Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00070
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENEIIX ADERTISER AI RECORDER. -


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)p. lVLmol;. LV. .. STATE SUr.n VWAS ANTIQUAS. 2..4.. -5s, por Lam
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WHOLESALE COMM ISS-ION .MERCHANTS
IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
107 P, APP.Z. P AXq I I T..
f HE UNLDEr1RRI'NE'wial represent the a-
bove Firmnn thiSeasnti and will be at all
limes ready to receive an. : forward consign-
ments of I'roduce. Higlhest' ,8irket rates will
Io obini ud.
Will also purehise Pro4nte for the Cash
throughout the season. '- .
ALONZOYENISTON,
i Offie atStore of .T. CuNYERS.
liiniillo

HlE UNDERSIGNED will receive and for-
ward CONSIGNMREN rs OF PROJDUGE
as usilal to the address of.
Jfes8's. Jiddleton & ( o.,
'.AND, :
Messrs. HFeen Briker \& Co..
New Y"C ,
l turns and '. ecila- s 'urnished on ap-
pliCUtivu to ..
S S1.SJI1UEL .3. .M.ASTERS.)
Haivilton, April 10, 1-882.- .N I

R E. COCHRAN & Co.,
' COMMISSION M E'CH ANT,
96 Park Place, Now York.
Peroi Dx fishing to ',"hip
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) Mechanics' Hall,
HAMILTON.

The Hamilton Amateur


Notice to-6 Ma
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Dramatic Club' '447.
Will Perform on the Evenings of 24th March, 1882.
MONDAY AN9 TUIESDAY, M E bf e sa Pilots." rs'
fBUO A "19 y M IJ U-E A Boatmen and others concerid,.,re
The 24th and 25th April, 18S2, her:eby informed that pursuant to an'Act4,6f.,
Gilbert's Comedy (in 3 Acts), entitled Parliament passed in 1:7l9 and.-entitled Nb. 5,
Sa n Xcn Atto authorize thb War Departmet to
Si carry on Warlike Experiments on the-Coutq
S of these Island, th-e Cmmanding R.E. ~ai
the Offics and men under his ordWrs; ft1
The Performance will conclude on the first occupy from
evening with Beechers Farce-entitled '82 till t l.t
In the W wrong House, s,82, -' "
or, No. 6, Duke Street.. The water space on the Somerset side of the
And on the second Evening with Morton's ships Channel, between Long Point' albA'cour
Farce entitled Hill, for the purpose bif practi' ing therein Tor-
Spedo Expcri .ntis, and Vessels 'and" loatm
coming within this water 8pace' will fre liaite
By kind permission of Colonel Crofton the to come into collision with .suihifn b~trun.
Band of the Royal Irish Rifles will perform ftions. The water space thus occupied' illbe
each evening marked by tied Buoys" at either extremity,
Doors open at 7-30. Performance to corn- and all parties are warned against entering-
mineuck. at-n upon the reserved space- -' "..-
Reserved Seats 2,.3, Gallery 1/. ARTI'HUR MAcDONNELL,E
Ti-kEts to bo obtained at the Royal Ga- It.-.Cot. R. N,
zette" Stationery Store, where a Plan of the fo O '..
Seats may be seen on and after Monday the Prospect, 24th March, 1882.
10th instant.
Hamilton, April 4, 1882._ TO BE RAFFLED.-

Lovers of Meyer's Ice A Powerful Gre
('ir n, n I .-_._.j t a'm r'l 'usiaa -a


zOIL ON TgOUBLED WATERS. Dp 4 O tA
The llowinrg-appear inuan 'English aper' -. CC r angeU T
Smi,-Wbile thed' experiments being made at I
P reiarA Fpcppvin afftiltion, a few remarks I ica,
diPbo.t di&flt, whi'h I 'harve- received from the
use of oil.aBse; mapot, be opportune. Of the I '" CALL AND TRY,
effipV.oT of 'there can be no doubt,.,and it only
a r Vekutb ed tat str. 9hfbl' experiments At HEOS. J. LI.H ETOURN'S.
will' thIW'i'h'ii tie blt' ineans of using it Hamilton, April 11 1832. .
wirthsidlitagG. :S-m8 mmothrpago I encountered
a very he'vy'gale when erprsith Bh y of Bis- V i of
eaidur', Iw l ost ,.A Delicious Cup of
cay, during which several stbamers wete lost. My iL 1Utll
sbip -was -iteaminfi lied to .a and miikiu very T
little progressaanud tliU se(a,,which was S. W., was Tea.
breaking on board abaft the .bridge, and occasion- HEE Undersigned having accepted the ap-
ally with great violence. I had two canvas bags .T pointment as SO.LE AGENT for Bermu-
q Pf Iensof ripa saipe, the pointed aendsof da for thb Sale of TEAS for the
whichwet nbured with small holes.e A quart I a C
0t C- 6fc fibh; leKp oil was put in each. big, the i f
""Mlof '.which' were then tightly-tied' upto'pre- a JLil. lChllila 1.e
.,entltha oitlsciplg. ,,The'bags were -t.oU hung, o 1 n y
one over each .bow, with sufficient line to let them Company,
tow w.ih*ut jiumping,'audafter the oil commenced Whi(ch will enable him to place Toas into this
to' flwtroughit'weyipun6tures freely the resultt was Market for sale, so low that every Family
most satisfactory, searcelya sea coming on board, might enjoy a part of this great luxury.
each wave as it reached the oil ceasing to curl, and .
upcilatipg pgit the ship irithout 'a break. The A. J. RICHARDSON.
oil in,-ehh bag lasted eight, hours. The following St. Georg's, 21st March, 1lS2.-tt
voyage it wa mpy mistortune to have to put it to a
still more prr'ial test; aid again the result sur- N.B.-A few Caddies 5 and 10 lbs. each now
paasseddmomo4i saa-guine expectations. Iwas com- on Sale. A. J. B.
po.ll dt0, abandon ,ptn vessel at midnight during a I
vory, h~avyep.^ai tho safety of myself and crew *, -
layin anclkna-the bowlsqccessfullyv. The boats;" P*A ('1, nuin-
pWi ben. revioub l provtsi oed, &c., were A -.. .LRar 'e Chan e LtIt .
I.4 re 4dip.ps4ot lowering, but-the- sea, which was --"
rin'nng'alongiMde arid breaking over the ship, A very SUP'ERI1OR PAIR ol
Imade na.M dbubt the possibility of the boats ever
living in-it eveitifthedifflou.fty -of launchingg them ,. "-
was over9 omej a to the e-of the oil, under:Pi:ovi-
B we $'i 4cusedtwo-tinsoficom a tR SE
Soil, each containing about two gallons, ({ \Y,) abiut .14"1 I:iands hir(h,
to bpe qptIed, .e.o-yvereach sido, and, after giving .
Iit t'meto diffuse tself over the water, the boats Sold for no faull, ilie~OFuer inten'ing- tQ leave
we"fdlvw4red,4i* 'ee"rel clear,of the tipkingship, the Islands In a lew weeks.
*wjtb'lbute.ipiijg. 'sInuch ai aabudleitfulodf Water. I
S bW t iri3 and 0feat Apply 1 l "Rp-yal G,-z- tLc" Office.
- above' tias, bu't without a break o'r i white-topped April 3, 1882
oaniamutig thehi, while abeathand'astern -they were
birakingetavtiy. 'I trust sincerely that' the bene- ,
,{,. o p,,ppng,,pil.ponQi i, t troubled waters" miny ol rl _- e,
oe oXngvg.e known and regognied asanem.Bient.aid O
r r be to oers if accotupanied
*wittBaolnessarid'presenue tofmind-the bame boon
asi o he rofxiA .-A Yr 2 1&, Opel CARRIAGES,
-* a itMat y3 M.iner. Built by J..3. )[!iNNLaJ.,.S
a -*m~slet*Ks~t Gtty,$ c'h f e it Io ',o 11
--MI P-219 W V M
... __ *^ ...*- __ "*"'' __l"""'*a m.merer,]s qccomri'ditjih ,
FUnERAL. O A JAP"INES' S MEErHANT.-FilneraIl ALBEIT ING LIS,
L servibes:wee'ild .yesterday -ovet. tihe remains fent for .I M DeIVolfe
, :Siunz-:i ,liinura,.the Jaanuese merchant who died -I entor J. M lDeWolfe.
- ,tiudnsy on -Sa 5urdav last-. 'The body wao iii t. Georges, February 31, i82.
, 464 hi a elegantly black, cloth c6vered casket
which .rted in the parr of the houn-e at No. .. 5
"- WeAt inth stiet.., At t1e h tnu-,ol a broker, ermudha
colimm of flowers, 'g5bnted Ey a'white dove, nd 03 E4|Th3 ^
an eletat ,fl.j4Pll0*, wEith th wordr "At Reit ;_ 1*
r'I":. v],lel, rsted at- the foot of the (asket, *SIN' : IN S
Siwwas U &nd by'a deep fringe ofmilnx. T t. JO1'E S
V4.'-A4 tl'ot'. he hour fixed for the funeral, Lbt 0 ut
30 ladies and gentlemen, mrst ot them Jarpane&v, corner of Queei and Reid *'tret,
h.ad..ka~eibk4W'.pasthOlast tibute.-of-respect to
Nth- dead nrar-At the request of the deceased Hamilton, Feby. 21st, 18,82.
ter^ 4$F-ed, the-Rev. 'T. Hyland, Pastor -
of the Seanien's Church of the Holy Copl'rter, N tice
oklo iai auta4 T'l .solnM service of the Churci t
of England, after wbi.h the remains were taken to
4r iawn ~for i44erpwt. paU-bearetr were F0 j 1 A L E
A. t. ^ A Larg e Fat COW,
York Tiwxi4, April 4. ,hter,
York Titn, ..a,4' 4 LlIn good condition for slaughter.
'i ^^ ink'ueH tGHTENED. Sr,& LAr L ^5r.
CITY' .Aril-mi-Pildent' Taylo-aid some of the Apply to A, .. fTHOIPSUN, Queen St
[, ,,ap tjlts w.ho lad" theii' polygamous 'wiVes: -t.ing o ., ., e
i"Cn youths h t the tm avecsateru.-'them out, Ilamailtou, April II, 182.*-2
feoai rLh-esti-daiotio'0n'3of thi Edhnunds bill,
whiJm vhabyoatoni wjdartoretha to-pe w.- TO lent,
man, a,, ,en nor. 'Taylor turAned out ill hisl
w? 0%'.f he could 'not' Ee them al h .That desirable Residence in. Pget Parish
ifi no4a.Ni'i4g et t'4 erp This ws1'robaA- ir '9
i.oprevent.dsatisfaction among them at par. I el 11116.
atmt, bt solong a they ve in his houses,
or in houses provided by im, it is not-apparent L- ALSO,
Te m bebthMe Metiropolitan Hotel,
Sttoublef. lyg ifltl uji Queen Street, Hamilton, with Coach House
... ...franohe ent. ...... Stables, &c.
Apply to
"B l -I BRITAI N AND ROME. M. S HUNT
A"Ga 'Pt& 'MY as j",stbeen publislied entitled .
S"O the Chancery Lane, Hainito
qof E land to hold diplomatic relates with 6th February, ISS2.-tf
.e'sdve nti#i% The,&ho: is" the. Right
4 ev. Moi Ca DD. 'In addressing him-
self to the question isxis'ied the writer 6pens hi o R e
-i arflruaetlr citwjggth faoti that,,ip virtue of the __
e a by os.it.tiok oD EDan, A.DWELLING BOUSE, s
man atRnoIcs wi.tout' iol,i". 9f ti9 l 0"
the land, acknowledge the 'Popo's.sumprefe sa,- ( 3l tualed near Oedar Wveuie, co itai
S-. ta.1'o'tt" 0tl'TA a P -pe *n' ,, u',in'n 3 B[d .lod6ns Drawing Room,, I1in:i
"- 'HdiWt.tebi takeyh't iw; tke-cii .iiv'f the l',,,m, KitchEt 'Tarak, and other coiveniezeii
nt;.b:&t'iHe-doed not'request miou'w ihState nor For ft'urther I'articularis, please apply to'
th,. *, t b id c .hivil power to enforce his commands. r S SWTAN
..Alkhed se.jiagrdo .tordevelopthe .eoures of r i ., "1 ,
the Church for the religious, moral,.a.I4 wtellec- J ''A P Vilis, Nsar Violoria Par
-.er ch e ,i Fq theFee..~ p.u.ose, H amilton, .a.8th. 82. tf;..
I k tPeen overnmel'iwould 1 :" o l. -
ble of inaloula e value i refeecto naeiolt i edu- ine d"'
%ydo it Bi'%?SUA lTquditonA. These con-' -
sidorations, alone, he conten4@agffiee t prove the .' .. "- A SMALL .

'j qa siwa ag s ofi the British Empire f't .. -
nt a polioh. Amopg these Monaignor apil ad- '..-, .. .., ..
Slait" ',-tFor par-icltd arsapp'lyfat: tl e' Office of t1
mi .... t. b G overnm ent as w ell as .- -" G azette." i .
a.e 't1Aqr[.lcig classes in the large citiea jHamilton, April '10 Sl.'

ja a B- htio. kgs peasant pkJ W ai lted.
.. ptho^io. of natio- OQ.0..
.. PAn oE0,..Y.W. npAs'.,,. .

."" "f^zx nt'i-blo', .'with l-Hamniltoiu.aM ,i t xrat *S89. *. :-in.- .


To a reliable and strictly3(Coflmnision House .. 'e -
.can do so by applyig t4 the Undersigned, A-
who will render any a;sist.apenteeded, Which ao be purt'ha-ld by tlho Plate or Qu;r'.
Promptfitles aud remittn-bes ma-td. -Thelec-Crea mas :;re a nays fist elass, boiled .nd
B'Sr':. ALL N.' i ,.|z-nn by stea;i p-oweo' l he very l test iam-
aminilton, April, 1, S2.-- rcveiiient.
-.... -.... :-.'-- --~. ,,N 1.- For Dii: vr l'arzi-.s Meye si ['a E

Whtolesale Conistio .JIerchant,12 IR D' SOD A "1 ..- IDelicious vrups
I' of vnrius i ours will alt vs be foundl at
ee r.' '4 F ront,:fotd. M eer's
4 lii 4-3 Broal A"ve ., a-hirptoln 1iiket. -1 Front St., and Corner of Victoria
I 43-- tet, ant d Past Broadway.
7r'HE UNDE!RSIGED will re- Hamiiton, April 1i, 1.-4
pr,,se : iio : is j i -cu ,,? iove w.v ll loion i W'Ifi'. s- IuA
flni, andI id Ihe at Ial tinit re.ly tj r. *
ianid far,.,d an ;l', odc.-, h;c'. ,, ,,.. ,- o E C M PA
'.his are. Pro.,ipt ales au quick returns rga- ICE COMPANY
ranicd. I U'-' to iMloMin the Public f lernuiluda that thev
H ghelst market rat(e. wi i.e ioblA:ined. I.ve jut,.receive.d a' th:. .'E, It:N H[OU j
J IS GALE, East Bro, way,
OffLi, ,, L P. Con ""'er. 58 tons of Natural
Hamilton, March 21, .1 O N2.- -otbs.

N or First Qti.lit, a'na are now pregaTred to.I'ur-
p Merchandise Broketi and MA fai I niasl ICEdaily to CustomPr, ilt 1-iarilton and
turers' A ent, vicinity.
o12 Chtburs Street, JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
I P. O. Box 2726. .- 'Agents.
I la )ecia at'ieitiO 1 paki to Hamiltoon, April 8, t88L.--3mA


Bermuda Shipmen .
Neow York, March 22n4 1882.-tif
GO to JOHN M. XNEILL &CO.,
if youa want a (kod' Fitting suit of
CLOTlH E.-65 and 66 lonrt Stlreet.
TOHN M. McNEILL I 'O., have Engaged
e the servicess of a Fat Class. Cutter ana
_Fitter.-65 and 66 FPron street.
STOHN M. McNEILL &$40., invite the Pub-
Sli to Call and ELxalne their Largo As-
U.. ieortment of F'hie Suitin! aail P'ats Situr.-
65 andti l iioint 4itreet<


I Hamilton, Novr. 8, 1881


Just Re4ived,
i. FromntNew York r S.S. Orinoco,

n IAMS 2B\ lO a'I Imnoke es 0- Corned Bi.tA. Fii .xO ToNiEGf.S
Soused P'i-s FE'F : inch TONGUES
-ranim AUr A F" e fi-lA
k roNIJuF. and BEL -' DlIl'FIR
'k ":LMAIi C1:1lF,' I-, FLOUR
RtEALQL C.tON A-N -OATS
i yTXES PEUAN aleai-N.UTS
SOAP STAIICl !
JILSCtCUITS' ofal'klnds
R'AlSI S --CUltRA 8
SCanifed MEATS, &kc.,Ic.
'\ J0LA RItITrrT.
Hamilton, January 81, p2.
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ius or AlU L -
-.A Amfortable

Ne Victoria Pa Ters moderate.
S--P.iission ive t t o l ti
... : .' -'Ap .lyr o CA -
l' Hai~~ltffl^Apri.^1- '*:**.i-**


Notice.,
The Undersigned has just received
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"
HAMS BACON
Smoked BEEF BUTTER
POTATOES ONIONS CHEESE
Canned MEATS APPLES
BISCUITS '&c., &c.
JOHN BARRITT.
Hamilton, February 27, 1882.

For Rent.
'The Dwelling and Siores,
Three Doors West 'of1 "', n:irz -ii." ).f.
a flee. Pretisese can be irnj ,ctC on
aiternoonisof WE DNESIAY and 'ii HU SDAY
'I'erius made knofitli on applIatio .o
J. C. KE'N.Iy.
March 28th, 18t2.-tf

Williamn James Heoney
A/1 UCT I .N EE R,
Shipping and Commission .-Agent,
Que.ta Street,
HAMILTON, BERMUDA.
'rompt aittentiou given to Coniigj6mentiu..
Lc?" .1uetion Wednsdays and Fridays.

SWated .'

Wanted IJmmediately,



Sal, 0. O. i DICKINSON.
H iftri ^ptApril 3,1 8. .. -.


4 8 years-15,,3 bhauds. tr: '
A capital Firm !u Ioe;-.perfectiv true to col-
lar and works. wetl in..theplough.
30 chances at one pound a caiiee.
Winner to pay Five Poundq'e ftira .,
LIST OPEN AT
S B.,W.WAL.KRR& O,-
Hamilton, April 11, 1S82.-3 time., pd.
-__ -'"' -- --- -- ^
From Life.

P PHOTOGRAPHS of His Excellen-
cy the Late Governor
,Sir Robert M. Lafp
fan,
To be obtained at the Photographic Galleroqf
J. F. DARRELL & SON.
ALSO,
Some Pictures of the Funeral.
April 3, 1882.

For Sale,
HALF Che's o'Oolq.) EA-best in the
Country -
Ik. IGood iLOUR
Do. Do. Mt.AL;
Ba._s BR N Drum 4 FISH
HAMS SHOULDERS
B CON: &e.
1. C. KEENEY.
3 Doors \Vest of" iuyal Gazette"o -Ofie.
Hamhnlion, March 14, r-882..



-EDGAR F. SIMMONS
3IMERCANT TAILOR,
%R1pectfully informs the Public tht.. ,e has
Opened a .
Tailoring Establishment
Over the Store of Alexaidbrt J. Fit'i Esqr;,
.No,39, FgntStfree7 I
.Guarantees to give satisft'atioa,..and, solicited
a share of the Public patronage. ...
-(* A new supply of Goods alwoy on hand,
Hamilton, February 21, lySt.--a pg.- ,


oie bt. ,o e re a ot .,
And LNP).
.. 4 he I .j a ir t .. .
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-Personal attention giv- to$6' '-O'tAt" of
--ermuda .PIItODUGE ud,
ri'm d an ord ers.g .-*.-. jr. '', .. .-
-.".April 30, 1.881! -.' -.' ,.' .,:,.' y, .. "
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lildunmentsi lnrrru ianlti ties' 1o


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BERMUDA ROYAL, GAZETTE.


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EKLY RTEPJHT d HR 'ATHR i Tine BIhoi or Newfeouabiand1 and m ;iat 41 !CI' ii 3 Slh ultind r POSTSC-RIPT !
( Aib b s' Rill Ui it S ta rtie a$, rr 'u.uR ya I. t e eo th "- ..-i -
:.th and 16th atil t iht-abov t -- Royal ttitt, aptta~nrw pii S ROAteGAZrTTE, ltGp.m., 16th April, 1882.. .
wher ,i.. .,is, k,. ;bo '.- '.'.-,' On Siuniday er,._in. the..Bi-h:p pre.h' ;-l in Trim- with the Eng'lish Mail of the 30th ultimn, arrived Mr. Frith, Pur-er .pft the V Flamborourgh,";has":1
..--- "-- i -ty ('htIr.:h fr.:.*m R-.!un vi.-,rt ,v,.-- re from Halifax, oioThuirXday aftetnoonlast- just calleat our ...ft:-.-, having lded from theI
Ap4 I i t'l: .,:.ltei. hi We 'V are indel.,t'Il to Captain Shaw, aun other ship at Murray's Auchorage.. She left, Ne&w York
Apr, -- | Vi.t,,:v i. i-tlF.v.t E, t.t rba th--. fleunils fe,:.Hlifax ltnpevrs of the 10th'ifitant, on thniglii of.Frid-y last, making the rIo.in fi6
.'- : ne=l/ en r ,u il .'.-a it. -.'hri,ntpi'S ti D, ts H ;, sit us with uop~an news, th days "' .- ''-
n I ta-_E ; .eneral Re.or':,i-it -. ani -1t. l -, 1,...D. hs e y Lterhtlhati beforer reeived.n The followin- was the price of Bermuda Pro-
_Nor. P-. t/. -l i.pI .e a .-il.lan- .to iHis it-nur- Repo-ts issued by the Board of rade, Lodon, duce in the New York Marketon the 13th, : '
.'-.- -- ---' ",- i t-in 1.-.-r- t..an a ,inuqu r-'. show that .durug the mouth of March, British uu- Potitoes, $9 to $10.
M l I .-. j 67 29 '. ,,71 'I..-.I', Ih l-., we,. *--tin-. C'hri-,t merit- and foUowian ports compared with the samie month last year ex- Onions, $2-25.
-r lll .6' 6 't.. lr,,.y ,ni u H.T l, Lvtht.i ar, ,ide thus ,-.n- Iceede: by 1,200,000, and exports increased I,- Tomatoes, 70e.
1, --- d :t I. l,'i Fin ',% 'e'.r- -i u..t hp. to *v.irou olp u be.b 9),000- PASEN ERS.
13 ss ., t. *..79 ,,, .,.,:stsl,-,l r,,r .-ttu,. .ua t v,- SA lw.:. 9 S-7 : :5 .- rainj kete Pete', lilk, St. Paul cnse'rate them, and of Sydnf-y, N.S.W., and Metropolitan in Australia. Per S. S. Flamborough, Mrs.Glincey, Miss Emma
w 'I- ',I lit. ''. ..iitra:n th un v..,- ,illh.v .-.- i.-,n t. f- l th ,kful that the* is dea aged 71. -. Sweeney, Mr. and M rs. Coombs, Rev. and Mrs.
'-10.' 1lU- -PER..... ,, ~." )vT r' tThbi -, which wre. ,, r i, n obtbst,.:T,= have n,)' Boardman, M r. -and M rs. M urray, nurse and in.
.--." U Pr : .. .'-. -Ai-Y vo-ur 'i-t ,.jiutt,tit-. "Nither are y,..i to JOHN S. MACLEAN, Eaqr., President of the Bank fant, Capt. F. Luckenback, Mr. J. D. Outerbridge.
.t; r hit. lii'- :- t i 1, uii'v 1 ". t '.-ely gai.-1. oT Nova Scotia-auld well known throughout the -2nd atbi :: Miss Eleauor White....
d "tf-".--"t -. at' b'l-hiit h.i "rhiunph .d :'l-.ri,..ti'y-. and m.:,re lqu- Uuited Staires and the Dominion of Canadaa in con- -aptain .Surmnore, formerly of the Army, has
g '.li.ll tiu ~ur n'u.-ut R..,un .Chariot ar .in a ne: ion with the Young Men's Christion Associa-. buen sent to prison as an agitator..
Sl' Tri:ni ,.:ll : ..tpi..'t t ery ort tion," iin several conveon of which he h ten several convention of which e has tenreprdas hav left Ma
:----.- -- -- -t-" ili-- ........ .. ,:, ,ti, (Chaml,-r ,f ,G,,. rln Hi-.'Ih-" iore a prominent part-came passenger iu the "Beta" Queeu Veta i p_ td..a having left -au
...... U.''if4lok -- 1 ". than ,tomqu.,ii-,r.". Fiht.-the Devil-'ith his own- "fiom Halifax, d a sliort visit to Bermuda for the fone for uglaiad. -'
. ... M & T .1 --... .. w l)"po)u, and ".'u will th.:- mi.re .f-ti t11ll' di- nil- benefit of his health, and is staying at the Hamilton It is reported that the .IT. S frigate R 'chta ot,, d
us'rTOFW HOLTSE- tl.'-di1LTOi4. fit hh in til,''..ufli,.t y-:,l rllmt w'-e, antld 'ou will Hotel. has foundered. t
SFVTrpED. 'I- "'f, u-.:re th. on ror."i 'n R*sit. the -- --Mr. Gladstone declares that the -overnment wil
Apr ilYi'o to S. '.. Ioutrt -. Dil" fi. t ,au.?' l: t Ea-,-r theu in-r'ea y.ourh Three days later ftont New York and init on the bill .establishing the right of closure
P -..-.ot... lu LLa... -i .t t E r tlieu o a-. ooi OtEurope. by a mple majority.
Ap il 3-,. lC LEn.r orth.d Oa in riu-n ball t>. eir.OV The Steame-r 'idte Captain Fuller, arrived yes- Jewels to the value of 20,000, belonging to
Sl2;- s t 1-. .. ;. 'o r i no- than e terday from New York, which Port she left on the ladies of the Imperial family of Brazil, havebeen
BrAw tomato 2 i -, ;i too, :d- .1r '" Tl- w,.rld (couniien biut the Church evening of the 12th idstauf. stolen. -
--'mondis ." m',re tl:tnu -,ui-els. We are. in'luebted to Mr. Parser Pitt and other
C0.. 0.O ... -. -, .. :..4,-.4 To Conr.Rsro:nP0r-s.- James Pilling," "A-


.5-/--Schr. Meta.or. Duun-,.mbe, Barlv-l.e.: 15l'5
' bis. :anId boxess potatce 1U,.3 l.:>xesij a ,.l 1') is-.
onions and 2' eit'Liy)t"-.k" -t
-.-.,"CJOUSTO tI HOU'SE-'-T. EOR ";ES.
; E NTERI)D.
April. 13--Rovi i 7ail-'t,1..-c BR.te, Slh,-_w, Htlli-
Sfk's ; Encli-fli 'H L "l of :3,tU M.v.':h .,ui.l me' Inn-:-
dize.- A e .ti, J'. M ii-yv'.l',..
15-British .St-rinter York '.,t,-, '".
Africa via ribralter bound to Baltinmure, nli.t
with iron ore. -.lel for -ixty t '.u al .; v, i.:h
t iavin'" o.bt.ind.1 left on siiite-. aftr:-.looln fior Bal-
S.ti,mre,-Agent, J. S. Dai.'ell,
rL U ARri.
April 13 -Ronal M:il Stea.mer Beta, Shaw, Jamai.
ca; Mails and Uner,'handize.
15-Br. Steamer York Ca('tle, Baltimnor-:
i.ward cargoo.

PARS1NOEPS
i'n tthe Royal Mail' Stenmer Peri on ThIurdsy
last from Halifax :-John S Mfacleau, Es'r., Geor-e
Campboll, Esqr., Major an.i Mli Eugland, u'nrvey-
or C.-Johnsou;-R.E. and son. For Jamaica. M.ji-.r
HAI*.-&.col C'ai,, Mrs. Woofendale, \Wiliaim
Vallalke.--Fr'om B-rmuiHla to Jaio-iica, D. A. C.
'flrneral Neville;.3liss. L Shaw, Miss. S. Havw,.vil.
'ir 1. 3u, .,, C oU Thursday lant ir New Y.-rk :
is. A. B. Browninu" and Mi-., Browning, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C.-Claik. Mr. and -Mrs. E. D. Allenu,
Dr. and Miss Cruiul-ie, Mr. suin Mir. Riufus Hateh,
3 hYildre ap l I eeirvaut., Ur. aud Mre,. II. G.
Pl Vi ,q'2'.Zuill, Mrs. Cowdrey. Mrs.n C'u-
.dp4t'-r.,au4 MIe. J. T. Burdi,:k, Mrs. Go.,,
-Lawson, Mrs. Chuicli, Mr. and Mrs. C'L-Iles S.iith
and dauhitter, IMr. Oooper, Mi-is ;R.. '. Cr.'w-l,
Mis 4F..Znil, LiApntt. Pmrettvmina aun,V. (.Vao [u-
.gn.;R. N;. Oa.pt. Jakeo.,u, R.IIR..Dr. lIre-P;ul,
i., 9. A LKidd. CaptainOlisten: J. W. S-, ith,D T.,
MessrD. D. F. Bravdley. T. M. Prua.l.dn, E. P. Cut-
ter,4'. -H. Johnsunt, C. J. Biishop. Jr., '. S. 0'.-,
J. H. craue,: M, Nichol, L. W. Preddingt,..u, J.
L. M.'eil,'W. o. De Witt, C. G-. C. Plurucner, G.
W. Hanves, F. S. Steadmanu. ". Harvey, ER M. aud1
J! ;^.-. 'ontg.o:merv, H. L.Cond.:dou, W. H. Holsey,
. Geofrre T. Smith, A. B. Nub.". J...fH..,i:tr.-:2..,. -
C.,',,;-alf"inry -T"T-rDma.T..--,'.,,,,.-E. L:Co.uliu,
C. Mk MarruS.
The Italian Barq.ui? .-.F'L/e/.i'r, Capti --n-- ,
from H1vti, laden with minhonvi ai'l ldve-w,:,'.l,,
out 247 6.'is, a.id biotmrl to Mai''ille', .ailUl.- ot
tlihee Ilanuds onu Sunday tl.e '.tb iitnl .Lint. in want .f
.p'rovi,-nius awl leak.-a helarvy -squiall fr.:im the S.
-NV..-the F. was inthe N. E.--amie onu in the nfter-
no.:.n, and it i' .upposi'-ed tlho F. was driven off. i,-
sie h.i nuot. itince :. i.-eu iht':- fr':im ,-ithe'r ,of our
SigpJal Ptati..u. Pilot. Mr. J. R. Swan was on
boajil. The C'artain woul.l hiave nnu Into an aIu-
Ahora'i'e, but he was appreh.'-en-ive of I. iu quctrantine.
The Steamnerr 1:,.:, C'-ttain Fultkr, was g-
i.'lled NIE., on- S.n'ay eettinug anud .r,:.a liei this
port esrly ye-t-rray mnornuiug. ltport on I15 t
ijst, ixprrieu.:-- a Ntr,'un S.:oitheilv '.'Ile-, with
heavy. ea running; deck l]oad of oil, acrboyr of
mmeil'apd v,' writer e,-as;s, broke adrift, cnu9iug the
o10 ,pt ac iti. -
The U. S. fri-inte. Pi,to/ni'fm I fro:im Hmptoun
Ronle f)r N-:pcirt had li-,en out a wetk and no'h-
iag ha'le -i..theard' fryom her. The papers-r sy .a
well h-:.oped washiin tuti c)uld have floatel'the dis-
taun e in the time.
H.M.S. G'fh.n anl F:.J,'rondt from the WeV-t
Indies arrived on Friday last.
-:'
VIRDICT MANSLAUGHTER."
A-:Inqt4i.iiti.on was held before C.harles C K-eaue,
Esq:1 ('.'ronocr, ou th.' North side' of Pembroke Pat-
.ih"1,., on'S-it.i'rday last, onu view of the h.oly of
Ge:rc-iana u ri', r 'oma t" .:,:o1oi', wh\'ioied fri:im the
'e.ffec.. -of ,.in i.al ijl'irire iufii:t--1 ou hlie- 1v h.r
husband, William. Irii A Verdir-t of Mou-
slaugpht.:-r" w~ Iast'turnel Ian.l the hu. stand, r,'-.
co.,rnmittedto H ramilt.:,m G't:l .'
Dr. 4rton's avidenue before thi (.u.. ;u-ir.'s Jury
t'astfO^!o ',: i e lt' t httt'11 e '-'t' saw M rs. Iris rab.uili
nuoou ou Wede.la.', t.:-? 12th iustaut, ail that ar
that timte she 1..-' i' i mt :t.- .,' f 4 lIltpe, ei itir'lv n-
FIoonui-ioun,, rn.1 un. able to Li.' auy iunforit.ition ',.InD
cernine hir state. No o,:e whomn ihe -aw attthel
house could or wouldaff":.irl 'iny inf:touiti.:;i whi, h
'wiuld-help Tirui 'to arrive a it any .couliu-,oa. Phiy-
dr-al.exnvituatiorn threw no light on. the case an-J
'io l~e was unable to.--tl thle Jury the rwu-sef death .
In these ch-iumat-an,'i-e the J.ury onrd. rd a- Post
Mojtemn .euianuinaiont of- which the followingI 'was
the result:- .
.Gen6ral condition of body goodi,-hriises on alb-
dome4i aad right loi) I
...Jeail..-Brain somewhat congested meinmn.sa
thioke ad ,-. -
Laskvx a,& Traela i.bOh healthy-. '
"ra'x.--C6nsoli'xtion of u ,per lobeof riglt lung;
l: .ft.lutg.heaMltiv ;-'tWeart'bealthy..' -
.t d"*19i3gr-14 rhelty' hy-: tleft 'kiln-y lar- fr lt
-he"lthy ;-trigli kidf .laar1e with iruise mn'ea'ur-
img one -inc -Jby ouneaian'a-.hflt iUnclie cirres-
pondjiltii i '#4 L'n'A1 hnsia. ow loin ; Spleeu full
of%&m6trharit :itarots. Mu rtular coat of sto*
'mah o'.... g.ar.el u.msataoeuitsurei -b--in:,t,
o, at'heat-r.-peritq.pueal coat .ip4iaelated.:'or.res-
'jn'onlini Dclosely with. the brui'-e on the exterior
of the abdomenn. .Rest of thle int-st[n-'i trac
empty .but healthy. Bladler. empty. .Uterus
-".it.plai.. oai"oc"ptarhi' an iuirlt urtl hi.broid' it
tmp tornu. 'tJ -. -.
In the Doctors opinion death eviuiutly rns'ulte.l
froJ th-on.itio of Stomu l4, bi'hl hat Aiee
: -.1, - i, o e c .' '
An-'tf&s ito iaw'skhel in Pembroke Parish, on1
the llth instant, bdi-ft-aChsrh'ls Keine, Esqr,
C..ru,,'nr,-on vier 7 otftme. body of Johu iRutilm, wio-
died, .1edly-ou f i;b iopi ~vnuiung.-Verdict-
.. .' 0. '*


CON FORMATIONS.
"The following is a summnuy of the Confirmations
hlehli l y the P.m-o or lEv-TrOUNDiLNrD AND BERMUDA
Jutling,' his vi,it which is now driawinw to a close :
.if ['i. Fnatides. ;dhd.
Holy 'Triuity43huith (-pecial) 2 2
.ra .,y 13 .IS 31I
-toitthampton 6 9 15
e:-vo i.'hiro 13. 12 30
V. -., ick 7 10 17
Smith's 7 11 1S
Paget 18 1S 36 t
P.mbroke 23 13 36
FHamilton 5 11 16 t
St. George's 10 26 363 t
107 130 237
Tho ret-urns from Sandys, Devonsitire and St.
GeorLCes include 2 fiom H. M. Dockyard, 9 from
Pr.:.sp't ('amp, and 9 from St. Georga's Garrison
m't-spectirvel] v.
The total lumber Conifirmediscounidei ably small-
or than in lSSO". but this is accounted for by the
fiet tlait thie interval which has elapsed since the
last coafi mation, has been two years iusteadof four
ns ou the previous occai-ion.


frieud,, for New lork papers of the [11t Instant.
The Sailing, vessels on the Wet Coast of New-
foundland aie having unprecedented success.
Fred Norman, one of the two men who crossed
the Atla.nti- in the Little Western," now proposes
to rowu over.
*.i :Mcesrs. A. E. Outerbridge & Co., have ad-
vised the Bermuda agency of the Quebec S. S. Co.,
that either the Bermida or F/,'nburo:lgh would be at
Hainiltou, Bermuda, during Mouday, 17th April.

EUROPE.-Professbr Goldwin Smith advocate,
or Irelaud the abolition of ]u y trial in a rarian eases,
lie suspension of repreoentatioci of rebel districts,
Ile suppression of the murderous press and special
legislation concerning foreign emissaries.
-Mr. Smythe, the Westmeath landlord, whole
sister-ih-law wvas lately' murdered, writes to Mr.
Gladstone :--iI lay the guilt of this deed at your
door, in the face of the whole country, supported
as you are in that part of your policy by the "No
Rent" members of Parliament.
It is said that Earl Cowper, Lord Lieutenant of
' Ireland, is about to resign.
Baron Carlingford, Ltr4 Privy Seal, was install-
ed am a Kuight of the Order of St. Patrick.
Ur t o.-. II w .a st fro .. noin l...n tAid not


----* ir. iarne'll went to Pris onu JUu, DuL uIU .v.
it- The Report of the Bermuda Church Society, visit the Laud L6aguers. The funeral othis Sister's
-hLilh is iu tvpe, has been unavoidably postponed child took place.
till our next i,-uce.
DEAT OF T1 H79oronOALE FnnIAltuC DuNoomBa,
We are prieved to learn that there is too much M.D., F.R.S., Edinburgh.-The Nassau, N. P.,
res,'.u to hYieve tih.t our Colonial Scretary-who G.-,,,,,,;, of the 25th March, contains particulars
l.ft here f..r New Y...'k some weeks sin.e on ten days of the death &c.,-of the above named Gentleman-
leave. o.ternsil:.lvforther urpo: o-f weein- his wife which sad event took place at his residence, N'assan,
an. laiily ,afely ebtbaiket on board a vessel thence Bahamas, on the'22nd'of same month, after rather
for Englanu1-does not 'ititeul to rettu'n to Ber- .alinering 'illueds, in the 66th year of his age.
rui.tl-i-'tl.ii-tL-n d.tyv l-ave hai extended to as Dr. Duncombe's loss socially and politically will be
r,n:-uv w ieksc, o -.nU .l.itioinw tin- gr'anteor-or eveu felt throughout New Providence. There i- scarce.
;,'k_. a.-f. Jio-.. i-h fa't .l'a"hort.tihtb been a position of any prominence in the Bahamas
S,., fra-in him iwr- e his departure, that l c that h s not filled during the 40 years and up.
,-r ,f, hi-li irely u ti.:.e.l t p blty wards of is public life. At the time of his death
]i<' ha viu to remain in New York a diry or two .-
S... r .!. -, I t .----i --nfltif oar 'of ealt, resaeoni surgeon
i.. in- .- -t,-i. truth. It haviug -uperintendeut of the Asylum. Member of the Ex-
l.e-.jiti- uie-.'iiv within b.- past tfew -lays f..r te ecutive and Legislative Coun6il, of the Board of
authorities. to luo:k after sto.? i." - c.,:.nt ted with the .of:lie :f ('Coloni:l S--0'r.i t try it the Publio Library, &c. For thirty yeairs he super-
ha, 1.-eu n .-rt uind th-t si-.tm? pl..li: m:nouey, intended the I.'Lrist Church Sunday School, and
whi.h -b.1u'- pnl. el in his.ann.l- f.:.r rerittaneC was a most valuable member of the Church Synod.
to Eigluin lt.-l-.u .t, .l....:-n ft'or'l,:'rde.l, annd other 'rThe Legislative C6uncil on the first day of 'meet-
l..ui.-.- wli. hi:i.l ,iI -o... iut his h.s had nt ugafter th death of Dr. Duncan unanimously
been applieil to theiir leiritinmate purpoi:ss-there is pas..d the following; Resolution, copies of which
thei'f.-m.re evy-r re. i-on- to fear that Le has uiel were to be sent to Nie Dr's. family and sister.
the-4e i."un-- tuo hi; iudivihiml plrp'-'-s- Mr. '->- Resolved, that The members of the Legislative
ster as unot known in Bermnundi tif he arriveId here Council of the Bab mas consider and feel it their
lsome five year,-' si'e olliun the aip.pointmnent, by duty to place on re ord the expression of their deep
the Secretary of St ite fir the -C.i:r.-oie of the regret at the loss tlty have sustained in the death
hi.hily :imnporta-ut position u-of Oolouial eereltary of the late HonouraileP. Duneombe, M.D., who for
,I. :is sui:ch, th' a.lismar of the Goveru'r of the many years was a valuedd member of the Board, and
C.:,'lo:nv. whose eminent abil y, integrity of purpose, and
I N OF- THE PATR ARCHAL independence of ae on were conspicuous traits of
COUNCIL NO. 8 OF THE PATRIARCHAL a large fiifid and h ch'haracter."
OP.DEP. OF P. G. MasTERS OF THE G. U. O. or 0. F. Dr.D. was onod n a visit to some friendsin Ber-
-1.1 .r'-t -I it 26th Anniver-.try on the eveuiu.g of muda and one of h daughters is the wife of Sur-
,.ln:, d. lu -t.. geon W. M. Rae, nl attached to the Royal Na-
T Th,' R'ular M-eting for b-inue.s was killed to val Hospital, Irela Island.
or:ertv by r., .. Bean, W. Mft..-r, at the cloc'e --- --
of whii.h, their hbcthrUen partook of au ex'.-llent din- For id Royal Gazette.
nier pr-ired anld serrid iu tirt -.tyle. DEAR MB. EDrrot--Some few years ago the
The. : follo-,wiui toat-. wi re ireu t ,, Eastern approach to te Tow'n of Hamilton was, by
The .: Que-n.--Msi', Gd re the Queeu. a property then Nus 's, now owned by the Gov-
The Prinu.e au.1 Pliu,.eMs of Wales. the E rninent, the road wir very narrow and great care
Th- A. tiu-- Goveror a l Meiabers o th was required to prcv(t collision, but from its being
ecutivet Counc.il. on a straight line, o.' could see the approach of
Lidy Litf.au. another vehicle and avoid danger. The Legis-
, The Bi'hop a:'id Clergy of Bennuda.-Music, lature, however, too the matter into their con-
"01.1 Hmi.u'lr.l." sideration and after considerable delay, and at
The Armuy and N:i-uty. Euglanl a great expense, owi to property -having to be
The io,('-riuitt.- of Mana -m. ut lanl ,, pr,.hasd, a chane-'as made to the present line
Sub C. M. A,n.ri,'..-'tujic, C**o Luqueriing Hero. of road, and I thin the Public- to-day must feel
Our Ablsent Brethren. satisfied, although-e-lyV, yet convenient and safd':
Outr Widow-i :su,1 iorpl.i,. ibut, Sir, the troiulIle 1l exists only a little farthe-
ThL- g tl,-.io-, at whi-h perfect couviviaity East at the.junetion 'the diddle road, and directly
re .i-:l,n wj-- l,rouhlt to a :.lose al.out 11.30, with opposite the Milita Police Station. Carts ar?
m i-u. wishes fo:,r..iimihr .ath,:rings. countauntly drawn u not particularly onu the sisd
The-r- wa "T'tnplhinentaty Hop at the butt fereiuently iv i th middle f .'the' road, owhlle
HaLailton Hotel, on the evening of NW.-ilnesi ttheir- drivers are attqiug. to their shopping on the
H-g iltu H itel,putleteoAeiu.G o. A. Fau t opposite side of the eet, the road being narrow,
rFgiveu Iany thre Ps.'aiet',rti, it. G. A.ahyr. just there, together jth the great bead leading to
Mt'. Eame. and Mrs. Chauncey ost corlilly r e- r m1
eiive," the utiests. Dau.inlur eomiinei,:ed at a'I,,ut Prospet,nmakesitpa~h~arivdaugerousinpassink.
Sci. the uesas. Danu,, tth ram,,spirit utill I am not aware th 'the Corpbration limits ex.
s o.cl tbre,:d ad t., contain weecnt.h muT.h-piie pti- tend as far, so as Wrect the Plice on their beat
did Bll-room waa tastilYe'orate t floor was to visit the place oecmnally ; but if some precau'-
did Bll-rlorr, waa' th.e.lydeuiratel the weol r waan tionary means are attended to, I fear some
iBad ,it H. M. S. ,th' am, by the we-ki llty oaneld f serious-accident will ur during this busy season.
thie ori-casiiiu. ,Th -party i'ompi n if-d mauy ci'iaiit., I am, Sir h mz h rpspect,
i,-ine Arciiy anud i la i'' nuniher of N;tvy Otlicerks, EASTERN PLANTER.
auj of ,-or,'s'.aU the n ,unerois Hotel visitors-corn- April 14th, 1882 .. p .
pri-iun at the leas there hundreds pe.rsons. The -------
whewa well m anl al felt that great We are given to u rst. that the form.
credit was div. to Mr. and Mrs. Faruham for the ances of- the Amateurramatic b at'lPospect
Spletaur'able erehin-they bad spent. on Saturday and AMol (yesterday) were a great
.'-R. ... success. Those who 'sh to spe. these. .hrited
F,"ur th, Rm.,e'l Gu:etl,. amateurs, would 'd6o 1 to pay'thlie a 4 hffo
'NOTICE TO YARMEPS AND OTHERS CON- night.-Full report n week. "
S' 'CERNtE.
Data .An. Lr~E.-I am iglad to noti(e that our SACRED COE RT This (Tfiesday)V'6
t i frt'e ing, ana Performances .the HAnLTOW A*A.T.1-1
utel-prishngfirm, in es'.. 'rt Cox, hai-v receiv- Da r.Tvic CL'nu'on 24 nd 25th inst., at Mechan-
ee, chsiufig i 1gt.ene'ru.pin t'eir .fo ots crolps. ics' Hall, Hamilton. ani of Hall at Royal
.land showu us a _,o,-.peu,"iofo our er.,ps. I Gazette'" Stationery S] '
shbou-l sav to) our Faritm-r,, d,-not'ilelss the op- r .
,iortnrit vnow oftereli, or we will rpe't it when-
S l,te It w..,-rl load the com.in.g bt wholly A flue dish of Black lberi'ies kai 'sen to us
i f.. the En-i-h Mai k:t, it w.:uld b.- a geat help ony Sat urd'it~by udley Hollis, of Hamil-
to: mut 'll, as the prices would go up' at ne' in New tordPArish. ey wer licious; and it is some
Y-rk, nu I it.. would be- a granll p.atiug f.r our time since we Pv se99n h.fine specimens of the
next yeai's Prod-ae. This M irket mit t.be opened -'es grd .n esr u60f t
irr. or' a l tfo- worthy of._-, 'Ibtivat-d. We siwcerely
wick (ClibbL has d-.ided lto enud] 10.i" box-s at least, t k Mrat treat.
. via New Y.jok o EnuTlanu.l :,n-it: -..to e hoped
Sth,'t aill''rh.-t.I-PaiTr u' fl'.l "fllAw up. -It. is jipay, A RI7.- tndard's Duli deas
' pl-,iu!' to be -eea it'it hIlf tI omi cr'ol is all that is pito reports .hat, an im aatiFeniau' has escaped
*neededfor' t e. ow "'VX.-iMaarkt". : in an Amerioan vessel, was closely pursued by
J '.. W W the police, but they:wer ble to arrest him.

t ..' '. p ..


another Native," and "Observer," in our next.

DIED, inDevonhire Parish on 13th instant, after
a short and painful illness, JoHN SAmUE Hnrsoxr
aged 4 2 years. The deceased leaves a mother, sister
and brother, with other relatives and friends to
mourn their loss.
....... at Montreal, on the 19th ultimo, A. J.
TATi, Esp., in the 30th year of his age. Mr. Tait
Was known to 'mahy in Beriauda, having visited
these Islands, several winters past, for the benefit
of his health and for business purposes.


For Sale,
3 MARKET


To arrive by the Steamer Beta' on
proximo.
These Wagons were built at the
J. M. DeWolfe, Halifax, N.S., ex
Bermuda.. Price moderate. Ter
modating to approved purchasers.-
SALBERT
St. George's, 15th April, 1882.-tf '

Notice.


FOR DEM ER A
The fast sailing S


DAIRREI.L, Master,
K.o nstan.- --- _---..
Will lond with all disiaich ror I)
return via Barbados.
Person wisliiuz to secure Preigh
call at the Office ul' f
B. IF. WIV -LKE
Hamilton, April 10, IS??. -2 3p


Vessel


ONS
i 12th May

Factory of
pressly for


J Sale,
By Od0er of lhe Morgtagee,

FitHouse and Lots
IN THE TOWN OF*HAMILTON.


:Lots -No. 28-bfth-t5th owgit'lidi-ita^Sti-eet,
and No. 25 of the 6th Longitudinal Street, to-
gether forming one parcel, -rmining frromwatreet
to Street, measuring* 30- feet ib 1lenglth and
50 feet in width, with theDWELLINGHOUSE
now occupied by_ My_.:SA.UEE, AUGUSTUS
SMITH. In front of the Dwelling House there
is a clear space 50 feet square.
A ground-plan of the House may be seen on
application to the Undei signed. The Premises
may be"v'iweI bu application o lW'eD occupant.
TENDERS for the above Proper-
ty' will 'be.reWived -by '-'Tndetaig6&il up to
-Neoo .. -. ...
OK WEDNESDAY,
The'26th Apil, ifistant. '
The Moitgaegee will not, 'ie huni t4 accept
the highest or any Tendr. -
t S. BROWNOW GRAY.
Ith April, 1882.--23p :.

.Notiee.,

ALL Personis liable to be AS-
SESSED. for the maintenance of the
CHURCH OF .ENGLAND -IN PEMBROKE
PARISH, are hereby notified that a Meeting
WILL-BE HELD,
.1 i e .e 'ro w ia s11 ,
HAMILT.N, .

On FRIDAY next
Thd 2 st Instant,
At 11 o'clock in the Forenoon,
For the purpose !&of Electing a VEsTnY and
CHURCH WARDENS for t.he'ensuing year.'
MORRIS A. M. FRIT'H,
THOSE. D. MIDPLETON,
..., Church Wardens.
Pembroke Parish, 14th April; 1882


ms. accom- Trinity Church, Special
INGLIS. Notice to Pew Renters.
S AT the ANNUAL ',MEI BEING' o the PEW
eTR'is of TjT CrH,.l4Id in
the School Room of the said Church, on,Svtur-
day the 15th inst,, pursuantkto notice, -thetfol-
lowing. Resolution was unanimously passed :
RA, That the consideratibii of the R'el61ution
relating to the ItEVD. MR. YEAR1SLEY'S
chonner SALARY be adjouriied to SAT1"D tiY next,
a* at One r. M ., in consequence .of the paucity of
the attendance at this, weettig ;: and that the
day's "Gazette," with an intimation to the
Indies ;bou Pew Renters that their attendance is particu-
----- _.-- lar .eas ,af -or. _he..iamidUration_fLthe-
mrt nove quesonm


'emcrara, to
t will please

R 4. CO.


for Dem1e-


rara, to-Return Direct;

-The' Depitlure of the (Cipper S schooner

"E. GOODWIN,"

Has been Postpone
For the Convenfence of Shippers until

THURSI)AY Next
21st instant,
Freight %ill be received unm'il Thursday noon.
F..r Fieiglct, either way, apply to Captain (iift'-
fin ou board, or LO
J. H. T. JACKSON,
.Agr'llt.

P.S.-Second Size Po-
tatoes Wanted.
Harmlton, April 17, 1832.-l pd.


above question,"
(c% Adjourned Meeting'of Pw, Renters will
be hold in the School -Rooin of Trinity Church
ON SATURDAY NEXT
the 22nd April, at One o'clock in accordance
with ,the aboye Repohtion.
WM.S. BARR,
- I: DARgELI,
Chapel .Wardens.
Anril '!5t+h 1Q : ."' .I2". ',


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Sale of Pews
In St: Paul's Church, Pageti

THE following PEWS ifi t. Pail's Ch rch,
P4get, will bseparately 0fed atPsblio
Sale, at the Church, "
On.Friday,.. 28th. April
lust., at 10 o'clock, a.m&,,viz.:
Nos. 4, 19, 32,. 55, 567, 61, 61, .65,
73. in Trinsepts a',taNve
And No 1.5 in North' -Gallery'-
SBy Order f ,the ihi.ro4 Vetry,,
J. D. M-IDDLETON OqDET,

Paget, 18th s p ," .


utet-bridgoe Bros., N &2Q5 7
S- _;- 1
-Reid Street, Hamiltonr,-
Will attend to the forwarding of BERMUIi a
PIRODUCtF during the EnsuTig Season to ike Lag s r. he and
following well-kuowit house s:- FashioniaWb .-.. L"
GEO. W..S 'ENCEt & CO., 187 Reade St.,
New York. -' qt3
BROWN, DoWINTER & B'RO&N, 52 \V
Washington Market, New York. From Londonad New o abdo the
\\ARNER & A1l.E RITT, 52 W. JDelavware present 'Sease ay 16W b. 'se:n e t a~es
Avenue, Philadelphia. ol tho 'Undersifn6ad. ,' ', -
STENCIL PLA'i'ES pnd all further infor. -jiheserves.v prjr ,.y. ._pe.'eAL Mi-
marion -ur ished on application. liner, of 5 yearpexpeidwAsiai
April 18, 1882.-tf Fsktablhliments, ebpavis g tej-iuod orers
Arl 18-- ,.,i- for., work in any. branch; .e-f:'M-Mlerr szati be
ThQe o: quiekl-y executed.in Ahe a iSfllSon-
The E jnpo lUin., able style. '- '- '- '- p "
47 Front Street, 'Oi rders fPr aato&s ewI ajl
J* ,, .AOBINSON & CO.9 and caretfuWatteitiln. i "
Are Ma '.ufacthrer's Agents., and supply he .. .. te'1 ',.A .,A '
public at LoNDoN PRICES in Bermuda. .Ih A .pr.I1 ',' 1: io ..
'Systet 'of Tadingr -. r .
Alltranstctions are for ASH,,eitierbefQre o We
or on delivery; the,6 west pice.s being bharge4' .Co. : a is"eA :
for each artig-,and o6-p'n't'eent.-discount @1.- And'. .
loodoou'vflp haie:-obf i0/-abd, upw "
J.'.J, & ,q, haQve..,maioh.pleaure en- e :. .
nouncing that they are now in position to offer 1' 8. .- tte BtIittA' -
and give to the Public of Bermuda better value ,' .2:;
than in anuyprevious year,'as they are-Manu- .Soid G .
facturer's Agents 4xd.onlyis8l.ou b i emissiri-. '- ':n.io, ".r-t:.' '-_.,, .
Customers who have ben -plta d -Wi-thth'e -
Goods they hae-bought from the-EM-P r1Mt,. Se an... Re.e-
'.. ....
recommriAditiohs amongst their f-i end-,
Hf.-lto-,-ndt'erS :S.u- .,..a '-..-"-thA/ .
H.1 to', 4 i M t. '' -'1 2., -:_ 17th -a .. .....;,



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BERMUDA ROYAL. GAZETTE.


t. .. AD ________
.. 444%44343fl5~


NOTICE.


.1 Government Hlouse,
MOUNT LANGTON, ON

Friday, 21st April,
; lA 1-o'clock, M., Shatp,
./By order of LIEUT. H. D. L.ArtAN, the
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
&C, ',, C&C.,
'. Consisting in part:-
1- XTERY Superior PIANO, by Broadwood
S Handsome PICTURES-
Spring and Iron BEDSTEADS
Spring and Hair MATTRESSES, and other
Bedding,
Rocking, Lounge, Garden and other CHAIRS
and SETTEES
Chests DRAWERS
Toilet SETS, T TABLES and WASHSTANDS
Table and other GL % .SWARE
Handsome LAMPS, Duplex, &c.
Breakfast, Tea, and Coffee SETS,
Dinner and Dessert SETS
An Assortment of other CROCKERY
.Cadidle Shades and Nozzles
Pantry FURNITURE
Kitchen Furniture and Utensils
C Milk PANS and PAILS
.. ... AND,
A Lot, of Sherrv ,and other Wines.


THE
ROYAL IRISH RIFLES
.Ie arfew.csP .Irifnne-Ific clsa b
Will appear at. the
Theatre Royal, Prospect,
By kind permission of Lt.-Col. F. R. C.
CROFTON, Commauding 2nd Battalion
Royal Irish Rifles,

This (T rUESD AY)
EVENING, April 18, lq82
The Performance will commence with the De-
lightful Farce, in I Act, by J. BI. Buckstone,
Esqr., entitled
A KISS Ii TlE DA RIK.
To be followed by .'ergt.-Bugler W. F.
CHEESMAN, who will sing some of the
Latest and Newest London Comic
Songs,
For titles of which see Small Programmes.
After which will be performed the highly po-
pular Drama, in 2 Acts, by 11. 'T.
Craven, Esqr., entitled
I MEG'S DIVERSION.


An Assortment of Garden TOOLS C By kind permission of Lt.-Colonel F. R. C.
-_ Croftun and Officers of the Battalion the
ALSO, String Band, under the conductorship of Mr.
If not previously disposed of, R. Brown, will perform.
HORSES, CARRIAGES, PRICES OF ADMISSION.
ORSE CarnAesesReserved Seats 2,,; Front Seats 1/; Gallery Gd.
SCO WS, Harnesses Doors open at 7-31. To commence at S.
And a&great many other Useful A articles that Carriages at 11.
will appear at the Sale. Reserved Seat Tickets may be obtained at the
i eOffiCers' Mess, Royal Trish Rifles, Prospect, and at
0y=. All the above tientioned Goods will be the Stationery Store adjoining the Royal Gazette'
ready. for inspection on Thursday next, the Office,
day preceding the :ale, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. President, Captain E. G. Selby -Smith ; Ma-
B W WALKER & CO nager, Sergt. P. Ferry; Mtage Manager, Amr.
ALK., Sergt. J. Mason; Treasurer, Paymaster-Sergt.
Autiouseir. H. Morey.
I'samilton, April 10, 1882.-.2.3rd p .--
.. .1 GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !


Notice.

KEROSENE OIL.

* "Without Reserve,
By Pu b1 i c Auctio n,
UNDER THE BIG SHED,
OOn THURSDAY Next,
20th Instant, at 12 o'.I -ek, M.,
\}' ILL BE" SO LD,
25 Barrels Kerosene



B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctionetrs
Hamilton, April 17, 1882.

To be Sold, by Auction,
At the Residence of the NAVAL
'To'E.KEE.ER, Ireland Island,

ON SATU RDAY,


FOR-NE WORK; "-tk rA -
TO RETURN DIRECT. i G .'ers and .,wi
ihe I' teai l* E resp 'llv offer to ship
h.ipi lpwI nUc.:: F, l" vahat N
4*WA 'SO jj9i 'rlq-N either or the undermeiiioned resp
ii-io'i tiftiues who nmiy he i.el'e
...U, '' A' e' rs, |,hipperx, and Grower,.
FUl.LEli, Master, Not re-ponsible howe-v r for the
Will he li ', "I urill p ito our order in New
Will be spatchd ave order will-be given to ;he New 'or
ON SATURDAY NEXTe, for seis.n.
JfXT.Wheo neeesrarv to tordii pein.
22nd Insail, :.1 7 .n ., any shie-w. erit ir ivii be inl-ured :it
'raling Freight a-t ul-toiiory l !:',-. of the O Irwnirs int-ersted. and townti
W t ly unlrafai(l thi .1 nil iaiger, or u
Will leave New York on Return w ys are borne by tih .
Saturday, 29th A pril. lihe Coumiissi., ,iouises for wh
P. ODUCKI) 'ou freight wJill .b taken unitl business are
Friday, 21st instant, at 12 o'clock, noon, if the iessirs. JOtJ01NV \IX
ship is not previously filled. No. 166 \Wesv reet. New
Bills of Lading for Produce and Specie will i aiourShippingdistiuguishingnumbe
be signed until 6 p.m. Friday 21t.
lShipres nar requested to use separate le- And,
ceipts or ,Onions, IPottoes an,] Tomatoes. Messrs. TI TUS B RO
. ( t The Special .ttenui.on of ilipp~is is No. 154, West Stteet, New
caleuall to the ct that e tear our Vtidctting n
has uiunally good ventiloi ad tier i Id and our Shipping diftingguibing u


iS not imnpre tat ed with, SUGAR I
and MOLASSES Dr'ainwng." i
Thereby causing .Steam, t'Iwhicth wald prove
injurious to nil I'roduce-especiully .d!matoes.
For Freight only, apply to
S. S. IGHAM.
Ilamilton, ISlh April, is82.
Colonist copy.


Notice
That Summer is Coming. Kee
Cool. Keen Cool.


pn


Stencil PI.tes with i f.ovo iuII
TROT'
Hainilto,', Bermud i, ,tI 3rd
IIth Apri 1832,

Empty Bari
SURE TO BE VWA.
F' HIE TEAI \E'S of ttie Q'ieb
(Coumpany will bri'ing tL, Bfeti
EMPTY BARRELS at
each, at wOwnerb' ii-k a-: to etiru
and condition of the harrels,
.'i LSO,


*l.v %rI rAm1.?TA AT. .- I
i)J l tAj*ittL fU 'JCZ ~jU


|.----). OA im i irhT -ILJ 'til a,1 cenIs Pel
Established 1874. Cubic foot measurement.
CO-PEITIO D To be nioved off, out ol'f the way of thle Lspprt,,
COMPETITION DEFIED. immediately from Wharf.
nrrThis OO fr good until Netv York 8th Jin?. 1 '2
,'0.'TROTT & COX.
a a .... Hamilton, Blermuda. lth April, 1882.-3 3p.
M anufilact ur of .
SODA WiTA TRE1 T.O.,Nf A 7), "Colonist" copy, ties.
SODA IVA TER, d '.4' I 4....4'LM


GIJAGERA.DF NOTE.-The New Yor1k Mail Steamer is not in
TH EA TR E ROYAL, &c., &c., &.. Port, will be advertised by Post Bill.
je PROSPECT. Establishment Comer of E. Broadway and N O ice ,
,.: .- .** ". .-___Victoria St., "
SBy perfissioin of .Lieut.-Colonel HAMILTON, BE R MU D A.
aT HE s`:ubscriber would call tbe.attenti.on ofa LL Persouts having just CI,-1IMS vs. the
F. R. R C.1 rOFTO -- the Inhabit.nt of Bermuda and others Udersigned, are rcqiteste1 lo rider lMills
Comman4ihig 2nga Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, to Ihe fact that he has continually advanced for same by 0 .A May xt, fir p yvient, nod
in the il'roveneut of his Manufacture, s all Persons INI):.1t'trfD ,t us are required
the gradual increase of his trade will testify, to I'ay their .'ccounth, il, ful by th ,d fitc
He has now perfect ed arrangements whereby Parties theo have receiv-d their ACCOUN '
he can manufa cture superior to any" of the are repectlully a.ked o e.i iy h the ie.co.
ROYAL IRI-4H RIFLES', kind in lthe Island's of Bermuda ; and he begs arei sl)e tlull aAed l vhi
Un the C o Mr --_-,, to offer his .incere thanks to the above for written at io t o_'alue.
Under the ConductorshiIp of Mr. BROWN, their liberal Patrouage. .,t the past andi re- J. '1'. DARRELL & CO.
SWil give a Vobcal t-ad Instrumental speetfully solicits a contTiunnce of the same, Hlauiltoit lpril 17, 1S,2.--3 3p.
E t t i t for they will always find "BA.iRIr's" Aera. -- ------- -
E i! tI e t a 1 i1 T. n ,I ted WAters. Plain -oda," and other Cari.on- K
ON I ated Iteverages, in Quart "iphons, 10 Gallons -,Y.OS 1' 0 _
Fountains, and in Cases of I'wo, Four, and
Tuesday & W wednesday, ia.ozen Bottles. superior to any on the Kerosene Oil!!
2nd and 3rd May, 18S2. TESTIMONIES. ----
April 18, 1882.-3 i tsioy Now' Lnndin7, Ex .< **Vidente," homn New
___________________ Ihave much pleasure n hearing testimony York
1i' A au 9U- to theeexcellentquality Qt toie. Soda Water"t RrE R N
rihe C. A and 9th madebyJoHNBARRITr cfuEamilton. BARRELS ,KEROS.NE
J. W. RIF.D, M.D.
Co., R.E Dop!. Surgeon Ge,,eral. t,,
ATHLETIC SPORTS Naval Hospital, Ireland Island. .
Will take.lace at St. George's. JoHN BARRITT, of Himilton, has supplied Offered for Sale l. the Undersigned,
n 1 1 N ',_. .,I _


20th May next, at 2*30p.m.,
Sundry Articles of M. 19
HOUSEHOLD FUR ITURE 25th April, comment
Vi_ SUR ITURE St. Georges, April 15th,
HAIRS -"TABLES BEDSTEADS T he -Ch '
S PICTURES BOOKS LAMPS e h0
CHINA, GLASS, VASES
Plated Cruet and Tureen In tH
Tea T'RAYS and Cooking-UTENSILS Can only be obtained fro
Mincing MACHINE, &c. Agent for the "Halifax'(
'An' Ortaniental Irn' Flower STAND for Hall, at St. Gcorg-
.-and Others with Ferns, Pots, Oarden Tools, ,
,. c.; including a LAWN MOWER in perfect I hoicest lyso
doi-e .-- .. Oolong 2/3,
: I.Ac ?oilatItn dd.G lard)en- English. Break
' iirelyi rquneby Mr. Boucher So-choung 21,,
4 RUT'E jeight.ejys) in fine tone with mu- Congou 1/C6 1/9 in family
sio 10 lbs, ecah, all bearing
A SKIF F-rin .excellent order, very Mark.
lihtandroomiy, with Awning, Sails, 5 Brars Every Family should a
; Crtaces, ne6w Cushions, Cover, 4 Pairs of ra,'opportunity to enjo
Oars, &c., &c. great luxury. .
SiFie.Halifax OW 6St, Georgp's, April, 1'82.
Imported last year,
And :a YOU.UG PrG. Notice


Sxepts, aucdh articleEs, as may be privately
'&isposed meanwhilee,
,...... W. J. HENEY,
Auctioneer.
Bermu, 15th April, 1882.-- .

1 io ) De Winter
S AN1D BROWN,
S.. ) .West:Washington Markt,
', .,: ; NEW YORK.
SQea lrs. in, Beretua .Produce,
^ 2.. &SIflsXO (.Vogeta4le 4-,.
-.i .GfttiM .i}80ts';ojifjted.
y>, Reaaittapoes.
..... .. A-de i.IBermi da,
'" "."B. O. R IDGE BROS.
11h 'x r W --7f.

.xch.ahge on New York
:At Sight; Apply to
S. "S S. INQHAM '
"HaUiltoo,[ ltb-. April, 1882-4 3


i 11 / -
I IMAWi .34.,

cing at 10 a.m.
1682.

icest TEAS
Lis Market
om the Undersigned,
China Tea Company,'
e's, viz.; ..
a 3/9 lb.; .

fast 2/6

caddies of 5 lbs. and
the Company's Trade
vail themselves of this
y a portion' of this

RICHA.DSON.
,-tf.

This !


Messrs. George W. Spen-
.cer & Co.,,
WIOLSALO' COMMISSION DEALERS IN
3ermuba proaucue,
187 Reade Street, New York.
Reference-.-Nforth River Rank, New York.
Consignments respectfully solicited for the
above Firm by
W. H, PENISTON,
4 i Front Street, Hamilton.
April 12. 18 82. -.

-.----.. ..-COJMr)RTABL 1

SCO 'iTA G E
Siu.ated on Union Street. Tetcis moderate .
Possession given on the 1st May.
Apply to JOHIIN GRLENSLADE, East
Broadway.
Hamiltou, April 17, 1882. .


me with "Aerated Watpr f nom ucrober 4ta,
1876 to t.hf present time andi I have been well
satisfied with the quality of the same.
J. SrncLATR, M.D., P.M.O.
Depy. Surgeon Genl.
Hamilton, Nov., 4th, 1878.


J. T. DARRELL &. C(
SHanilton, Bernatudn, April 17, 1S.S.-2 83i.
Notice ..


s..-O ..L LSECRE TARY'S OFFICE,
DlI. -: 'z' ...- h April, 1882.
I illV U..1A IE Jo1,.wig R.'-V.ATpxQ 1 h14 been
Ye;v York i i' n ade by His HONOR tHtl 1AkrTiSTRA-
ectal.ie Co'- o OF.Ti GOVERNMENT .. .ith the
ri'ed by owni- adite atiLonst'ht of 'er tf -ouncil,
il ascorhluice witli th 4 rov'tiins-oef'-te Sauf-
net proceeds fAaunce W/harves .hnd Warehouse Act, 1 75,
York which andois hereby published for general informa-
rk,Consig:nee' tiom. -; "i *
i i n r e t u r n f o r : .. U. i iqS
t Ih es pons- PERSONS to *hom tlie privilege may be
're will elour- granted of using.thlie Stores a4 Sufferanoe
ranspimt1t both Warehou~ss will be required to .give security
in 'the sain of :'O -
0111 we solicit By .T'hi O Cominkn'.
A46. f"it'tS ITUCKER,
SCO., .cling CooSial Secretary.

r for them isI. M ]III RD,
S -BBh A, 1-th:Xpril, 1l82
THfRS, TENDERIS wil'.e re-,vtwT by -nu NAVAL
York, STOREKEEPER until tOOf'.i o ,-'O '
nber for them *=1st Day. i 882,
'bers rree. For the Supply 6f -:
I & COX. 5000 Prpie ut

chess
els.
' TED ,. Of estquality. .
ec Steamship uainnples to be submitted foii the approval of
llaIN the AssIsTANT'Cvr.iL ENbtiEER.''. *.
10 t THE DOCKYARD OrtIle('ts do not.bihdthem-
r10t et selves to ac'-)t the lowest or-any'Tender.
ray ofh, als. WM AL,$RT MQ. NT,
S. Naval torekeeper,
BY OhDER OF THE 1, AP'TA.IIN-QHAROE.
t, ,, -. '


4)


Joaw BAnRITT, of Hamilton, has supplied TO GOW 'J-AC M OWNI'~
the Canteen 46th Regt., with Lemonade, Gin- OF BElI 1 Jl PRODUCE.
gerade and other Carbonated Beverages since
their arrival in Bermuda and has given satis- E Undergge the- soal
faction in every way. 1'E Undersigned %%ill -give theer Per so'nal
faction in every way. n o u h towarding of BERMUDA
W. B. BROWN, Capt., 46th Regt. tt to the Ctorwardignet of)A
4Preaident Oanteen Commitltee. PROlUGCE to ihe Conlsfgaentil of
;a ePHILetTS, M essrs. John Nix & Co.,
c Canteen Steward.
Prospect, Oct., 19, 1879. f New York
MR. J. BARRITT.-It has afforded me great Throngl,out the Ckop Keason.
pleasure in bearing testimony (after three years All Charges for Cost of Remittance for nett
experience) to the excellent quality of the ro ed will ve to ie borne by the Uwner ol
lerated Drinks,' manufactured by you at rheo oods.
Hamilton. C. ~ ARVy. hlie highest Market ltale will be obtained
SSurgeon, R.N. and Aetc.oit Sales returned promptly.


Naval Hospital, Ireland Island.
MR. BARRITT.-Please to send by Ceonar
to-morrow four cases ot Soda Water" for I
can safely say that your -oda Water is the
best and cheapest on the Island and thht you
always supplied me with great punctuality..
Yours, &c., &c.
ED. ConxNEUA,
Surgeon Major.
't. George's .
Terms made known on applicationI-Special
Terms to large consumers.
JOHN BARRITT,
Manufacturer.
Corner of East Broadiwy & Victoria Street.
Go to BARRITT'S for pure Iced Aerated- Drinkes
Oh! BARRITT, has excellout Gingerade aild
Lnmonade.-
BARRITT, always keeps the Best Syrups.
Go to BARRITT' faor yQur summer drinks, and
keep'oobtallday;" "-
BARRITT keeps delicious Raspberry and Sarsea
parfilla Syrup Driakl.
Hamilton,, Bermuda, April I7, 882. .
'.- -. .. '4 E % .
; .. -' J olnp).cp :. e. .


J. T. JJDARRELLL, CO LU.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17, l%2.-~2 s3p.
P. r'olorniit" please copy.

Wanted.

Bermuda POTAT' S,
Purchased by tle Bushel for .Cash.
"' ALBERT INGLIS.
St. georgs, 1tti pri., 182.2" .

FOR SALE.



Of Englfsh.'.Man ticature,
-Wit thd following S;ops &e.:;
Forte 'Di.Nparfl';treble...
Sordin VulI Orgai'i. -Dntuble Diapason.
Iourdoin xEpres-ion Voix. celis'e.i '
Diapasdn I3ass ..Tre.ao.
-" rte.
SPrice, 10 10 .
For further particuarsa apply:at this Oide.
April 16~ 1882-1.. -
44 4 4** 0 4* 't^ t ***'


New AdvertiseiAent.e f

TIME TABLE.
".STEAMERS
S MOONDY1E"
QOr "Despatoch;" "

SUMMER ARRANGEMENT..
Between Hamilton and Ireland and'-oaz
Islands. ," "
From the.present, date apdyuutil fUirther no.
tieb, the following Timn Table .'will"U" 'ad-
hered to, viz. : .
On Monday, Wednesday, and Sa-
turday, 3 round trips dai'y,: as follows, viz.:
HAMILTON, .
LE VEs-9 a ., 1T-15 a.m., 3-30 p.m."
IRELAND ISLAND.
LEAVES-9f'5 a.m. 12-15 p.m.;,* 44'5 p.m.
SOin these days theo Steanre't.l. Boa.
at 1,0 a..m., 'and Public'....,.merset, at
0-30 a.m. for fHamiltoni direet, weUtirr per-
r hitting .. %
'Calling at Boaz, w. p.
On TueSday, Thursday and Friday
*2'rbund trips daily, calling at Boaz.
HAMILTON.
LLnvas--930, a.m., 3-30, p.m..
IRELAND ISLX%.ND.;
LEAvEs-12-05, p.m., 4-45 p]. m;'
Single Fare- .st class. 1/. Return ticket 1/6.
Ditto... 2nd class 6d. each Way. !'
For further information apply to MR.a II-
LEY, on board, or :, ,
S. S. INGUAgt.JR.
Hamilton, .1th April, 18S2.-21 :p

Warner & Merritt,;
Wholesale Fruit and Produce
.ierclian .s.
5-, 54, & 56, Delaware Ave. -
PHILADELPHIA.
Bermudi Agentf,'
OUTERBRIDGE BROS
April. 17, 188.-tt.



Persons deslr 6 'of SHITPfITG
PRO1 DUE)T 1.
ThrougAh l.' ,"; PPNISTON, t6' :thVdl-

Dunseomb & Frit
NEW YORK,
Will have pvi' facihlitfofforded thtmYo b'ho
Oil ajpplyitn to
.W.. ,i pr Nlt:STDN,
46 tront Street,
S, a ..ton.
April S18, 2~- -. t.. .


RagaSm.ith .JJa Shr ., ~fl!wih, .
aliS, shma irisyt
._.4 Sk... '. ..7.M.-..
(V GROGE'S, S iftfl1.
oB,, Britg )ASpil," Signor Ger- .
'ary ed,"' Mr '. Gqorg : Lee,
Me# P,- Pai.rquiSI' Sra," aorge -
Jea WWt'Wr, Vasmi--Wile w s, '
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Villoujriae*4 1ervotasDebilit, elc
Thelmet IL DY ZNQW1Xto a
006000Bottlei
~Vst~Strap osess4 arfie4Pmyeirues.,

W jobChonve~r~t the Starch fond Sugar or thop
.food Inlo'g~mibbstC. A defieltney? In Ptmaiine
Canoes Wind p ad Souring fr the food Iva th
lith, mnsitune. aIeia of roedi
Ispre te J Ar
Lti x I? mikonathe Jlw'ver.
V A On thib Kidne)'l.
P % ta he.Illood.
mot, Use to. .
vsoj~ ,89I reuffthenx and TOV11corage"
a~~mri no he Oid Bloopd and makes nevi
9, ek"-hq_?eresi the akin land Induce'i
WILL noutralizes the hore.dtary taint, or 51i'oe i~nith
t(,5o4.,' wbhk' i eprikkus b-rofutA.Er ipI, uja
There arSifno di ri a ow.-an d ni. t vwt b mo fctre,. 1
it b~t. ken by the mnoit d.Aicsto b.a~be, or by t b


CATARRAH CURED.
DBAi Si4.-.lhihateusd your INDIAN BLOCD
sTRUP with great ;latifaction and: relief. I lave
bten aflitdd. with' eatarrbh for a long time, c uld
get no relief, until Icommenced uin'g the BL( OD
SYRUP. I.ws..abomu to give it up because in ne.
diately after .takin'it .mado ms-dizzv and feel bi 11v,
but an e'Ti.ulJting a physician was informed th t it
L :a imia.ed By the medicine restoring ,my imp, .cl
..;rCilatilio6 an1d acting on the di.easoed matter in my
tanmachcauaed. y .the dropping of the cat rth
platter.. invariably foud, however, thif this d zzy
fetin ihn'_'paeiedi away, my nirv6us syaseme va
trnquilitied, and OlhW catarrhal poison remove, by
the medicine. 1 have been entirely cured by our
Invaluable remeody.
Respectfully yours,.
SJ. H. MALLWVOO.
SNo. 319 Weqt 10th ,t., New York'dity.
RH.EU'1A'it.T AND: KIDNEY COMPLAIN T.
SiR,-T-..g ve iny testimiony with pletsur" the
benefielal rults ofyour IBLOOD PURIFIER lmy
kkideys wete-out of order, and the result w.a ,i eu-
.-matifm in my right knee, joint swollen twice tbhe
size ornatural and very painful, a buttle of the I rge
size made a perfect cure. I will also say i'yd i es-
, .ijon ha- improved so that I can eat anything w* hin
reach.
P. F.M ARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York '
NICK H. DA7'H.E AND DYSPEPSLA.
No. 151 PERRy.-T., NEW YORK CITn.
-Da~:Slz.;---Your.justly .cehbrated INDIAN
BLQOO SYRUP has entirely cuqcd, ne of ick
H. H,sche aun Dyspepsia, of 10 yearr' alanLin,:.
If "aio'dured niy child of S'carlAt Fver, an' my
wi(f.of Female complkinis.
"- ; GEORGE H. REYNOLDI.
Ifams Dahlman, Bull's [lead, 21th s.1., (of Dathl.
maEI Bcth~r,; ilphIr;! s in hb.se sro'ck), cre,4 of
DyippeFa and Indigestion oe 'many years' stan, ng.
, J~ayty Dahlilaana, of ii'. SaB'me firmn oluredl of lore
Tlifoal ard Indicagcsitot, i iter havit it'beein tre ted
by physicians without b.'riifieial fi'r.ct
.CONsTIP.A IoN \i'f I' HEAD 'ctilE. ,
No. 99,WEas H-oUroN-sr., (A'rt
,ijlZ,-Your INfiIAN BLOOD SYRUP has ,drad
e.6nrliely of th~, dirt ss in my hbad, and reliovd
every difficulty of my bowels. If roiut'Hay 'ltha it
klte tie'st medicine that arny person can tak4for
sick headache. '... ,
S* ALICE REID.


S47 Front St eet,

J. H. Robinson & Co.,
I Agents for Messrs. F. ALLEN % SON', man-
B uft'cturers of


Citrate of Magnesia, Chocodate and
&Cocoas.
Patronized by His Imperial M.ajesty the Shah of
Persia, and H. R. il. the Prince oft' \Vales.
We recommend Dealers in Coneeetionery to
purchase of our Agents iu Bermuda, who con-
stantly keep a large assortment of ,)ur goods,
and at present have in stock 28- ewt. of assort-
edConfectionery in a variety of 73 kinds, at
* only 9d. per lb.
A lessrs. F. ALL\N & SONS supplies ma-
chhiery, &e., for the Minufacture of (onfee-
tionery with all the latest modern impr.ov-nents.
S They also employ 800 men d uly at tho Sxearm
S Works, Mile 1-:nd RIoad. C.anil Hian, L.on>iim.
ree J. H. ROBINSON & CO.,
mn;al are Manul'acturers Agents,.
lBoU f Hami'ton, F. bruary 14, 18S'.-3.i


NOTICE.

IT HE Undersigned h.'s just openp~d a choimee
-'Sel ection oF Enlgimh and Amneriioan


I'm'r Xmas,. Receive.! by thme I~ujii me.mer
Orbiiioio"
Consisting ill part ol:
H A" SHOU 1.0 E{S B.ACoN
B E EF P0 It K
Ti-is of Roast BEEF MILUTTON
C I-IICK KN DUCK ( 100 11
munch TONGUE'S PottLed I IA Il
BEEF and TONGUE Thism of SALMON
LOBISTER'S oYS'RtS tGreen I'lXi
H E ANS COHN an,! .ISARAGE.--
Bottlei of '4ssoried PICKLES
lied CABBAGE and SAUUES6
Cored B 'EEfinTing lUSGUtIT.~of illikinlds
3IJG AIt, White -and Browit FLOUR
Tins of 1.1OCOA and %I ILK
COFFf'EI. and M[LK
OHOI10LATE MILK Pry's COCOA
Epps clIoCOLA rI,
Green and Burnt 0 Wi-Il, Oolor- T!'. A
FLAXSEEDl Li --seed %I EA 1,
Hottles o'S I'llUI'fa, 01:1 tl;vors
!jotiles of Py-e F11111 IS G, "811 I.I l l;! I
DAMIONS C R A N itEIt it.I
GitEENG %4 M-9 RAUT~IB 1.1,11 IJH MS
CH-ERUIt S), &C., &e.
Tins or I'IUIrs, illsY,.Up
P NA C Fl E S CtIiER I t I FES P L U %I
P u;I fs TINE %PPLP,
STH A WII Eli t{Y .pPIx.H & %',!l' lOOI
JAMS of all Flavors 1W 1 II,R LARD
It IC 1.1 La 610.S I LT (1C- H 7.E. .ES11'
j (.. Iutl~ei of E>ssence I, EI 1 ) \N
R.1 -.,'0E M1 I V k N fL 1.1, &.... &c.
C~ondemnsed I LKl
iiair 011L, azjort'd 1Flavors Fine ( Oliv e 011.~
CUlt I0 I(in BoItles)
F'resh EGGS DA11I'>t `4 It kISINS
IT It'IN US ~h. rc
NUIT E A LIIONI iS, in anid OUL of shell
Jari of rPresvrved GIN G Eit SAGO)
fA'~PIlO:-k -VlXATOE ,TURNI I'.5
3) i1S CORN BRAN
&c
JOHJV B.IRRIJTT
East Broadway and Victoria Strect-,


ALiverpool, Queenstowsn, Lond4
and 'New York.
SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLANI
EGYPT, ,THE QUEEN, DENMARI
-ENGLAND, rIALY, CANA.DA,
'RIN PNT'E. LT /' r\ I'L iL'


DYPFEPSIA The STEAMSHIPS -of this .line con
Dh V eY P .rAt 66A 'D Y. TWELVE of the largest steamers (belor
hto oru Company) in. the Atlantic service
P foh D yspp.0Mhsutered for ive ing the port of NeW York. They are build
'A ew do..placed mytomah a conditioto irely of iron and steel, except the merely
digest ifo'6d-teieby relieving hii of thosedistr4s. corative parts, are divided into water-
UgirsJ'expqtitencefl by dyspeptics after, atil and fire proof compartments, and pro'
'ltitogh iatftease.odsio "dils with everything calculated to add to
it quickly disalpearrd on my continuing its soe. safety, and. ,o the comfort and couvenieni
AM+y,4getion'-llow'iimoki .perfect, and I feel gr at, passengers.- -The saloons and staterooms
y eafid... on the main decl) are unusually large,
; 'iu,_ ~WM. 'A. PIERMAN, and airy. The table and general -app
No, 833 West'32nd at., New York ty. ments compare favourably with the best I
-'. ':. .: in England. .
c Naw Yo--, Feb., 3 a10. One of these steamers will sail from
4-/ison,oM Af.P. I York every Saturday, for Queenstown
S i 1I ,Liverpool, and weekly for London direct,
Da.a Sta,-J take pleasureH in-reommfong.n New Pier 39 North River. Rates of pa,
..a.lu ble in currency,:-To Queenstown, and, Avert
-Mf..Ou.Dspep,S. u .er I 0, 'to 570. To London dfirct'(Victorita D
Mqr. o att k0;oft ot 50 to $60; -exursion, ticHets. $00 c
.4 o eie'. a-ieief r.te ak Steerage pMsage 26, currency. For fu
,r ~-~' y. ,al '. doetor" ,thut eA ,ct. particulars apply to the ;Company's 0
'. Bu.z V-e". harrli-ef(til ,he obtaipq a'-ab tie Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Broadway, Now York.
.e, yW .it .4. ., .4 c.s .' w J. HURS'
. ,fItwesel.(uktLn e i. i;now .e iell_,.rd. It iMan'
., :lila..naic K + ...--no boaueho i i, al dl 6 at ut. -e York .,- ,88 i an'
...- i -is "h to/.. h '.d i ub. N New York, January 27, 1882.
PYt)UNG, -
S i" i W.t' ls ited ,
..... ":. .,. iu,.RJu ih,180. 3 -to '4, -t Weight of
.DIN~A-+ is tQotify thalt.-lhave. nd t ri "r t m Ur Y br
ClEh -urAfNDANBLOfl.&RP. M CEDAR S T' U I P
,#'AM dI l ;Ia .1 vi-a,' ro te, for 'Dysp iaF f ,k... .
ai, lndigE"totoI gouadvidiabdi 'that suffer om. Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
it. 1"1 t."Bt CA.RK JOHNON'S,..NE1 N March 21, 1882.
B L O O ._ Sy R U P .- : .; ,. -r --..... .-- *. .
.. SAL. G.. ADAS. School Books.

Sole \Age o fur ruda,. A full supply of th'e above
'. 'ur .'i-x" *A'n. .Y -. used iuthe public schools.
'. " '- -A1. .e -1 Just received at the a-GOutte -St
WAter Street, St. Georges. onery Depositary.


i, ,



iprise
nging
leav-
t ex-
y de.
tight
vided
their
Wn. Atf


Bermuda Veterinary In-
firi 'ary,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
TIIEODO!EF. OLUl'ERIRitlDGE, ]).V.S., lie-
sidence, Hamilton,
E. RE!l) MEIICEHI, D.V.S.,Residenc, lHam--
ilion I'arishl.

Will visit St. George's Profiesiionally on rues-
days-Office at G. SpurlinuI, Isqr's.
Will visit romreret on Fridays.
1eid St., Hamilton,January 2, ISS2.

SLa a
PHIOT0GRAPTIC GALLERY.
ESTABLISHED 1861.

.4 arrc aRuana on,
BEG to offer their sincere thanks to the In-
habitants of Bermuda and others, for their
liberal Patronage during the past part of their
Photographic practice, and having recently
made addition to their stock of
LENSES
by tbe first- Opticians in London, (DALL-
MEYOR and ROSS,) are prepared to offer to
tho Pqblic a better class of work than has
hitherib been done in Bermuda.
Mu&k time and study is given to the Chemi-
cal effeds, pose, and lighting of our portraits,
consequently producing find artistic effects.-
Ships, buildings, Yachts, Outdoor Groups,
&e., &c.
SO-Z1DF, A 0501.OZ "LZT7',
Photographs,'Cartes do Visite, Cabinet and
larger sizes taken at shortest notice ; also en-
larged to:. lif size in INDIA INK, OIL CO-
LORS, CRAYON, and WATER ;.OLORS.
First Artists in New York City employed for
the above enlarged work.
Clubs of -ve or more taken at reduced prices.,
P.S.-Please notice that J. F. DARRELL
holds a FIRST CLASS PRIZE MEDAL for
PhotographsIJndustrial Exhibition of 1s72 and
twenty years practice, together with the ex-
perience of his Son, who has just returned.
from America, snd who has operated in some
of the First Galleriesthere, enables them to pro.
duce FIRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPH-:; we
beg further to state that. our prices are kept at
reasonable rates ; thcre may be work done for
lesQ, but we ask that quality be given the pre-
ference.
61 Front Street, Hanilton, Feby. 7th, 1,82.


Potatoes Potatoes! !

Superior Table

POTATOES.
The undersigned has always on
hand a full supply of TAB LE PO'ATOES,
in quality superior to any in maker, and at
prices to defy competition.
SP'lECIAL itvrES to Army. and Navy
CANTEENS and messesES,
W. '. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Ilamilton. October 3, 1881.


AT IiIE MOiST M4
Cant be obtaine


hidrst FIlRl;t
1) .RAT.I A'I .ES
d from, the


PHE.VIX INSURANCE CO' .1I.4 A '
of London,
')ne of the longa-est Establishled and Wealthie-t
Ollicesin Great Britain.
Through the BiK ANCII() OFFICE in ihe.e
Islsnds,.a Savig 'is effected to thIe Insure.,
of the Stamp Duly, a very t onsidhratile tii.i.
IISKS taken both on ;HEAL aid I'ERSONAL
PItI')ERT'Y lor 3, 6 or 12 mouths.
No FEES and no CIA RGE' for Policies.
N. A, .'UTITElIFFIFLI)

tHimilton, qeptember9ih, 1856.


GUION LINE

United States Mail Steamers.

FOP L'i'ffUtP OOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
IVkAVI TU SA.


ligt A. SKA
po1t N[AVAII-A
hojels A RMIi N
ABYSSIN
Ii-WISC ON'
i4nd ALA'5K.A
f jp m %VYSIAIIN

rpfol, Thfe 5bui
ok)the Trade,
ercarryexpei
Res, urpa$'ted
6.j State Roon
A .alR6on "th
meer. :Otjeall 'trail


i as


P.4eft Stpamq
't he" V-
Bmorwuda, 'l
York on,1Mc
lie transrerm




NeW Ygrki


At CIRC
Hendriel


Tue day, M.irch 2!, at


6G30 a.m,


o at 1'00 p.m.
k April 4, at S-00 p.m.
IA II, at 11-30a.ni
AIN 8" 8, at 500pm.
23, at 11-30 u.,.m
G Mlay 2, at 4-00 p.m.
A 9, at 100UU a.i'.
ve Steameors are built expressly for
have five watertight bulkheads, and
rienced Olficers, Surgeons and Stew.-
['he 'Malgonu Accoiimnuiiations are utp-
by at)y \.lantic.'Sti-eamers, atid tle
Iis ar'e on imaini eeclk opening inoi u the
uGi aszhiing that great comfort hi
el, perfect ventilation and light.
g Room tlath toom aiid Piano on

S. ,Mail Steatier ." Orinnodo"o from
I'hursdys, 'generally arrives at New
undayd, and t.Pa!enger' baggage can
*ed direct to the Liverpool Steamer
t day, .- .- ,
WILLIAMS & GUION,
S '- Aget,.s,
29 Broadwuy, New York.
Mareh,9, ri ,2.. .

-Eor Sale,
yal Gazette" Stationery Store, .
' dlftin Patent Soaps.


6Q) B U COFFEE.
Everybody wants it, but very few get it, .
because most p-..,i .l'? do not know how to
select coffee, or ;i ii spoiled in the ioatt-
in' or making. To obviate these difficult.
ties has been our Itudy. Thurber's pack-
age coffees are :lc ted by an expert who
understand the art of blending various
flavors. Thiy are roasted in the m:st
perfect manner (it is impossible to roast
well in small quantities), then put in
pound packages (,i i/ite bran, ,hoA grounl,.)
bearing ounr signature as a guarantee of
genuineness, and each packagecoutainsthe
Thurberrecipe for making good Coffee. We
pack two hinds, Thurber's No. 34," strong
and pungent ; Thurber's No. 41," mild
and rich. One or the other will suit every
taste. They have the three great points,
yoodil quality. i, oneat ,qiy t.li, r. asi.n.l,'//e
prie. A-Ik your Grocer for Thrli:e's
rooted (.fffete ;in ,pon,, pakagis, .'o. 3'4"
or" NXo. 41." Do not be put off with any
other kind-your own palate will tell you
what is best.
Where persons desire it, we also furnish
the '" 1P.bd" Coffee-pot, the simplest, bost
and cheapest eoffee-pot in existence.
Giocers who sell our Coffee keen thm.


. ns Eletric els.

Dr. B-'yan s Elec'ric Bells.


SE L F-,C. URA T Iv-iE S,
ADAPTED TO ALL PARTS. OF THE. BODY,
-FOR THE CU.P. .O1-
Chronico Nervous Diseases, Nervous .D biuiy, Phy.
Esi al Prostration, .Brain Troables, Jeriysis,
Spinal Complaints, Lung Disorder@, Iumpitncy,
Liver Comiplaitle, Dyspepsia, ..Rhesma i.m
Headaches, Female Complaints, PrematUre De.
Sa' : ec


I F ; uk .y


Ask for descriptive circular. '
Respectfully, &c., NO 1EDICIN-E IS- EOESS!At .
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO., .HIS wonderful discovery.in the applicaeo of
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and ('offee I Electricity enables the sufferer. to 'giveiea-
Roasters, New York. tifc attention to lih.6i.a case in accordance with
P.S.--s the largest dealers in food pro- Nature's. laws. he belt ido h a
ducts in the world, we consider it our in- N lw- e bel ac aid'ofth eat
terest to manufacture only pure and and moisture of the body and.evolve continuous
wholesome goods and pack them in a tidy currents that infuse-the system with the vitalizing
and satisfactory manner. All goods element until the disease is overcome, and a re-
bearing our name are guaranteed to be cuperative process established. '
of superior quality, pure aid wholesomie, T, Electr- .
and dealers are authorised to refund the e E leDtro-Magnetic rreng ^.stotea Dr.
purchase price in any case where custom- Bryan's appliancepstrengthens the.,eroaus. system,
ers have cause for dissatisfaction. It is give force to the brain and digestive function, re.
therefore to. th- interest of both dealers store lost or impaired power of bo yor'mind,
and consumers to use Thaubers' br,'ands. whether arising from acts of imprudence, sickness-
1or old age.
Situation011 anted, illustrated Pamphlets.giving allparticulars, sent
BY ./ STI DY WHIT'3 J N3 ou application. Orders received througli aiy re.
Who unr d th re of Horss a sponsible Commission housp and in ordering send
Who underslands itho (are of Horse- and is [ + '
willing to make himself generally useful. measure round the waist and state the nature of the
Please apply at oyal Gazette" Office. complaint, and a suilable appliance will, be sean to
Plese pplt oyl Gzette" Offie order. Address:
Hamilton. April I I, 18-2. ELECTRI iAN E CO.,
ELECTRIC PPIANCE CO..
S147 E. I fTH S'r, NEW Yo'l U.4-'. %


s. & E'ATKIN ON'B Per S.S. -COURLA.D,"
PERFUMERY, At -t.1 o Gtt ,._s
a further supply of JLAWYERS, AC-
celebrated for nearly aatutnry ast, is of the COUNT, blue RULED anud PLA4T ,{ whlte and
very best English manfactur. "ot its bliue FO-Ot SAP, LE'TTE and N'OTiAPper,
purity and great exeUllenoe it has obtained lue OOL AP, LETTE and NOTEPaper,
Ni ne Prize MedaIs,incluinng London, I ruled and plain, white and blue, &o., &c.
Vienna, Phldelphl- .
Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878, I
Two Silver Medali and "First A SK your Grouser for i. k. WH Yl.vM'$
Order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881. A I'.
f ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF., ,032OS P.RT '
WHITE ROSE, FRAN0IPAlNE, ILANGYLANIAL, HCf .P'.., it MIT
STEPHANOTIS, OPOPANAX, JOCKEY CLUB, E.SS. 0.RLk.+ A 0.v. D t ,SEi
OlUQUET, TREVOL, MAGNOLIA, MSMIN, WOOD CAIrLED
VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
an.d all other odors, of the estquatyonly. ,
L- ATZ IOII' H g"' -
GOLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE is conf'idently recoiimminded to the i public as
isistronglyrecommended,beingmorelaasl an tunfailing remedy for wounds of every cles-
and ragran thanthe t erman ldi. cripti:on a certain remedy for ilceraterd le2-
-- ATE1eXrsU O .-- 'H buiu, scal'ls, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. e oruptioun, aml pidiples. on .t-e 'qce, seie and
lebrated'for so manyyears,oontlnaes tob inflanmed .-yes, sore head ;, sore breasts, piles.
made as heretofore It I stronglyPerfumed, It also entirely renvves.the fonl e.1ue ariing
and will be found very durable in use. E trawI pt pr.
AT-YIUIT A WWTF 1E 18Se TILETL VIMIILA
.3. Em..,. .3E~tfrom flht* *Stfl.


a* new and indispepeable Tqllet scompanip
maient, and most refreshing Perume for the
Handkerchief,
ATKIIISaNS WHIT ROSE TOOTH PASTiE
and other Speeiallithand general atile of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
I tbrovghout the World, and of the, mian.
aecturers,
S J. & E. ATKINSON,
84, Old ond Street, London, W.
M Pri6. Srso ep on.
counlerket obMetrn"Sta d uet a l ffIs
labelled wL1 the a rm's Tr Mad rk,a White
SKUW,*on. i golden Lyre."
*^^k E~STABUSHER 1799. il


RIMIMEL'S C(',F1:E PERttFU-
SMEILY
RIM 1EL'S TOILET.jVlN.EGAqi, a pleasant
I tonic andr.Irerhinug adjunct to the Toilet and
13ath, a reviving ceni' and ap'ower'lul disificbtai.t.
For warm climates it i's invaluable. '
RRI lMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER..
WATER.i 1 .
RlUWfMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU D.E
COL(OiNE.
'1 -'IM EL'S' MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
. WATIn. .
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other- fra.
arant Perfumes.-..
RIM..lEL'S LIME JUICE ann4 GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful Oloss 'and inipaiti an
agreeable coolness to the lead. ..
RItIMUL'S PURE W\VillTE GLYCEHINIE
,- SQA.' TLLIA-. fiRQWNVWlNWA Ow Q HQN EY,
ALMOND, LETI'"U.E, COAL-TA11, aidtheil
r Toilet Soah.iLa'rbars or cakes.
1' -JUMIuLL's V.EL.NTINE, J. .ET. RIC',
Sf;OSE-LEAF auifolther OILET PO\VDERd. in.
hoxes, barrels-tnd pa'kets..., .
a '- tI.MEL'8 kUlUADFN'PITNE, cleaias whiten
adi pi-rrsatE-.jlhe fte.e ,h; re(re.see:tihe moutii, kad
sWeetens the breab. .
ittl MI EL'S A ,'ROMATICt'OZOINl~ER, OD ila-
ual A4r.-parifieriafaiagrauL Poidet-ihb.diffusea
the ealihvy and refreshing einqnatio-Ia orl.tjli Pili;s
anmd Eucalyptuisforpest.. r ,r
S E. RIM ~IF.4 PdrifunTV'byappointrnent to M. R
II. Princess'orIWV leiw 9i Sirand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris. ;
- May29, 1877. .-


Sold in puts3, 1'311., 2s. 9d., 4s, 6d., ius.,
and. 22s. -aeh ; and hiss


Proved by m6re than., iity years' eXpcie~iiew
to? be one cif tim, best medi.pe~s fo~r V if ht
th6bo6Pn trpe.ra-
tious. They torm a i4LId~,: and superior family
uper~euit, ,W~hich nmay .taken.. atal4 tinies
ith~i .conflnel'u. o L f'ge f If4.~
:-old In Boxe, at I3h4d..W 2s 941.. 4,3.' jig
and 22%s." qh. .
Preplired Only by EAli& 4RL T1
Bridport, Do isetp, "I-- u n-l, Asold bya&U


SIO 3leND T.e ~1E





'IN STOGK.
At Rya.att"tainiytoe


TugBzaxuonA ~ ~iei
every Tize d IO BEV' R%.


t B t I rk,,jesty, ,. ... .. .
Oricketpni^ Ba a Ia Ass^

BALLS and STUI MP U, wep
Selling -at REDUCED RATE3 Wfhere Blaks, Hatigs- wa. ll..be
at the R loyal Gazette." Stationery Storel. pri-e 1s yie io J< .Ae nia
(Some BA. 7' haqlf price ) S ..t. Ge or f.e Bomessr..

Hamilton1 March-n 8,a. tree -t'


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