BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 17.-Vol. LVI. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS. 2Zs, per Ann
Htassilton, Bermuda, Tues.da/ April 96, 1S81.
J %.JIl u -LU Jl* J
SLox)oxN, 31st March, 1881.
POTATOEs ex Ceto arrived to a very unsettled
market owing to which cause, and the reluctance of
Dealers to take up with anything they have not
been accustomed to, we have not hitherto been
ablet0 make much way with them.
We have placed a few direct with consumers,
who, we are glad to say report favourably upon
them,'so that we hope eventually to dispose of a
considerable portion of the present consignqients by
private contract, to which end we are still working.
We cannot, however, afford to disregard the deal-
Prs altogether if the trade is to be carried on to any
gredt extent, and we, therefore, take this opportu-
nity to put, before you, the objections that have
been raised by them, and why the Potatoes are not
saleable as readily as we hoped they would be, in
the ordinary way in the open market.
In the first place they say they. do not look like
new potatoes at all, and one and all refuse to pur-
chase them as such-classing them with what are
called Malta winter crop new," though admitting
at same time that they are far better. What is
wanted is that the skin should rub up at the touch,
instead of being tough-and this we are inclined to
think would be obtained if the Potatoes were pack-
ed in close cases, as our opinion is that the parch-
ment look that they have assumed arises as much
from exposure to the air as anything, and conse-
quently future shipments should be made in closed
cases similar to those in which Lisbon's are ship-
pad. We have had the opportunity of inspecting
some from Lisbon packed in closed cases and the I
contrast is very marked, amounting indeed to the
difference between a saleable article and one' not
readily so in the ordinary way upon the open mar-
ket.. We may add that there is no reason why the
size of the packages should be restricted to 56 lbs.,
and it would doubtless be more economical to emr.
ploy larger ones, it certainly would not render the
sale fess easy.
Another objection is the disparity of size in some
of the cases ranging from small round things the
size of bullets to some of 4 inches in length. We
are confident that well selected crates of medium
sized potatoes would command from 10/ to 20/ a ton
more than the same sort packed irregularly.
It must be borne in mind that our Dealers are
all more or less interested in the old crops, having
bought them in the ground, and that they are jeal-
ous of anything that tends to shorten their time for
getting rid of them, so that every care must be tak-
en to .give;tfiemi no excuse for not taking up our
Produce as they have been obliged to do that frorn
Maltg, Lisbon and other places from which we now
draw our early spring supplies.
At the moment A shi.,Laf Kidney aitetidedyi
-the best for this market, next to them Prolifics,"
and lastly the Early Rose-this comparison of course
arises from the first being the best known and the
last the least, but we are not without reason to
think that the Early Rose will be better apprecia-
ted when better known.
Last Sales-ltidneys, selected, 14/6 per cwt.
Prolifies, selected 10/ "
Roses 8/ offer-
ed, we believe, but not reported to us.
ToMAToEs.-The ordinary small boxes are not
suitable for this market. Those sent were in
some cases quite rotten. Sound were worth 2/ per
box but the quantity was too small to be any eri-
terion as toi.value.
ROBERT G. LEE & CO.,
18 Leadenhall St., E.C.
E, B. JONES,
Corner of Reid and Queen Streets,
Is now receiving from London a further supply
S&., consisting in part of:
G E NTS and Boys' Cotton and Elastic BRA-
Ladies', Gents' mnd Boys' Linen COLLARS
n "a CUFFS
(Gents' and I~' Straw HATS
Infants' Pique HATS and HOODS
Ladies Navy Blue, Ma;one and Seal HOSE
Childs' Colored HOSE
Gents' White SHIRTS
4" Oxford SHIRTS
9" thing PANTS
'Black and Colored Silli TIES
White Cambric TIES
Ladies' Brown and White Cotton VESTS
,, White Striped CAMBilIO
White and Colored Silesia and Linings
Gents' White Marcella and D)uck VESTS
Drill and PANTS
and White Linen JACKETS
COLOGNE HairOILS SOAPS
Violet POWDER Do. BOXES and P-UFFS
Chi. WARE and TOYS
Native Work in CEI)AR,
M ETTO and SHEL L.
April 18, 1881.
.Just Received Per S. S" Geto,"
from London, at the
of A. HOLLIS, opposite road leading
through Government Marsh.
Hats in great Variety.,
April 19, 1881.-2
The Undersigned Will Sell,
BY PUBLIC AvC TIO,
07 *W. nOB3r1"RT0O1T,
D. A. C. G.,
At his residence next East of the Wesleyan
Chapel, St. George's,
The 28th April, Instant,
Commencing at 12 o'clock, noon,
In part comprising:
DRAWING Room Tables and 0C [AIRS
Dining Room TABLE and CHAIRS
Duplex and other LAMPS Dish COVERS
Iron BEDSTEADS MATTRESSES
luit of American Bedroom FURNITURE
Bedroom WARE WARDROBE
Chests of DRAWERS CUPBOARDS
Sewing MACHINE, by Wheeler &
Child's CRADLE Kitchen UTENSILS
&c., &c., &c.
Carriage and Harness
If not previously disposed of.
W. T. ROBERTS,
St. Georges, 16th April, 1881.-2
p N, T I C.
pER SONS having BILLS against
4t, 1-i .- 117r T 1) A 1i 11 1 1 /f )k f > Il ', I L % I .- ..!
TO BE SOLD, Commissariat Office,
P L AUG HAMILTON, 19th April, 1881.
Pd I5L~ y'II fS u m 3IE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENE-
rIHE PgREI'SES, IN SANDY'S ,_ RAL will receive Tenders, in duplicate,
rHEREHI1ISE0at1, INSAN DY9S up to 12 o'clock, noon,
AuISII,, at 12 o;clock,
WEDNESDAY7IO1 the day after the ar-
th day of May, now4iext ensuing, rival of the Mail,
Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution is-
sued from the Court of Geteral Assize at
suit of JoHN FOWLE BURROWS vs. AL-
RERT COLBU-G LAMBERT,
Due from New York on 9th May noxt, from
Persons desirous of entering into a Contract
for supplying the Troops with
For 12 months from 1st September,
ID F -1!FI ,t rU
A BOUT 60 RODS of ONIONS, now under 11 It 5 V fl 1 A -
20 od POTATOES For 3 years from 1st September,
2 PIGS .1 'COW
1 HORSE 1 DRAY Forms of Tender and all information can be
I Cart Harness obtained at the Commissariat Office daily, be-
1 Centre Table 1 Sofa 8 Chairs tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p m.
17 Pictures 1 Side Board 2 Small Trays 1 The attention of Tenderers is invited to the
1 Lamp 1 Weather Glas 1 Decanter 1 new terms of Contract for Meat, whereby
1 Glass Dish 1 Bedstead permanent arrangements can be made for the
1 Hair Mattress 1 Feather Bed 2 Quilts, supply for a period of 3 years.
3 Blankets 4 Pillows 1 Crib Tenders to be enclosed in a sealed Envelope
I Dressing Table 1 Looki;g Glass addressed to the DISTRICT COMMISSARY GEN-
I Trunk 1 Basin Stand 1 Candlestick ERAL, and marked on the outside Tender fort
I 'Rocking Chair I -other Bedstead Flour," or "Fresh Meat"' as the case may be.
1 Bed & Blanket I1 Quilt, Bolster and Crib THE DISTRICT CoMTMISSA"RY GENERAL re-
1 Leather Chest I Hat Ract serves the right of rejecting any or all of the
3 Pictures Chair and Trunki Tenders.
2 Large Tables I Cupboard JOHN H. RANDALL,
3 Benches 1 Kettle and Frying Pan A. C. G.,
1 Large Pot I Bucket 2 District Commissary General.
5 Baking Tins I Strainer
2 Sets Carriage Harness I Riding Saddle SMALL BROTHER: Where did you get tha! cin-
1 Bridle I Lamp Hanger dy from. Annie ?"-SMALL SI.STEI: Mother gave
3 Large Dishes 13 Large Plates it to me." S. B. Ah, she always gives you more than
12 Small Plates 2 Clocks me. --S. S. "Never mind; she's going to put mus-
2 doz. tins Sardines (i Cases Lobster tard plasters on us when we go to bed tn-night, and
6 Bottles Ale 1 Basket Toys l'll ask her to let you have the biggest."
3 Boxes Segars 3 doz Lemonade I Freezer *
I Fiddle I Banjo I Gun 1 Pistol Finest N1Vew 0live Oil,
2 S.iig-Pluim Bottles .
t-Famp and Hflanger 4 BencTes 2 Tables In lots to suit Purchasers.
10 Empty Barrels, &c, J. H. DARRELL, JUNK.
- he la to I. J. BARTHO, ,iL Ii ,, ill J. H. TROTT,
please render the,: immediately, and those In-
debted to the same will call and settle their April 18, 1831. P.M..G.
respective Amounts. Also, Persons having left I Two friends meeting, the following colloquy en.
Watches, Clocks and J.ewellery at his Store, will sued: Where have you been?"-" To my tailor ;
please call for them without delay as the businesss and 1 had hard work to make him accept a little
must he settled. money."-" You astonish me! Why ?"-"Because
---- bhe wanted more !"
All of his stock of \Watchls,(Clck-, ,fewellery
&c., will he sold very clenap for the next few NIotice.
days. Also, iouseho lld ects.u e rea
MRS. W. J. BARTHOLOMEW I.I 1 SA ODSDON woull be greatly o-
MRS. J. BARTH OLOMEW. bliged if those IND)EBTED to her would
lamilton, April 19). ll.-2 pay tLeir respective amountsto M11RS. FANNIE
ENDUREi HARDSUIP.-As a gladiator trained the ZUILL by the 15th May next.
body, so must we train the mind to self-sacrifice "to New York, April 9th, 1881.-2
endure all things," to meet and overcome difficulty -- -- --- .. ....
and danger. We must take the rough an3 thorny T
road as well as the smooth and pleasant, and a por- I H PJ A.L.
tion at least of our'duily duty miit be hard and
disagreeable; for the mind cannot be kept strong A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
and healthy in perpetual sunshine oply, and the Milk,
most dangerous of all states is that of constantly re- milk.
curring pleasure, ease, and prosperity. Most per- ,17 E offer under the above brand, a full
sons will find difficulties and hardships enough weight, pure, natural milk, condensed
without seeking them; let them not repine, but take by evaporation, and granulated sugar added in
them as a part of that educational discipline neces- order to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts -of
sary to fit the mind to arrive at its highest good wt.,, ed t one V ro ilk will reduce to the
A LL Persons having just Claims
against the Estate of the late ILUCG RE'IA
KERRI, of Sandy's Parish, deceased, are re-
quested to forward the sa me to me on or before
the 30th instant; and all perso)s Indebted to
the Estate are required to make payment by
E. C. JACKSON.
Hamilton, 18th April 1881.-2
A LL Parties having any justCLAIIS against
the IUndersigned will please pre:ient them
for payment on or before the 30th instant.
All ACCOUNTS due us and not arranged for
by 30th instant, to be settled in full by the 15th
May, will be placed in legal handsfor collection.
DAVIS & PEARMAN.
Crawl, 19th April, 18l .-2
Rob Roy CANOE,
builh) Copper fastened, with
Please apply at the Royal fGazete" Oillee.
H amilton, April 18, 1 1oi-2 |pd
W. H. XWatlingtoin,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOKS,
HlATS, SOAPS, PERIUWIlJE Y, &c., &c.,
Reid street, uear Queen's,
average standard of Orange County milk. I
Every can is warranted. There can be no
better Condensed ililk made than The Pearl,
but it will 1e sold on the principle that low pri-
ces combined with good quality and honest
weight, command the trade.
Price per single case, 48 16-oz. cans, is $6.
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75.
H. K. & F. B. TIIURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.
April 19, 1881.-3m
A very superior animal, well adapted to the
work of the present season, and a great bargain
SAML. D. ROBINSON,
18th April, 1881.
(Strong and well made,)
A SE I' OF HARNESS
anmilton, 18th April, 1881.--3
Dr. E R.
OFFICE No. 9, West Front St.
Above Store of C. T. Conyers, Esqr.,
Residence, IIarrington Place,
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
Will visit ST. (l(ORGK 0 E'S professionally on
Office at McCallan & Co.
Notice to Farmers,
The Undersigned is prepared
give his attention to and forward Con-
Messrs. Terpenning & Mapes,
314 Washington Street,
Messrs. Covert & Sandford,
187 Rleade St., New York.
HENRY C. OUTERBRIDGE,
A p:il 12th, 1881.-tf
A doctor passing a stonemason's shop called out,
" Good morning Mr. D. Hard at work ? I see you
finish your gravestones as far as In the Memory
of,' and then wait, 1 suppose to see who wants a
monument next?" Why yes," replied the old
man-" unless somebody's ill and you are doctoring
him ; then I keep straight on."
In Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
1Dessrs. LAND SON & CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
,-, ..| A A
.. And a Well bred St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3m3p, 9inm ,p.
S < your Grocer for a Cake of I'.DE OF
Apply to Ass:stant Commissary General A TlE KITl'CHEN, for scouring and clean-
ROii, ,ETSON. ing. It is better than Sapolio, and only about
St.George's, 9th April, 1831, half the price,
W 1t DA)
Will be received at my Office up to noon
On Friday, 29th April,
For the purchase of the
Of the Dredging Vessel." Espior" and Tug
The Boilers and Machinery will be removed
and reserved by the Government, also Pumps
and Fittings, transporting Cleats, Brass Staun-
chions, Rails, Awning Staunchions, and Boats
Every information respecting these Vessels
will be afforded on application at the MASTER
SHIP WIGIIT'S OFFICE.
Captain-in-Charge of Naval
II. M. Dockyard, Bermuda,
11th April, 1 t-81.
THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF THE
ADMIRALTY having directed the Entry
OF 6 APPRENTICES
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.
Required for CHIPPING and PAINTING
Chambers of Floating Dock.
Wages 4s. per day
With Quarters on board Hulk.
Apply to Master Shipwright's Office, H. M.
Captain in Charge of Naval Establishments.
H. M. Dockyard, 4th March, 1881.-3m
SOME years ago, at a great sale of win", all the
odd lots were purchased by a grocer in a small
way. The agent had the curiosity to visit him some
time after and enquire what possible use he
could have for such material, lie was shown,
by way of answer, a huge vat, where all the liquors
from humble Gladstoneto imperial Tokay, were fer-
mentingtigether.-"And what," Le asked, "do you
purpose to call this?"-'" I'm not very sure," replied
the grocer, "but I think it's going to turn out port."
X CETO" FItOM LONDON,
At oIyal Gazette" *Stationery Store,
,iCHAP BOOKS ItLOTTERS
S Damping )BRUSllE.1
Carriage Striping PENCILS &c.
A further Supply of
STATIONERY and School
ALSO ON HAND,
An assortment of
Hamilton, April 18, 1881.
BY recent Instructions from the Marine
Boards of Underwiiters of Now York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
accord nce with the Policies of Insurrance now
issued, it is imperative that all Hills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved hy me
as to quantities, prices, &e., and I hereby give
notice of the s'ame so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND,
Sole Iesident Agent of-Underwriters
of Newv York, Boston, Philadelphia,
haltimore, New loansan, &e.
St. George's, errmudi, 14th Fehy., 1831.
Payable at end of present Crop Season
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
HIamiltor, April 5, 1881,
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY REPORT OF TTHE WEATFIER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between ithe
17th andI24th April SS1: height above these where
egi~ter is kept, being 246 feet.
General Ron arks.
Hamilton, April 26, 1881.
DREDGING THE HAMILTON DOCKS..
Late from the United States and Eu-
The necessity for dredging out in front of the rope.
wharves nt Hamilton lbasbPen for some time zener- The Mail Steamer Flamborough, Captain White-
ally admitted as advisable, but now that the Quebec hurst, reached her wharf in this Harbour at half-
Steamship Company have put on the New York past one yesterday after noon. She left New York
route a larger steamship than any heretofore em- on Friday last at 3'30, has had fine weather during
played in the trade, the subject would seem now to the passage.
come before the public with much greater force. The Flamborough was taken up in the Dock in
There is hardly a port of any consequence where New York on the evening of Thursday last and
wharf-dredging has not to be continually attended launched on Friday morning.
to. Dredging is a requisite at all landing places We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst and Mr.
wherever the maintenance of proper depth of waters Purser Brocklesly for files of New York papers of
essential to navigation. In spite of good regulations Friday.
and every care, docks will fill up with sand or mud.
The trade of Hamilton is necessarily limited, and FURTiHER CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.-It was
however enterprising the disposition owing to the rumoured in Liverpool on the 21st that Earl Spen-
restricted area there must exist always a limit to en- cer, Lord Presient of the Council will leave the
terprise here, so that due care must be exercised not Cabinet and that Lord Derby will succeed him.
to undertake any works beyond our reasonable abil-
ity based on a fair estimate of our prospects. The I
Corporation of Hamilton have done a good deal to COERCION IN IRELAND.
improve the water front of the Town in the erection LONDoN, April 21. 1881.-A shoemaker named
of breast-work, landings, andsheds. But so far the Walsh, living near rralee, was arrested under the
deepening of the water in front necessary from the provisions of the Coercion act to day. A list has
I wash of the roadways and other causes, has not been been published in accordance with the act, giving
undertaken as a regular work. The Corporation the names and specifying the offences of all persons
derive considerable revenues from the water privile- arrested up to the 7th. inst. The total number arres-
ges which they enjoy, and it seems only proper that ted is thirty-five. Walsh,the shoemaker, was char-
they should expend a proportion of their income ged with inciting an attack on a house for the pur-
from this source in dredging and thus preserving pose of obtaining arms. One thousand emigrants
April 22-Schr. Chromo, Wooster, Portland, Maine; unimpaired their valuable waterside estate. The
onion box material and scantling to Trott & Cox. present seems an opportune moment to approach
CLEARED. the Corporation of Hamilton on the subject and we
trust the mercantile community and others interest-
April 18-S. S. Crosby. Evans, Philadrlpha ; 1,254 ed in the matter wil bring before that body the ad.
tons iron ore and 20,000 boxes fruit, inward cargro.
20-Mail Str. Orinoco, Fraser. New York ; 445 disability of promptly undertaking the work of
bis. and 2 boxes potatoes, 13,801 boxes onions, 2,4(5 deepening the water alongside the wharf front of
boxes tomatoes, and 69 boxes beets. Hamilton.
Schr. Lilias, Vanterpool, St. John's, Porto Rico;
135bls. potatoes, in bond ex "Flamnborough." 20 DEPARTURE OF THE ORINOCO."
21- S. Potatoes, 1.00 boxes onions, 80 cedar posts. inwar On Thursday last punctually at noon this fine
argo fromLondon, 100tons. P.; part of inwar steamship left her moorings in front of the Great
23-Schr. Meteor, Lunscombe, Barbados ; 50 brls. Shed at Hamilton, and proceeded to Grassy Bay to
and 3 boxes potatoes. 1,091 boxes onions, 6 bls. await the mails, and to take on board the balance
hake, 9 boxes soap, 122 cedar posts, 5 casks, of cargo, some 1,700 boxes of Onions which it was
PASSENGERS, not deemed prudent to load inside, pending the test
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco on Thursday lat for of the ship outwards through Timlins and theStaggs.
New York :-Mrs. Nutchel, Mrs. G. F. Pbetan. Mrs.The result proved that the whole cargo might have
Roaf, Mrs. Sudlum, Mrs. J. E. Sudlam. Mr. and Mrs. been safely put in at the Hamilton Wharf. The
Corbusier, Mr. and Mrs. G. Chauncey, Mrs. Chauncey, scene on board this Steamship previous to sailing
and Miss Chauncey, Mrs. H. Loder, Miss L A. Loder, was one of much animation from the large number
Mrs. A. H. Gibbs, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. M. Roaf and of passengers sailing, and the novelty of the ship
child, Mr. and Mrs. Barritt. Mrs. Elements, Mr. and herself creating some little curiosity.
Mrs. J. MeLeod, Mrs. Wilder and child, Mrs. W.
Davidson, Miss Outerbridge, Miss C. C. Walbridge, We are much pleased, and we are sure it will
two Misses Jourgenser and Master Jourgenser, Miss L be gratifying to very man d we are sure it will
Meigs, Mrs. Menzies. Mr. W\. G. Scott and twochildren, gratifying to very many in Bermuda, to learn
Dr. A. S. Murray, Messrs. Thomas H. Stinson, P. W that Frederick Carpenter, Esqr., A.D.C., to His
Adlet, Geo. Paten, A. D. Smalin, Junr., J.-S. Scott Excellency Major-General Sir R. M. Laffan, K.O.
Thornton, Clements, J. Outerbridge, John McLeod M.G., and late Lieutenant of the 87th Royal Irish
J. Menzies,C. II. Sheldon, John Wilder, H. K. Cruck. Fusiliers, has been promoted to the rank of Cap-
atank, J. C. Wyman, Alex Harvey, T. J. Outerbridgo, tain, and appointed to the 88th Connaught Ran-
G.S S. vey, Robert Shipman, C. G. Parker, L. W. gers, now serving in India.
Amith Walbridg, C. A. Meigs. R. H. Thornton, We are also pleased to learn that this promotion
A. S. Marwick, F. C. Barritt.-Second Cabin, John, will not prevent Captain Carpenter continuing to
Daley, Geo. Brown, Gee. W Green. hold his staff appointment in these Islands.
Passengers, yesterday from New York by the Mil d his staff appointment in these Islands.
Steamer Flamborough:-Mr. and Mrs. J. T. james, BERM A HUNT.
Messrs. W. C. laird, W. H. Beckett, W. V. Carolin BERMUDA HUNT.
George L. Ellard. T. A. Steele and Wm Parkie. The Hunt will take place this week (to-day) in-
It S- S. Ceto, for Nassau, N. P., Capt. Curtis and stead of on Thursday as previously announced,
Mr S. to, oLangridge. Nassau, N. P., Capt. Curtis and the Meet being at 3-30 at the Yacht Club, and the
In the Meteor. for Barbados Miss Dunscombe & Finish at Woodlands. It will be the last hunt of
Servant, Miss Ella Dunscombe, and Miss Eve. I the season and it is hoped that as many as possible
*.--I will attend.
The pretty little English Yacht Steamer Sea King, F. CARPENTER.
Captain Penny, arrived at St. George's from Jamaica I Hon Secretary.
for a supply of coal, on Wednesday last. The Sea King -I
is owned by E. W. Walker, Esqr., of England, bu' was We have been requested to state that as the last
chartered by Earl Brownlow for a cruise. Earl Brown- meet of the Bermuda Hunt has been altered from
low and party left Jamaia about 8th instant in the Thursday the 28th, to THIs DAY, TUEsDAY THE 26TH,
Mail Steamer Don, for England direct. Mrs. Yearsley will be At Home to-day and will be
The Brazilian Barque "Viseonde de Luramento," happy to see her friends at Woodlands, where the
C lra, returned to port on Saturday last. She le.:t St. Hunt will finish.
George's on 19th iutimo bound to New York, and on
c4th instant o Lat. 35'00, Long. 74-14 West, in a cy The Band of the 86th Regiment will not play on
clone, was hore down and compelled for the safety of tie Lawn Tennis Ground to-day, but will play on
all concerned to cut away fortopmast- ack sat hic h Lwn Tennis Ground to-day, but will play on
all concerned to cut away fortopmast-backatays, which the Cricket Ground, Prospect, on Thursday from 4
carried away foremast below the rigging, with the t cket roun d, Friday from 4 to 6.
yards, sails. &e., attached, and jibboom, main and to 5 and on Friday from 4 to 6.
nizen topmasts, etc.; had decks swept. Has experi- 1W A Cricket Match will be played on the Garri-
enced continuous westerly gales ever since leaving son Ground Prospect, on Thursday and Friday next
port.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. between the Royal Engineers and she 86th Royal
Schr. Kestrel," hence arrived at Boston on the 20th Regiment, commencing at 1-30 p.m., on Thursday.
on 21stin E. Symt. ondsts," ene arrived at New York st. Mr. Childer's new scheme for Army Reorganiza-
Schr. Henry Parker" left New York for St tion met with very few disparaging remarks in the
Georges on the 21st inst., to the address of JT. debate on the Army Estimates in the House of
Darrell & Co. Commons on the 14th ultimo. The following are
Schr. "Rebecca," left New York for Bermuda on some of the chief items in the scheme that meet with
the 21st inst. general favor as regards the ranks. Service with
foSchr N. E. Symonds" was to leave New York the Colors is prolonged to seven years and then 5 in
for amilton on the 26th inst., to the address of J. T. the Reserve.
ar Sir Co. Semou" left L No man can be sent on active service until past
aro. Seymour," left London on the 30th the age of twenty. A Sergeant-Major will receive
S "Neptun" was up at London to leave on 4th 5/a day, with rank of Warrant Officer, and a Col-
May. waup at toeave on or-Sergeant 3/ per diem. There is no doubt these
Barque, "Elia Bara hence at New York on.,9th are all steps in the right dir-p'ion, although a great
and left on return on 21st. many military critics think the service with the
Colors ought to be considerably lengthened still,
H and that such recent defeats as we read about would
came S. orthampton, Captain Drummond, never have happened in good old days gone bye
came out of Dock on Tuesday last when, in consequence of long enlistment for 21
We understand that Vice-Admiral Sir F, Leo- years a tie was established between Officers and
pold M'Clintock, Kt., F.R.S., will leave here for men, to which tie, there is no doubt, we owe a great
Halifax in his Flagship the Northampton on the many of our victories to. Whereas now in the
10th proximo. short period of six years an officer connot thorough-
H. M. S. Druid, hence at Halifax on the 18th; ly know his men, or the men their officer, or at
had heavy weather. least connot have that mutual reliance and depend-
S*-- .- ance on each other that is so necessary in the hour
SAFETY OF THE CREW OF THE DERELICT of danger or threatened defeat.
We are pleased to notice by the Maritime Register
of the 13th April, that Captain Winter and the crew of
the Derelict Brig Alfred, which was discovered off lht-
west end of these Isiands on the 6th March last. by
Pilot Pearman and brought into St. George's, has been
safely landed in Liverpool, England. It appears that
Captain Winter abandoned his vessel only the day
before she was discovered by Pilot Pearman. She is
now in charge of the Marshal of the Vice Admiralty
"ALFRED, (Br.) Winter, from Coosaw. for Plymouth,
before reported, was abandoned March 5, in a sinking
cnodi:inn, the crew being rescued by the German Bark
Leopoldine, Frande, from Galveston for Queenstown.
T hi hIlter was abandoned April 1, both crews going
on board the Bark Northern Chief, (Br.) Grant, from
Now York for Hamburg, from which they were trans-
ferred to the Spanish steamer Eduardo which arrived
at Liverpool, april 10, from New Orleans."
THiE MAIL STEAMER BETA."-Thursday last
would be the regular day for the Beta" to leave
Jamaica for Bermuda, but on this occasion her de-
parture must be deferred if necessary, to the ex-
tent of three days to await the arrival at that
Island of the Royal Mail Company's Packet from
An Inquisition was held in the Town Hall, Ham-
ilton, on the 21st instant, before Charles C. Keane,
Esqr., Coroner, on view of the body of Denis Dill,
a man of color, late Pilot of one of the Commissariat
Boats, who died suddenly on the morning of that
d ty ftom natural causes.-Verdict in accordance.
An Inquest was held in St. George's, on the 19th
inst., before Denis Tucker, Esqr., Coroner, on
view of the body of Frank Cushions, late Second
mate of the American barque Casco," the unfor-
tunate man was last seen alive on Penno's Wharf,
where his vessel is lying, on Thursday night, the
14th inst., about 10 o'clock, when he was very
much intoxicated. Verdict found dead in the
From the Auckland. New Zealand, Evening Star,
DEATH OF MR. T. SEON,-We regret to hear of the
death of Thomas Seen, news of which has just been re-
ceived. He learned his trade at Messrs. Fraser and
Tinne's, where he was a great favourite. Since leaving
Phoenix Foundry he has done ample justice to the firm
who taught him his trade, lHe left Auckland as en-
gineer on tile Nebraska, and by reason of his steady
habits and close attention to duties, he was much valu-
ed by the company. He met with his death while shoot-
ing game in Japan; both barrels of his gun burst at
once. His father, Captain Seen, at preset Harbour
Master at Hokianga. is well known as an old Auckland
skipper, and much sympathy is felt for the loss of
[The deceased, N r. Thomas Seon, was nephew of
Daniel E. Seon, Esqr., of these Islands.-Ed. Br.
The Wallaoks continue to charm the St. Geor-
gians with their versatile performances, the Town
Hall has been literally packed for three nights.
The style of performance has taken quite a hold
on the public, and the name of Fannie Wallack is
on all tongues as the most lovely, talented and ed-
ucated vocalist that has visited our shores. Watty
has renewed his acquaintance with his former ad-
mirers and is as popular (ever more so) than when
here before-and Rider, a general favorite. We
believe the Troupe will give several more Enter-
tainments in St. George's, also visit the Barracks
prior to their return here. We hope they will
soon come to Hamilton, we want the Wallacks
again to cheer us up, and they are certain of in-
creased patronage and another hearty welcome on
The'New York Herald of Sunday the 12th instant,
was a sextuple sheet of 144 columns, 110 of which
.were advertisements. Probably the highest point
touched in a single day's business advertising by
any newspaper in the world.
left Queenstown for New York and Boston to-day,
and another thousand are ready to start for the
same ports to-morrow. The emigrants are mostly
of the farming class.
The opinions expressed by delegates at the Land
League Conference were strongly adverse to the
provisions of the Land bill, but it was generally con-
sidered that the measure should not be rejected un-
til an effort is made to amend it. Mr. Brennan
denounced the bill as unworthy of acceptance, it
having been made by lawyers to drag the land
question down into a wrangle in the law courts.
FRANCE AND TUNIS.
PARIS, April 21.-It is stated this morning,
though not officially, that in consequence of the
persistently hostile attitude of tke Bey of Tunis the
French government has determined to send a fleet
of iron-clads to La Goulette. The eventual occu-
pation of Tunis is more probable than ever. The
rumors of Khabyle insurrection which were set
afloat yesterday are happily not yet proved to have
had any serious foundation. A rising is, however,
TUNIS, April 20.-The Bey has again announced
that he can maintain order if the French do not
cross the frontier, but fears a general rebellion if
the Arabs perceive the French enter Tunisian ter-
LONDON, April 21.-A dispatch from Paris states
that three men-of-war will land 16,000 men at
Tabarca as a preliminary operation. Tabarca is
to serve as the base of operations for an attack
on the Kroumirs from the north.
I A despatch to the Times from Durban says :-- I
" Lerothodi, the Basuto chief, asks that hostilities
shall cease for a day to allow him to interview
the Colonial Commander near Maseru."
The Czar Guarded by a Sextuple Cordon of Soldiers.
LONDON, April 21.-The Berlin correspondent of I
the Standard says :-"The Czar still resides at the
diminutive clateau of Gatschina, guarded by six
consecutive cordons of soldiery. His Majesty is
never seen outside the inner circle. Meanwhile
the Anitischkoff Palace, His Majesty's town man.
sion, has been intrusted to the guardianship of 800
men of the Pavlowski Guards.
According to to-day's Intansigeant, of Paris, a
nihilist manifesto announcing the approaching
death of Alexander III. has just been received by
all the Russian Ministers and court officials.
THE NORTH AFRICAN QUARREL.
LONDON. April 4.-A British resident of 'unis
writes to the Times the following, explaining the
situation there: "There is between Tunis and
Algeria a narrow strip of territory barely 15
miles 'across and running 50 or 60 miles in-
land, covered by dense forests and inhabited
by fierce mountain tribes which neither the Bey
of Tunis nor Governor of Algeria have ever been
able completely to subdue. These Tribes carry on
from time to time a species of guerrilla warfare,
sometimes against the Tunisians and sometimes
against the Algerines. They only pay tribute when
forced. Under ordinary circumstances they are
effectually kept in check-under a mutual agreement
by the French and Tunishian troops; but when-
ever a special grievance is sought against the Bey
by his powerful neighbours recourse is invariably
had to alleged raids."
FIFTEEN THOUSAND MEN MARCIIiNG
AGAINST DERVISCII PACHA.
PARIS, April 13.-A special (despat h from
Vienna published here to-day announces that the
whole of Northern Albania has risen in insurrec-
tion and 15,000 men are marching against Delvisch
Pacha at Scutari. The news must be accepted
Candahar was evacuated by the British on the
20th instaut. The British Flag on the Citadel was
hauled down under a salute.
It has been decided to despatch reinforcements
to the Sulu Islands and require the new Sultan to
recognize the protectorate of Spain over the Arch-
CAPE TowN, APRIL 20.-Premier Sprigg has in.
formed the Assembly that the Basuto chief Lero-
thodi has offered to place himself unconditionally
in the hands of the Cape Government and to order
his people to lay down their arms.
LONDON, APRIL 20.-Truth says the Princess Lou-
ise will embark at Liverpool for Canada on May
19 or 26.
The steamer Gallia, which sails from Liverpool
on Saturday 23rd, for New York, takes out the
Duke of Sutherland, the Marquis of Stafford and
party for a tour through Canada.
IV The Musical and Literary Entertainment
held in Mechanics' Hall, on Tuesday evening last,
was well attended by a large and appreciative audi-
ence. The programme, which was well carried out,
was of a highly interesting and edifying character,
and did much credit to those taking part. Partic-
ular thanks are due to Miss Loder-a young lady
from New York--who kindly assisted, and furnish-
ed the public with a rare musical treat. These
entertainments are a means of cultivating -and en-
couraging a taste for Music and Literature, as well
as a means of public amusement. The net proceeds,
amounting to 12 arein aid of the building fund of
the New Methodist Church.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.,
DEAR SIm,-I beg to acknowledge through your
columns the following donations to the new Parish
T. D. Middleton, Esqr................. 10 0 0
Mrs. Rosa Peniston........ ............ 0 4 0
Collections (5) in St. Peter's Church to
date.......................... 1610 0
A lot of Lumber from Mr. Lane.
50 Bushels Lime from Mr. Jacob Trott.
W. R. JIIGINBOTHAM,
Easter Monday 1881.
Sixty-one million of persons passed over the
elevated railroads in the city of New York last year.
terrible phylloxera. It was found in a wood, in the
neighbourhood of the French port and the territory
of King Diango. M. Lecart first saw it in the
spring, but in spite of its outward similarity to our
vines, he could no t bring himself to believe all the
natives told him about it, and determined to wait
until the season of maturity in order to make a
scrupulous investigation. It renews itself yearly;
it only requires three months of warm weather and
it developed best when planted like the hop. After
waiting until its vintage season, so to call it, M.
Lecart, found the fruit to be delicious, and to
possess all the chemical quality of the grapes of
Southern France. Its hardihood is so great that he
believes it could be cultivated even in Siberia. It is
peculiar to the Soudan vine to let fall its leaves and
twigs immediately on the advent of the early cold,
and nothing remains visible but the stem. The
leaves are very much larger than those of European
vines. M. Lecart has handed over 50,000 seed-pips
to the Minister of Agriculture, and hopes that they
may be distributed to such persons and places by
whom and where exact observations will be kept
as to their thriving. His main recommendation of
the new plant is that it has nothing to fear from the
phylloxera, and on this ground he addressed an appeal
to the vine-growers to give it a trial.
DEATH OF LORD BEACONS-
The papers from New York by the Flamborough
yesterday afternoon, brought the melancholy intelli
gence of the Death of Lord Beaconsfield which
sad event occurred on Tuesday morning last, at 5
It was observed at 3:15 that Lord Beaconsfield's
end was near. His physicians think it was only
his strength of will that enabled him to struggle on
as long as he did. His courage never failed him to
the last. The executors of Lord Beaconsfield's will
are Sir Nathaniel Rothschild and Sir Philip Rose.
The latter will go to Hughenden Manor with Lord
Accounts gathered from his physicians show that
he retained his cheerfulness. He several times dur-
ing his illness stated his belief that be would die.
One of the doctors says the drowsiness which had
been apparent earlier in the night deepened toward
midnight into a stupor from which he was with diffi-
culty roused. He then took nourishment up to
1 o'clock. About two o'clock he become comatose,
breathing with much difficulty. Doctors Kidd and
Bruce at once applied the usual restoratives, but
for the first time since his illness they failed to
produce any effect, and it became evident that death
was imminent. Lord Barrington, Dr. Quain and
Sir Philip Rose were hastily summoned. Sir
Philip Rose and Dr. Quain only arrived a few
minutes before the end. Five minutes before he ex-
pired his breathing became slow and gentle. His
face was very placid. His heart's action and
pulse continued a few minutes after his breathing
ceased to be apparent. His friends and nurses con-
tinued round his bed a few minutes after his pulse
ceased, as the end was so quiet that it was difficult
to realize that he was dead. All were deeply affect-
TheTimes says: "When he died he was quite
calm and quiet. He had no pain, and was con-
scious to the last."
[B.njamin DisraelI, Earl of Beaconsfield, was born
in London, december 21, 1805. He first achieved
fame as a novelist; entered Parliament in the first
year of Queen Victoria's reign, became Chancellor
of the Exchequer and member of of the Privy Coun-
cil under Lord Derby in 1852, going out with his
ministry the same year, and coming in again with
Derby in 1858. The next year the ministry was
again forced to retire, and Disraeli became leader
of the opposition in the House of Commons. In
1866 he again became Chancellor of the Exchequer,
and in 1868 Prime Minister, resigning the same year
and being succeeded by Mr. Gladstone. In 1874
Mr. Gladstone resigned and was succeeded by Mr.
Disraeli, and in 1880 the two leaders again exchang-
The question of giving Lord Beaconsfield a pub-
lic funeral is under discu-sion notwithstanding
the correspondence between the executors and Mr.
Gladstone. The Times says:-"No decision with
regard to the funeral is expected until Lord Row-
ton returns to London from Osborne to-day with
information of the Queen's wishes on the subject."
Since the announcementof( the death of Lord
Beaconsfield sympathizers of all ranks have sent
offerings of flowers and immortelles. Bouquets of
the choicest plants, crosses and wild flowers are
strewn over the body and around the coffin. Tele-
grams of condolence are being hourly received at
Lord Beaconsfield residence from every quarter of
the globe, many European potentates not only send-
ing messages through their representatives; but
also by direct communication. Among the sover-
eigns so expressing condolence is the Sultan.
Prince Bismarck has sent a message expressing
The Morning Post says:-" We have reason to
believe that the AustrTan Government has instruct.
ed Count Carolyl, its Ambassador here, to attend
the funeral of the late Lord Beaconsflekl as testi-
mony of the regard of the Austro-Hungarian na-
tion." Besides the representatives of Foreign
Powers, members of both bouses of Parliament will
be present at the funeral of Lord Beaconsfield.
Representatives of every department of the civil
service will also attend. Lord Beaconsield's re-
mains will probably be conveyed to Hughenden by
road on Saturday, and be placed in his favourite
room, over-looking the village church, until the
day of burial.
LONDON, April 21.-The preparations for the
funeral of Lord Beaconefield still continue to be
the universal subject for discussion. Mr. Glad-
stone's letter offering Westminister Abbey meets
with general approval, but the reply of the execu-
tors seems at present to forbid the hope of national
obsequies in the great temple of silence and recon-
ciliation. The Earl's wish, as expressed in his
will, is emphatic as to his being laid beside my
late wife," Mary Anne Disraeli, created in her own
right Viscountess Beaconsfield, and I desire that
my funeral may be conducted with the same sim-
plicity as was hers."
Man never died a more peaceful and painless
death than Lord Beaconsfield, and since the death
of the Prince Consort no man has died in whom
Queen Victoria :has felt a deeper personal in-
terest. The brilliant Israelite had charmed the
mind of his gentle sovereign, and the Friendship
between them had suffered no diminution since the
fall of his last ministry. It is doubtful if any man
is now living, outside her own family, whose bed-
side she would ask permission to visit in a last
sickness. Honored above all others by the Queen,
it is not strange that Dean Stanley should, with
significant promptness, tender a resting plaie in
Westminister Abbey for the remains of the marvel-
THE SOUDAN VINE.
The French traveller, M. Lecart, who was sent
out as a pioneer in the proposed French settlement
in the valley of the Niger, has discovered a wild
vine, from which he has very great expectations.
He believes that it will lend itself most favourably
to European cultivation, and is anxious that the
Government should send an expedition.to the Sou-
dan, of which it is a native, in order to pursue his
discoveries that include many other new and useful
trees and plants. The chief merit of this Soudan
vine is its total exemption from the attacks of the
in the New York
1-50 (@ 2*00
75c @ $1
To CORRESPONDENTS.-" Stag channel" in our
MARRIED, on the 21st inst., at St. John's Church
Pembroke, by the Revd. Mark James, Rector of Pem-
broke and Devonshire, TOMPSON DANIEL VICKERS,
to ANNE ROBINSON, youngest daughter of the late
Thos. Richd. Williams, of Devonshire Parish.
.......... at St. James Church, Sandys, on 24th April,
1881, by the Revd. B. McKay, CHARLES STEED, of
H. M. S. Northampton to Miss ELIZABETH, eldest
daughter of the late Joseph Lewis, Shipwright H. M,
DIED, in this Town yesterday, JOHN WALTER,
youngest son of B. W. Walker, aged ten years
and 6 months.
aW The relatives and friends of the family,
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his
fathers residence this (Tuesday) evening at 5 o'clock.
.......... at Hamilton, Bermuda, April llth, 1881, after
a few weeks illness, Mr. JAMES WATKINS, aged 72,
years and 8 months a native of Greenwich, Kent, Eng-
land, leaving an affectionate widow and many other
relatives and friends, to lament their loss.
Mr. Watkins came to Bermudain 1832.
.........-SEON-at Yokohama, Japan, on November
5, 1830, Thomas Seon, eldest son of Captain Seeon,
Harbour Master Hokianga, killed by a most fearful
accident -the explosion ot both barrels of a gun heav-
ily charged-death was instantaneous. Buried with
full Masonic ceremonies.--Bermuda papers please
copy.-Auckland, New Zealand, Evening Star, Febru-
.........., at his residence in Paget Parish, on Monday
the 11th instant, MR. ROBERT JOHNSON, in the 47th
year of his age; leaving a brother, two sisters and
numerous relatives to mourn their loss.
T HE Undersigned intet ing to
leave these Islands, respectfully requests
all Persons Indebted to him to come forward
and settle their respective accounts on or before
the 30th instant. All amounts remaining un-
paid after that date will be p icted in legal hands
THOSE. H. OUTERBRIDGE,
Front St., liamilton, Be.mud:, 2 3p
April 18th, 1881. "
Money to Loan
On approved :Mortgage Security.
WA N T'E D,
In a Family near Hamilton,
a tidy and respecab.le Youu, Woman ;s
H 0U E I A I D .
Inquire at the office of this paper.
Hamilton, April 25, 1881.-I pd
By a Famuilv in this Town,
A louse Servant.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, April 26, 1881.
We have received a Pamphlet issued by the Pa-
triotic Association-formed to aid in upholding the
honor and interests of the British Empire-on
Kandahar, the Indian Erire and the Turcomans,
with a special map of thelj exations of Russia.
The introduction is by E. eiead-Bartlett, M.P.,
setting forth the value of o Indian Empire, the
necessity which exists for securing an outpost of
defence on the North West frontier, the imnport-
an1e of Kandahar as meeting that requirement,
noting the rapid progress of Russian influence in
Central Asia, and its inevitable result if allowed to
proceed unopposed up to the Indian frontier. The
urcomans are by C. M. well described. A collec-
tion of opinions, Military and otherwise, on the
question, and a summary of the Kabul correspon-
The aim of the publication is to popularize in.
formation on the whole question and enlist popular
sympathy on the policy which now seeks to secure
the advantages which the present opportunity af-
fords of putting an end to any uncertainty of the
efficiency of our defenses on the North West fron-
tier of India. Sooner or later Russia and England
must meot in Central Asia, and our main object
must be to place that line at a reasonable distance
beyond our Indian boundaries. The Indus affords
no line of defence since the river could be con-
trolled by the passes beyond. Kandahar is the
Southern, angle of the triangle whose East angle is
Kabul 310 miles distant, and whose West angle is
Herat 340 miles distant, which would be the point
of advance of aniy Russian army against India.
The railway from the sea port of Kurrachee is
completed as far as Sibi, about 450 miles, leaving
70 miles to reach Quetta and 130 miles thence to
Kandahar, which section of 200 miles will cost be.
tween four and five million pounds sterling. The
two passes which connect Kandahar with British
India are the Kojack between Kandahar and the
Pishin Valley and Quetta, and the Bolan between
Quetta and the flat country that runs down to the
Indus. Kandahar is a converging point of Central
Asian trade, -and brought by rail within 48 hours
of Kurrachee, English trade would be stimulated,
and troops could be transported from England
within four weeks. India consumes over fifty
million pounds in value of British Goods annually,
and over one quarter of a million of Englishmen
Irishmen and Scotchmeu are employed in the Gov-
ernment of India.
A Boatswain or Boatswain's Mate of H. M. S.
"Terror" attempted suicide at St. George's on Sun-
day evening last, by cutting his throat. The
wound was attended to by Doctors Butterfield and
Smith. The patient was taken to the Military
The Army and Navy Gazette of the 9th April,
says:-" Captain D. L. Brain, 4th Regiment, who
has been at home for some time on leave, does not,
we understand, return to Bermuda to resume his
appointment as Brigade-Major at that station."
THE DEFENCES op BERMUDA.-The Army and
Navy Gazette of the 9th April, says :-" The defen.
ces of Bermuda appear to be approaching comple-
tion, 8000 only being required after the vote of
this year, the total cost already incurred having
amounted to 385,000.
Price of Bermuda Produce
Market on the 22nd
Potatoes per barrell
Onions per box
Tomatoes per box
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
For Benefit of Owners, Underwri-
ters and all Concerned.
13E IM UDA,
1y oRnPla OF TT. IVORSTPFUL
THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.,
Trh I IS TO GIVE NOTICE thant 1at
MAJ.STrY's N EXT GENE R AL COUIT"'
OF QUARTER SESSION"' of the PE.ACEG
On board the Ship GustafAdolf," for these Islands, will he hoihlen
AT pHN~o's 'WEAPr, *' tittMtyf4I
IN s TOWN, The 28th instant,
On Thursday next, AT THE COURT HOUSE, Hamilton,
The 28th inst., at 12 o'clock, noon, At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
ABOUT 500 BUSHELS
The same having been damaged on board the
said Vessel on a voyage from Baltimore bound
to St. Nazaire, and on survey recommended to
be sold as above.
J. S. DARRELL,
St. George's, April, 21 1881.
Sale of Pews
In St. John's Church, Pembroke.
THE Undermentioned PEWS in St. John's
Church, Pembroke, will be exposed for
.lt the Town SHali,
May 9th, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Nos. 15 and 44.
F. D. WARD,
Church Vestry Clerk.
Pembroke, April 25, 1881.-2
Supposed taken away by mistake from the
Wharf t Hamilton,
One Bbl Hardware,
Marked Diamond B, or Diamond A. 19. B.
the property of W. Bluek, Esqr.
Any information about this package will be
thankfully received by
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
April 25, 1881,
By BROADWOcD, made for this Climate.
Apply at the Bishop's Lodge.
Hamilton, April 26, 1881.-2
On Sunday, the 24th,
,1 W lklis i icek,
With Initial. E. C. G. ,
The finder will be rewarded by bringing the
same to the Gazette" Office.
'April 25, 1881.
To Farmers and Others.
h11 E Undersigned will be prepared, as usual,
" to forward Consignments of
Messrs. V. P. LOOMIS &. Co.,
95 BARCLAY STREET, N'EW YORK,
And will' also purchase PRODUCE at full
Cash Rates throughout the Season.
THOSE. J. WADSON
Hamilton, March 21st, 1881.-3p tf
To Growers and Owuie's
OF BERMUDA PRODUCE.
1N consequence of the great increase in our
shipments of Produce to New York since
the season of 1874, we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of Ilermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New York, 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 transport are
borne by them.
TROTT & COX
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June, 3p
April 19, 1881. to h J
Notice to shippers.
r. 11HE Undersigned having been appointed
AGENT at Bermuda by IOBTERTIG.
LE'E &CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRlODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
VJN THAdNIEL VESEY.
At R. 3P. GOO2ERl'S,
61 FRONT STREET.
Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.-3p tf
W. J. HENEY,
Clerk of the Peace.
Hamilton, April 25th, 18fl.
L O.ofG.S. 4D.ofS.
A LL Members of Lodges Phil.
antrophic No. 5, Victoria No. 8, Friend-
ship No. 11, are requested to attend a meeting
at the Good Samaritan's hIall, Reid Sitroet
To-Morrow, Wednesday Evening,
the 27th inst., at7-30 o'clock,
For the purpose of Electing a DISTrICT DE-
PUTY and ASSOCIATE for the ensuing term.
BENJ. J. WILLIAMS,
Hamilton, 26th April, 1881.
r IjIlE above will be given to the Finder of a
Small memorandum Book, with accounts
of Freight of Boat UNION, with name on out-
side, dated 27th Septern.,er, 1880.
April 26, 1881.
Meyer's Ice Cream !
iMeyer's Ice Cream !!
Meyer's Ice Cream!!!
To be sold as uia;il. at his finely Furnished
Rooms. CAKE always on hand.
Gentlemen visiting Hamilton on huai-ness are
welconite to leave their Ladies at this Estblishih-
neurt, ashe has plenty ofroom foriheir accommno-
0 SODA WVATEiR of all flavours on
SCONFECTIONiRRY for the million.
Victoria Street, I lamilton,
April 26, 1881.
Colonist" pil.ase copy 4 times.
Brown, DeWinter &
And Dealers in
Bermuda Prod ace
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and 53 Fulton How,
West Washington Market, New York.
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and
Agents at Bermudai,
IReil- St., Hamilton,
Feby. 28, 1S81.-tf 3p.1
PRODUCE SHIPMEN rS.
The Undersigned is prepared to Rleceive and
Ship consignments of
By every opportunity,
To the Address of
Messrs. Darrell 4 Co.,
83 Pearl Street, New York.
Ilighest Market Hates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and settlements guaranteed.
W. T. JA3.IMES.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, 1st March, 1881.-tnm 3p
M prs. llobeesa Swanl's
B o a rding House
SCAUR HILL, SO.11ERSET.
./ 1iS. SWAN tenders her sincere thanks to
S th Army, Navy, the American Visitors
and to the Pu'Ilie generally for the liberal pat-
ronage they have extended to her, and desires
to informal them that, with a view to their comfort,
sihe h:s improved her accommodations, by add-
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Ilill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881.
I Firefly Hall"'
And 4 Acres of Latnd,
Bounded Easterly by the Propertils of the Old
Lunatic Asylum and Captain N. T. Vesey, by
;ho Sea o,i the North and the .arsa.i n the
Sooth. This promises was occupied by the
Misses Joell uatil the end of 1860. It wi;I be L.ut
as a Dwelling only a:id! iino but responsible and
iespectab'e tenants need app!)y.
Tao FT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 19, 1dsl.-2 3p
Notice to iBoatmen.
TENDERS will be i7eceived by the
RECEIVER GENERAL, 'at his Office, until
The 1st of June next,
From Persons desirous of Contracting to sup-
Properly manned and equipped, for the use of
the HEALTH OFFICER at Ha'-ilton, for three
years, to commence on the first of July next.
Security in the sum of 25 will be required
for the due performance of the Contract.
Forms of Tender may be seen on application
to the Undersigned.
Receiver General's Office,
April 25th, 1881. 4 3p
26th April, 2nd, 17th, and 31 May
FROM LOAD OA'
,i EN'S and Youths' Tweed SUITS
tl Tweed, Duck, & Black Cloth PA'N'PS
Do. Badeonand VESTS
Alpaca and Linen COATS
Men's and Youths' Straw H ATS'
AMEN'S AND YOUTIs'
S K ,Bots & Shoes,
Ladies and Misses Boots & Shoes,
&c., &c., &c.
(. A. JONES,
liamiton, April 25th, 183i.- 3
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE
AT THE EMPORIUM.
We intend to continue our REDUCED PRICE
SALE and are now offering the following
lines at marvellously low figures:-
MEN'S Fine Tweed PANTS, formerly 17/
and 20/, per pair for 10/6
Men's Cotton and Wool Tweed PANTS, at 4/2
S worth 7/6
Men's Black Cloth PANTS, price 20/, now for
Men's Black Cloth PANTS, Bermuda made,
for 15/ pair ---..
Men's Black Cloth COATS formerly 30/, 35/,
and 45/, now all reduced to 20/
Men's Diagonal COAT and VEST worth 40/
Men's Diagonal JACKET 25/
All Winter Clothing at any price.
Men's Working JACKETS from 8/9 up
Men's Light Summer JACKETS at 2/6 each
Men's Light Spring OVERCOATS at 16/
Men's Fancy Melton OVERCOATS at 20/ each
White SHIRTS at 2/91 and upwards
Colored SHIRTS at 1/ and up
UNDERWEAR at any price
And various other articles usually found at
the Emporium are still to be had there only,
at a wonderful reduction in prices.
q; One call solicited.
S J. H. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Emporium, 47 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th April, 1881.-3
NOTICE TO GROWERS dND
BE 'UDA P DUC E.
' FiH Undersigned will give their I'ersonal at-
1 tentiol to the forwarding of BERIMUDA
PRODUCE to the Consignment of
* essws. Jofhn ,T x '~ O.,
OF NEW YORK,
During the corning Crop Season.
All charges for Cost of temiitance for nett
proceeds will have to be horne by the Owner of
lThe highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
All Packages of l'roduce must, be marked with
the Initials and Surname.in full of the Owrer
to comply with the new Law.
; J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 3 p
Feby. 21, 1881. m
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
eflessrs, E. P. Looemis A Co.,
95 Barclay Street Now York,
ITo Solicit and Forward Consignments to them
flee of charge, at this Port, when prompt s:les8
at Highest New York prices, will be returned for
To purchase at full Market Iates through the
Season all kinds of Produc-.
Hoping our numerous Planting friends will
favor us wih a call before disposing of their
I rodu' e.
B'TENCIL PL, I'ES furnished to orier.
B. W. WVALiE(ER & CO.,
25 Front Street.
Hamilton, March 14, 1881.-2mu Sp alt.
New York Joail Stamer.
I > Flanmboroun oh
Captain \V li T';iURST, ',
Will leave' Hamilton
At 8 a.m. 28th A-
And await in Grassy Bay until the Mails which
leave at 1 p.m. reach her.
The Flamborough" is to leave New York
for reinrn on the 5th Alay.
I'arecis, Specie on Freight and Pro.dueo
will bh received until i p.m. 27th April, and
Bills of Lading for Produne will heo igned until
10 a.m. 2*th A pri!.
Passenger Stage wil be removed oi the 28th
April, at 730 an.m. Passengers' are invited to
breakfast on board at 8S30 a.m.
Ilamiton, Bermuda, 25hl April, 1881.
s. 4 Cf-to
SRON IlEDSTMAlD:I, from 3 to 5 feet wide.
some with Mosquito Bars, price from 15/
to 95/ each
Ladies' and Gent's Riding lRII)DLS, in saf-
fron, chocolate and other new colors
Pelham, Snaffle, Bradoon and other Stcel Rid-
ing ai.d Driving BITS
Ligl.t Bulggy lilTS Corlb HOOKS
Leather DOG LEADS and COLI,\RS
Ilead COLL, RS Stirrup L.V'i'HAEPS
Best Whit,,-\ ool and other GI Urll
Rug %TR \ PS anid Leather PUtSEhS
Worsted Reiu WEllB Dlivi.,g REINS
HIorse lRIrTSL. D)ANiDY WATER, &c.
Spoke, Oil, Varnish and Glue BR USt '.S
Ilandlod loth BIIUSI, ES Mi IP', &c.
Crumb, 'Plate and Nai! iB!US'i VS
The usual Stock of White HTONi-; CHINA
A fuil assortinent of WINDOW G,lAS4
Cast Sctel SPADES .PICKAXES
Tin MIIASURES Sheet ZINC
Galvanized Iron ad Zinc NAILS
GUNPOWDER for .Dastingi, &c.
April 25, 1881.-2
Ir UNDEitRSIGNE) expect to complete
the delivery of the
Engaged ex "Chromo" daring the current week.
TROTT j4 COX.
Hamilton, April 26th, 1881.-1
CIIEAJP FOR C UST1
AT TlI'IE I)PVON1II il UE
Dry Goods Store,
Per Ceto" and Orinoco,"
From London and oA'ew York.
L ADIES Dress GOODS
I InA'Trs FLo wVa FEATII I RS
IiOSI1ERY PAI4ASOLS l;MIIRELL'\S
PRINTS PlQURS RIBBONS L \CiES
Fl Boots & Shoes.
April 18, 1881.-2 3p
F Hll E Undersigned will be pleased
to forward Consignments of
Free of Charge, to the following Commission
Houses in New York :
Messrs. JONES & LOUGH,
Messrs. A. BENNETT & CO.,
WM. PEACOCK, ESQ.
Will also purchase (for the Cash) Produce of
good quality, carefully packed.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
lamilhon, 19th April, 1881.-4 3p
UNCLAIMED L1LEPTERS IN THE PO'1T O)F-
FICE HAMILTON, 23rd April, 1881.
W Attrol, Goo Armstrong, Arthur D Anderson,
Catherine E Pean, Ai nda Butterfield, Charlie
Butterfield, Anne Bean, Joseph 'Basden, Antonio
Cabral, Win Cari, J F Cranipton, Mrs F G Camp-
bell, Mrs Henry Duerden, C F Darrell, Ed Dicken- i
son, R J Dill, Thoa M Dickinson, Benj Fubler, G 0
Freeman, Manuel Fontez, Marischal Gilbert, Goo A
Gomcz, Ada Hlovard, T A Holis, Francisco Igna-
oio, Wan A Jones, RamnelaJ Joell, Emily Jones, J
Jones, Mrs J Kennedy, B Kenny, Anne Lee, S A
Moore, Saml It L Martin, Bermuda Ochre Compy,
\V Pearman & Son, Eleanor J E P;.ckwood, Thos
Paynter, Francis Rlobineon, Mary F Robinson, A
M Raynor, Isabelli Robihs',o,, Jas J miith, James
Rtowe, R J Simnmons, N than Scott, Henrietta
smith, Benj Simons, J A Sheafe, Cato Smith,Man-
ucl A Silvi, Anna E Smith, i is Wm Simons, Maria
Troti, Eiiz J ano Trott, l Thompsov, John T 1'rott,
M atilda 8 Tucker, John Vicat, Ann Virgin, S We!-
man, Joseph Wa.kcr, Chas Wilson, Richard Wood.
Hamilton, 25th April, 1881.
THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENE-
; tRAL will receive Tenders, in duplicate,
up to 12 o'clock, noon,
Tho 3rd of May next,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for the
A PORTABLE 22 H. P.
'- '' 9
: Mounted on Wheels,
So as to be moved from place to place, with
fly wheel and other fittings for driving'machi-
The Engine can be seen at any time at Ord-
nance Island, on application to Forenian
Smith, Ordnancp Store Department.
Forms of Tender can be obtained at the
above Office daily between the hours of 10 a.
m. and 2 p.m.
A. C. G.,
Senior Commissariat Officer,
1 for District Commissary General.
"Colonist" copy once and send bill to Royal
to Mariners, &c.
MASTERS OF VESSELS, PILOTS, MARI-
M NERS, BOATMEN, and others concern-
ed, are hereby informed that pursuant to An
Act of Parliament passed in 1878, and entitled
No. 5, An Act to authorise the War Depart-
ment to carry on Warlike experiments on the
coasts of these Islands-the Commanding
Royal Engineer and the Officers and men un-
der his orders will occupy from the 1st May,
1881, till the 30th September, 1831, the water
space on the Somerset side of the ships chan-
nel, between Long Point and Scour Hill, for
the purpose of practising therein Torpedo ex-
perimtents, and Vessels and Boats coming
within this water space will be liable to come
into collision with sunken obstructions.
The water space thus occupied will be
marked by Red Buoys" at either extremity,
and all parties are warned against entering
upon the reserved space.
E. C. GORDON,
Commanding Royal Engineers.
April 25, 1881.
Colonist" please copy once.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE FOST OF-
FICE, ST'. GEORGE'S, April 25, 1881.
Pt tr Argosstean, 'Baique A It Tacker', Mrs
sW C Brown, \V Browni, Grogory Coion., Mr
Jas Crane, Ba'k Kong (fail, MissJJR Rhiitrdson
NMr.- Swain (Watrr 8'.), G swan, Villiirn i
Tucker, Jam s Thanes, .os *ph To:eam. n, Ship
r Tal:sman, Petriert T Trott, Elias Trot J E it Wili
on, Wqp Wilson.
I I . .
p 9 p
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
.. .. ...R. C LRKlI 1" ... I I r I r .. d. I
ITaMADE MARK.] -.
A gue, heuma-
Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
The Best R MEDY KNOWN to Man I
SOLD SIXoC 1870. j
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Ptyaline In the Saliva,
which converts the Starch and Sugar of the
food Into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyaline
causes Wind and Souring of the food In the
stomach. If the medicine is taken Immedl-
ately after eating the fermentatUOn of food
It acts upon the Livenr.
It acts upon the Kidneys.
it RegNIates the Bowels.
It Purifies the Blood.
It uiets the Nervous System.
Xt 'omotes Digestion.
It Nourishds, Strengthens and Invigorates.
It carries off the Old Blood and makes new.
It opens the pores of the skin and induces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. .
There are no spirits employedin its manufacture, and
it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
aged and feeble, care only belg required i ateationa to
DEAR SIR,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD
SYRUP. I was about to give it up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
circulation and acting on rtie diseased matter in my
stomach, caused by the droppings ef the catarrhal
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. 1 have been entirely cured by your
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
No. 319 West 10th at., New York City.
RIIEUMATIS.11 AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
SIR,-1 give my testimony with pleasure to the
beneficial results of your BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
matism in my right knee, jiint swolen twice the
size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
size made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges-
tion has improved so that I can cat anything wit hin
P. F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City,
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
DEAR SIa, Your justly cl, brat-d. INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely curd me of Sick
ileadache a,,d Dyspepsia, of !(1 years' standing.
It also curtd my child of -'carlct Fever, and my
wife of Frmale complaints.
GEORGE II. REYNOLDS.
Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl.
man Brothers, dealctis in horse stock), cured of
Dyspepsia and Indigestion'of many years' Standing
Henry Dalilnan, of theP caime firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, alter having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect .
CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
No. 99 WEST HOUVTON-ST., CITY.
S i,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
me entirely of thle distress in my head, and reliever
every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that ili
is theo best medicine that any person can take fot
DEAR SIR,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
RUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for fivt
years,) with the happiest results.
A few doses placed my stomach in a condition t(
digest ood-theteby relieving me of those distress.
iug pains experienced by dyspeptics after eating-
and although it at first caused occasional dizziness
this quickly disappeared on my continuing its use
My digestion is now almost perfect, and Ileel great
ly bent fitted.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City
NEW YoRK, Feb. 3, 1880.
C. Johnson, M.D.,
DEAR SIR,-I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
miinedy for Dysiepsia. My wife has been a suffer-
*r from periodical dyspeptic a tacks of the most
acute nature for over 5 yeats. During such attacks
death would almost be a relief to her. She was
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Nothing gave he, relief until she obtained a bottle
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYR UP. Its effects
were wonderful an, the is now en'irely cured. It
is a medicine that no houschuld should be without.
No. 261 West lleuston-st., City.
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAR Sta,-This is to certify that I have found
mere good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
iny Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
ai d Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
ij; to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Georges.
To Growers and Ship-
pers of Bermuda Produce.
" Tolice to
i iF. J IT DfG W IE shall he prepared to attend I to the for-
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,A PR U Y
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of B R Tl U D P R 0 U C E
B E R UDA PR 0 D UE, GTothe Consignmentof
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier, eo. W. Spencer & Co.,
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
(a5) 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
We are sure after you have given us a trial
you will be satisfied with our dealings and will
be only too anxious to continue shipping to us
all through the season.
Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
plication, and give you all the necessary infor-
mation 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,
O'CONNOR & JUDGE.
New York, March 1st, 1881.
187 Reide Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all o h' r information
To all who suffer from Headache.
D R. SCOTT'S
ELECTRIC HMIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. 1R. THOMPSON,
Hamilton, Feby.7th, 1881.-tf
C. T. CONYERS,
* / *
please call or address WHlOLESNLE & RETAIL
OUTERBRIDGE BROS., g ?
Reid St., Hamilton.
February 28, 1881.-tf AND DE ALER IN
Chas. P. Woodworth & Tea, ` offees 4 Sgar
22 Fulton Street, New York.
CONSI( NMENS OF PRODUCE solicited
- to above Address and lHighest Market
Pates guaranteed. Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCI L 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
Will give his personal nitntiaon to the forward- 'R0 t I
ing of To the Consignment of the above-named
Bermuda Produce Firm.
i The highest market rates will be obtained and
TO TH E NEW YORK MARKET Account Sales returned promptly.
During this Season, Produce bought during the Season.
All necessary information will be given to STENCIL PLATES furnished. i
Planters on application. JAMES GALE,
W. H. PENISTON I
W.H [. PENISTON, 9 West Front Street.
46 & 47 Front Street, Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 m
VH KIT~fl CHEN hasli suceeeded to the
Importing and Forwarding Stencil Plates.
Commission Merchants, Metal or Paper STENCILS
REID STREET, IHAMILTON. Metal or .aper IIS
Consignments made to first class Houses in
New York, Philadelphia and London.
Full Market Rates paid for Produce through-
out the Season.
Advances made on Consignments.
Hamilton, April 4th, 1881.-tf
TO FARMERS L. OTHERS.
f1llE- UNDERSIGNEI) i no-v prepared as
usual to forward Consignments of
MESSrSn- T. Z. 3010 & 00.,
185 Reade Street, New Yoric.
Orders will lie sent forward by next Steam-
er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
to meet the requirements of the law. Parties
desiri:na same will pleP 'T: form me on or before
WEDNESDAY, G16th instant.
Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
AL O.NZO PEAIS TO.N.
Match 8th, 1881.-tf
PERSONS DESIROUS OF
To the Consignment of
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
SAM[L. A. MASTERS.
February 22, 1881.-tf
T1'HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MERCH!ANTS OFp
BERMUDA to the facet that for some years past
he has ; ceu connected with the House of
H. K. & F. 1B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturers ot Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. 'I hur-
bher 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. 11. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 18O80,-12m
Supplied at an hour's notice.
Stencil INK and BRUSHES.
April 4th, 1881. -tf
(Subject to Change.)
England, Wed. Apl. 6
Italy, May 4
Sat. April 23, 1 p.m.
30, 6 a.m.
May 7, 11-30 a.m.
14, 3 p.m.
June 4, 10 a.m.
11, 3 p.m.
From London. To London.
Greece, Weft. April 20 Wed. May 11, 3 p.m.
Canada, Sat. May 7 Sat. May 28, 2-30 p.m.
Erin, Wed. 11 Wed. June 1, 8 a.m.
*Denmark, Wed. 18 8, 1-30 p.m.
*France, Wed. 25 15, 7-30 a.m.
The Queen,Wed. June 1 22, 2 p.m.
The Steamers France and Denmark will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excur.ion Tickets $1 10 to $120 Liverpool.
$100 to $1i0 London.
Steerage passage $26f.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices,. Nos, 69,; 71 & 73 Broadway,
F. W. J. HURST,
New York, 6th April, 1881.
vTjHE manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to
i b ih...... ,;. Pl pR1) nK 0 rP TlE'IE KITlll-
English and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880.-6mn
eIce! Ice!! Ice!!!
The Subscribers are now prepared
Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 Ibs
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.
Direct Monthly Steam Communi-
STEAMERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every de;-
cription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
Highest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamers, Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 mi
St. George's Hotel,
St. George's, Bermuda.
*.1. K* f'D ell, Proprietor.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.
* December 20, 1880-4m.
Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Jnd IINSURA.CE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUC E and the filling of Ber-
April 13, 1880.
ALL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work, and Wood Work, clean and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing
PRIDE OF THIE KITCHEN."
Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
1H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
THE above WATCHES for both
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 Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence Front Street, l amilto U 0. .
the bad temper manifested, Deer 16, 1878.
Haniilon, Septetinber9th, 1856.
lAVE you tried PRIDE OF THE
KITCH EN for scouring, cleaning atfd
polishing ? It is superior to Sapolio, and much
.dLMJdN.dCK.--APRIL, MAY, 1881.
ris. sets. g
26 Tu 5 18 6 36 28 5 54 Jamaica Mail dune
21 ''e 5 17 6 37 29 6 42
28 rh 5 16 6 38 0 7 30 Court of Qr. Sess.*
29 Fri 5 16 6 38 1 8 18
30 Sat 5 15 6 39 2 9 6
I1 5 13 6 39 3' 9.5412nd after Easter.
2 Vlo 5 12 6 40 4 10 42J
*New Moon 28 day 6 hour 5 minutes, a. m.
T'rHE BERMUDA ROPAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Htreetg,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at 81. Georges for the Royal Gazette
SMesrs. GEORGE BOYLE& SLON, West End'
April 5, 1881.-tf
United States Mail Steamers.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday April 12, at 3p.m.
ABIYSSINIA sails Tuesday April 26, at3 p.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at8 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 10, at 2 p.m.
WISCONSI sails Tuesday May 17, at8 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew i
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda'from Ber-
mudo, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on .Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can lie
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
tag next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, l ew York.
New York, March 24, 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
(our efforts; as the Largest Marufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLEM.
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
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Importers, Manufacturer, and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocers
and all will get them if requested to do so.--6 m
'D. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Army Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Ilamilton, November 8. 1880.
A H0 UVSE
In the Town of lamilton. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,,
Corner Front St. and ChanceryLaae.
Ilamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
'ofCoteliCon Wa s.al t FlIRE
AT THE MOST MODERATE RATES
Can be obtained from the
PHlCNIX INSURANCE COMPANY-
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCIt OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on oEAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD.