Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00195
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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No. 27.-Vol. -VX1. STAVTE SWaL VZAS ANTZQUAS 24s. per As2

Ilamilton, Berimuda,, Teuesday, July 5, 1881.
m '.i mam

From the Army and Navy Gazette, June 11.
A valued correspondent writes to nus from Maritz.
burg, on the 2nd ultimo:-" The General feeling
amongst the troops, and in this colony is that unless
the Boers have a beating, there is sure to be fron-
ble before lone', for they are so defiant and high-
handed towards their loyal brethren. They have
such good grounds, too, for being-so, and will get
so much of what they want. that, for myself, 1 can-
not believe they will be so badly advised as to risk
defeat, and subsequently getting less in the shape
of concessions from our Govornient. Amongst them
there are, of course, some foot, who from their late
nscoeeses imagine they could-lick the world; but
then, they are the fools, and there are to many with
experience to let them have their way. That they
will in the future be uncomfortable neighbors
for this colony, there is 1Uttl1 doubt. They
never have been friends, except when making
money oat of one another in trade ; bhut henceforth
, the enmity, I take it, will not be disguised. At
present, our force, the head-quarters of which is at
Newcastle, is maintained ready lop an advance.
A large reserve of supplies is ateded there, and
more here, and on the line of communication, ready
to push forward. The stations gained ift the
Transvaal have been filled up with supplies equal
to many months' consumption for their garrisons.
In fact all that stood out still had a very consideta-
ble stock in hand when the armistice began, except
Potohefstroom. The very few days' liberty before
the garrisons were besieged were utilised tO the
full by the Commissariat In sweeping in everything
that could be procured from the stores in the towns
and farms in the neighborhood, and the result
shows that they were able, not only to feed the
garrisons, but also the inhabitans who remained'
Sir T. D. Baker, K.C.B., is now the active and in-
telligent General of Communications and Base,
There is, however, little real work to be done in
that capacity this side of Newcastle. If we got to
the other side, and into the Transvaal, and the
communications had to be protected, it would be
different. As it is, the line, though long, is through"
our own country, in which case the chief work of
communications and base resolves Itself Into the
question of supply a*g4 transport. Fortunately for
the Service, there are still some. of the old Commis-
sarlat officers, with years of experience in supply
work, accounts, and the varied duties during war
of this universal providing branch. Deputy-Com-
missary-General Brownrigg was on the spot at first
almost single-handed, and without any General of
Communications-probably the easier for that very
reason. The expedition o, hurriedly organised by
Sir G. Colley was got to thle.fri-nt, supplies being
procureitefe41y and from vutaide markets. Trans.
port trains were so economically purchased and
equipped for the !force, anad the most important
question of the transport of supplies to the front,
from this base to Newcastle, was so expeditiously
arranged to be carried out by contract, and all, in
fact, was so well done that one df the latest tele-
grams from Sir G. Colley was from Mount Prospect
to Deputy-Commissary-General Brownrigg, thank-
ing him for the very successful manner in which
he had carried out his wishes. The concentration
of supplies for the increased force has been equally
satisfactorily conducted, and with great expedition,
the necessary transport to complete the regiments
for thefield being reads in anticipation of their
arrival, as well as everything else for their require-
ments. The railway from Durban here, which is a
facility not completed during the Zulu War, is a
Natal Government undertaking, and the Commis-
earlat bring up all supplies by it, instead of by the
old way by road. It is of the greatest value, and
Is, of course, a great saving in the cost of transport
of both troops and stores. That a General of Com.
munications is absolutely necessary in the event of
an advance, there is no question, and that Sir
Thomas Baker, should opportunity offer, will make
an efficient one there can be equally little doubt,
though I imagine his inclination would prefer the
front, as a leader in action, in which capacity he
shone so recently in India. Of course, if the result
of the Commission is peace, the General of Com-
munications Will have his hands full, withdrawing
the force now concentrated in front, but no diffi-
culty need be anticipated in this. It will only
depend upon the future distribution of the force
in this. command, and the arrival of troopers to
convey the regiments that are to go home or else.
where. The work of disembarkation at Point
Durban has been conducted most successfully.
Previous experience has enabled the several duties
of the Naval and Military authorities to be clearly
defined, and the result has been thorough harmony.
Now, as during the Zulu War, the duties of Mill.
tary landing.officfare performed by a Commis-
ariat officer. Tfhe ecess proves that it is advisa.
ble to have one who is accustomed to accounts for
this work. Bills of landing have been cleared in a
manner most satisfactory to the shipowners, and
tbe goods distributed equally smoothly to the dif-
ferent branches of the Service to which they were
onlsigned. A Staff officer knowing nothing, and
oaringprobably little for accounts, could n'ot be
expected to do this duty so wel'."

The Latcst News!

Steam coe cream Pactory.
r ADIES and Gentlemen niow is the time you
can enjoy Meyer's Steam lee Cream made
Equal to that in London, Paris, or the United
CONFECTIONERY made by steam Powers
consequently you will always find that Meyer
sells the best and cheapest confectionery in the
Prices to suit the times.
ICE CREAM reduced from Four to TilRlE
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
twentv, Two sbilings.and sixpence per quart

Steam Ic0 Cream NiMaufactory,
Victoria Street, near Fast
Biro(adwzy, IHamilton.
June 14, 1881.

From 1st July, 1881, to 80th June, 1882, in-J

Arrowroot, unmanufactured, the 100
pounds, ten shillings
Arrowroot, manufactured, the Pound,
Cordials the Gallon, four
Gin shillings
Peppermint Water
Shrub I
Whiskey J
Rum, the Gallon, four shillings
Wine of all kinds, 20 per centum ad-
Malt Li- (the Hogshead, one pound
quor, Ci- in bottles commonly call-
der, and ed quart bottles, the
Perry Dozen-one shilling
Cigars-the Thousand, ten shillings
or, one shilling the pound, at the
option of the Importer
Tobacco (other than Ci- f the Pound,
gars) and Snuff two pence
Cows, Calves, Heifers and Oxen-
per head, four shillings
And in all cases where such duties are
imposed according to any specific
quantity the 'same shall be deemed
to apply in the same proportion to
any greater or less quantity.
On all Goods imported, except arti-
cles subject to specific duties, and
those enumerated in the following
Table of Exemptions, and such
BBdoks' as under the Act entitled
An Act to regulate the importa-
tion of Books and to protect the
British Author," are subject to an
im ort duty of fifteen per centum
-five per cent um ad valorem.
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 otww "o'ription import- -
ed for the use of Her Majesty's
Land and Sea Forces or of the Con-
vict Establishment in the event of
Convicts being hereafter transported
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 t these Islands
shall be allowed to import free of
import duty more horses than shall
be shewn by the Certificate of the
officer commanding Her Majesty's
Troops or other proper 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
and Professional Apparatus of Pas-
sengers ; Personal effects of Inhabi-
tants 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, orjpurchased at the Pub.
-lia expense.
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
Judge as such, or belonging to Es-
tates of deceased persons only ex-
cepted) subject to duty of 2& per
cent. less 24 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 of 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 be
renewed. Auctioneers to make their
Returns quarterly-within ten days
after the last days of March, June,
September and December, respec-

Light Duitieso
4d. the ton on Merchant Vessels.

10 0

0 4

0 I 0
0 10 0
0 1 0
0 0 2
0 4 0

Steam Packets caning the Royal
,ails exdefag 600 tons or
plying with Passengers and
Freight 3 0 (1
Do. Do. not exceeding 600 tons 1 4 0
Storeships and other Vessels wholly
employed in I. M. Service are ex-
empt from this duty.
Receiver General.
Receiver General's Offce, )
June 27, 1881. 1

For Rent.

o H The House and
0 Lately occupied by the Rerd. 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 Sale.
Apply to
On the Premises.
Southampton, June 27th, 1881.-5

To Lease for a term of
g TIIITU Delightfully Situated MAN-
8 ION in SouthaiFton, on the eroat
Sound, known s Glasegw Lodge" with the
surrounding LAND, of Which about eight
Acres are A R AB LE; together with a COT-
TAGE and STORE, and oith-:r out Buildings,
well adapted for a boarding house. The main
Building has eleven rooms upttnirs, with a corri-
dor the whole length, and triteen rooms below,
with Kitchen. A most healthy spot and conve-
nient for travelling by lan< ior water, the mail
stage between Mangrove B y (Somerset), and
the town of Hamilton passiI gtho gate daily up
and down.
Ap lly on the Premises.
May 17, 1881.-3m

Be' rmu Ie Ie
14 A TER.,
CAN be used under ail circumstanctEs without
the danger altcaning the use of inporie.
Ice, which in most cases affect tho sqsteim, in the
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish ld.
at Depot, Burnaby Stroet, from 6a.m., to6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a .mn., to 10 a.m. Dle-
livered in liamiltou and vicinity from 8 .',n,, 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 delivery
Ice at my manufactory at any hour, day or night
Sunday included.
Being a Homo Industry respectfully ask a I
continuance of the Public Patronage.
liamilton, May 31st, 188)1.


Situated near Victoria
Park, Hamilton.
Terms very moderate, to an approved Tenant.
For further particulars apply to
June 3, 1881.-tf

T HE Undersigned has received
another lot of fine YOUNG tHORSES,
suitable for Saddle, Carriage, or Agricultural
purposes, viz.:-
No. 1. Bay Horse, 6 years old, 16,
a fine Carriage Horse.
No, 2. Sorrel Horse, 4 years old,
16, broken to double Harness.
No. 3. Brown Horse, 9 years old,
15j, an excellent Carriage Horse.
No. 4. Bay Horse, 9 years old, 141,
fast in Harness.
No. 5. Black Horse, 9 years old,
No. 6. Chestnut Mare, 3 years
old, k4.
No. J. Black Pony, 8 years old, 14,
quiet, kind and gentle, suitable for a lady
to ride or drive.

ON Thursday Jaly 7t), '31, 1 P. 1., (D. FI11E BOARD OF WORKS are prepa~d
V.,) there w0l be, at wr. John G. Ailen's TSf
res d ence, Bailey's day, an to receive applications from Persea
I ce Crea- Ettertain- desirous of obtaining the appointment of
Colonial Surveyor
effres ments, C Applicants will be required to prov
FGOODO SALE that they write a neat and legible han
F ntentCY GOODS, nfora and that they can write a correct Eng~1 i
The intention cig for ai Good Cause, Letter ; that they are good 40cent
patronage is respcctfully solicited The spot is that they are conversant with e deth M
near the .Water Side, and all who attend will, aof the ordinary Building Triades, and &e
doubtless return to tihei, homes amply satisfied. to me asure, estimate and aluTrades, and
Admission to the Entortaiment for Adults- tomeasure, tmate and valeTradeake tal"
6d at the Door. work; that they to make a oa
Children, Half-price. and design for a Building, with ,eaj
and working drawings. t6-write out A.te
A Band of Music wilt be in attendance., ification thereof, to take out quanties
MJRS. J. G. ALLEjV. and prepare a detail; and:frame an eW-
Bailey's Bay, Hamilton Parish, nmate of the cost; that they are good prao-.
June 27th, 1881. tical Land Surveyors atd conversation i
the use of the Theodolite and L 61, tkI
S T E I N M T field esurements and m aing e*=
HTT IEA Plans of Ground.
Under the Distinguished Patronage of Applications, stating age and forwarding
CAPT. T!OriAS BASNARJADISTOm, testimonials, will be received at the Coxo-
Il.N., NIAL SECRETARY'S OFFIoCi, till 12 noon, on
In charge of Naval Establishments, &c., &c.,
Ireland Island,
AndPrincipal Oircors of 1i. M. Dockyard,
Bermuda.- The 8th day of July, 1881.
Will have the honor of giving Clerk to the Board of WoM

S7th une, 1881.Jun, 18
On the Evenings of COLONYAL SEBRETARY's O9 r a1,
Friday and Saturday, aeben h ue 18
^ HE Tfollowinog ACTS have been paoaed by
8th and 9th July,. the Logilaturo of Bermuda during the
At the 2I. 1W. Theatre, Spair Yard. present Session:
Slight change of Programme each ev.ning. 1831.
-(See Handbills.) No. I-An Act to amend the Law relating tor
An Efficient Band will be in attlndanco. Jurors.
Price of Aduission--Reserve 9/; Back ,cSeats (In force to 31st December, 188.)
I/; Galer 13y '2-.n of or raising a Revenzue6f- r lhea
TICK.ET may be had of Mr. W. Pi~tma n, port of t41o Governaiont of these Her Ma-
Spar Yard, and at doors on :.. ;.f. of perfo:nm-I jeoty's Islands and to appropriate certain
ance. sums to thlo discharge of the expcaues*
Doors open at 7-30 p.m. Performance pre-. Government as herein expressed i
cisely at 8 p in. (In force to 30th June, 1882.)
Funds in aid of a Benevolent purpose. 3-An Ace to amend the Audit Act, 1879.
President and Treasurer, W iStowe; Mana- (In force to the 31st December, 1884.)
ger, Gibbs iSymonds; Secretary, V. I1. Trott, 4-An Act to amend the Laws relating to the
Jr. ; Musical Director, Samuel Trott. protection of Wild Birds.
VIVAT REGINA. (In force indefinitely.)
June 27, 1881 .-'2 5-An Act to make more effectual proviaion
for the recording of Wills and Deed in the
o be Sol, by Aucti Seoretarys Office.,-f
TO be Sold, by Auction, (In force to 31st December, 1883.)
0-" "' Colonial Secretary,
:7 u Wnes for Season.
The 26th July, 1881, at 12 o'clock, noon, I ortheSeason.

Lzor o OFL. .
At the SoAth East Corner of CHUROCH STa!ET
and BURNABY STREET, in the Town of Hamil-
ton, immediately opposite the Bishop's Lodge.
For permission to view Apply to MR.
June 28, 1881.--5



AS Ini 4

RIESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
in she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.
Having received by Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
LACES, &c.
~- All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1381.-3 months

For Rent.
The Well Knowon Premises
Belonging to theo Estate of the late JAM Es
TATEM, and lately occupied by
At Salt Kettle, (Warwick Parish,)
Containing about Ten Acres of Land mostly
arable, a Commodious
iDwelling Bome
Vin. Static, Carriage House, Bathing Houlse
and al! other necessary Out-Houses and two
I Cottaes on the Land. There.are fife Tanks at
Suft-- of Wa'-i" we wit a fine Wharf and a

The above can be snc, liiod and cxaujAi ., i pod. I'uJsc.eion giiu'n immediately.
on application to G iior further p-rira;,rs p!case apply to
Market Square, St. Georges. Executor.
June 21st, 1881.-3. liamiiton, June 28, 1881.

CLARET (Imporied annually for 98
I SAUTERNF years friom same House la
OCK Bordeaux
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
DO Scliarzbnrg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moelt & Chandon extra dry)
DO. St. Peray y
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
DO. Vouvray
SHERRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years n bottle
Hamilton and St. Georges,
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881.

S. J. Canton 4s So ,
atch 2l.paireys and J'ewell$s .-
B EG to inform the Public that they "eiga
' carrying on their tusins in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. Btaoz?- -L
MEW, Parliament Streer, opposite the- it
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Riigs and Ear Ring-
made to order.
All work done by themn warranted to givt
Hamilton, May 21t, 1881.

Mrs. Rebecca Swanls.

Boarding Houso
RS. SWAN tenders her sincers thankas-'-,
the Army, Navy, the Aamerican Vieitot
and to the PuIice generally, for the liberal psi-
o:,ge .hey havy- extended to her, and deis .
for :-hen tihat, wi;h a view to their comfort
she has improved her accommodations by add-
iog savetral bed-rooms to her house.
acuur *lill, Somorsot, 25th April, 1881.


- -~ ____________________ ~ ~V'N~'5 ~

UCtbhs' Ifi'.l Light ,tabte.n at Fernimla, between the
2",th Juno and ~rd .ll.1 1tis-igota:bovc the sea
where tlhe Register is kept, king 246 flet.


27 iF,
28 A.
2g-, w
3 N

1 82
4 81
4 81

-- General Remarks.

78 30-060 0"00 Fine
79 30-050 0 02 Fine, hazy
79 29-970 0-00 Fine
80 29-960 r*00 Fine
SO 29 9.0 0'00 Fine
50 ;29"99.I 0"00 Fine
70 :29i .50.:042 Thick, rainy

Hamilton, Jult 5, 1881.
-- -

B E R Ii 1T U A.
Proceedings of the Honorable Le

SFiday, 1st July, 1881.-Pursuant to
meant the House m,,t.
Present-His Honor Josiah Recs, Chi
The Honorable A. J. M'sson,
S Win. H. Gosling,
James i H. Tritrainah
Eugenius Harvey,
lames 'ucker, RLec
S" R. E. Webster, Col
E. C. Gordon, Colo


YACHTING.-The Match race between the Name-
less and the Undine, which was to have taken place
Sadjout n- in the Great Sound on Thursday last, was postpon-
ed on account of the Nameless springing her mast, !
Until Saturday, on which day, in consequence
ef Justice, of the prevalence of strong breezes, arrangements
were made to have the race contested in Hamilton
Harbour, but at the last moment, it fell through on
account of some misunderstanding.

cr. Geol., I A NEw STEAMER.-The new S. S. Reliance,"
. Secty., Capt. Barnett, from Wilmington, Delaware, ar-
mnel, C.R.E. rived last evening after a speedy but rather rough

H. M. S. Phosni:r, Com rander IH. ,. Grenfield.
for the West Indies arrived on Wednesday last, and
left same afternoon for Halifax.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough, yesterday,
from JNew York : Mrs. T. Kerrisk, Miss Kerrisk,
Miss 0. Kerrisk, Miss N. Kerrisk, Mr. C. G. Neil,
Miss M. Neil. Miss Austin,' Messrs. Grovernor
Tucker and W. M cCallen.-2nd Cabin. -Miss Esta
Richardson, Peniston, Joseph Rift, Jr., and
Dudley Conyers.
For New York per s. s. Orinoco, June 30tb., 1881 :
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Reid, Revd. E. A. Foggo, D.D.,
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Trimingham, Surgeon Major and
Mrs. Wearne, Mrs G. C. Welmore, Mrs. W. E. Hay-
ward, Miss Leila Steed, Mrs. and Miss Romeo, Cap.
t;nin Luckenback, Messrs. T. D. Trimingham, 0. E.
Morgan, H. J. Zaill, Julian H. Young, Powell Ro-
berts, Tlios. .. Outerbridge, Adolph Outerbridge.-
2nd Cabin.-Mrs. Fozard, Miss S. Fercusson, Miss
K. Brownrigg, Miss B. Ilinsom, Mrs. Slater, A. S.
Speeden, A. G. Eve, Edgar Simmons, Charles Mc'-
Nichol, Edward King, Geo. Risby, R. L. Brown.-
Steerage-Jules Rosa.

HER MAJESTY'S CORONATION -Tuesday last being
the forty-fifth anniversary of Her Majesty's Coro-
nation, it was celebrated in these Islands with every
demonstration of loyalty and respect.

Late from thce United States arid Eu-
T rho Mail Steamer Flamborough," Captain
Whitehurst, from New York, which port she left
on Thursday afternoon last, reached her wharf
in this harbor yesterday morning at 6 o'clock, hav-
ing anchored off the Crawl at 8 o'clock previous
We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst, Mr.
Purser Brocklesby, and Mr. Chief Steward Moran,
for files of New York Papers of the 30th ult.

the House of Commons, in Committee to-day,
Clause Five of the Land Bill was adopted by a vote
238 to 142, after the Government had consented to
an amendment offered by Mr. Healey (Home Rule)
member from Wexford Vorough, removing some
of the existing limits to the tenant' power of assign-
ment: and on the other hand consented to some
modification tending to favour landlords in the
scale of compensation for disturbance. Clause Six
was adopted without an amendment or a division.
The committee is now discussing the vital clause
(Clause seven), on which there are twelve pages of
A process server named McAuliffe was shot at
his residence, near Castle Island, county Kerry,
last evening. He recently gave evidence in the
Court of Sessions against the president of the local
Land League.
The Troubles of Ireland-An American Oficial In-
quiry-Progress with the Land Bill.-LoNDON. June
28 -The World says: "Mr. Brown, one of Pre-
sident Garfield's private secretaries, arrived in
England in the middle of June with instructions
for Minister Lowell, which, it was thought, it would
be injudicious to send either by mail or telegraph.
.he instructions 'comprised an order that the
American Consuls throughout Ireland should re-
port fully and statedly concerning the character
and the extent of the disaffection, particularly
rolnliv to the nrevalence and the connduct of the

IjItn li o "-1+.

-LoNDsN, ,June 29.-A dispatch from Geneva to
the Times says a great earth-slip is in progress near
Sigrisweil, in the canton of Berne, Switzerland,
above the lake of Thun. A stretch of Land, on
which are meadows and houses is gradually slip-
down toward the lake.
Thirteen hundred sheep with their shepherds,
have been overwhelmed by an avalanche near
Brigels, in the canton of Grisons.
LONDIN, June 29.-At the Wiltshire Sessions
to-day the Marquis Townsbend was fined five hun-
dred pounds and costs and bound over to keep the
peace for twelve months for horsewhipping Lord
Edward Thynne. Colonel Nepranoand Mr. Fran-
cis Ellis, who abetted the assault, were fl ned one
hundred pounds each. Lord Thynne had ab-
ducted the Marquis Townshend's wife.
Capital punishment in Russia is hereafter to be
inflicted in private,
The Italian Chamber of Deputies has passed the
Electoral Reform Bill.
The Agence Russe thinks that the Bulgarian crisis
has been averted, Prince Alexander having secured
a large majority of the electors.
There have been two arrests in connection with
the murder of F. J. Gold in a carriage of the
Brighton Railway express train on Monday.
The French Minister of Foreign Affairs has ad-
dressed a fresh and energetic note to the Porte
complainin nof the warlike attitude of the Turkish
Governor of Tripoli.
In the House of Commons to-day it was announced
that twenty-seven justices of the peace bad been
reported as guilty of corrupt practices during the
last general election, an4 that fifteen of the num-
ber pliAced their resignation in the hands of
Lord Selborne, the Lord High Chancellor. No
definite decision has been reached with regard to
the others.

...A ill entitled An ct tof provide a Clerk for passap g or ho nours Passenger. Mr. E. w. Jones................ -.
ABill entitled "An Act to provide a Clerk for The Reliance" .elones to Mr. S. S. Ingham Irish.American element. Mr. Brown has started THE NEW STEAMSHIP ELBE.-LOND3N, Jane 27.
lhe Colonial Surveyor,' was brought up from the Junr.. and is a fine looking little vessel. Shewas on his return home with a quantity of valuable In- -The new steamship.Elbe, which has just been
House of Assembly and iead a first time. launched at the Pusey& Jones Co. Building Yard, formation." added to the North German fleet, leaves South-
The House resumed inCommittec the considera- Wilmington, Delaware, on 28th May last, where she Mr. Gladstone's motion that after Wednesday arpton to night on her way from Bremen to New
tion of the Draft Copy of Rules for the guidance of received a complete outfit. The Reliance spoke the several stages of the Land Bill shall have pre- York. She is, with very few exceptions, the largest
ocean going steamer in the world. She is of nearly
the Council. the Oronoco bence for New York at 8 o'clock on cedence over other orders of business whenever the 5000 tons register, and is intended chiefly for the
The Hon. J. 1-1. Trimingham in the Chair the morning of last Saturday, then 420 miles from bill appears on the notice paper, until the House passenger trade. She will carry 190 first class
SOn motion the Committee rose. Bermuda. shall otherwise decide, was adopted without a pas120 second class, and 101)0 steerage passengers
.The House resumed, division after a debate lasting an hour and a half. 120 second classand 1000 steerage passegers
e Chairman reported progress and obtained Captain Holt and Lient. Horneblow, R. M. L. 1. Mr. Gladstone said he hopes to prorogue Parlia- A SwISS VILLAGE DEBTROYED.-LONDON, June
eave t o sit a ain. from Bermuda joined their respective head quarters meant during the first week in August. 28.-The Daily News has the following from .
Adjourned to next, the 5.h instant, at in England on the 11h June, and were granted Mr. Forster Chief Secretary for Ireland, will threGeneva: A village in Valais beeconienting rely destroyed about
30 m three months leave of absene. receive a deputation representing the Irish agricul- by a conflagration. Onef the hou entirely destron
tural laborers on the 7th of July, when a statement by a conflagration. One of the houses was set on
iMTUDAA. i CoMMISSARIATr.-Asst.-Com. General W. Robert- in regard to their condition will be laid before him. winde r apidly spread to the whoflames under a highe village.
son, bad returned home after completing a term of wind rapidly spread to the whole village.
service in Bermuda. Lients. E. J. Vance, 12th The Morning Post says that Mr. Parnell has not Disastrous Railway Accident in Mexico-Nearly
A#trad of the Proceedings of the Honorable Regt., and A. H. lDaraesq 46th Regts., are abe,," yet fixed the date for his visit to the United States, Two Hundred Lives Lost.-CITY oF MExICO, June
Rlouse of Assembly. to join as Deputy-Assist. Com. Gen. the object of which is understood to be to use bis 25.-A whole train of cars on the Morelos Rail-
Friday, July 1st, 1881.-The consideration of the influence to discourage the exertions of skirmishers. road tumbled down into the San Antonio,
RTstive providing for repairs and maintenance of The Admirality have received the following The Honse of Commons went into committee on near Cuantla, last night. The train, which was
'Jbli,. Works and Roads, was resumed in Corn- telegram from Commander Henderson, dated Monte the Land bill this evening. Mr. Parnell withdrew a long one and- drawn by two engines, was passing
titeeJ.Video, June 8 :-1 Cause of Doterel's explosion in- an amendment of which he had given notice because over the wooden bridge. For a moment after, the
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair. ascertained. Boilers in place. Starboard one not he said, he understood the Government would plunge of the cars from the bridge all was darkness.
-Mr. .Peniston moved to refund the sum of yet cleared. Fore part of ship utterlydestroyed; refuse to accept it, and as it was likely to create Suddenly 100 barrels of brandy, loaded on two of
e:xp.nded out of the Powder Fund in repairs of from mainmast aft, hull uninjured. Particulars much discussion be would not press it, considering the vans, caught fire, and the burning fluid iann.
Iloat at Nonsuch Island. and depositions forwarded by Iberia. Arrange- the late period of the session. dated the mass of passengers struggling in the
- The Committee divided. ments made by the Garnet for extended operations." DUBLIN, June 28.-At the weekly meeting of the ruins. Only a few who were not disabled or ho pe-
* Ayes 14. Nays 14. -Army and Navy Gazette, June 18. Land League to-day it was stated that 240 had lessly wedged in the timbers escaped. The dead
The Chairman gave the casting vote against the been received since the last meeting, but that no and living were wrapt in a sheet of flame and slow-
-motion. T C remittance had come to hand from America. Mr. ly burned before the eyes of the survivors who
Mrot on. Peniston moved that the aggregate THE COMET noticed by as in our last issue as Sexton said that 100,000 had been subscribed were unable to save them. The accident' was
Mr. C. enigr ton move d that theas agreed to. having been seen onthe night of the previous Sa- since the commencement of the movement. caused by one of the officers, who, fearing the ol-
caXOant grtoted be P3428-which was agreed to. ha e5 n on he n oftereveous since the commencement of the movement.
The House resumed. turday, 25th June, has been observed every clear ___ diers would desert, compelled, pistol in hand, the
The Cairan reported the Resolve with the t since, with greater or less brilliancy. Though Murder in an English Railway Coach.-LONDON, engineer to go forward in spite of his reluctance
blanks filled up, and it was adopted and ordered to itas altered its position at point westward. Itis Jne 28-When the Brighton Railway express account of the heavy rain and intense darkness
be i o amend he Criminal Law Ths Comet wasnot observed at the Washington train was stopped for the collection of tickets out-JEANNETTE. AHINGTON
T Bill to amend he Criminal Law as to In- swas ot as ton ide of Brighton yesterday, a man named Arthur THE SEARCH FOR THEJANNETTE.-WASHINTON
ient Assaullp, was lead a second time and Co-Observatory tl theJune 27, at h. At the Dudley Osrning Lefroy was found in one of the carriages wounded June 27.-The Treasury Department has just re-
e.thry June 27, atresen past o'clock in the morninghave on the head and bleeding. He reported that his ceived a letter from Captain flooper, of the revenue
Mr. Keane in the Chair. the ight presented beny the comets said to e fellow travellers were a countryman and an old marine steamer Corwin, dated Onalaska, May 20,
The House resumed. eden oneut across thtoe heavens nearly forty dereetch-and gentleman; that shortly after passing Croyden he in which he reports his arrival there on the 17th,
Th Chairman reported the Bill without amend- etail spread out into two well-defined branches, heard a shot and was stunned. The police found 12J days from San Francisco. He says :
ent, and it was adopted and ordered to be en enveloping the north star in a flood of milky light several bullets imbedded in the carriage, and in The weather at Onlaska during the past winter
crossed. enveloping e nor sar in a oo miky i the Balcombe Tunnel they found the corpse ofl F. J. has been unusually warm, but in the latter part
e Attorney- General introduced a Bill The eastward brranch ran up, passing about two a rtir busnes ane who hdbentyosay o t tesan
amend the Pst Oic G general introduce A t, 1879- and a half degrees east o the north Star and shoot- Gold, retired business man, whohad been to Lon- very stormy, heavy northwest ales and snow
amend te Post Office Establishent Act, 187 ing up toward the zenith. This stretch was follow- donto collect dividends, with his throat cut. He storms prevailing. The Islands are still white
which was read a r tionme. ed for fully forty degrees then the other branch was also stabbed in various places. Only a booket- with snow and present a decidedly wintry ap--
SBouse, onmotionof Mr. Cooper, considered least thirty-five degree book containing cards was found on his person. pearance. The natives of Illialuk have suffered
in Committee the Me sage of His Excellency the shot up on the west fivor at least tirty-fdegreesastronomically southwest Lefroy, after having his wound dressed, started very severely this spring, from typhoid pneu-
Governor, No. 16, relating to amounts for e being about five degrees astronomically southwest
diture in deepening ,Timbn i's Narrows,"faod the of the pole star. As seen through the thirteen.inch for London. A notice has been issued stating that Inonia.
dituctrerinedeeeperneblas's w andtepoes ar enthatfabr he will be accused of the murder of Mr. Gold. He I hope to finish coaling and leave here for the
destruction of the "Carolina Z." fan of ostrich plumes, the harancdle wasbeing directed of a broad is a newspaper reporter, aged twenty twc Seal Island by the 22ad inst. After leaving the
Mr. S. A. Masters in the Chair. an o ostc pumes e ane eing irecte -al Islands we will proceed north along the Siber-
Mr. Cooper o moved that the Committee riaa, t au u whic h i his havend dsr ine meter DEATH SENTENCES ON THE MURDERERS OF ABDUL ian coast, touching at St. Lawrence Island, Plover
report progress and ask for leave to sit again If we suppose the distance of the comet from the Aiz.-CoNSTANTINOPLE, June 29.-The court in Bay St. Lawrence Bay, E., Cape and Cape Serdge
which was agreed to. earth to be 45,00 miles, which is presumably the cases of the prisoners Midhat Pasha, Mamoud also King's Island Diomedes and Cape Prince
Thjo re smed-a .earth to be 45,000,000 miles, which is prheumab. o We Ie to pobel o s I ie
The CHaiman obtained leave to st again near the truth, the diameter of the nucleus would Pasha, Nour Pasha, All Beoy, Nedjib By, Fabri of Wales. If possible to procure dogs I propose
rn leave to sit again. be-00 miles; in otherwords, threequarters the ey, Hadji Mehin. Mustapha th wrestler, and to send a small sledge party, fitted for two months'
Mr.W.iJ. Ftith gave notice ti at on the third size'of that of the moon. he Mustapha the gardener, convicted of the murder of travel,from Cape Serdgc alongthe Siberian coast, to
Reding of the Resolve for the Repairs of Public sizea o tnato the oonval Observatory-Noth Abul Aziz, has passed sentence of death. Izzet make inquires in reference to the Arctic Exploring
Work e will mtove thatthe amoingt for ncien finiteas yet in the m matter of identity. tPasha and Seyd Pasha, who were implicated In the Steamer Jeannette and the missing whalers Mount
S rir and Lieahing for over ent June 29-The astronomers at the murder have each been sentenced to ten years penal Wollston and Vigilant. The vessel in the mean-
Hoe, be 70Naval observatory are improving the opportunity servitude. The prisoners have 8 daysto appeal time will cruise i th vicinity of the straits and
Adjourned to Wednesday next. afforded hy cloudless nights to study the comet. HERR MOST SENTENOED.-LONDON, June 29,-In endeavor to prevent illicit traffic with the natives.
Orders for next Meeting : It will require a series of observations before the the Central Criminal Court to-day Lord Chief Jus- We will touch at St Michael's as soon as the ice
Criminal Law Amendment Bill. i elements of its orbit can be accurately staled. twice Coleridge sentenced Herr Johann Most, pub- leaves Norton Sound. All on board are in good
rerk to Post Master at St. Georges Bill. Meanwhile such computations as have been made fisher of the Freiheit, convicted of inciting to mur- health and spirits and deeply interested in the work
Public Works R1esolve are based upon the same data as that upon which der, to sixteen months' imprisonment with hard la- before them.
Goveinoi's Mesae, No. 16, as to accounts ot Mr. Upton identified it with the comet of 1807. bour. Lord Coleridge said the prisoners offense C
expenditure on Timnblin's Narrows and Carolina Z. Mr. Upton said that the perihelion passage would was detestable and cowardly, and bat for the jury's COMES (Greekom, a hair). It is recorded
occur about July 1. On account of the possible I recommendation to mercy he would have Inflicted that more than 600 have been seen. Mr. Hind, in
CUSTOM [lOUSE--AMILTON. errors in the data on which he worked, however, a sentence of penal servitude. Herr Most on leav- his little work on Comets, gives a chronological
TM E-he says that he may be ten days out of the way. ng the prisoner's dock exclaimed : We might as list. The first discovered and described accurately
CU OM EL HAMbe that he dmayt be ten days ou at ofthe way. ing the prin Russia." was by Nicephorus, 1337. There are said to be
ElSTERED. Upon the same data it has been figured at the ob. well be in Russia. 17,500,000 in the solar svftem.
June 30-Fren-h s. s. Diolibah, Vallot, Gibraltar; servatorry that the head or nucleus is about seven HOSTILE FEELINGBETWEEN ITALY AND FRANCE. At the birth of the solgreat Mithridatesr system. two large
fruit,&o., bound to New York, in want of bunker hundred miles in diameter, the hazy envelope a- -LONDON, June 29.-The Times' Rome corres-comets appeared, which were seen for seventy-two
ooal.-Agents, N. T. Butterfield & Son. round the head about two hundred thousand in I pondent says: '" Everybody from the quiet bankers comets appeared, which were seen for seventy-two
SohrDeli, Lynain, Jacksonville, Florida; 154,830 diameter, and the tail about five million miles long. to the hot headed politicians, indorses the opinion days together, whose splendour eclipsed that o the
'feet lumber to Trott & Cox. It is a fact that as yet none of the computations expressed in a article in the Liberta, which declares midday sun, ad ocuped the forth part of the
July 1--Brigt. T.IT. A- Pitt, Young, New York; made agree. That by Mr. Upton was from data that France is anxious to retrieve the shame of hr avens, aboutseen. Its tail is said to
assorted eargo to T. JI. Pitt. h pot in three observations at intervals of two days defeat in 1870, and, convinced that she is not sui- A graextended 100t It is considered to have re-
4-Mail Steamer Finmborough, Whitehurst, New apart. The computation made at Harvard College iently strong to measure herself against Germany, appeared in 155, with diminished splendour; and
York; mails and general cargo.-Agents, Trott assumed one observation made at Brazil, and two seeks in every way a pretext for picking a quarrel expected to appear again ab out August 1858
& Cox. observations made on consecutive days. It is now with Italy. The Liberta, advises patience and eted to appear again about August 1860 Bind58
A rain Barque Pater, Liverpool 797 tons evident that until there have been opportunities to foresight, and says it must be for Italy to chose an remarkable one seen in England, Jne 1337.
coal, for H. M. Government.-Agents, J.T.Dar- get more accurate data, which will be in the course occasion of going to war with rance, and not A remarkable e seen in England, June 1337.
fetwlb Co. of ten or twelve days, there can be nothing definite leave the latter to force on a war when she finds Tycho Brahe demonstrated that Comets are ex.
"' CLEARED, said about this comet. It is not certain that it is it most convenient. traneous to our atmosphere, about 1577.
June 29":Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York; the comet seen in South America, and whether it "CROOKEDNESS" ON THE TuR.--LONDON, June A comet whihous to ou terrified the people from its near
t b. potatoes, 25,156 boxes and 52 bls. onions,,2 is the comet of 1807 or not is mere conjecture. 29.-The stewards of the Jockey Club have called approach to the earth was visible from 3rd Nov.
boxes printing type, 1 sewing machine, 3 pkgs. THROUGH THE TAIL. upon Mr. George Low, the owner of the bay colt 1679 to 9th March, 1680. It enabled Newton to
dqgoarts. Professor Harkness says:-" It it not improb- Barcaldine who was scratched in the race for the demonstrate that comets, as well as planets, are
Batque Eliza Bares, H61lis, New York; 1,297 boxes able that we passed through the tail of the comet Northumberland 'late, for an immediate explana- subject to the law of gravitation, and most pro-
onions. about the 20th of June. As the comet nears the tion of his telegram to Sir John Astley, in which baby move in elliptic orbits, 1701.
S0.-Friench a. s. Diolibah, Vallot, New York; in- sun, as a matter of fact, it gets brighter, but this he requests Sir John to "reply to mutual advant- baby move brilliant comet appeared irbits, 170 1769, which
ward cargo, fruit, &(.,, is probably balanced by the increasing distance age whether he could manage to send him 1,000 passed within two millions of miles of the earth.
S CuTSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. from the earth, so there is apparently little change, not or start to get him 12,0u0 to 1,000 to win. This beautiful comet, moving with immense swift-
NTIArKD Observations have been taken with the spectroscope. PROSPECTS OF THE CORNELL CREW.-LONDON, ness, was seen in London; its tail stretched across
July 2-Am.Schr. S. Chi, Spear, New York ; 60 1 was at work last night. The main result is a June 29.-The account of the. Henley correspond- the heavens like a prodigious luminous arch, 36,-
m. bricks, 5 bl. kerosene oil-to A. Iuglis. bright, contiuuots spi-trum and shews two broad ent of Sporting Life differs from most of the recent 000,000 miles in length.
CLEARED, nebulous bands. The Comet seems to differ from accounts of the prospects of the Americans in the The computed length of that which appeared in
Ju 8-Fr Steam Yacht, Bretague, Laffon, others that the Neclus gives a much brighter regetta which begins to-morrow. He says: 1811, and which was so remarkably conspicuous,
Jne, 28-iFr. Steam Yacht, Bretague, Laffon, 'contionous spectrum but we cannot say whetherI Although the Thames Club crew have the best was on 15 Oct. according to the late Dr. Herschel,
FrJuly 1-Rue, via Ship uAzores. af Adolf, Rusko, t. we have discovered any polarization. At one station and are favorites in the betting I should upwards of 100,000,000 miles, and its apparent
July 1-Russiian hip, oustaf Adolf, RUsko, St. time we thought we had, but upon careful ex- not be sur,)rised to see the Americans win outright, greatest breadth, at the same time, 15,000,000 miles.
Nazaire, France; part of inward cargo of wheat. amination doubt was expressed about such a claim. Although their style if not voted good they are It was visible all the autumn to the naked eye.
'fthe fAmborough reports having passed on the The position of the comet is still unfavorable for very fast, and I think they will stay the course." Philos. Trans. Royal Soc. for 1812.
morning of the 2nd inst., at 4 o'clock, the Mail our photographing it." The Sportsman's correspondent at Henley says : Another Comet, Dec. 1823.
Steamer Orinoco and at 6 o'clock the French Steam- This comet was observed in Paris and at several "A four-oared race has been arranged between HALLEY'S COMET, 1682. Named after one ef the
er Diolibab, both hence for New York-about half points in Great Britain. A Loudon dispatch des- the Cornell University crew and Harttard College greatest astronomers of England. He first proved
passage, scribes the nucleus asbright and well defined, and crew of Oxford to take place over the Henley that many of the appearances of comets were but
I'. M.Steamer Beta, hence at Halifax 26th ulto. estimates the tail at tour or five degrees in length, course on Saturday and to be rowed without cox- the periodical returns of the same bodies, and he
S.S. eto, up at London for Bermuda June 18, swains. The winners of the Visitors' Cup will be demonstrated that the comet of 1682 was the same
to leave 30th. The census of Halifax, N. S., just completed, invited to enter the race. This conclusively shows with the comet of 1456, 1531, and 1607, deducing
, to Troopship Humbr ee at Portsmouth, givthe population at 3,109 an increase of 6,527 that the English Universities do not agree with this fact from a minute observation of the first
.. T oopshp umbr he ce at Portsmou the last decade the verdict of the Stewards of the Henley Regatta." mentioned comet, and being struck by its wonder.-

ful resemblance to the comets described as having
appeared in those years : Halley, therefore, first
fixed the identity of comets, and predicted their
periodical returns; Vince's Astronomy. The'revolu-
tion of Halley's Comet is performed in about 75
years; it appeared (as he had predicted) in 1769,
and came to its perihelion on March 13; its last ap-
pearance was 18835; its next will be 1910.
ENcxE's COMET. First discovered by M. Pons.
26 Nov. 1810, but justly named by astronomers
after professor Encke, fcr ts success in' detecting -
its orbit, motions and perturbations; it is, like the
preceding, one of the three comets which have ap.
peared according to prediction, and 'its revolu-
tions are made in 3 years and 15 weeks. Thirteenth
return observed at Copenhagen by M. D'Arrest,
20 July, 1863; observed in England. 14 Oct. 1871.
BIELA's COMET has been an object of fear to
many on account of the nearness with which it
has approached, not the earth, but a point of the
earth's path; it was first discovered by M. Biela
an Austrian officer, 28 Feb." 1826. It is one of the
third comets whose re-appearance was predicted,
its revolution being performed in 6 years and 38
weeks. Its second appearance was in 1832, when
the time of its perihelion passage was 27 Nov.; its
third was in 1839; its fourth in 1845; and its fifth
in 1852 ; it has since vanished.
1)oNATi' COMET, so called from its having been
first observed by Dr. Donati, of Florence, 2 June,
1858, being then calculated to be 228,000,000 miles
from our earth. It was very brilliant in England
in the end of September and October following,
when the tail was said to be 40,000,000 miles lonw.
On the 10th of October it was nearest to the earth ;
On the 18th it was near coming into'collision with
Venus. Opinions varied as to this comet's bril-
liancy compared with that of 1811.
THE GREAT COMET of 1861 was first seen by Mr.
Tebbutt at Sydney, in Australia, 13th May; by
M. Goldschmidt and others in France and England
on 29, 30 June. The nucleus was about 400 miles
in diameter, with a long bush-like tail, travelling
at the rate of ten millions of miles in 24 hours. On
30th June it was suggested that we were in the
tail-there being "a phosphorescent auroral glare."
A tailless comet was discovered in the constel-
lation Cassiopceia, by M. Seeling, at Athens, on 2
July, and by M. Tempel, at Marseilles, 2 and 3
July, 1862.
A comet detected at Harvard by Mr. Tuttle, 18
July, and by Rosa, at Rome, on 25 July, 1862. It
was visible by the naked eye in August and Sep.
Six telescopic comets were observed in 1863, and
several in 1864.
A fine comet appeared in the southern hemis-
phere, and was visible in South America and Aus-
tralia, in Jan.-Feb, 1865.
M. Babinet considered that comets had so little
density that the earth might pass through the tail
of one without our being aware of it, 4 May, 1857.
Schiaparelli, of Milan, discovered that the Aug.
ust meteors move round the sun in an orbit almost
identical with the second comet of 1862-1866.
One discovered at Carlsruhe by Dr. Winnecke,
13th June, 1868.

The wreck of the Victoria at London, Ont., which
has resulted in the loss of 200 lives, will recall sim-
ilar disasters in recent years. Last year was re-
markable for the destruction of steamships, no less
than 147 having been lost. Three of these disasters
were of peculiar interest, and excited unusual hor-
ror on account of the number of persons who were
either downed or burned-the collision between
the Narragansett and Stoningtona in Long Island
Sound, the burning of the Seawanak! in East River
and the foundering off the Florida coast of thePCity
of Vera Cruz. The Narragansett, of the Providence
Line, was run into on the night of June 11, by the
Stoninqton, of the same Line, off Cornfield Point.
The Narragansett caught fire and sunk. The scenes
of the night were terrible. Of the 850 passengers
who were on board, about fifty were lost. Close on
the heels of this disaster came the burning of the
Seawanaka, by which about forty lives were lost.
The boat ran between New York and summer re-
sorts on the north shore of Long Island. On the
afternoon of June 28,while the Seawanaka wasabreast
of Blackwell's Island, fire broke out. Through the
heroism of Captain Smith, who though badly burn-
ed, remained at the wheel, the boat was beached,
where she burned to the water's edge. The recol-
lection of the awful scenes of that afternoon, as the
passengers, with whom the boat was well filled, en-
deavoured to save themselves from death by fire
and water, is still fresh. The foundering at sea on
August 28, of the City of Vera Cruz, as she was on
her way from New York to Havanna, caused a
great deal of excitement, which was heightened by
the two disasters which had preceded it. Thirty-
four lives were lost. Two other accidents which
occurred last year resulted in heavy loss of life-the
sinking of the French steamer Oncle Joseph, which
met in collision the steamer Oritigua, off Spezzia,
on November 24,250 persons being drowned; and
the foundering seventy miles from Bombay of the
British steamer Vingorla, 190 persons losing their
lives. One of the most dreadful calamities of re-
cent years was the blowing up of the boilers of the
Staten Island ferry boat Westfield, on Sunday, July
31, 1871, just as she was about to leave the slip at
the foot of Whitehall Street. There were from 200
to 250 passengers on board at thetime, about eighty
of whom lost their lives, and over one hundred of
whom were more or less injured by the explosionm
The forward half of the boat, where most of the pas-
sengers were seated, was blown to fragments. On
the night of August 29, in the 11Uowing summer, a
schooner ran into the propelleitwhtie, of the provid-
ence, Line and sunk her. The Metis had t104 pas
sengeis and a crew. of 44 men, some of whom
floated ashore at Watch Hill, on the upper deck of
the propeller. Fifty-three persons lost their lives
by the accident. In September, 1878, an excur.
sion steamer the Princess Alice, was run dawn ijl
the Thames, and about 600 lives were lost. In
November of the same year, the Hamburg-Ameri-
can steamer Pomrserania came into. cllision with a
barque and went.down off Folkestone. Sixty-five
lives were lost. On May 31, 1878, the German
iron-clad Grosser Rurfurst, while steaming in the
British channel, came into collision with the Koniq

Wilhelm, of the same squadron and went down al-
most Immediately. Over 300 lives were lost in
this disaster. One of the strangest accidents of
modern times occurred off the Isle of White on
March 24, 1878. In the afternoon, the British
training ship Eurydice, an old wooden sailing ves-
sel, was the people on shore moving along
under fault sail. Soon a driving snow storm set in
and when the clouds cleared away the Eurydice was
not in sight. She had been capsized, and of the
311 persons on board only two were saved., Nearly
100 lives were lost by the wreck of the steamer
Metropolis on Currltuck Beach, N. C., in January
1878. The United States ship Huron ran ashore
near Oregon Inlet, N. C., on November 24, 1877,
in a storm, and was completely wrecked. Ninety-
six officers and men were lost. Within Ithe last 40
years the disasters and mysteries of the sea have
been many. Among these are to be remembered
the great loss of life on the Ville du Havre, the
wreck of the Northfleet with 325 persons on board,
the loss of the Arctic with 300 passengers, the mys-
tery of City of Boston by which 480 persons perish-
ed, the burning of the Austria with 450 v1ltims, the
stranding of the Panama with 400 deaths, the dea-

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traction of the Royal Chailes and 440 lives, the loss
of the President with 109 persors on hoard, the
burning of the Independence when 140 persons were
lost, and the wreck oi the Atlantic which resulted
in the death of 431 persons.

Major Allinson, in command of the detachment
9f the let W. I. Regt., George own Barracks, Dem.
erara, was found guilty, by Court Martial on the
80th May, on two charges of druakeness. Much
sympathy is expressed with Major Allinson whose
chbaractor stillstandh high as a soldier and a gentle-
man. Four Medical practioners of high stand-
ing emphatically affirm that Major Allinson was
nok-dounk on the specified occasions.
In the Demerara Colonest of the 21st ultimo it is
meatlonedthat on the evening of the 21st May,
Thoneas Callin, a native of Bermuda and chief
mate o -the Brigantine Invianta, loading at Ber-
blce, retired to bed in his usual good health and
next morning he was found dead. The cause of
death has not been ascertained.
The Honble, J. G. Daly, Immigrant Agent Gen-
eral, Demerara died at Georgetown on the 31 May.
The Irish census shows a population of 5,159,-
-849, being a decrease of 252,538 since 1871.

DIED, in Pembroke Parish on 1st instant, WIL-
FORn PnRCY, infant son of William Thomson, and El-
len W. Robinson, aged 7 ntonths.
........., at his residence in Pagets Parish, yesterday
morning JOHN N. H. WHITE, Esq., in the 86th year
of his age.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to at-
Stend his Funeral, from his late residence, THIS TUEs-
DAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
Mr. White was ever among the good of the land, and
his last moments were those of a true Christian.
4 Pleasant Evr fnig in
the Cotuntry.

Ice Creams !! Music!!!!

In aid of the Building Fund of the Smith's
Parish School, will be held,
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, Fuschias, Mosses, Begonias and other
Plants, Song Birds and many other attrac-
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, 28 June, 1881.

The Semi-annual Gene-
ral Meeting of the
Royal Bermuda Yacht Club
At 5 p. m.
Ilon. Secretary.
5th July, 1881.

A Special Meeting
Of the Royal Bermuda Yacht
Tuesday next, 2th Inst.,
At 4-30 p.m.
IBy order of the Commodore
lion. Sceretiry.
5th July, 1881.-2 3p with alteration.


Apply at Cavendish.
2nd July, .1881.--3


respectfully informs the l'ublic that he having a
thorough knowledge of Planning Roads, Dig-
ging Lime-kilns, andsFarming, would he thank-
ful to persons requiring work in either of the
above lines to give him a call.
LIME always on h'nd cheap for cash.
Smiths' Hill, Pembroke.
July 5th, 1881.-2
TO 8S- .'OL",
By Order of the 1V1o itgagee,
By 7lru 15. J. E qletiey,

the 20th July next, at 12 o'clock, noon,
LL that small ISLAND in Sandy's Parish,
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.

U ~Dwelling House,
Terms and Conditions of Sale made known
at the Auction.
For the Mortgagee.
Hamilton, 25th June, 1881.-4 3p

By Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock, M.,

'On Thursday next,
The 7th Instant,
50 PIECES Breakfast BACON,
30 Bls Family FLOU R,
25 Ills. Corn MEAL,
25 Tubs and Kegs New York BUTTE I.,
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH,
5 Cases llb Tins SALMON,,
5 Cases Preserved BEEF,
5 Small Boxes Gold Leaf TOBACCO,
2 Dozen Parlor CHAIIRS,
10 Half Bls. MACKEREL,
10 Half lls. HERRINGS,
10 Half Chests Oolong TEA,
Bls. Pilot BREAD, Boxes BISCUITS,
10 Boxes Layer RAI"INS,
4 Bls. Jamaica GINGER,1,
6 New !0x14 Window BLINDS,
50 Boxes Havan'a CIGARS,
Bars Round, Square and Flat IRON,
Kegs English White LEAD,

S One Horse,
Good at any Work,
One Bermuda Milch COW, in Calf, now gives
about 6 qrts. milk per day; when calf is just
off has given 7 qrts. at a milking. 'Has had
only two calves.

Immediately after
In Stores above our Office,
Plated Knives, Butchers an
Kitchen Knives,
Students and other LAMPS,
Lot of Melon and Cucumber SE EKDS,
&c., &c., &c.
Hamilton, July 4, 1881.
i" f TE-.

V. R..
Ordnance Store Department.

./d o/ LE
0/ Old War Department Pro-
Commencing at 11 a. nm.
The Articles to be disposed of consist of
Old Great COAT'S,
Old BEDDING, and
Hospital CLOTH[ING.
Further particulars inay be obtained at the
Ordnance I)epht, St. Georges.
A. C. Genld.,
Senior Commissariat Officer.
Commissariat Office, Hamilton,
4th July, 1881.
"Colonist" copy once.

'T0 BI80 SOLD,
At 12, noon,
On Friday, 15th Inst.,
(Unless previously disposed of at private Salo)

In Warwick Parish,
.Containing thirteen Acres, more or less,
1"- bounded on the Nort4, by the Sea; on
the South, by 'the middle Longitudinal road ;
on the East, by land known' as Pitman's and
,Parker's, (now occupied by Thomas Tucker),
TAid ba the West, by a Public cross road, and
,.y 1t4 of Alexander J. Frith; the said parcel
of Land being intersected by the North Shore

To pay the charges on the CARGO Dwetflliq HOuse

To he taken on board the Barque
IT'homas H.. Irm-
For which Emoniout the said cargo will be hypo-
I'arties desirous offuirnishi,, dthe said amount
will please apply by letter addressed to me not
later than FRIDAY, 8th Instant.
At the office of Messrs. W. C. Ilyland & Co.
St. George's 2nd July, 1881.


M R. ROBERT J. SMITH intends deliver-
ing his Second LECTURE, at the
Odd Fellows' Hall,
On FRIDAY Evg. Next,
8th July.
Subject of Lecture ; Straws tell
how the wind blows."
4DMISSiON.-lleserved Seats 1/6. Body of
Hall 1/-.
TICKETS may be procured at MR. J.-H. T.
JACKSON'S STORE, where a Plan of the Hall
may be seen.
DOORS open at 7.30 p.m. Lecture to
commence at 8.
IHamilton, July 4th, 1881.



Leaves Hamilton at 630 p.m. on Saturday
next the 9th instant, calling at Somerset, for the
purpose of conveying persons to the Theatrical
Performance, Sp.r Yard, reurningr by same
route after performance.
(Fare, Hamilton-Oneo hilling.
Somerset, July 4, 1881.

Wanted Immediately,
A"; ASS ,I'TA N 1'.
I'lease apply to
Family Grocer,
No. 10 & 12, Queen Street.
!lamilton, July 5th, 1881.-1 pd
Gazette only.

lIMO.M and after this d(late NO i'IC-NICS
U' ivill be allowed or the WAI.SINGIH,\MI
SGROUNIDS; hut l'ersons wishing to visit the
Caves may do so by pa. in.g a smill fee, when
lights and a guide will be furrished.
W alsinghain, May 3rd, 18S1.


Apply Chelston, Rural Hill, Paget.
. July 5th, 1881.--ocoe pd.

For further particulars apply to
By order of the Mortgagees.
Hamilton, 4th July, 1881.-2 3p


Sale of Real

At Pulbic Auction,
On the Premises, at 12 o'clock,
On Tuesday, 19th inst.,
All that certain Store House, with
the lot of Land whereon it is built,
'Ii situate and being at the Flatts Vil-
lage in Hamilton Parish in these
Islands, bounded Southerly by the High Road
leading through the Flatts' Village ; Northerly
by the Waters of the Flatts Harbour, Westerly
by land of Benj. Paynter, and Easterly by
land of the Heirs or Devisees of Augustus
Peniston, deceased.
Hamilton, 4th July, 1881.--3 3p

SA House, and
6 ACRES OF LAND, in War-
wick Parish.
The House is a new one, and contains ten
room, with a Kitchen attached. There is al-
so a new stone Stable and Carriage House on
the premises. More than half the Land is good
planting land, and seaweed can be procured in
the neighbourhood without difficulty.
For further particulars apply to

For Gazette of 5th and 19th-3d p.

Just Received,

British ENSIGNS, for Vessels,
Porcelain Nest EGGS, FREEZE RS,
Fishing LINES and Fish HOOKS,
Brunswick BLACK, Snow FLAKE,
Galvanized Wire DISH COVERS,
Florida Water, Bay Water,
Bermuda HONEY, Cedar Berry SYRUP,
Cedar Work, in Variety,
Myetks BEEF, IRON and WINE,
Blood MIXTURE, Pyretic SALINE,
Gents SUSPENDERS-new styles,
And a variety of other GOODS,
45 Front Street, Hamilton, ins.
5th July, 1881.

The Bermuda Library,
27 June, 1881.
pERSONS are invited to forward to the Li-
brarian at the Library, the titles and
cost price of any Books recommended for ian-
portation, with the publisher's names if known,
Up to'the 16th Jtly next,
as the Trustees are about to send for new

3 3p

Honorary Secretary.

,New York M[fail Steamer.

SThe Steamer
captain WI T El UILR.-T,
Will leave Hamiltoil at 4 p.m.,

7th July,
To leave thence for Return on the 14th July.
I Parcels and Specie on Freight, will be recciv-
ed until 6 p.m. (hh July.
Produce will he received until 6 p.m., 6th
July, and !ills of Lading will be signed until
10 a.m., 7th July.
Passenger Stage will hbe removed at 3'30 p.m.,
7th Jnly.
lamiilton, Berioula, 5th uly, 1881.-i
Coioiist once.

New York, Bermuda & West India Line.
A. Emilius Outerbridge & Co., Agents,
No. 29 Broadway, New York.
JUNE 30TH, 1881.
Notice to Impurters of English
Goods via JNew York.
On and after August 1st, the through rates of
Freight on goods from London by the Na-
tional and Anchor Lines, and Quebec Compa-
ny's Steamer to Bermuda will be 37/ per ton
weight and 37/ per ton measurement. This
rate will cover wharfage at Bermuda.
Gtzette and Colonist twice each.

St. George's Town Hall,


Three Nights.


And Friday, 15th July,
( To our kind friends and Patrons, the
After considerable outlay, unceasing prac-
fle, auil the kind and able assistance of the
Musical Akateurs of St. Goorgos,
" The Wallack Tripilogue

As a liberal portion of the profits will be de-
voted to charity and the perfornanco being
also most attractive, a large audience may be
All the ORIGINAL MUSIC, with pleasing VOCAL
DIALOGUE introduced, making it a grand
Burlesque Opera, and the first ever
produced or attempted- in
Afnl ssion - Four Shillins.
No extra for reserving seats.
The Plans bor the Three nights
are now open at Mr. GriOnset's acy Store, St.
Any parties desirous of obtaining seats can
do so by enclosing Bermuda Penny Postage
Stamnps for the amount, their orders will be
promptly attended to and
Tickets sent by Return Post for
any of the Entertainments

THE Act No. 27 of Session 1 of 1880-1--
An Act to provide for the Matking of
all Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
pod from these Islands"-is printed in the
" Royal Gazette" for general information, in
conformity with the requirement of the 3rd
Section of the said Act. ,
Colonial secretary.
AN ACT to provide for the Marking ,of all
Packages of lVegetable Produce to be shipped
from these Islands

[18t January, 1881.]
WHEREAS considerable loss and incon-
venience has arisen from the practice of Ship-
ping Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, and other
vegetables from these Islands to other Markets,
without the name of the owner, or other dis-
tinguishing mark beinm thereon, to enable
fraudulent packers to be discovered and punish-
ed, and it is deemed expedient to put a stop
to the said practice:
We, therefore, &c., be it enacted, &c,:
I. If any person shall offer for sale any
Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, or other yvege-
tables in such packages as are usually-used
for the shipment of such vegetables by- vessels
for other markets, without the initials of the
christian name and surname in full of the
owner being branded or marked in paint or
ink or other material not easily removed there-
on, in distinct and legible letters of not less
than half an inch in length, every such 6(end-
or shall, on conviction before any Justice of
the Peace, forfeit and pay any sum'not exceed-
ing ten shillings as to the Justice sliall seem
i meet, together with the costs, and in default
of payment to be levied by distress- in like
manner as debts not exceeding three pounds
may be recovered, and if any person so con-
victed shall again commit a similar offence,
every such offender shall on any subsequent
conviction, forfeit and pay any: sum not ex-
ceeding one pound as to the Justice shallseemn
meet, together with coats, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like man-
ner as debts not exceeding -three pounds may
be recovered:
i Provided, that nothing herein contained
1 shall be construed to apply to any person who
shall offer for sale any Potatoes, Onions, To-
Smatoes, Melons, Pumpkins, or other veget-
ables, in open packages, or bags, forconsump-
tion in these Islands.
II. If any person shall purchase or ship, or
cause to be shipped, any Potatoes, .Onions,
Tomatoes, or other vegetables in such paek-
ages as are usually used for' the shipment of
such vegetables by vessels from these. Islands
for other markets, without the full initials of
the christian name and surname olf the owner
being branded or marked in paiirt 'Aink 'or
other material not easily removed thereon, in
distinct and legible letters of not less than
half an inch in length, every such offender
shall, on conviction before any Justice of the
Peace, forfeit and pay any sum not exceed ng
forty shillings as to the Justice ahall., seem
meet, toget, together with costs, and in default of
payment to be levied by distress in like. an-
ner as debts not exceeding three pounds way
be recovered, and if any person, so convicted
shall again commit a similar offenee, every
such offender shall, on any subsequent convic-
tion, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
three pounds, as to the Justice shall seem .meet,
together with costs, and in-default of payment
to be levied by distress in like manner as debts
not exceeding three pounds inay be ielvered.
III. It shall be the duty,of tbe Colonial Se-
cretary to require this Act tqbA., rint the
Royal Gazette on the first TiesdcTy of ie-'wY
month during the first six moths after itball1
go into operation.
IV. This Act shall go into operation ont'-he
first day of February, 1881, and continue in
force until and throughout the last day of June
one thousand eight hundred and el'hty-t',).

4TH JULY, 1881.
- ceived a Circular Despatch from the
Right Honorable the SECRETARY OF STATE'
FOR THIE COILONIEs,,. dated ;-,0th May, 1881,
transmitting a copy of an Order of the Que n
in Council dated I th May, 1881, for carrying
into effect the Treaty between Great BTitain
and Switzerland, which was signed on .the
26th November last, for the mutual suiender
of Fugitive Criminals.
The Order in Council can be seen at this
By His Exceelenc/y's Command,.-

R. P,1l..WEBsTFR,;
Colonial qe.,retary

.. j-- ....i' ('ro r %. IF,. VVIS IF AMN-0,I h-
This Advertisement is inserted because it is -LIST OF UNCAIMED LETTERS IN 'tI
impossible to give any representations of the POST OFFIE, II.\MILTON,'nd July, 188r.
Opera out of St. Georges, and to induce the Jose Silvio Amare, George B Aikin, 11 Alick
friends of the Wallacks to pay their perform- Anderson, Mies Bat!, W B'rown, Bt'njmin Beap,
ance a Moonlight visit. Mrs Maria Bowells, Edgar J Borgess, Joseph Prim,,
S.Miss Margaret Bean, Ilenj B Bowen, Benjamin
Burgess, George A Butterfield, Mario JmW0 -vipru,
O i(X " ~ D Brom, R B1ll, Mrs Eden B4tteprfield, W
O l S 'ov Brown, J F Belche, Miss Francis Cor, Mrs RS
Chapman, Dudley Cox, T S Chapel, I F Cramp.
THE OTS E ton, Mrs Sophia ox, James J McCree, amuel
THOSE Co Iwell, Carl Franciso, George FreemianTheophij-
O lus Fublcr, Capt W it Gardner, Ma'noel8 Ooncarvqs'
Superior Oil Stoves, AUsus Guest, Mis E H Hans, John D ltighes.
Durable, Economical and Non-Explosive William Hall, John F Ilenry, Thomas Haywnrd,
SDurable, Economical and Non-Explosive, E Jackson, H Joell, Brown Jones, J Jones, :Mrs J S
Nickle-plated Student's LAMPS, James, Mrs W T Jarnlo, Agustus Jones, Jos8ph
Bracket and other LAMPS-with illuminating Jones, Mrs King, D KtAn, B Kenney, charles
burners, Landy, Richard Long, Charf'i Lathan W J Mat-
Patent BROILERS, &c., &c. ters, George J Moulton, Louisa Moo~f, IMrs T Me-
Cheap for Cash. Kay, Suiz J Medeiru- W- A Mtoo:, T II Outer-
bridge. C(apt Jas Park, A VW Rayn.r, John Richard.
EBENEZER BELL. s-n, Manuel Silveira, Cha. Scott, Mrs W Saltus,
No. 1, West FrQnt Street, Hamilton, Mri E J Smiiwh, H L Smith, Elizm Seihouse, W J
July 4, 1881.-3 times, pl. Smith, W J 8isons, Augustushtow, MiShadbolt,
July 4, 18.-3 times,Tukr, D Tuker ej rott, Mr Matha
........Tucker, Eldon Trott, W M Tatem, -Mr, Eliz.both
Apprentice W n ted. Tucker, Susan Wilson, W T Williams. Mrs John
parent. ildy Jr, A S Warren, Mrs M'ry Wdvlimtn, .*:eo
---- 'Woodman, Miss Sarah Well., Mrs Ann Wllman,
AN APPRENTICE to the Carpentering Juhn Gibbons, .Mrs King, A Henricks,)n.
Trade,-age from 12 to 13 years.
Please apply to UNCL ,rMF.D LETTERS IN THE POST O'F.
FICE, ST. I GEOVIGr,July 4thl8!...
JOSEPH THOMAS TUCKER. ,: ...... :,,I.....n---;............ ...

.TP fr11A pT~~' William !~ Ati iMr fl Brown .at 3r
~'-- ----~-'~'-'- ~ y umarn?~1lIII niry Dron,,'ap Drgg., silse
Near the Park. S Copper, James Clar k, Joseph F Lighthourn, Alex
ruly 5, 1881.--twice. .A1sen, Peter Rich'rdson, WVm Tucker (Si. Darija.

I Hamilton, J

A SK Your Groceefor A. E. WHY LANIPS'



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Final Notice.

THlE Undersiguoed Professional Yachtmien
take this method of thanking the Gentle-
men who have given them such liberal p"tron-
age, and to give notice that after the present
date, they will NOT sail any Royal Bermuda
Yacht Club Races under TEN POUNDS
(Signed) F. C. SIMMONS,

Pagets, June 27,

Dr. E. f.

1881.-2 pd


OFFICE, No. 9, Wet Front St.,
Abl've Store of C. T. Conyors, i'sqr.,
Residence Haft-rrin toan Place,

Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
Will visit ST. GiEORGl(',o professionally on
Bat:.d; ys.
Office at McCalia.i & Co.

PlttMe Oroccries, srnain, Provisionts,
&e., &c.,
4 Front Street, iamilton, Bermuda.
314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip
104 Pearl Streot and Havain, Cuba.
Orders for Groceries, Dry G('oods sand Goods
of all descriptions, lr:esp(ctruiiy solicited and will
be filled at lowest Market rates e either direct or
through our Bermuda house.



-. .- <, 'A .4 .--." -_ .' 1
To the Cousigument of
MgS. MIggdQDLB(r & ("O*.
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility forgso doing.
SFebruary 22, 1881.-tf

'W ill teve his personal attention to the forward-
ing ot

Bermuda Produce
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given ton
Planters on application.
46 & 47 Front Street,
Alpri 5, 1881.-tf

Chas. P. Wood worth &
S232 Fulton Street, New York.
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 furniished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Iamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf


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DtAI Sia,-I take pleasure in .rojQcmending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer.
or from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
acuteo 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 offetas
were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It
jp a medicine that no household should be without.
No 261 West flouteca-St., City.
BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DAR Sait,-.This is to certify that I have found
,wre'gpol in-your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicin, that I have ever taken for Dyspdpsia
arid Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from

Sole Agent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. Georges.

18 Leadueonhali Street,
Personal attention givou to Consignments.
Bermuda P'RODUCE and the filling of Ber.'
mudian orders.
April 13, 1380.

r' lIE Undersigned respectfully direct the
attention of the MERCHANTS Q F
IBERMUDA to the fact that forsome years past
he has oea connected with the Hlouse of.
S:. R. & P '~..- ba, r &~ CGo.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufaeturers of Food
West l'roadw'y, R1ade andt Hudson Streets,
New York City,
Anld d 1in 3 iiht tin:e his :u(tj-Jjded personally to
the execution of tBr':u!ia Orders, so that he is
practically itNiliar w' i[' tlie wants of that Island
iu ull that relates to PF:od Procducts and Gro-
ceries gcnetally.
Any orders that mnty he entrusted to him will
bIe faithfully and iprom t! y fi!lel with the assur-
maice that tlh y will r ci t all the advantages
which time a iit facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them, to ,ive. A trial order, no
matter how emal), may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
With 11. K. & F. I1. '1 1lilMBERi & CO.,
New York City.
December 21. 180.-12,i

Revised Edition of the
A few Copies on Sale at the Royal Ga-
zetteo Stationery Store.
June 27, 1881.

nation you require. Any time you write us
about markets, business prospects, etc., we will
give you all the information in our power.
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
you soon, and thanking you for past favors,
and hoping you will still continue entrusting
us with your confidence, we are,
Yours Respectfully,
New York, March 1st, 1881.

A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
i Milk.
f W E offer, under the above brand, a fall
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-
age 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.
IH. K. & F. B, THURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.

S'tHE manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to
combine with PRIDE OF THE KITCH
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence
the bad temper manifested.'


Sant touti
Reads., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
messrs. OLAND SON & Co.,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.
For Sale by
Solo Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January, 18 1881 .,-3m 3p, 9m I p,

To all who suffer from Headache.

y./.ys on haud at theo St.:c. of
BSole Agent.
Hamilton, F-eby. 7th, 1881.-tf

To seat ,ou, pcr..)ns. Extc:;i ;? rfrred
Address T. C., R. G. Office, Ha.ilton,
Stating Terms &c.
Juno 21st, 1881.

For Rent,

In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.,
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.

.Great progress has been made within a few
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts ; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our, interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLs.
soM~n 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
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocu, S,
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6m

school airttSi.

3 Large Supply Received
At the ROYAL GAZETTE Stationery Store,
dt Low Prices.
lHamilton, June 28th, 1881.




(Subject to Change.)


From Liverpool.

Egypt, Wed.
Helvetla, "
Spain, "
Italy, "
England, "
Egypt, *'
Erin, "
Helvetla, "
Spain, "
Italy, "
England, "
Egypt, "

June 22
July 6
Aug. 8
Sept. 7

*France, Wed. June 22
Canada, 29
Holland, July 6
*Denmark," 13
The Queen," 20-
Greece, 27
*France, Aug. 3
Canada, 10
Holland, 17
*Denmark 24.
The Queen. 31.

To Liverpool.
Sat. July 9, 8 p.m.
" 16, 9 a.m.
"* 28, 8 p.m.
" 30, 7'80 am.
" Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
" 18, 7-80 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, 5-830 a.m.
Oct. 1, 11 a.m.
To London.
Wed. July 13, 3-80 p.m,
20, 12-80 p.m.
27, 5-30 a.m.
Aug. 3, 10-80 a.m.
10, 5 a.m.
17, 11 a.m.
24, 5 a.m.
31, 9-80 a.m.
Sept. 7, 8 p.m.
14, 9-30 a.m.
21, 3 p.m.

*The Steamers France and Denmark will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
c" $100 to $110 London.
Steerage passage $2(f.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
New York,
New York, June 15, 1881.


United States Mail


1 YOMING sails Tuesday June 7, at 1 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 14, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday June 21, atl 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 oni main deck opening into the
Saloon, thui securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.

Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S.Maii Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, June 7, 1881.
Protection agaMnst FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthie.t
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in those
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
oT the Stamp Duly, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on IIrAI, and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
:.. .... ilf0

-,-,,,,, oepiemoer 9th, 1856.
A Kyvour Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KITCIH EN, for scouring and clean
ing. It is better than Sapolio, and only about
half the price.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
mnent not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &e,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Mednl at the late Paris Exhibition,
Front Street, Hamilton,
Deer 16, 1878. u-o.o.

Theodore Outerbridge,
D. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Army Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10o a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
Officoat Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Hamilton, November 8. 1880.
A LLwho wish to have their Kitchen Utensi,
SA Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
scouring, Cleaning and Polishing Soup, PILID
OF THE KITCHEN. Ask for Pride of the
Kitchen' Soap.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & 0O.,
New York, April 20, 1881. Proprietors.

dLMAfJ iCK.-JULY, 1881.

o 0
S^ ris. sets. -

5Tu 5 7 7 3 9 2 42
6 We 5 7 7 3 10 3 30
7Th 5 7 7 311 4 18
8 Fri 5 7 7 3 12 5 6 Eng.MI.28rd due
9 Sat 5 9 7 313 5 54
10 & 5 9 7 314 6 42 4th afler Trinity
11 Mo5 9 7 315 7 30FlMn9h6i4ma.m

every Tuesday by DONALD M'Pass Las,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gaze tt
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End,
Water Street.

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