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]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
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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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3to. 6.-Vol. LVI. STATE SUPER VeAS ANTIQVAS. a24 er Au.

Hffsilatoon, Bermuda, Tuesday, February S, 1881.
I I I III I I I [' "I 11 I Il I I "

LORD CARNARVON AND MR. lish moderation have compelled our statesmen to I remain, Sir, your obedient servant, :
BRIGHT.v walk; certain restraints upon the unbridled expres- CARNARVON.
IHT 'sion of their individual opinion which their accept- The Right Hon. John Bright, M.P.
We are requested to publish the following letter ance of office has been held to impose ; and it they
wh ch h be addressed by Lord Carnarvon to have tound themselves unable to submit to this very Mr. Bright has addressed the following reply to
Mr. bee addrse by Lor arnaron t moderate amount of self-control, they have wisely the above letter of the Earl of Carnarvon:-
r.adeira, Dec. 8, 1880. embraced the only remainirln alternative and con- Roodale, Dec. 25, 1880.
fined themselves as private individuals to the duties u er ee D e c. 25, 18.
'Sir,-At a considerable distance from England I of independent criticism either in or out of Parlia- Your letter of December 8th which appeared in
have read A speech which you are reported to have meant. the London papers of yesterday morning, reached
made on the o inauguration of a liberal club at Bir- I will not, of course, do you the injustice of im. me last night. You comment on my speech of Nov.
mingham on Nov. 16; and, being unable to call plying any want of personal good faith to the present 16, and find in it terrible blemishes which have not
attention to it in any other way, 1 trust that you will sovereign. You have on former Occasions expressed been discovered by its critics in this country. You
etctit the it With all franktiess, 1 make some yourself on this subject in terws the truth of which condemn me for attacks on tke Sovereign, the aris-
obervations upon the singular statements which it it would be drigdudrdug to doubt; but whatever the tocracy, and the landowners. I have defended the
-ontains. I will only add as a preliminary remark contrast between your feelings as to the Sovereign, monarchy. .-The defence is li~e needed in this coun-
that I might have written what I now have to say and your avowed preference for Republican institrU- try and in this reign. I have warned the aristocracy
few days e.rligr; butit miy delay was intentional, for tions, you set an evil example which goes to the of the danger I wished them to shbn. As to land- T
I could hardly conceive that, after such a speech, very root of public sincerity and truth. owners, I have been one of the most prominent of al
you would continue to remain a member of Her As regards the attae ks which you make upon the the supporters of a policy so necessary for the coun- A
Majesty's present Government. This doubt is now House of Lords, what f hatd said of tha Crown ap- try, and so wise for them that, had it been obstinately
set at rest, and there is no reason for further delay plies, but in a somewhat less degree, to it. .~ightly resistedthe great landowners of Englandand Scotland 1
on my part. On your general exhortation to pa- or wrongly, the House of Lords is an inseparable would long ago have been running for their lives as J
tience with the anarchy and terrorism now reigning constituent of our English system; and, putting some Irish landownere are reportedto be doing now.
In Ireland I am not concerned to say much here. I aside the question of good taste, I conceive that a I will not reply at length to young letter; it is enough
will not disguise my opinion that the first and para- Minister of the Crown in the House of Commons is to acknowledge the receipt of it. I am content
mount duty which a bivilised Government owes to bound to show outward respect to it as an institu- to leave my speech and your letter to the judgment
its people is the enforteetient of law and order, and tion, in the same manner and to the same extent as of the public.
that till this condition is secured even redress of a Minister who riay happen to be a Peer is bound to I am, yours respectfully,
grievances and new schemes of policy are secondary show respect to the House of Cdimmlon as an insti. JOHN BRIGHT.
objects. For law and order are the first reasons for tution. I am not unreasonable enough to ask for The Right Hon. the Earl of Carnarvon, Madeira.
which kings reign and Parliaments are assembled justice or moderation in your estimate of the conduct
and civilized communities exist; and when life and and motives ot the House of Lords. There is noth-
property ate not safe I fail tq see what useful pur- ing new in unjust or immoderate judgments; but I T Bi lTl s B "
po"e a Governmniit fulfils. You, however not only it is gew, and even monstrous, that a Minister of1 0 iCl ay
give a preference to schemes of theoretical reform the CroWn should, with the full use of his official po- ,. = ,
over the maintenance of law -andorder, but you sition, inflame the passions of a popular meeting' -A T .1"ai T3 1 5.. AZV, A T" A S
appear to go even a step beyond this. Your gentle against an institution which is only one degree legs 0 0a P.V T
reproofs fell like balm on the lawless breaker of bound up with the Ife of the Constitution than the
contracts pon the secret society's man, on the hired Crown itself. WILL GIVE AN F
murderer, on the coveter ofhis neighbour's property, You are pleased to tell us that the House of Lords T "T I. T Tm
on the treasonable agitator, on the rebel in intention, cannot be a permanent institution in a free country; IN '[ ER TJ.A IN M EIVI Ii IN 'J '
if not in act; while you reserve your scathing denuu- but as you have appealed so largely to 'Ihistory,' I
ciations for the unhappy owner of land who finds may remind you that it has already lived its centuries, f tfle L I CE 1UJ , r
.ais life int peril it he attempt to enforce the business exceeding in duration even the House of Commons ;
o oneracts into which he has entered with his fellow- that it is inseperably intermingled with some of the ON THE FOLLOWING EVENINGS:
subjects under the solemn sanction of the law. proudest memories of the English nation-of her t__ I T 1 A _AY e1 rd s
Such a man, whether he has succeeded to his pro- greatest statesmen, captains, lawyers, Churchmen; by u J 1.A. Y F 3r d o
Serty through long descent of. father and son or and that, though it has been often threatened by o 1 h c
as acquire it few years ago on the invitation and orators not inferior to yourself, it has outlived their Lt.
faith a parliamentary procedtire finds it hard to denunciation, as I trust it will outlive yours. a
understand why.4 ditnction is now made between iou have often precdhed a crusade against aris- .
one kind of property and another; still harder to tocracy' whether as a class or a principle; but the s
understand how a grave rMinister should use the class will probably long survive both you and we --- "
combined weight of his practised rhetoric and official and all the generation to whom your speech was To commence with
influence to break down the slender bulwarks which addressed; and the principle in its best sense is as 1 a
separate all that be, perhaps, has iv the world from true a part of nature and as indestructible now that D eaf as ooSt
the violence of agrarian intimidation and club law. the world is old as when it was young. The desire 7 k
I was prepared for a wide difference of opinion to found a family, the pride in ancestral renown, Followed by fi
between ts on thAese uestiotns but What I confess the ambition to crown past with resent honors, will n "
has astonished me a the preliminary proposition be now, as they have been in all times, the noblest THE oLITTL fo .EB I-EL. i
which, as a servant of the Crown, you thought fit to inducements to noble action, and if ever there was ___
lay down in your advice to the Liberal club at Bir- an assembly which, subject to the defects of all By kind permission of Colonel Adams and
mingham. You are reported to have said that human institutions, was the goal and property of all By kind permission o. olonel Adamt and
almost all the greatest crimes in history have been the popular and democratic excellences that have Officers of the 86th, a portion of their Fine
committed, and almost all the greatest galamitaes in sprung into being under that Constitution which you Band will be in attendance.
history have been broightipot misnkind bythe direct apparently desire to reolutionise, it is the House Tickets may be obtained from W. H. WIL-
Instrumentality of monarchs and statesmen,' and that of Lords. KINON, Bailey's Bay, and at the door on the j
ybo prefer the judgment of an intelligent and moral It is seemingly an inexpiable sin in your eyes that nights of performance.
people who have no ambition to go wrong, who are some or many -of its members should be large land- Reserved Seats 2/, Second Seats 1/.
not subject to the temptations of monarchs and owners; and, indeed, I find it difficult to distinguish Doors open 7'30 p.m. Performance corn- l
*iatesmtneti, and who. It they'err, err from ignorance which, in your opinion is the greater offence-the mencos at 8 p.m.
and mistake. This last exquisite picture of human possession of land or a seat in the House of Lords. JaI nuary 24, 1881 .-4 3p
erfection 'or perfectibility is-t confess it in all Whether by your unqualified denunciations of Eng- J
htumlity-so ntew to me that Will tnot discuss it. It lish and Irish landowners you are likely to conciliate I -* 1
tay, perhaps, have a place in Plato's Republic, but men's minds and to smooth the way towards that I j ust -ROece Tved
it has now, for along time, been unknown and un- Land Bill which it is understood you design as ai
fitted to this rough world. Nor need I now trouble message of peace to a distracted country, you and AII.OIO S Board SCISSORS Flax S E1)
myself with the'defence of statesmen. They are a your colleagues must judge. But if I follow your I T''nnie s B \'TS mand I A Ll.
Very wide and indefinite class, and nay, by some, be example and turn to 'history,' I suspect that some iorse CLIP ,l'I~.'S Toi'ot GL 1S'. 1
held to include demagogues as well as the sober of the greatest landowners may claim a share in the hit Bshes itter Cu ips
advisers of kins and Parliaments. Nor need I civilization of their country and the improvement of. Whtewh Bru s P
enter on an historical refutation of your charge their generation. Possibly even your reading of Wire Nippers Water Coni
against monarchs in general, except to say that any history may find a page for a Duke of Bridgwater Slop Ke-t'es Watering iPots o
one who can make such a sweeping assertion either who consented to povertyin order to enrich a county; Stamped .Measures
knows little of history or has read it to very little for a Lord Leicester, who turned the sands of Nor- Gelotine Loze. es and Conversati mn
purpose. There was a long period when the histo- folk into a region of agricultural fertility; for a Lord Camphor ( um Arabic 4
rian of Rome has declared that the civilised world Sterling, the great settler of Nova Scotia; for a P rown Ginger Vassihinoe
enjoyed under iti almost absolute rulers greater Lord Selkirk who couldyears ago foresee the future (, ,.nin 'sa ,id Tonic
happiness than at any other time; the work of importance of a now flourishing province; for the .. ... ,1
J mstinian has survived him by thirteen centuries; Roman Catholic Lord Baltimore, the planter of Kerosene Stovsind Furniture
por have the Henrys and Edwards, the Alfred, the Maryland ; and though an untitled man, yet one not Beefl ron and .Vino
Elizabeth, and the Victoria of our own country de- unfriendly to courts and royalty, the Quaker, William Indian Ilood y run p
served so ill of the world that they can be classed Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania. Perhaps, to, if Blue Mottled S0.\ 1'
among the authors of the greatest historical crimes I may venture to propose a descent from the abstract \Wire and Tin Dl)ish Covers
and calamities. But why multiply inexhaustible heights of 'history' to the somewhat commonplace Sets Bed Room Furniture
examples ? It would be a waste of time to argue observation of every-day life, you will on inquiry Beds liolsters I'illows
on such a proposition, and I have no desire to dis- learn that many of the largest properties in that Bedsteads Chairs Cots
pate on the personal or private opinions which you Ireland which furnishes you with so many texts on Child's Currilges WIhtnots
or anyone may hold on the relative merits or deme- the oppression and misdeeds of landowners-even Childs Ca, ges tnot
rits of particular forms of Government. What I though they are held by peers and country gentle- Cribs, &c., &c., &c.
desire to protest against is the use of such language men-are the best managed and the most free from 0. H ROBINSON.
- t*,he mouth of a Minister holding high office under poverty and reproach. 45 Front t., I lamillon
theCrown. There is an abundance of bad prece- But I need not pursue an argument which really 45 Front t., amion
dents to be found for almost every kind of bad or has not two sides to it. Men will, doubtless, always 1st Feby., i3I.
"foolish speech in our constitutional history of the differ as to the relative merits of monarchs and re-
last two centuries, but I doubt whether anyone can publics, of aristocratic and democratic forms-of gov- i t tJ. J C. K E EN E Y I
be produced to match the language which you, while ernment and will judge wisely or foolishly, fairly or A d
a Minister, have thought it not unbecoming to use. unfairly, according to their temper and sense of Are to be fou d
Decency, at least, and the outward respect due to justice. But none except the most prejudiced will A Handsome selection of
the person of the monarch, have been considered by accept conclusions so sweeping and indiscriminate _
all Ministers till now to impose some restriction as those which you have made, or believe, in opposi.- B h la 7- i.
upon their words in public; and if they conscientiously tion alike to history and the evidence of their senses, 4lh" ( (kn./ s', .
objected to the monarchical principle they have that ancient classes and institutions, because they ITU S VAL T S
considered themselves debarred from the acceptance incur your reprobation, deserve to be overridden by Scrap PICTU E S and VALEN INES
*of office. In no case-so far as I can remember- the democratic hippogriff on which you have mounted -
have they, while sharing and advising in the counsels Many great changes have occurred in the genera- A L (1,
of their Sovereign, thought themselves' free to de- tion in which you have been a prominent actor; A fresh Supply of La lies' and Children's
ounce as the cause of the greatest human crimes many further changes may occur. But as yet the '1
,and calamities an institution which in English fabric of the ancient Constitution of Government by B oots Shoes
thought is inseparably associated with the person which liberty was secured and the rights and powers
who represents it. I cannot leave you the excuse of the different estates balanced under the authority e St a ilton 2
of a hasty or unpremeditated utterance. A Minister and control of the Sovereign remain in its outward ed t ailo.
of your political experience and high gifts of elo- forms erect and unimpaired. We have no desire,
quence cannot be supposed to indulge in idle plati- except by fair argument, to interfere with the doe- Jt received a furth r Suppl o that f ous
tudes, orat a critical moment like the present to terines of those who seek to destroy this-the IFUR', speak with the stammering lips of a novice on his levellerss and Republicans' of our time, secret or ..lack i,.ed an,, Green 'TEAS.
first hustings. I deny, therefore, that you have avowed: but we do say that they who profess such lak iean re lE
theright, so long as you occupy the position which opinions have no placein the councils ot monarchy. J. C. KEE.NE Y,
you now hold 'by favour of the Crown,' to use They occupy the citadel, but they are not the garri- I Reid Street.
language which may be fitting in the mouth of a son; they are really enemies, to whom I will not 1,, 2
Republican, but is irreconcilable with the A B C of here assign a harsher name. i l"ebrnay 1, i .-2
constitutional or any other monarchy; and if, indeed In conclusion, I will only add in what I have now 3 1
such are your deliberate opinions, you must forgive said I am not assailing the principle of democracy anted fior LondoOn,
me for saying whatever may be your abilities or or desiring to limit the fair and full scope. Rightly
public eminence, you are in a position false to understood, it has its part in our form of government, I 0 T T 0 E
yourself as an individual, misleading to the nation, and the greatest thinkers and statesmen have endea- Iu 0 N Y P E 0
and therefore destructive to that public morality to poured to combine in harmonious proportions the From English Seed,
which every statesman is bound to pay regard. You everlasting principles of monarchy, aristocracy, and
are attemptingto combine a double andincompatible democracy. My object in this remonstrance is to In boxes of 56 Ibs. for which market price will

allegaince, and you set an example, which, if it is protest against the public repudiation of two of these be paid ; delivered now or before 15th February.
followed, will make constitutional and Parliamentary principles by one who, by the office which he has S M L A M AS T RS.
government impossible. There are certain limits undertaken, is bound to be a faithful guardian of the SAn A. MAS ERS.
within which long custom and the genius of Eng- CorLtitution and its integrity. January 31, 1881.-3 pd

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Cotoniat secretary8s Ojkwe.
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 ofall
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these tIlands.
(In force to 31st July, 1882.)
3 Colonial Secretary.

Notice to Importers of
English Goods, via New York.-

'pHE through rate 33/ per ton weight and'
S 33/ per, ton measurement from the Port
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Proposed Sailings 1881.
Liverpool to New York. New York to Liverpool.
-- 1881.
Italy, Wed. Dec. 22- Sat. Jany. 8, 11 a.m.
Erin, Wed. Jany. 6 22, 9-80 a.m.
England, 12 29, 8 p.m.-
Egypt, 26 Feb. 12, 3 p.m.
Helvetia, Feby. 2 19, 8 a.m.
Spain, 9 26, 3 p.m.
Italy 4 16 Mar. 5, 8-30 a.m.
Erin, 23 12, 18813 p.n i
London to New York. New York to London.
*Denmark,Wed. Dec.22 Wed. Jany. 12, 3 p.m.
*France, Friday Jany. 7 Thurs. Jany. 27, 2.p.m.
Greece, Saturday Jan. 15 Feby. 3, 8 a.m.
Canada, Wed. Jany. 26 Wed. Feb. 16, 6 a.m.
*Denmark, Wed. Feb. 9 Mar. 2, 6 a.m.
The Steamers Holland, France and Den-
mark will not carry Passengers.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday for Qucenstown and Liv-
erpool, and weekly for London direct, from New
Pier 39, North River. Rates of passage, in
currency. To Queenstown and Liverpool $501
to $70. To Londou direct (Victoria Docks),
$50 to $60; excursion tickets $100, currency.
Steerage passage $2(N currency. For further'
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WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at g10 LADY MCCLINTOCK wishes to let her friends
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the o know that, during the absence of the Flagship, they
-31st Jany. and 6th Feby. 1SS1: height above the sea will always find her AT HOME, on Wednesday after-
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. noons, from 3 o'clock.

Date. There is evening service in Trinity Church
S. every Friday at 7 o'clock, when those, who cannot
1881 E hear the Rev. Mr. Yearsley on Sunday, may have
'. I General Remarks. an opportunity of doing so. -
Feb. s --------,------ --
Noon Fe b c Froln the West Indies.
31 WWw 46 61 29-88( 0"00 Fine, cloudy,hazy The R.M. Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw, from
Fb. 1 s 3,65 60 29-870 000 Fine, hazy Jamaica on Wednesday last, and le't on following
2 sw 667 62 29570 0-00 Cloudy. hazy day for 1lalifax.
8 WNW 457 55 29-660 0-11 Fine. cloudy We are indebted to Captain Shaw for copious
4 0 Oj55 55 29'55C 0-06 Thick, rainy, cold files of Jamaica papers. We have our usual Ex.
5 Nw 655 54 29-6800"15 Cold, squally changes from the other Islands.
6 NNW 552 52 29'8600'14- Cold, squally
JOSEPH6US PERINCHIEF. The U. S. War Steamer Tennessee, 30 guns, bear-3
OEPU PER E. ing the flag of Admiral Wyman, Capt. Harmony,
11 days from St. Thomas, arrived at Jamaica on
,t ) l (1 S h the 23rd ult., and was immediately placed in Quar-
'getUHI UM i anU\tine, but was released and came up to Kingston
on the 26tb. She is to coal and as it was like-
ly she would remain in port some days after, the
Hamnilton, February 8, 1881. Kingstonians and others are in hopes that Admiral
McClintock, in his ship the Northampton, will arrive
CUSTOM H-OUSE- -AMILTO. before the departure of Admiral Wyman, as there
CUSTOM HOUSE- AMILTOiN. would then be a pleasant exchange of courte-
ENTERED sies, naval and social, between the English and
7-British Steamer Tweed, Willies. from the Mediter- American men-of-war assembled there and at Port
ranean bound to Baltimore; called for coal.-Agents, Royal.
J. T. Darrell & Co. The U. S. Steamer Kearsage, before reported in
eb. 1-. S. Laslle chaltimoreE; 5. tonspig Quarantine, was released on the 26th, an, came up
Feb. 1-S. S. Laseelles, Inch, Baltimore; 5.0tons pig to Kingston with the Tennessee. t
iron, 480 bags rags, 23 cases drugs. to Kingston with the Tennessee.
5--Italian S. S. Egadi, Naccarrf, New Yorkl; inward The Revenue of the Island of Jamaica for the
cargo, sulphur, &c. year ending 80th Sept. 1880, was 220,952 11/111,
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. for thesame period in the preceding year it was
ENTERED. 2249024.
Feb. 2-Brazilian Barque Visconde de Levamento, Penny Saving Banks, in connection with Public
Cina, Pernambuco; 350 tons sugar and old r.etal; Schools, have been commenced in Jamaica and
in distress.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. promises to be a success. The children are thus
l8hr. Mstfery. Babin, Halifax; assorted cargo. 'taught a lesson of thrift.
3-. te aer Beta, Shaw,ard. Jamaica; ails &. The McDougall Company of Comedians are en-
BriAt. Susan Gilmore, Clifford, returned -Agents, abled to pay a rental of 6 per night in Jamaica,
W. 0. Hyland & Co and notwithstanding this heavy expenditure they
5-Barque Florence Peters, Mumford, Pensacola; have engaged to spend another month in that Island.
200 At. feet flooring hoards; in distress.-Agents, McDowell wished to bring his Company to Bermu-
W. C. Hyland & Co. da, but was very prudently advised not to do so, as
7-Barque Matilda C. Smith, Bulmer, Londonderry; the probable receipts here would certainly not meet
ballast; in distress.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. the outlay of such a Company.
CLEARED. On the 17th inst., an arrest was made in this city
Feb. 3-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax; mails, by Sub-Inspector Samuels, of a man who deserted
Mail Steamer Flamborough, Fraser, New York ; 365 some time since from the "Sparrowhawk," survey-
bls. potatoes, 48 boxes tomatoes, 2 boxes beets. 75 ing schooner in H.M's. service, then at Black River. i
cases liquorice, 60 casks ram, and 830 bales cotton The deserter took away with him X90.-Jamaica
from stranded ship N,.nquam Ltornio. QGleaner, Jan.94.
g The Schr. Meteor leaves to-day for Martinique. GRENADA--The Chronicle of this Island'says :-
PASSENGERS ARRIVED. The health of our Colony is as good as could be
In the R. M. Steamer Beta from Jamaica for Ber- desired."
muda:-Mrs. Simpson, wife of Major Simpson, R. The prospects of the crops are not favorable-too
A., and child, t'rs. Rigby. For Halifax-Messrs. C. much rain-ravages oi the canefly, and mildew.
E. Bow-ard, George Ritchie. From Bermuda-Mr. At the end of the year they had a surplus in the
E. F. Kennedy. 2nd Cabin. Sergt.-Major Heard, Treasury of upwards of 5,000 to the credit of the r
.A., wife and child, Staff Clerk Pye, wife and child. Colony.
PASSENGERS SAILED The Acting Medical Officer for the West-
Tn the Maifteamer Flamhoroufh on Thursday last ern District, Doctor J. H. Shannon, has been
'for New York :-Mrs. and Miles, Messrs. G. A. tried before Mr. Police Magistrate Roche and found
Beardsley, R. W. Derby. S. S. Ingham, Jr.. C. T. guilty ot having "unlawfully and maliceously dis-
Whiting and Richard Girch, Captains Schulize and c o e a revolver at Richard C. lunt,
LuckenbachandCaptainMay. of Brigt. "Kitty Clyde." charged loaded revolver at Richard C. Hunt,
-2nd Cabin, Theodore Schultze. Corporal of Police, with intent to do him grievous
3ark Florence Petrs," Captain umfod from bodily harm." The Magistrate said he considered it
JBark "Florence Peters," Captain Mumfods duty to commit r. Shannon to prison to ap-
Pensaeola bound to Boston with p. p. flooring, arrived his duy to commit Dr. Shannon to prison to ap-
in 5 Fathon.Hole on Friday evening in distress, leak- pear before the Supreme Court in February to stand
ing badly, hull strained, with loss of sails, &c., was his trial. Dr. Shannon offered bail, but the magis-
towed into St. Georges on following day and is dis. trate refused to take any.
chargin (argo. Has been cut 32 days anrd within 150 ST. THoMAs-Yellow Fever and small pox prevail
miles of destination and experienced fearful gales and in this island.
intense cold, which made immense masses of ice on the
vessel so that it became dangerous to her safety.- TRINIDAD. -Number of persons that arrived from
Agents, W. 0. Hyland & Co. abroad in this Island in 1880 was 15,478-depar-
rque Viscondo de Levameto" Capt. Carrarei tures 5225.
from, ledrnam'uce, bound to e New York. with sugar, 'The rumcur of yellow fever prevailing at this Is-
was towed into St. George's on Wednesday last, leak- land is said,by the Barbados Herald" of the 10th
ing so as to keep the pumps incessantly going, lost ultimo, to be without foundation.
spars, sails and rigging ; has been out 49 days and BARBADOS.-Great indignation is expressed by
within 50 miles of New York, was compelled to throw the press of the Island, in consequence of the
overboard about 900 bags sugar to lighten the ship, Secretary of State for the Colonies having ap.
one man died five days before arrival, from exhaustion pointed three English Barrist ers to situations in
at the pumps Is discharging cargo, for repairs.- Barbadosne to be Judge of Bri dgeto i tuatons in
Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. Barbados, one to be Judge of Bridgetown Petty
henW uCHatildaC.d oth, Bulnr, master, ren Dept. Court, the second to be Police Magistrate of
The larque Matilda C. Smith, Bulmer, master, Ircm District C, and a third to be Police Magistrate
Londonderry, Iteland, bound to New York, in ballast, of District "D." When they consider that they
out 90 days, anchored in Five Fathom Hole on Sunday ve e consider tht they
last, in want of provisions, &c., has been on the coast ve q y'. Barrsters and men fully equal to
four times, and blown off; and has experienced con.tin- the woth, already ni Barbados, and men now holding
ued heavy westerly gales the whole passage.-Agents, acting appointments in the several positionsjas can
W. C. Hyland & Co. well be found elsewhere.
H. M. S. Northampton, bearing the Flag of Vict- General Gamble had returned to Barbados.
Admiral Sir Francis Leopold McClintock, Kt., F.R.S., From a Special Currespondent.
&a., &c., left Antigua for St. Kitts at 9 a.m., of the
17th ultimo, where she arrived on the 18th. HAYTI.-His Excellency President Salomon and
H. M. S. Forester, at Grand Kay, Turks' Islands his amiable wife have returned from their tour in
from Jamaica on the 15th ult., and left on a cruise on the South when they were received with great re-
the 16th. joining in Port-au-Prince. On the 8th inst., the

The British steamer Tweed, Capt. F. Willies, from
Ibe Mediterranean, bound to B lItirmore, arrived here
on Saturday last for a supply of coal. On Friday
the 4th instant, then about 150 miles eastward of
Bermuda, tell in with the Austrian barque Anna
G., Captain A. A. Golubnvich, in a sinking
state, and took from her her captain and crew. The
A. G. was from Cete, which place she left on the
15th of November last, ladened with salt, and was
bound to Boston : had been up to near Nantucket
Shoals, but was driven off and sprung a leak on
27th January.

R. 1. Y. C. BACEs.-Theo Races advertised to taep.
place on Friday last, and t'ostponed in consequence of
the unfavorable weather, ate to take place to-day.

SETTLED BY AnnITRATION.-The claim of the
crew of the gig boat Florence for services rendered
the ship Nunquam Dormio and cargo on the 10th
day of December 1880, was decided by arbitration
last Friday. M. A. M. Frith, Esq., of Hamilton,
was the arbitrator for the crew of the gig, and
Joseph 1f. Hayward, Esq., was arbitrator for the
ship, cargo, and all concerned. After hearing the
"statement of the crew, which was accepted by the
captain of the ship, and by the representative of the
Underwriters, the arbitrators made the following
award;- "Tq Joseph Smith, representing the owners
and crew of the gig boat Florence for services ren-
dered the said ship rand cargo by conveying on board
the said ship in the said boat the said Brazilla Con-
sins, late master, by his request, during the preval-
ence of a very heavy storm, at the risk of life and
property the sum of. ONE 1 UDmrED AND FORTY
The arbitrators directed that this sum be paid
within 15 days from the date of the award.-Colo-
nist, Feby. 3.

To the Editor of the Poyal Gazette.
DEAR SIR,-Now that the City Fathers' have
gladdened the hearts of those who live in the
neighbourhood of Mr. Talbots' residence by placing,
a lamp on the corner opposite that gentleman's
door, the next step should be towards improving
the road or street leading north from there towards
the Brunswick House and making it comfortably
passable at all times to the traveller in that direc-
During the past few weeks this road has been al-
most unfit for travel on account of pools of water
lyiurg ev(ry few -tops throughout its length, and
this fact being commonly known it is astonishing
that it should have been allowed to remain so long
in its resent condition. TRAVELLER.
Feby. 5th, 1881.

merchants of Port-au-Prince gave a grand ball to
the President. It was a brilliant affair at which
there were over 300 guests, among whom were the
members of the Corps Diplomatiques, the Secretaries
of S4ate, the Officers of H. M. S. "Druid" and the
elite of Port-au-Prince. At the banquet several
patriotic speeches were given.
The President entertained the officers of H. M.S.
'Druid" a few days ago, who seemed quite delight-
ed with their stay at Port-au-Prince. Peace is
throwing a brilliant aspect over everything, so that
the gloom which clouded business is being dispersed.
It is admitted on all sides that General Salomon is
equal to the occasion.
On the 9th instant, the President and suite visited
T-H. M. S. Druid." and after spending some time on
boar('., on leaving the Ship, he was saluted in real
good British ftashion-the sound of those English
guns was very refresbing.-The "Druid" will leave
here shortly for a cruise round the Island of Hayti,
then go to Jamaica.
On the 17th instant there was a grand Mass
in the Cathedral for the reception of a new Bishop,
in addition to the Arch-Bishop, who is now here.
The President Was present and was received by the
Arch-Bishop with great distinction-about 80
priests took part in the ceremony that day being
the closing of the Synod.

TUBKS' ISLANDS.-J. J. Fiitb, Esq., will please
accept our thanks for a file of the Turks' Islands
Royal Standard up to the 22nd ultimo.
Messrs. Frimh & Murphy's Salt Circular of the
22nd states that, the demand for the Staple has
been fairly active during the month, and some
170,000 bushels ol coarse, and 35,000 bushels fish-
ety salt has been exported, including 3 vessels in
port to complete loading, having about 500,000
bushels still on hand. Prices, 81 cents for coarse,
10J cents for steam ground fishery salt. Ponds
in forward condition, early commencement of new
crop probable.
1879. 1880.
Exl;trts,................. 16,0615 11 3 24,753 3 3
Imports,............. 21,938 19 8 24,729 2 5
Salt Exror;ed .......596,000 935,406
Salt.ors in case of derelict Schr. J. E. iidgway,
awaided 40 "er cent. on gross sales.
Vice-Admiral Hfalligan, the French Naval Com.,
mander-in-Chief in the Antilles, in his Flag Ship
"the Mayicienne, was at Cuba.
BUiNES TROUBLE.-A schedule of assignmei t
was filed in the Court of Comionu Pleas, yesterday,
as lollnws: :Ric a!(d W. Hay ward and Frederick
D. S. Nash--tirin name R. W. Hayward & Co., to
Alexander Melhado. Liabilities, $23,605 12;
nominal asset?, $9,374 48; actual assets, $6,058 2,
-New York 11erald, January 27.

The following is a statement of the sums collect-
ed at Bermuda in 1879-80.
A. T. D. Nettleton, H.MS. Terror ...... 0 5 0
Mrs. Nettleton........................ 0 5 0
Offertories H. M. S. Bellerolphn........ 3 10 0
Offertories, H. M. Dockyard............ 2 0 0
A. Vizard, Esqr...................... 0 10 0
Dr. IH. M. Levinge, R. N. Hospital .... 0 10 0
W. A.M .............................. 0 5 0
Tithe gift ..... ....................... 0 10 0

7 15 0
Mrs. and Miss Lee .................... 0 0
Mrs. and Miss Eve.................. 0 7 6
T. Middleton, Esqr.................. 0 5 0
M rs. Reid............................ 0 10 6
A. Friend.............................. 0 6 0
Annonymous ......................... 0 7 6
L. and B ............................ 0 4 0

2 5 -6
Captain Puzey, R.E .................... 0 5 0
Lieut. Thompson, R. E................. 0 10 0
Lieut. Whistler, 99th Regiment......... 0 5 0
Lieut. Johnson, 99th Regiment.......... 0 10 0

1 10 0
The collectors are earnestly-requested to renew
their efforts and the aid of additional volunteers is
as anxiously solicited : observing that the Reader
divides his time equally between the ARMY AND
All sums collected should be sent to me on or be-
fore the 1st March, that they may be included in
the London Annual Report.
lor,y. Treay. and Secretary.
31st Jany., 1881. Ireland Island.

(Published in this Gazette by request of the Institute.)
This Society held its first meeting for the new
year at its House, 7, Adelphi Terrace, London, on
the 3rd of January,. the Vice-President in the chair.
The Honorary Secretary (Captain F. Petrie) re-
ported that upwards of a hundred members and
Associates had joined during the year now ended
of whom a very large proportion,-nearly one-half
-were Indian, Colonial and American, and the
total strength of the Institute was now nearly 900
including many English and Colonial prelates. Se-
veral leading scientific men at home and abroad
had written papers for the Society in furtherance of
its objects,-namely, the investigation of philoso-
phical and scientific questions, especially those said
to militate against the truth of Revelation. The
new arrangements enabled foreign and colonial
members, and leading scientific men in any country
to receive proof copies of the papers, and to give
their opinions in MS.; these were 'afterwards com-
bined with the discussions at the meetings held in
London, and the result was an inhancement of the
interest and value of the quarterly Journal; and
Colonial applications for admission as guinea Asso.
ciates were becoming very numerous. A paper no
The Early Destinies of Man" was then read by
Mr. J. E. Howord,F.R.S., F.L.8, &c., in which hbe
considered the Early Destinies of Mankind as view-
ed by Science, Philosophy, and Religion. Science, so
highly tolbe esteemed and valued, especially in re-
gard to the created universe, was first reviewed
when considering the existence of matter; she
however naturally failed when we came to consider
the beginning of things and the cause and creation
of matter. Philosophy was, for obvious reasons, an
unsafe and certainly an unpractical guide. Reli-
gion or Divine Philosophy alone seemed to lead our
inquiries to a satisfactory result. As regards man
the description in Scripture of his original destinies
represented him as worthy of his high original, but
fallen therefrom. This whole account was reflected
in the various traditions of the nations of the world
and embodied, though distorted, in its great religi-
ous systems. The present attempts to supersede or
set aside the religious history of mankind wai
fraught with mischievous consequences, and was in
itself eminently unreasonable. The whole course
of history refuted the figment of man raising himself:
by slow degrees to the conception of a Supreme
Being. As far back as we could trace, the earliest
ideas of man led to the diligent study of the hea-
venly bodies, and bore marks of high culture and
of strong religious tendencies. In conclusion, the
author considered that the early destinies of man
foreshadowed the completion of his history.

A few days ago we mentioned that the Russians
had complained to the British Government that the
Government of India had not respected that neutra-
lity in Central Asian affairs which, under certain
conditions, had been agreed to between Mr Glad-
stone and Count Schouvaloff. Their complaint was
founded upon the conduct of Major Butler, an offi
cer in the English Army, who, during a term o
leave of absence from his regiment in India, had
penetrated to Turkestan and taught the Tekke Tur
comans the arts of Eurppean warfare. They also
suspected that Major Butler had gone further thai
merely teaching the Tekkes military drill and the
construction of fortifications, and had been the mean:
of introducing among the clans English weapons o
war of a superior description. The Russian state
ments and suspicions have now been verified by nc
less a personage than Major Butler himself. In
letter to the Globe (London) he avows that three
years ago lie explored Turkestan and made accurate
mape of the territory In the Province of Akhol he
made surveys for military purposes. He also taugh
the Turcomans how to fortify Geok-Tepe, and wa
indirectly the cause of death of one commander wh<
tried to reduce it, ILomakin. Major Butler sayr
that if the Russians under Skobcleff succeed in re
during Geok-Tepe, they will have to encounter tw<
more fortifications equally strong before they read
Merv. He denies that Turkestan around Geok
Tepe is a barren wilderness. On the contrary, it i
a lovely, fertile, and pastoral country, inhabited bs
hardy races, who, if coniquered, could furnish 100,
000 fighting men to Russia's Central Asian armies

Major Butler's confessions are damaging to the
reputation of England for good faith, and she wil
certainly hear more about them from the jealous
Government dominated by the White Czar. Why
Major Butler should make them at all, knowing
that he muet compromise his own countrymen by
doing so, it would be difficult to understand if we
-did not remember that he has a grievance, and owen
Lord Lytton's Government in India a grudge be-
cause it "threw him over" and discountenanced his
operations in Tinrkestau.

Recent telegrams from England record heavy
storms throughout the country, and especially ii
London. One of the most notable storms by which
London has been visited is that of 1703 when the
loss in the city was calculated at two million pounds
Later great storms in Leodon are those of 1838 and
1861. It would appear that the last storm was ac-
companied by heavy rains in the Thames valley,
which led to the overflowing of the river. Since
embankment between Westmiuister, Lambeth, and
Blackfriars, thie Thames has been subject to over-
flow between Lambeth anid London Bridges, and as
the Houses of Parliament are upon its low bank
the flooding of the land they occupy is not at all re-

The Duke of Wellington once sai(l with reference Mr. Morris,the Directorofthe Botanical Gardens
to a Kaffir war, "England cannot afford to have a and Goverrment Plantations in Jamaica, is Jorn-
little war." Ever since, except in the Crimen, we ing to aec'itnt the experience he gained in the
have been having nothing else. We are particularly growth of chinchona, while holding a similar ap.
unfortunate in Africa. No sooner are we out of pointrrentin Ceylon. The cultivation of chinchona
one trouble than we are in another. We are gain- which has been proceeding satisfactorily for some
ing Irish victories over the Easutos, at. tre end of nime past il Jamaica, is now so successfully carried
which we are not so well off as we were before. The on that that island will shortly become one of the
Basutos fire repulsed every time they attack us, but principal producers of this value commodity. At
then they come again and again. We have also the sales of chinchona bark in November last, 180
an exceedingly troublesome dispute, which has lust bags of Jamaica berk were offered for sale and dis-
broken out in a fresh place, with the Dutch Boers posed of, the red and brown barks obtaining as on
of the Transvaal. Of course we shall be masters in former occasions, better prices than either Cey-
the end, we always are, only there is always a ques- Ion or East Indian barks, with the exception of the
tion at the end of these little affairs. In Afghanis- good renewed" red from Madra., But while th
tan it is Candahar and 10,000 men. In Africa it whole of the Jamaica bark was sold, it may be no
is going to be 10,000 men to hold a country which that at the same sales out of 732 packages of Cey
we had great difficulty in getting, and which was bark 680 only were sold, and only 9 out of 61 pack-m
more difficult to get rid of than to get. The Boers ages were disposed of. It is obvious from the above
were once very troublesome in our midst, so we figures that the Jamaica bark obtains such good
sent them over the Vaal, and acknowledged what prices from its good quality and not from any scarl
they called the Transvaal Republic. The Boers city of bark in the market. The three principa-
made themselves troublesome neighbours to the varieties of bark grown in Jamaica are the grey or
Zplus, and took possession of some of the best of brown bark (C. qfficinalis) the red bark (U. succiru-
Cetywayo's territory. We had to interfere and to bra) and a species known as "yellow bark." With
arbitrate, and in the end we decided that the land respect to the last named there is some doubt
was Cetywayo's, but that the Boers had had it so whether it is or not the bark ordinarily known, as
long that they should continue to enjoy it under the yellow bark (Calisaya) of commerce. Theprices
British protection. For this some Poers felt so realised-namely, 4/2 to 4/5 point to the conclusion
grateful that they got up an agitation for annExa- suggested as Mr. Morris observes in one of-his re-
tion, and somehow or other, without any vote of ports, by their appearance in all plantations, that
the people, we annexed them. The Beoers have these trees are a hybrid variety between C. offeina.
quietly kept up the demand for their freedom, and lis and C. succrirubra: This is evidenced also by
as we did not grant it they bave taken it and re-es- the analysis, which yields about two per cent. of
tnh)shb(d theirRepublic. Of course they will he sulphate of quinine and three per cent. of sulphate
beaten, but it means money, and we wish to know of chinchonidine-these figures closely approaching
why England is to be called upon to send troops those of the Jamaica bark. One of these hybrid
out to Africa every now and then to protect people plants tray now bg seen in the Economic House at
who are man for man and family for family better Kew. The great success of the chinchona cultiva-
off than ourselves. We cave a Constitution to the tion in Jamaica should lead to further extension of
Cape of Good Hope which has not been well or wise- i this branch of industry in the .West Indies, more
ly used. We have tried to set up a Confederation especially as those barks which do not succeed so
and the attempt has been a failure. We got weli in India and Ceylon seem to flourish admir-
a larger territory in South Africa than we need, ably in Jamaica. Mr. Thomas Whiffin reports that
and it only seems to tempt land grabbers to gel in- he has examined some bark of a cultivated plant of
to disputes with the natives and to brin nus into Bolivian calisaya, which yielded 7 per cent. of sul-
trouble. It would he well for us to measure the phate.of quinine-an amount hitherto unapproach-
acreagp of the British Empire and to see what it is ed by any South American bark. Plants of this
possible for us to do with what we have got, with- character, and others, such as the calisaya of Santa
out trceibling ourselves with acquiring millions of Fe and the hybrid variety of officinalis, with pube-
more acres,. It is just possible that some day there scent leaves to which Mr. J. E. Howard directed
will be a great comrriunity speaking the English attention as containing 6 per cent of quinine sul-
Sla-naun'e in South Africa, but we need not antici- pate and 5 per cent. of cinchonidine, and thecele-
pate tb' day by getting into trouble with every na- brated Chinchona ledgeriana of Java, are plants
tive trit)e which does net marrry, or carry arms, or wLidh should be at once put under cultivation in
'acknowledge our common law to our satisfaction. Jamaica. This Colony might then hope to compete
T'he point to which we are going is to fix upon the in a few years with the best barks produced in Java.
Exchequer a charge for an army in Africa. Sir -" Colonies and India."
Stafford Northcote was once good and just enough [Some Seed of the Chinchona" has been sent to
to fix a proportion of outlay to be paid by the Col. us and which we know to be genuine. Aayperson
onies for the Zulu War, but the precedent appa. desirous of trying this valuable plant in Bermuda
rently i;as not had a salutary effect can be supplied with some seed on' application.-
Ed. Bermuda Royal Gazette.]
The Daily Telegraph says that "twenty-seven years TORPEDO BOATS AT LARGE.
ago, almost to a day, Sir Hercules Robinson, then in An alarming rumour, but one not without the
his thirtieth year, sailed from England to undertake element of probability in it, comes from the west
the first Colonial Governorship entrusted to him by coast of South-America, communicated by some
e the responsible advisers of Her Majesty. He again shipmasters in the employ of the Pacific Steam
carries out with him the best wishes of his country- Navigation-Company. It appears that in the not
men, who know that the task with which the new always placid waters of the Southern Pacific three
o Governor of the Cape is charged is one which will test, large empiy launches" have been encountered float-
7 his ability to the utmost. If possible, he has to in- ing about, tenantless, and seemingly having no
e duce the Colonists to look at their own affairs particular object in view. Met in such a latitude,
through our spectacles, and while urging Federation the- empty craft excited some speculation and, it
o upon them to make them sink the differences which must be added suspicion. The skippers of the re-
repel them and keep them apart. In the existing spective steamers passed them by as carefully as if
d troubles with the Basutos and the Boers, Sir Her- they had been own sisters to the gruesome craft in
e cules will have to give advice as the representative which the Ancient Mariner beheld the phantom
r of a Power which will prehaps have occasion to couple throwing dice for his worthless life. They
a send Imperial troops upon a large scale beyond would not tQuch or take them in tow. The assump-
a the Vaal. If, again, the Colonists shall succeed in tion is that these erratic launches were torpedo
putting down the insurgent forces without any aid boats sent adrift by the Peruvians with the view
r from the molbher country, it is obvious that they will of entrapping to destruction some of the Chilian
feel but little disposition to follow advice emanating men-of-war in the same way that the Independenoia
s from a European source. The extreme difficulty of and the Loa were tempted by fruit-boats to submit
directing the Government of a colony, to which Sir themselves to the unpleasant process of being blown
J Henry Barkly gave representative institutions in up. Naturally enough such torpedo boats, sent
1872, in which the white population is largely out. loe to e waed hither and thither, might find
numbered by the black, and which, finally lies in close victims very different from those intended, and
r juxtaposition to two neighboring Crown colonies, hence the act mustibe pronounced altogether incon-
s cannot be over-estimated in words. The troubles sistent with th rules of civilized warfare.
m in the Transvaal lay outside his jurisdiction, but wih he arare.
e even in dealing with the Boers he may lend some TERRIBLE REVENGE.
f help to Sir George Colley. Already a demand has
e been made at Cape Town for the appointment of a At Tupelo, an out-station on the Mobile and Ohio
t Commissioner to the Transvaal; and it cannot be Railroad, dwelt a settler, his wife, and little
denied that the entire Colony has a distinct and daughter. One night, not long ago, this man shared
Stressing interest in a dicisive settlement of the ques- the hospitality of his cabin with two houseless tramps
tion. Sir He rcules Robinson, who must be fully and permitted them to sleep in the same room with
alive to the emergency, carries with him the confi- his family, the only apartment in the house in which
dence, not only of the Colonial Office, but also of his there was a fire-place. When all was quiet the
fellow-countrymen at home, who are never slack, villians, rose, admistered chloroform to 'the other
except when party passion blinds their judgment inmates, ransacked the shanty, strewed cotton
s to recognize merit in long tried and faithful public saturated with coal-tar over the floor,-set light to it
0 servants." and ran away, leaving the:r benefactor, his wife,
-- and child to be burnt to death'in their beds. The
(From a Paris Correspondent.) men of the township, twenty-five fierce and resolute
"But the greatest of all the stock of scandals in instruments of the wild justice of revenge, pursued
Sthe throes of an old society in course of disappear- the murderers and caught one of them. The other
. the throes of an ol society in course of isapp escaped. They took their prisoner, pinioned his
f ing, is that of Mie. Friedman. Only think that and bound him toastake. They made a stack
d this young wife-the grand daughter of Marshal farms, faggots aboutnd his bodya andke. wiThey made a stakouteremony
. Ney-the bravest of the brave, is in gaol for forgery, of pimpunctionts abouted his body, andlive, "Public ceremoveny
,od an her husband ato he Empress Eugenies igs he ges." says Lord Bacon, "are for the most part for-
n god-mo,,her, and her father was the Due de Persigny, tu' nae."- And again "The most tolerable sort of
e of second Empire notoriety-but whose title never revenge is for those wrongs which there is no law
s counted: indeed handles to names do not receive to remedy.' When an attempt wain ade to aper-
f any special respect in France; where worth alone suade Alphonse Karr that it was inexcusable, under
. makes the man. Mme. Friedman's husband is an rcumstances, to put a man to death, the witty
o Hungarian, who latterly lived by his wits, and aycrnchman replied, Then let Messieurs the assas-
a being a gambler and fast man upon town soon passed Frn ctan the example "
of,'m hnmilinttion tn crime ,, .n inS Set the example." ns










Their p!an was simply to forge the grandmother's
name to bills, renewing the paper by hook or by
crook. But the pitcher broke at last in its goings
to the well; no money was forthcoming to arrange
the renewals; the young wife's mother would lend
her name, "if she had a share of the discounts:" the
Empres.i Eugenic would not lend a franc to her
god-chill, so the bills were presented, disclaimed,
and prison followed. Had the Emperor been in the
flesh, lie would have paid the sum at once, as of late
years hik chief occupation was, to settle the debts of
his exti avagant and corrupt entourage, hence, why
France was left with unarmed fortresses, and her
military force limited to official returns. Marshal Le-
boeui m'ght well say on the eve of the outbreak of
the war, not a soldier's gaieter wanted a button-it
was only the gaiter wanted the soldier.

Prof. R. Falb,in one of his late lectures, attributes
earthquakes to subterranean volcanic outbreaks,
produced by the cooling action of the hot liquid in-
terior of the earth in conjunction with the attraction
of the sun and the moon. The Nature says that, in
support of his opinion, he cites the fact that most
earthquakes occur when the sun is nearest us, viz.,
in January ; fewest in June; also that the number
of earthquakes increases in the months of April and
October, because of the strong attraction of the sun
an March 21 and September 23. A new theory of-
earthquakes has been advanced by Dr. Novak He
considers that besides the rotation of the earth on
axis and its revolution round the sun, a multiplicity
off motions of the earth appear in space, in virtue
of which the earth's axis and the equator shift their
position. This causes a variation of the forces in-
fluencihng the earth's form, and the earth has the'
tendency to adapt itself to this change. Hio also
considers a change of form of the earth to occur
through the shifting of the poles and the equator,
and this may have effect some time afterward where
the crust of the earth is weak.


nuity, stimulated by' experiments made with a view to
tunnelling the bed of the British Channel, has put
forth an amazing project for cnonecting Great Britain
with the United States by a Transatlantic Railway I
Rejecting the -notion of driving a tuinel under the
ocean, astoo tedious and expensive, tho devisers pro-
pose to sink upon the Atlantic bed an iron tube some
3,000 miles long and 26 feet inr diameter, through
which two trains might travel simultaneously with
convenience and safety. As, however, this tube Would
be subjected to exterior water-pressure, equal to that of
about, 120 atmospheres, its casing will have to be at
least 18 inches thick. 1 ie tube is to consist of sections
each 160 teft in lengthl. Fivo such sections are to be
welded togethlicr upon firmly anchored pontoons, both
ends ot the length thus prepared for sinking being her.
metically closed, hbut in such sort that they can be
opened from within. Then the entire compartment,
800 teet long, is to be lowered into the sea by steel
chains, so that it should reach the.bottom, in immedi-
ate proximity to the section it is destined to join..The
junction will have to be effected by submarine work.
men ; and these processes will be started from the Ame-
rican coast, until the shores of Ireland shall be attained
by the mighty tube. Meanwhile the laying of rails,
telegraph wires, lighting and ventilation apparatus,
and so forth, will go on inside the tube as it grows
longer and larger. Mr. Edison believes' hat he gan
peoject an electric locomotive to draw the trains along
through the tube in 50 hours, from shore to shore, and
the cost of the whole line,"rolling stock included, is not
to exceed 160 millions sterling !!
Ellen Moriarty has just died in New York at the
age of 111 years. She was born at Killmallock,
County Limerick, Ireland, in the year 1769. Her
age is said to be well authenticated by her family.
She came of a family remarkable for longevity. Her
mother lived to be 96 and her Grandmother died at
the age of 106.


VICTORIA PAK-t.-By the kind permission of Col
onel Welman,'C.B., and Officers of 99th (D. of E.)
Regiment, the Band will play the following pro-
"^ gramme (weather permitting), this day, Tuesday,
the 8th instant, from 3 to 5 p.m.
1. Overture......R.....Rosamunde ............... Schubert.
2. Sanctus............. esse Solenelle.............. Gounod.
8. Selectio...............La Traviata.................Verdi.
4. Valse.............LesSirenes .............Waldtenfel.
4, Selection....Lucia-di-Lammermoor....... Donizetti.
AK Polka............. Tout a la Joie............Falrbach.
The weather during the past week has been very
severe. North-westerly winds prevailing, with
v h;v.y falls of rain and hail, particularly so during
tWe past two days. The barometer indicates at
.present no favorable change. We hope the potato
and tomato crops will not suffer, but we fear they
will. ~The onion plants, in exposed northern positi-
ons, have been very much whipped.

1880 1879
Philadelphia and Reading ... 5,933,922 7,442,617
Lehigh Valley .. ..... 4,394,532 4,405,957
Central New Jersey..........3,470,141 3,825,553
Delaware Lackawanna........3,550,318 3,867,404
Delaware Hudson............ 2,674,704 3,014,117
Pennsylvannia'Railroad...... 1,864,031 1,682,106
Pennsylvannia Coal Co........1,198,466 1,427,150
Erie........ ........ ........ 411,094 477,782
23,437,242 26,142,689
Decrease ......2,705,447 Tons,
Stock of Coal at Tide Water :-
Deer. 31-1880 .....................500,273 tons
"- 1879......................613,512 "
"- 1878 .....................501,377 "
Output-1871......................... 15,610,663
the largest up to that time.
1872 ................ .... ....20,747,149
1878............ ............. 21,689,959
1874 .......................... 19,805,074
1875 .......................20,643,509
1876 ............................18,906,000
1877 .......................... 20,824,411
1878 ........ ..................17,306,911

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
1st February, 1881.
DEAR SIR,-I have read the letter signed Looker
on." Facts are as follows:
On Sunday the 9th January 1881 at 4 p.m. the
Flamborough was on soundings at 20 fathoms, with
Sandy Hook bearing W., and at 5 p.m. stopped the
ship on 12 fathoms, so that the time lost was a ne-
cessary delay during a thick snow storm. I was
informed by the pilot who boarded my ship that
no vessels had stirred during that weather, and
that even the pilot boats had anchored.
Leaving Bermuda on 20th January, I had 24
hours moderate weather, during the first 18 hours
of which the Flamborough steamed 168 miles. Then
commenced a strong gale from W. hauling gradu-
ally, from day to day, to N.W., continuin- during
the entire remainder of the voyage;, but I docked
my ship at Pier New 47' at 8 p.m. Monday the
24th January 1881, and immediately delivered the
mails. I invite "Looker on" to come and see me
on my arrival next trip.
Master of the Steamer Flambol ough.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette
DEAE SmI,-Since the discovery of petroleum in
the Vgited States, and its adaptation in its refined
state as kerosene to the wants of both rich and
poor, except in a few isolated cases we all depend
on it, n9t only for light, but also as fuel for many
of our cooking and heating stoves.
Just now the price is not only nearly double that
of a few weeks ago, but the quantity in the islands
is so small that we shall soon be left like the fool-
ish virgins of old.. .
This being the close season of the year, so ordain-
ed, by the powers that be, for the preservation of
game which the rigors of a northern winter may
drivo to our shores, in the Quebec S. S. Company's
'B6ats, no kerosene can be imported before the time
when none but Bermudians are likely to travel on
,this much favoured ltne.
.I When we are done with the said company, and
are all quite satisfied with monopolies a monument
should be erected to their memory which should
consist of an empty purse, an empty kerosene cask
mnd a broken lamp.

February 7th 1881.


Do You Know?
The Ladies of the Ehenezer"
Church want yon to come to

To be he'd onl
Tuesday, 8th February,
You may expect a tip-t .p Tca Table, to be
followed by Oyster Stews, Ico Creams, Fruits'
&c., &c.
Novelties never before presented fo a Bermu-
da gathering are in active preparation. The
remarkable treasures of a "' TeCINE-IERON"
will be displayed.
TEA on the Table at 6-30.
Tickets 1/6. dChildren under 12 years !/.
Proceeds to go towards paying the debt upon
the Parsonage.
Tickets to be had at Mrs. Stollart's, Messrs.
Out'rbridgeo& Mcallan's, J. R. Fox and E.
W. H olff's, St. George's, and at A. Ii. Thomp-
son's, Hamilton.
St. George's, Feby. 3rd, 1881.


take pace at the Town Hall, Hamilton,
On Thursday Evening,
The 10th inst., at 7 o'clock.
All interested in the subject of Education
are invited to attend.
B7 order of the Chairman,
The Meeting advertised for January 24th
was adjourned on account of the inclemency
of the weather.
Hamilton, 1st Feby., 1881'.-2 3p

The Debtors
Of the Estate of the Late
.J 0 *" a I? M E' T y,
Are Hereby Notified
That unless their ACCOUNTS are paid or sat-
i-factrciiy arranged,
On or before the 28th instant,
Legal steps will, without further notice, be taken
to collect them.
For the Administrator.

Hamilton, 81b February, 1881.-3 Sp


Just Received per S. S. i Beta,'
71%c ;A1MA CA, I
17 Bls, &2 Bags Coffee,
26 BIs. Supr. Sweet ORA NGERS,
1500 Cleaned COCOANUTS,
11 Barrels Green G.INGf",R.
The Amove is the. produce of that Island, (f
very superior quality, and will be o!'d in quan-
tiies to suit Purchasers.
B. W. Wk 1KER & CO.
Hlamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.- 1

.Notice to Shippers.

]'Eitt Undersigned having leeo appointed
AGIFNT at Berrmtud:i by ItOHlERi1';.
IKE & (CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, Ilotndon,
for the Shipment of lH 'iMUD.\ I'D (DUCUE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to th.e London Market.
Priinnt returns of Sales (Guaranteed.

An Inquest was held in the town of St. George, on JV4 THIINIE L VESE Y.
tho.31st ultimo, by 0. C. Keane, Esqr., Coroner, on At FQ COOP~R'S,
view of the body of Sapper William Goddard, late n 'r S II
of the Royal Engineers, who was found dead on the 61 FRON F STRE E T.
morning of that day, under a cliff overhanging the Hawilton, Feby. Ist, 1881.-3p tf
water on the North Shore of that Parish. The de-
ceased had been missing since the 31st December C N 4" ^' 1 "'V a It
last. Verdiot, "found dead." PA,- ,

BIRTH, at Southatpton Rectory, January 27th, the
WIFE of Mr. Andrew Pewtherer, of a DAUGHTER.
..i.., at Bailey's Bay on 4th inst., MRs. FREDE-
........ at Fairmount, Warwick, on 5th inst., the
WIFE of Mr. Charles E. Ingham, of a DAUGHTER.
......., in New York, Jany. 26th, 1881, Mns. R. A.
YouNo, of a SoN.
DIED. on Sunday last, the 6th inst., at the Rectory,
Smiths, THfODO.sA TUCKIR TUCKER, second daugh-
. Uterof the late Worshipful Anthony S. Trott of Hamil-
ton Parish, and Wife of the Rev. George Tucker, Rec-
tor of Hamilton and Smiths..
B I HIer Funeral will take place from her late resi-
dence to St. John's Church, Pembroke, this (Tuesday)
morning at 11 o'clock. Friends are respectfully invit-
ed to attend.
......... Jany. 16th, 1881, at the Loupe, Custer
County, Nebraska,-of Typhoid Pneumonia, DENMAN
TROTT, ESQR., third son of the late Worshipful An-
thony S. Trott of Hainilton Parish, aged 33 years.
........., at Salt Kay, Turks' Islands, on the 18th
ultimo, Gustavus Lightbourn, Esqr., aged 75 years, a
native of Bermuda, but for many years a resident of
Turks' Islands.

Valentines Valentines!



Beautiful!! Artistic !!
and "CHEAP."
Feby. 7, 1881.-I

. 1tW.O Good. FA II IIANDS), by the
- AMonth. Portuguese preferred. -
App!y Royal Gazette" Oilice.
February 8tih, 1881.

forbid all Persons CRE )ITIN(X or FIAl-
BORING my Wife, DI.uRAll A Il.1ONS,
as 1wvill not.he ansiverable for any debts con-
tracted by her iffler this date.
Somteraet, Feby. 7th, 1881.-1 pd .

0 iU Cn 'Cook woell, requirtu in a smiail
te family. Also ,a NURtSEMIAID, to
tike care of one Child.
Apply at Gazette" Office.
[lamilton,-F cy. 8, l8Si.-I pd

i GOOD SEIUVANT, for general ,Ivuse
I' work, in a small finily.
A pply Royal Gazette" Office.
February 8th, 18P1.

To all who suffer from Iea(daehe.

Always on hand at the Store of
Sole Agent.
lHamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881 .-tf


no longer in my employ, and consequendy
has no authority uhaltever to receive \Vork on
my behalf, or in any way make use of my name.
q AN AP'i'PlRNTICE, Wanted to ltheIo
Tailoring Business.
Tailor and Draper.
Reid Street, I lamilton, Feby. Sth, 1881.

SFVor 4ut,

In the Town of Iamilton. Apply to

Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.

Notice to Importers by
Mail Steam Packets.

February 4, 1881.
A great inconvenience accrues to the Reve-
nue Department by means of the default
of some of the Importers by Mail Steam Pack-
ets to comply with the requirements of the
Tenth Section of the Revenue Act No. 14 of
1861-" tomake due Entry at the Office of the
Receiver General or the Assistant Receiver Gen-
oral of their importations and to pay the Duty
thereon within ninety-six hours after the land-
ing thereof" such Importers are hereby
reminded that, by not complying with the
requirements of this Act, they render them-
selves liable to "forfeit and pay the sum of
Fifty Pounds."

3 3p

Receiver Gener4l.

",' -.\ .'

p ., .. T

Under the Patronage of

Officers of the Garrison
Will Perform at above Theatre on

Monday, the 21st,
and Wednesday, the 23rd inst.,
Upon which dates the excellent Comedy in
three Acts, entitled
New Men and Old Acres,
Will be put on the Stage.
Programmes and Tickets can be obtained on
and after Monday, the 14th inst., at the Sta-
tionery Store adjoining the "Royal Gazette"
Office, where Plans of the House may be seen.
Dress Circle 2/6; Reserve Seats 1/6; Pit 1/;
Gallery 6d.
February 8, 1881.-2

Potatoes for England.

Kidney, Prolific, and Early Rose

In Boxes or Barrels,'at once or up
to the arrival of iho S. ~ Cl'TO," for which
the (aish will be paid.
February 7th, 18.-2 pd

Overcoats. Overcoats.
A Largo and Varied Assortment,
suitable for Winter and Spring.
Full Supply of
Pi 'r abI e Pa d ro e rof

Proved to stand the Climate.
I'ehruary 7th, 1881.--1



Choice FIamily Plour,
Offered for Sale by the Under-
signed, Cheap for Cash.
J. T. .tiRIRELL & CO.
lamilton, Fehy. 7th, 1881.-2 3p

A New Cedari DIIAY,
-Vith Patent Axle.
Apply to
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 188).

A Good SE lRVANTi in a Family
in llatailion.
Apply Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, February 8th, 1881 -1

For Rent,

PEACE and other Gentlemen entitled
to receive Copies of the Acts of the Colonial
Legislature are hereby informed that the Acts
passed during the last Session have been
printed and that copies may be obtained on
application at this Office.
Copies for Members of the Legislature have
been deposited with the Clerks of the respec-
tive Bodies.
By His Excellency's Command,
1 Colonial Secretary.
M.G., Governor and Commander-in-Chief has
received a Despatch from the Right Honorable
the Earl of Kimberley, Her Majesty's Princi-
pal Secretary of State for the Colonies convey-
ing Her Majesty's gracious confirmation and
allowance, the Act of the Legislature of Ber-
muda No. 14 of 1880, "An Act to continue
the Acts relating to Immigration."
By Ills Excellency's Command,
1 Colonial Secretary.
has received a Circular Despatch from
the Right Honorable the Secretary of State for
the Colonies-dated 22nd December 1880,
transmitting a copy of an Order of the Queen
in Council of the 20th November last, exept-
ingfrom remeasurementin the United Kingdom
ships of the Russian Empire and of the Grand
Duchy of Finland, the measurement whereof,
after the 20th December 87 9, and the 1st of
June 1877, respectively, has been ascertained
and denoted in the Registers and other Na-
tional papers of such ships.
The Order in Council can be seen on applica-
tion at this Office.
By His Excellency's Command,
1 Colonial Secretary.


RAL .will receive Tenders, in duplicate,
up to 12 o'clock, noon,

The 14th instant,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for car-
rying out the
Earth Closet Service
For the War Department at Pros-
pect Camp and Hamilton,
For a period of 12 months from 1st April, 1881.
Forms of Tender with all information can
be obtained on a written or personal applica-
serves the right of rejecting any or all of the
District Commissary General.
Commissariat Office, Hamilton,
4th Feby., 1881. 5

ir FUL, A'T'"IN1) \NCK of the Members
of ALEXANDRIN'A LOD(E, \o. 1026,
of the G. U. 0. of'O. F. are requested at their
iext General Meeting to be held ON WED-
'NIESD \Y, 16h Instant, at 7-30 p.m.
Basinegs of Importance.
By (Order,
P. S.
Hamilton, February 8, 1881.

he Officers

UNION SOCIETY intend holding

On the 22nd inst,
'fobwn Hall, Hamilton.
Members and Friends are res(cctfully invited
to attend.
Proceeds for the benefit of the Society.

TIHE HOUSE Hiamilton, Feby. 7th,1881.
lately owned by J. E. Evans,
Eqr. Apply during the current week to
A. THOMPSON. reign odge,
Ilamilton, Feby. 7th, 1 81.oyal Sovereign Lodge,
.: 1No. 10.,
t NOTICE Independent Order of Good Samari-
N tans and Daughters of Samaria,
---- Will have a Celebration

Tilea AtoUtt, ON TUESDAY,
In Hhds., Half fihds, and Sixth 22nd Instant, D.V.
Hhd3. Members of Sister Lodges are respectfully
From the Celebrated Brewery of invited to meet at M3RS. ANN L %l1I';'1" 8,
1iVessrs. 0LAND SON & CO. (near Masonic Hall), Mangrove Bay, at 9 a.m.,
S ARMY AND N\VY VBR EWENRY, and proceed thence to it. James's Ch urch,
AR Y AH AX, N where there will be Divine Service at 11 a.m.,
HALIFAX, l B, ,.. IP.... ,v.. .. ..

Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
drfy Competition.
For Sale by
Sole Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3ai 3p, 9m Ip.

by the11 i v. i :race iaci. y, eteu i)or u o antlys
and Southampton.
There will bea Collection taken up in aid of
the Widow and Orphan Fund.
Somerset, L"ebraary 8, 1881.--2 pd

hiAHILTO:, 7T1r FEBRUARY, 1881.
rTHE Act No. 27 of Session II of 1880-1-
J- An Act to provide for the Ma-hing of
all Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands"-is printpd in the
Royal Gazette" for general information, in
conformity with the requirement of the 3rd
Section of the said Act.
Colonial Secretary.
AN ACT Yto provide for the Marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped
from these Talands.
[18 January, 1881.]
WHEREAS considerable loss and incon-
venienca has arisen from the practice of Ship-
ping Potatoes Onions, Tomatoes, and other
vegetables from these Islands to other M.rkets,
without the name of the owner, or other dis-
tinguishing mark being thereon, to enable
fraudulent packers tobe discovered and punish-
ed, and it is deemed expedient to put a stop
to the said practice:
We, therefore, &c., be it enacted, &c.
I. If any person shall offer for sale any
Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, or other vege-
tables in such packages as are usually used
for the shipment of such vegetables by vessels
for other markets, without the initials 6f the
christian name and surname in full of the
owner being branded or marked in" paint or
ink or other material.not easily removed there-
on, in distinct and legible letters of not less
than half an inch in length, every such offend-
er shall, on conviction before any Justice of
the Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceed-
ing ten shillings as to the Justice shall 'sem
meet, together with the costs, and in default
of payment to be levied by distress in-liko
manner as debts not exceeding three pounds;
may be recovered, and if any person' so con-
victed shall again commit a similar offence,
every such offender shall on any subsequent
conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not ,ex-
ceeding one pound as to the Justice shall aem
Meet, together with costs, and in defauIt of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds' iay
be recovered: I
Provided, that nothing herein contaihed
shall be construed to apply to any person who
shall offer for sale any Potatoes, Onions, To-
matoes, Melons, Pumpkins, or other veget-
ables, in open packages, or bags, for consump-
tion in these Islands.
II. If any person shall purchase or ship, or
cause to be shipped, any Potatoes, Onions,
Tomatoes, or other vegetables in such .ack-
ages as are usually used for the shipment of
such vegetables by vessels from these Islands
for other markets, without the full initials of
the christian name and surname of the owner
being branded or marked in paint or ink or
other material not easily removed thereon, in
distinct and legible letters of not less than
half an inch in length, every such offender
shall, on conviction before any Justice of the
Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
forty shillings as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds. may
be recovered, and if any person so convicted
shall again commit. a.simnilar offense, very
such offender shall, on any subiequritrcofvic-
tion, forfeit and pay any sum not -exceeding
three pounds, as to the Justice shall seem meet,
together with costs, and in default of payment
to be levied by distress in like manner as debts
not exceeding three pounds may be reaovered.
III. It shall be the duty of the Colonial Se-
cretary to require this Act to be printed in the
Royal Gazette on the first Tuesday of every
month during the first six months after it shall
go into operation.
IV. This Act shall go into operation n the
first day of February, 1881, and coAtinue in
force until and throughoutthe last day oi July,
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two.
M.G. Governor and Commander-in-Chief, has
received information from the Right Honorajble
the Earl of Kimberley, Ifer Majesty's Pihici-
pal Secretary of State for the Colonies that
Her Majesty will not' be advised to exercise
Her power of disallowance in respect of the
following Acts of the Legislature of Bermuda
During the last Session:-
1880-1. ---
No. 9-" An Act to authorize the conveyance
of certain Glebe Lots in the Town of St.
r 13-" An Act to continue the Act to establish
a Board of Agriculture.". .
15-"An Act to regulate the Board of Publio
Works." "
16-" An Act to grant an allowance to Charles
West Butterfield Fozard."
1 Colonial S8eetary.

FICE HAMILTON, 7th Feby., 1881.
Daniel Been, James Burch;Richard D Bein,.Agnes
BasJen, Miss M Ball, Ann S Burrows, Augusta
Batts, Samuel Burch, Mrs R ButterfiId, Mr Camp-
bell, Adelaide Casey, Mrs F G Campbell, IV H
Douglass, Fraser DoShield, Samuel Daley, I J
Dills, Anno Dill. Mary 0 Eve, Susan F Eve, Fran-
cisco S Felipo. Wm Fors'er, Joso Ferrero, Christi--
anno Alva de Fontez, H A Graham, Manoel S Gon-
calves, Antonio J Gornes, Francisco J Goncalves,
Mrs S E llorne, Mrs Haskin-,, t E Horton, N E
Hli!l, Francisco Iunacio, i'hos Joell, Alphais Joell,
E Jackson, M E Lightbourn, Henry T Lighten,
Richard Laambert, Jose do Souzt Luduvico, Mary
L,.eco, David-A Mussenden, Francisco S de Mathos,
E A McDowell, Eamund Nash, Daniel S Outer-
bdidge, 0 H Oaiterbridge, Robert Poppin, Antonio J-
Petnque, W J Pierman, AMrs J L RoLinson, Mary F
and Anna Robiison, Sarah Ann B Rarynior, Beatrice
Richardson, Benjamin Swan, Eleanor L Swan, Edw
Sanhouse, Robertt Simons, Peter Saunders, G J
Smith, Louisa Tucker, Win H Tucker, Mrs James
Tucker, D C Trott, Rcvd Jolnm Tuz'i, John Vicat,
M D, Mina Weir, J Davis Whit-, Eleanor White,
James Whitrcioss, Mary Willis.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Feby. 7, 1881.
W Bully, Ralbrt Crockwell, Win E Fub'Er, E
Garagon, ()atherine Mtekino, Manuel Machado.,
Israel Smith, Miss Margaret Stecd, Juhn Shorten,
WNn L Smith, 'Thos Trot', James ''albot,J Warren
Edward Wilson,"



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


Te1s, Coffees Sug mars,
English and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 18SO.-6m

Received byi the Cto,

ON or about the 3rd November last TWO
TENTS were Removed from the SHILLY iACE CouaRS. Any Person or Persous
who may give such information as will lead to
the Recovery of the same will be Suitably Re-
warded. e
Hamilton, Jany. 3rJ, 1831.

St. George's Botel,

St. George's, Bermuda.
*10. Kennell, Proprietor.

Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find super, accommodation at this lotI*.
D)ecemnber 20, 1880.-4mu

Mrs. Burton,
Professor of Music and Singing,
from London,
Private Lessons at her Home or Pupils' Resi-
Terms Moderate.
Special arrangements to Schools and Families.
Soirees and Evening Parties attended as
For Terms, &c., address or apply to MR1S.
BUIt'1'( N, North Shore.
December 7th, 1880.-33m
Bermuda Hotel,


West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every ne(c mmniodtioi aind attention given to
th, Co'mf,,rt of Boa; and Transient Guests.
Ltupcheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, .1880.-6mn


'j'I ll Undersigned- respectfully directs thj
,ittentioni of the MERCHANTS OF1' the fact that for some years past
he has "eii connected with, the of
it K. & r. B. Thurber & Co,,
I .porters,, Importera and Aanufaiturers ot Food
Prod ucts,
West Broadway, Reade and Iludson Stree's,
New York City,
And during that time his atternled personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that le is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in iall that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him wi:l
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thuit-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
mutltr how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
% With H. K. & F. B. TH[URBER & Co.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.--12m



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xours veiy truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street.

TooRONTO, April 21st, 1850.
Dr. Clark Johnson.:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
bick, also through my lungs and shoulders for more
than thee years; I have also hid liver complaint
and dyspepsia. I have tried doctors' and other me-
dicine, ut never received any relief until my atton-
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I PURIFIER; after its use a short time, I can say
that I have felt aPlter and more able to do my work
tlhan I have for the last two years.
77 Richmond Stre', West

I was '.rouble'd with derangement of the nervous
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1'ort Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDIAN
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WESTPORT, Leeds Co., .la, y. 29, 1879.
Dear Sir,-1 have been suffering for years with
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S effect. I became very bad ani could not leave my
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BERFORD, Brant Co., Ontario.
Dear Sir,-This is to certify that after using your
INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP for a sho.t time it has
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BERMUDA, June 28ih, !880.
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ttad Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario
Dear Sir,-I-n september, 1865, my wife had been
nlder doctor's treatmirlt Iwo yea;s, and they said
she had 'hearl disease. She was at that tlim so
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soon as the bed was made. She had used your
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A fine assortment of English and American

j Boots & Shoes
Ladies', Gents, and Youths Children's.
46 and 47 Front Street,
Hamilton, Bermuda.
January 31, 1881.-3

Corner of York Street and Market
Every attention given to the accommodation and
comfort of Boarders.
November 9th, 1880.-ly


Direct A.onthly Steam Communi.
cation between


STEAMERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission, Mer-
chants, London, execute indents fir every de.-
eriptiou of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
Irs. '
Ilighest Market Rates secured for consign-
meuts of Bermuda I'roduce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
R1. P. A;TKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamers, Hiamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 m

Robt. G. Lee & o.,
Commission l rerha nts,
18 Leadoethall Street,
Personal attention given to Coisignments of
Bermnda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
mudian orders.
April 13, 1830.


ST HE above WA TC H ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on huind by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make toorder
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, lIamilton, )
Deer 16, 1878. (u.o.o.

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The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays-excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers, in Hamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 ibs
and upwards.
A penny ha;f-penny under 12 Ibs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.

Every description of Cif1LO0t made ready for
J. E. EV \NS takes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
and will endeavour (as in tIopast so in the
future), to merit their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, llamiltou,
February 3rd 1880.

A L L who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work, and Wood W\oik clean and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-

Theodore Outerbridte,
iD. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Army Pay Office.
Oicoe Flours-S to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square,
|Hamilton, November,'8, 1880.

Art Union of London,

112, 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 OSWALI) W,
B111I ER LY, Marine Painter to the Queen, in
the National Collection.
A famous episode of the War with Spain in
1591, commemorated by the Poet Laureate in
sue "Nineteenth Century Review," forms the
thbject 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 AMERtICA, from the Albert Memorial;
Richly Decorated CHINA TAZZ \S; STA-
'fTUElTTES-the Little Boat Builder; Porcelain
Busts by Mrs. Thornycroft, of II. It. I1. the late
PRINCESS ALICE, Grand Duchess of liesse
Darmstadt, and other works.
lion, Secy. for Bermu !a.
January 18, 1881.

Great progress has been made within a few
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts ; as the Largest Marufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLr.-
"soim goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
II. K. & F. B. TIURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in Food

purity and great excellence it baa obtained.
the following
XIBITiON PRzn MaxI. s.
London, 1862. Paris, 1867. Cordova, i18B.
Lima, 1872. Vienna,1878. Philadelphia,1878.
and all other odours of the finest quality only.

il strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kinds..
celebrated for so many years, continues to 6 i
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use-..
a new and indispensable Toilet accompany.
meOnt, and most refreshing Perfume for the
and other Specialitiesao d general articles of
r Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
S throughout the World, and of the manu
.3. & E. ATKINSON,. i.
4 Price ist Free on Application. W
SAUTIO .-Purchasers are cautioned to avoid T
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labelled with the firm's Trade Mark, a Whitea
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To Let,

And about three and a half acres of Land, situ-
t.ted on the South side of Warwick Parish.
Possession given on 1st January next.
Smith's Parish, Nov. 15, 1880.

ing and Polishing I8 j u
"PRIIDE OF THE KITCHEN." Queen Street, Hamilton, with STABlI,ES,
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap Apply to
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Full Moon 14day 2h 4m aM.
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHaa L,,
Printer to the Queen's Most Exolemt
North.west Corner of Reid and Burnaby litJ t,
Hamilton. ,
Where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agnt
at St. Georges for the Royal G-e,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLEL&. SON, Wft t
Water Stret.


whic converts te Starchn and Sugar of e
FROM LONDON. food into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyalne
causes Wind and Souring of the food In the
nd alea R stomach. If the medicine Is taken mmedi.
d on Saeit the Royal azette ately after eating the fermentation of food
Station StIs prevented.
Stationery actsupon the ver.
t o ry eIt acts upon the Kidneys.
AVOR'S and Carpeeiter's SI' PELLINGS t rlgadate the Bowels.
McCullocks RE ) S, 1st, 2n 3rd thNervous System,
and 4th r t Promotes Digestion.
and 4th t Nourishesa, Strengthens and Invigorates.
Murray's and Lenuile Gl \..\1 \R8 It carries off the OldBlood and makes new.
Muray's and Leumit'a PGR I Al 1, ItSIt opeas the pores of the skin and Induces
Exercise BOOKS Paper KNIVES [ healthy Perspiration.
Music PAPER l.ugiage IA B[i It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison ia the
Musith BH1RTQ I I iA.,S blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
Tooth BRUS IiES Porcupine P ENI IOL.i)- manner of skin diseases and internal humors. 1
g .. There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
ERS it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
Red eal W AKERS, Large and Small aged and feeble, care only being required in attention to
Bone and other Paper KNIVES I N R
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common TORONTO, April 20, 1880.
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKS Dr. Clark Johnson:
Marking INK Carriage Sttiping I'l:NCILS DEAR SIRa,-When I visited your manufactory last
Camel Hair PENCILU', &c., &c., &c. autumn, I was suffering from a fearful pain in the
Note PAPElt and KNVELOPES, blick bor- face and head-the physicians call it neuralela-and
der and Plain, assorted sizes i when you recommended me to try your INDIAN
PENS PENCILS LogaI3oOO &c.,I BLOOD SYRUP I had no faith in it ; but indeed I
Whittaker's J nA a k, & 8 & received such a benefit from it that I have since re-
ltakers Jlmanack, 1881. commended it to several who were suffering as I
Hamilton, Feliy. 1st, 1881. was, and with a good result, and I cannot)'et thij
S' opportunity of your second visit to this city go
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United States 3lail Steamers.

WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Dee. 28, at 2830
NEVADA sails Tuesday Jany. 4, at 8 a.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday Jan. 1, at 3p.m.
VYOMING sails Tuesday Jany. 18, at 7a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Jany. 25, at I p.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly fo
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, a, d
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and 'the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
OSmoking Room, Bath Room and Piano ou
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Berinuda' from Ber.
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Dee. 16, 1880.
ll tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Todit and
Balh, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
grant Perfumnes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and hupaits an
agreeable coolness to the head.
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels and packets.
.IAMMEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whiten.s
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Foreats.
E. RI i1 M FL, Perfumer by appointment to H. 17
I'. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and R,
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.
Protection against FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the lonrgast Established and Wealthies
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE. in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
I the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item,
RIS KS taken both on R rHAL and PiRSowAL
PhIOP(ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.

Money to Loan,-
On Approved Real Estate Security.
Chailery Lnme,
17th January, 1881. eHamilton.

The Bermuda Book and Sheet


IIiE Bermuda Book and Sheet ALM"
ACKS for 1881, will be ready fordelive
TO.MORROW (Wednesday), and can be ob-
taiued at Messrs. GEORGE BOYLP. & Solt's, St.
George's; of M1. R. GAL.owA, Chief Ward-
re, ItRoyal Naval Yard; of the several Carriers
of the "Royal Gazette," and at the "Royal
Gazeite" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Dec. 21, 1880
ALidN./ CK.-F E BRUARY, 1881

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