Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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 Material Information
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00189
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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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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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda. between the
15th and 22nd May, 1881: height above the sea
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.


Dat.
1881

May
Noon
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29*850(
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29*990


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0'00 Fine
0"00 Fine
0'00 Fine, dry
0:00 Fine, dry
0"00 Fine, dry
0.00 Fine, dry


JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF.




Hamilton, May 24, 1881.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
May 16-Norwegian Barque Kong Carl, Olsen, Car-
diffe; 650 tons coal for H. M. Government.
17-Schr. Abbie Binsley. Lovell, Friendship Maine;
ice, hay, &c.. to J. B. Stahl & Co.
21-S. S. Neptuno, Chrystal, London; goods for
merchants and government stores.-Agents, N. T.
Butterfield & Son.
23-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst, New
York; mails and general cargo.-Agents, Trott &
Cox.
CLEARED.
May 18-Mall Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York ;
1,810k bls. and 11 boxes potatoes, 21,002 boxes
onions, 10,021 boxes and 38 crates tomatoes, 78 boxes
beets, and 4 boxes cucumbers.
20-Schr. Hortensia, Sanborn, New York; 6,749 bxs.
onions and 290 barrels potatoes.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE'S.
ENTERED.
May 23-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York;
oxen, meal and hay; to Trott and Cox.
CLEARED.
May 21-Barque Julia A. Brown, Nickerson. Boston.
23-French Steamer Le Croisot, Durand, Baltimore ;
inward cargo iron ore.
1W The Royal mail Steamer Beta, is due'this after-
noon from Jamaica.
PASSENGERS.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough, yesterday from
New York :-Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan, Miss H. Sharcott.
Captains McPherson, Horneman and Briggs. Messrs.
J.W. Du glass, C. C. Selumaker and W. F. Light-
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco on Thursday last for
New York:-Rev. J. Trotter, Hon. H. E. Tascheran.
Deputy-Comy.-Genl. Robertson, Mrs. Robertson, 6
children and maid, Dr. Marriam. Mrs. Marriam and
Master Marriam, Mr. and Mrs. William Whitney and
maid, Captain F. Luckenback, Mrs. Luekenback and
Miss Luckenback, Miss Baumback, Mr. and Mrs. G.
A. Farnham, Master Farnham and 2 Hotel Attendantp,
Dr. M. C. Nagle, Dr.-H. E. Davidson and Miss David-
son, Lieut. Wood, R.E., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dunham
and Miss Helen Dunham, Mrs. Bigelow and Master
Bigelow, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Graves, Mrs. G. P. Or-
miston and Master J. Q. Ormiston, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Sandford, Mrs. James Warner and Miss Warner, Miss
Anna Ingham, Miss F. Florence and servant, Mr. and
Mrs. Muchmore, Messrs. C. W. Tuttle, F. W. Hurst,
Robert A. Tucker, F. E. Paul, J. J. Riley, Richard
Levitt and 0. R. Mountford.-2nd Cabin, Mr. and
Mrs. Those. Barnes and the Misses Barnes, Mrs. H. L.
Godsiff, Miss Sarah Butterfield and Norman Blan-
ehard.-.Deck, Jose DeSilva and George Biddell.
The Schr. Wm. R. Knight, Captain McCahan, 7
days from New York bound to Martinique, was board-
ed off the West End by Mr. John Swan, Branch Pilot,
on Thursday last, all well, desired to be reported.
Mr. Swan *ill please accept our thanks for New
York papers of the 12th inst., obtained from the W. R.
Knight.
The Screw Steamer "Neptuno," Captain Chrystal, in
the very quick passage of 12 days, arrived from Lon-
don on Friday last. She brought Government stores
and goods for merchants.
H. M. S. Tenedos, Captain Fane, left here on Fri-
day morning for Halifax, to join the Flag. She had
been awaiting the arrival of the Humber from the West
Indies.
The German Corvette Nymph, hence at Norfolk,Vsa.
8th inst. In 8 or 10 days she would leave for Boston
and Halifax.
H. M. Troop and Storeship Humber," Commander
John L. Way, arrived on Thursday last from Jamaica,
which Island she left on the previous Saturday. She
has on board time expired men and invalids from both
Army and Navy and some 25 colored laborers from
Jamaica towork on the floating Dock. The "H." will
leave to-morrow for England direct.
The Accountant General of the Navy and Controller
of the Navy and Pay, R. C. G. Hamilton, Esqr., came
out in the Humber" from England, and after visiting
several of ..the Islands, left the ship at Jamaica. He
does not intend visiting Bermuda but returns to Eng-
land from Jamaica.
The Neptuno" is of 800 tons measurement, is
beautifully modeled, well fittedand in fine order. She
was built for the fruit trade, and has been so employed
between London and St. Michaels. 'There is no
doubt that she would speedily be filled with onions
if her Agents here would send her directly back to
England instead of going hence to Nassau.
The Brigantine Glance has been sold at St. Kitts,
W.I ., for $5,000.

Prices of Bermuda Produce in the New York Mar-
ket, May 19.
Potatoes, No. 1 $8 to $9
Onions $1S to $11
Tomatoes 50c to 70o

THE WALLACKS AND H.M.S. PINAFORE.
The Wallacks left Hamilton yesterday for St.
Georges where they purpose remaining the
ensuing week, playing occasionally at the Royal
Barracks, and preparing their version of Pina-
fore." We believe that as there is a difficulty in
obtaining a Chorus for the Opera that Watty is
writing an original comic and local dialogue and
that it will be called a burlesque although it will
retain all the original music, &c., but the choruses
will be sung by the members of the company.
Fannie will be Josephine; Watty, little Buttercup,
and Rider, Deadeye. The Trio played these parts
in America last Season for 300 consecutive
nights, and Fannie is considered one of the best
Josephines on the American Stage.-We hope they
intend to give Hamilton a little of the Pinafore
fever.
Asst. Corn. General Robertson and Lt. Wood,
B. E., have proceeded home on leave of absence in
the Mail Steamer "Orinoco.'"

An Inquest was held at the Town Hall, St. Georges
on the 18th inst., before Denis Tucker, Esq., Coroner,.
on view of the body of George Horne Brown, late Master
Mariner. On the previous day the deceased. Captain


Brown, went to a friend's house on the North Shore,
and asked permission to lay down, in an unoccupied
room, to rest himself, as he felt unwell. On being
called at 9. p.m. and receiving no answer, an entrance
was forced,--the deceased having locked the door on the
inside. On entering he was found lying on the floor,
lacde own, quite dead. After hearing the evidence of Dr.
Butterfield, who examined the body, and several others,
the jry returned a verdict that death resulted from
natural causes,


THE COLONIAL PARLIAMENT.
His Excellency the Governor will open Parlia-
ment on Thursday next, at 1"30. p.m.
l The usual parade, in honor of HER MAJESTY'S
BIRTHDAY, will be held at Prospect at 12 noon,
This-day, Tuesday. After the usual Feu-de-joie
the Queen's Color will be trooped by the 86th Re-
giment.
Law Report.

Court of General Assize.


A mourned Sitting-Easter Term, 1881.
On Saturday, the 14th May, instant, the Court
of Assize met to hear motion for judgment, to tax
costs and to dispose of one or two other matters
not requiring a Jury.
Judgment was entered up in the case of Parker
v. Cooper and the Plaintiff's costs taxed at 40 4/6.
Judgment was also entered up and costs taxed
in the two attachment suits of Wainwright and
another v.'Cockburn; and Talbot v. Hayward and
another.
In the case of Richardson v. Dickinson the At-
torney General, on behalf of the defendant moved
for a rule nisi for a new trial, on the ground that the
Court misdirected the Jury at the trial, and that
the verdict was against the evidence, the principal
ground of the motion being that that the document sued
on as a Bond was not a Bond at all, but only a
mutual agreement between the defendant and one
Hinson, on which the plaintiff could not therefore
maintain an action, the alleged misdirection being
that the Court had instructed the Jury that the
paper in question was a Bond.
The Court retired to confer on the point raised,
and on their return the Chief Justice intimated
that he was still of opinion that the document was
a sufficient Bond, and that the Hon. E. Harvey,
Assistant Justice agreed with him, the Hon. J. H.
Trimingham having some doubt on the point, and
that the rule to shew cause why a new Trial should
not be had would therefore not be granted.
Judgment was then entered up and the costs
taxed.
BERMUDA HUNT CLUB.
The friends and members of the above men-
tioned Club, on the resignation of Capt. Frederick
Carpenter, 88th Connaught Rangers, set on foot a
Subscription List to present him with a suitable
memento in testimony of the high appreciation in
which he is deservedly held by a very large circle
of our community. During Capt. Carpenter's
tenure of office both as Master of the Hunt, and
Honorary Secretary f e Shelly Bay Hunt Races,
he has been most popular with all connected with
racing in these Islands, and we feel sure we only
echo a very general opinion when we say that his
loss will be severely felt in the Colony. Below will
be found the very cordial testimonial which was
signed by the Honble. Eugenius Harvey (Chairman)
and a Committee of the Hunt Club, on behalf of
all the Subscribers. The testimonial together with
the purse, which we were glad to learn amounted to
50, was presented to Capt. Carpenter on Satur-
day last, who expressed with much feeling his sin-
cere thanks for so flattering a recognition of his
efforts to afford pleasant amusement in the some-
what dull routine of life in Bermuda.
We hear that Capt. Carpenter with his bride,
leaves for Halifax in the Beta'" to-morrow on
his way to England and we most heartily wish
them a most prosperous voyage and every success,
joy and happiness.
BERMUDA HUNT CLUB
To,
Captain FRED. CARPENTER,
88th Connaught Rangers;


Sir.--We, the undersigned, on behalf of the mem-
bers of the Bermuda Hunt Club and other friends
desire, on the occasion of your marriage, to offer to
you their hearty congratulations, and request your
acceptance of the accompanying purse, to procure
some memento in token of the respect and esteem
in which you are held.
Your early departure from Bermuda, and the
consequent severance of your connection with the
Bermuda Hunt, will deprive it of an excellent and
indefatigable Master, and will be a sensible loss to
this Colony in many ways, and a matter of sincere
& and general gret.
Your energetic aid in every move ment calculated
to enliven the somewhat monotonous life of a
station like this, will be greatly missed.
During your Service on the Staff in these Islands
you have always been the foremost in promoting all
manly sports and out-of-door recreations, and
those who have met you in other circles will re-
member how much you have contributed to the
success of many a pleasant evening's amusement.
Your invariable good temper and inexhaustable
patience have been invaluable qualities in carrying
out such enterprises to a successful issue.
Greatly as you will be missed, it gives us sincere
satisfaction to remember under what happy auspi-
ces you now leave us; and you will carry with you
everywhere and always the sincere regard and best
wishes of many friends in Bermuda.
In wider spheres of activity and duty we trust
you will enjoy every happiness and success.


Signed, E. Harvey, (Chairman) J BLOWN UP BY TORPEDOES.
Park B. Tucker, M. D., The Melborne (Australia) correspondent of the
Richard D. Darrell, London Times says: "A fearful accident, involv-
Chas. E. Clay, Hon. Sec. and Treas. ing the loss of several lives, occurred on March 5.
(pro termm) Our iron-clad the Cerberus, having been taken
down the Bay for some gun practice, Capt. Mande-
The dance proffered by the Officers of the Com-. ville, her commander, made arrangements also for
missariat Staff, postponed from the 28th ult., in some torpedo experiments to come off abreast of
consequence of the indisposition of Mr. Randall, Queenscliff, onr principal watering-place, near the
took place at the Hamilton Hotel, on the evening heads of Hobson's Bay. From some bungle in the
of Tuesday last, and was in every way a success, management of the apparatus which nobody as yet
The guests were received at the entrance of the, has been able to explain, an explosion of a torpedo
dining room, which had been cleared and decorated took place, blowing the operators themselves and
for dancing, by Mrs. Itandall and Mrs. Ashly in their boats high into the air, only one of the men
the most hearty manner, while the Commissariat having escaped destruction. Captain Mandeville
Staff Officers ably seconded the efforts of these and his first officer, Lieutenant CollinE, had left the
ladies to render the evening, as it was designed, scene of action and gone ashore at Queenscliffe to
one of happy social re-union. The temperature of witness from that point of view the action of the
the evening was much cooler than the warmth of torpedoes and the scenic character of the business
the mid-day promised and encouraged the votaries ending in so frightful catastrophe, has been some-
of Terpsichore to persevere. Lady Laffan entered what severely criticised. The remains only of two
the room on the arm of the Hon. Justice Tasehe- of the boats crew were recovered from the sea, and
rau of the Supreme Court of the Dominion of Ca- )n these an inquest has been held without throw-
nada. A fair representation of the army and navy ing any light on the immediate cause of the explo-
and leading residents availed themselves of the sion.
hospitality of the Commissariat Staff Officers. We
were much gratified to find Mr. Randall present in JA3MAICA.-We have been favored with a copy
his usual happy spirit transferred from the man- a e Budget," of the 9th inst., bat it
agement of a select drama to a leading participati- of the Jamaica "Budget," ofthe 9th inst., but it
on in the real melodrama of sober social lif e does not furnish us with anything of moment.
on in the real melodrama of sober social life. Upwards of 120 Jamaica laborers have accepted
The decorations of the room had one novelty, the engagement to work on the railway at Costa
oval back grounds of cedar sustaining groups of Rica ; they left to workfufil the engagement in
brilliant and varied coloured geranium. Under a Steamer on the 27th April
arrangement with Mr. Farnham the supper was a steamer on the 27th April.
arrangement with Mr. Farnham the Supper was The Chief Justice Sir J. Lucer Smith, was about
provided by Mrs. Green in the Drawing Room, the to leave the Island on leave of absence. The At-
tables having chairs, which always render a supper torney General refused to act as his locum tenens
more enjoyable. Refreshments during the evening during his absence.
were served in the Billiard Room. The Band of ur s a ce.
the 86th Regt. supplied the music under the direc- PARIS, May 18.-Several evening papers publish
tion of Mr. F. K. 6. Brown, Band Master, by per- special despatches from Rome reporting the bxis-
mission of Col. Adams and the Officers. The pro- tence of extreme agitation throughout Italy in con-
gramme was adhered to and an extra or two sequence of the King having intrusted Signor Sella
relished besides, with the formation of a Cabinet. There were de-
--- monstrations last evening at Naples, Florence,
THE EASTERN LILY.-The finest cluster of these Pisa, and Milan. At Milan the military charged
flowers we ever saw was brought to our office yes- on a mob, and a number of persons were wounded.
terday. There were 53 full blown flowers on one The extreme Left in the Chamber of Deputies
stalk, not one the least faded. They were grown I have resolved to issue an appeal to the people pro-
in B. W. Walker Eeq's., garden, Victoria Lodge. testing against the transfer of power to the Right,


From America and Europe.
The Mail Steamer Flanborougqh, Captain White-
hurst, arrived at her wharf in this town at seven
o'clock yesterday morning. She left New York at
the usual hour on Thursday and bad a pleasant
run. She was signalled on Sunday evening.
We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst, Mr.
Purser Brocklessly, and the Chief Steward E. La
Morian, for files of New York papers of the 19th
instant.

A copy of the revised version of the Scriptures
will be presented to Queen Victoria on Tuesday
May 24th, and will, thereupon be published for
general circulation.
The Madrid correspondent of the 'London Daily
News says :" There is some agitation here looking
to interference by Spain in Morocco similar to that
of France in Tunis. The scheme is very popular."
The Town of Vissam near Janina, has been pil-
laged by brigands, who carried off several women
and some persons of note.
Captain Penny, of the British steamer Somerset,
which arrived at Bristol on the 14th instant from
New York, disappeared during the passage. It is
supposed he fell overboard.

THE IRISH LAND BILL.
Archbishop Croke's Advocacy of the Land League-
Prospects of the Bill.
LONDON, May 18.-Archbishop Croke of Cashel
is making an episcopal visitation in his diocese, and
is everywhere receiving tributes of popular enthu-
siasm. At Ballingarry he received an address from
the Land League, and in reply expressed warm
sympathy for the people and respect for the politi-
cal associations of the place, and for the party
which made its stand there in 1848. At Mullena-
hone the streets were decorated with triumphal
arches and evergreens, the houses were illuminated,
and bands played national airs. Replying to an
address, the Archbishop referred to Mullenahone
as the birth place of many true Irishmen, which
reference was received by the crowd with cheers
for Kickham." The Archbishop urged the peo-
ple, while standing firmly by their rights, not to
violate the laws, and not to molest the police or
soldiers, who were only doing their duty. Noth-
ing, he said, could resist a united people, and thank
God, they were united. The bishops, priests, and
people were all of one mind. He was proud of
Tipperary, but especially proud of Tipperary's im-
prisoned member of Parliament, John Dillon. The
moment the Government clapped a man in prison,
even if he knew nothing of him before he concluded
there was something sound in him, and that the
Government believed there was something danger-
ous in him. By means ot the present agitation, he
said, Ireland would become a prosperous and con-
tented country.
At a meeting of the Land League at Dublin yes-
terday the attendance was larger than usual. It
$ was announced that the weeks receipts amount to
Sthe sum of 886. The fact that American des-
patches had not come to hand accounted for the
comparative smallness of the receipts. A casual
reference by one of the speakers to the question oe
the advisability of a general strike against the pay-
ment of rent elicited applause.
Sir Stafford Northcote will speak on the Land
Bill in the House of Commons to-morrow. A
strong effort will be made to take a division on the
second reading of the bill in the early hours ofFri-f
day morning, although it may possibly fail, as
many members still desire to speak. A division
will be taken th Lord Eleho's motion that the
leading provisions of the Land Bill are economi-
cally unsound, unjust, and impolitic. The Govern-
ment anticipate a majority of over 100. It is be-
lieved that 27 Parnellites will adhere to their de-
termination to leave the House before the division
on the bill is taken.
LONDON, May 19.-The "Standard" says 35
Home Rule members of Parliament have expressed
their intention of supporting the second reading of
I the Land bill, and 21 are expected to abstain from
voting.
BERLIN, May 18.-Prince Gortahakoff is on his
way to St. Petersburg to resume the direction of
the Foreign Office, despite his age and infirmities.
LONDON, May 17.-In the House of Commons
last night Mr. Guest (Moderate Liberal) urged the
Government to join Italy in protesting against the
outrageous attack of France on Tunis.
Mr. Gladstone said : When serious charges are
made against a power with whom Ergland has
been closely allied for over a generation, justice,
even decency, deipanded that the House shall be in
possession of authentic information before any ac-
tion is taken. The Conduct of Her Majesty's
Government, he said, could not be judged until
the papers which are now preparing are presented
The most important part thereof would, however,
relate to the proceedings of the late Government.
He intimated that this part would relate to Lord
Salisbury's conversations with M. Waddigton.' If
England was called upon to take measures to assert
her own views relative to Turkish suzerainty over
Tunis she might be reminded of her own proceed-
ings relative to Algiers.


of our coal are annually increasing.
The deficit is now fully made up, and the proper-
ty of the company is in the best condition in every
department. This enables the managers to state
that a resumption of dividends can now be justified
with reasonable grounds for a belief in their regular
continuance. To correct a general but unfounded
belief that the debt of the company has been in-
creased about $5,000,000 since the suspension of
dividends, the managers state that the $5,000,000
loan (known as the bonds of 1817) was made for
the purpose of retiring the floating debt and other
maturing obligations of the company.

cg We have been requested by Mr. George 0.
Whitney to state that he has reduced the price of
the Grape Vines to four shillings each.
Remember these Vines give two crops a year.

Captain Grieve, 46th Regt., is about to retire on a
pension,
Lieutenant W. C. Forrest and Engineer W. Ord,
recently lost in the Dotrel, both served on this Station
in 1877 ; the former in the Tourmaline and the latter
in the Rover.
Assistant Paymaster Denham R. Kelsey, has been
appointed to the Cockatrice.


To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Rectory, Paget, May 19th, 1881.
DEAR Sm,-Will you allow me to direct atten-
tion to the advertisement, in another column in the
Royal Gazette, calling a special general meeting of
the members of the Bermuda Church Society, for
Friday next, at noon, in the Court House, Hamil-
ton; for the purpose of considering the advisability
of altering the Rule which requires the annual
meeting to be held within twenty days after Easter
Day.
It has been found that the three weeks immedi-
ately following Easter are much crowded with
business of a parochial nature; moreover, in conse-
quence of the Court of Assize being held about the
same time of the year, it has, on some occasions,
proved difficult to find two convenient days,
during these three weeks, on which the public
meeting may be held, and also the preliminary
Committee meeting which is necessary.
It is believed also, that a somewhat later date
for making up the lists may prove to be an
accommodation to some of the annual subscribers
to the Society.
The Constitution of the Society requires that no
change shall be made in any of its rules, except by
notice of motion being given at one meeting and
submitted for decision to another, after an interval
of at least seven days. It is hoped, therefore, that
a sufficient number of the members will attend on
Friday next to make the alteration which shall be
deemed most advantageous.
Believe me,
Yours very faithfully,
J. LUMLEY LOUGH.

THOUGHTS FOR THE TIMES.
Dear Mr. Editor.-T read in last Tuesday's Ga-
zette a loing account of the Annual Meeting of the
Church Society which might have been summed
up in,-that it was decided that the fewness of
its members was as remarkable as the shortness of
its funds was deplorable, and that more efforts to
increase each were necessities.
The Church Society has to contend against a ter-
rible obstacle-Want of Confidence-for having
been started with statements as to its being the
outworks of a Synod when such an institution
should become an outgrowth of the law, and be-
ing persistently kept apart from the Synod now
that the law has established a Synod, the Church
Society presents an enigmatical exterior, if noth-

ing more, and the questions come forward system-
atically, thus: is it not a Society designed to make
ministers independent in case of disendowment ?
If ministers are independent will not congregations
be correspondingly dependent ? Ought congre-
gations therefore create, support and endow such
a dangerous irresponsible organization ? Endow-
ments to the Church Society should extend to the
Widows Fund, and there stop. All other congre-
gational help is simply a present outlay of volun-
tary funds for the purpose of producing in the
next generation, congregations of imvoluntary vo-
taries to the superstitious rites which the Reform-
ation hunted away.
The law-that terror to all craft-is the strength
of congregational freedom, and while the law is of
the people and the people are religious, what bet-
ter government can exist. Churches are means of
instructing people, not institutions for governing
them, and the functions of Churches cease when the
latter is assured and the former forgotten. Estab-
lishment governs the former position. That which
governs should also sustain, and so establishment
and endowment are linked.
A society which so actively prepares for disen-
dowment, and so persistently avoids being taken
under the wholesome care of the law, threatens to
become a Liberation Society, waiting only for
money enough to do without endowment, and for
members enough to abrogate establishment. Es-
tablishment fights against the reappearance of
superstition; against superstitious forms and con.
fessionals; against men who destroy the peace of
Sunday by attempts contrary to freedom as de-
fined by the Bible, all of which are matters of dai-
ly discord in England. Look at our own country.
Compare the Trinity Church service of to-day
with that of any day in 1861. Listen to current
church sermons and notice how often it is propoun-
ded that the Church of the Priests is the only
Church, and listen more attentively, and perhaps
you may judge from what is said that the Priests
only, are the Church on earth, and then you will
be startled by the fact, that the Romish advocate for
papal infallibility is the better man. His ingeni-
ousness being boldly contrasted with that opposite
condition, which, while denouncing thievery, is
meanwhile absorbing congregational privileges,
and while preaching against deceit, lends aid in
introducing innovation as a surprise.
Except as to the Widows Fund then, the Ber-
muda Church Society can lay claim to very little
sympathy from those who look to the Law for
congregational freedom and expect from it, endow-
ment, as an exponent of the legislation by a Chris-
tian people. Yours truly,
CHURCHMAN.
May 12th, 1881.

DELAWARE AND HUDSON.
The annual meeting of the Delaware and Hud-
son Canal Company was held 5th May, when the fol.
lowing directors were elected:
Abiel A. Low, James M. Halsted, Legrand B.
Cannon, Thomas Cornell, H. J. Jewett, Robert S.
Hone, David Dows, James R.Taylor, Thomas Dick-
son, John Jacob Astor, James Roosevelt, Adolphus
Hamilton, Abraham R. Van Nest.
We make the following extract from the annual
report:
The result of the business for the year 1880, show-
ing a profit of $l,351,4"2271,or a fraction over 61
per cent. upon the capital stock may be regarded as
satisfactory, especially when it is considered that
in the early part ol the year the price of coal was
not remunerative, and only became so after the gen-
eral adoption in March of the "restrictive policy"
in production.
It is gratifying to be able to state that the leased
lines have become self-supporting, and that their
collateral advantages as avenues for the distribution


To Farmers and Others.

11 Il E Undersigned will be prepared, as usual,
to forward Consignments of

BERMUDA PRODUCE
TO
Messrs. E. P. lOOMIS & 0.,
95 B4ARCLAY STIREPET, NEW YORK,
And will also purchase PRODUCE at fill
Cash Rates throughout the Season.
THOSE. J. WADSON.
Hamilton, March 21st, 1881.-3p tf

A Journeyman Printer
Wanted at this Office.
APPLY IMMEDIATELY.
May 23, 1881.
TINTER clothing at any price, at the Em-
Sporium.


W' We are again obliged for want of time,
to defer to our next, several communications,
&c., intended for this issue.

g To-day being the QUEEN'S BIRTmDAY, the
Band of the 86th will not play as usual in the
afternoon in the Happy Valley.
The roof of the new iodist Church in the
I Town of Hamilton has b0'slated with blue slate,
the exceptionally very fine weather having largely
favored the work and stimulated its satisfactory
completion. The window frames are being put in
by Mr. Jackson, and the work appears to be now
being pushed on to completion.
The Hamilton Hotel was closed on Thursday
last for the season. The new steamer "Orinoco"
was put on too late in the year to be of any service,
in attracting travel, but another year we may
look forward to her good qualities overcoming the
Hotel and Steamship management, and demonstra-
ting that travel, when recently catered to will
respond by encouraging patronage.

MARRIED D,-HOLLAND-WILLIAMS.-At St. An-
drew's Church. Plymouth, April 26, by the Right
Revd. the Lord Bishop of Rochester, assisted by the
Revd. F. W. Holland, vicar of Evesham, Commander
SWINTON C. HOLLAND, R.N., to EVA AMY WIL-
LIAMS, daughter of the late Commander George Wil-
liams, R.N., and granddaughter of the late Admiral
Sir John Kingcome, K.C.B.

DIED, in Southampton Parish on the 21st inst.,
after a long illness. ADELAIDE HINSON, fourth daughto
er of the late Joseph Frith, Esq., aged 46 years, leaving
a large circle of relatives and friends.
.......... of-Diphtheria, at the residence of his Aunt
Mrs. Eliza R. Solomon, No. 2.,131 Fifth Avenue, New
York, on the 13th inst, EUGENE ROBERT JACKSON,
beloved son of Robert and Isabella Newton Ward,
Bermuda, aged 20 years and 5 months.
.......... at St. John's Road, Dover, England, on the
27th ult. MARGUERITE, beloved daughter of James and
Beatrice Addis, aged 2 years and 10 months.

A Vessel Wanted
To Convey Hence to

NEW YORK.,
THE CARGO OF NORWEIGIAN BARQUE

SConrad Holberg
Consisting of 6209 Bags



Which Vessel put into this Port in distress on
a voyage from Pernambuco bound to
New York abandoned on Sur-
vey and Estimate.
Tenders for the conveyance of the above
will be received at the office of John S. Dar-
rell, until 6 o'clock p.m., To-morrow (Wed-
nesday,
R. A. HORNEMAN,

St. George's, Bermuda,
May 24th, 1881.
THE cheapest store in Hamilton is the Em-
porium.

FOR SALE,
A Four-oared Iacing GIG, very light and
A swift; about 39 feet in length.-The at-
tention of the Military is called to the above.
For Particulars apply at this Office.
May 24, 1881.-1 pd.

Wanted
By a Small Family in Hamilton,
3 Good HO US1MJIID.
Wages 1 a Month.
Apply at Gazette" Office.


For Sale.


A fine young Donkey,
6 years old.
Apply to
CHARLES FURGSON,
South of Gibbs Hill, Light House.
Southampton, May 24, 1881.-1 pd

0 you know that they are selling things so
Very cheap at the Emporium?

NO TIC E.

T HE Undersigned contenis te
making A CIIANGE IN THEIR BlSI-
NESS which will necessitate the CLOSING OF /
THEIR BOOKS under date of May 31st, 1881I
Therefore all just Claims against us must
rendered by that date for PB ent, and all Pdie-
sons Indebted to us are reuired to pay their
respective amounts not later than May 31st,
1881.
Whatever ,balances are left unpaid by that
date will be handed over to our Attorney for
collection.
J. T. DARRELL 4. CO.
HIamilton, Bermuda, 5 p
May 3, 1881.

Notice








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


By Public Auction,
In Front of the Stores of the Un-
dersigned,
at 12 o'clock, M.
On Thursday next,
The 26th Instant.
*fl50 BBLS Extra Family FLOUR
50 B -50 bbls. CORN MEAL
50 Bags OATS, 2 bushels each
20 Boxes Smoked HERRINGS
20 Tubs New York BUTTER
10 Chests English Breakfast TEA
10 Oolong TEA
AND


Bermuda Church Society.

A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the
Members of the BERMUDA CHURCH
SOCIETY will (D.V.) be held in the
Court House, Hamilton,
'On Friday next,
27th inst., at 12 o'clock,
To consider the motion of which notice was
given at the Annual Meeting held on the 6th
May, ",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."
J. LUMLEY LOUGH.


We have been instructed by Outerbridge May 19, 1881.
Bros., to sell the undermentioned GOODS to
close Consignments, N


4 CARRIAGES to Seat 4 Persons
2 PH2ETONS, to Seat 2 Persons
2 BUGGIES, to Seat 2 Persons, all of Superi-
or quality and Finish
2 Sets Double HARNESS
2 Sets Single HARNESS
2 Riding SADDLES
2 Side SADDLES 3 doz. HALTERS
4 Sets Cart HARNESS, English
1 Set Do. Do. American
3 Doz. Driving WHIPS, English
3 Doz Do. Do. American
English Carriage and Cart COLLARS
HAMES, MATS &c., &c.
1 Brown


Sound, Handsome, and a good Charger'
Property of Capt. Brain, late Brigade Major
3 other HORSES good at all work
1 Handsome WRITING TABLE with Drawers
And Immediately after.
In the Spacious Stores above our office, a
Clearing out Sale of all the
* Dry Goods, &c., &c.
Bemaining in those Stores on that date, among
which will be found
IECES of the best wide English CALI-
COES &c., &c., &c.
Pieces Brown and White COTTONS
QUILTS, GLOVES, TOWELS
Pieces Swiss Book and Crossbared and other
MUSLIN
Silk and cotton UMBRELLAS
Striped LINEN for Boys
Men's White and Colored SHIRTS.
Cotton CORD POMADE
Pieces colored SHIRTING &c.
Rose Leaf POWDER
Reams NOTE PAPER
A large assortment of TINWARE just receiv-
ed from New York
ALSO
1 Case Men's CLOTHING in Suits
and Single pieces
Now Landing ex Ship Neptuno" direct from
London
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, May 24, 1881.


Just Received,
From London and New York,
LADIES' Glove Kid Button BOOTS
Ladies'.Plain Kid Button BOOTS
Ladies' English Leather Button BOOTS
Ladies' English Leather Button BOOTS, "The
Lorne figured toes"
All made to order with high insteps.
I adies' Newport Tie" SHO ES
<" "Newport Button" SHOES
Gent's Oxonion SHOES and Elastic BOOTS
Ladies' Gents' and Children's Racquet SHOES
(Tread Easys)
English White and Coloured SHIRTS
Keeps' Celebrated White S H IRTS
White and Brown Cotton SHEETING
Pillow-Case COTTONS
Summer Dress GOODS; Prints, Hats, Ribbons
Hosiery and Towels
ALSO,
The Diamond Extention and Bril-
liant Oil STOVES.
W. H. WATLINGTON,
Reid St., Hamilton, Bermuda.
Next West of the Store of Mrs. J. B. Steed.
Hamilton, May 24th, 1881.

Notice.
ALL Parties INDEBTED to us are respectful-
ly requested to make Settlement of their
respective Amounts by May 31st instant.
All ACCOUNTS not Settled, or Satisfactori-
ly arranged for by that date, will be handed to
A ttfncev foir collection


NOTICE.


The DEBT and COSTS
IN THE MATTER OF
MWIBTIDWO vs. I.
HAVING BEEN ARRANGED
The Sale of the latter will not now take place.
J. H. TROTT,
May 18, 1881. P.M.G.


Canton 4- Son,


Watch Repair ors and Jewellers.
BEG to inform the Public that thev intend
carrying on their business in their Shop |
recently occupied by the late MB. BARTrnoi.ot
MiEw, 'Parliament Street, opposite the Pos-
('ffice.
WTTCIIES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE AND PLATED-WARE, Musical
BOXES and INSTRUMENTS, Repaired at
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
satisfaction.
Ilamilton, May 21st, 1881.
For lRent.

SThe HOUSE,
Now occupied by the Undersigned in Warwick
Parish, next west of the Residence of WV. P.
Nelmes, Esqr.
Possession can be given at shortest notice.
For terms apply to
CHARLES V. INGHAM.
Hamilton, May 23, 18l1.-2 3p

Wanted
By a Family in this Town,
A Z O U.8 3 IA ID.Z)
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
May 24, 1881.

PI ORTIH4ITS
OF
LTor RdBeaonsQPfield


New York M.Fail Steamer.

I The Steamer
Flamborough,
Captain W[IITEHURST,


Will leave Hamilton at 4 p.m.,

THURSDAY,
26th May,
The Flamborough" is to leave
for return on the 2nd June.
Parcels and Specie on Freight, will be re-
ceived until 6 p.m., 25th May.
Produce will be received (unless the Vessel
is previously filled) until 6 p.m., 25th May, and
Bills of Lading will be signed until 10 a.m., 26th
May.
Passenger Stage will be removed at 3'30 p.m.
26th May, 1881.
TRQTT 4 COI,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, May 24, 1881.
"Colonist" once.

Onion Shipments,

pERSONS desirous of making ONION
S SHIP.11MENTS to London, per fast Stea-
mer "NEPTUNO" on return from Nassau,
will please make immediate application to the
Undersigned.
N. T. BUTTERFIELD & SON,


Hamilton, May 23, 1881.-1


Agents.


Notice to Pilots.

Pilots Boarding the following
SCHOONERS.
E. H. NORTON" from Portland.
MARY STEELE," Providence
ETH EL A. MER RITT," Philadelphia.
To our Address,
Will please lay them as near as possible to the
Eastern Shed in this Town.
OUTEBRIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
IHamilton, May 24th, 1881.-1


SELLING


OFF!


THE EMPORIUM'S
Special lines for this week only,
Consists cheifly in


Butter DISHES Sugar DISHES
Preserve Milk JUGS
Glass PLATES CANDLESTICKS
&c., A&c..
Now all reduced to less than half former price.
Please call at the Emporium and see the
display.
THE EMPORIUM.
22nd May, 1881.-1


ON SALE AT THE Wanted
" Royal Gazette" Stationery Store. A S OD*Q M I.A lm.,
Hamilton, May 24, 1881. Apply at the Office of the "Royal Gazette."
May 24, 1881.-I1*
Jf 0 W 9 r (' LOTHING Youths' suits, Tweed for 16/ at


THE FINE PILOT BOAT
U7King William-
24 feet keel & 9' feet beam
Cedar Built, Copper fastened, well fitted atid
found, and quite ready for immediate service.
AND
A Cedar-built, copper fastened
Fishing Boat,
14 feet keel, 8 feet beam,- with a Well
She is fitted with all the most mo-
dern improvements
ALSO,
ABOUT SIX ACRES OF
Planting and Pusture


IJV PA GETS PARISH,
Situated on the South Longitudinal
Road, westward of the late T. M. Jones,
Esqr.'s Land, extending from the main road to
the South Shore.
There is a Lot of BUILDING STONE on
'Ut_-q I"


UU ...V .............. the L' nd ready for use, wnhicn.will be sold ei-
OUTERBRIDGE BROS. their with the Land or separately.
Reid Street, May 23rd, 1881.-2 3p Apply to
CHARLES A. DESHIELD
CLOTHING at half former price at the Em- Warwick, May 24, 1881.
porium. Warwick, May24, 1881.
NOTICE TO GROWERS AND Notice
OWNERS OF To G1OS9 =007 POD.70.
BERMUDA PRODUCE.
B E U P 0 U E HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
rpHE Undersigned will give their Personal at FROM
1 tention to the forwarding of BERMUDA I .1essrs E. P..Loom is 6 Co.,
PRODUCE to the Consignment of 95 8arclay Street New York,
M essrs. John! i3 6* CO., To Solicit and Forward Consignments to them
OF NEW YORK, free of charge, at this Port, when prompt sales
During the coming Crop Season. at Highest New York prices, will be returned for
All charges for Cost of Remittance for nett Cash Payments.
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of JILSO
the Goods. To purchase at full Market Rates through the
The highest Market Rates will be obtained Season all kinds of Produce.
and Account Sales returned promptly. Hoping our numerous Planting friends will
All Packages of Produce must be marked with favor us with a call before disposing of their
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owne produce.
to comply with the new Law. BTENCIL PLATES furnished to order.
J. T. DARRELL & CO. B. W. WALKER & CO.,)
Hamilton, Bermuda, 3 .3p 25 Front Street.
Feby. 21, 1881. p IHamilton, March 14, 1881.-2m 3p alt.


'J the Emporium.
"That Celebrated Beer"
Of Oland Son & Co,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERS.
Can be had by applying at the Store of IR. I).
W. HUGHES, Ordnance Stoies, at Ham-
ilton, as well as at their Agents St. George's.
St. George's, 13th May, 1881.-3 3p

Notice to Shippers.

TrHE Undersigned having been appointed
AGENT at Bermuda by IOBERT G.
LEE &CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
JNA THANIEL VESEY.
At R. F. COOPER'S,
61 FRONT STREET.
Hamilton, Feby. Ist, 1881.-3p tf

TWO PARLOUR ORGANS
FOR SALE.
To be seen at the Warehouse of .Messrs. B. W.
Walker & Co.
N. T. BUTTERFIELD.
HIamilton, May 14, 1881.-2 3p

Notice,
To Growers and Owners

OF BERMUDA PRODUCE.
IN consequence of the great increase in our
shipments of Produce to New York since
the season of 1874, we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of llermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New York, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for -ale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense of
the Owners interested, and owners will clearly
understand that all the dangers of transport are
borne by them.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June,' 3p
April 19, 1881.


Notice to the Holders ofi
Bermuda Treasury Debentures !
Issued under the provisions of the Savings
Bank Act, No. 28, 1876.
NYOTICE is hereby given to the Holders of
TREASURY DEBENTURES dated thel st
of January, 1877, and numbered from Twenty-
one to Forty inclusively, issued by virtue of
the Savings' Bamk Act, No. 28, 176, that, on
the expiration of one calendar month from the
the publication hereof, namely, on Saturday,
the 25th day of June next, the Receiver General
*will be prepared to redeem the said Deben-
tures by paying off the principal money and
interest due thereon, and the said Debentures
are then to be presented for payment, and,
after the expiration, of the said calendar month
the said Debentures will cease to bear interest.
JAMES TUCKE R,
Receiver General.
Receiver General's Office, e
May 23, 1881. J
24th and 31st May, 7, 14 and 21st June.-3p.


NAVY


CONTRACTS.


TENDERS in Duplicate, will be received at
my office until Noon of
PlMoiday Gth June next,
From persons willing to contract for the sup-
ply of the undermentioned articles for
Her Majesty's Service, viz.:
VEGETABLES,
FOR ONE YEAR,
Commencing 1st September next,
And thereafter until termination, of Contract
by three months' notice from either party.
Probable quantity required, 100,000 lbs.
per annum,deliverable alongside Her Majesty's
Ships in such quantities as may be ordered by
the Paymasters thereof from day to day.
The Tenders to state the price per 100 lbs.
avoirdupois and to be signed by two responsi-
ble persons engaging to become bound with the
Tenderer in the sum of 300, for the due ful-
filment of the Contract.

FODDER


Bran,
FOR FOUR


Viz.:
Corn, Hay and Oats,
HORSES, FOR ONE YEAR,


Commencing 1st July next,
And thereafter as above specified for Vegeta-
bles.
Tenders to state the price of Bran and Corn
per bushel, Hay and Oats per 100 lbs., deliver-
ed on the wharf at Hamilton, in monthly or
quarterly supplies, as may be ordered.
By authority of the Captain-in-Charge,
WM. ALBERT MOUNT,
Naval and Victualling Storekeeper.
19th May, 1881.-2 3p

During the Ensuing Six
Weeks
We shall be Selling off our Stock of
C RRIAR[8 1 IAItNESSEKS
COLLARS WHIPs
RUGS, &c., &c.
At greatly Reduced Rates, and would invite the
attention of lnyers both Wholesale and RIetail.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Reid Street, May 23rd, 1881.-2 3p 2 4p

FOREST LAKE

ICE COMPANY.
BEG to inform the Public of Ber.nuda that
they have just received at the 1ESTAB-
LISHMENT of the late CAPTAIN CA'STN El,
East Broadway,
Four hundred Tons of

Of first quality, and are now prepared to furnish
ICE daily, to Customers in tamilton and vici-
nity. It will be delivered by Cart daily, Sundays
excepted.
(P'l Price half Penny per pound.
JOHN B. STAHL & CO..


Hamilt


Agents.
on. May 24. 1881.


Notice,


I


-. LIST OF UNCLAIME ) LETTERS POST OF-
T HE Undersigned Ichthy Taxid- FICE, HAMILTON, 21st May 1881. -:
ermist Hamilton, Bermuda, is prepared Mary Anderson, T J Adams, Manuel Auguito,
to MOUNT FISH for Cabinets by the method Angelina Amory, Sarah Butterfield, Jose S de Brom,
lately devised by Dr. Davidson, which more I Richard Bean, Joseph Bean, Benjamin Burgess,
perfectly retains their forms and colors than Thomas Bean, W H Bearn, Reginia Blackman,
any heretofore employed. Catherine E Bean, T S Chapel, Sophia Cox, Agnes
Specimens of his work maybe seen at his Dun, Edwin Davis,Albert Darrell, John David, E
Lbecin sithe llamilty b otel, or at i ward Dickeison, R J Dill, W A Douglass, C F
Laboratory, opposite the lamilton Hote, or at Darrell, J If Dill, Benj Fubler, G 0 Freeman, Carl
his Dwelling House, East Broadway. Francisco, George A Gomez, Francisco J Gon-
ROBERT BEDINGFIELD. calves, M.itchel Garnal, Eleanor Gibbons, Jbhn D
May 24, 1881.-3 Hughes, Wm Hill, Thomas Hayward, Eliza',eth E
SJones, J Jones, J S James, Wm James, Joseph
B xrown, DB^e W'tinter I Jones, Agustus Jones, Joshua Joines, B Kenby'
Charles Lathan, Frank Loid, Richard Lang, A B
B Moshay, Schr "Maggie,",H G Monks, Manuel Marst,
roWInI,I Walter Newton, Charles Peatman, W Pearvpans &
WVHOLESALE COMMISSION Son, John W Richardson, Chas Richardson, A H
Raynor, W T Robinson, Albert Robinson, B J
MERCH ANTS, Richardson, K J Ruffin, Agustus Stone, Elizbeth
And Dealers in Swan, R J Simmons, S T Simmons, David Swan,
iBenj Simons, J A Sheaf-, Benj Swan, Sarah Swan,
B r~ Tmu a ri- James Stowe, Ann Swan, Henrietta Steed, '' W
SJones, James H Stowe, Brig Henry Trowbridge,"
Southern Fruits & Vegetables, Ardella Trott, JuliaTz, John T Trott, Daniel G
Wells, Mary Williams, Caroline Wilson, Wm i
51 and 53 Fulton Row, -Williams, John Wildoy, W T Williams,, Susan
West Washington Market, New York. Williams, Charles Williams, Wm H Williams.
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York. --
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE PCST OF-
Remittances. FICE ST. GEORGES, May 23, 1881.
-- Captain Briggs, Eiiily Barrett, Norman Blanch
Agents at Bermuda, ard, Mrs W C Brown, W Brown, Joze Ferreira,
OUTERBRIDGE BIROS., Bernard Janson, Daniel Kean, Elizabeth Minors,
Mrs Swan(\\ after St.) G Swan, Elias Trott, Will-
RIeid S ., Hamilai iam Tncker (St. Davids), Joseph Tucker, G 0
Feby. 28, 1881 .-tf 3p. Whitney, Mra *J M. 'A oods, Solly Wilson,


S. J.


BERMUDA, Alias 1
SOMERS' ISLANDS. :
By His Excellency Maj.-General
[L.S.M.] SIR ROBERT MICHAEL
IR. M. Laffan, LAFFAN,R.E.,K.O.M.G.,
oa.. G Governor, Commander-in-
Maj.-Genl., Chif, in and over the3e Is-
Governor f (Corn- lands, 'c., kc., &c.
mander-in- Chief.
t 0roclamatbin.
WHEREAS I have thought fit to Convene
this present COLONIAL PARLIAMENT
which stands prorogued to Friday, the 27th
day of May, instant, I do therefore, by and
with the advice of Her Majesty'sCouncil.
HERE' CONVNBVE
The said Colonial Parliament,
FOR
THURSDAY, the 26th
day of May, instant,

IN THE TOWN OF HAMILTON,
FOR THE
Despatch of Public Business:
Of which as well the Members of the
Legislative Council as the Members of the
House of Assembly are hereby required to
take notice and to govern themselves accord-
ingly.
Given under my Hand., ad the
Great Seal of these Islands
this 16th day of May, A.D.,
1881, and in the 44th year
of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command,.
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
23rd MAY, 1881.
HIS EXCELLENCE MAJOR-GENERAL
SIR ROBERT M. LAFFAN, R.E,, K.
C.M.G., has received information from',tho
Right Honorable the EARL OF KIMBERLEY,
Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for
the Colonies, that HER MAzESty wiI'.uot be
advised to exercise Her power of disallow1ance
in respect of the following Act of the Legis-
lature of Bermuda passed during the last Ses-
sion :-
1880-1-Session II.
No. 18-An Act to extend the Powers of the
Court of Chancery with respect to, the
Real Property of Lunatics. :
(In force indefinitely.)
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary,
NOTICE TO PILOTS.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
14th MAY, 1881.
TN consequence of a recent instance of one of
L Her Majesty's Ships having been inipro-
perly delayed at the East End while awaiting
the visit of the Health Officer, the attention
of Pilots is called to the 6th Clause of the
Quarantine Act 1880, which requires Pilots in
charge of Her Majesty's Ships or Stpre Ships
or Freight Ships bound to Her Majesty's
Naval Yard to load or unload to pilot such
Ships to Grassy Bay and there to remain with
the Ships under their charge until they -shall
be visited by the Health Officer.
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
2 3p Colonial Secretary.
CLOTHING to suit everybody at the Em-
porium.

Just Received,
From London per S. S. Neptuneo,"
03 4ET3 English Carriage HARNESS,
extra Finish, Brass and Silver mounted
I Dozen Carriage COLLARS
1 Dozen Cart COLLARS,
4 Riding iAD DLES-(complete), extra quality
I Dozen Riding BRIDLES (Snaffle)
Dozen Riding BRIDLES, Double Rim -and
Bits
GIiLTHS, STIRRUPS, Stirrup LEATHIERS,
BITS /
12 Dozen Chamois SKINS, assorted sizes
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Reid Street, May 23rd, 1881.-2 3p 2 4p


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,000,000 Bottles
,* sol SINCE 18so.
M '- is Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It' Stimulates the Ptyallne in the Saliva,
Which converts the Starch anda ugar of the.
... "ii~WlaSnd' roiirln b or the food in th
'a. i t0mah. If the mdiclne Is taken Immedl.
"' atel after eating the fermentation of food
S. t t a.he Liver.
'" c I atsetuon the K]dney,.
C. 6t lato# the Jowel .
SIt P'rlfie0the Blood, .
It oluetm, thpN VOeroisi Syitem.
I Promotes Digestion. o
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It c-ales te'tl Old Blood and makes new.
he pores of klan ad nduee%;
It neutralizes the hereditary taint or poison in the
blood whVicegortescrtofila,. Erysipelas, and all
manner of skn diseases and r.J
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S ATHrARRA CURED.,


THI UANDERS AiEp
Will give his personal, aTtention to the forward-

Bermuda Proaduce
; ,- N i tisSeason, ,,
1 All necessary information will-be -given 'tod
Planters on application ,- ia *. .a .
W. H. PENISTON'


Oideroru B qe Bbos.,


Com-ftiiSifl '~ln'A-ill chants,


Chas. P. Woodworth &
Co.,
22 Fulton Street, 4ew York.
'CONSIGNMENS OF, PRODUCE solicited
-) to above Addressand Highest Mlarket
Rates guaranteed.,, Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's.option.
I The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUCE as usual.during theiSea,-
ron on account of Messrs.C.,,P. W. & Co.;
STENCLI. PLATES furnished on application.
D. S. NASH,: '
No. 4 F;putt Sreet.
Hamilton, 'eby. 28, 1881.-tf .

Notice to: Farmers and
,., ':-Others.
V W E shall be prepared to attend to the for-
warding of "'
BER tt UDA N0DUVT0 E
To the Consignment-of
G Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
:' 187,Reade tree, Nv 'Vorak, 17
fhiring'the ensuing Season.
I For Stencil Plates "nnd allothr iinfplroUion
please call or address '
OUTERIUDGE BRQS.,
S., Reid St., Hamiltoni
February 28,1881.-tf
"i .'


R. P:.ATKINS & CO.,
,! ;i ga as. r eg 4 ^ e Ors, Hamilton,
June 5,1880.-12 m

r oef WH-LAND'S
SOAP. `-


rheoodore 'Outef'bridge,
PR. V.
V13% ~ 4iiNAILY SIJRGE


.. 29 Broadway, New, York.
New York, March 24, 1881.

Stencil Plates.

Metal or Paper ST3E-N.GzS
Supplied at an hour's notice.
Alsq, "" ......
Stencfl INK and BRUSI S..,
OTJERBRIDGE'IBROS.,


a a a ~~~46 & L P. Offic and S esiepce.Roi(1 ,Sreet, Hamilton, Arl4h
-- DVA119 Snrt-4 have used your INDIAN BIOOD a-4, Iriton. aAd 1oj~iiepce, P~(ifco
IS UP~with great 4atisfact~ion; and relief, 4a1I have'
b ep ',with, catarrah for, a, long time,. could April 5, 188-1. 4f *aaYfiet topm-. .L.
001euntil I'commrenced using the BLOOD WilI
a iit~~ ate as gieit up bc( s p-e ~IvSf.t01se, 8 Profesisiionally T Etners!
Igtly i e e diz ada#SDAY$AD RlASaattention
` edas ulting a'lfhys4icAnws informedthat- it.t~''I~'J
"Was;mse d by the -i~idlid eresot g ttita'fie tMr oringe4 Spur8BiKg4sgd AveetSur FRUAtt
`4a11 6d [at 6ai~n and.td Vtb tae y imPeripect .4 n 8 vnue, We ta~. ~be hag Iceti COD
ttter 1fl3' ,Wnah Pipgt1Marke1,a NevyXprk. ifVWuomI K'd~
stomach, caused by the droppings of the 6atrrlhal a',- i
matter. I invariably found however; that this'di~zytI1 n~sgidwl ivShsp~bflaitu ~EK~~E ~DPOUT$ Exporters, Impo
q~ln ooP,4Pfed,4awaymy- nervQus systemwsI' l oI
ifiaipqffiaeu and the' catarrhal~polio reimoved by
&h iss mesdrcine.i beenenrly quxed b y q'uit.). .Great progrc-ss has 'becn mde within a few A liroadwa
tavaltuablp remedy'.7. a IoV l nd the
'Respectfully yours", ~vd a And (luring 4
a a, a~~~ To the, Consignment ofithe lbovi-vi'na4 beI o4 t twip oe band~W li
--J. IH. SMALLWOODEll rm. that fTI 'h o ktogpi,4erable eitent;-T14A! !doe teeeuj
a a?{.-b319 West 10th at., New York City. 'Th irhe -arketrm.-:-atesvi aall be oou obrs ~tb~i~'s a~tained and pacily f1at rlio,
highst-meret~ratswi~ beobtai'e~ rid De~?ti&4te6 4brkl 1i~this line, -we consider tit in a11a eat
Acepp.4t ,ales returned .pro~mp;1y,,a'wa1 urinat I46ma
AH EFVfAT101 IAIND KIUDN~kY C6M.PL'iIN'tI. irdc og~ l n h eo.oritrsa~tufacture ofly PuRE and WIIOTJS- cerie~enerialyi-
bensAoial~results of your, B,OOD PU.RIFIER ; #i y J 7a a ai ,tive, manner.,.i11 Qods baigour nap are be faithfully and
.:t~kI3a~a~bwasdde,-*d-Peril ~"AME -ta-eit~~~ ~ alty 'id~hes ance that they
a~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 4aimi m'rgtkejitsolntie~o9 Fot- are authorized to refund the purchasPitia Wln w~ihihs~
1,-qf natural and, very. pain~ful, A bpttleaof tho $aige I Fa Ai oj Wr f 1hSret.1, iactieon. It frshaecue fotr*dss ber enable then
4'ande a perffeit uye, I will alls90say-my digest';FaI)t!,5 T '-'a ~ Matter jja~w snlaI
dnh~u,~ovdso Ian,.eat F i~Wilbndealersand coqsumrtqe-
,4'asaoat -thatv a n,iRlhnt1a 1jit1H Prices lkilledr,$apolio. 1PRIDE o RNS~Ai
re~h., ~ MARRON, THE KIqCHE, has succeeded toa thle H KV.~TF BER & CO.,A]
'N" -aa a 'B,9fenich-st., New York Ciiy' a. pu~urrA- u D.*s n,,alallh
'ac 61Foo LProtluetct

SICK 1JEADAPCWEAtND DYSPEPSIA., 41 NE tGX0)11itDcebe 1,1
a'~aa N. a5a~~n.~; z~Yox~:J. a LONDON. l. j,BqlDg~ux.
f -pow, -Or,, otia~re, for -sale. by rioat xoct9s

ll,--BlLOAOD ihITIRTP1has' entirely .curedariM6of ai AWaNatIt'.
Headache ardaD 'ppio .0 y rst.tdlg.- a
Itls7 cured 'my chld, al oS94Tler Fever, and xkay I a
(ar.6': 7 E61GE H-. REYNOLDK.~ 370,4
a a
A M :Brothiers, dealers T&Iti'hor~e dtc'J) cl, I..: a ~ 1! jj' _rj J- a' i a ta 1,
Dyp~pepiaia and Indigestion of many ijiA iAandrn~g. Udrii Lht'i rsme4atsjita
-' -enry -Dab-man, af- t-ha'sarnle-irnrr --cured- of So're a89,-( ~ hto4Sa'd Ori~sf'G~ehin
Throat a4tJJi ljgO t~j,4te yaibeen treated., CAa0. t his fld., taM',10ov1)iltO4 lal filiankd .~r~
by physieihti 'vi 'd~ ar~rfchiaf Iet.Jnt9 ieq,
aaaa ~a ac I J o thiis frds W- handtopb-
1i10 liea Wafa aoli-
d! C$STIPA,JOIN WQ!' kIJ leI g4 fA ']iJ t farg~ adiat~l ol
-No, 09a'W]na'r hbk&oX3na-.ST.', Ct4Y i5h.O fi~CTJ
Slit,-Your INDIAN4 LOOU, SYRUPhfai turi h'.~ ie lli 8?9. 11IiaI."aC,14 -1R, F,, jr.ij
we entirely of the diortr'ei&s'in'n heud,' and relitived, qyai 0.a 1a87,9. aai~ ~'4~.~~ otliIik~ h
t- ---a iy oirat bweii.01 us-2vy tat t-J,;merit not in-aij&
isI 4.-difflcniyotfa~t,'anyi w elaai mst-aytht taa~ a taiaakefo,, VL.EI F! Manugo'' .i 'a. I a
a hebIUaedcnola~'ny er~ oataefo.DENAR any style of Cas(
jl~~a ~ (i a' ALICE EE. ale TAYengravedr'f
'ij -E GY.T 1, ") oQrL, jDj
DYSPEPSIA N.CKSN

6& 1, wigii,?hfai 4 suffered for five 1OPOSIA1* SNA ~ 1e~a y'i eFots&tI
,,r%,,. ie lapei zeptiftsi l', kill S~f~a~ )a g~fo,. Ziff, ne.
~~des 0 angma hih _____toI Ancib

-II hgilpi1AVek~i~fnked, by' i af'el Ja8.g i UII_. Lonnr1862-P-A~sr-1.- -Gordo", ~1%'2.--p0o -
and aI~~~~~iaugb'It~~~~~t-af~ir ~ d, 66eavibn tll dizzinessa'-,' '( '1 a 'l- 'j :r' nvfl.

41otoli i i pprfiqot,-ar4 bea I~a-a~l~ediai'Wed. Maty T a.Jul 1'm aa ATKINSW48 ANHOIO11 VIRIUMES FOR fly? lll
1, 'Spaiu' "' JMle; 0"~t~'6piai
*wwt'J 9'Wst 32,Ad at.; NevldA city. England "1 -Al- a al >hI t-p9tSVCrDATCAaaAA. O-TCLB S
Ai lgyili r~i I aL/'I -I 'IAw1,~~Fb~ a! 9' ata JASMIN, WOOD
C ''Jonson aa a- o-,'S. l~elyetisi' 16,1 aaahi.a It-OL"MA~qKWik4,00tia

(I p .$ i-Itralh p Owetn, ,iMs recommendingg 1aC,[ lA4'T: KL 4 TATR
aj yur U .N01% ,YUPia.a imtol1 LaNONost ,Jt", a-0 stimled from the c
#.T:e J~-D y 'rp a. 4ywf, taobci n~a qffer ,TIF-n- ani, Totion (M,%
aa~~g~ al O~~meapi dy piti,!;t~t itiacks of the nmost j* ;--
Dori I hxtwV 19 t It 'nb -0, t hwf .' e-was VenmarhWed. #t' 18 p#m. s the
Ccgeainktb eifofover~iyearsCnDur-I ngisuch attacks *DenmarIWed. My'18 N'o an 4 pv -ute t-; "0
reeild,4vbtseveraf doctors, without-i -dffect. T. uwa-a.' AT X-INSO0N'S c
k ie-un~til 4ile baiaireA 411een- LAyt4DER
L 4f ypens INDIANA~BLOOaa SYR!'UP'. ,ts:-affct Canada J If 4x Jl 2 n h '- ao,%1,6tLW Potus"ledisitffltd from; trm iel'Qeui
,"4eI"J61wonderi'ul-aund5O1-WO c ioya It da~ Erin a '22d "1, 8 am-"a-
Oie,aa- n&.I,~UC nc~4a' ~UA~a hindikine'thatmn" ljossehlwldaahbuld withoutt it *Denfitrc 11 a2aa ~ .J~ a AT. MS WliITP1E.R0*Jt;ILETVMUNIEGa '
a~'a a' atVa ': ,,i- "",i e nI tnid~aperilintle T.'jl.at aa'ac'miparai.- aT)
P yaa 6' tU NG, a 4 y (( ~ a ~ -d t; itrd teoa frl? r iii. -trtai!;Pai~!aC fo~r the
t hb.'a9t a ia
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gaa a aI a.a g~ -- IV e 0, -d tl' tbf-r p ca litiaaab -3 au enl n -tiar ti Ieleo ~~
raa'a~D,~a ta'-ah5 sto certfy tha J- haw'efo'und pocqI $ 0)to $70l. att ''a.I' ItW~hwn outthe W-i-i,awfad uft be a'~
d jnayb'ura INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP th a bLin (A'lic a~~~a,
saay Medicine that I-have -ever taken for Dyspepsia, .'l;,?Exetir.Iot A.*kj0 IS $11'0 to *11-20 "24~ol ~ 't Oid'B'oid 'GSiet c;U, E Sij .
a'um;Wl'ndilgestibn. I would adflsbam alll istfe romit a !t a"2$16(to*1.46 $y1 fLv-ad.''t '-a a'
il ttryDR.-CLARIK JOHNSQN'S'1 INDIAN :Steerage passage $(. .a''aai ,..--. 'i~ledk;tfre.' paai eC4iJ'
i~~a- '-#AMIl. T9 A For further infoime-ion apply at the Corn'1 1,, '!NO LZ -JuoulaIi-flwhir al a~ldAbntld -a i l-l a
pan's Offices,6 li'Nos.Oil~~y a labeled w. i a. -a-lo a i ii -1a- a" 1.e
~''a ~aa 5a~a af I V ~ -- -Now Vork. ,

Wertre1St., Georges, New York, May 5 1881'.'


GUION LINE.
i.,Ltahl I(; afS i>< .JS t1 '


'FROM Pow)tq

-ag4g F A. E ul, IR hiv
r tFia ~iI

Da~pi


half the nri wm.


Reid Street. p! o I w 1 id

S- / ..ROM LONDON. D J

signed respectfully directs the ,,,<,, ; i,,,.Q,; if.31 OD rp e.,O i'I
of the _MERCHANPS 'OOF AVOR'S and Carpenter"iByIlNGS
the fact that for some years' ast IVI McCul+-desTlB Il)ltfp t "i.trd
ieeted with the House of and 4th .,,-[ w T.'. tbqii
P. B. Thurber & CO, Murray's iRiaiehiet(1AtMAtiT1?97 'A'nM
Trter sand Manufacturers of Food Exercise BOO IgA per K r g.NYM MoO
Products Music PAIPR, D. Ah W ILtBP ew":'I
.Podc.., ': "Tooth BRUSHES WIyPE )' -
y, Reade &nd.,I;pdsopiMrps, ERS HiTA'TOx f.HS
New -York Ciity,.. .-vRed-SllWi't TIT m A
timehas attended personally to Bone and ottiiaW444P ...
Itermuda Orders, so that he is Bill FILES -
iar Awith the watv tsaftat Island Slate PENCILS, iWeod and Common
a to. Food. PEodacts-and Gro- ."ip, "iViat' fa id l
S. Marking INK Carri.ag rtrjg., j4.CILS
at may be entrusted to hiwilhn CameMi HlairaN C- r" rt.& r .
I promptly fillecld.'wish.the ur. YAI'<(r
will receive all the advantages der d Plae, asortPd sizLs
1 Jili cIsrhaMeisis. Thur- pu1 it, WPXs g &c., &:
m t$,give. A trial order, no zWM1/P,"W 7l1rnnack 18iI;
1, may result,- in mutual be fit ,'e- noeS im*lHmn
eeadt b d Hamilton, Feby.* 1W'18 .
E YWMINICK, Jv s
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', 4l i *rd eu I&'lf tjIntatly
aowit~WHi ~,aISurnished at the
st prie, Also, make to order
ie y(io.(Arest, Monogram, &c.,
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where I1nsaiadbIsi&awl,'i
C ( i jtt ~l(p4t.fvotiq~e .-Agents
J~esrs. G EOR*)&&
Water Street.


in ~l~yit6e S~t~Ma fl tvtv 1'ersl`
FOR ~LlPEIZPOOL;
h- CALLINdT'A T'Q'y FONWN,;
-LEAYE NEW YORK


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REID STREET, .HAMILTON.
"Consignihents maiWd to first class Houses
New Ybrk, TPhiladelphia arid onaob.
. Ftil.MlRkct Riates paid for Produce thzrugl
out the Season. ,
Advances mad9 on Consignments.
Hiamifton, April'4th, IM81.--tf


ARIZONA sails Tuesday Ari'i 5, at"'lO im.
SVWISOQQN'IN stirs Tuesd.y April 12, at 3 p.m.
SABYSSINIA sails Tuesday April 26, at 3,p.rm,,
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at 8 a.m. ,,
ARIZONA sails Tuesday May 10, at 2 p.m.
, S P E 1 C AL 0 TI C7'0 1 WISCONI sai' Thesday May 17,at8 a.m.
; ,, .. The above Steamers are built expressly for
Direct MonthilySte .am Communi- the Trade, hhve- five watrtig|>t bulklkeads, and:
S-' c b carryexprienedOfficers, surgeons and Stew-
!, ./> .caiOn'between ardessegsle Th0eSaloou*Aeeomm6dations are un-
do % 1". surpassed by any A tlautic S'eamerseVsilidtho
B erm udaa unio 'n State Roodms areotimain "deckt opening'ant- the
S. "Saloon, thus seeing tht gre comfort in
",n. ...... 1 o ,, j, Thursday .... ocean travel, perftrt venatilatidn tnd:i taigh.''
in hLo ot .,,USanoing Rpom, Ilath Room and Piano on
in each month. .ne pu ,'r .
SP. AT KINS'TCT0., Commission Mer- each S'tb mer*
R PATK don,.-CO.,it Commnents Or Mer, The U. S. Mail Steamer Ber mudarioi er
ehants, Lodon, eete 1indents fortevery Stem-mudae Thursdays, generally arrivetat New York
ciiption of Goods-Tor shptnent by' these Steam- o iMoiday,,an Pansgers' bagag'can he
er st. rket Ratessecured for consign- transferred direct to the Liverpool Steame il-
Hik'hest Market Rates secured for eonsign- ... ,da ., ,!.> "
ments of Bermuda Produce. xginextdily. A a
o/ 'for Feight, Passage, and all information, VV LLlAMS & N,
An nI to Agent',


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SIMM ~EL'3S .il'IT VINEGAR, a pleasant
i tonic and ge re ing"a'dj'ihet to the Toilet and

RIMMEL'8 CELEBRATED LAVENDER
WATER. ^"
RIMIMEL'8iTREBJE -aSTIt.EB IA DE
COLOGN..,, ; i
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grant Perfume.
RIMMELa V LMF J jtE Jar).E 'M1I t NE
gives the hair a beautiftrl -gl*' ahia inipart anr
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIMMEL'S PITAE WHITE GLYCERINE
iSQAP, 0LJA, WX" 'UN Sp WNEY
Toilet oaps ui bars or E akes.
RIMMELS 'VELNET!NV, 'IOLET, RICE,
ROSELEAF atideter boxes, batrealsAad pack s,,e'r 7, ..
,aRI ELJ 8'a .U^DENTI Eea ens
and preserves the t I ^r e ,ihe south, and
sweetensthe breath, .. ., /- .
RIMMEL'S AROMATIC' E,'IrtNa-
tural Air purifier, afal'rth rjP'ov ic isea
the healthy and refresh ing-efihnenons-y'a i Eile
E. RIMM',il't R.
H. Princenaof-Walas, 96,AStrand, LogllonpimnA 17
Boulevard d4*iI4Aifn,APhki'i' -.i .x.,(T &
May 7v,187t. .o(t .o([ f .x l.(f


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