Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00211
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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THUE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No* 4S.-VOLVIZ.


STATE SUPER VAS ANTIQUAS


24s. per AnnM


IIamillon, Berntmuda, Tuesday, October 25, 1881.


For the Royal Gazette.
FLOWERS IN CHURCHES. ]
Many good Christian families ornament their
tables with flowers, even when entertaining Bishops
and Clergy, whilst some refuse to go to the Lord's
table if there are flowers on it as if it were sinful,-
to such I commend the following beautiful lines
and sentiment-
"rFLOERS."
"They are the autographs of Angels, penned in
Natures' green leaved Book, blended with tints
borrowed from Rainbows and the sunset skies.
They are everywhere-on the mountain's side-in
the lonely dell-on the broad Prairies where all may
read their sacred destiny. Thank God for flowers
-they gladden human hearts-a Seraph's breath
steals from their parted lips with whisperings of
Heaven!" PROTESTANT.
[Selected for this Gazette by a Lady who takes
great interest in the welfare of the laboring class.
WORKING MEN'S HINDRANCES.
Foremost among the impediments to our ad-
vancement must be placed the Rum and Beer Shop.
We cannot deny this; facts stare us too stub-
bornly in the face. If we had devoted only a tenth
part of the money to -our social elevation that we
have spent in our debasement, we should as a class,
have cut a very different figure. We must remem-
ber that the money paid for drink itself is not all the
cost of drinking habits. There is the time consum-
ed in drinking. Many thus waste a whole day in a
week, 52 days in a year! Two months wages ab-
solutely lost! Domestic comfort does not depend
so much upon the amount of money earned, as it does
upon the manner in which whatever may be earned
is spent. A large employer of labour was surprised
to find that many of his indifferent workmen, were
better off with their 18/- per week than several of
his best hands who could earn 30/. One reason was,
that many of these hands as soon as they had earned
a few shillings went to squander them in drink, and
thus wasted time and money together; whilst the
others, in order to secure their smaller amount,
were compelled to labour throughout the week, and
thus were preserved from temptation; another was
that in one class were to be found men who aimed
at promoting the comfort of their families, whilst in
the other many could be pointed out who cared for
nothing but their own gratification, and seemed to
work only that they might drink. It is certain that
if we desire to raise ourselves in the social scale,
thin vice of intemperance must be eradicated from
us-at all events it must cease to be so general as it
now is amongst our class. We cannot advance
many steps up the ladder of progress if we are to
drag a parcel of sots with us.
An important point to be contemplated from the
habitual moderate use of fermented liquors is that a
pint of strong beer in itself is no very great thing.
any people swallow it in almost a single draught
. and in less than a minute. The trifling act, how-
ever, entails one serious' consequence when it is
performed day by day. A pint of strong beer can-
not be bought at a less cost than threepence. Three.
pence a day, at the end of the year amounts to
4 11/3. If it be only laid by and made no use of,
at the end of sixty years it amounts under the same
circumstances, to 273. -If employed instead of
being laid by it might be improved at the end of sixty
years into a large fortune. Hundreds of men have
made thousands of pounds with smaller means.
Money of course, is of no great value in itself, it is
only of value when applied to good service. But
herein lies the gist of the matter. Money always
can be made use of If a young man at the age of
18 begins to lay by threepence every day instead of
buying a pint of beer with it, and continue to do
Ithe same' thing for two years, he may purchase
,, with the saving an allowance of 10-a year, to, com-
mecRe at the age of sixty-five years, and to be con-
tinued as long as he may thereafter happen to live.
If he laid by threepence a day for five,-years, he
em.ldpur~hase with his savings at the end of that
titne an allowance f .ten shillingsia week, to com.
mence at the age of sixty-five. If a young man at 18
begins to lay by three pence a day, and continue to
do the same-thing from year to year he may at once
.purchase the certainty of being-able-to leave behind
him a little fortune of 4800 for his wife or children
or any other relative who inybee dear to and depen-
dent upon him whenever death puts an end to his
earthly labours! Surely no rational and prudent
"man would ever think even 22,000 pints 6f beer as
equivalent for such a result of his industrious la-
bour; ,
SIR JOHN KARSLAKE.
A despatch Irori Lotndon announces that' Sir
Jdhhn"Kargldke, one of'the most prominentof Eng-
ish jurists, died October 5. He was 60 years old,
having been born at'Bfencham, near Croydon, in
18211. Educatedat Harrow School, he was called
to the Bir at the- Middle Temple at the age of 25,
and soon. rose to eminence. He. Qebtained a; silk
gown just as he reached his fortieth birthday, and
in 1867 was returned to Par~iament as member for
Andover. In 178' O t~g~-gh of Huntingdon
returned him, asd as its representative he served
1till '876. As'early as Nivember 0, 166, he 'stas
mafle Slcilor Genoeral, and stas Attorney Ocieeial
from July 1867, to December 1868. He was a close
friend of Disraeli and when the latter was made
Prime Minister one of his first acts was to return
/tle Attorney-Generalship to Sir John, who, hod-
ever, was forced to resign after a few months' ser-
vice, his eyesight failing him. 'He :soon -became
> totally blind, i'be hortroff Knighthood was be-
stowed upon him Jan, 1,1767. ie w..s s.yore a
member of the Privy Cauccil March' 24,1876.
There is rome/hing rather amusing in the grim
determination and persiuteince Wit which English-
men resent a trifling impositionD,-belabour a Lilli-
putian- antagonist in the columns of The Londn
TwmeS; and'gb to law to recover a sixpence. But
doubtless this National characteristic' goes far to
make England a comfortable country to live in
Sand petty frauds 'a rarity there. There is not
enough oltbis bpisit among Americans, who,.as a
rule, would rather. los3 a doMar than an hour's
time and for' this reason thq stranger in New Or-


leans who was charged an outrageous price by a
cabman and' W'ent straight to 'ihe Mtyoi to have
his wrong zigtsd'iwa< a public benefactor. The
Mayor, too, received the man in the right spirit,
and promised him tlat he should(I.ye ibjs mopiey
back and his hotel bill paid until the cabman was
compelled to r, :


NEW GOODS.

The Subscribers
Are Receiving ex Sir G. F. Seymour,"
A Portion of their


2he most extensive they have ever
had,
Will be completed on Monday next, by the
Flamborough."
The GOODS have all been carefully and
specially selected in London, by a Member of
their Firm.
Particular attention has been paid to all
Articles of Millinery.
The Goods will be ready for inspec tion some
day next week, of which due notice will be
given.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SOS
Hamilton, October 17, 1981

A Sum of Money
TO LOAN on Bond and Mortgage in amounts
not less than 100.
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON
Ramilton, Oct. 17th, 1681.


Potatoes Potatoes !

Superior Table
POTATOES.

The undersigned has always on
hand afull supply of TABLE POTAT'OES,
in quality superior to any ia market, and at
prices to defy competition.
SPECIAL RATES to Army and Navy
CANTEENS and MESSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 3, 1881.



HARD STONE LIME, of best
unlity, delivered to order.
CHAS. A. V. FRITH,
63 Front Street
Hamilton, 19th September, 1811-1 month.

Sugar! Sugar!
Ex JMystery and Excelsior from
Dcn erara,
Barrels yellow V. P, very
,Supqri9r Quality ,
Barrels M uscovado.
At lowest rates for the 'Cash.'
S. S. ING HAM.
6th Sept., 1881.

Hats and. Caps,
_TUST received from London via New York
v per Flamnborough.
E I E. JONES,
Corner of Queen and ieid St.
Hamilton, Sept. 10th, 1881. '

F or Sale,*


A Poiverful ,....

Black Horse.
Will draw a'ton weight; sold for no ful!t, the
owner having no further use for him.
SAppIy at Royal Gazette" Olftic
August 13, 1881.

FOREST LAKE I|E CGOM
PANY.
Office at ICE 1OUSE,- East Broad wny.
;,|HE Subscribers would irosp~tfully inform
the people :of 'Hamilto0h anid viciity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Order-
or Ice in a first class, marn6r and at' the' reasons
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
[louse of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our rustonwers and
strict attention to,our business,. we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
3 Ice delivered daily (Sundays excepted) ii:
llamnilton and vicinity.
N.B.-ICE HOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when' it will be
open from 7 to 8.
JOHJY B. STJHLL, CO.,
u East Boadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf ,-.,


Tailoring. '

THE undersigned hab just received a few
L Sample lots of TWEEDS and COATINGS
suitable for the Season.
GEORGE B. SWAN.
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette Office.
Hamilton, October 18, 1881.-3

Notice to Trespassers.

T]E undersigned hereby strictly forbids all
persons TRESPASSING on the L[ands in
SOUTHAMPTON PARISH now leased by HIM and
owned by Mrs. Harriet Bascome, as per-
sons so offending will be prosecuted ac-
cording to Law.
T. W. PEWTHERER.
Southampton, Oct. 18, 1881 .-3

Notice.
Pianos Repaired and
Tuned.
HAVING had several years practical know-
ledge of the above business in the Fac-
tory of Messrs. Burling & Burling, London, I
beg to offer my services to the Public.
II. TALBOT DARRELL.
Southampton, 17th October, 1881.-1 m

Notice.


I will dispose of the remainderr of
my Red and White
o07 0I0 SEEl
at Cost.
Only a very few bottles on hand.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 17th October, 1881.-2

The Subscriber
Begs to notify the Public that he
has received his usual Large supply of



They are now open for sale, Wholesale, and
Retail, at Low Cash Prices.
ALSO FOR SALE,
A few boxes of
Chinese Firecrackers.
H. A. GRANTHAM,
46 and 47 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 10th, 1'81.-4


Bermuda


Ice,


FR 0.11 .1' UR i~ IL~i LV
IVliib2 P.


CAN Te used "under all cireui.stances without.
the danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cses (jfect the system, in the
same manner as a change if ldriaf.'ing water.,
The subscriber is uowv prepared to fhriish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6a.m6., tG .p.im,,
daily. Sandntays from 9 a. Im.,, to 10 .m. '. -
livered in Iliamihon aid vkini' fr'b, 8 a.m,,:to I
12 o'clock, Slt slays-exceptd. ':
Price fHalf-Pemty'per' pound.
For the; convenience 'of'the-public in case of
sickness i hivd made u raiif-mien'ts to deliver
Ice at my manufactory at any homur, day or high.t,
Sunday inrclud'ed.
Heing 'a Homn Industry t 'ioectfully, asksa
continuance of the Public 'Patronage.
H aml ay:31st, 1881 S MIL S.
lI~im i'f!ou, "Iay,,'is,t,' 188 1, ,* '


-, LO A ~jI ~I*

Ff E tUndersigned has received from Tene-
riffe a limited supply of ONION SEED,
which will be ready for delivery on Thursday
next, 1st, proximo,. TERMS OCA8 AL'L..
T: J. PEARMAN.
Shelly Bay, 29th. AuguSt, 1881. '
.. Notice.
,, 0 100


Just Received,
From London via New York per Flambo-
rough, a supply of

Winter GOODS.
E. B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid St.
.lamilton, Sept. 10th, 1881.

Notice!

TlE undersigned has just received from
Teneriffe via New York per S. S. Flam-
borough," a Fart of his supply of

WHITE ONION SEED
The same will be ready for delivery to-day,
dljew Bottles of Red Seed for Sale.
A. i?. THOMPSON.
Hamilton, Oct, 11, 1881.


COA

A few Tons COAL at
ed on V
.JOT
Hamilton, 17th Octobt

Portland

By the "Sir Ge
from Lo
The Subscribers have re
Casi
PORTLANE
4 Bushel.
Which will be sold from


Wines for the Season.
CLA RT Imported annually for-,32
SAUTERNE years from same Iouse in
( lBordeaux
HOC K
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELLE
D)O Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
1)0. St. Peray
DO. Fwiss
DO. Saumur
DOi Vouvray
SIIERRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
D.O. MANZANILLA 20 years in bottle
GOSLIJAG BROS.,
Harnilton and St. George's.
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881.

REMOVAL!


DL DR. E. -H MERCERL,
VETERINARY SURGEON,
26/ per Ton deliver- Has removed his Oflice to the premises-of Mrs.
Vharf B. H. Younn, Reid Street, Hamilton, recently
IN F. BURROWS. occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.a.
HN F. BURROWS. Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
r, 1881.-2 VWill visit St. George's professionally on Satur-
m days. Office at MeCallan & Co. Residence
Cem ent, llarriagton Place, Hamilton Parish.
August 2, 1881.
orge Seymour,"
rndon, Ro bt. G. Lee & Co.,
aceived One Hundred ConmisSionl Merchants

) CEMENT, Ind INS URANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
s each, AND AT LLOYDS,
the Wharf at 16/ per 'LONDON, E.G.


Cask in small lots, or 17/6 from Warehouse.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, 17th October, 1881.-3


P2
Just Received per "Sir G. F. Seymour"
from London,

Bags Clean RICE.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 17th Octr., 1881.-2


WANTED.
,d TI D ) V"O USEJtMID
Apply to


MRS. G. SOMERS TUCKED
Sunnyside, Paget, Oct. 18th, 188I .
SNotice.


The Undersigned will Receive
about 1st November, next,,
GARNXET Seed POTATOES E
O, union, Box M T: RIA I..
Tomato ,Box .1M A IRIAf the-a tented l84)
-new style ten slat box,
I Tomato LAT IHS and ENN :.
Fish GUANO. r
All at lowest Market rates


r. JAMES ,
4-2 Fro t Street.


Hainilton,- Oct. 3, 1881.


The UNI)ERTAKING Business
Is now carried on in the new- building next
South of the Hamilton Steam Saw Mills. .
by ,JOHN O.DAVIS,
SManager.
N.B.-Orders promptly attended to at
the Lowest Prices. ..
Hamilton,. August 30th, 1881.

Tiheodore Outerbridge,
D V. S.,

VETERINARY SURGEON.
W(Uice and Residence Reid Stret,. Hamailton.


- Y recent Instructions from the. Marine Oilice adjoining Arry Pay Offite.
AY, recent Instructions from the-1 e j Hours-8 to l0 a.m.; 3 to6 p.m.
Boards of Underwriters of New York, Hours-8 to 10 to
Joston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that in Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now TUESbiAYS AND FRIDkYS.
issued, it ,is imperative that all i'ills and Con- Office at Mr. George Spurliags, Market Square.
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels Hamilton, November 8, 1880.
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be examined and approved by nie S ie -i a
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give Sea ide
notice of the sm so that all parties interestedA FEW COPIES of the Latest Edition ot the
therein my govern themselves accordingly. ea Side Library, as well as Copies of
W. C. H1YLAND, "CORNWtELL'S GEOGRAPHY, and SAUN-
Sole liesident Agent ofUnderwriters DBR'S READERS, have been received, by
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia thd "Flamborough," at the RoYAL GAZETTE
Baltimore, New. )rlea-ns, &c. stationery'Store. ,
St.(horgo's,. Bernmuda., 14th Feby, 188'l." lHamilton, Sept.*27thi,.1881, ;,


Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRiODUCE and the filling ofBer.
mudian orders.
April 30, 18381
Protection against FIRE
v' TilE MOST MODERATE RATF,
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCIH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies,
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Agent.


Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


S. J. Caidon 4 Son
Watch Repairers and Jewellers
pt to inform the Publie that they ittewra
.u carrying on tlhei~'b siness it their Shop
recently occupied by the lateR' I~Mt. BATIgeo
wM e, Parliamient Street, opposite the Poa-
W -ATCHIES, CLOCKS, JEW IM IERY
I'LATE, 'XND "PIMTEb-WAtE, Music
BOXES and INST'LtMENTS Repaired at
. ortestnotieice., ... :;.- :
Gold. and Silver Finger Rings-and Ear Ringl
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
-satisfaction.
Hamilton, May 21st, 1. .
ASK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
1HE KITCHEN, for scouring and clean-
ing. It is better than Sapilio, and only about
half.the price.

A SK your Groer for A. E. WilYLANIyS


AMERICAN WATCHES
saw.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen ae kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at.the
-Mauufactor'a 'list prt.. AAfo, make to order
ant style of Case witix Crest, Monogram, &o.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. relieved
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. CHILD E
Front Street, Hamritrn,
Deer., 16 187e. 1-o.o.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WE fEK f, REPORT OF THE WEATHER t LAW REPORT, beer" brewed on the Trent, and that on thatrepre- Bermuda Hunt on the success which attended *yub i Ai
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at BermiEda, between the sensation Mr. Tyler had agreed to purchase three the opening ride of the season, and we feel sure B yP
16th and 23rd October 1881, height above the sea COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE-MICHAEL- hogsheads; that four or five days after the beer was that the new master as soon as he gets more am fait
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. I MAS TERM 1881-CIVIL SESSIONS. delivered, another cask which was then on tap at with his work, will give our Sporting friends as USTHE
S.. MIDDTON SITH AND ANOTHER. the canteen having been used, one of the plaintiff's good runs and finishes as they enjoyed under the UNDER THE JIG HED,
ate. A mentioned in our lat iue thi action wa hogsheads was broached and tapped, but on Mr. popular leadership of our old friend Captain Car- A
S| commentioned on outhe last issue this action was Tyler tasting the beer he found that it was notBass's center. The meet of the R. B. Y. Club was nu- At 1 o'clock, P.M.,
1881. commenced on the 17thInstant, but not having benbeer,and atonce wrote to Mr. W.J. Heney, in- merously attended both by riders and spectators. n
Cot. eral Re Ifinished we reserved our reportment in which Mr. forming him of the fact, and requesting him to take The course an old favorite with Hunt lay through O n Thursda
1ct. -:t E9 teneralrReoarks. It was an action of ejectment in which Mr. Or-tnest
mn T ew aidton, ofjtn i g whc it back. That no answer was received from Mr. 'the picturesque scenery of Fairy Land, round by
Sc laima nt, and Jane Smith and Lucy m ortgagee, was he eney, and that on the 15th January one of the the back of Clarence Hill, over the capital fencing the 27th instant
Sfendants, and Jane Smith and Lucy Trott were casks burst. That Mr. Tyler at once notified Mr. ground that stretches from the Admirals to Mount
18 .E 474 72 30-180 028 Fine In 1850 Daniel Trott, since deceased, purchased Heney by letter of the circumstance and re- Langton, on over the Government House fences 4 000 superior Hard Red BRICK
1 s 3 75 73 30 from Mrs. Harriet North Hill a houseand parcelof quested that the other two casks might be taken and walls, then came a capital gallop across the 5,000 feet one Inch W P
20 s 27 75 29"940 00 Fine land near the Crawl in Hamilton Parish, and b away. That on the following day the plaintiff saw old Prospect race course and so on with a glorious BOARD
2 s 2 7 75 290 0-0 Fine and near th in Hamilton Parish, and by a Mr. Tyler, and aftertrying invain to persuade him finish at T. F. J. Tucker, Esqr's., field, where he 3,000 Feet one inch Spruce Pine BOARD
21 N w .1;7175 29.-800 0"0) Fine Deed dated 28th October 1850 the property was con- to give the beer a further trial, or to take it at are- had had kindly erected three pretty fences. His 300 eoneincornce pin
2 NE 470 69 300 003Fine About 1851 DanielTrott went to live in the ho duced price, requested him to allow it to remain on Honor the Acting Governor entertained the mem- 15 Boxes Iafax Cr n O
JOSEPUSPER e and remained there until about 1858,1 DanielTrott wetoliven he housethe canteen premises for a few days until he could bers and friends of the Hunt, at Clifton, in the 10 oxes andry ST
JOSEPHUS PERIuNG CI ,Fo. and remained there until about 188, when ie went remove it, and that the defendant consented to this, afternoon; where the kindness and hospitality of. oxes Laundry ST A
t 1881. saying that it must be at the plaintiff's risk. That the amiable hostess caused all to spend a most en- 5 Bbl. Iilot B A D
m8t1a f ti roweGeorge's, on lst February a second cask burst and Mr. Tyler joyable time. 5 Drums l3alfax CODFiSg
Smother, Mrs. Rachel Hubbard Trott, with his again informed Mr. W. J. Honey of the fact by 6 Half Chests Oolong TEA
Shpermission, went to live in the house at the Crawl, letter, once more requesting that the beer might be THE REVD. J. C. L. JONES. 20 Boxes Superior SEG ARS
and remained there until the house was destroyed Fe as it was a nuisance. That on the 10th The Turk's Island Royal Standard of the 1st in- 20 Gross Comb MATChiES
Hamilton, October 25, 1881 by lightning. The date at which this took place and on the 22nd a Bill was rendered by the plain- stant, mentions "that the Revd. J. C. L. Jones of
varied according to the witnesses, the case for the tiff to the defendant for two hogsheads beer at Bermuda has been appointed by the Bishop of Nas- Warranted
claimant being that it was about 1864, and the de- 7 5/0 each, this Bill being at once returned to the sau,dto theochurch in this Parish, vacent since the 5 Boxes Black TO BACCO, 12
CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON. fendants alleging that it was in January or Feby. plaintiff with a memorandum endorsed theron by departure of the Revd. H. S. Chrispin. 15 BblS. Quarts & Pints Al
October 17-Brigt. T. H. A. Pitt, Young, Liverpool A new house was thenbuilt, a publicsubscription r.Tyler to the effectthat under the circumstances In connection with this appointmen wtae f e plea- 5 Bbls. New York APPLES
24-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst, New Mrs. Trott and one of the defendants and some Mr. Tylerhavin leftB ermuda his evidence was purse as a manifestation of their kind appreciation ordew r)Sewing MACHINES (in perfect
York; mails and general eargo.-Agents, Trott &, other members of the family went to live in the new taken in Halifax under a Commission, and was read of his faithful services in these Islands over a long
Cox. house when It was finished and continued there un- n Court by his Counsel. period. It is to be hoped that the dry and more 25 Bottles OnionuSEED, Bal, ofC. I. Rob-
Selir. Margie. Darrell, Ranmor Main; box material &o., til the death of Mrs. Trott in 1874, and the pre- inhe Aor y en in summing up the de- genial climate of the Bahamas will enable him toinsons importation
to B. W W walker and Co. sent defendant have lived th ere up to the present T he A torn ey G general in sum m in g up the de- gen jia l c li m ate a lfth Band iham as B enab e ie s wt h
Sehr C. H. Forster, Coombs, New York; sorted time th defendclaimant's hav e lived there up to the present fendant's evidence contended that the plaintiff was enjoy perfect health, and todishargehis duties with ALSO,
cargo toS. S.Ingham.time; the claimant's case being that they occupi not entitled to recover, inasmuch as the circum- happiness to himself, and profit to his charge. He
the house by Daniel Trott's permission. stances uw expects to leave Bermuda in the next Jamaica
CLEARED. Daniel Trott subsequently sold a portion of the s under which the beer was sold amounted to pMai to lSt eave Beron uda n th e insta n ext Jamaica M LCH COWrry
October 20-Brigt. T. H.A. Pitt, Young, Cornwallis, property to Benjamin Hill, ananother portion to a fraud on thedefendant; that the beer was not as te er e th a wi
N.S.Jacob Trott, which left about an acre unsold, on represented by Mr. W. J. Heney at the time of with him the best wishes of the Colony.
CUsTOM Hpart of which the new house stood. sale; and that the defendant had exonerated him-1 o
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST.GEORE'S y Indenture of 20thNovember, 1878,DanielTrott self from lability to pay for the two hogheads by From the United States and Europe. 16 Months, Jersey Breed.
EXTERD). y Iandhiswientoneyof dthehouseaberm18ainiel Terottrefusing to keep the beer as soon as he discovered B. W. WALKER & CO
October 14-Screw Steamer, St. George, Keyn, d his wife coneyed the house and remaining per- that it was not Bss's, and by notifying the plain- T' ail Steamer Flamborouqh, Captain White.ALKER & O.,
New York. n t December 1878, Jose l B ean and his tiff at once to that effect. .iarst, reached her wharf in this Town, early yes. HamiAuctioon,eerermuda, Oct. 4th.
LEAED. wifeconveembdther 1878,roert Jtoseph BellMr Ormond hT Mid Mr. Middleton in his general reply contended that terday morning. She left her pier in New York 1881.
CLA wife conveyed the ro to Mr. Ormond T. Mid-there had been no fraud, but at the most a mistake at the usual hour on Thursday last and has had
October 17-Barque, Maggie, Jenkins, Bull River. dleton by way of mortgage, and, as the defendants inthere had been no fraud, but at the most a mistake at the usual houghr on Thursdayage last and has had I N O TI
were in ossession of the house, and refused to in the description of the beer; that the defendant rather a rough passage. N TIC E
PASSENGERS. leave, th action wasbrought to eject them was bound to ascertain immediately on delivery We are indebted to Captain Whitehurst, Mr.
In the Mail Steamer Flamorogh yesterday fro At the conclusion of the claimant's case, Mr whether or not he had received the article for which Purser Dupont, Mr. Steward Morraine and Cap-
New York:- onble Eugenios Harvey and Mrs. ar Reginald Gray, for he defthendant raised th' fca, Mr. he bargained, and that the time which he allowed tain Meyers, passenger, for files of New York
vey Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hayes and four children, lowin objections defendants rased thto elapse until he broached the beer was unreason- papers of the 20th instant. Positive Sale of Real Estate
tain W. E. Meyer, Mrs. eyer and infant. Mr. 1. That the property described in the Writ had able, and that therefore the defendant had become Parnell and many of his followers in Ireland, it Y U B I C T T O N
Sand Mrs. Joseph L. Triminghan, Mrs. A. J. Harvey not been idenptidd liable to pay the fair value of the article actually will be noticed, has been incarcerated, and the *- UCTIO 1I
oslin Miss Gilbert, Hed e ri. Walsh, Surgeon 2. That the claimant had not proved that on the delivered, even although it was not as represented remnant of the League Executive Committee have On the Premises
General Ogilvy, P.M.O. John F. Burrows. Esq.u date the action was commenced (19th February at the time the bargain was made. in consequence called upon their Countrymen to ON W EDINTEAY
M. U. P., Mr. J. Hayward and two children. 1881) hewas entitledto possession, but had only Insumming up the case to the Jury the Chief retaliate by paying no rent whatever. Thereseems V J JDA
Messr. Harley Trott. R. H. Burrows and E. A. Rich- traced his title to 1st December, 1878; and Justice instructed them that the plaintiff's case on to be little doubt but that this bold test to which The 2nd Novr. at 12
yards. ndHarleyin Trott. Rid. James Dowling and two 3. That the covenant obtained in the mortgage the original contract had failed, and that the only its subjects the Irish people, will prove a failure. OVr. at 1 o'clock, .,
in Steerage. authorizing the claimant to take possession of the question left for them to determine was whether the Guiteau's trial is to commence on the 7th No- The Property well
H.M.S. Tenedos, Capt. Charles G. Fane, arrived mortgaged premises was conditional on default defendant by keeping the beer an unreasonable time member next. Mr. Scoville his Lawyer claims the
here on Sunday last from Halifax.-She brought the being made in payment of the principal, or on the or by any other act or words had rendered himself right of the prisoner under the law for an allow- TA ,T8r,
half monthly English mail of 29th ult. interest being six months in arrear, and that no de- liable to pay for it. His Honor told the Jury that ance for witness fees. II .smL OU CI (
if they came to that conclusion it would be theirvu on
H.M.S. Llanche is ordered to return to Fngland if fault had been proved. i the e to et s t the Nothing is yet known as to the cause of the fire it o
her services are not specially required on the North On the application of Mr. Middleton the Court duty to find a verdict for the plaintiff for the value
American Station pemitted hm to recall a witness to prove the boun- of the beer at the time it was so taken by the de- on board the Cunard Steam Ship Bothnia at her with the Buildings thereon as it now
ric in a a alleged in the Writ, and to give further fendant, but that if they found that the defendant, pier in New York harbour; there is no doubt but stands, situated on the 3rd Longitudinal
Th edalma cleared at London for Bermuda on evidence himself to prove his title when the action on discovering that the beer was not as represented that it was an attempt to destroy the vessel. Street, in the Town of Hamilton, near the
&* e 6th inst.[ was commenced, and to prove that default had been at the time the original bargain was made, had Presbyterian Church. One half of the pur-
The King Carl was loading at Bristol for Bermu- made in payment of the last half year's interest, within a reasonable time given notice to the plain- An Inquest was held at Her Majesty's Gaol. St chase money may remain at legal interest
da Sept. 30. His Honor the Chief Justice also held that the tiff, and requested him to remove it the defendant Georges, on the 19th instant, before Dennis Tucker' with security on the premises, if retired
Much anxiety was felt at Yorktown, says the New claimant had, independently of the covenant, and would be entitled to a verdict. Esqr., Coroner, on view of the body of Samuel Sampson, qA
York Herald of the 20th instant, on account of the immediately on the execution of the mortgage, After an absence of a few minutes the Jury r late above priodate, aftner in the said gaollne, frwho died on the morn-&
non-arrival there of the steamship Charlestown, such a right to possession as to authorize him to turned a verdict for the defendant. sis.-erdit accordingly few days illness, from Paraly Auctioneers.
having on board the Governor of Connecticut, his maintain ejectment. 19th October, 1881. i" c* Hamilton, Oct, 17, 1881.-3 3rd page.
staff and a number of State troops. The case for the defendants was that in 1860 At the conclusion of the case of Heney, v. Tyler, BIRTH, in Southampton Parish. on the 22nd Inst.,
The fine little Schooner M3aggie, Captain Darrell, when the old house was struck by lightning and the the following undefended cases were disposed of. the WIFE of Samuel C. Bell, Esq., M.C.P., of a JO */0 W.O i G.i 0
which arrived on Sunday last from Bangor, made. new one built persons had objected to subscribing BRAeMAN v. BRANGMAN & ANOTHER. DAUGHTER.
Bangor, which she accomplished in 6 days, she had as a home for Mrs. Rachel Trott and her children, Ti wandyd n by the BRevd. Bruce Mackay, Rector, W. B & S 1la
to lay too 24 hour. and that Daniel Trott had thereupon told his mo gtThAttodefau ROBERT HENY, Esq., to FLORENCE ELLIOT only FRONT STREET,
their in the presence of his brother John Thomas The Attorney General for the plaintiff movedfor daughter of the late A. M. Gilbert, Esq., Assistant v
----- Trott, and one.of the collectors, Thomas Smith, that a verdict for nominal damages, to which he claim- Receiver General at the Port of St. George. Is now receiving via New York from London,
ADMIRAL McCLINTOQK. he would give her a quarter of an acre of land to ed the plaintiff was entitled as a matter of course, A CHOICE SELECTiN OF
It is stated that Admiral Sir Leapold Clintock build a house on, and give her a paper to shew for and without any evidence being offered. DIED, on mid-ocean on board of Steamship "Gallia," French English Calf kings.
Ia his Flagship the sortamrpton, would pr bably it. That Daniel Trott thereupon in the presence of Verdict for plaintiff, damages one shilling. on Thur-day. 13th October, Doctor RICHARD SCREET- ch glsh C
la Halifax for Bermuda on the wo2nd November his mother and John Thomas Trott and Thomas PATNTE v. FURBERT. ING, of Clapham Park, London, aged 52 years, deeply PATENT CALF & LEATH ER ORl TOPS
to arrive here on the 6th, and that he would likely Smith measured off a small portion of the land, on Verdict for plaintiff by consent for 31 0/0. regretted by numerous relatives and friends. OF JOCK EY BOOTS
be accompanied by H. M. Ships d ruid, Fordler which the house was subsequently built, and put Mr. Ormond T. Middleton for the plaintiff. ........, in Southampton Parish, on 22nd inst., Jo- JO
be accompanied by H.M. Ships Druid, r down markstones, but no paper was ever given, as The Attorney General for the defendant. HANNA BASETT, in the 95th year of her age. leaving All orders in his line will meet with prompt
Sfar as was known. That the defendants with their & AOTHE O & ne son and one daughter and numerous relatives and attention. Prices as usual and a discount of 5
Smother occupied the house from 1860 to 1874, and ALKER & ANOTHER V. OUTERB IDGE & OTHERS friends to lament their loss per cent for cash.
THE SCREW STEAMER "ST. GEORGE." ment since her death have remained there, and that no Executrixes & Executor.......... 'at Halifax, N.S., on Monday, the 3rd inst. amilton, Octber 25th, 1881 .4
in our last as having on the day previous arrive ent having been paid or claim made they had un Verdict for plaintiff by consent for 66 0/0. the Revd. JOHN ABBOTT, Rector of the Catherdra
at St. Georges from New Yorkina very quick run der these circumstances become entitled as surviv- The Solicitor General for the plaintiffs. Church of St. Luke, in the 45th year of his age. The Estate of the late
-paid Hamilton a visit yesterday. She is a nice ing joint tenants the house and small portion of Mr. Ormond T. Middleton for the defendants.
trim looking craft, and is intended as a assengerland held therewith. BLU v. OU RID & OTHES, ETCA Supplement of Five Col- J. N. White, Esq
and freight boat between St. Georges and Hamill dfan held therewith. BLucv. Supplement fFi-&N.THwEhite, ETsq
on as well as for occasional excursion trips. She John Thomas Trott being called for the defend- Verdict for plaintiff by consent for 115 17/3. umns accompanies this issue of the Gazette :-
is 76 feetlong 17 feetbroadand 7 feet epth of sta sutane thathis brother aelha The Solicitor General for the plainti it contains continuation of Law Report from A LL Persons having any DEMAND against
hole. Is 44 tons burthen and draws 7 feet of wa- said at the interview in question that he wouldgive Mr Ormond T. Middleton for the defendants, this Gazelte. Four Correspondent's Letters. -- the said [stale, are requested to send
ter. She is fitted with compound Engines of 120 house on, not mentioning her daughters, but hesaid a Z L & OTHERS, Executrix & Executors v. OuTER- Particulars of St. Georges Skiff Race on 16th. them in to the Subscribers on or before atur-
horse-power with surface condensers. She is pro- that the subscription list stated that the money was BRIDGE & OTHERS, Executrixes & Executor. Attempted Suicide, Particulars of troubles in day, the 26th November (Proximo), and those
vided with every convenience for passengers. Is to be usedto build a house for his mother and her Verdict for plaintiffs by consent for 36 4/0. Ireland, and Storm in England, &c. INI)D'B'TED), will please make payment by
owned by Captain Fred. Luckenbach and Cap- distressed children, and that Daniel Trott had seen The Attorney General for the plaintiffs. same- date.
tain W. E. Meyers, of the Town of St. George, and thatlistat the time Mr. Ormond T. Middleton for the defendants. sam ate.
was built expressly for them by Messrs. Ward, There being no other evidence of the conversation (For Continuation see accompanying Supplement.) E R M U ) A EUGENIUS JONES, E
Stanton and Co., Newburg, U.S. in question, His Honor the Chief Justice intimated BY ORDER OF THE WORSHIPFUL J. H. TRTIMINGHAM, xecutors.
SWe understand from good authority that that Johnre Thomas Trott's evidnne d ai t BERMUDA HUNT RACES. THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, October 24, 1881.
the Quebec Steamship Company will run a Steamer the property against the claimant, and His Honor At a general meeting of the Bermuda Hunt "ilIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that UIa bt .
evinguaccordinglyTdirected the J to find rdict f Club, held in the Town Hall, Hamilton on Friday To be continued till 22nd Nov.
May 1882, if the requirements of the trade shall the claimant, elast, the 21st inst.-present T. F. J. Tucker, Esq, M QUAJER' NIXT GENFR 1 O UIT
then induce the plying of four Steamers. the clamant M. C. P. (in the Chair), Lt.-Col. Newport, R.A. OF QUART ER SESSIONS of the PE AGE
R i-nrsv vT n.IrB. Ti A G Moo C ->,,om t --w ta *D D. -n for those Islands. will be holden 1i tI e*


1 We understand that the "Orinoco" will
commence her regular plying between Bermuda and
New York, by leaving New York for Bermuda on
the 3rd proximo.
The "Flamborough" after shipping her new
crank shaft, last trip was surveyed and passed has
being in very excellent order. She will go into the
West India trade in which her owners are engaged
immediately.

Editor Royal Ga:ette.
The information yon gave in a former issue, re-
lating to the relief of the 28th Compy., R. E., turns
out not to be correct.. That Company is to be re-
lieved by the 4th Company which is at present
Stationed at Portsmouth, and is also a submarine
Mining Company.
M The Queen has been graciously pleased to
appoint Lt. W. C. Hussey, R. E. to be aide-de-
camp to Lt. General Sir R. M. Laffan; K.C.M.G.
Governor and Commander-in-Chief Bermuda, 1st
July. last.
Major F. L. Story 2nd Batta, of the Wiltshire,
late 99th Regiment, has been appointed Aide-de-
Camp temporarily to Lt. General the Hon. L.
Smyth, Cape of Good Hope.
The population of India, including the protected
States, is 252 Millions, or anincrease of 12 Millions
since 1870.
Lt. G. C. Gubbins, has been put under orders
for duty in Bermuda with the 20th Company R.E.
vice Lt. W. C. Hussey appointed to the Staff.
Major M. Dawson Hill, 2nd Batt., the Wiltshire
late 99th Regiment retires on retired pay with the
honorary rank of Lt. Colonal, Captain H. C. Har-
ford to be adjutant, dated 1st July 1881.

Numerous sympathizing meetings have been
held in Canada and the United States for Parnell
f.nd his friends in Ireland, at which many fiery
speeches wereimade.
A squadron dragoons, Scots Grays, and about
200 of the Royal Irish constabulary charged the
mob up and down George Street and scattered them
right and bfit, but not many persons were known at
the time to be injured.


This case was commenced on the afternoon of the
S18th Instant and was concluded on the 19th. It was
an action brought by Mr. William Robert Heney
against Lieut. Tyler, R. E., to recover 14 10/0
the price of two hogheads of beer supplied to the
R. E. Canteen at Boaz Island, by Mr. Tyler's order,
in January last.
Mr. Ormond T. Middleton was Counsel for the
plaintiff; the Attorney General for the defendant.
The facts on behalf of the plaintiff were that Mr.
W. J. Heney, the father of the plaintiff, had, at
his son's request, applied to Mr. Tyler to know if
he would take some beer for the canteen, represent-
ing it as being brewed by the Trent Brewing Com-
pany, and as being a superior article. That Mr.
Tyler agreed to take three hogsheads, and on 6th
January hey were delivered, at the Canteen. Ac-
cording to the plaintiff's case nothing more was
heard of the beer until the 16th or 17th, when Mr.
SW. J. Heney received a communication from Mr.
Tyler requesting that the beer might be taken back.
Te evidence was conflicting as to the contents of
this note. Two of the casks having burst the plain-
tiff took back the third, and on Mr. Tyler refusing
to pay for the other two on the ground that the beer
was not as represented by Mr. W. J. Heney the
action was brought to recover the price, the case
for the plaintiff being:
(1) That the beer was as represented at the time
of sale, and
(2) That if it was not the defendant by retaining
it for an unreasonable time had rendered himself
liable to pay for it.
The plaintiff admitted on cross examination that
he had no connection with the Trent Brewing Com-
pany, and on production of the Invoice it appeared
that the Beer was of Canadian manufacture, and
had been imported by the plaintiff from The Toronto
Brewing and Malting Company.
Under these circumstances the Court held that
the case failed on the original contract, the action
being for goods sold and delivered, and, as on the
plaintiff's own shewing, the article delivered was
not the article bargained for, he could only now re-
cover by showing that the defendant had become
liable to pay for the beer by keeping it an unrea-
sonable time before offering to return it.
The case for the defence was that the beer had
been represented by Mr. W. J. Heney as "Bass's


-u mJ. k. k W m u U m riS .. Lf.ar .
Tucker, M.D., Lieut. Beresford, R. E., T. J. Out-
erbridge, Esq., Dudley Hollis, Esq., J. Peniston,
Esq., Dr. O'Connell, A.M.D., Lieut. Swaine, R.I.
R., Lieut. MeWhinnie, R.I.R., W. Peniston, Esq.,
Dr. E. Wilkinson, D. G. Lane, Esq., D. J. Lane,
Esq., J. Skinner, Esq., Lieut. Middlemass, R. E.,
Dr. S. A. Smith, Dr. Mercer, Park Zuill, Esq.,
J. T. Peniston, Esq., Lieut. Laffan, R. E., Hony.
Secy.
It was decided to hold this year's race meeting
on Wednesday, November 30th. Stewards were
then duly elected, and the programme and condi-
tions laid down. These will be seen in another
column of our to-day's issue. The following al-
terations in last year's conditions and programme
were proposed and carried, viz.:
That the following be substituted for the first
part of condition No. 2-"Entries for all Races
except the Consolation Scramble to be made in
writing to the Honorary Secretary on or before
Tuesday, November 22nd. The entrance money
for each race is 5 per cent on the stakes. In each
case one sovereign must accompany the nomination,
which will not otherwise be received. The differ-
ence between this sum and the entrance money to
be adjusted before starting.
That the 9th and 10th conditions read thus:- '
9. "All Horses running in races for horses of 15
hands and under, or in which weight for inches is
allowed, must produce to the Clerk of the Scales
before starting a certificate of height, signed by
Lieut. Beresford, R. E." *
10. "Horses will be measured by Lieut. Beres-
ford, R. E., at Prospect Camp, at any time before
November 22nd."
That the Course shall be closed after the 23rd
November.
That if it be found necessary from want of funds
to exclude any race from the programme the Polo
Stakes shall be excluded.
Lieut. Beresford, R.E., then proposed that there
should be an extra race to be called the Military
Hunter's Stakes for which he offered to present a
cup value 15. This offer was enthusiastically re-
ceived by the meeting. The conditions for this
ace will be found in the programme.
THE BERMUDA HUNT.
We congratulate the friends and riders of the


Otn htturgunpo,
The 27th instant,
AT THE COURT HOUSE, Hamilton,
At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
W. J. HENEY,
Clerk of the Peace.


Hamilton, 24th Ot., 1831.

Notice.


ON and after TUl.)DAY next, the 1st
Novm.BERa, Mr. P. C. .ACKSO'4, liar.
rister -at-Law, will visit St. Georges prolfssion-
all every TUESI)AY and FRIDAV.
'EMPORARY OFFICE : At Vietoi in (late Re.
dan) House--lpstairs.
OFFICE HOURS: From 10 to 4.
Hamilton, 25th October, 1881.-1 3p.

F sh Guano
And Seed Potatoes.

Now Landing Ex S. S. Flamborough"
from New York-
300 Barrels
MJL1PES FISH GUStNO.
Also, 50 Barrels
SEED POTITATOLES,
(Garnels) (Very prime Stock.)
For Sale on accommodating terms to nppioved
Puxchasers.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda.
Ocioher 25th, 1831.-2 3p.
(Colonist copy.)


T 11 E Undersigned hereby strictly forbid all per.
sons TRESPASSING on their Roads lead-
ing to Whale Bay fot the purpose of heaping up
and taking away Sea Weed, and all persons
using the said roads or either of them for the
above purpose without first obtaining permission
from the undersigned will be prosecuted accord-
ing to law.


Oct. 25th, 1881.


JOS. W. HILL,
IT. D. NEWBOLD,
GEO. W. IHILL.
Southampton East.


BERMUDA HUNT
RACES.
pERSONS desirous of erecting BOOTHS,
&c., at SHELLY BAY on the day of the
comingRace Meeting, must apply in Writing
to the HoNORARY SECRETARY. Those apply-
ing first will have prior choice of available
Ground'. The ground will be allowed to those
who have sent in application, at 4 p.m,


the 27th November, at SHELLY BAY.
NO PUBLIC STANDS from which spectators
can view the Races, except those belonging to
the Race Club, will be allowed to be placed on
any part of the. Ground near the Race Course.
N.B.-Those applying for Ground must be
punctual at SHELLY BAY on the 27th November,
otherwise they will lose their prior choice.
H. D. LAFFAN,
Iony. Secy.
Boaz, October 22nd, 1881.
Colonist copy once.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


Hamilton Parish
L YCECUAL.

The Bailey's Bay
AMATEUR DRAMATIC CORPS
will give an
ENTERTAINMENT
in aid of the
SMITH'S SCHOOL BUILDING,


on the evenings of
Thursday, Oct. 27 ; Thursday,


Nov.


3 ; & Thursday, Nov. 10.
Beginning each evening with
WAR TO TIlE KNIFE,
(Comedy in 3 Acts,)
followed by
BETS P BedKER,
(Farce in 1 Act.
Vocal and Instrumental music between the Acts
Reserved Seats, 2/. Seats 1/.
Doors open'at 7'30. Commence at 8.
Tickets to be obtained from W. H. WIL-
KINSON, Esq., Bailey's Bay.
4w. 3p.

MECHANICS HALL
HAMILTON.

THE EXCELSIOR


AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLU,V
Under the distinguished Patronage of
His Honor the Acting Governor, Colonel E.
[C. GORDON, C.R.E.,
Will give a Performance in the above Hall
On Wednesday Evening,
9th November, 1881,
Tn Iaid of the Public School for White children


NEW GOODS,
now being opened by
Thomas W. Kelly.

Large and well selected Stock of WINTER
GOODS Ready Made CLOTHING
BLACK CLOTH DIAGONAL
FANCY WORSTED and TWEED SUITS
and in separate Garments.
A large assortment to select from :
;WINTER OVERCOATS
i WATERPROOF COATS,
I MEN'S WORKING PANTS.

A Choice Lot of Fashonable

4 HATS,
Black, Drab, Grey and Brown, in Soft and
I Hard Felt.


COATINGS, TWEEDS, and SERIES by the
Yard.
MEN'S UNDERCLOTHING
Cardigan JACKETS HOSIERY
BRACES and BELTS
SCARFS & TIES in Variety UMBRELLAS
BLANKETS QUILTS TOWELS
Table CUTLERY PLATEDWARE
Gold and Silver JEWELL IRY WATCHES
RAZORS Pocket KNIVES
Accordians and Concertinas
Some fine MEERSHAUM PIPES, BRIAR
PIPES, and a Variety of OTHER GOODS,
which having been personally selected in the
Markets by the Undersigned and purchased
at the lowest rates, he can confidently invite
the inspection of the Public.
THOMAS W. KELLY,
Water Street, St. Georges.
(Oposite Post Office and Custom House.)
21st October, 1881.-4


in Pembroke Parish. NEW GOODS.
Beginning with the very interesting Farce :-
MAKE YOUR WILLS, THE UNDERSIGNED have )
ceived per "Flamborongh," from b;
followed by land via New York,
The Spectre Bridegroom, Large and Complete Asso
A laughable Farce in one Act. meant oJ


By kind permission of Colonel Adams, and
Officers, a portion of the Excellent Band of
the Royal Irish Rifles will perform Selections
during the evening.


re-
ng-

?rt-


Suitable for the present Season.


Doors open at 7-30p.m. Commence at 8 p.m. These Goods have been very carefully se-
lected by MR. LOCKWARD, and will be found
Reserved Seats 2/, Second Seats 1/6 Gal- at reasonable rates.
lery 1/. Special attention is invited to

TICKETS can.be obtained at the Store of our stock of Ladies Black Cloth
E. T. Child, Esq., and at the Door on the JACKETS and ULSTERS.
night of Performance. LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
V SAa S i UWaS Hamilton, Oct. 24, 1881.-twice 3p.
Hamilton, October 25, 1881.-3 -- _


Notice.


B. W. WATKKER & Co.
Are now receiving per Schr. Maggie,"
7 days from Bangor,
17,000 Onion Box ./MJlI ERI3L,
10,000 TOMATO EJVDS,
of the very best material, having been particu-
larly selected for
THIS MARKET.
Our Customers are requested to call at once
and receive what quantity they require, particu-
larly those persons that have engaged. We
would call the attention of those that delayed
securing their Box Material until late last Sea-
son, what expense and trouble it caused.
Hamilton, 24th Oct., 1881.

Cheap Groceries.


I From London
BY THE
SIR V. fI. SE '1*


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digiisi GREEN
Light, Ivory and Drop BLACK
Black JAPAN, Gold SIZE, Gold LEAF
Patent KNOTTING, Burnt UMBER
Burnt and Raw SIENNA, Indian It ED
Venetian RED, Red LEAD & VERMILION
Paint BRUSHES, PUTTY, Raw OIL
Patent and Zinc DRIERS
Carriage, Copal and Oak VARNISHI
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English and American Ex gallon Tins
A GRO O ERIE Extra Strong Union Liquid and Zinc DRIERS
FANVC GROCERIESPUTTY, TURPENTINE
Furniture and Daimar VARNISH
a T. H. MILLER,
PR VISIONS, Reid Street.
&c., &c. Hamilton, Oct. 25, 1881.-2
Choice Selection of T. II. MII A L E RI
FAA CY BISCUITS, W ANTS to Pay his Debts, and to enable
v him so to do those owing him must come
G.dJVN ED GOODS, to the front and pay theirs. All bills not set-
AND tied by the 31st December, 1881, will be placed
SA T i>n legal hands for collection.
Reid Street, Hamilton, Octr., 25th, b181.


of Superior Flavour.
OOZO0 SMOzO 1CMEATS.

Just Received from England,
A LOT OF
USEFUL ARTICLES IN
Tin! Glass !! & Stone!!! Ware,
&c., &c., &c.
Corner of Victoria St. & East Broadway,
Hamilton.
October 17, 1881.-3 3p.
(Colonist & Era copy 3 times.)
THE OWNER[ OF


A SUP


ERIOIR


JDraft Horse,
Having no use for it for the ensuing SIX
MONTHS; wishes a Gentleman to keep it.
Particulars at this Office.
Oct. 26, 1881.-2.


Notice.

The undersigned offers for Sale,
BrighlJ .luscovado Sugar
and
BRIGHT YELLOW
Vacuum Pan Sugar,
both in barrels at reasonable rates.
THOMAS J. WADSON.
Hamilton, October 17th, 1881.-2 3p.

For Rent.

THE STORE in Reid Street, at present oc-
cupied by Mrs. Steed. Possession given
on the 5th January next.
Apply to
WM. S. BARR.
Hamilton, 17th Oct., 1881.-3 3p.


BERMUDA HUNT RACES,
1881.

Under the Patronage of
His Honor
COLONEL E. C. GORDON,
C.R.E.,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
Bermuda.
TO TAKE P LAO
AT aZMIW IBAY t
ON WEDNESDAY,
30th November, 1881.
Under the Newmarket and Grand National
Rules as arranged for Bermuda.

ST E WAR D S.
His HONOR COLONEL GORDON, C.R.E.,
His HONOR THE CHIEF JUSTICE,
LIEUT. COLONEL NEWPORT, R.A.,
CAPTAIN BARNARDISTON, R.N.,
DR. OGELVIE, P.M.O.,
DR. T. A. OUTERBRIDGE,
T. FOWLE J. TUCKER, ESQR.,
R. D. DARRELL, ESQR.,
DR. PARK B. TUCKER,
E. C. CLAY, ESQR.,
AN OFFICER, R. E.,
LIEUT. BERESFORD, R. E.,
DR. SEYMOUR, A. M. D,
A. C. G. 0. RALPH, 0. S. CORPS,
D. A. C. G. MOORE, COM. STAFF.,
J. SKINNER, ESQ.,
J. PENISTON, ESQ,
LIEUT. LAFFAN, R. E. HONY. SECY.
AND TREASURER.

PROPOSED PROGRAMME.
1.-THE MAIDEN STAKES-For all horses
that have never won a race in Bermuda.
Horses foaled in Bermuda allowed 7 lbs.
About 1I mile on the flat.
2.-THE BERMUDA HUNT CUP-(Handi-
cap) for all Horses that have been hunted
in Bermuda. About 11 mile over hurdles.
3.-THE GRAND MILITARY HUNT CUP-
for all horses the property of Officers of
the Army or Navy quartered in Bermuda.
About I mile on the flat.
4.-THE ST. GEORGE'S STAKES-for all
Horses of 15 hands and under, weight for
inches; 5 lbs. allowed per inch under 16
hands. About I mile on the flat.
5.-THE SHELLY BAY HANDICAP-for
all Horses. About 1, mile on the flat.
6.-THE BERMUDA STAKES-for all Hor-
ses the property of Civilians. Horses
foaled in Bermuda allowed 7 lbs. About
I mile on the flat.
7.-THE POLO STAKES-for all Horses of
14 hands 2 inches and under. Catch
weights not under 10 stone 7 lbs. Weight
for inches, 5 lbs. allowed per inch under
14-2. About 1 mile on the flat.
8-THE MILITARY HUNTER'S STAKES-
for all Horses Bona Fide and uncondition-
ally thbe property of Officers of the Army or
Navy quartered in Bermuda, to be ridden
by the same. Catch weights not under
11 stone 7 lbs. allowed if owner rides.
About twcr miles over 8 flights of hurdles
not less than three feet high. Cup,
valued 15, given by Lieutenant Claudi-
us Beresford, R. E. Entrance nil.
9.-A CONSOLATION SCRAMBLE-for all
beaten Horses that have run at the Meet-
ing. About half a mile on the flat. En-
tries to be made at the Scales immediately
after the preceding race.
CONDITIONS.
1.-All Horses to be owned, entered and ridden
by members of the Bermuda Hunt Club.
2.- Entries for all races, except the Consolation
Scramble, to be made in writing to the Honorary
Secretary, on or before Tuesday, November 22nd.
The Entrance Money for each race is 5 per cent on
the Stakes. In each case one Sovereign must
accompany the nomination, which will not other-
wise be received. The difference between this
umr and the entrance money to be adjusted
before starting. Colors to be declared at time of
entry ; any owner neglecting to declare or jockey
riding in wrong colors, will be fined ten shillings.
3.-All races except the Polo Stakes are at catch
weights not under 11 stone, except those for horses
of 15 hands and under, which are at catch weights
not under 10 stone 7 lbs. The winner of a race
value 15, at thisor any previous meetirg in Ber-
muda, to carry 71bs extra; of a race or races col-
lectively valued at 35 to carry 14 lbs. extra; of
over 85, 21 lbs. extra. This not to include any
monies taken by any second horse or by winners of
any Consolation Stakes.
4.-Former winners to be declared at entry-
their owners stating what races won, together with
the value of stakes or cup.
5.-No horse to receive tire stakes for more than
two races at this meeting.
C.-Three horses the property of different own-
ers to start for each race or the added money will
be withdrawn.
7.-The entrance money for each race in which
there are three or more starters to go to the second
horse.


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15.-In the Hurdle Races there will be three
hurdles to each lap, each hurdle to be 2 feet 6 In-
ches high with 12 inches of brushwood.

Copies of the Newmarket and Grand National
Rules as arranged for Bermnda, can be obtained at
the" Royal Gazette" Stationery Store-price 3d.
Should it be necessary .o postpone the races on
account of the weather, a Blue Peter will be hoist-
ed at 9 a. m. at the Signal Stations, which will sig-
nify that the races will take place at the same time
and place on the following day.
SUPSCRJPTION LIsrT are placed at THE CLUB, MESS
RooMS, RorYAL GAZETTE OFFICE, &C.
H. D. LAFFAN,
Honry. Secy. and Treasurer.
Boaz 22nd October, 1881.
Colonist please copy once.

New York Mail Steamer.

The Steamer


"Flamboro'
Captain WHVIITEI URST,


Will leave hence for New York, at
i p.m.,
THURSDAY,
27th October.
To leave thence for Return on the 3rd Proxi.no
(Possibly the Orinoco" may leave on 3rd
proximo instead of the Flamborough.")
Parcels, Freight, and Specie on Freight nvill
be received until 6 p m. 27th October.
Passenger Stage will he removed at 30 mi.
nutes past noon on 26th October.
TROTT 4 CO1,
Agents.
Hlamilton, Bermuda, 25th October, 1881.
Gazette and Colonist once.

Important to Importers
of English Goods.
NOTICE is given that the THROUGH
RATK OF FREIGHT from London to
Bermuda via New York by the Steamers of
the above line from 1st December, 1881 (at
London) will be 45/ per ton measurement on
Fine Goods and 40/ per ton measurement, on
Beer.The Wharfage at Bermuda free.
TROTT & COX,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 25th Octr., 1881,

Notice about a Third



During the Crop Season of 1882.

OWING to the great want of Steam Ton-
nage during the Crop Season of 1881,
the QUEBEC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
have positively decided to ply a FREIGHT-
ING STEAMER. besides the Weekly Contract
r-teamers during the Crop Season of 1882.
It may be reckoned certainly that there
will be a regular Contract Steamer every
Thursday and a Freighting Steamer every
second Saturday during the Crop Season of
1882.
TROTT & COX,
Agents of the Quebec Steamship
Company of Quebec.
11th October, 1881.-3 8p

NOTICE.

The Subscribers have received by the F;am-
borough" a further
LARGE SUPPLY OF

--1 Y
which, together with importationsby late Steam-
er and the Sir G. F. Seymour," will complete
their Winter Stock.
M~~afhnn. F- <*.anan->,"-;. nn Witr R Vn &T-.t


'zuui s upenu or inspection on Uil-i i. I Yt ,ex,
the 28th Instant. Store will be closed until that By His Honor's Command,
day. R. E. WEBSTER
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS. ColEal Secretary.
24th October, 1881.-1
Fertilizers! Fertilizers !! iHE BERMUDA POCKET
Almanack, Guide and Directory,
BOXES & SEED POTATOES. 1882,
T Z M D T Z|'" Ts' now in course of revision and preparation.


Colonial Secretary's Office,
HAMILTON, 24TH OCTOBER, 1881.
THE following copy of a letter received by
HIS HONOR THE ACTING GOVERNOR from
the Secretary to the British Legation at
Washington, conveying a communication from
the Department of State at Washington ac-
knowledging receipt of the addresses from the
President and members of the Legislative
Council and from the House of Assembly, on
the occasion of the death of the late President
Garfield, is published for general information.
ByHis Honor's Command, *
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Secretary.
WASHINGTON, October 14, 1881.

SIR,
I have the honour to inform you that I
communicated to Mr. Blaine, Secretary of
State of the United States, your despatch of
the 29th ultimo and its enclosure, transmit-
ting expressions of sympathy and condolence
on the part of the Government of Bermuda
with the people of the United States and with
the family of the late President on the occa-
sion of General Garfield's sad death; and I
have now the honour to enclose copy of a
note which I have received from Mr. Blaine in
reply, in which he asks me to convey, in Mrs.
Garfield's name and in that of the American
People, heartfelt thanks to the Government
and People of Bermuda for their tenderly ex-
pressed message.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your most obedient, humble Servant,
VICTOR DRUMMOND,
COLONEL GORDON, R. E.,
Acting Governor and
Commander-in-Chief,
Bermuda


(Copy.)
SIR.


I have the honour to acknowledge the re-
ceipt of your note of the 5th instant, trans-
mitting copy of a despatch and its enclosures
received by you from the Acting Governor of
Bermuda, expressing the heartfelt sympathy
of the Government and people. of that Pro-
vince with the people of the United S'tates
and with the family of the late President, on
the occasion of General Garfield's sad death.
In the presence of this additional tribute of
the personal brotherhood of the British peo-
ple, in every quarter of the globe, with the
stricken family and nation in their calamity.
words seem quite powerless to add to the re-
peated assurances I have already given you of
the sentiment of fraternal gratitude which fills
our country. I desire, however, that you will
convey, in Mrs. Garfield's name and in that of
the American people, heartfelt thanks to the
Government and People of Bermuda for their
tenderly expressed message.
I have, &o.,
(Sd.) JAMES G. BLAINE.
V. DRUMMOND, Esq.,
&c., &c., &o.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
22ND OCTOBER, 1881.
H ER MAJESTY'S JUSTICES OF THE
PEACE and other Gentlemen entitled
to receive copies of the ACTS OF THE COLO-
ONIAL LEGISLATURE, are hereby inform-
that the ACTS passed during the last Session
have been printed and that copies may be ob-
tained on application at this Office.
COPIES for MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
have been deposited with the CLERKS of the
respective Bodies.
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.

Colonial Sertary's Office,
HAMILTON, 24TH OCTOBER, 1881.
INCONVENIENCE having arisen through
the want of a distinguishing 'Nignal shew-
ing the time of closing Mails by Her Majes-
ty's Ships and those by Mail Packets it is
hereby notified that in future the Union Jack
will be hoisted in addition to the usual signal
to denote when the Mail is going by a Ship
of War.


DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
Washington, Oct. 1U, 1881;


Have Secured a small Lot of
SOUTHERN
FER TIELIZ ER ,
Now landing ex Flamborough" which they
offer at 9/ per bag of 100 lbs. weight,
They expect their usual Stock of FISH
GUANO by a Schooner to leave Portland,
Maine, on or about the 1st proximo, and they


8.-Any person making an objection must lodge offer the Cargo of the Schooner "Adria," to
ten shillings with the Clerk of the Course, which leave in all this month from St. John, New
will be forfeited to the race fund if the objection Brunswick, consisting of Materials for Onion
is decided by the judges to be frivolous, and Tomato Boxes and Garnet Seed Potatoes.
9.-All horses running in races for horses of 15 TROTT & COX.
hands and under, or in which weight for inches is Hamilton, Bermuda, )
allowed must produce to the Clerk of the Scales
before starting a certificate of height signed by 25th Octr., 1881--2 p)
Lieut. Beresford R. E.
10.-Horses will be measured by Lieut. Beresford, "Colonist" third page twice.
R. E., at Prospect Camp, at any time before No-
vember 22nd.
1.--The Judges' decision to be final. 1 Iet,
12.-The decision of the Stewards will be final To an Approved Tenant,
and they reserve ths right of making up new races TH E BRIDGE STORE
and of altering in any way the Programme or Con- i iU0i Jti
editions. They will not be responsible for any loss- At Somerset Bridge,
es occasioned by any accident or event connected omere ge,
with the races. A Two Story Building suitable for both Dry
18.-The order of running will be fixed the day Goods, Grocery and Liquor Stores.
before the meeting,Apply to
14.-The Course will be open for training till the !
28rd November, and no person will at any time be J. H. B, I CL Y,
allowed to ride on the course without a written Somerset Bridge
permission signed by one of the Stewards, ocobtr 21, 18.-3


-- Parties who have changed their places of
business or whose names and occupations may
hive been incorrectly stated, or whose name do
not appear in the DIRECTORtY, will oblige by
addressing the "Royal Gazette" Office.
This Publication having a wide circulation ia
Bcrmuda and abroad and purchased Iy al4 Tour-
ists affords 'Advertisers unequalled facilities.
Application for advertising space should be made
as e rly as possible.
DONALD M'PHER LEE,
Hailt 22 Octroprietor and Publishw.
Hamilton, 22 October, l -i3.
LIST OF TTNi:L\IIEU) LETTEIBS IN THE
POST OFFICE. IIAMILTON, Oct. 22,1881.
M August, Knoil And-rs,u, Augusta Beatt
H A Butterfield, Mrs D Biowne, Wm Bean, "It
Carlson, John MI Casti-o, W F Davis, John E-
manuelson, M Eve, Antonio Gomez, Simiona Gla-
drasict, J A Halt, irigt "H')wljnl," W',n B eler.
bert, R H Jones, John Johnson, J Outerbridge,
Antonio J Penque, Anna L Pereira, John Pordsche',,
Peter Smith, B P tichardsan, G V Story, George
Simons, Jcse P du Silva, Charles 'Scott, Willhiam
Swain, Francis Simo--, Mrs Jas HT'rhomson, F
M Triminghim, Beij.nain Trott, W J W:ie,
George Woolridge.
UNCLAILED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE ST. GEORGE'S, October 24th 1831.
H Ber.y, Henry C Dawson, Jamrs Haywar
(St. Davidl), fatrickMlquire, M.O.G., James Mena
John Runciman, Phoebq Rawling, It
Wear(c9.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


A EULOGY OF GENERAL GARFIELD.
THE REV. ISAAC ERBRTT DELIVERS AN ADDRESS ON THE
LATE PRESIDENT'S DEATH AND FUNERAL.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 2.-The Rev. Isaac Errett, who
delivered the funeral oration over the body of Presi-
dent Garfield at Cleveland, addressed a large con-
gregation to-day at the Richmond-Street Christian
Church upon the death and funeral of the late Pre-
sident. He said much anxiety had been expressed
to hear something from the death-bed of President
Garfield; some last words, that would reaffirm the
faith and convictions of his life. Comment had been
made, too, upon the absence of religious talk or
ministrations beside the dying. The people demand,
a sign, bnt none comes from that death bed. Just
so when Christ was on earth and the very elements
were instinct with His divine power, the people de-
manded a sign. The speaker thought too much at-
tention is given to mere death-bed declarations. In
a short time, if the law has its course, no doubt this
Nation will hear from the scaffold loud professions
of piety. Far better than any death-bed testimony
is the grand life of James A. Garfield. It should be
remembered, however, that, through the apparent-
ly excessive caution of the President's physicians,
no risk whatever was permitted; and then, as hope
grew, it was thought that after a while his friends
might see him. But the last days of fever and
fitful delirium forbade even this, and he died with-
out any formal farewell message or testimony. But
it is known that at the beginning he asked to know
the worst, saying: "You know I am not afraid of
death." We know, too, that when the Lord's day
came he said to his attendants: This is the Lord's
-day. I have a great reverence for it." It may not
be known that one Sabbath at Elberon, when he
lay with the sea rolling before his window and
heard from the chapel near by the hymn "Jesus,
lover of my soul," he recognized it and quoted the
words, '
"Let me-to thy bosom fly,
While the waters nearer roll,
While the tempest still is high."
To those who believe in the efficacy of a human
priesthood there must be regret that President Gar-
lield had none of these ministrations; but the Pre-
sident himself did not feel such a need, nor do we.
It would have been comforting to the living to have
had his Pastor beside him at the last; but we know
that James A. Garfield was hihiself a royal priest of
God by virtue of his anointing as a Christian, and
needed none save the one Mediator between God
a*d man to intercede for him with the Father.
Mr. Errett said the grandeur of the funeral at
Washington could hardly be conceived; yet it
seemed to those who were there that all this gran-
deur was as nothing-that it was but an incident
of the great central sorrow, and that all hearts were
in the coffin with Garfield. Along the way to
Cleveland the testimonies of grief and love were
eloquent; but none were more touching than the
long lines of working men from the shops and
mines, whose begrimed but tear-washed faces and
reverent silence told how deep was their love for
their fellow workman. So at Cleveland, where
every tribute that wealth could supply was freely
given, the most touching expressions came from the
poor. Here he related an incident of a very poor
woman taking from its place in her handkerchief
the last coin to buy a cheap frame for the five cent
photograph of the dead President which she had
bought, consenting, no doubt, to go hungry in
ordbr to give a place in her home for his face.
Mr. Errett said he could not refrain from saying
a word about Mrs. Garfield, though knowing how
she shrank from publicity. He dared not give ut-
terance to all he wanted to say. During all these
fearful days and weeks and months of anguish and
anxiety and watching, Mrs. Garfield had never lost
sight of the fact that there were other hearts to be
bound up. "When she sent me a message," said
he, "during her husband's suffering, for every
word about her own great sorrow there were ten of
tender solicitude for the affliction which had fallen
upon her household." So on the way from Wash-
ington to Cleveland, instead of becoming a care to
others, she became careful of the comfort of those
travelling with her. On that sorrowful journey,
truly, it may be spoken of her without extrava-
gance, "Many daughters have done virtuously,
but thou, Lucretia, excellest them all." In the light
of the autopsy and from what the physicians had
told him, Mr. Errett said that it was plain that the
physical suffering of the President must have been
most excruciating agony, but no murmur escaped |
him. The crown of thorns that wreathed the brow
of the dying President made him more glorious
than if crowned with the brightest diadems of
earthly honors.
The speaker said the lesson to be drawn from all
the demonstrations over the death of the President
was that they were tributes to his abounding
moral worth. The address was delivered with evi-
dent feeling, and manytearful eyes were in the au-
dience. +" '
A CAMEUi OP MUCH PROMISE has been terminated
by the death of Lieutenant Sydney Glenton Smith,
R.N., at Hasler Hospital, on the 23rd August, at
the early age of thirty-four years. The deceased
obtained a cadetship at the Royal Naval College 'on
the 6th June, 1860, and passed through the course
of instruction in the Britannia when the late Cap-
tain Robert Hirris held command of that excellent
training-school, with the present Sir George Nares
as instructor in gunnery, and the Revd. R. M. In-
akip as chaplain and naval instructor. After five
years' ,service as cadet and midshipman he was pro-
moted sub-lieutenant 13th June, 1866, served with
that rank in the Virago, Commander Bingham, on
her being first connuissioned, and in February, 1867,
was a pointed to the Redney, flagship of Sir Harry
Ibppel,on the China Station, where he attained
his heutenancy let Juno 1869. He had previously
bedn'appointed acting lieutenant of the Icarus, and
has such served in the expedition to Yangehow in
November, 1868. Returning to England on his
promotion, he passed through the gunnery, course
in the Excellent, and in January 1871, was appoint-
ed first lieutenant of the Basilisk, Captain John
Moresby, under whom ho served in a noteworthy
eammission on the Australian Station, surveying
and exploring the previously unknown shores of
South-East New Guinea, discovering a new and
shorter route between Eastern Australia and China


and placing on the chart over 400 miles of coast
line, more than 140 islands (twenty-five of which
were inhabited, and many valuable harbours, an-
chorages and rivers, which were previously un-
known. In June, 1876, he joined the Hotspur,
Captain T. M. Jones, and served as her first lieu-
$taant in the Mediterranean under two commissions.
In July, 1878, he received the command of the
gunboat Forrester with which he ni rvc on the
i'Upe Station during the Zulu campaign, rendoring
services which received the thanks of the Admiralty
and mention in both Naval and Military despatches.
He discovered and surveyed the place called Fort
Durnford on the enemy's coast, took part in the
destruction of Batanga, and was given charge of
Ketchwayo after the capture of the Zulu monarch,
bringing him safely to Cape Town. Lieutenant
Smith, who would shortly: have obtained his
promotion to the commander e list, returned home
recently quite broken down in health, and was taken
to Hasler Hospital, where he died on the 2'3rd Au-
gust. He was entitled to the South African
medal, now in course of distribution. Any memoir
of the deceased officer would be incomplete without
a record of the fact that when lieutenant of the
Basilisk he was awarded the silver medal of the
Itoyal Humane Society for gallantry in jumping
overboard at sea, and assisting to save the life of a
seaman-,-Mark Didymus-of his ship.-.Broad Ar-
row.


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It opens the pores of the skin and induce
jilealthy Perspi.atlon.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison in tho
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
Inner of skin diseases and internal humors.
There are no spirits employedin its manufacture, and
it can bo taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
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MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, &c., in
every style.
Bermuda Orders solicited. Satisfaction gua-
ranteed.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front St.,
Agent for Bermuda.
fHamilton, Oct. 11, 1881.-6mos.

A CARD.
Sr[t[illE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the M ERCHANTS OF"
B' ERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with the I louse of
H. K. & F. B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Stree's,
New York City,


And (luring that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. 'I hur-
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. TH1URBEIRt & CO.,
New York City.


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LAW REPORT.

COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE-MICHAEL-
MAS TERM 1881-CIVIL SESSIONS.
(Contine d from this day's Gazette).
20th October, 1881.
ENAS & ANOTHER V. DESYLvA.


for the plaintiff for nominal damages, one shilling.
OUTERBRIDGE & ANOTHER V. NASH.
During the trial of the above case, this action
was put to the same jury, and a verdict for the
plaintiff for 39 0/0 taken by consent.
Mr. Reginald Gray for the plaintiffs
The Attorney General for the defendant.


and joins unreluctantly in the Holy Communion as
non-ritualistic. In St. John's he does the same oc-
dasionally.
It is no answer to the argument that "Devon-
shire Church is so built and constructed;" because
it has been built long since St. John's, and by the
same people who have always worshipped there.
Why was it so built, if it was wrong, and ritualis-
tie ? If th. ao5rr ,nvnP t.m fP th P W chori- LL tt nro l niis


trespass and the damage, tne nrst was admitted, St. John's, Pembroke. The whole congregation in practices.
the second was proved beyond question, and the Devonshire sit looking East, and to the Chancel, Mr. Abraham, treasurer of the Limerick Land
only one practically left for determination was except in some few seats in close proximity to the League, has been arrested on a warrant charging
whether or not the cow had died from the injuries latter, which for the accommodation of the occu- him with being reasonably suspected of treasonable
received on the Sunday morning from the defend- pants run East and West. Neither of these there practices. -
dant's heifer. He contended that Mahoney's sur- is considered ritualistic; but do the same thing in Henry Ewan, secretary of the Tullamore League,
mise that the cow died from colic had not been St. John's and it is pronounced ritualistic,-there- James Power, secretary of the Middleton League,
verified by any examination of the cow, and that fore those occupying the seventy two sittings in and Dennice O'Carty, Poor Law Guardian, have
Mr. Outerbridge's professional opinion that the in- the Chancel quarter of St. John's must sit with their been arrested.
juries sustained from the heifer were likely to cause backs to the Chancel, where the Communion Ser- The Land League to-day held its last public
death must be entitled to weight. vices are performed. Is this reasonable ?-is it meeting for the present. The Rev. Mr. Cantwell
His Honor the Chief Justice in summing up the right, when the old pews have necessarily to be re- presided. There was a crowded attendance. The
case to the Jury left it to them to say whether or moved for repairs? In Devonshire the Organ and secretary announced that the week's receipts
not they arrived at the conclusion that the cow died Choir occupy the main floor-this is not considered amounted to 2,237 of which 1,764 were from
in consequence of the attack of the heifer, saying ritualistic; but do the same thing in St. John's, and America. He read a long manifesto. It states
that if they did they would find a verdict for the it is pronounced ritualistic. If the Rector of the two that the League is now unable to present the test
plaintiff for the value of the cow, and if not they parishes officiates in St. John's he is supposed to cases prepared to the new land courts, and that there
would give nominal damages for the trespass to the personify ritualism, but if he officiates in precisely is only one constitutional weapon left, which the
land. the same manner in Devonshire he does not! The League has previously hesitated to use. The
After a short absence the Jury returned a verdict objector sits under him all summer at Devonshire, executive advise members of the League henceforth


uu -, ja wie urana gemenT ox tne pews an0 cnoit iis
Assumpsit. Inquiry of Damages. For the Royal Gazette. not ritualistic there, why should a similar arrange-
Verdict for the plaintiff for 9 damages, the ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, PEMBROKE. ment be ritualistic in St. John's ? If backs to the
plaintiff's counsel undertaking not to issue execu- The statements made by "Logic," in the issue of Chancel is the right thing in Pembroke, why was not
tir for more than 4 10/0. the "Royal Gazette" of 18th instant, are calculated Devonshire Church so built, and the pulpit so placed
Mr. Reginald Gray for the plaintiff. to mislead and it is necessary to make a few re- as to have them right there also ? If a gallery is best
The dependent did not appear either in person or marks with regard to the above statements. for the Organ and Choir in St. John's, why does not
by counsel. In the first instance I will show that where he Devonshire have a gallery for them also ? The ar-
OUTERBRIDGE & ANOTHER V. JOSE. says that, the absence from a public call for a dis- gument on the other points that supplemented the
This was an action of debt for goods sold and de- cussion is presumptive evidence of acquiescence," charge of ritualism, has been completely annihi-
livered and on an account stated. The defendant does not apply in this case at all-for I beg to state lated by the analyzation of your correspondent
pleaded never indebted, and a set off. that the summons was not confined to Church of "Logic" in the last Gazette, so the whole fails, and
The plaintiff were Messrs. Outerbridge Brothers England Legal Tax Payers, but that the Parish proves to be a myth, and Christianity" may keep
of Reid Street, Hamilton, and the defendant a Por- Constables were employed to take round notices to his ammunition in reserve, and be admonished by
tuguese called Luis Josh. every Tax Payer of all the denominations in these ANTIQUITY.
Mr. Reginald Gray was Counsel for the plaintiffs; 'Islands, and that the real reason why they did not
The Solicitor General for the defendant. attend the meeting was, that it was of no conse- IRELAND.
The plaintiffs in November 1880 had sold the quence to them at all, as they were out of, and had no
defendant two horses, one of which they took back interest whatever in Church of England matters-
in February 1881, and the termson which the horse and I would wish to draw special attention to the A THUNDER BOLT FOR IRELAND.
was returned formed the real question in dispute fact that those who did attend the meeting of 30th Ma. GLADSTONE MAKES A COUP D'ETAT-CHARLES
in the action. The plaintiffs case was that the September last, and voted against Mfr. James' and the S. PARNELL ARRESTED-INTENSE EXCITEMENT.
horse had been returned to them to sell on commis- Church Wardens' resolution were with one exception all DUBLIN, Octr., 13.-Mr. Charles S. Parnell was
sion and on the understanding that until sold the members of the congregation and therefore it was the arrested this morning by Detective-Superintendent
defendant was to be charged with the usual board voice of the congregation and plainly shewed their feel- Mallius, accompaniedby six detectives, atMorrison's
namely 4/ per day. The net proceeds of the ings in the matter. Hotel, on two warrants signed by Mr. Forster, Chief
sale of the horse were 20 10/0 which the plaintiff He remarks too "that it is somewhat remarkable Secretary for Ireland, charging him with inciting
had credited the defendant, still leaving him in "that none of this sentimentalism was manifested people tointimidateothersfrompayingtheirjust rent
debt to them in 19 9/9 on a balance of account. nor any objection offered a few years ago, when and with intimidating tenants from taking the
The defendant's case was that the plaintiffs had "all the arrangements of the Eastern end of the benefit of the Laud Act. Mr. Parnell was taken
taken the horse back at the price of 40 and that "Church were altered, &c., &c." Now I beg to to Kilmainham jail in a cab, escorted by two cars
when that amount was credited to him the plaintiff state that objections were then strongly made to the filled with police.
would owe him 3d. erection of the apse, and it was stated to the Minis- Morrison's Hotel had been carefully watched
Mr. Thomas J. Outerbridge, one,of the plaintiffs ter that if the apse was built it would lead to no end from the time Mr. Parnell entered it last evening.
gave his evidence of the facts, and in answer to a of innovations, which I may add have followed one The officer who made the arrest first saw Mr. Par-
Juryman who inquired whether the original sale of another incessantly. nell in his bed room. He allowed him to finish
the horse was a complete transaction replied that it I would further ask that if "the yearly improv- dressing and pack his clothing. Mr. Parnell was
was, and that the defendant had given notes and a "ing taste of the rising generation," is to cause calm. He was warmly welcomed by the suspects
bond to secure the price. such dissension among its members and such heart in Kilmainham jail.
The Solicitor General submitted that in that case burnings to the few true old Protestants who do not When the arrest became known there was great
the original debt had merged in the Bond under, wish to bow the knee to Baal: where is the thing excitement. The newspaper offices were besieged.
Seal toend? Mr. Gladstone was informed that the arrest had
After some argument the case proceeded with With regard to his "Conclusion." e says, been accomplished after he arrived at Guildhall,
leave to enter up judgment for the defendant if if the author of the amendment would kindly ad- and his announcement of the fact was received
the court should be of opinion that he is entitled to "mit a little elasticity in his apprehension of ritu- with uproarious cheering, the whole of the large
it.. "alism" in fact would become a ritualist the plan assemblage of guests rising and waving their hats
The Court then adjourned for half an hour. would work much more smoothly. Now I think and handkerchiefs. Mr. Gladstone said : I
After the recess Mr. Reginald Gray produced the with the author of the amendment (let us give his. have been informed that the first step has been tak-
document spoken of as a bond, and which proved name, The Mayor of Hamilton, who boldly came en toward the vindication of law and order, of the
to be.a chattel mortgage, containing among other forward for, and in the interests of his much loved rights of property, and of the first elements of civ-
things a covenant to pay the money secured on Parish Church) that it is a ritualistic movement ilization, by the arrest of a man who, entirely from
15th May last, and applied to amend the De- which prompts these alterations in the Parish motives which I do not challenge or examine, has
claration by inserting account on the covenant. Church, and it behooves all right thinking persons made himself prominent in an attempt to destroy
The Solicitor General objected on the ground that to oppose everything that tends or has any appear- the authority of the law. We are not at issue with
it would introduce an entirely new cause of action. ance of Ritualism about it. If our much loved Old the people of Ireland. I firmly believe that the
Mr. Reginald Gray cited a passage fromRoscos's I England, in fact the British Nation of which we are majority of the tenants earnestly desire a fair trial
Nisi Fruis evidence tending to shew that such an subjects is to be kept Protestant, all must wake out of the Land Act. The power with which we are
amendment ought to be allowed. of sleep and come out boldly to meet the enemy. struggling is that which endeavours to say how
The Chief Justice said he would allow the amend- | The Jesuits aredoing deady work in England, they far the people shall obey the law. We have no
ment, but only on condition of the plaintiffs paying have been turned out of Germany; they are being fear of the people of Ireland, but do fear lest many
the defendant's costs down to the present time as expelled from France, and will soon be from Spain, more should become demoralized or intimidated."
between party and party. and why ? simply because Ritualism is their work. Mr. Gladstone said he would rejoice at the adop-
Mr. Reginald Gray for the plaintiffs acceded to Where they are at work it means revolution-pulling tion of any form of local government in Ireland
this, but it being doubtful whether the action could down. Ours is the thin edge of that wedge. provided it did not impair the supremacy of the
be continued this term, the Solicitor General stating A PEMBROKE CHURCHMAN. Imperial Government. He renewed the claim for
that he could not undertake to plead to the amend- October 20th, 1881. the support of all, without distinction of party, in
ed Declaration within any stated time, Mr. Regi- the great national crisis.
nald Gray agreed, under the circumstances, that For the Royal Gazette. Mr. Gladstone was enthusiastically cheered
the plaintiffs should be nonsuited. throughout the delivery of his speech.,
21st October, 1881. THE PEMBROKE CONTROVERSY. A telegram published in London to-night says it
FRASER v. SImmONS. I MR. EDrroR,-Your correspondent "Christian- is announced in political circles in Dublin that the
This was an action of Trespass, nuare claiusnm ity" in the Gazette of the 11th comes out with a Executive has determined to arrest all the leaders
fregit The Declaration contained two counts,the pithy notice that seems to have been written of the Land League. The Privy Council of Ire-
first for trespass to land, the second for the loss of thoughtlessly, and in a very unchristian spirit, land is now sitting.
a cow tied thereon. doubtless, with no more honorable purpose than to The secretaries of the Emergency Committee in
The defendant pleaded the general issue, intimidate. Pray has he been again canvassing the IIreland write as follows : "If the British public
At the commencement of the casea questionaroes Tax Payers entitled to vote in the Parish, altho' no do not at once come to the aid of th ose who are
as to whether Trespass were the proper form of ac- tax is to be called for? Surely he must, to have fighting the battle of the Constitution we. must
tion under the circumstances. After some argu- ascertained, in s )hot a time, that a large meeting leave the Land League in possession of the field.
ment, the Chief Justice intimated that he thought could be gat here.d ten days to oppose the altera- If we had funds we could stamp out every case of
it was, but gave leave to the defendant's counsel to tons sugget-1 in St. John's Church, which really 'boycotting.' "
move to reduce the damages (if substantial) to concern none but the congregation. And it must The first warrant declares that Mr. Parnell is
nominal damages in case the Court should consider be patent to every reflecting mind that to gather Te fs th
nominal damaes the should such a meeting he mst rely upon oneof twothings, reasonably suspected of having, since September 30,
have been on t he case, and not in Trespass. or a mixture of both. Either he must bring in a incited persons not to pay just rents. The second
have plbeeainti, he. D. Fraser, s., M.C.P., souht considerable number of those not connected with warrant charges Mr. Parnell with intimidating per-
The plaintift, R. D. Fraser, Esq., M.CP., sought o r o h u approach the field of poli- sons from applying to the Land Court.
to recover damages from George Simmons, the de- our Church, or he must approach the field of poll- sons from applying to the Land Court.
ndanto r ever damages fromGeowing circum stances: ticians, and he has doubtless tried the pulse of both LONDON, OCTOBER 15.-Mr. Parnell says that his
fendant, under the followrnin g circumstances be- to be so sanguine ? arrest will not interfere with Mr. O'Connors pro-
longing to Mr. Fraser was tied on the lawn in front I believe that Christians of other Churches not of pose mission to America. Replying to a visitor,
longing to Mruse. Thraser cow was about seven months in ourfold, (with the exception of one individual) have Mr. Parnell said he did not think his arrest would
calf. Ahis heifer belongings was to the defendanths cain too much good taste, and kindly feeling, to permit have any prejudicial effect on the Land League or-
calthef. A intifer belonging to the defe and frightened the themselves to be used in an issue in which thay have ganization, and that he did not believe the Govern-
the plaintiff's land and chased and frightened the no direct interest. Amongst politicians, religious ment contemplated suppressing the League. All
laintiff's cow to a considerable extent, bringing scruples arc not universally dominant when an ob- the measures, he said, to guide and carry on the
her up more than once at the end of her rope winthe ject is to be accomplished. Selfishness and spiritual League have been arranged, and he recommended
plaintiff's cow was found dead. I pride of opinion are then apt to rise beyond control, that there be no change in its policy. Mr. Parnell
The case for the plaintiff wao that the cow had and exceed proper bounds. If this is the atmos- has asked the Governor of the prison for permission
Thdied in consequence f or the attack on her by the d here that our Church lives in, it is a blessed thing to work in the carpenters' shop.
died consequence of the attack on her by the do- that the present issue has revealed it, for to have Mr. Sexton, Mr. Arthur O'Connor, and Mr.
W iamMahoney, oneoftheplaintiff'switnesses, remained latent it might have burst forth upon Quinn, secretary of the Land League, have been
who held a post mortey, one of examination of the cow, some unexpected occasion of greater import. If po- arrested.
said that when he first saw her he thought from her litical influence is brought to bear upon our Church DUBLIN, October 15.-John Dillon, member of
appearance that she had died of colic, but that he arrangements, the sooner it is known the better, Parliament for Tipperary, was arrested at 4 o'clock
did not then know she had been attacked as stated that the Community may judge of the remedy, for this afternoon on a charge of treasonable practices
above, and he admitted that such an attack might it may cut both ways. If there is a Pharaoh in our and lodged in Kilmainham Jail.
have occasioned death, but still adhered to his first midst with his army, we may withstand him unsuc- Mr. Lynam, organizer of the Kings and Queens
opinion that the cow had died of colic. cessfully for a long time, but his defeat will come counties and of the Westmeath Leagues; Mr.
Mr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.S., who had heard at last! "History repeats itself." What Christi- White, secretary of the Clara League, and Henry
the evidence of the plaintiff stated that such sad- anity means by the remark "as to neatness, cer- Egan secretary of the Tullamore League, have
den jerks as had been spoken of by him,, when a tainly Protestant Churches can be made and kept as been arrested and lodged in Naas jail.
cow was tied with a rope round her horns would neatly as Catholic ones," is quite beyond my ken,Limerick
be likely to produce a nervous shock and to injure and too far-fetched for one so untutored. To return Therearetwety-three person i e Lim
the and that from such a shock death might to the point, the prominent objection at the meeting, Hospital with bayonet wounds. A magistrate
the spine, and thresult ea period varying from a fewh and which I believe ruled the decision, was the cry stated from the Bench to-day that the police had
very probably resu ataperiod varying from a few "ritualism," yet not a single atom of proof did strict orders never in future to fire a blank car-

The Solicitor General in opening the defendant's any one present attempt to utter to support the cry. tridge, but to fire with effect.
case said he did not intend to deny that the de- It was the bare, blank charge of the leader, whose LONDON, October 17.-Mr. Parnell is in the prison
fendant's heifer has trespassed on the plaintiff's followers said Amen Not a voice was raised in be- infirmary, with Messers. Dillon, Sexton and
land but contended that there was no proof that the half of ritualism, so the reader can draw his own in- O'Brien.
plaintiff's cow had died from injuries received from ference. A protest in your paper, from the Rector, The London correspondent of the Manchester
the heifer, and submitted that it was probable she Wardens and Vestrymen of St. John's Church upon Guardian says: "It is stated that the Govern-
had died from colic as surmised by Mahoney. He that point ought to be accepted as evidence. At any ment, in view of the cases of the Land Leaguers
claimed that the defendant had not been negligent, rate it is a pledge to hold them to if they attempt to who escaped to England, have consulted English
but had tied his heifer with a proper rope, and that diverge. Now if any of the Vestry are tainted with and Irish law officers, who consider that any at-
the plaintiff had by leaving his gates open been ritualism by all means turn them out and put in tempt to encourage intimidation from England
guilty of contributory negligence. o those who are not. But why should not the con- could be made the subject of indictment."
tie w h atr oe the occupants of the Chancel Seats (who pay over r. Lemon, secretary of the Tullow, County
tied of the income of the Church) and of the Minister Dublin, branch of the League, and Mr. O'Toole, a
Mr. Reginald Gray in his general reply on the b considered as much as of those who occupy the member of the League, have been arrested and
whole case claimed that defendant could not exoner- other quarters of the Church? Why should the taken to Naas, charged with Boycotting. "
ate himself by shewing that he had not been neg'h- only be required to sit with their backs to the Iti s stated that the Dublin authorities contem-
gent, and that the plaintiff was not bound to keep Chancel Services, or be open to the charge of ritual- plate arrests in Belfast and other parts of the north
his grounds cow proof, and argued that of the three ism? Let us go into some further particulars by of Ireland. \
facts necessary to be proved to establish the plain- way of comparison between what is esteemed the I Messrs. Sexton, Dillon and O'Brien are charged
tiff's case, namely, the ownership, of the heifer, the lowest Church in the Colony, "Devonshire," and with being reasonably suspected of treasonable


CARIOUS HEALTH.
LONDON, October 19.-The policeforce at. Har-
warden Castle, Mr. Gladstone's residence, has been
strengthened to insure the safety of the Premier.
The Daily News says: "It has been decided, if
Mr. Gladstone's condition does not improve, to
summon a medical adviser."

DEAR Mn. EDITOR,-As I feel sure that abler
pens than mine will give you full particulars of the
Race Meeting held at the Town Hall last Friday,
it only remains for me to send you a few jottings
on the day's proceedings. It was encouraging to
see such a large attendance and the interest evinced
by several of leading officers of the garrison
make me prophecy a meeting second to none in our
annals. The pointed and useful suggestions of
Colonel Newport and Lieut. Beresford have already
started matters in a most favorable train. Our
new secretary is a most painstaking and energetic
officer, and with the aid and counsel of such ex-
perienced lovers of the turf as the officers mention-
ed above, will, I know, leave nothing undone to
give us as good a day's sport as can be expected
here. One of the most pleasing features of the
meeting was the happy manner in which our geni-
al and popular Chairman carried on the work, and


to pay no rent until the leaders are released. The
chairman said the present was a time for acting,
not for speaking. The leaders might be arrested,
but the priesthood remained to guide the people.
He counselled passive resistance.
A report that Dublin is to be proclaimed is un-
true. It arose through a police notice warning
the people against riotous assemblies.
A party of roughs last night paraded Sackville,
Abby, Earl and Henry streets, and smashed win-
dows in the houses. They also smashed windows
of the tram-cars and of the Post Office, pelted the
statue of Sir John Grey, and broke lamps in Dame
and Parliament streets. Later on the Police
marched down Sackville street and dispersed the
mob. The damage they caused is estimated at
2,000.
The Press Association learns that a council of
war has been formed in Dublin, headed by General
Steele, to consider the military situation in Ireland.
It is contemplated to increase the Foot Guards to
three battalions. The Second Dragoon Guards will
probably be retained at Longford.
LONDON, October 18.-The Fifty-second regi-
ment embarked for Ireland to-day. o The women
and non-effectives remain in England as if the
regiment was ordered into active service.
CARRICK-ON-SUIR, October 19.--The Ladies'
League, at a meeting to-day, expressed sympathy
with Miss Parnell on account of the shock she
sustained through the arrest of "the uncrowned
King of Ireland." They resolved to redouble
their efforts, and advise that no rent be paid until
, every suspect is released.
CORE, October 19.-Mr. Higgins, Secretary of
the Carrigtohill League, and Mr. Joyce, who was
recently liberated, have been arrested.
LONDON, October 19.-The Dublin correspondent
of the Times says: The settled determination of
the League to endeavour to demonstrate that the
, Land act is worthless is shown by the fact that f
the test cases they have selected are almost exclu- I
sively those in which the rent is the same as and I
in many cases even lower than Griffith's valuation." t
The Daily Telegraph says: Nothing can be
more explicit than the determination of the Land
League to maintain a fierce conflict with the Gov-
ernment.
The Standard, referring to the attempt to burn
the Cunard steamer Bothnia at her dock in New
York, says it looks as if it were intended to carry
out O'Donovan Rossa's threats.
The first-class double turreted ironclad Inflexible,
carrying four 81-ton guns, will probably make
her trial trip to the Irish coast, thereby making a
great increase in the naval force available in the I
event of disturbances.
A representative of the Press Association in-
terviewed Mr. Egan at Paris to-day. Mr. Egan
said he considered Mr. Parnell's arrest due to an
outbreak of temper on the part of Mr. Gladstone,
excited by Mr. Parnell's reply to Mr. Gladstone's
speech at Leeds. The Land League, Mr. Egan
said, did not depend on any one man or set of men.
The reserve fund, he said, amounts to over 50,000.
None of it is kept in Ieeland, except what is needed
for expenses.
The second battalion of the Grenadier Guards,
stationed at Windsor, have been ordered to be in
readiness to proceed to Ireland.
In an interview with a reporter at Holyhead,
Mr. Biggar said that the future action of the
League must be determined by experience. He
predicted that the Government would be beaten in
the struggle.
Miss Parnell has telegraphed to her mother not
to come to Ireland, as she would be more useful
in America.
Lord Lorne is called to England by urgent
private affairs.
The double-screw, armor-plated corvette Pene-
lope has been ordered from Harwich to Ireland
immediately.
The steamship Great Eastern was put up at
auction in London on 17th instant, and bought in
for 30,000.

THE STORM IN ENGLAND.
LONDON, October 15.-The details of the hurri-
cane in England show that it has been the most
disastrous known for years. But few continental
or provincial telegrams have been received. There
was considerable damage done to the shipping on
the Mersey.
The London parks are strewed wii.h fallen timber.
Many boats are aground in the river Thames, and
the steamboat traffic is suspended. Very few places
in England have escaped damage by the storm.
Four hundred small trees were blown down in
Southwark. The shipping casualties are numerous
but no great disaster is reported. Owing to the
breaking down of the telegraph wires, the Meteor-
ological Office is unable to record observations.
The gale inflicted severe damage to property in
all parts of the country. Several persons were kill-
ed and many injured. Houses were unroofed, and
unfinished buildings collapsed. It is reported that
forty-five fishermen were lost at Burnmouth and
Eyemoutb, Scotland,
Upward of fifty Berwickshire smacks were at sea
during the storm, and it is feared that most of
them have been lost. It is reported that twenty
fishermen were drowned at Dunbar, and that three
pilots were drowned in the Tyne.
By the falling of a roof at Stockton-on-Tees five
persons were killed.
LONDON, October 17.-The gale of last Friday
extended to Paris, Havre, Dieppe and Calais, and
to Germany.
Great damage and loss of life throughout north
Germany resulted from the late gale. The river
Elbe rose twelve feet above the normal level and
is covered with wreckage. Several vessels were
stranded at Altona. The loss of petroleum is eno 7
mous. Five German vessels were wrecked at Bre-
men, and some members of their crews were drown-
ed.
Friday etorms and floods did immense damage
in Schleswig-Holstein.
MALTA, October 14.-Her Majesty's ship Invin-
cible goes to Cyprus and Alexandria on the 16th
instant.
MR. GLADSTONE'S RESIDENCE FORTIFIED-PRE- "


Flirt
Mignonette
Great Head
Little Head
Alberta
Alert


m. s.
51 0
55 20
55 40
56 37
56 43
58 0


h. m. s.
Alberta 1 30 45
Flirt 1 31 16
Little Head 1 32 12
Alert 1 33 10
Mignonette 1 33 12
Great Head 1 3'5 0


Sd time W.
h m. s.
Flirt 1 57 50
Great Head 1 59 5
Mignonette 1 59 35
Alberta 2 0 5
Alert 2 1 8
Little Head 2 3 10
CHALLENGE RACE.-On Friday last a race for 5
took place between the skiffs "Young America"
and "Mignonette," the latter was very badly
worsted.

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.
We are informed that on the evening of Wed-
nesday last a colored person named Ingham, in a
fit of insanity, attempted to put an end to his life
by cutting his throat with a bread-knife. The un-
fortunate man, as it is stated, has" been suffering
for some considerable time past, from fits of melan-
cholia and at such times has endeavored to make
away with his children. He left his home at the
back of this town during the forenoon of Wednes-
day and wandered up to Spanish Point to the re-
sidence of some friends or relatives, and during
the afternoon he attempted to hang himself with a
piece of rope belonging to a fishing net, but the
rope being old and very rotten broke repeatedly.
Finding he could not effectually accomplish his ob-
ject by this means and eluding the vigilance of his
friends he suddenly seized a bread knife which
happened to attract his attention and inflicted a
severe wound on the upper part of his windpipe,
the gash extending about 4 inches. Dr. John H.
Arton of this town was immediately sent for and
promptly attended. He succeeded in stitching up
the wound and though the patient is in a very
weak state from the copious loss of blood, we hear
his medical attendant entertains hopes of his re-
covery as no important arteries were severed.

For the Bermuda Royal Gazette.
AN EXPERIENCE.
When travelling in France in my younger days,
when cash was of greater consideration to me than
dignity, having discovered that besides the stipu-
lated price at the Hotels for Dinner Bed and Break-
fast, there were always Sundry little additions for
Service Bougies,' &c. I thought I would be
precise beforehand with these Hotel sharks; and
having come to a distinct understanding with one
that --francs was to clear every thing, -and that
there would be no extra charge for Service, e&c;
when the settling came, lo! at the foot of the ac-
count, besides a few indisputable addenda, there
were those execrable and irrepressible words-
S&rvie' 1 franc-' Bougies' 1 franc !-Mais com-
ment Monsieur qu'est que c'est que vous avez mis
ici? je ne le payerai pas!-' Mais Msu pourquoi?
comment? tout le monde-Sabre de bois! dis je,
je ne suis pas tout le monde C'est a moi that you
positively promised not to charge any thing extra
for S&rvice;' and yet !-Bien Msu, voila !-and he
expunged one franc. But, said I you have still
charged for the Bougies (Candles) and I did not
even light them !-Ah! bien Msu, n'importe c'est
la coutume, &c., &c.-Bon! said I, with an impa-
tient air; and I gave up the contest as if in despa-
ration, but I had fully anticipated this result as well
as what followed.
It should be stated that all this took place in the
Hall in the presence of sundry voyageurs, Hotel
servants, &c., and my cab was at the door, the
luggage stowed, and Cabby with his hand on the
open door waiting.
So I turned to depart, when-exactly as I had
expected, there stood "Boots," politely bowing
and touching his forelock extended his hand saying
Msu! les bottes! and on the other side, a Gamin de
Lyons following Boots's lead-Msu! le Baggage!
Et! Comment? dis je,-Eh bien! voila un-and ra-
pidly withdrawing a hand from each great-coat
pocket-demi franc pour chaqu'un! and I thrust a
bougie into each hand, they were both mechanically
seized, I jumped into the cab and drove off amidst
roars of laughter at their expense and the hosts',
who I knew perfectly well had been egging them
on behind my back all the time. M.

S.:-- NOTICE





Hhds., Half Hhdi., and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Brewery of
DIessrs. LAND SON &CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWERS,
HALIFAX,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
Sole Agent.
St. George's, Bermuda.
January 18, 188I!.-3m 3p, 9


Let s Diaries,
1882,

On Sale at "Royal Gazette "


S TTIO.NERY
Hamilton, October 17, 1881.


S TORE~.


the hearty vote of thanks he obtained was nothing
more than he deserved. When the conditions and
programme are in print and before your readers
I hope to have something more interesting to send
you. Yours sincerely,
WHIPPER IN.

For the Royal Gazette.
ST. GEORGE'S SKIFF RACE.
On Wednesday last a very lively contest took
place between the six first class 2-masted skiffs
mentioned in the subjoined table of time around
the windward stakeboat. A large amount of in-
terest was taken in this race to which was Inuch
added zest on account of the remarkable change of
position of the various boats throughout the race.
About 12"30 m., the stakeboats were placed in
position-Windward stakeboat near the Needles,
and Leeward stakeboat near the Shoal opposite the
Commissariat wharf. Shortly after the placing of
the stakeboats the race commenced, and resulted as
will be seen by the table of time from the wind-
ward stakeboat.
The "Flirt" was splendidly managed, and not-
withstanding her colors and flirtation carried off
the prize (6) and amply compensated for her bad
luck on the last occasion.
First time to W. ini


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