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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
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL -AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 31--'. &VII. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS 24s. per A


IHamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, dugues s2, 1881.


BERMUDA.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Council.

Tuesday, 26th July, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn.
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
,' Wim. H. Gosling,
Eugenins Harvey,
6 James Tucker, Reor. Genl.,
t R. E. Webster, Col. Secty,,
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, C.R.E.
The following Messages from His Excellency the
Governor, were delivered by the Colonial Secre-
tary:-
(No. 15.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward for the
Information of the Honorable the Legislative
Council a Report, dated 9th of July, 1881, with a
statement of account for the twelve months ended
31st December 1880, from the Trustees appointed
under the provisions of the Savings' Bank Act, No.
12, of 1874.'
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
25th July, 1881.
(No. 16.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward for the
information of the Honorable the Legislative
Council a Report, dated 2nd July, 1881, with a
Copy of an Account from the Commissioners ap-
pointed under the provisions of Act No. 38, of the
Session of 1864-5 for the purpose of investing the
sum of 6,000 set apart by the Legislature for the
purposes expressed in the said Act.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
25th July, 1881. J
(No. 17.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before and to
recommend to the favorable consideration of the
Honorable the Legislative Council a copy of a
Letter addressed to him by Mr. Robert F. Hunt,
Clerk to the Colonial Secretary, applying for an
Increase of his salary.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, )
25th July, 1881. J
(No. 18.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to lay before the
Honorable the Legislative Council a copy of a
letter addressed to him by the Colonial Postmaster
dated 23rd instant, stating that he had been
obliged to obtain extra clerical assistance in his
Office, owing to the illness of his Clerk, and the
Governor trusts that the Legislature will provide
for the payment of the expense so incurred.
Public Buildings, Hamilton, ]
25th July, 1881. J
A Bill, entitled An Act relating to certain
money in the Public Treasury arising from the
Sale of Glebe Land in Pembroke Parish,"
And,
A Resolve, for paying the sum of 60 for
the general' purposes of the Bermuda Library,
were brought up from the House of Assembly and
severally read a first time.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 29th instant, at
11-30, a.m;


BERMUDA.

Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Wednesday, 27th July, 1881.-The Bill to provide
for the filling up vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices
-was again committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The 2nd Clause as amended was agreed to.
Mr. Middleton moved a Clause as No. 3, provi-
ding that the Synod in making presentations under
the Act shall not vote by orders, but the Clerical and
Lay Members of the Synod shall vote together--
whi Lwas agreed to.
Tfly's Clause was agreed to,
The ]buse resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill as amended and
it was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.
The Rule regarding the Passage of Bills being
suspended.
The Resolve for paying the balance of expendi-
ture on Timlin's Narrows, &c.-was read a third
time and passed.
The Resolve for resuming the overplus of the
Vote for the destruction of the "Carolina Z."-was
committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported that the Resolve having
been adopted was ripe for a third reading.
The Resolve was then read a third timeand
paned.
Adjourned to Friday next.


Notice.
TNHE Undersigned begs to inform his Friends
and the Public generally, that he has open-
ed A STORE at the Eastern Entrance to the
Town of Hamilhop, for the Sale of

Family Groceries,
Carefully selected for this Market, which he will
sell CHEAP FOR CASH, and respectfully so-


limits a share of their patronage.
JOHN E. BERG.
Ilamilton, 25th July, 1881.-tf


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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,

Hamilton, 22nd July, 1881.


H IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been pleased to
Returns of the Census of the population of the Bermuda


direct the publication of the subjoined
Islands taken on the 3rd April 1-t,


By His EW]iellwmy's Commaand,


R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial SAOrewy.


CENSUS OF THE BERMUDAS OR SOMERS ISLANDS.


A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT FOR THE YEARS 1861, 1871 AND 1881.


Population.


SANDY...........
SOUTHAMPTON..
WARWICK........
PAGET.............
PEMBROKE.......
DEVONSHIRE....
SMITH.............
HAMILTON.......
ST. GEORGE......


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EDUCATION.


1861.
WHITE. COLORED.

Male. Female. Male. Female
205 314 542 661 1722
161 198 209 270 839
. 176 228 222 301 927
. 193 292 226 325 1036
496 688 537 785 2506
156 230 203 240 829
66 97 146 186 495
169 211 345 390 1116
336 408 521 717 1982
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132 156


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163
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245
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591
208
227
259
632
207
143
378
639
3284


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677
252
313
378
832
232
193
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748
931
1132
2832
735
545
1268
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261 288 744 827 2120
143 152 2583 286 884
196 249 247 811 1003
249 334 333 458 1874
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MORRIS A. M. FRITH,
N. J. DARRELL, Cnsus mCommissionr~.
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,

(See third page.)
"-Nea


A LL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils
Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
scouring, Cleaning and Polishing Soap, PRIDE
OF TIHE KITCHEN. Ask for "Pride of the
Kitchen" Soap.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York, April 20, 1831. Proprietors.


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.-3.


scthool [batt0

3 Large Supply Rechived
AND FOR SALE,
At the ROYAL GAZaTTs Stationery 8to
qt Low Prices.
Hamilton, June 28th, 1881,


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


*' )lTlT WE ATHER t 1Th. -chr. Azelda LarM, fom lomerarp, also j HEATIWOTE HILL SCHOOL, SOMERSET. BIRTH, in Warwick Parish, on 24th ultimo, MRS. J Ilu E ALE
24th and 31s l t LILht w t, igt r'd boventhene a Quarantiue in Murray's Anchorage, will probably be The usual half yearly examination of the above ALEXANDER S. BEAN, of a DAUGHTER. U R
where tho le31 r is kept, beigt abov2 feet. released to-day. School was concluded on Friday last, and the priz. ......... at White's Island Pembroke Parish on 26th
II. M. S. Firebrand expected in England from es awarded were distributed to the successful corn- July, Mus. F. F. HARRIOT, of a DAUGHTER.
Date. the Cape of Good Hope, will after being refitted potitors in the presence of a number of Visitors who ,. K
5 relieve the Forester on this Station. attended for that purpose in spite of great heat. MARRIED, at St. Paul's Church, Paget, on Wed-
1 1 II. M. S. Dido, Captain Doinville is to relieve the The following.gentlemon acted as oxaminers:- nesday, 6th July, 1881, by the Rev. J. Lumley Lough, Residence of the late R. H. SPENCER
Julr General Remark Blanche on this Station. leo. Siropson, Esq., English Geometry, Drawing, O-ROSVERNOR HARRY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, of Non- Es
SGe n.neral hoaarKs. on and Mental Arithmetic. Pareil, Demerara, (eldest son of the late Leiis Grant
Noon. Nepun e at Lond o the9h July, mak- evd. B. MacKay ad E. H. Gilbert, Esq., Tucker, Esqr., J.P., ot Demerara,) to MARY ROSIA, SMITHS PARISH,
Noon M P ting Mite run in a little, under 13 days. Arithmetic. eldest daughter of J. Esten Butterfield, Esqr., of Rose At 12 i on
25 s 4 79 79 995 17 Th M.Steamr Alpha hence at Halifax 23rd ult. Scott H. Gilbert, Esq., Geography, Algebra, Hill, Paget, Bermuda. At 12 cl 1., on
26 S 4 80 30-01010.0,Fiioe, cloudy, hazy The Eliza Barrs, Hollis, was to have left New Mental Arithmetic, Reading and Spelling. Tuesday N e 9th inst.
S 27 ssw 3 83 81 8:30-0001 Fooiine oYork for Bermuda ; yesterday W. H. Freeland Esq., Geography. forDIED, on the 99th July, at the residence of his
S3 4 30020' Fine Mr. Those. Lines, Master, awarded marksfor La- Midhurst, Somerset, WILLIAM OLIVBA LOT OF
"2 ss30.0w()!0.001iFine tin, History, Htome Lessons, and Conduct. L-fathPr, Midhurt, Somerset, WILIIAM OLIVE, Jnnr.,
neMAJOR n aged 50 years, fortified by the rites of Holy Church.-- VERY SUPERIOR
30 SE 4,82 81 130-.900 DEPARTURE OF HIS EXCELLENCY MAJOR Piazis qAwARDED FOR:- R. Jul lngan
31 s,: 4 83 30200!05 Fin GENL. SIR. R. M. LAFFAN, K.C.M.G., R.E P W DED
..ARITHMETIC.......... in Southampton, July 26th, after a long and I
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. Ill-health has compelled His Excellency, Gover- W. C. Gilbert, a Cricket Bat; presented by J.F. painful illness, MRs. PINK VIRGIN, akthe advanced
nor Sir R. M. Laffan, to seek a change of climate Burrows, Esq., M.C.P. age of 95 years ; leaving a daughter and son-in-law. &., C., (C.
*. ..... and he left the Colony yesterday afternoon in II.M. F. W. Lines, Grims Fairy Tales, presented by 0. ........., in Sandys Parish on Monday 25th July, AMO CG W. WILL BE FOU
S* .. *" i > Troopship Orontes for EnglanJ, for a short period Loblein, Esq. ROSEMOND ASCOTT COOMBE, the beloved child of Ben- AMONG WaluII WILL BE FOUND
of time. His Excellency was received on board J. H. Paterson, Pilgrims Progress, presented by 0. jamin Tatim and Thalia Augusta Burrows, aged 14 2 Handome Walnut, Hair, ng Seat
-- -- --_ the Orontes by Colonel Gordon, Commanding R. Loblein, Esq. months and 5 days. COUCHES
1t miltDn U 3 USt 2 1881 E., Dr. Ogilvie, P.M.O., Captains Washington and GEOMETRY. ......... at Asbury Park, New Jersey, U.S., on July 6 Walnut Hair Spring Seat CHAIRS
1 Heneage, R. E., Lieuts. Middlemass, Laffan, Hus- F. Lines, a Microscope, presented by Goo. 19th, HARRY P., youngest son of enry P., and I Walnut Marble Top Centre TABLE
--- s ey, Jonstoneaand Glubb, R.E., Captao Barni- SimsonEsq Kate A. Kirkham, aged 10 months and 2 days. 1 Walnut Rocking OHAIR, &c., &e., &c.
OLONIAL SECRETARY' OFFICE, diston,* Captain Superintendent Royal Naval Es- Son, ENT AITIIMETIC. ----
HArL TANR Y S OFFICE tablishments, Captain Clapp, R. N., Lieuts. Savile, Paterson, a Cricket Ball; presented by John Chamber No 1
HAIR sA. A., and Buckle. R. I. Rifles, and others. We H. Paterson,a Cricket Ball; presented by John A Chamber NO. 1,
ARr XCA, Xl. sa Mowle, Esq.,C.P.B PUBLIC AUCTION LARGE CHAMBER S
IS EXCELLENCY M AJOR-GENERAL trust that the change will speedily restore His Ex- C.W. Else, Pencil case. Y UBLIC AT, 1 LARGE CHAMBER SET, ompriing-
SIR "ROBERT M. LAFFAN, R.E., K. cellency to health and enable him at an early day lseCP Junior ClassI N ? THE BI I Handsome Double French BEADSTEAD
C.M.G., having left Bermuda on leave of ab- to resume his Government. J. A. M. Gilbert, BoxoMathematical Instruments. 1 Large Hair MATTRASS to Match
sence, the Admnustration of the Government Lady Laffan accompanies His Excellency. W Tucker, Box of Water Colors I .x I Walnut Marble Top BUREAU
has, by virtue of the Instructions contained inr r. thursday next Walnut Marble Top WAS TAND
the Lettora Patent 5 constituting the Office of COLONEL GORDON, R. E., SWORN IN AS W. C. Gilbert, J. M. Mackey, G. W. Young, each a 1 Walnut Writing TABLE,
Govertior of Bermuda, devolved on ADMINISTRATOR. a handsome Book. The 4th inst., at 12 o'clock, M., 1 Large Rocking CHAIR
-Ctonaoel EEdward Charles Acheson At 51 o'clock last evening the Honorable Colonel GEOGRAPHY. 100 BALES Supeir HAY Walnut Cane Seat CHAI
Gordon, R.E., C..E., E. C. A. Gordon, Commanding Royal Engineers, G. W. Young, Dictionary; presented by W. H. 20 Tubs New York BUTTER 1 Walnut Towel HORSE
-e4 or Offieer for the time bei ing accompanied by Captain Heneage, R. E., came Freeland, Esq. 10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
S of Hr Mier for the time being, in command down to the Council Chamber in his Honor's car-i HisroY-Junior Class.m N 2
t erMajesty's egular Troops, to whom riage, where he was met by his staff and other D. R. W. Burrows, Box of Mathematical Instru- .5 Bs. Jamaica Green GINGER B Tdroom o .
the Oaths-of Office have this day been duly officers, the President and members of H. M. ments. 5000 Jamaica Sweet ORANGES 1 Large Carved Mahogany BEADSTEAD
administered by His Honor the Chief Justice. Council, the Attorney General, and others. A WRITING-Junior Class. 10 Half Chests Oolong TEA 1 BUREAU
By His Honor's Command telegram having been received from the Signal D. R. W. Burrows, a handsome book; presented 10 Boxes Family SOAP & STARCH I Child's CRIB 1 Toilet SET
Station that H. M. S. Orontes, in which His Ex- I by T. Dismont, Esq. 5 Boxes Corned Beef & Ham SAUSAGES 1 TABLE, 5 Cane Seat CHAIRS
R. E. WEBSTER, cellency the Governor had embarked, had then HOME LEssoNs. 1000 lbs. Jamaica COFFEE 1 Child's CARRIAGE
Colonial Secretary. passed beyond the limits of Bermuda jurisdiction Allen P. Young, Box of Instruments, and Box of 5 Boxes RAISINS 10 Cases SARDINES, A LOT OF
..---. --Colonel Gordon advanced to the Table and the Colors; presented by Scott H. Gilbert, Esq. 5 Half b1s. HERRINGSI TmI CTT
CO Honorable the Chief Justice thereupon administer- F. Young, Box of Instruments and Box of Colors; 50 Boxes KITCH N UTEILS
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, ed the usual oaths. presented by E. H. Gilbert, Esq. 30 Wire Dish COVERS And a great many othe
Hamilton, 1st August, 1881. It will be observed by an official notice in GooD CONDUCT. 2000 4 feet White Pine PICKETS And a great many other Articles too nu-
T ihereb notified for Publanother part of this Gazette, that His Honor the A. Mackey, Pencil Case. 10 Bs Pilot BREAD merous to mention.
hat Hnotified R Publiinfor tion Acting Gvernort will Pgie hi attentiontoO- J. Burnett, Box of Instruments. 30 Gross Comb MATCHES -ALSO-
GORDON' R.E., Acting Governor, will attend days and Thursdays rom 11 to 12 o'clock. 50 Boxes Superior SEGARS 3 Superior Young COWS
at. the Public Buildings on MONDAYS and A CASE or" LISBoN ONIONs.--We, in common with 5 Bis Kerosene OIL, 1 HEIFER.
n sRSDAYS from 11 to 12 o'clock, for the Arrival and Departure of the Troop many others, have been induced, within the past 10 Pieces White Cotton DRILL B. W. WALKER & CO.,
trasaion of Pu-li usinss week, to visit the stores of Thomas F. J. Tucker, 1 Sewing MACHINE Little Wanzer," in
Stoi uins Ship 4Oronte.". Esq., in this Town, for the purpose of seeing a Good Order Auctioneers.
R. E. WEBSTER, H. M. Troopship Orontes. Captain Kinahan, last case of Lisbon Onions imported from London by A lot of SUNDRIES from a Retail Store Hamilton, Aug. 2, 1881.-2 3p
Colonial Secretary. from Jamaica, arrived on Saturday. She left that gentleman, per s. s. Ceto. The package is
-- --...-. Cape Coast Castle on the 16th June, having on similar in size to those generally used for shipping ,, T i t
O' OLONAL SECRETARY'S O board the 2nd West India Regiment. She touch- of oranges and lemons from the Mediterranean, Jx Lighthouse. N o"ice.
LONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFIC, ed at Sierra Leone. remaining there two days. and contains about 1 cwt, and lqr. (140lbs. Eng- 1 Cask Waste OIL
AMILTON, 1 ST AUGUST, 1881. Thence she proceeded to Barbados, where she re- lish). The onions are reddish and of quite a mild 6 Empty Oil CASKS
IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR gained two days: and thence to Demerara. Hav. flavour; and are in bunches-not in the way we
nhas beon pleased to oint ng been prevented landing troops at that place in receive them from the United States on straw, but -ALSOR- Silton O-Op-Er tiWG
>' ha Dappoint consequence of fever prevailing there, she returned some 12 to 15 th (various sizes, none very The A sociaton,
Sllr. W. Cardy Hallett, to Barbados, where she landed a company of the large) tied together by their stalks, which are quite ay W b ChtlOR
To be Clerk to the Colonial Surveyor, under 2nd West India Regiment, but had no communi- tough; showing that the onions must have been SVA Will b hld at T PRA A
the provisions of Act No. 6 of IS81, such a- cation with the shore. After remaining a day and 1 taken from the ground before being quite ripe, and H L
pointment to take effect from the date hereof, a half at Barbados, bhe left for Jamaica where she hungup and dried. They doubtless were well cured An excellent Harness Horse. O Thm
By H~ E~' l arrived on the 16th July, and there landed the re- before being packed, as they are now perfectly sound, j U. V .*
Sy His Excellency's Command, mainder of the 2nd W. I. After taking in a fresh though doubtless at least two months have elapsed The Bay MARE 1th proximo, at 730 p.m.
R. E WEBSTER spply of coal at Jamaica she left that Island for since they were packed-and judging from appear. thproximo,at p.m.
.- R Bei muda on the 25th, and arrived here at 11 a. m. ance they would still keep for a considerable time. JESSIEoBy Order of the President,
Colonial Secretary. of Saturday the 30th. We understand that the cost of the package, when
The O. has no troops on board, and having a Ja.- purchased at London in the beginning of last Quiet to drive, or under saddle. WM. JOELL,
COLONIAL eECRETARY'S OFFICE, maiea Clean Bill of Health" dated the 25th July, month, was either 8/ or 10/. One Yonug Secty. H. C. A.
,HAMILTON, 1st August, 1881. and there being no sickness on board 1 Pratiquo" Mr. Tucker imported this case of onions with a ,' 29th July, 1881.
ELLENCY TE OV ws grantedher. view of ascertaining how other countries packed MILC COW
has appoint edOR The 0. left last evening for England. and shipped the article, so that our packers and ---th her First Calf. e.
. a t shippers might, if possible, derive benefit. With her First Calf.
.. ... r. N. A. Cooper, PINAFORE. Mr. Tucker will be pleased to show the case to B W WALKER & CO '
'o b Receiving House'Keepe for the Wet- According to promise Mr. Wallack and his ex. any one who may call to look at it. A number of Auctioneers.
District of the Parish of Warwic in the cellent company, the St. George-'s Amateurs, gave our planters and others have already been there to Auctioneers. TH -TITD a IC N
room of Mr. Lightbourn, resigned n the two performances at the Mechanics' Hall in this gratify their curiosity. Hamilton,. Bermuda, Aug. 1, 1881. Has opened a
Liglitbun,, re ed town under the patronn'- -f His Excellency the -- F. IM IL V G A OCc
It" ]r. William T. Webb, Governor. The first entertainment, last Thursday Late from Europe and America.
To-be Receiving House Keeper for Smith's in night, was well attended and many of our leading The Mail Steamer Flanborough, Captain White- N Otilce
the room of Mr. Joell, resigned-such appoint- families were present. The majority of the au- hurst, reached her wharf in this Town soon after 7 i
ments to take effect from this day's date. dience was composed of ladies, and every body ap- o'clock yesterday morning. She left her Pier in -- ,
By His Excelenc's Commandpeared to be highly gratified with the treat afforded. New York at the usual hour on the afternoon of At the East of his Soda Water Establish-
isExelleny'sCommand, The Amatuers were all in good trim and excellent Thursdayy last. U ment, where he has on hada good supplyof
So o. W iBSTE R, ated and acted with feeling and Pathos, his songs We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst, Mr. 16th instantngish an American GO
Colonial Secretary. were well rendered and received deserved applause. Purser Dupont, Mr. Steward Moran, and T. J. share of the Public patronage, hoping that his
The Admiral was all that could be desired, his make Outerbridge, Esqr., passenger, for files of New W. former Friends will call and purchase of his
S i courtt of-Quarter-Sesslons. un and sarcastic sayings were relished and approv- York papers of the evening of the 28th tiltimo. I Cheap Stock before going elsewhere.
-, C' TRUISDAY, 28TH JULY, 1881. intPly admired. The Captain looked the beau ideal We are truly sorry to learn that President Gar- B Y UBL I C A UC T I 0 Quality not surpassed. ig}
Present: i of the real nautical commander, singing with clear field continues in a very uncertain state. The
."W'orahipful Richard J. P. Durrell, Chairman voice, well modulated, and acting with great intel- Doctors are now pretty well decided that the ball On the Premises, the JOHN B RRITT.
: Monris A. M. Frith, ligenee. The Boatswain met with a liberal recep- must be removed in order for him to get back his S fSi 'ff D S#VS]*- Hamilton, August 2nd, 1881.-3 3p
Thomas N. Dill, tion, his song very narrowly escaping an encore, strength-he continues very weak. We give some
Clarence Peniston, Hebe was fascinatingly good, very neatly attired, latest particulars as to his state in another column. T [ff f,, y. Colonist" copy twice.
Alex. 3. Frith, correctly acquitting herself of the responsibility of -- P Of the MANSE," Paget
T John Fowle. a small but necessary role. The Wallack Tripo- A FINANOTAL CRISIS PREDICTED. ge. A
The Court being opened a Grand Jury ws em logue brilliantly kept the mirth going throughout .Some of the articles are nearly new including
Spanelled of which WIpdLLIAM CoxdEJury was em- the opera. Fannie's admirable voice anf spark- ENGLAND ALARMED OVER AMERICAN MONETARY a Fine PIANO FORTE (if not previously
on Foreman sqr., wa 0, ling acting, as usual charmed and delighted all- MATTERS. sold privately) only imported last year.
The fIaoll n Iitmtshe was rapturously received throughout. Rider RyLONDON, July 11.-The Pall Mall Gazette this Full particulars in u Royal Gazette" of CI *; IR,
BEoWNLow GnAY, Esq., Attsornub nitedLby S. resin ly amDusing, holding thte audience with a evening, in a leading article headed The Nearness Tuesday next. VETERINARY SURGEON,
ny of a goa. True Bill. Tried and found ways as it were to the relief of any plaintive dia- that the stability of the New York money market .g ed rt i re
Guilty. logue that might cause a pang to overshadow the depends upon its power to continue drawing gold t Auctioneers. occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.S.
The Qaen vs. William Jones, James Abbott, David company -the chorus sang with precision and the from Europe. "An excess of exports over imports Hamilton, August 1, 1881. Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
STubin, George Haskine. Larcency. True Bill voices amply filled the Hall. The Mozart Band is not necessarily a sign of wealth. A national Will visit t. George's professionally on Satur-
against William Jones, James Abbot, and George played an overture to the opera and in the inter- always expt or e goods than it imports is nearly at McCalla & Co. Residence
William. BJl not found against David Tobin. mission between the acts. Last night, Monday, al ay i of e- i errington Place, Hamilton Parish.
William ones, ames Abbot, and George Has. "Pinafore" was repeated to another numerous at- n ed o pay its debts. Whether the process x-gt .
kins a. Tried and found Guilty. tendance, and again well received. All the Troupe pansion by drainage from Europe, which within the August 2, 1881.
ThQneen vs. JaneoIrving. Larceny. True Bill. may be congratulated on their success and thank- past two years has added 65,000,000 to the ireu- N Ot e or

SPhe Queen vs. Florence Rosetta Durham. Aggra- ing evening's amusement. markets of Europe. The indications are that the riEN)ERS wll be received by the Under- Tet
S vited Assault. True Bill. Pleaded Guilty We perceive by advertisement that Mr. Wallak, European harvest will be bountiful, and that the TeUde- A Dwellin
S : ver anxious to Cator for the amusement of his United States will have to face great competition, sized until
e* CUSTOM nOUyE-HA? (US HOUSE-HAMILTON. think judiciously) postponed his departure from "With an overwhelmin surplus yield they might
iJ u 5-Norweian HarqueBertha, Larsen, Cardiff; puroses next Monday night reproducing Pinafore be ableto ...do this, but, should ther pu as i3th proximo, at noon, And about three Roods of L ,ND in Pagt


Cet, TukeLodon ; goods for chants e hocs Ha, th a om their trade may well become serious." The article For the Purchase of the Property known as Prish; bounded Northerly and Easterly y
sn Gom.t Cet^ A e l o,. ts Amateurs whose voices, we have been informed, L d fk t e at of ae i teJoh N .
and Governiacnt stores.-Agents, It. P. Atkins & Amall h hly c vated, bei fir b concludes as follows: We think the position of Lands of the Estate of the Late John N. H.
Co. tar m are all highly cultivated, being first rate musicians. the Utited States is not anything like so secure r White; Southerly by the Main Road and West-
uast i-MailSamr. Flmborouh, Whiert They are now traii dthe skilful and as the more sanguine Americans assume. They are sL J A p t early by a Public Cross Road.
New York ;, Mails and general cargo.--Agents, energetic tuition of the fair Fannie. The eating just in the circumstances where a financial crisis On St. David's Island, East End, consisting of Apply to
'rrlt e& Cox. will be one of the great features of attraction, be- Allgh t develop with extraordinary rapidity. Some a and Ila cr nd to rr
EDing carefully studied under the master hand of look for such a crisis in the coming autumn, but we a HOUSE and about 1I: acres of Land. S. HUNT,
July o, Tucker, au; 2 to cargo Watty. The prices of admission will be reduced are by no mean certain that it will develop itself Not bound to accept the highest or any Ten- Ist August, 1881. Hamilt,',
S. e, Tuker, Nto Three shillings reserved chairs; Two shillings then, even should things come to the worst. With der.
orNas.saU.72empty hhds l pkge ,baggageanda general admission, and gallery one shilling. Mr. their trade the credit bubble may go on swelling for ed Edition of the
J ton gun with eas of fittgs. Wallack at considerable expense has made ar- mouths beyond the time when cautious men look JAS. A. A TWOOD, Revised Fid o l hl
rangements for the Brittannia steamboat, as the for trouble. Holders of United States Securities, Agent. ew Testament
CUSTOM IIOTJSE-ST. GEORGE. evening will be beautifully moonlight, to leave St. however, must lay their account for serious financial St. George's, July 25, 1881.-3 3p
CI.1EAR5D Georges at 5 o'clock P. M. on Monday, and return difficulties much sooner than the contemplation of
rq Aonpor Smit rto, E and; fro Hamilton at 11-th Fare for the round trip, the wonderful progress of the past three years might DENOUNCED BY A LONDON JUDGEA great variety b Ceto" a the Royl Ga-
.ir-pfoletu and gasoline cargo of iai.que Lincoln P including a reserved seat ticket to see the New lead them to expect." zette" Stationery Store.
shir,. Pinafore only one dollar. This moderate charge LONDON, July 11.-There was quite a sensation in lHameilton, July 26, 1881.
26-IBarque Thols. if. Armstrong, Cooper, New York; will no doubt induce many for the sake of the trip -- I the Wilberforce libel case to-day. The plaintiff's
inw cardargo f iron ore. aloun, to avail themselves, and if they do not wish A Supplement of Five Co- counsel announced his retirement from all con- hleOdore Outer rid e
SPASSENGERS. to visit the opera their Hamilton friends will be G tto nection with it in consequence of the receipt of O t er idge O,
T. PASSENr E. o y fromable to enjoy the play while they seek other amuse- lunms accompanies this issue of the Gazette : er e i roin aplaintifn's statements. These D. V. S.,
klr 1 .tea .W. Roberta esterd. ay o t for the nonce i our town. Tickets for the it contains the proceedings of th Honorable letters dispro m Senatr Mrtoiff s sotat n em Indianents. TheseAR
tVilon nd JOuterrilge.-2d trip can onl e obtained from Mr. Walck, at te Legislative Council of Friday the 29th apolis and from Dr. Sandwith's brother Gay, a cor-
frin, r. ."r. ilson r. u u phrios, trs. J. Ie- the t. Gocrge's Hotel, and none will be sold on ult. ; of the Honorable House of Assemby of respondent of the Daily Telegraph." The latter
Si, iia Tucker, J. B. 1eau and G. Cooper. board. We sincerelywish every saucess to attend the 29th ult. and Ist inst., and a variety of in- repudiated all knowledge of the plaintiff. The Judge t fice and Residence Reid Street, Ilamilton,
Aihong others in li Tropship Orontes, Ca,1ati this coming performance, and we feel confident a teresting news gleaned from the papers by the denounced the plaintiff from the bench after this Oilice'adjoining Arwry Pay Office.
Clark, R.., Li(at Seolt- Plunioner, I. l s, large number will take the trip to us, should the Mail Steamer Flamborough." statement had been made, and directed the return of Hours-S to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Liet. Pat on nd t. who ar prcdg ght only be propitious. a verdict for the defendant. The plaintiff excitedly Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
on liwe to England, and C. E. Clay, Esq. The fighting between two Zulu chiefs has caused i shouted that the treatment he was receiving was un. TUESDAYS AND FRI D YS.
q1mo' chr. f*teoa, uhnscomnb from llarbado. oi A full account of the Pembroke Grammar School howe uneasitness lest the trouble spread and in- fair, and wanted the Court to hear his explanation, Office at Mr. George Spurlngs', Market Square.
Friday was placed in Qnarantino in Alurray's ALchor- Aquatic Sports, which came off in iHamilton liar. volvo the Transvaal. John Dunn has gone to try wherein he was not gratified, the Judge ordering his
age. hour on Friday last, will appear in our next. and settle matters. removal from the court room instead. Hamilton, November 8, 1880







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
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Anniversary.

THE FEMALE CHARITABLE
UNION SOCIETY
Intend Celebrating their Twenty-second An-
niversary
T IP 1 ,S I ,


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 to St.
James's Church, where Divine Service will be
performed and a Sermon preached by the Rev.
BRUCE McKAY, Rector.
There will be a Collection during Service.
The Steamer Reliance," for the purpose of
conveying Members and others to the above
Celebration, leaves Hamilton for Somerset at 9
a.m. calling at Salt Kettle. Leaves Somerset
for Hamilton at 7-30 p.m. cling at Salt Kettle.
By Order of'Committee,
JOHN C. SIMONS,
General Secretary.'

PROMENADE CONCERT.
There will be a PROMENADE CONCERT
this 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.
REBECCA SWAN,
SARAH BURTT,
Managers.
JOHN C. SIMONS,
Gen. Secretary, F. C. U. S.
August 2, 1881.


Concert /


Concert !


The Children attending the School of MR
JAIRUS C. SWAN, will give two

Entertainments
On the evenings of the
10TH ANDI 11TIH AUGUST,
In the Odd-Fellow's Hall, for the Bene-
fit of the School.
Music (imported for the occasion) to be in-
terspersed with Dialogues and Recitations"
from Standard Authors.
Admission 6d. W
Doors open at 7-30. Performance to com-
mence at 8.
Hamilton, August 2, 1881.*-2 3p

VNotice.


The F. E. H. Society
Intend holding an
OLD FOLKS CONCERT
At the
ODD-FELLOWS' HJLLL
Hamilton,

On Monday and
Tuesday,
The 15th and i6th August.
Alexandrina Band will be in attendance.
Price of Admission 1/.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Proceeds in aid cf the B. M. E. Church.
Hamilton, July 26,1881.-2 pd.

For Sale.
1 Superior Bay




16*2 hands, will draw over a ton weight readily
1 Brown MARE, 16 hands, suitable for any
work
1 Bay MULE, a capital worker
1 BUGGY, Leather Top, to seat two persons
2 DRAYS 1 Box CART
2 Sets Cart HARNESS
1 Set Buggy 1HARNESS.
I Piece SEINF, 30 fathmis long, 9 feet deep,
#th inch Mesh (but little used)
The above are offered at low figures in con-
sequence of the illness of the Owner.
Apply, after 7th Instant, to SAMU, I'4 A.
MASTERS, Esqr., Hamilton, or at the Farm
of C. iI. NASH, Southampton.
1st August, 1881.-2 pd
LIST OF UNCLAIMIED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 30th July, 1881.
Joseph Adams, Charles Aubrey, Charles Adams
Alick Anderson, Robert Been, Ship "Bertha," Eidgar
J Burgess, Margaret Bean, Henry R Been, Thos
Burch, R Bell, Benjamin B Bowen, Schr "Admiral
Blake," Ella Butterfield, R Carlson, John M Castino
D W P Cox, Mr. Canton, Dudley Cox, John Claike,
J H Davis, Emily Darrell, Frazer Deshiold, Mrs
Joseph Dill, B G Gilbert, L Givens, John J F
Grant, Agustus Guest, Manoel do S Goncalves,
William Hayward, Miss Adelaide Hodson, John M
Jonas, Brown Jones, Lilia Joell, W H Lightbourne,
A Lambert, Joseph Lapes, Luis J de Midi, 'eter
Morray, John M'Cartey, Barque Jose %laria, Lionel
P Osborne, Antonio J Penque, 3enj P Richardson,
Frances Robinson, W T Robinson, William
Robertson, Francis T Smith, David S-;ott, A W U
Steele, G S Sc.>tt, Joseph P Silva, Jose M de Silvt,
Peter Smith, W Hi Simnoris, Henry 1 Smith,
Charles Scott, Alica Tucker, cmjiminn ''roU, W
H Trotr, Thomas Tucker, Mirs Winter, 13 L War-
ren, Donald Washington, Richard Williams, Ellen
Watson.


New York Mail Steamer. To Cabinet Makers and

,-, .k The Steamer Joiners. a

S"Flamtborough," TENDERS are invited for CLEANING and
:- ..... ai in WTUTL PAINTING or POLISHING a quantity Z
Captain WHITEIIURST, of
Will leave Hamilton at 1 p.m., Residential Furni-

THUR S DA Y, ture
AbLA .--... 4Q. I :z tf 1i


ht4 August, 1881.
To leave New York on lllth August for Return.
Freight, Parcels and Specie on Freight, will be
received until 6 p in. 3rd August.
Passenger Stage will he removed at 30 min-
utes past noon on 4th August.
TROTT 4. COX,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 2nd August, 1881.

'-A


Moonlight Pleasure Ex-

cursion and

AMUSEMENTTRE AT
FOR

One Dollar only.



.. 8th August1881.
8th August, 1881.


For the Naval Department.
The several Articles (over one hundred) can
be seen at Her Majesty's Victualling Yard any
:. day up to noon of

Saturday, 6th proxino.
And all Tenders must be lodged in my Office
by Noon of SATURDAY, the 13th proximo.
Specifications as to description of work and
limits of time will be received on application
to the Officer in charge of Dock, G. F. NEW-
TOW, Esqr.
WM. ALBERT MOUNT,
Naval Storekeeper.
By Order of the Captain-in-Charge.
Bermuda Dockyard, 22nd July, 1881.--2 3p


Notice to Boatmen.

MATe~-t onB's so.
SERVZOS.


V
*5
C),
-a


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


__The 9th August next,
A, PLEAS I E TlIP I From Persons desirous of Contracting to sup-
A P ply
From St. Georges to Hamilton and back to ply
St. Georges, Suitable Boats


On the Popular Steamboat


" BRITTA NIA ,1
Including a Reserved Seat Ticket to see
THE NEWLY ORGANISED COM-
PANY IN



'Pinafore'

AT THE

Mechanics' Hall,
HAMILTON,'
For the moderate sum of FOUR SHILLINGS.
TICKFTS can be purchased only from MR.
WALLACK at Kennelly's Hotel, St.
George's.
q7 No Tickets can be had on board.
Mr. Wallack has great pleasure in announcing
that having been induced to remain two weeks
longer amongst his friends, and ever anxious
to cator for the Public amusement, he has re-
organized

'PI NAIF O IE
On a very elegant and improved scale, with
anf entirely new Company of Musical Ama-
teurs of rare ability who have been trained
with great carq to fulfil their respective
roles.




8th August,

Mechanics' Hall,
HAMILTON,
REDUCED PRICES, OF ADMISSION
Reserved Seats at CHILD'S Jewellery Store
only 3 Shillings.
Plan now open. General Admission to Hall
2 Shillings. Gallery I Shilling.
The Performance will be

50 weP "k 5W h s


New Company,

New Costumes,

New Dialogue,
And all the Original Music with the addition
of the New and Popular Songs and Choruses
from

"OLIVETT E,"
Entitled
The Torpedo and the
Whale
By Fannie Wallack and full chorus Songs from
BILLEE TAYLOR and TFIE LITTLE DUKE
with a fine Band. This will be the Musical
events of the Season.

The Steamtug will leave
St. Georges at 5 p.m. precisely, and Ham.
ilton at 11 Sharp.

ing St. George's friends
will kindly remember only Four Shillings
round trip and reserved Chair to see the new
Pinafore.


) For further particulars see Programmes


UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF- m lruiU 0.
FICE ST. GEORGES, August J, 1881. August.2, 1881.
J Carlton, Thomas Richardson (St David's), Dan- -HA.LIFAX, Nova Scotia, July 25.-lHer Majesty's
ial B Richardson, Joao Perine de Senced, l3eijamiin ship Tenedos, on the way to this port, from St. John,
Simmons, Brig Samuvl Davis," Mrs Henry smith, ran aground at Digby. She was got off in a short
William Talbot. time, the only damage sustained being a slight leak.


Properly manned and equipped, for the use of
the HEALTH OFFICER at Hamilton, for three
years, to commence on the first of September
next
Security in the sum 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, 5 p
! July 7th, 1881. u np.
S12th, 19th, 26th July; 2nd and 9th August.


HAMILTON, 30TH JULY, 1881.
THE Undersigned, with the view of afford-
: H ing some recreation during the two en-
suing Hot Months, have agreed to close their
respective places of Business ON EVERY
FRIDAY at 2 o'clock, p.m., from this date to
23rd September, inclusive :-
N. T. Ilutterfield & Daniel Trimingham,
Son, 0. A. Jones,
J. H. Trimingham & Richard.F. Cooper,
Sons, H. R. Hunt,
Lockward & Ingham, Alex. J. Frith,
E. B. Jones, A. H. Robinson,
Adelaide Hodsdon, Ebr. Bell,
per Fannie A. Zuill. W. H. Watlington,
Benj. P. Masters, D. E. Soon,
George Eve, C. H. Robinson,
R. H. Duerden, Samuel Nelmes,
A. Grantham, William Bluck,
W. S. Darrell, Samuel A. Masters.

Electro.-Plating and

Gilding.
1'|iiE Undersigned has for some ime past
- made a study of the above art as an
amusement. The apparatus for the work being
somewhat expensive, he is willing to execute
Orders for any one requiring such work.
Table Forks, Spoons,
and other Plated-ware that has become wrn
can be related at considerably less cost than
sending it away .and thus many an article of the
kind that has become useless, can be inade as
good as new. Jewelry can be gilded, colored or
silvered if required.
All Ordern, left at Nos. 46 and 47 Front
Street, Hlamilton, will be promptly executed
and samples of work may be seen there.
H. A. GRANTHAM,
At Nos. 46 and 47 Front Street,
Hlamilton, Bermuda.
August 1, 1881.-3


Now Landing,
Ex S. S. Flamborough" from New York,
50 Barrels of Ex., Early Rose

POTATOES,
(For table use,)

IN STORE,
SACKS RIC, ".
The above offered at low rates for the Cash.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, August 1, 1881.-1


For ASale,

A NEW COTTIA(J
And a Lot of Land,
In the Town of Hamilton.


The Lot hounds South on th Seventh Longi-
tudinal Street, and North on Utioui Street.
The Cottage was built only two years ago,
and is very strong and substantial, and is in ex-
cellent order, having been recently painted and
whitewashed.
Immediate possession can he given.
For further particulars, apply to
REGINALD GRAY,
Hamilton.
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manner Of skin diseases and internal bumora. .
There are n spirit employedin its manufacture, and
it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
Zd CATARRAH CURED.
DgaR Sta,-I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
ben afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could
t 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
omCalation and acting on the diseased matter in my
stomach, caused by the droppings of the catarrah.
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
eeljng soon passed away, my nervous system was
ranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
he medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
invaluable remedy.
Respeetfully yours,
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
'No. 319 West 10th st., New York, City

RHEUMATISH AND KIDNEY COOIPLAINT.
SIr,-I give 'my testimony with pleasure to the
bene"fial rumltls of your BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidneys we out ou't rder, and the result was rheu-
matilm i0 my right knee, joint swollen twice the
else of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
sine made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges-
tion has improved so that I can eat anything within
reach.
P.F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City,

SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY.-ST., NEW YORK CITY.
DaRa :Sir, --Your justly cetbrated :INDIAN
BLOOD -SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick
Heladcli:e and Dyspepsia, of to years' standing.
It also cured my child of Scarlot Fever, and my
wife of Female complaints.
-. -. GEORC1E 1. REYNDOL

Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl.
man Brothert,- dealers in horse stock), cured of
Dy sopia and Indigestion of many years' standing.
henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect.

CONSTrIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
No. 99 WKST HousToN-sT.,CITY.
SiB,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
ne entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
mry difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it
lathe best medicine that any person can take for
sick headache. ALICE REED

DYSPEPSIA.
DUAR Sis,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
fUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for five
yae,) with the happiest results.
A few doses placed my stomach in a condition to
digest olod-thereby relieving me of those distress-
ng pains expeiefieced by dyspeptics after eating-
end alhotgh it at first caused occasional dizziness
this quickly disappeared on my continuing its use.
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great-
ly benefited.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City.


Nzw Yoax, Feb. 3, 1880
C. Johnson, M.D.,
DxA.R Sta,-I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer-
er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
acute natlre'for over 5 years. During such attacks
death would almost be a relief to her. She was
prescribed for by several doctors without effect.
Nothing gave her relief until she obtained a bottle
of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects
were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It
is a medicine that no houseohuld should be without.
P. YOUNG.
No 261 West Housteen-St., City.
BERMDA, .June 28th, 1880.
DtaR Sta,-This is to certify that I have found
more good in youl INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
.. T -- f -- r f".


Voice.

The F. E. 4 H. Society
Intend holding anf
OLD FOLKS CONCERT
At the
ODD-FELLOWS' HALL,
Hamilton,

On Monday and
Tuesday,
The 15th and 16th August.
Alexandrina Band will be in attendance.
Price of Admission 1/.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Proceeds in aid (f the P. M. E. Church.
Hamilton, July '6, 1881.-2 pd

THE SUN MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
OF
JMOAV TREA1 L, CdANDI .

Incorporated by Act of the Dominion Paulia-
ment in 1865.
Authorised Capital .. .. $1,000,000
Deposited with Dominion Govern-
ment for security of Policy.Hold- 56,000
ers
Assets $3-04 to $1 Liability.
A RELIABLE British Canadian Office, offer-
ing the advantages of a local West India
i Company, with the protection offered by Cana-
dian Laws, which render the Policies virtually
absolute security.
PRESIDENT, SUPERINTEN-
THOMAS Won'UMAN, DENT,
President Molson's J. M. C. DELES DER-
Bank. NIERS.


VICE-PRESIDENT, MANAGER,
M. II. GAULT, Presi- R. MACAULAY.
dent Exch. Bank.
This COMP'NY is now granting to its
West India and Bermuda Policy-holders the
privileges which it has for some time past be-
ing giving to those ia Canada, which is an
unconditional Policy, and is considered to be
the most liberal in the Dominion; it allows
the assured to engage in any occupation, or
reside in any part of the world without paying
extra; it is ilso indisputable on any grounds
after being admitted by the Company.
P. B. TC'cR, M. 1)., R. GORAAM,
Medical Adviser, General Agent,
Bermuda. Bermuda.

To Lease for a term of
Years.
S THAT Delightfully Situated'MAN-
SION in Southampton, on the Great
Sound, known as Glasgow Lodyre" with the
surrounding LANi), of which about eight
Acres are Ali A ILE,; together with a COT.
TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings,
Well adapted for a boarding house. The main
Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corri-
dor the whole length, and thirteen rooms below,
with Kitchen. A most healthy spot and conve-
nient for travelling b ;, i:d or water, the mail
stage betwocn Miangrove Bay (Somerset), and
the town of hlamilton passing thet gate daily up
and down.
Apply oi tlhe Premifise.s
Mayv i7, !881.--3m

| en

'.Tie House and
25 ,ACRES OF LJA. )D,
Lately occupied by the Revd. C. I'. K. (Goombhe.
A Square PIANO FORTE by Collard & Col-
lard, made expressly for ihis climate.
A ,\nJ many Atticles of Solid Mahogany and
C Apply to
MRll. GCOOMJ E,
On the Premises.
Southampton, .June 27th. 1881.--5


COMMISSION AND EXP01PT
R l A I T R
Fine Groceries, Gr'ain, Pr'ovisio tAc., &C.,
4 Front Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.
NEW YORK STORES,
314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip
104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cub'i.
Orders for Groceries, Dry (oods and Goods
of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will
be filled at lowest Maiket rates either direct or
through our ,enrmuda iouse.
N OTIIU i

The Undersigned offers for Sale,
2 BOX CAR ,TS
Without wthee's,
1 Cart A\RN F3S I Buggy l)IT 1O
1 ;ew doubik-11orse hillside PLOUGH
draugh'it rod,
1 good Su.Ltaitial BUGGY
AND,
I Good Sorrel
M $
2ME'A' Z 'A


Miy Medicine thA I have ever taken for Dyspepsm
atd Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from Warranted to be a splendid worker and to give
it to try OR. CLARK.JOHNSON'S INDIAN sas
IILOODSYRUP. All will be sold on easy terms to approved
SAML. G. ADAMS ptuchasers.
---- Apply at once to
Sole Agent for Bermuda, ALONZO PENISTON.
.JOHN A. FOX, FiatNs.
Water Street, St. Georges July 19, 1881.


For Sale,


WHALE BAY FARM
Situated in the Western part of Southampnto
Parish.
1'g1HIS well known FARM, one of the largest
in these Islands, contains 60 acres or there-
abouts, a large part of which is arable, and
stretches from the Sea on the South Side to the
Sound on the North Side. On the South Shore
-there are several Bays suitable for the gathering
of Seawcd, a most desirable .. i:i..-, and
towards ti'e wound Shore there is a Pond from
which can be taken large quantities of mud,
which is adjo considered a desirable f' lri.l'r..
The Buildings are a

D selling House,
A large two story BARN, UoUTHOUSES and
'I'ANNX:, Lesides a fine Well of Drinking
Water, and a brick KILN, with bothi hard and
soft stone quarries near at hand.
Price m moderate.
Persons desirous of visiting this Farm may do
so at any time, and can learn a;.y fathe' parti-
culars by applying to MRi. U. 0. WVIITNEY,
or the Undersigned.
THOSE. J. WAD.SON.
Ilamilton, July 16, 1881.


Wines for the Season.

CP ARET (Imported annually for 23
SSAUTERNE years from same H house n
Bordeaux
HOCK
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELLE
1)0 Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
DO. St. Peray
DO. Swiss
1)0. Saumur
)0' Vouvray
SHlERRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle
GOSLIANG HROS.,
Hamilton and St. Georg,'s.
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881.

Bermuda Ice,
MADE FROM PURE RAIN
WA "ER.
CAN be used under all circumstances without
the danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases affect the system, in the
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m., to G p.m,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. mi., to 10 a.m. De-
livered in Hamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case of
sickness I have made arrangements to deliver
Ice at iny manufacory at any hour, day or night,
Sunday included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
TH OMA S MILES.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.


SPAIN,
EGYPT,
CANADA,
GREECE.


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om
F L E E T
ITALY, DENMARK,
FRANCE, HOLLAND,
ENGLAND, JELVETIA,
THE QUEEN, ERIN.


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


From Liver


Italy, V
Angland,
Bgypt,
Erin,
Helvetia,
Spain,
Italy,
England,
Egypt,1


Wed.


A



S


pool.
June 20
" 27
ug. 8
" 10
" 17
" 24
" 31
3ept. 7
" 14


LONDON
From London.
The Queen,Wed.J uly 2)
Greece, 27
*France, Aug. 93
Canada, 10
Holland, 17
*Denmark 24
The Queen. 31


To Liverpool.
Sat. Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
13, 7-30 a.m.
20, 2 p.m.
27, 6-30 a.m.
"Sept. 3, 12-80 p m.
S" 10, 6-30 a.m.
17, 12-30 p.m.
24, 5-80 a.m.
Oct. 1, 11 a.m,


LINE.
To London.
Wed.Aug. 10, 5 a.
17, 11 a.n
24, 5 a.n
S"" 1, 9-30 a.n
Sept. 7, 3 p.a
14, 9-80 a.w
a1,3 p.m


m.
a.
a.
na.
a.
a.


lThe 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.
$100 to $110 Lond6n.
Steerage pas age $2t1.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York, July 28, 1881.


WT -.. *,a


i ne iaes views I o neu.
-~- --i ALL Persons having CLAIMS against the
E. A, iEiYEv E state of WILLIAM WILLIAMS, late of
Steam Ie rea FacWarwick Parish, are requested to render their
Steam Ice Cream factory. or all Per ID T
A CCOUNTrS tome on or before the Sixth day
[ADIES and Gentlemen now is the time you of August next, and all Persons INDEBTED
L. can enjoy Meyer's Steam Ice Cream made to the ,aid Estate are requested to make pay-
Equal to that in London, Paris, or the United ,ment by that date.
States.i ORMOND T. MIDDLETON,
CONFECTION ERYn made by steam Power Fon
consequently you will always find that Meyer SARAH A. WILLIAMS
sells the best and cheapest confectionery in the Executrix.
Island. FLORENTIUS F. HARRIOT,


each Steamer.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Flamborough froet
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at Ne v
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage ca
tbe tranbfeorred direct.to the Liverpool Steamne
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION
Agents,
29 Broadway, New Yorl
New York, June 7, 1881.


Executor.


21st July, 1881.-2

2 Reward
OFFERED to any one who will give any in-
'formation respecting an Anonymous Let-
ter posted on the 25th of July, directed to
T. N. ROBERTS.
Hamilton, July 29, 1881.-2

For Sale.

A HORSE
TRAP, HARNESS, SADDLE
and Double Bridle.
Apply to DR. SEYMOUR, Boaz,
July 26, 1881.


NOTICE.


2U ana Atout,
Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Qelebrated Brewery of


Prices to suit the times.
I0 E CREAM reduced from Four to TIHREE
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
twenty,Two shillings and sixpence per quart
only.
E. A. MEYER,
Steam Ice Cream Manufactory
Victoria Street, near Fast
Broadway, Hamilton.
June 14,1881.

FOREST LAKE ICE COM-
PANY.
Office at ICE IHOUSE, East Broadway.
rVEH Subscribers would respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand -at the Ice
House of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
N.B.-ICE HOUSE op6n from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will be
open from 7 to 8.
JOHJN B. ST311L ', CO.,
East Broadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf

Mrs. B. E. Smith,

BERMUDA,
S ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.

ALSO,
Having received by "Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
to make up CROSSES, JEWELLERY,
BASKETS, BRIDAL WREATHS, NECK-
LACES, &c.
0P A1ll'Orders lef t at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite the Commissariat Department, "will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 months

S. J. Canton 4 Son,
Watch Repairers and Jewellers
1)EG to inform the Public that they intend
carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late Mn. BAaRTHOLO-
mkEW, Parliament Street; opposite the Pos
(' flice.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE ANI) PLATEI)-WAR E, Musical
BOXES and INSTRiUTMENTS Repaired at
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
satisfaction.
llamiltoin, lMay 21st, 1881.

;Rm's, Ri4becca Swan's

Boarding House
SCAUR HILL, S \IE RSET.

RS. SW AN tenders her sincers thanks to
the 4rmy, Navy, the American Visitors
and to the Public generally, for the liberal pat-
ronage they have extended to her, and desires
to inform them that, with a view to their comfort
she has improved her accommodations by add-
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scuar Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881.




GUION LINE.

United States Mlail Steamers.

{FOf LiW peERPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK


S.VYOMING sails Tuesday June 7, at 1 p.m.
4RIZONA sails Tuesday June 14, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails TuesdayJune 21, at 1 p.m
NEVADA sails Tuesday June 28, at 6 am.
AiiYSSINIA sails Tuesday July 5, at 11 a.t
WYO MING sails Tuesday July 12 at 5, a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly fo
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, anm
carry experienced Ottlcers, Surgeons and Stew
ardesses. 'he Saloon Accommodations ar un
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and th
State Rooms are on main deck opening into th
; aloon, thus securing that great comfort i
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano o:


SON & CO.
BREWERtS,


HALIFAX,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition,
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
Sole Agent,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3rn 3p, 9m I p.

FOR RENT.



RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY
Mir. W. Stanley Whitter,
(Next West of the Royal Gazette" Office)
IS FOR R E.VT,
Immediate possession given.
Apply at the Office of this Paper.
Hamilton, July 26, 1881.

Protection against FIRE
AT THE MOST MODERATE RATE
Can be obtained from the
PHtENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London,
One of 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 DuLy, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CIHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,


Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


Aget.


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

.~L.MIJ.ICK.--AUGUST, 1881


SUN.

ris. sets.

5 23 6 47
5 24 6 46
5 24 6 46
5 25 6 45
5 26 6 44
5 26 6 44
5 27 6 43


q;
bb3


Tide,



1 54
2 42
3 30
4 18
5 6
5 54
6 42


REMARKS.





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every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHEs LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, August


2,


1881.


_4 BE RMIUDA.

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Council.
Friday, 29th July, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President;
SThe Honorable A. J. Musson,
C" Wm. H. Gosling,
s" ames,.H. Trimlngham,
< .Eugenius Harvey,
James tucker, Recr. Genl.,
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, C.R.E.
The two following Resolves were brought up
from the House of Assembly and severally read a
first time:-
A Resolve voting the sum of 476 18/10 to de-
fray the balance of the expenditure on the improve-
ment of Timlin's Narrows Channel, and a further
sum of 70 to complete the improvement of that
Channel,
And,
A Resolve for resuming the balance of the sum
granted for the removal or destruction of the
"Carolina Z."
The Resolve for paying the sum of 60 for the
general purposes of the Bermuda Library, was read
the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. J. H. TrimiDgham in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Reiolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report.
The Bill entitled "An Act relating to certain
money in the Public Treasury arising from the
Sale of Glebe Land in Pembroke Parish-was read
the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend-
ment.
The House adopted the Report.
1 The Rule as to several readings of Bills and
Resolutions on the same day having been suspend -
ed by unanimous consent, the Resolve voting the
sum of 476 18/10 to defray the balance of the ex-
penditure on the improvement of Timlin's Narrows
Channel, and a further sum of 70 to complete the
improvement of that Channel-was read the se-
cond time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Cbairmun reported the Resolve without
amendment.
The House adopted the Report, and the stand-
ing Eule having been again suspended by unani-
mous consent, the Resolve was then read the third
time and passed, and ordered to be laid before His
Excellency the Governor by the Hon. James
Tucker.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 2nd August, a
11-30, a.m.'


Mr. Tucker presented a Report on the Post Office
Accounts.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Monday, 1st August, 1881.-Mr. Cooper present-
ed a Petition from Messrs. Josiah T. Darrell & Co.,
Managers of the Hamilton Coal Association, pray-
ing that the duty paid on certain Coal imported by
them, and since exported, be remitted, for reasons
set forth in the Petition.
The Bill entitled An Act to provide for the
filling up Vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices," was
read a third time.
The Attorney General moved to strike out of
the second clause of the Bill all the words between
the words or Living" in the 8th line and the
word and" on the 15th line of that clause- which
was negatived.
Ayes 10.-Messrs. S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, S A
Masters, T D Middleton, C Peniston, T J Wadson.
Nays 18.-Messrs. N J Darrell, T N Dill, R D
Fraser, J Fowle, W J Frith, A J Hodsdon, C C
Keane, W S Masters, T A Outerbridge, S C Outer-
bridge, A M Oudney, J W Pearman, T J Pear-
man, W R Peniston, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, R.
Tynes W. H. Wilkinson.
Mr. Dill withdrew the amendment of which lhe
had given notice.
The Bill was then passed.
The House, on motion of the Attorney General,
considered in Committee of the whole the message
of His Excellency the Governor, No. 29, relating
to the Salary of the Clerk of the Colonial Secre-
tary.
Mr. S A Masters in the Chair.'
The Attorney General moved that it be recom-
mended to theHouse to order a Bill to be brought
in to readjust the salary of the Clerk in the Colo-
nial Secretary's Office-which was agreed to.
Mr. Dill moved a message to His Excellency the
Governor respectfully requesting that His Excel-
lency will be pleased to direct a copy of the cor-
respondence between the Central Board of Health
and. Captain Osmond B. Outerbridge relating to
the Bark Carolina Z." to be laid before this
House-which was agreed to.
Ordered that the message be sent accordingly.
The following Messages from His Excellency
the Governor:
(No. 30.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander*in-Chief.
With reference to the Governor's Message No. 7
to the Honorable House of Assembly, dated 31st
May, 1881, recommending that the Legislature
should make provision for the appointment of an
additional attendant for the Lighthouse at Mount
Hill on St. David's Island-as the Light House
Commissioners considered that the appointment
of an additional attendant was necessary to ensure
the proper working of the Light. The Governor
has the honor to inform the Honorable House of
Assembly that, with a view to satisfying him-
self as to wether the need of an additional attend-
ant at this Light House might be due in any way
to any defect in the mechanism or in the construc-
tion of the Lights, he requested Captain Barnard-
iston, R.N., in charge of Her Majesty's Dockyard,
to be good enough to authorize Mr. Lloyd the Sup-
erintending Engineer of the Dockyard, to examine
the Machinery and Lights and report theron.


BElgRMU'DAr Mr. Lloyd-found some trifling defects in the
machinery arising chiefly from the cupped leathers
Ab8tract of the Proceedings oJ the Honorable attached to the piston having become too weak
duse of A ssmb1. from loss of elasticity due the effect of climate.
eOf Asseml The weakness causing a leakage in the piston
Friday, 29th July.-The Attorney General gave cylinder which rendered it necessary to wind up
notice, to strike out of the 2nd Clause of the Church the mechanism every 45 minutes, but Mr. Lloyd
Benefices Bill on 3rd reading, the words which re- added that from the general appearance of the
quire presentation to vacant Livings to be sanc- Lamps and Machinery he was of opinion that they
tioned by a majority of Parishioners liable to be had received every care and attention on the part
assessed for Church purposes. of the attendants.
The Petition of Osmond B. Outerbridge, relating On receiving this information from Mr. Lloyd
to the Carolina Z," was read and Committed. the Governor communicated with the Light House
Mr. Keane in the Chair. Commissioners and he. is informed by them that
Mr. Wilkinson moved that the Prayer of the they have sent to England to request Messrs.
Petition be granted-which was affirmed. Chance, Brothers and Co., who supplied the Ma-
Ayes 15-Messrs. T N Dill, A J Frith, H 11 Gil- chinery and the Lamps to be good enough to send
bert, J M Hayward,AJ Hodsdon, WCJ Hyland, T out a new pinion for winding up the Lamp and
D Middleton, T A Outerbridge, S C Outerbridge, some new cupped leathers and the Commissioners
W R Peniston, J W Pearman, T J Pearman, T F add that they expect the articles to arrive here
J Tucker, R Tynes, W H Wilkinson. some time in December next.
Nays 12-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell,F M Cooper, The Governor however has no hesitation in stat-
R J P Darrell, R D Fraser, W J Frith,.S B Gray, S ing his opinion that the need of a third attendant
A Harvey, W S Masters, A M Oudney, C Peniston, at the St. David's Light House is not due to any
T. J. Wadson. defect in the working of the machinery but that it
The House resumed and adopted the resolution rises simply from the impossibility of ensuring
of the Committee, with only two attendants that constant and viligent
Mr. Wilkinson introduced a Resolve granting attention to the working of the Light which is
a sum to Osmond B. Outerbridge for loss sustained absolutely necessary to ensure its efficiency.
by him in the destruction of the "Carolina Z," The Governar has the honor to remind the Hon-
which was read a first time. orable House of Assembly that this Colony raised
A Message from His Excellency the Governor: a Revenue of. 1017 11/8 from Light Dues on
Shipping during the twelve months ending 31st
(No. 29.) March last and that during the same twelve months
R. M. LAFFAN, the expenditure of the Colony for salaries, supplies
Major-General, and maintenance of buildings did not exceed 700.
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.` The Governer is ot opinion that it would be a
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon- judicious measure to devote some of the surplus
orable House of Assembly that he has been re- revenue thus raised to providing for the constant
quested by the Executive Council to inform the and perfect working of the Light without which
Legislature that numerous applications have been the value of the new Light House would be very
received from Receiving House Keepers of the much impaired.
Post Office, representing the inadequacy of their Public Buildings, Ha milton, 1
salaries or allowances and in several instances 1st August, 1881.
tendering their resignations, and to propose to the N
Legislature to increase the amount granted for sal- (No. 1.)
aries of Receiving House Keepers by the Post R. M. LAFFAN,
Office Act No. 40 of 1879, Clause VII, from 250 Major-General,
to 500 per annumrni. at the same time to in- Governor and Commander.in-Chizef.
orease the amount provided for under Clause V for With reference to the Governor's Message No.
Af delivery of letters at Hamilton and St. George's 45, of last Session addressed to the Honorable
from 35 to 90. House of Assembly and dated Mount Langton,
The Governor desires to point out to the Honor- 27th December 1880-conveying to the Honor-
able 14ouse of Assembly that the business of the able House, by order of his Lordship the Secretary
Post Office has increased very much within the last of State for the Colonies, his Lordship s reply to
few years, and that the income derived from the the Address of the Honorabbe House to His
Post Office by the Colony has increased enormous- Honor the Acting Governor, dated 16th August,
ly and is still increasing. Under such circumstan- 1880, which had been transmitted to the Secretary
ces the Governor thinks it only right that a moder- of State in compliance with the request of the
ate proportion of the increased Revenue should be House-the Governor being now about to leave
devdted to improving ;he Post Office Service and the Colony on leave of absence and thinking it
remunerating the servants of the Post Office for desirable that before leaving he should place the
the increased work thrown upon them. In the Es- Hono'.able Hlouse in possession of the latest in-
timate fur Miscellaneous Expenditure Vote 18 laid formation connected with the financial questions
before the House by the Governor with bis message to which bis Lordship the Secretary of State has in-
No. 10 ol 3rd June 181, a sum of 250 was pro- vited the attention of the House-had the honor to
posed for this service for Expenditure during the forward to, the House a report dated 29th June,
year 1881-2. 1881, addressed to him by the Honorable the I*--
It would cause very great inconvenience to the ceiver General, which appears to him to convey
Public if. owing to the insufficiency of the funds much valuable information as to the.financial con-
provided by the Legislature for the maintenance of edition of the Colony and as to the manner inl
Receiving Houses and delivery of letters, the which the financial business of the Colony is con-
Governor should be compelled to suspend that ser- ducted.
vice in one or more of the Parishes. l'his information the Governor has no doubt will
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1 be of great assistance to the Honorable House in
27th July, 1881. j determining what course of action to take to-
Mr. Dill gave notice that on the 3rd reading of wards improving the financial administration of
the C1 urch Patronage Bill" be will move to add these Islands.
a Clause providing ihat the Lay Members of the Public Buildings, Hamilton,
Synod shall be increased. 1st August, 1881. J
The Attorney General moved that the Bill to Adjourned to Friday next.
amend the Bermuda Lighthouse Act of 1877 be
again committed, which was negative. Orders :
Ayes 6. Nays 15. Petition from Managers 'of the Coal Association.
Mr. Hayward moved that a Message be sent to Governor's message relating to casual assistance
His Excellency the Governor respectfully request- in the Post Office in Hamilton during the illness
ing that he would be pleased to furnish the House of the Clerk.
of Assembly with any information in his possession Governor's message relating to increased allow.
respecting the Lamp Machinery of the St. David's ance for delivery of Letters.
Island Lighthouse-which was negatived. Resolve in favor of Osmond B. Outerbridge.
Ayes 5. Nays 11. St. David's Light House Bill.


IRISH-AMERICAN WAR ON GREAT BRI
TIAN.-A CONSIGNMENT OF INFERNAL 9
MACHINES.
LONDON, July 25.-In the House of Commons
to-day Sir William V. Harcourt, Home Secretary,
in reply to Viscount Sandon (Conservative), said the
report of the discovery of internal machines at Liv-
erpool was substantially correct. He said that the
Home Office, on arrival of the vessels referred to in
the report, had sent two detectives to Liverpool, and
that six machines were discovered in one vessel and
four in the other. The Home Secretary further
stated that more than three weeks ago the Govern-
ment was informed of consignments from America
to England of infernal machines, the names of the
vessels being given. Investigations to discover the
originators of the conspiracies, he said, are proceed-
ing here and in America. He believed the conspira-
cies were connected with the avowed projects of the
Fenian press in America. Hecouncluded as follows:
"It isi my firm belief that the American Govern-
ment is as desirous as the English Government to
suppress such crimes."
Sir William Harcourt stated that each machine
contained eleven cartridges, each of which was charg-
ed with nitro-glycerine and a compound of the na-
ture of and similar to gun cotton. One of the sup-
posed cement barrels had in all fourteen pounds
of this dangerous explosive material in it, and it is
impossible to estimate the fatal effects of even an
accidental concussion upon such a mass. The Gov-
ernment, he said, are employing every resource to
discover the consignors and consignees of the ma.
chines, having only received the warning a few hours
before the steamers arrived at Liverpool. For the
last nine months open threats of such outrages have
appeared in the Fenian Press of America, and sub.
scriptions have been openly collected for the purpose
He said he thought the principal origin of these at-
tempts at assassination was the press. England had
shown in the case of the P reiheit that she is capable
and ready to deal with criminals no less in our in-
terest than that of foreign States, and it was the duty
of every civilized Government to co-operate in put-
ting down with a strong hand these nefarious at-
tempts. After expressing confidence in the good-
will of the American Government the Secretary
said : It is to their interest as much as to ours,
for the danger is as great to Americans as to Britons
crossing the Atlantic. Her Majesty's Government
have been long fully alive to their responsibility in
this matter, and confidently count on the support of
Parliament and the country while they employ
every engine of the law and the power of the Ex.
ecutive to destroy these associations of assassins."
In the House of Commons to-day Sir William
V. Harcourt, Home Secretary, said the American
Government had not yet replied to the representa-
tions made by this Government in regard to incite-
ment to outrage. No representations he said had
,yet been made in regard to dynamite plots.
Sir William V. Harcourt, replying to a question
relative to a revolutionary congress, said: With
opinions, however extravagant and wicked, the
Government had no authority to deal if they are not
associated with crime,"
LONDON, July 26.-The Daily News, in its lead-
ing article, discussing the Liverpool infernal ma-
chine discovery, says : America cannot, out of
regard for her own citizens who may be crossing
the Atlantic, as well as to the general principles of
humanity, refuse to join us in suppressing this in-
famous traffic."
The Times in an editorial on the Liverpool infernal
machine discovery says: "We may count, no
doubt, upon the co. operation of the United States
in the effort to bring to Justice the men who are the
enemies of their kind. The last days of Dean Stan-
ley were disturbed by anonymous letters warning
him that it was intended to destroy or injure his be-
loved Abbey, and he did not think it right wholly to
ignore them." The Times adds that the impression
has gained possession of the authorities that some of
the infernal machines were intended for use in the
House of Commons, but that the precautions taken
render improper access to any part of the Palace
utterly impossible. Several Irish members indignant-
ly condemn the conduct of the consignors of the
machines.
BosToN, July 25.-The Advertiser to-morrow will
state, with reference to the shipment of American
infernal machines to Europe, that the Cunard
steamer Malta, on her last outward trip, took out
ten barrels of what purported to be cement. It was
an innocent looking sort ot black earth and was
promptly accepted as freight. On opening,the barrels
ati Liverpool the custom's officers found in one of
them some clockwork machinery. It is not known
whether the explosive compound was attached to
the machine or not. The statement that O'Donovan
Rossa's name was found in some of the barrels is
not credited here. The names of the consignor and
consignees employed in the shipment may have
been fictitious. Any forwarders of such goods under
false pretences are liable to vigorous prosecution
both here and in England.
America as a Base rf War by Infernal Machines-
British Eapectations of the American Goverrment and
Police-The Alabama Case Cited.
LOIDON, July 26.-The British press, irrespect-
ive of the politics of the individual papers, agree
in expressing the belief that England can. rely on
the good faith of America in endeavoring to pre-
vent a renewal of overt attempts by conspirators
against the British Government.
The Manchester Guardian says: "America will
doubtless omit no effort within its capacity to dis-
charge its obligations not only toward internation-
al fellowship but the common interests of humani.-
ty. The difficulty is to see what more America can
do to prevent infernial machines from being ship.
ped than England to prevent their landing." The
same journal doubts the wisdom of asking the
Federal or State authorities to put a check on the
safety \alve supplied by the vaporings of the Feni-
an press
The Standard" thinks that the police could
surely by this -time have discovered something as
to who shipped the infhrnal machines. Public
opinion," it soys, will demand a lull inquiry, and
we are sure the American Government, will con-
sistently with its own municipal law, show every
desire to help us. We hope due diligence' will
now bear the same interpretation as in the Alaba-


ma case. We demand no danairas; we only ask
tieadly aid in checking art infamnus conspiracy."
T'J'e '-uMoriing Post" thii.ks the time has
comei r~eu America should adopt a similar atti.
tude toward O'Dunovan R.)ss-a, and others who
abuse tier hospitably, as England did toward
Johann Most. As regards attempted repetitions
ofl rh outrages," it says, we will not do America
the lujustice of supposing that only a sense of
the peironal risk to her own citizens will induce
her to take strong measures."
LONDJN, July 27.---bere is tolerably conclusive
evidence that the infernal machines were intended
to explode in the stamei's old, as they were so
caietully packed as to esist concussion.
MiaLy liish members of Parliament lave ex-
chaugtd l iews as to the pro priety of issuing a
maniltsto signed by the whole ol the Home Rulers
and addressed to Irishmen in all pa ts of the
world, protesting against secret attempts on En-
glish lives and property. Several influential Home
Rulers, however, oppose the proposal on the
ground that the manifesto is unnecessary, in the
lace ol their well-known disappiuval of such at-
Lempts. Mr. Parnell will decide the question at
Issue.


THE PRESIDENT.
WASHINGTJN, July '.26.-This evening's bulletin
has done more toward reviving, confidence in the
President's recovery, than any official announce-
ment since last Friday. The fact that after this
morning's painful operation the President has had
less fever, has taken a larger quantity of nourish-
ment, and has rested more comfortably than on
yesterday, is received on all hands as very gratify-
ing news. One important feature of the case
should not be lost sight of. Last week there were
discharged from the wound a piece of cloth about a
half inch square, besides two or three collections of
cotton and woolen fibres and a bit of broken rib.
The pieces were removed to-day, and it is now re-
garded as quite probable that there are no other
foreign substances of this sort within the wound,
though this calculation may prove to be erroneous.
At any rate it is regarded by the surgeons as good
reason for gratulation that these sources of danger;
and disturbance have been so largely removed
and it should not be forgotten that, as Dr. Agnew
expresses it, the surgeons .now have the wound
much better in band than at any time since the
shooting. These are very hopeful features of the
case, though they don't necessarily assure recovery.
The surgeons admit the possibility of future blood
poisoning, ard of abscesses and serious disturban-
ces from pus pockets and from the ball itself. They
are encouraged in tha hope that these dangers may
not arise, or that if they do come the President
with surgical assistance will master them, and that
is about all that can now be safely said regarding
the outlook.
(LATER.)
EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 28-8-30 a.m.-The
President has rested well during the night. No
rigor or febrile disturbance has occurred since the
bulletin of yesterday evening. The improvement
in his general condition is distinctly perceptible.
He appears refreshed by his night's rest and ex-
presses himself cheerfully as to his condition.
Pulse, 92 : temperature, 98'4; respiration, 18.
D. W. Bliss, J. K. Barnes,
J. J. Woodward, Robert Reyburn,
F. H. Hamilton,
A CHANGE OF ROOM.
(LATEST.)
WAsHINGTON, July 28-11 A. M.-The dressing
of the wound this morning showed that during
the night the discharge had been more than usual-
ly free. The pus this morning was copious and
perfectly healthy, and all the symptoms were en-
couraging. After allowing the patient to rest
for half an hour, the/removal which was decided
on yesterday was begun.
The President has taken more nourishment this
morning than for several days, but no solid food.
His stomach is acting satisfactorily.

EXTENSIVE BANK ROBBERY-RAGING
EPIDEMIC.
HAVANA, July 22.-Two employes of the branch
office at Matanzas of the Spanish Bank of Cuba
fled, with two accomplices, on board the Spanish
steamer Alicante, which one of the accomplices
bad chartered under the pretense that he intended
to fetch cattle from Alvarado, Mexico. The em-
ployes robbed the office of $200,010 in specie. The
bank officers say that the amount stolen is not yet
fully ascertained. The Alicante left Matanzas on
the 19th inst.
The French Steamer Ville de Brest, which arriv-
ed yesterday from Vera Cruz, was prohibited from
landing at Vera Cruz in consequence of the ter-
rible epidemics of yellow fever and smallpox there.

THE CIVIL WAR IN AFGHANISTAN.
LoNDON, July 27.-An official dispatch from the
Viceroy to the Home Office says: Letters from
Kandahar, dated the 22nd inst., says that Sirdar
Ghulam Mohineeddin, son of Kohindil Khan, who is
now with Ayoob Khan, is endeavoring to mediate for
a peaceful settlement. The Ameer's Governor in-
sists on Ayoob Khan's forces retiring as a condition
of negotiation. Ayoob Khan's army is weak and ill-
provided. The Ameer's regular torce is certainly
stronger, but Ayoob's partisans are actively stirring
up the country so that any delay would be unfavora-
ble to the Ameer.
A dispatch from Bombay to Reuter's Telegram
Company says: According to reports from Kanda-
har, Ayoob Khan's army has crossed the Helmund
River, below Girishk, and is marching on Kandahar
by the way of Band-i-Timur, on the Argaud-ab
River."
LoNDON, July 28.-A correspondent at Lahore
says 1,600 men und(r a son of the Khan of Lalpoor
are marching to the Ameer's aid. Ayoob Khan left
Karezi Sated, 20 miles from Girishk, suddenly on
the 20th inst.

THE TROUBLES OF RUSSIA.
LONDON, July 27.-A dispatch from Berlin says a
letter from Russia states that there have been many
persons arrested and several expulsions from St.
Petersburg in connection with the discovery of ano-
ther plot against the life of the Czar. An ex-Nihilist,
who had betrayed his companions, has been assassi-
nated in the outskirts of the capital. There have
been six arrests in conr.sequence. An accomplice ot
Solovieff was also captured, and there have been many
other arrests.
LIVERPOOL, July 27--A London correspondent
says he is informed that the United States Govern-
ment has intimated its disinclination to join in the
proposed general representation on the subject of the
treatment of the Jews in Russia, on the ground that
it has already instructed its Minister to Russia on,
the subject.
ST. PeTaRSnute, July 27.-President Taureda, of
the Provincial and Territorial Assembly, has sum-
moned a criminal court for the trial ot persons
charged with political offenses.
The Siberian plague is decreasing in the Govern-
ment of St. Petersburg. Altogether 17 persons were
attacked with the disease at New-Ladoga, of whom 8
have died.
LONDON, July 28.-An English resident at Koursk
writes denying, on the authority of the Governor of
that province, the statement that 119 men and girls
were shit in a barn for refusing to work and were
burned to death by a village mob setting fire to the
building. He says a shed was burned in which a
number ol women had been quartered, but nobody


was killed. The cause of the fire was unknown.

FRANCE IN AFRICA.
LONDON, July 27.-The Paris newspapers publish
the following advices from Tunis:-" The Bey bas
taken every measure to secure public safety in the
environs of Tunis and Goletta, and is preparing for
the organization of the army with a view to main-
taining public order throughout the country. The
occupation of Gabes by the French has produced a
great impression on the Arabs." A despatch to the
Times from Berlin says that no importance whatever
is attached there to the rumors of a desire of Italy to
join the Austro-German alliance. Prince Bismarck
would certainly refuse any overtures to th t effect, as
their only object could be to check the French oper-
ations in Africa. A despatch to the News from
Tunis reports that the French have occupied Djerba.
A dispatch from Tunis says that the Bey's troops
have deserted almost en masse. The French entered
Gabes by surprise, without resistance, but had to
take two neighboring villages by assault. M. Bar-
thelemy St. Hilaire stated in the Senate Monday
that every effort had been made to effect a good un-
derstanding with England, and lie trusted with suc-
cess.


Important Stage of the Land Bill Passed.-London,
July 22.-The House of Commons went into Com-
mittee on the Land bill this evening. The consid-
eration of the bill in committee was finished amid
loud and prolonged cheers, and the bill was then
ordered to be reported to the House.
Mr. Gordon, convicted of having, after his arrest
under the Coercion act, incited a crowd to murder
has been sentenced to one year's imprisonment.
Mr. O'Donnell (Home Ruler), member of Par-
liament for Dungarvan, writes to the Times, claim-
ing that the Government have virtually abandon-
ed the emigration clause of the Land bill by insert.
ing the provision limiting the expenditure to 200,
000, to be spread over a period of three years.
But for this concession, he says, the Government
conld only have passed the clause after expelling
all the Home Rule members. As the Clause now
stands the Home Rulers regard it as a complete
fiasco.
The Land Bill.-LONDON, July 26.- In the
House of Commons this evening, on the consider.
tion of the Committee report on the Land bill, the
clause proposed by Right Ron. Hugh Low, At-
torney General for Ireland, providing that no
Land Commissioner shall be capable of sitting in
the House of Commons during his tenure of office,
was agreed to.
The London Press Association says it has the
highest authority for stating that there is not the
slightest foundation for the reports telegraphed
from America that the Marquis of Lorne contem-
plates resigning the Governorship of Canada.
Lord Granville has addressed a circular to her
Majesty's agents abroad informing them of the
decision of the Government to make no pecuniary
advaucea in the future to ransom British subjects,
when acting in no public capacity, in the event. o
their capture by brigands.
A dispatch to the News from Tunis states that
the British claim for damages during the bombard-
ment of Sfax, amounts to 6,000,000 francs, and
-the claims of other nations to 20,000,000 -

DEAN STANLEY'S FUNERAL.
LONDON, July 25.-Although 3 o'clock this
afternoon was the time announced for the- opening
of Westminister Abbey for the funeral of the late
Dean Stanley, a crowd began to assemble at noon,
and by 2 o'clock fully twice as many persons had
assembled as could possibly be accommodated. The
Prince of Wales was present. and other members
of the royal family were specially represented.
The decorations of the coffin included a wreath
of roses sent by the Queen with a note in her own
handwriting bearing the words: "A mark of sin-
cere affection and high esteem from Victoria."
There are also wreaths from well-known Ameri-
cans in London.
Matthew Arnold, the eminent writer ; Right
Hon. William Henry Smith ; the Bishop of Exe-
ter; |Right Hon. William E. Forster, and the
Duke of Westminster were among the pall-bear-
ers. The Archbishop of Canterbury presided at
the grave. Many persons present were deeply
affected.
The Times says that 80 Conservative Peers met
at Lord Salisbury's house on Saturday. Lord Sal-
isbury severely criticised the principles of the
Land bill, but recommended that no division be
taken in the House of Lords. On its second read-
ing several amendments will be proposed.
Arthur Lefroy, accused of the murder of F. J.
Gold, on the Brighton railway express train, June
27, has been committed for trial.


A CARD.
S'i HE Undersigned respectfully direct the
attention of the MJE IRCHANTS OF
BERMUOA to the fact that for some years past
he has 1 cen connected with the House of
H. I. & PF. B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and .Manufacturers of Food
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and !ludson Stre ts,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries 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 Meshbs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. z% trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
New York Cit
December 21, 1880.-1rn2

Notice.

BY recent Instructions from the Mirine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notuified that in'
accordance with the P'olicies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster mas be examined and approved by me
as to quaaaities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of ihe same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND,
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriter,
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia
Ballhimore, New ('Orle.ns, &'.
St. Gorge's, liermudl, 14th Feby., 1881.


AMERICAN WATCHES.


T HE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on huand by the Undersigned : Any grade Mlove-
inent not in Stock will be furnished at lie'
1lanufactor's list price. Also, make to order
anq style of Case with Cret, Monogram, &c.,
anigraved.
Remember the Ameridan Watch Co. received
the Gold iedl at tte lIte Paris Ethilitini.
E. CHILI)
Front Street, I I.tnil on,
Dec%. 16, 187S. 1 u.o.o.




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