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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]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
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THE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 46. Vol.-l.VII. STATE SUPER VIAS ANWTIQUAS 25. per ABs


Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .? ovember 8, 1SS1.


Notice.

Am instructed by the surviving
Executor to the Will of the late Mr. CHAS.
RAITERY, Senr., to sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION,


0
A


10th Novr., 1881, at 11 o'clock,
N THE PREMISES,
Piece or Parcel <


Land,
Comprising 1 Acre, 2 I coods, 27 Perches, more
or less, situate and bounded as follows : East
by lands of Messrs. Middleton; West by laud of
Richard Simmons and Jacob Simmons; North
by land of Joseph Ratter) ; South by land of
Alexander Swan. '
GEO. W. YOUNG,
Auctioneer.
Somerset, Octr. 31, 1881.-2

MECHANICS TALL,
HAMILTON.
THE EXCELSIOR
AIMTEUR DRAMATIC CLUB,
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,
In aid of the Public School for White children
in Pembroke Parish.
Beginning with the very interesting Farce :-
MAKE YOUR WILLS,
followed by
The Spectre Bridegroom,
A laughable Farce in one Act.
By kind permission of Colonel Adams, and
Officers, a portion of the Excellent Band of
thie Hoyal Irish Rifles will perform Selections
during the evening.
Doors open at 7'30p.m. Commence at 8 p.m.
Reserved Seats 2/, Second Seats 1/6 Gal-
lery 1/.
TICKETS can be obtained at the Store of
E. T. Child, Esq., and at the Door on the
night of Performance.

Hamilton, October 25, 1881.-3
ND!ICE,


The Undersigned Offers for


Sa


Viz.:
HALF Chests Oolong TE4, very cheap,
Cases i Tins SARDiINES,
Boxes Assorted PIPE)S, I gross each,
Cases Card MATCHES, 10 gross each,
Assorted JAMS for 10 doz. or more, cheap,


ile


AND,
For 5th November,
BOXES. FIRESl jACKr" .
Cannon Crackers and Roman
CANDLES.
B. E. DICKINSON.
Front Street, Hamilton, 3
Nov. 1, 1881.

Hats and Caps,
JUST received from London via New York
per Flamborough.
E. B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid St.
Hamilton, Sept. 10th, 1881.

Potatoes Potatoes !

Superior Table
POTATOES.

The undersigned has always onr)
hand a full supply of TABLE POTATO ES
in quality superior to any in market, and at
prica s to defy competition.
SPECIAL RATES to Army and Navy
CANTEENS and MESSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, October 3, 1881.

Letts Diaries,


1882,
;On Sale at "Royal
S TA TIO.ERY
Hamilton, October 17, 1881,


Gazette,"
STORE.


NEW GOODS.


ROYAL ENGINEERS.
Theatre Royal,
PR OSPEC-T.

The Members of the 15th Co. R.E.
Amateur Dramatic and Musical Club,
HAVE THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
That their Opening Performances
will take place in the above
Theatre
ON THE EVENINGS OF THE
5th, 7th and 8th Novem-
ber, 1881,
When will be produced the popular Farce by
CHARLES SELBY, Esq., entitled
'Boots at the Swan.

Followed by Watt's Phillips' cele-
brated Drama

'NOBODY'S CHILD.'
For further particulars please see Hand bills.
October 29th, 1881.

Notice.
The Undersigned will Receive
about Ist November next,
GARNET Seed POTATOES,
Onion Box MAT AERIAL,
Tomato Box I.ATERIAL, the? Patented 1880
new style ten slat box,
Tomato LATHS and ENDS,
Fish GUANO.
All at lowest M aik0t rates.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front street.
IKamilton, Oct.3, 1881.

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

Winter GOODS.


Hamilton,


E. B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid St
Sept. 10th, 1881f.


Notice.
i "
ITH l Undersigned herebyv strictly forbid all per.
sons Tit ESPASSING on their Roads lead-
ing to Whale Bay for 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,
T. D. NWB13)LD,
GEO. W. hIoLL.
Southampton, East.


Sugar! Sugar!
Ex Mystery and Excelsior from
Demerara,
Barrels yellow V, P., very
Superior Quality.
Barrels M uscovado.
At lowest rates for the 'Cash.'
S. S. 1NGHAM.
6th Sept., 1881.

Bermuda Ice,
JiADE FROM PURE AIN
WA TER.
CAN be used under all circumstances without
the danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases affect the system, in the
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m., to 6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. m., to 10 a.m. De-
livered in llamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case of
sickness I have made arra)gcta;ents to deliver
Ice at my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Sunday included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.


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


IJe 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 I
their Firm.
Particular attention has been paid to all
Articles of Millinery.
The Goods will be ready for inspection some
day next week, of which due notice will be
given.
J. 1I. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, October 17, 1881

Preliminary Arrange-
ment.
STEAMER
SSt. George,"
Captain J. F. LESEUR.


Monday,


Thursday,
urday.


Sat-


Three regular Trips a week between


St. Georges and Hamilton via H.
M. Dockyard,
Commencing
MlONDA Y, OCT. 31, 1881.
Leave St. George's for Dockyard and Hamil-
ton 8'30 a.m.;
Hamilton for Dockyard and St. Georges 3 p.m.
PA''SENGER. RATE OF FARE.
From St. George's to Dockyard or Hamil-
ton ..................................3s.
From Hamilton or Dockyard to St. Geor-
ge's ........................... 3s.
Children between 5 and 14 years, half price.
Hamilton and Dockyard, each way....... ls.
Excursion Tickets for round Trip same day 5s.
Passenger Rate of Fare on Forward Deck:
St. George's to Dockyard and Hamilton...2s.
Between Hamilton and Dockyard.........6d.
(* Freight at customary rates and owners
ask when landed on wharf.
WM. E. MEYER,
Manager.
St. George's, October 31, 1881.-4

Wines for the Season.
(OLARET (Imported annually for 32
SAUTERNE years from same House in
( Bordeaux
HlOCK
0BUiGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELIF
DO Scharzburg Museatel 1857
CiAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
1)0. SL. Peray
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
o)0 Vouvray
SlIMRRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA 20 years in bottle
GOSLIAG BROS.,
Hamilton and St. George's.
Established upwards of 50 years'
May 28th, 1881.


Notice I
TH E undersigned has just received from
Teneriffe via New York per S. S. 1 Flarn-
borough," a [art of his supply of
WHITE 0 UNION SEED
The same will be ready for delivery to-day,
JiJew Bottles of Red 'eed for Sale.
A. 4. THOMPSON.
Hamilton, Oct, 11, 1881.

A Sum of Money
TO LOAN on Bond and Mortgage in amounts
not less than. 100.
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON
.Eamilton, Oct. 17th, 1l81.


THOMJIS MILES.
Hamilton, May 31st, 188). J _
ASK your Grocer for a Cake of i'RI~1K OF X Young Man
t THE Kis ttErN, for scouring and clean- Y
ing. It is better than Sapilio, and only about at th
half the price November 1st, 1881.


preferred.
is Office.


Apply


NEW GOODS,
now being opened by
Thomas W. Kelly.
A large and well selected Stock of WINTER
A GOODS Ready Made CLOTHING
BLACK CLOTH DIAGONAL
FANCY WORSTED and TWEED SUITS
and in separate Garments.
A large assortment to select from :
WINTER OVERCO ATS
WATERPROOF COATS,
MEN'S WORKING PANTS.

A Choice Lot of Fashonable

HATS,


Black, Drab, Grey and Brown, in Soft and
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 ERY 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


FOREST LAKE ICE COM-
PANY.
Office at IC 1IOIJUS', East Broadway.
'I HE Subscribers would respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to. all Orders
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
ablo price of i{alf-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
Liouse of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and,
strict attention.to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
Ice delivered daily (Sundays excepted) i i
Hamilton and vicinity.
N.H.-ICE lHOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. daily, ,`undays excepted, when it will be-
open from 7 to 8.
JOHJnv ST-aHL L CO.,
East Boadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf




THE Undersigned has received from Tene-
riffe a limited supply of ONION SEED,
which will be ready for delivery on Thursday
next, 1st proximo. TERMS CASH lo ALL.
.. T. J. PEARMAN.
Shelly Bay, 29th August, 1881.

Tailoring.

THE undersigned has just received a few
Sample lots of TWEEDS and COATINGS
suitable for the Season.


For Steam Ferry,
Between Salt Kettle and Hamilton,
Under Act No. 12, 1881.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all
Persons disposed to Tender for the above
Service are to cause their Tenders to be de-
livered at the Office of the COLONIAL Sun-
VEYOR, in Hamilton, on or before

THURSDAY,
The 10th day of November, 1881.
The Conditions which will be required to
be fulfilled are the following:
st.-That the Steamer shall be capable of
carrying not less than forty adult pams-
engers.
2nd.-That the Steamer shall leave the Pub-
lic Landing at Salt Kettle at 530 #.m.
from the 1st of April to 30th September
both days inclusive, and shall continue
running between that point and Hamil-
ton every half hour until 9"30 a.m; from
9"30 a.m., to 3'30 p.m., she shall run
every hour, and from 3"30 p.m. to 8 p.m.,
every half hour.
3rd.-That from the 1st October to the 31st
March both days inclusive, the Steamer
shall run as above, except that she shall
begin her trips at 6*30 a.m., and shall end
them at 7 p.m. *
4th.-That the rates of passage shall not ex-
ceed three pence for each passage in the
after Cabin, and shall not .exceed two
pence each for other passengers.
THE BOARD OF WORKS do not bind
themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
RICHD. W. JERRAM,
Clerk to the Board of Works.
31st October, 1881.-2
BERMUDA, Alias f
SOMERS' ISLANDS.
By His Honor Colonel E. C. GOR-
DON, R. E., acting Governor
Commander-in-Chief, rice Al.
miraland Ordinary, in and over
these Islands, &fc., Sce., Stc.
W H R IE A S JOSEPH CLEMENTS.
HA4 YWA RD, has prayed for Administra-
tion on the Esate of HEILEN DARLING
HAYWA RD, late of St. George Parish, in
these Islands; deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just cause why
the said Administration should not be granted
unto the said JOSEPH CLEMENTS HAY-
WA RID, he, she or they, are to file his, her, or
their Caveat in writing, in the Secretary's Office
of these Islands within Fifteen days from the
publication hereof, otherwise the said Adminis-
tration will be granted accordingly.
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonial Seerery.
Dated at the Secretary's Office,
this 28th day of Oct., 1881.

REMOVAL!

DR. E. i. MENiCERp
VETERINARY SURGEON,
Has removed his Office to the premises of Mrs.
B. H. Young, Reid Street, Hamiltoon;recently
occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridg, V.S.
Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5..
Will visit St. George's professionally on Satur.
days. Office at McCallan & Co. Residence
Ilarrington Place, Hamilton Parish.
August 2, 1881.

THE BERMUDA POCKET
Almanack, Guide and Direetory,
1882,


GEORGE B. SWAN. TS now in course of revision and preparation.
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette Office. Parties who have changed their places of
Hamilton, October 18, 1881.-3 business or whose names and occupations may
have been incorrectly stated, or whose name do
m n, aot appear in the DIRECTORY, will oblige by
H ard 0Stone im e. addressing the "Royal Gazette" Office.
a SThis Publication having a wide circulation in
Bermuda and abroad and purchased ball Tour-
Deliverable at any part of the ists affords Advertisers unequalled facilities.
Island, at I/ per Bushel. Application for advertising space should be made
DU DLEY HOLLIS, as early as possible.
Crawl. DONALD MTHE LEE,
November 1st, 1881.-3 times. Proprietor andPuulibKo4
Hamilton, 22 October, 1881.
T'heodore Outerbridge, FOR SALE OR HIRE.
D V. S.,
VETERINARY SURGEON- The well known Sail Boat
--- sOMKER "
officee and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton 8 M
Office adjoining Army Pay Office. Formerly the Governor's Yacht. Capacity 9
Hours- to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m. tons or more ; is in staunch order, with moor.
Hous- t 10a~.;3 t 6p~. aa aync-,ta


Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.


ng9, .LO., VU peC ..
The" Somers" is still suitable for a Yacht.
Apply to
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, Nov. let, 1$81.-tf.


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BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THIE WEAATHER at W We are requested to state that owij, ,)o temLl
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between theory indisposition His Excellency the governor
30th October and 6th November 1881, height above will be unable to see anyone except on urgent bus-
the sea where the Register is kept. being 246 feet. iness for the next few days.


w S General Remarks.


4 72 70 30-07C 0"00 Fine
4 75 72 29-950 0-01 Fine
4 75 72 29-790 0-0( Cloudy
2 73 72 29-700 0'1l Cloudy
3 75 72 29-670 0-24 Fine
5 70 69 29-930 0-10 Cloudy, hazy
472 70 30-040 0-00 Fine, cloudy
JOSEPHUS PERINC EliEF.


Hamilton .November 8, 1881.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
Nov. 5.-Norwegian Barque Haalet, Teelpen, Car-
diff; 547 tons; steam coal, for Hamilton Coal Com-
pany.-Agents, J. T. Darrell & Co.
7.-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York ; mails
and general cargo.-Agents. Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
Novr. 1.-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Martinique; 253
empty casks, 6 packages furniture, 12 qrtr. bales of
hay.
2.-Schr. C. H. Foster, Coombs, Brunswick, Geor-
gia.
4.-Brigt. Adria, Black, Savanah.
5.-Schr. Miriam, Porter, St. Domingo.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
Nov. 1-German Barque Atalants, Lutherbrodt, Bre-
men ; general merchandize.-Agents, W. C. Hyy-
land & Co.
4-Swedish Barque Infatigable, Backstrom, Cardiff;
573 tons coal for St. George's Coal Co.
5.-Barque JiEliza Barrs, Hollis, New York; 95 oxen,
&e. to Trott & Cox.
7.-Schr. Vesper, Mouser, Liverpool, N. S.; horses,
cows, &c. to T. H. Pitt & Sons.
CLEARED.
Nov. 1.-Barque Atalanta, Luthorbrodt, New York;
inward cargo.
4.-Schr. Hound, Leseur, Cuba; part of inward cargo.
PASSENGERS.
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco" on Sunday last
from New York :-His Excellency Major.-General
Sir R. M. Laffan, R.E., K.C.M.G., Lady Laffan,
Miss Jervoise, Lieut. Hussey, R.E., A.D.C., and 3
servants, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ennis, child and
nurse) Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Farnham and son, Mrs.
Foggo, Mrs. M. A. Gates, Mrs. F. Luckenbach,
Miss Luckenbach and Master Luckenbach, Miss
Jrey, Miss Rosalie' Darrell, Miss Bessie Darrell,
Miss L. Evans, Miss Bumbach, Miss R. Hayward,
Capt. F..A. Merrill, Dy. Asst. Corny. Genl. Hain,
Messrs. H. Pell, H. L. Riker, J. H. M. Rae, J. M.
,Darrell, L. E. Simmons, H. Hammond, B. Aborn,
Jr., C. M. Decker, A. Wilkinson, Davis, and -
Boerm.-2nd Cabin, Mrs. Hall and child, John Mc-
Kay, Thomas Strong, Win. Gibbs and F. R. Pier-
son, and two in the Steerage.
In the Meteor, Mr. J. E. Lightbourn.
The Barque Eliza Bares, Captain Hollis, arrived
at St. Georges on Saturday last after a very quick
run, bringing a full load of oxen in first rate con-
dition.

STANLEY MIDDLETON, ESQ.
We clip the following from Studio Notes" in
the New York Herald:
Stanley Middleton sends to the exhibition of 'the
Philadelphia Society of Artists a life size three-
quarter length of a colored girl peeling arrowroot
and a younglady seated under the trees, which he
painted on his recent trip to Bermuda. He made
last summer at Monticello, in this State, several
small landscape studies."
The same paper in commenting on the Paintings
for Philadelphia, says:
"The collection of paintings which will represent
the New York artists at the approaching exhibition
of the Philadelphia Society of Artists is one of the
most noteworthy which has ever been shipped for a
similar purpose from this city. Over two hundred
and fifty paintings, some sixty of which are in
water color, were shipped by Renner & Co., on
Saturday, and a few supplemental contributions
this week will bring the number up to 275. Nearly
.I1 the best known painters are represented, and on
a list appended of the more prominent works we
find "Stanley Middleton's BEEMUDA ARRowRooT

For the Royal Gazette.
BAILEY'S BAY AMATEUR DRAMATIC
CLUB.
The owners of the smart little steamer St.
George" having very kindly issued complimentary
invitations to a large number of their friends to
participate in a moonlight excursion to Bailey's
:Bay on last Thursday evening, a goodly party of
ladies and gentlemen availed themselves of the op-
portunity to spend a very pleasant evening at the
Lyceum; and the efforts of each member of the
Club to entertain the large audience present proved
most decidedly successful. It would probably ap-
pear to be invidious to criticise when all who took
part in fhe performance showed, by the manner in
which the respective characters were sustained,
that they had devoted much study and careful at-
tention to them.
Nubbly in "War to the Knife," and Mouser in
"Betsey Baker," kept the audience in a roaring
good hunfor. All present expressed themselves
highly delighted with the entertainment, and
should any of your readers have a doubt on the
subject let them put it to the test next Thursday
evening. The acoustic qualifications of the room
at present are not very favorable to stage oratory
or orchestral music, but no doubt plastering the
interior of the building would greatly remedy this
inconvenience. -
EXCURSIONIST.
St. Georges, Nov. 5, 1881.

IMPORTING CABBAGES.
BAIxIMORE, Md., Oct. 23.-Among the cargo of
the steamer "Leipsig," which arrived here yester-
day from Bremen, were 8,000 heads of cabbage,
imported from Oldenburg, Germany. This is said
to be thefirst importation of vegetables ever brought
to this port, and is due to the high prices of home
raised cabbages.-New York Weekly Herald, Octo-
*ber 29.
[The scarcity of this indispensable vegetable and
the very high prices of the same in American Mar-
ets,' together with the fact that large quantities
.he finest cabbage have been grown on some of
highest hills in this Parish, would seem to invite the
attention of those in possession of such hills utilizing
them by the cultivation of Cabbage for the markets
c t-.e United States.]-'Ed: Br. Royal Gazette.


CRICKET. -For scores of Military matches on 21st
and 27th ultimo, see lastpage.
Major Sir Guy F. C. Travers has been appointed
on his promotion, to the 2nd Battalion of the Royal
Irish le. Moo


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formed-the prices were against them. As regards
the weather, no one was responsible for that, but,
for the prices the managers were of opinion that
they were "in keeping with the times" in town.
We are all well aware that you or I will get no-
thing for nothing" in Hamilton. The expenses
necessary to give the Entertainment. were high,"
we v, 11 say the prices were "high," and the en-
tertainment was of a "high" class. What more
does the public want ? Everybody seemed high" -
ly pleased with the performance, and I'm sure it
is worth all the money to see Sergt.-Bugler Chees-
man alone, and then you have the whole of the
other parts thrown in for nothing. I know of an
instance where a military man was charged in this
town 1/6 for the same kind of article he paid only
21d. for at Dover," where the prices were also
"high." I hope if this Troupe favours us with
another performance in town, they will be better
supported, as they give a first class entertainment,
and deserve more patronage.
ONE WHo WAS THERsE.


Date.
1881.
Oct.
Nov.
Noon
. Oct31
Novl1
2
3
4
5
6


We were in hopes to have been enabled to report
on His Excellency the Governor's arrival that he
had returned to Bermuda in comparatively good
health, and consequently sincerely regret the tenor
of the foregoing announcement. Two rough pas-
sages-first from England to New York and thence
to Bermuda with but one days interval, is doubtless
the cause of his Excellency's present feelings. We
,rust however that a few days rest and quiet will
have a most beneficial effect on His Excellency's
health and spirits.

Arrival of the Admiral.
H.M.S. Northampton, bearing the Flag of Vice
Admiral Sir Francis L. McClintock, Kt., F.R.S.,
&c., Commander-in-Chief on the North American
and West India Station, Captain Drummond, an-
chored in Grassy Bay at noon on Saturday last.
The N. left Halifax at noon on Tuesday, and
had comparatively fine weather during the passage.
Lady McClintock and family, and Miss Dunlop
accompanies the Admiral.
We are pleased to learn that the Admiral, Lady
MeClintock and family, are in the enjoyment of good
health.
H. 1M. Ships -Druid and Contest left Halifax in
company with the Admiral. The former arrived
last evening. The latter may be hourly -looked
for.
H.M.S. Fantome was to leave Halifax for Ber-
muda on Friday last and H.M.S. Forester about
yesterday, the latter bringing the English Mail
of the 27th October.
The Northampton proceeds to Murray's Anchorage
iii a few days for gunnery and Torpedo practice,
which will, we understand, include a grand night at-
tack by torpedo boats.
Mrs. Messer, wife of Dr. Messer, Fleet Surgeon
of the Flagship came down in the Northampton.
We have to thank kind friends for Halifax pa-
pers of the 1st instant, as well as for a few English
papers.
Major-General Sir Patrick McDougall who, it is
understood is to administer the Dominion Govern-
ment during the absence of the Governor General,
will take up his residence at Montreal. The Gov-
ernor General was to leave Quebec for England on
the 4th inst.
Several defalcations have it seems occurred in the
"Civil Service of Canada at Ottawa of late. Gam-
bling and fast living have brought a number of
voung men into disgrace.

DEATH OF CAPTAIN HENEAGE, R.E.
We were grieved to learn, on the arrival of the
Mail Steamer Orinoco on Sunday last from New
York, of the death, in that city on the 1st instant,
of aneurism of the heart, of Captain Frederick Wil-
liam Heneage, of the 28th Company Royal Engi-
neers.
Captain Heneage was in very delicate health
when he left here with his wife, child and servants
on the 27th ultimo for New York, hoping to reach
his home in England ere his life was spent. But,
sad to say, he died in New York two days after he
reached that city.
His death is sincerely regretted by all who knew
him, and the greatest sympathy is felt for his wi-
dow who is thus so sadly bereaved among strang-
ers.
We take the following notice relative to Captain
H. from the XNew York Herald of the 2nd instant:
Frederick William Heneage, Captain of the Roy-
al Engineers, died suddenly yesterday at the Bre-
voort House of aneurism of the heart. Born of a
prominent family in Hertfordshire, England, he
entered the army at an early age, and although but
a young man at the time of his death, he saw a
great deal of active service, having served with dis-
tinction in several campaigns. In 1870 he com-
manded the detachment of the Royal Engineers in
the Red River Expedition, under Sir Garnet Wol-
seley. During his service then, and later in the
Zulu war, in which his record is especially brilliant.
Captain Heneage suffered much from exposure in
the field and his constitution was weakened
in consequence. About two years ago he was trans-
ferred with his command to Bermuda, where he re-
mained until failing health a short time since pro-
cured him a leave of absence. He arrived in this
city on Sunday last with his wife, the daughter of
Colonel Gordon, C.R.E., now the Acting Governor
of Bermuda whom he married in 1880, and his child
a few months old intending to take the Arizona for
home yesterday. Mrs. Heneage will continue her
journey and will be followed in a few weeks by her
husbands remains, which will be placed temporarily
in a private vault in this city.

ANOTHER BERMUDIAN.
The Reverend Gentleman alluded to in the fol-
lowing paragraph, copied from the New York
Evening Telegram, of the 27th ultimo, is a native of
these Islands, and well known and greatly respec-
ted by many amongst us.
"At Princeton to-day, the Rev. Francis L.
Patton, D. D., was inducted into his office as
Stewart Professor of the relations or Philosophy
and Science to the Christian religion in the Prince-
ton Theological Seminary. Mr. Patton came from
the Chicago Theological Seminary.

BERMUtDA AND TURKS' IsLANDS.-We regret to
notice by an advertisement in anther column from
the Agent here of the Royal MaiIeamers "Alpha,"
and "Beta," that communication with Turks' Is-
lands by these vessels is discontinued from this
date." We had hoped that a permanent com-
munication between these Islands and Turks' Is-
lands would be established as there are a large
number of Bermudians residing there.

THE R. I. R. MINSTREL TROUPE.
DEAxR ME. EDITOR,-The above Troupe appeared
at the Mechanic's Hall on Wednesday 2nd Nov.
with the same programme they started with at
Prospect, some months ago, having appeared at
St. George's and the Spar Yard, Ireland Island,
in the interim, where thousands laughed their
sides sore at this most amusing combination of
Music, Mirth, and Minstrelsy. The Hall was
about two thirds full. The weather,-and I was in-


ate from the United States and Eu
rope.
The fine Mail Steamer Orinoco, Captain Fraser,
is again on the line between New York and these
Islands. She reached her wharf in this town at
1 ]a.m., on Sunday morning, after a very quick run
o :66 hours. She brought nearly fifty passengers
and a large quantity of freight.
We are indebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser
Dupont and Mr Farnham, passenger, for files of
New York papers of the 3rd -nstant.
The New Yorkers were rejoicing over some heavy
rain-squalls which had occurred there, as a great
scarcity of water was being experienced, particular-
ly in the suburbs, for some time before, and it was cal
culated that there was but 16 days supply of watel
in the Croton Rivers when the rain came on.
Mr. Baldwin, Casheir of the Newark Mechanics'
Bank has proved a defaulter to the amount of
$2,000,000.
At Mount Washington on the 26th ultimo a
snow storm announced itself, and the thermometer
fell forty degress within a few hours, and not stop-
ping till it reached the point 3 degrees below zero.
Two of the five vessels which were sent from
the United States, during the early part of the past
seasonto to the Polar Seas, in quest of information of
the Jeannette (now absent two years in search of a
North West passage) and for scientific purposes,
have returned-the Corwin at San Francisco and the
Alliance at Halifax, N.S., on her way to Norfolk--
without bringing a rumour even in reference to the
Jeannette. The three other vessels engaged in Ar-
tic work have been heard from but had met with no
better success relative to the Jeannette than did the
two vessels named.
The Imperial Parliament was further prorogued
until the 17th December.
CONFEDERATE BONDS.
LONDON, Nov. 3.-The Times in its financial ar-
ticle this morning says : We are able to state
that the Bank of England does not hold a penny
available for the payment of Confederate Bonds.
The Public should beware of buying bonds intrins-
ically worthless on the faith of such rumours.
LONDON, Nov. 3-The first complete railway train,
carrying one hundred passengers, passed through
the St. Gothard Tunnel on Tuesday in 50 minutes.
The Timis says it is in position to state that the
treaty negotiations with France have not been
broken off, and that the English Commission are
merely returning for fresh instructions.
SALUTING THE ENGLISH FLAG AT YORK.
TOWN.
LONDON, Nov. 1.-The International Arbitra-
tion and Peace Association passed a resolution to.
day recording its satisfaction with the saluting of
the English flag at Yorktown. Such an incident,
the resolution says, is unparalleled in history, and
must ever remain of deep international interest. It
regards the act as weighty and significant testimony
to the eternal oblivion of all animosities resulting
from the war of independence, and as an emphatic
expression of the brotherly love existing between
England and America.
The Interoceanic Steam Yachting Company's
yacht Ceylon sailed from Southampton on 27th ult.,
with forty passengers on a cruise round the world.
The London "Times" of 27th ult., commenting on
Mr. Gladstone's visit to Knowsley, says: The time
has now come when Lord Derby may be expected
to take his position among the leaders of the liberal
party and bear the responsibility for the inception
and conduct of the policy he supports."
The English Channel Squadron has proceeded to
the Coast of Ireland.
Two feet of snow fell on 31st ult. in London and
in various parts of England.
Rev. George Granville Bradley was, on 31st ult.
installed as Dean of Westminster in the presence of
a large congregation.
The British steamer Texas, from Liverpool for
Quebec and Montreal, took out 30,000 worth of
pedigree cattle for Canada.
Municipal elections were held throughout Eng-
land and Wales on 31st ult. In a great many cases
they show important Conservative gains.
The Grand Jury at Maidstone has found a true
bill against Arthur Lefroy for the murder of Mr.
Gold in a carriage of the Brighton Railwa) express
train on June 27th.
Three Frenchmen have been arrested at St. Pe-
tersburg in whose possession, it is said, comprom-
ising documents were found, made a desperate re-
sistance. They fired several shots, wounding a po-
liceman.
A rumor is current in Dublin that Earl Spencer
Lord President of the Council, will replace Earl
Cowper as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and that
Lord Derby will replace Earl Spencer in the Ca-
binet.
Ex-Empress Eugenie visited Fontainebleau in-
cognita on 25th ult. She was greatly moved when
shewn the former apartments of her son, the late
Prince Imperial.
The Prince of Wales, who is staying in Paris
lunched on 30th ult., with Sir Chartes Dilke and M.
Gambetta.
It is stated that the Empress of Austria will take
a hunting seat in Rutlandshire, England, for the
coming season.
The "Boom" in Confederate Bonds.-LONDON,
Oct. 28.-Considerable dealings in Confederate
bonds are again reported to-day. The "Dollar"
bonds are now 1 12s. 6d. per 100, which is'a
slight improvement on yesterday's price.
The Pall Mali Gaiette of October 30th says: "F.
Witherby & Son, thT' old established firm of stock-
brokers, have been declared defaulters. The cir.
cumslauces of the case are said to be of a distress-
ing character."
The ship Connty of Aberdeen, which arrived at
San Francisco on the 29th October from Rio, re-
ports that, August 9th, in 37 36 South 51*32 West,
between 9 and 11 a.m., passed ten corpses. Some&
of them from the clothirg appeared to bo seamen
others were nude.


the shock.

To CORRESPONDENTS.--A supplement of Three
columns accompanies this issue of the Gazette. It
contains two original Communications. Fact"
and "Antiquity." Rumored resignation of Mr.
Gladstone; enforcing the Land Act in Ireland;
Conservatives supporting the Government; Foreign
News; accounts from Demerara; the Keely Motor,
&c.
BIRTH, at Westfield, Pembroke, on 1st instant,
the WIFE of William Cox, of a Sox.
.......... at Sea View, Smiths Parish, the WIFE of
Clarence Peniston, Esqr., M. C. P. of a DAUGHTER.
MARRIED, on Sunday, Oct. 30th, at St. Luke's
Church, New York, by the Rev. Clarence Buel,
FREDK. J. GIBSON Of Halifax, N.S.. to KATIE BROWN-
RIGG of Hamilton, Bermuda.

DIED, at his residence in Devonshire Parish, on
the morning of Friday, Oct. 21st, MR. THOMAS ROBIN-
SON, in the 84th year of his age; leaving a widow, a
daughter, brother and sister, grand children great
grand children and other relatives and friends to
mourn their loss.


. ROYAL ENGINEER AMATEUR DRAM-
ATIC CLUB.
The members of the 15th Company Royal En-
gineers Amateur Dramatic Club, gave their opening
performances at the Theatre Royal, Prospect, on
Saturday evening last.
The popular farce by Charles Selby, Esq., enti-
tled "Boots at the Swan opened the entertain-
ment, which was followed byWatts Phillip's cele-
brated Drama "Nobody's Child."
The performance was in every way successful
and was to have been repeated on last and this
evening, but owing to the Steamship "Orinoco"
bringing the sad news of the death of an officer of
the Royal Engineers, late of this Garrison, the en-
tertainment was uavoidably postponed until Wed
nesday Thursday and Friday evening, the 16th
17th and 18th instant, Particulars in next "Ga-
zette."

Some years ago there was a great desireexpress-
ed in America, Australia, and other foreign coun-
tries for the introduction of British birds, and es-
pecially the sparrow. In 1863 a couple of English
blackbirds fetched 3 5s. in Adelaide, and a spar-
row-the only one which survived out of one hun-
dred sent out-sold for 11s. In New Zealand
sparrows have multiplied to such an extent that
poisoned wheat is now used by the colonists to de-
stroy them. Americans, also, have begun to regret
their introduction. An American paper says:-
"England accuses us of sending dynamite, infernal
machines, potato bugs, and trichinne, all of which
are not half so bad as the English sparrows."

Dr. J. G. Holland late Editor of Scribner'n
Monthly, and the author of several very popular
novels, is dead.
The average receipt of potatoes at a starch fac-
tory in Caribeau (Bangor) were about 1,200 bush-
els a day.
The new Inman steamer City of Rome said to be
the largest steamer afloat except the Great Eastern,
has arrived at New Yorkand been visited by thous-
ands.
The Great Eastern has not been sold as reported
the sum bid, 30,000, was not considered sufficient
and she was withdrawn.
The London Times of the 18th ult. says :-H.M.
S. Orontes was to leave Gibraltar on the 16th for
Barbados direct, returning thence to England.

THE INDEPENDENCE OF CANADA.
It is intimated by a member of Parliament that
at the approaching session a move will be made in
the direction of Canadian independence on the
ground that it is desirable that we should elect our
own Chief Magistrate or President. The propo.
sition is that his salary shall not exceed $20,000 a
year ; that the Executive Council be reduced from
fourteen members to seven, the salary of each to be,
say, $6,000; that the civil service shall be over-
hauled, the fossils turned out and competent men
put in their places, and all salaries over $2,000 re-
duced twenty-five per cent. In reference to the
subject the same member of Parliament writes in a
letter to a friend in this city : I believe that in-
dependence will be granted to Canada by the mo-
ther country when asked for in a proper spirit, and
then our good Governor-General, chosen by our-
selves, will not be snubbed by Downing Street
when he wants to go and see his wife."-Despatch
from Ottawa to Halifax Morning Chronicle, Nov. 1.
Sir Alexander Galts, who has just left new York
Ifor England says, in reference to the above assertion
l"denies that any such sentiment exists."-So says
the New York Herald of the 2nd instant.

J. L. Sproston, a young man who has for some
time been employed at Burrows, Stewart and
Milnes' stove works, Toronto, recently received in.
sormation from Ireland, that he had fallen heir to
property to the value of ten thousand pounds, be-
sides buildings in London and its suburbs. The
letter also contained a draft for one hundred
pounds. He started for New York at once from
which place he sailed on Saturday for Ireland to
take possession of his property.

Lieut. W. S. White will assume the command of
the Sparrowhawke which is now a tender to the Ur-
gent, Commodore's ship at Jamaica, and she will in
future be rated as a separate command.
Captain Carpenter, 1st Battalion Connaught
Rangers, left England for India in H.M.S. Troop-
ship Crocodile on the 10th October.
ERRATuM.-In letter signed Progress with Peace
of last Gazette, read "Reformers'" instead of
"Reformer's."
From "Broad Arrow" October 1st.
LANCASHIRE FUSILIERs(20th Regiment.) -Captain
F. J. Waudby, late of this Regiment, died at
Market Harboro,' on the 22nd of September, 1881.
NEWMARKET, Oct. 25th.-The great event of the
Houghton Meeting, the Race for the Cambridge-
shire Stakes, was won to-day by Mr. Keane's three
year old Foxhall; Lady Glitters second; Triston
third.
The Dwelling House designated "Douglas" and
Lot on which it stands, situated in Church Street,
and nearly south of the Presbyterian Church, was
sold by Public Auction on Wednesday last. Mr.
John Barritt became the purchaser, giving 225 for
both House and Lot. The House was very much
injured by the gale of August 1880.
We have to thank most sincerely Mr. W. E.
Meyer, Manager of the Steam passenger and
freight boat, "St. George," for his cordial invita-
tion to us to use the said fine little Steamer at any
time "in pursuit of pleasure or of news." We
cannot otherwise than wish the manager and owner
of the "St. George" all the success which both he
and they may deserve.
The recently appointed Colonial Surveyor, J. H.
M. Rae, Esq., arrived from England via New York
in the Mail Steamer Orinoco on Sunday last.

The man Pitcher, who fell overboard at St. Da-
vid's Island from his boat a few days since and
narrowly escaped drowing, has since recovered from


Expected


Notice.

to arrive early JVext
Week,


From Prince Edwards Island,
THE BRIG

"Athole Oran,"
With the following CARGO, particularly se-
lected for this Market :

800 BBLS Garnet Seed PO-
(A TATO E ,
500 Itbls. Table 'OTATOES,
1,500 Bus. New Black OAT ,
10,000 4-foot PALINGS,
10 Cords Fire WOOD,
1,200 Lbs. New OATMEAL,
A 20 Carriage and Farin
HORSES,


10 Heifers,


150 Young GEESE,
100 Bbls. TURNIPS,
10 Tons Superior i1 VY.
B. W. WALKER &
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1881.-1


CO.
/


By Public Auction,
UNDER THE BIG SHED,

On Thursday next,
10th Instant,
10 DRUMS Halifax COMDFISH
15 Bls. Early Rose POTATOES
5 Dozen Corn BROOMS
15 Boxes assorted SOAP
10 Boxes Laundry STARCH
10 Half Chests Oolong TEA
10 Gross Chase's Comb MATCHES
3,000 Superior Hard BRICK
2,000 feet White and Spruce Pine BOARD
30 Bottles White and Red Onion SEED
5 Boxes Black TOBACCO, 12s
10 Boxes Adamantine CANDLES
60 Tins CONFECTIONERY consisting
of Conversation Peppermint and
Scotch Mixture, &c., &c.
1 SHANDELIER, 3 Lights
4 Biscuit CANISTERS
60 1 Lb. Tins India Red PAINT
1 Turtle NET, in good order
1 Large Superior Halifax


In fine order for Beef, or Milk had only
2 Calves.
AND,
100 Barrels English Kidney
POTTl'OES,
Now Landing from "Orinoco" via New
York.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1881.

M.. Mr. Plant will be prepared to ship
the return Crop from the English Kidney
Potatoes, via New York, should there be
no Steamer direct to London.
B. W. W. & 00.


Notice.

TuHE Sale by order of the Mortgagee of the
-L Property'in this town in the occupation
of Mr. Samuel Augustus Smith, is hereby
countermanded.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
for the Mortgagee.
Hamilton, 7th November, 1881.-1.

Hamilton Hotel,

G. 4. Fr^f aji,
PROPRIETOR,

WILL BE OPEN
For reception of Guests on 15th Instant.
Hamilton, November 7, 1881.

Our First Century."
Will not be Delivered in Hamilton
until the arrival of the next New York
Steamer.
W. NULYINNE STEPHENS.
November 7, 1881.




HUNT RACES.
THE Undersigned, Steward of the Royal
Bermuda Yacht Club, will provide Lun-
cheon at the Hunt Races on the 30th Novem-
ber, as usual.
.1, The Tent will have the Club Flag fly-
ing.
J. L. AUSTIN.
Hamilton, November 7, 1881.
For Rent.


S:,: Palmetto Hall,
West Side, Somerset.
Apply to
W. J. HENEY.
Hamilton, Novr. 8, 1881.


"BONDS'."
A fresh supply on Sale at the Royal Ga-
zette" Stationery Store.
Hamilton, November 8, 1881.


DECLINE IN THE COMMERCE OF QUEBEC.-The
city of Quebec will, it is said, lose in direct and
indirect revenue about $250,000, from the dereasa
of shipping this yar as compared with last.

A COLUMN OF HCT WATER.--One of the most
singular natural phenomena in Montana is the for-
mation of two gcysers in the strip of country knows
as the Sag," about a mile and a half from Mr.
Patterson's ranch on the Shonkin. It was first
seen about a month ago, but not until lately has it
assumed proportions which constitute its wonderful
formation. It is situated in a small canyon running
out from the wall of rotks on the east side of Alk-
ali lake. Two geysers have appeared, one of them
being of monster proportions throwing up a column
of hot water and steam over one hundred feet high,
the other spouting about fifty feet, but with a larger
proportion of water, diameter, about four inches.
They are intermitted in character and are active
during the morning hours about eight or nine
o'clock. The formation of the country is a sand-
stone and gneiss and has all the appearance of be-
ing an ancient river bed. What has produced this
curious phenomenon it is, of course, only useless
to speculate, as there is no evidence of ancient vol.
canio activity and no hypothesis can be formed
which will account for it.


IiR







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


-Pr


Hamilton Parish
SLYCEU M.
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 THIE KNIFE,
(Comedy in 3 Acts,)
follow wed by
BETS P BoKE R,
(Farce in 1 Act.
Vocal and Instrumental music betweenthe Acts
Reserved Seats, 2/. Seats 1/.
Doors open at 7'30 p.n. Commence at 8.
Tickets to be obtaihd from W. H. WIL.
xKIsoN, Esq., Bailey's Bay.
4w. 3p.


CHEAP FOR CASH.

The Subscriber has just received
per S. S. Orinoco his usual of
FALL AND WINTER


Which are offered at Prices to suit the times.
ALSO ON HAND,
Crockery Glassware Tinware
S1 Boots & Shoes,
&c.
NATHANIEL VESEY.
Devonshire, November 7, 1881.-3 3p

PITCH PINE.
rTHE Schooner MIRIAM is now discharging
.ol Pitch Pine of that excellent quality usually
sold by the Undersigned.
40 M BOARI)S, inch, inch
and a quarter, and inch and a
half-some tongued and grooved-other
planed and jointed,
1x 3 Railing Material,
SCANTLING 3 x 4. 3 x 2
21 x 5. 2J x 8
2 x6. 2 x5. 2x4
4 x 5. 4 x6
6 x6


PLANK


2x 10 @ 12
ON HAND,


BAULK, twelve by twelve.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, 1st November, 1881.-2 3p.


Winter Goods,


Just received from England via
New York,
LADIES Black Cloth JACKETS,
c" Colrd. Tweed ULSTERS,
Men's Melton and Pilot Cloth OVER COATS,
Tweed and Rubber CLOTHING,
Black Cloth FROCK COATS,
White and colored Wool BLANKETS,
and Red FLANNEL,
Hard and soft FELT HIATS.


C. A. JONES.
Hamilton, October 81st, 1881.-2 3rd p.

Onion Boxes,


No excuse


Onion Boxes.
for getting short this
Seas1 n.


TLHE UNDERSIGNEI)
Offer the Cargo of the Brigantine
",SDRI-,9
Now discharging, from St. Johr, N.i'.,
47,000 Onion BOXES,
18,000 Tomato BOXES, or the
materials for making same,
6,000 Spruce BOA R DS,
AND,
40 Cartloads Firewood.
They call particular attention to a very LARGE
STOCK OF NAILS for box making.
Customers who have engaged Boxes are re-
quested to begin removing them immediately if
possible.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, let November, 1881.-3

BUSINESS DIRECTORY
For the Bermuda Pocket Almanack, Guide
and Directory for the year 1882.
PERSONS desirous of altering their ad-
dress or adding thereto in the above
Directory for the Town of Hamilton, will
please send in same on or before
TH U RSDAYN EXT,
The 10th Instant.
D. M'PHEE LEE.
Office of Royal Gazette," Nov. 8, 1881.


Notice.


SALE


OF


MEAL ESTATE'
PIT P-r1bl~ A i-n+rrn


Notice.

THE SALE OF
Parcel of LAND
Belonging to the Estate of Mr. C. Rattery,
Senr.,


. a mUntil further notice.
16th November Next, at 12 o'clock, M., G. W. YOUNG,
On the Premises, Auctioneer.
A LL those TWO TRACTS or Somerset, November 7, 1881.
Parcels of LAND, situated in Southamp- -
ton Parish, containing together 27 acres, 3 E. B. JONE 7Y
roods and 17 perches, being the Western por-
tion of the Radnor" Estate, formerly held by Corner of Queen and Reid Streets.
Samuel Saltus Ingham the Elder, Esqr., de-
ceased; and lately allotted by a decree of the H AS just received from London via New
Court of Chancery of Bermuda, to Francis York per Orinoco"
Albouy Conyers. FC
B. W. WALKER & CO., F V dITICLES
Auctioneers. suitable for Wedding and other Presents.
Hamilton, October 31, 1881.-3 3p -AND--


Farmers Supplies.


ONION AND TOMATO
)X MATERIAL,


Garnet Seed POT
Fish GUIJUO, 4c,,
The Undersigned offe


JaTOES,
4.c., 4-c.
rs the


Cargo of Brig BRabboni,
Now momently expected from Bangor, Me.,
consisting of :
60 M ONION BOXES
0 20 M Tomato BOXES
20 M BRICK 25 M Feel W. P. LUMBER
15 M Cedar SHINGLES
HAY, &c., &c., &c.
And per Brigt. Excelsior" from Shediac,
N.B.,


HANDSOME
CHINA & GLASSWARE
-ALSO-
A Large Assortment of

Hamilton, Nov. 8th, 1881.


John M. McNeil & Co.
Are now prepared to take Orders
for Custom Made Suits
American Style.
We have on hand the largest assortment of
French Cassimeres, Scotch Tweeds,
and Diagonal Suitings
Ever Offered to the Pub-
Sic.


750 Bls. Garnet Seed POTATOES, ALso,
Of the well known "Star Brand." | CLERICAL SU ITINGS
And, by Steam from New York: Gent's Furnishing Goods a Spe-
500 Barrels Fish GUANO cialt
100 Bags Complete MANURES for Potatoes65 and 66 Front ialty.
and Onions. 65 and 66 Front Street, cor. of Court Street,
and on. Hamilton.
AYLO, November 7, 1881.
His usual supply of PROVISIONS. Waterproof Coats.
The above Goods will be sold at lowest
Cash Rates and on accommodating terms to A FULL Supply of MEN'S WATER-
approved Customers. PROOF COATS, Manufactured especially
JOHFV F. BURROWS. to suit this climate-received from England
Hrmilton, 7th November, 1881.-3 3p per Orinoco."
LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
"Colonist" copy. Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1881.-2 3p.
Tr __ T -. "T..4-*


nais, Hats, -ats.
THE Undersigned have received
per recent arrivals from England and
SAmeiica, a large supply of
MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS'
Hard and Soft Black Felt Hats,,
Ot the most Fashionable Styles. |
Gents Black Silk and Grey Felt
HITS.
LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
Hamilton, Nov. 7, 1881. -2 3p.

Box Material and
ST i# P06


THE UNDERSIGNED
Begs to notify his Customers and
the Public generally that he has on hand
A-X'rTT/ inT ID nf'7't


U)INIUI ND UB Jl,
Tomato ENDS, Long LATHS,
NAILS, 5d. 4d. and Tomato,"
All of which are offered at moderate rates,
AND,
EXPECTS TO RECEIVE SHORTLY
A Supply of
FISH VUANO,
The well known Eastern Island" brand.
-ALSO-
In good time for planting,
Choice Garnet Seed Po-
tatoes,
Specially Selected.
THOSE. J. WADSON.
Hamilton, Nov. 7th, 1881.-2 3p.

Shelly Bay Races, 30th
November, 1881.


TIE STEAME R


Captain JOSXPH W. HILL,
WILL TAKE PASSENG1.1RS
For the Races,
Leaving Ilamilton at 10 a. m. and calling at
Somerset, if inducement offers.
Passengers will be landed at >5hel-
ly Bay before the Races begin.
'Tickets can be secured on application to
S. S. INGHAM, Jr,
Hiamilton, Ist Novr., 1881.-2 3p


i-ione


New York Mail Steamer. i Colonialtereta~y's Off
S___ j HAMILTON, 2nd November, 1681.
The Steamer l HONOR THE ACTING GOVERNOR
S.. desires it to be notified that he has re-
ORIN O(I 0, I ceived a Circular Despatch from His Lordship
STHE SECRETARY Ot STAT FOR THE COLOXEs,
Captain FRASER, dated 15th August, 1881, enclosing a Copy of
Will leave hence for New York, at a Circular issued by the French Government
containing regulations with regard to the im-
1 p.m., portation into France of provisions in soldered
November 10th, The French Government warn person of
the danger they incur through the use of pre-
To leave thence for Return on the 17th instant, served provisions put up in tins soldered in-
Parcels, Freight, and Specie on Freight will [side with lead.
be received until 6 p.m. 9th instant. L The Circular may be seen at the Colonia
Passenger Stage will be removed at 30 mi- Secretary's Office by any one interested in the
nutes past noon on 10th November. By His Honor's Command.
TROTT COx, R. E. WEBSTER,
Agents.oonia reta
Hamilton, Bermuda, 8th November, 1881. Colonial &creta".


Gazette and Colonist once.

Marshal's Sale.

TO BE SOLD,
By Public Auction,
Upon the Premises, in Devonshire
Parish, at 12 o'clock,
ON WEDNESDAY,
The 23rd instant,
Under and by virtue of a Writ ol Execution is-
sued from the Court of General Assize at
suit of FRANK EXAs and RoFARIo GOMEZ
vs. JOSEPH DESYLVA, the following effects
of said DeSylva, vizt.:-
1 Box CART, 1 Dray CART,
1 COW, 1 HEIFER,
2 PIGS and 1 PLOUGH.
J. H. TROTT,.
Pro. Afar. OGni.
Hamilton, 7th Novr., 1881.
Important to Importers
of English Goods.
"NOTICE is given that the THROUGH
RATE 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,
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Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Oct. 25, 1881.

Portland Cement.

By the "Sir George Seymour,"
from London,
The Subscribers have received One Hundred
Casks
PORTLAND CEMENT,
4 Bushels each,
TmI, 'ih -411 U-- ..-IA 0-<-- 4-1- V *nrL--* .4- 191 ^


HE Undersigned has now on hand a full c will b e sold f rom the Wharf at 16/ per
Supply of Cask in small lots, or 17/6 from Warehouse.
S1 P ? 1? 0 R J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
SHamilton, 17th October, 1881.-3
TABLE POTATOES,
Guaranteed to compete in Quality and Price N E W G OOD S
to any in the Market; hoping by strict and rm E UNDERSIGNED have re-
prompt attention to receive the Patronage HE UNDERSIGNED have re-
from Naval Canteens and Messes at Special ceived per "Flamboronuh," from Eng-
Prices. I also have a Superior Stock of land via New York,
B U T T ER Large and Complete Assort-
BOX AND DRUM ment of


At very Moderate Prices. ( Suitable for the present Season,
W. MATSON, R.N., These Goods have been very carefully se-
Public Pier Store, Somerset. ; elected by MR. LOCKWAuD, and will be found
November 5, 1881. at reasonable rates.
Special attention is invited to
Horses. H1orses.'our stock of Ladies Black Cloth
TE JACKETS and ULSTERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED, LOCKWARD & INGHAM.
Expects to Receive per Brigt. Excelsior" from Hamilton, Oct. 24, 1881.-twiceo3p.
Shedinc, N. B., due in all this week,



Suitable for general purposes.


We shall offer ihe above at low Figures for
the Cash on ainiva!.
J. d.. D,)IRRELL 4' CO.
Ilaitniiio', Nov. 5th, l8 l.-2 3p.

NOTICE.

Now Landing ex S. S. Orinoco"
from New York, j
Bags Peruvian G FU.I.VO
Kegs NAILS 4d & 5d.
Offered by the Undersigned at low rates, and
on accommodating Terms to approved pur-
chasers.
J. T. DARRELL & CO.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 7, 1881.--1

The Undersigned,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
On Accommodating Terms,
6 Fine

Ex Schooner "Vesper" from Liverpool, N. S.
DdNIEL J. LJJVE.
St. George's, Nov. 8th, 1881.--1i


Notice to Builders
and Contractors.
EALED TENDERS will be received by the
Undersigned for the Erection of the
FORESTERS' H A LT,,
On Ireland Island, until noon of 1
DECEMBER 1st,
1881.
Site, Plan and Specification can be seen on
application to the President or Secretary of
the Building Committee.
The Building Committee do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
By Order,
J. W. PARKER,
Secretary,
8 Victoria Row, Ireland Island.
5th November, 1881.
S"Colonist" please copy twice aud send bill.


Reciver Generals Ofice,
NOVzMBER 4th, 1881.
A SUPPLY of Threepenny Pieces, Pence
and Half Pence, has been received
at this Office from the Royal Mint, London,
and will be issued in parcels of 20/ and 5/
each, in exchange for Gold or large Silver
Coins.
S .JAMES TUCKER,
2 3p Receiver General.
Notice.

The Communication with
I Turks' Islands
By Royal Mail Steamers "Alpha"
and "Beta"
Is Discontinued from this date.
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
Aent.
St. George's, Bermuda, Nov. 7, 1881.-2
olonist" copy.

Box Material I
Lumber !


FERTILISERS!
T1I11 UNDERSIGNED has received by the
l :ehooner C. H. FOSTER" from New
York,
9,0000 feet dry and cured White
Pine LUMBER, 1, lp, 14 and
2 inches in thickness
IsT AND 2ND-QUALITY,
35 Tons Fish and Peru-


vian Guano,
AND
His usual Supply of
american PROVISIO.NS.
lie also offers the following
Cargoes now Expected,
PER BRIG DAUNTLESS,"
FROM. B4.f.0on,
40,000 Onion BOXES,
Tomato Box Ends and Laths,
Kegs 4dy and 5dy NAILS.
PER BRIGT. "EXCELSIOR,"
From Shediac,
750 Barrels "Garnet" SEED
POTATOES,
Taits Red Star brand,
1000 Bushels heavy Black OATS.

PER SCHOONER W. G. MOSELEY,"
From Jacksonville, Florida,
140,000 feet Pitch Pine
Flooring and Scantling.
The above will be sold at lowest Market
rates for the Cash, and on accommodating
terms to approved Customers.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 1st Novr.,t1881.-2 3p



Latest Styles-very low,
(That left over from last year at greatly re-
duced prices.)
AZSO,
JACKETS, HATS, ULSTERS
GLOVES, Woollen WRAPS,
Fancy GOODS, &e., &c., &c.
N. T. BUTTERFIELD &SON.
Hamilton, Oat. 31, 1881.-2 3p.

UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE PO OF.
FICE, HAMILTON, 6th November, 1881.
Knud Anderson, Mrs D Brown, William Boau,
Augusta Bette, E Butterworth, Jose F Caralle, W
F Davis, Barque Fidelma," Wm B Herbert, Eli.
zabeth Kemp, Barque "Jose Maria." MI Jose
Mimiz, Barque "Maggie," Anna L Pereira, Riohd
Paynter, B P Richardson, Emilia A DeSiiva,
Charles S Scott, Frances Simons, George Simons,
Peter Smith, Benjamin Saunders, Peter Smith,
William Swaine, Rosina Trott, W J Ware.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE ST. GEORGE.-Nov. 7th, 18P1,
Henry C Dowson, Jamea Hayward (St. Dlae
Jame Men, MK 0 Phoebe Rawling, John RU


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2s ricke, Match played at Prospect, Bermuda, on
21st October, 1881, between Royal Engineers aid.
Royal Irish Rifles:-
SIST nnstGS" OFr OYAL ENGINEERS.
Lieut. Thompson, R.E., b. Corpl. Emery, R.I.R. 9 .
C: orpl. Martin, R.E., e. Lt. Buckle, R.I.R.,"b.
Lt. Gaussen............................ 1
S. Sapper Dowker, R.E., e Corpl. Emery, R.I.R.,
hb. Lieut. Stewart, .R.I.R.................... 3
SSapperJeffkins, R.E., v. Lt. Spencer, R.I.R., b.
Smery....... ....................,......... 17
Lt. Johustone, R.E., lbw., b. Emery .....,... 19
t .Sergt Garner, R.E,, run out..... ....... 6
Lieut. Penrose, R.E. ................ 4
Corpl. Bates, R.E., b. Sergt. Dwyer, R.I.R.,.. 13
Sapper' Moran, R.E., b. Dwyer.............. 2
Sapper Sloan, R.E., b. Dwyer..,.......... 0
Sapper Chambers; R. E;, not out.......... 1


S Total ..........


FIRST r"INeS or nOYvL IRISH RIFLES.
SLt.Welman, R.I.R., *' Sloa i b. Johnstone.....
Lt. Stewart, R.I.R., b.-Jeffkins..............
Corpl. Rice, Staff, e. Johnstone, b. Jeffkins....
Capt. Stuart, R.I.R., e. Bates, b. Martin......
Corpl. Emery, R.I.R., e. Johnstone, b. Jefkins
Sergt. Dwyer, R:I.R., run out...............
LI. Buckle, R.I:R., run out:................
Pte. Stewart, R.I.R., b. Jeffkins..............
Pte. Morean, R.I.R., b. Martin...............
Lt. Spencer, R.IR.; c. Bates, b. Jeffkius.....
Lt. Gaussen, R.I.R, not oiut.................

Extras ,,..,


2
17
6
12
1
12
5
0
3
2
5
65
2


Total.......... 6;
Play commenced at 11" 15 a.m., and was kept up
till 5 p.m., (excepting one-hours interval for Lun.
cheon) when the- wickets were drawn, and the
Match was won by. the. Royal Engineers by 14
runs; the Bowling was remarkably well on.both
sides.,
Cricket Match played at St. Georges on 27th
October,-1881, between Prospect and: St. George's
Garrison:-
SIRST INNINGS OF PROSPECT GARRISON.
Corpl. Rice, Staff, b.' Lt. Butler, R.I.R.,...... 16
Lt. Welman, R.I.R., c. Butler, b. Lt.Gaussen.. 3
Lt. Johnstone, R.E.,-'. D. A. C. G. Warren,
b. Gaussen............................... 3
Capt. St"ait,,R:I.R., e. Corp. Moran, R.I.R.,
b. Butler............. ................ 14
Sapper Dowker, R.E., b. Butler1..............
, Sergt'Dwyer, R.I.R., b. Gaussen ............
. ~wart, R.I.R., b. Butler............... 0
Lt. Glubb, R.E., e. Sergt. Mongomery, R.I.R.,
Sb. b G .ussen............................... 2
Lt. Spencer, R.I.R., run out.................. 0
Lt. Middlemas,'b. Gaaussen................... 0
Capt. Graham, R.I.R.', not out............... C

54
Extras.......... 22
S Total.......... 76

R- m t n s OP ST. GEORGE'S GARRISON.
D. A. C. G. Warren, c. Lt. Middlemas, R.E., b.
Sapper Dotrker,.R.E.,.................... 21
Sergt iarner, R.E.,.e. Dwyer, b. Stewart .... 6
-* e 'pl. Norcan, R.I.R., c. Glubb, b. Stewart.. 0
Lt. Butler, R.I.R., c. Dowker, b. Dwyer ..... 2
Private Stewart, c. Stewart, b. Dowker ........ 3
Lt. Oaussen, R.I.R., c. Rice, b. Dowker...... 0
Capt. Georges, R.E., e. Glubb, b. Dowker.... 0
Private Branstone, not out................... 0
Color.-Sergt. McClearhan, R.I.R., stumped out
-b. pen er.... .... ......... ..... ...... 3
Sergt. Montgomery, R.I.R., b. Dowker....... 5
Sergt. Hall, R.A., b. Dowker................ 4


A.


44
IEXtras ..........* 8


Total........... 52
-Owing to frequent showers of rain during the
day the Match was retarded, but play was kept tip
until 5 p.m., when the wickets were drawn, and the
match resulted in fayour of the Prospect Garrison
by 24 runs

The Estate of the late
J. N. H. White, Esq.

ALL Persons having any D EM AND 8-against
t" the said Estate, afe requested to send
them in td the Subscribers on or before satur-
dav, the 21ith November (Proximo), and those
INI)DEBITED, will please make payment by
shafo date.
EUGENIUS JONES, Executor4.
J. H. -TRIMINGHAM, e
October 24, 1881.

To be continued till 22nd Nov.

,--_07A SOOTZIA ISTBA

Marble & Granite

WORKS,
'. ALrAX, SNova Scotia.
GEORGE A. SANFORD,

'ONtUMf:N'PS, TOMBSTONES; &c., in
every style.' -
Borwuda Qrdprs solicited. .Satisfaction gu;-
ranteed.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front St.,
Agent for Bermuda.
- -h a m ,ito n ,,, i t. I 4, 18 8 l.-- 6.m oal. ,: '




The UNDERTAKING Business
Is now carried on in the new building next
t ftlfi Hamilton Steam Saw Mills.
by JQHN 0. DAVIS,
Manager.
N.B.-Orders promptly attended to at
. the Lowest Prices.
Hamilton, August 30th, 1881.
i LL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils.
'" Bath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
couring; Uleaningand Polishing Soap, PRIDE
OF THE KITCtEN. Ask for Pride of the
Kitchen" Soap.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
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JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. George,


JO. IH. O G 0.0,

Boot & Shoe Maker
*FRONT STREET,
Is now receiving via New York from London,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
French 4. English Calf Skins.
PATENT CALF & LEATHiER FOR TOPS
OF JOCKEY BOOTS.
All orders in his line will meet with promp.
attention. Prices as usual and a discount of 5
per cent for cash.
Hamilton, October 25th, 1881.-4


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causes Wind and Souring of the food In the
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Bt acts upon the ]Liver.
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It opens pores of the pores of skin and Induces
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n A 11101 I Iti t Ie 11ARMY AND NAVY I DL'ViI.,
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPA NY HALIFAX,
of London, Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest For Sale fy Competition.
Offices in Great Britain. A HAR
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in there A. J. RICHARDSON,
islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured Sole Agent.
1f the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item. St. George's, Bermuda.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9
PItOPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHA l GE for Policies. R obt G Lee & Co
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, A Two Story Building suitable for both DrS(
Goods, Grocery and Liquor Stores.
Apply to
J. H. BIRCLAY,
Somerset Bridge.
October 21, 1881.-3


Notice to Trespassers.

TIlE undersigned hereby strictly forbids all
persons TRESPASSING on the Lands 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.


% ant itout
Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Brewery of
M~Iessrs. OLANDSON &CO.,
A rMV AT *T r WX T U VTRT P DBD WIWTI.RD f


Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.


SPAIN,
EGYPT,
CANADA,
GREECE,

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


PROPOSED SAILINGS
(Subject to Change.)


LIVV RPOOL IfJNP.
From Liverpool. To Liverpool.


Spain, Wed.
Italy,
Helvetia, "
England, "
Egypt, "
Erin, "
Spain, "
Italy, "
.i-elvetia "
.England, "


Sept.
Oct.


Nov.

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22, 3. pam.
29, 9.30 a.m.
Nov. 5, 3. p.m.
12, 9-30 a.m.
19, 3. p.m.
26, 8-30 a.m.
Dec. 3, 3. p.m.
". 10, 8. a.m.
17, 1-'30 p.m.


LONDON LINE.


From London.

*Holland, Wed. Sept.


*France, "
Canada, Oct.
P'he Queen, "
*Denmark, "
Greece, "
*Holland, Nov.
*France, "
Canada, "
The Queen "
*Denmark, "
*The Steamers


21 Wr(
28 "
5 "'
12 "
19 "
26 "'
2 "
9 "
16 '
23 "
30 "
France


To London

d. Oct. 12, 8-30 a.m.
19,2. p.m.
26, 7. a.m.
Nov. 2, 2. p.m.
9, 7. a.m.
16,12.30p.m.
23,6. a.m.
30,12-30p.m.
Dec. 7, 6. a.m.
14, 11. a.m.
21, 3. p.m.
IHoiland and Den-


mark will not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $50 to $70.
Prepaid Tickets $60 to $75.
Excurion Tickets $120.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Prepaid Tickets $60 and $70
Excursion Tickets $110.
Steerage pas. age $26*.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway,
New York.
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Manager.


New York, Sept. 22, 1881.

AMERICAN WATCHES,


T HE above WATCHES for b th
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade Move-
ment not in Stock' will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold d'edal at the late Paris Exhibition.
i. CHILD.
Front Street, tHamilton,
Decr.,6 6 187-. u.'0.
ASK your Grocer for A. E. WHY LAND'S
SOAP,


AJnd INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
LONDON, E.C.
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRHODUCE and the filling of Ber..
mudian orders.
April 30, 1881.




GUION LINE.
United States Mail Steamers,


CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
Ty 've1^' Ty


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WYOMING
ARIZONA
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esday Oct. 18,
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" 15,
" 2'2,
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1.30 p.m.
6.30 a.m.
1.00 p.m
6.30 a. m
Noon
5 20 a.m.
11.30 a.m.


The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, antd
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations. are ,ii -
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms ar? on ma n deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer. I
The U. SMail Steanmer Flamborough" from
Ber nada, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mpndays, and Passengers' baggage can
he transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
saiiiz next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
,Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Oct. 6, 1881.


A CARD.
11 HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MERCfHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with he House of
H. F 13. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food I
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, November 8, 1881.


To the Editor of Royal Gazette.
DEAn Sm,-You are probably aware that the ad-
vertisement which has appeared in your paper an-
nouncing a performance to be given by the Ex-
celsior Amateur Dramatic Club," in aid of the
School for White Children in Pembroke Parish, has
attracted the attention of a person who is pleased to
call himself Truthful." In a letter to the Colo-
nist" he has shewn, his ignorance of our school
system by stating that a School-professedly public,
and supplied with money out of the Public Trea-
susy-is unfairly receiving assistance, inasmuch as
it is, and can be attended by White children only.
As one who is in no way connected with the Ex-
celsior Dramatic Club, but who has watched the
successful working of the Schools' Act with great
interest, I beg you will find me space for a few re-
marks on the letter above named.
The use of the term Public as applied to our
Schools is not only incorrect but unfortunate; in
the first place it misleads, and in the next it affords
opportunity to persons, who profess a deal, but
have in reality, no love for the cause of Education,
to harp upon certain supposed grievances, which
are said to exist in every community of white and
colored races. I will say no more on this part of
the letter. The Editor of the Colonist," who has
a thorough knowledge of the Schools' Act and its
working, has in a postscript shewnn his correspond-
ent how totally he is in error.
The remarks of Truthful" respecting the Thea-
tre display as much bad taste as those respecting
the School System showed ignorance. I know not
who are the promoters of the Excelsior Club, but I
do know sufficient of the Members forming that
Club to state most emphatically that they are em-
ployed in no questionable amusement whatever, but,
on the contrary, that they deserve very great praise
for seeking to amuse themselves and others in the
way they have chosen. Moreover they propose to
offer the proceeds of their performance to the Ma-
naging Committee of the School, to which reference
has been made. Such conduct must be pronounced
praiseworthy by any unprejudiced observer.
Let me, in conclusion, remind "Truthful," that
as long as the world goes round there are some who
will go to the Theatre, and some who will go
the meetings of the Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation. Do not let the promoters or members of
to Young Men's Christian Association however,
condemn the good deeds of their fellows on no
other grounds than that they think themselves not
as other men are.
FACT.

For the Royal Gazette.
THE EASTERN POSITION.
MR. EDITOR,-Your correspondent Progress
with Peace" calls for a few words of reply. He feels
disturbed by Devonshire Church having been led
into the controversy, and being called low," and
says, "that which is Scriptural ought not to be
called low." I might respond should that which
is Scriptural be called high, in derision ?" but I
will not, lest he call me ritualist. If Devonshire is
neither high nor low, I presume he will be pleased
with "Broad." Generally those holding to that
Standard are solicitous of the appellation in contra-
distinction to high Church. The idea was simply
to illustrate a model Church for comparison. He
says "it must be accepted that a world cursed by
a [the ?] Devil cannot possess even a Church with-
out some evil-temptation-which in this case is
introducing non-essentials." It has not been con-
tended that it was essential, in the sense that he
means it, to make the alterations in St. John's-
that's where the misapprehension is, tho' the rea-
sons have all been assigned in every particular, and
no reasonable man can say with truth that any one
of them can be fairly construed into a temptation in
that Church any more than in others. I need not
repeat them. Has not every Church in the Colony
adopted the Eastern position" from the first set-
tlement of the Country, and subsequently, "changes
in the historical arrangement of pews," not even
excepting Devonshire ? If wrong why has it been
universal, and why don't all abandon it, and adopt
some other position, and why should St. John's be
made the scapegoat ? But does any one suppose that
such a change would divert minds cast in the groove
of an Altar, a Priesthood, or a material sacri-
fice ?" Surely it is a much more forcible admission
of the respect paid to the Eastern position, that the
congregation turn right round from West to East
when the Gospel and the Creed are read, than when
they do not, for it looks just like they wished to hear
them, the fears" of two or three members to the
contrary notwithstanding I verily believe that the
constant agitation of these matters in our little
community is productive of more harm than good,
by introducing, and circulating foreign, novel ideas
that would otherwise be long (if ever) in reaching
many contented minds, and then find themselves in
very uncongenial soil.
As to flowers," which by the way form no part
of St. John's alterations, I never heard that "the
Devil" had any particular passion for them, or
used them as a temptation, and I am rather in-
clined to believe that minds having a taste and
fondness for flowers, carry with them a refinement,
and purity of soul, that rise above those who ig-
nore them, and that he would be apt to give them
a wide berth, and pursue the easier prey.
It does seem to me strange that when two or
three "little ones" can't have their way in every
thing in Church government, and arrangements,
they should take offense, and cause dissention in
the household-it was not so in the "National,
Church" in the days of


November 3rd.


ANTIQUITY


THE IRISH CRISIS-CONSERVATIVE SUP-
PORT OP THE GOVERNMENT MEASURES.
LONDON, Octr. 26.-Sir William Harcourt, speak-
ing at Glasgow yesterday after receiving the
freedom of the c*K, said that both the late and the
present governments were reluctant to proceed at
an early day against the Land League, because it
was not desirable to suppress what pretended to
be a constitutional agitation, especially if connect.
ed with a real grievance; but when" such an agita-
^ tion avowed illegal ends no government would
fail to be supported in any and all measures it
might take for the safety of society. The task, he
said, was difficult and painful, but the Government
having set its hands to the plow, they might rely
upon its not turning back.
The speech was received with prolonged cheering.
Mr. Plunket, Conservative member of Parlia-
ment, and formerly Solicitor-General for Ireland,
addressing a meeting at Chelsea, approved the
recent action of the Government in Ireland, and
declaredithat the partisans of sedition must be shown
that they would find all royal men of every party
against them, and that vigorous action in the pres-
ent crisis should not be abated until every sign of
resistance to the law be overpowered.
These declarations, and that of Mr. Chamberlain
' at Liverpool, made almost simultaneously, attract
much attention, as they demonstrate the practical
agreement of various sections of politicians on the
present treatment of the Irish question by the
Government.

The London Morning Post says the English Gov-
ernment have resolved to enter upon more direct re.
lations with the Vatican.
The Pall Mall Gazette announces that Lord Lyons
the British Ambassador at Paris, has been created a
Viscount.
The French Chamber of Deputies yesterday va-
lidated a number of elections, including that of M.
Gambetta for Belleville.


RUMORED RESIGNATION OF MR. GLAD
STONE.
LONDON, Nov. 1.-The Standard says: "We
have the best reason for the belief that Mr. Glad
stone contemplates resigning the Chancellorship o
the Exchequer shortly, and there are also ground
for the belief that he meditates retiring altogether
from official life."
1 Relative to the rumored Ministerial changes, Mr
Gladstone, replying to a correspondent, telegraph
as follows: There is nothing of any kind to be
4 added to my public declaration on the subject.'
This refers to Mr. Gladstone's speech at Leeds on
the 7th ult., when he said that it was not for him
whose life was drawing to its inevitable close, t<
t anticipate the long future they desired for him, bu
he would leave the affairs of the country in thE
hands of men in whom it had confidence.
The Standard says that in the event of Mr. Glad
stone resigning the Chancellorship of the Exche-
quer the Right Hon. Hugh C. Childers, the present
Secretary of State for War, will succeed him, and
Lord Northbrook, First Lord of the Admiralty, wil
take the War Office, and Sir Charles Dilke, Unde
Foreign Secretary, will probably take the Admiral
ty Office. Rumors similar to those printed in thE
Standard relative to Mr. Gladstone's retirement
&c., are reproduced in some of the provincial pa
pers, but influential Liberal organs, such as the
Manchester Guardian and the Leeds Mercury, ig
nore them.

ENFORCING THE LAND ACT.
THE WORK OF THE COMMISSION AND THE AGITATORS.
Applications from 2,000 Farmers in Limerick for re
duced Rents-The Court's first Decision-An insult
* ing Telegram to Mr. Gladstone.
LIMERICK, Nov. 2.-Two thousand tenant far
mers in the County of Limerick have resolved ti
apply to the Land Commission to fix judicial rei
or set aside unjust leases.
LONDON, Nov. 2.--A telegram is published her
announcing that Mr. Sexton has been given ti
understand that he is to go to France as a conditi',.
of his release from prison. He is at present unable
to travel.
The Secretary of the Liverpool branch of th,
Land League has telegraghed to Mr. Gladstone a
follows; "The elections of yesterday show hov
your 'resources of civilization' are appreciated by
150,000 Irish citizens here."
In connection with the recent prevention of
Land League meeting in the East End of London
the Scotland Yard authorities state that they hav
not ordered interference with such meetings. Po
lice subordinates appear to have acted in the mat
ter on their own responsibility.
The redtotion of rent by the first decision unde:
the Land act, at Monaghan, yesterday, is consider
able, the amended rent of the holding being only
6 guineas. An application was made to the Dublin
Land Court yesterday to fix the rent of a holding
in Cork, where the valuation is 27 and the lresen
rent 113. Lord Justice O'Hagan said the figures
were very startling.
The disturbances continue at Belmullet, County
Mayo. Thus far four of the persons wounded in
the affray on Thursday last are dead, and six more
deaths are expected. Two hundred military and
200 Police are on the spot. The roads leading to
Aglow are blockaded with stones, and the bridge
has been broken for the purpose of impeding the
movements of the military.
Mr. Gilhooly, Secretary of the Bantry (County
Cork) branch of the Land League, was arrested
last evening under the Coercion act.
Lord O'Hagan will retire from the Lord Chan-
cellorship of Ireland on Monday.
Mr. Sexton has assumed the chief direction of
the United Ireland, and will contribute leaders to
its editorial columns.
The most Rev. George Butler, Rishop of the
Diocese of Limerick, who is strongly opposed to
the no rent manifesto, has signified to Father
Sheehy the desirability of prolonging his absence
from the diocese of Limerick during the present
agitation.
LoNnoN, Nov. 3.-It is stated that the Land
League leaders have changed front andhave directed
the tenant farmers to send in claims under the
Land act, with a view to swamping the commission.
A pastoral issued by Archbishop McCabe on
the 29th October, says: If the notice to pay no
rents be not the teaching of Communism, then
Communism is yet to be defined. Let no one sup-
pose, Very Reverend Fathers, that we have a word
to say iu defence of the oppressors of the poor.
We feel as keenly as the most outspoken of our
bretheren inspired by the ministration of cruel in-
juries worked by bad laws on the d6fenceless ten-
nants of Ireland, but we must not allow our abhor-
rence of injustice to betray us into a reduction of
the claims of justipe. The issue is now plainly
put to our people whether they will follow men
who have marked out a road that must lead to
anger with God and disgrace before the Christian
world, or the Bishops of Ireland, who, through the
glorious and unbroken succession of 14 centuries,
are heirs of those who encountered poverty and
exile and dared death in its most terrible form for
the people with whom their lives are irrevocably
bound up."
LONDON. INov. 1.-A troop-ship will leave Ports-
mouth to-day with 520 men to reinforce various
regiments in Ireland.
Orders have been received at Athlone to have a
flying column in readiness to proceed immediately
to any part of Westmeath or Roscommon.
The Dublin Freeman's Journal says, Mr. Parnell
was suddenly seized with violent spasms on Sun.
day and had great suffering for several hours.
The latest accounts of the shooting affrays at
Belmullet, County Mayo, last week, when the
police, being attacked, fired upon the people, show
that two persons are dead and twenty wounded.
A renewal of the disturbances is feared, and rein-
forcements have been sent.
The Freeman's Journal predicts that the Land
Court will fail because of the overwhelming mass of
business.
Mr. A. M. Sullivan has consented to withhold
his resignation as member of Parliament for
Meath for some time, because an election at present
would inconvenience the Parnellites.
The Town Council of Waterford has conferred


the freedom of the city upon Mr. Dillon.
DUBLTN, Nov. I-A butcher named Duff has been
sentenced to death for the murder of a policeman
in a street brawl on September 15, during the com-
mencement of the ill feeling between the police
and the populace.
PARIS, Nov. 1-Mr. Egan states that substantial
support continues to be received from America and
Australia. The Land League, he says, does not
intend to establish a permanent centre in any part
of France.
LONDON, Nov. 2.-Mr. Parnell has been unani-
mously elected chairman of the Cork Chamber of
Commerce.
DUBLIN, Nov. 1.-A military force has been
sent to Belmullet from Ballina to quell disturban-
ces. Police have been drafted from all quarters
The Workhouse has been converted into barracks.
The Archbishop of Tuam, in a sermon on all
Saint's Day (to-day), condemned the teaching of
the doctrine of no rent" in unsparing language.
The first decision under the Land act was given
at Monaghan to-day. The Commissioner, after
viewing the holding in the case, reduced the rent
by 50 shillings for the next fifteen years.
Mr. Sexton has been released from prison on ac-
o -unt of ill health.


- LONDON, Nov. 2. A Cabinet council has been
summoned to meet early next week.
e The only novel feature of the Lord Mayor's pro-
. cession, on the 9th inst., w"I be the banner of the
f United States escorted by a guard of honor. When
s the Lord Mayor's procession reaches Westminster
r the American flag will be borne to the Palace-yard,
and massed bands will play the American national
anthem. Mr. W. J. Hoppin, Secretary of the A-
s merican Legation, has written to the City Remem-
e braneer saying he is sure this graceful recognition of
q the ties binding the two nations will be received
n with the greatest pleasure in America.
Truth says that the late Baron James Rothschild
' incurred losses on the Bourse in October amount-
t ing to 80,000,000f., and that his anxiety caused the
e bursting of an aneurism.
The Pesther Lloyd says: The Emperor and
- Empress of Austria, the Crown Prince and Princess,
- Prince Leopold of Bavaria, and Princess Gisela
t Will, in the month of May next, return the visit of
d the King and Queen of Italy."
1 HUNTING DOWN THE NIHILISTS.
r LONDON, Nov. 2.-A St. Petersburg correspon-
e dent says : I have trustworthy information that
e the Police have just made an important capture.
- Suspicions having been directed to the inmates of a
" house in a respectable quarter of the city, the Po-
lice surrounded the place at night, burst open the
doors, and seized a man and a woman who were
preparing dangerous explosives. Socialist pam-
phlets were found in the rooms. The man is,a stu-
dent in the School of Mines."
Another St. Petersburg correspondent says:
- "Last week numerous Nihilist proclamations were
- distributed about the city, and several copies were
thrown into the barracks of the Imperial Guard. It
- is stated that the Czar has lately received many
o threatening missives "
n LONDON, Nov. 3.-A dispatch from Berlin says:
"Five employes in the Czar's palace at Gatchina
have been arrested, and one of them has revealed a
e plot to repeat at Gatchina the Winter Palace ex-
o plosion, when an attempt was made to kill the late
n Czar. Many Naval officers have recently received
e copies of a revolutionary proclamation, summoning
them to join the cause of liberty and justice."
s MANCHESTER, Nov. 2.---A Paris correspondent
telegraphs as follows: "The British Commissioners
who came here to negotiate for a Franco-British
y commercial treaty, will return home on Saturday.
a There will be no treaty. The French offers have
, been officially noted but they fall far short of the
e point at which a compromise might be entertained.
e The principal differences are relative to cotton."
- The correspondent says he is confident that the
" Gambetta Ministry will prove more reasonable than
the present one.
r CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 2. -A considerable quan-
tity of dynamite was discovered during the search of
n the.German steamer which was recently detained in
u the Dardanelles while on her way from Hamburg
t to Odessa and Taganrog.
t
DEMERARA.-Dates to 5th ultimo.-The Harbour
Master reports that of 22 ships in port, on 7 of
which the crews were all well; the others some 1
or 2 in hospital. One of the vessels, the Cymbeline,
had 9 of her crew in hospital, in most cases suffer-
ing from yellow fever. There were some fatal cases
among the civilian population. The Gazette of the
5th says :-" Dr. H. J. Wyatt, a native of Dublin,
who arrived in the Mail Steamer Tiler on the 24th
ult, to enter on a Medical Government appointment
here, took passage back by the same s'eamer two
days later. His reason for doing so is alleged to
be that he was sent as an assistant to the hospital,
and that he objected on account of the prevailing
* yellow fever."
Every possible precaution has been taken by the
Board of Health to render Georgetown as free from
contageous matter as possible.
Although the visitation of yellow fever, which has
now lasted some five months, has not so far assumed
epidemic form, many victims continue to succumb
to its influence. It seems to be becoming less viru-
lent in its character and more amenable to medical
skill
Rev. W. E. Pierce and Family Drownd.-On Sa-
turday last, says the Gazette, news was brought to
town of a terrible calamity at the Maraheah Falls,
Essequebo River, by which the Rev. W. E. Pierce,
Missionary to the Indians at Bartica Grove, along
with his wife, three of their family, and a servant all
lost their lives. It appears that Mr Pierce and his
family had been on a visit to the Potaro Mission,
which is situated at Curiebrong, on a tributary of
the Upper Essequebo, on the 23rd August. He left
the Mission on the 27th September, accompanied by
his wife, two sons and two daughters, a servant
girl and a crew of seven Indians. While coming
through the Maraheah Falls, about 4 o'clock on the
afternoon of the 29th September, the boat upset, and
all except one of Mr. Pierce's sons and the crew
were drowned.
At a meeting of Messrs. Trotter & Halliday, Auc-
tioneers and Commission Agents at Georgeto ,n on
29th Sept., it was ascertained that their liabilities
amounted to $120,000

THE KEELY MOTOR.
FIRING A GUN AND RUNNING AN ENGINE WITH A GILL
OF WATER.
[From the Philadelphia Record.]
About twenty gentlemen prominent in trade,
manufacture and finance witnessed some experi-
ments in this city last evening at the workshop of
John Keely, the inventor of the famous Keely mo-
tor. In every respect the experiments were sur-
prisingly successful. The generator was first
shown to be entirely empty by opening its cocks
and cut-offs. A gill of water drawn from a cooler
was then poored into the machine, after which a
couple of movements of a small lever and the turn-
ing of a cut-off developed about 18,000 pounds of
energy, as indicated by a heavily weighted lever.
Mr. Keely claims to have. shown a power of
51,000 pounds in the same way on this machine,
and to be able to do it at any time. The elastic
nature of this "etheric vapor" generated was next
demonstrated by experiments in gunnery. A peculi-
arly constructed cannon, of 1 inch bore, was con-
nected with the generator by a copper tube of small
bore, and at each expulsion of vapor (induced by
the turn of a cut-off) a bullet would be driven with


terrific force and with a loud report into a target.
Four inches of timber were pierced with the great-
est ease, although Mr. Keely claimed that only a
low degree of force was used. He can discharge
the gun about eight times in a minute There is
neither recoil, heat nor smoke. The vibratory
engine was next put in motion by means of vapor
conveyed 20 feet or more through tiny pipes.
A large wheel was made to revolve steadily and
with so much force that the strength of a man ex-
erted by means of a four feet lever was unable to
stop it. One gill of water is said to be sufficient
to run the engine for six hours. In demonstrating
the power of vibration to produce motion, Mr.
Keely caused a copper globe, ten inches in diameter,
suspended by center points in. a metal ring and
supported by short legs, to revolve with great ra-
pidity, although it was completely insulated by
heavy sheets of plate glass, and the, vibrations
were conducted to the glass through a solid steel
rod three feet long. Mr. Keely says the only thing
that now stands between him and the complete
success of his labors is the perfection of some minor
features of his engine. Those present last night
were unanimous in expressions of wonder at what
they saw, and no one present pretended to explain
the phenomena presented. There seemed to be
no opportunity for trickery of any kind, and every
facility was afforded for the most through examina-
tion of the machinery.




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