BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL AIDVERTSER AND RECORDER.
No. 24.-Vol. EVII. STATE SUPER T AS 24s, per Ann2
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BERMU 1 D A. b His Excellency the Governor having laid before
--- "the Board a Message addressed to him by the
[Procecdingsof:the Honorable Legislative "Honorable House of Assembly requesting him to
Council.' "lay before the House the Vouchers and Accounts
1" in accordance with the Annual Report of the
Tuesday, 7th June, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn- Board of Works, the Board requested H is Excel.
ment the House met. "lency to forward to the House the Vouchers and
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, Accounts left by the late Colonial Surveyor in
P resideonor Josiaht; support of his expenditure up to the date when
President; he ceased to superintend the Public Works car-
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling, tried out under the direction of the Board, and
James H. Trimingham, "to inform the Honorable House that since the
Eugenius Harvey, death of Mr. Ness, there has been no Colonial
Joseph H. Harvey, Surveyor, and that the Gentleman temporally
James Tucker, Recr. Genl., "appointed to superintend the Public Works of
G. S. Tucker, the Colony has made no money payments and
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty., has had no public monies passing through his
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, C.R.E. hands, but that every expenditure on Public Works
A Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Law has, since Mr. Ness's death been paid direct from
relating to Jurors," was brought up from the theTreasury to each individual claimant, and that
House of Assembly and read a first time. the receipts and Vouchers for all these payments
The following Messages, from His Excellency are guarded in the Colonial Treasury as the
the Governor were delivered by the Colonial See. Receiver General's Vouchers for his expenditure,
retary :- and that as such they have already been exam-
(No. 10.) ined and audited by the Treasury Committee of
(N.10) "the House." '
R. M. LAFFAN, The Board of Works requests His Excellency
Major-General, the Governor to inform the Honorable House of
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. Assembly that since the date of Mr. Ness's death
the accounts only of the expenditure on Public
The Governor has the honor to lay before and to Works have remained in possession of the Board,
recommend to the favorable consideration of the as the Vouchers in support of these accounts
Honorable Legislative Council the enclosed copy of when sent into the Treasury are guarded there
a letter addressed to him by the Postmaster at St. as the Vouchers of the accounts of the Receiver
George's, dated 24th May, 1881, representing the General. If under these circumstances, the Ho.
necessity ofproviding a clerk to assist him in the norable House of Assembly thinks it necessary
duties of his office, also a report thereon from the that those original Vouchers should be taken
Colonial Postmaster, dated 1st June 1881, in which from the Treasury and sent to the House for ex-
that official endorses the statements made by Mr. amination it will be necessary that his Excellen-
Ward and supports his application for a clerk. cey should obtain them from the Receiver Gene-
Public Buildings, Hamilton, ral."
4th June, 1881. The Governor has the honor to inform
the Honorable House of Assembly that he finds
(No. 11.) that the Honorable Receiver General has a strong
R. M. LAFFAN, objection to allow any of the originalVouchers which
Major-General, are guarded by him in support of his Accounts to
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, leave his Office unless he is enabled to have certi-
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon. fled copies of these Vouchers made and guarded in
orable Legislative Council that it is reported to him their place, and as these Vouchers are very numer-
by the Receiver General that of the sum of two ous and some of them voluminous the Gover-
hundred pounds(C200) voted by Resolve No. 14 of nor finds that the work of copying them would
1880, to provide for the supervision and manage- be one of considerable time and would entail a eon-
meit of Public Works, there has been expended up siderable amount of expense to the Public, and the
to the 31st of May ultimo, the sum of 196 2/8 Governor therefore has the honor to suggest to the
leaving only a balance of 3 17/4 available for the Honorable House whether it would not more
service on effectually meet the wishes of the House---which
The Governor trusts that the Legislature will be are always to watch over and keep down public
good enough to vote a further sum to provide for expenditure-if the Audit Committee appointed to
,the continued supervisionand management of Pub- examine the Colonial Surveyor's ALcounts would
lie Works during the vacancy in the office of Co- be good enough to carry out their examination of
lonial Surveyor, those Accounts in the Receiver General's Office
lonial Surveyor. where every necessary document would be placed
Public Buildings, Hamilton, before them and where the Gentleman now Super-
6th June, 1881. intending the Public Works of the Colony would
The House resumed in Committee the consider- attend upon them to afford any explanation they
action of the Draft Copy of Rules, submitted by the might require.
Sub-Committee of the Council, for the guidance Public Buildings, Hamilton,
of the Council. 6th June, 1881.
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
On motion the Committee rose.
The House resumed. N O7T I% C [A
The Chairman reported progress and obtained 11U VI
lave to sit again. U N --
Ordered, that the Draft copy of Rules for the T 9 I[ li
guidance of the Council, submitted by the Sub- ill be Received at the Hamilton
Committee, be set down for consideration on the Co be eei at he a it
next day of meeting. .F Co Operative Store
Adjourned to Friday next, the 10th instant, at Until 17th instant, from persons willing
11-80, a.m. TO BUI LD BY CONTRACT
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
Rouse of Assembly.
-*Wednesday, 8th June, 1881.-On motion of the
Attorney General, the House considered in Com-
mittee of the whole the Governor's Message No.
12, relating to the temporary Supervision of Public
Mr. Fowle in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom-
mended to the House to make further temporary
provision for the discharge of the Duties of the Co-
lonial Surveyor's Office during the existing vacancy
-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the resolu-
tion of the Committee.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve pro-
viding for the supervision and management of the
Public Works during the vacancy in the office of
Colonial Surveyor- bch was read a first time.
Adjourned to Frid ayext.
Wild Birds protection Bill.
The Governor'S Message No. 7, with petition
from St. David's Lighthouse Keeper.
ResolvelprOviding for the temporary duties of the
Colonial Surveyor's Office.
Resolve providing for payment of balance due on
Timlin's Narrows expenditure.
Resolve for resuming overplus of grant for des-
troying" Carolina Z."
Resolve providing for Survey of Stags and Hog-
For next meeting but one.-
Messages from His Excellency the Governor laid
before the House of Assembly on Monday 6th
No. 11. (No. 10,as above to the Legislative Council.)
No. 12. (No. 11, as above to do.
No. 13, as follows :--
Full particulars made know on application at
the Store. Tenders to be directed :
PRESIDENT, Hamilton Co-Operative
WM. H. T. JOELL,
1amilton, June 6. I881.-2
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M U. .O. ..Fs., ,1 F.s.
Loyal Flower o/tkIe Day
LODGE No. 6,347,
HALIFAX, N.S., DISTRICT,
MEETS at WATER STREET,
Opposite the Town Hall,
St. Georges, Bermuda,
EVERY ALTERNATE THURSDAY.
Winter at 7 p.m. Summer 8 p.m.
T. H. BATTERSBEE,
P l l- A B hRtnh O-.h a t1i A. Ord nd norrli l
.b.-* ll .J~ b..i1r soL it r k Ler aret. cLoru at-
R.rM. LAFFAN, ly invited to attend.
Major-General, ay 31, 1881.-3
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. ay .-3
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon- TITINTER clothing at any price, at the E"i-
orable House of Assembly, in reply to the Message V porun.
addressed to him by the House on the 1st instant, ....
requesting him to lay before the House the Vouch- a C- -1
sera and Accounts connected with the Annual Re- W. a a C O '
port of the Board of Works, that he has received a U '68 0" -u .
from the Board of Works the following communi- ENGIS11 PREFERREI).
cation: Apply to F. O. QUARTERS, BOAZ
Resolution No. 2, passed at a meeting of the 1881
Board of Works held on the 6th June, 1881. May 31, 1881.
THE BALANCE OF GOODS BELONGING
To tho Estate of the lafo
CHIARLES MORV(oGA, E-, :R..
WILL BE SOLD)
By Public .Sale,
The 16th inst., at 11 o'clock,
At the Store near the Navy Cricket
G ENTS' and Youths' Black' and Tweed
Gents' Col. and Brown Linen Drill PANTS
Gents' Drawers and Skin SHIRTS
RIBBONS GLCV.'E-: BRAIDS
Window GLASS CROCKERY
Glass LAMPS and other Glass WARE
PAINTS, Consisting of VERDIGRIS, :Mliddle
GREEN, BLUE, YELLOW, Spsanish
BROWN, White LEAD and ZINK
UMBER and DRIERS
Paint, Whitewash and Shoe IBRUSHES
AND MANY OTHER GOODS
WVell worth the attention of House-
G. W. YOUNG,
Soinerset, June 4th, 1831.
T'he unmdersigned offer for Sale
Barrels V. P. SUGAR,
Barrels Barbados Muscovado.
1 1x3 Raiiing at id per ruinni:an fot
Pitch Pine Pickets, ( feet jon E, 3 inc. '
planed and pointed.
Scarinting.-2 by 8, 5 by 5, 2 by 3, 3 by 4
26 by 5, 2A by 6, 2 by 6, 2 by 4
At 14s per 100 feet superficial.
Inch Spruce, very narrow, and
For fences, &c., at i0s. per 100 feet superficial.
For Cash only, at Is, 3d. each.
T 1IOTT & COX.
Hamilt in, Bermnda, June 7, 1881.-2
CLOTHING Youths' suits, Tweed for 16/at
Office of' arer & Mer-
S0 COMMISSION MER CH ANTS
IMPOrlTE'itS OF FOREIGr FRUITS.
50, 52 and-54 North Delaware Avenue end 49,
51 and 53 North Water Street.
PHILADELPHIA, IMAY 24Tr, 1881.
IN answer to inquiries received daily as to
whether or not we will receive consignments
of Vegetables and Fruits from Florida and other
Southern Districts we beg to say that we have
extra facilities, and have made-special arrange-
ments for handling such shipments, and we are
certain that no house in Philadelphia or the
United States will try harder to give shippers
entire satisfaction. Ours isnota ONE-ORSE
CONCERN. We have been established in
business in Philadelphia for the past fifteen
years. By hard work and strict attention to the
interests of our patrons we have built up an im-
menso business, and our store is to-day the lar-
gest Fruit and Produce Establishment in Ame-
rica, or the World. We do not ask you to take
our word for it. If you will make inquiries or
come and see us you will be convinced of the
truth of what we assert. Growers and shippers
should know all abont the character, standing
and responsibility of firms to whom they ship. It
is these one-horse concerns, without character,
responsibility or brains, that demoralize our
markets and demoralize shippers. YOU
SHOULD KNOW ALL ABOUT Pu'rITES
TO WIOM YOU SHIP. We solicit con-
signments and we court investigation. We
have trade for everything in the Fruit and Pro-
duce line. Account sales .ind remittances will
be forwarded the day goods are sold. Stencils
furnished on application. (hCorrespondence so-
licited. A.! ioqoiri,, ,.heerfully answered. We
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The Uaid(rsioled has been favored
with instructions to sell,
By PUr'IC ATCA CTIOK,
30th June, 1881,
Commencing at 12, noon,
THE WHOLE OF THE VALUABLE
T-OITSEHOLT D FURNITURE,
Of Mr. T. T. N gent,
In the. Rooms over his Store, opposite the
Main Guard in St. George,
Comprising in part:-
Bed Room A'o. I.
2 Spring MATTRESSES (hair)
BUREAU with GLASS
Night, COMMODE with China Fixtures and
Clothes PRESS Iron CHEST
Small Rocking CHAIR
4 Walnut CHAIRS
' WASHSTAND Marble Top
BUREAU Marble Top
Bed Room 0No. 2.
CARPET Iron BEDSTEAD
S Hair MATTRESS
2 Straw MATTRESSES
Mahogany Chest DRAWERS
Oak Do. Do. with GLASS
Towel HORSE Rocking CHAIR
Iron CHEST WASHSTAND
Bed Room DELF.
Bed Room .No. 3.
2 MATTRESSES Straw MATTRESSES
2 Small CHAIRS.
Room No. 4.
MAHOGANY Centre TABLE,
Roand Do. Do.
TABLE with Marble Top
Rosewood Card TABLE
LOUNGE Crystal CHANDELIER
Cane Seat Easy CHAIR
12 Oval Oak Dining CHAIRS
Oak Extension TABLE
TABLE with Mahogany Sides
6 BUREAUS, with GLASSES
LAMPS BOOKS Hat RACKS
Chambers' Pictorial and Illustrated
in 2 volumes,
Containing the following subjects;
Geography, Grammar, Theology,
Cooking STOVE Meat SAFE
POTS and KETTLES CROCKERY
W, T. ROBERTS,
Mr. J. T. NUGENT being about to leave
these Islands on a short visit to England,
takes this opportunity to thank the Public for
the kind patronage he has received, and trusts
that during his short absence his friends will
not fail to patronize his store as heretofore.
St. George's, May 31, 1881.
A Steady man of good Character,
TO ATTEND A
And for General service.
Apply at CAVENDI SH
rTHE cheapest store in Hamilton is the Em-
S. J. Canton 4 Son,
Watch epairers and Jewellers
BF G to inform the Public that they intend
S car'yino, on their business in their Shop
recently occbyc d by the late MR. BAaTI .O-
r I.w, i'arliament Streer, opposite the Post
solici 3our c, rn.ninru, upd promising our ncE.
best efforts in your ihlt, we beg to subscribe WATGl l.O WKS, E MusicalERY,
,,rs q PIi AN'DtE AAN PL Tliq,'pI)-\vAiiF, Musical
SESour i bre: atU, M NTN Repaired at
) c shotc.st notio'n.
Ai i 'i Gold and Sitver Finger Uings and Ear Rings
Bermuda Acnts, made to order.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS., All work done by them warranted to give
Reid Street, Hamilton, satisfaction.
9 4,n 2 3. Hamilton, May 21st, 1881.
R. B. Y. Club' Regatta.
T IHE ANNUAL RACE for H. R. H. T[E
DUKE of EDINBURGH'S CHAL-
LENGE CUP will take- plahice over an' old
Bermuda Course in the
On Friday, 24th June,
To be started at 11 a.m.
There will be an ADDITIONAL RACE
over the same course for a Purse,
to be raised by subscription and to be divided
in 1st and 2nd Prizes, ths and Ith of amount
This Race to be open to ALL COMERS, to
be sailed according to R. B. Y. C. Rules, and
a Member of the Club to be on board each
Boat during the Race. No Boat allowed ,to
enter for this Race unless the Owner, or per-
son entering, is a Subscriber of at least 20/ to
Flag of Leeward Stake-boat will be dipped
ten minutes before the Start in both Races.
All Boats to be entered with Tonnage and
Flag, on or before Saturday 1Sth, June, at
store of H. R. Hunt, Esqr.
Entrance Fee for Second Race 10/.
Subscription Lists open at the R. B. Y.
Club and store of H. R. Hunt, Esqr.
M. S. HUNT,
Secretary to Sailing Committee.
6th June, 1881.
Wines for the Season.
C LAIRT i ( inlorted annually for 3-2
SAUTERNE years from same House in
DO Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
1)0. St. Peray
SHiER RY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle
GOSLIA f BROS.,
Hamilton and St. Georges,
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881.
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within a leow
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and.
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
,oir interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
soMn goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name 'are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have. cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THfURBER'S
H. K. & F. B. TItURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocers ''
and all will got them if requested'to doso.--6m.
In Hhds,, Half' Hhds, and' Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & CO.
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
Sole Agent, .
St. George's, Bermuda
l83l.-3'u 3p, 9m tp.
rHIE Undersigned Ichthy Taxid-
ermist Hamilton, Bermuda, is prepared
toIMOUNT FISH for Jabinets by the method
lately devised by Dr. Dlavidson, which more
perfectly retains their forms and colors than
Specimens of his work may be seen at his
Laboratory, opposite tie Hamilton Hotel, or qt
his Dwelling House, East Broadway. -
ROBERT BEDINGFIE LD,
May 21, 1881.-3
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY RliPORF OF THE WEATHER at I Ayes 11.-Messrs. F M Cooper, N J Darrell, R 7--S. S. Ceto, Tucker, London ; 1,174 boxes and 63
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the D Frare-, W J Frith, A J Hodsdon, W S Mas- bls onions, 141 empty casks, and 20 tons baggage.
5th and 12th June 1881 high above the sea ters, A M Oudney, J W Pearman, T J Pearman, 8-Schr. Leonora, Bonsey, Boston; 100 bls potatoes
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. I W R Penison, R Tynes. 4,350. boxes onions.
Nays 6.-Messrs. Speaker J A Atwood, R J P 9-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst, New
Darrel, T N Dill, S B Gray, E. H Gosling, S A York; 2,0124 bls and 2 boxes potatoes, 11,242 boxes
= ?* Sand 2 bls onions, 6,669 boxes and 50 crates tomatoes,
aS Harvey, C C Keane, T D Middleton, T W Mercer, crate cucumbers. oes and 50 crates tomatoes,
une A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge, C Peniston, J 10-Norwegian Barque, Nyborg, Poulsson, Tybee;
1881 General Remarks, N Smith, T F J Tucker, W II Wilkinson. ballast.
1881 The Attorney General's motion was affirmed. Schr. N. E. Symonds, Keene, New York; 4,048 boxes
oon The House resumed and adopted the Resolve- onions, 47 bls. potatoes,
Which was ordered to be engrossed. Barque Sir G. F. Seymour, Watlington, London; 104
6 NW 3 74 72 29-900 0*08 Fine The Resolve for paying the balance of expendi- kegs arrowroot, 1,100 boxes onions, 16 pkgs potatoes,
7 sw 2 77 73 30-030 0-00 Fine ture on Timlin's Narrows Channel, was read a 684 hides, 534 skins, 62 pkgs tallow, 920 horns, 140
8 aw 2 78 75 30-070 0"00 Fine second time and committed.' empty casks, 230 tons government stores.
9 SSE 2 30 77 30"020 0-00 Fine Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. 11-Brigt. A. G. Jewett, Reed, New York; 9,314
10 SSE 3 79 77 30070 000 Fine, hazy Mr. Cooper moved that the Committee rise and boxes onions, 797; bs380bl potatoes
11 SSE 4 10 78 30-060 0'00 Fine, hazy report progress-which was affirmed. 606 boxes and 19 bls onions.
:12 ssn 679 78 30"020 0"00 Cloudy, hazy Ayes 23.-Nays 2. CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. The House resumed. ENTERED
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again. June 10-Royal Mail Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax;
SThe Resolve for resuming the overplus of the English mail of 26th May and goods for merchants.-
expense for the removal or destruction of the Agents, J. M. Hayward.
S" Carolina Z" was read a second time, committed, CLEARED
reported, adopted and ordered to be engrossed. June 10-Schr. Azeldo and Lauro, Jordenson, Demer-
Hamilton, June 14, 1881. The Resolve providing for a Survey of the Stags ara; 1,156boxes and 22,bls. onions, 393 b1s. potatoes,
.- and Hog-fish Channels, was read a second time and 3 bls. beef, 6 bls. pork, &c.
committed. Schr. Hound, Laseur Cuba ; assorted cargo
B E R M U D A. Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. German Brig Diana, Frericks, New York; inward
-.- The Resolve was adopted. cargo, sugar, &c.
The Attorney General moved that the 2nd blank Royal Mail Steamer, Beta, Shaw, Jamaica; mails,
Proceedings of.the Honorable Legislative in the Resolve be filled up 20 feet." and assorted cargo,
Council. Mr. S. C. Outerbridge moved that it be filled up PASSENGERS.
,, 1881.--d" "24 feet." In the S. S. Ceto from Nassau-Rev. Mr. and Mrs
Friday, 10th June, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn- The Attorney General's motion was affirmed. Littlewood.
meant the House met. Ayes 20.-Nays 2. Iu the R. I. SteamerBeta, from Halifax, on Thurs-
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, The House resumed. day last:-Rev. S. A. Darnell, Chaplain to the For-
President; The Chairman reported the Resolve with the ces, Mrs. Darnell and 2 children, Capt. Harris, 86th
The Honorable A. J. Musson, blanks filled up-and it was adopted and ordered Regt., Mrs. Nelmes, Miss Nelmes, Mrs. Lightbourn.
T W o A to be engossed Surgeon Keogh, Army Medical Department.-2nd
Win. H. Gosling, to be engrossed. abin, Mrs. Fowler, Sergt. Keeting, wife and 2 child-
S EJames H. Trimingham, Ordered, that Mr. R. J. P. Darrell, Mr. Cooper, ren, J. M. Grant, Sarah Bowers.
Eugenius Harvey, and Mr. Wilkinson, be a Committee to examine In the Mail Steamer:Orinoco, yesterday from New
: Joseph H. Harvey, and report upon the Accounts for contingencies York : Revd J. Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Atwood,
I James Tucker, Recr. Genl., to the 31st May last. Mrs. Watkins, Messrs, Darkin, Thomas H. Out-
k G. S. Tucker, Ordered, on motion of Mr. Cooper that the fol- erbridge and E. W. Outerbridge.-2nd Cabin.-A,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty., lowing Message be sent to his Excellency the Gov- Moitt, and 7 in Steerage.
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, C.R.E. ernor :- In the S. S. Ceto for London :-Mrs. Davis and 3
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Law May itplease Your Excellency daughters, Major Gumming, R.A.
relating to Jurors," was read the second time. n the Mail Steamer Famborough on Thursday last
The House went into Committee thereon. The House of Assembly respectfully request that for New YorklMrs. Harley Trott, Miss Estelle Jones,
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair. Your Excellency will be pleased to lay before the Dr. D. C. Trott and Captain Cooper.-2ndJCabin,-
The Committee rose. House the Accounts appertaining to the Expendi. Edward Olderaft, W. Olderaft,917 men orew of Bar-
The House resumed. ture incurred by the R. E. Department in improv- que Lincolnshire, and 8 men crew of Bark Conrad
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend. ing Timlin's Narrows and the destruction of the Holberg.
meant. "Carolina Z." In H. G. Jewett, for New York, Capt. Barnett
The House adopted the report. Adjourned to Monday next. and Mr. Fredk. B. Smith.
ation f tuse resumed in Committee the consider- --- In Schr. Meteor, for Barbadoes, Messrs. W. A. F.
of then o ilraft Copy of Rules for the guidance Monday, 18th June.-Mr. Oudney moved, that the Lightbourn, M. 0. Tankard, Edger Tucker, H. C.
f thles 1onil minutes of the last meeting be amended by insert- Greaves, Mrs Simmons and daughter.
On mi2, and t 8, were severally agreed to. ing the following words after the words The At- In the Sir G. F. Seymour, for London, Edwin
ThOn motion the Committe rose. torney General replied to the questions"-put to Jones, Esq., Mr. W. Ieyle, Mrs. Chalmers, Mrs.
The House resumed. him by Mr. Oudney, that there is no Statue law in Ewin, Master Arthur Webster.
leave Chato sitrman reported progress and obtained Bermuda on the subject of Burials, but the Comn- The Barque Kate Melick (Br.) from Liverpool for
Adjoured to Tuesday next, the 14th instant, t n Law or Practice restricted the forms of burial New York arrived at the Halifax N. S. Quarantine
110,Adjourned to Tuesday ext, the 14th instat, at in Parish Churchyards to those of the Church of Station on the 7th instant, with two cases of Small-
England. pox on board. The vessel would not be allowed to
His Honor the Speaker overruled the motion. i come up to the city. She would be fumigated and
BERM DA. The figures "25" were substituted for "20" i then proceed on her voyage.
ER UD .*A Mr. Fraser's motion for filling up the amount voted then proceed on her voyage.
.-rat- of heProeedn for the temporary supervision of Public Works. HENCE AT NEW YOR :-The Sohr. B ortensa on
Abstract of e P proceedings of the honorablee Mr. Fraser gave notice that on the 3rd reading of the 2nd inst., the barque Eliza Barsa on the 4th
Bouse ofAssembly. the Resolve for providing for the temporary super- and the Schr. Abbie Bursley on the 8th.
Friday, lOh June.-Mr. Oudney asked the Attr- vision of Public Works, &c., he will move that The Lucy W Snow, cleared atLiverpool for Ber-
ney General (as the Government representative in or- 125 be appropriated for that service, the said muda May 23.
this House) whether there exists in these Islands sum being equivalent to six months pay of the Co- The Artizan was loading at Swansea for Bermu.
any Law repugnant to the law of the Mother Coun- lonial Surveyor, as sanctioned Law. da May 26.
try which authorises and entitles any Christian Dr. Outerbridge gave notice that on the third
Minister to bury members of his Denomination in reading of the Bill To amend the Law relating to EIGHTEEM ToN GUms.-There have been landed
Parish Churchyards, with the funeral rites andce the Protection of Wild Birds," he will move that recently on the North shore of Devonshire, below
remonies of such Denomination. And if any such 'Cranes and Herons he added to the Schedule. Fort Langton, under the direction of Lieutenant
Law does exist to lay it before this House for s Mr. R. J. P. Darrell, from the Committee for W. W. Griffin, R. A., three 10 inch R. M. L. guns,
information. or i examining the accounts of the Public Treasury pro- of 18 tons weight, by parbuckling them on long
The Attorney General replied to the question seated a Report. skids (20'x156'xl5) over the side of a 40 ton barge.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to amend On motion of Mr. Wadson the House consider- Before parbuckling the guns had to be skidded
the Audit Act 1879-which was read a first time ed in Committee of the whole House, the Estimate sufficiently high by working hydraulic lifting jacks
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to pro- of Revenue and Expenditure presented by him for at the breech and muzzle alternately, to enable the
vide a clerk for the Colonial Surveyor-which was the year ending 30th June, 1882. Mr. J. W. Pear- long skids to be launched under them with their
read a first time. man in the chair. ends resting on the centre of barge. The first gun
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to make Additional votes upon the Estimate. is now in Fort Langton, having been conveyed
more effectual provision for the recording of Wills Addition to vote for Post Office service, 250. thither on a sleigh on rollers. Their carriages and
and Deeds in the Secretary's Office-which was Mr. Wadson moved that the sum estimated for platforms have yet to be landed. Also, four 64
read a first time. salaries be 10,457. pounders on Moncrieff carriages which complete
The Bill to amend the Law relating to the pro- The Attorney General moved that it be 10,600. the armament of the fort.
tection of Wild Birds-was read a second time and Mr. Wadson's motion was affirmed. Ayes 25.
committed. Nays 3. The results of the Crop Season, now drawing to
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. 70 estimated for providing an iron safe for con- a gradual close, are likely to prove such as to de-.
Clauses from 1 to 6 agreed to, training the Records of the-Court of Chancery. monstrate very clearly the benefits that would
The Attorney General moved that the 3rd blank 10 for a hand Engine at the Lunatic Asylum. accrue to the Agricultural classes particularly
in the 6th clause be filled in" eight." 15 for Walls round the refractory cells there, from the formation of an Association of the Plant.
Mr. Fowle moved that that blank be filled up 400 for new quarters at St. David's Light ers calculated to improve cultivation, reaping, de-
our"-whih was agreed to. House. livering, shipping and marketing of the crop. By
7th clause agied to. 1 to refund Mr. Hayward for extraexpnses at a firm association, fully prepared with reliable
7Th causcee wsagreed to. ta Li ht rHfus. yp s statistics, the operations might be so conducted
Mr. DilThe proposed to add to the Schedule King- Mr. C. Peniston moved a Vote for a verandah that a weak market might be strengthened, and a
flsher"-which was agreedto. chedule at the Signal Station at Mt. Langton, which was healthy one largely sustained. Thereturns of the
Mr. Wilkinson proposed to add Wood Peck- negative. Ayes 10. Nayes 15. question is a fair one -" How might the situa-
er --which was agreed to. For expenditure at Timlin's Narrows, 500, question is a fair one:-" How might the situa-
Mr. R. J Darrell proposed to add Rice For deepening Staggs Channel, 500. tion have been improved by a combined action
bird"-which was agreed to. Mr. C. Peniston moved an additional grant for among our Agriculturists ?"
The House resumed. Steam Communication with New York of 100-|
The Chairman reported the Bill as amended and which was negatived. The Halifax Chronicle, June 2nd, contains an
it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed. Ayes 5. Nays 21. Advertisement signed by F. D. Corbett & Co.,
SMr. C. Peniston moved that a sum be estimated general Agents of the Quebec Steamship Company
A Message from His Excellency the Governor :- for additional buildings at Non Such Island Quar- (marked for 3 months) giving the Company's pro-
No. 14.) antine. gramme, from which we extract:-
R. M. LAFFAN, The House resumed. "New York and Bermuda Line.-The magnifi-
Major-General, The Chairman reported progress and obtained cent new steamship Orinoco leaves New York for
anComneri leave to sit again. Bermuda every alternate Thursday."
veernot and Oommander.in-Chief. *Ordered, on motion of Mr. Cooper, that the fol- Can the zealous Bermuda Agents confirm this
The Governor has the honor to forward herewith lowing message be sent to His Excellency the piece of intelligence, which would prove so grati-
to the Honorable House of Assembly the Accounts Governor: tying to our general public.
of the Public Creditors made up to the 31st day of MAY IT PLEASE Youn EXCELLENCY; ..
May last in compliance with the request contained The House of Assembly respectfully request that The Honorable James McDonald has been sworn
in the Message from the Honorable House dated your Excellency will be pleased to direct that the in as Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, Sir William
the 26th May,.1881. St. David's Light House Machinery be inspected Young, who held the appointment for several
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1 and to report to this House as to its efficiency. years, having resigned. Two vacancies has thus
10th June, 1881. J The Attorney General gave notice that on the been caused in the Dominion Parliament, viz.:-
No. 15.) 3rd reading of the Wild Birds protection Bill he for Colchester and Pictou. Elections for those
R. 15. LAFA. will move to insert a clause providing the mode in places are to come off on the 18th inst.
R. M. LAFFAN,. which penalties under the Act are to be enforced. Over *300,000 was subscribed within 48 hours in
Major-General, Mr. Cooper gave notice to move a Clause that Halifax to erect a cotton mill, and form a company
Governor and Commarnder-in-6Chief. "Quails" may be shot between the slet of Septem- there.
The Governor has the honor to forward herewith her and the 31st December. Eight hundred head of cattle were shipped on
for the information of the Honorable House of Adjourned to Wednesday next. board the Oxenholm, which sailed from Montreal
Assembly s plan, prepared by the Superintendent Orders :- on Saturday, 5th inst., tor Liverpool. It is the
of Colonial Works, of the proposed Public Wharf Supply Bill. largest cargo of cattle ever shipped from that port.
at Spithead, together with an Estimate of the cost Survey of Staggs and Hogfish Channels Res-,lvo. West's wharf and adjacent property, including a
of building the same, in accordance with the re- Temporary Provision for the duties of Coiunial portion of the RoyalNaval Yard, has been obtained
quest contained in the Message of the honorable Surveyor's Office Resolve. by the Dominion Government for the purpose of
House dated the 30th ol May, 1881. Wild Birds protection Bill forming a deep water terminus of the Intercolonial
House dte the 3t o M 11 il d irds protection Bill.d t i ,. i at
P.A.Away, Cnd th ImP LL-nUfinn .f a Grai n RInvalor-
Pruoic Buildings, Hamilton,:
10th June, 1881. 1
On motion of the Attorney General the Gover-
nor's message, No. 7, relating to another Keeper at
St. David's Light House, was considered in Comn.
Mr. Cooper in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom-
mended to the House to make provision for the
appointment of a Second Assistant Keeper at St.
David's Light House, which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
If the Committee.
The Resolve providing for the temporary super-
vision of Public Works, &o., was read a second
time and committed.
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Resolve was agreed to.
The Attorney General moved that the blank be
filled up "200."
Mr. Fraser moved that the blank be filled up
S4l120"--which was negatived,
Jane 7-S. S. Ceto, Tucker, Nassau, N. P.; 300 tons
phosphate, 200 tons, sponge, shells and cotton, 100-
000 pine apples, for London.-Agents, R. P. Atkins
Sehr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbadoes, sugar & molass-
es to Thomas J Wadson.
8--Schr. Leonora, Bonsey, Boston; ballast to J. T.
Darrell & C o.
Brigt. A. G. Jewitt, Reed, New York; assorted cargo
to S. S. Inghani
9-Schr. N. E. Symonds, Keone, New York ; assort-
td cargo to J. T. Darrell and Co.
Schr. Maggie, Campbell, St. Thomas ; assorted cargo
to J. H. T. Jackson.
13-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York; assort-
ed cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
Tune 6-Schr. Hannah Coomer, Craig, Philadelphia;
143 bls. potatoes, 2,837, boxes onions, 32 boxes toma-
toes and 3 boxes arrowroot.
i-vaiiway, ana e erecuon oz a an Vlau r~evuor.
Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock, has, it is said,
been instrumental in obtaining from the Imperial
Government that portion of the Naval Yard grant-
ed for this object.
THE FORTUNE BAY AFEAIR-AN AMICABLE
SETTLEM ENT.-Washington, June 2, 1881.-Sir
Edward Thornton, this afternoon, gave to Secre-
tary Blaine a draft on London Bank for 15000
sterling, the sum agreed upon as compensation for
damages inflicted on American Fishermen in the
Fortune Bay affair. This final settlement has been
made with the best of feeling on the part of both
Governments. Neither side, however, has sur.
rendered to the other its construction of the fishery
articles in the treaty of 1871. The money will be
promptly distributed among the rightful claimants.
ORAN, ALGERIA, June 5.-M. Bringard, Inspector
of Telegrams, and his escort, have been massacred
etweea Frenda and Geryville, 26 men were killed,
Arrival of the English Mail of the
The R. M. Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw, from
Halifax, arrived at St. George's on Thursday after-
noon last, bringing the English Mail of the 26th
Captain Shaw, with his usual attention, sent us
files of Halifax papers of 6th inst.
LONDON, June 2.-Sir Stafford Northcote, speak-
ing at a Conservative demonstration in Manchesoer
last evening, observed that he thought that there
were not ten men in the House of Commons who
believed in the Land Bill.
The iron clad Monarch will be stationed at Tunis
to project British interests.
ST. PETERSBoU, June 2.-It is reported that the
Czar's reception of Gen. Skobeleff was cold, and
that he received neither decoration nor promotion.
-Russian political police arranged to send agents
to attack Russian socialists in all the principal
cities of Europe.
LONDON, June 3.--The House of Commons ad-
journs over from the 4th to the 10th instant, for I
Whit-Sunday holidays. The consideration of the
Land Bill in committee will be postponed. When
progress was reported on the Land Bill in the
House of Commons, yesterday, the committee was
discussing line thirteen, but as the first seven lines
belong to the preamble, six lines represents the
amount of progress made in three sittings. The
bill contains 1,085 lines.
LONDON, June 38.-A fire at the East end of the
city totally destroyed thirty houses, including a
range of workshops and some schools.
LONDON, June 4.-A meeting in Hyde Park, to
protest against the Government's policy with regard
to Ireland, was held to-day. Although there was
steady drizzle rain during the day, a large number
of Irishmen and women were present, but the at-
tendance of the general public was limited. The
following resolutions were carried unanimously :
"That the Government is criminally responsible for
the deplorable condition of Ireland." "That the
meeting summon the Government immediately to
suspend evictions and liberate prisoners arrested
on suspicion." "That Mr. Forster resign the
office for which he has proved his utter incapacity."
A despatch from New Pallas to the Standard
states that in a disturbance at Bally Brophy on
Sunday, one man was shot dead and others were
wounded by a bailiff, who with his three sons had
The Standard's Vienna and Berlin correspondents
state that a conspiracy against the life of the Czar
has been discovered in St. Petersburg. Twenty-
one arrests have been made.
PORTSMOUTH, June 4.-A company of the Army
Service Corps has been sent to Ireland to be at-
tached to various flying columns.
' Lord Dufferin has started for Constantinople.
The London Daily News says the Ttoops in Ire-
land consist of 30,000 men, 7 regiments of cavalry,
11 batteries of Artillery and 25 battalions of infan-
The Steamer "Faraday" had arrived at Pen-
zance, England. Over 900 miles of the new tele-
graph Cable have been laid.-The shore end was
laid on the 8th inst.
FANATIOISM.-Several farmers in Russell County,
Ottawa, Ontario, believing the world is coming to
.an end on the 19th June, have neglected putting in
From the United States, &c., and Eu-
The Mail Steamer Orinoco, Captain Fraser, from
New York, arrived at her wharf in this Town yes-
terday morning at 7 o'clock. She left New York
on the afternoon of Thursday the 9th and anchored
in Grassy Bay on the evening of the 10th-too late
to come into port. She had a rough passage.
We are endebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser
Dupont, and Mr. Steward Balanger for files of New
York papers of the afternoon of the 9th instant.
LONDON, June 9.-A dispatch from SkibbereeU
says: The gun-boat Goshawk lies off Schull. The
rails which were cutup have been repaired. It will
take several days to repair the telegraph wires, as
about four miles are out of order."
A dispatch from Cork, reports that widespread
dissatisfaction prevails among the Military and Police
owing to the manner in which they are ordered about
to serve as targets for missiles of the multitude.
A correspondent at Rome says: The Pope is
much impressed by the-aave participation of the
Irish clergy in the land agitation despite his express
injunctions. He has laid the matter before the Con.
gregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs in
order to recall the disobedient Bishops tolduty."
Secretary Blaine, in reply to a question by Mr.
Bretherton, Irish Emigration Agent at Dundalk, as
to whether the landing of able-bodied pauper in New
York would be objected to, has written that poverty
is no bar to immigrants willing to work fand obey
the laws, but that immigration of dissolute paupers
and criminals is certainly pbjectionable. A despatch
from Dublin state that the Land League appeared to
be practically affiliated with the Fenians and Ribbon-
men, and to have them working actively in its ser-
vice. The same dispatch says the Sheriff's sale at
Mullingar passed off quietly, owing to the Viceroy's
DUBLIN, June 8.-Mr. Sexton has started for
London to attend Parliament on its reassembling to-
morrow. He will return in time to take part in the
Land League meeting on Sunday.
LONDON, June 7.-A dispatch from Berlin to the
Times says: "A letter from Russia states that about
thirty army officers, including a colonel of the Im-
perial Guards, have been arrested during the past
month. Among the naval officers arrested is a
relative of the Procurear-General Mouravieff."
KIE.Pr, June 2.-A court martial has sentenced
three others of the ringleaders of the anti-Jewish
riots here to twenty, ten and six years' penal servi-
tude respectively, and two to be exiled to Siberia.
Three have been sentenced to short terms of im-
Another Dynamite Plot in Russia.-LoNDoN,
June 8.-The Standard's correspondent at Berlin
reports that a dynamite mine has been discovered
under the metals close to the Gatchina Railway Sta.
tion, connected with a battery in the railway tele-
graph office. All the telegraph officials have been
LONDoN, June 7.-It is reported that the Rev.
Mr. Murphy, a priest of Schull, near Skibbereen,
has been arrested under the Coercion act; that
there is much consequent excitement, and that some
I outrages have been committed.
DUBLIN, June 7.-The Gazette contains a procla-
mation declaring that all assemblages to obstruct
the process of law will be forcibly dispersed.
Other proclamations in the Gazette place Kings
county under the provisions of the Arms act, and
three more baronies in county Meath under the Co-
It is stated that Sir George Airy, Astronomer
Royal, has tendered his resignation, and that Prop
fessor Stone, now holding the Radcliffe Professor-
ship in Oxford University, will succeed him.
The London Sporting Life says: "Charles Row.
ell, the pedestrian, intends to try to make 600 miles
in six days, and he will accept odds of 1,000 to 200
that he will succeed. Rowell intends to retire after
Private letters state that Turkish troops, after an
engagement in sight of Salonica, annihilated a band
of twenty-one brigands and brought their heads in.
to the town.
The Merv Protectorate.-VIENNA, June 9.-A
Russianlsemi-official statement declares that the con-
* editions of the treaty with Merv for the protection of
that province are: "The presence of a Russian
President; the organization of the local troops on
the model of the Tartar militia; the renewal of the
system of canalization; the completion of the rail-
way system to Merv, and no tribute or taxes to be
imposed for the present."
WARNING TO MARINERS.
Ice Fields and Bergs on the Banks of Newfoundland.
-From various sources your corrpsnnndAnt haa as-
THE IRISH TENANT'S FIGHT. certained that the ice pack now travelling south.
S A i rom ward is one of the heaviest that has ever passed the
LONDON, June 8.-A special train with troops from shores of Newfoundland. The extreme southern
Cork arrived at Skibbereen, County Cork, at 3 end of the pack is now about latitude 46 deg. 86
o'clock this morning. An obstruction had bee min. north, and from the average rate of its southern
placed on the track to upset the train, but was dis- drift, it must within a few days 'intercept the tract
covered in time to prevent disaster. of all ocean steamers running between Great Britain
A despatch from Skibbereen this evening states and the several parts of the United States. Con-
that the Skibbereen branch of the Bank of Munster currently with this vast ice field and wending their
has been wrecked by the mob. way southward over the great banks of Newfound.
A process server has been so severely beaten at fands are countless icebergs of huge, unwonted
Dromore, County Sligo, that e is dying, size. During the past two days several of those
Nothing further has been learned in confirmation tremendous Arctic monsters have passed within
of the arrest of Father Murphy, of Schull, and the eight of the highlands of St. Johns one of which
report was apparently unfounded. was not less than two-thousand feet in length and
A party of 50 marine sent from antry to Bally hundred feetin height. The prospect ofo
dehob, yesterday, was encountered at the latter place daple peril, and it may be of fatal casualty, thus
by a mob numbering several thousand persons. After opened up for both steamships and sailing vessels
much stone-throwing and some bayonet charges the on the North Atlantic during the ensuing summer
marines were compelled to retreat to Bantry under autumn months is fear Ito contemplate. But
the protection of priest. Two were severely in- timely note of warning to all whom it may concern
".uresm'ee y e "- may nave the much desired effect of averting many
SLord Caarnarvon, (Conservative,) formerly Colo- er.-St. Johns, N. May 27.
nial Secretary, speaking at Burton yesterday, strong- ushet ns, N. b., May 7.
ly condemned the policy the policy of the Government, who, I FIRE IN TQUEBEC.
he said, were responsible for the civil war in Ireland. sro L ua al Rie ele
They would find the question not to be one of land Loss of $500,000 -A Thousand Families Homeless.
merely, but that every class of property would be -QUEBEC, June 9.-One of te of the most disastrous
menaced. He did not think Englishmen would long i fires which this unfortunate city has been afflicted
Sbe hoodwinked by the reckless rhetoric of dema- with, broke out last night and was only got under
gogues or the plausible nostrums of political quacks. control at six o'clock this morning.
Sir Richard Assheton Cross, (Conservative,) mem- The fire originated in a stable on St. Olividr
bher of Parliament for South-west Lancashire, and street, near St. Marine street. The flames quickly
former Home Secretary, speaking at St. Helen's, spread to the surrounding wooden buildings and
ventured to say that no Government had ever made to the streets above and below.
so many serious mistakes in so short a time, and, he St. Olivier, Latourelle, $W Marc and Richelieut
said, he had no doubt in regard to the result when streets were quickly a mass of fire for some hunDred
they came to be tried at the bar of public opinion fet of each in extent, the flames from the other
unless they changed much. F e o t a sides of the streets overlapping in the middle, and,
of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, President of the Board completely closing them to all traffic.
of Trade, speaking at Birmingham, said it is perfectly The scenesommon to all great fires were readily
evident that the causes of the disorder in Ireland are discernible at this stage. Even the police and fire.
more deep-seated tan is suppose, and th th they are men were to a great extent demoralized. Daring
not to be found in the action of this or any previous robbery was carried on freely in full sight of every
Government. They are to be found in the condition body. Liquor stores and private dwellings attack.
of the people themselves. Force, he said, was no ed by I he flames were ransacked for liquor which:
remedy, but a certain amount of fore was ee was openly drank by the people of the lowest grade
sary to uphold the law. Referring to the Land bill,
She said the Government had staked its existence tion and who frequent low hovels, whose destruc-
uponit. Mr. Parell and his followers hadis the least regrettable features of the disaster.
concealed the fact that their chief object is not the Th l being from the north drove dthe fire
removal of Ireland s grievances, but the separation The wind being from the north drove the fire
of Ireland fromEngland. Hundreds and thousands rapidly in the d direction of St. John's Church. The
of tenants are following the baneful advice of the rush of cold air caused by the rapdivid spread awind
leaders o the Land League to pay no rent. Mr. l arge volume of flames seemed theo dividre tarhe wind
Chamberlain concluded as follows : "The Govern- into local curirentis, whanich scattered the fire ar found it
meant is striving to steer an even course between the in every direction, and the brigade found it
extremes. I believe the Land bill is the maximum ore unmanageable than ever. o nd fam
which any English Parliament will pass. lies are homeless. The loss will be $500,000.
CORK, June 8.-Many of the bayonets with which
the Marines charged the crowd at Ballydehob were
broken. The people assembled on top of a steep hil The recent case of boarding of an English vessel
at one end of Ballydehob. The soldiers thought to by a French man-of-war in Tunisian waters, is to
fight their way through and some of them hurled be brought before Parliament on Monday by Mr,
stones at the people. Otway, who will ask the Under-Secretary of State
Quietness having been restored at Skibbereen 100 for Foreign Affairs whether the schooner was taken
troops were about to quit when a portion of the possession of and overhauled on the plea of search-
rails were found cut up. A later telegram from ing for arms; whether arms were found, and, it
Skibbereen represents that the town is again ex- such were the case, whether there is any right on
cited. The military are quartered in the Town Hall. the part of a non-belligerent Power to search a Bri.
The magistrates have issued a proclamation prohibit- tish vessel under such circumstances; whether
ing the opening of liquor shops at night, after 6 France is at war with Tunis, and, if not, what step
P M., until June 15. her Majesty's Government mean to take in order to
S LIMERICK, June 8.-A farmer named Healy has afford British seamen the protection to which thej
Been arrested under the Coercion act. are entitled.-Army and Navy Gazette, May 28.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
ORDEns.-War Office, May 24th :-The Queen be entered by the aid of steam under the mos
has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of Her favorable circumstances, and that to ships of any
Majesty's Birthday, to give orders for the following size it will not be much easier of access, and far
promotions and appointments :- more commodious than Hamilton ? I will under- 0 T A S D Y
Knights Commanders of the Bath :- Itake to answer for him that while he asserts it, he LTTU R D A
Admiral Edward Gennys Fanshawe, C. B. no more believes it than the assertion about the
General Lord Mark Kerr, C. B. wharf accommodation ; for even with the coal dust Next, the 16th Inst., at 12 o'clock,
Vice-Admiral the Right Hon. Lord John in his eyes his brains can certify him that one can 1T7ND]371 4,I'f1 T''gg 1, ,*
Hay, 0. B. be entered in a few minutes from sea, whilst the
Companion of the Bath: other can only be reached by a long and circuitous OlR IN FRONT OF T1lE EMPORIU M,
Dy. Com. Gen. H. J. Brownrigg, Commissariat1 route of twist about 'channels through Stags and I am instructed to Sell
and Transport Staff. Timblins by ships that must always answer their
Order of the Bath: helms quickly, and even then like the little Ori-. B P b 1 1 A uc i n
." Frederick James Fegan, Esq., Paymaster, R.N. noco," can only be entrusted with confidence to a i- i c t i o
.Order of St. Michael and St. George. single pilot! Be honest and own up. I have con- The remainder of the slightly Damaged
major General Sir Harry St. George Ord, suited a great many Bermudian nautical men of
R B. E., K. C. M. G., C. B. experience, and without an exception they have
Asst. Com'y. General F. Shortt, is to relieveI stated, that upon the grounds of convenience and
Dy. Corn General J. W. Murray, at Halifax, N.1 safety, no large vessel would attempt to come up to
S., his tour of service is about to expire, I Hamilton that could get into St. Georges or Of the Emporium-consisting of :
101st Regiment is about to be removed fromI CASTLE HARBOR. 50 LACK Cloth GOATS
Halifax to England. NOT.-How many large vessels that can come 50 Tweed COATS, assorted sizes
-- through the Stags now, and also through Timlins, 100 Tweed VESTS and 200 White DO.
SCaptain Moresby, to whose service at Bermuda pass by St. Georges to come to Hamilton P 350 Pairs of Tweed PANTS, assorted sizes
we recently called attention, has, we are glad to May 31st. About 30 Tweed SUITS, for men
learn, received from the Admirality an expression
of their Lordship's appreciation of the able manner Mr. Symes, whom we mentioned some weeks ALSO,
in which he carried out the duties of Senior Officer since as representing an highly respectablefirm in -
at thatSttio.- myandNavy Gazte, May 28. England, and was shipping large quantite of reELT AND STRAW HATS
beef from Novascotia to England, has proved an A large quantity of BOOTS and SHOES
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette. imposter. He has been unable to meet his engage- White and Colored SHIRTS
DEAR SIt,-The question of Steam Communi. ments with his dopes in Halifax, and his drafts on GLASSWARE CUTLERY, &c. I
cation with New York has been again brought London Bankers in payment ot Meats have been
forward by the appearance of the new Steamship dishonored. He was heated and honored and i I Without Reserve.
Orinoco" in the waters of Hamilton harbour. A interviewed throughout the Province, but the bottom W J tENEIY
few practical considerations are suggested, has fallen out of the affair, and Symes' truevoharac- i > N
The Quebec Steamship Company entered into a ter has been exposed. Auctioneer.
contract with the-Bermuda Government for the Hamilton, June 11, 1881.-1 i
performance of Steam Connection with New The Standard's dispatch from Cork says Ballyde.
Sork, under certain conditions.- Query, what are hob and Schull is inaccessible by the ordinary roads, INFORMATION FR'O 1M
these conditions, and excepting the "Orinoco" which are broken up and the bridges are pulled r' V 1
have the Company a Steamship on their list that ,down. Five hundred foot soldiers, twenty dra- i .
in all respects fulfills the terms of Contract ? If at 'goons and seventy service corps men, with one gun, 0 ; ( i
all, how far is the Orinoco" in excess of the re- j have been sent to the scene from the West. __
quired standard? If the "Flamborough" is in, T Received a letter on Monday, by the
every particular equal to what is stipulated for, The Rev. A. Darnell, who arrived by the R.M.8 Flainborough" from my agent in Tene-
then, whatever opinion may be entertained of her, Beta," has taken the duties of Chaplain to the rife, dated May 4th, stating that Onion Seed
we must rest satisfied until we can demand and Forces at St. Georges, vice Revd. A. Gregson re. would be scarce this yetat and it would be diffi-
pay for something better. If the Orinoco" on turning to England at an early date. c ult sare tis year, and it would be div-
the other hand is the only ship of the Company's Captain Harris has joined the 86th Regiment at cult to fill orders, and the price would be very
fleet that comes up to the Contract requirements, Prospect from the depot companies. high, but I could rest assured that ha would do
even if a little in excess of them, then we can in his best for me, and I could depend on receiv-
justice demand that the" Orinoco" be retained on To CORRESPONDENTS.-" B. C. S.' and Moder- ing some seed if not the 'complement that I or-
the line as the regular Contract Steamer. Look. action" in our next. dered, and he would be very careful that the
ing through Contract spectacles, all we can de- quality should be good.
mand is a ship equal to Contract conditions and -
not beyond them. BERMUDA PRODUCE -Clearance from St. George's 7 I wish parties engaging Seed
Another consideration comes in which immedi. up to noon 3rd June 1881 of me, distinctly to understand, that I will do my
ately concerns the Company, viz.:-How far will Potatoes.........1,784 Barrels best to supply the full amount that they engage,
their own interests be promoted in the long run by Onions ......... 10,619 Boxesu40
employing the "Flamborough" instead of the Tomatoes.......2,803Boxes buthould it be impossible I will no be respon-
"Orinoco," and in looking rightly to their own Beets...............231 Boxes sible for any loss that may arise therefrom.
real welfare the Company must largely be study- PRICE OF BERUDA PRODUCE IN T E YORK ALONZ 0 P ENISTON.
ing that of Bermuda also. Compare the" Orinoco" PARET,TA PODCE IN THE NEW YOK June4, 88
with the "Canima" which performed so regularly MAPRKT, 9th inst. :- ,e 14h 88o 74
the service for the first term of the Company's Potatoes per barrel, -7 to 7..
Contract. How much in excess of the Canima's" Onions per crate, $100 to $1-12. I A N' D
expenses are those of the Orinoco" ? In the con- -Tomatoes per box, 40to
sumption of coal there is a large saving in favor of t -- r
gumption of coal there is a large saving in favor ofDIED, in Hamilton Parish, May 31st, after three Good Plain Cook and lHousemaid.
the Orinoco." The officers in both ships much days iess of Tetanus, NATHANL EDARD, the Soemaid.
the same, with a comparatively small increase in of Benj. Hill, Senr., aged 42 years; the deceased One pound per month each.
the number of deck, steward and engineer hands leaves a widow, four children and a large circle of rela-' Good Character indispensable.- Apply be.
in the "Orinoco." Increased pilotage, tonnage, tires to mourn their loss.-The deceased departed this tween eleven and one o'clock" I
and light dues and incidental port charges in the life with a full hope of a joyful resurrection.- (Com.) even an
case of the "Orinoco" with increased insurance .......... in this Town on 8th inst. after a short illness MRS. YEARSLEY,
premium, and necessary material and extra la- ALBERT EDWARD infant son of Edward and Susan Wocdlands, Pembroke.
bour requisite to keep a larger ship in repair. Un- Williams, aged 3 months. June 13, 188i ':
doubtedly then, the total cost of running the Or- .......in Pembroke Parish on the 4th instant, .-
inoco as against the Canima" is much increased. FLORENCE EDITH ANDERSON infant daughter of Wil- ''O
But, looking to the other side of the account, the son and Charlotte W. Cameron, aged 2 months and 8 iOf S a le.
Orinoco" is a larger carrier, with passenger ac- days.
commodations with which the Canima's" can ......... in Brooklin New York on 31st May, BELLE, S
bear no comparison, and altogether as contrasted youngest child of W. F. and Mary Emma Conyers ; y Order of the Mortgagee.
with the Canima" the Orinoco" has the advan- aged three years, 5 months and 27 days. I _
tage of being much the cheaper ship to run pro ........, in Warwick Parish on the 10th inst., MRS
rate. Itris saidthat the Com'panyinviewof the FRANCIS ELIZABETH WILSON, the beloved Wife of I)-A [)nOwllng o s i
diminished Summer travel and decrease in freights Benjamin Wilson, aged 65 years leaving a husband, q Al~.g a l0 se,
have asked leave to withdraw the Orinoco" till six children fifteen grandchildren. OGUTII US ES,' and about Seven Acres of
November, when the winter travel will set in; and LAND, at Daniel's ead, in Sandy's Parish,
that the Board of Public Works have consented. with the called Daniel's d, in Sandy's Parishe-
The wisdom of this movement on the part of the. wNth the Ib LAy M called anels Island, late-
Company may be questioned, looking solely to ly held by John William Gilbert, deceased
their own interests which it is only natural to sup- PARTIES HAVING BILLS AGAINST The above property, unless previously dis-
;pose they make a first duty. The Autumn freights* posed of by private contract, will be offered for i
%0 Bermuda are constantly increasing, the Passen- Barque Lincolnshire, sale by Auction in July next, at a timo and I
ger lists though not large are considerable, and And CARGO, are requested to forward the same place of which further notice will be given. I
with excellent accommodations the number of pas.
sengers will certainly increase. The greatest ad- in Triplicate to the Subscriber's office, by 5 S. BROWNLOW GRAY. I
vantage will accrue to the Company by keeping o'clock P.M. on THURSDAY Next, 16th inst. Hamilton, 11th June, 1881.-1 pd
the" Orinoco" steadily on the line for their next J. S DARRELL,
winter business. The. ship will become daily bet. AI L,
ter known by being kept on the Bermuda route, AgentI.
and winter Tourists will have the certainty of a St. George's, Bermuda, June 13, 1881. Agent 7 t
ship adapted to their tastes and requirements, and
not the bare promise of one to rely on. As against loa
the possible pecuniary returns to be had by em- -l s. *R ew ard. *. I' ERT L S M ITH
playing the "Orinoco" elsewhere for the next three TRAYED away from Greendale," Paget, Is expected to arrive in a few days from Eng-
months would not the Company's regular New on Saturday, the 4th instant, a young land.
York and Bermuda .business be too seriously inter- liver-colored Retrieverant a yong Mr. Smith has travelled "and lectured sue-
fered with, somewhat to the detriment of their next cessfullyin the United States, Canada, and
Winter's business ? Already the "Orinoco" has DJ.J O Great Britain, and will Lecture in Hamilton a
carried to Bermuda tourists who would never have
come here but in a ship ofher class, and her steady Any person returning the same to Mr. F. L. few days after arrival.
continuance on this route is highly desirable, we Godet, will receive the above reward. Oy Particulars in next Gazette.
think, in the Company's own interest. But the 13th Jue Hamilton, June 14, 1881.-1 I
Board of Public Works must look at the question I th June, 1881.-I pd
from a legal stand point, and deal with the Corn.n l A T r V
pany accordingly. A N T E D JT i 7 (
For the Royal Gazettee. Youth not under 18 years old, A Good COW ,
For the Royal Gazettes. As Servant in a small family.
HARBOR IMPROVEMENT. Must make himself useful in the house and Apply to the BUTLER, Mount Langton.
Mn. EDITOR.-While thanking my worthy ad- be able to wait at Table. June 14, 18S1l.-1
versary"Stag Chanbel" for his kind allusion to Good Wages. i
the manner in which I have endeavoured to meet t m GZTT OF
,his arguments, "and joining him in the conclusion Apply at GAZETTE" OFFICE. -
that we must agree to differ,' I cannot consent to June 14, 1881.-1 pd. i S IO A EXPORT
part without a few words of admonition upon the C I$$10N AND EXPORT
impropriety of bringing forth as a reason for deep- O 7 A
erdnfStagg's Channel "the generosity of the Que- O C *oti1 E R C H A NT $,
bee Steamship Company in spending immense Fine Gr'oceries, Grntin, EProvisions,
aums in providing wharf accommodation for our -- &c., &c.,
Produce alone" (as per hisletter of 23rdAprilinthe ALL persons having legal CLAIMS against 4 Front Street, liamilton, Bermuda.
*"Royal Gazette" of 3rd May,) and then coolly the Undersigned will be good enough to .
telling the people of Bermuda in to-day's "Ga- forward same on or before the 25th instant. NEW YORK STORES,
zette" (Supplement of 31st May,) "I do not believe And those Intebted will please I'ay their re- 1
the statement of the Q. S. S. Co. that they have spective amounts by their above dte. 314and 316 Greenwiee Street, 7 Old Slip
leased a New York Pier expressly for our use, or 104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cuba.
that the "Orinoco" was built for our trade!" But JOHN T YATES. Orders for Groceries, Dry G(oods and Goods
he says notwithstanding, as the Company have H'amilton, June 14, 1881.-1 of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will
committed themselves it would be well to keep ----- ---. --.--.-. he filled it lowest Market rates either direct or
them to the mark, by deepening Stag Channel f c* through our Bermuda house.
that they may not use it as an excuse for with- s OT eIO .
drawing the" "Orinoco." Now it is a fact that the
" Orinoco" has passed through that channel re- Two comfortable rooms offered to a
peatedly both ways with perfect safety, and there i d t
is no need of going to much expense to give her more Respectable W ow, To Farmers and Others.
water that she may carry a few more crates of onions. *
As to generosity, "the boot is on the other leg" Without inicumbrance, willing to take part of ----
for it is exceedingly generous in the people of the washing in a family of five. Apply rf1llE Unddrsigned will be prepared, as usual,
Bermuda to pay the Co. 2,000 per annum for the MRS. YEARSLEY, to forward Consignments of
privilege of loading their steamers with onions at oodlands,, ,,Pembro kea s e s
twenty cents per crate freight and tomatoes at ten, 181 \\ EiR iebr PoUC
cents per crate, during the crop season; and al- June 13, 1881,
lowing the Orinoco" to bring on all the passen- TO
gers from the United States, and take back the N 0 T I C E es s. OMIS cO.,
cargoes of vessels in St. George's in distress, duringti-
the winter season; and then in the summer todo ALL Persons are hereby forbid Crediting 95 RC. A Y STR'I'EET, NEW YORK,
a profitable business between the States and the my Wife, ANTLIAN'IA ANN TUSZO
WestIndies; whilst accepting the "Flamborough" a woman of color in my name, as I will not And wll al s. .patCchase PRODUCE at full
for their pleasure yacht !-this is indeed generosity be responsible for any debts she may contract. Cash Rates throughout the i8cason.
.on our part A few words more and I have done. FRED A TUSZO, THOS. J WADSON.
I would ask my adversary if he really believes that FRED A. TUSZO. T, OS, J. WADSON.
with the boulders removed, Castle Harbor can only Hamilton, June 13th, 1881.*-1 pd Haminilton, March 21st, 1 81.-3p If
Notice to Pilots. New York Mail Steamer,
he Pilot which Boards the S. S. he teaWer
VTI T" ORINOCO,
Will leave the Port of Hiamilton at
.' 10 a.m on
THUR S DAY,
I 16th June, for-Crassy B411'-
And will there await the arrival qf Ihe Mails
to be despatched hence for New York:.t I p.m.
' he Orinoco" is to leave New
York for return on Thursday the *ird June.
Passengers are invited to come "In bird
here at 9-30 a.m., the 16th June, or tz board in
Grassy Bay at their own risks.
Unless previously filled to the full carrying
ability of the ship (when pasrins through the
channels,) Freight, Parcels and Specie on Freight,
will be received until 6 pm. 15th Juiie, an Bills
of Lading for Produce will be signed until 10
a.m., 16th Julie.
t ~ r" Flrr k\mf M f
Si-'" t~i, va. i i um t iumaau, wviII pieaso Iring
her directly into this Port and anchor near the
most Eastern Shed.
N. T. BUTTERFIELD & SON.
Hamilton, Juno 13, 1881.
Colonist will please copy and send bill.
Notice to Pilots.
mHtE PILOT who shall board the American
'L Schooner "DELHI," E. V. Lyman,
Masters, will please anchor her in Grassy Ray,
to await directions as to whether she shall
discharge at Hamilton or St. Georges.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, June 7th, 18S1.-2
Just U received,
On Consignment and for salh Very Cheap,
Brown and White S UGIR,
A large assortment
Dry Goods, fIats,
And Cheap Kid GLOVES.
R1. H. DUERDEN,
Hlamilton, June 13, 18,1.-3 alit.
9. & IMIE a '
The Latest ews!
Steam ece Cream Factory. 1
I' A)1iES and Gentlemen now is the time you
cal enjoy Meyer's Steam Ice Cream made
Equal to that in London, Paris, or the United
CONFECTIONERlY made by steam Power,
consequently you will always find that Meyer
soils the best and cheapest confectionery ia the
Prices to suit the times.
IOE CREAM reduced from Four to T1il REE
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
twenty, Two shillings and sixpence per quart
E. A. MEYER,
Steam Ice Cream Manufactory,
Victoria Street, near East
June 14, 1881.
Colonist" copy 4 times.
The Estate of the late
A'I Persons having CLAIMS against the
above Estate are requested to render their
ACCOUNTS to mo on or before 30th June next;
And all Persons INDEWITED to the Estate
are required to make payment by that date.
For William Cox and William T. James,
Ilamilton, 31st May, 1881.-3 3p.
Notice to Shippers.
r~'HE Underaigned having been appointed
A(AGENT at Bermuda by 1O1EiRT G.
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BER.MUDA PRODUCE,
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
jVA THANIEL VESEY.
At B. r, COOPER'S,
61 FRp)NT STREET.
Hamilton, Feby. Ist, 1881.-3p tf
a' ........ -_1'1 r 7
lr'OWni, iJe vv inter <&
And Dealers in
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and 53 Fulton Row,
Hamilton, Bermuda, 14th, June, 1881.
louse and Lot.
At the Corner of Church -Sireet'ana Burnoaby
Street, in the Town oPfHamilto.n.,
Formerly occupied by Mr. John Rogan.
The House is, well built, commo-
dious, healthy; and 'ia' an excellent sittdation,
having a frontage on two Streets There, is a
very good tank.
For permission to view the. premises, apply
to Mr. RIogan, and for terms to e
S. BROWNLOW GRAY.
IHa ton, ilh Jude, 1881.-1 pd
Direct Steamer for Eng
The S. S.
May be expected here in all this week, and' will
have room for some Freight..
Persons wishing to ship will .please mmako
immediate application to the.Undersigned.
N. T. BUTTERFIELD & SON.
flamiltwn, June 13, 1881.
i A PAGET PARISH,
CONSISTING OF A
va HOUSE and 3
and a half Acres of Land,
A considerable portion of which is arable.
The situation is excellent, and the House
suitable for a gentleman with a small family.
For further particulars apply to
7th June, 1881.-3p tf
To Growers and Owners
OF BEMUDA PR ODUCE.
TN consequence of the great increase in ou
shipments of Produce to New York .-inee
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 Bermiuda
Produce for New Vork made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New York, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
nWhen 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 aro
' borne by them.
TROTT & COX.,
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 3h June, 3
April 19, 1881. to 301 h June, 3p
West Washington Market, New York. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York. POST OFFICE, 11AMILTON, June, 1881.
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and Angeline Amory, William Halbowry, George A
Remittances. Butterfield, Elias Butterfteld, R Bell, Malvinia BTr.
chell, Maria Bowers, Jose S de Bruin, Thomasa,Bean,
Agents at Bermuda, Henry Benson, Joseph Bean, T S Ghape!, Sophia
CUTE RBR[TPGE D rOS., Cox, J r Crampton, Edwin Davis, C F Ua'r 11, JH
OUTE 1 E' [ WBIROS~., Dill, John David, GO 0 Freeman, Benj Fubler, Carl
Reifd '., Hamilton. Francisco. Eleanor Gibbons, Thomas Hayward,
Fey. 28, 1881.-tf 3p. NWm Hill, John D Hughes, Charles Haris, J 1
James, H Joel), Joshua Joynes, WAilliam JaWeg
S T Augustus Jones, Joseph Jones, T M James, SuNa4
N 0 T I C E Lee, James Lighlbourne, Richard Lang, Charles
SLathan, Frank Laid, Louisa Moo'e, James Mid-
hurst, Marianna J Muncy, A E Moitt, Peter Morray,
FOR DEM ERARA H Marks & Co, Ann Outerbridge, Wm H Pearman,
SR Sarah Porter, Chailes Pearman, Susan Robinson,
TO RETURN DIRECT. Thomas L Raynor, Virginia Ruffin, R J Ruffin,
Charles Richardson, W T Robinson,, John W
The Clipper Schooner Richardson, B J Richardson, Albert Robinson, A
iiJyJW V C steele, David Swan, J A Sheafe, Sarah Swan,
ST j ASGeorge Seymour, Ano Swan, Augustus Stowe., Jos
~ P Silva, Manoel de Silva, Fredenckfymoons, Julia
HILL, Master, Tuzo, Benjamin Trott, William Tucker, Mary
Will be dispatched for the above Port on Williams, Wm T Williams, S Wellman, ,John
On Saturday Next, Iido,. I LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
the 18th instant. FICE, ST. GEOIRG 'S, Juno 13th, 1881.
For Return Freight please make early ap- William Athil!, Mis M A Pcl.e, Mrs Dnhlin Boll,
plication to Thomas Burgess, (Crawl,) .James Clarke, John
J. T. DARRELL & CO, Elduidge, Daniel Kean, James Pache, Pete r ich-
amiltn, June 13, 1881. ardson, Perient 'r 'ro't, Elias Trott, Mr. Jessie
Hamilton, June 13, 1881. I A Wheoler, Solly Wilson.
On hor nniual frnm Nfaawn..
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
DR. CLARK To Growers and Ship-
JOHNSON'S pers of Bermuda Produce.
I Q With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,
SWholesale Dealers and IReceivers in all kinds of
4 BERMUDA PRODUCE,
OM 42 & 43 Yesey Street Pier,
J.. West Washington Market.
S AS the Season for Shipping all kinds of BER-
,laei 2; MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
cm p at hand, we again take the liberty of placing
!S our services at your disposal for the sale of any
CA consignments you may make to this market.
a t % Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
SS(35) years is one of the best in our marekt and
t gives us every advantage to dispose of the
s o S hippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
=.t by enabling us to make prompt returns with
C anet proceeds.
S We are sure after you have given us a trial
IThADE MARK.] you will be satisfied with our dealings and wil
SDyspepsia Livey be pnly too anxious to continue shipping to us
DiseasesFever & all through the season.
Ague, 1lheuma- 1Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
Hetar t Disease, who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc. happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
T est EMEDY KNOWN to Man 1 plication, and give you all the necessary infor-
,O BjOst Bu EDY 0 E WW toM0 b an I nation you require. Any time you write us
VOOO 000 Bottles about markets, business prospects, etc, we will
SOLD SINCE 1svro. 1 give you all the information in our power.
This 8yrup possesses Varied Properties. Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
It Stimulates the Ptyallne In the Saliva, and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
whih onverts the Starch and Sugar ofthe onu soon, and thanking you for past favors,
Ibod Into glucoae. A deficiency in Ptyaline
causes Wind and Souring orf the ood In the aud hoping you will still continue entrusting
stomach. If the medicine is taken Jmmedli
ately after eatla the ferQntaiUo o g with your confidence, we are,
Is prevented. YoufsRespetfull
It act upon the Liver. Yours Respectfully, .
It t upon the Kdne O'CONNOR & JUDGE
It Regulates the Bowem. O ONNOR & JUDGE
et ies the Nervoussystem. New York, March 1st, 1881.
It Promotes Digestion. |
It Nourishes,,strengthens and Invigorates.
arriesofthe Old Blood andmakes ew PERSONS DESIROUS OF
It opens the pores of the skin and Induce*
eaethy Perspiration, SHIPP VG
bt neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the SHIPPING
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
inanper of skin diseases and internal humors. tav P)i IIf ((4 r-sl
There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and j 45 I
:I oa be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the ay
a I feeble, cdr only bi.q rtquired in autntio to To the Consignment of
CATARRAH CURED. 7SS M DDLTON & CO.,
DtAR Sim,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD | NEW YORK,
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
been afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could l s ca p n who will
no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD r ender them every facility for so doing.
YRUP. I was about to give it up because imme. j SAML. A. MASTE RS.
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly, February 22, 1881 .-t f
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
0 elation and acting on the diseased matter in my Chas. P. W oodworth &
stomach, caused by the droppings of the catarrhal
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy CO.,
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was 22 Fulton Street, New York.
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by '2 Fulton Street, New York.
the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your CONSI('NMENS OF PRODUCE1 solicited
invaluable remedy. J to above Address and Highest Market
Respectfully yours, Rates guaranteed. Sales paid in Bermuda or!
J. H. SMALLWOOD New York at Shipper's option.
o. 319 t 1 a., N Yrk Cit. The Undersigned will also be prepared to
No. 319 West 10th st., New York City. purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
-on op account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
AIHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT. STENCIL PLATES furnished on application.
SIR,-I give my testimony with pleasure to the
beneficial results of your BLOOD PURIFIER; my F. D. S. NASH, I
kidneys were out of order, and the result was iheu- No. 4 Front Street. '
matism in my right knee, joint swollen twice the Hlamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-ttf
size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
size made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges-
Iion has improved so that I cart eat anything within
P.F. MARRON, TIHE U.NDERSIGAED
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City Wl ava his personal attention to the f,,rward-
SICK IIEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
DeVAW SIR,- Your justly ceJ.brated INDIAN
BLOOD Y1RUP his entirely cured me of Sick
Headache ai.d Dyspepsia, of 10 years' standing.
It also cured my child of Scarlet Fever, and my
wife of Fi-male complaints.
GEORf II. REYNDOLi
IsaacDahlman, Bull's Hlead, 24th it., (of Dabl.
man Brothers, dealers in hoors stock), cured of
Dyepepsia and Indigestion of m any years' standing.
Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect. |
TO THPi NEVW YORK MARKET
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
SW. H. PENISTON,
46 & 47 Front Sheet,
Aptil 5, 1881.-tf
CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE. r1HE Undersigned respectfully direct the
S attention of the M IERCHANTS OF
No. 99 WEST HOUSTON-ST.,CITY. BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
SIa,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured he has cen connected with the Hlouse of.
me entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it 3. KX. 4k* 3P B. Thurber &G Co.,
Is the best medichie That any person can take for
kick headache. Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
ALICE REED Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
TvnLor* A New York City,
DNAR S1R,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
RUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for five
years,) with the happiest results.
A few doses placed my stomach in a condition to
digest ofod-theieby relieving me of those distress-
ing pains experienced by dyspeptics after eating-
and although it at first caused occasional dizziness
this quickly disappeared on my continuing its use.
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City.
NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 1880
C. Johnson, M.D.,
DeAR SIR,-I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
ramedy'for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer-
er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks
death would almost be a relief to her. She was
prescribed for by several doctors without effect.
Nothing gave her relief until she obtained a bottle
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.. Its effects
were wonderful anl she is now entirely cured. It
is a medicine that no household should be without
No. 261 West Heuston-st., City.
BERMUDA,June 28th, 1880.
DEAR SIR,-This is to certify that I have found
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
and Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
ii to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Georges,
And (luring that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so ttat he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro- I
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m
Situated near Victoria
Terms very moderate, to an approved Tenant,
For further particulars apply to
W. CARDY HALLETT,
June 3, 1881.-tf
P OR T I I T S
ON SALE AT THE
"Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, May 24, 1881,
4A LL Persons having CLAIMS against the
sKetate of the late MRS. ELIZA 0. MU1R-
It \Y, of Sandys Parish, Deceasd, arc request-
ed to forward their ACCOUNTS to either of the
Undersigned on or before the 15th day of June next;
And all Persons INDEBTEL) to the said Estate
are required to make Payment by above date.
JOHN F. BURROWS,
Somerset, 30th June, 1881.
A LL Persons having just CLAIMS against
the Undersigned of whatever nature or
kind, must be rendered on or before the 30th
June next, as no'notice will be taken of Bills
rendered after that date.
And personss INI)IKTED will please Pay
their respective AIMOUNTS by that date.
SAML. D. ROBINSON.
30th May, 1881.-5
I" THE well known PR E MS ES lately
;B occupied by the Rev. C. 0 '. K.
il t Coombe, in Southampton Parish, con-
taining 25 acres LAND mostly Arable, a
DWELLING HOUSE with Stables, &c., and
COTTAGE also in good order ; situated on a
water lot on the North Shore and having a bay
on the South shore. The Family being about
to leaye these Islands would be glad at once to
SBermuda Ice, FOREST LAKE
'MArDE FROM PURE IMlzV ICE COMPANY,
W.4 7r. EG to inform the Public of Bermuda that
C AN be used under all circumstances without they have just received at the ESTAB-
c i, danger attending the use ofimported IHISHMENTofthelate CAPTAINCASTNER,
Ice, which in mnot oases affect the system, in the East Broadway,
same manner as n change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice Four hundred Tons of
nr-*. n --_-V-L n Ci..- f ln- 6i f -.c. it 6I m- A -- --
at Depor, DBurInab -y treet, IuroU ,o a.mu., t ..,
daily. Sunday from 9 a .m., to 10 a.m. De-
livered in Itamilto'n and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case of
sickness I have made arrangements to deliver
Ice at my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Being a Home Industry respectfully ask a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
THOMA~V S J)MILES.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.
During the Ensuing Six
We shall be Selling off our Stock of
C MARRIAGES HA 11N1,SSES
COLLAR US WHIPS
RUGS, &c., &c.
At greatly Reduced Rates, and would invite the
attention of Buyers both Wholesale and Retail.
IReid Street, May 23rd, 1881.-2 3p 2 4p
make arrangements with a good Tenant.
Possession given about the 1st August. A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
For further particulars please apply to MRS. Milk,
COOMBE, on the premises.
Southampton, May 16, 1881.-3 W E offer under the above brand, a fully
S6 o weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
Just i-eceived, evaporation, and granulated sugaradded in order
Ustl lecelVed, to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
From London per S. S. Neptune," added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver-
SETS. Engsh Carriage HARN age standard of Orange County milk. Every can
3s, .i is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
extra Finish, Brass and Silver mounted Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the
I Dozen Carriage COLLARS principle that low prices combined with good
1 Dozen Cart COLLARS, quality and honest weight, command the trade.
4 RidiungSADDLES-(complete), extra quality Price per single case 48 16-oz. cans is $6.
I Dozen Riding BRIDLES (Snaffle) Prie per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75.
B ozniding BRIDLES, Double Rim and H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
GIRTHS, STIRRUPS, Stirrup LEATHERS, Sole Agents, New York.
BITS I LOTHING to suit everybody at the Em -
12 Dozen Chamois SKINS, assorted sizes i porium.
Reid Street, May 23rd, 1881.-2 3p 2 4p THE UNDERSIGNED
ALL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils, Invites attention to a well selected
Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the stock of
scouring, Cleaningand Polishing Soap, 'PRIDE H ts Gds,
OF THE KITCtiEN. Ask for Pride of the ats, D ress oods,
Kitchen" Soap. s re &
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO., All of which are marked at very low prices.
New York, April 20, 1881. Proprietors. T. J. PEARMAN.
@. a., h :,helly Bay, May 16, 1881.
(Subject to Change.)
Juhe 11, 3 p.m.
18, 10 a.m.
25, 3 p.m.
July 2, 9 a.m.
9, 3 p.m.
16, 9 a.m.
23, 3 p.m.
*Denmark Wed. May 18 Wed. June 8,1 30 p.m.
*France, 25 15, 7-30 a.m.
The Queen June 1 "22, 2 p.m.
Greece 8 29, 6'30 a.m.
Canada 15 July 6, 12 m.
Erin 22 13, 6-30 a.m.
*Denmark 29 20, 12-30p.m.
*The Steamers Denmark and France will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To Londondodirect, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
$100 to $110 London.
Steerage pas-age $26.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Ollices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
F. W. J. H URST,
New York, May 5, 1881.
By a Small Family in Hamilton,
d Good HOUSEM3ID,
Wages 1 a Month.
Apply at "' Gazette" Office.
United States Alail Steamers.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
WYOMING sails Tuesday June 7, at 1 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 14, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSI sails Tuesday June 21, at 1 p.m.
NEVAI)A sails Tuesday June 28, at6a.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday July 5, at 11 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday July 12 at 5, a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-.
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodation s are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms aro on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda'frorn Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New Ykork
New York, June 7, 1881.
To all who suffer from Headache.
ELECTRIC HMIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf
A SK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KITCHEN, for scouring and clea -
ing. It is bettor than Sapolio, and only about
half the price.
if rN 0
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lano
Il amilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.
(LOTHING at half former price at the Em-
Of first quality, and are now prepared to furnish
IC E daily, to Customers in Hamilton and vici-
nity. It will be delivered by Cart daily, Sundays
f Price half Penny per pound.
JOHN B. STAHL & CO.,
N. B.-ICE HOUSE open from 6 a. m. to
6 p. m., daily, Sundays excepted when it will be
open from 7 to 8 a. m.
Hamilton, May 24, 1881.
'o Lease for a term of
Kh THAT Delightfully Situated MAN-
I SION in Southampton, on the Great
SSound, known as Glasgow Lodge" with the
surrounding LAND, of which about eight
Acres are AIIAILE ; together with a COT.
TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings,
well adapted for a boarding house. The main
Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corri-
dor the whole length, and thirteen rooms below,
with Kitchen. A most healthy spot and conve-
nient for travelling by land or water, the mail
stage between Mangrove Bay (Somerset), and
the town of Hamilton passing the gate daily up
May7 88l.-3m Apply on the Premises.
May 17, 1881.-3m
For Sale, per recent arrivals,
qLS. V. P. (Straw Colour and White) SU-
Crushed and Cut Loaf SUGAR
Bags Cleaned RICE-Cheap
A further Supply of
"Cream" Olive OIL
In quart Bottles.
B. E. DICEl.NSOJN.
Hamilton, May 10, 1881.
Dr. E. B. Mercer,
OFFICE No. 9, West Front St.
Above Store of C. T. Conyers, Esqr.,
Residence, Harrington Place,
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
WVill visit ST. GEORGE'S professionally on
S Office at McCallan & Co.
DO you know that they are selling things so
very cheap at the Emporium ?
Importing and Forwarding
REID STREET, HAMILTON.,
Consignments made to first class Houses in
New York, Philadelphia and London.
Full Market Rates paid for Produce through-
out the Season.
Advances made on Consignments.
Hamilton, April 4th, 1881.- tf
pOY recent Instructions from the Marine
EByBoards 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 Con-
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., anit-T 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.
.dLMjJld.Y-CK.-j UN E, 188 1.'1
Lt Qr. 4b 59m Pr.
1st after Trnity.
Acsn. of Qn. Vict.
THE BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHKE LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby S trees,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents,
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette,
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