Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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?11 Th O ccurrences of 1879g. that its tone is of a dignified stamp, exhibiting a toba Railway, which a syndicate had formed by principal rivers. The lower parts of the Arad were "TheTimes" for the late Mr. Walter. Entered at
Hopeful country in as favourable a light as possible, creating a union of certain lines; Mr. Angus oc- flooded, and catastrophe only with held by the frost Oxford, studied medicine at the London hospitals,
;, ontinued f-rom last Gazette. The transactions of the New York Stock Exchange cupied the most influential commercial position in prevailing. In Spain disastrous floods occurred the .then law, called to the bar, served t we sessions in
The Lighthouse on St. David's Island was lirhi- for the last three months of the year were without Canada, and his retirement to an out-West Railway third week in October in Andalusia, Alicante, Mgut-- t lie Reporter's Gallery, House of Commons became
ed on the 3rd November, a work at length comple- precedent, amounting in a day to what generally was looked upon as a most singular preceding. cia and Malaga. A heavy rainfall caused the "sub-editor of The Tmes" under Barnes, 1837, two
ted which was long agitated and discussed. The would have been considered a good week's business, though it was conceded that his position had ne- mountain torrents to swell the rivep's, which sudden. years afterwards succeeded him and has since man.
building is a white octagonal, 55 feet from base to The welcome boom" had set in, Stocks, which cessarily been an anxious one, from which possibly ly flooded the valleys, causing great destruction aged The 'I hunderer" with marvellous ability.
lantern, situated on Mount Hill and OS ,feet above had been unduly depressed, and which had been he desired, if he did not actually need, rest. The both to life and property. The-King of Spain has The Prince of Orange, son of William III of
sea level It is a fixed white light, of the 2nd order. turned over from time to time on fancy, were sud- suspension of one or two smaller Banks was fol- allied himself with the Royal House of Austria. 'the Nethlierlands and heir presumptive to .the
SOn the representations of Captain Shaw, of the R. denly advanced; rand, in spite of wise warnings lowed by that of the Consolidated Bank (formed by His nuptials were solemnized in due form in the throne of Holland, died at Paris on the 10th
M. S. Beta, Messars. Cunard & Co. aliplied for a from the press and other sources, the public rushed the coalition of the City Bank of Montreal and the Atocha at Madrid. King Alfonso when driving June, for whih hlie had a great preference. Ba-
higher tower than the first design provided, and in to profit by the turn in the wheel of fortune. It Royal Canadian) of which Sir Francis Hincks was out with Queen Christine was fired at near the Pa- ron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild, elected fre-
8 Captain Liddicoat of the S. S. Canima also agreed ceased to be a matter of Bulls and Bears, for all President. The Manager, Rainey, went away lace Gate in the afternoon of the 30th December by quenbly for the City of Londou, anid onlyper-
on the advisability of increat-ing the height of the had turned Bulls, having been converted to the po- and left the President to all the disagreeables which Gonzalez a waiter aged ninteen, a native of Galicia. fitted in 1.5S5 to take his seat in the Hou-e of
tower, which was accordingly carried out. pular belief in a renewel of prosperous times. The followed., The Stockholders had Hincks put on Two shots were fired at the Royal carrige, the se. Common under the Jews' Disability Ac" : Helost .
S The Central American Is.hmus Canal projects advance in all values was startling, when read day trial for making improper returns to' the Govern- cond passing quite lose to the Queen's face. The his seat at the last general election. In the world
are again prominently 1eforJ the public. The In- by day in the Market Reports, without recalling ment. The Jury convicted him but the Judges did weaponuised was a double barrelled pistol. In tlle of finance hie exercised great influence. His estate
ternational Commission, appointed in. 1876 by the sudden and heavy discounts to which in panic- not sustain the verdict. The crisis has been keen- evening the King attended the Opera and was loud- in England is returned at 2.,700,i00. ..Loi'd Law.
France, the United States and 'the Cenmtral Ameri- ky times the same stocks had been subjected to. ly felt throughout the Dominion. The improve- ly cheered. This'is thesec6nd escape of Alfonso. rence, well known for his services in India, ext.end-
can Republics, at the instance of M. de Lesseps, of The Marquis of Lorne was installed, in his office, meant in lumber,. a staple export, and the Autumn The removalof Marshal Campos has created dissat- ing from 1525 till his term of'Viceroy in succession
Suez Canal fame, have advocated as the best route as Governor General at Ottawa; and during the outlook for cereals saved the Province from any isfaction especially in the army. His successor to Lord Elgin in 1863. He was buried in West-
that from Limon Bay up the Chagres and the Summer'visited, with the Princess Louise, New serious consequences which would otherwise have Canovas del Castillo is only known as a scholar. minster Abbey. Baron Heath, at the age of 89,
Obipo on the Atlantic side, and down the valley of Brunswick, Prince Edward's Island and Quebec, pressed severe. The Canadians were flattered at In Russia two unsuccessful attempts have been the oldest living Harrovian, and one of the last, .if
the Rio Grande to the Port of Panama on thePaci- and in the Autumn opened the Agricultural Exhi- Lord Dufferin's appointment as Ambassador to St. madeon thelife of the Czar during the year, atthein- not the lart, survivor of the quondam schoolfellows
fio side, giving a level canal of forty-four miles bition at Toronto, and received the attentions of the Petersburg to relieve Lord Augustus Loftus, ap- stance of the Nihilists, who are a troublesome factor of Lord Byron and Lord Palmerston. He received
with a tunnel of three'miles and a half, cost esti- Ontario Capital, visiting the West Sections of the pointed Governor of New South Wales. In the at the present moment in the bodypolitic. Itis only his title as a distinction for his services in the
mated at 475,000,000 francs (X9,000 000) and time Province, opening Local Exhibition, and return- event of Dufferin becoming Viceroy of India his too truethat disaffection will exist even in countries office of Italian Consul General, and was a Fellow
to construct computed at six years. Lt. Lucien ing to Ottawa to be present at theAnnual Agricul- term at St. Petersburg will be of service, while his well ordered and governed. Still it may be not of the Royal Society and the Society of Antiqua-
SWyse, of the French Navy, was actively employed tural Exhibition of Ontario. The Princess Louise's former experience in Syria would not be lost at his unjustly considered, that the present Nihilist move- ies. The Hon. Cliarles Cooper Spencer. His mo.
on these surveys. The great advantages of a level presence gave eclat to the Governor General's present post. The marriage of the Duke of- Con- meant is-an outcrop of the policy, which has'looked their married Lord Palmerston, whose private se.
canal have been so practically tested in the case of visits, and drew forth the enthusiasm of a loyal naught (March 13th) to the Princess Louise Mar- rather to the extension, than to the consolidation of .cretary he was at the Fo-reign Office 1835-39, when
the Suez Canal that such a construction seems the people. There was some competition in holding guerite of Prussia was a happy event in the Royal Russia, So far the police have not detected the he was transferred to the diplomaticservice. After
best adapted, avoiding the delay of transit through the Agricultural Exhibition, The practice has Family. Her Majesty the Queen became a great second plot. Schouvaloff retires to Malta' for the selling the Sandringham estates to the Prince of
lok and the cost of kee them in order The been to hold an Exhibition every Autumn in the grandmother during the year, before she was sixty, Winter, and.returns, by Odessa and Nidji Novgorod Wales he resided chiefly in France and Italy.
only project that can be constructed with locks and two Provinces, that of Ontario being held at dif- in the Hereditary Princess of Saxe-Meningen, to St. Petersburg in May. The Czar has attempt- Field Marshal Von.Roou, of the German army, the
sluices without using a tunnel is the one through ferent important places each year. In 1879 Otta- daughter of the Crown Prince of Prussia giving ed many reforms in Russia, and has the prosperity reformer of the Prussian service, the benefits off
by Lake Nicaiagua, which is the favourite Ameri- wa was selected and the Exhibition was styled birth to daughter. of his Empire at heart. .But the work of reform inn which were discerned ii 1866 in the contest with
can scheme, with a total length'of"194 miles" from "Dominion," considered a misnomer, as the Mari- Onthe 30th of January Marshal McMahon re- such a large territory, in such a state of social order Austria, and.carried forward to the superiority
ocean to ocean Lesseps has" not been successful time Provinces had nothing to do with it. The signed the Presidency of the French Republic, cer- as'now exists, and in the pursuance, too, of a fata- while. told in the French war. He was passion-
so. far in his appeal" to capitalists. The proposed Province of Quebec waived their Exhibition in 1879 1 tain recommendations in reference to the army listic foreign policy, is no easy task, even for a gi- ately fond of geographical studies; in 1837 his
Canal route is near the Panama Railway, oened in order to strengthen that at Ottawa. The citi- having proved distasteful tohiim. M. Jules Grevy, .gantic mind. In April Prince Alexander of Bat- Military Descripti,.n of Europe"; in 1839'his
in 1855, fortymight miles long, passes tbhi u-h a zens of Toronto are opposed to the perambulating President of the Chamber of Deputies, was elected tenburg was elected first Prince of Bulgaria. "Iberian Peninsula." In 1S71 he was appointed
well peopled region, and there i's n difficulty as to system now that the railways are so general, To- President, and his place- filled by the selection of Her Majesty the Queen spent a few weeks at the President of the Prussian Ministry, which post he
ports. The construction of the Suez Canal de- ronto is the most convenient central position. Gambetta. These changes were effected with the Italian lakes to avoid the raw weather of April iu hold till shortly before his demise. Sir Rowland
traced from the importance of this Central Ameri- An exhibition was got up at Toronto as an inde- greatest order, and the spirit.. of agitation was England, and was visited by the King and Queen Hill, the author of the now common penny post,
can Canal, since the distance between England and pendent experiment, which proved successful, and soothed for the/time being. McMahon had ren- of Italy at Monza. In August the foundation advo-ated in his pamphlet, published 1.537, recom.
Calcutta Singapore and China is not lessened and may embolden the managers to try it again. As dered Francm good service at a critical moment; stone of the new Eddystone Lighthouse was laid mended by a committee of the House of Commons
the existing Canal practically meets all present e- these Annual Exhibits have been of the highest and, had he not been roffsed to interfere in the by the Duke of Edinburgh, Master of the Trinity in the following year, and put. into operation 1840.
Squirements An advantage would result from the value, it would be disastrous to endanger their sta- elections, which followed the dismissal of Jules House, in the presence of the Prince of Wales. Between 1854 amd IS64 he filled the office of Chief
new project to the Aistralian trade, and that with ability by having a superabundance in any one year Favres, with a view of sustaining the De Broglio ,meaton's noble tower sewing serious signs of Secretary of the Postal Department. The positive
Caifornia' and Peru, &e, The question with the to occasion failure. The Princess Louise returned faction, his name would have been transmitted un- fracture at the foundation, it was decided to trect \alue of his great reform, it is hardly possible for
Caitalist is Pil the returns, to be received from to England the end of October, by advice of her tarnished. lMcMahon, in: common with the majo- a new tower at a cost of 78,000, with a'base of those unacquainted with the old system to eLri-
passing commerce, pay a sufficient. incometoinduce physicians, and it is expected that Her Royal rity of military men, was thoroughly impatient of 44 feet diameter, light 130 feet above high water, mate. The Revd. Canon Deadon, of North Stone-
investment in the enterprilse ? The chances are .Highness will return to Canada in February, pre- restraint in civic affairs- and could not brook any with an illuminated range, of 171 nautical miles, ham, near Southampton, the oldest living clergy-
S that the revenues would he inadequate to compen- vious to the assembling of Parliament. Sir John deviation from his own absolute ideas. The Mar- The new lighthouse willbe of granite, many of the man of the Establishment, in his 102nd year. On
sate the outlay But if, under any international A. McDunald having come into power, the promises shal had, however, the good sene toaccept his de- blocks weighing over three tons each. AnInternati- his attaining the age of 100 the Corporation of
arrangement, the canal could be constructed, the made by his party at the General Election, which feat at the polls, and the' tacdt to guide France onalExhibitionwasopenedin SeptemberatSydn ry, Southampton presented him with an address and
commerce of the world would be largely convenien- secured the return of the Conservatives, were par- through what might have proved .otherwise a seri- New South Wales, which resulted successfully. Her Majesty sent him an autograph letter. He
cod, and iu time the cost, of constru,-tio'n night de- tially fulfilled in an amended Tariff being carried, ous crisis. If, in the tirst in-tane, he made a mis- The P, and 0. issued special return tickets giving was 6S years Rector of North Stoneham and in
rive a proper interest toll But otherwise the which materially-increased taxation, under the pre- take, he afterwards made amend by acting on a stay rather more than three 125 first 1I 12 was made a Canon of WVells Cathedral Dr.
undertaking holds out for the present no tempting text of protection to home industries and the ne- better advice He resi.,ned his ..c at a less cri- class, and 75 second lass. An Exhibition will be Ingram, Free Kirk Minister at Unat, Shetland,
nt cessities of the revenue. The C'nadian Tariff, as tical moment than ifbe had held on to the end of held at Melbourne during 180. On the 15th Jau. within a month of completing his 103rd year. Li-
inducement.. ceased
iIn the United States a revival in trade has set in it at present stands, is an approximation to the his term. His successor slipped into power easily uary, 1880, it was contemplated to open the Exhil .i- censed in 1800 and ordained in 1803, he continued
which those, who believe in the theory of seven complexity of that of the United States. It may and the Government machinery has since moved on tion at the City of Mexico, undertaken to'shew the to preach regularly up to his 97th year. His
years of plenty and seven years of famine, willcon- be doubted whether the step taken was wise, but with a remarkable smoothness. Grevy is in the world that that country had settled down towards father lived to 100 and his grandfather to 105
y e a r o fe n m n p l e n t a n di s u p p r t e r y e ar e o f f a i n w i ld g e d i
stru& as thbe beginning of a tidal ware of prosperity the Government and their supporters were pledged prime of life, well versed in public affairs, widely a peaceful progress. The Imperial Parliament sat Charles Landdeer, an elder brother of Sir Edwin
The prosperous condition of the export trade last to a series of sweeping reforms, in favour of Cana- known and not at all likely to be precipitate in ac- in session the Upper House 100 days, the Lower Landseer, appointed Keeper of the Academy,
Autumn was entirely due to the active demand for dian manufacturers, and they had no remedy, while tion. Gambetta has, with great adroitness, become House 130 days. Among the most important 1851, a post which he held till 1874. Edward
reals from Europe, whih.b the country could read- the excess of public expenditure demanded more more Conservative with every advance in hispublic measures, the Army Regulation, a consolidation Matthew Ward, R.A., highly popular as a historic
lsuply The long continued deprsion require revenue in some shape or other. The Finance position, perhaps a disappointment to the extreme and amendment of existing laws. Flogging will, painter. His Dr. Johnson in the Ante Roomof
f l u p y h o g c n i u d d e p r e s s io n r e q u ir r e e uI t e f e d i 6 w l k n n
ed such an exceptional remedy as the Autumn Minister could only too easily avail himself of the radicals and-not altogether satisfactory to the party in future, be confined to cases now met by sentence Lord Chesterfield" is well known. Sir Antonio
Stride supplied, and, if the harvest of 1880 should opportunity offered to bring his accounts into a with whom he now more especially fraternizes, of death, for breaches of the law on the field, and Panizzi, K.C.B., for thirty years Assistant and
ove a od average, with the ordinary European healthy balance. The deficiency in the revenue Gambetta's real power the neutrality of his on active service generally. The Commailing Offi- Principal Librarian of the British MuseumI a Gra-
pmvand, the country will continue to advance The amounted, we speak from memory, to some -Two position, for neither party can dispense with him cer can now order 21 days arrest on absence with- duate of the Urniversity of Parma 181S. In 1821
prosperit of the American Continent almost de. Millions of Dollars. The legislation of the Session even if not satisfied with his proclivities. The le- out leave., The soldier may appeal before he is be was an Italian political refugee in England, e-
pends entirely on its agriculture. A good market was byno means important. A Bureau of Rail- gislative machinery has been transferred again to subjected to punishment. When' acquitted by came a teacher of languages in Liverpool and Pro-
which is all important, is usually secured, if the ways was created and a responsible Minister placed Paris, and the old Palais de Bourbon is once more Court Martial the prisoner must be at once inform- fessor of Italian, in University College where he at-
European product has not been excessive, and if at its head. The railways came under the Board the arena of-public debate. It. is said that the ed and set at liberty. Officers and men can now traced the notice of Lord Brougham to whom he
the barvest has been moderate. Already the bene. of Public Works. The surveys of the Canadian fashionable dames of Paris preferred Versailles, be- appeal for redress to higher authorities, if they cou- owed his further advancement. James Bayard Tay-
fits of American revival begin to be eiperieuced in Pacific Railway have- been continued.- The Gov- cause ofthediversions ofthe excursion, whereas now sider themselves aggrieved by their own Officers. lor, the well known traveller, whose travel experi-
Britain, Trade frequently, in defiance of legisla- ernment postponed the decision of the Pacific ter- it is simply a drive to the palace, a prosaic sitting, Power is given to the Reserve Men to re-enter the ences have been widely and pleasantly read. He
tire restrictions, finds its own natural channels of minus, which their predecessors had fixed at Bur- and an unostentatious return. On the' 1lth De- Army. The Irish University Bill establishes a new was American Minister at Berlin at the time of his
reciprocity There is'a tendency to carry out the rard Inlet, and which it is likely after all will have member M. Lepere, Minister of the Interior, moved University in which the existing Queen's Univer- death. Elihu 1urritt, the learned American Black-
benefits of resumption to their full extent, andto let to be adher to. Major-General Moody, R.E., in the Chamber of Deputies -for a grant of sity will be merged. Substantially the measure is smith, who applied himself to the study of langua
the're'sent ear just opened, continue the good formerly commanding in British Columbia, made five (5) millions francs for the relief of the dis- an extension of the present Queen's University. ges when hammering on his anvil.. It is said he
work realized in 1879 in pursuance of former legis- some notes on the surveys which were laid before tress at present existing in France, agreed to by It is proposed to provide a building containing Ex- knew 50 languages before attaining middle age.
nation. It is likely that the paper currency will Parliament, and which point to the importance of 524 votes against 3. The Senate unanimously amination Rooms and a. Library. The Public He was American Consul at Birmingham for the
be called in and provision made for proper metallic Burrard Inlet as fulfilling most of the desirable voted the credit demanded. The Government Health (Interments) Act came into operation July, greater part of his 25 years residence in England.
ssues The silver mania seems almost to have conditions. We quote one of Moody's nos: intimated that a further sum might be demanded. 1879, provides for the establishment of District Dr. EdwardOsenbrugger oneof the mot distin-
assed overhand there w be no dispoi to force "The loss of San Juan Island is much to be re- De Freycinet is reconstructing the French Cabinet Cemeteries either by rate or loan. Except with guished professors of the University of Zurich, and
passed over,-and there will be no disposi t ion toeforee .u ls znoa snz uh .er-gihdpoeoso h nvriyo ui],ad
the circulation of silver at a discount, and thus gretted on many grounds. It of course strenIensa from the Foreign portfolio of which Waddington the consent of the owner and occupier, no cemetery a legist of European reputation. Earnest Fried-
check the bi-metallic standard aimed at. The sue- the position of an adjoining foreign pow,!r ka case has retired. shall be nearer any dwelling house than 200 yards. rich Richter one of the most distinguished musical
cess in the funding of United States Bonds embold. of war, but it does not necessarily give n possi- The Khedive, having dismissed Mr. Rivers Wil.. The sanitary authority may set apart a portion theorists of the present generation his 71st year.
ens the falling in of the outstanding ones, and re-is- ble enemy the actual command of water son and M. de Blignibres and formed a native cab. for the Established Church, on which a Chapel The Rev. Win. Leeke, a Waterloo veteran, for fifty
suing at 4 per cent. Should general trade. con- way; The inner channel is praci le and inet, at the request of England and France shall be built, with a salaried chaplain, which year, a clergyman, thirty seven of which he
Stinue to improve there will be more demand for can be further improved. Burrard Iet is re- was deposed by the Sultan and his son Prince may be consecrated; the whole or portion of the was incumbent of Holbroke near Derby. Captain
capital, which, if withdrawn as it usually is from markably adapted by nature to secure a defence Tewfik put in his stead. Austria insisting, the balance for general use, and in any 'chapel built John Orr, the last survivor of the officers of the
Government Securities, will teid to decrease their against any force by sea. It is secure from land 8J millions sterling of 5 per cents issued at 73 thereon a service according to any other than Black Watch, who were present at the battle of
market rice aud render a further reduction of in" attack from the North, and the formation of the by Rothschilds in November, 1878, was allowed to that of the Established Church. The Banking Waterloo. He also served through the Penisula.
terest impossible. The financial advice of the Lon- whole neighbouringsurroundingstothefrontierand rank preferentially on the Khedive's estate. The and Joint Stock Act provides that an unlimit- The record of 1679 is important, though not
don "Times" has been that the American Treasury for many miles Eastward's is such that an approach retirement of the Khedive to Naples contributed ed liability bank may reduce its liability to a startling, one of those years which must tell largely
should 'reduce the volume of their Bonds as the from the frontier would be a peculiarly troublesome to the control of European Commissioners in Egypt, particular multiple of its paid up capital to be on future occurrences. We are apt to overlook,
next measure of4ogress, and leave the rate of in- matter by an enemy.' The construction of several and, with a revival in trade, may eventually lead decided by the shareholders. The Poor Law ame-nd- w hen conning over current events, that they have
t terest alone. So far as internal trade was concern- sections of the Eastern division is being proceeded to improvement in Egyptian finance. Had all the meant, the Employment of children in places of been produced in the sequence, ghat they have not
ed the United States could have returned to specie with. The Pembina Branch from St. Boniface op- ex-Khedive's schemes prospered, or even a portion amusement, Friendly S..,.ietiu. Pr,-vuntiounofcrimes, leeu all of a sudden developed. As a general
payment some few years ago. The fear, however, posited Winnepeg to St. Vincent-65 miles-was of them, he would have amassed an immense for- &c., need not be specially observed. It is remarkable thing the event itself is regarded and not the cause
9P' was that the specie hoardings might be too sud- operated last year, connecting with the St. Paul's tune and conferred a lasting benefit on Egypt. how extra Parliamentary discussions are now. car- or the consequence of it considered. The impoet-
denly exhausted iu meeting demands of Foreign and Northern Pacific Railways. During 1879 But unfortunately he had too many irons in the ried. "Parliament out of Session" is a favourite anc-e of the occurrence is thought on, but the phi-
Exchange As 1879 eventuated, there could inot trains were run on the Northern Pacific Railway fire, and his varied commercial adventures led him newspaper heading during the recess. Members lisophy of it is indeed rarely dreamed of. It is a
lff ^ynmssildy have been a more opportune period to as- between Duluth (on Lake Superior) and Bismarck into expensive and unremunerative speculations, go down and harangue their constituents, a wing favorite indulgence with pulpit orators to denounce
^ shimdat9e the currency to a gold standard The PO" 448 miles, connected by junctions at Brainerd and With the high tolls paid to bankers and lavish ex- of the Government are invited to some Political So- our age as materialistic, as faithless, and to largely
lti-cal events of the year shew operations for the Glyndon with St. Paul's and Chicago. Sandford penditures, public and private, it required a very city demonstration, or a public dinner is tendered denounce scientific research as likely to subverfour
aproachinu contest for Preside. As far as r Fleming, Engineer in chief of the Canadian Pacific profitable trade to balance the accounts. The like that to Lord Salisbury at Manchigter. Then traditional belief. But these same people would
a. sent appearances indicate, the advantage lies rather Railway Survey, pointed out the importance, in.the American war stiinulated the sale of Egyptian cot. a brilliant leader like Gladstone set^ forth on a most certainly, had the choice been theirs, not haca^^
with the Republican party. Whether Grant will future, of Port Xelsou, Hudson's Bay, being con- ton, and the Suez Canal expenditure circulated campaign in prospect of an election. o that the consented to live inghe age of credulity which cy
go in for a third term, whether it would be wise in nected by a branch from Battleford on the Sas- money in Etih country, and gradually led to the days of Burke are disappearing-th man who seek to extol. Our experiences are so many expe-
him to do so, and whether it would be for thebene- katchewan 770 miles, 180 miles shorter than from embarking in variety of schemes at the time went on refining wh.n miu thought of dining." riments, and the spirit of our age ia to ferret out
'" fit of his party, are all questions to be considered Chicago to New York. The distance to Liverpool more or less promising. The fault of the Khedive The walls of Parliament are rapidly becoming the and discover the value of our materials, and to turn
carefully by the Republicau leaders. It may be from Port Nelson through Hudson's Straits is 80 was that he attend pted too much at once. He ex-' place for the decision of business rather than its them to the best advantage, to ascertain a cause,
doubted if S. J. Tilden is an acquisitionto the miles than from New York to Liverpool. Set- hibited a desire for aid and assistance from Eng- extensive discussion. The occasions are becoming and to avert or secure a consequence. What has
Democrats. There would se.m to c xist a tendency wyn, the Director of the Canada Geological Survey 'land and France'in arranging his financial affairs, more and more rare when opportunities of elo- beon tle result let the marked progress of the day
---Judging from the New York Stat, Ele,-tious-to reports favourably on this proposed route which which for the time effected his by keeping quence are afforded. Her-letf,,re Loid Mayors, answer in its unmistakeable signs.' Not only
et rid oe him and also at the same time aditiculty Fhlming hadnot examined. Theconstruction, how- up hi,.rd',]it. But with thl stubborn continuance of banquets were the few out ide opp.rtunthies; now have the creature comforts been limreased, by rea-
" m superseding him. The results in Vir-inia are ever, of the main trunk line of the Canada Pacific theC.:,mnrer,:ial crisis Egyp.t could not struggle, and, the area is widteing, and the people are drawn into son of superior appliances, but the higher qualities
peculiar. The old cry of loyalty t.o the Southern Railway will tax the ability of the Dominion to the whlo pressure wa.- brought to bear on the Khedive the audience. The American stump orator in be- also have been educated iu an improved taste, and
cause seems to have lost its weight, and coalition utmost for some years to come, without entertaining re.arding hi. own estate, his Orientalismovercame ing strongly imitated in England, always of course our moral well-being has been elevatedin the scale.
has effected strange compac-ts. The political ad- subsidiary lius-s. It is, however, gratifying to find his tact and forced him into the action which has under much more refined iinuences. But truly Looking directly at the results in a religious sense,
vantage sems to have benu gained, by the re-ad- that there is room for expansion in the future. ,i,,utht. his downfall. But,notwvithitanling, he the same moving impulse to rea.:h the public ear, Churches have been restored, enlarged and built on
busters going to the poll, with the ,c.ry that the The progress which may be made in the next half will leave His impress on Egypt. to enlist'the public : support by appealing directly a scale of great liberality, schools, orphanages and
State Debt could be re-adjusted on better terms, century can scarcely at present be realized. It is Priuc- Diismarck, on the 2nd May, presented his to the high common sen-e ot public intelligence. hospitalshavebeen improvedandincreased, andsub.
d a the,, ol urrd..,- ..... iht,.h .... ith h .... ;., pleasant to contemplate the future with some de- new Tariff to the German Rci,.-h t:ig, which was The di'a.-ter to theTay Bridge will be closely sidiary and eleemosynary institutions have been

statement that no debt ucd b- paid at all. The gree of magnanimity. The dismissal of Lt.-Govr. adopted after p:,ict.ra,.ted ,l.,bate. Thoe fiscal policy scrutinized in scientific circl.:s. Aimilar-tr'uture largely multiplied. Nothing ha Len left uudoue
Governor adheres to the coruproumr ise effected by Letellier from Quebec was due to his adversaries of Germany is now towards protection, N i th Iha;t is in construction for the same c-..nipauy air.:.s the to extend thP benefit of our improved superior ap-
the McCulloc-h funding bi. whichli became law obtaining an influence in the Quebec Dominion wisdom it would be difi:.-ult to det..r inc. Depres- Firth, and th. sad t-xperie,.-ne wuar Dundee will .e pliant i. We analyze lonely whatever is present
which places all the State debt on a level, afor.,x a elections, arid, demiundiut'= a ratification of the pro- sion has dictated the policy-will it lead to re. turned to a.,.ount. The thial of the Glasgow ed, determined as far as we can to find a reason for
reduction of interest and n ipes out I of the old mise made by tte present Dominion Cabinet. The vival industrially ? Are there not other courses Bank management ..x.:ited attentiiou and the .sen- any result, if injurious to cure it,*if salutary to ex;
:State Debt which it is held West Virgini_ a 3 hult case was referred to England to gain time and aI.I other refci ms which would the better tend to tences were lenient, justi..e L-iun asrtel. The tend its benerit-ficence. It is this spirit of enquiry
assume. t is ur, likely tLat the Mi ulochb bill soothe party feeling. Lttelli r' >.-.nduct wai n.t the desired x sut- ? The Emperor and Em.prest of liquidation of te Bank ha- been pr.,.eded with, whi.h has wrought us so much good, aud it is this
" -will be interfered with,'the isul-stantial influence i a enerally approved but the M,.Kenzi, '- gave meat Germany have celebrated their ,ol3,ond werdiug, mand the ,ocial ruin it has in olved hlas few parallels. same spirit which shill continue to advance civil-
S the State being favo-rable to it while< the I'.,linical wnld n',)t interfere on ihe roimn,.l that itlwa- a anr the,ti.r aUnd Enpress rf Austria their Hostilities began iu April between Peru and Bo- ized states. Enquiry can neither alter nor shatter
convulsiou is the result of a rather tion. It is to be re.retted that a inore dedfird The result of the Quebec .riisls has been a town of Szetedm, in Hungary, was partially ub- are no.w .ha.n ing t ., a close The Peruvians have selves, let.u. look to ourselves. Let us
stand couldpot have been taken in old Virginia ':coalitioC A little surprise was caused in con- mTerged throughli the uvewflow uf tht Tte", "le.lult- :utieed in t]huir -ea contestt in the los. of their thlie determinationn to conquer ynorance our'great.
since the ex ple would have gone far to encour- niercialcitcles when it was announced that both ing -in great destruction.of prop-rty and losu- of iI ,onI.l.Iad. et emmy, to find outand check waste, and to'kno'
age such wavering States as Tennessee The Pre- the President and Manager of the Bank of life. About the middle of Decerber great appre- We shall notice but a fewames in the ordinary more intimately I hat mysterious economy m nature,
sident's Message to Congress we so recently torich- Montreal would resign their positions to take the hensio was felt in Hungary |d Transylvania obituary of thyear. John'baddeusDelane, born which knows n wastefulness, but has a use an
ed on that weo neod say of it here little more than direction of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Mani. about,"1 destruction of the dam ou nearly all the Oct. 1817.. 11 father waffinancial manager of purpose in the Minutest particles.


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the Gibbs' Hill Light at- ernui,t. L.elween thei 4th MENT. The pleamur~able excitement that has stimulated
d h feetat ase height above tho s beg We understand that at a meeting of the Privy Bermuda Society for some time, culminatel in
Sf a Council beld on Saturday last the 10th inst., the Lady Laffan's Ball, given on Tuesday evening last,
Council advised His Excellency the Governor to in the Theatre at Prospect. The day threatened
summon the Colonial Parliament together for the rain, but towards night it cleared off, ever vehicle,
Date. Direelion of transaction of business for to-morrow, Wednesday, having any pretensiois tok. fair exterior, was called
Wind. E C Gel. Rmk. the 14th inst, and, from the proclamation which into requisition. Theflashing of many carriage
Neon will be found elsewhere in our columns, it will be lights formed a pleasing, sight in the usually quiet
seen that His Excellency has given effect to that streets of Hamilton and its environs. Arriving
-- -- -- advice. there, the Theatre presented a most pleasing spec-
1880. The unexpected step thus taken by-our Gover- tacle from without; through the opeu doors and
J 5 N. & CA'.IM. I 65 62 30-190 Dry weather, ment has, we are informed,been rendered necessary windows could 1. seetu the light and le-c.ratious.
heavy dew by the omission, on the part of the Legislature, to Once within the edifice' the sight was dazzling.
e' at night. continue the Marine Court of Inquiry Act, which Lights of various kinds, flags, cedar wreaths,
6 E.N.E. toE.s;E. 5 68 63.- 31l9( Makes a big expired on the 31st December last, and by the con. wreaths of flowers, palmetto decorations, bouquets
show for rn. sequent powerlessness of the Colonial Government of flowers, tracery in native cedar, all gracefully
but had very to institute any inquiry into the circumstances con- and artistically intermingled, conusited to leave an
S s..E 3 64 4 i Tk nected with any shipwreck or other maritime dis- impression on'a strangEr recently from cold Cana-
S S.S.E. 4 6 64 3 7iClouTk Lh.& rainy aster, however necessary, in the interests of corn- da, that some kindly hearted genii had transported
Spassingd s' merce, civilisation and society, such an investiga- him to Fairy Land.
to the E. tion might appear to be., It is needless to say that Sir Robert and Lady
9 s.s,E. 5 70 67 30-060 Fine. It happened, unfortunately in the present in- Laffan received their many guests with their usual
10 s.s.E. 4 7, 67 30-0tJi Hazy, pasig. stance, that a few hours only after the Acttowhich cordiality. Shortly after eight o'clock, Lady Laf-
1 2 ., lsqnalls. we have referred had expired, the barque North fan, who had been receiving in the body of the,
1- 8. s 2 67 67 30-150 Clotidy, with Carolina was wrecked upon our shores, under cir- Theatre, took her place on the stage of the Theatre
Slight show-, cumstances which seemed to call imperatively for a with others, when the String Band of the 46th
S" ers. full inquiry into the conduct of all parties respon- played the opening strains to the first valse. Those;
sible for the safe navigation of that vessel; but on who were sufficiently fortunate to find their part-,
The Numbers used to denote the Wind's Forr.e. and the Colonial Government proposing to institute ners, were soon busy in, or rather attempting to,
Symbols loexpress the Stale of the Weather are those such an investigation it was found that the Act dance,-owing to the great number present it was:
now in use in the Royal Navy. authorizing His Excellency the Governor to ap. a matter of no little difficulty. Certainly if they'
JOSEPHUS PERINCHIEF. point and commission Courts of Marine Inquiry, had did not it was not through absence of wish or cap-
expired on the 31st December last, and that by a ital music. The evening sped on apace. The in-
S:I)U a 2, !strange omission on the part of the Colonial Legis- production of singing by Lady Laffan in her set of'
4 lature the Act had not been renewed. Lancers, had a novel and pleasing effect. The
By this unfortunate omission net only has the "Norwegian" was new to the writer, and added
Colonial Government been deprived pof all neans of another to the many charms of the evening.
Hltaitton, January 1i3, ISSO. instituting any investigation into the circumstances To enter into a discussion of the ladies attires
connected with the shipwreck of the barque, the -would simply be impossible, for any poor son of
"- --.-- ---.-----.... North Carolina, but it must remain equally power- Adam-suffice it to say that they were many and
CO..0.tal Secrvetfr /r ,. Ofi e, less to order any inquiry into the circumstances con- varied, rich and beautiful-aud how could they
C2lH...NY I Of, nected with any other maritime disaster which may be otherwise than becoming to the fair wearers?
12TH JANUARY, 1880. take place between the present time and the pass. Bermuda has every reason to be proud of her fair
IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR ing of a new Marine Court of Inquiry Act. daughters. Mingled in the gay throng were Military
S has received ;a Despatch dated 22nd Under these circumstances it has appeared to the and Naval m.n of all branches of the service, whose
November, 1879, from the Secretary of State Council and to His Excellency the Governor that handsome uniforms, with a sprinkling of black coats,
for the Colonies, requesting him to recognize the interests, not merely of this Colony but those made up a perfect coup d'il. Supper was served in
provisionally.. also of every country whose subjects are connected the same room on an elevated platform facing the
MR.IW. EUGENMEY' ER, with maritime commerce or shipping, urgently re- stage, during which His Excellency in a graceful
MR. W. EUGEN MEY ER, I quire that the Colonial Parliament should be sum- speech referred to the approaching departure of the
in the capacity of German Consul at St. moned to meet together with the least possible de- gallant 46th Regt., in pr...p.:.sing the health of Col.
George's, Bermuda. lay in order to provide a remedy for the grave. in- Bennett, (who briefly responded), After pleasing
By His Excellency's Command, conveniences which might otherwise arise from the allusions to the excellent record of the Regiment
B omission to provide for the continuance of the Ma- he wished them Gon speed. Lady Laffan and a
R.. E. WEBSTER-, rine Court of Inquiry Act. number of ladies, aided by a few gallant gentlemen,
I (ohwh ,, --fftary. A O A then very appropriately sang "Auld Lang Syne."
..o Thry ARRIVAL OF ADMIRAL M'CLINTOCK, Kv. Then the dancing was resumed and kept up with
Great vigor until well into the wee hours, when a
CUSTOM HIOUSE-IIA MILTON. H. M. S. Northampton, Double-Screw Iron Ar. charming evening was past and over. To one who
S- ENTERED. nour-plated Ship, bearing the Flag of Vice-Admi- has been told that the climate of Bermuda is ener-
Jany. P-Barque North: arolina, Buchan. Baltimore; ral Sir Francis Leopold M'Clintock, Kt., F.R.S., vating-it is puzzling-in fact one of those things
cotton, &c.-Agents, N. T. Butterfield & Son. &c., &., &c., Commander-in-Chief of the North that no fellah can understand'-to see the vigor
Jnny.5--~ehr. Dawn,yeED. inique ) empty American and West India Station, Captain Fisher, of all as devotees of the light fantastic,-it is sim-
hogJny. 5-h. Dawn, Tyrer, ariniqu; empty arrived on Wednesday morning last. after a very ply libellous. The people are also punctual in at-
6-Schr. Travller, Hodges, Jacksonvi le Florida; I pleasant and speedy run of but seventeen days tending to the calls of society. A word about the
53 kerosene o il ge, onville Flobarrelsda from Portsmouth. ; music-it was of the most inspiriting character,.
Schr. Mora, Horton. Port-nau-Prince; .43 casks & 25 The Admiral's Flag was duly saluted both on the and the rendition smooth and harmonious. It was
half boxes codfish, 20 bblis & 5 half ditto mackerel, Northampton passing the forts at St. George's, and also pleasing to be told that the Honorable the
30 lill alewives. on her arrival at the Naval Yard. Members of the House of Assembly are about to
8-Mail Steamer Bermuda. Wilson, New York; 3 boxes Lady McClintock and four children and Miss add to Government House a large and commodious
beets, 18 boxes tomatoes, 4 bundles bags, 2 coils Dunlop came out in the Northampton. Ball Room. In view of the densely packed Thea-
rope, 15 pkgs. brandy. On Thursday last Vice Admiral M' Clintocktre on Tuesday last, they will, while adding very
rope, 15 pkgs. brandy. On Thursday last Vice Admiral M'Clintock
CUSTOM HOUTSE-ST. GEORGE:. landed at the Ducking Stool to pay his official visit ere aofhe latter, be
ENTERED. '-to His Excellency Major-General Sir R. M. Laffan, really doing themselves a personal kindness, for we
Jan. 8-Briat. Bertha, Hammett, Porto Rico; 114 K.C.M.G., R.E. He was accompanied by His Flag must bear in mind that the residents are the per-
hhds. and 3 bis. sugar; in distress.-Agent, Jno. S. Captain, Captain Fisher, Mr. G. E. Marcon, Sec- manent dancers, The programme of dances is ap.
Darrell.Mudge,; 35,834 h. retary, and FlagLieutenant, E. 'B. Van Koughnet, pen -Pro
Barque Bella Mudge, McKenzie, Poston; 35,834 bush, and was received on landing by a Guard of POGDAMi :-
corn ; in distress.-Aient. Jno. S. Darrell. Honor from the 19th Regiment, under the Comn- 1. Valse. 11. Valse.
9.-Brigt. Dirigo Coffin, Stettin; 143 casks cherry mand of Captain M'Clintock. The guns at 2. Valse. 12. Valse.
juice, 1-18 ton scrap iron.0 eipty hales; in want St. Georges firing the usual salute. After a brief 3. Lancers. 13. Polka,
of provisions.-Auents, W. C. lrhland & Co.. 4. 1Polka.4. Valse.
10-Brigt. Water Lily, Perry, New Yrk; 3,131 pkls. stay at Government House the gallant Admiral re- 4 Poa -
m0erchandi.e ; in dilress.--Agent, Jro. S. Darrell. turned on- board his Flagship, H. M. S. Northamp. 5. Valse., 15. Lancers,
il 6. Galop.' 16. Valse.
n.x "cIAB7; on. __ 7 Valse. 17. Valse.
argo. Dirigo, Con New York; inward We are informed that Admiral M'Clintock and 8. Lancers, 18. Sir Roger de Covy-
10-Barque Carpione, Boyle, Bordeaux ; inward Family will disembark, and take up their residence 9. Valse. [erley.
cargo. at Clarence Hill, to-morrow, Wednesday. 10. Sicilian Circle.
S. AS. Same S ARRVED. It is said that Admiral M'Clintook in his Flag- 1. Valse.
In the R. 31. Steamer Beta. from St. Thomas onth: th ha 7 oth 1ramvian.ill laavn her, eon ile fira., 2. Polka.

nCorpl.Fran in. R.E.. aud 3 S aprs.- Fo. P Halif, visit to the southern portion of his extensive corn-
Robert Lytte, Capt. lsaae Whitney. xmand, on the,20th instant. The Flagship is being
PASSENGERS SAILED. painted white to make her cooler.
Tn the R. M. Steamer Beta for Halifax on 6th inst.,
Mrs. Welch, Dr. Woodhill. Mrs. Smith and 2 children, ADMIRAL AND STAFF.
3 women and children 46th Regiment. Vice-Admiral SIR PF. LEOPOLD M'CLINTOCK,
In the Mail Steamer Berin'ida on Thursday last for Kt., F.R.S.
New. York :-Dr. Sweeping, Mrs. Sweeting and daugh- Secretary ......GEORGE E. MaRcoN.
terlMr. and Mrs.. R. A. Young. Dr. Kursteiner, Flag-Lieutenant...E. B. VANKouHNET.
Major Hereford. 19th Regt., Mr. and Mrs. John Rogan. Assist. Paymaster Wx. LE GETT PULLEN.
Jr., and 2 children. Captain Matzen, Mr. D. G. i H. E. WILDM.AN
Banks.-Se o-,d Caine, Chas. F. Plunimer.
The Brigantine H'ater Lile, of and from New York, ]Captain........ .Jonw A. FISHER.
Perry. Master, onu 11 days. bound to St. Croix, with a Commander ......S. C. Holland.
general cargo, arrived at Ihe Port of St. George's, on Lieutenant...... E. S. Poe.
10th instant. Captain reports that on the 9th instant, 6 4D. MoN. Riddel.
about 60 miles to the South of these Islands. vessel was C. H. Pretyman.
struck by a whirlwind, which broke foremast below the G de C. Egerton.
top ; managed with difficulty to secure it with tackles, F. C. Youghusband
to prevent the lIss of topmast and yards, and thevessel "J .C. Mounghusband.
being unseawortly., was spelleded to bear up for Ber- J. P. Montgomery.
muda. Will repair with all possible dispatch and pro- Staff ommander..James Cole.
ceed.-Agent, J. S. Darrell. Paymaster ...... F. J. Flenley.
The Barque Vorth (Car'olia i. till where we re- Fleet Surgeon.... T. J. Haran.
ported her to be laist eek, and where she may remain ChiefEngineer....W. F. Inness.
for some considerable time to come should the moderate Captain R.M.A...S. H. B. Northeote.
weather which has prevailed since Khe got on the reefs, Lieut. R.M.LI...H. C. Eagles.
continued. It is thought by some that she could be Surgeon ........H. T. Cox.
easily extricated and brought into port. The process s A. J. Johnston.
of landing her cargo and materials, still continue. Asst. Paymaster..Alfred G. Hill.
The Brigantine Bertha, of and for Halifax, from Sub-Lieut ...... J. doe J. Wells.
Porto Rico, Captain Hammett, laden with sugar, ar- J. A. C. Wilkinson.
rived at St. George-' on Thursday last. T'he B1. was Chaplain.......Revd. B. 0. Pidcock.
within 40 iles of Halifax (n the 2tSth December, when ngin .....H. Cocking.
she experienced heavy gales front the North West, JI. Organ.
which continued up 'o the 4th instant, during which Cummings.
lost sails and sustained other damage.- Agent, John. RyOummdge .
S. IDarrell. J. F- Ryder.
Thie Larqur- c'l/a .fadJ. of' Halifax, Caplain James R. Martin
McKeizip. from Boston, lde-n with .urn, bound to There is a Siamese Midshipman on board as a
Qii,,isiloun for i ders.arrived at St. Ceorge's c.n Friday student, called Rai Fuan Surawongse.
last. iExpeiie-rnc-ed heavy gale,- fihom the N,.rthWest from
the 1st to the 6tk .Ianiiarv--commenced when in Lot. THE NAVY.
400 N.. Lone. 5l3 W..'and continued to Lat. 350 We understand that H. M. S. Bellerophon, bear-
N LNrr,. 61 W.-during which lost sail, leaked ing the FhlA uf Admiral Sir Edward A. Inglefield,
and impi became choak ; jelsoned part of K.C.B., FF.S., leaves this morning for England.
aro for hs purpose. as the decks were full of water, Iady Inglfield and Mr. Inglefield accompanies the
S had to cut a hole through the deck in the forward house Admiral.
In get at the cargo.-Agent, Jhlin S. Darrell. Admiral.
Naval Instructor Rowband of the Northampton,
ELLCTuru LionT.-Thcre wa, a beautiful display and Mr. Furze, gunner of Terror, have been invali-
of the Electric Light from. H. M. S. Northampton, ded and go home in the Bellerophon.
Admiral McClintock's Flagship, lying in the Cam- H. M. S. Boxer also leaves for England to-day.
bre at Ireland Islnnd, on the evening of Friday last. 1H. M. S. Sirius, with labourers, left for Halifax
The Light was most splendid and was turned on on the afternoonof Tuesday last, and would proceed
several distant objects, which were made very pro- thence to England to be paid off.
eminent: for instancewe were told that the ropes of H. M. S. Te,,edos, from England, and Contest,
the signal staff at the Admiral's Residence, Clarence from Nassau, N. P., are daily expected.
Hill, were made so distinct when the light was H. M. S. P n,Cmmader ar e ws, we
thrown in that direction, they could be counted- H. M. S. P/anton, Commander Karslake, was, we
wli,.h is scarcely practicable from the :ame point are told, commissioned on the let instant, to relieve
during the day time. Objects may bo made so H. M. S. Plover, on the North American and West
plain by this light that they can be be seen at a a taton.
distance of four miles.
A new description of Fog-Iorn was wounded We are much gratified to learn that the Carriage
from the Northampton, which was heard some miles accident, whih occurrednear the Public Buildings,
Distant. in this Town, yesterday afternoon, his, fortunately,.
not proved .:, serious as was at first apprehended.
FOOTBALL.-The next malclh will be played on Sat- The occupants, Mr.k Randall and Mrs. Rees, were
urday niext. the 17th, on tlio Proseet ('rieet Ground somewhat bruised and shaken, the Chief Justice
-Royal Engineors v. 19th (P. W. 0.) Regt.-Asao- was entirely unhurt.
cialion Rule-. Kick off at :3 p.m. The r, turn. Pros- THE BERMUDA uITT.
pectlGarriwon v. St. Georaes. ill1e pl;ye l SI. THE BERMUDA HNT.
GGeorg;es ,oxl w .ek, and a niatch is being arranged, Owing to the opening of the Colonial Parliament
19th and 413th Ri.ginents v. the World, of which fur- on Wednesday th:- 4Ith in,,t., the Hunt will meet

at M~e Ftatts at 3'o)u -ioc; instadecofoat 3,

We menti.on-d in our last issue the arrival at
Barbados fr-nim Madeira, on the 24th ultimo, of I..
M. S. Bacchante, Captain Lord Charles Scott, with
the Royal Princes of Wales, Albert Victor and
George, on board. We notice, by the. Army an,,
Navy Gazette.of the 29th Novr., that after leaving
Barbados, the Bacchante will visit Trinidad, Gre-
nada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominica,
Guadaloupe, Antigua, Nevis, St. Kitts, Caraccas,
Porto, Cabello, Curacoa and Jamaica, and is expect-
ed to arrive at Bermuda, on the 7th April, where
she will remain one week (till the 14th.) She is
expected to reach Portsmouth, England, on the 5th

On December 31st the novel spectacle of two of
the principal coast defences of these Islands, the
Viper and Vixen, armoured gun-vessels, proceeding
towards the reefs, was witnessed by the inhabitants
of the western port ion of Bermuda.
His Excellency the Governor, Major General Sir
R. M. Laffan, K.C.M.G., R.E., as the guest of Ad.
miral Sir E. Inglefield, K.C.B., F.R.S., accompa-
nied by their respective staffs, embarked on board
the Viper, where they were received by Captain J.
Moresby, Captain-in-Charge, off Clarence Cove,
and the vessels then proceeded-the Viper, in charge
of Staff Commander Scobell-Clapp, Master Attend-
ant of the Dockyard, and Vizen, in charge of Lieut.
Ellis, of H. M. S. Terror-towards Commissioner's
Point, and rounding which they steered for the
Channel towards Chub Cut. The sea being very:
smooth and there being no wind, the native pilots
had a difficult task to perform, but, aided by the
steam launch of H. M. S. Bellerophon, they safely
passed all the dangerous coral' heads and through
Chub Cut to sea. After luncheon had been par.,
taken of the vessels shaped a course for North Rock,
and the men were exercised at general quarters,
firing shot and shell. The battering charges must
have spoken convincingly to those who heard them
of the power of the weapons composing their "ar-
On arriving at North Rook His Excellency the
Governor, Admiral Inglefield and their staffs, ac-
companied by Capt. Moresby, left the Viper and in
the steam launch returned to Clarence Hill by,
Eastern North Rock Channel." The gun-vessels
proceeding round the Reefs and through the Nar-
rows at St. George's by moonlight, back to Grassy
Bay, where they arrived and took in their moorings
at 9-30 p.m. -
A pleasant day was spent and no doubt the
Naval and Military aut'orit ies gained much useful
information regarding the natural defences of Ber-
muda,-the reefs.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette,.
Sin,-In your impression of January 6th you
gave a report of the Amateur Theatricals in the
Theatre in Ireland Island. With that brevity,
which is the soul of wit you happily expressed in a
few words how very excellent the performance had.
been, as the hearty applause of the audience on the
occasion itself fully demonstrated. In the name of
Captain Moresby and the Committee of the Seamen
and Marines' Club, for whose benefit the Enter-
tainment was so kindly given, will you permit me,
through your universally read paper to thank all
who took part in it; to inform them that in addi-
tion to the unalloyed pleasure afforded to the au-
dience which was as large a one as the Theatre,
could hold, the fund of the Seamen and Marines
0.11. 1-. .'k-414L-l +. 10. -A.9.44 -.. )

On Thursday last Dr. Nelson delivered his se-
cond lecture to a good audience, considering the
threatening aspect of the weather, at the Mechan .
ice' Hall, in this town. The arrangements were a
decided improvement on his first lecture. The au-.
dience would much like if the Dr. could face them-
especially the fair portion-provided he could se-
cure efficient assistance in working the slides. It
would add so much to the interest of the occasion
to see the lecturer animated with his subject, and
riveting the attention of the audience by delicately
manipulating a painter in drawing attention to the
moving scene. Perhaps in this way he may be able
to accompany his excursionists down -the Rhine
were fable has enriched every spot, the subject of
his next lecture. A trip to the Rhine is one of the
favourite European Excursions and don't fail to on.
joy it on canvass.
Pekin not excepted, London, however regarded,
is the most remarkable spot under the Sun. Nelson
unfolded Isome of its avenues and afforded a pass.
ing glimpse of its life. A friend was once asked if
he did not lihe in Liverpool, he replied that he was
staying there, and significantly added "I exist in
Liverpool, but I live in London"-And though, in
the langurge of our American Cousins, the remark
was rather severe" yet it expresses .in a measure
the pre-eminence of the Metropolis. It is estimated
that some half million of people enter London every
day. The passenger traffic on the underground
railway foots up some sixty millions of tickets an.
nually! The London Railways are the marvel of all
foreigners, and yet all that an Englishman -has to
say of them is something crusty at times if every-
thing is not up to the mark. Crowds of strangers
are daily to be seen in the great buildings and
thoroughfares drinking in the complete novelty. A
German friend once said to us, you English people
are a melancholy set. \When a stranger comes to
London, you hurry him into the gloom of St. Paul's
tombstones and monuments without number, and
you finish up by descending into the Crypt to see'
the resting place of the great Wellington. Then
you hurry him on to the Abbey of Westminster and
treat him to a similar repast, and so on you.go as if
you were hinged to a buried past from which you
cannot extricate yourselves,

To CoERESPONDENT.-W ith "Sheet Anchor" -we
desire an interview,
"G. O. G." in our next.
-The article "Independent Order of "Good Temp.
lars-(Grand Lodge of London)-may be inserted
when our columns are less in demand than at pre-
sent... p

of Newfoundland returned to St. Johns about the
middle of October, after a three months' cruise in
the Church ship Lavrock, having visited all the
missions in the deaneries of Simit of Belle Isle,
Fortune Bay, and Placeutia Bay, consecrated three
churches and ten cemeteries, and confirmed up-
wards of 1,200 persons. The Bishop held an ordi-
nation on all Saints' Day'in St George's Church,
Brigus, when Mr. William A. Haynes and Mr.
Theodorea R. Nurse were admitted to the diaeonate.

The Cape papers received yesterday slate that the
Queen has signified her intention to erect a me.
moral cross to the Prince Imperial on the spot
where he fell. Her Majesly's instructions have
been conveyed by Lady Frere to Mr. Jesse Smith,
statuary, Pietermaritzburg, for execution of the

bhuo has ueueni he exen n pun work.Eugee proposes ni ext summer to go out
and to assure them that the inhabitants of Ireland and pray on the spot.
and Boaz have been left with an appetite craving to a y o n t .
enjoy agiai.a:treata-imaat,jlai; given them oe ---
January 2nd, whenever the Ladies and Gentlemen" RIOTING IN RUSSIA.
who then performed will take the trouble, to give hM Nihikftic Movemen Assumes a more Serious
them such a pleasure. Aspect.
Yours faithfully, Loinox, Dec. 81.-A Vienna despatch sas the
WILLIAM W. POWER, Russian Nihilists are circulating among thepea-
Honorary Secretary. sants a story that the Czar has issued a decree
Ireland Island, January 9th, 1880. ordering the landed proprietors to divide their
estates among the peasants. The peasants on the
AN"THIT AID A TErn, 0 A r i estate of Count Sehonvaloff in thea irev,a.,bs

"RPICORSO EN, UVA. u ......... ............, ........ e,
GRAPHIC CORRESPONDENT," The prices for next season can be made profitable district, seeing that the Count was not taking any
Hamilton Hotel, if there:is any manner of wisdom left in the manag- steps for the division of the property, gathered at
ers of the Anthracite Companies. This year fully the castle, seized it, expelled all the servants, and
t A Marine Court of Inquiry, consisting of twenty millions of dollars (4,000,000 sterling) have sacked it. Two companies of soldiers, who were
Morris A. M. Frith, Esqr., (President), T. N. Dill, been lost to the producing and carrying interests ordered to disperse the rioters, were received with
Esqr., M.C.P., and Captain Nathaniel Vesey, (with from the want of a proper understanding by and showers of missiles. The affair has assumed a
Captain John S. Darrell as Nautical Assessor), was between the several concerns and of the require- threatening aspect. The peasants of several neigh.
convened at the Court House, Hamilton, on Satur- -ments of the market." boring communities have joined the rioters, all of
day last to investigate the circumstances attending "How to make the business of the year just ended whom are excellently armed. ..
the loss of the British.Barque North Carolina, on show a balance on the right side of the books of -
the reefs at the westward of these Islands on the the coal companies, is a problem. We opine there VARIOUS OTTOMAN INTERESTS.
morning of the 1st instant. The Captain and Mate, will be some difficulty in making things financial
who had been summoned to attend, were present, come out as nearly even as they did lst year. The sriu Trouble in Bosnia and Herregoina.- e
and R. D. Darrell, Esqr., (Solicitor General), and demand (in 1880) is bound to beularge, and by Cession of Gusinie to be Resiated.
Reginald Gray, Esqr., appeared as Counsel for them keeping the supply in proper bounds the price can CONsTANTINOPLE, Dec. 30.-Telegrams received
both. also be largely in excess of the average of the year here from Novi-Bazar announce that the agitation
After the Commission authorising the sitting of 1879."- Coal Trade Journal (New York), Dec.-81. in Bosnia and Herzegovina is assuming serious
the Court had been read and the Captain and Mate total production of anthracite coal to Decr. 20th proportions, owing to the tyranny of the Austrian
called upon for their Certificates, Log Books and for 1879, 25,514,316 tons; same period 1878, 16.- officers.
Charts, R. D. Darrell, Esqr., submitted to the Court 7S3,Q70 tons. Delaware-Hudson output 1879, 3,- VIENNA, Dec. 80.-Four thousand Albanians are
that they had no jurisdiction to act, on the ground I 321, 1l tons; 1878, 2,076,846 tons. : ready to resist the cession of Gusioje and Plava to
that there is no law now in force in these Islands The Ptsville Journal remarks that the tide wa. Montenegro. Ahmed Mukbtar Pasha's troops are
authorising the holding of a Marine Court of In- ter shipents of the Reading Compapy exhibit a mutinous. They have not been paid and are in
quiry, the Act of 1864 (No. 18,) which was origin- decrease. 150,000 tons over 1877, though the total rags.
ally in force until the end of 1870, having been in -production is 900,000 tons in excess, sheging that
1869 continued ,to the end of 1879, and not having the consumption ;was largely along the line for
since been further continued, furnaces and factories. It considers an increased Her Majesty has been pleased to forward to
After some delay Morris A. M. Frith,; Esqr., an- production hardly possible. *. Major Chard a very handsome ring as a mark of
nounced the decision of the Court to the effect that, her appreciation of his heroic conduct. The gift
the law having expired, the Court had no authority THE ST. THOMAS ALMANACK, 1880. is accompanied with an autograph letter. The
to act. The proceedings were therefore terminated The ubli ustusWa. has sent us ring is a valuable diamond Waterkloof.
andtheCertificatesetcreturnedtotheCaptainand The publisher, Augustus Walle, has sent us his
andtheerificatesetc.,returnetotheapain and Almanack for the present year, which sustains the
Vate .Th. eeted visit of Prince Goria haknfr #n

I reputation w-nic previous issues nave secured aim.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The Hidden Coffers"-a Tale of Blue Beard's and
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Black Beard's Castles, written by C. E. Taylor, with
At a meeting of the Freeholders of the Town -of illustrations on wood, drawn and engraved by the
Hamilton, held at the Town Hall on Wednesday Author-is a sort of historical romance. Frau
last, for the purposes'of Electing a :Mayor, Alder- Gretchen and Rebecca are rather sober looking
men and Common Council for the current year, the oddities. The Septuagint of advertisements is a
following Gentlemen were duly re-elected:- repository,of strictly practical information and
Mayor.-Nathl. A. Butterfield. for reading at an odd interval a charming variety
Aldermen.-S. S. Ingham, -language being ingeniously used to put forth the
B. E. Dickinson, particular claims of. every advertiser to the favour.
A. Turnbull. e able consideration.of the Public.
Common Council.-W. T. James, I Rx E-" A -
Jeremiah Harnett, REVISAL o' E.ECTORA. LLsTs.-We would direct
T. N. Dill, the attention of the Public, but especially to the
C. C. Keaie, inhabatants of the Parishes of 'Warwick, South-
A. M. Oudney. ampton aid Sandys, to the notice on the 3rd page
______ of this issue of the postponing the Revisal of
SAD D)w'r;IN. AccINTr.-On Sunday morning the Electoral Lists in Warwick, Southampton and
Mr. Paul R,-,,eri,.k Maines, a planter, a native of Snd Parishes from Wednesday 1th to Phurs-
Portugal, but for someyearsa r-sident iu Bermuda, day the 22ud of Jany., 1880.

was, with some other persons, walking on the sea
shore at Grape Bay, Pagets, observed some barrels
floating outside the reef, which was believed to con-
tain kerosene. Maine, d.-'ided on winmming outto
secure some of them., He prepared himself for the
purpose and plunged into the sea; ere, however, he
bhad gone far from the shore-he was heard three
several times to call -for help-when he sunk. A '
boat which put off to his assistance was capsized
and the crew nearly-all drowned, one of them is
not expect( 1 to live. The deceased body has not-
been recovered. Maines, has left a wife and three
Children to lament his untimely end.

TJio So-tr'rvy.-In the article published under the
above heading, in the supplement which accompani-
ied tlie Gazutte df instant, for Disbursements
133 15/4, readi123 15/4.

: ; :. .: .: .- :

The third Lecture of this course will be given
this evening in the Mechbanics' Hall-When Ire-
laud" will be the subject. All desirous of seeing its
rich scenery should attend.

On Wednesday evening Dr. Nelson will deliver a
Lecture in the Associatiun Hall on London, the
Great City.", On Thursday evening tlk Lecture
will be i'epeiatel at Theatre Royal. t'f.lljwed by
Paris n Friday-under the Patrouage of Colonel
Stoke' R.A., Commandant-with probably a Lec-
ture ,A Saturday evening. On Monday, ""Paris"
will be repeated in Association Hall-as th-se will
be the only Lectures in St. George's, 6 would
strougly advise all wishing a treat to mttend.-
Colonist will give particulars.

e un v expecueu vo ve p -. v ucazu to
Berlin is supposed to foreshadow Important changes
in Russian policy. A statement has appeared to
the effect that the attention of the Czarewitch was
called, during'his visit at the Austrian Court, tft
the alleged activity of Russian agents In Turk
and that the Russian Heir Apparent entirely 6.
claimed any responsibility for such proceedings.
Assurances of this sort, however valuable as proof
of a friendly spirit, can be of little practical service
if a difficulty should arise which might bring Rus-
sia into conflict with the other Great Powers. But
if the Czar and the chief members of bis family
are sincerely desirous to prove, as the promises and
excuses of the Czarwitch would seem to show,
that Russia is no longer bent on disturbing the
affairs of the East, it cannot be difficult to modify
the policy of the Empire, or even to change ita
governing politicians, so that the outer world may
clearly understand the fact.

NW A Supplement of five Co-
lumns accompanies this issue of the Gazette.
It contains particulars of two I. 0. G. T."
Meetings at Ireland Island, "Attack on the
Life of the King of Spain," "Distress in Turks'
Island," and Professor Blacie on Scotch-

MARRIED, on Deer. 30th, 1S79, at St. Marks'
Church, Smith's Parish, by the Rev. G. Tucker, Ree-
tor, OSWALD OLI'TERBIEGE, Esqr.. to Miss AoNES J.
T., youngest daughter o Wni. H. Zuill, Esqr.

DIED, November 15, 1879, at 28 Kilburn Park.Road,
Lindon, CECELIA CATHERINE. widow of the late Ed-
win B. Todd, Esqr., of St. Georges, Bermuda, and
only daughter of the late Rev. Roberifoare, B.A.,
Rector of Sandys and Southampton Pariltes, Bermuda.



I on

ther notice will Lo given.



At 1 o'clock,

On Thursday next,
The 15th Instant,
50 BEST New York HAMS
r 20 Bbls. GARNETS, in Prime
Ord,-r for Planting
10,000 Feet White PINE 1 Inchl White Pine
5,000 Tomato LATHS
-25 Bbls. Peerless POTATOES
25 Tins LARD, .5 and 10 lb. Tins
10 Caddies Blk. TOBACCO
3 Hlf. Boxes DO. 12's
1 14 Feet Cedar BO.T
to10 Boxes Crown SOAP
'10 Boss SOAP in 1 lb. Cakes
1Box CART "
S. H handsome 3 Year Old -
i*-i^ -$ii_-i,

; Notice.

A Special Meeting of the "BERMUDA
will be held at the Boat House-on
Thursday the 15th Inst.,
At 4 p.m.,
To consider a proposal as to the expediency
of separating the Rowing Department from
the Cricket Department.
As this is a matter of importance Members
of both Departmeuts are particularly request-
ed to attend this Meeting;
Honorary Secretary.
Hamilton, 12th Jany., 1880.

Just Arrived
i Boxes Sweet OR A NGES
Barrels Bright Barbados MOLASSES
Barrels V. P. SUGAR, very bright
Bags Dissolved Peruvian GUANO
Barrels Fish GUANO
Garnet Planting POTATORES

SEWING. MACHINE, No. 3, is now
ready, with all the latest improvements known
to Sewing Machine Art, and some important
ones peculiarly it's own.
We feel confident that we can produce a
MACHINE, which for range, perfection and
variety of Work, as well as for Strength, Finish-.
and power of Endurance, is Awithout a rival. A
child may work it without Injury. No Family
should be without one,, as the prices are within
the reach of all.
OOns of the Remington Sewing Machines has
been in use in Bermuda for over five years with-
out needing any repair. Payment may be made
by instalments.
Opposite Post Ollice, Hamilton.
January 13th 1880.

A GOOD, general SERVANT.. Also a tdy
Nurse GIRL. Good wages.
Pittsa Bay.*

Hamilton, Jany. 12, 1860.-1 ".

Received at the lAyal
,Oazette Stationery Store
From London via New York, and direct.
Foolscap Forrel Covered Account
BOOKS, Long Folio and Common,
White and Blue Paper 2 to 7 Quire.
Foolscap Forrel Covered BOOKS, Ruled
ft. only
Letter BOOKS, 1, 2 and 4 Quire
Pass BOOKS, all Sizes
FOOLSCAP-White and Blue Laid, Plain
Ruled Faint and for Accounts,
ENVELOPES-Official Letter and Note
Cricket STUMPS and Match BALLS
&c., '&c., &c.
Hamilton, Dec. 30th, 1879.

j 1r 0. JS cEc he's

S Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Moderate.
At the Royal Gazette Stationery
By the ". Sir eorge F. Seymour," from Loudon.
I iJR.\YRRi BOOKS, Ivory and Enamelled
I Carpenter's and Mavor's SPELLING,
Gold and Sliver PAPER
Gold and Silver I.E. A
Bottles GUMi with brush :and top
Foolscap, Letter and Note-PAP[Ilt
ENVELOPES, &c., &e.

A number of Johnb CUiner-ii') Po-
pular.NOVF]l. .
SI lawili0t, November 4th, i79y,

Army Contract.

12th January, 1880.
GENERAL will receive Tenders, in du-
plicate, up to 12 o'clock, noon,
On Wednesday,
The 21st Instant,
From Persons desirous of entering into a Con-
tract for the undermentioned Service, viz.:
Washing and Repairing
Barracks and Hospital Bedding
and Clothing in the St..
George's District.
Forms of Tender can be obtained on appli-
cation at the Commissariat Office, Hamilton;
the Tenders to be enclosed in a sealed envel-
ope, addressed to the DISTRICT COMMISSARY
GENERAL, and marked on the outside "Tender
for Washing and Repairing."

Now occupied by Timothy Seymour, Pilot,
containing about half an Acre of L A N D,
bounded on the North by a Public Cross
Road, on the South by Land of the heirs or
devisees of William Morris, (Pilot); on the
East by Land of -the heirs, of devisees of
Charles Hewlett, and on the West by Land
of the heirs or devisees of William Morris
(Master Mariner) deceased.
The highest Tender if approved will be ac-
Part of the purchase money may be secured
by Mortgagee. Title unexceptionable.
Hamilton, 12th Jany., 1880.--3 3p

' For Sale.

Revisal of the Electoral

W ITfI reference to the notification in the
Royal -Gazette" of Tuesday last the
6th of January, 1880. In consequence of the
Meeting of the Legislature on Wednesday,
the 14th instant, the Revising Officeer is oblig-
ed to postpone his attendance at the JPar-
ishes of Warwick, Southampton and Sandys
from that day to
THURSDAY, the 22nd day of Jan-
uary, inst..,
When he will attend,
In WARWICK Parish, at the VESTRY ROOM,
at 11 o'clock, a.m.
RooM, at 12 o'clock, noon.
In,SANDYS Parish, at the YESTRY ROOM, at
1i 30 o'clock, p.m.
When and where all persons claiming to be
registered on any Transfer of Property bearing
date on or before the 31st December, 1879, and
the Vestry Clerks of those Parishes arelhereby
notified according to Law to attend.
Revising Officer.
12th January, 1880.

.knuniianniweL uruocI Onion Box MATERIAL Comy.,
1 Doz. Horse BLANKJETS I Tomato Box M ATERI AL 1 District Commissary General. Notice.
1. Carriage DO. 'Bags CIIARICOAL
1 Dozen Driving WHIPS 20 M. Tip-Top CEGARS, good and cheap N rT IE1 The Ladies Helping Society Js-
-Borax SOAPS L JL'J sociation intend holding a
SBs. New POTATOES -FOR 8 AL F, At the Residence of Mrs. MeDermot, in Paget's
25FORs. New POTATOES- FOR S A L Parish,

Late the Property of 87th Regiment, now. 1* H O T. JACeKSON, About 40 tons of Slack On Tuesday and Wed-
owned by Capt. Foster, 46th Regt., Opposite Post O e. nesday, the and 21t intent.
And many other Goods that will appear at the Jany, 13th; 1880. & I nesday, the 2 0th nd 2 1t instant.
Bale. A Application to Doors open at 12 M.
W ALER & CO 7'ake Notice'. Applicationto be made at the Commissariat Price of Admission-Adults 6d., Children 3d.
R-,,, O .. .. .. ..,:I] .. ... 1 -1 A.._ .

.1j. ,I*VJ -XW '7
Hamilton, January 12, 1880.

Notice to Parishioners.

are hereby notified that the PARISH
TAXATION BOOKS have been revised and
are nqw open, Apd 'will remain open for their In-
spection, at the Office of the Underigned, until
SATURDAY, ihe 17th instant.
Pea ons holding D)EEDS for Property nIAt et
Registered ur Transferred, will please baine
them fierward by the ahove-named late
Parish Veatry Clerk.
St. George, January 5, 1880.-

.,: Notice.

of Real .and Personal Property, liable by
law to Toaxation, has been revised by the Vestry
and will KREMAIN OPEN to the Inspection of
all concerned at the Store of SAMUEL C.
BELl., Esqr., until the ;7th instant.
Parish Vestry Clerk.
Southampton Parish, Jany. 8, 1830.-1

To Let or Lease.


in PagLL Parish, next West of the Rectory.
Has three JAcres and a half of-
L .1 4 D attached.
Possession can be had in Februarry next.
A apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Pagets. January 13ih,, 1880.-3p.t.o.o.


Eating POTATOES 2/ per Bushl.
Early Rose POTATOES 7/6 per Bushel
For Cash only for Sale by
Johy. 12, 1880.-1I


WanE used in a legitimate and sclentiflo manner
Dynamite Is decidedly a desirable motive power.
As a factor in trade disputes, however, its arbitra-
ment is apt to be inconvenient. A party of miners
In Putnam county, in the State of New York, held
possession of a coal and iron mine alter the ex-
piratlon of the lease. The lessor found them
troublesome tenants. He dare not go near the mine,
as his presence was greeted with a very hostile dis.
play of dynamite. He sought the aid of a Court
which gave him the protection of a squad of military.
Proceeding to the pit in the company of bis armed
force he demanded thesurrenderof the mine. The
occupiers replied by inviting his merry men to come
and take what they sought for by means of powder
and shot. The troops accepted the challenge, and
began to descend the mine by the main shaft.
They were met by a blast of dynamite from the
bottom of the pit. The Debris fell in terrible
showers, and promised to overwhelm the party.
Nothing daunted, however, the troopers continued
to descend. Another blast of dynamite met them,
and it was feared they bad succumbed to the shock.
The frail ladder was heard to snap, and the sides
of the shaft began to fall in with a rumbling noise.
The men were bruised and considerably damaged
bythe flying splintersof rock but they still continued
to go down Into the yawning abyss. The officer In
command of the party had nearly accomplished the
descent, when he received one of the miners with
Sfuse in hand, ready to fix it to a final charge.
He covered the fellow with his rifle, and coolly de-
manded him "not to fire that fuse, but surrender."
Not wishing to sacrifice his own life, the miner
retreated. The officer set loot in the mine, and was
quickly followed by his men, who cleared the pit at
the bayonet point, and sent the miners tu the sur-
face, bound hand and foot, as plisoneis of the law,
and witnesses of the courage of the officer who had
been cool enough to say a firm word at a critical
moment. 0

J I. t. TAYIdOR wants to pay his DEBTS
and by so doing must urge those IN-
DEBTED to him to come forward and pay him
their BILLS. All unsettled Accounts after 15th
February, 1880, will be placed in legal hands
for Collection without respect to person.
Jany. 13th, 1880.-2

Money to be Lent
On Approved Mortgage Securities.
Apply to
Hamilton, 12th Jany., 1880.-Ip


For Sa'e, Cheap for Cash.
Applyto Me. NELMES, the Tower, Hamilton,
nr th iNMASNAA.TER d4th RIleet St. george's.

l l information canbe There will be a B
Obilicen Ifamilton, where a
d d
c i n a
uo t at e.

District Commissary General.
Hamilton, 12th January, 1880.-1

Real Property in Sandy's
Parish, for Sale,

The Undersigned will receive Sealed
STenders, (marked on the outside Tender for
Purchase) until noon of

The 31st January, inst.,
For the

Pagets, January 13th, 1880.-2

Philanthropic Lodge,
No. 5.
Independent Order of Good Sama-
ritans (D.V.)
Will Celebrate her TWEL.FTI ANNIVER-

22nd January.
Members of Sister Lodges are respectfully
invited to meet at Philanthropic Lodge Room in
Iteid Street, I lamilton, at 9 a.m., and proceed
thence to St. John's Church, where there will
be Divine Service at 11 a.m.
There will be a COLIECTION taken up in
aid of the Widow and Orphan Fund.
By Order,
January 6, 1880.


There will be a

On 22nd January,
In aid of the BUILDING FUNI) of I'hilanlhro-
pic Lodge, N6. 5, Independent Order of Good

A PARCEL OF LANI) in Warwick Parish, .amatitans.
with a New, Substantial and Commodious l)oors open at 5 o'clock p.m.
Price of Admission 6d.
C o tt a g e lMozart's Favorile Band will be in attendance.
thereon, nearly completed, and materials for D. S. OUTER BRI)GE,
finishing the same-which parcel of ILAND Secretary.
contains about one acre, and is bounded East- January 6, 1880.
early, by a Tribe Road; separating the premises .
from. the School Land; Westerly, by Land of Notice
William Walter Francis; Northerly, by the
North Longitudinal Road, and Southerly,' by
Land of Charles Simmons. i CONCERNING TIl ESTATE OF
A good Tank and serviceable Lime Kiln have D y. Frederick --a tls l esis
been constructed on the Land, while the Cottage
commands an extensive view and is within five S18ttfl1 H fltli e ,
minutes walk of the Salk Kettle Ferry. Of St. George's Parish, (Deceased.)
Tenders for the purchase of the above Pro- -
perty will be received at the Office of M RI. It. D. A LI. Persons having DE MANI)S against
DARRELl, Hamilton, up to noon of I the above named Estate will please render
Is ly nh, ir respective ACCOUNTSi to the Under-
'Thursday the 2 .dl st., signed on or before the 31st Instant; and all
But the Proprietor will not undertake to ac- Persons INDEBTED to the said Estate will
cept the highest or any Tender if the price please make Payment by same date.
offered is deemed inadequate.I LOUISA E. HUNTER,
5th January, 1880.-3 3p. i Executrix.
Land in Pembroke. I GEORGE R. *NKIN,
Sva Pie s of Fi al Executors.
St. George's, Isfat Jany., 1880.-2 3 2 lp.
Several Pieces of Fine Arable -----

Near Hamilton, For Rent.
Apply tO
26 Front Street.
Jany. 5, 1880.-I
.,for Demerara.

The Undersigned purpo-es to dispatch

For the abo('e Port,
Early in the ensuing lMonath, to
fReturn direct.
For Freighl either %ay, please apply
Hamilton, Jany. 13th, 1880,--2 3p. -

A -

For Sale

r The House and
L NI) in WarwicJk Parish, l.elonging to the
Estate of the late (Ct:oRi: J. PT'ros ; bounded
on the North by Land of Mrs. Madalin
Lightbourn ; East, by a Tribe Road ; South, by
the Main Road, and West. by a Tribe Road.
The IllUSE is a Two Story one, and has
Four Bedrooms, a large Drawing Room, Two
I'arlours, Two Halls, Ono hitting Room, Pan-
try and Kitchen. There arc about Six Acres
of LAND, on which are a Fruit Garden and
Two Outhouses; and, as the Road on the
East of the Premises will shortly be improved
the Property will be within a few minutes walk
of the -alt Kettle F.-rry.
For further IPrticaulrs apply to
No. 2 West Froit Street, Hamilion,
Pocember Ist, 1879.--f 3p

By His E.i.cdlen'y .1f.if.-Generl
R IYI. Taffan. LAFFA.N, R.E.. K.C.M.G.,
r-.eern,,r, (',.,,,,tuder-4i-
Maj.-(oenl., ('Chie, in, n,l ,,.r tiese Is-
Governor 'f& Con- Islaids, d'c.. ., '. '.
mander-in-C hi,.

troctam ation.
W HEREAS I have thought fit to CON-
PARLIAMENT, which stands Prorogued to
Saturday, the 17th day of this present month
of January, I do therefore, with the advice
and consent of Her Majesty's Council, hereby

The 14th 'day of Jany., instant,
Then to Meet in the Town of Hamilton for
the Despatch of Public Business : of which as
well the Members of the LEGISr,.TIVE COUN-
mIL as the Members of tho HOUSE OF ASSEM-
BLY are hereby required to take notice and to
govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the Great
Seal of these Islands this
10th day of January, 1880, and
in the 43rd year of Her Ma-
jesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command,
Colonial Sectretary.


Colonial Secretary s Office,
HAxMILTO, 2nd January, 1880.
The Schools Act, 18 $.

Notice to Parents and Others.

UNDER the above Act the father, or, if he
be dead, the mother, or, if she be mar-
ried ,gani, the stepfather, of every child above
5, and under 13, years of age, is required to
make a return in writing to the local Parish
Vestry of the names, in full, and ages, of all
children within the above ages in his or her
family, or under his or her care or control,
stating with respect to every such child where
such child is being educated, whether at home
or at school, and if at School at what School.
The mother, or, if she be married, the step-
father, of every illegitimate child is required
to make similar returns.
The above returns are required to be sent
in to the Parish Vestries before the 28th Janu-
ary, instant, and afterwards half-yearly, viz.,
every June and December. -
Any such father, mother, or stepfather, fail-
ing to make any such return, or knowingly
making any false or incorrect return, is made
liable to a penalty not exceeding twenty shil-
lings, besides costs of prosecution.
By the Act every such father, mother, or
stepfather (as the case may be) is made liable
to pay a School Rate, of Six Shillings a Quar-
ter for every child between the above ages with
respect to whom the Parish Vestry does not re-
ceive satisfactory proof (by the Certificate of
some Teacher or other sufficient evidence) that
such child has attended a school approved by
the Inspector of Schools, or the Parish Vestry,
at least three out of every four School days
during the Quarter, unless the Vestry shall be
satisfied, by proper evidence, that the child has
been prevented attending school by sickness or
infirmity, or by the want of a proper school,
which he could reasonably be expected to at-
tend, within a reasonable distance, or by other
reasonable cause to be allowed by the Vestry,
or that the child has been receiving a sufficient
education by private tuition.
Parents, or others, wilfully, or unreason-
ably, refusing, or neglecting to pay the School
Rate, to the Overseers of the Poor, within 20
days after the same are demanded, are made
subject to the payment of costs of sueing for
the same, not exceeding S,', and, on making
default in payment of any Rates, adjudged by
by a Justice of the Peace to be paid, to 20 days
imprisonment for want of sufficient distress.
i By His E.ccdlency's Commanid,
Colonial Secretary.


'J'H E Undersigned hereby informs all Persons
who have left Articles with him for repair,
that if they are not paid for and taken away on
or before the 31st instant, the Articie or Arti-
cles as the case may be, will be sold to pay ex-

January 13, 1880.-1

Blacksmith, hlamillon.

-- -- e ---*
Pou Office, Hamilton, January, l1ih, 188%W -
J E Atkinson, 11 Beloo, Chirles Buckley, Joth
de Bettencourt, Manoel Machado Betamcurt, A F
Bcek, E H Bradfori, (ieorg. H Curtis, Rosi Can,
G W Durant, RC Dill, R Dixon &Co., Fawor
Deshield, Arislilde Durup, W J Darrell, Susan F
Ewe, Antonio de Fontez, George.Green, Ilisq Gibbs,
El-zabeth Hunte, Mary Hinson, Robeit Hall, Liura
E Humphrey, Francisco Ignaci.,, Mrs Joseph W
Ingham, AliceLouisa Joell, Mrs WmC King, Helen
Kel, Mrs Major Legh, Ellen Lighthourne, tirs
Wm Manuel, Mrs Thonis Milton, M Morris, Per-
cival Ming, J Mayor, John Monk, Peter U N pier.
J 1t'Brie,,, i' O'Biien, Thoinis O'lirien,, Mr Oatee,
Francis Robinson, John Reed, Julia T Smith,
George Spencer, Mrs Ann Y Sunith, Peter Sim-
mona, Mary J Swan, Manuel Durra Silva, Mrs A
W Smith, iophia Stied. Albeit Tucker,- Louisa
"l'roti, Harriet O0 Tucker, J Tr,,n, Jo an D Taylor,
Miss E T W'illiams, Robert Whie, Helena Wil.
liams, Christanna Williams, Benjamin Virgin. .

FICE ST. GEORGE'S, Jan'Jary 12, 1 8).
H '-.: Dwson, Louis S liayw..rd. I C H syward,
Mrs Heller, Perry 0 Johnson, A Mlyles, A Peniston,
Miis Maly simons, Joe I homa, Walletr Waltch,
Edwaid WNielnd,

0 e

V. L14 I*A*O.l- ., *"- "i > ., u ~. Q- -. l. w
January 13, 1880. '

Sewing Machines. A nd Parcel oj LAD






' E H,/A IC II_ HA L,
Queen Stre6f, i;eiiton, .
Ui I tihe P- iionage of His Excellency the-
S Governor

K. C. M.G-. G

Special Correspondent,
T he -I ily ;,r.i[.i -, N '. Y ork (.. *: 1; ii
S' |iun A .- I N* .. l I, etc., etc.
A i. -.." 4 weekly Lctures wil be given on
T.E.ID..iDY, January 101th, with
S liinstr.tink s of I l lL \Nl -l ts

TUESDA Y, January 20th,
Til 'E I I I INE-i-FT Il'(l ; TI .'s & .- C', :
Withl Statuary, lihot.:.'i apic Illustrations of
SThe Lectu'es ar' I llis I 1,, l'hotograpl.ic
Vit-, ten feet squire, throw oil a screen.
I'he in-tru 1ieits [Kuphianeron ]' are from the
well known London maker., E. G. Wood,
Clihe, p-ide, ':. 0, 'lThev are ,noted for ereat
ilhuiiinatii', powt'er, cit.:rt,-, and brilliancy of
effect. Di)sslviig Views aigp always attractive,
particularly when enhanced by accurate descrip.-
tions. -
iReserved .entis 21. General I/. Tickets and
SSceat Plan }at Royal. Gazett'" Stationery

(.n rtas mape y be order.-d for 9 30. -
osrs openi at 7-30. Lecture at 8.
J.iri.u.,y 13, 1.B 0.

.F11 II E Uilndeisigied hieirby informs the
S. Inhi hitants of B.rnuud generally. *ot to
Crqdil, Em~oh)y, or Harbor his Wi'e, IMUT Ii
ANN JAt'K-UN, (.f Devonshire Parish,
.as she. hasl Jeft her home ,without any just
-cat'ise, whatever. (SITe is believed: to be
-evonshire, Dec. 16, 171.--4 pd'

S. Whi tter,
Watchmaker, oeweller d& En-
Offers jor Sale Cheap,
A Choice Selection of
Ia rch+.+, CJf,,I; cwcyf
and Silver Plaled f'are,
Suitable for Xmas Presents.
A And PersonA intendinit to purchase willfind (by
callingg at his Stiro,) ample room to say I
haveat last found a. ('heiap Jewelry Store." ''
N II.--PIrties w hh .have not 'Settled their,
Acconrts for the pIat fiur ear., need:not ask
cr I o.lIs on Ciredit, Iu': otneiid I al :the same
n\ i'nti n. "
Call and See.
Reid Street. next West" Gazt Lte" Office.
Deeeuwlr 1ith. 1879.

York Street, St. George's.
T t I' P'rojiietor of the above Establishment
is pr'ii)tLed to receive BOAR IDFI', either
Verman.riert or Transient and to pr..vide Lunch-
eous, &c., at shriest notice and. reasonable
Sir. n er. Or others visiting St. George's will
find in Ille above K'slabliliiinent evervihing de-
sira'le fir th ir Comfort. -
t. : -', t h J. EDWARDS.
St. Ge o ;o., 17th Novr., 1879.

For Sale,
Receie(ed per late arrivals,
l-E X I' PENSION Top Pa:
I' PIL.ETON/4 Seatss
1 Park PIIE I ON, 2 Seat
.1 concord BUG. "
2 Large and powerful farm

2 Ilandsome Carriage 1HORSES
1 Ayeshire"
~ ~ ~ f~ ^^ ^ 't. /'' '^" '^

rA IM I'edigree ;:rrit, d.
41 Ayrshir' C G I I.F, ".A1.ll ,"' e. igrce \ arrain ted
2 Golc.t 1ldch W W'
HA l NES.SES I'ipe CI Lil.\RS
%VIP .p BLA NKETS, &c,.
I ill) lies. I 'li. c Ne'w I rrk St:,io Garn'et .Seed
I 0 .FI: E8 0,
.51 iBls. t ia ieu lh lad Fi--h (IAU.\NO, the b st
"e r ii' ,i' r ini |"l le il '' "
Reid Street.
Hamilton, Dec. 15, 1879.

O(N FIridav l.i't between lhe lResidence of
Philip Nen,, rEqr., W\\'ari-k, and the
S..It Kette Ferry .
4A hiuch o/ :3 Small KEYS.-
The Finder on iai ..g the same at the
lRoi: i; u.i 'tte 1fili_ ,,ill Ie S-ilably Ie-
Sa ilo. e. 179.
llhtilto.t, I e. ;31st, 1579.

k. a 0

'I-E Ist GENt.ERRI. MEETING of the
'ETY, will take place.
On 7'v Ir. lay Evening,
The 15th I rst at 7 o'clock, Sharp.,
The object 6f this Meeting being one of
the greatest import-nce to the people of this
colony, it is earnestly requested that the Gene-
ral Public will heartily enter into -the spirit of
thne itei pri--.', andcome forward with a will to
assist in this great work.
A Subscription List will be open for Member-
ship aind Contributions.
Acting Secretary.
Hamilton, Jany. 2nd, 1880.-2


PAG-ET, PARISH, 3,D JA.NY., 1880.
rHE ESTIMATE ot Real and Personal
IPRO'iERTY, liable to taxation, has been
revised by the Vestry and will remain open for
Inspection, at the Residence of the Undeisigned
until )
THMURSD Y, the 15th Instant.
Persons Holding Deeds for property not
tr.ansf.rrr.-d ,will please |ir,,Inue then at a Meet-
ing of the Vc-_trv on FlID L \', the 16th Instant,
at 9-30 a,m,


V. FRiT H,
Parish JVestry Olrkc.

Hamilton I Iotel.
l POULTRY bought at- the lUamilton
Hotel every T'UESDAY and FRIDAY at 10
Also, FRESIIH MILK wanted daily.
December 30, 1879.

-From London,
ir G. F. Seymour.

White Lead WHITING
Yellow 00ClRE8 in Oil and Powder .
Prussian, Ultramarine and Light BLUiIE
Briunswick, Emerald, Verdigris and Quaker
Light Black, Ivory Drop Black and Black
Raw and Burnt SIENNA
Indian REI) Venetian R ED
Raw and Boiled OIL
Patent and Zinc DRIEIRS
Carriage, Copal, Oak and Damar VARNISH,
Also, Hubbuck's Anti-Oxidation
for Boat Bottoms.

W ETTERSTEI)T'S Tar and Wonson's
MET'ALLIC, in Quarts, I Gallon and
.Gallon Tins
Extra Strong and Union, Liquid DRIERS
No. I Furniture VAlRNISHI in A Pint, Pint and,
Quart Tins
Frencli:OLI SH in Pint Tins
Reid Street.
Hamilton, Deer. 23, 1879.
T 'H. MILLLER wants to pay
I"o* his DEBTS and by so doing those
OWING ilMl, must come to the front and pay
theirs ; and all Bills not settled by the 20'rH'op
JANUARY, 1880, will be placed in Legal
hands for Collection.
Reid Street, Hlamilton,
December 22nd, 1879.

I house, Planting Land,
Limber, &c.,
rpHE -PROPRIETOR of 'the
JL. "HERMITAG'," Smith's Parish, will
-reoive Tenders for the' PROPERTY as it now
stands, A considerable Portion of the Purchase
11Money may remain on. Mortgage.
No reasonable offer refused.
Address, c
Ilalifax, N. S.
December jth, 1879.-3


HE Undersigned having lately
arrived from America and h-ving a thor-
afigh knowledge of the PAIN f IN BU'I-
NESS in all its Branch, h, will be thankful
for a limit d hliare of the Public Patronag,..
IIHaiig tliken the Shop in Parliament Street,
Iltely occupied by MR. RAMOUS, withre all
Order will ,nect with prompt .tti.,nlin. Ternm.
(i.milion., Deer. 23, 1879.-3 ms.

O NE or 'Vwo: Female Servants,
;o dih tiGeneral Hou-e Work..
ALSO,_ One or Two I Reliable Young Men,
as Waitersie,&c.
"*.A pply at thl Itoyal Gazette" Otce.
None needI :plily that; cannot give good refer-
ences., .
December 29, 1879.

Revisal of the Electoral

Army Con tra(

Comniissariat (
RAL will receive Tenders, in
at 12 o'clock, noon, on the under
dates, from Persons desirous of eni
Contract fur th1,'- following
For one year, commencing on the
Monday, the 19th
ary, 1880.
Hospital, Prison & Bakery Supplies
"' < I
Forage Whole
Fuel Wood
Water for Drinking
Hops and Malt
Coarse Salt
Kerosene and Whale Oil
Rushes and Straw
Water for Steam Boat "Pioneer"

Wednesday, the
January, 1880:.
Purchase of Stable Manure St. Ge
(" Irelani
Purchase of Empty Flout
.Barrels, Pork Tierces & Hamilt
SOil Casks )
St. Geo
Purchase of Hospital Refuse Hamill
c" "- St. Gec
Shoeing Transport Horses Hamilt
St. Geo
Supply of Lime Whole
. ,wAA-i-nv Chir nn iteLi T

Dry Ear

g 'uumn ys ,
ig Ash Pits "
th Closet PService Hamilt
St. Geo

: Lists.. .
3 ts T! TE REVISING" OFFICER ',i attaena i
-. the several Parishes of these Islands at
1 th, tirnmes an,1 plin::es hereinafter sp.-.:ifi-d.'"for
the put 1n''-.:-eof, revising theo Register of Free-
y., 1880. holders according to Law,; and will hear and
Y GENE- determine alr applications for Registry,n and
Dupi;.te, all objections madei to the name of any Free-
mentioned holder being placed or allowed to remain on
mentioned' the Register; and he hereby notifies all per-
ter to sons who claim to be P,' on any trAins-
fer of Real Pr':operty, bearingdate on or eftorue
lst April The 31st day of Decem-
1:,er, 1879,
JanlU- That unless, their respective'titles to Regist ra-
tion are then awlt thei'e produced to him, their
names caumot b'e ifier:te1d in the Li.,ts of Free-
Hamilton holders for Election purposes before the An-
nual Revision in January, 1881. .
3t. G's. In SA3fDYS Parish, at the VESTRf ROOM, on
[ld. Id. Wednesday, the 14th of January, 1880, at
Comuand 1-30 o'clock-, P.M.' ,
RooM, onh Wednesday, the 14th of January,
1880, at 12 o'clock, M. : ." .,
In WARWICK Parish, at the VESTRY-ROO,-;
i on Wednesday, the 14th of January, 1880, at
,, 11 o'clock, A.M.
Hamilton In PAGET Parish, at the VESTRY ROOM, on
Monday, the 12th of January, 1580, at..2
o'clock, P.M. -
21st In PEMBROKE Parish, at the TOWx'HALL,
Hamilton, on Monday, the 12th of January,
1880, at 12-o'clock, M. -
orge's D't. In DEVONSHIRE Parish, at the VESTRY
d Isld. RooM, on Saturday, the 17th of January,
1880, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
bon District In SMITHS Parish, at the VESTRY Room; on
Saturday, the 17th of January, 1880, at 14
orge's o'clock, AM.
d Isld. In HAMILTON Parish, at the VESTRY ROOM,
ton on Saturday, the 17th of'January, 1880, at
arge's 12-15 o'clock, P.M.
IIsld. In ST. GEORGE'S Parish, at the TowIT HALL,
bon on Saturday, the 17th of Janutiry,; 1880;, a
Irge's 2-0 o'clock,- P.M.
Isld. The Parish Vestry Clerks are her,-by respect-.
Command fully notified and required to meet the Revis-
ing Officer ptuctually at the times and place
above specified.

I sl'd.

Monday, 26th January,
Supply of Hardware for Royal Engineer De-
partment. -

Tuesday, the 3rd- Febru-
ary, 1880.

Supply of Flour

For Whole Command

Forms of Tender and all information can be
obtained between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2
p.m. daily, on and after Monday next, the
12th instant, on a written or personal applica-
up to the day previous to the opening of each
set of Tenders. :
No Tendbr will be entertained unless made
upon the proper form, obtained as above, and,
when sent in, each set of Tenders must be pro-
perly enclosed in envelopes,' and addressed to
Aon, marked on the outside Tender for Hos-
pital and Prison Supplies," "Forage," as the
case may be.
serves the right of rejecting any or all of the

2 District Commissary General.

New Photograph and
Tin Type Gallery.
r|allE Undersigned takes great pleasure in,
S announcing to the Inhabitants of Bermu-
da that he has leased the Photograph Gallery
of Mr. John Hogan, where he intends carrying

Portrait and Landscape ,Photo-
In all its Branches.
Having brought with him all the latest style
of work and the most improved instruments and
fancy back 'gtoind-, hue feels confident he can
give perfect s:iidi'action to all who may fav6ur
him with their l'un'inge.
fie has also with him his tools and necessary
parts for the Iepairs of WATCH E'S, CLOCKS
and JEW ELIRY, having ,\',rked at. Photograph-
ing and MWatchrimal-.ini for over 10 years, with
great success, be feels he is capable of giing
perfect Satisfaction in both Businesses.
Work in Watch or Jewelry line left at his
Gallery will meet with prompt attention and
moderate charges.
Photographer S Watchmaker.
Dec. 12h, 1879.. :

January 6th, 1880

eVi. sing Officer.

R. E. OFFICE'RS appointed to serve for
the year 1880:
D. E.Sean, W.. .
John E. Lightboar", J. P. 11.
Henry A. Grantham,-S. WV.
George A. London, J. VW.
W. A. Swan, S. I).
A. 3. Pinchen, J. D.
Edward Hards, I. G.
John Williams, (Organist)
A. Granthaln, (Treasurer,)
'William 1l. Watlington, (Secretary,)
Robert BrowNn, (Taler.)
January 3rd, 1880.-2 pd

fWanted Immediately,

SOn Easy Springs.
A pply at the Royal Gazette.'Oflice.
January I, 1880.-2


ALL Persons having just CLAIMS against
-A the Estate of the late ED\VARI) JUS-
EPH SMITH,, of Pembroke Parish, deceased
are requested to render them to the Undersigned
on or before the 5th day of February next. Per.
sons INDEBTED) to this Estate will be requir-
ed to make Settlement by the above date.
Pembroke Parisi, Jany. 5th, 1880.-3
F CURNISHED or Unfurnished
ISOMS, inca Cottage in this l'Town.
SApply at the Royal Gazetfee" Office.
la.nilt ., Dec. Is. 1879. "" -

Country Board.

A Few BOARDERS can be
-- Comfortably Accommodated on moder-
ate terms, by applying to W. S. 'PEX.STUN,
January 5th, 1880.-3

s: a YLosr, ;
(On Chriatimas Day. 'betwlein the Parishea odf


L or T
Corner of Reid and Queen Streets,

Now Receiving ex' B etr'mua,"
From London via New York, a turther
Supply of

H a 'D *&C., &c. .
Ha nnilt.)n. l)eeel,;-r 23, 1979. atel

A 1,DY will be glad' to have SEWING
i WORK in a Milliner's Stor., or, some
respectable family, fr children and grown folks,-
by the month. ''Tcris iea,on;aile.
.Also, can d, : ii kind of I"ancy Work to suit
children aud I louse I rnamenls.
I'Jease apply at the Royval Gazetie" Office.
A ugust 2.3, 1.79.

the I

Sniths and [Pagets, -

h Lockets attached, containing two Photo-
graphs. .
he finder, Pon leaving thesame at the loyal
eite" Office, wiT besuitably rewarded.
mith's Parish, Dec. 3lil, IS1q9.

For Rent.

d. Tract of LANI) in Paget
S Parish,: i .\ -
y occupied by Mrs. I.ouIsA ,.,TOCR called
"IR R1M 0 JT, "
gaining Twelve eres, more or less, extend-
from the Waters of Hamilton HIlrboiur on
Narui,, to Hlie L.,in on the.S,,uth.
oil further Larteiui.irs apply to I
A. J. HODSDO ) ,

Hlamilton, 29th December, 1879.

.FOa st._LS : I.

A Market Wag6n
-nc.aily new.-App!y. at "Royatl Gazito' ,"
Stationery Store. ''
Hamilton, Deer. 3. 1S79.

W anted, -
Apply, M'rs. HOLT, Commissioners'
!Iouse, Ireland Island.
No inexperienced person need apply.
December 29, 1879.

l To Let.

That Cornriodious Two Story
ODevonsIuhire- Hoiuse'
West of prospect "
Occupied for the past Iwo years by E, DicKENi.
soN, 'sqR., H. E. .. .
Apply to
lHamilton, '29th Dec., 1879.-3 .

Aotice to


Will leave DEMEI) R for.this Port
About first week in Feby. nef#-;
And i ill call by H ARBA DOS; ,
Frei ht respecifully soliefted. -
Parties %%ill please -send orders fo#w'ard by
first opportunity Engagement Li.t foir Freight
opeti at the Office of Undersigned.
Hamilton. December 22, 1879.
Agetits in Demerara,'" C '

.N. notice.
t IE STORE.ofthe late CHARLES 310I
'(AN, Esqr., opposite Ihe cLricet Field
Somerset,. '
Will be. Re-opened,

This day, Tuesday,
November 41h.
The Stock on .hand comprises an extensive
A sorLtment of
D' It V; G 0 0 DS
Of !uperior quality, recelilyl Iporied, which,
in oidr-to close tile Estate, 'Iill bo Sold off
at greatly r.du. ed PriCets. fr Cash only.
': ". Executors.

Somarset, 4th November, 18'79.

Go to N: ./. ,ooper

He has just' Received per "sir George FP.Sey-
mour" dtrec, and %ia New Voik, from London.,
A Choice SI.I.EC'I .IN in Variety,
Also, his usual Supply per Cmninia of Ame-
... ean G001)S and GROCE.RIEM.
101h November, 187-9).

For Sale,.

One of Kent's Patent
Nearly new, recently imported from England ;
will clean 9 T'able Knives and one Carver.
Also, a large American
Suitable fo&tr aClul or Hotel.

iJersey Heifer GILF,
thorowrh bred, one year old, imported from
New York last year, Price 10.
For further particulars apply to M E. S
PRESIDENT, 46th Regiment, St. George's.
St. (;eorge's. 28th Novr., 1879.

A Gentleman and Lady, or Two
Ladies, ca. be acco.nmodated with LODG-
INGS in a Cottajre in this Town. ..
Particulars please apply at the Offce bfthisa
Hamilton, Dec. Ist, I 79.


SUN. Tide,
ris. sets. ^
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7 6 5 14 2 9 6
7 63 5 15 3 9 54
7 5 5 17 4 10 42
7 5 .5 17 5 1 1 30
7 5 5 18 6 12 13
7 .5 5 19 7 1 6
7 4 5 ,0 8 1 41


S2 nd after -Epiph any
l's&Qr.2-21m, a~m'.

Fute BERMUDA ,oTAL GAZETTE is. published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHE' F.LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
3ii -esty ,
' orth.west 1.'orner lHeid and Burnaby S:treets
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c.,. wiUllbe
priojed al the shortest notice.-Agents,
at Sl. Georges lor tho Royal Gazelle,
Messrs. GEORGE BOYLE & SoN, West Enh
Water Street. -




+ + .. .

1 -77




ppleent to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, january 13, 1880

SiuppIlemeut to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Hamilton, Tuesday, January 13, 1880.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
I. G. T.
I IRELAND ISLAND, 9th Jany., 1880.
Sm,-In your last issue I observe that the au-
thenticity of my report on the proceedings at the
Tea and E i rtai- r. rt -iv n by Providence Loyal
Lodge No 1, i.- ,.tled in question.
Without going into the matter of the legality of
either Lodge to their titles, or discussing the princi-
ples they profess, either party being equally deter-
mined as the other in upholding their theories and
arguments on which, here as elsewhere, have been
worn threadbare ere this; allow me to state, in re-
gard to the question raised by the reporter of Pro-
vidence Lodge No. '3, which appears in a postscript
that although the absence of certain members from
this meeting may have beev, observed, yet, that
these were the persons who responded to the toast
of "The Representatives of Naval Excelsior and
Rising Star Lodges," or that these did not respond
must remain (as far asoral and ocular proof goes)
unknown to your correspondent. I must say that
he-has very little ground upon which to give me
the lie, and, not to use too strong language he cer-
tainly-either unintentionally or otherwise-does
not speak the truth; as, being the person request-
ed to take notes for the purpose of reporting the
S fi-ro,:c: -i'u- I can vouch for the toast being given
-u-id reil p :'-. tovivavoce.
With reference to Col. J. J. Hickman, it is not
my office to reply further than to state, that per.
haps the Deputy of this gentleman-Mr. J. L.
Ward, Somerset-will answer any enquiries address-
ed to him as to how, and in what service, his chief
came by his title; however, this is the first time I
have heard this question raised, and I have yet to
learn that the Order of Good Templars places any
bar to its Members carrying out the mandates of
the State, or that duty which any individual be-
lieves to be his.
I may remark that I am not responsible for that
which I report further than when such is improper-
ly or inaccurately done, the imputation of the latter
to me having called forth this retort.
Excuse me for having thus far trespassed upon
your space,
I remain, your obedient-servant,
------>- o-<---------
LONDoN, DEC. 30.-Madrid was electrified this
evening by the news of another attempt to assassi-
nate the King. It wvas made as he was taking
his evening drive to the Prado with Queen Chris-
tine. He sLad been occupied during the day in
consultations with the Ministers. Senor Canovas
del Castillo. the Premier, had called at the Palace
and had been closeted with his Majesty. At five
o'clock i tl King ordered his carriage. It was an
open landau, drawn by two horses, with two foot-
men behind. Queen Christine quickly passed
through the file cf servarts on the palace steps and
stepped lightly into the carriage. She was dressed
with rich -*m;t'*ei.r'. Her face was unusually gay
and happy. Alfonso followed her, grasped the
reins and at once started for the Salon. The royal
palace stands in the Plaza del Oriente, facing a
semicircle of splendid buildings, where most of the
diplomatic corps are quartered. In the centre of
the plaza is a glorieta (garden), raised somewhat
above the level of the plazi and filled with fruit
and flowers. All around it is a broad walk, bor-
dered by trees and terminated by forty-four colossal
statues,i-., 1 ,- ..i:a. the monarchs of Spain.
At the -P aedsa-et---i -
l---rlved atthe_-paaee gate a young man was seen to
advance from the glorieta. An instant later a re-
port was heard. The young Queen felt something
whizz by her cheek. The King started to his feet.
Then it was seen that a shot had been fired, and.
the young man, who was little more than a boy,
was seized by the royal footmen, the police and the
*bystanders. The King showed himself as cool as
when his life was attempted in the Calle Mayor
last year. The Queen was much distressed, but
she made a brave effort to hide her emotion. The
ball, which had flattened against the palace gate,
was picked up on the pavement. It weighed an
ounce. The arrested youth said that his name was
Gonzales, tnd his age nineteen. He is a waiter by
profession, and a native of Galicia. It is believed
he had accomplices, and three person have been
arrested on suspicion. He has been living in Ma-
drid for some time. The Diario Espanol says:-
.'Two shots were fired at the royal carriage, the
second passing quite close to the Queen's face.
The weapon used was a double '-,vr'Ilei pistol.
The diplomatic body have gone to the Palace to
eln, ra.iril te their ".iii.ti5. upon their escape."
*The- 'tt'.-i.: excites 2-"er:il indignation at Madrid.
The King attended the Opera to-night, and as-
he stood up in the royal box was received'with
much enthusiasm. At the close of the performance
ao enthusiastic crowd bearing torches accompanied
the royal carriage to the palace.


R K, ,AT pripogress has h. ni :i v.1.- within a few
years in the art of P[-. -'-r .irg Fruits, Ve-
getables, Fish and Meats in tins, and in conse-
quence theo cotsnmption has larigly increased.
As yet, however, canned goods are not generally
thought to be," fresh," and some brands are not,
perhaps, entitled to he so considered. Those
packed h I ;.. in c.'e', are 'crn i[.c..llvI' Sealed
at the source' ,f -,ip|ly, when they are id the
best possible ...r.n-li:],o I'v a process which pr e-
serves the much-to-be desired fresh natural
flavors; arid 'hey are really in Ietter condition,
fresh..i, more palatable and wholesome than
Many ,i- .,ll..] "fresh" articles which are ex-
.. pose! for sale d.:i:ig considerable pteiois of
tim.- iii city nii i-;---. All goods ie niing our
nan-e are .'i .r. .nt.'.I to be of a superior quality
' pure *..] wholesome and dealers ro authorized
to ri-f.,,j t.. i.p,,- .-c pri-.-. in any case where
coni u t ers i ., ve.' i,..'-e t-.r':lis-a. tis'actioui. It is,
lheet.e, t1 he i reti-i .f I, both dealers and
con-Ii'TnerS. t i. e- I'li's Br.\NuD .
H.. K. & F. H. THURBER& CO,
Mianu.iua 'tri and Dealers in Food i'r-'.... [ .
V"c-.t i -ic.-'. mu.'.:;, !;eudc .,id !l ,.lj.q.ui
S .t "ireeti, N.'. York,
December 3, 1\79.-3 n,

George A. SanOl'd,
V.1 innit acti-,er ani IItiale.r in
.MAP1 II:' .\NI> PO LISll' ) G'RLNI[T'E
Slfl .V '1.71 if, .* TS,
leai STON I'T.N, FONTS, Church TAB.HLEi'S
Basin 10'1'S, &c.. &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
narI [inscriptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
inforwatiiun, please apply to

W. T. Ji.tJIES,
Agent for Bermuda.
42 Front St.
Hamilton, Octr. 6th, 1879.-I y

For the Royal Gazette. 1
In consequence of the Tea Meeting on Monday 5th,
the Plover's Nest Lodge held their Session on Friday
2nd. There are good working Members in this Lodge.
10 members were initiated and the Lodge adjourned to
allow the Providence Lodge No. 3 to hold their regu-
lar session.
Providence Lodge, No. 3, January 2nd, Lodge room
well filled, there being nearly 100 present-10 members
initiated and 4 admitted by clearance card. Several of
the men that came from Halifax to work on the Float-
ing Dock became members of the Lodge, those being
about to return home drew their clearance cards and
loft in the Sirius on the 6th for Halifax.
On Monday, January 5th, the Naval Lodges held a
Tea and Entertainment. which was quite a success-
about 120 sat down to a first class tea A Magic Lan-
tern Exhibition was part of a pleasant evening's En-
On Tuesday, the 6th, several of the Grand Lodge
Officers paid us a visit. ,They instituted a new Lodge
named Griffon's Pride," composed of men from H.
M. Ships Griffon and Boxer;, the Lodge started well
with 15 members and we wish them success ; after-
Swards a Grand Lodge Session was held when the
Grand Lodge Degree was conferred on 16 applicants
from different Lodges. It is expected that another
Grand Lodge Session will be held at St. George's, be-
fore the 46th Regiment leaves for Gibraltar.

The schooner Silver Heels arrived at this port
yesterday from Sainana Bay, St. Domingo. In
conversation with a Herald reporter Mr. Benjamin
F. Clark, one of her passengers, related the follow-
ing:-" We touched at Grand Turk, Turks' Island,
on December 19, and almost, upon our arrival came
the steamship St. D)omingo, loaded with prisoners.
The long delay in the arrival of this ship caused by
the late revolution in St. Domingo had reduced the
inhabitants of Turks' and the neighboring islands
to absolute distress. This distress was general
and not .confined to the lower classes alone,
for the wealthy residents were compelled to forego
their luxuries. 'T he arrival of this vessel was then
most opportune and hailed with joyous delight by
the entire suffering community. The revolution in
the Dominican Republic began under the direction
of the provisional government, formed at Puerta
Plat.a in October lasi, which had been triumphant at
all points, but tranquility is now restored."
Ex-President Cuesareo Guillermo embarked at St.
Domingo City for Porto Rico previous to the 12th
iust. Mr. Clark fourth r stated that General Lupe-
ron, chairman of Lhe provi ional government, would
doubtless be elected President of. the Dominican
government, though a strong diversion is expected
in favor of Valverde.

Te! Tee0!! .le!e!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in It1-atilfon and Vicinity it
will be delivered by ('art daily-from about 10
o'clock till n oo i oj-oMinmencigoi 1st April.
---T1rertice is one penny per poun-a .
Bermuda Artificial lee Company.
Hamilton, March 24th, 1879.

^si^ UNUMBaiT^ie

T HE above WATCHES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen ;are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned 7 Any grade viovee
ment not in Stock will be furnished at th-
Manufaitor's list price. Also, make to order
any styl- of C.ise with Crest, Monogramn, &c.
Remember the American' Watch Co. received
'the Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhilition.
Front Steet, In.milton, ?
Deer 16, 187- u.o.o.

Hard Stone Lime.
-3500 Bushels Hard Stone Wood
Burnt LIME.
For Sale by Hi. C. OUTERBRIDGE, Cause
way Road, or 61 Front St., Hamilton.
November 19, 1878.

Tri'i W0 LD-. ,"

The Heil tia- raund

Specially prepared for Hot Climates in herumeti-
cally closed tins of all sizes, in small kegs and
in firkins. The exports of this celebrated Brand
now exceeds 18,000,000 lbs.
T. J. CLAN(CH', Munster Dairies, Depot,
Cork, Treland. 26.

Horse, C(arriage 4" Cart

HE Undersigned havin;, resumed Business
at his ,ld Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Ilamiltou lljtel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the pub-
lic generally for past favors, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
January 6, 1879.

Professor Blackie presided, on Saturday, at the
annual dinner of the St. Andrew's Society in Man-
chester. In proposing the toast of the evening the
Professor.said the world was governed by names and
if there was a new start to be made or new spirit to
be infused it was proper that there should be a new
name, and of all the names in the world he could
not conceive of one more respectable than the'name
of St. Andrew. (Cheers.) St. Andrew was both a
Jew and a Greek, and in choosing St. Andrew as
their saint they had, as it were, combined the Jew
Beaconsfield with the Greek Gladstone--(loud
laughter and cheers)-for that Lord Beaconsfield
was a Jew could not be disputed, and that Gladstone
was a Greek was perfectly plain both from his
versatility and also from the subtleness of his in-
tellect and the suppleness of his tongue. (Renewed
cheers and laughter.) With regard to the preser-
vation of national traditions, he gloried in nation-
ality. He did not do so from an obtrusive desire
to push his thistle prickles into people of other na-
tions. God had created the world upon the princi-
ple of variety. It was not overridden by one type
of man, but everywhere in the various centres there
were various types. And if God had made this
great variety of races, he held that it/would be ri-
diculous to attempt to reduce all to one pattern.
Some people said, Why should you wish to keep
up your nationality ? Are we not all one people ?"
Well," he replied, "' why should you wish to
swallow us all up ? If we were John Bull and you
were Sandy, would you not object to be swallowed
up by us; and do you think that because a mastiff
or a St. Bernard dog is a very big dogthat therefore
Skye terriers have no place -in the world at all?"
(Cheers and laughter.) There might be some, and
he did not blame them, who wished that God had
created all mankind in the image of John Bull, but
he rather blamed the Scotchman, the sneak and the
snob, who after spending a few years in England,
was ashamed of his nationality. (Hear, hear.) He
thought the Scotchman was a hardy and hard-
working animal. If, therefore, he was superior
to the Englishman in point of work, but inferior to
him in point of polish, he bad no objection to that.
The Englishman was certainly more elegant, more
polished, and more aristocratic, lbut he was also a
more exclusive and a more conceited animal. He
also stood up for the Scot as a shrewd, sagacious,
and thoughtful animal. In that view the Times
supported him, for it said some years ago
the English Universities produce learning,
but the Scotch Universities produce thought."
With reference to Sabbath observances, he would
not object to a theatre on Sunday, if it were pro-
perly managed and consecrated by the Church, for
he did not see why they should not have plays more
effective than sermons. He announced, in conclu-
sion, that 13,000 had already been raised towards
establishing a Celtic chair at the Edinburgh Uni-



United States Mail Steamers.

WYOMING sails Tuesday lDec. 2, at7 a.m.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Dee. 16, at 7 n.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday Dec. 23, at 1 p.m.
MONTANA sails Tuesday Dec. 30, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Jany. 6, at 11 a.m.
ARIZONA sails Tuesday Jany. 13, at 6 a.m.
NEVA DA sails Tuesday Jany. 20, at 11 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday, Jy, 27, at 5 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five *atertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew -
ardesses. TheSaloon Accommodationsare un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are oni 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
each Steamer.
The U.S. Mail Steamer "Canima"from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, ov. 24 1879.
frttff4C-110 m aipas I S. '! A
Can be obtained from the
-of London,
One of the longest Established and WVealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considikrahle it.:m.
RISKS taken both on IEAL alid PERnONAL
P'RiOPERTY' for 3, 6 or. 12 monlhs..
No FEES and no ChARGE for P.icres.
'-anilton, September 9th, 1856.

John M. DeWolfe,
Manufacturer of all kinds of

Ca r r ag r
iIALIF X, N. .
Carriages built expressly for Bermuda wien-
ordered. '

S.... cet at Bermuda.
September 8, 1879.-12u.



Books luterleaved 2/. Plain 1/9. liheet i.
Can be obtained from our Ageuts, .Messrs.
GP.oiGE BOyLE &, SON, St. Cweoreo's; Mr. It.
GALLOWAY, Head Warder. I.N. Yard ; from the
several Carriers of the "- Royal Gazette," and at
our Stationery Store. %
eHamilton, Decr. 23rd, 1A9.1

We (North British Daily lfail) had the please
of inspecting at the office of Messrs. Boustead &
Dunbar, Dixon Street, Glasgow, the finished model
of a unique and very remarkable screw steamer
about to be built on the Clyde for the Compagnie
de Navigation Economique (Limited) of Glasgow
and Paris. This'vessel will have no funnel of any
kind, burning her own smoke, and her four masts
will be placed in pairs on the gunwale on projecting
brackets to keep them clear of the rails, boats, da-
vits, &c., when folded down, this being done when
the vessel is going head to wind, so as to lessen the
resistance offered by the masts, spars, sails, &c
On each mast will be placed a large boom and gaff and
between the mast will be placed a large square sail and
topsail running on jack-stays. The total width of
sail set on each pair of masts when running before
the wind will be 147 feet in width and 127 feet in
height. The effective hor-seo power will be 1500,
so as to give the vessel a high rate of speed, and the
fuel required will be only one half that of an ordi-
nary compound marine engine. This result is ob-
tained by superheating the water in the boiler by
the introduction of a substance which need not be
named, and which substance is variable according
to circumstances. The space occupied by the
boilers, engines and. coal bunkers will only be one
half that of an ordinary steamer of the same power.
By this arrangement the steam pipes, &0., will by
only about one-fourth the size of those of an ordinar-
steamer. Mechanical ventilation is to be substitute
ted for the present funnel system, because it is pos-
sible to thoroughly exhaust the heat and burn all
gases. Instead, therefore, of a thick black smoke
issuing from the funnel, with burnt air at a tempe-
rature of 500 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, it will be
drawn off by the aid of the appliances connected
with the new system at a temperature of 150 to 175
degrees, and this of itself is no mean result; besides
. owing to the change in the boilers, the i,'eS.-. sys-
tem of firing will be entirely superseded, and an im-
provement introduced by which the overpowering
fatigue endured by stokers in hot latitudes will be
wholly done away with. The engines, boilers, masts,
&c., are the invention of Charles Tellier, Esqr., of
Paris, engineer. The model and lines were designed
of Mr. Hercules Linton, marine architect, of this
city, and are a modification of the lines of the cele-
lebrated China clipper Cutty Sarkbuilt by the same
gentlemen. The vessel is to be'constructed for
great speed, having very fine lines and a good rise of
floor. Her extreme dimensions are :-Length, 285'
feet; beam 35 feet, depth, 24 feet. As she is intend-
ed for long voyages, the screw is to be constructed
on a new plan, so that it may be raised out of the
water when the vessel is under sail. To show fully
the working of the new arrangement of masts and
-sails, a full model of large size (nearly thi'een feet
long) has been made, with all the appfliaes for lift-
ing and lowering the masts, and showing the pew
disposition of the rigging, &c. The deckhouses are
constructed so as to offer as little resistance as pos-
sible to the wind. The cabins are to be fitted up
handsomely, and will be slightly different from ordin-
ary steamers, being mostly of an octagonal form,
with the angles relieved by mirrors, &c. The ves.
sel is to be immediately proceeded with, after it has
been determined whether she is to be built of steel
or iron. On completion of the hull, the engines and
boilers will be brought from Havre, where they are
being made, after which she will proceed on her
trial trip a long distance seaward, with a select party
of scientific and nautical men on board, to test the
economy of the new system.
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been an obscure p.oiut hitherto whether human
rabies is transmissibl> by inoculation to lower ani-
mals and to men. With much voatradtietou, there
bhas een little scientifle (,i facts We
lately recorded M. Galtier'a interesting hbservationj,
on Iran-miimin of rhi'.< tr nm tIhe n lo to the rabbit.
and the sbeorrnees at tbn period iit incub.tti..u in the
rabbit'r(rendering it a ni-eful re-a-e2t I was remarked
on. M. Raynaud bhia re,'eutly take an .opportunity of
ascertaining the eflect of i.::culti.n .:,1 the rabbit
from man in the hy.r.:.phob. st',:-. A man in that
state wa, hr.,'ii&ht to tbhe L *-ihoii,;re H -pir.r.0, bar-
ing been bitrte in the,' I, t .. .atI ctrt y
previously. He ha.l h .i th-, t hie] ..vo
hours atter the ac..i,..t, i.l .1 t h it Ii] ef
quite safe till some of the usual hydrophobi s- ep'-
toms appeared. The day before his death, Tiih t'quier
interval, he yielded himself, virh the best grace, to
the experiments in inoculation which were made
with his blood apd his saliva. The result of ino-
culating the rabbit with the blood was negative (as
in the great majority of previous cases of inocula-
tion with blood of animals under rabies). Bit with
the saliva it was otherwise. A rabbit inoculated in
the ear and abdomen on October 11ll began to
show symptoms of rabies on the 15th, bein1 much
excited and damaging the walls ot its -1g:e 'vtile it
uttered loud cries and slavered at the mouth. Then
it fell into collapse and died the f..l., iig nirht The
rabbit's body (it so happened) was not dissected till
thirty-six hours after death, and further experiment
was made by taking fragments of the right and left
sub-maxilliary glands and iii,,,,:.',.: them
the skin of two other rabbits respectively. The e
two rapidly sceumbed, one on the fifth, the other on
the sixth day (becoming visibly ill on the third).
neither passed through a furious stage, b.h-Ierei,
and the predominant feature was *-r:,1'e.-.ea (a t'w
of paralysis). The important practical result is that
'human saliva, such as caused rabies in 'h rabbit, i
necessarily virulent and would probably hare e..r-
responding effects on man; so that-it should be iJelt
with cautiously, and that not. only during the life of
the person furnishing it, but in post mortem exam-
inations.-Times. .

General Grant replying to a direct -..iquiry a,
Philadelphia on 18th instant said he had not ac-
cepted the presidency of the N"~:.-,ia Canal
Scheme. -
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4. ionic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and
Hath, a reviving scent and 'a pw.,eriul disinfectant.
For warm climates it is invaluable.
H IM i'EL'- JOCKEY CLUb id other fra-
gr-ant Perfumes.
gives the hair a beautiful gloss-and iil.niri: an
agreeable coolness to the head.
Toilet Soaps in bars or cakes.
ROSE-LEAF and other TOILET ;0\\ DERS, in.
boxes, barrels and packets.
and preserves the teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
RINI MEL'S AROMATIC v>Z.)f,! Z f orNa-
tural Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the healthy and r-' ,-.,i emanations of' the Pime
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. RI FM.HEL, Perfnm .:r by Ir,,'immj I ,t- t I R.
It. Princcsa or W ales, 9, Sir..,. L.. .- :j.,d 17a
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
Mlay 27, 11879.

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the Ha ndkerch ief.
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obser, ing that each aIltich is labulled whi theF-iir'i
Trade .lark, "a Vbite Ro'0e on a Gol4da.oy Lre.
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