BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 32--Vol. IVIZ STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS a2s. per Ams
Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .Iusust 9, 1881.
Proceedings of-the Honorable Legislative
tseaday, 2nd August, 1881.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Wm. H. Gosling,
James H. Trimlngham,
1 James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
A Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the fill-
Ing of vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices in these Is-
lands, was brought up from the House of Assem-
bly and read a first time.
The Resolve for resuming the balance of the sum
granted for the removal or destruction of the
"Carolina Z.," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the .Resolve without
The House adopted the Report.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling presented a Petition
from Osmond B. Outerbridge, praying for a reim-
bursement of the amounts expended by him in the
purchase and attempts to raise the sunken vessel
"Carolina Z.," lately his property, which vessel
was destroyed in St. George's Harbor for the Pub-
A Petition from Messrs. J. T. Darrell & Co.,
Managers of the Hamilton Coal Association, pray-
ing for a remission of the duty paid by them on
Coal imported, for reasons stated.
The Resolve for paying the sum of 60 for the
general purposes of the Bermuda Library,
The Bill entitled An Act relating to certain
money in the Public Treasury arising from the sale
of Glebe'Land in Pembroke Parish," were several-
ly read the third time and passed, and ordered
to be laid before His Honor the Acting Governor
by the Hon. R. E. Webster.l
The following Message from His Excellency the
Governor was delivered by the Hon. James
-R. M. LAFFAN,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
With reference to the Governor's Message No. 9,
to the Honorable the Legislative Council, dated 3rd
June, 1881, recommending" that the Legislature
should make provision for the appointment of an
additional attendant for the Lighthouse at Mount
Hill on St. David's Island-as the Light House
Commissioners considered that the appointment
of an additional attendant was necessary to ensure
the proper working of the Light. The Governor
has the honor to inform the Honorable the Legis-
lative Council that, with a view to satisfying him-
self as to whether the need of an additional attend-
ant at this Light House might be due in any way
to any defect in the mechanism or in the construc-
tion of the Lights, he requested Captain Barnard-
iston, R.N., in charge of Her Majesty's Dockyard,
to be good enough to authorize Mr. Lloyd, the Su-
perintending Engineer of the Dockyard, to examine
the Machinery and Lights and report thereon.
Mr. Lloyd found some trifling defects in the
machinery arising chiefly from the cupped leathers
attached to the piston having become too weak
from loss of elasticity due to the effect of climate,
the weakness causing a leakage in the piston
cylinder which rendered it necessary to wind up
the machinery every 45 minutes, but Mr. Lloyd
added that from the general appearance of the
Lamps and Machinery he was of opinion that they
had received every care and attention on the part
of the attendants.
On receiving this information from Mr. Lloyd
the Governor communicated with the Light House
Commissioners and he is informed by them that I
they have sent to England to request Messrs.
Chance, Brothers and Co., who supplied the Ma-
chinery and the Lamps to be good enough to send
out a new pinion for winding up the Lamp and
some new cupped leathers, and the Commissioners
add that they expect the articles to arrive here
some time in December next.
The Governor however has no hesitation in stat-
ing his opinion that the need of a third attendant
at the St. David's Light House is not due to any
defect in the'working of the machinery but that it
arises simply from the impossibility of ensuring
with only two attendants that constant and vigilant
attention to the working of the Light which is
absolutely necessary to ensure its efficiency.
The Governor has the honor to remind the Hon-
orable the Legislative Council that this Colony
raised a Revenue of 1017 11/8 from Light Dues on
Shipping during the twelve months ending 31st
March last and that during the same twelve months
the expenditure of the Colony for salaries, supplies
and maintenance of buildings did not exceed 700.
The Governor is of opinion that it would be a
judicious measure to devote some of the surplus
revenue thus raised to providing for the constant
and perfect working of the Light without which
the value of the new Light House would be very
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
1st August, 1881.
Adjourned to Friday next, the 5th instant, at
11*30 a. m.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THI
A 1 *
be held at TEMPERANCE HALL,
11 lth proximo, at 7'30 p.m.
By Qrder of the President,
WM. H. T. JOELL,
Secty. H. C. A.
19th July, 1881.
DR. E. R. MERCER,
Has removed his Office to the premises of Mrs.
B. H. Young, Reid Street, Hamilton, recently
occupied by Dr. Theodore Outerbridge, V.q.
Office Hours 10 to 12-2 to 5.
Will visit St. George's professionally on Satur-
days. Office at McCallan & Co. Residence
llerrington Place, Hamilton Parish.
August 2, 1881.
And about three Roods of LANI) in Paget
Parish; bounded Northerly and Easterly by
Lands of the Estate of the Late John N. H.
White; Southerly by the Main Road and WVest-
erly by a Public Cross Road.
M. S. HUNT,
1st August, 1881. Hamiltor
S. .. Canton 4 Son,
Watch Repairers and Jew sellers
1EG to inform the Public that they intend
3 carrying 'on their business in their Shop
recently occupied by the late MR. BARTHOL.O-
MEW, Parliament Street, opposite the Post
WATCIIES, CLOrKS, JEWELLERY,
PLATE AND PL\rTEDI)-WARE, Musical
BOXES and INSTRIITMENTS Repaired at
Gold and Silver Finger Rings and Ear Rings
made to order.
All work done by them warranted to give
Slamilton, May 21st, 181.
WHEELWRIGHT & CAR-
RI AGE BUILDI)'R..
FRED. J. S WA./V,
Has resumed business in Reid Street, opposite
Harness Making Establishment,
And respectfully solicits a share of Public Pa-
Hamilton, July 12, 1881.
A Full Weight, Pure Condensed
WE offer, under the above brand, a full
weight, pure, natural milk, condensed by
evaporation, and granulated sugar added in order
to perfectly preserve. Five (5) parts of water
added to one of milk will reduce it to the aver-
age standard of Orange County milk. Every can
is warranted. There can be no better Condensed
Milk than The Pearl, but it will be sold on the
principle that low prices combined with good
quality and honest weight, command the trade.
Price per single case 48 16-oz. cans is $3.
Price per single case, 48 8-oz. cans, is $3-75.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & CO.,
Sole Agents, New York.
1 Superior Bay -
Ui e ra
16*.2 hanmds wi'll dia ou ve r a ton wei lht readilv
-....- -.. 1 Brown MARE, 16 hands, suitable for any
FO RE NT "E. work
JO JLR I 1 Bay MULE, a capital worker
-- 1 BUGGY, Leather Top, to seat two persons
Cg4s^' % e a ,2 2DRAYS 1 Box CART
u.S V 2 Sets Cart HARNESS
RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY 1 Set Buggy ilARNESS
I Piece St.INF, :30 fathoms long, 9 feet deep,
Mr. W. Stanley Whitter, th inch Mesh (but little used)
(Next West of the Royal Gazette" Office) The above are offered at low figures in con-
1S FORf I E.rT' sequence of the illness of th. Owner.
SAppljy, after 7th Instant, to SAIMUI1-, I A.
Immediate possession given. MASTERS, Esqr., Hamilton, or at the Farrm
Apply at the Office of this Paper. of C. H. NASH, Southampton.
Hamilton, July 26, 1881. 1st August, 1881.-2 pd
? Electro.Plating and
'IlE Undersigned has for so:me time past
made a study of the above art as an
amusement. The apparatus for the work beinr,
somewhat expensive, he is willing to execute
Orders for any one requiring such work.
Table Forks, Spoons,
and other Plated-ware that has become worn
can be related at considerably less cost than
sendi-'g it away and thlus many an article of the
kind that has become useless, can be made as
good as new. Jewellery can he gilded, coloredor
silvered if required.
All Orders left at Nos. 46 and 47 Front
Street, Hamilton, will be promptly executed
and samples of work may be seen there.
'H. A. GRANTHAM,
At Nos. 46 and 47 Front Street,
August 1, 1881.-3
FROM PURE IHIN
CAN be used under all circumstances without
thb 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 furnish Ice
at Depot, Burnaby Street, from 6a.m., to 6 p.m ,
daily. Sunday from 9 a. in., to 10 a.m. Dle-
livered in Hamilton uand vicinity from 8 a.m,, 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 deliver
Ice at my manufactory at any hour, day or night,
Being a Home Industry respectfully asks a
continuance of the Public Patronage.
Hamilton, May 31st, 1881.
B. E. Smith,
0 NT 3Z 17 1 MA 7,
I Eds PECTFULLY informs the Public that
she is now prepared to wount hair comb-
ings, such as Braids, Finger Puffs, Curl-, &c.
Having received by Ceto" from Nassau,
A Choice Assortment (f SIlELL', is prepared
to make up CO')OSS <'W, .JEWVLLIEIY,
ASKE'TS, BR II)AL WREATlIS, NECK-
SAll Orders left at Mr. Smith's Store, op-
posite ihe Commissariat Department, will meet
with prompt attention.
June 21st, 1881.-3 months
T Fo Lease for a term of
TII' AT Delightfully Situated MAN-
SSION in Southampton, on the G(reat
Sound, known ,as Glasgow LodZe" with the
surrounding I ANV), of which about eight
Acres are ARiAItIlE ; together with a COT-
TAGE and STORE, and other out Buildings,
well adapted for a boarding house. The main
Building has eleven rooms upstairs, with a corri-
dor the whole length, and thirteen roms below,
with Kitchen. A most healthy spot and conve-
nient for travelling by land or water, the mail
stage between Mangrove Bay (Somerset), and
thie town of lamilton passing the gate daily up
Apply on the Premises.
May 17, 1891l.-3m
TRAP, HIARNESS., .SADDLE
and Double Bridle.
Apply to DR. SEYMOUR, Hoaz.
July 26, 1881.
The Undersigned offers for Sal
2 BOX CARrTS,
1 Cart IIARNESS I Buggy DITTO
1 new double-horse hillside PLOUG H
1 good Substantial BUGGY
1 Good Sorrel
Warranted to be a splendid worker and to give
All will be sold on easy terms to approved
Apply at once to
July 19, 1881.
i HAMILTON, 30TH JULY, 1881.
j THE Undersigned, with the view of afford-
*-L ing some recreation during the two en-
suing Hot Months, have agreed to close their
respective places of Business ON EVERY
FRIDAY at 2 o'clock, p.m., from this date to
23rd September, inclusive :-
N. T. Butterfield & Daniel Trimingham,
Son, C. A. Jones,
J. H. Trimingham & Richard F. Cooper,
Sons, H. R. Hunt,
Lockward & Ingham, Alex. J. Frith,
E. B. Jones, A. H. Robinson,
Adelaide Hodsdon, Ebr. Bell,
per Fannie A. Zuill. W. H. Watlington,
Benj. P. Masters, D. E. Seon,
George Eve, C. H. Robinson,
R. H. Duerden, Samuel Nelmes,
A. Grantham, William Bluck,
W. S. Darrell, Samuel A. Masters.
Wines for the Season.
CLARET E Imported annually for 23
SAUTERNE years from same HIouse in
1)O Scharzburg Muscatel 1857
CHAMPAGNE (Moett & Chandon extra dry)
DO. St. Peray
SIIlRRY Fine Montilla
DO. Amontillado, 20 years in bottle
DO. MANZANILLA, 20 years in bottle
Hamilton and St. George's.
Established upwards of 50 years.
May 28th, 1881.
FOREST LAKE ICE COM-
Office at ICE IIOUSE, East Broadway.
'rHE SubscriLers would respectfully inform
the people of Hamilton and vicinity that
they are now prepared to attend to all Orders
for Ice in a first class manner and at the reason-
able price of Half-Penny per pound.
We will keep constantly on hand at the Ice
House of the late Captain Castner, East Broad-
way, a supply of ICE throughout the year for
the benefit of our Customers who may require
Ice during winter months.
By prompt attention to our customers and
strict attention to our business, we hope to re-
coive a share of the P'ublic patronage.
N.B.-ICE HOUSE open from 6 a.m. to 6
p.m. daily, Sundays excepted, when it will hbe
open from 7 to 8.
JO()H B. STAHL CO.,
East Boadway. IHamilton.
June 21st, 1881.-tf
To do general work. Liberal wages given.
Apply at once to
Manufacturer of Aerated Waters East
Broadway and Victoria Sts.
Hamilton, July 18, 1881.
She House and
25 JICRES OF LAND,
Lately occupied by the Revd. C: P. K. Coombe.
A Square PIANO FORTE by Collard & Col-
lard, made expressly for ihis climate.
And many Articles of Solid Mahogany and
Cedar Furniture are offered at Private Sale.
MRS. COOM BE,
On the Promises
Southampton, June 27th, 1881.-15
Robt. G. Lee & Co.,
Commission Merchants, ,
AJnd INSURANCE BROKERS,
18 Leadenhall Street, -
AND AT LLOYDS,
Personal attention given to Consignments of
Bermuda PRODUCE and the filling of Ber-
April 13, 1880.
D. V. S.,
VI TERINARY SURGEON,
Office and Residence Reid Street, Hamilton,
1)Iliee adjoining Ariry Pay Office.
Hours-8 to 10 a.m.; 3 to 6 p.m.
V\ ill Visit St. Georges Professionally
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Office at Mr. George Spurlings, Market Square.
Hamilton, November 8, 1880,
THE SUN MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
Incorporated by Act of the Dominion Parlia
S ment in 1865.
Authorised Capital .. .. $1,000,000
Deposited with l)ominion Govern-
ment for security of Policy. Hold- 56,000
Assets $3-04 to $1 Liability.
RELIABLE British Canadian Office, offer-
ing the advantages of a loel West India
Company, with the protection offere:l by Cana-
dian Laws, which lender the Policies virtually
THOMAS WORKMAN, DENT,
President Molson's J. M. C. DKLts Dtn-
Nf. It. GAULT. Presi.- I. MACAULAT.
dent Exch. Bank
This COMPANY is now granting to it.
West India and Bermuda Policy-holders the
privileges which it has for some time past be-
ing giving to those in Canada, which is an'
unconditional Policy, and is considered to be
the most liberal in the Dominion; it allows
the assured to engage in any occupation, or
reside in any part of the world without paying
extra; it is also indisputable on any ground
after being admitted by the Company.
P. B. TucKacR, M. D., R. GORHAM,
Medical Adviser, General Agent,
To all who suffer from Headache.
ELECTRIC HAIR BRUSH
Always on hand at the Store of
A. R. THOMPSON,
Hamilton, Feby. 7th, 1881.-tf
fMrs. RNebecs Nswan's
SC\AUR HILL, SOIRERItSIT
i RS. SWAN tenders her since thanks to
the Army, Navy, the American Visitorq
and to the Public generally, for the liberal pat-
ronage they have extended to her, and desires
to inform them that, with a view to their comfort
she has improved her accommodations by add-.
ing several bed-rooms to her house.
Scuar Hill, Somerset, 25th April, 1881.
Received ex Plambo-
At the Royal Gazette Stationery Store,
A further Supply of the
Revised Version -of tM
Late Editions of the
BY recent Instructions from the Marine
mB Boards of Underwriters of New York
Boston, Philadelphia, &c., I am notified that i'.
accordance with the Policies of Insurance now
issued, it is imperative that all PIilla and Con-
tracts for the repairs and expenses on Vessels
and Cargoes arriving at these Is!ands under
disaster must be examined and approved by me
as to quantities, prices, &c., and I hereby give
notice of the same so that all parties interested
therein may govern themselves accordingly.
Sole Resident Agent of Underwriter,
of New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c.
Sr. George's, Bermuda, 14th Feby., 1881.
Hhds., Half Hhds, and Sixth
From the Celebrated Brewery of
Messrs. LAND SON & COQ.
ARMY AND NAVY BREKW lRS.,
Is now placed at prices to Cash Customers to
For Sale by
A. J. RICHARDSON,
St. George's, Bermuda,
January 18, 1881.-3m 3p, 9m I-p.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY RBiPORT OF TILE WEATHER at
Gibbs' Hill Light Station at Bermuda, between the
31st July, and 7t h August 1881, height above the sea
where the Register is kept, being 243 feet.
s0 General Remarks.
30"170 0-00 Fine
30,130 0-00 Fine
30-090 0-00 Fine
30*084 0-00 Fine
30-140 0-00 Fine
30*150 0-00iFine [thunder
30-130 0-021Thick, cloudy,
Hamilton, august 9, 1881.
Proceedings ol the Honorable Legislative
Friday, 5th August, 1881.-Pursuant to adjoui n-
ment the House met.
' Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chiel Justice ;
The Honorable A. J. Musson,
Win. H. Gosling,
James H. Trmingbam,
66 James Tucker, Recr. Genl.,
R. E. Webster, Col. Secty.
The Resolve for resuming the balance of the sum
granted for the removal or destruction of the
" Carolina Z," was read the third time and passed,
and ordered to be laid before His Honor the Act-
ing Governor by the Hon. R. E. Wtbster.
The Bill entitled "An Act to provide for the
filling of vacant Ecclesiastical Benefices in these
Islands," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Heon. J. H. Triminghaml in the Chair.
The following amendment was proposed and
unanimously agreed to:-
Clause 2, line 8, after the words "or Living"
strike out all the words down to the word and
on the 16th line.
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the said
men dment, which was adopted by the House.
And it was ordered that the Bill be returned to
the House of Assembly with a Message requesting
their concurrence in the said amendment--the
same to be delivered by the Hon. R. E. Webster
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Assembly ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to, re.
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act to provide for the filling of vacant
Ecclesiastical Benefices in these Isands," and to
request the concurrence of your Honorable House
in an amendment which the Council deem expe
dient to be made thereto- a copyof which amend.
meant is delivered herewith.
Council Chamber, 5th August, 1881.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, the 9th instant, at
Abstract of Me Proceedings of the Honofrale
House of Assembly.
Friday, 5th August, 1881.-The Attorney General
Introduced a Bill to amend the Act to provide for
the Salaries of the Colonial Secretary and his Clerk
-which was read a first time.
The Petition of the managers of the Coal Asso-
clation, relating to a refund of duty on certain Coal
-was read and Committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Cooper moved that the Prayer of the Petition
be granted-which was affirmed.
Ayes 20 -Messrs Speaker, S C Bell, F M Cooper,
N J Darrell, T N Dill, W J Frith, E H Gosling,
8 A Harvey, A J Hodadon, C C Keane, W S Mas-
ters, S A Masters, T W Mercer, A M Oudney, S C
Outerbridge, 0 Peniston, 'T J Pearman, J N Smith,
R Tynes, T J Wadson.
Nays 8-Messrs R J P Darrell, R D Fraser, S
B Gray, T D Middleton, T A Outerbridge, W R
Peniston, T F J Tucker, W H Wilkinson.
The House resumed and adopted the resolution
-of the Committee.
The Attorney General moved that the original
Vouchers and Bills relating to the expenditure on
Timlin's Narrows and the "Carolina Z," laid be-
fore the House by His Excellency the Goivernor
with His Excellency's Message No. 26, be returned
to His Honor the Acting Governor-which was
agreed to and ordered accordingly.
On motion of the Attorney General the Gover.
nor's Message No. 28, relating to Casual Assistance
in the Hamilton Post Office, was considered in
Mr. 8. A. Masters in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recomin
mended to the House to provide for the payment for
the casual and temporary assistance required in
the Post Office at Hamilton dining the temporary
absence from illness of the Clerk in that Office-
wlich was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the rcsolutior
of the Committee.
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve for
paying for casual assistance in the Post Office at
Hamilton-which was read a first time.
Mr. Cooper introduced a Resolve for refunding
certain duties paid by the Coal Company-which
was read a first time.
A Message from His Honor the Acting Gover-
E. C. GORDON,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor has the honor to forward
in compliance with the request contained in a
Measage from the Honorable House of Assembly
dated let August instant, a copy of the corres-
pondence between the Cential Board of Hlealth
and Captain Osmond B. Outerbridge, relating to
the Bark"' Carolina Z."
Public Buildings, Hamilton, 1
4th August,] 881. J
A Message from the Legislative Council:-
iMr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Assembly ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to
return to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act to provide for the filling of vacant
Ecclesiastical Benefices in these Islands," and to
request the concurrence of your Hlonorable House
in an amendment which the Council deem expe-
dient to be made thereto-a copy of which amend.
ment is delivered herewith.
Council Chamber, 5th August, 1881.
mended, and it was ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. N. J. Darre.l moved that sixty copies of the
Receiver General's financial Report with the ac-
companying returns dated 29th June 1881, which
accompanied His Excellency's Message (No. 31,
be printed and distributed to members of the As-
sembly.-which was agreed to.
Mr. Tynes gave notice of an amendment to the
Post Office Bill; 1Phat in case of illness of the
Post Office Clerk at St. Georges or at Hamilton, the
Post Master be authorized to hire,temporary assist-
ance and to pay for the same at the rate not exceed-
ing shillings per day."
Adjourned to Wednesday next.
Orders fur next meeting :-
Consideration of Acting Governor's message re-
lating to continuing the Electric Telegraph
into the town of St. George.
Fesolve relating to provision for casual assistance
in the Post Office.
Bill relating to Colonial Secretary's Clerks Sa-
Post Office Establishment Act amendment Bill.
August 3-Schr Meteor, Dunscomb,.Barbadoes ; su-
gar and molasses to Thos. J3, Wadson.
On motion of the Attorney General the Gover-
nor's Message No. 29, relating to the delivery of
Letters-was considered in Committee.
Mr. Keane in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that it be recom-
mended to the House to provide in the Bill for
the amendment of the Post Office Establishment
Act 1879, now before the House, an increased
grant for the inland delivery of letters-which was
The House resumed and adopted the resolution
of the Committee.
On motion of Mr. Wilkinson, the Resolve of
Osmond B. Outerbridge was discharged for the day.
The Attorney General moved that the House do
now resume in Committee the consideration of the
St. David's Lighthouse Bill-which was objected to
on a point of order.
His Honor the Speaker ruled that the motion was
out of order.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Monday, 8th August.-The resolve for refunding
certain duties paid on Coal, &c., was read a 2nd
time and Committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. Cooper moved the adoption of the Resolve.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported progress and obtained
leave to sit again.
A Message from His Honor the Acting Gover-
E. C. GORDON,
Acting Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Acting Governor has the honor to inrom
the Honorable House of Assembly that in the
year 1879 the Corporation of St. George's entered
into communication with the Governor, with a
view to obtain the extension of the Military Tele-
graph line into the Town of St. George-the Cor-
poration undertaking to provide an Office if that
were done. The Honorable Hcuse in that year
agreed to place a sum of 100 on the Estimates
3 for the purpose of extending the Telegraph line
, from the Royal Engineer Office into the Town, and
* the Commanding Royal Engine3r subsequently ob-
tained the sanction of the War Department for the
execution of this work.
? The Acting Governor desires to hing the fore-
going facts to the notice of the Honourable House
of Assembly in order that, if the Legislature should
see fit to make provision for this service, the sum
of 109 may be placed at the disposal of the Ex-
ecutive for the above named purpose.
Public Buildings, Hamilton,
6th August, 1881. 1
On motion of the Attorney General the amend-
ment proposed by the Legislative Council to be
made to the "Church Patronage Bill" was con-
The Attorney General moved that the proposed
amendment be concurred in.
When the discussion was about to close the At.-
torney General rose to reply-which was objected
to on a point of order-and the objection overruled
by the Speaker.
The question being put on the proposed amend-
ment it was negatived.
Ayes 10-Messrs S C Bell, F M Cooper, R J P
1 Darrell, S B Gray, E H Gosling, S A Harvey, S A
t Masters, T D Middleton, C Peniston, T J Wadson.
Nays 17-Messrs N J Darrell, T N Dill, R D
a Fraser, J Fowlo, W J Frith, A J Hodsdon, C C
Keane, W S Masters, T A Outerbridge, S C Outer-
. bridge, A M Oudney, W R Peniston, J W Pear-
man, J N Smith, T F J Tucker, R Tynes, W H
t Ordered that the following Message be sent to
the Legislative Council :-
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Legislative Council;
We are directed by the House of Assembly to
return to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act to provide for the filling of Vacant Ec-
clesiastical Benefices in these Islands," and to
acquaint your Honorable House that the Assembly
have not concurred in tLu a... dment proposed by
r your Honorable House to be made thereto.
The Resolve for paying for casual assistance in
the Post Office, Hamilton, was read a 2nd time and
Mr. Keane in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
Blank filled up, and it was adopted and ordered to
Mr. C. Peniston introduced a Resolve providing
' for the erection of a new Building for the Keepers
of the Light House at St. David's-which was
read a first time.
Mr. C. Peniston introduced a Resolve providing
' for an additional Fuilding at the Quarantine
Non-Such-which was read a first time.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that a Message be sent to
His Honor the Acting Governor, respectfully re-
questing that His Honor will be pleased to direct
the Colonial Superintendant of Public Works to
draw a Plan and Estimate of a new building, pro-
posed to be erected at the Light House Station, St.
Davida for the Keeper's Quarters, to be laid before
Sthe Legislature-which wos agreed to.
The Bill to amend the Post Office Establishment
Act 1879 was read a 2nd time and Committed.
S Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that the 1st Blank
Sbe filled up "60."
S Mr. W. J. Frith moved 50.
Mr Cooper moved 40-which was negatived.
Ayes 6. Nays 16.
Mr. Frith's motion was affirmed.
r Ayes 11. Nays 11.
The Chairman giving the Casting Vote therefore.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with amendments
and the blanks filled up.
The Attorney General moved that the Bill be
recommitted, which was agreed to.
Mr. J. W. Pearman took the Chair.
The Attorney Ganeral moved to substitute the
Sword "nine" for the word two" in the duration
Clause-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the Bill as a-
ultimo, have been mislaid, we are unable to give
particulars of the same as promised in our last
We understand that about- one hundred civilians
are being employed on the Government works in
progress at Prospect; which is a fortunate circum-
stance for these people at this dull season of the
Company E., Royal Irish Riffes, under command
of Captain Harris and Lieut. Stewart, went from
Prospect to Warwick on Saturday last to go
through the annual-course of Musketry practice.
A detachment of B. Company, of R. I. F. under
command of Lieut. Fornby proceeded to Agar's
Island yesterday to relieve detachment of D. Co.
which returns to Prospect.
AN ENORMOUS SQAsuH.-Dr. Arton has just sent
us the dimensions of a Squash which he came
across last week while driving on the Port Royal
Church Road. The vegetable in question was
grown by Mrs. Taylor and weighed 204 lbs. and
measured 7 feet in circumference. Another, not
yet detached from the vine and with its weight un-
known, measured 5 feet four inches in circum-
August 4-Mail Steamer Flamborough, Whitchurst
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
August 2-Schr. Azelda & Laurie, Jorgensen, De-
merara; assorted cargo to J. R. Duerden.
5-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax; En-
glish Mail of the 22nd ultimo, and assorted car-
go.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
Schr. Hound, LaSeur, Gebara, Cuba; sugar, mo-
lasses, charcoal, &c., to Samuel Chapman.
August 4-Barque Julia A. Brown, Nickerson,
G-alveston ; inward cargo railroad iron.
Brigt. Lucy W. Snow, Stone, Georgetown, D.C.
5-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Jamaica;
Per R.M.S. Alpha, from Halifax, Mr. Cowen, R.N.,
H. M. S. Irresistible, Mrs. Bray.-For Jamaica, Mr.
In the" Meteor" from Barbados :-Mrs. Hoop-
er and Messrs A. H. Greaves, C. A. Deshield and
son and S. E. Darrell.
In the Mail Steamer Fiamborough, on Thursday last
for NewYork :-Capt. W. E. Meyerand Mrs. Meyer,
Miss Boggs, Mr. J. F. Smith and Daughter, Mr. S. A.
Smith and Daughter, Captains Nickerson, Gardner,
and Paterson, Lieut. Hussey, R.E., John F. Burrows,
Esq., M.C.P., Messrs. Terrance Misick, George W.
West, Joseph E. Dye, J. R. Wilson, G. S. Rankin,
Keith Smith, and J. M. C. Deles Derniers.-2ndCabin,
Mrs. Amanda Watts, Mrs. Bartholomew, Mrs. Francis
Tucker, Mrs. Barnett and Child, Kanued Anderson,
and- James F. Smith.
The Schr. Helen, Captain George, from St. Vin-
cent bound to Parsboro, N. S., called at St. Geor-
ges on the 8th instant, to land some passengers.
The "Helen" reported at Custom House.
Schr. Mystery, Capt. Hill, arrived at the Quaran-
tine Station, Murray's Anchorage, on Sunday last,
in 16 days from Demerara.
The Schr. Maggie was up at Halifax for Bermuda.
THE ROYAL IRISH RIFLES MINSTREL
At the Theatre Royal, Prospect, on Friday and
Saturday July 29th and 30th, most successful open-
ing entertainments were given by the Royal Irish
Rifles "Minstrel Troupe." The programme was
divided into two parts-the first part being entire-
ly voeal-the second part of the entertainment con-
sisted of a short sketch, "The Comedy of Errors, "
comi- songs, step dances, etc.
We understand that the Troupe is as yet quite
in its infancy, but judging from the highly credit-
able performances of last month, it may be safely
augured that success will crown its future efforts.
-Lance Corpl. Roots, Stage manager, was, we re-
gret to learn, suddenly taken ill before the first
performance, and thus the Troupe lost the very
able services of one of its earliest and most ener-
getic promoters. Drum Major Cheeseman, the
"Lion Comique" of the Corps, gave us a very hap-
py rendering of some of his best comic songs : as
usual, he brought down the house-which was
again and again convulsed with laughter at each
The New Pinafore Last Night.
A very large audience attended the Mechanics'
Hall last night to witness Mr. Wallack's new Com-
pany of Amateurs in Pinafore. The reducing the
prices of admission and the Brittania Steamer be-
ing chartered from St. Georges tended greatly to
swell the numbers who visited the performance.
We must commence our notice with again compli-
menting Mr. and Mrs. Wallack on their persever-
ance in getting together such accomplished musi-
cal 'performers-we believe that one and all are
musicians, for they sing most accurately and their
voices are wonderfully powerful and melodious.
Ralph Rackstraw is as good as the general run of
professional operatic performers, with a much better
voice, a fine figure and pleasing manners, all his
songs, &c., were gems in their way and heartily
received.-The Admiral has an extraordinary
powerful bass-which he manages well.-The Cap-
tain was very satisfactory indeed and one more
playing of the part will raise him to the perfect
level of his Brother performers. The Boatswain
gave good effect to his two Naval songs. We re-
cognise Hebe as the one in the former Company,
much improved by practice and admirably and at-
tractively costumed. The Minute little sailor and
chorus were also our acquaintances of the other
Company of the Tripologue, we need only say
they excelled themselves. Fannie was in splendid
voice, Watty as gushing as ever and Rider the life
of the piece. If the Amateurs did lack a little in
the acting it was amply made up in the singing,
which was worth double the admission to hear.
We understand last night was the farewell of the
Wallacks, who have resided with us for five months.
There is not an amusement loving person or an
admirer of true art but will regret their departure,
and we, as well as the community at largo, join in
hearty wishes for their future welfare. We believe
this Pinafore will be represented for one night at
Ireland Isle prior to the final termination of this
first class performance.
DIoNGY RACE for first and second class Dingies in
Hamilton Harbor on the 5th inst.
Waterwitch, steered by J. C. Watlington,
Reckless W. A. Masters,
Somerset Wheatley Jones.
Race, three times to windward and twice to lee-
ward. Reckless rounding the weather stake boat at
4'53'40, Somerset at 4'55'12. Reckless winning by 1
min. 32 sec., the Waterwitch retiring from the race.
Clytie, steered by W. A. Masters,
Midge, E. F. Darrell.
Same distance, and a most interesting race re-
sulted in favor of the Olytie, by 1 min. 44 sec. The
yachts Julia and La Belle Vile were kindly loaned
by their owners for stake boats, and the time fur-
nished by F. J. Jones, Esq.
PEMBROKE GRAMMAR SCHOOL AQUATIC SPORTS.-
As the notes of time, &c., taken of these races,
which came off in Hamilton Harbour on the 29th
ly defeated at Karez. All his baggage and eighteen
guns taken. The Akhelat regiment and his Canda-
har Horse deserted to Ayoob Khan. The Ameer's
general fled toward Cabul.
In the House of Commons, to-night, Mr. Gladstone
read a telegram confirming the report of the defeat
of the Ameer.
The Telegraph says: "The defeat of the Ameer of
Afghanistan implies the complete overthrow of the
only remaining representative of British influence
LONDON, July 29.-In the House of Commons
this afternoon, Sir Wm Harcourt Home Secretary,
said precautions would be taken against the Brad-
laugh meeting, to protest against the exclusion of
that agitator from the House of Commons, interfere.
ing with traffic, or causing a disturbance in the Pal-
ace yard. The meeting is to be held in Trafalgar
Square on next Tuesday evening.
M. Gambetta, president of the Chamber of Depu-
ties, to day read a decree closing the session of the
LONDON, July 29.-rhe Daily News says there
can bc little doubt that Candahar is Ayoob Khan's
immediate destination, and that he is master of the
surrounding country. The Ameer's defeat cannot
effect British Policy as the Ameer was clearly in-
formed that on the departure of the British from
Candahar he must rely on his own resources.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-We regret to learn that at
about half past ten o'clock on Saturday morning
last, as Mr. John Trott, foreman of Mr. Lewis Pugh's
Steam Saw-Mill, St. George's, was in the act of
sawing a short piece of crooked cedar wood, and
while guiding it, his left arm-by some unaccount-
able means, which he cannot explain-came in con-
tact with the saw, lacerating it severely above the
wrist round th'e entire circle. Fortunately it was
one of the small saws that was in operation at the time
or the accident may have been more serious. The
wound, which bled most profusely, was dressed by
Dr. Butterfield, and up to the present time the pa-
tient is progressing most favorably. No impor-
tant artery or muscle is injured.-Much sympathy
is expressed for the sufferer, who is respected in the
community for his obliging disposition.
BOY VERSUS SHARK!
A few days ago three School Boys, spending
few days at Tucker's Island, put out a large line
hoping to capture a Rock Fish seen cruising close
in shore, when about 11 o'clock one of the boys
went to look at the line, found it was hooked in a
very large fish. After about a quarter of an hour's
hard work, having being pulled down to the water
and on the rocks several times, succeeded in getting
a large shark on some flat rocks, the boy keeping
the Fish from getting back into the water by the
line; when the shark, by a single snap of his jaws,
cut the line in two, and in one jump turned his
head round to the water, and was about to escape
when the boy caught the monster by the tail. For
the next 10 minutes it was pull Dick, pull Devil,
but every time the Devil turned to snap at Dick, he
gained a foot or more by jumping to the opposite
side, which" continued until Dick got the line
round Devils' tail and secured him to the Rocks;
when his two companions came to his assistance
Devil was dragged across the Island to the front
of the House, where he was measured and found to
be 7 feet long. He had three rows of Teeth.
We have been kindly favored with two Barbados
papers the latest of the 13th ultimo, from which
we copy some proceedings of the Board of Health
of that Island.
THE HALF HOLIDAY EXPERIMENT.-The closing
of places of business in the Town of Hamilton,
from two o'clock of the afternoon of Friday of each
week, during the current and succeeding month,
for the purpose of giving both the employers and
employees an opportunity of enjoying a little
pleasure on a working day of each week-was com-
menced on Friday last, and we believe most of the
places in the Town were closed. It will be noticed
by our advertising columns, that a number of
other persons who did not sign the first list have
now pledged themselves in favor of the move.
THE ENGLISH MAIL OF THE 22nd JULY.
The R. M. Steamer A-lpha, Captain Crowell, from
Halifax, with the English Mail of the 22nd ultimo,
arrived at St. Georges on the afternoon of Thursday
We thank Captain Crowell for early copies of Ha-
lifax papers of the 1set inst., which supply us with
English dates of the 30th, and accounts, very favor-
able, of President Garfield's health, of a late hour
of the previous night.
Most favorable accounts continue to reach us with
respect to the state of General Garfield's health. We
subjoin the latest official bulletin.
Secretary Blaine sent the following highly satis-
factory telegram to Mr. Lowell Minister London on
the night of the 31st July:-
The President is steadily improving and I shall
henceforth omit my daily telegram. Not hearing
from me you may infer that all goes well."
The following is the official Bulletin issued at
Washington at 7 p m. of the 31st:-
The President has passed an excellent day from
just after the morning dressing till 6 p.m. He has
had his head and shoulders elevated by a frame be-
neath the mattress He has taken and relished an
ample supply of nourishment, and continues to im-
prove in general condition. The appearance of the
wound at evening dressing was in every way satis.
factory. The afternoon rise in temperature has been
quite insignificant. At present his pulse is 104;
temperature, 99; respiration, 20."
MORE SHOOTING THREATENED.-It is stated
that Secretary Windom has received a threatening
letter that if he don't remove clerk Lamphere he will
THE LAND BILL.--The Land Bill was read a third
time in the House of Commons on the night of the
29th April and passed on a vote of 220 to 14, the
minority being exclusively composed of conserva-
The Land Bill was read a first time in the House
of Lords on the night of the 29th. The second read-
ing was to have taken place on the evening of 1st
The Times of the 29th in discussing the Land
question says:-" Though the representatives of the
land interest are likely to be sufficiently severe in
their scrutiny of its details, it is probable that the
conduct of the Conservative Peers will be governed
by, in the main, the same motives of patriotic pru-
dence, as were displayed by the Opposition in the
Commons. It is understood that the second reading
will not be opposed, but that the followers of Lord
Salisbury will meet to-day to consider their course
of action and to determine points whereon amend-
ments can be offered. The Daily News states that
the proposed amendment to the Land Bill of Mr.
Wmin. H. Smith, providing for examination and re-
vision after six y ears of the Law and Constitution of
the Land Court, will be introduced in the Lords.
Most of the Parnellites voted upon the third reading
of the bill in the Commons, The Standard says the
expected debate on the second reading in the words
will be concluded on Tuesday. Committee will then
be taken on the bill on Thursday, and it is hoped it
will be concluded on Friday.
LONDON, July 28.-The Viceroy of India tele-
graphs that the Ameer of Afghanistan has been total-
wia*A Supplement accompanies
this issue of the Gazette.-It contains "The Report
of the Receiver General to His Excellency the
Governor on the Financial Condition of the Colo-
ny during the years 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881."
BIRTH, at Somerset, on the 4th inst., the WIP of
John Fowle, Esq., of a SON.
....... at St. Georges, on 2nd init., the W=i of Mr.
E. R. Packwood, of a SoN.
........., in Pembroke Parish, on August 2nd, 1881.
Mrs. Henry T. Swan, of a SoN.
MARRIED, in St. Mark's Chureh, Smiths, 28th
July, by the Revd. J. C. Lea Jones, MR. ExMIus
WILLIAM MITCHELL of Pembroke, to MIss MARY
JANE HOLLTS of Smiths.
.......... on the 14th April, at St. Lukes Churcby
North Fitzr,.y, Australia, by the Revd B. Rodda, AL-
FRED HENRY, second son of the late William Day
Ford, to MARY LOUISA, youngest daughter of John
Karkeek Kirkham, George Street, Fitzroy.
DIED, at her residence in Sandy's Parish on 3rd
inst., MRS. ESTHER BELL, widow of the late Capt.
William Bell, aged 85 years,
The Times' Quetta correspondent says :-"On the
20th inst., Ayoob broke camp near Girishk and
marched south, turning the left flank of the Ameer's
army on the 21 st. The latter followed but did not
come up with Ayoob until he reached Kareziatta, 82
miles from Candahar, where the action, which re-
suited in the Ameer's defeat, was fought. One regt"
meant of regulars and the Candahar borse.deserted
after the fight."
LONDON, July 31.-George Barrow, author of
"The Bible in Spain," and well-known for his asso-
ciations with gypsies in Spain and elsewhere is dead,
PARIS, July 80.-Gambetta makes a political
speech at Tours on the 4th of August. His princi-
pal effort, however, will be at Belleville where a
temporary structure capable of containing 12,000
electors is being erected.
PARIs, July 31.-The combined movement of
three columns of French troops which start from
Saida, Sebdon, and Geryville, will be directed to-
wards Macheria, where an entrenchment camp will
be established, which will march during autumn
through Algeria, as far as Figuig, Morrocco.
LONDON, July 31.-There will be another meet.
ing of Conservatives at Lord Salisbury's residence
on Monday, to consider amendments to Land Bill.
The Observer says, in event of Mr.Bradlaugh resist-
ing the authority of the Sargeant-at-Arms, who will
bar his entrance to the House of Commons; he will
be taken into custody. The Sargeant-at-Arms will
then inform the Speaker of the arrest, when the
latter will take the pleasure of the House in respect
to subsequent procedure.
A despatch from the Hague says the Socialists
who intended to hold their congress at Zurich have
determined to meet at the Hague.
MADRID, July 31.-The Spanish[Government has
addressed an energetic remonstrance to France con-
cerning alleged plundering of the Spanish Vice-Con-
sulate on the occasion of the capture of Sfax.
For the Royal Gazette.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN
Mn. EDIToB,-Upon perusing the debates as re-
ported in the Colonist," and noticing the action in
the House of Assembly, it must strike every ote as
being singular that after having obtained an Act
of incorporation for a Synod to enable it to manage
its own affairs after the Imperial Government de-
clined to send us another Bishop upon the death of
Bishop Feild; and after having under public notice
elected a Synod and a Bishop, without a'dissenting
voice-yet, when the Secretary of State proposes to
transfer from the Crown to that Synod the power
of appointing their ow* Clergy, a majority of the
Members of this Church in the House of Assembly
have voted to decline that proposition, and to put
the presentation in the hands of the Church rate.
payers, rather than commit it to the Synod that
consists of eleven picked native laymen voting to.
gethertwith the five Clergy in filling a vacancy!
What a sad conmjentary upon our Church in
this Colony, and does it not behove us to search
out, and probe whatsoever may be rotten in Den.
mark P" Yours, &c.,
August 6, 1881.
H. M. S. Charybdis, presented to the Dominion
Government by the Imperial Government to be
used as a training ship for boys, has arrived at St.
John, N. B., where she is to be stationed. The
Charybdis is about 267 feet long, has the usual rig
of a British man-of-war, and is 1506 tons register.
Dr. Osbbrn, has been chosen President of the
British Wesleyan Conference, and the Rev. N.
WATER MELONS.-Mr. John T. Peniston, of
Smith's Parish, kindly brought us yesterday a de.
licious water melon of the Rattle Snake' kind,
weighing 42 pounds. Mr. Peniston has been try.
ing the several descriptions of seed spoken of as
being "the best," and he has succeeded admirably
with several sorts. Last week he showed us one of
the Cuban Queen" kind, which weighed over 650
UNLAWFUL WEAONs.-There has been much
trouble of late among the Ship Laborers in Mon.
treal, Canada. On the 27th ultimo Daniel Leon.
ard, Secretary of the Ship's Laborers Union, was
sentenced to twelve month's imprisonment by the
Recorder, for carrying unlawful weapons.
From the Barbados Times, July 9.
BARBADOS.-At a meeting of the Board of
Health held at the Public Buildings, on Wednes-
day the 6th July, 1881:
The Board, after a lengthy consultation, deold.
ed, Mr. Jones dissenting, to recommend that Bills
of Health issued here should have a Memo. made
on them that 5 deaths from yellow fever have oo.
curred since the llth June last and the following
Resolution moved by Mr. Grant and seconded by
Mr. Pilgrim, passed the Board, Mr. Jones dihent.
Resolved-The Board of Health having been at-
tended by Dr. Bowen and Dr. Piggott, and hav-
ing been informed by them that 5 deaths from yel-
low fever, to their knowledge, have occurred since
the lltb June, recommend that a Minute to that
effect should be made on all Bill, of Health issued
from the port of Bridgetown.
The Board then adjourned sine die.
CITY OF GLASGOW BANK.-The Liquidators of
this Bank have declared another dividend of 5 per
cent, which will make the amount paid toereditors
90 per cent. Some of the Shareholders had to
give up their estates-each one being responsible to
accomplish the payment of these dividends.
The catch of Fish along the coast of Nova So.
tia this season is the largest known for thirty year.
Steamer Reliance, with a party of about 35 amateru
Fishermen, leaves Hamilton at 7 o'clock this morning
for New Ledge Fishing Banks, about fifteen miles
West of Wreck Hill.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
evidencee of the late R. H. SPENCER,
At 12 o'clock, M.,
This Day, Tuesday,
A LOT OF
&c., &e., &c.,
AMONG WHICH WILL BE FOUND
2 Handsome Walnut, Hair, Spring Seat
6 Walnut Hair Spring Seat CHAIRS
I Walnut Marble Top Centre TABLE
1 Walnut Rocking CHAIR, &c., &c., &c.
Chamber No. 1,
1 LARGE CHAMBER SET, Comprising-
1 Handsome Double French BEADSTEAD
1 Large Hair MATTRASS to Match
I Walnut Marble Top BUREAU
I Walnut Marble Top WASHSTAND
1 Walnut Writing TABLE,
I Large Rocking CHAIR
4 Walnut Cane Seat CHAIRS
i Walnut Towel HORSE
0 Bedroom No 2.
1 Large Carved Mahogany BEADSTEAD
1 Child's CRIB 1 Toilet SET
1 TABLE, 5 Cane Seat CHAIRS
I Child's ;CARRIAGE
A LOT OF
And a great many other Articles too nu-
merous to mention.
3 Superior Young COWS
a 1 HEIFER.
T Tr IT" A T 7Tr"DT -P
B W WALKER & 00.
Hamilton, Aug. 9, 1881.
On THU RSDAY Next,
The 11th inst. At 12 o'clock, M,
10 BBLS Bright Muscovado
50 Bags Coarse Corn MEAL,
7 Bbls. Green PEAS,
10 Tubs New York BUTTER,
100 Bales Best Upland HAY,
10 Bbls. Pilot BREAD,
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH,
5 Bbls. Jamaica Green GINGER,
15 Boxes SOAP, STARCH and
36 Tins BISCUITS, 6 Boxes Biscuits,
24 Tins Assorted CONFECTIONERY, in
7 lbs. each,
10 Chests English Breakfast TEA,
10 Pieces White Cotton DRILL,
30 Boxes Superior CIGARS,
20 Gross Comb MATCHES,
A lot of TINWARE and Sundries from a
1 New Corn MILL,
1 Case English WATCHES, Sterling and
EX LIGHTHOUSE :
1 Cask Waste OIL,
11 Empty CASKS,
And a great many other goods too numer-
ous to mention.
B. W. WALKER & Co.,
Hamilton, Aug. 8, 1881.
By the Schooner Mystery" the
Undersigned expect to receive
B ARRELS White V.P. SUGAR,
SBarrels Yellow IDITTO,
20 Barrels Demerara MUSCOVADO (cheap)
TROTT & COX.
Gazette and Coloniat twice ea. 3d p.
About 40,000 Lbs.
Remaining from our Contract Supplies.
Will be sold cheap in lots, or the whole.
Reid Street, August 8,1881.
or 3Marba oo,
To Return Direct,
miY.- o.. ^ -
W. 0. Dunscombe, Master,
Sill sail for above Port
On Saturday Next, 1
THOSE. J. WADSO
Hamilton, August 8, 1881.-1
On Tuesday next,
the 16th instant,
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
On the Premises, the
. TUR E, &c.,
Of the MANSE," Paget.
Consisting in part of-
FINE Toned PIANO (if not previously sold
Cretonne COUCH and Easy CHAIRS,
Gipsey and other TABLES
Cabinet, Music WHATNOT
Coloured Wicker CHAIRS
Cretonne and Lace CURTAINS
India MATTING, &c., &c.
All the above recently imported.
Hall Oil CLOTH
Set of Lawn TENNIS
Sewing MACHINE (" Little Wanzer")
Cedar Side TABLE
Extension Dining TABLE
Cane CHAIRS, CUPBOARDS
Chests of DRAWERS.
SBASINSTANDS, BATHS, CLOCKS
Complete DINNER SET, CROCKERY
A few articles of ELECTRO SILVER PLATE
KITCHEN UTENSILS, etc., etc.
B. W. WALKER t. CO.,
Hamilton, August 9, 1881 .-2 3rd p.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL
At 12 o'clock,
! ON WEDNESDAY,
At the Residence of
i .Jrs. Catherine Slater,
Near Victoria Park, in this Town, the whole
' s&c., consisting of :
, TABLES Cane Seat CHAIRS
CROCKERY &c., &c.
THOMAS J. WADSON,
Hamilton, August 8th, 1881.-2 3p
By a German middle aged Woman who can
teach English, French and German, and is a
Please Address E. A. No. 5, R. N. Hospital,
August 9, 1881.
rTHE Store of the Undersigned will NOT be
closed on Fridays, but will be open
for business as usual.
August 8, 1881.-once pd.
ALL persons are Torbid giving credit to
GEORGE ASTLE, late a private in H.
i M. 99th Regt., or harbouring him in any way
whatever; and that I will not be responsible
for any Debts contracted unless by a written
order from me.
GEORGE W. GREEN,
August 5th, 1881.-Ipd.
A VESSEL FROM HALIFAX.
The Clipper Schooner
__ 1 r "
WVill leave IHalifax,
OlN OR ~ ABOUfT THE'TT127'th INT..'I
By this opportunity Importers avoid the great
inconvenience of hunting up their goods from
different Boats and paying freight from St.
Orders by 0" S. Ship Alpha" will be in time
for shipment, and Freight may be secured at tho
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
25 Front Street.
Hamilton, 8th Aug., 1881.-2 on third p.
Notice to Boatmen.
7tiO'"- The Children attending the School of MR ,EA.LTH OFFIGE'S SOA-.T
N otice. JAIRUS C. SWAN, will give two
SpENDERS will be received by the Under- E n ter tainm ents TENDERS will be received by the
I signed until On the evenings of the RECEIVER GENERAL, at his Office, until
' ^TFWS^ A z 11TH AND 12TH AOUGUST, TUESDAY Y
13th proximo, at noon, ; In the Odd-Fellow's Hall, for the Bene- I
For the Purchase of the Property known as fit of the School. at Noon,
Music (imported for the occasion) to be in- The 9th August next,
SHolt's Proper y,' terspersed with Dialogues and Recitations From Persons desirous of Contracting to sup-
from Standard Authors. ply
On St. David's Island, East End, consisting of Admission 6d. S
a HOUSE and about I l acres of Land. 1 Doors open at 7-30. Performance to corn- uitable Boats
Not bound to accept the highest or any Ten- mence at 8.
der. Hamilton, August 2, 1881.*-2 3p Properly manned and equipped, for the use of
deJAS. A TWOOD the HEALTH OFFICER at Hamilton, for three
J .Agent. P bl. Atl a years, to commence on the first of September
St. George's, July 1881-33 Agent. P ublic H oliday next
St. George's, July 25, 1881 .-3 3p Security in the sum of 25 will be required
Real Estate for Sale. Patronage of the Public is respect- formthe due performance ofthe Contrapplica-
i fully invited in support of an tion to the Undersigned.
Rare Chance fo& Investment. ENTERTAINMENT JAMES TUCKER.
The ell-knon PROPERTY in To be held in spacious basement Receiver General's Office, 6 3p.
amma The well-known PROPERTY in rooms of l July 7th, 1881.
Iiffm Southampton Parish, belonging to the rooms of 12t, 19th, 1881. 26th July; 2nd and 9h August.
f state of the late Worshipful JoSEPn N O 12th, 19th, 26th July; 2d an 9th Augus
1). EVANS, deceased, known as 0 (Hamilton,) COLOXIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
Evan's Bay Store' 0 t y Hamilton, 1st August, 1881.
or Property. N ) TT is hereby notified for Public information
Sealed offers for the purchase of the above 12th August, 1 that HIS HONOR COLONEL E. C.
property, -onsisting of a STORE, about Te n When Ice Creams, Cool Drinks and other Re- GORDON, R.E., Acting Governor, will attend
Acres of LAND withTI EI thereon,-will freshments will be amply provided, at the Public Buildings on MONDAYS and
beAreces of LedND withe TIMUndersnedup thereon,-Also, Fancy Articles, Children's Clothing, &c., THURSDAYS from 11 to 12 o'clock, for the
be received by the Undersigned up to will be offered for Sale, transaction of Public Business."
Wed nesday, 31st Augst. Inst. Proceeds in aid of Building Fund. R.E. WEBSTER
The Situation of this Property as a Business Tickets for Admission 6d. Children Free. Colonial Secretary.
Stand, has no equal in the Parish, and the Ara- Doors open at 5 p. in.
ble portion of Land is very productive. Supper Tables laid at 6 p.m. HAMILTON, AuOUST 2ND,1881.
The Public Wharf at Evans's Bay, adjoins Should the completion of the Building be suf- -
this property ficiently advanced the whole Premises will be rHE Undersigned, with the view of afford-
A Plo of h hands can be seen on lica thrown open to Visitors. ing some recreation during the present
tion to Mr. Dickinson. applica- August8, 1881. Hot Season, have agreed to close their res-
tTon to Mr. Dicknon Au us 8, 1881. pective places of Business ON EVERY FRI-
S. WTH. WHITE. XTr,, i anXr tn MVA-I AT I DAY at 2 o'clock. p.m., from this date to
B. E. DICKINSON.
Hamilton, 9th August, 1881.-4 times 3rd p.
OiNtiCE AGtAiN IN OUNC AGAINl'4
THE Children of Warwick School intend
VOCAL & LITERARY
23rd September, inclusive:-
B. W. Walker & Co., A.R. Thompson,
R. P. Atkins & Co., B. E. Dickinson,
Thomas J. Wadson, A. J. Hodsdon,
Aspell & Co., W. H. Hughes,
h'jALjENTE JI A E T TAI E T H. Darrell, Jr., J. C. Keeney,
A T AI I ENTERTAINMENTS John F. Burrows, Frad. A. White,
Theos. 'J. Lightbourn, C. T. Conyers,
FO H SALE. (Which will be accompanied with Instrumen- Gosling Brothers, J. E. Masters.
-- tal Musio,)
A Desirable IN THEIR SCHOOL ROOMe, j R ir
D ioo ON THE Requred.
""Dwelling H,108e Eveningdss of the 16th & 17th inst.
In good order, in Warwick Parish, near the
Parish Church, with a PA I C EL OF LAND Proceeds in aid of the Repairs of the School. J A LA
containing about Eight Acres, one-third good Admission 6d.
Arnhla .anl. Doors open at 7-30. Concert to commence WAGES 5/. per Day.
A PARCEL OF LA'ND, containing abouI
Eight Acres adjoining the above mentioned
Property. one-third good Arable Land. A
Stone Stable is on the Premises.
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE
in good order, and Eight Acres of LAND
adjoining the Property last mentioned, one-third
good Planting Land. The above Properties
*ill be sold together or separately at moderate
prices, and on accommodating terms. Tho
three Properties have for some years rented at
60 per annum.
HOUSE and about an Acre of LAND at
Patton's Point, on the South Skore of
Harrington Sound, in Smith's Parish. The
House is new and next to the main read. There
is a large Tank on the Premises. This Proper-
ty will also be sold at a moderate price on ac-
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON,
GRACE GREATBACH OUTEIRBRIDGE,
FRANCES EUGENIA OUTrERBRIUDGE,
Executrixes and Executor of the Will of
the Late J. J. Outerbridge.
Hamilton, 8thi August, 1881.-2 3p
Cheap for Cash
7DEVONHIRE DIST 0001DO
Per Recent Arrivals,
CROCKERY in great variety.
Boots and Shoes,
For the accommodation of the people of Hamil-
ton will be open on Friday afternoons and
evenings as usual.
NA TH.dJVIEL VESEY.
Devonshire, August 6, 1881.
THE PUBLIC are hereby notified that MR.
F. D. S. NASH, who has represented us
during the season of 1881, has no further au-
thority to act as our Agent, in any capacity,
either in purchasing or soliciting consign-
CHAS. P. WOODWORTH & 00C.
h-milton, August 4th, 1881. -twice pd.
) NEw YORK. July 29.-A new torpedo boat,
which successfully works under water, has been
built here by the inventor, named Holland, who is Captain
believed to be a Fenian. The Boat is 31 feet long, Will call at Bermuda
3th 6 teet in diameter, cigar shaped, driven by pro- GERS for LONDON
peller, and makes six miles an hour noder water. GERS for LONDON
She was built by the Delamater Iron Works, and For information ap
S !is now at Bargen's wharf Jersey city. Everything R. P.
S in connection with her has been kept secret, but it
Agent. has been ascertained that two wealthy Irishmen
of Philadelphia are the owners. August 9th, 1881.-2
about 21st for PASSEN-
ATKINS & CO.,
at 8 precisely. Apply to Master Attendant, Royal Naval
zzThe Patronage of the generous Public is Yard.
most earnestly solicited. R. N. Yard, August 8, 1881.-2
August 9th, 1881.-2 -
'" Colonist" copy.
Dingy Regatta Notice.on
T HE Members of the UNION YACHT
CLUB of SOUTHAMPTON respectfully beg T"H P Schooner ALPHA, is momently ex-
to notify their Patrons and the Public gene- pected from Portland, Maine with
rally, that their ANNUAL RACES will take
place in the Little Sound on the 19th inst., at ONION BOXES,
noon. The 1st Race, for the CHALLENGE CUP which the undersigded offer to responsible pur-
of the Club. The 2nd Race, open to All chasers on the following terms: 6 pence each
Comers. Entrance fee, 10/, and each party when the money is paid at the mom. nt of de-
entering a boat to be a subscriber of 4/. All livery in quantities of 10 upwards. 6 pence
boats must be entered by the 10th inst., and each oi credit to approved purchasers for 500
measured by water line at the public wharf, and over.
Southampton (East), on the 18th inst., from 10 6eid. each wl-eq sold to reliable customers on
A.M. to 5 P.M. Entrance fee can be paid to ei- credit in quantities under 5t.
other of the Stewards. The winning boat to get r
two-thirds of the amount realized ; 2nd boat | TROTT & COX.
one-fourth. Other particulars made known August 9,1881.
on the day of sailing. --
JOHN J. SIMMONS, Gazette" and Colonist" twic 3d p.
WM. JAMES, (10 AT,
Southampton, August 6th, 1881.
Will be held at the
11r~"TUCDrm IT HATL T 1^ 1 v AT
UWO of riL F t -U. j
ON FRIDA Y,
There will be offered for Sale a few Fancy
Articles, also a Supply of Refreshments.
Price of Admission 6d. each.
Doors open at 7"30 p.m. Concert at 8.
A Band will be in attendance.
R. T. W. BASSETT,
Southampton, 8th August, 1881.-2
A RESPECTABLE active Lad, as Cook's
Assitsant. A-nnlv +to
August 9, 1881.-1
Has opened a
F A.MILIP GROCERY
At the East of his Soda Water Establish-
ment, where he has on hand a good supply of
English and American GOODS, and solicits a
share of the Public patronage, hoping that his
former Friends will call and purchase of his
Cheap Stock before going elsewhere.
O-f" Quality not surpassed. .4
Hamilton, August 2nd, 1881.-3 3p
Colonist" copy twice,
50 TONS Superior Coal @ 26/ Ton, de-
livered on Wharf.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 8th August, 1831.-3 ins.
A NEW COTTAG,~C
And a Lot of Land,
In the Town of Hamilton.
The Lot bounds South on the Seventh Longi-
tudinal Street, and North on Union Street.
The Cottage was built only two years ago,
and is very strong and substantial, and is in ex-
cellent order, having been recently painted and
Immediate possession can be given.
For further particulars, apply to
LIST OF UNCLUJlfED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 6th August, 1881
Chas Aubrey, Knud Anderson, Chas Adams,
A lick Anderson, Jas 0 Butterfield, dgar J Bur-
gss, Henry R Been, Thos Burch, 8chr Admiral
lake, "Margaret Been; R Bell, Bella Butterfield,
Thos F Bean, John M Castino, John Clarke, Dud-
ley Cox, R Carlson, Frazer Deshield, W T Davis,
Forth Frith, C Fozard, B G Gilbert, L Givens, W
W Gray, John J F Gran, Aguslus Guest, MissJ A
Hall, Adalaide HoJson,-Wm Haywarld. John M
Jones, Brown J'nes, Lilia Joell, Albert Limbert.
Luis Jose de Mida, Peter Alorray, John McCartey,
Mr Muit, Bark Jose Maria," Sarah Place, Anna L
Pereeira, Antonio J Penque, B P Richardson, Wm
Robertson, W T Robinson, Francis Robinson, W H
Simons, Peter Smith, Henry B Smith, Chas Scott,
Princess T Smith, A W C Steele, Joseph P Silva,
Jose M de Silva, Thos Tucker, Alice Tucker, Benj,
Trott, Rosina Trott, Dan V..gin, Fohn A Williame,
Ellen Whatson, B L Warren.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF,
FlO1E ST. GEORGES, August 6, 1831.
Mary S Brown, J Carlten, Daniel P Richardson
M iss J Ri Richardson, Brig Samuel Davi,,' John G
Smith (Tucker's Town), Benj Simmons, Mrs Hen.
ry Smith (St. Daid's), Wi Trott, Ptrire Trott.
Cl IUUM ual.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
BRIGAND ESPOSVtIO" TAKEN.
Fromthe New York Sun," July 12.
Bis Punishment demanded by England of the Italian
Government for Cutting off a Curate's Ears-His
Many Murders in Sicily.
To-day, Guiseppe Esposito, alias Radazzo, the
Italian brigand, is expected to arrive in this city
from New Orleans. The crimes of this man read
like a romance of ages long gone by. Eighteen
months ago his name was sounded through all
Europe; yet he is but a little fellow, not above five
feet four inches in height, stout, strong and athletic,
with a very black beard, piercing hazel Eyes and a
scar between the eyebrows reaching to the root of
the nose. This little embodiment of brigandage
weights about 170 pounds. A neat but nicely trimmed
black mustache adds to the general make-up of a
rather captivating fellow. He dresses neatly and
wears a long neck chain, generally passing it through
a buttonhole in his vest. A broad brimmed Panama
adorns his well shaped head. Such is the descrip-
tion of this red-handed Italian for whom his Govern-
ment asks extradition papers.
From inquiry it seems that not Italy but England
was the Government that brought about the arrest
and now claims the extradition. About two years
ago, an English curate named Rose, while traveling
in the mountains of Sicily, was captured by a band
of brigands, of which Exposito was the head. He
was kept for a time in close confinement, and after-
ward the chief wrote a letter to his wife demanding
125,000 francs ransom. If -his sum was not paid,
then the curate was to be put to death. Under ad-
vice the wife refused to pay the ransom. A second
letter came from Esposito, in which he threatened
to cut off one of the curate's ears if'the money was
not forthcoming. This, he said, he would inclose
in the next letter. A third letter showed how truly
tre horrible threat was carried out. The wife
received a letter in which was inclosed the right
ear of her husband. The letter with this ghastly
inclosure stated that if the ransom named were not
immediately forthcoming, a like package would be
sent containing the other ear. Threat followed
threat, the husband was to be sent in installments,
the left ear, then the nose, until, in little bits, the
almst crazed wife should have him. These horri-
ble letters so affected the lady that, with the aid of
her relatives, she raised and sent to Esposito the
Rose's release and return to England followed.
He demanded of his Government a retribution for
the outrage perpetrated on him, and the Govern-
ment at once took action. The Italian Government
was forced to raid the fastnesses of the brigands,
and the consequence was that Guiseppe Esposito,
with many others, was made a captive. He escaped,
however from his guards and fled to this country.
He was arrested in New Orleans on Tuesday last
by private detectives there, with the aid of two
detectives from this city. While in New Orleans it
appears that he made many warm friends among
the people of his nationality ; so strong, indeed, was
his frindship that it is reported that had his follow-
ers had any idea that he was about to be taken
prisoner they would have used every means in their
power to have secreted him, and would rather have
killed him than permitted him to be taken. It is
said that, long before his arrest was meditated, he
told his intimate friends who knew his career that
if any one of them was present when he was cap-
tared he was to kill him rather than stand by and
see him suffer the disgrace of being taken.
The general view taken by the Italians in this
city is that Esposito, or Radazzo, as he prefers to
call himself, is a cowardly our. Leone, who was the
chief of the brigands in Sicilly, had his own chief
assistant, a shepherd named Salpietro, and another
man named Giovanno Pegano. Esposite worked
Aor. alpietro, and was, with Pegano, a townsman of
ia. -e was made a field guard under Guecione
di Alia. At that time he was twenty eight years of
age and was worth 4,000 francs. He was on post
at Tortoresi at the time that Francesco Dubolini
was assassinated, and was arrested and locked up in
the Prison of Castello di Nnovo, from whieb he
escaped. A refugee from prison, he sought his
friend Pegano. to whose child he had stood as
sponsor, and. through him and Salpietro, the way
was made easy for him to join Leone's band. He
rapidly rose to be its leader His band captured
and mutilated Mr. Rose. Esposito is accused of a
number of frightful murders, among his victims
Aeing Formosa di Termini, Guiseppe Guccione di
Alia. Fihippo Areara di Montemaggiore. Chancellor
aginarini Michele and Vice-Chancellor Zito Nunzio.
These murders were committed by Salpietro his
former master, of whom he was always jealous.
After the death of Leone and the arrest of Salpie-
tro Esposito became frightened and came forward
and gave himself up to the authorities. As soon as
the jury was drawn, he commenced to tell fabulous
stories of his wealth. His treasures, he said, were
buried in various spots, and these hiding places he
would reveal to such of the jury as would give a
verdict in his favor. Bit the jury did not bite.
Esposito was convicted, but after one year's im-
prisonment he escaped, and on Sept. 5, 1878, he fled
to this country, making his way to New Orleans,
where he engaged in the fruit trade.
Published in Bermuda Royal Gazette by request of
SCIENCE AND THE BIBLE.
The Annual Meeting of the Victoria Philo.-
sophical Institute of Great Britain took place at
the House of the Society of Arts, London, on the
30th of June, the Right Hon. the Earl of Shaftes-
bury, K.G., in the chair. The meeting was very
fully attended. Prior to the delivery of the ad-
dress, "On the Credibility of the Supernatural,"
by the Right Hon. the Lord O'Neill, the honorary
secretary, Captain F. Petrie, read the report, from
which it appeared that the total number of mem-
bers was now upwards of 900, a greater number
than usual, especially of colonial supporters, having
joined in the past year, during which papers and
shabort communications written in furtherance of the
Society's objects,-namely, the investigation of
philosophical and scientific questions, especially
those said to militate against the truth of 'Revela-
tion,--had been contributed by several leading men
of science, including his Grace the Duke of Argyll,
K.G., F.R.S., Sir J. Fayrer, F.R.S., Professors
Stokes, F.R.S., Boyd Dawkins, F.R.S., J. W. Daw-
son, F.R.S., Nicholson, F.R.S.E., Balfour Stewart,
F.R.S., Mr. J. Bateman, F.R S., and other Fellows
of the Royal Society, besides Professor Hughes,
Dr. Rassam, and others. The report closed with a
special tribute to the newspaper press The trea-
surer's report showed that a considerable advance
had been made by the Institute. Amongst the
speakers were Sir H. Barkly, K.C.B., G.C.M.G.,
F.R.S., Sir J. Fayrer, K.C.S.I., F.R.S., who strong-
ly urged that the Society's mode of fully and im-
partially investigating scientific questions was of
special importance; the Christian philosopher need
never fear for the results of investigations so con-
ducted, for the Books of Nature and Revelation
had the same author, and if the former were fair-
ly and impartially inquired into, the result would
not clash with the latter. Mr. J. E. Howard, F.R.
S., Mr. A. McArthur, M. P., the Master of the
Charterhouse, and others, having spoken, the meet-
ing adjourned to the Museum, where refreshments
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Sole Agent for Bermuda,
JOHN A. FOX,
T1I1E Undersigned bogs to inform his Friends
and the Public generally, that he has open-
ed A STORE at the Eastern Entrance to the
Town of Hamilton, for the Sale of
Carefully selected for this Market, which he will
sell CHEAP FOR CASH, and respectfully so- i
licits a share of their patronage.
JOHN E. BERG.
Hamilton, 25th July, 1881.-tf
COMMISSION AND EXPORT
RIL1C H AN T 3
Fine Groceries, Graim, Provisions,
4 Front Street, tiamilton, Bermuda.
NEW YORK STORES,
314 and 316 Greenwich Street, 7 Old Slip
104 Pearl Street and Havana, Cuba.
Orders for Groceries, Dry Goods and Goods
of all descriptions, respectfully solicited and will
he filled at lowest Market rates either direct or
through our Bermuda houge.
To the Consignment of
RS MD&DLt 00. & 9
Will please call upon the Undersigned who will
render them every facility for so doing.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
Feby. 22nd, 1881.-tf.
F11HE Undersigned respectfully direct the
attention of the MERCHANTS OF
BERMUDA to the fact that for some years past
he has I een connected with the Hlouse of
H. K. & F. B. Thurber & Co.,
Exporters, Importers and Manufacturers of Food
West Broadway, Reade and Hudson Streets,
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-
Any orders that may be entrusted to him will.
be faithfully and promptly filled with the assur.
ance that they will receive all the advantages
which the special facilities of the Messrs. Thur-
ber enable them to give. A trial order, no
matter how small, may result in mutual benefit
and will be appreciated by
ALBERT W. MINICK,
With H. K. & F. B. TTHURBER & CO.,
New York City
December 21, 1880.-12rn
(Subject to Change.)
erpool. To Live
July 20 Sat. Aug. 6,
Aug. 3 20,
t 10 27,
17 Sept. 3,
t" 31 17,
Sept. 7 24,
14 Oct. 1,
The Queen,Wed.July 13
Greeoe, Aug. 3
Canada, '" 17
The Queen. 31
*Denmark, Sept. 7
Wed Aug. 3, 1030 a.m.
*The Steamers France and
10, 5 am.
17, 11 a.m.
24, 5 a.m.
31, 9-.30 a.m.
7, 3 p.m.
21, 3 p.m.
28, 8 a.m".
5, 3 p.m.
not carry Passengers.
Rates of passage, to Queenstown or Liver-
pool $60 to $70.
To London direct, $50 to $60.
Excursion Tickets $110 to $10 Liverpool.
$100 to $1 !0 London.
Steerage pas' nge $20f.
For further information apply at the Com-
pany's Offices, Nos. 69, 71 & 73 Broadway
F. W. J. HURST,
\Vater Street, St. Georges. New
York, July 28, 1881.
United States JMail Steamers.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
'LEAVE NEW YORK
.VYOMING sails Tuesday August 16, at 10 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday August 23, at 4 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Aug., 30, at 8 a.m.
NEVA DA sails Tuesday September 6, at 3p.m.
ABYSSINIA sails Tuesday September 13, at
WYOMING sails Tuesday September 20 at 3
ARIZONA sails Tuesday, September 27, at 7
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, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
The U. S.Mail Steamer Flamborough "from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, and Passengers' baggage can
be transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer
sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, July 28, 1881.
Protection against FIRE
AT THE MOST MODERATE RATE
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London, 4
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
I Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD*
Hamilton, September 9th, 1856.
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As the whole of the reasoning of the Report'
of the Committee is founded upon a mistaken I
view of the Parliamentary practice and Legis-
lation of this Colony, and upon the singularly
imprudent practice of looking only at the
amount of money in the Treasury without tak-
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money has to meet, I do not think that there
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RECEIVER GENERAL'S OFFICE, for easy reference.
June 29th, 1S81. I have the honor to be, Sir,
SI,- Your obedient Servant,
SIR,- (Signed) JAMES TUCKER,
Having received His Excellency's directions Receiver General.
to report on the financial Statements contained
in the Report of the Select Committee," of .
the House of Assembly appointed to consider 8 .
the subject of His Excellency's Despatch No. S :
79, of 1880, referring to the reduction of the : : :
Public Debt of this Colony; I have the honor as "1
to submit the following Report:- :o ; o
1. That the Returns which accompanied 3 e-
my Report to His Excellency on this subject, -
dated 11th October 1880-were made up for 00 g
each legal financial year, namely, from the 1st E- ____.
of July in one year to the 30th of June in the o M c
following year, thus including the exact period o 0 0
embraced by each annual Supply Bill, whileI H 0 0 Q -a 0
the C committee's financial Statements are made P A S 0
up from the lst,April to the 31st of March in 1 2 o 4 t
each year, thus covering periods embraced in "
two separate Supply Bills; for example--their o o .
statement for the year I 877 commence on the o -
1st of April, 1877, thus embracing three 0 -
months of the supply Bill for the year 1876-7,
and ends on the 31st of March 1878, so cover- 1 Z R 4
ing nine months only of the Supply Bill for .
the year I,77-8. I cannot therefore compare 0 00oGo
their Statements with my Return-, but I have cc 000 0 00
prepared detailed Returns which accompany
this Report and which embrace the same pe-
riods as those covered by the Committee's (Signed) JAMES TUCKER,
Statements and can therefore be compared Receiver General.
2. The balances in the Treasury, as stated
by the Committee for the years ending 31st of [1.]
March 1877, 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881 are
correct, but the Committee has entirely omit- Balance in the Treasury on
ted to state that these balances were counter- March 31, 1877 4209 10 1
balanced by heavy liabilities. In the form in Liabilities to same date.
which they have made up their Statements, the Drawbacks .... 103 16 3
inference might reasonably be drawn, by per- Education .... 175 0 0
sons not fully acquainted with the facts, that Interest .... 44 5 0
these balances were entirely unappropriated Gaols .... 220 2 0
and available for Public use. Library .... 12 10 0
3. Mr. Fowler, in his Report on the finan- Lunatic Asylum .... 159 18 2
cial condition of the Colony for the Year Mails .... 162 9 6
1875-6, observed with respect to these balances,I Public Health .... 3 14 6
"The balances appearing at the end of the Registration .... 48 4 0
"financial year are fictitious as regards being Rent ... 1 4 0
"able to treat them as Revenue. They are Salaries due 31st
"simply-accumulations of Revenue to pay the March 1877 t2407 16 0
"previous quarters' indebtedness." Savings Bank .... 15 19 6
4. In my Return No. I, which accompanies Balance due on va-
this Report, it will be seen that, with respect rious Grants to
to the balance in the Treasury on the 31st of 31st March 1877 *
March 1877, which amounted to 4,209 as detailed on I
10/1, the liabilities to which that balance was next page .... 3223 14 5 6578 13 4
subject amounted to 6,57 8 13/4 showing ac-
tually a balance against the Treasury at that Balance against the Treasury.... 2369 3 3
date of 2,369 '/3, and by Return No. 2, with
respect to the balance in the Treasury on the --
31st of March 1878, it will be seen that, al- Examined and found correct,
though the balance amounted to 8,220 6/11, 28th June, 1881,
there were liabilities against it to the extent of (Signed,) SAML. A. HARVEY,
8,383 10/11 showing still a balance against
the Treasury of 163 4/0. By Return No. 3; Chairman,
with respect to the balance on the 31st of Audit Board.
March 1879, which amounted to 5,359 9/6 it (Signed,) JAMES TUCKER,
will be seen that, the liabilities to which that Receiver General,
balance was chargeable amounted to 4,966
11/8, leaving a clear balance in the Treasury ---
of only 392 17/10. By Return No. 4, it Balances due on variousjGrants to
will be seen that, although the balance on March 31, 1877.
the 31st of March, 1880, was 6,281 10/9, there Whitney'sCottage ...... ...... X837 0 0
were liabilities against it amounting to 5,- Museum ...... ...... 11 7 4
404 8/9 leaving a clear balance of only 877 Public Library ...... ...... 89 0 9
2/0; and by Return No. 5, relating to the bal- Publication of Ancient Memorials... 400 0 0
ance in the Treasury on the 31st of March General repairs of Roads ...... 97 0 0
1881, which amounted to 8,716 7/7-the lia- Reducing Hills ...... ...... 57 0 0
abilities to which it was subject amounted to Guard Walls and Fences ...... 15 0 0
7,725 9/I 1, leaving a clear balance in the Eastern approach to Hamilton ...... 28 10 0
Treasury of oly 990 17/8. It will thusbeRounding Corners of Causeway Bridge 35 0 0
seen that. in the Years 1877 and 1878, ending LFortHamilton Road..... ...... 39 9 4
March 31 in each year, the Treasury, instead of Lunatic Asylum ...... ...... 300 0 0
having any clear balance available, had not Approaches to Lunatic Asylum...... 26 6 6
even sufficient funds to enable it to meet its Mill's Breaker Buoys.... ...... 154 5 4
liabilities, while in the other years the bal- Manhattan Shoal ...... ...... 127 13 5
ances in hand were insignificant and quite in- Devonshire Dock ...... ...... 60 0 0
sufficient to justify any attempt to reduce the Government House....... ..... 79 2 0
Public Debt. His Excellency will be able to Quarantine Station Nonsuch Island.. 7 10 0
judge from these plain Statements of figures Gaol at St. George ...... ..... 5 0 0
how far the Select Committee" were justi- Improvement of the Town o St. 500 0
fled in arriving at the conclusion expressed in Li eorge .... ****
their Report that, all and each of these bal- Sessions' House Grounat St ds ...... 25 0 0 1 9
"ances admitted of 2000 of the Debt being Timlin's Narrow Channeds.. ...... 25380 8 0
paid off with the accumulated interest, andarrow Channel .... 80 8 0
"without occasioning piy embarrassment 3223 14 5
"whatever, and still leaving a fair balance in
5. With respect to the fourth paragraph of
the Committee's Report, I beg to invite his [2.]
Excellency's attention to the opinions enun- Balance in the Treasury on March
elated in that paragraph as to the appropri- 31, 1878 8220 6 11
nation of Public moneys. The Committee ap- Liats o r
pear to think that, if a sum of money is Liabilities of th Treasury on that date.
placed on the Estimates upon which the Sup- Drawbacks of Duty .... 72 8 11
ply Bill is based, that sum of money is thereby Educationl ........ 79 10 11
appropriated to the Service to which it is set GaIlnterest .... ... 211 8 87
down, and the Committee state their opinion Lunatic Asylum 20911 3
that, the Receiver General has no authority to Mails .... 156 2 6
divert money so appropriated from its specific Miscellaneous Services.. 64 18 4
object. Public Health .... 39 7 6
According to this theory of appropriation Registration .... 44 18 0
there would be no need of the House passing Rents .... .... 6 5 0
any Resolves to authorise expenditure upon Salaries due to 31st 12390 16 8
any Services that had been once set down in March, 1878
an annual Estimate, the mere fact of the sums Savings Banks .... 23 8 9
having been included in an Estimate would be BalGrantes dueto 31st Marchio,
sufficient to enable the Executive to carry out 1 31st Ma U--'1 U
the Services and to spend the money, and ac- next page .... .... 5038 17 5 8383 10 11
cording to the views of the Committee these
iums once included in the Estimate would take Balance against the Treasury 163 4 0
priority of payment, and every subsequent sum
passed by Resolve of the House could only be --
paid from such balances as might be left over Examined and found correct
after setting apart moneys to meet all the 28th June, 1881,
Services that had been included in an annual (Signed) SAML. A. HARVEY,
The Committee appear in this matter en- Audit ioard.
tirely to have mistaken our Parliamentary (Signed) JAMES TUCKER,
practice and the spirit of our Legislation. The Receiver General.
mere fact of a sum'of money having been voted -_
on to the Estimate conveys no authority what- Balances due on various Grants to
ever to the Receiver General to appropriate or 31st March, 1878.
to expend it, that authority can only be given Whitney's Cottage .... .... 37 0 0
by some specific law providing for the Service Museum .... .... 11 7 4
or by a specific Resolve. Buoys and Beacons .... .... 40 0 0
REPORT OF TTHE RECEIVER
HIS EXCELLENCY TiE GOVERNOR
On the Qinancial Conditiont of the Colony
during the Years 1877. 1878, 1879,
Post Office .
Balance due o01
Grants to 31
1879, as det
Balance in Tr
Balance due o
Buoys and Be
Wharf at Tuci
Scaur Hill Ro
Light House (
St. George's G
Post Office Ha
Main Road, St
Gibbs' Hill L
C. W. Fozard'
Post Office In.
One quarters' i
trained in th
for the duE
... .... 24 14 8
... .... 10 16 8
h.. .... 21 5 0
Library Public .... .... 169 0 9 Balances due on various Grants on
Publication of Ancient Memorials 322 0 0 8 31 March, 1880.
Reducing Hills ..... .... 45 0 0 Whitney's Cottage .... ....
Wharves and Landing Places .... 111 0 0 Museum ..... .
Wharf at Tucker's Town .... 45 0 0 j Buoys and Beacons .... ..
North Shore Road Paget and Warwick 100 0 0 public Library ...... ......
Eastern approach to Hamilton ,..... 28 10 0 Publication of Ancient Memorials
Cross road between Paget and Warwick 60 0 0 General repairs of Roads ....
Fort Hamilton Road .... .... 39 9 4 Reducing Hills ...... ....
Landing Place, Southampton .... 22 14 0 Guard Walls and Fences ......
Somerset Bridge Wharf .... .... 6 10 Wharves and Landing Places ......
Approaches to Lunatic Asylum .... 26 6 6 Eastern approach to Hamilton ......
Causeway Bridge Cottage .... 5 10 0 Causeway Swing Bridge ......
Quarantine Station, Darrell's Island 75 0 0 Rounding Corners of Causeway Bridge
Mills' Breaker Buoys .... .... 86 4 4 Catch Pits and Drains ......
Manhattan Shoal .... .... 127 13 5 Road near "Red Hole," Paget ......
Devonshire Dock .... .... 25 0 0 Fort Hamilton Road ...... ......
Sessions, House .... .... 5 0 0 Landing Place, Southampton ......
Government House .... .... 20 0 0 Somerset Bridge Wharf ......
Gaol at St. George .. .... 40 10 0 Scaur" Hill road ...... ......
Improvement of the Town of St. George 500 0 0 Approaches to Lunatic Asylum ......
Light House, St. Davids .... 1635 6 9 Causeway Keeper's Cottage ......
Road at Western Entrance of Hamilton 200 0 0 Quarantine Station, Darrell's Island
Main Road at St. Davids .... 100 0 0 Lighthouse, Gib'bs Hill...... ......
Cross Road in Warwick .... 90 0 0 Harbour Buoys ...... ......
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Road .... 25 0 0 Mills' Breaker Buoys ...... ......
C. W. Fozard's limited annuity .... 279 7 0 Manhattan Shoal ...0. ......
Iron Safes for Col. Secretary's Office 50 0 0 Public Offices, Hamilton ... ......
Causeway Bridge-substituting 1 340 0 Hamilton Gaol .... ......
Masonry for Wood j Sessions' House, including Clock Tower
Timlin's Narrows Channel .... 380 8 0 Government House ......
Public Offices, St. George ......
5038 17 5 Quarantine Station "Nonsuch" .....
St. George's Gaol ...... ......
Post Office, Hamilton ...... ......
Boad at Western Entrance of Hamilton
P3.] Main Road. St. David's Island ......
Balance in Treasury on March 31, Gibbs' Hill Lighthouse Road ......
Balance in Treasury on March 31, 9 6 C. W. Fozard's limited annuity ......
1879 5359 9 6 Lunatic Asylum repairs
Liabilities of the Treasury on that date. To encourage the growth of Tobacco
Administration of Justice 9 0 0 New Road near Pembroke Glebe ......
Drawbacks of Duty .... 85 12 5 Timlin's Narrows Channel
Education .... .... 85 18 6 New Road from North West of Ham-
Gaols .... .. 100 3 10 ilton towards Spanish Point
Interest 9 1 0 One quarter's Subsidy for Steam Com. 1
Library Public.. .... 12 10 0 munication with New York re-
Lunatic Asylum .... 285 8 4 tained in the Treasury as security
Mails .... .... 149 11 0 for the due performance of the
Miscellaneous..... .... 243 3 4 Contract. ...... ...... ......
500 0 0
[,331 1 @
47 16 0
7 10 0 5
15 0 0
various Balance in the Treasury on 31 March
st March 1881, 8716 7 7
tailed on Liabilities oj t/.e Treasury on same date.
.... 3859 0 11 4966 11 8 Drawbacks of Duty ...... 1 119 I 2
easury .... .... 392 17 10 Educatio .... ...... 249 2 8
-Interest ...... ...... 123 1 6
I found correct. Lunatic Asylum ...... 207 18 5
e 1881. Miscellaneous Services ... 398 13 4
L. A. HARVEY, Public Health ... ...... 20 12 6
L. A. HARVEY, Post Office ...... ...... 8 15 0
C dairmtn, Registration ...... ...... 52 10 0
Audit Board. Rent ...... ...... 8 15 0
(Signed,) JAMES TUCKER, Revenue ...... ...... 40 2 0
Receiver general Savings' Bank... .1. .. 15 0 0
Balance due on various '
Grants to 31 March,
n various Grants on 1881-as detailed on
, 1879. next page ... ... J 6392 2 2 7725 9 11
tage ...... ...... 37 0 0 |
...... ...... 11 7 4 Balance in the Treasury ... ... 990 17 8
acons...... ...... 100 0 0 ..
7y ..... ..... 118 18 9 Examined and found correct,
Ancient Memorials..... 322 0 0 28th June, 1881,
irs of Roads ...... 20 0 0 (Signed,) SAML. A. HARVEY,
s ...... ...... o 0
and Fences ...... 60 0 0 Chairman,
Landing places 61 0 0 Audit Board.
ker's Town 35 0 0
ach to Hamilton ...... 28 10 0 (Signed) JAMES TUCKER,
wing Bridge ...... 15 0 0 Receiver General.
rners of the Causeway 35 0 0
Road.... ... 26 4 10 Balances due on various Grants to
Sin Southampton ...... 14 14 0 31 March, 1881.
dge Wharf ...... 6 10 0 Whitney's Cottage ...... .... 37 0 0
ad ...... ...... 200 0 0 Museum ........... ...... 11 7 4
o Lunatic Asylum ..... 21 12 0 Buoys and Beacons ...... ...... 160 0 0
station Darrell's Island... 23 2 6 Public Library ...... .... 293 18 9
Gibbs' BHill. ...... 5 0 0 Publication of Ancient Memorials.... 22 0 0
Buoys.... ...... 70 4 4 Travelling expenses of Offlicial Vis. 3
oal ...... ...... 127 13 5 itors to the Lunatic Asylum.... 3 7 0
ock ...... ...... 25 0 0 General repairs of Roads.... ...... 140 4 5
, Hamilton ...... 44 10 0 Reducing Hills ...... ...... 59 2 0
se ...... ...... 324 0 0 Guard Walls and Fences-:. ..... 71 3 3
House..... ...... 50 0 0 Wharves and Landing Places ..... 73 12 11
St. George ...... 17 0 0 North Shore Road Paget.... ...... 26 0 0
Iaol ...... ...... 8 0 0 Eastern approach to Hamilton ...... 28 10 0
amilton.... ...... 133 10 0 Swing Bridge Causeway.... ...... 80 14 6
St. Davids 208 18 9 Rounding Corners of Causeway Bridge 35 0 0
Hospital.. 2 0 0 Catch Pits and Drains ...... ...... 29 18 6
rance to Hamilton .. 200 0 0 Road near" Red Hole" Paget ...... 0 0 6
b. David's Island ...... 100 0 0 "Fort Hamilton" Road..... ...... 26 4 10
eight House Road ...... 25 0 0 Landing Place Southampton ...... 14 14 0
's limited annuity .... 154 7 0 Somerset B3ridge Wharf ..... ...... 6 10 0
dges-substituting Ma. 1 St. George's New Church ...... 6,00 0 0
Wood.... ..... 75 0 0 Scaur Hill" Road ...... ...... 5 8 11
am ...... ...... 22 10 0 Approaches to Lunatic Asylum ...... 21 12 0
dge Floors ...... 10 0 0 Causeway Bridge Cottage... ...... 13 13 11
spector.... 150 0 0 Quarantine Station, "Darrell's Island" 14 3 6
the growth of Tobacco.. 40 0 0 Light House Gibbs' Hill.... .... 65 1 6
rows Channel ...... 380 8 0 Harbour Buoys ...... ...... 29 1 3
Subsidy for steam com-
with New York, re-
e Treasury as security
e performance of the
500 0 0
3859 0 11
Balance in the Treasury on March
31, 1880 4
Liabilities of the Treasury on that date.
Administration of Justice 9 0 0
Drawbacks of Duty ....115. 0 11
Education .... .. 102 4 11
Gaols .... 209 0 2
Interest .... 104 11 1
Library, Public .... 12 10 0
Lunatic Asylum .... 232 5 9
Mails .... .... 127 8 0
Miscellaneous .... 79 6 10
Police ... .... 4 14 9
Public Health .... 5 8 0
Registration .... 50 14 0
Rent .... .... 6 4 0
Savings Bank .. .. 14 19 4*
Balances due on various
Grants to 31st March,
1880-as detailed on
next page ... .... 4331 1 0
96281 10 9
5404 8 9
Balance in Treasury ... ... .. 877 2 0
Examined and found correct,
28th June, 1881,
(Signed,).SAML. A. HARVEY,
(Signed) JAMES TUCKER,
Mills Breaker Buoys ...... ......
Manhattan Shoal ...... ..
Devonshire Dock ..... ..
Public Offices Hamilton...... ......
Hamilton Gaol ......- .....
Sessions' House (including Clock
Government House ......
Signal Station, Mt. Langton ......
Public Offices, St George. ...
Pembroke Marsh ...... ...
St. George's Gaol ..... ......
Post Office, Hamilton ...... ....
Light House, St. David's... ......
Miscellaneous Services...... ......
Old Lunatic Hospital ...... ......
Old ]Ferry House and Road .......
Western approach to Hamilton ......
Destruction of the "Carolina Z".....
Main Road on St. David's Island......
Post Office Pillar Letter Boxes ......
Gibbs' Hill Lighthouse ..... .....
Causeway Buttresses ...... ......
Removing Wooden Bridges and fill.-
ing in with Masonry
Lunatic Asylum ...... ......
Stationery for Col. See. and Recr. Geul.
Floors of Causeway Bridges ......
New Road near Keith Hall" ......
To promote the cultivation of Tobacco
New Road near Pembroke Glebe"
Timlin's Narrows Channel ......
Causeway Bridges ...... ......
Road near "Devil's Hole" ......
For carrying on the duties of Colo.
nial Surveyor I
Gratuity to Mrs. Ness ...... ......
Causeway Keeper's Boat ......
Keeper's Boat" Nonsuch Island'
One quarter's Subsid) for Steam'
Communication with New York J
retained in the Treasury as secu-
rity for the fulfilment of the)
Contract ...... ...... .....
55 2 4
127 13 5
12 9 9
35 17 4
14 8 9
834 14 8
95 14 9
27 4 0
15 11 11
60 13 10
49 1 9
87 14 8
24 18 3
'10 0 0
2 18 3
8 12 0
8 12 6
752 4 2
6 11 3
40 0 0
25 0 0
60 19 1
3 14 0
7 8 6
40 0 0o
63 7 11
158 0 0
40 0 0
400 0 0
11 4 9
551 11 6
70 2 0
300 0 0
15 0 0
3 10 0
500 0 0
6,392 2 2