Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00053
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. AND RECO )RDER.


k1 o, 1.-Tol. 2LIV


STATE SUMpR VWAS ANTIQsA.&\


24s. per Ann


Iffiamillon, IBermuida, Tiuesday, .Ianuaery 4, 1S81.


,ERS IJUDA.
Proceedings of the Legislative Council.
JoTifl.t/, 2sih I-cember, ISSO.-Pursuabt to adT-
jo.irninent the House met.
i're,-ed-t- \is Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice'
Pr,.shiert ;
The 1ilo'orale V, I W H.Gosling,
Jamnes H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
S Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Geol.,
(h.S. Tucker,
it R. E. Webster, (ol. Secy. ,
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com-
nimandig R. E.
A Dill eniiitd An Act in addi'i,:i to the Act
to make iroviion for the l|)i)reiL,-rrion of Deserters
from Foreign Vesseal," wai read the second time.
The House ent ,irto Cocnmitted thereon.
T'L- lion. ,.Iracs Tucker in the Chair.
Un -1I, i'10(o I.. l being ,inid tl.at the Commiitee
is"-, it was unanimously agieed to.
The filo'.ing Meessr e fiorm His Excellency the
Govci nor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary :
(No. ;:3 )
R. M. LA.FFAN,
Governor and Cumanandcr-in-Chief. "
The Govi nuor has the honor to iiiforin the Il. I
oral Ic the I.rg-islative C'ouecil that he ha.s re-ivd a
di-p it Li, No. :3.1', of the 7tih Dcee-nib:.r, IS;.I, fr'in
li i Lordsl'ip) the S 'etAl V of t:iLo for ttih Col, -
i:,..:, in rt--ply to -the GC.vn'nor s die.patchi, No -,i,
of the 210lh Octobc-r I 'S r-eporiung upon th I
fil-,cial Cqucstions rain. la the anldr.es of the
IHouse iof A.s.,embly to Hi.~ Honor those Actinu'. Gov-
erPir, diatul the "I th Augus.t 1~8(.), whi,.h wasi
tr.ii.nsmitc. to the Secretary of State, in compliancee
with tlhe request of the Hou'e of A-'msoblyv, in
Crlnelil G'ordou':-' dipiatch No. 613, of tlhe 2 5th Au-
gust la t.
i His Lordship the Ser-ret'iry of Stat: for the C(,-
1lijies has given the fi.,llowiu'- inst.ru:tions to the
Goveminor with respect to th,- i1dhres- of the Ioune
of A.semrbl :
"You wil beo good enuii'h to inform the H-oue
of As.-emblv that I eraciir in their wi4h to redi n o
thle debt of the Clolouy, :but that I fail to see how
any steps could have been tal-en in this direction,
duriug'the la,,t three yvars-, in nrue of which, !so far
as wouln .ear from the very imperfect systein of
accouuts0 Nl Be:aiid.e' the revenue net tnally
received ,_.'._fficiejnt to rmet.w all the charges inu-
cluded in i 'tEstim.t,'.--: arid Sippleincntary Esti-
znateoi and t0,e outs'taudin.- liabilitiies r' the Coliny ;
and that I irnl'sati.jfi.7 t.hc ateineut in the addrcs.a
that a sufficient b'alauce 1iad I.le-n leh ft., after esti-
niting the ex:pen.--.-es if the iun r,-utt yvearto justify
thie aithoritza'ti,.iu of pa.'iitlt in red.uctionu ,f t.f -
debt, (thbLotuh y,ou i:ni,.'irk.it w;',s no doubt made iu
the full belief, bf it' siric.ae.-s), is not, in aerold-
anceo with the facts.
I would also a..;k you to inform the As.-.em-bly
that, in. my opinion, it. i- i-areely possible that a
sound system of.financi.l procedure can be e.-
tablished, unl fl the Executive governmentt is C1n-
truR.ted wit 'y (.f pIrepari-I' L E.-t.rfin:t-.- and
Statement uts, an.I iiitiatiu.r all monuv-
votes, atc the practis. in this Couut v
and genera rou'houL the Colonies.
I concur in the cqpinion of t.he Treasurer tlint
it is desirable to keep a standing balauc.e of '2,000oI
(two thousand pouuds) in the Colonial Treasury,
over and above all currout liabilities."
Mount Langton, 27th Det.embn r, 1SS-O.
A Resolve providing IPhe sum ef 2 14/ for de-
fraying the cost of the caimringe hire of the Official
Visitors to the Lunatic Asylum, was brought up
from the House of Assembly and read the first time.
The Bill enlitled *' An Act to provide for the tak-
ing of Lands for Public Works," was returned from
the House of Asseinaly with the following Message:
Mr. President aiw!i ( Geemein (f the Legislative Coun-
cil ;
We are directed by the House of Assembly to re-
turn to your lonoibl Hoe uthe Bill entitled,
"An Act to provide for th, taking of Lands for
Public WiVoik,'" and to aquiaint your 1-4onniable
House that the Assembly, having conucmred in the
amendments proposed liy ynui Honorable House
to be mado thereto, the said .taondsenis have
accordingly been mngle toi !oe rad Bill.
Sessions' Hou:e, 27th l)e;n.i...r, 180.
The Bill a1 s amended w:.as hi ad a third
time and passed and oldc-red to be lainil before His
Excellency the Goveinor by the H)an. R. E. WVcib-
ster.
Adjourned to Tuesday next the !'h January,
1SS1, at 11-30, a.ui.,


SMrs.u ton,
\Professor of Mu;ic and Biniguig,
--.. from London,
('iles l'ri\ale Los.ons at her ti n i it r I'tP pil
I- 'osdcnce'.
Ter.mns iModerate,.
Evening Partii s atie.,idel ':i. Piani-,fe \\ith or
witlhont otlh'-r I.'it;t.iiinc-its (as desired.)
For Terms, &c., apl.ly to
B AND MA-TER IlUit'I'ON, .ttIh fcgt., North
Shore.
Decemibt r 7th, 18S0.-3rn


1881.
The Bermuda Book and Sheet
ALMANAACKS.

TiHE Eermuda Book and Shet .ALMIAN-
T ACKIS for 1881, will be mrendy f.,r lelivery
TO-MOIKROV (Wedn -d. an), aind cau Ic ol-
tained at Messrs. GEORGE b(,VLI-: 'ON'S S4t.
George's; of .Mn It. G\LLOW\AY, ('Chif \i ald-
er, Royal Naval Yard ; of hlie sever;rl Car-riirs
of the Itoyail Gnlizcte," iad at the Ioy
Gazett.e'" .Stationery 'tir,.
Hamilton, Dec. 21, I -0

ALL Good Groccrs k.eep.\. I. \'iV LV.:\Ni'S
Celebrated SOAP;,.


Notice. DRY GOODS,
BY the Mayor, Aldermen and Commion FOR USEFUL JiVD ORN'J-
Council of the Town of II;inilt.)n J E.N TIL
T lie Freehol(lers tlMjt ^'(
of the s:.id Town, are rI q(.ste-d to i"c_ t at the
TOWVN HA.IL Ll'Fr chrisIilAs,
TH RSJ7 oA '. \We know of no Store that is better supplied
ON 1 u AY A ,0 ,an
Gith ,Jn:iuiary proximoo, CJIIILD'S JE VWi.i4r STO E.
At TwelvIe o'clock, noon, Anihong thie mani articles are
To clct the May'or, A .ll ri, l i n' n ani i-i ..... ... C., 1 o 1,., ....


Council for thi;: -ti3nIing ye:ar.
N. A. 5U''TTE RFIEIE,I,
1U:1yor.
ila-uilton, Decr. 27, lI3-0_.*

Garnet Potatoc,
T.lit's 'tar !5r:,nl,"
In Prime order for 1'lanting.
Six Hundred Barrels-C 1HE P,
1::x Schoonr A1,4 .1."'
\Vurlth the i sipection ."ii anvy I;'arn *r.
I'le.i.ase ip.ly lo


'I
I 13ii4;i '.4. II Cl 'I; ili


Some of the NI(CT '[ H IN(GS jl'st,
receieAP per Ilanbor.oigh,"
FO161l C Is11 ,::1.%TIll .w .

T"abl. II.Al INS, v,.ry Ihoice
,nullatn DO. C1 11t \ N l'.
2 Ih>. N ins Nice PitlJNiS
II \.TEs A ll (K ) .l.- .
Plecaun and WALNUTSS I,.a NUT *
CITI.(.)" n\ d 1)rotI e :ialinl Lc onoi I'EEIL
OI1 ANG RS naid I;: \l(.)Ns
S InI! Po\,' I.ayer i'S
AliNCHIM !' ',---;5 T"] i ns .1 1,'. i. k ,.
Nice VYll,,w CilEI:.( I C'ihoice ;lT i' i'-;!L
Nc.\ :;> s ;,s ir-iuil tir V lnic,' HISC U I I'._-
LA..M ,. i;A(0CO :N .l .!i,)11 ILI, 'I"tRS
tiali BanrrIl.s Cihoirce F[ )i't
D[alsI (';iisrish id ;nid iCut Ioat Si S 1
I.S ( ,
'I'!TRNIP.-z, CA (iN!)\0
And Sinali Boxes Goldtef !')TO-
1;lCCO( 'el:cet I 'iece,o clheIap

B. E. DICKINSON.
Nos. 27 n.id 28 Front.it teet, t
IIiiimillon, Dee. '21, 1680.

St. Geeoge's ote9,

St. Geoi age's Herni'iinll .
ia ff J;'r {""c f, yp prfe*fo.,

L:die ? mi! (. ntC e:m-!n- vi-itinl,- St. Ceoryre's
will fill!nd sul .i.r ni, on lilio n i t tliA liu l,1 l.
Dlecevinbet 20. Sll. -l i,

I" Ioyal Gtazette" M ail
an d Postal Sheet I 88I.

' F IE valu l, lI'. .t: l andil, M .iil hif)rinali.im
conofiil ii;. irn (ihe iB niuda I ':-,.ket .-lmain -
ack, >i'le -,i'. l l ii .ctor has i:.(5 ii pi llted in
sheet forii t oth ,.o i\ ,iv(ni e i I le .ileicnii-
ti;ie PuIlilic, : '1 il Lbe .ld ai the poilnlir pnrico
of 3. d., to einblle e r,' '-'S1lorIe ei t;i to ipovide
hii.1snlf ith:i co r py. i l.ly :p liyn ti'jn ihoutil
b, ii.nade, lIas f i ly a lmnitud nurniber of sheets
have been priint..-!.
Dat'es of Aiiiivil and tilpari ure !if New York
iM.Iil Mie I ungr_- from isi ernl'm iila id1 N\-w York ;
Do. C'nnard .7teaier Ietween Iial'l;fa, Bormu-
dli and Jaijur:i.a ; Postal R.ates, n.etlati.t) .e, &e.
Ul,-,yal Gazette .)lie.,, iDec. 14, i8S0.


Sitmia Ital


-Ior l Rent,

Two Cottag'es
in Ha.ilt j in, tit r Vie-loria Park."


'Terms Ml(cderate.
Immie.iite Psse..sion !ivo.n
Fo'!, all Inf.r ntioni apply to
W. C. HALLETT,
Ilamilton.
December 27, 1s'-0.-


Received per Betf'



S1iH A L...HI4f iS,
For r., iI rr.i t ,. e .


i
I.,


OUTERBRIDGE BROS..
Ret ii Street.
December 27hi, (8 i8.-2


OLDLI al Silver iV i '1 CIL', i.;1 N, ir 1
Necklaces, Lockei, Sets of Jewehry,
lr'acelets, Iianingle, SI.oeve Buttons, Fin-
ger Iings irowl -. to 14, ,cearf Rings and
Pins
Solid Silver ORNA ME NTS of
every description
,.old Silver Fancy 1 IECES for
ilie tFablo
Silver Plated Tea SETS ,- EPER,GNE-i
Fruit, Nut and Je:ly iDISlmlS
Cake and C(ard Baskets Bouquet IHolders
Slissert S'-ets Toilet .Seul Claret Jugs
l re 'I'acli 1'3 V:iier' Soupa T1urmens
' ':I nid;e-.t, k.i i, kle lands
Soldi lii- Binis J .I .vt. t baskets
'ti i, I' i.-les :-', : lDishes
A ( c.',t Variety of'

ilicludiaf J ip iline ( 'ive ( i'ind L.a, iher ( 0 .)!)S,)
FA.NS, A L!Ib , &c.
\'e c,irdiially i ,ni:i. ail i 6all ,and examine
our G(,i.l-., N lioiI 2 to i h v.
l Hanilto lice. 21, IS.-1 ,


(1or Xmias GroOeries,
Buy them at k. IH. Duerdeu's.
IN kVV !I.A ISIN S Bestl ITi I L 11
V'' r-1 llm S I LA 1)
C(ONIF'CTiION-I Y EitC, CIlIN
l \T '. S 1(;. it (very cheap)
I' 1.-AS, CGreenll and] Oiontr
WI,.s. a;d, illt of F:l ily In i F n '
ii. OID.1'.IV:AT Ell. i V 1,KLES
!;1;,: k 1- i 'P1EI .\ It t i t N lS
I'< i 'I'O) S il,'t H I 't "
_7": ALL VI' R,% IIIAE .
Ni. 1. DU E II DEN.
!i n iiltloi, Dec. i3ili, 18 0*.1

Jast Received,
Per limi:ilay ." an I linmboiouigh,"
,L1)I1E!S I l;ck Clothl J.A. 'K1-:TS
LI:,:es ilcla : and, l i. Na:p !'lath 1)O.
M .n's ct.leton ;nm Pill.. C.ll, IJV'KCIO)A't'
i'\'ed and S "hbber CLTI- IlNNG
Feli II.%\ '.
"lio ;L' S 'nrria.- o 1)" .
,\ N D,
,NG
?_ 3 Boo ts & Shoes
Of all sizes.
C, A. JONES,
Front Street.
I la i ilt.)n, D e c. i'I ,, 18S 0.,

A CARD.

' Em Unders;nld reap-Cs rully directs the
attention o f ithe I'.!iR Cl, ANT OF
P.ER \1ITD.A to tHli- f.let thli: for somue years past
lie s h a en coir:.:e-ted wvitih he I Iuii.-.e of
U.-R. uS. ^ P Thrbez- & Cold)
Exporters, Inmport r ia anl .1aiiuifl-eiLirciue ol FooJ
E'l.x iiltis-
\Vest l!roadway, Reade an- IHudson Streeres,
New York City,
And uiirini; that time lins attended personally to
the e ecutiBn of Ilerimuda Orders, so that. he is
pralically fai iliair \\ ith the .a'nt-i of that Island
in all thtt relates to Food Products and Gro--
ceries nienl!ily.
Aiiv orders that may be ern trusted to Iiiin will
be falit.Iiull, and prompllv fille with thlie assur-
ance toiat tely willl receive all the advantages
which ilio spcciail f:cililiesp of the Mesbrs. Thur-
ber enrible them to) give. A trial order, no10
mnt-r liow\ snin.ll, may result i in mutitual benefit
and will be alIprecialted by
ALBE[RT W. MINICK,
\\ ith II. K. & F. il, TlHUR-lRII &, CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 18S0.-12m


..D VIC
How to get r-id of your

Go to E. A. II
OUR, CONFI,'ION
As mIillions got cioill6 by his c -le

01.1 Fashi,-ned iOl.A.'SE:
forI youn;:l y par rhil
Ell. ,lM
C(er. of Vicelti
Hamiltlon, October 19, 1880.-3


Potatoes!
Potatoes !!


Superior Seed anid Table

POTATOES
At lowest market prices.


Call and elyamine stock b-.fi're purchasing el-c-
where.
Special rats to Aiwy aAd Navy Canteen6 aid
Messes.
Orders toi Si. [Divisl'- [sl.nd and St. (eore&-'s
will be pronmptly fill-ed byv M i". W. \VOLF.F,
St. Gergi -'.
W. T. JA.MES,
42 Front street.
itarnilmio Nov. ? *., iSO. .

R, 1. D tierdeii
At the Warehouse lately occupied
by IMr. Ileniy Dlaircll.

R H. Duerden having received a
; pirt of his l)'. Y G tUrS from Eng-
laud via Newr Y.ik, will offer them for sale from
tiLd. d:i, TL'ESDAY. 30th Novemnber, 1880, at
e\iremil)y i-jl rates, awiong w.hiih will be founiid
Aill'E.N Faslioniable JACK ETS
L -' STI'I,.RS '!'rimmed i \%TS'
Straw HiA'TS Gen ( ts (.liki.lr:.n'W H I'S
!D .\NDK' I. CHIFE '
C(UFF. a nd COLL,..'t.-, i.c.,
Andl1 in.mny other <'ood-.
Please to no-ice that iMr. Duerdn lihas receiv--
ed only a v.-ry small portion of hii Goods, the,.
bulk o tlli'-n are expected in the : teamnor IIim-
alaya in about :i week, of % Ihich diti notice will
be riv;jn.
No Trouble to shew t he G',oui..i to every one
that will t'ivor him with a call.
R.. H. DIUERDEN.


N,,venlier 29, 180.

'or Sae.
T'he Uiidersiggned haa ben In-
structed
TO SELL ,

SY Pl1VATE SALE,
The Following, Vizt :-
1MAE

Iu Excellent Condition,
Is Iuielt in Carriage, Cart., or under Saddle

Supposed to be in Calf
1 CARRIAGE, (4 wheels) with Lamps,
Pole, &c., Complete
1 CART (four wheel) a very excellent
and useful Article
A fair Redtiction will be aiadc to a Pur-
chaser of tihe Msl;re and Carriage.
\W. T. ROBERTS,
St. George's, 22niid Nov., O1880.

R1 EC E1 V ED
.1t the L2oya Gazel c Statioiery
Store,
(Runitbl i 'o)r Xmasa3 ;ilI ,'- I 'e:ir' P -onemts)
I .Ai'I!I KNIVES .Music CASE.-
Sc'ho .1 SA'T'CI i 'LLS Ti'uristi CU (ir
BPiad KNIVES Paper KNIVES
I'eiin 'Wij.rs Penknives Tea i'elIlss
Sett-; Knif',f, rork and Spoon.
Ktey lliinig rund Cork Screws (love looks
Card ''.s lellter iGaaes Blotters
.l'atch iI.es- lIra.i-.cts Pufi !hlo)xe
Inl: 'hil-ls-, &c., in variety China Vases
Cegar :tl-.t-c~ Portino1 ies
Plone TFipp leeasiur Candle P.ii.
&c., &c., &.c

(LC" Christmas, New Year awl Birthday
CAR )S
I!amnilton, Dee. 11, 18SO.



PAINT PER,
[E,\L I.R iN
'AiN''Sl OILS-, V,,NNIi sl~'S, CLASS
PUTIrY, R OUli fl, d, &ce., ac.
l:':ery descripLtion o! UJL,., made ready fo
UlE'


J. .. E V \ NS taI:ks tu.i,- opportunity to thank
Si [tll,. Pu biL i, general fo, their liberal patroni,.e
and ill eniideavouir.ir (as: in the paim t so i i Llio
r bad cold. future>, i -i meril th(ir c,.itinue.l t'aour;s.
II Qu'en 'treet,, Hiamilton,
EF Y II erunr, ISO.
ER, /V. .e..
rated llC iIGH O R S S

>.ANDY, goodI ,- ,-. .
dicin. And t,,\ GA 1AGES for Itire
I J~Eat ll hoursI o' at e': -onai be l'.e hoby
a 'reet LUM LEY ROBINSON,
Broadwtsy EIast No. II Corrt i-'t,
nm II.nmilton, Nov., '2 ; i0.,--1'.


Table Potatoes.

Jiiut Received, in rile-s Order,
StPERIOR TABLE'


At l,.,w V iket PTrice.
Spftci: l Ha to. AII Army and Navy OCnteemn

W T. JMamE$0
42 Front Street.
IIamilton, Nov.-,mber l, 18i?.).

T'' Ieodore Outerbriche,

VETE'RINARY SURGEONS
Office anPc delnte eid ,.trmo, Hamilton,
adjoining Ariy'a, (-'iay Ohc.
Ollice Hourae- to 10 a.u.; 3 to 6 p.m.
\\'ill Visit St. Georges Professiorally
TUESD)AYS AND il19,4YS.-
Offico at Mr.. G.e(Qorg Spiutlitigi Market Square,
Ilamilton, November 8, 18 -$0.

A LL who wish to have their
l itchen Utein'il-, l !;t!ih Tubs, W infdo s,
Brass Work, and V.ud \\'oik clei 'ai u

Should use the Scouribng, -Clean-
ing and Polishing


PRID-E OF TI iE KiTCHEN.
Ask for Pride of 'he Kitchen',3ap
11. K. & B. DT, TU BEn, &:'O.,
ropirietars.

Re ce i v i g
Ex HIJ L13 L. YA from London,
AM th.c iy4'fai.etle" Stationery Store.
.8. Variety of C hristmas -ames,
"2hsi ma4.1)S .
Letts'& Cos. DIA RI , 13S1,
<.r .,., &.C.
lainli.)on, D,-er. 11, 1880.

C.T. CONYERS,
\Vi)(LEV \LL T il TAIL


AND I)EALER IN "
Tenas, Co'ftf.e. Sugars,
AND
English and American Goods,
No. 9 \\'est Front ,tr. e, Hamilton.
OLcIO'.cr' 2'Lth, ISSO.-Cem






r M "" Y' 'L
Strm da ee Bermuda



'ver neom null toiL o r i."d ) ten fion give. to
the Comt' of ilaO:rders iand Trainsient CG (- sts.
Luncheon pu'ovided at the s!iortest -noLice.
September "9t 1}50.-6,a

"L 0 N D) 0 N"





FOR
Bernmuda and J'tassau, JV P,

SIlIPPIERS are inlobrmnd that it is.intendid, d
to de-patch ?steo ,hibipj from the *(lasteip)
London Docks foi the above ports as under :
Sluainer. Ton,. London. Dartinouth.
"Suolway," 792 6thl OcLtr. 7th Ocir.
SHimalrnaya" 803 7t Novr. 18Ith Novr.
', CI':- ;...." '793 2-,;ii,'l Dec. 23rd Deer.
IH. P. TKLNS ,A CO.,


Agents.
September 30th, 1So,-3r:,

To Let.
T TIHE M ETROPOLITAS
al6 H- 0 T iEL
Queen Street, Hamilton, with STABLE,-
OUTBUILD)INGS, &c.
Apply to
M. S. HUNT,
Hamilton.
Auii!r .31.,t, !Gro j..

A K your Groce ,^A. E. WHYLAND'S
OAP.


!


'lit O T cI .


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-. i r' i; i i l tl :, i l* 1. bi. ii i i i. -nii u 1 1i \ u I0 U.au n tm o iil. F1 ( ..
.l l- '-: Ji. .a l i,,..lw r, U'Le -ry, i .llthax, N. Anu adjuini-nn rt of six w,-.:ks w. s a c e t.. to
Tr,, i "T'T C _t.,--ST. GEOIRU L'"'. .-. II D. Acts expiring,, at tlhe end cf the year, it was neces-
]e,.r -,- [ e [ r' '..- .v,..!i.-d i Cii:ui,, A Irali' ii Liloln. O.tland, s.iry to reo-.-l,;, e their siubje:.cts anud adopt some
i,,,,..; in ii(tliss : .-(' u .:' t I" 1. lunLer.-r fon. o(f e li ion to, me.-:t the e.-is?. The I Boardt
S (-.i i rl leinark A.'(ii't, \V. C. vl.,n, C,,. c'if \ rks Act wi, reu.w:-.,:l mu .-hi in th? same, firm
3'hy.- E 31-SIhr. Victory, C'lea-n. Jan .inmica ; assorted cargo and was br'cu.h1]t into oui:-ra.tion oun st Oc-tober.
Noo"n -Ar u 4 9 -AW,.r.tC,. V C. ill..ul & C Co. Cunsiderable dir-im~-si.n in.- .-d on the d,:-,ate on
S ----"- -I --- Jainy. 1--l right J;unle E. Il lal, Ilainieoll, Pomlce, Pu.'rto t iis Bill, several T-a lr.-i p-.referringt to leave1 tihe
2 w 7 _55 9: !)'53) 26Fine. c-l.ly, lazy I ico.-Agent, Ji ). S. I)-hrrell. administration of public works to the Council i:th-
-^ In .(34 .. .rI) )'-C'00Overast Seim.r. Ila L. C>i,,er, [tnl>boulb d to u Sm inan ; g:-i e-i r than to a Board composed of some mlemb en-as of
L- ; ,L Iti1365-29"-.-,) 0-0 0,Fine I eral ua-rgo.--Agert, Jno. S. l)arrell.
50 1^ 9'`,1 )i )';S Fine tle Assembly who. by acquies-,ing iu ptotmsals be-
31 Nw r.li. P-1'D0 0-02 Fiie I c.C.\nD. fore the Boa.rd of PIubli Works nmiiht be con itrIue.d
J.' 1 Deer. -'-Aumerican Schi..-mer Jennie A. Shepliherd, as in a measure binding the Assembly to agree to
I s 2. 3, 6 l2 :3il; 0 Fine 'ITerhune, Mobile. them. An amendment was offered making a mem-
'- sw 57 69 -*9-92) 0-06 Cloudy, hazy PASSEFNGETL-i ARRIVED. bher of Assei.ibly ii.-ligible to sit on that, board.
In the Mail Steamer I'lando, rouial yesterday from The Act to provide for the taking up of Lands for
JOSEPIS PERINCIIIEF. York :--Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy, Dr. Vie'ztt anId l1r. Public purposes, pansed its 3rd reading in the As-
_PIIU__-__* PERiN E._ (.W. Ad*ler-. sembly only by the casting vote of the Speaker and
The Steamer L'ualnta hence at Now Yoik on 2.thl; several amendments made lb the Council were
l lleft here on 21st, exprienPiee niich heavy weather. concurred i.:. Numerous Road A,-ts esxpiriun
'I. __ _--_ __- rived ,on 2tli. some well cc-asidered-measure to take their place.
The Steamer of thle London Line to Bermuda and In several r-spects it facilitates easy settlements
IHamllton, January 4, 1SS Nassau, advertised to leave on 23rd December, was where forme-ly, even when there wns a disposition
-... .. -- withdrawn. There wa .sonie probability that another there was n,: authority to ai.-t. on. The Liquor Li-
Sniwl c / would be put on to leave about 10th instant. cense Act 1l-l. went into operation on the Ist Oct.,
(Wie l ,Sc-rcUu&y)'6 e/M'., The R. 1. Steamer "Beta," Captain Shaw, is and is considere-d an improvement on any previous
1ST JANUARY, 1881. expected to-day or tomorrow from Jamaica via legislation a id appears so far to have worked to
IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Turks' Islands. advantage. Betw-e-n the Council and Assembly
has been -pleased to appoint -... there have It .en two differences, the Council rejeet-
Pak Bejami T ker, Esqr.,oing a Bill to provide ('le ical assistance to the CCo-
Paik Bitji [Tl.el', Eiq-.* M.D> i'o ui'oji : td 1 ite(! S lonial Secretanry to write utip the arrears of Wills
To be HEAL OFICER for the WestEd The Mail Steamer Flaorgh Captain Fr and Deeds, :rd the rejection of a Bill passed by
And, fr m N M ki ter Fambo og, Capt'ain F aser, the Assembl- providing for the extinction, at fixed
d, from N York after a pleasant passage, arriv l dates. of ap.rtion of the Debeantmm s issued to repay
'hiarc-le I[el D yleiel, ql.. at hern Wharf in this Town at half-past eight Y12- the loan from the Savings Bank. The Assembly
ill.9D. ye, te rday mntruning. 4Iare willing-s regards arrears in the Seeretary's O(f-
To be HEALTH OFFICER for the East End of ndpain fraer M. P er flee, to allow th fee due tron to e paid for as-
these Islands, under the provisions of The D t and the nds for s of Nw o sistane3 in writing then up, instead of going into
Quaratin Act, 1880 papes up t."o Thusday last the Treasury general income, as now enacted by
A severe gale and snow storm all along the law. But the- Conmcil wish to advance furttl.?r an-I
By His Excellency's Conmmand, Eastern Coast of the United States, and for some permanuentl renlidy lhe inconvenience under which
R. E. WEBSTER, considerable distance inhuad, occurred on the 2'lth. the public- hIav-e blen for several years. The quies-
ultimo. Snow fell ill l e1 w Yourk t) a depth of 11 tion cannot remain iimuclh longer an open one. TI! e
1________C____ olonil Secretal-y. inches, and diifts to the height of 10 f.ct were Council and A..-mnhly both agre thit the Deeds
-orinmed in some places. The cold was very severe. aId 11ills now in tlie Secretary's Olffice hall be
t^,, ,. Additional troops have been ordered to South written up at the- cost of the fees duo thereon. It,
Africa from India. may fairly be asked are not thie Deeds waiting re-
Albsr'aed of the Proceedings of the fHonorable The Sixth Dragoon Guards were to leave London gistration exceptioual in quantity; and, if written
.House of Assembly. for South Aftica in the first week of this month. Iup, c-'old, nt s"oet simple provision be mnade to
attal foot meet the writing upof current re-e,.ipts of Wills and
Monday, 3rd Ja.uaru,, 1881.-Mr. Cooper moved A Battalion of foot has been ordered to get Deeds within a easonabl time? The Savings'
that the following Message be sent to His Excel- ready to proceed to Ireland from Aldershot. I Bank Dle-ntur-s are redeemable on public notice
lency the Governor :-- A Company of Engineers has been ordered from by tl-e r.ece--;vr General who has first to r.-port to
"Maiy it Please Your Excellency ; Aldoit--ht imnc:,liately for Irelaud. the Covern.'- thuat'the-r. are fuindls available and oni
The House of Assembly respectfully request that A Compi:ny of the Army Service Cor'-, with theGovirnot's consut b-ing hid. The --tateof-the
Your Excellency will be pleased to furnish the Coiuiin-iariat and '1tau.sp:,rt, had left for- I-elan.. lubie Trea.-iir hrcd nu:r justifi-d the Re-eiver,
I9(,en-:-r mal cr.:ia sti m,,,ta he wrq e
I-louse with ihe correspondence in full between The 97th Regimenut Lad .scarc.ly lauded at Gib- an c l m di th a rlth -urt as th litw reuir of ts,
Your ExceHencv and the .--cretary of State lor the I raltar, when it was ordered to Natal, and was to.n consequyB tly, although th, condition of the
Colonies on the subject of Your Excellency's Mes- leave the Rock on the 23rd Dcemb,:r. nit r me' thu jlan vicious wa large th mreset rve siws
sage to the Assembly No. 45, of Dec. 27 th, 18S0. The rn-mains of Lieut. Irving, of Sir John Frank- current pruy ,:nts. Ii rheir formal EItin:ntes for
Afier some discussion, the Attorney Geneial lin's Arctic expedition, brought to New York biy t. !Lo I-t four years the -\.i-mlU- inserted 2_10
moved that the debate be adjourned to next day of Lieut. Schwatka, and wlich artived at Glasg',wv cu for plying a portion of th.-ese- Debe-ntnr-es, whi,.hi
nmeiug which was agreed to the 25th Dec. ill the steamer Cetrc.'t" from was- not. don.e. The Coveruo,-, in hi.; message
The Bill entitled An Act. to provide for te New York, are to be buried at Editburgh. transmittimg a,.c,,onuts, iniimated that there w,,uld
marking of all Packages of Vegetable produce to The Marquis of Lansdowne, one of the he-aviest be a sufficient balan-e ivail dble to r-dute' tfle pub-
be shipped from these Islandp," was read a third laudoiwnuer, lias abandoned hi intintiun of pen.c- lie debt by .251. A resolution was brought in,
ltie. ing the winter inu fIrel.:. ,i. ,.u:eque nce (of tihe after tlhe Governor's departure on leave, which was
Mr. C. Peniston moved an amendment, to insect condition of the country. afterwards converted int,- a Bill, requiring the pay-
after the word e"surnamme in the ofth line of the The St. Petun-.rburg Herald says that before the meant of these Debentures by instalments. Tfhis
1st Clause, the words "in full of the owner brand-I (zar h.ft Livadi. the police found a newly-d 'u Bill th u-ici rj-te-d l,.ni the ground that such
ed or" -which was negatived. tunnel running from a barn near the railway. The Legislation was not needed. The House of As-
Aes 10. Nays 19. owner of the barn, who lhas a son exiled iu Sie ia, sembly deermig that their spec-.il fintanci-.l outrol
Mr. Middleton moved an amendment to that shot himself on the discovery. was being unduly iterfeied with,, sent a miage
Clau-e-which was ruled out of order. to the Actin4g Gooiernor embodyiung tlieir views for
m-r. C. Peniston moved that the Bill do now 159,0. letters wcre cespatched it_. .emems transMnis.ion to the Sec-rtarv-of State for the Colo.
pass-which was affirmed. sailing from the Poembet of New York ou saturday, ies. The r ply r:eived was that the Council iu
Ayes 17-1Messrs. F AI Cooper, N J Darrell, R J the lb Dw.oemer., There vwere desiathi ,i dur- tl.o exercise of their privileges have a legal uigh l
P Darreg-, S B Gray, E H Go-7ing,S SA.tHarvey, A. ew.s and 51 su W- to rejet- any nmeasune, whi.-h thlyv had us.,ed- in the
J Hodsdou, C C Keane, T W Mercer, S A MasterI, papers present iustiance, and that theliRec-ieivi. -r 'e-li-:l
S C Oulerbridge, W R Peniston, C Peniston, J \v The garrison of Ireland, it is said, wv.ould number was jnitifie.l in Lheuling- a rm.,erve. M,-anwlii-
Pearman, T F J Tucker, W 11 Wilkinson, T J 30,000 men of all arms on the 1st of this month. by" authority of the A(ting Governor in Conin-
Wadson. An English company has offered the San Do- c"l, the Receiver' General called in 1000 as the
Nays 12-Messr.-. S C Bell, T N Dill, R D Fra- mingo Governiument a loan of $.3,0i,i)um. Publii- Reialpt- were keepin.il up to more th:an
sar, W J Fritb, J Fowle, H H Gilbert, \V S Mas- tle estimated stAnard. An1 thus the sii1.btan-
ltes, 1) Middleton, TA Outerbridge, A M Oud- The report of the eomrmititee on the loss of the tial obj-.t of the Asesmbly was iu p:url iudiio,.tly
ney, J N Smiih, R 'ynes. British training ahip Atalanta, which sailed from attained. The reply (,f the S,:mco'tarv of St.ito
'Mr. W. J, Frith claimed that the Vote of Mr. S. Bcrmuda onu st February last for England, with could e,,aily have been anuti.-ip-ttd-tlhe (C:,nu.:il
C. Outerbridge be counted with the Nays. more than 300 young seamen on boaid, and has not had rights s well as the As.embly, tloughl in
The Speaker decided that his Vote should be since been heard of, is published. Th.e committee financial man. ers rc:.tuictcd. The safest course
counted with the Ayes. say they consider she was a very stable ship, ex- for the A:. mrublv to pursue, to have thi-r own
T'he Lill was then passed. cept at the large angles of the heel, and that the way imn fin"-u:al amraneme-nts. is to autholi-se
Thle Resolve fr paying the cost of extra Mail alterations in the rig only tended to increase her. only terminable debentures at short dates which
Cam riages in consequence of the damage to the safety. The committee speak favourably of her may be pail or r'-newe,, as circumstances may
Causeway Bridges, was read a 3rd time and passed, ofliei-rs and crew, and point out thIe fact that at thie warrant- at maturity. Considerable attention was
TLe Resolve for paying the Reporter of Debates time of her loss exceptional storms proved fatal to I t:iven to the, a.se tihe sunken craft Carolina Z."
of the Houise, was read a 2nd time and committed. a number of merchant vessels, in the harbor of St. Co-orge, ai:. the Ass.-mbly
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. Among the naval deaths in the week ending 6th voted a lag- saunt to have hemr floated and towed
The Resolve was agreed to and the blank filled December we notice that of Atrthur Jones, Esr., out to sea, t have the uamigo thrown overboari,
up" 60." Paymaster R.N. Mr. Jones is remembered by agreely to e recom nations contained in th
The House resumed. very many in these Islands, having served here a deport of a s e tialcomne.sin. on Nov b:-rit was
The Chai man reported the Resolve, and it was Secretary'to Admiral Sir Houston Stewart, KI.C.B. dp-tmnined c.u to have the hull blown up whar.e the
adopted and ordered to be engrossed, and haring His parents were married iu Bermuda. ship was strt ted; -harges of gun cotton have been
been engrossed and the rule regarding the passage placed in rea:iaess for the first N. E. wiud tocarryy
ot money votes suspended by unanimous consent, The literary celebrity known as George Elliot, odour and i .tter olmt to sea. Before these lines
it was lead a 3rd time and passed, author of Adam Bede"' and other well-known are priitJd t .e whole operation may be completed.
The Bill to am.nd the Hamilton Gaol Act 1880, works, died in London Thursday. Her- maiden Mrrs. J.I H-aywand, N. .t. Darre.ll and M. A. M.
was read a 2nd time and committed. unme was Marian Evans. She was married last Frith have ee- appointed Coiuni.iiou-s, to take
Mr. Cooper ii. the Chair. I May to Mr. John W'alter Cross. the Census ct Bermuda in ISl. Thie Quarautine
T'he House resumed. Bill aspassed will lbefiee from the obje:-t ion-, attached
The Chairman reported the Bill, and it was -------- ----- to the old bilis whicli seek to defic-ne.. too m.i.:h, and
adopted and ordered to be engrossed. To Ihe Editor ftDh.- Ro,,al G:itte. do not leave mun.h freedom of action to) the officer
The Bill to continue and amend the Act for the Szn,-Will you allow me a small space in youth responsible. The Legislature provid-:d four a judi- -
dcstruction ol 'Crows, &c., was read a 2nd time and very valuable paper to congratulate the Parents of cousaul'mentaltun to lt income o tie Chief Jus-
committed. I Southampton, and compliment the Teacher mo tes,, .as l!,.,.."u to vote coni.l-rable sums fur


Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair. I SouthamptonSchool, on the success f the Would the repairs P woks which ti
etClswaamndd.hamptonSchool, on the sccessof theiWould- u'i-tepmii-s 1 ) p nlhad woiks wimict tie hue icans oft
The Ist Clause was amended. be Literary Entertainment" given by him and his August 30th al' ocuasioned. Iu thle case? of the
The 2nd and 3id Clauies agreed to. pupils at Southampton HIall on Thursday evening, Case- bly voted a opbe r sumrked, that, had the As-
Thbe House resumed. i 30th ultimo' sbl proper sum a few ye ice, to
1 Le Chairman reported the Bill with amend- The Entertainment was opened by the Teacher, probably then e work as etraordleina by Mrtlay. P. Ni-
umeats, and it was adopted and ordered to be en- who gave a brief but interesting account of the lnotb have lbeen eallP d fxrao.Thoerd y outlay might
glossed. work in the school during the last half year, and vnot iveo u ll d foi. T,- wea!ndss of then
Mr. C. Peniston moved that the Nonauch Island closed his remarks by sayinc-, that after hearing very srectdy ,;po.i, w1.s huin yoeht an, il effe-
Building Resolve, be now resumed in Committee- the radical ideas of several of the essayists, h red-l upo ,. As ato tlie cy lne itself it,
which, on a point of older being raised, His Honor thought it. would be advisable to put the meeting y be niu that, 'cstru-tive as were itsetfeuts,--
the Zpeaker decided that the motion was out of under the protection of the law", and had doue ( need hamdt t h -ce ri l ully ci the--ve li haem, ,.e
older. by obtaining a gentleman of the legalprofession to h no thankful that thaem-tit wa s:ul mieia-Ae0 to
The Resolve in favour of the British Methodist fill the chair." bo thankful that the ie.:trun:ion was not greater
El i-cpal Church, was read a 2u.l time and comrn-. Ormond T. Middleteu, E:.q., then took the chair-, ohich it wop. crtqily have been with thi e wind
'miutled and after a few very able an inappropriate inr:arks with ol-dg-pehaanuer q fo-t.e, -t hout th g s
Mr. J. W. Pearmar in the Clhaim I wa, followed by recitations and essays by the pui. which s'ept all befue tero. The n thea gul.st
Mr. Oudney moved the adlutiou of the Resolve. pils, which were received with immense applause i i. P. Nts all before the.y ch:ient h ui:hli.- l,.- -
The Attorney General n.u'cd ant amendment by the audience. inwho isi. Naeda cowithot fesl' or favient, his lbliOe fi.er
lhlecto-which was agreed t,,. A portion of Mozart's Favorites, thou-hm late, duties with c xewplary watiene anr or favour, is oe
Tlhe House resumed. were welcome, funri.Mhed excellent musit at inter- iad the Ass-:-mibly x uopl ctieuce a- d plLefover' s.uc-
Tie Chairman aepoited llit,v, las amended, v u.l, during the evenin-. tet Ass-:.ibly aopted M.neral Lefioy's sut-
rt-ii it w,.s adopted and crd.ied ,i be engrossed, To success of .-ine of tle opuiil is worthy of gesticn, ab,,ut furnishing Mr. Nes with an1 Assist-
and having been eugtossed, a;d tLL- ule regarding noti,--e, especially the Mi-ses Cowens, Pewilhereir ie. wc itht. w ith now hwonl- and Bte:mue.itis, oculy
ihe Irasage of money v.ites supe, ',*:d by unani- and Hdil1, and Mcssi'. Ki.ieg, Mouroe, Darrell and I ic- i- te. Unith e or;. and ecermt .s, oecupy- i
mous consent, iL was read a 'r I :ii- and passed. Brown, one of whoim deserves espe,-ial notice- Iu that or it e. Undet ti.ative sanctioiLunr tvile lfor-
The Attoriney General gavu i.. .. that on the viz., Grauville Darrell-for an Original l.-av oi 01t uor' rns, wut itu ilaun tive action, provided iorn
third leading of the Resolve mining a grant, to Q.ueen Vict-ria's Ru-ig, from Ac-e.ion to the the curn.rent sapeW-visiu ofutublic wots appoint--
Mli. ElizabeLh Ness he will move th.a tihe words close of the Ciimean War'." ing t-. -ichuad -Ierri. of thu ioyil ougiu-
'* ou the late Mr. Neb'ds Accounts wiih the Publio The two prie..s offered during the year for B it- eessur to MiNetps, fpendilng to tha Sle in of a c'-f
having been audited and found correct," be struck ish and Sacred Hi-tory, were taken by Master 'State whether e educeds to the Ser y
SRobert Earley. State whether the reduced salary by 1L.m provided
Adjouined to Monday next. Addresses were made by R. D. Fras-Ir, E-r. will att act aqualifiedp ern-on tooundertake.the duties
AjM.C.P., and W. S. Masters M.C.P at te of colonial -Surveyor. Thlie IuspLctur of Schools,
Orders ; close of the meeting. L mUr the new t -M-. iip.on-has nut had ix
l..esolve in favour of Mrs. Ness. Although the venuing was ex.-e ,hiugivly daTnlP, it- auths e !,xp- d .icC o h.is duti.-.. Though his euer- -
Pr-opcsed Message to Governor relating to His the Hall proved rathr all to acomodte te a little to l Mr. Cl, d do no
LEx.elency's Me.ag, No. 15. audience, which evidently shows thm.e inite-est taken ad ttill nmu. -tu h u- .i!o p,h s that it. ;,l,!i. on u1-
HL,: ,ilCton Gaol Bill, by the pa ishioners ,,f Souti ampton in the edu -I had tl ufair t jur,1 T of tho tl p.?a Of,- i 1 tiiE iv. ul I.\ tlni
1),-ructLion of Cmows Act amendment Bill. tion (:.f the ycouth.At in e e ofp-lu t the newt Educat:uion
_._._-_ ___ -- -- ---_-_-_-- ineerely hoping that the p.,rent. w ill do all in A. t 1. t di .-iep er 1ou"s o 1 I CA t u the outset th i. e
CUL1TOM HOUSE-IHAMILTON. their power to aid Mr. Brown in hi.s efforts authorities at.d tih ieeuer. Board in thle natteis (of
ENTERED. I remain, MIr. Editor, 1 relimi-ar-y expenses ineurrend. Wherever ptatc-it-
Juinnaly 3--Mail Steamer Flaniborough, Fraser, New Youis resplectfully, able it will b. found much better to exercise for-
York ; assorted cargo.-Ageuti, Trott & Cox. AN ADmiEB OF YOUno BERMTUD." bearance, and afford encouragement and even rea-


.-Inbdl, peiila"ijiry-v as-.it-ti;:e, rather than atteinptl W\sLEY.~fM ETHOI'TCTCtrmr.cn-Referencesthere-
to .' if.r-c pealti-s, and d,:h'-fat the true spirit. of to will be found in the Bermuda Almanack 1891,
the act 1iy arou:,ing uune,.essarily any detestation as follows :-Clergy p. 32, Church at Hargis Bay
of it. Wer-: Mr. Siipnl. m eniuragcd in his work p. 65, Church at Bailey's Bay p. 65, Church -t
by a -ort of eo-op-rative vi-itation of the Schools, Tuckers town p. 6S, Church at Warwick p. 69,
the re.-ills would be much more gratifying. The Church at Port Royal p. 70, Church at Somerset p.
lato Judge Foster when on a i isit here last season, 70, new Church inuTown of Hamilton p. 75, Qhurch
intere-ted himself in visitiug the S. hools, aceompa- in St. George's p. S0, Weslevan Mission when and
nied. by Mrs'. Frster. It ii all important that a by whom established p. S8.'
c.:,iu:miniity .-hould be thoroughly instructed in ru-
dimentary kuowldgt, and no pul.li., efforts should PROBABLE REMOVAL or Troop. -rir T HALIFAX.-
lw- wartandn to* at tain that ents During tbe last L O OF T oH ".
wanting' attain that end. Du th General Sir P. L. Macdougall yesterday received a
few years tho education of the masses has wisely cablegram from the Tlome Authorities inquiring if
o,"iliedl fore attention than hbi-ber e-ducati,.u. one regmnient could be spared from this garrison.
This move in the right dire,-tion ii bound to tell ad- understood that ts enquiry is made with a
hvantageouaily. Telm pu ai, of Bernuda havre ne a view to sending one of the regiments now stationed
little to aid elaeentarveducation, and theytare no here to Ireland, and this will probably be done, so
attempting to doa little more than mere placing n that the parting with some of our military friends
the local statute roll plausibleenuaet aent. Private will be sooner than was expected.-Italifax Jour-
efforts and private encouragements have not beeh nal, December 23.
anti n in these Islands in the cause of education,
but public care has, of necessity, more weight and An Havana dispateh says a dispute occurred on
greater per majnence. Buckle lwellsd d that the C i the 13th inst., between the United States Consul at.
progress of civilization in any country depends en- St. Thomas and an American captain. The consul
tirelye a diure iadjuitmen between th Lecql isation shot at the captain and slightly v wounded hiea. The
and the distri6usioa of knowledge. The Legislative latter r afterward waylaid the Corsul in his office and
Council have sat 60 times during the year, and the assaulted him with a theav ca t h.
Assembly 59 times. Thous rh considerable work Jst a he canb
has been done, the time of the members of both WEST COAST OF AFRI A.-Fe siTHE,
houses has been rather heavily taxed. The corn- TEST COAST wF AFRI('A. -bFURTHER.
pwusation to members, though it mounts up in the TROUBLES.- It will be noticed by our extracts
aggregate, cannot be considered adequate for the from English papers that further trouble has cor-
time given to the public service. The short dura- menced on the WEst Coast of Africa. Letters from
tion of the majority of A,.ts passed by the Colonial Acora of November eI- say tlht "Disagreements
Legislature is a fruitful source of supply ofsul.,jects arising between the Colonial Go vernor and the ,-
for Legislative discussion. Short sessions are very tive king, the population, including the Fauteu
desirable, and it is p-rhaps within the power of the assumed a hostile attitude toward the few Earo-
Assembly, by a judicious arrangement of business, pens here. Just as the situation became ciitiel
to secure that object, and to attract mn:mbers who the British gunboats Foam and Dido were si-ghtee,
would be willing to give a reasonable portion of when the king was privately arrested and taken n
their time to public duties, who cannot well do a board one of the v-sels and s. uten ed to sixteen
under existing practice. No progress has been years' imprisonment.
tiade with the jail extension at Hamilton, owing
to tie difficulty of securing the land, one lot being THE REVOLT OF T[:iM BOERS.
held for a minor approaching his majority very LoNDoN, Dec. 29 -Pror. T,. Harting, of tho
closely, and another beinx held for asumwhieh the University of Utrecht, has drafted an addrcsL to
Goverueir demed too high a pticoe. The originalud the British nation, which is receiving numerous
plan of i m ludin thep t present police office was de- signatures in Holland, praying for the re-estab-
iaed from, and, a desn dispensing with that lishment of the independence of the Transvaal.
10rnr lot submitted to the Secretary of State fur The Pall341lite this evening, in an article
the Colonies, who disapproves of the plan, and ro- on the stPall Il ofa:ll this evenin, in an aysrtile
eomnuc ads a scheme similar to the first plan brought on the state of affairsin theTransvaal, says : A
forward, which will now be mo.t likely carried out any time in the paste three years we hbae had it in
with a cou'enient speed, our power to secure peace by concession and justice.
with all convenient speed. l. We red e Berin a on
Th., Quebe- Steamship Company hae main- \e are entering on an expensive and irritating
taied our steam connection with New York, and war of conquest against a people whose injuries we
have at length formed a more ju.-t conception of admit."
our trade. by having a larger and more eounniodi- About 2'00 infantry will go to the Cape- to aug-
o(:iu ship constructed, ready within four months to ment the Ninty-seventh Foot, which is proceeding
tike her plae ou the line. Direo.t steam connea e thither from Gibraltar.
tion with London was opened up in April through LoNON, Dec. 20.-A despafch front Durban
Mesrs. Serntion Sons & Co. mouthly,by the Steam- reports that Major Clarke's 25 men have surren-
shipds Solwn and H11un1-1y,, representred hliere by dered to the Boers at Potchefstroom after 48 hours
N. T. Butterfield & So.us and R. P. Atkins & ('o. ighling. A large force of insugents is advancing
A more ef1iciut servi-ce is contemplated in 1si1, on Utreltct. The Boers have taken Derby. At
Bermusla being touched at on the return ,voyage Uiretcht all persons refusing to join the insur-
from Nassau to London as well as now on the out- gents have been.shot. The English traders' stores
wa-ld trip. The Steam Launch Depatch arrived in have been looted at Potchefstrooa. Only 120
pieces yd the -S S.hrit from Mc-sirs. Yarrow & British troops bold the camp there. Their position
o's. yard-ua.1 put together under Mr. Riley's in- is extremely etitical.
spl)tf ri. at Albulov s Point. whence she was Another dispatch from Durban says that 500
lav tunched on the 22nd June, Mir-. anes haviu thie Boers are watching Newcastle for the purpose of
helhonouro break the botde and name the cratt. On waylaying reinforcements. The Re- public was to
the ht Jutly she waste phlced on the mail service be proclaimed at. Utrecht on ti Loyal fu-
betve(n Haiilton al Irelan! Island-which had gitives are pouring in. The Gb it hbas pro-


iLa Belle idle. for T. F. J. Tucker, Esq., and the all the shops.
DoIntle s, for the Hon. Jas. H. Ti iinghiami. Ooil dnl Th h
tie evtoniug of -July 22 tlwv wer1 launched from ai IReELAND.
below the tIamilton Town Hall, arid quite a larze
asseimblage didi honour Io the o,.c-sion. In addi- LONDON. December 24.-The correspondent of
tiou to the Bermuda Yacht Club Regatta, whiv.h timhe T at at Dublin says: The movement of troip
eventwitcd in the Great suand, Sep. 9th, there haf excited a ve!, uneasy feeling. It is generally
weain Harbour Regattas at both St. Georg,-e's and believed that the Government. possesses information
IIanmilton, and Rowing Coutestsi in Hamuilton 1 warranting apprehension of danger. The Govern-
llarbour., ment has made very complete preparations for any
The crop season of 180 was much more satis- contin.,eeney. Inmense supplies oi b provisions, tents
fa,.tory than could have been anticipated. The dry and other campaigning requi been stored
weather hi a cas- d to several plate almost arn i central depots. It is state al se prepar.
antie loss o sf t o t i-rop, andi to mu p returns be- a ions point to the conclusion lovermen
low the average. A sue.-ession of timly believes that far greater dang i seen lrk
followed by brig-it suushune, mati'red a crop Of behind. A storeship has arrived hfom Woolwich
bions of exeilelit quality, whic- met with a fair with 20,00E rounds of buckshot, a large quantity of
and steady sale. The export value of the crop, ball cartridges and in'renching tools. Another ves-
which shows fared. Iv,n may b-w considered d t sel is shipping a similar cargo at Woolwich for the
have been obtained, and to have placed the agri- new stations at Bruff. Mobile. Carrick-on-shannov
cultural interests on a better fotinzo than umal, and Bally shannon, which will be occupied by troops.
But .ome dedutin -houla d be made,-in ltekin at. These paimtions are well chonsen, being the centrec
the total, for unrealized dve-tures. The Rainfall, of the disturbed dist rcts from v.hich trooe s could
Oct.-April was 22-02 ins. against the ten year aver- operate in various directions. At all the stations
age of 33-70 ins. for the samte period, shewing a where cavalry are quartered w bouit tinfartry the
deficiency of l -6t below the average. The fine supply of ammunition will be increased to fitfty
bright continuous weather was the more relished rouinmds per man.
by our visitors during the season. THE IRISH STATE TRIALS.
The Assembly adjourned out of respect to the DA rcL, Dec. 2oS .-The State t isisu were Irmally
memory of three of its members who died during opened to-day in the Court of c,ueen's Berch be-r
the year. Mr. Samuel Saltus, thoutdh he had re- fore Lord Chief Justice May an Justices iitzger-
tird from artive bu-iness, was still regarded as ald and Barry. The court room e denseyj crowded
takin,- an interest in commercial affairs. In the with spectators. Chief Justice May read an ad-
di.ps.i:ion of his property he was mindful of the dress stating that after the mi-,onception which
Parish o Pembroke, in providincg a Parsonage, and had arisen as to what he bad saii on a former oca.
a property for the benefit of the Poor, of the lion he should not take part in the present trials.
Church in these Ihlauds by eudowi un the Church it contained a vindication of 'ais former speech.
Society with two of his valuable Wa rehouses, of Tbe announcement caused no m -'.nife .atlo .. Alte '-
the cause of eduction by vesting in hisE:ceutors Chief Justice May had finished reading, Justic.
the h.,-mee of hii- real and personal estateto aid Fi'zgerald took the chief seat, ad the tri s wert,.
i ti p *:""a tin ,g th e e ud U ati -n of w h ite persons. M r. i. i ,.u u,1u w i h i .-fi re Ih im I J justice B array .
Johm lHar-ett was fanournrl!y known in active bu. Ohiy 18 out of 24 jurois calls. answered to their
siness, and co.,mmnudod the c,nfidence of his con- names.
stit u,-nis. Mr. nmnt's career was unblemished, \ Agrc t ciowd of people arot:ttdtheapproaehe.
m, ith.,tent health latterly kept nim much in pt ivate. to the Ftour Courts loudly chroted the pro.veIaer


THE LATE A. W. PEROT, ESQR. Iup;n their arrival.
FroTm ih. Demerarir HR:.. aete, Nore ,-er 25. The Attorney Geneia! applied for a postponement
., ,. .,, Noee-. ol tie Iil.,s utiIl to-morrow, because of the short
It is with tleret that we chronicle the death at. at t-ndruee of jurors.
Ihen age of sixty-five of Mr. A. W. Perot, who for Mr. Dlieduinugh, of counsel :or the. traversers,
manhy years oeccupi'd a prominent po-ition in his urged hat it was usual to select a jury of twrav-
eommunit.y. Th, decea,sed eoutlenian breathed his from io- t.ho an ed to -their nan -s J ustic-,
last at.,but five o'lek on Sinidqay morning, and Filzge-ald a greed li at the latter was the regular
was mti-ried at Le Repentir on the afternoon ofthe conirse. Tbree jrom s were tben excused ot account
s, n, day. We have never- in Ge,,rogettlown 5seeu of r'.-are d infirzmitv and Mr. MRacdonogh challenged
sucth fn slsemuj.dae as that which foll.,wed the coffin another.
to the grave: all chls:es of soeIety were represented A legal urgun.ent of more than an hour ensued
Ituim our leading planters, merehants, and officials on Mr. Mr.rdonngh'. challenge. The Court deei-
in their carrinages to the humble sons of toil wbho 1ded that the I'. challenge he Court dllenge
eN'l, on foot. to pay the last mark of respect to one ie<1 the u r waivers bad t numberght to challenge
who hal expended perhaps more in charity than any the ua way a raverrsin nudidber ot take aajurors, but
man in Demerara the consel '(r Le iraversers did not take advan
Mr. Pert. came out hie tny years ago, and ge of this decision to obstruct the course of the
Mr. Por,,t. camne out, h,,e many years ago, and Iti. 'I lie jury consists of eight Catholics, threat
soon w'a offered and accepted a situation as Clerk Potoal consists of eight Catholi
in thle Col'mnial Bnmk : h' -ul.eseqiuntly founded a Protestauns, and one Quaker.
o`m nmi-,iou business, which flom small beginnings .ler the jury bad been constituted the Attor-
Ihe wo,,rked up to it) present state. In his cotmler- ney Gneial opened tIhe case for the Crown in t,
cial tIrains-tions he was the c.oul ot l inour and in- firm but moderate toun.. Hesaid that the object of
togrity, a distiuguishintfi feature in his luode of con- the conspiracy in which the traversers were en-
ducting business was the liberal manner in which he giged was to cause the social excommunication of
treated his employee., a nur.her- nf persons, and to make their lives uot
In hi.s prlivate. life he was singularly simple and (,th h 11e having. He pointed out the absurdity
uuniatentadioius, mixing but little in society, of the idea of pacelling out Ireland among a popu-
He yearly expended immense iamnieunts in charity lalion of 5,000,000, which would only add to the
and many (.1 the poor und tnedy will find that in mis'-ry f the unfortunate country. He severely
him they have lou, t a friend indeed. cfiiicnin.edl the pr.licy of the Land League, which
NI better proof could he adduced oe the high es- be said advocated freedom, yet brought all its pow-
tiuatiuni in which the decensed- was held than the erms to bh,-r i tb:e coercion of private individuals.
itumn.e crowd wiho flocked to his funeral. Th" Gov ,rnyroit. ht. aid, were Iui.nd to institute
----- prLc.. d: t put I)tlown the wicked agitation.
Tho, Goveruor General iof Kharkoff, Russia, states A great crowd ch-ered the traiersers on the ad.
that during, the ver- 1657 iieveni thou'wand inhablitantit journnimen of tho ( court.
oft th-,t pr.,vinee died of diphtheria a.d 5,50u during A,rui,/,i. the Algitators for their (,'res.-Lox-
the first ti mothll. of 1.8:-.. DoN, Dec. 2(1.-A ccrrespondnit, at Dublin says :
The report that Herr Weltendoif, the Prussian "' he first day of the State trials has been remaik-
off-ier w'ho undertook the form inof Turkishfinances able only lor gloom and dullness. Those who ex-
laid given up hi8 mis sion jti a hopeless task, is un- pectd that the city would be full of excitement,
founded, tht4 thousands would assemble in the street, and


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
COONA SERTY OFFICE


that lhe court would be hbesieted by an ea'er mul-
litude clomnorine for ndmiis.-inn, were sadly disap-
poitled. There has not been the slightest mani-
fcsI ik.l f of public feeling beyond a gathering of
i 0 ,persons of the lowest classes on the
, tin'e vicinity or the courts. The absence of
arn' sympathy with the cause or interest in t.bhe
prmo.edinus on the part of .repspr.clable citizens was
vriy significant, nazdt presence' to those who re-
einiewtied the O'Connell trial a veiy striking con-
DruLIN, Dec. 29.-Several of the traversors, in-
eluding Mr. Parnell, were not present at the re-
orir.g of the paOcecdinps in the State trials to-
day. Mr. Law, the Attorney General, continued
biM address, explaining the law bearing upon the
,ckonstitlntion of any association, political or other-
wise. Mr. Law referred to the bumble occupations
of most of the traverserp, and said doubtlls they
found agitation more profitable. He warmly de-
nouncel the agitation as an intolerable conspiracy.
The intention of the Government, he said, in in-
stituting these proe.-edirps was to protect (bthe rich
and poor like from a frightful tyianny that re-
spected neither life nor property. The people had
been told not to except Mr. O'Connell's dictum
that no reform was worth a drop of blood, and a
few days niler they were thus advised Ferrick, the
huiliff, was shot at Ballii robe. The remarks of
Mr. Law at this point caused considerable feeling
in the court, especially wbhn he q(oited the report-
cd words ol J. W. Nal!'y, cue of the traversers,
that Fer.ick's murder was worth n hundred
speeches." Mr. Lraw fmutber stigmatized the pro-
ceediig of the Land Languers as a capital plan
for reducing society to the original chlio- and
.laioinpg about Communism. He particularly
pointed to Mescsrs. lrenuan, Bovton. Gordon,
O'Sullivan, and Nally rs agitating with a view
to pecunialy profit. iHe quoted Mr. Nally's vio-
lent speech hich immediately preceded Ferrick's
inueder, anrd then proceeded to deal with the vio-
lent ipeechea attributed to Messrs. Dillon and Par-
nell, both of whom had said the people had the
remedy foi their grievances in their own hands.
The fotn(r, he said, had advised them to put no
faith in the British Parliament, but to drill. He
cited various other pa-ssages in speeches by these
two members of Parliament as exasperating the
people into spoliation and murder. Hfie quoted,
amid general laughter, from the speech of Mr.
Jiggar, who said le did i ot rtcommnend th 3 hoot-
ing of landlords becans? the lirong nmiu had been
sometimes shol. After quoting Mr. Huaris's re-
commendation to the peasantry to emuilte the ex-
ample of the French in 1793, he said : In a word
the Land League is founm, d upon a basis of sedi-
tlion and treason." Mr. Parnell, who is given to
expressing his opinions moderately, had him-
relf declared that either Ithe landlords or the peo-
ple must go, and it I u;d be for the people them-
selves to decide which.
The cou t adjourned a', 3-30 P.M. because Mr.
Law was fatigued. Mr. Parnell was loudly
cheered on leading the court.
It seems that the Norwegian ship Juno, which was
seized by tihe customs authorities at the mouth of
the Shannonu, Ireland. o'n W ied'sday last, had start-
ed t'r'in Qeenstowun for New York, but wvaIs driven
back into the Shannon by stress of weather. The
customs authorities took charge of the vessel as a
natural re-sult of the character of her cargo. There
does not iem to have been any surreptitious attempt
to land arms, though the presence of a considerable?
number of Irish Americans in th;atdistrict at, the mno-
ient is pointed to as a singular coincidence.
A dispatch lrom Dublin to the fall Mall ,Gttle
this evening says : "The activity shown by the Gov-
ermuent lhas done a good deal to create a feeling of
recovering confidence. There have been varoims
and somewhat vigorous attempts to enforce the law
against persons attempting to intimidate others from
offering good. in the markets. The authorities are
getting more help 1tom local magistrates."
DUBLIN, December 27.-The Home Rule mentm-
bers of Patliaiment held a meeting at the City Hall
to-day, Mr. E.Duyer Gray presiding. Thirty-seven
members.were present. Mr. Charles S. Parnell was
elected chairman of the party. Mr. Parnell proposed
that a vice-president be chosen, as he might be un--
able to attend Parliament. Mr. Justin McCartbh
was then elected vice-chairman. A resolution was
carried pledging the members to consult together on
important, questions and to abide by the decision of
the majority. A resolution was also Adopted binding
the members to sit iu opposition to every uoverument
that refuses the just demands of the Irish people,
especially that for legislative independence.
When Mr. Parnell, ou coming out of the meeting
entered his carriage, the crowd detached the horses
and drew the carriage through several streets.
LONDON, Deer. 28.-The Standard's Dublin uor-
resp)ondeut reports that mauy of the jurors in the
State trials are securely Boycotted, and will be un-
able to answer to their names when called.
The Honorable Mrs. Dunlop and daughter have
been fired at in Moblhasterboice, county Loutb, but
neither was hurt. Their at'ailant fled. Miss Dun-
lop secured his gun.
A dispatch from Rome to the Times says: The
publication ot the note in the Oaservatore iomiano, in
which the Pope deplores the serious ebaracter of
the agitation in Ireland is the one topic of conversa-
tion among the British Catholies here. These are
divided into two groups-the active sympathizers
withlb the Laud League and those who feelb how seri-
ous raay he the consequences to Catholicism in Great
Britain should the Pope be supposed to favor the


movement in Ireland. The latter are greatly in the
majority. The Irish colleges, which have constant
access to the Vatican and have influence with the
clerical press, spare uno effort to convince the Pope
that the agitation is legitimate, and that. the condi-
tion of Ireland is grossly exaggerated by the London
press."
LONDON, Dec. 29.--At Weslport, Ireland, lust
night. several soldiers were badly beaten by a mob.
Michael and William Burke and John Hanberry
have been arrested at Clonbur on a charge ol
complicity in the u murder of Loid Mountmorres.
A monster land meeting was to have been held
to-day in Clare, but it was prohibited by the au-
thorities. A thousand persona assembled, but
were quietly dispersed by the Police.
LONDON, Dec. 30.-The Stnadard states that a
further dispatch of troops to litland is probable.
The Admiralty request that the War Office arrange
lor a relief of the nmaiues on service in Ireland, as
the detention of so nimnny marines there causes
great inconvenience to the Navy.
A Dublin correspondent says: "The military
authorities ate adopting extraordinary precautions,
and the extensive charucler of the arrangements
appears to indicate grave apprehensions of immi-
-nc-nt danger. All the Ircops aie confined to their
barracks. The guard pickets have ltcen augmnen-
ted. Inlrenching tools and lantei ns have been
setived out for the use of patrols, in bthe event of
the gass being cut oit fiom afy of the barraclis.
There are now heie 2;50 .flicets, t6,0(0 mnen, 1,0u00
horses, and 16; guns-the Cfoi;.r of the lriti6h'
Army-besides strong bodies ui constabulary.
A magisterial investigation is goim. .-n at L;i,:-
ciick into the conduct of a Corporal o! the A.nry,
aho Bas natt'ied for ilfle al drilling.
even hundeil aorsiibel s oI t.f i unaci.Ateliil cxe-
cutive of Itelarid ieccmly sea; Ali. tjilaistun a
memorial ieclariitg tint the a: ul laiwles.sess
existing in the country requires the iminedi.te at-
tcntion of the Government. Mr. Gladbtone has
replied that Parliament will deal with the subject.


igq We are requested to give notice that the
next ArT h1loE," of the Royal Eungineers is post-
poned from the 12th to the 19th inst.

BERMUDA IHUNT FIXTURES.
MEET AT 3 F.M. FINrI*.
Tri Y, he FlattsVill ( Dr.Outerbridge'
6th Jany. e a g Bailey's Bay.
TUESDAY, } Smith's Church... .Clermont, Paget,
11 th Jany.
TuRtSDAY, Prospect Cricket I Spittal Ponds.
20th Jany. Grouud
TUSDAY,. Warwick Camp. ...Clifton, Prospect.
2-5th Jany. 1
DIED, in Hamilton Parish, on the 25th of December,
SAMULL TWAITES, infant son of Uenjamin and Delaner
Trott, aged 23 months.
OUTERBRIDGE.-AL New York, on Sunday, Decoem-
ber 19, after a long illness. ELL.N LYDIA, the beloved
wife of A. Emilius Outerbiidge, and daughter of the
late Samuel Roosevelt, in the '2Sth year of her age.


BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
UNDER THE BIG SHED,
At 12 o'clock, M.,


On Thursday next,
The 6th Instant,
. I I-PARIELS Garnet POTATOES
50 B_ 25 Barrels Table POTATOES
50 Sugar Cured HAMS
25 Barrels S. F. FLOUR
20 Tubs Halifax and New York BUTTER
8 Sacks East India RICE
5 Half-Hhds. London PORTER
3 IHhds. Edinburgh ALE
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
2 Half-Bls. Picklkd CODFISH
10 Kits No. 1 Family MACKEREL
10 Kits Pickled TROUT-very nice
10 Kits TONGUES and SOUNDS
10 Kits Pickled SALMON
10 Kits Large No. 1 HERRINGS
5 Half-Bls. No. I HERRINGS
10 Bls. and Half-Bls. MACKEREL
5 Half-Chests Oohlong TEA.
25 Gss Cormb l MATCHES
Tins BISCUITS Boxes BfSCUITS
Boxes TOBACCO, 14's
3 BIs. Kerosji.ne OIL
1 Boat's MAINSAIL
1 Boat's JIB
1 Goo00d Farm


1 BUGGY, to seat. two
1 YOUNG IMPORTED

Q Cow anid Calf,


1 ]Ialihx COOW
1 Superior Berkslhire SOW'
And a great many other GOODS
appear at the Sale.
B. W. WA LKER &I
A


HIamilton, January 4, 18Sl.

Ale. Ale.
By Auct


Under the Big" .hed. 1 IV ill Ssll,
sf r. I UC 0' V ,

On Friday next,
ath Instant, at I I o'clock,

32 Hhds. ALE,
Now Landing by Steamer.
Particular s by Handbills To-morrow.
W. J. HENEY,
ALuctioneer.
Hamilton, Jany. 4th, 1881.

Notice.

A'T litis busy season we remind the Farmers
S of o,'d orflers to supply to theiim n very
Umoderate lterus
GARNET PO0TATO'ES-" John
Nix's lIraind"
;A .R NETI'OA'iOiES --" Trait's Star Brand"
S.-(UTt ERN FER'TIll!ZIt-R-Tl.is lately has
iuat irt d quite a repultaio i ;s being valu-
able for Early Rose Poltat.io Crtips.
TiO' TTI & C OX.
Haniiltit, IermudaJu, Janny 4, '881.-2
Colonist" t iice.

A notice.

S LI, l).M \NIS n;irni..t iIte E state of the
Al l:t. hillII' N. E-S, l.-,Qi;., are te-
quetedl to be ,enit into) the Ui.,vrsi.;cned by the
1st f"cbruary easitiing; antd all l.'rsui., IN-
i)DE I'ED t thile sIa I'.staltu ill1 'pl'ae settle
the same by the above ,iate.
ELIZAll'ETIT A'ESS.
\Vat \ick Parii-h, Jatny. 3'l, If^!.--"

Kerosene Oil.

Kei osene Oil.

Barrels Kerosene Oil,
(1t1'ereid for vle by the U!ndersigintd.
J. 7'. I)D RIEI.IL CO.
II1niailtoln, I'ce. 27tii, !8.l l. -- 3p.
Fo I ct-


[litce.


that iw'ill.


elt!ierqr.


I',i~. [j~~jj N tLcflV,'a(lo S U G AXI'l.
At LOW !';iL.F ror CaIi
JOIIj' I B 0 11J S.





Of vc Y` Ii perlo' (4Qiii Ii v.
400 Barrels (if' ml ue ativceoirvi ed -it Low lH-ati
by
S. S. 1. NG H.Ic.ulJ


Notice.
Ij II E.1Jtders -ned rcei Ists ( tat all A %C-
CU NT8 3avnaiis! lim i fhtw 60 be se it
iin for SYIF11m jti4 N I hU'll u Fr b -wc 241hL
Iiistaitl, alrI t c h Audlaic !11 It (bieic will be Lu ken
of aty BliIs ictid.ied Ug tin, i himt ; nd Per-swii
INDI) 1K iT kI I to him n, ro rt q Lt,. O d c10 I
their W (COUN '.,; by the ahlove dine (ot- they
will hie placed i~i Leg.;I hat ,Is 1'or :illectiont.
C.)H N 1BA\ItUI'T 1'
I ast l'roadw v-`I [iiiltunt
January 41It 16: i -:3
A.Notices

()N or ahe'u Iiho .3rd Novemtb-.:r last 'T'WO
TENT'S %% t-re lthmovedl from ithe S"IIILILY
IhY V. A'LL cm ui A ii), l'rci nior t ersm-iS
who mmay' give such iu.:'ormn:i:ion -.,sA'xill l.-:d it)
tile hCeovery of tile snix.vN:I be Z' uit htily Et c-


t Ioitiluu, Jmqi. 3rd,I I

\VaIntc( to IfIire,

lVur at Iistruznentitin hir Ci-nitdiime,
A ngoo(!sEunta will be palkl.
Appl to J. F. FLAUGG,




J. ;oiice.

F1r1A,!*V aiIc, o ). A,'ft,


C11ty ill rd, M t1'.81 i.- li January 3fidk!, .-


Notice.


INeir York $Jl(tl Steamecr.


|1 llthe 1M.1ivcr. .Aldenmien and Corniion i lie Stela er
Council of' tie 'To e' of llani ilton, P e ' t7
""(""la mborou,
rhe Freeholders
Of the said Tomwv :ire riquestod ,) meet at the Capliin Fr'ss r,
"TOWN H .L Will 'five hence at I P'.M., a1m

ON THURSDAY, T H U R S DA Y,
6 .h J.anu ry, iproxiii N -.XT, the Gith lnst:t'.t,


At 11 o'clock, --cm.,I
TPO Elect fleIhe aor, AVilermicil 111dCinOn111
Council for tfile listdo-year.
N.A.IV IU IE D
Ilkyor.
11t1a nditoo, Dc-e-, 7, I SSQ.
N 011


IT i nReqiesie, 'that t .-F Al S against the
S OFFIC EIL MI ;S, 99th Regim.ent, be
sent tI theo Utide signed iv'liont dl ay.
B. E. "WINTER,
Lieutcn iutt 99th RegI.
I'rosp'ct, 4th Ja y., I~l,.. ,-- pd

1-Pembrok G rain-
1mar 1Sc1 O
SWIt.lL P EN ;

-pc.


J.UA1A.HY I
c 1iI
Jamnuary4,18I-


F. L CL1IV


Notice.

SHIE ANNUAL (4ENMAL MEETING of
the BERMUDA .ROiTlNG CLUB," will
be held at the Office ot.&f. RAY,. ESQo.,
Hamnilton, on
Friday next, 7th instant,
tit 3'-'3 p.m .
F. LENNC'K'K GODET,
1dI.orary Secretary.
Htatilton, 3rd Jauariay, 1S. o

'I'llE ANNUAl, GENERAL
.I EEI'1 N ot the
Royal ilermuda Tacht Club
\'ill lbe Ihd on

FRIDAY. NEXT,
A t I : '. .
RlE(,NALD GRAY,
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To leave New York for return on
Thursday the 13th I instant.
Freight, Parcels, Specie, on Freight, will
be received until ti p.m., the 5th instant, and
Bills of I.ding I'.r freighlit will e signed until 10
.i ., Gtilh instalint.
Passenger ilage will le removed at 30
minutes palt t12, i .onp .6th itistant.
TRO TT .. COX,
; Agents.
Ilantilton, Bermudo, Ist .Jany., 181.
Coeonist" copy once.

SUGAR SUGAR.

Good 3liiscovado Sugar,
Via New Yoik.
Single Bairrels at 27/ per i(li-) I.s.
Five linrrels at "-6/ per 100 Lbs.
Will be ready fur Delivery on 7th listunt, in

Tor'T & Cox.
I lantiiton, BermnI;,
3rdJhny., 1IS1.-1 \


Colonist"e ecpy once.

For Sale.
f nimalayaf from Glasgow,
IIisinment of 50 barrels Bottled


li, Quarls and Pints.
Very Low for Casl.
JOHN F. BURRO WS.
Ilaniilton, 3rd Jaty., 1881.-2


M rs B u r ton,
Professor o M lusic and Singing,
frr3 London,
Plriv:ite L.ssoin at her Hlome or l'upis' Ilesi-
dences.
Tcrnis Moderate.
'| erial arraiinmet-ls to Schools and FA milica.
Suoines and I evening l'Pa'tics attenido.1 as
Plian11i.-le.
F'or TeT41i, &e., Rad4iw 0- or apply to MRIS.
lUlt' il'R N, North Shore.
i december 7th, l '?S.-:in


.1 IHare (Chance.

The c Subscriber0't 0/jelr w Sale,

20 Valuzible Ihhildilg


1It. Pe'hjr'Jkc I'iiish, about tone Mile cfromt I lin-
ilLO1'1
At a Re.i soil b, c price i mplie)1md for itin cdi-

Tbec L Iokis re ill r iL cla~s mitii aIdesnt
~itin.~imanid worth the attention Of I mivestms.
S. A. -S.%I I Hi,

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Ex eS. S. H I MI3 1,3 Y.1
FROM '11-;NIION,
And O)ffered for ':-.Le at Lnv Ratei,
QIJA "ITER CAISKES IHltiliti(" IN
Qu.marter Cmislh B ruwn Ii R AN 1)
(4tarier Caslks Pale EHIA ND)
1Bo c.3 M(,tkld S OA P
Ibox(.i.': permn CANDL~ES
J. J7I.,D3 R RE L L 0.
112111 illon), Dec. 2101,)I1880.-3 31)

For "Sale.


A. C A RRI A GE,
hii good Coundition to :`-Ratl'uur Persons.

I )tptzv. uiln. Gell. ROBiEu .m..N, St. (ITeorye 's.


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No-1tice


Concerning Freight per dispatch '
To Irtlnid andi Buaz sland-.

' I111 Undvi-siinei respectlully 6 ves notice
I I frui, the lic sent date no parcels or
.liher is can be taken by the Steam Launch
" Dep,t ..." unless thle carriage is prepaid, ex-
cepi iii a i s 'i h.'re at mnthily settlement hIas
bet-c i i njiett upoin ii ili I r. Iiley.
S. S. INGHAM1, JR*.
l :tniil(tJ, '01hl DPec., I t60.- 3|)

UN(C:1I\I"DI) LE I'TEit IN T"HE I'OsTr tlF-
-t'l;E, ST. GEtU1..E'6, Jar.y. 3, IS l.
ue., (a-irmr, F ink F Gracey, Saral Haywood,
EvaJrnnings (cart of W Case),) JoL F I.i-lh'buui,
Jnaquin I, Mu11 ''ianuthly Trott, Januts 'albot, Jas F Wright, Edw
\\'ilson.


COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
lat January, 18i1.

Blue Book for 1880.

I IS EXCELLENCE THE GOVERNOR
has directed the Colonial Secretary to
give nutivc to all Offleers who have cus1tom-
arily beci called upon to futnishb RetUma for
th, BLUE ]OOK, that payment of Silary
will be suspended in the case of any Paid
Officer who may, by delaying to aupiply the
Colonial Secretary with tlei said Returns,
. cause the completion of the Blue Book to be
retarded.
The Forms for furnishing such Returis have
already been distributed.
His Excelleney expects that every Officer
will furnish his Retutnm to the Colonial o.-
cretary by the 15th instant.
SBy Js Escekleny's Cowt'mand,
R. E. WEa|mg,
Coloaia! ntrctary.

Colonial &cretary's f7P e,
1ST JANUARY, 1 .
HE following ACTS have bee dring thby
the Legislature of Bermuda during the
present Session:-
I SSO.-Session II.
No. 20-An Act concernig the use of &t
Great Seal of these IslanudE in certain
cases.
(In force indefinitely.)
21--Au Act to regulate the Trnsts of the Wes-
leyan Methodist Church in these lands.
(In foe indefinitely.)
22-The Consui tA, 188I
(In force indefinitely.)
23-An Act for the ftrther protection and pro-
servation of Small Birds.
(In force indefinitely.)
24-An Act Regulating Quarautine.
(In forte to sta34 omuber, 1800.)
R. E. W48STER,
Coloial Secretary.


Commissariat Officm
HAMILTON, let Jany., 1881.
T1E DISTRICT COMMISSARY O ENP
RAL will receive Tenders, in duplicate,
up to 12 o'clock, noon, out the dates specified*
from Persons desirous of Tendering for thj0-
dermentioned
SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
For the War Department,
For a period of 12 months, from Ist April,
1881.

On Monday, 17th Janu-
uary, 1881,
Hospital, Pison and (Hamilton District
optal, ison a St. GeMwe's "
Bakery Supplies Ireland I d '
Forage Co(.mmand
Fuel Wood
Kerosene and Whale Oil "
Water for Drinking
Water for Pioneer" "
Coarse Salt
Malt Hops
Horse Bedding
Lime "
Cotton Wick


On Wednesday,
January, 1881,


Stable Manure, purchase oi
Shoeing Horses
Washing and Repairing
Bedding, &c. p
Sweeping Chimneys and f
Flues,


19 th


St. George's
Ireland I'd.
Hamialton
St. George's

Hamilton
St. George's
Ireland I'd.


Hamilton
EmptyingAshandSoilPits St. Georg
Ireland I'
( Hamilton
Earth Closet Service St. Georg
( Ireland I'
Purchase of Hospital Kit- Hamilton
then 'Refuse, &c. I
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Do. DO.
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lireland I'dl.


Purchase of Empty Flour and Kerosene Oil
Barrels in the whole Command, or at the dif-
fern lit Stations oi Hamilton, St. George's and
Ireland Island.

On Monday, 24th Janu-

ary, 1881,
Supply of Hardware for Royal Engineer De-
partment.
Forms of Tender, with all information, can
be obtained between the hours of 10 a.m. and
2 p.m. daily, on a written or personal applica-
tion to the District Commissary Gtneral, up
to the day previous to the opening of each set
of Tenders.
No Tender will be entertained unless made
upon the proper form, obtained as above; and
when sent in each set of Tenders must be pro-
perly enclosed in envelopes, and addressed to
the Dis'TrIcT COMMISSARY GENERAL, Hamil-
ton, and marked on the outside Tender for
Hospital Supplies," "Forage," as the case
may be.
The DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL e0-
serves the right of rejecting any or all of thQ
Tenders.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
A. C. G.,
Ditrictl ommisary General.
" Colonist" of 5th Jany., the bill to Royal
Gazette."
UN'l.,:.IMEDL I.EIFE!tS IN THIlE POST OP.
FICE H.1A ILTON, lt .lny., 1881.
Bermml h 1Bik, .Jsep[h liasden, Ann L ilurrows,
Henry Iltven, MNIr C(2aiip ,'ll, .A I)alghvi-r, F'raher
lI shwisi Brig Daun:1 .s," E ,ily Elin, R,
ELll.s, J 1uins Fuhler, W in lF'oster, II A A ;ralnham,
C W F I l;P yr,"l hon,s .locll, "Louis,'" It M iller,
L-.. iipoldiW tleitiri (, \V J Itivman, Mrs J 1. I(oLin-
son, IG t,.ib't.i, J,.seph'li iobiulbonl, I I t 1 '-, Sazah
A.ini I Iihyinor, Mr Siiinh (Piloi), Jus .Ih l'u-.ker.
George Trott, Win II Tucker, livd John I'u*o,
Janies A1 Watdson, Wmi H Williams, Me ia Wifir,
Ann Younig.


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IMMII.E! L'S CHOICE P ERRfU-
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LAll ElEL'S.: TOILET VINLG\AR, a pleasant
l tonic and rc!;e.hiig dJjuiict to the Toil and
a'lli, a re\ i\ icn e an l ,nid powtrr l dt-l!fuclant
For \v:rm icimiltes it i, iuvaliiibl)e'.
IdIJEIL'L LT .LEI.B1I.TED LAVENDER
VVATER.
H,1.111.L'u S TREBLE DISTILLED E \U DE
COLoUNF.
R I IMEL'S MUCHl I.li'RO'VED FLORIDA
W\VATI:n.
l,\iM:l'.-s JOCKf" S.'i.LUB and other fra-
ruat Pert'fmne.
i: ,\I FL'3 LI\E Ji'EL11 and11 GLtC'ERINE
.'iv- 1. ii1e ha.ir a I)e itlil'ui -:!iss anti impli .:ts an
agre,'** ,lR e eoolnes. fo ihie Ie.,1.
hti i IEI.'S PURiE '.\V I'I'TE GLY(t'I:{INE
:)-OlP TILIA, IlROW'N \V.'IND.-l)O, lHONEVY,
A.\l.Ni LE' TIUC CO.\L-T.\AtP, ad-'other
'',iIet ;-'(o ., in hars nr c il;,?.
RI\1 ,l .L, VlELNIN'Ti,, ViOILE't, RICE,
i:OF.-L F.AF andJ other TOI LET PO 'VDEl.S, in
i,,, r i'", i ;,i i .n p.i',kets.
Sif iEL'S. -\QU.iADENTINE cleans, wvhitens
iill jrl' i-fvec lh, tl eeth i' _-", r'r .c Ihi e Iiirmli i amid
-Je,-'_ Cn. a 1imC!Il,.
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in al Air purifier, a fr:-urai t ['o.v. -. }h .liff .-ei
!he I;.. iiv aind ref' i n. .:o !e-i: i .; i i is of the Pine
.iiil ELi! r lypfin; Forests.
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I'l Ti lE MOS' MODERATE Lit'IES,
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P; I'EVIX INSI'RA. NCECO.1/PA .4
of London,
')Oe f the longest E'stablished and Wealihiec
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PEROR AEY, isE ,
celebrated for neay a ntuy past, is of
*the very best English maniracturre. For Ul
purity and groao t eseelleuce it bas ebtaized
the following e
ATINEXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. -
London, 1862. Paris, 1867. CTrdoia, 1872.
Lima,1872. Vianna,187e3.-Phila.lelphia,1876. p
| GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 18A78.
SATKINSONS' CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
t THE HANDKERCHIEF. I
WHITE ROSE, FRANOIPANNE, YLAOYLANSA I
SSTEPHAKOTIS, OPOPAHAX, eJOKEY CUTW, U
BOUQUET, TREVOL, I.AGNOLIA, JASMIN, W .OO
IE VIOtIT, TOLD MEDAL CBOUQUiT, '
and all other odours of the finest quality =rl. y.
.AT'i E 0SONS''
COLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE
Is strongly recommended, being more lasting
p and fragrant than the Germkn kinde.

OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
celebrated for so many yeArs, continues to ,toe
made as boretofofe It is strongly Perfiumtd,
and will be found very durable in use..
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEOAIi, .
a new and indispensable Toilet accompani-
i mnet, and most refreidng Perfume for the
ATI NS Handlkerchief,
| ATKINSB'S WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTi,
Sand other Speciabhlcand general articles of
Perfumery may b. obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of-the manu.
flacturers,
.3. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
'f ~ Price List F',.' on 4ppZl'i.t ion.
, t, o ntr l, it4 b o ekv'i;. thai eath ariel. is
Slabelled with ihe 1 r's Trade M.erkt.a "White T






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Ti L. BERM..UDAR:K77 .. AIZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DoI ,LNALD M'PHEE LEE,
I':-i,-er to the Queeu'i Most Excellent
laojesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
North.e-i. Cornerof itid and Burnaby I-trvets,
Hamilton.
where Phlanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
primed at the shortest notice.-Agent
at Sl. Georzts for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORG'E EOYLE Sot, lWest End,
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