BERMUDA COMMERCIAL |AND GENE 4L ADVERTISER AND RECOXDEB.
P- SUPER VZ&A*-AMM'ASO
Wk. per LAm
HaeItllo, ~erminda, rtne~ay, Map-ell 881
From the Bermuda Book Almanack 1881.
The Gardener's Calendar.
AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS FOR THE
MONTH OF MARCH.
Arrowroot should be taken up this month; it is
also a good time for planting it.
Beanm.-Broad Windsor and White Beans, Six
Weeks or other bush beans may be planted. Try
some bush beans.
Cucumbers should be planted at least by the mid-
dle of this month. February is the best time.
Plan| in rows 5 feet, apart and 2" to 3 feet in a
row, leaving one good plant in each place. White
Spine is the best. Mapnure liberally in the rows-
pigstye is the best. The more manure the more
Irish Potatoes.-Mould but once. Loosen the
soil before moulding. Plant second size Bermuda
potatoes about 10th; they will give a crop in July.
The blight generally makes its appearance about
the 20th March, and usually with Southwest or
East winds, when accompanied with fine rain and
fog. In 1860 it appeared on the 3rd February.
Potatoes, therefore, should be planted early to be
strong enough to withstand the disease.
Indian Corn should be planted for a crop or for
fodder between the rows of Irish Potatoes. The
thin white kind (Gourd Seed) is best; it requires
rich soil well manured to bring it to perfection. It
should be planted 3 feet apart. Plant some sugar
cane for family use.
Melons.-Seed may now be put down but not
near cucumbers as they will mix. Plant musk
melons in rows 6 feet apart, 3 feet in the row, a
good shovel full of manure in each place, and
leave but one plant when'the seeds come up. Wa-
ter melon plants should have a space 6 feet square,
2 shOvels full of manure in each hill, and only one
plant to a hill, and they will be earlier than if put
further apart and not so liable to be disturbed by
winds. A few Bird-eye peas planted among them
is an:advantage to them.
Onions.-Keep very clean and soil loose. It is
high time to have boxes all ready.
Squash may still be planted for shipping. Only
Tomatoes should be kept very clean and well
moulded so as to keep the fruit off the ground, or
it will rot.
Peas.-Plant any kind in any ground manured
for the purpose.
Trees.-Plant fruit and other trees, except olean-
der. If you have oleanders dig them up and
burn them and replace them with cedar trees, or,
best of all, hedge trees. Now is a good time to
bud aid graft trees. November and December are
better months for setting out trees of all varieties.
'" e"the Royal (azefe.
THE VEGETABLE MARKING BILL."
Ma. EI'rTot,-I see that our indefatigable Pro-
duce Agents are in the field for importing stencil
plates, but instead of soliciting orders why don't
they go into the business wholesale, and do it up
brown, when the "initials of the christian name
and surname, and the surname in full" will be re-
quired under tbhe Act just passed, of every owner and
shipper in the Colony, as well as of the Owners
out of the Colony, for whom the purchases' are
made here by agents, because the produce cannot
be shipped without the nampe of the owner first ap-
pearing on the paclager whether that owner reside
here or abroad! In msiort the packages like a Bill
of Exchban e& will :have to be en4ordd with the
name of eao*oriwer who circulates them. If John
Doe raies a crop, before he can offer it for sale
hep~tut an Ih initials of his Cristina tame
a ilhrnaine in-fllt" but before anyone can egal-
ly pmIrhase, the" fill initials of-both names, must
be put on"-this double.:work is bad enough where
only two owners are concerned and on the spot, br
suppose a piece of land planted a parts, and the
produce disposed of on joint account which is very
common here, fhbi the names of all the parties who
own the crop miist be put on, or the Act is not
complied with-then suppose the land belongs to
an Estate that has it planted on parts, what
namei are to ]be put on the packages to re-
present what it owns-the different'individuals in-
terested, or the executors, administrators, &c. ? If
an agent puihar ses or a firm abroad of course that
firnaire the'towners, and their names and initials
must also be put on the packages before they can
be legally shipped, and who is to know and super-
intend all these particulars ? If a man grows and
ships his own crop his surname is not required by
the Act, because he does not offer for sale," and
he is allowed to ship under initials, but 'suppose his
initials are the same as many others, what proof is
afforded by the initials alone in detecting fraud ?
But aside from all this, when the name of an owner
shall have been satisfactorily ascertained, what is
to proven asfraud respecting the sale or shipment of
vegetables where we have no inspection Law ?
Has not every person a'right to ship inferior pro-,
duce, small potatoes, green toniatoes, or small ripe
ones, And small onions either with or without
stalks'? Surely he has, well when this is seen
abroad and reported back to Bermuda, can it be de-
cided as fraud, and if it is, what penalty can be in-
flictiodfor It ? Can you hold up the name of the
party as afraudileit person, surely not, or he can
come on you in anaction for damages and defama-.
tiont' Bu -it is impossible for the owner of thel'
vegetables to see to the packing of all he may grow,
or pfarclasB, or ship-carelessness, ignorance or
wilfulness of a grower or packer may make the own-
er liable to a charge of fraud-but enough-the
Act is calculated to do as much harm as good,
both here and abroad, and will necessarily produce
znxch trouble," expense, confusion. and annoyance,,
and possibly injury, to our foreign cultivators, as
well as to us-poor -moultivated
Professor of Music and Singing,
S from London, .
Private L'dssons at her Home or 'Pupils' Resi-
Tern s 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
THE AUCTION SALE
Of the well!known Racing Yacht
Advertised to take place on THURSDAY last,
has been postponed until
Thursday, the 3rd
When She will be sold, without reserve, at
the Wharf in front of Our Stores,
THE H ULIL,,
A complete Set of Fittings, 1st Jib, 2nd Jib,
Mainsail, Spiniker, Racing Mainsail, Raoing
Gear, 11 Pigs Lead Ballast, 915 lbs., full set
A substantial Set of Chain MOORINGS, with
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, 21st February, 1881..
W OULD most respectfully inform the Ladies
and Gentlemen of HIamilton and the
neighborhood that he is in a position to execute
their orders, in the undermentioned capacities,
ahd upon the lowest terms :-
. CABINET MAKER
FRENCH POLISHER AND VAR-
CARPENTER AND PICTURE FRA-
Whilst as a General Decorator, from Hang-
ing a Curtain" to Laying a Cnrpet," he flatters
himself, if they will only give him a trial they
will all agree that Hughy I"innigan" is the
maan to put your house to rights.
SFebruay-22, 1881.-3 "
BRILLIANT AND DIAMOND
Subscriber has received per
S. S. Flamboroughl,"
Another Lot of the above
Which will be sold Cheap for Cash, by
W. H. IfWfTLIAGTOJV,
IIENRY A. SMITH,
Agent for Richmond Stove Company.
Hamilton, February %1, 1881.
Registered Physician & Surgeon.
Will visit Port Royal and Somerset on MON.
DAYS and FRIt)DAYS of each week.
f peci-l attention paid to Diseases of the Eye
Hamilton, Fcby. 14th, 1881.-3
IallE UNI)l:.SIGNEi) will re.eivo and
: forward Shipinments to
M eossArs. liiddleton & Co,,
NE W YORK, AS U.-UAL.
All Produce for.them to be marked with the
Initials and Surname in full of the Owner, and
shipping number 3.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
Hamilton, Feby. 14, 1881.-3 pd
By DEWOLFE of Halifax:
1 JUMP Seat Top IPH.IE TON,
to sea t 4
I Square Top ROCKAWAY, to seat 4
I Side Spring. Top PilIErTON, to seat 4
I Wellington DO. to seat 3
1 Cut under close back ROCK AWAY
2 superiorr jeavy Farm
I Cart HARNESSES
Hamilton, February 21, 1881.-2
RRY GOODS! OI0000S!t
IS. W. VWalk
Have now open in the Stores meertheir Office,
another assortment of rhperior
Direct from London by Steav l Ceto," .
I among which will be found :
IDE English PRINTS, 4d, per yard
Bleached and unbleached TOW&LS
White and Brown Turkish TOWELS -
Stotch Lawn & Cambric HAN)K ERCHIEFS
men's White, Oxford, and Fancy SHIRTS
men's BRACES and BELTS .
Men's UMBRELLAS TAPE THREAD
Tlwilled SHEETS ALHAMBRAS
IRILLS White SHEETING
oss SILK White QUILTS
air BRUSHES PERFUME POMADE
Silver ORNAMENT Pocket KNIVES
1Note PAPER ENVELOPES INK
I And many other Goods that will be sold at
toe usual low rates for cash.
'Hamilton, Feby. 15th, 1831.
30 Barrels New York,Garnet Seed
For Sale by
iSt. Georges, 21st Feby., 1881.-3
A t Duerden's New Store,
At the West End,
Will be found a large assortment of
Received per S. S. "Ceto" from 'London,
an i will he sold at very low prices.
iMR., D)UI RDEN also inf, s the Public of
Ilermuda that he is prepared to
sHIP Pi t JoUE
The comi-n Season o Lo n ndnd New York
to the best Houses in the business.
Ilamilton, Fcby. 14th, 1881.-3
W. H. Watlin'ton,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
tlA'T,, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &c., &c.,
Reid Street, near Queen's,
Proposed Sailings 1850 and 1881.
Liverpool to New York. New York to Liverpool.
Italy, Wed. Dec. 22 Sat. Jany. 8, 11 a.m.
Erin, Wed. Jany. 5 22, 930 a.m.
England, 12 29, 5 a.m.
Egypt, Thur. 27 Feb. 12, 3 p.m.
Helvetia, Wed. Feby. 2 19, 8a.m.
Spain, 9 26, 3 p.m.
Italy, 16 Mar. 5, 8-30 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),
$Zo to $60; excursion tickets $100, currency.
8teerago passage $2(6 currency. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices, Nos.
69, 71 & 73 Broidway, New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
New York, 27th Jany., 1881,
Feby. 15, 1881.
SON or about the 3rd Novembe, last TWO
B Y recent InstructffoS frnm the Marine o 1TENT were Removed. fremth
S Boards of'Underwriters of New York, BAY RACT were R eodny thwa &x9wt
Bohton, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in B ay gi ve such .ormation ee
accord.mce with the P0l1ciesoflasuraaie now th ... ..........
acordnce with the Pol.ie ..of itsur the Recovery of the same will be Suitably R#,
issued, it is imperative that all Hills and Con- warded.
tracts for the icynirs and expenses on Vessels L
disaster must be examined and approved by me iamrilfo, Jany. 3rd, 1881.
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested 'OR 84L E,
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND, A New Cedar DRAY,
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters With Patent Aloe.
of New York, Boston; Philadelphia, Apply to
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c. F. W. VOSSMER.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881. Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
Shipments of Produce
Messrs. Henry Brinker & Co.,
Will be 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.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
Hamilto-i, Fehy. 14th, 1881.-3 pd
To all who suffer from Headache.
D I. SCOOTT'S
ELECTRIC HJIR BRUSH
.Always on hand at the Store of
A. I. THOMPSON,
.Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf
Just Received per S. S. "C et"' from London,
IEAVY l)raught Cart IIARINE, SES
Carriage and Dog Cart IIARNESSES
Cart COLLARS and tiAMES
Carriage and Riding WHIPS
Stirrup LEATIIERS GIRTHS
STIRRtUPS BITS SADDLES
Per S. S. Flamborough," from New York :
CARRIAGE and Buggy HARNESSES
Cart HARNESSES (complete)
BRII)LES COLLARS TRACES
.Horse BLANKETS and RUGS
Carriage and Ladies Lap ROBES
MATS in variety, &c., &c.,
Sets WIIEELS HUBS SPOKES
And from lalifax, N. S,
2 Superior Farm
2 Good Serviceable HORSES for
Janunmy 31st, 1881.
'l['HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the M RCO!ANT' OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has ecu connected with the House of
3H. K. & P. B. Thurber &0 Co,)
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturersof Food
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-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. iThi.r-
ber enable them to give. A trial odcr, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12mn
St. George's Rotel,
XAIR%=T SaTTAnEg I
St. George's, Bermuda.
J/P. Keniieflfy, Proprielor.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.
December 20, 1880.-4m
C. T. CONYERS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
AND DEALER IN
Teas, 'Cotfees 6& Sugars,
English and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880.-6m
CHARLES EDMUND H. DICKINSON is
no longer in my employ, and consequently
has no authority whatever to receive Work on
my behalf, or in any way make use of my name
V AN APPRENTICE Wanted to the
Tailor and Draper.
Reid Street, Hamilton, Feby. 8th, 1881.
A:UGUSTUS Z. PASCHAL
West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodation an& attention given to
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, 1880.--6m
A few Ladies and Gen-
Parliament Street, Hamilton.
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.
Ilamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
Direct Jl6onthly Steam Communi.
Bermuda & London
STEAMERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every dqe,
eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
Highest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamers, Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 m
A LL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tuba, Windows,
,Brass Work, and Wood Work, clean and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing
PRIDE OF TIHE KITCHEN."
Ask for Pride o( the Kitchen' Soap
Il. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
.tWo. 9.-Vol. LVI.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
"''EKr Y REPORT OF THIE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
t'Oth and 27th February 13S1 : height above the sea
where the Vlegister is kept, being 246 feet.
Pate. d *Z I
S. 2 General Remarks.
21 sa 4 70 67 29-950 0.00 Fine, hazy
22- N 3 62 60 29-960 0-82 Fine
23 NE 3 59 59 29-730 0-20 Thick, roiny
wsw 6 f6 63 29-850 0-20 Fine
5 SE 1 60 59 30-*100 0-00 Fine
26 N 4 62 62 30-090 0-00 Fine
27 E 359 57 *30-140 0-00 Fine
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. 1
Hamilton, Itrch 1, 1881.
Feb. 24-1 S. Ceto, Tucker. Nassau via Corsan, S. C.;
assorted oargo.-Agents,. R. P. Atkins & Co.
28-Sehr. Hestrel, Wharton, Liverpool, N. S. ; lumber
&a.. to S. A. Masters.
Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst, New York ;
,Mails and assorted cargo.-Agent, Trott & Cox, I
Feb. 24-S. S. Ceto, Tucker, London; 40 bls. and 1500
boxes potatoes; 8 do. tomatoes ; 1 cask hides, &c.,
26-S. S. Bertha, Massan, New York ; 2.250 tons iron
Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New'York.
CUSTOM HOUSE ST. GEORGE.
Feby. 21.-Bark Eliza Barsa, Hollis, New York; oven,
meal and hay,-Agents, Trott & Cox.
Bark Ada J, Barnes, Banner, Baltimore, in distress ;
flour, lard and machinery.-Agents, W. C. Hyland
24-Sehr. Annie Amelia, McDonald, Cienfuegos;
molasses.--Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
Feby. 18-Sechr. Matilda C. Smith, Bulmer, New York.
Sehr. Ida L.. Nickerson, Boston ; 30 casks hake.
22-Schr. Sarah Gilman, Clifford, Boston; inward
Brigt. Kitty Clyde, May, Halifax; inward cargo.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Sunday last,
from New York-Dr. Rae R. N., and Mrs. Bee, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Clements. Mr. ,and Mrs. John L. Ludlam,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cur-
tis, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Corbusier, and infant, Mr. and
Mrs- John Slater, two children, Miss Slater, Miss E.
Slater, Mrs. G. Chauncey,. and Miss Chauncey, Mrs.
and Miss Roaf, Mrs. Bigelow, Mrs. D. Chauncey, Mrs.
Wetmore. Mrs. Thomas Miles. Miss Williams. Miss
C. C. Wallbzid.e, Messrs. R. A. Tucker, W. E. Dar-
rell: R. MeD. Kirkland, H. T. Wallbridge, R. S. New-
bold, F. D). S Nash, James Gale, W. S. Masters, H.
K. Cruikshank. "J. J. Riley, J. Q. Ormiston, Howard
Sherman,. M. F. Judge, F. S. Mitchell and Robert L.
Coursen.-2ND CABIN, William Fennell-STEERAGE,
W. E. Lusher.
)gg The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha," Captain
Crowell, is expected to day from Jamaica, on her way
Thf S. S. "Ceto" was advertised at London to leave
for Bermuda, on 4th March.
The Sir G. F. Seymour," was up at London for
Bermuda February 5.
Captain Hollis will please accept our thanks for
New York papers of the 14th ultimo.
The steamer Alhambra," Captain Astwood, from
Martinique called here on Feby. 28, to load with cotton
ex stranded ship Nonquim Dormio."
The Alhambra was anchored in quarantine at 8-30 a.m.
28th, and not being provided with a clear bill of health
issued by the British Consul at Martinque, she had
the alternative of waiting in quarantine for several
days or of proceeding at once on her voyage to New
York. The latter course was preferred, and the Al-
hambra" proceeded on her voyage last evening.
The Italian Steamer Egadi," Naccari, hence at
New York on 13th inst.
Russian Ship Gustaf Adolf, Captain Rusko, 11 days
from Baltimore, bound to St. Nazaire France, with a
cargo of wheat, anchored in Murray's Anchorage on the
26th ultimo : leaking, pumps choked, and cargo shifted.
Captain reports, left Baltimore 14th ultimo, and while
proceeding to sea with a Tag Boat, grounded on a mud
ank : returned tP, the Quarantine Station to await high
tide, and as the vessel made no water, and the Captain
being assured that no damage was done, and, consulting
the Agent. and with the consent of the Pilot, proceeded
to sea the following day. On the 18th experienced
heavy weather; on the 19(h the vessel was hove down,
which caused the cargo to shift, and was righted by
retrimming cargo; 20th 'the wheat came up through
the pumps, which were sometimes completely choked ;
had to go down the man-hole, lift the pumps and clear
them ; at one time had 3 feet water in the hold; had to
clear the pumps constantly until arrival at Murray's
Anchorage.-John S. Darrell. Agent.
The Bark "Adda J. Bonner," Capt Bonner,
from Baltimore, bound to Rio Janeiro, arrived at St.
George's on Wednesday last, with bowsprit badly
sprung.-Agents, W\. C. Hyland & Co;
Sehr. '"Ann Amelia,' Captain McDonald, from
Cienfugos. bound to HIalifax with molasses, was towed
into St. George's harbour on Thursday last with main-
mast gone and all attached, and vessel leaking badly.
Had been on the coast and experienced very severe
weather, out 26 days,-Agents, W. U. Hyland & Co.
We understand that Murray's Anchqrage presents
quite a busy appearance just now, with its fleet of dis-
abled vessels, and lighters at work.
We learn there are five large vessels anchored there,
the smallest of which is about 1050 tons. Hulks, &c.,
are employed to lighten four of them, to enable them
to be brought into port, to effect necessary repairs.
These ships aggregate upwards of 5874 tons; and
the vessels and lighters employed in lightening thera.
something like 1876 tons ; making about 7550 tons inl
the Anchorage, which is unusual, if not unprecedented,
HI. M. S. *" Orontes" was to leave England on the
15'h Febry. for Bermuda, to take thence to the West
Indies the'99th Regiment. She will probably call at
Quecnstown which would cause two or three days
BERMUDA HUNT FIXTUPS.
MEET AT 3 P.a.'
THyuSDAY, Warwick Camp
8rd March )
THUMA1o, Knapton Hill
THuavAY,' The Yacht Club,
2th March Hamilton.
THUSDAY, Riddle's 1 ay.
T.B.-There will be no Hunt
March, if the Troopship arrives.
T. F. J. Tuck-
er's Cricket Fld.
on Thursday, 3rd
On Tuesday last, while driving on the road South
of Mangroville, when about to turn oni the NorthW
Pagets' Road, the BRvd J. F. B. L. Lough was
thrown from his carriage by Mr. S. D. Robinson's
Bread Cart without a driver (the horse having tak-
en fright in Warwick, and run away) coming in
contackwith it, the forewheels locking. The Rev-
erand gentleman received a slight bruse on the' back
of the head and was shaken by the fall, but has
notwithstanding, continued to attend to his minis-
ANNUAL INSPECTION From Europe and the United States.
OF THE -s
8GTH (ROYAL COUNTY DOWN) REGIMENT. The Mail Steamer, Flemborough, Capt. White- t
On Friday last the inspection of the 86th RCD burst, arrived at about 5 p.m., on Sunday last, after a
On Friday last the inspection of the 86th (R.C.D.) a beautiful run from New York. t
Regiment took place at St. Georges. and as the day Captain Whitehurt and Mr. Purser Dupont will
was bright and lovely many visitors (especially please accept our thanks fr late New Yor papers.
strangers) were induced to go to St. Georges to
visit it. At half-past ten o'clock the regiment PARNELL'S FRENCH ALLIES.
having bedh formed in line received the General PARIS, Feb. 19.-The J~stice, Clemenceau's organ
(Sir Robe~' Michael Lafiatf, K.C.M.G., R.E.,) and and the ntranaigneant, Rochefort's paper, this morn-
Suite, with the usual salute on such occasions, after ing contain long and eulogistic articles on Parnell t
which the General rode from right to left down the and the Land Leaguers. The Justice considers the
front line, and back from left to right down the nifeso a masterpiece, and exults at the annoyance
of the regiment at manifesto a masterpiece, and exults at the annoyance
second line, the splendid band of the regiment at Parnell's visit to Paris is causing the French govern.-
the time playing the favorite air "The Maid of ment TheIntransioawt, makes the Land Leaguers
Athens." The regiment then marched past in a peg o whih to hang violent attack on Gambet.
column, quarter column, and column of double ta and Andrieux. This is just he sort of thing Mr.
companies-the latter in double time, then it went Parnell ought to have expected from the French
through the manual and firing exercise under Major socialists. They areaot dangerous as enemies, but
Gray, which finished, Lieutenant and Adjutant they are very dangerous as friends.
Haggard drilled it in the bayonet exercise, which
was executed like all the other drill with the L Do,Feb.23.-A despatchfromBolton,Lan -
utmost precision and perfection. Battalion move- cashire, to-day says :-1"A large quantity of pistols
ments were then executed under Major McKenzie, d ammunition has been forwarded here for the use
after which Colonel Adams again took command of the police in the event of any Fenian outbreak."
and repelled an attack made by a supposed enemy Faher Harley, a Catholic priest, of Kilcolman, near
advancing from under Fort Victoria. This was the Paonown, was to.ay evicted rom his
culminating point in the day's proceedings; for There was no rioting although an immense crowd of
when the bugle and drum corps took up their p people was present and a force of 160 of the constab-
tion in the centre of the main body or column while afor Fry anced military, Mr. Prnell, embarked at Dover
it followed up and supported the long line of skir- for FraFce at noon to-day.
mishers which had been thrown out, and they LOeDOx, Feb. 23.-The Norwegian ship Juno,
struck up a martial air, this, with the continued Capt. Carlsen, wbich silei from Limerick for the
and rapid volley after volley of rifle firing and the United States last week, tsnd which had been lying
thorough English cheer of the whole body off Foyne Island for two days in charge of a number
engaged as it victoriously drove off the enemy, of marines, yesterday continued her voyage as far as
was inspiriting in the highest degree, and seemed Scattery Rpads. A"body of police is still aboard and
to animate the very ladies themselves who were in will not leave her until sha is clear of the river.
large numbers on the ground. BOMBAY, Feb. 23,-Nineteen of the prisoners
We must not forget, however, to state that after charged with conspiracy to murder the European
the Regiment had gone through the bayonet exer- residents of Kolapore 'iave been found guilty.
cise, it was formed into a hollow square and the but sentence has been def rred. The other persons
General made a lengthy and complimentary ad- accused have been acquitted.
dress stating that he was much pleased and should LoxvoN, Feb. 23.-In the House of Commons
make a favourable report to the Commander-in- to-day Premier Gladstor e gave notice that if the
Chief. consideration of the bill for the better protection of
We have seen many Inspections and Reviews person and property in Ireland, as amended, is
during the last fifty years in the "Field" at St. not concluded to-day, ha would give notice of a
George's but we can safely say we never saw a motion for having all tie amendments put forth.
brighter or better disciplined Regiment or move- with at seven o'clock to morrow evening, and for
ments executed with better precision, than we wit- immediately afterward commencing the debate on
nessed on Friday last, and should the gallant regi. the 8rd reading of the bill. The home rule mem-
ment ever be called on to defend the dignity of its bers of the House of Commons are determined to
Queen and Country, we have no fear of failure on exhaust the sltingsaft to-day and to-morrow with
the part of the gallant Eighty-Sixth. amendments to the Protection bill, and it is thought
After the Regiment had been dismissed the Offi- probable that the bill will not be presented in the
cers went through the sword exercise before the House of Lords until Moiday next. In the House
General who then inspected the Regimental Books, of CommUoi consideration of the Protection bill
Men's Kits, Barrack Rooms and Work Shops of was continued in a dilaory manner. Two home
the Regiment, all of which we learn were highly rule amendments lnlbend.d to introduce a distinct
satisfactory. provision in the bill that prisoners be leniently
treated and allowed to !ssodate with each other,
On Saturday last His Excellency thd Governor were rejected by mvjoritis of 115 and 228 respec-
visited the Public Schools at St. Gorge's, being tively, Mr. Forster merely saying that the Govern.
met by members of the Local Board of Education, ment would do its best to prevent hardship. During
and examined the various Classes as to their pro- the debate Mr. T. P..O'Connor was warned and Mr.
ficiency in the studies pursued. At the School un- Healy silenced by the Speaker for for irrelevancy and
der the direction of Mr. Penny, His Excellency de- repetitions. 'The consideration of the Bill had not
slivered the Prizes which had been awarded some been finished when the h use was obliged to rise by
weeks before, and which had been retained for this the rule governing Wednesday's sittings. Mr. Glad-
especial purpose. After the close of the examine stone's notice, therefore that he would move for
tion Mr. Penny put his Pupils through a course of having all amendments put forthwith to-morrow
Drill outside the School Room, and marched them evening holds good. Te London correspondent
past Ils Excellency. This is a new feature in the evening holds good.Tte London correspondent
School system here, but a vy important one, as it of the Mantester Guardian, says:- Mr. John
tends much to the setting up and development of I Brioght, Chacellorof tpe Duchy of Lancaster,
.the whole physical system. strongly recommends proceeding with the Land
We understand His Excellency was pleased with bill in the H use of Corimons and allowing the
the result of his visit. Arms bill to drop. The Ministers would gladly lay
the Arms bill aside if satisfied that they could do
.so safely. It it believed that the forthcoming return
S INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE. of agrarian cri rp for.h y first fortnight in February
Hanldan Adds Another Victory to His Long List- will, like that ti last or thb, be remarkable for the
Champion of England"- Wins by Four Lengths. comparative absence of offences committed with
SLosDoxq, Feb. 14.-The boat race between Hanlan firearms." '
of Toronto, and Laycook of Australia, took place LozxoW, Feb. 22.-Our Dublin correspondent
this afternoon and was won by Hanlan in gallant telegraphs as follows:-At the Land League meet-
style by four lengths. The men got away on fair ing here this afternoon a telegram was read from
terms. Hanlan soon took the lead. At Hammer- Mr. Parnell postponbig the proposed anti-coercion
smith Bridge he was three lengths ahead, rowing meetings next Sunday throughout Ireland until the
splendidly. Laycock rowed strongly and well terms of the new Land bill were made known. A
throughout. letter was read from Mr. Egan, now in Paris, de-
WhatHanlan Wins.-Hanlan Is now the absolute nouncing Mr. Shaw's manifesto as an audacious
owner of the Sportsman Championship Cup, having assumption of leadership.
already defeated Elliott and Tricket. Besides the Is FzmxANIx ExtniOT ?-LoNDoN, Feb. 22.-In
cup and the stake he gains 100 promised by the the course of the debate on the Coercion bill to.
"donors of the cup. The proprietors of the Sports- night Mr. Parnell declared that the Fenian organ-
man will further present him with a commemorative ization in Ireland was never less active than at pre-
medal valued at twenty-five guineas. Hanlan sent. Sir William Harcourt, the Home Secretary '
sails on Thursday from Liverpool in the Inman said the government bad grounds for beleiving that
steamer City of Chester, for New York. He will Fenianism still exifged and still designed to carry I
be accompanied by Wallace Ross, of St. John, N.B. out its objects by the most abominable and deteeta-
Trickett will visit America during the spring. ble means. Ite referred to O'Donovan Rossa's
Laycock sails for Sydney on Saturday. utterances and a violent Epeech by John Devoy in
PEMBROKE PARI S H. Mr. Gladstone, relying toquestions in the House
LENT WEB-DAY Smvios. of Commons to-night, said he could not give the
PAC h WeA y I I details of the Land bill until he presents the bill in
Parish Church.-Every Wednesday, 11 a.m. the House with a 'lear prospect of proceed ing
Trinity Church.-Every Wednesday and Friday, therewith.
7 p.m. Daily Morning Prayer, 9 a.m. Evening erew
Prayer, 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and LONDO, Feb. 21.-In his speech at Clara,Kings
Saturday. county, yesterday, Mr. Parnell is said to have
_____ advised the tenant farmers, in case of a threatened
Itt has been suggested that one of the Pillar eviction, to plouglfnp the land in order to pro-
Letter Boxes, now piled on the Post Office Veran- vent the landlord from grazing bhis cattle thereon.
dah,might advantageously be placed at Mr. Heyl's I The tenants, be asserted, might accept the Land
corner, West End of FroSt Street, Hamilton. bill, so far as it would enable them to better con-
Emptied twenty minutes before the closing of the tinue their struggle against landlordism. Mr.
morning and afternoon mails it would prove a Parnell has written to th. Secretary of the branch
great convenience to the mercantile public clustered of the Land League at Clara retracting his advice
in this locality, and would serve the west suburbs I to plough up the land, because, he says, bhe has
without entailing a long walk to the Post Office,. learned that unjust and barbarous laws take such
an act punishable by seven years' penal servitude.
The Amateur Dramatic performances on Friday CLARA, Feb. 20.J-Mr. Parnell arrived at Kings-
evening and last evening at the Theatre Royal, town this morning, and travelled to Moate by the
Prospect, under the patronage of His Excellency Midland Railway. The journey was a continuous
the Governor and Lady Laffan-"New Men and scene of enthusiastic denmonstratious. At all the
Old Aeres,"-were highly successful both as regards stagons enormous crowds of people had assembled
excellence of acting and attendance.' We hope to to cheer. Mr. Parnell left the train at Moate,
notion them in our next. where he was met by b:nds from Clara and an
_- escort of the Land League cavalry, numbering fully
We understand that the roads leading from the 200 horsemen. By these he was escorted to Clara,
East end of Hamilton require cleaning up. Some a distance of eight miles At the entrance to the
enterprising farmer would find it advantages to village the horses weie taken from his brougham
obtain leave from the proper authorities to carry and the vehicle was drawn round the streets to the
away this valuable manure. platform. The enthusiasm was immense. Fully
I -- T 16,000 people were present Loud cheers followed
On Tuesday last, Wasbingtons' Birthday, Gener- his speech, announcing that Mr. Forster would have
al Hastings and Mrs. Hasting received the mem- to construct prisons for !0,000 people, counselling
bers of the Hunt at a finish, and a number of their avoiding retaliation by force against force, and that
friends at Norwood, the afternoon was agreeably foreign sympathy and the unwritten law favoured,
spent. their cause. Resolutions were then passed demand-
ing a peasant proprietary and denouncing coercion
LONDON, Feb. 23.-In the House of Commons and the arrest of Davltt. The American flag waved
to-day Premier Gladstone gave notice that If the over the President's chair.
consideration of the bill for the better protection of A despatch from Rome says: "The Pope has
person and property Ireland,as as amended, is not expressed his indignatior at Mr. Parnell and the
concluded to-day, he would give n( tice of a motion principal members Of the Land League, whom the
for having all the amendments put forthwith at Roman Catholic Bishops in Ireland have represented
seven o'clock to-morrow evening, and for immedi- as the only sincere patriots, for having formed an
ately afterward commencing the debate on the third alliance with HearI Roobefort ,and other anti-
reading of the bill. The hdme rule members of the ; clericals."
House of Commons are determined to exhaust the --
sittings of te-day and to-morrow with amendments SOUFH AFRICA.
to the Protection bill, and it is thought probable LoxDON, Feb. 20.-A despatch from Cape Coast
that the bill will not be presented In the House of Castle says :-6" The beginning of hostilities is
Lords until Monday next. Two home rule amend- momentarily expected. The Ashantees are three
ments, intended to introduce a distinct provision days march from here. Four hundred and fifty-
in the bill that prisoners be leniently treated and one troops and the Crew o; a gunboat, have arrived
allowed to associate with each other, were rejected and sone gatli igs have bean landed."
by majorities of 115 and 228 respectively. Mr. Advices received at Ashantee from Axim, on the
Forster merely saying that the government would Gold Coast, represent that the King of Asbantee
do its best to prevent hardship. I can put 90,000 men in the field.
LONDON, Feb. 22.-A telegram from Durban I
ays:-" General Sir Evelyn Wood has returned
o Pietermaritzburg to superintend arrangements
at the base of operations. Troops from Newcas-
le-presumably the Rifles, Highlanders and Hfs-
ars-started at two o'clock this morning for Gen.
Colley's camp, and according to the latest advices,
hey bad reached, without opposition, Schan's
Hootge, Plateau, which was the scene of General
Colley's last reverse." The Standard's correspon-
lent at Cape Town says ai vices from;Potchefstrool i
o the 8th inst. show th -t th- garrison there is safe.
A despatch to the News from Newcastle reports that
ill is well, and that Wakkerstroom is provisioned
or three weeks.
KING CETYWAYO. LONDON, Feb. 21.-A despatch
rom Cape Town says that Cetywayo, the captive
Zulu King, will shortly be transferred from the cas-
tle at Cape Town to a farm near the city, where he
will enjoy considerable liberty.
LONDON, Feb. 21.-In the House of 'Commons
this afternoon Lord Colin Cambell asked whether
the government had instructed its commanders re-
lative to the terms on which the suspension of hos-
tilities with the Boers may be agreed to. Mr.
Gladstone replied that the government had taken
steps which appear to them best qualified to pre.
mote a satisfactory settlement and stop the effusion
of blood, but he declined to enter Into details. The
Standard has reason to believe that the government
has been informed that negotiations have been be-
gun between General Colley imnd the Boers, and it
is expected a truce will soon be arranged. The
arls.$Le In Baputo Ltandwill be commencedion the
18th nast., and willend on the 24th.
THE IRISH QUESTION.
The Irish question will soon enter upon a more
interesting phase. The government seems to be
resolved to suppress the Land League and the agi-
tation arising out of it. In a few days the bill will
pass giving the Irish Secretary the right to send
every member of the Irish party to jail. Already
Mr. Davitt is in prison, and, although the pretext
for his arrest looks too much like a subterfuge to be
worthy of a great government, the act itself fore-
shadows the government policy. It will be difficult
for Mr. Gladstone to withstand the public opinion of
England, which demands the suppression of the
League, not merely by the arrest of ticket-of-leave
men like Davitt, but the arrest of the leaders. Mr.
Parnell will be compelled to withdraw from his agi-
tation or submit himself to the laws. A story is
that one section of the Irish members will go over
to Ireland to arouse the people and incur arrest;
another will go4o France to manage the agitation
from that country. Mr. Parnell will visit America
to raise money, and the Land League will be left
ostensibly in the hands of ladies. In any event we
cannot help seeing that Mr. Parnell has wasted his
opportunities for usefulness.
Mr. Parnell's position as an Irish leader with a
great following is either in Ireland among his people
or in the House of Commons among his peers. He,
of course, with his extreme views, cannot have all
that he wishes from Parliament. But he could have
gained a great deal. The government is friendly to
Ireland. No government for a generation has had
within its ranks statesmen as anxious to serve Ireland
as Mr. Bright, Mr. Forster and Mr. Chamberlain.
If Mr. Parnell were a statesman, thinking of the
immediate and ultimate good of his people, he would
have strengthened the hands of the government, taken
from it all that it would give, and thus secure for
Treland a better land bill than she has ever known
This would have been a practical gain. Then, hav-
ing gained that, he could have revived his agitation
and pressed on for repeal, home rule, or whatever
he deemed best for Ireland,
This seems to be the common sense view of the
opportunity Mr. Parnell has lost, not alone for him-
self, but for Ireland.' Nor can we seed what he has
gained. A policy of uproar soon wears itself, out and
so far as gain for Ireland is concerned we have had
nothing but a policy of uproar.
POTATOES FOR THE LONDON MARKET.-The S. S.
Ceto left on Tuesday last for London, having received
on board here, besides other articles, 1500 boxs, and 40
bls. of new potatoes, some of them of the Kidney de.
seription, a kind. not commonly grown here, but
considered the best for the London Market. Most of
these potatoes were boxed some 12 or 14 days previous
to their being shipped. We hope they will reach their
distant market in good condition, and bring remunera-
A tow Potatoes packed in tomato boxes, shipped per
Himalaya, via Nassau and Bull River, sold in London
as follows-Early Rose, 5s., Kidney, 7s. per box.
The Agricultural Meeting advertised to take
place in Pagets Parish failed of its purpose owing
to the absence of the gentleman who was to have
taken the chair. The attendance was large, and
no doubt the interchange of opinions was profitable.
Such meetfiut if properly arranged, may prove
productive of much benefit to the Agriculturists.
We thank "Horse and Buggy" for his communica-
tion and shall be pleased to here further from him.
Bishop Mitehinson has signified his intention of
resigning in April next the Diocese of Barbadoes,
to assume the duties of Co.Adjutor Bishop of
Captain H. G. Pilleau, R. E., has received the
appointment of local Engineer officer, at the Royal
Military College Sandhurst.
Ig Circumstances compel us to go to press this
morning with our pages far from being as correct
as we would desire them to be.
BIRTH, on the 13th December, 1880. at Nelson
Place, Redcliff, Bristol, the WIFE of Charles Ravenhill,
of a DAUOHTuR.
MARRIE D, on Wednesday, Febuary 16th, at Grace
Church, by the Revd. A. B. Carter, RICHARD S. GIL-
LBSPIE, of New York. to JENNIE, second daughter of
Thomas Miles, Esqr., of Bermuda.--N. Y. times, Feb.
DIE 1), in Devonshire Parish, on Friday, 25th ult.,
REBECCA HUBBARD, relict of the late Thomas Hub-
bard, aged 102 years, leaving one son, and two daugh-
ters to mourn their loss.
The Undersigned are prepared to
receive orders for
To comply with the new Iaw, and invite their
Customers to leave their orders during the cur.
rent month. As the Law is already in force
they recommend prompt orders.
Cost will be collected on delivery of Plate.
,'rot'rTr & cox.
I lamilton, Bermuda, Feby. 15, 188l.-43-3p
TIRST Class COOK Wanted at once. Ap-
F- plication at the Royal Gazette" Office,
must be made on or before To-morrow, Wed-
nesday Evening the 2ndinst.
Hamilton, March lIt, 1881,
TO BE SOLD
BY PUBLIC AucrOTIO,
On Thursday next,
The 3rd March,
If not previously disposed of, at 2 o'clock, in
Front of our STORES, the following articles,
the Property of the Officers 99th legt.,
1 LARGE Dining Room MIRROR
L 1 Large Mahogany TABLE extra
2 Easy CHAIRS Leather covered
2 Very Superior
C 0 W S,
1 CALF, &c., &Q.,
1 HORSE and CARRIAGE.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton. Feb. 28. 1881.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
UNDER TUE BIG SHIED,
On Thursday next,
The 3rd March, at 12 o'clock, M.
501 0 TEW York HAMS
'-' l o20 Tubs New York Family Butter
20 Drums Halifax CODFISH
10 Buckets Fat MACKEREL
10 Half Hhds. English PORTER
10 Cases London Bottled ALE
25 Bls. Table POTATOES
40 Bls. Garnet Seed POTATOES
10,000 Tomato LATHS
5 Half Bls. MACKEREL
5 Tins Superior LARD
2 Bis. OATMEAL
1 Carriage HARNESS
1 Cart HARNESS
5 Half Chests Oolong TEA
1 Sack Bottle CORKS
50 Gross Comb MATCHES
5 Bls. Green GINGER
1000 Lbs. Green COFFEE
10 Bls. S. F. FLOUR
10 Boxes LEMONS 1 GOAT 2 KIDS
10 Doz. Tins PRUNES
117 Lbs. RAISINS
1 4 Oared Racing GIG
the property of the Officers of the 99th (D. of
S The well known Yacht
Complete with Mainsail, 3 Jibs, Fittings and
21 Tons Iron Ballast
A Lot of Household FURNITURE
belonging to an Officer leaving the Island:-
TABLES CARPFT=a Hearth RUGS
Handsome WARDROBE, ,lardiseae-
Rocking, ae Amnl Office OCAIRS
LAMPS Lamp SHADES VASES
MIRRORS *FILTER STOVE BATH
And a great many other Goods that will ap-
pear at the Sale too numerous to mention.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, Feb. 28th, 1881.
9000 feet inch
At One Penny per foot eash, if taken from t.he
Also, Small Poles for Boats Masts, ry
cheap, to close. -
Persons having engaged ONION BOXES
from the Kestrels" Cargo will receive tlhem at
once, as they will not be-held after nest week.
SAML. A. M *WERS.
28th February, 1881.-2 pd
,Chas. P. Woodworth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
(ON6si NMENS OF PRODUCE solicited
1- to above Address and Highest Market
Rates guaranteed. Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCI I, PL ATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
Hamilton, Feby. 26, 1881.-tf
Notice to Tresspassers.
THIS to notify all Parties that TrespaM.-
ing on the RICHMOND PROPERTY, in
this Parish, is strictly prohibited by the under-
Persons found tresspassihg will be punished
according to Law.
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, March 1st, 1881.-2 pt.
Notice to Shippers.
rpH E Undersigned having been appointed
AGENT at Bermuda by ROBERT G.
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipmqnt jof ItERMUDA PRODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt return of Sales Guaranteed.
TAT TI.MNIEL VESEY.
At R. 1. COOPE0'S,
61 FRONT STREET.
Hamilton, Feby. 1set, 1881.-3p tf
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
About 1,800 is
'equfced to disburse the expenses on Brig
At this Port hence to Baltimore, the same to
be secured on Bottomry and Respondentia.
Parties desirous of furnishing the said
amount are requested to respond to this adver-
tisement in writing, addressed to the care of
the Vice Consul for Italy, D. M'PHEE LEE,
Feb. 28. 1881.
For Benefit of Owners, Underwri-
ters and all Concerned.
WILL LIf SOL ,
On Monday next,
7th MMwqh at 12 o'clock, noon,
On DAVENPORT'S WHARF,
muw rr-rl-lr- I'VTTT Tr
IHI HE U Lij
As it now lies; which vessel stranded on these
Islands in December last, while on a voyage
from Savannah to Liverpool, G. B.
T. C. McCALLAN,
W. C. HYLAND & CO., i
St. George's, 28th Feby., 1881. i
TENDERS for PAINTING the Sheds on the
Wharves will be received at my Offico un-
til noon of FRIDAY next the 4th inst., the
work to be commenced immediately,
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Hamilton, March 1st, 1881.-1
THE Corporation of Hamilton intending to
improve the ground on the Southern side
of the Front street; between the Town Hall
Wharf and the next Wharf Westward, will pay
the sum of Ten Pounds for a Plan for the
adopt-said Plans to be sent in to my office by
Hamilton, March 1st, 1881.-2 3p.
ALL Persons INDEBTD to the late Firm
of B1. W. WALKIft & CO., are hereby
notified that heir respective Anrounts must be
paid to R. D. I)ARRIELL, Esqr., (who is au-
thorised to receive them) by the 30th of April
All amounts remaining.unsettled at that date,
will then he sued for without further notice.
B. W. WALKER,
THOSE. J. WADSON.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-2 3p pd
Notice to Farmers and
KE ehall be prepared to attend to the for-
To the Consignment of
NOTICEGeo. W. Spencer,& Co..
187 Reade Street, New York.
TO F,4RJIER OTHERS. During the ensuing Season.
-- For Stencil Plates and all other information
THE Undersigned will be prepared !o forward please call or address
Consignments of OUTERHRIDGE BROS.,
BERM.I UDV PROIt Reid St., Hamilton.
D UCE February 28, 1881.-tf
To MESSRS. E. P. LOOMIS & CO., Notice to le merchants and
95 Barclay Street, New York,
And will also pay full Market Rates for Pro- 'Farmers.
,dace throughout the Season, rH Undersigned has just received from New
STENCIL PLATES will be ordered for any Yk
one regauiing them. Steel Stencil Dies
THOSE. J. WJADSONJ I And is prepared to furnish STENCIL PLATES
Hamlhon, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf to comply with .the new Law at the shortest
notice and at a Moderate Price.
lJOwn DeWinter &
And Dealers in
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
... 51 and 53 Fulton Row,
West Washington Market, New York.
Reference-Irviog National Bank, New York.
Con Imeuls Solicited. Prompt Sales and
Agents in Bermuda,
*, e Reid St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
In (. rnwpers and Shin-
A. R. THO1IPSO.N
, Hamiltpn, Feb. 8,-18,1.-3 '
Dunscomb & Frith,
TalE Undersigned will receive and forward
Shipments of Produce
To the above Firm, as usual. ,
Packages must be marked with the Initials of
the Christian name and full surname of lthe
Owner, and with the shipping number.
J. FREDA. SMITH.
February 28, 1881.-3 3p tf
,PRODUCE SHIPMEN rs.
pers of Bermuda Produce. The Undersigned is prepared to Receive and
"""~I S Ship consignments of
1U. F. JUDG E, Bermuda Produce
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE, B every opportunity,
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kindsof o the Address of
BERMUDA PRODUCE .Messrs. Darrell 4 Co.,
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier, 83 Pearl Street. New York.
West WashingtonMarket. digest Market Hates obtained and prompt ac-
A the Season for Shippingall kinds of BER- count sales and settlements guaranteed.
MA DA PRODUCE to this market is now
at hand, we again take the liberty of placing W. 'I. JM[JES.
our services at your disposal for the sale of any 42 Front Street.
consignments you may make to this market. Hamilton, Ist Maach, 1881.--tn 3p
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(5) years one of the best in our market and
it'gives us every advantage to dispose of the .
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there- 'lIE Undersigned, Master of the S. 8. Ber-
by enabling us to make prompt returns with t," hereby desires toaexpress his thanks
nt ei 's to CAPTAIN MORESBY, Captain-in-Charge
We are sure after you have given us a trial at H. M1. Naval Yard, for tle valuable assist-
ou will be satisfied with our dealings and will arrce afforded him to effect the repairs required
only too anxious to continue shipping to us by his ship.
all through the season. JOHN WM. MASSAM,
Mra. Those. H. PITT of Hamilton, Master S. S. Berths."
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most Bermuda, Feby. 25, 1881.-pda
hbaipy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
pliation, and give you all the necessary infor- N O f
nation you require. Any time you write us t
about markets, business prospects, etc we will
give you all the information in our power. WAN
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction WANTED A GOOD STEADY
'and pleasure it would afford us to hear from IAN
you soon, and thanking you for past favors,
and hoping you will still continue entrusting Driver for Bread Cart.
us with your confidence, we are, Apply at the IHamilton Bakery.
Yours Respectfully, SAMUEL D. ROBINSON.
O'CONNOR & JUDGE. e8th February, 1881.-3
New York, March 1st, 1881.
L T Ste1ncil Plates.
ON Saturday Evening, 26th ebruary, bet- W E shall be prepared to furnish STENC IH
O ween Presbyteitan Chureh' Hamilton, and PLATES to meet the requirements of
the Residence of J. H. Jackson, the new Law, on return of S. S. Flamborough.'
A CARRIAGE-R7UG AND SMALL Parties desiring same will please leave their
S. ISHAWL. orders early.
The finder will be rewarded by leaving same OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
at Oice ot the Royal Gazette." i eid St., Hamilton.
Hamilton, February 28, 1881.
New York Mail Steamer. I Nptice.
Thb Steamer 'rHECENSUS COMMISSIONERS have ap- BERMUDA, Alias
J- pointed the undermentioned Persons as SOMERS' ISLANDS.
Flamintborou H, ENUMERATORS for the following Districts: I By His Excellency Maj.-General
A-ti e rt Jbhn Fowle Sandys, [L.S.M.] SIR 11OBERT MICHAEL
Captain Vhitehurst, Ernest Warren Cooper Soutuampton, It. -I. Laffan, LAFFAN,R.E., K.&.M.G.,
Will leave Ilaminlton for St Georges at 10 a.m., William James Francis Frith Warwick,: Maj.-Genl., Governor, in a ommander-in-
61r J- ED "S D 4 Charles Archibald Vincent Chief, in and over these Ir-
2 'nd Mar^, S Frith Paget Governor f Coh- lands, Sc., fe., &c.
2nd Marth, Samuel Alexander Masters West Pembroke, Mander-in- Chief.
i .* --*A -A W ,TT1T ~a --3 m -H ~ _l-4 t- --1 _1 ^^
And i t10 leave thence at d30U p.m., Willim cEdward Talbot E jast embroke,
Florentius Tynes Frith Devonshire,
Sr h, Frederick Kirby Outerbridge Hamilton,
FOR NEW YORK. William James Boyle St. Georges,
Date for next departure 'from New York is Proper,
10th Marbch. William Thomas Roberts St. David and
Parties shipping Bermuda Produce are notified Tucker's Town,
that all that shall be offered uiutiil 9 a.m. 2nd
March, at Hamilton, will be taken on board, Richard Evemy Johnson, Naval Ireland Il'd,
and any overplus will be sent ;to i t. George's Samuel McClenaham, Color-
by boat, receiving until I p.m. same date. Sergt 86th Rgt,, Military St. George,
Bills of Lading for Bermuna. Produce will be John Frederick White,
signed nutil 10 a.m. 3rd MA rehl Schoolmaster 99th, "'do. Prospect, &c.
Parcels and Specie with iteavy Baggage, will The above named Enumerators are requested
be received until 6 p.m. 2ndiMarch. to attend a meeting of the Commissioners to
Passengers bound to England vie New York be held at the Court House in Hamilton, on
are-requested to give notir at this Agency as THURSDAY the 10th inst., at 11 o'clock in
far in advance as possible:, 'but are warned that the forenoon.
expense Is icurred when a passenger's accom- By Order of the Commissioners,
modation is secured in advance and subsequent-
ly is not used. RICHARD TYNES,
Passengers for New York this trip will be for. 2 Clerk
warded by Carriages leaving from opposite this plea copy.]
Agency at noon 3rd Marci4 | [Colonistplease copy.]
TR OTT 4- COX, Commissariat Office,
Agents. I s ar c 8 1
Ilamilton, Bermuda, .March 1st, 1881.-Aents. HAMILTON, 1st March, 1881.
-- p yHE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENE-
SColonist" please copy. RAL will receive Tenders, in duplicate',
*, up to 12 o'clock, noon,
Notice to the Public. ^^ .,
frHE attention of the Quebec Steamships The 14th Instant,
Company having beeu draw to the value From Persons desirous of RENTING part of
of the BermudaOranges, ana. the adaptability of WAR DEPARTMENT
the climate of the Island tot the growth of the LETTING No. 19,
" Lisbon or Sicilia.n Lemon," they, hoping to. 19,
assist in the production of a. large future source Consisting of One Cottage and about 2 acres
of freight, beg to offer tt Transpoi t free of and 1 rood of Grazing and Arable Land, situ-
charge during 18I1, all eIbos containing young ated near Prospect,
Orange uhand Lemon Trees. ALSO,
4 W, w. MOORE,, LETTING No. 35
Manager, Qtuec and New York. L TTING 35
A. E. OUTERBRIDGE & Co., On North Shore Road.
Agents, New York, Forms of Tender with all information can i
T O 1 1 V be obtained at the Commissariat Office, Ham-
T ol.- & C X, ilton, between the hours of 10a.m. and 2p.m.
r.14. .. ,Agets, IIermila,. daily.
IFeby. 19i, 1881.-.-63P.
Can have their Orders filled by leaving the same
with the Undersigned.
J. 'T. DJIRREL L4 CO.
Hamilton, Febl. 35, ,881^2 ,
$i0 a ttl Atout,
In HhIds., Half Hhs, and:. Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. OL AN SON & C 0.
ARMY AND NAVY, BREWERY,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
d defy Cumpetiion..
For Sale by
J. J. RIC HARDSON,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January IP, IS'41. -3im 3p, ,p.
PERSONS DESIROUS OF
To iL he( Coiri~siment of
$1-S. MIDDaTO4i & CO,,
Will plea.e :c :ll np.,n the Undersigned who will
render ilihe very facility for so doing.
s1\M L. A..MASTERS.
February 2-2, i31,--tf
iU TII, TO GR OfVER S /ANDI
O f'NERS OF
BERMUDA P K0 DU CE.
rI HE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
. tentiou to the forwarding of BERMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of
.11essrs'. John *'itx 48 Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
During the coming Crop -cason.
All charges for Cost of VIemittance for nett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
The highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
. A n i----.. .-- l. .I.k .: k
JOHN. H RANDALL,
District Commissary General.
ON Saturday Evening last, between the
.' Royal Gazette" Office and Pitt's Bay,
A Bunch of Keys.
Tlie Finder wifl be libeyraly rewarded by
leaving same at the Royal Gazette" Stationery
Iamilton. Feby. 28, 1881.
Notice to Importers from
The Lndersigned will have an
Despatched from New York for this Port
On Tuesday, 15th
Freight respectfully solicited.
Engagement List for Freight open at our
Office until 6 p.m.,
I WED NE' SD .s4 Y,
Parties will please send their Orders forward
by S. Flamborough" leaving hence on 3rd.
Rates of Freight 40 Cents per Dry Barrel.
75 Cents per liariel Kerosene Oil.
, I J. T. DARRELL 4. CO.
I Agents at New York DARRELL & CO., 83
, Hamilton, Bermuda, March 1, 1881.
The Undersigned will have a ,
Despatched from New York shortly after arri va
of Stenamner hence, an i has room for a limited
quantity of FRKI1GHT if applied fodr immedi-
ORD ERS to be sent forward by Flambo-
rough" on Thursday next.
For further particulars apply to
JOHJl F. BURROWS.
IHamilton, 28th Feby., 1881.
WHEREAS this present COLOwIAL PARLIA-?
SMENT stands prorogued to Wednesda,
the Second day of March next, I have thought
fit further to prorogue and do hereby further
prorogue the said Colonial Parliament to
THURSDAY, the Seventh day of April next,
of which af well the Members of the Legisla-
tive Council as the Members of the House of
Assembly are hereby required to take notice
and to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the
Great Seal of these Islands
this 28th day of February,
A.D., 1881, and in the 44th
year of Her Majesty's Reign,
By HiiAERceUleny's Command, ,
R. E. WEBSTER,
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
HAMILTON, 7TH FEBRUARY, 1881.
THE Act No. 27 of Session II of 1880-1-
An Act to provide for the Marking of
all Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands"-is printed in the
" Royal Gazette" for general information, in
conformity with the requirement of the 3rd
Section of the said Act.
R. E. WEBSTER,
AN ACT to provide for the Marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped
from these Island.
[18 January, 1881.]
WHEREAS considerable loss and incon-
venience has arisen from the practice of Ship-
ping Potatoes Onions, Tomatoes, and other
vegetables from these Islands to other Markets,
without the name of the owner, or other dis-
tinguishing mark being thereon, to enable
fraudulent packers to be 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 of 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 seem
meet, together with the costs, and in default
of payment to be levied by distress in like
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 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
Provided, that nothing herein contained
shall be construed tto apply to any person who
shall offer for sale any Potatoes, Onions, To-
matoes, Melons, Pumpkijs ox 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 pack-
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 similar offence, every
such offender shall, on any subsequent convic-
tion, forfeit and ppy any sum pot 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 recovered.
III. If 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 on the
first day of February, 1881, and continue .in
force until and throughout the last day of July,
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two.
A ell ricges" of reduce must be marea wan S E RA RtD S
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner A I
to comply with the new Law. i UNCLAIMED LEr'TERS IN TIHE POST OF-
*. Tl. AR ELL & O. I A SUPERB ASSORTMENT. FICE HAMILTON, 26th Feby., 1881.
dJ. DARRELL & 00. Just Opened. Geo Bean, Augusta Batts, Richard D Bean,
Hamilton, Bermuda, Wholesale il-For Sale Chea Alex Bean, Mrs F G Campbell, W IH Douglass,
F'eby. 2, 1881. holesale and etail-For Sale Cheap. Samuel Daley, R J Dill, W Duke, Nthaniel Dill,
I C. f1. R OBINSOJN. Henry Fubler, Francisco S Fe'ipo, Anto i J Gomen,
Received, 45 Front Street, Hamikon, Mahalia Gilbert, Mrs Goway, Manuel do S Co j-
Ex Barkntine Times" from London, st March, 1881. calve. Augusta Green, H E Hortpm, ra Haskin,
Ex Barkentine Times" fro London, i N E Hill, Erancisco IgnHjoo, Julia Jones. Emma
.1 rln i |-> I James, HenryT Lighten, Alix Lottiore, Jose de
SiS. Portland Cement, UNCLIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF- 8 Luduvico, George Martin,r A McDowell, obt'
S. FIGE, ST. GEORGE'S, Feby. 28, 1881. Pappin, Thos. R Paynter, J L Robinson, Samuet
$acks ice Baque A R Tucker, Elizabeth For, llenry Frost, Richardson, Saral A B Raynor, Laura Smith
( .E Garagon, Joseph Gagnoe, E Hooper, Charles Chas H Smith,'Christiana Stevens, Estelle i Smith
(Cheap tor Cash.) Harvey, Italian Steamer Egade, Samuel Johnson, Richard Smith, Peter Saunders, Edward Senhodse,
The above offered for sale by (S S Lascelles), Manual Michadop, Miss M Obum, Berjamin Swan, C J Smith, Louisa Tucker, John.
rr lr'al Smith, Frederick Ellis Smith, John Shorten, T rrott, Julia Ann Tucker, E A Tuz,, Antonio RV
J.T 1DA RI _RELL & CO*. Tho. Trott, Luizi Toune, Brig V H Hill, J War Vieira, James B Whitecros,, James A Waldrcq,
Hamiltoo, Feby. 21, 1881.-2 rp ren, fjina Weir, Richard Wood4,
I- -v .
Feky. 28, 1881. -tf
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
II i ii '- ______________
BESIEGED BY EORSS. i
LoNDON, Feb. 6, 1881.-An Amsterdam newvs-
paper states that Menotti Garibaldi has been re-
.quested to accept the command of a corps of volun-
teers for the Transvaal. The Standard's despatch
from Newcastle, Natalstates that the garrison of
Wakkerstroom is holding'out well. It has made a
sortie and captured some stores. An official tele-
gram announces that the garrisons of Pretoria,
Lydenburg, and Rustenberg are well provisioned.
A despatch from Durban says that the Ninety-
seventh foot has started for the front.
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.-Authentic news of
the Boer outbreak has at last arrived from Cape
Town. Hostilities began on the 16th of December,
when the Boers entered Potchefstroom in force.
Potchefstroom is the largest town in the Transvaal
territory, although not the official seat of govern-
ment. It has from fifteen hundred to two thousand
inhabitants, and is pleasantly situated on a river
called the Mooi," or Fair River, which, unlike
African rivers in general, is always full of water and
runs level with its banks.' The town is a long,
straggling place, built after the good old Dutch fash-
ion, with houses standing apart in large gardens of
fruit trees, well watered with running streams.
Potchefstroom was garrisoned at the time of the
outbreak by some 300 troops of Her Majesty's
Twenty-first regiment, including a small party of
artillery, under the command of Colonel Bellairs,
C.B. On entering the town the Boers proceeded to
haul down the British flag, when, according to one
account, they were remonstrated with, but persisted
in their intentions when the captain on duty drew
his revolver and fired, wounding in the arm the man
engaged in the act of hauling down the flag. Upon
this the Boeis fired a volley, killing and wounding
several of the bystanders, who seem then to have
retired to the court house, where they barricaded
themselves and stood on the defensive. This party
stood a siege of two days, but on the morning of the
18th, finding all hope of escape cut off and being
without food or water, and having lost Captain Falls,
Mr. Wood, and one soldier killed and two others
wounded, and having with difficulty prevented the
Boers from firing the building, which had a thatch
roof, they were compelled to surrender, and accord-
ingly Major Clarke, Commandant Raaf, and thirty
others, including several officials and twenty soldiers,
fell into the hands of the Boers. After effecting
their purpose in this quarter the Boers sent a sum-
mons to the fort, giving Colonel Bellairs till 4 p m.
to surrender. The reply to this was a cannonade
from the troops, and the Boers immediately opened
fire. On the 20th they kept up a continued fire,
and on the 21st. they made an assault with 1,000
men, which was repulsed with decided loss. In the
attack they managed to secure some seventy horses
and mules which had been driven out of the fort by
Colonel Bellairs to save provisions. Since this
failure the Boers decided to closely invest the fort
and starve out the garrison. The fort is described
as being well able to resist a coup de main and to be
well supplied with water. To the above particulars,
which were given in the Friend of the Free State,
published at Bloemfontein, it was added that the
situation of Pretoria was deplorable,-the town
almost deserted, the stores sacked, and the country
patrolled by parties of Boers, who offered violence
to all who belonged to the English party.
DEFEAT OF THE NINETY-FOURTH -The disas-
ter to the Ninety-fourth regiment took place on the
20th December, four days after the fighting began
at Potchefstroom. The most conflicting stories
were circulated, and reports of Boer treachery were
eagerly credited by those who endeavoured to stir
up strife. The account even of the messenger seems
somewhat conflicting. The head-quarters of the
Ninety-fourth were ordered from Lydenberg to
Pretoria to carry oat a concentration of the British
forces in preparation for the possibility of an out-
break, They had reached Bronker's Spruit, about
thirty.eight miles from that town, with a train of
thirty-seven wagons. According to Egerton's (the
wagon conductor) report he was riding fifty yards
ahead of the column with the colonel to fix on a site
tor the camp, when a sudden stoppage of the military
band, which was playing, caused them to look round,
and they then saw 150 Boers drawn up in skirmish-
ing order 500 yards to the left of the column. The
colonel at once galloped back and ordered his men
to close up. Egerton says this was done, but later
on he says that the re guard of twenty men was far
behind and was captured at once by the Boers.
Probably the concentration was only possible as re-
gards the main body, as the time would scarcely
permit all the wagons to come up. The Boers then
despatched a mounted messenger without arms,
who .delivered, to the colonel a sealed letter,
written in English, ordering him to halt and await a
reply to a formal communication which had been
made fo Colonel Lanyon to the following effect:-
We have the honor t4' inform you that the govern.
ment of the South-African Republic have taken up
their residence at Heidelberg; that a diplomatic
Commissioner has been sent by them with des-.
patches to His Excellency Sir W. Owen Lanyon;
that until the arrival of His Excellency's answer
we don't know whether we are in a state of
war or not; that consequently we cannot allow
any movement of troops from your side and wish
you to stop where you are, we not being at war
with Her Majesty the Queen nor with the people
of England, who, we are sure, would be on our side
if they were acquainted with the position, but on.-
ly recovering the independence of our country.
We do not wish to take up arms, and therefore in-
term you that any movement of troops from your
side will be taken by us as a declaration of war, the
responsibility whereof we put upon your shoulders,
as we know what we will have to do in self-defence.
This letter was signed by Mr. P. J. Joubert in be-
half of ihe Triumvirate. Two minutes were given
to Colonel Anrtruther for his reply. The :Colonel
replied that his orders were to go to Pretoria, and
that he intended to do so. Upon this the conference
ended, the Boer Messenger galloped back, and as
Soon as he reached his men firing began. The Brit-
ish were drawn up in front of the wagons in skir-.
misbing order. Egerton says that they fought well,
but that the firing was extremely wild. The Boers,
firing from behind trees, picked off all the officers in
ten minutes, and in a quarter of an hour put 120 of
the small force hors de combat, of whom forty were
killed. On their side only one was reported killed
and five wounded. Seeing no chance of success
Colonel Anstruther gave the order to surrender, and
this disastrous action terminated in a complete sue-
cesa for the Boers, who captured or destroyed the
wbole force and took possession of the entire bag-
Tus TREATMENT OF RINGWORM.-A Fleet Sur-
geomaj itea as follows to the British Medical Journal .
-Sir,-The difficulty experienced in the treatment
of ringworm is known to everyone who has seen
much of this disease. I therefore think your readers
will be glad to hear of a remedy which I have lately
ustd with copmlete success. Struck with the sim-
ilarity that exists between the disease known in the
East Indies Ms dobz-itch and ringworm, and know-
ing how rapidly the former yields to the application
of gunpowder, I was induced to try the active prin-
ciple ot this subarance, chrysophanic acid, in the
proportion of one drachm to one ounce of vaseline.
The result has been the rapid destruction of the
fungus, and consequently a complete cure. Chrys-
ophanic acid has been recommended in the treal-
ment of psoriasis, but I am not awame of its having
been used hitherto for ringworm.
'" My darling," said he, "what a delicious taste
your lips have." Then she sprang up and cried :
" Goodness, John, have you been eating, my lip.
This formation of memory starts with conscious-
ness, and has its moral aspect. Where the inter-
ests centre in self and its immediate surroundings,
the memory cannot be laying up treasures for tho
future. We see the difference in the youngest
children. It is a great thing, of course, to teach in
an interesting way so as to make attention as little
painful an effort as possible. The child so taught
starts at an advantage; but there is a subtle form
of selfishness that eludes all benevolent aims to en-
large the range of interests, that refuses to see be-
yond the charmed circle, and shackles and confines
the memory at the outset. We may almost fore-
tell of some children that tLey will remember what
now occupies them so deeply, because we see no un-
dercurrent of self at work interfering with the free
reception of new congenial ideas ; while others take
in new thoughts with a reserve; half occupied with
themselves, if they attend, turning the new acquire-
ment into an occasion for present show and.self-
glory. The phrase hits the fancy" explains this
posture of mind. Nothing hits the fancy of some
children apart from self; with others, the object
which hits and seizes the attention stands single,
and takes them out of themselves. Sir Walter
Scott owns to this memory. I had always a won-
derful facility in retaining in my memory whatever
verses pleased me," quoting the old Borderer who
had no command of his memory, and only retained
what hit his fancy. My memory was precisely
of the same kind ; it seldom failed to preserve most
tenaciously a favourite passage of poetry, a play-
house ditty, or above all, a Border-raid ballad ; but
names, d:ites, and other technicalities of history es-
caped me in'a most melancholy degree." Of course
this early passion of interest implies a bias. The
memory here came by nature, was not cultivated
by self mastery; I ut, while following a bent, it
carried him out of himself and beyond himself,
which it is an important function of memory to do.
All people have not only a memory but a tenacious
memory for some things. If for nothing useful, if
not for things observed, for things learned, for
thoughts, for events, for persons, for the outsides of
things, for words, for names, for dates-yet for fol-
lies, vanities, trifles, grudges connected with selt ;
and especially for losses, wrongs, slights, snubs, dis-
paragements, injuries, real or fancied, inflicted in
the course of a lifetime on that dearself. If memory
is not put to its legitimate uses, subjected to rule,,
given work to do, it degenerates into a mere de-
posit, are siduum of worthless refuse, degrading the
nature it should evelate, supplying the mind with
unwholesome food, on which it largely broods. and
ruminates. Of the same class is the memory rous-
ed out of its lethargy by the presence of others-
as for example, on the revival of former acquaint-
ance-into a sort of malignant activity; a memory
dissociated from sympathy, recalling precisely the
things which ought to be forgotten-misfortunes,
humiliations, and the like--and forcing on reluc-
tant ears with unflinching accuracy of detail facts
long erased from busier, fuller, better-trained
memories, as though inspired by a sort of necessity
to set loose the unmannerly crowd of revived images
where it gives most annoyance. How often we
wish for others the reverse of what we desire for
ourselves! If they could only forget !-Blackwood's
hm 3oI Sy p.
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teealthy Pereaspirng the fermentation, of food
It nets upon the Liver.editary taint, or poion i
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Yit iPuriies the Biood.
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I fiourishepStrengthens and Inviorate..
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There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
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aged and feeble, care only being reqtured in attention to
ToRoNTo, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson :
DEAR SIR,-When I visited year manufactory last
autumn, I was suffering from a fearful pain in the
face and head-the physicians call it neuralgia-and
when you recommended me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP I had no faith in it; but in feed I
received such a benefit from it that I have since re-
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was, and with a good result, and I cannot let this
opportunity of your second visit to this city go
by without thanking you very much for recommend-
ing me to try the INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.
REVIVING A CorPSE.-Recent experiments with Yours very truly,
electricity on the bodies of murderers who have been GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
hanged, has attracted much attention among men, 250 Simcoe Street.
and recently when a Colorado vigilance committee
bad concluded to lynch a banko steerer, two phy- PAIN IN THE BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD-
siciacs of the town arranged with the chairman of ERS.
the committee to let them have the body to experi- TORONTo, April 21st, 1880.
meant on. It was arranged that be should have the
corpse sent to the hotel and put in a private room, Dr. Clark Johnson:
and then the physicians were to be sent for, as Dear Sir,-l have had a pain in the small of my
though they knew nothing about it, and were want- back, also through my lungs and shoulders for more
ed to revive the victim. They got their electric than three years ; I have also had liver complaint
batteries ready for the lmi'in^- and awaited the and dyspepsia. I have tried doctors' and other me-
summons. Soon a boy called on them with the in- dicine, I ut never received any relief until my atten-
formation that they we.e required at the hotel. tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
They took their machines and started for that es- I PURIFIER; after its use a short time, I can say
ablishment, and on their arrival were shown into that I have felt Netter and more able to do my work
a room. On the bed lay the body of a man partly than I have for the last two years.
undressed and with an expression of agony on his J. G. AMEY,
face. It was a horrid sight, but the young doctors 77 Richmond Street, West-
overcame their nervousness and immediately, with- ,_
out a word, placed the batteries in the hands of the NERVOUS DISEASES.
victim and turned on the current with much force.
The effect was marvelous. The body at once as- I was troubled with derangement of the nervous
samed the appearance of life, it sprang from the bed, Dystem. I was attended with, by one ne of the best
the eyes glared wildly about, the month opened and Doctors in this part ofthe country, but obtained no
.ortb came a terrible yell. Then the body began to relief. Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP relieved
perform a wild dance, and the shrieks mingled with re at once. I really do not think any one in ill-
profanity, came thick and fast. The corpse evi- health using it can fail to receive great benefit.
dently strove to let go the battery handles, but was MRS. JOHNSON.
unable to do so. It began to call for help ard its Smithfield, Northumberland Co., Ont.
struggles and irreligious observations heaped upoa
the doctors were positively frightful. They aroused LIVER COMPLAINT.
the whole house, and presently the landlord and a Port Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.-
lot of guests burst into the room, and the first thing Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDIAN
the landlord did was to ask: What the Hades are LOODSRUP r Liver Complaint, ad hve re-
you doing?" "Reviving the corpse," said one of BLOOD SYRUP for Liver Complait, and hcve re-
the doctors who was nearly wild with enthusiasm. allied great benefit therefrom. I car recomned it
" Corpse ?" cried the landlord ; "that's the man o all sufferers.
who wanted you to come and lance a boil for him."' R.J. M. DON \LD.
They turned off the batteries, and after the man
with the boil had recovered himself he chased those DYSPEPSIA AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
doctors five miles with a shot-gun. WESTPORT, Leeds Co., lany. 29, 1879.
ASLEEP FOR 110 HOURS.
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Jan. 25 -There is no change
in the condition of Dora Sarer, the servant in the
family of J. C. Bloker of this city, who was men-
tioned in these despatches as having been asleep
since' last Friday evening. Physicians pronounce
the case a very remarkable one. The girl retired
last Friday night in apparently perfect health. From
that times up to this writing-11 o'clock to-night--
she has been sound asleep. She is sensitive to
touch upon any portion of the body, and swallows
mechanically whatever liquids or solids are forced
into her mouth. The attending physicians say that
the primary cause of the. girl's present condition is
rheumatism which has developed into a sort of con-
gestion or engorgement of blood about the brain.
She has, up to this time, been asleep 110 hours.-
Special to the Cleveland Herald.
Leave your place in the world for ten minutes
and when you come back somebody else has taken
it, but when you leave the world for good, who
remembers that you ever had a place even in the
parish register ?
Royal Gazette" Mail
and Postal Sheet 1881.
jiI5 E valuable Postal and Maiil Information
contained in the Bermuda Pocket Alman-
ack, Gu(de and'Dir(ctory, has been printed in
sheet form for the convenience of the Mercain-
tile public and will be sold at the popular price
of 3d., to enable every Storekeeper to provide
himself with a copy. I'arly application should
1.b made, as oily a limit<,d number of sheets
have been printed.
Dates of Arrival and ileparlure of New York
Mail Steamers from Icrnimua and New York;
Do. Cun,.rd Steamer between Halifax, Bermu-
da and Jaiuaica ; Postal Rates, Regulations, &c,
Royal Gazette Office, Dec. 14, 1830.
Dear Sir,-1 have been suffering for years with
Dyspepsia and Indigestion and Kidney Complaint.
sni have tried a great many remedies, but without
effect. I became very bad and could not leave my
bed. I sent to your agent, William Dier, for a hot-
tie of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP and I do not
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my son was taken rick with severe headache, and a
few doses of your valuable medicine cured him.
S* DAVID BLACK.
DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTrION.
BERFORD, Brent Co., Ontario.
Dear Sir,-This is to certify that after using your
INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP for a short time it has
entirely cured me of Dyspepsia. It is all you re-
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BERMUDA, Junb 28th, 1880.
DEAR StR,-This is to certify that I have found
nore good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
athd Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
it to try DR. CLA4RK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
SAML. G. ADAMS.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario.
Dear Sir,-In September, 1865, my wife had been
tndler doctor's treatment two years, and they said
she had heart diseasO. She was at that time so
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daily from her bed to the stove, and back again as
soon as the bed was made, She had used your
INDI \N BLOOD SYRUP but a short time ihen
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day since. It also cuied my daughter of chills and
RUFUS McCOMBS, JR.
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Corner of York S'trect mod IMarket
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United States Mail Steamers.
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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
The U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
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on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can libe
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
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29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Feby. 10, 1880.
S |lately owned by J. E. Evans,
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THE above WATCHES for hb h
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
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inent not in Stock will be furnished at the
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any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
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Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
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to our efforts ; as the Largest Manufacturers and
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our interest to manufacture onlyVPuREandWnorii -
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Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Ind INVSURA NCE BROKERS
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AND AT LLOYDS
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April 13, 1880.
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t TH'riE MOST MODiERATE iA'ISE
Can be obtained from the
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)net of ihe lorgat lEstablished and WeaRthiea
Offices fn Great, Britain.
Through the R' ANCII OFFPICE in these
islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
I the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on NtEAL and PERSONAL
I'klO )'i.A' Y for 3, 6 or 12 mouths,
No FEIS and no C'IAlRGE. Ior Policies.
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The Subscribers are now prepared
Iaily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any perv.
son who may desire a supply. ,
To Customers in i.amilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about.10
o'clock till noon-commencing on slet April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 Ibh
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March 24th, 1879.
'1 heodore Outerbridge,;
p. V. so,
V TE INARY S h OIG ,
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an4 other Specialities and general articles j-.,
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