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Title: The New era, or, Home journal
Alternate Title: Home journal
Physical Description: v. : ; 55 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: A.L. Spedon
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda -- Hamilton
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 2 (Oct. 15, 1884).
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A.- Weekly Newspaper, Specially Devoted to the Gen'eral Interest.-. of-the Inhabitants of Berniuda.
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No. 29.-VOL. I.]


HAMILTON, BERMUDA, TUESDAY APRIL Is, J18:2.


j12s. or h PrAn.


or
HOME JOURNAL
IS, PUBLISHED
Every, Tuesday,
AT NOON,
M T TOWN OF HFAMWITON

51 papers comprise the annual issue
one week being reserved for the printer
during the Christmas Holidays.
PRICE-12 Shillings per annuam-pai
semi-yearly (in advance.)
RATES OF ADVERTISING-One or more
inches of Column, in depth: 1st inser
tion, 1 shilling each; 2nd ditto, 6d.
each additional insertion, 3d. per inch.
A. L. SPEDON,
Editor and Proprietor

Time Calendar.
APRIL. MAY.
SM T WT M T W T F
1 1 2 3 4 5
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 1213
9 10 11 12 13 14 1514 15 16 17 18 19,2(
16 17 18 19 20 21 2221 22 23 24 25 2627
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 28 29 30 31
80,-
Cinak'cA Scrviccs.
In the TOWN of HAMILTON,
BERMUDA.

CHURCH or ENGLAND.
PAlISH CIuncIr or PFMBROPE :
] I aursa of Service-
Morning and Evening.
11 o'clock, A. M., and 4. p. ma.-alter.
lately.
Sunday School -9.80, A. M. and 2. 30, P.m.
TRINITY CHURCH :
Church Servioe-11, A. M. and 4, p. M.-
I alternately.
Evening Service-7.30, P. M.
Sunday cbo.ol---9SO, A. m. and .30, P. M.
PRE BYI TERIAN.,
ST. A eXww's:
Pastor, Rev. J. A. McKgnsN.
Morning Service-11, A. M.
Evening ditto 7, P. M.
Sunday School--, P. rM.
Prayer Mleeting-Thursday, 7.30, P. m.
METHODIST.
WVasL,Y CHuaon, Chnrch Street.
Pastor, Rev. A. W. NICHOSON.
Sunday Servies-.11, A. M and 7, P. M.
Sabbath School-3, p. M.
Prayer Meeting-Tuesday, at 7.30, P. m.
BRITISH METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
Pastor, Rev. J. H. BuORNER.
Morning Service 11, A M.
Evening ditto 7, P. M.
Sabb th School-2.30, p. n
Prayer Meeting-Thursday, 7. P. M.
c. C. CHURCH.
Rev. Dr. WALSH, 7 ..
Morning Service at 8.30, A. and 10, A.M.,
alternately.
Vespers and Devotions-7 o'clock, P. M.
NoTE.-Seats provided SPECIALLY for
Strangers in all of the abore-men-
tioned Churches.

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Australia and New Zealand 104. "
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'i r 1no lectur' can be had in our meeting -A telegram states that the frontier THNE (HL\NNEL TUNLNEL.
house !" treaty between Euss-ia and Persia has LONDON, A 1, ptt is'- publls I,1
ALL THE WORLD-' Surprised and grieved, I went at been ratified. -'ii.. th Ch~ill Timuel on the,
-o-o- once to the pastor of the other and PARIS-E1iht million of francs are ground that it will involve Englad
All the world is full of babies, smaller church, anu1 stated liiv wishes required to I. v tlo. er,_-n->e of in military dangers. Th.. protest- is 1 ,
LSobbing, sighing everywhere "You shall have our chuinh with, the Tdii expedition in thefirst quar- signed by.a iiinbet .i. Parlimeut, ....'
Beating at the empty air. out hl-sitat.i.n, lie Saip. i On trus- ter of 1882. Tiiii. S.un, 3rowni i H.-. i i.'t, p -
Do they see the strife before them tees are a unit with me oi. thf subject- Ancr _ta.1 ,h-1r anuth s, c..er.ls Sn.-
* That they sob and tremble so ? of tinp.,ia i--ue i ,,,t, A war between Austria and Rus- mons,'.Havelock and Itlie rl.uiirii-ic
Oh the frightened li babies, at once and I will vi;-it s niy of ia s,.or, idcre ttituope.ns ilitaryenti],- ,Linuerolns tinan-.
Still they come and still they go. the people as I can and urge them to f calling .
the peo pe as I can and urge them too r siouslanyIt sev,. 0 eat,1 u h (u'nlisAs.
' All the world is full of children, attend e out the. reserves is being seriously It is ut te that the (0verulierit.
s Sighingover little troubles,Thanking him I was about to leave discussed. intbnds'et stop the work. n g i
Fingers bruised and broken toys, to hurry up the posters, but the The Nihilists threaten revenge if IDON-.-A Dublin depatchi s ,.
Wishing to be older, larger; .thought came-" why was Deacon- any of their condemned associates A e.muonister of der was. drol>ed1 ,:
Weeping at some fancied woe, so averse to having the lecture in his are executed. int e a I w rt. 1v '
e Oh, the happy, hapless children church 1" I asked mv nepw found a th oatoiUse were several, ,eteotvY ,77 &
- Stih, they come andstileygo. church asked my new found VIENNA.-It is stated that Gen. Were living. Much d .l:mtiae .a6 done .,
S Stll they canme and still they go, friend, Skobeloff took part :by invitation in to property by the exilv; ibu. :
All the world s full of overs, He smiled and said : "I dislike to the christening of the Grand Duchess Dspatche ., ,',. it aase in
Dreaming dreams, and bhisperuiding castles peak of the members of other Helene, infant daughter of. the Grand wvich a i.i-i.ni-.-1 di,,n cut uff the noseofA ,
That muit crumble at their feet. churches, if I cannot say something Duke Vladimar, the Czar's brother. man 1,1:.-~ in a Poor-Law Gnardian con...
- Breaking vows and burning letters, in their praise. Perhaps if you con- th test. h canvassed in .p...itioi. to the can-
Smiling lest the world should know, sult the Assessor's book or tax list Avices from Zara state that the didate of the Laud L *...- An explosive
Oh, the fooling, trusting lovers! in town, you may discover the insurgant leader Zutie has been killed. shell was thrown inte a, house near Lette!-
henny, county y D,.1.-10. to-day, Two rooms,
Still they come and still they go. secret '" A telegram states that the frontier were omnpletsly destroyed
All the world is fall of people, A hint sometimes is as good as a treaty between Russia and Persia hased distrb-ces
S Inrying, rushing, passinagby, kick. been iat(ie d. iahereihave been ti~gitg disregi-
6 Beaing urden a ih ssesi After settingthe billposterto work TA JE:,NE'TTE" SURVYIVORS.-PHILA- in ( (e on.et nrs --dight-
nPassing onward with a sigh.ng Rangers, and eighty,-
3 Some there are with smiling faces, I hunted up the Assessor. He was, a DELPHIA.-.Writing from Irkutsk to' fourth, aa Eu.1lil. re. :-inLt.u On .Thurs-,
0 But with heavy hearts below; good natured man, had read lots of his wife on January 1st, Melville says : *.,; night, the ":C,.lI.,ihts, "assisted by -
7 Oh, the sad-eyed burdened people E my stories, and when I evinced an -" We muster but 13 out of our ori- n mob, attacked a pic-.l .t' the En"-li..h,hanid
Still they come and still they go interest in the wealth and beauty of ginal 33 persons. I have telegraphed cheered for l,oLnd o th sidese sever
All the earth is full of corpses, his town, gratified my curiosity by asking to remain, aud will search for anet wounds o- .. -
TDust aendo bonabesadhre forest showing his books and a list of the Delong and others who perished at AUGSTA, Ga., Apil-About 1
ThiLs the end of babesand children,t taxable property in town and corn- the mouth of the Lena River."' o',I .L to-u v a deltru,.tive wi swept
Lovers, people find at best. oo-thaL..sRep
All their fears and all their crosses, meeting on it. the country ,four iiles 'n:,rthea.st of
All their sorrows wearing so: "There's Deaoan- said he_- The r'0 pi1 t lately, published tha Waynaesborough. Housed. and fenices ,
Oh, the siha. happy corpses! the richest man in all this section. Don Carlos has abdicated his claims were blown down and tre.s w re up-"
6leepiug roundly, lying low.. He hadn't a second eoat to his back tot flte Spanish throne in, favor of his rooted. iThe (dininr,-,ii of J,,oseph' M. ,-
when he came here. Now he owns sounis denied. Ward. was blown to pieaes- while the- -
The Deacon's Profits, or who three large vineyards, a, distillery and The Austrian Mpinist.er of War an- family Vre-at odinaiedt.a' Gilner Wa'r-a'."
Owned the Rum Mills- more houses in town than any other ounces the complete occupation of four years old, was 1:illed, and a Miss .
A Tmiperance Story, three men in it F Krivoscie.. He anticipates the speedy DulP i1n wags p;1ily iLn jLued.. :
" -- Ilow did he become so rich ? Did pacification of Herzegovina. SIxTY-EIGrT Tur.,.-. .N-' MaiI.E:'DER
BY NED BPNTHLINE.. he have money left to him ?" I asked. Another congress, to be called by WATR.-MEMPHIS, Mirc- 29. -le -
0 R Oh no, lhe is a 'business' man, E u has been suggested by the ifofBolivar Count,Ms.,est i items
-In one of the loveliest valleys of .b sgbt that 30'lives-have.bee!)_16Aby'1
CIrn onexit one love te fallest 'Ihe &is And lI.,gets-big rent for his Russian press as a means of consider- that 30 lives haie beei lp St b v ,' ,
Califonia, exists one, of the fairest property, too. S.,,e of it he 1,,u:ht ing Austrian advances an, averting ung w1 -,n11 Thee atire 1'lunl- .
little towns that ever tal eye rest- for almost noting There was thie war. isunder watheandthere are 1, d ....
ed upon. Its white cottages are al- Eureka saloon uh oiwn er died o The French Senate by a vote of 15 7 stitute persons teier.e. Thes county has
most embowered in roses, and honey- delirium tremens, and before hdied o The French Senate by a vote of 157 been wrecked and the inhabitats arel .
suckles, the scent orangeandlemon lutremensan b re e to 273 has rejected a proposition re- now paupers. Ta 68,000:,squae::..
blossoms rest sceet ol on the morne he had gambed off all he had. quiring schoolmasters to teach pupils miles of country,, betwe-in. Memphis and ,
b lossoms rest seetarround the ee rn The Deacon bought that saloon at their duty towards God and the counS Vicksburg, are now. und water. The
Sair-all t ear round te eye ifi's sale for "one hundred and try, population of this. terxitor is I' 50,000
rests ou beauty and lo.elinessin the fifty dollars, Popl,. wouldn't bid for Th anniversary of the assassina- and one-third are .sfferi The flood -
valley,, though afar off the white peaks th td.hh offfi'obi. ut -. .. 0-
of lethe Sierra Nevada tands ripands they wanted the man's wife to bid it tion of the Czar was celebrated at St. has cut MeLi.l.is off froui coimunxica- -
Sthe t Nevadaandgriand in, She had one hundred, and forty Petersburg recently by a solemn ser- tion with the outside worldby.means of: :
cold i sight. I h owillot name this dollars saved of her own. But the vice. The Czar visited his father's, through lines of railway., ; -
valley, thoughI hae lectured there, D. it bid and got it, now he rents tomb. He drove in an open carriage- THE SUGAR .DUTIES.-NEW. YO ..;:,
ando notmade both elieveuds and foes for that rum-mill for a thousand a ,year.. to the chapel on the scene of the mur- -A Washington special to. the Times
,do not believe in gratuituous adver- He p1,t p his distillery on a two years der, The Czar and Empress ,proaVC d says: It is said the Supreme Court .de- .
I tered t la one love a credit, but he paid for it, all in one there, and drove to the Winter Palace cision, in reference to the duty on-sugar,,
i nta 7the pla e lovely da year on his profits. T, r--. are six sa- subsequently returning to Gatsehina.' lai filryt l-.l sexal Cougress en to
in MaTy, 1857, with three or four let-oo0 oe 'm" a o-t-n
ters o introduction to promainent citi oonsi town andhe o vns em all- GARFIELD'S FUNERAL EXPENSES.- oppose the.ll or tarilmini.ri.ion
zers,,, and myrouciness was a lect They get most of their wine and liquor NEW YoK The "Herald's" Wash- who had intended to0 ',.: h. bill.
anadamp u a is from him, and there's a heap o' 1pr:,fit ington special says the bills pi .. ey ake the i ti this rvela-
Sons ofaTnatempttofor aldgvse of in such trade !" by mambers of the Houseat once to tion. of the; condition tariff-laws-
os oTe rance ora lodgtie of The secret was out, I now knew the committee on the expenses of the makes it necessary to revise them at''
Good Templars, for was deputies why Deaeon----did not want a Garfield funeral amount to $7,000., nce. Sugar.me. ; il app w1., -.,
fox both orders. y the Connuitee of Way's ttip a -p n at'
Orders temperance lecture in his church It d une l thbil the Commtaee of Ways a, eas at
I was warmly welcomed by several And weran lecture :into the mod-It is unerstod the bills have een the earliest practicable time, tourge the
to whom the letters were addressed, And when I t intoh mod- presented by members whether ofci- passage of a measure t'ii
but ne person, the wealthiest man in lpit church that ight, I ally of the funeral 'cortege ornot. if po-il to.reducethe pre rat
town, a Peacr n ---- in---- n held in my hand a memorandum. It It is stated that one item consists of of duty. on sugar.
\Twas a list of the Doacon s property in
church received me as I thought ra- was a lind an estimate Deac of hs p roperty $1,700 paidfor champagne, brand L-Li.E, Ky., March,29.-Albxa.-iert
other coldl town an an estimate of his profits, whisky and cigars. Three hundred- Wii. .it-, f L-':;n,;n. Kv., wal hiot.
ut as his urch was the largest and if everI warmed up on a su?.1c-t dollars are charged for "'cock-tails." the-eat dnId kill.Z-d at a in;iarer-.pat thrbe.e- "
in town and I had been having ,im- I warmed up tilt niigt, and the whole There is said to be other bills nearly clockck this morning-on an Ohio and.lMis- ;i
S audience was roused as people had a bd th thog le in mnt issippi Railroad train hiwe-ni. parsvi4 e ,
mense audiences wherever I spoke, I never been roused there before. as bad as hisEdthough, less in amount and l-d,.iA. In'di : His a's:-in w a8 u
wanted ta lecture in his church, and wi ABI Eouart Ioussior, the dis- known iiand wh ,wfs -.azd i -y i-ul, ,a.nl -
with my uual bluntness asked him I painted the wreck and rumin w tinguishd dramatist. and author, is had noprQvocationftr ith., looting. After- i "
to rocure itbfo e ae followed such a 'profession' of reli- dead. ; the tragedy t mmatia jiu.ltnp.d offth'e'tai." '
Tprocre it for on and such a practicee' of sm, and. GUTEU IN G oL.--Washington- (.wicth ;ias' ..ing at -th't r:teif. ortjy niae- ;
"I'll sea the other stees, said whe I asked who filled their grave A vsi to the gAOL.--Wash ingtn- a cree, tstil)l himself nlked and jmiped to.
he. "As a generalthing we're op- yards, who sent criminals to their A v to the gaolshows that Guiteau a creek, strpp self dand jumped
posed to havi'n.lect'rin' in our meet- *, the e n has lost much of his loquaciousness, into the stre.ua. hs idead. bdy wa found' -
ng house, for the crowd, carries, in a. his profits. r was eacon an d has, become almost taciturn. He there this minu,,rig.- is clothes were fomu, --
heap u' dirt with em s i takes very little interest in i.:.it-..' hang. gn ngt,- "d they contain -'
,p .. t Inust six months I lectured a sec- to. s. t n.cash,-a'gold"v.,tehi, ,iu-eiJvess teceiptor- -,-
I will ay you or the use of the Ond time in that town I lectured in except to seU them photographs and ., sent from El o ,~. ~e '
church an hire some one to clean it the arg est church. The Deacon had autographs. He is not taking sub- S ,lem Q0ioan.d a quarf, b ^tle of- brady,
after the lecture!" said, I. ,, ; ,. o scriptions, to his book. He has gain- h'If fulL* Both bodies weru bi9 it to, thi s ..
"Wall-we'll see l" said he.- s ,old out and left for a m ore congenial. ed in flesh since his trial and his feyad .a biq "ae-s 'e 1o- .....
"Ther's three other trustees, and I'll climate. If this meets his eye where- color has greatly improved The DEATH 01n THE FATa BO,-.- "
see what they ses 1e eovefhmyb his youn ad warden sa s he s ends no time in BU~G, P., -Dava. :Niiaro, the at --
S- that for the sa- e of his young' anW 1 D e n pn boy" died .ately "" p i -" 'tb o "'1
Not doubtng shoutdlecturethere lo-vy child, if for nothing else, his religious exercises rarely reading the sbyalldo. ie at..e ir, th'- Ra-i,_lr, oll.'
I sat down m my room at the hotel "ichproerts are not tade from the ruin of Bible, and he has never been seen His father was r,r" n r d. O ..,..e*i .dl., o
and wrote a sketch for the escue, others, praying. At the. same time he does When P..:i..1 ,is kigiLts it J'^s Qff i .q., \
a tem erance paper,, a short story for not appear to be de dressed, and if began to be abnormally fat, and he lincreas1'eo'0
the "sew York Weekly," and then questioned, asserts that he was and so m .uch.in sizq 1t e .t1tr atd the P~a t 'u
went round to the deacon's house- General .)V uWS.- is inspired. He has shown no exulta- tion of .si s o wa-' a
for my answer min regard to the, 1I excitement has been occasi- tlon oerthesevere snene in a cu, wanascessely.ith. Bi
church, son s case. lHe spends the greater other shwmeno in varise. part oS the cuuu, /
I eDtered one of the. most preten- oned at Athens Gra., owing to the part of daylight in reading -the proofs try. Hi rn-.iiJg ."f uta.,wa. i 'arafl---' .
tiaoushouses in the place, and found it kilhingof a university student by two of hjn, bw ',itiun o, "Trith.y s i.. -1 72Q oi' ns Vi fh .. /
as elegant in furniture as it was in colored men" W mrl't ,-it'k-v.r .sa-s, hij -pri-.i i"- '- ",ig -..' -,- i ...
outward appearance. A $200,000, fire occurred yesterday habits no signs of inmsaity. AlU' l2 't.- tt i *a,, ,;.. .. /
The deacon's daughter, a lovely at North Attelborough, Mas-. officers at the jail- w t.t-'h ulGuitea tb bee hl wh 4'-vnled 4rte
girl of sixteen, dressed in the height Th hbody of Jesus .ames, lately carefully, and none of; them see any ".e had .t', b: -,"e. ".0?- .IoLi r ." f /
of style, received me. and while a ser- the terror of Westgrn Missouri, has signs of increasing m',untal ,]i,_or,:,rdr.. Soiae week. uo. i'ie 'i.y.ri'thB ffi ,- .


vant wQnt in search of her father, en- been give to hisf&ily, and thatre- Iconversation h never alludes to n Y- ell
;fa ily s nahe,, -: .- I coi v;r`- tion he never alludes to miss i-. "it ...
tertained me with a waltz, and two or gion is at peace again. his death, but says "go" instead, P' I very .. Itt-'~ 1 ,i ~.s._'
three polkas on 'a Chickering grand LONDON.-Mr, Partrick Egan, the suppose I've got to go."- being a fie- turned N-i v'affectios h t ih-e _I
piano, that out there never cost less treasurer of &d tand 'League, -*re-- quent p1hraz "~ith- him. \V- ii,.1-- -rt fi' hav bee. mni e t- l '-'
than $1,500 and most likely more. ceived duringthe mQnith of March, Crocler does not' think he will .com- entsof t, ." ti"-L'oo )1-" .
The deacon soon come in and very 22,00(? 0fr6m thb e l'ar-.h- of the .-iA t -i. id ud i~s sn th_ prisone's .... ry a;-.e ',; '- ^ -It .
curtly said .. r League in the United' States .and thl thlailt-h.ud- ihalj.ce will rlmain ie.. f-mWfi)en !la daii; ai'd 6".obt attz.. '. '"-
SThe trustees has met and 'greed English colonies. .. i 'ed to the -att. Ve: ; -..s e t s ';-.'- ."''
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suppose that on the same day, and
in the same city, one dollar is exactly
as good as another; but it is not so.
Each has a different history and a
different destiny. Each has a past
and a future, and the first largely
HAMILTON, APRIL 18, 1882. controls the second. For it is not
HAMILTON, APRIL 18, 1882. simply that what a man possesses
i Bureau. bears upon it the stamp which his
Edttorlal. B reau character has given it; its results
also will, in the main, correspond with
B BERi MUDA the qualities which gave it birth.
AS A sMM BESIDxENOE FO INVALIDS. For example, the thriftless, improvi-
dent man, who labors only for present
Many look upon Bermuda as only gratification, who abhors self-denial,
a fit residence for invalids during the and will not look into the future, will
winter months; but theie are good always be poor and inferior. He
reasons for believing it to be in cer- may be an ordinary laborer, or a skill-
tain respects as suitable, if not more ed artisan, or a highly educated phil-
so, during the summer season, or be- osopher, it matters not, for so long as
tween the first of May and the end of he is unable to sacrifice immediate
October. The weather during the pleasure to ultimate good, his money,
winter isin general mild, vastly warm- be it little or much, will slip from him,
er, and more uniform in temperature and leave him and his family in des-
than that of countries, as Canada and titution or dependence. Take away
the United States, therefore, thus the element of self-denial out of
constitutionally conditioned, it has a money, and it seems to lose all stabi-
more salutary and modifying influence lity and endurance.
upon the human system, that is debil- 0
itated. Still there are winter disad- ANOTHERBNEW PAPER.
vantages which are overcome by the Mr. John J. arker of this town
milder .season The water of the has gMr. John J. noticarker of the Berudi town
bays and around the coasts is gene- has given notice to the Bermudian
rally too cold for the invalid who has Public, through a circular, that he
not accustomed himself to his daily purposes starting a new paper about
told water ablutions. In summer the beginning of May, next. This is
the waters are comparatively warm, another evidence to the fact that a
and agreeable, and most delightfully ew era inleast, the newspaper business
refreshing to the feelings, and as begun.at least, that a recent
strengthening to the nervous and revival has taken place; and we hope
physical temperaments. that for the good of the public in-
In winter the air is liable to sud terests it may continue. It is gener-
den chanter the air is liable to sud ally noticed that the older papers,
den changes, and the weather oc- during the past few months, have im-
casionally wet and squally; during m roe
which time the air inside of the houses ensely improved, and are still ap-
as well as outside, is moist and raw, paen y improving-and in doing so,
causing weakly persons, particularly, give more value to their readers"
to feel cold and disagreeable. While and according to Typo's ideas hasten-
in summer, although the air is close ing their pace, like the! full fed fat
and at times sultry and suffocating- horse, at the buzz of the gadfly and
de, every the bark of the bristling terrier. Not
like, everything in nature, is more 1a h tbut
pleasant and the air balmy and serene, only a revival in character, but a re-
eery hill, as it were, inviting the duction in price is much needed. In
tro ling invalid to a seat upon its Canada, the United States and other
verdant summit, or amid the ever- countries the price of newspapers,
greens which adorn its sunny ,slopes through competition in the business
and under whose sylvan shades has been reduced to a mere bagatelle;
amidst the floral profession of Olean- and why should it not be also reduced
ders, repose in peaceful solemnity and in Bermuda? True, the prices of
with the nobler sentiments of the soul, articles etc., are generally higher
looking from nature, up to nature's here than in those countries, and the
looking from nature, up to naure field of enterprise smaller; still, we
It would, we think, be more condu- see no reasons why such exorbitant
oive to health and agreeable to the prices for small papers, should be de-
leelings, if rooms especially those of made by the Publishers The very
hotels and Boarding Houses, where act of so doing gives evidence of an
invalids reside, were heated, and the uncharitable unchristian spirit and a
AoisTUr expelled, by small stoves, great injustice to the reading com-
particularly during the damp days and munity-especially that class whose
chilly evenings of the winter season. means cannot easily afford them to
Again-sailing is safer and moe indulge in the luxury of a 24 shillings
pleasant in summer than in winter sheet, per annum. Even half that
-when the weather is subject to sud- amount is too large a sum for many
den changes, accompanied at times to pay, particular those who have
-ith dangerous squeals. large families andn small means of
To the poetic or sentimental fancy support; and it is our intention to re-
the summer landscapes afford a ver- duce, shortly the price of the "New
dant, varied, vivid and profusive as- ,,Era" to 10 shillins, and even less, if
pect, interspersed with bloom, while we meet with a liberal response, so
the air is balmy with the fragrance of that the paper may come without in-
a thousand flowers. The invalid re- convenience, within the reach of those
quiress rest and enjoyment; and we inm poorer circumstances as well as
lnow of no place on earth where he can those in the richer ranks. We hope,
enjoy it more agreeably than during even for this purpose, that Mr. Parker
the milder season, upon the sunny will make the reduced price a special
summer Isles of Bermuda- point, and in so doing he will confer
A sort of second Paradiae on earth, a public benefit, and increase the list
Sprung into being at creation's birth, of his subscribers. We have no de-
VWithout a serpent orforbidden tree, sire to "shoulder arms" to attempt
To tempt or shackle men-whoall are free. to drive him from the field of enter-


ON VALUE OF MONEY.
The views that different people hold
with regard to money, its meaning
and its value, show to a great extent
the soundness of their judgment
and the clearness of their moral per-
ceptions. A few (and happily in our
day only a few) prize it for its own
sake alone. To them, the mere pleas-
ures of accumulation outweigh all
others, and compensate for any
amount of labor, self-denial' and pri-
vation, to which they freely subject
their families, as well as themselves.
The greater number, however, value
money for what it can bring. Not for
itself do they crave it, but for the
comfort or ease, the power or fame,
the luxury of social standing which it
can command. Some go a step high-
er, and appreciate it mainly for the op-
portunities it affords of doing good,
of spreading of cviliMation, of educa-
tion, of refinement, and of comfort
over those who need their elevating
anauence*
Th* whole value of money does
not consist, however, in what it may
be made to produce. Much of its
wgnificance lies in what it represents,
and this isa standard which is but
Amp Sometimes it stands
r in rervera nc, temper-
,andselfde.ial; some-
it e indicated forttate
Vat t -boxof speculation.
=. eh a of one man it tells of
o t 4Udg"]mept, courage, and hon-
ar esevor; in the hands of an-
tthe story is of o0presion, mean-
ei or .aud. Now it
ote \ ietime of provident
retho ts and seWf-reliance; and
and ganit isa suddenly inherited
p ion. o 0tutiona of the
isy* woh.uat about the .ame,
ba t at oedet We


prise-common to all-but rather
wish him a large and continued pros-
perity in his new undertaking.

THE CROP SEASON.
To the people of Bermuda the crop
season which lasts from the middle of
March till near the end of June,
is the most important part of the
whole year. At present the heat and
hurry of the harvest are in full vigor.
Everywhere throughout the Islands,
hundreds of both old and young are
to be seen in the fields pulling and
packing onions and tomatoes, digging
up and barreling potatoes etc., while
on every roai leading to Hamilton
particular when the Steamer is at
port, may be seen carts and wagons
laden with boxes and barrels,
drawn by horses, donkeys and mules,
and officered by a hardy happy look-
ing class of men. Look to Front
Street particularly in the vicinity of
the sheds and what a varied sight
presents itself to the eye; a regular
and yet irregular crowding of vehicles
to and from the shed, threading their
way through the moving maze. Busy
hands are at work unloading and pil-
ing up the barreled and boxed pro-
duce in regular order, while merchants
and buying-agents are hustling to and
fro apparently with the. full vigor of
manhood, while from the vast and
varied crowd may be heard the buzz
of business, like the din 6f some mov-
ing army around an encampment.

Correspondence
Fromour Somersei Correspondent.
Local Items.
EDunfarzoh.-IDuring last week the
Inspector of, Schools visited for the
quarterly examination the different
estbple in the Western Parishe, receiv-
ing id froMa bhe- Board of B ption-


And I have heard that the Inspector ex-
pressed himself well pleased with the
progress made by the children during
the quarter in the different schools.
SOUTIIAMPTON LANTERS' CLUB.-I have
heard that the Planter's club in South-
ampton is getting in thorough working
order. --It now consists of thirty mem-
bers, the majority of which are men
who plant largely.--The efforts of this
club have been beneficial to the Farm-
ers, not only in Southampton, but
throughout Bermuda during the past
fortnight; and there is no room for
doubt, that if clubs of this kind are
formed throughout the whole island and
are managed judiciously, tue results will
be good during the whole season.
It is only by this means of union that
the supply for each boat can be limited,
aud also one of the best methods to get
our produce put up in good marketable
condition,
PABits BUILDING.-Being in the vici-
nity of St. Anne s Church, Southampton,
one day last week I noticed several piles
of building stone, and on inquiring found
that they are intended for the Parish
Building, about to be erected, and have
since heard that the people of South-
ampton have made rapid stridestowards
improvement, during the last few years.
They have paid off a debt of several years
standing, purchased an acre of land and
are now about to erect a building to be
used as a vestry room hearse lbouse etc.
Its entire length is 52 feet, width 25
feet; the probable cost will be about
200. The parishoners, and members
of the vestry in particular, deserve cre.
dit for the interest they have taken in
corai affairs.
SOMERSET PLANTERS.-The planters of
Somerset held a meeting on Saturday
8th instant, for the purpose of organiz-
ing a Planters Club similar to those that
have been formed in other parishes. I
hear that the meeting was well attend-
ed, and that they meet again on Mon-
day evening 10th instant.
WIDE AwaE.
April 10th, 1882.
A conversation that took place between
our Locil Correspondeut and a Farmer,
about the present state of farming in 'Ber-
muda:
"(Good morning Mr. B- rather damp
weather for your work."
Well yes, but a feller has to he satisfied
-cos you can't make it any better."
ilow are the crops turning out this
season ?"
"Well sir, I've knowed cases were
hav'nt got as good-allowin'fer circum'an-
ces, the cussed bad seed, and the uncommon
dry vether-I can't grumble."
"Are the times as good as formerly ?"
SI'm sixty-eight years old, going on my
sixty-nine, and have had a deal of experi-
ence, but nevet in all my born days heard
of so much running in debt."
What is the cause of all this debt, is it
the low prices--or extravagance on the part
of the Farmer"? ** Well taking the whole
thing in consideration I don't think it is
extravagance-altto we farmers are got to
consider -no more Fish Guano intuit grow
more sweet potatoes and such like-I call
tell ye sir this ere getting in debt is a
nasty thing a feller don't feel like his self
at all-I had to run in debt myself this
year for the matter of twenty pounds or so
and when ever I go to Hamilton I prowl
about like i suck-egg dog around a h nous '
What do yon think of the produce that
has gone already this year P'-Well I spose
sum an' its purty bad-but I dont bel.'veo
that the farmers pits up all the bad stnff,
them ere merchants, and( othito chaps puts
up bad stuff as well-- hy sir who spild the i
ar'root bisness-it was nun er we farmers
doings."
"* What is your opinion about the Far-
mer's CluMs" ?
Why that was my idee a long time ago--
we chaps or't to stick to one anoth'i -themi
ere fellers in Frunt Street stick together why
can't we-I said to some fellers the other r
day that e;or' t(to get our own stuff down from
Ameriky and put all our stuff together,
and if they wont give us a reasonable pric
let one of our own fellers ship it."
Have you heard the report ,bout the
Americans forming a Club to hwart the
Farmers Club in liermuda ?" ''yes 1 heard
so-but do you think 1 belie, it-no Sir
they don't fool this chicken-the Yankees
admire pluck to much, they are the very
folks that would lend us a hand to get on
our feet again. I can tell ye what it is if
there is any such game in the wind. Some
of them ere seveny-flve per cent chaps
in Frunt -treet ha' got a Land in ii,"
WIDE AWAKE,
April 14th, 1882.
*
For the New Era.
Ml. EXITOn.-The court term this
season has been comparatively short,
yet, it comes in the very midst of the


busy season, when those who act as
Jurers, being largely composed of plant-
ers, can ill afford the time from their
work. Some time ago it was held earlier',
but, complaints being made against the
time fixed for the court, a month later
was given ; but this does not suit very
well either. Why could it not be
moved forward to June or July ? which
would be after the crops had been dis-
posed off and people would have more
pleasure, As at present it is very incon-
venient to planters and very materially
affects their interests. The official
authorities should see to this, and ar-
range it more conveniently for another
season, which would suit both Jurors,
witnesses and others who are interested
therein much better than it does as
it is at present.
Yours, &c.,


,A J URORU
April 14th '1882
.*
2b the Flitor of the New Era.'

Mt. nDirroi.--While visiting a
friend yesterday I observed on the
table a small paper published in
Hamilton, and called the "tower
AnUetiin. In perusing its contents


my attention was attracted to an Edi-
torial article entitled "Eggs" which
contains the following extract-The
people at the Turks' Island at cer-
tain times of the year when food is
scarce, are glad to get the wild bird
eggs from the neighboring Cays, and
at the Pedro Keys, near Jamaica,
" where several kinds of birds resort
to." Allow me to respectfully inform
him that he is wrong in his assertions
as there are always an abundance of
food without resorting to the eggs of
wild birds: The facilities for obtain-
ing supplies from abroad are good as
there is regular Communication be-
tween New York and the Islands by
one of the finest steamers that ever
ploughed the Atlantic Ocean.
I would kindly advise the Editor of
the Bulletin" to be careful in future
what ne says about the Turk's Island.
It is natural for one to stick up for
his country and I wish to inform him
that I am.
A TURKS ISLANDER
April 17th, 1882.
4-
Local Queries and Maxims.
Fiom our own special Wag."

What has become of the "Salt"
water Ferry Scheme ?
An old salt" says, it has been
' salted' down in the kettle" for future
service.
What has become of Typo this week ?
The latest accounts from the celebrat-
ed and accomplished Typo" are to the
effect that he was seen sitting on a
fence, practising with a balancing pole,
the art of "straddle-pedestalism," in-
haling air through his breathing appar-
atus, like a scuttle-fish surfeited on eels,
aud shouting apparently in glorious
triumph Whoa Emma 1"
It is a common saying that it is
'* an ill-wind that blows nobody good"
but it would appear that the Gale'
we have at present, like a gentle
zypher is doing a good deal of good to
%th Planters' Crops,-The old farmers
song begins-" Blow, blow, ye gentle
Gales," But the Planter's morning
song commences thus:-
bay. buy thou generous Gale,"
And keep the prices high,
For planters now delight to hear
The song Sweet buy andbuy."
A Peacock," a choice thing'in Ber-
muda, arrived recently from the
American Continent and is now under
the charge of Mr. Turnbull of the
Brunswick House. The Peacock is
exceedingly fond of onions either
cooked or raw, and has come here to
remain during the" Onion Season" so
as to have a luxurious feast on them ;
and before leaving will perhaps gob-
ble up a few thousand boxes. Would it
not be advisable for the Planters' Clubs
to import a few dozens of these Pea-
roosters to be on hand during the
Crop Period, as they would very large-
ly increase and keep up the price and
demand of the onions; besides, also
finely feathering their own nests.
Where is the Fenian horde who
recently intended to invade these
Islands ?
In the Phantom Ship"-The Bul-
letin of the Lighthouse and the
smell of British powder from the as-
senals of the Dockyard and the Salt-
petre Isles caused them to skekaddle
into unknown darkness. Time and
Tide will still "speed-on." The
world still "wags' and so does the
New Era with its corresponding.
Wag"
*
Local Items.

Thanks to Mr. T. J. Pitt Pur-
ser of the S. S. "Vidette" for late New
York papers.
J At Mount Langton on Friday
next April 21st will be sold the


We understand that the War-
wick Planters Club have decide 0on .
sending at least 1000 Boxes of ,tJidus
to England, as a test elxpwatment.
The Boxes will be sent to .iheir des-
tination via New York by tranship-
ment.
mei To get first class cigars in
quality and flavor agreeable to the
taste and exhilerating to the feelings
go to G. H. Rechts :-
If pain of body or of mind,
Should make your feelings jar,
Just go at once to Mr. Rechts,
And get a good cigar.
The Vidette" left New York
at 11 o'clock Friday night; experienc-
ed fair weather until saturday, when
it encountered heavy seas and strong
head winds; sighted Bermuda Sunday
afternoon at 5 o'clock, lay too all
night, and arrived at this port yester-
day forenoon. 't he "Vidette" is ex-
pected to leave on Saturday next.
SNew York, April 12th.-EA
Vidette, Bermuda cargo sold,
Potatoes $8.
Onions $2. 25.
Beets $1. 50-
Tomatoes 50 to 75.
If the Orinoco should come up full,'
potatoes would drop to $7.50, onions
to $2.00
JSW Last Tuesday afternoon as -
the Sloop "Gleaner" was passing
through the opening of the Swing-
Bridge at the Causeway the strong
wind which prevailed at the time
forced her against the bridge, break-
ing her bowsprit, and otherwise in-
juring her. Edward Outerbridge
was at the Crank at the time and sus-
tained serious injuries; but at last
accounts was improving as well as
could be expected.
SDuring the past week nearly
600 tons of ice have been removed
from the vessel "Stacy Clark" into
the vaults af the new ice-house, East
Broadway, Hamilton, Mr. Richard
Bennett, contractor for the new build-,
ing has also been busy clapboarding
it, in regular American style which
gives it a nice lightsome appIearance
similar to many of the buiidjng.. to
be seen throughout the United States
and Canada. "'1
The building has a strong base-
ment of stone-walls; the superstridt-
tuae consists of scantling, and boards
etc.,and in New England phraze the
form of architecture is termed th
Baloon style. Buildings of this class
are easily and rapidly erected, and
when completed in every part present
a beautiful, finished-like appearancU }
The ice-house is quite., an ornament to
that part of the Town, and a credit.
to Capt. '-tahl, agent and superin-
tendent, and also to the builder, Mr.
Richard Bannett.
ie- The Good Samaritans of St.'
Georges with members of other
Lodges, and invited guests celebrated
their anniversary in that town on
Thursday last. Through the Princi- .
ple Streets they marched in proces-
sion, headed by the Alexandrina.
Band. Having assembled in St. Pe-
ter's Church the Rev. J. F. Light-
bourn delivered to them a very excel-'
lent discourse, from the text-" Bear
ye one another's burdens" The
Choir composed of the S. S. 'Scholars
of the Church, accompained by the A
organ, rendered several choice selec-
tions of hymns etc., very admirably. -'
In the Town Hall the processionists "
subsequently assembled, where ad-
dresses etc., were delivei'ed by mem-
bers of the Order. In, the Lodge
Room they afterwards assembled and
partook of a sumptuous dinner, the
Band meanwhile playing lively music.
From different parts of the Islands
large numbers of people werepresent
and all seemed to have en'oved one


Household effects of the late Gover- of the pleasantest and most enterest-
nor. ing Social entertainments of the sea-
i SPECIAL NOTICE- -To insure son.
insertion all Advertisments must be ...
sent to this office on Monday evening
at the furthest.
S The Royal Mail Steamer from
Halifax arrived at St. Georges on
Thursday afternoon, and on the follow-
ing morning left for Jamaica. --
A&- The ,Steamer Lessong" be-
longing to the Quebec S. S. Co., is
expected heie about the 26th or 27th LATEST NEW S.
inst. L S TN WS
uw On Wednesday evening last The 'London Times' says-The con-
.... edition of Ireland at present is a subject
the Grand Bill' of the season was P .
gthe Grand Btll o the seasonteb was of the deepest anxiety to all the mem-
given at the Hamilton Hotel, by the bers of the executive. All the landlords
proprietor. It is said to have been a of the countries of Westmeath and Ros-
splendid affair. common are under police protection.
The weather during the past Chief Secretary Forster has held a'
week has been well conditioned for consultation with the Lord Lieuitenant
the growing and maturing of the of Ireland and the Police Authorities,
crops. Heavy showers fell during with the object of having recourse to
Friday morning. s, ome effectual remedy for the state of
W-, His Lordship the Right Rev. affairs in Ireland. The recent- murders
Llewlyan Jones, Bish p of Newfound- are causing serious anxiety.
land and Bermuda, is expected to The lighthouse on the western point
leave in the R. M., Steamship Beta, of Sable Island has been abandoned,
for Halifax, on her return from the owing to the high tides having under-
West Indies, on or about Tuesday, mined it so far as to render it unsafe for
25th inst.-"Bulletin." the keepers to abide in.
SW' To allay the fears of the Ber- The required sum of $5,000 for an
li h b dib American memorial window in West-
muda Public, we have been credibly minster Abbey bas been realized,
informed that H. S. "Urgent, John Fracis, Publisher of thea Lon-
now lying at the Dockyard, never John ras, Publisher ofhe -
had a case of yellow fever on board don Athenmum is dead.,
during her two years stay atthe Island Hanln is practising fo&r ae rdeo
of Jaamloia.-" Bulletin" with Trickett on May lit '


5 '


TRE *84t W- ERa4o..







THE VEY WER.1.. :


Guitau is mad-why? Because his
stiter says she thinks he is crazy.
Reports from New York state -that the
weather last week has been cold, snow-
ing, raining and disagreeable.
April 12.--21 years to day the
Batteries under General Bureaugard
opened fire upon the Federal Garison
'under Major Anderson in fort
Sumpter.
The no-rent agitation appears to have
found its way into Scotland. Lord Mac-
Donald sued 20 of his tenants for rent,
'the Process server was seized by a mob
and the summones burned.
DAM AG By FRosT AND sTonm.-Injury
reported to the fruit crops-tidings of
snow and flood, Wilmington, Del., April
11.-The sudden tall of temperature to
a point below'freezing, last night, causes
some anxiety about the peach crop.
A terrible rain storm followed by a
severe snow stem oocured last week
in the state of Ohio, etc. It is feared
that much damage has been done to
the Fall sown wheat.
HALr.AX, N. S. April 12 1882.-The
first large party of English colonists a for
Manitoba, numbering upward of five
hundred, arrived here yesterday on the
steamer Circassian and left by special
trains last night for the Northwest.
They carry with them sums of money
aggregating $500.000. It is understood
that the Parisian, the next weekly steam-
er from England, will bring .about one
thousand more colonists.

A* Thanks to Capt. Whitehurst
and Purser Frith of s. s. Flamboro',
for fyles of latest New York papers.
i5- Prices of Bermuda produce in
New York, on the 13th, iust.
Potatoes $9. to $10
Onions $2.25
Tomatoes 75cts.
13).A verdict of manslaughter has
been rendered against Win. Iris of
Pembroke for having caused the death
of his wife through ill-treatment. He
is now in jail.-Full account next


NOIT <'E.

KvitO L *OIL
WID HOUT RESERVE,
By Public Aucto0'a
UNDER THE BIG SHIED,
On Thursday,
Next, the 20th, Inst.
At 12 o'clock, M.,
WILL BE SOLD.
25B A RRELS
Kerosene OIL.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneer's
Hamilton April 17th, 1882.
AltRITT keeps Delicious R;-ileri'yir
a and Sarsaparilla Syrup' IR'INKS.



TAKE NOTICE.
I wish to call the Attention of
Lovers ot fine Sigars,
to the fact that I am able to suit the
taste and fancy of the most fastidi-
ous of smokers, having

JUST t1,ECEIVED
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Extra fine S I G A 11 8
VARYING IN PRICE-10s. to 4s. per 100.
H. RECHTS.
Parliament Street, Hamilton.
BAkRR1'T always keeps the est . RUPS.


- DIED.. NOTICE.

Died in- Devonshire Parish on the 13th, The Summer is coming keep Cool
inst., after a ihort and pJiaful illness JOHN keepCl ool.
SAMtIur HNsoN, aged 42 years. The de-,
oCaed leaves mother, sister and brother' Established 1874.
with other relatives and friends to mourn C 0 M P ET I T 1 0 N DEFIED.
their lo*.-
.... ..... ,JOHN BARRITT,
lManuacturer of Soda Water, Lemonade,
S Is i pp Gingerade, &c. &c., &.
SEstablishment Corner of E. Broadway and
Victoria Streets, Hamilt,,n, Bermuuda.
I.NL. LNC FHE Subscriber would call the attenti-
PORT OF HAMIL ON. on of the Inhabitants of Bcrmnula
OR Stand others to the Fact," that. lie has con.il-
ENTERED. tinually advanced ini the improve'm April 17-8. S. Vidette, Fuller, New lisManufacture, as the gradual increase
York ; assorted cargo to S. S. Ingham. of his trade will testify. Hlie has now per-
The SteamerlFlamborough. Captain White- fected arrangvnients whereby he can Mainu-
hurst arrived at Murnrys Bay, and at this facture Superior to any of the kind in the
Port at 8 o'clock this morning. Islad of Bermuda, and he begs to ,,ff r
OLEARED. his sincere thanks to the above for their
April i3-Mail steamer Orinoco, Fraser, liberal Patronage of the past, and re-pect-
New York; 2.152 bis. potatoes, 16,381 boxes fully solicits a continuance of the same.
onions 10,380 boxes tomatoes, 192 boxes For they will always find BA RRITT'S"
beets, aud 50 tons almonds. Aerated water, Plain Soda and other CaO-
1S-Clir. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbadoes bonate Beverages in Quart Siphons 10
1511 bls. and 3 boxes potatoes, 1,003 bxes Ga on Fountains and Cses of wo, Four
and 10 bla. onions, and 20 empty casks. umlon Fountaies and Cases of Two, Four
uand Six Dozen Buttle, superior to auy in
thk Island.
PORT OF ST. GEORGE. '
ENTERED. TES TIMONIE S.
Alitn 1ql Ml A .,l MaI' ,tsA,. la' .-.. I W h>ve niJ, h ,ilW.. ', ii l ,'a r 'ioresti-


Ialifax ; English Mail of 30th M warh and
therchandize.-Agent J. M. I wayward.
16-British steamer York Castle,
from Africa via Gibralter bound to Balti-
more, loaded with iron ore, called for sixty
tons coal ; which having obtained, left on
same afternoon for Baltimore.-Agent, J. 8.
Darrell.
CLEARED.
Aprif13 --Royal M ail Steamer Beta, Shaw,
Jamaica; Mails and merchandise.
15-1Br. Steamer York Castle, Balti.
more; inward cargo.
LIST OF PASSENGERS
ARRIVED.
In the Flamborough' from New York to-day
-Mrs. Gliucy, Miss Emma Sweeney, Mr.
and Mrs. Coombs, Revd. Mr. Boardmau and
Lady, Mr. aed Mrs. Murray, nurse and
infant. Capt. F. Luckenback. Me. J. D.
Outerbripge, Miss Eleanor White.
In the Royal Mail Steamer Beta on Thurs-
day last from Halitax :-John S. Maclean,
Esq.., George Campbell, Esqr., Major and
Mrs. England,, Surveyor C. Johnson, R.E.
and son. For Jamaica Major I fill.-Second
Cabin, Mrs. Woodiendale, Wmin Wallake-
From Bermuda to Jamaica, D. A. U. Gen-
eral Neville, Miss L. Shaw, Miss S. tiny-
ward,
BAILED.
In the .Mail Steamer "Orinoco" on
Thursday last for New York.-Mr. and Mrsa.
Rufus liastch and 3 children, Mrs. A. (C.
Zuill and Miss F. Zuill, Mr. and Mlrs Bur-
dick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. H. Plade, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allin,
Mr- and Mirs. Congdon, Mrs. and Miss
.Browning, Mra. Smith and Daughter, Mrs.
'Geo. Lawson, Mrs. Church, Mrs. Cowdrey,
Mrs. Cooper, Miss R. Crowell, Dr. Crum-
'bie and Miss Crumbie, Dr. Bradley. Dr.
Iawes, Dr. James Paul, Dr. T. A. Kidd,
'apl T. A. Jaqkson, R [.R. Lieuts. Pretty-
'iman, and Van Ingen, B.N Capt. Olstou,
f[Marine Service.) Messrs. J. C. Clark, W.
6. Dewitt, S. Clark, U.S. Steadman, H.
HarveyJ W'. Smith, Chis. Smith, B. M.
iMontgomery, J. B. Montgomery, U. S.
'Ooe, H. Orange, M. Nicoll, A. B. Jube, L.
"W. Peddington, Geo. Smith, J. L. McNeil,
Q3 G. Plummer. T. M. Prudden, E. P.
oautter, 'H.'N. Johnson, 0. J. Bishop W. II.
reported that U. S. Frigate Richmond
at foundered.
G Qto BAR.RITTS for pure Iced A1-
ratsd DRINKS.


mnyoto the excellent quality of the
" Soda Water" made by John Barritt, of
Ilamilton.
J. W. REID, M. D.,
Deputy Surgeon General.
Naval Hospital, Irlaud Island.
IOHN BARRITT of Hamilton his
w Supplied me with Aerated Waters
from October 4th, 1876 to the present time
and I have bevn well Satisfied with thy
quality of the same.
J. SINCLAIR, M. D., P. M. 0.,
Deputy Surgeon General
Hamilton, Novr 4th, 1878
JOHN BAR!RITT of Hamilton has
Supplied th' C~tteen 46th Regt.
with Lemonade, Ginigerade ant olher Car-
bonate Beverages since their arrival in
Berinu'la and has given Satisfaction in
every way.
J. B. BROWN, Capt. 46thrRexet.
President, Canteen Commit tee.
G. PHILLEI'S,
Canteen Steward.
Prospect, Octr. 19th, 1879.
JR. JOHN BARRITT. It has
aftorl,' d me great pleasurejin bear-
ing tes.tim.,ny (alter three years experience)
the excellent quality of the Aerated lDriniks
Manufactured by you at Hamilton.
C. I ARYV EY,
Surgeon. R.N.
NavajlgHospital. Ireland Island.
R. JOHN BARRITT, plheae send
b3 "Pioneer" to-minrrow four
Cases of Soda Water for I can safely say
that your So*ia Water is the best anlt
cheapest on the Island and that you al-
ways Supplied me with great Satisfaction.
Yours &c.. &e.
ED. CONNELLAN,
Surgeon Major.
St. George's.
Terms made known on application
Special terms to large Consumers.,
JOHN BARRITT.
Manufacturer.
Corner or East Broadway and Victoria
Street.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 17th, 1882.
O to BARRITT'S for your Summer
DRINKS and keep cool all day..:


First e. set' for
Deoner-r'a.
To RETURN DIRECT.
The departure of the 'Iipi,'er Schooner
E GGO"O1DFf
has been P'o-,I:-. 1 for the Conveni-
ence of Shippers until
rTlh:: .sday next,
April 20 th .
Freight will be received until Thurs-
day at noon. For freight, either way
apply to Capt. Griffin on board-or to.
J. H. JACKSON,
A gent.'
N. B. Second Size POTATOES
WANTED.
Hamilton April 17 tO, 1882.


NOTI CE.
By 'Auction,
At GOVERNMENT HOUSE Mount
Laiugt n
On Friday,
21st, April
At 12 o'clock M. sharp
Bv order of Lieunt. 11. 1). Luffin
r'T e Household Furniture,
&c., &c., &c.
Consistiig in part.--
1 VERY Superior PIANO ;
1 V Broadwood
Handsome I'ICTU' RES
Spring and Iron BEI.'TIADS
6pri,,g and Hlair M\IA TLTASSES
and ohli'r Bedding
Rocking, Lounge, Garden, and other
CI A IRS, and SETTEES
Chesi DRAWERS
Toilet SETS, TABLES and WASH-
STANDS TABLE and o:her
GLASSWARE Handsome LAMPS
Duplex &c.
Breakfast Tea and Coffee SETS
Dinner anid Dessert SETS
an itssor'tmet ooil her CROCKERY
Candle SHADES tiud N)ZZELS
Puntry FURN ITULKE
Kitchen FURNITURE and UTENSILS
Milk PANS and PAIL6S
an assorlimeit of Garden TOOLS
alot of Sherry and other WINES
-ALSO--
If not previously disposed of
IIOR ES CO S CARRIAGES
IIA RN ESSES
And a great many other useful ARTI-
CLES iita will al)pear dA the >alc,
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
A uctionee-s.
Hamilton, April 10th, 1882.-2 3p.


ea & Coffee, ,
r1 HE UND-1.6"IG-';ED respectfully
begs to inform the public that he
has just received a fresh and larger sup-
ply of TEA and COFFEE.
W. B WATUNCTMN,
Agent for IMPORTER's and JOBBER'S
TEA & COFFEE.
There are eleven different brands of,
TEA and three different brands, 6f
COFFEE, this gives ample opportunity
to choose the sort that suits your,taste
and fancy ; while the RAPID sALES with
which these TEAS & COFFEES have,
met with inb Bermuda saves us, the
trouble of saying anything further in
their favour.
Hamilton, March 10th ,1882.


Forest Lake Ice

*COMIPJdxY
Beg to ir.form the Public of'
ermtnda that they have just re-
ceived at the new ICE H.OUSE,
East Broadway,
586 Tons of
Natural I e,
Of first quality, and are now
prepared to furi'i h Ice daily to
Customers in Hamilton' and Vi-
cinity.
J. B STAHL & CO.
Agents.
April 8, 1882 -3ms.


Notice.


For Demerara
The Fast Sailing Schooner
MA&61 "

DARREL, MASTER
Expected to arrive from aWest
Indies about 20 to 25 instant.
Will load with all dispatch for
DIEM'ER ARA to return,
V i a; tlatrbados. Persons
wishing to secure Freight, will
please call at,,the office of
B W. WALKER & CO.
IIamilton April 8 1882.-3in3p


01H BARRITT has excellent GINGER-
SADIinLd iEMONrADE,


Fihr, Isuraice.
Polices on STORES, DWELLING
i HOUSES, & MERCHANDISE,
insured by the
Western Insur-


Company. of TOeoNTO,
the lowest rates.


CANADnA. at


Cupi/tal one Million Dollars.
Police.s free of chl ,a ye.
APPL Y, TO
SAML. A. MASTERS.
Agent.
March, 25. 1882.


FOR RE T.t
ACottage north of Victoria'
"- Park, possession given 15th
.April ,next.
Apply to
W. T. JAMES.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, March. 27 1882.-2in3p



Notice.
The UNDERSIGNED will receive
and forw .rd co 'sgnments of Produce as
usual to the ad ;ress of
Messrs. MII)DLETON & Co.,
AND
Messrs.HE NR Y BR INKER & Co
NEW YORK
Sales, returned and Stencils promptly
furnished on application to
SAML. A. MASTERS.
April 10th, 1882.-1m


Upholstery JWork
!HE UNDERSIGNED woald re-
I spectfully inform the public that
she hashad several years experience in
the making, cleaning, and repairing of


MATTRESSES & BEDS,
and still continues at the business.
All orders for such work will be puinctual-
ly attended to.
The following are the prices,;-
For cleaning and otherwise prepairug
the hair, and making new mattresses
TWELVE SHILLINGS.
FoR re-making, cleaning ticking &.
hair of old EIGHT SHILLINGS.
Otherwise r,.pairing, &c., done cheaply
APPLfY ,TO
.MRs. JANE RILEY.
Salt Kettle, Paget.
March 25 1882.


.ew. GOodS.
Receive ed From


Via
.eJE Ir YORK,3

A fine assortment of
Fancy Coating, Suiting &
Trowerserings,
SWir Please call and examine. 4
0. L. DICKINSON,
Queen Street.
Hamilton, March 27, 1882.


Just Received,
PER 8S "ORINOG'0O"
FROM

AND


LADIES' Summer HATS, in straw
and leghorn, Childrens' IIAT.S-, in
Straw and Tuscan,
Gents' Panama HATS, Tuscan
and Straw H;. TS, Ladies' colored thread
GLOVES,' Moscheto NET, HOSIERY
SATCHELS, Traveling TRUNKS,
PERAMBULATORS, Ladies French
CORSETS, very superior, Large as-
sortment BOOTS and SHOES,
Gentlemens' CLOTHING, SHIRTS, &c.
Large assortment of CLOT I ING
expected to arrive per 'SEYMIOUR'
All these goods will be sold very cheap
at the store of
R`. H DUERDEN.
Hamilton, April 11th, 1882,



anted lInmes

Sdiately
A FIRST-CLASS COAT-MAKER
Api) y to ". '
0. .. DICKINSON,
A'pr 3, 1882-


T. T ea? Tas
r HEi ChoicEsr TEAS iu the m'earket :
T cuan onl I ). tiil i, on tlh
UNDERS U(NED, Agent for the
"HAIFAx CH!iA "'c.LA 't."
At St. Georges, viz .-
Choicest HYSON, 3s. 9d. OOLONG, 2?. ?4;
ENGLISH BREAKFAST, 2s. 6d. '
SOUCHONG, 2s. CONGON, Is. 6d. Is. 91
FAMILY CADDIES of 5 lbs. & 10 lbs
each, all bearing the Co.'s.trade mark.,
Every Family, should avail them-
selves of this frar opportunity,
to 'enjoy a 'portion of this, .
GREAT LUXURY.
A. J. RICHARIDSON,
St. Georges, April, 1882.
M. J UDGE
WITH

O'dyr9I S & JUDh *,
WHOLESALE DEALERS and RECEIVERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
BERMUDA PRIBGUCE,
42 &.43. Vsey Street Pie ,,
West Washington M a.rket.
New York, March 1st 1882.
Dear Sir.
As.the Season for. Slhippin-. all
kinds of BERMUDA PRODUCE to
this market is now at hand, we again .
take the liberty of placing our services at t
your disposal for the sale of any con-
signments you may make to this market.
We are certain from the long experi-
ence we have had in the BERMUDA
TRADE, besides being very large re-
ceivers and dealers in this City,' and all -'
over the country, we have the facilities
to. handle all consignments of Shippers
the best advantage and realize them the
highest market prices.
Our business location for the past"
THIRTY-FIVE (35) YEARS is one of
the best in our market,and it gives us
every, advantage to dispose of the Ship- 4
pers' produce with quick despatch
herby enabling us to make prompt re- '* -
turns with net proceeds.
We are sure after you have given us
a trial you will be satisfied with our
dealings and will be only too anxious to
continue shipping to us all.through the'.
season.
MIR. THOSE. H. PITT of HAMILTON,.
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be
most happy to furnish -you with
STENCILS ONx APPLICATION, aud give you
all the necessary information you re-
quire. Any time you write to us about
markets, business prospect ,; e'tc., we"
will -ive you all the information in our' "
power.;
meanwhile assuring you of the s sa
I.. :1 i, and pleasure it would t ft, s.Y .
to hear from you soon, and thaning
you for' past favors, and hoping ou
will still continue entrusting us jith.
'ybur' confidence, we are, Dear'Sir,
Yours lespei-.t fuily,.
O'CONNOR & JUDGE ."


FOHRFETVT.

SrHE DWELLING
r and STORES,
Three Doors West of -
Royal-Gazette' Office.
Premises, can beinspecteed on after-
noons of Wednesday and Thursday..
TERMS made known on applica-
tion to .
'J KEEN.
March 13th,' 1882./ I1
.~~~~ ;.- 1


.Aotice.
W ANTED, an industrious Married
MAN to, live on TUCKIER'$
SLAND, and Plant that and MO-o
GAN'S ISLAND.
The Soil is veiy rich ad productive.
Tomatoes grow very. fine ands gie,..
heavy crops,' the soil is particularly
aptepadfor growing early onions with-"-
sufficient qua nti t o grow 5,000 boxes.'
Fish are easily .caught-from any part'.
'of the Islands, and poultry can be-
'raised in any quantity. Its western,
extremity being about 300 .yards from.
the nearest Somerset shore, prevents
trespassing, except by Boat. A single'
Dog will give notice of a landing on, ,.
ny part of the Island... '
For further particulars please apply
to

Hamilton, March 13, 1882, -
B.K. A LKC-1 -Oa


FOr iSale

o~e H ors


good for any kind' of 4ork.
''AND
A IfMarkget WOW4
in perfect working order, wiljl0b a ,'''


together. for'


Pmable iu.-~o'uci. witidn iw'
i-IL.T.W. VWAIKEI
ilanaltonApril 3,1 d, 182,


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~FiIE .VEW


EDGAR F, 8IMMON8,

SIerchant Tailor,
"tesppctfully informns the Publip that hp
has Opened a
Tailoring Establishment
Pyver the $tore pf ALEXA4INF 4J. F#PTH,
pEsqr,,
.No 39, .Front Streaet.
Q,1nra4tees th givp satisfaction and
solicits g share of the Public patronage.
SW A new supply of QOODS always
opn and,
JUJilton,.Feby. 31, 188$,


All Auction Goods
Seat for Sale Uiacer
limits
MUwt PaY % kw% ver et,
If Said Limits Cannot be ob.
rained.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,,
Aujctioneerq,
Na=Uto&, Jany, 8, 1888%


For Sale,
One side 13AR7TOP
BUGGY (NTow)
also, a good assortaent of canned
goods, Hams, Lard, Butoer, &c, &c.,
ALSO,
a Variety of fine Harness, &o,,
Cheap For Cash.
J. B, STAHL, & Co.
East, Broadway,
Hamilton, Feb. 13, 1882.


Just Received,
Per OITNOCO,'
FRENOIT CORSETS,
White COTTONS,
13rown COTTONS, whitee SHIRTS,
Colored 4IRTS, PRINTS,
-- steid TICOATS-very cheap,
VILTERS and JACKETS-very cheap.
ALSO,
TISH ANO-cheap,
i CROCKERY WARE,
GLASS WARE, CIGARS,
FURNITURE, White SUGAR,
forto Riio'SUGAR-superior to Vacu-
umnpan.
R. H. DEURDEN.
Hamilton, Feby, 6th, 1883.


T~E UNDERSIGNED
(Worker nl Cane)
prepared to clean and put in order
CANE SEATS
IN 13OTTOM "OF



c., &o.
Also Polish' them.
310 gporantees to give satisfaction,
xMN! BEPE=E1CES!
Ad4(ress
IICHA RD S. SIMONS,
lear the Rectory, Paget.
Paget, Feby. 14, 1881.


Eclectic Labora-
tory,
TANxryTrp.


TlHE PROPRIETOR of this E~stb-
lishmept guarantees SATISFAOwTON in
Ge rnI E P A I RA S to Pianofortes,
II opniqums, Parlor Orgain, ConCertinas,
Ap rdeons, Flutinas, Fiddles, Flptes, Cli,
rioi s, SEWING MACHINES, Orgunin=
ptt Cabinettos, RE OLVERSS,
ANJOS made to order or Imported,
Fancy CAVBINEUT Work, FurIiture up-
jiolstered.
T S'ENCIT/PLATES cut,
Kerosene I AMPS and Broken GLASS
ati, fIHNA repaired.
S G Nf1lidN BANNERS Painted to
t0 r. ,


Ca biltiet
Vig alU i.p
Does ot?
Ask hn


'ork-buit SQoud Work,
wwanted.
i y]l knpown,
arts of the Island, by order.
mention aol ,WQ7k here.
iext door Neighbor whether
ed with the work done for
ES T, ANDERSON,
2, 18s, *


I


Watches, Clocks,



AND

AAn"G!GOODS.
ALSO,
PIANOS, ORGANS,
and lots of useful articles
Just Received,
FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA,
Comprising in all the finest stock of
Holiday Goods
Ever offered in Bermuda,
An early call and inspection is respectfully
solicited by
E. T. CHILD,
Watchmaker & Jeweler
Hamilton, Bermuda, Deer. 6, 1881.



JOHN B.DBERG
(East End Hamilton)
In tendering his Thanks to the Public for
their liberal patronage, begs again
to call attention to his

OF
FIRST CLASS
FAMILY GROCERIES
and


And hopes, by strict attention to their
orders, to ensure a further share
of their patronage.
RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK,
Ew S. S. "Orinoco,"


TEAS


.A.NITD
CHOICE COrF'EjS,
Hams and Bacon,
Of the most popular Brands,
SMOKED BEEF!
And other MEATS,
Tins SALMON, LOBSTER, OYS.
TEARS, BEEF, MUTTON,
POULTRY, &c.,
7Tns of FRUITS of all descrip-
tions.
Essence of BEEF and Potted MEATS,
New Stock of Jellies of all
flavors, in Wine-glasses, Butter-
coolers, Goblets, Tumblers, &c.,
BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE,
CORNMEAL, LINSEED MEAL,
FLOUR, of Superior Brands,
llome Made Bread !
eI., &c., &eo.
All Goods offered for Sale are of the
best quality, and are put up at the
LOWEST possible prices for CASu.
Hamilton, Feby. 27, 1881.


LARRABEE'S FANCY
B UICUI T,
The celebrated Lady Finger,
Vanilla, Cream-Bar, Demi Lune,
Star Lemon, Nic Nacs &c.,
Constaffily fresh and crisp
AT H. RECHT'S.

Received per "Orinoc o."
Cincinnati Sausage,
Head Cheese, or Brawn,
Putch Head Cheese,
(QGenuiqe Edam)
At H. RECHT'S,

Coffee.
If you wish Coffee unadulterated with
Chicory or other substances, Call at
H. RECHT'S,
PALIAMENT STUZEr.
Next the Melbourne House.
amilmton, Jaoy. 31, 1882, ; .


THE UNDERSIGNED
Hfas just Opeued
Groceries,
ARRIVED FROM ENGLAND
and NEW YORK,
SAMS. BACON,
SHOULDERS,
BEEF, PORK,
Tins Roast Beef, Mutton, Duck,
Chicken, Goose,
Lunch TONGUES,
Potted Ham, Beef and Tongue,
Tins SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTERS,
Green PEAS, BEANS, CORN and
ASPARAGUS,
Bottles Assorted PICKLES, Red Cab.
bage and SAUCES,
Corned BEEF in Tins,
BISCUITS of all kinds,
SUGAR-white and brown,
FLOUR, Tins Cocoa & Milk.
COFFEE and MILK,
Chocolate and Milk. FRY's COCOA,
Eip'S CHOCOLATE, Oolong TEA,
Green and Burned COFFEE,
Oatmeal, Oilmeal, Corn Meal,
Flaxseed, Linseed Meal,
Bottles of SYRUPS of all flavors,
Bottles of PIE FRUIT, Damson,
Gooseberries, Cranbecries, Green-
gages, Rhubarb Plums, Cherries,
&c., &c ,
Tins of FRUITS in Syrups, Cherries,
Peaches, Plums, pears. Pineapple,
Strawberry, Apples, and Apricots,
JAMS of all flavors,
BUTTER, LARD, RICE,
Table SALT, CHEESE,
Ham SAUSAGE,
( o4. Bottles of ESSENCES Lemon,
Raspberry, Vanilla, &c, &c,,
Condensed MILK,
Tartaric ACID-powdered,
HAIR OIL-assorted flavors,
Fine Olive OIL, CVRRIE, powdered in
bottles,
Fresh EGGS, DATES, FIGS,
RAISINS, CURRANTS,
SPICES, NUTMEGS, MACE,
CLOVES, ALMONDS in and out of
shell,
Jars Preserved GINGER, SAGO,
TAPIOCA, TURNIPS,
POTATOES, CORN,
OATS, BRAN, &c., &o.
JOHN BARRITT,
Corner of Vic,:toria Street,
and East roviawa;N,
Hamilton. Jan. 9, 1882,

CHEAP GROC SERIES,
4..--,,,


DEALER IN
English and American Staple
and
Fancy Groceries,
PROVISIONS,
&c., &c., &C,

Specialities,
LAIRRABEE'S
Fancy Biscuits,
Choice Selections of
BANNED GOODS,

FINE TEAS and COFFEES
OF SUPERIOR FLAVOR,

Ilaker & Clavk's
Smoked Meats.

A Lot of Useful Articles
In Tin Wtare,
Notions, &c., &c.
PALIAMENT STEET,
Next to the Melbourn House
Hamilton, Sptember 26, 1881


NO FICE.

Pianos, Organs,


Repaired and Tuned
By
JOHN F. WILLIAMS
Warwick, April 10th. 1882.

FOR SAJE.
H ALF Chests Oolong TEA
-very cheap,
Cases Quarter 'ins SARDINES,
Boxes Assorted PIPES-1 gross
each,
Cases Card MATC IES, 10 gross
each,
Assorted JAMS. per 10 .dozen or
imore-cheap.
B. E. DICKINSON,
F..ront Street, Hamilton.


WANTBG.
AN APPRENTICE
To Learn the
Tailoring Business.
ALSO.
A Journeyman Tailor,
None but a First-Class workman
need apply.
EDGAR F.'SIMMONS,
Merchant Tailor.
Front Street, Hamilton,
Mareh 20, 1882.


Hair Dressing fall.

FRED. DAVIS,
Hair Dresser,- &c*,
Formerly of Boston, U.S.,
IN RETURNING THANKS TO HIS
NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS
For their liberal patronage dur-
,ing the past year,
WOULD INFORM THEM THAT HE IS
STILL IN HIS OLII PLACE,
And at all times ready during the day
and evening to devote hia
services to them,
AND OTH ERS
who may favor him with their patronage.
SHA VING & HAIR CUTTING
Executed with neatness and dis-
patch.
A- CLEAN TO WEL
FOR EACH CUSTOMER.

o, outside Orders,
If not from too great a distance,
WILL BE'ATTENDED TO.

RAA0OS H O-NED
At the shortest notice.
FALT3,-
In MR. T. H. PITT'S Buildings,
FRONT STREET,
I-Iamilton Bermuda.
Septr., 26,1881.-tf

THE UNDERSIGNED
H AVING lately received orders to
purchase
MLCH COWS,
Found great diffalty and much loss
in doing so.
We have decided to make a special-
ty of the SALE AND PURCHASE
OF COWS on Commission. Any
person wishing to sell a Cow will
please communicate with us, giving a
description of the Cow, how many
Calves had, what quantity of milk
given per day, &c., the prioe wanted,
and where she can be seen,
Persons wishing to purchase, can,
by calling at our Office, 25 Front
Street, have a reliable description of
COWS for sale, and the price of each ;
and as we have spacious enclosed Lota
adjoining our Stores, Cows will be
quite safe andd attended to, should they
have to stay in Town over night, when
gent for delivery.
All Sales will be for CA.sa on deli-
B. W. WALKER & Co.



DEALER IN
General Dry Goods,
WEST EN D,


DRESS GOODS-very chenp,
UNPER SKIRI'S; JACKETS,
ULSTERS, Wool SHAWLS,
Frenchli CORSETS-somlQ large,
PRINTS, COTTONS, Neck TIES,
GLOVES, HATS. SILESIAS,
TRIMMINGS, UNDERCLOTH1I.NG,
JEWELRY. EMBROIDERY,
FANCY GOODS, &c.,
Gent's Good Ready-made CLOTHING
.of all sorts, .
Dress S.IiIRTS. Working SHIRTS,
1BRA CE$, Cardigan JACKETS,
SOCKS, COLLARS,
50 Bis. New Portland CEMENT
at 15s. 6d.,
FISt POTS. Fish Pot WIRE,
G LASSWARE,
CROCKERY WARE in great variety,
COBBETT'S BATS. BALLS, STUMPS,
Lev GUARDS, "GLOVES.
English- STARCH,' CANDLES,
TEAS, Cheap CIGARS, 4s. 4.1- per
Sbo u, u p ,,.
Bags IIGCF-1s. 6d. per 100 1)s',
8s, Od. per *50 lbs. 4s. 6d1. per.
25 lbs.,
F1i4ing LINES, !IQQS, ..
K Oil LAMPS, and a Great 'iet of
othee G.OODS--all -at Vey Low
Plri es.


Gifts Gift.
CAN there he any Articles in .e .
Market more suitabl- fr Pfroseits'" 'S
than those offered by tIh ilnderio-ned
HUSBANDS, -before Pu.lhiasing- a
PjeMe of Jewelry, &o., conSider it one
of the ... .
".. REMINGTON"
SEWING MACHINES
The Best in Use, whlivih will d-,, one ,-
Week's work in one day, thereby giving
time to rest and enjoy the Holidays, is .
not the best tdtake home?.

Young -iien and lMaidens
If you wish to give your FI:IFr:'1 a
present that will interest and
instruct them on various
subjects of importance,
Get them one of the: valuable works,
that cost less, and'will be appreci-. -
ated more and last longer tfiau

The Pictorial History of
the World,
By McCABE,
Over 1,200 Pages and 650 Engravings.
The Encyclopedia of
Business & Social Forms, :
Crowded with information on all
Subjects of Interest.
The HISTORY of that Great and
Good Maiu,.
James A. 'Garfield, ''
Late President of the United States.
Young Men, read and learn how a boy
ia )poor circumstances may rise to- the
head of one of the greatest Natiuns df the
World.
THE ILLUS:TRTED
Family: ble, :
\ith over 2500JIl l .tratiun.u .
A Marriage Certificate, Albium, &c. .
FATIIERS-proui. ,.utne for the Young
Folks. ,;
YOUNG- MEN -taking the re.ponsib.,ilitiy
of Families-you will need one.
CHILDREN-prove to, the Old Folks
that they are not frg,,tten
by you, by giving them ,",.
the best iud u.:,.,t. instruc-
tive of all Presents,
.In fI .4stried Finiiy sible.,
J. H. T. JACKSONT,
Agent.
Opposite Post Office.
Hamilton, Jan. 9, 18,s22.


WI LLIAMl AMES IIiENEY,


Shipp'giu ..and Com1 '
i mission Agent&
SQUaN T R ,.: t
HAMILTON, BERMUDA."'
Prompt attention given-to -
CONSIGNMENTS.
AUcTION, WEDNESDAY
'" .-and FRIDAYS '
March'20th 1882. '


.A.E. Lusher,


Would respeotfually 'nfrm the pui1 i" '
that he has fitted up the rooms ahoov9, -,.;
the store of Mr W. T, James.
*:c,,: '" A A ... ... 'A ;
Photogvaph Galley
and is now prepared to do any ki ,
of work pertaining to his profession ...
Having practised several years in :
Te ,Thta s;.:


he'feels confident that any,*ork eutrusted
with him will give satisfaction..
HIaing gone to great. expense in fitting.'
up his Rooms, to: suit the Publict ;'pur-. ,
chasing the lIitefst Novelties.,,Iack-grounds
etc., he would.kindly solicit a share of the ', ^-
Public patronage. '-.3
S r" r.'"XSHER won1ld reaspeitftly in
vite 'Ldies and Gentlemen visiting I am
iltoni to make his Roif a- res{itgiplacoe
while i w itiig fori- oats, Mails, etc. :
:o. 2- PFo;t reet,:
.... -(U pstairs),-. .
Opposite Str. Dispatch" Lanaing.i -
-amilton, March 13;, 188 ,,

Received !)p e0no0o 4 nQ ,
SANew .Stppb of- .'
''Canned Goods,-,
Of Superior QOalit) ,whthf w .i
be Sold at I'1oso0'nale 'Prices r .
e c d ...'
., t J _K ,7T%.-. -
-Parliaun t Sttreei4 -.4
NHa~out, pIr 13, 18S2... .
i*h. -,. .. ""


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