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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HIamilton, Bernmuda, Tufesday, Jauly I~, 1SS1.

St. George's

Tor mIp i

Proceedings of the Honorable Legislative
Tuesday 5th July, 1881.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.

Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson, *
I* James H. Trimingham, WEDNESDAY, 1th,
Eagenius Harvey,
c" James Tucker, Recr. General, A d ; 5th J V
,, R. E. Webster, Col. Secretary .A 11d .ay, J y,
The Bill entitled I"An Act to provide a Clerk for 1881.
the Colonial Surveyor," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon. rf To our 1.'id friends and Patrons, the
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair. Hamilton Public.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed. After considerable outlay, unceasing prac-
The Chairman reported the Bill without amend- tice, and the kind and able assistance of the
ment. Musical Amateurs of St. Georges,
The House adopted the Report.
The following Message from His Excellency the The W allack Tripilogue
Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secretary:
(No. 14.) Troupe
Governor and Commander-in-Chief. (%tI
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable the Legislative Council that he has been in-
structed by his Lordship the Secretary of State for As a liberal portion of the profits will be de-
the Colonies, to submit a Bill to the Legislature, i portion of the profits will be de-
providing for the transfer of the Church Patronage voted to charity and the performance being
of Bermuda from the Crown to the Church Synod also most attractive, a large audience may be
subject to the approval of the Bishop of Newfound- anticipated.
land and Bermuda, and that a Bill for that purpose ENTIRELY NEW SCENERY,
will accordingly be laid before the Legislature. MECHANICAL MOONLIGHT
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
27th June, 1881. EFFECTS,
Adjourned to Friday next, the 8th instant, at UNIQUE & APPROPRIATE WARDROBES,
All the ORIGINAL MUSIC, with pleasing VOCAL
DERI IUM DA. DIALOGUE introduced, making it a grand
Burlesque Opera, and the first ever
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable produced or attempted in
Rouse of Assembly. Bermuda.
Wednesday, 6th July.-The Attorney General mov- Admission .- ... Four Slillings.
ed that the minutes of the last meeting of the
House be amended by inserting in -them the me I No extra for reserving seats.
tion which was under debate in Committee of the The Plns r the Three night
whole House relating to the ,accounts in the Re-
oeiver General's Office.. are now open at Mir. Griset's Fancy S"ore, St.
His Honor the Speaker--" that inasmuch as Mr. Georges.
Cooper's motion was not read from the Chair, it was Any parties desirous of obtaining seats can
not competent in the Clerk to enter it on the ruin- do so by enclosing Bermuda Penny Postage
utes of the House, I think, therefore, that the Attor- Stamps for the amount, their orders will be
ney Gencral's motion to amend the minutes, is out of promptly attended to and
The Bill entitled An Act to amend the Criminal Tickets sen by Return Post for
Law as to indecent assaults on young persons," was
read a third time and passed. aiiy of tfe Entertainments
On motion of the Attorney General the next order WllIC , WILL iBE
of the day, the Bill for appointing a Clerk to Post PIN A FO EACH NIGHT.
Master at St. George's-was passed over for the PIN A FOR EACH NIGH
The Resolve providing for the repairs andu main- This Advertisement is inserted because it is
tenanoe of Public Roads, Works and Buildings, was impossible to give any representations of the
read a third time. Opera out of St. Georges, and to induce the
Mr. W. J. Frith, moved that the amounts for"- friends of the Wallacks to pay their perform-
cidental repairs and Limewashing for Govern-py
meant House, be seventy pounds-which was nega- ance a Moonlight visit.
Ayes 13. Nays 16. Oil Stoves.
The Resolve was then passed.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill to amend JU;ST 'BEGEIFED, A NOIITHER L0OT OF
the Bermuda Lighthouse Act of 1877, which was THOSE
read a first time. S .
On motion of Mr. Cooper- the House resumed in SuperiOr Oil Stoves,
Committee the consideration of the Governor's i
Message No. 16, relating to the'accounts of the ex- Durable, Economical and Non-Explosive,
penditure on Timlin's Narrows Channel" and the Nickle-plated Student's LAMPP,
destruction of the "Carolin the Chair. Bracket and other LAMPS-with illuminating
Mr. Cooper moved that it be recommended to the burnOrs,
.ouse that a Message be sent to His Excellency Patent BROILERS, &c., &c.
House that a Message be8entto DIfo. Cheap for Cash.
the Governor in reply to his MessageNo. 16, June I
s4th, 1881, informing His Excellency that theE B ENEZER BELL.
House has considered His Excellency's suggestion,
but deems it inexpedient to depart from the prac- No. 1, West Front Street, Hamilton,
twice of examining Accounts for any Public Expen- .July 4, 1881.-3 times, pd.
iture in the usual way, and respectfully requests .-
that His Excellency will be pleased to direct that p,
the Accounts and Vouchers respecting the expendi- N." fl f I-.
ture on Timlin's Narrows Channel" and the des- --
truction of the "Carolina Z," be laid before the THE UAVDER SIGNED
House-which was affirmed.
Ayes 24-Messrs. Speaker, S C Bell, F M Coop- respectfully informs the Public that he having a
er R J P Darrell, N J Darrell, R D Fraser, J thorough knowledge of planningg Roads, Dig-
Fowle, W rith, A J Frith, H H Gilbert, J M going Lime-kilns, and Farming, would be thank-
HaywardW C J Hyland, A J Hodsdon, W S ful to persons requiring work in either of the
Masters, T A Outerbridge, SC Outerbridge, A M above lines to give him a call.
Oadney, J W Pearman, T J Pearman, W R Penis- LIME always on hand cheap for cash.
ton, i N ;Smitb, T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W RRICHARID DAVIS BEEN,
Wilkinson. IHA D DAVIS BEEN,
Nays 7-Messrs. T N Dill, 8 B Gray, E H Gos- Smiths' Hill, Pembroke.
ling, S A Harvey, C C Keane, T D Middleton, C July 5th1, 188.-2
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution Apprentice Wfanted.
of the Committee. 9 f
Ordered, that the Message be sent accordingly to --
His Excellency the Governor. AN APPRENTICE to the Carpentering
Adjourned to Wednesday next. Trade,-age from 12 to 13 years.
---____-- *Please apply to
Mrs. B. EJ. Smihp Neat" the Park.
A irs. B ]~. ~nith Hamilton. July 5. 1881.-twice.

R ESPECTFULLY informs the Public that
she is now prepared to mount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curls, &c.
Having receive hby "Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment of S HELLS, is prepared
LACES, &c.
L-' All Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite-the Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 -months

For Rent.

1 he House and
Lately occupied by the Revd. C. P. K. Coombe.
A Square PIANO FORTE by Collard-& Col-
lard, made expressly for this climate.
And many Articles of Solid Mahogany and
Cedar Furniture are offered at Private Sale.
Apply to
On the Premises.
Southampton, June 27th, 1881.-5


To be Sold, by Auction, The Latest Nriws/!

s '' 'team sce Cream Wactory.
The 26th July, 1881, at 12 o'clock, noon,
h 26h TA DIES and Gentlomen now is the time you
.[^l/ ell qIoutse to tcantejoy Mey er's St Pam eis Cr'oam tnado
"hs -.-,-"-+ iEqual to that in Londoo, Paris, or the Utitho.

L Or OF _.^8eD
At the South East Corner of CHiRunR STREET
and BURNABY STREE T, in the Town of Hamnil-
ton, immediately opposite the Bishop's Lodge.
For permission to view Apply to Mil.
June 28, 1881.-5
New York, Bermuda & West India Line.
A. Emilius Outerbridge & Co., Agents,
No. 29 Broadway, New York.
JUNE 30TH, 1881."
NJotice to Importers of English
Goods via JAew York.
On and after August 1st, the through rates of
Freight on goods from London by the Na-
tional and Anchor Lipes, and Quebec Compa-
ny's Steamer to Bermuda will be 37/ per ton
weight and 37/ per ton measurement. This
rate will cover wharfage at Bermuda.

Wines for the Season.

CLARt E'l' Imported annually for 32
SA/UTERNE years from same House in
BURGCUNDY (Sparkling)
DO Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CiHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
D)O. St. Peray
DO. Swiss
DO. Saumur
DO. Vouvray
Sh1ERRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle
Hamilton and St. Geears.
Established upwards of 50 years
May 28th, 1881.

Office at IC iOUSEJ8, East Broadway.
*'1iE Subscribers wou!d respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
for lee in a first class manner and at the reason-
able price of 1 alif-Penny power ponudo(
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
louse of the late Captain Castnier, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Cu.Atoiners wvho may require
eIe during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customLers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
ceive a share of the l'uLlic patronage.
N.B.-ICE HOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6'
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will be
open from 7 to 8.
East Broadway, Hamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf


Situated near Victoria
Park, Hamilton.
Terms very moderate, to an approved Tenant.
For further particulars apply to
June 3, 1881.-tf

For Rent.
The Well Known Premises
Belonging to the Estate of the late JAMES
-- .. 1 !....I. ... ~ ,I|., -




S tates.
CONFECTIONERY made by steam Powers
sonsequently you will always find that leycr
sells the best and cheapest co!fectimnery i the
Prices to suit the times.
I J CR A M reduced from Fou it to T I RE r
shillings per quart under twenty quarts, over
twenty, Two shillings and sixpence per. quart
Steam TeIce Cream Mlanufactory
Victoria Street, near Fast
JIroadway, Hamilton.
June 1.4, 1881.

S. J. Canton 4 Son;
Watch Repairers and Sewellers
PE 1 to inform the Public that thev intend
S carrying( on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late Mu. HAtim-o:.o-
MIW, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
PLATE AND PI,'TEl)-WV 1 itE, Musical
BOXES and INSTRUMiENTS, Repaired at
shortest notice.
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
hamilton, May 21st, 1881.


Fine Grocesries, 4Grain, Provisions,a
&c., &c.,
4 Front Street, HIamilton, Bermuda.
3!4 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old 8lip
104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cuba.
Orders for Groceries, Dry (Ioods and Goods
of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will
he filled at lowest Market rates either direct or
.through our liermuda house.

Bermuda Ice,

ITW/ 'lER.
CAN be used under all circumstances without
th danger attending the use of imported
Ice, which in most cases affect the system, in the
same manner as a change of drinking" water.
The subscriber is now prepared to furnisih Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6 a.m., to ( p.m ,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. mn., to 10 a.-n. De-
livered in liamilton and vicinity (ro,n 8,, to
12 o'clock, Sundays excepted."
Price Half-Penny per pound.
For the convenience of the public in case of
sickness I have made arrangements to delivery
Icl at my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Surnd iy included.
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.

Dr. E. R. Mercer,
Veterinary Surgeon,
OFFICE No. 9, West Front St.,

Above Store of C. T. Conyers, Esqr.,
Residence, Harrington Place,
Hamilton Parish.
Office Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
Will visit ST. GEORGE'S professionally on
Satuidays. ,
Office at McCallan & Co.

'Io Lease for a term of

SATLVI, and latey occuple. i years
Miil. i'IlLIP ySe a r.
It. o1 11PPNF NITHAT Delightfully Situated MAN-
At Salt Kettle, (Warwick Parish,) e SION in Southampton, or the Great
Containing about Ten Acres of Land mostly Sound, known as Glasgow Lodge" with the
able, a Commodious surrounding LAND, of which about eight
7Acres are A IRA HLE ; together with a COT.'
!| l jbliv el ling R ouse TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings,
ith Stable, Carriage House, Bathing House well adapted for a boarding house. The main
d all other necessary Out-House and two Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corri-
ottages on the Land. There are five Tanks at dor the whole length, and thirteen rooms below,
esent full of water with a fine Wharf, amid a ith Kitchen. A most healthy spot aud conve-
It pond. Possession given immediately. nient for travelling by land or water, the mail
po. osio g eaey stage between Mangrove Bay (Somerset), aud
For further particulars please apply to the town of lamilton passig the gate daily up
J. T. DARRELL, and down.
Executor. A ply on the Premises.
amiltou, June 28, 188. May 17, 1881.-3mn

ST. tGr S,

Three Nights.

Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf

Sole Agents

A Carriage
To seat four persons. Extension top 'ireftrred.
Address T.- C., R. G. Office,-- lamiltof,
Stating Terms &c. -
June 2lst, 1881.

A Full 'Weight, Pure Condensed
-",E offer, under the above brand, a. fall
s weight, pure, natural milk, enndeised4 tb
evaporation, and granulated sugaradded i border
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added of milk will rednc.e it to the Aver-
age standard of.Oranrge County milk; vrrycam
is warranted. There can be no betLtz 0ondunused
Milk.-than uTh. Peh4,: b4t it.will bel : on ,Ihe
principle that' ltw prieee 'c binied with (gsod
quality and honest weight, coimand.thltb-kt.
Price per single case 48. "o-oz. ,.'na, 1I.
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3.'75.
U. K. & F. B. THURBEItR & (4.' ;
Sole Agents, New ,Vrk,-.


A Large Supply Receiv.d
At the RoYAL GAZETTE Stationery Store,
,It Low Prices.
Hamilton, June ih, 18 1.

ASK your Gro(er for A. E. WHYLAND*S




27th June. 1881.
STHE following ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during, the
present Session:
No. I--An Act to amend the Law relating to
(In force to 31st December, 1.885.)
2 -An Act for raising a Reveiiue for the sup-
port of the Government of these Her Ma-
jesty's Islands and to appropriate certain
sums to the discharge of the expenses of
Governmieni as therein expressed.
(In force to 30th June, 1882.)
3-An Act to amend the Audit Act, 1879.
(In ford" to the 31st December, 1884.)
4-An Act to amend the Laws relating to the
protection of Wild Birds. -
(In force indefinitely:)
5-An Act to make more effectuall provision
for the recording of Wills and Deet in' !ho
Secretary's Office.
(In force to 31st December, 1883.) "
Colonial seretay.

BY recent instructions' from the Marje
k511Boarda of Underwriters of New York,
Boston, Philadelphia, &c.. I am notified that itl
accord .cee with the t'olieies of lisuratiie now
issued, it is imperative that all Bills and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on. Vessels
and Ca.rgoes arriving at these Islands'.uamer
ds.itster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &e., and I hereby give
notice of the s mne so that all parties interested
therein mny govern themselves aoeeodingly.
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriters
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
Sr.' George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., J881,


Apply at Cavendish. -
2nd .lulv, 1881.-3
l rs I. leecca Swa "s

Boarding House
.l Rit. SWAN tenders her sincere: thanks ta
the Army, Navy, the American Visitors
and Lo the Public generally, for the liberal.pat-
ronage they l have extended to her, and deskes
to inform them that, with a view to theircQtafort
she has improved her accommodations by aA-.
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scaur Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881. .

To all who suffer from Headache

Always on hand at the Store of., -


I -,1xlvfM F- *, "v-. W~~-*- ,'W-Y- ______________

Gibba' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
3rd and 10th July, 1881, height above the sea
whlre the Register is kept, being 246 feet.

1881. .
Noon C
. 4 -ew
5 wsw
6 WSw
8 sw
9 aw
10 s8w


General Remarks.

1'97 Thick, squally
0-61 Fine
0-00 Fine
0-00 Fine
0*00 Fine
0*00 Fine


Hamilton, Jutly 12, 1881.

The S. S. Ceto hence in the river Thames on the
80th June.
The Barque Sir G. F. Seymour hence at London
in 20 days.
There were two French Ships-of-War in Halifax
Harbour on the 4th inst., viz. : the Damont d' Ur-
ville, bearing the Flag of Admiral Halligon, and
the Frigate Magicienne.
The United States Ship-of-War Vandalia, was
also at Halifax.
THE STEAM Ti RELIANCE.-We had barely time
to mention previous to the issue of last Gazette, the
arrival here from Wilmington, Delaware, of .th
above named vessel; we now add some particulars of
her size, &c. She is 95 feet long, 8- feet deep and
i 18 feet wide, was built of the best of iron by the
Pusey & Jones Company, Wilmington, Delaware
United States. Is about 80 tons register, and 125
horse power. She is fitted with all the latest im
provements in machinery. Has a spacious upper
deck and good cabin accommodation for passengers
steam hoister, and cargo capacity under deck for
350 barrels.
S Ihe Reliance is well calculated for excursion par.
ties, &c., during the hot weather, being covered with
awnings from stem to stern. A large party of
officials and others have been invited by the Hon

B E 1 I ) A. S. S. Ingham for a trip in the Reliance to-day, for
Sthe purpose of visiting Nonsuch Island and the
V Poeedings of the Honorable Legislative North Rook. This will doubtless be a most agree.
Council. able excursion to all the party, but particularly s5
to those who have never been to either of the places
FPay, 8th July, 1881.-Parsuant to adjourn. named.
went the House met.
Pre-nt-Hls Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, "Pinafore" first Night at St. Georges.
President ;
The Honorable A. J. Musson, At half-past eight o'clock last night, every avail.
S Win. H Goslingable inch of room was taken up in the Town Hall
James H. TGoring, m with, perhaps, one of the largest, and by far the
James H. Trimingham, most fashionable audience, we remember to have
Sugenius Harvey, seen assembled, in the building. Our Town was
S wJamesfucker, Rer. Genl., well represented, for quite a large number of chairs
E.wE. Gordon, SCol Cty. were secured by Hamiltonians several days ago.
.. C-GordonColonel, C.R... Certainly the affair was a great success, and the
"G Bill ntmtitled "An Act to provide a clerk Wallack Tripologue deserve the greatest credit
"$ 0r Colonia Surveyor," was read the third time for producing so excellent a rendition of the charm-
ad pased, and ordered to be laid before His ing burlesque opera. The stage, at the rise of the
oe y Oe Governor by the Hon. R. E. Web. curtain, presented a most nautical appearance, and
SR oleovlg t he s quite a natural deck of a vessel was seen, which
Rholve providing the sum of 3428 10/0 for elicited hearty applause ;-and, as soon as soon as the open
4 repairm and improvements of the Public Bld- ing chorus "We sail on the ocean blue" was sung,
..-lJp n ROads, and other Public Works, the expectation of all was more than realized, and
And, from that moment a decided brilliant success at-
A Bill entitled An Act amn attended the singing, the music, and the excellent
Law as to Indecent anAtt amend the Criminal acting of one and all. To criticise amateurs is really
e ft brought up from the s on young persons," not fair, for they cannot be expected to come up to
w broghtyread u from the house of Assembly and themark of professional artists-but last night's per-
Adjo red a me. formance was an exception to the rule, and any
Adjourned to Monday next, the 1lth Instant, at stranger popping in, not knowing the company
might have easily mistaken them for a regular
----""" Opera Troupe--therefore a slight comment on the
oan the House mely1881.-Purnsant toadjoutn. principal features of the representation may not be
ent the House met. l out of place. We will commence with the Wal-
PN BtHis Honor Josiah hRee Chief J si lacks: Fannie was enthusiastically welcomed as
President. R Chief Justie, Josephine; she looked, as she always does, bright,
the notable A.. Musson interesting and vivacious, sang with her usual
i A. J. Mo g, skill, was in excellent voice and executed with
S Winm H. Gosling, charming precision the most difficult passages and
S James H. Trimingham, brilliant music with which the character abounds.
s E Jgenius Harvey, Watty, as Little Buttercup, is irresistably funny,
James Tucker, Reor. Genl., and Rider, as Dick Deadeye, might have been
R. Webster, Col. Secty., made for the character. We know not the names
The C. G ordon, Colonel, C.R.E. of the parties who filled the other characters, as
ftr the Resolpaie proidig tho sum of 8,428 10/ they were not announced in the programme. Ralph
nor the repair ad Improvement of the Public Rackstraw has a sweet Tenor voice and amply suf-
Buidings and Roards and other Public Works, ficiont in register to do full justice to the love sick
was read the second time. seaman. The Admiral burlesqued the pompous
The E 8use went into Committee thereon, aristocrat with humor and sarcasm, causing a con-
Tbh*Han. -E. Harvey in the Chair. s tant titter. Captain Oockoran looked admirable-
The Committee rose. a nice baritone, well managed and correct in all
The House resumed. the allotted music, with sufficient haughtiness of
18el halrman reported the Resolve without bearing required by that naval official. The Boats-
.'Shi *wain, an enormous, stalwart-looking individual,
a ige 'adopted the Report, and the Rule as appeared to be just a veritable Ship-a-hoy" fel-
several readings of Bills and Resolutions on the low, and sang with a deep bass voice "The En-
es.ey Jiaving been suspended by unanimous glishman," and introduced with a chorus "Hearts
eo sead the Resolve was then read hethirdtime of Oak," a telling song. Hebe was neat-looking,
ald passed, and ordered to be laid before His Ex- and sang her little morceaux with confidence, but
cellency the Governor by the Hon. R. E. Webster. requires a little more experience to make her quite
The Bill entitled An Act to amend the Crim- perfect. The costumes of one and all were very
1*.l L WA to Indecent assaults on young persons," neat and looked bright and clean, some of them
ws read the second time. being gorgeous and costly. The Choruses were
The oiause went into Committee thereon excellently sang by a portion of the Parish Church
Be on J. H. Trimingham in the Chair Choir. Fannie Wallack must be again compli-
.e folfrwilg amendments was proposed and mented for untiring exertion to make the Pinafore
Aef4 to. o a hit which has indeed proved one, and it is im.
After the words thirteen," in the third line of possible to lavish too much 'praise, and the thanks
theIAeoid Clause, Insert the word years." [ of the general community must be given to the
The Committee rose. Amateurs of St. Georges in uniting together to
'lihe House resumed, afford so great a treat to the Public. To-morrow
The Chairman reported the Bill with the night, and Friday, Pinafore will be repeated. Al-
amendient, which was adopted by the House, ready more than half the seats are secured for both
And it was ordered that the said Bill be Return- nights. See advertisement and visit this most
ed to the House of Assembly with a Message popular of popular performances.
requesting their concurrence in the said amend-. g
Wbter-lsam tobe delivered by the Hon. R. E. The Hermitage Festival."
Ar. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Asembly : On Thursday evening last a very pleasant ga-
I etun directed by the Legislative Council to thering of friends occurred at the Hermitago," .a
Antur Ato your Honorable House the Bill entitled very eligible property on the borders of Smiths
An Act to amend the Criminal Law as to inde- and Devonshire" parishes, lately purchased by J.
ent aaults on youngn persons," and to request the Scott Pearman, Esq. The purpose for. which the
Concurrence of your Honorable House In an I effort was made was to collect funds for the re-
amendment which the Council deem expedient building of Smiths Parish Hall, which, when in an
t be made theretoa copy of which amendment advanced state of construction, was unfortunately
I delivered herewith, blown down during the terrible gale of August
Council Chamber, 11th July, 1881. last. The inhabitants of the neighborhood had
Adjourned to Frid strained every nerve to give their numerous guests
d1180, n to Friday next, the 15th instant at, a hearty and cordial welcome. The House was
brilliantly illuminated throughout and in the seve-
ral rooms, tables gracefully decorated displayed a
CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON. choice and varied assortment of articles for home
RTED, n' use and ornament. Among other attractions we
Jl -Stam Tug Reliane, Barnett, Wilming must not omit to mention the charming picture
S 6-team Tug Reliance Barnett, Wilming. presented by "Rebecca at the Well," who robed in
to 1 rare ;40 tons coals to S. S. Ingham. Oriental costume, which well became her dark and
S-Wh al Schr. William Martin, Martin, whal. glowing complexion, with unwearied attention dis.
s.ugvoyage.-Agent. T. H. Pitt. pensed cooling draughts of nectar" to the host of
i CLEARED, thirsty pilgrims who kept flocking to her sweet re-
Jn 4-rigt. Excelsior, Mayor, Domerara; 800 treats. Amid the gloomy recesses of his dark and
potatoes, 80 boxes onions, 140 rum pnch. cavernous sell," the hoary hermit was sought by
.k. p s o many an anxious enquirer after deep and hidden
6"-8hr. Silas McLoon, Spear, New York; 2,485 lore, but sought, alas! in vain, for the misanthropic
boxe; onions, 11 casks old metal. old recluse, finding his sanctum thus recklessly in-
-Brit. .fH. A. Pitt, Young, Demerara; 586 ble vaded by such gay and lizht-hearted crowds, had
and 20 bokes potatoes, 1,023 boxes and 19 bls. retired and hidden himself in disgust. Many an
1Ad 40boxes onions, anxious lover visited the sybil of the "Gipsey's
Malt Steamer, Flamborough, Whitehurst, New tent," and having crossed her dainty palm with
Trk 8 keg arrowroot and 2332 boxes propitiatory silver found to his joy, though dangers
onio 2,332 and difficulties surrounded his path, yet in due
PASSENGES, time he would triumphantly lead the blushing ob-
In the Mail Steamer Flamborough on Thursday ject of his heart's fondest desire to Hymen's altar.
last for Nw York:-iss Atwood, Mis 8. At Among this busy throng dapper little white
woo, Miss Hayward, Mr. Governor St. -George aproned waiters hurried to and fro, carrying sal-
Tokereand wife, Er. M. Stuart Atwood and wife, vers laden with tempting ice creams and luscious
8. R obison and wifeMrs. C. W.Roberts, melons. Fragrant cups of coffee or "genuine
Messrs ~1W. Kelly, Nathaniel Vese, Henry Look. Oolong" solaced the tired and the weary. On the
w, ,naes a T. ugent.-ha ond s abin k-J. M moonlit sward the heated promenaders were en-
L tar le, J Henry. in- chanted with the sweet strains of the pleasant band.
r Hery The reunion was an entire success, and though wo
ro It. Mi. Steamer Alpha, on Thursday last do not as yet know the profits of the evening's on.
from flalifax :-Surgeon Vasey, R. N.,for Jamai. tertainment, we feel sure the large attendance of
s. Revd J. W. Prestwood, Master L. Ralph.--2n4, between800'and 1000 personsought to ensure hand-
cabin.t-ohdnctor Ledsham, Wife and 4 children, some returns for all the time and trouble the good
James Dalton, John Morley, James Evans, M. people of Smith's must have expended.
Xtodhart, Win. Gi-anville, N. Power, John Williams,
l4. brchard.- 3rS Clas,- Pte. Bryan, A.S C wife
and 4 children, Pte. Smith, A. S. C., Jane Smwifth ASIATIC CHOLERA.-PHILADELPHIA, June 30.-
aIn the E-eair, tf eirh a -M, e S James Morrow, of this city, Past Grand Master of
I to and Telsior, for Demerara :--Messrs. J. H the Masons of Pennsylvania, died to-day of a ma-
an, .... A n. lignant form of cholera, lasting scarcely eight hours.
In the '. t.. A. Pitt, for Demerara:-Messrs. W.I He betrayed all the symptoms of a most contagious
Hayward, H. Pitt, E. Saba. and fatal type of Asiatic cholera.

Blaine on their way to the limited express train, present to allow no one to see the President except ; 14 0 00 !0 14 0-00 0 14 0'00
which was about ready to leave. Secretary Blaine members of his family. Mrs. Garfield is an un-I 15 0-73 .- 15 0'00 : 15 0"13
on hearing the pistol shots, two in number, rushed in wearied attendant at her husband's bedside, aiding 16 0-00 : 16 0-05 : 16. 0-14
the direction from which they came with a view of the physicians and nurses as necessity requires, and u 17 0-38 i 17 0'00 17 0'57
arresting the would be assassin. Before reaching the maintaining her strength, self-control and cheer- 18 0'-22 i 18 0-00 : 18 0-00
man, however, the Secretary returned to the Pro- fulness with a firm conviction that the President will P 19 0-00 l 19 0-02 o 19 0"00
sident and found him prostrated. Both shots took recover. The popular anxiety in the city continues, 20 0-01 20 0*00 20 0-00
effect, the first in the right arm and the second in the without perceptible abatement, except that the 2 007 2 21 0-00 21 000
right hip and near the kidney. Physicians have crowd in ont of the Executive Mansion is not so : 22 0-07 -"9 22 0-00 22 0-00
probed for the balls unsuccessfully. The Presi. large as yesterday. Commissioners have published a ~g 23 0-26 C4 23 0-07 23 022
dent was conveyed to the Executive Mansion card requesting people to refrain from all noisy de- o' 24 0.02 24 0'00 24 0'89
under a strong escort of Metropolitan police. monstrations to-morrow and municipal regulations 25 0 00 25 0-00 25 .0-00
Two companies of regulars from Washington bar- relative to cannon and explosives will be strictly 26 0.00 26 000 a 26 0 00
racks were ordered out to preserve quiet. Great enforced throughout the city. The weather is calm 27 0"00 27 0-00 2 0 27 0,00
excitement prevails and the streets are thronged and clear, but not warm enough, it is thought, to 28 0-00 28 0-00 28 000
with anxious enquirers, eager to learn the condition 'have any unfavorable influence upon the President's :. 29 0"00 29 0-00 a 29 0-00
of the President. The shooting occurred in the preo- condition. There is a great difference of opinion = 29 0-00 820 1*17 .9 320 0'00
seuce of some 50 or 60 ladies. There is a rumor among medical men about the probability of the S0 0"00 s 3 .
now that the shooting was done by the ex-Consul to President's surviving his injuries, but there is an P 4 3.i 4 31 029 --
Marseilles, Gallo, who was removed from office., unmistakable air of hopefulness in the faces of the Total ..3 .30 Total...-80
The pistol with which the firing was done is a Cali- attending physicians which was wanting up to a late Total. 30 Tot
fornia weapon with extremely hoavy calibre, better hour last night. Despite his extremely critical con-
known as a "Bulldozer." edition tho country can reasonably cherish some hope DUBLIN, July 2.--The Viceroy has started for
Later,-The President has been made as comfort- tat tihe President may yet recover. London.
able as possible in hia chamber at the White House, 10 p.m.-The condition of the President is less The Gazette gives notice that the Duke of Leins-
and all persons excluded from the grounds surround- favorable. Pulse 121; temperature 100; respiration ter and Rt. Hon. E. Sullivan, Master of the Rolls,
ing the mansion. Immense crowds surround the 206. He is mare restless, aud again complains of the were sworn in as Lords Justices of Ireland In the
grounds. pain ia hir, feet. absence of the Viceroy.

e ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF PRE- 10'40.-Physicians in attendance are now holding LATEST NEWS.
SIDENT GARFIELD. a consultation. EXECUTIVE MANSION, July 4, 12-30 a.m.-The
n -- 05.-Presiden Garfield is conscious, and does President's condition has changed very little since
The startling announcement reached us on Thurs- not complain of g'eat ;uffcring. He has just die- last bulletin, pulse 112; temperature 99; respiration
day last by the Royal Mail Steamer Alpha" Itted a tilegramn to h., wf>. It is ir.possible to say, 20. Does not complain so much of pain in the feet.
from Halifax, that a most dastardly attempt .a. yeY, what the result wi* be, but the surgeons are In view of the fact that it is deemed best to keep
had been made on the previous Saturday on of opicon that the wounds are not necessarily fatal. the President perfectly quiet during the remainder
the life of President Garfield by a cowardly The f .:i.'. i*, is a copy of the telegram sent to Mrs. of the night, the attending physicians announced at
disappointed office seeker--and that although Garfield :- Mis. Garfield, Elberon, Long Branch. 1 a. m. that no examinations will be made and no
the President had survived the assassin's bullet -The President wishes me to say to you from him farther bulletins issued until 7-30 a.m.
up to early of the morning of yesterday week, that he has been seriously hurt-how seriously he PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 3.-Dr. D. Hayes
still, as the balls had not been found up to cannot yet say, He is himself, and hopes you will Agnew left here at 11-50 to-night for Washington on
e that time-the result was-very questionable, as the come to him soon. He sends his love to you. (Sgd.) a special train, having been summed to hold a con-
e second wound was particularly dangerous. The A. F. ROCKWELL." sultation at the Executive Mansion with other phy.
e particulars so far as they have reached us will be It is ;mposiblo to gain access to the White sicians.
f found in another column. There is a vast differ- House, police and soldiers being all around it, and
ence in the state of affairs in the United States will not lot any one but Cabinet officers in. There
e when President Lincoln met his sad fate, then it is communication by telephone, which is the only THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF THE DO-
, was distracted throughout by a civil war, and the way to reach them. The name of the assassin as MINION OF CANADA.
5 most bitter feeling prevailed between the North written by himself is Charles Gilleau, and he says he His Excellency the Governor General of Cana.
' and South. But at the present period the Repub-. i an Attorney-at-i w in Chicago. The Star says in da arrived at Halifax, N. S., on Saturday evening the
r lie has bat few troubles to distract its attention an extra just issued that when the assassin was ar- 2nd instant, by special train, and was received by a
; -none outwardly, being at peace with all the rested he said "I did it aid want to be arrested. I Military Guard of Honor and was welcomed by Civil
r world, and none inwardly that could possibly lead am a stalwart and Arthur is President now. I have and Military dignitaries. Afterwards he was driven
to the supposition of a conspiracy against the fa- a letter here that I wani you to give to General to Government House, where he is to remain during
" verito. of the Union-he who has but so recently Sherman, is will explain everything. Take me to his sojourn at Halifax.
h and by a large majority of voices elected to the the police station." The week, commencing on the 4th instant, was]to
f highly important office of Chief Magistrate of that Immediately a0ter the shoodin~ the President's be one of Jubilee.
great Republic. pulse wcnat own to '3, and his face, as he was re Monday--The Governor General was to visit the
r We await with great anxiety for later news from moved to t!o White House, waz of ashen hue. fort-, dine at Government House, and be present at
e Washington, hoping that President Garfield's life Hi pulie h, :"ow recovered to 8 and the color is the opening of the Royal Art Exhibition in the eve-
' may truly be spared, and that he may long continue retuI ing sonaewhat to his face, his general symp- ning.
o to enjoy the good-will of the people who placed tomrs noeover dnoto very couiderablo improve. Tuesday-Was to attend the review and sham-
s him in the exalted position he now holds, meant. It is ot thought wise to make any further fight (regulars, Sailors, and Malitia) on the com-
attempis at present to withdraw the bullets, and it moe, be present at a reception on H. M. S. Nor-
Since the above was in type we are grieved to difficult to dote-mine until a thorough examina- thampton, and dine at Maplewood.
learn that just prior to the Mail Steamer Alpha tiou is made how crious the internal injuries may Wednesday-Was to witness the torpedo attack
leaving Halifax, at one p. m., on the 4th instant, be, surface id actionss however give good grounds by the navy on the forts in the harbor, and dine at
information had reached there from Washington, for hope that he wii' rally. Charles Gilleau, the Admiralty House.
of some hours later date than is given in the Hali- would be assassin, is a foreigner by birth, and has Thursday-Was to be present at the naval bri-
e fax papers of the morning of the 4th, of a distress- been a very Iersistent applicant for a Consullar pa- gade review on the common, attend the races on the
e ing nature,-viz, that General Garfield was sink. sition. He has haunted the Executive Mansion Polo Ground, and dine at Government House and
s ing rapidly.! several weeks, and his disappointment in not get- hold a drawing room there at 9"30 p.m.
Sting what he wanted led to temporary abberation of Friday-Was to witness the regatta on the har-
s mind. bor, dine at Maplewood, and attend the promenade
ENGLISH MAIL OF THE 26TH-ULTIMO, VIA 11'35.-The President's strength is increasing concert in the Public Gardens in the evening.
HALIFAX. every minute and he is quite cheerful. The phy- --
The MaiL Steamer Alpha, Captain Crowell, ar- sicians announce that as soon as his pulse reaches In consequence of the sad intelligence of the at-
rived at St. Georges on Thursday morning last, 70, another attempt will be made to probe for the tempt to take the life of the President of the United
bringing the English Mail of the 26th July. The bullets. States, and the dangerous nature of his injuries, His
Alpha, left Halifax at 1 p. m., of Monday the 4th WASHINGToN, D. C., July 3,-The President was Excellency the Governor-General will attend those
instant and anchored in St. Georges harbour at 10 conveyed to the Executive Mansion soon after he official duties only which were arranged for previous
a. m. of the 7th, making the passage in 69 hours, was shot. The assassin, Charles Gilleau, has been to his arrival at Halifax.
--although she had 36 hours South wind-almost regarded an a man of vicious character. There is no
the shortest on record. evidence that there was a conspiracy. Many pub- Sia EDWARD THORNTON AND THB PRESIDENT.-
We are indebted to Captain Crowell and other lie meetings were held, and expressions of grief and WASHINGTON, JUNE 30.-The Secretary of State to-
friends for Halifax papers of the 4th instant. indignation came from people of all classes and po- day accompanied Sir Edward Thornton, late British
Vice Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock had the litical n 'iiv:. Mrs. Garfield arrived at 7 o'clock Minister, to the Executive Mansion, where Sir
degree of D. C. L. conferred on him by the con- last night and went immediately to the President's Edward presented to the President a letter from
vocation of King's Coilege, Winifsor, Nova Scotia, bedside, Through the night the President slept con- Her Majesty recalling him from the Post he has so
on the 30th ultimo. siderable. He complains little and greets his friends long occupied as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
That frightul disease small-px is spreading to ina cheerful manner. He says he is content to die Plenipotentiary of the British Government in the
ucThat f rightful disease small-pox is spreadinga, t if such must be. The assassin is strongly guarded United States. He (Sir Edward) expressed regret
hasch an extent a Decessarmouth, Nova Scotia, that It in gaol, but there are no indications of mob violence, at leaving the country. He expressed his consola-
has been found necessary to build a temporary fors- Secretary Blaine, who was with the President when tion at the friendly relations between the two coun-
pit heaom town in quite an isolated place, for he was shot, is constantly at his side. Evidences of tries. The President, in response, alluded to Sir
loathe accommodation of persons suffering from that popular excitement in the neighborhood of the Ex- Ed.vard's great zeal in the effort for arbitration in
loathsome disease, e tht cutive Mansion are not so noticeable to-day as all exciting difficulties, and regrettingly bade him
It is suggested in the Halifax papers that comn- they were yesterday. Two hundred people, of whom good-bye, and wished him future happiness and
ipulsory vaccination should at once be commenced a large proportion are colored, still linger about the prosperity.
and made general throughout the city and suburbs, main entrance of the Executive Mansion on Penn- The Hon. Lionel Sackvllle West, who is an-
On the let instant, being Dominion Day, about ylvania Avenue, but better police regulations are nouThed aHon. the successoilr of Sir Edward Tis an-
3,200 volunteers from the Maritime Provinces were enforced than were possible at any time yesterday. nounced as the succe or of Bir Edward Thorn-
reviewed at Sussex, N. B., by the Governor-Oene- The avenue leading to the gateway is kept clear by to, at Washington, is 5 years of age, s brother of
ral and General Luard. The review was a most an armed guard, and no person is admitted without and of the Earlol De La Warr, of the MarqDuchessof SalisBedford,
creditable one, and elicited the highest enconiums a written pass from the President's private secre- and o the step-motherby. of the Marquis a bachelor of Salisburynd-
both of the Governor-General and of that experi- tary. Some change in the direction of better order some presence, distinguish air, fond of society,
enced old soldier, General Luard. This is the first and stricter control is apparent in the Executive some presence, listing hed air, fond of society
instance that so large a force of the militia of the Mansion itself. Yesterday the official half of that an liberal n hospitality.
Maritime Provinces have met in brigade camp. building was over-run by newspaper reporters and
The Wesleyan Methodist Conference, Nova correspondents, friends of the President and enquir. THE COMET is gradually fading from view and
Sootia, has appointed the ex.Editor of the "Wes- ing citizens generally, who in their anxiety to obtain last night it was hardly perceptible to the naked
leyan," Revd. A. W. Nicholson, to Hamilton, Ber- the latest news crowded into the upper corridors and eye. A reward of $200 was some time since offered
mua, inplaceo tdh.A .E o rooms-, and even obstructed the orderly transmission by the Rochcester Astronomical Society, N. Y., for
tomuda, in place of the Reovd. P. Prest wic. has been of business i the President's private telegraph office., the first discovery of a comet in the Western Hem-
appointed to Bailey's Bay in place of Rev J. L To-day no one is allowed to go beyond the vestibule sphere. Not less than three dozan;claims of priority
Dawson, who goes to Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia. until his card has been taken to the President's pri- it seems have been made in reference to the present
The Revd. Mr. Nicholson spent a few weeks in vate secretary, and the lawless wandering about of Comet, the earliest appears to be that of a reporter
Bermuda during the summer of 1876. excited people in the upper corridor has been stop- of the Halifax, N. S., Chronicle. He gives the
The Revd. Mr. Chapman, who is remembered pod. time of the discovery at 1-45 on the morning of the
well in Bermuda, has been elected President of the 220-'Ihe President's symptoms are now more un- 22nd June; at least half an hour before reported by
New Brunswick and P. E. Island Conference, and favorable, and it is thought there is internal hem- any other of the Claimants.
the Revd. John Lathem, President of the Nova orrbago. GATHERINGS AS TO THE COMET.
Scotia Conference. 2 s40-Dr. Beckwith, an old physician of the Pre- Observations with the spectroscope show that the
and that he may not live twelve hours. The g spe-
Sfdent's, says he Ehs but a few chances of recovery, spectrum of the nucleus of the continuous.
Startling News from WVashington t! aad tpesoayt he Ee tw e Mlve Ths thathe The Comet's nucleus is probably a thousand
President is sinking fast. miles in diameter, at the inner head it is twelve
PRESIDENT GARFIELD SHOT WHILE PURCHASING 5 p.m.-The-Presidont is a little easier. He says thousand, while the corona is vastlymore.
A RAILWAY TICKET AT A DEPOT. THE ASSAS- he suffers rather less pain just now. His mind con- I The trail is at least four millions miles long.
SIN ARRESTED-THE PRESIDENT STILL ALIVE. tinues unclouded, and he converses freely with those It Is not likely to strike the earth, as it is travell-
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 2.-About 9'25 this around his bedside. ing away from it at the rate of three hundred thou.
morning, President Garfield, accompanied by Secreo- 520-p.m.-Dr. Bliss says the President is resting sand miles a day.ed for the first time
tary of State Blaine, drove to the Baltimore and more comfortably, but his condition is very critical. 1 The new comet was photographed for the first time
Potomac Depot. Near the door President Garfield 6 p.m.-The President's condition remained gene- in the history of comets, on the night of the 24th
asked one of the officers how much time he had be. rally unchanged throughout the day. Symptoms are by Professor Draper.
fore the train started. The officer replied, About regarded as favorable, but the most intense anxiety If it were coming to us instead of going away
ten minutes, your honor." The President, after con- is felt. Physicians will issue the next bulletin at ten i from us, there are 280 millions of chances that it
versing a minute or two longer, thou got out of the o'clock to-night. would not strike the earth, against one that it
carriage with Secretary Blaine, and walked slowly 8 p.m.-Doctors from New York and Philadel- I would.
up the steps into the depot. Officer Kearney states phia have beea requested by telegraph to come to Professor Tyndall believes that the tail is formed
that he was standing close by and saluted the Presi- Washiinyton by first train for consultation with the by the solar light being deprived of its luminous
dent by raising his hat. The President and Mr. attendant physicians. The President',s condition and calorific rays while passing through the head
Blaine walked through the ladies' parlor, and had this hour remains favorable. of the comet, which will, however, allow the actinic
entered the large reception room in the main por- 9 p.m,-The President's condition remains un- rays to pass through and form a thin filmy cloud
tion of the depot, when changed. All symptoms are favorable. A rumor in between the comet.
TWO PISTOL SHOTS circulation on the rireets this evening to the effect German scientists are making experiments about
were fired in rapid succession. The crowd screamed that inflamafion had set in, is denied by the at- the tail-so we shall know all about it after a
He's shot the President. Arrest the mau." The tending physicians. All the members of the cabinet while.
assassin was making his way as fast aa. possible out have been at the Executive Mansion to-day, and .
of the building through the ladies' parlor towards most of them have remained there continuously since RAINFALL-1881.
the "B." St. door, a carriage being there to take yesterday morning, sleeping a few hours last night on
him away. Kearney threw himself before him and couches in the Library. Nearly all of the prominent
seized him. executive officers of the government have called APRIL. MAY. JuNE.
WASHINGTON, July S.-President Garfield is now during the day, together with representatives of -- *2-1 *
lying in a private room in the officers' quarters of foreign nations, Justices of the Supreme Court, who g 1 0-34 1 '2 I 0
the Baltimore and Potomae Depot. Dr. Bliss, Sur. are in the city, and a large number of the President's .- 2 0.11 co 2 0.00 go 2 0"47
geon General Barnes, and Dr. Purvis, colored, are in personal friends. None of them, however,-have been .3 3 0*14 .5.5 3 0-00 3. 8 .0'00
attendance. The shooting was done by a slender permitted to enter the room in which the President t- 4 0-00 go 4 0'00 4 0'*8
man, about 5 feet seven inches in height. He refused lies. The strictest quiet has been enjoined, and the 5 6 0-29 : 5 0-00 A 6 0*57
to give his name, but it is said by persons who pro. president has not been allowed to see any one to-day 6 0718 06 0*00 06 7
fess to know him, that his name is Dooty. The pri. except Mrs. Garfield, his nurse, and attending phy 7 0.08 7 1"36 : 8 000
soner was arrested immediately after the firing by sicians. Senator Jones, of Nevada, called this after- 8 0.00 8 0.1 8 90"0
officers in the depot. He was first taken to the noon, and informed the members of the Cabinet that 9 0-02 9 000 *9 0
police headquarters and subsequently removed to Vice-President Arthur had arrived in the city and 10 0 14 .f 10 0"00 10 0"00
the district jail. The shooting occurred iu the ladies' was his guest, and would like to see the President if 11 0"05 S 11 000 11 0'00
room of the depot, immediately after the President he could be permitted to do so. Senator Jones was : 12 0"00 I 12 0"00 12 0-00
had entered, walking arm in arm with Secretary told, however, that the physicians thought it best at 2 13 0-00 13 0'00 "2 18 0-20


t We present our readers to-day with an
Abstract of the several 'Districts of Bormuda or
Somers' I!an :s of the Ceunsas of the ppulution,
&e., just cormpe.etcl.
When we info m our readers that there are five
other sim'l r Tabl's to this one, they may form
some idea of the exin-ilve on1 responsible work
that has boon s) ably performed by the several
persons engaged in effecting these Returns, but
especially by the Commissioners.
We copy to-day from the "London Times' of
the 7th ultimo, a descriptive letter of Bermuda,
forwarded to that influential paper by an occa-
sional correspondent" in these islands. As some
portions of this communication are rather high col-
ored, we did not intend reprinting it, but we
have been urged to do so by several natives-both
ladies and gentlemen, to whom copies of the
" Times" of the 7th had been sent by their friends
in England. It is well, however, that we should
know what visitors think of us, and so endeavor to
profit by their suggestions.

truly distressing accident has occurred by the too
prevalent of uding kerosene oil in making
a fire. Yesterday mornin-;' a son of Mr. Escobol,
who lives at Mullct D1 .y, St. Georges, was directed
to light firo in a ;,:,,e; having collected the ne-
cessary ignitable material andlighti-g them, he,with
a view to hasten the flam", took from a shelf near
at hand a can of kerosone oil, and poured some of it
on the ignited wood; perceiving that the flame had
ran up to the mouth of the can, he threw the can
down, when it exploded, and' he escaped with but
slight injury to his wrists. Not so, however, an-
other child of Mr. Eseobels' who was close to her
brother, was so covered with the burning oil, and
so shockingly burned that in leas than half an hour
death terminated the poor little creatures' suffer-
ings. Mr. Escobel, who was in another room,
hearing the cries oi his child, rushed to its assist-
ance, but failed to be of any service; he also was
considerably burned about the hands and neck.
We cannot chronicle'the above dreadful accident
without again directing the attention of the people
of Bermuda to the necessity of using the greatest
possible care in the use of this very useful but
highly dangerous oil; and it is wonderful that a
greater number of deaths do not result from its
careless use.
We understand that vinegar is the only liquid
that will extinguish the flame of kerosene.
An inquest was held in St. George's Parish on
the 11th inst., before Denis Tucker, Esq., Coroner,
on view of the body of Nellie Escobel, aged 18
months, who was accidentally burnt to death a few
hours previous by the explosion of a kerosene tin
containing oil, which her elder brother, aged 10
years had used contrary to the mother's instruc-
ions, while igniting come chips. While pouring
the oil on the stove, the infant crept into the room
unknown to the parents. Verdict-Accidental
For the Royal Gazette.
A meeting of the Paii'hioners; of Sandy's took
plaeo at the School Room on Wednesday evening
"ast, 6th iunt., to consider the nece.siLy of enlarg-
ing the room.
The attendance was very good and the object
for which the meeting was called wa: very favor-
ably considered. The Rov. Bruce McKay, Rector,
presided, and explained the great necessity of
making the addition; after which the following
resolutions were put and carried unanimously :
eoved by Georgo Simp-on, Esqr., Inspector of
Schools, cconded by the WorThipful J. Fowle.
That thi. meeting authorize Mr. Perinchief to
issue a Subscription List ind collect funds for the
desirable object of enlarging the room in which,
under sanction of the Rev. B. McKay, he at pre-
sent holds school; and that the money so collected
be handed to the Worshipful J. Fowle, M. C. P.,
who has been good enough to act as Treasurer to
the Fund so proposed to be raised."
That the meeting tender their sincere thanks
to the Rector for his kindness in presiding and al-
so to the Worshipful J. Fowle, M. C. ., and T.
Lines, Esq., for the very great interest they have
taken in the matter."
A Subscription List was at once opened, and the
sum of 15 10/ subscribed; the Rev. Gentleman,
his Worship J. 'owle, and the Inspector of Schools
heading the list.
Other subscriptions will be thankfully received
by Mr. Perinchief.
1 By a Proclamation of His Excellency the
Governor-which will be found in the official co-
lumn of our to-day's issue-the Colony of Deme-
rara and the Island of Barbados are declared to
be infected places-Yellow Fever prevailing at
both. Vessels arriving here from Demerara and
Barbados, will, consequently, be necessarily visit-
ed by a Health Officer.
BIRTH, on the 11th inst, at Bonz, the WIFE of
Captain F. W. Ileneage, R. E., of a SoN.
MARRIED, on the 30th June, at St. Paul's Church,
Pagets, by the RcvLd. J. L. B. Lough, Rector, JosEPH
L. TRIMINOHAM, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. J. U.
Trimingham, of Ingbl.-ood, dagets, Bermuda, to Lou-
ISA MARIA HARVEY, second daughter of the late 0.
Anglim Gilbert, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, also of Ber-
DIED, in New York City on the 6th Juie, the Rev.
JAMES ALBERT SMITH, assistant Minister in the
Church of St. John the Evangelist, in that City, aged
23 years. The deceased young Clergyman visited Ber-
muda with the late Rev. Dr. Lawrence, in the winter of
1879, and made many acquaintances, who sincerely
regret his early death.

A Special Meeting
Of the Royal Bermuda Yacht

This Day, Tuesday,
12th inst., at 4-30 p.m.,

fly order of the Commodore
lion. Secretary.

12th July, 1881.

' Royal -

8erinuda -


The Semi-Annual General Meeting,
Advertised to take place on Thursday last,
Thursday next,
S4-1fi istan-T,. t m

I n L'11 1JLnlU f" p.U P 11.
I am requested to g-ive i.)tico that at the Spe-
cial Geneaal Meeting A.dvertiseo to be held
TO-DJF at 4 30 pm.,
A motion will be made to postpone the meet-
ing to
at 5-30 p.m.,
As several members will be unable to attend
secretary .
12th July, 1881.

Valunible teuIa Estatec
In Paget Parish.


Public Auctio


On. Tuesday Next,
19th Inst. At 11 o'clock, a. m.
Parish containing 3,1 acres or therea-
bouts, bounded on the North by the Middle
Longitudinal Road, on the South by land of
the heirs or devisees of Thomas Edward Smith,
deceased, on the East by a Public Road or
Path, separating the said parcel of land from
the Globe land, and on the West by land in
the occupation of J. Esten Butterfield, with the
1Dwelling House
thereon. The land is subject to a
right of way near the Western boun-
dary. The conditions of Sale will be made
known at the Auction.
Further particulars may be obtained from
REeGIALD GRAY, Esquire, Hamilton.
A utioneer.
12th July, 18381.-2 3p


Gratifying Success!


Unable to

gain Admis-


Again To-Morrow,

13TI JULY, 1881,


SRIAGE BUILDER. !For Both Niahts.

Has resumed business in Reid Street, opposite
Harness J'aking Establishment,
(Down Stairs,)
And respectfully solicits a share of Public Pa-
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.

FAUGHABALLAH-a well known hunter
and charger.
ROYAL-a very good hunter, charger and
Lady's horse.
SELVAGEE-rna excellent harness horse.
Mileli Cow,
Just Calved.
Inquire of the Coachman at Mount Langton.
July 19, --
'" I

SBermuda Postage Stamps

St. George's.

Promptly attended to.
FICE, T. GEORGES, July 1), 1881.
William Athiill, 11; H Bully, Aliss S Cooper,
James Claike, Joseph L Ligh'hbouri, Alo Alsen
S(Brig Lucy), John Lan,b (St Davids Iland), Wm
ucker, (St. Davidl's), Brig Samuel Davis.

i Notice.

Advertised to tako place on 29th June, at R.
H. Duerden's having been postponed
To-morrow, Wednesday,
The 13th instant,
At the Western End of the Big Shed.
Hamilton, July If, 1881.

By Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock, M.,

On Thursday next,
The 14th Instant,
In the Spacious Rooms over Our Office,
a Large and general assortment
I _

a c rV Qo,
2 D Men's and Io:' CLOTHING
A large assortment o TINWAIIE
Plated and other CUTLEIRY
Ladies and Gents UMBRELLAS
Ladies and Gents HATS
A Fine assortment of
Student's and other LAMPS
2 New Sewing MACHINES
And a great many other Goods too numerous
to mention.
The above Goods must be sold and good
bargains may be expected.
B.W.WA -i & CO.,
i Auhioneers.

Hamilton, July 11, 181.



Are requested to meet at the Office of the
Company, St. George's,

The 23rd instant, at 12 o'clock, noon,
For the purpose of Electing OFFICERS for
the ensuing year, and transacting any other
business that may come before the meeting.
By Order of the Board of Directors,
St. George's, Bermuda, July 11, 1881.-2 3p

The LBernaa& Library,
27 Jane, 1881.
PERSONS are invited to forward to the LI-
- brarian at the Libr,.ry, the titles and
cost price of any Books recommended for im-
portation, with the publisher's names if known,
UV to the 1 6 Ah fuy n ct,
as the Trustees are about to send for new

3 3p

Honorary Secretary.

Williams 4' Company's
Grand W after Ixcarsion.

[JAVE for som e seen he seen the disadvantage
V 1 of the Inhabitants of Bermuda, from not
visiting their Beautiful and Picturesque Island,
take pleasure in informing the Public that they
have taken up the new an. elegant
Steamer Reliance,
For one trip round BERMUDA ISLAND)S,
On Th,,sJ ay, 21st July,
REFRESHMENTS of all kinds to be had on
board, free of charge.
Further particulars made known on applica-
tion to

St. Georges.
Leave Hamilton at 9 a.m., Southampton, 10
a.m., Somerset, (Pubic Wharf) at 11 a.m., St.
George's, at 12'30, p.m.
Families of 3 persons $5, (20/) 1 person
$2"50, (10/).
Parties intending to avail themselves of this
opportunity will please forward amounts, on or
before 17th inst.
Parties will please observe time of leaving
each place.
Hamilton, July 12, 18 1.-2

That large two-story

Situated on the corner of Church and Court
Streets liamiltn', i2 rooms with
Verandah cn botli strong s.
For particulars apply to
llamilton, July 12, Il81.-3p tf

At 12, noon,
On Friday, 15th Inst.,
(Uinlos- previously disposed of at private Salo)

In Warwick Parish,
(1rnrtaining thirt.'en Acres, more or less,
)o bmoided on the North, by the Sea; on
the South, by the :middle Longitudinal road;
on the East, by land known as Pitman's and
Pa'.ker's, (- ow occupied by Thomas Tucker),
raid on 'ihoe lst, y a Pbliic .ross road, and
by laud or Aloxiailer J. Frith; the said parcel
of Laud being intersected by the North Shore

Dwetlinff House
For fa'hvr p'fa"ti.ur- ;- to
'y order of the Mortgagees.
IT,.;:lton, 4th July, 1881.-2 3p

TIIE attention of the Public, especially that
of Business Men, is respectfully called to
the Sale of
Valuable Real Estate
In Warwick Parish,
Advertised elsewhere in this Paper to take

16th instant.
Much of the Land has a Southern aspect; the
soil is red earth with limestone bed and is well
calculated for farming. The Southern boun-
dary is the Middle Road, and on a corner lot
is a store erected to the wall plate, which would
be a very valuable spot for business purposes.
Is very commodious and airy, being situated
on the North Shore Road overlooking the pic-
turesque waters of Granaway's Deep, &c. It
has a large Tank and Outhouses attached.
The whole affords a rare chance for parties to
obtain a valuable Country Property within
easy distance of Hamilton.
for John F. Williams.
St. David's, 8th July, 1881.-11


Sale of Real

At Pulbic tuetion,
rJU tin. ...s ... i 0 c lO-^..1-K,

By His Ex'e7dcncy Maj.-General
. L ELaffan, FANY, R.E., K.C.M.Q., Gov.
Maj.-Genl., nor commander -n-
-in and o"ver these Islana,
Governor S Corn- tc., t &c.
mander-in- Chief.

.i d Lues, U- 1 CLOCK, > By His Ex -,eul '.,s O( ie n "
On Tuesday, 19th inst., R. E. WEBSTER,
S_ All that certain Store House, with 1 ... Colonial Secretary.
(f the lot of Land whereon it is built,
jlil Msituate and being at the Flatts Vil- TNofice to o R Tm h. '
large in Hamilton Parish in these i t
Islands, bounded Southierly by the HIigh Road -- '.
leading through the Flatts' Village; VNotherl.y.r .AZT O= 7 IO3m'3 '"I.O.T :-
by the Waters, of t!e .Flatts Hlarbour, lWesterly.
by land of Benj,- Payntor, and Easterly by .
laid of tihe Heirs or Devisoos of Augustus .t -*
Poniston, deceased. TENDERS wil be roc -i )Y:\ .ythe
, THOSE. J. WADSON, i RECEIVE GENERAL, at his Offi-e, uAtil
Auctioneer. m TT T- CQ1 -T t'

Hamilton, 4th July, 1881.--3 3p

h''L I A .

at Noon, ... .
The 9th A agst nexv,
From Persona de~,roao of Contri ting to sup-

Suitable Boats,
Properly manned and equipped, for theo ise of
the HEALTn OFFICEll at Htamilton, for .three
years, to commence on the first of ',..L.:',c
next. '
Security in the smua of 25 will be required
for the due performance of. the Contract,.c
Forms of Tender may. be seen on. .applica-
tion to the Undersigned. -
Receiver General's Office, 5 3p.
I July 7th, 1881.
I 12th, 19th, 26th July; 2nd and Oth August.


Iy Order of the Mortgagee,.
y T? Tov. O FJ. Heney,

I the 20th July next, at 12 o'clock, noon,
ALL that small ISLAND in Sandy's Parish,
called DANIEL'S ISLAND, and also
all that parcel of LAND, in the same Parish,
estimated to contain 7 acres, bounded on the
North, East and West by the Sea, and on the
South, by Land now or late in the occupation
or possession of Anne Burrows, Catherine
Burrows and Jane Burrows.


Terms and (
at the Auctior

Hamilton, 25t

W'n POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, Lith July, 1881.
George B Aikin, J De Silva Amnral, Alick An-
DERMUDA OTATOES. derson, J S Bassett, Benj Bearr, Edgar J tBurg ss,
ake ,Mrs. Ellen Butterfield, Miss Alice Butterfield,
Highest market price will be paid this week. Maria Bowell,, Margaret Bean, G A Bittcefittid,
SW.T. JAMES, M Jose Silvieri de Brown. Jbroz Batase4b, ) D
r. Rosa Buttencourt, Dudley Cox, WS Crawiford,.Mjas
42 Front Street. B Coal, Edward D Cars, James J Cree, Al'tonio.da
July 11, 1881.-1 pd Sousa Cequiora, Miss Frances Cox. GUeo DoShb.ld,
J DeSilva, George Darrell, Albert Darnill, iss Kate
Darrell, John Emmanuelson, Geo Freemain, Rev E
I JA Foggo, DD (3), Capt. John J F Grani,Miss Sar;h
Harvey, Mrs Joseph Wond lngh.,n, 'apt.George S
SKnight, Emma Jacksor, J Jone -, Ly.ia CQalI (caro
rE HE Undersigned hereby gives notice that of Mrs. Jeffry Jones), W H L'ghtl.ourf, Charles
' his Wife J.ANE SA1RAH ti.IRN,'CK has Latham, Peter Morrry, Mrs Ann Moti, .-Grore. J
left her ho0ne without any .jrst provocation, and MouCton, Lui J.rse ie Majwhra, Capt Janw.s Parka
that he will not therefore be responsible for any (4), J W Richudson, Mr. lobepson Tt:omana S
DEBTS contracted by her; and further, th,At he R3eid, John Smith, Christian Snith, Miss F E
will prosecute y pr or ns nown to Steward, Sama J Smith, Mare Swan, J 1L Smith
will prosecute ary person or pysJ s knowE to of Rrig It Trowbridgt,, lPeter J h, Thomrs D
harbour or employ the s.tid JANE SARAH s tone, Miss J Stonobank, Mts Martha tucker, Alice
HA ILNACK. Tucker (5), Henry Th-M tucker, J B Tucker, Wpi
H HENRY HARNACK. H Trott, B S Warren, Mis. John Wildey,' Doaiid
Prospect, July 12, 1881.-3 pd Washington, Crofton S Whitter, W T Willia'm.

WV iram. .itu ". .,/ .
)welling House, ALL PERSONS to whom, the undersigned
!A" may be Indebted to 30th June, 1881, are
ES and APPURTENANCES. requested to forward Bill of aine not. later
Conditions of Sale made known than 15th instant. Persons' Indeb1ted toi.1im
n. are requested to make settlement of same by
S. BROWNLOW GRAY, 15th inst. ALBET I .
For the Mortgagee. ALBEJT "ILIS.
h June, 1881.-4 3p St. George's, 5th July, 1881.

Y_ -- -


P Droclamation.
W HEREAS information hai. reached ME,
DER-IN'-CIIIEF, aforesaid, that YELLOW
FEVER lhas appeared in, the Colony of DE-
MERARA and in the Island of BARBADOS,
I do therefore, Ly virtue of the power and
authority in Mo vested by an Act of the Le-
gislature of these Isl nds, entitled An Act
regulating Quarantine," and by and with the
advice and consent of, Her Majestv's Council
for these Islands, he-:r'y issue this MY PRO-
CLAMATION, and do hereby mnako known.
that the said Colony of DEMiERARA and the
Island of DARBADOS are infected places
within the me inning of the said Act. :
And I do here'by strictly charge and com-
mand all Pilots going on board or taking
charge of any Vewrel arriving at these Islands
from the aforesaid Colony of DEMERARA
-and Island of BARBADOS, forthwith to con-
duct the same to some one of the Quarantine
Stations prescribed by the above named Act,
there to remain until she shall be visited by
the Health Officer, who shall thereupon give
such orders and directions as the circumstan-
ces of each case may justify hnd to his said
Office may appertain.
Given under my Hand and the
Great Seal of. these. Islands
this eighth day of July, A.D.,
1881, and in tie' 44th' year
of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command, -
i Colonial Secretary.
llTHJULY, 1881.
APPLICATIONS will be received, at the
Colonial Secretary's Office until

Monday Next,
The 18th inst., at 12. o'clock,
From Persons desirous to be :ppoinitid to the
i Office of

Clerk to the Colonial
Applicants will be required to .prove' that
they write a ;nd legible hand-Zthat they
can write correctly from diotatim -aaid that
they are well acquainted w#th all the' ordinary
rules of arithmetic, and the elements'of geo-


ixryrinT7 rnTTo



From te Lordan Times, June 7. must wait to be removed by onterorising tiwn---peo- thun is to be found here.
1ER11UDA. I pie of the next generation. In April, 1879, a large How often in wandering along the shore does one
(IAUDA.C ship laden with grain, took fire at the quay. She come upon the very sceue itself! There, within a
(FROK AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT. I was towed some 600 yards out into the harbour stone's-throw, is the reef where the ship struck, and
The traveller bound for Bermuda, via Halifax or and scuttled. And there she remained for a year here the, sheltered bay and Prospero's Cave, and
New York, who attempts to find out from his fellow and a half before an attempt to remove her was made, Miranda's bower, and yonder the yellow sands to
passengers what sort of place it is to which he is her masts and rigging standing high out of the water, which Ferdinand was led by the mysterious song of
going will soon find it best to drop the subject and and the grain rotting in the hold, poisoning air and Ariel; on either hand, a rugged, rocky coast, tumb-
leave his own experience to decide for him. He water with a foul stench such as can only be imag- ling in picturesque ruins into the sea. Many other
will probably find that most of those on board know ined by those who know what the smell of sulpbu- details too, would the scene-painter find, and could
nothing about the islands, and that many betray the retted hydrogen is, an eyesore to all beholders, and he faithfully portray it, the scene woald surely be
great uncertainty as to their locality. The Brit- a fitting monument to the apathy of the corporation, pronounced by all who saw it a very beautiful one
ish officers returning thither from leave of absence If 50 cartloads of broken glass were upset in indeed.
have heavy looks, like schoolboys going back to market-place or in the principal thoroughfare, it is -- -
school. "I is exceedingly hot in the summer and doubtful whether any one would offer the slightest C O OX OTi &
abominably dull all the year round,". says one remonstrance in this stronghold of nonchalance. vCh's. "VOO(W 1orth &
SThere is nothing to shoot, nowhere to ride, the The barracks are built on the crest of the ridge at -
fishing is poor, and the boating monotonous," says the back of the town, the garrison consisting of three LO8
another. "It is very depressing; everything is or four companies of infantry, two batteries of 22 Fulton Street, New York.
dreadfully dear; the servants are very troublesome artillery, and some engineers. In proximity to the
and ask enormous wages : and the houses all swarm lines are several forts of considerable strength, with ON:4i(4 NM;'Ni'S OF' PRODI)UC solicited
with cockroaches and moths and mosquitoes. The heavy guns, commanding the only passage by which to .bove Address arnl Hihot Market
-damp ruins all your clothes, and you cannot keep a ships can approach the dockyard, owing to the reefs Rates, ;- ante,.l. Saie p ,aid in !3:;rnuda or
a silk dress or a pair of kid gloves for a month but which surround the islands and form a very efficient New at paper's 1 oo.
they become all limp and spotted." Such is the first line of defence against a hostile fleet. T Th drsiged will tw be ,.' pared to
kind of news the ladies have to give. If you turn channels, which are buoyed, are within ,000 yardsas usual ie ea-
to the ancient mariner, the captain's friend, who has of the guns, apd can only be entered by daylight. purchase PR i E as usual the Sea-
visited every port in this watery planet, and who is The troops are well housed and generally healthy, R onoaccount of Messrs. C. P. W. & Co.
crossing the Atlantic for his fiftieth, or, it may be, but occasional cases of typhoid fever and diphtheria STENrCI l 1 PLATE- furnished on application
his hundred and fiftieth time, you will not get much attest the lurking dangers of the sanitary-'or rather F. D. S. NA S H,
information from him beyond the fact that the con- unsanitary-arrangements of the town. Yellow feverI
sumption of liquor at Bermuda is such as to prove it formerly the dire scourge of this place, hbas not appear- No. 4 Front Street.
in his opinion, the most thirsty spot inhabited by ed here these last 17 years, and if the quarantine ilamiltou, Feby. 28, 1881.-tf
men; and that if a ship in distress is compelled to regulations are enforced by future governors with
put in for repairs at Hamilton or St. George's, she the same firmness as they are by the present one,
will be treated by the inhabitants thereof in much it is not likely to break out. Still, to keep troops for
the same manner as a fly caught in a spider's web is more than two years in Bermuda can hardly be *. -_^, f
treated by the spider. At last an American gentle- desirable, for when everything has been said in favor
mar who has visited the islands for the winter of the climate the fact remains that the summer is very THIE U DER SIG. ED
months with his family will give a more favorable enervating and depressing, and that the monotony Will give his personal attention to the forward-
opinion : Well. Sir, it is a lovely spot, and the of the soldier's life will for the whole time be un- ing of
climate is magnificent, but the Bermudians don't broken. He hears but little of the outer world, P
know how to turn it to account. Now, if it belong. and that little but once a fortnight, and, in spite of B erm uda
ed to us, I reckon we could improve it. There's a occasional theatricals and sports, it is dull, woefully
lot of money in those islands, but the people have dull, for him in this land, where all things always 'pO Tp1E NEW YORK MARKET
no enterprise and they don't understand their seem the same." During this Season,
resources." And you are comforted by the reflec- The dockyard is at the western extremity of the All necessary information will be given to
tion that a lovely spot with a magnificent climate islands, about 26 miles distant by road from St. Geo- All necessary information will be given to
does undeniably possess some advantages over ges. Along the whole way are built the small white Planters on application.
London in November. The Bermudas extend for buildings which pass for farmhouses, with rough gar- W.H. P E NEST ON,
about 25 miles from east to west in the form of an dens of roses and geraniums and patches of cultivated 46 & 47 Front Street,
irregular horseshoe, and vary from a quarter of a land attached to them, in which the staple productsamil 46 & 47 Fron t Street,
mile to a couple of miles across from north to south, of the colony are raised. The fields, which are very a
presenting when viewed from the sea a chaiin of low small, are protected from the prevailing winds by Alpri 5, 1881.-tf
wooded hills rising at the highest point hardly more high hedges of oleander, which grows in great pro-
than 300ft. above the water. There are a great fusion, and puts forth masses of bloom during the PER SONS DESIROUS OF
number of islands, or rather islets, in the group, spring and summer. The hibiscus and poinsettia, too, Jffjp i
but the total area of the land is only 12,400 acres, grow to perfection and form pretty jewels in the S IN
and of this the main island has near 10,000 acres; dark vesture with which the hill sides are clad, SH-P N
St. George's the next in size, is 700 acres in extent, The crops consist of arrowroot, potatoes, onions. D Mi
and the remainder rapidly diminish size from 500 and tomatoes,. and afford a sufficient income to an .
aeres to as many square feet. The land generally agricultural population as industrious as can be To the Consignment of
is covered with small cedar trees, from the midst of expected in so dreamy a climate. Nine-tenths of T & 00.,
which peep out the white houses of the farmers, the produce are exported to the United States and
but the forest is stunned in growth, owing to the scarcely a twentieth part finds its way to Great NEW YORK,
shallowness of the soil, and it is only in the valleys Britain. The total value of the crops exported has Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
and hollows that timber of even moderate size is to for the last few years averaged between 60,000 render them every facility forgso doing.
be seen. and 70,000 annually. In 1879 the amounts and
The population is. rather more than 12,000, of values of the principal exports were according to SAM A. M A S E RS.
whom at least two-thirds are colored persons, and The Bermuda Almanac,' as follows :-Potatoes February 22, 1881.--tf
this Proportion, it need scarcely be said, is not con. (barrels), 31,275, value 26,785; onions (boxes)
duchve t modern ideas of progress or improvement. 173,566 value 31,578, tomatoes (boxes), 64,732 LL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils,
Te whites, among whom are representatives of value, 4,862; arrowroot21,346 lbs value 1,317., LL who wish to have their Kitchen Utensils,
several good old English families, are moat of them When it is remembered that there are less than AoBath Tubs, Windows, Brass Work, and
engaged in business transaction with New York, 3 000 acres of land under cultivation, this most Wood Work, clean and Bright, should use the
and they enjoy the reputation of being able to hold be admitted to be a very great return, and a suffi- scouring, Cleaning and Polishing Soap, PRIDE
their wn even with the most acute speculators in cient proof of the wonderful fertilily of thq soil. OF TiHE KITC~ EN. Ask for Pride of the
that market. The revenue of the colony appears to be generally Kitchen" Soap.
Nevertheless, whether it be from lack of sufficient about 27.000. For the 5 ear ending March 31, 1879,
capital, or from the ill-proportioned mixture of the it was 27,279. Of this 12,874 was derived from H.K. & F. B. T U R B E R & C .,
races, or from a certain littleness of mind in perhaps wine, spirits, andbeer, and a very large portion of it New York, April 20, 1881. Proprietors.
excusable compatibility with the littleness of their eame, no doubt, from the pockets of the officers and
country, they certainly appear deficient in one thing men of Her Majesty's services. o l
reedful. What is called public spirit is here, if not Hamilton lies at the head of a very pretty harbor, 1
entirely unknown, at any rate a plant of such very studded with many islands, and has a respectable .
tslw growth, that it is hand to discern any evidence quay, some tolerable thoroughfares, and a few good .
of its vitality. They maintain that Bermuda should houses and well-kept gardens. Not that it is by
be the Madeira of America, and so they believe it any means a tidy or well-kept town; it is only in
wi be some day; and they admit that before this comparison with St. George's that it can be com- .
can be brought 'about, aood houses must, be built, mended. About half a mile out is Mount Langton, 9 3
and the roads improved, and above all, ships .with the residence of the Governor, who has exhibited
tolerable speed and decent accommodation must be a striking instance of what can be done here in the 5.
provided to run between New York and Hamilton. way of landscape gardening with proper care and
Blt who is going to attempt any part of this enter. judgment. At Hamilton, too, is the one good hotel
prise themselvess ? 'Their great grand children. of which Bermuda can boast, kept by an American, o
The distance from Halifax to Bermuda is, 730 who in the summer closes it and migrates to the
miles, and from New York 670 miles. The nearest White Mountains, where he manages another similar ll
land Cape Hatteras, in North Carolina, is 580 miles establishment. A good number of Americans, .
distant. The two ports, Hamilton and St. George's, mostly of the fair sex, visit this place during the ig
which a good many o your readers have never even winter, deriving, it is to be hoped, as much benefit I
heard of, each contain about 2,000 inhabitants. The from the climate themselves as they afford pleasure
mail .steamer from New York comes to Hamilton to the English, officers, whose dances and picnics i L ad
once a fortnight, and that from Halifax calls at St. are graced and enlivened by their presence. And ') 6
George's once a month on her way to Jamaica. the climate is, indeed, one worth seeking. Mar- /
passengers from Halifax enjoy the advantage of veil, in his pretty P' Emigrant's Song," described g
making the voyage in a very comfortable and well. it as eternal spring, and he was not very far wrong. ,
found unard steamer, farpreferable to the boats on With the exception of the months from July to F L E T,
the New York line,which frequently take four days October, it is very charming indeed-soft, sunny, SPL, En MAET
to make less than 700 miles. It was my fortune and breezy, never cold at any time. But there are SPAIN, ITALY, DENMARK,
to come from Halifax; and as on a bright, delicious days in summer that have to be gasped through and EGYPT, FRANCE, HOLLAND,
morning in early spring, the ship steamed through nights when mosquitoes and other obnoxious insects CANADA, ENGLAND, HIELVETIA,
the narrow channel which forms the entrance to St. are multiplied and their appetites increased when GREECE THE QUEEN, ERIN.
George's Harbour, a scene of extreme beauty dir. the atmosphere is hot and sultry, and will not cause
pellet the many wretched memories of stormy days a leaf to vibrate, and' Shakespeare's allusion to -
and nights that had passed since leaving Liverpool. the still-vexed Bermoothes" comes to mind PROPOSJED SAILINGS,
The wooded islets between which the waterway with fresh force. Yet, upon the whole, it is pro- (Subject to Change.)
winds give the harbour the appearance of being bably unsurpassed by any climate in the world, -- g.
landlocked, as, indeed, it practically is. There is and without doubt for a man who hates fog and LIVERPOOL LINE.
nothing bold or magnificent in the scenery, but there frost to be transported to Bermuda for a couple of
is a bewitching softness, yet richness, in the coloring months in the middle of a British winter, it would From Liverpool. To Liverpool.
of land and wood and water that makes the land- be bliss indeed. Equally without doubt, a far _
sape such an one as fancy would weave for children greater number of persons would avail themselves Egypt, Wed. June 22 Sat. July 9, 3 p.m.
in their dreams of fairyland. The sea is of that of the natural advantages of Bermuda if only it were Erin, 29 16, 9 a.m.
transparent clearness that enables the eye to dis- easier of access. Faster steamships from New York Helvetia, July 6 23, 3 p.m.
inuish objectsa many feet below the surface. It is are promised, it is true; but somehow people do Spain, 13 30, 7'30 a.m.
brilliantly blue, here the color of turquoise, now not seem much comforted by the promise, and they Italy, 20 Aug. 6, 2 p.m.
lsuming a deeper shade, and anon wearing a par. will refuse to be comforted until some day, to their. England, 27 18, 7-30 a.m.
pie hue, according as it flows over the white sand amazement, a mail steamer shall reach Hamilton in Egypt, Aug. 3 20, 2 p.m
or the reefs which lies scattered beneath. Then, two da ys from New York instead of four. What Erin, 10 27, 6-30 a.m.
again. will the darkersbades be dashed with streets charm here is iu Bermudian scenery-and it must Elelvetia, 17 ." Sept. 3, 12.30 p.m.
of emerald-coloured water, from which diamonds be admitted that until the senses are somewhat dull- Spain, 24 10, 6-30 a.m.
seem to rise and sparkle for a moment in the sun. ed by becoming long accustomed to it, the charm is Italy, 31 17, 1230 p.m.
shine. In ruth the coloring of these waters is very great-is derived more from the colouring of England Sept. 7 24, 5'30 a.m.
beautiful beyond description, and the impression the sea than from the conformation of the land Egypt 14 "Oct. 1, 11 a.m.
produced on the mind by the first sight of them There is, in fact, a Bermuda under the sea as well yLONDON L IN I
cannot be forgotten after the lapse of many years, as above it, for the reefs with which the harbours NDO LI c.
Unfortunately, however, another impression of a and the ocean for some miles out abound, seem like From London. To London.
different character will nrobablv last eaually loni, submarine gardens, so rich and varied are the colors -

and it is that produced on landing at St. George's. they display. Beautiful indeed, is the vision here *France, Wed. June 22 Wed. July 13, 3-30 p.m
This town, which till 1815 was the capital of the revealed of the wonders of the great deep. As you Canada, 29 20, 12-30 p.m.
colony, is built on the island of that name, the east- sail over theseowaters you can look down into coral Holland, July 6 27, 5-30 a.m.
ernmost of the group. It is picturesque enough rockeries all overgrown with various seaweed and *Denmark, 13 Aug. 3, 10-30 a.m.
When viewed from the harbour, rising as it does shells, now rising almost to the surface, now falling The Queen, 20 10, 5 a.m.
somewhat abruptly from the water's edge but on a in abrupt descent many fathoms down. Here to, Greece, 27 17, 11 a.m.
closer inspection it turns out to be a wretched place. are seen the angel-fish, those gems of the ocean with *France, Aug. 3 24, 5 a.m.
The streets are mere lanes without footways, as scales as beautiful as peacock's feathers. Along the Canada, ," 10 31, 9-30 a.m.
untidy and ill-kept as an Asiatic bazaar. The houses, coast are numerous caverns, in which, when the Holland, 17 Sept. 7, 3 p.m.
the walls and roofs of which are whitewashed, are tide is low, strange monsters are to be found, as *Denmark 24 14, 9-30 a.m.
built anyhow, anywhere, and might have tumbled strange as any in our aquaria. But the most beau- The Queen. 31 21, 3 p.m.
into their places through the action of an tiful cave of all is approached by a path which leads *' ho Steamers France and Denmark will
earthquake so far as appearances go. There is no from the shore through a tangle thicket and along Pas ers
water supply and there is no drainage. Each house a narrow passage through the rocks into a chamber not cary Passengers.
has its own tank, in which rain water is col. like in shape to the chapter-house of a cathedral, Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
leeted from the roof in sufficient quantities with numberless stalactites adorning the roof, and pool $60 to $70.
generally for necessary purposes; and it has its the whole reflected in water as clear as crystal. To London direct, $50 to $60.
own pit. into which refuse is flung. The The poet Moore, who resided at Walsingham, in Excur-ion Tickets $110 to $120 Liverpool.
whole place swarms with fowls, a family of Bermuda, where his house and his calabash tree $100 to $110 London.
which is to be seen at the back, if not at the front are still pointed out, is no doubt in error when he Steerago pas-age 626.
of every house, enjoying the privilege of cackling tells us that the scene of the Tempest is laid in For further information apply at the Corn-
and crowing all day, and, bad luck to them! all night these islands, for the only passage in the play in For further information apply at the Coadway
too, to their own heart's content, and to the agony which any allusion is made to them marks them, ny's s. 6, 71 & 73 Broadway
of the stranger whose lot it may be to sojourn within indeed, as one of Ariel's remote haunts, but in no New York. ,
earshot of them. There is not a street that is not way connects them with the shipwreck, which must F. W. J. H URST,
full of holes, and that has not broken bottles, old have been on gn island in the Mediterranean. And
am pots, fragments of crockery, and odds and ends yet, so far as scenery goes, it would be hard to Manag er.
brown about it. If a wall falls down, the rubbish imagine anymore appropriate to that exquisite play New York, June 15, 1881.


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