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BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. -7.-Vol. LV. .. UPER VAS ANTIQUAS 24s. per A i
familton, Bermuda, Tuesday, .ovember O, I SS3.
hlli' I I I I I F. I ~l u A. __. I I I
proceedings of the Honorable Le-
Tuesday, 13th November.-Pursuant to adjourn-
ment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
4 Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Rec. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
Cavendish Boyle, Col. Secty.
F. E. Cox, Colonel, C.R.E.
The Hon. Cavendish Boyle presented a Petition
from the Officers, and Members of the Warwick
Planters' Club, praying that the Council will concur
in any Bill which may be passed by the House of
Assembly for the incorporation of the said Club, for
reasons stated in the Petition.
A Resolve authorising the payment to the
Stewards of the B. M. E. Church for the use of the
said Church, the amount granted by Law in aid of
the Ministry thereof, for the interval between the
departure of one Minister and the arrival of an-
other,-was brought up from the House of Assem-
bly and read a first time.
On motion, the Bill entitled "An Act in further-
ance of a new Compilation of the Laws" was re-
committed for general purposes.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. W. H. Gosling in the Chair.
The Hon. the President proposed the following
In the third column of the first page of Schedule
A, in line 23, between the figure 1 and the word
"and," insert the figures "2," "8," "4;"-1
which was agreed to,
The Committee rose.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Bill with the pro-
posed amendment to- Schedule A.
The Housd adopted the Report, and it was
ordered that the Bill be returned to the House of
Assembly with a Me--ae rolui. .tinb. their concur-
rence in -the sa id amj.ndument-tl:h same to be
delivered by the Hon. Cavendish Boyle, as follows:-
Mr. Speaker and Gei ,b .-.. .. of the House of Assembly;
I 11am dir,.;td bb thet Legi-lativ.- Councilto return
to your Honorablle House the Bill entitled "An
Act in furtherance of a new Compilation of the
Laws," and to reqiuet. the concurrence of your
Ti'-.ur.r:J.le II.~-e in an amendment which the'
Council deem expedient to be made thereto,-a copy
of which amendment is delivered herewith.
Council Chamber, 13th November, 1883.
Referring to the Minutes of the last day of
Meeting on the 9th instant, the Hon. Cavendish
Boyle moved that the House do now resume the
consideration of the Message from the Assembly of
the 2nd November, respecting tho Registration Bill
for Election purposes,--which was agreed to.
On the question being put on Mr. Boyle's motion
that the Council do not insist on its proposed
amendment to the said Bill,-the House divided
with the following result:-
Ayes 5. Nays 3.
Hon. F.E. Cox, Hon. G. S. Tucker,
C. Boyle, E. Harvey,
J. Tucker, Josiah Rees.
J. IH. Harvey,
The Hon. Cavendish Boyle then moved that the
Bill be now read the third time.
On the question being put the Motion passed in
Ayes 5. Nays 3,
Hon. F. E. Cox, lIon. G. S. Tucker,
C. Boyle, 1" BE. Harvey,
J. Tucker, Josiah Rees.
J. H. Harvey,
W. H. Gosling.
The Bill was then read the third time.
The Hon. Cavendish Boyle moved that the Bill
do now pass-which was objected to.
3 Nays 3. Ayes 5.
Hon. G. S. Tucker. Hon. F. E. Cox,
E. Harvey, C. Boyle,
Josiah Rees. J. Tucker,
J. H. Harvey,
W. H. Gosling.
The Bill was then passed and ordered to be laid
before His Excellency the Governor by the Hon.
Adjourned to Friday next, 16th instant.
768 Communipaw Avenue,
Jersey City, N.J.,
October 17, 1883.
G. 0. Whitney, Esq. :
DEAl SIR.-In reply to yours of October 10th
I received the Gazettes and saw my advertisement.
I called on Mr. Titus yesterday, who expressed the
opinion that you wanted more steamers to do much
good in strawberry growing, as all the strawberries
fore-; so that at the most you could only send one or
two days' picking by one steamer, and the rest of
the strawberries that would ripen during the other
twelve days would be wasted unless the local
demand was suffuici' t.
I would like to come by the steamer of the 15th,
as my time would be worth more in Bermuda than
it is here; but I have received a letter from Cali-
fornia which says that my order could not be ship-
ped before th. beginning of Noi'venmiir, and would
be at least a foriguht on the road. As it would
not reach here until about the 15th I have sent1
them word not to ship before the 12th of November,
so as to be delivered on board the steamer on the
27th or 28th. As foi" gri.q.:, vines, I can sell them
according to variety at from two to three shillings
each; of course, I can 1:,U tl,, 'n cheaper by the
dozen or hundred. If you tLink fig trees would
sell I would bring a hundred or two of the best
varieties; otherwise I only want one of each of
about four varieties. The fig is only fit for local
use, an must e ud mut ud h soon as ripe. I willbring
a thousand or two v.'t' thiei best raspberries, which I
can sell at a dollar and a dollar twenty-five a dozen,
i according to variety, or five or six dollars a hun-
dred. Figs I can sell at two shillings and sixpence
each. With regard to ,the Buseiau mulberry I
would like to know how it is growing in Bermuda.
Like most novelties it is hard to get at the truth
about it. As I don't understand much about mul-
berries I don't propose to bring any for sale, but
have ordered a few trees from California of two sorts,
one Spanish and the other a Japanese, and will
see what they amount to, and allow others to do so
before I sell any, as I can easily propagate them.
Outside of grapes my fruit-growing will be limited
and largely experimental, so that it will be quite
pro bono public, whether I intended it or not. I
intend to know exactly what can be grown in Ber-
muda before long.
I have seen Mr. Mapes twice since my last letter,
and he has already given me a rough idea of the
soils sent and what fertilizers are necessary, but he
would like a good deal more information, especially
about the crops grown on the soils, the manures
applied, and how long in cultivation, and thinks it
would be better for me to send him the data he re-
quires after I get down, and also to consult with
the Board of Agriculture. The conclusion reached
so far is that all the samples sent contain ammonia,
phosphoric acid, and potash in the proportions best
fitted for most crops, and that therefore the best
manure for your soil is really stable manure,
because that contains all necessary elements; and
that as a substitute for stable manure it would be
necessary to use a chemical manure as near like it
in its proportions of plant food as possible. Any-
thing that contains an undue proportion of ammo-
nia, like fish guano, merely acts as a stimulant, and
that is the case, of course, if you use phosphates
alone. One or two samples of the soils sent contain
a quantity of wood ashes, as though taken from
where a fire had been made. The samples from St.
George's and St. David's Islands are by all odds
the best. I never saw finer soil: it could be worked
as well by a hand-plough and cultivator as by
horse-power, it is so fine and friable. I shall see
Mr. Mapes again before I leave, and get further
particulars, as he was going this afternoon to show
the samples to several learned professors and get
their opinions, but I begin to think that he already
knows more about them than he has confided to me
so far; but I don't mean to jump at conclusions of
that sort too quick, so I shall suspend judgment at
I have tried in vain to get further information
about the phosphate beds recently discovered in the
West Indies, but will before I arrive. That is very
important, because Sir Joseph Lawes, the great
English agriculturist, has given his opinion that a
pure rock phosphate, well pulverised, is really as
good as bone-dust.
768 Communipaw Avenue,
Jersey City, N.J.,
October 30, 1883.
To the Editor of the Bermuda:Royal Gazette :
As I stated in niy last letter I will endeavour to
give you some information about strawberry grow-
ing down South. In this letter I have the disad-
vantage of not speaking from personal experience,
but mainly from what I hear from Southern friends.
It is true that I lived at Charleston during 1869
and 18T70, but no one grew strawberries then, nor
thought of such a thing ; it was the generally
accepted opinion that no good strawberries could be
grown far South ; they were said to be (the few
that were grown experimentally) flat and insipid. I
asked several people in Charleston whether it
wouldn't pay to grow them in winter and early
spring, and was laughed at. I believe some small
shipments were made from Florida about 1871 or
1872; they didn't amount to much. The first
really fine Florida strawberries I saw were shipped
in a new refrigerator from Federal Point in January,
1875; they were exhibited in Jersey City, and were
almost as good as we can grow in New Jersey. I
am indebted for information to a Mr. Adams, of the
firm of Damon & Adams, Church street, Charleston,
who, being a Jerseyman, tried to stir up the people
there on the subject, but in vain. At last, about
eight years since, a poor horse-car driver, who
occupied a house with some land attached, finding
it a hard struggle to live and pay rent (a good
many people in the same fix) conceived the idea of
ordering a few hundred strawberry plants from the
North. He planted them; they did well, and to
everybody's surprise bore a fine crop of fruit, of
which he sold several hundred quarts at a high
figure right on the spot. He realized enough to
pay his rent and buy a new suit of clothes. It was
a regular bonanza, and, feeling that he had struck
oil at last, he planted a few thousands more-the
news spread-next year he realized something
handsome, but, by this time, Thomas, Richard,
and Henry, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Thompson, &c.,
saw money in it, and in an incredibly short term of
years, very available acre between Line Street and
the Phosphate Works was planted in strawberries.
The railroads and steamships put refrigerators in
for the trade, and, by 1879, immense quantities
were shipped north ; for some years there was
money in it for everyone, especially for the rail -
roads, as they ran no risk, all risk from delays, &c.,
falling on the producer. Of course the Florida
growers, wh o ad got into it by this time, being
able to ship first, got the highest prices, but
Charleston came in a good .. '41i. and did wall till
the Norfolk Virginia growers were able to ship,
when the Charleston people would be left out in
the cold, then the natives would be able to buy the
last of the crop at their own figures, as low as five
cents a quart retail. There has been a complaint
for the last two years that the business was over-
done, as there are thousands of acres planted, and
the season is comparatively short; for the moment
the Jersey berries come into market, there is no
further sale for the southern berries, as I have not
yet seen any to equal those grown around NewYork.
The advantage the southern growers possess in
strawberry growing is the frequent communication
with the northern cities, they can pick every day,
and ship them off as soon as the crates are filled ;
everything depends on getting them into market
qtmick, no method has yet been discovered of keep-
ing them more than a very few days, that can only
be done by maintaining a temperature not exceed-
ing forty degrees. I think the advantage Bermuda
has in strawberry growing is that as fine berries
can be produced as the northern ones, and I am
certain they can be shipped a month earlier, at least,
than any from Florida. What you really want is
more frequent communication, and then, I have no
doubt, there would be a market at paying prices for
the product of several hundred acres, at least,
besides a good home market.
I remain, yours truly,
768 Communipaw Avenue,
Jersey City, N.Y.,
October 30, 1883.
G. 0. Whitney, Esq. :
DEAR Sim.-I think the same ai yourself that it
is high time to notify the public what varieties I
intend to bring, but that I was not able to tell till
I received invoices from different nurseries, but I
got the last on Monday, and know exactly what I
have at disposal. I was quii pset by not being
able to buy vines in France, but I succeeded, after
writing to a number of Californian nurseries, in
getting every variety I wanted, though, in some
cases, I was only able to get small quantities. One
very choice wine-grape (the Carneenes de Medoc) I
was only able to get a dozen of, but I shall propa-
gate it extensively. I know, of course, what I
have grown myself and what varieties of American
grapes I could get, but I think it is most important
to grow the European varieties, as I believe there
is less danger of phylloxera in Bermuda than any-
where else, and it is easy to ship them to England
as well as the States. I don't intend to advertise
any but standard varieties that are most likely to
give satisfaction. I have bought small quantities
of a great number of varieties, some at a high.
figure, which I intend to test and propagate before
offering for sale. I expect by this time next year
to raise about ten thousand young vines, as I can
sell thousands of them in New York. As for the
Chinese peaches I think they will just suit Bermu-
d a, they are essentially semi-tropical, they wont
grow in the Northern States because they are very
easily winter-killed; they are not much good as
far south as Augusta, Georgiaas the fruit is very
liable to be nipped by frost, bur in Florida, Texas,
and southern California below the frost line they
produce immense crops every year, where the
common or Persian stain of peaches is no good ;
they are much sweeter and of better quality too
The Peen-To is a creamy white peach, flattened
like a tomato; the Honey peach is an oval, very
sweet; the Spotswood and Thurber run very large,
and grow a little further north than the others and
are later. All these peaches hold their leaves so long
as to be almost evergreens. One tree three years'
old at Pensacola, Florida, produced last year 1,200
peaches; it was of the Peen-To variety. I am
disappointed at not being able to get more figs. I
ordered a hundred ; I can only get twenty.four. I
want one-year-old trees but can only get two-year-
olds. The nurseries wont sell one-year-old trees if
they can help it, but if I canit get more I can,
propagate plenty for inxt ~t i*n, and I have still
time to look around. I ,.,i Iuy thein around here,
but they are very dear, a ;. n:-n _.-:* I as southern
socok: I ordered a lot of the lPt '-, lifolnia and
White Smyrna figs from California and all they
can send me is two of each ; but you don't want
i. -,. .'\- trees ; you can't market them ; they are
just fit to grow one or two of around a house. As
for raspberries I can get splended canes, and, after
mature deliberation, have decided to bring but one
variety in quantity-the Cuthbert-as that is : .~11
the finest raspberry out, and is the best for south-
ern latitudes; not only that, I can sell them
cheaper than the other varieties that are not so good.
I have ordered and am advised that I shall receive
. some new varieties of strawberries (of European or
Haulbois strain) from California ; I have to pay five
dollars a hundred for them, but if they will grow in
Bermuda-it won't matter whether they are shipped
late or early, they will bring aprice against every-
In my next I shall have something to say about
the California fruit trade, and remain,
Yours trulyN ART.
European lurieties.--GAPrss.- (Black) Purple
Damascus, Black Hamburg, Rose of Peru. (White)
Golden Chasselas, Muscat de Frontignan, Muscat
of Alexandria.-2/6 each; 1 5/ per dozen.
American Varieties.-Iona and Delaware, the
latter a small red grape imported from New York ;
the Iona very similar in flavor, but larger.-2/ each;
1 per dozen. Brighton, new variety, 2/ each;
1 / per dozen.,
CHINESE PEACHEs.-Peen-To, 3/ each; 1 10/ per
dozen. Honey, Spotswood, and Thurber, 2/6
each ; 1 5/ per dozen.
RASPBhEsRIEs.-Cuthbert, or Queen of the Mar-
ket, 4/ per dozen canes ; 1 5/ per hundred.
FIGS.-Celestial, Brown Turkey, White and
Black Isehia, 2/6 each.
Wild Goose Plums, red and yellow Southern
varieties, 2/ each; 1 per dozen.
DISRAELI AND WINES.
How do you manage to keep so healthy ?" he
was asked by a dyspeptic fop. By dining off a
sardine," was the answer, and there was some truth
in this. To the end of his life Disraeli always ate
very sparingly when alone, and this enabled him to
keep a good appetite for public occasions, thereby
rebutting the presumption, which his pale face sug-
gested, that he was consumptive. In this connec-
tion some remarks of his about wine may be men-
tioned. Hard drinking was in fashion during his
youth, and at public dinners men who let the bottle
pass were hardly regarded as gentlemen. Disraeli,
who could never stand much wine, suffered a good
deal from this social usage, and he set himself to
study the demeanor of men who could drink deep
bourne was one of these, arid he gave Disraeli a
wrinkle by saying : You can drink if yo% don't
talk; if young talk muchyou needn't drink, fo~ peo-
ple will think you are drunk and let you alone."
It is obvious that the excitement of conversation
must co-operate powerfully with the fumes of wine
in making the brain reel. Disraeli having noted
this fact, went further into the subject by observing
that a man' s convivial propensities are always taken
for granted if he talks in praise of wine and appears
to be very critical about it. Some of his remarks
savoring of the most refined epicureanism may
therefore be ascribed solely to his temperate desire
to find excuses for not drinking. He was not a
judge of wines, though he pretended to be, and once
allowed himself to lay down the law about Bur-
gundy against the late Lord Seldon. A droll trait
in him was that he spoke enthusiastically about cer-
tain choice wines, but he never described any sort of
liquor, even gin. A reason he once gave for "say-
ing something kind about brandy in the presence
of a person addicted to spirits would have had a
Mephistophelean ring if the subject of the obser-
vation had not been, humanly speaking, irreclaim-
able : "I could not speak ill of his only friend."
"I should call brandy his enemy," interposed a
lady. "Ah, wellsa man hates his enemy the worse
for hearing him well spoken of," was the mild re-
TO BE SOLD,
By Public Auction,
At the Wharf, by the Big Shed,
At 12 o'clock,
The 28th Instant,
Under and by virtue of a Writ of Execution is-
sued from the Court of General Assize at suit
of JAMES GILBERT LAURENCE vs. FRA- .
SER DESHIELD, vizt.,
The Bermuda Sail Boat
(Lately thoroughly repaired, measur-
ing over all about twenty-seven feet, with
Spars, Sails, (Mainsail and two new jibs), Iron
Ballast, Moorings and Appurtenances,
All of which will be at the risk of the purcha-
ser as soon as bid off and must be paid for im-
mediately after the Sale.
J. H. TROTT,
Pro. Mar. Genl.
Hamilton, November 13, 1883.
L No. 1026 G. U. 0. oF O. F.
All Members of the above Lodge are requested
to attend at the next General Meeting
On Wednesday Evening,
The 21st Instant, at 7'30,
At their Lodge Room in this Town.
This Meeting is called for the transaction of
Business of Importance.
GEORGE F. MACKENZIE,
Hamilton, November 14, 1883.-2
UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.
Crown Bottling Company
Makers of all kinds of
DOUBLE SODA WATER
SUPERIOR LEMONADE -
BELFAST GINGER ALE
QUININE TONIC WATER
Vichy, Seltzer and Potash WATER
&c., &c.,. &e.
All the best consumers in Bermuda are now
supplied from this Establishment.
Special rates to Canteens and Messes.
Price Lists on application.
Everything sent out guaranteed first-class,
and equal to that we supplied to H. R. H. the
THE CROWN BOTTLING COM-
Cor. of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
October 29, 1883.-tf
For quick growth,
For sale (on easy terms)
By W. H. WATLINGTON.
Reid Street, Hamilton, )
13th November, 1883.
For LADIES and GENTLEMEN,
MRS. A. W. JONES,
Village Belle," Crawl, Bermuda,
Five minutes walk from the Shelly Bay Race
.p Beautiful Sea view and other attractions.
November 9th, 1883.
Birthday, Xmas and New
A Carefully Selected Assortment of
Birthday, Christmas and
Books and Cards.
For Sale at the Royail Gazette" Stationery
Hamilton, Octr. 80th, 1883.
Department of Public
Tenders for the supply of
30,000 Feet of Building
To be delivered and stacked on or near the
site of the new Government House; stating
price per 100 feet, cube, and accompanied by
a specimen of the stone offered, will be re-
ceived at the office of the COLONIAL SuRVEYoB,
up to noon of
Friday, 30th November,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
J4 H. M. RAE,
ON Wednesday, 31st October, be-.
tween the Commissariat Wharf, and
Prospect Camp, an Egyptian
MEDAL AND CLASP
Anyone bringing the same to the Orderly
Room of the York and Lancaster Regiment at
Prospect will be rewarded.
November 6th, 1883.
The last named Machine was select-
ed and used at Inglewood, during the
stay of H. E. Highness
at Bermuda, selected in preference to any other.
Parties in need of a good SEWING MACHINE'
ought to be very cautious in the purchase, as
several now offered in the market would hardly
sell as old iron.
Over 800 Sewing Machines have been old ly
the subscriber, and in every instance satisfactiou -
has been given.
C. H. ROBINSON,
45 Front Street.
13th November, 1883.-2
On Sale at Royal Gazette" Stationery Store
a small supply of MESSRS. GABRIEL'S
Hamilton, Nov. 12th, 18883.
New Year Cards,
Just received and opened to-day,
A Choice assortment
Imported, not made in the Island
C. H. ROBINSON.
45 Front Street
Hamilton, 13th Nov. 1883.--2
1WX ANTED, as an Apprentice to
VT the BAKING TRADE, a WHITE -
BOY, about 16 years old.
Apply at the Royal Gazette Office on or,
before the 30th instant. .
Hamilton, Nov. 12, 1883.-2"
About 15 bands, 6 years,
Good in saddle and all harmes.
Believed perfectly sound, '
For further particulars apply to the A.D.O.,
Mount Langton. '
November 12th, 1883.
Persons should read the advertisement ~a~a'
another column headed Good Ooffee."
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WEEKLY REPORT OF THE WEATHER
at Gibbs' Hill Light Staition at Bermuda,
between the 11th and I 8th November, 1883 :
height above th,:. sea being 246 feet at base
where the .gi.-tr'is kept,
Hamilton, November 20, 1883.
THE Publication of the Royal Gazette News-
paper, and the Printing and Stationery
isin~'s of the late DONALD M'PHEE LEE will
continue to be carried on, as hitherto, in the
name of the late Proprietor, until further no-
tice, under the management of his son MR.
QaxEGO VY V, LEE.
ANNE H. LEE,
GREGORY V. LEE,
THOMAS S. REID,
14th February, 1883.
BE I 1UDA.
Proceedings of the Honorable Le-
Friday, 16th November.-Pursuaut to adjourn-
ment the House met.
.Present-His Honor Josiah, Rees, Chief Justice,
The Honorable Win. H. Gosling,
(" Eugenius Harvey,
i ? Joseph H. Harvey,
"James Tucker, Rec. Genl.,
G. S. Tucker,
SCvenidih Boyle, Col. Sect.
A Bill entitled An Act to encourage regular
Steaum Communication between these Islands and
Liverpool, England, and between these Islands and
Newport News in the United States of America,"
A Resolve granting the sum of 100 to be ex-
pended in deepening the Channel leading into
Burchal's Cove ; were brought up from the House
of Assembly and teverally read a first time.
The Resolve authorising the payment to the
Stewards of the B. M. E. Church, for the use of
the said Church, of the amount granted by Law in
aid of the Miuistry thereof, for the interval between
the departure of one Minister and the arrival of
another, was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Hon. E. Harvey in the Chair.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve without
The House adopted the Report, and the rule as
to several readings of Bills and Resolutions on the
same day having been suspended by unanimous
con.at. the said Resolve was then read the third
tine and passed, and ordered to be laid before His
ExOcUency the Governer by the Hon. Cavendish
Ordered, that the House at its rising do adjourn
to Tuesday, the 27th instant.
'Adjourned to Tuesday, 27th instant.
Nov. 14-British Steamer Nubian, Jones, Newport
News; 2,01ouu toun uf general merchandize for
LiverpooL.-Agent, S. S. Ingham, Jr.
19-Mail Steamer Orinoco, Fraser, New York; as.
sortedecargo.-Agcuts, Trott & Cox.
Nov. 14-Br. Steamer Nubian, Jones, Liverpool,
England; inward cargo.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE'S.
.Nov. 16.-Am. 3-masted schr. Anna, Wicks, New-
port News; 3,063 bbls. whiskey.-Agent, H.
In the Mail Steamer Orinoco on Sunday last from
New York :-Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Curtiss, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. carter, Mrs. H. P. Willis two children
and Miss A. Willis, Mrs. Patterson and the Misses
Pattersons, Miss A. Dreger, Miss Bina Care, Miss
Edith Hastings, Miss Ester Horn, Miss Annie
McMingle, Miss Edith Hayward, Miss G. M. Smith,
Dr. Bascome, Messrs. D. G. Oneil, C. J. Barnes J.
W. Jugs, C. H. Shoemaker, H. Sandersen, T. Scott
Pearman, S. Charles, C.T. Sandford,,J. W. Gordon,
Henry R. Williamsand JamesWilliams.-2nd Cabin,
Ella Musson, Mary Barrit and Harry Ramous and
7 in the Steerage.
In the Steamer Nubian for Liverpool on Wed-
nesday last ---Mr, and Mrs. John Feesey and five
children, aul Lieat H. R. Buler, R...
Steamer Aubian left Newport News for Bermuda
on Sunday, 11th iu3t., at 10 a.m., took pilot off Ber-
muda, 6 p.m., 13th inst., arrived at Grassy Bay
S a.m. 14th, and sailed for Liverpool 2 p.m. same
y Union LineS S. .'Arab sailed from Liverpool
for-jermuda lth instant, having 30 first class and
a f 1w *2adloss passengers, and about 100 tons cargo
for Bermuda. The Arab may be expected to arrive
in Grassy Bay on Thursday morning next, and will
probably leave again for Newport New on same
45* The following Memorandum was found in a
bottle on Thursday last, at Middleton's Bay on the
South Side of Pagets Parish, by Mr. William
Standford, and kindly spnt us fur publication :-
TI 26 Giugno 1l877. Lat. 39 13' S. Longit 38
09' Ovest Greenuh.
N*jV.-1H; [.'S Garct, Captain Hon. V. A.
Montague, arrived from Halifax on Saturday last.
The Garnet expdfienced very heavy weather on the
H. M. Flagship Northampton, Captain Digby,
waq t&laut, Halifaxtc for Bermuda either yesterday
or to.day. H. M. S. Tcd. may accompany the
H. M. S. antome expected from West Indies
LAW REPORT. I
Court of General Assize.
SPECIAL CRIMINAL SESSION.
Commenced 19TH NOVEMBER, 1883. t
A Special Criminal Session of the Court of Gen-
eral Assize was opened yesterday to try four or five
cases, which it was considered advisable not to let
stand over until Easter Term.
Anew Grand Jury was empanelled, of which Mr.
William George Frith was chosen Foreman. A
true bill was found against Robert Bedingfield for
shooting with intent to murder, and the Grand
Jury was released until to-morrow.
The second trial in the case of R. v. Albert
Walcher Eve was commenced, and the case for the
prosecution was not quite concluded at 5 p.m.
when the Court adjourned until this (Tuesday)
morning at 10 a.m.
We understand that there are three cases of
shooting with intent to murder, and a case of
stabbing which occurred on board the barque Osseo
at St. George's, which will probably be tried.'
BERMUDA HUNT CLUB.
At a general meeting of the Hunt Club, held at
the Town Hall, Hamilton, on 15th November,
Present-R. D. Darrell, Esq., in the chair;
Surgeon-Major Campbell, A.M.D., Capt. Myers,
Mr. J. Barritt, Mr. D. Hollis, Dr. Stansby, Mr.
T. J. Pearman, Mr. D. G. Lane, Mr. D. J. Lane,
Mr. G. 0. Whitney, Mr. 0. 0. Hollis, Dr. T. H.
Outerbridge, Mr. J. M. Rae, Colonial Surveyor,
Mr. G. V. Lee, Mr. C. Zuill, Mr. Hughes, Mr. R. S.
Darrell, Dr. Smith, Mr. Gorham, Dr. Mercer,
Capt. Hallett, D.A.C.G.
The following members were elected :-W. A.
Masters, Esq., C. G. Neale, Esq.
Proposed by Mr. J. Barritt, seconded by Dr. T.
H. Outerbridge, that Rule No. 1 of the Hunt Club
be not altered.
Amendment by Dr. Smith, seconded by Mr. D.
J. Lane, that 'the following words be added to
Rule No. 1: Or ridden by licensed jockeys at
the next meeting."--Amendment carried.
Proposed by Mr. J. Barritt, seconded by Mr.
D. Hollis, that the'jockeys be licensed by the
Stewards of the meeting, not later than December
Amendment by Mr. D. J. Lane, seconded by
Dr. Smith, that the jockeys be licensed by a gen-
eral meeting.-Amendment carried.
Proposed by Mr. D. G. Lane, seconded by Mr.
D. J. Lane, that the license fee for jockeys be 1.
Amendment by Dr. T. H. Outerbridge, second-
ed by Mr. J. Barritt, that the license fee be 5.
Proposed by Mr. D. J. Lane, seconded by Dr.
Smith, that the money taken for licensed jockeys'
fees go to the race fund.
Amendment by Dr. T. H. Outerbridge, seconded
by Mr. J. Barritt, that the money taken for
licensed jockeys' fees go to the Hunt Club fund.
The meeting terminated with a vote of thanks
to the Chairman, R. D. Darrell, Esq.
C. HALLETT, Capt., D.A.C.G.,
Hon. Sec. B.H.C.
ODDFELLOWSHIP AT SOMERSET.
The opening of the Loyal "Irresistible Lodge
of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Manches-
ter Unity, Friendly Society, took place on the 8th
day of November, 1883.
After the place being duly dedicated according
to custom the installation of the officers took place,
when P.G.M. J. C. Pearce of the Pride of Devon
Lodge, Plymouth District, representing the G.M.
of the Halifax, N.S., District and P.G.M. T. May
of the Temple of Peace Lodge, Plymouth District,
representing the D.G.M. of the Halifax, N.S.,
District. The following officers were installed :
P.G.M. J. C. Pearce as G.M., P.G.M. T. May as
N.G., Bro. C. Pope of the Flower of the Day
Lodge as V.G., and Bro. G. Allen of the Temple
of Peace Lodge, Plymouth District, as Secretary.
The N.G. being supported by P.G.M. T. Batters-
bee as R.S. and P.G.M. B. Simmons as L.S. of the
Flower of the Day Lodge, V.G. supported by Bro.
S. Simmons as R.S., and Bro. Dickenson as L.S. of
the Flower of the Day Lodge, G.M. supported by
Bro. Elgar as R.S. and Bro. Pennel as L.S. of the
Royal Naval Lodge, Portsmouth, and Bro. E. C.
Steed as W., Bro. J. Guest of the Flower of the
Day Lodge as 1.0., and Bro. Plummer of the Royal
Naval Lodge as O.G.
There were also present P.G.M. C. Allan of the
Temple of Peace Lodge, Plymouth; Bros. Plaice,
Dickinson, Potts, Simmons, Simmons, &c., of the
Flower of the Day Lodge, Hamilton ; and Bros.
Crosskill, Richards, &c., of the Royal Naval Lodge,
Portsmouth. After the business being closed all
sat down to a cold spread provided by our worthy
host, Mr. W. Stowe, when a fine evening was spent
with speeches, songs, &c.
NoTicn.-The Lodge will be held every alternate
Thursday at 7 o'clock from date of opening.-[Com.]
ARRIVAL OF THE "-HIMALAYA," WITH
THE ROYAL IRISH RIFLES.
Shortly after 8 o'clock this morning the troop-
ship was signalled at the Citadel, and immediately.
people began to flock towards the wharves to have a
view of her. By the time she steamed up the
harbour there was a large number of spectators on
the wharves. She made a quick run up, and arrived
off the Dockyard before 10 o'clock, at which place
the band of the Rifles played "Rule Rritannia,"
and when the steamer was moored they gave GonD
Save the Queen." The Himalaya encountered
rough weather on the first day of the passage from
Bermuda, but afterwards it was pleasant through-
out. On yesterday, the wife of Sergt. McArthur,
of the Royal Engineers who had been ill, breathed
her last, and her remains were brought on to this
place. The Rifles are mostly young men, and
number about 800. There are also one officer and
31 rank and file of the Royal Engineers on board
who are to relieve the torpedo section of the same
corps now at this station.-Halifax, N.S., Recorder,
The Halifax Dynamiters--12,000 bad wanted.-
This morning, the dynamiters' application for dis-
charge under the habeas corpus act was argued be-
fore Judge Thompson, Motton, Longley and Lyons
appearing for the prisoners, and the Attorney
General and Pearson opposing the application for
discharge on the ground that even if there was no
charge in the warrant there was an offence under
common law for which the Judge could hold them.
Mr. Motton argued in reply to the Attorney
General, that from the evidence no intent could be
Mr. Longley followed on the same side, arguing
that the evidence did not disclose any pretense by
a common law nuisance. It was the scope of the
evidence that these men had onlyin their possession
the ordinary amount of miners.
Judge Thompson said the warrant was entirely
bad, and no intent was alleged or proved, but he
thought there was some evidence of a nuisance, he
would, therefore, set aside the warrant and direct a
proper commitment to be made out for a nuisance
if desired. He fixed the bail at $6,000 each and
two sureties at $3,000 eaeh. The Judge thought
the Customs prosecution frivolous, and said any
Judge would direct the Grand Jury not to find a
Medal and Khedive's Star. His Excellency re-
turned to Hamilton the same day. The total num-
ber of troops on parade were 15 officers and 378
His Excellency the Lieut.-General Commanding
inspected the Headquarters 2nd Batt. York and
Lancaster Regiment at Prospect on Thursday
morning last. The troops, consisting of four
companies, paraded in marching order and were
drawn up in line, facing west, on the Cricket
Ground. At 11 a.m. His Excellency, attended by
his Brigade-Major ind Lieut. H. L. Gallwey,
A.D.C., arrived on the ground and was received
with the usual salute, and proceeded to make a
minute inspection of the troops. Quarter column
was then formed and the Battalion marched past
twice in column and once in quarter column at the
trail, then deployed outwards and was put through
the bayonet exercise, which was again done in
"quick time." An advance in review order and a
general salute completed the inspection, and the
troops were marched back to camp. The follow-
ing officers were on parade :-Lieut.-Col. Simp-
son, Major Luck, Captain Horton (Adjt.), Captain
Lousada, Lieuts. Colhoun, Lowry, Howe, Maul,
Leigh-Lye, Kershaw, Qr.-Mr. Boulger, V.C.
[We copy from the Halifax Acadian Recorder,
Nov. 6th, the following extract from its account of
the horse Racing in that city.]
During the interim of those races a sweepstakes
was made, and a irid race took place, which
resulted in one of tWbest contests which ever took
place on those grounds.
The distance was a quarter of a mile, and the
starters were Lady Mary, Duffus' black pony, Tiny,
White Eye, Jones' black pony, and Sir E. Com-
merell's bay mare, ridden by the owner. They got
away to a fair start with White Eye to the front,
followed by Lady Mary, a head in advance of the
Admiral's mare, who was but a short distance ahead
of Tiny, while the ponies ridden by Jones and
Duffus brought up the rear. At the turn the track
was very muddy, and just here Admiral Commerell
showed his skill as a rider in a race. To escape the
mud White Eye and Lady Mary were ridden wide
at the turn, and the Admiral, who was riding a
good strong mare, took the pole, thus gaining such
an advantage that placed his mare on even terms
with White Eye. Just as Tiny reached the turn
she bolted into the corner, and Jones' mare went
into fourth place, with Duffus' pony close by. The
race up the stretch was an exciting one, and al-
though White Eye was somewhat tired from her
previous races, she made a game struggle with the
Admiral's beautiful bay, who crossed the line a
neck in advance of White Eye, with Lady Mary
three lengths off and but a half a length ahead of
Jones' pony, which had quite a lead over the other
black pony. Annexed is the summary:
Same day; sweepstakes; $ each; j mile ;
catch-weights; owners to ride.
Sir E Commerell's bay mare................ 1
Lieut-Col. Lane's blk m White Eye..... .... 2
Lieut. Stuart Wortley's ch m Lady Mary .... 3
A E Jones' black pony, and W S Duffus' black pony
ran unplaced, GB Walker's bay mare Tiny did
This ended the afternoon's sport, which had been
most pleasant for those who were fortunate enough
to be present. The Admiral's victory was received
with rounds of applause, and Colonel Lane's success
also came in for its share of praise, though all took
compassion on Mr. Walker with the ill-luck which
he had with his mare. The afternoon's sport clearly
demonstrated that, although we are to lose many
lovers of the turf in the Munsters, while we have
such men as Admiral Commerell and Lieut. Col.
Lane amongst us,, there need be no fear of there
being any lack of racing.
Qg Lieut. Leigh-Lye, 2nd Battalion York and
Lancaster Regiment, met with a serious accident at
four o'clock on Thursday afternoon. This officer
was alone in his quarters at Prospect, and, in the
act of handling his revolver, which by some means
went off, the bullet passing through the left side of
the chest. On his calling for assistance, Surgeon
Barrett, A.M.D., and other medical officers were
quickly on the spot. The unfortunate officer is
progressing as favourably as can be expected.
Or A CRuisiNo RACE was sailed on Friday last
between R. B. Y. Club Yachts.. Only four yachts
started, viz., Psyche, La Belle Ville, Undine and
Emerald. The race was won by the Emerald. La
Belle Ville was second.
A SHARX CAPTURED.-While Henry Richardson
was fishing on Wednesday evening at anchor in
his fishing boat on the South-west Spit, some ten
miles from shore, lie suddenly felt a jerk on his
small fishing-line. On hauling up he discovered
that he had hooked a shark inside his snout. With
the assistance of two other men in the boat, suc-
ceeded in securing him by striking him on the
head with a hatchet, and holding him in tow some
three or four hours before taking him on board.
On Thursday morning he was landed at the Fish
Wharf, foot of Burnaby Street, Hamilton, and at-
tracted a number of spectators. Mr. N. E. Lusher
photographed the marine monster, copies of which
may be had at his studio, corner Front and Burnaby
Streets. Length 9 feet 2 inches, supposed to weigh
1 Letters from Mr. J. Hart will be found on
first page of this Gazette. Later information
received yesterday from Mr. Hart informs us that
he HAS received his Stock of Vines and Plants from
California and France, and arranged to take
passage in next Orinoco leaving New York on 29th
inst., Mr. FHart's office in this Town will be 24 Front
t We are indebted for the late New York and
other papers to Captain Fraser, Mr. Purser Thomp-
son and other friends per Orinoco; S. S. Ingham,
Jr., T. 0. MoGrew and F. K. Outerbridge, Es-
i Entertainment Music and Readings at
Mechanics' Hall, in this Town, To-morrow even-
ing (Wednesday), the 21st instant. Doors open at
7. Performance commence at 7*30. Tickets to be
had at the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
4 W. T. James offers a sample Packet free to
all callers of the Celebrated washing preparation
"PEABLINE." Call early and test it on its merits.
Those who have tried it, commend it."
A pamphlet called "The Bitter Cry of Outcast
London has roused the widest indignation. Lord
Salisbury's article in the National Review called
"Labourers' and Artisans' Dwellings" has made
the exasperation still more bitter, the Standard
declaring that such a paper from such a man is
worth more than a hundred party speeches. Lon-
don, long indifferent, has suddenly learned that
there is more poverty in its streets than in the
worst part of Ireland. In squalid dens the poor
herd, multiply and die. Parliament cannot help
them. The measures already passed are impotent.
Philanthropy is misdirected. Societies are formed
to help discharged convicts, while honest workmen
are left to starve and respectable girls are turned
from the doors of Magdalen asylums because they
lack the necessary qualification.
Lord Salisbury proposes State intervention. He
affirms that "public loans are justified by the in-
genious considerations of public policy, even if all
thoughts of humanity are cast aside." He thinks
the working population should be transferred to
places outside the town, where good houses should
be built for them. Dozens of other remedies have
been proposed by other writers. The excitement
is great and very blunt language is used. The
Pall Mall Gazette says:-" The man who lives by
letting a pestilential dwelling house is morally on
a par with the man who lives by keeping a house
of evil fame."
Thus at last the politics of the poor have come
to the front. The Liberals are frightened that the
Conservative leader has headed the proposed re-
forms. "Since the memorable days," says the
Pall Mall Gazette, "when Mr. Gladstone startled
Europe by his pamphlet on the Bulgarian horrors
no English statesman has launched a manifesto
likely to have such wide and permanent effects as
that of Lord Salisbury."
A GREAT INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION.
The prospectus of the exhibition to be held in
New Orleans next year, and the preparations that
are under way, show a commendable determination
on the part of the managers to make the enterprise
what its name imports, a "world's industrial ex-
position." It is to be opened in December, 1884,
and continued until May, 1885. The plan is com-
prehensive both as to exhibits and exhibitors,
embracing all agricultural, mineral and industrial
products, and inviting competition from all parts of
the world. The exposition buildings are to cover an
area greater than that used in Philadelphia in 1876.
The enterprise has received the official stamp of the
National Government, and already a number of
Southern States have taken favorable action with
reference to it. The people of the South are
beginning to show a lively interest in it, and alto-
gether it promises to be the greatest exposition held
in this country since the Centennial. Let the
North unite with the South in making this a
national enterprise and a national success, and
thereby give a new impetus to Southern industrial
activity, the fruits of which will be shared by the
nation at large.
The Irish Peace.-MANIHESTER, Nov. 13.-The
Guardian's London correspondent says it is under-
stood that Earl Spencer, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland,
has been instructed by the Cabinet to keep peace in
Ireland between the Nationalists and Orangemen
by discouraging meetings of both parties and
forbiding gatherings of members of either organi-
zation if any trouble is threatened threat.
DUBLIN, Nov. 12.-The Irish Times says a syndi-
cate in London is discussing a project for the con-
sideration of a ship canal separating the North and
South of Ireland.
LoxwoN, Nov. 14.-The boring of the tunnel
through the Arlberg (the Ealge's Mount), a branch
of the Rhaetian Alps has been completed.
The Paris .Figaro publishes a report that the
Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria-Hungary will
attend the opening of the Exhibition at Turin,
A Diplomatist Insulted.-LoNDox, Nov. 11.-Dur-
ing the celebration of a Moorish festival at Tangier
a stone thrown by a Moor struck the French Charg6
d'Affaires. The latter has demanded the punish.
ment of the offender, the payment of 200 for the
benefit of the poor,
INSPECTION OF THE (84TH) YORK AND ONE DAY ONLY FOR THE HORSE RACES.
On Monday, the 12th instant, the whole of the To the Editor of the Royal G,: .:..
;roops stationed at St. George's, Bermuda, were in- SIm,-It has come to my knowledge ti.m in-
spected by His Excellency Lieut.-General Gall- ous authentic sources, that the decisi'i : tIf n: ILi:L-
wey. The troops in complete marching order in jority of those members of the "Beinia.it Hiniit
tunics were formed up on the Divisional Cricket Club" who assembled at the general Iu'. tin-. lIll.1
Ground, facing South, at 11-15 a.m., in quarter on 24th September last and carried a 1i. -*Ilutnti .
column of companies at 12 paces interval between the effect that "there be two days' i.:in ig .it tIi:
Battalions. The Royal Artillery formed on the coming meeting" (on 11th and 13th December), in -
right under the command of Major Simpson. The stead of one only for the purpose as li.: r:t. .'foi, ik
Royal Engineers, under the command of Major most unpopular with, and has been v.: y uiin]t',. -
Edminundes, in the centre, and the Detachment ably canvassed by, the people generally.
York and Lancaster Regiment, under Lieut.-Col. In support of this objection it is ur'.] thI,,t theo
Lees, formed on the left, the Band of the York arrangement for two days' meeting woald -o-rio u-
and Lancaster Regiment in rear of the centre ly diminish the number of persons who ii.iy at-
of the Brigade. Lieut.-Col. and Bvt.-Col. C. E. tend the Horse Races, as some could only be prI:-
Newport, commanding troops at St. George's, ar- sent on the first day and others on the second oc-
rived at 11-30 a.m., and punctually at 12 noon His casion, while in the other case almost iv: rybod:ly
Excellency the Lieut.-General Commanding was might leave his daily avocation and take a holi'liay
received on the Parade Ground with the usual Geu- for that once ; that the interest in the ra.c- will i::-
eral's Salute. His Excellency was accompanied by thereby lessened; that the gate-money must ne-
Major J. G. Ponsonby, Brigade Major, Lieut. Gall- cessarily fall short; and that travelling expenses,
wey, A.D.C., and Lieut.-Col. Simpson and Cap- &c., will be doubled; besides other important con-
tains Horton and Lousada, 2nd Battalion York and siderations. Again, I hear that many have re-
Lancaster Regiment. After most minutely inspect, fused to subscribe towards the prize fund on ac-
ing the troops on parade, the Lieut.-Genl. Corn- count of the present arrangement-and in fact I
manding took up his position at the saluting point, can vouch for this from personal experience. The
and the troops immediately started to march past want of adequate funds for securing anything like
in column of companies at the shoulder. The a decent prize for the owners of. the winning
Royal Artillery leading, followed by the Royal En- horses, must be unquestionably a serious drawback
gineers, both corps marching in their well known to the success of the races.
splendid style. Then came the Detachment 2nd In view, therefore, of all these facts, as well as
Batt..YQrk and Lancaster, who showed the Bermu- others which I deem it unnecessary to mention, it
dian populace that ltehad not lost their steady is to be hoped that-there being still ample time-
regular pace which drew such high praise from His the Executive Committee of the Club will see fit to
Highness the Khedive at the review at Cairo, and reconsider the matter and appoint one only of the
also from His Royal Highness the Commander-in- dates referred to for the Race Meeting. Such ac-
Chief at the still greater review before Her Majes- tion on their part, I am confident, will not only
ty in London in November last, on the occasion of be approved by the community at large, but will
the return of the troops from Egypt. Having likewise tend to consummate the anticipated
changed ranks the troops were marched past at success of the Shelly Bay Horse Races, 1883."
quarter column, and then, wheeling into line o0 I am, Sir, yours truly,
quarter column of companies, they advanced in G.
review order, and, after the usual salute, the troops Paget, 46th November, 1883.
marched. back to Barracks. Most of the men of the
.2nd Batt. Y and L Reimn writore the E tvnian "
T. C. McCALLAN,
17th Novr., 1883.
I WILL SELL BY
the 22nd instant,
at 12 o'clock Noon, at the
in this Town, the whole of the FURNITURE
therein, comprising as follows :
DINING ROOM, PARLOUR, and BED-
ROOM SUITES, Nearly New-recently
Bed and Table LINEN
GLASS and CROCKERY WARE.
2 BILLIARD TABLES, complete
KITCHEN UTENSILS, &c., &c., &c.
For particulars or information apply to the
W. T. ROBERTS,
St. George's, Nov. 13, 1883.
W. P. C.
T HERE will be a Special Meeting of the
WARWICK PLANTERS' CLUB
On Thursday next,
The 22nd instant, at 7-30 p.m.
F. T. WARD,
Act. Sect. W. P. 0.
Nov. 17th, 1883.
A Meeting of the above named
Association will take place at the Hall
on the Evening of
Monday next, 26th inst.,
At 7 o'clock.
C. W. GAUNTLETT,
Hamilton, Nov. 20th, 1883.-1 pd
Bermuda Pocket Alma-
nack, 1884. *
Persons desirous of inserting Ad-
vertisements in the above Publication will
please send in same on or before
MONDAY, Dec. 3,
When the Almanack will be Positively Closed.
"Royal Gazette" Office,
November 20th, 1883.-3 p
NY Person having rare Bermuda Shells
A (Land or Sea) will confer a favour on the
Proprietor of this Gazette by lending or giving
the same in order to assist in the compilation
of a Descriptive Catalague of Bermuda Mollus-
ca now being prepared for publication.
"Royal Gazette" Office, Hamilton,
November 20, 1883.
The "Best CIGAR
For sale by H. A. GRANTHAM.
46 & 47 Front Street, Hamilton.
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Apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office, Harm-
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containing the Latest Foreign Intelligence ex
S.S. Orinoco, Interesting Miscellaneous News,
Military Cricket Matches, &c., &c.
DIED, in Devonshire Parish, on the 8th inst.,
after a short illness, Miss NANCY MAnY BEAN, aged
......, in Sandys Parish, on the 12th instant,
MArY, relict of the late Israel Wilson, aged 89 years
and 9 months, leaving one son, two daughters,
twenty-one grandchildren, forty great grandchild-
ren and numerous other relations and friends to
mourn their loss.
WILL BB SOLD,
On Thursday next,
For Benefit of whom it may Concern.
Ex Brig Lizzie Zittlosen,"
Put into this Port in distress on a voyage from
New York to Havana, viz:-
210 Bags Peru. Guano,
1 Ullage Barrel BLACKING
W. C. HYLAND & CO.,
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
The Undersigned Will Sell,
XT PU RASILO 1 ,
At St. George's, on the Market Square,
The 24th instant, at 12 o'clock, noon,
And 1 Old Harness
Belonging to the Estate of the Late Samuel
By Order of the Executors,
W. T. ROBERTS,
St. George's, November 17, 1883.
Colonist please copy.
CHARLES G. EMMONS,
November 19th, 1883.-6m
J. S. Darrell,
No. 31 Front Street, Hamilton.
DEALER IN DRUGS
Patent MEDICINES, SOAPS, PERFUM-
ERY, and AERATED WATERS, &c.
MR. DARRELL takVs this opportunity
of thanking the public for their
patronage for the past year and begs to
solicit a continuance of their future favours.
A great deal might be said of the merits
of the Aerated Waters of this establishment
but a Good article requires No recommenda-
tion. All the Gas is used inside the bottles.
November 19, 1883.-4
Florida ORANGES (Superior to
Choice Table and Garnet Seed
W. T. MJdMJES,
41 & 42 Front Street.
Hamilton, Nov. 19th, 1883.-1
The Undersigned in now receiving, Ex S. S.
Orinoco," from New York,
A Full and Complete Line of
Which is offered at low rates for the Cash.
Messrs. W. 0. HYLAND & CO., have kindly
consented to act as my agent at St. George's
for the sale of the goods.
Cash orders respectfully solicited.
JAS. A. CONYERS.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 4 3p
Octr. 23rd, 1883. J P
Wholesale and Retail
European and American.
ITILL receive new lots by every Mail. Large
" variety now showing. Special prices
for quantities. All sizes of Envelopes.
Tower, Hamilton, Nov. 19, 1883.
Garnet Seed Potatoes.
Now Receiving ex Orinoco,"
100 Barrels New York
Specially Selected for early Planting.
JAO. F. BURROWS CO.
Hamilton, 19th Nov. 1883.-2 3p
LADIES and GENTLEMEN visiting Bermu-
da can be comfortably accomnodated on
Reasonable Terms by applying to
W. S. PENISTON,
"Jackville," Hamilton Parish.
K7 Sea Bathing and Boating among other
November, 5th, 1883,-3p tf,
November 21st, 1883.
PIANO DUETT ...Mr. F. and Miss Ward. 0
READING .......... Rev. Dr. Penny.
VOCAL DUETT. .. Mr. Simpson and Mr. R. Frith.
SONG ....... .. Mrs. Tuzo Frith.
READING ....... Mr. Cecil Tucker.
SONG .......... Mr. Simpson.
VOCAL DUETT. ..Mrs. Tuzo Frith & Miss Ward.
READING .......The Chief Justice.
SONG .......... Mr. Simpson.
READING.......Rev. Dr. Penny.
PIANO DUETT. ..Mr. F. and Miss Ward.
SONG ..........Mrs. Tuzo Frith.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
Doors open at 7 and Performance commence
Hamilton, 20th Nov., 1883.
Book of Directions
For working the NATIONAL "
Can be had at our office, gratis.
We beg to call special attention to the under-
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Hamilton, Nov. 19, 1883.-2 3p
HAXILTON, 16th November, 1883.
E, the undersigned, having purchased from
I Messrs. J. T. Darrell & Co., the "National "
Sewing Machine, hereby take pleasure in affirming
that the machines, have, in every instance, given
great satisfaction, and, for their cheapness, cannot
be surpassed in these Islands.
J. L. Trimingham, James T. Jones,
W. E Talbot, Chas. E. Clay,
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Robt. R. Swainson, J. F. Smith,
A. R. Thompson, James Page.
For Sale by Tender,
1 Extention Top PHAETON
1 Single HARNESS Silver mounted
1 Iron Grey
(Tip) 7 years 15 Hands
1 Bay MARE 15 Hands, 6 years
1 Hillside PLOUGH
1 Racing DINGEY and 3 Suits of
Sails and racing fittings complete.
Tenders will be received to
10th December, 1883,
When the highest if approved will be accepted.
JAMES B. LINDLEY,
November 19th, 1883.
"No one ever lost a Sweet Tooth.'
Per S. S. "Orinoco,"
R AISINS PRUNES DATES
FIGS FILBERTS BRAZILS
Small tins Dessert FRUIT
Calf's Foot JELLY GUAVAS
APRICOTS and some other good things
which please inspect
SFRED. A. WHITE,
Nos. 10 and 12 Queen Street.
Hamilton, Nov. 20th, 1883.-2 3p
Wanted to Hire
For the Winter
Enquire at this Office.
November 19th, 1883.-1 pd
- TITTLE BEAUTIES," Perfection Lawn
STennis and other CIGARETTES for sale
by H. A. GRANTHAM.
Fresh importations every Steamer.
In Stock and now Receiving
Choice Table Potatoes,
"Early Rose," Prolific,"" Mountain Sweet,"
"Beauty of Hebron."
W. T. JAMES,
41 & 42 Front Street.
Hamilton, 28th Octr., 1883.-3 3p
E. B. JONES
Corner of Reid and Queen Street,
Always on hand a very choice Selection of
In CEDAR, PALMETTO
November 5th, 1883.-3p tf,
Real Estate in Southampton Parish,
to be sold by Tender by order of
the Mortgagee under a Power of
Sale contained in a Mortgage.
THE undersigned is instructed to offer for
Sale, by Tender, a
called Radnor, and 14a. Ir. 4p. of Land more
or less, in Southampton Parish, lately held by
CLINTON HARING NASH[I, deceased.
Particulars of the property and Conditions of
Sale may be obtained on application to the
TENDERS for the above property will be
received by the undersigned until noon of
the 24th November, instant, when the highest,
if approved, will be accepted.
S. BROWNLOW GRAY.
Hamilton, 12th November, 1883.-2 3p
WASHING MADE EASY!
James Pyle's PEARLINE
The best thing ever invented to make
in hard or soft water.
No Soap required.
Directions with each package.
No family should be without it.
For sale by the undersigned Wholesale and
Retail at Manufacturer's Prices, and no
charge for freight or duty.
oj A Sample Package given to every family
W. T. JAMES,
41 and 42 Front Street,
Sole Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, Nov. 20th, 1883.-1
JUST RECEIVED PER "ORINOCO,"
Our Fall and Winter Stock of
Boots and Shoes
of every description, which we offer at
NEW YORK AND LONDON PRICES.
SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF
Gents' and Boys' Dancing Pumps and Slippers
Ladies' and Misses' do Shoes and do.
GWYER & DEMPSIE,
No. 1 FRONT STREET.
St. George's Hotel,
MARKET SQUARE, ST. GEORGE'S.
The ST. GEORGE's has' een for years the
Leading Hotel in the Town of St. George,
And Visitors and Travellers will find excellent
accommodations at all times.
CASTOR POMACE in Bags of
MAPES' POTATO MANURE
in Barrels of 2'1.1) lb.
MAPES' FISH GUANO in Barrels
of 200 lb.
For Sale by
2S. S. IJNGHNM.
Hamilton, 20th Nov., 1883.
H. A. GRANTHAM.
Ladies' BOOTS and SHOES,
H. A. GRANTHAM.
CIGARETTES and TOBACCOS,
H. A. GRANTHAM,
For Sale at low Cash Prices.
46 & 47 F'.,ut Street, Hamilton.
Novr. 19, 1883.-2
Expected to arrive per
Schooner from Halifax,
SRUMS and Boxes FISH
-1 bbl. MACKEREL
A few dozen cheap BROOMS
HAY and OATS
Lowest cash prices always the rule.
FRED. A.. WHITE,
No. 10 and 12 Queen Street'
Hamilton, Nov. 20, 1883.-2 3p
Prang's Celebrated Cards
Christmas, New Years, Birthday
*J i :' (
Chromos, &c., &c.
At the Store of Prang's Agent you can find a large
an 1 handsome assortment in all lines to select from
at lowest prices.
Call and Examine. No trouble to show Goods.
5, 7 and 9 Church Street,
Sole Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, November 20, 1888.
New York Mail Steamer.
4 ORINOCO ,"
Will leave Hamilton at 1 p.m.,
22nd November, 1883.
FOR NEW YORK,
To leave thence for return on 29th November,.
Freight, Specie on Freight, and Parcels will
be received until 6 p.m., Wednesday, 21st No-
vember. Bills of Lading will be signed until
10 a.m., 22nd November.
Passenger Stage will be removed at 12"30
p.m., 22nd November.
TROTT & COX,
19th Novr., 1883.-1
Union S. S. Company
Is expected to arrive in Grassy Bay
On Thursday Next,
Consignees will please attend to
the receipt of their Goods which will be brought to
Hamilton by Lighters.
The Arab" is intended to sail for
Within a few hours of her arrival at Grassy Bay.
Passengers for the United States taken at custo-
S. S. INGHAM, JR.,
Hamilton, 19th November, 1883.-1
Union S. S. Company,
Ilit ect 1v &c+ *
FOR LIV L oRP o sL,
A R A B,"
Captain Henry Owen,
Is intended to leave hence for Liv-
On 10th December next.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
1st Class-15 and 18 Guineas.
2nd Class-12 Guineas.
Parties wishing to secure Freight room hence
to Liverpool are requested to furnish particulars of
same to undersigned on or before
22nd inst., at 12 o'clock, noon
For further particulars apply to
S. S. INGHAM, JR.,
Hamilton, Bermuda, 20th November, 1883.-2 3p
T HE Undersigned offer for Sale on accom-
modating Terms to approved purchasers
the undermentioned Goods in Stock, viz. :-
Bis. Mapes Fish GU ANO
Bags Potatoe MANURE 200 lbs.
Bags CASTOR POMACE 200 lbs.
Barrels Garnet Seed POTATOES of the re-
nowned Red Star Brand and expected to arrive
ab6ut end of this month Cargo of Onion and
Bags Peruvian GUANO
Kegs NAILS 4d. and 5d.
Barrels American Garnet Seed PO-
J. T. DJRRELL CO.
Hamilton, Nov. 12th, 1883.-2 3p
Dr. W. 0. F. Bascome,
.REID STREET, 1HAMILTON.
11AVING returned by the Mail Steamer
1 Orinoco" on Sanday, can be consulted
Professionally at his Office at all hours ex-
cepting Fridays, when he will visit Somerset.
Hamilton, Nov. 19th, 1883,
Colonial Secretary's Offce,
19TH NOVEMBER, 1883.
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
--has received information from the Right
Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies that Her Majesty will not be advised to
exercise Her power of disallowanee witbhre-
spect to the following Acts of, the Legislature
of Bermuda passed during the presenatSession:
No. 11.-"The Audit Act 1883."
No. 12.-" An Act to make provision for a
"New Compilation of the Laws of these
No. 13.-" An Act in addition to the Act
"making regulations for the suppression
"of Fires in the Town of Hamnilton."
By His Excelleney's Command,
1 CAVENDISH BOYLE.
Persons wishing to Rent the
Around Naval Cricket Ground at Somerset,
outside of Fence and within Boundary Stones,
are to send in applications-stating rent wil-
ling to give-to LIEUT. HARDY, R.M.L.I.,
By 30th November.
The Person renting will be required to live
in the vicinity, and take charge of the Cricket
Field, preventing trespass and unauthorized
persons using it, and to keep the ground pre-
pared for use.
Ireland Island, 2
17th Nov., 1883. "
'A large slpply of
P R Fu N1E M R Y,
Best Bay Water in the Market..
I beg to annex the following certificate ten.
dered me by the Butler of H. R. H. :
INGLEWOOD, April 10, 1883.
We have used Mr. J. B. Heyl's Soda Water
for a period extending over three months, and
have found it to give the greatest satisfaction.
C. MADDAMS, --
Butler to H. R. H. Princess Lbuise.
J. B. HEYL.
Hamilton, November 1st, 1883.-6 3p
IF you are in want of a good and cheap Car-
riage, Buggy, or Market Wagon, you should
see the Catalogue of HENRY HOOKER & CO.,
NEW HAVEN, before you purchase. '
The production of this factory is now so well
known throughout the world as the STAN-
DARD for excellence that purchasers are al-.
ways sure of ONLY THE HIGHEST GR AD ES.
JOHN F. BURROWS & CO.,
Hamilton, 12th, Nov., 1883.-4 3p
2p HE Undersigned has just Received from
14P London, Ontario, Canada, via New York,
per S. S. "Orinoco,"
Some Russian Mulberry PLANTS,
From 3/ to 4/ each.
And a few of the Celebrated Old Iron Clad
Also from his Nursery Garden in this Town can
be obtained several thousand of choice kinds of
G. 0. WHITNEY.
Hamilton, Nov. 20th, 1883.
VANITY FAIR Richmond MIXTURE
Richmond GEM CALUMET and other
TOBACCOS for sale by H. A. GRANTHAM.
Fresh importationgevery Steamer. 3
Corner York Street and Market
ST. GEOR G E'5,
This Hotel is conducted on first-class prin-
ciples, and superior accommodation is offered
to Boarders and Transient Guests. -
K Entrance to Front Bar, "GATE EN-
TRANCE," next to Stoop.
LIST OF UNCLAINIED LETTERS IN THE,,
POST OFFICE, HAMILTON, 17th Novr., 1888.
D Bascome, John Beaton, Jose de Bettenairt,-
John Burehell, R E Bermingham, F A Desylva,
E A Desilva, A 'S Desilva, Jose F de Faria, Fran-
cisco Fernandez, Sophia E CG':rut, Clara Jane
Hamilton, George Head, T J Huttou, May L
Kellogg, Wm R Lippincott, Manoel T de M.uriA,
R B i\, Antone J M...rs.lall, \V Nudd,
Henry Owe,, Win Risdon, 1 ia R,.borts, Jo.i' /
Roberty, JamesRemels, W H Sied, \\n Sym'ijds,
Manoel M de Silva, T J -'.mith, N U SuIuto, ,
Frederick Swan, Wm S Williams, E B Williams,
Peter Walch, Montague White. -
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE
POST OFFICE, ST. GEOluE, 17th Nov., 1W3.
W Lawrege, Mar4, Tappin.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
Notice to Farmers and
The Clipper Brigautine
Will leave, P. E. Island on or about
the 8th instant for Bermuda with a full cargo of
Potatoes, Oats, Butter, Oatmeal, &c.
And a Deck load of
C IO W S,
All of which have been personally selected for
this market, by the undersigned and will be
offered for sale on arrival, cheap for cash on
accommodating terms to approved purchasers.
H: C. OUTERBRIDGE,
60 Front St. Hamilton,
Cor. of Chancery Lane
H milton, Nov. 5ti,, 1883.-3
N. B.-The Potatoes both for planting and
eating, are of very superior quality, carefully
selected and consist of six different varieties.
NE W GOODS
Just arrived from England:
Coatings, Suitings and
Specially selected for this and the American
J. M. McNEILL & CO.,
64 and 65 Front Street, Hamilton.
October 23, 1883.*
T HE Undersigned after four years
expert -niice, i.- prepared to MAKE or RE-
PAIR MATTR ESSES at shortest notice and
on e(xcedtdilgly LOW RATES, and will also
CLEANSE H.AIR for the making of Mattresses.
November 6th, 1883.-3m.
Hard Stone Lime.
About TWO THOUSAND Bush.
Hard Stone LIME,I
Delivered at any part of either the Town of
St. George or Hamilton.
At One Shilling per Bushel.
In quantities not less than 30 Bushels.
JOHN THOMAS TURNER.
Hamilton Parish, Octr. 9th., 1883.
ioyal Gazette Stationery
Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets.
A full and varied Assortment of
Stationery, Books, &c.,
Always on hand.
Cheap Readings, English and Ame-
Hamilton, November 5th, 1883.
GEORGE A. SANFORD,
Manufacturer and dealer in
MARBLE AND POLISHED GRANITE
Head STONE., FONTS, Church TABLETS
Plates and Photographs of Monuments
shown and orders takea by the Undersigned.
All orders executed at shortest notice and on
W. T. JAMES,
Agent for Bermuda,
41 and 42 Front St., Hamilton.
August 7th, 1883.-6m
. Alueri(.an Cut Loaf
Yellow V. P.
Very Cheap for the Cash.
S. S. INGIAM.
11th S&ptezuI~-r, 1S83.
Dr, S. A. Smith, D. D. S.
TrJAKES this opportunity of acquainting his
. Patrons, that he has just returned from
New York in the S. Orinoco," where he
has had the advantage of acquiring the benefit
of the most recent and enlarged experiences
in Dental Surgery in the United States.
Hamilton, Sept. 24th, 1883.*
Persons should read the advertisement in
another column headed. "GcP d Coffee,"
Hamilton & St. George's,
CHAMPAGNE--Met and Chandon's, G. H.
Mumm's, Heidsieck & Co's Dry Monopole,
Brut, Vouvray, Saumur, Veuve Cliquot, Ver-
CLARET-(from same House in Bordeaux for
34 consecutive years)
PORT-very old bottled
SHERRY-Amontillado, Manzanilla, Montilla
BRANDY-Vintage 1860 and 1872, also x, xx,
Old Rye, and Bourbon, Scotch and Irish
RUM-Old Jamaica and Granada (1846) and a
largp and old stock of all other spirits
Curacoa, Creme de Cacao, Cherry Cordial,
Berrichonne, Maraschino, Milk Punch.
Guinness's Stout (bottled), Bass' Ale, bottled)
and in Hhds. and Kild.,, Barclay & Perkins'
Porter, bottled and in Hhds.
Henley's, Devonshire, Mott's, and Wintring-
Appollonaris Natural Mineral Water
SAUCES and PICKLES from Original Makers
English HAMS and BACON
Stilton, Cheddar, Wiltshire, Gruyere and Par-
Souchong, Congou, Hyson and Oolong TEAS
Compressed TEA-Breakfast & Drawing Room
Mocha and Java COFFEE
Refined and other SUGARS
Preserved MEATS and FISH
RICE English SOAP
Huntley & Palmer's BISCUITS
GLASSWARE, &c., &c.
Officers' Messes supplied for the last 50 years
and Canteens for the last 20 years.
Hamilton, OctoPer 23rd, 1833.
A Second hand Buggy
And Single HARNESS.
F. W. VOSSMER.
Hamilton, Octr. 30th, 1883.
Solicits the favor of the resident Ladies, also that
of Strangers visiting here.
Residence at MRS. OAKLEY'S, near Trinity
Hamilton, Bermuda m.
4th Sept., 1883. 51m.
THE NEW FORM OF
On Sale at the Royal Gazette Stationery Store.
Hamilton, Nov. 1, 1883.
ORDERS for Water ICES, Ice CREAMS, Ice
Cream PUDDING and CAKES made to
order at shortest notice at
E. A. MEYERS' Confectionery.
24 Front St. and Victoria St., corner m 5N
of East Broadway, Hamilton., N
The Smithery Business
F ORMERLY carried on in Hamilton by
-F. W. VOSSMER will in future be con-
F. W. F'OSSMER and G. W.
With their extensive knowledge of the busi-
ness, the observance of punctuality, and with
a guarantee of satisfaction generally, respect-
fully solicits a share of the Public Patronage.
F. W. VOSSMER & CO.
Hamilton, October 2nd, 1882.
THE Undersigned is prepared to MAKE
and REPAIR MATTRESSES at reason-
I Satisfaction guaranteed.
MRS. JANE RILEY,
September 1st, 1883.-3m.
S NEW MILCH COWS.
Apply at "RoyallGazette" Office.
October 30, 1883. .
UNION S. S, COMPANY.
Liverpool to Newport News, Va.
Steamers will be despatched as follows :-
From Liverpool, calling at Bermuda.
"NUBIAN" Oct. 13 "ARAB" Nov. 10.
"NUBIAN" Dec. 8. 1
PASSENGERS to Bermuda, 1st Class, 15 to 18
guineas, according to position and size of berth.
2nd Class, 12 guineas.
3rd Class, 5 Guineas.
Bermuda to Newport News 6 5/.
Return Ticket 10 8/4.
Through. Tickets to New York will be issued at
same rates as to Newport News.
Merchandise booked through from London to
Bermuda at customary rates.
MESSRS. STUMORE, WESTON & CO.,
34, Leadenhall Street, LONDOB.
and 20, Water Street, LIVERPOOL.
For further Information apply to
S. S. IJGGH ., Jr-.,
Bermuda, Octr. 2nd 1883.
Liverpool, Queenstown, London,
and New York.
SPAIN, HELVETIA, HOLLAND,
EGYPT, THE QUEEN, DENMARK,
ENGLAND, ITALY, CANADA,
ERIN, FRANCE, GREECE.
The STEAMSHIPS of this line comprise
TWELVE of the largest steamers (belonging
to one Company) in the Atlantic service leav-
ing the port of New York. They are built en-
tirely of iron and steel, except the merely de-
corative parts, are divided into water-tight
and fire proof compartments, and provided
with everything calculated to add to their
safety, and to the comfort and convenience of
passengers. The saloons and staterooms (aft
on the main deck) ,ir. unusually large, light
and airy. The table and general appoint-
ments compare favourably with the best hotel
One of these steamers will,sail from New
York every Saturday, for Queenstown and
Liverpool, and weekly for London direct, from
Pier 39 North River. Rates of passage
in currency:-To Queenstown and Liverpool)
$50 to $70. To London direct (Victoria Docks.
$50 to -'. ; excursion tickets $i00, currency,
Steerage passage $26, currency. For further
particulars apply at the Company's Offices,
Nos. 69, 71 and 73 Brpadway, New York.
F. W. J. HURST,
GUION LIN EP
United States Mail Steamers.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
VINV IX TUESDAY.
ALASKA, Tuesday, Octr. 2, at 5.00 a.m.
WISCONSIN, 9, at 10.00 a.m.
ARIZONA, 16, at 4.00 a.m.
OREGON, new 23, at 10.30 a.m.
WYOMING, 30, at 4.00 a.m.
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 "Orinoco" from
Bermuda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New
York on Mondays, arid Passengers baggage
can be transferred direct to the Liverpool
Steamer sailing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Sept. 18, 1683.
Custom House Entries
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Sets. Long Short
100.................. 8/4.................. 4/2,
75............ .... 6/9................. 3/6.
50.................. 5/ ................ /.. 216
12......... .... 1/6.................. 9d..
6.. .. ...... 104 ................ .5.
1.................. 2d.................. Id.
SSpecial Terms for larger numbers.
Hamilton, May 28, 1883.-tf
TFHE above Boat has lately been placed in
thorough order, and is fitted specially for
a Fishing-trade, with a Well, &c.
May also be rendered useful for Freighting
Will be sold cheap for cash.
GEORGE W. WEST,
October 22nd, 1883,
ON Tuesday evening between
Baileys' Bay and the Platts
A Gold Bracelet.
Any Person returning it to the Undersigned-
will be Suitably Rewarded.
T. J. PEARMAN.
Shelly Bay, 16th April, 1883.
A Saddle, Bridles, &c.,
By a well known London Maker, all quite new.
Further particulars at this Office.
November 12, 1883.
LIME FOR SALE.
About 1,500 Bushels Pure Under-
ground LIMESTONE LIME, burnt principal-
ly with cedar wood, yielding qualities excellent.
The Undersigned tendering thanks for past
favours, respectfully solicits further orders.
Exceedingly small quantities delivered.
JOHN T. STONE,
South Road, Devonshire.
November 6th, 1883.-tf
Dressmaking & Millinery
All orders will receive prompt and careful
Hamilton, October 16th, 1883.--6m
By the S. S. "Nubian," from London.
Reams Cream Laid Ruled
Letts Diaries, 1884.
Steven's Blue Bla
Hamilton, Octr. 30th, 1883.
UND ER SIG NED.
After the S. T. Taylor system whereby a per-
fect fit is secured.
THE BEST FASHION PLATES KEPT ON
Great attention given to securing the latest
MARIA E. DAVIS.
Shelly Bay, Feb. 12, 1883.
At "Royal Gazette"
Forms of Chattel
Hamilton, Sept. 15, 1883.
J. M. McNeil & Co.,
Nos. 65 and 66 Corner of Front and Parliament
T HEIR Tailoring Department guaranteed a
perfect fit and good work and a promptness
unsurpassed in the Island.
Hamilton, July 2nd, 1883.
At "Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Richmond Horse Condi-
A few Tins of Oyler's Tonic POW-
Selling at Reduced Rates
At the "Royal Gazette" Stationery
BLUE laid ruled FOOLSCAP
Swan's Imperial COPY BOOKS
Swan's Universal Do. Do.
And BOOKS, ruled faint, suitable for exercises
Owing to an overstock the above will be sold
at very low prices.
Hamilton, Oct. 9, 1883.
Spring and Summer Stock
OPE NIN G
At T. J. PEARMAN'S.
shelly Bay, April 17th, 1883.
(In Devonshire, within ten minutes walk of
Containing Five Comfortable Rooms and
Kitchen, with good Tank of water and about
one Acre of Planting Land if Tenant requires it.
THOMAS D. STONE,
October 80th, 1883.-tf
Hamilton, Oct. 29th, 1883.-6m
Corner of Queen and Reid Streets,
Has Received a Supply of
WINTER GOOD S:
SOAPS and PERFUMERY.
October 29th, 1883.
J. M. McNeil &. Co.
Nos. 65 and 66 Corner of Front and Parliament
TAILORS. Dry Goods and Gents Furnish-
inmgs. Has new TWEEDS and Trim-
mings Unequalled in the Islands.
Hamilton, July 2nd, 1883.
is a Pomace,
And will be found on the Wharf this week ex
S. S. Orinoco," as well as in the
Stores of the Undersigned.
The "Eastern Island Guano,"
Also well-known, is ready for delivery.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda,25th Sept., 1883,
PO not let our Children suffer from the
want of a Musical Education, when you
can buy of Child (and pay for it on the instal-
ment plan) one of his sweet-toned PIANOS,
extra bolted for the climate. Metal frame and
June 16, 1883.
C. & R. LIGHT,
OF CABINET FURNITURE,
f:7ALUABLE 5B OPINIONS
TO Price 2.10- o/-
SHIPPERB. THE PRErBS
As a Work of Art and Book of Reference it is un-
equaled. A Copy can be seen at the Office ofthis
Jo.rnal. Most useful in Schools of Art, dc.
May 29th, 1883.-12m
RIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU-
RIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR a pleasant
tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfection
For warm climates it is invaluable.
RIMMEL'S CELEBRATED LAVENDER
RIMMEL'S TREBLE DISTILLED EAU DE
RIMMEL'S MUCH IMPROVED FLORIDA
RIMMEL'S JOCKEY CLUB and other fra-
RIMMEL'S LIME JUICE and GLYCERINE
gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to the head.
RIMMEL'S PURE WHITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TILIA, BROWN WINDSOR, HONEY
ALMOND. LETTUCE, COAL-TAR, and the
oilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
RIMMEL'S VELVETINE, VIOLET, RICE,
ROSE-LEAF, and other TOILET POWDERS, in
boxes barrels and packets.
RIMMEL'S AQUADENTINE, cleans, whitens
and prveerves th teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
RIMMEL'S AROMATIC OZONIZER, of Nat-
ural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and refreshing emanations of the Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RIMMEL, Perfumer by appointment to H.R.
H. Princess of Wales, 96, Strand, London and 17
boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May, 29 1877.
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