BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 18.-Vol. LVII. STATE SUER V WAS ANTIQUAS. 24s, per Ann,
*h Sam- to-, c se*- -f7 3" "9
from the Bermuda Pocket Almanack for 1881. 1 77
Agricultural Operations for the marshal's Sale,.
Month of May.
Arrowroot.-Finish planting. This is avery good TO BE SOLD,
month for it in new red soil. S B
Onions-should be kept very clean from weeds. El Pi I 1E lPSBQ
Care should be taken to pull them up as soon as BY PUBLIC A CTION,
the stalk falls, as they will not keep long if allowed UPON THE PREMISES, IN SANDY'S
to stand in the ground. PARISH, at 12 o'clock
Irish Potatoes.-They will be generally ripe and
should be taken up, but not exposed to the sun. O N W E D N E SD A Y,
Te.. hou'ldbeout-ft the ground at least long
enough to get thoroughly dry; and if one or two The 4th day of May, now next ensuing,
weeks elapse before they are shipped they will be Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution is-
less liable to rot. Before being packed they should sued from the Court of General Assize at
all be carefully picked over; the sound ones will suit of JOHN FOWLE i BURROWS vs. AL-
keep any reasonable length of time. More care u OHN L BURROWS vs. AL-
must be taken in picking and poking them than RERT COLBURG LAMBERT,
is.usually practised if you wish them to bring their THE UNDERMENTIONED
famli value in distant mArkets.. .- '1 .
fruit.-Bud and engraft sweet orange, healthy p
young lemons, or Seville orange trees. Keep water < w
to the roots and damp the buds or grafts in dry Vizt. :
weather. w.teep your trees clean and healthy, and ABOUT 60 RODS of ONIONS, now under
in warm weather put mulch, leaves, grass, or straw A oT of ONIONS, now under
around the roots. growth
Oats-may be sown this month and next as 20 Rods POTATOES
green food for cattle, or may be turned in as man. 2 PIGS 1 COW
,ore, thereby iniproving the land. 1 HORSE 1 DRAY
Peas.-Plant a few bird-eye in the Irish potato I Cart Harness
rould foran, early crop, fodder, or manure for 1 Centre Table 1 Sofa 8 Chairs
Pin all waste land, sides of 17 Pictures 1 Side Board 2 Small Trays
Pumpkins.-Plant slips in all waste land, sidesof 1 Lamp 1 Weather Glass 1 Decanter
hills,.&o. The slip will yield as good a crop as thie 1 Glass Dish 1 Bedstead
seed, and should be more extensively planted. 1 Hair Mattress 1Feather B 2 Quilt
The best way is to plant them between the rows Hair Matress 1 Feather Bed 2 Quilts
of Irish potatoes, about 8 or 10 feet apart., When 3 Blankets 4 Pillows 1 Crib
the pdta1oes are taken ;up the runners will soon I Dressing Table 1 Looking Glass
cover the ground._ Remember that this is the best I Trunk 1 Basin Stand 1 Candlestick
month in the year for slips. I Rocking Chair 1 other Bedstead
Guinea Corn and China Sugar Cane-should be I Bed & Blanket 1 Quilt, Bolster and Crib
planted in all spare land; they: grow in any soil, I Leather Chest I Hat Rack
and are valuable crops for fodder. 3 Pictures Chair and Trunk
Sweet Potatoes.- Put down all the slips and 2 Large Tables 1 Cupboard
springers you can obtain ; they will give a good 3 Benches I Kettle and Frying Pan
crop in' Septembeir. Plant them in ridges, as they 1 Large Pot I Bucket
do better ; the ridges. 2 feet apart, the slips one foot. i ak T I ae
Slo.--0lean the vmes as. they run and nip 5 Baking Tins Strainer
off their tips,. which will make. them spread and 2 Sets Carriage Harness 1 Riding Saddle
put out -more fruit. Dust them over with a I Bridle 1 Lamp Hanger
little soot or ashes while the dew is on. Be care- 3 Large Dishes 18 Large Plates
ful to'destroy all May weeds this month and 12 Small Plates 2 Clocks
next, as they are getting to, be a great nuisance, 2 doz. tins Sardines 6 Cases Lobster
pre no benefit' whatever, and greatly impoverish 6 Bottles Ale 1 Basket Toys
the soil, besides being very apt to injure cattle if 3 Boxes Segars 3 doz Lemona4e I Freezer,
tied among them in rainy weather or when the I Fiddle I Bainjo I Gun 1 Pistol
dew is .;n, Though pretty,. it certainly is a 2 Sugar Plum Bottles
pAfWous *eeadI1 Lamp and Hanger 4 Benches 2 Tables
HARBOUR IMPROVEMENT. 10 Empty Barrels, &c.
C.ttlie Harbour has made a discovery, that a'few J. H. TROTT,
years agoq might have saved the British Government April 18, 1881. P.M.G.
theVexpeifditure of many thousands of pounds,. for
if.stle Harbour is safe from attack 6n account of An old judge of the New York Supreme
the impossibility of its being approached without Court meeting a friend in a neighboring village,
,:th" aid of a native pilot, the same rule would ap- exclaimed, "Why what are you doing here ?"'-
ply to all thae other channels, which although more "I'm at work trying to make an honest living," was
or less intricate, are defended by forts, in the con- the reply-" Then you'll succeed," said the judge.
struction bf which no, expense has been spared. For you'll have no competition."
The percentage oA. vessel striking on the way tp
Grassy Bay, will, I think, compare favorably with SELTJ NG OFF !!
those which have struck going into Castle Harbour.
It was never asserted that an open bay was as' ELLI FF t !
ggo. a anchq age- as a land locked harbour, but it SELLING OF 1
^t, aper4 tlh4l Gi~asy Bay is a safe and serea an-
The oal hui was not brought into Hamilton on GREAT REDUCTION IN THE
account of being strained in Grassy Bay, but being PRICE OF.
leaky, it isiifer lying at' the Coals depot than at
np or J de powater...5 =
lnthese Zos of itebm, it Is not always the near.. -.s .
est port, but that which is most convenient and AT THE EMPORIUM.
safest of approach, that vessels in distress, or other. _
,ise, strive to enter.. -: We intend to continue our-REDUCED PRICE
The hulks now ornamenting the shores of Castle SALE and are now offering the following
Harbour, belie' if s lains to. perfect security. o
It hiLish6ttaken ,twenty years to learn that Stag lines at marvellously low figures :-
dhannel could be deepened, but modern science has EN'S 'Fine Tweed PANTS, formerly 17/
rendered the work comparatively easy. J and 20/, per pair for 10/6
The Quebec S. S.C6mpany have fery generous- Men's Cotton and Wool Tweed PANTS, at 4/2
ly, consideriBhg the-'udilcuuIy they have to make worth 7/6
their steamers on this..-oate pay their way, and Men's Black Cloth PANTS, price 20/, now for
the immense sums which :according to their own 12/6 air
showing, they havespent in providing wharfs ac- Men's Black Cloth PANTS, Bermuda made,
commodation for our produce alone, their gross for 15/ pair
earainm'tastyeai being only about` P32,,0 a M 'pub Black
first clds'oa onte line,which it is tothe erMen's Black Cloth COATS formerly 30/, 35/,
est of Bermudianis to keep if' they will have steam. and 45/, now all reduced to 20/
The grea admirers of Castle .Harbour 'must -Men's Diagonal COAT and VEST worth 40./
admit thaf1f amilton is the port for our produce to for 25/
be shipped from, and as thed" Orinoco" cannot pass. Men's Diagonal JACKET 25/
tfhe Stag Glanneldoaded,'the interest of Bermuda All Winter Clothing at any price.
generally require that it be deepened, the country Men's Working JACKETS from 8/9 up
then would be generally-henefitted, whereas Castle Men's Light. Summer JACKETS at 2/6 each
Harbw .u ould, under any circumstances, or with and.
any improvement, be 'ofvery ddbubtfl Utility. Men's Light Spring OVERCOATS at 16/
STAG CHANNEL. ( 17/
April 23, 1881. -
^ '_ -l ) I i } "t -' : '
R..,ROJM, LOADOWY, .
IRON BEDSTEADS, from 3.to 5 feet wide.
some with Mosqiito Bar, price from 15/
to 95[ each
Ladies' and Gent's Riding BRIDLES, in saf-
fron, chocolate anh other new colors
Pelhanm,:Snaffle, Bradoon and other Steel Rid-
Sing ad l)riving BITS
Light Buggy BITS Curb HOOKS
Lea;erg POG. IEADS and. COLLA RS
Head COLLARS Stirrup LEATHERS
Best White-W ool and other GIRTHS
.JLg.STRAPS and Leather PURS &S
Worsted Rein WEB Driving REINS
Horse BRUSHES' DANDY WATEU, &c.
Spoke, Oil, Varnish and Glue BRUSHES -
Handled Cloth BRUSHES MoI'S, &c.
Crumb, Plate and Nail BRUSHES
The ujial Stock of White STONE CHINA
A fuylassortment of WINDOW GLASS
Cast Steel SPADES PICKAXES
Tin MEASURES Sheet ZINC
Galvanized Iron and Zinc NAILS
GUNPOWDER for Blasting, &c.
2Men's Fancy Melton OVERCOATS at 20/ each
White SHIIRTS" at 2/9j 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 price.
8 One call solicited.
J. H. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Emporium, 47 Front Street.
Hamilton, 25th April, 1881.-3
A large .
A very superior animal, well adapted to the
work of the present season, and a great bargain.
SAML. I). ROBINSON,
18th April, 1881. -
i Sale of Pews
In St. John's Church, Pembroke.
THE "Undermnentioned PEWS in St. John's
-S Church, Pembroke, will be exposed for
1l hIlc T w'osrrWu Y U,
May 9th, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Nos. 15 and 44.
F. D. WARD,
Church Vestry Clerk.
Pembroke, April 25, 1881.-2
M3eyer's Ice Cream !
Meyer's Ice Cream! !
Meyer's Ice Cream!!!
To be sold as usual at his finely Furnished
Rooms. CAKE always on hand.
i Gentlemen visiting Hiamilton on business are
welcome to leave their Ladies at this Establish--
ment, as he has plenty ofroom for their accommo-
(7 SOD.A WATER 'of all flavours on)
T CON FECTIONlEY for the million.
Victoria Street, Hamilton,
April 26, 1881.
M aSgs. o'bIcca 6 wa n'sg
SCAUR HILL, SOMEIISE'T.
R1. SWAN tenders her sincers thanks to
the Army, Navy, the American Visitors
and' to the Public generally or thile liberal pat-
ronage they have extended h|r, aud desires
to inform them that, with a view to their comfort,
she has improved her accommodations, by add-
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881.
FROXIJ L OADO A,
M EN'S and Youths' Tweed 8Ul'lTS
I Tweed, Duck, & Bl&ick Cloth P.A N
Do. Baden and VES
Alpaca and Linen CO.,Ts
Men's and Youths' Straw H \'T'S
S MEN'S ANDI) YOUTHS,'
WBots & Shoes,
Ladies and Misses Boots & Shoes,
&c., &c., &e.
C. A. JONES,
ilamilton, April 25th, S81 .-3
.The American is always willing to risk all he has
in the hope ot doubling it. lie is poor to day and
rich to-morrow and,per central, rich to-day and poor
to-morrow. The more cautious Portuguese make
themselves contented with what would be consider-
ed poverty herp and say, Give me the ass that
carries me rather that the horse that throws me."
It is a curious fact that the things we don't have
always seem to be most desirable. The tigs on the
other side ot hedge, say the Spanish, are far
sweeter tbhan any on this side.
'r0lE above will begiven to the Finder of.a
- Small Memorandum Book, with accounts
of Freight of Boat UNION, with name on out-
side, dated 27th September, 1880.
WM, J. LTGHTBOURN,
April 26, 1881.
By BROADWooD, made for this Climate.
Apply at the Bishop's Lodge.
Hamilton, April 26, 1881.----
Dr. E. R. Mercer,
OFFICE No. 9, West Front St.
Above Store pf C. T. Conyers, Esqr.,
Residence, Harrington Place,
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
Will Nisim ST. GEORGE'S professionally on
Office at McCallan & Co.
SE. B JONES,
Corner of Reid and Queen Streets,
Is now receiving from London a further supply
&c., consisting in part of:
CENTS and Boys' Cotton and Elastic BRA-
Ladies', Gents' and Boys' Linen COLLA ItS
Gents' and Boys' Straw IlIATS
Infants' Pique HATS and HOODS
Ladies' Navy Blue, Marone and Seal IHOSE
Childs' Colored iIOSE
Gents' White 6,tIRTS
Oxford Simi .TS
Bathing P NTS
Black and Colored Silk TIES
\Vhite Cambric TIES
Ladies' Brown and White Cotton VESTS
White Striped C'AMBRIC
White and Colored Silesia and Linings
Gents' White Marcella and Duck VESTS
Drill and PANTS
and White Linen JACKETS
i' Duck "
COLOGNE Hair OILS SOAPS
COMBS BI3t U:HES &c.
Violet POWDER I)o. BOXES and PUFFS
China WARE and TOYS
Native Work in CEDAR, PAL-
METTO and SHELL.
April 18, ISSI.
On Sunday, the 24th,
With Initials E. C. G.
The finder will be rewarded by bringing the
same to the Gazette" Office.
April 25, 1881.
There is no part of literature which gives more
pleasure than that in which the speaker uncon-
sciously involves himself in a terrible criticism in
the attempt to verbally crush his opponent. Wit
is a very dangerous weapon, and must be used by
skilful tongues and brains or it will return, like
the malicious boomerang, to smite the man who
hurls it. Two Irish barristers had a quarrel in the
court room, and gradually descended Irom sarcasm
to billingsgate. In a moment of great exaspera-
tion one of them said, Sir I propose to make you
behave like a gentleman !" and the other replied,
perhaps with more truth than he was aware,
" Sir I defy 3 ou to do it; neither you nor any on0
else could do it !"
By a Family in this Town,
A II ouseo Se rv nt .
Apply at ikoyal Gazatte" Olfice.
(1amiiton, April 26, 1861.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
I offer under the above Randd, a full
S weight, pure, natural milk, condensed
by evaporation, and granulated sugar added to
order to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of
water added to one of i.ilk will reduce it the
average standard of Orange County milk.
Every can is warranted. There can be no
better Condensed Milk made than The Pearl,
but it will be 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. THURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.
April 19, 1881.-3m
Metal or Paper STENOlCIL
Supplied at anl hour's notice.
Stencil INK and BRUSHES.
April 4th, 1881.-tf
(Strong and well made,)
A SET OF HARNESS
And a Well bred
Apply to Assistant Commissary General
St, Ge(ro?'s, 9h pril, 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.
J. MORESBY, ''
Captain in Charge of Naval Establishments.
H. M. Dockyard, 4th March, 1881.-3m
LL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils,
Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
Scouring, Ci)aninogand Polishing Seap, l'RIDE
OF THiE KI. t-. EN. Ask for "Pride of the
Ii. K. & F. B. THIURBHI & CO.,
New York, April 20, 1881. lProprietors.
"BY recent I structions from the Marine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
accordance with the-Policies of Insurance riow
issued, it is inoperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairss and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islanda under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the s:ime so that all parties.interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLANI),
Sole'llesident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 181,
To all who suffer from Headache.
Di S C O T' S
ELECTRIC HIlR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. TH OMPSON,
lanimltor), Peby. 7th, 1881.-tf
St. George's Botel,
St. George's, Berinuida.
J*1. ]Le s#eif, P 'oprpiefor,
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.,
December 20, 1880-.4mn.
Biographical notices are not very difficult to
write, because it is not at all necessary to tell the
truth in them. It seems to be the one occasion on
which a man is permitted to give free wing to his
imagination, and on which it would be bad taste to
come anywhere near an exact description of the
qualities of the departed. Still, there is a limit
beyond which it is unnecessary to go. A writer
for an Irish paper, for instance, ended a brief an4
eloquent notice of Robespierre by saying :-This
extraordinary man has gone to the only place
where such rare virtues as he possessed can be ap-
preciated. He left no children behind to mourn
his loss except a younger brother who was killed at
the same time."
Notice to Farmers.
The Undersigned is prepared to
give his attention to and forward Con-
Messrs. Terpenning 6% tapes,
3444 Washington Street,
Messrs. Covert & Sandford,
187 Ileade St., New York.
HENRY C. OUTERBRIDGE,
Met aat; ltout
In 'Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Me ssrs. OLAND SON & C0 0,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
St. George's, Bermuda.
J.murry 18, 18s1.-3m3p, 9m I).
April 12th, ISSI.-
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY REPORT OF THIE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
24th April and 1st May, 1S81: height above the sea
"here the Register is kept, being 246 feet.
30*010 0-00 Fine
30.030 0*00 Fine
30'140 0"00 Fine
30'086 0-00 Fine, hazy
30*100 0-00 Fine
30.014 0-00 Fine
Hamilton, .Mlay 3, 1881.
April 25-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst,
New York; Mails; and general cargo.-Agents,
Trott & Cox.
28-Schr. Rebecca, Spaulding, New York; assorted
cargo to S. S. Ingham.
Schr. Daphne, Munroe, St. John, N.B ; box material,
&o., to W. T. James.
May 2-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York;
Mails ; and general cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox
April 28-Mail Steamer Flamborouoh, Whitehurst,
.New York; 5031 bis. potatoes 14,190 boxes onions
6,157 boxes tomatoes, 80 boxesbe( ts.
Scehr Chromo, Wooster, Boston; 3,858 boxes onions.
Schr. Maggie, Campbell, St. Thomas; 2,584 boxes
onions, 54 bls. potatoes, 5 bls. pork.
Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York.
29-Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt, Young. New York; 4,886
boxes onions, 25 b1s. potatoes, 67 boxes tomatoes, 6
boxes beets, 12 tons old iron.
Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York ; 54d bis. pota-
toes, 4,112 boxes and 6 bls. onions.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
April 25-Brazilian Bark Conrad de Levramento, Cu-
ra, returned dismasted bound to New York.-Agents,
WV. C. Hyland & Co.
26-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York; oxen,
meal and hay, to Trott & Cox.
27-Barque Azelda Laura, Jourgenser. New York ; in
distress.-Agents W. C. Hyland & Co.
29-Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Shaw, Jamaica ; Mails
and produce.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
April 26-Barque Minnie, MeNutt, Havana; inward
cargo of coal.
29-Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax;
Mails ; inward cargo from Jamaica, and 2,000 boxes
30-Schr. Mary Munroe, Hall, New York ; inward
In the R. M. Steamer Beta, from Jamaica to
Halifax :-Dr. and Mrs. Moren.- From Bermuda -
Mrs Noble, and two daughters, Mrs W. P. Nelmes,
Miss Alice Humphreys, Miss Laura Humphreys, Lt.
Tyler, E.-2nd Cabin, Captain Bairn.
Passengers in S. S. Orinoco from New York on
Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wingood, Mr. J. H.
McHenry and Miss McHenry, Mr. Spielman and Miss
C. Spielman, Miss C. M. Tucker, Dr. T. E. Tuttle,
Captains Castello, Peterson and Ryder, Messrs. R. M.
Kirkland, William C. Dewitt, G. L. Warren. M. V.
Corolin. John B. Stabo, B. W. Watlington, and W.
Brooks, and two in the Steerage.
In the Sir G. F. Seymour from London, Mrs.
Wright, Mrs. Treays and Master Chaplain.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Thursday last
for New York :-Dr. O'Leary, B.M.,Dl)y. Surgeon Gen-
eral, Mrs. O'Leary, Captain Curs, and Messrs. H. V.
Furman, C. B. Furman, A. J. Tait and Edward Kent.
-Second Cabin, D. H11. Pitts.-Steerage, De Matos
Pereira, Antoni Veira, P. Matthews, Manuel Enos
Silva.--Deck. Charles Hicklet.
The Barque Sir G. F. Seymour, Watlington in 34
days from London, with Government stores and goods
lor Merchants, arrived yesterday.
A channel Buoy, 10 feet long by 6 feet in diameter,
marked U S. No. 614," picked up on the South side of
these islands in the month of February last was brought
into Hamiltoh Harbour on Saturday'last and delivered
over for a compensation, to G. A. Allen, Esq., United
States Consul, who returns it per Orinocototo he U. S.
*,Lirlithouse Board. It came from off the Harbour of
H. M. S. Contest, Lieut.-Commander, F. Moysey,
from Jamaica, arrived on Wednesday last.
H. M. S. Blanche having completed her three years
commission on this station last autumn,. is to go home
to be paid aff, on relief by the Dido from the Cape
of Good Hope.
H. M. S. Druid left Halifax on 22nd April for For-
tune Bay, N-F., on fishery service.
ADMIRALTY, April 11. -Commander John W. Brack-
enburg, C. M. G., to be Captain of H. M. Fleet, for
special services on the West Coast of Africa.
The German training ship Nymphe, Captain Shroe-
der 10 guns. having completed the damage sustained
on her passage up from Havana, at H. M. Dockyard,
left on Saturday last for Norfolk. Captain S, intends
Schr. Cumminger hence at New York April 26.
Neptuno (s) up at London April 16th f.r Bermuda,
to leave May 4
WAR OFFICE, April 12-99th Foot.-Capt. A. MoA.
Moir to be Major, vice Lt. Col. Ely, retired on a pen-
French Steamship "La Creusot."
We have much pleasure in recording that the serious
d images which the above named Iron Steamship of 800
tons burthen had sustained, have been effectually re-
p"ired at the St. Georges Marine Slip.
The Propeller (all 4 blades of which were broken) is
removed, and replaced by a new one. The Butt of a
Stern plate caulked. New rivets are put into the Stern
post. Rudder post was bent in two places, and is ren-
dered straight. The" Spur"or" Shoeing" was bent and
fractured; it is now straight, and also strengthened
with heavy iron braces rivetted" through and through."
The Rudder was bent in several places, at the stock
and base-is now straight, and also re-rivetted; it was
unhung, and forges were built under it. In order to
straighten the Rudder post and Spur, a forgewas built
under them, bringing the thick ironi to a white heat.
The whole work was tedious requiring care, skill, and
energy, but is thoroughly and therefore satisfactorily
accomplished, under the superintendence of Mr. J. D.
Arlington, resident Blacksmith in St. George's, and
Mr. James Stamp, St. G. M. Slip Engineer.
To Hon. S. S. Gingham we feel obliged for a New
York Herald of the 23rd ultimo, brought by the
Rebecca to his address.
Mr. William Burton Elliot, late Commissary of
British Guiana, not being able to obtain securities for
his appearance, has been reserved for trial in Esse-
quibo on a charge of embezzlement of public funds.
A novel amendment is proposed to the penal
code of California% Life sentences are to be com-
inuted upon life insurance tables, permitting the
discharge of a prisoner at the arrival of the time
when he ought to die according to the average ta-
Colonel Jerome Bonaparte and his wife are now
living in Washington, and entertaining a great
[Written expressly for the Bermuda Royal Gazette.]
THE LATE LORD BEACONS-
The loss of this remarkable man has created
throughout the wide world no slight feeling of re-
gret. The leader of a great party in a great coun-
try who had moulded it by his tact and genius into
a powerful compact, and who had injected into it
much of his own enthusiasm, cannot lay aside his
tenement of clay, cannot depart from his post of
duty and honour in life, without leaving no com-
mon void. It is not only the Conservative
party who mourn him, dead, yet who shall survive
fresh in the annals of their party for many a long
day; it is not only the Liberal party who experien-
ced in him a strong but honestly bold antagonist,
and who, if they would not concur in his policy, by
no means despised the nobility of his motives, who
will join with the Conservatives in doing especial
honour to the deceased statesman, but all that are
fired with any patriotism. Beaconsfield's life was
devoted to his country. His highest aim and am-
bition was to shape the destinies of the Empire to
which he belonged, and, in the long course of his
life, his courage even in seeming gloom never de-
serted him, possessing as he did in a remarkable
manner faith in his destiny and confidence in his
genius. If it should be asked wherein his excel-
lence consisted, the answer would perhaps be best
given by saying in his general proficiency. Eng-
land has possessed a finer orator, a finer writer, a
more cunning diplomatist, a greater social favorite,
a courtier of finer parts, a leader of a more placid
or more impetuous character, but we cannot recall
one so distinguished on our National page, combin-
ing in himself so many rare and most valuable qua-
lities, and in no mediocre degree. Since the open-
ing of the present session of Parliament, free from
the cares of office, Lord Beaconsfield mixed more
than usual among London society, which he contin-
ued to charm by the aptness and suavity of his
manners. His release from official duties presented
"Endymion" to an admiring and literary public
who eagerly devoured it with more or less relish.
Still his eye was intent on the political survey.
The Irish complications, no less than the Eastern
and South African problems, occupied his thoughts.
England's greatness was his paramount idea, and
nothing was allowed to dim its brightness. Bea-
consfield was possessed of great tact, qui3k percep-
tion and rapid foresight, and was progressive in
his continuous efforts to turn to advantage any
seemingly good opportunity. Possessed of almost
as much personal imperativeness as Palmerston,
Beaconsfield had superadded a greater polish of
manner which artfully concealed the design on hand
without unduly arousing suspicion. His own par-
ty were unconsciously led on almost by a spirit of
liberalism which they never suspected, and pro-
gress has been inscribed on their standards, so that
the old staunch Tory has lapsed into the Liberal-
Conservative. Perhaps we shall bring home to our
immediate readers the peculiar combination of ta-
lent which Beaconsfield possessed, by instancing the
fact that he was a thorough practical accountant
and a man of business, the accomplishment of all
others which gave direction and imparted stability
to his politics. The practical prevailed and guided
the finer classical acquirements which adorned the
plain matters of fact.
Beaconsfield belonged to almost every grade of
society, being equally at ease with all classes, and
impressing them with the idea that he was a master
of many studies. Beaconsfield, moreover, was a
man who attracted men, and, having once proved
their value held fast to them. As a leader he
has had in this respect few equals. He was every
inch a Courtier, not indeed in the old sense of that
term but in the Modern Constitutional atmosphere
of political freedom. He would pay due honor
where it was due, but he would resent any unwor-
thy demands, his aim being to popularize royalty,
by inducing personal worth, and by strengthening
the ligature of sympathy between the various
classes in the nation. Beaconsfield by his talents
raised himself to his high position almost by his
indomit able perseverance. Discouragements, which
would have wrecked many an aspirant to fame and
fortune, beset the youthful Disraeli; but they seem-
ed only to add further determination to his efforts to
proceed on the course which he believed was map-
ped out for him. Self control and courage gradu.
ally tided him over the shoals, which obstructed
his early progress, and step by step he rose so as
to command attention, and long before he was the
nominal leader of his party he was in reality
its active one under the late Lord Derby. Even
Beaconsfield's political enemies, though they mis-
trusted it, nevertheless admired the dexterity of
his performances, which were often characterized,
by the mysterious demonstrations of the Oriental
Magician, This gave a sort of brilliant dash to
his public acts. And though at times he seemed to
ignore Parliamentary feelings and usages in ex-
treme cases, his regard for the privileges of the
people reserved in the most delicate manner mat-
ters for Parliamentary ratification which were in
fact finally settled at once by his personal action.
Instance the purchase of the Suez Canal shares
through the Rothschilds. The bringing of troops
from India to Malta during the Russo-Turkish
struggle was a dgshing achievement which materi-
ally influenced subsequent events, and done, too,
under a liberal interpretation of then existing law.
The Treaty of Berlin was due to Beaconsfleld's
courageous determination. Had the national feel-
ing been with him Beaconsfield would have pre-
ferred the bitter alternative of war; which, had it
been forced on him, would have proved possibly the
best for his party who might still have been in of-
fice. In the Treaty of Berlin Beaconsfield went to
the extreme length of concession. Giving his own
personal attention at the Conference he was pre-
pared, in case of miscarriage of diplomatic strategy,
to force his country and to persuade them, if need
be, that they had no alternative but to face "the
fearful odds." Here again fortune favoured him,
and with Salisbury he returned to London, an-
nouncing in the now historic phrase, We have
brought you back peace and peace with honour."
Beaconsfield aimed at retiring altogether from
public life when he retired from the House of Com-
mons, the wearisome duties of which were telling
on his health then most seriously. But the Queen
would not listen to his retirement, and solely in
deference to Her Majesty's wishes he consented to
go to the Upper House, and the widely known name
of Disraeli was transformed into the now more fami-
liar grown name of Beaconsfield. The duties
which he has performed as a Peer have been of the
most onerous and important character. If ever
his private notes can be made known, they will be
found to embody an immensity of labour and great
responsibility. That the Queen should honour him
is only characteristic of the high appreciation
of his services, who is also of the many that can.
not but commend a life of untiring industry spent
for his Country and his Gon.
Malls from the West Indies, &c.
Toe Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw,
arrived at St. Georges from Jamaica at 7 a .m. on
Friday and left same aftereoor, at 4 o'clock for Hal-
The Beta was detained at Jamaica for the mails
We have received our usual exchange, West In-
dia and Demerara, files by the Beta. We are in-
debted to Captain Shaw for late flles of Jamaica
The revenue of the Island of Barbados for 1880
was 136,402. The expenditure 136,766, differ-
ence of 364 in favour of the latter.
Court of General Assize.
The Civil Sessions were commenced on Monday,
25th ult., His Honor the Chief Justice and the
Hons. E. Harvey and J. H. Trimingham, Assis-
tant Justices, presiding:-
The first case for trial was an action of trespass
brought by Mr. Thomas Henry Parker against
Capt. Orville Cooper. The principal question in
dispute was whether or not there is a public high-
way over the land in question.
The case was commenced on the 25th ult., and is
still unfinish, so we refrain from further comment,
except to say that upwards of fifty witnesses have
The evidence was concluded yesterday at half
past one, when the Court adjourned for half an
hour. On the reassembling of the Court the So-
licitor General summoned up the evidence on behalf
of the defendant in a speech which lasted an hour
and a quarter. At 3-30, the Attorney General for
the Plaintiff commenced his General reply, on the
whole case, which was unfinished at 5-20 when
the Court adjourned until this morning at ten
We understand that no case was ever tried in
Bermuda which lasted so long, or in which so
many witnesses were examined.
From the United States and Europe.
The Mail Steamer "Orinoco," Captain Fraser,
reached her wharf in this Town at 1 p.m. on Sun-
day. She left New York at 5 p.m. on Thursday.
She had a pleasant run down and would have been
in earlier on Sunday had not the thick weather of
that morning shaded the land.
We are indebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser
Dupont and other friends for late papers.
The Orinoco's" passage hence to New York
was 62 hours, arriving on Sunday at 8 a.m.
THE LAST TRIBUTE TO THE REMAINS OF
ENGLAND'S GREAT STATESMAN.
LONDON, April 26.-The funeral of Lord Beacons.
field took place today at Hughenden Manor. The
following was the order of the funeral procession
from Hughenden Manor to the Church.
Mr. Frederick Baum, his Lordship's confidential
valet, carrying the Insignia of the order of the
The body born by eight laborers of the estate.
Mr. Disraeli, Mr. Coningsby Disraeli, Lord
Rowton, Viscount Barrington, Sir N. M. de Roths-
child, M.P., and Sir Philip Rose, Bart.
Prince of Wales, Duke of Connaught, and Prince
General Sir Henry Ponsonby, Viscount Bridport,
Colonel the Hon able W. J. Colvllle, representing
the Duke of Edinburgh, and Captain Eliot, repre-
senting Prince and Princess Christian, Colonel Tyr.
witt, C. B. representing the Duke of Cambridge.
Ambassadors and Ministers of foreign Powers
two and two.
Colleagues of the deceased nobleman during the
administrations of 1868 and 1874.
Friends of the deceased-Mr. Algernon Turner,
Mr. James F. Daly, Mr. W. H. Van Baerle, late
The household servants and tenants.
LoNDoN, April 26 -The Crowd at Lord Beacons-
field's funeral was somewhat less than expected.
Many persons who intended to be present have prob-
ably been deterred by the occasional sharp showers
of bail. Among the attendants were the Prince of
Wales, and duke of Connaught and Prince Leopold,
the latter bearing a large wreath from the Queen.
When the burial service was completed all the
principal Mourners entered the vault and placed
wreaths on the coffin, and before the vault ; was
closed it was literally crammed with flowers.
LONDON, April 26.-The most remarkable Inci-
dent in Lord Beaconsfield's burial was Mr. Glad-
stone's conspicuous absence. The last special train
to H ughenden was kept waiting for some moments
for him, but he did not appear. When it became
generally known that he was not at the funeral the
greatest surprise was expressed. Mutual inquiries
on every hand failed to elicit the reason for the
slight upon the dead Earl. The general opinion
was that some unpleasant incident must have
happened in the last three or four days. The
Premier's absence from the funeral has brought
into particular prominence his omission last night
to pay that mark of respect in the Commons which
is usual in the case of statesmen of high rank-
namely, to move an adjournment of the house till a
late hour in the evening, accompanying the motion
with a few words upon the career of the dead states.
man. Mr. Gladstone did not come to the Houas of
Common till two hours after the sitting began. It
is said that be missed the train ; but when he did
come be made no reference to Lord Beaconsfield.
This caused considerable talk in the House. The
St. James' Gazette comments severeTy on the Incident
coupling this slight with Mr. Gladstone's absence
from the funeral. They seem to be more than a
lug." They then stripped Mr. Collett and the
bailiff of every article of clothing and tore up the
writs. The police and constables threatened to fire
their revolvers on the mob. Then the latter cau-
tioned them not to do so or the whole party would
be murdered. Subsequently a magisterial investi-
gation was held in Abbeyfeale, where thirteen per-
sons were charged with the offence, and after a
trial lasting five days, the prisoners were yesterday
fully committed for trial at the next Assizes, bail
being refused. On each day during the investiga-
tion a force of five hundred military and police
from Limerick were present, and yesterday a troop
of the Twentieth Hussars were stoned by a mob.
The people were charged and dispersed by the
troops. Writs have not since been served.
STORMING THE FORTRESS.
PAnIS, April 28, 1. A. M.-Additional details of
the storming of the Kroumir fastness on Mounts
Dambella and Hadebra on the 26th inst. have just
reached the Figaro office from La Calle. The affair
seems to have been very one-sided, for the French
loss is set down at a few killed and twenty-six
wounded, whereas the Kroumir loss isesaid to have
been enormous. The French troops went at the
enemy very pluokily, but before they had reached
the top of the hills the main body of Kroumirs had
prudently retreated. The French artillery fire work-
ed terrible havoc. The news of the capture of Ket
has reached Tunis. Much anxiety is felt by the
European residents as to the effect it may produce
upon the native population. The Bey is doing his
best to quiet the Mussulmans. and so far there are
no signs of an outbreak. The frigate La Reine
Blanche is lying off Goletta. According to a des-
patch from Tunis in last evening's Soir, the Bey has
ordered the Tunisian troops not to offer any resis.
tance to the French invaders.
LONDox, April 22.-The Times' Durban despatch
says a split is reported in the Triumvirate. Kru-
ger and Pretorius, supported by the war party, ob-
ject to a cession of territory and indemnity for
goods pillaged in Natal. Joubert and his party
abide by the conditions of peace fully. The Upper
Chamber of the Cape has shelved the address to the
Queen approving the terms of peace by the casting
vote of the President. The debate In the Assem-
bly continues. English residents of all classes are
leaving Pretoria. It is believed that a native war
is inevitable in the TransvaaL
A GRAND DUKE IN PaRsoN.-The Grand Duke
Nicholas, being proved to be in the plot of the Ni-
hilists at St. Petersburg, has been sentenced by a
decree of the Emperor, to imprisonment for life.
DEATH oF THE PRINCE OF JOURNALISTs.-Emile
de Girarden, the eminent French Journalist, died
of paralysis in Paris on the 27th April.
OPPOSITION TO THE IRSH LAND BILL.-The Stan.
dard reports that at the meeting of the principal Con
servative members of Parliament on the 25tb, about
fifty were present, Sir Stafford Northcote presi-
ded. Several provisions of the Land bill were con-
demned as unjust to Landlords. It was agreed
that the Government should be asked either to corn-.
pensate landlords whose property would be destroy-
ed or depreciated by the bill, or to come under a
compulsory obligation to purchase the estates of
those owners who were ready to sell at a fixed num-
ber of years' purchase. If the Government refused,
either of these proposals it was decided that the
party would oppose the bill.
Nothing Succeeds Like Su-cess
It is really astonishing to think that the Wallack
Tripologue have played five nights in St. George's
Town Hall, to large audiences on each occasion. The
artists have thoroughly ingratiated themselves into the
good graces of the people, not alone for the talent they
possess, but their worth in society as refined ladies
and gentlemen. The last performance was given on
Fridaylfor a benefit to Fannie Wallack, a fine pro-
gramme and brilliant entertainment selected for the
occasion, which succeeded in drawing out a very fash-
ionable audience, and the result, in a pecuniary way,
must have proved satisfactory to the fair Beneficiere.
The Troupe have promised to return in a short time-
it is whispered to play the full opera of Pinafore,"
several amateur ladies and gentlemen of musical abil-
ity having volunteered to assist in filling the required
roles. The Wallacks will play a short season of four
nights in the Theatre Royal, Ireland Island, where they
are great favorites, commencing To-morrow, Wednes-
day. Last night they appeared at the Lyceum, Bai-
ley 's Bay, for the second time. 200 tickets were dispos-
ed of prior to the performance, by Mr. Melville Outer-
bridge, who has taken an immense interest in the Wal.
lack performances. Mr. Wallack has informed some
of our staff that he will soon return to Hamilton and
the opening performance will be a new Society Comedy
written in England for the party, entitled an "Aristo-
cratic Flirtation," which affords a good opportunity for
excellent acting and displays a fine show of fashionable
modern costumes. This piece was highly successful at
St. George's. Come to us soon again Watty, several
packed houses await your Troupe.
mere coincidence, and will oe generally so regarded COA.DOxM.. PAR, ST. GEOoGE'S,
till some explanation is nade. 28th April, 1881.
MR. BRADLAUGH DENIED A SEAT IN TIHE Da Ms. LEE,-A gentleman in these Islands
HOUSE OF COMMONS. who regard me as a "friend of the Sparrows,"
kindly sent me a few days ago the following ex-
LONDON, April 26.-In the House of Commons tract clipped from one o his New York papers:-
to-day Mr. Bradlaugh advanced to the Speaker's Thelatestreportof the trustees of the Greenwood
table to be sworn when Sir Stafford Northcote ob. Cemetery, Long Island, says: "The steady ad-
jected, ad the Speaker requested Mr. Bradlaugh vanc of the army worm, and its close approach
to withdraw. Mr. Bradlaugh withdrew below the to the cemetery-being in an adjoining field-
bar. Sir Stafford Northcote moved that, having re- caused no little concern for the preservation of our
gard to the resolution of the House and the reports grass, shrubs, and trees from its dreaded ravageS.
of the two select committees, Mr. Bradlaugh be not But a most welcome and unexpected protection
permitted to take the oath. With the permission was found in our sparrows, who, as by a precon-
of the House Mr. Bradlaugh, speaking from the bar certed plan, swept down in thousands upon the
gave the House his word that an oath would be destroyer, and in three days, by -devouring them,
binding on his conscience. Mr. Gladstone asserted completed their extermination."
that the House had no right to inflict disability on I feel much obliged for this, as it is confirmatory
a member who, it was admitted, had no legal dis. of my own experience of the little savages, and in
qualification. Sir Stafford Northoote's motion was accordance with my statement when advocating
adopted by a vote of 208 to 175, amidst tremendous their cause in the House of Assembly.
cheers from the Conservatives. Mr. Bradlaugh While on the subject of our little feathered
again advanced to the table, and the Speaker asked friends, it was strongly urged in "the House" that
him to withdraw. Mr. Bradlaugh declined, on the the sparrows were killing or driving away our na-
ground that the resolution was illegal. The Speak- tive birds. I know they are most daring and pug-
er asked for instructions. Sir Stafford Northoote nacious, and am not prepared to say that there is
asked Mr. Gladstone whether he intended to move not some foundation for the statement, but, where
to carry out the resolution. Mr. Gladstone declin- the little sparrows destroy one native bird, twenty
ed, saying he could not take the function out of the are destroyed by men and boys for the purpose of
hands of the majority. Sir Stafford Northcote then taxidermy; evidence of which is abundant in the
said that, considering that Mr. Gladstone had abdi- hands of strangers visiting our Islands. If we
cated his functions as leader, he moved that Mr. would preserve our native birds, and it is most de-
Biadlaugh withdraw. Mr. Gladstone insisted that sirable they should be protected, some more strin-
it was not his place to move in the matter. Mr. gent law is required than now exists, or ere long
Labouchere said Mr. Bradlaugh was prepared to re- our pretty little friends will only be a thing of the
turn again and again to the House. Mr. John past.
Bright advised iic.-Bradlaugh to retire; Mr. Brad. I am, yours truly,
laugh declined. The Speaker directed him to W. C.J. HYLAND.
withdraw, and as he refused, the sergernt-at-arms
removed him to the bar. The Speaker asked for
fresh instructions. Sir Stafford Northcote said he To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
would not shrink from moving the committal of Mr. RUN AWAY HORSES.
Bradlaugh, but that the Government encouraged
his conduct. Mr. Gladstone repudiated this asser- Sia,-I would call the attention of the Constabul-
tion. The House then adjourned. ary to the frequent cases of runaway Horses, some-
times with drays and sometimes with other vehicles,
DUBLIN, April 27.-REsISTING A BAILIFF.-The caused generally by the Horses being left standing
following remarkable case was narrated in the alone, and sotimetimes by the fact that the drivers en-
papers a few days ago :-A bailiff was sent down trusted with their care are quite incompetent, in this
from Dublin by the Emergency Committee to serve latter case the owners will do well to recollect that they
writs on Lord Guillamore's property at Abbeyfeale. are responsiblefor the acts of their Servants, and for
Mr. Collett sub-agent to the property, accompanied. all damages. No amount of care in drivers can save a
the bailiff and an escort of 2 sub-constables of police, person meeting a runaway horse and cart and all such
The party was attacked by a mob of men and woe- cases should be punished promptly.
men, the latter several times striking the Dublin Yours, &c., VIATOR
bailiff with a weapon known as a stonee in a stook- April 3BOth, 1881. YIATOR
PRICES OF BERMUDA PRODUCE in the New York
Market, April 28th:-
Choice Brandi 1,371
Potatoes 9 to $10 as in quality
Tomatoes fto $1"00
Beets liwo 2*50
An Election at Cheshire, on thel22ad nit. to fill
the vacancy in the House of Commons cdnsed by
the death of Sir Philip Egerton. Mr. Tallemache
conservative received 4,799 votes. Mr. Tomkinson
liberal 4,417 votes.
The Newmarket International Handicap wai rac-
ed for and won on the 22nd by two lengths by Mr.
Pierre Lorillard's Mistake; Count de Lagrange's
Pontoe coming in 2nd, and Sir I. D. Ashley's Wind.
sor 3rd. Eleven started out of 50 subscribers.
o0:" Several Articles intended for this issue
of the Gazette, have been unavoidably omit-
We notice by the "Scotsman" of the 14th April
that Dr. James W. B. Hodedon, a native bof these
Islands, has been appointed resident physician at
the Edinburgh Royal Hospital for sick children,
room of Dr. William Fligg, whose term of office,
s about to expire.
BIRTH, in this Town yesterday, 2nd May, the WIaT
of Mr. Charles Atkins, ofa DAUGHTER.
DIE D, at Monte Christy, Hayti, on February 20, af-
ter a long and lingering illness THOS. A. M. BABCOME.
eldest son of Mr. Thomas Bascome of, Warwick, aged
36 years. The deceased leaves a bereaved wife and 2
children a mother, father, sisters and brothers and nu-
merous other relatives and friends to mourn their loss!
Notice to Parties holding
Claims vs. Br. Schr. "Lettie."
ALL Persons having CLAIMS against, the
British Schooner LETTIE," SIMMbNS,
Master, are requested to render Bills of same
in Duplicate at Our Office,
.Not later than 10 o'clock, a.m;
,This Day, Tuesday.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, May 3. 1881.-1 pd.
The Bermuda Church
THE Fifth Annual General Meeting of the
BERMUDA CHURCH SOCIETY, will
(D. V.,) be held in the
Court House, Hamilton,
On Friday Next,
May 6th, at 12 o'clock.
All persons interested in the Work of this
Society are invited to attend this Meeting.
J. LUMLEY LOUGH.
April 30, 1881.
Bermuda Hunt Club.
IHEIRE will be a Meeting of the above
Club in the
TOWN HALL, HAMILTON,
6th May, at 12 noon.
Members are requested to attend.
30th Aprl, 181.
'I'emperance HIall. H.P.,
Summer Term commences
Monday, .May 23, 1881.
Public Examination of Music Class
Friday 7 p.m., 13th IMay.
Prize awarded by majority of votes.
May 3, 1881. Principle.
A TEA MEETING, will be held by the
TEMPLARS of TUCKED'S TOWN
On Monday, 9th Inst.,
In aid of a Juvenile Society,
Doors open at 5 p.m. Admittan*l/6.
Tickets to be had at the Door.
W. A. CONTON, L.D.
May 3, 1881.-I pd
Special Lines for this week only.
GENTLEMEN'S Merino Under VESTS
i t" PANTS
Black Cotton VESTS
Former prices 2/6, 3/, 3/6 and 4/ now re-
duced to only I/ e.ch garment.
Gentlemen's White SHIRTS, regular price
6/6, 7/ and 7/6 to be had at the Emporium for
this week only for 3/each.
47 Front Street.
2nd May, 1881.-1
LL Persons having just CLAIMS against
the Estate of WILLIAM ROBINSON,
Senr., of Devonshire Parish, Deceased, are re-
quested to forward the same to the Undersigned
on or before the 20th Instant; and all Persons
INDEBTED to the -Estate are required to
make payment by that date.
WM. J. S. ROBINSON,
WM. M. ROBINSON,
Devonshire, May 3rd, 1881.-2 pd
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
At 12 o'clock, M.,
On Thursday next,
8,000 PET Partition BOARD, inch,
8 0 F planed on both sides, groov-
ed and tongued
10,000 White Pine 1 inch BOARD
5,000 Spruce PLANK, 2 inch
10,000 Spruce SCANTLING, 2 by 3, 3 by 2,
3 by 4
20 Tubs Very Superior BUTTER
1 Cask, 4 Doz. quart, Guinnesses STOUT
15 Casks, 8 Doz. pintseach, Guinnesses STOUT
16 Casks, 8 Basses Pale ALE
10 Half Chests Oolong TEA
20 Tubs New York Family BUTTER
10 5 Lb. Tins Do. DO.
3 Half Hhds. English ALE
10,000 Tomato LATHS
5 Half Chests Best TEA
3 25 Lbs. and 5 10 Lbs. Tins LARD
1,000 Jamaica Cleaned COCOANUTS
50 Pockets Table SALT
5 Half Boxes TOBACCO, 12's
3 Dozen Parlor CHAIRS
45 Boxes Very Superior CIGARS
1 Nest Clothes BASKETS
200 Feet Walnut and Gilt Picture FRAME
10 Boxes Layer RAISINS
30 Gross Comb MATCHES
2 Bls. Green GINGER
50 eams Tomato PAPER
A Lot of assorted GLASSWARE,
China CROCKERY China TEA SET
China DINNER SET DESERT SET
Dish COVERS SPOONS
KNIVES and FORKS Toilet SET
VASES Flower STANDS
&e., &C., &0.
1 Comfortable CARRIAGE
In good order to seat 4 persons i
Good at any work
1 Case assorted DRY GOODS
1 Case Men's and Boys' HATS
With a great many other Goods that will
appear at the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 3, 1881.
Sale of Pews
In St. Paul's Church, Paget.
TEH following PEWS, in St. Paul's Church,
Paget, will be offered for Sale,
ON SATURDAY Next,
The 7th inst., at 10 a.m., viz.,
Nos. 22, 29, 34, 49, 51, 58 in Tran-
septs and Nave.
And 8, 15 and 16 South Gallery.
By Order of the Vestry,
OHARS A. V. FRITH,
Paget, 2nd May, 1881.-1
LOST an old SILVER APOSTLE SPOON.
with date inscribed thereon. Whoever will
bring the same to the CHl IF WARDER, of
the Dockyard, will receive. the above Rtwasrd.
May 3, 1881.
T HE Undersigned contemplate
making A CHANGE IN THEIR BUSI-
NESS which will necessitate the CLOSING OF
THEIR BOOKS under date of May 31st, 1881.
Therefore all just Claims against us must be
rendered by that date for Payment, and all Per-
sons Indebted to us are required to pay their
respective amounts not later than May 31st,
Whatever ,balances are left unpaid by that
date will bo handed over to our Attorney for
J. T. DARRELL 4. CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, i
May 3, 1881. $
F FARMERS wishing to PLANT
KIDNEY POTATOES for the London
Market will please call on the Undersigned to
engage SEED. List open till 3rd June.
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
May 3, 1881.
To Growers and Owners
OF BERMUDA PRODUCE.
TN 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, tlhat we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of Bermuda
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 h June, 3P
April 19, 1881. to June,
Auction Sale of New York .fiail Steamer
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. he Steamer
The Undersigned Will Sell, OR I O C O,
BY PUBLIC AUCTION)o
OF W. ROBERTSON, ESQR.,
'At his residence next East of the Wesleyan
I Chapel, St. George's,
The 11th May, Instant,
Commencing at 12 o'clock, noon,
In part comprising:
DRAWING Boom Tables and CHAIRS
Dining Room TABLE and CHAIRS
Duplex and other LAMPS Dish COVERS
Iron BEDSTEADS MATTRESSES
Suit of American Bedroom FURNITUE
Bedroom WARE WARDROBE
Chests of DRAWERS CUPBOARDS
Sewing MACHINE, by Wheeler &
Child's CRADLE Kitchen UTENSILS
&C., &c., &c.
A Carriage and Harness
If not previously disposed of.
W. T. ROBERTS,
St. George's, May 2, 1881.-2
Very superior Parlour
In Walnut case, by Mason and
Hamlin, lately imported;
A Cedar SKIFF in good order, with OARS, ,
Warwick, May 2, 1881.-2 3p m 3 & 17
John A. Frith,
Opposite to the Gate of the R. E. Wharf,
ST. GEORGE'S, EAST END,
Has the pleasure to inform the Public of Ber-
muda of his return from New York with new
accessories, &c., together with a fine selection
of Albums for Cards, and Cards and Cabinets,
Velvet Frames and other novelties.
Portraits enlarged in plain, Crayon or pas-
tel, from 24/ to 30. I have arranged with
an eminentlNew York Artist to execute Or-
ders in this department.
Views of Bermudian Scenery.
Gallery will be re-opened on 9th Instant.
St. George's, 2nd May, 1881.-1
FROM and after this date NO PIC-NICS
will be allowed on the WALSINGHlAM
GROUNDS; but Persons wishing to visit the
Caves may do so by paying a small fee, when
lights and a guide will be furnished.
F. K. OUTERBRIDGE.
, Walsiugham, May 3rd, 1881.
Once a month for 3 months on 3rd page.
Notice to Shippers.
FilHE Undersigned having been appointed
AGENT at Bermuda by IOBERT G.
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
At R. F. COOPER'S,
61 FRONT STREET.
. Hamiltop, Feby. 1st, I88J.-3p tf
FTHE Undersigned will be
I -f to forward Consignments of
Free of Charge, to the following C
blouses 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.
Hamilton, 19th April, 1881.-4 3p
Notice to Impor-
ters from New York.
r ''THE BRIGHT'
Will I.Ao.,o NT~u Vrk o Arival f I t he 1 O'r'i nc~'~(I -
Captain F RASER,
Will leave the Port of Hamilton
At 11-30 A.M.,
5th May, 1881,
And will wait in Grassy Bay for the Mails to be
despatched hence at 1 o'clock. p m.
The Orinoco" will leave New York for return
on tho 12th instant.
Passengers are requested to go rn hoard be-
tween 11 and 11'30 a.mn as the stage will be
removed at 11'30 a.m.
Unless previously filled to the extent of the
vessel's carrying ability (when passing out of
the Channels) the Orinoo," will receive
Freight Parcels and Specie until 6 p.m., Wed-
nesday, the 4th May.
Bills of Lading for Produce will be signed
until 10 a.m., 5th May.
Hami:ton, Bermuda, May 3, 18l1.
THE S. S. "Ceto" will arrive
here from Nassau, direct for London,
about thb 25th instant. Parties wishing to
ship ONIONS hy her will please call aid en-
gage Freight as the space reserved is limited.
SAMUEL A. MASTERS.
May 2, 1881.-3 pd
Notice Notice !!
F R OM LOZ D O .',
VIA NEW YORK
A very large assortment of
And will be sold Cheap for Cash.
Hamilton, May 2, 1881.-3
Onion Box Mate-
The Undersigned expect to receive, per Schooner
" N. E. Symonds," due in all this week, a small
ONION BOX MATERIAL
Which will be sold for the Cash from the Wharf.
J T. DJIRRELL 4. CO.
Hamilton, May 2, 1881.
Money to Loan
On approved Mortgage Security.
The Undersigned is prepared to Receive and
Ship consignments of
By every opportunity,
To the Address of
M essrs. Darrell &
. .. .. .
83 Pearl Street. New York.
Highest Market Itates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and settlements guaranteed.
42 Front Street.
Hlamilton, 1st March, 1881.--am 3p
Brown, DeWinter &
And Dealers in
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and.53 Fulton Row,
West Washington Market, New York.
Reference-IrvinugNational Bank, New York.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and
Agents at Bermuda,
Reid St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf 3p.
To Farmers and Others.
fr il E Undersigned will be prepared, as usual,
to forward Consignments of
v I. .lea ve N.OWJ .= I uu suil ar -. i vl W .,el. .- T1o0
Orders for Freight sent per Steamer on Thurs- Messrs. E L.OOMIS Co.,
day next can be executed per Ixcclsior." 95 B 1RCLAY STREET, N EV YORK,
0?' Rate of Freight, 40 Cents per Bbl., 75 And will also purchase PRODUCE at full
Ctnts for Kercsene. Cash Rates throughout th.i Season.
W. E. TALBOT.! THOS. J. WADSON.
Hamilton, May 3, 1881.* Hamilton, March 21st, 1831.-3p tf
COLONIAL POST OFFICE,
Hamilton, 29th April, 1881.
ON and after the 1st of May, LETTERS
&c., received by the Morning's Mail from
Ireland Island, will be delivered, throughout
the Town of Hamilton, immediately after their
AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,
2 3p C. P.M.
TENDERS will:be received 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 Hamnilton, 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. j4 3p
26th April, 2nd 17th, and 31 May
WILL RETURN TO THE
By the. kind permission' and under the Patron-
age of Captain BARNARDISTON, and
k the Elite of the Island
For four nights more ; commencing
And the three following evenings,
with an entire change of perform-
ance on each occasion.
.'4ew I V SeganI Cos4luunese,
Suiting Time and Nationality
PROGRAMMES FOIl THE WEEK.
CHRISTINE OF WARSAW,
GRAND MEDLEY CONCERT
T HURSDA Y,
PaRNEs FOI ad l.4 y,
NEW MUSICAL OLIO.
. THE SWISS COTTAGE
(By desire) THE IRISH HEIRESS.
Love through a Horn
and shot Himself in the
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
To commence at 8 and terminate at 10"30
NOTICE TO GRO
WER S 3
BERMUDAP 0 ODUC. .
rJHE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
COLONIAL .SECRETARY'S OFFICE'
2nd May, 1881.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1HER MA-
JESTY'S BIRTHDAY, will be Celebra-
Tuesday the 24th Inst.,
Which day will accordingly be kept as a Holi-
day in the Cil Oces in this Colony.
By lu (Kmei'. Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
2ND MAY, 1%81.
HIS EXCELLENCY MAJOR-GENERAL
SIR ROBERT M. LAFFA&S, R.E., K.
C.M.G., has received a Circular Despatch frova
the Right Honorable THE SECRETARY OFSTATZ
FOR THE COLONIES, dated Downing Street,
15th March, 1'81, transmitting h Copy of a
Treaty between Great Britain and ILAemburg,
for the mutual surrender of Fugitive 'iminals.
SA Copy of the Treaty can be seen on appli.
cation at this Office.
By His Erxcellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
HAMILTON, 7TH FEBRUARY; 1881.
THE Act No. 27 of Session II of 1880-1-
An Act to provide for the Marking of
all Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands"-is printed ,in the
Royal Gazette" for general information, in
conformity with.the requirement of the 3rd
Section of the said Act.
R. E. WEBSTER,
AN ACT to provide for the Marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be shipped
from these Islands.
[18 January, 1881.]
WHEREAS: coasideiable loss and incon-
venience has arisen from the practice offShip-
ping Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, and-other
vegetables from these Islands to other Markets,
without the name of the owner, or other dis-
tinguishing mark being thereon, to enable
fraudulent packers to be discovered and punish-
ed, and it is deemed expedient to put a stop
to the said practice:
We, therefore, &c., be it enacted, &c.:
I. If any person shall offer for sale any
Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, or other vege-
tables in such packages as are usually used
for the shipment of such vegetables by vessels
for other markets, without the initials of'the
christian name and surname in full of the
owner being branded or marked in paint or
ink or other material not easily removed there-
on, in distinct and legible letters of not less
than half an inch in length, every such offend-
er shall, on conviction' before any Justice of
the Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceed-
ing ten shillings as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with the costs, and in default
of payment to be levied by distress in like
manner as debts not exceeding three pounds
may be recovered, and if any person so ,cqn-
victed shall again commit a similar offence,
every such offender shall on any subsequent
conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not ex-
ceeding one pound as to the Justice shall seem
i meet, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds may
Provided, that nothing herein contained
shall be construed to apply to any person who
shall offer for sale any Potatoes, Onions, To-
matoes, Melons, Pumpkins, or other veget-
ables, in open packages, or bags, for consump-
tion in these Islands.
II. If any person shall purchase or ship, or
cause to be shipped, any Potatoes, 'Onions,
Tomatoes, or other vegetables in such pack-
ages as are usually used for the shipment of
such vegetables by vessels from these Islands
for other markets, without the full initials of
fhe christian name and surname Qf the owner
being branded or marked in paijl or ink or
other material not easily remove thereon, in
distinct and legible letters of not less than
half an inch in length, every such offender
shall, on conviction before any Justice of the
Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
forty shillings as to the Justice shall seem
meet, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds may
be recovered, and if any person so convicted
shall again commit a similar .offence, every
such offender shall, on any subsequent convio-
tion, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
three pounds, as to the Justice shall seem meet,
together with costs, and in default of payment
Sto be levied by distress in, likemariner as debts
not exceeding three pounds may be recovered.
-. III. It shall be the duty of the Colonial Seb-
cretary to require this Act to be printed iii the
Royal Gazette on the first Tuesday of every
month during the first six months after it shall
go into operation.
IV. This Act shall go into operation on the
first day of February, 1881, ,and eoitinue in
force until and throughout the last day of Jmne
Sone thousand eight hundred and eighty-two.:
i tentio0 to the forwarding of BERMUDA UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN TIlE POST OF-
PRODUCE to the Consignment of FICE HAMILTON, 30th April, 1881.
.Miessrs. TJolhn e .ii --., George Armstrong, W Attrell, Hejiry Robe;t
Mssrs. h to # ix~ -& C 4, Bean, Daniel Bean, Anne Bean, W H Bean, Marioh
OF NEW YORK, Bean, Regenia Blackman, .Margaiet Bean, T S
During the coming Crop eason. Chapel, J T Crampton, Richard Calyer, John David,
During the coming Crop season. Frazer Deshield, Thomas H Dickinson, R J Dill,
All charges for Cost of Remittance for nelt w A Dougless, Josaph H Dill, G 0 Freeman,
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of Benj Fubler, Emma Gilbert, Richard Gillispie,
the Goods. Jane Hodtdon, Thomas Hayward, J S Harrison,
The highest Market Rates will be obtained Francisco Ignacio, Alpheus Joell, Joseph Jones,
and Account Sales returned promptly. Wm James, Augustus Jones, J S James, Emily
All Packages of Produce must be-maikedwigh Jones, Mrs J Kennedy, B Kenney, John Lottimore,
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner Riichard Lang, Anne Lee, Frank I old, Charles
to co liths the OaLat. han, T McCay, Henry Maiks &,Co, John Pack-
to comply with the new Law. wood, Charles Pearman. Thomas J Place, Mary
J. T. DARRELL & CO. Pen iston, W Pearman & Son, Frances Robinson,
A 11 Raynor, Charles Richardson, John W Richard-
Hamilton, lermuda, p son, Mrs F H Robinson, Richard N Swan, George
Feby. 21, 1881. Spencer, Stephen Shitley, John A Smith, Mrs
William Simonis, Annia E Smith, :Benjamin
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST LCF Swan, James J Smith, J A Sheafo, Nathan -cot.
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Vtiay 2, 1881. James Stowe, Peter Saunders, Frances Tuzo,
Bark 'A R Tucker,' Mrs W C Brown, W Brown, Joseph Trott, Ardella Trott, J F Tucker, Elizabeth
Emily Barrett, Dan.el Bean, Bark 'Kong Car' J Trott, Brig Hlenry Trowbridge," Ann Virgin.
Mrs Swan (Water St), G Swan, Joseph Tolema,, John Vicat, W T Williams, Mary Williams, George
'm H Tucker, Jas Thaner, Reuben Wainwright, Wilson, J Warren, John Wilday, S Wellman, Chas
Sully Wilson. Wilson,
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
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R. DR. CLARK
IITDE A.] .
h Dsearp Disease,.
Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
Theo Best REMEDY KNOWN to Man !I
S OIJD INCE 18TO..
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It Stimulates the Ptyallne In the Saliva,
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eauses Wind and Souring of the food In the
stomach. If the medicine is taken Immedl.
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It aet: upon the Iilver.
It acts upon the Kidneys.
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It opens the pores of the skin and Induces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the
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No. 319 West 10th st., New York City.
AHEUMAATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
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No. 19 Beach-st., New York City.
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
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this quickly disappeared on my continuing its uee.
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D b it- seYours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City.
NEW YORf, Feb. 3, 1880.
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your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
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BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DEAR StR,-This is to certify that I have found
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SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Georges.
*" n r 1"
Importing and Forwardlng .
To the Consignment of
REID STREET, HAMILTON. ^Su. DDL TOIT & 00.,
Consignments made to first class Houses in NEW YORK,
New York, Philadelphia and London. Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
Full Market Iates paid for Produce through- render them every facility for so doing.
out the Season. SA M L. A. MAST ERS.
Advances made on Consignments. February 22, 1881-t
Hamilton, April 4th, 18Sl.-tf February 22, 1881.-tf
Will give his personal attention to the forward-
TO THE NEW YORK MARKET
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
W. H? PENISTON.
46 & 47 Front Street,
April 5, le8l.-tf
Jas. A. Judge,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West
Washington Market, New York.
Notice to Farmers and
W E shall be prepared to attend to the for-
S warding of
To the Consignment of
Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
187 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all other information
please call or address
OUTER BRIDGE BROS.,
Reid St., Hamilton.
.February 28, 1881.-tf
A4SK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KITCHE N, for scouring and clean-
ing. It is better than Sapolio, and only about
half the price.
The Undersigned will give his personal attention Ro I.i Lee CV
to the forwarding of o. L C .,
To the Consignment of the above-named
The highest market rates will be obtained and
Account Sales returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Season.
STENCIL PLATES furnished.
9 West Front Street.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 m
[IGH Prices killed Sapolio. PRIDE OF
a THE KITCHEN has succeeded to the
Chas. P. Woodworth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
CONSIGNMENS OF PRODUCE solicited
to above Address and Highest Market
Rates guaranteed. Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCI, PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
r1HE manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to
combine with PRIDE OF THE KITCIH-
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence
the bad temper manifested.
TO FARMERS 4. OTHERS.
rlIHE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared as
usual to forward Consignments of
185 Reade Street, New YorI.
Orders will be sent forward by next Steam-
er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
to meet the requirements of the law. Parties
desiring same will please inform me. on or before
WEDNESDAY, 16th instant.
Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
A L OJNZO PENIS TON.
March 8th, 1881.-tf
'o Growers and Ship-
f B dRarmvirk Pf/ir durta
ind INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
April 13,: 1880.
1I'HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
1 attention of the MERCHANTS' OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has Leen connected with the House of
H. K. & F. B. Thurber & Co,,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly'filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
THE QUEEN, ERIN.
---D E PROPOSED SAILING
191. F. JUDGE, (Subject to Change.)
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE, LIVERPOOL LINE.
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
BERM UDA PRODU E From Liverpool. To Li
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier, England, Wed. Apl. 6 Sat. April
West Washington Market. Helvetia, 20 May
AS the Season for Shipping all kinds of BER- Spain, 27 M
MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now Italy, May 4 "
at hand, we again take the liberty of placing England, 11 "
our services at your disposal for the sale of any Egypt, 18 June
consignments you may make to this market. Helvetia, 25 1
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five Spain, June 1 1
(35) years is one of the best in our market and Italy, 8 "
it gives us every advantage to dispose of the LONDON LINE.
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there- From London. To L
by enabling us to make prompt returns with
net proceeds. Greece, Wedl. April 20 Wed. May
We are sure after you have given us a trial Canada, Wed. May 11 June
you will be satisfied with our dealings and will Erin, Wed. 18 "
be only too anxious to continue shipping to us *Denmark,Wed. 25 "
all through the season. The Queen,Wed. June 1
Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton, France, Wed. June 8
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most *The Steamers Denmark and
happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap- not carry Passengers.
plication, and give you all the necessary infor- Rates of ssge, to ueenst
mation you require. Any time you write us pool $60 to $70.
about markets, business prospects, etc., we will To London direct, $50 to $60.
give you all the information in our power. E xcuri $110 to $110
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction "c $c4 100 to $11J
and pleasure it would afford us to hear from Steerage passage $26f.
you soon, and thanking you for past favors, For further information apply a
and hoping you will still continue entrusting pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73
us with your confidence, we are, New York.
Yours Respectfully, F. W. J. ilE
O'CONNOR & JUDGE.
New York, March 1st, 1881. New York, 19th April, 1881.
23, 1 p.m.
30, 6 a.m.
7, 11-0 a.m.
14, 3 p.m.
28, 3 p.m.
e 4, 10 a.m.
.1, 3 p.m.
8, 10 a.m.
25, 3 p.m.
11, 3 p.m.
1, 8 a.m.
8, 1-380 p.m.
15, 7-30 a.m.
22, 2 p.m.
n or Liver-
t the Com-
OF lice! .Ice!! Ice! W.oH. Wtngton,
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 hlamilton and Vwinity 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 lbs
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs.
Bermuda Artificial lee ,0(oRpany.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.
Finest New Olive Oil,
In Lots to suit Purchasers.
J. H. DARRELLi JUNR.
Hamilton, 18th April, 1881.--3
United States JMail Steamers.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
EYVARX 'TUEA)SXY ;
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday April 12,,at 3 p.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday April 26, at3 p.m,
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at 8 a.m.
ARIZONA.sails Tuesday May 10, at 2 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday May 17, at8 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Offieers, Surgeons and Stew-.
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are unX
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-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day. 4
WILLIAMS & GtON,
29 Broadway,New 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
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-
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 '
H. K. & F. B. THURIDER.& CO.
Importers, Manufacturerq, 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
Office and Residence Reid Street, familtop,
adjoining Arry Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; to 6 p.'
Will .Visit St. George Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY.
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Squaroe
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.
Payable at end of present Crop Season
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.'
Hamilton, April 5, 1881.
AMERICAN WATCHES, -
T HE 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 d6oer
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, Htamilton, u.0.0
Deer 16, 1878. uSo0o.
DEALEIt IN 7
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &c, &e.,
Heid Street, near Queen's,
Feby. 1, 1881.
C. T. CONYERS,
\ WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
AND DEALER IN
Teas, Coffees .Sugars,
English. and American Goods,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
Cetober 26th, l880.-:6d t t
SPE cI lt NOT4E.
Direct Aonthly Steam Coommini-
cation between :.
STEAMERS leave London the last Thorsday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Cpmitmissio $'Ier-
chants, London, execute indents Tfr every, de-
cription of Goods for shipment by these $tam-
Highest Market Rates secured for conaign-
ments of Bermuda Pioduce. "' .I
For Preight,:Passage', and allintforrmitto6,
R. P. ATKINS.&--O.,
Agentsjfor -i teametn ton.
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply, tp
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St.-apd<'hanceryLane.
IlHimiiton, Feby.7th, 1881: y"
Protection against F1RLE
AT THE MOST MODE4AT,.E RATES
e* nfla obtadedf thet'
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the! IlANCitp0Fj E 4 ly se
Islands; a Saving is' effected to the Isuared
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PaRSONAL
P OPE RTY for 3, 6 or 12 inniths.
No FEES and no CHARGE f9r Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD.
Httmlongs, ; tetmbye 9@,/lgl
RIMMEL'S C HDICE PERFFU-
DIMJlE'SI TO..-t'P .INEG4Ulfa pleasant
tonTe and refreshing adounct.to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent a d' da oweifitl disitf.-Iant
For warmCelimates itfisjivaluable:i .; '
RIM MEL'S CELEB RATED. LAVENDER
S IMAIEL'S TREBLE DISTILE DE
R RIMM EL'S~" t" I PEJoyEwTTOD1MA
SRIMMEIS 1JOtIE\1 CLU qnd otber fia-
grant Perfungs. .- I
RItIMEL'$. LIIIE. JUICE.and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and idWafta *An
agreeabFe coolness fo the head. . ,
H RIMMEL'S PURE.' WT1t GiY'CdftIAR E
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDYSOR,,H6NEY
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COALiTAR, anither
i Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes. i "
RIMMEL'S VELNETINEVj :VIOLET BRI.GE,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDE"IRin
boxes, barrels. ad packets. i .. t
RIiMMEL'S AQUAPE1T.NE,,clInso, w ps
and preseires the teeth,' ifre'shes h' mouto ad
sweetens the breath. '
R NM-H E I iAbAU'F1 A O NINER, or Na-
tural Air purifier afr grand, PLgqdvr wDhich diffuses
the healthy and 4ef s in si enyapsios .qpa the Pine
and Eucalyptus Fore s ... .. ...
E. RIMMEL, Perfuner by-,pointment to HF. R,
H. Princess of WylgeiN London, and 17
Boulevard des ttasl Pa'r s.
May 27. 1879.
5 12 6 40
5 8 6 44
5 7 6 45
I -.I I I ........
TI BERMUDA ROAL. GAZTTiEtidsitubhthed
every Tuesday by DOWALD M'PHEw Lai,
Printer to the Queen' s Most lbxbelleWt
AT HIS OFFICE),
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby street,;
where Blanks, Hand-bills, 8.o0, will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St, Georges for the. Royal *Gazetlt.
Mesrs. GEORGE BOYLE &. 8o01,Wedt En@,
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