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: VID00176
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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S. amsilton, Bermnda, Tuesday, FebrsuargU2 SS1.
-(ill ..'. I a n t ls a li nn .Ii u m .A m l m ellI il a m s

The Officers Notice. DRY GOODS! DRY OODS
.Of the FEMALE CHARITABLE B W. WSalke-r & Co.,
UNION SOCIETY intend holding At Duerden's New Store, Have now open in the Stores over their Office,
IA At the W Xest End, t another assortment of Superior
SAt the West End, G 0 0 D ,

On the 22nd u st. Will be found a large assortment of Direct from London by Steamship Ceto,"
AT TH E g among which will be found:
Town Hall, Hamillon. f 0 W IDE English PRINTS, 4d. per yard
Members and Friends are respectfully invited Received per S. S. Ceto" from. London, W Bleached and unbleached TOWELS
to atand. and will be sold at very low prices. White and Brown Turkish TOWELS
Proceeds for the benefit of the Society. Scotch Lawn & Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS
Proceed for the benefit of the etMR. DUERDEN also informs the Public of Men's White, Oxford, and Fancy ShIRTS
JULIA WILLIAMS, Bermuda that he is prepared to Men's BRACES and BELTS
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881. SHIP PA OD UCE Twilled SHEETS ALHAMBRAS
The coming Season to London and New York DRILLS White SHEETING
F 'o r XSale, to the best Houses in the business. Floss SILK White QUILTS
R ve r S ae, fHamilton, Feby. 14th, 1881.-3 Hair BRUSHES PERFUME POMADE
.Just Received per S. S. Ceto" from London, Silver ORNAMENTS Pocket KNIVES
.Carriage and Dog Cart IIHANESSES TV. 11. at ll U And many other Goods that will be sold at
Cart COLLARS anbd IAM ES DEALER IN the usual low rates for cash.
Carriage and Riding WIIIPS Hamilton, Feby. 15th, 181.
Stirrup LEATHiERS GIRTIS Dry GrOods, Fancy Goods, t
ALSO, 1HATS, SOAPS, PERFUME1RY, &c., &c., __
Per 8. S. Flamborough," from New York Reid Street, near Queen's, rilE Undersigned respectfully directs the
CARRIAGE and Buggy HARNESSES Ilamilton, Bermuda. attention of the MIR llbCHANTS OF
. Cart HARNESSES (complete ) Feby. 15, 1881. BERMUDA to the fact that for some years pakt
RIDLES COLLARS TRACE.S li he has c Pen connected with the Hlouse of

.Carriage and Ladies Lap ItOES
MATS in variety, &c., &c.,
And from liahfax, N. 8,
2 Superior Farm

2 Good Serviceable HORSES for
general purposes.
Reid Street.
January 31st, 1881.

Notice Again.

ALL Persons INDEBTED to the CORPO-
age or Sheddag& "to'whom bills have been
rendered up to 31st of December, 1880, and
Police Taxes to 31st December, 1879, are
hereby notified that all such Accounts remaining
unpaid afterMARCH 1ST NEXT, will be placed
in Legal hands for collection.
February 14th 1681.


BY recent Instructions from the Marine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &e., I am notified that in
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. Gtorge's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.

A few Ladies and Gen-
M tiemen
Parliament Street, Hamilton.

Registered Physician d Surgeon.'
Will visit Port Royal and Somerset on MON.
DAYS and FRIDAYS of each week.
Special attention paid to Diseases of the Eye
and Ear.
Hamilton, Feby. 14th, 1881.-3

A.t the Royal Gazette Stationery
School SATCII [LS Tourists CUPS
Pen Wipers Penknives Tea Bells
Sette Knife, Fork and Spoon
Key Rings and Cork Screws Glove Hooks
Card Cases Letter Cases Blotters
Match Boxes Brackets Puff Boxes
Ink Phhils, &c., in variety China Vases
Cegar Cases Portmonies
Bone Tape Measures Candle Rings
&c., &c., &c.
Hamilton, Dec. 14, 1880,


Shipments of Produce
Messrs. Henry Brinker & Go.,
Will Le received and forwarded by each Steamer
the coming season, to be marked with the ini.
tials and Surname in full of the Owner and
Shipping Number 21.
Hamilton, Feby. 14th, 1881.-3 pd

no longer in my employ, and cOnsequently
-has- no au.tmrity whatever to receive Work on
my behalf, or in any way make use of my name
d7- AN APPRlENTICE Wanted to the
Tailoring Business.
Tailor and Draper.
Reid Street, Hamilton, Feby. 8th, 1881.


TrHE UNDERSIGNED will receive and
forward Shipments of
Itlessrs. Miiddleton & Co.,
All Produce for them to be marked with the
Initials and Surname in full of the Owner, and
shipping number.
Hamilton, Feby. 14, 1881.-3 pd

Received by the Ceto,
3nd on Sale at the Royal Gazette
Stationery Store.
M AVOR'S and Carpenter's SPELLING GS
McCullocks READERS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
and 4th
Murray's and Leunie's G RIA M M A RS
Exercise BOOKS Paper KNIVES
Red Seal WAFERS, Large and Small
Bone and other Paper KNIVES
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKS
Marking INK Carriago Striping PENCILS
Camel Ha nir PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.
Note PAPER and ENVELOPES, black bor-
der and Plain, assorted sizes
Whittaker's flmanack, 1881.
Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.

Valentines & Valentine
Corner of Queen & Reid Street.
February 1, 1881.

H'. iE. & F. B. Thurber & Coo,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturersof Food
Prod ucts,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and Ipromptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
With II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
.New York City.
December 21, 18'0.-l12m

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 MRS.
BURTON, North Shore.
December 7th, 1880.-3m

For Rent,

lately owned by J. E. Evans,
Esqr. Apply during the current week to
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.


ON or about the 3rd November last TWO
TENTS were Removed from the SHELLY
BAY iACE Cousr:. Any Person or Persons
who may give such information as will lend to
the Recovery of the same will be Suitably Re-
Hamilton, Jany. 3rd, 1881.
A New Cedar DRAY,
With Patent Axle.

Apply to


.Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
J UT SS3C^S^!P',
A fine assortment of English and American

jl 9 Boots & Shoes
Ladies', Gents, and Youths Children's.
46 and 47 Front.Street,
Hamilton, Bermuda.
r .. .... l IOQ 01

A LL who wish to have their auary,6.-
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, \Windows, T L
Brass Work, and Wood Woik, clean and To Let,
Should use the Scouring, Clean- A COTT AGE
ing and Polishing And about three and a half acres of Land, situ-
lated on the South side of Warwick Parish.
g A Possession given on 1st January next.
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap Smiths Parish, Nov. 15, SO0.
IH.K.X. F.B. THURBER&CO., ASKyour Grocer for A. E. WIlYLAND'S
Proprietors. .L. SOAP.

To all who suffer from Headache.
Always on hand at the Store of
Sole Agent.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf



14TH FEBRUARY, 1881.
SEALED TENDERS in duplicate
will be received at THIS OFFICE, on or before

The 26th of February next, at noon,
From Persons desirous of entering into all or
any of the undermentioned Contracts, vizt.:
No. 1.

Supply of
"a "

Proposed Sailings 1880 and 1881.
Liverpool to New York. New York to Liverpool.
-- 1881.
Italy, Wcd. Dec. 22 Sat. Jany. 8, 11 a.m.
Erin, Wed. Jany. 5 22, 9-30 a.m.
England, 12 29, 5 a.m.
Egypt,. Thur. 27 Feb. 12, 3 p.m.
Helvetia, Wed. Feby. 2 19, 8 a.m.
Spain, 9 26, 3 p.m.
Italy, 16 Mar. 5,38-30 a.m.
Erin, 23 12, 3 p.m.
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, Thur. Jan. 20 Feby. 9, 1 p.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 Queenstown and Liv-
erpool, and weekly for London direct, from New
Pier 39, North .River. Rates of passage, in
currency. To Queenstown and Liverpool $50)
to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks),
$50 to $60; excursion tickets $100, currency
steerage passage $26 currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Otfices, Nos.
69, 71 & 73 Broadway, New York.
New York, 27th Jany., 1881.

A GOOD SEIVAN'T, for general house
work, in a small family.
Apply Royal Gazette" Office.
February 8th, 1881.

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.


United States lMail Steamers.

WYOMING sails Tuesday Feb. 22, at 11 '30a.m. "
ARIZONA sails Tuesday March 1, at 6 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Mar. 8,.at 11-30
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday March 22, at 10-30
WYOMING sails Tuesday March 29, at5 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodationsare 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.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Feby. 10, 1880.

Fresh MEAT, Salt and Preserved
POTATOES and other Vegetables,
CANDLES and Kerosene OIL.

No. 2.
No. 3.
No. 4.
A List of the Supplies to be furnished, can
be seen on application at THIS OFFICE.
Probable quantities required, to be ascer-
tained by inquiry of the MEDICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT, who will also furnish any other in-
1.-The Contracts to commence on the 1st of
April 1881, and to run to March 31st, 1882,
to be determinable upon three months' no-
tice being given by either party, such notice
to be given on the first of the month.
2.-The Contractors will be required to enter
into Bond, with two approved Sureties, in
one-third of the approximate annual value
of the Articles to be supplied, for the due
fulfilment of the Contracts.
3.-The Articles must be of a quality to be
and be delivered at the Asylum on such days
and at such hours as he may direct.
4.--An Invoice, regularly numbered, must be
sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
ed by the OVERSEER, who will give a receipt
with corresponding number.
5.- Every delivery is to be covered by a writ-
ten Order; the Orders and Receipts will be
produced to the Committee of Quarterly
6.-The articles must also be delivered at the
Asylum on such day and hour as the MEDI-
7.-The Bills and Books will be mede up
Monthly, and certified by the MEDICAI SU-
8.-Payments will be made Quarterly, the Ac-
counts having been previously duly certified
9.-If from defect of delivery, or from unsuit-
is obliged to obtain Supplies elsewhere, the
Contractor for the supply of the Articles
deficient or unsuitable will be liable to any
expense incurred.
10,-Each Tender must be enclosed in an En-
velope, addressed to the COLONIkL SECRE-
TARY, and marked on the outside Tender
for Supplies to the Lunatic Asylum."
11.-Forms of Tender, required to be used for
the service, can be obtained at this Office.
By His Excellency's Command,
2 Colonial Secretary.

TWO Good FARM HANDS, by the
Month. Portuguese preferred.
Apply Royal Gazette" Oflice.
February 8th, 1881.

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

The Bermuda Book and Sheet

FIIllE Bermuda Book and Sheet ALMAN-
A ACKS for 1881, will be ready for delivery
TO.MORROW (Wednesday), and can be ob-
tained at Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & oon's, St.
George's; of-Mi. R. GALLOWAY, Chief Ward-
er, I oyal Naval Yard ; of the several Carriers
of the Royal Gazette," and at the Royal
Gazelte" Stationery Store.
Hamilton. De. 21, 180"



WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at Late from the United States and Eu- THE ROYALNAVAL YARD IMPROVEMENTS, 'Arrival of the English Mail of the 3rd THE WAR IN THE TRANSVAAL
SGibbs' Hill LigtStation at Bermuda, between the rope. & February. LONDON, January 29.-A dispatch from Durban
13th and 20th FJebruary 1881 : height above the sea ILNOJni 9 .d t
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. The Mail Steamer Flamborough, Captain White- After enjoying ourselves at the Regatta and par- The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell, to the Times," referring to the recent engagement
burst, reached her wharf in this Town on Tuesday taking of the sumptuous fare providedby the Naval with the English Mail of the 3rd inst., arrived at between the forces under Sir George P. Colle and
mornings Trhe F arrived at New York alongside and Civil Officers of Ireland Island for the bevy of St. George's on Friday last. This Mail was brought the Boers in the Drakenburg Pas, says: The
Date. 5 er dock at 3 p.m. on Monday, the 7th instant aond guests, whose numerous sail boats from allquarters to Halifax by the Allan Steamer.Polynesian, which Boers fought with determined courage. They cap-
1881 was loaded and ready to leave at 3 p.m. on the 10th studded the Blue Briney with their varied and pic. arrived on the 12th inst. The Alpha lelt in the tured the colors of the Fifty-eighth regiment, killing
1881 o 5:4 r:1 0-J' .3 was loaded and ready to leave at 3 p.m. on the 10th
0 E 4 .. I General Remarks, when a dense fog precluded the movement of even turesque forms; we were moved to write in our afternoon for Jamaica. two officers in charge of them. The colors were
Feb. i k the large Atlantic Steamers, and her departure Gazette of the 21st October, 1879, of the vast im- We are indebted to Captain Crowell and other recaptured at the point of the bayonet. An eye.
N : from New York was delayed until 7 a.m. 11th Fe- provements then noticed by us inm the Dockyard and friends for Halifax papers of the 14th inst., placing witness says the Boers were shot or wounded through
.. ... 1 buary on the Breakwater. as in possession of three days later accounts from their heads as they lay. If the Fifty-eighth regi-
14 wNw 4 65 64 29-93 0-12 Fine We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst and Mr. We then alluded to worksin progress, but though Europe than previously received. meant had been supported by another thousand men
15 NE 3 60 60 30*180 0.o Fine Purser Dupont, for files of New York papers of the what had been achieved might well have convinced the position would have been taken. Colorfel Dean
16 E 4 65 62 30.190 0.00 Fine llth instant, us that the author of those Cyclopean Works was PANIC AMONG THE PARNELLITES. and Captain Inman were among the killed, Forty
17 wsw 467 63 30060 0'03 Fine, cloudy not likely to allow the remainder of his time to pass _ving for fear o s Nw Rue of t Boers fell close to the British lines.
18 NE 4 60 60 30,250 0*03 Fine, hazy idly, little did we anticipate the prodigious chan- lyigforea of Atrewth-the ew uBe s oDnOe An official dispatch from Durban, dated today,
19 sE 4 65 62 30,120 0"00 Fine THE IRISH TROUBLES. ges that a few more months would effect. Febo13" Brea .. 'e. ... says : "Sir George Colley moved out with 860
20 w 468 64 30-6300o-00 Thick, cloudyhay h y w0ee mneampdosqmetude eaisteddowinglsa8y ns gan S
After nearly a month of excitement and annoy. of"The adjectives are used advisedly not however so e.k.i -reamposfqutetLuae exgtuer during las t infantry, 170 cavalry and six guns. Fire co "
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. anee, theHome Rulers in Parliam t have been o in reference to the actual immensity of the ars o new arrests. Tese appreenons are ase, oftheFifty-eighth, the cavalry an

ENTERED minorities, and not as has been said, to oppress be attached when next careened ne a ting and the signature of three being required to CAPE TOWN, Jan a s.-The Boers of the Orange
Feb. 15-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst majorities. They have caused a decision by the i he Y obtain the money,-butit is ite certain that Mr. have held a meeng at which they de-
w York; mails and general cargo.-Agents speaker of the House of Commons which is un- that struck our notice and ,whch b called to Parnell anticipated arrest, and from what I am able termineld to send horses and battle to the Boers in
Hamilon, ebrury 2, 18 1. ltiosw hihiga nd a s ostmeorpealexceai pto thmsevorsan t trulyastuned ..........tyan sieaolte butdor nrisveryfct. Iowasnetrforgtmrepou rted -dBinowile;Mjr i

Trott &Cox. prneedanced, and though justified with one e voice l tolear in cies lon to be well informed, there the Transvaal.
-Barkentine Times, ebire London vere by both Parliament and the public, is nevertheless, in ac nge in i eoeem to be no doubtwhatever that evidence has LIso Jan. .-In the Chambdr of Deputies
Stores and goods for merchants.-Agent, regretted. They have als o caused the adoption ofth looked as as and their little one had been obtained connecting the member for Cork city to-day a motion was introduced proposing that
Tuker rules to control and limit debate, which in all these een settletere or years. with seditious objects. The papers foand on Davitt, Portugal offer mediation between England and the
CUSTOM HOUSE ST. GEORGE ears have been avoided. They had all the Btac we oe etnc men ea at the time of his arrest, were of the most damaging Boer of the Transvaal.teo

ETi D e ha owell time necessary to exhaust debate; they could only ..areddG ockb r o ee bel8 a va l vature to more than one of the leaders of the LONDON. Jan. 31-General Sir George Colley
Feby. 18-Royalal Sea distdmerchandise^^^^ hope to defer the result, which was as inevitable as 16^' elrf the smot k andl movement, and since his arrest still other proofs o( telegraphs on Banday that, excepting th oso
fax o EnglhMal of the 3r and 1ec1. tatdion h numbers that six or seven is more than .ev"ei t genius .a p er their complicity with plans held to be treasonable marr ygod ofrcers and men and a possible delay in
T-Agent ERED miore a and not, a e changes on points of erg tnded foe ionofth Yand rth e fith have been receitd o the Goverbment. I hear atereeSf esieged garrison, the effect of he ae
Feby. 1e-Mail Steamer FlamboroughnWhitehurst,maordites.They ad y prhessaiong Ted ade onmeootamne..t in re doumriet ws quor ee perponstenat oor

TosTug.'""I- "^W ^' "'a \ ,4-'} so""" sf wh soe Thee ea r s~ar^c ^ ^ teea en to x F -Ea or timb r.~i i-
18w Yoy Mailsaener Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica; Fair ctement iHt terdisef sionm until everybody cu a tcn ors a and agdall there was no time eto estro, theam. n abe in. e ro trand ores andtbedd
TASr t SOERS ,LonVEDonT. rThesn obsuide at e an inh bergh inte d ebato eeoune .. ..d.nima s eo eo lerninre iles lit e ia okeytobmelln aor edthr teTanvl

Mr. W. nnellMisses and D. bunnells, Mr* so early called Parliament together, was delayed. to ther ngthe si of h Atlatic and will not run the risk of returning to Englande but LONDOsN, Feb. 1.-Detpatches from DCrban
and Mrs. Thomas D. Holey Messrs. Ao J. Sands, J. Whenhowever, the address and the motion had n even wth that of Lord and Kenengton i go straight to New York, his ostensible object admit a great British defeat yesterday. The Sta-
He. Sheafe, H. Belknap, W. H. Smith, Capt. F. Luck een carried. bTy majorities comprising both parties, Oval being to collect more funds in America fori thte dard gives the following deserption of the fight *-
ruls o ontolan liitdeate wic inal tese Bu wa t s wrasournt eastnishmentaginheaneasw Pare wit andtiosbjc ts..... Teppr on nD tePrmtugaltoffendhrmediatind catween tIBorsi

enbach, Capt. Nickerson.-2d Cabin, Chas. Heyn. ea ae enough to havo e discouraged the Home n hat thr tmorphosis (on shore) shouldhav a letve ei e a arrte the been made to elicit The enemy were on horseback when first seen,
19--areni E NTiEsSbRE, oD on goirme t necessteary thougxha ustifiebate; th onvieoumna ey counld only was apnde atr toor ta .. eaes f the LOTr ansva. 1-Gnrl

In the oyal Mail Steamer "Alpha" o n Friday last Rulers, Mr. Forster was able to bring forward his been conceved ot and a oeved o hand- from the Government some account of it intended but upon a shell taking eect among them at about
from HalifaxS-Mr. W. F. Starr, Mr. C. H. Harve Bill, the chief provision of which, almost equivalent ful of Blue.Jacte der of a wor- action and of the extent of its information with re 1,500 yards distance they rode off, and, hating ds
't;lrEnlsh and lodf the3rdcns.and"-- merhndis'' !e. grefatten.umbersyhateasixcausevenismoe tadt n '.mev aalsaste r meak ateritel.rntelnsnaaphsn oannedundeaitteheber'rork i

M r. Knight, Capt. Acker.-2 CABIN, Mr. A to a suspension of abeas Corpus, allows the Lord thy perseveing Old Salt, in itself does credit to guard to Land Leaguera, but strictest secrecy has mounted under cover behind the hillEna, opened fire.
THobb, for Jamaica, Mr. Ontram, Mrs. dinner. Lieutenant for eighteen months to arrest by war- the Bnrtish Navy an d shews that these worthy been preserved. This uncertainty temporarily From 12 o'clock till dnsa it was a n e duel under
PASSENGERS SAILED I rant suspected persons. The measure, undoubtedly, men well deserve the hearty consideration for their paraliDve s the League. Messengers daily pass be- cover. Our guns from time to time took part in it,
In the Mail Steamer Flamboroug on Friday morn- is an extraordinary and unwel e s ut welfare which prompted the erection of the SAILOE ween Mr. Panel and leaderhere, neither post but the enemy's firewas so severe that it was im-

lasforNeYork :-Mrs. Cbb, Master Hendon Forater's speech n introducing it was so clear and Ho.. nor telegraph being deemed safe for important comr y possible to work the gu a continually, the men.fall.
h-ubb, .iss Brackett, Lt.Lutyens, n.E., Messrs. M* nalm, so irresistible in its facts and logic, that if The training these .ame men an receiver a un. munications. r g almost as soon as they stood up. With the sole
McLare1 G. Ci Brackettr. J. F lbey, W G. Farlewe, hs conceded and felt at once on all sidesnthat with dernter sa:0me e Ol cato a the B reaka ue y haD Mr. Forster's coercion bill will probably become exception of Lesiegt. Parsons, who wac woue late
NeW. A. M asters.-2and Cabin, s. potatoes,58 boxes they fatigued their House withe divisions, and appas The de. ie reme aer is spot when we wr ote the ar a the 23rd inst. when numerous arrests will n D, evey eri
tomatoes 37 boxes beets, 2 cases merchandze and gently pleased with the sensation they were making, ticne ab p..vo apparently not the Plightest idea of his appre-T t s ledGen." Clyon thea8thtnm ha i

Rte oyal Mail Steamer A lpha, Crowell, r Jamaica; Far exctement o the dcussn unt l everyboda. useless, valeess, unsighn t agglomeraton there was no time to destroyithem a n .Tha bmteen Iaso earble urattees atn dt nbg
Mr. Charles Gibb. voted with them. Their great friend, Mr. Bright, mousoows, psoula ers anl ooseh e sympathies from America have transferred their Some of the ante ed e p wa
Th e Bark Eliza Bars was e aing into the harbour w sgusver in their fole s forgets their wrongs, and auent the boat quarter from the sister land to London, where I thuld frame a scheme for a pertthi was
of New York at 9 aSSEm. on Friday the th instant r Chamberlain, some few weeks earlier, onr l to .t sh add rg are csmu elt watched b othe pbeas In .erto ll d i thes eri iteha ro ot
he announcement is made by telegram from Lon e ary broke up the Cabinet on Irish questions Now cleared andlevelledit presents though still veral parts of Irengland tenants ar Mr. Parneing t beepladThe
don via New York, to Messrs. Trmngham & Sons was speech as impregnable as Mr. Forster'imicae and to a dug ttle cambre for dma oats-the ine Land League, laesy ac- a over with the marks ofbuleetegrand for anybody
from ew Yok :-Rvd.n.lL. oughMisssGo.vndnvmewhetheuurfindwhicthasbeenhoiresluteyenom onlytotteeGovrnmenibutundobted]ois fienddmustbencosideed blckadeeeu

here, that the Sir .F. Seymours Captain Watsngton oi reluctant mind had been forced to support whole of which we are formed was accomplished itanti d o mnipotent in all matters, no longer inter- to sta ntd gp beMede them i watos et e
hence, had arrived in England H in 24 days. ad e e unavoidable. Stil, when the time ,aItfew weeastm tegame ptrt he hai rs The loa aitatori know that the pn m p o gou ire t s wealth 0 es

Captain Fraser, late of the Flamborough, has gone to f r e w division came, the Home Rulers who had old f Son of Neptuan with no better plumb. o following their every movement and only awaiting the lPohon. but never attempted a rush. The
Mr. F. W. Runnells, Misses C ...anD R l. M. So eary cle alae nt together, was delayed.t. .r.ajes ....thi,,ie ofth,, tl.. ..andwill not run. the risk of returning to England, but LONDON, Feb. lh--Dempatches rmDra

England to take charge of the new Steamer intended fuy discussed the B, renewed their datry mo vy even wlthn a o f ors an ennng the passage of Mr. Foronter's bill to strike d tg teortoof h i st
and Mfor the line between Bermuda and New York essrs. h yet thepier iswell and lyfaced andfinished will go straight to New York, his ostensible caution. admit a great British defeat yester Th e a
. T, HfH. Belknap, W.oH. Smith, Capt. LuBoard- been carr ied by majorities comprising both parties, o h ere .. .. being to collect more n ceu ds in America for the dard gives the following description mov tr e a t
enbacb, Capt. Nickerson--2nd Cabin, Chas. eyn. I and large enough to have discouragedthe Home Thatrtis metamorphosis (onlshore) Shouldm n aveLeague. Many attempts have been made to elicit The enemy were on horseback whe frsm seene

n the RonascMa emer "A oonFriday rlast h .MFter saetbrng f a rh Boardeen of Works, Engineer Oda n icers, a abo rayohand- from the Government some account of its intended but upon a shell taking effect among h rt at
new rew comg tin the Troopship Oron ex-i, Master and erob y Dockyard Ofial would- action and of the extent of its information with re-1,00 yards distance they rode offwas ite impossible, for
f romraa tiof --rLe. W.ers, Sastrictest s cntredced they m ounted ar cover behind shot isio pen e be f i rea

poetedn heeEdward n D mod relieves Captain Fisher as n, bt se of wneme on;'tonb ted see pervd This n certameinty temporarin rt is li mat may glish a l wolaock tiy due igt was no rfle db here e eh
asM KgahtCapnto S.rLopld McClintock. Captain o bodth e r ena opoineOld They do these things better in Ireland Island,- with ohe dome Ralers* Boers were vastly superior to our troops.
F. itoreturn to nglaorsupSkinnert theffnal eitgeilnthe start e war there the really worthy Boatwain above referred The new rees of debate rs a in the House of Co mr- -oo ti t
equipment of the Inlexible, and to commission her ant was teiteadr tons. Themeasre to, simply says-Fall ind h Form two's! Eight i mons arenotentirelyeatisfactore toManygpars. Their REINFORCEMENTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA.

when she shall be reported ready to hoist the pendant. i bane traordinrad unwlcoer e turn. e Marchic Halt! Set to! And the pier is Speaker ha' already been sharply criticized hy ,eve- LopoOs Febyb 13 -The War Ofrice has decided
The Inflexible is the most powerful ship in the avy. ntounced_ byth t b ed omet Rurs anolope e ihee r al important journals, and the Government is re- o pnd os reYiment of Huosar, 160 arllterh e 700
Captain Barnardiston, formerly in command ofster H. ens Forster peec in introducing it was so clear and T t p on to the head of the Hospita commended e its members thafe trouble ofimporta per infantry and 100 me ble to work the gu conical number

M. S. Rover on this Station, and ,now of H. M. S. ar itas revoluton o order nieinon o Lagoon, where we are confronted by a really im. sonal attendance in the House by. sending in its of extra othiere, to supply the places of those killed
Bellisle, is to succeed Captain John Moresby, as Cap- T posing edifice-TheE SAIOe' HoE, already tow degrees through Mr. Brand. Legislation is now almost as soon as they stood up
Chubbtain Superintendent of Luthe ,Eoyal Naval Establish.M violence The lastbl scenes of this session ofg, th atrt erEe thee tamhe hOldSalt ,"on theBrekate W headno atilecpinofLeu. Ps t, w
mcLarents, G. CI Brackett, J. J. Riley, ..arwe, was conceded and rtsof two days were discredit- all Captain Moresby's schemes for the Saturday Review yesterday declared thatwith the House LODON Feb 12.-Te. os as ored
The Cunard Steamer Batavia, Captain Harose.- son able. The rules and order of the House were dis. e nefit ofother is thery oneuhe is worand anot er ar of Commons had ceased to be a place of free that there a peoce todriverblow ,up Windsor Castle.
alef New York for Qeensown o n the 19th Jany., and w rega sled, and thecauthonitne ee the seen finished, and we fully mpathise with him in discussion, and that be enceforth the Speaker will be Precaut have been en d the Queen h

tor whose safety much anxiety was felt was fallen in with P.olicy of the Premxer openly and Iregulrl qu~es- his ft of ben tor fo h pe project-for his able to render enormous services to his party, and delayed her return from Osborne.
Inby the steamer Columbtea fro m London to Halifax, tioned and attacked. That unusual parliamentary d i nou prolonged:--that he may live n r his of e will be keenly contested for on partisanni r-t .. ... .
Mr.with the loss of he propeller, and on the 4thinst., was pu ishment of naming a member had already o tparis ejoice over the complete success of this undere-. g rounds. Th e Spectator, on the other and, defends THE KING o F ASHANTEE DELAE. WAR
being towed into Fayal. The B haviling a sparinto the hapro- curr ed, and the named member had been suspended tanathe Cut in boats. therules as "wise and tagacious." EverybodyI AGAINST ENGLAND-
peller on board, will repair speedily and proceed on her and removed by ithe Serligeant-at-Arms; and o We allude to an excellently finished stone jettyPi es thatteom the ateri party would not havere I Loango, February 5ando-A Cape Town dispatch

voyage. occurrence attending Mr. Gladstone's last previous our heaty wish ventured to force these despotic regulations upon says that the King of Ashan tee sent a special am.
motion was to be followed on is next motion by a efor concluding this article we cannot re the House or the country, bassador to Cape Coast Castle demanding oby the policeeIn
The Stannounemer Canismade, which was ashore at Tuckn- nesimilr a e o ari ik n ely all the Home nnigou todeepwaterseveralpartsofrelandten-at a n Hon. Herbert Tpce. The guns werenor of the Gold
edonck Shoals, arrived at New York on the 8th Rulers. The whole course of the debate and all its gnbrar .,Frse ain ro a snug litt smafrsm aleas--tet- In h -en o o ond e ond nltely. Mr Coast Colony, the surrender of one Gamma refugee
heroine, tant. She had a hole eight feet square int her indications, therefore, made the speaker's action in of which we are informed was accomplished om mit e l native chief of one of the Ashantee tribes. Gover-
henbowce, causd aved by forcing a passage through the e. declaring t closed most opportune, and he is aus-t in ew weeks, by the same partynthea te a under the oeri na ll He led thatte nr Ue her declined to l ake te ur ender. where
167 Oc ean Steamers have called at Sydney, C.B., taiued so universe bly.. till, when .the I meh f on Oldf thmSn of e ptune, with no better plumb- toere s Tot al.agta o nce ow^theatteispltce a pon the Kps threatened hosiempties and began
Enlad o ak care f hene Seaerinenedforlthedivsincuss e the Bl eee Hom iao- o He w r od hname Rultared yaruhadn foellowingteio r. Fovery mveebtan ol y I awaiti, ng'l raoprino h ihthi.g~te d~t~:

gistered tonnage 180,792. e n. M. Stone stdi ne a Biliard Table, where there is barely room for the Hugh Law, as Attorney General for Ireland, said Governor Sir Samuel Rowe of Sierra Leone forgre-
for teph Nick Thibean was hung at Annapolis, on rf ul di i sthe aontwhi c d te iwd to free handling of the aane the end ofwhand finished that ocum ts had been found in circulation indi. Iannforhiementwiorch are yTe peuh forward fom

the 8th Instant, for the murder of Charlotte Hill o te ssin twh the e a s paeed oe s to a nook for the marker's rib e eating the existence of a treasonable conspiracy, Frie rdasa aeTho
laH. M.t Septembe. G Herffon, Commandernied being guilty of taken, had lasted forty-one continuous and a st smaller coer for the dispense of an and gave as an instance a recent Fean proclama- a i ay t ng o for.

orime. 1e was attended by Father Holden. thelr cloure, {an ivesa' inite e igt o ov S. an B-." a split," a cock-tail" or a cigar. tion. Mr. Forster added that there were a few 'ally declared war. against England, and sent the
ma, ao on urhurdayla estn ieingach ebsom r Why the Admiralty should provide so liberally persons in Ireland who were capable of taking ad- golden rod to Governor UoesygF rm aber an an emblem of the
The Gri ffMon has come h r t b I er o i o d h r o innie of the th ird calendar day of thdis p ret ay orsudmiion ao th Pare t e citm ent Oft he en o thea faat on. mor tur Oucer teld at preea nt c hnc gl t-day

re rMOVEMENT OF TROOPS | tny Tthoe Spmahr lrae n ol uarD c I al without ople tl taabl praese M r .D the point of the bayonie t was quit eie
eH. M. Troopsihp Oronte.maybe peted to ar. se ssion, the Speaker, apparently of his own motion, vote. The respectable looking gathering place, treading nell's amendment was then rejected is ures to protect the British settlements on the west

tr f th dg b o u te s st af i mr c anera ten c e ow iohu i ldl e a dee r sOt isrl ikin it T h e I r i s h n a t i o n a l i s t p r e s s a d v is e t h e L a n d o ae t o f A f rica ___
TheaintedRediDmindHeesC to proceed i that the repressivemeasures frredto, Fhe ers eoe A dispatch from Rome say: The oraopub
as Flag Captain to Sir Leopold McClintock. Captainsof.both thgoenen te ad clsiio orcesa d....t1 They do these things better in Ireland Island,- wthte oe uer"Bor "r "slyspeir oou

toF. is to return tohe Head Quarters will be at should be unavoidable, but there s thought to be alossthe really w worthy Boatswain above referred h rnmettha earrt T heeshe the p of the mot Rev )r Mcabe,

Barbados with four Companies, at Trinidad one n o alternative and they are accepted as temporary Captain Barnardiston will supplement his prede- Aeica il naturally notbe pleased Archbishop of Dublin, to the pontifical letter con-
eqCompmeany, at ofJamaica three Companies expedients peculiar to the time and seson. The cesors efforts to obtain a grant, and will succeed Rikeght mons are notmenirelysatisfactondtoso any paretyr. cerniNFO IriEh MEon DrS McCabe, in the name
.f ex b ea d to h o m m s i n h r I a his tn etennanf. h e'-- ,a erw hihw a. -d e. o

Ihns believed that theot Head Quarters ofs thea 86th n Home Rulere ssue manifestos and threaten obstro few erecting a Building aSet one onvenient, commo- Mess Speaker has already been Sharplcritiised byee and of the IriOsNh Bihop, Feby 13.-Tbe W at Maynooth, ex
egiment wi be removed to Prospect Camp with tion to the Coercion Bl a its future stages, and comfortableand cretable; we are well as- M ran r nasi ttheoam ifthe ni pre their ga titen th paternal letter of
-ng an .. .. n and of H others as w without precedent and revolutionary. oesendlreregiment"i .. s Ir e hrtan ou al to the G ove rn et i l r edI "
Captain Barnardiston, formerly .incomi. S. Unprecedented it may have been ,but if revolution B uhteK us pass on to (te r he a dof)heHosptac lcommenaed to save its me merso ne troubleof per. infantry and 100 men, with a consider eme
M. S. Rovr on this Station, andowofF, itwas. arevoltion f ordr quiting. ne ofLagoon, where we are confronted. by a really im- sonal attendance i n teHouse by sending in its of extra officers, to supply the nlaes ftoekl~
""lie istosuced Captain John Moresby', as Cap- ary, po............foiora-THE SAILneORS Hx arad tw decrees through Mr. Brand. Legislation is now by the Boers.
tai Superintendent of the Royal egt.Estbnie-ovilenc.....eso no htering above the highest cemdars near it. We know practically carried on under a dictator. Even the .. .

W. A. ppage to be 2nd Lieut., vice Cookburn, Davitt, the most active and dangerous member of former wllhae to admit thatsCaptain Moresby eSaturday Review yesterday declared that the e on foreign charity. Roused at length from their. .
The Cunard Steameri at aa ,2 Lap t .inH-ris n al T r ....and ordr n he ous owr .. ^benefitofothers as the one he would most lke tohaveoa dcTasedtbeap re et hat the i t to
lef t N ew Y o rk fo r Q u e e n sto w n o n th e 1 9 -t -and eo, a th e aP r i ty o f tenS pe a kere a n d . se e n fi n sh e d an d w e fu lly s y m p a th ise wi th h i m in d hscss n a n d .. ....c e fo.. . ... .. r . ....s
for whose safety much anxiety wasfelt was f len in .wits p l" dyhthPre ieropen nd ir He Rularly th...ISfatte of beg torn from his pet project--for hi able to render enormous services to his party, and delayed her return from Osborne.
by the steamer k' Columbi from London to Halifax, tinned and attacked. That unusual parliamentary Sta... ..... .... h my iv his office will be keenly contested for on partisan
withhthtlossoo bet prpellerand on.he.4thonst.,owsepunismenteofnamingtememberhassalradyhin-tonrejocegoveuthe.coplete sccessaotthisouder.egrunds.,Teb$ndttdefeontheTothrKbanddefendsTHEEKINDOFLARESTEWAR
puller on board, will repair speedily and proceed on her [and removed by the Sergeant-at-Arms ; and this o Cicetbeng'anplayed onte mn thisferles tat th wioservativesartciould. ntEverybodyebrary5.AISTpeNGAD
voyage. occurrence attending Mr. Gladstone's last previous our.eart wis.. v a. ..... .,. enueds toh frcetheCoservdiespaoticyrwoulatinsuontayhtateLo th, ebruiry 5. As Cape Tow ndsac
-- [ ~~~~motion was to be followed on his next motion by a BUefoea concluding this article, we cannot re- vtenHoused oor ethes desntiryegaion essays tohatpt e K Cgofasthastlede sn pca
The Steamer Canima, which was ashore at Tuck- similar naming and removal of nearly all the Home g. ." .. : ... Hon. Herbert T. Usiher, -Governoi fteG1
ernuck Shoals, arrived at New York on the 8th Rulers. The whole course of the debate and all. its ratin from liexral osigour thaprisbe wiecntemadIn the House of Commons on Fid'ray night, Mr. Coat'Clon, ... s_.rred ..........e
Instant. She bad a hole eight feet square In her. indications, therefore, made the speaker's action i tin.g th lbealproisontht.. eig m-d- O'Donnell moved t omit high tr...... ,.om the list nativ chefofoney, ftuhu eu batr ue rm arge
bow, caused by forcing a passage through the lee. declaring it closed most opportune, and he is sus-For the Non-Cmmissioned Officrs nd,,en of the of crimes on-suspicionof which persons ae iable to nortiserdcifo ned ofmkethe A shatetibe.G r
167 Ocean Steamers have called at Sydney, C.B., tamnedsSo universallyin the act that tme Irishiaction OFleticersthemselati ave lo paeokin recre;tatioe-t hearrest underthe coercin bil. Hedeld~o ftaredi thatupon the King threatened OSttiles ea
A_-rin-n for bunker cay l -aind 4for orde~rs re-can make nhohing oy rereats of censure and im .......... ... ...enoplce f eceaio e there waslnota scrap ofteidnceofthe exd is'ltenc pe paain ofar oenrUshrapidt
m~roaucea a new ~anmng oraer wnln was sup----o-- 2-1.. -, ..... ............ ,... nfreemntosforwhihar. oe engpsefor wadfo

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. Davitts a ticket-of-l eave prisoner.He was the G en. Pomeroyolley Warlooitel coudno tcont.ntc annote l-..
chiefagentof o meR rsa b ecomeelong-talked-of marriage between the Baron- b en pubishedinmoretamingcharacters....d .
senate~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Vr bteSarinte oueoComnBartlett, was at lengthbconsummated yesterday morn-fatse isapother to h soefore the ac u seloherwse ost "ust.....
S by peakerI iou o m s fence. It is understood that the secret and al m sT a .suchxccasesonderw egard.ngt e o

yesterday to govern the conduct of urgent business, ,tealthvyacts which put in peril life and property inrag. Theceremony was performed by Rev. W Car- of newspapers demand the sup reusion of the revolt tuhe.... .. ....cese, n ands rug dgtheir p c
provide that when, in the opinion of the Speaker, Ireland were to be transferred to England. The dill assistedby Rev. HenryWhite,Chaplain of Savoy before any con.cessions are ma to the BO.., but netterest uncratonsesaondtraitrsyw e
....- .... ...... a tkc ..... et +,,tm c orgtithe: afhtln cando sbeadesiwh cha forctsraes

It is the general sense of the House, that any information must have been significant as Govern. Chapel Royal. No one but the nearest relatives somejournals recommend the Government to tell the rg hefflcond
debate should close, he is empowered to inform the ment acted upon it, and unusual precautions were and most intimate friends of the parties were pre- Boerthrough Preienlt Bruard what they intend caused our people to despair of juice. Approving
flouse of his opinion, whereupon, it a motion be taken to guard,watch, and protect the Houses of sent, including Sir Fr ancis and Lady Burdett, Sir wielding. That leading advocate of the Dutch cause, the end which the present agrarian aitaion has in
made that the question be now put, such motion Parliament, the residences of Mr Gladstone and Harry and Lady Keppel, Lad Sarah Linday, . Leonard H. Courtney, has been quite ilent view, we feel deeply that certain means adopted can
shall be immediately put, and if carried by three Mr. Forster, and certainplaces believed tobe ointo oAdmiral and Mrs. Gordon, and r. Ellis Ashmead y in.. his amiion to the ,,o ad ^ ie the in no wise be approved. Last June we arned our
^ol.^T.^ A ;;.^'.-ob points:^ .d inc hi"d*re i.t~~~ i s^ adm~issio to the chrmdcircle 1t' ro.,^i ^^^
to one then a division on the main question shall of attack. In all these machinations, as avowedly Bartlett, M. P. Mr. Lacita acted as beft mam. ministry.O flocks to restrain the agitation witn the limits of
S ^ S ^ '~ ue.. tSS .p.,..............^,^ S ^ VLOIO IN ENGLISH PAI. S L .^euiyad oeato. We shall no fali u
be immediately taken. Other rules are to the effect in their open acts, the ticket-of-leave Davitt was Sir Francis Burdett, the head of the family, gave THE REVOLUTION IN ENGLISH PARLIA- equity and moderation. We sha
that speeches on motions for adjournment of debates the agent of this faction; and the Government did away nthbride.T the wedding party was afterwars MENTARY PROEDURE. duty now, or neglectte coun c yed the
shall be strictly confined to the subject of adjourn- not too soon do, what it might have done at any e tertaineadtattheresidence ofwMrs.e htrevaen, .NO ... ..... words ot your Hohness." The Aricb Englrsh
met;ta heSekrmydeclneto utmotions "the eldest sister of the bride, whose nearerprevent. LONDON, 'eoy. o.-Tne Spectatrtor-day says:
meant; that the Speaer may ec o ne o oue time and without explanation, revoke or cancel his ed her presence in the church 'he arrones "One man emerges from the strange parliamentary thresP that the accounts ofcIrela ithenelis
for adjournment if he consider that they are pro- hicketuofBleave. This has been done and Davitt ee... .."s oc m. tu press are exaggerated, and conclude
posed for obstruction; that no member can move was arrested in Dublin and quietly brought to Lon- orr em a o e pointe in English history, with to loftier reputation etop e s lotion he Aurorahcmment-
or support a motion for *adjournment more thaa don, where he now is. His arrest, and the passing ...Mr.Bartlett,it and stronger hold upon the respect and affection of ,. -- w eKW. eeirin.em i ,en
once on one debate; that the Speaker may direct a of the CoercionBill, now certain, have much alarm. bn'w.ill, will .assume ..he-name of-eBurdet- s his countrymen. completee justice has never ,ith. the-rope.migat.have.exercisesdmn
mmbrtdicniuhispehIireeant am* outs" before his own~surname. He and his wife ,-,t rrnJ-ae lteHue the Vatican been indirect relations thEgad
member todicontinue his spech i rrelevto ed the Home Rulers, and may teach them a discre- erto been done to Mr. Brand, (Speaker of the House
.te io s .et ti n s h a n d v si n s ti nle ft y esterd a y (S atu rday ) after oon for th e seat of o t o m n ) u t w l e b u u e h s oi n _ r e w o d e n L n o
consisting of tedious repetitions, that no divisions tion in word and deed which their defiant conduct Admral Gordon in Kent of C ommons), but it will be by future historians. ied in London on 6th int
shall be taken on a motion that the Speaker do leave of late in and out of Parliament has not displayed. um ru, -. It was no light matter to take the step he took on Th..omas.. d
the chair, and that the House do now proceed to The weather had been very severe in England ; at Wednesday, and institute what, despite of an old at the age of 84, was nterredn S. F r m
consider the bill, and that the Speaker may order In the House of Commons on the 10th, Sir Ver- Norwood, near the Crystal Palace; for three nights precedent or two, was a revolution in parliamentary churcard at Ecclesfechan,, iot-
a division by rising and sitting so as to avoid the nonHarcourt in reply to a question, said it gave the figures were 10,6 and 5 degrees of Fahrenheit procedure, but in taking it he saved Parliament it- land, Mr. Carlyle's birth-place, on te 10th .
delay of the present system. The same rules will him' pleasure to announce that the health of Michael below zero, really almostt unprecedented in that lo- self, and the best system of free government that A large number of Fenians have lately arrived
be applicable when the House Is in committee, Davitt, whom the Government had felt it a duty to clit man has ever invented, from paralysis. He will be in Ireland from the United States, and their move-
with the exception of that one providing for closing deprive of his ticket of leave, was improved since The Land Bill was to have been introduced in frankly supported by all that is sound in opinion of ments are being closely watched by Government
debate, his incarceration in Portland Prison, the house ofCommopson the lth lot, the three countries." Officers,



ViorCOEI PA. .-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 22nd instant, from 3 to 5 p.m.
1.-Overture.... Crown Diamonds.........Auber.
2.-Prelude........ Ave Maria........... Gounod.
3.-Selection.....La Gazza Ladra ...... Rossini.
4.-Valse..........Lea s Sirenes........ .Waldteufelt.
5.-Reminiscences of Scotland.
6.-Polka....... .Rol Bush...........Godfrey.
The Comedy to be prodeued at Prospect Theatre
on 25th and 28th inst., New Men and old Acres,"
has just been performed with great 'qscess at
Maplewood, the residence of Gen. Sir Patrick Mac-
Dougall, Commanding Troops at Halifax. The
Genl. and Lady MacDougall took leading parts.
This Comedy which has had a run of many hun-
dred nights in London is most interesting and no
doubt in the hands of the Prospect Company it will
be very attractive.
On Friday last whilst the Honorable Samuel
Lucas of Connecticut, U. S. A., now staying at
the Hamilton Hotel, was on an excursion to
the Devil's Hole Fish Pond amusing himself,
by dropping food into the mouths of the numer-
ous fish that presented themselves Vo the surface, a
grouper of large dimensions, sprang up and caught
his hand in its enormous mouth and hald it with
such pertinacity that Mr. L. fairly lifted the fish
out of its element ere it relaxed its jaws, and then
fell back'into the water, no doubt greatly disap-
Sointed in not having something to swallow. The
Honorable Gentleman's hand still retains deep
marks of the grouper's teeth.
New York papers of the 4th furnish the follow-
ing summary of the busiest of 1880, resulting in a
profit of $1,851,422, as against a loss of $680,643
on the business ot 1879.
.. ................ ........ $7,402,545
allroade....................... 4,678,435
neous and interest. 448,569
*^ $12,524,549
of all kiods.......,.. 7,913,507
Vt A t....... ..... $4,611,042
IB| t~reu Rentals... 8,259,619
Ntt earnif 880.......... 81,851,423
equal to 6Aper cent. on the capital of $10,000,000

A Rhl ABEo3AD.-We are much pleased to
ptiee SAcnbrgh Scot~sona he 14th Jany.,
* that theH Ial Board of the EdItburgh Royal
Maternity ad Simpson Memorial Hospital, has ap-
pointed James W. B. Hodsdon, L.R.C.P. and S.E.,
one*of the house surgeons for the quarter beginning
1st February.
Dr. Hodsdon is a Bermudian, son of Mrs. A.
figure head picked up by the Bark Girl of Devon on
the Banks of Newfoundland last autumn, supposed
to belong to the lost training ship Atalanta, has
been recently carried to England and submitted for
report to the. Officials of the Devonport, Dockyard
and has been declared not to be that of the Atalanta.
[We made enquiries immediately on receipt of
accounts from Newfoundland of the picking up at
sea ofa figure head supposed to be that of the Ata-
ntoof-the Oaptaio Sapfmntendent of the Roy8
Naval Yard, Ireland Ialaaand ware promptly in-
formed, as we then noted, that it was not that of
the Atalanta, hers being a short Bust, whilst the
one picked up by the Girl of Devon was a full length
figure.]-Ed. Bermuda Royal Gazette.
The S. S. Ceto, due here on the 15th instant has not
yet made her appearance. We understand that thare
is considerably over a thousand boxes of Potatoes spe-
cially packed for the London market, waiting her
To Cooaspo~onEts.-*' Plebeans" in our next.
For the Royal Gazette.
Ms. EmTon,-In the last issue of the Royal Ga.
sette there is an article on the Vegetable Marking
Bill, signed "The Plebians," which has caused con-
siderable discussion. The Writer asks for an au-
thorised interpretation." Now, as far as I can
learn, this can only be obtained by testing the Act,
which I am informed on good authority, one of the
Lords of the land intends doihg on the flrsiday of
March; but as this can be done "before any Jus.
twice of the Peace," their "Interpretations" are
likely to be as conflicting as are the "Interpreta-
tions" of the Members of the two branches of the
Legislature at the present time.
But my chief object in meddling with this
medley is to draw attention to a misquotation of
"The Plebians," which is apt to mislead. He says,
"I cannot understand why the seller is to be gov-
erned by 'ne rule (the surname in full), and, &c."
Now, according to the wording of the Bill this is
not so. I have failed to find the definite article
the before the word surname in any of the printed
forms of the Act to which I have been enabled to
obtain access, or to find any punctuation mark after
the previous words Christian name. I submit that
the first clause calls for the initials in full, and that
the second clause corroborates this opinion. Al.
though it would be much better to have "the
"the surname in full" the Bill does not demniand it,
and this pecimen of Bermudian Legislature is from
its ambiguity likely to be only a "nine days won-
der," although experience has clearly taught us that
Legislation is most urgently called for, not only
for the protection of the consumer and the dealer
but also the honest

19th February, 1881.


Mn. ErronB,--Have you seen the new Comet ?
I'll attempt to describe it. It has a decidedly green
appearance like a half matured ToMuto: its form is
very irregular like a small ill-shaped PoTATo, and its
tail very much resembles the stem and leaves of
that rare and delicious exotic the ONION. I am
told by one who has studied the theory of Veget-
able Comets that this one partakes very much of
the nature of the last named vegetable and that its
tail will dry down and entirely disappear before
the end of June.
P. O. T.
18th February, 1881.

The 97th Regiment arrived at Durban on the 7th
instant, and had started for the front. There is no
truth, therefore, in the rumour that this Regiment
had been cut to pieces.
The Steamer Bohemian, which left Boston Janu-
ary 19 for Liverpool, went on shores on the Irish
coast in a dreadful storm and soon after sank. 82
of the crew were drowned.
The City of New Orleans is in part under water,
the river and canals having overflowed thelr banks,
skiffs and sail boats were in general use in the over-
flowed districts.
It is rumoured that the Government is re. consid-
ering ite Intention to abandon Candahar,

Writing from Cape Town on January 4, a gentle-
man in every way capable of expressing an opinion
on the subject says, in a private letter;-
what a terrible buuineus this Transvaal will be I
am sure it will be tough work, and that o* cavalry
and artillery will live in the open against koers,
and that the loss in officers wll be fearful. The
Boers are splendid shots, and about the best judges
of distance in the world." We wonder whether
any precautions have been taken to save the lives of
officers by assimilating their uniforms to those of
the men. If not, would it not be wise to consid*
the subject, and telegraph instructions I
DIED, on the 31st-Jany;, JOSEPH WILLIAM LEAY-
cnFrr, in the 71st year of his age.-Quebec Morning
Chronicle, February 2.
Mr. Leaycraft was a native of Bermuda. The
Quebec Chronicle, from which we copy the above
obituary says :-" In the deceased, Quebec loses one
of its oldest and most esteemed citizens. The lamented
gentleman was for a large number of years a prominent
and enterprising merchant of the Ancient Capital,
largely interested in the Quebec and West Indian trade.
Mr. Dunscomb, the present courteous and efficient Col-
lector of Customs at this port, was for a long time in
partnership with Mr. Leaycraft in this trade. For
some yearspast, the deceased ass teen out of business,
and has led a more or less retired life, honored and
esteemed by all who knew him. His many friends will
learn of his death with genuine sorrow. With the
estimable family of the deceased, we sincerely sympa-
thize in their great affliction.
...... .... on Sunday the 30th ultimo, at his residence,
304, Clairmont Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, Mr.
HENRY N. DARRELL, eldest son of the late N. R. Dar-
ell. Esq., in the 38th year of his age.
The deceased gentleman was well known and much
respected in these Islands, where he was not only con-
nected by family ties, but by extensive business rela-
Mr. Darrell was, at the time of his death, and for
many years previously, a member of the Maritime
Exchange Association of New York, and at a special
meeting of the Association on the day of his death, it
was decided that letters of condolence be sent to the
family of the deceased, and a Committee of ten mem-
bers was appointed to attend the funeral.
.......... in this Parish, on the 13th inst., after a short
illness, Miss CLARA LLOYD, aged 21 years; leaving a
mother and several friends to mourn their loss.

Agricultural Notice.


On Thursday next
The 24th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.,
At the Store and Residence of
4/. *MfL#%KT, Esqr.,
Who is abouo to leave these Islands,

&c., &c.
SLg1 Large Wo ENCH, 13 x 6-6
1 Large Work BENCE, x 5-9
1 Do. do. Do. x 3
LAMPS and Tailors' I DNS
1 Fine Centre TAB ] x 4
1 Large Framed Hiorical Costume Engrav-
FASH ONS, rame, different sizes
I Cutting BARD, w|'1Drawers attached 8 x 5
1 Office DE8K i nging LAMP.
3 B Looking GLASSES
BUREAU with Glass
1 Superior Mahogany Office TABLE
1 New Brussels CARPET, 12 ft. x 11-3
1 Other Brussels CARPET, 16 ft. x 14-7
1 Very Comfortable SOFA
1 Hall Cylinder STOVE
of Bell's Kerosene STOVES with Fittings
A few Bottles of H. Darrell's Excellent
And many other Articles too numerous to

A AJEETING of the PLANTERS AND N. B. Immediately before the Sale of
OTHERS of Paget Parish, will be Tweeds, &c., will be sold on the Wharf in
held front of our Stores
SBelonging to Sergeants 99th (D; of E.) Regi-
Next, at 8 o'clock in the Evening, ment, lately refitted with everything complete.
To take into consideration some matters of B. W. WALKER & CO.,
importance in connection with Agriculture. i* W. AL R & .,
All interested are invited to attend. Auctioneers.
Paget, 21st February, 1881.-1 pd Hamilton, Feby. 19, 1881.

At the Go-Operative Store,
26th February, at 7d. per lb.
Hamilton, Feby. 22, 1881.

Kerosene Stoves.

Postponed Sale.

Of the well known Racing Ya

Advertised to take place on THURSI
has been p"ctVeD until


Theatre Royal,


The Performances advertised in last week's
Gazette to take place on the
21st and 23rd inst., will be on the

25th & 28th inst.
Plans of the House at Stationery Store ad-
joining Gazette" Office.
February 19, 1881.

4 Stlg. Reward.

Trl F above sum will be paid for the informa-
tion required to convict any person who
took from the Steamer" Flamborough's" cargo a
marked W. X. Ii.
If any Tub of Butter has been offered by any
person not nsua!ly trading in that article, or any
lot of Butter has been purchased from any person
not usually trailing, the information by any pur-
chaser woul'l have a proportional value ir con-
viction is etlectcd.
F Aogaents, Quebec Steamship Co.
February 22, 1851.-1
t'ol. nist" copy once.

Notice to the Public,
rr HE attention of the Quebec Steamships
Company Ih:ving been drawn to the value
of the Bermuda Oranges, and the adaptability of
the climate of ihe Isl:nd'to the growth of the
Lisbon or Sici:i:,n lemonn" they, hoping to
assist in the production of a large future source
of freight, beg to suffer to Transport free of
charge during 1881, all boxes containing young
Oragige and Lemon Trees.
Manager, Quebec and New York.
Agents, New York,
F Agents, Bermuda.
Feby. 19, 1881.6--3p.
Colonist 6 times Sp.


)AY last,


The Subscriber has received per -l u .- Lt7 o
S. 8. Flamborough," of March, at 2 o'clock, p.m.,
Another Lot of the above When She will be sold, without reserve,a
rw HWharf in front of Our Stores,
w1 9 JB TII5HUL L,
Which will be sold Cheap for Cash, by A complete Set of Fittings, 1st Jib, 2nd
W. H. Wa TLIJ1 TON, 1 Mainsail, Spiniker, Racing Mainsail, i
TL.N TOGear, 11 Pigs Lead Ballast, 915 lbs., fu
Reid Street. Iron Ballast.
Agent for Richmond Stove Company. A substantial Set of Chain MOORINGS,
Hamilton, February 1, 1881. Anchors.

Stencil Plates.

Hamilton, 21stFebruary, 1881.



at the

d Jib,
11fl set



The Undersigned are prepared to Seed Potatoes.
receive orders for
STENCIL Z PLAT 30 Barrels New York Garnet Seed
To comply with the new Law, and invite their P0 T T 0 ES
Customers to leave their orders during the cur. For Sale by
rent month. As the Law is already in force A ore ALBERT TNGLIS.
they recommend prompt orders. AL IN LI.
Cost will be collected on delivery of Plate. St. Georges, 21st Feby., 1881.-3
TROTT &COX. Received,
Hamilton, Bermuda, Feby. 15, 1881-3 3ped
Feby. 15, 1881.-3 Ex Barkentine Times" from London,

Notice to Shippers. BIs. Portland Cement,

vj'HE Undersigned having been appointed Sacks lice
SAG ENT at Bermuda by ROBERT (Cheapor Cash.)
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London, (Chep for Cash.)
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE, The above offered for sale by
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others J. T. I)A RRELL & CO.
desirous of Shipping to the London Market. Hamilton, Feby. 21, 1881.-2 3p
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
Hamilton, Feby. Is!, 1881.-3p tf H A M 1ILTO'i,
oWFy OULD most respectfully inform the Ladies
S oil. P l tesr and Gentlemen of Hamilton and the
ItJien1 l L. l neighborhood that he is in a position to execute
-. I their orders, in the undermentioned capacities,
The Undersigned will order from and upon the lowest terms
For marking Produce intended for shipment. NISHER
Persons requiring such can hive them ordered CARPENTER AND PICTURE FRA-
at once. Apply to MER
W. T. JAM ES, Whilst as a General Decorator, from Hang-
42 Front Street. ing a Curtain" to Laying a Carpet," he flatters
Hamilton, Feby. 14, 1881.-2 3p himself, if they will only give him a trial they
will all agree that "Hughy rFinnigan" is the
SNotice man to put your house to rights.
I February 22, 1881.-3
DI r. TheophiIus FUDGE, For Sale,
Physician and Surgeon, YACHT
Will visit professionally in a few days the sever-
al Parishes in these Islands of which due notice U N D IN E "
Swill bo given to each. UlN D IN JE ,
Blind Persons and the Deaf and Dumb will do Lately done up, with Dingy, well found in
well to consult Doctor F., as he has made such sails, &c.
cases a specialty. Apply to CAPTAIN COTTON, 99th Regt.,
N.B.-No cure no pay. Boaz.
Wh Q1l i R1. Febv. "21. 1881.-1 ndl

i To the Consignment of
MESSIRS. UIM Toll & 00.,
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.

February 2"2, 1881.-tf

21sT FEBRUARY, 1881.
has received a CIRCULAR DESPATCH
from the Right Honorable the Secretary of
State for the Colonies, dated 29th December,
1880, transmitting a copy of an Order in Coun-
cil dated 16th December last, giving effect to
a Convention between the United Kingdom
and Switzerland, which was signed at Berne
on the 11th of December, further prolonging
the duration of the Treaty of the 31st March,
1874, for the Mutual Surrender of Fugitive
The Order-in-Council can be seen on,appli-
cation at this Office.
By His Excellency's Command,
1 Colonial Secretary.


Contract for OIL.
The Forms of Tender for supply of

to the Troops having misled some of those who
made offers on 18th January last, fresh tended
will be received at this Office for above sup-
plies at noon

On 28th instant.
Forms of Tender can be obtained on appii-
cation at the Commissariat Office, Hamilton.
District Commissary General.
Commissariat Office, !
Hamilton, 18th Feby., 1881.
For insertion in "Royal Gazette" of 22nd and
Colonist" of 23rd inst., bill for latter to
be sent to "Royal Gazette,"


to Importers by
Steam Packets.

February 4, 1881.
AS great inconvenience accrues to the Reve-
Snue 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-" to make due Entry at the Office of the
" Receiver General or the Assistant Receiver 'en-
"eral 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."
Receiver General.
February 4th, 1881-3 3p.

Persons Requiring
Can have their Orders filled by leaving the same
with the Undersigned.
J. 'T. DRRELL 41 CO.

NOTICE TO GRO WERS JIND Hamilton, Feby. 21, 1881.-2 !p

E 'HE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
tention to the forwarding of BERMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of
eMl7essrs. Johln >Vix 4' Co.,
During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for Cost of Remiittance for nett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
the Goods.
i The highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
All Packages of Produce must be marked with
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner
to comply with the new Law.
Hamilton, Bermuda, m,
Feby. 21, 1881. 1 m 3p
Colonist" please copy.

For Sale,

Cottage PIANO,
In Rosewood Case, by Chappel & Co., New

Bond Street, London.
Made specially to stand tropical climates (West
India Model.)
Apply to Asst.-Comy.-Genl. ROBERTSON,
St. Georges.
February 17, 1881.-1

SJust Received,
The Undermentioned

By DEWOLFE of Halifax:
to seat 4
1 Square Top ROCKAWAY, to seat 4
I Side Spring Top PHAETON, to seat 4
I Wellington DO. to seat 3
1 Cut under close back ROCKAWAY
2 Superior Heavy Farm

Carriage and Cart HARNESSES
Heid Street.
Hamilton, February 21, 1881.-3

The Debtors
Of the Estate of the .ate
Are Hereby Notified
That unless their ACCOUNTS are paid or sat-
isfactorily arranged,
On or before the 28th instant,
Legal steps will, without further notice, be taken
to collect them.
For the Administrator.
Hamilton, 8th February, 1881.-3 3p


Alc aft Atouttt
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, 18fl.-3m 3p, 9m Ip.

FICE HAMILTON, 21st Feby., 1881.
Augusta Batts, Richard D Be:in, Mrs R Butterfield,
Geeo ean, Mr. Campbell, F G Campbell, J A Ceder,
W H Douglass, Samuel Daly, RJ Dill, Henry Dillars,
Abraham Fisher, Francisco S Flipo, Mary Fuhriz,
tMrs E Fowler, Francisco J Goncalves, Antonio J
Gomes, Manoel do S Goncalves, Mahalia Gilbert, Mrs
Golway, N E Hill, H E Horton, Francisco Ignacio,
Emma James, Alexander Lattimore, Jose de S Ludu.
vico, M E Lightbourne, Jose F Laranjoira, E A
McDowell, George Martin, Thos R Paynter, Robert
Pappin, J L Robinson, 8 A B Raynor, Reginald
Robinson, Samuel Richardson, R Rees, Sarah
Smith, Edward Senhouse, C J Smith, Benjamin
Swda, Peter Saunders, Richard Smith, Christina
Sltevens, Charles 1 Smith, (Devonshire) Louisa
i Tucker, E A Tuzo, Julia Ann Tucker, John T
Trott, Antonio P Vieira, Teresa Vallis, James A
Waldron, Mina Weir, Mrs Watts, Richard Wood.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Feby. 21, 1881.
Rose Allan, Robert Crockwell, Elizibeth Fox.
(St Davids) William E Fubler, E Garagop, Joseph
Gaguec, Mr. Iecinria (Ship Nevada), Charles Har.
vey, Samuel Johnson (Steamer Lasceles), Samin
Konrick, Margaret Mead, Manuel Machados, Miss M
O'Brien, Alice Stanley, Israel Smith (St Davids),
Frederick Ellis Smith (Baliys Bay), John Shorten,
T 8 Spicer, Lugzi 'orio, Jamee Talbot,Thos Trott,
J Wazren,







.& %a.? # Iva? a IJVkl.-A jr"


A LAWYER'S STORY. for ns both. I was badly frightened, but Marvin
thought it only an idle threat and soon forgot it.
A client of the law firm, with which I was con- My plarenls would I avo nothing to do with me, and
w eted in Lincoln, Neb, ha'1 diid. leaving a very s'o we went to work in a large factory in a neigh-
large property, worth nearly half a million dollars, boring city. We were doing well till Mr. Ennot
to be held in trust until the heir or heirs could be found us out and influenced our employer, so that
discovered, we were discharged. We then moved to a little
I was anxious to find the heirs, not only for pe- town in a distant State, and had just got nicely
cuniary motives, but because I was made deeply in- settled down when Mr. Ennot again found us out--
terested in them by the recital of a story which the so we lost that situation. We commenced in
client, Marvin Gray, had told to me on the day of another, and then another, but with the same result.
his death. His breath was almost spent when I Mr. Ennot was gicb, and followed us from place
stood by his bedside and listened attentively to to place, using his money in circulating stories that
catch the low sound of his voice as he whispered deprived us of work, and made honest people turn
the sad tale of an erring son whom he had driven from us. Oh, those were dark days for us !" she
from bis home in England. He had sent him from exclaimed, and again stopped to control her emo-
his home one daik night, twelve years before, be- tion.
cause of his drunken habits, and he had never seen I had found the tears running down my own
him since. He had heard from him but once in all cheeks while listening to her low tones when she
these long years; then he was an officer aboard a spoke of moving, then again the blood would fairly
ship plying between Liverpool and New York. boil within my veins while she was telling of the
Though he had searched the world over he could persecutions'they received from Ennot. But I was
get no trace of his son, and finally worn out by in- all attention when she continued.
cessant grief and travelling, he lay down in the far We tried different factories in all parts of the
West among strangers, to die without having ac- country but it was no use. The undying hate of
complished the one great desire of his aching heart, that man followed us like a shadow, and for four
As the death dew was gathering on his brow, he years we were constantly moving from one town to
finishct the story, and, with an indescribable look another. At last we left the East, changed our name
of agony, asked me to swear to take up the work and settled here in the wild West, so far away from
where he had left it, and devote my life, if need be, my dear old home and friends."
to the finding of his son, if living. I should receive At the mention of the old home, convulsive sobs l
twenty thousand dollars when he was found, choked her utterance, and it was some time before
Young and romantic, my sympathies were fully she resumed her interesting story.
aroused; so with my hand clasped in the nervous "Under our new name, we were safe from dis-
grasp of the dying man, I promised never to give up cover, and would have done very well if Marvin
the search until the lost one was found. had been experienced in ranches work, but he was
Mr. Gray had made such disposition of his pro- not used to the country, and did not succeed as well
nertythat I could draw my travelling expenses; so as others have. Then baby was born, my health
I commenced the important task the day after his became poor, and I could not help longing for a
untimely death. look into my dear old mother's face. Marvin, too,
I look the cars at Lincoln, and was soon in Crete, who was driven from his father's house twelve years |
a small station in Central Nebraska. Here I ago for dissipated habits, wished to hear from home
changed to the stage-coach bound for Hobler's again. He wrote two letters last year, but as he
ranolie, fifteen miles to the north. As we were tra- received no answer, he now thinks his father is
veiling along at a rate of speed for which Western dead, for Mr. Gray was old.
stage-coacbes are renowned, I tried to shape some "Gray ? I asked, interrupting her.
definite course to pursue, and .had almost decided "Yes. Marvin Gray, my husband's father," she
to retrace my journey to Lincoln and start for the replied, wondering at my growing excitement.
Eastern States, when my thoughts were diverted Was it Marvin Gray of Higheliff Castle,
from the subject by the sudden upsetting of the Hampshire, England ?" 1 questioned, hardly able
lumbering vehicle. We had been threading our to keep my seat,
way around the edge of a gulch, when the shying of "The very same."
one of the horses sent the coach and contents in a "Then I have been searching for your husband.
beap to the bottom. I was conscious of falling, Marvin Gray is dead, but long before he died he
and then all was blank. forgave his son, and was searching for him, that he
When I recovered my consciousness I was in a might tell him he was forgiven, and give him a
pleasant though plainly furnished room, through father's blessing."
the door of which I could see a pale-faced woman Marvin came in from his work just in time to hear
sewing near a table. At the same time she was this of his father, and dropping on his knees beside
sweetly humming a baby song and rocking an old- I his wife, who had borne so much for his sake, beh
fashioned cradle with her foot. It was an interest- poured forth i fervent prayer to the One who had.
inp picture, and made me think of my own child- guided and watched over them through all the long,
hood, with my-mother singing baby Nell to sleep, dreary years of their wanderings.
I tried to think how I came to be there, and won. But little more remains to be told. They easily
dered if I had died and was in heaven, proved their identity, and received the property
As my thoughts turned to myself I tried to rise, which belonged to them. And had you kind reader,
when an aoute pain in my side made me cry out in gone with them to that Eastern State you might
agony. Then the sweet face of the woman was over have witnessed a joyful meeting, when the daughter, ,
my pillow, and tender eyes looked pitying into so longed for, returned to her aged parents' home ,
mine as she asked me if I felt much pain. Her where they now reside, having no fears of molesta-
voled so low and sweet, made me forget my suffer- tion from Mr. Ennot, who choked to death during
ings, and I asked where I was and how I came an encounter he had with the end of a rope in the
there.* hands of an infuriated people among whom he had.
"Don't you remember your falling into the gulch been living, away on the Wcl'etern border.
with the stage-coach yesterday ?" she asked.
S Oh, now I remember,"I replied. "I was going
to Hobler's ranche when we were all tipped into R obt. G L ee & Co.,
that gulob and killed." \
No, not killed," she said, smiling at my serious Commu isioin It elrchantits,
tone; but badly bruised; and Marvin brought dnd INSURANCE BROKERS
you here for me to nurse back to life, for you were 1
almost gone when he got you out of the wreck." 18 Leadcnhall Street,
I was gbing to ask who Marvin was, but she said AND AT LLOYDS,
-I must not talk any more until the fever left me. LONI)ON, E.C.
The following week was a period of great suffer. Personal attention given to Consignments of
Slng for me, but my faithful nurse did all that could B m P1 fli y of
be done to make my surroundings pleasant for my Bermuda PRODUC and the filling of er-
rational moments. I was conscious of the presence mudian orders. I
'of a young man at my bedside, and knew he was April 13, 1880.
the Marvin" who had brought me from the gulch.
Near the end of the second week after the acci- 1C r C O N Y E R S
dent the fever left me, and I began to recover. Up -. *
to that.time I had been unable to converse except WV IOL ESALE & RE TA IL
with great pain, but on this afternoon, when the 2 i 1, #
fever was all out of my system, I could talk as well / f3 .1 C m
as usual. My recovery was slow and for many w W
days I was compelled to keep to my bed, butat last AND DEALER IN
I was permitted to sit up, braced by pillows, in the T'ea, Coffet'. & 40 '. ,i
big arm-chair.
One day, while sitting thus, watching Mrs. AND
Watdre, my nurse, at her work, I asked how she English and American Goods, 1
and her husband ,came to settle in such a wild No. 9 %Vest Front Street, Hamilton.
country. She replied that it was a long story, and No 9 o ee Hamlton
might tire me too much ; but I assured her that it October 26th, 1880.-6m
'would not, so she paused for a moment, and then
When I promised to be Marvin's wife he was a _B e mH o 1 e /
sailor, on shore for a short vacation. He was not
rich but, we loved each other, and were full of hope M.L
for the future. Marvin was to make one more trip _i"
to Liverpool, and then return and make me his AU G USTUS H. PASCHAL t
wife. We parted, both vowing to remain true to
ouk love vows. But he had not been away a week P O. 0 0 i,
befire mother was taken sick, our only horse was West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
stolen, and father broke his leg,so he could not work. --
rI toiled all day and far into the night, but I could Every accommodation and attention given to
not earn bread enough for the little brothers and ss te Comfort of Boarders ant Transient Guests.
tens, and buy the medicine that sick mother must the Comfort of Boarers and iJraisieut Guests. z
have. In our hour of distress my father's employer, lIuncheon provided at the shortest notice. e
Mr. Ennot bearing of our need, sent the doctor for September 29th, l8SO.-6m b
mother and food for the children. I was grateful for t
his kindness, but when he asked me to marry him OV / Q
1 fled from his presence. He sought me again, and /j 3 t.#. v O 'e1 p
' said, "For the sake of your father and sick mother n
Jenny, can you not be my wife ?" I thought of MA, E, T '",A.,.E, fi
Marvin away on the sea, and my heart made me St. George's, Bermuda.
say no. Then came the news of a terrible storm at
sea, and Marvin's ship was among those that had ff .'
gone down. Again Mr. Ennot renewed his offer. aPW-. iKcn cffllg/, iPyoprtefor.
My'father argued and commanded, but I could not --- .
forget Marvin's love. Mother did not say a word l.aidies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
hutwhen she looked into try face I knew she want- will find superior accommodation at this Hotel. I
ed me to yield for the children's sake. Though my ece r 20, 1880.-4 e
heart should break I could not refuse her mute ecemer 20, 1880.-4m c
appeal, so 1 gave over and promised to be his wife; .

'but my heart was on the sea., -'
'The day appointed for the wedding came, and
everything was ready ; guests had been bidden,ta.
blues spread, musicians engaged, and floors prepared n
for active feet. We -were to be married at the SP E I L N T
church, then go for the grand feast to Mr. Ennot's A L C E
house. I was sitting mournfully -,t the window El a
of my little room all dressed and rhIy to go, when Direct Jiknthly Steam ommuni. i
I saw my Marvin appoachig. would hardly Direct thly amCommun.
believe my eyes till he said, 1 have come back to cation between
save you Jennie,' and as he took me .rom the win- n O u
-dow in his great strong arms, and pressed me to 'B
his breast, I forgot the sorrow of the pltst, and
lrughed and cried for joy.
Mis. Warde stopped for a moment to brush away 'IbTE. EAi ERS leave London the last Thursday tli
the tears that the memory of that meeting brought in each month., s
to hereycs, then continued :- i1. 1'. AT1'KINS & CO., Commission Mer wV
"'Marvin had heard in the village below of the chants, London, execute indents for .every de,- da
reported loss bf his ship, and of my approaching eription of Goods for shipment by these 8team- S)
marriage, and had lost no time in coming to me. ere.r
Once in his presence I could not resist him, so ere. sa
away, we went to the church, and just as Mr. Ennot H highest Market Iates secured for consign- da
and his friends came, we were pronounced man and mnents of Bermuda 'Produce. ec
if;." FIcr Freight, Passage, and all information,
I can never forget the scene that followed. Apply to
Mr. Ennot stamped and swore, and tore his hair in I. P. AT KINS & CO.
his auful anger; then turning to Marvin as we ere I
leaving the church, he raised his hand towards Agents for Stearers, Hamilton.
heaven and swore a fearful vow of eternal hatred June 5, 1880.-12 m


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Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
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000,000 Bottles-0

It Stimulates the I'tyallne In the saliva.
heh convert the ;arh and Suar or the
C Ufood Into glucose. defceny In Ptalne
Biluses Wind and orln o the din the
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SprevetOLD E 1dro*
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It timulonates the vtyalne in the Saliva.
ihet actc on the ah an d ug ths.
causes Wind and SAoringe of theroodmin the
t ely after eating the t rmentationorfood
t nets upon the LIver.
It nets upon the uKIneys.
It Purifies the Blood.
It Quiets the N]ervoas System.
It Promotes Digestion.
t NourlheZ, "Streng*thens and Invagorates.
It carries ofFthe Old Blood and makes new.
t open he pores or the skin and Induces
Oienlthy Perspiration,
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the
blood, which generates 8,Srofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. 4.
Thore are no spirits employedin its manufacture, and
it can b taken by theo most delicate babe, or by the
aged and feeble, cart only being required i. (Cention ta
Tor.oNTo, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Jqhnson:
DEAR SIR,-When I vi ited your manufactory last
autumn, I was suffering .rom a fearful pain in the
face and head-tho physicians call it neuralgia-and
when you recommended me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP I had n) faith in it ; but indeed I
received such a benefit front it that I have since re-
commended it to several who were suffering as I
was, arid with a good result,and I cannot let thij
opportunity of your secc.nd visit to this city go
by without thanking yon very much for recommend-
ing me to try the INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours very truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street

TORONTO, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
back, also through my lun s and shoulders for more
than three years; I bhavo also had liver complaint
and dyspepsia. I have tr ed doctors' and other me-
dicine, aut never. received any relief until my atten-
tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
PURIFIER; Lfier its use a short time, I can say
that I have felt matter and more able to do my work
than I have for the last two years.
77 Richmond Street, West.
I was troubled with derongement of the nervous
system,. I was attended with by one of the best
Doctors in this part ofthl country, but obtained no
relief. Your INDIAN I LOOD SYRUP relieved
me at once. I really do not think any one in ill-
health using it can fail to receivee great benefit.
Smithfield, Northuatberland Co., Out.

Port Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP for Liver Complaint, and have re-
rived great benefit therefiom. I can recommend it
o all sufferers.

WESTPORT, LJeeds Co., Tany. 29, 1879.
Dear Sir,-1 have been suffering for years with
Dyspepsia and Indigestion and Kidney Complaint.
nJ have tried a great maiyy remedies, but without
f'ect. I became very ,ad and could not leave my
ed. I sent to your agent, William Dier, for a bot-
le of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP and I do not
estate to say that it saved many life. I am com-
letely cured, and feel like a now man. Last week
ny son was taken sick with severe headache, and a
rw doses aofyour valuable medicine cured him.
BERFORD, Brant Co., Ontario.
Dear Sir,-This is to certify that after using your
NDIAN 13LOOD SYRUP for a short time it has
entirely cured me 'of Dyspepsia, It is all you re-
ommend it to be.
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAR SIR,-This is to certify that I have found
cie good in your INDIAN' LOOD SYRUP than
aIy Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
id Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario.
Dear Sir,-In september. 1865, my wife had been
ialer doctor's treatment two years, and they said
me had heart disease. She was at that time so
cak she could not stand, and I had to carry her
lily from her bed to tho stove, and back again as
ton as the bed was made. She had used your
NDI\13 BLOOD SYRU "but a short time when
ie began to w ilk again, a'ld has not kept tier bed a
ay since. It also cued nmy daughter of chills and
siole A-;ent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. George's, .

Theodore Outerbridge,
D. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Armry Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 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.

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 Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
SOME 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 iu
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Importers, Manufacturers, and in Dealers Food

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

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 Ilamilton 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 lbs
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
IBermuda Artificial Ice Company.
Iiamilton, March24th, 1879. *

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Protection against FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthies
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCII OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
SI the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
It!SKS taken both on HEAL and PERSONAL
Pi()O'ER'TY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.

Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


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celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the
very beat English manufacture. For its |\
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the following
SLondon, 1862. Paris, 1867. Cordova, 1872.
Lima, 1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadelphia,1876.
and all otherodours, of tho finest quality only.
a most fragrant Perfume distilled from the,
choicest Exotics. .
a very refreshing Wash which stimulates the
skin to a healthy action and promotes tthe
growth of the hair.
a powerfaulPerfume distilled from the finest'
S a new. and indispensable Toilet aeccompani-.
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
handkerchief. -;
S and other Specialities and general articles
J of Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the
'4, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List free on a pication,
NOTICE --yurchasers are cautioned to avcld
couiterreits by observing that each article is
labelled with tihe iron's 'rrade3 ark, a Wbite
Oe oua-" Golden Lyre

K tonic and refreshing adjunctto the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving bscent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIMMEL'S ,JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels and packets.
RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the iouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIM ,1 EL, Perfumer byappointment to HI 17
H. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London- and R
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.

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23 We 6 33 5 6325 3 30
24 Th 6 32 5 54 26 4 18 St. Matthias.
25 Fri 630 5 54627 5 6
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27 6 27 5 57 29 6 42 Quinguagesima-
28 Mo 6 27 5 57 0 7 30 ReturnDay.Er Tm
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every Tuesday by DoU.LD M'PHEr IEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
North.w est Corner of Reid and Barnaby Street,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agent
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazettle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End,
Water Street.




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