BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 40.-Vol, -.VIZ STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS 24s perta*
Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesda!, October 4, 1881.
Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Tuesday, 27th September, 1881.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Win. H. Go-ling,
P.C?. James H. Trimingham,
S* James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty.
At 1-30 o'clock His Honor the Acting Governor
attended at the Council Chamber in conformity
with previous notification of proroguing the Legis-
lature, and having directed the Provost Marshal
General to summon the House of Assembly took
his seat on the Throne.
The House having accordingly attended His
Honor was pleased to close the Session, with the
following Speech :-
[For Speech see next Column.]
His Honor the President then, by command of
His Honor the Acting Governor, declared this pre-
sent Colonial Parliament to be prorogued to Friday,
the 4th day of November next.
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
House of Assembty.
Tuesday, 27th September.-Mr. Samuel C. Outer-
bridge moved the following Resolution :-
Resolved, That the House of Assembly of Ber-
muda having learned with profound sorrow the
melancholy and premature death of the President
of the United States of America-James Abram
Garfield-desires to express its deep sympathy and
heart-felt condolence with the Government and
people of the United States-and especially with
Mrs. Garfield and her family in the great calamity
that has befallen them-which was unanimously
Ordered, on his motion, that the following Mes-
sage be sent to His Honor the Acting Governor :-
May it please your Honor:
The House of Assembly being desirous of ex-
pressing its sympathy and condolence towards the
government and people of the United States in the
great calamity that has befallen them in the la-
mented and premature death of their President,
has passed a resolution to that effect, and re-
spectfully requests that your Honor will forward
the same to the British Minister at Washington, to
be communicated to the authorities of the United
States, as he may think proper.
The Provost Marshal General, by direction of
His Honor the Acting Governor, desired the at-
tendance of the House at the Council Chamber. The
House waited upon His Honor accordingly, when
he was pleased to close the present Session with the
following Speech to the Legislative Council and
House of Assembly.
[For Speech see next column.]
His Honor the President of the Council then, by
command of His Honor the Acting Governor,
declared this present Colonial Parliament pro-
rogued to Friday, the fourth day of November
To all who suffer from Headache.
ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
Hamilton,Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf.
rThe Dwelling House, near
Front Street, Hamilton (east), occu-
pied by Mrs. Veal.
Early possession given.
M. S. HUNT.
Hamilton, 5th Septr., 1881.
ASK your Grocer for A. E. WHYLAND'S
About 40,000 Lbs.
Remaining from our Contract Supplies.
Will be sold cheap in lots, or the whole.
Reid Street, August 8,1881.
1C a i t tout4
Hhds., Half Bhds,, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & C0.
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERS,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
Fcr Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m.
(From the Royal Gazette Extra of Tuesday last.) I Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the Honorable'
PROROGATION OF THE J House of Assembly;
olnia P li men Although the total declared value of
Colonial Pari SImCHt. the Colonial produce shipped during the
past season was in excess of that of recent
SPEECH OF HIS HONOR THE ACTING GOV- years, I regret to learn that the pecuni-
ERNOR ON THE OCCASION. ary returns as regards the producer have
At 13 o'clock this day, Tuesday, the 27th The cause, in many cases, appears to
At 130 o'clock this day, Tuesday, the 27th Sep- be over cultivation on insufficient means.
tember, His Honor Colonel E. C. A. GoDoxI, C.R.
E., Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief, ac- The effect, in such cases, is forced lo-
companied by Mrs. Gordon and attended by Lieu- cal sales, to swell the result of which
tenant J. C. M. Beresford, R.E., A.D.C., came everything is packed regardless alike of its
down to the Council Chamber for the purpose of fitness for the market and of the effect
Proroguing the Colonial Parliament. that such a system produces on the mar-
At the entrance to the Public Buildings His ketable value of the article offered for
Honor was received by a Guard of Honor, sale.
composed of 100 rank and file of the Royal Irish The remedy would seem to lie in the
Rifles, under command of Captain Chatfield, with direction
Lieuts. Stuart and Welman, the latter bearing the reaction
Queen's Colours-and as he -rode up the guard pre- lst.-Of the producer restricting the
sented arms, whilst the Band of the Rifles played area of his cultivation to the means
the National Anthem. at his own command.
On entering the Council Chamber His Honor 2nd.-A judicious supervision of the
was received by the President and Members of quality of the articles to be exported.
Her Majesty's Council. Among those present we
noticed :-Mrs. Rees, Mrs. James Tucker, Captain The local market is yearly drifting
Barnardiston, R.N., Captain Superintendent Royal more and more into a groove which is
Naval Establishments and Mrs. Barnardiston, Col. disadvantageous to local interests and it
Macdonnell, R.E., Col. Adams, R.I.R., Capt. He- will require combined action, patience and
neage, R.E., and Mrs. Heneage, Capt. Washington, organisation to free it from this disadvan-
R.E.,andMrs.Washington,Asst.-Comy.-Genl. Ran- stage. If a local Bank could be establish-
dall and Mrs. Randall, Lt.-Col. Newport, R.A.,ed or a financial combination from which
Capt. and Adjt. Day, R.A., Capt. Ponsonby, ed, or a finanal combination from which
Brigade Major, Capt. Stuart, R.I.R., and Mrs. advances, on actual and approved produce,
Stuart, Capt. Graham, R.I.R., Lieut. and Adjt. could be obtained, at fair and moderate
Thompson, R.E., Lt. and Adjt. Haggard, R.I.R., rates, so as to' enable the producer to
Lieuts. Penrose and Laffan, R.E., Lieuts. Welman, send his produce to the market of his
Formby and Spencer, R.I.R., Dy.-Asst.-Comy.. own selection, an important step would be
Genl. Moore, Capt. Davis, A.P.D., Revd. E. J. taken towards emancipating the farmers
Hardy, Chaplain to theTorces, and Mrs. Hardy, from their present disadvantages.
Lieut.-Com. Harsten, H.MS. Forester;" Mrs. T. The resul of he late Census is
D. Middleton, Mrs. Chatfield, Mrs. Keane, Miis The result of the late Census is
Tucker, Miss Gosling, and the Misses Masters. satisfactory, showing as it does an increase
Rev. J. L. Lough, Reginald Gray, Esq., W. E. of 15 per cent on the total population of
Talbot, Esq., S. S. Ingham, Jr., Esq., and M. S. these Islands during the last ten years.
Hunt, Esq. The Education Act continues to work
The Provost Marshal General having been di- well. From the last Annual Report
reacted by His Honor the Acting Governor to re- of the 'Board of Education it is evident
quest the attendance at the Council Chamber of the that steady improvement is being made in
House of Assembly, the Members of that Honora- the work of the schoolroom and the in-
ble House-headed by their Speaker, the Hon. creased attendance of children of the poorer
Samuel Saltus Ingham-were soon in attendance classes proves that the Local Vestries, upon
when His Honor delivered, in a clear and feeling whose co-operation the success of the Act
manner, the following so largely depends, are becoming alive to
SPEECH: the duties imposed upon them by that Act.
Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of the The melancholy intelligence which has
Legislative Council; just reached us of the death of President
Mr. eakerntlemen of the Honorable Garfield will I am sure have been receiv-
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the honorable ed by you all with feelings of profound
House of Assembly; regret and sympathy.
I am glad to have it in my power to re- After a long period of intense suffer-
lease you from further attendance on your ing on the part of President Garfield his
Parliamentary duties. Though the present wound has proved fatal. I feel certain
Session has been of short duration com- that this community, like every other in
pared with that of last year you have thl civilized world, will sympathize with
passed some useful and valuable Acts which, the widowed lady who has so nobly and
I trust, will tend to advance the general faithfully watched over her husband dur-
interests of this Colony. ing his last illness, and with the Nation
Amongst them the Act by which pro- which has thus been deprived by the hand
vision is made for the recording of Wills of an assassin of its newly-elected Chief
and Deeds remedies a crying and danger- Magistrate.
ous evil and can be regarded in no other It gives me pleasure, Gentlemen, to
light than that of a public boon, remov- be able to release you from your Parlia-
ing, as it is to be hoped it will, a dan- mentary duties and I trust that the coming
gerous source of confusion and litigation eas I tr blessing, crove,
I.- ._4.1- season may, by the Divine blessing, prove,
A GRAND 'TZE
ORIENTAL B A Z A A
WILL BE HELD,
AT THE NEW B. M. E. CHURCH,
October 4th & 5th.
It is designed to make this the most interest-
ing Entertainment of the Season. There will
be a Bazaar and Gipsy Tent Post Office, Re-
becca at the Well, Fishing Pond and Birds
The Evening Entertainment will consist of
Jubilee Songs, assisted by the Band; also Re-
citations, Dialogues, and Tableaux Vi-vants.
A full supply of all kinds of refreshments
neatly prepared will be served.
Dinner laid at 12 (noon). Tea served at 6
Admission-Reserved Seats 1/6 ; Others 1/.
All Sunday School Schools 12 years and
Concert in the evening to commence at 8.
Tickets can be had at Mr. J. H. T. Jasckon's
Store, where a plan of the Seating can be seen.
Hamilton, September 21, 1881.-2
Imperial German Consulate,
ST. GEORGE'S IBVKMUDA.
INFORMATION is requested of IDI)WA RID
WVITT.MAN, a Cerruan, who has been
Planting, near Heron Bay, in Warwick Parish;
any information regarding him will be consider-
ed a great favor to his anxious relatives.
The German Cunsul,
WM E. MEYER .
FOREST L KE ICE COM-*
Office at 10 2 i OUSE, East Broadway.
(rHIE Subscribers would respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Order-
or Ice in a first class manner and at the reasons
abl, price of Hialf-P'enny per pound.
WVe will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
|louse of the late Captain Castner, last road-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
lie during winter months.
Ey prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
Ice delivered daily (Sundays excepted) in
Sla:nmilton and vicinity.
N.I!.-I'"E HOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6
p.n'. daily, Suudays excepted, when it will be
open from 7 to 8.
JOHN B. STtHL 4' CO.,
East Boadway, Ilamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf
among parties interest in te numerous propitious for the welfare of this olony
Wills and Deeds which have accumulated in general and for the interest of you alln
in the Office of the Colonial Secretary individually the interests of you all
while this important measure has been kept Just Received from London via
The provision you have made for im- W ines for the Season. New York,
proving the accommodation for persons A CHOICE SELECTION OF
,subjected to Quarantine will enable the pL\R,ET TImported annually for 32
important Regulations of the Quarantine C kUTERNE \ years from same Hlouse in I1ancy S Ui JTIA,
Acts to be carried out in a more efficient 1Bordeaux I
manner than heretofore and will doubtless HOCK AND
add to the comfort of those who may un- BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
fortunately be subjected to Quarantine re- MOSELILE
strictions. DO Scharzburg Muscatel 1857 O.L. DICKINSON.
The three Resolves you have passed C:IAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry) 0. L. DICKINSON.
making provision for surveys of various DO. St. Peray Hamilton, Sept. 26, 1881.-3*
Channels of approach to these Islands are DO. Swiss .
useful measures which it is to be hoped, DO. Saumur ,__,
Your Acts for the protection of Wild SHER RY Fine Montilla
Birds is a measure which cannot fail to meet DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle FHARD STONE LIME, of best
with general approval but there is another DO. M ANZANILLA20 years in bottle quality, delivered to order.
direction in which protection might be ex- GOSLIA U BROS., CHAS. A V. FRIToH,
tended with advantage to the future wel- Hamilto ad t. Geore's. 63 Front Street.
fare of this Colony and that is trees. Hamilton aud St. George's. 63 Front Street.
Most of you are probably aware that the Established upwards of 50 years. Hamilton, 19th Septpmber, 1831-1 mogth.
rainfall of a country is in a very great May 28th, 1881.
measure affected by the extent of surface .t
covered by trees. As in some districts your M| | fl U f = W'
valuable Trees are being out down to a a
dangerous extent partly, I learn, for ex- UNDE TAKING Business
portation, and as this Colony is entirely 3 The UNDERTAKING Business
dependent on its rainfall for its water sup- -- Is now carried on in the new building next
ply I invite your future attention to the THE Undersigned has received from Tene- South of the Hamilton Steam Saw Mills.
preservation of your trees as a matter af- T riffe a limited supply of ONION SEED, by JOHN 0. DAVIS,
fecting alike your general and individual which will be ready for delivery on Thursday Manager.
welf are. next, 1st proximo. TERMS CASH 10 ALL. tManager.
The Act affording enlarged facilities T. J. PEARMAN. th e west promptly attended to at
for improving the Post Office delivery by Shelly Bay, 29th August, 1881. the Lowest Prices.
means of more liberal Grants is a measure29th August, 1881. Hamilton, August 30th, 1881.
from which the Public may expect to M O -
reap considerable advantage. lugar g sugar VRAL
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the Honorable Ex Myster and Ecelsior from ---
House of Assembly; E. Mystery and. .ce or ER ER,
I thank you in Her Majesty's name for I)emerara, VIT.ERIAR. SUR CEON
the supplies which you have granted for the 1M VF-TERINARY SUR.GEON,
financial year ending the 30th June ne xt. arrels yellow V. P.,ery ,,as removed his Office to the premises of Mrs.
It would be premature at this early pa- liB. H. Young, Reid Street, Hamilton, recently
riod to speculate on the financial position superior Qwality. occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.S.
of the Colony on that date but I trust at erls uscovado. Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
that your anticipations as to the results -0Will visit St. George's professionally on Satur-
of the taxation you have seen fit to au- At lowest rates for the 'Cash.' days. Office at McCallan & Co. Residence
thorise may be fully realized. INGHAM Ilarrington Place, Hamilton Parish.
Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of the S. S. NG. ito Plce, 1881amilton Parish.
,.LLegislative Council; 6th Sept. 1881. August 2, 1881,
ROYAL IRISH RIFLE
Will appear at the
SPAR YARD THEATam.
-FOR TWO NIGHTS ONL Y-
Monday 3rd and Wednesday 5th,
Under the patronage of
and Officers of the Ar.my and Navy.
SONGi (Sentimental and Comic), JOKES,
CONUNDRUMS, DANCING AND
Don't forget to see the Drum Major who has
made those laugh who never laughed before.
B@PRICES-Reserved Seats 216. Front
Seats 1/. Back Seats 6d.
Tickets for the reserved Seats to be obtained
from Dr. Power, R. N., and Lieut. Buckle,
R. I. Rifles, Ireland Island. Tickets for Front
and Back Seats to be obtained at the door.
Doors open at 7 Comnience at 7"30.
Carriages at 10-30.
President-Lieut. R. A. S. BUCKLE; Trea.
surer & Pianist-Lieut. II. WELM IN; Bqi-,
ness Manager-Drumn Major W. F. CO1HES-
MIAN; Stage Manager-A. sOUITTEt.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
The Alden Fish
E P.IPOI TI.G o CO.,
No. 60, Park Place, N. YV.
ALDEN'S EVAPORATED 00O-
Something new, makes all dishes that can he
made from Fresh or Salt Cod. Never spoiles
and gives no trouble to prepare.
Put up in J and I- Lb. packages.
A small quantity of the above on sale at the
B. E. DICKINSON.
Hamiton, 13th September, 1881.-4
General Commission Merchant, 12,
Old Slip, New York.
Special attention given to Foreign Ordera and
H. A. GRANTHAM,
,48 & 47 Front Street.
Hamilton, Sept. 19, 1881.-4 ins.
MADE FROM PURE RIIN
W i TER.I.
'AN be used under all circumstances without
Sthe 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., to6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. m., 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 my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Being a Home Industry respectfully asksa
continuance he Public Patronage.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.
D V. S.,
office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton
Office adjoining Army Pay Office.
Hlours-8 too'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.
Sea Side Library,
A FEW COPIES of the Latest Edition ot the
Sea Side Library, as well as Copies of
"COR N\V ELL' GEOGRAPHY andSAUN.
DER'S READERS, have been received by
the "Flamborough," at the BOTAL UOAsTTEa
Hamilton, Sept. 27th, 1881,
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between th
25th September ast2nd October 1881, height above
the sea where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.
1881. 0 &
Oct. j * General Remarks
*- -- .
26 NNE 37~ 77 30-060 0*00 Fine
: "4T 377 77 30:080 0'00 Fine
28 378 77 30"150 0'00 Fine
29 3 479 78 30-170 0-00 Fine
30 NnE 378 77 80230 0*00 Fine
Oct 1 E 479 78 30164 0'10 Fine
2 n 478 76 30210 000 Fine
I ai ton, October 4, 1881.
q maSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
September 27-Schr. Lily, Orea,. Turks Island.
28-Sohr. Maggie, Darrell, Bangor, Main.
30-MAil Steamer Flamborough. Whitehurst, New
York; 3 boxes merchandise, 2 lots old junk, &c.
CUSTOMf HOUSE-ST. GEORGE'S.
Setember 29-Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Crowell
alifax ; English Mail of the 161h ultimo and ar
assorted eargo.-Agrent, J. M. Hayward.
October 3-Barque Elisa Barse, Hollis, New York
cattle &c., to Trott & Cox.
September 29-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamai.
e; Mails and general cargo.
October 3-Schr. Anna Martin, Weeks, Jacksonville
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Friday last foi
New York :-Hon. S. S. Ingham, Lieut. Ellis, R.N.,
Mrs. T. C. Higgs. Miss Caro Wood. Mrs. Ross ant
Miss Ht. A. Ross. Mrs. G. S. Locke. Miss Rosalie
and Miss Bessie Darrell, Miss R. LoughMiss Amy L
Harvey, Messrs. W. A. Burner, R.N., George A. Bes.
ton, E. A. Richards, Edward Lough, Clements Hay-
ward, Alfred Burner, B, W. Watlington, and F. D. S.
rash.-2nd Cabin, F. Harvey Frith and Marischal F.
Frith.-Steerage and Deck, J. Culmane and Oscal
InthelRoyal Mail Steamer Alpha from Halifax or
Thursday last-Rerd. T. T. Anfuin, Miss Anguin
Miss Harvey, Mrs. Mason and 4 children. Mrs. Bluck,
Coaster Bluck and Miss Masters, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Oakes, Miss Oakes, Mrs. Gorham and son. Miss Crow.
ell, Miss Katie O. and MiasJ E. C. Keefe, Captair
Graham, R.I.R., Lieutenant Crawford, Dr. Cox. R.N.
Hospital, Lieutenant Butler. R.N.. Mr. Thomas Wool-
lieott, R.N.. Mr. Samuel Todd, 2nd Cabin :-Sergt,
Barker, J. M. Jones, Mr. Parker and family, Sergt.
Smith and Wife.
In the ~oval Mail Steamer Alpha for Jamaica
Miss Crowell and Miss Edith Hayward.
S. S. Ceto hence ,t London on 7th September.
H.r i TS. PhAezx. Commander Grenfelt, arrived
here on Tuesday last from Halifax, to proceed hence to
the West Indies.
H. Imt S. Blanche from Jamaica and H. M. S. Dido
farm the West Coast of Africa. were expected at Hali-
fa th26th ultimo. The Dido relieves the Blanche,
the laer, when relieved, will proceed to England to be
paid off; the term of her commission having nearly
Itis is generally believed that Vice Admiral Sir
John rEdmund Commerell. K.C.B., will succeed
Admiral Sir E. A. Inglefield, Kt., C.B., F.R.S., as
Naval Commander-in-Ohief on the North America
and West India Station.
The Flag ship Northampton was at Halifax on
the 26th ultimo.
H. M. S. Tenedos is expected at Halifax about
the middle of the present month. She would leave
soon after arrival for Bermuda.
The many friends of Assistant Paymaster Scott,
of f. M. S. "Northampton," says the Halifax Her-
aid of the 24th ultimo, will be pleased to learn that
he is slowly recovering irom the injuries received
from falling down stairs in the Halifax Hotel on
It is understood that Admiral Sir. E. A. Ingle-
field will succeed Admiral the Hon. G, B. Elliott
as Commander-in-Chief at Devonport next month
consequent on the promotion of Admiral Elliott to
the position of Admiral of the Fleet. It is under-
stood that Mr. George Marcon, Secretary to Sir
Leopold McClintock, and who filled the same po-
sition to Admiral Ingleffeld while on this station,
will perform similar duties at Devonport, and be
sncceeedod on this station by Paymaster Cox, now
of the Phoeni'.-Halifez Morning Herald, Sep. 24.
ROYAL ENGINEER THEATRICALS.
The 20th Company Amateurs gave three per-
formances on Saturday 24th, Monday 26th, and
Tuesday, 27th September, at the Theatre Royal,
Prospect. The pieces selected were a farce by J.
Courtney. Esqr., entitled the "Two Polts," and the
tropical Drama, entitled "British Born." The
Farce preceded the Drama, and was played very
briskly throughout. Sergeant E. Bramble and
Corpl. W. Musgrove sustaining the parts of the Bro.
thers Polt, kept the audience laughing all through
the piece. The curtain then rose for the Drama,
which contained a Prologue and 3 Acts. The Dra-
ma on Saturday was admirably acted by all who
took part in it, but, owing to the unavoidable ab-
sence of one of the company, on Monday and Tues-
day, one of the principal parts-that of Laban
Brood-was, at a few hours notice, entrusted to the
care of Bandsman A. Soutter, R. I. Rifles, and had
he been thoroughly acquainted with the part, would
have been equal to the original character. The
part of John Hope (W. Butters) father of Mary
Hope, was well acted, the part evidently, having
been well studied. The part of Laban Brood-on
Saturday night-was cleverly acted by H. Evans,
who made an excellent villian all through the piece.
George Seymour. Brood's head clerk, was ably sus-
tained, and effectively acted by. Corpl. W. Mus-
grove. Captain Jabez Dolman (J. Dougall), was
very amusing, and as Judule, the head of the mi-
ners, is worthy of special commendation. The part
of Fred s-gles wag ably sustained by Sergeant E.
Brambl he, o is an excellent Comedian. His" office
toilet" and concertina waistcoat," causing roars of
laughter. The part of Mary Hope (R. Gibson) was
very effectively played, especially in the prison
scene. The part of Nancy Treat (W. Morgan) was
played very efficiently,: it being an important and
very pleasing feature of the entertainment. The
soldiers and miners-although only minor parts-
were vell up in their business, the groupings and
tableaux being done with great precision. The en-
tertainment. was -enlivened by the strains of the
splendid string band of the Royal Irish Rifles, con-
duotedaby Mr. U..Browan,-Bandmaster, who also ar-
rang the incidental music for the Drama. We
hope soon to see this company on the boards again,
as their acting was much appreciated by a large
and attentive audience.
The Rev. John Hamphill, of San Francisco, is
being tried for heresy in upholding the views of
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, a cousin of Robert C. In-
gersoll, who conducts three kindergarten schools in
LAW REPORT. Bermuda Hunt Club. One Day Later from the United NATIONAL SYMPATHY.
At a general meetin'- of the Members of the States and Europe. THE BISHOP OF WESTERN NEW YoRKAT THE EN-
COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE-MICHAEL- above named Club in the Town Hall, Hamilton, on -- LISH CutcnH, PARIs.-On a recent Sunday evening
MAS TERM 1881-CRIMINAL SESSIONS. ,Friday last, there were present :-R. D. Darrell, The fine barque Eliza Bar,,, Captain Hollis, from the Bishop of Western New York preached at the
3RD OCTOBER, 1881. Esq., (in the Chair), Mr. D. G. Lane, Dr. P. B. New York arrived at St. George on Sunday last, English Church, Rue D'Aguesseau, Paris, (the Rev.
Divine Service was held at Trinity Church,Ham- Tucker, Mr. D. J. Lane, Mr. John Barritt, Mr. J. with a full cargo of prime oxen. F. S. C. Moran, incumbent) and prefaced his ser-
ilton, at 11 a.m. and was attended by His Honor W. Skinner, Dr. T. H. Outerbridge, Mr. Dudley We are greatly obliged to Captain Hollis for mon with the following remarks, I must ask per.
the Chief Justice, the Hon. J. H. Trimingham, As- Hollis, Lt. Swaine, 86th Regt., Dr. O'Connell, Lt. some New York papers of thi 26th ultimo, furnish- mission, before entering into the subject of my
sistant Justice, the Officers of the Court, most of Laffan, R.E., Mr. W. S. 0. Peniston, Mr. J. Penis- ing us with one day's later news. discourse, to say one word as to the power exer-
the members of the Bar, and a number of Jurors ton, Mr. C. E. Clay, Hon., Sect., pro. tern. cised upon my heart, as that of an American citi-
and others. The meeting resolved to continue the Hunt Club PRESIDENT GARFIELD'S REMAINS. zen, on hearing the solemn prayer offered up to-
The Rev. Mark James conducted the service and for the season of 1881-1882; and upon the resign- The Herald of the 26th ultimo says :-The.re- night for the President of the United States in the
preached the usual Assize Sermon, taking his text action of Mr. C. E. Clay as Hon. Sec., Dr. P. B. mains of the President, which were laid in state in overwhelming circumstances of affliction and dis-.
from II Chronicles, ch. II. v. 5. Tucker proposed Lt. H. Laffan, R.E., as Master of the principal public square of Cleveland yesterday, aster in which those over whom he presides now
After service the Court reassembled for business, Hunt and Hon. Sec., to Hunt Club and Races ; se- were visited by an immense number of people from find themselves. In such a moment of national
His Honor the Chief Justice and the Hon. J. H. conded and unanimously carried. all sections of the country. Delegations--Masonic, crisis I cannot but feel, beloved Christian brethren,
Trimingham, presiding the Hon. E. Harvey The Subscription for this season was fixed at six civic and Military-from .all over the Union, are that I ought to thank your rector, and you, for the
being absent from Bermuda. m, presiding the n. Harvey Shillings. The Chairman next requested to know pouring into the city to attend the funeral to-day. fervency and earnestness of your prayers, as well
The Grand Jury being then empanelled and Ed- the feeling of the meeting asto the advisability Nothing could have been more impressive than as for departing so far from what is, absolutely
win Robert Zuill, Esquire, chosen Foreman, His o holding the uual race meeting in connection theservicesin thechurches yesterday, the solemn requisite to the service of your Church. I may be
Honor the Chief Justice addressed them and said with'the Club. The meeting was unanimous in its ors of th epreachers being aided by the sombre permitted to add that have observed that the Eng-
they would probably be glad to learn that there wish to have the races as heretofore. It was pro- words of the ea s beg aided by the sombre lish press in this great phase of national affliction,
were only nine or ten cases to come before them, and posed that the races should take place during the drapery ofwell the edifices. Every place of worship in has so dealt with the subject that the cause of unity
olas week in November. The day being fixed at a the city was well filled, the congregations being a- between two kindred nations must be greatly
that none of them were likely to give them much las week in November. The day being fixed at a traced over and above the Sabbath day by th between two kindred nations must be greatly
trouble. HisHenor expressed his satisfaction that subsequent meeting to be called by the Hon. Sec. theme of the sermon-the dead President. From strengthened by the spirit manifested by those
here wahs h ny o re as e ihi t e isac on er a His poo oone d d, th t every pulpit were heard lessons drawn from the great organs of public opinion. May that spirit be
charged with using great violence, and after ad- His Honor Colonel E. C. Gordon, C.R.E., the Act- life ard death of Garfield. perpetuated; and may a gracious God grant that a
averting to one or two points which were likely to ing Governor, be requested to patronize the Hunt e aelsimilar spirit of friendship may be diffused among
arise rting to one o twohe casepoints H is Honor dismissedly the Club and Races. President Arthur's inaugural address seems to give all mankind, in fulfilment of the glorious song of
Grand Jury to their duties His Honor dismissed the The Meeting adjourned with the understanding very great satisfaction to the republican politicians the angels announcing the Saviour's birth-" Peace
At J120rp.m. theGrad Jury havinfound a Truethat the Honorary Secretary is to call a special of the State. on earth, good will among men."-New York Chureh.
Bill against Richard Thomas Darrell, Ishmael Ralph meeting when the time comes to make arrang- Hopes are entertained that the King of Spain wil man, Aug. 13, 1881.
Robinson Johnson and John Henry Campbell. on a ments for the Races. shortly have an heir.
charge of Shopbreaking and Larceny, and Camp- Parnell had a reception in Dublin on his return GREECE.
bell having escaped, Darrell and Johnson were ar- ABBOTSFORD-REVIEW AT EDINBURGH from his home in Wicklow. The King of Greece performed a graceful act in
rained and pleaded Guilty." The Court sen- The King of Greece performed a graceful alt in
tenced Darrell to twelve months imprisonment with OF 40,000 VOLUNTEERS. At the church services all over Europe the death of making the fiftieth anniversary of Dr. Hill's work
hard labour and Johnson to six months imprison- Extract from a Letterby a oungBermudian Lady to President Garfield was fittinly remembered. Canon at Athens the occasion of a public acknowledgment
ment with hard labour, her Mother. Stubbs, at St. Paul's London, and Canon Duck. of the great service he had rendered to the King-
The Queen ag. Richard Thomas Darrell Shop We visited Melros Abbey the ruins of which are worth at Westminster Abbey, preached upon the dom by the labors of himself and his devoted wife.
The Queen ag. Richard Thomas Darrell Shop. We visited Melrose Abbey the ruins of which are event. Throughout Great Britain sermons and1 Fifty years of service in a foreign land by husband
breaking and Larceny. The Grand Jury found very picturesque, and also Abbotsford, where Sir prayers for the dead were heard. In Paris the flags and wife is not an oft told tale. The Church her
a True Bill. The prisoner being arraigned Walter Scott lived. It is a solid looking old house, were hung at half mast and the preachers referred self gladly recognizes the honesty of purpose and
pleaded "Not Guilty" and a Jury was empanell- very prettily situated on the Banks of the Dee. I to the sad occasion. The Spanish Court has gone the diligence with which these, her servants, have
ed to try him. saw his study, the chair and desk where he wrote into mourning for eight days. carried on this portion of her work. It is remark-
-- ,all his books. In the same room is the last suit of cri pt o h wr Ii r eak
aable, too, that after these long fifty years Dr. Hill
Darrell was found guilty and sentenced to six clothes he wore-the old fashioned silk hat and PARIS, Sept. 23.-The strength of the French inforwarding to the Presiding Bishop of the United
Calendar months imprisonment with hard labour. light grey gaiters; the chair in which Robert Army in Tunis is reported to be 1,005 officers and States the King's testimonial, addresses Bishop
Tne Court is adjourned till this (Tuesday) morni ruce was "doomed to death by cruel hands." In 33,600 men. It will be increased oon by the ad- Smith, who, fifty years ago, was the chief adviser of
at 10 o'clock. SivenWalter'DrawinRoomare 14 ebon chairs edition of 5,000 men. Dr. Hill as to his entering uponthe working Athens.
LIST OF JURORS handsomely carved oak one, carved in figures, giv- TuNIs, Sept. 23 Mustopha, the ex-Premier of
en to him by Pope Pius; in a glass case is a writ- Tunis, has left there. The Bey presented hitm with To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Returned to serve in the Court of General Assize ing case taken from Napoleon's carriage at the a diamond collar and a famous emerald-one be- neither a Planter nor a Mer
MIC'HAELM-AS TERM, battle of Waterloo; an oil painting of Queen Mary longing to the Spanish crown. SI,-Although neither a later nor a Mer.
MICHAEMASafter she was beheaded. The ceiling of this room LOND Sept. 24-A letter received from Hen. chant I yet take a lively interest in the commercial
St. Georqes.-Benjamin Burchall, Henry Stollard, is an imitation of Rosslyn Chapel. In an adjoin- rv M. Stanley, the Afri-an explorer, dated Conm o prosperity of the community, and I therefore ven-
John Alderman, Peter Roth Carris, Robert Ed- ing room there is a great variety of things, among River, tnlv 4t, sas he has been seriously sic ture to address a few lines to you, principally to
mund Nelvon Boggs, Richard Samuel Gibbons. which are Rob Roy's Gun, Prince Charles' Sword, through the month of May so seriously, that h express my entire approval of that portion of the
Hamilton-William Alate Hollis. Thomas William Mary Queen of Scots Money Box, and the cross Euoan letter of your correspondent Devonshire" in our
Hill, James Love Pearman, Edward Thompson she carried when she went to be beheaded-very companions, bt the crisis is passed, and he is now foreign markets.a change our
Brown, Michael James Burrows Davis, James handsome, mother of pearl inlaid with ivory; a strongand hearty. crisis is passed, and he is now foreign markets.
Anderson Lightbourn. very curious looking Russian Prayer Book, a carv- Stear I feel sure that hiso should notha the extra
Smith-Edwin Robert Zuill, John Richardson, ing in oak of the Pascal Lamb-taken from one of I DIA.-BoMnA, Sept' 22.-There has Steamer k, the crop season should not run to New
Edward Peniston, Stafford Nairn Joell, Isaac the columns at Dyburgh Abbey. We then went to sris rioting btw n Hindoos and Mussulman leans, or possibly to al l of them alternately, would
Smith, Jeremiah Scott Pearman. Dyburgh Abbey where Sir Walter Scott was at oot, i Punab. oinin leans, or possiblythe latter slah- to ain of them vastly improved co rnately, would
Devonshire-Julian Tucker. William Henry Jones, buried; it is a beautiful old Abbey, parts of it are atn oltan, in Punjah. owing to the latter slangh- result in a vastly improved condition of our price
Eugenious Augustus Zuill, William Thomas overgrown with vines. We heard the Cookoo so trying battle. The ilitaryquelled the riot. Tem- for produce. Instead of the whole, or by far the
Adams, James Henry Stone, Benjamin Edwin I prettily. We were at Edinburgh on the occasion ples, mosques and shops were much damaged. greater part, of the crop being forced on the New
Smith. of the Volunteer Review of 40,000 men-over three Avoob Defeated.-LONDON, Sep. 25.-A report York Market, where it is entirely at the mercy of Q
Pembroke-Charles Treadwell Conyers, Nathaniel 'times as many as there are inhabitants in Bermuda has been received in Bombay that Ayoob Khan was the Marketmen, new markets would be found for
Spofforth Bascome, William Henry Hughes, Fran- -such a sight. We were at the side of Arthur's defeated by the Ameer on the 22nd inst., and has at least one-third of it. The practical result of this
cis Romeo, Charles Bernard Ingham, John Bar- Seal-opposite Holyrood. Palace. We saw the fled to Herat, abandoning his guns and baggage. I feel sure would be that not only would that one-
ritt. Queen come out of the Palace and get into her The desertion of two of his regiments decided the third sell at profitable prices, but the value of the
Paacts-William Henry German, Campbell Ray, carriage-we saw her quite well-but as there was action. The Ameer has not yet entered Candahar, remaining two-thirds sent to New York would be
Benjamin James Harriott. Robert Richard Jen- a heavy rain we could not stay to witness the finish but the city is defenceless. The fighting between considerably enhanced.
nings Tucker, Florentius Frith Harriott, Charles of this grand parade-this array of true and noble the Ameer and Ayoob Khan lasted from seven It is a thousand pities that "Devonshire" did
Albert Jones. hearted men. o'clock in the morning until noon. not bring. forward his views at the recent meeting
Warwick-Daniel Dunscombe, John William Ing-
ham. Edwin Benjamin Darrell, Henrv Archibald
Smith, Peter Walker, Thomas Trew Usher.
Southampton--Henry Adolphus Simmons, James
Dickinson Perencbief, Samuel Lambert, Joseph
Samuel Frith, Joseph William Hill, George Watts
Sandys-Edward Blackwell, John Henry Pitman,
Frederick Alexander Forth Misick, David Tuck.
er, Edward Crawley, James Henry Roach Tay-
Expression of Sympathy-Legislative Coun-
cil of Bermuda-Death of President
The following is a copy of an expression of sym-
pathy on the part of the Members of the Legisla-
tive Council of Bermuda with the people of the
United States respecting the sad death of the late
President Garfield, which has been transmitted by
His Honor the Acting Governor to the Secretary of
the British Legation at Washington:-
We, the undersigned Members of the Legislative
Council of Bermuda, desire to record our sense of
the great loss which the people of the United States
have sustained in the death, by the hand of an as-
sassin, of the late President James A. Garfield, and
to express our sympathy with the widowed Lady
who so faithfully watched over her husband in his
last painful and protracted illness.
(Signed) JOSIAH REES, President;
A. J. M-ussoN,
W. H. GOSLING,
J. H. TIMINGHAMx,
JAMES TUCxER, Receiver
R. E. WEBSTER, Colonial
Council Chamber, Bermuda
29th September, 1881. f
Arrival of the English Hall of the
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Captain Crow-
ell, arrived at St. Georges on thb afternoon of
Thursday last, bringing the English Mail of the
We are indebted to Captain Crowoll and other
friends for Halifax papers of the 26th ultimo. This
mail reached Halifax via Ramouske, on the 25th.
THE DOMINION EXHIBITION AT HALIFAX.-The
Exhibition or Industrial Show was opened at Hali-
fax on the 23rd ultimo, and although another week
would be required to complete the building, still
there was a goodly show of exhibits and a very
large attendance of persons from the City and sub-
urbs-trains were arriving full of exhibitors and
sightseers and there was every probability of its
proving a grand success.
There will be a grand display of fireworks on
next Thursday at Halifax in connection with the
Dominion Exhibition, and to make the affair more
unique it is proposed to purchase the barque Try-
which recently put into that port disabled, and
bought for her iron ballast and copper fastenings,
and is to be burnt-for the purpose of making a
most brilliant and rare addition to the programme
of a burning ship.
A COTTON FACTORY IN THE CITY OF HALIFAX.-
The "Caldwell Property," situated at the corner
of Kempt Road and Young Street has been se-
lected for the purposA of the cotton factory: it
contains 281 acres, and was obtained at a cost of
$16,000. This site is thought to be most eligible.
The buildings are to be of brick and the main
building will be 360 feet long and 74 wide and
with the wings, one at each end, will give a front-
age of 424 feet. Two millions and a half of bricks
will be required to construct the building.
The Corporation of Halifax have promised the
projected Dry Dock in that city $10,000 a year for
20 years, and exemption from taxation. This is
done to attract shipping to the port and give em-
ployment to their ship carpenters, caulkers, &c.
ST. GEORGE'S MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
At a meeting of the Freeholders held at the Town
Hall St. Georges. yesterday, the Worshipful W, T.
Roberts presiding, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Conn-
cilmen for the ensuing Munielpal year, were elect-
MAYOR-W. C. .. Hyland, Esq M.C.P.
ALDERMEN-J. A. Atwood, M.C.P., Jos. M. Hay-
ward, M.C.P., and W. H. Griset, Esqrs.
C'.nKnV ^A~0 A11.- T--.T. TT TT f111
'ummN OUNCIL-Alber t Inglis, t. Gilbert, ENGLAND.--ONDON, Sept. 22.-The Times,
M.C.P., William M. McCallan, C. Wright Mc- alluding to the Queen's order relative to Court
Callan, John T Bourne, Esqrs. mourning for Gen. Garfield, says: "This tribute
of respect will he all the more valued by Americans,
ST. GEORGE'S HARBOR REGATTA. as it is unprecedented, no similar notice having
We understand the Annual Dingy and Skiff been taken previously by the English court of the
Races to be held in St. George's Harbor, to-mor- death of an American President in office.
row, Wednesday, are likely to be well attended. The Nihilists.-ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 22.-Sixty
Nine Dingies, manned by picked amateur crews, mpn and fifteen women, are soon to be tried.
and one new Gig., having already been entered When these offenders have been disposed of the
here, while the St. George's List shews twice that men and women who mined the whole of the street
number, through which the late Emperor and Empress were
The Steam Tug Reliance leaves Hamilton at expected to pass on the day of the late Emperor's
8.30 a.m., on Wednesday with a party on Board to assassination will be tried. Their cases-will come
witness the Races. on in December. Twenty-nine persons are impli-
cated in the publication of a new secret paper which
A STONE CUTTING STEAM MACHINE.-Our neigh- has just arrived.
bour, Dr. Reese, on returning from his recent visit The Extradition Treaties.-BERLIN, Sept. 22.-It
to the West Indies and the United States, brought is reported that negotiations were reopened between
with him from New York a steam stone cuttiun Germany. Austria and Russia to revise treaties re.
machine of his own invention, which has been guarding the extradition of the criminals who made
erected on bis property north of his residence, and the murderous attempts on the life of the sovereign.
will be put in operation as soon as the boiler It is stated that England and France, who at first
which he expects by the next Flamborough, can be declined to support the Russian proposals, will be
placed in position. We wish the Doctor every suc- gain invited to join in the discussion of the ques.
Independent Boers.-LONDON, Sept. 26.-The
Standard's despatch from Fort Amiel says :-The
Transvall Volksraad has rejected the convention
with England. The decision, though not unexpect-
ed, causes excitement."
Arrived from the Arctic -SAN FRANCISO, Sep. 25.
-A despatch from Victoria, B. C., says:-" The
schooner San Diego has arrived here from Behring
Strait. She saw nothing of the Jeanette or either
of the relief expeditions."
at the Town Hall, as I cannot but think that the
soundness and practicability of them would have
commended them to all present.
It is not, however,' yet too late to do something,
and if another meeting could be convened, I feel
sure that some course could be adopted far more
feasible than that which was carried unanimously
at the last meeting. It is almost impossible in a
large meeting which assembles without any settled
plan of action to do anything really practical. By
far the best course to have taken in my opinion
would have been to appoint a Committee of some
of the best known Merchants and Planters present,
to receive suggestions and submit a proposal to a
subsequent meeting which could then have been
fully discussed, and I feel sure the result would
have been far more satisfactory to all concerned.
In spite of the trouble taken by the promoters of
the meeting, it must be generally admitted that it
has failed to suggest even a plausible remedy for the
commercial ruin which is threatening the Island.
I sincerely trust that the facts and arguments in
"Devonshire's" letter will carry conviction to the
minds of so many of our farmers that they will not
rest satisfied until his suggestions are adopted.
Probably a Petition to the Legislature to amend the
existing Act regulating Steam Communication
with New York would be necessary as a first step,
and so many Members of the House of Assembly
are deeply interested in farming that any scheme
which suggested a practical solution of the present
difficulty would be sure to receive a favorable con-
sideration. Hundreds of signatures could, I am
sure, be obtained to such a Petition without difficul-
ty, and I suggest to "Devonshire" that he should
start it himself or influence some of his friends to
With many apologies for trespassing so long on
TTnnr-I l bToAl R-npac
OW On the present trip of the Royal Mail Steam- I re ... nt
er 'Alpha' will have to remain at Jamaica from the To the Rditor of the Royal Gazette. I remain, your obedient Servant,
6th to the 9th instant, if necessary, awaiting the I DEAR SIR,-After the two men of integrity and -CIVS.
arrival at Jamana of the Royal Mail Company's ability shall have succeeded in establishing agencies Hamilton, 30th September, 1881.
Packet from Colon. for our produce in the Western cities of the United
-.--- States, to what extent will the farmers be benefit- For the Royal Gazette-
PAGET'S UNION CLUB REGATTA.-A very inter, ted ? Debarred from free access to the sheds and T
testing open Boat Race took place in Hamilton HTar- subsidized steamers by the action of the Corpora- ST. GEORGE'S HARBOUR REGATTA.
bour on Friday last, in which ten boats compet- tion. he is still in the hands of the brokers, whose The Regatta in contemplation for Wednesday
ed and came in in the following order :--Foam, magic ring is still intact. He must continue to al- (weather permitting,) bids fair to be of an exceed-
Challenger, Tarquin, Reckless, Nameless, Fair low his goods to Pass through their hands, and con- inzlv interesting character. judging by the number
Play, Dauntless, Mary Ann, Jack and Little Ellis. sequently through the houses which they represent, of boats of various descriptions, and the pains and
After the Race the interesting and very amusing and by this means he will always find the market to expense taken by the owners in fitting them up
feat of winning a pig, which was placed in a care which he ships fully supplied ; for it is not to the for the occasion, not to speak of the enthusiasm
at the end of a well greased pole projecting some 25 i interest of the ring that the present system should manifested by the inhabitants generally throughout
feet beyond the curb of the Wharf. After several be changed. He cannot even ship to London by the Islands.
very ridiculous attempts and failures, Mr. Robert the favoured line. for produce cannot be received at Should the dav prove to be a favourable one
Ball succeeded in securing the prize. This is not, we the stage as in other less civilized countries, and there is not the slightest doubt about the affair
understand, the first instance in which this person even by using the few feet of the shed at the service povin itsef a great success-as theStewards who
has, under similar circumstances, succeeded in tak of its rightful owners, his chance of shipping is so having itself idane ofsuccess-as the whole affair are probably
ing the prize, remote as to be useless, the best and most trustworthy who could have been
-- It would be well for the Honourable gentlemen selected. There are up to the present time entered
The London Gazette of August 23rd announces who presided at the meeting, and who so strongly for the race 23 Dinoevs, 12 Skiffs, and several
the promotion of Quartermaster McKay Thomas advocated the scheme contemplated, or the Steam- Gis and Whaleboats." Yours,
(late XX Regiment, now Lancashire Fusiliers,) to ship Agent who desires no law to govern us in the Gigs and W ebotsLOOKER ON.
the honorary and relative rank of Captain in the handling of our produce, but the mighty ocean that October 3, 1881
Army. We are sure our readers will heartily join surrounds us, to enlighten the farmers through the October 8'1881.
us in offering our sincere congratulations to Cap- medium of your widely circulated journal, as to how
tain McKay on his well-deserved advancement, these difficulties may be obviated. j THE PRINCESS LOUISE.
Fle has been in our midst for some considerable FARMING INTEREST. -
time, and has succeeded in gaining the respect and October 1, 1881., HER ROYAL HIGHNESa TO RAIL FOR CANADA ON
esteem of all who have had the good fortune of ____ OCTOBER 20TH.
meeting him--C/prus Times, September 3. For the Royal Gazette MO EA Sept 17-From a p e b th
MONTREAL. Sept. 17.-From a passenger by the
PEMBROKE PARISH CHURCH. Sardinian iust arrived, noccipyine an eminent Pn-
ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS THAT Do Us No GOOD.- Pursuant to notice a Parish Meetin-g was con- sition in the Dominion, I have learned some facts
It is said that fully one hundred million dollars vened on Friday the 30th Sept. at the Town Hall, regarding the Princess Louise. My informant is
for carrying American freights will go into Eng- for the purpose of considering the erection of a enabled to speak from intimate personal know-
lish pockets this year. At the present rate for Vestry, and the alteration of the Chancel pews ledge. Tt appears the prolonged absence of Her
freights many vessels will more than half pay from their present position to running East and Royal Fighress has solly arisen from her impair-
for themselves in this year's business, and still the West; and a motion was offered accordingly:; o Od health. She has entirely lost the freshness and
United States has no marine worth speaking of. which an "amendment" was moved adverse to the bloom so consicionus in her cheeks when she came
If we cannot buy, borrow or beg hips whereby we change, and strongly urged byv the mover on the to this country. She has also become quite thin,
can obtain a share of this business, pray let us ground of its being ritualistic. The amendment was is vastly changed in appearance, and looks much
change the antiquated "protective" navigation carried by a majority of twelve, and then the ori- older than hr yenr warrant. She deeply regretted
laws and purchase foreign vessels. We can thus ginal motion was put and lost by the same ma- not heiny able to accompany the Marquis to the
bc gin to take our proper place in the carrying trade jority, and the meeting adjourned sine die. North-West, as she had long looked forward with
on the oceans, find employment for our capital t 180 persons were notified specially, besides pleasure to the visit. Al the arrangements are
and initiate some true American sailors for our advertisements, and 22 attended. completed for her departure from England for
navy of the hereafter.-Boson Transcript. October 1. ANTIQU Y. c completed for he 20th r departure from England for
SCanada on the 20th of October.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
THE BRITIsH FtAG:-The Boston Post says:-
The British flag waved over the President's cottage
at Long Branch. The Cottage was owned by an
Englishman, but as he was kind enough to offer it
to the President, free of charge, let us not growl
because the red cross of St. George disputes title
with the stars and stripes. The two greatest na-
tion of the world prayed earnestly for the Presi-
dent's recovery, and the flags of the two waved
over his head. It was something to be proud of,
not to resent.
THu "TIMES" ON SUSPOCTS.-LONDON, Sept. 19.
-The Times says: "It would be well if the mem-
bers of imprisoned suspects were increased by some
Irish-Americans who, not out of patriotism, but
spite against everything English, have been at no
pains to conceal their advocacy of armed insurrec-
tion. If their are soldiers and Coercion Acts in
Ireland the English people deplore such means of
government, but it is the attitude of a section of
the Irish people themselves under unscrupulous
leaders, which has rendered those things neces-
President Arthur has issued a Proelamption con.
evening the Senate in extra Session for October 10.
The total amount of Mrs. Garfield's fund on the
23rd September was $272,789 64 cents.
Monday, 26th ultimo, the day appointed for Pre-
sident Garfield's funeral, has been designated by
President Arthur as a day of fasting, humiliation
and prayer. No other business is to be transacted.
Members of the Cabinet are requested to retain
their respective positions.
A memorial window to President Garfield is to
be placed in the Chapel of Williams' College, Wil-
liamstown, Mass., of which Garfield was a graduate,
by Cyrus W. Field.
Card of Thanks.-WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.-The
following bas been sent by the Department of
State, Washington, to Lowell, Minister at Lon- -
don: "Publish a card in the, Loondon press saying
that the bereaved family of the President and the
mourning nation are deeply touched by the kind
messages of sympathy which the telegraph brings
from all parts of the British Empire, and express.
ing deep regret at the impossibility of making a
special acknowledgment due in each case.
(Signed) "BLAINE, I
Similar dispatches were sent to the other foreign
WAGES IN WINNIPEG, CANADA WEST.
Below is given a table showing the wages paid
In Winnipeg-which will at least prove interesting
Carpenters.................... 82 75 to $8 50 per day,
Bricklayers ................... 6 00 to 7 00 "i
Plasterers ........................ 5 00 o 6 00 46
Laborers................. 2 50 to 2 75 "'
Painterers........................ 2 50 to 2 75 "
Lathers ........................... 41 to 5 cts. per yard.
Dry Goods Clerks ........... $50 to $60 per month
Hardware "* ............. 60 to 75 "
Grocery ..... ...... 55to 75 "4
Extensive and destructive Forest fires were rag-
ing in California, 60,000 acres have already been
destroyed, much of it valuable timber land.
THE WBATH, THE PRESENT OF QUEEN VICTORIA
was the only floral decoration that was allowed to
remain on the Casket containing the remains of
the late President Garfield, on its departure from
Washington, the others having been removed by
request of Mrs. Garfield, to be sent to her home at
Mentor. It had been placed upon the head of the
coffin when the lid was closed and which remained
there when the coffin was borne to the hearse and
will be upon it till the remains are buried. This
touching tribute of Queen Victoria greatly moved
Mrs. Garfield, as only a woman can feel woman's
sympathy at the time of her greatest earthly sor-
The 38 ton gun, which we alluded to in our last
as being put on board a barge at the Royal Naval
Yard for transportation, has been safely landed at
Fort Cunningham Pier, St. George's. It will, doubt-
less, be soon placed in its intended position at Fort
Cunningham. Another gun of similar size was
forwarded from the Naval Yard to St. Catherine,
ITRoyal Irish Minstrel Troupe perform at'
Spar Yard Theatre, Ireland Island, TO-MOR-
ROW, Wednesday.-For Adv. see 5th column
First Page of this Gazette.
iW' Oriental Bazaar and Entertainment at the
New B. M. E. Church, Hamilton, on TO-DAY and
to-morrow. -For Adv. see 4th column First Page
of this Gazette.
AiA Supplement of Two Col-
umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette.
President Garfield's remains at Cleveland-
President Garfield's Death-Sympathetic De-
monstrations in England.-The American
Press on President Arthur's Inaugural.-Com-
munication, "Plough-Boy," &c. I
BIRTH, in Pagets Parish, on the 22nd ultimo, the
WIFE of Mr. G. A. Jones, of a SON.
S ......... in this Town on 26th ultimo, MRs. WILLIAM
* HENRY WILKINSON, of a DAUGHTER.
........., at Heathcote Hill, Somerset, October 2nd
the WIFE of Mr. Thomas Lines, of a SON.
........., in this Town on the 29th of September
the WIFE of Mr. John Barritt, of a DAUGHTER.
DIED, in Devonshire Parish, on the 28th ultimo,
EDITH MARGARET SUSAN, only daughter of Richard
H. and Louisa J. Boney, aged 10 months and 4 days.-
She is not dead but gone before."
.......... at Mill Village, Parrsboro, N.S., on Sunday
the 4th September, in the 81st year of age, ELIZA, wid-
ow of the late James Ratchfort, Esq., and daughter of
the late Richard Peniston, Esq.. of Penistons, Ber-
Early Rose Seed Pota-
OF THE ABOVE BRAND,
For Sale by
JNO. F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 3rd Oct., 1881.-1
LOST, on the 18th ultimo, a BLAC K
NEWFOUNDLAND PUP, answers to
the name of
Any one 'returning the same to NIEL Mc-
LEOD, Hamilton Gaol, will receive the above
Hamilton, October 4th, 1881.-lpd
Will be Sold,
At Mr. Thomas Burgess' Residence,
Lime Stone Cottage, Pagets,
5th Instant, at 12 o'clock,
The whole of His
OH HOUSEHOLD FTJRNITURE,
Consisting of the following :
TABLES Cane Seat CHAIRS
Bedroom SETS Toilette SETS
PIANO BEDSTEADS WASHSTANDS
1 Donkey 1 Cow
And many other Articles, as the parties are
about to leave the Island.
R. H. DUERDEN,
Hamilton, October 3rd, 1881.
Real Estate in Warwick
Parish for Sale.
I AM INSTRUCTED TO OFFER FOR
At Public Auction,
On the Premises,
October 19th, 1881, at 12 M.
3 Lots or Parcels of L IJD,
About 8 Acres each.
M With the COTTAGES, &c.,
i. i thereon, situated in Warwick Parish,
South of the Parish Church. The above aie
very desirable Properties, and will be sold
either together or singly. A portion of the pur-
chase money may remain on Mortgage if de-
Hlamilton, Octr. 3rd, 1881.
The undersigned has always on
hand full supply of TABLE POTATOES,
in quality superior to any in market, and at
prices to defy competition.
SPECIAL R\TES to Army and Navy
CANTEENS and MESSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 3, 1881.
Notice to Importers.
THE Undersigned will despatch
a first class Vessel from New York for
ON THURSDAY THE 20TH INST.
Rates of Freight-deliverable at
40 cents per dry Barrel.
8 cubic foot,
'75 BrI. for Kerosene OIL,
Engagement List for Freight open at my
Orders to be sent forward per Flamborough'
leaving hence on 13th Inst.
Agents at New York,
JONES & LOUG 1,
52 Exchange Place,
JNO. F. BURROWS.
Ilamiiton, 3rd Oct., 1881.-twice 3p.
St. Domingo COFFEE
For Sale by
N. T. BUTTERFIELD & SON.
Hamilton, September 26th, 1881.-2 3p
4 S ETTS Extra Carriage HARNESS, Sil-
4 Setts Carriage HARNESS, Brass Mounted
2 Setts Double HARNESS, all of superior fin-
ish and best mountings
1 Jump Seat PHAETON to seat 4
1 Buggy 2
2 Market WAGONS
English and American Riding SADi)LES
Riding & D)riving WtIPSS
Cart and Carriage COL-
Leather and Rope HALTERS
Back aud Trace CHAINS
Cart HARNESSES Buggy HARNESSES
Parts of HARNESS HAMES
CHAMOIS, all sizes
SPONGES Lap ROBES
Axle GREASE SOFT SOAP
vd wll 2 0 SZO O )
Sept. 2tth, 1881. 2 3p
An Evening by the Wa-
ters of Barrington Sound,
AT LOLLY'S WELL, FLATTS,
THUR S 0A Y EVENING,
And Refreshments in variety will
on the Sound.
A BAND OF MUSIC will be in attendance.
Open at 5 o'clock.
It Proceeds to be devoted to the Rebuilding of
the Smith's Parish School House.
October 4th, 1891.
Colonist" please copy.
THE STEAM LAUNCH I
Leaves Hamilton at 6 p.m.,
O0r WE DJ.ESDaP,
To take persons wishing to witness the Per-
formance at Spar Yard Theatre, returning aft-
er Performance is over, about II p.m.
Fare I/ each way.
S. S. INGHAM, JR. I
Hamilton, 4th October, 1881.
AT THE SPAR YARD THEATRE,
H. 41. S. Phoenix,
WILL BS Z" 2 ON
FRIDAY, the 7th
Under the Patronage of
CAPTAIN BARNARDISTON, R.N.,
And Officers of the Royal Navy,
Marines and Dockyard.
PART I.-MERCHANT OF
Part of Act 1, Scene I.
Act 4, Scene 1.
PART II.-The Nautical Burlesque
of BLACK-EYED SUSAN.-By
F. C. Bernaud.
Prices of Admission.
Reserved Seats 2/. Front Seats I/. Back 6d.
TICKETS may be obtained at the Spar
Yard Gate, or on application to Lieut. E. N.
PRICE, H.M.S. "Phoenix."
Doors open at 7"30. Commence at 8.
Smoking Strictly Prohibited.
Messrs. Aspell & Co.
T HE Undersigned, having been
empowered by Messrs. ASPELL & Co. of
New York, and of this town, to take charge
of their business in these Islands, hereby noti-
fies all it whom it may concern that he is now
sole Agent of that firm in Bermuda, and as
such requests all persons indebted to the firm
to arrange their accounts with him without
All Accounts not adjusted on or before
WEDNESDAY Next, the 28th instant, will
be left with S. Brownlow Gray, Esq., for col-
Mr. F. D. S. NASH no longer is entitled to
receive money or contract for Messrs. Aspell
GEO. A. BESTON.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 26th' Sept., 1881.-2 3p.
lermuda Hunt Club.
T HE Members of the above Club hope that
the Landowners of Bermuda will continue,
during the coming season, the permission to
cross their Lands, kindly granted them hitner-
Any landowner who is unwilling to grant
this permission is requested to communicate
with the Hony. Secretary.
LIEUT. H. D. LAFFAN, R.E.,
October 4th, 1881.-2 ,
QUEBEC STEAILISHIP CO.,
New York, Sept. 19th, 1881,.
JNTIL FURTHiEKR NO'tCE, the Ireight
from New York to inamilito, Bermuda,
on Potatoes in b irrels, will be forty cents.
A. E. OUTERBRItDGE & CO.,
'Gazette' and Colonist' 4 times ea. 3p
TO THE LUNATIC ASYLUM.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
3RD OCTOBER, 1881.
SEALED TENDERS, in dupli-
cate, will be received at this Office on or
The 20th of October, instant,
From Persons desirous of entering into all or
any of the undermentioned CONTRACTS,
for the period commencing on 1st December,
1881, and ending on 31st March, 1882, viz.:
Supply of BREAD,
Fresh MEAT, Salt and Preserved
POTATOES and other Vegetables,
CANDLES and Kerosene OIL.
FURNITURE AND UTENSILS.
A List of the Supplies to be furnished, can
be seen on application at THIS OFFICE.
Probable quantities required, tQ be ascer-
tained by inquiry of the MEDICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT, who will also furnish any other in-
I.-The Contracts to commence on the 1st of
December, 1881, and to run to March 31st,
1882, to be determinable on three months'
notice being given by either party, such no-
tice to be given on the first of the month.
2.-The Contractors will be required to enter
into Bond, with two approved Sureties, in
one-third of the approximate annual value
of the Articles to be supplied, for the due
fulfilment of the Contracts.
3.-The Articles must be of a quality to be
approved by the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
and be delivered at the Asylum on such days
and at such hours as he may direct.
4.-An Invoice, regularly numbered, must be
sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
ed by the OVEInEER, who will give a receipt
with corresponding number.
5.-Every delivery is to be covered by a writ-
ten Order; the Orders and Receipts will be
produced to the Committee of Quarterly
6.-The articles must also be delivered at the
Asylum on such day and hour as the MaDI-
CAL SUPERINTENDENT may direct.
7.-The Bills and Books will be made up
Monthly, and certified by the MEDICAL SU-
8.-Payments will be made Quarterly, the Ac-
counts having been previously duly certified
by the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT and Au-
9.-If from defect of delivery, or from unsuit-
able quality, the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
is obliged to obtain Supplies elsewhere, the
Contractor for the supply of the Articles
deficient or unsuitable will be liable to any
10.-Each Tender must be enclosed in an En-
velope addressed to the COLONIIAL SECRE-
TARY, and marked on the outside Tender
for Supplies to the Lunatic Asylum."
11.-Forms of Tender required to be used for
the service, can be obtained at this Office.
By His Honor's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Are requested for Purchase of Cedar Tank
No longer suitable for purpose re-
quired of her.
Particulars will be furnished on application
to MASTER SHIPWRIGHT'S OFFICE.
Captain-in-Charge of Naval
Bermuda Dockyard, 3rd October, 1881.--2
The Undersigned will Receive
about 1st November next,
GARNET Seed POTATOES, q
Onion Box MATERIAL,
Tomato Box MATERIAL, the ?Patented 188
new style ten slat box,
Tomato LATHS and ENDS,
All at lowest Market rates
W. T. JAMES,
42- Front Street.
Hamilton, Oct. 3, 1881.
That Commodious Warehouse
No. 4 West Front Street,
Lately in the occupation of Messrs.
Aspell & Co.
S. S. INGRAM.
Hamilton, 4th October, 1881,-2 3p
Colonial Secretary's OfflOe,
1ST OCTOBER, 1881.
rpHE following Acts have been passed by the
-L Legislature of Bermuda during the last
No. 11.-"An Act to provide for the exten-
sion of the Military Electric Telegraph into
the Town of Saint George."
12.-" An Act to provide a Steam Perry be-
| tween the Salt Kettle and the Town of
(In force to 31st December, 1886.)
R. E. WEBSTER,
3 Colonial secretary.
Colonial ,ScretW y'8 OffiMe,
1ST OCTOBER, 1881.
IS HONOR COLONEL E. 0. GORDON,
R.E., Acting Governor and Commander-
in-Chief, has received information from the
Right Honourable the EARL OF KIMBER-
LEY, Her Majesty's PrincipalSecretary of
Statelfor the Colonies that HER MAJESTy will
not be advised to exercise Her power of dis-
allowance in respect of the following Acts of
the Legislature of Bermuda during the last
No. 1.-" An Act to amend the Law relating
2.-" An Act for raising a Revenue for the
support of the Government of these Her
Majesty's Islands, and to appropriate cer-
tain sums to the discharge of the expenses
of Government as therein expressed."
3.- An Act to amend the Audit Act, 1879."
4.-" An Act to amend the Laws relating to
the Protection of Wild Birds."
5.-An Act to make more effectual provision
for the recording of Wills and Deeds in the
6.-An Act to provide a Clerk for the Coloni-
R. E. WEBSTER,
I Collonial Secretary.
Colonial S0retary Office,
1ST OCTOBER, 1881.
lHIS HONOR COLONEL E. C. GORDON,
R.E., Acting Governor and Commander-
in-Chief, has received a Circular Despatch
dated 8th August, 1881, from the Right Ho-
nourable the EARL OF KIMRERTLRY, Her
Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the
Colonies-transmitting a Copy of an Order of
the Queen in Council dated 15th July, 1881,
extending the provisions of the "Foreign
Deserters Act, 1852,"kto the Crews of Danish
Ships when within Her Majesty's Dominions.
The Order in Council can be seen on appli-
cation at the Colonial Secretary's Office.
By His Honor's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonal Secretary.
Beg to offer for Sale,
CASES ASTRAL OIL,
The very few remaining barrels of 130 o test
Kerosene, which will be withdrawn from the
Market if not disposed of before the 30th in-
Five penny" and four penny." Also,
a finished "four penny" for Tomato Boxes, to
which particular attention is asked.
Tomato BOX ENDS,
Bright White LATHS,
EJRLF ROSE POTATOES,
Expected by the R. M. Steamer next Friday.
English Kidney PO TjITOES for
SEED, now landing ex "Flamborough,"
shipped from England via New York.
Pitch Pine PFLOORIUNI, to ar.
rive during the next 20 days.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Sep. 27, 1881.-2 3p.
"Colonist" twice 3rd page.
Two HOUSES at Somer-
as set, situate on the Ferry Road, near
~the residence of the Worshipful JOHN
FOWLE, Esquire, and now occupied
by Mr. David Tucker; they will be sold to-
gether or separate.
For terms or any other information please ap-
ply*to the undersigned.
THOMAS SOUTH WORTH.
St. Georges, 26th Sep., 1881.-2 Sp.
LIST OF UNCLXIVIED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, Oct. 1,1881.
John A Adams, Knud Anderson, Richard Bean;
Henry R Bean, Samuel Block, Thos J Bean, H A
Butterfield, Wm Bean, John M Castino, R Carlson
Mi3uel Cobecca, Frazer Deshield, W F Davis
Henry T Frith, Simona Giadrasict, B G Gilbert.
Antodio Gomez, Brigt J H Bowland," Mary High-
land, Louise Harrison, Wm B Herbert, John M
Jones, R H Jones, Albert Lambert, E Munro*, Ma-
noel T do Moura, Senor Miguel, J Outerbridge
Anna L Pereira, Sarah Packwood, Francis Robin,
son, B P Richardson, G V Story, Emilia A d-
Silva, John Smith, Peter Smith, Wm Swaine
Jose P de Silva, Harriet L Stowe, A W C Steele,
George Simons, Charles Scott, John G Smith,
Francis Simons, Moses Saunders, Benjamia Trott,
F M Trimi:jgham, Mrs A S Wainwright, George H
Wares, George Woolwirdge, Ellen Whatson.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN: THE |POOT OF-
FICE ST. GEORGEfS, October 8, 1881.
Norman S Blanchard, Mrs Julia Castner, J Carl-
ton, Hy C Dawson, Thos Franeis, Mrs Jevuelar,
Thos Jennings, James Mon, Patrick M aguire, Jean-
pett Read, Secretary Somers Pride of \Iodia Lodg4
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,
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him B1o S ypi,.
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It acts upon the Liver.
It acto upon the Kidney.
It gegulates the Bowels.
SIt Prlfles the Blood.
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SIt Promotes Digestion.n an g s.
It Nourishes, Strengthens and nvlgorates.
It carries offthe Old Blood and makes new.
It opens the pores of the liin and Induces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
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but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
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the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
J. H. SMALLWOOD,
No. 319 West 10th st., New York City.
RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
SIB,-I give my testimony with pleasure to the
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P. F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st., New York City.
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY.ST., NEW YORK CITY.
DEAR SIR,-Your justly celebrated INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick .
Headache and Dyspepsia, of. 10 years' standing.
It also cured my child of Scarlet Fever, and my
wife of Female complaints.
GEORGE H. REYNOLD.
Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl.
man Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cured of
Dyspepsia and Indigestion of many years' standing.
Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
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CONSTIPATION WITH HEADACHE.
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and although it at first caused occasional dizziness*
it quickly disappeared on my continuing its use
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great-
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
No. 333 West 32nd at., New York City.
NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 1880*
C. Johnson, M.D.,
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your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
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BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
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SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Gee rge
WHEELWRIGHT & CAR- THE SUN MUTUAL
RIAGEBUILDER. Life Insurance Company
FRED. J. SWJ,
Has resumed business in Reid Street, opposite
Harness JMaking Establishment,
And respectfully solicits a share of Public Pa-
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.
For Sale by Tender,
A BOUT Six- cres oJ LJNwD,
a greater portion of which is Arable,
thereon, in DEVONSHIRE PARISH-second
East of the Old Church.
TENDERS for the above will be received
by the undersigned (who does not bind himself
to accept the highest or any Tender) up to the
FRANCIS J. C. HINSON.
Salt Kettle, September 27, 1881.
S. J. Canton 4n Son,
Watch Repairers and Jewellers
B EG to inform the Public that they intend
carrying on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. BARTHOLO-
MEW, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE AND PLATED-WARE, Musical
BOXES and INSTRUMENTS Repaired at,
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
Hamilton, May 21st, 1881.
JESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
she is now prepc.i:r to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.
Having received by "Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of SHELLS, is prepared
to make up CROSSES, JEWELLERY,
BASKETS, BRIDAL WREATHS, NECK-
LCf' All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 months.
The Undersigned has lately re-u
ceived from New York per S. S.
A Consignment of First Class
Which he offers to the Public Cheap for
A. R. THOMPSON.
Hamilton, August 22, 1881.
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 must 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 Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
St.George's, Bermuda., 14th Feby., 1881.
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.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, Hamilton, .
Deer. 16, 1878. (u.o.o.
Will draw a ton weight; sold for no fault, the
owner having no further use for him.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
August 13, 1881.
JMON TREAL, Co.1XADI.
Incorporated by Act of the Dominion Parlia-
ment in 1865.
Authorised Capital .. .. $1,000,000
Deposited with Dominion Govern-
ment for security of Policy-Hold-
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
THOMAS WORKMAN, DENT,
President Molson' J. M. C. DELES DER-
M. 11. GAULT, Presi-
dent Exch. Bank.
This COMPANY 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 in 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 also indisputable on any grounds
after being admitted by the Company.
P. B. TUCKER, M. D., R. GORHAM,
Medical Adviser, General Agent.
Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
And INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
April 30, 1881.
[THE Undersigned respectfully directs the
S attention of the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with the [louse of
H. K & B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New Ynrk Citv.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed.-,
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-
ago 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.
_" .- .- o o .. .. ; a 75.
And during that time has attended personally to
he execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
n all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur,
dance 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
United States Mail Steamers,
FO 1 LiPERiVPOOL
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
iVA"VVAU T U A A-y
rme per smgH e case, K.o o-u. B,, C. WYOMING sails Tuesday August 16, at 10 a.m'
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO., ARIZONA sails Tuesday August 23, at 4 p.m.
Sole Agents, New York. WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Aug., 30, at H a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday September 6, at 3 p.m.
Protection against FIRE ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday September i3 at,
AT THE MOST MODERATE RATE, 9 a.m.
Can be obtained from the WYOMING sails Tuesday September 20 at 3
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY A m.
PH NIX ARN IZONA sails Tuesday, September 27, at 7
of London, a.m.
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest The above Steamers are built expressly for
Offices in Great Britain. the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these )carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured. ardesses. The Saloon Accommodationsare un-
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item. surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months., ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies. Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
N. A. BUTTERFIELD, each Steamer.
i Agent. The U. S. Mail Steamer Flamborough" from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
amilton, September 9th, 1856. York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
_be transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
A, ENGLAND, HELV]
E, THE QUEEN, ERIN.
(Subject to Change.)
Italy, Wed. Aug.
Sat.Sept. 17, 12-30 p.m.
24, 3. p.m.
Oct. 1, 11. a.m.
8, 3. p.m.
15, 11. a.m.
22, 3. p.m.
Nov. 5,.3. p.m.
12, 9-30 a.m.
19, 3. p.m.
26, 8-30 a.m.
"Dec. 3, 3. p.m.
From London. To London
*Denmark, Sept. 7
*Holland, < 21
Canada, Oct. 5
The Queen, 19
Wed Sept. 21, 3 p-m.
28, 8 a.m.
Oct 5, 3 p.m.
64 19, 2 p.m.
i" 26, 7 a.w.
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A W *
The Late President.
LYING IN STATE IN CLEYBVAND.-TaN IuNxzAL
Ar.TooNA, Pa., Sept. 24.-The Officers who sc-
companied the funeral train report continuous de-
monstration all along the line. At the large towns
great numbers of people were assembled, and at
the residences between the stations lights were dis-
played in the hands of their occupants. At Altoona
the number of people that assembled at the station
is estimated at 10,000. At Lewiston the track was
strewn with flowers. When the train pulled into
the Union Depot at Pittsburg at 5.40 this morning
5,000 people had assembled. No demonstration was
made saving the tolling of bells and firing of
Crv.vz.AND, Sept. 25.-The remains of the late
President which arrived yesterday afternoon from
Washington, are now lying in state in Monumental
Park awaiting consignment to their final resting
place to-morrow. Yesterday the streets began to
be thronged very early. People poured into the
City by every avenue of approach, and all railways
ran every available car to accommodate the unex-
ampled rush toward Cleveland. Monumental Park
where the body of the late President lies in state
of course was the centre of attraction. People
were permitted to enter the Park from the West
and pass through the pavillion three or four abreast
with uncovered heads, look at casket and decora-
tions and then proceed beyond the Park. At dark
electric and calcium lights illuminated the scene;
and the people were allowed to go through all night.
The line of people waiting turn to enter the Park
stretched westward about half a mile. Perfect order
prevailed, everybody seeming to be imbued with
the sense of the solemnity of the occasion. Hundreds
wept as they gazed upon the casket. The coffin was
not opened, it being Mrs. Garfield's wish that the
face be not exposed, on account of its unnatural
appearance, but visitors instead looked at the fea.
tures of the dead as depicted in portrait placed just
above I lie head. At five o'clock a shower came up
but had no perceptible effect in diminishing thi
crowd. It is considered that Cleveland, on Mon.
day, will have the largest display of civic societies
and military organizations ever seen in this coun
CLEVELAND, Sept. 25.-The rain which comment
ced falling about 5 p.m. continued for about hal
an hour. Just before the rain ceased an unusually
bright rainbow became visible, its perfect line
being unbroken. The fact that the rainbow appear
ed while the body of President Garfield lay in stat
at Washington and again to-day has a tendency t
create an impression that it is an omen of good
The city wears the same brilliant appearance to
night as it did last night. Two powerful calcium
lights and over one hundred gas lamps illuminat
the park. All night the long line of people passing
through the pavilion was unbroken. About six o
the members of Garfield's regiment marched in to
day to the pavilion, and deposited the regiment
colours at the foot of the casket. About the sam
time the Member of the Grand Army of Cum
berland marched through the pavilion in a body
Extra trains bearing the members of the Cabine
will leave to-morrow evening at six o'clock fo
Washington. All Cabinet officers except Blainq
who expects to go to Maine for a week, will go o
It. The :present arrangement regarding Mr
Garfield and the rest of the family is that all in
eluding the President's mother will attend th
ceremonies to-morrow. Tuesday morning the
will all leave for Mentor in President's Robert
BosTON, Sept. 25.-In nearly all the churches
throughout the country to-day special reference
the death of President Garfield was made an
touching eulogies pronounced.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 26.-After the ceremonies
the park to-morrow the casket and dais will be pi
on the funeral car and conveyed to Lakeview cemi
tery to the vault where the body will be deposited
In front of the vault four black poles 30 feet hig
suspend a canopy of black cloth 15 by 40 fee
drooping down 8 feet on all sides looped up wil
heavy black cord and tassels. All is black. Ti
passageway and floor of the vault is carpeted. Un
derneath the canopy and the driveway are strew
with evergreens, and upon them a thick layer
cut flowers. The interior of the vault is drape
with deep black, and cut flowers, contributed I
lady teachers in the public schools, are strew
everywhere. In the opening of the centre arch wi
hang a cross 16 feet In length and 34 in widt
trimmed with evergreens. Across the summit
the centre arch four simple but most eloque
words greet the eye: Come Home to Rest." Upo
the two centre columns are two other sentence
via.: Lay him to sleep whom we have learned
love," and, lay him to sleep whom we have learn
to trust." Suspended in the centre of the arch Is
large handsome letter "G" worked in evergre
upon a frame of wood. On the east side may
seen the words: "He lies in all our hearts, dea
cannot touch him there." Upon the west side
the inscription: Love was the source, duty t
law of his life." The whole structure is beautiful
decorated with emblems of love. Mrs. Garfle
visited the cemetery on Sunday, in company wi
the Hon. J. H. Wade. The visit resulted in
confirmation of the site previously fixed upon
the committee. Mrs. Garfield expressed her sati
faction at the choice and her genuine admirati
of the splendid scenery. The bier upon which t
casket will lie is two and a half feet high, and fo
wide: sides coveted with black velvet, and hea
poll looped with silver fringe thrown over alL M
mortal services have been held to-day through
p Ohio, and during the hours of the obsequies t
morrow special funeral ceremonies will take pie
in nearly every city, town and village in the Sta
The services begin at half past ten.
PRESIDENT GARFIELD'S DEATH SY]
rAsINTIc DMxonsAtoNs xxIN EuorPz.
LzzSe, Sept. 24.-The Mayor ordered a men
rial organ recital to be given tonight, and invit
the American Consul. The Bishop of Liverpc
sent a letter of condolence to the American cons
MADzID, Sept.25.-The Spanish Court will
into mourning for one week for the late Preside
LoymoN, Sept. 25.-St. Paul's Cathedral was a
solutely crammed this afternoon, it having be
announced that the services would relate to t
death of President Garfield. The majority of t
congregation were in mourning. When the De
March in Saul" was played, the whole congreg
lion, numbering many thousands, rose and r
gained standing amidst profound silence, all sho
lag grief and many weeping. Canon Stub
preahobed, and specially referred to the cruel ma
ner of Preaident Garfield's death. He extoll
his life and virtues, and expressed sympathy h
the sorrowing American nation at both morni
and evening services. In Westminster Abbey i
forenes were made to the President's death. A
all the principal churches, of all denomination
Gen. Garfield's death formed the subject of symp
thetoe allusion. At several Jewish synagogues,o
Saturday, his death was alluded to.
The N ow York Prue on. Prei Arthur A
dr ept. The ays
Nsaw Toa, Sept. 3.--The u m says P"
sident Arthur's first State paper is an admirable
document. His inaugural address is all that could
be desired in tone and temper, and, short as it is,
contains enough to bring relief to many a mind
which may have been filled with honest doubts as
to the new President's views and purposes. This
address will be well received and will, if possible,
intensify the universal disposition among Republi.
cans and many fair-minded Democrats to give the
President in his trying position their most cordial
good wishes and sincere support. The papers of
this country generally commend it.
The Times says of Arthur's maugural: The
sentiments he expressed were in keeping with the
feelings excited by the solemn events of the last few
days. He was chary of promises, but he gave his
reasons for faith that he would succeed in his ear-
nest endeavor to profit, and to see that the nation
shall profit, by the experience of his predecessor.
There have been misgivings that the accession of
President Arthur to the Presidential chair would
result sooner or later in a radical change in the
character of the Administration, but the people are
ready to cast their misgivings aside and give the
new President their confidence and support."
The World says: People will like the address
none the less inasmuch as it contains, with all its
modesty, the plain intimation of the resolute pur-
pose of its author to decide for himself how he shall
discharge the duties of an office the responsibilities of
which he cannot divide."
The Sun says:-" In his inaugural President Ar-
thur eulogizes his predecessor, by whose example he
hopes to profit, and finds proof of the strength of
popular government in his peaceful installation with-
out strain to the country.'
To the Editor of Royal Gazette.
DEAB Sxn,-The number of communications in
your last issue and the various ideas and opinions
i therein expressed, taken in connection with the
very full attendance at the Public Meeting, shows
perhaps more conclusively than words could con-
1 vey, how all important is the subject to the Public
* mind. Now I believe that no man (except he is
t mere clay) can read these ideas and hear these
, opinions without deriving some benefit, and with-
e out having his own thoughts and ideas set in mo-
- tion; and much good will surely be accomplished
s by ventilating the question by way of an exchange
- of ideas and arguments through the medium of the
Press and by occasional Public meetings. The
- question How to improve our prospects, for the
if coming season" is one of such importance that I
think one need no other apology for bringing it be-
y fore the Public and showing up as plainly as pos-
sible the defects in our present system and using
o his best endeavors to improve it. The ditterent
writers in last week's Gazette have each touched on
some important and vital points of (as one of them
' expresses it) the GREAT ONION. I will mention
m one or two which "took my eye." First, the unani-
e mity with which people agree as to The evil of
g packing a bad or inferior article; indeed people seem
g so unanimous on this poiut that one is led to won-
f der where all the bad stuff comes from; not from
a" the "native" element they say but from the Ish-
l maelites. These transient planters" are made to
e bear a large portion of the responsibility and per-
- haps with some justice, for as they often pay about
y. double the rent a native would pay, and as they
work day and night it is more than probable that
)r in some cases they pack a double quality as well as
e, double quantity of produce. But these are not
n alone to blame. The responsibility of packing ten
s* onions weighing 61 oz. (as mentioned in the Ga-
- zette during the past season) rests farther west than
"e "The Western Islands." The second point which
lY took my eye was the expenses, the charges attached
's to our produce, one writer showing how, on even
the apparently trifling tax for sheddage, and pass-
es ing through the sheds drenched with rain, the
to Corporation bagged the neat little sum of eight or
.d nine hundred pounds." Another writer shows how
that although the freight is ostensibly 60 cents per
at bbl. Tomatoes pay nearly double this sum. It has
ut also been said that "The idea of creating markets
e-. back of New York is suicidal" and would be ruin-
d. ous ;" now I fear this is only too true, for although
rh it would be well to introduce our produce into all
t, the principal cities of the United States, the plan
th proposed is more likely to create a spirit of rivalry
he and opposition, in which the producer would suffer
u. most. This is the legitimate trade of the New York
Vn market men and has always been jealously guarded
of by them and will continue to be. As an idea worthy
ed of very serious consideration I would suggest: -
by To withdraw the subsidy from the New York
n Steamers and let them have a monopoly of the
ill trade under certain stipulations, the first of which
b, should be that they should pay a sort of royalty
of for it: this some shrewd business men assert would
nt fetch several hundred pounds per year. Then offer
on a subsidy for a few years to assist in opening the
es, London market which I contend has never had a
to fair trial, let us have regular fortnightly or monthly
ed steamers during the crop season. By monthly I do
a not mean one that will take a a month to go and a
en month to come back, not one that will wait in some
be other port for a month and keep our produce packed
th and waiting for her for a month. With a good
Is steamer we could send our surplus crop of onions
he (all over 200,000 boxes which we might reasonably
[e suppose the New York market would absorb) and
Id also other vegetables, to the London market, and it
is almost certain that if they were good and ar-
a rived at the right time, they would meet a fair
y market and a trade would be built up. That the
idaea is worthy of a fair practical trial is the opinion
on of PLOUGH-BOY.
ur A Mayor Shot Dead while Robbing a Mill.-Kozo-
vy xo, lad, Sept. 21.-Dr. Henry C. Cole, Mayor of
[e- this city, was shot and killed last night at 10 o'-
ut clock by a Sheriff's posse. For years Cole has been
o- suspected of crooked ways, and he has been sha-
coe dowed by detectives for a long time. The Sheriff's
te. posse was watching the Spring Mills last night,
having had an intimation that the Doctor intend-
ed that night to rob the mill. He had an accom.
M- police, and they had carried four sacks of flour from
he mill, when fire was opened, resulting in Cole's
Dol THE BEACONSFIELD SALE.
go Messrs. Christy, Manson and Woods sold the pie-
go tures and MSS. of the late Earl of Beaconsfield at
nt their rooms, King-Street, St. James's. Notwith-
standing the great heat the room was crowded.
hb- The result of the first day's sale was 3066, and
en the second day's proceedings, exclusive of the wine%
he produced 1,874. A special interest attached to
he the sale, as it included the original manuscripts of
ad six of Lord Beaconsfield's novels-namely, "The
P- Young Duke," Contarini Fleming," Venetia,"
re- 4 Alroy," The Rise of Iskander," and Ixion in
w- Heaven," all of which were given by their author to
As his brother Mr. Ralph Disraeli. The pictures were
n- first disposed of-one of the highest prices, 230 gain
ed eas, being paid for a coast scene by Copley Fielding
for -and then the manuscripts were sold. The prices
4D realized were as follow: "Young Duke," 220 mn-
e- eam; "Cooterini Fleming," 200, guineas; "Van.
At etia," 90 guoieas; "Alroy," 140 pineas; "Rise
ns, of Iskander," 47 guineas ; and xion in Heaven,'
a- 90 guineas. The stereotype plates of the edition of
on the works of Isaao D'Israeli with a memoir and
notes by the Earl of Beaconsfield, fetched 950, and
bthe copyright of the "Life of Lord George Ben-
id. tinok' a political biography by the Earl of Beacons-
4eld, 96. The day' sale realized 9,129, and the
re- whole three days brought upwards.of 7,000.