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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00187
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THE "'


A BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER .


Wo. 19.-Vol. .VZZ. STATE Sbri VZAS ANTZQVAS. i,


Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .May 10, 1881.


Petmbroke Grammar' Sehool Athle-
tic Sports.
The fifth annual meeting of Sports held by this
School Was celebrated at Tickers Field, on Thurs-
day the 28th April, and although the day open.
ed tth very gloomy prognostications of ram,
which were unfortunately realized in the after
noon, yet wemay fairly chronicle this year's perfor-
mances as second to none of its predecessors. The
8 Chases were, as usual run over the Pembroke
i. and. at the hour appointed for starting a
goodly number of friende- a visitors gathered to
witness the: fun. The ditches had late 'been
widened and the heavy rains had filled them to
overflowing and perbap-their formidable appear.
an. med many of the chiokenhearted to think
twice before venturing toface them after a pump-
iag run over the heavy soaked ground. The second
class waa first started and brought five competitors
to the poi. A capital start sent them all away to
the first dlth, Cameron leading followed close by
W. Jones and A. G. Butterfield, however the lead.
ing boy so0n fell out and the real work lay between
the two last named who ran very pluckily all
through but Buterfield's superior staying powers
told at the finish and latidei him an easy winner,
W,.4ones and Ba Trimnuinghan sharing 2nd and 3rd
hoor s.. The st clase soon got away with Hillie
Bnuuiltd, E. Gosling, S; Walker in the van,
whtle the rest quickly tailed off and finally stopped.
This order was maintained nearly half over the
eoure heu. R.Ooalink took the lead but making
a mistake in the oou-e he had to retrace his steps
giving Butterfleld an advantage of which he could
not a vkeul hiise is Gosling spurting up to him
again gained thelead and taking the water jumps
in gallant style finished an'easy winner In ten min-
utes 40 seconds, H, T.Buttefield dan S. Walker
running 2nd andi 3rd respectively.
Toe ,lat Races at long distances were a decided
improvement on-last year's running both in style and
pace, E. Gqsw"ng if he had been pressed in the mile
would bVmaVde better time. In the half mile the
splendid running of J. Beyl- and Aubrey Butter-
el waea much admired and applauded. The sprint
ee.* were olosel contested. but owing to their
beifd run duringthe rain the time was not so good
as expected. The, Strangers 100 yards, was
eryem-t won, by. Mr. Aiby, R.N. The ald
Bo i tUrdl oe Ra was run in heavy rain but pro.
4u a Gcap 9.i9ntest finally won by H. Hinson.
TWOe sppery state of the ground caused many ludic-,
roxu aibles causing much amusement but luckily
no accident occurred. In jm.iM g the prettiest
perf ormne wa t_,a of ,itte B. i. ;Walker who
cleared'a height of 3 feet p inches although hardly
haltfoot tae himself. Te ole jump was very
cleverly won by S. D. Walker. Where all did so
well it would be an endless task to quote every
d prfoan .so. we .fe our. riders to the
detailed account 0(hg laya plgrame 4as given
below. Owing to the generous and liberal donations
of many kind friends Mr. lay was enabled .to- dis.
plbay,vTary hmdaoie selection' of prizes. Ttie
programme concluded 6"30 mu. when the prizes
were presented to the successful competitors th!s
ending ap gOoyaWday
Steple chase, la I. miles. Allboys14 yrs.
6 ms. and over. ,
First Prize, a Silver Cup-E. Gosling. Time, 10
min. 40 see.
Second Prize a Q4nehandled Bat-H. T. Butter-
field. The5, 11 min. 20 sec..
Tird FSe, Ailvea So~r PiT-S. D. Walker.
Time t1 in. 6lsee.
,O ,M O I. OneMile. All boys un.
8 de.r 14 yri.% m 6 ,- "' .
First Prize, a Sliver Cup-A. G. Butterield.,
.! Time,7min. 5 .sec.
Soald Weie, a Sllver Scartf Phi-W. Jones.
^ Tiae,B6 nB.6ee;
Third Prise, a Orieket BallB-. rimingham.
Flat Ra0e,.tCR I.' Oei Mte. 16 Irt. and over.
Firs e, a Double Handled Silver Cup-E.
Second Prize, Se ain Silver St dl-T. H.
Butterfield. 'ime, 6 min. 40 sec.
Flat Race, Olass II. RHal Nl. All boys 13 yrs.
and over to under 16 yeas.
First TArle, a Silver Cup-J. Heyl. Time, 2
.tNm Ss. ;' f. 0
Second Prize, a Set of Silver Shirt Studs-J.
Lightbourf. Time, 2 min. 67 sec.
Flat Reee-Glam Ih Half Mile. All boys under
13 yrs. M..
First Prize, a Silver Cup-A. G. Butterfield.
Time, 2 nin. 5566 sec.
Second Prise, a Silver Pin-K, Cameron. Time,
3 m4n. 11 se.
7 Flat Race, Class L carter Mile. All boys 16
jrs. and over.
F irL Pi, a Canehandled Bat--E. Gosling.
Time, ? min. 15 see.
Flat Bace, Class IL' 300 Yards. All boys 13 yrs.
and over to under 16 years.
First Prize, a Pewter Cup-J. Lightbourn. Time,
Af. seae .-. --* 1
Flat Race, Class III. 300 Yards. All boys under
Fst a Pewter Cup-A. G. Butterfield.
Time, 50 sec.
FPlat Raee,alasI. L 100 Yards. All boys 16 yrs.
aad over.
First Pri~, a Gold Scarf Ring-E. Goaling.
Time, 13 se&.
Fiat Race, Class I. 100 Yards. All boys yrs.
and over tounder ^6 yrs.
Time, 13 sec.
Flat Race, Class IIL 100 Yards. All boys under
13 years.
First Prize, a Gold Searf Ring-A. G. Butter-
field. Time, 16 sec.
Strangers' Race, 100 Yards. Open. Prize, a Silver
Cup-Lt. Ashby, R.N. Time, 10 sec.
Flat Race, Other Schools. Quarter Mile. All boys
14 yrs. 6 ms. and over.
First Prize, a Pewter Cup-F. Peniston. Time,
Smain. 15 seo.
Second Prize, Writing Material-S. S. Outer.
bridge.


Flat Race, Other Schools. Quarter Mile. All
boys under 14 yrs. 6 ms.
First Prize, a Pewter Cup-S. Hollis. Time, 1
mnin. 16 sec.
Second Prize, a Silver Scarf Pin-W. H. D.
North.
Hurdle Race, Old Boys. 160 Yards. 8 flights.


I N EBISD5rP-.L) to tile statee are req ired to
make payment by that date.
WM. J. S. ROBINSON,
WM. M. ROBINSON,
FRANCIS ROMEO,
KExecutors.
Devonshire, May 3rd, 1881.-2 pd
I bare nothing .ut aty heart to give you, said
a spinster to a lawyer who concluded a suit for
her. Well, said the lawyerygruffly, go to my
clerk; he takes the fees."

Notice! Notice !!

Just Received
FR OM O.nD O.',
VIA NEW YORK
A very large assortment of
Dry Goods,
And will be sold Cheap for Cash.


J. A.
Hamilton, May 2, 1881.-3


STEED,
Reid Street.


You may go out and walk at an hour whose name,
read backward or forward, is always the same.-
Noon. Or you may ride at a subsequent hour,
whose name, read backward or forward, Is always
the same.-Eve.

5s. Reward.

'l IIE 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 September. 1880.
WM. J. LIGHTBOURN,
Hamilton..
April26, 1881.

Meyer'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.
Gentlemen visiting Hamilton on business are
welcome to leave their Ladies at this Establish-
ment, as he has plenty of room for their accommo-
pation.
070" SODA WATEiR of all flavours on
draft.
(07 CONFECTIONERY for the million.
Victoria Street, Hamilton,
April 26, 1881.


Just Received
FROM LO.NDO.N;
Sv uMMER CLOTIZmG,
1 EN'S and Youths' Tweed SUITS
Tweed, Duck, & Black Cloth PANTS
.;" Do. Baden and VESTS
Alpaca and Linen COATS
Men's and Youths' Straw H-1A TS
MEN'S AND YOUTHS'
Boots & Shoes,
Ladies and Misses Boots & Shoes,
&c., &c., &c.


C. A. JONES,
Front Street.


Hamilton, April 25th, 1881.- 3
An astonishing series of forgerles have been dis-
covered in Lynchburg, Virginia, involving Major
Wm. P. Hart, superintendent of the Pertha zinc
mines and works in Pulaski county. It appears
that Hart negotiated with A. M. Davies, banker,
of Lynchburg, some months ago for a loan of va-
rious amounts, aggregating $15,000, ln notes
drawn by himself and indorsed by Joseph Cloyd,
a well-known capitalist of Pulaski county..

Lost,
On Sunday, the 24th,
.1 Walking Stick,
With Initials E. C. G.
The finder will be rewarded by bringing the
same to the "Gazette" Office.
April 25, 1881.

Notice.

For Sale,

1 A large


A very superior animal, well adapted to the
work of the present season, and a great bargain.
Apply to
SAML. D. ROBINSON,
Hamilton Bakery.
8th April, 1881.


*1


SETTTNG OFF I
SELTLTTNG OFF!!!

GREAT REDUCTION IN THE
PRICE OF


AT THE EMPORIUM.


LABOR R S
Required for CHIPPING and PAINTINg
Chamber. of Floating Dodk.
Wages 4a. per day
With Quarters on boMad Rw-I
ADDly to Master Shipwright's O&ie, V.


Prize, a Silver Cup-H. Hinson. Time, 26 Au tion Sale of
,ec.1a.. Auction Sale of
Firet Prize, a Canehandlie Bat-S. Walker. -HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREI
Time not taken.
Second Prize, a Pocket Flask-J. H. Darrell. The Undersi d "Will Sell,
Hurdle Race, Class II. 160 Yards. 8 flights. n ersIgneI U' TeI,
All boys under 14 yrs. 6 months. AT
First Prize, a Canehandled Bat-J. HeyL Time, B Y P UBLIC 4 UCTION
36 eoT.
Second Prize, a Pic-nic Knife-A. G. Butterfield. THE HOUSE OLD
Throwing Cricket Ball, Cla I. All boys 14 yrs. I E .
6 ms. and over. L'URNITU.IJ
First Prize, A Cricket Ball-E. Gosling. Throw OF W. OBERTSQ fSQR.,
82 yds. 0 ft. 2 in. OF W. ROBERTSON, ESQR.,
Throwing Cricket Ball, Class II. All boys under D. A. 0.
14 yrs. 6 m. At his residence next Easf of the Wesleyan
First Prize, A Cricket Ball-H. Smith. Throw Chapel, St. Gerge's,
High Jump, Class I. All boys over 65 ft 3 inches. O il W e d ni sd a y,
First Prize, A Set of Silver Studs and Case-J. The 11th May, Instant,
Hyle. Jump 4 ft. 6 in, The I Ith May, Instant,
High Jump, Class II. All boys over 4 ft. 11 in. Commencing at 12 o'clock, noon,
up to and including 5 ft 31 inches. In part comprising:
First Prize, A Flowered Set of Silver Studs and RAWING Room Tables and CHAIRS
ease-T. H. Butterfield. Jump 4 ft. 2 in. Dining Room TABLE and CHAIRS
High Jump, Class III. All boys 4 ft. 11 in. and PICTUR~gs CLOCKS
under. Duplex and other LAMPS- Dish COVERS
First Prize. A Pewter Cup-B. Walker. Jump rIron BEDSTEADS MATTRESSES
3 t i I n. Mosquito CURTAIN&
Wide Jump, Class I. All boys over 56ft. 3 in. Suitof American Bedroom FURNITUE
First Prize, An Inkstand-E. Gosling. Jump, Bedroom WARE WARDROBE
15ft. 3in. Chests of DRAWERS CUPBOARDS
Wide Jump, Class II. All boys over 4 ft. 11 in. MATTING
up to and including 5ft. 31 in. S i
First Prize, A Pair of Plain Silver Buttons-S. Sewing MACHINE, by"Wheeler &
Walker. Jump, 14 ft. 2 in. Wilson:
Wide Jump, Class IIL All boys 4 ft. 11 in. and Child's CRADLE- Kitchen UTENSILS
under. &c., &c., &c.
First Prize, A Pair of Flowered Silver Buttons-
C. Gosling. Jump, 11 ft. 10 in. ALSO,
High Pole Jump, Class I. All boys 5 ft. 2 in. and marriage and arne
over. A Carriage and Harness
First Prize, A Silver Cup-S. Walker. Jump If not previously disposed of.
7 ft. 6 in.
High Pole Jump, Class II. All boys under 5 ft. W. T. ROBERTS,
S 2 in. Auotioneer.
First Prize, A Set of Silver Shirt Studs-C. St. George's, May 2, 1881 .-2
Gosling. Jump, 5 ft. 9j in. e
Three.Legged Race, 160 yds. All boys 14 yrs. 6 The fine iron Ship Canoma left Glasgow lately
ms. and over to run.with boys under 14 yrs. for Levuka, with a full oargo, had several cabin
6.ma. and intermediate passengers. The 'principal part
First Prize, Two Silver Pencil Cases-C. Jones. of the oargo consists of about .600- tons sugar
and B. Walker. Time 30 sec. machinery, and a steamer in pieces, ibe balance
Donkey Race. Prize, A Silver Mug-J. R. Tucker. being g 'neral merobahdtie suitable for a young
Consolation Race, Clasa I. 100 yds. colony. Tbhis vessal lus.eea4niatehed by Messes.
First Prize, A Writing Desk-A. P. Coombe. Thoaa Law & cQq and Is tbeoamed ship Uaded
Consolation Race, Class II. 100 yds. by them this year for the Fijt.
Mrst Prize, Backgammon Board-H. Watling.-
ton.
Notice.
Consolation Race, Class III. 100 yda.
First Prize, A Penknife. H.B. Smith. O
N ,F FARMERS wishing to PLANT
NiOtlCe. KIDNEY POTATOES for the London
LL Persons having just CLAISi against l Market will please call on the Undersigned to
A the Estate of WIILIA.M lIOBINS.-ON, engage S ED). List open till 30th June.
Senr., of Devonshire Parish, I)eceased, are re- B. P. ATKINS & CO.,
quested to forward the same to the Undersigned Hamilton.
on or. before the Oth Instant; and all Persons May 3, 1881.
Imro.n1P ii.L r&- .ii. .e "_ .


S R.. SWAN tenders her sinceers thanks to
the Army, Navy, the American Visitors
and to the Public generally for the liberal pat-.
ronage they have extended to her, and desires
to Inforam them that, with a view to their comfort,
she has improved her accommodations, by add.
ng several bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 188M.
Since the deepening of the river at New Orleans,
Steamships of the largest draught can come up to
the city and take in cargoes. Sinee Febrqary 19,
of the present year, the golden harvest of the West
has been pouring into the Crescent. City. Tb,
bulk of grain by river from Minnesotae, llipois,
[Indlaa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, up to
the 11th April Is 8750,000 busbels or 570,000
more than that shipped up to, the. corresponding
date of 1880, though the navigation, was open siz
weeks earlier that year.


THE PEARL.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
Milk.
W E offer under the above brand, a full
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
evaporation, and granulated suoar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts. of water
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver-
age standard of Orange County milk. very can
is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the
principle that low prices combined with good
quality and honest weight, command the tra4e.
Price per single, case 48 16-oz. cans is .$8.
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. .
The good people of the City of New York are in
a dilemma having a Judge, whom they elected In
1875 for a period of fourteen years, who after
serving for about two years became Jnerably In.
sane and the constitution makes no pilstioa for the
removal of aniasane Judge however preaslngmay
be the public interests.

Notice.
BY recent Instuctions from the Marine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and C6n-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND,
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.


ON HAND,
Native Work in CEDAR, PAL-
METrTO and SHELL.
April 18, 1881.


Dr. JE. f, Mercer
Veterinary Surgeon,
OFFICE No, 9, West Front St.


Hamilton,
Above Store of C. T.-.49yers,
Residence, Harringeoi
Hamilton Parish.


Es~qr.,


Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
Will visit ST. GEORGE'S profeslonaly on
Saturday.
Office at.,McCallan &- Co.

A Mr. Sims, an Eoglishman. who has been in
Nova Scotia for some time has made an agreement
with a Cumberland county firm for shipping fort..
nightly from Halifax for Egland, l60onsof dress. -
ed meat per,month for three year, whioh means a
payment of uppllesot about 4100,000 a year. The
first shipment to be in May. in the Steamer oVers


ALL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensil1
A Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
Scouring, Cleaning and Polishing Soap, PRIDE
OF TH E KITCi- EN. Ask lor Pride of the
Kitchen" Soap.
H. K. & F. B. THURB9R & CO.,
New York, April 20,1881. Propietors.



W NOTICE.



In Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Browery of
Messrs. LAND SON &CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
HALIFAX,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.


For Sale by


January 18,


A. J. RICHARDSON,
Sole Agent,
St. Geor^ge, B t'adB
1881.-3m Sp, 9m Ip.


We intend to continue our REDUCED PRICE Docyard. -
SALE and are now offering the following J. MORESBY,
lines at marvellously low figures:- Captain in Charge of0Naeal Et4.iafhe.
MEN'S Fine Tweed PANTS, formerly 17/ H. M. Dockyard, 4th March, 1881.--240
and 20/, per pair for 10/6
Men's Cotton and Wool Tweed PANTS, at 4/2 Wo0D r1UL.--At Conquerall, In this o
worth 7/6 Mrs. Naugler, past the meridian of ifte, .jCt
Men's Black Cloth PANTS, price 20/, now for thirty-two days and then breaks her long atE-
12/6 pair nence with a handful of raw saner kramt and a
Men's Black Cloth PANTS, Bermuda made, couple of slices of raw pork. Tanner wouldn't
for 15/ pair beat that.-Lumnmburg Progsys.
Men's Black Cloth COATS formerly 30/, 35/,
and 45/, now all reduced to 20/ Ea *JO N E
Men's Diagonal COAT and VEST worth 40/ *E ., J N
for 25/ Corner of Reid and Queen Streets,
Men's Diagonal JACKET 25/ Hamilton, "
All Winter Clothing at any price.-
Men's Working JACKETS from 8/9 up Is now receiving from London a further supply
Men's Light Summer JACKETS at 2/6 each "
Men's Light Spring OVERCOATS at 16/ ..I
." Ad- .ot17/6ininpartf:
Men's Fancy Melton OVERCOATS at 20/ each &., consisting in part of
and up Z E NTS and Boys' Cotton and Elastlc 11A-
White SHIRTS at 2/91 and upwards CE "8
Colored SHIRTS at 1/ and up Ladies', Gents' .nd Boys' Linen COLLARS
UNDERWEAR at any price CUFFS
And various other articles usually found at es' and oys'Straw 0 . aS
the Emporium are still to be bad there only,' ,Ioants' Pique HATS and HOODS
at a wonderful reduction in prices. Ladies' Navy Blue, Marone and eat lOSE
0 One call solicited. ChildS' Colored HOSE
Gems' White SHIRTS
J. H. ROBINSON & CO., "i Oford SHIRTS
The Emporium, 47 Front Street. Bathing PANTS
Hamilton, 25th April, 1881.-3 Black and Colored Silk TIES
White Cambric 'TIES
S 3, Rew ard Ladies' Brown and White Qotton VESTS
.?4 0,, LewU v*ad.if White PIQUE
OST an old SILVER AF L'I SPOON. White Striped CAMBRIC ..
with date inscribed thereon. Whoever wil Turkey TWILL, .
brl, the some'tohe' C HI KlF WARDER of White arnd C16red'Silesia ad _Liings
the Dokyjrd, wiU receive the above Rl6ward. Gentsa W.4ito Mareella ad 'taick VESTS-
May 3, 18Di ". Drland PANt
ay 3,1881. '" Brown. '
Mrs. II ibecca w ; n.'s ", and White Linen JACKETd
R COLOGNE Hair OILS SOAPS
Boarding House 2 ?NE BR,, oI + ^AP
oarding COMBS BRUSHES&c.
SCAUI{ HILL, SO1EISET._ Violet POWDER Do. BOXES and PUFFS
China WARE and TOYS


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT O a H ^ I-4 'H I IA IIT N ;1 LT L,. koa the United States and Europe, ib.ITunis to Franceu bnt aclude al .B it, jm the &d INik at Rural Hill. Paget
Gibbs'Hill Light Ela1ion 1u1ud .e w the '- 6--hfl'f6er from trying to secure a othpid wb 'the Wefl orermoi iMton, E&q.,ofaDAvn-
1st and 8th Ma.y, ..1i : ,_*bt. ve t^. s.a u Tw.ida y e]~i~bng last a Publio scription The Mail Steamer Flamborough, Captain Whitn ; a view to its eventual absorption. JereWll p0- M -^ A_ . o ,-
where the Register pfI, .e It. ; gT 'wa W:ive ht-lbhia.fIown,-at the Masonic Hall, hurst, arrived athdr wharf, in this Town, at abour bay o t permanent military occupation.of so m .h....fnI Him fon Iarish, en the 5th instant,
which wasaittendeil by Vice Admiral SirF. Leopold 6 o'loldck on Sunday. rateglcal.pplnts. ,h ....WIFE of Mr. Dudley Hols, of a D.AUGHTER.
Date W McClintock, Kt. F.R.S., Lady McClintock and Miss i We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst, Mr. |I A resolution abolishing the power of levying ..
1881 Dunlop, attended by the FlagLieutenant VanKough- Purser Brocklessly and Mr. G. W. Green, for files distress for rent for farms has been passed in the ARRBIED, on 31st March last, at the residence of
4 0_40 o = net, His Excellency Sir Robert Michael.Laffan, K. of New York papers of the 5th instant. British House of Commons. Columbia Streett,R.InKiar by the
General Remark9.,- (kf.G:, `R,., ,Gavernor,ah'doCmmana~rier-iz-hief, o ,t ISEM D4. k.L
Ma 'w General Eemarks.*iM.G;,'.E.., Goernor~ahd/Comimapaer..3n-Ohief,i -vhe Consuail of the Ufiited States at St. Joh s EHlT. an, Th.oKuMEheoiedermsdat
way '"L Ylffa'n;4isslaffan;andMissCaripenterat- DISASTER TO A BRITISH SLOOP-OF-WAR' N.F., has informed the Dpartment of State that oA s.
Noon tended by CaptaiuCarpenter, A.D.C., Officers of the Blown up-Great Lo of Life. .he overdo eneundlani. itsnUued' heD,-atNeE emrkeshr ,
_=_ ,_=,_ .... ---.avyr, Officelrs of tb&7Venous Uranehles of-ffie ser- _. .
2 .... -46 63- 30"16010-35 F ivice and a number ofl Ame a nd Cnadano LONDON, May 3.-Te Admiralty has received notice that all vessels arriving from the United raplega, on Easter D, Y,-thbeloIi
ss u 736 0JS 0 00 ne Ladiea anda Gelmen at. ,, .....T ;n aelegram from Montevideo stating hat the Bntish n States are to be placed at quarantine. Does not h r-ms a on^ Cob d-
3 73.7. ..... ..aies a n d -G e tle en...pese t s jou rn in g. in dau g h ter"f M r" saow ne.A e a ged XB u ie
46.40 0 F-ine these Islands-Dancin commenced a t 8.30 ,m war sS0op Doterel was blown up on the 26th of say why. aKna fGree rgeA e a ed35 r. Buried
5 s 46967 30-080 s0-Il00 ];""nee, l t a nds.-Da.nci..., The peasant in the Baltic provinces of Russia at Knsal Green Cemetery, 29t April,1
5 SE 69 67 30"080*'00 Fine, cloudy and was continued with great spirit up to an early April at Sandy Point, in the Strait of Magellan, and e peasants in the al p ......... in this towneo the 7th inst.1
^ 66-2950 60 Cloudy, sw for rain hour.the regular Programme numbered eighteen totally destroyed. The cause of the catastrophe is are agitating for the absolute ownership of the ZABT the belovedwife of Mr. Arch l
8 N 4 2968091 Cloudy, squally dances. The music was supplied by. th Stri ot known. Lieutenant Stokes remains atthe scene land, and some of them refuse to swear allegiance in her 33rd year; leaving husband,ree
467 67 29 77008 Fine Band of the 86th Regiment, under theadership of ohedisaster to ascertain the cause of the explosion to the Czar. and a large circle of relatives and friends tomourn
JOSEPHUS PERTNCHIEF. F. S. R. Brown, Band Master, placed at the disposal wothnte assistance of divers. The commander, pay- I lu h Ho e eo4omma neo.4th May*. e-bit th-das. -- ---.... ...... -,.--,S,
11111111 94_.. a .,-- '' he lt y inr-orLt.CoD Aais masteir- a -engineer, a caulker,- a carpenter, and for closing of liquor stores in Wales on Sundays *., at Southampton Parish, on the 28th April
anis for closing of liquor stores in W ales on Sundays ........ n
sevo n seaman were saved. y- 8th Aof Hnl~
- ( *arrival were reaeiredby Mrs. Rees, M rs., H. y Mr. Gladstone spoke in favor of the bill. -
I Trimintham Mr. 8. Brownlow Gra aTnd Mrs has attended the disaster. The Doteral regis- ...... At Bird-feld.G Cottage, Warwick, on the 2nd
--- 0 -. t Go ling. The de' .aions wee a- r and tered 1,137 tone, and had 900 horsepower engines, It is stated that Mr. Bradlaugh 'will again enter nst., after a brief iljtlness, borne with Chriateh
m m tde o 1s t. dooran w s o th Hall were ir. The.exploion occurred in the forward aga.inh the House of Commons and demand that he bhe slgnation to the Pvno Will, ERm JAn, th
S^ -. l Snf tS "f u at ten -'lock im the morning, It is supposed that sworn if the bill for the amendment of the Parlia- reiftebilor frheameTudmer, agedfthe 40 yaP
J"hung with lace urtais, the cornices being of natu ... the boiler burst and exploded the magazine. The m tiry Oaths act is considerably delayed.. The ng*'brereoved- husbAnd,4gons, da t a
~~~~~~~ral flowers tastefully arranged. The wall. at the .. ...1. ^ etayOtsat _Y'..Y i numerba, crcle, re.lttimisaoi .,a.-._-...-, -


A> S upper erit of ] ight
QorColulmns accompanies this
issue of the ROYAL GAZETTE. It contains
full particulars of the proceedings of the
Civil Session of the Court of General Assize;
Proceedings of the 5th Annual -General Meet-
ing of the Bermuda Church Society; and a
great variety of other interesting patter.

F, Z 0) cm

List open at Store of the Undersigd.
'9Mk. '
NA THA NIEL VESEY,
S-3p Deivonshire,


bill is not likely to pass quickly, as the House is their very greatrlogs. ,a an ament
much pressed with other affairs. :, ,
RACING AT NEWMARKET.-On the 4th the raMee i VICE CONSUL AT ...
for the 200 guinea stake was won by' the Duke A Tb OF ANCi
of Westminster's brown colt Peregrine; Moquois iamiton, Bermuda, May 4, 1881.
second; Don Fulans third. .... *
Icebergs of considerable height were fallen in M ONEY W A T'
with on the Banks of Newfoundland lately by the i J-1.:.J2J ', -
Steamer Donau arrived at New York. '... '* .. .
.-_-- ENDERS will be received at Y OFFICE
THE CZARINA'S PERIL. intil o'clock noon, of ,i
LONDON, April 25.-Despatches from St. Peters 4 I ':
burg say that there are grave rumors relating to V nL n A :
the health of the Empress. Ever since the assassin- I ".,. I '. 4YI -- .
action she has been seriously ill, suffering from severe r The 1Jth Instant, :. ./
hysteric attacks, which cause the greatest apprehen- Froa Persons willing to furnishuthe sum of0 "
sion. She received lettersfrom the revolutionary "s of ''e r ,
committee threating her with death of the most 3il|l. f : ,*. -.
horrible description should Sophie Peroffsky and "U 8 ./ ";- *.
Hessy Helfmann, the two women implicated in the i Or so much thereof- as may Ie requied by"-
assassination, be executed. She .made the most Disbursements Accounts; the same tbe6 '
strenuous exertions to obtain their pardon and re- ured on Bottomry ban4 Respond ntia o,- '
ceived a promise to that effect. She did not dis- Hull &c. of the tT-. ,
P .- ~ 111 &c ,;o t e .... .*- .- .. .
cover the deceptive character of this promise until I 1 1 : .... ..... ;
after the execution of Perorffsky, and -the6 discovery French 6arumer O St "
threwher into a violent paroxysm. Captain Durand 86t)
o I. ence to Baltimore,, whlc% mo
There are Bills before the Houseof Assembly of .......1 -.. .ney Is, .t.pq
Barbados for the purpose of enabling g the C ny to disbU.rde the expenses, repairs,, ,,f- the
to enter the International Postal Union, and for the said Steamner at these Isla4ds.,
collection of a duty upon rum made in the Island. I : ]DON'A.LD M'PTT' T L l"I
S The want of water for both man and beast," j Vice "onsul or r...n' ""
was, up to the 5th April, sorely felt at Barbados. 'i e ons or Fr at Bermtidt
On the 6th April, there was double the quantity ./- '
of produce shipped to date than at same time last | uda IU. n ,l ." :
year. t |
At Demerara on the 7th the drought was causing A LRoE ATTENDAc -of the menra :
much distress. The export of sugar for tb< k nAson A the above named O,,i- .memer l.-
t h e a b v e n a e d C u b i g U r g e nz tl y r e -:
had reached only 18,000 hhds. against 29,00.0 dur- quested at the TOWN WALL, TEA.Lo, ,
ing the sam e tim e last year. T N .. A.
Accounts from Trinidad to the 9th report a To-moOrrow, ednesd
severe dronuht there causing considerable damage i 'eo a 'o ~ _. i
to crops. Afternoon at3 o'clock, punctually
"A SEAMEN'S REST."-We, .copy the following To make final arrangements a Y.oua."ubi "
from the Barbados Agricultural Reporter of the 29th 'privately cireulated among Mebea
March last. The Captain Kirkham therein alluded eA T--- .
to isa native of Bermuda: ER SE. J. :LA.Y,
A beginning bas been made towards supplying h onry. Secry., prq. te
Barbados with, what has long been regar-ed-as a ,. .gity Church- ottage,
great desideratum, "A Seamen's Rest." Through H. inamilton, May 10th, 1881,J .... :w
the energy, and we understand at the sole expense,
of Capt. Kirkham, Deputy Harbour Master, a room | ~. f I 0 1
has-been fixed up adjoining the Commercial Hall, N T j.L .. .. *
temporary berths have been placed, and newspapers,' ... ... ,
&c., for the accommodation of Sailors when they r]NDERS will be received b the Stafcri.. ,
are ashore, and a good many of them have already V- her until 6 o'clok-. m. sc
availed themselves of it." .. .. ,
The Test Sugar Suit-Verdict for the Imports Di-t TO-IOuOW V I 'J "
reacted by the'-'-
The counsel for S. & s u, the sugar im- For the Purehase oftiea-
porters, who sued the Government for .excessive a i" *C
duties paid on sugars imported, from Cuba in 1879, Bing ..' .
having no further evidence to introduce, Distrit *.
Attorney Woodford presented the case for the Gov ], : 'Of the Bark R'A' '" "
ernment...
Judge Wallace directed a verdict for the plaintiffs Cionsistin of about 760,000. -Stiperfical f
in the sum of $5,776. The Judge said that the TIMBER of Superior quality.;
Government officials have a right lo look beyond] Dimensiops jinoches, to 15 inches sau'arean. '
the apparent color, of sugars if the troe character of from 14 feet to 70 feet'liig.b.?
the sugar has been disguised. Inbhis opinion the 1 A ..wnafl.oi J-'." '! *.^'X-' '.[ :q
sugar does notbecome an article of commerce until b16'^e, ,iort6nr p .f the Cairgo is on
it has left the:dentrifugal. T.... o9 ,boaed "e
The. verdict was rendered on the ground that the Wreck k1 .thnl iarbour. .obouad tee.pt
sagars were colored in the vacunim pana before being, the higgqs.t or nilepmral wd apppr -rvi T
-put in the centrifugal, and before they became sU- E'" BxaTmt .p;.,
gars of commerce.-N. Y. Journal ofCommerce, "n JOS P .S : ,,t BR"l ,i" ;f
April 20. or *" ,- -'_ ,;' lser
.. ........ .. .' :St. Goe s Bermu ,ay' I0 188 .
SJamaica papers of 23rd ultimo, say that H.- .
M. Si Sparrowhawk has ben ordered Grnd ran" I '
Caymanas ana .is ikeL--! ,So be away. flota ) jPort''-' **ale -/*;"*
Rpyal for 2-3moilths. TNa Famjly inear it4 a n a g e,:
The story comes from Lov'.ngelos, California, pectaBle Young Woran as HOU,6IrMAI
that it has been fund that.graevmes, melons, Enqqire at theOfliceofthiSpapar,'
cumbgro and toatoet i af td oB faat eIt,. hiamiltotin, May0th, ]881.-a. p 1 "I
grow vigtrousIy ai 19xhri -itlykand yma. abfti- ..
dantly. The Mojave desert is thus made to blos- ,t
som as the rose.- -Will not someone try tlhe x- otc .* 'c.
periment in Bermuda;] r.. Ala : '""
r' Small Pox is stiHpti-klent a.PrtoP'.ata, some A eons .tg jut OIJitainS
few persons from Turks'.Island ,had fallen' -itim 0', thoe Undersigned, will gose reidsame
to the disease... N on or th / 25tnks a2&kand al- sa.hs'-:
QuABATUtAETAXALsTJ O THOMAs RAISD.- DEBTED will please make P Yv yu
The St. T omas Times of 13th-. April, says: "W e the a o ate. ..... ..' ..
are happy to announce to our readers that the "8JVR
Quarantine which was put on against aus, has been ,,_ B L
raised, and we are .once more in, fee aratiqu with 'rJ Road, St. George., i t "a,
the world. .... ay I t, 1881. l : .. c .


tr/ff^TQM HOUSE---HAlilILTON. head of the room -wfs hung with three floral victi tteepoinnme ih flesad]d
,Or-.- victim of the explosion number eight officers and 135
'/. ." 7--,x.- v,,. -head- of tho x-oomi was hung with three floral .m m ..m... ..,.. ...
S EtE. wreaths, a circle between two triangles, the natural menkilled. Three offices and fourteen others were
May 3-Barque Sir 6. IP. Seymour, Watlington Lon- flowers composingthem being most exquisitely saved'
don; goods 2r nr!rchants and government stores- arranged. The po0raitbf Her Majesty was placed .. ..... -"' .. ...
Agents, J. H..TRfminglant & Son' above fhe iroular Wreath with a suitable covering QUESTIONS JBEFORE PARLIAMENT.
4-Norwe 'n.SatqU'e Talis8man,- Johnson, Cardiff I of flowers. The Dancing Room was most brilliant- OPPOSITION TO THE BEACONSFIELD MEMOPRIAL-
9s coatfor ,.,goveenment .h Tut ke ly lighted. I'n addition to the centre candelabrum DILLON'$ ARREST OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED.
York; Mails and general ca ., W i r, number of oil gasaliers were suspended from the LONDON, May 4.-It is stated that Mr. Bradlaugh
Cox. -ii-'"( r r weelang, which, though heatmg the room, heightened wl again enter the House of Cmmons and demand
S 14EARED: the effect very much. The Verandah was canvass- that he be sworn if the bill for the amendment of
May'-Traif Stedmr Orinoco, Fraser, New York ed in for a promenade and. light refreshments, the.Parliamentary oaths act is considerably delayed.
1,324 barrels p6tatbes; 16,287 boxes onions, 12,79 which were served till midnight, when the Supper The bill is not likely to pass quickly, as the House
M BAmoteoe aind-76e-eeta" 10. hal- Room on the lower floor was thrown open, and a is much pressed with other affairs.
arrowroot, 1 cedar chest, 1 iron bu4y. substantial ,standing supper served in good style It is understood that the opponents of the Bea-
*6 Rebecfa, Spaulding, New York; 6,000 bokxs. by Mrs. Green of Stonehaven. The Gentlemen's consfeldmemorial have represented to Mr.Gladstone
dnKis, 50 bis potatoes, 1141 boxes tomatoes. .0 Cloak Room was on the lower Verandah, the La- that a vote on the measure ought to be postponed
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE dies Dressing Room adjoined the Supper Room. until'after the second reading of the Land bill. De-
..fioA, .,, ',* TIMED. xThe general attendance was large, on the whole bate on the Land bill is likely to confine throughout
,May 5-Sehr Azbid n-m-'-- c 37t 1 perhaps more gentlemen than mladies. The depar- next week. Some Conservatives believe that a post-
May.5- 2 32 b snox ... &.LauraJorgen"n...... 610, ture of the Orinoco inthe morning deprived the ponement of the memorial question is desired in ord-
potatoVs. .; 2a26boxs"o i .... s 8 .....s "n..... stewards, of any guests who would have -gladly er to give an opportunity to the Radical constituen-
7-Schr. S eft, otglass; B4aton; argo participate in this social re-union whic, altoge- eies to make a demonstration against it.
ofFlosrnce eters, 2( feet lumber 46 boxe onons, ther,mustbe classed among the successes of the i In the House of Commons to-day the Speaker
8 bqxea toaitoes, i i season. said he had received official notice from the Lord
PASSENGERS i Lieutenant of Ireland of the arrest of Mr. John Dil-
In the Mail Steamer 'Plaoo'ugh on Sunday last Bermuda Hunt Club. Ion, member of Parliament. Mr. Thomas P O'Con-
fromWN ewYork :-Mr. and Mrs. .V. H Granes, Mrs. --- nor Home Rule member for Galway borough, asked
James Atkins and Mr. T. J. Quterbridge.-2nd Cabin, At a General Meeting of the Bermuda Hunt several questions touching the abuse of authority.
Mr. G. W, Green, and one other. Club, held in the Town Hall, Hamilton, on Friday, Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, did not
In tr% 'I "S.en Oib6 foroew york on May 6th. There were present:- answer the questions. Mr. Healy, Home Rule mem-
Thurs 8 st.--Reva. S J*gleo om ] W ".- The Hbn. 'Eugenius Harvey (in the Chair,) the her for Wexford borough, gave notice of his inten-
Fawkes, R.N.,. H. M.'S. Northampton, Capt. R. A. Hon. Wm. Goslihg, T.F. J. Tucker, Esqr., M.C.P., tioun to move to add Mr. Dillon to the Committee of,
Horneman, Mr. and Mrs.'J. T.Jiams, Mr. andMrs. G. S. A. Harvey, Esqr., M.C.P., Lieut. H. Laffan, the Conservancy of Rivers. i
A.osM and MrW.H. Hghes and Miss Hug ;RE., Dr. Park B. Tucker, T. H. Outerbridge, A manifesto of the National Land League of
M Fames, Mrs. T' C. Hall, Mrs. Lewis,-Mlrs.and 'Esqr., C. E Clay, Esqr., Captain F. Carpenter, Great Britain touching the arrest of Mr. Dillon has
Miss Flagg, Mr. and Mra. Giddings and son, Mr. and 88th Regiment, Hon. Secy. been issued. It is signed by Mr. Justin McCarthy.
Mrs. Rswell Skes and son, r. and Mrs. Andrew T he accounts of the Club and those in connection It urges the IrishmenofGreat Britain to evict their
H. Swamlton, Mrs. WrigChubb and infant, Mrs. James, Mrs. with thelast Bermuda Hunt Races,were submitted landlords as they themselves have been evicted, and
S.ann.Swan, Miss A. E Chubbannd maida MsJ: W. Bueh-nd to the Meeting; the former showed a small credit to wreak vengeance at the polls on the apostates
annan, Miss A. E ucha Enan MissM eos aeen, balanceoof/t, thelatter a debit balance of 7/3. from Liberalism whom they helped to raise to pow-.
maid, Mvis inning, Miss E. ken ning,. isg -Green,
Miss McHenry, Miss Bessie Masters, Miss H. A. Leg- Both accounts on examination were found correct er.
gett, Miss A. E. Gautier,Miss Wakeman, Messrs. H. G, and passed. LONDON, May 5.-The Standard says: It has
Monks, M. McHenry. W. Parking; G. H. Hobson, Ru- Captain Crpenter hen tfendeed his resignation been ascertained that Mr. Gladstone is not disposed
fas Hatch and son, W. H. Beck t, W. J. Carolih, W., as Master of the 1Bermuda 1Hunt, as well as the to accede to a request from Mr. John Dillon for the
H.Young, Arthur Smith, W. -O. Bairdd, G. S. Ellard, Secretaryship to the Hunt arid Race Clubs. Chiltern Hundreds. Therefore it is probable that
R.S.Newbold, D. S. Nickerson, W. G. Dewitt, W. The Hon. Wx. GosLraN then proposed that the none will be made. It is probable that Mr. Thom.
SBrooks,' G. G. M Tutle, .D. D. Mangan, Junr. --, Meeting tender their thanks to CAPTAIN CARPEN- as Sexton, Home Rule member for Sligo County,
nd Cabin, SamuelGau .-Deck,'Antonia Joachin TE for the maz(y kind services he has rendered will be asked to go to Ireland to manage the land
Pauk, and arlesLmde.* .. during his termiof office, .and receive his resigna- agitation, in place of Mr Dillon."
InEliza Barss, Hollis, hence at New York on the 5tlh tion with sincere regret." The Naily News denounces as untrue the state-
IThs Ta A Pi ws 'aeb Seconded by S. A. HARVEy, Esqr., and carried, meat that the Irish members-will oppose the second
The T'. H.A.4. Pitt, was passed by the Flamborough" unanimously. "' I ; reading of fhe Land bill or abstain from voting.
on tle5 inst., aboat miless outside andy ook. It was then proposed by T. F. J. Tucker, Esqr aing ,f fh t
T D Ea ALFRED hieh was brought seconded by DR. P B. To R that MR. CHAS. Reign of Force an& Terror in Russia-A SoMbre
T H E B~ i k 1 A L F E D W hic w a b ro g ht E C LA'Y b e req u ested to tak e ov er -th e offi ice of -
into St. Gberes 'harbour on 6th April J"ast, by Pilot., Honorary Secretary to the Hunt Club' Mr. C1ay -Picture.
Pearman, we Ad the following in the London '" Stan- consente to tak vr the accou er &ci LonDoN, May 3. A dispatch from Berlin to the
Sdard;i o f ". belongingtetahek Iubth, untie ctnPbers,, th0 Timessays : While ,he Csr rremainse in retire-
The Alfred leff Liverpool foriPara, and on the voy- general meein, definitely elect a permanent ment at Gatsechina 4he iniplabiable enemies orf his
age out she waipartially dispasted. .From para she, sicnesxtg el nC nf Gover-nment are as dangerously busy as ever. Ru-
wont to Bnll River, and after, taking OB, board a cargo "^qt I'nAETE no.^.eotodrnfnltinhtoii
went to Bull phatqck left nfotrmout When onltc It was aso resolved that a Card be inserted ino rs and reports of daring operations by the Nibi-
a fw8 Arqctl'e Te wa' entered, and the oie t papers th ing :Landowners, and others for lists in disseminating manifestoes conveying warn-
mast shroud gave way, placinrgkthe astin danger of having permitted the memhers-of the Hunt to ride ang to the Czar continue to reach here. On
coming down. A cyclone was subsequently encounter- across their land during the past season; and Sunday last the Police of St. Petersburg were en-
ed, and the vessel on the 29ftho February sprang a offering to pay for Any damage done by them. gaged searching for mines near the Semenoffsky
leak. The men pumped 'for five days and nights, the ,All communications with reference to Huntmat- Bridge, though nothing seems to have been found.
; seas brkfg conintally overr? the yeasse-,-ifac ;fc o,a : te:r, are to be addressed to The social and Poelitical atmosphere of St. Peters-
frequently was the deck o, the essel full of water, that CHARLES E. CLAY, burg is growing thicker and thicker and is fraught
the hatches couldlnt be dae 4i1 ih order thWa ;the H o Se cy AR L Ee CLA with omens of another approaching storm.":'
cargo might be thrown overboard. At last several -r ony. Sey. pr6. tem. Bermuda Hunt Club Private letters received here describe the city as
of the crew entered the lazaretti and broke through Trinity:Church- Cottagei' Hamilton. like a glooy prison ouse were little Is ear of
the bu TkM MhT6"t1ro Tib1d,anhdini this manner jettison- .the outside'tv 4 (T and every body lives In oon-
ed about 100 tons oft argo. btwas therseen that-. On Saturd afternoon last a carriage .and .pair, a n .- -- -,Ty -. -f or
the ........- Ifg .,. .... On Satur ay afternoon last acarriag-e and pair, stant state of6painful suspense. The chief journals
s 10n3n a N ,islt bh ugu.. l. t logingin to the Honorable Eugenius Harvey, was still appear with mourning borders. ,
squc, .enough. W, ..i.s ..b.ed in t front 'Stret of IHamilton near the Club ST. PETERBBURG, May 3.-The dispatch of con-
q uick ly enough h W n & e b ,Vo us. .of 'e ". .. -'; ~ .. ,
condition, the Gwerman arqueLdopoff nde hov Houenethehisle teiAil steamer D- icts through Mseq)fw beria wi begia on thia
n sigol H.Ca K td h ten oA, th e hi 3'arth. *t'', lyinc g close to the wharf, not many paces dis-, 10th inst. The number to be deported is about *
: -- a_ ~tant, sharl sounf, causing the horses to start to 12,200. .
w -: -: ;" th Eastward, :a"Vlpn :opposite 'the 46or6.' Of OD Ma" ... -- .. .....
INTENDED DEEaRTRta0d 'HE ADMI- .t tw^ a quirn e .o^ LONDON, May 2.-A despatch 'from Constant.


Flagship the Northampton, on Thursday next for horses* cobnu~red their headlong course towards outoffonthe andsid~byT Trkish troopsar~ne ty
IHalfEaNDEx DB. po .e. o. ...T ,e Bg e foot of thesLane Mr. O. Whit an, ople Say :b .Ti erreat of the brlgads who een
,.Practie .. ddaya, last, and returnedon ofi the Roadt hm'n otsf Mrthe carnage were n.,c ... a Mr. r an bav ng .. ear.ali
e mFriday. e nd t V ing it postra he, poh snapped t s frd y her to stop, sank her. It is fed


H M.S ve r m" T-2) C ti G ane_ se in nury, we m Sharply ci tag A orw oin twad the a ;,
a* -doao f P, u A ,recently,.egrabndiongm415,000 ransom for him, was


ott.1. .ll lea with them as they slakened rwasi thr pace at the ris- baolff on the lanamed was seized last night by a gang


ig in the road just beyond Cliff Lodg; when he disguised men, ana Doased over a K I re until he
Flagship the Vorthamp on Thursday n ext for horses from hin buggy, ran and along t the horses ore that he would resigA u hrkis oi ue. King's contl-
Halifax.s ed l Wllas commenced a y their the of thads, and speaking kindly to them, they edition is baeved t'obe hopelesss" .



short 'i'o Isle. h attendance was were q soo qi"eted. Leaving them r n charge of some LoenDo, Mar 2.-A despatch to the Vienna.
T h e o 1 f ar n p~ia t 'n w en t o u t f o r T a 'r'g. t i 'e 'in bh s -B uIg g y ,_J ef i n h s V a ,y t o S t G oo r -l 's -,.w e p t m .an n e ,4 t h ,,. I .an d s an d oh a vi n g .. .. l ti m e '



Pranot so od asibi ted althougrfnte a hum- o esonsff.the Roa to his assistance, e returned to Pressefro ottinje announces that 6,000 Albani.
ber weernI ar-riton n sver- amioto seek the driver; wherswe learned that ianl at ed three tabors of Turkish troops on



al Ladfs orectthe aire, with thir pre ohn being injured, had crossed intheferry boat Saturday near riasrend. b The Turks were being
sence. T a lfce house Was materially hpro- ,oagetesi4e,>hoping to intercept the runaways. hardly pressed when Derviser Pacha arrived with
H. M. S. 11T9 nQos,..-(,12) Captain -0419 s:erious -i"p; ,.. )Y o ,ur..- "



ved andtheperformance gave immense satisfaction y alehor es,.-iwe are pleased teo Pearnget, camwer e ou r A teleaboms of troops andlway totally defeated the
Frida y se t aeveng that all idea thjured a wre so tracknetable that they were Albanians. The combKng was seized losses numight by a gang800
of playing was necessarily abk c andoned. It was used on their following ay. The carriage we fear in killed and wounded. hopeless."
shblowirt come b.ge and thed rain ureds in is. irreparable. Lavingth in rge of Som LODONMay 2 Ades atch to the Vienna._


torrenfa csan ., Satlurday zdght waq calma4nd i Mrs. Harvey and Miss Titoker, who came to' rp rTTTTw xrDT ri
moon d .tpcustomed rea success :atte- Hamilton in the carriage were, fortunately, not in .. U N...AN .AMPA-.N.
ded th neamietd The House was crowded, iit at the time, otherwise,. we AiuchTear .the con- ;Lono, May 4.-The Prime Minister of Tunin
notevery so ai' asbein filled lont egorhe ae e d-time. pato sequences weouldhave -heru e eor both on leaning of the Frenc h tupation of Biserta,ani
comm ce.Lad ites'werh o to seek the diver;- wherehe learned that"ns atacThe hese ladies. summoned three tabor s of Turkish to a con
al Lafpieces represented were the Operewitta of The Swiss pre"When the hoeing injured, had crossinthe top of their ference, and they.afterward Thproceed to Kpreuan
Cottage, TuA tlp aedy .of anter aie, as speedot,e ,,roadp og n the north shore of Pageways. with the hardly pressed when Dervachig a holy war. Signed wth
ed and the w erformance avLisett, san s the pretty spark- a, Jhady in horses carrage coming to leHamrni tonwer an tao t of the Italian Contlate,



ling miusic with 'great taste arid' effect." acting? the danger which menaced her, quickly got out, .went onethe 29tl iUlt., to the camip of Ali Bey on a
with archness andrural simplicity. Watty as Natz crossed a wall and still holding the reins, brought 'seret mission. He returned on the $nd inst., and .
kept the auionce iB-ag tinualrorand-Rider's her horse lie to,i wall, and. by this presence held a conference with r the Tunisian General Bak-h
Fracting as Cor-hlAt anevening that all ideast- of mind d oso tra tablotha herself and car- y were Albanians. The Tunisian police closely watch Tainumbered Bey,800
el ofplaying was necessarily abandoned. It wimid asse riage from injury. brothehearr w far f the Bey o Tunis, whose French sympa-.
blothe Swiss .epm nd at The urcose It is to be hopedthat the owners of the Mail thies are well known. Several Sheikhs who were
torren gy.e Sgtutrd~ay nIII waqoalm and f Mrs. Aarv'ey 'and 'Mis- Thoker, who came to .'m~r~TvA=aaDT.X
moonlt dtl, &Ohaustomhedgiehtszb.ess~atiqn- Hamiltonlin'th~ecarriage werei fortunately, notin' _'. ... .




detuing of the Tripologue W.TheIausewat, pictureowded,i steamer Dispatch" erwise,,ll adowetuh'es startling, preaching a holy war havee been arrested andis,
and very Ca preopriatn "el Song s, Duets, ie t equally efficient, h eae furious to one puor both on learning of the Frency-has reupatoned to thert,




throughout |f||te|flre elv|(f'ou sl~e.of the intended departure "o their very useful ;Bardo Palace, believing -That hie is unsafe in his
commred. Adue gi Peajority.n ie' oiessel, than: thatdies.at present in use. summoned the principvre. igiod bodies to a con*
Watty in characpresenter, entitled Op tt" ttJacob Strauhewiss" hen the hor ie ** The Principa l opnd theyaterwardpoe French Troopuan




was ashtesih'and noel as it was pathetically beaux- ; We understand that R. Gr o. Hamilton, Esqr., 'in the Kroumir territory, as described by English
Cotiful. The Troupe were indfnst remain to play Accountant Genera o( the Navy t about to visit a French spectral dispatcdes, are the destructionor





an extra evening last nignhMonday, .their Pa- Bermudas of crops and huts and the looting of whatever pro-
trons promising ttgiveshem a big reception as a .a i 'r r perty is leozz the Kragoman of the Italian Conmostly ed,
farewell bereit to the charming Fannie who, with t gt Price'of Beruda Produce in the Neu w York to mountains taking their cattle. There is no
ther ushal tactand ability, has made many con. Market on May 5: st dghting but an occasional exchange of shots at longA





quests in the iay .of friends and admirers of her Potatoes..................$8 to $9-Choice $9 to $10 range with the r ew Kroumits who are courageous
artistic merit and cultivated vocalization. We Onions ..................$1 togll12c enoughl to try to ambush foraging parties.' Ac-
perceive by advesgrmemnt bn another column that Tomatoes.................70 to 90e -Choice and ripe $1 counts from Tunisian sources represent that the
in accordance their promise, The Wallack Tripo- -- i French troops are behaving with extreme ruthless-
logue will reappear next Thursday night, 12th insfc.,; GRAPE VCEs.---A few pots of splendid Grape ness. The French Officers deny. this, and. it is not
at the Mechanica' Hall, with an entirely .new pro- plants, of the -Lefroy description, are offered for confirmed from independent sources. ;
gramme, pftha Tri oloof' admission that will not sale, as will be noticed in reference to our adver- I The Paris correspondent of the Daily News says
debar any class oficty from visiting their excel- tising column today. 'The Grapes from th e u i s brought to noThing B hill be done to force on
lent, ai us.ugKy' i luiY enlightening and ver- froy Vines have bea n pronounced, by' competent Tunin a French civil or military administration.
satileEnthrtiaunerentit L Srudges the finest ever growing t"ee landp. The object of the French protectorate will be rot


,


ig The Band of the 86th Regiment will play .. "T '] 'r,, ,
on the Cricket Ground, this aff.er on instead of on .- o -i .
the Happy Va 4Uy Lw nIaJBoundt .- .*
.f 'iijj *' rnH' E a o r ,, ,-_ ,, i *'".
..., 8, O /5 WJl .r|v 4
The 27th Company Royal Engineers, have been hEeL hE _:' ,b N a i"l" .... r,^
placed under orders to return to England about u, ere ftm Nassau, direct for,'< A ,.
24th instant via Halifax. houtc the, 25th ptint. Partie s wiphin6 t'td
--_ 'ship ONIONS by her will please call-aa-sen-
ONioNs STEnoe.-On the departure of the "Oris- .gage Freight as, th space reserve is timited. 6 L
oco for New York on Thursday last, how absurd AM T: A A r .
for Shed-men to be explaiming,.* iols- weak." May 2, 3 .; -, --'..- .. .
Can your rfos. deceive you? Are you on the right y p .:. ,..
scent, or do you smell a rat -: .t .


^ .NO TICE. s.
H I;-- EUndersigned.. eo0ntemplate
Making A CHANGE IN THEIR B(TI- -
NES.S whith wilFnieeessithte the CLOSINg} O '
TH EIR BOOKS under date ofMay 3lst, 1881.
Therefore alil just Claims against us inus, Pe "
rendered by that date for Payment, and all Per-
sons Indebted to us are required to p.y tJ.,ir
respective amounts not later than Mayl3t, .,"f
1881.
Whatever balancess are left .Unpaid by that
date will bo handed over to our AttorrieyiUtr
collection ;-\ ..
S" J. T. DJ1RRELL 4 O
S]amiltodh, ,Bermuda, -5., :* d" i
May 3, 1881. t p








-BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETrt'I


4,( ~ 6 *'.
'S ~ ~ ~


Y PUBLIC A CTI ONx,
.W SR TZE SIG s 0=1SD).
At 12 o'clock, M.,
On Thursday next,
12th Instant,
i 0 EXTRA Family HAMS
.-30 Tubs Family BUTTER
10 Half st Fpi L BrAakfastTEA
10 lOfastuWAto'dba nTEA "'
80 Boxes Superior' CIGAS
500 Oglean DTmajia 0tPOANMT ,
5 B%. ot BrD "
10 Dmnus Hake PISH
60 G0oss Cotib MATCHES
10 Boxes Fhmily SOAP
10,000 Toniato LAtTHS
10 Tins Extra Family LARD
1 Cask CUIRANT8 *'
100Q Lbs. Jamaica COFFEE-
10,000 assorted sizes Spruce SCANTLING
5,000 2 Inch Spruce PLANK
5,000 4 Feet Spruce PICKETS
1 Piece Blue SERGE
BOY'S TWE ~ THING
M U^ ^ ]tph ClOLOTHUG
1C GOODS
1 1Ysf enh's and-Ladies' HATS

A f 6CAl', r e
TesA\i' 'bn, '1 tely rcftted*it neW'
wheels and underworks
d, mapye other Goods that will appear 'at
-,. R W WALKER & CO.,
... :, ,,- Auctioneers..

rwape Viwnses ,
t"'itFOR SALE.
DpI&pNl .a~riV g 4rigage8i PlAnts of the
E '.eT)rry Grape, or aty, Perspn desirous of
obttlitti n et, wil' please callui~.te 8, eithere.


..R. SAMU11EL A. M ASTEH8,
O3~ '~~ Hamilton.
VW-1 I 1l"Y,
1 ,rvntor 6/. each fo A .f
May W,18l I -~'



&~~St~Cokiwir; and- Wh it4) AU-

Cnuiwkg&htS U tM I U a f


BaWV 1 ,.0



Harniutoo,may" 10, 1881.




HAVING' RtIEI'VED; I-N-STRUCTdIONS


9~~'foay Ct~etN,et York,
To Belieand Forward C~onslignments- to, them
free of cm)* ~4J11!4 rI-;46 r't-~q
at MOW* A*'*ii'e. villbe rdfurtfrea-rr"


For Benefit of all whom
Concern.


I have been
G.


directed by
F. Leavitt,


it may Marshal's


Captain I


AT PUBLICc AUCTION,


The 13th Instant,
AT PENNO'S WHARF,
At 12 o'clock, noon,


MASTS, SPARS, SAILS,
RIGGING,
And all the MATERIALS of the
AM. BARK "CASCO,"
Under his command; which Vessel put into
this Port in distress on a voyage from Phil-
adelphiabound to Cardenas and abandoned on
Survey and Estimate.
The above Vessel was only remetalled and
overhauled previous to the present voyage and
is therefore worthy the attention of Specula-
tors.
R. E. N. BOGGS,
Auctioneer.
St.. George's, 3rd May, 1881.


For Benefit of Owners, Underwri-
ters and all Concerned.
I am Instructed by Capt. Mountfort,
TO SEL L,
At Public Auction,
On Saturday next,
14tl| instant, at neon,



And MATERIALS.
Of Bark FLRENCE PETERS,"
Of 347 Tons Register, as she now lies in the
Harbor of St. George's. ,
The above Vessel is built of Oak and Hard
Wood, is Copper and Iron fastened and was
remetalled two years ago.
ROBT. E. N. BOGGS,
Auctioneer.
St. George's, 9th May, 1881.
.Colonist" copy.

Great Bargains at the


To-day F". every day this week',
I, Mep's, Youths and Boy's ,..;-


ALSO,
.]en's ElAttie Side BOOTS (new) at pair -
Men's Lace up BOOTS (new) at 10/6 .
Ladies Lace,. Elastic and Biutton.BOOTS now
reduced to 4/6 per pair
Men's UniveraIl Rush HATS at 6d. h..
Men's Rush. ETS, at 3d. each ". .-
TI- E EMI 'O nStreet.M
-- .7- FBront Street.


Cash Payments. 9th May, 1881 1- ,
To purchase 4t gh the 'Salt Salt
Season all kin of E-c
Hoping our mlter I ing fri will --
favor us wit c bI disposing their rTpH" Undersigned offers for Sale from the
produce. -1 ;:.-. Shed of.Messrs. Trott & Cox, on Wash-
STENCIL ATEfturnbishedA or r. ington's Wharf,
B. WAL K CO., 1000 Bushels Salt,
Hamilton, March 14, Fr et. Landed Ex. Schr. ".MJViriam,l"
I, Ir 4, p- -, F. Prom Turks' Island, at 10d per Bushel, in lots
11 30d0 Olt .of ilushels or more.
e'hT 'The Salt is ready for delivery and
rmer o must be removed not later than the 14th inst.
"" pe ped : .. J.T. DARRELL & CO.
T "forfwafd onsignments of .lamilton, May 9, 1881.-1

V"I AwPRODUCE Money to Loan,
o On Bond and Mortgage of Town
Messrs. B. P.Fi.OM S a& Co., or Country Property.
95~StAY 'N, IEEE, TN^ YORKE-"- ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
And will ido urlhalse' 6 IRODUCE'at full 7th May, 1881.-i pd
Caasl'RMt"ifr6oughoift the Season. "
T THOS. W WA DSON, Notice to Shippers.
Hamilto .Kr WlRbSt4'J8iC-3p t(f
rHE ',Undersigned having been appointed'
ion l..- .... AGENT at Bermuda by IOBERT G.


TV CJW VJV.LJ ..
1,000 Customers this week- at the;
Emporiuma.-
May 9, 1881.-4 -

"For Sale,
A SU&FtIGAOl RtK AND GENElIAI.
PURPOSE


A Go0d Roadster,
AND
A, Dray & Harness,
ALSO,
OilvStrbss, Lahttps and Lanterns
Wr appig paper,.
Neck l jli-4i,,Lmp8 Tinware, &c., &c.
Jy EBENEZER BELL,.
No. 1, West Front St.
Hamilton, May 9, 1881.-3 pd


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.
J:VaTH.IIEL VESEY.
At R. COOPER'S,
61 FRONT STREET.
J[a.milton, Feby. let, 1881.-3p tf


For Sale,
SHouse and Lot
Situated on East Broadway, just East of Ord-
nance Store Department, in this Town, now
oc4cpied by Mr. C. W. Gauntlett as a Saddlery
Stoie.
The premises now Rent for 24 per annum,
one hundred pounds of purchase money may
, remainn on interest. -
2B. W. WALKER 4. CO.
Hamilton, May 9, 1881.-2 3p


Sale.


TO BE SOLD,
BY ?PUBI AUCTION,
UPON THE PREMISES, IN SANDY'S
PARISH, at 12 o'clock,
ON WEDNESDAY,
The 25th day of.May, instant,
Under and by virtue of a Writ of.Execution is-
sued from the Court of General Assize at
suit of JOHN FOWLE BURROWS vs, A.L-
RERT COLmBUU LAMBERT,
THE UNDERMENTIONED

Vizt:


New York .MVail Steamer. "

The Steamer *
Flamborough,
Captain WHITE IIUR S'PT,
Will leave Hamilton at 4 p.m.

THURSDAY,
The I n'y,
FOR NEW.YJ'i6r,
To leave, thence for return~on tjhe
19th May.
Freight, Parcels and Ist i on Freight wUl,
be. received:until 64 p.w. lui-: k']fy,. unless the
Vessel is' pet,'ouslv filed. "


I "-,u 0 I qg-rr


BE1ThMUD. Alias
SOMERB' ISLANDS,
[L.S.14. SIR T'3171
It. II jfgb.L K E., ff-

Govern*j~(
mand4~At~'fto


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ABOUT 60 Rods of ONIONS, now under Bills-of Lading will be signed until 10 am. t
Growth 12th May. i
20 Rods POTATOES Passenger Stage will be removed at 3-30 p.m.
2 PIGS 1 COW 12th May.
1 HORSE 1DRAY TROTT T COr (
1 Cart Harness i
I Centre Table 1 Sofa B 8 Chairs Agents.
17 Pictures I Side Board 2 mall Trays lIa_ toa Bermuda, May 10, 1881.
1 Lamp 1 Weather Glass 1 Decanter -
1 Glass Dish 1 Bedstead Colonit" once. -
1 Hair Mattress 1 Feather Bed 2 Quilts -
3 Blankets 4 Pillows 1-Crib COLONIAL POST OFFICE,-
1 Dressing Table 1 Looking Glass ,. Hamilton, 29th April, 1881.
1 Trunk .1 Basin Stand 1 Candlestick /(N and after the 1st of MTy, LVETTERS
1 Rocking Chair 1 other Bedstead &b., rdeeived b'y the-Morning's Mail tfrQmn,
1 Bed & Blanket 1 Quilt, Bolster and Crib Ireland Island, will be delivered, throughoutt,
1 Leather Chest Hat ,Rack :the Towa of Hanilton, immediately after their
3 Pictures Chair and Trunk recei. '- .
2 Large Tables 1 Cupboard AUBREY G. BUTTERFIELD,'
3 Benches 1 Kettle and Frying Pan .12 83 a. uP.M.
1 Large Pot 1 Bucket
5 Baking Tins 1 Strainer T" "'1 h
2 Sets Carriage Harness 1 iding Saddle HJaern ( d Lluunt Club.
1 Bridle 1 Lamp Hanger .
3 Large Dishes 13 Large Plates HE Members of the above-named Club
12 Small Plates 2 Clocks desire to thafn the'-LADOWW1E "R
2 doz. tins Sardines 6 Cases Lobster AND OTHER& who have kindly permxitt.d "
- 6 Bottles Ale 1 Basket Toys them to "ride over their Land during the,.past
3 Boxes Segars 3 doz Lemonade 1 Freezer Season; aid th6y, will willingly _make good ]
1 Fiddle 1 anjo I.Gu 1,Pistol, any daage tha niay,'1.e beeA.done.., .
2 Sugar Phumt Botfles' aA L do .
1 Lamp and Hanger 4 Benches 2 Tables CHARLES E.:,CLAY
10 Empty Batrels, &o. n. Sec, pro. tm.
SJ. H. TROTT, May,' th, 188
May 9th, 1881. P.M.G. "Colonist, please oppy once.
.* ';^ 'i\*


Notice. .J No tip ".i ,
TGo G "-Wei anpO-s hns

Wanted about 6,000 ,OF ,BEBMUA PRiBUE' I

I I consequence oT'the gre increase in our
S- shipments of Produce to New York since
Principally 12 inch. the season of 1874, we deem it necessary to give
S.i. .. ootice, that we are ready to give& our personal'
Parties wishing to furnish the same tca n attention as usual to all Shipmepts of Bermuda
all necessary information on application to the .'rod uce for New York made through us, but
Undersigned. without being responsible for the net proc eds
ROLLIN J. TUCKER.I until paid to our-Order it New York, which ,ill
St. George's, May 9th, 1881.-3 be given tO thr'New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a'shipment'.
"Colonist" copy. When necessary to order Specie in return for
....t-..a any shipmentit will be insured at the expense of
~pe "" -)mrm'l," ? the Owners interested, and owners will clearly.
]a understand that all the dangers of transport are
borne by them. -
Ha mnfon, rmudw, :;0" ..
SApril 19, 1881. to 0h June, 3p
priO JuWie,


.A ilAdT S


A Choice assortment of


Summer HATS
Just Opened,
Also, an assortment of Ladies, Gent's and
"Children's

i^ Boots' & Shoes,
FLOWER SER:DS.
G. H. ROBISOIY.,
45 Front Street, Hamilton,
19th May, 1881, .
NOTICE TO GROWERS AND
OWNERS OF
BE RM UDA.P 0 DU CE
rTHE Undersigned wirtgive their Personal at-
Stention. to the forwarding of BERMUDA-
PRODUCE to the Consignmet f
.lessrs. .Johi Vix s Co.,
OF. NEW YOR1K,-- ..
During the coming Crop season.
All charges for Cost opf lieniitdatie for ,ilt t
proceeds wit have to be'borne by the Owner.of
the Goods, "
.'The highest Market Rates will .beloibtained
and Account Sales returned promptly. .
'All Pacsos8 rad~Fci fJust be mtkeid *ith
the Initials and Surname in fall of the Owner
to comply with the new La ''
SJ. T. DARRELL & GO.
Hamiltan, Bermuda, 3. '
Feby. 21, 1881. 3m -

Bowni, De Winter &
Brown,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
And Dealers in
Bermuda Produce
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and 53 Fulton Row, .
West Washington Market, New York.
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York.
Consignments solicited. Prompt Sales and
Remittances.
Agents at Bermuda,
OUTERBRIDGE B ROS.,


W HJII3RA9 thlis iosent C-.*ONIALVAtLTA-
2"Crstan]s to Tliugday,
the Twffliih (in 4 have
thoughitiAfttrth'et' to dclc;j~eby
further $rorro --ue tlie'pai 0o Parljament
to FRIDAY, th;ndysevqnth day df May,
instant, of which asi well tb e lP"Jae3v
Legf ifvb l've1uncipIast~ *3tr b1
]lousebfb. A4ssernbly -,4e ~re 4 CLUI* 0~
take '1ioticQ and tpsrjthe spti



p.4 year
*oVe F M ~ajiesty S"R~jg.
"~4, ZPc Eeellenejj!s nnuzo4 4.4,01


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S. OFTJ E
WALU A K, TRIPOLOGUE,
Thursday night,
12th May, 1881.


Mechanic 1fail,
EXT HA NOVEL TIES,
And BReduced Admission to suit all
Admirers. ,
Reserved Chairs and Secured Seats at Child's
Jewellery Store '
ThreeD Shillings. ,
General Admission'-Two Shillings.
Gallery'--Ohie Shrilling.
... Curtai .rises at.

,To Commence Wit*h e Operetta,

Tba. d ttag.

OR.- *
Why don't she' Marry
Lisette-Fanniea :
:, .Natz-Watty' -- +
Max-Rider. -

FolioWed by nife inL er new
QuartroInstaiitaOhanges
BINOZINI.0 "
TEie ightingale's'Th1li -
The Merry Sailor Lad,
The, Ghi6ken bt' aid rmy
Pretty Red R6se. =
Watty and Rider in their various,
Specialties.


,' : ,\-. .w : by
To Concuide with. by
Request


particular


Reid St., Hamilton. The Irish Heiress.


COLONIA'r $ECRETARY'A OFICE,
S o... I -:'.
[TI&.zXCxLttCY wAJORB-NBERAL
-SIR ROBERT M. LAF-FNt"R. E., K.
). M.'G., has received information from thW
light' Honorable the EJL, O" OE KIlJRliY
ler Majesty's PrincipalSecretay' of St
he Colonies, that, Hr iest- ,fs>graciously
confirmed and edli dcd e A of the Legis-
atiare, of Bermuda No. 17 of 1880; enj.edd'! :
'Anm Act to. authorize and provide f6r,,tht
ivbtwion ef t Pablic Road ovt" Prospect Hill." ,
.Z? y pis Exi:!tcney Ctnommad, I .. i "-
:;-,R.- .R. E.-WEBST.I,'2';:2
Colonial Secretary..

ATLt1fU, CS! ATLANTICSfl
1TRfl AA,4NTICS will agaiiihava .hte honor -
aT)ppearng before the Public in Two .
Grand Dramatic and *l3Zfbsib :`*'"
ENTERTAINMiENTS
SOn' the Evenings of
T HU SDAYr&FIF'fDAy"V:
* The1'9th and 20th Instit, '
AT' T.E 'MASONICo HrALL,' S MBER.ET
Undet the Disfing n iguished'Ptrnage i .I
EAPTAltN.BARNARDISTON, Ri.W." -
In charge of Naval Establishments, &c. ,,
And priacipalO-FFIJERS of H. M. Naval
Yard, Bermuda. "
Funds in aid of a Benevolent purpose.
SPrice of AdmissiOn-Reserved 'Seats,' 2/,
Back Seats,, 1/.;. ,-' '
Tickets.may beobtained at Mr.'iW. B. Pial-'
ce's,i" Central House," Somerset, and at doors
on nights of Performances. ,
An Efficient Band will be in attendance.
Doors open at 7, p.m, Performance com-
mences' at '380 p.m. '
President, Wa Stowe.; Manager, E. G.Tuok--1
er; Tusical Dreotor,.S. B.. Trot;, Secretary,'o;
E. I). Wingood;. BScenie Artist, (Q. G. Symon=ds;
" Carriages at 10"0 p.m. -* "
-S.o *- VYA MEGINA,"o,,: ....y.,
Som erst, M ay 9, 18 l.-2 :: 'L .....


T[HF Undersigned willbe please
- forrard' oisigpnients of ,

P RODU CE
rxee of Charge, to the following Commission
SHouse m i Newv orkr,
Messis. JONES & LOUGH, ..
1 Messra. A. BENNETT & O.:,
S: W .I PEAdOCK, s.
Will al& purcharers for the Ctfsff) 'Produde of :i
gooqtaity:, ctr.fiily packed. '
.... .0HIp :. BUROW. S,<-
Hamilton, l ptAil a ,1881,-4,3p.

UNCLAIMED LETTERS-IN-- HE POST (_F-
; 9EH4 IILWT9N. :,h May, 1881.
:' W' Attrell, Regina Blackman,.,WAf lH,,II.a, .i'
Henry R Bean, Catheriqe E Bean, The oria..
Bro wi, BenjaminB13urgesa,..Joep p,/hoiap
Bean, 'Saphia Co6, F B hrpel, J ,T Vraiptoo,.,
Wm A Dubglaps, Elward kiion,, Jon, J avid ,,
Richd*J Dill, Thoinas H D kiosn, U. Uazejl, ir .
Frazei' Deshidla, Althea Dickinson, France ,.
Darrell,' J H Dill. Susan F Eve, arl F 9ancisco,
B6nj Fiubler, O, Freeman, Eleanor Gibbon4, Thos .
J"ayArd, Jolhn D Hughes, Win Hilp,Fauraniiss9
1ignac^o, .1.JoriB,) ,lavieu, Agrw~u~,?I~Ws, Win
James,! Emily Jones, o,arnelihisin.g, rs; J K .: ,.
Snedy,E'rank Lbid, .harles Latfhan, ichard Lang,
John Lottimnore; L-Irsa' Moore, A B Moshay, James
Nedhurst, iH Marks and Oo, MbKay, John Pack-
wood, W Pearman & Son, Charles Pearman, Thos
RlPayxnter, Joho W RiQhardaso, Isabella Robinson,
SOharles Richardson, Art Riaynor, FJancisco Robi",
son, W'T Robiison, Albeyt;,Robison, R J Rich .
ar ori, George Seymen r~ Apnna E Smith, Eljzibeth ,
, juNith, iar*uel iA Silva' learietta Sleed, VI{ilia .,
Simong, LtuoiiadJ SmithS T Siiaone, Sarah wap ,
Josephine Swan, David wan, James Stow, v anine ;
J Smith, Jose R Silva, John A Smith, Bienjn Simons,
R A Tti1ker' 'ArdeHla Trott,Julia Tuzo, Joseph
Trott,-Ann Virgin, John VTeCt, John Wildey, S
Weelman, W T Williams.
UNOLAI1fQIE'1ETJrEK0:tINTHE POST OF.
FIGE, ST. GEORGE'S,,1y 9, 1881.
l Barque A" TATcker, Joh in ltascome, Mrs M C
Brown, W Brown, Daniel Bean, Mrs Swan (Water
Street, G Swan, Lewis Walter Smith, Joseph Tole.
man, James Thomas, Solly Wiison.


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Feby. 28, 1881.-tf 3p.







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


DR. CLARK
JOHNSON'S










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au

i seases ever d
mAgue, m euma-S

Bliosn6s, Nevous Debility, etc.
*-m rA.j. *k--w- wr gwitA-. a, "_ I


-A,-8e BiaMjiu & UWX KIMWI ro an I April 5, 1881.-tf
O,000.000 Bottles I
0* OL sINCX 18so. I Lord Zetland has been trying a social experiment
ThA Syrup possesses Varied Proprti. on his estates in Scotland which has just ended in
It stimulates the t Ptyaa la the saiva, failure. He decided some time ago to make the
whie oavertsK w e ta~reh mad esuga orf the people on his land sober and harmless by removing
sen.WA- anW delleer in a it. te from them all temptations to drink. But the town
b .a.If" the mediesne as taken immedt. f Grangemouth is built on bis land, and contains
=fteve .iasnr the fermentataa of feed five thousand inhabitants; and when he proceeded
seet upon the iAver. to enforce his views he found that there was a
it Aets upon the kidme'ws.
it as latest the Bowelf. strong public feeling against him. The law he
It euriles the 1Blood contended was on bis side, for in his feu charters
It iromoetsheigesrtio. there was a restrictive clause which entitled him
s N url tr hens and Insgerates. to shut up public-houses. He accordingly sued the
iet pens the pores orf the dMmand adimee publicans on that ground and be lost his action.
leatsh Perespration* Carrying the action to the second division of the
blt neutralizes the hreditar l I, ison is the Court of Session, he submitted the new plea that
blood, which generates Scrofula. .Erysipetas, and all
mannerofakindiseasesandaiternamhumora "drunkenness had a prejudicial influence upon his
Thnrar nosprw red"it anu ,nd tenatls and fearss" It has been "repelled" be.
.god.a feeble, ares ly mbny requre i asen to i cause. It was decided, though he might reasonably
CATHARRA CURED. prohibit a piece of ground at the corner of his park
TARRA om being used as a public-house, "when one
DIsa SIs,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD dwelling is multiplied into a thousand and five
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have thousand people are Interested instead of one the
beep afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could individual interest disappears." Besides, It was
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD pointed out, he was not enforcing the restriction as
SYRUP. I was about to give it up because imme. fa right of property, but in the exercise of a bene.,
diately dertaktgs it made 'me dizzy and feel badly, violent despotism."
but on e6nrsullin a physician was informed that it I
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect' PERSONS DESIROUS OF
circulation and acting on the diseased matter in my SHIPPING
stomach, caused by the droppings of the catarrhal
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was S W ^
tranquilized, and the eatarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your To the Consignment of
invaluabiprmedy. .fiBg. l D! L3T0ON & 00.,
"Respectfully yours, NEW YORK,
J. H. SMALLWOOD, VWill please call upon the Undersigned who will
No. 319 West 10th at., New York City. render them every facility for so doing.
stIIEUNIATiSM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT. SA M L. A. MAST ERS.
Sza,-I give my testimony-with pleasure to the February 22, 1881.-t f
beneficial results of your BLOOD PURIFIER; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
maltim in my right knee, joint wollen twice the Jas A Ju. a
is, -of natural and very painful, a bottle of tho large s
size made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges- 64 and 48 Broad Avenue, West
Iin ha. improved so that I can eat anything within Washington Marker, New York.
reach. -*


P.F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City.
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PsaaY.sT., NEW YORK CITY.
DIrA SIn -Your justly celhbrat-d INDIAN
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GEORGE H. REYNOLDS.
Isaac Dahiman, Bull's Head, 24th at., (of DahI.
man, Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cured of
Dyspepsia and [ndigestion of many years' standing.
Henry Dahlman, of the eame firm, cured of Sore
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CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
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ai,.-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
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AIJCE REED.


The Uudorsigned will give his personal attention
to the forwarding of


To the Consignment of the above-named
Firm.
The highest market rates will be obtained and
Account .ales returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Season.
STENCIL PLATES furnished.
JAMES GALE,
9 West Front Street.
Ilamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 3m
.J IGH Prices killed Sapolio. PRIDE OF
S* TiHE KITCHEN has succeeded to the
business.

Chas. P. Woodworth &
Co.,
22 Fulton Street, New York.
(TON.It, NMENS OF PRODUCE solicited
a to above Address and Highest Market
G 3 -1 o- I'-


DYSPEPSIA. Ratesguaranteed. s pai in ermua or
DYSPEPSIA. New York at Shipper's option.
DIAR Si,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY The Uridersigned' will also be prepared to
RUP for Dyspepsia (fromanwhich I suffered for five purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea.-
years.,) with the happiest results. &on on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
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digest lood-theieby relieving me of those distress- iENC II P T furnished on application
ing pains experienced by dyspeptics after eating- to ..
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this quickly disappeared-on my continuing its use. No. 4 Front Street.
My dpreation ia now almost perfect, and I feel great- Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
ly beaaitsed.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN, *c T4.-
No. 338 West 3tnd st., New York City. te i lP lates.

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Dat 'Si,-&.-1 I take jita.mure in recommending Supplied at a b hut's notice.
your INDIAN UBOOD SYRUP as an invaluable Also,
remedy for Dyepepsia. My wif.' has been a suffer. Stencil INK and BRUSHIES.
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death would almost be a relief. to her. She was Reid Etreet.
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uf your INDIAN BLOOD SYK UP. Its effects I ndi
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is a snedacine that no household should be without Others.
P. YOUNG,
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warding of
BBBMsDA,June 28th,1880. B ERM UDA PRODUCE
DAR StIR,-This isto certify that I have found To the Copsignment of
ni, me good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than o
inv Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia Geo. W Spencer & Co.,
&,.d ludigestion. I would advise all that suffer from .,
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ULOOD SYRUPS. During the ensuing Season.
___, For Stencil Plates and all other information
please call or address
ISole Agent for Bermuda, OUTERKRIDGE BROS
JOHN A. FOX, OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
JOHN A. FOX, Reid St., Hamilton.
Water Street. St. Georres. February 28, 1881.-if


Outerbridge Bros.,
Importing and Forwarding
Commission Merchants,
REID STREET. HAMILTON.
Consignments made to first class Houses in
New Yoik, Philadelphia and London.
Full Market Iates paid for Produce through-
out the Season.
I Advances made on Consignments.
Hamilton, April 4th, 1881.-ti



THE U.)ERSIG.NED
Will give his personal attention to the forward-
Sting of
Bermuda Produce
TO THE NEW YORK MARKET
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
W. H. PENISTON.
46 & 47 Fr-,nt Street,
Hamilton.


''o


Growers and Ship-
pers of Bermuda Produce.


M. F. JUDGE,
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
BERMUDA PR0 DUCE,
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier,
West Washington Market.
AS the Season for S1ipping all kinds of BER-
MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
at hand, we again take the liberty of placing
our services at your disposal for the sale of any
consignments you may make to this market.
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(35) years is one of the best in our marekt and
it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
by enabling us to make prompt returns with
net proceeds.
We are sure after you have given us a trial
ou 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,
Yours Respectfully,
O'CONNOR & JUDGE.
New York, March 1st, 1881.
An Interesting surgical experiment was made
the other day by Dr. Banton, of Cleveland, Ohio,
who for some years have made engrafting a
subject of special study. From an account given
of the experiment by Dr. Banton to a reporter of
the Cleveland Herald.& seems he was so confident
a change of fingers between two persons could be
effected without difficulty that he determined to
make a trial. He aceordinglyarraned with Frank
and Augastus Filer, aged respectively twenty-five
and twenty-eight, for a considerable sum of money
to undergo the necessary operation. With the
help of his assistant, Dr. Banton, first amputated
the little finger of the hand of Augustus and then
the little finger of the hand of Frank, engrafting
the part amputated from one person to that of the
uther, putting four sutures In each. The fingers
were dressed and the men departed, with strict in-
junctions to say nothing about the matter and to
return on the following moaning to have their fin-
gers re-dressed. During the operation quite an
amusing Incident." as Dr. Banton termed it,
occurred. Mr. Frank Filer's finger, after being
amputated, was wrapped in a towel and placed on
the steam-heater. The assistant not noticing the
finger, used the towel, and when the finger was
wanted to place on tho stump of Aqgustue it could
not be found. Afteran an anxious search of a few
minutes it was discover* by Dr. Banton in a buck-
et, and a hearty laugh" was the only result of
what might have proved a awkward affair. The
entire operation was performed in less than a hour
without the aid of anmathetics or stimulents. Both
men, by latest accounts, are doing well. There was
a union of the parts and a partial circulation, giv- '
lang a normal appearance to the finger as far down
as the nail, twenty-four hours after the operation.
One of the men said he already felt sensation in
what had been his brother's finger. The cases, It is
reassuring to hear, were being watched by Dr.
Banton with the most careful attention.


GUION LINE.

United States JMail Steamers.

1FO1 LIFE1RPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK


EV iirY Ti3VAEBkY
-
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.
WISCONSIM sails Tuesday May 17,Iat8 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly ifr
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew.
ardesses. TheSaloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus secuting that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U.S.MailSteamer Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamersail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, March 24, 1881.


St. George's Hotel,

Ot. George's, Bermuda.

* *1. KeuIelly, Proprietor.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George'
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.
hDecember 20, 1880-4m.


NOTICE
TO FARAIERS 4. OTHERS.

'TIIE UNDERISIGNK I) i. now prepared as
usual to forward Consignments of


TO
l^ESS^S- T. . BOOz & co.,
185 Reade Street, New Yormk.
Orders will lie sent forward by next Steam-
er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
to meet the requirements of the law. Partiee
desiring same will please inform me on or befors
WEDNESDAY, 16th instant.
Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
charge.
ALOJNZO PENIS TO.N.
March 8th, 1881.-tf


From Liverpool.
England, Wed. Apl. 6
Egypt, 18
Helvetia, 20
Spain, 27
Italy, May 4
England, 11
Egypt, 18
Helvetia, 25
Spain, June 1
Italy, 8
LONDOf
From London.
Greece, Wed. April 20
Canada, Wed. May 11
Erin, Wed. 18
*Denmark, Wed. 25
The Queen,Wed. June 1
* France, Wed. June 8


To Liverpool.
Sat. April 23, 1 p.m.
0., 6 a.m.
May 7,11'80 a.m.
14, 3 p.m.
21,11-80a.m.
28, 3 p.m.
June 4, 10 a.m.
11, 8 p.m.
18, 10 a.m.
25,8 p.m.
N LINE.
To London.
Wed. May 11, 8 p.m.
June 1, 8 a.m.
8, 1"80 p.m.
15, 7-80 a.m.
22,2 p.m.


*The Steamers Denmark and France will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60) to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $1IO to $120 Liverpool.
$100 to $110 London.
Steerage passage $26.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York, 19th April, 1881.

For Sale,


Payable at end of present Crop Season.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, April 5, 1881.


W. H. Watlington,
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, &c., &e.;
Reid Street, near Queen's,
Hamilton, Bermuda,
Feby. 1, 1881.


Notice
To all who suffer from Headache.
D R. SCOTT'S
I ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
i Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
: Sole Agent.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf
A LIGHT HOUSE ON SAND CAY.
From the Turks' Islands Royal Standard, March 26.
The last mail from Jamaica has caused much
apprehension as to the future of these islands, occs.
signed by the Jamaica legislation in reference to
them. We have copied from the Gleaner a portion
of the discussion in their Legislature, which led to
the passing an Act No. 26 of 1881, imposing on us
the expense of 5,000 to Build a Light-house on
Sand Cay. The money to be advanced by bthe Ja-
maica Government, we paying the moderate interest
of 7 per cent. Besides it is generally believed that
after the Light-house is Luilt, we shall be expected
to pay a considerable subsidy to enable the Cunard
steamers to pass through our passage on their way
Northward from Jamaica. All this for the pur.
poses of a general commerce and the advantages at
amaica commerce. Of course, these ideas can
never be realized, but we shall be great sufferers
until our oppressors are C l6niiced of their futility.
It the people of these Islands only become a unit"
in their representations to Her Majesty's Secretary
of State for the Colonies, Mr. Secretary Walker's
assertion that they have petitioning on their brain"
will prove an unworthy and an unstatesman-like,
sarcasm. Let them be true and unwearied in their
representations.

Ice! Ice!I! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish


Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in lismiltin 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
and upwards.
A penny half-penny under 12 Ibs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March24th, 1879.
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FLEE T,
SPAIN. ITALY, DENMARK,
EGYPT, FRANCE, HOLLAND,
CANADA, ENGLAND, HELVETIA,
GREECE. THE QUEEN, ERIN.
PROPOSED SAILINGS,
(Subject to Change.)
LIVERPOOL LINE.


a- &


ris. sets.g

Tu 5 6 6 461-2
We 5 6 6 46 13
Th 5 5 6 47 14
Fri 5 4 6 48 85
Sat 5 06 49 16
A 5 3 6 4917
Mo 5 2 6 5018
*Full Moon 138 day,


Tide.


REMAftI8i


-6 54
6 42
7 30 Eng. Mil due,*
8 18
9 6 4th qftr aier.
96 h54 ntes
6 hour, 4 minutes wM.


TuJiBERMUDA ROTAL GAZTT pulled.
every Tuesday by DoxALD M'Pazz LXi,
Printer to the. Queens Most Excellent
Majesty, ( U /
AT HIS OFFICE,
N'orth.west Cornerof 'Reid and Burnaby 6Streets,
Hamilton. ,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.,-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gaselet
Mears. Gzeftog BoitZ & SON, West End.
Water Stree. -


I Theodore Outerbridge,
D. V.S., "
VETERINARY SUR6EOM1
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamnilton,
adjoining Army Pay Offlce.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to.6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY.
Office at Mr. George Sparlings, Market Sqfare.
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.




SPECIALNOTICE.,

Direct Mionthly Steam Communi-
cation between

Bermuda &London

ST EAMERS leave London the last Thtur'ay
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every doe-
cription of Goods for shipment by these Lteam
er. -
Highest Market Rates secured for ceaeign.
meats of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
R. P. ATKIN8 & CO..
Agents for Steamers, Hamiltop.
June 6, 1880.-12 m

For Reut .

aA HOtUSE
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply t4
HENRY A,.JIAXS.
Corner Front St. and 'banoryLaue.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
Shoemaking is one oofthe great Industries of dil6a.
go, and some curious facts about this owepatfoawimB
given In one of the American papers. Theali;dbet
of persons employed in making shoes in Chltago It,
about 2,800, Including those employed jn $q 70:.
stores and small shops. About 1,500 person a,
employed in large factories where the work is, per
formed on the top floors, with perfect and in most
cases no ventilationwhatever. The wages paid do
not average one dollar for the whole yar. of 866
days. Female and child labour is largely employed
and there is a constantly increasing demand for It
as It Is cheap. N, apprentice are needed or taken.
The.sub.divisionaiof labour have destroyed the de-
mand for skill that requires long tudyiaa4dpae.,
twice. The wonderful machinery In sbos-'king hb
divided the making of a thee into lixty-four parts,
and the shoemaker of to-day is oty he sixty-fourth
pbrt of a whole shoemaker. These divsalons of
shoemaking have not only destroyed the appren.
ticeship system, but also0_traeM unionism. The
poverty of the shoemaker is such that he Is annle
to pay the dues necessaryto support an organizaw
tion. Domestic manufacture id now Impossible;
while one dollar a day for mepand less than flty-
nine cents, for a woman mean hbronoe paupilsm-
and this is all that they receive.

AMERICAN WATCHERS










HE above WATOTfI8 for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are lept constantly
on hand by the, Vnderigned: Ay grd*e rT -
ment not in Stock Wii 'be'ft dirns aed t fe
Manufactor's list price. Also, make toor4er.
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &0.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. veeived
the Gold Medal athe he ate Paris Ehhibl'A r .
E. T. CHILD.
Front Street, Hamilton, ..
Deer 1.1878. UoO' .


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Supplement to the Bermuda BRyal Gaette, Hamilton, Tuesday, May 10th, 1881.


For the Royal Gazette.
HARD STRAINING.
There seems to be a good deal of hard straining
on the part of the article over the Signature of
Jenkin's Boiler" in the Colonist of the 27th April
and the Editor of .that paper combined upon the
Harbour question, when the former resorts to
perversion of the fair and reasonable interpretation of
language, and the latter to childish jesting or at-
tempted wit about marking the harbour of Ham-
ilton a fish-pond with a breakwater on the North
Shore of Pembroke," &c., &c. Now when these
bolsters have to be used for arguments, then argu-
ments must be pretty well exhausted.
Jenkin's Boiler" states that Castle Harbour"
is almost as much exposed as Murray's Anchor-
age," it is well he saved himself by the word almost,
but mark his reason and explanation. Castle
Harbour is exposed to the East, South and South-
west winds" but are these the winds that cause so
many shipwrecks at Murray's anchorage? Is it
not from the North winds that danger comes, and
from these Castle Harbour affords protection? That
disposes of his remarks on that ground, and he
cannot help admitting that there is "not quite so
much sea" in that land locked basin, as there is in
Murray's anchorage in the open ocean! Low land is
quite sufficient protection against Southerly gales.
He has fine game over a "green horn" for re-
peating what some other correspondent had stated
respecting the wealth of St. George's in saying that
to deepen and straighten its entrance for ships
drawirrg much over twenty feet would cost more
than the whole town is worth," and says he
knows of one person in that town that could bear
the whole expense of deepening the channel, and
would scarcely feel it." Well done for St. George's
for you certainly have been studying up Dick-
ens" Pray upon whose estimate did that individual
find out what that whole cost would be ? Surely it
must have been from some member of that family
of green horns" with whom he seems to be so
intimate, for I have never yet heard of one
that has been extant defining the pounds, shillings
and pence, and imagine it must be confined to one
"Jenkin's Boiler." But will this one man be will-
ing to advance the money and take such security
as he can get ? Will the town be responsible by
subscription or by taxation ? The expression
would cost more than the whole town is worth"
is a figure of speech only, bearing on relative value,
i.e., in appealing to the country for the necessary
grant of money thus : St. George's is not worth to
the vlolo country what it would cost to make it
the required harbour for ships of great draught.
Any green horn knows that. A few rich indivi-
duals residing in a town, and who may remove from
it aud carry their wealth with them, are not to be re-
lied upon as the "wealth of the town" to respond for
any Chimerical undertaking, therefore that is no
reply t, the quotation given above. He may be
very correct in saying that "if the money that has
been expended on the Stagg's channel and Timlin's
Narrows had been spent on St. George's channel it
would have made it a first class port years ago."
And he might have added that if one-eighth or one
quarter of it had been spent in improving the chan-
nel into Castle Harbor, that would have been a
first class port also, and a feeder to the business of
St. George's that would have secured to it forever
the trade that is now causing so much discussion.
As to the safety of Castle Harbor, the communica.
tion of Stag Channel" in the Royal Gazette of
29th March (ulto) admits it and says "there is no
doubt about the safety of ships once in its placid
waters." Although writing dead against the pro-
ject, he cannot help admitting this truth Then
upon his theory all that is required is to remove
the few rocks now in the way. With the remainder
of Jenkin's Boiler's" long article in yesterday's
Colonist we have no fault to find, and doubt not
that facts and circumstances bear out his state-
ments.
Now as to the Colonist's ingenious remarks that
Stag Channel' has proved to a demonstration the
impossibility of taking vessels of large draught into
Castle Harbor," I simply reply that he has done
no such thing -except perhaps to the mind of the
Editor. As to Lis slq,upon the report of a
FrieTnd to A11" in the TRoal Gazette of the 19th,
April if he will read that over again, and do jus-
tice to its wauing, he will withdraw it because the
writer was giving the soundings as they now are,
and not what they will be if the few rocks in the
way were removed; take them away at nogreatex-
pense, and then all the other soundings come in play.
The question simply resolves itself into this. Is it
practicable without an enormous cost, such as the
Country cannot and will not bear, to make the port
of St. George's as approachable for ships of great
draught as Castle Harbor can be made at some
very moderate cost such as the country can afford,
and doubtless will, to secure the trade that we see
looming up in the no distant future ? As to "an
Imperial officer high in authority discountenancing
less than twelve months ago the removal of the ob-
struction at Castle lIarbor," let the Public enquire
upon what grounds he discountenanced it.? Was it
the expense, surely not, for the Imperial Govern-
ment would have nothing to do with that. Was
it not that the Harbor would be too good, and afford
accommodation to an enemy ? But I have already
disposed of that idea in the Royal Gazette of 19th I
April in a communication headed New Strata-
gems." In reply to the Colonist's reference to "a
ridiculous proposal," I would ask him if anything
can be more ridiculous than attempting in the present
and prospective state of the Public Treasury to
adapt the Channels to the port of St. George's to
the convenient and safe entrance of ships drawing
much over twenty feet of water ?
CASTLE HARBOR.
April 28th, 1881.





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BERMUDA PRODUCE IN THE NEW YORK To the Editor' qf the Royal Gasette. From thp New York TiMe ''
MARKET. Sta,-In one of your 4Ite issues you called the WHAT THE- NIHILISTS WANT.
-Wee hava been fayore4 with the following copy attention of your readrois-to the probability of the Practical people ask what the Nihilists expect to I
df a Letter from a mercantile Firm of. the first Corporatign of Hamilton soon turning tliwlr attention gain by assassination. The infernal machine which 1
respectability in New York, to a porrespiondent in to deepening the approach by sea to their wharves. I kills the Czar of Russia does not destroy the CzAr-
these Islands, suggesting a means of corre ting the for oqe gladly hear of it, and think the Corporation dom. ALEXANDEa II.is succeeded by ALEXANDEfR.
evil influences which at present pervades in the wotul be justified in borrowing- money at onieeto III. And, if the man who has just taken the place
Washington Market in that City, in reference to carrvinto effect an improvement so much called for, but of the murdered monarch is murdered in his
the sale of produce sent there from Bermuda: I hope that the-members of the Corporation will not turn, there are other lawful successors to the imperi-
"Your favor of April 21st, came duly to hand, depend on their own limited knowledge of Engineer- ail throne. To all appearances, the line will stretch
contents fully noted. We are sorry not to be able ing, as evinced in the beautiful undulations which are out until the crack of doom. Nor is there any rea-
to'quote you full sales on your onions. Our market apparent in the streets a week alter they have been son to suppose that the later wearers of the crown 'f
is in a weak state, owing to Bermuda Goods being dug up for repairs and then left without lhe applieac of the Czar will be any more liberal in rule than he ]
il- so many hands who have no trade for same, and tion of the Pavior's rammer or that still ore modern who has just been slain as a tyrant. The good LIN- ,
ate' obliged to cut under in price to make the sale. tool, a garden roller. I COLN, when warned that his life was in danger from
It matters not at what price goods are started at, Your obedient servant, conspirators who were devoted to the rebel cause a
they are sure to go 12 to 25 cents per box less, and April 30tbi 1881. FREEH1OLDER. said that he could not see what was to be gained for e
rin after customers and offer them at less prices, the South by killing him. "The next man would be d
as an inducement to have them buy of them. For the Royal Gazette. Just as objection le.* If it is answered for the s
This is done in many cases, and the result is, down DEAj SIn -I hope yo will allow me a small justification of the Nihilists that ALEXANDER was a t
goes the price, and we have to follow to protect space in your valuable columns tyrant who deserved death, it is difficult to see how a
ourselves and keep our Customers. Of course if In the Colonist of the 27th ultimo, there is a letter from the advocates of assassination can separate the ruler
the market was cleaning up each ship, we would not signed Jenkin's Boiler, which has a little too much m the sysain Govtem uen is despotism, rule wa made p
have to follow, but we are sorry to say this is not of self. I will write as few words as possible- and so beforesai overnmenwas born Hecoulm, wao more
theI ase. therefore make my story as short as possible, have changed it than he could have changed his hu- a
If the Growers will select, say 6 (six) good sales- With regard to St. George's Entrance Jenkin'sman nature. The faults of the Russian system of a
men and let them work together, they could hold says, he knows one man in St. George's that could government are as old as the Government itself. I
the market, and get good paying prices. I wrote bear the whole expense of deepening the channel More than this, it cannot be denied that ALEANDER n
you not to force your onions, as I felt we would and scarcely feel it. Why don't you all put your II. was one of the diost liberal sovereigns who ever
have a poor market, (so many goods coming into hands in your pockets and not depend on that ohe reigned in Russia. -No predecessor of his had done
weak holding hands) that you would do better to man, who you know is always ready to give a help- so much for human liberty as he. His reign was m
go slow. We think we have seen the worst of it, ing hand ; but no! we will get all that we can out mildness itself compared with those of some of his l
and if Bearer comes back with only 10,000 of him, and when he is done we will extend the immnediate predecessors. The emancipation of the'
boxes, it would be the best thing that could be walls of our new Poor House, that you, know we Russian serfs, by which millions of men were delivy-
done for the trade, and allow the market to get on have got to do ; never mind, we will get what we ered from bondage, was his own individual act. No
its feet again. can out of the Old Chap. With regard to the Stag othermonarch since the world began ever did so great
The first cause for decline in prices was, that half Channel it has not cost the Colony one cent, as the a thing for human advancement. Yet he was hunt-
the onions coming forward are only half grown, Imperial Government bore every expense in deep- ed, threatened; and finally killed in the streets of his
and should have been left to grow until now (28th ening it. I think that was 26 years ago, and the own capital.
April.) A Grocer will buy a box of onions at amount that was then spent on Timlin's Narrows A Russian Nihilist of education and intelligence
$3,50, sell the outside or face of the box at good was money well spent. If my memory serves me was lately interviewed" in this City by a reporter.
price, the balance or middle would be trash, which the Tug Boat that worked there last was the old This man said that the more the attacks upon the",
would have to be sold at a loss. He would not Kite, she wasan oldman.of-war, andhad done many Czar and his officers increase, the more will the peo- I
buy another for 10 days. This could and should year's service as a Tug Boat, after she was done ple learn to understand the absurdity of the venera- .
be stopped by close examination of Goods in Ber- with the Stag Channel. I think Mr. Jenkin's lion which they have displayed toward them for cen-
muda. Look in the pentre of each shippers goods. stretches a little too much. I think if he was a juries." That is to say, the persistent assassination
There should be an authorised inspector, one little more just in his assertions he might get a few of Czar after Czar, will, in the end, convince the
who would do his duty, regardless of friends or thousand pounds out of the Old Chap towards wi- common people that the Imperial Father is only a
relations. This we believe, would be the best dening St. George's Channel, but I trust that a few mere man who may be killed by men of low degree.
remedy." months will tell what Hamilton can do or what In China,,the Emperor is known as the Son of Heav-
vessels can come into our Port. I believe if a en, and when he departs this life, he does not die like
xA.D J thousand pounds were spent on the Stags Channel an ordinary mortal ; he rejoins the celestial ones from F
A A D 'we could bring any vessel into Hamilton that could whose company he departed when he came to rule 1
go into St. George's, without breaking any Steam- on the earth. Some such superstition as this may I
~"'H E Undersigned respectfully directs the er's propeller. It is very seldom that the New York enslave the minds of the lower orders of the Russian
attention of the MERC CHANTS OF Steamer is detained by the tide in coming into people. It is necessary to shock this notion out of
BERMUIIA to the fact that for some years past Hamilton, ift is more frequently for want of day- their minds by repeatedly killing the reigning mon-
he has cou connected with the Hlouse of light. 1 would ask Mr. Jenkin's how many yes- arch and the members of the imperial family. By
.S I,. s 2. *I. Thurber & Co., sels have been struck on the rocks coming into and by, when a great many of the imperial line have
-1. h. hurber& Cot Hamilton, and how many have met with very se- been assassinated, the people will begintosay, "Well,
E xporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food rious injury going into the Port of St. George's. I these Emperors are only mortal, after all. They die
Prod ucts, know of none that struck in our waters since the when stabbed, poisoned, or blown up with bombs." F
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets, San Francisco and that was sheer carelessness. Then the way will be prepared for a closing out of
New Yotk City, Everything is magnified to a great extent from the the entire business of imperialism.
And during that time has attended personally to East, it must be because they have the sun to re- This is intelligible; but it is fantastic. It explains
the eecutin of Bemuda Orders, so that e is fleet on the West. The future will tell the truth. why preparations are already made for the as-
the execution of Bermuda Orders so that he is LIBERAL. sassination of the new Czar before he can possibly <
practically familiar with the wants of that Island April 30, 1881. have time to show what manner of ruler he will be.
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro- The demands of the Russian revolutionists are these:
series generally. "No more monarchy; no more State religion; no t
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will R received via N ew York, land proprietors; the soil to be as free as the air; no
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur- more armies; no more administrations; no more Si-
ance that they will receive all the advantages beria. Liberty of the press, liberty of speech, liberty
which the y special facilities of the Messrs vanhurges Per FLAMBOROUGII, on 16th inst., of conscience." It is easy to see that these modest
ber enable them to gies. A trial orders no At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store, demands will never be granted. Therefore, assassina-
r owenable them to give. A trial order, no ROGRAMME and other PENCILS tion must go on until either the imperial heirs or
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit artrid Note better and Fool the plotters against the imperial power are extermin-
and will be appreciated by PAPER Tissue PAPER p ated. From this conclusion there is no escape, since
ALBERT W MINICK, Forr Covrd Account and othr BOOthe Nihilists admit that they will persevere until their
ALtBhT W. MIN*CO, Forrel Covered Account and other BOOKS ends are reached, and that there is no probability r
With H. K. & F. B. 'IURBER & CO., Quill and Steel PENS PENHOLDERS that their prayers will ever be granted by any im-
New York City. perial ruler of Russia. The ultimate aim of the Ni-
ppDecember 21, 180.-12m O* S BOhOo BOokso .- hilists, then, is anarchy. The man alludeA to above J
Deceray'smber 2, ARIr.1METI Warne's ATL said, in reply to a question from the reporter: We tl
Ro btGray's ARITe METIC Warne's ATLA intend to leave to a better and more enlightened gen- it
S. ee M urray's, Lennie'sand Juvenile GRAMM AARS eration tlhe task of shaping the future government on c
R OW *~t. G oT L eo~5 &X/ C y Hall's First Lrench Course the basis of individual development. On with the
COif-iissioiii [- erchai nts, Henry's First Latin BOOK axe. Let us demolish everything. From chaos the
l Webster's and Johnson's DICTIONARIES kosmos was born." It must be admitted that the J
.ind I S URA NCE BR OKERS, MeCulloch's Course of READING task of reducing society to a chaos from which order-
18 Leadenhall Street, Carpenter's and Mavor's SPELLING, &c., &c. ly and intelligent elements shall arise has been be-
AND AT LLOYDS, gun in a most unpromising field. It is in Russia,
AN LO YDSON, ALSO, where the Government is an irresponsible autocracy, il
LONDON, E.C. and where the people are so ignorant that nothing
Personal attention given to Consignments of Lillywhitels (Cricketer's Gude but persistent and systematic assassination will dispel
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber- for 1881. from their minds.the delusion that the imperial person
mudian orders. Hamilton, March 21, 1881is superhuman, and the imperial power is divine.
April 1, 1880. Hamt After all, we very much doubt if the reddeit revo-
Apr1 o1e880a.E .lutionist could put into intelligible shape any expla-
'Olecion aS" ain M#st FIRE nation of the purposes of the Nihilists. That they
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. A'1' H E MOST MODERATE RATES want to create a communal republic on Russian soil
Can be obtained from the is tolerably clear. That they are mad enough to be-
Great progress has been made within a few P ENIX INSURANC lPAN lieve this is possible, even though every scion of
Great progress in manufacturing fod products, and the ENIX ISURANCE C IPAN Romanoffstock should bloodily perish, does not seem
years in manufacturing food products, and the of London, credible. Whatever may be said in favor of individ-
beyond thatwhichformerly obtained a nlt fclar One of the longest Established and Wealthiest ual rulers of the Russian Empire, it is true that the
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due Offices in Great Britain. system of the Russian Government is tyrannical; its
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and Through the BR ANCH OFFICE in these theory is almost an anachronism. ALEXANDER II.
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured was in many respects a liberal monarch. Neverthey of
our-interest to manufacturer of theS considerable item less, the exiles of Siberia testify to the severity of
our interest to manufacture only PRE and WHOLE- of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item. Russian rule, and the cruel punishments peculiar to
soME goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac- RIfKS taken both on RIEAL and PERSONAL Russian law were not ameliorated during his reign.

tive manner. All goods bearing our name are P iIOPERT'Y for 3, 6 or 12 mouths. But these were Russian institutions, not chargeable
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers No FEiES and no CHARGE for Policies, to the account ot the man who has just been murder-
are authorized to refund the purchase price in ed. They will be continued under ALEXANDER III.
any case where customers have cause for dissa- N. A. U TE RFiI E L and under his successors. Thin ereforei ALEXANDER lists
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both Agent. I have any purpose in view, it is to hasten anarchy.
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S 1 Hamilton, September 9th, 1856. It is a long race. This generation will not see a
BRANDS. communal Government rise on the ruins of Russian
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THE MONROE DOCTRINE.
AN AMERICAN'S OPINION OF IT.
Mr. Thompson, late Secretary of the Navy, was
recently before the House Committee on the Inter-
oceanie Ship Canal project.-Mr. Thompson is
one ot the American Representatives of the Panama
Canal Company-on which occasion he spoke as
follows:-
"I hear it is stated by many of the best men in
the country, and I read it in many of the best news-
papers in the country, that the scheme of building a
Canal at Panama by what is called a French corpor-
ation is in opposition to what is known as the Mon-
roe doctrine. I do not think so. On the contrary,
I think that it affirms the Monroe doctrine. I think
that the Monroe doctrine means simply that this
scheme shall not be interfered with by the Govern-
ment of the.United States. What was the Monroe
doctrine ? It was a Presidential declaration, and
nothing more. I do not think it would do to say in
this country, and under our institutions, that the
declaration of a President (how frequently soever
it may be repeated) can constitute a policy. This is
a popular Government. In order to establish a policy
the legislative power must be invoked, not the ex-
ecutive. The United States of Colombia is an in-
dependent Government, made so by the achievement
of its revolutionary independence, just as our Gov-
ernment is independent. Has it not the power and
the right to construct internal improvements when
it pleases, or to omilato do so if it pleases ? It may
or may not be hampered by constitutional provi.
sions of its own, but it undoubtedly has the right tode-
cide for itself whether these things shall be done or not.
"' Now in regard to the construction of a canal
across the Isthmus of Panama, there is everything
done that can be done; every practical step has
been taken that is known to international law; all
conceivable modes have been adopted to establish,
with the consent of all the great nations of the earth,
the 'neutrality of that canal. That is, that when
constructed, and by whomsoever constructed, it is
to be kept neutral to all nations and to the trans.
portation of all the commerce of the world.


THE PANAMA RAILROAD.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the Panams
Railroad Company, as No. 37 Wall Street, a few
days since, the annual report of the officers of the
company for 1880 show that the business of the road
is still increasing. The gross earnings for 1880 from
all sources amounted to 82,227,674 11, and the
total expense of every kind to $1,175,415 72 leaving
as net earnings $1,102,258 39. The number of
passengers carried during the year was 26,801,
against 23,729 in 1879. The number of tons of
rightt transported amounted to 157,432, against
161,743 tons in 1879. and 152,477 tons in 1878.
L'he Central American traffic, with the exception of
coffee, showed a satisfactory increase. The track
and road-bed are now in better condition than
ever before, and 11 miles of steel rails were laid
luring the year, completing the main line and the
idings chiefly used. The Treasurer's report shows
hat the assets of the company are $1,567,777 30,
nd the liabilities $3,183,785 51, leaving a surplus
)ec. 31, 1880 of $1,333,991 79. The dividends
paid during the year amounted to $1,120,000.
Glasgow papers state that Catharine Marshall '
ged 14 years, has not taken food, and only a little
rater daily, since the beginning of the present year.
She is greatly emaciated, but her pulse is perfectly
natural.
From some informality in the return of the two
nembers-for the Parish of St. Michael-to the new
House of Assembly of Barbados, the late Speaker
Mr. Pilgrim, could not be sworn in, so that a new
Speaker had to be appointed.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, May 10, 1881.


Law Report.

Court of General Assize,
Easter Term 1881-Civil Sessions.
PA aeXBv. COOPER.
This was an action of trespass uare clausum
fregit, brought by Mr. Thomas Henry Parker against
Captain Orville Cooper. The Attorney General
and Mr. Reginald Gray were Counsel for the plain-
tiff; the Solicitor General and Mr. Ormond T.
Middleton were Counsel for the defendant. The
case was commenced on Monday the 25th ulto. and
.not concluded until Tuesday 3rd inst., so we have
been unable until now to publish a full report.
The defendant had pleaded (1) Not Guilty, (2)
That across the land in question there was a pub-
lic highway, on which the alleged trespasses had
been committed.
The Attorney General in opening the plaintiff's
case to the Jury said that he should confine his evi-
dence in the first instance to proving the trespass-
es, and should leave the defendant to establish the
plea of public highway if he were able, reserving
the plaintiff's evidence on that point until after-
wards.
The plaintiff was called, and at the conclusion
of his cross-examination, the Attorney General
stated that he proposed to reserve his re-examina-
tion until later in the case. The Solicitor General,
for the defendant, objected to this course being
pursued, and claimed that the plaintiff was bound
to go into the whole of his case in the first instance.
After some further argument the Chief Justice said
that the plaintiff would be allowed to call evidence
to rebut any right of way set up by the defendant.
Other witnesses were then called to prove the
trespasses, and the Solicitor General, in opening
the defendant's case to the Jury, stated that after
the evidence which had been given he should not
further pursue the defence on the plea of Not Guil-
ty, but should confine his evidence to the question
of the public highway, which the defendant al-
leged had existed across the plaintiff's land, almost
from time immemorial.
The land in question is a tract on the south side
of. Southampton Parish, a little west of the Rifle
Range at Warwick Camp near the old whale
house, and is crossed by the South Longitudinal
road. There is a cart road leading from the
South Longitudinal road through several lands to
Long'Bay and other places in the neighborhood.
This road crosses Mr. Parker's land, which he
purchased two years ago from the late Mr.
Thomas Beek Cooper. Persons were in the habit of
using this road to get seaweed from the neighbor-
ing bays. The defendant claimed that it was a
public highway, and that it had been so used for
a great number of years. The plaintiff denied
this and asserted that the road now in use was
not made until 1874, and that before that there
was no public cart road at or near the same place.
For the defendant twenty-one witnesses were
called, most of whom had been acquainted with the
locality for years, several of them for as many as
sixty years and upwards, all or nearly all of whom
asserted that the road had been used for horses and
carts during their respective memories, and that
their was no other cart road down to the bays but
the one in question.
The examination of the defendant's witnesses
was concluded on Wednesday, 27th ultimo, and on
Thursday morning the evidence for the plaintiff in
rebuttal of that for the defendant was commenced.
Twenty-five witnesses were examined on behalf of
the plaintiff relative to the right of way. All of them
had been familiar with the locus in quo for years, and
their evidence in effect was th4 until six or seven
years ago there was no cart-road at the place in
question, but only a by-road which was impassable
for carts, and up or down which they had never
seen a cart go, and that it was impossible for a horse
and cart to have travelled by that by-road.
There was also evidence that many persons in the
neighbourhood4 had paid to Mr. Cooper and to the
plaintiff toll for the use of the road and by asking
permission and otherwise had recognized the pro-
prietoz's title.
After the other witnesses for the defence had
been examined the plaintiff was recalled and re-
examined by the Attorney General. The Solicitor
General proposed to examine him further. The
Attorney General said that although the plaintiff
had already been cross-examined and therefore, as
he conceived could not be so again, he should not
object to a further examination on any new matter
which had been gone into in the re-examination,
. but considered that the plaintiff could not be inter-
rogated as to anything which he might have been
asked in his original cross-examination. The Soli-
citor General insisted on his right to have a
general cross-examination if he wished, and the
Chief Justice permitted it, taking a note of the
Attorney General's objection.
At the conclusion of the plaintiff's examination,
the Attorney General stated that he proposed to close
his case by having the evidence of the late Mr. Tho-
mas Beek Cooper, as taken on Commission read to
the jury. The evidence was then unsealed and
read by the Prothonotary.
The evidence of Mr. Cooper had been taken
before the Hon. E. Harvey on a Commission issued
by virtue of the sixth section of The Court Act, 1831,
in the presence of their parties and their Counsel on
23rd October 1880, and Mr. Cooper had since died.
There was evidence on both sides that the cart
road did not follow, throughout its entire length,
the track of the old by-road, but the witnesses dif-
fered as to where the deviation took place, or how
far the cart-road is out of the course pursued by
the by-road.
On Monday 2nd, instant, the Solicitor General
summed up the defendant's case contending that
the general user of the old road by the public as
proved by his witnesses for a great number of years
was evidence that the road had been originally
dedicated to the public by the owner of the fee, and
that, even assuming that the old road never had
been dedicated, when the new road was made, or
when as he contended the old road was repaired
the then owner of the soil, Mr. Thomas Beek
Cooper, had full knowledge of the fact and had
acquiesced in or at all events had not objected to
the deviation, and that Mr. Cooper's acts at that
time and his subsequent conduct were evidence of an
express intention to dedicate the road to the pub-
lic.


The Attorney General commenced his general re-
ply on the whole case on Monday afternoon and
concluded on Tuesday morning at 10-45 in a speech
lasting in all two hours and twenty minutes. He
argued that the evidence for the defendant did not
support the plea of a public highway and referred
in detail to the evidence of the defendant's witness-
es to show that it was not by any means conclusive
on that point, and that very few even of those
witnesses had attempted to assert continuous user
by the public. He contended that there could be
no public highway without a public terminus at
either end, and that in the present case there was
not the evidence that there had been any dedica -
tion to the public of the road over the W. D. land
on the one side and David Tucker's on the other.
He urged that the persons in the immediate
neighbourhood, who would be most interested in
knowing whether or not it was a public road,
had expressly recognized the rights of the pro-
prietors of the lands over which the road passed by
payment of toll, by obtaining permission and in
other ways, and contended that the acts and words
of Mr. Thomas Beek Cooper, so far from being
evidence of an intention to dedicate the road to the
public, shewed clearly that he never had any such
intention.
The summing up of the case to the Jury, by His
Honor the Chief Justice, lasted four hours and a


half. In effect he left it to the jury to say wheth-
er or not there had been a dedication of the road to
the public as a cart-road by the owner of the fee, as
evidenced either by long user or by recent acts telling
them they might infer a dedication from long use,
but that they must in any case come to the con3lu-
sion that there had been an intention to dedicate.
The jury retired at 3-18 p.m., and at 4-15 re-
turned into Court with a verdict for the plaintiff,
damages one shilling.
Thus ended a trial which occupied the Court
eight days out of the nine during which the Court
may sit for Civil business, and which has cost the
country not less than 200 to say nothing of the
expense to the parties.
Tuesday, 3rd May, 1881.
,TALBoT v. HAYWARD AND ANOTHER.
This was Inquiry under the Attachment Act 1874,
to ascertain the debt due from the defendants to
the plaintiff. The plaintiff proved that the amount
due him at the commencement of the action was
262 2/8 and the action being undefended the Jury
found a Verdict for that amount.
Mr. Reginald Gray was Counsel for the plaintiff.
WAINWRIGHT AND ANOTHER V. ROBINSON.
This was also an Inquiry of Damages in an attach-
ment suit, the plaintiffs being Messrs. Wainwright,
Gorham & Co., and the defendant, George Cockburn
Robinson, formerly Steward of the Terror, who left
the Island some time last year without finding it
convenient to bid his creditors good bye." Mr.
Gorham proved a debt of 8 6/11 and the Jury
found for that amount.
The Solicitor General was Counsel for the plain-
tiff.
RICHAonsoN v. DICKINsoN.
This was a. action of debt on a Bond brought by
Mr. Aubrey James Richardson of St. George's
against Mr. Tudor Burchall Dickinson, of the same
town. The defendant pleaded Non eat factum, in
other words that the document in question was not
his deed.
Mr. E. C. Jackson was Counsel for the plaintiff,
the Attorney General for the defendant.
The case was commenced on Tuesday afternoon
and concluded on Wednesday evening at 8-30.
The case for the plaintiff was that he had been
applied to in August last by one Thomas Henry
Hinson, for an advance of goods on credit, that he
had agreed to supply him with 50 worth of goods
to be paid for on 1st January on his procuring a
satisfactory surety; that Hinson went away and
returned saying Mr. Burchall would act as surety;
that the plaintiff subsequently drew up the docu-
ment in question, which was not in strict legal
form, and so far as material, was as follows: We,
"Tudor B. Dickinson and Thomas H. Hinson
........ ,,do mutually agree, jointly and sever-
Sally, to bind ourselves and each and everyone, of
us......... ..... unto Aubrey James Richard-
son.....,........for the sum of fifty pounds
"in cash to be paid tohim..............on the
"first day of January, 1881." It contained no
condition.
According to the plaintiff's case this had been
taken by Hinson to the defendant, and read over
by him, and they had both gone to the plaintiff's
store where the Bond had been duly executed in
the presence of two witnesses.
On opening the defendant's case the Attorney
General submitted to the Court that the document
in question was not a Bond at all but only a
mutual agreement between Hinson and the defend-
ant, which could not be sued on by the plaintiff.
The Chief Justice intimated that he considered it
sufficient, but made a note of the objection.
The defendant's case was that he had never
agreed to become Hinson's surety; that he had
only been asked to sign the document as a witness,
and had only affixed his name to it in that capacity;
that it had been read over to him by the plaintiff
in the presence of the witnesses, and that it did not
then contain his name at all but only purported to
be an agreement between the plaintiff and Hinson
for the supply of goods on credit to be paid for on
1st January.
At the conclusion of the defendant's case the two
witnesses and Hinson were recalled and they all
positively denied that the document was read over
to the defendant before signature.
On the facts as alleged by the defendant it was
contended that his signature had been procured to
the Bond by fraud, to which the plaintiff, as well
as Hinson, had been a party, and that under those
circumstances the plaintiff could not recover in the
action.
For the plaintiff it was urged on the Jury that
no fraud at all had been proved and that the plain-
tiff had done nothing to disentitle him to a verdict.
In summing up the case the Chief Justice told the
Jury that if they came to the conclusion that the
defendant had been imposed on by the plaintiffin the
matter of the Bond, or had signed it be-
lieving that he did so only as a witness he would
be entitled to a verdict, as in the former case the
fraud would disentitle the plaintiff to recover and
in the latter the delivery of the deed, which is an
essential part of its execution, would be imperfect.
But that if they considered that there was no fraud
as far as the plaintiff was concerned, and that the
defendant had executed the Bond knowing its con-
tents it would be their duty to find a verdict for the
plaintiff for 50.
The Jury found for the plaintiff, damages 50.
The Court then adjourned to Saturday next,
14 inst., at 11 a.m.

To the Editor of the Bermuda Royal Gazelta.
TURKS' ISLANDS, 21st April, 1881.
Dear Sir,-We last addressed you in this form
on the 22 ultimo, since which the demand has been
very moderate, only two small cargoes of Coarse
and seven cargoes of Fishery Salt have been shipp-
ed-six of the latter being supplied by us.
The'weather has been all that could be desired for
Salt making, and quite a large quantity, for this
season, has been added to the stocks of hard, dry
Salt on hand.
We were recently shown a copy of a Circular,
issued by one of our neighbours who claims to con-
troil the crop of this Colony to the extent of 1,000,-
000 bushels annually, which, according to the
average of the last 30 years would only leave 350,000
bushels for all the other shippers. Now, the
quantity shipped last year was about two-thirds
the average, and of this we shipped 350,000 bushels,
via., 190,000 bushels of coarse and 160,000 bushels


of fishery salt. But the best refutation of the above
preposterous claim is, that there are several other
shippers of Salt here who are independent of both
our neighbor and ourselves, whose aggregate quan-
tity amounts to over 300,000 bushels annually.
The yield at Salt Cay is about 500,000 bushels and,
of this, 75 per cent. had passed out of the control
of our neighbor, when he issued the Circular above
alluded to. He also claims to be the only party
here having storage for Salt, while the facts are
that we have storage of our own for Coarse and
fishery salt, at this and East Harbor for over 120,-
000 bushels, besides having the control of other
Salt stores, while the aggregate storage belonging
to other parties, not including our competitor,
would amount to nearly 100,000 bushels. The
above are facts which we felt compelled, in self
defence, to bring to your notice, but without com-
ments.
We quote Coarse Salt at 8. cents and steam
ground fishery Salt 10 cents per bushel, f. o. b.
Quality, Measure, Dispatch guaranteed.
Soliciting any orders you may require filled,
We remain, Dear Sir, Your obedient
servants,
FRITH & MURPHY.


The 5th Annual General Meeting
OF THE BERMUDA CHURCH SOCIETY,
was held in the Court House, Hamilton, on Friday
last, at noon.-The Hon. JolN HAsEmr DARmI,
C.M.G., in the Chair.
RESOLUTIONS:
Moved by the Hon. J. H. TRIxINGHAx, and
seconded by R. D. DAmrELr, Esqr. :
T. That the Report just read be adopted, print.
ed and circulated.
Moved by Rev.'MAKx JAxES, and seconded by Tos.
N. D=r, Esqr.:
II. That this meeting desires to express its thanks
fulness to Almighty GOD for the measure of suc-
cess hitherto granted to the Bermuda Church So.
city.
Moved by S. BEowNLow GEAY, Esqr., and seconded
by Tros. S. REID, Esqr. :
Ill. That in view of the fact that the Subscribers
to the Bermuda Church Society, now in the fifth
year of its existence, number less than 350-
which is probably not as much as one in twenty.
five of the Church population of these Islands-
this Meeting seconds the earnest appeal of the
Committee to the members of the Church of Eng.
land in Bermuda without exception, to come
forward and take part in the work of this Society,
by contributing to its funds. ,&
Moved by REGINALD GRAY, Esq., and seconded by
Honourable JOSEPH H. HARVEY:
IV. That the thanks of this meeting be offered to
the Vice Presidents, Secretary, and other Officers
of the Society, for their efforts during the past
twelve months, and that the following gentlemen
be requested to serve on the Committee for the
next year:-
Hon. W. H. Gosling, E. C. Jackson,
Hon. J. H. Trimingham, S. A. Harvey,
W. R. Higinbotham, T. N. Dill,
J. T. Nugent, J. H. Thomas,
S. T. Outerbridge, N. A. Cooper,
J. W. Pearman, F. M. Cooper,
John Fowle, T. W. Hunt, M.D.,
Thos. F. J. Tucker, R. D. Darrell,
Thos. S. Reid, R. J. P. Darrell.

NOTICE Op MOTION.
XV. That Rule VI shall be amended as follows, by
striking out the words "Easter Day" in the
second line and substituting "the first day of
June."
VI. That the thanks of this meeting be offered
to the Hon. Join HAEvEY DARRELL, C.M.G., for his
kindness in presiding on this occasion.
The Hon. J. H. TRIaINXHAM, in proposing the
adoption of the Report, referred to the origin of the
Society, its general objects, and concluded with ad.
vocating its claims to public confidence and support.
The accountsforthe year were not yet completed, but
the Society had held its ground and an important
donation of 155 10/ had been made under certain
conditions to the Widows and Orphan Fund du-
ring the year. The general account shewed 1,480
invested in Consols which would probably be in-
creased to 2,000, 600 in Colonial Debentures,
and 130 as Annual Income from Real Estate.
Compound Interest was strengthening the Society's
resources.
R. D. DAREmrf, Esqr., in seconding this resolve,
thought that on the wholo there was much room
for congratulation on the present position of the
Society now holding its Fifth Annual Meeting.
Who could have foreseen such results when the
formation of the Church Society was under discus.
sion ? It was doing good work, and before it, if
Churchmen only exerted themselves as they ought,
there was no doubt a bright future and a useful
career.
The Rev. MARK JAMEs, in proposing the second
resolution, held that our position of promise to-day
was entirely owing to the Divine blessing which
had accompanied the Society in its work and la-
bour. The Reverend gentleman then enlarged on
the subject of endowments generally, considering
our mixed system a good one, shewing their neces-
sity and usefuless in the temporal organization of
the Church. An income of 200 a year, though
much short of our requirements, was a result not to
be lightly valued, and paved the way for further in-
come. Churchmen must still be called on to in-
creased earnestness and exertion in the work.
T. N. DILL, Esqr., M.C.P., briefly seconded the
resolution.
S. BRowNLow GRAY, Esqr., in an address of much
earnestness, brought forward the next resolve. The
society's work was as yet too strictly confined with-
in narrow limits, its subscribers and members might
be largely increased and efforts should be put forth
directed to that end. The collection of money was
important, but concurrently there should exist
some bond of sympathy between Churchmen which
the Society was calculated to arouse. Bequests
and donations would no doubt continue to be made,
-to the generosity of its benefactors, so far the
Society should feel grateful-but the REGULAR RE-
CEIPT of ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS would create more
widespread feeling among the people, whose inter-
est it was advisable to arouse in the cause of the
Society.
THoMAs S. REID, Esqr., in seconding, remarked
that what was required was an infusion of Mr.
Gray's enthusiastic Churchmanship among the
Parishioners of our various Parishes before whom
the objects of the Society had never been fully laid.
Meetings, imitating the example of the Wesleyans,
in every Parish, at an opportune period of the year,
would excite notice and create sympathy, especially
if held during the visit of our esteemed Bishop to
this portion of his Diocese. The Ghost of the
Clergy Act had something to do in calling this
Society into existence, and might still serve as a
useful lever in its favour. Still if that act should
be continued there ought to be no relaxation
of effort, as the present incomes of the bulk of our
Clergy were below what they ought to be. The
aim of the Society was truly conservative, to pre-
serve to all generations among Churchmen the pri-
vileges they enjoy, to avert a possibility which
might happen if public aid were withdrawn, of
Parish Churches becoming virtually proprietary
chape Is supported by a favoured few. Common
action, involved in the grand idea of Public Wor-
ship, should at all hazards be upheld.
REGINALD GRAY, Esqr., in bringing forward the
next resolution thought the Officers, and especially
the Secretary, entitled to the thanks of the Society.


That some more effective means than those now ex-
isting should be used to bring the Society into
public notice and favour. That subscriptions of
larger amounts than ten shillings should, if possi-
ble, be made, and that limit not absolutely accepted
as the standard.
The Hon. Jospaa H. HARVEY,:in seconding, hoped
that the subscriptions would continue to flow in
and in greater force.

HERR MOST TO BE TRIED SOON.
LONDON, May 4.-The Grand Jury has found a
true bill against Herr Johann Most, publisher of
the Freiheit, Socialist journal, for inciting to mur-
der, with a rider that such publications are un-
English and ought to be vigorously dealt with. In
the Central Criminal Court to-day, A. M. Sullivan,
M.P., asked to have the case postponed, but Justice
Denman refused to do so and said that he would
try the case on Friday or Saturday next.
It is stated in the English papers that Sir Staf-
ford Northoote will be leader of the Conservative
party in the House of Commons, and that the Duke
of Richmond will for the present at least lead the
conservative party in the House of Lords.




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