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
Publication Date:
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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Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands ( lcsh )
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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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STATE u'zj iiAVG4

Ha.noilion, Bermuder,-T.#ied4& fiult 1.2,9.1

For Ith Royal Gazette.
DRzR Mn. Lx.-Will you kindly publish in the
"Royal Gazette" the following very sensible re-
marks,:of the Bishop of Ely clipped from a late
number of the New York "Churchman." Perhaps
if the authorities of a former age had entertained
the same liberal views as are advocated by the
Bishop, the Wesleyan Schism would never have
taken place and that large and influential Body
would have continued a most valuable and helpful
Society within the Church of England, according to
the original design of its zealous founder.
I remain,
TIONS. In a reply to an address presented by
some of the leading clergy of the diocese, including
several well-known members of the University of
Cambridge, expressing grave anxiety as to the
consequences of the recent prosecutions in the
Church, the Bishop of Ely gives his views on the
subject.. He is convinced that the church of Eng.
land "cannot, without violence to her character as
a national and historical Church refuse to find
place for that section of her members which, al-
though embracing many shades of feeling and
practice, is comprehended under the term ritualistss.'
To crush or drive out (if it were possible) a body
consisting of both laity and clergy which has man-
ifested not only a love of high ceremonial, but a
fervent zeal for the spiritual welfare of the people,
which has succeeded in awakening a sense of reli-
gion and a love for the ordinances of Christ among
classes of the population which the English Church
had utterly failed to reach, would inevitably be
followed by a feeling of discouragement issuing in
utter spiritual apathy." Nor does the bishop ap-
prove of the call made upon the ritualist clergy to
abandon, of their own accord, the English Church.
He regards it as a radical mistake to deal with
ritualism as a simple question of law, and discusses
this point at length. "I would," he says, "express
my own sense of the duty of dealing with these
controversies in a large, statesman-like spirit, which
shall have regard, not to the letter of the law but to
the past history and present condition of this great
Church." Those who set the courts in motion
should, he thinks, take a broader view of the whole
position, and respect' the diverse character and
wishes of congregations.
Tunzs' IsLaNDS, 10th March, 1881.
Dnta Sra,-We last addressed you in this form
on 2nd ultimo, since which the demand for both
Fishery and Coarse Salt has been very limited,
comprising only about 16,910 bushels of the former
and 8,820 of hd latter, leaving on hand quite a
stock of last .ye-ars crop. I :II-
The weather continues favorable,, anl the pans'
are in a forwaril cond it-n, especially .at East
fHarbour, where we expect to commence the new
crop next week.:
Prices remain unchanged at former quotations,
viz., Coarse Salt 8* cents and steam ground Fish-
ery Salt lOj oents per bushel, f. o. b.
We remain, dear sir, yours, &b.,
Editor of Bermuda Royal Gazette.

(From the New York Times, March 24.)
The Boers have earned a great deal of praise for
the peyalstent manner in which they have endea.
vored to maintain their independence In South
Africa. Rather than submit to any form of British
domination, they have "trekked" and "trekked"
In order to discover a home in which they might be
able to call themselves their own masters. These
wanderings have excited the admiration of senti-
mentalists, who did not hesitate to compare them
to the weary sejournings of the children of Israel.
They do not appear to be quite so romantic and
worthy of admiration when it is remembered that
one of the principal reasons why the Boers have
persevered so persistently in maintaining their in-
dependence was their desire to keep slaves without
question or interruption. Like other white men
who have encountered colored races, they have bad
a feeling of contempt for all who possessed another
kind of skin than their own. When the Boers
opened up new territory they fought the aboriginal
races and took the captives as bondsmen; when
they had no new territory to annex they made
raids among the savages around them and drove
to their homesteads whatever slaves they wanted.
The Kaffirs who were seized as slaves by the Boers
led a miserable and degraded life. They were
never treated better than as beasts of burden.
Their natural affections were treated as a matter
worthy of no kind of account, and they were per-
mitted to live and die in as brutal a state of igno-
rance as they were when first seized in their own
kraals or sold to satisfy the rapacity of some native
chieftain. It is satisfactory to see that this slave
question has not been forgotten in the negotiations
between England and the Boers. Sir Evelyn Wood
has insisted upon receiving from the whites of the
Transvaal adequate guarantees that the rights of
the dark races shall be respected. The delimita-
tion of the Transvaal Is also an arrangement which
will have a very beneficial and humane effect, in-
asmuch as it will prevent the Boers from making
those slave raids into the country north, east, and
west of the Transvaal, which were not only a stain
upon the character of the Boers, but a perpetual
source of dangerous reprisals from the Invaded
peoples. If England has gained no military glory
from this Boer war, she has at all events done an
honorable service to the natives of South Africa,
which, perhaps, they may at some future date re-
member with gratitude.

Per Flamborough from New York,
The undermrentioned Superior


Stock specially selected,
A WAY, 3 Springs, to seat 4
1 All-Leather Extension Top Park PHA'ETON,
3 Springs, to seat 4
1 Canopy Top Ladies' Pony PilE PON, Lea-
ther Upholstered, 3 Springs, to seat 2, very
1 All-Leather Top PH.ETON, Leather Uphol-
stered, 3 Springs, to seat 2
I Square Box Top BUGGY

Carriage & Buggy HARNESSES
Cart and Express ilARlNESSES
Carriage, Cart and Pipe COLLA RS
Leather, Web and Rope IIALTERS
Riding SADDLES and BRil)LES
Horse RUGS Collar and Saddle PADS
Driving REINS Back Chains and. Traces
Feed BAGS Stable BROO00IS
Harness HOOKS &c., &c., &c.

In lumps of 5 to 30 lbs.
Reid Street.
April 4th, 1881.-3

Oil Stoves.

Received another lot of those
Non-Explosive STOVES,
Unsurpassed for durability, economy and safety.
EASTER and Birthday CARItDS
Ladies' and Men's HATS
LAMPS with Illuminated Burners., &A.
Nickel Plated Students! L\MPSI
Patent IRONS and Common Sense COOK RS
&c., &c., &c., Cheap for Cash.
No. I West Front Street,
Hamilton, April 4, 1881.-3 pd
A SK your Grocer for a Cake of iPRIDiE OF
THE KITCHEN, for scouring and clean-
ing. It is better than t'apolio, and only about
half the price.

Will give his personal attention to the forward-
ing of

Bermuda Produce
During this Season,
All necessary information will be given to
Planters on application.
46 & 47 Front Street,
April 5, 1881.-tf

Outerbridge Bro
Importing and Forwarding
Commission Merchan



Consignments made to first class Houses in
New York, Philadelphia and London.
Full Market Rates paid for Produce through-
out the Season.
Advances made on Consignments.
Hamilton, April 4th, 1881.-tf
Wanted Immediately.
A thoroughly good HOUSEMAID. Must
have lived in that capacity before. Also,
The Cottage,
April 5, 1881. Ireland Island.

For Sale,
MIS fVz.

The War Department, Washington, has received Payable at end of present Crop Season.
confirmation of a reported massacre by Indians,
which occurred at Puerto del Chocolate, Mexico. Apply at Royal Gazette" Office.
Thirty persons were killed. Hamilton, April 5, 1881.
A dispatch from Prospect Hill -to the Standard
says :-" The promise of amnesty to the Boer lead. L 0 S T-
en has had a wonderful effect, especially on A T) T
Joubert, against whom a charge of murder is pend. A GOLD ARROW ,
ing in the British Transvaal courts." Ainches l n u
Rev. Mr. Green, rector of Miles Platting, has About 5 inches long.
been arrested for contempt of court in continuing Whoever will bring the same to M. CHILD'S
ritualistic practices, and has been Imprisoned at Store, Front Street, will be rewarded.
Laneaster. March 15, 1881.

iTo Growers
pers of Bermnu ee,

Wholesale Dealers and ais a ll kinds o1
42 & 43 Vesey Ae Pier,
West Market.
As the Season for Shipp
MUDA PRODUCE to this market is now
at hand, we again take ihe liberty of placing
our services at your dispoaUlor the sale of any
consignments you may iniaW .to thin asiket.
Our Business location for the past Thirty-five
(35) years is one of the best in our market and
it gives us every advantage to dispose of the
shippers' produce with quick despatch, there-
by enabling us to make prompt returns with
net proceeds.,
We are sure after you 'tave given us a trial
you will be satisfied with our dealings and will
be only too anxious to continue shipping to us
all through the season.
Mr. Thos. H. PITT of Hamilton,
who forwards for us in Bermuda, will be most
happy to furnish you with STENCILS on ap-
plication, and giyefyou all the necessary infor-
mation you require. Any time you write us
about.mairkets, business prospects, etc., we will
give you all thf iifotmation in, our power.
Meanwhile assuring you of the satisfaction
and pleasure it would afford us to hear from
you soon, and thanking 'you for past favors,-.
and hoping you will still continue entrusting
us with your confidence, we are,
Yours Respectfully,
New York, Marqk 1st, 1881.

Sten l Plates.

Metal or -PAper STEWCILS
Supplied qt an houf's notice.
Stencil INK and BRUSll':..
Rid Sreet.
April 4th, 1881.-tf

qIlE UNDERSIGNED i; nov prepared as
usual to. forward Consignments of

ME RS,. T. -. BOOM & 00.,
185 Reade Street, New York.
Orders will be sent forward by next Steam
er for STENCIL PLATES to enable persons
to meet the requirements of- the law. Parties
desiring same will please inform me on or before,
WEDNESDAY, 16th instant.
Abore Plates will be supplied at cost.
Shipping number 115 will be supplied free ot
March 8th, 1881.-tf

Notice to Farmers and
W E hall be prepared to attend to the for-
warding of
To the Consignment of
Geo. W. Spencer &. Co.,
187 Reade Street, New York,
During the ensuing Season.
For Stencil Plates and all o:her information
please call or address
Reid St., Hamilton.
February 28, 188!.-tf

W. IH. Watlington,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,
Reid Street, near Queen's,
Ilamilton, Bermuda.
Feby.15, 1881.

To all who suffer from Headache.
DR S C 0 T T' s
Always on hand at the Store of
Sole Agent.
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-itf
1'3HE manufacturers of Sapolio wanted to
combine with PiRIDE OF THIE KITCil-
EN, but we refused and reduced prices, her.ce
the bad temper manifested,

,, L, -,,rj'O aL b, ., UN ISSION.
And Dealers in
Bermuda Produce
Southern Fruits & Vegetables,
51 and 53 Fulton How,
WVest Washington Market, New York.
Reference-Irving Naiional Hank, New York.
Consignments .Solicited. Prompt Sales and

Agent, at Bermud:i,
by. 28, 1881.-til
Feby. 28, 1881.-tf

St., Hamihon.


To the Consignment of
M3SSS.S. DLON & 00.,
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
February 22, 1881.-tf

Chas. P. Wood worth &
22 Pulton Street, New York.
to above Address and Highest Market
Rates guaranteed. Sales paid in Blermud. or
New York at Shipper's option.
The Undersigned will also be prepared to
purchase PRODUCE as usual during the Sea-
son on account of Messrs. C. P. \W. & Co.
STENCI L PLAT'I'ES furnished on application

flamilton, Feby. 2S,


F. D. S. NASH,
No. 4 Front Street.

J)JGnthly Steam Communi-
cation between


STEAMERS leave London the last Thursday
in each month.
R. P. ATKINS & CO., Commission Mer-
chants, London, execute indents fior every deo.
cription of Goods for shipment by these Steam-
Highest Market Rates secured for consign-
ments of Bermuda I'roduce.
Foer Freighlt, Passage, and all information,
Apply to
It. P. ATKINS & CO.,
Agents for Steamners, Hamilton.
June 5, 1880.-lI tm




(Subject to Change.)

From Liverpool.
England, Wed. March. 2
Helvetia, 9
Spain, 16
Italy, 28
Erila. 80
England,. Apl. 6
Helvetia, 13
Spain, 20
Italy, 27
Erin, May 4

To Liverpool.
Sat., Mar. 19, 7-80 a.m.
26, 2 p.m.
April 2. 7-30 a.m.
9, 1:30 p.m.
T16.,630 a.m.
23, 1 p.m.
S" 80 306 a.m.
May 7.11-80a.m.
14, 5 a.m.
21,11-30 a.m.

From London. To London.
Greece, Wed. Mar. 2 Wed. Mar. 23, 11830am
*Holland. Sat. Mar. 19 Thurs. Ap. 7, ll11'30m,
Canada, Wed. 23 Wed. Ap. 13, 8 p.m.
*Denmark.Wed. 80 20, 10 a.m.
Greece, WeA. April 13 May 4, 930 am.
The Steamers IHolland and Denmark will
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver.
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool,
100to 1tl0 London.
Steerage passage $2(0.
For further information apply at bhe Com-
pany's Offices, Non. 609, 71 & 73 Broadway,
New York.
F. W. J. H URST,
New York, 3rd March, 1881.

St. George's Hotel,

St. George's, Bermuda.

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

*" No. 1,-Vol. LVr.

S Notice. .. .
Ih Y recnt citations from the M At A _&
3t .,l. of IfaTerrwriters f -New Yerk,
mt4s, Phillkdelphisi &e.. I am nvtfied that in Required for OCIPPING ,and PAINTING
imbrim'se with the IPolicies of I|istain.;e now Chambers of Floatifig Dook.
bhoed, it is imperoalt that all 1Iill and Co0- W iges 4. per dr
RaW!. for the iepairs Ajid expenses on Vessels u ay
And Cargoes arvtnA k these Islands tnder With -Qarts rs on board lk. '
disasterr must xain and approved l y me Apply to Master Shipwright 'O I, L
4s to quantit"ii priie, &., and I hereby.givr Dockyard.
g of the samo so that all parties interested J. MORW B13Y
iherei, mnay govern themselves accordingly. Aeptai -t of Nawdull e Ae.
W. C. H Y L \ N I) H. M. Dokyark, 4th March: 18S1.-'3m
Sole- resident Agen of Underwriters ilA .it'ON, BERiIl.tA
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, ... Maci 8TH, 1814.
Baltimore, New Orle ins, &e.
St. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881. WV. I EK,
% V V111)s tis*ay purchwed my STOCK*
Jas. A8 J d ge, 14Qen Ste, nlailton, has served nla me
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West, his apprenticeship, and worked sv..vorul years-as
Wnshington Marker, New York. Jouneymann. I highly recommend him &. asa
-good Painter, and believe he wit iive generall
The Undersigned will give Iis personal attention satisfaction to all who may favor hh? with their
to the forwarding of J.aiting.EVANS.

To the Consignment of the above-named G o d
Tm tAFirm. A od hance
The highest market rates will be obthiined and I; 01 A S tr o I? g
Account :ales returned promptly. 1 i 0 1 A
Produce bought during the .iason. T A.7 A '
STENCIL PL ITES fur,.ished. If applied for previous to the 15th of Aprill, as
J A M ES G A L the Undorsigned intends making a ehan-.e in his
9 Aest Front Street. Busines,l he wishes to sell his STOCK and
Hamilton, March 7th, 1881.-3 m FIXTUltES l the (rocery Line,
.- The Store will be rented to an approved Purt.
ro n De W inter &Posstsion given May Ist.
W Hn ir lF Al i Pr tv .t-,,--,,r Flatts, Mareh 29th, 1881.-3


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Gibbs' Hill Light Station a ermuu4a, betwon lthe 1
3rid and 10th April l: he|etaborv the s'fa where Easter Termn 188.1-CrIminal Sessions. -
the Register is keolbeing ~ fee- 5- Am, 188. l
n raPIL, 1881. ;
Dat Isaac Cochrane, a private of the 86th Regimeit, la
1881 a N was indicted for bestiality. The prisoner pleaded t
0 :, 0 a. 3 ,.not guilty." He. urgId in excuse for hi s crime
April U General Remark4i. tba It, wai committed whon he was 'so infbiieatci a
0 ,t .5.5 as not to bb responsible for his acts, but in sum- o
Noon 5u 5 : ing up the case to the Jury lis Honor the Chief
z -_*- 3Wgstice t61 them lthiatwhen a iman ecame drunk
4 wsw 6 66 62 29"670 ,004 Fine, cloudy by his own voluntary act, and in that state corn- t
5 w 6 62 61L. 29.580*0.19 Cold, cloudy, hazy mitted a crime, his drunkenness, so far from being. t'
. i;. w I '- 58 29-6100-"11 Fine, cold, cloudy an excuse in the eye of the law, was rather an ag. 0
7 WNW 659 58 29-700O11 0" gravation of the offence. The prisoner was con-
8- WNW 361 59 29-87010.00 Fine victed and sentenced to twelve months' imprison- ti
S sw 6 66 2962000 Fine, hy prisonme....nt with hard labour.
0 w 467 65 2963 7 6TIH APRIL,- l88l. -i
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. Samuel Macdonald was charged with a felonious .s
.., assault~on Henry Jame.. The -prisoner on being e
S" arraigned said "Guilty, but I did it in self-de- w
$ 'lU' i4 A'JOU~l t. guilty" to be entire. s
A row had occurred between the prosecutor and the d
t'l il 1, 18 i prisoner at a liquor store at the Flatts in December w
miont epr if12 4 1"81. last. The prosecutor had aggravated the prison-
an very much and had struck him first, and the pris- i
CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON. owner had, then according to the evidence for the n
ENTERED. prosecution, taken up a large stone jug and broken w
April 5-Schr. Annie Lee, Look, New York; as- it over the prosecutor's head, causing a somewhat a
sorted cargo to John F. Burrows. dangerous wound and had subsequently broken a c
S. S. Crosby, Evans, from sea; iron ore and fruit.- small bottle of gin over his head. The prisoner s
Agents, N. T. Butterfield & Son.. "' I who very ably'defended himself, denied that he I
6-S., 8. Olympia, CraiX. Gibraltar; 60 tons marble had broken the jug or bottle on the prosecutor's e
700 tons straw goods, 5000 boxes fruit, 50 tons bal- head, but said the jug had been broken by striking t
last, and 582pacsseugers. the counter, and the bottle by falling on the floor. (
8-Schr. Leonora, Bonsey, New York; assorted cargo He pleaded the great aggravation he had received
Sto S. S. Inigham. and hoped the jury would deal leniently with his t
CLEARED, offence. a
April 4-S. S. Deronda, Kemmerley, Philadelphia. He was convicted of "unlawfully wounding t
6-S. 8. Olympia, Craig, New Yozk; inward cargo and was sentenced on the following day to two
ma0be, &o. months' imprisonment with hard labour, he having
8--Schr. Kestrel, Wharton, Boston 1881bxra. onions. already been four months in gaol awaiting trial,
9-Selr. N. E. J Symoidb, Keene, Net-. Yoflt; 2,992 the Court considering that the great amount of
boxes onions and 125 boxes tomatoes, aggravation he had received should be taken into I
.USTOM HOUSE ST. GEORGE consideration in awarding., the punishment, al- I
ENTERED though it was no excuse whatever for the crime.
April 8-Barqne Congon, Jobson, River Plate; in dis- though it was no excuse whatever for the crime.
tress; bones and bone dust.-Agents, W. C. Hyland 7TH APRIL, 1881.
and Co. Walter Foster, alias Walter Stowe, was arraign-
Brig Dana, Frucehen, Batavia; in distress; sugar, ed on an indictment for embezzlement, there being
gum daman and rattans, three counts for three separate offences within six
Soir. W. T. Green, Tracy, Saniana Bay; in distress; months of each other. The prisoner pleaded not
guano.--Agents W. C. Hyland & Co. guilty," and was defended by Mr. R. D. Darrell.
SCLEARED. The prisoner -was in the service of Mr. W. R.
April 8-Ship Nevada, Kruger, Bremer Haven; in- Higinbotham, of St. George's, and was employed
ward cargo petroleum, by him to make and deliver soda water. He was
Arrived April 5-Barane itidas, Capt; McKenzie, authorized to receive money from Mr. Virtue, of
70 days 'f1;on iaye, France,' in ballast; anchored in the Globe Hotel, who was a cash customer. Soda
Five Fatliomni Hole, in want ot provisions.-Agonts, water was supplied to Mr. Virtue at different
J. Darrell times, and after some months Mr. Higinbotham,
oGrmair Brig Diana, Friuchs, from Botavia, bound not receiving any money, rendered him a bill by
to New York, out 120 days ; leaking hull badly strain- the prisoner. Hearing nothing of this, two more
ed, lost sails,-&e.--Captain waits instructions. bills were sent in the same way, and subsequently
Brig Florence, Cap. Flynn, from Cedar Keys, out a fourth by a mutual friend, in consequence of
21 days. bound to New York with lumber, anchored in which inquiries were made, which resulted in the
Five Fathom Hole, with loss of sails ec.-Agents, W. resent charge. Mr. Virtue proved that on 11th
G. Hyland & Co. arge. Mr. Virtue proved that on llth
April8-Barque Plevna, McPherson. from Tralee, November last he paid prisoner 36/, on 4th Decem-
Ireland,- bound to Baltimore, out 66 days; wanting ber about 9/, and on 15th December 15/. Mr.
provisions ; having obtained which proceeded on her Higinbotham proved that he had not received either
voyage same day.--Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co. of those,.am6unts.
Iprque Congon," Capt. Jobson, from Rio de Plata At the conclusion of the case for the prosecution
bqutd tod Battimoire, with bone dust; leaking; hull Mr. Darrell submitted that there was no case for
badly strained, lost sails &c., &e.-Agents, W. C. Hy- the Jury, as it was not proved that the money was
land & Co. received by the prisoner by virtue of his employment.
ApriT 9.-Schr. W. F. Green, Capt. Tracey from I Mr. Virtue and Mr. Higinbotham were recalled
Savanna Bay, boqgd to New York, out 17 days with by the Court, and the latter stated that the pri-
ito ki t"u t gogsoner had authority from him to receive from Mr.
lan ha&borJ t sai spars &.-AgntsWa Hy Virtue at any time money for soda water.
Sp ok' r i of I on the 4th After some further argument the Chief Justice
i .nst. 1 16eh ndot,1es6eIslandot qe 4th delivered the opinion of the Court as follows:-
CharletI m nin T ett, Ba, q We think the prisoner did receive the money by
Cbarle X*W1*!'aoraupan, bound to Boston, with salt; o his epomn.'"
out fif ds. Re-orts fine weather nd all well. virtue of his employment."
Desiredo b 'b-orted I Mr. Darrell then addressed the Jury, and con-
The 'i ,". Orinoeo" bel to the Qu tended that they could not find a verdict of guil-
bee St pTafi l onpany, was adverisied to lete New ty" on such flimsy testimony as had been adduced
York firAt'# da on Thursday next lhe 14th inst. before them.
H T arived on t ma. The Attorney General replied, and the Chief
and H. &idiwte probjly leav6 ,. to Nomaia Justice summed up the case to the Jury, who, after
on 13t1I0W. in t,. twenty minutes' deliberation, returned a verdict of
!I'..-.. "guilty."
THE-a .'.nORH )AIL TBZA -- -to sunset When the prisoner was called upon in the usual
last evli f hontiiofiNhu 'l- way, Mr. Darrell, his Counsel, moved an arrest of
There 1t; pert ant Bt er s na in 1S. E. judgment on the ground that the Indictment was
about, sternr wh h.ass lH t to be not in accordance with the statue, as it did not
the ug. At Stnb North allege the money to have been received by the pri-
East, led a Hea ri sooner by virtue of hia employment, which was a ma.
S ': teridl averment. After some argument the judg-
BERMUDA iROWING CL ment was arrested,
BRMU ROWNGThe Court ordered the Grand Jury to be sum-
The annual races At the above Club took place, moned for Saturday in order that a fresh Indict-
over-the nusal mile course, on the evening el Pr1. ment might be.preferred.
day t.', Perient Thwaites Trott was arraigned on an In-
S' FIRST HEAT. dictment for an assault occasioning actual bodily
E. Walktar, F. L. Godel, J. E. Lightbourn, W. A. harxi. ,Hepleaded" not guilty."
Masters (Stroke), S. Walker (Cox.) The prosecutor, Elias Trott, (who there was rea-
C. S. Higgs, Cecil H. Tucker, J. M. Godet, R. 0. son to believe was keeping out of the way), was
Yearsley"(@troke),' b..-Y rsaey' (Cox.) then called by the Crier three times. Not answer-
Sing, he was called by the Prothonotary three times
These two Crews kept well together for the first on his recognizance, and the Attorney General then
halfmle but the superor weigr ofMaster 's crea t moved that his recognizance be estreated. The
enabled them torow their oppent down and to chief Justice-" Let itbe so." The Attorney General
win easily by about two lengths. -" I move that a Bench Warrant issue for the ar-
SECOND HEAT. restpfElias Trott." The Chief Justice-" Let tissue
H.Masters,. H. Zuill, T.W. Hunt, J. C. Watling- immediately." '
ton.(Stroke),. S. Walker (Cox.) The prisoner was required& to find bail for his
G. Simpson, D. E. Seon, N. Hutchings W. appearance, which he did.
Cooper (Stoke), R. Darrell -(Cox.) o prisoners-John Mills 8THAPRI' 1881.
Cooper's Crew rowing a faster stroke than their Two pisdborerpledednotl and William Elis-
opponents went immediately to the front, and off who had before pleaded not guilty to anIndict-
the Coal Sheds were leaiing by about hamls length; ment charging them with shopbreaking and larce-

o t d Watnt's m slow Mr. C. E. Jackson was Counsel for the prisoners.
to te w san dilyWahngto sid men rowing al sower The Court sentenced them each to three months'
ws conte sted race byae auta le ntually won a imprisonment with hard labour.
The final heat between the winners of the 1st 9THa APmIL, 1881.
and 2nd heat will take place, we hear, on firat fair His Honor the Chief Justice,, on taking his seat
day and'a close contest may be expected, on the Bench, announced that, one of the Assistant
Justices being ill, and the other unable to attend
S: on account'of the serious illness of a member of
j* Sin AcoIDENT.-Frank Silva, a native- of Por- his family, he was obliged to hold the Court alone.
tugal, a farmer, residing near the Lunatic Asylum, The Grand Jury being in attendance, the new
in Devonshire Parish, was amusing himself on Bill against Walter Foster, alias Walter Stowe,
Tuesday evening last by firing a rather old musket, was laid before them and found a True Bill.
He had discharged it once and in preparing for a A Jury was empanelled to try Perient Thwaites
second shot he increased the load considerably, and Trott, Elias Trott, the prosecutor, having delivered

holding the musket in the customary way, drew himself up to the Provost Marshal General.
the trigger, and the barrel immediately over his The prosecutor and the prisoner were brothers,
left hand, about two inches from the look, burst I and had had a. row at Smith's Island on the 20th
and tore the upper part of the thumb of his left hand Nqvember last; during which the prosecutor re-
quite off and drove it fully an inch into the stone ce'ved a blow on the head with a hammer. Elias
wall of the porch of'the house, close to which he Trott's evidence went to show that his brother had
was laying; the first bone of the thumb was left attacked him in the first instance and struck him
hanging on the wrist, and -the lesser bone of the the blow which was the subject of the indictment.
forearm laid bare. Silva was laying on his back The only other witness for the prosecution was Dr.
and holding the gun upwards; had he been in a Murray, who proved the nature of the injuries re-
sitting or standing position when the gun exploded ceived by the prosecutor.
he would, doubtless, have been killed, as a piece of At the conclusion of the prosecution Mr. Regin-
the bariel,'about 5 inches in length, twisted into ald Gray, Counsel for the prisoner, proposed to
somewhat the shape of a horse shoe, was driven put in the prisoner's statement, and' asked the
quite five inches into the stone wall immediately opinion of the Court as to what form it would be
over his head. The gun is rent asunder fully six received in, whether by the prisoner himself mak-
inches from the breach, and thrown-open nearly ing a verbal statement, or by his Counsel making
thre'4thdt4ac~ split i"iiecet kndthe end ofthe it for him. After some argument the Chief- Jus-
ramnod driven out to the upper part. Dr. Bascome tice allowed the statement made by the prisoner
was sent for nd'reached .-lMe fjttet about an hour before the.Magistrate to be read by the Prothono-
after the acci4ecl. He amputated the thumb and tary, and Mr. Reginald Gray afterwards addressed
then- dressed' th6 wound. We are assured by a the Jury.
competent judge of such things, who examined the The Attorney General replied, and the Chief
gqyj.that tloe l%'rel vat- in, o -way. defective, that Justice then intimated, as it was nearly half-past
the bursting was owing entirely to an overcharge one he proposed to postpone his summing up until
or careless Joading. We must again caution per- Monday morning.
sons against using.old firearms, as in a climate like 11TH APRIL, 1881.
ourt, the rdst in 'the barrel soon renders them un- The Chief Justice summed up the evidence in the
safe. Silva is getting on well, case against Perient Thwaites Trott, and the Jury

toer dclibeoratingf for .20 minutes, returned a veor-. Pol. broke. Puarislh Servie in IHoly
ict of "not guilty." .' Week.
Walter Foster, alias Walter Stowe, was indicted p ranrsu Cnuoac.-Wednesday, 10 a.m. Good'
or embezzlement. The evidence Pwas nearly the Fri i,, 11 a.m. Easter Day, Holy Communion 9
amo as that given on the first trial on Thursday; Evening Prayer and Sermon 4 p.m.
ast, and the prisoner was convicted and sentenced TRlITrY CnizH.- Daily 10 a.m. (except on
o nine months' imprisonment with hard labour. Thursday and Good Friday), Morning Praye and
SThere being ;one more case n or trial, the Court Aite-Communon. uDaily 7'30 p.m., Evening Pray-
djournod until this (Tuesday) morning, at 10 er and short address. Thursday, Holy Communion
)'clock. 8 a.m. Good Friday. 9 a.m.. Litany and Ante-

A whirlwind of considerable force passed from West
o East over a portion of these Islands on Sunday af-
Lerioon last. It commenced seemingly near the West-
rn shore of Port Royal, passing over Marshal's,
'orts' and Hinson's Islands, down the Southern por-
ion of the Harbour of Hamilton, where the waters for
short time stood on a foamed, heap, an unusual sight,
nd thence alpng the. B6Sth road'of Devonshire, where
t passed from the land to the sea, just East of Devon-
hire Bay, where its further progress was marked some
6nsiderable distance by an immense volume of water
which it drew up high into the air.
It was accompanied by. a whirling, indescribable
found and a reflected light. 'In its onward course it
id mischief to several tenements on the Islands, west-
ward of Timlin's Narrows, nearly opposite which Mr.
linson's House on Hinson's Island, is partially un-
lated. It took the batches off the decks of two boats
n the harbour and whirled them high into the air, and
nearly capsized a third beat. A portion of the roof
ras lifted off the bathing house of Chas. Gosling, Esq.,
and carried a considerable distance into a banana en-
losure of the Honorable Samuel S. Ingham. It next
struck the verandah at Inglefield, thd residence of the
Honorable James H. Trimingham, and lifted a consid-
erable number of slate. A small cottage belonging to
hat Gentleman was unroofed. It then passed on to
Camden, the residence of Thomas F. J. Tucker, Esqr.,
where several cedar trees were uprooted, and in a quar-
ter east of Camden, trees on Danl. Trimingham's, Esq.,
and Hon. Joseph H. Harvey's land were uprooted and
some broken short off-one said to be 18 inches in
thickness was wrenched off at about 6 feet from the
ground. Miss Jones verandah partially unslated, Mr.
Julian Tucker's stable unroofed; Captain J. W.
Snith's house partially unroofed,
In the morning there prevailed almost a calm, what
little wind there was being S. E., with a dim mitty
haze dissipating towards noon and in the afternoon
about five o'clock the wind freshened to South West,
when the squall set in, that peculiar lurid brightness
was observable which seemed rather to indicate the
electric character of the disturbance.

tW The Musical% and Literary Entertainment
held in Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening last
by the young Ladies and Gentleman of this Town,
Was a complete success. The Hall was crowded,
many having to leave without being able to obtain
The whole programme was well carried out both
in the musical and literary departments. The
applause with which each part of the performance
was greeted testified to the appreciation of the
Too much cannot be said in commendation of
this Entertainment, both as a means of pleasure to
the public and of improvement to the young people
who took part. The net proceeds, amounting to
21 12/, are in aid of the building fund of the new
Methodist Church in this Town.
We take pleasure in calling attention to an ad-
vertisement in to-day's issue which provides for an
entertainment of a similar character, and bespeak
for it a liberal patronage.

The Wallacks.
These entertaining and popular artists finished
their short season of four nights at the Mechanics'
Hall, in this Town last evening, having been most
successful. The Troupe have delighted their au-
diences, which have been very appreciative and com-
posed of some of the best families and 61ite of the
community. We have been favored with an entire
change of programme at'each entertainment. Fan-
nie Wallack is without doubt the most accomplished
vocalist that has paid our Island a visit; she is
young, beautiful, and a gifted actress, sustaining
all the rOles allotted to her with artistic exactness
and Wonderful talent., Watty Wallack is an actor
-and that is all we need say; his popularity was
won years ago, and he well sustains it. Rider is
everything that can be desired, and this elegant
little Tripologue Troupe could not be complete
without his admirable impersonations.
The Wallacks will appear at the Theatre Royal,
Ireland Island, to-morrow (Wednesday) the 13th
instant, under the special patronage of Admiral
Sir F. L. McClintock. We believe the Admiral
was pleased to sanction and patronise Mr. Wallack's
entertainments on board H. M. S. "Aboukir," 13
years ago, at Port Royal, Jamaica. We have no
doubt there will be a large muster to witness the
performance at Ireland Island. The Troupe after-
wards are to appear at Bailey's Bay and at St.
George's, with the intention of revisiting Hamiltor
prior to their final departure from the Islands. We
heartily join with our people in wishing this wor-
thy company a brilliant success in their future un.
dertakings. .

We hear that Bermuda intends launching into
numerous gaieties after its "Lenten" retirement. Al.
ready invitations have been issued by Lady Laffan
to "At Homes" (dancing) at Mount Langton or
April 20th, 27th, and May 4th, and Cards have
been sent out to a dance at the Prospect Theatre by
the District Commissary General and the Officoet
of the Commissariat Staff, for the 21st instant
(on each occasion the "String Band" of the 86t6
Regiment will (by kind permission of Lt.-Col
Adams and Officers) be in attendance.
The Officers and Ladies of the Garrison likewise
intend giving Theatrical Performances in the Thea
tre at Prospect towards the'end of the month
under the able superintendence of their energetic
Manager, Mr. Randall (D. C. G.), due notice o
which will appear in this Gazette.

SMITH'S, 11TE Ap'r, 1881.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEAR Srn,-A tornado, or whirlwind, of uuusua
violence passed over the South side last evening be
tween 5 and 6 o'clock. About an hour previous
I was on the Bay, where a boat was hauled up, sit
ting on her keel and chocked up. An hour after
again went on the Bay, 'and found', the boat re
moved from her place about twenty-five feet, an
all her gear scattered about in different directions
Whether the wind took her on the broadside amn
rolled her over and over, or took her under th
stern and over> ended her, I am not prepared ti
to say, but I am inclined to the latter, as there wa
a hole in the soil, and her stem full of re
earth. The weight of the boat is about 600 lbs
Anyone unacquainted with what force the wine
can blow, can see it in the position that boat is in
safely landed in a bed of pear-bushes.
Yours respectfully,

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
SIr,-Please allow me space in your extensively
circulated Journal to enquire when may it be the
we Will be' favoured with the long promised roa
leading from the North Shore* across Pembrokl
Marsh ? What an accommodation it would be now
it being harvest time. We are honest taxpayer
the same as those in the district- of Clarence Hi
Road. If I mistake, not Bills for the opening c
both roads were passed about the same time
Please not let the tender leaves of hope, which w
thought before this would have blossomed, die before
they ripen.. Yours truly,

Pembroke, April 4th, 1881.


Communion; 7'30 p.m.,.EEvening Prayer, Sermon
by Rev. J. C. L. Jones, Easter Day, Full Service
with Celebration, 11 a.m.; 7'30 p.m. Evening Pray-
er and Sermon.

A whirlwind passed through South Down Farm,
between 4 and 5 am. on Tuesday last, uprooting sever-
al tiees at the back of W. A. Masters, Esq's. residence ;
blowing outhouse to pieces; shaking his residence so
severely-as to cause a portion of the ceiling in three of
the rooms, to fall, injuring his cattle shed seriously.
The whirlwind passed to the Eastward, uprooting cedar
and oleander trees; breaking off cedar trees-six or
eight inches in diameter, and from 4 to 8 feet above

12th April, 1881.
To the Editor'of the Royal Gazette. /
DEAR SIR.-Duiring a very long experience of the
Atmospheric Phenomena occurring in these Islands,
I have never before witnessed anything so suddenly
terrific and at the same time uniquely grand and
awe striking as that I was an eye witness to, at
about a quarter to six last evening, whilst visiting
at a house in Devonshire, about half a mile on the
South road, east of that of Thos. F. Tucker,
Esqr., and but a short distance from it and the
cross road intersecting from the North. It was
preceded by strange noise, a heavy fall of rain and
a great rush of wind directly from the west, alarm-
ing all within the house. My son having accom-
panied me, with great presence of mind had put
my horse and carriage under the lee of the house
and covered them up, but a few minutes afterwards,
the force of the wind became double, striking the
house with great' violence and lifting the car-
riage sufficiently high to receive a blind torn from
the window, and simultaneously driven under it
so as to keep it there until we came and prevented
its toppling over and the affrighted horse from
running off.
After seeing our friends recovered from the
shock of so sudden an alarm, we continued our
journey along the south road and soon saw ample
proof enough of the frightful escape we had just
made from imminent danger, and of the devastation
such a current of wind is capable of inflicting in a
few minutes, for on either side of the road, trees of
the greatest magnitude were torn up by the roots,
bringing with them rods of ground whilst others
had their trunks wrung until they resembled cor-
dage untwisted and having each strand visible.
Limbs of all dimensions strwed the road for a
short distance, but we had not proceeded far when
all traces of the passing storm were lost, and
persons coming from the east knew nothing of it.
Returning from Kuapton Hill, we on nearing
the scene just described stopped to inquire if any
thing more had occurred, than what was to be
seen along the road, when we were told of some
houses unroofed and the falling of a coach house
and stable having a horse in it, but which was not
much injured.
This sudden occurrence of such a destructful
whirlwind, after a return, apparently, of fine
weather, must have been the occasion of much
surprise to many, as there was nothing indicating
such a change, save an occasional increase of
wind during the day, and evident rarefication of
the upper strata of atmosphere, consequent upon a
continuance of southwestern breezes.
Very truly yours,

For the Royal Gazette.
The necessity there is of providing a harbour
where ships of large size may discharge and refit,
is admitted by Castle Harbour," and I have no
doubt also by all our thinking men, and although
my eyes may be dimmed by the dust from the
"Coal depot," and others by the sand from the
quarries of "Paynter's Vale," yet common sense
will teach us to seek for a solution in facts and not
in fancies.
Grassy Bay is as safe an anchorage as Castle
Harbour, and although farther from the ocean, is
o equally as accessible, for in this age of steam, sail
is little used in the navigation of narrow channels
in any part of the world, and the risk in towing,
or with a fair wind, sailing to this anchorage is
very little, while the risk attending the entering of
o Castle Harbour, (boilers or no boilers,) must always
for large ships be very great. .
Were the Great Sound rendered accessible by
deepening the Stag Channel, it would undoubtedly
be better than Castle Harbour, being free from
0 shoals and better sheltered.
The shallowness of the Stag Channel is the only
obstacle. It is true that Earl Dundonald made
some effort to deepen with only partial success,
but obstacles considered insurmountable twenty
y years ago, are thought little of by the engineers of
to day. The facility with which the berth for the
, government Dock was dredged out, shows how
easily the Stag Channel could be deepened, and
L there is no danger of its filling up again in our
almost tideless waters, else why does it not shoal
3 up now.-?
u The Imperial Government would no doubt give
material assistance to the Colony in a work thai
c would be of great benefit to the Navy, while tc
f improve the entrance to Castle Harbour, would
necessitate the building of forts to defend it it could be effectually stopped with i
few loads of Rubble.
The insinuation of the Editor of the Colonist, thai
Castle Harbour" and "Stag Channel" are apostles
1 of the gospel of cheek is clear proof that all th(
"- said apostles are not this side of the Bridge, and
Y certainly it is the first time that I have heard thai
- the St. Georgians were too modest to ask for money
I from the Public Chest.
d April 7, 1881.

A meeting in London Friday evening, led by
Mr. Parnell, resolved to constitute a national land
league of Great Britain, with Mr. Justin McCarthy
as president. It was not Intended, said Mr.
Parnell, to compete with the Home Rule Confeder-
ation, which would still remain in existence. Mr.
Parnell has issued a circular addressed to the
leading members-of the confederation asking them
to contribute funds toward its debts.
off at Liverpool on the 25th over the Grand Na.
tional Course, at Aintree.-The Emperor of Aus-
tria occupied a seat in Lord Sefton's box. The
race was won by an Irish horse, Woodbrook, Regal
second, Thornfield 3rd-Thirteen ran.
Five cargoes of Sugar, arrived at Halifax, N.S.,
on the 25th ultimo; one from Brazil the rest from
Cuba. '
There was heavy frost in NeW Orleans on' the
night of. t'he let'of April.' Early vegetables in
North Louisiana and Alabama are badly damaged
and it is feared the peach crop is entirely destroy-
GASPE, April 1.--The first boat of the season ar-
rived at Cape Rozier from Anticosti this morning.
All are well on the Island.

To the Editopr of the Royal Gazette.
'MR -ITOR,-The Colonist; comes out to-day
with a long leader upon this subject which must
excite the interest and reflection of every lover of
this country, and cause them to appreciate the im-
portance of a safe and approachable Asylum for
the numerous distressed vessels that may like to
seek it as foreshadowed in that leader, in the not
far future with reference to the onarL through the
Isthmus of Panama. From what appeared in your
last issue over the signau4r of .", Qtle arbour,"
and what appears itoViy's-~to ist over t"N'ep-
tune," I judge that the West End may settle down
upon a quietus. The storms of the past five weeks
with their serious consequences in the neighborhood
of Murray's Anchorage" should, I think, give
that also its quietus as a refuge to be relied upon,
and the Colonist's love of_ truth and modesty has
presented a single wor&in its t'avr in the above
powerful leader. But it clings firmly to improving
the channels into the Port of &t. George's. It says
"no doubt the work of: channel improvement will
prove an expensive one, and willnot be accomplished
all at once. Let us then do it by degrees, and let
us work at it. systematically. Let us spend on our
channels what we can get, add as we can get it.
As the work progresses the beneficial results will
become apparent, and will furnish a guarantee for
further expenditure." Now after what was said
the other day by your correspondent Stag Chan-
nel," and which every one who knows about the
approaches to the Port of St. George's, must admit
to be true, viz., "With regard to St. George's, to
deepen and straighten its entrance, so as to make
it available without great risk to ships drawing
much over twenty feet, would cost more than the
whole town is worth"-after this it seems to me that
the pretentious claims set up there must proceed
from practising upon the experience of Dickens"
which is quoted by the Colonist. However, let this
pass. I am rather a friend to St. George's thani an
enemy, and I cannot see that deepening the Chan-
nel to Castle Harbor can do otherwise than bene-
fit St. George's, for it will secure all the trade to
the East End. Let ships that need to be lightened
go into Castle Harbor, and discharge (as they now
do at Murray's Anchorage), until they can get
safely into St. George's. A powerful steam tug is
all that is ,wanted, with perhaps Special Bonded
Warehouses or large hulks, for the portions of car-
goes lightened. This could be done in a short time
whilst it must take many years to do the needful for
St. George's.
April 6th, 1881. MUTUAL FRIEND.


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We have been kindly favored, by the Honorable S. S.
Ingham, with New York papers of the 4tlh instant,
brought by the Schr. Leonora," to his address. ,The
L. left New York during the prevalence ot a 'N,
West west gale on the evening of the 4th and naide
ELermuda on the evening of 7th.

LONDON, April 4.-Lord Beaconsfield passed a
good night and yesterday morning his strength
was maintained. At noon be had a-return'of
spasm. He afterwards had sleep-and took nour--
Ishment, and was not materially worse than in the
morning. At one o'clock this morning Lord Bea.
consfield was enjoying a refreshing sleep. I
A Victory for the Gladstone Government-Its Afghan-
istan Policy sustained.
LONDON, March 25.,-In the House of.Commons,
to-day the Candahar debate was concluded, apnd
Mr. Stanhopes motion censuring the Government
for the evacuation of Candabar was rejected by a.
vote of 8836 to 246. The announcement of the re-'
sult was greeted with loud cheers from the Liberals
The Mansion House Plot-A Suspected Conspiratoqr
Boundfor New York.'.. 1
LONDON, March 26.-An attempt was to -be made
last night to intercept the Anchor Line steamer
Australia, which sailed hence on fThursday for
New York, and is supposed ,tocarry Colemsn, one
of the men suspected of being concerned in the
Mansion House outrage. An inspector 4f polics
and a constable left Falmouth. last night in a tag
to await the Australian off'the IEzard, where she
was expected at midnight.
DUBLIN, April 3.-Details of yesterday'. fatal
encounter between the people and policeat Clogber,
near Ballaghadereen, in Contty. Mayo, have been.
received. A large body of polieQ went to protect a
process server in the service of 'wriLt on
of Mr. Arthur French. A crowt& of country people
made a fierce attack on the constabulary, who were
ordered to fire on them. The volley taok;feindful
effect. Two men were shot dead, four or five were
severely injured and about thirty others-, were
wounded. .
An attempt has been made. to assassinate the
Russian Governor of Baku.
The trial of the assassins of the Czar have com-
menced on the 30th ultimo. It has been decided
to proceed against the woman Sophie Pieoffaky
The Czar has replied in very friendly terms to'
the letter of condolence -from-athe Swiss Federal
Council. The Government have instituted prb-
ceedings against the St. Petersburg aasette aud the
Vedomosti .
It is claimed on the part.of France that private
letters of Lord Salisbury support the construction
of, his note, which he now rejects implying a pledge
that England would not object to,thie acquisition
of Tunis by France. .
Mr. Gladstone testified- Friday, in the Lawj6n-
Labouchere libel suit that the account.wlhichAip-
peared in the Dasly Telegraph of what passed be.-
tween himself and Negroponte was altogether fatse.'
He had hoped to receive some explanatiopor apol.
ogy from Mr. Lawson, but did not receive any
frank statement.



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of w atwt lto rinm of Mahogany and other TABLES
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d fte It dile ofold cauetat 1 REFRIGERATOR PERAMBULATOR
the'a irA*.da. ashor T heref aong Rival T. Kitchen AUtensils

nquiries at Ci -j ,a mil e1r9mJ h to-day ii ..1...,f12 x. : 16, ;. ..
th te'teV1yI b. SIsfr itlletehp'paray SomeEoetehCOAL
for he g~l* rey BAnd ithey other Articles that will appear ,

Sh a maure Beekra ee By l Anuc1oneer8.
KerIo Hiamitmon., April 12th, 188 1.3
m11 t1eeD aTJeoo.- Tour bodies WfAAPPTr PAP
Rb letd7~bie v ashore. Therebwee many AlE W ADVERTZER will probably wa,
Inqn ad t Chl. awjit a eat amrymierminjtb to-day about t. .2l Ax i,

lol.,e s o r ,k rthwesla r i an1.
fbe bq, w o :, ho ,ay a ta6 ,or

lpo t ilt Ip 10 per. lrn Reoal and tokg, B5 the app ant live very fa off arrangements can7.
er BI f7 conftiperto. show
a~sa yareaps, o miatr or e nTROTT a- COX.
84 1iS< ,mfe. 3BrtEu omB, ry .'rb, n .. "
S1 i A N.tberoA deoinitauswer twicll e p on
1owce49O E :IfiCTbo10. rc 81,%9 ,0 .

167 .M. to i .;; t| |oep y apfl .
gMas JII April ?r.c akid to o
-Ster.- P-. Pra a netnt P i .- OO. ,
Hvb re.wnrl f'HIE ri ADVERTIZ veR will probably want,
In 4de~t a- eq trr4.cod,Uyto run I about the 20th A'pril,
at forlhoh | of a ta 1tio~p&I and a T M, 1 .a .
co0041ittop modret, e Northwest.1 i Ln MR
0 at Montreal.Thea rtoreBrbout4 es rom Iaumon.-
mhl;pjdc~nf'qjt0 tbluort, TonnaieItdues will 1 (t" One whfo Ba some knowledge of the
be medw .8yjir:nt. >b& Reciaodi6nfon general lty Good businesS will be preferred. Should
Impoats #1to -'.li j coal and (eL*, 25 the applicant live very far off arrangements can
e t. l aiaexporl..." 18 per ce. n be ad for Board, within five'apin teERM UDAlk
. a ,. r i;a. llH around, a .will the Store. ,
F 5' *h ylo cap 1aco ordingr to nltr teneE n Apply ha t oneo to f nae tteiO awce here full
frost t Ba,-Mve been established by i de ;nfornatncai be gained. -
Le.l Dgl' ue0rl1' ,.tlbfrel rty aY*p Ue Amt-l l,481. ..- .
J r- N.B.-A definite answer will be &6,n QB 16th
A ,'u.y a ,o P .vbea. wn'yA. 41e i.Oappl.

n$ 111II n. .;....O TIE TO GROWERS A.ND

.. . ,.. ... .. i Bo "rm tO& NIi.fao .
co oB FA 6a 11'o" AllL ur u.Ur dUgrSgted will give thdir erunatlat-
te*61 denn-rdtfih i t forzvardinA-tiftREREiRDA
U P3 sm. DUGEt., a OpBjsigiuoep tof,
W t 10. K. B ry of Brmud, lSSr. tJohn Vi 4 Co.
OF`NEW 0 a
*DIi ^"Em st. o63irlads evAii _& 'co6nhig 1pfw,
-Vchar&s for l__ st of l~fciftanree for neLt

On. Thur aty nest,

14th instant, a~ 12 o'clock M.,
1-00 Q "Q i-
25 Bli. Bright, Grocery 'SUGAR : -
20 Tubs New York Family:BUTTER
30 10 Lb. and 5'Lb. Tins l4y-mily BUTTER-
50 Reams Tomat6 Wrapping -PAPER
20 Boxes Layer RAISINS : ;
10 Half Boxes Black TOBACOG, 12'-
5 Half-Chests Solong TEA ';,-
10 Cases 1 Lb. Tins LQBBTEB
10 Boxes Colgates STARCH *:
5 Do.-. Do. -SOAt' .
10 cases Astral OIL ,i -Cases MATCHES
10 Half -Chests Best "BA
10 Drums Halifax OODFISH ..
5 Els. Hake FISH .
3 Half Barrels No. 1 Piekled I-ERRINGS,
1000 ,Clan' Jamaica ,COgQAl.'9I
5 Bags PIMENTO :
5 Bls. Pilot BREAD ) : .' .' -' "'
3 Hhds. ALE and-PORTER
10,000 Tomato LATH8 I -. -
1000 Feet Blasting SE .
1 Corn MILL ,
I CARRIAG,;;of6at 4 persons.
DR^ c !IbAFT =:. :

1 Shifting Seat BU GY

Z Mileh COW.
And iny othor odods that will pp at
the Sale. ,
.B.W -. LM&ER.& .gQ.
Hamilton, April 11, 18 .

The Undersigned6 has been favored


The 21st inst., at 12 o'cloek, doon,
At the residue of MRS. NOv4' on the Cut
Road, who is -bout leaving. se Islands,

I; n part consisting of: ,
Very -superior .' -. -...-: .
LAMPS .-. :
Dining oQom TABJ3 Eand CAI ...
Small Dinner SFRVICE, complete
Tea and' offee SETS
Mosquitq.C.RTAIN ... -
Looking GLASES .01F4 : .. --.: "
Chests of DRAWERS ..
1 Harmoniumn ... ,. :-
Sewing MACIHINE ,.,oerosen nTOVE .:
*Er.*i i_. TrTMVi.QT

OVrddwMI IL& hi t. kshg .m ilim proeqds will hive,.to-'aboitiie: ]by thu O ner of
;Ithe Goods. -'
~~~~-'rho highest Mar1~et Rates will be obv~tained -T. Q RTk.'
Mar&t after a brief jillness, HoqoRAi H.. 'JJAAxwD.,1 and Account Salks returned prom ptly. St. Goo x-gals, A~ril -9,. 1881
i* f4~thQ-Atk 1lpaafdW4H~yvwOI. i 611 S7 All P' iigesef Produre'mp~t be-jvrked with --
rE vtjion twoid- qq o~om ithe Initjialsandurnam nfill of, eOwner'
tO~~~ jI95t~o to comply vithfthe new Law.-. DP o
,a J. Prname :rVaK;r JJryrer
J.AI, M T. DARRELL OVtYiur t'tn
108 r W~eb- -th 5e .~rt4 Hamilton,' Dormiada, 0
Fey2T' I ma'-,-OFIE No. 9; West' Fron(: $t.

7~Fi~7 ~() 4. N tice'to the>Pubic.Above ~tqie Q( Q., T, CQpenyE~ssqr.
.1Il~ ~ ~ 7t~ -' -Residenc-e (Har I 'lace,
1N#:bay~ng~h ~ 4118 attention Qebee S.eams dps H itfl 1b. ;
Dutch Schoo"rAe4t"it r.e440ct- Ln hvgbe 4an~~vau fi ours 10 tO,12, 2. tq 5

V,$t tboo
m-. ou ,'

Notice~o'idIm~porte'i'S from

v ine aormuua vrU es, anum.,eact- aluuiiuy of
the climate ,of the itn o the groih 'of the Will visit ST.' GO'RvG E'$ prtfessidnally on
"'Lisbom or Siciliari -qfrio," they, 'opinig to Saturdays.
assist In the produotioi.f a large fttroreource Offioe at- McCallan & C | |
of freight, beg 'to; 9ffer to' Transpatl free of ..
charge during 1881,'all boxescontalniag young '" a
Orange and Letop 7Trees.,-. N oic1 0 O Parn rI ,s:
S, Mnag ueb ad New York. T
A. E,OUTERBRiSGE, &"ro. + hi'tentJ[ nnito l .,
A. A- is e on
A-venfmts.New VYork-'

jL A i'' ippe S. ; TROTT x& X
1N' E ^YMfIN Agents,.- I
E. %YMONI t$3 Ieby.:19, 1881 .,--663p.
i ,':_ ,. "
Will leve New v ork fo f s Port imnmediatly For Rent.
after arrival ex S. F ough" on th .
, ****: A Carriage ou
40 Cents w IyAil and Stable.
+, .i.^ enl 1-fli640 oKOil "Lu I iauit;.
Si rjlP y for'A d Apply on the Premises.
lEngagPmiatet. Lia( kr Faighi opei at oaur Ston'e eh,, THatiftlon, April 9, 1881.-2
Office mt p, ::- E .: :-
W dnesday4 3thiinst;l O S LE,
h.. Y''9 I: '.A G
An. 1 4DAttrLtroignid ell made,)


bus ivwnes ip

Ada., Bev -nuSasWA. P.- rd~



..... ":.(Nearly new,) : .
.' "', ,And adWllh bred ..

' pply to -Asbistanit Commisary General
St. Gere's, 9th Aprit, 1831," ''Trpennizig & Mapes,
344 W iugton Street,
-i. to ;.
Messrs. coyert & Sandfordi,
187, Reade St., New Yor'k, '
April 12th, 1891:.-tf -

Notice to S 1Pptrs.

STIPHE. Undexsigned having beep ,apgRq|1
AGEfNT at.Bermuda by ROB FtTl (I
EE &.CO., 48, Leadenhiall Street, 1,on4 t
for.the Shipment of BERMUDA P(Or)D,UCF4
hgtqffe.r his Services to Earmaersand others.
desirous of Shipping to the LondonMlarket. ,
I lrorunit ju'triis of Sales Guar4nt*.
At 3. F. COOPEiRS,
I "'1 FlOeNT STREET. /
Hamilton, Feby. lst, 1881.-3p tf


THE ANNUAL SP Sof this S o:.l will
Sboe "beld at T1UO IS FIELDI(placed
at the dislosdl of thb(-IP the "Imnesp of
the Owaer. T. F. J. A .I i .. B P..1

"' ^C6rmmenot at~biR) A.M. I
71 ST PL HA :
Will tae p-lace, boferi n of His'Excel-
lency ter'eovernoiitl ROKI ARSH,
On .Tuesda l il-19.
First- &ace-to 1 ar &turf 4- "aw '.
LADY'LAFFAN htas- kindly consented to dis-
tribute' Mae Prizes,' t s ti-
toridah the 6oneluisioa e e i
April -11, 14MI.,

S, u ,

4i- +', -." t' p. r;.'1 '

On TuesdayV Ev g.,
19th.AlIst"il, '- :;
P P6 Mfi,Choruses, &6. Suging by
-MISS IODR, 'o New Yoi'k. .. '
Readings and.Recit-tions by several Ladies
:and Getemen .
A, Rare T-reat mtay be anticipatad.-
Doors operiat 7*SO. Entertainment o comu-
mence at 8 p.m. "
Tickets to be li'd at the "Royal Gazette"
,Stationery Store, .where a plan of. the Hall
may be-saen,; .-
* Tickets at Popular Prices-1/6 Reervo'
Seats j other Sats If '
- 'Hamilton, April12, 1881.-2 3p '



The Female Eniterprising and
SHelping Soci.ety
Of B. M. E. C OUIIOH, intend holdink,.a:
NeIcktiie, E tertaini" i nt
At Odd4 FeI.Op s lall,

The 18th and 19thl Apri! -
, There will b a Supper Tabole ando. Ieh-.
ents ii variet.y.. ,Als i N ctie, Aprons, an ,
afew% 15ancy A ticlea will be6 exposed oryse ie.:
.,The Alexandrina Batid will-ba in attendatneW.
Doors open at 3 p.m. Admission 6d.
PT" bl"hir i"e cordially invited to attend.
*Purthler Ilticuta in next ioiek's 'Gazette.'
Hamilton April .II, 1881.-.pd.,
* .. :.Test.. .'.

- i '. Ir

By the Barrclat JOAd.iper lmpewa1"l loi,
:Very Cheap fbr'o safe a let. "

flamilton, 12th April, 1884.' "
.CQIO.'lO nce ,. ...

:" M one,; j
-N various sums, to be put out on.
I "safisfattory Real' Securitdbs.
S Apply to
Ilamilton, 5th A pril, 1881.-2 Sp
.Notice r. ';:

To Farmer -and Othes14 .:
Tri U 'iUndersigned'W IHe prep'tred',aa Bei,:s
to 1 forward Con'slgihments of

S TO :
Messrs. E. P.OOMIS & Co.,
And will also. purchase PRbUOCE at fu911
Oash Rates tlirougnihout ie Sas6on.
I mittoin; March 21Stf, 1881.- Sptf

In aR*hde., HWalfBhd;, and Sixth
Fiom' th]'eebrated.Brewery of.
sRM. OA'N.) DAY &-&'OEWEtYO.r,

Is now placed at prices to Cashb.pittoweO to
-'- ; :.defy Competition.
For Sale by ..
S 'ole Agent,
St,.George's, Bermuda.
Jrai-y t, 18t,-8ti.Sp '9a Ip.


'd 7a8. 1 J. ...i JUN,.*

~. ~ ,4A

cThe Underignedat ~r~is t' o .i ,i.,erb 'uA,

T ihes Undrsiged -awi tqido4,Itecetwe a

11nilerm da ro u Ini

4Ie UO S. for4" 4
highesto he D t

UNINEIDC -Vow S!N, TfoT .,

FICE HAMIL.TON;'9th r4J&111
GovgrfeO, 401-heroineE e, 1j lt~P awoi A t'fla
Richicrd D'-'1;ean, Charleii"-AlycuripJ'TTOzih'Pfbi
F 1 ~n1blMIy.o~' V~am iiVj,
Dill ~ NJ thrreli, Edward Dclk~ilu* M O
-C F Darrell, Mary U Eve, JarlooGlboati,
31aco. rs j Keon n-cdy, 'rMa~cka~y. A ni~ty A
'I bos It Paynti r,-'.k R ~ j,*
CS-Pil., J i _'ii'eaff, Jarim 'EiIb4l

TroiLUi c~k it ~ thoniPswn," 'Avw1V

qu es ot"C
13rowti1, Thonias Cliindlir, AMe~
S.Orton, VWillin I 'iam1 \chbI4 EURs *4tr*fl
1by'0* Pe!IhVi 1-! toN;tktk4Cane ViohgiW~ e
V i, ti i! I, WW36w itJ .94d'iao%* wii

VWil-be- A*ei m ryoffi&* ioup~ nosop A

For the' IM,61e~'~

`TW~oirs'lind kh~intV)itH ibe.
rin 'c'~~wrlby Ib~Onihefrleh,6
aitd~~~ witilrsst

j i)ba afforc~ad, oii &ppicittWisavAt Ue 3bIMP

4.1:. Srsa& i *bE

11 ]th-Aprlt8
'0 (ionoiss" eot)y thi~co tim a hu-A -d iltYbf'o.
AgGaze&' ft6 toku"


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IN TUI M A14i" -0

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(Fromw the Army and Navy Gazette, March 5.) l
It Is not surprising that Naval men should have
felt burl at the aspersion cast- lpon the conduct of I
thesmatl party of seamen at MNbba Hill, by the Blo d SyU ?I
special correspondent of the 8tandqrd, We have
received more thao one letter on the subject, and E4 9 ,
while every one admits the ability and energy of 8 S
the enrrespondent with the force opposite Laing's J-c
Neck, 4 is unfortunate that he should have worded a63 0
one of bis messages as to make It appear that he
attributes the rout at Majuba Hill in a great mena-
ure to the misconduct of the Naval Contingent. 3 1111s
4edesi&be ahe 94ad as staiiding firm till carr-
ed away by the flight"-that is his phras.-of the ss
68b and the Naval ,Brigade. What part the r ..,
Naval Brigade had In it will appear from facts i
rating on authority equal to his own. Not more,
N it~ outside, t ia 50 Blue-jackets 'took part ia
e adtfonf. 'Th ofller ineommand was danger.' a.' s
ously wounded ; the lieutenant was killed 16 men .- o
w' kllred, and 16 were wounded. There were
tbous 1 left atonuched. Lid any other corps on W
the ground ntffer so great a proportionate lossI 5 3
Will-Mhe .S0Visrd*s correspondent show any actionI S '
of late years in b which any British corps stood IT- -a- 0 x.)
Afteh 11 I 0ers and two-.tird of the men were A | P -a LivesI
kitleta. M ,oanlded 'What scrt of compliment is 11 m seasee r
It to the gallant 92nd to suggest that they. -wereW I 1e1 \ ue. Jtf, -
earred away by the "flight" of eighteen men of tsU L .Dropsy,
another command The facts of the case prove '. D m -eart ae,
,'at the codWutof this little band of sailors was Biliousness, Vetvow s DebiNut, etc.,
k.....iely heroic; their bravery on -leb ocasion is TN
-4l "yer by other papers, In. e"ppositioa to tohe- The stREMEDY ENOWNto &I
u nt, sad thepr nexampled loss is O O OOO Bottles
pol I edotae .exceptionally gallant "s x c 1o.
tan4 -made -by thi .al l .y. of men, who laid 27t S Stup possesse Yaried Properies.
down their lives freely discharge of their duuty It stimulates the Ptyallne la the Saiva,
on aayf disaster. Anottpoints white conr the S arch and Sugar orte
out that4he whole ooSonsi .of85 eoems and aue"". W1d and'Souring of the Roanth.e
698men, sad of these only fifty belonged to the ttm a.Cerea the aneine ~ eta en Ia.e.Of
N~vy. The staleis be taken out a Gatsing gm sIis pr vented, he ameetti or
wiF th*.. whlc could; not be got up to the 01 s- j I ets upon the lver.
oft of the bill s the probability is, therefore, that I ulate the Bow
soma. o( the orhiloatl.0 whir h started from the t Puries. !ke )Blood. .
cam were left with it. But even uppoaing they o it oumotes Diestiotn. -
were 4ot, and that the whole number took part Ina ithriin hbte lheTisood andknir a
the, aetlo., JIt 4os seem nm extraordinary thing It oas of the skin and ndues
that the alleged wavering of these few saillors sou It eaItralises the hereditsio -n t, or the
$1 to filt a forcn of ove_ 700 omoces and men blood, which generates Boro.l. Erysipela" .and all
I m f iked toos from easoned nner of lun diseases and internal humor. a
to Oe he" to spirits em. ployedinitsmanfacture, and
rgfsmats. The fact is, the seamen were cut to i can be n by the most delicate babe,or by the
pleeoe "The StMtderd* correspondent observes a~~ 0oob c mras re*w betw rotred in ammon tos
tblA tideemy could met with the bayonet, CATARRAH CURED.
a weapon wbl seames do not tarry, and with CATARRAH CURED.
whlqb. even if they haidit, tlf4i few men could Dait Sax,-I.hbv used your INDIAN BLOOD
bave done but little. The devoted gallantry shown SYRUP with great satisfaction and relief. I have
by thebBoadieau1 proved by their Let of casual- been afflicted with catarrah for a long time, could
tdi Oit the quetew us to the steagth of the get no relief, until I commenced uaqpg the BLOOD
INaval Conutinn eotfcomI before ftel -ouse of SYRUP. I w s about to give it up because imme.
Com e,0o Thurndy,t Se"retary -of the Ad- diately after taking it made me dizzy and feel badly,
aUhl, tted, that an o.Ple telwegwm had been re- but on consulting a physician was informed that it
ee"lvd tfting that the lm suAl#ed wan Lieut. was caused by the medicine restoring my imperfect
Trowie'i;9N;.,Of the Bawic'W", nal sittef1n men circulation and acting on the diseased matter in my
killed outright, an Commaider Komilly atid also stomach, caused by thedroppings of the catarrhal
sixteen men wounded. Sixty men left tbeeansp for, matter. I invariably found, however, that this dizzy
the front, and two guns were sept .bak to tbe feeling soon passed away, my nervous system was
camp; the egnort'bellg very insufficient. The mna tranquilized, and the catarrhal poison removed by
who got for the hill could not have been many. the medicine. I have been entirely cured by your
There were tairty.four. killed ald wounded. invaluable remedy.
"'Ihaef' s n i r. Trwvelya, Is iall know Respectfully yours,
about th behbylo*of heenmlgent, and at facts, P
even so far as thby go, speak for i emsemrIe. This J. H. 8MALLWOOD,
trlto1 tle eglitslntyof the small contingent sent No. 319 West 10th st., New York City.
to m-4 Wals recblei with obse by the House6 --
and- theNavy nid4 hve no fter that the repute RHEUMATISM AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT.
lob Sei ea fAbr bravery will bhe takes away S s-I give'mny testimony with pleasure to the
tW h hotes of pecl 'oerrespe et. As ,- g y
l. s re-ars too ,ruly,, "The re- beneficial results of yoqr BLOOD PURIFIER; my.
alatM SalbthAfriqaS wars have not been kidneys were out of order, and the result was rheu-
sa iaembers1M-flaw ibrIigdes. When matism in my right knee, joint swolen twice the
all wet l-hq are negar-ar the diArlbuti m size of natural and very painful, a bottle of the large
of oSS1 *j eb -a disaiter-occurs, a miserable sie made a perfect cure. I will also say my diges-
bandfar them is blamed or t... tion bhas improved so that I can eat anything within
'' ~' ... Ireach.
"*.rBEATMENT FOR DIPHTHBRIA. No. 19 Beach-st., New York City.
Te tew York a 2 es of 150tult. says that diph. -
thorn, pbich still prevails in paid habot that city to
Sat g ext, hs been unnany malignant SICK HEADACHE AND DYSPEPSIA.
this vinter d rious methods treatment have No. 151 PnRRY-ST., New Yoax CITr.
been',pta 'e it. One sIugested by a pe D Da SIa, -Your justly celebrated INDIAN
eulyikr"aB.t ie- west i ay ptove to be of great BLOOD S YRUP has entirely cured me of Sick
dvaatlM. ,"young -n qWhose arm had been Headache and Dyspepsia, of 10 years' standing.
amputal 1dwf t acke&by the disease before the It also cured my child of Scarlet Fever, and my.
lim I'el #d d the physician observed that wife of Female complaints.
dpaiei matter appeared on the arm where it GEORGE H. REYNOLDS.
s eveed in plee of depositing itself a usual in 1-
1. th iroat ease proved to be a very mild Isaac Dahlman, Bull's Head, 24th st., (of Dabl.
tion an Brothers, dealers in horse stock), cured of
be otpoted by this strg Intimation rom Dypepsia and Indigestion of many years' standing.
nature, to whom many of his profession pay ve r Henry Dahlman, of the same firm, cured of Sore
little heed* and wheu next call to visit a diphtheriti Throat and Indigestion, after having been treated
patient blistered his chest. There most of the by physicians without beneficial effect.
deporitshowed themselv, n iepatient speedily *
recovered. Hence it iti inferred that the disorder j N TPATON WITH HEADA F
generally leet the throat on aeoount of the thin- CONSTIPATION WITH HEADAQIE.
gesa of its lining, and not because it is any part of No. 99WK*Ho -T., Cxr.
itse mrlid law to do so. When the blister breaks Sza,-Your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP has cured
the edemic, the tenderness of that portiowf the me entirely of the distress in my head, and relieved
body dw the virus in the system thither instead every difficulty of my bowels. I must say that it
of to the throat, as ordinarily. is the best medicine pbat any person can take for
: ;- 1. Eick headache.
A Cts roa SMAIw., Pox.-This loathsome ALICE REED.
disease is liable at any time to break out among us, ---
nd we'oaeea t be teo earehl, and should avail our- DYSPEPSIA.
selves of all known remedies to efeet a cure or o rIA BO Y
prevent our taking it. A correspondent of the D DAR SIR,-I used your INDIAN BLOOD SY-
&oeat (Cal.) hld gives th ollowing a e RUP for Dyspepsia (from which I suffered for five
"d.Iaarewath append jecip : which as -been ued A few dose, placed my stomach in a condition to
tO my knowledge in hundres of eases: It will p.e- digest food--theieby relieving me ofthose distre.o-
vent or eur6the. -aaI.pox, even though the pittings aug pains experienced by dyspeptics after eating-
ia1l~tig When Jeuner d covered the cow-pox sag d although it at first caused occasional dizziness
in England, the world of sleselensled an avsalanse s this quickly disappeared on my continuing its use.
of fanM on his head; but when the most scientific My digestion is now almost perfect, and I feel great.
sebhool of medicine in the world-that of Paris- ly benbftted.
ptiblibetthis receipt is a panacea for small-pox it Yours, WM. A. PIERMAN,
passed unheeded. It i unfailing as fate, and co No. 333 West 83nd st., New York City.
quere in evry"nstaaae. It eis 4etly barmlee, c
wlt taken by a -well person. It. will also cure Nsw Yoa, Feb. 3, 1880.
sndeei lever, Hemlre is the receipt as I have,. o .
andcuredmanychildren of saretfever. Hereitisa. C. Johneon, M.D.,

I have sed Uitto care the.small.pox, when learned DIAR SiR,-I take pleasure in recommending
physicians said the patient must die; Sulphate of your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP as an invaluable
gine, onegrain s fox-glove (digitalis) one grain; one. i remedy for Dyspepsia. My wife has been a suffer.
half a teaspoonful of sugar, mix with two tablespoon- er from periodical dyspeptic attacks of the most
fuli of water. When the above has been thoroughly acute nature for over 5 years._ During such attacks.
mixed add four ounceS of water. Take a teaspoon. death would almost be a relief to her. She was
tAp eyery hour. Either disease will disappear in 19 prescribed for by several doctors without effect
hoara. For a ohild smaller doses according to ae. Nothing gave he- relief until she obtained a bottle
If entries would compel physicians to se ts of your INDIAN BLOOD SYR UP. Its effects
tele would be no need o pesthouses. If you value were wonderful and she is now entirely cured. It
aov and experience, use this for that terrible isa medicine that no household should be without.
ourg -Eh-ang. P. YOUNG,
" T CiAvz-SooT6. S1OOnO MATCH.--LoNDON *No. 61 West Heus;oo-st., City.,
rebh 19.-The shooting miath bAtween Dr. Car- --
ver and V.'Scott foa parse of 600, which began BERMUDA, June 28th, 1880.
60 the 9b Ilnstant at the Aquarium, Westminster, c i
ya econladed to.nlght, and resulted in the follow- Da.ta St,-This is to certify that I have found
arg total scores :--Carver, 9,787; Scott, 9,786. moje good in your INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP than
Ovn..oADxNo Stauaa.-Loioozn, March 16.- ny Medicine that I have ever taken for Dyspepsia
re Court of Enquiry has decided that the loss of ad Indigestion. I would advise all that suffer from
the British steamer Drumduff was due to overload- it to try DR. CLARIC JOHNSON'S INDIAN
tIg. The insurance companies refuse to pay for BLOOD SYRUP. ADAMS
ether. vessel or cargo. SAML. G. ADAMS
, 8 distinct Lines of Steamers call at the Island of I
Jamaica, employing between them 58 vessels- Sole Agent for Bermuda,
atber steamers belonging to no special line also JOHN A. FOX,
eall thee Theaverage number per moth of Water reet St Gerge,,
weainernwas19 and salingv aeele 19. Water 6ret, St. George##,


I r|aHE Undersigned respectfully directs the
attention oft 1he MERtOHANTS OF,
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has Leon connected with the House of
3. g. & F. B. WThtber .& Co.,
Exporters, Importera and Manufacturers of Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Stree's,
New York City,
And during that time has attended personally to
the execution of Bermuda Orders, so that he is
practically familiar with the wants of that Island
in all that relates to Food Products and Gro-
ceries generally.
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
bher enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
With H. K. &-F P. THURBER & CO.,
New York City.
December 21, 1880.,--2,m

For fent,

In the Town of Hamilton. Apply to
Corner.Front St. and ChanceryLaneo
Ilamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.


Tes, Coffees r Sugars,
English and merican Goods,
No. 9 West FronatStreet, Hamilton.
October 26th, 1880.-,-6Sa


TpHE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are kept constantly
on hand by the Upidersigned: Any grade AMove-
ment not in St&k will be tarnished at the
Manufaetor's list price. Also; make to order
any style of Case with Crest, Monogram, '&e.,
Remember the American Watch Co. received
the Gold Medal at tholai PttaixhiMbition,
Front Street, a4milto :
oneer 16, t1878. u.o.o.

Great progree has been .made within a few
years in manufacturing food otpudas, and the
standard of qujitj bheen raised to a point far
beyond that which fomerly obtained. We claim
that this hai, to aousiderable extent, been due
to our efforts; as the Largest Mar.ufacturers and
Dealers in the 'world 'in this line, we consider it
outr interest to manufacture only Puss and WHOLE.
soum goods, and pack them in a tidy and attrac-
tire manner. Al goods bearing our name are
guaranteed to eAmf superior quality, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase price in
any case where customers have cause for dissa-
tisfaction. It is, therefore, to the interest of both
dealers and consumers to use THURBER'S
H. K. & F. B. THURBER &-CO.
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in all
varieties ot'Food Productes,
P. S.-Our goods are lor sale by most Grocers
and all will get them if requested to.4o oso,--4 m

UAVE you, tried PRIDE OF' THE
-AKI-TOHiKN: for seonring, cleaning and
polishing I It superior to 'apolio, and auseh
cheaper. .

Robt. (. Lee & Co.,
Commission Merchant,
18 Leadenhall Street,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Her-
mudian orders.
April 13, 1880. .

Horse, Garriage 4 Cart

rJHE Undersigned having resumed Business
at his old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Hamilton Hotel, takes
this method ot thanking his friends and the pub--
is generally for past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
January 6, 1879.
K your Grocer for A. E* WHY LAND'8

Ice! -Ice!! Icel !!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnisht

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any peNr
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10 .
o'clock till noon-commencitg on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 Ilbs
and upwards. [
A penny half-penny under 12 Ibs.
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March 24th, 1879.


United Slates Mail Steamners.

ARIZONA sails Tuesday April 5, at 10 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday April 12, at 3p.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday April 26, at3 p.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday May 3, at8.i. + A
A It IZONA sails Tuesday Ma 10, 4t 2 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesd Iay May ,at 8 a.mrq.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that,great comfort in
ocean travel, erferet ventilation aad ligkti.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
The U. S. Mail Steamer 'Bermuda' fiom Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New' York.
New York, March 24, 1881.

A LL who wish to have their
Kitchen Utensijs, Bath Tubs, Windows,
Brass Work, and Wood Work, clean and
Should use the Scouring, Clean-
ing and Polishing

Ask for Pride of the Kitchen' Soap
H. K. & P. B. THURBER & CO.,

I Theodore Outerbridge,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
adjo inig Ary Pay Office.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
Will Visit St. Georges Professionally
Office at Mr. GOirle Spurlings, Market Squese.
Ilamilton, November 8, 1880.

Protection against FI RE
Can be obtained from the
S. of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.'
Through the BRANCH OPFICE in these
islands a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp DuLy, a very considerable item.
It ISKS taken both on IRAL and PEasObAL
P; OPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
Hamilton, September 9t, 1858. .

IJMMEL' 01O(IO( Plt -

toani and re rht aiumg t
Ia41, a revwing aat and a pw*e. a.iijti
Foe warm climates iu-is mBvalee a.. ;* .:' -,.
WATERt '.::. ..Il
COLOrNf4 .' ; .. :.:- '
W A T E R ; : ... ." ," ,'' "' ": I ; . 3 .C tlU and or fra-
tant Perfumes .. .. .L
gives the hair a beatiO.. a gs *d4 at *
ageeabl coolness 4 9 14 ea, L 'j
ALMOND, LETTUCE,- CO AlT, and other
Toilet Soaps in bu tar L oT '
boxes, barrels mad packets. .. .
RIM MEL'S AQUADEN'TINE leano, whilena
and preserves the uleth, refreshes 'he 6eath,, an4
oweetens the.breath .. ''* '
tural Air purifier, a frag.ti Pqwdeg wbit. 4I9
the healthy and refreshing enauiaioni oT the fut
and Eucalyptus Forests.,t o .-.7
E. RlM A EL, Perfumer by aatmeht to H. 17
-H. Princess ofWales, 96S,B rqii,"i don, and f
Boalevaso4 s skita*ns, Par *; '. "
May27. i879. ., .
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