Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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Volume ID: VID00051
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Hissnaetlo, Berasmuda, Tuesdao:, fDecember 1, 19SO.

[ Wi'tien expreslt. for ihe Bei natil,.t i'oyal (Ztlte'.] su:h feeling'u n these i-4 a hearty r.'elity,
0- 19 i 4 T 1,IB *41. aud the wih of" a Happy Christmas, of a Merry
SClristaa fl.wi directly from the seat of the af'oe-
The festival of Christinas delightfilly]v recalls the tins, and i oune of thu noblest desiir-s to which ut-
grand origin of Christ.i'uity, and "biins om. I tr'a-uce can be goivon. Advanced Art. and Litra-
thougrhts down to the simple lumblle facts attend- tuno have done their part to emub'llish literary pro-
ing the birth of Christ. intelligible to the plline.t duiictls suited to the Season, and the public tasto
understanding, thenuch piuzzlin. th.-mI.:-t no.tie in- andi -entiment aro undoubtedly alike elevated in
telloct in the l'ighe.r and hidd' -n pur-p. l .-;.,C? '.. i the scale.
the Father, who, having comnLmuni.ated with mau ---- ..- ---- ---
at sundry times and in divers m:n-ucer bath, in thes.-'e r i
last days, '-poiken unto 11u by His Sou. N"o fabulous 11 O ice.
r.ytoein would have becn eon-.t'-t.l-d on such a I
fuiud:1;ion. It watould stvliiud I, xe I awar.d 1a & th d i *I
such 'pain s a 'd prolwi)dl-.d ,onw) -ho s oh, nof I uivx'd aou mi atcta n 1 ent,
.grandeur in giaindilo:quent phrase. h"The b'i'- \V ILL Il GIVE N A'T TI!,E
uing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ" has iu it every 'J
element of genuineuess. It is one of Christmas' TOWIT Z-.!,,L, -',2 .iTOz N,
greatest trimil)phs that we are brought to c.-n.ider -
the essential origin of Chri.tianity iu the unosten- On the 2 i th and 28th,
.tatious circumstances of the Nativity in sympathy
-with humanity. In ashuminble a fashion as possible Of tliis Month, December,
the birth of Christ happened, as we find itdescribed In a:id of Victoiia Lodge No. 8, LAU.3liTJrEas oF
by thue Evangelists, only attend-ed by the Angelic SMl.%inI.A.
appal ition to the Shepherd.4 of Bethlehem, and the P FIN' COU LCTION O0'
appearance of the guiding star, which led the Eas:t- I'
orn Saces and stood over where the young child PX,. s '" '? f II ..
was, to whom they did homa"',? ae to a Prophet, a \'il ben- I Che L fo r : '.
to a Priest, as to a Kinug. But this event mnik. \ 1 be o ha.!, Cheip for :lh C.:,-h.a
di.tiic-tly the dC-awinrt,; of a biiithter day on th.
human race, henceforth to be more safely and b1-t- A f"S0.
t.c uide i I the high patii of itauifc destiny. Lot of Children's CL 0 T'T IA ING,I
Under different systems tlihe. woild liha.d lb-en grop-
in' has it were iu the'dark in search of truth. And, till Si'eId I,,r Ilic ."' : i',i.
though in many instan.--es, an astonishing grado of Ha(Cfres-lihnnt orn, i.i ani.
morality had been attained, yet the ma.ias of man- ..h l ii La 3,id %%ill I.C in lttndace.
kind were left in degradation without Gnor and
without hope in the world. But now in theofuluess Prices of Admissi-'n Gid.
of time, through the channel of the favoured people, )Doors open t 3 m
the Jews., was to spring one who more than a Gov-
ernor of Israel, was to fulfill the Divine require- MRS. L. LIGHTDOURNE,
mrents and render further unnecessary the pre- MRS. R. I)AR- RELL,
figurative bloody sacrifice- offered on the altar of M.1 uILKers."
expiation, With the appearing of Christ on their !'Ilillon, lItc'. I 1, 1.30. _I'
earth, men were enlightened not only ou the pat .-
dealiugs of GOD with man, but had vouchsafed .., ,,,
them further insight into the mysteries of the Di-
viuc workings. Henceforth a clearer revelation of
Heaven-was to usher in for the humau family a ,the -
brigliter day, and to lead it iLuk Lways consonant d itnive sar of t he efC -
with its high extraction. I Y
What wonder is it then that we, who livo in these muda Loyal Union Society.
latter and favoured days, should have such an in-
nate sense of the greatness -of the event which ri`T1 llFM i EEiM lErS of0 the b'I'orcn&piuin,.d
Christmas commomorates, as to be desirous of slew- Socie y ( ). V.). (| t ut the i e.sidneu,
ing in no uncertain way, our joy and gladnesst of MI- `10 ES SI tINS,, uar th *rid.t,
For if Christianity be, as we believe, a solid truth,, --.r the Br
what have we greater to engrase our thoughts and Somerset,
enlist our zeal than the festival which is in reality --T 4 A
its corner-stoune ? Yearly, as tine- rolls on, we haLve t -` I i i
this charming simple Chrifs.mas story renewed, ever N
let us hope in more deli'zhitful measures. The lINNOCENTSP DAY, the 2'3tth ist., :ir !1) ,'( i thoughts, which have beguiled the happy days of And, Prot-,.e.i thence, in order, to S'. J-urn.,'
childhood, vwiich, as we grow older, really serve to Church, Somerlet, whiu.r, thor,. 1ill be I)iviMiC
keep us younger and to largely retain even in seni- Scrvice at 11 a. in
lity our juvenescence each succeeding Christmas t II .
renews to us. It is a most, happy thing in our Members ne requetei to b' punclual in lueir
English modes of life that Christmas has a reflex attendance, and to bear in uini;d ihuit there will
influence going beyond the well and good religious be a Collection at the Conicl'.ision of the Service
form into the very recesses of our social existence, in behalf of the Society.
and thus extra riveting the grand fundamental truth By liequrst of the (>inunitte",
of Christianity, the great motive power of our Na-
tionality. We have passed far beyond that pilgrim EMELIUS B. SM I H,
possessed notion of paying-our vows at the spot of .4'Uclary. I
the Nativity, standing on the pavement of the Inlatilton, Dec. 1-4, 1880. -2
Grotto of the Nativity, under the venerable Basilica
which crowns the heights of Bethlehem anu, over- -.
hangs the valley below of tio Shlpherds' field. ^ IT 0 W'-
Whether the silver star there to ba eoen with its VU1
dogmatic inscription in the Latiu ulgate marks .
the precise spot need not be considered, if not the FOZ o.-.:2 Ta' .,
locality, it is not far distant. 'We cannot of course Cheap lor Cash.
but be influenced with som.e of the spirit which a'--
tuated the pious and learned Jetome, who made an Per '' Ilim.diaya" and other Recent Irrivail-.
adjoining cavern his study, still to be seen, with Coinsisting in part of -:
more sunlight however shining' within it, than
found its w.iy through in his day, when vi..iting or [, A I1'ES' )r ss ( OU S' t
considering the places which have been the theatre Goin's Twerd SU l 1'S I
of events so gravely important in the History of Ladies' I!. A Fl "clt and Straw 1
Man. But we look above the mere grovelling ap- Ladies' Black Cloth .1 ICK E'TS
petite and behold the real signifi ance of the occur- Ladies' WATI'E iR PIOOFI"S
reduce which has so regenerated mankind and made Gent's Twevrd P.\N'I S
thbi beautiful world, is originally planned, more Gent's Tweed C(O-.S -
the abode of GOD'S creatures thau of rebellions Get,'s PFLinnl i S'IR'. ,
spirits. With greater confidence the inexhaustible
riches of the earth have been essayed, and with S4 Q0 ,
each generation mado mor, subservient to human .i t OJO t'0)
agency and methods of treatment. Theprogression,
materiallyand morally, has been proportionate, and, JEW V ELrt Y, CRKOf KI'.IY, t LA\S. W. R.E,
guided by Christian axioms, men have gradually TINWAh E, IRONWARIO,
attained to more corront nnd exalted ideas of the ., ,
life which now is, and of that wlih shall follow t
on this present order of things. The human in- JVJTHIA.IJVEL VESEY.
tellect has been expanded by a series of cxperi- I)evnoshire, lice. 13, S-0
ments conducted along the veinucof centui ies, and, oshr )e I -0.
though the heart must remain the great motive IR 11., Alias
power to belief, yet a brighter intellect cannot fail 'M i., Alia
to have closer and sweeter commune with the things SOM! lt' I Si \L N I)S
that belong to our everlasting peace than an intel- Bq His E.rcel!encq lMajou-Ge aeral SIl
lect clouded by darkness, and a heart influenced by R B';:RIT M1. LA F'I"A ', lI. .'
a superstitious action. Truth is unassailable, it is K.C. I.G., Gn,'rnor ,'.op)7ij lIf
of Go, and willbepreservedimmutablethroughout e -i-Chi/ef, I icc-,ld:iral t tu!
the long ages ; fear not for it, but for the wrath of : f (vr/ f
man which worl:eth not the rig liteouiness of Oo. Orditr',' i; l t W l ,vr ihesc Is-
Christianitv challenges the k',fene.t an,:] pioudest luaid. *',:., g'e.. \'.
intellect, while affording a haven for thie humble IH lER F[.18 ELIZ 4-B ETH N ,SS, has
mind. \Ve are card l.'youd BDetil.hc.nm aud 1. I Y 'Y prayed for Ad inii.str liora on lh I'-l-,otc -
yond Jerusalem, beyond Judu.t._ l. Jui.l .ri. of P11i1LIP iN E., lat'- iii' \Vt>rwck '.,iisih ill
dices, to imitate the hartrt Cft (.tic'0 d S:-ua.i- an. I lie-,e Isl::,ud., 6 '.jl Sarv'v-otr, leg..c.u.-.ed.
which is the true 1hiit otf (_. u,-inicn v. r.iilh i s fhis is thl 'rcl',re a, ,i' u nutice, i a. i
operated aLi_. i e still at woik ;, ihe ",.. 'c. ,ru. !L. ,:.s ['e at nI: h --
oa finally c-oucanuerin Cvci'y ....o. -.,.,, s or I-"' r .*' ',i_ c:,'i .lW ,.v 'i.. jJ :'t (7',a .e vt. hy

'Vith Christiimas. thea re.vert. t. t!he in eptii.Un ,:i the s:id ", Iri':,t ;r;i: ,l .aid n't ,I r'23.iittd
Chri:tianit, ald dr.-v fr.:,au it :-.:. of co u ii i-un to s.he L" IIZ.'. !' I.'' N E.'."-', lo, Iho, or
ing asnuranc., cover more e lai i7 tli:,. riii t i th_*y, ale t'i fil.. i ,i ..r tlit' %,:Ti. i-
valu, of great truths, inu clildhouo .ll c hi-c.- ,Cl. my,' ta thlie '.c ..t"-rir '; Olh. ; tllic:i l:ahids
but not then of necesiay fully urnd., rst-'ud. TI; inh:ii Fillic'i ...1i ;-.:'ia i. p kiil'ait,;,n .iu cit,'
a little on the seclar history of the ,.. l .fr oheri ile e .a...'i A,; d inisiratioi ivii bLe g r nt-
Christ,' ad draw the almoilt iuotevitablalie 'ornlio, ed ac'okdi qi
that OtflNstianity has revolationizeJ the wtorld, ain.1 E W E .' E
contribiuteit more than any other influeuee to tuiiu- I-. EE IV i 1i,
ulate its growth and inl-'.ove.- iit. Thonrh cvil Col,.in "t'iar,.
has not been annihilated it has i.ibeuu e:;!rtaiucd,alii Dated at tie -Scretary'is Ollic, .,
that of itself is no m iu can e .r1 ; i- t. ( 'ri:.tiia,i v thlis 8i 11 d .t I, ruf e.?r., |I;:-t.
m ust still be agg'.res' ie r i.-l st dll I :..:M.' i... :;I1 .. ..
blighting' influences. Ac tLis Cl',,i u.;:a ',. 1 --.k 7 .
usin a me:.ure realize !-',,, .-i,,,.., ;l In. ,- r Bi2th J e f l
ed, and go on out .vi : ji-,i, : *.' it I' re *-.. ,, t.. *'
uncertain '.. 'i t. ..: 'ii "' .-' L. E."
and the Crt'os of ()alvai i \x.lbiit htuiiit al, i ,
shame, the Resurrectiun and Aseeuisi...u piu',.Iii, ,- '
universal victory and triumph attained, which tlie
Spirit makes joy and peace to all believers. With Reid Streot, Hamilton.

, "RP
.j 'le1.A
-f S^

Theatre Royal

Tlunder the Patrona.g'e of
His Exelleiicy e- ile IGoves'ior &.n
Lad. Lutflan..

fi id ttl of t.ho f lii'1 t101r EtliliO4in a
Church iat N-,-.' IJnlarbouir. Newfoundlan.ul.
The following Ladies' un-d Gentlemen will

Mesdames Holt, Kennedly, ?tac-Donnell,
Randall and Seyvaour.
Captain Holt, Miessrs. Ber'sford, R. E., Gos-
ling, Moore, (Corumsst.,) Ranlohpb, 99th,
Wells, 1R. N. and Woo-1, R. E.
Tuesday 21st December,
Theli Oiginal Comedy in 3 Actis,

To be followed 1)' the' Coatic Op'rettn,
C s a 40 11 i1 s I. f IU ,' C s E S.

,TU2th December,
S. 0
To be followed by the Farce.
Prograimunine :id Ticet.; for the Pe:rforumances
to br1 obtinied at the Royal Gazette" Stu,-
tionery Store, where l plns of the Thea-tr. ar ,
now open.

Dress Circle ,3,'; Reserve Seats I ,;
Gallery jd.

Pit ] ;

Doors open at 7-30. Prformance at 8 o'-lo-k.
Hamilton, 14th D.crilmb.:-r, 1S.90.

For Xl as Groceries,
Buy them at R. HI: Duerdeu's.
N %V\ FRA ISINs B,.s. lt f i'i:El
Extra IIA. LAIA'l I1)
(ONF i-.CTICIlO\i'E1 i;|CE! COIlN
0 \'T:4 S ,K';. AIS (very cihca,)
'1'1 .', CGreen :ind Oolon,,
libis. aiiid fll' of ioanFmily BE'F F
Black PEPPI''lt SA It DIN E
I' I') 1TO''I)ES Pilot I~1' AI)
?. II 1) U EIDEN.
fIainilton, [lee. 18th, 1880.'

6" loyal Gazette" laiI
anid Fostal Sheet 1SSI.

lll; v' alual.ilo Pr -iI land M .iil liforri.iition
cell ,it:In.d in lie Berimiuilu Po.:ket iliian-
ick, Guide ;iit,'! i;:'ctory. Ini been printed in
ihect tIJ'ni olr t.le c in:Lvei, !ee of lie 3Mere::ili-
ilo Public, and will be sold at thel popular price
Id' :3., LI 'enable every 0loiekLeep -r to provide'
himself with a cjiy). lI.rly .ppliuc:tion should
be ni:iile, as only a limited number of sheets
llive Ibje'n priiited.
Iiltis o[ f Arriva! l andl' ep:irinire i e of e' N Viork
1! .il >'te ner. froIl' t nudi.t and Now York ;
Dh. ( iii:ii'l .-tea ..'r tcl\veen Halila .ti IBeriiti-
1.1 and .iN anuh: ;i ; o tal ila.'-, Iregi tion-, :c.
Inoyal 1;azet 'ilt.,e I)e i.0.

R 1. II. I DU.IDEN L'kti mui!li pleasure
t iinfonin the inhabitalits ,rf l:ermiuda
lia! hoe I as i ,it'e'il lihe ;il alaln e of his

F,-orni 'EnI)gl Ini per S. l imal.iya,'
\nd \\'ill ol0'r t,1oun \'ho!i saic or Retail at tlhe
So,'ir \\est (of the one latInly ocit'pie l byy Ar.
ilenry Ilarrell. I'very discLriltio;, of G(oonil-
v'ill Ibe 'iiunul tlirc' suita;jle for the Se.i.oi and
ery uh,.:,'.
Iaial;It,,,, IDecemi ber 13, 1t S!-.--3




,7 f

11. J. "':'i:I \ ln,
\V ilI.l. I, V i. i ",': i .Al,, ,
or abfuai the Ou t Il
Ja n u!'"if .'t'xl.

'l li I': b ,' : v ,.i.> i r s' c 'ti i
'l' iP ,' ..,Lt --i hJ'i Jd :
i:t \\iii continued !i.- tJ :- I i\ j-- L g .- .-.' U .. I.':
uni.i fI i. i :' ,'; i e.
i o > ,, I I '1 'ii. I| '.i :- ; l ; .. -,< .' i [' '' v i, ('m .
"'* :- te' .L'. : !., ... ,] .r i
J. H. TlIi\MIN(l-IAM &\ SONS,
Agentt, i.
Ilamiiiton, 13thli D tr., I :0.--3

Importers per New York
SMail Steramer duc o, lonrdlav.,
'.20th )ecenler,- 1830.
1 E i Jnduesi.ogned r,:sp-ectfullv r',quest
Cu'njii: i.nccs to pay their Freighlt ndi to
rem .ve their (ood-< before ; 5 p.p .' on m 2ith I)e-
eLember, as l.e i S iiu-race \\'W:uieous.e will be
cl sed i.ntil irHe irn ioring of ith 2 l. ('Goods
rei.ini n i n the n'icr:aince \W arelhouse o tlihe
morniinr of theI 2t9il will lie sen: to a Bonded.
Wa eli0ou e.
TRO "TT' &. COX,
Agents of the Qiueiece
Stonianhip Co.
Hlamilton, Permu.Li, Dee. 14, ISSO.-2

Received by Recent .or-
) Y ,"ild Furnishing G(D001)S
Lidies', l1isses, M1Sn's.and t Boy's' 1 ,18
Velvet FPRAMES, w ith Nickle 4Rims
EASElSF Pilcurv FIli.xNI FS
PICT(UrIES i'l-,:o and .%it .grapii AL.' LI,'3iS
Boxes Fn"url vA PlI. "m 'i'd \'. in Va-i(er
,apanese \WAR. *Ti'i) \V% A "P K
L\ IP- L \.'T i'E i S JinX N;,:iio N'l.', .. K ,,-
dent's L.AM PS
Pt an"si Xm;.s, Ncvw Year anI B'ri,thday CAI l)
And a Variety of oilher ChrisLlina;.. I'i.l':SE N'I'.
'; --* A L SO ... -:
Those Unsurpassed Oil STOV ES,
All Cheap for Ca.-h.
No. I, WVest Front Strect.
Haniilton, Dec. 13th, 180. -3

Table Potatoes.

Just Received, in Prime Order,

At Lwce-t ..1arket Price.
Speci.,l areas to Army a:nd Navy CIanteen.,
andi Messes.
4. T. J.d1JES,
4'. Front Street.
I imilton, Novem erip iS'.I-0,

Clhristinas & New


I rcseuts.
.1\ Vry Fine 't.s:urtment of Flurentine
I l a h o ib e Ie Vi S
Fri':t S'I'A NI!) inl .';rd R, EC EI VEiR(S.
'''ir Sale li
Iln nilt'n, lce., 7th,. V%.' ..--3

The Greatest Vari-
ety of Ornaments for
Christmas 'rees and
("hri ,:tin s a' i',., .
q r, Bird C;iger, W istils. Firemlen, Iib:bie.,
and the .r!uafest variety of (ioools (.:II f pure-
Sin ,r) ever before t!:- reI in these '
Bai.aars, Fair.s, &e., at reduIcc rate ,.
GioccIrs 'Wil di I well to call at lily IEtablish-
in tl i :9 I A i!l *u'j'jK' iii.). !fur t'i.' (2. i .nil',
fI' r I ss tlih il rlii'y c:1,' I,' iiIi'.i.,,! Iro n I' ;,li
or A\ iican M irkers.
E. A. ME"YEl',
Calc B;l:er andi Confectioner,
Cornet of E:iast Broadway and Victoria
liamilton, Nov. 29, 1880.-4

a 8 P,

The I.rrmida P,\ket .i!-
?manack, Guide and Directory,

(CoX i.Lan'ini oiicii ;adli.ional in.forustati.)n, car,-
tl'i!y ievistdl, an! i; malu'y cas,.s re-wriite;,, ;, i
b reX'.!y i,,r *l.!i eiy il., i latter ,..i tl
icoiming 'velk.-
it loio ,i rhe mi oSt. c; lu:l~te u .'lpe in;', oi,
dIit'lI'imi 6 iio n PI ;'rnt' i 1I.: \',ciI i 'e 1 oi il iii-

I. 1.',_ it ;", 01

-1 -. ; .- i 'l i [ I : l.

Ho\v' t, "L'o rid ,A youur ,a.! c,,d.

c-I to


Ci vi' V.. -. lo.t z reet
0 .,! '.,li 'i'- ... '"li .- ', i: "3 ct [.. t., i .t.>i L -..U' t

,t' Fil[" .i,_,ir.., ,i" n : 1. .-". iS C'. L" N i't', 4o0 ,,

C t Briad way East
Ilamiltoni, October IP, 1880J.-3iuw


Potal oes !
S01 17' 1 TO E '! !!

Sipeorior Seed and Table

.'A i Iaw st :iia;rl.:. price : 3.
(..',ll au., (:: !ii;ie i stock b ', tre purcha:singr else-
\ i iCd l 0 ,
Sp cial ra s to Ai mi an.d Navy (Cantieen and
Orders foi Sr. Daivid's Island and S'. Geore-'s
'ill be prom 1ptly tilled I-,v LM W. W\'.' V LTr,
s t. ?orge's.
4- FPront street.
f laniltim Nov. *"2 I S'-.
x lc c i ii ,,g
SI1AL qjrYA ifrom LQlildon
A11t th ," II y';.a Gi .ze. .." Stuionery S..r.-.
A Variety 6f 0li, istias 'Games,
Chris; mas CAS'i ).'

I.etts' &, Cos
*X-c ,

il:.iir,:,un, t).c'r.. S-i, ISt I,

Chr;isias & CA iew Y ars
uchlit S.
Cake liA.18K 1T'S 'i,.-ke JARS
ullier IDiSHiES V.\S.Ns. CUPS
G 1DLE'I'TS Napkin RI[NG
SPC()NS anid FOmR
Abl-uIl, -Fn.'r. iINGS IlTT'ONS 8: I!U )s
IlRO.1 iHE-. 4 S,,.! !\ PINN:
Vc!il 'iNS, &,:., A& ..
i'u!l and ri:i(in -Pric .'s !.flrc l'yivinrg Ele-
i 1t aln'i .,
N. 18.-\li 'IOOD) : bnI'ught of ;lra
tree of tb :4rcr. .
L. ritt.r ,- i' ont Str,..-t, and Chr ne.,irv Lane.
S!aia!tl. !),c. 7th, I:;'..- 3


GAi 11 ' A O 'TTSO E .

1'le UlndersignedI ha1 1jllit received
ex iri:,-. '!-- 'il" cI ch. ice c.u'go o0

Seed Potatoes
Sclctled C 'p, ro:,;ly foj" iB.limutid Market and
;>u~ ld :. vi .. l).trtii t r .r.11 ,wii, x. iniiine s'o ck
,.'!..l r. gl; i ,:" f.- .' .
t'f HOS. I.l PI '.
Ilamil-on, "-i'ih N i':e, il4 :r, i:s.0.* 3

Thos. W. Ket7,
Water S2trcet, .t. Geirge's,
Has Opened a Large Assortment of

.-'0i! "1 *;i"l;: Ol --
i.N S t; ;iv-milm' eC 1.0 ,'i ING
S Iila,:k uditI r\". c.' r'''-".
(- A'I'S 'io .C" a;dRS a V i"'. 's
OVEIlC ,.''.' ',',.lipro .f COAT4
IA'I'S and C.\ IS
Woolen and (Cotton SHI-'-I'S
A Fine -l: o :l w I'l.,'k .in1i F I.niev
C,0.11.TIN Na ,W
ileercliiau i a;d i'ri:'i PI!Ii
P tc'ket K I 'NIV ',, ;'ila e t'iiC'l ti'L i 'f,
.4 AZOil.-'
Liectro Pia:ed WA.iti. .]E \V LILEi Y, &c.
Th e ,>l3 v ', ein ,ii.:o)!la!y Selec ,.-d
>.i Ili t i lJ ersigncd ini .4on.Ion inider 'iav'ouirable
(.'i rn-taliict .i will 'l S,` SI C'liheap for GCash.
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Corniier ofl'at iBroadway & Victoria
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MUDA BRANI)-Prepared by MAP-'S.
November 27th, 180.-4

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Iivi~lton, December 21, ISSO.

Colon tl., -:c/'ti4//./ Office,
n : nPi.ioint':!
Th& lWTVo-ui4. Morrielv A. M. Fithl
NatIhaie J. EDarrel, Eqr., and
Jo1?eBh,?4 M. Haywaris9, E-iqr.,
To lb,. (Croi nussio.ners for the a,rposC. of obtain-
ing :1 CENSUS 01' o THE P'-PL.vTI":so OF TIIESE
IsiAN.\I., S i ursuaii .e of th. l revisions of the
C n'ii.sus Ai t, No. 22 of tlic In-es,.nt Sc-'.sioln.
P/-/ ; Kx, ,' ,. ii f"JJ iim'1111 .
Colonial Secretary.

Proceedings of the Legislative Council.

Friday, 17th Deeemner, ]8S0.-Puisuatl to ad-
journment the House met.
l'reseld-His Honor Josiah Rces, Chief Justice,
'iThe Honorable A. J. Musson,
W" i. H.Goslinp,
J ames H. Triminghan
S uienius Harvey,
S Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
S G. s. rpucker.
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.
A Bill entitled "An Act for the further protec-
tion and preservation of smill Bilds," was read .
the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The lHon. J. Tucker in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
The [-Tonse adopted Ihe Report, and the standing
Rule having been anain suspended by unanimous
consent, the said Bill was then read the third time
and passed.
The Resolve providing the sum of 15 for the
pui chase of a boat for use of the Bridge Keeper at
the Causeway, was read the second time.
The House went info Committee thereon.
The -Hon. W. H. Gosling in the ChAir.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolver without
The House adloptad the Repoit, and the standing
Rule having b'en "again suspended by unanimous
consent, lthe .aidl Resolve was then icad hie ththid
time and passed.
The Resolve providing the sum of 160 for de-
fraying the cost of keeping, &c., Pilotage Buoys andi
Beacons, was read the second time.
The House went into Committee Ihoreon.
The IHon. E. Harvey In the Chair.
The Committee rose.
Trhe House resumed.
The Chairman repoiled the Resolve without I
The Houie adopted the Report, and the standing
Rule having been a.aint suspended by unanimous
consent, the said Resolve was then read the third
limp and passed.
The Resolve providing the sum of 20 for the
purchase of a boat with oars, &c., for public use at
the Quarantine Establishment at Nonsuch Island,
wrirs tea.] the second time.
The House went into Commillee Ihereon.
q he Ilon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair,
The Coimnittee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report, and the standing
Rule having been again suspended Iby unanimous
consent, the said Resolve wai then read the third
time and passed.
The foiegoing Bill and Resolves were ordered to
be laid before His Excellency the Governor by the
Honorable R. E. WVebster.
The Bill entitled An Act regulating Quaran-
tine," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. WV. H. Golding in the Chair.
Clauses 1 to 19, including 19, were aeverally
agreed to.
'i hI ('ommitiee rose.
The Hlouse lesumEd.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjrin ned to Tuesday next, the 21st inhalant, at
11'30, ai.m.
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Ahstlraet of lthe Proceedings of thie Honorable of Assembly.
Mon'daq, 2It//, Deer., 1SS0.-Mr. Fraser will
leave withdrew his notice of the last day of meetinru
relating to the 71st ('l.n-'e of the Public Land.s
Mr. OQudncy presented a Pelition from the Revd.
J. H. Bucknir and olthes of the British Methodist-
Eai.scopal Church,; praying for the payment of the
Public Stipend during the interval of the departure
from these Islands of the late Minister and the ar-
rival of ihe present minister, for reasons set forth.
Mr. W. J. Fr ith with leave deferred his proposed
motion for the third ;ending of (he Resolve making
a giant to Mrs. Elizabeth Ness, to the next day of
'1 heAtrorney General moved that the Pill entitled
' An Act to provide for the taking up of lands for
inihlic purposes," be now read a third Lime-which
was affirmed.
Ayes 18-Messrs. TN Dill, J Fowle, S B Gray,
E 11 'Goling, SA -Haa ve., C L' Kcr-ane, S A NMas-
ierc. '. -'I.Mcurer, T' 1) Middlet on, C 'enii on, J
V," I'C:,ili'ui, W Ii WVillins.on, TJ W adson.

Nanvy 1--M.s s r.11 F .i Cooper, l J P.
Di rrell. N .1 'at .'l I, ii i.'r, A,- .1 Ilodaon.
\V .1Inclrs., A iudniy.v, J N Smit,, "T F .J
I'i,"-r 1 r. I T'P yne.
"'I. P .!! rwas rea" a l thli. time.
T. .. t'. .,y G n i :.. w rved;,t ..- rill do
p." .---w which *,;.'a ;.l in dl].
Av !'r 1--Mep.r. T N. 1 i1), W .1 Fri,, SR l
Crnvy, E ii -nzlin:', T ( rcan A Ma'._rs, T *,V
li-r D 'I' C!iP.]1.:-!-- -ni! .r, J W PNV im .n
W II \- ill:in ,-n. 'p .1 '.'S ,l on.
j,. V '-?!"rS. l V'1. F P! M r, R .I -'
D .,,rr.-', N J 1), U i. l. F- T"' ., A .! itodlhion.
\V S )laMe(r?, AM Ourl;d:--, \V 1R Peni;.on, J N
Smihl, '' F J Ti',ier, R i',i'. .
'I Sp~.;a 'r ,.:v oth c :'s iug, rote in fiv r rof ihe
pal..' r, ., f lthe Fi!l.
The P.ill was IhPn passee.
Tho .\tAtrrnrv ('.re'ral. inlrolduced a ra voirv f,,r
a'in j I'poor ." r .of 1 ,.-,ltee- w i ,:I was rrea'
a fiMt 1t0h0.
Mr. Mercer inti .tt.'t1 a I ill to[ n di-'i the Act
to continue and amend th, Act to encr'urageo !h.'
destruction of Ciows rind for the pre.'.rvation cf
small birds-which was readl a fi it limp.
Mr. C'. Peniston tgari notlee to more tbo Resolve
for an iilditional builline- at the Nonsuch Quaran-
tine Sintion be s'ain committed.
O-X''..r] 'o QMon.dy next

O)1 ,r.' :--.
Ioi;iion f, >i M ni.i.fer of ) M. E. Church.
Resolve in favour of .Mra. Nelc.
Resolve relating to extra \Iai! Servic.?.
Tiravr-lling O ex,;,e:rs- of V'isi-rs i( Linatic Asy-
lum Resolve.
Resolve for pa,'ilg th.? Rep'rtl, i.f 1).?b I'.2'
Hamiet r.n Gra,:l n ill .
F'or next meeting i.ut oni?:--
Ma'rkirn of Paekag'e n;ii.

Er.NTFr. rE.
Do ,.r. L7.-S- .hr. Aiphl.:, .ali- mu \', St. John, N.:. ;
LInl.,r. ',, ., ,ne' ;.,.. to Tl:tt & C'rx.
Sclr. J. P1. W ym.I nT, Irain., J:..,',nrivillo, Fl.u. nl e-
ber. f,, S. S. InIhalia .
*20--Mill Stoartior Flanibiur.:,iilh, Fraser, New York;
as-nrted erir.-A _ents. Trotit & Cir.
S. S. l h:iiami W hit-lt'irst, PDoniri';a ; .itgar, ruin,
&e.'-A -,n t., Tiutt & Ccrx.
De.-r. 1~-Norwegjian Brique Thurli, Betlli-lsei-, Ty bee.
Briat. Hnarry S(ewart, Pendletctn, Turik Island; )20
his. Itatrie;--part utf inwiardl cargn,
1i--titig(, P.-sullaado, George, Queen ho wn :-." logs
1 ;r';lin h-artl liiiber-iinwardJ r:ar;l' .

.-S-. .S. 'S.1i.inia. Wlitelhuls, New York ; inw-ardI
.irgo sigtiar, ruin, &e.
DLt:.. i -Ain. Shii) N-,ii.tia Diortiiea, C,'mize-n. Sa-'an-
iahi ; -tu'iii0 c'mttmi.i ; leakiu'" : ince- 'i ivein ,'n
shore and lhst.-A'ents, W. C. Hyvlandi & C,).
13.--Ain. Shipi Nev'aa.i King-r, New York : 06.29
1.-rrel refinet'l pelrolucml--in diltrss--Ageit, J. S.
17.--Brigantine Kilty' flyle. May, Dernieratia; luo--, J. .S. Parrel!.
Pr. In ti-e Mail Slteaner Fltlw'ioiugh 'yesleriJay from
New York :--levl. R. 0. Yearsley, Mir-. Yearslr-y,
Miss E. and Mliss R. Yearsley, anld Alaster Yearsley,
Mr. andI Mrs. George Roberls anl son, Air. and! irs.
B. E. Smith, AMrs. Lii'iravc-, Miss M. 11. Penislon
;iti,.l s: lVuaiit. Dr. Groe'ste'mn, Meossr.. S. G. Mhididle-
toh-, A. C. Gault, Th, la'ias J. Oinlerbridlge. WV. G. Far-
lowe, J. Tler and MN. Waril.-.-,o (. C,il., 'Win. T.
Paterson, Chiarles Ross and Geurtge D). Clare.
The Brigantine '- Killy C'ldyJ," Captain May, b,-iLuod
to P. E. I island. arrivtil al St. George's on Friday la-st,
leaking bally, 'butlwarku; 'tI've, sail, gone, and cargo
leaking ; lih's been out 41 days and hail nolliing' but a
suece'sSin of heavy gt,d!e.-Agcrit, J. S. Darrell.
Thie Steinmer L'l,,,., of lthe Qnubei. :'te-arinslip
C'o)!piauny,, ('apt til Wlhitelhurit. ar ied on Sunday,
191 i-le-ontiber, troin Du iniiai,:.`. S e lo ft 'l Triiil;d
*,7thi N.,'., L;u'bar l,,s 911h, St. Lii.ia .t ie'.,., M.A u i-
liiiue .i90 Dec., Diinini,..a liln I 'e,.
Ca'bin Passein,.it---C. II. Ellis, J. C',ix Fa,,n. W.
,'ant. 1i.---t','7c-am,, J. 31. Cal-e. J. 1-. (.ha C i ellr, A.
Thit B, .,r, reuiii ed coals and provis'ioiin \.-hi.
having" been muup)l:ed un 20Ith, slie is it fpr -eed? l to I ,-a
this TrorningL: bound to Noew York.
"Time" up at London for Bermuda, to sail on
7th December.
R. 1. Steanmi-r Beta levcu-e at Halifax 12th1 in:.t.

On the afternoon of Fi iday, the 10th inst., the
Americau Ship Nowi:a Donncai, Captain Couzens,
from Savannah bound to Liverpool. Eugland, with
-100li bales cotton, anclhors-d in MLurray'i Auchor-
age, leaking at the rate of 16 inches per hour. On
the fllowing Inorniug the Captain came on shore
and consulted with \V. C. Hyland, Esqr., resident
Agent. of tile Underwriteis at these Island.l, and it
was decided to otltain a steai ln punip anid proce-rd
on thi-e voyang without de.-lay. After the Captain
left the ship the winud increased very rapidly, zo that
at noon it was idblowing a viulentu. ale with heavy
squalls from N.W. : and while the Capt. was enag-
ed in ntakinLr arrangements for purchasing a stein
pump he received a message that lhis ship was on'
shore. He immediately proceeded to the Naval
Tanks on the North Side, opposite which his ivo'.-:
was lying ashore about 400 yards from thie land
The crew, within two exc-eptiouns, ha.l dI-ft th i.-- e
in one of the ship's boats, and landed in St. Cath-
erine's Bay, l before tlie Captain ariivcd at tlh
Not th Side. A:- soon as thit. Captain thl:
spot lie deterriin-.d to go onu l"ard of ii-, vessel it
lie could obtain a crew to put him there, to as. or-
taiu her position, so as to .save her if possible. In
the course of twenty minutes five colored boatmer
volunteered their services, and in a few minutes a
gig-boat was launcheic, and started for the sliip.
Nunimb-rs cf tlie spectators enldeAiv'oured to prev1 ii
on the Capt.ain froini proce-ldiu n ou an expedition
which they felt would terminate fatally to boat and
crew; but it was useless: he was co6ol iand deter-
mined ; the. sea was then rolling and breaking tfer-i
fully Nill along tl h i:o .-. nl a, tltrilliug l.-,at
sc-.ene has never b;enu witunc..sed in these blanud
A4s tho boat pa'.:-td thliiIou-Igh tle entrance .,outwalds
and encotuntertd tl'r' roll's., when shie hIa.i goi
altout 2' yards ouit.-Mie thlie cntru';e '-, a feai ful .-,,:a
lirok, and hur-led tihe 1,''tat. c.,irpl.etely out o'f tieu
water, and she li' un.i. for ui. in.-'iut, nta if onL thei
spray of the sea ; then sh: wa;:s 1..-t to \i:ew-w, ai
nuumlLer-, f tlhe l',?l:.,tti,,rs who weie itai]linug ai-
m , bre:ithle:..s wilh anxi.4ty, :'ave vi' it t ,o ti it
feelin.-'. Ii nl a ,ry went iup tl-here- t th.r- .-h '.
g n'o" ; buit ,t weti tiitaknn.-u, th] -.t.:i l. It hm it
and nobtlo ;rew were .oou .se''ni to risC 'n :lllotlioi
wave: 1,ut [th,: boat \;'a dI.:-p in tihe wit..r as thei
breaking sea hlad filled hler to th e lthwarts; for a
moilent lihe was roticuless, and it was lih,-, sIt:
would 1.e dashed into on the rocks uu>lr- hei
e-' ; but minus-.rular arms aud a skilled pilot s,oi put
h 'r li"yt.ulm that daugc-r, aud .hlio proctetel iow-atls
thI.- ship. \Vhen withlini a few-v yal-its of the vessel
another tr,.,niriudoui St l hultld] hI.r ,about tifty
yarls to l,-eward, tliti -.listance was soon overcome ,
awl slie reachedI tlie v'rss':-I iu .,'fety ; where .she w's
r,:-livud of the water with wvihi .-lie? was overla-
den. After the Captain ihaid remained half an hir 'ni
on board his shiip the boat again returned, riuni'jn.
bef,_re the -...-. unil tlih y r- ., mh,.d Fort i .'t(ate-riic,

whereint they ,'t ttndlr' tl. 1.-, of thie laiiitilt id tle
fmwat wM i., .i .h-l. \ -. ii i o vt en.- tiI.I te e aI tp t
few more poriloui (.xpeditiou-- liai been att:mptetl

Spondence ec, the Ito uove,.i nmiin-i stood at aFl,l: additions whichl seemed called for.
Sthe close of tf IAt sessi., of Cingrss, seetmd to 1.-, When time is Litmited--Fow to make the
f be Hreconcilable best of it," I pages, a 1ndtum iin parvo."
T i'e linancial airs aie reg:ade, by thle Presi- 2.-How to 'each Bermida--2pages of routes
dent as in a.-ati.nlfatqr cn ti es are thiiving. '.ol'ine of interest is low, niw iNerat ri.d ds
rail oads are bWing-,onstrunoted, vast immiini 3.-Noarig Berida-Arna ion t es
iN increasir' our ropnhriti-in. capiId ntd lhitir, tiott of '-2 pazes app'oaching.
e increntejin our pi0.uio.r, u pibelt uat d i. g 1.-Eutering the Chaunels-A tidly pag.-e.
SNew enterli-es i g ret numhbes am in ,pri,,tes' 5.-Disnmbarkiug--A matter of fact, half page.
Sand our commercial relaiio'is witll otl!. counlr,.s 6.-InduemeIts to visit Bermuula.-; pages of
Share unp'oving. opinions and facts.
I The Presicden ask. Con-gr':-s to p t Accommodatons, Hotels and Boardiug Hou-
tloi .ziuin. the appointme:nt ofl (jn. Graut is .'ptai .- requisite pae.ions, and ar
et ,inral tof tit :., my, ihe ri anlk t b- I-gally provill- hips an Stoe p res- page, they deserve.
.d<, trie4 i..ptov',d. .A considerable space is given to toirse or coIveyance.
t he 'arr), arr.rdy and miliii:, the Ind ian policy, lO.- nauilton to St. Georges-Over 5 pages,
I'ubile ltu.s and tUl debt qum.:-iion, ani the I 'rsi- how to accomplish the journey auI hiow it- may be
i .ient quioes approvingly t tle l reports of lh.e v~r. muMh varied, and clher excursions on that route.
onis departn.eru).s on Ih:;e ui.,j'tJ. II .--Hamilton to Somerset and Ielanud Island -
1 ccra.aly S'hrlinan in. his iepoit recoitniend- Over 2 pa:i n this drive ; with its several varia.
ilut! ihe Ourttier cumpuiusory coinage of silver dol- tios.
r lari be usp.nded'. 12.-Iel.iuldby W':ter-Dockdescribed and es-
4 -- tablislunent of the Do,-kyard, 2 pa.IyIs.
7,i,t E11itor ,.tt,, 1 ',patl (Gt,,itt. I.-Hamilton in three pages; whl'n, why aud
r IR. Er'rr.n,--Will you kindly iLf',tin an ; -n1- how founded, strCeet, doicks and buildings dcs-
3q citing .straiing,'-r JI re-"o- whly W lrg-e loits of fist cribed.
dec:-yi ug ptatmt-e4 and ill-s.nel.liu gntrn'i iare utiif- I .-NVi,-ciuitv of Hlamilton iun 2- pagges, pleasing-
f,:rid t, renm:iin an unliuniri.-J timo uudtir the Publhic ly and sni:.:intc-tly noted.
r Shed, in thii town, ihiluj the owners oif su- pro- 15.-St. George's ---Description eiub.odiimd in 2
peirty hIve liber;l:d torlig,.' aeccommunilation of their pages.
i uwnu Wh it charge i.s made by tliw .'orpiratin Ili.-The Parish Chiurclhes s.-ket.'be in 5i pages.
I for tlie use of its. Shl-t in this nuinuer Las.-' t sea- 17.-Religion and Edlucation-A. chapter of 5
son whun on a \ iit I n.ti,'-. a vast pile of I'-'ta. pages, co'mpil-ed now for the 1st tiim. and supply-
toes in an :alvt'uced stato of decomnposition Iying ing a want that was felt.
for vvwecks umndcr the stean.or's shed,' while passers 18.-Govrnment, 1 pLages, also new.
by liad to I1iolmd thlir no:ios iu n rler that they should 19.-Trade and Agricultnie-Nearly 4 p.iAges,
Snot I'raIthc die stenchh ari.-iug thI.erefr'oii. just compiled from the.- monut reliable sour,'es and
.[.- not thlie lllth of the -.munmnity, which i re- which c inuot fail to be r-ead with much int;'r:-ct.
, gret to oriy is not at present good, t fected by tliese 2,.i.-l-istoui.'l wit, C'lrounoloa;' aI Not :-,. -2
,ti.l odol.. il- are :t give t .-very p.i.miug t br:ze pa.e' f-o!l-Iwe1l 1,v list., .'the ( 'Go tJOrs, .,lii,'-
and distributed all over the I-laud? als, Cshief Justice.s,. Att,.r.ey ten0-:-r:als, MaIyois,
December 20th, 1380. HEALTH. Regiments, Flag Ships, and ship-s statioued in


rn any coa:s' nod it spenk-s v,-luimes for our brave 0-' A second case of sickness having occurred at
boatmen. The ship sno01 lilgce-d and filled with Clarence Hill, this time amongst the servants, tlo 1
water, and atAran,_rn:ntus wei'e completed that establishment has been removed to the "' Northamp-
evening for saving the cargo and materials of the ton" for a fow dayvs, in order to make a thorough s
ship without '.l-,iy. Over a li0Ot) bal.-s of cotton examination of the drainage. t
hli- already b. ,un 'hnlt.l 0nd it is thotu.'l-t the while It had been intended to give a dance at Admi-
'..r*o will ble .avel. The ship will b.t a total loss. ralty Hou-e afr':r the Hulnt Finish on Thursday ,
The following are the naumes of the brave fellow, next, but circumintauc&s re.ner it impossible. ,
I0,t imanuee thi,- Pilo-t Boat F 'lorne" ric on thl o,- ___
e.-ilon al.ov.e all led'tl t-: ---viz:-.Iaiiies MiniE, ,
(',,xswain. Pilot in tle employ of the Control The Bermuda Pocket Almanmack,
P. ini,, ..-.plh Smith, P. Zuill, .Jain., Brani-g- G guide and Directory, 1, Sl., Thonias Siith and Stowe.
--- -- The edition of theo Bermuda Almanunek for I 1,l
FroTm S3 e Unllited i' ate EI gIland1, is a di-.idd.-d improveneut on any precedinug, in bulk,
A<'. I:-el,:tion and arrangement of matt,:-r, ntud il type-
The Mail Steamer F/at"bonrovyh. C iptain Fraser, graphy. The Alranack now coutinus 21t pages, .
',tom:n New York, on the afternoon of Thursday about" I100 pages in- excess of 1871, aud "2S pages in
last, nncholed ol i the North Side opposite the i exctss of ISS i. Iu 1874 wheu the Quebec .Steam-
)u',:king Stool, at Sunset, otn thp everiinrol Sunday ship Company undertook the New Yoik Mail Ser-
last, amn1 crime into pot earlv y -lerday morning, vice, the proprietor felt that a few uotcs of dirc.-
She had favourable weather during the whole pas- tion to travellers would prove of service, aud a.-
sage. cordiun-ly in t.lio edition of 187.5 appe-ared for the
We are inderbled to Capltin Fraser, Mr. Pur-er 1st time a Bermuda Itinerary, which met with such
Dl)pont and Mr. T. J. Outerbridge for files of New favour that, in each sueees~ive edition, the matter
York papers up to the day. of sailing. Las been extended and arrancued in a better and
-- ---- more haudy mauuer, through the kindness of seve-
ALTERATIONS, IN THE PATES OF POSTAOG.-We Tl1 cotintributors, reInulting in the condeunsed and
Lave authority for stating that on anud after the .ys.tematic exhibit of IS 8. The Editor regards
1st .Janary ne-xt, the postage to the following the p)res.:-nt Handy Guide to Bermuda as more per-
plar-e-s will lv- -!J. iust,:.,d .f C4. as -lieret ofore, they feet tha ift wiitteu and forthwith )publi.led, be-
-'-'.-ing entuhi-d the Postil Unionu, viz. :-Greuada, cause it is the result of frequent corrections anud
St. Lu,.ia, Tol.a go, aund Turks' Islinds. For the ameudients whichexperienue.has dictated. While it1
future nrai!.t direct ..for 1Turks' Islanbls by the Royal was desired to make tthe matter -o.inprehensive, em-
Mlail Stteamer lieta, will Ibe forwarded by each trip 1rnacine. a.' nmunr-h as possible, it was also considered
oi that vs- :-l co .ulwarl. highly important- to .-tudy eourisen:ss necessary
Mails.- for Blitish Honduras and thieB-l1iaTnas fr ready reference, and to rather than to
will inu uture-. be f'orwardl.d to those places via Now exhaiiust the sv je(t matter. The number of visi-
'Yor;. t'tors to Berituda has 'one on increa-uinge thlourth
from vnaiois .-auises not in the proportion it otught
The Rev. tplplh Owen Yearnsly, M.A., accompa. t-' have inre.ised, and the improvements effected in
u':] I by Mis. Ye1-al-iy, Mi.-, Evelyn and Mi.A. R'.s the Almanack have? been nmadei with a view of
Y,:-a:.-.l-v, aLM hIis .,a:ru. a.lived in the Fl.imil.b- I n,.etin,.l the reasoluable dlemanlds of soujouruersa for
r.u'.iih" yesr:.-Irday. We understand that f.-r the a handy. neac.esible fund of knowledge o these Is-
ipr-'.- ut they ,have ta:kenu up ithei residence at Llau- lands. Every one visiting a .'onutry naturally de- I
berris, whichh lias revc-rttlv btIen u vaated by the siire-s to learn as much as possible re.--;-trdliu it, lot
Clhiif Justi.e, who hlis removed to lItuntley, Pa- only of those who bear rule, what the people follow
gets. and who they are, and what are the characteris-
tie features of the pla.-e in every seuse, but also
DEATI OF ArDOLPIIITS PEROT, ESQR. what has been its history. These natural cravings
Information was reeiveld from Baltimore by are gouerally satisfied over elns.,ie and beaten
niai yesterday of the lc:-ipt of a telegam fronr tracks of travel, and, in -the case of Bermuda, tbey
Demerara annun-.iiu tle death of Ma. A)LP3 is are now vory fully catered to. The Army and Na-
PEROT iber.a, on the 2lst Novembe:.r. The des--.d vy have also been considered in thecomnpilation,. as
"gPEtten,'- t l,, l.,t .on of the h2Lte WN-u. B. PI',.rt (-llass rpetul:ly changing in personnel, and a
if tPar-la.-\ill, omiutotn, B-emuda, was an ei. ter. lightly intelligent element calling for information
piisin. mierl naut of )Doin-rara, closelv iM,.:tifid oin all the stations they occupy. Those acquaiuted
with i's it:.-i,,.sts, having ext.piiive. business con- with the mechanism of press-work will readily un-
nec-tiot.;. lis bc.nefati.,us wi-re widespread, ad derstand that the most expensive process is the
of 1.:r:.i:' hI,. continued to to especially nildful type setting, and that, with a cylinder press, the
fin an-,u1- nbitatioi toIose ianer. timee ireqtired to throw off' a larger edition than the
in nu uun:tentatious L u r. M.I .
limited demand !here requires is ti iflin, so that,
A r,,,it his coe .fr. n, ana, .of t d.h ai t uuder these circumstances, the price charged for
TI itf f rt h c o-i feri ,(nada of ite d t io the Almanack with all its varieties, 1.', 2!' inter-
Subiters of "th litJ Reimet, and th"at on leaved, is very r 1'* unablee, and such as to admit of
Sllialtornl -of t'-,. 19th Regiment, and that one
other Officer of tip- same Corps was dangerously ill. every famil y having, a they ouht, auAlmannak
___ w to refer to. In the Guide Portion especially, pain.
THEi RLVfnEND C. P. K. C(SOMBL.-We are 'much have been t.k-en by the use of full-face and other
pleased to lari it l ht Ithe r.-v. P. 1. K. C(,oibe. late type to facilitate reference by contrast, so) that at a
of the-se I.sld, lhas bron elet.- lh Iector orflthe Chuil.hi glnece the eye may detect the most prominent
of the Erpiilihany." (|ipelonniss. loiiiaisi.i, with cihar-:e things, an arrapgement which will be highly ap-
ali- 'afa Pari.-hi in Wa -hihiglt)on, a mnall town 4 miles preciated ; e.g., p. 50, Spauish Rock, Devil's Hole,
distant. Calabash Tree. Joyce's C('ave, St. George's, St. Da-
-_---- vid's Blaud, Flatts Bridge, being in full-face type
re The P.iiti i Whliii,-." of Kingston, Ontamio, cannot esenpei note and are the most important
Canada, svys:-' Mr. A. L. Spleedon, one of the names on that page.
mo.-t. ac<-:-oimplishd of Cimada'.s literary nitlti, is .A ueat ealendar-and tabi, 4to-aa.ertatitble i*.-
forc--edi 1 ill-lieahl, tu leave his at the hetad of ber of days from one rmontrb to another, re on tThe
the New DosMri'mn," of Ormnstowg, P.Q and inside of the cover, and tJoe small complete map of
leave for BThriu iNt for the Winter. We, in coin- Bermuda outside. The Postal matter iselearly and
mnon with iman:, wanii friends :ll over Canada, neatly arranged. On page 3 the Inland Nlaila, page
wish foe lhia :i. -m'asant Winter anud much permai- 4 the Foreign Mails, pages 5.6 Rates of Postage, Tn-
iient bceftit fro.) the tiip." laud and Foreign, places arranged auder the rspec-
NOTE.-V- fed ha1py p to say that. Mtr. Spedon tive rates, full face figures to attract attention; pages
referred to has ai',v:.- sitf.-ly, and has taken up his 7-S Receiving House Keepers and their bound-
res?.idenuce h-,.re, :L-ast for a few months. \Vo aries, and a neat ready reference to hours, days,
hope' to hea- ', 'r.asionDl. from his pen.-AEd. R. G. rates and porterage of the Military Electric Tele-
graph; pages 9t and 10 are invtables--mail ar-
TH F PR BIDENT'S E-;SAC E. raugemenuts, Allan Steamers, fNom Liverpool-b t i-
Presidet i-avy" anauul to Contress unadal, andt Cuuard Steamers between Halifat, Ber-
deliverrd o,' to 6th inst.,c.p: s, wi'.b conEra.ula- rnida and Jamaica,; the Quebec Steashlfip Cono,
(ions on i tioual p0o sipenty,ur.-(es rpn Cing, re lpany'-s Schedule of SailingDatel, Steam Servic:&be-
the adopitn ofa. toriugh civil snvicp reform and tween Bermuda and New York 181 the Post Of-
paratiularlv aderl to o 'ie unre..o nableness of ai- friee Money Order System page 11; pages 3-11
seslin public servBts for pliticra! purposes, calls have been printed in sheet form for commercial
for ront an d e measure ardig the conve ce. Every toreeeper having one filed
Mormon quetsiiou, ~ rw.w snds the orgauiza- up before his desk will be able to see at a glauee
ion of lthe terri aed. The retains tth for himself suli infornatiou as he is al-vays re-
foei.n countries peaceful. egarding the For- qui ing, pubeneral reach. The che Public Sec rate of 3.e of
tune Bay claim. the says within a few Ofieers of the Navy are now given, as wells to0o
weeks be ven:.-ivnd n cominunicaion, from Her Ma- of the Army and of the Colony; the abuilarstate-
jestys Govrn .nt renewing the consideration ments will be found more numerous and accurate;
the subine Bay a A of inty pr the injun ie the 10 year-s R-aifall, p. 17, 1870-179 carefully
at, Fortne Bay.h.. t 8,the ione pri-trirondof he revised, will ho found of miuch value,.-whileothe
srhowty, inwh Pctidnevious correspondence had r ,Prde Exports Tables p. 171l-174 are given more
shown the t o prnmeas to b at vaiaici. i detail, from'whieh it will be seen what large
Upon bolt !hii.'s,. Iqe the disposition towartis a di.'usions our a'i,.-iultural interest is groWiing to.
friendly agueemnnt is manifested by a recognition The usual mas o information on the various socie-
of our rigntl; to an indemnity for th' tranDa:tion at ties. &e.; at pge 207-,s is given a Listof Rectorsof
Fortune U:. v, l!.vitg t,, measure of suchli indem- Parishes ii, Bermuda, which for the first time pub-
nity to furtlier cnferene,,. anr by an assert to the listed open to .several c:orrection aud
views of tri" Gov,.r.imu:: pr,.nlel I in previous anmnduments. The effort, however, to make know
corr espmdhnce, (that ithe !,gul.ti-un of cnfclitn ing to the prt-eut g:.neration the names of those clergy-
iuterests of the Paore hhiery of ihe pri..vincial sea ie-n, wic have labored in the several Parishis, a;ud

b, madle sh,- l'ijeut of conferine .uitd conurc-. t our insular character will doubtless meet with gen-
l arran.eranit It.,eei i t,- Iwo ,-,,ve^ enis.. }He -,rl approval. The conservation of loc-al history,
i inc-rcely ho,-es thli: He :..i .iy b.,' tin d iora is an interest in duty, and other tables will bo
.i'letiy ;iiju- Iment of vtiy set ,us diveiri .Fi.-c of found contributing to that object. Revertiung to
l views in t,,., inti trriaii.i t-f ih,. fishery (linie.s of the Hanly Guide se.-tion it will be found largely
hle 'ir-.,u of XV'ahin iou \ hiciih, in; Ihe (..i-rl rc.tiiodell.ld on n i tmn rove, ial an and with counsider-

have lbeen deterred by threats from paying 'their
rent.. He is threatened that his grave will be dug
opposite his door, his laborers are conapelled Jo'jteW
him, and none dare buy his produce, because when
it, is sent to market it is surrounded by a howUiag
mob. A correspondent at Cork says r "A-When Mr.
Jones. on Tuesday, tried to ship 80 head of cattle
and sheep to Bristol fir sale, a number of large
shippers informed the steam-ship company that they
would ceise their dealings with it if the cattle were
shipped, and the company, consequently, refused to
take the cattle, as also did a Clyde shipping company.
Finally, the drovers refused to tend the cattle,
which after straying through the streets, were
finally driven by the Police to the Great Western
Railway, and that company forwarded them to Dub-
lin by train, in spite of the efforts of the Boy-
I cotters' to prevent the company from supplying the
train. Mr. Jones is unpopular because of his writ-
ings in the periodical press in opposition to the
public works. The Police promised to protect the
laborers if they would remain with Mr. Jones, bu,t
I they refused. The Land League will support the
laborers who left the estate. The family of Mr.
I Jones are attending the remaining cattle, protected
by armed Police, and the house is guarded at night.
The seiuzre of the lodge ik expected." When Mr.
Jones's cattle arrived at Dublin rthy were treated
the same way as at C('ork. An attempt will be wade
tos-day to ship the cattle to Glasgow or Liverpool.
If that fails. Mr. Jones's agent, will telegraph for
inst-ructions whether' the cattle shall be conveyed
to Bristol by way of Bellast. In the meantime the
Police guarded the cattle.
The Right Hou. Henry Faweett, Postmaster
General, speaking to his constituents at Hackney
la-it night, expressed the conviction that not the
covernmitent over which Mr. Gladstone presides
will be terrorized into making nuwise concewsiotu,
nir provoked into a departure from the strict path
(, ju.itice.
The /l).ilI, .Vt-.s, irn a lending editorial to-day.
says : "''The details of the Government Irlsh.Lald
bill are the subject .ft consideration by the current

Berimud at various times, Dockyard Captalu Su-
21.-Norwood's Book of Survey described and
uminmarized, Distances of Places lty Lanud aud Wa-
ter, and Svnop'is,: of 1 571 Censils.
22.-Scientific-Formation of Bermuda, Depth
and Conformation of the Atlantic Bed, how tomarn-
:urvre in Hurti,:ane,s. G. Browne Good-.'s Cat.i-
ogue of Fishes, J. T. Bartranim's Lit of Sea and
Land Shells, Lt. Deuisou's, R.E., Catalogue of
Dirds. Dr. Hiisou's Botanical Sheet, Mr. 0. A.
leadte's supplement thereto
-'3.-The Gardener's Calendar, attractive and
strictlv practical, embracing the most recent loeal
?exp:- ri,-,nCt's.
The i'ual Dioi:.--t:iy to I-Lamilton and St. Geor-
.r's. .f value to everybody.
And, to conclude, a mass of advertisements to sea-
son a neat v mlume of ireueral and varied iuforma-
[ion on thle Birniudau. superior to anything of the
kind that has yet bkeen publi.,ihed.
Po.'ta'-e on Book Almanack :-uInlaud 2d. For-
eign 3d.

LONDON, l)ec. 1-Earl D)uffliin is to be transfer-
red from St. Peterburg to the British Embassy at
Constantinople in place of Mr. Oosehen.
Sir E. T 'it'uton, now Minister at Wasbhngton,
D. C., will he raiFed to the rank of Ambassador and
sent to succeed Earl Dufferin at St. Petersburg.
The post vacated by Sir E. Thornton will be fill-
ed by the promotion of Mr. Francis Clare Ford,
formerly Secretary of Leation at Wanbington,
who snccended the late Mr. 0. Buckley Matthew in
June, 1879, as British Minister at Rio Janeiro.
We notice in the Army & Navy Gaztte" of
December 4th, that Lieut. General Sir John H.
Lefroy, K..M.G., C.B., the Acting-Governor of
Ta'nmania, arrived at Hobart Town at the and of
October, and has been cordially received.
Tyhpoid fever is alarming the residents of Mon-
treal, more than 100 c -ses are reported ia that city.
Much annoyance is expressed in the Madrid pa-
pers in reference to President Hayes remarks re-
lative to Cuba in his message to Congress.

DUBLIN, December 14.-Of the panel of forty-
eight froin which a Jury is to be selected for the
trial of the traversers. thirty-nine are tradesmeu,
two agents, four geutlpwuen, one a secretary of a
railway comnp ny, one a hotel keeper, and one a
LONDON, December 14.-At the Waterford As-
sizes, although the jury panel has been three times
called. and, 'in the last two oiecaNions under penalties
of from 10 and 510 respectively lor non-attendence
uot a sciffiidtit .,number have answered the summons
for a jiy to he struck. In the Boyd murder case
the Solicitor General has applied for a postponement
of the trial, basing the application on affidavits of
the police that the district is terrorized.
All the Ministers were again present at the Cab-
inet council to-day.
The Time.s, in a leading editorial article this morn-
ing, says :-The address in reply to the speech from
the throne on the opening of Parliament will assure
the Queen of the readiness of the I-ouse of Com-
mons to act upon the suggestions made from the throne
and if any opposition arises, if will come from a small
section of the Irish members. The'representatives
from England and Scotland are practically uniani-
mous, so impressed are they by the revelations of
the reign of crime in Ireland; and a majority of
the Irish members will, wa-betieve, consent to pro-

they deplore their necessity. "t-Pre 'ay be a sket
but ftreu3Ua1 strange betowr" ai i. pnd
the spirit of liiftmructi9i may aa ae oti*emne,
but the renuit enaiot be d4000l. A vast majority
at the enu s who wil rte te aespnwiow of
thb halbeas nerpua act wiB 9A with andiMguised
reluctance, anRD yMf iit theloeiw-ffth the conviction
that- the prop( al -ha- amiBeiba.made a- nolmemnt
tio -soon. Thetowrr.nmBt B aliaited totelieve
that in the abimaslil. c4d&ter at the vererwded
shores of the wes t o-Iief, M tie organizatka aof
t aepfii't. s<* 9in a Uy be espediaiait t iopnsi.
ble:as thea co sCeration of e sada is already Mi.
LowDow eet. 10.--Lv ai Dowse;
the Oonna t Aiises as alwa- bn a
letter th h cow

Jano*, pec. l5.-Z e t-, ea.s. 4

begiAn ii o t. % 0, It p a
pleaded oi pgll eaurt-nwa wadeseTr
crowded. Mauilui;n n ai sp fa ..&waa.iitir
Bjatt Atdpie4 the 4postiou put ia b thQ Drose-
tuIt$oi .witfchhe aehtit-ig) .i -:ita ealey
and W li fb i'retied hIu. anid I ao'w "teas:tJsat
he weg gireMer threatened nor afraid. Tie -jury,
after an hour'is deliberation, acquitted Healey and
Messrs. Parnell, Davitt, aid Dillon have received
letters threatening them with death.
John Power, who was identified as one of the
party of armed men who forcibly entered a house
from which the tenants had been evicted, near
Tralee, County Kerry, iu the night, about a fort-
night ago, and slit the ears of the occupant, a bailiff,
has heen acquitted, although he was identified by
the Prosecator.
Mr. William Bence Joines, an Englishmen and,
large land-owner, residing atj.isselane, County Cork.
writes to the Times that he Ihas expended 25,000
on the improvement frhis property, and has hitherto
enjoyed good relations with his tenants; but because
hlie refuses to accept Griffith's valuation, his tenants


aorie, of (C'abitet. councils, antl the Ministeri. hiupei? I0 v T I ( U T )
fiat the measure \\ill be r,.ady to submit in a com-. _-j P I 11 1, 1 C T 1
Flete hlorm ,ihenu Parliaineut.peins. I will Ibe nei- UNDEf ? TitE 11IG 'E!)
t.'er a small .iand temporary o',o!nproini-e iir a re- ,
volutimnary s e nK. T -I V \11
A correspondent fat Rome says he gathered from 0-11-ii OI'O1 lv -lle t(y, .,
a conversion he had with a high officer of the T ,,,2 At 12 ,oel,,k. T[.
Vatican that the aeitatiou in Irelanda receives scit
,ympalhy from The Vatican. The Holy See, while 1 00 II IST M AS HAMS
sympath;zin with tihe Iris.h in !h,:ir disne.ic, de- J.-' ps. F. FLOUR
plores the excesses compromising their cause. The 0 Ils. Girnet P'OTATOE S
officer seemed particularly sutpic:ous of the court- a is. J' t n EVliit, POI'ATOES
tenance the agitation received from America, and '' ls. t i' i i eAP( f)T
expressed It: ,conviction that. it was chi, fly fostered 2I) .L. Flat La.-a IMini.:-,l:t P .A..E. for
by returned itoii- iginis frin Ame i'.a imbued \l ith Plnbtinl
revolutionary ideas. 220 ox,_.s N-w Crop' I AISIN"
ConR, Dec. 15.-A great popular demonstration 20 Tul) Faiily BUTTER
took place to-ni..hit to celehrate the victory of 20 Drum.m Halifanx ('1 ) _)FL;1
Healey and Walsh, who adildr'ss-d a large crowlv in Half 1,Iox_.s F inily C(.'iD FI!I
front of their hotel. llealey said tihe result ', f ih J H ailt' 5lli.. L,..i,,.ii P 1 '
trial would be erdlected in D)ublin int the acquittal 5 ils. If:;liftx MAC.t'KETEL
of Parnell. 1!' Half Bls. iHLlii:-x MACKEREL

LONDON, Dec. 10.-A n.ews agency states that
100 men will lstai for Dublin to-night to reinfo' e-
the Coldsticam Guards theie. A battalion of the
Scots Guards has been ordered to be ready to proe
ceed to Irel.ind on Friday.
The Executive of the Grand Orange Lodge of
Irelund, at a special meeting yesterday, adopted a
resolution to raise a fund for the purpose of pro-
viding means of protection of loyal men in iemote
The state of siege at Mr. Joues's house continues.
All furloughs to (he army in ireland have been
It is now said that a Canalian lawyer is to be
sent to Irelhind to defend the Land Leagucers.
Asft.-Surgeon Ghzirr, U. S Army, at Key West
Fla., is sick with Yellow Fever.
17 European Steaners: weie lying at Llstuon
iharves on the 9Jh inst., the largest number seen
at that city at one time.
The Paris papers say that tile succe:s of the P.n.
ama Canal Enterptise is enormous. The organiza-.
lion of the enterprise is in full swing. C
The clipping and boring of silver coin in the Uni.
ted States i sanil to amount to nearly 10 per cent
of the coin in circulation.
We are requested to inui.z- this Coirected Card
of thle Bermudia Hunt Fixtures'.-the Finish"
at Mount Langton bJing. on Wi.dne.-dy, tho 29th
instant, and not on 30th, as stated las.t. week.
Meet 3 p.m. Fiui.-.
THURSDAY, I The Yacht Club, Cl1r.,ce Hill.
23rd Dc. f Hamilton. Hill.
WEDNES'Y, The Flatts Vil- Io Ant La,,ton.
29th Dec. lage. Mount Lagtou.
TnuiRSDA., ) The Flatts Vil- fDr. Outeibtidge's
6th Jy.'Sl j lage. 1. Bailey's Bay.
APPOINTMENT.-Lieutenaunt IV. S. White to the
coimmaud of the Sparrowhawk, vice Carpeuter.
Comimissariat and Transport Staff.-Deputy-
Ac.-t.-Conmy.-Genl. W. Robinson to be Ast.-Corny.-
Geiil., to complete Etabhlisihmu-nt.

A A Suppllennent of -I Co(umnis
ancom)panies thi-, issur .f the GnazAtte." It
contains ciiimLlimentary AddrcOsss, &c., to Os-
wnld Jones;, Esqr., of Barbados, on his retire-
inrtnt froin the mni: -iugemelnt of thle Cuolonial
Bank of that Island. Fair Play" on Gov-
irnient Aqppoint.ienits; Anarchy in Iroland,

MARRIED, in Brooklyn. N.Y., on 15th instant, by
the Rev. C. A. Simsi, l). i., Mv. HENJAM.IN E. SMIrri,
of Ii-irin.uda, to 1MIS.s LAU.LTLtI'.\ A. KvLlY, uof Nassau.
DIED. in this Town, ,esltrdry morning, aller a
short ilInems, MR. JOHN II. ('AMPI'nru.. in lhIl 3".,thl
year of hi-< nae, leaving a widow, two childfroe, one lro--
ther and numerous rVilatie's ;iid friends, to hmotirn
their loss.

I'liF. UL ndlr-igned 'ver,-ener- r lqiiueI that all
ACCOUN(SN''S a:aiiist the I'.ai.hi o St.
leorgt s for 1880, be .s;ent in to theimn for settle-
iient ofn io blcfri: li- 271ti intanI, t iler which
date n notice will lie takpn of any'llills ren-
de'le againi-,t tle I';Mish afl'ure's:aid. i
Overseers of the Po.or.
St. Geoec's, I4e. 14, ISS0.

For Sale.

16/ per 100.
42 Front Street.
Ilim,ilion, Dec. 13, I38i.-2 3p

Just Received,
Pelr Ilimayl:.y" and Fh:amborough,"
AI)I ES Black Cloth JA,'K ETS
Ladies llack a,,Il fitr Nap (l.,th IDO.
Men's Melton and PiI, Clot Vdll ( I() COA'S '. .an.d Ituiber CLOTH lIN(;
"* Felt HiA-'S
lhorse RU('S Carriage DO.


P Boots & Shoes
o0 a:l izes.
Front Street.
nhiiiil-loi, Dec. 2nil,, 1880,

t 'l' th' 1. E '1 theatre, I'rn sect, on tlhe
(veninL of the 14thl; instant, A P'INK

A pply to Secreta ry R. E~. Ness, I'ospect.
11 )eemetntr ,20' I 0.h

The Bermuda B3ook and Sheet


IItIE Perinuit hBOO 1.4I 1 a IdliiLt A L lA N -
.. CKS I'(. r 1, will lie rumi), for dli%'er y
'i'( )2.l(J ROW( )'VWed ne!kay ), antd cimnlie ob-
taith dat x ',t(11VSl.6ORUE 60i1oyLi:& SONs: t.
G(e.rp'e' ; 0 V it. It. GA ', L~LOWA Cilief '. td
e ,1:o al N:1v~tlYnI arl; tti live -t-vtral C arriers
I)I Ow Ro;aI (iaze tie",;1'd i at. lthe Boyal

3 Half Dils. Pikl,-.1 IlElRINGS
10 3Box-s Crown SOAP 10 M LATtHS
.5 Half Chests O TEA
1000 Wist Ind'lia (OR)I ANGES
1 En'lih PIANO
S1 HEIFER, in Calf,
And ci Lot o,f other G'''a, lts tlha will a appearr at.
thtl- E *.
1 IHandlsome New Oil PAINTING,
30 x 441 vual .d a;t i'[0, tu be s'.ld without
P. W. WALKER. & 'CO.,

Hamilton, Dt,... 21st, IS.-0.
i- i-iii.n,,r this Auctiio n < W ,d ,sl.~oy.


.A T P U- L i A V T O N
To-morrow, W (dnesday,
22ndl Instant. ALt i2 o'cla.-k, M.
AT THr E ,P-.; POI JI1
The l .tl:i a uf Slif'htlv 'itming-d CLOTH-
ING, &e.,
C(' llsistin'' in l. ai t ,t' :--
TENTS' Black (Cloth SUITS
S(Gents' I);,anmal SUIlTS
Gents' Tw,:.-ld SUITS
iiUt iollh'et',
For Particiulrs sco. Cirncul:trs outside thu
Hamilton, Dc-.. 21st, 18Sii.



OFFEI, S 01I S( 1 .I.E,

100 Bas (c)ORNU
A i.-4.6 i ;ur b, i.
11)Y C. OW-T1RL'iDI(11 ,
Ni,. -If). ( lh:n y v l.iait e.
Ilian illon, Ile, .. P.0, i_'.).- I |,1

B)y the Hilnalaya" from L n1,!otn,
At tho Royal G.,zetti" .'t.' iioni'v r ltoi,
LET'TS' 1)IA Ill E IS 1,
A.1 V:ni(.tN\ ofl G i\MI'ES, n .n, wlich :r--
Corlnin:ition of (G:l n .e lPa'rint lingaii ulte,
St.eeplechina.-, liint Sal\ly, "'lDclinLs1, Expert
.Anugler, .1Maic .kli'tlc.s, Tarm'ate-Lr, .rgu" s
the Mianry-eycl, Jaeii the Janitor
A geiat variety of (..\MIES in Ca'd-., &e.

A Further sutpply of Birth day, C h rkt inais and
New Yu~ir

I Iflniflltot, l)Cc. -11, 03-.0J.

A U~ kintds (Jaine'] (100( D", :3W), 11111.4,ILL- B
mi, c, ijidrand n giieriil Supply di'
EXCeUlk ut GiC(JCE I II': C,(lie;IJI f'tC-i'ht :M

l'arlirttiem tS~rvei,rnuxt lielbouinirn Iluoit,..
IlIlamilion, Nov. pdil --

GIEN E.I A11, LSE El CV A 'UTI(PI .iii C oo k)
for n sirvilI family in HIamiltont. A I.'PV
Gaz.ette Ofieic.
Deccembier 20flih, 1,S0t.-'_

Just Ileceivedl,
One Lxtension Top
Park It_._,E rTO0Nl
Cal tC 0 I' Rs
Cart iwt ,e IRUG(,S and .i .l'.
1,%ItA lN FlS- Es l W\VHII-18 &c.',&C.
0OU'1E I Z B F I P G E BH11'.(')S,

11wliattlt' i, Jrtt1 IDec., I880._Q~*

Concernirtg Freight per D dispatch'
TFO IBoo adI~nz kat td.

111t Ir''i thie lpres- rt d thtno parceek orn
tatl,,r goods can lIto taketi by the StermsIamn atichI
" iep itch'' milssilic teatrtiaL'e ik Irciid, ex-
be!;iveied upon with i 51.. ICiiy.
111l-tnitt, Peh[ie., I S.S0.-*_)31)

TO~ Butilderls 1anid

'I" I"N -iEY re Iicquiied fort


111 1110 i'rectioii of' the N-v l'arKs% Chuni-]', :Lt

W or tk, In'i;C 111C .11im.I:F, ctifipvi::tia. -.

%.e\ r I' h ue fvr t'a tI ~tf~rC I

MI b~(il, bTille I'''L 'n i'1 I' h

Atedr wihaL'L'\ puN i~i A ro1 t lacr d l'ge

I6ePik,. IFb]

Byinreroffit.Y1,'N -B lil ESil",t'AISf* Gr''uL
AV.' t t~R -. HImjl ciZU OTH () 1% 1i, o
'C~. 70 1

X;. Ir.

W 1h ta mcin 7 .. iii. r

lilt "I i o~oti ~rice
At n te I i Oi AIIA FL8oCthe t. G, a ed
ilICII il ll.r -L o gOf

Oil file 12801 anid -29(11 of'

Fitt- the latrp-ae of':idiihita4 tie exhcu-t'aijio of fthat

hat tt [I;~,]'i lil lt %%:[I I elea LIE-1, r41'hmi 111sinu

it13:,in 'i %% ~ ill h 1-t :i icit-u I e-,

cat'I(-, It- I .- iin I ) ijet?.t

FOTl? !U1SlF' F MrLN1.) (LG.

W\e know',ol iino -'ra ti-~i~ eti sipi

~~OLD andl -i!w'r \WATCMI'r, CHlAINS,
~N eck lac es,) L~OUi k'-, ietSof' Jewelry,
I retr I titi: B',i' to.k21-I, e ufc 3t lorisig n-
Solid &S-ik et' 0 RN -\ M F L3Tof
evvr)y dt-S~ril-ii''n
,-'01 d "ive'Fancy I'IFCT.S lb fr

Silver l'atl 'P ci )V'S E"'~RGSE-1
Fruit, Nitn mid Jelly WI'-W!
,('ake and C:mrd Bik t; Pomp et I loidurs
I) S 4~i1 ts T ti .l .iaid .11, fs
Ice F'itch 1* t:\\artco ull 'urcelii,
Sni-ditto lil\s .he'a evl C: Slkct
Puidding yI t-;ieieS83 rv i';)lues

Iticludhi'tt .1apjiiu e, (~i'e imid I. at her GOOD l S,
F. xNS, A 1,iBUA 1ISjOz .
We cordi.ahl invite all it) call arid examinein
latir (ian'h. No tioulde to show-m.

Nt ou wallit. t m nj'.vyour Xmas
I ir.ner iitm st bus' j our Croce, ; from
'1' 17 th

N o-;.3 &. 5 (.4iten S;rvul,

.1 asl an 'i ive 1roni Newu York,
C "!iOICA, E C Fi H~V orse INADI-SII
1 idiidl1% Liio ';\113 B l''Sandl tiAN-
.1~ ~ ~B I'll"~ I 'll -I VS ("r lLN[ "
PRU'hNES and ClI 1lRON
tfl,' '%N1->4, IEM)N nd Al'll.E.S
BI.,, C'0)N at nd 'm'ahie'iIA.13'1`
It' 1 1.1 I IT -, ill y
taiir'IhiT 1% lA .4~, Ir LyP mn s.:11S It 3,v &C.
A ni l oilr thin-S to wiimaiirtott- 1 ItA'ntIi
C H EAt'1 10 "C

'17 v -(, I

I.; ~"4~ -
I ~' ~

he 1~S teP' I Ir

continflillo. thel

1-1 1 'ork,

Useful antd


eirq i to fir

1- 01;li -o ,o n il i .

11n11- 2.,vu Jvt I!ua vet-.LI tl a~ )i

% 0i (F 15 FELT' \ (1X1\i F

Ph :AtItie I ) -S I I le1K i rpvc o

Chll N1 If with Nalit's
dL~~tauil IPS Briar Bo;'t-"
\Chio'.t'c' lot. ofIP F. 1,' FU MI' Vit' Y
-~NFECUI( )N E k Y

SI ls\'U ITI .T ZI Ni)M

B F, I)T1EA I )."s ( "R III \a h STAN 1)S

G' 1-1.ItR0B' I NLSO0N.
45Is F"ulecttiliri Slull,

ACottag',- IAI_

lIt gnud Order.
Pl~z lppiv to


'J 'lIE lndvitt cId i tthl irtut, thd

1', E RLIALT (),.% to th it) Attha;t IA Soni1C x Ca3 it-s-
he hias I ecii contectad with the Ii toike- of
i~.~. 1. 0. 'Thurber & Co.1

.'%IL udurincrnitgthtlime has atteidi~d per.-,onally to
t[lie i'x(cittif 11 of lttI iialIOrders, so that lie ks
p1"ciaeticlv f,3'tiihiai' '. w id rI I I u v i.', 1 L,: o I' I sland- 111 (
inl all 1t1.11reIateh10 FIi od Vl'roducts an~d iGri,
(L..Ii es 0 e 11 cI a I '
A tly orders th: .t iahe c r~trristud LIhill) Will
lie IU:m1irFihl3' atid h't'ailiplY fiI"I'lwith the assitr.
aiice that ithev "ill tInulc a ~lt i 10advatiag'.3js
M which the Spec ial wl~e it ie; tof the M cshts. 'I lint-
bcl. eiinhle them ) t) "'We. \ tri.iI o-ialer, 1n
matter how small, mtay Irv,4idt ill irintial bettefit
ad b'~ ~e aoppreciat (I by
1, 13 El 'I' W. AlIN I CK,
With 1h..IN. &sV. I '. B.I'IUR, BlE,h:R &S. GC0.,

U-N ( I- DAY

'I' [ IlE 1I TI ''. a 1 a '-5

~ 'a~i.' L Ib-ast lttilltl:t 1)

P.*L l t i1 S i I- I II ext t t a It
I ilia, aiii hb


'I(I Ic-t\ve I h( lice fr i01-1rn !110h


Somre of' tihe fN I [CC! j I IiN{~

Stlt '. a I I d R 1 1 r 1 Il\'~*
2 11 Fi 'N Al"I 1 1 IN
I cI I 1 .1 WA 1.NiiI'- Pe.,N U1'.-
CATI'lt N:' and O:11 l (jhitiI, I a -E '
(01%' ANC I-I'S atiald LA.:A"IN S
sI:in lI )Pta~a-' II rr

llItl"':, BAC'ON aIt :-'I UL 1 '.IN,:45
Hal BmlliirAs Th-ice FI('1,1 f
[i:1i'Iarums he'1 wdand CII Ldt .t -Silt; 10),

(\''I 10) NS
An ml 'lfall BoIxes GuldicalI `P0-
13 \_.CUC, Pckt-Cl11t iI-4, cheapLj

;t'i. 7 id > Frnajt "411eelI.
I Ill V'(,SD(' -2 1 ,/

i~ ece~ reci,

p) -1, jI'. NS ihiE D x T 1-

'1, LN I V'S 1P1-t ANS A 1, ION DS

Nl's. li,&,12 Queen it.

Comraer aof t-ut.v'111 at1Ri i1Streets,
H as INCCkVcI vel 1). cent A rivals,
P, Choj':j Sn~1cction of

P~l I' II-f V..(A ,-I HAM ROIL4-,

Xmnas AmF N ~ear Clards

a d .ls .Z J 0 .L E .. RS
At their Store, Salt 2tettle,
V.\.-1.1. AS'OI1TM1ENT

F "miy Groceries,
Just arrived per "' Iiiinlburuugh"
Flion; N ;'.- Yoi k.

i ()&iiS K & K EMP E.
.sall '.,ille, Dec. "'. !., i h 0.- !

hiristinas Presents.
;... g -.l E'.' G s TS.

Fli'' I', :n cCti nii ol ilthe i nui o.,s nati-
e C-,s av- v. :-.l a s.uitall(d rar C, aistmas
l:re e tie, tlh'e ii, li v. ill r'.adi;y ;at itt th t none
air>e' ;, ii .-f!'lt :n., ;ithii .i, 'i tf.r Se-. !ian a those
< l; .'-,i Bly t ,: ili ,,i':'!i.ig ic i. v iz :

V\'iI 10VeI'r ,.34M) F1i0 -.crilpture ll' u -lrations.
An 'Elogant Family IEGISTERL
:nlt Al \l\ !;I \E ;', (CIh'I'FIC VT'E1
A3 B P!l',!- 1; I'iONA RY, &c., &e.
A Prriz, ,of .$500 is oilr-.',:d 1by the National
Pui,i''I ( 'o. to any PliiIullisher \Iho can pro-
dlute ;:1: lii 'v.t-11 liiu!hed! Bibl-s ait .uchi small
J" ices.

'fl'ie EF'.;Ii.','"T'N Ilid and T'radle
olvisf i rMS .IfICIII.YVEN
\\'Which tiave it) superior ia (ialilt nor cqual/I low
in pri u. in Bfermuda.
' AMclhines are wart anted to give satis-
.JOIN 11. 'T. J.1CKSON.
0Oposite Post Olliee, Ilamilton.
Deec.iler 21 t, IS'-.

S, t. G'eorge's Botel,

St. George's, Bernmuda.

f Stt s DUImn, i'roj'ielor.

latlie.s aind (Geniithimen visiting St. George's
\\ill fit I suip.ii.,r :necounm od.itioii at this Ilotel.
I lecemni er Ct') li li .-- l:;u

EWE H.' ti.\lf~i N, ISLLl Deer 1980.
A\im S flu rri)%' h I If I hI I v tI N 1I, I 1 I l Benedict,
'II l ido Ir J hlla' fed, Licun Chlilnacis, RA Brig
"~ ~ I'Dtl s' a~ er~shialls, IR
ELMi, %''III Por-. ir, .1 Franck~, Jas Funhir, S I11I lol..
crook, C WV F' I he; W B Jentiairup, Giterino
1.1" ,It:Al ilt~lr.]Le-1a.,la l Jieiltrtdg.e, D.,iaal ~
ijuti-ibridr' A .if U .Jav jI i o......, I~.' I

"luuk S% WI '~i "w, Scujati Tuekur, Win i1-1
Tuccr RThU110-il I'll d Johni Tuzj, Jogephl
I IWi 1 asA bertYou v.i', JohnII l'unij'.
VIiiCH, S 1'. ( Etjl,' L'S, Dec. '210, 1880.
l'r~atk IF .; 1ic'', vJ I'"LF Dahl:ou f u, Joaqu iinm
Ml enid'IaZ, I a' ics I) I'cz, s 1i, .Jr, W\I~I L .'rai L, J tttl,
'Fia [r'u, (t. David's.), jdatt'. I'
g i, hd'%-. 't u u, (ii e .vdl \riilhcry.)

A ~ ~ I
.~, K


Pro:- ,""' of th'L.* LcI'ativ2" C" itiI

.', ., ..1,;. -, j'.,,...-.: -.,, 1 u.--. a uatr, to ,i-
joilurntn.n:, the li ao met.
S'rose.'!---His Honor Rees, Chief Justicn.
P resident:
Tie r Honorable A. J. Mussor,
Wmn. H.Onsling,
S .lamis H1. Trimingham,
Euzcniuq Harvey,
'Joseph IH. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. cenl.,
R.E. Webstcr, Col. 'Secy,
The three il!.oiii:n 1ills wore brought up from
tie House of As.sembly and severally rpa1l a first
time :-..
A Pili entitled An Act regulating Qut.ran-
.. P.ill on:ii:d *.n A.ct in addition tic In) e Act
t-) oC :k,-, pr,'-i:,;r for the apprehen-ion !f D )..peit.
er. hc.-m -..,i0,gj Vehseis,"
A Bill c.rditied "An Act for the further protec-
tion and pze-orvation of small Birds."
The six following Re.olves were also brought np
from the House of .4^sembiv and .'er-r3lly read a
i 's1. t i :o :1--
A l"e.olve provide. c.taina s ems for ithe rec-
lion of a Clock Tower, &c., on the Southern iront
of the Seiious' H-ouse,t
A Resolve providing for the cost of transcribing
an,] printing Auieuten Jourrnal of the House of
A Resolve providiag the sum of 15 for pur-
chase of a boat for use ot th.. Bridge Keeper at the
A. Reso!ve providing tb', sun of .L)0 for defrnay-
in'., co4. of Nk xpinG, ., Pilt.e'o Iu ys arn,1 ea-
0 rIs,
A Resolve providing the sum of 20 for the pur.
chase of a boat with oars, &c., for public use at the
Quarantine Establishment at Nonsuch Island,
A, Resolve granting thec sum of 60 for 'he gen-
eral purposes of the iB'rmuda Library.
The Eill entitled "i"Ph C'ensus Act, 1%0," and
the Resolve bor paying the asun of 19 1811 to Mr.
Johnr1 H. JaCeLon, beiii, dat v paid by him on Mla-
Cilinery iipo;'te;1 f"r Ip rp..?:,. of a Stir.nm :a w Mi!l,
were severally read the third time and passed, and
ordered to be laid before Hi E:xcellency th, 'ov-
e1 nor by the H-Ion. b. E. Webster.
.The Rule a1 to sevr-rai readings of Bills and Re-
solutions on the saume d a y having boeon suspended
by unanimous onseta, L'eL Resolve ;raEting the
sum of 0) for the general purposes ol the Bermu-
da Libiari, war read the second time
The i:House went into Committee thereon.
'I be lion. J. H. Triminigham in the Chair.
The Cormniitec rose.
The ilouze resumed.
Tb Chairmian reported the hlesolre without
The House adopted the Report, and the standing
Rule having been again suspended by unanimious
consent, ihe said Resolve was then rend the third
time and passed, and ordered to be laid before
His Excellency the Governor by the Honomable
R. E. Webster.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 17th instant, at
11-30, a.m.

R, IH. Duerdeni
At the Warehouse lately occupied
by Mr. Henry Darrell.

R H. Duerden having received a
pa'tol'f his DY G000 )S from EnEg-
lanud via New York, will offer them for sale from
this day, TUESDAY, 30th November, 1880, at
extremely low rates,among which will be found
A DIES Fashionable JACKETS
Straw HATS Gents & Children's HATS
And many other Goods.
Please to no ice that Mr. Duerdn liia.s receiv-
ed only a very ,maill portion of his Good::, lhe
bulk o! I-mn arc. .xpe ted in (ho teamier iini-.
siaya in about ia s'c ek. of u which d1eo notice v,.'li!l
be given.
No trouble to shtw the Goods to every one
that will t'wvo; lni with a call,
.R. H. DULRi...
N.!emi'er r9, 18bco

IMVrs B rt1oii, 11
&.~~~~~~ ~ fj ~ ..A JU J


of Music and
from London,

Gives Private Lessonsat tier llomae or Pupils!
Terms Moderate.
E .:ingi, r ti: r.t ltenided as Piarite u iih ,,u:
wiLio tuL oth Ir lustruni cuts (as desiUred.)
Fur Terms, &c., apply to
.BAND MASTER BURTON, 99th Regt., North
D. comnl r 72h, )SSO.-3or

s PE[

L '.4a .,.'2 -,:--
s&-A--!Se, e5,

Direct J)6uthly Sleam Cen'.aaiti? .

calin baewcLh,

JBci aWidt & London

ST'E uEFRS leave L) doun the last 'i'hursdm.y
in e ehi mitui.
i i \n'F .INS ,.S CO., Commu .s;m1 '.e,-
Shants LoAdon. execute indents i'or ever;vy d. ---
S'.ipus oi Goodsi lot shipment by hese iStia:-
i i SL i:I .:'.ua ket iiatei sevurc' d l ot cjsto).-ti'i-
.1: t ssil ,' !'i' rn ldi: P'roidirt.','.
F t ',ei. t, Pai.'si 'e, a.1 h .!i i.L o aCii onL r.
; i'id1' tiu
i, P A'F .IN'.S C, ,Io
Agents f.,r Stamineos, lamirnito
,lu.ln ;, i,.* {_.- .2 11

C ','i S ,i. <,' >S'aui i :. O ,', c.s lor rioe J'irlou,,l,
serving in IBcrmnda." At .vay:tl
(,tz,. ti c" Stationery Stort.
s mtm .,l Dec. 1 4th, 1., 0




S8s. 'ec ,fr

ar i

;0 j

So -. t

Ssm-, Dvopsy,
Ca p .Diswse,
Biit, s Css, c..o.:.j s "~D bi,:li, etc.
ThIe oQ PM3 DY 'ZTOW IT to MIan!I

1C "' i 12 u 9rt W r a' t j .

.itomt'd.c IIf th"' nt,ii f..' ti tiiken Sit.edl.
;tely titer' c-atl i.rthr-.:ml'ztaton ofL'oerood
I a'ic-t usiron the JLiver.
i :.i w t ii0tl ti ? tl i
.t P'rlil-' tth'" tNl]etI'.
I( ,; ;_: =..' Shea Nf T'.j.'. ,-Iy_ i.
it ': '," ot-.._,. kt-wfl.- .5 .at.

i; ^ i l a-. ll 1A: r 1 .I -
"it \ i I,- itnk >.ii'-r i ,t I;It i.. i-'." r-'. Ii
it u ,1- ta k... th it, '- i '. I .. I..; i i j
J,r '.. .-
TGI, os i.,, ''>-ili '2i I, 3SO.
Dr- C!ark Johns,',. "
D i" R SIP,- \Vhen v'sitI. a dr rllii, I'at',rv la-t
autaum i sftteri nI' inii a I':uaful p ;' in the
face a'] he"ad--tihe )iy .i'in call it neumrah:',;]
when you recornmmei'iisu-l rin it Ivv vou INDI N
BLOOD SYRUP I had no faith in itI, hut in lert] I
received such a ienemeit. from iL ihat i la,:r siac rc-
comminended it to several who were sfi'ert,_, ns I
was, and with a good result, and I cannot I. t Ihis
opportunity of your second visit to this city go
by without thanking you very much for recommend
ing me to try the INDIAN B131.OO) SYRUP.
Yours ve-ly Lruly,
CEO, LO'ELYS, lirer mrchl-.nt,
'50) Simcor Str-et.
ToRONTO, APiril 21st, ISS0.
Dr. 'lark Jobhnso :
Dear Sir,-I hIi'e 1.d2 a pai, in the u oifl of rrms
[lack, ,also lhiroulh m y IurIIn and shlouldei- ai;r mor-e
than three years : I i" a.'o hid liver' co';ip!a inrl
anrd lyspepsia. I haeI iedi doctors' and other mre-
dicinm ', ut never rcc-ivrd :o-,l re liel ii:tili n;i atic-n-
tion was called to your valuatbih INDAN BILuOD.
PURIFIER; ,after it.- use short time, I can say
that I have fit bb'tter andl more able to d6 my wvcrk
ml au I have lfr the last !woe e:ri- s.
-. G. AMEY,
i Rirchio.nd Stree'., \ :est.
I was trubl'J 'l, ;i. ; ds rr E-igc:emir. of d .i ,crt v'i'n
:;'tslemu, I wcS altl'.,i i rtii h Ou' it. I,, tl, *,
lo e t:,i. i th ; rt ,.: ,-.'i ., rt;i rv, but r.:'.:sir,'Jd n,
relic-t. Your IND Lxr- i O. [D : 1i T P ro.t-...!.
mn< -, .nC.., I rr:Jl, ,],-, !:o" t ink :,,,v on,> ir :!-
healii tiru t. cam fil .,- teciue -_reat 'len: h;.
Smithiitld. Norithi ;.',: O.- '.

Li"'Ti i,,i\"-
P' u !t.-, .'i" n: C.' '.S.
Dear Sir,--I ha.'' i-:.j yo.'ur excd.t i,' INDIAN
BLOOD SYI9UP fr '.,t.r .,_niy !ir., aSn; thP-t re-
toived great benefit hertuir.,o cm n recommended! it
to a! 5!''nu l r-.
it M. -,. L' >N.\LL'.

SVETl-ovRT. Lte .- C' ,, C .A. ;.. '9 I 879.
D -er Sir,- 1 ha oe l>::r suieri., for y" r--r vi'.h
Dyspepi'.ia and Irigets ior,' 'aid IVcir ',y ,' '...., ,laiit.
; have tried a gtet ii m;yi i- isrd',':, but V.',I but
effect, I becarni vory .:i.,d eoi. could t .'' i V
bed. I sent to your a & rnt, WV illia-r L-ir-, .,r L bt.
lie of your INDIAm BLOOD SYRUP and do not
hesitate to say that it savtd my life I ao com.-
pletely cured, and fe! hko a newv man. L-',t week
my sonis was taken irck ,i! t.r.i. L. :id.a-im, aniJ a
few dos.n. of ryou v,i!d i5a men,'dicine c u:ed him.
DfiO r.: -;- Es .ii I ''A. )J *' 'i-).
I chai .'.t -' s i -- c-n;*' t (' ji. tar
IN "! "t i t i T d .'.. : "'. !." ; '.,:. L ui,_!,' r,. ha.
coun lm it (t lti,..
.'. i: .' N iE.

Stt !'H Ii 1 i !t i' -!1.
a:/L f !,--L. t"T l I c L!'i 'iV i, t, I ,,'.- .t II
ts.r .-.i'i : O ; ur 'NLV iAN 13 OPL '-'- g: 'P t !.,
m' ,J' il.' i a"t I ehv'.' evi r it iL i. I -1-'l i.i
aid !Ic .'tu- !to'i. I 'vo'uld adi'.' e anil :' ..i-. 1
it 11 :) L i K ; <

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K- ',,i,., L ; .. ,' ', .. *. .

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S .- r .
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tor Sale.
The LUniersi nl, ui h!:s

tp-oI'l Ill-


The Followin, Vizt :-

f 1 MARE,

Is Quiet in
i, 3I1

T n Evcellent Condition,
Carriage, Cart, or iuder Saddle
'--' '- 9

-_ .,ipO,,ed to be in Calf
1 CARRIAGE, (1 wheels) withL Lamups,
Pole,. ,e. Complete
I CART' (f.ur whee-s) a very excellent
and useful Art icl.:,!
A fair Redimetion will be made to a, Pnr-
chaser of the- M'are and Carrina..-.
St. George'-, -2nd N.:Nv., 1:.0O
I \I'' In U.%i'b,' uppii.A romrn .ym r G(roce'r
Sixth Scx :'elt 'fall iliutter ni, l pi Cof'-
'ees ;m l 'i : I'. ll at I- 1 .' i ,, I,.. l'a '"ti

I'.hrliia ent '., n''\t :''! l'o, uriit loin.e. !
I.,:1nlion, Nov. ,3, tl I1 .-i 1-,]

lle oval.

Vjll E Unrdersigned inf rmns the liila!bitauts of
.%So 3mii'rset 1 'arish a',,I the Public generally
tlhIat le htins

from Mr. i-i...'l Brdeen's resi.lence to his new
Building M 'TE C(li.'i'V," nair Misonic
Lodge, Mai I-- v :y, v'. -eir he vi-ie Profe,-
Si ,mnally ever;' Fri d .
.Also, takes- tlhi ov'.runiit' I of rltuirnii2 his
granteful ihani. in t:i os ,. I, li have Lindll p'it-
roniized hlii:, : ndl rust-. :hat tlhe wtil ,iv'e him
a cal! at i -.. ik i ', i, >re lit y will see that
lie halis tl;'- to t',coui ,heir liberal sul'p',rt.
W. 0. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
F. A. A., I). S.
S.otie Crity, Soimerset.
SSe,t. -:', Ir.i" .

Theodore Outer'brid, e,
D. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid .'-tree, lannilton,
adjoining Arni y Pay O(lice.
Office Hours-S to t10 .m. ; 3 to 6 p.m.
\\'ill Visit St. Georges Professionally
Office at Mr. Geirge 3puilings, Mlarlet Squaru'
lIntilton, November 8, 1880.

e~ 4T9


*19' t' "Wi

9,,3 INTS, (C,:I, VA-i.NiSilES, GLASS
Pi['UTTi, EIi;.m !StS, &Se., &c.
LvIry des:-. option off ;LI.)lt 1 made ready fo

a. i.. i'FV.~1 N:V takes thii pprtutimy to thank
the i[ullic ii r:enei ii fir their li .'r,.-:l | tro ln ao
.:wl w'l endoav,'our (as in thl Ii.- 1-t so ii theo
(uture), to lt'i.-it thlir co titinu.;J l'avurms.
14 Qu en :'tr. el, It!niillon, (
-' [* ir i. -. ., i o .. .

'C' 5~ ~A' W(? 4

ff4CM S ~IL.

H EtItbveC% WA .I'C E for bot h
i: itdie.: ;.nd GC itiewIs ie are kept. co.ns.Lintly
cin ihamni by the niidersii';tnel : Ain, _'i'r:rdo. ov;'e-
tlienlt not in0 Siock \i! Let fiurisiied at thOe
;* ui:f t!;>:r'- liis pml ime'. .\!ko, r ake 1 o orderly
'an';", tyle of Case th .s.'t, Alonoogramn, 'e,,
e "riai ed.
[Uet;:'.'miber i. n,nihr.i.'i .n W'o aI tch r','e ived
the (o'd "e' the I;+e Pair> i itiiom.

i iro *'l re v: i 1 ; ; i l a ..
i fit! .C. 7 *

G ,'-..t pr,.r'. rI i.N b IL I i t in e itii ;n a *,
-.,r. in '.i:i.Liactuirin.' I'.. pr'uIuct., a d th"
rIl.ui .I *imi '. lity has ,'. nI''d to a pit in
-,:uni ld th t i l ich ori i ly i .l;t.iin. !. V e' c'l.ii i,
th:it t!i has, ti ,it t.,uiiIl' .,b, ex[,i hit, bet'li diiI
it) 'J li i' 't- c '. P li ? .L3 ...t 4 St :i1.:;. '.tt tti 'C.'s itl
al> il> s in l itr. wl rli Jin 'hi.-" lin: t, Mwe tii h_.l it
111 inrlt.'i' t 11 t" I-aImIm .-IItLIrVC.V '.-IiI' PLiti1: ;I'11 1 \'iWIu L -
.*J-i'E 'L O. i, ; iid L'k Etil ii in a l,\I l :lad :ttt",'.c-
liVe ,i.i .T-r. All u'1,;i. i' ij t. i g ni1 o uI 1 '. .' irt'e
h5l..,li:-itwd u. K l t t Ip'':;. im- ,i'rility, a:ni l du alers
,,r! a. ltl .. i r : .j !i i t l| I th I IIp I': u jiric.e inll
t'"', C .'i -A 1. !! I ? itld.4 i l'.'*(i i t If'Vt (.'.1- .2 io 2 11 ':-
t.,ia:.'oIui. L i',, tlieeiW'ro, to ;he i;'rm-'.'st ul bIubl
,l,-ali,., .u'.; cus.:t,; m,_.i. u T !iU t. E!_1, .-,_
kit zD.S.
i L', i Fi t ,, i ( .,
S' u!i V ',' ;,., l .I -

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+. d ,J ."-- u-i^ -
s 1 *}u on ., .0 r> nr e t, t .<..[ -

N. J. DAR1I E1,L.
: 1in 1t's Paiislh, N'v. 15, 1 80.,

\Vi"-l..LES\L 4. g."i .\lL


FE:nglish and American Grods,
Nof. D \\V't Front Street, Hamilton.

SFK your Grocer fur A. E. WHY LANDI'S

CorBner of Vorlk Siree.t tuld lInarket

E very attention ,iveii to the aeomodation and
co0iifurt o' lioat der1s.
November ihi, 1S0.- y

A'LI, who wish to have their
lilli.-i lltcni -il, [nhth T'F lbs, \\'indowq,
Brassi \\W'ui an M 'lood WVork CiG:in anid
Bri ght
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polls/in.-

Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
11. K. & F. B. THLIURBER & CO.,


Ice!! Ice! !!

The Subscribers are-now prepared
to Furnishf

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

Be 'nt da Hotel.

-- 'I

P20P?42 r 0 2,
.' est Water St., ;'. tireorge's, Bermuda.

Every acconimod:ttiorl and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarder.s andI ''ran;ieint Guests.
Luncheon provided at the sliortest notice.
September 29th, 1-l'0.--6m1

LA RRA E E'S W\Vorld-Renowned
1ANOYT 39OtflT:
In Tins and per lb., always Fresh at (lie Prin-
cipal Depot.
It R'EC11T,
Palliam,ent St next Melbou rne lHouse.
Hm; ilil, Nov. .0!h, 1 8-. --2i pd

r o Let.

*' ,., a..d &L^ .-" A

Q.u,.,en, H:niilto,,, with STABIES,,
'iT Ji'l' i .i &0,

S.ppiL .')
M. S. HUN'I'
Hila iltoni.

*" \st i 'i ,.
E. F,: S r f vin ETi : H:A 511A I toN.
Ls-r f .

7- 50 - --- --- -
Robt. Lee & (Jo.,
C o sti2cot ' "-ch t .
rind 1L'SU!RA 'C- Iil? OKE'S,
Id L..';ai( snill Street:,
Ar- ,''i I .LVyIS,
L<: )ON, E. C
I'ers mn;ml attetilion give, to, Co, siimImimeilts of
lKennnda I'i OiUC ;antI thle illing of [er-
mldiami O1 del s.
April: 13, 1i '0.

11 the Royal Gazel!e Stationei y
Stort ,
( : iti.b o tl :r X iu;( i:i. Ncw \'v ;ir i'.s .'tis)
p X:NIV i -. I,. % i a-\:r .>i
:.,..i iI 'I'. V '; l 'a p t:r 1 '. 3
l'.t "I .t s it ji'ell i 1'" -i' r 'clls
-'.t i'. n fe, F .ik and --poo-i
gs :.ii Cor ci'-;c c Clovo Ilooks
(.'ird Lc';ta s Letter Cas,.ei i3outters
t-L, [,a> es Br'u kct. rull' ,oXes
I inu t it.i ', &e., in variety Climai \'a es
( .. i '. t :i. 'Oi i I'. o
i ..' e T' i ..: l.f. t te. s ure:s :id1:l 1ig;
cc, &A ., c:',

(tf Chris'mit, New Year anl Birthld;iy

Hamilton, Dec. 14, 188 .


AL 'rE 01F A TEM E R &
Bermuda and Nassau, N.MP.

Is lIPPiER[S are informed that it is intended
to despatch Steamships from the (Eastern)
London Pocks for (he above ports as under:
Steamers. Tons. Londop. Dartinouth.
" Solway," 79)2 ith Ocr. 7th Ocir.
" Himalaya" 803 17th Novr. 18th Novr.
' .ol'ry" '70 2Q)nd )Dec. 23rd Deer.
P. TKIJ .S 34 CO.,
Septemlior 30th, ISSO.-3&i


United States .lail Steamers.


N EVAD \ sails Tuesday Nov. 30), at 2-30 p.m.
AIIYSSINIA sail Tuesd:iy Dec. 7, at 930 a.m.
WISCONSI N sails Tuesday iDec. 14, at 2-30
Al IZONA sails ruesda i ee. 21, at 8-30 a.m.
WYOMI N ; sai '' ue sdz1 y Dee. 2.A, at2 -30 p.m.
T'he anbve Steamers are built expressly ior
the Trade, have five watertiglit bnlkhead.M, and
carry experienced! OTfiers, Surgeons and Steat -
ardesses. 'lne STlonl Aecominiodat.ionsare un-
surpassed by any Atlantie Slteamers, and the
State tRooms arn on :nai1n leek openift into .the
saloon, thim secuinng that grent comfort in
ocean travel, jrfrcl ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on'
eo:eh Steamer.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda' from ier-
muda, 'Thursdaysi generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and l'assengers' bag,-rge can lie
transferred direct ta the Liverpool Steanecr-sail-
iig next day.
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Nov. 18, 1S80.



And CARRIAGES for Hire
at all hours and nt reasonable l{ates by

No. 11 Court St.
Ilumilion, Nov. *23, I^siO.-tr.

Horse, Carriage V Cart
FOR Itnu ai.
E Uidersimned having resumed Business
at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Sireetl, near IHamilton Hotel, takes
tiis method of thanking his friends and the pulb-
lie g, uerally for patt I'.ivo rs, and lumbltv soli-
cits a continuance of same. I
January 6, l&I).
i AL Good (ocers k.p A. E. W'HYL IND'S
S, Celebrated SOAM.!%.

I'rOffI'C IaD1Si DfFvi lIRE
Can ie obtained frban the
of London,
F Oui' of the longest '-.stablished and Wealthies
O(iitcec iii Great Britain.
Through the BR INCIt .OFPICE in these
!sl:inds, a-. having is efteeted to the Irrsured
I the Stump Duly, at veiy considerable item.
H IN,'S taken both on HEAl. and PERSONAL
I' I'ER'I'Y for 3, 6J or. It' m, oullis.
No FEES and no CiA'ItGEL for Policies.

tl.:ii;.lt.n, September 9th, 1856.

.. -- 'e

Ss. sets.

T. 7i 7 3 -1 59 2 1 .6
*-1 Fri 7 35 0 3. I 54 Eng'. MAll. th du
'25 Sat 7 3 5 I24 '2 42 Christmas 9 ay
2 ta 7 4 5 1 25 :3' 30 I t 'Crist a*
F7 Mo 7 4 5o '. 26 13 St. John Evar.geliht
St. Stephen.
* La-it Qrtr. 24 day, 2 hour, 3' minutes, p nM.

iTu i: 1BErIMUDA R aj' S. G-'r rr is pubi.-(lt d
evcry Tuesday by' L'oNtkL; Ml'PIer. .EE,
in';-e(r to thie Queen'- ?dost 'Ercellent
M jujsty,
SNorth.i-, .:* C of reid a:d Bairnal.y Yt.'ciLts,
1i; lll O '.
r'in-t-" Bi~la ks, H".r!d-bilhs, tc., will be
i u'iAd at tihe s'u,:test notice Arent
,.t Si. Georges ior tho Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. G'EOnGE BOYLE & SON, West l'nd,
lWater Street.


Supplement to Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, December 21st, 1880.

The Re ) tirement of Mr. Oswald Jones.
(From tthe Barbadoes West Indian Oct., 1st and 8th)
The following address was presented this after-
noon to Mr. Oswald Jones, at his residence Stock-
ton," by several of the Merchants and Planters.
'We understand there were upwards of sixty
ignatmues to the Address, and these did not repre-
sent the whole number of those who have contri-
buted to the intended Testimonial:-
B-repADO, lest October, 1SS0.
SrR.-Wc, the Merchants and Planters of Barba-
dos, cannot allow you to retire from the manage-
ment of the Colonial Bank, without expressing our
regret by should have thought it desirable, at so
oomparat lively an early period of life, to close your
connecti.,i with that establishment.
The courtesy and kindness that we have, on all
occasions, received at your hands during your long
management of thi? Branch of the Bank, extending
we believe, over nearly twelve years, will ever be
remembered by us, and as we are desirous that you
should have some substantial token of the great re-
gard we entertain for you, we have sent to Eng-
land for a piece of Plate which will be inscribed
with words, that will testify to you and yours the
high opinion in which you are held, and the friend-
ly feelings towards yon, with which we are im-
We are, dear Sir,
Yours faithfully,
(Here follow the signatures.)
Barbados, Sth Oct., 18S0.
Gentl'rnen,-I have to tender you my warmest
thanks fLr youri very kind Address, signed as it is,
by so mnuiy of rmy friends. This Address, together
with the highly valuable Testimonial you purpose
presenting to me, is most gratifying, ex-
press my sincere appreciation of the generous and
handsome mannerin which you have testified your
recognition of our long business connection.
During the time of my management of the Branch
of the Bank here, I have endeavoured in our busi-
ness iuterc'ourse to carry out, so far as it was prac-
ticable, all rnmtt',rs which tended to our mutual in-
terests, and your present address shews me how
generously you acknowledge the endeavours, inade-
quate though they may have been.
On reticiug from the service of the Bank, I can-
not do so without referring to the consideration
which I.3-s -t %ll times been accorded me, and I
now a-ain thank -cou for your kind expressions and
substantial token of your esteem, which will al-
ways be rewarded by me and my family with feel-
ings of piide and pleasure.
Wishing you all happiness and prosperity,
I am, Gentlemen,
Yours very sincerely,
To The Hon'ble. W. H. JoNTEs. W. P. LEAcOCEr9
E. G. Louis. J. G. AUSTIN-, Jr., S. N. COLLYMORE-
A.J. Pi.i-, W. D. SPENCER, GEz. A. SE.ULY, Esqrs.,
and others.

The following correspondence relates to the re-
tireme'rt i:.f .:. O.-;rald Jones, from the service of
the Colonial Bank.
1"" P;op-'rate St., Within., E.C.,
London, 14 Mlay, 180.
OswALD JONE3, Esq.
Dear lir,-T have now to acknowledge receipt of
your letter of the 27th ?March, tendering the resig-
nation A.f appointment as the Manager of the
Babade.-. Bcu-., and I amr to convey to you the
followin- r-opyy of the R.-:solution passed at the-
Meetiun of the Cuurt on 6th instant.
SThe:C ign.u-l' of Mr. Oswald Jones, Manager
itf the B.i::-:,.1 Branch, was accepted by the Court
with i .o '3 _:. _, viil.-t. at Le .Lsaie time th-v
congratu:iteo hiii upon the circumstances under
whi-i:h :- .: ft'i the serve of the Ba:nk.
The Con"t f- I thIat in Mr Jones, the Bank loses
tihe a ... i ovf1 '.1:r( wvho has ulost c-on-
:-inti '.- '. r' i i. vi ni s drtti's, :i,! de-
vote:.d Li- .. :'' to t!i:- ervic'e of the Bank,
duwiiiu i'. : period of 31, years.
Th i. aind Deputy- C"hairman were re- r
;uesh:.,e t ,*: -t i pi 'ce o P'late to b.e pr..:seuted to
.t[ -' T *r -nio',i :l, w ith a .-'itr-1l.. ins:-rip-
I m ', -ve" to you the l.,dt wi'-.ies of the.
Curt fir yo;u f..ure; ]:e-ilth an, happines.s.
A !:,w. ,, '-.: r,. \ 1 mny pe'"o,_,-:. -gl r.. *.t at losint.g
:is & B-,',k .'.'...i-: ':,.' In ev,-''y wa'y, s'l worthiy of
regal0.. .u, .,: e.--t'ce y,:,u ,tf my best wishes that
,ou niat' lii--. ".L i i ti.e .njo',,yment of a happy re-.

Barbados, Sthi Jui'je, 1 'S).
?:.e.;';i ari'y CU ..ui! Bank,
Lon don.
D '?:I''" .---'[ }. ,'>- r:,--i'._i,,ed v.:ur letter of l lth
'ultimo. L :. -,":- ;!..: ,:i,, y n, :. f : Kes-,lutin pai.-s-?l
l-,v f ,'-- ci:'' ,: fs f-". ..t lieu'
,t(?.'lptii'..'.:.r ,"1 ...-I-' :ltlifl1 ',i t ie Haiu'ti. S 4rvi.'-e.
T'][,; -r :. ,! .' ; .-.:,:ir 1 n-'-.,l2 1,7 thi, C.,' tct in]

tLis .. 9- :]",.; : .; ,i- .,*:* v,,IdJ !.'y In : : 1 .t f, 1 .1': f,'L1 y,
:'ud th, r ;:,:.. r !;, wvii':i: ttiy i i,' 'piose to perpe-
ti:a. 'i tn i: ti,-u ':' ry .. i,:e -, by prese.' t-a
i -- tee *' ; r.. :. ',f I'ir;,- ; ,-as a T" .ithuonirn!, ha'.
-my Sin. n :..i. ad 'viill al wa-v' I b- a s:iiuree of
cnuc.h .. -' i : to U '1 1.n ry T ily.n
On t.,-'i- !:'. f t h:e Di t'tour.;, permit me to
cii.r:: I .. ; i. ', n I to express my
e.rnr t * '. i r. ity of the Bank.
For ~. '. r> r.1- eX'ssions contained i U
this let:.". .n .. for many acts of courtesy and
c-eonide -:i : '. p. -'t, I now offr you mvy best

Letar Sir,
'ou'rs very faithfully,
Barbados, 30th September, 1SSO.
Superintendents Department.
Dear,-Tl:- Directors have sent, me the Tes-
timonial voted to you on the occasion of your
retirement from the Bank's service.
The Directors write me as follows:-
"It. is. the ii-. 1! of the Court that you should
kindly ur..'i--tk.? to make presentation in such
manner at will be most agreeable to Mr. Jones,
and will ,it tliv :ame time mark the Court's appre-
ciation of his lhigh character and of his devotion to
the BaLk ..aing Lis long service."
I need not, say that I hand you this Testimonial
with feeliourg of much gratification. It is a great
pleasure to -':.' to see this honor done to you, and
from our lohig connection in the service of the
Bank, yoni will unt regard altogether with indifter-
ence n,y acVddiirn that I think you richly merit it.
It only remained for me to wish you much hap-
piness in your retirement, and I would fain, hope
that our ofli-ial intercourse may afford you recol-
l,''t.Aioriz cf acI,;,.r nt pn ih rtner.-

Barbados, 30th September, 1880.
General Superiutendent,
Colonial Bank.
Dear Sir,-I have to acknowledge the receipt of
your letter informing me that the Testimonial voted
to me by the Directors on the occasoin of my re-
tirement from the Bank's service has been sent to
you for presentation.
Your kind expressions contained in this letter-
on presenting the Testimonial are most gratifying
and for them I tender you my best thanks.
The many years of our official association cannot
do otherwise than leave those pleasurable recollec-
tions for which you express a hope.
The Testimonial will be a much valued possessi-
on, and a lasting remembrance of my long connec-
tion with the Bank.
I am
Yours faithfully,
The Testimonial consists of a Silver Salver and
Tankard, and bears the following inscription :
"Presented to OSWALD JONES, Esq., by the Court
of Directors of the Colonial Bank, as a Testimonial
upon his resignation after a long and faithful ser-
vice of 36 yea 8-the last twelve years as manager
of their Barbados branch."- June 1880.

For the Royal Gazette.
MR1. EDITOR,-Will you permit me to say a few
words in reply to the Colonist ofl 8th inst., upon the
subject of appointments by the Governor to Public
Offices ? The remarks as to the House of Assembly
in its shortsighted and penurious action in respect of
Public Officers generally, and of the Surveyor Gene-
ral in particular," are quite correct, and therelbre I
cannot see with what grace the House can complain
of the recent appointment, which might be said to be
the result of their own conduct. The Governor is in
duty bound so exercise his own judgment as to com-
petency-the otlice to which he has made this tem-
porary appointment is one needing the skill and ex-
perience of an engineer, and being an educated en.
gineer himself is it to be wondered at that he should
decline appointing one vwho has not beeh educated in
that line to carry on the important works now await.
ing action ? viz., the new Gaol, the Clock Tower, the
Caus.-way Bridge, and several new roads. This is
no slur upon the Colony, but if so construed by a few,
the House arc- to be thanked for it, and not the Gov-
ernor, because they have invariably refused to aid in
qualifying one of our own young men to succeed to
that office, and n ho '!ou.tle,.s would have been glad
to commence with the salary last voted of '2_1) per
annum. One would suppose from the Colonisrs ar-
ticle that there had been a number of applicants for
the vacancy, but this is not so. Upon enquiry I
Icarn that .nly two ol .,u own people, prieni! :d them.
selves as feeling competent for its requirements.
Doubtless they are equal to many of the duties, but
would have to be educated to some of the most scien-
tific, and the Colony cannot afford to await their ex.
peliei,;c. It shou Lh bLorne in mind too that since
thle late Surveyor came into office the Public Works
have increased considerably in number and magnitude
aidl they cannot be taken up and carried on efficient-
ly, with di-patch, except by a rained officer. The
Governor in a M31es'.re to the lHouse- said he had
inadle enquiry as to the possibility of finding in these
Lands a person fully competent to take up the duties
ol Mr. NLss' appointment, but h:,d been unable to
find any one posse.,4in.; the requisite knowledge and
experience who would be willing to accept the ap-
pointment with the salary of 200 per annum, provi-
ded bv the Act of 1'S76, even though augmented by
the X.'0 per annum as Clerk of the Board of Works,
and under thee cirnumr tances applied to the Secre-
tary ofl State for the Colonies; but pending this refer-
once it being absolutely necessary to carry on the
Public Works now. ip .hand, undrr some tiraporary
supl. .'idon, he applied to the Engineer Department
for a Military For'man of Works and obtained the
;a:n lh ~ i,: al. p ,in-,! at te isame salary that "was
paid to M :. Nesss with ti.tvelling expenses in addition,"
Which k evryv 'p-;'"ju.ici.! mil, would a:lrit was the
b.:-st he coudth! lo in ju;.t. t. t thl Colon '. This can- *:;th pr,)riety 1,. i.rn '" dii r- garling tile lci.nis
ol (' :' t i I-.- ;'.iinri tO .. v hi.i h th y r::.ny
Le. per::itt o h.,-!, nor p .sin,- li. t ,r v ovuem r own
p. opie, and. .l.crie. i aa.era .-'.'" Now let u- .-:
whier.ri the G,',ver rr h1.5 thus icted in making ap-
p',intir e.n'ts ?
r'i :' o'..i ni l mo ist,.r :,i I i, principal r'l ,
Thie ',-t .-Ma.t.r at St. George's,
The Tr,?n.urv C'lrl.:,
TI.e i1 e'.i h O .h r at .'-. Geor.e' s.
Thes:. arc all ,"ur uwn p.:ie,:-, and where has h,:, r.:le
a ,ii,:h, :sin,:,ii,:rinsnt conitra, except th,:, (emipicr.jry,
one in qii..t n '' ;- inue that M!r. Ns- r- a
.-t.nger 'i'i r i,,, tih- En'in,..r Depari m nt, and select d
. ...... thirt-en v'.ir' :.,- in Enr l.a.n-l I.:-- General La!-
i..n I.,r s..' i, t' ii [ r.,I,.l '. 'it' uil ,rr,'*,evr a bet--
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LONDON, Dec. 13.-A despatch from Dublin to
the Times says,:-" It is hardly correct to say that
anarchy prevails in Ireland, for there is a very dis-
tinct and potent government which is rapidly super-
seding the Imperial Government, and isobtaining the
ascendency. It rules with an iron hand and promp-
titude which enforces instant obedience. Its code
is clear, its executive resolute, its machinery com-
plete and its action uniform. There is a government
de facto and a government de jure-the former
wielding a power which is felt and feared, and the
latter exhibiting only pomp, but little reality of
power. The former is a terror to well-doers, and
the latter no terror to evil-doers. The law of the
Land League is becoming the law of the land; and,
while the law of the state is costly and to a large
extent suspended, the new law is effectively admin-
istered cheaply and conveniently. League courts
are springing up in various places, and the people
are instructed to have their disputes decided by
such courts and to go no more to the Sessions. The
local magistrate, in the West of Ireland have lately
been surprised to find that no cases are brought
before them except by the police. The people have
been for some time advised to take this course, but
they are-now beginning to act thereon. As a rule
the penalties which such courts have the power of
inflicting are regarded with more dread than those
imposed under the statutes. Another function of
the new government, the levying of taxes, is most
effectively fulfilled. No rate assigned by the law is
half as promptly paid as the tax which the League
imposes. Licenses to sell at fairs and in markets
are required by the new government, and their
production is enforced by summary process. The
only element wanting to constitute the new govern-
ment a body of a country is a standing army, but
the materials for one are at hand and are being
fitted for use when called upon. The knowledge of
this fact creates deeper alarm, because, with an
armed and disaffected population around them. the
loyal subjects of the Queen in many places believe
that the danger which lurks beneath it is more for-
midable than visible terror. This fear is rather
confirmed than allayed by the military preparations
of the Government, and the arrival of the First
battalion of the Coldstream Guards and the order
for two more regiments of troops, indicate on the
part of the authorities a consciousness of impending
The Times in a leading editorial article this morn-
ing says: "It seems too plain that the Irish Gov-
ernment has already allowed the reign of lawless-
ness to assume dimensions it should never have
reached. Remedial legislation, which might be
proposed and carried under better circumstances,
cannot be presented as a bribe to purchase peace
from highwaymen."
At a great land meeting at Craughwell yesterday
there was a strong demonstration iu favor of Feni-
anism, the crowd, upon mention of the Fenian
movement, cheering enthu.n.::tically for several
The Cabinet was in session three hours and a half.
Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, was in
consultation with Mr. Gladstone for half an hour
after the Council separated.
The Press Association is informed that the Irish
magistrates, replying to Mr. Forster's circular,
expressed the opinion that they would be unable to
carry out the provisions of the circular. Mr. Fors-
ter, therefore, told his colleagues that the ordinary
law could not be depended upon. It was proposed
in the Cabinet council to-day that the Irish Execu-
tive be given coercive powers with a view to indem-
nity from Parliament.
Messrs. Bright and Chamberlain again repeated
their resolution to iesign it coercion is adopted. A
decision was ultimately postponed until Tuesday's
The Press Association says it learns that arrange-
ments are making to send 5,000 men to Ireland, if




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