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: VID00178
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
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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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Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .Varch 8, 1881..

-On Tuesday last, Feb. 22, according to advertise.
meant, the Daughters of Samaria assembled at the
time and place appointed, Royal Sovereign Lodge on,
this occasion inviting'the assistance of the three sister
Ledgei of Bermuda. The weather was exception-
ally fne for the season, and, as usual, happy and
gaily d&eved crowds lined the road to St. James's
The Lodge having been opened at the house of
Sister Ann Lambert, -a procession, consisting of
abouAt S2 persons, was formed at high noon, and
nroceosed to St. ames's Church, preceded by the
AlexAndrina MBand, in the following order, viz.,
Victoda Lodge, No. 8., Hamilton; Princess Louise
Lodge, No. 12; St. George : Pride of Sandy's Lodge,
No. 9, Somerset; Royal Sovereign Lodge, No. 10,
.wn reaching the:Church the Choir "Victoria
and Philantropbic,"headed by Bro. A. D. Dickin-
son, Past Werthy Chief, performed their part, with-
opt exception, beautifully. The Church was crowd-
ed. Morning prayers were read by the Rev.
Bruce Mackay, Rector of the Parishes of Sandys
and Southampton, and an excellent and most ap-
proriate discourse was- delivered by the Rev. E.
L Pe1iy, M.A., 4.N, from St. Luke, X Chap,.
35th verse, -which will be long remembered by the
sisterai and congregation at large. Before the ser-
sinon,,the Choir- comipenced an anthem taken from
Psalm 133, which was well chanted. After Divine
Eervice the 'prqession proceeded to Mr. Wm. R.
edinbW's a hool Room, where the Past President
Daughter,. sister Sherlock, called on the District
IDeputy Bro. John H. Mayor, to take the Chair.
He then introduced several speakers, who address.
eA the' meeting on .different subjects on the good of
the Order. Thence, they proceeded back, in the
same order, where a stimptuous dinner was in
waiting. Grace was said by Bro. W. 0. F. Bas-
c6me, Honorary Past Worthy Chief, and Surgeon
of the above Lodges. There were several Past
' Worthy Chiefs from the different Lodges present,
who assisted the Sisters in their undertaking.
".We take this opportunity of returning thanks to
tae Rev. Bruce Macky and the Rev. E. L. Penny,
M.A., R.N., for their. kindness in waiting on the
SoIeley on that day; also to Bro. A. D. Dickinson
afid lhe Choir, who gave much satisfaction to every-
ooe who heard them on the occasion. The Past
President Daughters-Mrs. Susan E. Morris, Mrs.
;Jbhir Tankard, Mrs. Joseph Simons, Mrs. John
Scott, Mrs. Mary Burch, of St. George, Mrs. Wm.
YIith, .rs. ,Richard' Wilson, Mrs. Wm. Light-
bourn,-alas thank the Brethren for their kind as-
sistaseeo, particularly Bro. Dr. Bascome for his as.
ststance to the sick Sisters.
'he Bad played Gods ,Sw,. the Qen aand
th istgters separated at an early hour.-(Comi)
For the Royal Gazette.
Ms. EDIrTO, -Many thanks to you for bringing
th" *tte befordithe public because it has elicited
a solution 'which I submit in reply to your corres-
pendent's enquiry, viz., that the initials of the
chr1sin name apd surname in full" means (provi-
ded tae letters, are not less than half an inch long),
that the former may be of the small type character,
whist Ihe latter mnupt be full and more conspicu.
,' t c0pmplyl with the first clause thus: "t. t.
THOMSON," whilst the second clause requires sim-
ply the initials of both, provided they are full thus,
"is.i" T;" In other words the seller must mark
ojl wy, and thepurchaser or shipper another, by
4ai-of contrast, to prevent escaping the vigilance of
the detective, because it is evident that the Act con-
teaptlates to Silinet styles of marking, as proven by
thb fferent penalties; and as that for the omission
of thf." full initials" isfour times that for the omis-
sioM 6f the sinamine" (the former being or. shil-
lings and the latter f), the initials must -be four
times as important as the surname and they must
webtsily be pmata*- I 6hidpe this solution will be
useful to oeur correspoadant. I may add for
information in the Rural Districts, that it is re-
p rted in town one party at least intends on est
arch to test the Law by watching shipments and
arresting any packages not marked with "sur-
naes" for the decision of some magistrate! Pray
ii oie been pointedd by the Act as Inspec-
t&r, an authorized to interrupt or delay shipments I
He should be warned that looking for the pound
of lesh he is to shed no blood, and remember that
it is only when vegetables are offeredfor ale," the
,thteo" is required on the packages-in all other
eases the "full initial'8 are sufficient for both
O.9Pn so that the owner who ships his owon crop
OTpny to put his full initials, and therefore
'uda; haut the self-appointed Inspector will need a
'1o ascertain who are sellers, and who
Sf-'their own!! In the event of detention
olts he may find himself before the Ma.
gllp r damages by a
'oqn correspondent "Planter" submits that
b64olaues mean only the" initials" of both names
b{ g iis were so then I think the first clause
w&dhe read thus: "If-any person shall offer
fqO~~S,:ow pua~e, or ship, &c., the seller shall
fQjfqI-,|/ad .the purchaser or shipper 40/," and
tih Wlwlq>l4m would have been uncalled for ?
Moreover it is fair to presume that the Legislature
had a de&g nin making a distinction between "ini-
tials of toei christian name" in the first clause, and
"full initial of the christian name" in the second
clause, as Ue. as between "surname in full" in the
first clause, and "full initials of surname" in the
second clause P

For Sale,
9000 feet inch

ptrucr loartb,
At One Penny per foot cel], if taken from the
Also,,Small Poles for Boats Masts, very
ehesp, to eloese.
Plr.ons having engaged ONION BOXES
from the Keatrels" Cargo will receive them at

onec, as they will not be held after next week.
28th February, 1881,-2 pd


B Y recent Instructions from the Marine
S Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., 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.
Solo Resident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. Gcorge's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.

To Growers and Ship-
pers of Bermuda Produce.

Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier,
West Washington- Market.
A Sthe Season for Shipping all 'kinds of BER-
MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
at hand, we again take the liberty of placing
our services at your disposalfor the sale of any
consignments you may make to this market.
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(.15) years is one of the best in our market and
it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
by enabling us to make prompt returns with
net proceeds.
We are sure after you have given us a trial
you will be satisfied with our dealings and will
be only too anxious to continue shipping to us
all through the season.
Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
plication, and give you all the necessary infoir-
matioh'you require. Any time you write us
about markets, business prospects, etc., we will
give you all the information in our power.
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
Syou soon, and thanking you for past favors,
and hoping ypu will still continue entrusting-
us with your confidence, we are,
Yours Respectfully,
New York, March 1st, 1881.

SK your Grocer for A. .E. WHYLANI)'S
-AS At)AP.

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

To the Consignment of

Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
February 22, 1881.-tf

Stencil Plates.
W E shall be prepared to furnish STENCIL
PLATES to meet the requirements of
the new Law, on return of S. S.' Flamborough.'
Parties desiring same will please leave their
orders early.
IReid St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf


In Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs.OLAND SON &00.,
[a now placed at prices to Cash Customers to

1 Brown De Winter &
And DeA iun
Bermuda Produce
Southern Fruits J Vegetables.
51 and 53 Fultne Row,
Vest \Vashington Ma*et, New York.
Iteferenee-Irving Nati-ail t4ank, New York.
Corsignments Solicited, Prompt Sales and
Agents in Bermuda,
.1til0 St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf



, *


Proposed Sailings.
Liverpool to New York. New York to Liverpqol,
Egypt, Thur., Jany. 27 Sa. Feb. 12, 8 p.m.
Helvetia, Wed. Feby. 2 19, 8 a.m.
Spain, 9 26, 8 p.m.
Italy, 16 Mar. 5, 880 a.m.
Erin, *23 12, 8 p.m.
London to New Yo*. New York to London.
Canada, Frid. Feby. 4 Wed. Feby. 28, 12 m.
*Denmark, Wed. Feb. 9 Mar. 2, 6 a.m.
*Fiance, Sat. Feby. 19 Thurs. Mar. 10, 1 p.m.
Greece, Wed. Mar. 2 Wed. Mar. 28, 11 a.m.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday for Liverpool, and weekly
for London direct, from Pier 39, North River.
Rates of passage, to Queenstowo. and Liver-
pool $50 to $70. To London direct (Victoria
Docks), $50 to $60; excursion tickets $100,
;teerage passage $26. For further particu-
ulars appiy tothe Cimpany's Ofliees, Noe. 69,'7
& 73 Broadway, New York. -

For Sale,
Just Received per S. S. Ceto" from London,
Carriage and Dog Cart HARNESSES
Carriage and Hiding WHIPS
Stirrup I.E VATiltS UIRTitS
Per S. S. Flamnborough," from New York:
Cart IIAIl ESES (complete)
Carriage and Ladies Lap ROBES
M ATS in variety, &c., &c.,
And from Halifax, N. 8,
2 Superior Farm

-49 -, Nli Jim

2 Good Serviceable


general purposes.
Reid street.
January 31st, 1881.

Bermuda Hotel,


defy Competition. West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
For Sale bhy
A. J. RICHARDSON, Every accommodation and attention given to
Sole Agent, the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
St. George's, Bermuda. Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m p, September 29th, 1880.-64p

nB. W. Walker & Co.,
Have no open in the Stores over their Offoie,
another assortment of Superior

Direct from London by Steamship eto,"
among which will be found:
w wZuglish PRINTS, 4d. per yard
)v Bleached and unbleached TOWELS
White and Brown Turkish TOWELS
Scotch Lawn & Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS
Men's White, Oxford, and Fancy SHIRTS
And many other Goods that will be sold at
the usual low rates for cash.
Hamilton, Feby. 15th, 1831.

Notice to Tresspassers.

THIS is to notify all Parties that Tresspass-
ing on the RICHMOND PROPERTY, in
this Parish, is strictly prohibited by the under-
Persons found trespassing will be punished
according to Law.
Hamilton, March 1st, 1881.-2 pd.




rHE Undersigned will be prepared to forward
Consignments -of
95 Barclay Street, New York,
Apd will also pay full Market Rates for Pro-
ahtneIthrouftlout the Sashn.
STENCIL PLATES will be ordered for any
one requiring them.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

Chas. P. Woodworth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
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 [, PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

Notice to Fartners and


Spoineads O RS 1P
ENUMBRATON r the following Districts:
John Powle Sandys,
Ern. Wa ooper Southampton,
W mifn T Prancis Frith Warwick,
ChMas Amehibald Vincent
San- Alexander Masters West Pembioke,
William Edward Talb&a 'East Pembroke,
Florentius Tynes Frith Devonshire,
William Hubbard Peniston Smith,
Frederick Kirby Outerbridge Hamilton,
William James Boyle St. Georges '
William Thomas Roberts St. David and
Tucker's Town,
Richard Evemy Johnson, Naval Ireland II'd,
Samuel McClenaham, Color-
Sergt. 86th Rgt., Military- St. George,
John Frederick White,
Schoolmaster 99th, do. oapect, &c.
The above named Enumerators are requested
to attend a meeting of the Commissioners to
be held at the Court House in Hamilton, on
THURSDAY the 10th inst., at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon.
By Order of the Commissioners,
2 clerk


1W OULD most respectfully inform the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Hamilton and the
neighborhood that he is in a position to execute
their orders, in the undermentioned capacities,
and upon the lowest terms :-
Whilst as a General Decorator, from Hang-
itns QuaaiW" to '.Laying*arpet," ha flatters
himself, if they will only give him iT trial* they
will all agree that "Hughy Finnigan" is the
man to put your house to rights.
February 22, 1881.-3
Kerosene Stoves.

The Subscriber has received per
S. 8. Flamborough,"
Another Lot of the above

ST8@ T Is.-
Which will be sold Cheap for Cash, by
Reid Street.
Agent for Richmond Stove Company.
Hamilton, February 21, 1881.

Seed Potatoes.
30 Barrels New York Garnet Seed
For Sale by

E hall be prepared to attend to the for- St Georges, 21st Feby., 1881.-8
warding of St. Geg,21t F.,18
To the Consignment of nDEALE ,I

Geo. W. Spencer &Co.,
187 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Siencil Plates and all other information
please call or address

Dry G0oods, Fancy Goods,
Reid Street, near Queen's,
Hamilton, Bermuda*

Feby. 15, 1881.

Reid St., Hamilton.
February 28, 1881.-tf fOvr RCnt ,.

Notice to Merchants and g A H 0 U S E
F armers. ,l the Town of Hamilton. Apply to .
THE Undersigned has just received from New Ilamiton, Feby.7thront 1881t. and ce Lane.
YnL- It

Steel Stencil Dies
And is prepared to furnish STENCIL PLATES
to comply with the new Law at the shortest
notice and at a Moderate Price.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-3
\7^T 1

A few Ladies and Gen-
Parliament Street, Ilamilton.

WANTED A 00D STEADY ON ,Saturday Evening last, between the
WANTED A O S ADY KRoyal Gazette" Office and Pitt's Bay,
MAN A Bunch of Keys.
Driver for Bread Cart.The Finder will be liberally rewarded by
Apply at the Hamilton Bakery. leaving same at the Royal Gazette" Stationery
q8th February, 1881.-4~i Hmilton, Feby. 28, 1881,




WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at Amateur Theatricals at Prospect. would be equal to the occasion Ill be sworn, and if THE FOURTH STATE OF MATTER, From the West Indies.
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the it's true that there is to be a change of management Leotu-re by Mr. A. E. Outerbridge, Jr., Illustrated by The Royal Mail Stedmer Alpha, Captain Crowll
27th February and 6th March, 1881: heighlit above the i that may be the upshot of it. But it is perhaps Professor rookes Apparatus. from Jamae, with mals, arrived on Wededay
sea, where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. c lo therhso thini hi ao Theres easier rtoefind a low comedy man than a Manager Thelectureroom oftheFranklinInstitufePhiladel- last, and left on the followligmorni rlfax.
closes the shallow mind it is tautology. Thereforefoanaaercmafothlatrmasapi wsnieyiadqteosathlrg ubr
to conceal my rippling shallows I provided myself man w a t copny for the latter mean a phia, was entirely inadequate to seat the largenumber Captain Crowell will please accept our thanks for'
Date. 8 i wita i man who can not only tell bothLadies and Gentle- of people who desired to attend the lecture on Thurs- late Jamaica papers. The A. brought a our usual
1881 CD-M nyms under the headings excellent, admirable and merydifferent thing from a manager fotoodyofp es Rin a1ter"eb,nbywre. e tedb o.Ete D.,-exangemfles from the other W. I..
F eb. be sionals, w h o h ave n ot to be tau g h t, bu t to be en on 1ag e b a n t eatt er." any dere nse t he n t i e m
8!r cGeneral Remarks. sag bcaortistic.,an drig h
ar. 1 General remarks. Iam writing with this list by my side, and, if I gada ae bnott e uentires BAnBanDOb.-The ExMaeut Coamitte Bill o .
N&iy 4d-tgt11mxd" oeIeveno rpa y-ggdan ad Ing,,although the lecture, With the experimen- aave-TeE~tv omtBl e
Non dontrget"mixed," I hope I shall not repeat my- Be padon, Auntie," as Bertie Fitzurse would al lstrStn atedtu ors d ha been sanctionedby HerMajesty,anditwatooe
Sself in the epithets I desire to use describing the say. Wh at a great stride in the art Bertie (Mr. aisles and wall spaces were filled with people. Into immediate operation.
2 4 66 64 29-940 0-00 Fine,hazy acting of the Ladies and Officers who afforded such Beresford, R.E.,) made in this piece; he has been Dr. Norris, Secretary of the Institute, said, in There was a Review of the Marines and Seamen
S1 s 6 65 65 29- 550 005 Thick, squally a treat to the audiences on the an o e 25th and 28th Feby. coached" by Lilian to some purpose. There were introducing the lecturer, that a little more than one of HM Ships Northampton, Grifon, ed and
SNW 868 68 29-320 100 Cold squally The brilliant Comedy by Tom Taylor, New some most amusing and well acted passages be- year ago Professor Crookes, of the Royal Society, Fantome on the Savannah St. Ann's, on Tuesday
S 7 57 56 29*400 022 Cold squally Men and Old Acres," affords ample opportunity tween him and Fanny Bunter (Mrs. Kennedy)-her delivered a very remarkable lecture before the evening, let February, and a large concourse of
Ssw 2 64 60 9710 009 Fine for an exhibition of high talent, and, strong as the pretence of lackadaisical attitude and speech was British Assocation for the Advancement of persons assembled on the ground to witnea the
S sw 6 63 ~9-560 010 Fine, hazy expression may be thought, I have little hesitation very good, and their love making brought out Science," under the striking title "Radiant Matter." manouvres. We understand, says the West Indian
M 54 2280 028 Coldsqually in sayg that it would be extremely difficult for shouts of laughter and well merited applause. She This lecture has excited universal scientific atten- that' the Admiral spoke in terms .o(pial om-
e&aP4Y -Mou--The weather is still very un- even a professional company to improve upon the will be a great loss to the Company, which she has tion not only from the fact that whole classes of en- mendation of the performance of the detachment
rendering of the Play as produced at Prospect. frequently helped in its successes, notably in the tirely new phenomena were developed, but also fromromom the Grifon. Owing to the heavy swell oni a
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. It is unnecessary to speak here of the Play itself character of Hester in Caste," which she played the exceeding beauty and originality of the expert- Carlisle Bay, some of the men and their gan bad
S. -those who have seen it know its plot, those who, with a delicacy and pathos'which were most touch- mental illustrations. A few months ago a full set o : to be landed at the Public Wharf, the lanilg at
Shave notshould read it, for it will well bearread-, ing. Mr. Beresford will no doubt continue to im- Professor Crookes' delicate apparatus was imported theEngineer's Wharf being considered dangerous
a^ely Ing: its story is so interesting, its dialogue so va- prove. There is much good acting in him, which by Messrs. Queen and Co., of this city, and exhibit- The Admiral visited Grenada on the 4th *Pe.-
a c. a* ried and bright, and its characters so well grouped, comes out more strongly as he gets accustomed to ed at one of the monthly meetings of the Frankfin ruary, accompanied by the 2"enedai, rifon, and
I Indeed the great success of the piece, which has the boards, and as the parts for which his quiet Institute, and a resolution was then passed inviting Fantome where he and a number of is olicers wa
Hamilton March 8 1881 ruih for hundreds of nights in London and New and gentlemanly manner so well suit him are hard Mr. Outerbridge to lecture on the subject, entertained at Government Heoae.
S t ,York, speaks amply for its excellence. to fill his assistance is of great value. Mr. Outerbridge stated that, while the past score For Priedial larceny the cat-o-nine tala is le.
** i It was clear from the opening scene that Capt. i Another first appearance on the Prospect Stage of years had been fruitful in producing brilliant in- coming much in use in Jamaiaa. At the late As-
CUSTOM OUSE-HAILTON. Washington's Vavaour would be a very effective was Mr. Hussey, R.E., as Blasenbaly, the -German ventions like the telephone and other practical sizes at Trelawney, twentyaven pera were
UTO + IENTOE--ATRE.D !part, and the good impression so early made be- speculator. Mr. Hussgey is no doubt an old hand applications of science to utilitarian purposes, great sentenced to be punished by the cat on their bae
March 5-Schr. Grecian Bend, Godfrey, Demerara; came stronger as the Play proceeded. The well- at acting, and a very useful ally-his broken Eng- advance bad likewise been made in the realms of-, aoks.
rm, sugar and molasses, to S. S. Ingham. bred ease and placid demeanour of the not very lish is capital, and he makes up well. The part purely abstract and theoretical science. It is a sig- The 2nd W. I. Regiment was about toembark at
.1PAMNOeEBS., brilliant representative of the ancient family that was very happily taken, and completed a cast which nificant observation that all modern research tends Kingston, Jamaica, in the hired troopship Bwsber
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha from Jamaicafor Hali- had held Cleve Manor since the Conquest, were was all round so good as to cause no small wonder, to simplify nature's laws, to show their intimate co- for the Gold Coast. The B. goes first to Batdos
fax, Mr. Outram and Mr. DeWalfo.-From Bermuda admirably assumed-or perhaps, as appears pro- when it is remembered how small a number of act, relation and even to point still further toward a thence to Demerara to take on board at these places
for Halifax, -r. C. H. Harvey.-2nd Cabin, Miss (able. were charmingly natural to the actor. ckar ors there are here to choose from. complete unification br.oneness of origin, the 1st W. I. Regiment. It is saidthesetwoBegi-
Jane Smith.-Deck, John McNeil. (Mr. Moore), who opened the first scene with Va.jThe scenery was nearly all new. The Abbey The great forces of light, heat and electricity had ments will number 2,000 men. Orders had been
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Thursdav last vaour, took a good line as the family lawyer- scene painted by Mr. Ambrose Gosling was very all been resolved into modess of motion," and it received at Jamaica to provide for the families .of
w New York -Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy. Mr and slow, clear, and uncompromis ing i manner, but effective, and the interior of Cleve Abbey, painted would almost seem a natural inference from the the men of the let W. I. Regiment. It isbelied
Mrs. Archibald Wingood, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tucker with a sufficient show of deference to his aristo- by a Sergeant of the Royal Engineers, whose name general drift of modern scientific speculation that in Jamaica that.this Regiment will be back to the
Captaircrokerd Mr. George P. Ormiston and C on' cratic employers, and a keen sense of the humorous I could not learn, showed great talent. There was the now seemingly complex laws of nature's forces Island in June or July next. .
ptainCroekpr0 Mr. George P. Ormiston and ~onsan n ue rJuynet
Miss Carrie and Miss Daliah Rummels, Messrs. Thos. appreciation of the Bunters' disappointment in not also a marked improvement in the furnishing of may all come, at some future day, to be included in j Pon PTT A lI Pom." .
J. Outerbridge, J. T. Flage, E. H. Vredenburg, J. H. becoming the owners of the Habbey and the Coal. the stage, with which some little fault has former- the single study of.the laws of -motion. This little "uen o SmTA PoxN raEiA Dort s P a, oatP
Sharpse f. F. Judge, R. L. Course, Charles Lucas, field. ly been found. It is, however, much to be wished word motion, thenmay be regarded ap the key-note, I rulde ofdStobaaidgbatP
Samuel Lucas and F. S. Rummel.-2nd Cabin, God- Immediately upon the appearance of Lady Ma- e Prosenium be re-pa ted; it is now so the open sesame, of the modern philosopher isdeclared to be an inf ote oe t by tih arks
od that the Proscenium. be re-painted, it is now so the open sesame, of the modern philosopher. !Isadatoie.
fray Pshler-Steerage, Eight W. I. Seamen. tila Vavasour it was manifest that Mrs. Holt was faded and stained as to mar the scenic effects. Even the so called inert matter" has not escaped a anorie.
A DI r=CT.-The Brig Alfred, of Swansea, with 'as much at home in the r8le as she had been in the The cast of the Comedy was as follows:- its quickening influence. Speculations, at first St. Paul's Reformed Epfsco l h
a oargo of phosphate, was found derelict on Sunday many different characters she has taken on these Marmaduke Vavasour, Esq...Captain Washington, regarded as visionary, are gradually formulating St. GeorgeSt. Paus Rer E hureh ,
_uorving last by Augustus Peaman, (Pilot,) in his boards. There was, in my opinion, nothing to be R.E., themselves into an at least plausible theory that es
boat' the re, about 15 miles of these Is wished for in the way of improvement; in a com- Samatel Brown..............MAr. Wood, R.E., "that which we call matter may-be nothing more AverysuccessfulInternationalEntertainmetand
lands. The boarding the vessel was attended with prison with thefirst flight of professional actresses Bertie Fitzurse.............. Mr. Beresford, R E., than the effect of our senses of the movements of Tea Meeting was given in the Town Hall on Tues-
great risk to life and property, the sea at the time Mrs. Holt would not suffer. Fine as her acting Bunter .................... Capt.Holt, R.M.L.I., molecules, or as John StewartMill expresses it, the day. Evening, March Ist, on behalf of the above
making a clean breach across her decks The A has been on several former-occasions there was a Gantry and Turbit......... Mr. Randolph, 99th, permanent possibility of sensation." Church. The Hall was tasteful deorated with
had her ensign Union down and the Signal-Mar finish about her Lady Matda which has placed Berthold Blasenbalg......... Mr. Hussey. R.E., Sir William Thompson, the profound scientist and flags from the various vessels in the Harur and
ryat's Code-I am sinking" underath pilot that character first on her-list of successes. It is Seeker ................ .... r. Moore ommt., mathematician, who may be regarded as a ample justice was done to the good things kindly
.yt sC d -"I a i k ng n e n a h i o n eitre~m ely flue part, oapa ble of im mense attrac- ......ney....... M r. M anre l, dom ., r i e r t e o c so S v r
Pearman, with the assistanoeof two men from theanxtremely fine part capable of immense attra Montmorency .............. Mr. Randll, do. moulder of men's minds, has advanced a startling provided for the occasion Sevra natiO were
trmadeisail month vessel and proceeded to the tion. The constAnt change ad manner is difficult, Lady Matda Holt, theory, which, however, is gaining constantly new aceepresented by thec
.....on the L.d,,Matioda ,Vav sur .l..matter may who presided and assisted at the tbe, D r g
Eastward where she was taken in tow by the Tug but when attained very taling. Mrs. Holt pos- Lilian Vavasour............Mrs. Washington, roselytes, viz.: That what we call matter may who presided and assisted at the tables, arg
ritannia and put aground in Mul Bain th senses great adftntages of face and figure, with Mrs. Bunter................ Mrs Randall, te only the rotating portions of something which the whole of the evening the room was crowded.
Harbour of St. Geore. Her inll, arsails and considerable pty of feature, and a good voice-all Fanny Bunter.............. Mrs. Kennedy. fills the whole e., "Vortex motion of an One of the chief attractions of the Entertainment
ri go a re ortedf to be in good condition these she used to the utmost and the effect was de- everywhere present fluid." was the chaste and classical music performed in
a under d she was rom o South lightful. Perhaps the best piece of acting in the Co oly Trinity hurh. Prof Tait, following in the same path, says: excellent style by the String Band of the 86th Re.
Carolina Mat her t n edy was that between Lady Matilda and Brown in This property of rotation may be the basis of all giment, now at St. George's.
aronathat she oiyher Captain's e namewasWinter, and the second act, where the latter makes his propos- LENTEN SERVICES, 1881. that appeals to our senses as matter." Great praise is due to the young Ladies and
that she only arrived at the port she loaded at onthtapasoorseesamter
the 14th February. Sh io 11 a o als for the hand of Mism Vavasour, proposals which There will be an additional Daily Service during Prof. Crookes says: "From this point of view, Gentlemen of St. Paul's and other Churches in the
new vessel, P. E. Islandebi al ahearancesa her mother accepts, not from a business point of Lent at 5 p.m., excepting on Wednesdays and Fri- then, matter is but a mode of motion." Town for the prompt and cheerful attention they
charts, log-book, &e. had ero ronometer, view, oh no, really, a mother cannot look upon mar- days, when the hours of Service, &c., will be as The lecturer explained that many physical as well paid to the numerous visitors; they seemed to erm-
cbrars, lo-book c. bad een rmovedbyat e in that way. I say perhaps, but if I were follows :-padthenmruvitos;h,
crew. 86h had three feet of water irtme hold and it p th I say e ra, but if I were follows:- as chemical changes, which we observe in matter, pete with each other in their various departments.
does ot increase to an tt t to the question there were two r three other March 9, Wed., 7 p.m., Preacher Rev. Mark James. are due merely to movements among the molecules, During the evening Captain Kuger, in a neat
It is supposed b nyexte ith, scenes, or parts of scenes, so perfect that I could 16, Rev. J. F. B. Lum- or motion of the atoms; thus, the three commonly speech, presented to the Rector of St. Pauls even
Itis supposed by Some that the A. struck on the ort motiton secondtoaany.;Irehurtohee scenesleymmonly
South-Western Refs one Saurdy t not put them second to any. I refer to the scenes ley Lough. recognized states of matter, viz. : solid, liquid and guineas for the good of the Church. Among other
ing to, and the cre night, while between Lilian and Brown, when she first learns 23, Rev.Dr. Hollings- gaseous, are consequences simply of the greater or good things he said (addressing the Ladies), "I
the found her leaking g t r ter ba, that he is to be the owner of Cleve Abbey-when he worth, lesser amplitude of motion of the constituent par- have now the pleasure to present to you seven gui-
with the iterntion of reachingthe 1a t thai ot wooes and wins her; and, lastly, when she offers 25, Friday, Annunciation of the Blessed iodes, and the question whether matter may exist in neas, hoping you will accept them as a slight ap-,
boat hust have o an l d b thatthe herself to him, with the touching words I now Vir T Mary." a fourth, or ultragaseous state, is the great scientific preciation of your kindness shown nu by astg
drowned. swampe and they were all ask to share your struggle with poverty." Expec- 8 a.m., Holy Communion. conundrum which Prof. Crookes has essayed to in holding Divine Services afloa and aloas an
..tation stood o' tiptoe when Mrs. Washington's 7 p.m., Even Song and Sermon. answer in the affirmative He believes that he has acknowledgment of the energy you have displayed
We regret to learn that the lightering Hulk Fran. name appeared in the play bills-a great reputa- Preacher, Rev. Ed. L. Penny. discovered matter in a state as far removed .fro a in bringing about this brilliant Tea Meeting. Leo
as Hill ard, laden with kerosene oil from a vessel in tion had preceded her-people looked for something 30, Wed., 7 p.m., Even Song and Sermon, the gaseous as gas is from liquid or liquid from sell 1 me assure you, Ladies, and you Pastor and his con-
astle Hrarbour, was driven from.ber moorings, and out of the common. This was a great trial-a cri- Preacher Rev. Bruce Mackay. and says : In studying this fourth state of matte.. regation, that you have the very best wishes of
is on shore between Cooper's and Nonsuch Island. tical public is apt to be hyper-critical when it April 6, Wed., 7*30 p.m., Even Song and Sermon, we seem at length to have within our grasp. aml y fellow Captains in which I sincerely unite."
The lighterSusan Dudman did considerable da deals with the pets of other people. But as Lilian Preacher Rev. George Tucker. obedient to our control, the little indivisible particles Another pleasing feature in the programme of
a he to the vessel shen was recividn a a- this fine actress fell short of no anticipations, dis- April 11-16-HoLY WEEK-Daily, 9 a.m., Matins of matter which, with good warrant, are supposed the evening was the prseutation of FivePounds to
Murray's Anchorage n appointed no hopes. I speak viith confidence, for, (or Litany) and Ante Communion, to constitute the physical basis of the universe." the Rev. J. Trotter, with the following brief t d-
r s ge. apart from the proof of the crowded seats on Mon- Thursday before Easter (Maundy Thursday)- Whether Prof. Crookes' conclusions prove oonclu- dress.
SM.-S.,oritkawton, bearing the Flag of Vice ; day, the praises of this Lady are too loudly sung 8 a.m., Hoy Communion, sive or not, we are indebted to his genius for a most The Rev. J. Trotter, Dear Sir,- ase ace
AdMiral Sir Pl L. MeClintock, arrived at Port Royal by all who have seen her to leave it a subject of 7"30 p..., Even Song and Short Address. brilliant investigation, teeming with possibilities for the accompanying as a token of appreation of e
Jamaica, on the 79th February. The Admiral was i doubt whether she has proved her talent. It is April 15-GooD FaDATY- further development and giving us fascinating little sympathy you have manifested for the seafaring
accompaniqdfiy the Tenedos, Fame. and Fantome.- certainly a matter of congratulation to-all lovers of 8 a.m., Litany and Ante Communion, vistas into unexplored regions of knowledge in that Community. An."
Thie channel between Port Royal and Kingston had the Drama that just as the Garrison Company;is 7*30 p.m., Even Song and Sermon. "border land where. Matter and Force seem to- : The best thanks of the Minister, Vestry and Con
been surveyed by a party from the Northampton, and it losing two such valuable members as Captain and Preacher Rev. J. C. L. Jones. merge into one another, the shadowy realm between kregation of St. Paul's are presented to Captaini
was gpnelrally,believed that the Flagship would come Mrs. Holt, the management should have obtained Known and Unknown." Kruger, Captain Cousins and all the other Captains
np4o ]iigsfodn. and remain there a fortnight, when the the help of Captain and Mrs. Washington. How 6i I i W AN STRIKING ILLUSTRATION. of vessels now in our Port for the hearty an pra,
Admiral would leavefor Bermuda. sorry I am that in all probability we shall never Arrival and Intended Departure of Bprn f the evening was devo. tical interest they have manifested inthe weo
VESSELS OF WAR AT JAMAICA ON THE 24TH UL- see these four on the stage together again. The Troops' t to an exhibition and explanation of Prof. their Church. ,'
rxMo.-H.M.. N-frthaWton, Capt. Drummond, with public has to thank Capt. and Mrs. Holt for many H. M. Troopship Orontes, Captain Kinshan, ar- Crookes' apparatus, contributed for this occasion by .Including the Sailors" presentations to "
Ilax of i, r dl l" r eopo ? intc..M. pleasant representations, and they will carry with rived at the Naval Yard on Sunday morning last. Messrs. Queefi atnd Co. This consists, for the most Minister by Captain Krugerthe net profits of e
GouarmoderMry t Com. thurnchf twith' SroadPedant them the gratitude and good wishes of many She left Queenstown pn the 18th, called at Vigo part, of a number of small glass tubes and bulbs, evening amounted to over Thrty Ponds,-(C
ey. Fores.r, Li ut. & Cm. S mith Drui friends. But "l e Roi est mort, vive le oi," we and encountered bad weather all the passage. She from which the air bas been exhausted to about one- --
Kend. 'ahe Cat Knowl.o a. Com e still corn in Egpt, and though we are also has brought out drafts for the 86th (144 men under millionth part of an atmosphere; fine wires are her. We are pleased to learn that at the lat eia
Greaf1. T-yrian, Tender to Urgent. The German losing another favorite actress in Mrs. Kennedy, command of two Officers-Lients. E. S. Evans and metically sealed into the tubes and a .powerful tion of candidates for graduation at theAmeKla
war sr,- Nymp.e, 10 -gus, Capt. Shroeder. The w e must, whilst regretting our losses, rejoice in G. 0. N. Bryan-of H. M. 101st Regt.) and 99th induction coil supplies rapid electrical pulsations, Veterinary College, New York, Mr. E, eid .
kymph, 4on hr arrival, on the 21st Feby,. at Port our gains, and hopefully look forward to the pro- Regiment. The latter will not of course disembark under the influence of which the residual Thatter, or ber obtained his Diploma of Dr. and Veterisa+y
Poyalt, atdthe Flag of Vice Admiral Sir F. L. Me duction of many fine plays under the management here. Also, a few Officers to serve here in the particles of air, and even the sides of the lass flash Surgeon. :
CI in-- I w ib h a nsM .r ^ a 1 .m. ..f. A- j3I.-" Dr .. ... ..... ..
Clmtoek. which has so ably oatered to the dramatic taste of Royal Artillery and R~yal Engineers. out into brilliant coruscations of phosphorescent .
E .M.S. Urgent it is said will come up to Bermuda in l the Garrison and of the civilian population for the The 99th will embark on board the Orontes to- light, of exquisite tints, exhibiting, also, mechanical hiie Edinburgh Review on Hymms
une next to be doc. last twoyears. day. The women, children and heavy luggage at and other effects of a surprising and entirely novel Ancient and Modern.
Thaere wao iahar been a Regatta, between tie boats To return one moment to Lilian (I wish she 11 am. in H. M. S. Vixen, and theHead Quarters character.
of the fleet, at Port Royal, Jamaica, on the 24th ultimo, would return to us again). How beautifully she of the Regiment at S2 hoos, in H. M. S. Viper, for I Before showing the apparatus of Profs. rookies, The btollowinge exti roml an aite nhe
i,'y --- rendered the handin^g over to Mr. Brown of a]l her conveyance to the Orontea, Mr.Outerbridge exhibited some very beautiful exper, dinburgh eview ri oh b
ig" Mails for Barbadoe, and the other West In- pets, blind, halt andwaiated-the old women-tEe Under present arrangement, the Troopship will iments with low vacuum tubes, by way of contrast Literature, is reprinted in ehese ouns yre.
dia Islands, will close at the Post Office, Hamilton. brood mare, the one-eyed peacock--too good, too' depart for Barbados to-morrow. with those which followed. The Crookes tubes in. Quest:-. .
To-morrow (Wednesday), morning at 8"30 o'clock. touching-acting of the finest kind. To my mind The Detachment of the 86th landed at Hamilton eluded one showing the dark space where a plate of Our survey of Rlitualistic literature WOula
: "better than the lighter parts of the same character, from the Orontes yesterday, and marched to St. platinum in the centre of the tube was the negative be incomplete if we were to take no notice of the
'. ... ... Mr. Brtwn (Mr. Wood, R.E.,) is so intimately George's, where the Head Quarters of the Regiment pole, and the radiant matter driven forth by the cur- hymnology by means of which the distinctive ten.
Tsa NEW PABAB.A CaDcisRE Gnovan Ireland connected with the parts of Lady Matilda and Lilh- are at present.. rent only exhibited itself by Kght when in the part ets of Ritualism are widely, and in many c ase an"-
Island was opened on Saturday last by the Mem- an that I have mentioned him already with high The two Officers of the 101st Regiment, who came of the tube where the moving atoms were brought' perceptibly, defused. If there be any truth in the
bersof the reland slanda Cricket Clbub' in the praise in the most effective scenes between them. out in charge of the draft of the 86th Regiment, into collision with the sides of the tube or with each saying that the ballads of a people produce a more.
p at of biumerous spectators--Captain Moresby Mr. Wood exhibits great versatility in the roles he will proceed to Halifax by early steamer to rejoin other. Two or three minute engines showing the sensible effect upon their national character than the +
oe1g present for a short time. After each side takes, and, with scant exception, he adds leaf after the Head Quarters. mechanical force of radiant matter were also exhib- laws under which they live, ,it will follow, as a
had ha an iings, champagne was broached by leaf to hie laurels. His Fouche still remains in my The departure from our shores of the gallant ited. One of them was a propeller wheel, which, at matter of course, that the hymns wliih now form
theMemobp. s who _heeraigly .drank Success to memory as his oest performance, but that is not to 99th Regiment is very generally regretted. Their -first, refused to revolve, though evidently agitated an important element in the public worship of
Captain Moresby and his .undertaking." This say that his acting of Brown was not very good- conduct during their short stay among us has been by the current. It was afterwards ascertsaned that most congregations, inust, sooner or later, exerctee,
Ground will be a great acquisition to the Cricket- and certainly there were parts of it which could truly commendable. the wire connection had been broken, and the acci- an important influence upon the creed of the wor-
ers on. the Island,and: who no doubt will long re- scarcely have been excelled. I dont know why, We understand that Itrs. Holt, Mrs. and Miss |; dent afforded a good illustration of the theory of shippers. The Ritualists have displayed their ufs-
member with gratitude the name of Moresby." but I liked him better on the 25th than on the 28th Bremner, and Mrs. Davis and three Miss Davis, the action produced, the spasmodi movements of tomary sagacity in taking advantage of this organ
--perhaps the part had got stale to him. Especially will proceed hence in the Uronte n their way to Ithe wheel being due to the jumping of the current for the dissemination of their distinctive doctries
AMILToN, March 4th, 1881. in the finale, af ter he escapes frame his lock-up, he England. *between the ends of the broken wire. The conne- 'and practices. The voluine entitled Hymns An-
EuMo RtAr Gf}*rT.-i -T-n your lapt issue all..ion -eeme to have thrown aside his interest in the The fling Offiers of the. {Wh embark with tons having been properly made, the whee. revolved. ient and Modeer,' one of the most popular h+tt--
......tte e ,2 .. n character. With Lilian he was always happy (as te-i Re .... i- n the ,, ,rot_, .... :_. The shadow tube was also shown. In this a Maltese rals of the present day,* and, as regards the grear r
^ "l~ hn~fr~fc "ta~chor '"who would not have been), and he acted all he had me^^ W 1T ) W p~a -B Com ) cross is put in the tube, which intercepts the, moving portion of its contests, deservedly so, contains toome
[aLs manhor vn n oe caroes &' &a Sance in him- but there were times when he was district. L .-Co ^W, ; .R. e ., ( :- atoms and so produces a shadow on the end of the "ymns which-whatever the original degn a .
_:_^.^%S? _:,_ ....... ..,P ....... ,af ,. er han, p s twas only natural to ayvounmanrwso ,M...OTA- L- A ^'_ " r1 ,', =r 0 tube. whichis illuminated outside of th ieo he ir composers--are calculated to~nstil in tot

(it a stress anl disabled ond on, wth careers worn Those Bunters, without an H to their back,,- Kennedy, R. B. otton, M. Hans G. R. w.-. the tube. The cross being thrown down the former, diametrically opposed to the fomlaries of the
... +. .... a ....i, -1-o v; a s,, -r -o w, n c-ros yte iminingo. be"prtcle -', heenof iamticalnopsd ote o ofis h
out perha p sm, and w earned w li h eth 'ol nf lhee T o e .t rs 1w i h u ..n H tocheirbac ,". newllor.e.. ..w ary....
out perha and Weaed wih he the toili o the were splendid. Mrs. B. (Mrs. Randall), would bring Macklin, 0. C. Neville., T shadow becomes brighter than the surrounding part. English Church. The following ie will s
sea, not takng d toaccount r talueo their several a smile to the lips of a mute at a funeral," and at wudenerM (a.E .. ,) It is supposed that the glass having been subjected to illustrate our meaning:-
roes)exposed to the ull fore ofthew nd, an theater e she always acts upon the audience like L'n. R dolph to he action, becomes less sensitive, so that the Word-made- flesh true bread He maketh
Vue roadstead, an iron bound shore on their lea, on-, ,r 2nd Lieutenants, T. T. Fischer, C. J. lRandol ByHs odHil
on roadstd, an iron bound shore on their a on Sam Gerridge's double action lava gas burner- 2n eut r T A. 11,oad".DPy newly exposed parts for a time responds with great- By His Word His fleh to be
wNch the waves. tossed their angry spray; looked .brightens up all faces and dispels all gloom. She A .r ..Dy er vibrations and so give more light. Tubes show- Wine His Bhlod, which whoso taketh
rather ne sking, and a ths ws to be seen as acted Maria very well, and in all her doings con.C. G. Gibaut (Hon. Capt.) ing that in the lower vacuum the particles travelled Must from carnal thoughts be fee.
we actedtMaria sery.-we snaando ineawlchert aoing. .o,.o uarmaster, James JBateman...
.well. a i.ttly tminaer, 1n the shape of the wreck- trasted perfectly with Lady Matilda's stately man- Quarmaster, in direct lines between the terminals while in higher :
e. .... t b eer cognomen ner. Her get-up" was most attractive-indeed I i,' .. ", "_ OF T"n .noth.r vacuums they were driven in straight lines dbreetly ef ore e, fore nhn be
eps herlast sleeon tcral bed o( e may say that the dresses throughout the ee were from the negative pole, were also shown. Another
Beroohe;--llhi, n~ai~ alsetlen,) w ay stay that t+oe dresses thr aoughout ..he pi column of our to-day's lesue will be found the sub-,....., ----; ..+;, This great Sacrament revere
Bernlootlhcs';-llthis (An4 asj4e allsQntiment,) whilst in te best taste, and the fair designers of them cln"o r\0 6 "^ '*JT P^ tube was made with two chambers, in one (if which fhlB S." *^ tin not^wt
a splendid harbor, with plenty of water, land locked ; deserve an infinite amount of credit. Why don't stance of a Lecture recently delivered in the Frank- were the electrodes and in the other a compound of It is obvious that when kein union with
with a narrow but deep channel leading direct from ,o, offer Lav Matil-da your hi'arm B." Maria, lin Institute, Philadelphin, by Mr. A.E.Ouferbridge, potassium, capable of iin out a watery vapor. the teachirig on the Eucharis to hih we have
the ocean, which here laps its leet, and invites the weary was a oin- to-" sentences r Jn i unr., of New York, on Mr. Crooke's new theory e he tube was exhaust to te last degree, so that already referred;, ad with the ie l ohbservanoes
tomprtodesed mariner to rest in its quiet arms. Now my head and make me burst outl. Four or Radiant State oI Matter, wich will be the passage of the current was not visible. Then which are now commonly prat in celebpa,
why is it not s? Why is not Castle Harbour uti- convenient times tothescandalization of people found interesting. T fhe xperiments which followed the substance in the, annex amber was heated to tion of the Mas,' these words e
.. ": .. .. : "2 con ement t~ es to te sean~produncodpeopler... .. el, .. .thesubtan e mthe ann x c amb r w s h ate
lized ? Why do not our wise M.C.Ps spread their who are not in my secret. Thank you, Mrs. B.-f pruce on Mr. rookie's, the originator' appa, mke tive off atoms or vapor when the infini- regarded by theworaippersin aN
mantle of wisom over this neglected, vet finest bar- there is a healthful employment itis lau.hing. B. tu, were most satisaetory and caused more than tesimal particles of matter were set in violent motion as inculcating the real objective presence of nst
our in Bermuaa; (our /fir seeingand practicalhimself was beautiful-for ever P no, not for ever usual interest, irasmuob as it was The flrst time they and gave forth the characteristic green light. A body and blood in the consecrated elem andthe
Americanvisitors say] and others likewise. ewereh used on ......the Continent oweefse n oe Aln mo'errc iu1 ca. Berm..udiansinr ed to bore dea doaio wic i aleedt b de o hrst s
Americanvsitors say nd others likewsee. Let- us he has gone from our gaze like a beautiful dream were uied on the Continert of America. Bermudians the number of atoms increased this color changed adoration which is alleged to we .'
Jay asideparty prejudices, whether loalor of a busi- andhas taken off his red wig andwhisker&s, and' will doubtless felgreat interest the extension of the rosybue 'seenin low vacuum tubes. As the der the forms of bread and wine.fote
ees nature grant afewhundredypounds; remove the reduced himself to the dimensions befittin- a this science as the Lecturer is a native of these Is- ,vapors ere recondensed the green light returned It would be easy to adduce f e
0" o wo "-,rm v l th rlo osciinlands and is well known iand much respected.- an ... .... .............on,.... whThehlas
gallant.Of.cer..f... ..L I H wlllie aourd finally the current passed in darkness, Tm astl fdvtin owih eeet a
om or two rpcks, remove all other loed obstuions, gallant Officer of R. M. L. I He will live in our land and s wellow d uch p finally the current passed i darkness, The last manuals of devotion, to which reference as
&e.,&oe., cy one oftheir good bils, the Treasury will memories long. First as Sam Gerridge, second as experiment was with a tube in which the radiant made in this article, hymns o a yet more ob -
expand ; the sailors bless our islands, and find in this Bunter-but Bunter best, I think; it was a first rate Major General GambLle, C. B., has resigned, his matter, passing from a cup shaped negative termin- tionable character than those from whic e a l
anug harbour a rest or as it were. an oasis on the desert performance-one to be proud of,'umble individual seat as a member of thi, Legislative Council of al, was focused, so to speak, on a metal rod, heating lines are quoted. One exampemust e b way
of the sea. though he be, and good as it may be "not to be Barbados. it to redness. It was shown with this tube that the of illustration. It is the adaptat ion o ne r
I need, say no more, the facts are open to all. ILet puffed up." I don't quite see where the Manager Oswald Jonep, Esqr., has been appointed a mem- direction of the atoms could be deflected by a mag. popular hymns to the worhipb- ethi ite
ms then be up anddoing. is to get a man to fill Captain Holt's parts, unless ber o( the Legislative Council of the Island of net. The experiments were remarkably successful impossible that the words can be othe e
Your country's well wisher, GUESS. Mr. Randall takes them himself. Cousin Joe" Barbados; and as beautiful as they were instructive, preted-of the sacramental element ae

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charist. The following are the first and last verses
of this adapted hymn, as we find it reproduced in
' The English Catholic's Vade-Meoum. '-
u' Jepu% my Lord, my God mny All I
How can I love Thee as I ought P
And how revere this wondrous gift,
So faa surpassingbhope or thought P
S 8ebt Sactament we Thee adore!
Oh make us love 1 hee more and more!
..' ,y.Aody, Soul, and Godhead all!
Oh.mystery of love divine!
I cannot compass all 1 have; .
For all Thou hast and art are mine!
Sioeetf 8aciamtnt': we TMe adore!
t(*Qmiake us loea thee aore and morel.
Such fangure m"ay inded find its justification
amonfi hJoqe who contend that the doctrine of the
Chuiri'of Ronib and that of the Church of Eng-
land '"the subject of the Eucharist are identical.
'lt all othcrst- e-submit that" it can appear in no
other light than as plainly and unequivocally idol-
It will be suprerfluous, we think, to adduce fur-
ther evidence thwt Ritualism can be regarded in
Ito 9ther light than as a deliberate scheme for the
roviyal of medieval Christianityin its most debased
aMd most cbrrriped form; that it lacks he tests of
cathtlicity" on which its advocates profess to rely;
and that it derives noother sanction from the forxnu-
lane of the English Church than a few isolated
pmasages which are capable of being interpreted in
a sense whiebthe reviscrs of the English Prayer
Bpoka. repudiated, and which is opposed to the
teaching of the great divines of the sixteenth and
seveteenth centuries.
*We are, informed that twenty million copies
of these hymns have been put into circulation; and
it-is said that this volume has recently been recog-
nized by the Chaplain-General as the only hymnal
which is henceforth to he:in use in the army.
?* e Editor;,VtheiRoyol Gasette.
'f. EDTroI-,-" I We that our'indc-fatigable Ple-
beiansi'are i the field" again, for mangling the Vege.
talo- Marking Bill, and this time "have gone into the
business wholesale, and done it up brown." The Ple-
belans i" uncultivated" are exceedingly fertile in im-
agination, and rallierr inclined to 'be captious as
well; agiation when hbe says 11th initials of the christian
name and siiriaime, arid the surnanie in lull will be
required under the actjust passed, of eftry owner and
shippr in the Copy, as well as ol the ewers out of the
Colony" and J ose of "ap elate planted on parts-
the different .4dividuale istol4d, or thie.executors,
administrator ,&.e.". hf,-he would haeas many
inscriptions -do a .b of onions o'T there ite on an
Egyptian ob0 'k; eich box woMid acquire a long
pedigree of nies like aw Englisthraeheore, and per-
haps, some of tese flames ot quite at arigocratic con-
nection like the horse's owner. Is it not a fortunate
thing that he did not understand it as some folks have
done, to mean that all potatoes, onions, tomatoes,
and other vegetables" (not the packages) are to be
mrkAet, Ahd then he gives us this problem to solve,
-John Dod ad ises a crop, before he can offer it foi
sale he must put on the:initials ol both his names in full
bathbefore boy one can legally purchase, the lull initi-
als .hoth names must' be put on WeH-I'll give
that hp.-peJhapsO Jn D e and his crop are Boycot
tdd.' Ahd 1hen, 0 happy thought, boxes of Bermuda
onions are to bp a legal tender, endorsed" and ne-
gtabe' '"like aBllofElchange." Just imagine
Johit'Doe'" indoriting fifty thousand boxes, to John
Bulidmring the coming-season; or John Bull "circu-
lati,"'Bertnuda'potatOes in Ireland in lieu of bullets.
"* But enough"-1 am sliding on towards that sea of
imagination on which Plebeian has gone, adrift; my
purpMosais tosay a lew words in defence of that poor
littla.xc chickk watched isna big houe on: a hill, and.
rea'e Wl' W practTca Pla 'onrs "(hence its name,) i
has had its feathers plucked by everybody, and now
S"Plebeian is trying to pull them out wholesale"
a tw 1b" dp'it up borwn ;" such wanton cruelty is
w6rse than '"etfing schoolboys to kill sparrows:"
N6w, while admitting it has some of its plumage stand-
ing avry andits two 'dW JllI-matched and "unre-
cor'leable"' a shown by Plebelan in his first essay,
still I regard it as a most useful bird, and if allowed a
faffr'ial, will I time givr ts golden eggs. Who does
not remember the "' Peieobk eggs" of tea or a dozen
yeks ago. But we hall doubtless have a full fledged
bird from the next sitting, so 1 would advise Pfe.
beAib tfo let the matte drop, and hot worry himself
any jore about how many names there Wright, could,'
would, r. should be on a box of onious. Let us both
lek~ w' pulling the feathers out of this little bird of'
P'a t Paadise) a4d, gopaulling the weeds out of the
onzi7kind when they iare ready,
S4W0'lli: 'e rand pack 'em and mark them P
i' d tharwtill answer for "Plebeian" and me.
1 hqpe Plebeian*" will not be uneasy about
oqr tM boisg the saunae, but when he considers the
ifact t.t one '6will be mnarkekM with black, the other
with red or blue, that one will havq hall inch letters
Atle nlher one, two, or three inch, that one will have
100 as a shipping number, the other I or up to 99 and"
that there will be many othpr ways of identifying them
hi will perceive that the danger will be reduced to a
minimum, and the simpleb auty of the Law preserved.
I agree with Plebeian" on one point, the word
Grower" would be prefeyable to the word "owner,"
the litter is rather vague, but for all intents and pur-
poses of the Law, the owner may reasonably be sup-
posed to mean the grower or whoever claims the right
to sell or handle, irrespective of other parties interest-
ed. 'The'scope of the act tis simple and comprehensive
it does not tressss rn the rights of individuals, but
rather protects t'he.,' it is binding alike on buyer and
seller and its qhief value will be jin the detering effect
it wilfhave pzuscrupukouslpdunprini4pled persona;
anfl as every tub will stand on its own bottom, th~es
will be no need of a bloated list ol inspectors, coopers,
&c., especially as all these parasites and satellite must
bel a~ur j5; he_ .....

P.S.-I understand that the Act wai
l1rta~1 Maret; theweatber* Wto certain
and it is more; than probable that the
this self-imposed task would have lost
it drenched and muddy, still'I hope tI
cool or quench his zeal.
Brakish Pond, March 5,!1881.

For the Royal Gazette.
MB, Etnmo,-I notice by your val
1* inst. a letter from the "Plebiat
theire.-re many assertions calculated
preumae your correspondent,represen
number of the Plebians ae I observe
understanding the intention of the la'
talk and losing no time-are quietly
having their stencil plates' ut with
the Cbristimb'anie and the srmane i
ing that now is the time o compete :
a uaweaJIr p"4dung a good article
to the term "owner I hold that th
has~ t chief control over the packi
of-the produce is the owner in accord
splWi;.fM the law, and he conseque
Island,-for example, if Smith plan
Jones being absent, Smith is the.
owner for the time Being. If one t1
Smpith and Jlones plant together, or
firm is sufficient, but if the produce i
lables a ips respective share. I. d
the law anticipates "foreign cultivate
eriltit of the Colony."' As for myf
wi t -to eiade the, law by going in
oLern ng detection of fraud and
although an owner may not be accu

fraud, yet he may be guilty of habitual negligence, 'TT A
and no merchant (and I believe they belong to asA BY P UBJLIC .UCTION,
honorable a class as that of the "Plebians," would UJfDER THE BIG SHED,
encourage such negligence by purchasing at any
Coneive how one of the "Plebians" would feel O T thursday next,
going through town offering his produce and being10th ins., at 12 o'clock, .,
reused by all in such terms as these,-" your name
is cried down." "We do not accuse you of wilful 50 NTEW York Family HAMS
fraud but you are habitually careless." If it were ON 20 Drums Halifax CODFISH
the'first time we might excuse it as a mistake or 20 Bls. Table POTATOES
attribute it to your ignorance (you being a Plebian) 25 Bls. Garnet Seed POTATOES
but every consignment of yours has the expression 30 Crates Prolific POTATOES
of habitual carelessness." I ask, would not that be 20 Tuba New York BUTTER
a greater punishment than a fine P Would it not be 20 Blsa. extra Family FLOUR
tothe "boycottin"?he ony"harm 7 Cases 3 dozen each qrts. and pts. London
tkbleAnand confusion arising ont ofthis, Bottled STOUT
Act appears to originate in the brains of that small 5 Half Hhds. ngish PORTER
number of the "Plebians" at least that is the view Half Hhds. English PORTER
token of it by 10 Buckets Fat MACKEREL and HERRINGS
COMMON SENSE. 5 Lbs. ffamaica Green GINGER
March 7th 1881. 1,000 Bis. Jamaica Green COFFEE
The Congress of the United States has passed a 4 CasLOBhests Oolong TIEA
Bill relaTve to the seizur of vessels for a breach 5 Half Chests OlongTEA
of the revenuelaws, whchprovides that no vesel Boxes Soda BIS ITS Ha SAUSAGES
shall be subject to seizure or forfeiture unless it SARDINES Tins Corned BEEF
appears that the owner or master of such vessel, 26 Boxes GLASS assorted sizes -.
at the time of the alleged illegal act, was a consent- 1 Large LADDER
long party, or privy thereto. This is to prevent 6 New 1Q x 14 BLINDS shipped contraryto
vessels' seizures, such as have heretofore beei made, ,order
where passengers or crews engaged in smuggling' Small HARMONIUM in good order.
without the knowledge of the master or owners. It
Is believed that the President will. If he has not B. W. WALKER & CO.,
already, approved of the Bill. Auctioneers.
The anxiety which has been for some time felt as Hamilton, March 7, 1881.
to the safety of the American Polar Expedition on -
board the Jeannette, formerly H.M.S. Pandora, has Notice to the Public.
at last taken form in a grant by the Senate of
100,000 dollars for fitting-out a United States war-
vessel to go in search of the Jeannette. Let us hope rr HE attention of the Quebec Steamships
that the search will be successful, and that the only Company having been drawn to the value
reason of the total absence of news of the Jeannette of the Bermuda Oranges, and the adaptability of
may be found to have arisen from her having been the climate of the Island to the growth of the
push forward altogether beyond the linqiof isbon or Sicilian Lemon," they, hoping to
possible ommuniattion. i.i i. m... f .., .. ln,.... rf..s... .

Five colored persons were, on the 181h nit., forci-
bly taken from the Bar of the. Supreme Court at
Nashville, just as the Judge had given his charge
to the Jury, in the case of the Laprade murder, and
hung from the verandah of the Court House.
Resolutions by the State Senate have been unan-
imously passed condemning the action of the mob,'
and calling on the Governor to use all means to ar-
rest and punish the offenders.
The "Army and Navy Gazette" of the 12th Feby.
says: "It is understood that Colonel Nugent is like.
ly to go out to command the Royal Engineers in
South Africa.
EARTHQuAKx.-A very perceptible Earthquake
was felt throughout the Bermudas,' particu-
larly at Ireland Island, at about one o'clock on
the morning of Wednesday last. The wind, which
had been blowing strong just before, became sud-
denly still, then the tremulous motion of the earth,
followed by a severe fall of rain. No one that we
have heard allude to the circumstance could say as
to the probable course of the shock, but most judg-
ed it to be from S. E. to N. W.
Our friends in St..George's. must have forgotten
us, yesterday-but we readily excuse them-as it
was doubtless a very busy day with sale of the
Stranded Ship oenquam Dormio, and other matters
connected with shipping.
JIRTH, at March 7th, 1831. at! Bridge Cottage,
Somerset, the WIPE of, Joseph \Vm. Robinson, of a
Son. Pembroke Parish, on 21st February. Mns.
MARIA DUBRDEN, relict of the late Mr. Frances Duer-
den, aged 74 years, leaving 3 sisters to mourn their

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
objection view which they may think proper to
adopt-said Plans to be sent in to my office by
31st inst.
Hamilton4.March Ijt, 1881.-2 3p.

io ~in in I pUUUUUiII U 1 it3 liag IULUIU soUUrI
of freight, beg to offer to Transpol free of
charge during 1881, all boxes containing young
Orange and Lemon Trees.
Manager, Quebec and New York.
Agents, New York,

Feby. 19, 1881.-63p.

Agents, Bermuda.


Now Receiving ex Schr. Grecian Bend,"
Birs. Bright Muscovado and Brls

From New York
Ills. Crushed SUGAR Standard A. at low prices
for Catli.
Hamilton, 7th Marcli, 1881.-1


TOST on Sunday the 27th ult., between the
AJ- Residences of H. 0. Freeland and Mrs.
William Bell, a Ladies
Pebble BROOCH,
Set in gold, streaked White and Brown.
A reward will be given the finder on leaving
same at the Stationery Store .adjoining the
"Royal Gazette" Office.
Somerset, March 2nd, 1881.

Sugar, Sugar,
Ex Grecian Bend,"
Barrels White Vacuum Pan
Yellow Vacuum Pan
And two grades Museovada SUGAR which the
Undersigetd intend to SELL.
Please aDnpplv to

Marshal's Sale. i

To be Sold, I

At 12 o'clock,
The 23rd day of March, instant,
Under and by Virtue of Sundry Writs of Execu-
tion issued from the Court of General Assize
A LL the Right title and interest of the said
that certain Lot of Land situate in the Town
of Hamilton in the Islands of Bermuda deno-
minated Lot number Sixteen of the Eight
Longitudinal Street of the said Town, bounded
on the North by the said Eight Longitudinal
street and there measuring Fifty feet or there-
abouts, on the East by Lot number Fifteen of
the said Eight Longitudinal street and there
measuring One Hundred and Ninety-two feet
or thereabouts, on the South by Lot number
Thirty-three of the Seventh Longitudinal
street of the said Town and there measuring
Fifty feet or thereabouts, and on the West by
Lot number Seventeen of the said Eighth
Longitudinal street and there measuring Two
Hundred and Two feet or thereabouts, or how-
ever otherwise the said Lot of Land may be
bounded or may measure or ought to be de-
scribed, together with the cottage or Tenement'
thereon erected and the appurtenances.
March 7th, 1881. Pro. Mar. Gen.



The Undersigned have just received, and do re-
ceive by every Mail from Jamaica,

Which they Sell for Cash only,
At 24/ per Bb!., 10/ per 100 and 1/6 per dozen.
((7 As many of the ripest Fruit decay wo
would be pleased to give them to any person who
would liki to plant them.
25 Front Street.
Hamilton, 7th March, 1881.--1

Sugar, Molasses,

Now Landing ex Schr. Grecian Bend" from
Barrels White V. P. SUGAR
Uitto Yellow 1)O.
Of very fine quality.
50 Puns. Strong Proof R UM1
Will be sold at low rates for Cash.
March 7, 1881.-2 3p


I o Occupiers of Lands

IN order to facilitate the progress of the Enu-
merators in collecting information for the
forthcoming Census, Occupiers of Land,
whether Owners or Tenants, are requested to
be prepared to furnish (in acres, roods and per-
ches) the correct quantities of land in their oc-
cupation "under Tillage," "under Wood or
natural Pasture," "under Cultivated Grasses"
or "Marsh Land;" also the correct quantities
of Agricultural and Horticultural Produce ob-
tained during the preceding twelve months.
Said information will be required in the early
part of the week commencing 28th March in-
stant, when the Enumerator will call at such
Dwelling house to leave a Househoder'eg&he-
By direction of the Census Commissioners,

March 5, 1881.-3
Colonist" copy thee

Required for CHIPPING and PAMtINI.
Chambers of Floating Dock.
Wages 4s. per day
With Quarters on board Hulk.
Apply to Master Shipwright's Offioe, H. M.
Dockyard. "
Captain in Charge of Naval Estalt4ments.
H. M. Dockyark, 4th March, 1881.--8m
"Colonist" copy for 3 months and send account
to "Royal Gazette" Oflce.


.- ,-:, o..
TDERS will be received by fthe,
signed until the .

For the-purchase of the property situated oB
the 3rd Longitudinal Street in the Town of
Hamilton, commonly known as

SDoglas House.
The Premises consist of the House as it now
stands, with the Lot attached.
The undersigned does not bind himself to ac-
cept the highest or any Tender.
,For further particulars apply to

Police Office, Hamilton.
March 5, 1881.-3


A LL Persons INDEBTED to the late. Firm
of IB. W. W 4LKEIt & CO., are hereby
notified that their respective Amounts must be
paid to R. D. I)ARItE LI., Esqr., (who is te-
thorised to receive them) by the 30th of April
All amounts remaining.unsettled at that'di~t,.
will then he .sued for without further notice .
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-23p pd"

Dunscomb& Fr0th4

TO FA.RMERS 4. OTHERS. i THE Undersigned will receive and forward.
,w,,,, ,, t,,lrI,,' rtouj-, ,,, I r tan .C I *t ''
ULh't'caiQiri-p 'inow pxpar421a
nt r A omg.

--- f ...... r' -1 1 .UNI- "SIND't i,l now prepared as
Notice,6 k TROTT & COX. usual to forward Consignments of
t .Bermuda, March 8, 1881 ...-l "
THOSE Persons who have BOOKS in their Colonist" copy once. O' -
posbession belonging to the Southampton TO
Library- and having forgotten to retum them, Afn TiC TO GROWE'RS AND ZUM RS. r T. 2. 600Z & 00,,
are kindly requested to leave them at the store l tv W oi -ES"- 0
of FOSTER M. COOPER, EsoQ.,-or at South- OWNERS OF 185 Reade street, New Yori.
amptom HalL An Order will be sent forward by nextSteam.
As steps are now being taken to re-open the E R 1d UDAU D A P 0 D U C er for S'TIENCIL PLATES to enable persons
Library in a few weeks. to meet the requirements of ,the law. Parties
J. UTT.RIDG.E BROWN. T H~F Undersigned will give their Personal at- desiring same will please inform me on or before
J. UTTi I.DLnE BOWJN, e O tenotiu to the forwarding of BERMUDA WEDNESDAY, 16th instant
arch. PRO CE to te Consigment of Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
.. ,8 8M2Ss Johv JiX. I CO, chShipping number 115 will be supje frqe tOf
OF NEW YORK, .....--
Jas. A. Judge, u.r NEW CRKe ALOpZO PWISTn. .
0 During tihe coming Cro Season. Mah 188.-tf-
AR un AO .....1 A -a, ..7. -... ... .. .. .. .e "

rLANIT' R IT .. .- 0 u i W V LJu u V V oi, j ill charges ior Uos5 01 niemuima ce for nett
a not tested on Washington Market, New York, proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of OtCG tO tjtpr8*
'ly unfavouiiable T he Goods -,
Champion of The Undersigned will give his personal attention 'he highest Market Rates will be obtained ,j'ME Uiidersigned havig been appointed
his suit, or got to the forwarding of andi Account Sales returned promptly. AGENT at Bermuda by tOBEIE U ( p .
he rain did not i ik Q All Packages of Produce must be marked with LEE &-CO 18 Lead enillOStree T I
P. 1 the Initials and Surname in full of the Owluer L'for thehiC. 1 f Be hk trtD IOdUo,
U f t with the new Law.or the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE'
Stocomply with the new Law. begs to offer his Services to F farmers and others
To the Consignment of the above-named J. T. DARRELL & C O. desirousofSippng to the London Market. -
ab l e pa p r aTe ahge Firm. i Hamilton, Bermuda, 3m 3 Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
luable paper of The highest market rates will be obtained and Feby. 21, 1884. 3 pI.qJIa r T.
ns" in which Account ales returned promntlv. ;7 JV TH Y3 IEL F'SEY.

to mislead. 1
ts a very -small
the majority
w-having less :
and cheerfully
the 'initials of
ii full; believ-
ina getting up
he person- who
ng and selling
Lance with the
gently is in the
ts Jones' farm,
he other hand
:e name of the'
is divided each
Lo not believe
)rs" or own-
self I do not
nto "foreign"
I punishing it
used of wilful

Produce bought during the S'eason.
9 West Front Street.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 m

Having made arrangements with GEORIGE
0 1MP'BELL, West Washington Market, New
York, will be glad to forward

To his address.
The highest mnaiket states will always be
promptly returned. Stencil PLATES may be
had on application to
March 7th, 1881.-3*

NT *ice At R. F. COOPER'S,
PRD--- amnilton, Feby. Ist, 1881.-3p tf
The Undersigned is prepared to -eceive and --
Ship consignments of 7 he Clipper Schooner,
Bermuda Produce "KEN 'TRE L."
By every opportunity, .- WHARTON, Master,
To the Address of WHARTO N, ,ser
To the Address of ill leave for Barbados
MJessrs. Darrell Co., On FrNext,
83 Pearl Sireet. New York. iday

highest Market Rates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and sentiments guaranteed.
42 Front Street.
li lamnilton,ht M arch, 1881.-'-m 3p

And has room for a limited quantity of Freight
out and bhck, if applied for immediately.
Rate-80 cents per barrel.
March 7th 1881.-lpd

To the above Piram, as usual.
Packages must be marked with the Initials of
the Christian name and full surname of the
Owner, san with the shipping number.
February 28, 1881.-3 3p-ft

Easter Cards,
At the'" Royal Gazette' Stationery
Store. A very Choice Selection.
Special Terms to the Trade.
Hamilton, March7th, 1881.

A' Personsr N lInDEBTEDRT o .a with

iwhom I have any business relations, anr
hereby notified that M1.. R IGINALD GRAY iq
duly authorised by Power of Attorney. o avt
for-me during my absence from Bermuda.
Hamilton, 3rd March, 1881.-2 3p
VP F HAMILTON, 7bth Sarch, 1884,
Edward F Ast-wood, John Albuoy, Auguie ts t,.
SGeo Bean, Rich D Bean1 Mrs P G Oampbtl-, P ,..
(Cojmdes, M Diepson, Nathaniel Dill, U Dare.r.I R
J Dill, Samn Oialpy, W Duke, Jos Fisher, Theophi.
lus Fubler, P Finnigan, Jane Gilbert, Anta"tea
Gomes, Mohalia Gilbert, Mrs. Haskiong, H B f,1r
ton, Francisco lanecio, Emma James, H eMVy r
Lighton, George Mantia, Mrs W R MaeDoma Thoe
RI Paynter, Robert Pappin', SamI Richarslo. .A'
B Raynor, Maggie Rob inson,- E A Rion
Rees, J L Robinson, Alex Swan, Edward Senoiq~e,
C J Smith, Peter Sannders. Rich Smith. Esle M At
Smith, Thirsa IJ mith, Benj Swan, Thoa Smith,
Nathban Scot, Clara TAicker, Benjamin Trott, Jul
Ann Tucker, C 1H Tucker, Louisa Tuclker, John T
Trott, Lucy White, Carrie Walbridgs, Mina Weil,
James A Waldton, John W :Whitney.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, March 7, 188-1.
Barque "A R Tucker," Henry Frost, Jos Gagne.,
Samuel Johnson, (Engineer S S Lascelles,") j.
W A. Knox, Telegraph Steamer, Daeia," Manuol
Mfachado, Captain Naeari, Italian 8S "Ega h'
John .Shoten, Thoe. Trou, (Cutl), Eli2s rllot
(Smith's Island), Capt. Joseph D. Silva, BhW r
H Hill), J Warren,


4o ana qm n rnq a -n vp. n i i p vv Pat All .3"1.- cl- V-+ -f 1?--: e-- --.. .


ON PLIOCENE MAN. LONDON, Feb. 12.-The Standard this morning
Published in this Ga:ette by request of F. Petrie Esqr., says : "Arctic authorities have been considering
lion. Seer. for the last few weeks the- question of representing
VICTronI (PHILOsoPHIuA.) INSTITrTE OF ENG- in the proper quarter the necessity of actively re-
LAND.-A meeting of this Society took place on the summing polar exploration. No Immediate steps
17th of January, at 7 Adelphi Terrace, London, toward the dispatch of an expedition will be taken,
when a paper on Pliocene Man in America," by however, as the absorption of public attention by
Dr. Sonthall, of Virginia, United States, was reads, the grave political questions might prevent the
after which the results of all recent rosearche; subject from receiving sufficient support. Mean-
on the subject were described in a paper by Dr:' while, maps and charts will be prepared which will
on the subject were described in a paper by Dr. >. ap p
Dawson, F.R.S., of McGill College, Montreal. materially lighten the work of the next explorers,
The Duke of Argyll, K.G., and Professor McKenny and henceforth the importance of Arctic research
Hughes (Woodwardian Professor of Geology at will be continuously brought to the notice of the
Cambridge) followed with communications in which public. Dr. Emil Bessels, the chief scientific offi-
they agreed with the two previous authors, and cer of Dr. Hall's expedition in the steamer Polaris,
showed that there was no reason for considering who Is now in London, is to receive command of
any of the hitherto discovered remains of so-called the American expedition to Jones's Sound."
ancient man, whether in America or Europe, to be There was a conference this afternoon at the
other than modern. Mr. Mello, F.G.S., and other rooms of the Royal Asiatic Society, on the question
geologists, followed in considering the subject. of copyright with the United States. Mr. Wm.
About twenty new members were elected, and it McCullagh Torrens, member of Parliament, presid.
was announced that the lists for the year were now ed. Various publishers, including Mr. Bentley,
open for home and foreign members.- The object were present. The first resolution accepted the
of the Society is to investigate impartially all ques. draft of a proposal submitted by Minister Lowell,
tions of Philosophy and Science said to militate as a basis for negotiation, subject to the substitution
against the truth of Revelation. Many leading of 12 months for 8 months as the minimum period
AnIerican prelates, clergy, and laymen have already within which British authors could arrange for the
joined ite reproduction of their works in the United States.
The second resolution condemned the suggestion of
the Board of Trade that with the consent of the
RUSSIA'S PLANS IN CENTRAL ASIA. authors American reprints of British books should
---- be freely admitted into Great Britain. The resolu.
From the north-western frontier of Afghanistan tions were unanimously adopted. A deputation
there stretches for more than 300 miles toward the was appointed to wait on the Board of Trade.
Caspian Sea a narrow belt of fertile land, dividing
Iraf on the south from the tent-dwelling nomads of ROIE, Feb. 12.-The two parties in the conven-
Tutan on the north. This is the oasis of the Akhal tion In favor of universal suffrage having adjusted
Tpreomans, hemmed in between the rugged chain of their differences, the convention has adopted a me-
the Kopet Dagh and the great trans-Caspian desert. tion demanding universal suffrage. A letter from
At its north-western extremity stands Kizil Arrat, Gen. Garibaldi was read, affirming that the present
an old Turcoman settlement, and from this point to agitation should continue until the wishes of the
the Bay of Michaillovsky, on the Caspian, the road people were satisfied. Gen. Garibaldi was then
winds around mountains and across deserts for a elected honorary resPident.
distance of 150 miles. Along this road and this LONDON, Feb.23.-A despatch from Berlin to the
oasis the Russians are pressing their march of con- Morning Post says:-" General Skobeleff has sent a
quest toward Merv and .Herat. Geok-Tep6, the deputation of 'urcoman chiefs to St. Petersburg to
Turcoman stronghold' of the oasis, and the middle announce their submission to the Czar."
point between the Caspian and Merv, fell on Jan. 24
before the fierce assault of Gen. Skobeleff. Aska. Sir Charles Tupper, Dominion Minister of Public
bad, a cluster of Turcoman dwellings sheltering Works, is recovering from his illness, and it is said
some 2,000 families, with a fortified stronghold in that all danger is now over.
the centre, is the next obstacle in the Russian line General Sir Patrick MacDougall and lady Mac-
of progress. When Askabad falls, and its fall is Dougall have arrived at Quebec.
certain if Gen. Skobeleff attacks it, the road will be
open from the Caspian to Merv., and in that ancient Mr. John J. Mitchell has been elected United
opty the Turcomans will make their last stand. States Senator for Pennsylvannia, terminating the
,]oW far Russia will push her conquests, and what dead lock. Mitchell is described as "a tall and
ar hulatimate intentions, are matters of inference handsome man," and likely to prove "the band-
and speulation. The Agence Russ,, a semi-official somest man in the Senate."
organ, declares that Gen. Skobeleff's expedition is I -
undertaken for the purpose of suppressing Turcoman We have had our days of atmospheric misery here
brigandage, and protecting the caravan route from in London, notwithstanding the efforts of the Fog
Erasnovodvk to Khiva from the attacks of these and Smoke Committee, who, of course, cannot
freebooters of the desert. But Russia's State office. hope to effect any change in a hurry, but I hear that
are do not wear their heart upon their sleeves, nor far away from Landon there have been fogs dense
are their statements always entirely trustworthy, and dreadful-only white and opaque, and not black
For a mere police raid Gen. Skobeleffs preparations and terrible as ours are. I see that a very suggestive
were upon a pretty large scale. To say nothing of paper has been lately read before the Royal Society
his having the best soldiers in the Imperial Army of Edinburgh, by a Mr. John Aitkin. on Dust,
and a magnificent equipment, the Government has Fogs and Clouds," in which I find that the author
given $8,000,000 for the construction of a railway- instead of theorising about fogs, and imagining what
a very heavy investment, surely, if made merely they are, straightaway sets to work to make experi-
with a view toitheprotection of the petty traffic of ments and to create a fog in a bell glass, and then to
the caravans. Starting from Michaillovsky, on the try what he could do with it. He tells us what per-
Caspian, the railroad follows Gen. Skobeleff's line haps we know, that smoke does not produce fog, but
of march across the old bed of the Oxus to the that fog is really vapour arising from damp soil, or
Akhal.oasis. It is now in operation for a distance tracts of water, which condenses on any particles of
of about 40 miles. and is advancing at the rate of a matter it meets with in the atmosphere, be they or-
mile and a half daily, dinary dust and dirt, salt spray from the ocean, or
Both Loria Melikoff and Gen. Skobeleffare re- the products of"any sort of combustion, gas, wood,
ported to have said that the country of the Turco- or metal. These minute particles float in the atmos-
'mauS was not worth a rouble, but other authorities phere: coming in contact with rising vapour they
differ with them on that point Whatever may be cause it to condense and descend again in the shape of
the value of their territory, the tall, finely formed, fog. Mr. Aitkin filled glass receivers with purified
and hardy warriors of this brave race, mounted on air deprived of all particles of dust, and then intro-
their equally noble horses, constituting, probably, the duced vapour into it. No fog was then produced, but
finest cavalry force in the world, will be a most de- the vapour dispersed itself. In glass vessels contain-
sirable addition to Russia's military strength, and it ing the ordinary dust-charged atmosphere however,
is, er well-known policy to use. in this way the each little germ of dust collected the vapour to itself,
tribes she subjugates. If her plan of conquest is and descended in the shape of a dense fog. The ex-
really as far-reaching as some English and Continen- periment goes to prove that dust is the germ of which
tal itatesmen assert, the tribes who now block her fogs and clouds are the developed phenomena, and
pathway will become her most efficient allies beyond that every fog particle represents a dust particle on
the Afghan frontier. It can scarcely be doubted which it has condensed. In the atmosphere of large
that she intends to possess herself of Merv. So flr, towns there is a large quantity of sulphur, as well as
her operations'may be ascribed to the hunger for carbon, from smoke, and it is these ingredients which
more territory which so universally besets great em- make London fogs so utterly abominable and
pirea. Any more beyond Merv, whether in the unbreatheable, but Mr. Aitkin raises the question
direbtiou of-Meshed or Herat, will be justly regarded whether in the desire to rid our atmosphere of these
bjEngland as a menace directed against her Indian constituents we may not be removing an important
possessions. Herat is the key to all Southern Af- disinfecting and deoderising agent, which we may
ghanistan. It threatens Kandahar, and Kandahar ultimately regret, for it appears that more than 200
is the last foreign outpost beyond which lies India tons of sulphur is burned every winter's day in Lon-
Itslf. Idon with the coal, and the antiseptic properties of
Since the fall of GeokkTepe the retention orevac- sulphurous acid are well known. So it seems there
uatibi of t KaIlahbar by the British has become a', are two sides to every question, and we live and
question of the gravest importance. The avowed learn. When doctors or men of science differ, who
intention of the Government to give the place over I shall decide f only I like very much to hear of ex-
into the hands of a native ruler is still supported by periments actually been tried, even on a small scale.
Liberal, organs of opinion, who profess to see no A pennyworth of practice is often better than a
danger from Russian encroachments on the north- bushel of theory.-London Correspondence.
wee. The argument for a retention of the city and The Standard's Paris correspondent has had an
Previilee has received new force from the publica- interview with Stephens, the Fenian Head Centre,
tion of the despatches between the Russians and the who says he arrived at Paris in December; did not
Ameer, Shere All, in 1878, revealing the full extent come to join Parnell and never saw him, and declar.-
of the intrigues which furnished the pretext for the es the Fenians do not approve of acts of crime.
British invasion of Afghanistan. The tone of those -
despatches is unmistakably hostile to British inter- r. C O N Y E R S
esia Asia. Lord Napier of Magdala advocates
the annexation of Kandahar; other authorities scarce- ( T .
ly less eminent suggest the establishment of a per- WHOLESALE & R TAIL
manent garrison. .The Government, meanwhile, g
declares that the full knowledge of the extent of f @ Q S X A
Riu~si'njnfluence in Kabul in 1878 does not alter its
decision to retire from Kandahar in the Spring. A AN) DE LEIt IN
The present Ministry, indeed, are the only parties T ae to e S g areS
to the question who make any account of the rights easr
ofthe Afghans, the unfortunate people who stand AND
bstwen"'these mighty opposites." English and American Goods,

Mr. W. Lehman-Ashmead-Bartlett, who has be. No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
come the husband of the Baroness Burdett-Coutts, October 26th, 180.--6m
is descended from one of the oldest families in Ame- *
rica, and even in English eyes would be considered i heodore Outerbridmre
beyond the Baroness in birth. On his mother's side
he .comes directly from Dr. Benjamin Ruh, one of! D. V. S.,
the signeta of the Declal'ation of Independence. One 0
of his ancestors wan Theoderic Philip Lehman, V &T 1 INARY X SUR 0 ,

secretary to William Penn, who wrote the celebrated
letter to the Indians of Canada, June 23, 1692, the Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
original of which hangs in the Capitol at Harrisburg, 1 adjoining Arwy Pay Office.
Pa. His grandfather, Dr. George Lehman, was an Offie Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
enujneat surgeon of the Revolutionary army, serving
with Washington at Perth Amboy, Valley Forge, Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
&e. Mr. Bartlett was not indebted to the Baroness TUESDAYS AND FRID YS.
inany pecuniary sense. Mr. Ellis Bartlett, his O Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
father, spent his life in literary pursuits. Hamilton, November 8, 1880.

Victoria of Holstein Augustenburg, and her sister S. 1 u r t o n ,
Princess Caroline Matilda, who are on a visit to r M i i
Ptnace and Princess Christian, at Cumberland Ptofossor of MUSIC and Singing,
Lodge, Windsor Great Park, will, it is expected, from London,
take their departure from England on Tuesday Private Lessons ome or upils' l
next, and will be accompanied to Berlin-by their Private Lessons at her Home or Pupils' I esi-
uncle, Prince Christian. The marriage cf tlb dances.
Princess Victoria and Prince Wilhelm of Prussia, Terms lModerate.
is fixed to take place on the 27th proximo. Prln- Special arrangements to Schools and Families.
ceps Cbristian will leave Cumberland Lodge on Soirees and Evening Parties attended as
Thursday for Osborne House, on a visit to Her Pianiste.
Majesty the Queqn, at the conclusion of which she For Terms &c., address or apply to IRS
will take her departure lor Germany, to join Prince Norms, &c., addth Shorepply to MS.
Christian, and to be present at the Royal Wedding. I1UltT N, North Shore.
-Londois Times. December 7th, 1880.--3m



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TORONTO, April 20, 1880.
Dr. rk Johnso n an Inv ate
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TORONTO, April 21st, 1880.
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ON or about the 3rd November last TWO
STENTS were Removed from the SHELLT
BAY RACE CouRas:. Any Person or Persons
whd may give such information as will lead to
the Recovery of the same will be Suitably Re.-
l Hamilton, Jany. 3rd, 18~l.


United States .Mfail Steamers.


TH E H O U SE Feb.22, at 11 *30a.m.
lately owned by J. E. Evans, ARIZONA sail Tuesday March 1, at 6 a.m
Esqr. Apply during the current week to WISCONSN ail Tuea.sdm.ay Mar. 8, at I'30
A. R. THOMPSON. ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday March 22, at 10-30
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881,. a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday March 29, at 5 a.m.
IS.- ,Pf -,, 9 /.-7 ARIZONA sails Tnesday April 5, at 10 a.m,.
St[/'. GV"or g { S./ The above Steamers are built expressly for
MAR ST S .&QUAI the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
St. George's, Bermuda. carry experienced Officers, Surgeonsand Stew-
S ** ardlesses. The Saloon Accommodations are iae.
J. Keaaell gPrp ie.fe .. *,, surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and tim
y, Op, State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Ladies and entle- .... G *. Saloon, thus securing that, great comfort in
wil finn i Gentlemen visiting St. George's ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel. Smoking Room,- Bath Room and Piano on
I)ecember 20, 1880-4m. each Steamer.
A CA R DThe US. Mail Steamer Bermuda' from er-
A CA R.R D muds, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail.
Tr'HE Undersigned respectfully directs the ing next day.

ittenton of the ME'; CltUANTS OFU
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has cen connected with the IoI use of
H. K. d 3. P Thurber & Co,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of 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 i-
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Producta and Gro- !
series generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the as-,tir-
ance that they will receive all the advnamages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thumt'-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no ,
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit ,
and will be appreciated by
With H. K. & F. It. TIIURBIRER & CO.

IDeeember 21, ISSO.-12mn

New York City.


Direct JMcnthly Steam Communi-

29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Feby. 10, 1880.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept consiatly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade love.
ment not ii Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &e.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gol Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, lHamilton, .
Deer 16, 1878.

cation between ,liIM L'S CtOICI PERIU.
Bermuda&London Mp Y..
-__ IM tIEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a plespat
TRA llEIS leave London the last Thursday la tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toit as4
in avh montnth, aas ursay t, reviving scent and a powerful d(sipf'taa g
in ech month. For warm climates it isinvaluable.
chants, London, execute indents fir every des- WATER.
eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam. RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAUI DR
Ilighest Market Rates secured for eonsigu- RIMMEL'S MUCI1 IMPROVED FLORI A
menti of Bermuda Produce. o WATER*
For Freight, Passage, and all information, RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
Apply to grant Perfuants. .
R. P. A TKINS & CO., gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imipatal as
Agents for Steamers, Hamilton. agreeable coolness to the head. LYC"
Swho wish t hvALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and other
the Toilet So in bars or cakes.
Kitchen Utensil., Bath Tuha, Windows, RIMMEL'S VELNETJNE, VIOLET, RtCE
Brass Work, and Wood- \W'ok, clean and ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDEI:, itn
Bright boxes, barrels and Dp4ekets. ;-
Should use the Scouring, Clean- RIM NMELeS AeADENTNE c hite
ould and preserves the teelh, rerreshes the 4o6th, aod
ingandPolishing sweetens the breath.
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which' diffuesi
SS W the healthy and refreshing emanations of ihe Pite
Piti nOF TEKITTCHEN. and Eucalyptus Forests. ,
PI) OF Tr iE KITC HEN." E. RIM MMEL, Perfumer by appointment to I!.)
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap I. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, Londbn, antdR
II. K. & F. B. THUftBER & CO. Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
Proprietors. May 27, 1879.

fee! Icel! Icel11

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays exqj.pted)
F'ron their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in HIamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
I'The price is one penny per pound- for 12 lbs
land upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
ilamilton, March24th, 1879.
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 Mar.ufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PuRa and WHbLM-
SOuM goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tislaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
S H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Importers, Manufacturers, and in Dealers Food
W Products.


A New Cedar DRAY,
with Patent Axle.

Apply to

Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881

F. W.' Ivof3smM.''B

SdLj.Af.TN..K.-M-RC[H, 188.

S Sun. Tide. REMARKS.

g r nis. sets.:

8 tu 6 17 6 3 8 I 54 [11, 12,
9 We 6 15 6 4 9 2 42 Ember Days, 9
10 Th 6 14 6 410 3 30
It Fri 6 13 6 511 4 18
12 Sat 6.10 6 6 12 5 6
13 & 6 10 6 6 1,3 5542ndin.LeM.
14 Mo 6 9 6 7 14 6 42

'IIe BERMUDA ROTAL GAzu'rT4 is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M 'PHE Lu,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellet
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Strvets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, Sc., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Apnte
at Si. Georges for the Royal GasUl,
Messrs. GEOROB BOYLE & SON, WeAt Eaq
Water Street,





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