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

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No. 12.-Vol. ,VX. STATZ SUPER VZAS ANTIQUAS. a24 per Ann

Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .larch 22, 1881.

Influential German Opinion on the ; NTD RS E
Transvaal, Question. E J
The Berlin Kreuz Zeitung has published a series T1ENDERS -vill be received by the under-
of articles on "The rights and the wrong of the
English in South Africa," written by a person who signed until the
to not only exrIensively, acquainted with the.Trans- I 2i V A T T r i
vsalbhinise'f, brit who also has access to the fullest OF ,P LL I'EXl 1'T
'And most impartlal,materials for judging ofpoliti- For the purchase of the property situated on
,calevents In ther Boer States. The writer com- the 3rd Longitudinal Street in the Town of
nmencesbyreferringkto.the representations lately theamird Longitudi, common Sree in the Town of
made: to Prince BIsmarck .by the West German Hamilton, commonly known as
Society, for. Colonisation and Export in favour of J a
.the imperilled interests of Germany on the West v Ji R
Coast of Africa, but contends that it went much L A
too far in declaring for the independence of the The Premises consist of the House as it now
Ti'ansvaal Republic, and asserts that similar de. stands, with the Lot attached.
'mohistrations in Holland, Germany, and even in The undersigned does not bind himself to ac-
England could only have been made in total igno- cept the highest or any Tender.
'ranrice"of the facts. At the outset, reasons the wri- O
'lert, it must be confessed that, looking at the mat- For further particulars apply to 09 *
ter from te theoretical side of England's claim MtoRRS A i FRT ,o
'Bodth'Afrlca, it was that Power. and not Holland, A T
hl' Police Office, Hamilton.
wibTh first annexed ground there, two English M FaEEh0,1 -3
abshipaptitns having in 162Q-that is, 32 years March 5, 1881.--3F E E T ,
before the oDutch arrived-in the name of their SPAIN. ITALY, DENMARK,
Government, iaken possession of the territory now NV o ic e E GYP, FRANCE, HOLLAND,
.occnpled by Cape Town. It Was the same, too, A EGYPT FRANCE, HOLLAND,
with ie Colony of Natal, where the region sur- ARD ~ GREECE. THE QUEENGLAND, HELV ETIA,N
rounding the. harbour of Durfan was presented to GEE E. THE QUEEN EIN
-the English in 1828 by the Zulu king Chaka. Here
the English Government was represented in the I T r-s rir PRJP O E.AlIJek
person of Colonel Gardiner, who subsequently died -. T kson PROPOSED SAILINGS,
of hunger in Patagonia; and although the colony rered(Subjct to Change.)
toivards 1840 'was abandoned for several years on prepared, s usual, to ford LINE.
:account of Zulu inroads, the fort raised to overawe l I* II LIVE RPOOL uINE.
the savages unquestionably stood on English F, rom Liverpool. To Liverpool.
'ground. The writer"then proceeds to sketch the To the New 'York Market, &e., England, .March. 2 a.,ar. 19, 7
conflicts for this region between the Boers and the And i C, England, Wed. March. 2 Sat., Mar 19 730 a.m
BrtifshTend4ng in ,the. defeat of the former, and -oCtsonsigmeCdts of I.e same. Helvetia, 9" 9 20, 2 p.m.
thus the property title of the latter. I te 'Mill represent, as before, some of the best Spain, 16 April 2, 7-30 a.m.
And so it-was, top, with the Orange Free State. houses in the business, viz., Italy, "i 23 2 9, 1-30 p.m.
The Cape Government still continued to regard as M SR N E Erin, 80 16 6-30 a.m.
Its proper subjeclts,he Boers who migrated north- MESSRS. S. B. DOWNES & CO., England, Apl. 6 23, 1 p.m.
waidxs beyond the Orange River, created a separ- Do. GEORGE W. SPENCER & CO., "'ein, 1 a. n.
ate magistracy for themselves at Colesburg, and Anl MR spai 20 y 711-30 6 a.m.
concluded an alliance with the Griquas for their And MR. WILLIAM PEACOCK. Italy, 27 14, 5 a.m.
protection. But when the Boers, improving in Ilighest Alaiket Prices will b4 paid f. r produce Erin, May 4 21,11-80 a.m.
strength, attempted to wrest the land altogether through the Season, and STiENCIL PLPTlES
from the Griquas, and were put down by them with furnished on application to
the help of the English, who had established their I LONDON LINE.
Governmentover the vanqufE.hed at Bloemfontein, I J. H T J CKS OJ. From London. 'To London.
this was a perfectly fair,act; and when again the Iamilton, March 15, 1881.-tf -
Boers, under Andreas Pretorius, rose in rebellion, Greece, Wed. Mar. 2 Wed. Mar. 28, 11-30 am
the English were justified in suppressing it and an- I r d Sh L *Holland, Sat. Mar. 19 Thurs Ap. 7, 11-30a.m.
pezing the disturbed region. The present inde- o G iowe rs lHl 19- Canada, Wed. 23 Wed.Ap. 13, 3 p.m.
pendence of the Orange Free State is due to the o -f Bermiud Prodiu *Denmark,Wed. 30 20, 10 a.m.
initiative of the English, who, in 1854, feeling it to pers o ermua Produce. Greece, Weia. April 13 May 4, 9 80 a.m.
be a burdeu on them, permitted the Boers to shape' --
.htblpqliti4ail4stafe to their mipd, and the rights N F. I )d i 'The Steoaers Holland and Denmark will
,thefn conferred are still respected by England. Wih .... no.t carry asse rs. "
With reference to the Transvaal also, the English, I With O'CONNOR & JUDGE t ass o Q tow or Li r-
In 1877, had got formal right on their side, for by Wholesale Dealers and Receivers in allkinds of poQl $6e to $70.
Section 4 of the treaty with Andreas Preto'ius in to Londo .iect, 0 to $60.
12freeing the Boers of that province, it was ex- B E R I U D A P 1 0 D U Excu rio T'ickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
pr~sslyatiphlated that, as the English made it a 42 & 43 Vesey Street Pier, cc
principle of their government to protect the native 4 & 4 Vesey Stet Pier, $100 to $1 it) London.
races, there should be no slavery or slave dealing West Washington Market. Steerage passage $2f.
carried on in the Republic-a bargain its citizens A S the Season for Shipping all kinds of BER- For further information apply at the Com-
havenotoriously'broken. The form of slavery .A MUDAPRODUCE to-this market is now pany's Offices, No.. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway,
may have been avoided, but the "imboeken," or at hand, we again take the liberty of placing New York.
eg.traloo native orphans ucd was not- our services at your disposal for the sale of any F.W.J. H URS T
knoiwn as 'black ivory ;" and in order to get pos- consignments you may make toation for th is market.pM
session of these orpbans, whom their patrons were Our Business location for ast Thirty-five New York, 3rd arh, 1881. Manager.
entitled to keep till their 24th year, though they (35) years is one of the best in our market and
generally disposed of them before that, it was no it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
uncommon thing for the Boers to surround villa- shippers' produce with quick despatch, there- L 0 S r ,
ges and shoot down the parental inhabitants for by enabling us to make prompt returns with'
the sake of their offering. The English Govern-. net proceeds. A GOLD ARROW
ment was In possession of proofs of the existence of We are sure after you have given us a trial About 5 inches long.
this form of slavery, and if In annexing the Trans- you will be satisfied with our dealings and will oino es o Mg.
vtal it did not make public use of them, this was be only too anxious to continue shipping to us Whoever will bring the same to MR. CHILD's
probably to spare the sensibilities of certain of the all through the season, Store, ront Street, will be rewarded.
Boers belonging to the dying-out generation. It: 1r. Those. II. PITT of Hamilton, March 15, 1881.
cannot, therefor, argues the writer, be said that o T of Hanilto,
the English had no formal right to interfere with who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most N l
them, though of much more account was their ma: happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap- i r f0
trial clairm-to dominion in South Africa. And plication, and give you all the necessary infor- Just Received per S. S. Ceto" fr:in London,
then be goes on to speak of the great sacrifices and mation you require. Any time you write us E \V V Draught Cart II \t NE 'S 'i
services of England in South Africa, her protection about markets, business prospects, etc., we will Carriage and DogCart A N ESSES
of the coloured races from the maltreatment of th give you all the information in our power. Cart COLL.AtS and DI A r MI'S
Boers, and of the dangers and disadvantages that Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction Carriage and iding WH IPSl
would accrue, but only to the whole southern part and pleasureit would afford us to hear from btirrup LE 1ATII1KS GilTIIS
of the Continent, but also to the Transvaal itself It you soon and thanking you for past favors, B
England were todrawback her hand. Descending and hopon anth you will still continue entrusting IRUiUS BITS SADDLESS
to details, the writer then essays to show that no usand with you confidence, we are, trusting -
single Boer State would probably now be in exist- us wh confidence, A LSO,
ence in all South Africa but for the huge sacrifices Yours Respectfully, Per S. S. Flamborough," from New York :
In men and money made by England; and, fur- O'CONNOR & JUDGE. ARRI \GE and Buggy lI \RNAS3ES E
their, tbht the annexation of the Transvaal in 1877 New York, March 1 881.
unquestionably saved it from the dissolving influ- March t 88. Cart HAIRNESSES (complott-)
ences of feud and hopeless bankruptcy within and, S, BRiIDLES COLLAMS TitACES
the disintegrating.forces of Celywayo and Secoco- t'orse BLANKETS and RUGS
enl from without; These reasoning are important n l Carriage and Ladies Lap fOISS
as coming from an authority of the first order. -- M ATS in variety, &c.. &c.,

R equued for CHIPPING and PAINTING
Chambers of Floating Dock.
Wages 4s. per day
With Quarters on board Hulk.
Apply to Master Shipwright's Office, H. M.
Captaindin Charge of Naval Establishments.
H. M. Dockyark, 4th March, 1881.-3m


To the Consignment of
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
February 22, 1881.-tf

W E shall be prepared to furnish STENCIL Sets WHIIEELS HUBS SPOKES
)PLATES to meet the requirements of FELLOW.- BOWS
the new Law, on return of S. S.' Flamborough.' WHIFFLETREES. &c.,
Parties desiring same will please leave their --
orders early. And from Halifax, N. 8,
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf icid St., Hamilton. N-

Brown DeWinter & ^AND,
2 Good Serviceable HORSES for
BroWn, general purposes. 4
MERC HANTS, i s, street.
And Dealers in January 31st, 188^1.
Bermuda Produce MR. R. H. DUERDEN,
Southern Fruits & Vegetables, Ilaving made arrangements with GEORGE
51 and 53 Fulton Row, CA.MII'BlELL, West Washington Market, New
West Washington Market, New York. York, will be glad to forward
Reference-Irving National Bank, New York. -
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Sales and
R mititanes.To' his addrle ss.o

Agentsin Bermuda,
Reid St., Hamilton.
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

The high t mark
promptly returned. S
had on application to
March 7th, 1881.--3*

ot rates will always be
toncil PLATES may be


[:7 o Occup;ers of Lands

i TN order to facilitate the progress of the Enu-
i o merators in collecting information for th(
forthcoming Census, Occupiers of Land
whether Owners or Tenants, are requested tc
bhe prepared to furnish (in acres, roods and per-
ches) the correct quantities of land in their oc-
I cupation under Tillage," under Wood or
natural Pasture," under Cultivated Grasses"
or Marsh Land;" also the correct quantities
of Agricultural and Horticultural Produce ob-
tained during the preceding twelve months.
Said information will be required in the early
part of the week commencing 2.sth March in-
stant, when the Enumerator will call at such
Dwelling house to leave a Householder's Sche-
. y direction of the Census Commissioners,
March 5, 1881.-3

Jas. A. Judge,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West,
\'W:shington iMiarker, New York.
The Undersigned fill give hirs personal attention
to the forwarding of

ToIthe Consignment of the above-named

The highest market rates will be obtained and
Account $.ales returned promptly.
Produce bought during the Season.
STENCIL PL mTES furnished.
9 West Front Street.
SHamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 rn

Chas. 1. Wood worth &
22 Fulton Street, New York.
ON.-I.N.MENS OF' PRODU1EK solicited
to above Address and Highest Market
Rates raranteed. Sales ptid in lBernmudi or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Und erignad will also be pepeJ to
purchase PROI)UJCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of less:s. C. P. |W. & Co.
STENGC I. PLATES furnished on application
F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.
Hamilton, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

Nofice ,to Farmers and
W o hall he prepared to attend to the for-
warding of

Geo. \V. Spencer & Co.,
137 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all other information
please call or.address
Reid St., Hamilton.
February 28, 1881.-if

11IIE UNDERSIGNEDI i. now prepared as
usual to forward Consignments of

SRS T. H. BC3= & 00.,
And 185 Reade Street, New Yori.
Order will he sent forward by next Steam
er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
to meet the requirements of the law. Parties
desiria; same will please inform me on or before
WEDNESDAY, 16th instant,
Above Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free of
March 8th, 1881.-tf

STo be Sold,

At 12 o'clock,
3 The 23rd day of March, instant,
Under and by Virtv.e of Sundry Writs of Execu-
tion issued from the Court of General Asiize
against Jon. HENRY ROBINSON, the
ALL the Vight title and interest of the said
that certain Lot of Land situate in the Town
of Hamilton in the Islands of Bermuda dend4
minated Lot number Sixteen of the Eighth
Longitudinal Street of the said Town, bounded
on the North by the said Eighth Longitudinal
street and there measuring Fifty feet or there-
abouts, on the East by Lot number'Fifteen of
the said Eighth Longitudinal street and there
measuring One Hundred and Ninety-two feet
or thereabouts, on the South by Lot number
Thirty-three of the Seventh Longitudinal
street of the said Town and there measurhig
Fifty feet or thereabouts, and on the West by
Lot number Seventeen of the said Eighth
Longitudinal street and there measuring Two
Hundred and Two feet or thereabouts, or how-
ever otherwise the said Lot of Laud may be
bounded or may measure or ought to be de-
scribed, together with the Cottage or Teneolint
thereon erected and the appurtenances.
March 7th, 1881. Pro. Mar. Gen,

Recent lustructions from the Marine,
B Boards of I lnderviters of New Yoek.
Boston, Philadelphib &e.. I am notified that it
accord mice wi h the I'1'UJies.of Insuranct now
issued, it is i mper;ti e that alt ltills and CtoAi-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Islands under
disaster must be exanaixed and approved by me,
as t,, quantiti%, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the asnme so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
Sole R resident Agent ef Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
althimonre, New Orleans, &c.
St. George's, Permuda, 14th Feby., 1881.

'iHE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention of the MFKICHANTd OF
BERMUUA to the fact that for some years pas'
he has I ecu connected with the House of
S Z. A B. Thurber & Co,,
Exporters, Importera and Manufaeturers o Foo
Prod ucts,
West liroadway, Reade and lludson Streets,,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so thatbe is
practically familiar with the wants of thatI.lapd
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enuble them to givr. A trial 'order, no
matter how small, may result in mutuall benefit
and will be appreciated by
With 1l. K. & F. R. 'TIIURIBER & CO.
New York City.
December 21, 1880.-12m


Teas, Coffees 44 Siugari,
English and American Good8,
No. 9 West Front Street, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880O.-6m

W. H. Watlington, Bermuda Hotel,

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Reid Street, near Queen's,
liamilton, Bermuda.
Feby. 15, 1881.

A.Kyour Grocer for ,. E. WHYLAND'S
St AP,


West Water St., St. George's, Bermuda.
Every accommodation and attention given t
the Comfort of Boarders and Transient Gueats
Luncheon provided at the shortest notice.
S'ep'naber 29th, 1880.--61P



To the Consicrnment of

I u lilts u (,ds .


>. ( dhs' il ll Light Sation at BIermuda, between the
13til and 20th- Malrh. 181: height above the sea
where the Register is kept, being 246 feet.

D a!i






o General Remarks.

a ~ a
6 29-590 0-05 Fine, hazy
4 29650 0-09 Cold, squally
6 29-880 0-09 Fine
8 29-820 0-00 Fine, Cloudy
0 29-780 0-10 Fine
0 29'840 0-00 Fine
-2 29-780 0-00 Fine

March 22, 1881.

March 16-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitehurst,
New York; assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
March 18-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax;
English Mail of 3rd instant and goods for merchants.
-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
March 18-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica;
mail and general cargo.
Mail Steamer Flamborough; Whitehurst, New York;
405 barrels early rose potatoes, 220 boxes onions,
885 boxes tomatoes, 111 boxes beets and 619 pack-
ages cotton ex wrecked ship Nonqunm Dormlo."
21st-Schr. Meteor, Dunscomb, Barbados; sugar, &c.,
to Thomas J. Wadson.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha from Halifax, Lieut.
Searle, R.A., Inspector of Warlike Stores, Mrs.
,Searle and maid and Dr. Morseley.-2nd Cabin, Mrs.
P' LVonaghue.
In the R. M Steamer Alpha for Turks' Islands, W.
E. Darrell, Esqr. For Jamaica, Lieut. Bryan, 101st
.Hegt, Lient. E. White, R.N., Lieut. F. B. Taller,
:R.A.-2nd Cabin, Sergt.-Major Pearson, 1st W. I.
*Regiment, wife and child, two Gunners, R.A.-Deck,
J. W. Hewitt.
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on 18th inst., for
Neew York-Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D). Hoxy, Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Curtis, Mrs. Henry Recht, Messrs. H.
Sherman, G. N. Whitford, H. Belknap, A. J. Sands,
J. D. Dewell, C. Jourgensen, W. H. Smithy.-Second
Cabin-Mr.-and Mrs. W. Brown, Emil Begar, J. E.
Evans. Ste&oage-E. J. George, T. Clare.
In the Meteor, Master King.
The Sir. G. F. Seymour was to leave London for
Bermuda an the 20th instant, and the "Ceto "on the
DrsPATCH.-The Mail Steamer Flamborough ar-
rived at Hamilton at 8-30 a.m. Wednesday with a
full cargo, and forty-eight hours later entered the
Harbour of St. Georges to load the balance of the
cotton saved from the Nonquam )Dormio. Between
"9 o'clock and 4 o'clock six hundred and nineteen
packages cotton were stowed on board, and by 5
o'clock the Steamer was going out of the Channel
en route for New York. The Agents gave the
Steamship extraordinary dispatch especially at St.
Georges for which they deserve credit.
The Flamboraugh has transported to New York
4069 packages cotton ex Nonguam Dormio finishing
by the cargo of the 18th.
We have the best authority for saying that the
vessel which ran into the R. M. Steamer Beta on
the 19th anuary when on passage from Halifax
to Bermuda, was the Barque Kedron, of Windsor1
N.S. The Captain admitted that he ported his
helm which caused the collision. The K. arrived
at her port of destination, Baltimore, having sus-
tained some damage to her stem.
The Allan new steamer Parisian left Liverpool
on the 10th foilalifax.

For the Race which took place on Friday last
there were six starters-the Psyche La Belle Ville,
Undine, Nautilus, Emerald and Dauntless. The
race was in the Sound, an old Bermuda course,
three miles between the Stake-boats. The wind
was moderate from about E.S.E., but was remark-
ably steady during the day. A lengthy descrip-
tion would probably be of not much interest to our
readers, so we content ourselves with recording the
fact that the boats rounded the winning stake-boat
in the following order-Nautilus, Emerald, Un-
dine, Dauntless, La Belle Ville, Psyche.
We understand that a protest was entered against
the Nautilus before the race on the ground that
she was fitted, it being a regulation that in such
races the boats are to sail in their ordinary cruising
sads. At a meeting of the Sailing Committee held
on Saturday last to consider the protest, a resolu-
tion was passed disqualifying the Nautilus from
winning on the ground that she did not sail in or.
dinary cruising sails.
The Emerald would thus become entitled to the
stakes, it there were any, and as it is may fairly
claim to have been the winner of the race.

Major General John Noble Arbuthnot Freese,
O,.B., Colobel Royal Artillery, died on the 25th nit.
at Southsea. He was born in 1813, entered the
army in 1832, and attained the rank of Major Gen-
eral in 1864. He served in the expedition to China
and in the Crimea, including Inkerman and Sebas-
topol, and had a medal and two clasps, the Turkish
medal, and the Order of the Medjidie.-Ilustrated
London News, February 5.
General Freese served with his Battery in Ber-
muds and married here.
Standard of the 1st March contains a list of the
candidate' who were successful for appointments
as Surgeons in H. M. Medical Service at the Com-
petitive Examination in London on the 14th Fe-
briary last. Among them we are pleased to notice
the name of C. W. Thicle, son of C. Thiele, Esqr.,
lately-tired from the civil branch of the Naval
Medical Dapartment.

Roberts has made the following appointments to
his staff :-'-Lt.-Col. Prctyman, R.A., Asst. Military
Secretary; Captain R. Pole-Carew, Coldstream
Guards, and Lieut. Spencer Childers, R.E., Aides,
dp-Camp; Viscount Melgund, Private Secretary.
The officers on special duty will be Major de Cour-
4y'Morton, 6th foot; Major R. Kennedy, Bengal
Staff Corpsa. Capt. Stowell, 1 th foot; Lieut. Brett,
Scots Guards, and-Lieut. Edwards, 23rd Fusiliers.
Brigadier Genl. Newdigate will command a lBrig.
ade; COonel T. D. Baker, the line of communica-
tions; and Cblonel T. E. Hughes, the Royal Ar-
General James Butler, of Holt Lodge, Kintbury,
Berks, G.B., who was seriously burned in his bed
three weeks ago through the bedclothes taking fire,
died from the effects. The deceased officer was 82

years old. He carried the colors of his regiment
through the'battle of Waterloo, and was present at
the storningr of Peronne and the capture of Parie,

of all things among the few wants of Bermuda, as if A tremendous r h was simultaneously made by broken to pieces by the concussion of the explosion. it may be deemed advisable to have storehouse bailt
the Artist, wanting to reproach us, had made up for the enemy. A cordon of guards was drawn around the scene there to retain portions of cargoes, instead of lighter
the writer's deficiency of courage, to make the state- Our advanced line was at once nearly all shot or of the murder. The streets were densely thronged until the shps are ready to reload. If the main point
ment-" There is noend to the possibilities of a win- driven back upon or main position, by excited crowds. The utmost sympathy for the be obtained, safety, the details may be matters of con-
ter spent in roaming about and over these beautiful This position mV be described as an oblong Imperial family is everywhere expressed. The bells sideration for calculators. But let us take the suggest.
tropic isles but there is an end to all Guide Books basin on the top oa the hill. It was about two of the principal churches are tolling. tion of "Guess,' and "be up and doing," that our
and to the time at one's command." The Illustra- hundred yard lonl by fifty broad. Treasury may expand, and the sailors bless our I.
tions draw attention to the reading matter a string Our whole fir'e *ow lined the rim of the basin, A Row in Coventry Ilall-A Home Ruler's Useless lands for an "oasis in the desert" of
of pleasing notes about the various islands touched and fixed bqieets to repel the assailants. Attempts to Speak.-LoNnoN, March 12.-(Evening) CASTLE HARBOURs
on. The Boers with shouts of triumph swarmed up -An attempt was made to have a political meeting March 18th, 1881.
the sides of the hl and made several desperate at Coventry last night under the auspices of Arthur
MADRID, March 12.-A post mortem examination attempts to carry the position with a rush; each O'Connor and Finnigan, Home Rulers. As soon as To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
of five persons who died in the Madrid Hospital time, however, tOe were driven back with the O'Connor rose to speak he was met by a storm of DFAI SiR,-When'-the Town of Hamilton was in.
showed abundant races of triebina. The author. hayona. After eecharge the firing, which nearly yells. He remained standing ten minutes and corporate, and became one of th twb rtsnof ntr
ties have orders severe precautions to prevent g based during the ikelee, broke out with renewed made several attempts to read Parnell's'manifesto in Bermuda, to the exclusion of all other parts of the
further cases, violence, and the air above us seemed alive with to the Irish electors of Coventry, urging them to Islands, the streets and water front became public
Porgal E d-Fal Cabinet Imminent bullets. The troops did their duty well and steadily support the Conservative candidate at the supple- property, under the control of the Corporation, and
Portga e Fallof the ainImminent. and trying as was the occasion fought with great mentary election at that place to-day. Finally a until of late years the rights f the public in and to
ltoUoN, Mar'bh.'l2-Publio opinion Is so excited coldness, encouraged by their officers. At last the rush was made to the platform and a free fight them have been respected, but now the public in and tood
In Portugal that the principal journals of Oporto Boers, who had gathered near the edge of the slope, ensued. The police cleared the ball. All the tables has been put aside for private interest.
ard Lisbon consider the fall of the Cabinet almost made a tremendous rush at a point beyond that at and chairs were smashed. The disturbance is at- As our trade with New York developed, it was
certain, when the recent treaty with England is which they had be*We been attacking, and where tribute to the extreme Radicals. found necessary to erect sheds to protect our produce
carried before the House of Peers. the numbers of the defenders were comparatively LONDON, March 12.-All Paris correspondents from the weather white awaiting shipment, and to
LowDoN.-Truth says that, following the example small. They burst through the defenders, poured notice the cordial reception- of Gambetta by Presi- meet the necessary outlay the Legislature passed an
set by the Baroness Coutts and Mr. Ashmead Bart. in over the edge of the basin, and our position was dent Grevy at the ball at the Elysee last night. It Act to enable the Corporation to levy an export or
lett, a lady of mature years and much wealth, ac- lost. The main line of our defenders, their flank is expected Gambetta will abandon the Scrutin de shed tax on all produce passing under the sheds. To
quired by brewing, is to marry a young gentleman turned, and taken in reverse, made a rush along List Bill in consequence of Grevy's opposition to this the planters cheerfully submitted, but consider
of twenty. the plateau to endeavour to form and rally, but it the measure, that, having to pay for the sheds, they are entitled to


S e W :o ,ierequested to state that LADY LAF- SOUTH AFRICA was useless. With fierce shouts and a storm of To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
FAN's "AT HOMEs" on Wednesdays will be discon. THE MAJUBA HILL DISASTER-DESCRIP- bullets the Boers poured in. There was a wild Ma. EDITOR-I have read "Plebeian's" "Ode to
tinued for the present, but that she will be happy TION OF THE FIGHT-TIHE DEATHI OFI rush with the Boers close behind ; the roar of fire, Beauty and Bloaters," and am quite delighted with it.
to receive her friends on Wednesdays March 23rd, SIR G. COLLY. the whistling of the bullets, the yells of the enemy, I am particularly fond of bloaters and onion saws
(to-morrow), 30tb, and April Gth, from 3-30 to 5-30 The London Standards Special Correspondent, made up a din which seemed infernal. All round, when done up a-la-plebeian (Ode)ar it is really an
-Lawn Tennis. PROnPC T, arnd .ay, 6 3or0 a .m -E p men were falling; their was no resistance, no halt od-oriferous ode, (not auriferous like the Planters' P
I PROSPECT H uL,, Monday, 6-30 a.m.-Eight p.m. -it was a flight for life. At this moment I was chick) for if it was set to music, and "circulated"
IQ LADY MoCLINTOcic wishes to announce to Sunday.-I have just returned to camp, having knocked down by the rush and trampled on, and even with the assistance of a Handel it would not te
her friends that she will be AT HOME from 3 to 6 escaped almost by a miracle from the fate which when I came to my senses the Boers were firing "endorsed" by the musical community, because it has
p.m. every Saturday, from March 26th to May 7th, has befallen a great portion of the force which left over me at the retreating troops, who were moving a fishy odour. Now as to his Problems I will go with
inclusive, with the exception of Saturday in Holy the camp last night. down the hill. Upon trying to rise I was taken him again through Problem I. (Problem II. has been
Week. The strength of the column amounted to abon prisoner, and led away. On the hill I found the answered over and over again.) In my last commu-
S----- --six hundred, all told, belonging to the, 58tbh, 60th body of General Colley shot through the head. I nication I slightly varied the wording (but not the
Particulars of the Defeat and Death 92nd and Naval Brigade. also saw Captain Singleton, of the 92nd, severely sense) so that even aplebeian brain could take it in,
of Sir George Colley The eight was dark, and the marcbh across an wounded ; Lieutenant Hamilton, 02nd, slightly; but as the roecepticle is narrow I will try to get it in
of Sir George ley unknown country toilsome in the extreme. We Dr. Lanton, severely; Captain Morris, severely; piecemeal. Prob. I. says:-" If John Doe raises a
AND or first made our way over the comparatively level and Millar, also severely. Captain Maude was crop before he can offer it for sale he must put on the
The Assassination of the Emperor ground to the foot of the main range of hills, but killed ; Lieutenant MacDonald, of the 92nd, was a initials (here please observe that both in the Law and
| of Russia. there our difficulties began. prisoner. What others were killed, wounded, or in the Problem the plural "initials" is used) "of his
I We have had occasion to make our appearance In may cases the ascents were absolutely pre- taken prisoners I cannot as yet say, but fear that christian name and surname" that'ss of both names)
twice before our readers since the last regular issue cipitious, and wherever there was looting for them our loss both in officers and men is very severe. the words in full" are necessary in case there should
of the Gazette-viz., in two Extra editions. First, huge boulders and loose stones, which rolled down Many are still missing, but probably some may be a middle name or names. Now to prove that
on Wednesday, affording some particulars of the when touched, covered the ground. When, after turn up during the night, having bid themselves in this is the correct rendering of the first clause, both
truly melancholy death of Sir George Colley and of immense labour and no slight danger, wer reached the brushwood on the bills till the darkness fell. the Law and the Problem goes on to say, that
many of the brave band of soldiers under his im- the top, it was only to find that after a short time After a conversation with the Boer General I in- before any one can legally purchase or ship, it must
mediate command, and to which we add to-day 1we had to descend again. Our native guide kept dueed-bim to grant me a pass to come into the be so marked, that is, with the full initials;" and
some very interesting details. Second, on Fri- i steadily forward ; had It not been for him we should camp and bring out succour for the wounded. while my hand is in I will inform Plebeian" that I
day, giving the particulars of the assassination of never have reached our destination. They were lying thickly both on the plateau and am quite prepared to prove both by the Membersmand
the Czar of Russia on the Sunday previous, and 'The task would have been exhausting for an un- everywhere on the descent of the hill. The Boers the minutes as printed in the newspapers that the
which we transfer to our columns to-day. incumbered man, but to troops carrying their arms, were very civil. They took, it was true, a few sense and spirit" of the Legislature, or at least of
eighty rounds of ammunition, water bottles, and articles I had about me ; but no troops in the world the Popular branch, was simply "the initials in full."
Alexander II Czar of Russia dead and from the three days' provision, it was painful in the extreme. could, on the whole, have behaved better as vic. The "sense and spirit" of the Upper Branch, I must
ill fated shell of the assassin must cause in the Daylight was breaking when t e approached the tors. Talking with me they ascribed their victories admit is not so apparent. Plebeian laments the fact
hearts of all well thinking people a chilliness a bill which was the object of our expedition. We, not to their arms or bravery, but to the righteous- that the law brings all names down to one level;"
shudder that settled order has been rudely broken had started at 10 o'clock, and had been more ness of their cause. As to the completeness of this is sad indeed. I sympathise with the Hon.
in upon, and with such dire consequences. We had than six hours in accomplishing a distance which, as their victory there can be no question. They car- Zebedee Fitz Muggins if his name must appear on a
unfortunately become familiar with plots against the crow flies, was little over four miles. We bad, tried by sheer fighting a position which the General box of onions and on the same level with the Ple-
the life of the Czar, but, having been successively of course, made a great detour, so as to reach the himself considered to be, defended by the force at beians. But no; here again the simple beauty of the
thwarted, we came to regard his life as a charmed position from its rear, and so avoid giving the his command, impregnable. Even now I can law is made manifest, he can make his gardener (if he
one almost. Civilization must frown on such dar- alarm, to any outlying posts the Boers might have hardly understand how it was done-so sudden keeps such a tool) a sort of a god-father, or even his
ing outrages, if it would hold its own ground only thrown out in front of their line of position, was the rush so instantaneous the change from what cook (a god-mother will answer) an owner pro. tern,
without further advances in the path of progres- At a commanding point on the hill we left two we regarded as perfect safety to imminent peril, to be responsible; god-parents are always responsible
sive improvement. No community can afford any hundred of our force to keep open our communica- Up to the moment when they made this rush they Piople. Let me before bidding Plebeiasuadieu, ease
countenance to plots against life, which must be tion with the camp. They were ordered to set had effected no progress whatever; a few only of his mind about my conversion and'ny "visits to the
guarded at any cost. With security for life follows about entrenching themselves at once. our men had been engaged; the casualties were Magistrates." The first occurred 15 or 20 years ago,
security for property, both of which assured there When we gained the surmit of the eminence we trifling in the extreme. A few minutes later they so I am an old "convert" if an "easy" one. Have
necessarily follows that general confidence which looked down upon the long line of Boer eutrench- held the crest of the hill, and our men were defend- not yet begun my visits to the Magistrates" so I
is the very foundation of social and political pros- ments, stretching from a point immediately below ing the natural basin in which they had been lying cannot describe them to him, I can only say that I
perity. It would be erroneous to infer that the us to the Buffalo River. in apparent security. It cannot be denied that the am quite prepared for them whenever any Plebeian
late Czar was marked out for destruction from any So far our success had been complete. It was capture of Majuba Hill is as an exploit of whicb who has more time thaainbrains shall run me in
dislike entertained of him personally. iOn the con- clear that our occupation of the bill rendered the any troops in the world might be proud and give me an introduction.
trary his personal qualities were respected and the Boer position absolutely untenable, as we took Major Hay of the 92nd has come in wounded I Although I still condemn the Ambiguous phrase.
blow was aimed at him as the embodiment of a their whole entrenchments in reverse. The Naval Brigade were entirely cut up. elegy of the 1st clause, because it jeopardizes this most
Government:against which a tide of dissatisfaction Our own camp although four miles away, looked Sir George Colley's body was brought into camp useful and long needed law, I have reason now to be-
has been rising, without any well directed purpose, quite close, for we were at an elevation of two on 1st March, and formally identified. It was lieve that it happened by an accident, for which I am
totally unprepared to substitute anything better, thousand five hundred feet above it. buried with military honors on same day. willing to make all due allowances. In conclusion, I
determined on undermining all rule and throwing The enemy's principal laager wvs about two' Major Fraser has returned to the Camp having beg to thank you Mr. Editor for your courteous indul.
aside all restraint prepared to substitute the tyranny thousand yards away. eecaped from his captors. He reports having ence, and if Plebeian does not become a convert"
of a maddened mob for Patriarchal Government The position we had secured was undoubtedly neither seen nor heard anything of Lieut..Colonel must leave him to his fate, for argument will have
or any wise modification of it. Russia may now one of immense natural strength. On the summit Stewart. proved powerless and truth a matter of moonshine.
be said to be in a state of transition and Nihilist was a plateau, so that all the troops not actually It is stated that the shot which killed General PLANTER.
movements may necessarily be the outcome of a engaged in repelling assaults could lie down perfect- Colley was fired at a distance of four paces from Brackish Pond, March 18, 1881.
period of change, a plague spot in the new growth. ly secure from fire from below. him.
The Crimean War was an arrow in the Russian For an hour the greater part of the troops rested, -From the Officer com- CASTLE HAROUR.
system,Nicholasthe Iron Tsar dyingduring its con- a portion, however, helping the sailors, who ad mending Mount Prospect, arch 1. Number of To the Editor of the oa Gaette.
tinuance and with him expired thac strong personal not, so far, been able to get the Gatling gun up the matroops engaged in action on 27tarch ulti Num ber-5 of To the Editor of the oyal Gazette.
rule termed the drill-sergeant system of govern- hill. troopsengagedinactionon 27th ultimo-35 offi- M. Emi on,-Your correspondent Guess" in
ment. Alexander II. differed materially from his At sunrise the Boers were to be seen moving in Casalties-Offiersr killed 3 wounded 9; prs- issue of 8th March, calls attention once more to
father in disposition and when the Crimean war was their lines, but it was not until nearly an hour la- onrs 7; missing 1. rthe necessity of some safer place than Murray's An-
ended he set himself in earnest to reform without ter that a party of mounted videttes were seen trot- Non-commissioned Officers and Men: killed 82;chorage for large ships taking reuge to Bermuda in
undermining the personal power of the ruler consi- ting out towards the hill, upon which they evi- wound ison ers ; m n ie distress, and alludes to the fleet recently anchored
Sdered essential in the Russian system. dently intended to take their stand. wounded 122; prisoners 50; missing, but believed there encountering a heavy North West gale whi'e
I "He had, however," writes D. McKenzie Wal- As they approached, our outlying pickets fired to be wounded not yet brought to camp, 12. awaiting weather to discharge portions of their car-
lace, "none of the sentimental enthusiasm for lib- upon them, and our presence was for the first time From our tra Gazette oFriday a. goes to enable them to get into port; he also alludhi
eral institutions which had characterized his uncle, discovered. From our Extra Gazette o Frida la to the large ship Nonquam Dormio, recently stranded
Alexander I. On the contrary he had inherited The sound of our guns was heard at the Dutch Em peror of Russia A S, there with a cargo of cotton, in a previous gale, when
from his father a strong dislike to sentimentalism larger, and the whole scene changed as if by ma- .e 5$ N t(I. such was the risk of boarding her that "a Board of
and rhetoric of all kinds. This dislike joined to a gic. BS i. Arbitrators awarded 140to a boat's crew for c
goodly portion of common sense, a limited confi. In place of a fer scattered figures, there appear. ing the Captain on board at the risk of life and tro-
dence in his own judgment, and a consciousness of ed on the scene swarms of men rushing hither and ARRIVAL OF THE ROYAL MAIL perty!" And he might have included many others
enormous responsibility, prevented him from being thither, some rush to their horses, others to the STEAMER ALPHA. fresh in the memory of sufferers, amongst them the
carried away by the prevailing excitement. With waggons, and tlf'work of inspanning the oxen and The R. M. Steamer Alpha," Captain Crowell, fleet was considerably damaged by the lighter th
all that was generous and humane in the movement preparing for an instant retreat began at once. with the English Mail of the 3rd inst., arrived at was taking cargo from her in the gale. It should be
3 he thoroughly sympathized, and he allowed the When the firstpanio abated it could be seen that St. George's last evening was taking cargo from hen heavyladen should be
popular ideas and aspirations to find free utterance, some person in authority had taken the command. Capt. Crowell has kindly sent us a file of Hali- bone in me is d tat when heayladeng reliefps and thleak-
but he did not at once commit himself to any defi- The greater portion of the Boers began to move fax papers up to the 14th (last Monday), which cannot afford to wait object in for a sdigoot sa. Yourelief, and teres-
nite policy and carefully refrained from all exag. forward with the evident intention of attacking us, furnish us with the following particulars of theafford to wait for a oot sea. Yo orrs
gerated expressions of reforming zeal." but the work of preparing for a retreat in case of AS9T pondent draws such a vivid picture of the dangerous
*" He has already done great work in his time-- necessity still went on, and continued until all the ASSASSINATION OF THE ElBPER- position of these ships and cargoes during the winter
work that must for ever give his name a very pro- waggons were inspanned and ready to move away; OR OF RUSSIA season as to make one's blood thrill with sympathy
minent place in European history." some, indeed, at once began to withdraw. Which occurred on Sunday afternoon last, and which for the human beings on board, to say nothing of
Of late years the health of the late Czar was far At about seven o'clock the Boers opened fire, and we lay before our readers in an Extra. owners, underwriters, and others concerned I Now,
from satisfactory, which the domestic troubles on the bullets whistled thickly over the plateau. The ST. PETERSBURG, March 13.-As the Emperor was what will be thought of us abroad when we erect
the death of the Czarina did little to improve, men were all perfectly cool and confident, and I do returning from parade in the Michael Garden about lighthouses to guide distressed vessels to our Island,
The late Czar was driven into the late war with not think that the possibility of the position being two o'clock Sunday afternoon a bomb was thrown and offer to large'ships nothing better than Murray's
Turkey almost against his better judgment. The carried by storm occurred to any one. which exploded under the Czar's carriage, which Anchorage, in an open roadstead, and an iro-bound
circumstances attending it had assumed a national From seven to eleven the Boers lying all round was considerably damaged. The Czar alighted un- shore on their lee, whilst hard by we have a splendid
importance, and the Czarewitch and his mother the bill, maintained a constant fire. Their shoot- hurt, but a second bomb exploded at his feet, harbour, with plenty of water, land-locked, with a
strongly favoured the belligerent party. The rela- ing was wonderfully accurate. The stones behind shattering both his legs below the knee, and inflict- narrow but deep channel leading direct from the
tionship between the late Czar and the Emperor of which our men in the front line were lying, were ing other terrible injuries. The Czar was imme- ocean, which here laps its feet, and invites the weary
Germany caused the maintenance of pacific rela- hit by almost every shot. diately conveyed in an unconscious state to the tempest-tossed mariner to rest in its quiet arms (it!)
tions between Russia and Germany. The Sclav Opposed to such shooting as this, there was no Winter Palace, where he died at 4-30 in the after- if we would only utilize that harbour by expending a
proclivities of the new Czar and his antipathy to need to impress upon the men to keep well under noon. Two persons were concerned in the crime few hundred pounds to remove one or two rocks, and
German influence may at some early day cause a cover. They only showed to take an occasional one of whom was seized immediately. The explo- obtain a bill from the Legislature to remove the legal
rupture, and give rise to extraordinary combina- shot; and, accurate as was the enemy's shooting, sion also killed an officer and two Cossacks. Many difficulties, anu thereby add to the importance of
tions among the nations of Europe. The immedi- up to eleven o'clock we had bitt 5 casualties, policemen and other persons were injured. Bermuda as a refuge? The answer is, that they must
ate tendency of the change of Ruler in Russia will Commander Romilly was dangerously wounded OFFICIAL A NNOUNCNrT.-.The official message think it passing strange, and query if we do ntt mean
be to draw Germany and Astria into a closer alli- s he was standing close to General Colley; he makes the following announcement- "God's will to invite shipwrecks! At the last session of the r1c-
ance, and England must continue to watch keenly was struck by a ball fired from a long distance, as been done1 At 325 o'clock, this (Sunday) gislature 800 was asked for to remove an obstruc-
and maintain her influence on the stage, whatever he was out of the line of fire from the Boers below, afternoon, the Almighty *5 called, the Empero(Snday) tion to St. George's Harbour of a vessel that by somejudicial
actors the force of circumstances may projecttothe Four of the 92nd were slightly wounded. himself. A few minutes before his death Emperor to thought to be, and by others not to beprejudicial
front. Twenty men of this regiment, under Lieutenant e ece dth e bore death tte El o the heath o te own, and is.was granted mme-
Hamilton, held the point which was most threat- perr receive te sacrament. diately. Now that our trade is diminishng by the
WINTEr RESORTS IN SOUTHERK SEAs.-The ened by the Boers. Nothing could exceed the LONDON, March 13.-Reuter's St. Petersburg cor- withdrawal of troops, will it not be important to nurse
Quebeo Steamship Company have 'published a steadiness of these Highlanders. They kept well espondent says: The Imperial carriage was attacked other sources of income to the Colony, and since
Pamphlet of forty odd pages, edited by Fred. A. under cover, and, although they fired but seldom, on the Ekaterinofsky Canal, opposite the Imperial small craft are out of fashion and the world is mbuild-
Ober, Author of Camps in the Carribees, illustra- they killed eight or ten of the Boers who showed stables, while the Emperor was returning with the ing larger and stilllarger ships (both sail and steam),
ted by F. H. Taylor, Artist of the American Tour- themselves from behind cover. Grand Duke Michael from Michael Palace in a is it-not our paramount duty to grant every facility
ist Gazette under the above title as a Guide to So far, our position appeared perfectly safe. The closed carriage, escorted by eight Cossacks. The and accommodation, and induce more frequent visit-
Bermuda, Port Rico, and the Winward West India Boers had, indeed, got between us and the camp first bomb fell near the carriage, destroying the ors ? If not, all this kind of advantage will be lost to
Islands reached by their Steamships from New but we had three days provisions and could hold back part of it. The Czar and his brother alighted, us, and find its way to St. Thomas, or some other
York. The Bermuda section, though scanty, will out until the reinforcements came up. Our cas- uninjured. The assassin on being seized by a colonel hospitable region, for we may naturally expect that
serve to advertise these Islands still more and to unalties were, with the exception of that of Corn- of police, drew a revolver, but was prevented from foreign underwriters will require all large risks to
make further known their intrinsic value. "To wander Romilly, few and unimportant, and all were firing. A second bomb was then thrown by ano- avoid Bermuda as a refuge in distress. Then are we
enumerate," says the writer, one half of the attrac- perfectly confident of the result. ther person and fell close to the Czar's feet, its ex.- not "penny wise and pound foolish" to keep Castle
tions in detail of these charming Islands would From eleven to twelve the enemy's fire continued plosion shattering both his legs. The Czar fell, Harbour thus shut out from the world ? Is it not
consume the space allotted to the entire book. The aa hot but as harmless as before; between twelve crying for help. Col. Dorjibky, though himself, cruel to ourselves and others ? A little gun cotton
visitor should equip himself with the "Bermuda II il d, and it seemed as if the Boers much injured, raised the Emperor, who was convey- will do the needful, and St. George's would reap the
visitAlmana," of the "Royal Gazette," or with ta were off. ed to the Winter Palace in Colonel Dorjibky's benefit; for with lighters and a steam tug cargoes
"Guide to Bermuda," by the Natualist J. Mat- This, h tr, was not the case. The enemy sleigh. Large crowds assembled before the Palace could be carried from there and stored, and reladen
threw Jones." "Bermuda has an attractiveness had been, as we afterwards learned, very strongly but were kept back by the Cossacks. The Imperial at the town, with much less risk and greater conveni.
wholly her own, and can offer to a seeker after sum- reinforcing hia gtbing line, in preparation for an family were all assembled at the death bed. A, enco than by using Murray's Anchorage. In other
mer sunbeams in winter as many delights as can assault; an sBlt lyafter one o'clock a terrific council of State was immediately convened. All words, substitute Castle Harbour for Murray's An.
be healthfully enjoyed, and all are compactly fire sudden* broqre forth from the right lower places of Public resort are closed, chorage. Letshipsgo right into the Harbour from sea
brought .together as the petals of a rose bud. "At slopes of th ol, tie side on which the firing had ST. PETERSBURG, Mar. 13.-The glasses in the gas and lighter sufficiently for them to get to town, dis.
page 8, is inserted a view of "a Tropic Cascade," all along been h.1est. lamps in Michael Garden, beside the canal, were .charge further, and repair, and then vice versa, upiless


the free use of them; but such is not the case, for two I 5I TIfl
of them are used as warehouses by two or three firms, I Hu U PI
and devoted to lumber, rotten potatoes, guano, &c., U BY PUBLIC AUCTION S
&c., while the one called the big shed at the berth of UNDER THE BIG SHED,
the New York steamer is divided among a chosen few, m
and through its portals none but the elect may enter. T thursday next,
The wharves are for the use of the public, the n h n x
steamer is paid bydthe public, and the sheds are paid The 24th Instant, at 12 o'clock, M.,
f'or by the public, and yet private interest controls 100 BLS. BRIGHT GROCERY
them all. 100 BLS. BRIGHT GROCERY
The Corporation has no right to farm out the pub- A
lic wharves to private parties, the steamer is bound to S f 'T R
receive goods at the gangway, and an end should be
put to a system of rings," which controls the price Now landing ex Schr. Meteor" from Barba-
of produce in Bermuda, regulates the figures at which dos,
returns of sales are to be made, and thereby cause the 0 TBLS. Extra S. F. FLOUR
profits to go into the pockets of the middlemen instead 50 50 New York HAMS
of those of the PLANTER. 20 Tubs Family BUTTER
March 19th, 1881. 10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
-- 20 Boxes Layer RAISINS
ENGLAND. f 10 Buckets Family LARD
LONDON March 13.-The Tribune's London des- .10 Half-Bls. MACKEREL and HERRINGS
patch says the reports of the Cabinet changes are 2 Qr. Bls. MACKEREL
untrue so far as Mr. Gladstone is concerned, except 10 Kits MACKEREL
that he may relinquish the Exchequer next year. 10 Kits TONGUES and SOUNDS
LONDON, March 13. Sir Stafford Northbcote ex- 10 Kits Pickled BASS
plains to his constituents the course he has advised 8 Kits SALMON
the Conservatives to take in regard to the urgency 9 Packages HAKE, about 200 lbs. each
for Committee on Supply. He points out'that Mr. 10 Half and Qr. Chests Superior TEA
Gladstone's proposal threatens to subvert the rights 25 Gross Comb MATCHES
and liberties of the House of Commbrs in regard to 25 Bis. Garnet Seed POTATOES
controlling the estimates. l arnet eed AT
A Duchess, a Witness in a Libel Suit. I 5Bls. Jamaica COFFEE
LONDON, March 12.-The Duchess of Connaught 3 Boxes Mottled SOAP
has been subpceaned to give evidence in a libel suit. 3Boxes MottledSOAP
PLTaxoUT, March 9.- A correspondent at Cape A large assortment of GROCERIES from a
Coast Castle telegraphs as follows :-" All appre- First Class Retail Store,
tensions of an Ashantee war have ceased. The --
King assent a reply saying that he desires peace. AND,
He asked the delivery of fugitives, but asserts that 1 Very Superior
he never intended to make war, and is sorry his
firAt message was so understood." Wt-- II. 1 f /-1' T

NEW YoiE, March 13.-Vaughan won the walk-
ing match, scoring 461- miles.
TnE Hoas:-Statements from Chicago and New
York, contradicting reports of hog cholera, appear
in all the papers, but the mischief has been done.
and It will be slow work to undo it. Several whole.
sale dealers in London say that the scare has fright. I
ened away nearly all their customers. Stories ar I
now appearing as to the danger of eating American
canned meats.
fax' Herald' of the 14th inst. says: The sealing fleet,
embracing 23 large steamers, left St. Johns, N.F.,
at midnight on the 10th inst. for the ice fields. The
prospect of a good voyage was never better. Seals
are abundant in Bonavista Bay. Hundreds were
killed and hauled ashore on Tuesday last.
The railway question is the principal subject of I
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jL IyllUll UJJ TV
With Calf, 5 weeks old,
And many other Goods that will appear at the
Hamilton, 21st March, 1881.




On Thursday next,
24th inst., at 1 o'clock, p.m..

Itix. Froposuias roum lesers. W. vv. lnuiiet uuu a -
A. L. Blackman are before the Legislature. iON ACCOUNT OF H. M GOVERNMENT,
Sir C. Tupper, Dominion Minister of Railways I53 Lb
and Canals, who is in ill-health, and Lady Tup- RAISINS ......................... 353 Lbs.
per, left Halifax on the 14th inst. in the steamer TOBACCO (Leaf) ................. 162 Lbs.
Sarmatian for Liverpool, G.B. i FLANNEL..................6.......6 Yds.
BLANKETS .....................1 No.
P. E. ISL~D LEGIsLArTUv.-The resolution of SERGE (Blue)....................207 Yds.
the Premier to abolish the Legislative Assembly By Order of the Captain-in-Charge,
and Council of P. E. Island, and to substitute r rg
therefore a body composed of 22 members, to be WM. ALBERT MOUNT,
knowu as the "Legislative Assembly of P. E. Is- Naval Storekeeper.
land," passed the Assembly by 19 to 6, and a bill Hamilton, March 21, 1881.
founded thereon was if produced.
SWEPT OVRBOADAD AN DROWNED.-Lieutenant ( reen G ing er.
Commander Victor E. J. Brenton Von Donop, of
H. M. gunboat Decoy, was swept overboard and
drowned, during a heavy gale, on the passage from JUST RECEIVE) PER METEOR,"
Tunis to Malta. Lient. Donop was a sub-Lieut. oS e
serving on the flagship Duncan, on this Station in 7 Ills. G reen GI NiG E R
-1866, and was subsequently transferred to the Which will he sold very low for Cas h.
Sphinx, also on this station. He commissioned
the Decoy in September, 1878, and served with her C. H. RO IJA S OJN.
on the Cape and West African Stations. 45 Front Street, Hamilton,
22nd March, 1831.
i BERMUDA Rowmr CLUB.-The annual races 22nd March, 1881.
of the above Club, will take place to-morrow, Wed-
nesday 23rd inst., at 5 p.m., in Hamilton Harbour, Im prTO ed ty le
over the usual course finishing opposite the Town
Hall Wharf. There will be four crews to compete TEN SLAT TOIATO BOX,
la two races, and the final heat will be rowed on iEAP ER
Friday, the 25th instant. C APR

We omitted in our hurry in going to press with
our Extra Gaiette on Wednesday, to thank S. S. I
Ingham, Jr., Esqr., passenger by the Flamborough,
for some New York papers of the latest date as
well as for some ship news-which we now do most
The Orontes, hence, with the 99th Regiment, was
expected at Cape Town and at Natal on 4th April.
The Eunhrates was to embark the 85th Regt..

Material for the same at two pence per box
Sample Boxes made up. Send for one.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, March 14, 1881.-2 3p

over 800 strong, at Bombay, and six companies of j FO$* Sale,
the 102nd, or about 500 men, at Colombo, to be at
Durban on 26th March. Cedar SKIFF,
BIRTH, on the 19th March, 1881, at Huntley, near 16 feet 6 ins. Keel, with Mast and Sails, Oars,
Hamilton, Bermuda, the WIRE of the Hon. Josiah Brass Rowlocks, Iron Ballast, &c., in good
Rees, Chief Justice of Bermuda, of a SoN. condition.
.......... on the 25th Dee., at Du Toits Pan, Griqua- Can be seen at Ordnance Stores, Front Street,
land West, South Africa, the WiFE of J. C. E. Hamilton.
D'Esterre, of a SoN.-London Times, February 19. 'March 22nd, 1881.-
DIE D, 13th March, at Somerset, after a protracted .
affliction, Mns. LUCRETIA KERR, aged 78 years.; received mvia ew York,
.......... at Headingley, near Leeds in Yorksire, i
on the 1st of February. the Rev. Henry Tuckwell, Vicar* :P ,0V LOND ON,
of Headingley, in his fifty eighth year. Per FLAMBOROUGH, on 16th inst.,
[Mr. Tuckwell will be remembered by some of our i
readers as Secretary to Bishop Field, of Newfoundland, At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
on his first visitation of Bermuda, in 1845.] I )ROGRAMVIME and other PRENCI


J- to improve the ground on the Southern
side of the Front street, and the Shore adja-
cent thereto, between the Town tall Wharf
and the next Wharf Westward, will pay
the sum of Ten Pounds for a Plan for the
object in view which they may think proper to
adopt-said Plans to be sent in to my office by
31st inst.

Hamilton, March 15th, I&

W HO has this day purc
14 Queen Street, Ifamilton
his apprenticeship, and wor
Journeyman. I highly re
good Painter, aud believe
satisfaction to all who may
P acting.

881.-2 3p

- Cartridge, Note, Letter and Foolscap
Forrel Covered Account and other BOOKS

j School Books.
Murray's, Lennie's and Juvenile GRAMMARS
Hall's First French
Henry's First Latin BOOK
Webster's and Johnson's DICTIONARI ES
McCulloch's Course of READING
Carpenter's and Mayor's SPELLING, &c., &c.

Lillywhite's Cricketer's
f) r 181.




I am Instructed by


citoTtI e to Suilders and Others

Mar. Thnomas S ue ite,
STHE Undersigned will receive Sealed Ten-
TO ,SELL, ders until 12 o'clock, Noon, on
BYPTJBLIocAUCTION, Monday, the 11th
S Oi flthe fP'esises. day of April, 1881,
-ln -T T A V n -- From Persons desirous of Tendering to

The 25th instant,
That Valuable Property
On Water-Street, East End, St. George's,

A rare opportunity, being the only Wharf
Property in St. George's that is likely to be in
the Market for some time to come.
S Auctioneer.
St. George's, 19th March, 1881.
Colonist coK0.

Sugar !


iThe Undersigned notoffer a few
Barrels Bright' lean

From 25/6 per 100 Ihs. i ) fte of 5 barrels.
Hamilton, 22nd March, 183L-1
Colonist copy once.

To Farmers and Others.
rl 1i E Undersigned will be prepared, as usual,
to forward Consignments of


Messrs. .. P. ZOOMIS & Co.,
And will also purchase PRODUCE at full
Cash Rates throughout the Season.
fl' Those feeding STlNCIL PLATES
will please leave their Orders with me before
the departure of the next Steamer on 31st insl.,
as none can be ordered after that date.
Hamilton, March 21st, 188I.-3p if

Notice to Growers of

ermubta rotuce

HE Undersigned offers his ser-
vices to forward PRODUCE to the
Consignment of
I1icssrs. A. a snnett & Co,,
During the Crop Season.
Account Sales will he returned with the usual
promptness, and at best rates obtainable.
STENCIL PLATES to meet requirements
r ii. .... I ... ...:ll ^.I --- -- .

oi te nuew Lu iv wi o uc u rteou n application.
Hamilton, 22nd March, 1881-3 3p
rT HE Undersigned will give their Personal at-
t tention to the forwarding of BERMUDA.
PRODUCE to the Consignment of
M.essrs. John ix sCo.,

During the coming Crop Season.
All charges for Cost of hemittance for nett
proceeds will have to be borne by the Owner of
the Goods.
The highest Market Rates will be obtained
and Account Sales returned promptly.
All Packages of Produce must be marked with
the Initials and Surname in full of the Owner
to comply with the new Law.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 3 p 3
Feby. 21,1881.

Notice to Shippers.
Fi'iE Undersigned having been appointed
' AGENT at Bermuda by ROBERT ('.
LEE & CO., 18 Leadenhall Street, London,
for the Shipment of BERMUDA PRODUCE'
begs to offer his Services to Farmers and others
desirous of Shipping to the London Market.
Prompt returns of Sales Guaranteed.
At S1. 2. COOPER'S,
Hamilton. Feby. Ist. 1481.-3n tf

MARCH 8TH, 1881. Hamiltou, March 21, 1881. --
V. BE EK, Flour! Flour!
hased my STOCK- For 8ale,
occupies 'my Shop, .AThe Uso
, has served with m A HORSE lhe Undersigned offer
ked several years as A a H5Is FLO R
ommend him as a Dog CART and HAR- 50 B 1s. LOUR
avie will give general NESS Of choice Brands, at Low Rates for Cash.
favor him with t heir The Property of Deputy Surgeon General T. i iJH .
J. E. EVANS O'LEARY, to whom application may be made. I
J. E. EVANS, March 22,,1881. 1hamilton, March 15, 1881.-2 3p

In the Parish of St. George.
Specifications, Bills of Quantities and Plans
may be seen on application to Mr. S. Seward
Toddings, at his Office, between the hours
of 12 o'clock, noon, and 1 o'clock, p.m., daily,
and from him any further information may be
Tenders must be addressed to "The Over-
seers of the Poor of St. Georges," and marked
on the outside Tender for erecting Poor
No Tender will be received later than noon
of the 11th April, proximo..
The Undersigned do not guarantee that any
Tender will be accepted.
By Order of the Parish Vestry,
Overseers of thle Poor of St. George's.
St. Georges, March 21, 1881.-3 3p

Claims Wanted,

lOTICE is given that all CLAIMS against
ithe Steamer A LI.51 B BBRA," which ves-
sel called off Bermuda on 28th Februa:ry last
past, must be made by or before the 25th instant
or they will not be noticed.
Agents of the Quebec
Steamship Company.
Hamilton, 21st March, 1881.-1I
Colonist" copy once.

To Importers from New York.

Will be Despatched from Ne

York for this Port


On Saturday, 9th April
FR EIGHT will bo taken to a limited extent
at the rate of 40 Cents per Dry Barrel.
Engagement List open at Office of Uuder-
signed until Wednesday, 30th March. j
Orders for Goods to be forwarded by New
York Mail hence on 31st inst.

Hamilton, 22nd .larch, 1881.-2 3p





The Undersigned is now receiving
E x 'chr M E,''TE OR,
Just arrived from Barbados,
Barrels Bright Grocery SUGA R
Puns. & Bis. Blight MOLASSES
Which will be sold at low rates, and will be
ready for delivery from and after To-morrow,
Wednesday, morning.
Ilamilton, March 21,. 1881.-1

The Largest and Greatest variety

Ever Imported in the Colony.

BER and other SEEDS, in great variety., i
Aoll -4 I .t ,

All o0f which are offered at very reasonable rates ror Sale by
-Wholesale and Retail. A.J. RICHARDSON,
Do not delay calling early and laying in your ole A
stock. A very liberal discount to Farmers and St. George's, Berud
Country Stores. St. George's, Bermudi.
Country Stores. January 18, 18lS.-3m 3p, 9rm Ip.
45 Front Street, Hlamilton, January 8, 18.3 m p.
22nd March, 1881. $ I.
S. FICE HAMILTON, 21st March, 1881.
Notice to the Public. Edward F Astwood, Augusta Batts, Richar4 D
__ Bean, Mary Ann Bassett, Catherijn E *'e.n (t o
1'llE attention of the Quebec Steamships r Clare, F G CampbellWilliam Carll,r E DCo.-
fin, John A Ceder, Edward Dickenson, C F Darrell.
Company having been drawn to the value Samuel Daley, M Diepson, l t J Dill, W D ke,
of the iermuda Oranges, and the adaptability of Finigan, F S Felipo Jose Ferreira, Naraiz. de Fra-
the climate of the Island to the growth of the ga, Jose de Fontcz, Manual A 8 Goncalvs,. Jane
" Lisbon or Sicilian Lemon," they, hoping to Gilbert, Williamn H Gilbert, H E Horton,. Francisco
assist in the production of a large future source Ignacio, Emma James, Mrs J Kennedy, El.n, Keyl,
of freight, beg to offer to Transpoil free of Caprice Landy, Henry T Light-on, George Martin,
charge during 1881, all boxes containing young Dani 1 S Outerbridge, Henry Owens, Thos R Payni-
Orange and Lemon Trees containing ter, Samuel Richaidson, Mrs J L Robinson, Joseph
WT MOORE Robinson, Sarah Ann B Raynor, Mrs M. W mith,
Benjamin Swan, Edward Senhouse, James Stowe,
Manager, Quebec and New York. J A Sh afe, Peter Saunders, Alhxander Swan, Man.
A. E. OUTERBRIDGE, & Co., ucl J de Silveira, Bcrj Simons, Richard J Simmone,
Agents, New York Nathan Scot, Richard Smith, Susanna Tucker, J F
oTucker, Louisa Tucker, Benjamin Trott, John T
TR OT T & COX, Trott, Mina weir, Harriet Wells, Henry Williams,
1Aonrfa Rprm,,ln Susan William.

19I ----
Feby. 19, 1881.-6-3p. UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN -THE POST OF-
FICE, ST. GEORGE'S, March 21, 1881.
w anted, irs Atkins, Bark A It Tucker, 'cltoonev A'coy-
cne, IMis W C 13rown, W A Contort, SriA Divis.
iY a Swiall Family i this Town, A Good Joseph Gagner, J W A Knox (Telegraph Steamer
BP PlIin COOK. Wagers 1 a Mouth. Dacia), Captain N.cari (Italian 'Steamship Egadc)
Apply at "Gazette" Office. Johnborte, Elias Trott, Thos t, (Ct), 03o
Apya 8 O.- ic .To.leman, Brig V H Hill, J Warren, Wm Wilson,
March 22nd, 1881 .-2 J E R Wilson, Lance Corporal R J. Ward .


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Alteration of Mail Route
after the 1st of April, the Mail Coach from
Hamilton to St. George's will leave Iamilton
every morning and travel by the North Road,
calling at the Receiving Houses of Devonshire,
Flatts, Crawl, Bailey's Bay and Ferry Road,
and will return from St. George's in the after
noon by the same route.
And that the Mail Coach from St. George's
to Hamilton will leave St. George's every
morning and travel by the South Road, call-
ing at the Receiving Houses of Ferry Road,
Hamilton Parish (Wilkinson's), Harrington
Sound, Flatts, and Smiths (Joell's), and will
return from Hamilton in the afternoon by the
same route.
By Order of Governor and Council,
c". Th M
Tenders for Supplies
TO 7..iLNAT C A.ST Y 7.
21ST MARcH, 1881.
T HE TENDERS of the undormentioned
Persons have been accepted by the Gov-
ernor and Council for twelve months, to. com-
mence on the 1st April next:-
Contracts Nos. 1 and 2-Groceries and Uten-
sils-Mr. D. W. Hughes.
Contract No. 3-Clothing and Bedding-
Messrs. James H. Trimingham & Son.:
Contract No. 4-Drugs--Messrs. Wainwright,
Gorham & Co.
By His Excellency's Command,
Colonial Secretary.
SSugar. Sugar.

The Schr.' Lilas," Capt. Vanter-
pool, was to leave Barbados for this i1l.arket
On the 5th N.larch,
With 550 Barrels of that stiperior
quality of

For which Messrs. S. 1. Musson, Son & Co.
enjoy their woell-knawn reputation.
As in the case of the I)emerara Sugar ex
Grecian Bend," now all so'd, the Undersigned
intend to SELL the Cargo of the Lilias" and
respectfully ask for patronage.
Hamilton, March 21, 1881.-2 3p
Colonit" twice 3rd page.


The Undersigned is prepared to Receive and
ship consignments of
Bermuda Produce
By every opportunity,
To the Address of
Me ssrs. Darrell Co.,
83 Pearl Street, New York.
Ilighest Market Rates obtained and prompt ac-
count sales and settlements guaranteed.
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, lat March, 1881.-in- 3p

'i- X'NOTICE.,

(U an? &tout4,
In Hhds., Half Hlhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of.
Messrs. LAND SON &CO.,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
defy Competition.

No t i



At Ilhe auniver'arvy mission sermon in St. James'.
Methodist Church. Montreal, last Sunday, the Rev.
Dr. Peck, of Brooklyn, preached and he illusi4aed a
point in his sermon with the following excellent
It any of you, lie said, will go down to St. Johns-
bury, Vermont, you may see the man who gave me
the facts, I am about to relate. He was an Ameri-
ean sailor, and had sailed to a port in Chili. On
going ashore to enjoy his day of liberty, he became.
not to say intoxicated but a little hilarious. One of
the police officers, instead of coming up as your
police or our police would, and remonstrating with
him not to make a noise in the street, drew his sword
and sticking him a blow knocked him down. Mr.
Haskings, as an American sailor ought to have done,
under the circumstances, got up and knocked him
down in return. He was arrested and tried in a
language of which he could not understand a word,
with scarcely any defence to speak of. He was con-
victed and condemned to be shot at eight o'clock on
the morning after the following day. Mr. Loring
was the American Consul there, and he went to the
authorities and expostulated with them that it would
be monstrous to shoot the man. But these petty
tyrants paid no attention to his expostulations. On
the following morning, the day before the execution,
he went again and made a formal protest in the
name of the American Government against the ex-
ecution. But the petty tyrants would not even
respect this. The next morning came, and to use
Mr. Hasking's words, "I was brought out to the
field pinioned and bound to a post. They slipped a
black cloth over my face, and I heard them ordei
the soldiers to get ready. It was the custom for
the various consular officers to send up their flags at
eight o'clock in the morning. The office of the
English consul was right opposite that of the Amerf-
can consul and just as the former was preparing to
hoist the Union Jack. he looked out and saw a large
.rowd assembled on the field where the execution
was to take place. Rushing over to the office of the
American consul he said, "Great God! Loring,
you're not going to let them shoot that man ?"
What can I do 1" replied the American consul,
"I have protested against it; I can do no more."
Quick as thought the English consul shouted,
"* Give me your flag!" and in a trice the Stars and
Stripes were handed to England's representative,
and, taking his own flag in his hand, he hastened
across the field, elbowed his way through the crowd
and the soldiery, and, running up to the doomed
man, ho folded the American flag around him, and
then laid the Union Jack over it. Standidg aside a
few yards he faced the tyrants, and shouted defiantly,
SNow shoot, if you dare, through the heart of Eng-
land and America;" "and they aren'tt" exclaimed
the preacher while the immense crowd in the gallery,
forgetting the place and occasion, burst into applause.
He continued: Mr. Haskings said to me, with
tears streaming down his cheeks : "They loosed me
then, and oh how I longed to embrace those two
A Town on the ladand of Ischia Destroyed-More
than 100 Lives Lost.
RoME, March 6.-The loss of life by the earth-
quake on the Island of Ischia is appalling. One
hundred and two bodies have been found at Casa-
macciola up to the present, and many others are
under the ruins of the buildings. In the village of
Lacco alone 13 houses were destroyed and 5 per-
sons killed.
LoINoN, March 8.-The Time states that twenty
vessels have been wrecked on the coasts of Forfar-
Kineardine and Aberdeenshie, Scotland, and
nearly 200 persons have been drowned.
The Boer commander says they desire peace, but
are determined to resist attack and acquire free-
The Pope has appealed to the Russian Govern.
mebt for amnesty for the Catholic bishops and
priests exiled to Niberia.
It is reported at St. Petersburg that a commission
is about to be constituted to consider the question
of popular representation in the Government.



an -as

s "a Li e

kDtseases ever
,Ague, .Rheuma-
CUR ES eart.Disease,
Biliousness, Nervous Debility, etc.
The est FcEMEDY INOWN to Man I
f,OOO,OROO Bottles
Ti7s Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the Ptyal ne In the Saliva,
which converts the Starch and Sugar of the
food Into glucose. A deficiency In Ptyallne
uses Wind and Souringi of the food In the
stomach. If the medicine is taken Immedi-
ately after eating the f'ermentatlol of food
Is prevented.
It siet upon the Liver.
It acts upon the Kidneys.
It lgegulates the Bowels.
It Purifies the Blood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It Promotes Bigestion.
It Xourishes, Strengthens and Invlgorates.
I t carries of the Old liood and makes new.
It opens the pores of the skin and induces
iuealthy Perspiration,.
It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison ir the
blood, which generates Scrofula, Erysipelas, and all
manner of skin diseases and internal humors. o
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 being rcquircd in action ta
ToRoNtro, April 20, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
DEAR SIR,-When I visited your manufactory last
autumn, I was suffering from a fearful pain in the
face and head-the physicians call it neuralgsia-and
when you recommended me to try your INDIAN
BLOOD SYRUP I had no faith in it ; but indeed I
recmivcd such a benefit from it that I have since re-
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opportunity of your second visit to this city go
by without thanking you very much for recommend-
ing me to try the INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP.
Yours very truly,
GEO. LOVEYS, lumber merchant,
250 Simcoe Street.
ToROINTo, April 21st, 1880.
Dr. Clark Johnson:
Dear Sir,-I have had a pain in the small of my
hick, also through my lungs and shoulders for more
than three years; I have also had liver complaint
and dyspepsia. I[ have tried doctors' and other me-
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tion was called to your valuable INDIAN BLOOD.
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ttan I have for the last two years.


THE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned: Any grade Mlove-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
Front Street, lhamilton,
Deer 16, 1878. uo.o


Direct JA nthly Steam Communi.
cation between

Bermuda &Lon )on

Te e! Ice !! lce! e JNIME[L'S CHOICE l'EIFUJ-
N4 V 0 V


United States Jail Steamers.


WYOM ING sails Tuesday Feb. 22, at ll-30D.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday March 1, at 6 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Mar. 8, at 11-30
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday March 22, at 10-30
WYOMING sails Tuesday March 29, at 5 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
Tihe above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Ofni(ers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room arind Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Bermuda' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' bagal_ e can lbe
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.

New York, I

A aeunt.

Decemrner 20, 1880-4m.

-M No

Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Comnlission erchant, & E. ATKIhNSD N'
18 Leadenhall Street, PERFUMERY,

29 Broadway, New York. AND AT LLOYDS
F-.. 1i1 IR80n L T/nMm L' p r, A

Thleodore Outerbridge,
D. V. S.,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjoining Arw'y Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
Offico at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
lhamilton, November 8, 1880.

To all who suffer from Headache.

Always on hand at the Store of
Sole Agent.
Hamilton, Fcby. 7th, 1881.-tf


ON or about the 3rd November last TWO
TENTS were Removed from the SHELLY
BAY RACE COURSE. Any Person or Persons
who may give such information as will lead to
the Recovery of the same will be Suitably Re-
1Hamilton, Jany. 3rd, 1881-

J. G. AME, ALL who wish to have their
77 Rihod StreetWet. Kitchen Utensils, Bath Tubs, Windows,
S DISEASES. Brass Work, and Wood Work, clean and

I was troubled with derangement of the nervous
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Smithfield, Northumberland Co., Ont.
Port Jollie, Queen's Co., N.S.
Dear Sir,-I have used your excellent INDIAN
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(rived great benefit therefrom. I can recommend it
to all sufferers.

WESTPORT, Leeds Co., .Tany 29. 1879.
Dear Sir,-1 have been suffering for years with,
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anj have tried a great many remedies, but without
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BERFORD, Brant Co., Ontario. i
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INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP for a short time it has
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commend it to be.

BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
STEAMERS leave London the last Thutrsday DEAR StR,-This is to certify that I have found
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in each month. i~y Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer- a,,d Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
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Ilighest Market Rates secured fur consign-
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For Freight, Passage, and all information, Kelvin, Brant County, Ontario.
Apply to Del)ar Sir,-In September. 1865, my wife had been
..!..l ,.nltr' treaty Int two vears and tihe said

Agents for Steamer., Ilamilton.
.une 5, 1880.-12 mu


A New Cedar DRAY,

Apply to

With Patent Axle.

Ilawmilton, Feby. 7th, 1881,


she had heart disease. She was at that time sj
weak she could not stand, and I had to carry her
daily from her bed to the stove, and back again as
soon as the bed was made. She had used your
INDI \N BLOOD SYRUP but a short time when
she began to walk again, and has not kept her'bed a
day EHice. It also cuied my daughter of chills and

Sole Agent for Bermuda,
Water Street, St. George's

Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing

Ask for Pride of thle Kitchen' Soap
II. K. & F. B. THURBER &CO.,

Protecliotu against FIRE
Can be obtained from the
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthies
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the 1BRANCII OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
ol the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on 'REAL and PERSONAL
PIO'ER'I'Y for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE lor Policies.
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.

Great progress has been made within a few
years in manufacturing food products, and the
standard of quality has been raised to a point far
beyond that which formerly obtained. We claim
that this has, to a considerable extent, been due
to our efforts; as the Largest Manufacturers and
Dealers in the world in this line, we consider it
our interest to manufacture only PURE and WHOLE-
SOME goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tive manner. All goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to be of superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, tothe interest of both
dealers and customers to use THURBER'S
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.
Importers, ManufactureA, and in Dealers Food

A few Ladies and Gen-
B OAlRD at
Parliament Street, Hamilton,

HLU DO i, I.U. .
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
mudian orders.
April 13, 1880.

,0 .
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Ddeceiked b the Cote
V V 0 a petr's SP ELLNS

_'ooth RUSiES PIrcupine PN IOLD-
Red Seal WAFERS, Large and Small-
ill FIL -S

Carmite, Mauve, Violet and other C 4l. INK
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS

Camel O0air PENCILS, &c., &c., &E.
NotePA andENVELOPES, blackbor-

PENS PENCILS Lo OK, & ., & .

Hamilton, Feby. let, 1881.

at his old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near amilton iotel, takesS
this method e thanking his friends and the pub

i/ generally for past favors, aed humbly soil-
Sits a continuance of same.
Exercise BOOKS Paper K H. VE

January 6, 187aW, Large and Sall

Carmine, Mauve, Violet and other (of. INKS
Marking INK Carriage Striping PENCILS
Camellfair PENCILS, &c., &c., &c.

der and Plain, assorted sizes
PENS PENCILS Log BOOK-4, &c., &c.

Hamilton, Feby. 4tt, 1881.

-For RAnt,

inothe rown of Hamilton. Apply to
Corner Front St. and Chancery Lane.
Blamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.

Horse, Carriage 49tri (JCLaS

(1111ELh'dersigndd having resumed Business
at his old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near hamilton f1otel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-

cits a continuance of same.

January 6, 1879.

I Easter Cards,
At the Royal Gazette' Stationery
Store. A very Choice Selection.
Special Terms to the Trade.
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881,

p-' 0 .. st

Ola .

OL ilf| lOK.--MARCH, 1881.

S rls. sets.
Tu 6 0 6 122 6 A tQr hl0m x

o 58 6 3 1 54

24 Th 5 58 6 1224 2 42
25 Fri 5 56 8 14Io5 3 30 Annundation-
26 Sat 5 54 6 14 26 4 18 [Lady Day
7 5 54 6.14 27 5 6 4th in Lent.
28 Mo 5 52 6 1628 5 54

every Tuesday by DonALD M'PHEE LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Pireets.

where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agents
at St. Georges for the Royal Gapeltt,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SON, West End,
Water Street.

Water Street.

celebrated for nearly a century past, is of
the very best English manufacture. For its
purity and great excellence it has obtained
the following
London, 1862. Paris, 1867. ordova, 1872.
Lima, 1872. Vienna, 1878. Philadelphia, 1876.
and all other odours of the finest quality only.
is strongly recommended, being more lasting
and fragrant than the German kinds..
celebrated for so many years, continues to be
made as heretofore It is strongly Perfumed,
and will be found very durable in use-..
a new and indispensable Toilet accompanl-
ment, and most refreshing Perfume for the
and other Specialitiesand general articles of
Perfumery may be obtained of all dealers
throughout the World, and of the manu.
-3. & E. ATKINSON,
24, Old Bond Street, London, W.
Price List Free on Application.
L CAUTI .-Purchaers1 are cautioned to avoid
counterfeits by observing that each article is
labelled with the firm's Trade Mark, a White
Eoel on a Golden Lyre."


V vuy. J k" I oov.

T ,e b a n p1\lEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant
The Subscribers are now prepared R tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilt and
to Furnish Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfrectant
For warm climates it-is invaluable
Daily (Sundays excepted) COLOGNE.
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per- WATER-
son who-may desire a supply. RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
To Customers in Ilamilton and Vicinity it grant Perfumes,
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10 RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April. gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
e ri on en o r i lbs agreeable coolness fo the head.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs RI11MEL'S PURE WHilTE GLYCERINE
A penny half-penny under 12 lbs. ALMOND, LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and other
Bermuda Artificial Ice Company. Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
Ilamilton, March24th, 1879. ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET POWDERS; in
boxes, barrels arid packets.
e g e et e ,7 RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
Sand preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
St. Geoige's, Bernmuda. tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
-the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pinis
TI, Krtianelly, Proprietor. and Eedlyptus Forets.
SP p eE. Rfi ,I l EL, Pertimner byappointment to FI. I
Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London, and R
Ladi-s and Gentlemen visiting St. George's Bounlvard des liaiiens, Paris.
will find superior accommodation at this Ilotel. May 27, 1879.