Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00184
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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W K LVY ~lP) I~'r y 1,-i~.1 W- tF-- a Wen rreqieted to tate that Lar M A.- A lot of Ten Onions which weighed Six AND A UDA. PODUCE. cT T.i OMPM,, r M.AR.r.-- 'At rO I _.
SGibb-' Hill,, L'it.:lt-n -". 'If".. C.h-troc.'s Satrday anfter.o( receptions, will take HALF OuwoNs, was lft at our Ofie yesterday, said letter emon this subject will appear in oW.ur' --
10th arid.17dt A priLtil: hlzhi above the sea where place, as previously announced, on 23rd, 30th of to be not a bad sample of a number purchased on
the if ter is k, being 46 feet. April and 7th of May. Satuay and paid fc yesterday. The boxes were A Supplement of Five Col- At h ls V, b
S "--- marked according to 14w. Me .. .. -, ,., 1
iDat W are are quested respectfully to re.iud umns, aeeompauies t -his is- lt. -. ,-
SSusibers to e Bermuda Crh Society that SurgoGen Ogilaiehas arrived in Bermada sue of the Gasette :-It contains a de ption T urfld
g- 5 subscripionsfor the present year are nod bytheHalifax Steamer, to relieve 8urgeon efteral of 'the New Steamer "Orinoo"" rni iga M
A-pil funeral Rearks o O'Leary whose time as Principal Medcal Officer Tophics;" "The Wallacks at Ireland Iland" The 2at.
o. neralR i The Band of the 86th ,toyal Regiment will in this eoomanao has expired. Tfics"'t Castle Harbour" and othnr 0 QUARTER &M SAT -
Noon s -.p ; lay in the "Happy Vallek, every-Tuesday, (This -_ -- interestin tr, o New York .AMB
.I "--Zday ex-ep-) from 4 to pa, (weather permit. ROTAL oLMSe oP SnezoVs osExzAi.-l 10 Drums Halifax O
12 w .3 S .'.. ti6.g) __0 eFine xamminatoa ior othe Diploma a" were mited D air rede "The m," ome, 10 Ra Chest B ul A
.- 84 29 90. 0 Fine B W'e M requested to state that prson who' Members of. th- College on Wednesday, 17th No- Apl 12th. In ber 8Slt yea, ELM OwUMnmOG, 20 Bk Righet Gr.o.y ..
r. 67 29810-00 Pine, hazy haveordered copiesofthoColonial Office Lit for 188I be, 1880, is that of Dudley Cox, Trott." Dr. r .. te t' h Brown, ear., 20 BUT%=ml ". -MEJ E
15 wow 4d M 65 2960-'8 -- ean obtain the same on application at the Colonial Trott is theonly sonofHarleyTrottF,Esqr.,ofthese r., and .widowof the late J-. Greig Murray, D.o 25 5 Lb. Tins Painily BUTl
16 Baw 1 64. 9-796o-00 Cloudy. squally Secretary's Office. Islandls. D. t--tis Tn. the 12th 3Ist, M1. EW, 30 RSw Ex IPB ..
.-,_ 761 60 !W' "600-31 Fine, hasy, cold .ha..y Waundertand that our young feloountl, BAolxTaO 0 atreof.End, B ged yas. 60 Reams Tomato W.u.PAi
un 7t~'.orning.-The 0r'tl ontenu h very o Tw O oes o a Cosm iielac Saue man above mentioned, contemplates passlag a holi. ,,.., his ealdeaea DreaMlr.e o-ls .Ittlh 1 BoJes New lJa.r-
;ng.ttled and cold.. The Hail squalls within the past regret thatM in consequence of the illness of the day ofa few weeks on a visit to thee ladsto Inst.,i the 79th year of his age, M. WILLIA Ro 6 Cise 1 lb. Tin LOB US
twee V917 hem The Thunder and Di trick Commissary General they are compelled turn then to England again. Insechr, .ed .ea Bagbnd 5. children. 10 5 CBoxeg CA 4) 0W..A
the weather, if the wind .osot back. ope wi ill -. c torpo st the all whi- h'they had the pa-e Oa po- o," ogr dnd-tllidull, ea slirn I si m M )
Lithi whih aelmnpaniedathmek. I hf~l o oit n.'heer, o21te Inteton aC Tk ofh 1 eo and. other lam., 60 arm
SJOSEPHUSPERINCHIKF. Notice will be given in these Coluumn when a will please accept oar than Ifm oe London ........., in DeveUshIe P Al lsh, oth. after 000 Jacu clad
second date can be fixed. Dartmouth papers of the 29th ultimo. hrt sil SfAasusAN Z aleia 1 ..
: li l (C.olonia, COm.) ERIATUN.-.I th eommuniction of "M utal their l. 10 000 To@ LATIR '-' -
S14th ant. when of ge. was ove down dur. Friend in ourlast, in the 18th line, remadpri .........,a 26' Tosrigto .. ., .
S. heav uatand r Art is was washed over- or .-. for pro. 81A EDWAR .... .. .
H milton, .pril 1% 1881. t bard, but regained the vessl by aretur sea.-Agent rI .-We a g Nes T S,,g ,.- .
.., B.itish Br`it Hanola, Captain Howard, Cil" I v- +lestt.e HAT.T Ii.. Y ..
CL'STOM II08E-lIAMILTON. bo d t ew Y.a, witha cargo of irn ore, outM HA
SFD, 76 days, anhored il Murray' sAnehorage14th instant, Tihe nerw sew Steamer *Orinoco," Captain *. ,-R. +
A-.. aMl~Mi Steamer Flaiaborough. Whiltelurst, ini'wat of provioues'and water, whfichk have been sup- Fraser, anored in Grassy Ba on Sunday even.- "'' -^lf"' '' A.---" ..'
; malls and generalargo.-Agents, Trott ftl heelwill prteled Art favorable wind.-- nglat, and~came into port ea y yestlrdy.oll Iltl 1 ,
S ... ,. o ']. Darrell., gent. Ingt York at4 P1.3.on dy T.- rE l i K< 5 .. t i : '^', "
&-- at Simmons. Guadalope; sugar; in Br. ark M ie, ofPitou, N.8., Capt. MeNutt, 6 g. hade t p on h .i-. .any o0har .q "Ol O, l.- -o
.alMteh.-Agents,J. T. Darrell'& Co. from Bltimlore land to Harana wi I a cargo of 0e6 We are Indlbtedt ba inFraser Mt. Purser A 'MTO ITT AY B. W. WA'L&
8.- Com.uepolitan, Mills, Gibraltar; fruit, & =; ,Clledd arrived at Five Fathom Hole yesterdJy, and ws tow- Dupont, and to Deals Tucker, A MUSoEtIT AWD IATR-AB Y a -.. IT ; A.. -_t
1101' 0IL-.Aep"ts, J. T. Darrell & CO' ed into St. George'a Harbour to-day with los o'Spars. sfies opaprsof thelatest date. zjjjo i n ~ H18, IBU. .. T. A. Pilt., Young, Barbados; rum, sugar W Willrepairand proeeed.-oJ.S. Darrell, Agent. of papersof the latest date. EN E T j J I8m.oa. arl, Agent...:1, ,-
atd Molasses, to T. H. Pitt. Norwegian Bark Conrad lilberg. Capt. lornamean, HEALn TrHrT, n.aC ; w-l um -, .. '
-4.-r. Miriam Portsr, Turki' Islands; distress; with a cargo ot ar from Pernabu for ewYrk, LOD BEACONSFIELD S -. W A T L
_iSr-A-- lt, 'T. Darrell & Co. wits towed hto St. George's 18th instant, leaky badly Loatow, April 13.-A bulletin issued at fve FI-FI. D I A U U -J.L i
SS. 0e"e Tpke Loadon; goods fbr merchants and and with damage to -prs and sails, crew completely o'clook this morningannonoeled thatLotd T Beehoa ue J. 1*
a'UW' 5store5s..-.qAgss R. P. Atkins & Co. fatigued with the stormy weather experienced ldarin feld passed a quiet night. A bulletin lee et LB
S Caplllit, N.S.; the sage-- 8. Darrell, A ent. u -,balpast ten o'look this morning announced that' '1-th eTmat,
1,e. oTJrgn. o. q. Jkso, A T Freneh Serew Steamer Oeao8wa t kenu Lord Beaeo,,sfleld was restless aiet Inollnel. to.
.T-ro.dor. Box, Benisaf, Algeria; 1850 tons stern formal, and saumilently far on the marine 8110 take nou"hment The tea p. .Po. i My" TA ft Ng '
.M 6 iMil4 for eoal.-Ageats, J. T. Darrell St. Georges, on Wednesday last, to effect her necessary MI LODER, of New YoIk, -O Th- ....
-gtr Ose Fer, New YorkC assorted eargo. are broken short of aid the fourth i r his strength has slightly increase iGn n
about six inies, and her keel at the end broken a ARo.
A4 11-Mail B.tmer Flamborolgh, Whitehurst, little. The C. having an extra propeller on board it Duke Nicholas Constantinovwlb, formel .*Awtebi4 Doors open at 7130. VertnitimeAt to t -olas
S .w York; 'mlas, mad 573 bis. pottoee, 13,833 can be easily shipped. The only trouble, therefore, is in oonneotion with a theft of diamonds, was arrested menace at 8 p.m. -
eloa 173 boes tomatoes. 90 boxes beets, in straightening the rudder and stern pots ad repair- oa Tuesday night April 5, In the vill of Sb4t111O Tickets to be bad at *t. R` oy- ,onette"
shall Tbox Veggtaodes, W sperfeial feet eedr ngthekeel. The engineer the silent feel othrailway to Moow, aqd confaid a castle Stt Sto w pa of te al
hoar, in perfectly confident that he can doall that is necessary belonging to hI?, fathr. h ",. may--e be mom.
-t. Cosmopoli Mll New York; inward to the vessel without much trouble or delay. a .. i OHI c
o..- ar, fruit, April ---. a bu e plague In Mesapolamla Is I,reas. ikets at pl ie Reserve
I-sbhr. A nal Lee, Look. New York. H.M.S. Noithamipto, (Flagh), comes out of lg, e e ... e ta Sag o= nFr
ebr. .oner. HBossey, Boston. Dock at soon e i elamals for the honor ofl 'b .t st l "iat
Str2ro oubadour, Boa, Baltimore ; award cargo, H.M.S. Druid, Captain Kennedy, left on Thurs. baeig the bi ee of Homer. It has an area of I ntomn Apl 19, hl1.4 a
day last for Salifax. 08 aware mle, ad a populatll of from 60,000 .._, i_ d *eon- ed to
CUSTOx HOUSE ST. GEORGE to 70,000. Its erfa.- is muao dlversifed, but it. r itV UCIi- i.t. n. .. "
w..TD I naturally one of the riohebt and moSt beautiful ', ',iCALT'A -
,l 15-Boyal Mal Steamer Beta, Shaw. Halifax W 'land of the Lereat. Besides 1U at to m t IH~ N. olR NTo mbto, all p-sm -

oMBs, ad assortme argo.* 1-" l.m A 1881. [ THE IRISH RENT TROUBLES. AT THE SCIOOL.BOOM OF TlE .. -
In ise Royos ._.,, ?o j .. Eb Tt was indicted foran assault on Perient I DsrMaI, APIm 13.-A mau named Coreoran ha SAID CH-UCW, .fn RorkrJ ,_fi- n' l-:*-. -
AEn SU i eame" ... h Thwaiteotu. Mr, R. D. Darrell defended the been arrested a t West asgood asrk any other pat Coeron t. r r r '" -. !." '
hMr awrieo .eneat'.ilad A.M.D., prisoner. At the weekly meeting of the Land League toe- O lding and .l/ti .L JS N t.he t W. .. A ilB o AWp 1

.-.,l3?..- .. "r. Aae Perient waitezTrottm tried, on-the 9thu tt, the ,,w in- e the last Imeertlln. of-e ttheoro the 10m0t Ion,1 "h b. ..
S' CLd.As. .More and ntr .ae T resedat ClaeTorr der the s profit I f th C r pae ehl for thlm whtn of ilto,s
.4al Mail Steamer .... E STerrm-, 18 1-Cri al Sessions. hlo+.ope ....d. ^...wi.....h I .d 'O" T

II '-;-- --, uP .----" J amaina .lsapberidetr.... ...R-.
s s ae at, 1o881. THE IRISH RENT TROUBLES.
r Mr- W -, ,'ra.. rrit. r -tmen I At the weakly meeting of the Land Legn to-' NNe tI .. i i .m .
Mr.a W.L ..Uar-S om U tl.". Mr.1.Uaad illam, prisoner. o n RD5 I W..i a ii
'This -roserution rsem out of the case of R. v day Mr. Egan stated that 1,277 bad been reelved The 2st April at 1'2 o'clok, noo, p..s. Mder
U.N., Mr.. Moron. 2nd. -aM. Atoneys Gmt apeared intoening. theon o o t A,.e ta the par pose sa .i

r, Fr l Mrs. Janteh Warner ander, Miss War forethe te on h eompla n t measure. He Adhitted thdt MrEle Gladstooe was not .... e...pik, Aoprit IA. .in8
M y 1- thelcaa nMr. l, Ms. g.rlen Peint ThwateTro, there be noo ousted kibn.. prty y sat g ,o mock@eslod oe I1lo n
OW llaeruilt. FOr JGlasaiiss. Ryley a nd al complainant, hia Account of the row between re 'at Claremorrlis under theaprovisons of the 'Aplease tall for them wbt

Wo t ,se. d ,oeph H utchn a and J.state hais g ai e th em Jeay.c aa a b as o. i. ltoD n Pembroke Pv the each a bi
before a Jury, and hadthereforeiH tISm both'. -A i 141.-Mr 1ai Aprl, S81o.l APo .fhisstock of

O .yf. ohnr8moo t.i-Gw york,-on San At the Chief Justhee elivered the posecuion o eu b eno letdpre e Mee" wi, be "h p"

er. EC. F hera. eadn r. ad Srs. Ron- i. D. Darrell asked the Court th .at t e the mp .et. e le l i vi te & Als.. ,og
u.. a tt, Mr. statement of what occurred m e hi taemenad to the. tone would hIae gone mhb fr their I o tihe 'ladT .
Id Ht. ariS .e 8i. fMomrLadlon r,CpainCurtis. e Jury before ahi e Cn added Ahell. Chad Tow n A prils.-Bt o hpse i. WO n OaY Ne ,RS.- MmB
n thea Mrs Pi r rs. Mra W Thr e prisoner th e made ebtae m nhd to measure. sie ed that Mr. Gladstone was N R ot l ; ...l: Lt 1. IL
list6, APi. 0. J. Lwd. Lras Nelly Jry, a Mr. an en em. or f e ol, d proe t tat
rkha d Mr. Georg T. rt The Attorney GTrotteneral there ei, t heChieaf Jutice pee are idered sat hisfatory. For the o liable to bea a ety tht date.

n tM Steasnner .ami A. E. on this cas; or thr summedt the prier mightted the riaonw PArS, April 1 8.-Thy fppailmbtu h r C earunrhdatde isfoo thr. eti ea -. .r. .
o W, IN A evt by. H. rrian ad atmeat that It was impossible for apo ao .MORRIS A. M. R- IT, 1
S, u. r. to. stt easde t t Jury lo nads and dl-t LA" i o 1... ai case t h r

'Tett, ta^ e C. ., c. ho 2 ilo W i T..f e Thm e bein no fltht ner. c buiae, the mus erahl w sd the land hd" o t N
,, Antpino,14j. W-. Cii.. "(ilto t, but .-_ t vir-,rlmHR Ustangi ,e2lu15 tM-

Lo. Ion, last .Urtmoulh. f arrived on Friday last. Whento make, y s statement to ihse0 w o ultisvey Ir o rpse Coei,. _
IThila w..e i Jyran on boarltus' .land.~, whn he EASTEr hiEo ATIONS. and two tM yer'l priloiment, r pectihy. l 1
ia a Ondsq. .Louisse. tanetft hi Bss Nally Jury, and Mrboaraell subi eoaontldnr efd o iriy and the 1vt *0eBouts are:
repB %A Maaa br ^ a^ Wa.*e.a~ te g hreu of pe s0allfa.tty K t -ro At Eting A tF V4t7 t date.'

Iofeal, wNc wasoedbyo e "Da ilton lower. e a hetnhhn tlooTed more Ithelwtit Bof t P ahon .alip, 4t.a Tde 8th tnd 1l Aprit d- fo W,.l,', yew. .S T. Darrell. sCo. Chri.iriday last for sumemeh atie orwn ed with t Prisonr PAi s. April IS.a'-The appoli meat. *ae i a .. .. ..w tw a
_a ,C ..a, ..Broplyi Y _r. anlis Little- E-izaAn iar beenitommitt,. M ploMln..,, ...: M.RRIS

S..New :.a p oin .,rm ftl of a ur and a h nSif.nse b asil Ferat e d Fiante ii -aa.: it'""

.onr. aGrue ad_ 4p. irno is Yorlk s ad wtio h des raiomJ naolinctment hia boeen ar alg -. preferred 34. D* a ti uar, ashint atdr Irelpot iua leaky. onKirloanD, A. tr.um8hanty rih aea8 moke.t_ b 1' Il, tftelf he^^ e L WSV''.." iI '

reports eapperiencing aeasonionofheasyN.W.t 'Easeterintheinilnessotimne. wot h N 10o tf h i the igen th -A Caqsangirise stp Tattf wil tA *Ij niIag. I
W.. w.ra during the passage; had to layto for diote la.t y-t j .3Aop C"rr ..a A.4k -, "
deed Ft' lst -to be U for d- being the f I..Noith.,We.sf ,.rIkA g about wreck. B.l 1- 014'.r
erest port A surveybai been held on thesbhip and pasg over the', astern portion -of Southampton twelve mot pS i with hd Healis April il,iUt.-pd ISAT IUMOf
t -bdaeed to he d .od ba oods by false. re te se "a ma -
'd. ,- J. IT. UreFl & Co. eveloig i at aheat four oeleak, quite covering The Boer leaders avwe express& sler. .. -
14-,iamae Cy. Capta n Evwea ,AMeadsfrom the ground in its course; npalig odotogath. for -oelg the aarre r of te .s AL, to, AWN
sea, suhored i tassy ifa disabled al in wato eritpin oap.full.. Had the b MlbM e p- of a pemu.ise -m.l ealte t'e aeof the arel "NO t~ lil. A
lA W asl whMch has bs14 spp lied by the aailuem by high winds e ry the crops its aa.-ice to tbe garrieOn, ad Sir ovys Wood lha o. .
1iSU rnsmkiuaCt Wi u,."W"-'.-.usc eour would O beendisastouswIn the extreme. cpted tbeir pIg-. -. ii t) Copperi ftinMd, wit masts, aIil. t ..
liedltsft en hund oto Ne Awn, withi, amm cn There was some severe Thunder and Lightuin Sat. Houw of Coqeas adoored are,. ke., a t
which was .uppliedb the O Biltn Coal Asooeato.. 7 oVloc0 --- I r. .. _. AtwUw, a
-A nts, J. T'. NDri Co. Therhe as heavy weather experienced in St. Counse. Barvs, Ap 9.-T.e sp.ed4eaWtl y Pt "seWY at the I oat -soI
p- abr MJirie. Caplaia Peter, fr m Turks' Georges on Sunday last. They h W three hal rise of the Missesrl hie result edia e pseri rM"ilbii Ap1.1i u It 114$ -
IJsa boiud to Boaton, AMss., with a cargo of salt storms during the day; a thing unprecedented at overowofth4 lowerpwrtof"he"- el mana-y per.
.t da,. rived at Athis pert, leaking. Captana P. so late in the spring as April. sons weremp vactk e M 'tr$" Mn OBO t- ,.
epj i r t.xy weather ovhe pasa rgo now Ite bottom lands beol thls de rvs M M -Lm n.. -
b ajig Un --Agenta. J. T. Dart el & Co. "re Jnun& rfo".rming. mhlhy lake several (in p E m L W5 IyIU.J.
T r at af 1 Bantax a namin in the New York w Pai spettod $o load.eU
i3 nshia w-h a ons ro Market, April13:- own tler rlieMow a sall atw Wt the--t .. .. A ,
T. v= t o 0 0 ,, Potatoes............e 10 per barml. *_y l.4 at a .tear Is eer- "eohe r te .. .
Am.. Sooner Mary Maf ..C tain Hall, front Oioaa ........ ........a.oirb ,g n the-v.icnly of the lower.i. i-
ara. .. r.uil out 5. days, boend to ew York. with.a Union Depot. The ver is eary 22 feet above
low water mark,*1884everal feet higher than.eve
ergo or hates and Fka Ie. angered in Five Fathom ONiox Cor ip TantM1rm A FAmu.a.-We have ow waer mark,eIlgreet higher tla v. ; i
S.l. 16th lnst. .Ca. e ^epiencin. g a ano- -eve a sn to believe thpt the Onion orop in, To- a. Not kow A n eae sranr sptw sn g
ss, f", y a ", e,, ti "e. iso u (1881) s a total aa.. This II- NDSOON would be ,ready e, prg s.p m- .
: a ecoss in V-sol labored very eh mor than one DIPTH EMAIN OAKADA. Al* .. -.
Seavily, whih .eased hertoastrain and leak; one of fact has been h.a more than One.. bidle ItthM INDBBTDto rwas .,, .
.ro puaa b~psiat dimsbed; shipped heavy seas. reliable source E London. Wast are we is Ber. OrTTAWA; Ontario, March 20.-Diphtheria of a Iadt .ir. i-e -Ont arioT,) to Mac wo. .' I: oe
wh.elf dedu .bin and galley with water, washed awa uiid toW do for ~pd for our nt yeas qop? t very fatal type is pre-valenta Thus village, near ,..i .. 6Ih-
two-4~ihts, quarter and head rails, and head ger, and is fram Teneriffe that a very large proportion of here. Drlng tie past week 18 children hbve died y te Ih, .l B. .
had to oeeure masts with pmrventer stays. On night the seed planted in Bermuda eomes. o1 the diseoe. Now York, April 9th, 1881, 18th Aprl,.188 .





The Undersigned Will Sell,


D. A. 0. G.,
At his residence next East of the Wesleyan
Chapel, St. George's,

The 28th April, Instant,
Cosumnnoing at 12 o'clock, noon, p.m.,
In part oopri'ing:
DBAWINGO oom Tables and CHAIRS
SDplex and other LAMPS Dish COVERS
xooquto CURTAINS-
l u( 0Amarican Bedroom FURNITURE
Sewing MACHINE, by Wheeler &
Ac,, Ac.

A Carriage and Harness
If not previously disposed of.
at. George., 18th April, 1881.-2
a12 16,
By the Bundle of 5 Reams, 7s.
By the SingLe Ream, Is. 6d.

, wM Api 1o, 1881si.-S ap
"Colonit" twice 3p

4, COX.

SBrown, DeWinter &
And Dealers i
Bermuda Produce
SihNa1 Frn,* & Vegetables.
51 ad 63 Fulton Row,
Weet Wpiag MaIrket, New York.
*enaoe..c-vina Nejioail Bank, New York.
on ffi jl$9i4d. Prompt 8ales and

Aitei at Bermuda',
Reid St., Hianilton

b Fariwrs andd Others,
Swill be prepared, as usual,
. to-fer afCaigamemts of


suss. & a. OO 5 Co.,
And will also pureease PRODUCE at full
Cask Rate threghout the Season.
timnl1tes, -M*A wi Sit, 1881.-3p tf


The Umdersi"efi Is prepare to IeNaive and
ship enagments of
Bermuda Produce
B y oevey rtaity,
Te the Addeas of
Mew..Darrell U4 Co.,
8 Pal Straest. New York,
Hifgest MaeM t b atel ohtaied and prompt ae.
e-nt gatis ad iettleana gumanrteed.
W. T. JA'iS,
42 Front Street.
ailtor,, lt Maue 188I.--aw 9p

For Barbados.
,. s


Will aitlfor above Port,

23rd InItant.
And will lake Fieigot out or back at Customary
rate. A few Passengers can be accommodated.

Rua"ihs, April 18th, 1881.-1


And 4 Acres of Land,
Bounded Easterly by the Properties of the Ohld
Lunatic Asylum and Captain N. T. Vesey, by
the Sea on the North and the Marsh on the
South. This premises was occupied by the
Misses Joell until the end of 1880. It will be Lut
as a Dwelling only and none but responsible and
respectable tenants need apply.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 19, 1881.-2 3p
Gazette" only.


From the Celebrated Brewery of
N essrs. LAND SON &CO.,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.

For Sale by



PARISH, at 12 o'clock,
The 4th day of May, now next ensuing,
Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution is-
sued from the Court of General Assize at

ABOUT 60 RODS of ONIONS now under
1 Cart Harness
1 Centre Table 1 Sofa 8 Chairs
17 Pictures 1 Side Board 2 Small Trays
1 Lamp 1 Weather Glass 1 Decanter
1 Glass Dish 1 Bedstead 1 Hair
Mattress 1 Feather Bed 2 Quilts
3 Blankets 4 Pillows 1 Crib
1 Dressing Table 1 Looking Glass
I Trunk I Basin Stand I Candlestick
I Rocking Chair i other Bedstead
I Bed & Blanket I Quilt, Bolster and Crib
I Leather Chest 1 Hat Rack
3 Pictures Chair and Trunk
2 Large Tables 1 Cupboard
3 Benches 1 Kettle and Frying Pan
1 Large Pot I Bucket
5 Baking Tins I Strainer
2 Sets Carriage Harness 1 Riding Saddle
I Bridle 1 Lamp Hanger
3 Large Dishes 13 Large Plates
12 Small Plates 2 Clocks
2 doz. tins Sardines 6 Cases Lobster
6 Bottles Ale I Basket Toys 3 Boxes
Segars 3 doz Lemonade I Freezer
1 Fiddle I Banjo 1 Gun 1 Pistol
2 Sugar Plum Bottles I Lamp
and Hanger 4 Benches 2 Tables
10 Empty Barrels, &c.
T TT nDrCirm

April I


of A.

18, 1881.


New Goods
Received Per S. S, Ceto,"
from Londoni, at the
Dry Good Store
HOLLIS, opposite road leading
through Government Marsh.


in great


April 19, 1881.-2

A IL Parties having any just Cl4I11, against
Sthe Undersigned will please Present themin
for payment on or before the 30th instant.
All ACCOUNTS.ue-us and not arranged for
by 30th instant, to be settled in full by the 15th
May, will be placed in legal hands for collection.
Crawl, 19th April, 1881.-2
YY.._- 5Ts

New York .ail Steamer.

The Steamer
Captain FR AS IIi,
Will leave the Poit'of Hamilton
At Noon,
The 21st of April,
And await in Grassy Bay the Mails to be des-
patcl:ed at 1 p.m.
The Orinoco" is to leave New York for re-
turn on 28th April.
Passengers are requested to be on board on
21st April before 11-30 a.m., at which time the
passenger stage will be removed.
Specie on Freight, Parcels and Heavy Bag-
gage will be received until 6 p.m. Wl wednesday,
20th April.
Unless previously filled (to the full carrying
ability of the ship when passing out of the chain.
nels) liermuda Produce will be received until 6
p.m., Wednesday, 20th Apri!, and Bills of La-
ding will be signed until 10 a.m. 21st A pril.
llami'ton, Bermuda, 19th April, 1831.
Colonist" once.

Corner of Reid and Burnaby Sts.,
Ia now receiving from London a further supply

&c., consisting in part of:
G ENTS and Boys' Cotton and ElasticI HR.\-
ladiess, Gents' and Boys' Linen C 1COLL !;t
.Gents' and Boys' Straw II A'I'S
Infants' Pique HATS nmid HO:)DA
Ladies' Navy Blue, Marone and Seal OS103E
Childs' Colored IIOSi '
Gents' White SHll TS
Bathing 1\ NTS
Black and Colored Silk T1 ES
White Cambric T' ES
Ladies' Brown and White Cotton VESTS-
White Striped CAMB0{IC
Turkey TWILL.
White and Colored Silesia and
Gents' White Marcella and l)uck VESTS
Drill and PANNTS
Brown (
and White Linen J ICK iCS '
Duck "
China WARE and TOYS

Native Work in CEDAIR,
April 18, 1861



To Gr'ower's alld Qwitic's

TN consequence of the great jacrease ill our
shipments of Produee to New York-since
the season of 187-1, we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready togEive, our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of tBermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New Yo:k, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense of
the Owners interested, and owners will clearly
understand that all the dangers of transp, r. aro
borne by them.
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June, 3p
April 19, 1881. to Je,

NVotice to Shippers.

11tlE Undersigned having been appointed
AGENT at Bermuda by ItOBEiI *(.
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, L.ondon,
for the Shipment of IIERMUDA PRODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farwers and'others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
! I'rompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
l At R. F. COOPER'S,
Hamilton, Feby. Ist, 1881.-3p tf

coaie Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda' NOTICE TO GROWERS AND
January 18, 1881.-3m3p, 9mn Ilp. In rA r,, n a iri,

~ 16TH APRIL, 1881.
ommissariat Office, SIR ROBERT M. LAFFAN, R.E., K.
HAMILTON, 19th April, 1881. C.M.G., Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENE- has received information from the Right Hon-
RAL will receive Tenders, in duplicate, orable the EARL OF KIMBERLEY, Her Majes-
up to 12 o'clock, noon, ty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colo-
U nies that Her Majesty will not be advised to
On the day after the ar- exercise her power ofdisallowance in respect
of the following Acts of the Legislature of
rival of the Mail, Bermuda passed during the last Session:-
Due from New York on 9th May next, from i 1880-1-Session II.
Persons desirous of entering into a Contract No. 12-An Act to regulate the Sale of Wine,
for supplying the Troops with Spirits and Malt Liquor.
\ A a ta (In force to 31st December, 1685.1
No 19.-"An Act to amend the Police Estab.
Slishment Act No 20, 1875.
(In force to 31st December, 1835.)
For 12 months from Ist September, No. 20-An Act concerning the use of the
1881, Great Seal of these Islands in certain cases.
(In force indefinitely.)
1iFR ESH Mi. EA r No. 21-An Act to regulate the Trusts of the
Wesleyan Methodist Church in these Islands.
For 3 years from 1st September, (In force indefinitely.) .
1881. No. 22-The Census Act 1880.
Forms of Tender and all information can be No. 23-An Act for the farther protection'and
obtained at the Commissariat Office daily, be- preservation of Small Birds.
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p m. (In force indefinitely.)
The attention of Tenderers is invited to the No. 24-An Act Regulatig Quarantine.
new terms of Contract for Meat, whereby (In force to 31st December, 1890.)
permanent arrangements can be made for the No. 2-An Act to provide for the taking of
supply for a period of 3 years. Lands for Pl ic Wois.
Tenders to be enclosed in a sealed Envelope (INo. 26- n force ito ndhe finitely.) ton Gao
addressed to the DISTRICT COmmISsARY GEN- i Act n 17menton Gaol9.
ERAL, and marked on the outside Tender for' No.27-An Act to provide for the Marking of
Flour," pr Fresh Meat" as the case may be. i P Actg of Vegetabloe Pe Markodo to b
THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL re- a Packages of Vegetable Prod to
serves the right of rejecting any or all of the shipped from these Islands. r
Tenders. (In force to 31st July,' 882.)
T T A ATBy nis EBcellalkny's Commard,.: `
JOHN H. RANDALL, B Ecen Command,
A. 0. 6.,, I R. E. WEBSTER,
2 District Commissary General. 1 Colonial Secretary.

"Colonist" of 20th and send bill to Royal

ADMIRALTY having directed the Entry
In the Steam Factory Department at this Dock-
yard, a Competitive Examination will be
held for these situations
On Friday, 29th April.
Intending competitors can register their
names in the Superintending Engineer's Of-
fice where every information will be afforded
as to wages, educational and other require-
Age limit not less than 14 or more than 15.
Captain-in-Charge of Naval
H. M. Dockyard, Bermuda,
18th April, 1881. j
"Colonist" copy.


T11 E Undersigned will be pleased
to forward Consignments of
Free of Charge, to the following Commission
Houses in New York:
Messrs. JONES & LOUGH,-
Meessrs. A. BENNETT & CO., 1

\Vill also purchase (for the Cash) 1'roduce of
good quality, carefully packed.,
Ilamilton, i9Lh April, 1881.-4 3p

Dry Goods Store,
SPer Ceto" and Orinoco,"
From London and .New York.
&c. &c.
B tRnnf Shoe

April 18, 1881.-2 3p


A Full Weight, Pure Condensed rjTHE Undersigned will give their Personal at- FROM
Milk. tentioa to the forwarding of BERMUDA wSlessrs, E. IP.Loomis & Co.,
W E offer under the above brand, a full PRODUCE to the Consignment of 95 i~arclay Street Now York,
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed lFesse's. JOflt ia C .Vi Co., To Solicit and Forward Consignments to them
by evaporation, and granulated sugar added in OF NEW YORK, free of charge, at this Port, when prompt sales
order to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of at Ilighest New York-prices, will be returned for
water added to one of milk will reduce to the Dung the coming Crop eason Cash l'ayments.
average standard of Orange Counmy milk. All charges for Cost of Iemittance for nett JLSO
Every can is warranted. There can be no proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of To purchase at full Market Rates through the
better Condensed Milk made than The Peatl, the Goods. Season al kinds f Podue
but it will be sold on the principle that low pri- The highest Market Rates will be obtained Season all kinds of Pnoduce.
ces combined with good quality and honest andl Account Sales returned p ropmptly. Ho um nau l before oing
weight, command the trade. All Iackages of I'roduce must bemarkedwith favor us with a call before dis o in. of their
Price per single case, 48 16-oz. cans, is $6. the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner ,ro duce.
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75. to comply with tie new Law. BTFENCIL PLATES farnished to order.
h'ole Agents, New York. Hamilton, Bermuda, m 2, Fr nt St e:t.
April 19. 1881.-3m Febv. 21. 1881. m 3,) Han Iton M r. ih 14. .' im an ,it.


To Public Vaccinators.

16TH APRIL, 1881.
A Supply of VACCINE LYMPH has, been
received from Halifax and will be. dis-
tributed on application at this Office.
Colonial Secretary.







I Fan

cy Store.

* i2

at Grilgeb',

I Finest New Olive Oil,
In Lots to suit Purchasers.
Hamilton, 18th April, 1881.-3
FICE HAMILTON, 18th April, 1881,
Edward F Astwood, George Armstreong Mi;
Samuel Bean, Revd J J Brophy, Amanda Buttwfieil,
Richard D tean, Catherine E Bean, Anne dean, J
Bree, J T Crampton, Mrs F G Campbell, Petr
Cormdes, William Carroll, Richard J Dill. Thomas
H Dickinson, Edward Dijkinson, F OarreH.
Mary C Eve, Narsizo de Fraga, Manuel Pontes, G
I 0Freeman, Jane Gilbert, Adelaide Hodsdon, Charles
Ilarvey, Ada flovard, J Jones, Pamela Joell,
William A Jones, Mrs J Kennedy, Jane Lee, T MK-
Kay, Emeline Peniston, W Pearman & ot6, ,Mary
F RobinAn, A H Raynor. 8 A B Raynor, J A
Sheafe, Christopher Seon,rPeter Saunders,, ti eni
etia Smith, Benjamine Swan, Nathon Scol,Jara.
Stowe, Cato Smith, James Smith, Anna E Smith,
Louisa Tucker, Maria Trott, Elizth Jane Trot, J F
Tucker, John T Trott, Rosina Trotl, Dinah Wales,
B A Whitney. S Woelmaln, Wm A Zuil.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, A pritll 1, 1881.
Barque A R Tucker," Schr Alezone," Mre W
C. brown, W. Brown. Mrs. Jan. Craue, B. Juohnsoii
(st. David's), Naraizo Jyre Jainmo,Barque "Konig
Carl." Mrs. John G Murray, 3Mis J. N. Richard-
son, Mrs. Swan, (\Valter Sirtet) Mis. G, Swan,
Tervie Wain Smithi, Ship 'Tt liidman." Josej."
Toleman, William H. Tucker, 1 amuel F. Tayroi,
Elias Trott, Frient 1'. Trott, C01 plu V'cke s,

For Rien,
A6 amt6in-fl-r 1Un i? y-

,!!by. 2. Sp.

44 If -11 A ?V&&, LTjL 41 U A %j A. LLA Or r&,.,

- I - -

x1runy -uu.tl5--


- .... _--,_.. .. ... ...._______'____I -I ___ ... ...

NoI ce( O ) r'lners and
Others. i

W E shall be prepared to attend to the for-
warding of
To the Consignment of

Geo. \W. Spencer &
187 Reade Street, New York,


duringg the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all other information
please call or address
Reid St., Hamilton.
February 28, 1881.-tf

Chas. P. Woodworth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
to above Address and Highest Market
Rate guaranteed. Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUICE as usual during the Sea-
ton on account of Messrs. C. P, W. & Co.
STENCI1. PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

Jas. A. Judge,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West.
Washington Market, New York.
The Undersigned will give his personal attention
to the forwarding of

To the Consignment of the above-named
The highest market rates will be obtained and
Account Sales returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Season.
9 West Front Street.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 m






(Subject to
Prom Liverpool.
Fagland, Wed. March. 2
Helvetla, "'. 9
Spain, 16
ly, 23
Brin, 9 80
EBiiland, Apt. 6
Helvetia, 18
Spain, 20
Italy, 27
Erilt, May 4

From London.
Greece, Wed. Mar. 2
*Holland, Sat. Mar. 19
Canada, Wed. 28
*Denmark,Wed. 80
Greece, Weil. April 18
The Steamers Holla
not carry Passengere.
Rates of passage, to
pool $60 to $70.
To Londou direct, $1
Excursion Tickets $1
Steerage passage $2(.
For further information
any's Olfices, Nos. 69,
New York.
F. W

New York, 3rd March, 1!

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Boards of Underi
Boston, Philadelphia, &c
accordance with the Pol



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Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore english ad American Goods,
Sat., Mar, 19, 730 a. m Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated English and American Goods,
at.,Mar.1, 72 p.m by physicians without beneficial effect. No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
April%7. -.m. October 26th, 1880.-6n6m
16, 6-30 a.m. No. 99 WEST HOUSTON-ST.,CITY.
23, I1 p.m. Sit,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
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ay 1 a.m. every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it*
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and although it at first caused occasional dizziness in each month.
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SMy digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great. chants, London, execute indents for every de;-
Queenstown or Liver- ly nef Yvtrs, WM. A. PIERMAN, eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
0 to $60. No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City. era .
10 to $120 Liverpool. Highest Nlarket Rates secured for consign-
100 to $ll0 London. .. Nw YORn, Feb. 3, 1880. ments of Bermuda Produce..
C. Johnson, M.D., For Freight, Passage, and all Information,
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. J. HURST, acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks June 5, 1880.-12 m
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ons from th Marine P. YOUNGni
writers of Ntw York, to Furnish
c., I am notified that in j No. 261 West Heuston-st., City. i
icies of Insurance now BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880. d
l l. :il,, dA 4BC9

issued, itV Is imperatuiveo it-alt lmii nu uu-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving jit these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the sime so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
Solo Resident Agent of Underwriter
of New York, Boston, Philadelphias
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c. '
St, George's, Permuda, 14th Feby., 1881.

DEAR StR,-This is to certify that I have found
n.efe good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
at,d Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. Georges.

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 aihout 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial Iee Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879,

To the Consignment of
masse. MZDDLT.'oN & co.,
Will please call upon the Undersigned who wilI
render them every facility for so doing.
February 22, 1881.-tf

W. H. Watiungton,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Reid Street, nuer Queen's,
Hamilton, Bermuda.

St. George's Botel,

St. George's, Bermuda.
TV. Kenssiehy, Proprietor.

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

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


r7'HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
t attention of the MFRC!IlANT'S OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with the House of
H. X. d. F. B. Thurber &0 Co,,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturers ot Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attnlndod personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and 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
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m



THE above WATCHES forboih
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style-of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch C6. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street,ltamilto .
Deer 16, 1878. u.o.o.

where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will
printed at the shortest iQtice.--Ag
at St.. Gcarges foe r th lyal'l Gazele,
Mesrs. 'GEORGE BoyL tiSCb W est End.
Water Street.

U I LIN E, I9, tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilei and
Balth, a reviving ifentt fndpo uq fldi ant
T" .7 Fdr warm elir8ateit iNinvRab.L J
United States 'Malil Steaibers RfiMEL'S tEL BRAE LAVENDR,.
__ WATER. -
W ATER-.. ... ...
EVAA IY TUEASUAY NrantPerfumes. .
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m. garesab ooks e u if ur9?M .
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday April12, at3p..* RrMM'ELI8 E WtHPE LCfINE
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at 8 a.m. ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and Other
ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 10, at 2 p.m. Toilet Soaps in bars or cAk. *"' .. *A
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday MAy 17,at 8alm. RIMMEL'3S VELNE1NiE,;'i-~LET, RICE,
pa*gi9SF.-LLAo'a^( r T4 S1i'O WDBin
The above Steamers are built expressly for h(xesba'F jre'4cket|| i' O
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, an4d RIMM L ALLA BN cleani,4t ens
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stpw, and preserves the ite6lht .afreibea tle mouth, and
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations ard un' sweetens the breath..
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers,,aod,.the RIMMEL'S ARO6,AATICdOoN0IZRff, tfrNa-
Starte Rooms are onain deck opening into the tural Air: Vvilervtrfragiat Powder which diffuses
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort i tandhe.heucalthy and srfteu s I. .nti i
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light. a Ea ly pu f oior9sR"
E. Ti Mi1 mEL, eriu apeit r
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano On H.- Princess ofWValeu,SnW, ,i on7
each Steamer.
each Steamer. Boulevard des it4liens, tPriw. -
The U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda'from Ber uv ia t... -.
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at NewYorlI 2ay ... -
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can b ProteCtion fltgatt' f t
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail THE MST MO RTETl.
ing next day. T .E MOST MOAlDRATE ;_lillS
Tr Candbe obtained Trom ti.fT I'T M
WILLIAMS & GUIONt en I, itx astAcv cMt#
Agents, of London,
29 Broadway, New York. One -f i reststabli` t
New York, March 24, 1881. wayewffices i he stablitaiddIn. t
Offices iti dreat Britain.
Through the BIRANq' OFFICE in these
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. islands, a Aving is elected to thelns ed
-- of the. .tabnpaDujy IGetieIratejL
Great progress has been made within a few. RISKS taken.botb o 2 tIh-MdPERONAL.
years in manufacturing food products, and tho. P linpKO| fi 3,t orEJ2 moths.
standard of quality has been raised to a point far 3 o .o" fQ 'fo.
beyond that which'formerly obtained. We claim: No an no t6fA GE for Policies.
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due. N.. .AE,: I P li' R 4fJM
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it .
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE- Ha lo 'l h
soM~ goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac- yu" e f. X" A
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are A K your Groce fot W. E- WiY LAND'S
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers .. ~ \ t bt a yfl.
are authorized to refund the purchase price in:
any case where customers have cause for dissa. t* ^ .'.^'
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both a t
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S o ul i o Ie,'t. ,
BRANDS. Coftnumlon *^ t aH
H. K. & F. B. THURBER &,CO. And 1JfVS RA -4InE iOKERS,
Importers, Manufacturer, iand Dealers in all 18 Leadcidialltre'eLt_...
varieties of Food Products, : .
....D D eLL-
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by raost, rocers Personal attend tfian Consignments of
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6 m Bermuda PROI[-R and the filling of Ber-
April 13, 18 .H
F, For Sale, "e"R ""A3"14
Fo l I 'heodor Oi 6rbrid e.

Payable at end of present Crop Season tr P t. t y SUM
Apply at Royal Gazette" *Office.N V A ;. .I $is W'f -$
Hamilton, April 5, 1881. Office and Regide''eead L"r Hamilton,

For Rent O ors
Wift vt it1. Ge4Wy4 rofioWV"a:-
A H 0 U1 S Office at Mr. George SpurlinSqg
In the Town of Otatiriton. Apply tp Ilymilt .N t T t
REJY A. JAMES, ALL .who wish to have theif
Corner Front St. an4 ChanceryLane. .L Kitchen Utensils,wih to A" a ,
Iamilton, Feby, 7th, 1881. Brass WKitchen WoUtensilsor, ean and

Recewed via ew Yor S houldu eourn, cean-
Per FLAMBOROUGH, oh 16th inst., 1.i Bl
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store, u. '- b' "-V % 8l
Cartridge, Note, Letter and Foolscap
PAPER Tissue PAPER Ask for rde o e kitchen oap
Forrel Covered Account and other BOOKS .QiS l
Quill and Steel PENS PENHOLDERS -I, ... PfPITjrs.g

School Books. .
Gray's ARIThMETIC Warne's ATLAS i '" ,
Murray's, Lennie's and Juvenile GRAMMARS tf' L 1Si2 Ae rv f
Hall's First French Course -" ... O ^ ,A
Henry's First Latin BOO1..K. -, ,- I
WVebster's and Johnson's I)ICTIONAftIES F ji1*1i
McCulloch's Course of READING H. fr TXt d Bsn
Carpenter's and Mavor's SPELLING, (cec. THE Underdi roomed Business
Crnr- a "- .M.avr'a .SP N & 4 c. at his old Stand,1 -Corner of Church and
ASO, Ju"

Lillywhittes as*-faswrrs, and humbl soli-
for 1881. aits a tout uanc ~ m t i llamilton.. March 21, ;1881. T 1 THOM1 S L'1IIREY.
r(fHE manufacturers of Sapolio anied o Janua9/ i bU 1f U
Combine with PRIDE OF TIH EXKITCH- e .yq -, t- o
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence "ALM4./1 --rt., 1881
the bad temper manifested. '*^ % U1 45 It..,.m

Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, April 19, 1881.

For some years the above subject was agita
ted with considerable energy and about tco
years ago the service may be said to havi
been established with the "Fah Kee" and their
with the San Francisco." In the early Cun
ard contracts there existed a mail steam communi
cation with New York, in which the special trade
of these Isiands was not considered. In 1874 thi
Quebec Steamship Company obtained the contract
which they chiefly carried on by the Steam
ship "Canima" up to the end of 1879 undo
the command of Captain Liddicoat who did muc
to forward the business. As this Company's trade
fell away in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on the corn
pletion of the Intercolonial Railway between Que
bee and Halifax, the attention of their managers
was drawn to establishing a West India business
from New York in connection with their Bermuda
business. Several of the Steamers now employed
on that line were in the first instance secured as
extra steamers for Bermuda during crop season
Owing to the energy of their Agents both here and
in New York and under their fostering care, the
business of the Company continued to increase in
both freight and passengers The Company were
urged by their friends and threatened by their ene
mies to provide a more suitable steamship for the
regular fortnightly service; and after no little de
lay the arrival of the new steamship Orinoco,'
specially constructed for the trade is the immediate
outcome of all tlis agitation. The Company saic
in effect the volume of travel is not sufficiently
great or steady to justify the providing of a larger
And more costly ship, your freighting is largely
confined to a few months in the year for regular
cargoes both ways, and your inner navigation pre.
sens difficulties for a larger class of ships than we
have been employing on the line. On the other
hand it was strongly represented to the Company
,that a large class of travellers would not come t(
Bermuda unless they were as comfortably provided
for as in other steamers running to Southern and
West Indian Ports. But that, if better or equally
good accommodations were offered, a superior class
of travel would be induced and a greater steadiness
secured in its stream. The increasing trade o:
these Islands was shown as sufficiently encouraging
to justify the venture, and the friends of the Comr
pany could clearly foresee that, if they allowed the
opportunity to slip, an opposition might step in and
occupy the ground. The Quebec Steamship Com.
pany had reached such a point that to do better or
even retain their ground greater efforts were requis.
ite. The spirit of enterprizing venture prevailed, and
the result is the presence of the Orinoco" in the
waters of Hamilton Harbour. The above question
has entered largely into our local politics, but leave.
ing it where the law now does in the hands of the
Board of Public Works, let us step on board the
Orinoco" and see what are her provisions for
passengers, crew, freight and live stock.
On the hurricane deck abutting the bridge for.
ward, whence is had an admirable look out from
stem to stern, is the wheel house fitted with steam
steering gear which can be disconnected for hand
work, speaking tubes, Engineers telegraph, etc
Adjoining is the Captains room. The skylight
of the Dining Room opens on this deck, affording
even in rough weather a good ventilation. A
plank bridg-e connects the deck of the fore houses
with that ,f the aft range, of houses where is a
prominade with seats for Cabin passengers, ascend.
ed by stair from the upper deck; where aft of al
is the hand steering reserve wheel. The ship is
amply provided with eight boats distributed on
each side. While comfort has been largely con-
sidered in all the arrangements stability and safety
have not been in any way apparently overlooked
On the upper deck aft we observe a cluster of
rooms apportioned Smoke room, two Staterooms
Ladies Saloon, Companion Way Hall. Decend.
ing we find ourselves in the Aft Saloon with table
and chairs in the centre, settees at the sides and airy
staterooms. Two passages lead aft giving access t(
the range of staterooms which extend to the stern
the inner section being the continuation of the Aft
Saloon. Two Bach Rooms and Closets and Lavatories
are provided. Forward of the Companion Way and
Aft Hatch is the Dining Saloon, extending across'
the ship and fitted in accordance with the arrange-
ments now most approved on board first class steam.
Sera. The machinery casing terminates this saloon
on the starboard side of which is the Steward's Pan.
try and Stores and Stewards.Rooms closets, and Pass
age leading to the Second (Fore) Cabin which is well
fitted up, and is in reality the choicest position on
board for those who desire the least possible motion
some half. dozen rooms in the port side on the
upper deck A dumb waiter leads to the Cook's
Department. We sometimes wish that the Kichen
Ashore could shew as many marvels as the Kitchen.
at-Sea Forward are the Cattle Quarters and then the
Forecastle. On the upper deck, just a little aft of the
machinery, are Deck Cabins and forward of these
on both sides are the quarters for the various offi-
cers of the Ship. So much for the general arrange.
ments of the steamship. A visit to the engine room
reveals what has been done to secure the highest
possible advantages, as to power and speed, in a
ship of this class. It would have been idle to have
fitted up a floating palace, and to have simulta-
neously overlooked the engineers' department, and
we feel assured that the Board of Public Works
will here find their survey satisfactory. The
Steamship is in charge of Mr. J Griffths the Eng.
gineer appointed by the Engineers, Blair & Co.,
tocton-on.Tees, who guarantee the satisfactory
working of the machinery for six months under
their own inspection. The builders are Wm Grey
& Co., West Hartlepool. The old Salt's stand-
by has not been neglected. Spars and can-
vass are here provided to assist the propeller, or
if necessary, to take its place for a short time.
Safety, expedition, speed and comfort are pass-
ports of travel. The command has been en-
trusted to Captain Fraser, formerly of the "Flam-
borough," and a good navigator. A native of Pic-
tou, Nova Scotia, a stirring port in a maritime
country, with nearly twenty years' experience at
sea, passengers may feel assured. Mr. Dupont,
favourably known to our commercial community,
is Purser, a post of some moment which the public
will learn with satisfaction is so ably filled. Mr.
E. Balenger who has given satisfaction on board
the Flamborough is Steward. The other
appointments are in keeping. Public patron.
age is all that now remains to have the question of
team connection with New York made a success.

We feel that with a little patience on the part of
the Company the fruits of this enterprise will in
no long time make themselves apparent, and re-
sult favourably both for them and Bermuda.
A large number of people visited, the Orinoco"
yesterday and expressed themselves generally sur-
prised with the character of the ship and her fitt-
ings. Experienced travellers spoke most favourably
that the Orinoco was quite equal to any ocean
steamship and for her size uncommonly well
equipped. Mr. Scott of the firm of A. E. Outer-
bridge & Co., New York, came down with the
"' Orinoco whose model is good, her dimensions
not shewing up owing to the contour of her lines
and the break in the admidship line of houses,

For the Royal Gazette.
In reply to your query respecting the Glebe Road to
the North Shore, 1 may state that the Superinten.
dent of Colonial Works" was about to proceed in the
matter when he discovered some little informality ow-
ing to the alteration of the original plan, which must
await the next Session of the Legislature, and when
arranged the work will meet due attention.
April 16, 81.S NOT FORGOTTEN.

- [ [Witten Erpressly for the Royal Gazette.]
English Topics.
- Mr. Gladstone performed the rare feat of intro-
n during and explaining 'the Budget and the Irish
e Land Bill in the same week. His speeches on both
1 indicated no abatement of intellectual vigour. They
- displayed that lucid arrangement of details, that
" clear and compact marshalling of facts and figures,
e which have always made his budget speeches, dry
e and methodical as they generally are from other lips,
t one of the attractions of the session in which they
- were spoken. He said that the present, his elc-
r venth budget, was probably the last he should in-
h troduce, and on all sides the intimation is regretted,
e and it is felt that it must be his own choice and not
" any present or perceptible weakening of his powers
- which influences such a determination. The budg-
s et makes some reduction in duties and remits a
s penny in the income tax, and proposes a few other
a changes which are approved. There will be no
d factious delay in passing the financial measures of
s the Government. Before the budget was intro-
. duced, and when the army or some other supply
d bill was being considered, the Premier proposed to
e treat it as urgent" under the new rules, but the
n House refused to sustain him. It was explained
e that, owing to delay, the appropriations were nearly
- exhausted, and that the supplies must be speedily
e voted. But it was said by the Conservatives, very
, properly, that this wapsnot a contingency the clo-
ture was designed to meet-that it was obstruction,
e and not the usual consideration of financial mea-
i sures, which justified a recourse to it, and Mr. Glad-
Y stone, though taking the vote, admitted the force
r of the reasoning, and asked and had diligent con-
Y sideration of the bills of supply.
r The Irish Land Bill is a very large and compre-
- hensive measure. It is based on the reports of the
e Commissions which have considered Irish ques-
r tions, and enlarges all the relief provisions of the
T Act of 1870, and introduces new ones. It gives
o the tenant the right, in cases of difference with the
1 landlord as to the rent to be charged, to apply to
I courts to decide between them, and the rent fixed
by the court is to be dinding for fifteen years, when
s at the option of either party a new rate shall be
s decided upon in the same way. The Land Commis-
t sions are authorised to advance money to tenants
to assist in purchasing their holdings or any other
- lands which are for sale. Upon a sale of lands the
e tenant has the right to be reimbursed for his im-
provements. The claims of the Land League com-
- prised in the "three Fs" are recognized and con.
r ceded. The bill is generally acceptable to the
- Liberals, and the Irish faction, though insisting
that it does not go far enough in its remedies,
e seems willing to support it as something on the
way towards their demands. The cable reports.
" while giving a mere synopsis of the provisions of
e the Bill, send more fully the press comments on it.
e These, on the whole, are more favorable than had
r been expected. All admit the thorough character of
the measure, and the well considered and constructed
* scope of its provisions. The Duke of Argyll, Lord
Privy Seal, had left the Ministry because he could
not support the bill. He said that he was willing
-to improve the terms of ownership of land in Ire-
* land, but that this measure made neither the ten-
t ant nor landlord the owner, the ownership being
in the Courts or Commissions, or in abeyance dur-
ing a tenancy accompanied with 'so many of the
s rights of ownership. No doubt it does control and
discipline those relations of landlord and tenant
" which have been accustomed to rest on contract and
1 agreement. No doubt the local Courts and Land
s Commissions are to intervene between landlord and
tenant, not only as a mediator, but as an authority,
- to save and protect the latter from his defaults and
extend to him favors no custom or contract has yet
I to the same extent given him. But all this is a
f part of the Irish difficulty which ordinary reme.
, dies fail to cure. The hostility of the land owners
- will be hardened by their fear that similar mea-
e sure will soon be extended to England. The
F bill will be taken up after Easter, and the debates
D will show whether it is more vulnerable than on its
i first reception it seems to be considered by the
press and public.
s The budget and the land bill though received
With moderate favor or acquiesence, will scarcely
of themselves atone for the action of the administra-
* tion in making peace with the Boers, and inevacuat.
* ing Candahar. There is a decided restiveness at
, making peace with an enemy who has gained a
* temporary advantage in battle. It is more natural
" than philosophic tobeat him first and treat with him
l afterwards. It does not seem to satisfy this com-
bative spirit to shew that in entering on the fight
, the vanquished were wrong, and that the moment.
ary check should have no weight, as the power to
9 retrieve it and to ensure the final result of the con-
test is preponderating and unquestioned. The
Conservatives have already in the Lords gained an
advantage over the Government, and they intend
Sto attack the Ministry on both questions in the
Commons. They will miss, however, their most
able champion and leader. Lord Beaconsfield has
been, and continues to be, so ill that it is not likely
he can help his party in the encounter. His illness
has lasted for ten days or more, and the bulletins
at times have been despairing in their tenor.
There are Rfluctuations in his condition, but he
Seems to grow weaker, and the last accounts were
not encouraging. He has said that he must get
well to make a speech on the Candahar abandon.
meant, but his indomitable will which has done so
much, and even now sustains him, must be nearly
overcome. His political adversaries, including Mr.
Gladstone, as well as his friends, throng to his
house, where, without children, wife or intimates,
this remarkable man lies almost in extremist; and
criticism of his career has already become more
tender as death seems so near and recovery only

The favorite Wallack Tripologue, under the pa-
tronage of The Admiral, and by permission of Cap-
tain Barnardiston, gave two performances last week
in the Theatre Royal. On Wednesday the house
was filled, the Army and Navy being well represent-
ed, also quite a number of the civilians from Som-
erset were present. The Performers had quite a
good reception and created a most favorable impres-
sion. Fannie Wallack was repeatedly encored in
all her songs, and Watty Wallack and Rider voci.-

ferously applauded all through the evening, caus.
ing much merriment by their comic acting. On
Thursday the Theatre was packed and many per-
sons were unable to obtain admission. After the
Comedy the Wallacks were called before the cur-
tain, gracefully acknowledging the honor. Watty
in a neat speech informed the audience that in con-
sequence of the favorable reception the Troupe had
met with and the hearty welcome he had received
after so long an absence, his stay in Bermuda would
be prolonged, and that at no distant period the
Tripologue would visit their friends for a few more
evenings; which announcement was received with
warm plaudits, most gratifying no doubt to the
Last night the Troupe played at Bailey's Bay,
in the Lyceum Hall, with what success we have not
yet heard. They are announced to appear in the
Town Hall, St. George's, on to-morrow (Wednes-
day) night, where we feel confident a brilliant re-
ception awaits them.
We believe Mr. Wallack's intention is3 to try and
make arrangements to play at the Barracks St.
George's and Prospect, and at Boaz, Ireland Island,
at Somerset, prior to his returning to Hamilton for
a few final performances before the departure of
the Troupe for America. The dates of the appear.
ance of the Troupe at the different places will be
announced by advertisements in this Gazette.

[Written especially for the Royal Gazette.]
Decidedly rapid _and frequent communication
with a great, gay, and expensive country like Ame-
rica is not an unmixed good.
Better and fresher food certainly is provided,
labour in exchange is realized in greater proper.
tion as those exponents of active energy, the Pota-
toes, Onions and Tomatoes go to the foreign market
to be turned into money, strongly reminding the
thinker of George Stephenson's opinion, that coals
are the bottled up sunshine" of countless ages ago
exhumed for the use of the present time. En-
lightened, refined, scientific people,'moreover, come
to rest their minds and contemplate the curious
gifts of the ocean to this highly favoured Island.
Friction with such minds must, as explained by
Bacon, make the local understanding more ready.
It must not be forgotten, however, that the mix-
ture of evil appears in the fact that "too much
luxury and a plenty of bread" have a standing
indictment in the historical pages of the world, as
being great promoters of effeminacy, immorality,
and discontent, and that debased votaries of those
three results are as likely to visit the country as
their noble opposites; so that while extra comfort,
wealth and intelligence flow in, as do streams,
poisoned fountains are to be watched for and fear-
ed. Poison may be imbibed through the mental
tolerance of those noxious and semi-licentious teach-
ings of the stage, where soaweUmes want of truth
and wily intrigue are held up as ways towards suc-
Certain religious bodies have included the stage
among those branded incentives to evil which sober
thinking people should avoid. These decided
movements, like breakwaters, are absolutely neces-
cessary, at times, to check the violence of a tide.
Once checked, however, deference to that great
difference between inanimate tides and the soul in-
spired vortex of human beings, should point to-
wards cleansing the springs of evil, by bold elimi-
nations, rather than towards shrinking from such
wholesome efforts, the very making of which is en-
In this country the course to be pursued is to re-
fuse both plauditory comment and monetary sup-
port to actors, showmen, or lecturers whose exhibi-
tion are not strictly modest, pure, and ennobling;
a course very easy if it becomes an established cus-
tom never to purchase any tickets except from re-
sident, respectable ticket vendors, whose reputation
shall be relied on as responsible for the purity of
the subject matter of the nature of which they have
assured themselves before they have undertaken
the ticket selling.

Arrival of the English Mall of the
1st April.
The Royal Mail SteamerlBeta, Capt. Shaw, with
the English Mail of the Ist instant, arrived at St.
George's on the afternoon of Thursday last.
We are indebted to Capt. Shaw and other friends
for Haalifx papers of the llth inst.
Prince Pierre Napoleon died at Versailles on the
8th inst. of gout.
Brigands near Salonica, Turkey, have abducted a
Mr. Suter, an Englishman, Manager otfthe Opome-
lia mines, near Mount Athos. They demand 15,-
000 ranson for him.
ed to notice by the Halifax papers of the latest
date that the new sugar refinery at Riehmond is
now in full operation. After some few days spent
in testing the pipes, boilers and machinery, on the
7th inst., the first batch of sugar was melted and
slowly put through the varions processes, and on
the 9th what was ordinary raw sugar on the 7th
was turned out of the centrifugal, pure white sugar
of the firet quality. They bad turned out about 60
barrels of sugar. For this result to be obtained so
soon from the first melting is considered very rapid
ST. PETERBBBRG, April 10.-At the trial of Ni-
hilists on Saturday assistant prosecutor Muravieff
strongly denounced the revolutionary doctrines and
deeds avowed by the accused, demanded the sever-
est penalty for all alike, and concluded by declaring
that the fidelity of the people to the Imperial throne
was unshaken, and that the efforts of the terrorist
party in this direction bad proved absolutely abor-
tive. The prisoners listened unmoved. Jeliahoff
and Kibalescbitisch took notes. At 5-30 in the
afternoon recess was taken until 7 o'clock when
counsel for defence spoke about two hours. About
9 o'clock Jeliboff rose to speak in his own behalf.
He was several times interrupted by the presiding
judge. When Jeliahoff finished, the Court asked
the accused if they bad any further defence to
urge. They replied in the negative, the Court re-
tired for consultation, and returned at 12-30 this
morning. The twenty-four questions formulated
for determination concerning the prisoners' guilt
were then read. The Court again retired to con-
sider the verdict. After three hours' deliberation,
they returned at 6"20 a.u. with a verdict of "guilty"
against all. The sentence of death, by hanging,
was pronounced. Sophie Pieoffeky's sentence will
be referred to the Czar for confirmation, because
she is of noble birth.

LONDON, April 9.-A-dispatch from OChio to the
Times says a medical commission Is now sitting to.
consider the expediency of covering the rubbish in
the fortress with earth, as there is no hope of saving
any lives. Thedisintermento tbhedead might pro.
duce an epidemic. It is believed that throughout
the Island, which contained 70,000 inhabitants, six
or seven thousand were killed and a quarter of the
survivors wounded. The French, British, Uuited
States, and Austrian gun vessels ina the harbour are
doing all in their power to assist the authorities in
their work of relief. Only ten of the inhabitants of
Chesne are killed, but many bouses are in ruins and
30,000 people are without shelter.
Mr. Parnell, speaking at Birmingham yesterday,
said he would consult his colleagues and give the
Land League's view of the Land Bill in a speech
.at Cork on Sunday. Though the Bill fll far short
of their programme, namely, the abolition of land.
lordism, he would, he eaidwelcome any ameliora-
tion of the lot ol tenant farmers.

There is information that a portion only of Colo.
nel Platter's African expedition was murdered, and
that the natives offer the remainder, including
Colonel Flatter, as an exchange for some of their
women and children prisoners in Algeria.
In the Newfoundland Legislature a Joint Com-
mittee ol both Houses, has been appointed to ne-
gotiate a railway contract, subject to the approval
of the Legislature.
Two Steamers had arrived at St. Johns, N. F.,
from the ice: one with 40,000 and another with
20,000 seals.
DISASTERS iN FzaBRARY.- The direction of the
Bureau Veritas has just published the following
statistics of maritime disasters reported during the
month of February, 1881, concerning all flags:
Sailing vessels reported lost-52 English,17 Fiencb,
6 German, 6 Austrain, 6 Italian, 5 American, 4
Dutch, 3 Norwegian, 2 Russian, 2 Swedish, 1 Greek,
1 Portuguese, total, 105. In this number are in-
cluded 13 vessels reported missing. Steamers,
reported lost-10 English, 1 Awerican. 1 Spanish
1 Dutch, 1 Russian, 1 bwedishb ; total, 15. In thi6
number are included 2 steamers reported missing.

Peace with the Boers--Terms of the Settlement.
NEWCASTLE, MAitac 26 (6 P.M.)-The following
are the full terms of the agreement entered into be-
tween Sir Evelyn Wood and the Boers, signed this
morning by Messrs. Kruger and Jorrissen on behalf
of their party, by which her Majesty the Queen of
Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India, &c.,
is graciously pleased to restore to the Boers recently
in arms, and who dispersed to their bomes on March
25, the Transvaal, subject to the suzerian rights of
Great Britain:
The country is to have entire self-government
as regards its interior arrangements ; hut in respect
to frontier affairs the control over foreign relations
is reserved to the suzerain.
In the definition of Suzerainty is also included
the right of moving troops through the country in
time of war.
The transfer of the government will be carried
out within a period of six months at the latest.
With a view to separate the Transvaal from the
great native States in the East, the determination
of the existing boundaries of the future territory
will form part -of the work of the Royal Commis-
sion which will assemble at once.
The Royal Commission -will take into consider-
ation the means for the protection of the natives
Until the report of the Royal Commission is ap-
proved by her Majesty's Government the Transvaal
will remain under British administration.
A British resident with such functions as may
hereafter be determined, will be appointed, and will
be located at the future capital of the government.
"Her Majesty's Government guarantees to the
Boer leaders, individually and collectively, and to
those acting under their orders, immunity from civil
process for acts done in reference to the war until
self-government is accorded.
The questions of compensation to either side for
acts not justified by the necessities of the war are
to be remitted to the Royal Commission, which is
to judge as to what acts come within the meaning
of justification.
There shall be no molestation for political opi-
nion or action on either side.
The Boer leaders engage to co-operate with her
Majesty's Government in bringing to justice those
who have committed, or are directly responsible for
acts contrary to the rules of civilized warfare,"

For the Royal Gazette.
"Stag Channel" has just discovered:-
1st-That Castle Harbour must be fortified.
2nd-That it is not easier of access than Grassy Bay.
3rd-That it affords no better anchorage.
4th-That, although nearer to the ocean, it gives it
no advantage over it.
5th-That the Great Sound is the better harbour.
Now it is worthy of enquiry whence this poetic view
was taken. It does not appear by our chart, or sur-
vey, or official report. It is said to be derived from
facts," but they aic imaginary facts, as I shall pro-
ceed to show.
1st-There will bo no necessity to build forts."
No enemy's ship would attempt to approach it with-
out a native pilot (on whom they could place reliance)
and what enemy would trust such a pilot ? The na-
tural defences are of themselves sufficient even with a
deep channel. Wars seldom come at unawares, and at
short notice a suitable naval guard-ship could be placed
in position, and with the aid of a torpedo company
and such mnen and ammunition as the forts at St.
George's could furnish, no enemy could land. If
the present entrance can be stopped effectually with
a few loads of rubble" it will only require a few more
loads to fill up the additional excavation in case of
need. An enemy would approach cautiously. But
no doubt Paynter's Vale" wound afford a few score
loads of heavy block stone from its quarries to keep
the rubble down, on moderate terms ? Perhaps a
little gun cotton might be advantageously interspersed
in the rubble.
2nd-To say that Castle Harbour (with an improv-.
ed depth of water) will not be easier ol access than
Grassy Bay is such a patent error it needs no reply.
As to the greater safety in approaching the latter, I
find the following in the Colonist of 30th March :-
The German training ship Nymphe, from Havana
26th, struck on a shoal on her way to Grassy Bay."
The weather was clear, with a moderate wind, and
she doubtless had a branch pilot on board.
3rd-Can Stag Channel" really be serious in say-
ing that ships are as safely anchored in an open bay ns
in a land-locked, snug little haven ot placid waters"
like Castle Harbour ? Let "Jack" answer.*
4th-He evidently thinks that distance lends en-
chantment to the view" of a worn out crew in a leaky
5th-Will those who have witnessed the disturbed
waters of the Great Sound frequently this winter give
it preference as a harbour affording better shelter ?
Has it taken us twenty years to learn how easily
Stag Channel could be deepened by a dredging ma.
chine ? Ii it were done when 'tis done, then 'twere
well it were done quickly," as well as
If so desirable an anchorage, how is it that a
short time ago it took two or three days to put a lew
tons of coal on board a ship there; and how is it that
owing to worrying and str1ining at her moorings the
coal hulk had to come inside and take refuge at the
coal yard to escape danger?

In a letter from a gentleman on H. M. S. North-
ampton, published in'the Halifax Morning Herald of
the 9th instant, we find the following account of a
visit, by a majority of the officers and seamen of that
ship, to the famous pitch lakes:
"I think I cannot do better than give you a slight
description of the trip. Nearing the land in a heavy
surf, we were gesticulated to by a party of natives
who were directing us to the most suitable landing
place. We were much surprised on landing, to find
that the pitch appeared to pervade everywhere, the
bench, roads, soil, etc., and what appeared most sur-
prising was the luxuriant vegetation that sprung out
of this and of the soil. The lakes cover an area

ot about ninety acres, and contain some millions of
tons of pitch. On first appearance it seems like a
multitude of small water pools intersected by black
masses, which on closer inspection prove to be circu-
lar masses of pitch, rounded at the edges, the water
filling up the hollows. What is particularly strange
is that these individual bosses," as they are termed,
are quite distinct from each other, the narrow cre-
vices separating them being in some cases unfathom-
able by any means at our disposal. The "bosses"
around the outer portions of the lake are quite solid,
but towards the central part we have the satisfaction
of seeing the liquid pitch oozing upwards and form.
ing new "bosses." The decayed vegetable matter
beneath that would in other more temperate climates
form peat, etc, is here by the extreme beat decom.
posed into oil and pitch. These being forced upwards
along the line of least resistance eventually arrive at
the surface and then flow into any convenient hollow
the oil evaporating and the pitch slowly solidifying.
Unfortunately, owing to an admixture of about 20
per cent of earthy matter accumulated during its
upward passage, this material is of very little com-
mercial value for the ordin ary usues of pitch, but
from the amount we saw dug up and carted away to
the baling house at the landing place we concluded
that a decent business was done with this material
despite its impurity, this admixture of earthy matter
making it particularly suitable for paving purposes.

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M AVOit'S and Carperter's SPI'LL[NG(S
McCullocks REA)ADlRS, Ist, 21d, 3rd
and 4th
M urray's and Lenaie's GI AM A ItS
Exercise BOOKS Paper KNIVES
Music PAPER Luggage LABLES
Tooth BRUSH ES Porcupine PENiHOLD-
Red Seal WAFVERS, Large and Small
Bone and other Paper KNIVES
Bill FILEl.S
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKS
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS
Camel tiair PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.
Note PAPI'K:t and ENVELOPES, black bor-
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