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]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Volume ID: VID00197
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THE


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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


Noi 29.-Vol. Z.VX. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES 249 per


Htamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, July 19, 1881.
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FALOUD.A. vw ines Ior lne eason.
Abatraot of tho Proceedings of the ffonorable LARET Imported annually for 28
16ouse of Assembly. SAUTERNE years from same House in
Wednesday,18th July,1881.-Mr. Dill introduced Bordeaux
a Bill relating to certain money in the Public Trea- HOC K
sury arising from the sale of Glebe Land in Per.m BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
broke Parish, which was read a first time. MIOSEL[LE
The Bill to amend the Bermuda Light House
Act of 1877, was read a 2nd time. DO Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
The Attorney General moved that the House do CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
now resolve itself into a Committee of the whole DO. St. Peray
House to consider the St. David's Lighthouse Bill DO. Swiss
a-which was affirmed. )DO. Saumur
Ayes 15. Nays 10. DO" Vouvray
The Bill was committed. SHERRY Fine Montilla
Mr. Fowle in the Chair. DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
The Attorney General moved the first Clause. DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle
Mr. Fraser moved that the Committee rise and
report progress and obtain leave to sit again-which GOSLIA G BROS.,
Sagreed resto. umedHamilton and St. Georges,
The Chairman obtained leave to sit again. Established upwards of 50 years.
Mr. J. W. Pearman moved that the House do May 28th, 1881.
consider in Committee of the whole the Message of
His Exoelletcy .the Governor No. 17, relating to a FOREST LAKE ICE COM-
tank at the Flatts-which was affirmed. RES L E I
Ayes 21..'Nays 10. M
The Message No. 17, was oormitted. P TI
Mr. Keane-in the Chair. ,PANY.
Mr. J. W. Pearman moved that it be recom. OI office at ICE HOUSiE, East Broadway.
mended to the House to make provision for the -
erection of a Public Tank at the Flatts-which was frHHE Subscribers would respectfully inform
negatived. the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
Ayes 8.-Messrs. J A Atwood, T N Dill, A J they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
Frath, 8 A.Masters, T A Outerbridge, S C Outer- for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
bridge, J W Pearman, T J Pearman. able price of lalf-Penny per pound.
Nays 20.-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M We wil! keep constantly on hand at the Ice
Cooper, R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, J Fowle, R D t n astn, East o
Fraser, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, W Hose of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
SJ Hyland, J M Hayward, A Hoddon TD ay, supply of ICE throughout the year for
Middleton, W S Masters, A M Oudney, W R Pen- the benefit of our Customers who may require
aston, C Pernlston, J N Smith, R Tynes, T J Wad. Ice during winter months.
on. By' prompt attention to our customers and
The House resumed, strict attention to our business, we hope to re-1
'A Message from the Legislative Council: ceive a share of the Public patronage.
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen ofthe House of Asemby; N.B.-ICE LIOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 61
I am directed by the Legislative Council to p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will be
'return to your Honorable IHouse the Bill entitled open from 7 to 8.
"An Acttotimend'he Criminal Law as to inde- JOHN 1B. S TIHL HL CO.,
cent assaults on young persons,'rand to request the ast Broadway amilto.
concurrence of your Honorable House in an East Broadway, Hamilton.
amendment which the Council deem expedient to June 21st, i'881.-tf
be made thereto-a copy of which amendment is i
delivered herewith. il tov
Council Chamber, 11th July, 1881. O il Stoves'
After the word "thirteen" in the third line of JUSTREOEEIVED, ANOTHER LOT OF
the Second Clause insert the word "years."
The House having considered the proposed a- THOSE
mendment-agreed thereto. eioSuperior'v Oil Stoves
Ordered, that the Bill be amended accordingly Iqt11 lU VS
and returned to the Legislative Council with the Durable, Economical and Non-Explosive,
following Message :- Nickle-plated Student's LAMPS,
MJ. Preside 'and Gentlemen of the Legislative Coun- Bracket and other LAMPS-with illuminating
oil; burners,
We are directed by the House of Assembly to Patent BROILERS, &c., &c.
return to your Honorable House the Bill entitled Cheap for Cash.
'An Act to amend the Criminal Law as to indecent
assaults on young persons," and to acquaint your E B EN EZ E R BELL.
Honorable House that the Assembly having concur- No. 1, West Front Streetk Hamilton,)
red in the proposed amendment thereto the same July 4, 1881.-3 times, pd. J
had been accordingly made to the said Bill.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to pro- W HEELWRIGH & CAR-
vide for the -filling of Vacant Ecclesiastical WLW C
Benefices in these Islands, which was read a first RIAGE BUILDER.
The ,Attorney General introduced a Resolve
granting a. sum to the Bermuda Library, which FRED. J. S WVN,
was read a first time. iHas resumed business in Reid Street, opposite
SAdjourned to Monday next. MR. NEWMAN'S


Williams <4* Company's
Grand Water Excursion.


._AV for some time seen the disadvantage
of the Inhabitants of Bermuda, from not
visiting their Beautiful and Picturesque Island.
take pleasure in informing the Public that they
have taken up the new and elegant
.Steamer Reliance,
For one trip round BERMUDA ISLANDS,
On Thursday, 21st July,
1881.
KIEFRESHMENTS of all kinds to be had On
board, free of charge.
BAND-MUSIC ON BOARD.
Further particulars made known on applica-
tion to >w?
J. W. KELLY,
St. Georges.
". -T. BASSETT,
Southampton.
P1. J. BURGESS,
Somerset.
'BENJ. J. WILLIAMS,
Hamilton.
Leave Hamilton at 9 a.m., Southampton, 1(
a.m., Somerdet, (Public Wharf) at 11 a.m., St.
Geoige's, at 12-30, p.m.
FamiHieso df 3 persons $5, (20/) 1 person
P artiinthending to avail themselves of this
opporluinit: will -'pleaso forward amounts, on or
before l thir~t.
Parties vil .please observe 'time of leaving
each place. ".
' HamiltMPAJuly 12, 1881.-.2


SLarge Supply, Received
AND FOR SALE, '
At the ROYAL GAZETTE Stationery Store,
JAt Low Prices,
Hamilton, June 28th, 1881.


Hari


ness Making Establishment,
(Do'wn Stairs,)


And respectfully solicits a share of Public Pa-
tronage.
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.


"-- FOR SILE.
FAUGHABALLAH-a well known hunter
and charger.
ROYAL-a very good hunter, charger and
Lady's horse.
SELVAGEE-an excellent harness horse.
ALSO A

Milch Cow,
Just Calved-.
Inquire of the Coachman at Mount Langton.
July 12, 1881.

Notice.

ALL PERSONS to whom the undersigned
may be Indebted to 30th June, 1881, are
requested to forward Bill of same not later
than 15th instant. Persons Indebted to him
are requested to make settlement of same by
15th inst.
ALBERT INGLIS.
St. George's, 5th July, 1881.-8.

Ot^ ^


1Bermuda le e,
JAL2DE FROM PURE ,HA1N

CAN be used under al! circumstances without
the danger a'.:n '",T the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases a,'ect the system, in the
same manner as a ca .:C(' of 3drin1.ing wat(r.
The subscriber is 4aoiv prepare to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnab; Street, from 0 a.m., toG p.m.,
daily. Sunday from.-D a. m,, to 10 n.m. De-
livered in Hamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Ualf-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 HoLoe TIdustry 'respectfully asks a
continuance, of the I-abilic Patronage.
STHOMAS MILES.
Hamilton, May 3b1st, 18831.

.For RIent,
fli' J/V t'4. Et.Wt.'t L,*V T Cif5Uit Ioas


The Latest News !

E. A, MEYER;
Steam Xce Cream Wactory.
L ADIES and Gentlemen now is the time you
can enjoy Meyer's Steam Ice Cream made
Equal to that in London, Paris, or the United
States.
CONFECTIONERY made by steam Powers
sonsequently you will always find that Meyer
sells the best and cheapest confectionery in the
Island.
Prices to suit the times.
10E CREAM reduced from Foun to THREE
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
twonty, Two shillings and sixpence -per quart
only.


June 14, 1881.


S E, A. MEYER,
Steam Ice Cream Manufactory
Victoria Street, near East
Broadway, Hamilton.


Mrs. B.E. Smith,


Belonging to rth iIstate of the late JAMES D 70TOE SAY,
TATEr, and sate!y occupied by BERMODA,
S. PIiP 115 NESS, | ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
NEU r. l she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
At Salt Kettle, (W rwick Parish,) ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.
Containing about Ten Acres of Land mostly
arable, a Commodi)us ALSO,
Having received by "Ceto" from Nassau,
Wff O~ 18 A Qhoico Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
to make up CROSSES, JEWELLERY,
With Stable, Carriage HL use, Bathing House BASKETS, BRIDAL. WREATHS, NECK-
and all other necessary Out-Houses and two LACES, &c.
Cottages oa the Land. Tiere are five Tanks at ( All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
present full of ate will. fine harf, immediately a posite the Commissariat Department, will meet
fish pond. Possession giv a immediately. i p attention.
For further particulars pa ase apply to w prompt attention.
J. T. DARRELL, i June 21st, 1881.-3 months
Executor.Vs O f
Hamilton, June 28, 1881.

For n t.. CONiSSION AND EXPORT


The H aso anid
25 ar -ES. OF LAND,
Lately occupied by the Revd. C. P. K. Coomrbe.


A Square PIANO FORTE by Collard & Col-
!ard, made expressly for this climate.
And many Articles of Solid Mahogany and
Cedar Furniture are offered at Private Sale.
Apply to
MRS. COOMBE,
On the Promises.


Southampton, June 27th, 1881.-5

To Lease for a term of


Rx ERCHANNTS,
FIse reaoccries, Grae Provisions,
a&c., &c.,
4 Front Street, HIamilton, 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
he filled at lowest Market rates either direct or
through our Bermuda'house.

Notice.


years. BY recent Instructions from the Marine
-' B Boards of Underwriters of New York,
U THAT Delightfully Situated MAN- Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
SION in Southampton, on the Great accordance'with the Policies of Insurance now
Sound, known as Glasgow Lodge" with the issued, it is imperative that all Hills and Con-
surrounding LAND, of which about eight tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
Acres are ARIABLE; together with a COT- and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings, disaster must be examined and approved by me
well adapted for a boarding house. The main as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corrin- notice of the same so that all parties interested
dor the whole length, and thirteen rooms below, therein may govern themselves accordingly.
with Kitchen. A mnst healthy '"pot and conve- A
nient for travelling by land or water, the mail W C. HYLAND,
stage between Mangrove Bay (Somerset), aud Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters
the town of Hamilton passing tha gate daily up of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
and down. Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
Supply on the Premises. St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.


May 17, 1881.-3ai

THE PEARL.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
Milk.
W E offer, under the above brand, a full
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by:
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added to one f milk will reduce it to the aver-
age standard of Orange County nilk. Every can
is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
Milk than The Pearl, but it wi!l 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 93-75.


To


H. K. & F. B. THURBEIi & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.

Notice
all who suffer from Headache.


DR. SCOTT'S


THE Undersigned
his Wife JANE
left her home without
that he will not there
DEBTS contracted b
will prosecute any pe
harbour or employ t
HARNACK.

Prospect, July 12, 181


ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
hereby gives notice that Always,on hand at the Store of
SARAH HARNACK has A. 11. THOMPON,
any just provocation, and A. THOMPSON,
ore be responsible for any Sole Agent.
y her ; and further, that he Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf
rson or persons known to
the said JANE SARAH ASK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
A THE KITCHEN, for scouring and clean
HENRY HARNACK. ig. It is bettor than Sapolio, and only abou
81.-3 pd half the price.


Mrs. Rebecca Swan's

Boarding House
$CAUR HILL, SOMERSET.
SRS. SWAN tenders her sincere 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 hqs improved her 'accommodations by add-
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881,


S. .J Canton '4 Son,
Watch epairers and J'ewelloer
EG to inform the Public that they intend :;:
J- carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. BARrToLo-
MEW, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
('ffich. '
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE AND PLATED-WARE, Musical
BOXES and INSTRUMENTS Repaired at
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
satisfaction.
Hlamilton, May 21st, 1881.

Dr. E. R. Merer,
Veterinary Surgeon,
OFFICE No. 9, West Frofit St.,
Hamilton,
Above Store of C. T. Cohyers, Esqr.,
Residence, Harringto' Pla4ce
Hamilton Parsh.


Office Hours 1,0 to 12, 2, o 6. '
Will visit ST: GEORGdIES professional otf
Saturday. "' "
Office at McCallan & Co.'


A CARD.
T HE Undersigned respectfully direct. thb
attention of the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some fears pai
he has been connected with the House of %
39. I. F. P. B.Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers ot.Food
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he la
practically familiar with the wants of that Islamd
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro.
series generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thwr-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual beefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,-
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER &'CO.,
S New York City.
December ai, 1880.-1I2m



THE UADERSIGJVE L
Will give his personal attention to the for.ward-.
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.


Alpri 5, 1881.-tf


46 & 47 Front Street,
Hamilton.


4.




*- Ir


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<* *


Theodore Outerbridge,.
D V. S., *
VJTrialINARY SURGEON,.
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Army Pay Office. ,
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to' p.m.
Will Visit St. Georgpq. Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, .
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square:
Hamilton, November 8. 1880.

W NOTICE. '


TO LET. Snb tOt,
Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
A H U Hhdb.
Situated near Victoria From the Celebrated Brewery of
Park, Hamilton. Messrs 0 LAND SON & CO.
Terms very moderate, to an approved Tenant. N ARMY AND NAVY BREWERS,


For further particulars apply to
W. OARDY" HATL,FffLT.
June 3, 1881.-tf

Revised Edition of the
*.E lt TESTd4iE IVT
A few Copies on Sale at the Royal Ga-
zette" Stationery Store.
Jimo 27, 1881.
Fl IH manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to
- combine with PRIDE OF THE KITCtH-
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence&
the bad temper manifested.


4 .~-.
4'


HALIFAX,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customem to
defy Competition.


For Sale I


January, 1


A. J. RICHARDSONi
Sole Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
18 1881.-3m 3p, 9 a I p.


d
Wanted.

Apply at Cavendish.
d2n July, 1881.-3
f


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WEEKLY EiPORT OF THE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
10th and 17th July, 1381, height above the aea
where tMe Register i kept, being 246 feet.

Date. 4 '

Blti g aGeneral Remarks.
aly. .
Notm
A.. ..^W 8S 81 30080 000 PFlue
ig www 482 81 30*070 0*00 Fine
i. w 4.a W0 )010 0"00 Fine
Ijp. W *;4 82-81 30-030 0-o00 Fine
35 w "-82 61 29-970 0 00 Fine, loudy, hazy
1, # -w- 5&79 74 29-900 0-15 Equally, haey
17 w 350- 78 9-830 0-23 Fie hazy
Monday morning.-The Barometer has been falling
hew pat $4 hors, and now stand at 29'670, thice
tet~y wea he.
/' .. .. JOSEPHUSPERINOUIEF


..Z ..'I, V IM -


:' Hamilton, M fy 19, 1881.

..'B .. BER 1IUD A.
yoceediings of the Honorable Legislative
S. Council.
Friday, 15tA JuMy, 1881.--Pursuant to adjouna.
IuNba oeHouse =aet*
Prsa--Itis ifoaor Jolsiah Rees, ObSef Justice,
-. Prcftidot ;
T&e Hoa 114l0l At. J. Musson,
WW H. Gosling,
t- James H. Trimingham,
*'- Eagenias Harvey,
: ,. Jame$ Tacker, Reor. tonl.,
R- K .: IL E. Webster, Col. Seety.,.
S~E.-G,. Gordon, ColonelC.R.BL
T fB roEited wA Acta A to aneid the Crfiiin -
Pll Wio ladecent assaults on young persons,"
was Watrned frTdm the House of Atsembly with the
folloil*% Measagei
M r. PM 'AdGS 'iCdmeofthe Legisltive Council
fe ale tqimU to yoor UOcooable House the Bill entitled "An
A t to amend the'Criinal Law aa to indecent as-
aolti.olyotng persons," and to acquaaint your
wumbje 1 lause that the Assembly, having con-
Cirred In the proposed amendment thereto, the
asae.has been accordingly made to the said Bill.
Seasioldna House, 18th July, 1881.
"-'AtT'M& a amended was then read the third
time and paqss3, and ordered to-be laid before His
Exoooiucy tWV overor by the Hon R. E. Web-
Se i ;,:-v .* :* -
-Aaei'nd to Taesday next, the 19th Ihnatant, a
M," --.;- .: -



)'strid of oxe Proceedis,eof the Honorablo
.^* .H Iovie qf Aeatiblj. *
Monday, 1Sth July, 1881i.-The Bill relating to
.tiahK oAney In the Public Treasury artsing from
.t i01GJe Land in Pembroko Parisb, ws
r fa?.ad thie atnd committed.
Vane I Wbe Chair.
Th e 1.'2, 3 and 4 Clauses agreed to.
Mr. Dill moved the 5tb Clau o.
eelf.-Frasor 6 vc thftat toe woods "witb tht
Ceot nt g -tlj rector fP.. Iha imnt being of Penm-
SW44i1td Devoshlire Pariseeo," la the 2nd and
&4"Oi, be struck ou'-which was tiegatived.
"JyAPOI. -Na's 20.
y^.Clavme e ed to.
."Pwi Htoeso reasoned.
%V,Plhis um reported the 6Bill without amend
fwql 4 a adopted and ordered to be en-

Ttuelffe.wiog Mcassages from iH Is Excellenoy th

(No.-24.)
IL LA FPAN,
Major-General,
foWhtrnr and Ccmmandr-ian-Chif.
Tbhei6b tor has the honor to forward for th
eformatisn of the Hquorable House of Assembl
a Reotk, dated 9th of July, 1881, with a statement
o( Accou.. for the twelve months ended 81s
% I y n .` -f t n the trustees appo'ntw
VzgSbf,1 rovtods of the Savinga' Bank Act, No

Ffhblu Buildings, faiamilton,)
124h July, 1881.

I. M. LAFFAE,
M(Oeneral,

The Oovdrnor haa the honor to forward for th
:informa ion of the Honorable House of. Asaembl,
a.Itpo.rt, date.2ld July, 1881, with a Copy of a
Accoted rom the Opwmmissionors appointed under
the vsoiuB of Act No. 38, of the Session o
186--.*for the purpose of investing the sum o
$6,0 .aftp apart, by, t'ho Legiasatue for- the pur
pease ea create i the said Aect.
Pabio Duidd ngs, lanilto, )
1 u :aly' 188L.



*Te 1t e iver has the hoeor 60 forward to thn
kEooto e' HouW of Aseually th. remaiina
oauats axnd Vouches r-spectiaj the Expenditur
,. TtToa's .tisro~ws Cbannel.and the destructio)
.o t fiK Ba>YinO OCfcaoiina Z."
r S diticulty haa been experienced m procur
t'ag "iseae doc ntsents, as they had all been already:
Mdttdi by the Audit Board of there Colony and b.
t le Tr.awar Audit Committee of the House o


Aee -bad been bound up as audit&
oa V B th.the Wag'rants which the Governo
hdgBuised to authorize their payment by th
ColonialTreasury.
The G.owernor however being anxious to mee
the wigheA of the House of Assembly has cause,
exact copiesotf.all the doncumetts and of th(
Certiflaacte thereoa of the Audit Board and of thi
Audt Co .ifm(tee of the Assembly to be mado ana
to be.' "iItaitted fort. examination and for Cer
tifio.te.as .fifthfal4 copies. othe* Audit Board, an after avinS tH.s beea .ertified as correct copie
b@,#h6. AditJ.BFiaki. tho Gopernor 'has causc
thmto-64be) ubstit#l0for. the original document,
it) the ou"liers kept by tho Treasury. said i
this w 1e'," L.eaq been able to procutre for the l.ous
the otiinal.documents it desired to exminme.
Publi 6 Buildingsi. Hamion,
18'h July, 188..
Order-ed, ihat Mr. ]Wadsou, Mr. Tynes ard Mr, S
A:."Matiiibe -a Committee to examine the Ac.
tount* for expenditure on Timlin's Channel and
destruction of 1Caiolina Z.
Orteed, t l.Kt the next Order of the day be car
lried or ubtia ftbther order.
T'hbe'bllt provide for the filling of Vacan


l Ecclesiastical Benefices-was read a second time A DaE-. 537T.-''L DAY., T.ie Attempt to SiK E President ( I
and ComibiUted. { G Ifll.
3 Mr. J. W. Pcarwan in the Chair. The Spdak"r, thIl::b S. U. a having
'The AUzorney Gaeeral moved the first Clause. iss*td invitation;. to a large party of Gentlemon, On the second of July Prein Garfield reached
0 On the 6ecand of J ly lficnt Garfield reached
The House resumed, embracing HcU.dj cf Departments, Members of the railway station at Washington to take the train al
The Chairman obtained leave io Mit again. Council and of ithe House of As&ombly, &L., to joiu fr the Ea, 1e was accompanied b Secretary h
Adjourned t,) Friday next. him if a pleasure trip to Nonsuch Island aud North laine an held hic arm as the two walked into the
R_ Rock, found hiumscif well supported on Tuesday last, w i.ing room. As they passed across the width of d
Orders when soon afer 10 a. mu., the pretty little Steamer the room, a person named Guiteau came toward
Oburch Patronage Bill. Reliance" loft the wharf at [Iamilton. them, and when very near, discharged two barrels P
Glebeh Money BiBill. Afr a mos cordial reception by our Host, who of a pistol at the President. Both balls hit, one V
Library Reole. received each guest at the gangway, the new snip, however merely grazing his arm, while khe other fi
Usher appliances and comfortable an convenient fit- plunged into his body between the tenth and
CUSTOM 11OUSE-f-AMIALTON. tings wore the objects of attraction and admiration; eleventh ribs. The President immediately fell, and
ENTMRD, i. tla.t so much power should be so compactly stowed, afer a hor"t time hwas takdn back to the White
July 18--Mail St.eamer Flamborough, Whitohurst, while so much space could be spared for the corn- House, which an hour or tio before he had left in t
New York ; mails and general cargo.-Agents, fort and convenience of passengers, was a source ofThe ball which ed in his body was t
r5 'full health. The ball which lcdged In lhis body was
Trott & Cox. 1 surprise to nany : for instance, a capacious and a large one; its indicated course was through the c
CUSTOM 11hOUSE-ST. GEORGE. I cool resort in tho stern sheets," where a large com- liver into the abdominal cavity or into the wall of a
ENTERED pany might enjoy the refreshing breeze uuder tae the abdomen; the shook waA very great, and for
July 16-Bark Julia A. Brown, Nickson, Boston ; lhade of the hurricane deck; next to which the two days seemed likely to be fatal, and the compli- t
to load former cargo of rail-road iron-Agents, Saloon with its tables, cushioned couches, &c, affords cations of every lind were most threatening. The
W. C. IIyland & Co. an attracvo lounging place; then on our way for- president was'.hot on a Saturday, and until mid-.
18-Brigt. Lucy W. Snow, Stone, Liverpool, B.; waud passing by the Machinery and Engineorsado- night of Monday seemed to be sinking. Then, how- o
coal for Government. man we find a spacious apartimenot which would at ever, he rallied from the effects of the shoclc, and t
C'LeARED. all times be useful for sowage of luggage or cargo, it began to be hoped that his splendid constitution t
July 14-Schr. Delphi, Lyman, bound-to Fortuno but on this occasion was better packed with every and his regular, temperate habits would enable him 1
ands ballast imaginable luxuryto tempt tho lleoarty or dolioata to pull through the dangers which 'beaet him. Ever s
." voyager ; adjacent to thLi is the" Doctor ', room, since, he has been doing well, with fluctuations, of t
PAsSEaGER. furnished with its neat stove and bright culinary course, in his symptoms; with increasing weakness
In the Mail Steamer "Plamborough" yesterday articles; while the spacious forward deck, shaded and dimished flesh; bat without any of -the more
morning from Now York :-Captain and Mrs.King, by its well fitting awning affords a very attractive alarming developments which had been feared, and
Mr. Thomas Aiken, Miss L. and Miss M. G. Aiken, retroet; nevertheless we need .ot stop here, f or with an unusual ability to take and retain nutra.
Mrs. E. and Xlis Nellie Gillespie, Miss E. Lang, n:.n..i.n an easy step ladder, we are soon on th3 tivos, and to perform the ordinary functions of
Miss E. Armst.rong, Capt. Nathaniel Vosey,.Mesars. Haurricane deck over which is also stretched a pro- I health. The hemorrhage which was expected from t
William Bluck, E. J. Lough, W. Lough, Alexander tooting awning, aand from the fixed seats which sur- the course of the ball, was not very great and was
Smith, H. H. Ingham, E. Crawley and E. A. Smith. round it we aro enabled, in the cool breeze and easily managed; and the porotonitis, which the
SThe s,. Ceto from London via Dartmouth, left grateful shade, to.enjoy a more extensive view than surgeons most dreaded, 'did not occur at all until
the latter place, for Bermuda 9th instant.- [By that we had on the ma deck the ninth day, was then local and slight instead of
t..e m viaNew York ] In such a ship, wt t such a host, with every pro. general and dangerous, and so far has interfered
;' ,vision for our comfort and on a charming day with l a a11, with the favorable condition of
t H, M. S. Phoenix" h6nce at Halifax, July 4. just wind enough to contract the sun's heat, it patient. The case excites the greatest me dical c
S rterestboth i America and England. The "1 Lan. 1
The R. M. Steamer Alpha is due this afternoon on board had not been Lappy. cl" considered the chances of recovery fair, and
from Jamaica anad will leave, after the prescribed Then for the cruise. After picking up the Honbio. its encouraging option was cabled from London
Lime, for Halifax. CoL Gordon, R.E,, in the Sound; we proceeded ra..-to New York. The Press reporters and interviewers
------ pidly throigh.Hog.fi3h passage into the ship chan- beat every surgeon of any eminence, and the world
DATOH ON SiP-noAnD.-TThe Mate of the whaling nel, along tho North coast, (being sustained on our reads newspapers is told all he thinks or
schooner WmR. Martin," Captain Marlin, died on way by cooling draughts, not of air alone), and So knows about it. The general opinion was that if
Board that vessel in the Great Soufid, on the llth inst. on through Ferry Reach and the Causeway bridge the ballot penetrated or lacerated the liver, the case
t0 -was attended by Dr. Arton, who pronounced it to to the ancient town of St. George, where another was hopeless. But as the week past and the ter-
be a case of tubercular meoniigetos with consequent 'draught' being added to our contingent, we contin- rible perotonitis failed to appear, as the, stage of
effunion into tho ventrielos.- Patient Lad a eavity ia uad our easterly coum-e, paying down the charming uppurration was safely reached, it began to be
right lung and dissominateod tubrele in left. A very Harbour, among its pretty Islands and through its ".elieved that.the liver had not'cen pierced, or that
Sgrpv prognosis wa given which was verified a.fw narrow portal into Five Fa.thom. Hole, and so on by th presn was to be one of the few cases of re
do(es later bY th dAh of th young mn. ; ftr, S Advnr nl in -r vy rn se was to be one of the few cases of re.o a ru
io outaer jthe ship. His mother, who was on bc',A, .d, fntel no vage r- cceptrye irom such a Wound. The last surmise nd
t.,-nterlv nursed him. It was deenmd iaekpcdir-fr L G-I,"Get Hoad" lowarda the Ctraco to castle Har. .cepted Ds tile more correct, for while the attend- s
bring him ashore as any movement of the kind might bou i a T ing physicians begin to express the hope, notwith-
pr6ve fatal, Oni our way the variously coloured cliffs, the git- standing' the perils still to be met, that their patient
The American Bark Mermaid," Captain Allm tennnid beachsthe foam covered bre kar,' will recover, they insist, that the track of the.
The mercanBar Irmad,"CapainAlln, arnet Rock a~d oth~i .lijects, new to maruy. W1 ball b e hog or along and past, the liver.
of Ne@bedford, from a whaling cruise, anchored t o n e ball must be through or along and past, the ver.
off Dfvonshiro Dock,-on Saturdav morning-, to la ot passed unheeded or unadmired. If prayer and sympathy can save President Gar-
i eM~ok nR t idb,, ru to I Over the bar and through ilhe entcannc guard, p ayr nsu h av ahe a-
the oreains of Mrs. Allen,ntho aCptaiu's wife, who Over h- bar nd through t entrance, g'ardeA ftold, his cure is certain. The popular heart has
died ft' sea of eousumption on the'h instant. inanolent daya by pwerfeed forts on either had, bo-on touched and Waits and matches the case with
died~ ~ fesao osmpino ~ 't ntnwe finid ourselves ou 'that oharmin- expiserw-
SCaptain Allen reports that on 14th June hia if we nd ourees on that charming expanse of wa- in tnso axiety and interest. In this respect, too,
beominig wor, hore up for Bermuda for : ..I ter Castle Harbour, aqd scon come to anchor under the old world haa generously gone with the now,
aistaco. The dcesed lady leave two Daught. bold cliffs of Nonich Island, up which in sint and. in England more especially, beginning with
F4 eegl 6file, man* 'of our Uglators ai z)hoztlysn tol.,
t or.The Mermaid"' ha bLeen out 12 month, rh and puffi dte neto iwfor thmls mot friendly and. solicitous, The President
Shas, during that time, taken 500 barrel spa6rha oil. the not standing he 'f ham every claim on-the guodawishes"of his own
-tirto, n Owithstanding the flellw rays of Old Sol. countrymen. He is the best evidence and exprts-
: V--.EETI -" B 0 During tbleir absence one scientist depicts onu on of what the country ca rnn A pr lad
VOLUNTARY MEETING ITS BEHALF OF cardboardforfutura reference, natures rugged walls, h to earn bylaor oe m A of edeatin
-I^CT;- *n TBTT'T/^A "TT'T Ti CT'lTfitT ri i 1 ~ at who htd, to earn ;by lafour the means -of educating
-T'ABLISFING A. "-PUBLIC -8011001,' wvhilo Ausie. and his a sistants are-not less usefully hislf of obscure social parentage and condition,
"I hT APB C6 na-no u eli-mself ; of obscure social paretage and coditin,
FOR WHITE !VA/A ilLDlE INwq epioyed in transforming the promenade en'%the hi has by the forced of intellect and character I
SEME.BROKE. flurricane Dock in to a bhqueting Hall, and a de- worked himself at fifty years to the front, without
At 8 p,wm. on Thursday evening, the 14th ins., lig.tmd transformatioa ocene it appears to our trha- any of the arts of the demagogue, and with at least
a vohlintary meeting took place at the Mechanics' -el wo.n Logilahtors on their rctiun, as well &31 to the substantial part of that refinement of feeling
SHall in the town of Hamiluon, for to purpose of those pi-udent ones who would uot riak dwmago to and mauner which is associated with more privi-
Smaking .an effort to obtain tlhe aid of the V estry their coiplexions oF qpetiXes by a trip on shore. leged conditions..of bi'th and breeding. He was
of Pembroke Parish in establishing a Publi;' Scliool S`ea air with fine w other aad saoth water, hIas oan a visit to his own Alma Mater to take part in
for White children. thle credit of rakidng-6' hungry., but wheu this is it commencement exerciser when he was shot down
About 30 persons attended, and eleotod Samuel backed by a moat .._n-, ia;; v ji' Vpimtuous ropas, at the fiRist step of his journey. He was to be
A. Masters, Esquire, as their Chairman for th a ided with vAll i e ,venring. re:vytig else that could be desired, solved ..eyt recovering from a dangerous fever. His
After a few prolelminary remarks tho following under thl cooled of awnings and presided over by first thought when nearly collapsed by the shock
Resolutions were unanimously adopted, bearing di. a genial host supported by his attentive and pains- of the wound, was for her, and hie dictated an-mes-
rectly on the urgent need which inuced the taking SoD, can it be doubted that. each enjoyed sage as affectionate and comforting as the circum-
retin:- h ui himself to hia hearts content, and lustily joined in stances permitted, to tell her the bad news. He has
No. L.-Resolved : that a Public School for the wishing health and prosperity to Father and Son, insisted on her sparing herself, and during his ill-
Education of White children is urgently needed in and prosperity to the Reliance." nesS has been considerate of all about him. He in-
" the Parish of Pembroke, in order to secure the moral Our voyage is yet but half over, so we must not listed. on knowing his condition and its dangers,.
Sand practical benefits of Education to the children delay too long overithe reminiscence of lively re- and when told that he had one chance in, a hun-
as contemplated by the extensive and active aid parted and the sweet communing of intellects, cor dred, replied cheerily, ." well, then, we will take
e which the Legislature have lately placed within the regretted departure of some who had to return that chance." By. his experience daring the war,
reach of earnest effort., to St. Georges, and especially of one who although as well as his ownuolar judgment, he was informed
No. 2.-Resolved: that for every reason the lo. most anxious to visit North Rook was timid of the of the danger of ,his hurt, and it was idle to try.
cation of such a school should be as central as concnequences. and conceal it. It made no difference with him.
, possible, but it is not the opinion of this meeting Weighing Anchor about 3-80 p.m., we steamed Calmly and composedly he was prepared for death ;
that such locality should necessarily be within the out of Castle Harbour, soon passing in close proxy I calmly and.considerately he'helped the surgeons in
Town. imity a company of Grouper Fishers who hauled that fight for life, which at first desperate, is even
e No. 3.-Resolved : that the Pembroke Parish up one or two as we went by, but whose bless ings I now only hopeful. He has shown in this great
y Vestry are hereby earnestly entreated to take into fancy attended us for trespassing so nearly on crisis so much virility, so much courage, and so
t early oonsideration the noed explained in the fore. their preserves ; nothiffiag daunted however our much thoughtfulness for others, as to impress all
t going resolutions, with a view to suggesting the gallant little ship's head was pointed towards the with the heroism of the man, and to make the in-
d Lost practical plan by which such a Public School North East point of the breakers, and away we terest taken in his illness and recovery very tender
. shall be established in Pembroke as shall leave no flow delighting in the billows, leaving Mills' Break. as well as very anxious.
excuse for non-compliance with the existing law. or Buoy on our Starboard hand and disturbing nu- Guiteau, who shot the President, is a poor crea-
Other resolutions as to the thanks to the Pre- merousflocks of flying fishon our way to North Rock. tnro who cannot be spoken of with patience. He is
silent and Membbrs of the Rechanios' Institute On approaching "The Rock" we slwdowedd to give a lawyer who has led a vagabond's life, living in
and to the Chairman, who most happily and efi- each eager gazer a good look, and as the water was different cities, taking up different ideas and call-
cintly had occupied his position, followed, and the a little too rou to land and leave a card for Fan wings, and never respectable in any plhce or occupa-
en~tlug adjourned Fhn is. other Neptune, we had to be content with the sight fion. He was at one .time a sort of communist, at
__ o bisoomrs slans rsideceaa e stame upothers aspired to be a political orator, was always
-\~n TV~ A' APO AR a nd tured into the *Wesitern Channel, on our home- full of conceit and disposed to fancies which touch
e GRsAND STIVAL AND APRON FAIR AT w bcuud voyage, b tha border line of sanity. He has been an applicant
y ,ST. DAVID'S ISLAND. The sun now declining, the awnings were rolled for office, was vain and ambitiousenough to ask for
n-- up, and in the smooth water we mot the cool even- an embassy, but graduated his demands from that
r DEAn Ma. Ehmon,-I have not troubled you for ing breeze and enjoyed the luscious Icos which the down to a much humber place. He was not known
f some time with my foolish writings, owing to my thoughtfulness of our entertainer had also provide and his requests were not heeded. It was while
f time being so taken up with other business, but if ed ar a-finishing bone bou.hee: smarting under the disregard of what he thought
- you would kindly insert these few lines in your Safely arriving at Hamilton, after ten hours ab. his rights that he decided to assassinate the Presi.
next week's issne 1 think it would be interesting to sence, we all heartily greeted our Host and his ener. dent, both as a retribution for the neglect of his
your readers_. getic Son with grateflfeelinges for a delightfulday, applications, and also as he thought or asserted, as
On Monday evening last, the Public had quite a and wended our homeward ways, well satisfied with a means of advancing in power those who wouldbe
grand treat at St. David's Island, and which turned all the world, and especially with those who had more disposed to help him. He had been harboring
out to be quite a success. I only wish it had been been the means of so.much enjoyment, for weeks his intent to kill, and pursued his pur-
more generally known, and we could have got our .. -. pose with a method which.does not denote mad.
new steamer Reliace to have come down from ST GEOGES, JulyO 18t, 1881 nest. He was poor and without credit, had beao.
Hamilton with a load of passengers. I am quite 7' -guilty of dubious practices and habits, and in spite
e sure their expectations would have been fully re- To ite Editor Royda Gazette. of his self-sufficiency and conceit, was a person
? aUied, for those who have never seen St. David's During these pipiuig times of peace when news- known to a few and avoided by those who knew
e. eooid hardly imagine what a pretty part of the papers items are almost sure -to be welcome, I him. He tried to make it appear that he had some,
n country it is. I consider it is one of the prettiest thought it, might not be atniss-to notice the rowing political design, wilich was to consolidate the fee-
parts.of Bermuda: the land lyingin waves, in little match whioh took place"at St." Georges on Friday tiona into which the Republican party is now di.
- hills and valleys, for a long diatance to the south- afternoou last oatwBiahe six oared gigs '" Con- vided. But if he had any such idea, it was a
y ward. This testiva]. was held on one of those qu-ror" and /',. icli .," .id: a. .u. respe'tiely *by visionary and irresponsible one. Every one at fit
v pretty Hills, having a large number of markoee and vo--men -" -'. G"o"e' Gr-a.mar supposed he was mad, and with or without in n-
f tents for h'. purpose, and having a grand show ;c(chool and a ft. ; ...I r'.-. tion, he at times, gives color to the belief. It is


Of FL gsOf `.kt w NatioDS displayed at t~br smtodi il~uas
oz rngs 01 i, ;i. z,,atons aispiayc~ at e M ah interest w.-. -u'-,,Ci.::l, and a large um. ,coon, however, that there is method i his ldayiaf,
r several stands.' A fine Band of Music from fianil- U0 of visitors from, the ,thY, a.ide of the Causeway Ind the inadequacy of both the person and hli.ol-
e ton waa in attendance, which played somo delight- werl a Uo.g the spectators. ,,- leg'ed motive to the crime, become more and more
fulairs;.whic_ thes-romenaders seemed particularly Tlo rowing u o, oth Bide- L, i-.i. y commeB.i disgustingly apparent. The risk and peril are
t to enjoy, when thoy did not come in contact with ,ble cai-idering the short a,.t-ajc of ohe compete. too great a price for tho lesson-but whether Gar-
d the tent ropes, which were very numerous, quite to, and erm'nac in favor of Via "Conqueror, field live or die, it is clear that a reform in official
e like a spider's web; for, by the time you got over w,'h for the time bciagr, *as appropriately appointments muat bo adopted. Where offices to
e oneyou went down over another. The Steamor Brit. ne "" be filled a e numbered by thousands, and each office
1d mda was kindly loaned by the owner fo-this good A la-Ee number of friends of both crews were in. is sought by dozens, the labor and worry of the
- cause, and also for similar good causes the owner vited to partake of tartle ooup at Smith's island, Executive and the departments in attending to apl
always stands ready to assist, and I trumt our 60w .... -
Salwa stnds ready to assist, and I trut our new conclusion of the race, and from all aabcounrts pointments are -excessive, atid are also subject to
s Boa will be reaAy to follow in the same charitable ei-jvyed themselves famously. rregular influences. A new terror will attend sich
Strck* The rintan a commenced ru ng acroeSP TATOR duties if rejected-appliaatious are to be followed
from St. Georges at 4 o'clock, and did not cease to ous, a, AT b murder. While, therefore, the President strug-
u zrtAn till 11t o'clock, bringing over the Band on her r -. ILTs agding the bllof of a fanatic maddoned by
c lt trip-which, discoursed awet music while AT EAT ADSToRus throughout teb Wes- facicd wrongs, the people are calling for some
croug, which 'cause one to think he wa i tern State. Alt Cincinnati on the 12th. instant t.he ytam of appointment, which as to'the bulk of
the UniteS -tate. I under;ta:ul there wa r-ailod ibermomeier ia the shade ranged from 102 to 1040 sham,-hal-l coae baetwon' the Chief Executive and
78, widch, 1 b,iove, is to aid in payia g off a debt Sch heat was never b o kow i Ciacauai. eubdinte officials, and protect h'm from diroct
Soa the M... i.t}-.11, olhurch. it issaid nat taor w.e= Feipu -- r a hai. ccrired at Wine. co=woction wicth appli"afions or peraoual contact
1 1ll_/3% et-o r it; i a, d, a It.
_LL L E haro cu na. Minn., and neiglhborho-d, July 12. Hail wv'h applicant,-t a practice which ha3 always been
A G Jul 1"-" 111'0, vtouns aus large as hen's eggs fell, and whitened the undignified, and is now shown to be dangerous,
c. Georges, July 1, 1 ground as if covered with snow. Railroad tracks
S-- greatly damaged and the lose of stock, fences and It is understood that the communications be-
Sir H. T. B. Maxo, hasbeen appointed to succeed buildings greatly injure!. The rainfall actually tween England and Spain will probably result in
t Sir John Glover .as GOcvrornor of wfoundlaud. measured 5- iaches, a satisfactory commercial treaty.


'rom flan United States and IY ?,fpo.
The Mail Steamer Flamboro ugh, Captb*
Whitehurat, arrived at her wharf In thbi Town *
bouL 8 o'clock yesterday morni ag, having bh
ead winds the whole passage. S he left Ne9
"ork at the usual hour, on the after n con ol Thurm
ay last.
We are indebted to, Captain W white burst, Mr.
'urser Dupont, Chief Stewart Mor rin, Messre.N.
esey and Mr. Harry H. logham, p.esengeis, for
Miles of New York papers of the 14tb.
PRESIDENT GARF IELD,
The latest Telegram.-Midnight 18tbh,atites the
he President has been.. keeping quietly .most o
he evening and his fIa has considerably. de-
reased, his symptoms at at this hour are all favor-
ble.
Telegrams have been sent to the Governbras of
he several states suggesting a' day of thanks.
giving for the recovery of the President."
Mas. GARFIELD.-A Subscription List has bee*
opened in the United States to make provisio n foo
he wife and children of President Garfield should
he former become a widow and the children father.
ess: up to the 13th instant $142,905 were sub-
scribed. Mr. William G. Dashler, President of
he National Bank at Columbus, Ohio, has-offered
$5,000 as soon as the total amount reaches $245,0 F
which he felt sure it would in a day or two.
-r
In the House of Commons July 12, Mr. Stuart
Wortley (Conservative) member for Sheffield, pre-
sented a petition from that borough with 8,000 sig.
natures, expressing alarm at the injury likely to
ensue to Sheffield industries by unfair competition
with foreign countries under the present one.satad
system of free trade.
Mr. Alexander Asher, liberal, has been elected
member of Parliament for Elgin district without
opposition in the place of Right Hon. Grant Duff,.
late Under Colonial Secretary, who was recently
appointed Governor of Madras.
Mr. Gladstone declared in the House of Com-
mons on July 11, that Mr. Forster was not one
whit more responsible for the Goercion Act than
any other member of the Cabinet, and that Mr.
Forster deserves as much, and even more, credit
for whatever good there was In the Land bill than
any other member of the Cabinet.
In the House' of Commons today, Sir Charles
Dilke, Under Foreign Secretary, replying to a
question, said that Christoforidea Effendl, who pre.
sided at the recent trial of the alleged murderers of
Abdul Aziz, was formerly a secret employs of tet
TurkishIMinister of Police.
COERCION, BILL.
LONDON, July 13.-In Committee of the HoRoe
of Commons on the Land Bill, Mr. 6'Douaeil
Home Rule member or Dongarvan, dw4aim-
ed against the proposal to- depoputfite ti
already under-populated country, and pledged the
Irish members not only to obstructt he emigation
clause, but to make it ridiculous and iOcative if
passed. Mr. Richard Power, Home Rtie member
for Waterford City, o.td the Irish members woid
use every form t the'House to"prevent Its ntro-
duction int6 the. bill. Mr. Parnel and other meom*'
bers appealed to'the Governmaent to withaaw the
clause. Sir Stafford Northdate said be hoped-the
Government would not give up the clause, whihob
he regarded as a valuable portion of the bill
To-day's session of the House of Commona wap
consumed in discussing in committee elause 20"
of the Land Bill. Very little progress waa
made. Mr. Forster's amendment to strike out the
provision regarding emigration to Canada aid'
other British colonies was under disousalon wheq
the House adjourned. .
The end of July is now montfaned as 'he tht
the Land bill will reach the Houseof Lord.sMid *
even that can only be.accomlilished by. the aba.,
donment of the emigration: pro0viiona-4an aban.
ilonment which, it is believed,- the Government
low contemplates, but will not announe Until
ihe strength of the opposition to them In the Honw
of Commons has been fully daeMnemstrated, because ofet-
their promises to the Conservatives that thev
should be, adhered to. The end of August 1wll
probably find Prliament still sitting. It f qndsr-
stood that ithe Government intend to iacrese-'tte
Land Commission to five members. I .
Edmund O'Brien and John Hyde, member of
the Middleton (County Cork) Board,of Poor Law
Guardians, have been arrested at Youghall under
the Coercion act.
At the Kerry Assizes to-day, Judge.bamfso
referred to the enormous increase of -awlelaness
in the county, and to the many cases on the dqkmt
for trial, some of which are for serioase offences,
such as ear-splitting, shooting, a bailiff, andeatttl
m'aining. Hie said the reign of law has prae.
tically been suanperseded by some different authority,
Despite the Judge's remarks the jury acquitted
some men who where charged with a flagrant casa
of intimidation.
LONDON, July 14.-The Standard", eaya it isa
now contemplated to hold Saturday alitings of
Parliament, with the object of facilitating public
business.
The Timea says it ie not Improbable that the
Government will ask (be House.'o^CoGmmnon0 (
consent to sit on Saturdays until'the Land hill ia
sent to the House of Lords. Te;,imeB asserts
that the published statements ia regard to the
composition of the Land Bill Coauis-ion*^(an.,
founded, as the arrangements therefqr4 are at pre-
sent incomplete.
The Dally News says It understands that Lord
Salisbury has issuedta circular to the 4onsertitivT.
peers, inviting them t9 remain ia London, or at
such distance from London as may make their at.
tendance in the House of Lords when the Lad
Bill reaches there, conveniently practical. The
same journal says the delay caused by the discus-
sion of the emigration clause is placing the bill in
a critical position. r
The London correspondent of als anburgli
paper says: *. It is now eald fo be by no means cer-
tain that Mr. Parnell will vidt the United Statee ia
the Autumn. Mr. T. P. O'Connor has made all the
necessary arrangements for a lecfuring (oatr -lp
America."


Orange demonstrations tor celebrating the an0t
versary of the battle of the Boyne took placei.a
various parts of Ireland to-day. At on demon..
station near Newry a resolution was psed dew,
hearing a firm determination to resist all attempt -
to destroy the unity of the British Empire, rtmng-
a demonstration at Belfast a Catholic mob b
a Presbyterian mission hall. At a larI mn tft
near Armagh resolutions were paoaed f. ft
fair Land bill. Viscount Sandon, .Qq
member of Pariament for 16t i, pqo P 1W a
10,000 Orangemen at Ortakirk, a ,
of the wave of lawlesisneea whih has Ipe ovt e
bthe world, and bf the attempt upo Preeldett Qat.
field's life. He condemned the Govmnent for
leaving the loyal people of Ireland to beooame
prey to a league connected with revolutlonlate of
all countries. During a demonstration at Oonsett,
County Durham, yesterday, a fight- oocrted ibe.
tween Orangemen and Catholics, in wbheh hotjt
were fired and two men were wounded. A partly
of Orangemen, returning from Newcastleyesterdy
were attacked by Cathollos, when shots were 'exj
changed and several men and women were injured.
one of the latter severely.
SEarl Cowper, Lord Lieutenant, hba rd iedr (c
' Ireland.


BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


For the Royat Gazette.
*THE TRANSFER OF THE PATRONAGE.
^ ~- .
The Crown wills, no longer to take the trouble to
appoint Ministers for the Established Church in
tias Colony, and presents to the Legislature the
duty of deliberating on the proper Successor to th(
Patronage.
The people of any vacant living, voting on the
saoie, qualifications as for other purposes of the
Ghiaob, undoubtedly ought to be the successors.
Sach may be too radical a change to be generally
acceptable, however, and the next plan might be,
to double the lay representatives in the Synod-
Eliminate the power of voting by orders, at the
time of'electing a clergyman, aid annul the Bishop's
,to gibt, if, after he has presented his objections
toeaiy election within a reasonable and specified
time, the'majority of the Synod (consisting of
double tha present array of lay members, and the
clergy, as at present, all voting together) shall see
S1, to confittn such election-or else it might be
found best to leave the Constitution of the Synod
intaet-with the exceptions, that the clergy shall
e wholly excluded from any participation in any
election cga clergyman, and that the Bishop's vetc
power s be annulled, if, after his objections 'to
any election have been made within a reasonableP
and specified timp, a majority of the lay members
confirm their previous action and choice.
Silence on the part of the Bishop, to result in the
absolute power to appoint, resting securely in the
.trust of the lay members of the Synod in each case.
The above are three ways of taking care of the
people: all may be open to grave objections.
The above suggestions are not meant to be hard
on the clergy, but to secure the religious freedom
of the Ocuntry.
No good to cry, peace, when there is difference.
It is well known that there are two distinct parties
I tIKe Church of England-one party claims won-
derful powers-*the other party prays for Grace-
one party ts Anglican" or Ritualistic-the other
party is Protestant or "Evangelical."
Suppose the Bishop and all of the Clergy were to
hold tenaciously to "Evangelical" doctrines, and
armed with veto, and power to vote by orders, re-
spectively, were to oppose to a man," the people
of any vacant living, and the whole array of lay
members of the Synod--woull there not be an
oppression P-an-'old time oppression-a case where
civil liberty is fettered by clerical intoleranceo-and
shall the House of the representatives of the people,
allow such a misfortune to occur, while prudence
and deliberation can and will avert the evil, if apl.
lied to the subject matter, is the question of this
It sometimes happens that. the representatives
who do not belong to the'Established Church, from
feelings of delicacy, -hold aloof at times like this.
They must, it is to be hoped however, in this present
case wisely act in behalf of civil and religious free.
doom, as one great harmony, and do their best to
prevent any of their fellow Countrymen from being
fettered by.a Conclave, or governed by a Hierarchy.
It muaot- ot be forgotten, that any transfer of
.-power to the Synod, virtually establishes that body '
as a legitimized institution, even after Congrega-
tioiis are disestablished and deprived of their pre-
aent legal participation in power;which legal par- .
tial4ation really constitutes the asiQ n Cn c*.
ISLANDER.

H. M1. S. PINAFORE.
ta. WArn WA&R cx, His PnorEsaioAr AN AxM A
Tu1vER TnoUPS IN ST. GEOROE'S
The above Troupe has given two more evening
of "Pinafore" since our last notice. On both occa
alons had bumper houses and gave very general sa-
isfaction.
It is to be hoped that Mr. Wallack and his very
Spopular Troupe, will be enabled to make arrange-
ments to give tho Hamilbnions an evening or two
of 'his very popular Opera.

Captain John Moresby, R. N., has, says The 4r-.
/,4and ay Gazette, of -the 2nd inst., been appoint.
d a Naval Assesaer to the Board of Trade.
Party of Excersionists, upwards of 100 in num-
ber, had'a ost delightful cruise quite round the
Beinnudas on Thursday last in the beautiful steam.
er "Reliance." The;weather was fine and the sea
anooth.
For the Royal Gazette.
Ma. EMrTE.-The Comet looked splended on
Sunday night last at eleven o'clock. It has ascend-
ed somewhat since I last saw it-some three or
four nights before. It is now in a direct line be.
twveen te pointers and the north star and distant
fmlwthe latter about one.third.
Yours, J.
Lefroy charged with the murder of Mr. Gold on
the.Brighton Railway, England, has been arrested;
Water Melons from Georgia, were on sale at
Fulton Market, New York as early as the 29th
June, in slices, of five cents per slice.
To COBESPoInNTS. -" From an occasional oora
tespondent!" "A'young man at the time," and"A."
-in our next.

BIRTH, at Gartmore, in this town, on the 13th
innt;, the W'SS of Robert Gregory Drake, Esq.,
Ordinance Department, of a SoN.
MARRIED, at Halifax, N. 8., on the 7th inst.;
by the Revd. G"W. Hill, D.C.L., uncle of the bride,
OoMMNADE F mBDEBIOK Roe BoA nxD, R. N., to
Sorrm Aiatwi, daughter of the late James U.,
CogsweUll, Barrister.
D)IED, in Brooklyn, N. Y., on 10th instant MRs.
NATuan.L J. DAKnEIL, aged 74 years.
..,.., at Ireland Island, on Saturday 9th July
after a long and painful illness, AMEITA BuLEASALa,
thp wife of James Bleasdale, sailmaker; aged 38
years; deeply lamented by all who knew her.


ZtUtott chf oot,


THE TRUSTEES are desirous of receiving
applications from suitable persons willing
to apt, under the Board of Education, as
TEACHER in the above School.
It i reueaneted that aMlications be forwarded


IOR SALE
Valuable Real Estate,
In Paget Parish.
I AM 3:-3T:"U CT"D TO SELL,
By Public Auction,
ON THE PREMISES,


TUESDAY, 19th Intant,
At 11 o'clock, a. nm
A LL THAT PARCEL OF LAND in Paget
Parish containing 3J acres or therea-
bouts, bounded on the North by the Middle
Longitudinal Road, on the South by land of
the heirs or devisees of Thomas Edward Smith,
deceased, on the East by a Public Road or
Path, separating the said parcel of land from
the Glebe land, and on the West by land in
the occupation of J. Esten Butterfield, with the
SDwelling House
I a thereon. The land is subject to a
right of way near the West.ern boun-
dary, The conditions of Sale will be made
known at the Auction.
Further particulars may be obtained from
REGINALD GRAY, Esquire, Hamilton.
W. J. HENEY,
u Awoetir.
19th July, 1881.


Auction


Sale of Real


Estate.
I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO SELL
At Public iluction,
On the Premiaes, at 12 o'clock,


TUESDAY, 19th Instant
All that certain Store House, with
the lot of Land whereon it is built,
!j situate and being at the Fla to Vil-
lage in Hamilton Parish in these
Islands, bounded Southerly by the High Road
leading through the Platts' Village ; Aortherly
by the Waters of tha Platts Harbour, Iesterly
by land of Benj, Paynter, and Easterly by
land of the lHeirs or DevisOeo of Augtatis
Peniston, deceased.
THOS. J. WADSON,
Anotioneer.
Hatmilton, 19th July, 1881.
TOE SOAL ,
BY AUCTION,
By Order. of the Mortgagee,
By eSr. M Meney,
AUCTIONEER,
ON THE PREMISES, I
TO-MORROW,
WEDNESDAY, 20th July Instant
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, Eat 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.
WITH THE
Dwelling House,
OUTHOUSES and APPURTENANCES.
Terms and Conditions of Sale made known
at the Auction.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
For the Mortgagee.
Tra.LiLuJ,, A TL, IUV, ^iRao


BY PUBLId


UNDE'Ji


THE


A-UCTIoN7'
BIG SilEI).


At 12 o'clock, M.,
On Thursday next,
The 21st Instant,
30 BALES Best Upland HAY
20 Bls. Family FLOUR
20 Bls. Corn MEAL
10 B1s. Pilot BREAD
20 Bags BRAN 6 1is. Kerosene OIL
500 Lbs. Jamaica Green GINGER
25 Tubs and Kegs New York B UTTER
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
10 Half Bls. HERRINGS and MACKEREL
10 Half Chests Oolong TEA
50 Boxes Havana CIGARS
Boxes SOAP, CANDLES, STARCH -and
BISCUITS
4 Oases (3 dozen each, paits) assorted Pickles
Forko, SpAdes, Hoes, A.,.s, Cast.r Oil, &c.
25 Shoulders of BACON
50 Boxes HERRINGS
10 Bo1z .:A:-:IN,.
1 Bermuda
I Mlch- CO W,
A, -,
In calf, now givo, about 6 quarts milk per day.
2 English COW.S, in calf
ALSO,
Sundry Photographic MATERIAL
0AMEROES BATHS
Printing FRAMES Picture FRAMES
One 8 x 10 ROLLER
One Carto do Visite ROLLER, &e.
And a great many other Goods too numer-
ous to mention.
B. W. V7.1LKER, -uc CO.,
Auctioneers.


namilton, July is, iss1.


Notice.,

ovallhWlLeE SLIP coo


New York Jfi'ail Steamer.

The Steamer
Flamborough,"
Captain WIlTEHlURST,
Will leave Hamilton at 1 p.m.,

THURSDAY,


21st July, 1881.
To leave New York on 28th July for Return.
Freight, Parcels and Specie on Freight, willbe
received until 6 p.m. 20th July.
Passenger Stage will he removed at 30 min-
utes past noon on 21st July.
TROTT 0CO.,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 19th .uly, 1881.-1
Colonist once.


Pembroke Gram-
mar School
I Qd fTC SPORT TS.


Notice to Boatmen.

SH3A.E7 O TrIbaMaS SO.A&T

TENDERS will be received by the
' RECEIVER GENERAL, at his Office, until
TUESDAY,
at Noon,


The '9tih August 'neXt,,
From Persons desirous of Contracting .to. sp-

Suitable Boats


Properly manned'and equipped, for the use ofl:
the HEALTH OFrIOER at Hamfilton, for three
years, to coimnmence on the first of September
next. '
Gocurity in the asum of 25 will be required
for the due performance of the Contract.
Forms of Tender may be seen on. applica
tion to the Undersigned.
JAMES TUCKER.
Receiver General's Office,
July 7th, 1881. 3p.
12th, 19th, 26th July; 2nd and 9th August.


The Boys ofthe above named School BERM UD A


will hold their first DINGY REGATTA B UL. R OU I W SI-a-# ,

mum A THETl JUSTICES OF THE PE ACE,
S HIHS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that -Haa
July 29th, in the Harbour of Hamilton. 11 MAJESTY'S NEXT GENERA ,q CUl't
-FIRST RAc (Entrance Fee 5/) forFirst Class OF QUARTER SESSIONS of'the PE'AC.E
Dingies, to be sailed by Amateur Crows, and for these Islands, will be holden
steered by a present member of the School.
-SOOND RACE (Entrance Fee 6/), for Secoud o r swl f lS.StlT -
SClass Dingies subject to same restrictions as v vw 2,yh t,,e -i
above. The 28th istant .
STamD RACE (Entrance Fee 10/), open to all T THE COURT .01u^ .aml .ton,
comers (Dingies) without any restrictions anAd A AT.TH EC oR k ntforE?- 'n
to be sailed for the Entrance fees only. At 1.'lock in .fa^on. :
Entries to be made in writing to J. H. Jurors, Parish Officers, Witnesses, and othWra
TRIMINGHAM, J., not later than noon of concerned are required to take noti ana
MONDAY, the 25th instant. accordingly
Hamilton, July 18, 1881., J. H


THE SH AREHyOLDERS
OF THE -I
ST. GiEORIGE'S MARINE SLIP AnniversarS
COMPANy, A
Are requested to meet at the Office of the i FEMALE CARITAB.
Company, St. George's, TIE EMALE CHARITABLE
UNION SOCIETY
ON R A TTTT Ay IrteU4 Celebrating their Twenty-seoond An-


The 23rd instant, at 12 o'clock, noon,
For the purpose of Electing OFFICERS for
the ensuing year, and transacting any other
business that may come before the meeting.
By Order of the Board of Directors,
(G. TUDOR BOURNE,
secretary.
St. George's, Bermuda, July 11, 1881.-2 3p

To be Sold, by Auction,
ON TBHE P I",SES,


The 26th July, 1881, at 12 o'clock, noon,
/ DwelhingHouse
AND
LOr OF Lv.lsVD
At th'e South Eagst Corner of OHrunio STREET
and BUENABY STREET, in the Town of Hamil-
ton, immediately opposite the Bishop's Lodge.
For permission to view Apply to AIR.
JOHN ROGAN.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Juno 28, 1881.-5

47 ,7 -o) A3,


mau.on 1u... UJy, 1 0n

For Sale, A House, and
6 ACRES OF LAND, in War-
WHALE B wick Parish.
S e n te s rpart The House is a new one, and contains ten
Situated in the Westqrn part of Southampton rooms, with a Kitchen attached. There is al-
Parish. so a new stone Stable and Carriage House on
; "gHIS well known FARIM, one of the largest the premises. More than half the Landis good
in these Islands, contains 60 acres or there- planting land, and seaweed can be procured in
about, a large part of which is arable, and the neighbourhood without difficulty.
stretches from the Sea on the South Side to the For further particulars apply to
Sound on the North Side. On the South Shore REGINALD GRAY,
there are several Bays suitable for the gathering a
of Seaweed, a most desirable fertilizer, and Hamilton.
towards the Sound Shore there is a Pond from a
which can be taken large quantities of mud,
which is also considered a desirable fertilizer. i
The Buildings are a I

Dwelling House, L F* srSle.
g H o sor, SELVAGyE, an excellent Harness Horse
A la two story AR, OUTHOUSESand JESSIE, bay mare, quiet to ride d drive.
'[TA'A 8, besides a fine Well of Drinking y-
Water, and a brick KILN, with both hard and ALSO
soft stone quarries near at hand.
Price moderate.
Persous desirous of visiting this Farm may do A M ilch Cow
so at any time, and can learn any further parti- Just calved.
culars by applying to MR. G. O. WHITNEY, at Mount gton
or the Undersigned. Inquire of Coachman at Mount Langton.
THOS. J. WJ1DSON. July 19, 188L1
Hamilton, July 16, 188J. : W _. W P '7


For Sale,


atAP4%#I1y. date to te EV. 3A RK JAM0S, A NEW COTTAGE
Pembroke Parish.
aU6I ltth 1881. And a Lot of Land,
'. ,,-,IntheTowaofHamilton.
G eGradt Curiosity / The Lot boun4iSouth on the Seventh Longl-
Stodinal Street, and -orth on Union Street.
W z U The Cottage was built only. two years ago,
and is very strong and substantial, and Is in ex-
Two bodies, four legs with feet, four wings, eellent order, having been recently painted and
two tails. whitewashed.
The above may be seon by paying ONE Immediate possession can be given.
SHILLING on application o For further particulars, apply to
W. W. FRANCIS, $IGINALD QBAY,
East Warwick. fiamilton.
nWly 19, k181.-3 .3p. tf.


Bermuda Potatoes
Highest cash price paid.
Apply this week.
W. T. JA4VMES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, July 18, 1881.-l1 pd

Notice.
A LL Persons are hereby Cautioned against
A Crediting my Wife, LUTETIA ANN
IlURPST, a woman of color, in my name, as I
will not be responsible for any Debts she may
contract.
JOB HURST.
Hamilton, July 18, 1881.-1 pd


anniversary
ON TUESDAY,
The 2nd day of August, in Somerset.
the Members are requested to meet at Mrs.
Elsey Tucker's, near Long Bay, at 9'30 a.m.,
punctually; thence to proceed in order o St.
James's Church, where Divine Service will be
Performed and a Sermon preached by the Rev.
BBRUCE McKAY, Rector.
There will be a Collection during Service.
The new Steamer RELIANCE, will convey
Members to Somerset from Hamilton Wharf,
calling at Salt Kettle, Paget, returning the
. same way in the evening at 1/ each the -round
trip.
By Order of Committee,
JOHN C. SIMONS,
General Secretary.

PROMENADE CONCERT.
There will be a PROMENADE CONCERT in
the Evening of the 2nd instant, at the ODD-
FELLOWS' HALL, Somerset.
Proceeds in aid of the Female Charitable
Union Society.
Doors open at 8 p.m. Admission 6d.
Mozart's Favorite Band will be in attend-
ance.
RE1AECCA SWAN,
SARAH BURTT,
Managers.
JOHN C. SIMONS,
Geii. Secretary, F.O. S.
July 19, 1831.-,-3

Notice.

'THE HOUSE AND 13


acres of Land in Warwick Parish,
Which were advertised to be sold by Auction
on Friday last, having been bought in by the
vendors,
ARE NOW AGAIN OFFERED
FOR SALE..


tlamilton, July i


S Cl' of the Pease. ww.


laJt, 18I.

Notice.


AT a Special Meeting of tho ROYAL BERIBi-
DA YACHT CLUB held on the 15th inst..
and at which there was an unuuadlly large at-
tendance of Members, the following Red4oIu-
tion was unanimously carried, "ad ordero4 to.
be published in the Royal Gazette." ..
That in consequence of a ntiae w1~ar.-.
peared in the Royal Gazette" of JuMa Q7X
the undermentioned Pilots,
F. C. SIMMONS,
A. T. SIMMONS,
B. C. SIMMONS,
E. W. SIMMONS,
bo suspended from sailing in any rao.a;
under the auspices of tho It. B. Y. Olub'lor A
period of FIFTEEN MONTHS from thin dto,'
and that any Yacht'having on board either of"
these men be disqualified from winning ',
race.


REGIN ALD G1U.Y,
Secraryz


July 19, 1881.


NOTICE.


The Undersigned offers .for Sal,'
2 BOX OA RTS,
Without wheels, D T
I Cart HARNESS I Buggy.DITTOs ;.
I new double-horse hillside PLOUGftr w'ith'
draught rod,
I good Substantial BIUGGY
AND,
.Good Sorr el


Warranted to be a splendid worker an&- to give
satisfaction. ;,
All will be sold on easy terms to approved
purchaser,


July 19,


Apply at once to
ALONZO PENISTON.-
S Flattg.
1881.


Received ex "Flarbo-
.rpugh" .
At the Royal Gazette J3tatioeiry Store, '
I A further Supply of the I -
Revised Version of t
A71 -


If not disposed of within ten days from this .t .L o tJOi ."..."
date, the property will be decided and sold in And,
lots. Late Editions of0 th
REGINALD GRAY. S La i bt rary. *
For the Mortgagees. \ t e Library .
19th July, 1881.-1 Hamilton, July 19, 1881.
LIST' OF UNCLAIMED. LETTERS IN:.T
W a n POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 16th July, 1881.
A Steady l J S Amoral, Aleck Andersov, G B-Aikia, Muia
A teay Ella Butterfield, Jabez Biscomb, Joseph Bean, Go*
SA A Butterfield, H R Bean, Edgar J Burgesa, Maria,
Y O t. G M 21 N 41Dowell, Margt Bean, J SDeRBettencoart, Dudley
I C Mox, Mias B Coal, Sophia Cox, Edwd D Cas, 'Ja
To do general work. Liberal wages given. J Cree, Kate Darrell,'Albett Darrell, George Darrel,
Apply at once to F Deshield, Richard Dill, C F Darrell, Esther BE -
Frcnci, Thomas E Frith, W Goddar<4 Capt'J F
JOHJV B.RRITT, Grant, Sarah Harvey, G fHackwell, K S Hql~bty,
Manufacturer of Aerated Waters East James Hewit,. J D lughes, Charles Harrida,'An
Broadway and Victoria s H. lHayward, Augustus Jones, Brown Jtyu@, 4 a0tV
Broadway and Victoria St. 8 Knight, James Lightbourao, Q La4, L-ia,.
Hamilton, July 18, 1881. Mrs Ann Motir, 0 aI MQlti-, hQoOlse u X
Robertson, WT Robi4son C Ro&e9doa ?ae
10 1' 5) <1 g^ Robinson, B P Richardson, Jobs-Iiu*laU114 a"'"
W SS Reid, Mrile Swan, i D SmIth, T m. ,
""c lg tw -- Peter J Smith, J L Smith, S Smith, Alice Tuc.r
A atarge twO-soryu Thomas Tucker, Henry Thomas Tucker, Blizcbet
G IM Tucker, J B Tucker, Martha Tucker, Fra*tee
STcker, L Warren, Major Wilkinson, Ellen
w G ^ Whatson, George Woodman, Mies Williams, John
i .. ,^ h .f..... .. Wil p


obtuau Lu ut on ulicorner oU Inurc an U ourt
Streets Hamilton, 12 rooms with
Verandah on both streets.
For particulars apply to
ARCH. WIyGOOD.
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.-3p tf


UNCLAIMED LEIrTERS IN THE POS1r M*
FICE' T. GEORGES, July 18, 1881. *
William Athill, James Clark, J Carlton, B aRq4
"leca," Brig "Lucy." Joaeph.T Lightbour JtQw-
Lamb (St Davida Island), Brig Samiuel ba "
Win. Tucker (St. David's).


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


DEVONSHIRE PARISH,
D. M'PnHEIEEs.,Bermuda, 12th June 1881.
Queen's Printer, &c., &c.,
Hamilton.
SIR.-Will you please be so kind as to insert the
enclosed extract from the Forester's Directory for
1881, in your valuable paper the Royal Gazette.
I remain, your obedient servant,
T. J. POWELL,
Secretary Court, 5652, '
Hamilton.
From The Directory, for 1881.
From the Directory of the Order for-1881, issued
with this Report, we extract the following statistics
for the information of Courts and Districts. On
the 81st of December, 1880, the Order comprised
298 Districts, 4,585 Courts, 555,062 Benefit, and
12,909 Honorary Members, being an increase in the
year of 8 Districts, 71 Courts, 13,553 Benefit, and
378 Honorary Members, The increase of Benefit
Members is 3,220 in excess of the increase in 1879
being an indication, we hope, of the revival of trade
in the Country.
The aggregate worth of Court Funds on Decem-
ber 31st, 1880, was 2,608,228, and of District
Funds, 325,343; being an increase of 130,673
Court, and 11,315 District Funds. During the
year there were 42,754 new Members admitted in
Great Britain and Ireland, or 2,219 more than in the
year 1879. The deaths of Members were 5,543, and
of Members wives and widows 3,563. The aggregate
sickness experienced in the year 1880 in Great
Britian and Ireland was 4,712,458 days, or an av-
erage of 9-29 days per Member, being less than the
average for the previous year The Juvenile So-
cieties at the end of 1880 comprised 45,753 Members
with 44,267 of Funds. There were 8,839 persons
who joined these Societies in the year, and in the
same period 3,180 were transferred to various
Courts as Members of the Order. During the year
we find that 1,096 Clearances were excepted by
Courts of the Order, and in the same period 569
Licenses wore granted to travelling Members.

PROF. VENNOR ON JULY.
A MONTH OP STORMS AND HURRICANES PRE-
DICTED.
-SIa,-The month of June, now drawing to a close,
has been very generally admitted to have been, as re-
gards the weather experienced, pretty much as fore,
casted. In most sections this has been cool, showery
and backward, while on two occasions in many parts
both in Canada and the United States frosts have
done considerable damage. The ending of the mouth
is likewise as predicted, viz.: "heat and storms."
This brings us to revise the "probs." for July-
" the stormy month of July. 1881"-to which I have
already directed the attention of the farming com-
munity in numerous letters through many of our
leading newspapers.
"A MONTH 0oP HEAT AND STORMS."
July, though probably entering cool and showery
in most sections, will rapidly merge -into sultriness
and excessive heat shortly after the 4th or fifth of
the month. From the 5th to the 10th, excessive
beat will continue, ,with frequent and severe storms
of wind, hail and thunder, during which casualties
from lightning are much to be feared. Between the
10th and 15th of the month similar atmospheric con-
ditions are likely to continue with thunder and light-
ning storms of almost daily occurrence and hurri-
eanes of heated winds. Approaching the 20th, heavy
showers, often accompanied by hail, will occur more
frequently, with .very sultry and muggy intervals. In
the neighborhood of the 21st and 22nd days, torrents
of rain will likely fall in Western Ontario and
throughout a large portion of the United States,
while in the Western and South-western States in
particular, cyclones, hurricanes, and most destruc-
tive hail storms are likely to cause widespread havoc
and loss of life and property. Unsettled and stormy
weather, with ifitervafs of great heat will occur up
to the 25th of the month, after which a decided and
cooler change may take place, with cool to cold
nights about the 27th and 28th. Hot weather, how-
ever, will again set in toward the last day of the
month, or entry of August. A special prediction
tor the United S;ates will appear in Stoddart's
Review," Philadelhia, for July.
HENRa G. VENNOB,
Montreal, 23rd June, 1881.


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A fue, lheuma-
Em As tisrn, Dropsy,
SHear t Disease,
B3iliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
The Best RMEDY ENOWI to Man!
V9,OOO,OOO Bottles
SOLD SICE 1870.
Tis M.Syrup possesses Varied Properties. '
It Stimulates the Ptyalino in the Saliva,
which converts the Starch and Sugar of the
food Into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyallne
causes Wind and Souring of the rood In the
stomach. If the medicine It taken lmqmedl-
ately after eating the fermentatigon or food
Is prevented.
It acts upon the Ulver.
It aets upon the Kidneys.
It Regulates thA Bowels.
I!t Purfies the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion.
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates.
It carries offthe Old Blood and makes new.
It opens the pores of the skin and Induces
healthy Perspiration.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison ia the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. 0
There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
it can be taken by the mdst delicate babe, or by the
aged and feeble, care only beinq required in attention ta
CATARRAtJ CURED.
DEAR SIR,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYVRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could
get no relief, until I commenced using the BLOOD
SYRUP. I was about to give it up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
circulation and acting on the diseased matter in my
stomach, caused by the droppings of the catarrah.
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
the medicine. 1 have been entirely cured by your
tinvaluable remedy.
Respectfully yours,
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
SNo. 319 WVest 10th st., New York City.

RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
SIR,-I give my testimony with ple'isure to the
beneficial results of your BLOOD PURIFIER; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
matism in my right knee, joint swollen twice the
.size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
size made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges-
tion has improved so that I can eat anything within
reach.
P. F.1 MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., Now York City

SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
DxAR SIR,- Your justly celbratod INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick
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LAUNCB O FTHIE CITY o Rouz."-Oa the 14th Headacne and uyspepsia, o tu 1 years s' .uiug.
June, the ily of Roae, the largest steamship in the It also cured my child of Scarlet Fever, and my
world, with the exception of the Great Eostern, was wife of Female complaints.
launched from the yard of the Barrow Shipbuild. I GEORCE H. REYNDOLS
Ing Company, Barrow-in-Furness. She is builtI --
for the Inman Line, and intended for service be- Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl.
tween Liverpool and New York. Her dimensions man Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cured of
are :-Length, 586 feet; breath, 52 feet 3 inches, Dyspepsia and Indigestion of many years' standing.
depth of hold, 87 feet; with a tonnage of 8,826 Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
tons; her horse power indicated is 10,000. The Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
vessel is to be rigged with four masts. A point by physicians without beneficial effect.
calling for special attention is the large number of i -*--
separate compartments, formed by water-tight CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
bulkbeadn, each extending to the main deck. Her
shell plating is arranged on the principle that has No. 99 WaT HOUSTONST.,CITY.
been applied with great success to all the large Sim,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
Trans.Atlantic steamers which have been built at me entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
Barrow.ln-Fdrness; the inside plates form a eom- every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it
plete skin. To propel the ship at the high speed of is the best medicine that any person can take for
18 knots an hour the builders have adhered to the sick headache.
single-screw arrangement, and adopted a propellor ALICE REED
24 feet in diameter. Steam is supplied by eight -
cylindrical tubular boilers, fired from both ends. DYSPEPSIA.
The engines are intended to work constantly at- used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
8,000 Indicated horse power, although they will be DEAP for used yor iNI BLOOd SY-
capable of developing 10,008 h. p. indicated. The lIP for Dyspepsia (rroin which I suffered for'five
estimated weight of this great steamer, complete years,) with the happiest results.
and ready for sea, Is 8,000 tons ; her displacement A few doses placed my stomach in a condition to
at 26 feet mean draft is 13,500 tons; and the cubial digest oaod-theieby relieving me of those distress-
ontents of the hold give measurement capacity as ng pains experienced by dyseptics after eating-
7,720 tontents of the hold gve measurement capacity ass and although it at first cause occasional dizziness
this quickly disappeared on my continuing its use.
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great-
Speaking of the retaliatory agitation in England, ly benefited.
Mr. Jennings, the well informed correspondent of Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
the New York World, cables the following to that,No. 3 West 32nd st., Nw York City.
journal: "In the manufacturing districts the feeling! No. 333 West 32nd st., NewYork City.
in favor of retaliatory duties is making astonishing N Y
progress, and the movement has at length reached NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 1880
Lbndon. A crowded meeting of artizans was held C. Johnson, M.D., I
on Saturday to protest against foreign countries
and the action of their tariffS, and the speakers, of DBAR SIR,-I take pleasure in recommending
course, demanded countervailing duties. Letters your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
were received from the Marquis of Salisbury, Mr. remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffir-
MeArthur, M.P., the Lord Mayor of London; Mr. er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
Edwd Clark, M.P., who will be Attorney-General acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks
in the next Tory Government, and other prominent i death would almost be a relief to her. She was
men, sympathizing, if not with retaliation, at least prescribed for by several doctors without effect.
with the protest against foreign duties. The Econ- Nothing gave he' relief until she obtained a bottle
omist rells the American people they ought to asu- of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects
pond theirrefforts to redhee their national debt and were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It
abolish ex-esei* import douies, which restrict their is a medicine that no household should be without.
foreign 0bmnera ce- Other journals regretfully ad- P. YOUNG.
mit that the.,attlq.of iree trade has to be fought Houseen-S. Ciy
over again.in England. and all concede that the re- No 26 est ousteenSt. Cit
taliarion movement i.s-destined to become a power. UD, June 28h,1880.
ful lajtor In British politics, if not to be the leading BeRMUD, June 28id880*
question of the day before very long. It is more DEAR Sta,-This is to certify that I have found
than likely that the Government will be compelled more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
to increase the duty on French wines. The present any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
duty works unjustly against English distillers, and and Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
the imposition of a heavier duty would be both re. it to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
taliation against the foreigner and fair play to a 1LOOD SYRUP.
home industry that has suffered grievously for some SAML. G. ADAMS.
years past. ---
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
The ai'bllo Debt of the United States was re-
duoed twelve millions of dollars during the last JOHN A. FOX,
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SbusE,


PERSONS DESIROUS OF
SHIPPING


To the Consignment of
U301 5.L0T & 00.1
NEW YORK,
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
February 22, 1881.-tf

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; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURa and WHOLE-
SOME 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 TIHURBER'S
BRANDS.
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
NEW YORK.
LONDON. BORDEAUX.
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocers,
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6m


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EGYPT,
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GREECE.


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ITALY,
FRANCE,
ENGLAND,
THE QUEEN,


DENMARE,
HOLLAND,
HELVETIA,
ERIN.


PROPOSED SAILINGS,
(Subject to Change.)

LIVl1POO I, IINE.


From Liverpool.
Egypt, Wed. June
Erin, "
Helvetia, July
Spain, "
Italy, "
England, "
Egypt, a Aug.
Erin, "
-elvetia, "
Spain, -'
Italy, "
England, Sept.
Egypt, "


LONDON
From London.
*France, Wed. June 22


Canada, "
Holland, "
*Denmark,"
The Queen,"
Greece, "
*France, "
Canada,
Holland, "
*Denmark "
The Queen. "


29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 3
10
17
24
31


To Liverpool.
22 Sat. July 9, 3 p.m.
29 16, 9 a.m.
6 23, 3 p.m.
13 30, 7-30 a.m.
20 "Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
27 13, 7-30 a.m.
3 20, 2 p.m.
10 27, 6-80 a.m.
17 "Sept. 3, 12-30 pm.
24 10, 6-30 a.m.
3-1 17, 12-30 p.m.
7 24, 5-30 a.m.
14 "Oct. 1, 11 a.m.


LINE.
To London.
Wed. July 13, 3-30 p.m
' 20, 12-30 p.m.
" 27, "5-30 a.m.
" Aug. 3, 1030 a.m.
" 10, 5 a.m.
17, 11 a.m.
24, 5 a.m.
31, 9-30 a.m.
Sept. 7, 38 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.
Excurs.ion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
$100 to $11 London.
Steerage passage $20.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Olffices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
Now York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York, June 15, 1881.

AMERICAN WATCHES.


THE above WATCH ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand hy 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, IHamilton,
Deer. 16, 1878. u.o.o.


A SK your Grocer for A. R. W HY LAND'S
SOAP.


Robt. G. Lee & Co.,


Somiiimission Meer hant ',
3nd INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenliall Street,
AND AT' LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C.
Personal attention given to (onsignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
mudian orders.
April 1:, 1880,


GUION LINE.

United States .3 ail Steamer.s


CALLING AT UEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK


.VYOMING sails Tuesday June 7, at 1 p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday June 14, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday June 21, at 1 p.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Jane 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 expression for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and tew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations arc un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
Stat" 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.
1 he U. S.Mail Steamer Finmborough from
Ber.,uda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
Yorl' on Mondays, and Passengers' bagga, can
hlie transferred direct to the Liverpool St-i.mer
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agent-,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, June 7, 1881.





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


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20 We
21 Th
22 Frif
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24 aMo
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5 16 6 56026
5 17 6 5527
5 18 6 54 28


Tide. REMARKS.



1 6 Jamaica Mail due
I 54 Admiralty Court-
2 42 [Margaret
3 30 Magdalene
4 18 St. Geo. Inoo. 1797
5 6 6th after Trinity
5 54 St. James


New Moon 25 day, hlb. Om. a.m.

TWE BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE ii published
every Tuesday by DONALD MPaHER LBE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty .
At Hll OFFICE,
Noith-west Corner of Reid an'd Burnaby Ftreeto,
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.


S& E. ATKINS lONT
PERFUMERY
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the
very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the following
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS.
London, 1862. Paris, 1867. Cordova, 1872.
Lima,1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadelphia,1876.
GOLD MEDAL PARIS, 1878.
ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSE, FRANOIPANNE, YLANOYLANO,
STEPHANOTIS, OPOPANAX, JOCKEY CLUB, ESS
BOUQUET, TREVOL, MAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOOD
VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
and all other odours,of the finest quality only.
ATKINSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
a most fragrant Perfume distilled from the
choicest Exotica. 4
ATKINSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION,
a very refreshing Wash which stimulates the
skin to a healthy action and promotes the
growth of the hair.
ATKINSON'S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a powerful Perfume distilled from the finest
flowers. '
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
anew and indispensable Toilet accompani-
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
Handkerchief.
ATKINSOWPS WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other Specialities and general articles
of Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the
manufacturers
J. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List free on application,
NOTIQE -Purchasersare cautioned to avtid
counterfeit by observing that each article is
labelled wU' the firm's Trade Mark, h White
e" on olden Lyre"
I ESTABUSHEO 1799, 1


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Wator 6treet, bt. kiebrges.i


Protection again tst FIR *
AT THE MOST MODERATE RA'E
Can be obtained from the &
P(IENIX INSURANCE CO.1PA NY
of London,
One )f the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERaWNAL
PhOPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months,
No FEES and n9 CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,

Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.

RIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU.
MER Y.
SIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toiletand
Ilath, a reviving scent and a powerful disin fectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
R[MMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER
WATER.
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
;COLOGNE.
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
WATER.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra.
grant Perfumes.
RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIMMEL'S PURE WHITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY.
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and the
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIMMEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
1 ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
Boxes, barrels and packets.
RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE, cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
RIMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, or Na-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIMMEL, Perfumer byappointment to H. R.
Il. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.


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