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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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00049
 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00049
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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1LI'14 XELLENCtX THE GOVERNOR haxs

Tile Elouuorable RI. E. Websleir,
To be a MEMBER OF THE BcultD OF Eruui ATION.



IIt. E. EBSTER.,
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JITrS E C EL LEN 0rY T 11E G 0 VE RPN I La s

lpir. Niiellald.W%%. .erIu.
Of fli(* IRoyal Eiiine(vD-11i ttirito bhe
SU PER INTENT)EN.T 01F CO:LO'NIAL WORKS 111d
jierto.rni Alltho dufitic' app-i-taininpto the
Office Of Colonial Suir't-y:.3 cnlin the v'a-
coney of that iia ponitnti Ht.
ByHis E-)C.ileneq'.s ('ramand,
P-. E. WVE.BQTER.,
1Colonlial secc.r-tary.


IEMONTUDA,

Proceedlugs of lthe Le-eslative Council.
Friday, 3rd December. 1830.-Pursuant to ad.
journment the House met.
Present-Hiqs Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Win. H.Gosling,
Jnmes H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.
G.S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster. Col. Secy.
E. C. Gordon. Colonel, Com-
manding R E
A Bill entitled An Act to regulate the Trusts
of the Wesloyan 'hureh in these Islands,"
And,
A Resolve providing the sum of 200 for the
supervision and management of the Public Works
during the vacancy in the Office of Colonial Sur-
veyor-were brought up from the House of Assem-
bly and severally read a first time.
The Rule as to several readings of Bills and Re-
solutions on the same day having been suspended
by unanimous consent, the Resolve providing the
sum of .200 for the supervision and management
of the Public Works during the vacancy in the
Office of Colonial Surveyor, was read the second
time.
The House v ont into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report, and the standing
Rule having been again suspended by unanimous
consent, the said Resolve was then read the third
time and passed, and ordered to be laid before His
Excellency the Governor by the Hon. R. E. Web-
ster.
The following Message from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secre-
tary :-
(No. 32.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Maijor-feneral,
Governor and Cominimnder-iin-Chief.
The Governoir has the honor to lay before the
Honorable the Legislative Council ma copy of an
Account sent in by Mr. D). G. Lane, the Contiactor
for the Mail Service- between St. George's and
Hamilton, for the supply of extra and special Mail
Carriages to and, from St. Georges, from the 4th to
the 11 th of Sepltembe, when the injury done to the
Causeway by a storm had inlertupted the ordinary
means of communication.
The Gorenior' trusts that. the Legislature will
find fui.'ls for ,I(.t1: ,-ion the cost of this service.
Public Duildiig. H; nmioin. ,
2nd December, lSo')
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the "ith instant, at
11-30, a.m.



Abstract of the Proceedi'ngs of /ie Hono'rable
Houe.s oj A-sembly/.
Friday, :3rd Dt -em.',r, 1 )'.-M r. Wadson intro-
duced' a Bill in nu'diiufiito the Af to 1ake pr-o-
vision lor the appre, hmi,.ai of -'Deserteis fiom For-
eign Vessels-which wi-: ried a iirst time.
The PRei.,e for m'reu'nilinig dtlie. to AMr. John H.
Jackson on ihe i nmorlati-n or Saw Mill Machinery,
was readri 3rd liine ;andi parsied.
The Public Landa s [ill was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman inu th Chai;r.
The Attorney General moved a Clause as 89
Clause--which was avrted to.
The 9:O Clause was negative.
Ayes 3. Nays 21.
91 Clause agreed to.
The Attorney General moved ihe !92 Clause.
Mr. N. J. i).irellOmaovtd a iproviso to that Clause
-which was a.*eced to.
'1'he Clause s ',',aMcn-'.le -t rr. :< to.
Tlhelloi.- L. ,,,,,.3 .
TheI ChaiLuI'a reporLi.L &IA. Bi.
Mr. N. JD. -.rrL-i O':.i i vi. the Bi!' boe now
reconmitted foi g-enema :'at pi.rpe ;hic'h was
agree.6 to.
The Bill was rmec-nmiirtte'.
Mr. J. \'. t-'::a oau ;,i .ib t, haL-.h

2ud and Sid Llauses-whiic-h were a 're'id to.
The Attorney General moved to strike from the
9th Clause the word obtain" and insert inmt.ad
"demand."


J r, Onterb.i'lf, movt'l il.hat "' reqi t," be the
WO dii ( ii!.:.lil ife.'. --. 1 i-l ,I ', c riced, to.
'T',. Atti,, Pry Gcu>.r-l i v,.'ld uinmudi:ieuti to the
21st -i' ;! :I st. (.'Ii t. :;.:r-ed to.
D i Oiuie'ti.iilomoi v,'1 i.- strike out the word
" fit:" ,n i nl i ,rt "It'r ':'" in thr-. 5th linee of ;h-e 50th
Cattie-w'winh .was al]irmeu.
Ayes 1M. Nays 6
Tthe House resumed.
The C'!-idrman oibt-;inead leave to sit again.
Dr. Outet,,rbidg-e r. a ved :;Lat tihe additional
Clauses iittoduced by tbhe Attot ney enpral (No..
8I, 0, 91.) to the Pulki Laillsa Dill, beprinted and
l.id bef-jre, the Housa-which wasa agreed to.
'tii foi!owiung Message from His Excclency the
11mvmr: :----
(No. )
11. M. LAFF.AN,
Masjoi -General,
(Joe,,fnor and Couimander-in-Chief.
I lie Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honorable House of Assm-nuliv an account sent
in biy Mr. D. G. Lane, the npcnlimtnir for tIe Mail
Sei vie" l,etwcn St. is. r-e's indi Hamnilton, for
the stuii.ly of extrln a md tspecinl Mail Carriages to
and trom St. George's from the 4th to the llth
of Sicptermbervi, hen t'Lio injury done to the Cause-
way by a storm had interrupted the ordinary meant
of communication:.
The Govrenor trustee that the Legislature will
find funds for defraying the cost of this service.
Public Buildings, IHamilton,
2nd Decrember, 1880. J
Adjourned to Monday next.

Ml./, Cu, th D.ccmbaer, 1IS80.-The Census Bill
wa reiadi a 2nd Ifirae andl committed.
.'ir. J. W. Penriman in the Chair.
It and 2:d and Crd J t 4 6th, dtb, 7tb Sth, 9lth
'tIr '. J. FriL imnoved th it the word sixteen"
be ,..i-L i i' t t;venty" in the 9th Clause--
wh ich 'v.. :4 ,. n oI t V .. 1.
i'h, il ..,en;i:LC and 12th Clauses agreed to.
Tie .i- ouse resumed.
'ibe Cbhi.ir-an .orlmed .he Bill.
The A-toinev Generani moved that the Bill be re-
cionuimittei--whic}: w. age,:d to.
Mr. Pearman took ihe' Chair.
The Attorney General moved an amendment to
the 11th Clause-which was agreed to.
The f:iuse resumed.
The Chairmaun reported the Bill as amended and
it wa? adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
A Return forom the Sec etary's Office was laid
before the House certifying that Aubrey John
-odedsdon, Esquire, had been elected a Member of
the Assemibly for the Parish of Paget in the room
of Henry Gilbert Hunt. Esquire, deceased.
The Bill regult!'ag Quarantine was again corn-
mitted.
,'ir. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Clauses from 32 to 43 agreed to.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved a duration to the end of
1890--wbich was affirmed.
Ayes 16. Nays 16.
T''io House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill and it was
adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. Cooper geve notice that on the third rending
of the Quarantine Bill he will move an amendment
to the 241h Clause, requiring (bat fees payable un-
der that Clause shall be audited and passed thy
Committee of Quarterly Accounts.
TiThe House oan motion ofC the Allorney General
con idered in Committee the Governor's Message
No. 41, relating to extra mail expenses.
Mr. W. S. Masters in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recorn-
mended to the House to sanction the payment to
Mr. Lane, the Mail contractor, for extra Mail
Sei vice between h.ie 3rd iand 12th days of Septem-
ber last, when communication across the Causeway
bridges was interrupted in consequence of the
damage occasioned by the storm of 29th August-
which was agreed to.
The House resumed aud adopted the resolution.
The Resolve providing a boat for use of the
Bridge Keeper at the Causeway, was lead a 2nd
time, and committed, adopted and ordered to
be engrossed.
The Resolve providing a boat, &c., for the Quar-
antine Establishment at Nonsuch, was read a 2nd
time, committed, adopted and ordered to be en-
grossed.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
payiug certain extra expenses for conveying mumis
-which was read a first lime.
Mi. Cooper gave notice that on the 3rd reading
of the Resolve for printing old Records, he will
,,rec that the amo'nmt he filled ia not to exceed
400.
Adjourned to Wednesday next.
Ordes:--


Apprehension of Deserters Bill.
Clock Tower Resolve.
Protection of Birds Bill.
1 Censuu Bill.
Re-.olve for printing old Records, if time permit,
if not then for the next succeeding meeting.

CUSTOM II lOSE- HAMILTON.
FNTLREI).
Deer. 1-1Bigt. Harry Stewart, Pendleton, Bangor,
Maine: lumber, &e., to John F. Burrows.
.l--.:hr. J. L. Cottr, Iialey, St. Joln, N.B. ; pota-
t oe.i, o. &'t. o., to S.S. Inih"t .
6-.!..il Stormer Flar'uorvun.h, 1,Frazer, New Y-orl: ;
as*:.rteed cargo -A._,ents, Trott & Cox.
( LLARED.
Nov,. : --.Btiit. '. li. A. Pitt. Young,, Halifax.
Dee. 1-Brigt. Lotte B,'-lle, Aindrsou, Georgotown.
P. E. island.
2-r1.igt. Dauntless, Blake, Turks' Island.
CUSTOM HOUSE--ST. GEORGE.
SN TLRED.
Dee. 2--Schr. W. 11. Sargent, Low, New York; as-
sicrted eCargo to \V. C. Hyland & Co.
6--Sc!ir. Grecian Bend, Godir'ey, New Yurk ; 'iasorted
oargo to A. Inglis.
CLEARED.
Nov. _.-Slir. Etuna, Sawyer, Demerara; assorted
PAP.CSENGERS .'.unRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer Flami .ou.,ijl yesterday Iromu
New Yr-rk :-Capt. Ia Mrs. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Fla-g and M1is Fla.,Lf, Mr. and Mrsi. II. C. Outer-
bride, 2-irs. C. \W. Loder "arnd Mi s Loidt.r, Mrs. 11.
O'Meara, Miss Buiy, Captains Greg-son rnd Macklin,
Mess'rs. Willinam luck. A. L.chenberg', Georgu i'.
O'Mit':,iil ar,.l Mister O'MClinton.-2L, Cabin, Mr. and
MJrs. L'. Rgni.i aini lihil'een, ir. and Mrs. Hunlt-
er, Mrs. Butteriield, /W. J. B'arthlolonmew, J. 1. Mc-
Kenzie and George M. Kinley.
S. S. Becrmada ar ived at Newv York on 29th Novr.,
at 2 p.m., aud was to leave for Porto Rico on 4th Deer
The Ell:a Buass leit New York for Bermuda on 1st
inst.
Erinlt. Giu( c. Hill. frinm il W.ljli>]i!a ujound t,: St.
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get5" We are requested to ainuotnnce that., owing to
tli illness of L.DrY _Mc('CLINTOCK. tie reception at
i'l.'r ., Hi ll, aniouncedl ft.r satiw l-ay next the 11lih
in-4t... will NOT take place.

Triigly Chlaiure, Ilamillton.

A meeting of the Pc w-renters was held. in the
Vestry r, ,ni on Thursday last, the Hon. John
Harvey Darrell, C.M.G., in the Chair. A letter
was read from the Lord Bishop of Newfoundl-3ud
and Bermuda, addressed to the Chapel Wardens,
aii:quaintiun them with the appointment of the
Rev. Ralph Owen Yearsley, M.A., Trinity College,
Cambridge, Rector of Sutton iBouington, in the
Diocese of Lincoln, anil that Mr. Year.-ley may 1.e
expected to arrive in Bermuda about the 20th De-
cember. In making this appointment His Lord-
ship states he has had the benefit of his own Com-
missary in England, aud of his Bermuda Vicar Gen-
eral now in England ; that Mr. Yearsley ik highly
commended, and comes to Bermuda with a full
knowledge of the unture ,,f the position he is Ito
fill; tht. lie i-s seeking .a han.,e on aneerOunt of Mris.
Yeavsley's: health, and han. obliiuned two yeat: leave
of absence from his Diocesan, which may, if neces-
sary, be further extended. His Lordship antici-
pates much sputitual benefit from Mr. Yearsley's
ministrations.
Resolutions weie passed -xpre-sing satisfiction
that tLe vacancy has at length been filled in n
manner which promises to prove beneficial, and
aLl:nowledginf: the value attached to His Lord-
shiip'q exertion.s to secure a suitable minister. Albo
notifying tl..o EReet:.r of Pembroke, who has pro-
vided for the Church services during the vacancy,
of the Pishop' official anuounceenriut of Mr. Years-
liy's appoinut,m'nt aul expected arrival in Bermu-
Sda : and rec o-niizin the value of the Rev. J. C. L.
Sones' services as noting Minister, and hoping that
a restoration to health may enable himii to continue
with favour his srvics iun the C urch of Clhi-;t.
Thl. P-ei.rrt ', the Royal El.ngie.,r Depa,'t n n,.t, on tlhe' cnlition
of the church i -iof. was red, anul c-tiniatts of r--
pnailing the roofs of both trr.,s1epts sublmitted. It
was unianicicu.ly decided to proceed with Mr. Gor-
don's first proposal on the Northern t rans.;pt firs,
and the Chapel Warlens were authorized to solicit
sul.stiipti'rns to the amount of 2.' wlich, it is
thought, mray cover the cost. Circular not ices will
be i-sued, .hiih will afl'frd detailed iouf'imation.
A subscription list was opened at the meeting,
which is with the Chapel Wardc-ns for ii,suature.
The meeting .-oncluded with a vote of thanks to
the Chairman for his services.

THE SEAMEN AND MARINES CLUB, IRE-
LAND ISLAND.
A meeting of the Officers, Seamen and Marines
of the Fleet was h-ld on Thursday last'in the Dock-
yard, under the Presidceny of tfhe Coimnander-in-
Chief, Vice-Adlmiral Sir Leopold McClintock, Kt.,
F.R S., to rcceiv" the Report of the Working
Committee on the present couditiou of and progress
made towards the completion of the building now
in course of erection on Lodge Point.
The rneeting, which was largely attended, was
opened. by the President. who called on Captain
Moresby, R.N., the Captain-in-Charge, to offer
some remarks on the general status and future
prospect- of the Club, which he did in a very able
and energetic speech. The Repoitt was then read
by Staff-Commnnander Scobell-Chipp, the Chairmnin
of the Working Committee, in which it was shown
that the- prc-pects of the Club were most encourag-
ing, and that with the assistance of the Fleetmen
at present on the Station, the completion of the
building at an early date was assured.
After a fcw remarks from some of the men pre-
sent the Commander-in-Chief brought the meeting
to a close by calling on the Fleetmen to assist hear-
tily with lpecuniary aid in the aecomplihnmeut of this
great scheme for their own comfort and enjoyment.
A cordial vote of thanks was then passed to the
Commander-in-Chief for his kindness in presiding
at the meeting-
A detailed account of the Report will be pub-
lished in our next issue fcr the information of the
residents who have contributed so liberally to this
lnstitutianu, which, when finished, will enable these
Islands to boast of the largest and most complete
Sailors' Home out of England.

MIr, Clay delivered, in the Masonic Hall in this
Town, on Thursday last, the second of his course of
lectures on Elementary Chemistry. The audience
wvas not large, probably owing to thie weather and
the very. shl.ort notice give. Mr. Clay's lectures
are of a highly useful and instructive character,
and should meet. with public favour and encourage-
ment. The properties of Nitrogen form',id the sub-
ject on this occasion, illustrated by unmeious in-
teresting experiments. The puiity of Dr. Smith's
nitrous-oxide was shewn, and the Dentist adminis-
tered to a junior in the audience, who exhibited his
pugnacity to their amusement.

On Saturday last the Princess Alice" (one of
Dockyard boats), soon after leaving the Hamilton
Wharf at the foot of Buraby Street, struck heavi-
ly on so.ime oblject, whi.-h knocked a hole in her
bottom aud nearly capsized her. The boat was
moving qui.:klyh under full sail at the time, and,
passing over tle unseen obstruction, tlo Pilot very
promptly eased sheets and ran fir the Eastern end
of WIh'e s I lund, wlieri h"e .,r-.:h,',d her. In a
marvelh.lously .hort -pace of ti.ie tlhe sails, &e.,
were landed, and in a few minutes more the boat
turned c.n her .idle and was submeredi. There is a


shoal, :and a bank which 1,a l:<.c-u allowing v'ery
rapidly of late, at the pl a:-e where the accident o,-
curred, and on examination it was found that the
" Princee-s Alheo" 1nad struck ou on author that.
stood Qtock up. The Brigt. Dauntless" had some
difficulty in getting up "- kedge from about this
spot on Saturday morning, anl it is supposed lifted.
the large au.-hor to the position in which it was
found.

BOAT RACE.
A most interesting Boat Race took place on Mon-
day, November 29th, between tie Whalers of H.
M. Ship.s 'fuid and Nolthumptlo. TLe Druid's
boat:4 crew ..vre- tr.;ined by the well-known trainer
11. Ilurley, of Ireland land, who, also trained
the Nibe to b.:-at the Daure in It.74 and the Peit
in I1:,76 to bi.at the Belleropihon.
The crew did not dis,-race their trainer. The
boats started without any apparent advantage on
either side. the Druid's pulling 41 strokes to thu
minute 1:-n startinu, settling down to 30, which was
maintained, throughout.. The Northampton's start d
with 44 st:tokes. and finished with from 34 to 35.
The course was from the breakwater, abreast of
the Druid, to a vessel moored off Spanish Point.
The boats were close together on rouudinsg, but in
coming back :Iganinst a .-tiff head wind, the Dnir d';
crew proved their superi,.ity to) their opolinet.-,
for', alth.;. u the o.,, : i. 's w i s by fr thill:

ti r,::-. t..' lt b-i, a c, i..'.lc.d A:i-.h thl I men u of th.
,:,,\ie ier:t sLips I fa...'; .... ;at i!.0 tilr.:-, aud th,-
.,tL[ig w .:t,, t, I l; .i 0 ; th.' e Zi-l, r .- (i."O/in.)

TBE CAPOLIN. Z.-'ounie heavy charges of gun.
povhvitY hiavy T'. .1 p! c .-ii tie. lr "i, '.'oiina Z. uy
thi-, loyal E ...i. e..' '-i' 1, i..h i:. C,, n;;: P 4i", whiec wiil
be e.-ploded first Northi-east .t, retze. The wind
from the North-east will, it is hoped, drive, what-
ever may be thrown up by the explosion, through
Castle Harbour aud to sea.


ELECTION OF A MEMBEn OF A',EmIiMLY FOR PACETS.
-A Meeting of the Freeh.IOders of Paget Par-
i.sl was held iu the Sn.hiol Hou--, St. Paul's Churh i
ou Saturday hst, for the purpe p ,- of nominating a
Member to) .ei've in the Houornble House of As-
sembly in the pla.ee of Henry G. Hunt, Esqr., de-
ceased.-Samuel A. Harvey, Esqr., J. P., and
-C'hanles G. Gosling, E-qr., .J. P pre-iding.
At 11 (o'clock Aubrey John Jlodsdon was propos-
ed by the Honorablh-, Samuel '. Ingham, and se-
conded by Thomas Johnl Wadsou, Esqr. As no
other Candidate was offered up to one, o'clock the
hour previously agreedon, the Poll was t.heu closed,
aud Aubrey John Hodsdou, E.gr declared duly
elected.

AMERICAN COUNSEL FOR IRELAND.-At meeting
held in Bo.ton, U.S., on the 29th ultimo, it was
moved that American Counsel be sent over to Ire-
land to assist in defending the Iand League leaders,
and General Butler, Judge Black, and Roger A.
Pryor be selected for that purpose. The only
question wag whether American lawyers would lie
permit lled t,, praelit(. in a British court. "This only
could he done byv courtesy, and as the courtesy has
alwxas been extended it was tloufht. that the pov-
ernment would not risk the severe criticism which
would necessariI7 follow a refusal. Leading law-
yers diff,-r on this point, a majority maintain-
ing that, American councet could not prnctie in
the courts under the circumstances. If Parnell
sends a favorable response, however, the experi-
Inent will be tried."

CHIEF JUSTICE COCKBURN DEAD.
LONDON. Novr. 21.-Sir Alexauder Cockburn,
Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench, died asIu-
denlv at 12 o'clock last. night, of heart disease. He
lhad a headache at Westmniuster during the day, and
wr,li li home to his dinner, and was apparently well.

Lord Ciief .TlJutice C'okburn, whose sudden
deai th is aiiTiiniced above, wa-i one of the most
eminent and ditingiished men (if the day. IHe Iwa,
born in 180'2. I-I, as educated at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge, wNheroe he ,radiunted L L.B. in 1929,
find vwas called to the Bar in the same year. In
1841 he was created Q.C., having distinguished
himself in his profession. In 1847 he was returuedl
to Parliament in the advatncied Liberal interest.
He did not however make his miirk as a parliamen-
tary speaker till 1850. when hoA delivered an cratiou
in defence of Lrid Palhuerstoni' foreign policy. It
was an efiirt of rare ability, and was pronounced
i one cil tihe most eloqueuti and effective spfeches
ever delivered in the House of ('omnimous He
was almost immediately appointed Solicitoi-General,
and was in March of the next year promoted to the
Attornev-Generakliip. This office he held until the
di..solution of Lord John Russell's administration,
in the Spring of 185!. Oi the formation of the
Coalition Cabinet, he resumed the same office, and
in 1854 was appointed Recorder of Bristol. On the
death of Chie'f Justice Jarvis il) 1856, he was
created Chief Justice of Common Pleas, and
was advanced to the high offiBe of Chief Justice of
England on the elevation of the late Lord Campbell
to the Woolsack in 1859. His charge to the Grand
Jury in 1867, in time cause of General Nelson and
Lieut. Brand, prosecuted by the Ja,:iai;' iPelenee
Committee, was a masterly performance, disp'a. ing
imunmense erudition. In 1871 he was appointed toa
be arbitrator on the part of Great Britain, uudtr
the stipulation? of the Washington Treaty, relating
to the settlement of the Alabama Claims His
death throws a fine piece of patronage in to the hands
of Mr. Gladstone.

To the Editor of ft Roy,al Gazette.
DEAR S,'n,--I beg to correct a misetatement in your
last issue ol tthie Gazette, regarding the sad case ot
our lamented late Colonial Surveyor, viz : That after
coniisuhation, it was then discovered that one of the
bonc..s of the face was fractured." This was incorr,-ct,
it was merely suspected that a sinmll bone (called) theli
Zyonma" nmay have been fractured, not actually dis-
covered to have been so.
Yours truly,
PARK B. TUCKER, M.D.


4th December, 18.0.

For the Royal Gazette.
MONOPOLIES.
As nations have become civilized so the granting
of monopolies has been abandoned, as infringing on
the rights of tile subject.
Bermiula has of late years tried the experiment of
granting a monopoly of the carrying trade to New
York to Steamishiip Companies, aid with what resultt?
Among a people whose history has been identified
with the mighty ocean which surNrounds them, whose
sailors have been found in every clime, andl wihoie
ships laid the foundation of their wealth, in a few
vears a Bermuda sailor will be a curiosity. For the
'better, perhaps, we are all turned farmers, and ploiugh-
ers of the ocean have become ploughers of the soil.
This having been accomplished by subsidizing the
New York Steamers it would be well for our legislators
to see that thlie Companks owning them perform their
part of the compact, for they se,:em to think that we
have no ri.'lht that they are bound to respect. Ac-
cording to their bills ofl lading they have no responsi-
bility other than the collecting and pocketing of the
lreihlt. The Stearners arrive late. goo.ls are rushed
out and (il not caullct on the fly) into there w:"mehouse
so called, when amid conr,; nv-i n worse coi!auuinded the
owner iries in vain to ri coi i his go.ls. Goods are
dai;maged on the voyage, anil althlouigth agents or in-
surance pay lur the dnmiag. the dealer sutlers in his
custom.
The unfortunate biped.s ;iho cormamit themselves to
tihe tender mercies of the stewails', occasionally find
thie 4m hiking room used as n receptcle lor luggage
or an hospital for invalid sieep.
This is a part only of the results of monopoly, for
if the steamers haid to depend lor success on thie at-
tention which they paid to the interests of the public
and not on the contents of the public chest, we should
to-day have no cause for complaint.


To th/," Eltor ,f th, Royal Ga:ei:c
Stin,--The School Concert of Temperance Hall,
Ilamilton Parish, proved quite a success. The Hall
was crowded. .Mlany Ihad to ren';tin outside. The
audiierice seemed surpis-dti at, tIhe unexipecteil exhibit
dlispiayed by the risinmr, generations om the colored
race ot Hamilton Parish. The whole performance
was highiIly creditable to conductor and pupils.
From 8 p.m., up to midnight, there was a continual
flow of vocal andi instrumental harmony mv'l melody.
By special request the manager has umdel taken to
give repetition of the Concert .ith change of pro-
granune in Hamilton and St. George's during Christ-
mnas week.
O r OF THiE AUDIENCE.
November 3, ISSu.


',a,---' ,c- pIca:;-d' t o rci i.' : ...... '.,i. 'r, h-'.' w ir it !i :.t
t e ', .'pr .'i,:ti, tL' e: 'i.c i '-uit public Te,-
d.ler I ".' :- e i t i- 1!1 i clm inj":-tice i dion'-
to tii ,, '.".,'. io .,:.i'-, b, ut m,. a i .'',, e. T hi -u .' c I .
roa ,,i u I a'v i th, ... :. ,hI ( ,.! ,ipel, the ,.ItI i,
ia !i-on) ':d th:'- Od,I F.'!.. ", i.. L i. 1. :teh ai now in:1
vr'r. ::,, i -, actr i orv .-Ii,", n i un', !c- i, t hl n i 'y
tile' are so. nlr.pin.i thli-. ;iil! w l'i'Ct ta1e attent!oti oh
thIe l'I~ holders fgt-ierally.
I ani yours,
.1 FREElIOLDER.
December 6th, 1880.


From England amid New York.
The Mail Steamer Flamboro,,,l, Captain Frazer,
from New York, anchored in Grassy Bay at sunset
on the evening of Sunday last, and came into port
early yesterday morning. She left New York at
the usual bour on Thursday afternoon, and had a
veivy pleasant run.
We are indebted to Capt. Fr.izer, and Mr. Pur-
ser Dupont, and other friends, for New York papers
of Ihe 2nd inst., containing London dates of same
date.
The Imperial Parliament is announced to meet
(n January (;ib for the dispalca of business.

IRELAND.
LONDON, tDec. 1.-A dispatch from Portmouth
announces that 500 marines are to go to Ireland.
A dispatch from Tipperary reports that the ar-
tillery detachment which went to New-Pallas left
their guns behind at Limerick. All the troops
withdrew from New-Pallas after the Police of the
garrison had been trebled.
A large force of Police, accompanied by infantry
and artillery, proceeded to New-Pallas at 7 o'clock
this morning. here has beeu no disturbance there
although trouble wan apprehended in consequence
of the opposition of the agitators to the building of
a Police but. The removal of the but to the place
of its erection was safely accomplishedd, the peasan.
try Leing overawed by lie overwhelming force of
soldiers, who pitched six tents, in which 25 Police
will camp to protret the imen engaged in the erec-
tion of the hut.
The Times says:--" The appointment of Mr.
Shaw-Lefevre, Secrelary to the Admiralty, to suc-
o?ed the Right. Hon. WVilliam P. Adam as First
Commissioner of WVoiks is significant. His views
in regard to Irish la id are well known. He h.s
made himself the splial chiny lamion of the clauses of
Ihe Land Act of 1-70 intendm-l to facilitate the
purcbicise of holdingsr by occupirs. In conducting
Irish muieaures, especially, he will doubtless prove
an abl.- lieutenant t.v Mr. Gladls'oce and Mr. For.
ster."
(onrK, Nov. 30.-A. b ararou. 0 outrage has been
committed near Trale on a balif'who was in charge
of a house from which the tenants had been evicted.
A party of armed men broke into the house and slit
the bailiff's ears. The bailiff fainted from loss of
blood.
DuLrIN, Nov. ;30.-The Ga.tIle contains an offer
of 1,000 reward for the di -':ov,;y of the murderers
of Mr. Wheeler at Ooln.
A circular has beu issued from the office of the
Chief Secretary for I-elandl to the Sessional Crown
Solicitors, directing them not to absent themselves
more than 24 hours .::t a time from their respective
counties without special leave, ,nd to ieportto Mr.
Forster all communications of the Police in refer-
ence to ioultrages.
LONnoi, Dec. 1.-A. telegram from Waterford to
a Dublin paper says:-" Arms are being sold to an
extraordinary extent, and the whole country is arm-
ed to the teeth. Prisoners from four counties will
be bronght to Waterford on Monday next for trial,
irnclu'ling the men charged with the murder of Mr.
Boyd. disturbancee is possible."
DvBLIN, Dec. 1.--Boycolt has quilted the country
for England, going sooner than he had intended, ra
he had received a threatening letter at the hotel in
this city where he was staying.
LoiD')N, Dl)c. 2.-It is slated that Lord Beacons-
field will preside at a meeting of conservatives of
both houses, which it has beeu deemed necessary to
hold in view of the early meeting of Parliament.
Dr. Moyers has beer: elected Lnrd Mayor of Dub-
lin for 1881. A deppatch to the New's from Paris
says several journal- state that the amnestied com-
munist, Louise Michel, has been asked by the Land
League to show herself at their meetings in Galway.
LoNrNbN, Nov. 27.-In a speech to-day at a Li-
beral demonstration in Hanley, Staffordshire, Earl
Granville, Foreign Secretary, said : It is a hu-
miliating and disciedilable fact that in Ireland
there is a want of security for life and property.
It is impossible for this state of things to continue.
The public has a ripbt to expect that the Govern-
ment will not merely introduce a measure which is
likely to cope with the present emergency, but will
provide for the future."
Mr. Leonard Henry Courtney, one of the most
advanced Liberal members of the House of Com.
mons, addressing his constituents at Liskeard,
Said if the resolution to forego asking for coercive
Spowoems was based on the opl)inion of the Irish Ex-
ecutive, that they were unnecessary, he should bow
Sto their more intimate acquaintance with the situa.
i lion. But if it had been come to because one or
two persons of eminence sitting at ease in London
(meaning Messrs. Blight and Chamberlain) had re-
gistered a yew under no circumstances to acquiesce
in requiring stronger powers for governing Ireland,
he should say such a resolution was mere superati.
tious adherence to principles which could not com.
mand respect. If the Government had decided to
introduce an act to prevent carrying arms and mid.
night- prowling, he should have given them his
strong support.
LosnorN, November 28.- The Observer in its
leading articlesays : "What the Irish malcontents
desire is the Repeal of the Union. If the most ex-
treme proposals of the Land Leaguers were to be
carried into effect the popular agitation against
English rule would lose nothing of its intensity.
It is well nigh idle to hope that Irish disaffee-


tion can be removed by remedial legislation. Our
interest and duty equally bind us to remove any
real grievance, but v.e have also got to bring home
to the Irish mind the conviction that the national-
ist denmepds are in admissable. Things in Ireland
are drifting toward a crisis whose only possible
out-cone is another Fenian rising. The calamity
can only he averted by making it clear that no
amount of agilation will induce England to yield
to pretentious inconsistent with the welfare of the
realm.
The first battalion of the Gu ids ordered to Ire-
land numbers about 800 men, and will go as a
reinforcement. It contains very few if any, Irishmen.
The Battalion will leave London for Dublin ou
Wednesday.
LoNDON, Nov. 29.-A dispatch to the Times from
D)ul.in says the resolution of the cabinet not to re-
soit to coercion has caused very deep disappoint-
ment and apprehension among all classes in the
dir-tuibed districts. They look with alarm at the
prospect of movie outrages and vwiier spread intimi-
dation and disaffection. There is good reason to
believe that the Executive will try to show by
greater activity and energy that they possess Euffi-
cieni power in the ordinary law."
Government it is -aid has decided to reinforce
Berr garrison by 600 men, and to dispatch troops
to Banagher, Portumna and several other small
\ e ."! titl cai oir tt e Loycott sellief expedition was
Th. 2:'.. i cei(mlc1' is fixed oi. for the commence-
mt ,. i the trials of tL-' Iri.h Land Leaguers.
ci7,,, i rnCnEm iE, r--o1-NS DI.OWNED.---ACCOUntS
t'oL Io.iLi- :.tt iba, thi steamei r Oencle Joioph was
u'- ic-u collifiio wiLm ihe Steumer Orligia ft
;, z.,!, ao:, ~ie iit,' l of the. 24th Nov., and over
I00 persons drowned, among them were supposed
t,- Le ,nomne Lnilish and Amexican excursionists.
Chang, the Celestial giant who is over eight feet
in height and is of huge frame, arrived at New
York on the 1st instant, in the City of Berlin, from
England.


DERMUDIAN.






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


BATHERS BEWARE-We have been infornmedl that
a large shark, some iune feet in length, was seeu on
Saturday last, erui.in about tlat,. much frequented
bathing places-the Ducticking Stool.
The opening address before the Edinburgh Philo-
sophical Institution was delivered by James Rus-
sell Lowell, United States Ambassador at the Court
of St. James. The subject was Some n Ethetic
Doubts as to the Play of Richard III.," marked by
much happiness of expression, delicate suggestive.
Tess, and fine criticism.
Consols having reached and gone beyond par is
nn event which has only happernol four times-
June 1852 (102), 1844, iS845 and 1853. The fact
iudiiqates a sluggish commercial demand and the
holding over of means for more favourable and cer-
tain investments than have been offering.
LONDON, Nov. 30.-The Admiralty have received
a telegram confirming the report of the murder of
the Commander and six of the crew of Her Majes-
Iv's schooner Sandflv at the Solomon Islands in
the South Pacific. The party were attacked while
sortie of them were bathing. A party from the
schooner, under a sub-licultenant, landed, recover-
ed the bodies and destroyed the village, losing one
seaman killed and one wounded. The Commodore
on tbh South Pacific Station, will dispatch ano-
ther man-of-war to the Islands.
It is decided i,-g-raat war medals to all who have
served in Afghanistan, during the late war.
The soulling match between Layeock and Han-
lan has been fixed to take place on the Thames Jan-
uary 17th for 500 a side.
A very destructive gale occurred at Newfound-
land about the 22nd ult., wrecking a number of
vessels in the bays and harbors and all along the
cost.
Most extensive damage about same time in the
river St. Lawrence by ice and heavy gales.
Information from I)emerura is that on most es-
tates grinding hba begun, and it will be general by
Christmas. The length of the cane is defficieut, but
the density is good, It is expected that the crop
will equal that of 1879.
Specimens of gold have been found near a place
called Pomeroon. Mr. Goring claims to have dis-
covered two gold reefs in that district.
In Barbadoes the planters anticiijte on average
crop.
MARRIED-WnITE-A'TWOOD.-Nov. 9, at St.
Mnrargaret's, Roath. Cardilt, from the house of C. F.
Gooch. Esqr.. by the Rev. C. Snmithies, vicar, Lionel
A. White, Captain 53rd Regirnmnt, to Florence E.,
daughter of the late J. H. As.twood, Esqr., of Berniu-
da.-Londo.n Standard, Nov. 16.
.........-OUTERBRPDGE-W1I rTAK1rn-Tn Brook-
lyn, on VWednesday, Dee. 1. at the residence? of the
bride's parents, by thle Rev. Christopher Rhodes,
Henry C. Outerltridle. of Bermuda, to Rachel S.,
daughter of Joeph Whittaker. Esqr.. of Brooklyn, E.
D. No cards.-Y. 3F, HeraUl, Dec. 2.
DIED, on tihe 29h tilt., at Ireland Island. GFORCo.I
URQUHART, [h1e youngest and dearly beloved son of
John T. U. Bremner, Esqr., M.DI., Deputy Inspector
General of Hopillais and Fleets, in hi.s t1'6thi ear.
.......... in Pembroke Parih, LPecr. 1st, MAnY E'rTA
SMITH. the eldest and much beloved daughter of Johni
and Joanna Williams, a.,ed 14 yearsi.

Notice to Parties holdling1
Claims
against British Brgt. Resultado.

LL Persons holding CLAIMS aGr;,iinst Brit-
ish Brigt. E.UI/urAD)O," F. George,
Master, are requested to render BILLS of san,,,
in triplicnte at our Offlice, by THURSDAY
next, the 9th instant, at 3 p nm.
J. T. DdRRELL (S CO.,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Dec. 6th, 1880.
Colonist" please Copy.

Final Notice.


rtl I 1 Undersigned gives Notice that all Per-
sons having received and not Settled their
POLICE AND FIRE I:NGINEr TAX AC-
COUNTS to 31st December, 1879, are requested
to call and nrrange samn on or before lMonday
textl, the 13th instant, to prevent further expense.
JOHN T. YA TES.'
Hamilton, Dec. 7th, 1880.

NOTICE.
-W.
Tenders for making. Eighteen Win-
dow

Frames & Sashes,
For the New Methodist Church in this Town,
Will be Received by the Undersigned until
Monday 16th Instant.
Plans and Specification to be had on applica-
tion to
W. T. JAMES,
Secretary Building Comailttee-
December 7th, 1880.-2

Christmas &, New Year i
Presents.
A Very Fine Assortment of Florentine
M ar ble V A S ,
Fruit STANDS and Card RECEIlVERS.
For Sale by
HENRY A. JAMES.
Hamilton, Dec. 7th, 1880.--3

For :ale,

A COTTAGE PIANO,!
In good Order.


Ph ase apply to


G. F. IIOUCHER,
!!ianilton.


Dec1,nLember711, 18.30.-I pty





(Gno. whio Ct mmmake htt~lII
ihte vdIusiet) patints I ira iii oumierJL LI im. Cd nut
apply.
AV. R. HENEY.
Somerset, Dleer. 7, 1680.-1I1)d


IFor' Bene'flit of Oiwners), l~deOrwvi-
tiLT M1. U1ne alCOImmeern.

BYr PITBJL~c Ar CTT ON,
IVI EL ,B E S 0) L D9


ON WHITE'S iSLAND),

On Thursday next,
The 9th Instant, At 12 o'clock noon,
4 Locgs Green-iheart Tim-,

)er
Ex Brigt. Resultado."
The abovt, to be Sold in accordance with -
Instructions of Surveyors.
J. T, DARRELL & CO.,
Agents.
B. WI. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Bermuda,
Deer. 6th, 1SSO.


BY PPUBL IC


AUCTION,


UNDER THIE 1IG SHED,

On Thursday next,
9th inst., at. 12-30 o'clock, p.m.
S-)LS. S. F. FLOUR
O 100 New York HAMS8
20 Drums Halifax CODFISTI
50 BrIs. B,:.,t, Tal.le POTATOES
100 Bls. Gainet Seet? POTATOES
20 Tubs Good Family BUTTER
25 Boxes New Crop RAISINS
Now landing ex Flamiborough."
6 Bls. MACKEREL
10 Half Bls. MACKEREL
6 Half Bls. No. 1 HERRINGS
4 Half BEl. OATMEAL
30 Superior H AM.IS3
200 Good COCOANUTS 1 Bl. BEEF
25 Pair Leather LEGGINGS
5 Doz. Bottles MUSTARD
10 Grey OVERCOATS
10 Doz. Grey BLANKETS
1 Room HiEATER I Sewing MACHINE
1 Box GLASS 14 x 10
30 Bottles Red Onion SEED (warranted)
18,000 Lbs. Fire WOOD
10 Half Bls. MACKEREL
10,000 LATHS
1 Yawl BOAT
1 Hay CUTTER new
1 Trunk BOOTS and SIIOE,
AND,
1 Good Bermuda
C 0 -I

1 American COW, good milker.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Dec. 6, 1880.
For Benefit of whom it may Concern.


WILL


AT


BE


SOLD,


PUBLIC AUCTION,
At 1 o'clock, p.m.,


On Thursday
9th Instant,
1ART FOREMAST
-L AT T"nr "A


next,


For Benefit of whom it may COUCerTu.

BY AUCTION,
IWILL E1 S'OLI),


ON FRI'IDAY,
10th i a:t., at Noon,
SUNDRY SAILS,
Ex Bark b" D:aiel Draper."'
W. C. HYLAND & CO.,
Agents.
R. E. N. BOGGS,
.1 ctli,.,toeerr .
St. Go:',0 ..y D-ve. (i, 1,s0.

( Gazelti" only.

DY U I Pt 4,ajIC T1g
.m..\ ,J&& *
In front of our Stores,

ON T HUR ) AY,
Thl. 16h i ut., i at 12 o'clock, Noon


anid all her fittings, viz. :
Ono nonrlv iov MIATNSAIL. '2 JIBS and
SPINIKER, -,vith every duy ;--ars and a full
Racing suit ot SAILS nndl SPARS all Eool
its new
ALSO,
Her full set of Lead andi Iron BllaUst, Moor-
i;n s', &e., &c.
B. V. WALKER. & CO..
Auc tioiio-ers..
I;niiltonii, Dec. ,, I SSt.--2 3p.


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'I


-- art M.AI.N LAi. ST
Lot Wire STAYS
1 ANCHOR without Stock.
1 Piece Chain CABLE
Same ex Whaling Schooner Caleb Eaton,"
Hyatt, Master, put back to this Port in distress.,
B. W. WALKER, & CO.,
Auctioneer.
THOSE. J. WADSON,
Agent.
Hamilton, Dec. 6th, .1880.

Christmas & New Years
Presents.
Such as:
SILVER Plated Ice PITClERS
Card R RECEIVER S
Cake IASKI'.T I'ickle JARIS
Butter DISiHES VAF..,S CUPS
GOBLETS Napkiti RING (
SPCONS and FORKS
Also-Gold Finter IUINtS
Sleeve IUTT'ONS .'l'U)S
ROACHES Shawl! eiNS
Veil tINS, &c., &c.
C all and obtain Prices before Buying Else-
where.
N. H.-All GOODS bought of me Engraved
free of charge.
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner of Erount Street, and Chancery Lane.
Hlamilton, Dec. 7th, 1880.-3

Just Received.
Xmsas aped other Co.f iD~'
A stperb assortment.
An assortment will be opened this week of
OHOZOl OgAPWS,
Consisting ol a variety o Branids, Venus, Em-
bayadems, La Tropical and other:
Maieilia C(HIE ROOT'. very superior partieular-
l,. selctc'.-,i or tihe Subiscnibe'r and rinmounimc-
ed to b: superior to a;ny in the market -
Olefi l ia wI tiCO Vlit'iileC
Vanity F,.,eir '10L.ACCO ii t lb tIimn
Yttiing Hler'm.,J l'"ind U'T' tRichmond GE l
Pet, Swveet. CL poirel P'erf'ctici,
iictiPnoiii GE3i CigaQotte APi 1
Elot.jm CL' i i' I' -';:S $oft 4) F' ,
C. H. R()OINStoN.
llamilton, Dec. 6, 1880.-1


" Colonist" copy next week.


NOTICE.

THM DrFY GDo STORE
Ovo'r the Offlce of
,?* r. if, ^'
V'ill be, close d on,
MONDAY EVENING,
13th instant,
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
The remainlr will be closed outt

AT PUVLiG AUCTION,
THURSDAY 16TH INST.,
Without reserve.
Tamilton, Dec. 6, 1S.SO.

Notice.
The Undersigned is now Receiving
ex Brgt. Harry Stlwart,
Fromn Barnger', .aiie,
Illis Usu;IWIipply of ivell Seasonedc
ONION AN!)
Tomato 8Rox.?literif, ,tc.,
Consisting of:-
40 000 O0NiiISos
5,000 Tomato BOXES
100,000 LonZ LATHS
150,000 Assorted White Pine ,LUMl B i
25,0u0 Cedair SilINGLI. S
25,000 Ihaud BBEICKS
And per Recent Arrivals,
Barrels Garnet Seed P()TA ITOES
Said by Experienced P'l:ntirs to b !t he b.-t
in MarkeL.
Barrels FISHI GU.NO, Bermula Pramnd."
JOHAI F. BURRO WS.
I lamilton, Bermuda, 6th Dec., I'-So. -2
Colonit" copy.
< .J ^ ~ -. -- .- -,-. -- -- -- -- 111 f


Now Receiving,
J. L. COTTER, from S
Joh/n, 2A. B.,


t.


A Sminll Iot of Getinmie G(:ulden Seed

POTATOES,

1iand Picked,
And particularly .Selectel Irrespective of Ex-
peiise with a view of giving our Farmers a Re-
liable and Unmixod Lot.
Call early ;Pi mnch of the Lot is Engaged.
A Supply of Gardjn and FIlower
S E E DS also to be had.
C. 1H. ROBl.NSOj.'
Front Street, Htamilton, /
7th Deer., 18,80.-I1
Colonist" Unpy next week.


ON
J/


Lost.

Friday labt between Clifton and Trinity
Church
GOLD LOCKET,
Heart Shap-.


Tihie finder on Ii avii mm i, s.une itiCat "' loval








On, sale at d~o Royal 1CaZen',(" SL~tiot~,ry
Store.
Hlamilton., De~oej~i~br 7th, I-SC0.


, i v / V `fs


w


.lie S (Ctlcr

,i/ nnboro-py.


mlItii lleqiC.- frr 'V o m o k, -.11



o lJ.e tl. U~e (r J'cttirll onthe

h'r-il t, Pnmret' Is, Spe~c iie o rei ,,hm.t.'will
ho ree' ~ Cived 1uttil i(-;ip.1" the s'lnl
Ilills ofl Lad'ling 'urfo r il. ill he siitimod until It)
Pim.':en-ge Smam w 'it 1 ho rettmoeh' t at 130
'ITO piacmr.- oit T c.;,in ,umolel Wire-
hmou~?. ''ili lmw In v r.,rea tnd lte a-iiit, at the
o4 d 'i olCsIleflrtze. 'if [lipe S Wtrarca Vi re-
lmuttse k not mo're promptly cleared.
'I'RGT T COXY,
Agents Quebec S. S. Co.

-Cowi ;Idease copy







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O .nB.,rinla nd Uii S ofthu. Bc~iment


10th a:ti, 11th December.
On etach E\v.-ning thi .. will b:-. a Chloice So-
letion of B.ALLADS 1and ONGS, etc.
The-e Pei formane,- conC:'luding' on Friday with
th. B rlesqut-,' of

And oil Saturday with Offeunbach's Comic
Operetta of

Pcrfoi mnance ':.oiu:nences 0at 8 p.i.-Carriages
about 1('0-15 v.in.
P:soi'?v,?d Soats 2 SCe-"'nl S,--t s ; Gaill.-ry (rl.
Ti.'k'-ts ilan bj,. obt:-tnd.l an.d ; plan of the
l,.-r-eved Seats seen at. tho'e Sta.tioneoy Store
adjoining" the '" Royl! Gazette" Office.

-r S. Bt1 n,11
P rfe.sor of M AI Uic and Singing,
from London,
Gives Priv-,ate LI:.sous .uIt her lioLe oi OI'upilb
Resiei-i'ces.
I 'rTers loloderatc.
I Fveniuig Parties attended a, Pianiste' with or
without other intrumeuts (as desired.1
For Term.,, &c., apply to
BAND MasrTER iUIRTON, 99th Regt. North
Shore.
December 7th, 1830..-3mn


Notice!


Notice !


r li E Tndersignei hes to call lihe attention of
' ilthe Publi. lo his ine .lssort'meni t of
ijr 40 + ) ; + S
Juo, Arriv.e fr.)-, .-i)ndoi anrd will ho Sold
SCh -:p u) r 'n-d;:. viz
\! 1 Si t,;pt ,i 'I 'T .":
a..nics' 'Print .'KNii.'IS
Ladlies- Kilted SKI RT''
Ladies' Pompadoir Unimamde COSTUIM ES
Ladie, Print COSTi'.r.M ES
Children's PA. I.E'OTr-;
Chii..,rei's Pi.iS'.pC ES
Boy's Velvet ''UN I I Dress GOCiDSO


Pieces IFancy' vStriped iTVAILL
Fanicy Fip'*mmmcd l I S HI' R E
Piece:--Faiicy IVO M 1, 1. ]

[M t 6-*~~ LJur I i .1 I-N "",V
p i _qStf I)C(" lN U

Pieces ,Black [ d

Silk SCA 13VlC
I n d es' NLVJI a anmd !nItL; : I I(
BRM D~EUP, R y&e,

It'. THOMPSON.
H I laumto11, Dee, 7h 180,

0 Q 1-1'ive pep- IHunalaya,
Now due from London.
5 t% P75 FL B tn; f ll NTM
WXIll be, S ld vt'i~y -I'ieaq, it'taken from the
Wharf'.
w~riN1.B L U K.

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I.AiUi r .--ir-f can sai'ly say that your
Sola *',ter is ,oid supplied nm with L.r-'it punmctuality."
ED. CONNELLAN,
Surgeon Major.
St. eore'.1, Nov. l ih, IuSsLa.
"'MR. BARirr :-.Sir--It has afforded me great
pl asure in recommending your Aerated Drinke, for
I consider them (after thdicoyears experience) of ex.
cellent quality, moderate in price and always punc-
tual in delivery."
CHRISTOPHER HARVEY,
Surgeon.
Naval Hospital, August -20, 1879.-3 Surgeon.
Special Ters t,i Large Consumers,
Colonkis' pieseu copy 3 times.
UNCLAIMED LEIlE'IS IN THE POST OF.
FICE H AILTON, 4th Deer., 1880.
Air-a B ane, Henry 8avons, E H Bradford, Thos
Beane, E Burchell, Barque romann" H H Bene.
dict, It Ellis, John Francis, James Fubler, Wil-
liam Forster, S H Hiolerook Win Husbands, Sam-
u.i HOn-1s'.s, :. ....!.., sanul J3omes, Ed 3ward
Jo '., S l '! : j'a: Au; usj Jotianiten, Ed-
w, K. \' m K \' ,. .ii '. J,2,hf L'oyi', Louis
Lti. ., J.iC A 'ilar ,' Phlp .- .11oor', J de
Pa -z .- ",;, 1Se, l' bi,,ason, A H
Ru io', d rali '..;wR.. ', :.j ; i; L .. a .*-;wa I|
Tlio nus,.,sa VWin H Tuc:-r, z .;i Ict. |'f
I. .rD L u1'.+_ .a: 'T ... .w: '

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1' .'Ln, .S U. 1G&LCL ..'.s, Dec. i-, lSso8.
Flank F Gr-.,: ( ihire F Hayer, Mrs Francis
Minurs, Joaquim 1 Mendes, CGooR Reynolds, Wm
L Smith, NIr SInith (PiDot), Tinumolty Troll (St
David@), James TIalbot, Edward Wilson.


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Coin missarit Office,
I L..1A .T X _:,.L) DEI .'EM.II.'ER, I SS0.
rH E DI.TIt':T C.MMl.-.i:Y GENERAL will
- e,,iv..' T, indl,.-, in Dupii :-lite, up to
1 2 o'clor-k u i, :11u
-' -
'Th,4 I th .iaiu r', 18S1 I,
From Persoii,-s ldesirous of Tenalerinc,
:or hl '.....11 r p]>lN, 0i

Land Transp)ort,
To the War D,:-.piri-trinnt. for a perio'l of three
years, <:o'Lmi.ncig' from Istf April, 1881,
At. tihe Tnil..rnintion,. Districts in this Com-
manil, viz .-
HAMILTON DISTRICT.
ST. GEORG"E'"S DISTRICT.
R EL kN D LAND DISTRICT.
Foiim of 'T-t.ii .r ail n" al in f iriiiatii,n can 1-
obtained l ither 1liy a t:personal or written appli-
en:ti:ml to the DIorrTR'r COMMISSARY GENERAL,
Hamilton, b,:tw'..-:n tlh' liiours of 10 a.m. and
2 p.m., daily.
No T'rndir* will !j, '..c1.ivel unless made out
on the 1 o.-' firui, 0 lit;itd a::i; above, and
v.'hcn- sent o i mu;St 1,i etncle std in a soled en-
Vl-u-po, addlre.-'l to ,te" DisTRhir COMMIS.SARY
GENER\L anLd m",k.]1 T"i.i for Land
Transport." oni ti ,- ntotsid'-.
The DfSTnicT C('ouMImsq.\n GENERAL re-
ser-ves the ri ': :f -,.j,.c.tin'g *ny or all of the
Telners.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
A. C. G.,
D4 .; ,t Cit,,..'s.,',,ry General.
'* Colo..ist'' cpyv r, 15th and s,-iid Bill to
1.:-, l G.iz.tt," Office.
P IS 1'ON.; loivin. CLiiMS against the
BOAI OF \VORK are requested to
send in ihe .-..ani o In the I nd!ersigned on or before
- .TURDA I', I }I'ith inst.int.
RIC'1 H 1. W1. JERRAM,
1Clel- to the Board of Works.
Colonial Survey or's Office, .
6th Doceider, !I.0..

Notice. -

r' H i': UN DElSIG; .S.tNi:' takes this method to
ti anl : lia;s m (ub ie:is and the i'Pu lic gen-
erally for ihe liberal patroiiage extended to him
durinfi the pai.t six ye-irs; and to acquaint them
that he is still prepared to supply them with the

Best Soda Water
(In Quart Sii'hoU.s .,ndI 10 Gall:u F["outLinsI,)
M N ADE,

ESGIGRT NEERj.,

dlud Oitheer rated Beverages,
In cases of 2 Dozen Bottles.
ALSO N HANI',
Bags Oats, uJrn and Bran, Bis.

Apples and an assoment of Canned MlEAT,
FRUITnud FISH.
JOHN BARRITT,
Cor. [ast Broadway & Victoria St.
inamilton, November 30, 1880.
"II lhaVt) Imuchi pleasure in bearing testimony to
tho excellent quality of the Soda Water made by
John BIrritt, of Hlamilton-"
J. W. REID, M.D.,
Depy. Surgeon Geni.
Naval Hospital, Ircl'.nd Island, ?
May "lh', la7 -
Joihn Barrit, of Hainmlion, lhas supplied me with
Aerated \V'aters fIrom the 'd1ih (ctober, 1870, to the;
prtstrn' lint arnid I hive b'cn well sitife' with the
quality of the tame.''
J, SiN-LAlli., !.D, P.M.O.,
Depy, Surgeon General.
Hamilton, Nov 1th, 8187,
"John Barritt, of iLanmilton, has supplied thie Can.
teen 16th li giment, ivith I Lmnonade, Ginger Ale,
&c., &c., silnceCh tir arrival in Bermuda and given
satisfactic n in ovwry way."
\V. B. BRO\N, Cap.r. 46th, Regt,,
I Pr,, deni t (Areente Committee.
G. PHtILLIPS,
Canteen Steward.
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