Group Title: 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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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 33.-Vol. LYZE. T aiiUPER WAS ANTZQUA3 S aft L


Hrnoilte'a, erintoda, Tuesday, dungusf 16, 1881.


BERMUDA. ..,

Proceedingsof the Honorable Legislative
Council.

Tueday, 9th August, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Prsoms-His Honor Josiah Bees, Chief Justice;
President;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
66 Wm. H. Gosling,
6* James H. TrImingham,
a Eugenius Harvey,
i James Tucker, Reor. Genl.,
"s R, E. Webster, Col. Secty.
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the
filling of vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices in these
Islands," was returned from the House of Assem-
bly with the following Message:-
Mr. Praident and Gentemen of the Legislative Council;
We are directed by the House of Assembly to
return to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act to provide for the filling of vacant
Ecclesiastical Benefices in these Islands," and to
acquaint your Honorable House that the Assembly
have not concurred in the amendment proposed by
your Honorable House to be made thereto.
Sessions' House, 8th August, 1881.
The House took into consideration the Message of
the House of Assembly of the 8th inst., relative to
the Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the filling
of Vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices in these lalands."
On motion being made that the Bill as returned
from the House of Assembly be re-.committed-it
was agreed to.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
On motion being made that the Committee rise-
it was unanimously agreed to.
The following message from His Honor the Act.
ing Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secre.
tary:-
(No. 20.)
E. C. GORDON, I
Acting Governor and Commander-in-C4f.
The Acting Governor has the honor to Inform
the Honorable the Legislative Council that in the
year 1879 the Corporation of St. George's entered
into communication with the Governor, with a
view to obtain the extension of the Military Tele-
graph line into the Town of St. George-the Cort
portion undertaking to provide an Office if tha.
were done. The House of Assembly in that yeur
agreed to place a sum of 100 on the Estimates
for the purpose of extending the Telegraph line
from the Royal Engineer Office into the Town, and
the Commanding Royal Engineer subsequently ob-
tained the sanction of the War Department for the
execution of this work.
The Acting Governor desires to bring the fore-
going facts to the notice of the Honourable the Leg-
islative Council In order that, if the Legislature
should see fit to make provision for this service, the
sum of 100 may be placed at the disposal of the
Executive for the above named purpose.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
6th August, 1881. J
Adjourned to Friday next, the 12th Instant, at
11-80, a.m.



4.tract of AM Proceedings of the Honorable
l Rouse of Aembly.
Weda y, 10th August.-On motion of the At-
torney General the Acting Governor's Message No.
88, relating to the extension of a Telegraph line to
the Townf of St. George, wasconsidered In Commit.
tee.
Mr. Cooper Ina the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom.
mended to the House to order a Bill to be brought
in to make an appropriation for extending the Mi-.
litary Electric Telegraph into the Town of St.
George on a suitable Office being provided by the
Corporation of that Town for the purpose-which
was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution
of the Committee.
The ten day rule touching the passage of Resolves
being suspended, the Resolve ]Foviding for casual
assistance in the Post Office Hamilton, was read a
third time and passed.
Mr. Hayward presented a petition from the May.
or, Aldermen and Common Council of the Town of
St. George praying for a grant of money for the ex.
tension of the Military Telegraph line to that Town
upon the use of an Office being provided in the
basement of the Town Hall.
Mr. Wadson introduced a Bill to make provision
for the apprehension of Deserters from Foreign
Veesels-which was read a first time.
The Bill to amend the Act to provide for the
Salaries of the Colonial Secretary and his Clerk, was
read a second time and Committed.
Mr. Kean in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved the 1st Clause.
Mr. Wilkinson moved an amendment, which was
The 2nd Clause agreed to.
The Attorney General moved that the first blank
be filled up "125."
Mr. Wilkinason moved 115 which was affirmed.
Ayes 27. Nays 8.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the blanks
filled up and it was adopted and ordered to be en*.
grossed.
The Bill entitled "An Act to amend the Post
Office Establishment Act 1879," was read a third
time.
Mr. Tynes with leave withdrew his proposed
amendment to the Bill.
The Attorney General moved an amendment to
the Preamble, which was agreed to and made.
The Bill was then passed.


The Attorney General gave notice of amend.
ment to the Colonial Secretary's Clerks Salary Bill
oa 8rd reading, to add to third Clause the first
Sof sabch annual increases of salary to take effect
* from and after the thirtieth day of June one thous-
* and eight hundred and eighty two."
Adjourned to Monday next.


To Mth Editor of the Bermuda Royal Gaette.
THANKS FROM NEW HARBOUR, NEW-
FOUNDLAND.
Szi,-By last mail I received from the Lor-
Bishop of Newfoundland, a cheque for 15 ster,
ling, lately sent him by Mr. Randall, of Bermuda
being the proceeds of an Entertainment kindly
given last winter on behalf of the building fund of
the New Harbour new Church which is to take the
place of the old Church which was ruined by the
panic therein last September during his Lord-
ship's visit.
I venture to ask permission to acknowledge the
receipt of this very welcome contribution to our
funds: and to thank those who have so kindly in-
terested themselves in the undertaking; and this 1
do most heartily.
The exceeding poverty of my'people last fall and
winter, consequent upon the failure of the fisheries
last summer, prevented anything being done to the
Church: we still use the school-ioom for services.
I hope however it may be finished this fall. 20
or 30, with what the people can do themselves,
will I think be sufficient to accomplish this.
When add that I am building two other chur-
ches, and three school-chapels in various parts of
my extensive mission, and that the poverty here is
so great that I was compelled last winter to spend
some 80 in provisions simply to keep the people
alive, and that I have still to raise the greater part
of this amount, your readers may well imagine how
very acceptable the Bermuda 15 were. The 80
above mentioned was worked out" chiefly by the
Norman's Cove and Chance Cove men on their
Churches, at the rate of 1/6 a day: which they were
thankful enough to get at that time.
ARTHUR C. WAGBOWE.
New Harbour,
Trinity Bay, Newfouudland,
June 25th, 1881.

PRESIDENT GARFIELD'S ILLNESS.
THE GLADSTONE LETTnR.
The following is Mr. Gladstone's lettr to Mrs.
Garfield:
LONDON, July 21.
Dear Madam.-You will, I am sure excuse me
though personally a stranger, for addressing you
by letter, to ,nnvey to you the assurance of
my own feeliagi and those of my countrymen
on the occasion of the late horrible attempt
to murder the President of the United States,
in a form more palpable at least than that of
the messages conveyed by telegraph. Those feel-
ings have been feelings in the first instant of sym-
pathy, and afterwards of joy and thankfulness,
almost comparable with, and I venture to say only
second to, the strong emotions of the great nation
of which be is the appointed head. Individually
I have, let me beg you to believe, had my full share
in the sentiments which have possessed the British
nation. They have been prompted and quickened
largely by what I venture to think is an ever
growing sense of harmony and mutual respect
and affection between the two countries and of the
relationship which from year to year becomes more
and more a practical bond of union between us.
But they have also drawn much of their strength
from cordial admiration of the simple heroism
which has marked the personal conduct of the
President, for we have not yet. wholly lost the
capacity of appreciating such an example of chris-
tian faith and manly fortitude. This Exemplary
picture has been made complete by your own
contribution to its noble and touching features,
oa which I only forbear to dwell because I am
directly addressing you. I beg to have my re-
spectful compliments and congratulations con.
veyed to the President, and to remain,
Dear madam,
With great esteem,
Your most faithful servant,
W. E. GIADSTONx.
Mr. Blaine telegraphed Mr. Lowell as follows:-
I have laid before Mrs. Garfield the note of Mr.
Gladstone just received. I am requested b her
to say that among the many thousand manifesta-
tions of interest and expressions of sympathy which
have reached her none have more deeply touched her
heart than the kind words of Mr. Gladstone. His
own solicitude and condolence are received with
gratitude, but far beyond this she recognizes that
Mr. Gladstone rightfully speaks for the people
of the British Isles, whose sympathy in this nati-
onal and personal affliction has been as quick and
sincere as that of her own countrymen. Her chief
pleasure in Mr. Gladstone's cordial letter is found
an the comfort which it brings to her husband.
The President is cheered and solaced in his pain.
ful and weary way to health by the many messages
of sympathy which in his returning strength he
safely receives and most gratefully appreciates.

Electro.Plating and
Gilding.
rpilE Undersigned has for some time pas
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 worn
a< .a ranlatad at conalidrahi laa conat than


ONCE AGAIN! ONCE AGAIN Required.
E children of Warwick School intend -

VOCAL & LITERARY A SATMAK R.


ENTERTAINMENTS,
(Which will be accompanied with Instrumen-
tal Music,)
IN THEIR SCHOOL ROOM,
ON THE
Evenings of the 16th & 17th inst.
Proceeds in aid of the Repairs of the School.
Admission 6d.
Doors open at 7'30. Concert to commence
at 8 precisely.
0ttThe Patronage of the generous Public is
most earnestly solicited.
August 9th, 1881.-2


Dingy Regatta Notice.

THE Members of the UNION YACHT
- CLUB of SOUTAMPTON respectfully beg
to notify their Patrons and the Public gene-
rally, that their ANNUAL RACES will take
place in the Little Sound on the 19th inst., at
noon. The 1st Race, for the CHALLENGE CUP
of the Club. The 2nd Race, open to All
Comers. Entrance fee, 10/, and each party
entering a boat to be a subscriber of 4/. All
boats must be entered by the 15th inst., and
measured by water line at the public wharf,
Southampton (East), on the 18th inst., from 10
A.M. to 5 P.M. Entrance fee can be paid to ei-
ther of the Stewards. The winning boat to get
two-thirds of the amount realized; 2nd boat
one-fourth. Other particulars made known
on the day of sailing.
JOHN J. SIMMONS,
WM. JAMES,


Southampton, August 6th, 1881.


81.wards.


PR OM.E.X.WDE


Will be held at the
"CONCERT HALL" of F. M.
Cooper, Esqr.,

ON FRIDAY,
19th instant.
There will be offered for Sale a few Fancy
Articles, also a Supply of Refreshments.
Price of Admission 6d. each.
Doors open at 7*30 p.m. Concert at 8.
A Band will be in attendance.
R. T. W. BASSETT,
Proprietors
Southampton, 8th August, 1881-2

Fbr Rent,

m The House and
25 ACRES OF LAND,
Lately occupied by the Revd. C. P. K. Coombe.
A Square PIANO FORTE by Collard & Col-
lard, made expressly for this climate.
And many Articles of Solid Mahogany and
Cedar Furniture are offered at Private Sale.
Apply to
MRS. COOMBE,
On the Premises.
Southampton, June 27th, 1881.-S
THE SON MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company

MO.NTREAL, CANADA.

Incorporated by Act of the Dominion Pflaia
ment in 1865. /
Authorized Capital .. .. $1.000,000
Deposited with Dominion Govern-.
meut for security of Policy.Hold- 56,000
era
Assets $3-04 to $1 Liability.
A RELIABLE British Canadian Office, offer-
& ing the advantages of a local West India
Company, with the protection offered by Cana-
dian Laws, which render the Policies virtually
absolute security.


PRESIDENT,
THOMAS WORKMAN,
President Molson's
Bank.


SUPERINTEN.
DENT,
J. M. C. DELEs Dzi-
-NIERS.


sending it away and thus many an article of the VICE-PRESIDENT, MANAGER,
kind that has become useless, can be made as M. II. GAULT, Presi. R. MACAULAr.
good as new. Jewellery can be gilded, colored or dent Exch. Bank.
silvered if required.
All Orders left at Nos. 46 and 47 Front This COMPANY is now granting to its
Street, Hamilton, will be promptly executed West India and Bermuda Policy-holders the
and samples of work may be seen there cte privileges which it has for some time past be-
sing giving to those in Canada, which is an
H. A. GRANT HAM, unconditional Policy, and is considered to be
At Nos. 46 and 47 Front Street, the most liberal in the Dominion: it allows
Hamilton, Bermuda. the assured to engage in any occupation, or
August I, 1881.-3 reside in any part of the world without paying
extra; it is also indisputable on any grounds
after being admitted by the Company.
Ti|HE manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to after being admitted by the Company.
A combine with PRIDE OF TIlE KITCII- P. B. TUcKER, M.D., R. GORHAM,
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, hence Medical Adviser, General Agent,
the bad temper manifested. Bermuda. Bermuda.


WAGES 5/. per Day.
Apply to Master Attendant, Royal Naval
Yard.
R. N. Yard, August 8, 1881.-2


COAL.


SToNs Sup or Coal 26/ Ton, de.-
livere on Wharf.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 8th August, 1881.-3 ins.


Wines for the Sea

CLARET lImported annual
SAUTERNE years from same
Bordeau
HOCK
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELLE
DO Scharzburg Muscatel 185
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon
DO. St. Peray
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
DO* Vouvray
SHERRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in be
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years
GOSLIAO BRf
Hamilton and St
Established upwards of
May 28th, 1861.


FOREST LAKE ICE
PANYs
Office at ICE HOUSE, East Bro
qHE Subscribers would respectful
a the people of Hamilton and v
they are now prepared to attend to
or Ice in a first class manner and at t
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand
House of the late Captain Castner, E
way, a supply of ICE throughout th
the benefit of our Customers who m
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our cust
strict attention to our business, we 1
ceiv e a sare of the Public patronage
S a r]r itr-tlrTtE' t.... f_- 91


ason.

ly for 93
House a
I


'To Lease for a term of


years.
B[lit THAT Delightfully Situated MAN-
SION in Southampton, on the Great
Sound, known as "Glasgow Lodge!" with the
surrounding LAND, of which about eight
Acres are ARABLE ; together with a COT-
TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings,
well adapted for a boarding house. The main
Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corri-
dor the whole length, and thirteen rooms below,
with Kitchen. A most healthy spot and conve-
nient for travelling by land or water, the mail
stage between Mangrove Bay (Somerset), and
the town of Hamilton passing the gate daily up
and down.
Apply on the Premises.
May 17, 1881.-3m

Bermuda Ice,
MADE FROM PURE RAIN


WA TElR.
CAN be used under all circumstances without
57 thb danger attending the use of imported
extra dry) lee, which in most cases afec the system, in the
ry)same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
I at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6a.m., to6 p.m.,
I daily. Sunday from 9 a. m., to 10 a.m. Doe-
I livered in Hamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
ttle 12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
in bottle Price Half-Penny per pound.
8O9. For the convenience of the public in case of
S5 sickness I have made arrangements to deliver
.5 eorge's Iet at my manufactory at any Tour, day or night,
50 year.. Sunday included,
Being a Home Industry respectfully asked a.
continuance of the Public Patronage.
GOMo TrOMAS MILES.
H. iamilton, May 31st, 1881.
HE PUBLIC are hereby notified that MR.
adway. J- D. S. NASH, who has represented us
during the season of 1881, has no further au-
illy inform thority to act as our Agent, in any capacity,
vicinity that either in purchasing or soliciting consign-
all Orders ments.
the reason- CHAS. P. WOODWORT & 00C.
at ,he ICA hamilton, August 4th, 1881.-twice pd.


last Broad-
me year for
may require
homers and
hope to re-
* -


Cheap for Cash
At the
DZVON0Z03 DRT OOOD

Per Recent Arrivals,


NIt. UO.-UEB Hue U Ub F i ; penD romu a .m. to
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will be Tinware, GlaSsware,
poen from 7 to 8.CROKERY In great variety.
JOHN B. 8TAHL 4. CO., COCKRaV i greatarity.
SEast Bloadway, Hamilton. B ots and Shoes,
June 21st, 1881.-tf .., &e.
For the accommodation of the people of Hamil.
Fo Sale, 081ton will be open on Friday afternoons and
About 40,000 Lb. evening T as usual. IL ESEY.

F IR E W O 0 Devonshire, August 6, 1881.
Remaining front our Contract Supplies. For Sale
Will be sold cheap in lots, or the whole.


OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Reid Street, August 8, 1881.

Wanted,
A Steady

YOUNG MAN,
To do general work. Liberal wages given.
Apply at once to
JOHLN BARRITT,
Manufacturer of Aerated Waters East
Broadway and Victoria Sts.
Hamilton, July 18, 1881.
Notice
To all who suffer from Headache.
DR. SCOTT'S
ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
Sole Agent
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf

THE PEARL.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
Milk.
WE 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.lThere 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 $3175.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York*


A A Dwelling


And about three Roods of LAND in Paget
Pariah; bounded Northerly and. Easterly by
Lands of the Estate of the Late John N. H.
White; Southerly by the Main Road and West-
erly by a Public Cross Road.-
Apply to


lit August, 1881.


N, H.LUNTo
Hiamilton.


-w-
S. J. Canton Son,
Watch Repairersand Jeweller
BEG to inform the Public that they intend
carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. BAaToLo-
mUW, Parliament Street, opposite the Poet
Office.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY;
PLATE AND PLATED-WARE, Muscal
BOXES and INSTRUMENTS Repaired at
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Ring*
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
satisfaction.
Hamilton, May 21st, 1881.

Notice.



Captain Tucker,
Will call at Bermuda about 21st for PASBN.
GERS for LONDON direct.
For information apply to
R. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Hauiltoa, Agente.
August 9th, 1881.-2

SK your Grocer for A. E. WHYLAND8
SOAP.


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WEEKLY BRIPh O B It
Gibbs' Hill Lighitation ~3erm sAetT
7th and 14th August 1881, height.above
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.

lu!e- 8t J "

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13
14


Ws~v- 4
s. v (-
wiw 'd
s 3
'4w


30,10( 007 F'ine
30-05f 0-0( Etiwq clot
2990( P()-O ,qua Ily
29-8 41 0-60, Phick, sqi
29-9,10 000 F~ine
I ca4~ 0e-M O4F na-


1JOSEPHUSPERINCHIEF.





'- r ,t it ..11it g .t 16,



Prticeedings o the Itonorabla Legislative
C council.

Frida', 12th 4ugust, 1881.-Pursuant to adjouta-
ment the teioae peat.
Preaae-Hl Hopor Josiah lees, Chief J ustie;
... President;
SThe H'tnorable A. J. Msson,
S W iVm. H. Goslintg,
:. Eugenius Harvey,
James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
R. E. Webster, Col. StpAy.
M R. elbsA* jty aftkd' Xietion
foma the Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council
$fe >'pw( St.'10 t eorkd, etI*org f qe a gtaitV of
money for extending the Military Electric 1'ele-
graph into that ToI.'I. V i -
A;.,ResRlve.for.paying tshe sum of 15 for Casual
~sitai ,ce recently .reoq6ired, in the ePost Offide
Qa m IimiltpDo,,dqaing the illness of .be Clerk.
And,
A.Bill entitled, ."An Act to amend the Post
-Qfte ltabUishmaent Act, 1879," wore brought. up
46mi t.he.0aoise of. Assembly and ,averally read
firtnftiae. ;
S'he Rule as to several readings of Bills an4
Resolutiotaon the same day having been suspend-
ed by unailmoiro ouonse, the Resolve for paying
themanm 9of 11lA for,'cs-tal assistance recently re-
qultll ito IPost-Office atF Hamilton, daring the
iligti sofMhe Cletk, was re&d the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
SaiUbe H-on..Rt & Webster .n the Cha. '
The Commigee roe. ". ..
S-e Miinr W por he Resolve without
amendment. *-
4tbe House adopted the report, and the stand-
.ia'Jt.Rle thivihg been again suspended by unia'd-
jiWb4 Mmta the Resolve was then read the third
.tiio:~ed p4sed, and ordered to be laid before -lis
onr hoe Actjp:g Governor by the. lioa. R. E.

djourneda to Tuesday next, the 16th instanty.at


l -t MUDA.

8taet the Proceedings the ionorabi

MnE a Aay.rt Attorney General in-
troduced a Bill to provide f"tMhe extension of the
Military Eleotie'TeIgrapirltio the Town of St.
Georoe- h e1 t w rea a first lime, ,
3U&ai4t I a4 prespnfe& Ai om
Jo'eph Hinson, praying that be ,pay be comp n-
stmed for I1jeimles dtof tb 1it l Property on Mar
ahua al4ajid 4jdronsL d i t blast in
d sane Nhtn alat
vi nity-lor reasops set forth at length in his Pe-
titiohi, .-
"- r 1Bll entitled An Adt1o'aiendthe Act t6
prvide lot si Salari as ol the Coldnial SecretayJ
and his Clerk, was read a third'tine.; --
(D U Ibney lqae4dt a n nendment to
ttfw'rdma 3e A td add "t e T st of ebich annual in.
crtis,4 .nf Salary to. tali effect fmrn aihd aftet teii
-80t day-f Juje, 1882"-ivrhle ras agreed to


Sat om w Y : J. M4 iss F. Nk W"lishae to"OlWce a iiidegsftlly eion& e a tn'a
the Boggs, s A. Darre 1, 31 .L ll U olli and 3 in ttainment hekliu the basement reoms of the New
the sea steerag 'Iteth6dist Church on Friday evening last, and
In the Schooner Helen" from St. Vincent, on which was Well patronisod.
the 8th ins ; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richardi, Child and A largo number of persons-probably not legs
t [;d s iiuhhl 4 1.rser. i t"hin been hindreA--adsemrl d ii the course of
S I 6 Barqe seftia Bas~artived'dn Sunduy" ffoht thb even'n g-'-to are or whom must have called for
New York and, notwithstanding a tedious passage, a good deal of attention, as well as demanded very
hm^;... Vwitfh* fl leakd' e6eftw JXeu 't~4taltifiri l ifit'Wc'ee'apleased to-kh6w too that6tlie
condition. enthusiasm felt in Hamilton in promoting so good
The Steamer "Cortes," trading between- Ralit. -.awork, was largely participated in at St..Georg-s,
-- and New York, was wrecked on Thrum Cap Slrool, the gool people of which place 'sedcued the steanLer
near the former place, on the 7th instant. "Britannia" to convey passeilgh r here
iIy We niutst 6igi'i.tdlath the Methodist people of
nally I First Class Stafft Sergeant Bm Comsarit erau on the fine edifice now nearly completed.
Transport Corps-whose Irorded unudeIr ,M ..mtn,' 1fith il *fe an eofa.tf t oir
the usual heading in this day's issue-served in the Town, as well as a great credit to the denomina-


i defence of Lucknow. He then served in the n few weeks, we understand, this spcous
100th Regiment in Canad, title transferred to the G rburah.-will be -opied aqd.dedidhted for-Tt)4i'ae
Corps in whichlie'die&l ; .* ir'rie 'We loar 'that. af-p6rt6tii of the. old
It is rare indeed that a soldier is now found ir Church premises-has already been negotiated for as
hA ter 34 a' s vie a business place. *
Sergywahg r eted li all The promoters ot the festival of Friday evening,
w i his upeidbr nationn and a#tavn, were rewarded by effecting sales between.50 and
ments made him most valuable at the desk whilst
his soldierlike qualities was the admiration of both I ";
officers and men latest Iroai lihe IuTiited States and
The body of this faithful servant of the Queen Eturopes
was laid in its last resting place in the 'Military The Mail Steamer t, flarlborough," Captain
Cemetery, Prospect, on Friday last, with all the Whitahir-, fromNewYor, lwic. placesheleft,
accompaniment of "i-ta p atade. at the usualW our, on Thursday afternoon last, ar-
The procession, which left Hamilton at p.m., rived at her wharf in this Town at 7 o'clock yes-
was headed by the Royal Irish Rifles, the firing terday morning. She was signalled on the pro-
party ovded by the same Regiment vious evening, but was compelled to anchor at the
with arms reversed; then came the heaCrse, with East End.
six. Staff Sergeants of the.Garrison as Pall Bearers, We are ind ebted .o Capta Witehir Ir.
and" dli the immedliate relatives of the deceased in u p n d Chef Steward Moraine, for
carriages.-The Non. Co. Officers and men of Purser Dupont, and Chif Steward Moraine, for
the Commissariat and Transport Corps And 9f the The ew York pap b ee n exceedingly hot in Am.
Or-ditanu Ste Corpps-numberin abo 50- he weather has been exceedingly hot in Am-
wi tir er, rched y d; er particularly in the Western States and Ca-
the chief mourners and a line of carriages of pri- nada


vae TI enaicit.n, uruIoghtl up rL Iltpr. f
The burial service was performed by- the ReV.
E. Iardey, Chaplain to the Forces. A very large
assemblage gathered round the grave to .witness
the impressive ceremony, which was brought to the
close in the usual manner by three vollies of mus-
ketry. -
Staff-SergeantD Brown wore the Punjauli Medal
with ulasps for Mooltau and Goojerat, and th'e In-
dian Mutiny Medal wiih the. Union Clasp for de-
fence of Lucknow.

A BntMUDIAN AnROXD.-It always affords us
much pleasure in noticing when success attends the
efforts of Bermudnians abroad, to mnakr their mark.
Hitherto- references have been confined to the
Lords of Creation: In the pres-nt lustance, our
referenqe iv~noioeof te renst 4ALx --a Lidy. In
the '- Montreal Gazette" of June 13th, kindly sent
ns,; ndIby note our atien'iin directed to a report
contained therein of tle publin'exa.nipation of the
pupils of a Ladies' Seminary in Montreal, desig-
nated Say-brook Hall," which is under the man-

aslss ant in the said mio~ay Mrs. L try's report
refers specially to Mip 1milhia-., '- who now leaves
Mrs. Lay, with wio'a~ ,the i 1. been for several
summers, to accept a responsible position in Hali-
fax, where she will ba.followed by the best wishes
of her fellow teachers, pupils and fieuda." ,
The Miss Williams, alluded to, is Mi.rs Eliza D.
Williams of the Fiatts, iand he situation she is
about to fill at Halifax, N. R., is thiat of Lady
Principal of St. W\argaret's Hall.

ESCAPED Pnowt GAOL.-A colored boy, named
Ishmael Ralph Robinson Johuston-committed to
Gaol by the Police Magistrate pending an exami-
nation of, a charge for theft, eacaped from the
prison, by scaling the tVmporary board fence on
the north side of the gaol .premuiseson,: the morn-
ing or Sunday last--whist Divine service was being
performed in the prison. Hle was seen to drop
from the fenoe by a female who raised an alarm,
but Johnston was too quick in his movements, and
the last seen of him by those who had replied to the
woman's call, was his going as fast his feet could
carry hi No past, te ,Prtsyteri n .OCbtchi to the
EastwArdr No bla e cat be attached to the Gaol-
er, who is .without an assistant, and has at
the present time fourteen desperate persons to look
after.

Capt. Wmi .'. 114ers',, c M k' xeorges, new
Dredging Machine, commepced operations in the
Harbor of Hbamiltoni yesterday we6k. .We under-
Jtmd sha is tp dredge I alone Salt~irs wharf the
S me fl r nd'it 1 u n~e o, e nd t\o3n
aifll be determined what fourth er can be Tone.


and made. | -.---..
The Bill wi dl dd. E ) EARLY- CLosIya or ":oRs IN SoMEaSET.-The
The Resolvy providing ;for an additionaS buid- Storekeepers of Somerset, or at least a large major-
ing at Noi:*.uc I g rartine, was rea 11"d ity of them, have, decided that during the hot
.t i... weather they will close their establishments at Sun-
set on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
S t, e day, but that on Friday and Saturday the usual late
blank fflldUp.p500, hour for closiI .. be reso|t to. This ar-
't h usv reuined and adopted the Resolve as rangement isXt oorAm A n t 14th instant,
ar i0ed ,ni it wap ordered to be engrossed. and to continue in force till 3rd day of October
SThit prihttn of, Joseph liHson presqotld this day next. This movement wasbf;ade known to the Public
iaB-rad sd eotirdit.tted. br4 int Bi sosted.iuthe Prish q F iay-last.
Mr. Keane in the Chair. O I r a id
The Atterney General moved that it be recom- rA F July 29.-Lieut.-Colonel and
me~7 J* Ho.I t( a Message be sent to the Brevet-Coloael E. C. A. Gordon to be Colonel vice
Muorefo the Council to request that that Hpno- Tilly.
ritbi it(1A.e will appoint a Committee of the Maior(eneral .Si R.R Lafan, K. C. M. G.,
efontT, to-jt.hr'aCommlittee of The Aemhly to R. E.totbb o Lieu.-denerdl.
fo'm- l C* tllttitpby. ti.clAte Lieut. Colonel A. R. MacDonnell, R. E., to be
sta ort& Mr. Joseph inss Petitil, Colonel.
wpitenynitn Ih~nn wht ko Inalon trsp; d UNDER THE NEW ARmY ORGANIZArrox SeHE~r.-
whether any and if any-what compensation is due WAR OFFICE, July 26.- Sir F. E. Chapman, G. C.
d.indoe Ptitlosner for 4h damage allegAed to bV B., Col. Commanding R..- placed on the re-
ben.done to t i rperty by the blasting in Ti- tired list.
hk.'q X srelab6hieh;,waw agreed to. .
J.ue w tu~g~p s 'med and adopted the Resolution. Depitty. Sung. General T. C; O'Leary, M. B., is
Orrteedf, tllir tie Message be accordingly sant to. granted retired pry with-Lhe hon. rank of Surg.
l Cqunci. General. ,
th ....... '" '~ e unoti~e by the4Army and Navy- azetepof July
tAjowned to Wednesdaqnext. 23, t tan sob, 4 et. has
,;,Orde"a: "-- ;been appointed Brig-ado Major on the' Staff in
rdm:- Bermuda vice Captain D. L. Brain, 4th King's
1.. 4AeoJtial l refunl of duty Resolve. Own-, who some time-since resigned that appoiut-
t1. David's Lighthouse Keepers Quarter's Rz- ment.
So le -Lieut. Frank W. Wiley, R. N., is appointed to
For next m etin but one:- ,, H.-M. S.- Griffon, vice Law.
lResolfe in favor ol Osmoad B. Oaterbridge. I I I
Oilter-lart-mcelting next week:- N. NB~W0(k~ lLANb.-i7ratifyg A- teiigence
The apprehensioyu of De erter's ill. Re.qardinq the Railway.
S ) i. ( S Joas, 'NrLD. Aug. 3.-The Executive Govu
CUSTOMf IHOUSE-HAMILTON. rirnent has received by cable from London, the
ETERED. gratifying intelligence That th I New York Railway
,uE .a r Ciiipany, under contract with the -Newfoundlhd
ubt l. ph 2ajoryg#PLtl IG'-vernment to bill four hundred miles of rail-
l3- -< .-te< uthi, xra; rt way through the island, have successLully complex.
13 sses toJ. T. rrell ad Co. -te all financial and preliminary arrangements, and
Bahr. tto:-kie E. Yates,1larris. Jacksonville, Florida will commnence the construction at once. Mr.
?a*tnor Crt 8. hifhlarn. Blackiman, Assistant.- Presilent and Manager of
15 -Mail :teamer Flamborousmin, Whitelourst, New the Newfoundl-nd Railway (Company, is in Lon-
YorK ; Mainl-i and general cargq,-Agents, Trott & don' purchasing steel rails. The Chief Engineer
t'ox. and staff were to leave Liverpool yesterday for
S CLEAIVED St. Johns,
AnyptlO--No:'wegian ,'cthr. Bertha, Lfarten, New
ga Bertha, Laren, Ne 'The British qiiadron engaged in protecting the-
'* Newfoundland fishtrie? has been strengthened by
CUSTOM OTJUSE -ST. GEORGE. the desp.)tAeb of a six-pun sloop to those waters, and
:--- .. ,xrte. ,- .- Capta:'t Ke-nnedy, of lth Druid, who is in charge
rutttft4.i-+3irkEhzL.t ifarse. H]l.is, Kew York; 91 o! the Fishing squadronn will now have four ships
oxen, 50 bbls meal, and biles hay, to Trott'& Cor; "untler his colAfitand. Trouble is feared.
PASSENOiS. ,Barones- Burdett Coatts and husband visit
In the Miil Steaaur '-fluiborough," Esterday America in October,


President Garfield has undergone another most
succesifal operation the particulars of' whiphf 4ill
be found below. : '
The following is a copy of the latest bulletin :
WASH'IINTON,, August 10.-7 p.m.-The Prei-l
dent has passed an excellent day. The drainage
of the wound is now efficient, and the pus secreted
by its deeper portions has been coming away spon-
taneously. The afternoon rise of temperature is
almost a degree less than yesterday and the day
before. Pulse at present, 108; temperature, 101.;
respiration, 19. D. 'W. BLISS.
J, K. B.ARNEs.
J. J. WooDWAnn.D.
ROBEnT REYBtr3i.
Another Operation on the President-The interruption
of the passage from the wound overcome ty a new
inesion-Success of the Operation-The Patient re-
lieved. .
DETAILS OF THE OPERATION. .
EXECUTIVE ]ANSION, 1 p.m. -August 8.-The ne-
cessity for the operation which was performed upon
the President'tbi Irhorning became apparent to the
surgeons yesterday, h4ie they. found that a drain-
age tube of the size hitherto used could no longer
be passed along the track of the ball between the
ribs. Phe process of granulation at that point had
gone on se fa pa ly p o lose ahehwqri and the
ribs prevfed te ptIshidg !,i'.il: df thl fih, which
*V'healin~ fbet epn then% enough< so that the tptbe
cotld be faroduq. Thi resnt'--of .fti-istate 'f
thaigs ws that p fordred in thb deep? parts'Of
the wound rather faster than it could escape through
the half obstructed opening between the ribs, and
its gradual accumulation be.iran 'to cause distur-
bance. It was th,'-fore decided to make a new
opening into the track of the ball below the last
rib, so that the til% should, no 'longer ,preNeet the
kpeping-open of the b otd v4by-the solid backing
which they afforded, to the granulating flesh be-
tween them. The operation was performed, at the
request of the other surgeons, by D-r.-Agnew.: As
soon as the patient had been put under the influ.
enee of ether, a lonx and slightly curved instru-
ment .was introduced into the wound, pushed be-
tween the ribs and carried downwards along the
track of the bullet, until its euna would be felt below
the last riblfrom the outside. Hiding this instru-
ment in the wound as a guide, Dr. Agnew then
made a counter incijion below the twelfth rib; cut'
ting directly through the integument-until his knife
met the end of te s me n ijd instrument at
the point where' whid t c teleoet the track of
the ball. The operation waste neither idi cult nor
dapigris, aInd thepiept ore 4cti4 ii anid the
Stherization extremely well. There is now an
opening to the deeper, parts-of ,the' w.ound, which
does not pass between the rib,'anrd which'can al-
ways be Ropt free and unobstructed, and no further
trouble from the accumulation of pus is anticipated.
Since the operation the President has rested quietly
and is now asleep,. His pulse at this hour is 100,
and he has neither fever nor any other unfavorable
symptom.

ENGLAND-SPEECH FROM MR. GLAD.
S, STOE,
LONDON, August 6.-A banquet was given to the
Ministers at the Mansion House to-night. All the
members of the cabinet were present except Lord
Granville and Sir William Harcourt. Among the
guests wo're sir Garnet Wutsely and Sir. John A.
Macdonal#, ttie-CLtirdian Premier-.
Mj.-Gladstonue, inr reply to a toast to the Minit
ter, a'dWlVtiln the painful 'eores whichsomdtimes
disabled and dishonored the noblest legislative As-
sembly in the world. This state of affairs, he oaid,
renders necessary adequate me sure for'improving
the constitution of this great- legislative instrument.
The consequence has. been that, though representa-
tives of the people never before worked so hard, the
result is most disappointing. After deploring the
necessity for the 'Coercion Bill, he expressed the
hope, though he might be premature in saying so,
that at least one great measure will be placed on
the Statute book. The matter, he said, is still un-
certain and depends upon other hands. ,-
Referring to foreign politics Mr, Gladstone sail:
In spite of -some miscarriages we believe we di c
travelling on the way toward general peace. The.
Afghan strife is a painful lesson, confirming the con-
viction that it was an error to breakup that united
and independent kingdom. We trast our.course will
henceforth only leave on the Afghan mind impres-
sions of our desire for their welfare. .
Mr. Gladstone praised the loyalty of the Boers
during the negotiations. He said there was up reason
why the Transvail, under the shadow of British pro-
tection, should not grow up in the enjoyment of the
same advantages as the other colonies.
Mr. Gladstoie eulogized the action of Sir George
J. Goschen in the Greek negotiations, and concluded
his remarks with a reference to. the British colonies,
saying that there was no statesman worthy of the
name but would almost as soon thirk of renouncing
the namo of Englishman as of renouncing the great
duties of England toward those real portions of the
British Empire.
Mr. John Bright, in a speech at the banquet at
the Mansion House on the 6th said, he had been ad-
vocating changes in the Irish land system for thirty
years. He had studied the subject and felt as strong-
ly upon it as he ever had on any political question,
He believed the Land bill was as great and noble a
u~a.ure as it was possible for Parliament to pass.
He did not doubt that whatever was the passing
passion of the Irish people the time- would speedily
come when they would recognize the endeavor of
the Government to do them right and justice. Mr.
Bright ignored the amendments of the House of


Lord#i add spoke of the Bill as almost ready to re-'
ceive'tlie royal assent.
LeNnoN, August 8.-In the Tiouse of Commofns
this afternoon Mr. Forster Chief Secretary for Ire-
lanid, eplying to various s questions stated that Mr,
John Dilldnbad been'r6lsdead because aTeport hadt
been received that further confinement would en-
danger his life. This report upon investigation was
confirmed by other physicians. Under the circum-
stances it was not thought necessary to ask Mr.
Dillon to sign any conditions.
Mr. lIediry LaUoudhere (Diberil) asked what were
the Government's intention as regards Mr. Brad-:
laugh.
Mr. Gladstone repUqd that the Government un-
derstood that the resolutions preventing Mr.
Bradlaugh from taking the oath expired with the
ese fu eessneo aa anihjd^&&tihat. &>lj^ Brab~rle h- rmi


consequently present himself at the next session
and asked to have the oath administered to him.,
Meanwhile the Goyvroment would consider the!
m iatt'dh .. .
- In Consequence of Mr. Gladstone's answer Mr.
Labouehere announced that he would not proceed I
with the resolution of which he had given notice
for enabling Mr. Bradlaugh' to take the oath inu
spite of the resolutions against him;
Mr. Ashley, ParllAntentaiy Secretary to the.
Board of Trade, in reply to a question as to the
progress of the negotiations for a consular conven-
tion with the United States, said the Board of
Trade had taken the initial step by asking the For-
sign Office to move in the matter.
The House of Lords to-night read the sand Bill
a third time without diviAon'*.
LONDON, August 9.-With reference to Mr.
Ashley's reply in the House of Commons last night
in regard to the proposed consular convention be-
tween the United States and Great Britain, it is
announced that Mr. Thomas Gray, assistant Secre- i
tary of the Board of Trade, will visit America
shortly with the object of conducting the negotia-'
tions.
LAND BILL AMENDMENTS.


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and wA-"immed atelj s.ej;ft by an usher, with
Whombhe grappled ffrdeely, shouting: If any one
dares to hinder me-!" He was hustled dodw th6
staircase; grappling with the police and ushierd~
but no blows were struck. He was ghastly pale
when he appeared in the Palace yard, and was still
struggling with the police and almost fainting.
Aglans.of water,.was -b.rruahj(.^.djS.aaciw.s
bathed. He threatened to come to the House
again with such a force that the police would be
compelled to arr91 '4 'Tb#'.blicef dbatearedke
Palace yard at 12"30 o'clock PM..
Tie d1miirrity od te rdsoldtldn ld dile Hduaeead
amended, declaring that the House approved the
conduct of the Speaker and the officials under his or-
ders, consisted of Messrs. Biggar, Finnigan, Cowao,
Carp, Broadhurst, Burt and Summers, and the
.. .. _& _=T_ __. l I I.-l


w


LoNDON, Aug. 10;-The House of Commtons last
night, by a vote oi293 to 172, rejected the Earl of i
Donoughmore's amendment in the House of Lords
to clause 5 of the Land Bill, limiting compensation
for disturbances to 250.
The House of Commons to-day rejected the
amendment to the Land Bill in the House of Lords
providing that an application to the Land Court
might be refused or postponed on account of the de-
terioration of the holding.
'Lord Lausdowoe's amendment to clause 7, to
strike out the words prohibiting the court from en-
tertaining a proposal for the resumption of any part
of a holding for any purpose other than for providing
for laborers' cottages and gardens during the statu-
tory term, was rejected by a vote of 145 to 96.
Lord Salisburys' amendment, providing that :" in
any proceeding under the act the rent of a holding
shall not be reduced on account of any sum paid by
the tenant of his predecessors on coming' into the
holding," was rejected by a vote of 268 to 133.
The House of Commons accepted the amendment
of the House of- Lords ,enabling a tenant and lahd-
lord, during the last year of the statutory teWm, to
agree.between themselves on a fair rent, which shall
afterward be indorsed by the Land Court. The
House made some slight re-amendments,,making it
plain that a tenant is not to be charged rent on cer,
tain classes of improvements for which he would be
entitled to compensation under the Land act.
The House rejected, Dy.a vote of 252 to 124, the
Earl of Dunraven amendment omit to omit sub- section
3 of clause 18, which provides that the reletting of a
Holding purchased by the landlord under his right of
pre-emption should, if within 15 years of the passage
of this act, be subject to the provisions of the act as
applicable to present tenancies. The House was
Still engaged upon the amendments of the Hofuse of
Lords to clause 18, 'when it adjourned.
LONDoN, Aug. 11.-The Standard this morning
says: "If the Lords decline to acquiesce in the re-
jection of their amendments to the Land Bill by the
House of Commons, an unofficial conference will
probably take place between the Liberal and Con.
servative leaders, and if this fails recourse will be
had to the machinery of a conference." .
The Daily-News.this morning says: "Lord Salis-
bury has issued a whip to- the Conservative peers
inviting them to be ready to consider the Land Bill
as amended by the House of Commons&- The lan-
guage-of the whip implies that the Conservative
peers may be called upon to oppose the action of the
Comwous ia rejecting the more: important amend'-
ments of the House of Lords.
DUBLIN, Aug. 11.-A procession of 2,000 persons
with bands, banners and torches, last night marched
to Mr. John Dillon's residence to congratulate him
upon his release froin imprisonment. American
flags were freely displayed. Mr. Dillon, in return,
thanked the gathering.

.Mr. Bradlauqh's Attempt to Break into the House
of Commons-Badly Worsted-Dramatic Incidents.
LONDON, August -3.- A. Immense crowd of peo-
ple assembled outside of the Palace yard to-day
and cheered Mr. Bradlaugh when he entered the
yard on his way to the Westminster Hall some
time before the assembling.of the House of Coin-
mons. On Mr. Bradlaugh attempting to enter
the House he was removed from the lobby and
escorted by the police into the yard.
In the House of Commons Mr. Labouchere (ad-
vanced Liberal) raised .the question of privilege
that the resolution of the House in regard to Mr.
Bradlaugh only excluded him from the House,
whereas he has been removed from the lobby, and
he moved that the officials, were exceeding therein
their authority.
The Speaker replied that he considered it-- his
dufy to order Mr. Bradlaugh's removal, and add-
ed": "'Tne door6ifthe'1-rou'-e is cTob." ..
"-h.rcheer5 of the crowd outside the Palace yard
were audible inshIde te House. : "
Mr. Gladstone supported the Speaker, an l said
that Mr. LabouohwrV' e hiWtiti was untenable.
After his first repulse Mr. Bradlaugh remained
some time standing in the Palace yard with hi
arms folded and three policemen barring bi.s way
to the House.
Mr: Gladstone declared that Mr. Bradlaugh
must now be treated as having no more right to:
enter the 'louse than a strangers .
Sir-StaffordtNethcQe Hidorsed4Mr. Olidstoie's
view. -
While Sir Wilfrid Lawson (Radical) was speak-
" ing against the illegal conduct of the House, Mr.
Bradlaugh, who had evaded the police, endeavored
to force an entrance, but was seized by messengers
and dragged from the doors; when he was taken in
char e by six policeman, still resisting strenuously,
his coat being tome in the struggle.,
An amendment of Mr. Labouchere's motion de-
claring that the House approves the-conduct of the
Speaker and of the officials under this orders was
accepted by Mr. Gladstone and Sir,Stafford North-
cote'and was pasted by a vote of 191 to 7. A num.
her of liberal members quitted the House before
.the. vote was taken amid ironical cheers.
Mr. Bradlaugh, alter his expulsion, went to Bow
street for a summons against the police.
Two hundred extra policemen were on duty. M1.
Bradlaugh made his first attempt to enter te
House soon after the business of the House com-
menced. He informed Mr Erskine, deputy ser-
geant-at-arms, that he was there by the mandate of
his constituents and would not yield to anything
illegal. Upon Mr. Ereklne putting out his hand
to prevent his passage Mr. Bradlaugh pushed him,


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Among the Liberals who abstained from voting
were Mr. Bright attl SittO1lat Dilke.
The summonses agsiest the police for applied
for by Mr. Bradladih at bhe, Bo Street Polige
Court wer 'efused, but the magidtiatf adibelt
him to prepare the Informaltion in reference to
summonses desired for assault.
Mr. Bradlaugh, in addressing the delegates .who
litd code to London to present petitions lftiar be-
half, said he had not quite recovered front the'vtoa
lence at the hand& of the police, but that ha1autnd-
ed to go to the House of Commons. agaln, choosing
his own time. -
IRELAND.--.LoNioix, August 8.-The Dublin
correspondent of the' imea says : "The time of the
fl1tduf&cttugri and industrial classes, is coming,
and when tfe lan cues tion is settled .pther ques-
tions, which are already beginning to loom before
the eyes of political observers, will come to agl-
tate the country' as much as ever. lThe- 'aI.-
tators will do their utmost. to keep the- people In
the state of ferment. .
Mr. Murphy, of Broana, Ireland, was wanrirtI t
to-day under the Coercion, Act..
LONDON, August 8.-Two more suspects were
arrested unber the Coeroion .act in. the .Couaty
Waterford to-day.
EVICTINS- IN IRELAND.-From a return, issued
from the Irish Constabulary office, ,ad published as
a Parliamentary paperi'-it appears that-there were
1,065 families and 5,262 persons evicted 4n;, land
during the quarter ended June 30th, .1881...Of thesee
50 families and 256 persons were; readniiiltd as
tenants, and 542 families and. 2,894 perseqn re-
admitted as caretakers, leaving" a net total of 4,n
families and 2,112 persons absolutely. evicted. The
returns ar6 made by provinces and counties, And
show that evictions were most numerous iii Ulster
and least in Leinster. "

Deadly Persistence of the Russian Nihitiu-tA Plot
to Assassinate the Imperial F amil..
COPENHAGEN, August 5.---The St. PAtresbAro
correspondent of :the Nationalaszette bays : 1"The
Russian Court made the recent-journey td Moscow
because of the discovery of an extensive conspiracy
to assassinate the Imperial family. Darirg the
night, at Peterhof, the pollce,.on the 27th of July,
stopped a boat which had succeeded in passing the
guard-ships and- ishsted the docupant. It 'was
subsequently discovered. that sixty ger9olon s.me
of them of high .rank, were Involved In the plot. ,.;-
ST. PaTERSBURG, August .5.-Tle- trial of, the
revolutionists belonging to the s o-called. ",Black
Division will commenee before a special conaton
the 28th of September. The newspapos pubHqb -
notification offering a reward .for the oaotthby
peasants of persons who have been atreading, (fle
reports relative to the redistribution ofland.-
The Dynamite Plotter,. : '
LONDON, August 5-In the HoUa9 of Oomu-
to.day Sir William Hlarcourt, HomFie ecretrty,
read a dispatch from United States Minister LoW-
ell informing Earl Granville'Foreign S-cepeay,
that he had wired. Secretary Blaine on t6"'29th
of July an sccount of a conversation ld hIad ith
Lord Tenterden, Under For.ifgn Secreary, i'eA-
pecting the infernal machines as Liverootp0Itowlic
he had received a reply' from Mr. Bl'lne'stattin
that the national, Staite -'anrif udlclpil' a'thcrliea
are seriously endeavouaing to discover tho-hatbors
of the plot, in whblh he has. reaso6-to believe very
few were engaged, and that no paIas w.iould.be
spared at discovering and prosecuting tihe, : i
Sir William Harcourt said the dispatch of Uni-
ted States Minister Lowell to Earl Granville was
couched in suec rren j ty f had anticipa-
ted. The statementwas rece ve with much cheer-
ing.
Secretary Fortaer's Assailant Satented. *,k
LONDON, August 5 -.,r-In the Gentral biriminal
Court to-day Pa'rick Talfourd Hiokie, convicted
of tbreatentag to kill Mr. Forster", Chief. S9etary
fo, Irelanud, was sentenced to .fifteen. Motlta-ilar
prisonmentn with hard labour. : ..: -,, ,
Ad vices from Socorro, New Mexio6-, Airgat.4,
report the remnant of Victoria's sole band of It.L
dians, under Nina, to be committing nainerOus
depredations and- massacres. Two of the Band
being captured were bhriked alive.' .
The London Morning Postsays: '" A public cm6a.
pany with a capital of 4,000,000, is'about to- be
formed, With the 'aid of large city: finaudler, 'for
tWe purpose'of acquiring'and reclaimlht- waste
lands in Ireland and for other purposes contkefed'
With agriculture in Ireland. :
The British Board of. Trade returns. for July
show a decrease in the I value of import o l,201
311, as compared with the, corresptnding mp
last year, and an increase in- the value of expert
of 159.310-
The report that the Prioce ofiWales had been
advised not to give dinners; onw bti his, yacht at
Osborne, Isle of Wight, because _oa supposed Fe,
nian design against him, is, now declared to be a
ridiculous hoax.. ..
During the week ending Friday thirty-sis deaths
occurred in Havana from Yellow Fever and nine
from smallpox; ,"
There were 1,786 deaths in Chicago dur ag the
month of July, against 963 In the preceding month
and 1,842 in July, 1880. '" -
Parker, who committed the assault on Mrs. Ball,
i. the Adirondacks, was arrested on the .bank of
Long Lake. Hamliton County, on Saturday. H
re listed and Constable Gall shot him through t
left breast. His recovery is doubtful.
Mr. Trevelyan, Secretary to the Admigalty, gave
confirmation of a report that two torpedo heats had
been built in the United States for the British Gov-
ernment.
In the House of Commons., Wednesday, Mr. Glad-
stone said the convention with the Boer would pree.
bably be signed in a day or two. .
It is reported that -th son of the British Consular
Agent at Hammamet, Tunis, has been murdered by
insurgent Arabs. The agent is a native of the
country. -
The American warships Ttnnessee and Eeargag&
are expected at St. Johns, N. F,, firet.week l Sep-
tember. The object of their visit gives tise t6
much speculation there.


MONTREAL, August 8.-Remarkable weather Com..
ing with the Comet.-Vennor's Horoscope.-Vennor
says we may expect a great change in, the weather
about the time the new comet is in its perihelion,
when it will'be also nearest thq earth. Tbias.ill
occur about the 20th of the present month. Dur-
ing the time from the 15th to the 20th of the pres.
ent month instead of being burned np as we might
expect, he says we shall be nearly frozen by froets
ud strong cold northerly winds.






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


~-, -".'-


-Cape Breton is again excited ovr the Gamwdll
will case. At the instance of Mr. Peter Imrie,
Mrs. Gammell's brother, warrants have been isen-
ed for.hj itlpf several persons chargeSl .with
forgnfi i t s bich has been admi tta to pro.
batN. L t e
AiLtonti of BANKERSI-Moir, Son & Co,
Bankers of Halifax. N. S., suspended payment on
the 25th instant, their direct liabilities are estimated
to be $75,000 and $100,000.
AeOX1a ET9 oS.-L9. >nO ,ug. 5.,-The tfol-
loWiU oicial changes have 'beau announced: Lord
Rosebkr* is. appointed under Secretary for, the
fthen office, vice Courtney, who is appointed under
Secretary for the Colonies, vice Rt. Hon. M. E.
Grait Dt ff, who was appointed governorr of Madras:
A CONSERVATIVE DEPUTATION TO GO TO IRE-
LAND.-LONDON, Aug 5.-It is stated that a depu-
tationa.of r amnent Conservatives go? to Ireland to
inquire into tid report upbu the 'relative condition
oflaborers.living respectively under and working for
resident and non-resident landlords and farmers.
Ti'Ft 'obyet Is to form a basis by its report for legis-
lation upon the labor question.

?A'i 41e6n 'some serious disorder among tl,
Negro population of the FrenQh Island of Martini-I
qua, due to the quarrels of a Dr. Lota, a leading
physician and a- Mr. Hurard. the Editor of "The
Colonies." The.-former had been made the object of
an unfriendly demonstration by the Editor and th
DooI meeting him.,on the, street slapped 'his fac.1,
The former ran to his office sent out eemmissaries,
and soon a cibwd.of .q%,ralAousand.n3qroes, men,
women and chilaied of the lowest cast, assembled
at the Doctors house, which they soon wrecked
even to the floor and stair-case, throwing the fur-
niture into the street, distroyine his carriage,
within li.tMa -I authorities are hote1edsly Or cul-
ptbly wtak. and the military force available to pre-
serve order is quite inadequate. It was much fear-
ed t4at a general rising against the white popula-
tion would be tile result,

Ettract im a privateJLetter received by, Sohr.
"Mysters y dated 'Georgtown, Demerara; S15th
Jul' v'8^ir-k Plenty ojalckness-several -pases
Jaul -- *! E tY 0 1 ses
Yel w fex; hardly 'we'k passe's without" 20

CIS= s HABotT CVaBL.-We have .--been
oradibly informed -tiat r. BeiBftin Trott, Branch
. Pile.ocetlf, te the Barqe'Avenport,,'o den
wit3 r roe nae oi-and *d.awi oer 18orp oUf
water,. frota lar horage'in 3J-tle Harbor o-sea,
Wityat meeW144W the leaA001cult
Lm Coxx.-*e have reasoniAt know that both
lighijavateignsWffd hiaj sovens are in cir eftala-
tion iu -thsea. IsI"s, It is 3S posed they "'iave
passed thioigh Vi operation Mhich is termed in
the Iafted 8tat*ewvating. -- .
St'Wiiam c1hie bhas bWn appointed qpty
to tk e Gotec6r neral ot Ca.ft.
,, ,, .
BtW' i. Pe" oke: Pasishljhe 14th instant,
the WInE of t. tbirahatnufegk, Junior, of a D BGH-
TER. "- ..
...... ... n tlie 2n tt.- at No. 26 Wooktfeet,
Torino, Qfnafta, tle W'W p. Sisson Morply, of a
SON" -,' ,
MARBSIXI5. iat.Roljlywfmurnon C(iur jhi. ^YNe.ork
City, on the 28thi July, by the Revd. -- Martyx. M.
AU TUS Buiwjo is AN. .ANDY B-r-
ma&a. '* ;_-. ____


D ED, at HIllgrove, Paget, on the-I3th in t:,tRs.
OATTARINE KETTLETAS LIGHTEOURN, widow of the
late *.ninLW. Lifghtbgurn, Esq., aged 85 years.
Mr. 1j ti56uirn's' long life of exemplary faithful-
ness in the discharge of duty, of warm sympathy with
everyone in diasrm, of ready help to all who soufit
her i saistance, closed with a short though sev e
sickness, duriniwieh" shee was enabled to rive expres-
sion to her eontku iubmiasinn ti the Divine Will,
to a sense otcomnyt'and 6srengthB tt d in the minip-
trati6ns!ffrehi i and to a sure6 certain hope 'of
the fsUj.itbiato terifal life, throW our Lord Jess
... ..., i ii awn tlth insr LiaGwir
Esq.. a rtrve lnlogni-surem rFr-, aged 80
year... epBou capers pleasro .] .
... 4. this own ,on 'Thudffay itegent-
Majwr &DArVI O HBlnteRSON BROWH Service
Corpem eldhat ion of Deotor BrbwO fof ~Okoio-
Sharmmnfa Trelahd, And brother- oft l. ercy Browbi. |
Boston', U -.ofA4erioa, aged s ;tdeessed
leave's Widow, -one *on, a M oter tiumerous
relate vbenad'friend4.to ,mour theirloss. '
...,.. ii.this Town o.10th inst., EDr eFAN'Tig,
infat laughter of Frederick M. and Harrt [F. rote,
agedtwoampnths and 27 days. .
...;., ii thi Town, on 13th inst., afteihoi il4-
ess, MRS. ZeLIu JotiE, aged 7t; for many frs 'a
mosi faitlifulservant in the Tu&ker and Goslinb -m-
ilies .

HILOT RAUE


Notice.


This Day, Tuesday
the 16th instant,
At 12 M.


BY PUBLIC AUCTiON,
On the Premises, the
HO USEHOLED FUl.
SfITURE, i c*.,
Of the MANSE," Paget.
Consisting in part of-
"IINE Toned PIANO ,(if not previously sold
SCretonne COUC and Easy CHAIRS,
Gipsey and other TABLES
Cabinet, Music WHATNOT
Coloured Wicker OHAIRS
Crethnfie" aVh'dLaoe CURTAINS '
India MATTING, &c., &c. :
All the above recently imported.
Hall Oil CLOTH
Set of Lawn TENNIS ...
Sewing M AOXINE"(' Lite 'Wafizer') -
Cedar Side TABLE
Extension Dining TABLE
Cane CHAIRS, CUPBOARDS
French BEADSTEADS,
Chests of DRAWERS. -- : .
BASINSTANDS, BATHS, CLOCKS
Complete DINNER SET, CROCKERY
A few articles of ELECTRO SILVER PLATE
KITCHEN UTENSILS, etc., etc.
-ALSO-- :


A YOUNG'


BEP,,MUBDA


COW.


B. W. WALKER CO.,
Auctioneei s.


Hamilton, August 16, 1881.-
"Wanted,

About 1,70
To defrAy tha. FLxp.eises ancl is-
bursemeats-o,Bark



At this Pot, hence to.Philadelphia, with a
cargo of Bine Dust, &<:.,- pr which amount a
Bottomry tand i.espondentia Bond will be
given. Parlies desirous of furnishing the ne-
cessary amoiint .(as may appear 'from the Dis-
bursement Acco8nt) will please address me at
the Office of my' Agents; MESSRS. W. C.
HYLAND &ICO., not later than
SATURDAY NPXTj
20th Instant,
Statingirate of Maritime Premium required.
Any information respecting the above Vessel
and Cargo may be obtained at the above ad-
dress.
BR. S. JOBSON,
Master.
St. Geotge's; 16th August, 1881.

E. B. JONES,
goraer f Qp iriatd RKdlStreets, I '
fds just ieceivdfforom Lonidon via
New 'Tork4etr" Rilboiirough, "'

Girl's 'Do. DO.
Men's Brown and Coloured Half HIOS E
Men's: Coloured Wotking Sl IRTS
Marrow Hair OIL Collar STUDS
PORTMONIKS
Hair and Tooth BRUSHtES
Toilet SOAPS-consisting'of Glycerine, Honey,
Carbolic and Brown Windsor.
August 16, 1881.

Onion Seed.


--- -
l E 'idersignetd iAit the ~n- has a relived
sent of the Ownexto 61everancon- erorervia New
tending Yachts, intend h~vlifi ai Racegn the that in'allprqbabiJiy hi .
Great Sound .- ..! 0 t r
ON THURSDA A Willbe forwarded by the New York Mail
The 18th intant. Steamer, due here on the 29th instant.,
F. C. SIMMONS, Lists for Seed open, on which a few more
A. T. SIMMONS, names will be taken, at Mr. W. II. Hughes
S HENJ. 0. SIMMONSar StoresoHatilton, and at'thit of the Undersigned.
...E.SAU H.SIMMONS, O Notice will be given in Gazette" of
Sailing committee. I30th instant, if Seae arrives on 29th.
Hamilton, August 16th, 1881.*' "-' NATH A C 0 PER.
S Waiwick, West,_.August 15, 18$1. -
Situation Wanted.Ra Et "a
By ar rmann'middle aged&- Woman who can Real Estate for Sa1e.
teach English, French and German, and is a-
good Dressmaker. Rare Chance or Investment.
Good references. -
Please Address E.'A. No. 5, R. N. Hospital, Th well-k-ow- PROPERTY in
Ireland Island. eh well-known PROPERTY in
August 9, 1881. m' S outhampton Parishb,beJonging to the
,F0 t of l,- fthe late Worshinful J.ToGsEPH


For Sale.

A Powerful

SBlack Horse.
Will drayv a toqr weight; sold for no fault, the
owner having no further use for him.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
August 13, 1881'.

Wanted,
ipy& a; Family residing in this Town,
g ^ lO SE.TML Di.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office...
August 16, 1881.


D. IAs, deceased, known as
"Evans's .Bay Store'
or Property. :
Sealed offers for the purchase of thljeabove
property,-consisting of a STORE, about Ten
Acresof lAND with TIMHBER thereon,-will
be received by the Undersigned up to '
Wednesday, 31st August, Inst.,
The Situation of this Property as a Business
Stand, ha' no equal in the Parish,and the. Ara-
ble portion of Land is very productive.
The. Public Wharf at Evans's Bay, adjoins
thi property.
APlot of the Lands can be seen on applica-
tion to Mr. Dickinson.
Ha*S.n .th'.T W81, T t e r .
4 .-B DIgikNSON.
Hamilton, Oth August, 1881,.-4 times 3rd p.


Furniture


Sale.


THE UNDERSIGNED WILL
SELL,
A. Tr11BTj I C; 4 1a1.0 ,
At 12 o'clock,
To-Morrow Wednesday,
The 17th Instant
At the Residence of
.'Prs. Catherine Stater,
Near Victoria Park, iii this Town, the whole
of Hpr
iionustdaolff ]?iiunittnrc,
&c., consisting of:
T ABLES Cane Seat CHAIRS
LOUNGES SIDEBOARD
CLOCKS PICTURES
BEDSTEADS WASHSTANDS
BUREAUS MIRRORS
CROCKERY &c., &c.
THOMAS J. WADSON,
Auctioneer.
Hamilton, August 16th, 1881.

SAetion.
WESTERN END BIG SHED,
ON
To-mQrrow, We din sday
17th, and to continue
ON IH URSDAY, 18TH,
A Large Assortment of'
Valuable C oolb0:
11 TUBS BUTTER
15 Cases SARDINES
200 lbs. Sugar PLUMS,
30 Boxes HERRTNGS,
Bbls, MACKEREL, Boxes RAISINS,
PICKLES, Black PEPPER,
Bags RICE, I Bbls. BEEF,
ALLSPICE, Florida WATER,
SHAFTS, LOBSTER,
China TEA. SETS...
Do. Milk JUGS, Do. CUPS,
Glass SUGARS, Do. BUTTER,
Do. Fruit DISHES,
Ice JUGS, TUMBLERS,
Wine GLASSES,
PLATES, BOWLS, PITCHERS,
PERAMBULATORS
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS &S HOES,,
And other Goods too numerous, to mention.
R. .H DUERDEN.
Hamilton, August 16, 1881.

Sugar. Sugar.
t*..;


By the Schooner Mystery" the
Undersigned expect to receive'
ARRELS White V.P. SUGAR,
' Barrels.Yerlow DITTO,
20 -arrels Demerara MUSCOVADO (cheap)
TROTT & COX.-
August 9,1881.

Potatoes, Potatoes,

Head Quarters for Choice Table


Full Supply always on hand at low rates tor
Cash.
Special Quotations to Army and Navy Can-
teens and Messes.
W. T. JAMES,
"42 Front Street.
Hamilton, August 1e, 1881.-- p
VA LU3BLE

REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE. '


A Desirable
Dwelling House


In good order, in Warwick Parish, near the
Parish Church, with a PARCEL, OF LAND
containing about Eight Acres, one-third good
Arable Land.
-ALSO- i
A PARCEL OF LAND, containing about
Eight Acres adjoining the above mentioned
Property, one-third good Arable Land. A
Stone Stable is on the Premises.
-ALSO-
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE
in good order, and Eight Acres of LAND
adjoining the Property last mentioned, one-third
good Planting Land. The above Properties
will be sold together or separately at moderate
prices, and on accommodating terms. The
three Properties have for some years rented at
60 per annum.
-ALSO-
A HOUSE and about an Acre of LAND at
l'atton's Point, on the South Shore of
Harringtou Sound, in Smith's Parish. The
House is new and next to the nain road. There
is a large Tank on the Premises. This Proper-
ty will also be sold at a moderate price on ac-
commodating terms.
Apply to
ORMONI) T. MIDDLETON,
For'
GRACE GREATBACH OUTERBRIDGE,
FRANCES EUGENIA OUTERBRIDGE,
THEODORE OUTERBRIDGE,
Executrixes and Executor of the Will of
the Late J. J. Outerbridge,
Hamilton, 9th August, 1881,-2 3p


' 1
* 1


fectionery,
Trunk Men's Serge SUITS,
Lot of TIt-A-1 E,


ALSO,
1 YO UVG BULL,
(from imported Stock)
And a great many other GOODS too numer-
ous to mention,
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, August 16th, 18S1.


OVfOa. BOXES,


i Ready


for immediate: delivery.


An arrival to furnish material for indoor
work during the mid-day hours.


- lFHI Scho ner "Alpha,"'? from Portland,
llaineil discharged heF;&rgo of Onion
Boxes, aindni ers areinvite&d- tcrMitaie
in our lai ; W.as advertiseineif '-
'-WE At$ QFFEe -'
NAILS .4dl foi lon Boxe- '
Tomato BOX EFNDS, and ".S 3 NI1 0:
LA'I S.
S, OTT &COX
Hla.milton, August 16, 1681, .. -
Gaz. & Col. 2 each 3td p.

Fresh' T OR



0 Ir E -- THIS IAY.
SPARAOUS ,
As BEET-Early Blood, TIurnip
CARROT--Early Horn, Long Orange, White
Field
CAULIFLOWER-Celery, Cress
CABBAGE--East Ham, 'Ox Heart, Green
Glazed, Early York
KOHL RABI'
LETTUOE-Curled Silesian, Tennis Ball,
White Coss, Drumhead
MUSTARD-Long Red Matigol
PARSLEY-Plain' and Curled
PA RSNIP-Hollow Crown
RADISH-Turnip, Long Red
TURNIP---Red Top,.White Globe, ISweedish.
TOMATO-Large led Smooth
THYME-Sage, Spinach
Peas, Beans, Guinea Corn, Sweet Corn, Chi-
nese Sugar Corn
Wholesale and Retail.
C- H. ROBINSON.
45 Front Street, Hamilton,
16th August, 1881.. I
LOST,
ON Saturday, 6th inst., between the Govern-
ment wharf at the east end of the Town,
and Fort Hamilton road, a GOLD BROOCH
with a blue enamel scroll in the centre. The
finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving'it at
the Office of tne Royal Gazette."
Hamilton, August 16, 1881.-twice pd.

For Sale,
= A NEW COTTAGE E
I And a Lot of Land,
In the Town of Hamilton.
The Lot bounds South on the Seventh Longi-
tudinal Street, and North on Union 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.
I Immediate possession cau be given.
For farther particulars fpply t .
REGINALD GRAY,
S' flamilton.
3p. t. -

Notice. Notice.

:jA VESSEL FROM HtJLIFIX.
The Clipper Schooner


Will leave Halifax,
ON OR ABOUT THE 27th INST.,


By this opportunity Importers avoid the great
inconvenience of hunting up their goods from
different Boats and paying freight from St


New ]*4~jmr


By Public Auction,
UNDER THE BIG SHEbD,
ON

THI U RSDAY N EXT,
The 18th Inst.
At 1 o'clock,, P. M..
10 ]3BLS. Early Rose Table POTATOES,
J 50Bales best Upland HAY,
8 Bbls. Muscovado SUGAR,
20 Bags Corn MEAL,
8Bbla. Green PEAS, -9 4 *-t
5 Dor White-'BEAN1," '. ..
10 Do. Pilot BREAD,
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH, E
5 Bbls. JamaicaGreen GINGER,
15 Boxes SOAP, ;STARH anid CANDLES,
8 Boxes COFFEE-25 lbs. each,
8 Bbls. Ginger ALE-10 Dozen each,
10 Chests English Breakfast TEA,
10 Pieces White Cotton DRILL,
30 Boxes Superior CIGARS,
30 Gross Comb MATCHES,
25 Tins and Bottles Assorted Con-


Bags CHARCOAL
J. T. DARRELL 4 CO.
Hamilton, Augutst 15, 1881.-2 3p




Haa. opened a .
FIdM.IL GROCER '

d, a, .
At the -East of his Soda Water.; sta i
meht, where he has on hand a good sup.i
English and American GOODS, and solicit# A....
share of the Public patronage, hoping thatIbi"..
former Friends will call and purchase of his
Cheap Stock before going elsewhere.
(" Quality not surpassed. C:0
JOHN BARRITT.
Hamilton, August 2nd, 1881.-3 3p'"- "* "


Onion Boxes.


I lE Schooner AL'PHA, is momently' ex-


PL pected from Portland, Maine with
ONION BOXES, -'
which the undersigned offer to responsible puir.l
chasers on the following terms: 6 pence "each
when the money is paid at the moment of d i-'
livery in quantities of 10 upwards. -6 oience
each oti credit to approved .purchasers "for'560",
and ver. .
6 d. each when sold to reliable customer on i,
credit in quantities under 500.
T ROTT & COX.
August 9, 1881.
"Gazette" and" Colonist" twice 3dcp. '
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN' TH1 E
POST OFFICE,I AMILTON, la3th Agust, 1881..
Charles Adams,. Charles Aubrey, Koud Ander-.
sop, Schr "Admiral Blake," Margaret Bean, t
Bell, Thos J Bean, James V ButtortieldE J-Buar-
gess, Ro'ext Been, Benry .R, Been, BR Garrson:
John M Castino, D W P Oox. Dudley Col, ohn-
Clarke, Frazer Deshield, ;W F Davis, Fozard,-
Antonio.J deFreitos, L Givens, BaG Gilhbrt, W4
W Gray,.John J F' Grsa,. Agustus Guest, Mm,
Anglimn Gilbert, Cattie Gilbert, J A 6all, Ado.-
laide HodsonWillian Hayward, Louise [arrison,
Brown Jones, Lilia'Joell,"Albert 'Lambert, A Lee,
Signor Miguel, Luis J de Midu, Peter Morray,
John'McCartey, Mr Mui(,: Bark "Jose Maria"
James Midhurst, Saiah Place, Anna L. Perairs,
Benj P Richardson, W T Robinson, Frances RgW i..
son, Jose M deSilva, Joa. P de Silva, P.rincess. G,
Smith, Charles Scott, W, H Simmons, .A. W 9.
Steele, Rosina Trot, Benjamin Troth Thomas.
*Tucker, Ellen Whatson, B L Warren.


Orders by "S. Ship Alpha" will be in time LOIMED LETTER IN TE POST OF-
for shipment, and Freight may be secured at the FICE ST. GEORGES, Augual 10, 1841.
I Office of a- William Albert, J Cailton, Cati fne kGKinney,
B. W. WALKER & CO. Danial.IB'Aaidaon rik "fsamual Davis," Frank
25 Frort Stree. i Silva, its Henry Smith, ,Beopjmin Simmons, John
Hamilton, 8th Aug., 1881.-2 on third p. G Smith(Tucker's Town.)


-V a i.6 t i t-I -2


1NEX jSta ust,
To leave4"ew York 6ir, bt on 25th~ gust.
Freight parcels and-pecil Freight, illbe
received antil 6 p.m.. 17th Aist. $'
I'asseaggr Stage will bt reaioved a-: min-
utes puft loon on 18th Angust. C.
TROT GQJI,
::' f &ents.
lHamilito, Bermuda, 16th Augnia 188t.-1
,Coloniot"eeaje

Onion Seed. a j

THE .UNDERSIGNED, begs to offer a ivory
T limited quality of- TNW IFFE, ,RED
and WHITE O O SEE o ha se-
curedW~~4 f n[64,OED
for the production-of. round- pink Onions for
the London market.,.
A list of engagements open at the.residence
of the und:ersigned, and 6rd<-&.Te? I tM VX0s.
TROiT'& Joxrs place of bysin9es-'Ille -
cludesd.a a s b *** y e a*-r
Prices STRICTLY CASH- tn.d t4ral wil'be
the same as shall be adoptedd bythe tiawlA'for
Teneriffe, and at 8/jer bobttlfor he -Uiston
Seed. ...
vo *. f DEUSli.TPOT.
Hamilt6on,'B rnuda, Augattb-l.i -1,--A.*
"Gai'ette" and olonist'! "ach three times
3rd page and send bill '

KEROSENE.-aEROSENs,

O(NLY 26 barrels of test 1300, -nQw oS
hand.' .,"-*
The unodersigned will sell during, August. at
the reduced rate of 9d. per.imnperiatl gallon.
The test, '1300 and the rate being qubtoe df'
f the imperial gallon, are especially to be notbtl.
TROTT&COX0
(lamilton, August 16, 1881;; '"- *-
Gaz. & Col. 2 eat 3rd p3 p

Sugar, Molasses &
Charcoal.

The Undersigned offer for Sale ex' Schooner
Mysterly"'fiotn Demer:ra; a'
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It heolaot U tOWreilkhe Mad ITloXrai
It ar00othe 010l Bo ttlesd and aIL w.
ti Syupi po resseh Varie ild lP dIerties.
It Neutraliz* the hrdite tint, or i thi
blood, which gone rate a iipla nd a il
minesr e( *kn din o and iutlrinl humort f
it ecm be kIfn by the mot dlic taken babe, or by t
Ta wy a lei, atris the Ttuird itea oendw a

CATARARHCURED.
D SIRt,--I have used your INDIAN BLOOD
SYRUP with great aNtidaction and relief. I have

gt no relief, until I commened using the BLOOD
SYRUP. I wa about to give it up because imme-
diately after taking it made me dizzy anl feel badly,
but on coniuhing a physician was informned thit it
was cautel by the medicine rostornr my imp.N rcte
emulation and acting on the s ioeased ma'tpr ii. my
tomachre, cauil by the dropping of the catarrah.
matter. I invariably found however, that this dizzy
telling soon passed away, my neivoirsd yatem was
tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
fhe medicine. 1 have been entitdly cuied by your
tinvalunable remedy.
Respectfully your,
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
No. 319 West 10th at., New York City*

AiREUlATISA AND KIDNEY COVPL\INr.
SIR,-PI ive my testimony with pleasure to the
beneficial ra sults of your BLOOD PURIFIER ; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
rcmatismin my right knee, joint swollen twice the
site of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
sise made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges.
tion has improved so that I can eat anything wit hin
mach.
P. F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-at., New York City.
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., Nsw YORK CITY.
Dats SIR,,--Your justly cetbrated INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick
bHdache ir.d Dyspepsia, of 10 yearsU' standing.
it ales cured my child of Scarlet Fever, and my
wife of Female complaints.
GEORGE 11. REYNDOL.
Inac Dablman, Bull's Head, 24th at., (of Dahl.
man Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cared of
Dyspepda and Indigestion of me ny years' standing.
Heary Dahlman, of the ame firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect.
CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
No. 99 WEST HOUSTO,-ST., N Y o TV.
S,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
mI entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it
is the best medicine that any person can take for
bick headache.
ALICE REE .

DYSPEPSIA.
ODa Srn ,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
RUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for five
A few dose placed my stomach in a condition to
digest oiod-lheteby relieving me of hose distreea
ng paine experienced by dyspeptice after eating--
and although it at first caused occasional dizziness
his quickly disappeared on my continuing its use.
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I tael great-
ily benefited.
Your, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 Weat 3end st., New York City.
Nyw Yoer Feb. 3, 1880


C. Johnson, M.D.,
Daa IRxa,-I take pleasure in recommending
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer.
or from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
acute nature for over 5 years. During such attacks
death would almost be a relief to her. She was
prescribed for by several doctors without effect.
Nothing gave he' relief until she obtained a bottle
t1 your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects
we re wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It
is a medicine thai no household should be without.
P. YOUNG.
No 261 West Hlousteen-St., City.
BaRMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
DaRa Sta,-This is to certify that I have found
moregoo in yopr INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
any Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
aid Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
i. to try DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
ULOOD SYRUP.
SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sele Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water S'reo, St. Gtorges.


REMOVAL!

DR. E. R. MERCER,
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Pas removed his Office to the promises of Mrs.
B. H. Young, Reid Street. Hamilton, recently
occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge,V.S.
Office flours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
Will visit St. George's professionally on Satur-
days. Office at McCallan & Co Residence
llarrington Place, Hamilton Parish.
August 2, 1881.

WHEELWRIGHT & CAR-
RIAGE BUILDER.

FRED. J. SWANt,


lHas resumed business in Reid Street, opposite
i MR. NEWMAN'S
Harness .Making Establishment,
(Down Stalrs,)
And respectfully solicits a share of Public Pa.
tronage.
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.

Notice.

BY recent Instructions from the Marine
Boards of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster maut be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
W. C. HYLAND,
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriter,
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.


SPAIN,
EGYPT,
CANADA,
GREECE.


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


PROPOSED SAILINGS
(Subject to Change.)
LIVERPOOL LINE.


From Liverpool.


Italy, V
England,
Egypt,
Erin,
Helvetla,
Spain,
Italy,
England,
Egypt,


ved.
Si


July 20
" 27
Aug. 3
c" 10
17
i 24
31
Sept. 7
it 14
LONDOP


From London.
The Queen,Wed.July 13
*Denmark 20
Holland, 27
Greece,. Aug. 3
France, 10
Canada, 17
The Queen. 31
*Denmark, Sept. 7
Holland, : '* 11


To Liverpool.
Sat. Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
18, 7-30 n.m.
20, 2 p.m.
27, 6-380a.m.
ept. 12-89 p.m.
"< 10. 6-80 a.m.
17, 12*80 p.m.
". 24, 6-80 a.m.
Oct. 1, 11 a.m,
LINE.
To London
Wed Aug. 8, 10*830 a.m.
10, 5 am.
"** 17, 11 a.m.
24, 5 a.m.
31, 9-80 a.m.
"Sept. 7, 3 p.m.
21, 3 p.m.
28, 8 a.m.
"Oct 5, 3 p.m.


*The Steamers France and Denmark will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
Si" $100 to $110 London.
Steerage pas-age $2t'.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, No,. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
ew York.
F. W. J. HURST,
Manager.
New York July, 28, 1881


I ILIAItE 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 PuRE and WHOLE-
SOME goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tire 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-
itstaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manuiacturers and Deakrs in all

varieties of Food Products,
NEW YORK.
LONDON. EORDEAUX.
P. S.-Our goods are for sale by most Groce
and all will get them if reqiestel to c'o so.-6.n.
A SK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KITCHEN, for scouring and clean-
i g 1. ia bettr than Sapilio. and only ab, u,
l.aif the price.,


COMMISSION AND EXPORT
MERCHANTS,
Fine Groceries, Gr.aiu, Provision s
&c., &c.,
, 4 Front Street, Ilamilton, Bermuda.


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DEVONSIR3m BAT,
BERMUDA,
t'ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
L she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.


ALSO,
NEW YORK STORES, Having received by Coto" from Nassau,
314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip. A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cuba. to make up CROSSES, JEWELLERY,
Orders for Groceries, Dry Goods and Goods BASKETS, BRIDAL WREATHS, NECK.
all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will LACES, &c.
filled at lowest Market rates either direct or 0,- All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op.
ough our Bermuda house. polite the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
Iheodore Outerbrid ee, June 21st, 1881.-3 months


D.V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
Office adjoining Army Pay Office.
Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY,
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square
Hamilton, November 8. 1880.

A CARD.
WFHE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years pass
he has been connected with the House of
I H. A 3 .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 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 Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New York City
December 21, 1880.-12m

KIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
i MEi{Y.
R IMlEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
i tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toileu and
liath, a reviving cent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable
RIMMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER-
WATER.
I 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,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes, barrels and packets.
RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE, cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
I sweetens the breath.
RIMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, orNa-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIMM EL, Perfumer by appointment to II. R.
H. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.


GUION LINE.

United States Mail Steamers.

FOR LIVERPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
IPVAW 1Y TUEVAD Y
Y YOMING sails Tuesday August 16, at 10 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday August 23, at 4 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Aug., 30, at 8 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday September 6, at 3 p.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday September 13, at
9 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday September 20 at 3
p.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday, September 27, at 7
a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloop, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Hath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Flamborough from
B1er.uda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
he transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, July 28, 1881.


ALL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils,
Bath Tubs. Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
scouring, Cleaningand Polishing Soap, PRIDE
utP' THiEt KI1'.trs.N. Ask for Pride of the
SKitchen" Soap.
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
New Yurk, April 20, 1881. Proprietors.


FOR RENT.


Mr. W. Stanley Whitter,
(Next West of the "Royal Gazette" Offiee)
IS FOR I E.*T,
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
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPA NY
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 Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD.


Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


Agent.


AMERICAN WATCHES,


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. CHILD.
Front Street, llamilton, U.o0o
Deer. 16, 1878. & u .o.

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
jnd INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C.
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
mudian orders.
April 13, 1880.
ASK your Grocer for A. E. WHYLkNDS
SOAP.




E. E. ,ATK INSO0 N
IPSO' ERHFUMO ERY
ma onTHE HANER t put, iEF. o


WHe Ury bot Zh UANP taoture. Ior its
parit eandgreat txellenol it has obtained
T UAITIONS, PZAUs, As.
LU*o, T162. Pail,1867. CordIva.,
S.sM Vothners odo,1878. Phidelphet q 5.
OOLD MEDAL, PAR^I, CO1.
ATKNNM CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
L THE HAONDKERONIEF.
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Handkerchief,
AamtsN WnR CUK TMTV PAS
vartamey sor be obtain of au 64414
Groueoul 0 World, tan of i" CmUB
J1. & E. ATKINSON,
40, Old Bond Street, London, W.
gagT.-fdu-n *TO arecautioMned to MM la
conAsItuto boxr inh" ast mob wa d Heis
bled with a*rm's* Mork, 0Wh*. ile
Ron, on a h Gouts yle." S


ate an 1--tout'
Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & CO.
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERS,
HALIuAX,
la 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.-3m 3p, 9Mi.


ex "Flambo.
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At the Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
A further Supply of the


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New Testament,


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*Last Quarter. 16 day, o0. 88m. p.m.

Tui BERMUDA ROYAL GAZRTTr is pblihed
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PuaB Ls*'
Printer to the Queen'd Most Excellent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
Hamilton,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agenta
at St. Georges for the Roji t GasU
bMessrs. GEORGE BOYLE & Son, West End,
Water Street.


Mrs. B. E. Smith, W NOTICE.


MAW 20 P? Received
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