS, OPOPANAX, JOCKEY CLUB, ESS
*IOUUET, TRLVOL, MAGNOLIA, JAS."IN, WOOD
VIOUr, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
and all other odour, of the finest quality only.
ATKINSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
a moat fragrant Perfume distilled from the
choicet Exotics. 4
ATKIHSON'S QUIHINE HAIR LOTION,
very refredihiug Wash which stimulates the
kin to a healthy action and promotes the
growth of the hair.
ATKINSON'S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a powerful Perfume distilled from the finest !
flowers.
ATKINSOWS WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
a new and indispensable Toilet aeconipani-
ment, aud most refreshing Perfume tor the
et amid andkerchief. r
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other Specialities and general articles
of Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the
manufacturers
J. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List free on application.
SNOTICE. -rurchasers are cautioned lo av(,d
a ouAierfclt by obherlu; that e.h' a ituLl Is
labelled with the firm's Trade Mark, a V, ibt
So-e" on a"o Guldr, 1.,
ESTABLISRfED 1799, -


LONDON"





LI.*E OF' TEd.IJ E I
FOR
Bermuda and NJassau, NJ.P

lIIPPERS are informed that it is intended
to despatch Steamships from the (Easteri)
London Docks for the above ports as under:
Steamers. Tons. London. Darnnouth.
"Solway," 792 6th Octr. 7th Octr.
" Himalaya" 803 17th Novr. ISth Novr.
"Solwvay" 792 2"2nd Dec. 23rd Deer.
R. P. TKI1NS 4. CO.,
Agents.
September 30th, 1880.-3m

.sLAMJMJICK..-NOV EK M n E KI 1880.


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Fri 6 41

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sets.


Tide.



6 42
7 30
8 18
9 6
9 54


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Fl Aln lb 20ui m


I Dith after T,-idtyi.


Ti> ERUDPJA l$oV .L t< -Z'ETTE IS 9 pul'-ht( d
ery T e:;-di:- ;... J-,*,:,; LP 51M'P rIL I. 1 EE,
['- Crtr to th Quee' Most Exc:'ileit
*-;jesty,
es AT HIS OFFICE,
.Noi '.we.t Corner o"f ,'eitd and !nrn;0aby F'-'rets,

";here Biank.i, Hand-bills, &c., w11i be
piiated at the shortest notice.-Agent
at SI. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West F'nd,
Water Street.


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