Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00054
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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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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BERMIUDA (..)MMERCIAL AN) GENERAL AD VETISER AND RECORDER.


No. 2.-T61, LZV. STATE SUPER1LVXIAS~~'A 2s e m


BERMlI1DA.
Proceedings of the Legislative Council.
Tuesday, 4th January, lbSi.--Pursuant to .d- L.
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Jos;ah Rees, Chief Justice, rHE DIS
President; AL
The Honorable A.. J. Musson.
iWm. H.Goling;, il to1:2 r,'.
.lames H. riin:gham, fr'-.io P1iso
Eucgeniu. Hariey, dlern-.ifntioi
Joseph iHlrvy, S( PP
James 'T[uel er, Recr. Gent., I
(}. S. ''Tucker,
"1 H. E. WVebste', Col. Secy. For a .,rio
The three following Resolves wore brought up
from the House of Atcmnblv and sevrally lead the
first Lime: O
A Resolve for paying to Mr. Lane, Mail Con. -O l
tractor, the sum of S being the charge for put-
ting on an extra carrriage between Hamilton and
St. George's when the Caueway Blidges were Hoslitail. P
damaged by a storm, Bakery S
"A' Resolve for. piyin to the Stewards of the
British Methodist Episcopal Church the amount Forage
granted by Law during hbo irderval betw-.n the iniFuel \Vrhe.l
departure of thle lat, liniater and the arr vai l of ] (.r., : .1
the present Minister, A0. W-t'-r 'for I
And, WVati.r f,-,r '
A Resolve granting Io Mr. S. S. Toddiugs the CI trse' N -
sum of 40 for repoitihg th lio- bates ol thi House Iil-t II,,1s
of Assembly. --
A Bill entitled An Act to provide for the maink- Hirs.'e 11'
ing of all Packages of VE:geiable Produce to be Li -.
shipped from these Islands," was also brought up Cotton W\\i'
from the IHouse of Assembly and read the fist
Lime- (,)
The Resolve providing the sum of 2 14/ for de- -
frayi.',g the e:--t of the carriage hire of th e Official
Vi.iitors to tha Lunaiic .\sylum, was read the s-
cond time. I StilI- Man
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. Triminiham in the (..hair. Showing IIi
The Committte rose.e Wa.hingo ;.
'1'ha House resumed. Doing,
Th.3 Chairman reported the RIsolve without
amendment. Sw'-'-ping C
The House adopted the Repoi t, and the Rule as Fluis,.
to several readings of Bills and Resolutions on the
ame day having been suspended by unanimous con-
sent, the Resolve was then reIT< the third time and Emptying..
passed, and ordered to be laid before H is Excellen-
cy the Governor by the liHon. R. E. Webster.
Ordered, that the Bill for u parking packages of Earthl Cl-)
Vegetable Produce be set down lor thrf second
reading on next day o meeting. i Putt rcbhase '"
Adjourned to Tuesday n'.xt, th'e 11lh inrsant, at t.1-hu 1r,,..f
11- a.m. D


Notice.


ITA'AMILTO N, 1,;f *jany.. i'I
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able' for Early IHOi-CPIut '.tbn-'il Ith 1ITP-.) ') 'n
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.JANUARY 0, 1631.

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.131Is. Bright M uscovado SUGARI.
At Low H~ates 1f6r.CL-h1.
JOWN F nud''I~ows.t
1-lamiiton, 3rd jaw'~, I''



Professor of N- usic anid Snzi
from Londun,
I'rivqte Lessous tim .Lhr I oine or I'itivi-$ Hes
dences.
Terms Moderate.
Special irraip-mic-nts L) Schoolhi arid ['aolIlk's.
Soirees and Eveninig Pariies at teml~dL 161
P iat mste.
For Tet-in-s, &c.. ddrp~s o(r 9pplY to :'%I[S
BURTION, Nortit Shore.
D. c*-'nier 7,th, 163S0.-&-1~

INotice.


F~or JSalt.,Or I l
On .eouuIlu~'en

Till E PE ES$"
mum. In Pt-mIroke P irkh,
Lieyoct tpie(I by 1,b-. i Itkinslr .-ju*
For fu~rther Paoiticlar I..n apply to
riFOI]IAS -MILLER,

January 3rd, 18613-l-


upon01 tilhri*. prt-'1 ftn-11mIj~.A I i-2.h1jas IJ'v'! ,lut"I


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TICkC, Guidle antI kl h'tcti'v, IJhel, cilpt'inmted ii)
Ishevet form for the etinveuuioixe-fte li 2rt';u -
tile Public-, aidwill be-,lde501at rhe poi-l'iotkr price
of "d., to enmable ev-u'r .i e 1)p., rI ICi i
lduii1-self, with a Copy. I kitly appiicat~tiol *"i')rlt
i-t made, :1-3 on ly :a li mited F mi;nb.- r iaf .itii
havo been pr-inial
1iI-ites of At rival wid Departu,(- of N-. Vrt k

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iii "t1,J JaarlvL-n ; Postal [Lu Os,I -tit Ia:,\ C
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I ST JANUARLY, ISM1.
T HE f.'1I:win- ACT_`S lhave been pasi"d-by
t h, I-,-isl it mc. of ]3.-mim'la (luring tht


1;_ 21-.XAn Act -,mcicruling the use ofA*h
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?v'JothoI* iv,'1iC (2iurh i iithes~e Islands.
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S I V: t i t tI StIJ)f i i lI1IB irds.


Jo f~v' to 1st 111h bc'r, 1890.)
It. E. WEBSTER,
Coloi)l al Secrettary.












Thh~e otatoe~s.

Just, Received, in Prime Order.
SUPERIOR TABLE



A~t 1.cwc-: Iarket Price.
l'';eciini alws toArc) and Navy Cantteens
a~i i
*IV. 11. JAIiES,
42 Frrwit Stiest,
II aun lion, N(-;,criler 8. 89.



The J3ermudzia Sook and Sheet4

ALAANACKS.

r 1111E Bermutda Bjiok and Shee-t ALMAN.
I ACKS f'r I8 ISI, will be readfy for deli-very
TO-M'1ORI{OW (Wcdne,?day), and caw be ob,
taiiied at iNIebsrs. (ji01W.GI: 13YL1: & SON'S, St.
G e o rae'S 71 1 R. I1Z.CG itL 1WA v, CI te f W a rd.
er, R~oy:il Nnivoi Yard ; of the sever-1d Carriers
Of Lhc. 41 Uoyal Gazette," and at the R~oyal
C'azc~t "atalonl'ry SLore.



A CARD.~

THEl U,-ilderhiglitd respectfully direct-i tha
att uta of't, (ic* f1 Co rlP.S (
rlP iM.- FttiI A thin fct that for some yemas past'
Ikc has I ullc~i, clect,2j 1 III! the I Icutsp of.
Sil. M. 6L 1. S. Thurber & Coil)
E .o~i Iipor:t, n. nn,-). Xlainufacturcrs ot Food
P'r d u iic tIz
Wvit 1, coA v.L i-id'and I I tudion Streets,
Nev, York City.
An td ti ri i-itcrhat i. I cii is a tended personally to
the e\d~t(.ciil of lBci mit-a (Orde.r~s, so that lie is
piricticn liv uyuin ,a %i ii tht, a nt,;of' that Island
ill all thbtri Iel t., tiPow.,, ioducts and (3ro-


I I~lt~iii N~arT~~er8. I&S i..

kLL who wish to have b



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R. M. LAFFAN,
Mi.jor-General,
G milnonr ana Jarnary 11, 1 1..
Tht l tvc tghoE'S noi to inforn0B 1s.0 H -
oralic oJ of 01 .-a-inhly Mhat h as l cn i un .-
ed by the hyai. if Pnbli. W:. k.3 to 1.1-b f:aatq the
Iou. -e thE' ace-*.r'anvin ,(at A-colt
drawn up 1- yai t of (v r i'ad- m n.:' of the
Bomad of Pu10. ..Awk..,l/t, i.-, t- hat BoMard to
Examine ad repoi fc pov the te in whic t -e
ecCCOunts (f the ILtt (,'a lonili FS rvi:.yor. P. New-,
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over the oateA 't P.olWie ubl.:. aut ioI n i.-l ,away
fOr theen pa lic rv byr ne Of f 11rI. te!L.at pSe-r

signature of the anio to whom Mia th. le m n:ey La!u'.,
t yaid-ynd who la chaly toavin nreieiv. hp it.
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to .21;re iptedih"ll anu vt-tlein l 7 'pe of th e alaut- e rc
cniBi MSurlentoh hut1il u t think themsls judti-
mainin g to 1i e ar.:, uit nel lit for thle p:ty Cn l unisl
it had l ot ;: etinudited .i by t he .BAo.d.it
e Of 'ait. d of P bl.: i tiL. IT t h.:.,: ks i. t p ob t.. ht. -
thimfelf tunw r in ig illin i ccuLhinanrcountcd foe,
--vethei t he late Ck .loia rlo :l acoiruts may ..l w
be ar the lii( -ra i b : of i'tleP:blic Service '-
iunt ipfolly t rovei l a'y a r ip d bithA >:.ri,'- teL
sdgni ture of the man to wl!,,_, tl, e T,:rey ,a, .. -r
p.;id-ad who at knin hion ,- o t, i,avi.ip- r,'ei\td it.






TLhe Ronittee of Kih oag of Pli Wl.rk o c, ls foin ,r.

.ed iu .Tine Mrt. .te-. oeet:it ftor the plat enCo t l ,?
it had not i bleen t-hu'tl i:.. y t he Au dit B.-,'r:l.

Lhe ,:"t, u r,:. eniit g .,, s],illini', left ni.i <, ,tn .Id w ,:,r
ih the late Coloiial ,.irvey,-r':ol t. miay have
been paid aray by Mr. Nxes for the Pundil Service
justh prior to hiio. e d.refse, and tht. he iny dave hoee
prlie uted fWom c,!.,tfiuihj,: v.w.ueh-l,:f fo,' tC at ( :l p,:.u -
i tuhe by the xeh- uch,.,ly a.,.i(de mt i- wich p t "-

The ]-aud of Publi Works has requested th,.
Gove Gnor to ex)rc,s to t]'e llcnor-.be H,:,u.e ot


Legi-.lature.sto e very a ;ti. .,aeory .,t o in vohii.:h
the










!{r. Elizab,.ih .Ne.-8, vwidnw of the late Coloniati


Surveyor, waF, r-ad a third imre.
The Attorney Genieral moved d an amendment to
al'rike out thew iords on Ihe late Mr. Ness' ac'-
counts wiltb the Puhlic Larinj been auiled ac:id
found correet,"--which was agreed to.
Thbe Resolve ns amended was then passcd.
"The proposed 0i1essa,:- o' the lan., Tay of Meeting
to His Exerl-,ui; r b. O'cv:-rnor' i dating l o hi.
M eI iige No. 1 L.F.-r 1 :, 'n IBn u
(d in 0,i nr .: .
M i*. T ., ,:l'' !,, :' ..ii. .

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.A.'.s 'I .. uP.,' :..- f. 'i Ii. 4:( i. he tI .
w i h c .g;. : r ; ih, .i : '' o r .:. i -.
lency's d ;c,.'. :I, :' 1' t I:' '..'ier' .n of.
State Jori 1. ",Jl.. :,ie..' r 'r : i' L-: d iri'.es
de-i, !:chb of T,' i; e..C-?ar .r ?' ... -. ,-, :? o w h ,-;-.
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'i;r,'- af;'-r(,? l to.
ai;'. Cu.:.pJer mfnr,.,l i.L i : i h -a
ll.)Hlie s,.r, l' :,, IM -'.I.''-'' 9a .-in'_ 1 '. i '- *^ l.A..,-
cee;; e v i-be I c (et.; or'-- Wh,'-. "" *.1 i,.
'The I -.H ons r srtl'un-'J ar; at.L; .: '. o
ol uhe Co-r.mitU,.
.ir *. 1(! I hai. t ,he Mles -age !.' 'e a' r .ioli:,. ,
D- T ,c r:ill .. l ,'1 4d .,.-. \ .' to a.1.; -,.1 the P .- ii!
* ton G'r il ..".Nt., i'-7:," .v., :u d, a thLi h.i ;:I." art,
p.afred.
'.Te 3 Bil entiiledir' An Act it cantiaue andi ameu,.:
the .-,c !or Ith Destruction of Crois ar-d for tihe
pieservati'on :f small bird3" w.a.; real a tliiri time.U .
Mr. Mercer moi.-d that the Bill do pd.os--,vic;
Wtasf.f.tlint ed.
A, 'Lo2!. N ,.iys I .
'1'ho ill ',was ',,sa cid.
Adjourtped to F il.iy next.

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'hioop skins and ox hide *., ,,' carboys, 11 casks The most important event of the year in British
tallow, 6 casks lheep 1 ,,. I ox hides, 250 tons politics was the result of the Imperial Elections,
government store.s. which may be said to have even a ,mi; .1 the suc-
CUST( 1 HOUSE-ST.: -'ORGE. cessful p-1a i-(. On the .1. MarchLord Beaconsfield.
,NTERED1). addressed a letter to the Duke of Marlborough, as
Jany. -..,...i ill .-ii. .' l;e ta, Shaw, Jamaica ; Viceroy of Ireland, which was published the fol-
mail- .c; ---."-i. towardd, lowing day, .'.-,:th'. with the announcement,
8-Itai,' F.i .. ,:Ii'i., L.inro, Ferrare, from Ca- made the previous ev,-i.--...' in both houses, that
laai., li,',, I ,i ,',' ,, ,,, : ..,e; a in distress;, cargo Parliament would be dissolved at Easter. The
'At .-."ii,.'.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. manifesto was cleverly conceived, reviewing what
CLEARED. course had been pursued in the case of Ireland, and
Jany. 5-R. M. Str. Beta, Shaw, Halifax ; mails, &c. that, as the early expiration of the then Parliament
PASSENGERS SAILED reduced the influence of England in European dip-
In the Mail Steamer Fii i.i,.r..'u.-., on Thursday lomacy, it was advisable to have the public senti-
last, for New York-Captair 'ry, '.n. Messrs. Peter ment of the electors ascertained at an early day.
Galbraith, A. C. Gait, Jo--i;', ^*.a,, (. A. Farnham, The Premier broadly asserted his faith in the Im-
TI-..-.. a Nutchell, Jas Whitaker.-2nd Cabin, Mrs perial character of the realm, and in the potency for
Conners and son.---.i ., Frank Monroe, and 4 peace of British ascendency in the Councils of Eu-
American .aCl.a.rs. rope. On the 24th March Parliament was proro-
The Italian Brig Candidzza Lauro, Captain Ferra- gued and dissolved the same evening by Royal
ri, from Catanea, last Cagliora, out 100 days from Proclamation, writs returnable on the 29th April.
first-named port, with a cargo of sulphur, arrived at Elected in 1874 it had lasted six years and a few
St. George's on Saturday last, very leaky and with loss I Palmerston's
of tuhlaiks, boats,&e.--Agents, W. C. Hyland &Co. days; rather less than the term of Palmerston's
S a boats &c-Agent, C. Hyand o. Parliament in 1859. On the 5th April Mr. Glad-
stone was returned for Midlothian after a severe
! DEPARTURE OF THE ADMIRAL. contest, and successive returns kept so reducing the
Vi,-e-.\-Aliiral Sir F. Leopold McCiuito:k, Kt., Beaconsfield Ministry supporters, that, on the 21st
F,R.., C(.'numan,:ler-in-(.'hii:f on the North Ameri- April, they held their last Cabinet Council, and
can and West India Station, left on Saturday last tendered their resignation. On the following day
in his Fbg .hip the .:-vft'.,,a,',,, Captain Fisher, the Queen summoned Lord Hartington, the ae-
on his annual visit to the West India portion of knowledge leader in the Commons, to Windsor.
,his command. The day after Lord Granville and Lord Hartington
H.L S. Fantome, Commander Wollaston C. had a joint audience of the Queen, which resulted
.a:I.-hik, accompanied the .,',-qin. n. in Her Ma-;je4y summoning Mr. Gladstone, who
H. M. Siapis o WAR AT PORT ROYAL, JAMAICA became Premier and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
DECEMBER 22.-Guardship Urgent, D,'i. Blanche, Mr. Gladstone's claims could not be overlooked, the
'hi... ;., Contest and Forester. country had looked upon him as the political anta-
S.gonist of "---..-.an-fi':-l and dis-..,ii ,:,,.iti''" would
have marked his exclusion from office, and a subor-
Municipal Election. dinate r"--itif:ini could not have been tendered him.
At a nt-'fitia of the Freeholders of the Town of On the 29th April the new Parliament assembled.
i-ni'mitc.u, '. !' at the T,:,wni Hall on Thursday The House of Commons was estimated to be made
hl-t, :for the purpose of elc,.itiug a Mayor, Alder. up of 354 Liberals, 236 Conservatives, and 64 Home
men aiiA Common Council for the current v.yn:- the Rulers. Mr. Bland was for the third time chosen
f,]!rw-.-' Gentlemen were re-elected to their seve- Speaker \ '..,. contest, and Dr. F! ivf,-'r Chair-
ral offices:- man of Committees. Business was proceeded with
i'... --N. A. Butterfield. on the 20th May, when the Royal Message was read,
.a r ::-i;-- :. Ingham, B. E. Dickinson, A. ..-t'niti.-' of the '.,,t!!ug of Ministerial Elections.
Tat a.i;..". ,'! L .l totalof the Electoral Roll for 1880 3,100,-
CoM1o- .-.t ,,-i-'W T. James, Jeremiah liar- 000. Approximate total of votes polled 2,i,-,Ot,0,
nett, T. i' .i(l'1, C. C.,L'- --, A. -. Oudney. made up of Liberal Voters 1,147,000 ; Conservative
Voters 891,000, and Home Rulers 58,000. Nine
.. r of -,i'. " *-*.-' ..., i:r- w.vis a n-,u the defeated Conservatives reminds
us of the facetious remark in 1874 that the Conser-
'f' T:-N HALL, T-Ha; r1: i' De-. ..- 1880. vatives owed their Parliamentary support to a co-
S of the resident male Freeholders alition between Churchmen and the Licensed Vic-
A., ,.' :,:,..) Householders of Pembroke Par- tuallers. Beaonsfield remarked that the people
ti Householders of Pembroke Par-
ish, : -. '.'.- 1-.. t",.. TJustices of the Peace seemed desirous of a change for the mere sake of a
,-,i..;.. at 11 o'clock, for change. Short harvests were crippling.: the import-
t. at. a ... Iaat at 11o'clock,for n
t '.. i.pa.- .," ,. ,:., a Parish Vestry, Overseers antr agricultural interests, the state of trade bore
,. t. P -. Parish ,,%..'4r- k-., and other annual hard on the manufacturing industry of the King-
-'. rit .1 '',- .' to serve f,. -. lst January to 31st dom, the political aspect of Europe was not assur-
a' ..i ., i :,, : P. mig, and however much Beaconsfield was admired
p. ',.,, J. P. Darrell .and N. A, Butterfield, for patriotism, in the bold assertion of En.lti-Ih su-
'i:'r-. .T-.-,ti .. of the P. .:, Hon. G. S. Tucker plremacy, there existed a misgiving of his obscured
":I,,l ;- In aln, C. C. '.+-..., S. A.:.a"I.:.t-," B. intentions, and a doubt as to the advisability of af-
E. "yi-,.iL.~:i,,,, D. -. ..._], W. E. Talbot, W. Bluck, .,rd;i,'- him further -unp, a.f1. Gladstone's harang-
A. Tuir:,inl, A. R. T..,n.-..,. S. Parker, W. H. ues on PBlla:ila'. Atrocities, &c., had aroused a
T. J,,,..1I .T Gl.-,,T. 11aus, W. H. Green. ,', -i.hr:a.i. s.a-,-i,..n of the community, who pa-
'a ,,. i,,c,',v in" ',atd persons were elected to the tiently. wai- I Itifyi a of ther political no-
-.-ii i.wii -i tons. The general state of the country and the
P" .' ,t C. ea A. Masters, B.. outlook abroad were largely favourable to a desire
.i i',y-C. C. Keane, S. A.Tlasters, B. f ciuje-I-k 1 :fiurwvar. to as likely to afford
1..ick-u. .Bell' E. .T_.t, ',. Bluck some benefit or other. The organization of politi-
t..1' Bell..d cal associations in full force made the contests more
',it::.: E. OF TlE iia -"-A, P. a and W. thorough and it-:l in'. The Conservative Party is
i. '., .'ell. a solid L.,-!hiax, v'c'.ieas tle Liberals are composed
.rAi Ca:e:;. ruI Ls--W. .H Green, A. F. J. ..k of various c-lemnts xv;i,.i r.-au, ie not from any
randJi:i,:.. A. _.alw.iv .f tyrv, but tat ,er irorn n common n dislike of Con-
f. _I :1..... -". r ; ,-, anRd T. J. Butter- -tservative principles. So that, fthioui the Gladstone
field. C-- 1 T Cabinet majority is hrge, it is wvutin' in the firm
-.:!- Pi ---E2.I ,J. -:. cohesion whiich ahl.tv. it.i-:hes to a Conservative
S- A EI n'Tin.-ity. Th- "'ia...:..iti r.-'ut, of the Marquis of Ri-
TI-E 2_I ANN-OOVER :A;. )F T'iE ER?_l dI- p.. t, India-L_,.i Lt,-,,n's position there after
DA LOYAL UNON SOCIETY. the veriict at the polls being untenable-caused
Iuuocut-t-.' [Davy, i.-iu:.' tlt1 0iaay apdi .:.iLt.-, ly the ,.li..- ni.-ftti- ;i among a section of the party, owing
iniLmb-ri's of th:e abo,ve nt.tu..i ,- y to a..-ilablet t.:, '.:a- Mar-irquais bavi,g become a Roman Catholic.
inu 'a'ludys Parti.-.I to .,1..I::'.'t,: ti:-ir .-' .t .t'.ii.,'- ErL tha:t l app'linfluU :-t s.-; Wrell as Gladstone's apo-
fsary, r: mt ,a the plLa,- aL,'I utae ;.p[iI .1 accord- logetic note -o the E!,pic...'r of A.tiri'i, was .li-.'ta-
iung to m1ti.a-, anud, although ti,. tunorrniii,.. was dark ted by political ,.xp.diicay. Tl,,- 't.-.ep.:-a' f such
and gl.-omny, yet the,: dray proved all that could be a man as Cha;mb-ilaiu in the Cabinle t 1:.':.amn- a ne-
de..ire,-l .y the rmotuba.s, and all p,:'-:1.t, c, 'r the cessity, but at the same time it has so far proved a
day's cekbratiu. hindrance to any prolipt a,--ti':on in the case of Ire-
At hLalf-pa-lt 10 o',c.Lk the M1ai-h:tl apipuinttd land, becrise. C'iamberla:iu s d-f:-a-tihu would weak-
for tthe (d-ay was seeu atrantinug ila- memberss for en their iuflinu-.ce iu the C..mrninus with an iuflinu-
the mnar,-h. The Lti'..i memiber 1 t,:.t'.ed had a silk ti'tl -,ecti-n. So tht, thiou-'i t' C( lahdstloeC',binoet
fl ig, a Union Jr-k," an.l hi.; r -lia had on it is numeric-ally sti-oug,_ it has in it uianv elemOuttsof
thie words "' United we tand, Di)vided we- all. wearune.-.-s in it, very power. HI.l Bencoa.-Jhel.
Tlir'e were three large banners, thte fir:-t havaviugou elu'er'',-d fru'Oa tl eetia.ns with .iw-lh a ni"cj':i;y
it t1he wa .ds *' aDear vye ot.u:'a;..others Iburdteii,.", an'lso ithe .-_'ce:deL:.''y '_tf the Ca.,nU erLvativ':-s w ,ota lt have
ful'il the l".w of Chtrist.,, Fa?.r G'or, an..! honor the been unqu(-,'i'.anal..!'y ,?a-'". On tl.e :;th it Julv Mir.
(Q een." The sec:nu. htad the name of the Sota.-tty, (Gl.ad-.to'ie bl. ,n_- ill viil a f:eve:r, pr,,,ii. da by
and the Holy Bil1 opl'.:'-id to I.-aiiah 4-Stlh c chapter, OveL. e txertio, lIltt thi anxi..ty .,..auerally fi:!t f.r himi
:u.-;.ingi open to, all." The thitl hald on it, Do was s,',;a icl:ii' -d., a.jd ifas- :'.'r tIrl n I iL.iii o, to
jaiti,. 1,ove mer,'-y, ;and v.-alk humbly with t iy t-ion e-.ul.eil in li .on\- i:,:-.:.n .:. ;h.:, -l-fter
G(d.' Each biitner was g'u.urded with spears. the Gl.droua. C a.i-i.-i tok a.:, i. .nt Fi*i.I.-d
The r?:-mbers, forining 'a goodly number, were f:'rm In.Ti, that a ,-.. ioi)t.-. '.r-or i:t:l F.,en ,i.au e, ted in
arranged two and two i .,etw-en i ,-E-.ah iarnner', thio lud!:lti n:ionae, :, .v.:-,..u thi'.' awl 'four ainiliiostIS of
P,'e-ident anid Othen (Jc-h, i,- the rear- it was a deific.t. I'a. < .-st of ltihei A tf;-hau ''.mUp.,i'._.,n hL.1i
ea.,ily know by theil reg.iia what offit..a they held been ;iait:.,,i.2't- -..l --.lik-.ly t' ,i''ow to tlia'..- tinm.-i
iu thic :Ca:-.e -ty. Liiug' all in order, the-y l':,i c,:-ed.:d, iti es.i nat-- ... ,,-a i ii ,:.js- anad -' bit' J...ha .ti a-
]-. a'y tihe i- M -.:art' Favor:ite Baud" di-.':cury- e. y, l'.:- FSim .. iiu,,,:.r, w:is r.: .. ':1,-, ,: wa.
iu-, a'.' at -.i,: on tht. *i -ar::h. tie P.ti h ati- L'L.ti.'i.a, :.n};i.-'..I-.d 7'.a ItL. u it'.(-:t otary .ta..a .- t !.', fia, -
w!.,eue ]- 'i ,ii-i'' ",.r ,i>.e wa.:'. pI -'v .,'i ai-.im b, th.'1 Revd. (.-t nee-:..-:sit .,t.-. ;u it ,i. iuiient.c-v J .i! t, iur.--
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Parliament began on the 5th February, when mea-
sures were r1 .-.p, 1 to relieve the Irish distress.
On the 7th September the new Parliament was pro-
rogued. The state of Ireland forms now one of
the most anxious problems in Home Politics. The
chronic restlessness of Ireland was again stirred
up by 'i,? failure of last year's crops. Public Char-
ity elsewhere, conjoined with the liberality in some
instances of landlords, did much to relieve the dis-
tress. The Duchess of M.t i ;ll.,a'.ough's fund, the
contributions from Canada, a cargo from the United
States in an American man-of-war, the handsome
amount collected through the instrumentality of the
New York "Herald" and other sources were great
helps in the distressed districts in the South-West,
West and North-West. The Home il,--t.s have
availed themselves of the crisis to urge their
policy by indirect attempts to carry it out I
through the instrumentality of the Land League,
which has become a sort of terrorizing and exactingI
provincial government. The trial of the Land.
League Leaders has been inlt it nte.1, and with the
early assembling of Parliament almost immediately
after the Christmas Holidays, exceptional measures
will most likely be adopted to meet the pressing
emergency. The Irish quimtiou has always been
as perplexing as the Eastern Question, and reme-
dial measures seem only to have afforded tempo-
rary relief. The ensuing session of Parliament is
a most important one. The Conservative party
may do much to check unwise legislation, and to
prevent the consternation of the hour from extort-
ing ill-judged measures.
On the 28th July Lord Hartington announced
in the House of Commons that intelligence had
been received of General Burrows's defeat beyond
Candahar, and that in consequence General Prim-
rose had withdrawn his force at Candabar into the
Citadel. Orders were given General Sir F. Rob-
erts on the 3rri Aniunt to march with a strong force
from Cabul to ':',. ',liar, whli...i left on the 9th, Gen-
eral Stewart -' i .., -:.ii.f ,lv leaving with the remain-
der of the British force for Gundamuk. On the 3rd
September General Roberts defeated and dispersed.
Ayoub Khan's army, capturing 27 guns, retrieving
our losses and virtually terminating the ,:,,up. i 'u
in Afghanistan. The news came in time to fill a
.:r.tif*'a' p-mrar.ph of the Queen's *I,..,:'" on the
prorogation of Parliament a few days air--. It is
said that Sir Frederick ',,I, i.. will .-- -:. a simi-
lar recognition of his services as ..i i *-r":' Garnet
Wolseley, viz., '.' A'/)00. At the siege of Delhi, at
the relief of Lucknow, at the Umballah expedition
1863, in the Abyssinian War, in the Loosh:.1 :i .'-
dition of 1872, General Roberts was well qiuL.ildI
to follow up the opp.tu. iIn'! which offered in Af-
ghanistan of distinguishing himself. In 1879 he
marched on Cabul after the massacre, in the early
part of S,:'.t.-' l:ler. of the British Env..vy and mnite.
The future of Afghanistan remains doubtful. Any,
undue retrocession must, while nti-u-tliu.--iL' the re-
cent campaign, only delay a necessary day of reck-
oning. The question is not what we have gained in
that country, but what have we by o,ur action aver-
ted or postponed, v.,'i 1-, '-i.r .' t"u.-.:-, n iiAht
have fallen on us '1.,'r'it1-p'",., ,v", s iouslv .at -,. _-'
our influence in the East. On the 1st Aa._uu.- -ir
Bartle Frere was recalled from the Cape. The
Boers in South Africa have risen against Brit-
ish rule, and we have again to face a hardy
and disaffected race whom we induced to come un-
der British Government as mutually beneficial.
The first thing to b-. d,-ue is to .ut i pre-s insubordin-
ation, exercising caution in ,a.- iug with it, and
avoiding any undue severity. And, if the Boers in
their new connection suffer no wrong beyond a pat-
riotic s-uthijia-ut, why should we abandon our p'.i-
tion if for the benefit of the Emi it.? and the cause
of eivilizatinu ii South Africa. On the 3rd 3 'P.-irMch
the ex-Empre:a ,Eugenie sailed fbr tih,-, Cape and
visited the fatal spot wh..:r -her son fell. Onthe 27th
July Eugenie returned to Ei.,n -.i-l ficom 1l,.:- visit to
Z!l.-niul. On the 24th F,'.1,y. two deptufatiuius
wl:e,! on Dean Stanley to i:',li-.,aw theppi in"i-..n i
granted to erect a monument to Prince Louis Napo-
leon in *W t:-aiaster Abbey. In the T_',- -,t ''f ( .', -
monsJuly I'., Mr. Bri,,<' *- motion was carried by a.
majority of 54, and permission wastl..-r.n ipon given
t. -'.:et the monument in St. ,..T:,rge's Chapel,
Wi u,:lr.
Th,, 14th July was a Nationual Fete in Franc-e.
ye'- Colours were th in presented to the Army.
On the 21st Sept. a cri-. '.,c'.ur:'-? in the French
Cabinet rE-sultiug in the !eza:>ation of De Frey.i-.
net, and the formation .t' r n6vw mniuistrvy under
Jules Ferry. At C.iirl.iuu-, Gainmb-tta i-adei u
speech which was ceonustru,:d a. .nti-Gerina-ie, andi
likely to stir up the National spirit of revenge.
The enforcement of the d.:er.ees against the Jetuit:
h ,d -a.,iu,,!era l.a- for,-'e -'(uinlit D,-' Feyeinet, whose
c'lleague-. w,-.re unftavourable to any relaxing of
third .-,trinRgen.y. The shadow of Gambetta was.
-.r. by mn.unv on the wall, and some .aii. let
President (Grevy beware hcst he become .Gambetta'a
creature and be ",: la.-t Li:i'Selt' unulerminai. -E;ut',
nrttir ';il, G-nll:.tta i.s loyal to France, and sineo Lis
promotion hnt exhibited a, moderation of whih it
was .~t'ppo:-.?d he was incapable.
The Lairth of a. Prin;,e.s to the Eiug and Quten
of Spin was proclaimed to the world with much
,:Iipljua tic cre.rCmony. A bliith of a Prince would
h av atf.:,r:.'ld the Spanish p opl:. mole g.rlifica..
t:-n. On ti. h thl June the L-ril Miavor received.
the Ki,'' of Gi-: ..e at t.l. Guil.ihal]. A suptI,.-
r3 intiry in.'f'reuce? of the Pov,'ers' was hieln at B:i-r-
lui J true 1O, ,-.':a.dinug ihe Or.:-.:k f-,ontiar and Al-
.i .. T'r:' ( ll -(l iva? note va' prisl :-u'a :.' ta tho
'. ",.' ,- '..: L',th Ta a ly, mr odil:. r :h i,-a -. ad
'..'.r... iULa[u Lu ,i,.I", to whi'-h ala unit:ii ,.-able ti,-
l". .1 ..,.I '.t._ ..... ul --;LI i .. .i ,i A -
S -..- h .? .-.. ... .. iv.:- nor .-. r:.e Pa1'o .: e w as
!ii [i,_- ,Pa..: i U n thie :.ith A n a .-t, iU ,'.j,,-


i u na ri;.- ", itti'w, of the Purtc cu the deot: a.'
o( t'. B, lia '_ "1 .'1 li., thC'' P w is:' l ordui 'rel -.,ip.
of .air la I-!':'; l.-'. T.i. 1 .e utu D uki: uo,
v.hi-! wiv U- ,it-it1 T tiih.; iin'dia .rei.E -:, rale.
(! nl'.' it .1' r.- *>. i ,a, ; d Uc. 2 b. 'ire,, ra,." .1 tti _'
i... Tow ,..' ,i : : .' ..' El vem:.. ,-r D \ i...: a
P.i"-L'ia a L .t-at l.i:. i" ; ,C *''.,'' J1,l" | ta_. '.'. :- .:' \,i :',
t e /. i:. ; al: 1 .nLac.. l't 13. -1 -1 ""
,',. -l ,d t,) th .,',-1 d ';,_ .LL .' .u l., C, n .- tih a


,, ,-. / t ,l ti. ..'g ;" o v ii :,: r l u<" ri.i i.,
n .1 1;. 1 n p .. it.( v it t : .-.il..il!itv of L i-:.
:.-irt t,, iu i.,, .h ..t ti, : ilia! 'f the MaL rqns o
R ipo,, ,:. t-ti nu.:- ...-'-:'.1 ,.,,'y. A u alIia -.: i.- n,'-
a :".. '.,i ; .. the : C'r. h :" a <. of A. u-' .it fai
<,-.'!. ti n hi the l'lt;,' ,. ... the At r,.!tc.hI;me Lia-
d..lpL-, J.'ti e.o IhIe ti a -.f %ustr. wa:. b.etrothei:d to
t],.,. Pri,, e.-- "tep':ai e ,'.'i,:,l i'd -, :,.ht ,rL,.I d-u-']tr ,i1
ti,.:, ". tlng' of te t .i._ 1 .n; F.. _I t' c.',,.i''"i ( S to C'Cin.I hi-
<.',\tte' lthe Jubilee o: I:"-u-i. I-i .-:nl. t,. :e we,':
<:.ttiii'aL .i ,.i at E 'os '.0.is o, ( t11 II.th lJuae', the T J iu ..,
Cnu-i .:Q iVn ,.'j.eUin' the Nativivil Exhibitia.,n, wiLer'
7i.'r.) 1 Exlibiiiti. r. ,'ere :haAt:u!l,_..- ,;.l. Au Exlhi.,itiona
of l'MIeainfaitur.-, A ri' ,t L'. i.:, F.- .'restry, 'liald flu,
An- v:.'s ,.lei.i..l at Dut .'r-!d> rf in the l 'Rttl J'.}ay,
p_,,.la eexi.iite,. entirebi.- of Gcirimuin c _iii-iui. The
E,ilil.; wa th : la:rg.:tI ever J 1. it .'.... -
I- the' G;al .cl.a. rg .'.\s'.ii A -1i Ln a't hand *vriltcu
with tie un.i--d cy,;, 3: ,'. II \\o ..i: \.' : ',' V0 ii :LI0 on 1
tlh .- ba,.k G,.:rn :., I',:.'it.d C '-'l. A % \~-i iti-
st u ttivi.' Fishoriy E il.' ai-:n wa. '-l-1 at B-'ri'.H iL
Apii!. ThJ.:- v l'-y (A .u-.traliad') .xl .iti.1 w;.
:l,-,ed it, A piil. T he at L!,. ,.:,- '- ,' ,.'a. is th :,
l, t; .:- u.:...i the p pl, ..' d d of nLy
xhlibitiun v i:t .! i.:a. Tui:- at-te ditilau-'? at Paris,
1 .7 '-, w.iaS C i, i ..7 2. -li. ::ai..t I ', ,- at
Si.1.- l'.ipLi, itn l.7t -. ; thi-: 2 t'ih' FebriaiA Iry t,1'"
pieLa'.in :>i IL? th C'oth n I '-'-ii l a. ei- -..,ip t.'' l,
thi : I :,.,. .. .-t tuui,.l iu thn ,';ii l, u ..ev'u y-'r;i-; aur
live months, v.ithin th,.' i- l .- t y.c coulenip)la.t-d aby
f,[. 1.:v'r, thei ei-.-:iueer, .,t a n..-" :ot. wy t a-eItained
i.tt 'fair xeei.ing hii eClstl:.:e of fifty millions of
francs. The, ltugt, iJ ,eAi '--- mi"eS, UnIrly tw,)


miles longer than the (':.nGis Ttu-..I. There are
some twelve other tunnels and fifty two lesser ones
making.a total of 26 miles of tunnel. On the fine
of railway, 150 miles, i inr,- r- r 64 BPridges. The
Swiss entrance is at G6zchenen at the mouth of
the river Reuss. The Italian entrance at. the
village of Airolo on the river Ti.-ino. By the use
of Colladin's air compressors the boring was done
with unp1'.-l.,...".-en-Lted rapidity, in less than half the
time att Mount C:.-uis, and in less than quartet of
the time at the Hauenstein tunnel. The route
when opened, will afford another important arenine
between Italy and the North, and ought to benefit
the trade of Milan. In our last year's review we
noticed the schemes of cutting a canal through the
Isthmus of Panama. In April, 1880 M. do Lesse-,ps
gave an account of his visit to Panama, to the
French Scientific Association-Lesseps has been
energetic in prosecuting his scheme, which is now
being declared financially successful. The experi-
ences on the Suez Canal have done much to simplify
inattif's on the prplir,-d Panama Ca:nal.
During the year Nihilism showed a bold front if
Russia. On the 17th February an explosion oc-
curred in the Winter Palace at St. Petersburg,
killing 10 and wounding 45 soldiers. Happily the
Czar was a little b:.-yond his usual time sitting
down to dinner, else the machinatiou might have
succeeded. General Loris Melik'off was appointed
Dictator of the Empire to secure the national safe-
ty. The death of the Czarina in June was followed
shortly after by the Czar marrying morganat ically,
his mistress tli.e Prince:.-a. Dol.'uoriaki, who caused
much uneasiness in the Imperial Household. The
Czar's abdication has been again mooted, and thd
probabilities are that the Ozarewitch will continue
to exercise more direct control. Germany does not
at all relish his Solavorni., prefrenees. On the 17th
July the Tivii-i'u" was launched from John El-
der & Co's. Yard, Govan, de.-in.t-d by Adiniral Po-
poff for the Czar, on a novel prii,.iplo. The Nili-
lists attempted, it is said, to explode the Scotch
Express tijin:igi ti(he Grand Duke Constantine
would be a passenger.
Conclusion in our next.

Destruction of the .':arolinn Z."
--. ,,r,.."-'.ttia:,,'i i in ar iIt'r ici:.'a w ith the above
c,-i:,:_u,.:-.. a :-.i ,h F 'l1.,y last by the explo.siou of two
charges of c:.,:ipires.:- .. gun-cotton of 250 lbs. each
charge.
The object of this first dia-iharge was to open
that portion of the vessel ,",,t'iainig the grain and
bii'2e water in such a manner as to cause there
sources of ,i:uoxi;''u.s :v,i," to b,- dispersed without
entailing anniovane- on the inhabitants of St.
GCor'ts. To effect this object the explosion was
die!vy..:1 from -.ithi N'.,vemblci, when the charge s
were first i:,il, to tih, th instant, when, under
promising' ,'.rl!itioni of the atmniqsphere, the long.
expected di a.::iharge t':,:ik place.
The (.hr-'i, which were l)la,:-ed about 316 feet
apart, were lowered down the hatchways of the
main and 'Aftet'r lollu, to a depth of 26 feet, at
which ,1.:-pth they rested on the grain confided in
the hold o:f the vessel, the main-mait being nearly
midway bet ween the charges. When they were
fired a pyrami.il.1 mass of water rose over the ves-
.e(l- just oblscm'in t, be red (danger) flag, which had
been li,.isted ou the main-topumast; both the main
and mizen n-vA weie ,arri'ied away, as also were
the .leeks. aul, sides of the vessel. The next dis.
vho-frge will diispo.e: of the bow and stern, and when
thi. is d.:L'je? there will bu a clear water way of 30
fee':t over the site lately o-)cNpied bay the ill-fated
vessel.
As nu foul gases" f-.,u,:l thel:ir way to St.
George's after the exploh:.ion, and n. uno damage
appears to have beeu doue to any houses in the
neig:ihbouring ilauds, the operations of Friday labt
,iay by? raided, as; n i complete succes-.s.

Ho;,,al1 ermii dtia Ya .'ilt Cl'ib.

Tli, Anunal G>eneoal ( l fcr-tin-( of the Royal Bee-
nmuda Y Clh'lt ('lub was teld on Friday last. Theie
was a lair attenudi ne of civilians, but the military
members were i..ospieuous by thiir absence. Con.
si'ei'rable interest was felt in the meeting by the
me-mb'-rs immediately connected with yachting,
as not i.-e had been given that a proposal would be
made to abolish Sailing Regulation 28, whi.h re-
strictt.d the number of crew allowed to be c-arried
by yachts, and prohibited the shifting of ballast
during a rae". On the abolition of the regulation
being moved it was seconded by P. D. Darrell,
2.sq, in an able speeli and w:i carried unani-
mously by the members present, t,:o absent mem-
ber's votin_ against it by proxy.
With the view of preveutiug the recurrence of
the ,lissatisfaction expressed at th-. time of the laIst
Regattn at bars .f very small tonuage com-
petina with larger yachts a new.v Regulatiou was
po,:posed, a.i fellows:
Iu 'Iall fittuie Cup aud Purse Races, and all
other race sailed under the auspices of the Club,
no time allowance will be made for auy tounage
less than 2--5, but tile time allowance for every
boat below that tonnage will be calculated as if her
tonnage were 2-5." This was also carried unani.
mouslv ly the members present, two absent mem.
bers voting by proxy against it.
Some other unimportant amendments were
imatle to the Rul-es, aud the El'ciion of Officers for
thei currct'c year was then proceeded with, with the
following result.
('ai',,:,,a !,'re-T-''h- i 'a. J. H. Trimingham.
I t-r.'- 'a l'-lO/'n'l-*-:-'u'[it Corn. E. ,c-.:)bell Cla'pp,R.N .
, 'ir- (-'i .aOd.re-C-( pt. Cotton, 9 )'t.h Regiramunt.


'.... -.- inad Gr:iv, Esq.
,',';,:/ .'.i,,i'.'lf,.'-(-Ir addition to the Commodore
Ut! I Vi.: -.ilnunodarte-Cal)t. Cotton, 99th Regt.,
IH. R. Hunt, Es.,. C. G. Gosling, Esq., M. S.
Hun', Eiq., S. S. Inghiam, Junr., Esq.
Coiait'he c.f Ma1aJ.meqtd-R.D. Darrell, Esq., Presi.
c--nt. ('it.. (':itt.a--, t9th Pegt., Vice President,
T.A. Hunt, ]'-.i, T. Midlletan, Es.q., J. C.
.1,. '4'oil, E.:1., 11.E., S. S. Inglham, Junu. Ea!.,
J. ![. Tiiiro h1m1, .J'ujr., E ,sq. ,...

'.7 W',', x.i-1, t., ,-,.a: th,. atLl -tiicn of our real-
erst: a nioti,- in aiiither *coluni of a meeting of
the Tr:. --i-"!'.. of tLe Bcr-muila FIlunt C'lub, to take-
pla..-- at, tlhe Town HTall, Hamilton, ,on Friday next,
t.) :,-ousidikr atI f.-sit'lility of formiing the present
Hunt int1:, a Da'y linut. T'lie change, no doubt,
w.Jih.- ..e1 a ;:reat inmpl..vement and give fresh life
t.,.n ii ultiLion wli':h alis for so many years been
a mif:iusif au-iiient and p)leaiaut meetings to so
many. It would indec-i be delightful to have our
rond- and hiils resi.ouding with the musical notes
of 'te bouuds as they follow up the scent.

A RATHER MIRACfrULOUs ESCA.rPE FROM DROWN.
u;,,.--At about half-past ten o'clock on Saturday
ui'::itt L',t, Mr. Florentius Harriet, who has charge
of thle a.-tern F,'-rry in the Har-bour of Hamilton,
o.b:-erve.:l a I,'uat driftiLug' rapidly to the Westward.
iTHe put ofi ffor her, and on getting alongside
t'und m w)I colored children, one about 6 years of age
aidl the- other about, -1, fast asleep, lying side by side
in La-r i ittom. He brought the boat to the Public
WXhal f, wl.ere tihe :h'.ldren weie c,-c',gnised as be.
loUn irng to a woman ninamed il ,pi!i DIt... -'s, residing
at t:.x- Lane. Mr. Hanipt !:iL ity tcu the children
to tthemotlr, whom he found iu ggiat distress fear-
ing tGoe chilblrej we're drowned. It is supposed they
wi-hn intot) the- boat, \Ihi,"lt was fastened to the H4o.
C. .Tu:liket s wha f, anid having cast her off, drift-
ed away. Had th- boat not been observed by Mr.
Harri'..t -I,e would ii all probability have drifted
agai-2.-A s'ue one of the I.Ahl.n.is, the wind being'
strong from the N.E., and soon have gone to.pieces,
and the children drowned. ,






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


Fro!ti JStmtail A'. I YVIrTOI.\A PAr:r.-PBy the 1:ki.1n permis.-i,.u (of CIl.
The Rovyal Mai! Steamer Beta," CaptainL Shaw, W\elman, C.B., a,_ Offfier -f the !itli (D. cof E.)
ariiv ld ,:tn Tu..ttv laIt fro m Jatiuaica. We iare Begimeit, tl,. IJK .I wil ll aly fl,,,1 3 t)o p.m.
Ss iu pr.sossion (i f papers i from the 'Ve,.f I t iia .weat1h r p. _rmnit i!. I s dvy. Tue.dy, the I Ith
iud:t Deinitrara. instant,
T tq'n of iasin, In the D n b W t In ia Overtui ..........h ,' l."I...............Sul p
IslafI d o,.f Croi, was Ihe eene of a desirucl ve Se.l.ti, ..le t'lao.h u,/ ", er',/, ..Plah tuett.e
r, n th h N, n.mber. It r, 1 o everl Polka..........H ,oItqT ., ............Godfrey
hours, and w. s only sauppre.?ed with great diff- alsey.......... L 7; .e........W ald feu l
ily. ...... .....i.. I inicences of Ireland ............
It is suggested that sorghaw hi su bstituted for G. Galop (\Vi:al).....Polo............. Martin
ribbon cane on the plantations in the West Indies. I
In the United States it srrip that, between the c-s- I TrIPOrTAN.r TO FArMrns.-We are informed bl
station and c. rnmmncmnent of frost they obtain t -o one of the principal ,'haleils in Bunmda farm pro-
crops of sorgham each season, which is equal to duce that li.i friends in New York expre.-s a very
two crops of cane. I favorable "pinion of the prospectt: for potatoes and
8,35S Immigrants from the adjacent Colonies I tomatoes Juring the coming" season. It will be as
nndVt-nezuela had arrived at Tiinidail in the hi,- well for farmners to turn nmoie of their attention to
ven months ending 30tb Novemboir. 585 immi- this portion of the crop, and not be discouraged by
grants landed there from iCalcutta oi the 10th Nov. previ ms failures.
Some coffee planters are expected at Jamnica ---- ---
from Ceylon, with their families to settle in the RAINFALL, DECEMBER, 1SS0.
mountain districts and plant coffee, cinchona, co-
coa and other products. 1 0.15 16 1-12
The export of sugar at Demerara, to Deer. 4. 2003 17 015
1880, amounted to 92,036 hbds., against 92..-5 3 0-04 18 0-90
bhdv. during the corresponding period in 1879. 4 0-00 19 0-59
The export of rum during same period, 18,207 6 000 21 0-76
punp., 5,589 hhds., and 2,019 barrels. Molasses 7 0"00. 2 0"40
15,066 casks. 8 0"1, 23. 0.03
The estimated population of the Colony of Dem- 9 000 24 0-00
erara on 31:t December, 1878, was 239,'263. The 10 0-00 25 0.00
increase is by immigration, not by natural causes. 11 0-43 26 0-49
The birth rate in 1879 mounted to 44-31 per 1000, 12 0.11 27 0-1'3
whilst the death record was 52-50. 13 0-00 28 0-00
Admiral Hallegon, the newly appointed Corn- 11 0"-A.1 .'. 0-00)
mnnder of tbOe French West India Squadron, was 1. 0'00 ;0 0-)iH
at New York on the 1 ,Lh ultimo, in his flagship, 31 0.01
the Malgicienae. ---
Both Ithe Jamaica and EBirhados papers mention Total 5-99 Ins.
that yellow fever was epidemic at the Island of St. Rainfall, December, 1979 .......................-: Ins.
Vincent. Average Rainfall in December of 101"97 Ins.
Vessels arriving at RBarbados from the Island of years 170 to 1879.......................
St. Thomas were stilti j.bjecf to quarantine re-
stiictions in cotisequ,-t,,ce cf v9Ilow fever ,irevail- For the Roial Gaeille.
in;,. \e ch.r-rve that the nr-i ateairer ile, on TIHE NEW" CO)PORATI(ON.
a! living at J romai(ca, r. place in S5Inugr-r iemored t! :, qiarc.n itp ship tat ,ioned ly o .inkicrtainment ni~lt-i,:h :,re now frequent
off Fort Hendelkon. Port Ro-,.-H ,.,,:nepuen -wotli have s,me of Fl,, ir anxi ti, ir.li-.vedl i the
nf' tae G .runor of t ht I !'.nd havi n; r -.;se.d new C.()rp -ration w,,lnd be .ie 'iai nt uinouh'. to caue
te r.i nfor nalt;.n lthat I re were e( n e 'r:.s ,oniec prote,-tion on li.:. fir-t cross. .- reet at thll East
oF suiall-pox .t St. TIorra. v eu the V,.':.' cal:d eni oh tlhe TcTwn, eiti r !.bv a -.1ui.anutial rail on the
there on bher way to Jam1ien. cWest sile, ('r 1, whi.,!eii. on tl.he Ea-t sidh. or both,
The Jam-ica Govetirn ent having sub iilisel a as the ancomnaioclai'.In i t or) confined lbr doulrle car-
steam route around tbrt Island, the fi at v..'- ring(s to pass e.ich ,"thlr a! a ldrk ainl rainy nia,:t,
Fel wTill rgin her rips next tu n th. or ev,-n v day. x:. i .t ;tll c:'a 't c:ir and .''hntle t
Farthing nieces are being i-ssRi d from the Jamai- :teeda-, a, t bh- hill is i n' p. nd a r,...ti've hrn.e ini.t ht
ca Trrea.ury illu sum of fve O lillitgs. ea.ilv cTo ue r. T;. si rt.-,re~ runniiir to the \\'est, piet
YT 1 r. 0Tioiiji- ri.V!ic liiaic>, dil-;i V rais'i ;i it i en vithur
EiNhop Nuto ll the n wly appointed Bishop lof i. A, .1t ,at uilih t, nor, wi',
Jamaica, held His first. confirmation serviee at 11'"fi t.
? t!.t there w..s an e!.vltion in the ce a.tre a ,lt'ceivi.l
Fla- may Free Cbureh, in thlbt Island, on the 21At bv the turI l on eiiht -i, cam ln(C havinia smas-
DTecemer. Se'enty-oi.ur candidates received the tp one evenigt, r-ett:. u n' ait or arn accident
holy rite. while the (urporation hI.i mvans to cut down hills.
A LARor FIELD rF B.ANANAS.-T-on. George The travel on tho-e otrects incrn~es.
Solutions bas established a large field of bananas n A 'TITCII IN TTE, &(,
on his piopecry, "Quebec," Poet Maria, Jamaica. January Sth, I1I.'.
The demand for friitl of all kindq, raised in Jn-
maica for (lie New York market, Las wonderfully Tho upper part of Victoria Stre4, -ratilton, be-
Increased. low Verandah HoI-e. on the road to Prospect,
The Revd. C. 11. IIal. Rector of Clarendon, Ja- wants pi,:kin over ,eig in wet weather, rather
maica, died suddenly in Synod, at Kingston on the Blippery.
31d ult. He was fiir over 41e years a faithful men-
ber of Christ. The bier wap carried by Clergymen. T
PAinBADS.-The House rof Assembly of this IR- To CORESra',NDENTS-" Pagetarian" iu our next.
land ihs b.)f'.-re it a rjra.Eure wLich is causing much 0
anxiety, judino bv by th fll reports of the proceed. PIRTU, in :t. (Georre', Doieiober 2lthr, 10, theo
ifi r,-of the Houp'S, when the matt-er is before it, W) IE of Samuel C. MeCallan, of a DAUGHTER.
anid the lenglby cormmumrnt of the press thereon. ----
The Bill which causes such ereat interest is styled MARRIED. in Hauilli-n Parish, Dfo.. 23i:d,1 1'80, r
"The Executive Comrciitte Bi!l," and was intro- 1.y lthe Reyd, Geor'ge Tucker, Mu. W. H. WHITE to
duced by the 1olk.nial Secretary. IMr. Reeves, one M1ns. HEN'Il.TA T.ua.G!-.
of the mnost infl,.tial me libes of th' House, in ,--.. .
addressing the Hou.se in it- favrr, said:-"The DIEDL. at her re'iden.oe Pill s ,yv. on the 2nl Janu- t
principal featme of the Bill is the introduction of ary. UMn,. S.uiNNA Ii. TUcKER. re lict ftlih., late Ain-
five mvemhbrs of the Assembly to seats n thbe Exe- gustui Tucker, Eiqr.. avie. n9 venar; leaving 3 souns 1
cutive Council, to become advisers of the Governor and I da:ighter to mourn her sudden departure. i
in the business of administration. The effect of ........ -t hii resi'-.ience. on the lt inst., C. W. B.
this will be to let the voice or the popular branch FOZARD. E.-q.. in tho 70ith year ol Ihi age ; leaving a
of the Legislature be heard morre distinctly, its in- widow and other relative:. and ftiendk to mourn tlhoir
fluence to be more felt, and its control over the loss. Thie ldecca:,ed served for a period of 2;3 \ears as
administration of affairs to be exercised more fully Revenue (Oflier at this Port. ever pet ibrminlg" his du-
and more to the advantage or the pulwlic interests ties ilth great earo and diligence.
than hitherto bar. been allowed. Istea'1 of cur- __ --
tlling the I-pweis and privileges of ,the Ais. mhly A
it willextend them and enlarge their sphere of Pemibroke Parish ACe-
operation. In the same degree it will increase
the responsibility not only of tbe individual me'r- COuntS.
Lers appointed to seats at the Execulive Board, but ALL Persons -lh.vincm ACCOUNTS against
of thbobody to which they belong, that is of the As- ..Pembroke Parish will please rend,-r the
sembt!y itself. *" Let it be considered what an imr- same to the Undersigned (made up to the 31st
potrtant part of bthe administration of affairs belongs lt imo) b i u
to the Executive,-the control, supervision and o
regulation cf all the public departments, civil and TrI TURSDAY NEXT
judicial." On ai division on the second reading of --
the Bill there stood-13 in favour and 7 against, it. At noon.
The debate on tbe Bill was resumed on the 7th F. D WARD
and then adjourned to the 14thb. i lr
MABTr Q a learn *Parish Vestry Clerk.
MAhaTlNlQUE.-From tbeArgosy-Dem.,welearn Pembroke Parish, January lI, 1881.
that the local authorities in Martinique have caught
tbe infection in regard to the hunt made against the i o 1
Jesuits by the French Government, and are taking N1Otilce tO P rI'S ilo el'S.
steps to force the Clergy out of the Colony. A raid
had beeu made upou the schools, as the political
principles instilled in the minds ot their pupils by *riH E PAR [SH[iONERS of Sonthannipton Pa-
the Jesuits" are considered dangerous to the form rish are hereby notified that the P \.,: ISI
of Governmnent.-Jaawic'a G(leaner, Dec. 24. TAX AT'ION B' 0 O' is rfevi-ed by, the Plrishli


CHILI AND PERU.-We are in receipt of South Vestry for 183!. I ; \IL LB' OP ENE ,) ,, in-
American exchanges to the 8th inst., from which we speelion at mvy Resi-ence on ue1 .sda:y next, the
learn that after a desperate struggle, the ChiliansI lhI iistant, anid will be keOit o)pen in'il 'i'ues-
lave effected a landing at Pisco and Paracna, in iday, the I1lthi insta-n.
order to advance on Lima. They ale said to be -rOS. THOS. DARRELL,
7,5110, and several thoum arnds l unire are to follow. V. ..
Before they can combine with the bkIckaiding I'. V. le-rk.
squadron, they have to accomplish a march of 1$6 Soulth.impton, J.,nuary )10, 181
miles against tremen'dinos ,btaicles. Confcder- _
tiou with Peru has been sanItil.ned by thl' Bolivi:n T \
C'ngreer:. The Argentine Republic is diseuisiiri ',. OIVo ICC.
the propriety of arnud itnterve;ition between Chili
and Peru. Letters from Liuma complain of the ""'--
"sickening" system of warfare and plunder prac- H E EST L ATE OF RE tL r
ti.sed by tho Clhiliuns. Troops h&ve been destpatched ,- ANDI- Iil' SON'.AI t() i'[I'TV' in ',\- 1
from Lima to meet the southern invaders. -Jam-aiot G ET 1P.\ 1 1.., liable to, T.::itiont, has been
G I'aner, IA c. 24. ....,;.. ,i I,,, .1 t t ,...... ... I ...,,1 .. ....... ..


The business of the Peninsular and Oriental
Steam Nari-amion Company ocr tue year shews a
decided teni!eucy in the directwn of imtuprovement.
5 per cent hbs been dlividled. Five- new siins of
steel of about 4,000 tons and 750 bhorse power taive
been contracted for, to possess all the latest im-
provewents.
"Marshal Serrano's eldest mon. who has been for
somc Lime residing in London, in order to acquhe
theEnglish language, has just mniarid MtdIle. San-
tonia, a young lady with a dowry of $1,250,00oi)
The eldest. daughter of the IMaishal is about to
marry the Bride's brother, who ba a n similar for-
tune.
Justice Smith said on opening bhis ctiurt at Con-
norsville, Tenn., U.S., William Henry Swithi is
arraigned for assaulting his lather." The in,,ugs-
trate had on the preiuu. day knocked his I lthier
down with a club. and it was hitiselt he was now ar-
raigning; He e-outinaed: Te evidence is con-
elusive, and J'm unat sure but I caught to send mvy-
sell to jail for ten days. But as this is my first olt-
fence, and I certainly had a great deal of provoca-
tion, I will simply i pose a fine of te dollarr.,"


spection az 11a, e Iv-idencep t lit' 11hOultf reigf~eiItun-

I)1'ed, ur \%ir .e ill plcnu~upr.odriea I hir
l'apt is on or ik lot the nb wt.ntziud d-it*.-
CH-ARILES' A. 1'. FRTh1H,
s aiki ,mVestry tC'lerk.
Pauget, 1011h Januitariy, 11'8I .-. :Ij)



FRO(M DLNON1)N

QUA iJ1'VR CASKS tiollanib (-;IN
Q 1.1,ii. r t 41;S 1 1V I l11ii 1 k\N D V
Qttarie .ae ae1 1A\I
Boxes M. ilt'I 4 0,11, UAl

J. 1', .-J~IRXRELL ts'.Co.


I~~A2"


UjJPE11i 'lUE BIG S'HLD

A 12 o':lo.k, M.,

On T thursday next,
The 1.3thn Itsta nft,
50 SUGAR Ciin.- EAMI'
,'.1 25Els.. F. FLOUR
6 Bags East. Inlia. RICE
5 Half Chests Oolong TEA
20 Gross Comb MATCHES
5 BIs. Pilot. BREAD
3 Hhds. Englih ALE
5 IHalf-IIhds. English PORTER
10 Bls. and Halt-Bls. MACKEREL
10 HILlf-Buarrels and Kits HERRINGS
10 Kits Pickledl SALMON
5U Bis. Garnet Plantingt POTATOES
10,000 Tomato LATHS
6 New York CHEESE
10 Boxes Family SOAP
10 Tubs Extra BUTTER
10 Drumus Halifax CODFISE"
1,000 Jamaiea ORANGES
1 Tierce COCOANUTS
10 Kits TONGUES and SOUNDS
And a great many other Goods that will
appear at the Sale..
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, JTranuary 10, 1881.


ForP Benl:fit, f all Con011 ernel.

BY AUCTI 0-N,
WILL BE SOLD,
Z1TTHZS M T0 W .
<,4 .snE^'s.9 h resy


18th insh int, c:t. 12 ,'. :lo, k. n,:,n,
25 B1imirls BEETS
1 Do. CARROTS
Ex. Schoonri-. T ia L." Crokr. Maist-r, at
this Port in di.r, ss, foiu ,,)iosit.n bound to
"-uttil:iLiu, on suivy 'ricoiniln,-end, d to) b), so.ld

J. S. DARRELL,
Agent.
T. C. McCALLAN.
Auctioneer.
St. George's, J'aiuary 10, ISAl.



Bermniuda Hunt Club.
i-i










t nd.
A Meeting will hbe heldl in the s




Tlel 4th Instant, at 3 p.Sec.,
Consider whether it be practicabopy.le to con-
vert the present Hunt into a Drag Hunt. As
40many Members s possible are rettesdte to at-
Afterw.rdal a pinetin of the Stewards of the
hnfe Ra,_. Me'-eting will be held in tle same
Fishlae.
F. CARPENTER,
Hon. Secy.
Colonpeis" copd,
Seed !OTA.TOES

GUA NO. &c.


400 Barrels Garnet" See"


In prime order f,-r plansiti,
200 Bls. Fish IJ A NO,
apes' I'r,inl,
Barrels Mapes' t'otatoo ii ANURI.E
in:s Peruvian (J.UANO
For S-tl- on .necomn iodlatiit; ter ais to approv-
i ti-tulmiers.a


Apply to


S. S. LNG fHL3.


10th January, 183L.-2 3p

Mfl S e,t
."t N !V mVO-lTOfYI

-. ...- O'" '"." :' ', .:' -*"-- ,'

And L ri of '.!o, d pl, iin_; L NI', .it-t ed inl
aVarwick Pai is a ioar t!.' r it'en'e u Ot ctvius
Dairrell, S s !'r.
TE'NIPERlS ft)r thu purchase of the above-
moetioned Pripte-,' y will bu rcceiveni at Ohe 01-
ice of the Ulnle l '4 .,l.'


Until the 280h
l'le Proprietor < -es- not bin.I
lhe ligihs-t or ani v '' Tenuer.
ORMOND T.
larrurry 10, ls8:.-3 ;3p


!Instant.


IMIDDLETON'".


Hay!


r.


Sugar!


50 BIs. Yellow Vacuum Pan


|-< Sir. !;:.an" rom n i:,,s-toln, Jaunmnla,
25 Hiaire!s \ini ie.ia Ca-l.uo:' -LiG ti
N



S. S. IJ' WG AM.
iHamcilton, 1 lth January, 1881. 3p


o I ileEetra


Lists.

'"1iE J:EVIIN-T OFFICER will airfnml i-
i- .t r cr l '.M ris Ale t tih-,.- Idli l., ;at
,.' 111 W A- ,f rti i l .' i. V, 'if F i t..-
hlis n. mo .:;, tiliUni tfi L:to nnl will hear and
,i, rminin-e all up1dii.:-ti,,ns for PRe.'itiry. anl
:ll 1 clj. :tion.; i~ t., the nar.n ianyv Freo-
li.ll,. r beti,' il. .el or allo\w.,ld t,' rei: m ni' onl
thi R1 i.]-t' : aid ih,.- hli..l ,.y titi-s all p-r-
suI wli..i i -.l im to b. N:. R .ist,.': 1 -I ily trtins- i
f.r o ::I Pr,:' .r-ty, i in r id.t: on (r b.,-fore
The 1st d av of DeCeln-
I bre, 1880,
That unlea.s ti,.-ir roe:.,,- tiv'e titles- to ReY istra-
ti.-L are thi anthh. anl the- produce.lc to lhilm. their
. Times eiannot be inserted in the Lists of Freoe-
holders for Eloction purpose-s before the Au-
nual Revision in Janiuay, 1SS2.
I n SANDYS Parish, at, the VESTRY ROOM, ou1
Thireliay, the 20th of January. 1SI51, at
1.30 o'l"Ac:.k. P.IM.
In SOUTHAMPTON Polish, at the VESTRY.
RooM, on T, ,.t:.il,<,/. the 20th of January,
i 1.1, at 12 Io,'llock, M ,
In WAPWICK Pari-h, at the YVE.S-Y ROOM,
ou TAh-n, ...i,,, thi 20th of January, ISSI, at.
11 ,o',:lok A.M.
In PAG(ET P!lii-h, at thi \'ETtY oo:.[, onil
,' uj, /,1,./, the 15th of January 1SS1, at 2
O' lock. P. M. t
In PEMBROKE Paris-h, at the TO:>wN HALL,
ainilt,.n. o:tn s, .,,.,,', the 15th of Ja ainu r,
1.Ss1, at 12 o'Clok, M.
In DEVONSHIRE P.a-rih, at the VYESTRY
RoOM, on Mui.liiy, the 24t.h of January,
1.a1, It 10 o'elok. A.AM.
In S ITHLS Parish, at the YE.sTRY ROa-)M, on il
,..,,,.v, the 24th, ,f Janiuary, 1851, at. 11
'-"1.'vI .1 A.M.M.
In HAi. .LT :;N Pii-l.], at th.,: YErr;Y RO:,M,.
-... /7, th,:. 24th ,f J ut.ryv, 1Ss1, at
1 il.t o'..,:l 10 I'.,l,
hIn WT. -EO)GE"S Parish, at the T,.,wN HALL,
n .'*..,,,,,, the 2l4th of January, 1S.-1, at
S2-:_;) o'c ck, P.M. '
TOi:' Parirsh ,e.stryv Clerks a re br-r..1 rencLesipoct-
ifully i -nitifi-.1 .,r.l 1'equir' to meet thho levis-
inI." Offii-eer 1 incli-tually at the,- times and places
Sbove ipe>c.itied.


-w
- Jantriry luath, lv~l


*I.DARflE L L,


Benevolent Lodoge,
No. 6,
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD
.I A -eA ITAN,,: (D.V.,)
Wi'l celebr:-te her Sixth Anniversary

ON THURS) DAY,
2outh J.mnuary,
nemnlers of Sister Lodp;'es are respectfully in-
vita-. t(o imoet at the Retre.at House, nelari
Somerset Bridge, at 9 a.um., and po oeeel thencee
to St. Ja:mes': Chureli, wliere there will be
Divine Service at 11 a.m. ley the Rev. Bruce
Mackay,
Thor.- will be a Colleacti,'n taken lup in ;.id of
th,. Widow iiud Orlphhan Fund.
By Order,
JOIN H. MAYOR,
District Deputy.
So,~mrset, J.anamy S, 1S81.-2

E T E H TAiINEM NMT,
A Treat to the Public- gua'rautoed,,
If lost-a loss indeed.

TqIc .ii~fl(acs of omeer.set
Will have the honor of appearing: before
the Public in
TWO MUSICAL AND LITERARY
ENTERTAINMENTS,
On the Evenings of


The 20th and 21st Instant,

S OM E S E T.
Funds in llid of a Benevolent purpose.
Fri,.-es o.f Aldmission-RLeservo Seats '2; Back
Seats 1,. Children in arms 1 Guinea.
TikJets m.iy be obtained at Mir. E. (. Tuek-
Snc:e.
An efficient Band will be in attendance.
Doors open at 7 rp.m1 Performiance coim-
ien'i:'-e '.'t 7n p.am.
Pr>.i> I t Iid Tt:sui 'r, W Stowv : Lit.r-
ary. Mfanagi1 r', E. G. Tumkf-r; Hlur:ie:.! Manager,
T;._,t.. ,e: ,e.et,:y, E. D. Win ',od": So.nic
-t r t. C'. G .'-' y1'i,.il:.
'i v:, .'-.tR Ir30 p.m .
VI VAT REGINA.


Jain!uo.,- l 'th, I --2

For Sale,
A GOOD) STIFF

ROW BOAT,
Viih moorings, o.i-1, r;ow-locks, &c., (Owner
h I6ing 110o further use for it.
,Price IO.
Apply to the Officte ,t'he '" Royal Gaz ttte."
I llrn ii:oni, .I .iuar,,, i 8! .- I id

aFr ief it,
A )N V N I F. N'r


In ilhe T'ot nii of Hamilton.
Pr,.sssi.n given on the Ist (day ofl Feby., 1881,
For further information appl)y to
II. J. ATWOOD.
Hamilton, llh January, 188).SS


1 o ic to Pilots.

(C1.0 'u/ l i:'r',:ftr'!/s Oflic',
HAm.III..)'N, lntL .T;iiia.rv, 1. S .
rpHF, :t-iihti.n otf Pilts in those Islands is
-rl:, ,. lied t L -.) tI lr viionsi of the
,mQiiaii.,iti At, 1 ?ii, );s*,.,l dui-ng the pre-
.it .Seisids.i, ai es.'cially to the Duties of
I'ilt. ~ ~s i;e.-,riL.1 in C la sse s f, 8. 9, 10,
11, 12, of that.,Act, the latter of which requires
ilat .ve'ry -Pil,)L should p1rovido himself with
a c.:'1.y of the Act.
,/ His/ Ercei'eici's Coium an,l,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 C'loniail Secretary.
(olonist"' copy once.



Notice.
TO me-t the convenieueo of Correspondents
with New York, the opening of TEN-
I)ERS for WAR DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES
&e., advertised for MONDAY, the 17th Iust.,
at noon, is Postponed until the same hour the
following dy.
JOHN II. RANDALL,
A.C.G.,
Distri-t Comimissary General.
Comiiii.sariat. HaImilto n,
lOth Jany., 1SSI. )


PITCH PINE.
The Undersigned has lately re-
ceived the


( I che'.ner J P. \.'; :,w,' from Jackson-
ville, t'lowu id cu[pri,.in. the following choice

F I.O()t-IN i-plaii.e:, ',igroved and tongued,
i aud I x (i, 2 x 6
FLOOP~ING- plain j hinted, I and I x 12
SC .NTLING & N I \NIK-5 x 4, 4 x -1, 4 x 3,
3 x 9, 3 x 8, 3 x (6, ;3 x 5, 3 x -, 3 x 3, 2 x 5,
'2 x -1, 2 x 3, 1A x 3, '2.1 x 5, 2 x 6, x 2.
PICKETri 5 and 6 feet lengths.
The :iluve will be sold at lowest Market rates
for tlh,.- LCasi.
S. S. IMNGHAIM.
I Ith Jaiuariiy, I881.-2 3ip

St. George's Hotel,
'I a et q a re,


FrHE r PHopriet-r of tlie above Establishment
take-s thipoi ty opounity of returning his sin-
cere hniliks to ih11: ubl)ic of ofIermuda for their
liberal patrou.ige during lthe past. seventeen
years an:d hopes tfor a conlinuation of the same.
M. KENNELLY,
Proprietor.
St. (? r' Ji ar 10 '881

Notice.
rH111E Unersiiined requests that all AC-
COIUNIS an;i;st him for I SO0 he seut
in for S.ETTLEMENT on or before the 241h
Instant, alter which date no notice will be taken
ii any Hills rendered against him; and Persous
IND EiTEI) to him :ire requested to Settle
tlieir ACCOUNTS by the above date or they
will be placed ii Legal hands for Collection.
JOHN BARRITT,
East Broadway, Hamilton.
January 4th, 181.- 3p


Garnet Seed


Of very Superior Qualiy.
-t00 Barrels of the ahove offered at Low Rates
by
S. S. IA GH,0M .
4th January, 1881.-2 3p

For Rent,
A Ilea:aiinty Situaled and Commodious

SD wvetlle n uHouse
In I'aret Parish, latly in occupancy of Dr.
Butlerfiold. Apply to
J. H. TIPJMNGHAM.
10th January, 1SSI.-3


rpl-H! Pubscriber bti:g about t) leave Bermu-
t. J. p)ermanently, dra to let the Premises
in Qu-en Street now u.?,l by himn for his Tail.
ring Eta'i ihuonit.
P:ose.sion give i !1st A1,ril next.
4%ENiE T C'3 Per A i in.um
For further particular' apply to
A. LEBRECKT.
10th January, 1881.

UNCLAIMED LEr'TERS IN THIE POST OF.
FICE HAMILTON, 10thJany., 1881.
lioeniy DAvenrs, Berinmuda Bank, Annim S Burrows,
M'irs I.: uterficlJ, Richaird Davis Bean, Mir Camp.
liel!, Fra-r Deshields. Florence Darrell, R Ellis,
Emily El,1in, \ %illain For.tcr, .lames Fubler Har-
iy A Grahim, C %V F I layor, Thomas Joell, Ed-
ward King, Williain Lightbourn, Philip AMoore,
\u,-ustusa Only, DaniM*l S Outerbridge, Eugeone
Petcrs, H P Pearman, V J Pieman, Jules Pemel,
liita. Pappin, Mrs J I. Rbinson, R Roes, Joseph
rIo'.-.ion, Sarilh Aiin 3 Raynor, Samuel Richard.
son, \Vm'n A Suinier, Mr t-inith, (Piluo), Manual A
Silv., Peter Saunders, Charles Stovel, Louisa
'inklncr, \WVm H 'T'uker, Revd John Tuzo, Joseph
Tucker, J.ines .\ WAdilion, Mura \VWeir, W H Wil.
lii;m, \\'alterr \WVigh,, .Ann Young.
UNCL1\IIED LETTERS IN THE POST U F-
FI('E, ST. GEOiL:E'S, Jary. !0, 1881.
Roberi Crockwell, 'W;n E FuLler, E Garagon,
Fira'k F Giacey:, Augustu Hlarris, Rcbecca F Jocurs
SJoseph F Li_,hitboumn, Mrs Juhus Aleing, lHenrietta
N Piyiiter, Rachel anmiti, Win L Smith, James
|Talbot, Samuel F Taylor, Jaa F Wright, Edward
Wilion, (late Royvl Artillery.)


I








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cation 'eiweci
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STE'AAlER S le:nc Lo.,!on the lu;. T'lh:m ,1d.
in each miontth
R. P. ,\TKINS & CO., Comnnsi.ii ,r.n .1i
chaits, London, execurc indeni..s f'Or every dh,.-
cription of Good-; for -ijipment i by tihee -Ste' in-
(I'T.
1 lighbesi Marker iates secIuri,! fcr cuis,1,i-
mneuts of crnuciida Produce.
For Freighlt, Passage, inda :1ll! iflt,,ilatiui,n
Apply to
P. P. ALTKINS &I CO.,
Agents for' ,Steamirer, hunimilln
,Inue 5, i,80.--2 l


St. Geosge>s Joel,


St. Geo"y..', 'rsi'nuahis

1. K* n oa ctf];, FPr piNcd'or

Ladies and C(entlemen vi-itiing St. -ii''s
will find 1 superior acol imod ,lionii t t!i. 1l i ,v.
Necembe r 20 1 1 w




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COil ',h 4 i,.'.ii'tE l :.
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( iara'.rntei l to i 0f .up .;.. t', 5 I..
are authorized to :' i: .. ,i. i ,. i
any c se where custoei.s hlve cia
tidacti0on. It thi% to j ti e ll-

BRANDs.
H. K. & F. B. TH. URL


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ouar nteC-1 tl to b tf.-t i,,.11 ,11, 11 : i ,1 ,.,:.]..

any ci.e hr o e'i.toiiei.s Ij".vu c~i;i-.'c in ,]...:.


BR.AN D.


Products.







IDEAtLi R IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNIS"i>,, ;ULX
PUTTY BRUSHIES, &I., &A.
Every description of ( >. 0 1, S laJ ...r iejd" r>o
use.
J. E. EVANS takes this oppor;Lui. y to tank
the Public in general for their liberal! p erot "
and will -endeavour (as in the past -A i, i i:
future), 10 merit their coeii n ui f ,Lvo;n :.
14 Queen Street, [Unlilton,
February 3, 18SO.


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The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish



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From their Store: ; Bs ,I l, ..-Ieiv : i n. :,)i : per-
EOnI who may desire La .3aippiV
To Customers in I!;H ifitoa; and t'filaityv it
will be delivered by Cart diAl\ -- T',.in about 10
o'clock till nii on-coIuimencin [- l,,g "t" 1. 0" pri!P
The price is one penny per pouinid for 1: !ls
aid upwards.
A penny half-penny 'rundJ: 12 .
SIIerlmudi A rtitfi:1l Ice Con paiy
lam0ilton, Maich2lth, I !.

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