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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
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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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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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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Fine and pleasant
Fineand pleasant. Ba-
rometer very high
Fine and pleasant
Fine-hazy
Heavy rain, change-
able
Threatening for rair
Thick rain, withafall-
ing Barometer


MONDAY MONINoT.-The Rarometer has been as low
aq 2n' 360 within the past twelve hours ; it in now. how-
ever. rising, with wind at N.W.. which shows that the
storm has passed to the westward.
JOSEPHUS PERINCHTEF.


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Hamilton, February


24, 1880.


CUSTOM HOURE-HAMILTON,
ENTERED.
Feby. 21-Brigt. Excelsior. Mayor, New York; as-
sorted cargo to W. E. Talbot.
CLEARED.
Feby. 16-Schr. Meteor. Dunscomhe. Martinique : 218
porter hhds 2 rum hhds., 19 small empty casks.
19-Mail Steamer Bermuda, Wilson. New York ; 313
boxes beets, 436 hnxes tomatoes, 1 box cauliflower.
1 box liquor, 5121 bhs. potatoes. 8 kegs arrowroot,
8 bla. tallow, 7 empty carboys, 2 boxes machinery.
2 boxes old cedar furniture.
Schr. Mary S. Lunt, Lee. Martinique; 284 porter
casks, 375 bls. potatoes, 30 rum hhds.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
Feb. 17-Brigt. Tempest, Stewart. Hull; in distress ;
500 tons pig iron.--Agents. W. C. Hyland & Co.
20-Barque Eliza Barss. Hollis, New York; cattle
and fodder to Trott & Cox.
OLEABE D.
Feb. 17--Barque Bella Mudge. McKenzie, Queenstown,
for orders; inward cargo of Indian cora.
g The Eliza Barss leaves to-morrow, Wednes-
day, for New York.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS, PORT OF ST. GEORGE.
German Barque Cap Horn. Moeller, repairing.
French Harque Claudine and Joseph, Perroquin, re-
loading.
Brigt. Tempest, Stewart. repairing.
PASSENGERS RAILED.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda. on Thursday last. for
New York-Mrs. Traill. 3 children and nurse, Assist.
Paymaster W. H Harrison. Messrs. A E. Outer-
bridge. J. H. Rain. D. MlcPherson, B. W. Watling-
tin. Fred C. Flenley, U.N.. and Dr. W. Nelson. 2nd
Cabin--Wm. Patterson, Charles Lightfoot. Steerage
-J. H. Frederick.
In the Mary S. Lunt. for Demerara, Messrs. J. T.
Gilbert and Musson Wainwright.
In the Meteor for Martinique, Mr. John Lightbourn.
The Briet. Tempest. Capt. Stewart. 43 days from Hull
for New York, with 500 tons pig iron. -irrived at St.
Georges on the 17th instant. On the 4th, in lat. 41 0
lng.m 580, the vessel was hove down in a h,-avy gale
from the S. W., and the fore-topmnsat was cut away to
right the ship ; the same in going carried away the
foremast head. main-topmast. &c. Will repair and
proceed.- Agents. W. C. Hyland & Co.
Norwegian Barqu" Rishard. was off St. Georges yes-
terday. .She is laden with coal for H. M Government.
The Eliza Barss brought a full load of oxen in
excellent condition.

EXPORT OF BAT GU \NO.
During the past month, two cargoes of'" Bat Ga.
ano," amounting? to 610 tons, have been bhil ped
from the ('ves at the "Village," Caicos,by Messrs.
Frith & Murphy. These two caroes,. with five
others sbipped earlier in ihe year, make an aggre-
gate of 1465 tons for 1879. This, we believe, is ibe
best output for one year, since the Caves were open.
ed; a much larger quantity might easily have been
shipped, hbut the demand is ver limited, except
during winter months, when vessels are scarce and
the weather for shipment offer unpropitious. How-
ever, under all the adverse criticia',s and circum.
stances surrounding the venture, there is every
probability that it will be successfully carried
through and in the end prove profitable to ibe pro-
prietors, beneficial to the general revenue, and con-
tribute largely to the prosperity and happiness of
those who live in theb immediate neighborhood of
the C'aves.-Turke' Island Royal Stand,,ra, Janu.
ary 3.

The last paragraphs of the concluding volume of
Royal Windsor," which Mr. Hepworth Dixon had
judt completed before his death, are as follows.:-
"The Central figure in this family group is v-iled.
The veil is not without a silver lining, but the v. il is
here; a habir of the mind as well as of the physical
Irame. No great emotion should be seen too near.
To read the story of such a loss we need some help
from time and space. When Queen Victoria has be-
come to the descendants of her people what Queen
Elizabeth is to us.; when all the trifles of our
time are gone, and only the realities left, the story
of her lve,. her happiness. her losw, will be a favorite
theme of poets, artists, and story.tellers. Faith that
knows no limit, constancy that lines like life, are
not of every age. What will the writers of a coming!
day,. who take this theme for tale and i lvll have to
tell ? They will draw the picture of a young and
fatherless girl, called, when in her teens, to occupy
the greatest throne on earth ; who had to take her
place at the head of a great society with little nr n(
support from her immediate kin. They will pain
her grandeur and her loneliness in a statrior
which allows no sharer and admits no friend
They will show the S.xon prince who came to her anr
male himself a part of her: then, in line on line, tht
*torv of their lives will be unrolled ; ypars ol dioresti
bliss, hroken at length hy a sudden snap in the ver
noon-ti'le of their married joy. Then may come th(
pathetic sequ l ot a sorrow which knows no ch'.ng.,
which draws away Iromi the haunts of men, which lawvi
down much of the pomp ot Royal state, and gives uj
all the vanities of the world -not in old age, whet
blood is said to he cold, hut in the flush of lite. whet
all the tides of emotion are running high-to nurse(
in solitude a deep and render sentiment of pisona
faith. Millions will dwell with fondness on this story
of a human heart, in which the woman rises to
higher throne than that of Queen."

Henry M. Stanley's exploring expedition hap c.
tablished the frn.t Belgian trading station at Congo
near Yallala, which place is claimed by both Eng.-
land and Portugal.


A special cable despatch from London to the To.
ronto Globe says: "Mr. Abbott on behalf of his
allents, bas proposed to the directors of the Grand
Trunk Railway to purchase 2,600,000 of ordinary
stock, reserved since 1878. at the price of 20 pel
cent' payment to be made in June. Te diree.
itot decilne the offer."


TilE BISHOP OF THE CHURCH OF ENG-
LAND IN BERMUDA.
On Friday last His Lordship continued his ex-
plication of cxxx Psalm, taking the 2nd and 3rd
verses, at the Parish Church, Pembroke, when, on
account of the weather, many doubtless were pre-
vented from being present. The subject will 'be
continued on next Friday morning at the 11 o'clock
service. Attention was drawn to the great im-
portance of the Invocation in a prayer. To be su-
premely impressed with the greatness of the Deity
was a powerful lever to bring the subject matter of
prayer within the lines of solemn reality. In
accord with human ways, there could be no quar-
ter for any sinner, but GOD stills the voice of an-
gels that he may list to the voice of children, even
of us, who are babes in Christ. Our faults were
not spied out that we might be condemned. Nay,
rather, GOD in the infinity of his mercy draws us to
Himself.
On Sunday morning Bishop Jones preached in
Hamilton Parish Church, in the afternoon in Smith's
and in the evening in Trinity Church, Pembroke.
On the latter occasion taking his text from Daniel
x, 18th and 19th verses.
18.-Then there came again and touched me,
one like the appearance of a man, and he strength-
ened me.
19.-And said, 0 man greatly beloved fear
not peace be unto you, be strong, yea be strong.
And when he had spoken unto me, I was strength-
ened and said, Let my lord speak; for thou hast
strengthened me."
Referring to the approaching Confirmations, His
Lordship spoke of their importance. He advised
the regular attendance on class instruction by all,
but would not counsel any to come forward to
confirm their vows unless they heartily desired it as
a result of their instruction under prayerful guid-
ance. The grander view of Confirmation was the
being confirmed, the being strengthened. He de-
sired that the occasion might prove not only a
strengthening of the catechumens, but of the whole
Church impelled to greater activity in the faith.
Weakness (unless from exceptional physical causes)
was a sin, and could be traced as the foundation of
all the misery that has existed. Peace was a pro-
ducer of strength. There was nothing so strength-
ened a man as the feeling that he had peace with
GOD through Christ. As it was with Daniel, it
proves a magical source of strength, and is a sure
shield for a victorious struggle in the battle of
every-day life.

THE BAND OF THE 99TH REGIMENT.
We have been requested to say that the Band of
H.M. 99th (Duke of Edinburgh's) Regiment, will
play at the Prospect Garrison Lawn-tennis Ground,
Happy Valley, at 4 p.m., this afternoon; and that
the usual fortnightly meetings will take place at the
same time and place, beginning on Tuesday, 2nd
March, when the Band will always play.

THE WEATHEn.-Sunday, 22nd, the Barometer
stood lower with us than at any period this winter,
and we may hope with more confidence for the
healthy Northwest winds instead of the East winds
which have so generally prevailed this winter. The
rainfall for the last week has been considerable,
which will probably bring February nearer the
average reading for the month. The climate to-
day (23rd) is unexceptionable-temperature at noon
in shade about 60, with clear sky, bright sun, and
dry roads, but without dust.

RETURN oF Tum TROOPSHIP HIMALAYA.'

H. M. Troopship Himalaya. which left here on
the evening of the 16th instant with H. M. 46th
Regiment on board for Gibraltar, returned to Ire-
land Island, on the evening of the 18th, after being
about 200 miles on her passage ; with something
wrong with her propeller, which reduced her speed
to about 3 knots per hour. It seems that on the
Himalaya" coming out of the Cambre on 16th a
stHel-wire hawser fouled her propeller, but which
circumtance was not known to those on board
the ship.-On her return to the Cambre on the 18th
immediate attention was given the B. by orders of the
Captain Superintendent, and she was again under-
weigh on Friday. We erred in stating that Com-
mander Boardman had been, in consequence of the
prolonged illness of Captain Brent, placed in Com-
mand of the Himalaya." Though such an ar-
rangment was comtemplated, it was not carried out,
as Captain Brent continued in his ship.

We have much pleasure in quoting from "The
Bermuda Colonisat's" full report of the proceedings
attending the election of a new Mayor for the
Town of St. George's, the following opinion of
Samuel Chapman, Esqr., (unanimously selected for
the office) regarding his predecessor.
"We would take this opportunity of saying that
Mr. Thies, who had left the Islands, had left in full
honour, and in the full knowledge of having done
nothing to forfeit the respect of the people.
He left the Mayorship of this Town in per-
fect honor and with the good respect of the whole
Scommmunity." (Loud applause.)

The arrival of the Cunard Royal Mail Steamer
I at Bermuda from Jamaica, will be on the day fol-
Slowing the date named in the Almanack under the
old Time Table, for her arrival from St. Thomas.
The Mails from Colon, Jamaica, &c., for Europe
and the windward Islands, instead of going to St.
I Thomas, as heretofore, will now go to Barbados,
and thence to their respective destinations. The


outward mail Steamers from Southampton, will
not atop at St Thomas, but will go direct to Jac-
i mel from Barbados.

ACCIDmNT TO TaH YACHT Inrs."-The fine boat
a "Iris," belonging to Messrs. Gosling Brothers, was
t on her way from St. Georges during the heavy
weather on Thursday afternoon, and while among
the shoal water in the neighbourhood of the Hog-
fish Beacon, carried away jib-sheets in a heavy
I squall, and attempting to wear, was driven on and
over one of the shoals; and, though leaking badly,
r was, by the energy of her Pilot, Telfer Simmons,
brought to the wharf in Hamilton before sinking,
t he only having the assistance of one man in the
boat with him to bale out the water. We hear that
on examination the carpenter only reports loss of
I shoeing and oakum from garboard streak-latter
e caused the leak.
c
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DEAn MR. EDrron,-Bermuda is a wonderful
place and the natives are wonderful people (at least
s some of them). They are always trying to improve,
P more especially in the town of Hamilton. Among
the latest :mprovemen/s that I have noticed since my
return to these Islands is the erection of a stately
e wooden edifice on the wharf facing Burnaby Street.
l This beautiful piece of modern architecture adds
much to the picturesque beauty of the wharf,
a standing out in bold relief, against the rows of
empty barrels and piles of stones with which the
wharf is already ornamented; and the purpose for
. which it has been designed will no doubt be con.
ducive to the general health of the town, as well as
pleasant to the dwelling houses in the vicinity, and
also improve the flavour of the fish sold at the
wharf. I have heard that there are several of these
buildings in the course of erection at different parts
of the town and a visit to the one now finished
might be amusing as well as beneficial to the visitor.
rYours respectfully,
a AN ADMIRING BUILDER.
Hamilton, Feby. 18th. 1880,


THE SYNOD AND THE CHURCH SOCIETY.

Mr. S. Brownlow Gray's letter, inserted In our
issue of the 10th, we regard as a valuable, though
not a necessary ahnotation to our article "The
Church in Rer.nuda a new Chapter." It is only a
forced construction that would lead to the infer-
ence that the Synod and Church Society originated
with Bishop Kelly and Gen. Lefroy. "The Synod,"
Mr. Gray remarks, was like the Church Society,
entirely of native origin." We have gone over the
files of the Gazette for the last twelve years and
have collated all that has appeared on Church
matters, and for useful reference we append an In-
dex. The information will leave the future histori-
an in nba manner of doubt. If our text had been
the Church Society or the Synod, we should have
gone minutely into details, but we had only occa-
sion to casually refer to them, and for all general
purposes have done so with sufficient accuracy.
The Church in Bermuda is under great obligations
to Mr. Gray, who has, during a series of years,
given much of his valuable time to her service. His
professional attainments, his thoroughness and his
well known industry have all been freely bestowed
for the benefit of his fellow Churchmen.
At a public meeting held in the Court House,
Hamilton, March 2nd, 1871, reported in the Gazette
March 7th, Sir Thos. Gore Browne in the Chair,
Bishop Kelly moved the 1st Resolution, as fol-
lows:-
That in the opinion of this meeting it is expe-
dient to form a Synod, consisting of Bishop, Clergy
and Lay Representatives for the Government of
the Church of England in Bermuda."
"This resolution was seconded by the Attorney
General, (S. Brownlow Gray) who in a very able
and earnest speech expressed his deep conviction of
the necessity of some such body as that contemplat-
ed in the Resolution. For many years this convic-
tion had been growing upon him and he had made
SOME TIME AGO AN EFFORT IN THE LEGIosATUTRE TO
ESTABLISH A SIMILA R BODY which failed, mainly be-
cause no general interest had been shown by the
Church in the question."
At a public meeting held in the Court House,
Hamilton, Sept 28th, 1876, the Hon. J. H. Darrell,
C.M.G., in the Chair, the members of the first Com-
mittee of the Church Society were selected. We
quote from the Report in the Gazette, Oct. 3rd, 1879:
"Immediately after the close of the public meet-
ing the newly elected members of the C('ommittee, to-
gether with the Clergy present, were requested to
remain for a short time for the transaction of some
necessary business. It was then proposed by the
Rev. J. L. Lough, seconded by S. Saltus, Esqr.,
and unanimously resolved
That with a view to organizing the Committee
at once, in the absence of the Bishop, S. B. Gray,
Esqr., the Attorney General be elected Vice Presi-
dent, and be requested to take the chair forthwith."
Mr. Gray, to whom the Society is so deeply in-
debted for its FIST cONcEPTION and its present ad-
vanced stage of successful operation, having taken
the Chair as Ist Vice President." .
The senior Rector, the Rev. J. L. Lough has been
most energetic, acting as Secretary, &e. The Hon.
J. H. Darrell, C.M.O., the Hon. W. H. Gosling,
the Hon. Eugenius Harvey, the Hon. Jas. H.
Trimingham, and W. S. Barr, Esqr., may be
singled out as active elements.

THE SYNOD INDEX.
Dates in the Margin refer to the Royal Gazette.
1871.
February 28th-Advertisement at the request of
the Bishop Co-adjutor, calling Public Meeting of
Clergy and Laity at the Court House, Hamilton,
March 2nd, at noon.
March 7th-Report of Meeting, held as advertised,
Sir Thomas Gore Browne in the Chair. Ad-
dressed by BisbhoRKelty, Attorney General Gray,
the Hon. T. A. Darrell, the Rev. C. P. K.
Coombe, Mr. Barr, the Chief Justice, the Rev. J.
L. Lough, the Hon. James H. Trimingham.
March 21st-Advertisement signed J. L. Lough
calling an adjourned meeting, March 23rd.
March 28th- Report of Meeting, held as advertised,
the Administrator of the Government (Colonel
Fisher) in the Chair. Objections gi.ed against
the proposed Constitution by Messrs. H. 0. Hunt,
W. E. Zuill and G. S. Tucker. Ordered that
300 copies of the Constitution be printed, that
the Rev. W. E. Wilson take the Bishop's place
on the Committee and that a meeting be held on
22nd June.
June 20th-Advertisement signed by J. L. Lough,
Secretary to the .ynod Committee, calling the ad-
journed Public Meeting, June 22nd.
June 27th-Report of the adjourned meeting held
as advertised, Governor Lefroy in the Chair.
The Hon. G. S. Tucker ineffectually renewed his
objection to mixed voting. Several verbal
amendments received on the suggestion of the
Hon. J. H. Darrell, C.M.G. Decided to print
the amended constitution.
1874.
March 24th-Advertisement, signed by C. P. K.
Coombe, Ecclesiastical Commissary, calling meet-
ing on the 6th April at the Court House, Ham-
ilton.
April 7th-Report of Meeting as advertised. Gov-
ernor Lefroy in the Chair, Bishop Feild present.
Amendment as to voting by orders, on demand
of any two present, successfully urged by S. C.
Outerbridge, Esqr. The Hon. J. H. Darrell, the
Chief Justice and the Attorney General appoint-
ed a Committee to draw up a Petition and Bill
to be laid before the Legislature at its next Ses-
sion.
1876.


April 26tb-Advertisement signed by C. P. K.
Coombe, Ecclesiastical Commissary, calling Pub-
lic Meeting at the Court House, Hamilton, on
the 27tb.
May 2-Report of Meeting as advertised (an infor-
mal one held April 20) Governor Lefroy in the
Chair, Bishop Kelly being present. On motion
of the Attorney General and T. D. Middleton.
Esqr., the Bishop Co-adjutor, on his accession to
the See of Newfoundland, was requested to con-
tinue his Episcopal supervision until a final set-
tlement of Church matters could be arrived at.
The Constitution of the Synod was discussed-
in detail (there are two reports, one on the 2nd
page, and another in the Supplement.) Pro-
posed by the Co-adjutor Bishop, seconded by
the Hon. W. H. Gosling, and unanimously re-
solved That the Constitution for a Synod of the
Church of England in Bermuda, as proposed and
amended on April 6th, 1874, and further amend-
ed this day April 27th, 1876, be adopted, printed
and laid before the Legislature at its next ses-
sion."
1877.
May 23-Governor Lefroy's Speech on opening a
new (the existing) Colonial Parliament, No. 13,
nearly connected with this question (i. e. sec.
12 the renewal of the "Clergy Act of 1869") is
the legal recognition of rules necessary for the
internal regulation of the several religious bodies
These, as regards the Church of England, have
been considered and agreed to by a represen-
tative Assembly and will be laid before you for
that purpose."
Juns 27-House of Assembly, June 21st, Synod Bill
read a 1st time.
July 4th-House of Assembly. "The Bill to es.
tablish and confirm a Constitution for the Synod
of the Church of England was lost in Committeo
yesterday."
July llth-House of Assembly June 30. On mo -
tion of Attorney General, Synod Bill read a 2nd
time, and its further consideration ordered for
next sitting. July 3, the House resolved itself


into Committee, Clarenice Peniston in the Chair.
'The Attorney General moved the 1st Clause,
which was negatived. Ayes 14. Nays 15.
Deer. 18-Report of Meeting of Clergy and Laity
on the 13th. at Trinity Church School Room, Ham-
ilton, the Hon. Jas. H. Trimingham in the Chair,
Reginald Gray, Esqr., Secretary. A Committee
appointed to prepare a bill to be laid before a
Public Meeting, viz., the Attorney General, the
Solicitor General, the Rev. Mark James, the Rev.
J. L. Lough, the Hon. J. H. Trimingham,
Messrs. T. N. Dill, and Reginald Gray.
1878.
Jan. 29-Paragraph-that the Committee have sus-
pended their labours, understanding that the Se-
cretary of State for the Colonies has been com-
municated with.
Aug. 13th-Report of Meeting of Clergy andLaity
held at the Court House, Hamilton, on 8th, the
Hon. Eugenilst Harvey in the Chair-a consti-
tution presented and adopted with certain amend-
ments-A Committee appointed, Revd. J. L.
Lough, Revd. G. Tucker, Revd. M. James,
Messrs. R. D. Darrell, and Reginald Gray, to
prepare a Petition to be laid before a Public
Meeting on the 22nd.
Aug. 27th-House of Assembly, Aug. 23, Mr. C.
Peniston presented a Petition from Clergymen
and Laymen of the Church of England in Ber-
muda, praying that an Act may be passed to
confirm a Synod of that Church."
Sept. 10th-House of Assembly Sept. 9th, Synod
Bill read a 2nd time and committed, Mr. Cooper
in the Chair. Mr. C. Peniston moved the ast
Clause which was affirmed. Ayes 17. Nays 13.
Certain amendments made.
Se t. 17th-House of Assembly Sept. 13th, Synod
Bill read a 3rd time and passed.
Sept. 24th-Legislative Council.
Sept. 13th-A Bill to incorporate the Synod of
the Church of England in Bermuda was read a
first time.
Sept. 17th-Synod Bill read a 2nd time and
committed. The Hon. J. H. Harvey in the
Chair; reported without amendment.
Sept. 20th-Read a third time and passed,
1879.
Mar. 25th-Advertisement by R. E. Webster, Co-
lonial Secretary, notifying an Order of the
Queen in Council, dated 4th Feby., 1879, con-
firming Act 1No. 29 of 1878, entitled An Act to
incorporate the Synod of the Church of England
in Bermuda and for other purposes in connec-
tion therewith."
May' 13th-Lay Delegates elected to the Synod-
Letter from Revd. J. L. Lough on proposed ser-
vices at first meeting on Ascension Day.
May 20th-The approaching meeting of Synod.
May 27th-First Meeting of Synod on the 22nd,
sermon by Revd. G. Tucker, address by Revd. J.
L. Lough-W. S. Barr elected Treasurer-Wnm.
Cox, Esqr., declining-and Reginald Gray, Se-
cretary.
June 3rd-Governor Laffan's reference to the Sy-
nod in his Speech at the opening of the Legisla-
ture.
June 24th-Advertisement J. L. Lough, senior
Rector, calling special Meeting of the Synorl in
Trinity School Room, Hamilton, June 26th, To
provide for the Episcopal Supervision of the
Church in these Islands."
July 1st-Minute of Special Synod Meeting, where-
at the Rt. Revd. Llewellyn Jones, D.D., Lord
Bishop of Newfoundland, was unanimously invit-
ed to accept the office of Bishop of the Church of
England in Bermuda.
1880.
Jany 27th-Arrival of Bishop Jones, in R. M. S.
"Beta" from Halifax on the 22nd.
Feby. 3rd-The Synod's Address to Bishop Jones
and His Lordship's Reply.
Feby. 27th-Governor Laffan's complimentary re-
marks on Bishop Jones's visit to Bermuda in his
Speech on the 13th, proroguing a Special Session
of the Legislature.

THE CHURCH SOCIETY INDEX.
1876.
Aug. 8th-Letter of Rev. J. L. Lough to the Edi-
tor referring to the short prospectus which was
published a fortnight ago"-extensively circulat-
ed through the several parishes-" for framing a
Church Society in Bermuda with a view to rais-
ing an Endowment Fund."
Advertisement calling meeting at Court House,
Hamilton, on the 10th, framing rules and peti-
tioning the Legislature for an Act of Incorpora-
tion.
August 15th-Rev. J. L. Lough's Minute of Pro-
ceedings-Governor Lefroy in the Chair.
August 22nd-Report adjourned meeting August
17th-Governor Lefroy in the Chair-for the
consideration of rules "Bermuda Church Soci-
ety."
Aug. 29th-Legislative Council, August 2.5-"Mr.
Trimingham presented a petition for the incor-
poration of the Bermuda Church Society."
House of Assembly, August 25th-Attorney
General presented petition, &c., and introduced
a Bill-read a first time.
Sept. 5th-House of Assembly, August 30-" The
Bill to incorporate the Bermuda Church Society
was read a 2nd time and committed. Mr. E.
Peniston in the Chair. The Attorney General
moved the adoption of the Bill. Mr. S. C. Out-
erbridge moved to substitute a clause-rejected,
aye 7, nays 20. The Chairman reported the
Bil, which was adopted. Sept. 1st-read a 3rd
time and passed.
Sept. 12th-Legislative Council, Sept. 5-Bill read
a first time. Sept. 8-read a 2nd time, Mr. Fow-
ler in the Chair, reported without amendment.
Editorial.


Sept. 19th-Act passed Sept. 13th. Advertisement
J. L. Lough, Hony. Secy., calling meeting at
Court House, Hamilton, Sept. 28th. Letter to
the Editor.
Oct. 3rd-Minute of meeting held on the 28th.
Committee selected and meeting of Committee.
Oct. 24th-Minute of meeting on 18th. Gen. Le-
froy acceded to request to become Patron.
1877.
May 8th-First Annual Meeting May 3,
1878.
May 14th-Second Do. Do. May 10.
1879.
April 29th-Third Do. Do. April 25.

Those serving at Bermuda, or rather their friends
at home, will be glad to hear that on the repre-
sentation of the Admiralty, the Postmaster General
has been pleased to approve of the previous ar-
rangement respecting seamen's letter sent via New
York, being reverted to, and the former rates will
be allowed instead of an increased postage, which
was proposed, even if not put in force.- Western
Morning VNeto

SCRANTON, Pa., Feb. 10.--PARNBLL ON THE Was
PATH.-Mr. Parnell in a speech at Syracuse to-
night said that if the New York Herald appointed
a committee to distribute its fund in which the
iash people could place confidence, it would have
his best wishes for its success, but if the Herald
allied itself with Irish landlords in their attempt
to get possession of the American relief fund, and
use it as a means to defeat the Irish people in the
present effort to secure their rights, he would spare
no effort to enlighten the American public as to
the true nature of this transaction.

The North German Gazette, in an article on Brit-
ish politics, expresses the opinion that in the next
general election in Great Britain the liberals will
pay dearly for leaguing with the Irish.


Two Days Later ftrini Enrope anid
America.
The Barque Eliza Barss, Captain Hollis, from
New York, arrived at St. Georges on Friday morr-
ing last. We are indebted to Captain Hollis for
New York papers of the 14th instant.
Shares, Delaware and Hudson Canal, 72j.

British Foreign Commerce.-In the House of
Commons yesterday, (Feb. 13,) Mr. Wheelhouse
(conservative, Leeds,) moved the appointment of a
select committee to consider the colrmercal relaz
nations between England antl foreign nation., es-
pecially with reference to the importation of manu-
factured goods from abroad and the effect of free
trade. He said America bad beaten England in
cotton cloths, and that great manufacturing mills,
which were once working here, were now only
to be found in America. After a short debate the
motion was rejected,
Relief for Ireland.-In the House of Commons
last night, (Feb. 13.) the first thirteen clauses of the
Seed Potatoes (Ireland) bill were passed. Mr.
Nolan's motion that the provisions be extended to
other seed besides potato was agreed to. At Thurr-
day's meeting of the Committee of the Dublin Man-
sion House Fund for Irish relief it was announced
that the receipts since the last meeting bad been
203; the total of the subscriptions was 57,684,
and the total of the grants, to date, 27,000. The
sum of 200 bad been received from Mr. Richard
O'Gorman, of New York : 100 from the county
of Kent, Ontario,. and 200 from the town of Perth,
Ontario. Several letters were read from the dif-
ferent parts of the country containing particulars
of the increasing distress. The Times of yesterday
morning, in an article on Thursday night's debate
in the House of Commons, concludes as follows:-
"The objection of the Irish members that a charge
upon the Church fund would really be in aid of
the Poor Rates and would thus violate the express
provision of the act of 1869, is inconsistent with
the claim made upon the imperial exchequer. The
measures of the government are intended only to
take effect when the Poor law system proves wholly
inadequate, whether it is at the cost of the Church
fund or of the Slate." The unemployed laborers of
Dublin held another demonstration to-day. In
their spe eches they declared that they were on the
brink of starvation.
Herat in the Balance.-ln the House of Lords
Feb. 13 Earl Granville asked whether Lord Bea-
consfield, by his recent statement, meant that no
decision had been arrived at regarding Herat.
Lord Beaconsfield replied that it would only lead
to misconception if he went beyond the absolute
statement that Her Majesty's government had not
released Persia from her engagement not to occupy
Herat.
The Times' Vienna correspondent says the an-
nouncement that the Czar, on account of the ill.
health of the Empress, bas declined all tenders
of the attendance of special representatives from
other Courts on the occasion of the twenty-fifth an-
niversary of his accession to the throne, is officially
confirmed.
Prince Louis at Westminister.-The Daily Nmews
says:-" We understand that Dean Stanley has in.
formed the memorialists who protested against the
erection of a monument to the late Prince Louis
Napoleon in Westminister Abbey that the project
has been irrevocably determined upon, though it is
not likely to be carried out immediately."
COMMENT OF THEe FRENCH JOURNALS ON THE Am-
NESTY DEBATE.-PARJs, Feb. 13.-The newspapers
of to-day, almost without exception, discuss the
debate in theChamber of Deputies concerning Louis
Blane's motion for plenary amnesty, which was de-
feated by almost a two-thirds vote. La Republique
Francaise states that, although not satisfied with
the declarations of M. de Frevcinet. President of
the Council. to the effect that he would only be
favorably inclined to favor complete amnesty when
it had ceased to be an arm of political strife, still
the editor holds that ground has been gained for
the cause. De Freyeinet has, it is further alleged,
recognized that amnesty is an act essentially poli-
tic; that communism was an insurrection, like all
other uprisings of its kind ; that it is the impera-
tive duty of the government to grant amnesty when
it considers such a concession conformable to the
best interests and the requirements of the country.
M. de Freycinet is warned that the government
will be placed in great peril if the question be not
definitely settled before the next general election
of 1881. With'the exception of the foregoing La
Republique Franeaise gives unstinted approval to M.
de Freycinet's speech-alluding to some of its pas.
sages as truly admirable.
English Critics of the Amnesty.-The Paris corres.
pondent of the Times, commenting on the speech of
Premier de Freycinet in the Chamber of Deputies
on the subject of amnesty yesterday, says :-" No-
thing could be more propitious than this reassur.
ing speech representing France governed and pro-
tected and depriving her enemies of the right to
say that she is handed over to rioters and anarch-
ists. It may not, indeed, make proselytes among
the decided adversaries of the Republic, but it will
enable those who desire a steady and respectable
republic to rally round it."
War as a Necessary Evil.-The Times, in a lead-
ing editorial article this morning on the opening of
the German Reichstag, says:-" As long as nations
are unable to devise any improvement in the main.
tenance of their mutual relations it is idle to com-
plain of the continuous increase of armaments, and
unjust to regard the measures adopted with this
object as necessarily inconsistent with peaceful
intentions."


The German Budget.-In the lower house of the
Prussian Diet, yesterday the remainder of the Budg.
et bills passed their second reading. Prussia's
matriculatory contribution to the Empire is set
down at 43.641,753 marks. The revenue and ex-
penditures for the flancial year of 1880-'81 are each
estimated at 798,985,580 marks the ordinary ex.
penditures at 756,223,930 marks, and the extraor.
dinary outlay at 38,761,650 marks.
Prussia has presented, in the Bundesrath, a bill
prohibiting foreign vessels from engaging in the
coasting trade of Germany, except where the right
is acquired by treaty or by special permission.
Where Greek meets Turk.-France has asked Eng.
land to bring forward the new proposal for the
settlement of the Greek frontier question by a spe.
cial commission. It is believed in diplomatic circles
here that, after the commission has concluded its
labors on the spot, the results will be submitted to
a conference of the Ambassadors at Constantinople,
who will then mediate between Turkey and Greece
for the purpose of securing their acceptance of the
proposed delimitation.
Moors in their Decadence.-In the Spanish Cham-
ber of Deputies yesterday Premier Canovas del
Castillo, replying to an interpellation, stated that
the government would not receive the petition
brought by the Kabyle chiefs from several thousand
Moors asking to be placed under allegiance to Spain,
He added that it had been arranged that repre-
sentatives of the Powers should hold a conference
on the affairs of Morocco, which would probably
take place in Madrid, and would be highly beneficial
to Spain.

CUBA AND PonTo Rico TO BE PROVINCEs.-MA.
nDID, Feby. 6.-In the Chamber of Deputies to-day
Senor Elduayen, Minister of Colonies, said the Gov.
ernment had decided that Cuba and Porto Rico
should be placed in a position equivalent to that of
the Spanish Provinces. 0







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


IRISH FAMINE FUND.
. The Editorsnfthe New York Herald, not admir-
ink Mr. Parfiell's evident political mode of proceed-
ing in procuring relief fbr the suffering poor in Ire-
lend, have opened a subscription list of their own,
on more liberal and charitable grounds. and up to
the 13th inst., had collected $191,566 45 cents.
The Nevada Bank of San Francisco, contributed
$25.000.
There are several other relief movements in the
United States having the same objections to Par-
nell, that the Herald has.
The jHerald gives the names of the following
Gentlemen as a Committee for enfiveving their re-
lief fund to the Irish Poor:--Col. King-Harman,
Mr. Shaw, M.P., the successor of Isaac Butt, the
Home Rule leader; Professor Baldwin Cardinal
McClosky, and Mr. Parnell.


Some interesting contrasts are offered by a com-
pqrison of the just-issued report of the London
(England) School Board with the report of the
Board of Education of this City for last year. The
total average attendance in London was 350,507,
and in this City, including all grades of school
was 130.650. The total teaching force in Lnnd'nn
is not given, but the average number of pupilN to
each instructor appears ti be about 30, which
would give a total of 11,683 teachers. In New-
York, each of the 382 male teachers and 28093 fe.
male teachers are expected to care for about 40
pupils. The highest salary paid, to a male teacher
in New York is $3,000, and the lowest to a woman,
is $400. The average salary, including all glades
of schools, is about $750, and in the grammar and
primary schools is bhout $100 lesa. The range of
salaries is not given for L-ndon, but the average
male teacher's earning is 132, while the average


The eraldof the 14th says :-Mr. Parnell de- schoolmistress receives only 101. So that t would
clinked when his services were first asked, hut we- seem that the teaches of New York are both harder
hope that the persuasive force of an eminent exam- worked and better paid. The cost of each scholar
ple may induce him to re-consider Tis decision. We 'to the tax-payers of New York wai $31 05 in the
repeat our request, notwitbhtanding the strange grammar schools and $15 20 in the primary schools.
toarse Mr. Parnell has deemed it consistent with In London, the gross cost per head was about $14,
his character to pursue toward the Herald. In the or 2 17s. 6d. In both cities the total accommo-
effort we are making we have but one aim. It is dations are insufficient, (in London 70,000 chil-
our single-minded purpose to alleviate the great. dren, in a total school census of 689,908 children,
suffering which appeals so piteonsly to the human- are without accommodations of any kind,) and in
Ity of the world. It is our desire 'hat the means both cities also the evil is made worse by a bad
of relief may overtake the distress in the speediest, local distribution of such schools as exist: In
most efficient way, irrespective of creed or politics, comparing these figures, the ratio of the total popnu-
and looking only to the necessities of the perishing nations of the two cities may be taken at about
sufferers. If Mr. Parnell, or his supporters know I to4.
Any starving families who might be overlooked in
the distribution of our fund we offer him the op- PURE VERSUS IMPURE AIR,
portunity to see that they are not passed over or A series of examinations have resulted in the con-
neglected. The only quest ion asked by the Herald eviction that 1-5 volume of carbonic acid in 1,000 vol-
Committee will be, Is this a case of real destitu- umes of room air in.licates the limits which dividegood
tion ?" If it is there will be no inquiry whether from bad air, and that on an average, in spaces where
the sufferers are Catholic or Protestant, whether nhie air kept gnoil, there existed a ventilation of more
they belong to the home rule party or any other than 2.100 cubic feet per head an hour. It i, known
plrty, whether they have paid their rents or refused that a person does not inhale antl exhale more than
to pay them. whether they are supporter or oppon- eighteen cubic feet of air per hour, and so it was thought
ents of Mr. Parnell and his methods. The all-suf- that :,100 cubic feet per hour was a ridiculously large
ficient title to relief will consist in the fact of des- quantity for one person. But it has been found by
titution. We accordingly aimed in the construe- experimnentsin model hospitals, which were furnished
tion of our committee to have it so composed that with artificial ventilation, that this quantity is not
no class of sufferers can escape attention for want more than is absolutely indispensable; and the many
of access to some person on the committee who un- crevices, holes, and pores in our houses should not be
derstands their case and is zealous for their inter- con-ildered as unlimited means of change of the air,
est. If Mr. Parnell declines to serve on such a since we know how large this change has to be.
committee the American public and his own conn-
trympn will judge him. We earnestly request himn The Mail Steamer Beta, with the English Ma
to reconsider his first decision. We rise above thb of the 5th instant, due last Friday, was not signal-
attacks which have been directed again u. While fe ut inset lastevenin. Doubtless the steam-
we have regretted, in common with many of Mr. to sunset last evening. Doubtlessthesteam-
Parnell's friends, the license of abuse in which he e with the Mai prolonged by heavy weather. The Allan
has indulged, we still desire Ihat he should be a Steamship Hiberin," not a fast boat, was ad-
member of the committee. If he has the interests of Steamtised to sail on the 5th
his countrymen so much at heart as he professes we i o ail on h 5h.
do not see bow he can refuse. He has said in some OFRINFETION.-
of his speeches that if the Herald would appoint a A SHIPMENT OF YELLOW FEVER INFECTION.-The
committee which deserves the confidence of the Ir- Marine Hospital Bureau has received information
isb people he would go hand in hand with our effort that the body of a patient who died of yellow fever
He has now his opportunity. He can make no ob- in April last was shipped from Port au Prince,
jection to any of his associates on the committee, Hayti, January 31, 1880, for New York, per steamer
and his consent to act with them would insure to Atlas.
the class of sufferers in which he is most interest-
ed a fair consideration of their claims We offer BIRTH at. Belzrave Crescent, Edinburgh. on the
him such a committee as he thinks desirable, nam-17h January. the WIr of Thom Gordon Du, r.,
ing himself as a member of it. If he again declines of ark. Baffhre O a SON.
the verdict of the American public will bethat Mr. MARRIED, on the9-th ult.. at St. James' Chureh,
Parnell's object is not relief for his starving coun- Sandy's Parish, by the Rev. BrucA McKay, Rector, Mn.
trymer, but selfish agitation for his own. political JosIAH SOLOMON ROBERTS, of Antigua, W.I.. to
and personal aggrandizement, and that he is not on- SUSAN ELIZABLTH, only daughter of the late Mr. W.
ly an obstructionist in his own country, but an ob- R. Outerbridge, of these Islands.
structiocistto charity here. If he deliberately puts .......... at St. Philip's Church. New York. Feby.
himself in this position the American people will lAth. 188', by the Rev. J. S. Atwell, MR. JEREMIAHI
think it about time that he end his farce. We sup- REED, of Poughkeepsie. U. S., to MAGGIE THEODOSTA,
pose all sensible Irishmen will indorse this conclu- daughter sion.
DIED, in Southampton Parish, on the 22nd instant,
CONVERTS TO ROME. after a protracted illness, which she bore in Christian
Important Movement in the English Church-Revd. faith and bowed in submission to the L)ivine will, Mrs.
Arthur WI'agner and the Ritualists on their wav to THOMAS B. CO)PE. in the7h yearof her age. Mrs.
the Vatican-Conditions of Reordination-A New C. a left ahuband.24 grandchildren and I relatives and frieat
L-ugi.rarnlehild. and numerous other relatives and friends
Lilurgy. to lament their loss.
LONDON, Feby. 11.- Private despatchee. which I .
have just received from excellent sources in Rome, | 0
enable me to complete the information briefly given 300
in the London Standard regarding the secession of
the Rev. Arthur Wagner, the ritualist of Brighton. NI) other Sums, to be invested in approved
There is no doubt whatever that Mr. Wagner, by Moi tgaage securities of Real Estate in the
the advice of Mr. Orby Shipley, has been secretly Town of Hamilton or vicinity.
received: whether, like others, be will recede, Apply to
events will show. R. I). D)ARRELL.
Mr. Wagner's conversion marks the beginning r amilton, 24th Fehy., 1880 -2 3p.
of a long impending and carefully prepared move-__________
ment which may ere long bring most of the ritual- NOlice I fio
istic Anglican clergy over to Roman Catholicism. Noti to pl)oIrterS I Of i
A meeting ground has been found that may unite ,
the timid High Church Anglicans of the Mackono- Halifax, N. S.
chief, Tooth and Wagner stamp with the Vatican, -
as I know is the wish of most people in Brighton. 1 The Undersigned will have a First Class
Mr. Wagner's church and several others were
never consecrated Hence they are not within the '
jurisdiction of the Bishop of Chichester. These -
churches are likely to be gained to Rome. But the ---Z .-- -:'
conversion of Mr. Wagner and his imitators is Despatched from the above Port
conditional. ar
The Questiono/ Marriage.-In the first place those A bout 10th M
converts who are already married ate to be reor- bout 10th M al cl
dair.ed (sub tacita conditione. And has room for a limited quantity of Freight.
Second-Suchb converts will be allowed to assist (,pers to be sent forward pr Bp" of 2ntd
in ministering in Catholic churches in mass, bene- );(rs toe st for d per of
diction, preaching and catechism, but will not be March.
admitted to parochial functions, especially to con- F-'or further particulars please apply to
sessions. The English and Irish laity would never JO H N F. BUR RO W S.
confess to married priests.
Third-The males and females in Anglican Hlamilton, 23rd Feby., 1880.-2 3p
religious orders are to pass through the novi- -
tiate under experienced superiors, appointed by Fo Sale
Rome, and at the end of their novitiate are to be
professed with simple vows, and will continue the -
philanthropic work under vatican jurisdiction. TIhe fast Sailing Yacht
Fourth-A special Metropolitan, perhaps Cardi-
nal Manning, is to be consecrated by thePope |
himself for the government of the reconciled, re-
ordained Anglican clergy. j I A
Fifth-For the present the parts of service outside .. .. 8 s
the canon of the mass are to be allowed in the ver- oorins, a a Racig Mi-
nacular, the Congregation of Rites deciding which \it fittings and ooris, a a acing ain-
portions of the old Salisbury rite are to be incor- sail. -L -
porated with the liturgy. ALSO,
Sixth-The younger clergy are to take the usual A D N Y
Vows of celibacy when ordained subdeacons. The A I i
converts will be allowed and encouraged, if they Thlie above is the property of Capt. \V. B.
prefer, to adopt thbe usual mass ol Latin. Brown, 46th liett., and will be sold on reasmn-
.... .. .......- ale t'mns ; umnil sold can be hired by the day


SMALLPOXU AMUONGU IiIIAN.
FORT RoBINsoN, Neb., Feb. 13.--A courier ar-
rived here lst. night from Spotted Tail's Agency
reports that the smallpox has broken out among the
Indians at that agency and that the savages are In
a state cl consternation. He reports also that a
peculiarity in the form of the disease renders it
terribly destructive, 'As many of its victims died
within a few hours of being stricken down, and
that none were known to recover. The agency doc-
tor, agent and auxiliaries are doing heir utmost
to prevent its increase.
An order has been entered in the United taltes
Circuit Court at Springfitld, 11l, confirming the
sale of the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad to J. W.
Drexel and C. E. Tracey, trustees for English bond-
holders, for $2,000,000.
The London Standard says: We hear that
Information has been received at the Foreign Office
ot a satisfactory combination of the armed forces of
England and Portugal in the suppression of the
elave tradcof the Mozambique ChanneL"


or week.
Apply to
W.'T. JA MES,
4'. lront St.
Slam ilto.i, F eb. 2:3, 1880.--3 3p.

For Sale,
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\\ith Spars, .':-ais, and Balla-it, complete.
Boat nud fittings all in good order. Further
particulars raay be obtained of Mr. Henry
Tucker, \\ho will ,hew the Boat near Mangrove
Bay, -."omersct, or of
T'HO() J. WAI)SON.
I lamilton, 'ebruary 23rd, 1880.-2


By Public Auction,
.Jt the Residence of the late
Mr. Edward J. SMIlTii,
IN THIS TOWN

TbJisDay, Tuesday,
24th inst., at 12 o'clock, M.
THE CONTENTS
Of the Retail Store amongst which
will be found:
BLS of FLOUR SUGAR CODFISH
5 Bis. MACKEREL Florida WATER
HAMS BACON CANDLES TEA
CHEESE BLUE Bags BRAN
Tins MEAT ACID SALT
Lamp WICKS FILTER TOBACCO
Boxes SEGARS PEAS Steel PENS
Reams Wrapping PAPER CALICO
Ladies HOSE
A Lot, of HOUSEHOLD FURNI-
TURE
And a large number of other articles too
numerous to advertise.
ALSO,
IN CELLAR
Empty BARRELS Empty CASKS
540 Onion BOXES 150 feet White PINE
Lot of Fire WOOD
Empty Rum PUNCHEONS
8 x 10 Window GLASS LAMPS
GLASSWARE CROCKERY
Cooking UTENSILS COUNTERS
Book CASE Show CASE
250 8 inch STONE 100 Slate BLOCK
PIG and PIGSTYE, &c., .&c.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Feby. 24, 1880.

Notice.

A Rare Chance for Investment..

At Public Auction,
That well known and very desirable

Iftelltng #ouse.
The Property of
Mir. .amnes e Ervans,
Pleasantly Situated on Union Street in this
Town, Containing 9 Rooms, with outhouses,
and fine Tank on Lot No. 7, 150 x 50
WILL BE SOLD

3] p1ub1c 10urtion,

ON WEDNESDAY
The 3rd March,
At 12 o'clock. M.
0^ One-third of the Purchase Money may
remain at Interest with security on the pre-
mises.
Premises may be inspected any day before
day of Sale between the hours of 12 M., and 2
o'clock, P.M.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, Feby. 16, 1880.


Q. & G. P.


S. S. Co.


CONSIGNEE WANTED,
Duly Identified,
For Package, VALUABLES. ex S. S, "t Her-
mnuda," from W. H. BER R Y. La Plata, Md.,
to A. BENTON BERRY, Hamilton, Bermuda.
If uot claimed .vill be returned to New York
by the uext departure of the Steamer.
TROTT & COX,
Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, I
Feby. 4-1, 1680.
Gazette only.

For Sale,

A 10-foot DINGY,
Known as the Minotaur,"
With MAST and SAIL, Copper-fastened,
,7 O.
ALSO,

A Small PIANO,
150 O.
A.ni a quantity of FURNI'TURE, GLAS3S,
CHINA, &c
A List may be seen at the Royal Gaze.ttc"
Stationery Store.
C. H. HARBORI,
The Parsonage,
Ireland Island.
February 24, 18S0.-1 pd

For S ale

i The Hoiue and
LAND in Warwick Parish, belonging to the
Estate of the late F.Oa-R. J. PATTON ; bounded
on the North by Land of' Mrs. M;adalin
Lightbourn ; East, by a Tri'ie Road ; South, by
the Main Road, and West. by a I'ribe Road.
The HOUSE is a Two .Ntory one, and has
Four Bedrooms, a large Drawing latom, Two
i'arlours, Two Halls, ne a-itting Room, Pan-
try and Kitchen. Theie are about :.ix Acres
of LAND, on which are a tiuit 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
ot the salt Keltlb Ferry.
For furdlie. Prt c i. rs apply to
4.J. HODSDOOvA.
No. 2 West Front Street, Hlamilton, /
December Is% 187-f p 3p


Steamship company.
Hamilton, Bermuda, / 2
17th Feby., 1880. j P
ESTATE OF TH E LAT'r
So-fal MUEL .%-A L T Utq.

A LI. Persons INI)EI )FED, to the above men-
tioned Estate are reqi ired to pay their
Balances by the 291/h February instant; and
those having CLAIIMS against this -state are
requested to render their Accouts, duly at-
tested, immediately, for adjustmen'.
H. D. DAR HRELL, )
and Exe-utors.
HENRY DAllRELL,
Hamilton, 3rd Feby., 1880.-4 3p

FOR TURKS' ISLANDS.

Should sufficient Freight a,,d Pas-
sengers offer, the Fast Sailing Schooner


" min. 'I aylor,"
Will leave for'the above Place


)n or about
IThe 4th March


NeTxt,


Return Direct.
For further particulars please apply to
JOHN CUMMINGS,
M a ter,
Or A. R. THIOMPSON, Agert.
|Li nilon, P'eoy. 4th, l tO.-- pd


BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
UJADER TIHE HIG SRIED,

On Thursday next,
The 26th inst., at I o'clock, P.M.,
6 8-12 Dozen Brown SHERRY
.50 Superior New York HAMS
10 Tubs Family BUTTER
10 Kegs 23 lbs. each
10 Half-Barrels Family BEEF
5 Gents Tweed SUITS, large size
10 Barrels Planting POTATOES
10 Table "
400 Packages Cut Bird Eye TOBACCO, 2 oz.
packages
10 Halfs and Caddies Black TOBACCO, 14's
2 Dozen Condenced MILK
2 Dozen Ginger POWDERS
A Lot of Oil CANS 5 Chests Oolong TEA
25 BIs. Rosendale CEMENT
10,000 Tomato LATHS
10 Boxes Great Western STARCHF
5 Boxes Adamantine CANDLES
5 Boxes Tallow CANDLES
5 Boxes Crown SOAP
10 Dozen 3 lb. Tins Roast BEEF
HARNESSES WHIPS
Horse RUGS and SADDLES, &c.. &c., &c.
And many other Goods that will appear at
the Sale.
ALSO,
THE HORSE


A 4
He is a Capital Saddle Horse, a first rate fen-
cer, a handsome charger, and will carry a
lady, goes well both in single and double har-
ness.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, February 23, 1880.

AND ON THURSDAY WEEK,
The 4th March, a lot of


FROM NORWOOD,
Some of which is Modern and Good, others
very ancient.
cqr Particulars of above will appear in next
week's Royal Gazette."
B. W. W. & CO.

JUST' RECEIVED
iAnd oin 5laind,
V00 ()1) and Ciare-seat CI ll SItS
Easy CilAIIS and Camp Stools
WVash-hand Stards jedsteads Cribs
Iocking Chairs Beds Iillows Bolsters
What-Nots Corner ta nds
Chills Pernm bul ators
House and Ship Stoves for Wood anJ Kerosene
Chandeliers and Lamps Bird i:nCge
Carboline, for the Hair Tooth PicksK
Pyretic Saline Chinese Nugar Cane Seed
.l usk, W ter Melon and Cucumber Seeds
Astral, lHome Light aind Kero!sene
M..nilla Cheroots Segars Tobecco Snuff
Cigarettes, and a variety of other Goods.
G. H. lPOBINSON.
45 Front Street, inamilioni, .
17th February, 18R0 2 Si

Notice.
ALL Permons having .SOD\ \VVI'EH BOT-
TI.ES and BO)XES, marked "1 W. J.
Barritt"'' OL "John Barritt," and not in the
trade at present with the ITndersigied, will
please forward them at once, and if paid for
the money will be refunded.
JOHN BA RRIT',
Manufacturer ofl EArated Waters,
l'inst. Broadway.
Hamilton, Peby. 16, 1880 -3 :3p



.New York JMail Steamers.
'O make clear the meaning of the terms on
Which the New York .Mail Steamerscharie
Freight by weight, notice is hereby given
that it is intended that the weight of pack-
ages shall be included with the Merchandise
contained and any attempt to evade iaymenton
the weight of packages will he treated as an ef-
ort to damage tie Carrier.
TROTT & COX,
Agents of the Quebec and Gulf Ports


Trespassing
It ,


on the Norwood"


In his i 'arish. Those found so doing afier this
dai% will I.e prosecuteil with the utmost rigour
of the Law.
A\ iberal RI:WA. ID will be paid to nny
person giving such information as wiil lead to
the Cunviction of Iersons cutting T''.lEES or
committing oilither depredations.
HENRY DAIR REIL.
Pembroke, 3rd February, 18S0.-4 3p

Notice.


FO I 1


SbJL E.


A Fine

H HOURS E,
Very superior for saddle or draft.
ALSO,
A Lot of B LINDS,
Shipped contrary to order,
For three (3) Bays of Verandah (front), mne;-
snring above haund rail 5 feet ? inches by 6 feet
8 inches, in three parts, and under hand rail to
floor 6 feet 8 inches by feet 9 inches, in one
The above eiin be had cheap for Cash on ap-
plying to
JOHN BA I? IT 1',
Manufacturer of ACrated Waterq,
East Broadway.
Hanrilnon, February 16. 1880.-3 3p

Notice.
I lereliy forhid anyv 'er.son C iRE1) I TI'. my
\\ire, MAltY ANNA SKLVEI{, in my
nime, as I will not be answerable for thew, she
having left me without any cause.
FItANK SELVE I,


February 23, 1880.-3


Devonihire Parish.


LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN TdE
Pot. Office, Hamilon, Februnry 23r,t, 1880.
Edward Autwood, Mary Ball, Eleanor Bean, Julia
Biun, E Hl Biadllor', Dinah Burgrt.s, JesgIe Barniet,
Madrgret Bean, Rosa Butmerfield, llainnh Curnis.
I enry C'asemore. J. hi 13 L).re ev, Sopria i,-shield,
G W Durant, J \V Wldge, Emily' Elbmn, 1J Fr,,we,
Mr. Galway. Har-iet Hall, \\f I lidreh, H B
. inmilion, tlret ReIert [nghm, A Jones, A. T John.
.son, \V ; King, Rev J S Lemes, Anslsy P G..dl.,er.
M1essrs J & H l.ighlb,,urn, Ruhin,., ni.vch, E:F;-n.,r
I.amlbert, A IylVs. K R forni.,on, Waller Newron,
.\iinN \1 iPinnn ilteil, Lucy Petv. Ad -la Rtolim-h.n,
Mrs Albert Richar,,ron, Miss imipson, Manoel Ig-
nacin de Silveria, Cornplu,s .-inth, Julia T' Suoia,
Joellut Smith, it M It'aylor. Charles A Thowas,
Susanna R 'I'ucker, Henry T 'iont '. nrv I'aeti,
Sarah WeIlls, Williamn Wilson, Jan.. \Vi'kinsn.
UNCLAIMED LEI'IERS IN THE Po)sl' UI'-
FIl 1'. GEORGE'S, Ftlbrury 23, 1 so.
.,I L; ; Bv. li, Ellt-n DlJ ,,oind, .Augu.ta lrf Is,
Mr Hayin, Joseph Lightbourr, Srnr.


Exchange on London.

p ERSONS desirous of purchasing
BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON LONDON
to the extent of .1,945, in Separate Bills of
100, at ten days sight, payable in two-thirds
British Gold and the remainder in British Sil-
ver, (iat par, drawn on Messrs. C. W. & W.
Gray by the Commissioners authorised and re-
quired by Act. No. 14. Session 1, 1879, to sell
out certain investments appropriated to Gaol
purposes, are requested to make application to
the undersigned after Wednesday next, the
11th instant.
JAMES TUCKER,
Receiver General,
One of the Commissio'nrs.
Receiver General's Office, )
Feby. 7, 1880. 1

NO TIC E.


1 REWARD
Foair the Return of a Ladies Saddle
and Bridle,
Taken from a Dray in front of the Stallcs of
B. W. walkerer, at the West Gate of Victoria
Park.
Should they he offered for Sale the Saddle
may be known hy having the seat fiunred, three
horn's, a Leither ferth from e clh Ftlapto buckle
undeinewah, and a light check saddl, I'loth at-
tiachled. Briile very light, Round Doulle, the
no-e strap has leather tassels ;all cut from one
piece.
B. W. WALKER,
For Samuel I.andy, G(r.,om.
Hamilton, Febrn iry 23, 1880.

Kerosene. Kerosene.

7d. Sterling per Imperial Gallon
by the single Barrel,
F''R CASH ON I)LUIVE.RY.
Quality 120 test.
Apply to
"'ROl)'i &r & OX.
Ilamilton, hinnIrmud. Feb. 17, IS80.--2 3p

Dunscomb 4" lrith,

COIIIISSION MERCHANTr3
40 Exchange Place,
N EW YORK.
TO COA SIGNVEES OF PRO.
DUCE,
To tIle above address hl.gi to offer my servi-
ces in facilitating shipments, &e.
J. F. SMI[IH.
IFeby. 10, l.R0 -3 3p & 3 1st p


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honour of commril. 1i ynu I hee o th,1n.: v :.u
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instituted by Ibe ius.i: liinii 'n o.t Marine. 'Tboe
who followed the nnrrai.ire of thl war. a it was
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o 1f ,1r. .J.lin 1 !; %i ) he i' lir h itelt .!n arrryin-.
oii
Portrait and -jandscapa Photo-
graphy,
I1, nil itN I'ain -Ihet.;
hI vin' ''iroi liht \ tli liimi :1 ll Ithe I iiest -tvle
of \'ori Lind the mni,-,i im pr \o-ed in-lri'tl i ii iand
rfni .v' blick .. rounds, lie t'.-I couitlent hIo c'nli
i\v' pi rf'aei t I -'tiC.factiin i ill wv;,> b aa fatv u 'rl
him i\ ith thlii ir atairin itge.

1ip ha-_ altso with hi : 's tools anld lieed ,'aar\'
pai'ts for thl- It Ir- i \\' 'I'T 'i 'S, I' L' ) l'K :
n1d ,IF.\ !.1 ', i:ivin '..rk.- i a' Phli tongra1lh-
i l anid \W atchlii:ii:ian- I,>r over 10 ye:'ir-%, with.
areat -sm eef-<. hi fP .., Is i- ; Ca4 ).l,l. ,rt givi ii
peril'ecti S.iti-'a tion in I, th !'u> in,'-i sq ;..
\W ork in \\-t.hli ,ir Jew'i-h'li' line left at his
( iMnoderate ci rii'rg'.
L. C'. 8\V N,
Photo irapher 'J WV/Fachmaker,'.
Dec. 12th, 15790.

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graver,
Offers for Sale Cheap,
\ < .' i,, -lt.'.e i,1n of
*IPu f' ;,,Jrc ..,I ris-
and Silver Plated f'are,
Anti Persons iisenili, Ii o ,t. uiicha-e will tiitl (Iby
ill! ,;z it .-s :':t,,re,) :,iiple. i r ,,,n to sa I1
h iv' atl I i-t fn''1 i I i'lhw .I,i r tore1,"
N. I.-- rtiie- '.'h have nit e--tti 'l thl-ic
A,'e>inti l ro r t lh,- 1' Ifour year-, neeld not sk
lor tin,,1 n ti ('r (lit, butI ex:t-n' Ir. lnil the si'ne
invi ti oI .
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IVOOD BURjVT LL.IE.
3500 Bushels Hard Stone Woodt
Burnt LIMIE.
For Sale by il. 1. Ol.(TER IRI D; 1'., Cause-
w' iv r R ind, or ("' F,.i t St.. Hlamilton.
N o v e in h e r 1 9, Il 7ZS .

HERMjUDA SHEET S. BOOK

ALM A N \'CKS,
A t) 1911. llA .' -)JL

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Books l erleavcd "2'. Phin 1/9. heet I'.%
Can !be htanini Cl itoin our Agr t.s, Messrs.
GI-.OI.GE BOYLE &. "1'o 1. l e ,re's- Mr. IS
GA.ILLO\WAY, Ilfn.I \Vtardeir. IU.N. Varil fromLm th
several .'rriers ot i.he Royl Gazette," ,and at
utiiir -tatiinery Store
H.linilloi, Deer. 2:3rd, IS79.





GUION LINE.

United Stales r ail teamerss.


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I M )N1',1NA saii 'l'u,-(|iv Jany. 27, ai 5 n.m.
S '''N. N iI -ul< TIe !dav Feel)y. 3, iat 10 a.m.
\R IZON \ s.ails Tue-s:yv F.iey 10. I t 5 a.lu.
l \\'y MIINU > aii T1' s,.l:iv FPe!',. !7, it I) a.m.
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A I IZON A sails II'\ a \lv 1 .h I,;, ; it ) a.m.
A Y();I)'l .'ll; ila ru 3,,lay ''Irehli '23, 1 :3 p.m.
NFV \I \ 'ai! 'iesil ty la..ir.h 3'), .t S i .m.
The above Ste,-nci-.s are Iatil el:'res-sv for
the TraInl ... t,'_~ .. .. tij l. L. 1.ulk Ili s, and
carry experienced (. liactr, Suigeons and Stew-
ar'leses. T'lie loon ecIc:iiiion lthion. are u.n-,
surpassed by any -tlanLie S tearners., an, the
State Rooms ar. on imaiin deck ,openin.. into the
Saloon, tliih s seuring that r.ea'l c fnintort in
In'enin travel, perfr.cl i tnl titulion and liht.
Sinlokial o' n, I.h.t it,,on and Pini o on I
ench .I te ineir.
Th U. S "Mail :-.I n 'er I erlnudIa'from .er-
riai4da, 'J'hlorsiay' s, _ye-i. r.iily :i ive- at New York
on v'1oadi in." P;.. -ertgez .' lt a' : i,-, can lie
iraii-I'feri l di'rI-I to tle .ivtro) 1'l Sm.' in(cr sail-
ilL' ,li lday.
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Agents,
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Ih',-, 'i.ni li a lkn nl nticu 'rep. For ir p'liiv .in :r
,. -.; i e l hi,- oli Iin, i th 'olklw ing
SXTBI' TI 0 N PRIZE l EL \i. S,
L,, .i .,r i !'N '. PAR Is, IS ?;7. Ithronv.i, IH
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i/fkinison,'s Choice Perfumes for
the Handkerchief.
'i'lifir R'. F, i --Fri ,2p n i!ri ll itr, i YI t' tf in!.I ,
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tkinson's Florida Watler
,i,,] sl-I. raa il Po'ifia i dils illle, f(I liir th c. 'ln icep-t
Exotics.
Atkinson's Quinine Hair Lotion,
a vE. 4,-Ii'r 'liihlj *'.''ash which sis iilIuiates the skin
Ito a Ihe:ithiy dartinii anid proinoles the griw\vIhi o li the

.A '1r KI N S ) N' S
itwhereal Essence of Lavender,
.\ powei l I P Itillint di-iilied lri'tni ihe tiles< floiWer
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''V..H F .lal'ks, Hland-bills, kc., Will be
[.:lrit,;d h fI. fikorte It notice -.--? "gents,
't A:.L Gtoa'r.es for the Vowel Gazelle,
,'lessrs. GEo0oFns BOYL, &i So lest E'nd,
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e', i, tle art (if Presi,-vin ,ritlii-s, -Ve-
Stah!'., Fitsh and Mle-.ts in tintl, and in conse*
,.tenace tiic cansrinmp1tion halias lrgrly increased.
A s \el, how'evter, c'.nned zoods are intl enerally
ii o hlit It bb 'r.-esh,"' and sol e ibr:inds are .no,
perhaps~, entitled to lie so considered. 'I'ifose
paiclitkd lyv u, ihowe'vevr. are ermitically lSealed
at the sources of -npply, when they are illn thie
best possible condition, nby ia proces.s'- which pre-
serves tlie miulit - tii'vors; nna they are rcuLill in better con'iitiia '
fresher, more paIlaal:l.,I aiiind wholesoie thllan
inny so-called fi'e-h" articles which are.ex-
posed for sale during considerable periods of
titni, ii cily ilnaii.ket-. All goids is e;arinllour
natioe are uarirailted to be of ai superior qauialitY
pure and \tilil(esolme anilt de:ilverl-'s are iinoiized
to) rel'fiInd the piurcha-,e price ce in ani case a here
coiZlImriel'rs iavteci, i e for dissa rtishltcion t, i-i ,
ihetelore, Io the intrerr'.t of 'oth d. aleC ci iiid
'lon-liersl to aiu-e Ti. RF, E's BRANDS. "
II. K. & F. 1. THURBBER SL CO.,
Mi inlif.aictirers of'il td Petal er's ini Food P'rodriits
West Br,_'adway:, Reade nid II'udsoli
Streets, Newy York.
I)ecmlnber 23, I S.-3,

INTMEL'S CHOICE PIiEFi-
MNIERk:Y.
R IN\MEL'S TOILET VINEG AR, a ip'e-ai jt
L tonic anid rt.f'atliti:Ig jidnj'i Ict io tihe ,,ilpi In J rd
1Rah0 a r giving '.eiie n l a pnd I crrfi' rT itfeelt iit
For varin clit'a',- !I i' invaluable.' "'
lR 111L'S C:LELRE\TEI) I:\L VE N D EI

RIMMFL' TREBLF. DISTILLED EAU DE
CO LO G NE. '
RINiJEL'" .IUI(CH. I\IPROVED FLORItP\
\ ,'ATER. -
RI'\111.'EL'4 JO'KKF (Y CI,UP .:.nj cther fri-
granl Pei'ltiioes. '
Rl ii\ FL'S LIIE JLilfE and GLYCERIN
ai-es the hair a beua iilul! glo'-; r and imparls ait
a re-enable cooliiess lo hlie head.
Hill'i FLL'S PURE \ WHITE GLYCERINE
SOAP TI.[IA., ROW'N WINDSOJI, "HIONEY.
ALOND, LE I UCE, CO \-TAI and oitlir,
'i'oilci Snoip in hl)rQ or caklies.
RIMIEL'S VELNETINE. VIOLET. R.ICi,
Rof) F-LEA F .,ind other TOILET PO-WDER5, 'In
L'i-xe, ibairetI "anind pa.-keis.
RI 'lIEL'S \Q.IU \DENTINE cle.ins. whiteins
and prf-_,rvr ,. the iteeth, re eshes thlle mioll h,: aiid
Vwe e' tn- lle hiealli. '
i I I 1 EL'S Alt)O MI AI'l1C OZON I Z FR. or.Nu-
Inral Air ~ntrifirr, :i fragrant Powder l hici;iih dilTiises
liti li-'ailh i.and r-.le' ahitiig P'inaitlia ions ol" the P fie
an1 Ei ir.l.ily)'pils Foret?- .-
E R I! 11 i L, Perfi'ni r !by alp,'ip iiiientl o If..R.
II. PIluicer o.f t o ilr's~- 1.I, S1 rand,.London,. anld 1.7
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