The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder

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The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Place of Publication:
Hamilton Bermuda
D.M. Lee
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Three times a week[Jan. 1910-Dec. 1920]
Weekly[ FORMER 1828-<Dec. 28, 1899>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <Apr. 2, 1901>-Dec. 1909]
three times a week


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Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).

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Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
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Bermuda colonist
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r.9 S.-Lo-. x'. ; '- STA4TZ SUPER VZ&S ANTIQUAS. 24s per Ann.

.fl thilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, Febrwary I, 181.
II1 "1 '' I'L I l I .If I'. .I 1' Ig o- - :.. .., ,

o 4 o1, i I*u 3 rli th s it.

At I 'clock on Tuesday last, the '25th January,
His 1 xcellenejr Major-General Sift R. M. LA-FAN,
R.1, 'K.:'M.G:, f Governbr and Commander-in-
CLi accomtnpnibd tby'1tady Laflan and Miss'Car-
penter, ald4 attendsd by Lieut. Carpenter, A.D.C.,
came dAenftot. the Council Chamiber for the purpose
of Proroguing the Colonial Parliament.'
SAt the entrance to, the Public Buildings 1 is
""t"llencyi wao received by a Guard 4f Honor fro&i
the"99th Regt., under command of Captain Mack'
lin, with Lieuts. -Winter and Guille-the latter
hearing the Queen's Colers-and as -he rode, up
Wte 'Guard presaited arms, whilst the Band of the
.jegiiment played the National Anthem..
2 OUn entering the Council Chamber His Excellen-
,cy was received by the' President and 1 embers of
Her Majesty's Council. Among those present we
Aoticed LailyiMcOlinteck and" Miss Dhnlop, Ge'no-
ral Hastings, XT. S. Army,'Mrs. Hastirigs, 'Miss
J-ent; Colcbfk McDonnell, RE., arid'Mrs. McDoh-
nell 'Mr. tiand Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. W right,
Miss Odtterbridge, Miss Harvey,- Dr. O'Leary,
Dpy. Surgeon General, Colonel Adams, 86th Regt.,
Colonel Walker, 94th Reg., Oapt'ain Sane, R.N.,
Captain Story, Brigade Major, Captain- Sir' Guy
Clark Travers,186th -Regt.'; Captain Washington,
R.E., Captain Hanson, 99th, Revd. M. James,
It~y: T; TWomey, eRovd. D. Walsh, V.C.,, Dr.
T6ki Dbr. 'ees,' T. '. Ueid, Esqr., J. Outer-
Bitage, Esqr., Wmr. Bluck, Esqr., &c., &c.
;'th .Provost'. Marshal General having deen'di.
rectl by hti Exedllency the Governor to request
the attendance at the Council Chamber of the
ffoueeof 'A'ssembly, the Members of 'that -Honora-
,ble 'House--hetided by 'their Speaker, the Hon.
Samuel Saltus Inghamn-were soon 'in attendance,
'H*liti His Excellncy 'delivered. in a clear and im-
rBstve manner, the following
-Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of
the Legislative Cbuncil;
Se. Speaker and Gentlemen of the Honor-
Sable House of iAssembly ;
I am glid to. haye. it at length in my
power tQ. release .you-from further attendance
upon your Pirliamentary duties. I am aware
Sho*. iiconvenient it must -be to very many of
yr to have th Parliaipentary session pro-
tracted o' far Into .the winter season, when
?,rr in_ aigr~ i uristS. xiatuilly desire to
devote their whole tinte armlpttention to the
preparaioni- fo epAng `oa.
S 1 colmh B rnity d atg'ely depends. I thbaink
-y6u" for 'the constant ittdntion you have
'iften t6o your Parliamentary duties and I
rofigratntate yu on having during 'the
'Semssion Which' is' now drawing' to a. close
don ft miuh to advance the 'interests of the
-Colony by 'adding to our 'local legislation
sEeal'useful '" atd valuable Acts. ,
,'."Ad No. -5&providing for 'the relief of
Bermudin* seamen'e calling into distress
abioad-is a marked improvement upon the
'preeedint legislatioii, upon the adnie subject,
-which confined, hd relieff afforded to, dis-
trewld seamen to such as were natives of
BeAudlvl whereas' the present. Act-places
on the same: footihi( as tegards 1he receipt
of relief distressed seainen who are natives
of- Bermuda, and foreigners who have been
serving ~O hqarh :Ber.ulian 'vessels. The
present 'ActU' aso 'effects a further improve-
ment upon the old legislation by extending
the relief which had previously been afforded
S'to' seamen becoming distressed abroad, to
seamen .who *mnay faM into distress in the
,Utnited Kikgd6in' or in any of our Colonies.
Act No. 6---amending the Wreck In-
uiry Act-extends the powers *of Marine
Courts. 'of Inquiry by conferring on, uch
Cour ts 'eld- ini Bermuda powers of inquiry
and powers of dealing with certificates, in
the cases of vessels stranded on the coasts
^ of these lelands, similar to those conferred
M Maine" Courts "of Inquiry held in the
TUnited Kingdom by Seption 32 of the Mer-
chant Shipping A.ct' Of 1876, with respee"
to vessels stranded on the coasts of the
United' ingdoni;. -
1 These ifnprovementa to our local legis-
lation on maritime questions had been sug.
ed -by-the --experience of the Board of
.-J4 de, and her \'Tien adopted by you in a
." ise nd libt"oal spirit. 'They are valuable for
yir itrinisic merits and they' are valuable
also as bringing' oiar local laws into har-
kidny :vith: 'imperial legislation uponi the.
same subjects. :
Act No. 7-increasing the salary of His
Honor tie Chief Justice-is a measure that
had long.been called for, but its.value has
been greatly marred-by having had affixed to
'it a duration clause-and especially a dura-
timr clause limiting its operation, to so. short
a term -as six years. It is most unwise ad
impolitic, and it is prejudicial to the best n-
terests of this community, to make the, salary
of His Honor fthe Chief Justice subject- to
frequent periodical revisions by the House ,of
Assembly. The. objections to such a course-
are: so -obvious that I trust on the next oc-
casion you will provide for the -pontinuance
of the Chief Justice's salary by a permanent
Act.. -
Act No.A2-regulating the sale-of wines,.
spirits, &c.,-has consolidated and simplified
the ptedding legislation upomthe same sub-
-eot4 and brought the sale of intoxicating li-'
rsh -t TSiaee :efectaUly within the-'control of
the local authorities. The" passing of this

Act has.-X- aup inf6oined-,already produced a
1'gereat iiimproverment tin the 'peace and quiet-
ness of our towns, and I feel sure it will have
a i lard Ofi~et. in.promqtipg the welfare and
Iappines' of the people

Act No. 15-providing' for a reconstitution which you have continued to attend., so as- schools shows a more marked increase-hav-
bf the Board. of Public. Works-is an im- siduously to your Parliamentary duties so ing been 726 only in December 1879, while in
provement upon the old Public Works Act, long after the usual date of Prorogation. December 1680 the number was 1000. ':'
inasmuch as it leaves the Governor at liberty I regret, however, that among the mea- I The Education Act, however, has not as
to select the members of the Board where- sures you have not succeeded in passing yet had a fair trial. The Act confers exten-
ever he may find gentlemen "Who-by reason have been two, which were of considerable sive powers upon the Local School Boards,
of their local connectiofis-their experience- interest to this Colony. jIwhich are composed of the Parish Vestrie4
and their position- are best qualified to ad- The Bill proposing to amend the law of the respective Parishes, and the framers
vise the Government upon 'the numerous and relating to Jurors was a wise and liberal of the Act evidently contemplated that those
important subjects with which the Board of measure and its loss is much to be regretted. Local School Boards would take, an interest
Public Works is called upo#' to deal. It is It is unfortunate. also that the two in the promotion of education in their par-
unfortunate that you should have affixed a Houses of Parliament should again, during ishes-and would take active steps to carry
duration clause to this most useful measure, the present Session, have been unable to the Act into effect. Unfortunately, owing
and especially so a duration clause which agree as to the proper mode of providing to some misunderstanding, very few of the
limits its operation to so short a term as three additional clerical assistance in the Colonial Local School Boards took any effectual steps
years. The Board of Public Works is a very Secretary's Office. The failuro to supply the during the past year to carry out the require-
yealuable institution; bringing to the aid of clerical assistance which is so necessary to ments of the Act- but I trust that those
the Government in administering the funds enable the Colonial Secretary to provide for 'misunderstandings have now bedn removed,
'voted' for public works a large amount of the regular and prompt. recording of Wills and that during the present year 1881 we
'local knowledge 'and of local experience, and, and Deeds is a publia- calamity, and may shall see the different parishes vying with one
by means of the members of -the Legislative prove a source of great confusion and liti- another in their exertions to promote the cause
Council aind of those of the House of Assem- gation among parties interested in the nu- of Public Education. As an example of what
bly who have seats at the Board, helping to merous Wills and Deeds which are now may be 'lone in this direction the Inspector
keep the administration of the public funds accumulated in the -Colonial Secretary's Of- of Schools reports to me that in the Parish of
entrusted to that Board. in harmony with fiee, waiting their turn to be recorded. St. George's, where the. Local Beard acted
the will, and .the intentions !of the Legis- Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the honorable with considerable energy, the number of
lature. I trut, that when th'd time comes to House of Assembly; children in attendance at the Board Schools
renew the present Act, you will have become has increased during the year from 67 to
so convinced of the'usefulness of this Board I thank you in Her Majesty's name for 132.
and its value to the Colony that you will pro- the supplies you have granted for the sup- In conclusion, Gentlemen, I think this
vide for its continuance by a permanent mena- port of the Colonial Government during the community has every reason to look with
sure. current year. It is too early as yet to be able satisfaction upon the present condition,
I regret that you have not thought fit to foretell with any degree of certainty what and upon the future prospects of the Colony.
to adopt the advice I addressed to you in will be the financial position of this Colony on In the speech, which I had the pleasure of
the speech with which I opened the pro- the 30th June next-the end of our financial addressing to you on the 25th May last,
sent Session, by amalgamating with the year-but the Estimates you have adopted when opening the present session of -Par-
Board of Public Works the Boards of Im- for the current year have been prepared upon liament, I expressed to you my confident
migration and of Agriculture. The pres- so greatly improved a model, they have anticipation that the value of the Colonial
ent multiplicity of Boards is a positive evil made so complete a provision for all the produce shipped from these Islands during
and gives rise to "great inconvenience in a probable expenses of the Colonial Govern- the year 1880, would considerably exceed
small community like that of Bermuda, where ment,--that I see no reason to anticipate any the value of that shipped in the year 1879.
the number of individuals qualified and, able difficulty in making the supplies you have In this 'respect I am glad to say that my
and willing to sit upon Government Boards voted suffice for every requirement of the anticipations have been fully realized: the
is so extremely limited. I am convinced that public service. value of the Crops shipped during the year
here are few things which would conduce I congratulate you, Gentlemen, upon the 1879 did not exceed 64,479, whereas the
more effectually to the good administration great advances you have made of late years value of the corresponding produce shipped
of local affairs in this Colony than the amal- towards creating an improved system of during the year 1860 amounted to 75,745.
gamati6n of our various' Public Boards into financial administration. You have lately I hope this improvement will prove progres-
one well selected and influential body. 'adopted a form of Estimate vastly superior sive:-the present season is one most favor-
Act No. 22--provides for taking the Con- in accurAby and, completeness to the im- able to agricultural operations, and. I see on
*sus of the population of these Islands du- perfect Estimates of former times, and you every side around me ample proof that the
ring the present year-and when its pro- have aided in creating a new system of au- agriculturists of Bermuda. are fully alive to
visions shall have been carried into, effect, dating blic accounts, which, though by the importance of taking advantage of it. I
I trust the results will shew that dauini no means perfect, is at least a vast im- trust that Divine Providence will be graci-
the last decade these Islands have made provement upon the old system of superficial ously pleased to bless their labours, and
*a very material advance, not merely in popu- audits by Committees of the sLegislature, to- reward them with an early arid plentiful
nation, but also in wealth and in resources, under xihich s6 many irregularities and such increase.
A' CN o. 24-Regulaing quarantine--has grave abuses had s6 long escaped detection'.
consolidated and harmonized and simplified I trust, Gentlemen, you will continue to pur- ptellll O O i' i1iiIll
th0 provisions' of a number of separate Acts sue the course of improvement upon which Le1tll VOLfl lni 'itll IcUa I
relating to quarantine, which had been passed you have thus entered and that, at no very BETWE EN
.at different times, for limited periods, and distant date, we may see this Colony endowed N
which- had been renewed and altered and with a sound system of finance, and with Hamilton and St. Georges,
amended so frequently that their provisions sound forms of financial procedure, than Via Irel.nd and Boaz 1Wauds, and vice versa.
had in some instances ceased to ,be, in har- which few things are more necessary to -
mony with .one another. The present Act secure the prosperity of any community. t E TNDS.SD
removes all these anomalies, and traces out As the best guide to you in this path Hereby gives notice that he intends a
clear lines. of conduct for the guidance' of of progress and improvement, I commend irst Class Full powered
all parties concerned in the enforcement of to your most careful consideration the clear FREIGsHT u P w SSENGe E1d
quarantine, and--by vesting in the Gover- and decided views on financial administra- FRE1 T II i P S iSENGkR
nor and Council increased power to .frame tion so forcibly expressed by His Lordship W ST A M 0 A
quarantine regulations, and to deal with spe- the Secretary of Atate for the Colonies i T m I U I
cial emergencies as they may arise-it seems the Message which I had th honor to ON ABOVE ROUTi,
,to provide, as well as can be 4one by le- transmit to you 'in reply to the Address
.gislation, for the protection of tpis commu- you sent to His Lordship on the 16th Au- From and after 1st May next.
'nity from the introduction of dangerous epi- gust last. Tine Tabhe will appear in a future advertise-
demics. Mr. President and Honorable Gentlemen of men .
I regret however that the Honorable the.Legislative Council; The Steam launch lESP1ATCI will also
House of Assembly has rejected the pro- Mf continue her usual trips to Ireland and Boaz Is-
posal to erect. proper quaranrine build- Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the Honorable lands.
ings at Nonsuch Island. It is At sufficient House of Assembly S. S INGHAM, Jr.
that a Legislature should pass usefull Acts It' gives me great pleasure to be able 25th January, 1881.
'for the regulation of quarantine. It must also to congratulate you upon the really won- -.
place at the disposal of the Executive the derful improvement which has taken place Colonist" copy.
funds which are necessary for the provision of within the last few years in the Revenue
such buildings and adjuncts as arqerequired for derived from the Colonial Post Office. In A-t UnaBion of LondonII
carrying the quarantine Acts into effect. the Estimate submitted to the Honorable
I trust that next Session the Honrable House House of Assembly for the year 1878-79 the 1 8 8 1,
.of Assembly will reconsider this matter and Revenue derived from the Post Office was FORTY-FIFT'i YEAR
will vote funds for the erection o opera qua- set down at 900 :-for the year 1879-80 112,STRANDT, W.C
rantine buildings at Nonsuch Isla the Receiver General estimated that it would, ,
Act No. 25-the Public Lan Act-is an realise 1576, and for the year 1880-81 the Instituted 1837. Incorporated 1846
admirable measure- superseding p number of same official estimated it at 1980. The -
old Road Acts which were abolt to expire, Revenue however actually paid into the Co- President,
and which had dealt with the me subject lonial Treasury by the Colonial Postmaster 'THE1 RIGHT ION. LORI) IIOUGHTON, D.C.L.
in a most confused and unsatis ctory man- for the year ending 31st December, 1880, Secretar,
ner. The present Act, followilt to a con- amounted to 1782 for the sale of Postage ,
siderable extent the lines of tie Imperial Stamps, and 236 for commission on money l AS SIMONS WA N, sqr, .A,
Land Clauses Consolidation Ac, lays down orders, unpaid letters, &c., making a total
clear .rules 'of procedure for t e protection of 2018, to which must be added a sum Every Subscriber of One Gninea will receive
of the public interests, and for lie protection of 482 due from the Imperial Government besides a chance of a Prize at the annual.
of the interests of private prop;etors, when- for postage of official letters sent unstamped distribution in April,
ever it becomes necessary to t ke up land, through the Colonial Post Office, and a ftur- An impression of a Fine Plate engraved in line.
the property of private proprietors, for public ther sum, the amount of which is not yet by A. WILLMOR E
purposes. determined, due from the Postal Establish- THE LOSS OF THIE REVEGE "
Act No. 26-the Hamiltoi Gaol Act- mnnts of Eno-land and the United States .. .. ...... .....
nldan teTnie S tartes te ignlLantn yu/v iv

'may be considered as the first fruit of the
passing of the Public Land act. It em-
powers theGovernor to take uu, under the
provisions of that Act, such Unds as may
be necessary to enable the Botrd of Public
Works to carry out in the- construction of
the new Gaol, in the town f Hamilton,
the many valuable improve nts on the
original design for that building, which had
been suggested by the Secretary of State
for the Colonies, in his Despatch No. 19,
of the 10th of March, 1880. The present
Act will enable the Governor aid the Board
of Public Works to surmount he legal dif-
ficulties which have hitherto impeded the
commencement of this useful work, and I
trust the, Board of Public Vorks will be
"af;e~to b6gin at once the erection of the
new buildings. !
These, Gentlemen, are the. principal
measures which have been passed during
the present Session.' I trust that the re-
flection- that so much valuable legislative
work has been done will prdve a sufficient
reward to you for the public spirit with

--- A--- IFrom tie ori-inal Painting by OSWA!,i kV.
for the conveyance of their mails by our lilEKLY, Marine Paint-r t t the Q, cu, in.
contract steamers. Altogether the Colony isY, Marine aintr to the n, i
now deriving an income of about 2800 a the a, onal Collection.thth
year from an Establishment from which A famous episode of the War with pain in
a. few years since it did not realise 1000. 1591, commemorated by the Poet Laur, ate in
This greatly improved state of t ing. may the "Nineteenth Century Review," fuorni !I.
to a certain extent be ascribed to changes subjEC1 t of tihe Plate.
made in the relations existing between our A Subscriber of Five Guineas may receive an
Colonial Post Office and the Postal Estab- Artist's proofofi the Plate, with five chances in
lishments of England and of the United the distribution. A Payment of Two Guineas
States-but it must also to a considerable entitles to an India paper lettered proof with
extent be ascribed to improved administra- tvo chances.
tion, 'and to the more effectual system of Among the Prizes will be the right to select a
audit to which all Public Accounts are now VALUABLE WORK OF AWl from one of
subjected. the Public Exhibitions; a Large Groupe in
I am glad to be able to inform you that lironue AM ERICA, from the Albert Memorial;
some real progress has been made during the Ricldy Decorated CHINA TAZZ \S ; STA-
past year towards the improvement of Public TUELTTElS-the Limtle Roat Builder; Porcelain
Education in these Islands. The number of Busts by Mrs. Thornycroft, of 11. It. H. the la'e
schools borne upon the Board's list shows PRINCESS ALICE, Grand Duchess of Ilesse
but a slight increase-having been 12 in De- Darmstadt, and other ,vorks.
member 1879 and not more than 14 in Decem- ). I'P H E E LEE
ber 1880-but this arises mainly from the 1 Se Io ermu
difficulty of procuring efficient teachers. The lion. Secy. for Bermuda.
number of the pupils attending the Board January 18, 1881.

Colonial Secretary's Offic0
24TH JANUARY, 1881.
THE following ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during the
present Session:-
No. 25-An Act to provide for the taking of
Lands for Public Works,
(In force indefinitely.)
26.-An Act to amend the Hamilton Gaol Act
(In force indefinitely.)
27.-An Act to provide for the marking of all
Packages of Vegetable Produce to be ship-
ped from these Islands.
(In force to 31st July, 1882.) .
3 Colonial Secretary.


At Very LowP e, iz. :-
Barrels Choice Eating
PO .f4 7' OES ,

Barrels Selected
Girnect, POTAlTOE.S
Cases M ATC H ES, JO10 gros. each.
,Hamilton, 24th Jany., 188-1.-3


To be Sold,
1 11' UCTIOJr,
If not Previously disposed of privately,

And 4 Wheeled TRlA P.
Apply to MAJOR SIMPSON, Royal Artil-
lery, St, Gebrge's,
SJa 1 a ry 24, 1881, -2

Money to Loan,
On Approved Real Estate Security.

17th January, 1831.

Chancery Lane,


ON or about the 3rd November last TWO
TE'NTS were Removed from the SHUIE.
BAY IACE. COURS. .Any Person or Persons
who may give such information as will lead to
the Recovery of the same will be Suitably Reo.
IHamilton, Jany. 3rd, 181.

For Rent,

On Cedar Avc,;ue (North), lately occupied by
.-G Bouche, Esqr..
For Terms, &c., please apply to
Cedar Avenue; Jady. 17, 1881.-3

For Rent.

In the Towvi of Hamilton.
Possession given on the 1st day of Feby., 1881.
For further information apply to
fHamilton, lith January, 1881,

St. George's hotel,

St. George's, Bermuda.

A.. Kcisnelly, Proprietor.

Ladies and Gentlemen visiting St. George's
will find superior accommodation at this Hotel.
December 20, 1880.-4m

Bermuda Hoetel,

West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodation and attention given to
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Guests.
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
September 29th, 1850,--Qm

* .: ^


WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER at Laite fromia iE'urope aid thie ilited
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the States.
23rd and 30th January, 1881: height above the sea The Mail Steamer "Flamborough," Captain
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet. Fraser, from New York in a little over three days,
arrived at her wharf in this town on the afternoon
Date. 0 3 of Sunday last, having had a very rough passage.
g-- We are indebrted to captain Fraser, Mr. Purser
1881 '. L g C1 upont and Mr. Steward Belanger, for files of
9 E General Remarks. New York papers up to 27th ultimo.
-o Mr. Gladstone owing to the strains upon him in
Noon -_ m < performing his duties in the House of Commons, is
-4 wNw 464 62 29'870 000 Fine, cloudy, hazy occasioning some anxiety to his friends and me-
25 w to N 6,63 62 29-600 0-68 Thick, rainy dical advisers.
26 WNW 6158 58 29-9000-62 Fine, cloudy It is now said that there is no foundation for the
27 WNW 659 57 29-800 000 Cloudy, squally assertion that Lord Beaconsfleld will resign the
28 wNW 8,57 55 29-8700-04 Cold, squally lead of the Tory party after Easter.
29 WNW 854 52 30-0000-20 Cold, squally
30 WNw 657 55 29-9500 O5 Cold, squally PROCLAIMED DISTRICTS IN IRELAND.-Innishow-
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. en, Leitrim, Mayo, Galway, Limerick and Kerry.
The first division on this Bill took place in the
nU 1 0 House of Commons on the afternoon of the 26th
___ ultimo, when there appeared in favor of the Gov-
... ::_ ernment 251 to 53, the Conservatives voting with
Hamilton, February 1, 1881. the Government. The motion was to give prece-
Ha 1ence to Mr. Forster's Bill for the protection of life
and property. before any other measures having
COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. preference to Ireland.
Trhe Worshipfuls RICHARD J. P. DARRELL, Chair DON, Jan. 20.-The announcement is confirmed that
man ; 'MoRBn A. M. FEITH, THoMAS N. Iar., a- Iy j toihb ke of I ichmond's Conservative
CLABENcB PENSTO, AraxAmNio J. FarrI, JomN Conmmnissron on the Agricultural Depression, in the
FowL. and RICHARD T sNEs, Presiding. part of its report dealing with Ireland, recommend
The Queen v Ann Strive Rich. Assault. Tried a governmental scheme of emigration also one of
The Queen Ann Strive Rich. Assault. Tried migrationfor over-peopled districts; a plan for the
San.d found not guilty reclamation of waste lands and a court of arbitra-
The Queen vs. William Wood and William Foster. tion fixing rents; and that the minority, which
Assault and occasioning actual bodily harm. includes Lord Carlingsford, Right HoB. James
The Queen vs. Seaward Hamiltony. ackwoodElea- Stansfeld and Mr. Joseph Cowen, recommend the
or Jane ackwooeen. award HamFrederick ManuelAs- adoption of the three F's proposition. The com-
saultan occasioingactual bodilyharm. Tried mission generally approves of a modified form of
and found-Seaward H. Packwood and Freder- peasant proprietary.
ick Manuel "guilty," Eleanor Jane Packwood, On the 22nd January Mr. Forster, Chief Secre.
"not guilty." I tary for Ireland, rose in a very crowded house to
The Queen vs. Seaward Hamilton Paokwood, as- move the bill for the protection of life and property
sault on a Constable in the executionof his duty. In Ireland. He justified the bill by a long and
Tried and found guilty." detailed description of the outrages which had
Court adjourned to Monday next, 31st January. been committed. He showed that the Land Lea-
MONDAY) JANUARY 31. gue had a complete system of constables in all the
districts, who recorded every infringement of the
SENTENCES.-Seward H. Packwood to 9 months im. rules of the League. The result is, he said, that
prisonment in Hamilton Gaol, with hard labour the Land League is supreme. There is a reign of
for assault an# bodily violence, and at the expir- terror. Those who break the law are safe, while
atin of this sentence, 9 months more with hard honest men who keep it are in danger. The Land
la o for assault on a Constable. League strikes terror; we must therefore strike ter-
Manuel-9 months in Hamilton Gaol ror into them. We must arrest these criminals.
SHENEYlabour. [Prolonged cheers.
W,; J. HENEY, Mrs. Forster said, at the close of his speech, that
Clerk of the Peace. he had never been clearer about anything in hislife
than he was as to the necessity of the measures he
CUSTOM IHOUSE-HAMILTON. introduced, but if he had ever expected that such
nST an unpleasant duty would be forced upon him he
Jany. 26-8, S. Ceto, Tucker, London ; goods for never would have become Secretary for Ireland.
merchants and government stores.-Agents, R. P, Mr. Forstle's bill asks power for the Viceroy to
Atkins'& Co. arrest persons reasonably suspected as princi-
27-S. S. Aeton, Wilson, Colo, Algeria; 1750 tons arrest persons reasonably suspected as princi-
27-iron or. Ageton, WlonJ. T. Darrell Co. ton pals or accessories in treasonable offenses, such
31-Mail Steamer Flamborough, New York; assorted power to remain in force until the 30th of Sep-
eargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox. I temper, 1882.
Italian Steamer Egadi, Naccari, from Palermo bonnd Mr. Forster announced.the object of a second
to, Tew York; cargo fruit and 93 passengers-ma. bill is to be to put matters in reference to the pos-
thihery injured.-Agents. W. C. Hyland & Co. session of arms in much the same position as under
CLNARED. the Peace Preservation Act which expired last
ty'.'T27-S. S. Acton; Wilson, Baltimore; inward year.
cr.fron ore. The bill will be retrospective as regards arrests
29-4.S S. Ceto, Tusker, Nassau; 100 tons part ol in- for treason. It will apply to the whole of Ireland,
.v cargo, 22 bis. potatoes. but with regard to agrarian and other crimes will
S CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE. apply to proclaimed districts only.
ENTERED. Mr. O'Donnell, Home Rule member for Dun.
Jany. 6-Schr. Charles H. Brown, Louberg, New garvon, charged Mr. Gladstone with keeping the
-" rk;eatfits for Schr# Vitor.-Agents, W. C. Hy- nature of his remedial measure in the background.
led 4va- He said such conduct was traitorous.
Brigt. Anglo, Tancy, from Demerara bound to Boston, The Speaker called Mr. O'Donnell to order, and
with a cargo of sugar; with loss of hpars, sails, &c. the latter was obliged to withdraw the expression
-Agent, J. S. Darrell. he had used.
CLEARED. The debatewas then adjourned.
Jain.t 2 l-Brigt. T. H. Pitt, Young, Surinam; assort- The debate was then adjourned.
ed cargo. LONDON, Jan. 26.-The House of Commons was
PA SSENGERS ARRIVED. still' sitting at 1 o'clock this afternoon, having
SPASSEERS IVEDbeen in session all night and all the morning. Re-
In tfL Mail Steamer IFamborough on Sunday last pleated motions for adjournment, moved by Home
from New York :-Major Foster andl Mrs. Foster, Mr. s
and m'r. J. McLed, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bates and Rulers, were successfully resisted by the Govern-
.,fast,:~~A, G. A. Farnham and Miss Farnham, Mrs. ment, with the assistance of the Conservatives,'
-1:0Deaald, child and nurse, Mrs. and Miss Hanning, which early last evening-was promised by Sir
Mrs. C. L. Brackett and Miss Brackett, Miss J. M. Stafford Northcote, the Conservative leader, amid
Buchanan, Miss A. E. Buchanan, Miss H. J. McLa- loud cheers from both sides. Mr. Parnell arrived
ren, Miss M. McLaren, bliss Bates, Miss Hosley, Cap- in the House soon after 10 o'clock this morning,
(tain.Schultz, Messrs. U. C. Merriman, John Menzies, and was enthusiastically received by his supporters
B.: I.' Vrelenburgh, George N. Whitsord, Charles The discussion was practically confined to Irish
YGIbbl, William F. Leighton, Samuel Lucas, Chatles members who were repeatedly called to order, but
SLueag, Henry MeLaren, G. Pashler, C. F. Whiting the debate was good-humored. fb9 Right Hon.
, "nd, A. Emule. Lyon Playfair, Deputy Speaker, has relieved the
* Jh58, S. Geto from London, Messrs. Johnson Speaker, Premier Gladstone re-entered the House
and Tyne. at 10-20 o'clock A. M. and was loudly cheered.
t.1 PASSENGERS SAILED The Right Hon. W. E. Forster, Chlet Secretary
In the S. S. Ceto for Nassau, Dr. Rae, R.N. and
Messrs. Johnson and Tyne. for Ireland, has been absent four hours d Ia the
The Italian Steamer Egadi, Captain N. Naariout night. The Conservative leaders are also wo ting
The Italian Steamer Egad, Captain N. Nacari out by relays. Mr. Gladstone, about I o'clock P. M.
22 days from Palernio bound to New York. anchored relays. Mr. Gladstone, about o'clock P. M.,
in Five Fathom Hole on Friday lIAt She has called declared that he could not accept a compromise,
here to renew a boiler, which had burst during the pa- but if a vote was then taken on the main question,
age. She is lcden with fruit, chiefly oranges, andhas the adjourned debate on Mr. Forster's bills would
1.flrste as, 1 second class, and 91steerage passengers., be resumed to-morrow, today's sitting having
The Egadi is an iron vecsel, was built in Glasgow in virtually gone.
1872, and was rsfilted by her present owners in 1879. The speeches of the Irish members were most'
-W. C. Hyland & Co, are her Agents. rambling and uninteresting. Mr. Dawson, Liber-
'J he Egadi, is now at the Royal Naval Yard, and is al, member for Carlow borough, said Mr. Forster
being, by the kind permission of the Captain.Superin- vas seeking to impose laws against which the
'tendent, examined by Naval Engineers, whole country woull rise en maase. Mr. Glad-
The S. S. Steamer Ceto, Captaii Tucker, arrived stone's speech in which he declared he could not
on Wednesday last in 22 days from London, and left accept a compromise, was in reply to a suggestion
yesterday for Nassau, N.P. of Mr. Parnell that a division might be taken if
The Royal Mail Steamer "Beta" from Jamaica, is the Government would agree to postpone the de-
expected to-day. bate on Mr. Forsier's bills until Thursday. Sir
The following Telegram received on Sunday was Stafford Northcote intimated the readigB of the
kindly sent us by the National S. S. Company, 69 Conservatives to continue e the session if necessary.
Broadway, New York :- The House divided at 2 o'clock P. M., and Mr.
S. S. Greece left London January 20. Gladstone's ,motion to give precedence to Mr.
S. 8. Egypt left Liverpool January 27. Forster's protection bills was carried by a vote of
251 to 83. The House then adjourned until Thuro-
LONDon, Jan. 26.-General Sir George P. Colley ~ "
telegraphs under date oe Tuesday, the 25th lst., THE IRISH TRIALS ENDED.
that he has reached the Ingogo River without op. Disagreement and. Discharge of the Jury-Conclusion
position. The Boer patrols are four miles distant. of the ,judge's Charge-Great excitement in about the
A skirmishing party from Governor Sir George Col- | Court-The Jury out all the afternoon-Progress of
ley's force has come in sight of a Boer patrol. A coercion in Parliamemt.

battle is expected to-titorrow* Duaux, Jan. 25.----In the Court of Queen's Bench
day Inthe e of the Crown a ai t the a

Russia and China.-LoNDON, Jan. 22.-A des-
.patch from St. Petersburg to the Daily News says:
"*The main outlines of the arrangement between
,Russia and Cbina are that Russia shall restore all
of Kuldja, reserving a small territory in the north-
wegt'of ItI. China wil pay a substantial amount
over and above the 5,000,000 roubles stipulated by
the treaty of Livadia for the expenses ot Russia's
military preparations."
S1 Te cold weather continued in London and is
increasing in intensity.
?P.sat, Jan. 22.-News has been received here
that tte Peruvians lost seventy guns in the battle
at Chorillop.
LoNDoN, Jan. 21.-A private telegram received
at Liverpool says that Callao has been surrendered
* to the Cbilians as well as Lima.
LONDON, Jsu. 24.-A private telegram from
Chili says that Lima surrendered unconditionally
after.Chorillos, Barraca and Miirafloris had been
taken and destroyed with great slaughter.
LONDON, Jan. 265.-It is officially announced that
Callao has capitulated,

ersers, Judge Fitzgerald concluded his charge to
the jury at 12-20 p.m. He was especially severe on
the violence of leading members and paid agents of
the Land League. If the jury, he said, found all
the charges not made out, it would be their duty
to acquit the traversers; if, on the other hand, they
found the charges brought home to one of the tra-
versers, all, according to law, were equally guilty
in connection with this point he told the jury that
it was for the court to lay down the law, which, if
wrong, could be amended elsewhere. He asked the
jury to perform their duty with the courage spring-
ing from a desire to act conscientiously, without
fear or favor.
The jury, having asked for the documents, re-
tired to deliberate upon their verdict.
The jury did not return into court until sent for
by the Judges at 5 o'clock. The foreman then
said they had not agreed, nor were they likely to
agree. The jury again retired.
The jury were discharged at 74.5 o'clock, the
foreman stating that it was utterly impossible that
they could agree. A juror had previously stated
that they were 10 to 2, but the Judge said he could
only receive a unanimous verdict. Great excite-
ment prevailed, and it was heightened when the

Judge said that after thU exhibition of to-day in
court lie could nAt expect there would be a free and
unanimous verdict. Immense crowds were cheer-
ing outside the Court-hnuse. Mr. Parnell remain-
ed in court all day. He was loudly cheered on go-
ing to and returning from court.
A torch-light procession, with bands of music
awaited the return of Mi. Parnell from the court.
He left the city for London soon after the conclu-
sion of the trial.
As soon as the result (if the state trials became
known in Dungarvan, tle town was brilliantly il-
luminated, bands paraded the streets, mention of
the traversers' names were cheered and the sur-
rounding hills were ablaze for 20 miles.
Three baronies in Roscommon County have been
declared in a state of disturbance.
The Land League tas received a postcard
threatening that Mr. PErnell would be shot if ac-
A mob of about 400 persons last night groaned
and hissed before the he use of one of the jurors
who is supposed to have favored conviction.
GALWAY, Jan. 25-Th 9 men who were arrested on
suspicion of akin part in the murder of Lord
Mountmorres havEbeen discharged. The witnesses
gave their evidence very reluctantly.
LoNDnx, January 20, 12 M.-With the partial
restoration of the telegraph wires prostrated by the
storm in England, *insutces of persons being over-
whelmed by the snow and frozen to death are re-
ported from various districts. Railway trains in
some cases had to be abandoned in the snow drifts,
where only the funnel of the engine is visible. The
damage done to the Dover Pier by the fury of the
sea amounts to 10,000. Solid masses of concrete
were scooped out by the waves, and stones weigh-
ing more than a ton werv washed away. The pier
at Southend, on the Thamces, opposite the mouth of
the Medway, was carried away by the ice, and a
boat which was aiding in the rescue of persons on
the pier was swamped and eight persons were
The weather is now finer but colder.
A French vessel has sunk off Great Yarmouth
with the loss of twenty lives; a brig has stranded
at Gorleston with the loss of eight lives, and a bark
has been wrecked on the Suffolk coast with the loss
of ten lives.
The Austrian bark Barone Vranyczany, Captain
Cosulich, from Leith Jtnuary 15 lor New York,
has been totally wrecked off Kessingland, Suffolk.
Oily one man out of all on board was saved.
LoNDON, January 18, 9 p.m.-The River Thames
has overflowed its banks,-causing much damage in
the low-lying parts of Lambeth and Southwark.
Over a hundred barges have been sunk on the
Thames,' and the Woolwich pier has been washed
LONDON, Jany. 19.-The damage ia the Thames
River is estimated at 2,000,900.
Seventeen vessels are ashore near Cardiff, and It
is feared they may go to pieces. Some of the crews
have left the vessels.
The Admiralty Pier a nd other portions of the
sea front at Dover have been severely damaged by
the,bigt sea and furious lgale.
LoNDON, Jany. 19, 1 p.m.-Np American mails
for the week ended the 8th inst. lave jet been de-
livered in London.
Seven vessels are ashore at armnoutt, and it is
feared that fifty persons Iave b1en droweed there.
MADRID, Jany. 20.-Tte Giadalquiver River has
risen 24 feet. A violent storm is raging on the

HALIFAX, N.S., Jan. 52.-thestemer Wid&ring-
ton, Bigg, master frIm ftor ama ,,
which arrived hbe Sunday morning for bunker coal,
having been su8 lied was proceeding to sea yester-
day morning. When off George's Island she was
run into by the steamer Canima, McLarren, mas-
ter, at present chartered by the Cromwel Line,
which was just coming in from New York. The
statements made by those on board both vessels are
very clear, and the accident seems to have been the
result of mistaken sigfials. The Canima does not
take a pilot. Captain McLarren and the firstofficer
were on deck when she was coming up the harbor
and they saw the lights of the Widdrington away
ahead, but corid not tell for some time whether or
not they were those of a Uteamer, as just coming in
from the sea the Widdrington's light appearedcon-
fused with those ot The city. When near George's
Island they saw the steamer distinctly, and coming
abreast of theldand she was right ahead. The Cani.
ma was at that time as close to the Island as it was
safe to go, and thought that the Widdrinton would
pass her on the Halifax side and proceed out to
sea; but JO"lben she gave two whistles, which is
the e signal of an intention to go to star-
Ihuj#. Thb anima answered with two whistles,
.aueitaot r intention also to go to starboard and
allow the' ,ddrington to take the side of the chan-
nel next the Islands The Canima was coming up
very slowly, and consequently could not answer her
helm quick k; but just when she came about they
saw that tb Widdrington, which appeared to be
under a ltty good head of steam, had quickly
rounded to ort and now lay right across their track
heading to d the city. As soon as this was per-
ceived the (rnima reversed her engines under full
speed and (ted her helm; but before she could
lose, her hnway she ran into the Widdrington
about 'hmifa The Canima rebounded astern be-
ing at fhUNqeed, and the Widdrington proceeded
obliquely towardd the city shore, going into the Gas
Company's wharf. The Canimna came on and en-
tered Wo & Co.'s wharf. The opinion on board
the Caima i s to the cause of the collision is thai
the Widdrington ported after giving the signal tc
starboard. The Canima had no room to port, she
was so close to the Island. The Canima had her
stem twisted and a few bow plates started, but be.-
yond this sustained no very serious damage.
The Wldrington ran into the gas wharf with s
crash that quight have been heard halt a mile off,
She was fotud with her bow two or three yards into
the wharf and apparently sinking astern. On the
port side the sound ofrushing water was to be heard,
and about amidships the deck was covered. She

was listed to port, and consequently her starboard
side was higher on this side, The Canima is libelled
for $100,000, and the Widdrington for $7000.

Messrs. W. Gray and Co. launched from their
yard on Thursday, the 30th December, 1880, a
large first-class passenger steamer, built for the
Quebec Steamship Company, of Quebec and New
York. She will form one of their line of steamers
running between New York, Bermuda, and the
West Indies. Her dimer sions are-Length, 280
feet; breadth, 34 feet 6 itches; depth of hold, 24
feet 6 inches; gross tonurage, 1,850 tons. Built
under the special survey of Lloyd's for their high-
est class, a'so upder the survey of the Board of
Trade for their foreign-going passenger certificate.
Engines 200 horse-power, by Blair and Co., Stock-
ton-on-Tees, and fitted with steam steering gear,
steam windlass, and all tae most approved appli-
ances for working the ship. She is built with
double bottom for water ballast; three complete
decks laid. and amidship house over half length of
ship, affording accommodation for officers, servants,
kitchens, pantries, bakehouse, etc., and eight first-
class state rooms, Also, an after-deck house, con-

training companion hall, ladies' cabin, smoking
room, captain's and first-class slate-room. The
main-tween deck contains a gorgeous dining saloon
30 feet long and the whole width of ship, capable
of seating seventy first-class passengers, fitted with
sofas and revolving chairs; also, a large saloon aft
of dining saloon, elegantly furnished. The pan-
ellings of both saloons are in polished hardwood,
with gold mountings; the lamps and other fittings
are- of silver. There are twenty-six first-class
state-rooms on the main deck, and, with these in
deck-housp, making a total of thirty-five- The
fittings of the state-rooms are all of the most mo-
dern description. The bath room and steward's
pantry are on the main deck. The pantry is fitted
with hot chest and all modern appliances. The
second-class cabins contain accommodation for
twenty-four passengers, with a dining saloon in
centre of ship, all fitted in a neat and commodious
style. Forward of the second-class cabins is a
space for sixty head of cattle, and ice-house for
thirty tons of ice, also steerage for twenty passen-
gers, forecastle for crew, etc. The saloon and
state-rooms are all heated with steam, and fitted
with every modern appliances for the comfort and
convenience of passengers. This is the nineteenth
vessel launched from the yard during the year 1880,
with a total tonnage of over 31,000 tons; they
therefore take the third place as builders, only two
other yards in the world having built more tonnage
during the year. They would have been second
had not the Russian yacht immensely swelled the
tonnage of a Clyde firm. I

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette
SIm,-You were kind enough last year to insert a
letter 1 sent you containing a few facts relative to
the Bermuda Mutual Life Assurance Society, and
trust you will extend the same courtesy to me again.
The Society held its second annual meeting at
the Masonic Hall on Friday last, and, considering
the inclemency of the weather, there was a fair
attendance of the members.
The Report of the Committee shewed that dur-
ing the past year the number of members had in-
creased to eighty-five, and six new members have
been elected since the Report was made up. One
death took place during the year, and the widow
of the deceased member received the sum of 16 4/,
there having been eighty-one members at the time.
In order to secure this benefit to his widow the de.
ceased member had paid the sum of twelve Ahillings
only to the funds of the Society.
We are anxious to obtain at least two hundred
and fifty members, and as many more as possible.
With a full membership (250) the nominee of a

Meet at 3 p.m. Finish.
8rd Feby. Somerset Bridge Warwick Camp.
8th Feby. 'TheFlattsVillage Huntley, Paget.
17th Feby'- ..Riddle's Bay.. Highwood,Paget.
TUEMAY, Prospect Cricket
22ndFeby." Ground Norwood.
N.B.-A boat will leave the Yacht Club, 'Hamil-
ton at 1'30 p.m. on Thursday 3rd February, to con.
vey members of the Hunt to the Meet" at Somer.
set Bridge, the same boat returning to Hamilton
immediately after the Meet."
ME.DAr.-We are glad to learn that the gallant
officers and men of H. M. 99th (D. of E.) _eet,
were presented, on Friday, January 20th, with the
South African Medal for their meritorious services
during the late Zulu War.
The Medal, which is of silver, bears on its front
face a finely embossed head of Her Majesty the
Queen, surrounded by the words Victoria Regi-
na." On the reverse is represented the figure of
a wounded lion with a background of African for-
est, while below there is a Zulu shield and a num-
ber of assegais. On this face are the words Sonth
Africa.' The medal is attached to the ribbon,
which is of orange and blue, by a silver olasp
bearing the figures "1879." Round the rim is the
name of the soldier to whom the medal belongs,
together with the number of the Regiment.
We understand that the Revd. J. F. B. L. Lough
with Miss Lough, arrived at New York from Englan
on the 24th ultimo, and are expected in Bermuda by
the next "Flamborough."
We are pleased to notice by Barbados papers re.
ceived via New York, that CaptaitJohn K. Kirk.
ham, of Bermuda, has been appointed Shipping
Master of the Port of Bridgetown, Barbados, vice
Captain E. G. Clawson, resigned.
We have been desired to state that the proceed
of the dramatic performances advertised to take
place at the Bailey's Bay Lyceum, will be appro.
priated towards plastering and ceiling the interior
of the building, of which it stands much in need.
BIRTH, at Pitts' Bay on the 30th Jany., the Wtar
of Mr. George B. Hollis of a SoN.
.......... ia this Parish, Jany. 31st, MRs. GEoRox

deceased member would receive fifty pounds, which DIED, at the hlamilton Hotel on January 30th, M,-
would in all probability be an enormous per cent. CARnoLNE S. BRACKET of Braintree, Masarhusett.,
age on the amount of his contributions to the aged 72.
Society. KARKEEK--DiED. at Pentreve, Truro. Cornwall.
I feel sure that if the members would individu- England, EuZA KIRxAx, beloved wife of 3win
suree members would individu Karkeek, Esqr., aged 69 years.
ally exert themselves to increase the membership a at the Hotel des Antilles, in this town e
very considerable addition would speedily be made Wednesday last, Mn. CHARLES C. N. EMurMoag
to the list. aged 35 years, a native of BermuJa. Mr.'Muatgeqw.
Full information as to rules, subscriptions, &c., rie was unknown in this community having onry atnrl
may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer, ed here a few days ago, in an ill stale, from Maruadaq,
Henry Lockward, Esq., Hamilton .. where he had been for several years praecisiang a
Your obedient servant, Dentist; he was on his way to his native country but a
A MEMBER. severe attack of his malady, dropsy, prevented his go.
Hamilton, 31st January, 1881.; Ing further and after much suffering he passed aw at
i noon on Wednesday. During the few days hewas e
THE NEW YORK STEAMER, Uit may be comforting to his family to know thak ha
THE NEW YORK STEAMER. lacked nothing in the way of the best medical aid. and
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette. th. kind attention of the proprietor of thp Hetel hi
S,-Will you be kind enough to publish t which he was. qe was burned at 8 o'clock on 'Thurs.
SiE,-Will you be kind enough to publish the drymorning by the Lodge" Leo Ccurs Sfnee ,"
following extracts from a mercantile firm in New 131, with fall masonbfeiondirs, being a m*ber'v'40 .
York respecting the short time allowed them for the Fraternity ;ad the Rev. E. Hutson, BritiB h ChOpltal,
purchase and shipment of goods, which is prejudi- by whom the deceased had bee. visited, read the buia
cialto the'interests of Bermuda importers, who pay service of the Church of England at the grave.o-8.
their portion of the subsidy P i Thomas Times, Deer, 25, 1880.
"Nzw Yonx, Jany. 10, 1881.-It is now a quar- --- ..... M
ter to I o'clock (Monday) and no steamer yet. She
is regVwularfyrlate W e-*i j o A Uw" a. --------00
p.m. on Thursday. By te terms of the Contract rE T e ,
with the Bermuda Government I understand the HK" Ebelo re W ent Sthefer P1
vessels must remain in each port 72 hours-dont Chikdir a the Paridf f 4e
you think we ought to protest against her giving sisted by the BMrAedr940o4 ith do
us so often a shorter time, as now we cannot pos- of encouraging fiMe irnmaaq ea oI I
sibly give the orders proper attention P At your character, an ofie hbe g4yb~,u eleatogf 9II 1f
convenience please let us know in what form such f20 per annum for two ge i d'i B
protest should be made. It will hardly do to let any fees which may be der~ 1f m l 84e, S .
the 'Steamship Company have everything as they jre, or any grants made by the BiL d. tmy
like. suitable andcompetett Teacher, alAr,
January 27, 1881.-Thanks for moving about who shuitabll be and ompeettd of, Teaher, sa
the steamer's time at this end,, which has been who shall be approved of, aa4 who n *lbe
again very trying to us this trip, she having only and willing to paas the examination tor TeacLers
reached here on Tuesday, and leaves again to-day prescribed by the Board of Edoeatio, and to _
at 3 o'clock." keep aa eicient School receiving assistanee
In Bermuda, when the steamer is late, an ap- from the Board.
plication to the Governer obtains leave to alter the Application to be made to the OC iittee
ttime, but in New York there is no one to grant through MR. Rft. I). DARRELL.
that permission, and therefore the Company should, Pembroke Parish, January 31st, 1881.
not be allowed 'that responsibility -by shortening ,
the time, which is much more important .there in r 8 h
loading than in Bermuda, where (except in the No tCe to Shippers
crop time) the ships take little or no cargo. The'
evil complained of should be remedied, as the IHE Udersigned havi g been
business of the Company is said to be very profit-, A NT terma by eOB p t
able besides the subsidy. AGENT at Bermuda by ROBEKT,.
Yours respectfully, LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, Londun,

LOOKER-ON. for the Shipment o tf BERMUDA PROUDUCg,
January 31, 1881. begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
------I desirous of Shipping to the London Market*
(From New York Journal of Commerce Jany., 12.) [ Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
A bearing took place to-day before the House Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.--3p tf
Committee on Foreign Affairs on the subject, gene-'
rally, of the proposed Panama can al, and eseclly Valentines Valentine
In regard to the joint resolution introduced in the
House December 13 by Representative Crapo, of Cards
Ma'sachusetti, declaring that the construction oft
such a canal under the auspices of and through a At E. B. JONES',
charter from any European government is hostile Corner of Qaeen & Reid Srreet
to the established policy of theUnited States, is in e r or o ee & Red ret
violation of the spirit and declarations of the Mon. February 1, 1881.
roe doctrine and cannot be sanctioned or assented
to by the United States Government.f Fort ile,
Mr. A. Thorndike Rice, council for Captain Eads, .
appeared in opposition to the De Lesseps scheme, Just Received per S. S. Cet<" from Loadn,
cited a letter alleging that the French press had |[- E AVY Draught Cart HA RNESSES
been subsidized to the extent of $400,000 in its Carriage and Dog Cart HARNESSES
support. He said he had recently been in France, Cart COLLARS and HAMES
and had been aroused by the scorn and indifference Carriage and Riding WHIPS
with which the ideas of American interests and Stirrup LEATI'EtS GIRTHS
American interference were met. He believed it STIRRUPS BITS SADDLEL
was time that the official and popular American
views of the-situation were forced upon the French A 80O,
public, which had been kept in singular ignorance P .. Flamborough," from New Yorh :
of them. Per.. lamborough," from Nw York
Mr. Crapoespoke in supportof his resolution, and CARRIAGE and Buggy HARNESSES
Senor Jerez, the Nicaraguan Minister, being called Cart HA IN ESSES (complete)
upon by the chairman, said that it was not his pro- BRIDLES COLLARS TRACES
vince to express any official opinion on the subject, Ilorse BLANKETS and RUGS
but that he had no objection to give his personal Carriage and Ladies Lap ROBES
opinions. He had always believed the policy of the MATS in variety, &c., &c.,
United States Government in regard to the inter. Scts WIIEELS HUBS SPOKES
oceanic canal to be just and right. In bis opinion, Fet iOW i OWS
therefore M4a Crapo's resolution was right and WHIPFLETREBS, &c.
Admiral Ammen, Captain Phelps and Mr. Eads .
gave their views briefly, but in the same general And from Halifax, N...,
direction, and Mr. Webb excused himself from pre.- 2 Superior Farm
senting his views on account of want of preparation, up
but said that he would try and be present at the
next meeting of the committee on the subject. Z 2
The further hearing of the matter was then post- AND,
poned until Tuesday next. I, '^.j Q.I..L. UlZ-AD I ..-

H. M. 20th Regiment is ordered to England from
Small-pox prevails alarmingly at Bersimes


x JUUU oo crviUUCceaue iti.n tior
general purposes
Reid &Stret.
January 31st, 1l81.)


S At 12 o'clock, M.,

On Thursday next,
The 3rd instant,
-A, 00 NEW York Family HAMS
50 Bls. Garnet Seed POTA-
20 Bls S. F. FLOUR
20 Drums Halifax CODFISH
120 Tubs Family BUTTER
20 Tins, 5 lbs. and 10 lbs. each, BUTTER
3 Bls. Pilot BREAD
48 Tins SALMON
2 Bls. New York PORK
10 M. SEGARS, superior quality
26 Dozen London Bottled ALE
6 Bags East India RICE
10 Boxes lNew York CHEESE


take place at the Town Hall, Hamilton,
On Thursday Evening,
The 10th inst., at 7 o'clock.
All interested in the subject of Education
are invited to attend.
By order of the Chairman,
The Meeting advertised for January 24th
was adjourned on account of the inclemency
of the weather.
Hamilton, 1st Feby., 1881.-2 3p

Notice to Parishioners.

50 Gross Uomb MATCHEl -
Tomato BASKETS Moulding HOES PARISH are requested to meet in the
Kits of SALMON and COD SOUNDS Town Hall,
Bls., Half Bls. and Kits MACKEREL
1 Half Barrel COD SOUNDS ( 1 j-
1 Half Barrel Pickled CODFISH February 11, 1881, at 12 o'clock,
I Splendid Oil PAINTING (in Gilt Frame) To receive the Report of the Committee ap-
And many other Goods that will appear at pointed by Resolution of Parish Meeting held
the sale. May 24, 1880, to prepare a Plan and Esti-
ALSO, i mate of cost of the proposed new Poor House ;
12 141 x 10 New Blinds and to give instructions in respect of the erec-
Shipped contrary to order. tio of the same.AND, J
D TVr b W T T 17T7I"r 09._ W -rr m ntrllrl P T 1


. W. VV WA.LKlj.jR & U.,
January 31, 1881. St.

For Benefit of Owners, Underwrit-
ers and all Concerned.

M11 be Sold.
At Hunter's Stores,
On Friday Next,
February 4th, at 12 o'clock, Noon,
33 CASKS HAKE (about 1050
lbs. each)
17 Drums HAKE (about 100 lbs each)
100 Bls. FLOUR 5 ble. BREAD
7 Bis. Pickled FISH
3 Cases LARD, 300 lbs.
Damaged by Sea-water on board the Schr.
"Ida L.," Crocker, Master, at this Port in
distress, on a voyage from Boston bound to
Surinam, on Survey recommended to be sold
as above.
Shut out from Vessel taking forward cargo of
Schr. Ida L.," and not damaged,
,I 0 40 Bls. BREAD
6 ases BUTTER, containing about 350 lbs.
i. Tlin
*56BTrrels PITCH
8 Dozen Cane-seat CHAIRS (superior)
2 Doz. Cane-seat and Back Nurse CHAIRS
1 Doz. Child's Cane-seat Table CHAIRS
SDoz. Do. Do. R. CHAIRS
1 Doz. Do. Do. Office CHAIRS
Half Dozen Cabinet CHAIRS
14',2-12 Dozen Common Wood CHAIRS
2 Chamber SUITS (complete)
300 Cases KEROSENE OIL, 10
Gallons each
1Tins 'Assorted BISCUITS
StW.oorge's, January 29th, 1881.

,Just Received,
ATennis BATS and BALLS
Whitewash Brushes Bitter Cope
Wire Nippers Water Cans
.Slp Kettles Watering Pota i
Staapcd Measures i
Getne Lozenges and Couveraation
Cupphor Gum Arabic
Brawn Ginger Vassiline
(apoing's Bird Tonic
KeWoehbe Stoves and Furniture
Beef Iron and Wine
Ipdian Blood Syrup
]ue Mottled SOAP
Wire and Tin Dish Cover
Sets Bed Room Furniture
Sleds Bolsters Pillows
Bedsteads Chairs Cots
GChild's Carriages Whatnots
C.ibs, &c., &e., &o.
45 Front St., Hamilton,
a1st Feby., 1881.

W. T. T.Hl5Jt!RTi-, 6, JX.,
George's, January 31, 1881,


Jlnd on Sale at the Royal Gazette
Stationery Store.
M AVOIt'S and Carpenter's SPELLINGS
L.McCullocks REA)ERS, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
and 4th
Murray's and Lennie's GR IAMMARS S
Exercise BOOKS Paper KNIVES
Music PAPER I.uggage LABLES
Tooth BRUSHES Porcupine PENHOLI)-
Red Seal WAFERS, Large and Small
Bone and other Paper KNIVES
Slate PENCILS, in Wood and Common
Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other Col. INKS
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS
Camel Hair PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.
Note PAPER and ENVELOPES, black bor-
der and Plain, assorted sizes
Whittaker's .lmanack, 1881.
Hamilton, Feby. 1st, 1881.

Are to be found
A Handsome selection of

Birth-day Cards,
A fresh Supply of Ladies' and Children's
S Boots & Shoes
Reid St., Hamilton.-2
Just Received a further Supply of that famous'
EUREKA COFFEE; Also, a good variety o
Black Mixed and Green TEAS.
SReid Street
February 1, 188t.-2

Souvenirs of Bermuda.
IARTIES visiting Bermuda can obtain Ce.
dar,- Palmetto and Acacia Work, Sei
Rods, Sea Eggs, Arrowroot, Honey, Ceda
Berry Syrup, Cassava Starch.
A Superb assortment of
Havana & Jamaica 'EGe4Rti
Choice Brands and Cheap Rates
Segar and Cigarette HOLDERSS
The largest and most varied assortment to b
obtained in the Colony.
45 Front St., 1iamilton, 8
Ist Feby., 1881. 2

Royal Engineers, New York Mail Steamner

STHE*I TRE IO VJL, The Steamer
PRO PECT. Flamborough,

Under the distinguished Patronage of

The Members of the 20th Company It. E. A m-
afeur Dramatic Club will give a PERFORM-
ANCEin the above Theatre on the nights of the
11th & 12th Febru-
rary, 1881.
When will be produced the Splendid Drama by
Dion Boucicault, Esqr., entitled
Preceded each evening by the Comic Drama
by H. J. Byron, entitled
The Rosebud of Stingingnettle
PRICES-2/, I/ andcd.
Doors open at 7-30. Comnmece at 8.
February I, 1881.

.The Baileys, Bay

i 0On P 0 .1
.t the L PCEUM,
THURSDAY, Feby. 3rd,
S" 10th,
I 17th.

ST'commence with

Deaf as a Post,
Followed by

By kind permission of Colonel Adams and
Officers of, the 86th, a portion of their Fine
Band will be in attendance.
Tickets may be obtained from W. H. WIL-
KmlSON, Bailey's Bay, and at the door on the
nights of performance.
Reserved Seats 2/, Second Seats 1/.
Doors open 7'30 p.m. Performance com-
mences at 8 p.m.
January 24, 1881.-4 3p

From London and New York, a choice selection
of Ladies' Gent's and Infants' Kid and

J Boots & Shoes
Of Superior quality.
Reid Street near Queen, Hamilton.
t. February 1, 1881.-1

9" ,>
4 *< tf i

R 0f Q fef11 |


I .

Wanted a Salesman
For the St. Georges Co-operative Store. Ap-
plications (with Testimonials) will be received
until the 10th February by the President and
Committee, from whom all information may be

Wanted for London, oi THOS. 8. PAYNTER.
YE President.
KI NEY POTATO ES St. George, January 31, 1881.
From English Seed,
In boxes of 56 lbs. for which market price will 0 lLEN TTINE S*
be paid ; delivered now or before 15th February. .
8SAML. A. MASTERS. P angs Celebrated
January 81, 168.-3 pd I, ^ u M A

Talenting I Valentines!! L J T S
SIValentines New designs and very handsome.
I en ine Call and Examine.

Receiving ex Flamborough'
A Very Choice Selection of English, French and
Which will be sold Cheap.
At the uRoyal Gazette" Stationery Store.
Special prices to the trade.
Hamilton, February 1, 1881.

with or without heater drun.s unsurpassed for
comfort and economy.
BLANKETS Ladies' and Gents HATS
LAMPS with Crystal Illuminator, &c., &c.
Student's LAMPS Cheap for Cash.
Hamilton, January 31, 1881.-3 pd

E 3

fil~lngs 1551.
~tverpoi io ew x'oV. r45 Xf- AwaTpUni.

Liverpool to New lork.. .Y or- kwto M uwt.
Italy, Wed. Dee. 22 Sat. Jany. 8, 11 a.m.
Erin, Wed. Jani. 22, 980 a.m.
England, 12 29, 8 p.m.
Egypt. ," ". 8 Feb. 12,8 3p.m.
Helvetla, Feby.2 19, 8 a.m.
Spain, 9 26,8.p.m.
Italy, ' 1 Mar. ,6 8-30 a.m.
Erin, 23 t 12, 18818 p.m.
London to New York. ew York to London. I
*Denmark,Wed. Dec. 22 Wed. Jany. 12, 8 p.m.
*France, Friday Jany. 7 Thurs. Jany. 27, 2 p.m.
Greece, Saturday Jaun.5 Feby. 3, 8 a.m.
Canada, Wed. Jany. 26 Wed. Feb. 16, 6 a.m.
*Denmark, We4. Feb. 9 Mar. 2, 6 a.m.
The Steamers Holland, France and Den-
mark, will not carry Passengers.
One of these steamers will sail from New
York every Saturday for Queenstown and Liv-
erpool, and weekly for London direct, from New
I'ier 39, North River. Rates of passage, in
currency. To Queenstown and Liverpool $50S
to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks),
$50 to $60; excursion tickets $100, currency.
bteerage passage $26 cturrenuy. For further
particulars apply to the Company's Offices, Nos.
69, 71 & 73 Broadway, NLw York.
New York, 13th Jany., 188J.

Captain Fraser,
Will leave the Port of St. George's for NEW
YORK, at 3'30 p.m.,

3rd February, 1881.
To leave thence for return on 10th
February, to the Port of Ilamilton. .
The Flamborough" is to leave Hamilton,
at 8 a.m., Wednesday, 2nd February, for St.
Parcels, and Specie on Freight, will be re-
ceived until 6 p.m., 2nd at Hamilton only.
Boats for Produce will be laden until 6 p.m.,
2nd February at Hamilton.
Carriages will be dispatched from thk Agency
at noon on 3rd February.

Hamilton, Bermuda, Feby. 1st, 1881.
Colonist" copy once. -

Royal Mail Steam-
ers to Jamaica-
UNTIL further notice Passengers %iill be
taken to TURKS' ISL\NIN at the fol-
owing rates:-
First Cabin 7, Second Cabin .4.
Decks Pasiages will not be issued.
Freight to Turks Islands' 3/ per Barrel. Only
a limited quantity can be taken.
The Steamers will nat touch at '\ uiks' Islands
on their return from Jamaica.
Messrs. Frith and Murphy are the Agents at
Turks' Islands.
St. George's, Bermudi, Jany. 24, 1881.-2 3p
Colonist" and Times & Advooate".copy and
send bill.

Notice to Pilots.

T'It E Steamer Bermuda" may call for a
Sload ofCotton during the current week.
She is to proceed from Sea to St. George's and
alongside of such Wharf as shall le directed by
W.. !. lyland, Esqr.
Uamilton, 1st Feby., 1881.






2nd day of Feby., at noon, viz. :-
Cook's FAT 110 lbs.
FLOUR 1512 lbs.
SUET 58 lbs.
RAISINS 1087 lbs.
Preserved POTATO 200 lbs.
DUCK 25 yds.
SERGE 59 In small pieces
DRILL 33 "
Stockings 11 prs., Comforters 11, Seonnet
H ats 9, Beds 4, Rlanketa 7, Bedcovers 17,
Hammock Clews 110 Sets
A Lot of BOOKS (over 200) including
Lord Mahon's History of England ; Handy
Volume Shakespeare ; Irving's Life of Co-
lumbus; Thackeray's Works, &c., &c.
MATTING 113 yds. ; CARPET 62 yds.;
CHAIRS 16; some China, Glass and
Cutlery ; Tubs, Lanterns, Weights & Mea-
sures; Kettles, &c., and 3 Tarpaulins.

Bolts, Door, Spring........44 No.)
Locks, Iron, Rim..........14 New
Hinges, Iron, Butt, of sizes 200 "
By Order of the Captain-in-Charge,
-Naval Storekeeper.
21st January, 1881.-2 3p
Mr- A Boat will leave Hamilton at 10
o'clock on the day of Sale.

Gazette and Colonist once. I By PUBLIC AUCTION,

Notice to Importers of WILL L BE SOL D,
English Goods, via New York. T'o-morrow. Wednesday,
2nd Februariy,
IqHE through rate 33/ per ton iveight and
33/ per ton measurement from. the Port AT VZOTVALZN YA" D,
of London via New Yotk to Bermuda has been Ireland Island,
adop.d by the ANCOR LINE as well as well Immediately after Sale of Stores,
the NATIONAL LINE of Steumers in con- Immediately after Sale of Stores,
section with the Quebec Steamships Coanpany's A Lot of MESS GEAR,
TROT T & COX, Comprising

IHamilton, Ist Feby., 1881.-2
Colonist" copy twioe.

mrr, 0 a.

Direct for London will call here
About the t5th Feby.
The Undersigned will receive and forward ship-
ments consigned to Messrs. R. P. Atkins &
Co and Robert G. Lee & Co., London.
January 3!, 1881.-3 pd
A fine assortment of English and American
?J i Boots & Shoes
Ladies', Gents, and Youths Children's.
46 and 47 Front Street,
Hamilton, Bermuda.
January 31, 1881.-3


In Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
wr ,,... n T. A NID Qfl 0 A& f0.0

&c., &Q., &c.
m 1Auctioneers.
SHamilton, February 1, 1881.



LACK and Blue Broad CLOTHS
Black Doe SKINS
Blue Staff SURGE
TWEEDS, Light and Dark
WHIPCORD, &c., &c.
The above Goods will be sold at a very
great reduction, and in quantities to suit the
Silk VELVET and silk linings,
Black and Colored ITALIANS
Mohair and Flexible BUTTONS
Waddings, Pocketings, Canvas, Horse Hair,
Striped Linings, Machine Thread, and
Basting Cottons, &c., &c.
Tailor, Queen Street.

January 29,
" Colonist"

please copy once and send in

HALIFAX, FICE HAMILTON, 29th Jany., 1881.
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to Richard D Beati, Augusta Batts, Bemuada Bank,
defy Compotition. Henry Bavens, Mrs R Butterfield, Ann S Barrows,
For Saleby m Samuel Burch, Adelaide Casey, Mr Campbejl, W II
A. r RC ARDSON Douglasa, Fraser Deshield, R J Dill, Anne Dill, Ch
A. J. RICHARDSON, Darrell, James Fubler, William Forster, C A de
Sole Agent, Foutcz, Mrs T J Gilbert, C W F Ifayer, Mis Hask.
St. George's, Bermuda. ing, Heasy T L&hten, Joseph F Lighthourn, W
Jawary 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m Ip. Monney, Edmund Nash, Jana It Outebridge, Mrs
Pcckwood, Robert Pappin, W J Pieman, Sarah Ann
B Raynor, Mary Fanie Anna Robinson, Mrs J L
UNCLAI4ED .LETTERS IN THE POST UF- Robinson, R Rices, Samuel Richardson, Joseph
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, Jar.y. 31, 1881. Robinson, Beatrico Richardson, Robert Simons,
Isabella Albony. Nicolas Calebras, Robert Crock- Alexander W Swan, W A Swan, Francis Steed,
well, William E Fubler, E Garagon, Frank F Henry D Smith, Charles Stovel, Sarah J Smith, 0
-Gracey, Carl Johnson, Catherine Meeking, Manuel J Smith, W A Sumter, Benjamin Seon, Peter
Machados, John Richardson, Margaret .Steed, John Saunders, Edward San house, Air Wih Swan, Win
Shorten, Wm L Smith, Thos Trott, James Talbot, 11 Tucker, Jusvph Tucker, Revd John Tuzo, Henry
Geneva Thompson, ijdward Wilson, William Beuj rrott, James B Whitecss,, Mina Weir,
Walker. Jaes A Waldron, Louisa Williatv,


Bermuda Victualling



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Merpinpd hu the

Proposed ft
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Proceedings of the Legislative Council.1 1
Tuesday, 25th January, 1881.-Pursuant to ad-
ournment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
\ *, Wm. H. Gosling,
Euoenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
S James Tucker, Reor. Geal.,
G. S. Tucker,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secy., "
E. C. Gordon, Colonel, Com-
manding R. E.
At one o'clock His Excellency the Governor at-
tedded at the Council Chamber In conformity to
previous notification of proroguing the Legislature,
and having taken his seat on the Throne directed
the Provost Marshal General to summon the House
of Assembly.
'The House having accordingly attended His Ex-
cellency was pleased to close the Session with the
following Speech :-
(PFor Speech see first page of this Gazette.")
THis Honor the President then, by command of
Ills Excellency the Governor, declared this present
Colonial Parliament to be prorogued to Wednds-
day, the 2nd day of March, next.


Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Tuesday, 26th January, 1881.-The Provost Mar.
shal General, by direction of His Excellency the"
Governor, desired the attendance of the House at
1the CouTicil Chamber.
Tbhe House waited upon His Excellency accord-
ingly, when be was pleased to close the present
Session with a Speech to the Legislative Counci'
and House of Assembly, as follows:-
(For Speech see first page of this Gazette.")
His. Honor the President of the Council then, by
command of His Excellency the Governor, declar-
ed the pIresent Colonial Parliament prorogued to
Wednesday, the 2nd day of March next.

Corneier of York Street and Market
Every attention giyen to the accommodation and
comfort of Boarders.
November 9th, 1880.-ly

"Royal Gazette" Mail

and Postal Sheet 1881.

r1E] valuable Postal and Mail Information I
contained in the Bermuda Pocket Alman-
ack, Guide and Directory, has been printed in
sheet form for the convenience of the Mercan-
tile Public, and.will be'sold at the popular price
of Bd.,, to enable every Storekeeper to provide
himself with a copy. Early application should
be made, as only a limited number of sheets
have been printed.
Dates of Arrival and Departure of New York
Mail Steamers from Bermuda and New York ;
Do. Cunard Steamer between Halifax, Bormu-
da, and Jamaica; Postal Rates, Regulations, &c.
JtoyaliGazette Office, Dec. 14, 1880. -


li'HE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention '6f the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past (
he has been connected with the House of
8* A. L F. B. Thurber &, Co.,
gpoqrters, Importera and Manufacturers of Food
-West iBroadway, Reade and Hudson Streets',
1 'New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in allr that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will,
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assure
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
With 11. K. & F. B. .THURBER '&CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m

Mrs. Bu`r ton,
Professor' of Music and Singing,
from London,
Private Lessons at her Home or Pupils' Resi-
Terms Moderate.
Special arrangements to Schools and Families.
Soirees and Evening Parties attended as
For Terms, &c., address or apply to MRS.
BURTON, North Shore.
December 7th, 1880.-38m

4it the Royal Gazette Stationery
School SATCII ELS ,uTourists CUPS
p'en Wipers Penknives' Tea Bells
Setts Knife, Pork and Spoorn
Key lings and Cork Screws Glove looks
Card Cases, Letter Cases Blotters
Match Boxes Brackets Pufft Boxes
Ink IPhials, &c., in variety Chiqa Vases
Cegar Cases Portmonies
Bone Tape Measures Candle Rings
&c., &c., &c.

Hlamilton, Dec. 14? 1880.

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Di ,pepi o syl,
CORE Hear t Disease,
Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
The Best EMEDY KNOWN to Man I
9OO,000 Bottles
0 SOL D SINCE 1870.
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Ptyallne In the Saliva,
which converts the Starch and Sugar of the
food into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyallne
causes Wind and Souring of the food In the
stomach. If the medicine is taken Immedi-
atcly after eating the fcrmentatloai of food
la prevented.
it ,iets upon the ]Liver.
ft ects upon the Kidneys.
It Rveg-elaates the Bowels.
it Purlfies the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Digestion.
ft Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigorates.
St carries off the Old Blood and makes new.
It opens the pores of the skin and Induce*
jfilcalthy Perspkatilon.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison ia-the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors.
There are no spirits employed in its manufacture, and
it can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by the
aged and feeble, care only i bng required in ateation i
TORONTO, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:

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Yours very truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street.
ToRONTO, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
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Sole Agent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. George's


Direct AJ6nthly Steam Communi.
cation between


STE A M ERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents for every dei-
eription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
Highest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda Produce.
For Freight, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
'R. P. ATKINS .& GO,
Agents for Steamners,'Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-12 m

The Bermuda Book and Sheet


'TIHE Bermuda Book andi She t ALMAN-
ACKS for 1881, will be ready for delivery
TO.MORROW (Wednesday), and can be ob-
tained at Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON's St.
George's; of 51R.. I. GALLOWAY, Chief Ward-I
re, Royal Naval Yard ; of the several Carriers
of the Royal Gazette," and at the 1Royal
Gazette" Stationery Store.
iHathilton, Dec. 21, 1880

To Let,

And' about three and a half'acres of Land, sihiu '
ated on the South side of Warwick Parish.
Possession given on Ist January next.
Smith's Parish, Nov. 15, 1880.

To Let.
Queen Street, Hamilton, with STABLES,
Apply to
August 31st, 1880.

Theodore Outerbridge,
D* V. S.,


[t4CLUolIio I
r. Bi. I. Joaaes, Ifainilloptn, Ihrsmadai r -

In oideritig through London Agents, purchasers should be particular
to stipulate for SUTTON'S SEEDS; -


November 9th, 1880.-3m.

Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Arry Pay Office. T M a
Office H6uis-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m. he Subscriber are now prepared
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally to Furnish
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square
Hamilton, November 8, 1880. ,
SDaily (Sundays excepted)
_Y,1 .their Store in Buiruaby Street to ;ny per-
C. T. CONYERSY mthe,-la te
.C -ovJs. son whoi may desire a supply. : ..
WHOLESALE & RETAIL T" .:Customers in Ihamilton and Vjcitiily it
/45 ^ F 4 q will be delivered by Cart daily-from' about 10
SKE I N o'Jelpck till noon-commenciug on Is) April., .
AND EALER IN.' The price is one penny per.'pound for 12 r h
= and upwards.
ea,; esgars, A penvy half-pny underI2 lbs.
AD Bliefuda Atticial Ice Company.
English and American- Goods, Hamilton, March24th, 1879..
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880.-6m ,- -

LARRA BEE'S World-e 'awned 1. -

In Tins and per lb., always fresh' it the Prin- .
cipal Depot. R a

Parliament St., next Melbourne House a
Hamilton, Nov. 30th, 1880.-2m pd. .

Every description of COLAIK made ready for
. J. E. EVANS takes this opportunity (o thank
the Public in general for their fiberalopatronage
and will endeavour (as in the past so in the
future), to merit ,their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, Hamilton,
February 3rd 1880.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned i Any grade Move-
ment. not'in Stock will be furnished at the
Mariufactor's list price. Also, make to order
anq style of Case with Crest, 'Monogram, &c.,
Remember the A'merican Watch (Jo. received
the Gold Medill at the late Paris Exhibition.

Front Street, tiamiltoa,.
Deer 16, 1878.


Pk'feclJion agatslt lFI ItE
/ an;be obtained from the
of London, .
One of the longest Establiahed arid .Wealthie.
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCHl OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
SJthe Stamp.Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL.
POI',O R'PTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FF'ES and no CHARGE for. Policies.
hamilton? September 9th, }856,

Warrant t


S c6lebtrted for nearly a century past, isof the
-very be t 'English mnaufacture. .'or 3t,'
y pdTtyriild greAt exoelenoe it has obtained
Sthe following .
ExmBrrTox, PpB MEnDLS.
London, 1862. Paris, 1867. Corduva, 87.
SLima, 1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadlphia,8Ibi .

ePf jt1it,q qatvi rtArvAqj4 i, wooD
SI anda#l pthler odours, or t fpst quality only.
4 St/-- r Nv o FULRnioA WATER,
=a iat fragrant Perfume distilled from the
.-o cast C Exotic. T f
every rroreilsing Wash which stinmulates t
s i to, a ieatthy ac tin ai$ pramotel ttf
roth bf I t Ve'br. T' '
Sapowcrful Periame "distilled from the finest
ae a new mnd indispepsable Toilet acqompani-
moent, and iost fefresaing'Perfumrn for the
randkerchief. "
and other Specialities and gcnerafarttll8s.|
of Perflumery may be obtained of uTll'dealeft'
throughout the World, and' ot the
manufacturers ""
24, Old Bond Street, Lodon, ,W.,
Price List free on appltatiif. -
NOTICE -Purchasers are cairione' to i htrd ."
counterfeits by observing tlimet each. article is'.
laK belled with the firu's ''ind itar!.;, a'" Wh iitY'."
osn e to Golden a '
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Ft Qr. 8h 35m P.Mi.
51h aAfee 'Epipha4.

every Tte4sdy by I~.)-q lkPHER LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent

orth.west Corner of, Reid and BIurnaby street ,
where Bilanks, Hynd-bills, 'Ic., will be
printed at the shortest notice.--Agent
at Si. Georges for the Rojal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLET -SO'; West End
Water Street.

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