BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
Wo. 13.-Vol. lVZ. STATE SUr.iA VIeS ANTIQUAS. 24s per Ann
Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .Mlarchs 9, IS.
IIII d ~ la B I
The: Late Emperor of Russia.. cess of Hesse, by whom he has had a large family.
The eldest of the Princes, Nicholas, the late Czare.
(Ncoai...ich,) Er. ad Ato witch, born September 20, 1843, died, prematurely,
Alexander 11 (Nicolaivib,)Emperor and Ato at Nice, in April, 1865. Alexander, the present
rat of All the ussias, who succeeded on he death crown prince, born March 10, 1845, married Nov.
of hio father, Nicholas I, March 2, 1855, was born 1866, the Princess Marie Sophia Frederique
April 29, 1818, in the reign of his uncle, Alexander D 8mar, of Denmark.
I. The first seven years of his life were hardly agmar, of Denmark.
completed when the death of Alexander I. and the
renunciation of his rights by his brother Constantine, '1'O r r d h p
led to the. elevation of his father, Nicholas, to the OWeTS and Ship-
throne, to which the young prince became heir er rmu Prd
apparent. For a moment, however, his own destiny pers Of Bernuda Produce.
and that of his house trembled in the balance, as a
widely-spread defection, which was only quenched iV S. JU D G E,
by torrents of blood, exhibited itself in the garrisons
of the capital. The resolute spirit of Nicholas I With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,
overawed the rebellious regiments, and from that Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
day (December 26, 1835,) he ruled over a nation of .1R r.1
slaves. The whole tenor of the young prince's life B E R I U D A P R 0o D U C I
was altered, the gentle sway of his mother, the 42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier,
daughter of Frederick III. of Prussia, having been 42 & 43 esey Street Pier
changed for the discipline of military governors and West Washington Market.
tutors. The substitution of the stern regimen of the AS the Season for Shipping all kinds of BER-
barrack, room for the tnore genial influence of do- A MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
mestic life proved so irksome to the future Czar at hand, we again take the liberty of placing
possibthat he enfriodanchised soughimself from it atnd the Soearliest our services at your disposal for the tale of any
of the female members of his mothers family the consignments you may make to this market.
softening influence of intellectual culture and taste. Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
This predilection for civil rather than military life (;5) years is one of the best in our market and
was opposed to all the traditions of the Russian it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
court. Gloomy forebodings prevailed respecting the shippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
prospects of the Crown Prince, whose succession, it by enabling us to make prompt returns with
was feared, might possibly be disputed by the old net proceeds.
Muscovite party. Their half-barbarous, half sol- We are sure after you have given us a trial I
dierly predilections found a more suitable object in you will be satisfied with our dealings and will
Nicholas' second son, the Grand Duke Constantine, be only too anxious to continue shipping to us
and such an amount of antipathy and distrust grew al y o o +t onpp.
tUp between the two brothers in consequence of this a through the season.
preference, as to become the subject of general re- Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
mark, and even of quarrels. On one occasion, Con- who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
stantine, who was Admiral of the fleet, carried his happ y f rnish you with STEmNCILS on ap-
animosity so far as to put his brother under arrest, appy to fu yo h N on ap-
an act of tyranny which Nicholas I. reproved by plication, and give you all the necessary infor-
subjecting Constantine to the same punishment. nation you require. Any time you write us
Nicholas I. looked with so much apprehension at the about markets, business prospects, etc., we will
growing differences between his two children that give you all the information in our power.
in 1843, upon the birth of Alexander's first child, he Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
required Constantine to make an oath of fidelity to and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
the heir to the throne. Again, in his last illness, he you soon, and thanking you for past favors,
summoned his children to his dying couch, and on and hoping you will still continue entrusting
making over to Alexander the Imperial throne ob- us with your confidence, we are,
trained from both a solemn promise to remain for
ever closely united, in order to secure the peace and Yours Respectfully,
happiness of their common country. The Czare- O'CONNOR & JUDGE.
witch on this occasion, in the presence of the Minis- New York, March 1st, 1881.
ters and the Estates, declared his intention to enter
on the Government of the Empire, and was immedi IIAMITON, BERMDui
ately proclaimed Emperor as Alexander II. The I1 A M1 TON, B ERM l) 4,
same afternoon the Estates of the Empire, and the MARCH 8TH, 1881.
military stations in St. Petersburg, did homage; H II. JO I W IBv i i
and at a Council held under the presidency of thel. 1
new Emperor it was resolved not in any way to in.- HO has this day purchased my STOCK-
terrupt the course of the war with the Allied Powers IN-TRA DE and occupies my Shop,
in which Russia was engaged. Alexander's first 14 Queen Street, Hamilton, has served with me
act was to issue a manifesto to the nation, notifying his apprenticeship, and worked several years as
his accession and declaring in general terms his in-
tention toupholdthegloryof the Empire as it had Jouineyian. I highly recommend him as a
been upheld by Peter, Catherine, Alexander 1. and good P'ainter, and believe hle will give general
Nicholas I. He at the same time summoned Gene. satisfaction to all who may favor him with their
ral Rudiger, from Warsaw, and conferred upon him Paintinig.
the command of the Imperial Guards, until then J. F. EVA NS.
held by himself; renewed the powers of plenipoten-
tiaries at Vienna, and through them announced his
adherence to the declarations made by Prince MR R I J E DiE'. I
Gortschakoff on behalf of his late father. On the I '. S D
return of peace one of the first steps taken by Alex- Having' made arrangements will)h GKOIGE,
ntider II. in the direction of reform, was the reduc- C A M I'B l IHI, West ashington Al market, New
tHon of the army to the lowest limits. compatible York, will be glad to forward
with the dignity sand safety of the Empire. Vigorous
efforts were made to place the national finances on '_ ) .
a firmer basis, and to promote commercial prosper-
ity. But the greatest reform of all was his emanci- To his address.
pa ion of 23,00000 human beings from the bondage The highest market rates will always be
of serfdom, and an Imperial ukase proclaimed the propte et arke. rtes i iAT lway be
liberation of the serfs, on certain conditions, March promptly returned. stenil PLATES may be
3, 1861. A period of two years was assigned for the had on application to
settlement- of terms, with regard to the quantity of II. H. DUERDEN.
land .tb be ceded, and the rent, labor or purchase March 7md, 1881 .-3*
money to be paid .for it. In February, 1864, the
same boon was conferred upon Polish serfs, with a
view to weaken the influence of the Polish nobility, A 0 7O ICE
who owned the greater part of the land, and were
consequenty all powerful. Whether this reform TO FARMJ ERS 4. OTHERS.
will have any effect in inducing the Poles to submit
quietly to Russian rule remains to be seen. At -f illE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared as
present their national spirit seems crushed by the usual to forward Consignments of
. total failure of their late attempt to achieve ifide- J0 M
.pendence. As regards education great efforts are z 4i *1i_
being made by the Emperor to place the State W U
Colleges on a level with the best educational institu- TO
tions in Europe. A still more notable reform, how-
exer, is the inauguration of elective representative Z.,B- T. ". BOa & 00,a
assemblies in the Provinces. The first of these met And 185 Reade Street, New Yorl.
in 1865, and it was anticipated that this tentativerder e sent forward by next Sea
measure would pave the way for the introduction of Order will be sent forward by next Steam
the National Representative Assembly. The prin- er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
cipal war entered into of late years by Russia was to meet the requirements of the law. Parties
tha. undertaken in Turkestan against the Ameer of desiring same will please inform me on or before I
Bokara in November, 1866. After a resistance of a WEDNESDAY, 16th instant.
a year and a half the Ameer was conquered, his Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
army dispersed, and the city of Samarcand occupied Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
by the Russian troops. (May 1868.) In March 1867 charge.
the Czar sold the whole of Russian America to the
United IStates for 1,400,000. When Paris was AL OJNZO PENIS TO.N.
being besieged by the Germans the Czar declared March 8th, 1881.-tf
that he no longer considered himself bound by those
provisions of the treaty of 1856. which limited his J.
rights in the Black Sea. This ledto the conference VV. H VVatil gtO L ,
held in London in the commencement of the year D
1871, when the parties to the treaty consented to its DEALER IN
modification in compliance with the wishes of the f1
Czar. It has been the constant policy of thf res- Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
*et Czar to strengthen the influence of the C urch BOOT'S A'D SHOES,
of which he is the head. The result has been the
persecution of all other religious bodies and especially HATS' SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &c., &c.,
of'the Catholic Church, the bishops.of the communion Reid Street, near Queen's,
having been forbidden to hold any communication Hmt,
with the Holy See. Two attempts have been made Hamilton, Bermuda.
on the Czar's life; the first on April 16, 1866, when Feby. 15, 1881.
he was fired at while entering his carriage at St.
Petersburg. The pistol, however, was turned aside l [ ale,
by a workman named Dimitri Korakosow who was O a l.,,
afterwards ennobled for the act. The second at- O R
tempt was made at Paris, June 6, 1867, by Bere- ... r A 1 I
zowskt, a Pole, who fired into the carriage in which I i
the Czar was seated with his two sons and the Dog CA II'T and H A I-
'Emperor Napoleon. Both sovereigns escaped un-
hurt, but the horse of one of the equerries was N E SS,
Sounded. The assassin was about to fire another The Property of Deputy Surgeon General T.
shot when the barrel of the pistol burst a nd rendered of Dety ureo General T.
his hand powerless. The Emperor Alexander 1T O'IFARY, to whom application may Le made.
married April 98,1841, Maria Alexandrovna, Prin. March 22, 1881, M
UL IU U O L./f T 0 7'
B Y recent In"structions from the Ma'rine
Boards of Underwviters of New York, '1 ,'I"
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., am notified that in To the Con
accordance with the P'olicies of Isurance now :V/Zf,- .'
issued, it is imperative that all Itils and Con-
tracts for the repairss and expenses on Vessels NE W
and Cargoes arriving at these Is'ands under Will please call upon tl
disaster must be examined *,nd approved by me render them every facial
as to quantities, prices, &e.,; and 1 hereby give A [
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly. February 22, 1881.-tf
W. C. HYLAND, o.-- D.
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters I'OWll (
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, 1
Baltimore, New Orlea.ns, &c. rO
St. George's, B3ermuda, 14th Feby., 1881. WHOLESALE
Notice to Farmers and
W E hall be prepared to attend to the for-
To the Consignment of
Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
187 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all o:hfr information
please call or address
Rei4 St., Hamilton.
reuluar Z?, i t -II
Jas. A. Judge,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West,
Washington Marker, New York.
The Undersigned will give his personal attention
to the forwarding of
To the Consignment of the above-named
'T'he highest market rate,- .vill .le obtained and
Account alcs returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Sea-o:-i.
STENCIL PATES furnished.
9 West Front Street.
Hiamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3n m
Chas. P. Wood worth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
"ONSl(NMENS OF' PROi)U';E solicited
.J to above Address and Iligiest Market
Rates guaranteed. Sales p id in HBcrnudi or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PROl)DUCE as usal during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCI 1, PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
rH-IE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MLERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has -been connected with the Hiouse of '..a
H. K. A F. B. Thurber & Co,,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturers of Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hludson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. M1NICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m
A New Cedar DRAY,
With Patent Axle.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
F. NV ,.OSSMER.
BY a Small Family in this To.vn,
Plain COOK. Wag. s 1
Apply at "Gazette" Cffice.
lareh 22nd, 181.--
DLTN & 0.,
he Utndersigned who will
ity for so doing.
.. A. MASTERS.
e Winter &,
M ERdC O ''HA N S,
And Dealers ii
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and 53 Fulton Row,
West Washington Market, New York.
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and
Agents in Bermuda,
Hei, St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
S%/E shall be prepared to furnish STENCIL
I'ILATES- to meet the requirements of
the pew Law, on return if S. S. Flamborough.'
Parties desiring same will please leave their
Ieil iSt., Hamilton.
Feby. 2V, 1881.-if
SPAIN, ITALY, DENMARK,
EGYPT, FRANCE, HOLLAND,
CANADA, ENGLAND, HELVETIA,
GREECE. THE QUEEN, ERIN.
(Subject to Change.)
From Liverpool. To Liverpool.
England, Wed. March. 2 Sat., Mar. 19, 7-30 a.m.
Helvetia, 9 26, 2 p.m.
Spain, 16 April 2, 7-30 a.m.
Italy, 23 9, 1-30 p.m.
Erin, 30 16, 6-30 a.m.
England, Apl. 6 23, 1 p.m.
Helvetia, 13 30, 6 a.m.
Spain, 20 May 7, 11-30 a.m.
Italy, '27 14, 5 a.m.
Erin, May 4 21,11-30 a.m.
From London. To London.
Greece, Wed. Mar. 2 Wed. Mar. 23, 11*30 am
*Holland, Sat. Mar. 19 Thurs. Ap. 7, 11-30a.m.
Canada, Wed. 23 Wed. Ap. 13, 3 p.m.
*Denmark,Wed. 30 20, 10 a.m.
Greece, We;,. April 13 May 4, 930 a.m.
'The Steamers Holland and Denmark will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To Londou direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
$100 to $1iO London.
Steerage passage $2Tf.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Olfices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway,
F. W. J. nHURST,
New York, 3rd .,arch, 1881.
L 0 8 T,
A GOLD ARROW,
A Goodth About 5 inches long.
a Month. Whoever will bring the same to MR. CHIOD'S
Store, Front Street, will be rewarded.
March l5, 1881.
Alteration of Mail Route
HAMILTON AND ST. GEORGE'S.
HAMILTON, 19TH MARCH, 1881.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on,,ad
after the 1st of April, the Mail Coac mro'
Hamilton to St. George's will leave Hafnilton
every morning and travel by the Northt Road,
calling at the Receiving Houses of Devohshire,
Flatts, Crawl, Bailey's Bay and Ferry Road,
and will return from St. George's in the after-
noon by the same route.
And that the Mail Coach from St. George's
to Hamilton will leave St. George's every
morning and travel by the South Road, call-
ing at the Receiving Houses of Ferry Road,
Hamilton Parish (Wilkinson's), Harrington
Bound, Flatts, and Smiths (Joell's), and will
return from Hamilton in the afternoon by the
By Order of Governor and Council,
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
Required for CHIPPING and PAINTING
Chambers of Floating Dock. .'
Wages 4s. per day
With Quarters on board Hulk.
Apply to Master Shipwright's Office, H. M.
Captain in Charge of Naval Establishmentes
H. M. Dockyark, 4th March, 1881.-3m
Just Received per P. S. Ceto" from London,
SijEAVVY caught Cart II \ INESSES
Carriage and Dog Cart IIARNESSES
Cart COLLARS and IIAMEIES
Carriige a.d Riding VWHIPS
Stirrup LEATII ERS GIRTIIS
STIRRUPS BITS SADDLES
-Pet S. P. Flamborough,"' from New York :
C ARRIAIGE and Buggy tlARNlES E.I
Cart lARI,\E SE8 (complete)
1iM I)LE' (COLLA IT S T'ltACoI:S
llorse Bs.ANKK 1TS and RUG'-i
C;arriagc and Ladies Lap i111iE'.S
M \'iTS in variety, &c., &e.,
Sets WHEELS HUBS SPOKES
WIlIFF' LTR FS. &e.,
And from Halifax, N. S,
2 Superior Farm
2 Good Serviceable HORSES for
Janunay 31st, 1881.
Received via NAew York,
Per FLAMBOROU4G31, on 16th inst.,
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
PROGRA MM E and other PENCI LS
Cartridge, Note, Letter and Foolscap
PAPER Tissue PAP ER
Forrel Covered Account and other BOOKS
Quill and Teell PENS PENIIOLDERS
Gray's ARITHMETIC Warne's ATLAS
Murray's, Lennie's and Juvenile GRA MMA ICS
Hall's First French Cou.se
Henry's First Latin BOOK
Webster's and Johnson's DICTIONARIES
McCulloch's Course of READING [
Carpenter's and Mavor's SPELLING, &c., &c.
Lillywhite's Cricketer's Guide
Hamilton, March 21, 1881. -
St. George's Botel,
St. George's, Bernmuda.
.1F. K'u, nelly, Proprietor.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at.this Hlotl.
December 20, 1881)-4:n.
In the Town of Hamilton.. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St. and Chancery l.anc,
Ilamni tn, Feby. 7th, 1831.
Fcby. 28, 1881.--tt"
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
; :-.:Ly BEPOST OF TIHE WEATIIER at
'!1i:.,i i ht Station i't iermnuld, between the
'"Jhi and 27th March, 1:-1 : height, above the sea
where those R(gster is kept, being 246 feet.
60 '29-420 0-~58
60 22-9,50 0-27
50 29'520 0-16
Thick, cl'dy, hazy,
Sq'ally. Bar. shows
[for a storm
Heavy gale, sq'ally
Fresh gales, hail,
GIBBS' HILL, Mai ch 28th, 1881.
MR. LTE.-DEAR SIR,-The weather for the past
week has, with very little intermission, been very
stormy; the Barometer showed signs for heavy rain,
or an approaching storm. From the 20th the wind has
been from W. S. IV. to IV. N. W., variable. On the
morning of the 23rd the Barometer fell to 28 950, with
a heavy storm of wind and rain. At noon it began to
- --waTise slowly ; since then to the present time it has been
iary unsteady, and the squalls have been attended with
Aavy gusts of wind and hail.
Samilon, March 29,
1H-lamilton, March 29, 1881.
March 22-Schr. Meteor, Dunscomb, Barbados ; su-
gar, &c.-Agent, Thomas J. Wadson.
28-Schr. Lilias, Vauderpool, Barbadoes ; sugar, &c
to Trott & Cox.
CUSTOM HOUSE ST. GEORGE.
March 24-Str. Crosby, Evans, Valencia; 1231 tons
iron ore, called for coal.-Agents W. C. Hyland &
25--Bark Eliza Barss, [follis, Now York ; 90 oxen
meal and hay to Trolt & Cox.
March 24-Str. Crcsby, Evans, lhiladelpha; inward
24-bhip Sabino, F.rmer, Port Glasgow; inward car-
26- It. Brig Candizza Lauro, Ferraro, Baltimore ; in-
ward cargo, sulphur.
B" The Eliza Barss leaves on Thursday for Neo
In the Schooner Lilias from Barbados, Mr. W. IT.
Young, of England.
Schr. Lilias, Captain Vanterpool, arrived on Sun-
day last. She left Barbados on 5th March, experi-
enced calms until she reached lat. 29, then fearful
storms from 23rd to 25th March, wind hauling and
backing between S. W. and N. VW.
The Lilias is a Bermuda built schooner, having beer
originally the Adrianna, constructed by the late J. J.
Outerbridge, Esqr., for the late Augustus Hill, Esqr.;
has successively been under British, Danish and Dutch
colours, and is now looking trim and yaahtlike.
A Schooner from New York to the address of
Mesers. Josiah T. Darrell & Co., reached Five-fathom
Hole yesterday. No communication with her.
H. M. Ships Druid and Fantome are expected short-
ly from the West Indies.
H. M. S. Grffon is about to leave this for Jamaica.
The German Training Ship Nnymphe, Capt. Shroe-
der, 10 guns, with 130 boys and 20 seamen instructors,
arrived at Grassy Bay late on Saturday evening last,
from Havana. On the following morning the N. sa-
luted Admiral McClintock's Flag, which was returned
by the Northampton.
The NV. in coming up to Grassy Bay grounded on the
Elbow Patch, but got off after about three-fourths of
an hour. She experienced bad weather on the way up,
losing two boats.
During the severe gale on Wednesday last the
Hull of the stranded ship Nonquam Dormio" was
completely broken up and carried away by the sea;
a considerable portion of it being driven on the ad-
jacent rocks; not a vestage is now remaining of
the unfortunate ship.
YACHT NAMELESS SAFE.-Much uneasiness was
felt on Wednesday and Thursdey last repeating
the safety of the Yacht Nameless. This little
yacht left Hamilton Harbour on Tuesday evening
last bound for Somerset, in charge of Pilot Benja-
min Simmons, who was accompanied only by a
female-the wind at the time being moderate.
It soon, however, began to blow fiercely, and night
coming on he was obliged to come to anchor. His
moorings, however, being insufficient, the Yacht
dragged, till she came in contact with the shoals
near the Hogfish Beacon. Simmons, after consider-
able difficulty, managed to get the Nameless clear,
and stood over to the opposite side of the shoal where
he brought his yacht to with two pigs of iron ballast
of 112 lbs. each, instead of a kedge. After a time,
his position became very perilous-the wind first
going to the East and then backing to the N.W.,
from which quarter it blew a perfect gale. Sim-
mons found his only safety was in running for St.
Geos go's, which place lie fortunately reached at
5.30 on Wednesday morning his boat being half
full of water. The Pilot speaks in praise of the
excellent qualities of the Nameless.
THE WEATHER.-Throughout the month ofMarch
the range of the Barometer has been unusually
low, notably on the 2nd, 6th, 14th and 23rd, being
1 west on the last mentioned day, and being lower
on that day than in the cyclone of 30th and 31st
August, 1880-but not so low as !on the 28th De-
cember, 1877, when the range for one day only was
010 or 012 lower. In March, 1880, there was no
rain (or but little) on 26 days of the 31; in 1879,
there were 21 fine days and about the same in 1878
the greater portion of which were distinguished as
calm, so much do the seasons vary.
ST. GEORGE'S NEW CHURCH.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEAR SiE,--The Building Committee think that
it will interest the|Publiocto know that the Building
of the new Parish Church was recommended on the
7th February, and has been in daily progress since.
The first instalment of the Legislative grant,
300, has been received, also subscriptions from
Late Augustus Hill per W. Whitney, Esqr., 6,
J. T. Nugent (one third) 16 13/4.
These amounts will be expended in the course
of the ensuing six weeks.
The Committee trust that those who have sub-
scribed, or intend doing so, will pay in their amounts
at their earliest convenience, so that the work may
not be stopped for want of funds. Every care is
being taken that the work is carried on with due
regard to stability and economy, and that it shall
be creditable to our Town and Colony.
W. R. HIGINBOTHAM,
St. George's, March 26, 1881.
The Royal Mail Steamer "Alpha" for Halifax
s due to-day from Jamaica.
PEMBROKE PARISH CHURCH.
The Sexton, Mr. flaucds, on opening the Church,
on Sunday last for morning service, observed that
the Memorial Windows in the Apse were broken.
His family left the Church at noon on Saturday
from cleaning up, when every thing was in order.
lie at once made the fact known to the Rector andt
Church Wardens. As the congregation arrived
many of them observed the fractures, which were
evidently caused by large stones forcibly thrown
against the strong protecting wire screens which
were bent in together with several of the 3-8ths inch
iron rods to which the stained glass was fastened.
The greatest damage is to the centre window (Dill
Memorial) in three lights, almost the whole of which
will have to be restored. The damage to the side
windows is much less. The Lightbourn Memorial
the lower, portion of one light, and the Fetid Memo-
rial the lower portions of the two lights. Mr.
Hallett was yesterday engaged removing the
broken sections for the present replaced by the-
former plain quarries.
A woman of colour, named Susanna Raynor, was
yesterday brought before the Police Magistrate at
Hamilton, the Worshipful M. A. M. Frith, on sus-
picion ofbeing the perpetrator, while laboring under
a temporary fit of insanity. The community would
experience a feeling of relief, could this outrage be
traced to the act of a person for the time being not
responsible for any action.
DEVONSHIRE PARISH CHURCH.-Wo were pleased
to observe on Friday last several men at work on
the grounds of the new Church, putting down turf.
The green sward will be a great addition to the
surroundings of the sacred edifice. Its construction
is an evidence of the active spirit which prevails
in the Parish.
The Census of these Islands is nos about being
taken and it is important that all concerned should
do their duty in complying with the requirements
of the forms which have been distributed. The
objects subserved by the decennial Census are many
and fraught with the highest benefits to the com-
munity at large. Statistics relating to the people
are taken solely in their immediate interest, and
used for their advancement and improvement, and
it is therefore of some consequence that the returns
should be as accurate as possible. Tables of life
Insurance, Sanitary provisions, Political and social
questions hang on the Statist's Tables carefully de-
duced from the Census Papers, which embody the
details of practical life. The Machinery devised
for the purpose of taking the Census of Bermuda
is efficient, and we hope, as indeed we feel, that all
the labours of the Staff employed will result favor.
ably for the satisfactory production of the Sum-
mary Tables which will give the grand result and
afford some index of what ten years have done for
From New York and Europe.
Captain Hollis, of the Barque Eliza Pares, has
kindly handed us some New York papers, from
which we glean much interesting matter for to-
The Bares left New York on the morning of yes-
terday week. Had a very quick run of 4 days,
and, as usual, brought a full load of cattle In prime
AnxY SUPPLIES.-In the House of Commons on
the night of the 17th inst., in Committee of Supply,
the vote for 134,000 men for the army for the
forthcoming year was agreed tot
Tihe Navy estimates introduced in the House of
Commons March 18, show that the Ajar, Agamem-
non and Polyphemus, second class ironclad, will
be completed within the year; the Inflexible, first
class ironclad, will be commissioned in July. A
fourth fast cruiser of the Leander type (double
screw, second class, steel armor), will be added to
the three begun last year. A new fighting cruiser
will be commenced which will combine the Lean-
der's speed with guns of greater power than those
of the Thunderer and Devastation. A beginning
will be made in arming the Navy with breech-
loaders instead of muzzle-loaders.
HOW ST. PATRICK'S DAY WAS CELEBRA.
TED AT ALDERSHOT.
LONDON, March 17.-A serious riot occurred this
afternoon at Aldershot. Soon after 5 o'clock a
large number of soldiers belonging to the Eigh-
teenth Royal Irish, together with Irishmen belong-
ing to other corps, commenced a disturbance in.
Short street, a disreputable place. They shouted
In loud tones, "Hurrah for Old Ireland l" and
other cries, and flourished knobsticks. They were
soon joined by large numbers. It being too early
for the night pickets the few day provosts tried to
secure sowe of the leading rioters, but utterly fail-
ed. The provosts were driven from one end of the
street to the other by the Irishmen, who armed
themselves with sticks. The roads being newly
laid with gravel the rioters bad plenty of ammuni-
tion. The shouting was heard all over the town.
Mounted police galloped to the camp, and the au-
thorities ordered the assembly to be sounded in the
first and second brigades. They fell in and were
immediately marched into town. With fixed
bayonets they attacked the rioters. Heads were
broken and windows smashed. The Provost Mar-
shal and field officers of the day were on the spot.
Every public house and dancing saloon was cleared
and the rioters were taken prisoners in great num-
bers. The provosts were badly treated. Some of
the prisoners were rescued. The town was In an up.
roar. All the shops were closed. The riot lasted
nearly three hours. It is attributed to drunken-
ness arising from a too free celebration of St. Pat-
We have received in pamphlet form the Speech rick's Day.
of the Hon. Mr. Kaulbach delivered in the Senate
at Ottawa, February 8th, 1881, on the second read. ANOTHER.GUY FAWKES PLOT.
ing of the Bill to incorporate the Canada Pacific ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP THE MANSION
Railway Company. ;The Senator, on a subject HOUSE IN LONDON.
which has occupied the attention of the Parliament LODO, March 17.An attempt to blow up the
of Canada for the last ten years, takes high ground, LoNDoN, March 17.-An attempt to blow up the
of Canada for the lastten years, takeshig-rah route to Mansion House was made last night and caused no
and urges the construction of an all-rail route to little excitement. A box containing forty pounds
the Pacific, and all through British territory, to of compressed gunpowder was placed in a passage
keep faith with British Columbia, to hold the Pro- at the east side of the building. The powder was
vinces of the Dominion in compact union, and to wt the eathis de of the buldng The powder was
effectually maintain British connection on the weighed this morning. The box was placed in
North American Continent. Examining the vari- position at half-past eleven o'clock last night, dur-
ous schemes which have been brought forward, the ing a dense mist, without attracting attention. A
Senator contrasts them with the existing contract constable passing a little later saw something burn-
between the Government and the Syndicate, and ing on the sill of one of the windows facing George
especially institutes a comparison between the street. With great presence of mind be immedi-
adopted contract and that which was originated lately pulled the burning stuff away, threw it upon
after the terms were made known. The Govern- the ground and extinguishedlit with his foot.
ment opponents would bind themselves only to The Contents of the Box.-He was then surprised
construct the Prairie section. The present Syn- to find that the burning stuff had been attached to
dicate offer," remarks Mr. Kaulbach, would be a heavy box which lay on the window sill in the
$36,000,000 less than the Allan contract of 1872, passage. The sides of the box were found stuffed
$83,627,500 less than the Liberal Government with fragments of an old carpet bag, brown paper
provided in 1874, including branch subsidies, and Irish newspapers. The fuse ran from the
and f97,000,000 less than the proposal unani- centre of the powder through a hole in the side of
mously voted by Parliament in 1879, when 100,000- the box to the outside, where the fire was first seen
000 acres of land were offered for the purpose of by the Officer. Timely discovered prevented an
building the railway." explosion of a very serious character, although the
east side of the Mansion House is of an unusually
ST. GEORGE's, BERMUDA, March 22, 1881. substantial character. The Lord Mayor and his
D. M'Phee Lee, Esqr., family were sleeping in the Mansion House last
Dear Sir,-When men have pluck to risk their night. His Lordship was not acquainted with the
lives to save their fellow men from destruction I discovery until an early hour this morning. A
then deem it no more than right that justice should large number of men were at work digging up the
be rendered them for volunteering their services. : roadway on the west side of the Mansion House all
On Tuesday last, as everybody knows, there was night. The police assert that the explosion was in-
a tremendous gale of wind and several vessels an- tended for the Mayor, for voting for coercion. This,
chored in Murray's Anchorage having as much as however,.is merely an assumption at present.
they could attend to, to avoid going on shore. LATER.
The Wrecking Schooner "Mystery," owned by LoNDOn, March 18.-Great precautions have
Mr. Pitts, was engaged in saving the loose cotton been taken for the safety of the Houses of Parlia-
in the hold of the stranded ship 1 Nonqua meant since the discovery of the plot to blow up the
mic," unfortunately they delayed making secure
harbour of refuge. The "Mystery"maing was driven on Mansion House. The police in and around the
shore opposite the Coot Pond Cury" was driven on buildings have been reinforced and the cellars ex-
shore opposite the Coot Pond Current. Nine men amined. The Standard says that two American
were on board using every endeavour to save the newspapers were found with the powder box dis-
vessel. She beached close to the rocks. The sea covered near the Mansion House. The Corpora -
was making a complete breach over her, filling the covered near the Manason House. The Corpora.
hold through the hatchway. There was no possi-. tion of London has offered 100 reward for the
ble chance for a boat approaching to take the crew discovery of the perpetrators of the crime. Addi.
off and their fate appeared to be desperate. The tional police force has been stationed at the Man-
only connection with the shore was a solitary rope. sion House, the Bank of England and other impor-
Down came, amongst a large number of spectators, tantbuildings. j
some men of the 17th Brigade, Royal Artillery,T
and as it appeared intuitively appreciating the THEFUNERAL OF THE CZAR-LAST HON.
dangerous condition of those on board rushed off ORS TO THE BODY OF THE NIHILISTS'
to Fort Catherine and returned with ropes and pul- VICTIM.
leys and all necessary adjuncts. Corporal Enser LONDON, March 19.-A St. Petersburg dispatch
jumped overboard with the end of a rope, attached says: *1 The Czar's funeral procession today will
it to the Island opposite, and Gunners Allen, Cur- be divided into 13 sections. Seventy-five orders t
ling and Reardon followed. These men all sta- and decorations and nine imperial crowns will be
tioned themselves on a rock in proximity with the carried before the funeral car. The route of the
Schooner, with a tremendous sea breaking over the procession passes along the English
them, rigged a boatswain's chair on the rope which quay, over the Nicholas bridge, through the Is-
had been sent on shore from the vessel, and success- land of Vasili, over another bridge across the Nevas
fully landed every one of the crew, comprising nine and then on to the Petropaulovsky Fortress."
men, and at the risk of their own lives, as the sea ST. PETERSBURG, March 19.--The removal of the
was breaking in frightful masses of spray and foam body of the late zar to the Cathedral in the Peter
over them in an insecure resting place. and Paul Fortress to-day was conducted with a
It was a plucky and hazardous undertaking, and great pomp. The following was the order of the
the men engaged in it, as every spectator observed, procession : The late Emperor's horses; then
deserved great credit for their noble efforts to save functionaries bearing his 182 Russian and foreign
the lives of those on board the stranded vessel; and decorations and others bearing his nine crowns, the ht
many remarks were made that these are the chaps last of the number being the imperial crown of I
for Gunners in Her Majesty's Royal Artillery. Russia. Following these came the clergy dressed s
AN EYE WITNESS in black velvet, embroidered with silver. Next I
A Brass Button was picked up near Buildin came the funeral car, which was richly ornamented I
A Bs s a picked upn i with gold, and drawned by eight horses, the four
Bay, north side of St. George's, on 28th ultimo, by oldest General's in the army holding the corners of v
Mr. Thomas B. Jennings, having a tobacco tree the pall. Immediately behind the car walked the
engraved on the centre, and around it the words- Emperor. Then came the Grand Dukes, Ministers,
"Newport-Love, Loyalty, King's Government, and foreign Princes on horseback; the Grenadiers, e
1609." and carriages with the Empress and her children, t
[A Captain "Newport" was with Sir Thomas and Grand Duchesses.er childre
Gates and Sir George Somers when shipwrecked (
here in 1609.] ALEXANDER III.
fil9 T AL XN sR Ii II *r 3 -
The Canard Steamer Persia used to consume 6
7-10ths pounds coal per hour per horse power, and
though 2,000 tons could only take 250 tons freight,
steaming 13 knots. The Arizona [steaming 16j
knots about double the size of the Persia consumes
only 1I pounds coal per hour per horse power, thus
burning but 1-5th of a ton of coal for each ton of
goods carried across the Atlantic, instead of 61
tons burned by the Persia. An exhibition was
given recently in Jersey City of a new fuel
combination of crude petroleum and dry steam,
the results are of importance. Four Dollars
instead of Twenty-five Dollars as now with coal,
would pay the expenses of a locomotive using
this fuel between New York and Philadelphia.
rr i s tPolictcy oe uoncliatory or Repressive 7
LONDON, March 15.-The Paris correspondent
of the Times says:-" The new Emperor of Russia
is almost entirely ignorant of affairs of state. He
will probably speedily set aside his father's advi-
sers. Privy Councillor Pobedonossew would bring
with him bias and narrowness, such as would not
allay the internal or foreign disquietude. As to
the domestic policy neither the Czar's personal
capacity, nor his friends and advisers, nor the cir-
cumstances of his accession, warrant the expecta-
tion of his inaugurating a more conciliatory or lib.
eral course. All the indications are that he swill
adopt repression. The Czar is said to be anti-
German, but this is a vague expression. Greece
was under an erroneous impression in his ruling,
he having disregarded the authority of the Chair
n connection with his (Mr. O'Donnell's) recent
suspension. Mr. Parnell had arranged to go to
Ireland to-day to attend a public land meeting at
Enniskillen, but in view of the prospect of a lively
debate on Mr. O'Donnell's motion, he probably
sill not go.
The vessel which was boarded by Customs offi.
ers at Leith yesterday, and in which was discover-
d a box containing several thousand cartridges, is
he British bark Peruana, Capt. Erikson, from New
)rleans Jan. 6, by way of Queenstown, for Leith.
The Captain gives a satisfactory account of his pos-
ession of the cartridges.
A NIHILIST MINE.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 16.-The authorities
rere informed that a mine had been laid in a small
street which enters the Newsky Prospect, nearly
opposite the Annitchkoff Palace, the residence cf.
he new Emperor. A detachment of sappers ac-
ordingly began an exploration from a small shop,
he owner of which disappeared three days ago. The
street was barricaded at both ends to prevent the
public from approaching. -The sappers, on opening
p the ground and searching the cellars, discovered
mine in the above mentioned shop. The mouth
f the mine was in the shop keeper's dwelling room,
concealed under an ottoman, The mine passes
has now unquestionably a zealous champion in the
Empress of Russia. Her first effort will be direct-
ed toward a policy more favourable to GreesCe.
This might open up a prospect disquieting to Eti-
rope but for the hope that Turkey, taking note of
these new bearings, will promptly avert the danger
by making the necessary concessions." A Vienna
despatch to the Daily Telegraph says: The Prin-
case Dolgoitouki, the morganatic wife of the late
Cizar has left St. Petersburg and will not return."
The Grand Duke Vladimur was yesterday ap*
pointed to the command of the Imperial Guard and
of the Military District of St. Petersburg. Ex-
cepting a slight decline in Russian bonds, which
afterward recovered, the Stock EXchange and the
Continental bourses were not affected by the death
of the Emperor of Russia.
THROWERS OF BOMBS.
LONDON, March 17.-The revolutionary proclam.
ation discovered at Roussakoff's domicile in St.
Petersburg declares that the nihilists will continue
their work, and warns the new Emperor to beware
of his father's fate. The excavation of the mine
discovered near the residence of the new Emperor
was continued to-day. A gallery leads from the
small shop before mentioned to the middle of the
street, and there are telegraph wires along the gal-
lery. The elements for an electric battery werO
found in the shop. The mine will be flooded and
removed. The shop was taken in January last by
a peas:int named Baronege and a man and his wife
named Rozileff, who have disappeared. Suspicion
against them was aroused by the neighbours seeing
Rozileff's wife smoking cigarettes, a custom unusual
in the peasant class. A despatch from St. Peters-
burg to the Daily News says:-" A bomb Was
found in the pocket of the assassin Roussakoff. It
was made in a zinc case containing glass tubes, two
of which were filled with vitrol and two with
Bartholdy salts' indiarubber tubes with fulminating
mercury, and a box holding nitro-glycerine and
pyroxyline, the whole weighing six pounds and
three-quarters." The Times' correspondent at Ber-
lin says that an evening paper repeats the statement
that the assassination of the Czar was instigated by
the Iqernational Society, having for its watchword
"The Murder of Monarchs and Overthrow of
Governments.' The correspondent points out that
at such a time of general excitement all kinds of
rumors will arise, but it would be well to remember
the assertion of several writers of St. Petersburg
that the police, and even the Czar himself, shortly
before his death, received warnings from Geneva
and London, Michailoff is the name of the young
man who was arrested on the morning of the 15th
inst., at the house where Roussakoff obtained the
bombs. He is a peasant from the province of
Smolensk. Papers found in his possession mention
both the Cataerine Canal and Little-Gardon street
In the neighborhood of the scene of the Czar's as-
sasination Placards congratulanig the nihilists on
the assassination of the Czar have been posted in
Paris, and one arrest has been made.
LONDON, March 21.-President Brand has
arrived at Newcastle. He thinks that a war be-
tween England and the Boers would prove disas-
trous in its results for many years to come and
would have a bad effect upon the natives. He be-
lieves it is possible to settle the difficulty with-
out more fighting, and he will do his utmost to
promote peace. The statement that many citizens
of the Orange Free State have taken to the field is
untrue. President Brand has started for Mount
Prospect to consult with General Wood. From
that place he will go to the Boer camp. A despatch
to the Standard from Mount Prospect says President
Brand has arrived there. Great Britain insists upon
the withdrawal of the Boers from Laings Neck into
the Transvaal, and unless the Boers comply bostil-
ities will certainly be resumed. The News believes
the terms offered the Boers include the appoint.
ment ofGa royal commission of inquiry, the retire-
ment of the Boers to their homes and the mainte-
nance of the British garrisons in their present
FIGHTING AT PRETORTA.-The Times' Newcastle
correspondent says it is reported that the Boers
have killed or wounded three officers and 100 men
at Pretoria. The correspondent fears the report is
not without foundation, but thinks the numbers
are probably exaggerated.
DUBLIN, March 17.-The Freeman's Journal says :
-'* The subject which the Roman Catholic prelates
had before them on Tuesday was a proposal from
Rome for the appointment of a Papal Nuncio at the
Court of St. James," and adds:-"It will be with
a feeling of the most intense satisfaction that the
Irish p 'ople will learn that the prelates were unani-
mous in emphatically pronouncing against the
proposed change, and that their views have been
embodied in a most decided letter, which will be
forwarded at once to Rome."
DUBLIN, March 17.-Her Majesty's ship Valor-
ous, stationed in Galway Bay, yesterday, took a
process server and eighty policemen to the Islands
of Lettermullen and Feenish, off the Connemara
coast, to serve ejectments. The islands belong to
Mr. Blake Forster, whose tenantry in Galway and
Clare are over 5,000 in arrears. There are about
two hundred and fifty tenants on the Islands. Mr.
Forster, who is a magistrate, accompanied the ex-
LONDON, March 17.-The report from Loughrea
of disturbances having broken out in connection
with the Fleming relief expedition proves unfound-
ed. The report has no basis save the fact reported
two days ago that one of the men belonging to the
relief expedition had been accidentally shot by a
DUBLIN, March 17.-The Ladies' Land League
sent a quantity of furniture, clothing, a number of
games and a supply of shamrocks to the prisoners
in Kilmainham Jail yesterday. No further arrests
are announced to-day or yesterday.
LONDON, March 19.-In the House of Commons
on Monday, on going into Committee of Supply,
Mr. O'ionnell, (Home Rule,) member for Dungar-
van, will move that Dr. Playfair, Deputy Speaker,
to discharge cargo even from lighters, without build-
ing a breakwater, and there being no channel of any
depth to St. Georges Harbour, to lighter around
to its magnificent quays, and noble warehouses,
would be more risk than underwriters would care to
Third.-It would be unfair to the property holders
in Hamilton and St. Georges, to create another port
of entry, when those now an use can be made availa-
With regard to St. Georges, to deepen and straight-
en its entrance so as to make it available without great
risk to ships drawing much over twenty feet, would
cost more than the whole town is worth.
Grassy Bay affords a safe anchorage for ships of any
size, and the Great Sound is one of the" finest har-
bour's on this side of the Atlantic, within easy distance
of the the wharves, sheds, and warehouses of Ham-
ilton and any ship lightened to nineteen feet can with
safety pass through Timlin's Narrows.
Were the Stag Channel deepened, which a dredg-
ing machine and a little gun cotton would easily
accomplish, the enterprise of Hamilton would provide
a marine slip and tow-boat. Thus all that is require.
ed, a secure harbour easy of access to large ships, with
the facilities for discharging and repairing the same
would be secured, and Steamers which now coal from
hulks, with all the attendant delays and expense,
would be able to coal from the company's depot with-
out risk or delay. STAG CHANNEL.
March 26 1881.
under the street leading to the riding school,
whence the Ctir was returning on Sunday. Eight
mote arrests have been made, and a quantity
of explosives have beed discovered. The mine
which was uncovered by the sappers was intended
to blow up the imperial carriage in case Sunday's
attempt failed. The spot where the Emperor was
Injured has been enclosed and covered with turf,
and a sentry of the old regiment of the Emperor
Paul is guarding it. The Times' dispatch from St.
Petersburg says It is stated that the owners of the
shop from which the mine was started were two
students. No explosives have as yet been un.-
barthed. Six squadrons of Infantry guard the An-
ttitchkin Palace, and detachments of infantry and/
cossacks almost surround the Winter Palace.
There is no question about Roussakoff's fate, as the
erection of a scaffold on the Smolensky Plain,
where Solovieff was executed, has already been
ANOTHER WAR CLOUD RISING IN THE
LoxjNx, March 19.--The Standard, in a leading
article, announces that it has the unpleasant duty
to state that the telegraph dispatch affirming the
acceptance by the Ambassadors of the Porte's pro-
posals is altogether inaccurate those proposals,"
the Stan&drd say,'14 are altogether Inadequate. The
cession of Crete is their only substantial feature.
We have good grounds for saying that the Ambas.
sadors will make a counter proposal that the Porte
shall cede not only Crete but Thessaly, and perhaps
a strip of Epirus. War is almost inevitable in oonse.
quenee of the indifferent attitude 4f Austria and
Germany. We have the best reasons to believe
that the powers have informally notified both
Greece and Turkey that the latter will not be per-
mitted to send ships to Greek waters."
CONSTANTINOPLI, March 19.-It is believed that
to-day's meeting of the Ambassadors and the
Ottoman- delegates has been an important one,
The delegates were furnished with detailed instruc-
tions regarding the territory the Porte is willing to
cede to Greece. Two transports are embarking
6,000 troops for Volo.
LoNDON, March 19.-The Times in an editorial
article this morning, maintains the strict accuracy
of its statement yesterday that it was intended to
complete the evacuation of Kandahar by April 15,
but that the Ameer has requested the postponement
of the evacuation until he has arranged for taking
over the city and Province.
A dispatch from Vienna says: "It is certain
that the Emperor and the Court are painfully af-
fected by the Reichberath not voting a resolution of
condolence on the death of the Car, which fact
will not strengthen Baron von Haymeii's position
The "Freiheit," the organ of the Social Demo.
crats in London, appears to-day with a wide 'red
border. Its first article is headed, At Last!"
The article begins as follows: Triumph, triumph!
One of the the most abominable tyrants is no more!,
PAIrs, March 19.-M. Rochefort sends from
Geneva the following account of an interview with
a Nihilist named Krapotkin : "He says the murder
of the Czar was fixed for four days earlier than it
was actually committed. The exiles in Geneva,
who had grown very uneasy at hearing nothing,
were wild with joy when the news of the asasslna.
tion arrived. Five men were detailed to throw
bombs. Roussakoff bad only recently joined the
Nihilists. If the second bomb had missed three
others would have been thrown before the Czar
reached the palace."
General Roberts's speech at the Mansion Iouse on
Monday gives warning of the deterioration of the
army in consequence of the changes introduced. He
said in the presence of the Minister of War and the
Commander-in-Chief that the system under which
the army now is worked is wrong, that is ruining
the army. During the Afghan war the boy regi-
ments broke down without exception. If be had
only had short-service men at Peiwar Kotal his
force would have been annihilated. He declares
that one-third of the British force in India is con-
stantly unfit for active service; and, as in a very
short time" we shall have nothing but boy regiments
if General Roberts is right, we are indeed in a
perilous position. There are reforms which are
improvements; there are others which are destruc-
tive. The short service system is one of the latter.
Not only does it ruin the army, but it fails to fill the
reserve. By this time the reserve should have con-
tained sixty or seventy thousand men; it actually
contains twenty-four thousand men, and it is grow-
ing at the rate of one thousand a year only. A
reserve is necessary, but whatever its strength it
would be dearly purchased were it-the army of
extraordinary emergencies only-to be built up on
the ruin of the army which has to do the work of
the nation in all parts of the world,--New ofth#
World, Feb. 20.
For the Royal Gasette.
The risk to which ships lying in Murray's Anchor.
age have been subject during the late heavy weather,
and the loss of time and heavy expense necessarily
incurred by them, must cause all thinking men to see
the necessity there is of providing a more secure har-
bour, but at the' same time, one that shall be easy of
access to largo ships.
Bermuda-is destined always to play an important
part as a port ot refuge, and as a coaling station, and
the better accommodation that can be given, the more
will our harbours be used.
Your correspondent who is so enamoured with the
capabilities of Castle Harbour, viewed it I fear from
Painter's Vale, and although there is no doubt about
the safety of ships once in its placid waters, yet there
are other points of observation from which a better
view may be had,
First.-Heavy ships would always be liableto strike
the bottom on account of the swell which alost al-
ways rolls in from the Ocean, and the removal of the
boilers would only increase the swell, and very fre-
quently ingress or egress would he alike impossible.
Second.-On account of its size, there ie no part
of its shores at which it would be safe with all winds
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
MAIL STEAMER "FLAMBOROUGH."
ig The Mail Steamer Flamborough," from
New York, was signaled coming up the Channel to
Hamilton, just before sunset, last evening. The
Agents sent off a boat to meet her but she returned
without seeing her. The F. must have come to in
or near Murray's Anchorage.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette
DziA SIR,-In your issue of the 15th inst. I read a
letter signed "Pro Bon Publico." Now being of the
same way of thinking as that writer, I wish to inform
him of some more recent events which have happened
amongst us since the publication above referred to.
That .oalast Friday evening a sermon was preached
in Trinity. Church advocating the adoration of the
Virgin Mary, and a hymn was sung to the same
purpose, one verse ol which I shall only refer to
"I Blessed shall be her name
In all the Church on earth,
Through whom that wondrous mercy came,
The Incarnate Saviour's birth."
The word church used here can be interpreted in n
other sense than our church. Yet nowhere in GOD's
Holy Word do I find any such worship hinted at. In
the first commandment, which was given by GOD him-
self, He says He only is to be worshipped, and yet in
the face of this a man writes a hymn giving that
worship (which belongs to God and God alone) to
another being; and this hymn Is widely circulated
throughout the world. In the Roman and Greek
Churches these idolatories are allowed.
The introduction ol such worship into our church
therefore, is a most serious and momentous question
and the wonder is that how, in the age in which rv
live, when literature and science have reached their
utmost, such a doctrine should be promulgated, an
bids us all to be stirred" by this idolatrous practice
as-the Apostle Paul, "whose spirit was stirred within
him when he saw the City of Athens given to idola.
try," to take our stand like true churchmen lest a
Swore thing happen to us, and the last state be worse
than the first."
March 26th, 1881.
A BnrIsH CoNsut.GENERAL ATACteD.-Mr. A.
DeCapel, the British Consul-General at the Port of
Havana, was attacked by three highway robbers in
one of the public parks at Havana on the night of
the 18th instant. Mr. Capel defended himself vig-
orously and successfully. He received a slight
wound in the back of the neck.
BIzLs or HEALTH AND QUARANTINE. The
Health Officer of the Port of Now York has given
notice that on and after April 1 vessels from all
ports In the West Indies, Bahamas, Bermuda,
Mexico, the "Spanish Main," and the east coast of
Africa, not having bills of health from the port of
departure, and such ports as they may touch for
the delivery and reception of cargo, on arrival at
that port will be subjected to quarantine of obser-
Canon Barry, of Worchester, becomes Canon of
Westminister Abbey in place of Lord Thynne,
deceased. Dr. Bradley, of Oxford, succeeds Dr.
Barry at Worcester.
Alexander III., the present Emperor of Russia,
Is the second son of the late Czar. He was born on
the 10th March 1845 ;' married Mary (formerly
Dagmar,) Princess of Denmark, on the 9th Novem-
BBranuA HMre COw.-The Meets of the Ber.
muda Hunt will be at 3*30 p.m. for the present in-
stead of at 3 o'clock. -
To CoEassoinnmrm.-" Common Sense" in our
BIRTH, in Warwick Parish, on 18th instant, MRs.
THOMAS TUCKER, of a SON-Still-born.
........., in Warwick Parish, on the 15th inst., MRS.
RICHARD KEMPE, of a DAUGHTER.
......... at St. George's on the 20th inst, the wife
of DRNIS TUCKER, of a DAUGHTER.
........., in Pagets Parish, on 22nd inst., MRs. SAM-
UEL G. SMITH, of a DAUGHTER.
........., in Pembroke Parish, on the 27th instant,
MRS. A. R. THOMPSON, of a DAUGHTER.
DIED, at 23, Bleeker Street, New York, on the 1st
instant, after a brief illness of Pneumonia, MARGARET
THEODOSIA, the beloved wife of Jeremiah Reed, and
eldest daughter of Thomas Smith, Smiths, Bermuda,
aged 40 years and 6 months.
To Farmers and Others.
T IHE Undersigned will be prepared, as usual,
to forward Consignments of
Messrs. Z. P. LOOMIS & Co.,
95 BARCLAY STREET. NEW YORK,
And will also purchase PRODUCE at fall
Cash Rates throughout the Season.
Or Those needing STENCIL PLATES
will please leave their Orders with me before
the departure of the next Steamer on 31st inst.,
as none can be ordered after that date.
THOSE. J. WADSON.
Hamilton, March 21st, 1881.-3p tf
Near the Entrance to HAMILTON
HARBOUR, a few days since,
A Vessel's Lowermast.
The Owner, who will be expected to pay for
this advertisement and remunerate the finder,
can hear of same on application at the "Royal
Hamilton, March 29, 1881.
1air ant toutt
In Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & C .,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m Ip.
BY PvUBLC AUCTION, A Musical and Literary Vew York MKail Steamer. Notice to Piublic Credit-
DR2 T=3S BIG SEDI, ENTERTAINMENT ors.
On Thursday next, By Young LADIES and GENTLE- m FColonialSecrretary's Office
31st inst., At 12 o'clock, M. MEN of this Town, .- morough, Sec'etary'CH, Ol.
About 25 Dozen very Superior Wnmie give Captain Whitehurst, ALL Persons having DENMAND against the
I Al Poubic Treaurny for services or rmppiies
IN MCOANZ"0' AL Will leave hence for New York authorized by Law and v hich-have heretofr
7-1 1& Elm s On Wo dnearq v vnino A I. Q A 'I lQ, -r been paid by the P'ublic Treasury in virtue o of
Belonging to the Officers 99th Regiment,
CHAMPAGNE in Quarts and Half Pints
CLARET (Chateau Margaux)
CLARET in Imperial Pints
HOCK in Imperial Pints
Pale SHERRY SAUTERNE
20 Dozen London Bottled BEER
25 BLS. Bright Clean Grocery
50 Best New York HAMS
25 Barrels S. F. FLOUR
20 Boxes Layer RAISINS
10 Half and Qrtr. Cases Superior TEA
20 Drums CODFISH
5 Bis. HAKE, 200 lbs. each
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
5 Boxes Mottled SOAP
2 Hhds. English PORTER
Kits of SALMON, HERRINGS, MACK-
EREL and BASS
5 Bls. TURNIPS
A Lot of Secondhand JOISTS
] HALF Tester Brass and Iron
1 Large Hair MATTRESS
1 BOLSTER 4 PILLOWS
2 Mosquito NETS
1 Wood Spring BEDSTEAD
1 Hair MATTRESS
1 Flock Do.
2 Pair BLANKETS
1 Set and Stand Drawing-room CROQUET
2 Portable WASHSTANDS
2 Portable Mahogany TOWEL HORSES
3 Pair Scarlet REP, White and Chintz CUR-
1 Iron Fender and Set Fire IRONS
1 Biscuit BOX (Electro-plate)
1 Cake BASKET Do.
1 Pair CANDLESTICKS, Do.
1 Toilet SET,. GLASSWARE
1 8-day CLOCK
And many other Goods that will appear at
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, March 28, 1881.
Barrels of Bright Grocery
Offered for Sale by the Undersigned.
J. T. DARRELL 4 CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 3p
Mnrch28, 1881. p
On Saturday, 19th Instant, at Spanish Point,
ONE LIFE BUOY,
One Water Mark or Boat BUOY.
The Owners will hear of their whereabouts
on application at this Office.
Hamilton, March 24, 1881.
Offer for Sale,
Barrels Bright Grocery SUGAR
Puns & Bls. Bright MOLASSES
Ex. Schr. Meteor" from Barbados.
THOSE. J. WADSO.V,
Hamilton, March 28th, 1881.-1
TO 7ZA\mBa AND OTZMra
J. H. T. Jackson
Is prepared, as usual, to forward
To the New York Market, &c.,
And solicits Consignments of the same.
He will represent, as before, some of the best
Houses in the business, viz.,
MESSRS. S. B. DOWNES & CO.,
Do. GEORGE W. SPENCER & CO.,
And MR. WILLIAM PEACOCK.
Highest Market Prices will be paid for Produce
through the Season, and STENCIL PLATES
furnished on application to
J. H. T. JACKSO.N.
Hamilton, March 15, 1881.-I 3pg.
Easter and Birthday
Expected by the FLAMBOROUGH,"
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
A carefully selected assortment of
Faster. and Birthday Cards.
Hamilton, March 29th, 188i.
Proceeds in aid of the Building Fund of the
New Methodist Church,
Programme will include the "Anvil Cho-
rus" and other popular Music, with Readings,
TICKETS-Reserve 1/6, others 1/-to be
had at the Dry Goods Store of Mn. A. R.
THOMPSON, where a Plan of the Hall may be
Doors open at 7'30.
Entertainment to commence at 8 p.m.
A liberal patronage by the Public is ear-
nestly solicited, as a pleasant evening may be
Hamilton, March 28th, 1881.
The Female Enterprising and
Of B. M. E. CliURCH, intent holding a
Monday and Tuesday,
The 18th and 19th of April
There will be a Supper Table and Refresh-
ments in variety. Also Neckties, Aprons, and
a few Fanny Articles will be exposed for sale.
The Alexandrina Band will be in attendance.
Doors open at 3 p.m. Admission 6d.
The Public are cordially invited to attend.
Further particulars in next week's Gazette.
Hamilton, 28th March, 1881.
Notice to Importers from
The Undersigned will have an
4 A 1 VESSEL.
Despatched from New York
for the Port of St. George's
On Saturday April 16th.
Freight respectfully solicited.
Engagement List for Freight open at our
Office until 6 p.m. March 30th.
Parties will please send their Orders forward
by S. S. Flamborough," leaving hence on 31st
RATES OF FREIGHT.
40 Cents per Dry Barrel.
75 Cents per Barrel K. Oil.
$1 per Carboy for Acid.
J. T. DARRELL &
Hamilton, Bermuda, March 29, 1881.-1
Agents at New York,
Messrs. R. A. TUCKER & CO.,
25 South Street.
The Schr. "Lilias" has arrived.
Her SUGAR is offered for sale by
.TROTT & COX.
The Master of the Lilias" has a few hundred
COCOANUTS for sale to early applicants.
Hamilton, March 29th, 1881.-1
ML U F -:XL.JLo JL.'-LUt ay
the 1st April,
To leave thence for return on THURSDAY the
such legal authority, are hereby required tu
render their respective Accounts- in duplicate-
duly vouched and certified and made up to the
3lst day of this present rnoh of Marh, to
the Clerk of Her Maiestv's Council.
Freight, Parcels, and Specie will be received On or before the 8 day of 3pi
until 6 p.m., 381st instant, and Bills of Lading e
will be signed until 8 p.m. 31st instant for next,
Produce. The Committee of the G ,::r.Ear, Ass:MrYr,
Passenger Stage will be removed at 8*30 a. appointed under the authority of the Act eniiol,d
m. Ist April.' An Act to provide for the quarterly AuditUi,-
TROTT 4 C0.1, and payment of the claims of certain PI',i,.'
Agents. Creditors"-are hereby required to inmeet be-
Haami'ton, Bermuda, 29th March, 1881. teen the 8th and 13th d.iys of the msid rr,:t'" of
April, and the Committee of the LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL, between the 8th and I1llh days of Oiw
N Otice same month to audit and pass such Accounts.
To Importers from New York. Salaries of Public Officers and Annuitants are
not affected by this notice.
1 CLIPPER By hm Excellency's Command,
fR. E. WEBSTER,
i SCHOONER 1 e-
be Despatched from New
York for this Port
On Saturday, 9th April
FREIGHT will be taken to a limited extent
at the rate of 40 Cents per Dry Barrel.
Engagement List open at Office of Under-
signed until Wednesday, 30th March.
Orders for Goods to be forwarded by New
York Mail hence on 31st inst.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 22nd March, 1881.-2 3p
Just Received, at the above Es-
Suitable for the coining Season,
Fashionable HA TS, Dress MATE.
RIALS, Kid GLOVES, &c., &c.
March 29th, 1881.-2 '3p
Momently expected from Turks'
The Schooner KESTREL,"
With a Cargo of
i Which will be disposed of while Vessel is dis-
charging, at the following rates, for Cash only :
10 Bushels at 1/6 per Bushel
25 : 1/4 "
50 I/3 "
100 1/1 "
THEO. J. LIGHTBOURN,
March 28th, 1881.-I
Nearly new, and HARNESS,
Property of LIEUT. ROWDEN, 99th Regt.
Large Glass Aquarium,
Belonging 1o LIEUT. HARFORD, 99th Regt.
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
March 29th, 1881.-1
A Good Chance
FOR A STORE
IN FLATT'S VILLAGE,
If applied for previous to the 15th of April, as
the Undersigned intends making a change in his
Business. He wishes to sell his STOCK and
FIXTURES in the Grocery Line.
The Store will be rented to an approved Pur-
Possession given M4y let.
dL OJV ZO PENIS TO1..
Flatte, March 29th, 1881.-3
to the Public.
HE attention of the Quebec Steamships
" Company having been drawn to the value
of the Bermuda Oranges, and the adaptability of
the climate of the Island to the growth of the
" Lisbon or Sicilian Lemon," they, hoping to
assist in the production of a large future source
of freight, beg to offer to Transport free oj
charge during 1881, all boxes containing young
Orange and Lemon Trees.
Manager, Quebec and New York
A. E. OUTERBRIDGE, & Co.,
Agents, New York,
TROTT & COX,
Feby. 19, 1881.-63p.
The Undersigned is prepared to Receive and
Ship consignments of
By every opportunity,
To the Address of
Messrs. Darrell 4F Co.,
83 Pearl Street, New York.
Highest Market Rates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and settlements guaranteed.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, 1st March, 1881.-')m 3p
Notice to Builders and Others.
THE Undersigned will receive Sealed Ten-
ders until 12 o'clock, Noon, on.
Monday, the 11th
day of April, 1881,
From Persons desirous of Tendering to
ERECT A P02 "Rl
In the Parish of St. George.
Specifications, Bills of Quantities and Plans
may be seen on application to Mr. S. Seward
Toddings, at his Office, between the hours
of 12 o'clock, noon, and 1 o'clock, p.m., daily,
and from him any further information may be
Tenders must he addressed to "The Over-
seers of the Poor of St. Georges," and marked
on the outside Tender for erecting Poor
No Tender will be received later than noon
of the 11th April, proximo.
The Undersigned do not guarantee that any
Tender will be accepted.
By Order of the Parish Vestry,
S. C. RANKIN,
JOHN A. NEARON,
Overseers of the Poor of St. George's.
St. Georges, March 21, 1881.-3 3p
The Schr. '- Lilias," Capt. Vanfer-
pool, was to leave iarbaJos for this M1arliet
On the 5th l arch,
With 550 Barrels of that superior
For which Mcssrs. S. P. Musson, Son & <;,.
enj )y their well-known reputation.
As in the case of ihe De:.c:rara Sugar cx
"Grecian Bend," now all so!d', the Undersigncd
intend to SELL the Cargo of the Lilias" and
respectfully ask for patronage.
STROTT & COX.
Hamilton, March 21, 1881.-2 :3p
Colonist" twice 3rd page.
NOTICE TO GRO WE!RS ND
BERMUDA P! ODU
THE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
'- tention to the forwarding of BERMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of
,Vlessrs. John .i&r 4" 'o.,
OF NEW YORK,
During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for Cost of Remittance for nett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
Notice to Growers of The highest Market Rates will be obt:iined
and Account Sales returned promptly.
itrmuba robuce, tAll Packages of Produce must be marked with
S y the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner
H E Undersigned offers his ser- to comply with the new Law.
vices to forward PRODUCE to the J. T. DARRELL & O.
Consignment of Hamilton, Bermuda, 3m 3p
Messrs. A. Bennett &Co, Feby., 1881
NEW YORK, UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN TilE POST OF.
During the Crop Season. FICE HAMILTON, 26th March, 1S81.
Account Sales will be returned with the usual Edward F Astwood, Richard D Bean, Mary Arn
promptness, and at best rates obtainable. Bassett, Catherino E Bean, A Breach, Goo T Clare,
Mrs F G Campbell, William Carrol, C C C Corfi,,
SrENCIL PLATES to meet requirements C F Darrell, N1 Diepson, R J Dill, Edwarrd Dicker -
of the new Law will be ordered on application. I son, W Duke, P Finnigan, Joze Fureira, Narsiz do
S. S. [NGHAM Fraga, Joze de Fontez, Elizabeth Fox, Manuci de S
Hamilton,22nd March, 1881-3 Goncalves, Jane Gilbert, William H Gilbert, J W
Hamilton, 2nd March, p Gibbons, Francisco Ignacio, Eamna James, Mra J
Kennedy, Ellen Keyl, Caprice Landy, Q McKey,
1Ce I f Shin'Per George Mariin, Daniel S Ounerbridge, lenry
t P /otic to i ,prr Owens, Thos RI Paynter, Isabella Robinsn, S A iJ
Raynor, Mrs M Smith, Benjamin Swan, Jamie
r'IHE Undersigned having been appointed Stowe, J HI Shafe, Manoel J de Silveira, Benj imin
f fi AGENT at Bermuda by tOBERT G. Simons, Richd J Simmons Nathan Scot, Richard
LEE & CO., 18 Ladenhall Street, Londo, Smith, Henrietta Smith, Edward -enhouse, i'ctor
for the Shipment of ERMUDA PRODC' Saunders, Joshua Tucker, J F Tucker, Benjamin
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE Trott, John Trott, Ain Virgin, Itenry William.,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others Susan Williams, A Zuill,
desirous of Shipping to the London Market. .---.
. Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed. UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST >
AVTItdNVIEL VESEY. FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, March 23, 1881.
Schr Alcyone, Barque A R Tucker, Mrs ,l E
At R.. 3o. COOPER'Ls. Brown, Antonio Gonez, Joseph Gayner, ~ir Jo.n -
61 FRONT STREET. \ mings (at the Cut,) J W A Knox ('elegr.p' Steam.
61Hamilton, F RONby. st, 88-3p er acia,)John hortn, Elias Tro, B g V
Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.-3p tf, I ill, Wm Wilson, J E it W ilson.'
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
DR. CLARK II 'I I
. UT -;e .AaAaf a
WHiO A1RE TilE BGOERl..?
The Contempnorary lReIviw has the following
account of the people in South Africa who are jaut
now attracting so much attention :
Two hundred years ago four ships sailed homr
Holland, carrying to regions that then lay at the
uttermost bounds of the known world certain French
Huguenots exiled by the revocation of the edict of
Nantes. Those vessels carried altogether about one
hundred and fifty men, women and children, all
French citizens. Among them were many old
names, names which little more than a century
later were figuring high in that long roll of marshals
and generals of France which the Revolution and
its great soldier gave to fame. Hugo, Joubert,
Jourdain, Retief, Arnold, de Villiers, Bertrand,
Fouch6, du Plessy, Mouncey, Serrurier, Victor, and
many other names appear in the list of those who
selected the distant Dutch colony of South Africa as
their future home. These exiles brought to the
little colony strength and mental power of a new
kind. Fifty years later the French language had
died out, the second and third generation had inter-
married among the Dutch, and the all-conquering
mother tongue had had its usual triumph. But
these 150 French Huguenots made a mark upon the
colonial community that has never been effaced from
the national character. It was a Retief who led the
Great Trek" into the northern wilds. It was a de
Marais who headed a few hundred followers against
the host of the Matabele king in 1837. It was a
Cellier who read the service in the laager on the
Black Umvolosi on the Sunday morning when the
Zulu army, in that chest and horn formation," so
familiar to us years later, moved to the attack of the
the Dutch camp. It was a Joubert who covered the
beaten wreck of the Boer "commando" after the
disaster on the White Umvolosi, and to-day another
Joubert is the moving spirit in the Transvaal revolt.
These French Huguenots and the much larger num-
ber of Dutch employees of the old East Indian Com-
pany were the ancestors of the people whom to-day
we call Boers-a people slow to think. but not easily
int bA hirnad F- +.'- _A-. ____ f4..--
A gu4e, hewuma-
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The Best IEMEDY ENOWN to Man I
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It Stimulates the Ptyallne In the Saliva,
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Hanlan's Acknowledgment.-Hanian has sent the I ithy Perspiration.
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SIR,-Will you kindly allow me to express y There are nospirits employed inits manufacture, and
deep gratitude for the grand reception accorded me it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
deep gr atitude for te grand reception a ccrded men aged and feeble, care only being required in atntlion to
on my arrival home on Friday evening. I was dred aon.
fully aware of the generosity of the citizens of NEURALGIA.
Toronto, but I never dreamed of such a demonstra-NTO, April 20, 1880.
tion as that which awaited me. Unfortunately I TORONTO, April 20, 1880.
found it impossible at the Grand Opera house to Dr. Clark Johnson:
adequately describe my feelings, but I beg all my DEAR SIR,-When I visited your manufactory last
fellow-townsmen to believe that I shall never for- Iaut mn,Iwas hen visitedyor manufacor Iast
get their kindness, and that I appreciate it most autumn, I was suffering from a fearful pain in the
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wards the beautiful present I have received my when you recommended me to try your INDIAN
acknowledgment are especially due; and I also BLOOD SYRUP I had no faith in it; but indeed I
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that I have scarcely yet made up my mind definite- GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
ly as to my final retirement from the aquatic world. 250 Simcoe Street
I shall seriously consider the matter very shortly,
and will seize an early opportunity of announcing PAIN IN THE BACK, LUNGS, AND SHOULD
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may probably occupy my attention for a few years, ERS.
but it may be relied upon that should the neces- TORONTO April, 21st, 1880.
sity arise,I shall be ready at any moment to endea- Dr. Clark Johnson:
your to uphold the honor of Canada.
Yours &Canada. Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
ours, &.,back, also through my lungs and shoulders for more
E .DWARD HANLAN. than three years; I have also had liver complaint
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occurred for 20 years. Trains have been detained J. G. AMEY
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yesterday's express will not likely be here until
this morning at 8 or 10 o'clock.--Halifax Herald, NERVOUS DISEASES.
14th March. I was troubled with deranaement of the nnevous
IN MExonIAM.-A very handsome white marble
tablet, neatly moulded, with a black border, etc.,
bearing the names of two officers of H. M. 97th
Regimdnt, (Capt. Melville, who died in England,
and Lieutenant Bulley, who was accidentally
drowned in this harbor), has been placed on the
walls of the Garrison Chapel. It was manufactured
by Mr. W. Bishop for the brother officers of the
It was officially announced at Ottawa that the
Canadian and Brazilian Direct Steamship Company
will commence running their steamships between
Halifax and Rio Janeiro in the course of a few
weeks, calling at intermediate ports of the South
American coast, as also at St. Thomas, W. I.
It is almost certain that a Graving Dock will
soon be established at Halifax.
The Yarmouth Marine Insurance Offices, the
Atlantic and Pacific, have closed business in conse-
quence of the recent heavy disaster at sea. A Joint
Stock Marine Company is to be formed at Yar-
EMERSON UPON CARLYLE.
Mr. Ralph Waldo Emerson read a paper upon
Thomas Carlyle at the regular monthly meeting of
the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston, on
Friday evening. Mr. Carlyle was an honorary
member of the Society. Mr. Emerson began by
acknowledging his indebtedness to Carlyle, who,
be said, had always been a kind writer to him, and
then gave at some length, (reading from his origin-
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lHe understood his own value as well as Mr. Web-
ster, whom in some respects be resembled ; and
like him, he could always see society on his own
terms. Though no mortal in America could pre-
tend to talk with Carlyle, who, indeed, in England
is as remarkable as the Tower of London itself, yet
he would not satisfy Americans, and would by no
means bear transportation. He was a hammer that
crushed mediocrity and prevention. His guiding,
genius was his moral sense. lie would have
nothing to do with any kind of alive. He was very
serious about the bad times, and wanted men to
address themselves more to the great problems of
society. He preferred Cambridge to Oxford. The
Czar Nicholas was his hero. Carlyle has, best of
all men in England, kept the manly attitude. He
has stood for the people, scornfully teaching the no-
bles their peremptory duties. IIenever feared the face
of man. While Mr. Emerson was reading this in-
teresting paper, wiih an occasional suggestion from
bis daughter, the members of the society gathered
eagerly about him and listened to his words with
cipse attention, and when he finished the expres-
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any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dvsnpnsia
it to i
Direct A&nthly Steam Communi-
STEAMERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every de;-
eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
IHighest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information, ,
1. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamrera, Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 in
To all who suffer from Headache.
SDR. S C 0 T T' S
ELECTRIC 1I.lR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. I'. THOMPSON,
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.--tf
C. T. CONYERS,
WHOLESALE & RIET1IL
AND DEALER IN
Teas, Coffees%* Sgars,
English and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880.-6m
Bermuda Ho tel
AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL,
West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodation and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guestw.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, 1880.--6in
digestion. I would advise all that suffer from V
try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
SAML. G. ADAMS.
A REMARKABLE CURE.
Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario. T H E above WATCH ES for both
Sir,-In September. 1865, my wife had been T Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
doctor's treatment two years, and they said on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade Move-
d heart disease. She was at that time so meant not in Stock will be furnished at the
she could not stand, and I had to carry her mlanufactor's list price. Also, make to order
om her bed to the stove, and back again as anustyle of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
s the bed was made. She had used your an se with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
N BLOOD SYRUP but a short time when engraved.
gan to walk again, and has not kept her'bed a Remember the American Watch Co. received
ce. It also cuied my daughter of chills and the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
RUFUS MoCOMBS, Jt. E T CHILD,
Front Street, I lamilton, u.o.o.
Sole Agent,for Bermuda, Deer 16, 187 8.
JOHN A. FOX, ASKyour Grocerfor 4. E. WHYLAND'S
Water Street, St. George's -"- SUAP,
United States Mail Steamers,
CALLING AT QUEiENSTOWN
LEAVE NEW YORK
SWYO MING sails Tuesday Feb.22, at I l'30a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday March 1, at 6 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Mar. 8, at 11'30
AB YS SINIA sails Tuesday March 22, at 10'30
WYOMING sailfuesdav March 29, at 5 a.m.,
ARIZONA sails Tnesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
Sthe Trade, have 'five.watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced O licers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardessos. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms aro on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thue securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each S teamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Per-
mud, lThursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Mondays, and Passen',ers' baggage can he
transfe,'red direct to the Livcrpoo Steamer sail-
ing ne At day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
o T Broad.lwav. New York.
New York, FebyTol, 1880.
Received by the Ceto,
4Jnd on Sale at the Royal Gazette
SAVOR'S and Carpenter's SPELLINGS
: McCullocks READERS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Murray's and Lennie's GRAMMARS
Exercise BOOKS Paper KNIVES
Music PAPIR Luggage LABLES
Tooth BRUSHES Porcupine PENHlOL)D-
Red Seal WAFERS, Large and Small
Bone and other Paper KNIVES
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKS
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS
Camel lair PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.
Note PAPER and ENVELOPES, black bor-
der and Plain, assorted sizes
PENS PENCILS Log BOOKS, &c., &c.
Whittaker's lmanack, 1881.
Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.
-> -, i! ,* 0 "-
0 M >7 IPAP
KIMVIMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
RIMMIEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIVIMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER.
RIIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
RIMMEL'S LIVIE JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RI\IMEL'S PURE WHIT-iE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and other
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIMMEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes, barrels and packets.
RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
RIMM EL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RI MM EL, Perfumer by appointment to H. 17
II. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and R
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.
At the Royal Gazette' Stationery
Store. A very Choice Selection.
Special Terms to the Trade.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.,
& E. ATK IN80N''
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of
the very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great exoellenae it has obtained
SLonadon, 1862. Paris, 1867. Oordava, lOt.
Lima,1872. Vienna,1878. Philadelphia,1876.
GOLDO XDXA, PAEk, 18..
ATKINSON8' CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
NITE ROSE, FRANOIPANUE, YLAMU LANl,
STEPHANDTIS, POPANAX, 1JOKET BLtU, ElU
BOi UET, TREVOL, MAGNOLIA, JASMIN, M1'0
ViOLET, OOUa MEAL BiW9uT,
and ail other odour of the daut quiaty esly.
GOLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE'
la strongly recommended, 'being more sti
and fragrant than the German ids.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
celebrated tor so many years, continues tob
made as heretofore It ia strongly Perumaeo,
and will be found very durable in use.
ATKUNSON'S WilTE RDSE TOILET VINEiAl,
a new and indispensable Toilet aooompvan-
meot, and most refreshing Perfume for the
ATRINSNSm WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTIW
and other Speelalitlesand general articles of
perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the manu-
-3. & E. ATKINSON,
94, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Prio se t ifr onpplication.
CAUTrM.-Purchass are cautioned to avoid
counterets by observinutt each article is
labelled with the firm's tradeMark, a WVhi
Roe" on a Golden Lyra."
ALL who wish to have their
A Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work, and Wood Work, clear and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing
PRIDE OF THE KITCHEN."
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
HI. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
s s ,. i
(a-^ : M|
S~~~ *^ > u^5
Horse, Carriage 4 qrtl
'I'HE Undersigned having resumed Business
* at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near lHamilton Hlotel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
ic generally for past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a. continuance of same.
THOMASS H. HIR FEY.
January 6, 1879.
ALM JINJICK.-M ARC RI, APRIL, 1881.
ris. sets. S
5 51 6 17 0
549 6 18 1
548 6 18 2
545 6 19 3
5 44 6 20 4
11A&l K S.
VJamaica Mail due
S3 S 544 6 20 511 30 5th in Lent.
4 Mo 5 42 6 20 6 12 18 CoURT or Assxzz
*New Moon 29 day 6h 18m pm.
THE BERMUDA ROYALGAZETTE s published
every Tuesday by DoALr. M'PEz:LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Btirnaby Streets.
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE &, SON, West End,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Artry Pay Office.
Office flours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Hiamilton, November 8, 1880.
Ice1! Ice!! !Ice!!!
The Subscribers are now prepared
Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on let April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.
Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Com mission ,R^ rclhants,
And INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
April 13, 1880.
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