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: VID00064
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 GENER L ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. lO.-Vol. LV. STATE SUPER VI .4ALNTIQVAS. .,24s. per Sua.



flaniltHon, Beranmed4, THesnday, Sl'arch 7, ,188N.


JUBILEE' OF "CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL."
'*Chamber,''s Jouinal"'' attaiun its jubilee this
year having been ,tarted in 1S32i andthe occasi-
on-ha called'f6rtha 'lioteworthy arti:Ile from the
.o,.:tg.euarian founder of tho magazine, Dr. Williamr
Ch.ambeirg, entitled '"Our Jubilee Year," ,uunt.iu-
iug, besides a' tulmler of iuteresting literary and
per-,olu.d reniniii.euse-, m).LwA. accouiint '.,f the ,'ircnu-
statices in which the n.-w lwdl-kuown ,u', ,.'','
.J ,,,!,', t.':ik its fir.-t start.
Although th li periiod wais in various way- di-,nal,
thimre -wee oo'a-iual C-IeiisI uif a r" 'ial',t r d.iy.
Schouls of Arts andl ,Me.liauicI.t' Lttutt-s -praii.
up tluhough the influence uf thoughtful inu.lividuals.
The. So':iety fi.r the Diftusion of Utrful Kuowled-.-e
wa.s founded. Above aill, there spral'_a' up a cli'
of low-priced periodicals, m:.O-tly worthlt--s ai,.d
ephemeral. but being popular among thle t **lmas-s"
-a word which had come into i -t'ue--thI-y an-
swered the puirpo:'( of -howingl' .wn the wind ilv.-.
Hr.e, said I, pondering Con the ul..iet', i... y-
chlau:.e. I have waitoel Itr years fonr a f.a;oraible
gale, and it h- comi.- at last. Takiu.- adin-ut.'?
'of thelO gTowing triste t,.'r c-heap literature, let 1e-
lead it, it' possible, i a proper direction : let niet u-
deavour to elc-vate and iunstru,:t, independently of
inerte pa-sinu,' arU-uanie ut; and in par ti':-ul.r, lei: me
avoid political, sec-tariau, or any kind.1 of c-outrover-
sial bias. The matt-r being important, I in thec
first plate consulted Robert on the Nubjert. but hei
declined to o:,nuect himself with the pr.:iject, though_'i
he promised to help with o-i:casioual p.ipaeIr-. Not
further tiue was lo-t in :coitatiou In .Janu,-"':.
1832, 1 isisu-d the prospectus of the- present J.. r,...,
and the tilr.t nuubhr iappearel ou Saturday, tIhe 4th
of February.
High ias weremy expe",tatious, tle suLice:e-s of the
.7.ini)' ,.ex-ecded them. In a few d'aIIY there was
for.Scotland the unpU'reedented sale of thirty thous-
and copies: and shortly afterwards, when opie-
were consiguned to, an a.-eut. in London f.:,r diffumi..u
through Eugxlaud, the sale rose to fifty thou-dan.l,
at which it long remained, with sUarce-ly aniy ad-
vertising to give it publicity. Sonie vear- .. t
this the cireulaiti:anu ex'.eeded eighty thou-.inId.
Robeit S views haviunt. now cousii-ti:,ly changed
as reatirds the imiporti:-e ''f the undertaking', le iwas
admitted a partner at the t,)turteenth ullnlbe'-r; and
from this time is dat.l thetrm'i.o'f VW. &R. Chliiimber-.
The early s i-c.ess of ('!, .1,,/ i',-. J.I,.ot,., was per-
haps partly due e to t lt.,,:t that at that thn.: the
price of newspapers was u-,aally -evenp:e-e, .,wig-
to ithe heavy stamp and alvre tiserienut dutie-.
Cl/,.,,d,'.s' J ri il .. beilg c.free troulm the'e exa. tion,
anud being a sdeet at the pi' .,' thi-'e.-halt-p..-u.':, '
whili- ii poiitt of size. it wa un-.irly i- l,;i.: a.s a
newspaper, wis acce-pted l .1 reat b.ir.ain in
reading. It found it% \\.y to unoiks aunl ,..',s'r.-. of ':
the countryry to whic-h no uch p.I.pers hladl ever 1:-
uetrated, the in--truitive alnd ente-rta.inuiug- .Iture I..f
the arti,:les makin- it a. lpeci.-l tf.vorurite with vyoung-
people. Even until the preseut time, I continue to
receive comuLamnI,'.ation-s from' ininiuridinls embra.:iun.'
reiolle,:tious of the va-t pleasmu'e with which as, l.oy.-
thiey ht ailed the weekly' al.peai) iranI e of the 1..,u .'. "
The impetus given by the success nf thie J. ,'.:.
and the prospects that ibuniediately ensued, had the
ettct of expanding a siall into a large ilusine-e--
tablishineit. We never for a moment entertained
a notion of tradferring the publication( of the Jo,,-
m! to any publi-her outside. Fro:ni past expericu-
oes, that was a .species of as-itaunce not required ;
neither did we need to employ the eapitul of other.
to carry on the uudei taking ; hbuisauding the pro-
fits that accrued, that was enough for all purpo-eS.
From the outset, the rule was laid dowu never to
give bills, but to pay for paper and evterytliung' tle
in ready mon.-y' : and hitter fifty years, that zeruaiu-
the g'overlning principl'- of the firn, with at the
same time a rigorous abstiuence from speculations
apart from our own biisines.-. There, i a few
word&, is the s-cret of the Un.w l.irge rld pmpt.-r'.uii.
onuceru of W. anud R. Chambers. From the fihet,
there was n:o time lo,,t in financial scheming, nor in
any di-trauti,.,u of the wind to matters, of o foreign
ohr racter; all wais on, :etrated iu adrani. iLu the
single object iu view. There was ur,, pliyiu-g with
fortune, nor frittering away time with friv'lities
aud perso,:nnl indulgre'ceM-. Providence ~,lad niv'l
out a career suit:,ble to m'u.' faculti- i and inNtiu, t ;
aind that career r has bcen stri':tly follo:wed--nait. ly,
that of endedravouriug- toin-ttin t it'l] hanile-ly u-
tertainthrriou'h the ag-:-ny ':f thie l:.re.s. Auy-:.ther I
course of conduct would probably haIv been ttend-
ed, a- in the case of hmldredlsof similaradventr',-e,
by shipwreck and lanuutation. Young itun ot am-
bitious views are apparently too muctth in the h.ibit
of treating tbeir assigned work in their world as it it
were a bit of passing anmusoeent. It i, oin the e'-.u-'
trai'y, to be viewed as a matter of earnest aun very
eriouis concernu.
Naturally during rmote tlmu half a century's ex-
perience in couinection with literature. Dr. C'lh.1ii-
bers emnie in eontait with ma7ny Ulierati, and his inu-
teresting sketch of his earlier life, aud of the many
friends anti acq-uaintauces he has come in contact
with dru'ring a long andI busy life, forms an admru-
able supplement to the auitobiographi,: sket,.h which
he gives in his Memoir of hiibrother Rohberat. Trhe
other contents of'-the; 'magazine admirably IVustaiu
the features which have all' along distinguished it
as a storehouse of instructive, interestingiud amtis-
ng reading.
ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY.
E O EIWEtT OF A NEW CHAIR.
an. impporta.t announcement was made to the
Senatu,' of thie Utniersity of Aberdeen last Satur-
day. Pro.essor Pirrie read a communii:.ation from
Sir Erasmnus Wilson, LL.D., president of the Royal'
College ( Sqrgeons, England, intimating his deire
to found h Chair of Pathology in Aberdeen Univer-
sity, and to set aside a sum of 10,00oi) for its en-
dowmnent.' 'This generous gift, we understand, is
meant as'an expression of Sir Erasmus's regard
for the university, in whicli his father, a native of
Gartly, Aberdeenshire, received his medical instrue-
tiqn, aud as a recognition f the honour done him
by the iniveropity in conferring on him recently the
degree of LL.D. The p.ttrohage of tha chair, it
is understood, is to, be vested inu the C'own.
This is not the first gift. of the kind give hby Sir
Eraamus. -,IJ 1869 bhe founded the (.'Lair of D1ir-
mat.ology and Mluseuim ..f Dermatology iu the Col-
legeof Surgeons, and wais e-leited the tinst professor.
In recent years his name has been p)romninently be-
fore the public in connection with the bringiung
over of '" Cleopatra's Needle" from Alexandria at
his own expense, and it was soou after the accom-
plishment of this work that he was knighted.
" Men of the Time" says that Mr. Wilson was born


in 1809SO became a member of thle Royal College ot N OT f T P r ti
6. 1 o1oNo NOTICE tice.
Surgeons in 1S:31; Fellow by election in 1S4:3; -L O e J.
member of the Council in 1870. Mr. Wilson, who! .
is emine-ut for his knowledge of diseases of the A LL Persons havi;ngr just CLAImi S ,igaiinst H rfHE TrUNDER'SIGNED will receive TEN-.
skin, began his professional life as an auatomi-t; A the Estate of the late r, .RE T I r ,Dil.--S
and hns written "The Di.)e-tor', Manual;" "The tVILLI -NI PENISt ON, oftelte nI Pt rsI .. until no .. o
Anatomi.r's Vade-Mecum," and elite Aunatomi- are requested to render' heif aCOUN', t iCWD I I
c-.1 Plate- in four volumes folio; "Di eases of the r"Wdo"n he t.UN "Ib
ki" "Th tudtBok of Dise of th duly ateste. to the U ersiged on or bkr,'e .' "
Skin ; PortraitS of Diea-.es of the Skin," folio, the Itnth tlay oj lrch ,nou' I.lt ensuing; 'an-i lth March,
plate ;. "Leeture onu Dermatology';" De&ript-e all Persons IN EBI) tD o paid Estate Ill For the'Purchase of aLoit
Catalogue of the Dermatological Specimen econ please make payment by the rTovre date. I 0 ty
Seons;" -"On zena and Ezeatois Erup- P N]STON, 200 E pty M eal Bariels
tion,,S;" "On Syllis and Syphilitic Etuptions;" 'dmininisrulor. In Lots of from Twenty-five to the whole,1
On Riunwonui : '' inquiry icto the Fr.-eq-uency, Hamil(tn Patislh, Feb. Il th, 18&2.--3 To be delivered at Willin,-don Stalls, .S..
Duration, and C.i('a of the Dine-s- of the Skiu;" -- George's. any time be-foe :3 t May, 1 .
On Healthy Skin, a Popular Treatise on its Mau- V c
a'ement ;" Report ou Lep osy," article ou' Skin I 0teL e TROTT & COX,
and its Disnea-<' iuCoop.er-s uri)l btilouary;". v Per ALBERT INGLT'.
"L. eturct.c .n the Disea-ts of the Skin'" in he M./di- A LL esls hn~ti. C LA I al-'S. o'e" .,rBt-b. 1 2
ral Tinms t Ua:c, British, leicat J'uai aund L,a '. Lit tli- late. Aflie h lo CLir St. eorge aBermuda. ith FeNby., TIS2.-2
eel: Esnys and Papers on Dcrrat..lr..ogical and other Iianni' Neia are 'equested 1 render their -r 0t .*
subijec-ts in the Phi-I.'!.o.. ltdico-Chiftr.'-n,( counts t ine c 0o 0 n Oici e
and 1'letrariy T7,noactiotn, Bril,'d, nf.d Forein
,ie'o-fChirwir.l, Reciw, and other' journals. Mr.. On or beJore 31st day of March
Wilson was thie fountler 'and editor of a quarterly ensuilo .
journal .,f c utaue.. u- re.-licine. Iu addition to the n? I\ 01e wie ,
above works he has published Food, as a Means and all Persons INDI)ETE to the said [-:siate Bermuda g.rown. One day's notice to be given.
of Prevention of Diease:'' "The Easternu. or Turk- are reqilueled ito luako payment Iby that d.11e. F,:'r Sale by
ish Bath :" "A Thiee W\eeks' Scamper Throughi ESTELLE L. NASH Ar S ." Ty YE-,
the Spas of Germany antd Belgium:" "'Histony of ESTELLEL. NASH, C-AS. T. CONYEf S
thie Middlesex IHopital;" an edition of Hufe- Adrminiaratrix.. 1
land's Art of Prolonging Life;" articles in Tod.'si Southliampton. IFeby. 27th, 1I$2. No. 9 West Front steet.
C,,e'opJto ut, and "Cleopatra'.s Needle, with brief ----- ---- ------ .. Hmitou, February 2th, SS2.-1 ru
notes on Egypt and Egyptian Obelisks, 187$." I P -
o= Jotice1. IMPOItTERS & JOBBERS
PALESTINE EXPLORATION FUND.-Lieuteniamt 1
'o,,der hbs iltumued to Jeruale.u, bringiiy with The Undersig i?.d1 has ust received 1 a, and Colee Companyj
him the renldts of his first campaign iu Eastern s rc1
Palestiue. Tbeseare theo rvbeyrv oi ab"tt 50) square Per S. S. Orl'ilJo," Of New York.
uileot c.iutty, the plau, ph)t,..otgrapL.,aid speci. -AM BACON -
surveys ol a -reat unly places ut interest,-includlug AA IS B A CON 1
Heshbou. Ammanu, and Arak el Emir, the great. Smoked BEEF BUTTER f YVatli n tO1ll,
castle of Hyrcauus. At Ammnii-the nimcient POTATOES ONIONS. CHEESE I
Rabbath Aummno-he hasexamined a building which Canunell MEATS APPLES Special Agent for Bermuda,
he ctousider Ito be o Sasanian architecture. It this B]SCUITS ., &e I las just received per S. S.. Orinoco,"
is thie ease it is important as shocwin..i that otetlr Sas-
saniau buildius were put up bi.des thie greatcastle JOHN BAR[ITT. W? i fer
ot'Mashitat dice,,vered by Ci.'ai,, Tritrnm. Over Hmilton, Fev.iuarv 27', 1.1,-2. 9
600 unames hare been collected, '200 miles examined, H ilton, F- Iuy 2 12. lb., 2 lb., ;1 1l., Jib., a
several Bible ideutifieations proposed. The gre:it I, In 1 b., 2 lb.,- 1 "-, 4lb., *p 1 15' al
feature oi the country just explored is the piro'di-. AS ORa oul ves, Fm iks anid .,,pouans t'i a pac-kages.
girtis inrnbl,-r of crowIe-s, and these in.t seat- are 'I'n lay e i d' as (Liod as e.'- The public of Bermiuda are respectfully re--
tered about, but gri.auped and reterable to certain I'y sending t,.eIn t 11. GI.AN i.NTd ., i\ iI quo-..ted to give thi- new enterprise a taiail.
centres which represeut the old smecred places ,i tlhe I' :ill hepl:itt them at a inodleratc e.. r
I,ninitive inhalibitants. In alditi-un to the crhe-ileehl Fehlu ii3 *2S, 1.'V,- H. WAT L INGTO -N,
soime veily iUter--tiing un-ubirs were found nnil 1 Reid Street, uar'-'.RoyaltGazeLte:'.Ofie.
cient stoie circtle-. Lieut. Conder .-.sgests that the (0 to JOHN A. cN EILL & CO., February 14. 1882.
"- bedstead" ot Kils Og (Deut. iii., 11), 1iGhie
ihoiuld be ibrone," in:.y have bee ,.,ue tle'e aif u n nt Good Fit-ing sit of UEWELiIV, Silvered or Gilt, Old P'lured-
cromleebs. He is alo mt-miuded out Balak s altars CLOh.T'':.-(i5Jad 66 r'ouit lireel. w re li-ovated ly 11. A G RANTHa M- ,
ou fiinding cronilecIs urrainu liug a. large et-iru on I n-- 1 d 47 ront reet.
Mount N-bo Two reports cntiuiung liis inh.orma- I T'lll. M. NILNEIL & 1 ;. have !nEng-',-gc.' Feri .'2$, .lr..-3
tin on this subljet arrived tot late ior the January 'P t[le ".er-ce of a FiHa i Iu Cutter alm ""' ___
unimber of the quarterly sta-ateent. M. Clermour. Fite-.- 65 al do t Sre. i
GauLneau, the well.knowun arebhfolotgist. has resumed "a o rei. Tweeds Tweeds !
,his Notes" lfr the society, and di.cusset in thi. IiNwe T e
aiumber various points ol intere-t with biis well- j IN all. 1e' -ItL & C .. ., invite ite Publ- Tweeds '
known learning. Another ruck-cut passage has lin, to Caill and x:l a. ine hiir Ljn rT. Asg "
been found at the Pool ofl Siloam. The-re is a paper, ''rtinei,i of Fie ;ultin,; s an I Pant s Stuff.- .
by Mr. St. Chad Boscaweu on the Phmuician Fu- U 5 ani t 01, 1ul .- rect. Th10 Ulersigned has Jt.t Received
neral Tablet, of which a sketch bsa. already Ibeeu I Hamilt-., Novr. -S, lmI.-i-tf n v-ry choice -election of
given by Lieutenant Cionder, and there are papers of B B
-controversy tou top,.graphical points. The enummit-, 'l TV ED
tee make au appeal, which should be immediately ia/4e ., )Q i .
responded to, for aasist.auce in their tmo.t v.diiuble -'rom London, via New York : e-pecially 8e-
and interesting wnt rk. I let-ied efor this 'laimate.
...... _. ... .... ALL persons are hereby forbid TRESPASS- JAME' AY,
S INGou the LAND now iniiyoeceupancy,
JOHN PHILLIPS. INFORLATION iSand belungin' to th E.tae of the late Tailor andr Draper, n .eid Street.
i- l. IEQUItED tur which RE D A JOHN NICHOLUS HAYWARD, as the LAW will .cniltot, Dec. 20lh, 181I.
will be given, as to the hereaotsofJO N ri lv ef waist y so of-
PHIILLiP, who lft L'ondon oin sth N'.-emu- aIt, ily ef" 'd agipst ayl- so of- N.B.-An APPRENTICE,
her. :1.76.-A1- l ly to Messr-s. e Ned.B. Lov-ellA
ati.d Leed, solicitors, I Guildhall C'hambeli, DANIEL HA Y WA [ID. tou the Tailoring Business, 'aated.
Lendoun. Tucker's Town, 22-nd Feby.. 1sS2.-3
February 27, Gi.; F.t. G.. A. FA.RN{liAM,
6b-"rY1 90 r t I g3.CKCIPt ', TOgt.


Everybody wants it., but very few getit.
because most people do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in the roast-
ing or making. To obviate these diffticul-
ties has been our study. Thutber's pack-
age coffees are selected by an expert who
understands the art of blending various
flavors. Th-y are roasted in the most
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then lput in
pound pa1:ckages ('n thI, b,'tII, not'l "'i.'n',,
bearing our s.iguature as a guarantee ot
genuineness, and each package contains the
Thurberrecipe for making goo:,d Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's '\ o. 31," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's "No. 41," mild.
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points.
ygodil l ,a /dity, l,,.,tm St ,i, atfity,, rat.,w lde/ t
pi ic.e. As-k 3 our G/'o"'r t,, T tlh erltr'.'s
irOislted ('C.e:'s i,, pclin! p, 1asg,, Ao. 3'4"
. or o. 4 I." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your ownO palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the l' /'Idl" Coffee-pot, the simplest, best
and cheapest coffee-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffee keep them.
Ask for desciptive circular.
Respectfully, &e.,
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grouers and Coffeei
Roasters, New York.
P.S.-As the largest dealers in food p-.:,-
ducts in the world, w e colnsidtr it our in-
terest to manufacture only pure and
wholesome goods and pack them in a ti-ly
tn.l ,atisfac-tory mannie-r. All go.:..ols
bearing or name are guaranteed to bi:.
of superior quality, pt, umtd w/.',ute.on,t,
and dealersare authorized to refund the?
purchase price in any case where ceustom-
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is
therefore to the interest of both dealers
and'consunmers to use Thurber's brandao.


A DWELLING HOUSE, si- TAMILTON HOTEL,
4 Lt_ tualed nitar Cedar .\venue, contain-b LE Li 'UD .
in g' be rd loonis, lDrawil Room, lining Agent lor
Riom, Kitchen. Tank, and other conveiieicits. /.. /
l"or further I'.,rliculars, please apply tol /' y ate
WILLIS A. SWAN, In Phints per 'Judozr', or Cises (4 dozen eachli.)
Park Villi, Near Victoria Pdik. : n 'ilo -, t'ebrnary 14, 18S' .-tf
Haumiltuu, Feb. 2Sth, I S.'S.-tf.
HitF.2h-" -i Bermuda Veterinary Ii-

ST. GE0 0 E' H TEL irmary,
"'M1="1"ZT "-'"" REID STREET, HAMILTON.
ST. GEORGE'S BERMUDA
M. KENNELLY, Proprietor. ''iDui. oUILK iUGC, .V.S., Re-
diori l III am.1i


LADIES and GENTLEMEN Visiting St.
Georre's will find superior r accuummodaiun at
this Hotel
January 3rd, 1.S82.-2 lonth-.

For Sale or Hire,
On mderte tl'm ,


On moderate t.rins,
The Yacht

HORNET,
Jompletce (Lately owned by Lt. Wood, R.E.,
The same being in staunch order, and ready
or use, has been recently cleaned.
Apply to
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, February 14, 16S2.-tf

Just Received,
At *' Royal Gazette" Stationery
More, a few Copies of
LIT 'LE AuTHOR'S
History of England.
Hamilton, Feby. 20, 1882.


For Sale by TendEr.

!' , HOUSE and LOT in the
'TownI of HANI'LTO
THE 'HOUSE AND LOT on there North side
of the Fifth Longitudinial Strgt.,,next i't
of MAR. THOMA, GRIER', 'an" niowi"ni-
the occupation of MR. SA.iMUEL AUG.USTUS
SMITH. are offered for sale.
The Lot is 150 feet by 50 feet, and a Carri-
age way from the back tr, the 'Sixth' 'Longi-
tudinal Street, will le s':,ld with it, if required.
A ground plan of the House may be seern'on
appli--ation to the underignied. There is a
clear space between the House and th6 Street
of 10l ft et by 50 feet.
TENDERS for the property will be received
by the Uandei signed until noon of the
8th MARCH next,
when the highest Tender, if approved, but not
otherwise, will be accepted.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY.
2.5th February, 188s.

NOTICE.
rTHE UNDERSIGNED inteudiig soon to
Slave the Island, desires all Perioum to
whom he may be INDEBTED to present their
Bills for Payment
Before the 31st of March,
and also requests those INDEBTI'.DTO HIM
to call anid make arrangements for a final
settcleanent before that date.
J. C. KEENEY
Reid Streel t .
Feby ....,

For Sale,



2 Open CARRIAGES,
Built by J. IU. l)e\W'ol:;, i -lih ;x, N.S., O( e
.. o.n.e eeo.n".- _l -
Pait- .to Teria. Tera-s accotnmodatin g.
ALB.,B T INGLIS,
ALrent for J. M. De\Voffe
St. Georges, February 21, I S2.

WANTED


Apply at this Office.
r Must be well re.:ominended.
F y v Ig AT- 1,


47 Front Street.,
J. H. Robinson & Co.,
Agents for I PJess F. AL.LEN & SON'-, man-
tle.fcti'it s of


Citrate of Magnesia, Chocolate and
Cocoas.
Ptironised by His hnperi l MUajesty the Shah of
le'riai, and H. I1 '. the Pri'me ofWL'Vae.
Wereculumenl Dealer.s in Confectionery to
puhI.iise of ouir 1g-Lts in B,.r nudn, who .u.,i-
mltainly keep a l.mge assortment of our good%,
and at present hate in smock 264- c.t. uf assort-
ed tiitnfectiunery i) a vaiiely of 73 kinds, at
only L4d. p, r Il.. '
IMeIer. I. I' LL ~N &. 2ON3 supplies ma- ,
chinery, &e., for the Manufacture 1f ('Confee-
tionery will all the laIest modern improvLments.
They also er.ploy 800 rueu daily at the Steam
\\ uiks, !lile End IRoad, Canal Road, London.
J. H. hOBINSON & CO.,
are Manufaeturers' Agents.
Ilamillon, February 14, 18'.S-3r

NOTICE...


s' ence, m11LI --O n.
E. RE|ID MIEIC:t', D.V.S.,Residene, 11am- EDGAR F SIMMO S
iltoP 'arish. E GR F.IM O S
-E MERCHANT TAILOR, -. .
Wil! visit St. George's Professionally on fuel.- Respectfully informs the Public that he hw;!
days-Office nat G. Spurling, I sqr'. Opened a ui t" h '
%ill vi, it -., u, f s o,, r'e..0abiida~yh. .. I;
e.id "., Haruiitou,.iuary 2, s2. Tailoring Establishnent
TI I Over the Store of Alexauder J, Frith, Esqr.,N
Robt. G Lee & Co., o.39rot street.
S ,Guarantees to give satisfaction, ;aid' solicits
ConiEmllsoiUl .hearhca:nI, a share of the Public patronageo. 'i
dnd IVS URA ,VC R OKEI/S, A n'ew-sppy, of Godal.waysp.op. 4ha, ',.,
'18 Leadienhall Street, Hamilton, Febriuary '21i -82, 3,Paid, '. '
AND AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C.
Personal attention given to Consignm(-ntl of A POWERFUL RA
Berniinuda i'iODUCEand the filling of Beer- A POWERFULDR .,T ., ,,
mudiana orders.He 0
April :10, x1 ,4831.

Notice. valuable for Far u Work, Hoistin, &c.
anted a ober A-P 80.-
V Apply at-the "Royal GAz6tte" Offi'. '
That thoroughly understands the care of rHamilton. Feby. 28, 18l2.-3' i.. r.
llorses._________ 0:7
Apply at this Office. A K your rocer ('i A, .E.' WA Jil'd '
January 2, 1882. S A ':.S : :. '


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BERiMUQ)A ROYAL GAZETTE,


WEEKLy REPORT OF THE WEATflER
t-ibbM' Hill LighitStationat Bermuda. between Hi
-00lh FebTrary andbth Marlch 13,2, height nhv,e th
-.1 vherae ihe Regmler ii kept, beins' l6 f trf
-Dat. .
Fb'-%

"- "5 '5" General '<.o,,arn
Noor. ; -, I i
"I ....
.3I27, .. 3 6. 57 i3" r) lb' n Fine
2& F : rc 26 59 11* )'0 11 Fine
I M. "4 1 5 1-1 1 Fine
3b 6 P-', 0 i'' lai.v'. I ayv
W3 'WV -.40 7.11 Fiune,l haz,
'I ,,, 6 .7 -.| -7:i0 ifii Fine,lmz,..iIundr
5 f l 71 til b .) ir 97 fine, lonudy [N
J .l. i.- U P,i,' ".r lilEi'


I 1Ir t

4 1.,';t .i,, i rc4 7. i S'2.

Colonial Sed'. ryi's Ofice
16TH FEBRUARY., .1Y2.
11IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR]
having granted leavo of absence to thi
Honorable h. E. WErssrEpr. Culoniul Sei-ruittar
has been pleased to appoint the
lioimoruble Jiim e 'I's Tukler,
Receiver General, to be ACTING COLONIAl
,ECRiI.IAR'Y, durin,- his absence.
By His Excellency's Command,
JAMES i'UCKEll R,
Acting Colonial Secretary

Colon ial Sei'ffafy.' Offe
IST MARCHr, 1882.
JII EXCELLENCE THE GO.IVERNOR
has been pleasedl to appoint
-rt'. 'mt-a LiEuisua 'Ti: a-:tE'*,
To be ACTING SUB-POSTMISTRESS a
Ireland Island, in the rooeI of MRS. H E.ATH
re-igned; such appointment to take efl.-et froi
this date.
By His Excellency's Comnmand,
JAMFtS TUCKER,
actingg Colonial Secretary

S'olonial SC(rtai' Officee
!sr MARCH, P882.
11IS 1I XCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
has b. en pleased t appoint
M1. sntcl t1sVWooadl,
To be RECEIVING-i-OUSE KEEPER at
fl'arwi'ck, Wedt, in the room of Mr. N. A.
COOPER, resigned ; such appointment to take
effect from this date.
By His Excellency's Command,
JA.M ES TUCKER,
Aotin; Colonial Secretary.

Colonial Secretary. i Office,
GTH MArcH. 18'2.
H IS HONOR THE ACTING GOVERNOR
has been pleased to app int the
E4ono)rkbni j.aunt', iita va y 'E'oai.unass-

To be A MEMBER AND CHAIRMi AN o(F
THE AUDIT B' 'ARD, in t lie room of the lat,.
SAMUEL A. HARVEV, Esquire, deceased.
By His Honor's Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
Acting Colonial ,:.cret:ary.

CUT.TOiM HOUl.E -HAMILTON,
ENTERED
:.aurh I-- 'ehr. Rbr',b 'a, luluagi Jw-k-unrvillp,
Flihia; I6G.'d 'ree j.ilhl 'ile lumiier,, ti '-.. S.
Ingham.
CLEAr. ED
arl, 'ail tip ,er i.ri,,..-, Fran er, N w Y- rk ;
If' birel. po'a'. 2 s, -'' tomato 'oles, 4.' 1 rj',x
Il-i 14 'ox.; oiho ri, Ia ,-a'r wine. 9 1-idl ,,', can-
'.- -- l '., I Lbox Ibr.- *.., CUrsht n.r. i i6 dinkei,. h. roses,
( UNTO M HO USE *;T. UEOPR .
ENrERED
.,',iri 1-R. NT. "learner deia, Shaw, Jamaica ; Mails,
&e.-Aent. J. tl. &lFvwuar'.
Schr. Atnir o l elu.lir, Uallrs ; assorlt.d cargo,
.1. L'itroll.
Yacht W'ar'derer, tor-nm, ?Nev Y.rk; :.-dlurt.
CLE hED
F.-hy 2 -U-'rnuin liarqure Jereraker, DublJ ii; inwanrJ
Marl I l-R. U. Steamer Biea, Shaw, Halii'dax
Mailt &-.
Barti t(lnad.l.nt. .'v,, Swaransea; in'ward cargo.
2--.acht under r, Morgan, P' a.ure 'i'rip.
C--lialu,, 1: tzt. i'arorit., 'uarengo, T'repani, Genoa;
ii wi ,l ,'a t'.r from ir:n :LlI l ,i.
I ar39uie .i u'h--rt. 'l.,Ildr-r. \ Y rn on thli, N. S.
.,r- K''in. 'fln ay', .'az tarian, C uba.
PARS.ENO BF.
Per Msail Steamer O:.:-'irco, on Thursday lhst, for'r
NewY, York:-Mr. and M.e J. JHleathcote, Mr. aul
Mrs. H. P. Cooper, Mr. ,t.d Mrs. W Akerman,
Miss Ackrman, Mrs Kiunear. Mi~s Charklswoith,
Mr.. MCrn, stiad Inf.'at, Miss L. M, Carter aund'l
Mait, an Mfs-.r. J.Ihn Iflthie. WV. J. June.s,
Stepi.hen .Dttttur, W. W. R-eil, S. L. Hustead, Jr.,
Jam ?- Egle.nin, T. J. Out' rbridrre, A L. Dennis,
W. L Denis, Ernest V.- 'y, E. L.indi-, Edw:,rl
Fitoh.--2nd ,'.;t.i-Cour:ad Heath., Mrs. He:ith andi
two ,-hildren, R. Douglhts, R. S. Gillespie.-
Steerazt2-J. A'suavan, F. Fly-ner.
Inath~it'R.M. Steamer Beta," *ia lt inst., from
Jamaica :-Mzes--- and Mr. WilUiam .
Iwfthe R.;M. St.teamer, Beta ,u l1t in-t for Hali-
fax : Rev. Mr. Hardy, Mrs. H-'ily, .u .ad nur-,*.
-LDe':k: Geo. Oakley and 9 distress-ed lr'.rit(.h tea-
mrn.t : ; .
H. 'M. ::i-,,., ,,f War at Port Royal, imnaica, ou
the 24th ultino : -2C,,'tih eipro *. '0 ', Urgent,
(ga'id-&hip,) 'T2n.. i,, Tezie.ln, G," .**id, Fa-
IOni,, FlamQj:-;,o and n-'hiax.


I. M. S. .cr. :,'to'i, bearing' the Flia of Viee-
Adnmral SirLeopoldl MNCliutock,'Kt., F.R.S., Capt.
Drummond, from Colon, arrived at Por; Royal, Ja-
maicri, onithe 1 th ultin'... The Fiagship wai' ac-
companied by H. M. Ships Fen tone, Fbin',ngo ian-
Ph,ni.r. "
The 4V,'rtjiHa'/,., says the Jamaica OGlcanrt, of the
21st ultimo, will remain in port at .-t a week, after
whichh yill lcave in company with the other
ships ~aidtF4dte a round of practice off Jam.1ica.
TLhe Admiralinspected.the Dockyard on Sa.turtniy
and cxsurssed himself highly pleased. Sir Leopold
is nuow their onthe llt of Vice-Admirals, anl will
shortly be promoted to the rank of Adniral.
W'e understand-that Admiral M'Clintock is ex-
,pccted in Bermnuda about the 15th instant.
It is decided, Eave a Jamaica. papcr, th t the
T7ned~tiL an.L,-i.-: shall tow' the -rq, d, t. Perrni-
da, to lead about the '20th of this month,.for the ,
"purpose of being docked and repaired.


t 47We regret very inueb to bear that me. Ex-
carcNCY THE GoVERNOR has not i di h


A Co-Operalive Adventure.


BERMUDA. HUNT.


le I 111'.....ld..... i.. Ci ..L i...... I..ill beobervedbyMes. Trott & Cox' ad- re will be ino .teet of the Bermuda Hunt
,e during the past week. The heart ynptonms, which vetil be obnervd ti e-of Trot t da Coxs ad-wi- to this werew
Shave throughout b tu a prominent feature in his vetsemt in our issue of to-day, that, owing t,. this eek.
illness, hlave now -ssumed a more serious apei the ;ub-oription list falling short of the required ,. C Hiussey, A.B.C.
lillnass, ,have,-e nVw as-uui.ed at more serious a-pecmt.inumber of boxes of onions some 20,ij they do- !w'-i.)B.H.C.
On Friday and Saturdolv he was more particularly uerthi of boxes of onions seome 20,000) they dtr .e:r.' o'., B.H,('.
feble hut has slightly rallied since Sunday morning' clie this year to undertake the proposed shipment
S- d'ct stamtr to Lound,, at the same time thaink- T 7, Ed'tor, ,f- al G,.:ette.
i,_ the Magistratt.s, and the Public generally for tile
. iTHE ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERN. manifestation of coutidence reposed in them at the Sti.-A considerable amount of correspondent,:
SENT. meetings held in the various Parishes. We very has lately app-ared in your)hliunns, advocating the
in Sturd;t.y atterio.n. th 1Ith in-taut., (Col.1.el m h -regret that it has ben found impraticabl owning and manag of a teaer or stems be-
tlth" Hou E. t '. A. G'rdoU, R.E., wa. .sworn in u to carry out this Co-operative Adventure to the- tween Bermuida and New York by Bermudiain
Administrat-or the (Governme-t. London Market this s-a,,on, because we l.elieve thu themselves. The most gratifying' matter in the
IThe Health of the l-ov-i nor, Lt.-Geneial Si R. :ir.um-taunces of the country aud theprobabilities of whole correstouden-e is the faBrt that if, the actual
SM. Lttan, K.C'.M.G., wass -u,:h as to induce him 'rop return- are highly favour.il.l. Present pros- ni eswtyaexist:-Id, the BeIrmudians would readilship. What
t-, t. ain- over the aduiniuitrati.-u to the senior mili. pets indicate an early and a large crop of er/d,;. orw urt and provide the e-iuired steamship. Whnat
Stn-'T otfi,.er in order that His Excellency nmi-.ht ob- o"""", with an unusually small per centage :f has led rup to the present discussion is evidently the
St.i: that complete repose from are :and busin re.d oni)u- to follow. Te senior memblerof the disastrous returns on last year's Agri(ultural pro-
'. which his e,,udition rendered absolutely U necCsary. firm of' Mes--rs. Trott & ("Cox gave it, as the result of dince, which causes the people to re-adily liton to
S Con-equently at. 3-1 p.m. on Sattirday His his inquiries when residentin England last year, kinds of sophistry. Come, say the )resent Steam-
-Honor (,Culoel Gordon atteundled in the (C.:uniil that an ,arl.'t .,/yet of ,.'rt,- ,, a;oLs t.) Lodon hip dv te, let s own and work th New k
Cl'.iniber here I.e .as iiet by His H'nur the Cdef might [,e favoturably made, if judi,.iously left to the ail Steamiship, that will be a fundamental advance
Ju-ti.e andt such other member, of Her Majesty's management of one Consinee, which might pave in reforms fir the better. There is much in your
Colun,.il as could be stuumoned at short notice tihe way for future shipments another season, and several correspondent advocacy to ticklepopular
,1 u r nP .eventually lead to the establishment ofa regular fau.y, anud almost to persuade a credulous pmih..
Colonel MActuDonnell, R.E.,(Col.nel Crilftn,,, R.I.R., trade, which rmuiiht relieve the jr-es-;tu- ion thle CLet us sift the fai-ts, and. thin draw on~tte- unihpms-
aend -erveal other military Tier, the AttJ ueV New York Market, and thus serve to contribute to s d dedtious.
kr al lant .tme others. i TEIe Cief Justihe real the maintenance of teadier and more remunerative Tie Quebe: Steamship Company, for a sub.-idy

einmuent .t a temp,.,i ar mer. ure to Culonel (, rdou, on the whole than last -a nr hs l., manU tn) up furrlina' a fortniahtly talil -ervie lIetw een Brmtu-
S a le t t o f the Governor, in- e that therr will ie a decided inprvent o do andNew York, d luring crop son the
t firin, hiu that h r. halu take sick hi.ane, and de- the New York ile,,s )f l-t 'ear: while other", agree t,) run an extra steamer, akinn, duiiuri that
' l : i tElt I ..roml- -,ite l- ae l initrhtu T -" being thei very liare p -rcentae of white oni,.'us l-id, t u weekly line. The serIvic., during the .te-
I ILis E:c-.Ile nv hr.alth s-.outil 1,,re re,'ti,r-d. -A. and the c:']mne of thes-e being early reaped id an veral i.utra,.''ts n-ih hre 1,e,.- vn ''rrit ourt Ita_, nu
certiate iurn r. Park B. Tuck r anI Dr. Ogil- usl- a,tll aount of r edoni,-t favorite the whole, I.e-n perftornted wit. tolerable efit, ienuy
L i, P.M. ., lUi tt- Goveror at t' health iu the New Yuk Market-kto tollow, arei,.f opini..,u aud luuctuality, and mnuh nore .-tti.-fa, torily tlhau

th e vrur,., h ap -tI r'l. a ahin" on that a trial c-.n'o of white onions to Londoiu would by -"any previous Stearm.hips. Thh- '.:.utract has
th len amini,.t, eei the usral th.a s to Ci.l'.ir- prove opportimr. Messr-. Trott and Cox were asked eeu -neveral titnes awarded to the Quebee Steam-
ti, t a ied thul h to C ne f they would give the tter their personal atten- sp company after b:ingexpoe to Publi Tu-
r: thsn t tiu the evet a :nco-operative adventure being dr. Thie Cany have .be- n rolled on to provide
alrtt n t'-th te ti n solved on 1v the several farmers tlhoughout the implroved failiiw. eelpc-iall durm.- the cuirt.n
. ruI Lt. H R.E., AD.'., to His Ex- enty. Tleir answer was that they would tun- entra:t, and thy have owntliiu the 'Ori-
S ove dertake the busin.-,s if it was decided to send at. co,"' a new steamsiptr superior in point of aeom-
Ss -- le:bt 20,000 boxes, to whi,:h they' would tht.-melvsa robd.diion an' -ea gi:,in. qursities t.o any steamer
lThe BiltLopJ of Newfoiundaltrd tand subscribe, that they would have a steamer here in heretofor emlyed, and one too which will compare
Bermuda.l tume to secret tnu early marketl-a very essential mrost favouraibly with a;uy similarly classed ste-am-
S His Lordhip preached at Trititv Churh r, featurct in the success of the scheme-an'! would ship. It mnv.rli addui..:-d that, thie Or.in..o" is niot
Sund ay evLnin- last frP l a Petern v. prt 5th verse endeavour to render the whole adventure a success. .PIe, iallr alapted f,,r our tradl. but thr.re is nuothiun
Sa be -lthid with hnu, litv." Ot all the dist les 3fesrs.' Trott an'. Cox di*o d not d/ tre business. to ,hew that, tie Cotpanu, having made this great
t I Pete, had bt-u most s-l'ho.lEd in hum ility What a but, b.y ,:q /J stated on what terms they advaine, aret not prepre-d to go furtherandprovide.
flid of emorieisa must hiave poiu-e on iii when nwmuld undertake it, with a retsonabile belief in thie something till letter -.luted to our local pe.-:uli.;ri.
t he wiote such words oThe imnpetuous self rliance su.ess of the prtjet. The uuder-takinv of the ties. Further, the enter-prizing At ents ot theConm-
of the man had been often rebked, and he ud business would have involved nu-eh care ard pany in Beriuda, eve-r a.tiTe in promoting our in-
thern:ane with reat prtl. ticalexpeebu.aneenju o l trodtuble, which they would, however, have cheerfully sular prosperity, rhave, l their zealous attention to
't"ility he 1-1a r hltyi loathed jih niDe undertaken on behalf of our unerouts Agricul- the interests of all ontertuned, aid-d muh in bring'-
ility, thre ve-in- tlor_,ghrly lotheil with it. De-ti -e-

fining the word he e u-ed t-uipposed to refer to the tourist if they had s.eenu it to- mre cordially re- in' the servie- to its present state ofenthliucy. (.'oi.
over all apr-,.n worn velave. HiS Lordship ro- ospnd to the movement set on foot in Smiths and -reltly' appreh.uding thediflcultieswhitcha-roumded
needed to ta, te several references made to '.1- followed out in the other Parishes. The whole pro- the <:"rp of I1I. tlhey have made arr.unisements to)
elthede Scriptetes, and to sketch with delicate jeet wra one whieh specially oua ended itself t-o provide a thirdaditionaIl.,teame-durning C'ropSeason
Iu: intr in deripttuing, and t sketeh with2delicate

Sshading the whole picture of humiity which the our- farmers gene rally, who being thus directly .s2, without any co-t to the Public: Exchequer
life of ri-tds.1 s a ndto idns a t intered-td in the results wo ulde most likely havi The Company are entitled ti au anoint of public
reliance on 'hrit n a follow f His exaeplec taken great Cre in thie selection ad pack. o0lideratitn, winich min this dia.:ussion they have not
Hs t dtin- of the stufnt--,uality beig ,f importance. received.
wall ten el to a rowing erection in hi ilit, Of course it might he said that our farmers were But, write the Advocates of the People's Steamer,
wheneh pa scentf es mIPay e ,e viewed with tve taretpvin Canun ary, subsidtire areay


t On the orni o the previous Suday Hi tue benefits which might flow from a welt anag- tural produce to New ork and we bl:ing
* Lo ir r'ain t o ht'- Cou, s tPebrokes ed first enterprise. As we have said, the method of the country to thl, detriment of our own sons by
S "Were there not ten ...... where are the collecting the cargo would atirdi some guarantee of ctntilmting to the enurrmus profits of a Foreig-n
Nine m' St. Luke, xvii 17. i ality, and the management of the shi,,mn,,t nPy. Figures of G,, ..., are given i
The giving tlo to Gion for being what H.e is, y experienced agents, who had made themselves orruboration apparently, but wisel no attempt i
the giving tgory nr-ordrwithat.He-
thle scriptp, 'oif allptie au im"n. to, aur H.e m- in a imesure, ar' utain ted with thIe pe,.:ial eienut- de ito prote a t'exhhiit of sailing, port, and in-
ly Fah ithe wo-it ir o ai s staunes -f the Lndon Market, arnd the "gerea ent:al charges. It s-.emto1- -eneral" ,couced-
y oftranksgii whi r' participation in the results of the adventur.: hiad e'l that the Manager of the Quebc Steamship Co.,
difin- in degree froprayer which has in bi the much in it to commend tlhe whole project. While, if' disposed to err, is i:unt d rather on th e side of ri-
eUlrpzihettim of our ivant, wheas the a.iration of apparently, the present season lihas been lost by the gid economy. It may he asked allowing the Ber.
Cod ied jonin ia the nevr ate iureas e an-lia: cho- inadeqte reslpoine of our Agricidtlrists, we trust mula trade to he their most profitable section, what
n on ta T re tu -wholi tlhit another s- n will not lowe t pas profits as the Quebec Stamsihip Company divided :
So pai. tn l a th hole world without the project being realized. Of course hen a new-enterprie is publicly hunched it i
hw ,t r ist ,,. lu ity hhis lwo,:it private eterpriz would easily ill tule tle matter usual to produce a Prospectus, and by the aid of
S rir..',td m ss ;ony ;i.n ,rv tO ot, Te u inuh mre effetu.lly, but the proposal was to stubborn fuires to per-uade thePublic of the truth
L i w!' e mt irn r ti ulo n op-T e e a market ,Md tv enlistinga the planters in of its statements W hV at do we tfind in the pre-"ent
,h ,-re ar:theywho le, t.,pfteias iknun hif -
.ful. it l, ken tor,' s dnts havele the scheme, to: secure a favoiurle iutriodn.tiou, advocacy ? Evidently / i a ,/ ',d/its. increased ad.
,..-t t id in u m u-rn.a ,t their g, tc e t v trie ,n- in f ture yea rs, might bear iabttud-.,lt fruit, a vanta g to the great i rp mrters who eannot hold ind
when tIntmu i:n i nratt istt t o witi u the oul We rgret, as we a ave ,-er'ed, thU the lpresentt prb y would ot wish to iohl, e. stik thau the
frl m:t it, tru e alegiau e, an-d to extin-hui t the opportunity has be-en allowed to slip,, but we lo'ok- pooBt manwine thie e'ntoautmity. But what follows
btrLhat t n, wbii.rhIa- h.,Iee kindled iu the heart favourahly forward to the future, and hope that Fire or Six Thousand Pounds are to le taken from
rn ti.w r. iene.st year e hll have actions following o the Publie Treasury as a subsidy for five years or so,
-words. and what is that, it is ungni.irmously asked, in or.
i SuLLr. Pux.-We regret having to aunoutn.e the der that the people mray have a People's Steamer.
arrival off the East Eud of thee Ilauds, late on --- Why, Sir, the whole thinr is a confused coutradieo-
Wednisday evening last, of a vessel with a c-aseI rf GENERAL INSPECTION OF THE TROOPS tion. It is assumed that a subsidy is :,lmo'-t need-
Werileld : ti .;. t 1,ard. SIhe demaundeda visit fr-mr the' THROUGHOUT THIS COMMAND. less, and n.et the BermudilR P utlAi ar' mdestly gis k-
Health Offl.er and Dr. C. Butterfiecl was soon led to contribute a gratuity, amrrounting to twenty
within hailing- litan:ce-as near the vessel as his On Satyurday, the 25th ultimo, the whole of the per cent of the publi,- revenue, to eui:ourage the
iustru.'tious allowed himn t go on a fir-,t. visit. Royal Irish Rifies stationed at Boaz and Ireland People's Steaier, niud it doe.s not appear whether
The ve-gsel -prvored to be the French Batrui' Raoni Islauds, and Prospe t, under there coimaind f Lieut. are to have a second .crop teamer, to pny nothing of
(-t Mad~line" Capt..Miniae, from Eionaires, Hayti, Colonel F. R.. C. Crofton, conurading R. I. R-., a third. If the Quebec, Steamship Company are
bound to Harre, France. She has a Bill of Health were inspected at Prospect Camp by His Honor doing so well, why not propose that the People's
dat,-d tlhe i lth February 'whi. L -tates th:it i-.Il-t Coalonel E. C. Gturdon, R.E.. comuinaudiung the troops Steamer sh:,nuld he- placed Oea precisely the same bha-
pox prevail-din the t Town ani vi':inity.'' The Cap. iu Bermuda, who) was accompanied Liy Captain sis Surely, if the prenmise-, e correct, that would
tain reports thit lie was utteringig from Variola. Pons,..uby.'Brigade Major, and Lieut. Huoey R. be most liberal encouragement for the new enter-
That lhe was va:in:ated on thi.- l. t Felruary, that E., A.D.C. Owing to the stormy and rainy wea- prize of the People's Steam :r Will the Bermtudri-
ci tha: 2.,ti1 he had .hill. followed by a sliylit e-rrp- their that prev ailld all the forenoon of that day, ans aiaree to x t.x themselves 30o0 moire than they
tion." In a letter to the Vie.-.('-C'nsul for France the programume of the inspection had to be reversed, are now doing, in order that the Merthants may
he explreses a wi.h to be brought on h houre so that the inspection of the companies books, men's have reduced rates of freight at the public expense?
t:. Ho-pital where he might be attended to : kits, batriaek r.-:ms, canteeus, libraries, messes, it., That is the reil question. It i-s apparently aisnit
that his ..r.-tw ,e va:iniuattd aud that his essel were first goue through, whiiic:l continued until 1-30 ed th:i the People's Steamer will be tmiuned from
b. 1..,i.:-ed ia a s.tfe an-chorai-e," for all ,,f whM:t-l p.im., then tIhere was an hour's adjournment for the amon- the people of Bermuda. Must not Bermnu-
the ie-.-s.any a-rranige m-nts were la nd- and by mie to get thrir dinners and the Officers to partake da -eamen, even at higher rates than other seamen,
p aer ] -s;.,u (,'f Hi- HII:u,:r th.-- Actiaa Goveru:tr ,lt lhu.tu,nu at the R. I. R. Officer'.- Mess R...em, be logi-ally c-nagaed, aud what matters it, thePunb-
the He.lth Officer m.tnaugel to get ea board the whii l.a.sted till 2.m:il. At 3 p.m.. the whole of the lie purse will pay the piper! But that is not all
b'uvr-Toqu n SaT:tuday and va'c-inated thrie-e o'f thle rmeu w-i-re paraded aud formed up in Review Order, the Bermuda Ge wetumerin t areto Ibe br,.ught. under
crew-ithle others hal. beeu v.a ..iirudel h-fore--but. u thet spacious Cricket Field, to receive Hi- Honor some kind of 'obligation to the shtipnbiilder, who is
circiunmstanct e prevented the C'aiptoin's wi-lie- l.ein' thI e ('Col.ul Ciumin:mding, with ia Gleneral Salute', to provide the People's Ste.nuer, wthiih mary ven-
iurthler :carri,-l lut. On Sunday morning at 7 when the usual Inspecbtion anu.l drilling took place, tally (ome to mean that the Colony will hrve to
o'cl..: -k the R. .' .11. part-ed her chains in a very and marching past in slow and quick tine; atter meet the 'reater part ot the c')st, of the proposed
heav-y siu all, ad tihe' Pilot whlro vis detain.d :.n whMie i thIe men wnele put through Manual and1 steamship. It is surely mi'h better to pay a fair
IoarI, toolk hi-r .:l,:ar tol thi- rocks and to s,.- : the B'iyouet exeri.-is by C.iptaiu Sell.y .Sntyth, R. I. rate of freight thta, iudiLrectly to pay the differ-
Tun' "- Britanuia" w .- sent, to her na-itance and a Rifle-. The whole of the inspetiou, we are inform- en'e on the reduced rates in the shape of public
chlr!ua and anr.lior, was -.t-ut t: her by the- iteamer e.I, w.is most satisfactitry': the stormy weatherof taxation, whitchr aIld fall mo't umne,'wually and tin-
"St. CGoetr--" an'd shie was raf-elry cried t.,, ;and the mn'n-ting h-ad changed andi a beautiful and jusltly on taxpa-eras.
an..lin ed i Castle Harhour. bright afternoon followed. The C'iparuie froin The subsidy now paid of, Two ThoBusand'PPounds,
The Capt.in wv-as much better yesterday than on Boez and Ireland Island wore brought to Ilimiiilton caunuot be considered a higlu ....:, when, it is taken
his *arriva-l. H:- :l.-'ai.ilat-. thi t thi- '.ri-.is of his on lthe previous evening by the steuner Poatrt, aud into areccount that, owing to its payment, under
sit kn-'.s will b, in a dany or two. He was ..,u deck returned by s.nae -conv.-yancee to their respective the system of Postal retirmi, we are'repaid nl'outt
vest,:.1.rIv and wrote the Vi'e--iCoisul, iu --ool splir- statioun- at al..out :m p.m. ou Saturday. half of it in the Posital Revenue. A subsidy is ne-
its. On Thursday and Friday, the 2nd and 3rd inst., cessary to secure control, it beingallinmportaut, pass-
The Health Officer says, there is no o:.c,:asion for a Geueral Inspetion took place at St. Georuves by engers and hridils considered, that the steamship, full
alarm as he i- t:1kinr every lprecniti'.l in the mat- His Honor tbhe C clhonel C(ummanding, as follows :-- or n.,t full], -hould sail on a fixed day. Occasional
ter. The hlett-rs from the ship are carefully fumi- Thie whole of the Royal Artillery, commandled by steamers would no doubt do our work when freights,
gated when received and again before delivery. Lieut.-Colonel C. E, Newport, C.R.A., at 10i a.m., induced. But what is wanted is a regular, relable
Thie 'rew of the R. et .)l wish to proi:.eed on the aud at 11 a.m. the Royal Engineers, commarnded service, which it may 1,e doubted a less subsidy
voya.'e as they do n,.t appr.-hl.und uny d n.ge-r by Captain H. R. G. Georges, R. E., both corps in thau we are now paying- would hardly ; secure, and
marching order ; alter which the hurrack rooms, unless we maintain a service equally as good as
Ftron, the New York Seaitlh." books, kit.-, canteenS, libraries, messes, T,,., were in- that wes now have, it may be questioned if the Im-
SMALL-POX CURE slieted. At 2-I 'p.m., the Royal Irish Ries, perial Governuent would allow us to retain the ad-
A ianespondent of the Stockton, Cal I ., coinuanded by Major II. R. S. Chatfordt R. l R., vantages we at present possess, in the. matter of
gives the following as a small-pox specific: -ere inspected in mart-hiut order. Postal Revenuae We might be called on to contri-
I hereby append a receipt which has been used, At Prospect Cntrp, on Saturday last, 4th inst., n nt ter t Quebc temi e
to my knowledge, in hundreds of cases. It will re- His Hou.r the Colonel Communamuding ins.pected th on what terms the Quebee Steamship C ., would an
vent or cure the small-pox, though the pitting re whole of the Corps of Royal Engineers stationed at undertake a new Contract, but, takin it for grant-
edl that tire terms w-ofuLld not lie more umnfavourable
1fill.1. When .Jenner discovered cowv-pox in En'_- Boaz Island and Prospect C(amp, under thne ca- than t tr a d ot te m n orae
lan, the,, w,,rl.1 o' ,,in Itl nn n,-u.I. t r rand of Colonel A. R. MacDounel.o R. E. At at..preent, and taking the. existing contract as e


...... luf 1..........." ....... ... ....0. ..... ......... o, i,,,-,-."-... ... 01ur ba',is of comparison, what i1 there in the newly
f.uine: upon his head, but whon the most sc.ientiti, 10-15 a.m., the men were paraded and marched to olpounded sc eme _.aleulated to contribute to th
s,:-.h..l of medicine iu the world, that of Paris. pub- the Cricket. Field, and were there stormed up i propunmded scheine calculated to contribute to tnne
lishel thi receipt as a panacea, for small-p,,x it review order; at 11 a.m. His Honor Colonel Gotr- lien, and ti nclae tie outinued exercise of a
passed unheed,:k.. It is as unfailing as tate, and don, '. R. E.. commanding troops, &a:.companiedly.v in the Publi c
conquer in every instance. It is harmless when Captain Ponsonby Brigade Major, and Lieut. proper economy in the Public servi-ice.
taken by a well person. It will also cure scarlet Hussey, R.E., A.:D.C., arrived on the ground, and I FACTS es. FANOY.
fever; here it is as I have used it to care the small- was received with a general salute. After marching
pox. Whon learned physicians s.id the patient past in quik and slow time the men were marched National Board of
mumt die it cured. back to camp and dismissed. An inspection of the Sat. Pox AT Har.-The National Board of
Sulthe. of zi.n(, oun grain. b..oks, e., at the R: E. Orderly Room, and then Health at Washington has received advices from
Fxglove ,'igitalns, one.g o'rain the men's rooam-, kits, canteens, Librarie, nees Port au Price, Hayti, that during the week ending
FIglt a tcipoouial of su-ir rooms, e&., followed. January 31 there were 55 new eases of smallpox
-"111altemipoonurul o f sugr. & followed, and 238 death-;, and 'luring the week ending Feb.
Mix with two tea.poonfuls of water. The Ofliers of the corps were subsequently put rary 7, 79 new eases and 226 deaths. The Minis-
When thor.:urhly mixed add four ounces of wa- through Sword Drill. The 4th Company, R.E., tr Residen states thai wi-thout doubt these
ter. Take a te'r'ioountl every three hours. Either i commandc- by Captain Alexinder, R.E., were1 figures nae ; i-eatl unrlsimated, and that the
disease will disraoear in twelve hours. For a child brought over to H imilton in the noruing and taken disease prevails among all classesindisuriminately"
a smaller dose, accordinE to age. If counties would back to tht station in th afternoon by the P;,,, eva mong aeately
compel their physicians to usi tlhd. there would be The Weather was flue and cool throughout the Deaths in New York during week ending 1th-
no nee' of pest-hhouses. If you value advice and day, and ill the arrangements were conseu,.,ntly ult., 892:' of these, by scarlet fever 286: measles
experience, use this for that terrible disease, pleasantly carried out. 218: diphtheria 100 : small pox 51.


To the Editor of 1he Roial CGazlle'
SIr,-T enclose you a'little Pamphlet issued last
year by the Riwht Hou. Henry Fawcett, M.P.,
-fer Majesty's Postinater General, The Post
Office anud Aids to Thrift," popularly explaining the
Banking andl Insurance facilities offered by the
British Post Office. At p.ige 7 you will observe,
'nHOW SM.u.L ARfOUNTS OF OOVETiNMENT STOCK CAN
BE sBOUHT."
At anuy Post Office at wlhi.-h there is a Saving
Bank a person who wishes to inuvet 10o., or any
larger swum tup to 100/., in G(oveernnent Stock, can
do so at the current price of the day. If lie wishes
ti., buy a;ny amount not les? than 10/. and not ex-
('2*:ding 257., he i charged a commission of 9./.
The charge for amounts exceeding 25/. and not ex-
ceeding 50/. i6 Is. 23,7.; exceeding 50/ and'not ex-
cic-diung 75/. is 1. 9,. : and exceeding 7.5. ard not
exceeding (1 0/. is 2.. 3V.
On ea-h 10/. of Stock so bought interest of 3.1.
each six months is paid. and this interest will bo
received for the investor by the Pot Offlue free of
all charge.
If a person wishes to sell any of the Stock which
to has thus bought hlie can always Ido so at the cur-
.--nt price of the day, and he will be charged the
same commission for selling as for b.uying.
The amount of Governrn-nut Stock which any one
person c-au buy in a year must not ex-ceed 100/.,
DuAd the whole amount which he can hold in such
Stock nmut no:,t exceed 300/.
Alth,:ou:h when a per,--n has deposited 150/. in
tlhe Post Otfiee Savingzs Bank he cannot invest his
further savings in the Bank, he can allow the
150/. tost;y ther-', and the interest t) be added
ye, r by year until it reaches 200/. A. person who,
when he thus has 200/. in the Post Office Saving's
Bauk. still wishes to enutrut his savings to the Post.
Offi'.e, is able to do so 1.Vy intru:nting the Post Office
t'o buv Gove-rnnient stock with a portion of his
inncus, and he can continue doing this until he has
rnurcha-ed 3010/. of Stock."
Inu !he Quarterly Postal Guide, under the Head,
"Investrmeats and Sales of Government Stock Un-
der the Savin-gs Banks Act 1880." will be found
more detailed information. Stock Certifica.tes 5 .i,
10), or 20) are grontbed with Dividend Coupons
to bearer .pavable at. the Bank of Ene'land. A corm-
niision equrjl to that on sale of stoelk s charged on
the Stok Ce-rtit-ate subject to the usual fee pay-
able to the Bank of England.
Could not -oine arrangement be perfected to ex-
tend the benefits of this small investment in Con-
,'ols to Bernurida, throu.-h the Post Office- Depart-
ment ? The Bermuda Savinss Bank has done -ood
service Its benefits might be further extended if
investments in small amounts of British Govern-
meut Stock could be effected through its agency
and that of our Local Post Office.
THRIFT.
F'r the Ryual Gti:ett!,.
TO BERMUDA.
Lone Isles, of the blue transparent sea,
Cradled in 'torm 'ind sunny sheen,
How bleht you glow, with imagery
Of" snow-white rots and cedars gren
Eternal -pring, exults to fling'
Bright flowers abroad-birds, blue and red,
Chant, all day long, a cheery song
Whil-t heaven looks down and guards your bed.
Hfere dwelleth peace-content doth find
A home, in this mite, on Atlantic's breast,
Where earth and sky, and waters bind,
ThIt stubborn sense, with dreanmy rert.
The halo'd moon, the still laogo.u,
The stormi-rak gathering overhead ;
Or sudden squall will not alpl,
Whilst heaven looks dowu and guard your bed
My heart flies back to days long dim,
When o'er you tide a shipwrecked crew,
Flew laiy-pacaed their eyes abrim
With tears, as nigh y..iur shores they drew.
Each Christian bold his tale hath told;
His voyage is done ; his spirits fled ;
But fame repeats their noble feats!
' Whilst heaven looks down and guards your bed.
God percht you here, atop the main,
For what wise end we may not tell:
H-e- girdled you with ehoral chain,
And wrouPht it wondroudv and well!
The foaiadng wave may lash and rave,
Until lis strength is ,rell-nigh dead:
Yon growing rock will stand the shock,
Wbhilst lieaven looks don nand guards your l.ed.

GENTLE HINTS.
There is a rumnour in Town c-f nnew get up"
relative to a New York Steamer. Let the- Public
underst-ud, however, that if we cannot get a Peo-
ple's Steamer ne hbad b.-tter -tick to the Gulf Port.
Company, for they have been our tried friends a,; to
puintuallity.
Inspe. tors -are wanted tor our Produce tinder the
Shed le-fore being shipp d. A Farmer the other
day called my attention to a number of brhxt of
green tomatoes that will hi ink up before they
could ripen. Such shipments will help to iinin
our- trade.
Pn.,l.,,Ir,,, nlit ,r.-I notice that we have ano-
ther improvement in the fl.iut street of. Hamiiltou,
viz.:-a -plendid Photograph Gallery: th.-operatoi-r,
Messrs. Darrell & Son, guarantee to make you look
pretty, even if you do not comefup to the standard.
I presume they have taken lessons from across the
water.
.lll;qrato,'s.-The American Crocodile.-There Ls
a good chance for the Publice to see two juvenile ;
Alligrator-, free of charge, on board the Schooner
R ain.,, at the centre Shed in Hamilton, The
Alligator grows to some 15 or 20 feet in length in
s.ime of the rivers in the Southern States of Amer-
ica. and lives principally on fish, but will devour pigs
und dogs when they can catch them in or near the
water. In winter they burrow in the earth which
tley enter under water, and work upwards, lying
t.rpid till Spring'. Tle female lays a greatt num-
ber of eggs, which are deposited in the sand, and
left to be hatched by the heat of the sun., ,
Iok.',, flr',-r',',y are becoming very fashionable:
if you wish to be in style you must follow up, as
we have quite a munber on our streets now-a-days,
and they make a nice appearance.
A CLOSE OnSEnEvn.
An inquest was held in St. Georges on the 6th
ultimo, before Dennis Tucker. Esq'., Coroner,; on.
view of the body of George Batts, late Guinner,
Royal Artillery, who fell into a ditch .at 'Forf
" Cunnineham" between II and 12 on the teviouns


nibrht. Aft-r viewing the body in the mortua.r &at
the Station Hospital, St. Geoi-ges, the Coroner re-
quested the Jutry to accompanyy him to-exane 'the
place from which deceased fell at the Fort, .which
they accordingly did. After this,Griniers ,Hiry
Chaplin, Walter Sturmey, Bombardieu John Ward,
and Dr. Brodie;" A.M.-D.i gave evidence befdie't.-
Coroner and Jury at the Town'Hall, wben, the fol-
lowing verdict 'was returned:-- That tie .said
George Batts, late gunner Royal Arillery, onthe -
twenty-fifth day of February,;in theeydar'8, ".
being stationed at Fort, Ctmningliam;" on "the
Island of Paget," did then aeridentally, -asa-ifly,.
and by misfortune, fall from.a temporary bift .
leading over the ditch of said .Fort .nCuinnghain,
up:,un the tone pavemerit belniW, therel.kdisloat'ing-" "
Snek, did l h,did lan an.l languishingadid lie" f-ir,
the space of five minutes, and then died d.'t sthe.
Jurors aforesaid on their' oath' at'oesatd do'an; : "-
that the said Georg6 Batts; -ih mailer and '
means aforesaid accidentally, casually and by mis
fortune came to his death, and hot otherwisee" :: : :










BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


For the Rc"val! azelle.
"TRUTH" ANSWERED.
DEAlR Sr,-Ti uotiedl in yowr last Gazette"
that a person over the signaturee of Truth," ac-
cu-zes iue of maidng. inu my letter of thl 14th
February, a tal-e -t.itemnnt of the1 poiOtiu of the
euutry: if I had lone o, I -hotl..l indeed b.: *.:'.rrv
but I c.uunt coe th point. Mvy onlyI aim i- t., raise
the -onuutry. nu.:t t,' lower it. in tl'- eti. ; .n .of
atrangers; but hIe Lc.i 8see that other wlit.- in then
sie pjp.', th.t ao f the ithl, which view, it ,lif-
f':-rently. Tl.- writer *p.iks 4fb how ii. *'.i ,Ir
eCuintr hai itilnio'e.l within thlI lst liB years iu
i-s Publi, Buillin-.z, si,-.h .-, AQ ylaita. B.ink-, ,::
I inmuit allow ith," tormi.-r Btdldinl" is a ve i reqauti-
site oue, aund I lihve ofte-n wounderedl why it wasi
not more patronized by our poor Farmers, a.s dur-
ing the last five- years. th'v have lhad l,.ase enoiuh
to ,"riv'- them .erazy. W Iei-u ,n t'.ils all the ye:r',
Tric--ly feet'iung ,n the h ak- of the land, andl fiudn
out wheu his crop is sold, that he is ,more in debt
than whna he a,-i:naitced., is he uot to be pitied '
With re'ard to Banks, I doubt if you v-will fiu. very
much in then belouging to ouir Farmers, who are
unquestiounablMy the i.aiLnt.ay of the country : t/ni
ut,., are their faflilies, and it t;akeie all they eani
do toruu them. I jud.'e by "*Truth's" writing' that,
he is one .ft' tie plartin that says that Farmciers
should not have any interest in ownership of a
-Steamer; that they hadl better attend to the-ir
farmiug; they quite aprree to hamve a .ist'anIieal', butt
th-u she imuL-t be ,anued I, a few lerc-liuta s.,
yout .ee the"y are at their old wiurk ag.in : if tli:*y
cannot et the whole buinca-s in their Ianuds th,-y
would rather for strau:'er to have the b-nuerit. I
leave it to answer v..twher or oi un-
try i-3 improvii or not; I think our Fanners v.,..uld
give the l.be-t ausiwer. M'nuy thanks f.:or the ,:..in-
pliient; of oolu-.s I inmut expect sonie ielbuff-s,
when working aga.iiust eIClh a strong current.
A PUBLIC FRIEND.
For /i. R ',,,' h. T'://,.
MR. EDrTOn.--I nu,:ti'-e ii tlie -1 t i,-tbe liut on,"
of the Gazette" the del-ath of Be--i.- Albuoy ot
Hamilton Parish, inu 'r i ., c !.*i,.,d1 ,thl i ,. ,./
!ya n"--what a pity it i; thA:,t au-hl a Prodi1gy had
uot beeu know tiu bi tin- 'eu-ral lommunlity, to 1.1y
nothiiug of the number (f Strla u'eTs w]ho) visit otU'
shore-, every oue f w-hoa would hat-v? leen ,l-ter
to) see what -h iuild hav.: beeau oue tof the .- ,t.bliihdAl
lions f the c.untit'y.
What a fortune might h.ive been a.:-iumuil tel it
her friend- h.al been on the ,; ci 'i',, ILad exact. .
fee by au exhibitiiu of this old 1 Oid f,,r oune e.iou
ouly, which w,:ould d'ilubitl,- ha.- le.lize'l fr thli,
Parish more than acres of Onions and then whleu
death eaine, they e,)ld in verity "inourn their
loss."
Although oiIr eouutry ii famous for longevity,
no person as far as I have been able t,., asce'.rtaiu,
las ever attaine.l to any tldin like the ase. indicat-
ed : at least there is uo reliabl.ie re'.ord of a piers,.i
living so lung. It ike a perciliar interest in lou'i:-
vity, and am verely skeptical as to the -orrt-eetuar-- f
age, whi,:-h I afteu ,,e published. To think ,.i_-
self old and to be thought -io by ,others is one of the
weaknesses of human natiu'e. It is a pa..iou in.
tinc-tivelvy cherished by a certain class of peope,:-
while in another -la,s thp very opposite predomi-
nates.
Even in Europe amion&z millions of p:r ple. ther-e
is no well autheietiateiAt fIst.t.'..., iex'ept ''.V pl .r-
hapsi of au individual rivalling the na-e of Be-sic
Albuoy, so that if her age can be imlbstautiated,
Bermido will stand forward as having rearedAl one:
of the longest tivere -iue the tim,- af th, Patri-
aroTWARDs.
WESTWARD.


,': We learn tlhaIt tho Reverend (.'l, rl-rn .
Mwrr,-i, Re.tor of St Andrew's Chiir.-h. N.,-w
Y.,k., uow a a-ue. t at the Hamilton Hott.l, will
pr..,.-h in Ho'- Trinity C'hurch in thi' Town, ..-n
Fri.laiy rveui.. n-uext.

IThe Troops.hip ,O.,.."- m.-y I, :xp.:td at Be --
iiir.a 11 .a:ut th anud ,.lf L. xt initth or be'-iniiun- of
M y. ':. u h.r v.a- y ]h.ini- fr.'am roi ul 'of Til'.:.',
.Si-rvi.. It i- p:,-ible lVHw- tver that ;'h,:in.y p., to
Halifax I., talk .i R.--guar-ut the .-'' t,.. Ene'laid.

From (hile Vest Indimei.
The Rnyal \hail St'lni- Bela' Iit. C'pltain Shaw
from Jamaica. with VWe I rnlia M'iils. arrived >at
St. Gorges on Wednesday last.. '.he left in tl.o
afternoon for hfalifx:s.
\'e are indebted to ('apiain Shaw for a file of
Jamaica papers of the 2ith ultimtii
We have received by the le/.i .ome ex':-han'e
fies from the Islan-s unl Demerara, but they do not
afford us any news of run'mc-ut.
The exr-itement in Jamnii-a, alluded to in our
last, had not sulbsided on the pror'vatiou of the
Council.
.--------.-..>A-----
NOTICE TO C('oRPEsPONDENri4.-Wee e'-eir'e an iui
te-iiew with A. Fa.t."-A ** Publi-- Friend" in
,jar une-xt.
-. -. ... -- ....
BIRTH. iunWarwi.-k P-iri-h, ou thle '2,th of last
Mouth. MHs. F. S. W.WAD, of a SON'.


NOTICE.

Public Auction,

THE BALANCE OF
Stock in Trade of late
FREDERICK PAINTING,
IVITH HOUSEHOLD


Will be -sold on thi- Pt iuoisues
1IT tu imb
COMMENCING AT 11-0 A.M.
G. SP[TRLING,
Auctioueer.
Hamilton, 6th Mar.h, ISO?.

Notice.
TENDERS will be re-
ceiveil fotr the liurchlase of thl,
-lH)OUE AND LAND sitnuat,.d
on the South side. of Wamwick Parish, lately
occupied by hMiss C. H. AuDAMs, deceased.
Tenders for the above Propertv will be re-
ceived by the tindersigned, on or before
5th of ,pril .Next.
Not boitid to accept the highest or any
Tender.
C. A. JONES.
HFnrilton Marc.h 4thl 1.' 72--2' : v I 1sIn


February 27, 18S2. -_________ 0_ -O
ADMIRAL McCLINTOCK AT S 1'. VINCENT. N NOTICE.
The Ball to the Admiral and Officers of the Fleet
took place at the Court House on Ftiday evening THE Undlrsiv-ned, f'antpmnplatiting a (.han'"e
as intimated in our last. It rained very he iily in the lusines rat th.-ir BITANCFH HOUS.E
from 6 to t. Yet a large party turned out to mcet in SO.MERSET, requ-est all pl rsons Inrld'.ttrl to
their distinguished Guests and we are glad to hea that Establishment to settle their ACCOUNTS,r
that ever y thing went off well.-Every one seemed that Etabli ent ttle t ACCOUNTS
pleased and wi.-hed to please. After supper Hk on or before the
Honor the Chief Justie in a few happy remarks 6th APRIL next,
gracefully welcomed the Admiral aud Offiaers to
our shores and stated that, as the first name of the after whic-h date allac n-0cints reiiiniinugtu un-
Committee, he was deputed by the subscribers to 1-laid. unless .-afisl'actorily aran''. for,. will
the Ball to propose the health of His Exc:-llency be 1ilacedl in legal hands for acll'ctiinn.
Vice Admiral SmP F. LEOP,-'LDMCCLINTOCK, F.R.S., J. H. TRIMING11AM && SONS.
and the Officers under his conimard, an-. to express
the pleasure that they had in meeting them here Somerset, 'th March, iSS-2.
to-night. Sir Leopold replied in fitting terms, re-
marking on the proverbial hospitality of West In- T. H M ILLER
di us and their lovely I-lauds, which hospitality
he was happy to say still existed, as of yore. That -T,.4 0
wheu he left the West India Station he would ear- ..
ry with him many pleasing recollections of the .. '-" ,. ,,' .'
friendships he had formed while stationed there, .. tIT. ,
ai,d in conclusion he would sincerely thank them
all for the very cordial manner in which they hald C IVES Notice that his Shop will be (IPEN
pledged the health of his brother Officers in the during the present weul-, but will be
strTi.-e and coupled his name with the toast in such CLOSED from MONDAY until FRIDAY dur-
flattering terms. His Excellency at midnight. ing the ensuing week.
alonr with the t-Governor,the Archde'coun, Hamilton, March 7, 1832.
the Vicar General, and a few others, left the Court t ar1__________ __
House, but the greater number waited for a couple
cf hours later and appeared thoroughly to eujoy W ante
themselves until the programme of dances was n
gone through and the Band played God Save the '.1 HOUSEMJAID, who can wait
Queeun" at 2-30 a.m.-St. Vincent Witness, Feb. at Table, and a Strong Girl as


DEFECTIVE STuE.is".- SAILITNG OUT OF THE PORT
or NEW YoEr.-TU the House of Representatives,
Washington. on the 1..th ultimo. Mr. Cox of Ne'v


Capable of attending a Cow. Good charae-


York, moved a resolution to thle effect, that certain terms ,t"tspesatte.
v ssels called steamers have sailed out of the Port Apply,before e one o'clok.to MRs. YEARSLEY
of New York under the English Flag and with I Wuodlamds, Pemllbroke.
Ametican certificates, among tbrm the lost steamer March 7th, 1SS2 -1 pad
Balarna: that it is alleged that the lost steainer was ___________
uuseaworthy, of which fact the Superintendent of
Steamship Inspectors was advised, and thut it is
further allmecd that other vessels are unea-
wo thy, and directing the Secretary of the Treasury
to com:nunicato to the Hoise all information in hibs
office in regard to snchvessel, with a view to so
annind the law as to remedy such gross disregard I
of life and property.
MRS. GARFIELD.-A committee of ex-Confederate
soldiers residing in Cincinnati iand viuiity visited Seving' IM achinel s,
the home of Mrs. Garfleld on Washington's Birth-
day, and presented to her a Eet of memorial resolu- WA NZE1 WI LSON, LIT TLE
tions handsomely framed in Tennessee marble, inlaid '
with onyx. General C. A. Withers, made a pre. \\'IL.ON and G .IIDNEi. Sewing
ientatlon address, in which he testified to the re- Machines.
aspect of all the old soldiers df the South for the late Machine Thiroid, Needles, Soap
President. Mrs. Garfield and the Predilent's aged
mother were deeply affected. ai.d 01, for above.


The noted new English torpedo-ram Polypbe.
mus' was placed in commission on 16th Januamy for
particular service.

Standding O(rders
FOR THE TROOPS IN BERMUDA,
PRICE-ONE SHILLING.
On Sale at Royal Gazette" Stationery Storau.
tiamniltou, Maroh 7th, 1882.

Whittakers' Almnnack,
1882, PRICE Is.
At Royal Gazette" iStationery Store.
ilamoiltun, Feby. 14, 1882.


Over 700 Machines have teen sold by the
Subsceiher in ihi-se Islands anil have given uni-
v r.-,l satislacii ,n, airl have beaun pronounced
Lo be the bcst in use,.
C. H. ROBINSON.
7th MArch, 1882,
45 Frout Street, Hamiltou. f

Cricket Bat%,

BALLS and STUMPS,
Selling at REiDU)CED RATES
at the Royal Gazett<* Statdionery Store.
(&Som6 BA TS lalf price)
Hamilton, March 8, 1382.


NOTICE.

Sale of Real Esta'te
in1 Sandy's Parish. known as


BY PUB1-LIC AIT C TION
ON THE PR PR.i1SES,
.\i 12 o'clo-.k, '.A .,


Sth March Next,
tThat vallual:le and vel'ypV )IO-
-f.'.- ducliv\' 1'orm of ri bout o1 neres, 2s ofr
ithich are iahble? land of thle rithest i 'ed clay,
siltiated near an.i fronting the water, is a sp.i-
cious 'TONIE \LLI'EI.LING 1 O)USPI, itn g,.od
order, wii:h Oiuthloais,., Ta& iks, l.imaekilns, &e.,
oin lli Ii re i eiei s there is .a C \Vi, the eC t-iit ofl
Ihiiclit hb s ni, eer Ieean ,'-ertfaiin l, all eI ic,.--.ed
with I1 s bst'l .antIi:ail st..nt .v.ll .
s ;i pli--'s i' c-ut'i ry res-,iene it c' ihan ot.I be
suirp,-.el b-iiir si'iant,.,l btwaee 'n oiner.t--t
Bridge aii! .'t- l'r-,es fly, otU have I ;l'titt hn.ili-
ful sheet of watl, a' t i L tlIe .":ould., wiilhl tihe
Lihlithouse on the i'iht, and the ('e-at Soin I
on IhI letf, .11. li'rky, dl, ,.ith tihe "-hIip. int
(irassy' ll.iy f'riiiiii. a ainost lieaiutit'ul Pa.ilitu a-
n l'a. lor b ai.liii',, i hl ,g. ''i -;iiing .an( Shoot-
i'iLg, it. caaii.tL be ei u.ilrel it aiiy part of the
Islands.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Feby. 2S, l1S:'2.--wiie ;3p1

OnilHand.
A FUL L, iSSO/fTJIR, T..
rTENNIS BA.TS--Ladies & Gents
Re.ulati'. Ten iis I1 \,.LS.
LawIn 'Tenis Mi A RKI'..: I,
floxhin_. GL V' ,
CED.t i \V'ORK, PA L11ETT',
ACACIA,, iELL..
IONE'Y, Cd.r lic r'y .VAYRUIP,
Cayenne Pi.PPEIR, .\ltAlOlI!iOOT.


Pepper POTS aud CASSAR EEP.
C. H. IHOBI.ASOJY.
7th Marhb, IsS2. 1I
45 Front Street, Hamilton,

FRESHi GARDEN SEEDS,
1882.
Go to (C. H. B olo:iison's anwl select.
your Stock of
.iU!SK .MELON, PULilPKIN,
wter MllELON, QU U II,,
CU1.'UAl2EIl, Vreg.,table !A --R['IJ-'.V,
Pi': iS, BEAN,, ,-ugar CORN,
*'hliniuse rugar C \NP,
.\nd lther :eaeds.
C. H. ROBINSON.
Hamilton 7th March, ls12, '
45 Ft out Streot.

SBoots & Shoes
Ex Orinoco,
VERY CHR,, FP.
NAT HANIEL YESEY.
Devwrohire, February '27, 1..-3 31p

Soluble Guano.
I,qmn oniated from Fish and Ve-
getable matter.
Flor all ront-crops its -l'eets ii p,'sitive unid i1n-
e-iu ll l, hi ingint ,.n the ei'r.p enriv, troatly in-
cr-a.ing the quantity. anit- imnpo in'.,0 the quality
of tle i Idl.


J


H


Card of Thanks.

T HE Un 'ersic'ned thank the farmers who
S proj''- i ted th i? i-a of ui..a kini :t sl iia nt
of White Oni:,in, to Eu'n.-laiia o1n at uiLt 2a
next, anl who relied on them for the -t'?uaer
anad the nnn ai <'enr-. t of' tLe bttuintiS..
l'hey beg to thank the Mag'istriates ot all of
thle nine Paiishes who voluntarily presided at
the Public Meetingo actuated by anxiety to
l.-nelit the island l export. and who f. rwardced
the li.-ts ou subscLil:,' rs. But they arl obliged
ito make iit known that the subscriptions were?
so v.ry far below the CO0.0.1)1 Boxes required as
to oblige them to aband,..n the projec-t for
IS.2, and await niore liberal inducveai'-nl. in
another se.iasC'n.
TROTT & COX.
Hamil(on, Bermuda, 7Lb March, l%?2.-1
Gazette ouly.

Wanted,


.-:l- vLEO
Of about 550 tonls R'egister,
To covary from ihese Islunds to Constauntino-
ple, th- .aurgo of the Italian Bar--jue "' Emilie
Figiln," Clapain Nicolaui, put into th is
Poit in distress, consisting of:
19,832 Boxes of Refined PETRO-
LEUM,
And 100 Rairrols RUM.
TENDERS for the above will bo Received
ut My Offlce, on or before 12 o'clock,
ON6 FRIDAY NEXT,
the 10th instant.
JOHN S. DARRELL,
Agent.
St. George's, March ?, 1SS2.

Pitch Pine Lumber.

r j1H E undenuentioned han dsomely
"- aortel CAl.' tu, per '" ii elecJ, fro
Jacksotivi'le, co,'s.6atin- of


3 by P)
2 bv
2 by -1
IL by 12
2.. by 7
"2


21 by 5
3 by 4
2 bIv 3
5 by 8
3 by 7


4b1)y f 4l-by 5
2 by 6 2 by 5
1 Y3. "i ; byl12
5"1.-.9 5 by 5
- by 4 21- by S


SN-)D,
1 by 6 and I by 6 Dressed G. and T.
FLOORING,
1 by 12 and 1I by 12 Dressed plain jointed
FLOORING,
is offleredl for Sale for Cash only.
S. S. ING-HAM.
iHftnilton, MIar:-h A 152.--2 1 .p.
G.-zette" ounly.

"TaiorinQo,.
T ..)
THE Und>trsignedal has just ree'-ivead a choice'
sel-tion of ENGLISH and SCOTCH
TWEEDS,
PLAIDS, and
FINE COATINGS.
G. B. SWAN,
Reid Street, West "IRoyal < azettu" Office.
Hamilton, March 6, i-82.--2


VAN T' Tl= 1.1


50 Barrels of the above 500 on BoiUd and
usi received per "' t.rianoo," and for sale by '
the undersigned. Mortgage,
S. S, INGUAM. ON PROPERTY IN THIS TOWN.
lamilton, 7th March, 1982.-1 Appy at "Royal Gazette" Office.
Hanilton, Mar..-h 7th, lSS2.-oucce


-. i azeate- alauy.


A Good General Servant.


Apply at the Office of this Paper.
March 6, 1 SS2.
.FOR ,SALE,


A CARRIAGE, in good
Condition.


A 1)pply to

March 7th, 1882 -1


THE. l;COACh1MIt'J.
Cu//au"


FOR RENT,


,e'i A Comfortable COTTA GE,
Ij with G Acres of Land, near Mount
-Is l L angton. Possession given on the
1st of April next.
For particulars apply to
MORRIS A. M. FRITH.


Lost,
N SUNDAY LAST, bet (veen the Ametican
House and the Store of B. E. Dickinson,
Esq.. Front Street,
A CHILD'S CLOAK,
Blue Velvet with Red Hood.
The finder will be suitably rewarded on leav*
ing the sawim at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, March 4th, 1582.


NOTICE,

For Barbados and De-


mnerara,
THE SCHOONER


DA RR ELL, IlAsrr:,
Will Sail as above, on


Hamilton, March 4, i1i.-3 times .V.W wednesday the 151^

5 REWARD. ofMr ch,
TO nTT ZPIT ECT.
',VHEREAS, on the night of the As she will ,rost likely be at the ahove Ports
>rd Instaut THEI PREzilDS S of the at t'.e mu.st favojirable season for cl;eap : ugar
Uulder.igne1 l iand Molns es, it wriuld I,e well for Stor'e Keep-
AWere Broken into: ets to scure Lu i' nT -nuer srup.
A P ltci c.I Lf.I wv;II 1-


the above reward will sIe Ipi t., a u one civi,,g
su lch infori.atio,i .ai slhall lea. io 111p c',.'jvictio.
of the '[T'hiev s.
R. P. ATKINS & CO.
Hamilton, March 7, 1882.-once


a. r'l'-'iitti '!.i b \'1 I)e open at,
our 1 Itlice, were t.he amount orf eight, required
may be secured.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
2Hamilto, Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1882.-twice 8p.


Coloniald Sel /s Qffi'e.
S 4TH MA-'iH,,l8-..
T IS EXCELLENCE LIEUTENANT .GEN-
ERAL 'SIR, ROBERT M.. LA.F'?N, R.
E., K.C.MI.G., being incapacitatedby extreme
i!!ue.ss front administering the Government, of
B-L. unlda the Admitiist-'atiou bha.; lby virt'vue of
Her Majesty's 'L-ttrs .Pat'fent cr'stitutiug the
Ofc,:. of Governor-d(-ivolvbd upon
C'ooloel liMe Hlonornbih '". Ci"A. Go,*-
IdonI, C'.W.E., '. -.
the Senior Offleet in Comtuaud of H ir Majeos
ty'-, Regular Troops in these Islands, who was
,luly swoni into'Office by, His Hobtrb THE
C .IEr JITSTICE this day. -
By His Honor's Commuannd;
JAMES TUCKER,
Actiiig Colonial Secretary.

Colon ial Secretae'ys Offce,
4lH MARCH; 1882.
IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED-for Public In-
formation that His hr-.Tnor Colon1el E. C.
A.. GORDON, R. E.. Acting 'Govertnor, will
attend at thb. Public Buldings on MONDAYS
and THUTTRiDAYS froni 12 to I o'clock, for the
traiinsction of Public Business. .
By lHis Houor's Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE,
HAMILTON, 13TH MARCH, 1882.
T~HE Senior Conunmissariat Officer
S will reopiv?
TENDiERS N DUPLICATE
up to 12 o'clo'ik Noon, on
Friday, 10th March, 1882
from Persorns dc.irous -r' T.-ndoring for theo
Supply of

for the War Departnaent, for a period of 12
Months, commencing fr,',m 1st AphIL, 18l52.
Forms of Tender ean be obtained
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. dailFy,
on a written or personal application to the
SENIoar COMMISSARIAT OFFICER, up to the day
previous to the openingg of each set of
Tenders.
T. B. STEWART,
A. C. G.,
('. 0.

Estate of Samuel A. Har-
vey, Esq., deceased.
TE[E UNDERSIGNED EXECUTORS of the
Will of the late SAMUEL A. HARVEY, Esq.,
hereby, in pursuant, of the Trustee Act, 1876,
give notieO that all Persons having CLAIMS
against the above estate are requited'to render
their Accounts
On or before Saturday the 8th
,lpril dNext ;
and that the Executors will then pr..t .dto
settle the Estate, having regard to suc:t
claims only as they shall then have notice of,
anl that they will not aiti wards be liable for
Claims of which they shall not then have no-
ti,:e.
All Persons INDEBTED to the Estate are re-
quested to settle their respective accounts by
the above date.
Accounts are to be rendered to, and settled
with, the. Undersigned G. COCKBURN HARVEY.
EUGENIUS HIARVEY,
G. C. HARVEY,
WM. S. BARR.
Paget, 6th March, 1882.

NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS havin, Clabns
against the Est'ate ,f the late FRED-
ERICK PAINTIN are requested to render
their A.counts to the Undersigned
On or before 15th .lpril ensuing,
and all Persons INDEBTED to the above Es-
tate are requested to make Payment by same
date.
THOSE. MILES,
D. SPUrLING,
Hamilton, Gth March, 1882.
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been male within a tew
years in riaualuctariiig food products, a.ind the
tandarin of quality lhs beea raised to a print 'ar
beyond that wlhichi form.rli obtained. We claim
that this has, to a consideruble extent, been due
to our effort ; as the L.,r,.~st Iar.ufaeturera urd
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PORE and WHa,LE.
soMns goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be ol superior quality, and dealers,
are authorized to refund the purchase price in.
any case where customers have cause lo't dissa~ -.
tisfaction. It is, thereore,to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealerp. in all ,
varieties of Food Products,
N EW YORK.
LONDON. BORDEAUX. .
P.S.-Our goods are fori sale by doat,,rac, ;
and all will get them if requested to'do so.--im


UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN.I''i' POST OF-
FICE HAMILTON, March 6tbh, 1882.
Joao S de Amaral,. Frances Anderson, Magg
Brown,' Jose S de Betencurte, Jose.S de SralniI
WVm Brown, Mrs P Bates, 3chr Kt .Cw $i .
Conyers, Josede S Dolovico, ElizAbe T f .r7i;0
Horn, Robdrt Hall, Mrs Hawthor at
Benj Inniss, MV Nunes M J Nicpllst t
Mrs W H Robinson, Henry-W Smitlh-teru I f-
Schr D A Small, Brig Banman SAmi I iAftfiA A"
Silva, Richard Smith, Brig 7H rqiobridye Joi Tole.
man, Frederick E Tile, Lucy Truit, tio i Whie
W H W illiams,Bak '/ .w, ; B.qirkit. .. .
ney, James Weeks.- '* "-
LIST OF UaSO!LAIMED LETTERS IN 'THE'
POS OFF ICE ST. GEO.RO-'S, Maroh 6, ISS .
Thomas Br", Lh]'eia Caroline Doiley..Brl D :
B T .. .. .. ...._'
A Small, 1) 1. Frith, (Tucke s Town), il h .
W Jones, Benjamin bimmons, James Smith-, rk :" .
WmIN. Wilson, Alflred Zkiison. a' :' -.'l
.. . ~.4.: ;., 5,


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o AmDysner psepshit, Lite,
Diseases. Fe e, r ,
1 lte, Ithetirna-
tism, D-i'opsI,
Biliousne8ss, ervo$ts DebillUy, etc.
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Which converts the Stnrch nudl aiugir ofr he
food Into alucose A dei-eleney hi Pitynilnue
cauxe Wind and RSoiiultril he rood in tih
stomIachb. If the mredlcint, i- taken iummedi.
intely after eating the trmuaentutioa of food
i- prevented.
It acts upon the Liver.
It at uion tpo he Kidney..
it iegsulates the Bowels.
It Purtles the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promote. Digesllnn.
It Nourlshes, direng he"n and Inrvlgornite.
J t carries ofi the Old Blood andl makes inew.
It opensuthe pores of the skin anlid induces
Jlealthy Perspi.ation.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poi;on in thU.
blood, which generates Sorotaiik, Ery.ip-lad, .ii .ll
onknerof skin diaeacea anid internal hthiriur-. (1
There arfe n spiritmlemployrd in it- rr.aniti actur- .and
it can be taken by ite ito.-t dt-lrcate bald,o o I- tiL
,p d And feble, .cit Wl -il ,, ryYr.i .i i. ,',,.i,... t..
CATARRAH CURED.
DEAR SiR,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrh for a long tione, could
get no relief, until I commenced using 'he BLOOD
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diately after taking it made mie dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
circulation atidI acting on the diseased matter it, my
stomach, caused by the droppings of the eaatirh
matter. I invariably found, however, Ilial this dizzy
feeling soon passed away, my nerivus system was
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
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Respectfully yours,
J. H. 'MIALLWOOD.
No. 319 West 10th st., N RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY COMiPLAINT.
SIR,-I give my testimony wi'h iilei.ure to the
beneficialreutlts of your BsLOOD PUIUFIER; nmy
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size made a perfect cure. I will also bay my liges-
lion has unproved so Lha' I can eat anything wit hin
reach.
P. F. MAIIION,
No. 19 llo.ch-st., Now York City.
dICK HEADACfHEAND DYSPEP No. 151 PErRRV-.T., NEW Yolu x CITY.
DEAR SIR,--Your ju-lly celibral.i INDIAN
BLOOD ..VRIJP his nrilir.-lu curd ime of Sick
lHeadaclheu a..d Dy-p.psia, ol Ill1 year' ,iandint.
It also cured my child of scarlett Fever, and my
wife of Fnimale complaints.
GEORGE H. REYNOLDS.
Isanc Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th at., (of Dahl.
nman Brothlers, dealers in horse stock), cured of
Dyspopsia and Indigestion of niany years' standing.
Henry Dahln:in, of lthe sarue firm, cured of Sore
Thruot atid tndirestion, niter having been treated
by physicians without beneficial etfcti.

CONSTIPAIfION WITH HEAD\11E.
No. 99 \\ EST HOLTSTON-ST, CITY.
Slt,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP ta. ,'uted
:ne entirely of the distress in my lit-ad, arid rolievi d
every difficulty oflmy bowl.s. I must bay ihat it
ia the best medicine that any person cain take for
sick headache.
ALICE RiLED.
DYSP" PSIA.
IIEAR rt,--I Uis,.' ,ullr INDIAN lILOOD SY-
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ye rs,) waih ih,- h .ppis ','s'ulh .
A tiet d.',..-e plhce'i n.y st mach in a condition to
,lig'.s. ounit--*h rily r-li-viim mie ol'lf those liastre-s-
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It quickly Jda; pear.d on my continuing it1 uso.
My .ilaRsioii is now almost perfect, and I leel great-
ly bentlited.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., tAew York City.
Ntw YORK, Feb., 3 1880.
-'. Johnson, M.D.
DEAR SIR,-- I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYtUP u, an invaluable
rmnedy lot Dyspepsia. My wife hali been a suffer-
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Nothing gave her relief until i-. '- gained a bottle
of your INDIAN BLOOD .h,, iL'. Its effect.
were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It


is a medicine that no household should be without.
P. YOU -G,
No 261West Houseten-St., City.

BERaUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAR Sti,-This is to certify that I bhve found
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspep.ia
and Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
it to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP.
SAML G ADAIS.

Sole Agent for 3er .', da,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Gtorges. -


NOTICE.
PHi GRAP.i tC GALLEY. lHE Undersigned hs jut, opened a choice
ESTABLISHED 1861. Selection of Figlish aiid Amnerienn


BEG to offer their sineere thanks t,:, the In.
habitants of Berr-uuda and others, for theii
liberal Patronage during the past part of their
Photographic practice, and having recently
made addition to their stock of
LENSES
by the first Opticians in London. (DALL-
MEYOR and ROSS,) are prepared to offer to
the Public a better class of work than has
hitherto been done in Bermuda.
Much time and study is given to the Chemi-
cal effects, pose. and lighting of our portraits,
consequently producing find artistic effects.-
Ships, Buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups,
&c., &e.

Photographs, Cartes de Yisite. Cabinet and
larger sizes taken at shorte-st notice ; also en-
larged to life siz in INDIA INK. OIL CO-
LORS, CRAYON, and WATER COLORS.
First Artists in New York City employed for
the above enlarged work.
Clubs of five or mator- takci-n a.t redd..-el prices.
P.s.-oPleasenoticethat J. F. DARRELL
holds a FIRST CLASS PRIZE MEDAL for
Photograptas, Industrial Exhibition of he-72 and
twenty years practice, together with the ex-
pelience of his Son, who has jut.t returned
fr itI America, and, who has operat,., in some
or the First Galleries ther,-r ena'lles thi-n to pro-
duce FI11 ST CLASS PHOFOGRAP'H : w
bL2. furilher to: state that ouri pri.es.-.ort- kept .
re-usonable rates ; the-re may be w,-,rk ilon? f,.,
It-ss, but. we ask tbat quality bo given trhe pe-
ference.
61 Front Street, Hamilton. Feby. 7th: 1SS'.


For Rent,
That desirable Residence in Paget, Parish

"Inverurie."
ALSO,
The Metropolitan Hotel,
QueenStreet, Hamilton, with Coach House,
Stables, &e.
App]y to
M. S. HUNT,
Chancery Lane, Hamilton.
6th February, 1882.-tf

Just Received,
From .New Yo'rk j .J.S. Orinoco,
A Fresh Supply of
RTAM S BACON Smoked HFEF
'-.- Corned BEEF and Ox TONGUES
Soused P'is PEEP Lunch TONGUES
Ham SAU \ G I E Potted IlAM
TONUMUE.- and BEEF Cl I'TERI
LA ID) Cl1H1EE F.LiUR.
MlEAL CORN BRIAN 0\TS
DIAT''ES P E CAN and l'ea.-\UTS
SOAP S 11AI.GII
I .'4 UIiT.-'. ('. d li kinds
I% Al s i CUItR.INT.ri
CanuedJ .EATi', &e., &e.
JOlmA H81AR1ITT.
lHamnilton, Jany. 31st, iSS2.


For XAas Reeeived by the nlil St,:aamer
"Orinoco"


Consisting in part of:-
T \MS SHOULDERSI 3 BACON
BEEF P'O1 K
inas of Roast BREEF 'MUTTON
CHICKEN I)UCK ()OOs8.
Lunch TONGUES Potted IlAMI
BEEF and TONGUE Tins of SALMON
LOIISTERS OYSTEItS Green PEA ,
BEANS CtORlN aim1- .\SiPAPRAGES
Iottles, oif \ssored PICKLES
Red C\BBU \( anld SAUCES
Corned BEt-. Fin Tins I [SC IIITP- fall kinids
SIIGAI, \\'hiie anmd B'iwn FLOURI
esins oft'OCO % and U LILK
COFFEE inl Ind ILK
(I;II )OL.\TE MIIK Fry's COCOA.
Epps C I(IOCOtL I !'E[
ChGrtei and umit (OFPF El. Ohloilg l'i';
0 VI'M T-.L OI1.'II EAL [, (.'RNM.IA[1,
FLAX-;Ell) Li.i-eed MEAL
noilles orts Rlli'-., of ill lflt-ors
BotlIe of i've F; lil'TS' ;' )OSIEtIIIIES
DAMSiO0NS C RA N i E RI 1..,
K EE-NG W l!,;11iLiBi; PLUMS
C .VI'. I 'S, &e., &c.
Tius of FRUFl !', in .rup
P :)(.'H r : t R II IN,Ic I PLUMS
Ph. .lS PIN I PPLE:.'
vX W.\5. tiY AP I'LES & API'ICOTS
J3. .- .. '-iI gv,,vrs BU [' Rl I. L .AR D
l ,:;- ''.,, .-",L'_ C Hi E E S E
( l ai n S .' i- -
Soz. lotlfh?< if s-.-rici,? LE\ION
R A-'PfiW; : I V \NILL \, &e., &c.
(.Conden-i-il '1li l.K
'T'AIT\iRi'C- ~ II), (PowJdered)
Hair OI)L, assorted Flavi,rs Fitic Olive Oil,
C .IRi IIt; ii- Bthles)
Ftih EGGS0 D.VI'F.S t .IS!NS
CU, I HiNTS FtI s' SPICI-.S
NU'TlEG S AILIONIMs, in 'and out of shell
Ml1ACE C1.OVS
Jars lf PreservedI GING ER SAGO)
(API4loI-1\ I'OTATO'1:-; TURNAl'S
OA.-TS CORN BICAN
&c., &c., &c.
JOH.A BRUllR T, {
East Broadway and Victorii .treets.
Hamilton, December 19, IS.SS.


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iml'1n ii~1


Potatoes!


Potatoes !


Superior Table

POTA TOES.
The undersigne- d 1a3 always on
laivd a 1ull sIopply ot TA BLE POT VNOES ,
in quality superior to any iai market, and at
pi ic( a to defy competition.
SPIE';CIAL iR.\'TEl to Army and Navy
CANTEE:-S and MESSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hlamilton, October 3, 1881.

THURBERS.

rfHE Undersigned:l takes this op-
porttnity to thank the Mierchants of
Bermuda. fur ,the' veiy liberal iosponSe whi..h
dini i the i,.st year they have giv,.n his Carl
whivh wais fiiIt. published l in thi.' Journal 1,a.st
Dec'eiber and wvhih hs ri'e iiltel in a; largely
increased trade with this I tslld. Fi[e v.,uhil
alo exir tihe hoLe ht te hat t intre-ouir-sc so
tusli:.intiosly be.tnu umy be doubledl this olia-
ing year, ndi that every Inhabitant ot 'Ielnniu-
la nmay ie givena an oploniitiiity to te',t ther
i,, W'r ior ,ii t H, of all article' put up iulnudeP
Thiurbers' brain-ls wlhih cover goods that are
y at.r.n t'o bu ,. ai i.ind w ,'1 i n..n, and rf
which deaulersare authotiised to, rl-fln'l tlie
purchase price whe-re eolstuemer's lirp v.-tw-i "
for dissattithfacionl. HPl would again reinin! Lhe
Merchants of Bermju titt lie is loso prae i-
cally f:milar with the wants of the Islanfld i
all that relates to Food Probducts and Groi.c-
l ies generally.
Any order that may be entrusted to him
will be faithfully and promptly filled, with the
nssu'aii-e that they will re'.-eive all the advan-
tages which the speCi:n facilities of the Messl-s,
r.urber & Co., enable them to give adsimporters
with Brandch i lou-'es at. Lonlondo, England, and
Borit-eaux, FranceO, allnd as. fuleiglL M fiC-
tures t ith Fac.turies at Iooid(autx, Maruiiande,
anmd Nautc-s, France, in addition to the large .
Factories which they owni and operate ill the
United t.1 rates. \ trial order, no matter how
small, may result in mutual benefit and( will
be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. and F. B. THITRBER & CO.,
Exporters. Impor-ters, Manufactmiers of anl,
Dealers in Food Products.
West Broadway, Real and Hudson Streets,
New York City.


.LF 11 I~LtJ IP.O0. Box.34-5i2.
Ohl& New Yori-. Londomn. BordeauxL-.

3IT 1U. B. JOAEDS'

N TINs


roer l eint,
'A -Cottaoge

In the Town of Elaniltomn.
Immediate Possession give -
SApp:ly to
E. MOTHER.
Hamilton, Jany. 14, 1,32.


For Rent.

'':a iM'Marble & Granite
In Queei Street, W ORKS',
Adjoining the Undersigned's Dry andl Fancy ,ALr.rx, toua Scotia,
Good Establishiernt recently occupied by -a Sctia,
MR. J. W. BEEK is for lRenit. i ( -iI *i ,
Immediate Posse-ssion can be given. V..'0 '
For Particulars please apply to i P ,Zp ,'13_W0 .


Hamilton, Jany. 31st, 18.2.


E. B. JONES.


For Sale.

j A House and Lot,
li the Towni o/ Hlamillon,
FOR SALE.
For P. Otilulars please apply to
R. 1). DARRELL, Eso.
Illamillin, Novr. 29, 1881.


LiVerpool, Queensloo ia, Londoni
and New York.
SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLAND,
EGYPT, THE QUEEN, DENMARK,
ENGLAND, IIALY, CANADA,
ER IN, FRANCE, GREECE.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built ex-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight.
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (all
mn the main deck) are unusually large, light
'and airy. The table and general appoint-
wlents compare favourably with the best hotels
in England.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday, for Quetnstown anti
Liverpool, anl weekly for Lonllonl direct, from
New Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
i curreucy:--To Queenstown and Liverpool,
-i5O to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks)
$50 to S60; exour,ion tickets S,00, currency ;
Steera.ge passage *26, currency. For further
particulars ap-ply to the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York, January 27,1882.


MOJNUMIENT'S, TIYMBIJ 'N ES, &c.,


,eery .it\ I,...
! Bero ida Orders solicited. Saiti'lactii.:n gua-
ranteed.
W. T. JAMES,
4 -1 Fro, r.,
AL enit for Bernuud.i.
Hamilton, 'ct 11, 1SS1.- 6 nic.nths.

Ciitomn Entries.


A 0r.inent fo) r Landlord atid
Tenanlt,
.IN TOCKK
At IRoyal. Gazette" St:tionery Store.
Hauiilto.,, I .,ee. ".0th, 1 81..



CALLED

TH, POOR MAN'S F IiNDi,"
is confidently recommended to the Public as
au unfailing remedy for wounds of e-very des.
cription; a certain remedy for uleerated le.s,
burns, scallds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
eruptions, and pimples on the face, sore and
inflamed eyes, sore heads, sore breasts, piles.
It also entirely removes the foul smell arising
from Cancer.
Sold in pots, 13.}d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s.,
and 22s. each ; and his
PILULIE ANTI-SCROPIHLUL.:E !Oi
ALTElA'E I .tVE PILLS.
Proved by more than sixty years' experience
to be oie of the best nedicines for purifying
the blood and assisting Nature in her opera-
tions. They form a mild and superior family
aperient, .which may be taken at -all times
without confinement or change of diet.
,old in Boxe- at 13Jd., 2s 9d., -Is. 6d., Ils
and 22s. each.
Prepared only by BEACH & BARNICOTT,
Bridport, Dorset, England, and sold by all
Medicine Vendois.
January 17, 1 m->".-6 mu

A K yYour Grocer fur A. E. WHYLAND'S
SUAP.


; United StatesA ,ail Steamers,


CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK


\VISCONSiN TuesdiL, Janiy., 2-, at 9ij00 a.m.
NEVAD 11, at 3l(I0 p.m.
ABYqINI X ebrury 7, at 7-30 u.tu.
AiIZONA- .. 14, at 2-"0 p.a.
WYOMING 21., at t.-.0 a.rai.
WISCONSIN 2, at 2 :3li p.m.
NEV IlDA March '7, nti r3').iilu.
.iBY' S';INIA *. I 14, :t 12-'30 lp.'i.
AL\. ~KA 2', at; iNt30 a.mi.
Tha above Steamers are unill, e\i'esslv fOr
the Trade, have tive watertiight bulkhaiads, 'naid
Ea-rry experienced Oliicers, Surc'eons ;itndt: tiev -
ardesses. The Saloon \ecoioni'ijii,,ci.,ns ire ini-
curpassed hy any '. laumi( i tepaucmers, antd tQt
mtate Roonis ar- n uihn declik opening it;o their
naluon thusli t eurio(,, that gi. lu 'ii ,'ohi{IIi i
oceaii travel, i rj,.c i t., ii.ta.i a t nd li il.
nSmiokingr iooin., liaL th '...uloi ahd iriauo on
eurh Swtuimi',
'lit- U1 S, \ \-i ;-t,,.-iiier riltocu, fr:ain
-er .iada, inirdlay!, -, ener-! I ;'1i %i..,f noat ,Nr..v
'o tk 1 .,i htio nim aniii i'.n --',: ..'r- ';.e. l ii
lie drr..ali-' Lr- l '.h i it( 1 Il ..r ; ., .r '.t '",ij ert
ailing i n,.l i l 3y.
II. AMLP,, & IJiO


2:) V-r nviwI; i\'e-v Yorl-'.
New York, J.an,-. 12, 188-2,

THE PEARL
AFull Weight, tire Conlensed
SMilk


4-

BHer .ji y's Do,-kyaar,

LABORERS,
Required fo' Floatting Dock.
Wag'es -I per day, with quarters or, 1i:, i'r
Hulk.
Apply at MASTER SHri-W :a'.inT's On: 1 'E.
T. BARNARDISTON,
Captaiin-in-Charge of Naval E.tab-
lishinents.
16th December, 1881.
U. IMMEL'S CHOICE PEitFU-
M g i, Y
RIM IEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a plia-an
tonic and refreshiug adjunct to the Toilet alnil
Baili, -A re,'iving eieni and a powerfull disinfie:,tar.t
For whirm climates it ik invaluiable.
Ri1EL'S CELI.BBRITED LAVENDER.
W ATER.
RilM.EL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EA.' DE
COI.Oi;NE.
HI-.-A1EL'S MUCH (IIFR OVED FLORIDA
WATL_,I.
Rl'.IPlF'.S' JOCKEY CLUB aT d oilier fra-
grawil 'cifutuln,.
RIi .iEL'.S LItIE J III(E arnl GLVCEPINEZ
gi-- hrii r a hbe., Jliriil iogs an l iium pa,; o a1
awre '-t-'r _,'Jie, 1r o Ih,l l,'ad,
RI.',i'L'S PUR.F WtIITE ( iLYCI:l\ti
SOAP LI .\ARO,'ATN WI NDS.OI, I!ONi- EY
AL'ro)N i, LieTI'UCfr. COitL-T.or a& v iue
T',l;i, o i, I.: b1 r; ,)r r-ike .
ROI thILS VELNEI'INi:, VIOLI.i', fICE,
O-F .-LCAF itd iJlier TOILET Po' V JDERd, in
hon'e, b-iri ,. ia ,l paio kph.
Ui l\iIEL'US o .IU.DENTINE, clenn., whitenl
Bnd i''.er.v,-es ithli ieth, ireifesLes the ioutii, anrid
t 'e.eteas tile broillh.
1I-J1lMEL.S AROMAATIC OZONIZER, orNa-
iural Air purifier, a ragrIan Powder which diffuses
Ielie lilbhy miidJ relhreshtiig Pinanaiiolt s ol' ea Phio
anid E.lcilvpil.i Fore.-,.
E. RI %l .tU.L, Perfiiii1r by appointment to It. R
i0. Priiiacee orf \VWales, Sirand, London, dud 17
Boulevard de Iiii,'ni, Pazd.
la :29, 1 -j

FOR SALE.
A LOT 1OF SUPERIOR

BANANA PLANTS.
Enquire it the Office of this Paper.
Ilalmiion, liecember 20,1881.






1 L .t iSate. .r aN'
S -. Ir .-. 1 -. n- .r.I- t it s o. f tel n a
j l. t i '"i'7 :i. .l ,l..it ,.\ fih:n.'e .L 1,a4 ,,ht ned
: ,i,' rl_- I /..- 1 -,. i, i Lllud it i l' L ...rid.o,
A"I VNr.. .ru., i ad.-Iplni.
'- 1 Cy Gold i'icdal, Paris, 1878,
f Tw-o Cilter tn.ilals and '"First
I* ",., O-.Qa ci ierit." ldmebourne, 1881.
'AT,";i;30.S C!iiCE PERFUMES FOR,
fj THI A'.DItERICHIEF.
'! .. r:, C? A'i AX, JACKET CLUB, S.
i J:!, .Vi MAGAt LIA, JASMINE, W1oo
I' !OIL.T, 6jLD I MCEIAL I9QUET.
,'.a? Lil .all ich r odui '4, thi e dliest iaility oaly.
AT.'ISOi'S FLORIDA WATER,
n. .i ..rant P.ruru.o distilled from the
-.i.i-t Exotica.
ATKSON'8 QIJININE HAIR LOTIMN,
4 av: rei.r L -lir i ; abt .'eashwbhi.h atimulatla the
simD io u ahe i all ti.l.. n-a d promotes the
t, g i',,tti or the hair.
SAT K-I Ni SON'S I"S
L HElREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a po%%rfiul P.riuie diatlkd from the finest I
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
Sa L, find iild-ipenablte Toilet acoompani. I
I6.1, iud. most refreshing Perfume for the Hf
MHandkercief. H
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and olber Specialities and general articles
ot Perfumery may be obinincd of all dealers
t'uligihoutl the World, and of the
manufacturers
J. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W. n
lu PriceiSC .s free on applicaion.T
le SOTICE' -Puihanberare cautioned to avoid
C Olilcrftits bl otmerving that each article u
1.laberled >:th the frni's TradeMark, a "White
on Golden Lyre *






Per S.S. '" COURLAND."
At the '" Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
A a turth,-r u-'pply of LAWYERS, AC-
COUNT. blue RULED and PLAIN, white and
blue FOOL.SCAP, LETTERand NOTE Paper
ruled anc plain, white aad blue, &c., &c.


,VE offer, uniid.r lth, above lriand, a full tiatilton :c-by.
a eight, pure, Iamral milk, cnitlnse!. _,v
evaiiordtioa, amid gi'aulutlited .u,,ar added in order 'dA"'.C
-o perfectly preserve. Five (3) paris of wvter ,
udded to one of milk will reduce it to the aver.
age standardofOranrige County milk. Every ca., Q
is warranted. There can be no belier Conidnumsed S UN.
Mlilk than The Peatl, but it will be sold on the i .
principle that low prices cobtuhir.ed with good i .l : ris. sets.
quality and honCtsl wright, co.niand the trade. -- -
Pice per single case -4.S 16-oz. c.ins is tf$ 7 'Tu 6 17 6 3
Police per single case, 45 8-oz. cans, is $3-73. 8 V,'e 6 15 6 4
H. K. & F. B. THUItBEi" & CO., 9 Th 6 '14 6 4
Sole Agents, New York. 10 Fri 6 1:3 6 5
S1 Sat 6 10 6 6
iPr'otection agaiust FIIE' 12 E 6 10 6 6
A TIlE IIOST MOI)ERA'E RATES i;J .llo 6 9 6 7
Can be obtained from the
Last OQrtr


PI-H(E X INSURANCE CO.MIPAN Y
of London,
One of the lonas-t Established and Wealthitst
officess in Great Britain.
Through the BII.NCII OFFICE in the.-e
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insuredt
o tile Stamp D ly, : ve-y (tjii ad rabl!e i tern.
SI, K>S iaken 'oth o n !I FAL c;'Jd PERSONAL
'I F". loi 3, mj or l -" uO t'!s..
No FiE S and; nno i. A !RL IC for Policies.
N. A. BUTI'ERFI .LD,

Hamuilton, Septemuber-lh, 1856.


K.- MARCH, 1882.


Tide,


R EMARKS.


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T'u BERMUDA RuOVAL GAZETT.,.igsblishcd
every Tuesday by DONALDt MPHEE IEE,
Printer to the Quceen.s Miost .Excellent
!'sajesty, -
AT HIS OF.FIC b,'
North-west Cornerof Reid ai'nd Burnaby St9ets,
Hamilto,, '
WVier3 Blanks, Hand-hills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agentis
hr.Geort s for the toyalG.acfelle, Messrp.
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