Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
ALL ISSUES CITATION ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076588/00215
 Material Information
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
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00215
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

Full Text



,~


'-4 ~2
I'. ~ ~' I


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No/J48.-Vol. LVII. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES 24s. per Ann.


sumilton, Bermeda, Tuesday, .7otember 22. ISSI.


To the Editor of the JBermuda Royal Gazette,. t'E
DEAn SIR,-Pray can you tell me what are the J
functions of the "City Fathers" of this pretty.
little Town, the capital of those "isles of beauty"
immortalized in song by Ireland's bard ?
Are they responsible for carrying out the sani-
tary laws which I presume are written in the Mu-
nicipal code of Hamilton, if so, why are not those
laws more rigidly enforced ? and why are the in-
habitants and visitors so frequently regaled with
most offensive smells ? Perhaps the nasal organs
of the "Powers that be" through long years of
experience, in inhaling the perfume of the ever-
lasting onion, have become impervious to other
scents and other odours, and to pass a sink of filth
and stench, which to others might deal disease and
death would only have for them the delight which -ti l. ders
is experienced in change. i O leu 10 IVLcLers
I am led to ask the above questions for the fol-
lowing reasons: and Contractors.
On Saturday last when out enjoying the fresh
-morning air, and rejoicing in your beautiful cli- SEALED TENDERS will be received by the
mate, on turning the corner near Nelmes' Tower, Undersigned for the Erection of the
my song of gladness was suddenly turned into a FORER HALL
shibboleth of -- well certainly not praise, ORESTERS IALL,
through coming in contact with a wave laden with On Ireland Island, until noon of
the odours of- the most vile and filthy stench to
which the human organs were ever exposed. Judge D E C E M B E 1st
my surprise when at the foot of the hill, I saw D C llJJ .l i2 tt
men employed in emptying a pit full of filth and 1881.
rotten matter, throwing the contents on the road,
to wait until carted away, permeating the air all Site, Plan and Specification can be seen on
round with such offensive stench, sufficient to ere- application to the President or Secretary of
ate fever and disease of a most dangerous kind, the Building Committee.
and this was done at an hour when the streets are The Building Committea do not bind them-
'full of busy people, men of business employed in selves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
the neighboring stores, ladies on housekeeping
travel bent, visitors enjoying their morning ram- By Order,
ble,' busy workmen employed on the wharves, chil- A TT7
dren like butterflies basking in the sun,-what J. W. PARKER,
must the visitors have thought of the efficiency of Secretary,
.the City Fathers for their du ies. Nearly opposite 8 Victoria Row, Ireland Island.
is Miles' meat store; I should think he would re- 5th November, 1881.
joice in living under such a fatherly Corporation,
and bless the work going on just at the time when E
his store was hung with meat, enveloped in such E BERMUDA Pi KI ET
a vapour truly improving its flavour, and when
-ladies were calling to give their household orders. Almanack, G ~ 1' and Directory,
.Verily a goodly time was chosen for such a work, 1882,
-and reflecting credit (?) on those charged with the now i course of revision and preparation.
execution of your sanitary laws if such there are S now ia course of revision and preparation.
worthy of the name. Parties who have changed their places of
Surely Sir, such a state of things could be a- business or whose names and occupations cmay-
voided! If there is a necessity (which is very hIve been incorrectly stated, or whose name do
questionable) of keeping a reservoir for refuse in not appear in the l)IRtECTOR Y, will oblige by
the very centre of your Town, it should be more addressing the "Ioyal Gazette" Office.
*frequently cleansed, and at a time when those This Publication having a wide circulation in
beautiful moonlit nights prevail of which Bermuda Bermuda and abroad and purchased by all Tl'ou)-
boasts, between 11 and 12 when the streets are is afords Advertisers uneq le, f'tilitis.
empty, using at the same time disinfecting fluid, st afford ertsers uneqalle fifties.
lime, and other deodorising matter to'precnt foul Application for advertising space should be made
apcirs floath~g'throiegh the air. as early as possible
I am bold to assert, that had any delicate irame, DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
,with little powers of resistance, been in the neigh-
-bourhood of that pit last Saturday, the chances are Proprietor and Publisher
very much in favour, that seeds of disease would familton, 22nd October, 1881.
.have been sown, which would have resulted in
sickness and probably in death. Potatoes Potatoes t t
There are several things which I have noticed o s
during my brief sojourn here, and amongst them
is the very uneven state of the road along Front Su erior Table
Street, from one end to the other, a back woods
road in America is not more uneven, and whenever P O T A T O E
I drive that way the jolting is something to be re- P A
membered. I often pity the ladies and invalids
who drive that road, jolt, jolt, jolt, every few --
yards, sufficient to cause serious consequences to The undersigned has always on
ladies in a delicate state of health, hand a full supply of TABLE POTA ''TO IS.
Cannot this be remedied? I would suggest that, inqality superior to any iaarke and at
at the side of the road next the pavement there s to dey superior to any in market, an at
should be a channel made lined with bricks, with cs to dfyopet to Army and Navy
drains under the street leading to the harbour, at S PEC lA I ES to Army and Navy
intervals, to allow the water to run away, instead 'CANIEENS and MES-SSES.
of, as at present, leaving it to find its way as best W. T. J A M ES,
it can, thus washing it into the great holes now '
complained of. 42 Front Street.
I. may further say, that on- making enquiries I Hamilton, October .3, 1881.
was informed that under the peculiar sanitary sci-
ence of Bermuda (unlike any I have known in my
travels) there are many pits about Hamilton for
receiving refuse water, and also pig styes which
are never properly looked after and which are per- CE S
feet nuisances, and only traps for engenderino U -N 1. l tA CE .I
disease, and many roads and by ways equally as
bad as Front Street.oads an by ways equally as THE Undersigned, Steward of the Royal
It was only a short time ago, when wanting to Bermuda Yacht Club, will provide Lun-
pass from the street (at one end of which rests the cheon at the Hunt Races on the 30th Novem-
America nHouse) into Reid Street, I went down a ber, as usual.
narrow lane: judge my disgust and annoyance, The Tent will have the Club Flag fly-
when reaching the foot of the lane, I was unable ing.
to pass owing to a pool of water about 7 or 8 yards
long and nearly a foot deep, and I was informed J. L. AUSTIN.
that such was the result of every heavy rain. Hamilton, November 7, 1881.
There were two short planks side by side, reaching .......
about one third of the distance, therefore useless,
and I would recommend the Corporation to remove Su 1 ar! S i ar!
them and sell them-for firewood, if they cannot af- *
ford to ipui proper accommodation for passengers Ex JMystery and Excelsior from
through the lane.
Now Mr. Editor such a state of things reflects Demerara,
very great discredit on your Town. I do not know
whether the rate payersof Hamilton are taxed la rfle S ye Wllw V Very
heavily or not, but I do think that if they wish to e
save the good name of their town, to ensure a Superior Quality.
goodly number of visitors during the winter season,
and to make it in every way what itmight and BaT IlS Mi USCOVado.
"ought to be made, Nature having done her part At lowest rates f'or the Cash.'
Man only requires to do his, they should at once
bestir themselves, and insist on having this pretty S S: IN G H A ,
little Town in every way a perfect sanitorium, and 6th Sept., 1881. NG
if those in office are incapable for their duties, de-
termine on removing them, and put in those who T
are able, willing and determined to improve the jats and C a s
sanitary state of the place, not only by removal of
these refuse pits, lbnt also that the streets shall be | USTI received from London via Now York
in good order, properly swept, and the vast amount per Fla'nborough.
of manure which daily accumulates removed away E. JONES,
frequently and which to the farmer would be in- JO ES,
valuable for his land. Corner of Queen and Iteid St.
Thepresent epidemic of yellow feverinBarba- IHamilton, Sept. 10th, 1881.
does, and intermittent fever in Trinidad, resulting
(I believe) from accumulated dirt, and inferior a e .
drainage, should be a warning to the people of l
Bermuda, and before it is too late a thorough sys- A Powerful
temrn of cleansing should be established and main- oe
tained, ever bearing in mind that to prevent is far
easier than to cure. Pardon this long epistle and B lack Hforse.
pray accept my card which I enclose but not for


publication. Sir Will draw a ton weight; sold for no fiult, the
"e d oam Servant, owner having no further use for bhin.
:021-q= Your obedt. Servant, a
!rm OBSERVER. Apply at Royal Gazette" Ortfce.
Hamilton, 14th Noyember, 1881. August 13, 188J.


VALUJA? LE

REAL ESTATE


To be


Near Mangrove Bay,
Sold, by A


auction .


I AM INSTRUCTED TO SELL,
At Public Auction



The 2nd day of December, at 12 o'clock,
On the Premises,
A PARCEL OF LAND in Sandys Parish
containing about 41 acres more or
less (a considerable part being fertile and easi-
ly cultivated) bounded on the West by the
Cross Road leading from King's Hill to Man-
grove Bay, and running Eastward to within
sight of the Great.Sound," of which it com-
mands a fine view, as well as of Boaz and
Ireland Island.
The Land will be offered in Three Lots,
each of the same dimensions as near as may
be-as already laid out.
Good- Building Stone may be easily pro-
cured on the Premises.
JOHN FOWLE,
Auctioneer.
Sandys Parish, 14th November, 1881.-3

E B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets.
1 AS just received from London via New
York per Orinoco"
J .,V C ,TIC L E S
suitable for Wedding and other Presents.
-AND-
HANDSOME /
CHINA & GLAS3WSAUR
-ALSO-
A Large Assortment of

Hamilton, Nov. 8th, 1881.

R REMOVAL!

D11. E. I., MIEI C Rs
VETERINARY SURGEON,
lias removed his Office to the premises of Mrs.
B. H. Young, Reid Street, Hamilton, recently
occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.;.
Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
Will visit St. George's professionally on Satur-
days. Office at MeCallan & Co. Residence
liarrington Place, Hamilton Parish.
August 2, 1881.

FOREST LAKE 1E COM-
PANY.
Office at ICE HOUSE, East Broadway.
,rHE 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 elass manner and at the reason-
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
House of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the Public patronage.
Ice delivered daily (Sundays excepted) i'l
Hamilton 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.
JOHJV B. ST.MHL CO.,
East Boadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf

Notice.
The Undersigned will Receive
about Ist November next,
GARNET Seed POTATOES,
Onion Box MATERIAL,
Tomato Box MATERIAL, the Patented 1880
new style ten slat box,
Tomato LATIIS and ENDS,
Fish GUANO.
All at lowest Market rates.
w. T. JAMES,
4'2 Front Street.
Hamilton, Oc(. 3, 1831.

For Sale,
S-- A SUPERIOR
it 1 L iL co 0 I.
Please apply to
THADDEUS McCALLAN,
South Side, Paget.
November 14th, 1881.-2


I


ASK your Grocevfor a Cake of PRIDE OF
THE KIGTCHEN, for scouring and clean-
ing, It is better than Sapilio, and only-about
half the price.


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-
lic.

ALSO,
CLERICAL SUITINGS
Gent's Furnishing Goods a Spe-
cialty.
65 and 66 Front Street, cor. of Court Street,
Hamilton.
November 7, 1881.

Notice.

T HE Undersigned has now on hand a full
SSupply of
SU P ER O 1 0
TABLE POTATOES,
Guaranteed to compete in Quality and Price
to any in the Market ; hoping by strict and
prompt attention to receive the Patronage
from Naval Canteens and Messes at Special
Prices. I also have a Superior Stock of

BOX AND DRUM


At very Moderate Prices.
W. MATSON, R.N.,
Public Pier Store, Somerset.
November 5, 1881.

Wines for the Season.

C LARET (Imported annually for. 32
SAUTERNE years from same House in
Bordeaux
I OC K
BURGUNDY (Sparkling)
MOSELLE p
D)O Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHiAMPAGNE (Moett & Chaudon extra dry)
I)O. St. Peray
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
DO' Vouvray
SIEIRRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA 20 years in bottle
GOSLIA G BROS.,
Hamilton and St. George's.
Established upwards of 50 years.
Kay 28th, 18SI.

Bermuda Ice,
MADE FROjM PURE IHMIN
W3i TER.
AN be used under all circumstances without.
the danger attending the use of importd I
Ice, which in most cases affect the system, in taul
same manner as a change of drinking water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m., to6 p.m.,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. m., to 10 a.m. De-
livered in Hamilton and vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case o,
sickness I have made arrangements to deliver
fece at my manufactory at any hour, day or night.
Sunday included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
THOMAS8 MIILES.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1861.

A Sum of Money
TO LOAN on Bond and Mortgage in amounts
not less than 100.
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON
hamilton, Oct. 17th, 1881.

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


NEW GOODS.

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


ihb/e 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 inspection some
day next week, of which due notice will be
given.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
Hamilton, October 17, 1881

REMO VALt

THE UNDERSIGNLD having
removed her
Dress Making and /Mil-
linery Establishment
To the Store recently occupied by the late
JOHN HARNETT, Esquire,-Corner of
Reid and Burnaby Streets, and opposite
the "Royal Gazette" Office,-takes this
: opportunity of thanking the Public for past
favours and respectfully solicits a continu-
ance of same.
J. A. STEED.
Hamilton, Novr, 14, 1881.-2

For Sale,
l A COTTAGE,
And about 12 Acres of Land,
Situated near Wilson's Island, Southampton,
a mile West of the Light House.
ALSO,
A LOT 037 LAND
Of 9- Acres and a Lot of about 6 Acres.
For terms and other Information please
apply to
THE MISSES BOYLE,
Glasgow Lodge, Southampton.
loy. 15th, 1881.-3

Ontario Business College,
Belleville, Ontario, Canada.
T HE thorough course of business training
imparted in this Institution by experi-
enced and well known Accountants, who are
authors of the standard works on Book-keep-
ing, the Canadian Accountant" and "John-
son's Joint Stock Book-keeping," and the
practical benefits of its teaching have gained
for it the front rank among the Commercial
Colleges, not only of Canada but America.
Students may enter at any time. Send for
College Circular.
Address : ROBINSON & JOHNSON,
Belleville, Ontario, Canada.
November 15th, 1881.-4 A
N. B.-Reference to former Students from
Bermuda.
Preliminary Arrange-
ment.
STEAMER
St. George,"
Captain J. F. LESEUTR.

Monday, Thursday Sat-
urday.
Three regular Trips a week between
St. Georges and Hamilton via 1.
M. Dockyard,
Commencing
MONDA Y, OCT. 31, 1881.
Leave St George's for Dockyard and Hamil-
ton 8"30 a.m.;
Hamilton for Dookyard and St. Georges 3 p.m.
PASSENGER, RATE OF FARE.
From St. George's to Dockyard or Hamil-
ton............. ..*................
From Hamilton or Dockyard to St. Geor-
Children between 5 and 14 years, half price.
Hamilton and Dockyard, each way....... 1.
Excursion Tickets for round Trip same day Os,
Passenger Rate of Fare ont Forward Deck :


St. George's to Dockyard and Hamilton... 2s.
Between Hamilton and Dockyard ....... .. 6d.
P Freight at customary rates and owners
risk when landed on wharf.
WM. E. MEYER,
St. George's, October 81, 1881.-4 jI








BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER sw
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the$
13th and 20th November 1881, height above the sea
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.


Date.
Nov.
1881.

Noon
14
15
16
17
18
19
20


S. j




saw 574 72
sw 473 71
NNE 664 64
ENE 567 65
EIC 5 6 66
8 272 68
sw 372 68


General Remarks.
o e

2'-990 0'05 Fine, cloudy
30*000 0-00 Cloudy, hazy
30"230 0-37 Overcast
30,320 0-00 Fine, cloudy
30*230 0o00 Fine
30"130 0-10 Fine
30"080 0-06,Fine
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF.


Hamilton, November 22, 1881.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
November 16-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, Shediac.
N.B.; horses and assorted cargo to W. E. Talbot,
18-Brigt. Athole Cran, Carlin, P. E. Island;
P. horses and assorted cargo to B. W. Walker & Co.
21-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York;
mails and general cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
November 16-Schr. Maggie, Darrell, New York;
41 tons old iron, 33 empty barrels.
17-Brigt. Dauntless, Wiliams, Martinique; 1,000
empty beer casks.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
xT3IraD.
November 9-R. M. Steamer, Alpha, Crowell, Ja-
maica; mails, fruit, &c.-Agent, J. M. Hay-
ward.
CLEARED.
November 10-R. M. SteamerAlpha, Orowell, Hali-
fax ; mails &c.
PABSENGE'S,
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco, from Now York on
Sunday last :-Honble. Joseph H. Harvey, Mrs.
Harvey, Miss Harvey, and Mr. J. N. Harvey,
Forster M. Cooper, Esq., M.C.P., and Mrs. Coop-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Reid, Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Chapman, Mrs. and Miss Williams, Mrs.
Eames, Mrs. G. D. Boyle, Misses T. A. and M. A.
Condit, Misses M. and E. Hollingsworth, Miss C.
Whitney, Miss Mary S. Wood, Miss E. F. Hobart,
Miss E. D. Pettet, Miss N. Gray, Charles H.
Smith, Esq., Assistant Receiver General, F. W. J.
Hurst, Esq., Messrs. E. S. Jaffray, A. M. Dodd, A.
Johnston, E. A. Richards, H. E. Landis, T. J.
Outerbridge, E. B. Keogh, C. A. Kidd, F. H.
Carter and E. H. Coffin. 2nd Cabin.-F. J. E. Hin-
son, Mr. Thiele, and one steerage.
In the Mail Steamer Alpha, on 9th instant,
from Jamaica :-Messrs. Astwod and Van
Buskirk.
In Mail Steamer Alpha, for Halifax on the 10th:
Miss Griffin, Miss Grace Griffin and Mr. Van Bus.
kirk.
H.M.S. Blanch, from Halifax, arrived at Ply-
mouth, on the 2nd instant, after a very stormy
passage.
H.M. Troopship Orontes, will visit Bermuda
about the end of December.
On 14th inst Mr. F. B. Smith spoke the bark
*t Coomasse" off the West End of these Islands, from
Fernandina bound to the Coast of Africa, out 17
days, all well and desired to be reported.

NAVAL APPOnmiwTs.-Engineer H. G. Cocking
from Northampton to Flamingo vice Keats.
Engineer P. L. Bolland to Northampton, vice
Cooking.
Staff Surgeon A. V. Smyth to Urgent vice Isaac.
Surgeon J. Acheson, M.D., to Urgent vice Bid-
dulph.
Paymaster A. F. Gain to Tenedos vice Grandy.

YELLOW FEVER AT BARBADOS.
EIGHTEEN DAYS LATER.-We have been kindly
favoured with the following extract from a letter,
dated Bridgetown, November 2nd, received via New
York by the Steamer Otinoco.
"The Town is now considered healthy, being free
of yellow fever. It is still however making sad
havoc in the Country Parishes. All the white
Soldiers have been taken from the Island. The
has been such a decidedly favorable change in the
weather during the last day or two that we feel sure
should it continue that the sickness will soon pa,
away. ... pass

CRICKET.
A single wicket match was played at Prospect on
Saturday 19th Instant, between Mr. McNamara,
School Master, Royal Irish Rifles, Qr. Master Sergt.
Flanagan, R. E. wnd Color Sergt. Riddle, Army
Hospital Corps. The match was played with great
spirit throughout the weight telling, rather, against
the Qr.-Master Sergeant in the running. Color.
Sergt. Riddle was the favourite at the commence-
ment, but owing to the splendid bowling of the
Schoolmaster, the tables were soon turned. The
match ended thus:-
Mr. McNamara, bowled out for 75.
Qr.-Master Sergt. Flanagan, run out for 42.1
Color. Sergt. Riddle, bowled out for 40.

A LUCKY ESCAPE FROM DROWNING.
On Wednesday last, Mr. F. B. Smith in the Gig
Boat Britannia" with, a crew of 4 men, left Whale



16 miles North West of Gibbs' Hill Light House,
and whiA appeared to be in distress. The wind
was N. W. at the time, blowing strong,with a heavy
sea. When. the "Britannia" was about three miles
from the shore she carried away her foresail but
soon set it again, bn, when within quarter ofamile
of the vessel, in bringing the boat to the wind, a
heavy sea rolled completely on her, swamping her
and turning her over. All the occupants but one,
John Simons, were fortunate enough to clear the
boat: this man, however, became entangled in one
of the sails and was for some time kept under
water, but with great presence of mind dove from
under the sail, and after a second attempt (the first
time striking his head against the boat) succeeded in
freeing himself from hisperilouspoiton so faras
to get on the bottom of the boat, with Mr. Smith
and the balance of the crew, where they remained
until they were rescued by the "Coquette," in
about a quarter of an hour. After the "Coquette"
succeeded in rescuing the crew it was evident that
she could not possibly swim with the extra weight.
Then the grave question arose what was to be done!
tnnatelv after considerable calling and dipping


their flair they *ucoeedd in attracting the attention
of Pilot Swan in the Gig Boat Maggie," who im-
mediately came to their assistance and took on
board a part of the rescued crew.
We regret to say that the fine gig "Britannia,
which was of 30 feet keel and valued at 50 and
owe UflW fr. Daniel D. Simons, drifted to sea.
'The "Otar&i from Niew York bound toBrazi4 .


Somers Pride of India 899.
He leaves a widow and many relations to mourn
his sad fate.
The "Royal Alfred," was discovered sunk about
11 *30 on Saturday onthe Middle Groundnear Smiths'
Whale House, distant in a Northerly direction about
100 yards from where the body was found.

Horrible Heathen Barbarism-The Blood of 200
Young Girls Used to Mix Mortar.-LONDON, Novem
ber 10.-Advices from Cape Coast Castle, dated
October 16, state that information has been receiv-
ed there that the King of Ashantee has killed 200
young girls for the purpose of using their blood for
mixing mortar for the repair of one of the state
buildings. The report of the massacre was receiv-
ed from a refugee who was to have been one of the
victims. It receives some confirmation also in the
fact that such wholesale massacres are known to be
a custom with the King.

Loe N, Nov 17.-There were violent gales and
heavy rains throughout the United Kingdom last
evening, and shipping disasters occurred at Fal-
mouth, Whitehaven, and Berwick. The storm was
especially severe on the west coast of Scotland,


IEREMEMBER.-By Special request the mem-
bers of the EXCELSIOR AMATEUR DRAMATIC
CLUB will repeat theirPerformance at the Mechanics
Hall, THIS, TUESDAY, EVENING.

NIGHT ATTACK ON H. M. S. NORTH-
AMPTON."
An attack somewhat similar to that which took
place last year, and a notice of which appeared in
our columns at that time, was organized and carried
out on yesterday week. The Northampton was ly-
ing in Murray's Anchorage, and had made all the
necessary preparations for defending herself from a
combined attack by the boats of the Squadron now
here, including her own two Thornycroft torpedo
boats. She was visited and inspected by the om-
mander-in-Chiefon themorningof the day, who went
down in the Forester for that purpose. The attack
ing force under the command of Captain Kennedy,
R.N., H. M. S. Druid, consisted of two 60 feet
Thornycroft torpedo boats, armed with whiteheads,
two steam launches with spar torpedos, and a
number of other boats, (steam cutters, pulling
boats, dinghies, &c.,) numbering in all 21. This
flotilla left the Dockyard Cambre about 2 p.m. and
proceeded the various divisions in tow of steam
boats, to a position off Clarence Cove, where the Ad-
miral, with Lady M'Clintock, and staff, were wait-
ing in his galley to see the boats pass. The ren-
dezvous appointed was Bailey's Bay and a novel
sight waspresented to the dwellers near-by the an-
choring o this fleet of boats in the Bay. Supper
and singing appeared to be the chief occupation
during the time of waiting the favorable moment to
attack, the steam launches having completed the
other boats with water proceeded to St. Georges to
fill up themselves and returned just in time to tow
out the small craft. The flotilla left the Bay about
7'30 p.m., and the Divisional officers having receiv-
ed their final orders, the various divisions dispersed
and proceeded to their allotted stations, about this
time heavy clouds were welcomed by the attacking
force and seen with dismay by the defenders; rain
and a squall succeeded and under their protection
the force advanced on the ship from all quarters.
Lighted tar-barrels were now to be seen drifting
down before a strong breeze towards the ship and
the boats on the starboard side opened fire as they
got within range. The electric lights now were to
be seen flashing in all directions and as boat after
boat came within its range a heavy fire from Gat-
lings, Nordenfelts and riflemenwas poured on them.
This attack however was only a feint to allow the
spar-torpedo boats and Whiteheads to approach un.
seen on the Port side. As soon as an opportunity
offered the boats dashed in with varied success. The
attack occupied about an hour when the bugle
sounded cease firing, and the boats retired and ren-
dezvouzed at the Forrester, lying at anchor a short
distance off. We hear that both sides claim the
victory and we imagine the umpires will have a
difficult task before them to decide.
With their usual hospitality the Officers of the
Flagship entertained their late opponents with a
capital supper, when friends and foes sat down to-
gether and fought the battle over again. The
following morning in tow of the Forester the boats
returned to the Cambre, and a most singular ap-
pearance the boats and crews presented, the boats
having been blacked inside and out as well as the
men's hands and faces. The Flagship soon after-
wards came steaming slowly up with her spars and
nets still out, presenting to those on shore a most
extraordinary appearance: in the afternoon having
disincumbered herself of her defences she proceeded
into the Cambre.

A SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT.
An Inquest was held at St. David's Island on
Friday evening last, by Denis Tuoker, Esqr.,
Coroner for the Eastern district, on view of the
body of Mr. Joseph Benjamin Minors, who was
found dead in the waters of St. George's Harbour
on thle afternoon of same day. It appeared in evi-
dence that the deceased left the Cut in his open
boat the "Royal Alfred," supposed under sail, soon
after 9 o'clock on the previous evening for his home
on St. David's Island. He was alone, being dis-
appointed at not meeting a person who promised to
accompany him. His not having reached St. Da-
vid's that evening or the ioliowing morning, caus-
ed no uneasiness among his friends, as it was sup-
posed that he had gone to Hamilton to see his wife,
who was there on a visit, she being in ill-health.
At about eleven o'clock however a party in a boat
when near the Old Hide" saw something floating
near them and on going to ascertain what it was
discovered it to be a boat's mast and sails. The
mast was painted blue, the jib was furled and the
sheets made fast to the lower part of the mast, the
mainsail was spread. On these articles being tak-
en out of the water one of the party in the boat at
once stated his belief that they belonged to Mr.
Minors. This cercumstance, and the subsequent
finding of Mr. Minor's hat and the laden board ol
his boat near Smith's Island, naturally led to
searching parties being organized and a deligent
examination of the waters round Smith's Island
and near the Forts, made. At about 4 p.m.,
the party under the management of Mr. Alexander
Minors, was successful in discovering the body-it
was laying at the bottom of the sea, face down
-and about 12 feet from the northern side of
Smith's Island. It was quickly gotten up and
conveyed to St. David's.
It seems that soon after the deceased must have left
the Cut for his home, a heavy gust of windpassed over
the Eastern portion of the Islands, that being
alone, in attempting to furl the sail, the boat cap-
sized and being heavily ballasted, quickly went
to the bottom, leaving the deceased to struggle for
his life as best he could: though an expert swimmer
he, in all probability, was'seized with cramp, to
which it is said he was subject, and soon met his fate.
The verdict of the Jury was in accordance with the
above facts.
The deceased, who was about 82yearsof age, was
much respected by all who knew him. He was a
ship-carpenter by trade and took great pride in
his calling. He planned, built, and sailed some of
the fastest yachts belonging to the Colony. He
was buried at St. David's at 4 p.m., on Saturday,
and the attendance at his funeral was very numer-
ous: being a Freemason and an Odd Fellow,
the following Lodges were well represented in
the procession:-Hannibal Lodge, No 224; Vic-
toria and Albert 1,027; Alexandrina 1,026 ; and


THEATRE ROYAL, PROSPECT.
On Saturday and Monday evenings the 12th
and 14th instant, the Amateur Dramatic Club of
the 15th Company Royal Engineers repeated their
performance of Boots at the Swan," and No-
body's Child," before a numerous, fashionable and
appreciative audience at the Theatre Royal, Pros-
pect.
In the performance of the Farce we noticed in
some of the characters a lack of spirit due to the
piece; but this was no doubt owing to a little ner-
vousness on the part of the performers, which will
wear away with practice; but the acting of Cor-
poral Jacobs as Miss Moonshine, and Sapper Dow-
ker as the pretty housemaid (Sally Jenkins), was
exceedingly good, who, together with the deaf
" Boots" kept the house in a roar.
The piece of the evening, "Nobody's Child," was
certainly rendered extremely well, the acting of
Sergeant Carrington, C. &. T. Corps, as "Joe," left
nothing to be desired.
Sapper Dowker, as Patty Lavrock, was admir-
able ; the Village Postmaster (Sapper Smith) sus-
tained his character with vigour and was most,
amusing. Sapper Knott was very successful as the
"Admiral's Coxswain."
Miss Lucy wanted a little more spirit, but per-
haps she was shy; a fault which will mend with a
little more experience. In the last Act in the Scene
in her room, more energy was required, both by
herself and admirer, to make the acting more effec-
tive; but taking the whole piece, it was very credit-
ably performed, and we hope to.see them again be-
fore the Public, when we feel sure they will meet
with a cordial reception from bumper houses.
We must not omit to afford a word of praise to
the scene painter (Corporal Stammer), whose work
was extremely well executed; Tregarvon Castle,"
the "Corn Field," and "Fairy Well" scenes, espe-
cially deserve notice, for their very effective and al-
most natural appearance.
The Music rendered by a portion of the Band of
the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, under Mr.
Brown, was admirably selected, and played with
that beauty and effectiveness for which the Band of
this distinguished Regiment is noted; more especi-
ally the scene where Corporal Jacobs as Sir
Robert Tregarvon" is surrendering the Old Castle
to the Mortgagees, when the touching strains of
"Home Sweet Home," were played, which no
doubt brought to to the memories of many present
the scenes of their childhood.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEAR SIm,-In your issue of the 8th inst. you
were good enough to insert a letter of mine in answer
to a correspondent in the Colonist," signing him-
self "Truthful." That writer has again given him-
self an airing in your contemporary, has made his
bow, and has retired. Before leaving the stage
however, he asked me a few questions respecting
the Schools' Act. I would therefore beg you to in-
sert a few lines from me for the second andlast time
in answer to this enquirer (?). If you are willing to
find me space I will endeavor to do as I did before
-state a fact,-and leave the use of high sounding
but meaningless phrases to my interrogator.
It would be presumptuous of me to set myself up
as an exponent of the Act. There are others who
are familiar with its working, and better able to
answer such questions as those put in wilful ignor-
ance by Truthful." But I can read the Act, and
understand its meaning; and the sooner "Truth-
ful" does the same, the better for the few news-
paper readers who wade through his long-winded
letters, and find an editor's postscript at the end,
declaring his ignorance of the subject he has taken
in hand. It is evident from a careful reading of
the Act, that the benefits of the measure extend to
all who like to avail themselves of them. Neither
the poor white children, nor any other children of
the colony are excluded from participating in the
advantages bestowed by the School s Act. But
"Truthful" must remember that before the chil-
dren of any Parish can be benefitted by those ad-
vantages, a school must be started, and the services
of a teacher secured. I believe I am correct in say-
ing that the majority of the coloured children in
Devonshire parish are at present attending no school
whatever, as the School committee has not done
this.
It is pleasant to agree with one's opponents,
"Truthful" complains that I did not make "the
feeblest effort to prove how there can (in fairness)
be a "public" school for white children in this
mixed community of white and coloured people."
It would indeed have been foolish of me to have
attempted such a thing, after I had stated that the
use of the term "public" as applied to our schools
is incorrect. There is no such thing as a public
school in "Bermuda," and nobody knows the fact
better than "Truthful." I now leave "Truthful"
and his advice to himself. He has shown that he
is devoid of earnest purpose. He does not want the
information he pretends to seek. Let him find other
exponents of the Act and its working, as the con-
vincing a man against his will, is not the business
of FACT.



mendation. The Public will do well to support this
Company which possess considerable dramatic ta-
lent.
In the piece selected for their opening perform-
ance, "Nobody's Child," the management wisely
steered clear of" the terrible "Blood and Murder"
scenes which are too often crowded into every act
of the Dramas written for transportive Theatres.
The situations in the plot are indeed sufficiently in-
teresting, and there are two sudden deaths, one
pointing to the moral that too much Rum is a dis-
turber of equilibrium; the other leading to the
belief that "Woman, lovely woman," when she
meddles with firearms is a dangerous creature.
Very high praise is due to the "lovely women" in
this play. Actors labor under tremendous difficul-
ties in impersonating ladies, but I assure you that
there was scarcely an action whioh raised a smile.
Captain Lazonby's ?art, that of the gentleman
villain, is a difficult role, but was very well sustain-
ed, the constant action with the riding whip was
perhaps uneasy, and looked in some instances like a
threat of personal castigation, which even Captain
Lazonby would not venture to use towards a lady.
Joe. the weak witted waif of the sea, was acted


sent of the Land League, wi be Boycotted.
Though I cannot yet state that throughout Ireland J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS., .
the covenants into which the tenants have entered Apgts
are punctually permed, yet they are largely and Hamilton, 21st November, 1881.
increasingly performed. Those who decline their
performance are generally those who are well able Colonist please copy and send Bill.
to fulfill their engagements. I can safely say the -
Irish will make full use of the Land Act, which
will be impartially administered." Lost.
Lord Granville, Foreign Secretary, on the same
occasion, in his speech referring to the subject of A 0.,B7 A7FmIZO T
an Anglo-French commercial treaty, said: "The
Government does not attach exaggerated import- A NY ona finding or giving sach information
ance to a treaty on economic grounds. If any -, as may lead to the recovery of the Bird,
country chooses to raise protective duties against us will be suitably rewarded by applying at the
we cannot forget that nearly half of our external Office of the "* Royal Gazette."
trade is with countries which are open to our goods. November 21st.
But the Government attaches the greatest value to
a treaty for political reasons." Discussing the set- o
tlement of the Alabama claims, Lord Granville -L ost
said: Ever since the United States became an in- O S r, N t, b n In
dependent power there has never been a time when ON Saturday, November 19th, between In-
the same friendly feeling existed as exists now be- verurie, Fagets, and Town of hamilton,
tween the two great English-speaking nations. I
know of no more striking test than the feeling o Seal with Family Crest.
which has been shown of sincere and deep grief in The Finder will be handsomely rewarded bg
England in regard to the death of President Gar- leaving it at the "1It oyal Gazette" Office.
field and the devoted loyalty of the Americans to November 21st, 1881.*
our Queen."


FROM AMERICA AND EUROPE, GUITEAU THE ASSASSIN OF PRESIDENT
-----. GARFIELD ON TRIAL.
The fine Mail Steamer Orinoco, CaptainmFraser, After sending three days in obtaining a jury
arrived at her wharf in this Town at about 4 p. m. that would satisfy the Government prosecutor and
The Orinoco left her dock 3-45 p.'m. on Thursday, I the prisoner's Counsel, Guiteau wes to be placed on
and cleared Sandy Hook at 6 p.m., making the run his trial on Thursday last, and if nothing occurs to
thence to St. David's Head in 66 hours. Moderate mar the proceedings the testimony would forthwith
weather, but her progress was retarded by head begin. As Mr. Scoville, his brothor-in-law, and at
winds and rough water most of the way. Had to present his only Counsel, does not claim to be
anchor in Grassy Bay 11 hour and await the tide. learned in the criminal law of the country, Guiteau
We are indebted to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser has appealed to the bar of the United States for
Dupont, and T. S. Reed, Esq., passenger, for files money and volunteers, but it is thought safe to pre-
of New York papers of the latest dates. dict that neither would be forthcoming. Guiteau
DOMINION OF CANADA. will therefore appear in a duel capacity-as pris.
Sir Patrick MacDougall was sworn in Adminis- owner and council.
ter of the Government at Ottawa, 'on the 11th' -
instant by Sir W. Ritehie. All the members of An English Steamer Blown up.
Council in the town were present. LONDON, Nov. 17.-An explosion, supposed to
THE MAoRQIS or LomNE, replying to an address have been of dynamite, occurred yesterday on board
of the Corporation of Chester, England, on the 15th the Glasgow Steamer Severn, from Bristol to Glas-
instant, said there was hardly a person in ten gow Harbor. 43 persons were badly injured, four
thousand in Canada who did not attach the utmost were conveyed to the hospital in a dying condition.
value to its imperial connection.
The Marquis and the Princess Louise have ar- About, 40 dwellings and 3 churches were de-
rived in London. The Princess will accompany stroyed by fire at Woodstock, N. .B, on the night of
the Marquis on his return to Canada m-p weeks the 10th instant; fully believed to be thework of
hence. The Marquis will resign the (i' ;'O icendiary-loss stated tobe $8000.
Generalship early in 1882.
LNNDON, Novenber 12.-In one case in Monaghan THE 2 C PANY ROYAL ENGINEERS gave a Qua.
the rent was raised by the Commission half a crown drille Party in the R E. Th eatre, Prospect, on
from 75 shillings Tuesday 5th instant. Thebuilding waselaborately
The Press Association says that one or more of decorated with ferns flower bund bunting, while
the regiments now returning from Natal will pro- the ratage with iterns, nuflowers tables bunting, while
ceed to Ireland to relieve the marines. stage numerous tables-and everything
At a banquet to-night Earl Spencer, Lord Presi that was in season upon them-was set apart for
dent of the Council. said: Every Irish grievance te ladies. A largemarquee was placed at the
will be redressed. We shall extend to the Irish west endof the building for the gentlemen, corn-
all the privileges and liberty we possess, but we are municating with the Theatre. The invitations
ready to shed our blood against the repeal of the were numerous and well responded to about 200
Union." belng present. There were several Officers and
LONDON, November 13.-The Marquis of Salis- Ladies of the corpspresent who evidently enjoyed
bury, speaking at a Conservative banquet on the the proceedings. Great credit is due to the come
Colston anniversary at Bristal last evening, laid great mittee, and those who assisted m getting the spa-
stress upon the right of the Irish landlord to comrn- cious building in such capital order m so short a
pensation. He said it was well understood that the time, as a dramatic performance was only finished
sub-commissioners were appointed because of their a few minutes before twelve on the previous night.
prepossessions in favor of the governmental policy, The string band of the Royal Irish Rifles was in
and he asserted that they had acted rather as execu- attendance under the conductorship of Corporal E.
tive agents than as judicial arbitrators. He express- Emery, and did justice to the sparkling music se-
ed strong distrust of the proposals to alter the rules elected for the occasion. This party was one of the
ofidebate in the House of Commons, as the change successes of the season.
would render minorities powerless.
LONDON, November 14.-The Times's Dublin To ConRESPONDENTs.-Several Letters omitted
correspondent states that the experience of exten- for want of space and time for other arrange.
sive land agents is that rents are being paid in Sligo, ments.
Roscommon, parts of Galway, Limerick, Queen's
County and Kilkenny, but that in Wexford, Clare, MARRIED, at St Paul's Church, Paget, on
Kerry, parts of Cork and other counties there is a Thursday, 17thinstant, by the Rev. J. L. Lough,
general determination not to pay. Rector, JAMES HARVEY TnIMINGAx, Esqr., Junr.,
LIMERICK, Nov. 16.-The Sub-Commission of of the Firm of J. H. Trimingham & Sons, of this
the Land Court here has made the following re- Town, to FAxIE SrT. GEORGE, second daughter of
actions : A rent of 62 reduced to 42; of 40 J. Esten Butterfield, Esqr., of Paget.
to 25; of 49 to '28 0s.' ..........., on the 7th of November at St.
THURLES, Nov. 16 -Twenty-five farms in County Luke's Cathedral, Halifax, Nova Scotia, by the
Tipperary have bee:i sold by the Sheriff. Eighteen Bishop of the Diocese, JOSEPH OTEREBMBBG, Esq.,
of the tenants, who were able to buy in, permitted St. John's, Newfoundland, to MARIA HARVEY, old.
the Emergency Committee to purchase the farms dest daughter of Edmund D. Tucker, Esqr., of
at low prices. The sales were principally at the Halifax.
suit of Viscount Hawarden. ......, by Rev. John Wallace, B.A., at Hare
PARIS, Nov. 16-Mr. Patrick Egan, Treasurer of mony Hall, Warwick, on the 17th inst., N. W.
the Land League, received 2,850 last week, HurcmINGs, Esq., to OPrHEIA F., daughter of Jos-
practically all from America. eph F. Darrell, Esq., all of Bermuda.
LONDON, Nov. 16.-Sir Richard Assheton Cross, ........, on the 11th inst., at St. Paul's
Conservative member of Parliament, speaking at Church, by the Rev. Dr. Hill, Rector, assisted by
Warriagton, said the altering of the rules of the His Lordship the Bishop of Nova Scotia and the
House o ommon of Commonsought not to bea party question, R. Moore, Rector of Steerto, FANCIS
that if the Government proposals were of a party DUKE LAURTIE, youngest son of the late John Laurie.
character then the Opposition was bound to have Esq., M.P., London, G.B., to JOANNA AncHIAw .,
nothing to do with them eldest daughter of the Hon. A. G. Archibald,
LONDON, Nov. 17.-Five more "suspects m- M.G., Liut. -Governor of Nova Scotia.-Hai-
prsoned in the Galway Jail, were released yester- nn Cricle, Nvr 12.
V__.0 fax Morning nroiele, Novem ......
BRITISH HONORS TO THE AMERICAN
FLAG. DIED, at the residence of Mr. Samuel T. Sim-
LONDON, November 9.-The new Lord .Mayor mons, Cook's Hill, Somerset, after a short illness,
went in solemn procession to Westminster with the JAMES BEAN, aged 17 years, leaving a brother,, sis
usual ancient display, which drew immense crowds ter and many friends to mourn their loss.
of spectators, and with a modern innovation in the M -
programme,[with the object of honoring the Ameri- Tr w- -,4
can people, which was received with great enthu. B | J O N E S
siasm. The Stars and Stripes were carried in th" E B. J
procession, preceded by the drum and fife band of Cre o f Q e nad R C.
the Fourth Battalion city of London militia, playing orner of Queen and eid t.,
the Star-Spangled Banner. After a short interval las just opened a very large assortment of
came the band from the training ship Warspite, -, .- T O YS r -
playing Yankee Doodle. The American flag, as it GE RlJ AN T OY
came in View was received with a general clapping
of hands and cheers by the spectators. There was and
a striking demonstration as the procession passed Fancy China WWre, 81.
the managing office of the United States Cable Hamilton, Nov. 22, 1881.
Company on Broad street. Four young ladies
waved American flags from the windows as the 7 ..
banner of the free went by, and there was loud and 70r O \W 1York
continued applause. m I
There was enthusiastic cheering in the Palace TO Return Direct.
yard as the American banner entered, escorted by
a guard of honor, with fixed bayonets. As it passed The Brigantine
the bands played Hail Columbia. / "E C E'lOT -T' 9
The Era of Good Feeling.-LoNDoN, November 11. "" j EL 1O
-It is understood that the American Legation will
take an early opportunity to thank the Govern- MayOr, Master
ment for the salute to the American flag when it M Maser
was carried in the Lord Mayor's procession on Will sail as above on
The Legation has received letters from Mrs. Gar- \ SATURDAY NEXT, 26TH INST.
field to the Queen, Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Thomas Rates of Freight 40 cents per dry Barrel.
Hughes, and Minister Lowell, thanking them for Ra of Freigh 40d
their expressions of sympathy on the occasion of the t For Freight apply to
death of President Garfield.) W E. TALBOT.

MR. GLADSTONE ON THE STATE OF IRE- Hamlton, Nov, 22, 1881.
At the Lord Mayor's banquet on the 9th instant' FO0R LO N D jN.
Mr. Gladstone, replying to the toast "Her Majes-
ty's Ministry," said: "I can discern signs of im- TO return Direct.
provement in Ireland. I believe the people of Eng-The Fine Fast Sailing Baaque
land are unanimously convinced that it was n~ees-
sary to take strong measures in Ireland in defense ir d e m u
of public law and private liberty. One question at nTI1 Si .ke m ur
least has been decided-the people are determined .J W. WATLINGTON
to make full trial of the Land Act. I hold in my
hand very significant proof of the treatment to Will sail as above on or about the
which the Irish have been subjected by their so- 5 T ANUARY NET .
called friends. It is a notice proceeding from a 5TH JANUARY NEXT.
high authority, stating that anybody paying rent For Freight or Passage please make early ap-
before the Suspects are released, without the con- plication to the Master on board, or to


/


from a careful study, and was very effective. I
should have liked a still stronger contrast between
his untutored manner when he thought himself
without a friend in the world, and the improvement
worked in his mind by the ennobling feelings of
gratitude and love.
Peter Price was excellent-it is such a relief to
meet a ruffian who does not by his look and manner
betrayhimself to every one but his victim-and who
can speak out like a man instead of grumbling
asides about vengeance, and making Aha's which
would assuredly provoke the bystanders to break
his head. Jack Adams, gave us in his short part a
taste of real quality, he was cut out for the part,
but I am much mistaken if he be not equal to
greater difficulties.
The piece was well put on the stage, the minor
characters, too often carelessly attended to, were ef-
ficiently performed, and the scenery and tableaux
reflect great credit on the artist and manager.
Of the Farce, which was put on as a lever ridean,
I will only say that a Piece should not be presented
to the Public till the actors know their parts.
Yours, &c.,
ROUGE.

The "Servia," the new Cunard Steamer, has at-
tained the high rate of speed of 20k miles per hour.






BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


By Public Auctio n,
UNDER THE BIG SHED,


The Excelsior Amateur
Mjya&TO? (Biyr


At 12 o'clock, Will Repeat t
On Thursday Next, ormance
24th Instant, In the Mechanic's Ha
A Portion of the CARGO of the This Tuesday
Brigt. "A thole Cran," just ar- 22nd November,
rived from Prince Edward Island: Hamilton, No
-T1 T.L ",R^ Soa (AR1.ETS. Hamilton, Novr. 22nd, 1881.


R.IQ J~. m I-c 1-ttLAZ WA k,


heir Per-

%11, Hamilton,
Evening,
1881.


1 Milch COW,
Mrs. Ness.


late property of


B. W. WALKER & Co.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Nov. 21. 1881.


Notice.
The Auction Sale of


Valuable Real Estate
Advertised to take place on Friday, 2nd Deer.
IN FANDY'S PARISH',
Will take Place
ON WEDNESDAY, THE 30TH INST.
at 12 o'clock.
JNO. FOWLE,
Auctioniier.
Sandy's Parish, 21st Novr., 1881.

Onion Boxes
Onion Boxes.

The Prices at which the Undersign-
ed are offering ONION BOXES are as
follows :-
From Portland, Maine, 63d. each
for Lots under 500.
6d. each in Lots of 500 and over.
From St. John,PN.B., 6d. each for
Lots under 1000.
5id. each in Lots of 1000 and over.
Cash Customers for 10 Boxes are placed on
par with buyers of whole Lots of 1000 on
credit.
TROTT4 COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 2
15th November, 1?81.

TH.E FAST


STEAMER
i St. George,"


S
!


OR
"Britannia'
FOR SHarL.T BAT RACES
Leaves Hamilton at 10 a.m., calling at
SOMERSET both ways.

Round fare 2/, collected on board by the Clerk.
Hamilton, Nov. 19th.-2
JUST RECEIVED,
Fia N'ew York,
Per S. S. Orinoco," from West-
ern Virginia,
A 15 Superior
HORIS E S,
SUITABLE FOR SADDLE, CARRIAGE,
TRUCK and FARM.
These Horses have been expressly selected for
our trade and will bear particular inspection.
ALSO.
New Supply HARNESSES,
Whips, Halters, 4c.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS.
Reid Street, Hamilton, Noy. 21st, 1881.


remI I r1 !5 1


Which are offered at Prices to suit the times.
ALSO ON HAND,
Crockery Glassware Tinware
S1 Boots & Shoes,


New York M.ail Steamer.


The Steamer
ORINOCO,"


Captain FRASER,
Will leave the Port of Hamilton for
Grassy Bay at 10-30 a.m.
On Thursday,
November 24th.
She will leave Grassy Bay as soon as the
Mails for New York, to be despatched at 1 p.
m., reach her.
The "Ozinoco" is to leave New York on 1st
December.
Passengers are requested to be on board be-
tween 9-30 a.m. and 10 a.m., 24th November.
At the last mentioned hour the Stage will be
removed.
Freight, Parcels, and Specie on Freight will
be received until 6 p.m. 23rd November.
TROTT4 CO,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 22nd November, 1881.
Colonist once.
Notice to Customers.


0J.- -D- 150" Table POTATOES,
15 Minnesota DO. Portland Cement
300 Bus. Black OATS,
25 Bbls. Yellow TURNIPS, 100 Brrels p Fed r a" from
6000 4i-feet PALINGS, 100 Barrels per "Fedalra" from
5 Bbls. New OATMEAL, 301b Bags, London,
100 Bales Superior HAY, Price 16/ per barrel on the Wharf.
6 Cords Hard Fire WOOD, WM. BLUCK.
About 30 lots of Awning BOARD and Nvm 1W51 B LUC
SCANTLING, November 15, 1881. 2 3p
&c., &c., &c.
.FINAL NOTICE.
AND,
100 Gross "1Chases" Eureka MATCHES, ALL ACCOUNTS against the Estate of the
10 Bbls. Jamaica Sweet ORANGES, A late CHARLES A. HAYWARD, (de-
1000 Lbs. Jamaica COFFEE, ceased), are requested to be rendered to the
10 Boxes Family Crown SOAP, Subscribers
14 Hhds. Younger's ALE, By Noon of 30th Nov., 1881.
10 Bbls. 4 doz. each, Bottled Younger's ALE THOMAS S. HAYWARD,
60 Doz. Dinner and Soup PLATES, assort- JOSEPMA SM. HAYWARD,
ed sizes, JOeP e W toR
5 Half Chests Superior TEA, St. Georges, Necutors.ov. 21st, 1881.-2
5 Dozen Corn BROOMS, St. Georges, Nov. 1st, 1881--3
3000 Superior Hard BRICKS, Colonist copy and send Bill.
20 Bags CHARCOAL,
11 Doz. WASH BOARDS, shipped contrary Executors' Not e.
to order, Executors Notice.
20 Bottles Red ONION SEED, 7 a 1 A I.*
1 Slide-Seat Carriage,
1 Slide-Seat Carriage, ALL Persons having CLAIMS against the
Lot of Dry Goods, Blankets, 4c., L Estates of the late Misses ELIZA
1 Case Verandah BRACKETS, WHITE DILL, DIANA DILL. and SARAd
2 New Sewing MACHINES, PENISTON DILL, daughters o the late Rich-
[1 Hand Sewing MACHNE, byWeire, in ard Gilbert Dill, of Devonshire Parish, are
Complete Order, requested to render Bills of the same before the
complete order, 10th of December proximo.
10 Boxes New Crop RAISINS, CLARKSON TYNES,
1 Superior WILLIAM COX,
Mih 1 TActing Executors
SMilchl COW, Hamilton, Bermuda, 22nd November, 1l81.-3.
Now giving from 5 to 6 quatrtsnmi!k per day. 1 A 4 0


THE PILOT who shall board the Barque
s, "Dtf-t fom" t Nem Yor k "V'-f lnv. heae


R.N.]
TENDE]
DEP
be received

TH


vy contracts.
HOSPITAL, BERMUDA.
RS in Duplicate, addressed to the
UTY INSPECTOR GENERAL, will
d at the above Establishment, until
Noon, of
URSDAY,


At public Auction '
A Portion of her Cargo :
Say :-
5 to 75 Bbls. and 50 Cases KEROSENE,
S and Astral OIL-best quality,
20 Tons best Stove COAL.
AND,
AA 5RM2 Bb1 WIP TM.1 0 0 Pir.ATTI


., C. s X aU d BBOS nbl. JiDMS. FB. oJF.
., c. ,15 Bbls. Kiln-dried Corn MEA
NATHANIEL VESEY. 100 Bags CORN and BRAN,
Devonshire, November 7, 1881.-3 3p 10 Bbls. Rye FLOUR,
15 Half Bbls. Family BEEF an
20 Tins Family LARD,
0 ~10 Bags Superior COFFEE,

150,000 Feet Pitch Pine, B. W. WALKE]
Cargo of Schr. "W. G. MOSELEY," Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1881.-2 3pge
now expected from Jacksonville,
Consisting: i Shielly B a
Scantling and Plank, of 1st December, 18
I assorted sizes, --
Flooring Boards, Planed, Steamer "Reli
grooved and tongued.
The .above Cargo is of very Superior quali-
ty, and if taken from the Wharf in lots of 1000 Capt. J. W. HII
feet or more, a fair discount will be allowed will leave as follow,
to Cash Customers. leave as folow


S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 22nd November, 1881.

Employment Wanted
AS MASTER BAKER.
Good Reference can be had.
(At present assistant Baker at Mr. C. B.
Ingham's.)
WAGES either night or day Reasonabl e.
Please address communication to
WILLIAM P. SWAN,
Hamilton.
November 17th, 1881.-tf. 1 pd.

Just Received.
Prangs Celebrated Cards
CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR'S, BIRTHDAY
and PRIZE CARDS.
CHROMOS, HEAVY MOUNTS, &c.
-ALSO-
KEROSENE OIL STOVES,
safe, durable economical and non-explosive.
by EBENEZER BELL,
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
No. 1 West Front Street, 3 pd.
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1881 1


FOR SALE.
A GOOD
M Milch Cow,
Price 15.
Please apply to
CHAS. DESHIELD.
Warwick, November 22, 1881.


I


ILAJUUII,
LL,

d PORK,

&c.
R & CO.,
Auctioneers.

Races,
381.

ance,"


L L,
s, viz.:


Hamilton....................at 945 a.m.
Somerset, Public Wharf .......... 10'30 a.m.
Ireland Isle, Engineer's Wharf-, 11 a.m.
Arrive at Shelly Bay............ 1130 a.m.
On Return,
Leave SHELLY BAY at 4.15 p.m.
Fares will be collected on Board by Captain
of Boat.
2/, both ways, 1/6 single TICKET.
S. S. INGHAM, Jr.
Hamilton, 21st Novr. 1881.-2 8p.


Donkeys! Donkeys !
EXPECTED in Schooner "Meteor" to arrive
early next month.
30 DONKEYS!
which will be offered cheap for Cash.
Parties having engaged to purchase any of


these animals iv
them away as ea
rival.


Colonist copy once.

Notice!

DELICIOUS COFFEE
From the Mountains of Jamaica.
Received by ship Alpha" from West In-
dies a Consignment of this
SUPERIOR ARTICL E,
Which will be sold for Cash in lots to suit pur-
chasers.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
25 Front Street.
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1881.-1 3p.

The Subscriber
Has just received per Str. Orinoco" a large
consignment of

of the fo'lowingwell-kuown Brands--
TIP TOPS, CONSECHAS,
FLOOR DE CRETA, & EMBAJJADORES.
These Cigars are cf the best quality and will
be sold at a very low figure for cash.
TT A .GR A NTiT A -M


mi~*


Colonial scretary's Offce,
21lT NovTKm, 1881.
TTIS EXCELLENCE Lieutenant General
-- Sir R. M. LAFPrAw, R.E., K.C.M.G., has
received information from the Right Honora-
ble the Secretary of State for the Colonies,
That REer Majesty will not be advised to exer-
cise Her power of disallowance in respect of
the following Acts of the Legislature of Ber-
muda passed during the last Session:
1881.
No. 7.-" An Act to amend the Criminal Law
as to indecent assaults on young persons.
(In fnorce T nilAntSlvn1


S15th December, 1 *No. 9.-An Act to amend the Post Office Es-
I From Persons willing to Contract for the tablishment Act, 1879.
Supply of the following Articles for Her Ma- (In force to 31st December, 1882.)
* jestys Service, viz :- No. 11.-An Act to provide for the extension
Fresh MILK, perpint. POTATOES per lb. of the Military Electric Telegraph into the
* HERBS lb. FOWLS i" Town of 4t. George.
Fine SALT IEGGS Doz. (In force Indefinitely.)
SLEMONS doz. IWash. SODA lb. I r efly)
MATCHES Packets By His Excellency's Command,
I For Y r R. E. WEBSTER,
SFor one Year Colonial secretary.
Commencing 1st January, 1882, and there- o
'after until termination of Contract by three NOTICE.
months' notice from either party.
The'Articles to be of the best quality procur- ENDERS will be received at the OFFICE
able here, subject to the approval of the COLONIAL SURVEYOR, Hamil-
MEDICAL OFFICER in Charge, and to be deliv- of the COLONIAL SURVEYOR, Hamil-
ered at the Naval Hospital according to de- ton, on or before 12 o'clock, noon, of
mand by Pass Book. IT H IURSDT A Y
Articles demanded and not supplied, or
found bad in quality or deficient in quantity 1st of December, 1881,
to be purchased by the Storekeeper and Cash- .rom Persons disposed to tend for th
ier, and the cost charged to the Contractor. ersns d ed to tender e
By authority of the CAFTAIN-IN-CHARGF, Erection of a Building
G. MASON, on St. David's Island; to be used as Quarters
SDeputy Inspector Gel. for the Lighthouse Keepers.
Ireland Island, Nov. 18, 1881-2 3p. & 2 4p. Plan and specification can be seen and all
i information can be obtained at the above OF-
SteruFICE between the hours of 10 a.m and 12
Bermuda Unt Club. noon.
IThe BOARD Or WORKS do not bind them-


A GENERAL MEETING of the selves to accept the
MEMBERS of the BERMUDA HUNT i
CLUB, will be held
In ihe Towna al, November 19th 1881.
HAMILTON, Potatoes
At 2 p.m.,
1" F1 lr~" TrW A -V


-.ru*i rm oJew Lrx utuw unJ n te
for the undersigned, is requested to anchor her O I- IDA I
_i ."... ,lj- _- A --^1 .. ^ & ; .... 4.%^-- 1. ^_ ,


next,


,pense of towage. 8E. ._ _aREnTTARYV and MASTER. OFRTHEC HUTT


The Undersign
Brigi. Excel


lowest or any tender.
J. H. M. RAE,
Colonial Surwywr.

s! Guano!

sed has received per
sior, from Shediac,


650 BARRELS GARNET
Seed Potatoes,
"Tait's" Star Brand,
AND,
Per Schooner C. H. Foster, from
New York,
BARRELS and BAGS
FISH GU&nAO,
Bags Peruvian GUANO.


The above will be sold at lowest Market
rates for Cash, and on accommodating term
to approved Customers.
, S. S. INGHAM.
I Hamilton, 22nd November, 1881.

Farmers Supplies,

ONION AND TOMATO
BOX MATERIAL,
Garnet Seed POTATOES,


Fish GUAAO, t.c,


4-C., 4-.c


I The Undersigned offers the
Cargo of Brig Babboni,
Now momently expected from Bangor, Me.,
consisting of :
60 M ONION BOXES
0U 20 M Tomato BOXES
20 M BRICK 25 M Feet W. P. LUMBER
15 M Cedar SHINGLES
HAY, &c., &c., &c.


*. .* L.L.L .L.ULAMY, |
46 & 47 Front Street, And per Brigt. Excelsior" from Shediac,
Hamilton, Berimude. N.B.,
Nov. so0, 1881.-3 ins. 750 Bls. Garnet Seed POTATOES
Of the well known "Star Brand."
The Royal Irish Rifle And, by Steam from New York:
00 Barrels Fish GUANO
MIJASTREL TROUPE, 100 Bags Complete MANURES for Potatoes
and Onions.
Will appear at the -
ALSO,
Theatre Royal, His usual supply of PROVISIONS
PROSPECT, The above Goods will be sold at lowest
Cash Rates and on accommodating terms to
By kind permission of MAJOR CROFTON and' approved Customers.
OFFICERS, a portion of ihe Band of the Royal JOHT F. BURROWS.
Irish Rifles will be in attendance. JOH.1 F. BURROWS.
On SATURDAY, 10th, a OAJ- Hrmilton, 7th November, 1881.-3 3p
DA I, 12th, and TUESDA Y, 13th For Sale.


December, 1881,


vill please be prepared to take I SONGS, (Sentimental
early as practicable after their ar- Jokes, Conundiums,
Jokes, Conundrums, .
-Also on hand- Comic Skel
For Sale, a nice little PRICE-eserved Seats, 2.
Milch Cow. Galery,6d.


Giving from three to four quarts Milk perda).
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN.
Hamilton, 21st Nov., 1881.-2
Horse Stable Manure.
We are prepared to receive orders for above
AN1UIRE,
direct from Car Stables in New York City, at
most reasonable rates in Bales of 500j& 600. lbs.
Sample at our Stores.
OUTERBRIDGE BROS,
Reid at., Hamilton*
November 21st, 1881,


1 and Comic)
Dancing and
tch.
Front Seats, le.


TICKETS for Reserved Seats may be ob-
tained at the Stationary Store adjoining the
"Royal Gazette" Office, OFFICER's MESS, R.
I.R.
Tickets also to be obtained of Color and Pay
Sergeants of Companies.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence
at 7-30.
Carriages at 10-30.
President, Lieut. R. A. S. Buckle; Treasurer,
Lieut. H. Welman; Business Manager
Sergt.-Bugler W. F. Cheesman; Stage
Manager, A Soutttr.
God Save the Qeeunt,


A Good Substantial


For particulars please apply at the Royal
Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, November 22, 1881.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 19th Nov., 1881.
Knud Anderson, Win Bean, Augusta Btts, E
Butterworth, W F Davis, Wm B Herbert, zisz.
beth Kemp, Mary Lightbaurne, Barque '* JO~
Maria," Barque "Maggie," Anna L Pewr, ;Jo i
Pordsches, James Read, B P Ritebarhweo, eLter
Smith, George Simona, Charle Scot, fzIizbh
Swan, Charlotte Swan. Jane Smith,; BeaaiuO
Saunders, Mrs T F Iucker, Lucy Trott, Ellen
Tucker, Eleanor J Williams, E Wood.
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN T(E
POST OFFICE ST. GEORGE, Nov. 19tb, 1881.
Katherine Albony, M J Dunlearey, Henry C
Dawson, John Genders, James Hayward, Patrick
Maguire, M.O.G., John Runolman, R D Weaver.


EJ. A. RICHARDS. For the purpose of Electing an HONORARY
-.g I Hamilton, November 22, 1881.-I pd present Honorary Secretary wishing to be al-
C EAP FOR CASH. Notice This. lowed to resign the office immediately after the
CHE AP FOR CAUSH. INotice This. coming Race Meeting. The Meeting of the1
Stewards of the Races will be held on the con.
The Subscriber has just received ON RETURN OF THE SCHR. MAGGIE, of the GeneralMeting
per S. S. Orinoco his usual supply of OI. .New York, D. LAFFAN,
FALL AND WINTER From JBW O Hony. Secy.
FALL AND WINTER WILL BE SO D, Boaz, November 20, 1881. Hony. Secy.
wy a. 'JnN. Q99\ -. k 7 A---


THE Schooner Rebecca," was
loading at Jacksonville on the 15th inst.,
with PITCH PINE.
The Brigt. "Earnest," with FISH
GUANO, and ONION BOXES was to leave
Portland, Me., on 18th inst., and the Schr.
"Sarah Wallace," with Red Star
Brand" POTATOES and ONION BOXES
was to leave St. John, N. B. on the 18 inst.
TROTT & COX,
Hamilton Bermuda,.
November 22,1881.
Royal Gazette only

Notice.


!


rArA


I


|


i


(


I


i


I&- L> 4 c


rA R






BERMUDA ROYAL- GAZETTE.


'. ~~.,fla~*,..-'~"-''*- -'-,. -


DR. CLARK
JOHNSON'S















..a


[TRADE MARK.]
BDyspepsia, Liver
ItUReS t gue, nheuma-
hSt H ewa't Disease,
Biliousness, Nervous Debigty, etc.
The Best REMEDY iNOWN to Man!I

P Oq,00t Bottles
dO AoLD siNCE "15so.
27Is Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Ptyane in the Saliva,
Shich converts the Starch and Sugar or the
tbod Into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyallne
causes Wid and Souring of the food In the
stomach. If the medicine is taken immedl.
-ately after eating the fermentation of food
i prevented.
It acts upon the lAver.
it aets upon the Kidneys.
it ieunleates the Bowels.
It Purifies the Blood.
It sulet the Nervous System.
It rPomotes oigestlon.
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates.
It carlr 4le o 1<1 Oldlood and mniL- ----


For Rent, ,

AA Shop & Dwelling,
Corner of Church and Burnaby Streets, in
this Town.


Apply to


JOHN ROGAN.


For Rent.

i^ Palmetto Hall,
West Side, Somerset.


Apply to


Hamilton, Novr. 8, '1881.


W. J. HENEY'


November 15th, 1881.*


To be Let
In the Town of St. George,



On Water Street, (Central),
Suitable for the Sale of Soda Water and ether SPAIN,
Beverages. EGYPT,
Apply to CANADA,
JOHN T. BOURNE. GREECE,
St. George's, November 11, 1881.-2


For Sale,

A Rma'4 ll L.a- h-h,


.zJL Ij#lAt,'u -A
Highly Finished, with Sli
Centre, Screw and o
ALSO,
A GRINDSTONE
gether with a Complete
Turning and Fitted.
Apply by Letter or person
R. S. WARD, or at the Offic
November 15th, 1881.

FOR SALE C


It opens the pores of the skin and induces a*
Healthy Perspiration, -- -
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison im. the The well known
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. e St jl
There are no spiritsecmployedin Ifinmanufacture, and 1 L
it.can be taken by -the most delicate babe, or by the
a.d and feeble, ce otra!/ l bein reqteed in attention to Formerly the Governor's
tons or more ; is in staunchl
CATARRH CURED. ngs, &c., complete.
DRAn SIR,-I haVe used your INDIAN BLOOD The Somers" is still su
SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
been afflicted with catarrh for a long time, could Apply to
get no relief, until I commented using the BLOOD HENJ
SYRUP. I was about to give it up because imme- Hamilton, Nov. 1st, 1881.-tf.
diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
but on consulting a physician was informed that it
was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect The E state oi
circulation. and acting on fhe diseased matter in my T sof
stomaet, cabised by the droppings of -the catarrh J. N. H. Whi
matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
ranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by A LL Personshaving any [
he medicine. I have been entirely cured by your the said Estate, are
valuable remedy, them in to the Subscribers
Respecifully yours, day, the 26th November (P
J. H. SMALLWOOD, INI)EITEDI), will please
No. 319 West 10th st., New York City. same date.
EUGENIUS JONES
RHlEUIATIS.M AND KIDNEY COxMPLAINF. J. H. TRIMINGHA
SiR,-I give my testimony with pleasure to: he October 24, 1881
beneficial results of your BLOOD PURIFIER; my
kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
nmatism in my right knee, jAint swollen twice he To be continued till
size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large.'
size m ade a perfect cure. I Will also say my diges-
tion has improved so that I can cat anything within I.T M 0tA.
reach. 'Li
P. F. MARRON, arble &
S. No. 19 Beach-st.,New York City.
WOfM
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORKCITY. HAZEraX, No
iDAt SJR,-.Your justly celebrated INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP has entirely cured me of Sick G"01G-2a A 1k SA
Headache ard Dyspepsia, of 10 years' standing i
It also cured my child of scarlet Fever, and my
wife of Female complaints. --
GEORGE 1. REYDNOL. MONUMENTS, TOMB!


Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl-
man Brothers, dealers in hocse stock), cured of
Dyspepsia and Indigestion of many years' standing.
Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
by physicians without beneficial effect.
CONSTIPATION WITil HEADACHE.
No. 99 WEST HoUSTON-ST.,CITY.
SiR,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
me entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that is
islhe best medicine that any person can take for
fick headache.
ALICE REED.

DYSPEPSIA.
DEAR SiR,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
RUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for five
years,) with the happiest results.
A few doses placed my stomach in a condition to
digest food-theieby relieving me of those distress-
Ing paiuts expeiienced by dyspeptics after eating-
and although it at first caused occasional dizziness I
it n ie kl #1iizn Pn d nn mr -n invi i t mqp


FLEET,
ITALY,
FRANCE,
ENGLAND,
THE QUEEN,


DENMARK,
HOLLAND,
HELVETIA,
ERIN.


PROPOSED SAILINGS
(Subject to Change.)


LIVPRPO(


SLUtfu, 'l I From Liverpool.
de Rest, Universal,
other Chucks. Spain, Wed. Sept. 28
er uItaly, Oct. 5
Helvetia, 12
En'gland, 19
attached, to- Egypt, 26
Set of TOOLS for Erin, Nov. 2
Spain, 9
Italy, 16
nal; to LcE. CoRPL. XHelvetia 23
ce of this paper. England, 30

LONDON
)R HIRE. From London.
*Holland, Wed. Sept. 21
Sail Boat *France, 28
m- Canada, Oct. 5
P be Queen, 12
*Denmark, 19
Yacht. Capacity 9 Greece, 26
order, with moor- *Holland, Nov. 2
*France, 9
itable for a Yacht. Canada, 16
The Queen 23
*Denmark, 30


RY T. DYER,


Sthe late1
te, Esq.

)EMANDS against
requested to send
on or before Satur-
roximo), and those?
make payment by


S,
LM,


I Executors.


OL LINE.
To Liverpool.


Sat. Oct.

Nov.

KS Ct


15, 11. a.m.
22, 3. p.m.
29, 9.30 a.m.
5, 3. p.m.
12, 9-30 a.m.
1Q R "


Sottc

The UNDERTAKING Business
Is now carried on in the new building next
South of the Hamilton Steam Saw Mills.
by JOHN C. DAVIS,
Manager..
N.B.--Orders promptly attended to at
the Lowest Prices..
Hamilton, August 30f, 1881.
Protection against FIIRE
A'7 TiHE., M OST11 MOD EtATE R AT' E
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
(f the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PiROP'ERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,,
A a e.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.




GUION LINE.


.t, O. p.I. 6 P .
26, 8-30 a.m. United Sta
Dec. 3, 3. p.m.
10, 8. a.m.
,, 17, 1-30p.m. F J :

LINE. CALLING
To London I EAV
Wed. Oct. 12, 8-30 a.m.
19,2. p.m. ARYSINIA T
26,7. a.m. WYOMING
Nov. 2, 2. p.m ARIZONA
9,7. a .m ATZON
16,12.30p.m WISCONSIN
23,6. a.m LdASKA (New)
"4 30,12-30p.m NEVADA
Dec. 7, 6. a.m WYOMING
it i t I aAI I


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


s New York, Sept. 22, 1881.


Manager.


22nd Nov.


Granite

KS,
va Scotia.




STONES. &c.. in


every style. -
Bermuda Orders solicited. Satisfaction gua-
ranteed.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front St.,
Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, Oct. 11, 1861.-6mos.

j NOTICE.


le an Atoutg
Hhds., Half Hhds., and Sixth
Hhds.
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON &CO.,
ARMY AND NAVY BREWWEIRS,
HALIFAX,
is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
d f, a I- s nnt i; irin -


I; qUI UI UsappearefCU on my contIi n LUl IIUI ILngs Use. e JL LIUIJ.on
My digestion is now almost perfect, and I leel great- Fr Sale b
ly benefited.
Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN, A. J. RIC [5 A R DSON
No. 333 West 32nd st., New York City. Sole Ag' en
St. George's, Bermuda.
NEW YOR, Feb. 3, 1880. January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9
C.Johnson, M. '+.,
DEAR SIRa,-I take pleasure in recommending Ro t. &1 1 L
your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable .0o0..G- j. L eeI& O J 0
remedy for Dysp psia. My wife has been a suffr-
er fron ri6dicai .yspeptio attack# of the most Conuissioti ie'ehaP.ts,
aciw na fr'yor-p i y6ers During sue-auacks .and INS URA VCE BR OKERS,
death would almost be a relief to her. She was 3 l
drescribed lor by several doctors without effect. 18 Leadenhall Street,
Nothing gave her relief until she obtained a bottle AND T LLOYDS,
o1 your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. Its effects AD A LLYD
Wftz*w aderfuiand bhe is now entirely cured. It LONDON, E.C.
is a medicine that no household should be without Personal attention given to Consignments of
P. YOUNG, Bermuda PiRODUG ; and the filling of Her-
No 261West Houseten-St., City. mudian orders.
u ......... ..... 111 0 ,oo April 30, 1881.


DEiRUDA,- JU1JV ItUJ iOO8U.
a DEAR Sta,-This is to certily that I have found
more good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
Y ty Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
and aIdigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
4i to tiy DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S INDIAN
BLOOD SYVI UP.
SAML. G. ADAMS.
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. Georg


THE WOELD's PROGRESS IN TEN YEAns.-An Eng-
lish statistician, Mr. Michael G. Mulhall, gives
the following figures as representing the .world's
increase in the elements of progress in the decade
between 1870 and 1880; Percentage of increase in
population, 9-76; in agriculture, 8'58; manufac-
tures, 18'60; commerce, 38-20; mining, 47-96;
carrying trade, 63-32; earnings of nations. 19,85;
public wealth, 10-57; taxes, 22-84; public debt,
43-39. The tangible increase in public wealth
since 1870 would suffee to pay off 88 per cent of al
existing HUtional debts.


94


tes ,Mail Steamers.



AT QUEENSTOWN,
'E NEW YORK
V T UA%'"


osday Oct. 18, 1.30 p.m.
" 25, 6.30 n.m.
" Nov 1, 1.00 p.mn
" 8, 6.30 a.m
" i< 15, Noon
* 22, 5.30 n.m.
" 22, 11.30 a.m.


The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms ardon main 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.
The U. S.Mail Steamer Flamborough" from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
he transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Oct. 6, 1881.

RTMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
ME RY
RIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and


Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant
For warm climates it is invaluable.
W Ai, RIVMMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER-
WATER.
-, .. RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
$ COLOGNE.
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
S , WATER.
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra.
grant Perfumes.
ie a Gt rr RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
THE above WA ICH ES for both gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly agreeable coolness fo the head.
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Move- RIIMMEL'S PURE WHIIITE GLYCERINE'
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and the
anstyleof Case with Crest, Monogram, &., Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
an style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &, RIMMEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
engraved. ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
Remember the American Watch Co. received boxes, barrels and packets.
the Gold IMedal at the late Paris Exhibition. RIM MEL'S AQUADENTINE, cleans, whitens
E. CHILD) and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
Front Street, Hamilton, RIMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, orNa-
Deer., 16 1878. u.o.' tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
TH E P E A R L. RE MMr L,PerfumerbyappointmenttoH R.
TH EA-A-f- 1-A ^Le A H. Princess of Wales, 96, S1 rand, London, and 17
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed Boulevard des Italiens, Paris,.
4;Ill I May 27, 1879.
k. ~


1W57E offer, under the above brand, a full'
S weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver-
age standard of Orange County milk. Every can
is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the
principle that low prices combined with good
quality and honest weight, command the trade.
Price per single case 48 16-oz. cans is 65
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75.
H. K. & F. B. T[IURBERt & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.

RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within a tow
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond thatwhich formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
soM.E goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
BRANDS.
II. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
NEW YORK.
LONDON. BORDEAUX.
PS.-Our goods are for sale by mo i'oc s
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6m.


ASK your Grocer for 4.
SSOAP.


E. WHY LAND'S


NAM

H
-J
LW

'0
lz

z
M<'

0.






w


<
|
ui



3:
0


V A CARD.
T rpHE Undersigned' respectfully directs the
A attention of the MEIIN CHANTS() OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with the Ilouse.of
ZHI. X. 'i F W hurber dL 0Co.
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
Products,
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that be is
practically familiar with the wantA 6f that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and:Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur-
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With 11. K. & F. B. TIIURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12rn





S IFUMERY,
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the
very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
Sine Prize Medals, including London,
Vienna, Philadelphia,
Only Gold MJedal, Paris, 1878, i
:' Two Silver Medals and. "First
B Order of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
ATKI3SOS OHOIOCE PERFUMES FOR
THE HANDKERCHIEF.
SWITE R03E, FRA;l?AN'IE, YLANOYLANG,
STEPiHiANTi3, OPGPAIAX, JOCKEY CLUB, ESS.
SeBOUfdUlT, TREVGL, tiAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOOD
VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BSUqUET,
i and all other odours, of the finest quality only.
!' ATKNSON'S FLORIDA WATER,
a most flagrant Perfume distilled from the
choicest Exotics.
ATKEiSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTIONI,
avery refreshing Wash which stimulates the
Ssin to a healthy action and promotes the
growth of the hair.
ATKIN SON'S
ETHEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
a powerful Perfume distilled from the finest I
flowers.
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOILET VINEGAR,
a new and indispensable Toilet accompani-
ment, and most refreshing Perfuipp for the
S Handkerchief.
ATKINSONIS WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other Specialities and'general articles
of Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the
manufacturers_
J. & E. ATKIIyON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List free on appHation.
lNOTICE.-Purchasers are cautioned to avoid
S counterfeits by observing tpat each article is
labelled with the firm's Tradh 0Mark, a "White
B'ESTABLISUED 1799.

(n.


S SK your Grocer for A. E. WHY IAND'S
SOAP.

JdLM./JV.IgHK.--NOVE MBER, 1881.


Se'.
0
cis. sets.

Tu 6 4,1 4 52
We 6 45 4 52
Th 6 46 4 51
Fri 6 46 4 51
Sat6 4.7 4 52
. 6 48 4 52
Nlo6 48 4 52


m Tide. REMARMIS.
o

1 8 18 8 -.
29 6
3 9 54.
4 10 42 Eng. Mail of 10th
b 11 30 [inst. due
6 12 18 1st in Advent.
7 1 6F.Qr.T4


T1,E BERMITDA ROYAL GAZETTPIA.P#| d
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHE .'EE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
M ajesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
Hamilton, -
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will, be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agepts
at St. Georges for the RoIal Gazelle
Messrs. GEORGEBOYLE & Son, West End
Water Street. .


69 14, 11. a.m
49 21,3. p. ai.


ue


A".1.1 E 0 1 L.". T !Vu




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs