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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
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THE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 26.-Vol. wVII. STATE SUPER fIAS ANTIQVAS 248. p Ann


Ilamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, June 28, 1881.


BERMUDA.
Proceedings otthe Honorable Legislative
Council.
hesday, 21st June, 1881.-Pursuant toladjourn-
ment the House met.
Presen-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The.Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
S" James H. Trimingham,
Eugenlus Harvey,
James Tucker, Reer. Genl.,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty.,
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, C.R.E.
The three following Bills were brought up romt
the House of Assembly and severally read a. fflrs
time:-
A Bill entitled An Act to amend the Audit
Act 1879,"
A Bill entitled "An Act to make more effeptual
provision for the recording of Wills and Deeds in
the Secretary's office,"
And,
A Bill entitled "An Act for raising a Revenue
for the support of the Government of these Her
Majesty's Islands and to appropriate certain Sums
to the discharge of the Expenses of Governmuent
as therein expressed,"
The Resolve providing the sum 200 for the" su-
pervision and management of the Public Wdrks,
during the vacancy in the Office of Colonial Sur-
veyor, was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon,
TheHoen J. Tucker in the Chair.
* The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report.
The Resolve providing the sum of 50 to defray
the cost of Survey of the Stags and Hogflah ehbn-
elsole at the West End of these Islands, was read the
second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report.
The Rule as to several readings of Bills and
Resolutions on the same day having been suspend-
ed by unanimous consent, the Bill entitled s An
Act to amend the Audit Act, 1879," was read the
second 'time.
S The taouse went into Committee thereon. '
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
ment.
The House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Lairs
relating to the Protection of Wild Birds"-wots
read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. Colonel Gordon in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend.
meant.
The House adopted the Report.
The HouseLresumed in Committee the considei-
ation of the Draft Copy of Rules for the guidance
of the Council.,
The Hon. J. H. Trimingham in the Chair.
Rules 9, 10, and 11, were severally agreed to.
On motion, the Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
Adjourned to Thursday next, the 23rd instant,
at 12-80, p. m.
To the Editor of the Royal Gaze tie
DFA Sni.-The enclosed paper is from a late
number of the Nassau Times and reads so exactly
like what I have long since expected to see in your
valuable journal, that I ask the favor of you to in-
sert it verbatum, feeling assured that the knowing
ones in Bermuda wi "point the word" and
adorn the tale" without further comment.
Yours, &c.,
BERMUDIAN.
June 15, 1881.
S To the Editor of the Nasusau Times.
BAMn Sz.--We live in a age when Steam Com.
munieation ha become a great necessity, and is one
of the signs oI Civilization and progress in any
community. It would almost appear that as
sqienc advances, and steam ships are made work-
able with great economy they will in course of time
entirely replace ailing vessels in the traffic of the
ooan. It is manifest that each succeeding year
shews an increase in the building and employment
of steam ships, and a corresponding decrease in
building sailing vessels. The desire to obtain our
Malis with regularity and speed, and to get goods
with certainty and at the times they are most
wanted, must give the steamer the. preference over
the sailing ship3 and in the Bahamas we shew
how we appreciate this matter by appropriating
out of a small revenue no less a sum than 5,700
to secure regular steam communication with the
United States About one-seventh of the whole
revenue of this Colony is thus spent/,'and it deserves
the most serious consideration whether an effort
should not be made, when the present Contract
'terminates, to do something to relieve the Colony
of at least some part of this heavy expenditure and
to keep the large amounts that now go to other
lands in the pockets of our own people. There
has been much ado about the Home Government
resolving to stop its annual subsidy of 1,000 to
this object. Why not attempt something that would
take up the whole question. It is very manifest
that 5700 are not all that this Colony pays for
steam communication on the present system, or
loses by its being entirely in the hands of strangers.
If we put the freights down at the lowest figures of
1000 barrels brought here bi-monthly at 50 cents


per barrel, this means that a sum equal to 5000
goes out of the Colony in this way alone. If we
suppose that an average of ten passengers per
voyage, to and fro, and this is certainly within the
number, and they pay 50 dollars apiece, this will
make 5000 more in a year, and thus we have the
astounding figures of fifteen thousand, seven hundred


pounds passing out of the Colony, and going into
the pockets of strangers. If this is not paying very
dear for the whistle, it would be hard to discover
what is; and the writer is fully persuaded that
the men of business who know the correct amount
I of freight that is paid for goods imported in the
American steamers, and the real number of passen-
gers that travel on them, will see that the amount
above stated is not at all exaggerated, but far below
the reality. What can be done before the present
contract expires to bring about a different state of
things, relieve the Colony of a burden of expendi-
ture too heavy for its revenue, and, "bring
grist to our own mill," instead of giving it to
others ? This question certainly deserves to be
looked at.
Of one thing we may be sure, that if the present
arrangement did not pay those engaged in it, it
would not have been entered into, and if it can and
does pay an American Company to carry it out, it
.could certainly be made. to pay a Bahama Company;
and believing as the writer does that there are men
of intellectual, business and financial ability in this
Colony, that could undertake and carry out such
an enterprise, he thinks that they ought to put
their heads and their purses together and try to
Accomplish it. If it should be said that it would be
difficult to raise sufficient money here to purchase
and equip one or two good steamers for this busi-
ness, surely with the guarantee of the Government,
it would be very easy to borrow the amount re-
quired, and what is now paid as an annual sub.
sidy, would more than suffice to pay the interest on
the money borrowed.
How would some such scheme as the writer now
presents be accepted by the Public of this Colony ?
Let a "Bahama Steam Navigation Company, Li-.
mited," be organized with 4000 shares at 20 each
-or a capital of 80,000. Let the Bahama Gov-
ernment take one half of the shares equal to 40,000
and the other half be offered to the Public. Let the
body of t)irectors be chosen, one half of them by
the Governor in Council, and the other half be
elected by the general shareholders. Let the Gov-
ernment become security for the amount that might
have to be borrowed for building or purchasing one
or two good steamers for the Line, and let the Gov-
ernment further guarantee six per cent. interest on
the borrowed or paid up capital of the Company in
consideration of which the Mails must be brought
from the United States. The steamers must run
twice a month regularly: either once a month to
and from New York to Nassau, and once to and
from a Southern port to Nassau; or twice a month
to and from New York from the first of May to the
last of October, and from a Southern port from the
first of November to the last of April. Let the
steamer or steamers be well and strongly built,
and with first class accommodation for passengers,
and let the Captain, officers and crew be natives of
the Bahamas, witlfthe addition of three engineers
obtained from England. Let the steamer or steam-
ers be well insured in the Mother Country, so that
in case of accident or wreck, the capital would be
secure.
It appears to the writer that some such scheme
as this would keep a large amount of money in the
Colony that is now annually sent away, and would
certainly prove a profitable investment for money-
holders in this country; and while much business
must necessarily be personal and private, this would
bring our men of business into close relations with
each other that would help their business and
greatly improve their friendly association. "Unity
is strength," and however gigantic such a scheme
might appear for a small community, the writer
believes that it can be accomplished, and would
prove an inestimable benefit to the Colony.
Yours truly,
S POLICY.

113 AZO


Horses.


THE Undersigned has received
another lot of fine YOUNG HORSES,
suitable for Saddle, Carriage, or Agricultural
purposes, viz.:-
No. 1. Bay Horse, 6 yearsold, 16,
a fine Carriage Horse.
No. 2. Sorrel Horse, 4 years old,
16, broken to double Harness.
No. 3. Brown Horse, 9 years old,
151, an excellent Carriage Horse.
No. 4. Bay Horse, 9 years old, 141,
fast in Harness.
No. 5. Black Horse, 9 years old,
,-* 15$. -
No. 6. Chestnut Mare,. 3 years
old, 14}.
No. 7. Black Pony, 8 years old, 14,
quiet, kind and gentle, suitable for a lady
to ride or drive.
The above can be seen, tried and examined,
on application to
G. SPURLING,
Market Square, St. Georges.
June 21st, 1881.-3.
W INTER clothing at any price, at the Em-
T porium.

for salrt


Mrs. B. E. Smith, FOREST LAKE ICE COM-j
TOX PANY.


BERMUDA,
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
L- she is now prepared'to mount hair com-
bings, such as Braids,- Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.
ALSO,
Having received by Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
to make up CROSSES, JEWELLERY,
BASKETS, BRIDAL WREATHS, NECK-,
LACES, &c.
(f" All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 mpaths

Bermuda Ice,
JMI3DE FROM J PURE IWdN
IVTA R. '
CAN be used under all circumstances without
the danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases affect the system, in the
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Streot, from 6 a.m., to 6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a, n to 10 a.m. De-,
livered in Hamilton 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 or
sickness I have made arrangements to delivef
ike at my manufactory at anyh our, day or night,
Sunday included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully ask a
continuance of the Public Patronage..
THOJMAS MILES.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.
V





Cheap forCash.

2 Fine Farm HORSES
2 PONIES (suitable for any
work single or double,)
2 CARRIAGES to seat 4
1 PHJETON to seat 2.
OUTERB RIDGE BROS.,
Reid Street.
June 20, 1881.-2

IUL AI& QL.
COMMISSION AND EXPORT
-MERCHANTS,
Fine Groceries, Grain, Provisions,
&c., &c.,
4 Front Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.
NEW YORK STORES,
314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip
104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cuba.
Orders for Groceries, Dry Goods and Goods
of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will
be filled at lowest Market rates either direct or
through our Bermuda house.

The Latest News /


mm WU~u


E A.A, 17 XJL i, ..
Steam Xce Cream FPactory.
[ADIES and Gentlemen now is the time you
Eq can enjoy Meyer's Steam Ice Cream made
Equal to that in London, Paris, or the United
States.
CONFECTIONERY made by steam Power,
consequently you will always find that Meyer
sells the best and cheapest confectionery in the
Island.
Prices to suit the times.
ICE CREAM reduced from FouR to THREE
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
wenty, Two shillings and sixpence per quar
only.
E. A. MEYER

Steam Ice Cream Manufactory,
Victoria Street, near East
Broadway, Hamilton.
June 14, 1881.

Dr. E. R. Mercer,
Veterinary Surgeon,
OFFICE No. 9, West Front St.,
Hamilton,


ev zTUU .Vore o uI. j. Uonyers, sqr.,
One Far HORSE, Residence, Harrinto Place,

and HiARNESS, Hamilton Parish.
Terms Moderate. Please apply to Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
HERBERT A. PENISTON, Will visit ST. GEORGE'S professionally on
Smiths Parish. Saturday.
fUn '218t1 illi .-tWie d. Office at McCallan & Co.


Q *I ..


Office at ICE lOUSE, East Broadway.
THE Subscribers wou!d respectfully inform
Sthe people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the r
House'of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may requir-
fce during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
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 JOHN B. STAHL 4. CO.,
East Broadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf

Wines for the Season.

fLARET Imported annually for 32
SAUTERNE years from same House in
Bordeaux
HOCK
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELLE
DO Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extradry)
DO. St. Peray
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
DO. Vouvray
SHERRY Pine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, SO years in bottle
GOSLIJ O BROS.,
Hamilton and St. Georgas
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881f., .

S. J. Canton 4 Son,
Watch Repairers and Jewellers.
13EG to inform the Public that they intend
"I carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late Mt. BARTHOLO-
MEW, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
Office.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE AND PLATED-WARE, Musicat
BOXES and INSTRUMENTS, Repaired al
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
satisfaction.
Hamilton, May 21st, 1881.
ASK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KaITC H EN, for scouring and clean
ing. It is better than Sapolio, and only abou-
half the price. It

'ro Lease for a term of
Years.
THAT Delightfully Situated MAN-
SION in Southampton, on the Great
Sound, known as Glasgow Lodge" with the
surrounding LAND, of which about eight
Acres are ARABLE; 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
and down.


May 17, 1881.-3m


Apply on the Premises.*


THE cheapst store in Hamilton is the Em-
porium.

AMERICAN WATCHES.











THHE above WATCHES for both
I Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. CHILD.
Front Street, Hamilton, .
Decr 16, 1878. u .oo.


Notice.

Notct.


I SAX OF
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
The Undersigned has been favored
with instructions to sell,
BYP JULIO AUCTION,

On Thursday,
30th J ne, 1881,
Commencing at 12, noon,
THE WHOLE OF THE VALUABLE
HOUSEnOLD tRriTI'URs,
Of Mr, T.' gWe4
-In the Roou~ ovehis Store, opposite th
Main Guard ain St. George,
Oomprising in part:-
Bed Room wo. I.
W ALNUT BEDSTEAD,,.
T I 3 Spring MATTRESSS (ha)
BUREAU with GLASS
-Night COMMODE with China FixtureB and
PUMP
Clothes PRESS Iron CREST
Small Rocking CHAIR -
4 Walnut CHAIRS
WASHSTAND Marble Top
BUREAU Marble Top

Bed Room o. 2.
C air MATTRESS
2 Straw MATTRESS
Mahogany Chest DRAVU95
Oak Do. Do." -withQ'LA4
Towel HOR8sE Rocking OfAt
Iron CHIES WASUSAND .
Bed Room EL. .

Bed Room .o, 3,.

2 MATESSS.Straw *ATT^
2 Small CHAIRS,

Room .No. 4.
MfAHOGANY Centre TABLE,
Round Do. Do.
TABLE with Marble Top
Mahogany TABLE
Rosewood Card TABLE
LOUNGE Crystal CHANDELIER
Cane Seat Easy CiAIR
12 Oval Oak Dining CHAIRS
Oak Extension TABLE
Mahogany SIDEBOARD
TABLE with Mahogany Sides
6 BUREAUS, with GLASSES
LAMPS BOOKS Hat RACKS
PICTURES GLASSES
Chambers' Pictorial and Illustrated


in 2 volumes,
Containing the following subjects;
Geography, Grammar, Theology,'
Geometry, Astroncmty,
Botany, &c.-
Cooking STOVE Meat SAFE
POTS and KETTLES CROCKERY
3,000 lbs.
Bermuda Arrowroot.
W. T. ROBERTS,
Auctioneer
Mr. J. T. NuozeT being about to leave
these Islands on a short visit-to England,
takes this opportunity to thank the Public fox
the kind patronage he has received, and trust.
that during his short absence his friends will
not fail to patronize his store as heretofore.
fSt. George's, May 3. 1881.

Notice.
Y recent Instructions from the Marine
'-'Boards of Underwriters or New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c;. I am naffed that in
accordance with the Polieild of Insuaot e now
Issued, it is imperative that all Billt and Cou-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Island ider
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, fe., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND,
Sole Reaideet Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &e.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881,.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission Merehants,
Aind INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadeuhall Street,
AMD AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C;
Personal attention given to Consignments.
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling jof Ber.
mudian orders.
April 13, 1880.


A .1% &







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WEEKLY gPdT OF `p r T' i A r M.t p R Imuda ucht-Oin Regatta. TIME TABLES,
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at IBernimudia, between o '-. B. .Y. C. i_ u s :,, idy, J' x, e 24
19reth ~and 26 June 1881, height above the e ea The annual Regatta, held under the auspices B C.riay
where the ltegister is kept, being 246 feet. of the above r.med Club, took plco on Friaty hw.. ,
Th" 1'y's mwu'n-.ntn compricsed w, o; fist {
lai.a Vi c ownwckiip, during the uaG.,dWlg yc;r, of the
"iJ8 S* Challenge Cup uestctrd to the Club by H. R. H. V
Jule t 5e i e D.uke of Flinburgh, on the occasion of his -
1881 .S a & General Etemarks. B visit to thcbe Island ; the second for a very sub- i "
S. stantial Purse subscribed by the generosity of the
N0 promoters of what may be called the National pas- K co -
time of Bermuda. Especial excitement and inter- 0
N 281 80 29-880 0.00 Fine' est was manifested in the preparation for Friday's C* 1o ci o c o
S.5 0 79 29-840 0-00 Fine races, inasmuch as it was the first time for some h '' **
S5 83 80 29"880 000 Fine years that the yachts were sailed under real Ber- P ; cr o
S- w 61 7579 800 0W Thick, hazy043 Fine iuda racing rules of"shifting ballast." Our -- ,
SN 376 00004 Fine popular ex-Commodore, Mr. Chas. Gosling, joyful-
26 n 476 75 30100 0"00 Fine ly went to work to fit and equip his well known 8
boat the Nautilus, which the owner hd built from i h .
JOSEPHUS PERINGCIEF a model and drafts of his own making with an 0
ep.. -- ial ee to the advhtiagcous use of iftin, e o
... /A ballast for racing purposes. Alongside of her was Q
,;"A V (fitted the hRdsoime crift Dautkss, lately built by n
the vresent- Commodore, the Hobble. J. H. Trim- r
inghlam; both. boats were launched in tip top J4-
mil To ,Jue 1SQ condition and high hopes were entertained by the b
W milt Junfe 28, 1881 rival factions of each as to the ultimate success of o _P d M -4
....t11.* ,-- their favorite-doomed, alas, to disappointment. 4 0
CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON. The Julia, the heroine of many a hard fought 0 0
ENT -EED. struggle, after months of inactivity, was again
s. o- i hauled up and in the hands of her owner, Mr. J. co co o
'a. .kp r- epu -oliya rassauPinoe Lightbourne, underwent a complete fitting up. C 4 c-i c I
aile, t T. Butterfield.& Son. Capt. Clapp left nothing undone to ensure success 1 -4 -1- "-
,7--rggt Excelsior. ayor, New York; assorted for the Emerald, and her magnificent appearance c '-
ftgf to .W. E.- abot....ma....m.st.have the ,
air Steamor Orinoco, Fraser, New York ;mai a Fd r on Frlday must fully have compensated the gallant o .
general cargo.--Agentsg,Troit & Co Commander for all his time and trouble. The lit-
t, Wter tie Belle de la Ville, in the experienced hands of ....
SCEABD r. Richard Darrell, was most carefully equipped, *
"ae n 23-Mail Steamer po'ambarou h, :Whitehurst,. and presented a perfect picture of a model Bermu-
New York ,10 9 potatoes, 14 3 s oriions, da yacht. The Nameless and the Undine were not 0
behind~their fair sisters in all the finery of snowy "
2-S. S. Neptno, bystal, London ; inward 0argo canvas, varnished sides and other adjuncts of ran -
pine appls, &c., and 287 boxes oitons, 67 efhpty cing adornment. In the Ze6pyr were centre all
hhds, lbIfcoinn 7 oasks arid 6 cases metal, 1 bli and the of the
S boxes merclihadize. semealban h hopes and.epectations of-'Wdrwick while the
".Ou. .. .niteu d strength of, St. Georges was lavished on o o c i
OSTO4IM OUE-8-. GfOCRG. W -- their'favorite boat the Unknown. The high winds Va o,,, -
D f m i that prevailed during the three .or four days pre-. a (I ,V M g M
Jene 22 oyal'lail 8tSamWerBeta, Shlw, Jamaica; feeding. Friday :las'were. very unfavorable for the. e
,*pAbii! Tproduee.-Agent, J. M. Eayward. trial cruises of the contending boats and the bois- M -
S~7T-B-ar e liZa Baies, Hollis,- New York; oken. &c. terous weather of Thursday left little hope of a
to Toft atp Cox. fine day's sport on the morrow. However all these t~ ,: I s c,
TJane 22- 1y f Call EABRa=* l gloomy prognostications vanished as the eventful
ma.UO 9 9 p uyafal Steamr B a, Shaw, Halifax; Friday morning, gradually clearing up, smiled
mails d prpu4 1OP : bright:and fair, with a gentle breeze which seemed C co '0 C s w '
AsaEORS, likely to increase as the day wore on. Every craft, .-t wv o t- e~
I Jhe "Neptobuol" fromNassau-Messrs.G;. T. big and small, oar and sail and steam, was put in
Langidge, J. J. Frith l^d T. D'.Y Brace. commission, and the picturesque waters of our? o to k10 o 1:0 i0 to L
I ,T the B.-Onofe from New York on Sunday last; lovely harbor seemed alive with every production
1 Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert of the builder's fancy. Large sail boats, freighted o ., I v ,'c- o a
3. Smith, Reyd J. H. Buckner, Mrs H. Tongue, 'Dr. with noisy, happy parties of pleasure-seekers, c .
Theodore Outdrbridge. : Messrs. A. J. Outerbridge, moved slowly to the scene of action; sprightly .
R. D. Whitter and George Ere, and five in Steerage. yachts, decked with gala bunting, lay lazily await- 1 -r
In the Steamer Flymborough on Thursday last. for ing smaller parties; gay and buoyant dinghies C C o C
New York; Mist Schmidt, Mr. Henry H. Ingham, danced on the sunlit waters and darted hither and p I C '0 c i -4
Capt. Briggs and Dr. E. Brienojelle.-2nd Cabin- thither as if impatient of delay. Store after store
Charlotte Brown, Albert Darrell.-Steerage-J. White, closed its shutters; the quiet streets of our little M .
Gee. Simnons Aos.T. Setell.. Deck--obert Pick- town were almost deserted and echoed but to ( A -
ara, and T, ef k br i the occasional footfall of the watchful guardian of
In the R. f. Steniner Betai for Halifax,-on Wefines- the public peace. The blue expanse of waters of 0 0
day last:Mrs E. B. Moore andt 3 childrbe,1ra. Bandy- the Great Sound was soon covered with the little o CS |
croft and child, Mrs. John Bluek, Mrs 0. H. Robin- armada, and awoke once more to take its share in 0Cn o o o c
Besae .Ritohtie, Miss Maria Tucker, Miss Helen Gos- was placed under -the green shores of Port RoyalC MI co CC
lfa, S Miss Edith Masers, Captain Bigg,R.A., Mr. whias aced under the green shore of Port Royal o
WlliamZi1Aok and on and Mr. Romney. hile the" windward" was anchored in the victn- 8--1
I t an S. on aoLndo Mr. I s h ity of the Camber. At the time appointed, off M C- SNM" oM o '
In the a. s. Nejtio for London: Mrs. Ness, the | started the Psyche, followed by the La Belle Ville, >0; cD v3 o -
Misses Ness, IMr. John Ness, Mrs Henry A. Smith the Undine, the Nautilus, the Nameless, the Daunt- 0 -
andthree children, Mr. G, T. Langridge, Mr. T D'Y less, according to their tonnage, the stately Emerald
Brace, and-Mr. Kiggs kss, according to their tonnage, the stately Emerald 4
Th ANewYork for Bermn r on bringing up the rear. The race for the cup had
The 22.n AJit, left New York for Bermuda on and all eyes wete turned on the white dots
-Bohr. fE. S nds, eat N on 18th i of snowy canvas far away in the distance. Tack
, 8ym 's, hence at New York On 18th after tack they made, bringing them nearer and .1 1-
ast,. ,nearer to their rounding point. Soon could be dis- It l J !
Brigt A. G. Jewett,,hence at New York on 22nd. tinguished the sprightly little Belle leading the
H. M. S. Orouites," Capt.'linahan, left Simon's flying squadron, closely attended by the Emerald. _
Town for West Coast of Afriea and West Indies On reaching the windward stake boat the Belle
on the 6th June. yielded her lead to the Dockyard boat, who round- The West Indies,
E. M. 8. Grifin GCommander Inglis, wa 'at ed first and squared away in gallant style. One The R. M. Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw, arrived
Nassau on the 16th instant. after another the contending boats followed her on Wednesday morning last from Jamaica, andd
The French Fri example, and rounded in the following order: [Za left dame afternoon for Halifax.
ndThe French Frigate Diimont Dirvie, Co' Belle Vile, the Nautilus, the Undine, the Dauntless, In addition to our exchange files Captain Shaw,
uandant M.Doe lHBainair, Captain de frigate, from- and Nameless. The wind kept light and as the with'his customary attention, sent us a file of Jai
Port au Priune, Hayti at:Halifahx in 10 days, n Emerald ha'd gained so decided an advantage on maica papers of the latest dates.
17th ist. -, 1the first stretch, the "experienced" in nautical. mat- BAUBAOS, June 8.-Slight showers are reier-
APPonTrMNTs.-Staff-Surgeon W. D. Iao,, ters had little doubt 6f the final result and turned ing the drought. The marketsis wellisupplied with
from "Griffon" to the -Urgent ;" W. Galloway, their attention to the boats that were struggling American breadtuffs and produce. Sugar is qu6-1
M. D., to the "Griffon." iM more equal terms for second and third honors. ted at $1 pen h quintal and molasses at 24c. per
"A Q -. New Y or "He rl" t Few there are who have failed to be struck by the gallon.
A Quyox VoiGK."--The New York 1' Herald" grace and beauty of our yachts when they spread ga-
of the 19th inst. says:-Phe schr. N. E. Symonds, their square sails and spinnikers to "flow to lee- .
(of Baverly, Mass,) Daniel C. Keenes, commander, ward." The little boat looks like some fairy sea- ce regret to notice the death at Halifax, Nova
has '~ift performed a voyage from here to Ber. bird, burying her breast :in the sparkling water, Scotiaon the 14th int, after a short illness, of
nauda and ba*, with a full cargo each way, in while she spreads two gigantic wings to propel her John, Taylor, Merchant, a native of Montrose.
.thaeshor spate of-15 days. through the wave, and long after one looses sight Scotland, in the 65th year of his age." In a pro-
The Steamers Arizona and Germanic on their last' of the shining hull and the figures that stand upon vlous issue of the Halifax Morning Chronicle,"
outw"apr_0aagea to ;New York, when nearing her gleaming deck, the large white pinions are stillthe ave we find it n-
Sandy' Hook, travelled in 24 hours, 420 mile ; a seen swiftly nd steadily nearing the distant goal. ticed that .While Captain John Taylor and Mrs.
(t,'^e of neatly 18 miles an hour. The Atlantic Roun0ding tIe leeward stake boat the yachts again -taylor were driving on Tower Road, on Sat-
408 miles,ia. 24 bodra. In 1876 when a passenger, beat up the Sound, the Emerald favored by the thrdayevnin when near the entrance leading to
in the 'City of Richmond from Liverpool to New light breeze and the heavy press of hemp canvass, .orse was started by a dog, and
york, Ia three days we,made 1022 miles gradually increasing her distance, achieved an easy got beyond control. Both occupants of the waggon
s victory, while the Undine secured second place fol- wre thrown out. Mr. Taylor receiving some severe
A .... i lowed by the Nautilus. wounds about the head, and Mrs. Taylor sustaining
A OMET. It was now considerably past two, and the spec. several bruises on her face. Neither received any
On Saturday night the 25th int, t abou tators who uring the xcitement of the contest internal injuries, but they will be confined to the
f8.3. ha, P a frienobmet was distiucty'seen in the I had feasted their gaze upon the varying incidents nouse for a week or two." Mr. Taylor was much
Nort and. rea.ned- visible for some fifteen ofr o the race respected in Halifax, where a one time his co.*
twaity mistes. 'The C oet was apparently tra. Began to feel, as well they might, of the cial transactions wcere mos extensive. hi one
veiling toward the South West, and there was a 'L h The keen demands of appetite," o ti cr li ages which ac companies i rembais
long and large tail stretching out (apparently) to. Luneon baskets, hampers, and the various requi- the Noth British Societp whose unid aemb ere of
wards the North .W.et. The Comet was a larg4 sites for pio-nicing were speedily opened and all r ih ety, whose united ages wyeree
one but ~ce nme tO be ditnt. If wabvtry diatin were soon engaged in discussing the delicacies that e*
.alafter beln watched for ahqbtiaaluaster cLan each one's taste had provided. The incessant pop- ; j
shoar disappeared behind t heavy bapk opUlon&d4 ping of corks and the merry rattle of pleasant con-. LanT HOUSE DESTROYED BY FiBE..-The Hare.
whic- Was Stretchnd all across the- Northdan veasation almost reminded one of the mimic war- bor Briton Light-house, situated in Fortunate Bay,
,hewion .' fare witnessed on the windy slopes of Brighton Newfoundland, was destroyed by fire about the
Thetoge6 was about due north of the Commis.4 dpwns when the Volunteers are gathered'together 12th instant. As this is the resort of fishing ves.
eariat office hen: observed.' On Sunday night it on an Easter Monday. Many of the boats finding sels, particularly American, throughout the year
was not seen, the who lp Nort4ien horizon having that they were too heavily ballasted took occasion for bait, the early announcement of the disaster
been, at the tnhe w l looked for, very between the races to ease themselves of their su. may probably prove valuable. Some months must
loudy. .'* k perfluous burdens, while the freshening breeze elapse before another can be erected at same place..
*. xt ( .. -. ... { warned those who had been carrying a large spread The first Steamer of the line between Montreal
.. ox. " A. N.w',Ht ,: N ,aptainyN ta-__, in 8 dayt: from.N. a and igiahts.- Agnm the boas were started Much consternation was created at Ottawa,
Ne'. .oC t oniriy lst, .anl after taking in .a..uctis tuhe not for glory and 'the short-lived sa- Canada, on Sunday morning 26th instant, by a
onee ods r~rpe 'astl, san loft osterdai ngi tion of winning J.is Royal Highness' Cup, slight earthquake shock, many persons believing
Tor anso qewast 4 T'etame at New: ,na,,,., ... t, t- the prophecy that be world would end this


*Prbiderio6 for pine-4pplcs.,, L) -ILitii T~n l-1 vyear was about to be fulflled. At Quebec several
. .Trith, Esr., passenger by the "Neptuno," ol experience of tides and currents could persons set up all Saturday night awaiting 'the
kindly bandediwta file of theassau "Guardian" gallant anclosely contested races that it has bee anticpae end of te world
fithe 16thistAt. our pleasure to witness, the well known yacht the
-Thbey do nO rmo y Us witi anyspecial news. Nameess rounded the winning stake boat, bringing The French army of occupation in Tunis is fixed
Thqgi 'W ernor aof* New Providencelis Excel- joy to the heart of her owncr, Mr. John C. Wat- at 10,000 men. A dispatch from Constantinople
lec F 'an$ proclamation declare: lington, and her numerous friends and well-wish,. represents that the relations of the Porte with the
ed tV t =aI lmh, V6afta and Columbian Silver ers. Her rivals fQllowed in' quick succession, tak- French Embassy are still very strained in conase-
Jd dollars '-hay- oeasp' to' be a legal ing their honoeiltn the following order: the Zephyr, quence of the Taunis affair.
rer =,elei tht rrvy a annin the Dauntless, t4-.Laell. e Vilk, the Nautilus, the A dispatch from Calcutta to the Times says :"A
ee rratn and canning of Jia,the Undine, th1-enmown, the Emerald. The report has reached Calcutta from Cemtral Asia
ine.al s' has' onben tabhed at Nassau y ais- Bermuda aquatic Derby was over, every boat, that large bodies of Russian troops are assembling
V.. uion a isprogressing very atis- evry heart was homeward bound; all seemed on the :.borders of Kashgar, and that a conflict
fSwlftzl7.-- 160 women and girls were employed iu pleased; all had evidently thoroughly enjoyed the with the Chinese troops cannot longer be averted.
elicidn &ra ating.eAo apples by machinery, be. day's outing, and the Regatta of Friday iast chro- Prince Leopold took his seat in the House of
attending to theoailers, &o. The qua fllety ofthe nailed as one of the successes of the past. Lords Monday as Duke of Albany.
fruit put'up aif Johnson'sEstablishment ia very The Spanish Governmenl will send the sum pi i
hkbly lANke fi A The Vourt for Crown Cases Reserved has confir- $1,000;000 for the relief of the Cuban Treasury.
The particulars of the launoh.of a Yacht for the med with costs the conviction of Herr Johan Most, In the House of Commons, Wednesday the bill
Bishop of the Dioceseof New Providence is con- publisher of the Socialist journal Freiheit, who was for the abolition of capital punishment was reject-
tained in hb Nassau Guardian" of the 1st June. tried last month in the Cential Criminal Court and ed by a vote of 176 to 89.
She i named ThqWMassage of Peace," is 50 feet found guilty of inciting to murder. An explosion occurred on Saturday, June 9h,
long, is 1 feet beam-apd.6 feet 9 inches depth of An explosion occurred on Saturday, June 19th,
holg, Sheet ei bestt mate inchriales depth of The directors of the Great Eastern Steamship on board II.M. ironclad steamer Monarch while
hdl. Shet1 od we ,bt adapterials, commo Company have decided to offer the Great Eastern preparatiods were making for torpedo practice at
dforw-ich she dhin well-adapted fr the purpose 'at public auction on the 1st of next October, unless Golottaf Tunis. An officer was killed and several
for which she is intended, previously disposed of at private sale. sailors were wounded.


POTATO AND CEREAL CROPS IN IRELAND
MOST PROMISING.
Accounts from all parts of the island agree in
stating that the harvest prospects were never better
than they areatpresent. (May 28.) Should the au-
tumn fulfil the promise of the spring the Irish farm-
ers will this year enjoy the inestimable blesings
of a bountiful ingathering of the fruits of their la- .
bour. The seed-time has been most favorable
and notwithstanding the time that has been devoted '
to agitation and lawlessness, we (Daily Chronicle)
are told that the country is well cropped and has
now put on an appearance of luxurious fertility.
Farming operations, in fact, have been carried on
as though nothing had happened. Not only are the
potato and cereal crops in a flourishing condition,
but the pasture lands never looked better, and the
orchards promise a plentiful yield. Irish cattle are
fetching a fair price, and the demand for 'dairy pro-
duce is fully maintained. Under these circumitei-
ces, says a correspondent of the Pqll Mall Gazette,
" the contentions between Leaguers and Emergency 4
men at various-sales for rent are beginning to assume
rather an amusing than a grave character, ahd the
levity of some of the agricultural classes inm their
bidding for stock, and processions of decorated
animals and other grotesque rejoicings, are a leas-
ing token of their lighter spirits and som what o
greater confidence in the future.'
A Spanish Zorilla Refuses the Proffered Amnesty
oJ Sagasta's Government. .
PArIa, June 14.-Our Biarritz correspondent tele-
graphs the following:-"At the Spanish republican
conference here Senor Ruiz Zorilla declared himself
ready to leave the direction of the elections to Mortos
and Salmeron, as he still persists in the design of
remaining in voluntary exile, declining the proffered
amnesty of Sagasta's Government. He prefers to
remain abroad, there to manage, direct and lead
underground agitation in the lower orders of Spanish
society and in the army. By this means he believes.-
he can still undermine the throne of Alfonso XIL .
In vain did Martos, Montero, Rios and Figuerola
try to shake the resolutions of Zorilla, assuring him
that the old practices of revolutionary strategy are
no longer so feasible in modern Spain. He coldly
reminds them that before coming to Biarritz he had
stated lie would never return to Spain to take the
oath of allegiance as a member of Parliament. The
attitude of Zorilla is encouraged, his friends say here,
by Gambetta and other French and Italian statesmen
who are on intimate terms with the great Spanish
agitator.
Experiments in Submarine mining were made
recently at Port Royal. A Nova Scotian contempor-
ary notes that H'alifax, among other places, is tO be
protected by a system of submarine mines. The
chief feature of the system consists of a chain of
sunken mines of two descriptions-namely, those
which explode upon contract with a vessel, and
ground mines which are discharged by electricity
from the shore at the moment of the vessel passing
over the spot. The mines, it is satisfactory to note,
are not laid down in time of peace, but are kept in j
readiness available for completion in a very few
hours.-Jamaica Gleaner, June 6.
A GOVERNOR TRANSFERnnD.-The Governor of New-
foundland, Sir John Hawley Glover, has been
transferred from the administration of this coloney
to that of the Leeward Islands. Ilis Excellency, who
shares with Sir Garnet Wolseley the glories of Coon-.
assie and Lagos, is a particular favorite with the
imperial authorities. He was strongly opposed to
the Newfoundland railway project, because he c4n-
sidered it calculated to Americanize an old and
loyal English colony, but. his private feeling and
views invariably yielded to a sense of his profound
responsibility as a Proconsul of Great Britian, and
therefore a constitutional ruler, and his assent both to
the Railway bill and the Alien bill was given without
any apparent reluctance.--ST Johns, N. F., June 14.

To ths Editor oJ the Royal Gazette.
DEAx SIx,-I am in receipt of Account Sales of
Early Rose Potatoes, shipped to London in Feby.
per. S. S. Ceto," and consigned to R. G. Lee & Op.
These potatoes sold for 10s. per cwt., or 5s. per
crate, and there is little doubt, that after the ex-
tensive advertisement that has been given them liy
the above mentioned firm, we may always count cn
London as a market for our early Potatoes.
Kidney potatoes always preferred.
Your truly,
NATHANIEL VESEY.,
Devonshire, June 27th, 1881.
Kidneys sold at 14/ to 14/6, and Prolific at if/
per owt.

A Cable dispatch to the Toronto Globe fro
London says: The return-of the Princess iMuse
to (Canada is talked of as certain to,.o'ur shortl..
The date is not positively fixed." .

A Supplement of FiveCo
lumns, accompanies this issue of the Gazette :
it contains the proceedings of the Honorable
Legislative Council on the 24th and 27th insts.,
and also that of Honorable House of Assembly
on the 27th-with much European intelli
gence.
MARRIED. HANDLY-NOBLE.-On June 9 at th
Parish Church Clifton, by the Revd, Alfred Elton
vicar of Pitminster, Somerset, assisted by the Rev. Ti
H. Clark, AUoUSTUS MOURANT HANDILY, Esq., Ma,
jor, l9th (Princess of Wales's Own) Regiment, seon4
son of the late Rev. Augustus Handley, ot Blaisdoni
Gloucestershire, to LucY ILES, eldest daughter of th4
late Robert Noble, Esq., of Halifax, Neva Sceotia.--
Army and Navy Gazette, June 11. '
.......... on Thursday, June 23rd, 1881, at the resi
donee of the Bride's Parents, No 325, 10th Street
Brooklyn. New York, by the Revd. N. D. Gulick,--
ORMOND L. DICKINsoN, of Bermuda, to LIBBIn
Daughter of Capt. James H. .and Annie E. Hughes, o$
Brooklyn, N.Y. .

DIED. in Southampton Parish ou 24th inst., Mns.
SA.CAH VINCENT PRATT, aged 60 years.


...... at Myrtle Cottage, Somerset, on the 24th
inst, JoHN JosEPri, infant son of sergt. Robert and!
Catherine Burnett, Royal Engineers, aged 5 month
An Inquisition was held in Sandy's Parish on the
18th inst,, before Charles C Keane, Esq., Coroner, on
view of the body of John Wellman, who was found dead
in his house on the evening of the previous day.-
Verdict died from Natural causes.

For Rent.

j The House and
25 .CRES OF L IJD,
Lately occupied by the Bevd. C. P. K. Coombe,
A Square PIANO Forte by Collard & Col-
lard, made expressly for this climate.
And many Articles of Solid Mahogany and
Cedar Furniture is offered at Private $ale.
Apply to
MRS. COOMBE,
On the Premises.
Southampton, June 27th, I881.-5


Postponement
OF SALE OF



HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

The UndekRned has been In-
structed- to notify the 'blic tht
the Sale of the
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Of Mr. T. Nugent,
Advertised to take place on the 30th instant,
HAS- BEN -OPO OWD
Until further Notice.
W. T. ROBERTS,
Auctioneer.
St. George's, 29th June, 1881.

Auction.


WILL BE


SOLD AT


R. H. Duerden's Stores,
WEST END,


29th June, 1881, the following Goods :
15 TUBS Good BUTTER,
T 10 Boxes RAISINS .
'15 Bls. MEAL 15 Bls. FLOUR .
Boxes Florida WATER
PERAMBULATORS
15 Bags OATS, 3 bushels' Bags RICE
Sardines Pickles Confection4r
Alspice Oil Cake Black P IF per
Olive Oil KeroSene Oil
Portland Cement Carriage SHAFTS
Forks Rakes Hoes
And many other articles that will appear
at the Sale.
R. H. DUERDEN
June 27th, 1881.

Auction Notice!

THE E*IPEORfIS rS
AUCTION SALE -OF "

CLOTHING, &c.,
Will be Continued
To-morrow, Wednesday,
29th itst., at 12 o'clock, noon,
Under the Middle Shed. -
W. J. HENEY,
Hamilton, June 2Q, 1881.

Nam-

Mr. Robert J SM.ITI
The Popular Lecturer,
Has arrived and intends giving a sjes of
*Lectures during his ojour her.
The first of the series will be-giyent on
Friday Evenii,

July 1st,
AT THE ODD-FELLOWT' HALL ;
Subject-The Two Races of Nou th
.Amnerica; -
Price of Admission-BerervedSeat, 1/6
Body of Hall, 1/. /
eIseryod Tickets for sale at Mr. 3. Th
T. Jackson's Store, where a pla of the
Zall may be seen and seats secured. .
Mr. Smith w & ArA W
1eTe and lectured extensively throughout
the United Kingdom of Great Bri.t6in and
Ireland, theUnited ,States of Amerieaapd
Dominion of Canada, and has gained con-
siderable reputation as a Lecturer, there-
fore the Public may expect an intellectual
feast.
S June 27, 1881.

The Bermuda Library,
27 June,188),
p BBSO$8 are invited to forward to.tA..izi-
'Saran' at the'Library, h0e titles 'ad
cost' price of auny B oa reconmnended.for inr.
port nation, vith thepul 1iho.sjam.idif

f as the Trustees are bouto enad
books. .
S. BROWNLOW GRAY, ,
3 3p Honprar y eety

Just Received, ;
VROMJVNEW YOR K,
Per P. S.' Orinoco,"
The Fairy and Safety Queen
0 iL TO FJiF ,
With Tea Kettles, Sauce Paus and Frying Pans,

ALSO ON HAND,
A Good Selection of Summer PRINTS, ,
Pilaw Case COTTONS.
White ad Brown SHEETING
White and Brown LNEN"
Keeps White SHIRTS .-:
English White SHIRTS "
Regatta SHIRTS
Ladies .Hid and leather

yJ Boots & Shoes,
Gents' Leather BOOTS & SHOES
And about 70 yards of Chear CLOTI fof
window curtains, &c.
W. H. WATIJCGTON,
Reid Streeh, Next West Mrs. J. S. Steeds
June 28th, I881.-1







-,.* -.. 4


BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


By Public Auction,
UNDER THE BIG STIED,

On Thursday next,
The a0th Inst., at 12 o'clock" M.,
O5 BXES Superior SEGARS
J- 25 Bis. Tart Corn MEAL
5 BIs. Jamaica GINGER
20 Tubs Family BUTTER
10 Drums New Halifax CODFISH
6' 1oxeg Laundry SOAP
10 Boxes Laundry STARCH
50 Gross Comb MATCHES
10 Boxes London Layer RAISINS
10 Half Chests Superior TEA
50 Pcs. Breakfast BACON
-531Bs.OATMEAL
10 Dozen English Dairy CHEESE
10 Bls. Kerosene OIL
40 Qts. Guinea CORN
10 Bis. London Bottled ALE, 3 doz. each
'About 25 POTS, containing each one Le-
froy GRAPE VINE
2 Good Farm


1 MULE, Dray and Harness
11 Large Window FRAMES, shipped con-
trary to order, suitable for School House
or other Building where ventilation is re-
quired
S The well known Yacht
=,IJORNET, ;
i be sold, hull and fittings, sails, ballast,
&c., all separate
SA good Cedar Copper-fastened Rowing
BOAT, 10 feet,with oars, rowlocks ,&c., &c.
A Good Pleasure.Cedar BOAT, for Row-
ing or Sailing,"
A Lot of FURNITURE, &c., &c.,
belonging to a gentlemen leaving the
S| 'Islands,
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auwdi6neers.
Hamilton, June 27, 1881.

TO BE SOL,
BY AUCTION,
By Order of the Mortgagee,
- ,/ .Bry ,%. II leney,
AUCTIONEER,
ON THE PREMISES, ON


the 20th July next, at 12 o'clock, noon,
ALL that small ISLAND in Sandy's Parish,
A called DANIEL'S ISLAND, and also
all that parcel of LAND, in the same Parish,
estimated to contain 7 acres, bounded on the
North, East and West by the Sea, and on the
South, by Land now or late in the occupation
or possession of Anne Burrows, Catherine
Burrows and Jane Burrows.
5 WITH THE
Dwelling House, |
OUTHOUSES and APPURTENANCES.
.Terms and Conditions of Sale made known
at the Auqtion. -
: 8S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
For the Mortgagee. 4
HailAlton, 25th June, 1881.-4Ap

Mammoth Union Bazaar,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.

There will be a Mammoth



HELD AT
Odd Fellows' Hall,
"'' ONTHE
28th, 29th & 30th Inst.
WHERE A
Ch" Ohice collectionn ofuseful and
... fancy articles and all the niceties
Sof the Season will be of-
ered for Sale.
PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE
B, M. E. OHRH.
There will be a Band in attendance.
Price of admission 6d.
Hfmilton; June 20th, 1881.-2 3p


Money to be Loaned
On approved Mortgage Securities.
SApply to
S. BROWNLOW GRAY.
Hamilton, 25th June, 1881.-1 pd

: final Notice.
TrHt Undersigned Professional Yachtmen
take this method of thanking the Gentle-
men who have given them such liberal p:,tron-
age, and to give notice that after the presout
date, they will NOT sail any Royal Bermuda
Yacht Club Races under TEN POUNDS
STERLING EACH.
S(Signed) F. C. SIMMONS,
A. '.SSIMMONS,
B. C. SIMMONS,
E. W. SIMMONS.
Pagets, June 27, 1881.-2 pd


S. Pleasant Evening in
the Counstry,

Ice Creams !! Music!!!

AN ICE CREAM FESTIVAL
In aid of the BLudiiag Fund of the Snith's
Parish School, will be held,
AT THE HERMITAGE,"
Smith's Parish,
On the Evening of
THURSDAY, 7th July,
Commencing at 5 p.m.
Ice Creams, Hermit's Cell, Gipsey Tent,
Rebekah at the Well, Tables of Pretty and
Useful Articles; a fine collection of Rose
Plants, Fusehias, Mosses, Begonias and other
Plants, Song Birds and many other attrac-
tions.
A Band of Music will be in attendance.
The entrance to the grounds will be marked
by Lanterns and Flags.
Price of Admission 6d. Children half price.
Smith's Parish, June 28, 1881.


NOTICE.
ON Thursday July 7th, 1881, at 3 P. M., (D.
O. V.,) there wi!l be, at Mr. John G. Allen's
residence, Bailey's Bay, an
Ice Cream Entertain-
ment,
TOIEPrHER WITH VARIOUS-KINDS OF
Refreshments, 4"c.
FANCY GOODS, FOR SALE,
The intention being for a Gobd Cause,
patronage is respectfully solicited The spot is
near the Water Side, and all who attend will,
doubtless return to their homes amply satisfied.
Admission to the Entertaiment for Adults--
6d at the Door.
Children, Half-price.
,A Band of Music will be in attendance.
MRS. J. G. ALLEJV.
Bailey's Bay, Hamilton Parish, ?
June 27th, 1881. ,


To be Sold, by Auction,
ON THE PREMISES,


The 26th July, 1881, at 12 o'clock,noon,

4Dwelling House
AND
LOF' OF LLAdD
At the South East Corner of CHUOr H STREET
and BURNABY STREET, in the Town of Hamil-
ton, immediately opposite the Bishop's Lodge.
For permission to view Apply to MR.
JOHN ROGAN.
June 28, 1881.-5

REAL ESTATE
2o T2TOrf OW SAZZO N
FOR S.Ct.


or SHOP, two stories high, 30 feet x 16 feet
9 iehes, fronting on Parliament Streat,- and a
lot of LAN6Dadjoiningit on the North measuring
50 feet by 25 feet or thereabouts. Thie whole
frontage on Parliameit Street id about 42 feet.
The Shop (without the Lot) :has always rented
at 25 a year.
Terms moderate. Title clear and indispu-
table.
Please apply to
S. BROWNLOW GRAY, ESQR.
The Premises can be viewed on application to
J. S. B. COX, liamilton.
June27, 1881.

Revised Edition of the
MH TES T4.EXT.
A few Copies on Sale at the "Royal Ga-
zette" Stationery Store.
June 27, 1881.



A Large Supply Received
AND FOR SALE,
At the RTorAL GAZETTE Stationery Store,
.t, Low Prices.
Hamilton, June 28th, 1881.

Notice,
To Growers and Owners

OF BERMUDA PRODUCE,
IN consequence of the great increase in ou
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 lBermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New York, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense of
the Owners interested, and owners will clearly
understand that all the dangers of transport are
borne by them.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June, 3p
April 19, 1881.


New York fail Steamer.

THE S TEIMIER



Will leave the Port o/f hamilton,
At 10 a i.
THURSDAY,
30th June,
FOR GRASSY BAY,
And will there await the arrival of the Mails to
be despatched, hence for
NEW YORK, ,iT I, P.M.
The ORINOCO is not to return during the
Season.
Passengers are invited to come on board here
at 9'30 a.m., the 30th June, or to board the
vessel at Grassy Bay on their own risks.
Unless previously filled, to the full carrying
ability of the ship (when passing through the
channels) Freight, Parcels, and Specie on Freight
will be received until 6 p.m., 29th Jane, and
Bills of Lading for Produce will be signed until
10 a.m., 30th June.
TROTT 6 COX,


Hamilton, Bermuda, 27th Juue, 1881.


Agents.


Colonist once.

Freight RBoom for
NEW 'ORK.
THE BARQUE
Eliza Barss,"
Will leave hence for New York
ON THURSDAY
30th June, 1881.


She may have limited room
Freig'). :'i moderate terms.
Please apply to
TROTT
Jnne 27,1881.-1 .


for Onions on


& COX,
A GENTS.


Colonist once.


ENTERTAIN MENT!
Under the Distinguished Patronage of
.CAPT. THOMAS BARNARDISTON,
R.N.,
In charge of Naval Establishments, &c., &c.,
Ireland Island,
And Principal Officers of H. M. Dockyard,
Bermuda.
THE ATLANTICS OF SOMERSET
S Will have the honor ofgvivrag

2 Entertainments
On the Evenings of
Friday and Staturday,
8th and 9th.July,
At the R. N. Theatre, Spar Yard.
Slight change of Programme each evening.
-(See Handbills.) .- -
An.Effieient Band will be i6 attendance.
,Price of Admission-eR~erve 2/; Back Seats
I/; Gallery 6d. ;. ,
TICKETS may be had of.Mr. W. Pitman,
Spar Yard, and at doors on nights of perform-
ance.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Performance pre-
cisely at 8 p.m.
Funds in aid ,of a Benevolent purpose.
President and Treasurer, W Stowe;,Mana-
ger, Gibbs Symonds; Secretary, W. H. Trott,
Jr. ; Musical Director, Samuel Trott.
VIVAT REGINA.
Juno 27, 1881.-2

Guinea Corn
FOR PLJ' A T1Ui G.

Tmis is T .lE .yT rrj,
SEE BER1lUD)A ALMANACK.
CHINESE Sugar CANE TOBACCOS
Soldier's PRIDE (old LEAP
Vanity FAIR (in Tins)
And a variety of other Choice kinds both
Chewing and Smoking.
CIGARE TTES Choice SEGAIRS
Cigarette PA PER R
Lawn Tennis SETS
Regulation BATS and BALILS
Ice Cram FR11EEZERS
Iron I EDSTEADS
IIAMMOC(S
Wire DISH COVERIS-Galvanized
LAMPS-Duplex and other kinds in great
variety and neat Patterns,
Bed Room SETS CHAIRS TABLES
LOUNG ES and other Furniture.
C. H. ROBINSOZV.
45 Front Street, Hamilton,
28th Juie, 1881.

For Rent.
The Well Known Premises
Belonging to the Estate of the late JAMES
TATrPna, and lately occupied by
IR R. PHILIP NESS,
At Salt Kettle, (Warwick Parish,)
Containing about Ten Acres of Land mostly
arable, a Commbdious
SDwelling Bouse
With Stable, Carriage House, Bathing House
and all other necessary Out-Houses and two
Cottages on the Land. There are five Tanks at
present full of water with a fine Wharf, and a
fish pond. Possession given immediately.
Por further particulars please apply to
J. T. DARRELL,
Executor.
Hamilton, June 28, 1881.


caipllm u (i DP i) I
PAYABLE AT THE TREASURY,
From 1st July, 181a otisoih Juno; 1882, in-
czlsive.


Arrowroot, u na Laoure ,, the 100
pounds, ten hig3 .- 0 J0
Arrowroot, nanufac T .10, l.b.Pbeniu1,
sxpensce 0 0
Alsohol
Arrack :.-
Brandy.
Cordials the Gallon, four
Gin shillings 0 4
Peppermint Water
Shrub .,I
Whiskey J
Rum, the Gallon, four shiings 0 4
Wine of all kinds, 20 por. ceontau ad-
valorem
Malt Li- (the Hogshead, one pound 1 0
quor, Ci- in bottles commonly -call-
der, .andj ed quart bottles, the
Perry Dozen-one shilling "0 J
gigars-the Thousand, ten shillings 0 10
9 or, one shilling the pound, attho
option of the Importer 0 1
Tobacco (other than Ci- (the Pound,
-gars) and Snuff two pence 0 0
Cows,. Calves, Heifers and Oxen-
-per head, four shillings 0 4
And in all cases where such duties are
imposed acooiding to ahy specific 1
quantity the same shall. be deemed
to apply in the same proportion to
any greater or lesslqhantity..
,On all Goods. imported, except arti-
cles subject to specific- duties, and
those enumerated in the following
Table of Exemptiosg, and such
Books as "inder the. Act entitled
An Act t 'regulato the inporta-
.tion of Books and to protect the
British Author," are subject to an
import duty of fifteen per centum
-five per centumn ad valorem.
TABLE OF EXEMPTIONS.
Books, not reprints of:.British Publi-
cations; Bullion; Coin; Diamonds; -
Fresh Fruit and Fresh Vegetables,
excepting, potatoes; Horses and
other Beasts and Provisions and
Stores of every description import-
ed for the use of Her Majesty's
Land and Sea Forces or of the Con-
vict Establishment in the event of
Convictsbeinghereaftcrtransported
to these Islands, being the property
of Her Majesty, on satisfactory
proof of their being the property of
Her Majesty, and Horses of Mili-
tary Officers brought into these Is-
land as a necessary part of their
Military Equipment, subject to all
conditions, provisions and regula-
tions contained in any Act passed or
to be passed by the Legislature of
these Islands, provided that no
Military Officer during the whole
term of his service in these Islands
shall be allowed to import free of
import duty mor horse than shall
be shewn by the Certificate of the
officer commanding Her Majesty's
Troops or other proper officer to be
required by such officer importing
such Horses under Her Majesty's
Military Regulations as a necessary
part of his Military Equipment;
Ice; Baggage, consisting of Apparel
Sand Professional Apparatus of Pas-
sengers; Personal effects of Inhabi-
t ants of these Islands dying abroad
and not intended for sale; Speci-
mens of Natural History; Trees,
Plants, and Shrubs for Planting;
Goods and Animals imported on
account of the Public of these Is-
lands by any Public Officer or Com-
mittee, being the property of
the Public, or purchased at the Pub.
li. expense.
Coals.
Uniforms and other Articles import-
ed by Naval or Military Officers,
being a. part of their necessary
Naval or Military Equipment.
No Goods to be Warehoused unless
the duties amount to 5 or unless
intended for ulterior Market.
No Goods to be taken out of Ware-
house unless the duties amount to
2, &c.
Personal Property sold at Auction,
(property sold under process of any
Court or under the order of any
i Judge as such, or belonging to Es-
States of deceased persons only ex-
cepted) subject to duty of 2 per
cent. less 2 per cent. on such duty
to Auctioneers for collecting and
paying the same.
Parties exporting Goods are entitled
on certain conditions to the whole
of the duty paid on the importation
thereof when the duty on the said
Goods amounts to 2.
Drawback oi duties are allowed for
Goods sold to and becoming the
property of H. M. Government.
The Auctioneers' Bonds expire on the
30th June instant, and must then bes
renewed. Auctioneers to make their
returns quarterly-within ten days
after the last days of March, June,
September and December, respec-
tively.
m o _. a t L- -


4d. the ton on Merchant .Vessels.
Steam Packets carrying the Royal
Mails exceeding 600 tons or
plying with Passengers and
Freight 0o 0
"Do. Do. not exceeding 600 tons 1 4 0
Storeships and other Vessels wholly
employed in H. M. Service are ex-
empt from this duty.
JAMES TUCKER,
Receiver General.
Receiver General's Office, 2
June 27, 1881. O
WFVanted,
S.An Owner for a GOLD RING,
With Jet Cluster,
, Apply to the Police Office, Hamilton,
7h June, 1881.


Not~ce


to ulC rid it-


0 oi.44iJ .$eoretary s (iQfflce,
-. !,'. 27rn JOjIC
AL, Persoto hiavIji JIIMA aaost the
A Pubfte ra 4'' rqr.g-r r i-wo 'O"ttipp lies
been paid by the w uiaTi .w~ory twefittuo of


ulet ajai auuhouity, are nreey "ewMIreo to
render their respective :Aft*eouhti~fi~Cieate-
0 duly vouched and certifiefa a mide "pi to the
30th day of this present tuionth of 'June, to
the Clerk of Her Majesty', ouciJoe -,
o On or before the 8th daty.of.July,
next,. : -
0 Ta Com mitteeMof the GI.se o.f hsaeGi \s,v,
ap oi;n ud u-der the auViority of6' iho eA t, idtled
Ac t3 puv.ide for thea qi-arti;Auditing
and pr~;'-i-, n of the claims .of .* air,, Publii
0 Cr-dito's"--are hercI,,f 4quiredA-t.otest be-
0t:.:.'n 6,os th and( l;th.day of theo shid mouth of
0 July, a1d tUe Corouitte ,o0 tfAeni g ArrJivK
CGouSci,, between the 8th ritd 11fth "wof "he
sane tmonti to audit and pasi sucji Ac~4f'ts.
2 : ^ "* "- ,, U -1 .





H-E following AOs86 hve.b i pasd by
ithe .4efisla tu1e of ieta0i dft t'o
-piese8 t Se siohn: E. '*
No. I-An Act to name:n tb L,'r:' m to
SJurors. *. 11 t r .. 'r
(In forc" o t,3 .st : .I a
2-An Act for raising a RIlevnio fo1tti 'sup-
port of the GoVernmen 6Of t.e-i 1I ~ia-
j"esty's Islands -and'to apnpr,.riat"" r-tain
S sums to the discharge pi/ tie extnma- of
I Government as therein bspr sso.' ;..
"3-An Aot to amend the- Adit A't, 1&7
S. (In force to the Slat JeeerlBer; 188;i
S4-An Act to amend the rIv s rat4-l tothe
protection of Wild Birda. ""
5--An Act to ma&'L iora. effoetuhlkrvioon
Sfor the recording of WAfms ana. Iod '- the
Secretary's Office. ,.
(In force to 31st December 1883..:
JoR,. $. WE lBST
S Ctolbuin.1. rty. .
I COLO1A. 'EC}iTA .. E,y

APPICATIONS will be aeoeivod ttC't'
Sat.'trhda 2nd J .4b n s

From Persones who are dlesiiou&of c-ployin'nt
in Re-,r.U'ig Wills and Ded.. ..
Candidates must write a good hib nd,; Addtba
able to copy with accuracy and ieasc.atle
quickness. .
R. E.. WEB 7fYR,




to receive applications froiani out s

desirous bf obtaining the apspointeew t ot
Colonial er '
AND CLERK TO THE ,SOARD OF
WORES 'OF BEtMUDA. "
-Applicants will be reqied. to prve
That they white a noea-andsegible and,
Leter.; thatmat'tno goo'u 1 cddhiotu;Atf,
that they are coier t wh the .daH
| of th ordinary EBilding T'rade, andl Abt
| to n:easure, oiviwailte and vaht.'Ii.imnm~bs
Swor; .that they. aro able to make a t
and design for a Eu;l'1.'n wi.g n.i' La.-*
and wo'LR:ng drawmgs, to wri e ou 0 a spr-
cification the-eof, to tal opt q antitie,
Sand prep)aro a cdtail l and frarn~ c..eii-
mate of the hat cs;y t.rtu pric-
tical Land Surveyors a-dn ci'.;.. ga;it h
the use of the 'Iybeodoliteo.rA ;crielfii
field niasuirormenlt.ai i Ln a t rt
PlatV.tof-Grouad. --
Applioations, statirg p aud frw'amrng
testimonials, yi1 be xi'Q vqdt.o k c p-p
i (AL SaoBfri s OrFpC -t127lnoon, on


Sathe 8th day ofJuly, 18J31. r '
RICHARD W. JER iA ,:'
S" Clerk to the EoUard of W,,w,*
27th June, 1881. '
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTER S, N.H


rU'JL OFFIC E r AiR-14TON IIiIUn Juli/, -1m1v4
"Ivan Jos Selvio Amarual, -iealo (iAbtuizjb ,jb'i
Ad ans, E Bernados, George A, BurtfiEid, DiE-
jam n Burgess,-Mrs M;BoaeUiIebj6ai :, % r..-n,
Miss Margaret Bean, B Bean, Mra J e
F.aaeis -Cor, Parnullen *Couopgdr', Feres F ,ira,
Auguatus Guest, Capt,.W Qardiner, Francisco .'o.,
'ioncalves, G Gouguina, Wi-i }ayW ,rtJ,a'Je
Francis Henry, Emma Jaekean, Lydia Cowle, JaI e
S Jones, E E Joag,Brow u Jonos, Mr *if1IJsx
Susan Lee, Mrg_ Cha-rt-s AcOartc Robr g J
Moulton, S Jose Midina, Miss J McKay, Mr Muit, .
Aliss Ann Outorbridge, IAcafstae Piuder ,,Lr r- ~ .
Powell, Mrs Susan Robinson, 1 r,'Johr IF itoljas,
C H Robinson, J W Ruffin, Estit Stu(bb, Lino R
Spedon, Thet D Stowe, Jo Mitia b4 6ijai A M
O Steel, Ivhn J Se*ern, F E Steward, The ia'uck-
or, Mrs E' M Turner, Bnjarmin Trott, J B 'uclier, .
Alice rucker, 0 L '"loukr .),1 Shad(olt, ) TI) eti
S Wellman, Miss usan Wilaon, Donal Washing-'.-'
ton. - '-
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE'-POSl6T':Pi
FICE, ST. GEORG E, June 27th, 1881,.
William Athill, James Clark., Joseph T Light-
bourn, Lucinde J Raynor, Peter Richardson, Sarah
Trott, William Tucker.


> ** *






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


From-the Army andNavy GOae'te, June 4.
THE LOSS OF THE DOTEREL.
The following has been received by the Secretary
of the Admiralty from Commander Evans, who ar-
rived in London on Saturday evening:-
"P. S. N. Co., ship Britannia, Bordeaux, May 27,
1881.
SIa.-It is with very great regret I have to report
the melancholy disaster to Her Majestys' Ship Do-
terel, under my command, which occurred at 10
a. In., on April 26 last, at Sandy Point, and which
I telegraphed to you from Monte Video on the 3rd
mit We left Elizabeth Island shortly after six the
same morning, steaming 60 revolutions with the
starboard wing boiler, and anchored at Sandy Point
about 8-80 a. m., in 6 fathoms of water. When I
had finished with the engines I sent for Mr. Ord, the
Engineer (the ehief Engineer being in arrest), and
told him that I bad finished with the engines, to go
on condensing and prepare for coaling. I then re-
mained on deck a abshort time, talking to the coal con-
tractor and Capain of the port. About 9 a. m., I
went below to breakfast an at about 9-30, when I
had finished my breakfast, I again sent for Mr. Ord,
andtold him to send some one to'overhaul the steam-
cutter's engine, and to be sure that there was no
delay about coaeling. I then sent for the senior lieu-
tenant and told him to go to divisions when ready,
as I was going to wash and dress. I then went in-
to my after-cabin, and while in my bath heard a
report as if a gun had gone of.. I immediately
went into the fore-cabin, the starboard side, and
onw loe_ g forward saw that the ship's side was
bqL open in the starboard gangway, and that the
upper'dek Into that part was forced up, twisted and 4
wrenched about, and the water rushing in, the ship
at ones heeling over to starboard. A short time
after the first explosion (about 20 or 30 seconds, as
far as I can Judge), there was another and much
more violent explosion, shaking the ship heavily,
and which, I am convinced, was the explosion of
the fore magazine. Everything now became dark.
ended with smoke and debris, and I felt that the ship
was sinking rapidly. On turning round I saw the
sentry getting out of my embrasure port. I then
told my steward, who was close to me, to Jump out;
I then got out mysf, Jumped into the water, and
SemAght bold of sme wreckage. I think I must
have been aeked-town by the ship, as I do not re-
esaliet anything more until I noticed that the ship
bad disappeared, the water covered with wreckage
ind a few .men clinging to it, and boats coming to
oug rescue. I do not think it could have been more
than thbre minutes from the first explosion until the
ship sank. The explosion was so sudden and des-
tructive that it was quite impossible to lower any
. boats, even had there been any One to do so, the few
that escaped being abaft the mainmast and saved
themselves by Jumping overboard. I fancy the
greater number must have been killed by the explo-
sion and falling debri, as I did not hear a cry or
gran. ,As regard the first explosion, which oc-
urredin the starboard gangway, I think it may
..have been caused by the bursting of the boiler. As
before we could condense good water, it was neees.
=r to brine the boiler well on account of the min-
e oil used in the cylinders, the ship having sur-
aee condensers, it is possible that the water -may
bave been allowed to get too low in the boiler, the
crowns of the furnace, exposed, and on cold water
being pumped in the boiler burst. If this was not
Sthe iaeI think it possible the coals in the star-
10n banker may have become heated and gener-
s aaor have caused spontaneous combustion.
Ifu lthr of these circumstances occurred, I am
Aten at a loss to account for the first explosion, as
there are no combustibles stowed in the starboard
angway, and there is little or no doubt that the
henl-reom, Nordenfelt, Gatling, and gun-cotton
magazines did not explode, all of which were abaft
the mainmast. As regards the fore-magazine, it
had bean opened the previous day shortly before
noon, two oases of charges for the seven-poundee
being taken out for short practice and the magazine
closed. It was opened again at about 4 p. min., by
the gunner, who returned the two cases and closed
the magazine, aud I must say he was a most careful
and trustworthy officer. I do not think it possible
haps ny fire eld have existed below without an
1nmediate alarm being given, as the cooks of the
messes had been on the lower deck for the last 20
piaute. clearing up the deck for inspection, the
arms bad been returned, and we were about togo
to division. The fore-magazine is on the port side,
iorward, a little abaft the foremast, and the damage
done by the firt explosion was in the starboard
angway, a little before the mainmast. I do not
think it possible that the first explosion could have
emanated -rom the magazine. I left Lieut. Stokes
at Sandy Point in charge of the wreck, and to bury
any bodies that might come to the surface, and also
to employ a diver who happened to be there about
a wreck, and, if possible, to obtain a clue to the
disaster, and to remain until he received further
instructions. Three bodies were discovered and
buried 0n'ie day of the disaster-namely, Black-
morn, ohif boatswain's mate; Nicholls, able sea-
mann; and Hayes, ordinary seaman. Owing to the
suddenness of this disaster no records of the ship
were aved,. Every kindness and attention was
shows to us by the authorities and inhabitants of
Sandy Point. I regret that I am not able to give a
more satisfactory and definilte explanation of this
disaster, which to me is a mystery.-I have the hon-
orI to e, Sir, your obedient servant, R. EVANs


*A CARD.
V|M E Undersigned respectfully direct the
S attention of the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
Jie kha been connected with the house of.
K. K. A 1'. B. Ihurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City;
And during that time has attended personally to
he execution of Ber.mudaOrdeys, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
In all that relates to Food Products and Gro-


series generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully ard promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive ell the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
her 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.
Depbher 21, 1880.-12m

Notice to Pilots.

The Pilot which Boards the S. S.


On her arrival from Nassau, will please bring
her directly into this Port and anchor near the
most Eastern Shed. I e
N. T. BVU'Rfl' FIELD & SON.
Hamilton, June 13, 1881.


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D ALICE REED.

DYSPEPSIA.
DeAR Sita,-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 o od-thereby 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.
ly benefited.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32ad st., New York City.


To Growers and Ship-
pers of Bermuda Produce.

10. IF. JUDGE,
With O'CONNOR & JUDGE,
Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in all kinds of
BERIUDA PRODUCE,
42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier,
West Washington Market.
AS the Season for Shipping all kinds of BER-
MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
at hand, we again take the liberty of placing
our services at your disposal for the sale of any
consignments you may make to this market.
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(85) years is one of the best in our market and
it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
by enabling us to make prompt returns with
net proceeds.
We are sure after you have given us a trial
you will be satisfied with our dealings and will
be only too anxious to continue shipping to us
all through the season.
Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
plication, and give you all the necessary infor-
mation you require. Any time you write us
about markets, business prospects, etc., we will
give you all the information in our power.
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
you soon, and thanking you for past favors,
and hoping you will still continue entrusting
f us with your confidence, we are,
Yours Respectfully,
O'CONNOR & JUDGE.
New York, March 1st, 1881.


RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within a few
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
That this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts; no ithe Largest Maa.u!dcturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only puna and WHOLE-
sOMB goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
NEW YORK.
LONDON. BORDUEAX.
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocer a
and all will get them if requested to do so.--6m

CLOTHING to suit everybody at the Em.
porium.


I important Notice.

A LL PARTIES having CLAIMS against the
S Undersigned will please forward same
without delay, as I will not be responsible for
them after the 30th day of June, 1881.
And to be enabled to meet demands ou me I
must give notice to those who are Indebted to me,
to pay their BilHs on or before the above date,
or I will place them in legal hands for collec-
ion, wi thou t respect to persons.
A. R. THOMPSON.
June 21, 1881-2.

Outerbridge Bros.,
Importing and Forwarding

Commission Merchants,
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


PERSONS DESIROUS


OF


SHIPPING

To the Consignment of
x3BSSOS. MTD6D TO0 .,
NEW YORK,
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
SAML. A. MASTERS.


February 22, 1881.-tf




GUION LINE.

United States Mail Steamers.

FOR LIVERPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
FVERV Y TUEVkDk

A YOMING sails Tuesday June 7, at 1 p.rm.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 14, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday June 21, atll p.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday June 28, at 6 a.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 Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light. !
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
' muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
I on Mondays, and Passengers1 baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
QQ 2R nh.rvni. NAn, V .,-


New York, June 7, 1881.


SPAIN,
EGYPT,
CANADA,
GREECE.


FLEET,
ITALY, DENMARK,
FRANCE, HOLLAND,
ENGLAND, HELVETIA,
THE QUEEN, ERIN.


PROPOSED SAILINGS,
(Subject to Change.)
LIVERPOOL LINE.


From Liverpool.
Egypt, Wed. June
Erin, "
Helvetia, July
Spain, "
Italy, "
England, "
Egypt, Aug.
Erin, "
Helvetla, "
Spain, "
Italy, "
England, Sept.
Egypt, "


LONDON


-- Y From London.
Naw YORK, Feb. 3, 1880.
C. Johnson, M.D., *France, Wed. June 22
DEAR SIa,-I take pleasure in recommending Canada, 29
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable Holland, July .6
remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer. *Denmark, 4 13
er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most 'The Queen," 20
acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks Greece, 27
death would almost be a relief to her. She was *Franoa, Aug. 3
prescribed for by several doctors without effect. Canada, s 10
Nothing gave her relief until she obtained a bottle Holland, 17
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects *Denmark 24
were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It The Queen. 31
is a medicine that no household should be without.
P. YOUNG. *The Steamers Fr
No 261 West Housteen-St., City. not carry Passengers.
-- Rates of passage, to
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880. pool $60 to $70.


DEAR Sts,-This is to cert
more good in your INDIAN B
any Medicine that I have ever
and Indigestion. I would advi
it to try DR. CLARK JO
BLOOD SYRUP.


Sole Agent for Bermi
JOHI
Water S


m r .- 0,.! -' -- b


To Liverpool.
Sat. July 9, 3 p.m.
16, 9 a.m.
"' 23, 3 p.m.
30, 7-30 a.m.
"Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
18, 7-30 a.m.
*' 20, 2 p.m.
27, 6*80 a.m.
Sept. 8, 12-80 p.m.
10, 6-80 a.m.
17, 12*80 p.m.
24, 5630 a.m.
Oct. 1, 11 a.m.


LINE.
To London.
Wed. July 13, 8380 p.m
" *" 20, 12-80 p.m.
" 27, 5-30 a.m.
" Aug. 3, 10-30 a.m.
" 10, 6 a.m.
17, 11 a.m.
24, 5 a.m.
31, 9-30 a.m.
Sept. 7, 8 p.m.
14, 9.-30 a.m.
21, 3 p.m.


ee and Denmark will

ieenstown or Liver-

o $60.
0 to $120 Liverpool.
0 to $110 London.

apply at the Com-
71 & 73 Broadway

J. HURST,
Manager.


au


ny inai j nave lounu To London direct, *p0 t
)LOOD SYRUP than Excursion Tickets $ 11C
taken for Dyspepsia $100
se all that suffer from
HNSON'S INDIAN Steerage passage $26.
SAML. G. ADAMS. For further information
SAML. G. ADAMS. any's Offices, Nos. 69,
id, New York.,
uda, F.W.
N A. FOX,
street, St. Georg( -"Now York, June 15, 1881.


ruw uj VIM 1 096 *


W NOTICE.


Vl anzi tout,
[leads., Half Hhds., and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Mrs. LAND SON & CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERY,
HALIFAX,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,

St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18 1881.-3m 3p, 9m.pl

Chas. P. Wood worth &

Co.,
22 Fulton Street, New York.
CONSIGNMENS OF PRODUCE solicited
to above Address and Highest Market
Rates guaranteed, Sales paid in Bermuda or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also. be prepared to!
purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
STENCIL PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

THE PEARL.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
Milk.
W E offer under the above brand, a fully
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver-
ge standard of Orange County milk. Every can
is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the
principle that low prices combined with good
quality and honest weight, command the trade.
Price per single case 48 16-oz. cans is $6
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3*75.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER& CO.
Sole Agents, New York


Notice to Farmers and
Others.
W E shall be prepared to attend to the for-
'v warding of
BERMUDA PRODUCE E
To the Consignment of
Geo. W. Spencer & Co.,
187 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all other information
please call or address
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,


February 28, 1881.-tf


Reid St., Hamlton.


THE U.NDERSIG.NED
Will give his personal attention to the forward-
ing of

Bermuda Produce
TO THE NEW YORK MARKET
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
W. H. PENISTON,
46 & 47 Front Street,
Hamilton
Alpri 5, 1881.-tf

Notice
To all who suffer from Headache.

DR. SCOTT'S
ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
Sole Agent.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf

-TO LET.

A HOUSE,
Situated near Victoria
Park, Hamilton.
Terms very moderate, to an approved Tenant.
For further particulars apply to
W. CARDY TTATJTETT.
Tune 3, 1881.-tf

For Rent,


A-A HOUSE
In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
HENRY A. JAMES,
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.

Mrs. Rebece Swaun's

Boarding House
SCAUR HILL, SOMERSET.,
RS. SWAN tenders her sincers thanks to
the Army, Navy, the American Visitors
and to the Public generally, for the liberal pat-
ronage they have extended to her, and desires
to inform them that, with a view to their comfort
she has improved her accommodations by
ingseveral bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1831.

Stencil Plates.

Metal or Paper STWENOXS.
Supplied at an hour's notice.
Also,
Stencil INK and BRUSHES.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.,
.- Reid Street.
April 4th, 1881-tf




A Carriage
To seat four persons. Extension top preferred.
Address T. C., R. G. Office, Hamilton,
Stating Terms &c.
.June 21st, 1881.
LOTHING Youths' suits, Tweed for 16/ at
the Emporium.
.dLMJ-ld-CK.-JUNE-J0LY, 1881.


SUN.

ris. sets.

5 3 7 5
5 37 5
5 47 4
547 4
5 57 4
56 7 4
667 4


Tide.,


,9 6


REMARKS.


Q. Vie. Crow '38
St. Peter.
fam'on Ineorp.
[l7t-
3rd after Trinity


First Quarter 4 day, Oh 57 m. p.m.

1'Tu BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PIuz LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
Hamilton.
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.--Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End
Water Street.


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