Group Title: 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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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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Volume ID: VID00182
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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THE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.

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Wo. 14-Vol. .VlV. STATE SUPER VI&S ANTIQUAS. 24s, per Ann.



Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, lpril 5, 188i.


From te BSermuda Boo. Almanackc, 1881.
The Gardener's Calendar.
AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS 'FOR THE
MONTH OF APRIL.
Arrowroot.-This is the best month for planting
Indian Corn should be now planted for fodder
and stock in spare land.
Guinea Corn.-The seeds should be sown in beds
-for transplanting, or in drills for a crop, very thin.
It is better than China sugar cane, as it will give
3 or 4 good crops a year, and will stand 2 or 3
years if kept clean and manured. All kinds of
cattle eat it greedily, and there is not that risk in
giving it to them green as with the sugar cane.
China Sugar Cane is very good if you cannot get
Guinea Corn; but the latter is much the better.
Cattle will eat this cane readily, but it is not safe
for feed without first wilting it in the sun for a day
or two. Poultry are very partial to the seed.
Guinea Grass.-Transplant round the border.
Much safer.to plant after a good rain in June.
Peas.- Plant Bird-eye for fodder or manure, 3
feet apart each way.
Oats.--Plant all spare ground for fodder or
manure. Plant cuttings. Transplant flowers and
shrubs,
Irish Potatoes should not be taken up until the
stalk is dead, as the growth continues till that time.
Abbut the middle of this month the early planted
ones will be fit to take up. Great care should be
taken not to let them lie in the sun, as it injures
the flavor and causes them to rot. Pick them up
in baskets, not bags.
Onions.-Clean and loosen them for the last time.
Be careful to remove all weeds or anything that
will shade the crop, as it will prevent their heading.
properly. Have boxes all made and ready. Onion
boxes should be 24 incheslong, 16 inches wide, and 7
inches deep. This is the best size and shape; each
will hold 50 pounds of onions. Be careful with
vour onions both in the pulling and packing. The
New York Marketmen find much fault, they throw
all the blame of bad sales on the neglect of the
growers.
Sweet Potatoes.-Finish planting this month.
Plant in good rich soil to ensure strong and early
slips. Seaweed answers very well as a manure for
them, but whale grass is better.
Turnips.-A few White Globe, White Dutch or
Red Top can be sown in waste land and will yield
a good crop if the weather should prove favorable.
Pumnpkins.-Plant seeds or slips among the Irish
* '.Potato whilet { r +.o hnth nf,,tao oar


resolves to go among his brethren speculating; he has
done a good business by it before, lie thinks he can
manage it now. He engages a number to ---.
In his course he falls in with John Doe" and offers
to purchase at 3/9 and find conveyance. He does not
scruple to tell him that the highest he will get in town
is 4/. All right," says John Doe, same thing," at
the same time understanding he will have no trouble
in marking. While John Doe is having packed he
suspects that John -Smith would not be running
around for nothing, so to make his own bargain good
he concludes to stick" him, and as John Smith's
fame will appear Jack will be as good as his master
if he is caught. They are finally conveyed to town
and arranged in their lot. John Smith calls on the
merchant to count and give receipt in full. Before
counting the merchant deems it prudent to examine
a few. It so happens that the few" examined are of
those put up by John Doe. He clearly sees that all
is not right and rejects the whole. What can John
Smith do in the case ? He must either shut his mouth
and say nothing, or he must expose the illegality of
his purchase; for says the Law, It any person shall
purchase," &c. Now for an "ode to beauty."
As a rule there are always some agitating for re-
form," "remedying the evil," and such like, but who,
when such remedy is introduced either by public
bodies or private individuals, so far as their power and
influence goes, are the strongest opposers of it. Like
some unfortunates who, looking at things in other light
than that of reason, are always contending that they
only are right and everyone else is wrong. Here is a
case in point :
There was an ol, plebeian, he lived on the hill,
His mind was in a hobble, hobble, hobble;
His brain was confusion, his tongue was never still,
It was always going gobble, gobble, gobble.
But I must not be too poetical, or I may add more
"confusion," andti that will necessitate other problems.
My proposition is for thio Plebians" to test their own
theories by practice and ascertain the results; then
should they lail to see anything of thebeauty of the Law
they might see something very ugly. Bought expe-
rience is most profitable.
Time will not permit me to meet Plebian" again
on this matter, as the season for packing and mark-
ing is nigh and the Assizes are at hand, and while my
hands are in the garden I may be compelled to have
my head in Court, perhaps solving problems there, but
I trust none arising out of this Act, for enough has al-
ready been said or sung on this subject, and "enough
is as good as a feast" to any man of
COMMON SENSE.
March 21, 1881.


taken up you have a crop of young vines in a for- For the Ry "azete.
ward state; a part of the old vine left growing" and For the o t7aze.
cared for will give the earliest pumpkins. HARBOUR IMPROVEMENT.
American Olive.-Plant some wild or American Mn. EDTron,-I am glad to see that your cor-
Olve for hedge' oi ornamental trees. Seed may be respondent Stag Channel" and I agree on three
obtained in Bermuda. points,'viz.:-
Melons.-Early Melons bring good prices in Ist-" That all thinking men must see the necessity
New York. March is the best time to start the there is of providing a more secure harbour than
seed. Murray's Anchorage, that shall be easy of access
Fruit Vines,--Cucumbers and Melons may be to large ships, to save risk, time and expense.
planted now. Those growing must be cleaned and 2nd-" That Bermuda is destined always to play an
a little soot or ashes strewn around them while the important part as a port of refuge, and as a
dew is on. coaling station, and the better accommodation
Tomatoes.-Let the sun get to them as much as. that can be given, the more will our harbours be
possible to ripen the fruit. The fruit must not be used."
too ripe to ship. They must be turning red at the 3rd-" That with regard to St. George's, to deepen
flower end. Boxes should be 14 inches long, 9 and straighten its entrance so as to make it
inches wide, and 5 inches deep. Sort the fruit so available without great risk to ships drawing
that all will be of one colour in each box; it will much over twenty feet, would cost more than the
pay for the trouble. Wrap each tomato separately whole town is worth."
in paper and pack tight so that it will not be pos-
sible for them to shake in the box. Tomatoes should Now if the whole country agree with us let these
never be packed in any other crates than the usual points be considered settled. Then all we have to
consider is the case of "Castle Harbour" versus
tomato crate before described. Stag Channel." But I must first disabuse your
correspondent's mind of one thing, viz., that the
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette, view taken of the former in your issue of the 22nd
Mn. EDITOR,-I observe the Plebians" have ad- March "was he feared from Painter's Vale." Let
vanced in the scale of intellect, as they can now offer him dismiss those fears, for I have no interest
problems for solution. IHitherto they have solved whatever in any property at Painter's Vale nor
their own problems, though not with the final Q. E. D. Castle Harbour, nor within several miles of either.
From "Plebian's" last letter one would suppose he My view was purely from a philanthropic point,
was on the eve of conversion, only awaiting the solu- whilst he must excuse me for thinking that his
tion of the problems. He asks of what use is the emanates from a shade of another character. All
Law ?" Is he not conversant with the causes which things being equal, if left to me to determine be-
led to the introduction of the Bill ? Here is an idea tween St. George's and Hamilton, my interests
of one: A, going to town, takes produce from B. C. would prompt me to decide in favor of Ilamilton.
and others, and sells in one lot. After a while a He admits the safety of ships once in the placid
package gets accidentally broken, the contents ex- waters of Castle Harbour," and says "thee is no
posed and found unfit for shipment. The purchaser doubt about it." I would ask him if the waters of
is at a loss for means to bring this to the cognizance Grassy Bay and the Great Sound are equally placid
of the owner. One use of the Law is to point out and equally accessible ? Methinks I see a schooner
who is who and which is which. In reference to his just coming to anchor in Hamilton from New York
problem as to the standard by which a "name" may that arrived at Five Fathom Hole on Monday-this
be cried down, I would have him understand the is Wednesday noon. Suppose that to have been a
term is relative, not absolute, and must be taken in large or disabled vessel in haste for relief, could she
connection with the produce, i.e., as "label" or not have reached Castle Harbour about as soon as
"brand." By this Act the name is the brand by Five Fathom Hole and escaped the storm that has
which one is known from another. It is a bad rule kept this little schooner for two days from getting
that will not work two ways. A farmer careful in the into Hamilton ?
selection of his produce will have his "name" cried Is it any more necessary to make Castle Harbour
up, that is, his "brand" will be praised; while ano. a Port of Entry than Grassy Bay or the Great
ther careless in his selection will have his "name" Sound, for vessels to lighter and come into port ?
cried down, that is, his "brand" will be depreciated. If Stag Channel were deepened would it not soon
Another problem from Plebian" is, f John Doe fill up again? To say that "there is almost always
sells to John Smith and he then offers for sale, who is a swell rolling in from the ocean to render ships in
the owner," and begs to remind me of the first Clause dangerjof striking the bottom in going into Castle
of the Act. Working on the same principle as in the Harbour" is, I think, drawing a wee bit upon the
last, I beg to remind him of the 2nd Clause of the Act. imagination ; and as to the assertion that granting
ow, if John Smith purchases from John Smith purchases from JohnDoe and greater depth to the channel by removing the rocks
offers for sale, who is the owner ? Plurality of own- will increase the power of the swell, I think that is
ers is not required by this Act, for if such a solution contrary to sound philosophy, which is that dam-
could be arrived at one could easily foresee what ming up water increases its power, whilst enlarg-
would be the next proposition from the "Plebians" (so ing the channel reduces it. The other objections
rapid is their march of intellect), viz., that a special brought forward to that Harbour are laboured and
parliament be called to repeal a part of this Act and need not be gone into at present. Did not the
to amend the other by compelling each owner to have the Royal Mail West India steamers use Castle
his "name" limited to a label not exceeding the Harbour with great facility and advantage? If
size of a common postage stamp in order that the so, then why cannot larger ships after a few rocks
packages might admit the names of all the owners are removed that wont wash in again like the
both in and "out of the colony." That would Staggs? The verdict must be given in favor of
be perfect beauty. But Plebian" grants that he who CASTLE HARBOUR.
has the chief control over the packing and first selling March 30th, 1881.
is the owner. Observe, selling in packages must come NoTE.-After all the expense of deepening Stag
after packing. If John Smith purchases before pack- Channel to admit large vessels into the Great
ing, i.e., in bulk, then he, having the chief control Sound, still they must lighten to 19 feet to get into
over the packing and first selling after packing, is the Hamilton, and then where is the Marine Slip to go
owner. But if John Smith purchases from John Doe upon ? Has that at St. George's been sufficiently
produce packed in such packages usually shipped, remunerative to induce stockholders to import
John Doe being the owner, his name must be on the another ? I trow not, particularly when it should
packages previous to the purchase, otherwise it is ille- the considered that all vessels that can get into St.
gal. But 1* Plebian," I presume, is not convinced, George's will still go there, leaving only the excep-
Or if "convinced against his will tional ones to come to Hamilton.
Is of the same opinion still."
So I give him a practical solution. We will suppose In one month ending 18Lh March there have been
the "honorable merchants" to be offering 5/a box for shipped from New Orleans for Europe 2,112,907
jnukuAIu An ho ral 1.:a1 n T-l66 v .jfh 64-. 4 h 1 nlin jr..Ft a rmri -- i V5 10i4 4 nn


A Musical and Literary
ENTERTAINMENT
By Young LADIES and GENTLE-
MEN of this Town,
Will be given
SMEOHANIS' HALiL,
On Wednesday Evening,
6th April.
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,
Recitations, &c.
TICKETS-Reserve 1/6, others 1/--,to be
had at the Dry Goods Store of MR. A. R.
THOMPSON, where a Plan of the Hall may be
seen.
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
anticipated.
Hamilton, March 28th, 1881.

A Good Chance

FOR A STORE

If applied for previous to the 15th of April, as
the Undiersi ned intends in aking a change in his
lIusinest', he wi ises to sell his ST')OCK and
FIXTURltES in the (rocery Line. -
The Store will be rented to an approved Pur-
chaser.
Possession given May 1st.
J1LOA ZO PEA IS TO'V.
Flatts, March 29th, 1881.-3

FOR S!LE,


A New Cedar DRAY,
With Patent Axle.
Apply to
F. W. VOSSMER.
Iiamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881:


PERSONS DESIROUS
SHIPPING


To the Consignment of


OF


MSSS^- M.DDL TC1.T & O.,
NE W YORK,
Will pleac call upon the Inridersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
SAIM L. A. MASTERS.
February 22, 188!.-tf

Chas. P. Woodworth &

Co.,
22 Fulton Street, New York.
ONSI(:NMENS ()OF PRODUCE solicited
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 PROI)UCIE as usual ldu'i-g the Sea-
son on account (if Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCI L PLATES furnished on application
to
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Fiout Street.
rlamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

PICK E D UP,
Near the Entrance to HAMILTON
IHARBOUR, a few days since,
A Vessel's Lowermast.
The (f ner, who will be expected to pay for
this advertisement and iemunerate the finder,
can hear of as'ne on applicationn at the Rioyal
Gazette" Office.
launilton, lIarch 29, 1881.

PCliKED UP,
On Saturday, 19th Instant, at Spanish Point,
ONE LIFE BUOY,
AND
One Water Mark or Boat BUOY.
The Owners will hear of their whereabouts
on application at this Office.
Ilamilton, March 24, 1881.

A fLL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work, and Wood WA ok, clean and
Bright
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing



PIIDE OF THiE KITCHEN."
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
11. K. & F. B. THUiRBER &CO.,
Proprietors.


Notice.

B Y recent Instructions from the Marine
- Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &e., I am notified that in
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Iills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by mec
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the s-:me so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLANI),
Sole resident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, IBermudn, 14th Feby., '881.


TO F3RJIJMERS 4. OTHERS.

r'lrIE UNDILISR1GNED) is now prepared as
usual to forward Consignments of


TO


185 Reade Street, New YoI-K.


Order will lie sent forward by next Steam
er for STENCIL P'LATES to en:d.le. persons
to meet the requirements of the law. f'Prties
desiring same will please formm me on or before
WEDNESDAY, 16th instant.
Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
charge.
AL ONZO PENIS TOA..
March 8th, 188!.-tf

Notice to Farmers and
Others.


WE


chail he prepared to attend, to the for-
warding of
it IUD A PRODUCE
To the Consignment of


Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
187 i eade Street, New York,
During !he ensuing Season.
'"or Stencil Plates and ail o'li r information
please call or address
OUTER!? IDGE IBROS.,
Reid St., HJamilton.
February 2, 18S1.-tf.


Jas. A. Judge,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, W
\VWshington Marke, New York.


est,


The Undersigned n ill give his personal attention
to the forwarding of


To the Consignment of the abovc-naimed
Firm.
The highest market rates will be'obtiined and
Account Sales returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Season.
STENCIL PLATES furnished.
JAMES GALE,
9 West Front Street.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881..-3 m

Brown DeWinter &
Brown,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION
M MERCHANTS,
A'd Dealers in

Bermuda Produce
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 anid 53 Fulton Row,
West Washington Market, New York.
Ieference-Irving National Bank, New Yoik.
Consignments .Solicited. Prompt Sales and
Remittances.

Agents in Bermnida,
OUTER[BRIDGE BIROS.,
ReiJ St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1891.-tf

FIor Rent,

A 0 A HOUSE
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St. and Ch inery Lane.
Ilamilton, Feby. 7th1,, 181.


A GOLD ARROW,
About 5 inches long.
Whoever will bring the same to MR. CHILD'S
Store, Front Street, will be rewarded.
March 15, 1881.


LABORERS
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.
Dockyard.
J. MORESBY,
Captain in Charge of Naval Establishments.
H. M. Dockyark, 4th iMarch, 1881.-3m

Easter and Birthday


Received by the FLAMBO, OUGi,"
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
A carefully selected assortment of
Baster and Birthday Cards.
lhamiltot,, March 29th, 1861.
1 AMI .1iLTON, BERM I)DA,

ing n.voV.is W. EEK,
IV n iha t his lday -purchaseod my STOCK-
I.N-Ti'\IA) !E and occupies my Shop,
14 Queen street iamniiton, has served ith me
his apprenticeship, and worked several years as
Jou neyinan. I highly recommend himn as a
good Painter, and believe he will gixe general
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their
l'airnting.
J. F. EVANS.


To Growers and Ship-
pers of Bermuda Produce.

IVS. F. JUDGE,
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
BERMJDa P IODUCE,
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier,
West Washington Market.
AS the 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 disposal for the sale of any
consignments you may make to this market.
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(35) 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 anixous to continue shipping to us
all through the season.
f1Ir. Thos. HI. 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 infor-
ination 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
you soon, and thanking you for past favors,
and hoping you will still continue entrusting
us with your confidence, we are,
Yours Respectfully,
O'CONNOR & JUDGF.
New York, March 1st, 1881.

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
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 PURE and WHOLE-
soME goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Importers, Manufacturer%, and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
NEW YORK.
LONDON. BORDEAUX.
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocers
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6 m


Bermuda Hotel,



AUGUSTUS H. PASCHAL

West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
-f
Every accommodation and attention give o
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, 1880.-6ta


Dusuets graill, weiguiug 0700v% toula,


onions. an [Iffluraute pieDian, say "Jolin Nmith",


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


WIVEKLY 'PORT () TilE WEATHE.riE at ShTawl M. G. W lenidershot.---2nd Cabin, Master(
Gibbs' Hlill Light Station at Bkermud-, between the Gunner J. Aiescal, wife and 2 children, Color Sergt
'.7th March, and 3rd April 1881 : heiht above the Fielding, wife and 1 child, Sergts Nelly and Prest'mn,
sea where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. Corporals Leighton and Hartney, Robert Richaidson, g
aud 16 distressed British Seamen.
a* r. In the Mail Steamer FlamborouzAh. on Friday last for
Dat New York :-Mr. and Mrs. Van Volkenburg and son,
1881 -.2 Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Bates, Master Bates, Mrs.
ar a 3 Alexander Turner and Miss Turner, the Misses
April al earks McLaren, Mrs. and Miss Wilkinson, Miss. Hosley,
prNoon .3 a Mrs. Watson, Miss Kent, bliss Maud Rollins, Miss
Non Farnham, Miss S. L. Stephens, Mliss Stephenson,
.. .-- Captain Cousins, Captain Costallo, (Italian Barque
28 wNw 660 60' 29-730 0-04 Pine, cl'dy, hazy Jose Marie) Messrs. Theo. Litheral,. A. B. Judd,
29 w 465 61 29-950 0-00 Fine C. L. Nettleton, N. M. Baleson, W. F. Leghton,
30 SSE 663 61 29-530 0*05 Thick, rainy C. C. Merriman, H. G. Challenor, HI. Mason, G. A.
31 wsw 663 61 29'400 0*83 Sq'ly, heavy guests Stephenson and H. V. Pearman.-Second Class, John
1 w 6 63 62 29-600 0-16 Fine, hazy Hayward, C. N. Gibbons and.George Smith.
2 w 7 60 6 29560 000 Cold, squally The S. S. Crosby," Capt. Evans, which left this
3 w 559 57 29-840 0-15 Fine, cold, cloudy on the 31st ult., for Philadclphia returned and pro-
, Monday Morning.-The weather continues very stor- needed to Grassy Bay on Saturday last, with tiller
my, the Barometer very unsteady. carried away, steering apparatus injured (and the Cap-
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. tain fears the rudder also), boats smashed and sundry
other damages. The captain reports that after the
tiller was carried away, the ship was at the mercy of
p j the sea, which was terrific, and the safety of the vessel
,* ,;t.4 s' ,s,-, Ul and all on board can only be attributed tothe admirable
way in which the vessel steered herself; had she fallen
--= off into the trough of the sea she must have foundered.
Hfamilton, april 5, 1881. -Aplication has been made, we believe, at the Royal
SNavy Yard for assistance, as the repairs necessary
are beyond the appliances of private Establishments
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, here.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
COLONIAL ECRETARY' OFFICE, The S. S. "Deronda," Capt. Kennorley, from Bona,
4TH APRIL, 1881. Algeria, out 20 days, bound to Philadelphia, with
H IS EXCELLENCY THE ( GOVERNOR 18,000 tons of iron ore, anchored at Grassy Bay yes-
has been pleased to appoint terday. The "D." has called for coil. The Captain
reports experienced severe westerly gales during the
Capt. Thomas Barnardiston, I.N., whole passage.-Agents, J. T. Darrell & Co.
Captain in Charge of Naval Establishments, The Steamnr Ceto hence at London on the 15th ul-
Ireland Island, to boea JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 'imo, and was to leave on return on the 21st.
for these Islands The Steamer Neptuno, of same line, was to leave
or tese slands.Lend n for Bermuda on the 4th May.
By tie Excellency's Command, The steamer Sea Queen, Kelly, hence at Kingston,
R. E. WEBSTER Jamaica, on 18th uitimo, in 6.days.
Colonial Secretary II. M. S. Fantome, Commander Karslake, arrived
Colonial ecrery. on Friday last from Barbados.
--- -- H. M. S. Druid may be expected to-day from Ja-
Court of General Assize. maica.
lEaster Term 1881 The following Ships-of-war left Port Royal, Jamai-
4rn APRIL, 1881. ca, on the 12th ultimo :-Contest, 3, for Nassau, N.P ;
Blanche. 12, for the Spanish Main ; Flamingo, 4, out-
The usual Assize Service was held at Trinity ports; Forrester, 4, Mosquito Coast.
Church at 11 o'clock, when the Rev. MARK JAMES
preached an appropriate sermon, taking as his text H.M.S. Northampton, Flagship, Capt. Drummond,
The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath was taken into the Dock Bermuda" at the Royal
of the Almighty hath given me life." Job xxxIIi 4. Naval Yard on Tuesday last. She entered the Dock
The Rev. R. 0. YEARSLEY read the prayers. in fine style-not the slightest check or irregu-
On the assembling of the Court after the service larity occurring. She had nothing removed from
the Grand jury was impanelled and ORVILL COOPER, her with the exception of some explosive matter,
Esquire, was chosen Foreman, being, otherwise, as she came from sea.
His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE then addressed the It is expected that the Northampton will be about
Grand Jury and congratulated them that there a fortnight in dock.
WA f t vrw ovw m. UL .i,Ut, i J. f til bt, tt nf t


were a very tew cases torUiA bli, UHU regre tueaa. e lau
there was more than one case of assault, one case
being of a very violent character. His Honor then
briefly adverted to one or two of the leading points
in the cases as gathered from the Depositions. He
mentioned that in some of the cases the prisoners
were said to have been drunk, but told them that
drunkenness, in the eye of the law, is no excuse for
crime but rather an aggravation of the offence. His
Honor concluded his charge by reminding the
Grand Jury that it was their duty to find a True
Bill as soon as a primafacia case was made out to
their satisfaction, and to leave the details to be gone
into at length in Court.
We understand that there are eight criminal
cases for trial, none of which are likely to be very
long, so that the criminal business will probably be
disposed of this week, in which case the Court will
adjourn to the 18th instant for the Civil Session.
The following indictment was laid before the
Grand Jury by S BROWNLOW GREY, Esq., Attor-
ney General.
The Queen vs Frederick Wilson. House breaking
and larceny. True Bill. Tried and found "Not
Guilty."
Court Adjourned to this morning at 10 o'clock.

LIST OF JURORS
Returned to Serve at.,the Court of General
Assize, 'Easter Term 1881.
St. Georges.-George Spurliung, Manassah Smith,
William Taylor, Thomas William Foster, Fred-
erick Jones, Samuel Seward Toddings.
Hamilton.-Eldon Harvey Trott, John Brownell
North, Daniel Bascomb, Thomas Furbert, Julian
Irvin Wilkinson, Richard Davis Doe,
Smiths.-Benjamin Abraham Williams, Joseph
Thomas Webb, William Isaac Smith, Matthew
Ritchie Smith, Mortimer Outer'bridge, Henry
Thomas Tucker.
Devonshire.-John Nelson Hollis, Nathaniel James
Robinson, Clarkson Tynes, John Thomas Stone,
Thomas Thaddeus Robinson, Eugenius Foggo
Zuill..
Pembroke.-Robert Tucker Ingham, William Cox,
John Greenslade, William Black, John Atkins
Payne Pitt, Thomas Grier.
Paget.-William Young, William Sanford Doe, Jr.,
James Eaten Butterfield, Benjamin James, James
Harvey Trimingham, Joseph Hinson.
Warwick.-Charles Vincent Ingham, William Ro-
bert White, James Adolphus Williams, John
Francis Cooper, George Frith, William Joseph
Kempe.
Southampton.--Orville Cooper, Robert Henry Saun-
ders, Robert Thaddeus Basset, Adolphus Vigi-
lious Smith, Thomas Simmons, Edward Ward
Hill.
Sandys.-George William Young, Robert Henry
Young, John Burnett, William Nusum, Thomas
Seymore, Israel Wilson.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
March 29-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst,
New York ; assorted cargo.-Agents Trott & Cox.
31-Schr N. E. Symonds. Keene, New York; assorted
cargo to J. T. Darrell & Co.
April 4-Schr Kestrel, Whaiten, Turks' Islands ; salt
&c., to S. A. Masters.
Steamer Crosby, Evans, from sea.
Steamer Deronda, Kennerley, Bona, Algeira, with iron
ore, bound to Philadelphia; put in for coal.--Agents,
J. T. Darrell & Co.
CLEARED.
March 29-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York.
31-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whithurst, New
York ; 234 bls potatoes, 4,530 boxes onions, 2,222
boxes tomatoes, 126 boxes beets, 1 box broken win-
dows, 13 pkgs wet cotton, 23 bdls rope & canvass.
CUSTOM HOUSE ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED
March 30-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica;
Mails and Seneral cargo.-Agent, J. M' Hayward.
CLEARED.
March 32-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax;
Mails.
A schooner from New York to Mr. J. F. Burrows
anchored in Grassy Bay late last evening.
PASSENGERS.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough this morning
from New York :-Rev. S. J. Nagle, Dr. M. E. Nagle,
Captain Barnardiston, E.N., Mrs. B3arnardiston, Miss
Barnardiston, and 3 servants, Mr. and Airs. L. Little-
jolm Mr. and Mrs. kl. Van Volkenhurg and son, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Wallack, Miss Schmidt, Messrs. G. L.
Hovey, C. B. Furman, 11. V. Furman, G. 1. Hobson,
W. M. Bateson, T. J. Jones, George S. P. Phelan, IR.
Shipman, H. Mason, M. W. Smith, J. F. Thorneton,
and M. Rider,-Second Cabin, George Brown, John
W. Moran, Samuel Martin.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha, on Thursday last, for
Ialifax-Lieuts. Bryan and Evans, 101st Regt. Miss


Captain Thomas Barnardisten, R. N., successor
to Captain J. Moresby, R.N., as Captain-in-Charge
of the Royal Naval Establishments, Ireland Is-
land, came passenger from England via New York
in the Mail Steamer "Flamborough" on Tuesday
last. Captain B. assumed charge on Friday last,
the 1st April.

Captain J. Moresby, R.N., after a service of
three years as Captain Superintendent of the Royal
Naval Establishments in Bermuda, was succeeded
in his highly important command on Friday last
by Captain Barnardiston. Captain Moresby's re-.
moval from the Naval Yard is a source of much
regret, not only among the many officers of the
various departments under his supervision, but also
among the subordinates, as he ever had in view
the interests and comforts of those serving under
him.
During his tenure of office Captain Moresby has
on two occasions at least had his patience severely
taxed, viz., in 1878, during the hurricane in the
autumn of that year, when the Dock was tilted for
repairs, and during the hurricane of August 30,
1880, when his personal exertions did much to
further the efforts made to preserve the valuable
property entrusted to his charge.
The commercial community of Bermuda feel
greatly indebted to Captain Moresby, and wish him
every success in this life, for his invariable kind-
ness in affording them aid in accomplishing repairs
to disabled vessels, especially to steamers, which
could not otherwise be effected at Bermuda.
Captain Moresby has not only aided the com-
mercial community as above referred to, but has
also given another proof of his desire to enlighten
the inhabitants by presenting to the Bermuda Mu-
* seum some interesting specimens of war, working
and fishing apparatus, as well as of the dress of the
,inhabitants of Papua or New Guinea.
A special and new interest in Captain Moresby's
able and valuable work on New Guinea will be
one result of the kind present. The following is a
list of the articles presented :
Stone Axe, Stone Tomahawk,
Wooden Shark Hook,
Wooden Fish Hook, slightly broken,
Bone Tusk Fish Hook,
Dudongo Tooth, I
Ear Ornament, omen'sdress.
Breast Ornament, ( omen's dress.
Seed Necklace, J

s6th (Royal County Down) Regt.
The Headquarters of the 86th Regiment arrived
at Prospect on Tuesday last. The following is
now the distribution of the Regiment :-
Prospect (Headquarters), Band and 4 Companies,
and following Officers-Lieut.-Col. Adams, Major
Gray, Captains Chatfield, Stuart (Acting Brigade
Major), and Graham; Lieuts. Haggard (Adjutant),
Seton, Gaussen, Swaine, Allen and Welman, and
Quartermaster Cleary.
At St. George's (3 Companies), Major Macken-
zie, Captains Sir Guy Travers and Jackson, Lieuts.
Selby-Smyth, Stewart and L. Welman.
At Ireland, Bt. Major Crofton and Lieut. Scott-
Plummer.
By Mr. Childers' scheme for the re-organization
of the army the 86th lose their old title of Royal
County Downs" and become Royal Irish Rifles,"
their uniform being changed to dark green. It is
not expected this change in the uniform will take
place until the 1st April, 1882, as the Regiment
has just received its clothing for the present finan-
cial year.-

From the West Indies and South
America.
The R. M. Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell, ar-
lived on Wednesday last 'from Jamaica, bringing
our usual exchanges from the Islands and some
interesting news from South America. The Alpha
had a fair passage; strong breezes for about 24
hours before reaching43ermuda.
Captain Crowell will please accept our thanks
for special files of Jamaica papers.

BERMUDA HUNT FIXTURES.


MEET AT 3-30 P.m.


FImsIss.


Saturday, } The Flatts .......Mount Langton.
Tuesday, I Prospect Cricket The Flatts.
?April 12 f Ground Ihe l
Tuesday, Warwick Camp Col. Macdonneli's,
'April 19 a Wai amp.. Paget.
Thursday,) The Yacht Club, odlands.
April 28 Hamilton Woodlands.


W LADY MCLICNToCz regrets that she will be
unable to receive her friends on Saturday next
April 9th

The Wallack Tripologue at Mechan-
ics' Hall Last Night,
His Excellency the Governor patronised the En-
tertainment. One of the most refined and delight-
ed audiences that perhaps has ever assembled in
Bermuda greeted the return last night of Mr. Wal-
lack after an absence of many years. Lady Laffan,
Miss Laffan, Mrs. Bigelow, IMiss Carpenter, accom-
panied by Lieut. Carpenter, A.D.C., were present.
Wallack's high reputation and name is well re-
membered as a great and versatile artist when he
was in the zenith of fame and popularity, giving
the whole performance himself many nights, pour-
traying an endless number of characters, which not
only amused at the time, but have left a lasting
remembrance of the naturalness, wonderful skill
and dexterity in instantaneously changing indivi-
duality, voice and entire appearance. Time has
deal leniently with Watty; on the stage he has
lost none of his buoyant spirits, and has all the
nimble gait and elasticity of youth to all appear-
ance he possessed some thirteen years ago.
The performance last night had an extra charm ;
it was the debut of Fannie Wallack, the Prima
Donna. This estimable Lady has an elegant ap-
pearance, nature having liberally bestowed a lovely
face and figure, and, adorned with an exquisite
toilet, at once won favor with the public. Fannie
Wallack's voice is a pure soprano, highly culti-
vated, full, round, and completely at the fair can-
tatrice's command, executing with artistic nicety
and exactness the most difficult florid passages,
with the power of dwelling with clearness and bell.
like sound on the upper E. Her rendering of the
scena from I1 Barbiere di Sevilia, Una Voce poco
fa," received a complete ovation, and bouquets were
liberally thrown to the songstress.
Mr. Rider, an excellent actor, also appeared. He
accompanied Mr. Wallack when last here. The
Wallacks and this gentleman form the Tripologue
Troupe, which for many years has been most popu-
lar in the British Colonies and the Southern States
of America.
The programme last night commenced with the
Comedy entitled "The Irish Heiress," followed by
a Musical Melange, and concluded with "Tortur-
ing Turtles." The acting of all was artistic in the
extreme, the costuming magnificent, and the whole
performance throughout given with such skill and
smoothness that it won instant success.
The Tripologue may calculate on large patron-
age for many nights. Our space forbids a detailed
notice, but our friends can visit the Mechanics'
Hall next Thursday, where an entire change can
be seen, as announced in another column, and cri-
ticize for themselves. We ensure them a gratify-
ing treat.


OFFICE OF THE QUEBEC STEAMSHIP
COMPANY,
NEW YORK, BBRMUDA, AND WEST INDIA LINE,
A. Emilius Outerbridge & Co., Agents,
No. 29, Broadway, New York, March 24, 1881.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
MR. EDITOR,-Enclosed we beg to hand you a
list of sales at auction on the 22nd instant of the
leases of various Piers on the North and East
Rivers the previous leases for said piers being about
to expire. You will note that the Quebec S. S.
Co. in order to retain the only pier offered on the
North River suitable for landing Bermuda Produce
have been compelled to lease their pier from the
Department of Docks for five years, at an annual
rental of seventeen thousand two hundred dollars,
in addition to the cost of building the shed. Seve-
ral piers of sufficient size could be obtained on the
East river at one third the rental but the entire
trade in Bermuda and Southern Produce being lo-
cated on the North River, the Quebec S. S. Co.
have undertaken this enormous task, namely to
facilitate the Bermuda Produce interests. No ob-
ligation to land produce on the North River exists
and had the Company taken a pier on the East
River the loss of sales, and extra cartages, &c.,
would have made a very serious reduction in
the returns to shippers of Bermuda Produce. It
will, no doubt, be a satisfaction to those interested
in the trade of Bermuda to know that for several
years they are assured of a suitable and permanent
landing place for their valuable crops, and we trust
you may find space in the "Gazette" to publish
this information.
We are, Sir,
Your obedient servants,
A. EMILIUS OUTERBRIDGE & CO.,
Agents Q. S. S. Co., New York.
The Prices quoted in the New York Herald of the
23rd instant, referred to by Mr' Outerbridg for Piers
and Bulkheads sold at auction on the previous
day-those on the North River are given:
Pier (new) 47, and bulkhead southerly, Quebec
Steamship Company, 5 years............ $14,000
Bulkhead along easterly side of approach to piers
(new) 46 and (new) 47, same parties, same pe-
riod ... ............................... 3,200

CHILIAN AND LIMA TROUBLES
From the Jamaica Dispatch, March 25.
According to advices received by the Nile from
Colon the arrangement for the establishment of a
Provisional Government under Senor Calderon had
fallen through, and the Chilians positively refused
to treat with Pierola, the Dictator, who was in the
interior, and it is said was willing to approach a
point near Lima it the Chilians would negotiate
with him. Meanwhile the Chilians have selected
50 Peruvian residents of Callao and Lima from
whom they demand $20,000 silver each per month,
or $1,000,000 among them nll, and in failure of
payment -tboy promise to destroy monthly three
million dollars in value in property, and they are
likely to keep their word.

AMERICAN AND CHILIAN DIFFICULTY.-Some lit-
tle difficulty is also reported as having arisen be-
tween the Americans and Chilians. It appears that
some sailors of the U. S. War-ship Lackawana,"
Captain Gillies, had got drunk during their leave
on shore in Lima. They were locked up in the
Callaboose." The following morning an officer
was sent on shore to procure their liberation, and
pay any fine inflicted by the authorities. Oh
going to the office of Colonel Lynch-the Com-
mandant of the City-a-the American officer was re-
ceived most offensively and told by the Colonel to
go away. He returned on board and reported to
his Captain what had taken place. Captain Gil-
lies then went on shore himself. On repairing to
the office of Colonel Lynch, to whom he explained
the object of his visit, he also was treated in an
equally indignant manner. A few days passed
when fortunately the Pensacola," the U. S. Flag-
ship of Admiral Stephens arrived, which vessel
was at once boarded by Cabtain Gillies, who re-
ported what bad taken place to the Admiral.
Thereupon the flaps of the several nationalities
were saluted by the Pensacola"-Chili alone being
excluded. The occurrence was then placed in the
hands of the American Consul by the Admiral who
in turn has transmitted particulars of the gross in.-
suit to Washington, and the affair now rests be-
tween the Amuerican and Chilian Governments.
Our advices add that Colonel Lynch had left Lima.
It is presumed the Chilian G6vcrnment have re-
moved him in anticipation of despatches from the
American Government.


PEACE WITH TI'E BOERS.
In our Extra GaZette of Tuesday last-issued
Immediately on the arrival of the Mail Steamer
Flamborough from New York-we laid before our
readers the conditions of peace definitely agreed on
between Sir Evelyn Wood, the British Command-'
er, and the Boers. These conditions we deem it
right, for more easy reference, to copy into our
regular issue to. day.

PEACE WITH THE BOERS -HONORABLE
TERMS-SELF -GOVERNM ET CONCEDED.
LONDON, March 22.-In the House of CommorS
this afternoon Mr. Gladstone, replying to a ques.
tion by Sir Stafford Northcote, said the Govern-
ment had received a telegram from General Sir
Evelyn Wood stating that an arrangement had
been made with the Boers, who substantially accept
the British conditions. The conditions, Mr. Glad-
stone said, are the suzerainty of the Queen, British
control of foreign relations and the establishment
of a British Resident at the future capital. The
Boers however are promised complete self-govern-
ment. A Royal commission-consisting of Gover-
nor-General Sir Hercules Robinson, General Sir
Evelyn Wood and Sir John de Villiers-will be
appointed to consider the position of the natives,
the regulation ol frontier affairs, and the question
whether any and what portion of the territory
eastward within a certain limit shall be severed
from the Transvaal. The conditions also provide
for the dispersal of the Boers forthwith and the
temporary maintenance of the British garrisons,
which, however, are not to interfere with local
affairs. General Wood promises not to advance
or send warlike stores into the Transvaal.
g The House received the announcement of the
terms'with prolonged cheering.
The Daily News this morning, March 23, says:--
"We understand that Sir Evelyn Wood's main
object in the negotiations with the Boers was to
obtain adequate guarantees for just treatment of
the natives, and that the chief duty of the royal
commission will be to devise measures for giving
full effect to this policy. A very important part of
their work will be the delimitation of the northern
and eastern frontiers of the Transvaal, whereby the
tribes which the Boers have vainly tried to subju-
gate will either recover their independence or enjoy
the protection of England. The British Resident
will be invented with the important function of the
protection of the natives living within the limits of
the territory. The Government have thus tried to
secure justice for both races."
The transports now on their way to Natal with
British reinforcements will be intercepted and will
be sent back without disembarking the troops, but
General Roberts and the troops with him will go on
to Natal.
A correspondent at Mount Prospect reports that
the royal commission will be appointed in June.

THE IMPENDING HELLENIC WAR.
LONDON, March 23.-The Daily News says : "We
understand that Turkey is willing to cede Crete if
no further demand is made on her, but declines to
cede any portion of the mainland.
A dispatch from Athens says : "In the debate
in the Chamber on the bill for the abolition of ex.
emption from military service, M. Tricoupis depre-
cated the measure as unnecessary. The present
systeon, he said, gave 80,000 men and enabled 30,-
S000 more to be called up on a declaration of war."
He added : "Both the Government and the Oppo-
sition consider war ineviable, and are aware that
the above numbers will be insufficient if Greece is
unsupported, but it is impossible, after the publica-
tion of the last English Blue-book, ta doubt that
England will abide by the decision taken at Berlin
provided Greece remains trne to herself. England
certainly will not assume the initiative, but it
Greece takes the lead England will assuredly give
her support." M. Tricoupis declared himself per-
suaded that if Greece went to war she would ob-
tain the boundary line fixed at the Berlin Confer-
ence. The Premier, in reply, urged the adoption
of the bill, because, though war might not be Ine-
vitable, it was very near. He could neither affirm
nor deny the deductions drawn from the Blue-
book. It may be noted that these deductions are
probably based on English dispatches maintaining
that the opening of negotiations about the frontier
did not do away with the decision of the Berlin
Conference.

A CRECKET MATCH will be played (weather per-
mitting) on the garrison ground at Prospect, on
Thursday and Friday next, between the Royal
Engineers, and the 86th Royal Regt. By kind
permission of Lieut.-Col. Adams and Officers, the
Band of the 86th Regt., will perform on Friday
on the ground, commencing at 3'30 pm.

We are pleased to notice by the New York
flerald of the 23rd ultimo, that T. J. Jones,
son of the late T. M. Jones, Esqr., of these Islands,
received the degree of graduate in Pharmacy, at
the fifty-first annual meeting of the College ot
Pharmacy which took place in Chickering Hall,
New York, on the evening of the 22nd.

I ?We are gratified to notice in the London Gazette of
the 4th March the appointment as Surgeon in HerI
Majesty's Fleet, with seniority of the 26th Febru.
l ary last, of Horatio Septimus Richard Sparrow,
fourth son of the late Dr. Robert P. R1 Sparrow,
R.N.

Five Deacons and six Priests were ordained by
the newly elected Bishop, Nuttall, at his first or-
dination service on the 20th March ultimo, at the
Parish Church, Kingston, Jamaica.
The Lesseps Canal Company are already making;
arrangements in Barbados and Jamaica for obtain.
ing labourers to work at the canal. Thous-
ands will he wanted. A report from Panama had
reached Jamaica that the cashier of the Canal
Company had taken French leave, and to make
bis ways smooth took with him a sum of money
variously stated at from four to twenty thousand
dollars belonging to the Company.


The Acting Commissary of taxation for the
county of Essequibo Demerara-W. B. Elliott-has
been arrested by the constabulary on a charge of em-
bezzling public funds. The prisoner is said to be
the nephew of Colonel Elliott, the Inspector of the
Prisons of the Colony, but at present absent in
Barbados.
Mr. Gladstone gave notice in the House of Com-
mons that he would introduce the Budget on the
4th April (yesterday), and the Land Bill for Ire-
land on the 7tb. The House would adjourn for
the Easter recess on the 8th. The second reading
of the Land Bill is fixed for the 25th Inst.
London news states that it was agreed by the
late English Government to overlook the action of
the French with regard to Tunis on condition thai
France would not oppose the annexation of Cyprus.
Mr. Gladstone intends to reduce the income tax
by one penny.
The steamer Leopard, the first of the sealing fleet,
arrived at St. Johns, N.F., March 2.2, with 15,000,
Sa full load, and reports good fishing. Fifteen
steamers were jam :ned in the ice at Green Bay.
The imports from the West Indies into the Unit-
ed States increased from $81,208,662 in 1879 to
$91,614,077 in 1880, and the exports to the West
Indies increased from $28,972,258 in 1879 to $31,-
' 485,090.


fAIL.s.-.Mails will be made lip It ko iost
Office Hamiltoii, thin-day at one p.m., to be for-
ivarded by the Screw Steamer "Deronda" leaving
for Philadelphia.

INAND MAIIS-We omitted to mention in our
last issue that the afternoon mails close at the
respective Post Offices at 4 instead of at 3 o'clock.
The Hamilton mail to St. George's travels both
going and returning, on the northern route.
The St. George's Mail to Hamilton, both going
and returning travels by the southern route.

BIRTH, oh Monday, 4th April., at Her Majesty's
Dockyard, MRts. MOUNT, of a DAUGHTER*

DIED, at the residence of Mrs. Mary L. S. Wash-
ington, Paget, yesterday morning,. aftet a painful illa
ness,, MADALiNE, wife of Simoti F. Rigby, Esqtlire,
Merchant, Turks' Islands, agod 41 years.
lW?" The funeral will take place, from her late re-
sidence, at 4 p m. this day, Tuesday. Friends and
acquaintances will please accept this invitation.
.......... in this Town on 25th March, JULTA FRAN-
CES, relict bf the late Joseph Francis Gibbons, and
eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel J. Canton, aged 42
years.
......... in Pembroke Parish, on Tuesday the 22nd
ultimo, at the residence of Mr. Ebenezer Bell, ErinE
Ross, infant daughter of F. 0. and Susie A. Braenti-
gamn, of New Jersey, aged 7 months.
........., at Grand Turk, on the 26th February, after
a short but painful illness, borne with Christian resig-
nation to the Divine will, REBECCA MODESTE, the
beloved wife of John N. Williams, aged '65 years
leaving a sorrowing husband, 3 sons, 3 daughters, 8
grandchildren, and several other relatives and friends
to lament their loss.-Turks' Islands Royal Standard,
March 5.


Stencil Plates.

Metal or Paper STENCIWOGS
Supplied at an hour's notice.
Also,
Stencil INK and BRUSlIIrS.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid $Sreet.
April 4th, 1881. -tf
T MH E manufractiurers of Sapolio wanted to
combine with I'RIDE OF Til E KITOH-
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, l.erce
the bad temper manifested.


Notice.

SPRODUC01D E S IPMENNSI'.

The Undersiined is prepared to Receive and
Ship consignments of

Bermuda Produce


By every opportunity,
To the Address of

'Messrs. Darrell 4'
83 Pearl Street. New York.


Co.,


Highest Market PIates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and settlements guaranteed.
W. T. J4MES._.
42 Front Street.
Ilami ton, 1st "larch, 1881-t*?m 3p

Notice to Growers of

iernuba Pro0uct.

"r'HE Undersigned offers his ser-
vices to forward PRODUCE to the
Consignment of
Silessr's. A. IRennett & Co',
NEW YORK,
During the Crop Season.
Account Sales will le returned with the usual
promptness, and at best rates obtainable.
STENCIL PLATES to meet requirements
of the new Low will be ordered on application.
SS. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 22nd March, 1881-3 3p

JVOTICE TO GRO WERS AiND
OWNERS OF

BERMUDA PRODUCE.
r HE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
tention to the forwarding of BERMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of

*fessr#. ohn *5 (<0,,
OF NEW YORK,
During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for Cost of Remitiance for neAt
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owutr of
the Goods.
The highest Market Rates will be. obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
All Packages of Produce must be marked with
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner
to comply with the new Law.
J. T. DARRELL &, OO
Hamilton, Bermuda, ,3p
Feby. 21, 1881.

Notice to Shippers.

r'-HE Undersigned having been appointed
AG ENT at Bermuda by IOBERT G.
LEiE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE'
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market,.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
JVH THN1E1 FE SEEY.
At i. F. COOFERL',
61 FRONT STREET.
Hamilton, Flby. let, 1881.-3p tf

V IGil Prices killed Sapolio. PRIDE OF
a 1 TH E K(ITCHEN has. succeeded to the
business.


SCows for Sale.
Apply to the A. D. C. at Mount Langton.
4 p)i- 5, 1881.-2 3p








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


U. PUBLIC A -toU r, Su0N

at 12 o'clock M.
On Thursday next, ON
the 7th inst., i
About 25 Dozen Superior At the Re



Belonging to Officers 99th Regt.,


Consisting of
tIIAMPAGNE, In Pints and Half Pints
SCLARET in Quarts (Chateau Margaux)
CLARET and HOOK, in Imperial Pints
SAUTERNE, in Quarts
The above was advertised for sale on Thurs-
day last but postponed on account of the
inclemency of the weather

20 BLS London Bottled ALE
4 Doz., each
20 Bls Bright Grocery SUGAR
20 Boxes Superior Layer RAISINS
10 Hal f Boxes Superior TEA
10 Druis Halifax CODFISH
5 Bis HAKE 200 lbs each
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
5 Boxes Superior SOAP
3 Hhds English ALE
Kits Cod TONGUES and SOUNDS
MACKEREL and BASS
95 Gross Comb MATCHES
2 Pair Porters TRUCKS
3 Bis Pilot BREAD
3 Bags RICE
4 Buckets LARD 20 lbs each
5 Bls Jamaica COFFEE
50 Reams Note PAPER
And a large assortment of assorted
TIN WARE,
Amongst which will be found :
WASH BASINS Rinsing PANS
SDIPPERS assorted sizes
OUMS, Pie PLATES, Liquor MIXERS,
Kerogene Oil CANS for Family Use
fancy Oxydized Tea POTS Coffee POTS
GRATESS -LADLES and DIPPERS
HAMMERS and Can OPENERS
&6, &c., &c.
ALSO
ONE GOOD

.M1LCH COW,
B. W. WALKER & Co.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, April 4, 1681


Notice
To Farmers and Others.
Hl 11E Undersigned will Le prepared, as usual,
to forward Consignments of

BERMUDA PRODUCE
TO
Messrs. Z. P. LOOMIS & Co.,
95 BARCLAY STR EET, NEW YORK,
And will also purchase PRODUCE at lull
Cash Rates throughout the Season.
O(? Those needing 'TENCIL 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

SUGAR! SUGA R!
Barrels of Bright Grocery


Offered for Sale by the Undersigned.
J. T. DARRELL 4. CO.
llamilton, Bermuda, 2
March 28, 1881. 2 3(


Notice to the Public.
r|'HE attention of the Quebec Steamships
1 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 Transpoim free of
charge during 1881, all boxes containing young
Orange and Lemon Trees.
W. MOORE,
Manager, Quebec and New York.
A. E. OUTERBRIDGE, & Co.,
Agents, New York,
TROTT & COX.


Feby. 19, 1881.-6 3p.


Agents, Bermuda.


Notice
To Importers from New York.

A fi CLIPPER

SCHOONER
Will be Despatched from Nev


York for this Port


wV


On Saturday, 9th April
next.
FRt EIGHT will be taken to a limited extent
at the iate of 40 Cunts per Dry Barrel.
Engagetnent List open at Office of Under-
signed until Wednesday, 30th March.
Orders for Goods to be forwarded by New
York hlail hence on 31st inst.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamiltoun 22nd March, 1881.-2 3p


Th ne



A
1 SU
MUSIC a:
Mahogany
Easy, Din
MATTIN
CHINA,
Duplex an
Dish COV
BEDSTE
SELLZOC
1 Sewin
1 REFRI(
I* *Dn i r r


i Rival Si


tturt al-; Contrats.

PUBLIC AU TI tic to ui Others.
STT T7 A Uadgd- will 0eice Sealed Ten-
U J J d. res until 12 o'clk, N on, on
2th April, at 12 o'clock, M:,; O d o y 1 e 11th
msidence of Deputy Asst. Corny. Genl;. .
of Ordnance dAy of Apl, 81,
P T (R1 t ,rom Persons desii' o, Tendering to
ON REID STREET, ERECT A P HOUSE
Whole of his Household In the parish George
S, Specifications; Bills of entities and Plans
JI:J may be seen on applicatk'rh o Mr. S. Seward
S' Toddings, at his Offlcen between the hours
(* 1 of 12 o'clock, noon, and 1 o'clockr, p.m., daily,
Lmong which will be found: and from him any further-information may be
Obtained. ".
PERIOR Upright PIANO, i Tenders must be addressed to "The Over-
by Chappel, London seers of the Poor of St. Gobrges," and marked
nd BOOKS on the outside Tender/for erecting Poor
y and other TABLES House." '4
ing-room and other CHAIRS No Tender will be received. later than noon
G, 12 x 15 Grass HAMMOCK of tho llth April, proxim.no.
DELPH and GLASSWARE The Undersigned do no.guarantee that any,
id other LAMPS Tender will be accepted, .
ERSand BathTUBS By Order of the Pah'Vestry,
GENE and POWDERS S. C. RANKIN, |
ig MACHINE by Wilcock JOHN A. NEARON,
GERATOR PERAMBULATOR Overseers of the Poor of St. George's.
TOVE, No. 6 Kitchen Utensils i St. Georges, March 21, 1881.-3 Sp
-1, .1\ PAlAT


ounu me Englishn UUAL
1nd many other Articles that will appear at
the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, April 4th, 1881.

Wanted Immediately.
A thoroughly good IHOUSEMAID. Must
have lived ii that capacity before. -Also.
a WVA'SHlEIKVOMl N. Apply to
MRS. BARINARDISTON,
The Cottage,
April 5, 1881. Ireland Island.'

Notice


HAVING RECEIVEf) INSrTiUCTIONS
FROM
JMlessrs, E. 'P. Loom ish Co.,
95 ilarclay Street New York,
i To Solicit and Forward Consignments to them"
free of charge, at this Port, when prompt sales
at llighest New York prices, will be returned for
Cash Payments.
SSL SO
To purchase at full Market Hates through the
Season all kinds of Produce.
i Hoping our numerous Planting friends will
favor us with a ca!l b' fore disposing of their
I reduce.
STENCIL PLATES furnished to order.
B. W. WXALKERIt & CO.
25 Front Street.
r *i. I- I A .0 1


Hamilton, iiarcli 14, 188i.-2(m 3p alt.



THE U.NDERSIGAED
Will give his personal attention to the forward-
ing of

Bermuda Produce
TO TIlE NEW YORK MARKiT.
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
W. H. PENIST ON,
I 46 & 47 Frunt Street,
Hamilton.
April 5, 1881.-tf


Outerbridge Bros.,
Importing and Forwarding
Commission Merchants,
REID STREET, IIAMILTON.
Consignments made to first class Houses in
New Yoik, Philadelphia and London.
Full Market Rates paid for Produce through-
out the Season.
Advances made on Consignments.
Hamilton, April 41h, 1881.-tf

Paget Millinery.

Just Received, at the above Es-
tablishment,


Suitable for the coming Season,
Consisting of
Fashionable H A TS, Dress MATE-
RIALS, Kid GLOVES, &c., &e.
March 29th, 1881.-2 3p

Picked Up,
ON Saturday last, the 2nd instant, some dis-
tlance from the shore, at WVest End by
John It Swan, Branch Pilot, and his Crew, in
the Gig-boat Teazer,
I8S11PIS B04-17T,9
Bottom up, of white cedar, American build, 18
feet keel and 16 feet beam; had apparently
been in the water for some time, as she was
covered with barnacles.
JOHN R. SWNAN,
Branch Pilot.
Sometset, April 4th, 1881.-1
UlAVE you tried PRIDE OF THE
KITC tI N for scouring, cleaning and
polishing ? It is superior to Sapolio, and muuc4
cheaper.


Just in from London,
And Ready for Delivery,
Ladies Glove Kid, Butt,ned and -ide Elastic


Misses & Children's Leather Huttoned BIOOTS
( Gentlemen's Fine Quality'O,niiian SIO ( S
Gentlemen's Fine Qualityjanvass SHOE',
SLeatlcr trinorred, and l)0ind
Mea'q Fine Sewed Bhuiher I)OTA
Men's telavy !Iob-nai!ed INrnoral B0) OTS
Men's Iadia-Rubber-SoleJ 'Canvass Tread.
Easy" SHOES -
Infmnts' I' tent Le other, Bronze, Cream, Bllue
and Itedl Strapped PFaicy SHOES.
A LSO,
A good variety of Embroidered
and Plain

In all Colors.


Best Quality


AND, r
Oolong and Hyson


Trr.Is.
GE R GE EVE.
Reid St., Hamilton, -\p,'.i 5, I | l

Fresh Seeds.

Water MELON, Musk MELON,
CUCUMBER and other Seeds,
Just Received.
P.F.-Last year's Seeds given away free to
anyone that chooses to call for them.
KEROSENE ASTRAL Home LIGiIT
Cases Florida WATEit
Townsend's LIN[\I ENT for Neuralgia
Breeding CAGES for Birds
White Watr LILIES-BIJLB4
Choice SEGARS and TOBACCOS
Manilla CElROOTS SNUFF
Dr. Clark Johnson's INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
-wholesale and retail.
C. H. ROBI.NSOJV.
45 Front Street, Hlamilton, ,
5th April, 1881.
Colonist" once-next week.

Received,


Per Flamborough from Jew 1ork,
The undermentioned Superior

CARRIAGES and

HARNESSES,
Stock specially selected.
1 HANDSOME Coupe ROCK-
I -UH AWAY, 3 Spiings, to seat 4
I All-Leather Extension Top Park PViMEPON,
3 Springs, to seat 4
1 Canopy Top Ladies' Pony PI'lE 'ON, Lea-
ther Upholstered, 3 Springs, to seat 2, very
stylish
I All-Leather Top PHMETON, Leather Uphol-
stered, 3 Springs, to seat 2
1 Square Box Top BUGGY


Carriage& Buggy HARNESSES
Cart and Express H-ARNESSES
Carriage, Cart and Pipe COLLARS
Leather, Web and Rope []AL''ERS
Riding SADI)LES and BRIDLES
Horse RUGS Collar and Saddio PADS
Driving REINS Back Chains and Traces
Feed BAGS Stable B00.,O4 L,4
Ilarrness hOOKS &c., &c., &c.


ALSO,


In lumps of


5 to 30 lbs.


,OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
Apiil 4th, 1881.--3

Money,
IN various sums, to be put out on
satisfactory Real Securities.
Apply to.
R. D. DARRELL.
Hamilton, 5th April, 1881.-- 3p


MECHANICS' HALL.

Thursday, April 7.

Several Reserved Seats yet unsold at E. T.
Child's Jewellery Store, where the Plan
can be seen.
T[1E WALLACK



Patronised by all the Representatives of Roy-
alty in Her Majesty's Dominions.

FANNIE WALLACK,
The celebrated Prima Donna, hailed with im-
mense enthusiasm and lavishly greeted with
showers of floral tributes by the elite and
fashion of Bermuda.

WATTY WALLACK,
Cordially welcomed back after and absence of
twelve years; and
J. A. RIDER,
A Palpable Hit."
To commence with the elegant
Protean Comedy,


THE POOR SEA1STRESS.
CARLOTTA, the Costumiore
CARLOTTA, the Spanish Girl Fannie
CARLOTTA, the French Prima Donna Wallack
CARLOTTA, the Duellist
JACK QUAVEIRLY WADDLES ) Twin Brothers
HORACE WADDLE j J. A. lRider
VIVIAN WHITE, an Artist Watty Wallack

Followed by an entirely
NEW VOCAL OLIO.


S.


To conclude with the Musical
Burletta,

'A DAY AFTER THE FAIR
Introducing the Tripologue in fifteen rapid
i changes of impersonation.
v To commence at 8 p.m. Carriages ordered
at 10-30.
For further particulars refer to Programmes
in circulation.

Third Performance oni
SATURDAY, 9th April,
With an entire and brilliant change.

Lunatic Asylum.
W ANTED A MALE ATTENDANT. -
I v 'Wages 35, with Rations. For further
particulars apply to the MEDICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT.
ITE HENRY-J. IIINSON,
Medical Supt.
April 4th, 1881.-1

Oil Stoves.

Received another lot of those
Noan- Sx$xposIv e $''OV ES
Unsurpissed for durability, economy and s felty.
ALS(',


FASTER and Birthday CAR DIS
PICTURES and Picture FPRAM ES
Ladies' and Men's HATS
LAMPS with Illuminated Burners, &e.
Nickel Plated Students' L IMPS
BLANKETS and QUILTS
Patent IRONS and Common Sense COOKERS
&c., &c., &c., Cheap for Cash.
EBENEZER1 BELL.
No. I West Front Street,
Hamilton, April 4, 1881.--38 pd
A SK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIRDE OF
THlE KITCHEN, for scouring and clean-
ing. It is better than Sapolio, and only about
half the price.
For Sale,


Payable at end of present Crop Season.
Apply at Royal Gazatte" Office.
-Ian.ilton, April 5, 1881.


I NOTICE.


%It anWu *toutC
In Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
Hhds.


From the Celebrated Brewery of
lMessrs. LAND SON &CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
HALIFAX,
is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.


For Sale by


A. J. RICHARDSON,


Sole Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881..-3m 3p, 9m !ip.
UNCLAIMED LETTEriS IN THEPOS T it--
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, April 4, 18U1.
Barque A It Tucker, Schr Aicyone, M H Bulley,
MrsE Bell, Mrs M C Bruwn, Thos Chandler, Miss
QCovill, Miss Carrie Jackins, J W A Knox, (T'ele-
graph Steamer Dacia.) Mrs .1lcK nncy, John Shor-
ten, Josh V Smith, Wilijim II Tucker, "Villiam
Thompson, Eliis Trott, Periet T Trott, Charles
Vicviers.


BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS'ISLANDS. I
Bly His Excellency Ml/.-General
[L.S.M.] fR ROiBERT MICHAEL
R]. A. Iaffan, LAFFArR.E.,K.C.M ".,
Ma. -Gnl.' ?Governor, & Commander-in-
aj.-Gn., Chief, in and over these Is-
Governor t Co(n- lands, &c., c., &c.
mander-in- Chief.

'- 1 roclamation.
TW HEREAS this present COLONIAL PARLIA-
MENT stands prorogued to Thursday,
the Seventh day of April, instant, I have
thought fit further to prorogue and do hereby
further prorogue the said Colonial Parliament
to THURSDAY, the Twelfth day of May naxt,
of which as well the Members of the Legisla-
tive Council as the Members of the House of
Assembly are hereby required to take notice
and to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the
Great Seal of these Islands
this 4th day of April, A.D.,
188!, and in the 44th year
of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His E cellency's Commard,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
SHAMILTON, 7THI FEBRUARY, 1881.
T HE Act. No. 27of Session II of 1880-1-
An Act to provide for' the Marking of
all Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands"-is printed in the
Royal Gazette" for general information, in
conformity with the requirement of the 3rd
Section of the said Act.
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
AN ACT to provide for the Marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped
from these Tslands.
[t8 January, 1881.]
WHEREAS considerable loss and incon-
venience has arisen from the practice of Ship-
ping Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, and other
vegetables from these Islands to other Markets,
without the name of the owner, or other dis-
tinguishing mark being thereon, to enable
fraudulent packers to be discovered and punish-
ed, and it is deemed expedient to put a stop
to the said practice:
We, therefore, &c., be it enacted, &c.:
I. If any person shall offer for sale any
Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, or other vege-
tables in such packages as are usually used
for the shipment of such vegetables by vessels
for other markets, without the initials of the
christian name and surname in full of the
owner being branded or .marked in paint or
ink or other material not easily removed there-
on, in distinct and legible letters of not less
than half an inch in length, every such offend-
er shall, on conviction before any Justice of
the Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceed-
ing ten shillings as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with the costs, and in default
of payment to be levied by distress in like
manner as debts not exceeding three pounds
may be recovered, and if any person so con-
victed shall again commit a similar offence,
every such offender shall on. any subsequent
conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not ex-
ceeding one pound as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds may
be recovered:
Provided, that nothing herein contained
shall be construed to apply to any person who
shall offer for sale any Potatoes, Onions, To-
matoes, Melons, Pumpkins, or other veget-
ables, in open packages, or bags, for consump-
tion in these Islands.
II. If any person shall purchase or ship, or
cause to be shipped,. any Potatoes, Onions,
Tomatoes, or other vegetables in such pack-
ages as are usually used for the shipment of
such vegetables by vessels from these Islands
for other markets, without the full initials of
the christian name and surname of the owner
being branded or marked in paint or ink or
other material not easily removed thereon, in
distinct and legible letters of not less than
half an inch in length, every such offender
shall, on conviction before any Justice of the
Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
forty shillings as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds may
be recovered, and if any person so convicted
shall again commit a similar offence, every
such offender shall, on any subsequent convic-
tion, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
three pounds, as to the Justice shall seem meet,
together with costs, and in default of payment
to be levied by distress in like manner as debts
not exceeding three pounds may be recovered.
III. It shall be the duty of the Colonial Se-
cretary to require this Act to be printed in the
Royal Gazette on the first Tuesday of every
o month during the first six months after it shall
go into operation.


IV. This Act shall go into operation on the
first day of February, 1881, and continue in
force until and through out the last day of July,
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two.
UN L\[MED LEiTERS IN THE POST OF.
FlOE HAMILTON, 4li April, 1881.
Edward F As'wood. George Arms'ror,,, Charles
Burge:s, J Bree, J F Bceche, CatherineE [Iean,
Mary Ann Bassett,'Richard D Bean, J T Crnrnp'on,
Mrs F G Campbbr'. 0 CCorfin, Mary Cuoper,
William Carro!, RJ i. Edward )Dickpnson, 'W
Duke, Al Deipson, C F Darrell, Susan F Eve, Mary
G Eve, Joze Fereira, Francisco S Felipo, M.rs J \V
Gibbons, William H iGilbert, lane Gilbert, Francisco
Ignacio, Ellen Keyl, Mrs J Kennedy, Geotge, Mar-
tin, Miss F Mackay, Ann A Moton, Reginald P.-ar-
man. Thomas R P.y;t,"r, Isabella Rl.ilinann, Mrs
F H Robinson, Jlno WV mi'h, B.-nji if Smith,
Richard Smith, Bvi jnmini Simons, James Stowe, J
H Sheafe, Benj amin Swan, Peter Saunders, Edward
Senhouse, N.hban Sc.,. John T1' rot, Eliz ,beth
Jaiwi Trou, I.lniis 'nuck'.er, Josi,'h Tucker, J F
'Fucker, lHBjariiin 'ro;t, R 'I hompson, Ei.z-ibeth M
Tucker, Ann Virgi,, Susan Williams, H( ury WVil.
liams.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


- ----- -


AFGHAN VWA LXi'EN'E;.
L,?;INW, March 16.--n10 the House o0 Conmmn,;S
to-day, Mr. Ghiidtone, in Committee of Supply,
moved a vcte of 500,000 for the Afghan war. iHe
said the 3,000,000 forming the cash part of Eng-
land's contribution of 5,000,000 to the Afghan
war expenses--of which 2,000,000 is to be met
by the remission of debt due by India-will be paidr
to India in similar half-yearly grants. Mr. Glad.
stone explained that the vote does not involve any
question of Afghan policy. Sir Stafford Northcoto
assented to the vote of 500,000 for the Afghan
war expenses, reserving the right to discuss the
principle involved at a later formal stage. The
vote of 500,000 was then carried without division,
as was also a vote on account of two months' sup-
plies for the civil service, to be included in next
year's budget.
POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.-The Cen-
sus Bureau, Washington, has just issued a Bulletin
giving in detail the total population of the United
States classified by race. It shows the population
to be 50,152,866, of which 43,404,876 are white and
6,577,151 are colored. The number of colored
persons to each 100,000 whites is 15,153, against
14,528 in 1870. The greatest proportion of colored
to white is in South Carolina. where three-fifths of
the whole are colored. In Louisiana and Miss-
issippi from one-half to three-fifths are colored.
In Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Geor-
gia, North Carolina and Virginia the colored form
one-third to one-half of the total. In Arkansas
and Tennessee one-fourth to one-third of the total
population are colored. The least proportion
among the former slave States is in West Virginia,
where there are but 4,355 to 100.000 whites, and in
Missouri, where there are but 7,168. Outside of,
the former slave States the proportion of negroes is
very small.
Major General Upton, of the United States Army,
ormnitted suicide during his sleep. A writer in
the New York Ilerdd of the 18th inst., states that
General Upton had been in the habit for years ol
sleeping with a loaded revolver within reach, and
it is supposed that while dreaming he put out his
hand, seized the revolver and shot himself.
William Hurr, an Ottawa Indian, has just been
ordained by a Baptist Council in the Indian Terri-
tory. Gray Eyes, the Chief of the Sacs and Foxes.
asked for Mr. Hurr as a missionary to his people,
"Sends us," he said, "an Indian on whom we can
depend ; then we will hear him."


A CARD.


lTHE .Undersigned respectfully directs the
E attention of the MI ilC!IANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fNct that for some years past
he has teen connected with the IHouse of
H. R. & F. B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturers of Food
Products,
West lBroadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of ihat Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
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. MINICK,
With 11. K. & F. B1. T'IURHERl & CO.,
New York City.


December 21,


SPAIN,
EGYPT,
CANADA,
GREECE.


1880.-12m1n


2m I '













l.

F L, E E T
ITALY,
FRANCE,
ENGLAND,
THE QUEEN,


9
DENMARK,
HOLLAND,
JIELVETIA,
ERIN.


PROPOSED SAILINGS,
(Subject to Change.)

LIVIERPOOL LIN [;.


From Liverpool.
England, Wed. March. 2
Helvetia, 9
Spain, 16
Italy, 23
Erin, 30
England, Apl. 6
Helvetia, 13
Spain, 20
Italy, 27
Erin, May 4


To Liverpool.
Sat., Mar. 19, 7-30 a.m.
26, 2 p.m.
April 2, 7-30 a.m.
9, 1-80 p.m.
16, 6-30 a.m.
23, 1 p.m.
30, 6 a.m.
May 7, 1130 a.m.
14, 5 a.m.
21,11-30a.m.


LONDON LINE.
From London. To London.
Greece, Wed. Mar. 2 Wed. Mar. 23,11-30 am
*Holland, Sat. Mar. 19 Thurs. Al). 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, 9-30 a.m.
The tennmers Holland and Denmark will
not carry Passengrrs.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $o0 to $60.
Exeirt.ionr Tickets $110 to $1-20 Liverpool.
$100 to $110 London.
Steerage passage $2l(.
For further information apply 7at thle Com-
pany's Ollices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Bro..dway,
New York.
F. W. J. ItURIST,


Manager.


New York, 3rd March, 1881.


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f[TADE MARK.] V
SDyspepsia, Liver
L Diseases ,Fever
8A e, lh euma-
tism, Dropsy,
a E S ema r .Disease,
Biliousness, Nejrvous Debility, etc.
The Bet IEMEDY KNOWN to Man I
,000000 Bottles
SSOLD SINCE 18'70.
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties."
It Stimulates the PtyaIlne In the Saliva.
which converts the Starch and Sugar of the
food Into glucose. A deficiency in Ptyaline
caunnes VWind and Sourlan. of the food in the
; stomach. If the mnedticins i taken immedt.
ntely after eating the lcaxtmentation of food
is prevented.
vt acts ullon the liver.
It acts upon the Kidneys.
1t Aeg'alates the Bawels.
i t Purifles the Blood.
It Oliuets the Nervous System.
it; i 0'omotes Migestion.
I: ANirishes, Strengthens and Invigorates.
),t carries off the Old IBlood and makes new.
ylt pens the aIores of the skin and Induces
.X&eioLhy Perspiration,
S t neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison int thei
olood, vhich generates Scrofula, Erysipclas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. n
There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
it can be taken by the most dalicato babe, or by the
i aged and feeble, care only bdcm required in attention to
j dire ctios.gc
) CATARRAH CURED.
SDEAR SIR,-I have usrd your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with prfat slat, faction anrl relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could
gpt no relief, until I commenced using cthe BLOOD
SYRUP. I w-is about to give it up because irime.
diatfly after taking it mnadciu mo dizzy and feel badly,
but on consu;tiirg a plhysician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring wmy imperfect
circulation and acting on the diseased matter i my
Sstom--ch, caused by the droppings ef the catarrhal
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
Feeling soon passed away, my nervous sys-tem wis
tranquilize(d, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
invaluable remedy.
Respectfully yours,
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
No. 193 West 10th st., N w York City.

RI C UDCATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
Sirt,-I give my testimony with pleasure to the
benrificialrcsults ofyour BLOOD PURIFIERn my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
matisrn in my right knee, j ihit swohln twice the
size of natural and very paintfu, a bottle of ihe large
size made a perfect cure. I will also say my digi.s-
tion has improved so that I can cat anything wit hiin
raach.1
P. F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City.

SICK HEADACHE AND DY.I.PEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
D)EAR SIR,-Your justly ccli,rat,.d INDIAN
BLOOD ri1JP has entirely cur'd ame of Sick
Ileadache ai.d Dyspepsi'. of !0 years' standing.
It also cured my child of .'carlet Fever, and my
wife. of Fn male complaints.
GEORGE 11. REYNOLDS.
Isae' Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th kt., (of Dahl!-
man Brothers, dealers in hors, stock), cured of
Dyspepsia and Ind!iecstion of many years' standIing.





SIR,-Your INDIAN LouOID SYRUP has cu.ed
Seniry ofh distress in my head, cuand red ievore
every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it
sick headache.
inroat ains expedicndyestion, after having been treateding-
andby physicians witho aust caused occasional dizzinessffect.









My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great
ly bentfitted.
[ --
CONSTIPAIYours, WM. A. PIERMANE.
No. 33399 West 32nd t, New York-ST., City.










NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 1880.
C. Johnson, M.D.,


DEAR SIR,- I take pleasure in r commending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer-
er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks
death would almost be a relief to her. She was
prescribed for by several doctors without effect
Nothing gave her relief until she obtained a bottle
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYR UP. Its effects
were wonderful'an'l she is now entirely cured. It
is a medicine that no household should be without.
P. YOUNG,
No. 261 West leusrou-st., City.
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAR SIR,-'This is to certify that I have found
mere good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
ny Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
at d Indigestion. I would advise al- that suffer from
it to try D[R. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP.
SAML. G. ADAMS.

Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Georges


Stec il. Plates.

/ / E shall.be prepared to furnish STENCIL
SP IPLATE's to meet the requirements of
the new Law, on return of S. S, Flamborough.'
Parties desiring same will please leave their
orders early.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
lieid St., llainilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

Notice
To all who suffer from Headache.

DR SCOTT'S
ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. H. THOMPSON,
Sole Agent.
HIamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf

W. H. Watlington,
DEALER IN

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
C BOOTS AND SHOES,
IIATS, SOAPS, PERFUMER Y, &c., &c.,
Seid Street, near Queen's,
e .lHamilton, Bermuda.
Fcby.l 5, 1881.

C. T. CONYERS,
WVIOLES LE & RIEIAIIL


AND DEALER IN
Tefa. f .Te s &u fgarf,
AND
English and American Goods,
No. 9 \Vest Front Strlcr, hamilton.
October 26th, 18SO.-6m


Ice! e! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared(
to Furnish



Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in hiurnahy Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by C('art daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
'The price is one penny per pound for 12 Ibs
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March 24th, 1879.

3Nii 4" WATCHES.


TH E above W A TC H ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersiigned : Any grade Alove-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Caise with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
engraved.
Remember the American W"atch Co. received
the Gold .1edrl at the late Paris Exhibition.
F T. CHILD.
Front Street. lanmilton, .
Deer 16, 1873. u.o.o.

St. George's ilotel,
MAR BT S :307 .6 ,
St. George's, Berinuda.

/ti. Keia, jy, Proprietor,'

Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.
December 20, 1880-4m.

For Sale,
Just Received per S. S. Ceto" from London,
E\AVY Draught Cart II fhNESSEI
Carriage and Dog Cart IHARNESSES
Cart COLLARS and IlAMiES
Carriage and Hiding VWHIPS
Stirrup LEATil FV'S GI RTIUIS
STRR11UPS BITS SADDLES
ALSO,
Per S. S. Flamborough," from New York:
CARRIAGE and Buggy IIAKNESSES
Cart HARNE$SES (complete)
BRIDLES COLLARS T'RACESS
.Horse BLANK ITS anid RUGS
Carringe and Ladies Lap ROBES
MA'TS in variety, &c., &c.,
Sets WHEELS HUBS SPOKES
FELLOW.S SHOWSS
WHIFFLETREES. &c.,

And from Halifax, N. S,
2 Superior Farm


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


1A


GTTONLNE & E. ATKINSON'
PER FUI MERY,
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the
United States Mlail Steamers. very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
--- Em the following
FO 9?b 8 i V0, B R P 0? V EXHIBITION PrmZE MEDALS.
FO L PP Oe 0 ML London, 1862. Paris, 1867. Cordova, 1872.
CALLING AT rQUEENSTOWN Lima,1872. Vienna, 1878.Philadelphia,1876.
CALLING A U TOWN GOLD MEDAL PARIS, 1878.
LEAVE NEW YORK
MVYRI7 U U &'D A ( ATKINSON'8 CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
TAY THE HANDKERCHIEF.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m. WHITE OSE, FANIPANE, LAHOYLANLA ,
WIZONSI sais Tuesday April at 10 .m. STEPHATDIIS, OPOPANAX, 10JCXY CLUB, ESS A
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday April 12, at 3 p.m. BOUQUiT, TREVOL, MAO11LIA, JASMDI, WOOD
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday April 26, at3 p.m. VWICLE, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at 8 a.m. andall oherodours, ofthe finest qualltyonly.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 10, at 2 p.m. ATKINSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday May 17, at 8 a.m. almost fragrant Perfume distilled from the
h b So built slchoicest Exotics. ,
The above Steamers are built expressly for ATINSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION,
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and a very refreshing Wash which stimute the
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew- skin to a healthy action-and promotes the
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un- growth of the hair.
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the ATKINSON'S
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
aloop, thu securing that great comfort in a powerful Perfume distilled from the finest
aloor, thug securing that great comfort in flowers.
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light. ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TCILET VINEGAR,
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on anew and indispensable Toilet accompani-
each Steamer. o ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
The U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda'from Her-'S handkerchief.
udsT raySgeamera ari t N e oATIS'I'S WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
muds, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York and other Specialities and general articles
on iMondays, and Passengers' baggage can he U of Prfuinery may be obtained of al dealers
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail- hmanufacturersld, and of th
i'ig next day. J. & E. ATKINSON,
WILLIAMS & G UION, SA gents, Price List free on application. -
29 Broadway, New York. NOTICE-Purciascrsarecautioned to avcid
counturfcits by observing that each article is
New York, March 24, 11. labIlted wiith the firm's 'rrae iMaik, a Whit
New York, March4, 1881.ona"Golden Lyre"s
S---ESTABLISHED 17.3,


SPECIAL NOTICE.

Direct AMonthly Steam Communi-
cation between

Bermuda&London

,STEIA I E MR S leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents ifor every de,-
eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
ers.
Highest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda Produce.
F(cr Freight, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamners, IHamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 m

Received by the Ceto,
FROM LONDON.
JInd on Sale at the Royal Gazette
Stationery Store.
AVO()R'S and Carpenter's SPELLINGS
McCullocks IEI) E ItS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
and 4th
Murray's and Lennie's C I A .M1M A 11 S
Exercise HOOKS Paper KNIVES
Music PAPER Luggage TABLES
Tooth HRUSI I ES Porcupine PENlIOiL)-
ERS
Red seal WAFERKS, Large and Small
lIone and other Paper KNIVES
Bill FILES
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKA
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS
Camel ziair PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.
Note PA I' I" and ENVELOPES, black bor-
der and Plain, assorted sizes
PENS PENCILS Log BOOKS, &c., &c.
Whittaker's .dlmanack, 1881.
II amilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.


tINIMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
M ES tY.
RIM IEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving bscent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RINIMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER.
WATER.
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
COLOGNE.
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
WATER PR.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
grant Perfumes.
RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and impacts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIAlMEL'S PURE WIIITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and other
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIMMEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
IKOSE-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.
RIM MEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZERt or Na-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIMM EL, Perfumer by appointment to I. 17
t1. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and It
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.




Horse, Carriage Cart
FOR MiLIAM

f111IE Undersigned having resumed Business
at his uld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Ilamilton Hotel, takes
'this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
ic generally for past favors, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
THOMAS H. HI3RVEY.
January 6, 1879.


*> I'

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.AD V. S.,-















VETERINARY SURGEON,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
'adjoining Army Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to6 p.m.
Will 'Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAY AND FRIDVYS.
Office at Mr. George Spurlirngs, Market Square.
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.

Protection agar nst FIRE

Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthie4
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
o the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PiliOI'ERTY for 3, 6 or i12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE lor Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD.


Hamilton, September 9,h, 1856,


. Aget.


.dLjVJIJVfN.ICI(.-A PRlL, 1881


SoU. M

ris. sets.

541 6 21 7
5 40 6 22 8
5 39 6 23 9
5 87 6 23 10
5 36 6 24 11
5 35 6 25 12
5 35 6 25 13


Tide,



I 6
1 54
2 42
3 30
4 18
5 6
5 54


REAMRKS.


Ft Qr ll1h 5m AK.


Palm Sunday.


I'tE BERMUDAROA1L GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by-DoMALD M'PHEzE LIE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
M1 ajesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets.
Hamilton.
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St.. Gorges for -the Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE 8BOYLE & SoN, West End.
Water Street.




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