Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00172
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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.1'lC+e ,rltc'>U nst''".l |,,l t ,n:" ,* .'" '; *''.' ,1 'i i
qA ai l~m VldeI vewed; ; .- Patliament with $30,00 0O0 'and ,',60 ,000,000 arbs
1- .7, -.i,,, .- ... .,- of'landu & In' 1874- it was determined to proceed
i. sCwm fle*, GasO ofilh.M insaf.) ...-. with itas a public work, and the policy of the Mea-
He'W~JtrA otheiEftib,h ffoit'Ie EIle]toraI Col. Kenzie Cabinet was to 'se the waterways ahd obn.
ilNt, t bti- Pesident'- aind ViYke.41dent! of strict railway'portages. All tities in the Cana-
Sil t ~tstWfe ti ttellU lgsa rteit hdh, ih0etum of of the Pacifi oRailway'. The tin 'donsideration i
aigteai:teld ids Alw,te% Hepu.~beaa no really on'e. of ways and neane, and the fear i' that'
teiU .The-1ult5were hlaplilyi-decisive at the a, future; however bright in promises, may present.
-A"gM .Ilal " y boy tof *66ntentio -and, lyy too fully and rapidly discounted. The open-
t ,th^4ltiWt of aistret t io alC.' 'ing w up of the North West must eventually render
ISibmo f aved Ati& a faii f dreigmtuand thawraiwayi extending to Montteal and -Halifax
1am0 tinued t& keep th~ .aoiet o' ex6hrgb fau more, valuable. The Iatercolonial Railway cannot'
vora=t to tW' ge ainrix-df ape. P08sibly provora suiOes or add to the. importance
iie-1a atdiitdiwhdhtean d imtS con. of Halifax as a great ,seai, port until it has becomte
edition oftie'ia t been gW rteK hri when-arge steamers may readily*
ian b H B*iatate thisf year, tsl dichw,4goa4,load; without, asngpw, haviMg"to seelk
,An*dna pe 5$00 "miles red for! a.~eond port .! Ilifax, byk thotengh North-
mlaa-; in 1873 3,07fiiea wes opeiedli Thb West CO section with the- States of, lhe. American
I'tOttaw. in De. Uniop,as.wlUasewiththe North WestTerritory by
Si tdlditewA taiif ESll ee intd by the rai ,,lpust hepome conlercially as .it is naturally a
wi~klomeu:oirltn-l* tthe Kapletd o atrau great.port. At preseatHalifax is little more.than an
3l3dotbi eadi Il ya d i to pass e4xproesP port of call, apd even.that of a second order
,requieitel qgligid t- carry out' ,the memo. till the fastest Atlanticsteamships are attracted to its
Mag~~MeoMt entkpl bby thd Govetrnneat and the waters. In the .mattaeof the Newfoundland Fish,
tndibath. 7Lc,.olelairevibnureviews considered ery dispute atFortun Bay, the Foreign Office has
lieW ah orkwhbich id essential to tthe intimated to -the United States, that it is willing to
M il tilemetwh and improvement d allow compensation fo- the riotous mob prooedings.
1aj $Teeaitoay which, Ip., to July last This will, according, to the "' Times," enable the
Kgos t *hyi a eit millions of dollars. -.The- Government of Newf4undland to insist on ,the exe-
S kl hald, ty Georm 6'6d0wi I)deoll ca. outioni of th9 fisehry law. without calling in the
^!iZ nDiLyNew YeDan d~1Werous aid ,of mb violence Hqstilities still
3SAl t rAl n ies 4 8&grwl, Mimes, EiW between Chil and Peru. .Lima, the Peru-.
SI e .4^ n^Vapit, mappoa1^sVhe well -defended, and may
nah &o, Paris. T aiAatn. of the agree Chilians The. contest bot-
Ms tfMah,We toadis.diyv4eiitAbhree weet hwa S0aes,hasbeen of the most useless and
t ol I l eMi g...froq te t was.te4 chracer., od 1 eaconsfie4 has employ,
W4W*O^the'F1aSM&n, leqi estqpa ed l9teiuffrow tb cares 'of oic e ing a
Oeto 9pt1fe f Rk. rWppl.nce, e world in' 0 oEn yo the copy,
Nii kowa. 4Daaandler -fti9pr _r efw d h tapmP, i.o00
ah .io1, ... g, .tonql ._tin, hre. eq nti
lined^ M r4eno esa1 e bepn great, an ,is o uw
-itkfaiba4 stpin!, aQ QplVpsi being .-lated into be'var.o.qs qntiTp lanr
a ,Iriqr Seti'op-.r, h -tral gyea. 1e shall rqfrain from a obitwry notice
tionrom kn tot )s year, ecaube tl state of our columns does not
ttr adm8t ofor doi g sice to it. ',ulce it to sayF
p S Ao 4 y, th teaious clings 14 life have had the i
Pe uk thined by d th, as in the case
of eth "teri E rf ,ir V oha 18aw, the o'th iathjndi%
lO l bthe na service at 1, hav g ittaida to full rnpeness,
tbe ed pt f 1 0e.,19M, hbalanp oy WH1at stall be said 1880 a a "WhoaleP Tkn alto-
eioetI n YT an Port.oo other te ear'haqbeither been signIfy eeutffU
"',e ole G t ion' under co$rep. r or been marked b tany indifference. But assuti
t of,o n1naege to be paf redly in thiesti i o the future '1880,wil have
atan to t t fh attached to it no pndue importance, looking over
0. b and 2-5,o00,000 t its current topics 1880 will exhibit no retrograde,
+A' pi' wl* y,.i t'e Easterz d0o far from that it will Ahow a few Lteps higher
,a&St 2S u~.t 1rawd al rn thfle 8ainedd in the soU advancement of knbtwlege, and
''~lte ontteoinuo tia i ithe practical bdes of materii' I' mprovement
S4' 'Wesatern sections to. so 0Ap.pai f,"o'd every page of this extraordinary
hpi. M wqijpt of surveys, exteuding Nineteenth C6etury, which has stitrrd upalmost
agod a 0,dd whateverr is allowed the every eleneiit andwhich has confidently goio forth
6antrutn q fu imshA fthe oad. ,'It is to battleotily' to return crowned 'with success and
ppoy.tothe om'pany as .
f JOIOW S :' *;' t < i "'' ., ' i '"- T : [ I :F' F
-n.i j-')i':'+i'.+ i 18 v"'l.*" :!' :.;' .' .;1 "n -ni 4 J

-, ''':- pprov"ed Real Estate Security..

Si 'g- Chancery Lane,.
I0 ,.I . .'i. -'* 17th January, 1l Hamilton.
"4Woj) .... W ante4 to Purchase,
bomf ? J *+ ,i'- : ,: + A pl
S_ Lonien made-in a case.
tc.j O+ .. o FF 7< '..;-S.I'- :+ '"A 'good tilnekeeper preferred.
Y p| r '..*vat th officee ofthe Ioyal Gazette.
.+-e'Iefl" v .1- ,1 January 16, 18S1. ..
?o1F +1-i 'o.- .+,+4+,' ^t.', *.F O .. 4: F; !., >,.+, ., -k _
...)0 ,-;,; -, .i'lJ! ,.g y -W it i> | *'. ;I ,' m,. I A ,. ....
S .. -., Professotr- 'f,'M.usic -and. I Singing,
hUejk ic'Raihway, a firs opstrcoted, lM LnddOn,
be e,'tkndard at'construction Compay to 'rivateesson.t her Home or Pupils' lcei-
.00,00wilt the Govbrqmient, as security, dences'
e'lc 'be'bthe rate. kf ifiterest iq 411a adjuswt- .. -, eTis /odM^dte.
b'. A van'&s to. 75 pet cent on materials pro- rrs Morate.
i a, '&&4. att ettlemeu to be made with the Special a;ratigementsto schools and Famili.s.
leu6ttf fm er t -t mile sections. Materi- ,. SpirAese and eveningn g Parties attended ua
tKo ad~tdittd free ofduty, (he road to be free -jianiiste. ,-
t so i 6der 'd- ota. a9 tbe granted in alternate ,n. '- '
Ba it a r20 y u oTeON, &, address or apply to lRS.
ttidi'f 6-10 acre* extending back 24 miles deep 'Ut N, .rth hore. .*
-bi raeh ame bt the aillway from' Wibuepeg to 8 a_ L4)cembe '7t, 0.t. '
-Hodse i. -the fertile belt lying bet ween'the 40th ; ..
-o idthtdi rde r of'north latititde, the Indian title '- J nt I '
,W gestibi The Company may alter 'e "' eUM.
-1h iioad;WP ided' tfle'termin'l polt-s are e-
e' '.'- m tbelF b& pb ered tissue "0N' 6oribit t1he 3rd Noveihber last TWO
.lldt tt B th lo,000 te 0 o't4 overnme';cnt T"I'.NT" wivere li inv6d from the ,SI. LLr
stnhftifi* #,000,00 A a a'drawback aecuriry', a'd BA XiItCc 'Co' LoUaR. i\y PerIfun or Persoos
.a WLi ..1 ,ftho may.. g1 ucl iuformiMon as w I le.Ad to e
d fs'tokenf tLe aborfihe nf, J to n1bte4eeovry of rhnaue~i y .lieil as nitl lIe) t-
it d Ad ii b nttfat iltP ta8 ii an f bond pIi t it' tn d.. 4 p. i 'F
i cgoitystteamdirig antrB iians. 'i+he .D NIEJ L Gi LAJV E.
e omoaveo4abiowedto a'ostiuc'r4 brann 'h"lts, i., U,. 'i..' 3 ,d, .i.s '
t6i1Wmet fl ni l11n it iest'Of td l'itiandry
aW I b owato be49s trb"ted wothi' twenty. PO R "t,
,'s ,ie.ngthy debate! as' ini prog -e, ht.'6ur' "a < '' *
,iiLte dltaitdiei bIyflir:eang fdauritg The' coxdi- T 4C (' flT T E
lJw^&f ddlarditoalvgreenidit, buoi t-?zb G|,r n fE U yJ i BMU
'Jueth apessess drealitlent majority intIarliaknent On Cedar Avenue (North), lately occupied by
Stboanr it'ithroutgrh' The'argumett against'iterns, -. , F iloucher Fsr .
icinitaeind cit'eating a htig&~ionop'dly 'which -' : ."- ', qr ;
iaatalnithei fittture"prove a aorocet-of annoyance, lor' errs, &c pleasiie appiy to -
-'ad&duliatras 4dlfto fe*'eurabl.;' Tliat the stand- : ,: r.. -T ; 'JAS. L. SMITH.
ard of construction, the UnioM'aifltb wheri'tin-, 'e e A--nri'ie 7I,, 17 lt&l .' -
pleted in 1869, is inferior because that roadhad. +'.j, ,l"' -' 'i F
to be subgq lmntlytegthematatmproved at a .., ,. .
ik .io.tre,.d +th'ae ehOdsrnlltoa y.gflt4a ,terior .4,.- t1:iOr .rit, .
i.,iBanistake iin, locationn and expense.' Tihat' the ....r.......... .
Sault 8t..Marie~ Whre',the. American lines ~wold4 -- 1 A UoN'VIN l ;N i T '
connect, .wuhdF ie 'sa advantage to Canada, the usue t a P
;anlqt*WFeastrfaatates willingly seeking anObutlet, -i .f .
p-la batoroautotao the ocean, iesthe. proper lin6,dook--

ing to the prosperity of Canadian shipping :nd the Jn the Town of II amilton.
profit-mtfethe,.anadian: lnes of railvwmy eat of Lake ., .... ... .....
p.rloe Oh. nafl estw lesoo raianges rem.D toLa Possession given on the Ist day of Feby., 1881.
. ,8g mmliios- dollars; IG millionsof sores of la~d, Forfurther information apply to .
S lNaWoh is arable,,lie between Lake Su- I4. ATv W
prior andthe Rocky Mountains. In 187t 2iampri- .-, I -, ..t a y:., I :
vate Company was subsidized by the Canadian Hamilton, lllhJanuar, 1881


F f .

'1,11114V Udde~sgnd reepoeWtSlly. directs I:ha-
RBE RIM Mm) Ai to'th o- i tt In*'for so me trs poast

11 .K. .&T1. 3 hibr&0
Exptwrieim, Iinparternt and: laipfuriimurerso1 F~od',

Wcstlrodwa, Ra4Q.~~, iludon trve Is,
-'~ ~ N .-tf~Fork,.1ty

pracFlenty rAlay j i hdi ',t' ok M~tlsaid
fhat rll tit at sto' Fo)od Isd vtis''Ind' ~ao-
-Apy ortlers: thpt may FbeF ntimited t l: I)Wi
be faithfully-Ind promilptly'..&lod with, tlic ssuri-
anee that- they -wll:,recelvs, oll the, aivian~ages
whi~ch.the spe~iial -fat flit ies: f thd e Mes, T hur.!-
beit entgbie them -to :glv4. -A trial order, no
matter hoW sa'a~lmainy r~tiuthtin &iutmal b~tefiL

l 1.:4 '. P. OIR Al" 11 CO.,
N ew To" rkCilty. I

St. ~~eo;rge'Ikte


4d Aii :1u '-Ielitleqaen v.iting St. (Georg6%,
trill'Giid'eipperjqr *i~c4o 1011AOI t Ii~Ihe.'

Pec'ra'br 0-. 188. i,--

*~~~- 7-'D, V~.~I '4 F

1881. Colonial Secretar's Ofice,
The Bermuda Book and Sheet, ; -.A, .
A.- R O wr g,. AQTS have been paaed b.
ALX' N ,KS. ..] '- the Legislature of Bermuda duriifi the
.Present Session :-
,- 880.-~.8ession 1. -
lE' BermiSda 'Book ati d Shet ALMN- 20AnActconthe use of the
TO.M ;R()W W;ed-dea-y), and lGe ob- G reat Sealr' of tAhee ,. T ot1P
tailed at Mlessrs. IEORGEa BoY m, -- s" 8 -, St. .'.- -- . I-' -;:q
.. .';, ..... f rI t. A c- a en A .(Int foroe tdetniteoly.)
er, ,oyal 'N4v Yard; 'f the several Carriers, -An Act to regulate the Tritfs ofthe Wes-
of the "'I oya, QGazett,?' and at' the, ". Hoyal. leyan Methodist Chich'inithbse.ilMAa.
GaeWt" stationery a or. ,(1I ftc&I indefinitely.)
I amilton, 1). 88 ; 2-The (ensus At,'180,
; :' : . (In orcein pitely.)..
'3-AiAbtfotioithfufthoe protectiOn and pre-
(3.: 1', ( "(I)7 1" t._"-' I : servation of Snall Birds.
0it& fbed indfinitely.)
%V41OL PALE &L : .*
S.' 4 -.....< .(n' ,-s* 4--An'Ac egUatig'Qufarantine.
Si(Tuof6rceto31st December, 1.89).

Tea~,Cot~.~s 4 !'AAgahn

Colonial Secretary. -

English and American Goods '
No, 9 West. Front Street, lamilton.. "
October 26th, 18O.--6m '.,.
SP F C I A L NI0Ti':"
4reati:pfogross4 has been nade withl a few Dirct Mothy, tm omm
.years inr manufacturing food product*, adthte .. '
-,stnadntl.dd quabty. ha been taised to a pott C(tO. be 'We i ,,.
beyond thatwhichformerly obtained. We etti..
that t is has,- to-a c nsiderable'exteht, been de'
-tda.or efforts; as-the Largest Mar.ufacturers and- .. .,. .,
-Dealers in the world in this liie, we ionsidcrt'it -
outr interest to manufactureonlyUR uandw toL- frTEA lERS leave lndon the las Ther ay
sons good, and padk-theln i n a tidy and attrac-' in each month. .4-
tire manner,. All goods' bearing our name are ''. | f.;A, ff& K fU saO. m.t 4ion-Mr-.
guaranteed to be of tiperiir quality, ndndeilers chants, LodOne:ee4tcinderns ft, qey' de-
'are, authorized torelnd the pat chaseprice 1," .' --
',any tase where customer s'hatvecadte'for dissa'- eription of Goods fohbfipgW t by these Steam-
(isiftaotion.' It is, thirefiodto-the'ihteiestoboth'' re.; ; '
dealers; and customers 'to 'ase THIURBER'S 1 3 Highest Market [iate'seq4ret1f49;96hg#44J-
niTa N .... m .' .--"mnts e f Bps.rmnndal'rodne.-

O~l~e ut 9.kldceIbi b~ret, aai t M -~Povtr4,: np(4cttrmrsIsou4'Dealars in Food
F aidoitiitg' r1~I~'Of~-~e - Produetg.' F --
W1. VstS. ergsProfeasional~y ~ -
F 'F 9 TFSD NYS-AND -FRlRAY.4. ;1c ,. ~ d'- I
(Jfico:IZ'Mr'Cih~oS~dtlina*', Mai1 et -4 4

the Subscrbe'rs are nowuprepated.
"Royal U. t a

FJ IIIE valu a,~e P atl, $1nd M AAifurinDaliy (A)day 8 cetd
c~itati ~ ei, t4lupdla Podt 'rmte~ttr ejh u'r'ib'y' Sr~eeit6tony ir-
~ 'I~~c'~t try has~eMn'1-11td. i son who may desire asup t .
~ eoveaat'ne oF4h~~pq t1 T G~om ra 1 (0 Y4$Uand'Vjcinita it'
tile Public, and will be sold at the p4f,. wc1iflll,'e~dlivpred 'y, Aat dey -4r~r4ot4),Ab.oUL14'
(OV~1~4 o n~~c ~ey~orkape 'o.t~yi~O'lo)k Atilf toneonwniogonthApril..
hi nso vvi~-a'opy Fidyapplimta 4OU14 I- 1The, prisieis-, ne penny'per'p~otvnd;foe,- 12:11s~
be anade, as' onty'a imik-Ad nu'rnhet6of, sheets Iand tupwards.;..--
tiawve-li -ritd 'A-penn'y balf-pennti$ nter I'2111bit,' '
D tso~iavt~ad e ruobf'~ew, York --Brid ~~ca c
Mil Sficiaror~s fromin'1r'W'uda,' nilNe~wY*ki -j----- 4
'-Do. Cunard $teimer. betw~eeo MUMhfa, Bormu-L t anailtot,-Marcf24th, 1879.
4iandtt Jarmaica, otlats eglto- C

r 0Irsic ["tVok, S~roe t, sa I& %JU," r k4Z' '!~YE N

6TS OEOROVS,,''1ER1I-- ~ Urrv, BUI.,O,&.
I~.a. U~rE~~Pi~~a1~To a EvOry-description. of-CiOLOR wade -r'eady ..for
:tEvery atteirtioi'given t o'the f"tecom~itsdatioii and E, .Y.VA N5takes js~qpportu r4,y',t4 hnt
-cozsToat; Of Bo'der. p-" i'~Paicintgqpu1'alfor -their liberal pwtonage
'Noven1emh'oa 9th,1',80. 71 ad il edavour. (a's in the -past .50 in. the

Berm 'uda HoTelI

m ac~~ni Oda tioii a 1011 i i givon to
tlje Q(Wlifot.qf Pu dErdaqN qf lTransaiimf GueiJ.
lmirclieary-orovid~dd uf the ishorte~st- nbltee.--

A.Pleasantly' ,ae an onroIOUs

Dwellmng ouse
Ji.414qot. P~arish,.f Ictely, in pee t~piaA-y, $> Pl.

10th J;Iumacy, 18O31 -.3
T0 Let, '--'

LqijecLj :street, iLlanton, with STAlBLE~S,
OUTbIL DIN-G. '&c.
Apply to

WM.S. HUN''n,

1 l Quoe6n Street, Hnihoin, .. '
S' Petru.y3rd f880. '

, A ,LL who.o, wish, to have their
'.....Kitichen Ulensits, I "ath Tub ,, .WinVoow,
Brass Work, and Wood Work cletau ad
l. .. .... : .. .. . B n "
Should use the Scoursug, Clea,-
'. "' inl andPolis Tig ,

Ask for rnde of thet Ktehen' scap
i .K. &F. B. TFlURBER &CO;, I
Prop i r

At the Royal Gazette Stationerv\

Sheh-I SATOIIEL4 Tourists CUPS;
-ei "Wipers Pn'k i~ves .' ` 6 elbt 1 "
Setta Knife, Fbrk 'nid Spo .
Kytey'ltinga aid Cork 83crewA (Glove tluwk
Guard Cases Letter jaseis,' Blotters
iMtch Boxos UBrackets", ,,, Paff, 8oxes64 ,
ink Phials, &c. in variety China Vasos
.Cegar.Gases Portmonties .
Bone Tape Measures : Candle Rings
&c., &c., '

August 318t, 18130,

F1JUR freVitA7assageL nA'4d 1hrOA1115uIfl

:,Apply t A hI S&Op
Aen fgr S apaiem, -1 NOADN%

..AIS~ yor ir ier r ,.E- VIM ,%~lr
I+ A

A4ijqdq.cut-wtlkr4'anid a 'balf scieAs oal ia,4hi
ated on te South side Of' Warw'ick Pa'rjsk. ~

Smith's Parish, Nov. 5 l8.

UiJ~ited Slaleg J'Mail'S'teamerg.
. FOR- L-4,PElPOO.Ul,


N R ADA al Is Tuesdty,.lAniy. 4,' at8 9n.
All ~~ VSl4I ailft Tue~day'Jan. 11, at2.3E pW..
'WYV)M:INM ai's 'Fueoday Jamly. 18. at 7acme
AlitZONA'saits rboidwj Jotny.-25" h I~s
TV ~~a bove teu$imers~a ae built epr'edI''o
UeTrado,_ have" five: ter'tightl6uf6rdiead, iid
du~y experienced Oflrle~r, Surgeonsand Mlew-
:Ar4isse, I'ha.Salodn Acco 'modeation'sare 'u'
quirpased by ajiy Alan tic Steamers, mid-w~e
state Rpoins are eip itaha e *ck 0 n010inLe i
Saloon, tu.~crn ht ia ofr~
oceau travel, per~fect-venUilation and lig ht.
offit~ks R1*on; lth Room, 1an&d-Piand 0o

The U. S.. Mail Steamier 'Bertnuda'?01' ANA-
a~i u~,Thir~ay~gweai~ ark a N~*York
travrstehre4 direc''t to-the 'Livrpool Stebamer sAM-
-ifg nolx tday'." I ." I f.I

S,, 9 Broadway, New York.
i'Nbw'Ytork, Dee. 16,: 1880. ,

S. . .

Ilioere, Catriage' Van

,IllRE UtderWigned having we*ued 'BushlesB
*tuA atihis old Stand, Coxrner of'Chifhtand
Juniction Stree6,F' near iainiltid hlltel,' takes
this miethbd otf thanking his friends and the pub-
ic generally for past favors, and htAnbl soli-
cits a continuance of same.
January 6, 187N,; .

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(Gibbs' hill flight Station at Bermuda, between the
16th and 23rd January, 188L: height above the sea
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.

Date. S v |

SGeneral Remarks.
Ja'y. a
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S62 62 9-980 0-00
363 62 29-940 0-07
360 59 30-010 0-12
565 61 29-800 0-00
46- 66 29-790 0-08
469 67 29-750 004
367 66 29-800 0-00

Fine, clear weather
Fine, cloudy
Fine, clear
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Hamilton, January 25, 1881.


Proceedings of the Legislative Council.

Friday, 21st January, 1881.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justi .
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
'" R. E. Webster, Col. Secy.,
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com-
manding R. E.
The following Mewsage from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary:
(No. 85.)
Governor and Commander-in.Chief.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable the Legislative Council that he will pro-
rogue Parliament on Tuesday next, the 25th in-
stunt, at one o'clock, p.m.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
19th January, 1881. J
Ordered, that a Committee be appointed to re-
port as to the expediency of framing Rules and
Regulations for the guidance of the Legislative
Council, and that the Committee report thereon
eawlymext Session. The Committee to consist of
the Hon. the President, the Hon. G. S. Tucker, and
the Hon. R. E. Webster.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 25th instant, at
12, noon.


Jan. 19.-Brigt T. H. A. Pitt, Young, Halifax;
sorted cargo, to T. H. Pitt.


Jan. 21.-B. M. S. Beta, Shaw, Halifax; Englisi
,Mail of 6th Instant, and merchandise.-Agent, J. M
22-Yacht Vega, 'Dayton, New York.
Steamer Royal Minstrel, Taylor. Carthagena; 164(
tons iron ore.-Agent, J. S. DarrelL I
2a.-Steamer Sidonian, Blight, Cadiz; wine, fruit
marble and 86 passengers.-Agent. J. S. Darrell,
24.-Schr. Florence, Townsend, Halifax; 1199 blues
fish.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
Jan. 20.-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Fraser, Nem
York; produce and cotton ex ship Nonquim Dor.
miid. "
21-1. iM. 18. eta, Shaw, Jamaica; mails, &e.
22.--Yacht Vega, Dayton, St. Thomas.
fSeamer Royal Minstrel, Taylor, Philadelphia; in
ward cargo.
Brigt. Marie, Tedford, New York; inward cargo o
24.--Steamer Sidonian, Blight. New York ; inwar
cargo of wine and passengers.
In the Royal Mail Steamer Beta, on Thursday las
from Halifax :-Mrs. J. G. F. Randolphe, Miss E
Ritchie, Asst. Com. Genl. Ashley and Mrs. Ashley
Lieuts. Coward and Picot, 99th Regt. 2nd Cabin-
Chas. Bishop, Sergt. Flanaghan and wife, S. Whee
lock. Captain Hollis, Mr.and Mrs. Truscott and child
M. J. Ead, Samuel Williams.
Iht 1i R: M. Steamer Beta on Friday last, for Ja
maica from Halifax-Messrs. N. Lewis, George Rit
chief\i. L De Wolff. From Bermuda-C. E. Howar4
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough," on Thursda
last for New York :--Messrs. R. S. Gillespie, an
Denis Tucker.-2nd Cabin, James Parnell.-Steerag
Francis Banner.
An 'unknown Barque collided with the Royal Ma
Steamer Beta, at about 2-15 a.m. of the 19th instan
wira n bn passage from Halifax to Bermuda, damagix
hull above water near the fore-chains, breaking po
fore-rigging, fore-yard, top-gallant mast, damaging
boat, o&c. A Naval Survey was held by permission
-Captain Moresby, R.N., the Captain Superintende
lRoyal .Naval Yard, and the Officers holding the Surv'
reported the vessel safe to proceed on her voyage.
The American yacht Vega, Captain S. T. Dayto
arrived at St. George's from New York on the 15M
instant, in a very rough passage of 7 days. T1
Vega came to Bermuda to be docked, and
undergo some alterations. Commodore H. Lea,
Philadelphia, her owner, who was here some s
'years since, was on board, and was accompanied 1
DA. J. V. Ingilin and C. Taliger, Esqr.

The cargo of apples sent to London from Hal
fax by the steamer Solway, sold at highly satisfa
tory prices.
A QUICK RuN.-The fine Brigantine T. H. j
Pitt, Capt. Young, arrived from Halifax on Wei
nesday last, in a splended run of only six days.
Captain Young kindly banded us a file of Hal
fax papers of the 12th instant.

STEAM ENTERPRIS-'.-We understand that a
rangements have been made by several of o
enterprising St. Georgians for the construction
a commodious freight and passenger Steamer
considerable power, to ply between St Georgi
Dockyard, and Hamilton. The steamer is to
completed and ready for Bermuda in May. TI
is a step in the right direction and we wish t
parties every success. It should be heartily e
courage by all our merchants as it will affo
them facilities of which they have long felt t
SWhile walking on the South Shore last Sunds
our attention was struck by the mangled remain
of a gigantic Cuttle-fish, which bad evidently bo
caught and cut to pieces by some one-we con
not find out who. One whip we concluded to
'about six feet long, and about as big round as
man's leg doubtless an account of the capture
. (his omwster would be as interesting as his compal
in the water would be disagreeable,

PROROGATION OF PARLIAhiMET. The other point raised in the address impugning
, -To-day, at 1 o'clock precisely, His Excellency the action of the Legislative Council in rejecting the
i the Govemor will come down to the Council Cham- Bill rendering it obligatory on the Receiver General
ber to Prorogue Parliament. to pay 2000 by quarterly payments of 500 each,
S. requires no argument, it being the undoubted right
4W With regard to the HUNT MEET To-DAY, we of any branch of a Legislature to exercise its dis-
are requested to state that the actual Finish takes creation in passing or rejecting any measure sub-
place in "TucKER'S FruEr," at the back of C lifton, mitted to it.
and that MRs. GonoxN will be happy to see her I trust that the prominent manner in which the
friends at Clifton from 3-30 to 6 p.m. financial system of the Colony has been brought
forward may result in such improvements as may
Send to its settlement on a firm and lasting basis,
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette. and that the debate and correspondence which have
Smi,-As your last issue contains no comment on ensued on the question of payment of the public
the Message of His Excellency the Governor to the debt may conduce to a more wide spread interest
House of Assembly forwarded to them on the 14th in the public finances.
instant, laying before them a copy of his Despatch I must apologize for trespassing on your valu-
to the Secretary of State for the Colonies dated 26th able space to so great an extent, but my excuse
October, 1880, I venture to offer a few remarks on must be the great public interest which is felt in
the subject, in the hope that they may prove inter- the subject on which I have ventured to address
testing to those of your readers who have not had you.
an opportunity of seeing the document itself. Your obedient servant,
Before proceeding to comment on the Despatch I CIVIS.
will briefly enumerate the events which preceded it 22nd January, 1881.
which bear on the question.
In 1876 an Act was passed providing for the THE ATLANTICS.
transfer of the Savings Bank deposits from the
Public Treasury to the Trustees of the Savings A dramatic treat" was advertised and took place
Bank, and the Receiver General was authorised to at Somerset, on Thursday and Friday the 20th and
raise the necessary funds by issuing Treasury De- 21st instant, at the Masonic Hall.
bentures to the value of 2,000 in 1876, and to a i Among those present we noticed Capt. Moresby,
value not exceeding 1,000 in any subsequent year. R. N., Dr. Bremner, and most of the principal
The fifth section of this Act provides that" when- 'Officers of Her Majesty's Dock Yard.
ever there is sufficient money in the Public Trea- I After conning carefully the copious programme
sury to enable the Receiver General to pay off any circulated by the enterprising company, at Somer-
Treasury Debentures which are redeemable the set, styling themselves THE ATLATIocs- a pro-
Receiver General shall report the same to the Governor, gramme rich in Drama, Classics, and Music,-we
and shall with the sanction of His Excellency the resolved on committing our person to the bosom of
Governor and Her Majesty's Council advertise in that dreaded ocean, and crossing over that portion
the Royal Gazette newspaper that such Debentures of it which separates our residence from Somerset,
are to be presented for payment," &c. nothing doubting but that, in one form or another,
In each of the financial years 1877-78, 1878-79, we should be fully compensated by amusement.
1879-80 and 1880-81, the House of Assembly placed To say that we were gratified beyond our ex-
a sum of 2,000 on the estimates to be applied in pectations, but faintly expresses the real pleasure
reduction of the public debt, but no Debentures we derived. This first effort to entertain the public
having been called in by the Receiver General a does honor to all who took part in it-yes, to the
Bill was passed last year by the House of Assem. performers and to the spectators. The former,
bly the effect of which would have been to oblige while aiming at a style which some might have
the Receiver General to pay off 2,000 of the debt imagined so far above that of their daily life, as to
during the financial year 1880-81. This Bill was, I afford hope of nothing but an absolute burlesque,
on the 10th August, thrown out by the Legislative exceeded so far the expectations of such preju-
Council on the ground that the Act of 1876 makes I diced critics as to oblige them to admit, that even
sufficient provision for the reduction of the debt the Classical Selection, "Brutus and Cassius," and
when there are funds available for the purpose. the still more classical recitation of Mr. W. Place,
On the 16th August, on the motion of Mr. Coop. were really very creditably recited, and in which
er, a Message was sent to the Acting Governor on each Actor evidently seized the spirit of the Piece
the subject of the reduction of the debt, which will with admirable discrimination. If these pieces did
be found at length in the Supplement to the Royal not receive that acclaim from the House that Mr.
Gazette of 17th August. This Message, after quot- Symons, as Captain Cuff" produced, we hasten to
ing the Act of 1876, No. 28, and detailing the ac- remark that this did not arise from any defect in
tion of the House of Assembly on the matter in ques- those who recited, but- simply from the fact that
tion, concluded with a request that the Acting Gov- the bulk of the audience have not yet attained
ti ernor would represent the matter to the Secretary to that appreciation of, and taste for classical litera-
of State for the Colonies with the view of obtaining ture evidently manifested by these three actors,
his instructions under the circumstances. viz :-Mr. Gibbs-Symons, Mr. E. Tucker, and
On the 27th December His Excellency the Gov- Mr. W. Place.
ernor forwarded a Message to the House of As- But we have allowed our thoughts to carry our
sembly containing the instructions of the Secretary pen literally in me'das rerum. We ought perhaps te
of State for the Colonies with respect to the Ad- have commenced at the Prologue, a racy little pro.
t dress of the House of Assembly, which Message duction of some one of the "Atlantics,"we presume,
appears in the abstract of the proceedings printed whose talents for rhyming are likely to be put into
in the Royal Gazette of 28th December. requisition, let us hope, often in the future.
On the 10th January the House of Assembly, on The Chorus was really a complete success, the
the motion of Mr. Cooper, sent a Message to the rendering of the music of those "SWEET CHARM.
Governor requesting that His Excellency would be ING BwIza," by the principal singer, in trills
\ pleased to furnish the House with a copy of His and cadences was admirably executed. Of course
Excellency's Despatch to the Secreta r of State for we are not speaking in reference to Professionals,
the Colonies referred to in His Lordship's Despatch nor to those gifted ladies who spend 8 or 10 hours
of the 7th December, 1880, extracts from which a day at the piano, because they have nothing else to do.
h were communicated to the House in the Governor's But we say that, considering all the disadvantages
. Message of 27th December, and on the 14th Janu- under which Miss F. Wingood has studied music
ary His Excellency forwarded to the House of As- we repeat it, her rendering was admirable, and the
sembly a copy of is Despatch dated 26th October, whole body of choristers contributed in excellent
0 1880. taste and harmon to support this promising Song.
This Despatch is an able and interesting docu- stress. To'his credit be it said, we hear that Mr
* meant, setting out in a masterly manner the public Saml. Trott son of an artificer in the Dock Yard
financial system of Bermuda, and containing much was Miss Wingood's tutor, and we certainly had
. valuable information relative to the finances of the evidence of his talent in the gentle, easy manner
Colony. and taste with which he accompanied all the singers
The Governor informs the Secretary of State that on the American organ.
W on the return of His 'Excellency from his leave of If this article is stretching far beyond our original
absence he requested the Receiver General "to intention, it is because we are fairly carried away
furnish him with a report setting forth the rea- by the appreciation of this first appearance of the
sons why he had felt himself unable during the Atlantics," who certainly deserve every praise and
. financial years 1877-8, 1878.9 and 1879-80 to pro- every encouragement.
pose any reduction of the Colonial Debt and why' But we must hasten to close, for, were we to
Df during the present year (1880) he had felt himself devote as much space to the rest of the pieces in
compelled to limit his recommendation for the re- proportion to their length and merits, we should
d duction of the debt to a sum of 1000 instead of have no room for advertisements this week, and tha
recommending the larger sum which had been set would not pay.
down in the Estimates of the House of Assembly." In the Domestic Drama, "THE RRmmvI i
st The Receiver General accordingly sent in a re- NA ," all took their parts well, as they also did in
9. -.port dated llth October, 1880, with detailed ac- the Farce, WE'E ALL TEETOmTArLs.
y, counts of the finances of the Colony during the' Here Mr. W. Place, M. P., took the part of th
- period referred to in the address of the House of sordid, selfish, godless Merchant, very well, bu
- Assembly. The accounts accompanying this report scarcely exhibited *he sense of dignity implied in
d, were laid by the Governor before the Audit Board the word, proud-b. allowed his impetuous indig
and were by them found correct. nations to usurp the place the calm, haughty
The substance of the Receiver General's Report,' imperious, demeanour which one might expect t
&- so far as it affects the question, is this (1) that "he see inm an Imperial M.P., who was described a
S considers that he should always endeavour to keep Pou and WnAmr. Mr. W. Stone, the Judgi
d.a balance of about 2000 over and above current was certainly the prominent character for excel
Sliabilities in hand in the Treasury to meet unfore-lnce, in the piece; true, that gifted young ma
id seen demands, and that it is only when the balance Gibbs Smons, acted well, blustered at the Cun
e, in the Treasury exceeds 2000 that it would be for the defense, bhrowbeat the Prouvd Merchant an
Prudent for him to propose devoting the surplus to witnesses, whom bythebye he invit graduated into tl
il the reduction of the debt. witness box, in tones excellently graduated (a ]
t (2.) That on the 30th June, 1878, the balance in Talleyrand) according to their station in life-
rg the Treasury over and above its liabilities was only thenk we must dtbe h om dGifted G dbs-fa.
r about 1044. Then there was the poor distressed God-fean
o (3.) That on the 30th June, 1879, the clear bal- yet God-trusting widow, with a daughter as geoo
nt ance over and above liabilities was about 2055. as herself, ad ad a son, the blessing to her in her o]
ey (4.) That on the 30th June, 1880, the clear bal- age all acted well and receid the reward of thel
dance amounted to about 2264, but inasmuch as trust, in the liberation of the son from the wil
only 2000 out of the sum of 2734 due for Trea- toils of the iniquitous Dodson, and by dark, dar
sury liabilities on 30th June, 1880, had been esti- clouds becoming inverted and exposing their "sil
mated by the House of Assembly to become pay. ver lining"-
he aethy efina year o 88se1 to emai When the clouds of darkness and of dread
to able in e financial year 1880-81, the remain 734 Burst with blessings on his head!
of came ailable for other purposes, and, added t Gifted Gibbse" again shines out with admirab
ix bthe 2264, prdued an unappropriated balance o felicity as the Farmer and head of the family wi
by On the above state of facts the Receiver General said "we're ALL Tetotallers." A Farce it certain
d n ot thnki o prudeth t propoer toea 1ly was,. and afforded no small amount of mirti
did not think it would be prudent to propose to The old lady cried just when she should, and pr
18devote any portion of the balances on 30of June' perly; and we trust they will all act on Mr. Tow,
i- 1878, an e313th Aune, 1879,in re Action ofghe debt, bred's advice-give up Hypocrisy and become Tr
on h ugust, 180, ing governor Teetotallers.
and the Council, on the suggestion of the Receiver Theordersy and qiet behaviour of the audience
A. General, determined to pay off at once 1000 under was no lessrly mmend quibble t ehaviourn the acting of te
d. the provisions of the Act of 1876, and Debentures was no less commendable than the acting of ti
.Company of Atladtics. They expressed their as

to that amount were accordingly called in.
to mhat amount were acordngly .ouealmn. probation by their quietness, and their appreciation
i- It will be seen on reference to the 5th section of probation by their quietness, and'their appreciate
the Act of 1876 quoted above, that the action of the by a systematic yet hearty applause, which remind
Governor anot of 18Council is dependent upon the Re ed us of the alternate manner adopted by expert
oeiver General's Report, a dependent uponthe Executive enced and educated opera goers, and contrasted mo
r. Government can take no to pay offth reascutry favorably with the savage yelling, hallooing ai
ur Debentures until the Receiver General shall report whistling well know and dreaded, by all Engli
of that there is sufficient money in the Public Trea. frequenters of the drama.
of sury for the purpose. It would seem therefore The room wats crowded and if there is no bett'
es, that the address of the House of Assembly to the one than this for purposes of large gatherings
be Acting Governor requesting a reference of the mat- would stronsidgly urge ation our masonic friends the necessity of providing
his ter to the Secretary of State was premature, and mane consideration of thenecessity of providing
he that the proper course would have been, if the last one or two more means of egress. Were a fla
n- House felt dissatisfied, to send a message to the or a agcene than the flaes whire, if the audience quite
rd Governor requesting information as to the reason ae their seath eold probably be audience
he why no steps had been taken under the Act of 1876 ly kept their snteats Would probably be stamped
to pay off any portion of the public debt. in a few minutes.advice we conclude in earti
The answer to such a message would in all pro. Wisth this Captai and his crew of Atliantic
y, ability have been that the Receiver General had wishing the Captai and his crew of Atlantis
[s not reported there was sufficient money in the longand prosperous voyage.
en Treasury for the purpose. That would have ended
ild the matter as far as the Governor and Council were The Bear which was recently shot at Halifax
be concerned, and the Receiver General could proba. consequence of its having become cross and vicior
i a bly have satisfied the House of Assembly that his is the same that Was brought to Bermuda sot
of reasons for not so reporting were founded on excel- two or three years since by Commissary General
ny lent grounds, and an unfortunate controversy I. Lilley, and presented by him to an officer of t.
would thus have been amicably and speedily ended. 19th Regiment.

:THREE DAYS LATER FROM ENG L N D. VICTORIA PARK.-By the kind permission of Co1
Welman, O.B., and Officers of 99th (D. of E.) Re-
The Royal Mail Steamer, Beta, Captain Shaw, in 1elman, C.B., and Ofiers of 99th (D. of E.) Re-
three days from Halifax, arrived at St. George's giment, the Band will play the following pro-
soon after noon on Thursday last, bringing the thgramme 25(weather permitting), this day, Tuesday, instant, from 3 to 5 p.m.
English Mail of the 6th instant. the 25th instant, from 3 to p.m.
Captain Shaw will please accept our thanks for PREOGRAMME.
late flies of Halifax papers. 1. Overture..,. ltaliana in Algieri...... Rossini
We copy elsewhere from the Halifaxffearld of the 2. Fantasia..........Zanetta ..............Auber
17th instant, a news letter from a London corretpon- 3. Selection ......... Olivette...............Audran
dent of the 16th, received by telegraph. 4. Valse .......******* Tjrs Fide....... Waldteufe
5. Selection .......... Aidas................ Verdi
His Grace Archtishop Hannan left Halifax by 6. Galop............ 81eigh................Kuhner
the R. M. Steamer Hibernia on the 8th Instant en
route for Rome. He was waited on, on the morn- CELEBRATION" OF BENEVOLENT LODGE
ing of his departure, by a large number of the lead- No. 6, INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD
ing Catholics of Halifax, and presented with an SAMARITANS, ASSISTED BY THE SI8-
address, the Hon. Sir E. Kenney, the Mayor of TER LODGES.
Halifax, being the representative.
On Thursday last, according to annual custom, the
(Special Telegram to the Halifax Herald.) Good Samaritans celebrated their festival. Benevo.,
THE PERPLEXITIES OF PARLIAMENT. lent Lodge on this occasion inviting the co-opera-
THE GAME OF THE RADICALS tion and assistance of the two slater lodger af
THE GAME OF THE RADICALS. Bermuda. The weather was most propitious, and
LoxNDo, Jan. 16.-The relative positions of the 'long before the appointed time of meeting, happy
Government and of the Irish party continue to ,dnd gaily dressed crowds lined the road from
stand as they were indicated in my despatch last Retreat House, near Somerset Bridge, to St. James'
week. One thing is certain, that no progress can Church. Indeed the day appeared to have been
be made with public business while the Home made a day of festival by all olasses--uninItated
Rulers remain masters of the House of Commons. as well as Brethren, and a gay flotilla of boats,
Although Mr. Parnell's amendment to the address "decked with flags of every color, studded the adja.
in reply to the speech from the Throne, has been cent waters; The Lodge having been opened at thbe
disposed of, and apparently by an overwhelming house of Bro. Peter J. Simons, a procession, consist.
majority, there remain three other amendments ing of over 100 persons, was formed at high noonD
each of which may be made the opportunity for an and proceeded to St. James' Church (a distance of
almost endless debate. A like delay in carrying about two miles) preceded by the Alexandrina
the reply to the speech from the Throne has never 1 Band, in the following order, viz:-
been known in British Parliamentary history. Rechab Lodge, No. 7, St. Georges,
Before coming to close quarters with the obstruc- Philanthropic Lodge, No. 65, Hamilton,
tionists, the Government d( sires to give the country Benevolent Lodge, No. 6, Somerset. ,
a practical lesson, to show it how completely all On reaching the Church, the Choir "Unionist"
legislation might be blocked under existing rules. headed by Mr. C. G. Simonds, performed their past
That is to say, the Governmeit desires the demand I beautifully.
for stringent measures against obstruction to come Long, however, before the arrival of the proces-
from the people. Some manifestations of impa- son, a dense crowd filled every part of the body of
tience have been made out )f doors, but upon the the church-seats, aisles, and galleries--and the
whole the proceedings of Mr Parnell and his fol- Brethren were with difficulty accommodated with
lowers in the House seemed t) be watched with re- seats near the altar. Morning prayers were read,
markable apathy, except in London, where great and an excellent and most appropriate discourse
indignation with them is expressed. Although was delivered by the Rev. Bruce Mackay, Rector of
only eight English Liberals voted for Mr. Parnell's the Parishes of Sandys and Southampton, taking
amendment, upwards of forty purposely absented for his text, Romans, xii chap, 5th verse : "So we
themselves from the House. An important section being many, are one body in Christ, and every one
of the Rpdicle party is disposed to support members one of another." The sermon was listened
Parnell, believing that a formidable land agitation to with breathless attention, and was fall of practi-
in England, such as they ardently desire, depends cal lessons to all present-whether Good Samaritan
upon a preliminary success in Ireland. This feeling or not. Before the Sermon the Choir commenced
partly accounts for the indifference of the public an anthem taken from Isaiah, li, verses 1, 2, 8, and
generally to the filibustering tactics of Parnell in 9, was exquisitely chanted.
the House. The main causeinsen hand must be ad- After Divine Service the Procession proceeded to
vanced by fair means or by fbul, and the Radicals Mr. W. R. Perineblet's Schoool Room, where the
are not disposed to allow revolution to move back- Cbairman, Bro. W. 0. F. BaAeome, Honorary
wards. The prestige of the H ome Rulers has been Past Worthy Chief and Surgeon of the above
greatly increased among the populace by their Lodges, introduced several speakers, who address-
showing that they can defy law in Ireland, and ed the meeting on different subjects connected with
r their now coming to England and brow-beating the Order. Thence they proceeded to Mangrove
Parliament. One thing I can state positively, that Bay and back, in the same order, to Victoria and
between 40 and 50 English Radicals will vote with Albert Lodge, No. 1327. G. U. 0. of O. F., which
Parnell against any coercive measures. Mean- was kindly lent them for the occasion.
while a great pressure is being brought to bear The Brethren, at 4 o'clock, sat down to a
upon Mr. Gladstone to induce him to enlarge the sumptuous dinner, in the above Lodge Room,
scope of his land bill. Influential provincial pa- which realized all the descriptions of Christ-
. pers-and provincial papers are very influential mas of the olden time. Every dish was in strict
now-a-days-warn him not to be seduced into any accordance with the traditions of the season, and
alliance with either Whigs or lories, and these ap- and the table groaned under sirloin, rounds, ter.
, peals are supposed to have great weight with him. keys, geese, &c., and was decorated with flowers
His land measure will, doubtless, prove more severe and evergreens. Plum-puddings, of truly Christ.
against vested Interests than vas originally con- mas proportions, with every delicacy procurable,
s templated, a contingency for wlich I have already formed the second course. The District Deputy,
, in this correspondence prepared the readers of the John H. Mayor, was supported by Past Chiefs.
) HERALD. It is always, however, to be kept in Grace was said. After the cloth was drawn, the'
t view that an uncontrollable public excitemetit may following toasts were drunk in Aq. Plav.:
suddenly be awakened in England by some new Her Most Gracious Majesty and the Royal Family.'
outbreak of violence in Ireland. Outrages in the His Excellency the Governor and Lady.
, sister island are daily increasing in number, and The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and the Clergy.
attempted, even in England, and are arousing a The Captain Superintendent, John Moresby, Esqr.,
r dangerouss mood of suspicion. The endeavor to R.N. Responded to by Bro. Dr. Basoome.
, blow up the barracks at Salford, near Manchester, Chiefs and Officers of the two sister Lodges.
is generally attributed to the agency of the Fenian Oar absent Brethren.
l Brotherhood. It has certainly been found neces- Rev. Bruce Mackay, with thanks for his most ap.
e sary to place a special guard over all buildings propriate and excellent Discourse on this day.
e which contain war stock. The naval commander Responded to by Bro. John H. Mayor, Dis-
i at Queenstown was summoned 0o Dublin on Friday trict Deputy.
to confer with the general officer commanding the The Fair Organist, and the Ladies and Gentlemen
o forces now in Ireland, with a diew to concerting a of the. Somerset Choir, with oar grateful
i measure for resisting an outbreak of which posi- thanks for their rich musical treat on this
d tive tidings bad reached the Government. In all occasion.
t respects, the position of affairs here seems to grow The Stewards.
more serious every day for the 5ladstone Govern- The Band then played Home, Sweet Home,"
D ment. and the Brethren separated at an early. hour.
a The cases of the Rev'd Messra Pelham, Dale and It has been 50 years since a secret soC#ety formed
Enright, who were sentenced some time since to a procession in thai part of the parish, Bear Retreat
e imprisonment for Ritualistic practices by the Court House.-(Contributed.)
t of Arches and who appealed to tie Court of Queen's
, Bench, and again appealed to the High. Court of SUSPENSION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS
Judicature, were yesterday up before the latter' ACT.
' court, which decided that thej were entitled to I (From the St., Jamest Gamet&.)
o their discharge. It is a singular circumstance that every genera-
e, TLere will be no race to-morrow between Hanlan tion of Englishmen since the Habeas Corpus act
i- and Laycock, as the extreme cold this morning is was first passed, in 1679, has seen its temporary
, making too much ice in the rivet. suspension in some part of the British Isles. One
it PARNELL'S OBSTRUCTIOS POLICY. 1 of the very first bills laid before the Revolution
d NWYR, Jan 1T crs cb fr Parliament was for the suspension of the act.
Nw YoRK, Jan. 16.--The Brald's cable from It was again suspended in 1696, in 1708, in 1716
a London says :-"The split is the ranks of the and in 1716, for six months each time, and 1722
_ Home Rulers has much waakened the Irish party, for twelve months; in 1745 and in 1779 for six
It is rumored that Parnell has resolved to use all months. At last came the "white terror," undr
g the forms of the House to oppose the coercion bill the administration of Pitt, when habeas corps
d set iown for Monday, and that the Parnell party was in almost constapt abeyance for a period of
Swill threaten that the Government will be compell- nearly seven years, 1794-1801. The last time the
ir ed to suspend or imprison the members before Hab as Corpus act was suspended ia qglisad was
y coercion measures are passed. Parnell claims that on the occasion of the celebrated "Green Bag" I;-
,k the Government want to force a permature rebel- quiry. Early in 1817 Lord Sidmonth, the "Be
l- lion in order to suppress the League organization. Secretary, laid before Parliament a green bag, full
THE OBSTRUCTIONISTS IN THn IMPERIAL PARLIA- of seditious documents which disclolsed a danger-
MUST. ous state of feeling among the people. A message
LONDON, Jan 15.-The News says ;to-day's Cabi- from the Prince Regent at the same time directed
le net Council will necessarily consider the question the urgent attention of the houses to the subject.
1o of obstruction in the House of Commons. On February 19 a secret committee presented Its re.-
u. The Telegraph says: "The Speaker of the House port, and two days afterwards Lord Liverpool's
h. of Commons, and other authorities on Parliament. Government introduced a bill for the suspension of
o- story procedure, yesterday carefully considered the Habeas Corpus act. It was carried, as well as
n- some overlooked standing orders of the House, another bill prohibiting seditious meetings, though
ue paesedbetween 1610 and 1670, with a view of pre- not without considerable opposition, both in sad
vention of obstructing and giving the Speaker power out of Parliament. The Common Council of Leon-
e, under certain circumstances, not only to silence don petitioned against the bills, and so did the ian-
he members but to close debate." habitants of Westminster, then, the principal

p. The 7imes charges the Home Rulers with abus. stronghold of Liberalism in the kingdom. On
Dn ing the freedom of debate for the sole purpose of January 28, 1818, Ministers introduced a measure
i- frustering its practical purposes, for the restoration of habeas corpus, which was
ri- --. passed without any difficulty. The Habeas Corpos
st TUE PORTE ASKS You AN EUROPEAN CoNuuKzaon' act was suspended in Ireland from July, 1848, to
ad CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 16.-The Porte has com. March, 1849, and from February, 1866, to March,
sh municated to the Ambassadors a fresh note regret- 1869. In both these cases, the bills originated
ting the warlike preparations of Greece, which a'e with Liberal governments and with the same Prime
ar bringing trouble and uncertainty upon the peace of Minister, Lord Russell. Afterwards came the
1e Europe. In order to terminate suchb a state o af- Peace Preservation acts under under both Liberal
u- fairs, which is disastrous to both Turkey and and Conservative governments, and since the end
at Greece, the Powers are invited to send instructions of last session the anarchy now prevailing In Ire-
ag to their ambassadors at Constantinople for an land in their place. .
re European Conference. The Porte hopes that a
t- pacific solution will then be attained. Grt eO, m01o. 10. hTu a e.
ut The note has created a good impression. I CoMSANiNOPL, Jan. 16.-Repors have reached
IWU n10maeUU AU UUU~nUeJLhorn t sum. ausa niuns.

BERLIN, Jan. 16.--The Crown Prince Frederick
W illiam, speaking at the Institution of Invalids
to-day decidedly condemned the anti-Jewish
movement, and said he felt especially aggrived be-
cause the movement was invading the schools and
universities. He hoped the movement would soon
die out, for it was impossible that such an un. :
healthy condition of affairs should continue.

attacking Turkey at the end of January.
MADRID, Jan. 16 .-In the Chamber of Deputies
the Minister announced the pacification of Cuba as
PARIss, Jan. 16.-Supplementary munoipal lee.
tions were held to-day, and so far as known gene-
rally resulted in success of the Modeiate Rebabli-



7- : REGION.
Snow Skdes earry away Railroad Sheds, Youses, Sc.,
and Ki Mene, Women, and Children.-SALT LAKZ,
UTAH, Jan. 16.-Snow has fallen almost continually
in ihe Wahsatch's, about the heads of Little and Bigs
Coftton Wods since Christmas. The mountains sur-
ao';Pii he mining town of Alta are steep and high
Sad e res have been cut off. The tramway sheds
r wl the Wahsatch and Jordan Valley Railroad have
'een swept away in several places for five miles be-
low Alta, rendering ingress or egress almost impos-
sible. T"o weeks ago a snow slide carried away a
man named Barley. The continuous storm increased
in fury with the opening of last week, and on Wed-
nesday night the snow fell in sheets and the wind
Became a hurricane. About 10 o'clock that night a
snow slide carried away a flagstaff, one house, four
hundred feet of railroad sheds, and swept across the
flat and ereek to the opposite mountain. Later, ano-
ther slide passed over the Victoria and Imperial
House, burying two men, who dug their way out in ten
hours. Continuing, it swept away Grizzly's boarding
house, in which were Mr. Jonathan Hoskins and four
children, Charles Symons, Robert Howorth and Eben
Morris. Of these, Hoskins and daughter (Jane),
Howorth and Morris were killed. Another slide
smashed and buried the Toledo Works and boarding
house, killing Charles Barbridge and Prank Laporte.
Thursday and Friday work was stopped at the princi-
pal mine, and many of the men left the canyon for
the valley. It is still snowing and great feats are en-
tertained lest additional snow slides will cause wide-
spread destruction of life and property.
Cnrius.-We take the following from the Gib.
raltar Chronicle:-"Accounts have been received
from Limasol, Cyprus of a very late date. An
English marriage in Cyprus is not an everyday
occurrence, and such are the difficulties thrown in
the way that it is only a wonder they ever occur at
all. It would appear almost incredible, but it is
nevertheless true, that although we have now been
In possession of the Island for more than two years
no provision has been made for the marriage of
British subjects in the Island. On Friday last Cap-
tain Baker, 1st Batallon, 20th Regiment, who is
Assistant. Commissioner at Nicosia, was married
to the eldest daughter of the Rev. W. Ferguson, the
Presbyterian minister at Limasol. Owing to the
want of legislation on the subject, the ceremony
had to be performed on board one of Her Majesty's
ships, and Captain Mann, R. N., very kindly
played his cabin on board Her Majesty's ship Rapid
at the disposal of the wedding party. Fortunately
for all concerned, the sea was like glass and the
ship as steady as a rock; the sailors had dressed the
ship very tastefully, and the scene was really a
very picturesque one, all the wedding guests (of
the male persuasion) being in full dress uniform.
The service w as performed by the Rev. A. Garbou-
ahian. As the bride and bridegroom left the side
the sailors gave three ringing cheers, which were
heartily joined in by the officers. The Royal En.
had erected a decorative porch outside Mr. Fer-
gineers gnson's house and made a small pier for
landing from the boats."
A gentleman who had gone to the country to find
a summer location for his family, telegraphed to
bi- wife, Home to-night." The wires rendered
this into "Come to-night," and so the wife post-
ed into the country at once, while the hbnsband was
making his way in a contrary direction.
Not long since a message came to the principal
of a business house in this city from his travelling
agent who had reached Philadelphia--"Am at the
Continental Hotel. Send some hash by mail. The
g, 41t dW pt.etend to zeweet oa t" food at the
oteL. But wanted "4aab" sent by mall.
;An affectionate uncle was informed by telegraph :
1abry is to be buried on Wednesday. Come sure."
Miry, who lived in Chicago, was his favourite
i*oee, and has he had not heard of her illness the
sad intelligence gave him a severe shock. He
dressed-himself in deep mourning, and made a
hurried journey to the West to find a jovial party
assembled at Mary's wedding. The wires had ar-.
ranged for her to be buried" instead of *married.
Probably the worst blunder ever made was one
that occurred in the ease of a St Louis merchant,
who, while Is Now York, received a telegram in-
forming him that his wife was ill. He sent a mess-
age to his family doctor asking the nature of the
sickness and if their Ins any danger, and receiving
promptly the answer; "No danger. Your wife as
had a ehtld, If we can keep her from having an-
other to-night sbe will do well." The mistifica-
tion of the agitated husband was'not removed until a
second inquiry revealed the fact that his Indls-
posed lady had had a chill.-The Hour.
Here is a story they are telling just now on a Lon-
don troop ship:
In the ladie's cabin were four wash basins, one ol
which vwamuch larger than the others. There were
three ladies in the cabin whose husbands were about
equal in rank. The women always think they have i
i right to presume on the rank of their husbands when
taking choice of berths, etc., and there was a great dis.
Sit n as to who was entitled to use the big basin. Ii
\ 4r~ feared to the paymaster of the ship, who could
settle nothing, and eventually to the captain. He
gave a decision worthy of Solomon. After first asking
them if -they would abide by his verdict and not giv<
dany more treble in the matter, which they readily
agreed to So, bi, said he thought it was only fair tha
the oldest ladj should have the biggest basin. Tha
\ basin wa r used during the whole voyage.
SgthiS Mansfleld, probably with a vie
'!Pgio 'prolong bis own days, wai always anxious whet
old witnesses were in court, to know their custom
\ ary habits of life. It so happened that two ver.
\ old men by the name of Elm were one day th
his objects of inquiry. You are a very old man,
*said His Lordshbip to ethe elder brother, "I suppos
you have lived a very temperate life." "Neve
drank anything bnt water My Lord," said Elm
"Nor you either, I suppose," raid the Judge, ad
dressing himself to the younger brother. Wheli
I could get nothing ele, My Lord," was the repl1
"I always took my glass with my friend." "Wel
then, replied His Lordship, "all that we can asa
is, "an elm will florish wet or dry."

The Grand Duke of Baden has bad a run <
*' bad look. His treasurer disappeared a little while
ago and took with him a large sum of money; no'
it has been found that the Grand Duke had bee
't systematically plundered by a number of his serve
ants. and by the Court furnisbers, and a large num
ber of changes have been made in the household.
-Londoq, January 12.-A despatch from Bueno
.4yresdated the 10th, inst., says: "The latest tele
grams announce that the Peruvian army Is encamp
ed at Chorillos, nine miles south of Lima, and the
"TheChflians are at Lurina. A battle is believed to t
imminent. Lima is guarded by the police and foi
Siga residents. A number of dynamite mines bav
been placed at various points outside the city."
John J. Meobi, the English agriculturist an
razor strop maker whose failure was announced c
the'16th Dec., is dead.
The London Electrician states that the Engli,
Post Office Department has ordered twenty thoue
and Gower-Bell telephones for postal service.
Sixty houses have been destroyed by floods
y"Limasol, Cyprus. Eight persons were killed, at
damage to the amount of 70,000 was done,

STiau ErTERPRISE.-It will be seen by our ad-
vertising columns to-day, that Mr. S. S. Ingham, Jr.,
is making arrangements to run a steam-boat be-
tween Hamilton and St. George's, for the convey-
ance of passengers and freight.
The Steamer will be furnished by a leading ship
building Firm in America, and is to be specially

adapted for her work, fitted with compound surface
condensing engines, and we are informed that no
expense will be spared to make the boat thoroughly
efficient in every respect.
We are pleased to learn that Mr. J. J. Riley,
the well known Engineer in charge of Steam
Launch Despatch," is to have command of the
new steamer, and thislwill doubtless give general
satisfaction to the Public.
The judgment of the Magistrates in the ease of
Pilot Samuel Swan, who was tried for running the
bark Abraham Lincoln ashore on the 27th of Dec.
last, was delivered on the 12th instant. The pilot
was found guilty of Ignorance and was sentenced
to pay a fine ol 10, with costs of court amount-
to 8 8/6. -Colonist.
- BIRTH, at Myrtle Cottage, Somerset. on the 23rd
inst., the WiFE of Sergt. R. Burnett, Royal Engineers
of a SON.
MARRIED, at St. Georges on Jany. 19th, at the
residence of the Bride, by the Rev. J. Trotter, Incum-
bent B. E. Church DENIS TUCKER, Esq, to LouIrs B.,
eldest daughter of the late Charles A. Hayward, Esq.

DIED, at Waterloo House, Pembroke. on the after-
noon of Friday last, ANN, the beloved wife of Morris A.
M. Frith, Esqr., aged 59 years.
The esteem in which this lady was held in this
community, was in some measures evidenced by the
vast number of persons in carriages that attended her
funeral on Sunday last 'to the Devonshire Parish Ce-

for these Islands, will be holden

The 27th instant,
At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Jurors, Parish Officers, Witnesses and others
concerned are required to take notice and at-
tend accordingly.
Clerk of the Peace.
Hamilton, January 17th, 1881.- 2.


L. Ve

Assurance Society.




EVENING Next, at 6 o'clock.
Secy. Treasr.
Hamilton, January 25, 1881.-1

Steam Communication
Hamilton and St. Georges,
Via Ireland and Boaz Islands, and vice versa.

Hereby gives notice that he intends to place a
First Class Full Powered

' From and after 1st May next.
* Time Tab!e will appear in a future advertise-
The Steam Launch lDElSP\TCfl will also
continue her usual trips to Ireland and Boaz Is-
25th January, 1881.
Colonist" copy.



H. A. Pitt,

Youoe, Matter,
Will leave Demerara about 20th
February next for Bermuda.
For Return Freight anti Passage
Apply to
Hamilton, 24th January, 1881.-1
N.B.-Parties will please send orders by the
Vessel which will leave St. Georges about 27th1

SFor Sale,

Called "Wesley Cottage,"
And Lot of good planting LANDl, situated in
Warwick Parish near the residence of Octavius
Darrell, Esqr.
TENDERS for the purchase of the above-
mentioned Property will be received at the Of*-
fice of the Undersigned
. Until the 28th Instant.
The Proprietor does not bind himself to accept
the highest or any Tender.
January 10, 1881.-3 3p

For Benefit of Own


ters and all Co


ners, Underwri- The Bailey's Bay
TION corp

27th Instant, at- 12 o'clock, noon, "TH URSDAY, Feby. 3rd,

13 CASKS HAKE, 10th,
About 1050 Lbs. each, 17th.

8 Drums HAKE, about 100 Lbs. each
125 Barrels FLOUR
10 Barrels BREAD
3 Cases MATCHES, 26 Gross each
173 Boxes HERRINGS
Damaged by Seawater on board the Schr.
"Ida L," Crocker, Master, at this Port in dis-
tress on a voyage from Boston bound to Suri-
nam, on Survey recommended to be Sold as
St. George's, January 20, 1881.

Bermuda Victualling


B. W. WALKER & Co.,
2nd day of Feby., at noon, viz. :-
Cook's FAT 110 lbs.
FLOUR 1512 lbs.
SUET 58 lbs..
RAISINS 1087 lbs. I
Preserved POTATO 200 lbs.
DUCK 25 yds.
SERGE 59 aIn small pieces
DRILL 83 "
Stockings 11 prs., Comforters 11, Sennet
Hats 9, Beds 4, Rlankets 7, Bedcovers 17,
Hammock Clews 110 Sets

A Lot of BOOKS (over 200) including
Lord Mahon's History of England ; Handy
Volume Shakespeare ; Irvipg's Life of Co-
lumbus ; Thackeray's Works, &c., &e.

MATTING 113 yds. ; CARPET 62 yds. ;
CHAIRS 16; some China, Glass and
Cutlery; Tubs, Lanterns, Weights & Mea-
sures; Kettles, &c., and 3 Tarpaulins.
Bolts, Door, Spring....... .44 No.
Locks, Iron, Rim........ 14 Newo
Hinges, Iron, Butt, of sizes 200 "
By Order of the Captain-in-Charge,
Naval Storekeeper.
21st January, 1881.-2 3p
aW A Boat will leave Hamilton at 10
o'clock on the day of Sale.

Art Union of London,
1129, STRAND, W.C.,

Instituted 1837.

Incorporated 1846.

Every Subscriber of One Gninea will receive,
besides a chance of a Prize at the annual
distribution in April,
An impression of a Fine Plate engraved in line
From the original Painting by OSWALD W.
BRIERLY, Marine Paint. r to the Queen, in
the National Collection.
A famous episode of the War with Spain in
1591, commemorated by the Poet Laureate in
the "Nineteenth Century Review," forms the
subject of the Plate.
A Subscriber of Five Guineas may receive an
Artist's proof of the Plate, with five chances in
the distribution. A Payment of Two Guineas
entitles to an India paper lettered proof with
two chances.
Among the Prizes will be the right to select a
the Public Exhibitions; a Large Groupe in
Bronze AMERICA, from the Albert Memorial;
Richly Decorated CHINA TAZZAS; STA-
TUTTE'S-the Little Boat Builder; Porcelain
Busts by Mrs. Thornycroft, of II. It. H. the late
PRINC K8.- ALIC K, Grand Duchess of Hesse
Darmstadt, and other woiks.'
Hlion. Secy. for Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.

To commence with

Deaf as a Post,
Followed by

By kind permission of Colonel Adams and
Officers of the 86th, a portion of their Fine
Band will be in attendance.
Tickets may be obtained from W. H. WIL-
xKISON, Bailey's Bay, and at the door on the
nights of performance.
Reserved Seats 2/, Second Seats 1/.
Doors open 7'30 p.m. Performance com-
mences at 8 p.m.
January 24, 1881.-4 3p

Royal Mail Steam-
ers to Jamaica.

UNTIL further notice Passengers will lbe
taken to TURKS' ISLAND at the fol-
lowing rates:-
First Cabin 7, Second Cabin 4.
Decks Passages will not be issued.
Freight to Turks Islands' 3/ per Barrel. Only
a limited quantity can be taken.
The Steamers will nct touch at Turks' Islands
on their return from Jamaica.
Messrs. Frith and Murphy are the Agents at
Turks' Islands.
St. George's, Bermuda, Jauy. 24, 1881.-2 3p
" Colonist" and Times & Advocate" copy and
send bill.

Wanted at once
Barrels New Early Rose or Pro.-

For which Market price
24th January, 1881.-3 pd

will be paid.

R. B. Y. C. Races.

ranged to have the following RACES,
No. I-AN UNFITTED RACE in the Great
Sound, over the old Bermuda Course, on Fri i
day, 4th February. To stait at 12 o'clock. I
No. 2-A CRUISING RACE on 18th March.
The course to be decided on on day of Race.
To start at 12 o'clock.
Members wishing to enter their Boats should
notify the same to the Secretary of Sailing Com-
mittee, not later than the FRIDAY before each
See. to Sailing Committee.
24th January, 1881.-1


At very Low Prices, viz. :-
Barrels Choice Eating
Barrels Selected
Cases MATCHES, 10 gros. each.
Hamilton, 24th Jany., 1881.-3

Card for 'Gazette.'

PHE "Atlantics" of Somerset beg most res-
- pectfully to render their true appreciation
and heartfelt thanks to the blic for their
patronage at their Entertainments on the 20th
and 21st instantand having met with much
encouragement trust to please them with simi-
lar performances on some future occasion.
January 24, 1881.

Wanted a good Servant.
18so, a .Nurse Girl.
Apply West Side," Hamilton.
January 24, 1881.-1

To be Sold,

If not Previously disposed of privately, I

And 4 Wheeled TRAP.
Apply to MAJOR SIMPSON, Ro)al Artil-
lery, St. George's.
January 24, 1881.-2

Colonial Secretary'8 Ofice,
24TH JANUARY, 1881.
T HE following ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during the
present Session:-
No. 25-An Act to provide for the taking of
Lands for Public Works.
(In force indefinitely.)
26.-An Act to amend the Hamilton Gaol Act
(In force indefinitely.)
27.-An Act to provide for the marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands.
(In force to 31st July, 1882.)
3 Colonialt s8enmt'y.

Commissariat Office,
HAILTroN, 22nd January, 1881.
RAL will receive Tenaers, in duplicate,
up to 12, noon,
31st Instant,
From Persons desirous of RENTING the un-
LETTING No. 32 East of Fort Hamilton,
Pembroke Parish, containing 7 Acres, I Rood,
and 19 Perches of Arable and Grazing land.
LETTING No. 35 adjoining North Shore
Road, Devonshire Parish, containing about 6
Acres. 1 Rood and 34 Perches.
Immediate possession will be given.
Forms of Tender, with all information, can
be obtained at the above Office daily between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
I District Commissary General.


Ce Uanl toutt
In Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & CO.
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.
For Sale by

Sole Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m Ip.

For Rent,
A Comfortable
D Dwelling HOUSE,
On the Street between the Sixth and Seventh
Longitudinal, Streets, Hamilton, near the
Pembroke School House. Possession given lst
February next. Terms 30 per annum,
Apply to
January 17th, 1881.-2 3p


rHE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
meat not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to or4er
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &e.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, Hamilton,?
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.

FICE HAMILTON, 24th Jany., 1881.
Mrs Daniel Astwood, Ann S Burrows, Mrs R
Butterfield, Htnry Bavedas, Augusta Batts, Richard
D Bean, Adelaide Casey, Mr Campbell, Fraser
Deshield, R J Dill, W 11 Douglass, Anne Dill, Ch
Darrell, William Foster, Eliza Fubler, James
Fubler, Mrs T J Gilbert, Mrs Hasking, C W FHdyer
Mrs E Jackson, Thomas Joell, Alpheus Joell,
Henry T Lighten, Guerino Ledez, Antonio Joze
Lerez, Edmund Nash, R Outerbridge, Jane:-
Outerbradge, W J Piemin, Roht Pappin, )rs
Joseph Robinson, Mrs Samuel Richardson, R Rees,
Mrs J L Robinson, Mary F and Anna Robinson,
Sarah Ann B Raynor, Edward Sanhouse, Mrs Wm
Swan, Peter Saunders, Mrs Benjamin Soon, C J
Smith, Wm A Sumter, Charles Siovel, Henry D
Smith, Francis Steed, Henry B Frott, Annie Trott,
Wm H Tucker, Revd John Tuzo, James A Wal.
dron, James B Whitecross, Mina Weir.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Jar.y. 24, 1881.
Mrs E Bell, Anthony Burgess, Jr, Robert Crock-
well, Priscilla Evans, William E Fubler, E Gara-
gon, Frank F Gracey, Sarah lubbard, Carl John-
son, Joseph F Lightbourn, Manuel Machado, Ed-
ward Minors, Jennett Reed, (Hamilton Parish,)
John Richardson, W L Smith, Genera Thompson,
J Toleman, James Talbot, William Wa!ker, Ed.
ward Wiloon.

i Bermuda .

*1 jj#' 81 1v4 JIJJff~~r

- ~~- I f AI L A.14449 .* .4 WA 4G44 &Z4

Proceedings of the egislatie ei e I oi ncil.
Tuesday, 18th January, 188l.-Pursaant St4,'ad.
j)iotufAAp the p oase met. ,
Present-His Honor JoslAVh Rebe; OGhkf Jtictlee,

SThe.;oporiabl.,A J. .Musson, ,. .
S 'Wm. Ooslin, '
,, James H. Txi.inughamw
4 EugenrifiaHarvey, I
i: I %; Joseph H. Harvey' ut / ."*I
,;" .4 .- Jaimes Tacie, Reor.GtGenl,
'"; ,: ",- E. Wqbster, &r. Secy.
The,111 Pllutiledf "An Act to provide for the
marlitid df afl Padkagts of-Vegetable Produce to
ittstil~pped frtdabhese Islands," was returned from
"TC fru-e' of Assembly with tie followingMes.
sage :- ( ;'
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Legislative Coun."

s IMi. dlreAtW 1 ( tle Hio6 eft4afmtnbly to
return, tOQ your Honprable House the Bill entitled
An Aet Iea provide-for the ma&hi6g of all Pack-
ages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped ftottltPkm
Mulands," and eo aquAilnt ,your- Hflorblyle: Ho e
that the Assembly have concurred, in.4he, ajt,, 7
meptpro psed otbe inade ,thereUo.,whbI h as ac-
cor ngl eeade'ol the s~d illJB 1. ./ !
8f Ssioa,"Hohgse, 14th Jany., 188 ? \
The Bill as azieeded'*.as then read the third
ase d--e.sed,. and ordered ,b4i, jA ,beor rt
Excellency the Gov.Ingor by the Hon. .. e.
The following Me sage was fr6hght up Iroim'nj
House of Assembly ,- "
Mr. Preidnt and GendUenien of tle Leqidalive Coun-
S ,a 4 .
r'We ae ireteIy a e Mo (se 16Assembly to
Inform your Honorable House that there is nofuit.
1haer business requiring the attention of the -House.
u Sessions' House, 14th January, 1881.
The Resolve providing certain uma1 for the ereC-
tion of a Ceck Tower, &c., on theiSouteci.frput
!E4l he so'nIous .pwas read the spoond time.
,T.gou. weirt into Commiltte thereon.. .
Tte Hon H. Trimingham in Chiir." ";
On the motion'being made filhtt thi'(diftitte
AJIaV0 uinAninotfely i4ee tb.
TheBi| entitled An Act to amend the Act to
qontffiu and amend the Act to encourage the des-
"tuctidon of Crows aidr for theoreservation of Small
'"Brds," was read the second time: ~ ~.
The Hfltne wtf I'ntif Comiitlee thereon.,
Thatia..'.3.I. the Chair.
On the motion being made that the Committee
rise, it was unanimop#Ty agreed to.
O4i4 4,tbat, the following Message l bt to
Ho 1iblteaey the Governor, the fi.s ne-*
livered by the Hoq. R, E,.Webptker :-

1 am directed by the L4gihlative Council to ac-
quaint !Y7wr, Exceljency that,. hler.!sifo further
&esipes be9 r the Coucil toongage its attention.
SC ,uncil Chafiber,V8lth Jany,4tf8&l .-" 0 .,
Orre~i4 itso,4tat tl1i' following Message be sent
to the House of Asseibly-.7the same to be deliver.
,ed by the Ion. I, E. Webstqr;:-- j 7 .
Mr. Speaker an.d ,, emeitkm pflywi44 House of Assemrn.

I .jr ted by,tbe Iegislative Counci to in-
for5r.yI Honorable Hl ude tiat .the Council has
no further; business before it to require its atten-

Council' Chamber, ISh JaIny., 1.4881.
---Ajurnad to Friday -next, the 21st nstant,,at
11"30, am. &M .-

J,DA,, rep. .
Aldfradt of 1ke .Pocewiop o t fnorable

IrmiltsaNov. 30th. Os &y-.J2eh Pd. i~~


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The following i'hI. cabi c id1ig paragraph of a
dispatch, dated- pore;i- ;flPea) ,.ct. 27, 1880, by
'tltrq trb o l, sq (on the s b-
Ian and united States fishermen.
"AsMdagA th bil'tf'nof the Unitbd Sftas fish-
ermen to compensation for the injuries and losses
which 'tef 'trer ftllft tdfhdv& shlilined ie66n-
sBqqieBe of tve %iplentobstrpqti9an Vhi qh W
pil'ohhtlere'i tfWo64 Br itis Aaliegnien' it: .trFotin
B ,qag the occaRion referred to, T have to state
tlidthrl Majesty's government aie quite willing
ht t hp should be indemnified for any injuries
apft ls4s whibt, upon a joint frquiry, may be
found to have been sustained by them, and in
respect of which they are reasonably entitled to
compensation; but ob this pltit 1 'have to observe
that a ,laim ih pushed forward4 by there (or the
loss o[LSekiiclf ha[ W)e* tught; t iqh but
for the interference f, the ]irsh fishermen might
have been caught'iby meaiA : bf strand fishing, a
mfoatoflhtIits to YbihI,<(, ri he lqr tql
W rhAhigWodt? y wir' hot entklx;. th reib6( .( l-le
prosecution by them of the strand fishery being
elqtrrly,"Jaex _,p( hpr treaty ,i viegfs, p er
el R ... .., .., 4 -1,


Ask Dyspepsia4Iled"
Diseases ever ,@
A igueq .heuma-
ti~ m, Dropsy,-
Sfbear t Disease,
Biltiousness, Nervous Debility, etc.

i ,000,000 Bottles
Thi&syup possess. Varied Properties,

food Into glucos.. A del lency In Ptyallne
causes Wind andLoga 'i of the food In the
stomach. If theA ii s taken immedl.
I ately after eating the fermentation of food
Is prevented.
t t a ithO ir r )
2w" ae^2te't-tRIVfeA. I < .
It Purifies the Blood.
It Qnlets the Nervons System.
At Promote ]Digestion.
I IrNouSshes Strengthei andJ Ia*borites.
fteiLtrlhs otkho Old Blood and mflces new.
It opens the pares of the skin and Induces
(kjea l a~otfiOtl4m fr' <: ',T J I 'F
... tnehrahies thb hei'edita'ri tiaini, Ob pdiso h in tPh"
blood, which generated SarSoa, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseasesetd.ilitoinal humors. e
There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
it c&iIbe t:tknbythe most delicab Ii._, or the
agj a'nd TedbTo, -tre onjy Si( r qitire0ain-tswhai to

i O0ROi'o, April 20, 1880.

' eAR SIR,- e visitedyour manufactory ast
autumn, 11wi 40ffinM fidmna flbaffud1paln in the
f4cp anl head-th9 hyician call it,ne ralg'a-and
wlen o cnardd niolto try y'ur I I
0~LOdt SIYRtTP 1 0had no faith, in'it; but ih'lee I
received slijl r'uHaifi4ifrodat at[ai lk.A640 ke re-
commended it to several as I
was, and with a & Mefi (l1nd'I alndo0h.iblis
opportunity of your'e~bhbil Visiti. to41thiscityf o
by without thanking you very p lthie freptqI df.
ing me to try the INDIAN BLOOD flf UPl 1
Yours vely truly, j, --. t. .'
GIg ^l pwewarh
"; <50 Simcoy frFpl.
PA INIm IjHEBtUaBG1i G, N, A14
qRS. t' ..
TgRpo To, Api 21st, 84.8'4
,.ar ,.t' b ," .," J ; i > "I,-,
.T VDe t? +ia-4iavlifftpi' t io'tia i
back, also through nti1utl l lnd'7Ahkdld't foraiti~e
than three years; I have also had liver complaint
7d .apYpsia.-<([ a,;tjei9d;tdaqtq<' q^i fhprime-
q4inaf, vtlnver received, any .reief, n tter
detROffMd 6oyour varuable IN
lIe1; iftWifs use *a whd nibie IsH
that I'AIve. flt atrioia4id a able to'lo; my wwrk
th an I have for the last two years.


se.ed -by the Committees on Quarterly, Aecountsis.i h "4 4 t V rMt'4 is A.
to 81st.D e ber 418W, 4.. .... 444, 4 ~.1 4~ ~1 41. -
Message from the Legislativq Council: iI i h)6j $j
ere~ It~ 4~I'"':41 *''~bdk, li'ageidth yone of the best~ 1 A~~j
thq..Leg!sjAvdConil0,1.stem. I was at e6 Usrt
nofa~lvJts~e~beor t ~to th~e C ic Vhas V -,] FI Doctors in this part of' iob* jr Tbtobane o!A11LO~PN,.,t

(no.48.) k bfreitt- e" r~ ealef.lri~itPi~u rartte ln si
4 .~~( "~ MS JE~j1~SON ~3i~dIlI!~(le9Pr
Major .41onIce r H4-sip. iop 1 /'!! 4..-
G6 overnor 'rom MB ExCellevey JbO44.j 'W'
c4'- ~ ~ ..1V 4COPLINT.i 44ArK
'I, t3 40MI44 C Iv" 0.
TheGealt usijng4itcqfq a 4q thl011
(No. 48.) 41 -
m thetion rdm. AA 4.,
orabe n~ ofAss 5~ hat II rorgue Lqt.4 .4 44i. 4 .V )A1
Paria n 2je~i ~e~t tntatBLOD YRUtfrNDai-d
R. L 64 --'' O0e
Major- n ~~~r-sJ DerSr- ~r-.,J~4 J

Governor 0~ hv b~,.ufeihrfr erswt
S, II I -.z 4Dear Sir,-T 1 8 0
Par am nDumber of t~elt 'udrLVi~nstant, at~Dsepid~dgsi~ad4di/e oplit
~hi~dantee~t~g~bn A6M'~&~ ~ U BLOOD4 SYIhae RUPfo Lve Cbuait, and hav utre- 06

heittetobaltac B am dt4 if.W1,s oi- _
.tr 1:46,etls no har f, nn,. ~rc44~d L~I ~,.;;L .n~ -.* WI ?0IA
19Lh J#-. 188n'yo al s ff res'4k. -to f~ih j, roh4'l ac' fitt Ag a e.d
m u e s ls.' ~ r4'- *feW dose ofyou rauiFTO R I g,;ur, hi!
aZ7rbs taad 1ae, utesop5.~.~~
*~ ras-aaoisubak4__~' t )j44 1 ~ 4J t Ih~(I
(k dj44og.r 1"ridoF e&(
rats roated, wih it.. t it I 2,I-T r

LII ) c4Dear Sir,- 1 h~vi been Iufeingf or yetatrus witg yourCA
F a~e~pe i alnoeoee~ bw~s~nann~ ~1~1lS~~(~tt A IreapAi S~l~J~j4'i.I I~~J o,~sot.e ~ jLAa
Vn ih) ~stsjw~uiBiguny tbli'id e Ahh4 U8n Is'i'loi Compaiinyct.4.4 _.ELYpese.Iti alyo r- ~4 Z
1,js.&bqi oreibir gu t ts wa.ti~~ei Bih ~~~g~'~t i~ ~t4~~~at~~~-
~eae e1wr ve piaii. gf~a o am~r41AiOFt *ii'ibsI 411.* .'f n3A'11 ) 02NNI
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s~tarIlgnoeie.s~s into thye a t o in~g ,.RIM0!,o' J6Cp CrA$" hesdrhe ra itate to'tr y tDa:4 4 ; _LA #PdI )O ny life. IanD ciAn.Jf9

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rasro~e,, tsg!t 1AgJ4ao4 ~f 'r4oqet SAP k, ONY- e(I3BrIt ontOr0ri' F'-FI'll
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