BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 49.-Vol. LVII. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAs 24s. per Ann.
Hamilton, Bersnu da, Tuesday, .Tovember 29, I SS I.
i- __.rI, u- i 1 T1^ *. -r ^.- ^" m r ji~w
To the Editor of Royal Gazette.
DEAR Mn. EDITOE,-I was much shocked at the
disturbances which I had to witness in Queen
Street on my way home on Saturday evening last.
There was a large number of boys collected there-
fighting, rolling about, screaming and making use
of most obscene language. If my senses and feel-
ings were disturbed in merely passing along, how
much more so must it have been for the residents,
shopkeepers and persons having to make purchases
at the Stores in that street. The Patroling Con-
stable was sought for, but his services were requir-
ed at a distant point. Would it not be advisable to
have at least two constables on patrol at the same
time, one at the East end of the Town and the
other at the West, and have rattles or whistles so
that one might go to the other's assistance when
needed. We are sure that our Police Magistrate
would, with his usual attention, manage the matter
to the satisfaction of the Public if sufficient force
'was placed at his disposal. Yours, &c.,
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DiUA Six,-Please grant me a little space in your
valued journal, to inquire how it is that although
there are five religious denominations in this Parish,
there is only one denominational newspaper (?)
Hamilton, November 14, 1881.
Having been favored with a copy of the Census
of the Turks' and Caicos Islands-taken on the 4th
April last-we give in the following Table, the
three most important items of information to the
general reader, which it contains. An increase of
nine persons only has taken place in the populatioL
since the last Census viz., in 1871 :
N1 X- 0 0 00 N m
k- -d 00 CO I-4
-.04 00 1- 00 C9 .d~4
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*00 1- t-40aC
co I CI
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10 I-i V cqi Aq
S 9 0w = CO 0m
,+ 4 C x-t4 qt
*^ 0 00 01 *t
- ^ l-
m 1-4 IrDcc0C r-q 00
(=) 0 '44 I- I-
0 CD w I w~
0") a 0~O00t- 0 C4m 0V
z -RI&OP!I CID o f '
UopmX*000 4v00 00a a
,a r~~)e zcq
smpulou! 0tguls 1-fI I
~t~f~U ~ mT to .C"'00 to00 100 10
*s aroJlbgS urn v I <
" St. George,
Captain J. F. LESEUR.
Monday, Thursday, Sa-
Three regular Trips a week between
St. Georges and Ramilton via H.
MONDAY, 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.
PASSENGER RATE OF FARE.
From St. George's to Dockyard or Hamil-
ton................. .................. 3s.
From Hamilton or Dockyard to St. Geor-
Children between 5 and 14 years, half price.
Hamilton and Dockyard, each way....... Is.
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.
O4 Freight at customary rates and owners
risk when landed on wharf.
WM. E. MEYER,
St. George's, October 31, 1881.-4
A Sum of Money
TO LOAN on Bond and Mortgage in amounts
not less than 100.
OR&MOND T. MIDDLETON
Elamilton, Oct. 17th, 1681.
I-o1___ I _
OER The loyal Irish
4 A3 IASTREL TROUT
" h tWill appear at th
an o raTheat. re Ito
On SI.TUI1 DA Y, 1 uth,
V1f1D 12th, and TUEN.D.
SdersUnder the Patronage of
Notice to ilders Major F. R.C.C
and Cotrctos..Entire Chanqe of Poogi,
EALED TENDERS will be received by the
Undersigned for the Erection of the SONGS, (Sentimental am
FORESTERS' HALL .Jk(,. Conundrums. Dan
On Ireland Island, until noon of
PHICE--Reserved Seats, 2,. Fro
)nt Seats, Is.
SINAL IN NOTICE.
ALL ACCOUNTS against the Estate of the
late CHARLES A. HAYWARD, (de-
ceased), are requested to be rendered fo tohe
By Noon of 30th, Aov., 188 1.
THOMAS S. HAYWARD,
JOSEP-1 M. HAYWARD,
St. Georges. Nov. 21st, 1881.-2
IT '\ i I
ALL Persons having CLAIMS against ihe
A Estates of the late Misses ',i.I)ZA
WHITK DILL, DIANA DILL and SARIA I
PENISTON DILL, daughters ,f the late Rich-
ard Gilbert Dill, of Devonshire Parish, are
requested to render Bills of the same before the
10th of December proximo.
CLARKSON TYNE S,
Hamilton, Bermuda, 22nd November, 1881.-:3.
Has just received per Str. Orinoco" a large
consignment ( f
(,f the follvwigwell-known Brands-
Ti'P TOPS, CONSECH \S,
FLOR DE CR ETA, & EMB.i JJADOR :-.
Thi se Cigars ar f the best quality and wi ]
be sold at a very low figure toir ,cash.
H. A. GRANTHAM,
46 & 47 F'ion SIreet .
Nov. 20, 1881.-3 ins.
Via New York,
Per S. S. "Orinoco," from West-
W HO- RSE S
SUITABLE FOR SADDLE, CARRI \GE,
TRUCK and FARM.
The Undersigned has received per
Brigi. Excelsior, from Shediac,
650 BARRELS GAIRINET
"Tait's" Star Brand,
Per Schooner (. H1 Foster, front
New Y ork,
BARRELS and BAGS
FS a1 e GUAv0o,
E ags Peruvian G'U.V ,(O.
hThp aliovia. ,;n lip rn1,1 nb Ii b- .lol M avlka
e aDove w 'W'11 De soic at. lowest Taret
rhese Horses have been expressly selected for rates for Cash, and on accommodating terw
our trade and will bear particular inspection, to approved Customers.
New Supply HARNESSES,
Whips, Halters, &c.
Reid Street, Hamilton, Nov. 21st, 1881.
FOREST LAKE ICE COM-
Office at ICE HOUSE, East Broadway.
rpHE 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-
able price of flalf-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) in
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.
JOHN B. S TAHL & CO..
June 21st, 1881.-tf
Ex MIystery and
Barrels yellow V. P., very
Barrels M uscovado.
At lowest rates for the Cash.'
S. S. INGHAM,
6th Sept., 1881.
Has removed his Office to the premises of Mrs
B. H. Young, Reid Street, Hamilton, recently
occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, 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.
S. S. INGHAM
Hamilton, 22nd November, 1881.
J N -p
God Save the Queen.
To return Direct
The Fine Fast Sailing Baaqnae
S'ir G. .F, Sey/mour
W. J. WATLINGTON,
Will sail as above on or about the
OTH JANUARY NEXT.
For Freight or Passage pe.ese make e';rly ap-
plication to the Master on board, or to
J. H.. TRIMINGIHAM z SONS.,
Hamilton, 21st Nove.nber, 1881,
WAines for the Season.
(LAFtET imported annually for 32
T ',I'ERMNE years from same House in
Corner of Queen and Reid St, BUAGU Y (Sparkling
flas just opr ed a very large .ass .::-', of I)O Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
GE MAN TOYS CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extraldry)
and 1)0. Swiss
Fancy Chi.a IPare, trC. DO. Saumur
HJamilton, Nov. 21, i881. DO Vouvray
SIF1R ItY Fine Montilla
Ont ro business 11,- DU. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
marines llege M \NZANILLA 20 years in bottle
Bellcville, Ontario, Cantada. GOSLLA G BROS.,
THE thorough course of business training Hamilton and St. George's.
imparted in this Institution by experi- I Established upwarJs of 50 years.
enced and well known Accountants, who are May 28th, 1881.
authors of the standard works on Book-keep- --
ing, the "Canadian Accountnt" and "John- B e rr -I i i
son's Joint Stock Book-keeping," and the B eu d a I IIVe, V U L/
practical benefits of its teaching have gained i 3DE FR O i P URE IAINV
for it the front rank among the Commercial I' T/
Colleges, not only of Canada but America. "'W TER,
Students may enter at any time. Send for AN I e used under all circumstances without
College Circular. thi danger attending the use of imports p)
Address : ROBINSON & JOHNSON, Ice, which in most cases afect the system, in tioe
Belleville, Ontario, Canada. same manner as a change of drinking toater.
November 15th, 1881.-4 'rhe subscriber is now prepared to furnish Ico
at Depot, Burniaby Street, from 6 a.m., to6 p.m.,
N. B.-References to former Students from daily. Sunday from 9 a. in., to 10 a.m. De-
Bermuda. livered in lamilton uand vicinity from 8 a.m,, to
-- -- i2 o'clock, Sundays excepted.
Price Half-Penny per pound..
For ihe convenience of the public in case of
H U N T R A 1E ickrvss I have made arrangements to deliver
H UlN IR JA CEJ. lc at my manufactory at any hour, day or night.
TrHE Undersigned, Steward of the Royal Sd include Industry respectfully ask a
,T Bermuda Yacht Club, will provide Lun- ii f the ublic dutry respectfully asks a
cheon at the Hunt Races on the 30th Novem- continuance of the Public Patronage.
her, as usual. TH OI. AS .AoIILES.
ffr- The Tent will have the Club Flag fly- hliailton, May 31st, 1881.
J. L. AUSTIN. THE FAST
Hamilton, November 7, 1881. TEA
Employment Wanted z
AS MASTER BAKER,
Good Reference can be had.
(At present assistant Baker at Mr. C. B.
WAGES either night or day Reasonable.
Please addre-ss communication to
WILLIAM P. SWAN,
November 17th, 1881.-tf. 1 pd.
FOR STwrPT- BATS 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
T [ENDERS will be received at the OFFICE
of the COLONIAL SURVEYOR, Hamil-
ton, on or before 12 o'clock, noon, of
1st of December, 1881,
:From Persons disposed to tender for the
Erection of a Building
on St. David's Island; to be used as Quarters
for the Lighthouse Keepers.
Plan and specification can be seen and all
information can be obtained at the above OF-
FICE between the hours of 10 a.m., and 12
The BOARD or WORKS do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any tender.
J. H. M. RAE,
November 19th, 1881.
R. N. HOSPITAL, BERMUDA.
TENDERS in Duplicate, addressed to the
DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL, will
be received at the above Establishment, until
I 5th December,
From Persons willing to Contract for the
Supply of the following Articles for Her Ma-
jesty's Service, viz :-
Fresh MILK, per pint. POTATOES per lb.
HERBS lb. FOWLS "
Fine SALT EGGS Doz.
LEMONS doz. Wash. SODA lb.
For one Year
Commencing 1st January, 1882, and there-
after until termination of Contract by three
months' notice from either party.
The Articles to be of the best quality procur-
able here, subject to the approval of the
MEDICAL OFFICER in Charge, and to be deliv-
ered at the Naval Hospital according to de-
mand by Pass Fook.
Articles de: anded and not supplied, or
found bad in c -uality or deficient in quantity
to be purchased by the Storekeeper and Cash-
ier, and the cost charged to the Contractor.
By authority of the CAPTATN-IN-CHARGI,
Ireland Island, Nov. 18, 1881-2 3p. & 2 4p.
T HE Undersigned has now on hand a full
% U7 PER I? 1 OR
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
S BUTTE R,
BOX AND DRUM
At very Moderate Prices.
W. MATSON, R.N.,
Public Pier Store, Somerset.
November 5, 1881.
A Good Substantial
For particulars please apply at the." Royal
Hamilton, November 22, 1881.
E B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets.
i AS just received from London via New
.Lot York per Orinoco"
Fd4IC P I' TICLES
suitable for Wedding and other Presents
CHINA & GLASSWARE.
A Large Assortment of
Hamilton, Nov. 8th, 1881.
SK your Grocer for A. E. WHYLAND
Site, Plan and Specification can be seen on TICKETS for Reserved Seats may be ob-
application to the President or Secretary of tamed at the Stationary Store adjoining the
the Building Committee. Royal Gazette" Office, OFFICER'S MESS, R.
The Building Committee do not bind them- I. .
selves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Tickets also to be obtained of Color and Pay
By Order, Sergeants of Companies.
.y O PAIrKER, Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commence
J. W. PAIKER, 7"30
Secretary, t 7 130.
8 Victoria Row, Ireland Island. Carriages at 10-30.
5th November, 1881. President, Lieut. R. A. S. Buckle; Treasurer,
.- -.. Lieut. H. Welman; Business Manager
Potato s! Guano! I Sergt.-Bugler W. F. Cheesman; Stage
Otatoes uan1 i Manager, A Soutter.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at. Bermuda, between the
20th and 27th November 1881, height above the sea
where the Register is kept. being 246 feet.
! 27; ssw
30'18( 0-07 Qqually
30'060 0-69 Fine
30-050 0-04 Fine
29"840 0-OC Fine, hazy
30'010 0-45 Thick, squally
30'100 0-07 Fine
Ha milton, Aovember 29, 1881
November 28-Brigt. Rothsay, Churchill, St. John
N.B.; onion box material, &c, to W. T. James
November 23-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New
25-Brigt. Athole Cran, Carlin, Sydney, Cape Bri-
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE
November 23-Steamer Antonio, Seaborne, Amoy,
bound to New York; 2900 tons tea : called for
coal.-Agent, John S. Darrell.
26-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax; Eng-
lish mail of 10th instant and general cargo.-
Agent, J. M Hayward.
November 23-Bark Indefatigable, Backstrom,
23-Steamer Antonio, Seaborne,, New York; in-
26-Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica;
mails and freight.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha from Halifax on
Saturday last, Mrs. Flandyside, Mr. Lewis, R. A.,
Mr. Bollard, R. N, Mr. Burrell, Ordnance Dept.,
Surgeon Barnes, A. H. D., Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Im-
mary and Mr. Almon for Jamaica.
In R. M. Steamer Alpha hence for Jamaica:-Dr.
W. C Horne, Mr. A. W. Dodd, Mrs. Thomas Bur-
gess and daughter.-2nd Cabin, Mr. Thos. Burgess.
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco on Thursday last
for New York; Thomas J. Wadson Esq,Esq., M. C. P.,
F. W. J. Hurst, Esq., E. S. Jaffray, Esq., Messrs.
T. R. Pierson and T. H. D. Butterfield.-2nd
Cabin, Julia Pearman, W. N. Stephens, Frances
Orchard.--Steerage, George Trimingham, J. Wil-
liams, J. Jobbings, N. Prouse, J. Langford, J.
H.M.S.. Dido, Captain Compton E. Domvile,
from St. Vincent, Cape de Verd Islands, arrived
here on Friday last.
H M.S. Tenedos, Captain F. Fane, left here yes-
terday for Jamaica.
Staff Surgeon.BradleyGregory, of H M.S. Druid,
has been promoted to the rank of Fleet Surgeon.
We take the following from a New York Ex-
Osoys.-From our own experience, and the ob-
servation of others, we can fully indorse the testi-
mony of the "St. Louis Miller," on the healthful
properties of the above esculent. Lung and liver
complaints are certainly benefited, often cured, by
a free consumption of onions, either cooked or raw.
Colds yield to them like magic. Don't be afraid of
them. Taken at night all offence will be wanting
by morning, and the good effects will amply com-
pensate for 'the trifling annoyance. Taken regu-
larly they greatly promote the health of the lungs
and the digestive organs. An extract made by
boiling down the juice of onions to a syrup, and
taken as a medicine, answers the purpose very well,
but fried, roasted, or boiled onions are better.
Onions are a very cheap medicine, within every-
body's reach, and they are not by any means as
"bad to take" as the costly nostrums a neglect of
their use may necessitate.
[Copied from the American Grocer by request.]
Last week we chronicled the importation of cab-
bages from Germany, and now comes the importa-
tbn of potatoes from Ireland. The high price
ruling here has rendered the importation profitable.
The English dealers heard of this scarcity and lost
no time in making shipments of the vegetable to
this country. While the American potatoes are
sold at from $2 50@(3 a barrel, the product of Ire-
land cain be shipped to this country and an agreea-
ble profit realized by the dealers who sell them at
from $2 25@2 50 a barrel. The Irish potatoes bears
a close resemblance to the kind raised in America.
It is, perhaps, of more solidity, and is said to be a
rare and enticing dish. Last week 800 bags of
them reached this port on the White Star steamer
Celtic. Thirty tons were shipped on the Wiscon-
sin and 50 tons are on their way on the Britannic,
and more are expected in the Adriatic. The great-
er quantity of these potatoes come from the North
The Canadian Yacht Atalanta" has been beaten
in New York waters by the fastest of the American
yachts that could be brought against her, viz.: 'the
"Mischief" and the Gracie." The New York
" Sportsman" says: "had the Atalanta" been
even a proper preparation, got down to her bear-
ings, and had her tackle in ship-shape order, she
certainly would have rendered a much better ac-
count of herself than she did on Wednesday last,
when she acted as whipper-in to the "Mischief" and
the "Gracie," than whom two faster sloop yachts do
not float in these or any other waters. With a well
out suit of sails she would probably have made the
race of a much closer complexion. FHad she been
as well rigged and as well handled as her antagon-
ists, it is more than a probability that there would
have been no spread eaglism about the contest.,
The Canadian is a fine craft: all she wants is age,
a properly-fitting suit of clothes, and a competent
crew, and she will make the "Mischief" shew her
LieutoGeneral, Sir J. F. Lefroy, returns to Eng.
?and on being relieved as Governor of Tasmania by
Major Sir G. C. Strahan, who left England some
, ;ys since tor Hobart Town.-Army and Navy Ga.
tite, Oct. 29, 1881.
GENEfAL Mm Es.-The New York Herald of
the 15th instant says that General Meares, a Depu-
ty Lieutenant for County Westmeath, Ireland, has
1oen fired at by two men, behind a ditch, in broad
daylight but was not injured. No arrests have
[General Mears, is known to many in Bermuda
having served here with his Regiment the 1-20th
for nearly two years.-Ed. R. G.]
4th3 300 Engines stopped 16
5th, 280 hours 40 minutes for
6th, 298 sundryrepairs. 1Though
7th, the engines are capa-
8th, 380 ble of 100 pounds, no
9th, 402 greater pressure was
10th, 330 used than 65 pounds.
The < Alaska" has four masts and two funnels,
was built at Givan on the Clyde by Jno. Elder &
Co. (Mr. William Pearce, one of the builders, came
out with her, to see'how her machinery worked), is
8000 tons gross, 11,000 indicated horse power,
length 526 feet, breadth 50 feet 6 inches, depth 40
feet 7 inches, to upper deck 48 feet 7 inches. Her en-
gines are of the compound inverted direct acting
cylinder type. The Saloon forward of midships 64
feet long, is lighted by a dome skylight 24x15 feet
and the port holes. The staterooms are placed in
a double row on each side of the machinery casing,
with a few rooms forward of the saloon. The in-
termediate Cabin is placed aft, and further aft is
the steerage. The promenade deck is spacious with
officers rooms continued on the line of the'machinery
casing. It is expected that the "Alaska" will prove
the swiftest ship of the Trans-Atlantic Fleet,
The Excelsior Amateur Dramat i e
On Tuesday evening last at the Mechanics' Hall
this spirited amateur corps by special request re-
peated with great success, the performance of the
two very interesting farces entitled "Make Your
Wills" and "The Spectre Bridegoom." The au-
dience was not as large as it ought to have been,
but their was a fair attendance and all were highly
amused and not a few instructed by the evening's
entertainment. The cast of characters was excel-
lent and the dramatic person entered fully into
their work and deserve great credit for the success
they have obtained. Several of the company have
never been on a stage before and of course therewere
imperfections, one or two did not get the words out
as clearly as would be desired ; it is easy to make a
noise but it is difficult to articulate distinctly. Ham-
let it will be remembered says in his instruction to
the players "Speak the speech I pray you, as I
pronounce it to you, trippingly on the tongue; but
if you month it, as many of our players do, I had
as lief the Town-crier spoke my lines," and some
were perhaps at times hardly earnest enough either
in speech or gesture-a little too tame" and did
not "suit the action to the word, the word to the
action." The farce Make Your Wills" vividly
brought before us how much better it is for people
to make their wills while they are strong and vigor-
ous in body and mind, than to procrastinate until
they are weakened and impaired by old age, when
they are easily persuaded by a plotting relative or
scheming friend to improperly dispose of their pro-
perty. Mr. J. H. Harnett as Mr. Ireton made a per-
feet old man, the way he sat down in his chair, and
discoursed with his nephew Septimus showed he
was no novice in acting. Mr. C. F. Conyers as
Ireton's confidential servant carried out his duties
admirably and his jolly ways and humorous speech-
es frequently brought down the house with laugh-
ture. Mr. E. J. Thompson as Ireton's son Charles
did well as the affectionate young husband and du-
tiful son. Mr. H. F. Conyers as Septimus Plotter
laid his plans with remarkable cleverness and though
eventually duped and caught in his own snare it
was not on account of his bad acting but from his
acting bad. Mr. D S. Dickenson as Process showed
himself quite equal to the responsible duties of a law-
yer and seemed far toknowing to allow Brag to palm
himself off as his worthy old client Ireton. Mr. A.
R. Darrell as Process's clerk was easy and natural
in his new position and was fully alive to the im-
portance of the serious business in which he v, :'"
taking part. Mr. C. G. O'Neil, as Joseph Brag,
servant to Plotter, was perhaps the star of the even-
ing; his get up was very good and his acting almost
equal to a professional. The other farce was played
by several of the sxehtlemen already mentioned
with Mr. R. D. Whitter as Captain Vauntington
and Mr. J. R. Tuzo as Paul, who did their parts
very nicely. The actors knew their parts, no
prompting was heard, nor any noise behind the
scenes, and there was no confusion about the seatF.
The excitement and interest was well kept up from
the rise to the fall of the curtain. We congratulate
the Company on having revived the Drama in the
Town of Hamilton and wish them every success.-
The same programme should be given again at an ear-
ly day, andlater'on we hopeto see them in anew role.
Between the acts a portion of the Band of the Roy-
al Irish Rifles under excellent management gave
the audience some unusually fine music, at one
time it was so lively that many of the young peo-
ple found great difficulty in keeping their seats.
Bermuda Hunt Club.
At a general meeting of the members of the
above named Club, convened at the Town Hall
in this town on Friday last at 2 p.m.-there were
present His Honor the Chief Justice (in the chair),
Col. Newport, R. A., Lieut. H. D. Laffan, R. E.
Hony. Secty., Lieut. Hussey, R. E., A. D. C.,
A. C. G., 0. Ralph, Ord. Dept., R. D. Darrell,
Esqr., T. Fowle Tucker, Esqr., M. C. P., Dr.
Park B. Tucker, Chas..E. Clay, Esqr., J. W. M.
The Hony. Secy. informed the meeting that
owing to the press of military and other duties, he
felt obliged to resign the offices of Hon."Secy. to
the Club and Master of the Hunt, and he proposed
Lieut. Hussey, R. E., A. D. C., as his successor.
Mr. R. D. Darrell said that it was with reluctance
the meeting received the resignation of Lieut.
Laffan, to whom he tendered in the name of those
present, a vote of thanks for the efficient manner
in which he had carried out the duties of his office.
Lieut. Hussey in accepting the mastership of the
Hunt, said that owing to the small attendance at
the meets this year he thought it advisable for the
remainder of the season to call a meet but once a
fortnight, and that on such occasions he would sug-
gest that every riding member should do his best
to put in an appearance. He proposed also that
to vary the amusement there should be a gathering
of riding members one day in every week alter-
nating with the hunt weeks to practise tent-peg-
ging and other feats in horsemanship; he sup-
posed that lances could be obtained from New York
at a small expense or could be made here of ash,
hicory or any other light strong suitable wood. The
meeting then resolved itself into a Stewards Meet-
ing of the Bermuda Hunt Races for the purpose
of arranging the sums to be allotted for each Race
and other particulars which will appear on the
correct card sold on the Race day.
The Right Reverend Lewellyn Jones, D.D., the
Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and Bermuda, ar-
rived at Halifax from St. John's, Nfld., on the 20th
instant. His Lordship, as we before mentioned was
to havo been married to Miss Archibald, eldest
daughter of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor of
Nova Scotia on last Tuesday. His Lordship and
Bride, we have reason to know will be in Bermuda
The new Guion Steamer "Alaska" arrived at
Sandy Hook at 1 p.m. on the 10th, and sailed again
from New York for Liverpool on the 15th. Left
Queenstown, October 31st, 2"42 p.m., in a gale of
wind, and, owing to steam steering gear giving way,
did not leave the Hastnet till noon Nov. 1st. Run
to noon each day:
part was suppressed, has been issued in circular
form and is widely circulated. It is accompanied
in Roscommon by an address to the people calling
attention to the letter and concluding : Need you
be reminded that though the Land League is pro-
claimed, its sprit is indestructable. Adhere, then
firmly to the line laid down. The result will be,
not merely free land, but an independent and pros-
perous Irish nation "
The Austrian Foreign Ministry.-LONDON, Nov.
r8.-A despatch from Vienna says : "Count And-
assy has declined the Foreign Ministry. It is ax-
pected'that the nomination of Count Kalnoky for
that office will be gazetted on Saturday."
French Ambassadors.-PARIS, Nov. 18.-The
Courier du Soh' says : With the exception of M.
Challemet Lacour, French Ambassador at London,
all the representatives of France abroad will resign
Heavy Robbery at Moscow.-LONDON Nov 18.-A
despatch to the Teegraph from Vienna says a tele-
gram from Moscow states that while the treasurer
of the foundling hospital was on his way to the
Commercial Bank be was robbed of 300,000
The German Reichstag.-LoNDON, Nov. 16.-The
Times' Vienna despatch says the Imperial speech to
the German Reichstag produced a most profound
impression in Vienna by its earnestness and decision,
and the masterly style in which the task of legis-
lation is set before the Reichstag.
The Troops in the Regency.-It has deen decided
that an army corps 20,000 strong will continue to
occupy the principal points of the Regency until
January 4th, 1882.
HONG KONG, Nov 8.-Western Tonquin has been
ravaged by a terrible typhoon. 200 churches, 34
parsonages and colleges, and two thousand houses
have been laid in ruins. Six thousand christians
have been deprived of, their all. The losses are im-
mense, and the distress is described as terrible.
By -Public Auction,
30th Instant, at 12 o'clock, M.,
5 Superior Farm or Carriage
Just arrived from New Brunswick,
BERMUDA HUNT CLUB.
At a general meeting of the HUNT CLUB held in
the Town Hall, Hamilton, on Friday last, the 25th
His Honor The Chief Justice, in the Chair.
R. D Darrell, Esqr.,
Dr. Park B. Tucker,
Lt.-Col. Newport, C.R.A.,
T. F. J. Tacker, Esq., M.C.P.,
0. Ralph, Esqr., A.C.G.
C. E,. Clay, Esq.,
Lieut. Hussey, R.E., A.D.C.,
J. W. Skinner, Esq.,
Lieut. H, D. Laffan, R.E.
The Honorary Secretary and Master of the Hunt
Lieut. H. D. Laffan, RE., tendered his resignation
of that office, agreeing however to continue to hold
the office of Secretary to the Hunt Races for this
year, he proposed Lieut. Hussey, R.E., A.D.C.,
as his successor, which motion was seconded by T.
F. J. Tucker, E4q., and carried unanimously.
Lieut. Hussey agreed to accept the office, provi-
ded that while the number of members who ride re-
mains so small he be allowed to arrange for one
Hunt only a fortnight, namely on the Thursday of
the week during which there is no New York Mail.
-He suggested that on the alternate Thursday.
Tent Pegging or tilting at the Ring, might be start-
ed, provided that a certain number of members
would give it their support- (Any members who
have suggestions to make on this subject are request-
ed to communicate with the Secretary). The meet-
ing terminated with a vote of thanks to Lieut. H.
D Laffan, for the interest and zeal he had shown
in supporting the Hunt and Hunt Races, during the
period for which he had held the office of Master
and Secretary. The meeting then adjourned and
gave place to a meeting of the Stewards of the
Bermuda Hunt Races.
W. C. HUSSEY, A.D.C.,
Hony. Secretary, B.H.OC.
We recorded in our last issue the marriage, at
Halifax N.S., on the 7th instant, of A. J. Outer-
bridge, Esqr., of St. John's, Newfoundland, to
Miss Maria Tucker of Halifax: in that City's
papers of the above date, to hand by the Mail-boat
on Saturday, we find the following notice of that
"This afternoon St. Lukes's Cathedral was
handsomely decorated with flowers and brilliantly
lighted for a happy occasion. The bride was
Miss Maria Tucker, eldest daughter of E. D.
Tucker, Esqr., Swedish and Norwegian Consul at
this port. The groom was A. J. Outerbridge,
Esqr., of the firm of Harvey & Co., St. John's,
Newfoundland, agents for the Cromwell Line of
Steamers. The bride was handsomely dressed in a
costume of surah silk with veil and orange blos-
soms and was the admired of all. The Misses
Susie Wainwright, Belle Rutherford and Mary
Tucker, sister of the bride, were the bridesmaids,
and were attired in shell pink, -trimmed with cream
lace, and wearing cream satin hats with white
plumes. A. Outerbridge, Esqr., of New York,
brother of the groom, officiated as the best man.
After the ceremony a five o'clock reception was
held at the residence of the bride's father, after
which the happy couple took the 6 o'clock train
for Rimouski, and the steamer for England."
"The presents were valuable and numerous."
Arrival of the English Mail of the 10th inst.
The Royal Mail Steamer Alpha, Capt. Crowell,
with the English Mail of the 10th November,
arrived at St. Georges on Saturday last. She left
Halifax at the usual hour on Monday the 21st, and
made Bermuda at half-past 4 on Friday afternoon.
Had a'very stormy passage. No sights from port
The Alpha arrived at 8 a.m. Saturday, discharged
1700 packages freight, took in 58 tons of coal and
left for Jamaica at 4 p.m. of that day.
We are indebted to Capt. Crowell and other
friends for Halifax papers of the 21st inst, which
furnish us with four days later intelligence from
the United States and Europe.
LONDON, Nov. 18.-Mr. Lawson, proprietor of
the Telegraph. bought the Duke of Westminster's
estate for 200,000.
LONDON, Nov. 18.-The Daily News" learns
that John Dunn has notified the British authorities
that he is a candidate for the throne of Zululand.
VIENNA, Nov. 18.-It is reported that Count Kol-
noky, formerly ambassador of Russia, has been ap-
pointed Minister of foreign affairs.
LONDON, Nov. 18.-The operatives of the North
Staffordshire Potteries appeal to the public for aid in
their strike. The3 expect substantial aid from
The Anglo-French Treath Negotiations.-LoNDON,
Nov. 20.-Sir Charles Dilke had an interview with
Gambetta and Rouvier, Minister of Commerce, yes-
terday. It was understood it was found impossible
to fix any date for an immediate resumption of
treaty negotiations, though there is still reason to
hope that they will he resumed shortly.
VIENNA,Nov. 20.-Affairs in Dalmatia have taken
a serious turn. Brigands are plundering and burn-
BERLIN, Nov. 20.--An earthquake disturbance
reported yesterday originated at Zurich and passed
in two waves through Western Germany towards
VOLO, Nov. 20.---'he reduction of the Greek
forces in Thessaly tb a peace footing has been or-
Arabs Executed.-TUNIS, Nov. 19.-Four Arabs
implicated in the massacre of twelve employes at
Oued Zergha railway station, were executed there
ALEXANDRIA, Nov. 18.-A letter of Lord Gran-
ville the foreign secretary, respecting the British
policy in gypt, has produced good effect. Arab
papers republish the letter.
IRELAND. -PARNELL'S LETTER -NOT
ONLY FREE LAND BUT INDEPENDENCE
OF IRELAND SOUGHT.
DUBLIN Nov. 19.-Parnell's latest letter, of which
A BIG PRESENT.-Rev. Dr. Richard S. Storrs, I
pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn,
New York, was last night, Nov. 19, presented by
the members of his congregation and other friends
with a certified cheque for 35,000 in honor of the
35th anniversary of his pastorate.
Theie is in Roumelia a valley known as the Kez-
anlik, entirely given up to rose culture. During the
flowering season it is from the top of the hills on
either side one mass of flowers So saturated is the
air with the perfume that it clings to the hair and
clothes, and the scent remains for days on the latter.
The essence sells wholesale in Paris at 1,500 and
2,000 francs the kilo, and is retailed at 5,000 francs
Doors open at 6 o'clock.
formance at 7. Admission 6d.
A Band will be in attendance.
Hamilton, November 29, 1881
Prangs Celebrated Cards
CHRI-TMAS, NEW YEAR'S, BIRTHDAY
and PRIZE CARDS.
TCHROMOSrHEAVY MONTS &crn
JAMAICA.-In the "Packet Edition of the Glean-
er," of the 24th ultimo, it is stated that President -ALSO-
Pulido has been paid his little bill in the Pulido If .0 E li f
Musgrave case, by a cheque drawn on the Colonial M tlSWM 8 O L U E
Bank for 7,588 13/6. It isnot known seemingly '
who has paid this money, but the people speak'with safe, durable economical and non-explosive.,
great firmness to the effect that the Governor or by EBENEZER BELL,
the Island Treasury must not suffer, but that the
"Imperial Government must bear the costs of sup- i Sole Agent for Bermuda,
porting an Imperial position and international No. 1 West Front Street,
law." Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1881 j3 pd.
Somebody turned off the gass at the Hatton Gar-
den London Post Office on the 18th inst., and while Shell Bay R aces
the officers were getting it relighted some thieves S lie l Y a
walked off with all the registered letters containing
diamonds valued at half a million of dollars. 1st December, 1881.
There was a very severe snow storm at Halifax Sft e lia
on the 19th inst., several steamers, among them t amer R ellance
the "Nova Scotian" with the English mail of the
10th inst., were kept outside till the following day.
Sir John H. Glover, R. N., G.C.M.G., Governor ^ ... 1 _
of the Leeward Islands, is at present in Halifax.
N. S. Lady Glover has spent the fall in Halifax.
Sir John was to leave shortly for the West Indies.
We call the attention of our readers to an adver-
tisement by Mr. J. H. Jackson, of an important in-
vention which would often be a great accommo-
dation in our climate, and may be seen at his place
of business in Hamilton.
Iir A Supplement of 3 Columns
accompanies this issue of the Gazette." It
contains two original Communications, Report
of Cricket Match, Report of Guiteau's trial, of
another attempt on his life, and other matter
BIRTH, at Tankfield, Paget, on the 23rd inst;,
Mrs. W. Stanley Doe,of a SoN.
........, at Devonshire Bay, on the 25th of
November, Mrs. B. E. Smith, of a SON.
DIED, at Church Bay, Somerset, on Thursday
24th, instant, after a short illness, WILLIAM En-
WARD ELEAZER, infant son of-Susan Elizabeth, and
Josiah S. Roberts, of Antigua, W. I., aged 17
......, at "Rocklands," Reid Street, in this
town, on Monday, 28th instant, ALLAN WYETH,
infant son, of John H. Arton, M.D., aged seven-
teen months and three weeks.
........, in Southampton Parish, on Friday last,
Mus. RUTH ANN BEAN, aged 86 years, leaving three
Daughters and many other relatives and friends to
lament their loss.
The Fine Schooner
Ready for any Voyage.
Rates A. 14
WM. E. MEYER,
November 28th, 1881.-4
-La Kes iassenugei toLU Siely Day
and back leaving Hamilton 9-45 a.m., calling
at Mangrove Bay and Ireland Island.
Fare 2/ for the round trip, to be collected
29th November, 1881.
Money to Loan,
On Approved Real Estate Security.
M. S. HUNT,
28th November, 1881.-1 pd
Piano for. Sale.
In Solid Oak Case, made and bolted for the
Owner expressly for this Climate.
In perfect order, Price 35.
May be seen and tried at MRS. RANDALL'S,
Petrcea," Cedar Avenue.
November 28, 1881.-2
PI ANOFO RTE (by Collard & Collard)
LIEUT. THOMPSON, R.E.,
November 29th, 1881.
i. A House -and Lot,
A Market Wagon, In the Town o f Hamilton,
In perfect order; will be sold to a Responsible
Person 'nayable in May next.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
Hamilton, Novr. 27th, 1881,-1
For Particulars please apply to
R. D. DARRELL, ESQ.
Hamilton, Novr. 29, 1881.
A report comes from Bruceton, Pa., that 5 men. 2 Superior Heifers
supposed to be Fenians, are engaged in making ex- .-" In Calf.
plosives in a cave near that town.
It is expected that the United States expenditure ALSO,
next year for pensions alone willbe $100,000,000. 1 Berm uda M ilch COW
BooNVILLE, Mo., Nov. 20.-Thomas S. McDer-
mid, Marshal of this city, shot and killed A. B. B. W. WALKER & CO.
Thornton, editor of the Booneville "News," a Auctioneers.
Greenback orzan, yesterday afternoon. The "News" Hamilton, November 29, 1881.
yesterday morning had an article severely reflect-
ing on McDermid's official acts and indulging in
some personal abuse. N O TIC.7
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.-The Superintendent of
the Census shows the population of the United States T he R B Y C lub
at the last Census, to be 50,155,788. *h ...Jl
LoRD AsiBTRONHAM To MARRY A DASHING AMERI- WILL BE C CLOSED
CAN LADY.-The Paris "Gaulois" announces the On the day of the Bermuda Hunt Races
impending marriage of Mrs. Cartwright, "one from 10 a m. to 6 p.m.
of the most fashionable women of the American
colony" in Paris, to Lord Ashburnham, The Earl By Order of the Committee,
of Ashburnham, who is a bachelor just turned of REGIJ3LD G fIY,
forty, represents, according to old Fuller, "a family
of stupendous antiquity." What is more to the Secretary*
purpose is that hepossesses at his ancestral home in November 28, 1881.
Kent some of the most curious and interesting heir- ....
looms owned by any English family, including, ra m e D a
with a number of other personal effects of King Grand Pi rL e0 o e d
Charles I., the silken undergarmnets'and shirt worn
by that monarch on the scaffold, These came to It(t)'
him from an ancestor who was Groom of the Cham- 1_1' '' : ) ',.
ber to the King. The magnificent Ashburnham !
manuscripts, it will be remembered, were last year AT I- AML TON
sold to the German Government, to the great scan-Thursday enng et,
dal and shame of the British authorities. On Thursday Evening iext,
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
Reports. of Debates of
IMP R Hon. House of Assembly.
m 90-7-1 Ic ;":3
The Auction Sale of
Near Mangrove Bay, advertised by me to come
off on Wednesday, 30th instant,
Will not now take place.
Somerset, 28th November, 1881.-1
The Undersigned will be prepared
Refreshments tothe Pub-
lic on the day of the Races,
AT HIS TENT, outside the new building,
North West of the Race Course.
ALE, GIYGER BEER, 4-c., 4c. on hand.,
N. B.-Private Luncheon Room
for Ladies inside the Building. Entrance
West side of same.
Crawl, Nov. 29, 1881.
MILLIONS have tried and been benefited
by the use of F. A. MEYERS' COUGHI
DROPS. Those suffering from COUGHS AND
COLDS had better at once obtain a supply and
thus prevent the ill effects so often produced
by neglected Coughs, &c.
Always on hand-TAR, IlOOR HOUND,
FLAXSEED, Iceland Moss DROPS, &c.,
E. A. .,MEYERS.
East Broadway, Novr. 29th, 1881.-3m.
07 English and American Flags will be the
sign of E. \. Meyers' Tent on day of Races at
x A0A. ITM 7Wm177T-
2lsT NOVEMBER, 1881.
THE UNDERSIGNED, being a Committee
of the House of Assembly, appointed dur-
ing the recent Session, to inquire, and report
to the House, on what terms accurate reports
of the Debates of the House can be obtained,
and published in one of the newspapers, dur-
ing the next Session of the Legislature, invite
offers from persons !willing and competent ot
undertake that service.
Letters stating terms, and how soon after
the debates the reports will be published. are
to be addressed to the Committee, sealed, and
forwarded, under cover, to the CLERK of the
House of Assembly before noon on the 31st
day of December, 1881.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY,
S. C. OUTERBRIDGE,
W. H. WILKINSON,
THE Undersigned has' Removed
his place of Business to the Store
Next West of the Royal Gazette
And thanking Ihn P'h'i- for r'-at Patronage
Respectfully solicits a continuance of same.
W. H. WATLINGTON.
Reid Stieet, Hrmilton,
Novr. 29th, 1881.-1 S
TYDROLEINE, Hydrated OIL,
De Jongh's Cod Liver OIL,
V'nos Fruit '-ALT, Pyretic SALINE,
Cockles, Pritchards, Holloways Blairs, Jaynes,
bchencks and other PIILLR,
Lime JUICE, GLYCERINE,
Sedlitz POWDERQ, Liebig's Extract Peef,;
'SARDINE JAMS and JELLIES,
Citron and Mixed PEEL,
CONFECTIONERY, 7 and 14 lb. Tins,
STRAWBERRIES in Syrup,
i Plum ADDINGG,
BET'F IRON and WINE,
Bird CAGE', Gunther's Bird TONIC,
Tobacco, Regars, Cigarettes,
Manilla Segars, and Cheroots.
C. H. ROBINSON.
4 5 Front Street, Hamilton,
29th Novr., 188'. S
For Young and Old, at The Undersigned Offers Ex Brigt.
E. A. Meyer's Steam Confectionery. R 0 T H S Y7,"
Churches, Sunday Schools, Fairs and the If taken from the Wharf,
Trade, supplied at less rates than can be im -
ported. W. P. Lumber 1 inch at
Ornaments and Images made of pure sugar a
from the Mouse to the Elephant-come and 5 4s. 2d. per M.
see for yourselves. lA I) n 1 )1 ...- in1 i h .:a-.o Q
E. A. MEYERS,
General Agent for Santa Claus.
East Broadway, Novr. 29, 1881.-till 31 Dec.
Wanzer, Gardner and other Machines,
5 o'clock Tea TABLES,
Cigarette and Segar FIOLDERS,
Tennis BATS, Tennis MARKERS,
Tbihle IAM P14, very neat and chaste designs
Tennis SETS, Complete SETS,
Regulation Tennis BALLS,
Christmas CARDS and New Years
CEDAR Work, in variety,
PERFUMERY, Hair OILS,
China TEA SETS, Chamber SETS,
Pen KNIVES, SCIFSORS,
Folding Cane Seat CHAIRS,
Kerosene STOVES, with Utensils.
C. H. ROBINSON.
Hamilton, 45 Front Street, 1
29th November, 1881. 1
O to JOHN M. McNEILL & CO.,
if you want a Good Fitting Suit of
CLOTHJES.-(5 and 66 Front Street.
jOHN M. McNEILL & CO., have Engaged
the Services of a First Class Cutter and
Fitter.-65 and 66 Front Street.
JOHN M. McNEILL & CO., invite the Pub-
lic to Call and Examine their Large As-
sortment of Fine Suitings and Hants Stuff.-
65 and 66 Front Street.
Hamilton, Novr. 28,1881.-tf
W ITH ICE CHAMBER, to avoid the ne-
cessity of hastening burials; imported
by the Subscriber, and will be furnished at a
JOHN H. JACKSON.
Hamilton, Nov. 29, 1881.--lpd.
Will not make her regular trip to Hamilton
and Dock Yard on Thursday next, if the Races
at Shelly Bay are on that day.
WM. E, MEYER,
28th November, 1881.--
W. 1' i 1O 1 )iS, iIPmnIi Ion IIn Bes ie
Grooved nind Tongued at, 6 5s per M.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Bermuda IHunt Races.
D -b'b ta x0 21 m --m P., 1. S0 1
TFHESE Races, which are to be
" held on THURSDAY NEXT, the 1st.
Prox on the SIIELLY BAY TRACE COURSE,
will commence at 12, Noon.
An Enclosure, for the Members of the Ber-
muda Hunt and their Friends, with a Grand
Stand, has been provided, from which a good
view of the course can be obiaimed.--Admis-
-Children of 13 years old, and unclor, half
Correct Cards, containing the entries, colors
and full particulars will be obtainable on the
No Booths or Stands of any description
will be permitted on the ground, without the
written permission of the Ponorary Secretary.
Should it be necessary to postpone the races
a Blue Peter" will be hoisted at 9 a. m. at
the Signal Stations, which will signify that
the races will take place at the same time on
the following day, weather permitting.
TICKETS for admission to the enclosure
can be obtained at the STATIONERY STORE,
adjoining the Royal Gazette" Office, Hanm-
ilton, and at the COLONIST" OFFICE, St.
Georges, on Wednesday, the 30th Inst., and
at the Entrance to the Enclosure on the day
of the Races.
LUNCH and REFRESHMENTS will be
supplied by the STEWARD of R.B.Y. Club,
and ICEq, &c. in, the enclosure, by 1MR.
The MAIDEN STAKEq will remain open
for Entries until 11 o'clock on the day of the
H. D. LAFFAN,
The following are the Weights for the Han-
Lady Grey....................... list 2bs
Eclipse ...................... 12st 51bs
Juggler............................... 12st Olbs
Amoskeag...... ......... ... 12st 4lbs
Faugh-a-Ballagh.............. 12st 71bs
'SHELLY BAY HANDICAP.
T ip ... ............ ........ ............list 1bs
Souvenir................... .. .. .......10s 7lbs
Amoskeag ............................ list 71bs
Daisy........ .... ......list. 01b
Figaro...... ...... ...... ....list 71bs
Poul-a-Phooka ................ 12st 71bs
C NEWPORT. Lt.-Col.,R.A,
PARK B TUCKER, M.D.,
W. F. MOORE, D.A.C.G.
LOOK HERE! LOOK HERE!
Don't U Forget--
Nov. 28, 1881.-2 3p l- The Yacht
1 'Will b
-150,000 Feet Pitch Pine,
Cargo of Schr. W. G. MOSELEY,"
I now expected from Jacksonville,
Consisting of the following viz.
Scantling and Plank, of
Flooring Boards, Planed,
grooved and tongued.
The above Cargo is of very Superior quali-
ty, and if taken from the Wharf in lots of 1000
feet or more, a fair discount will be allowed
to Cash Customers.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 22nd November, 1881. 2 8p.
The Undersigned have Received
per S. S. Alpha," from Halifax, N.S.,
497 Barrels of
Garnet Seed Potatoes,
I (Selected with great care.)
We offer the above at Reasonable Rates and on
accommodating terms to approved Purchasers.
J. T. D.RRELL 4. CO.
Hamilton, Novr. 28, 1881.-2 3p
POLICIES ISSUED BY
The Western Assurance Company
of Toronto, Canada,
on Dwellings, Stores, and Merchandise for any
period of time, say one month to three years,
at lowest possible rates consistent with safety
Policies free and no extra charges.
Capital. ....... $800,000.00
Income for 1880, 1,301,734.59
Security to Policy holders Two Million Dotlar4.
Please apply to
SAML. A. MASTERS,
A. W. 1DOI)D, Agent,
Special Agent, Bermuda.
AT TH- TDYOE'T STOO .
Por those C'nvevance of Passen-
gers to the
Shelly Bay RACES.
In case of a calm day, there will
be a YALL Boat in place of the
Rate of Fare:
Round Trip ........ ...... .. .... ......1/6
Single I)o. ......................... 1/
Children 6 years of age; each way........ /6
3 ........ /0
Don't U1 forget--Billy Limhthourn is Pilot.
don'tt U forget to try and not be later than 10
I)on't U forget to look for the Union or Yall.
Don't U ibrget she is next relative to Steamer.
Don't U forget your pocket-books and leave
them on the Piano and the key in the door,
for U will not he able to bet on ttarli iht.
By recent arrivals from London
and Aew York,
LADIES JACKETS, Ulsters,
lDress MATERI -L, H-ATS,
Ill IBONS, 'TJTTIONS, U. Al1 tELAS,
Mens Felt H ATS,
A very handsome assortment of
Christmas, New Year and Birthday
And numerous ether Goods,
And a full line of
Choice Groceries for the Season.
For Sale, if applied for soar,
A few thousand Strawberry Plants,
of a choice variety.
Warwick, (near Pres. Church) o
Nov. 28, 181. once.
War Department Lands.
T ENDERS will be received in duplicate at
the COMTMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hamilton, up
to 12 Noon, of the
for the following
No. 6.--LND and BUILDINGS at Ferry
Point, St. Georges, extent nearly 30 Aeres.
Possession on 20th January, 18S2.
No. 49.-Immediate possession. P \ STURE,
about 44 Acres on both sides of road West
of the Happy Valley, Prospect.
No. 50.-Immediate possession. PASTURE,
about 17 Acres, between Vorts Victoria
and Western Redoubt, St. Georges.
No. 51.-Immediate possession. PASTURE,
about 16 Acres. North of Fort Victoria
and Albert, St. Georges.
(Nos. 50 and 51-Formerl3 Letting No. 2.)
Forms of Tenders can be obtained at the
Commissariat Office, Hamilton, where the li-
mits of Letting No. 49, can be ascertained.
The limits of the Lettings in the S't. Geor-
ges District may be ascertained on application
to the Divisional Officer, Royal Engineers, St.
JOHN H. RANDALL,
Senior Commissariat Officee,
"Colonist" copy twice.
ON RETURN OF THE SCHR. MAGGIE,
From .New York,
WILL BE SOLD,
At Public Au c t i o n,
A Portion of her Cargo:
5 O to 75 Bbls. and 50 Cases KEROSENE,
D I and Astral OIL-best quality,
20 Tons best Stove COAL.
50 Bbls. and Hlf. Bbls. S. F. FLOUR,
15 Bbls. Kiln-dried Corn MEAL,
100 Bags CORN and BRAN,
10 Bbls. Rye FLOUR,
15 Half Bbls. Family BEEF and PORK,
20 Tins Family LARD,
10 Bags Superior COFFEE,
&c., &c., &c.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, Nov. 21, 1881.--2 3pge
The Undersigned is now Receiving
Ex ',1rgt. Rothsiy" from St. John, N.B.,
Onion Box MATERIAL
Tomato Box MATERIAL
The Now Ten Slat BOX,
Garnet Seed POTA TOES
A Choice lot,
N ILS, 5d 4d, and 3d.
,I "TO 4' 557 inch
39 M. feet W. P. LUMBER, a part
of which is Planed and Matched.
Two Large SPARS,
Su tab'e for Lower Masts.
The above Cargo is offered at lw Rates.
I'aries having engaged Potatoes and Box
MatiU-rin) will p lIse receive same this week.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
hamilton, Nov. 28, 1881.-2 3p
Notice to Customers.
T HE 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 ISth inst., and the Schr.
"jSarah Wallace," with Red Star
Brand" POTATOES and ONION BOXES
was to leave St. John, N. B. on the 18 inst.
TROTT & COX,
2 esO8 ate its omestic
Apply at 'EIMBROKE HALL.
Novr. 28th, 1881.--1
EXPEC'TED in Schooner "Meteor"to arrive
early next month.
which will be offered cheap for Cash.
Parties Iaving engaged to purchase any of
these ai nals will please be prepared to take
them away as early ps practicable after their ar-
-Also on liand-
F or l 3e, a nice little
Mi ch Cow,
Giving from three to four quarts Milk per da).
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN.
Hamilton, 21st Nov., 1881.--
TENDERS will be received at the
OFFICE OF THE COLONIAL SURVEYOR,
Hamilton, on or before 12 o'clock, Noon, of
Thursday, 15th of Deer., 1881,
From Persons disposed to tender for the
ERECTION OF AN ADDITIONAL
Plan and 'S'pecification can be seen and all in-
formation can be obtained at th above Office,
daily, between the hours of 10 m., and 12,
THE BOARD OF WORKS do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any tender.
J. H. M. RAE,
November 26th, 1881.-1
COLONIAL SURVEYOR'S OFFICE,
Hamilton, 21st Novr., 1881.
Rules and Regulations for Cause-
ALL PERSONS are forbid-
.. den to drive any horses or other
beasts of burden on, or over the Swing Bridge
or any other Bridge faster than a walk, under
a penalty of ten shillings for each offence.
2.-The Swing Bridge will be opened for
the passage of sailing vessels, boats, barges
and hulks not exceeding thirty tons; and of
steamboats irrespective of tonnage between
sunrise and eight o'clock in the evening from
the FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER to the THIRTY-
FIRST DAY OF MARCH, both days inclusive,
and between sunrise and nine o'clock in the
evening at all other times.
3.-When the Bridge is once opened for the
passage of a boat or boats it will not be closed
until the boat or boats be through in safety.
When the Bridge has been closed Her Majes-
ty's Mails will take preference of all other
Travellers, Beasts, Carriages, Carts, &c., &c.,
in passing over.
J. H. M. RAE,
Colonial Secretary's Ofice,
Hamilton, 26Rth November, 1881.
The Schools Act, 1879.
Notice to Parents and Others.
UNDER the above Act the father, or, if he
be dead, the mother, or, if she be mar-
ried again, the stepfather, of every child above
6, and under 13, years of age, is- required to
make a return in writing to the local Parish
Vestry of the names, in full, and ages, of all
children within the above ages in his or her
family, or under his or her care or control,
stating with respect to every such child where
such child is being educated, whether at home
or at school, and if at School at what School.
The mother, or, if she be married, the step-
father, of every illegitimate child is required
to make similar returns.
The above returns are required to be sent
in to the Parish Vestries before the 31st of De-
cember next, and afterwards half-yearly, viz.,
every June and December.
Any such father, mother, or stepfather, fail-
ing to make any such return, or knowingly
making any false or incorrect return, is made
liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty shil
lings, besides costs of prosecution.
By the Act every such father, mother, or
stepfather (as the case may be) is made liable
to pay a School Rate of Six Shillings a Quar-
ter for every child between the above ages
with respect to whom the Parish Vestry does
not receive satisfactory proof (by the Certifi-
cate of some Teacher or other sufficient evi-
dence) that such child has attended a school
approved by the Inspector of Schools, or the
Parish Vestry, at least three out of every four
School days during the Quarter, unless the
Vestry shall be satisfied, by proper evidence,
that the child has been prevented attending
school by sickness or infirmity, or by the want
of a proper school, which he could reasonably
be expected to attend, within a reasonable
distance, or by other reasonable cause to be
allowed by the Vestry, or that the child has
been receiving a sufficient education by pri-.
Parents, or others, wilfully, or unreasona-
bly, refusing, or neglecting to pay the School
Rate, to the Overseers of the Poor, within 20
days after the same are demanded, are made
subject to the payment of costs of sueing for
the same, not exceeding 8/, and on making
default in payment of any .Rates, adjudged
by a Justice of the Peace tc be paid, to 20
days imprisonment for want of 'sufficient
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
Colonist" copy 3 times.
UNCMAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE HAMILTON, 28th November, 1881.
Knud Anderson, E Butterwortb, Wm Bean,
Augusta Betts, Jose F. Carollo, Brigt "Daunt-
less," W F Davis, Brig Earnest," Mrs John Fra-
ser, Joao Fereira, Kattie Gilbert, Deborah L Jonei,
Elizabeth Kemp, James Lynch, Mary Lightbourne,
Barque Maggie," Anna L Pereira, John Pord-
bches, B P Richardson, James Read, Ella Seon,
G A Scott, Jane Smith, Peter Smith, Charlotte
Swan, Benj Saunders, Charles Scott, John Stephen-
"on, R A Swan, James T Smith, Mrs T F Tucker,
Lucy Trott, Joseph Williams, Mrs Wellman. ,
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST
FICE ST. GEORGES, Novr. 23, 1881.
Katherine Albouy, Normsn Blanchard, John
Genders, James Hayward (~"t )avid's), Mrs Mead-
Mrs Mason, M 0 G, Patrick Maguire, Rch Pon-
too, John Runciman, Schr "Rebecca,"
November 22, 1881.
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Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
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c, so,0 s Bottles
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It acts upon the Liver.
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I t Reglates the Bowels.
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It opens the pores of the ,kln and Induces
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison im the
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manner of skin diseases and internal humor. l
There are no spirits employed in Its manufacture, and
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but on consulting a physician was informed that it
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J. H. SMALLWOOD,
No. 319 West 10th st., New York City.
tlIEUVIATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLIANT.
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P. F. MARRON,
No. 19 Beach-st.,New York City.
SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
No. 151 PERRY-ST., NEW YORKCITY.
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GEORGE H. REYDNOL.
Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dahl.
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No. 333 West 32nd st., Now York City.
Nzw YoRx, Feb. 3, 1880.
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BEaMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
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SAML. G. ADAMS
Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
Water Street, St. George,
Horse Stable Manure.
We are prepared to receive orders for above
1I A N U E,
direct from Car Stables in New York City, at
most reasonable rates in Bales of 500 & 600. lbs.
Sample at our Stores.
Iteid St., Hamilton.
November 21st, 1881.
Potatoes Potatoes !!
The undersigned has always on
hand afull supply of TABLE POTATOES.
in quality superior to any in market, and at
Spricts to defy competition.
SPECIAL RATES to Army and Navy
CANTEENS and MESSES.
W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street.
Hlamilton, October 3, 1881.
Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Coiumission :%lercha sts,
.Ad INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street,
AND AT LLOYDS,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
April 30, 1881.
Hats and Caps,
T UiT received from London via New York
E. B. JONES,
Corner of Queen and Reid
llamilton, Sept. 10th, 1881.
West Side, Somerset
F ii a f 0 100
W. J. HENEY
I lamuton, i ovr. 1881.
The UNDERTAKING Business
Is now carried on in the new building next
South of the Hamilton Steam Saw Mills.
by JOHN C. DAVIS,
N.B.-Orders promptly attended to at
the Lowest Prices.
Hamilton, August 30t, 1?81.
,M&A Shop & Dwelling,
Corner of Church and Burnaby Streets, in
November 15th, 1881.*
FOR SALE OR HIRE.
The well known Sail Boat
Formerly the Governor's Yacht. Capacity 9
tons or more ; is in staunch order, with moor-
ngs, &c., complete.
The" Somers" is still suitable for a Yacht.
HENRY T. DYER.
Hamilton, Nov. 1st, 1881.-tf.
OT7VA 0OT:A A
Marble & Granite
T A T TtI &Av '" ^o ... 4.4...9-
S&, -vA co. oa a
GEORGE A. SANFORD,
MONUMENTS, TOMBNYPONES, &e., in,
Bermuda Orders solicited. Satisfaction gua-
anteeW. T. JAMES
42 Front St.,
Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, Oct. 11, 1881.-6mos.
D V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton
Office adjoining Army Pay Office.
Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND F'RIDXYS.
office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Hamilton, November 8, 1880.
RELIABLE FOOD PRODUCTS.
Great progress has been made within a few
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
so.m 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
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in all
varieties of Food Products,
PS.-Our goods are for sale by most Grocers
and all will get them if requested to do so.-6m.
j A COTTAGE,
And about 12 Acres of Land,
Situated near Wilson's Island, Southampton,
a mile West of the Light House.
A LOT O LA1D,
Of 91 Acres and a Lot of about 6 Acres.
For terms and other Information please
THE MISSES BOYLE,
Glasgow Lodge, Southampton.
Nov. 15th, 1881.-3
A Small Lathe,
Highly Finished, with Slide Rest, Universal,
Centre, Screw and other Chucks.
A GRINDSTONE attached, tn.
gether with a Complete Set of TOOLS for
Turning and Fitted.
Apply by Letter or personal, to LCE. CoRPL.
R. S. WARD, or at the Office of this paper.
November 15th, 1881.
1 rRIC APRI.AN PA nOT,
ANY ona finding or giving sch information
S as may lead to the recovery of the Bird,
will be suitably rewarded by applying at the
Office of the "I Royal Gazette."
| fHE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MERCHANTS 0I'
SBERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has been connected with the Ilouse of
H.. & F B. Thurber & r o.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers ot Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hludson Stree's,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders so that he is
practically familiar with the want-,of that Island
in all that relates to Food ir'roduits and Gro-
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 Mesbrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by *
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. THURB ER & C().,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m
GUION LEN V
EXr? LP P 0P O-L
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
I PHE above WAITCH ES for ,,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.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, Hamilton, )
Deer., 161874 "n...
THE QUEEN, ERIN.
(Subject to Change.)
From Liverpool. To Liverpool.
Spain, Wed. Sept. 28
Italy, Oct. 5
15, 11. a.m.
22, 3. p.m.
29, 9.30 a.m.
5, 3. p.m.
12, 9.3(0 a.m.
-Erin, Nov. 2 19, 3. p.m.
SSpain, 9 26, 8-30 a.m.
Stay, 16 "Dec. 3, 3. p.m.
,( Helvetia 23 10, 8. a.m.
Hhds., Half' Hhds., and Sixth England, 80 17, 1-30p.m.
Hhd. LONDON LINE.
hds. From London. To London
From the Celebrated Brewery of -
*Holland, Wed. Sept. 21 Wed. Oct. 12, 8-30 a.m.
Messrs. OLAND SON &CO., *France, 28 19,2. p.m.
ARMY AND NAVY BRKEWERS, Canada, Oct. 6 26,7. a.m.
HALIFAX, rhe Queen, 12 Nov. 2, 2. p.m.
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to Denmark, 19 9.7. a.m.
defy Competition. Greece," 26 16,12.30p.m.
F l *Holland, Nov. 2 23, 6. a.m.
For Sale by Fr 9 30,12-30p.m.
A. J. RICHAAItDSON, Canada, 16 '" Dec. 7, 6. a.m.
Sole Agent. The Queen 23 14,11. a.nm.
St. George's, Bermuda. *Denmark, 30 21, 3. p.m.
January 18, 1881.-3mn3p,9 *T'rhe Steamers France Holland and Den-
mark will not carry Passengers.
TH E P EI A R L Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
THE PEAR! ool $50 to $70.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed Prepaid Tickets $60 to $75.
A ll Weight Pure Condensed Excursion Tickets $120.
Milk. I To London direct, $50 to $60.
IV E offer, under the above brand, a full Prepaid Tickets$60 and $70
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by Excursion Tickets $110.
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order. teerage passage $.
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water I For further information apply at the Comn-
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver- pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway,
age standard of Orange County milk. Every can New York
is warranted. There can be o better Condensed F. W. J. HURST,
Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the Manager.
principle that low prices combined with good New York, Sept. 22, 1881.
quality and honest weight, command the trade.
Price per single case 48 16-oz. cans is 6$ SK your Grocer for a Cake of PRIDE OF
l'ice per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75*. TI IEIE K!TCHtEN, for scouring and clean-
H. K. & F. B. THURBEK & CO., iiug. It is better than Sapilio, and only abuut
Sole Agents, New York. half the price.
VT IAS A V.
ABYSSINIA Tuesday Oct. 18, 1.30 p.m.
WYOMING 25, 6.30 tm.
ARIZONA Nov 1, 1.00 p.m
WISCONSIN 8, 6.30 a.mI
ALASKA (New) 15, Noon
NEVADA 22,. 5.30 a.m.
WYOMING 22, 11.30 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Offlicers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. TheSaloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Hath Room and Piano on
The U. S.Mail Steamer Flamborough" from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
be transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Oct. 6, 1881.
Will draw a ton weight; sold for no fault, the
owner having no further use for him.
Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
August 13, 1881.
Protection against FIItE
4'I' THE MOST MODERATE .,tA IES
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE C0.11PA N Y
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
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTE RFI L LD,
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.
ASK your Grocer for A. E. WH YLAND'S
IUM MEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
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.
RIMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER-
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED. EAU DE
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra.
RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIMMEL'S PURE WHITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY
ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and the
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIMMEL'S VELNETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes, barrels and packets.
RIM MEL'S AQUADENTINE, cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
RIMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, orNa-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. R I MM EL, Perfumer by appointment to H. R.
H. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.
J. & E. ATKINSON'S
celebrated for nearly a century pat, s of the
Very best E.nglish manufacture. For Its
purity and great excellence it has obtained K
Vienna, Philadelphia, m
Only Gold Medal, Paris, 1878,
wo Silver Medals and "First
rder of Merit," Melbourne, 1881.
( ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES FOR
m THE HANDKERCHIEF.
WHITE ROSE, FRANGIPANNE, YLANOYLANO,
STEPHANOTIS, OPOPANAX, JOCKEYT CII, ESS.
BOUQUET, TREVOL, MAGNOLIA, JASMIN, WOOD
VIOLET, GOLD MEDAL BOUQUET,
and all other odours, of the finest quality only.
GOLD uiM. EAU DE COLOGNE
is strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kinds.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. B
Sclebratedftor so manyyears, continues to e
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfumea,
and will be found very durable in use. 84
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOET VIIIEGAR,
Sa new and indispensable Toilet aacompa* I
meat, and most refreshing Perfume for t e
ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other Spectalitiesand general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealer
1 throughout the World, and of the mana*
J. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List Free on Application.
CAUT O..-rurchauer are cautioned to avoid
counterfeits by observing that each article M
labelled with the firm's Trade 'Mark, a "'White
Rose on na golden Lre."
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dL^MdlJiCK.-NOVR., DEC., 1881.
4 O. TideZ REMARKS.
W R ris. sets. P
29 Tu 6 50 4 52 8 1 54
30 We 6 50 4 52 9 2 42 St. Andrew.
1 Th 6 51 4 5210 30 Press. of Walesb.
3 Sat 6 52 4 52 12 5 6
4 .& 6 54 4 52 13 5 4 2ndin Advent.
5 Mo 6 54 4 52 14 6 42 F.Mn.0h54mp.m.
THE BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette
Messrs GEOG 51 4 BOLE52 10 3 & Son, West End
Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, November 29, 1881.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
SIi,-We think it a duty devolving on ourselves
to tender grateful acknowledgments to the Public
generally for the manner in which they have en-
deavoured to portray the condition and prospects of
the community in the matter of Farming. It is well
known that farming in any community is one of the
principal if not the main source of existence, no less
for pleasure than for gain, and this seems to be the
cause for the zeal manifested by the various corres-
pondents. All these are highly creditable efforts in
the right direction, but as we the writers fail to see
(up to the present) any practical basis laid sufficient
to justify the relinquishment of the old bad system
* without a guarantee to warrant a change, we beg
leave respectfully to submit that a Farmers co-
operative Union be established open to all through-
out these Islands. The object of the Society would
be to devote its attention to the trade or business of
importing and exporting the various requirements
in the agriculture department. The admission (by
rule) be nominal but each member is supposed to
take five shares, one of which be paid on entrance,
the remaining four accrues by the operation of the
enterprise. A declaration is signed binding each
member to abide by the rules of the society. These
rules are constructed, subject to amendments or al-
terations, as the first general meeting shall deem ne-
cessary to success.
Yours most respectfully,
Hamilton, 21st Nov., 1881.
DEAR MR. E)rron,-On looking over one of your
contemporary's sheets I noticed a piece of correspon-
dence signed Pembroke, in which he suggests that
the subsidized Steamer should leave New York on
Wednesday or Friday, thereby giving us a quiet
Sabbath-I almost quote his own words. Now the
Steamer leaves New York on Thursday so as to be
in Hamilton on the following Monday morning;
but if kind Providence pleases to bless her with fair
winds and smooth sea and so speed her on her way,
why should we attempt to prevent it ? Pembroke
complains thus-" I was forcibly struck with the
evil of this, by seeing hundreds that were on the
wharf on the arrival of the steamer on the last oc-
casion, whichotherwise would have been quietly wor-
shipping inthedifferent Churches." Now, hadPem.
brokebeen quietly "worshipping inoneof the diferen
Churches," he would have not seen all this, so Mr.
Pembroke you see you are cornered this time. Pem-
broke wishes the steamer to leave New York on
Wednesday or Friday; if she leaves New York on
Friday she will be out to sea every Sunday as long
as she runs; and while Pembroke will be having "
quiet Sabbath" as he calls it, He will little think o:
the poor Firemen roasting themselves before the
steamers' furnaces, or the other members of thi
crew whose duties on board would leave them bu
little chance of having, what Pembroke makes ou
he so much prizes, a quiet Sabbath." But wha
does Pembroke care about that, never once in hi
correspondence did he give these poor fellows the
slightest consideration, but we do, and not only fo
the crew who as the Steamer now frequently come
in on a Sunday gives them a chance of a few hour
rest after their toil of crossing the billows, but als
for the passengers who by arriving on a Sunday
have ample opportunity of 1" quietly worshipping i:
one of the different Churches," that same evening
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, if Pembroke does no
like to see the steamer arrive on a Sunday let him
not be a witness and thereby one of a number whor
he now undertakes to condemn,
Yours truly, K. 2
BoAZ AND IRELAND V. THE RES) Or Tis5 ISLANDS.
The above match was played at Boaz, on Frida
the 18th Instant, and resulted in a victory to ti
latter by 22 runs. The scores are appended:-
Lieut. Welman, R.I.R., b. Larcombe .........
D. A. C. G. Warren, O.S.D., b. Swallow ...... 2
Corpl. Rice, Staff, b. Larcombe ..............
Sapper Dowker, R.E., c. Wood, b. Larcombe..
Lieut. Stewart, R.I.R., b. Swallow ..........
Lieut. Johnstone, R.E., c. & b. Swallow. .....
Sergt. Dwyer, R.I.R., not out ................
Lt. Middlemass, R.E., c. Swallow, b. Larcombe
Lieut. Butler, R.A., c. Bates b. Larcombe.... 1
Lt. Spencer, R.I.R., c. Byam, b. Larcombe....
Lt. Gaussen, R.I.R., c. Swallow, b., Larcombe
Total .............. . 1
BOAZ AND IRELAND.
Lieut. Penrose, R.E., c. & b. Rice............
Gunner Wood, R.A., c. Dwyer, b. Gaussen....
Lieut. Byam, R.M.L.I., c. Warren, b. Gaussen
Dr. Seymour, A.M.D., c. Middlemass, b. Gaussen '
Pte. Swallow, R.M.L.I., c .& b. Rice ..........
Corpl. Bates, R.E., c. Welman, b. Dwyer ......
Lieut. Crawford, R.N., c. Gaussen, b. Rice.. ..
Corpl. Grant, b. Gaussen ....................
Lieut. Buckle, R.I.R., b. Dwyer ..............
Pte. Larcombe, R.M.L.I., not out............
Corpl. Booker, R.E., b. Dowker..............
Extras ...... . . .
Total ....... . . .
Lt. Welman, &. Larcombe..................
Sergt. Dwyer, c. & b. Wood..................
Lt. Stewart, b. Wood........................
D. A. C. G. Warren, not out................
Extras ......... . .
Total . . . .
The Band of the R. I. Rifles proceeded to B(
by "Pioneer" and played a choice selection duri
the afternoon, before quite a crowd of spectators.
GUITEAU ON TRTAL.
WAs~rNGoN, Nov. 17.
Guiteau's trial opened at 10 o'clock. The coi
room was densely crowded. Scoville explain
that there was no disagreement between hims
and associate counsel, Robinson. Guiteau v
evidently laboring under some trouble, and as sc
as his lawyer sat down he sparng up and address
the court. He wanted it understood that
appeared in part as his own counsel. He propose
to be heard. The court warned him that hereaf
he would confine the prisoner's acts as counsel
consultation with his lawyers, and if he refused
abide that ruling he would be removed from V
court room and the trial would proceed in
absence. Col. Corkhill, District Attorney, tl
made the opening address to the jury, reciting
circumstances of the murder of the President,
the close of which the audience testified th
approval by clapping of hands. Secretary Bla
was the first witness, and testified in detail as
the shooting, and the removal of the President
the White House and the other facts heretof
published. Regarding Guiteau's visits to
State Department, the Secretary said he was
of perhaps forty applicants on the days he ca
and that he suffered'the disappointment of the r
in his endeavors to obtain an appointment. He
no time noticed anything which would indicate
derangement of Guiteau's mind. In reply
further questions, Mr. Blaine stated that after
assassination of the President he paid little or
attention to Conkling or the New York Legislati
and, in fact, thought nothing of politics. He s
)on A Vienna correspondent says: Dervisch Pasha
sed has been blockaded by Albanian mountaineers. The
he troops succeeded in freeing him."
to Boston has analyzed her drinking water, and
to the Globe" of that city prints a map of the re.
the suit, which isiquite an interesting menagerie. Among
his the animalcuhe shown' weA recognize the skele.
hen ton of the megatherium, the glyptodon, the ichthy.
the osaurus, the plesiosaurus, and the pterodactyl, al
* at of which lived before the flood. The vegetable
ieir matter brought to light by the microscope included
ine what appears to us to be a broken cart wheel, a
s to section of stovepipe, a prize beet, a clothes-horae
t to and an old saddle. We are not surprised that th<
ore temperance party in Massachusetts is making pro-
the gress baokward.-Norristown Herald.
rest 280,000 was sent to Egypt from London on the
D at 4th instant in payment of cotton. The drain ol
the bullion for Egypt was likely to be continued and
to it was supposed that two millions at least would gi
the in that direction. It was thought that more gok
no would be required for the United States. The rat
ure, of discount on the 4th was 4 per cent and it wai
said believed it would be 5 per cent on the Oth.
he invented the term Stalwart" himself in 1875-
Mr. Blaine, after further questioning, left the
stand at 12.20p.m., and the court took a recess. L
At 12.50 the trial was again resumed. Guiteau, of
without rising, said he wished to say to the court d(
that hp was not satisfied with his counsel. Judge d,
Cox, replied that the counsel were perfectly n,
satisfactory to him. Guiteau, persisting in his li
assertions that he was not satisfied, emphasizing p
his statement with a loud thump of his fist upon f<
the table, Judge Cox, threatened to have him b
ironed and removed from the room, and Guiteau a
said he didn't propose to submit and there would a
be a row all through this case if he was not allowed i
his right as an American. The people, he said, b
would be heard on this matter. Legal gentlemen
came in and the Venazuelian Minister was sworn t
and described the shooting as he saw it. He was i
asked to identify the prisoner, and Guiteau was t
ordered to put on his hab. Guiteau placed it on t
his head carelessly. When the witness said the q
prisoner wore his hat a little on the side of his o
head at the time, Guiteau exclaimed, Tis false."' i
The hat was adjusted more to suit the description n
of the witness when Guiteau angrily placed it c
squarely upon his head, exposing his forehead, and s
said" That's the way I always wear it. I do
things on the square, I do." He was surly and
paid no attention to the testimony. Mrs. Sarah (
^White, janitress at the depot, followed her evidence
relating particularly to the shooting. She identi-
fied Guiteau and the manner he wore his hat.
The prisoner placed it upon his head after his own
fashion. The witness said its position was correct,
Guiteau at the same time nodding his head, as
though satisfied. The ticket agent was next ex-
amined, and detailed his observations of Guiteau
before the shooting and his successful efforts in
seizing the assassin. The other witnesses were
Judson A. Wheeler, of Virgina, George W. Adams,
publisher of the "Star," and Jacob B. Smith,
janitor of the railroad depot, who detailed the cir-
r cumstances of the shooting. The Court then ad-
Nxw YORK, Nov. 38,-Dr. Frank Hamilton,
whois to appear at Guiteau's trial, says all the gen-
tlemen in attendance upon the President will be
subpoenaed as witnesses in the matter of fact. It
is not supposed that they will be interrogated as
to the propriety of their own treatment. If this
question arises it will be referred to medical ex-
perts who have been or will be subpoenaed.
TWO SHOTS AT GUITEAU.
WAsInreroN, Nov. 20.
a Late yesterday afternoon as Guiteau was being
f conveyed from the court room to jail in a covered
e van, a person on horseback rode up to the side, and
e after peering through the grating to satisfy him-
t self as to Guiteau's position, suddenly fired two
t shots through the side of the vehicle. He then put
t spurs to his horse and rode away at a furious pace.
s One shot was harmless. The other inflicted a
e slight wound in Guiteau's hand. The prisoner
r was nearly overcome with fear, but was hurried to
s prison. During the evening a man named William
s Jones, a farmer, living in the outskirts of the city,
o was arrested as the person who fired the shots.
Y He is an eccentric individual who is well known to
n the police. To-day one of the guards who was ac-
companying the van, and who fired at the assailant
t positively failed to identify Jones and states that
n he is not the man. Various rumors are in cir-
m oulation in the eastern part of the city regarding
attempts which will be made to shoot Guiteau.
, Many persons believe that concerted action with
that result in view has been taken since the trial
commenced. No apprehension is felt by the officers
of the jail that any further attempts will be made
to take the life of the prisoner.
y CAImo, Nov. 16.-Mr. Malet, the British Diplo-
le matic Agent at Alexandria, has received a dispatch
from Lord Granville, British Foreign Secretary,
dated Nov. 4, reviewing the polisy of Great Bri-
0 tain with regard to Egypt, and adding: We are
24 convinced that the tie uniting Egypt to the Porte is
4 the best safeguard against foreign intervention. If
2 it should be broken Egypt might soon be endanger-
20 ed by rival ambitions. The only circumstance
4 which could force us to cease maintaining this tie
18 would be an outbreak of anarchy in Egypt, and we
0 look to the Kh6dive, to Cherif Pasha, and to the
12 good sense of the Egyptian nation to prevent such
0 a catastrophe. As long as Egypt continues tranquil
3 it will be the earnest desire of Her Majesty's Gov-
22 ernment to contribute toward a satisfactory result.
We have every reason to believe that France will
09 act in a similar manner. Any aggressive designs
on the part of either Government must destroy
their useful co-operation." Cherif Pasha has ex.
19 pressed his satisfaction with the foregoing, and has
0 ordered it to be translated for publication in all the
1 native papers.
23 LozNDO, Nov. 16.-.A dispatch to Reuter's Tele-
2 gram Company from Paris says: M. Gambetta
14 has not yet given his attention to the appointment
4 of successors to Gen. Chanzy and Count de St. Val-
6 lier as Ambassadors at St. Petersburg and Berlin
2 respectively. M. Gambetta has sent a circular note
9 to the representatives of France abroad, stating
0 that the change of Ministry will not modify the
7 pacific tendency of the foreign policy of France.'
-~ Mr. Thomas Brassey, speaking at a Liberal ban-
87 quet upon the same occasion, said the cordial rela-
tions between Great Britain and the Unites State s
formed a most welcome addition to Great Britain's
1 naval strength. It was not the policy of the Unitep
15 States to maintain a considerable navy in time to
13 peace, but they are, said he, our most formidable
3 rival on the sea. He added that by what had hap-
4 opened lately the good feeling between the two
countries had been cemented forever.
36 WELLINOroN, New Zealand, Nov. 16.-Thena.
tive tribes display a stubborn attitude. One hun.
Iaz dred and twenty-four natives have been arrested,
ng PAERIS, Nov. 16.-The British Chamber of Com.-
merce gave a banquet to the Technical Education
Commission at the Cafe Riche. Mr. Samuelson
President of the commission, said that he and hil
colleagues were surprised at what they had seen ir
urt the French technical schools. England, he said, hai
ed much to learn from France. He expressed the
elf hope that the new Anglo-French treaty of Com.
gas merce would be founded on free trade principles,.
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A JUDGMENT AFTER THIRTEEN YEARS.
In the case of DeWitt against Pesant, Justice
awrence, has just rendered an opinion in favour
I the plaintiffs, establishing the liability of the
defendant, who took the property and assumed the
ebts of a failing concern. In 1867 W. H. DeWitt's
nephews, stave merchants In this city, sold and de-
vered goods to the amount of $9,000 to Victor
'ing, who soon after left the State insolvent. Be-
ore his departure he made an assignment of all his
business assets and property to Jose Antonio Pea-
nt, who agreed to assume and pay off all debts
nd liabilities of the house. In 1880, after the
apse of twelve years, W. H. DeWitt's nephew
egan suit against Pesant upon this agreement.
Justice Lawrence renders judgment for the plain-
iffs, for the sum of over $19,000, holding that
rom principles well settled by the court of Appeals
he defendant rendered himself liable to the plain-
iffs directly by the execution of the agreement in
question ; that the covenant to assume the debts
f Victor Ping may be enforced by the letters cred-
tors for their own benefit, even though they were
rot parties to the agreement or privy to its
consideration. The opinion also holds that the
statute of limitation does not bar the claim, as an
action on a sealed instrument may be brought un-
der the Code at any time within twenty years.
George C. Lay, jr., for the plaintiffs; B. C. Thayer
and Francis M. Scott. for the defendant. -New York
Tribune, Oct. 12.
Alexander Stewart who claims to be the heir-at-
law of the late A. T. Stewart, the millionaire dry
goods man, has entered an action again-it Henry
Hilton the agent of the Stewart Estate for #100,000.
Henry F. Durant, the establisher of Wellesley
College, Boston, for young ladies, died in Boston
on the night of Monday the 3rd instant in his 59th
year. He was a lawyer, and for many years en-
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CORK, November 13.-The Killeen tenants of -
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