Group Title: 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]
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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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Volume ID: VID00115
Source Institution: 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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TI3:,


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 10.-Vol. L. STAT SUaBrR VIAS AAwI.qUAS. 24s per Ann



Haomillon, Bermuda, Tuesday, 7Mlarch 6, 1.77.


For Benefit of Owners, Underwrit-
ers and all Concerned.

BY AUCTION,
WILL BE SOLD,
AT HUNTER'S WHARKF,
ZI ZZI TOWT,
AT 11 O'CLOCK

This Day, Tuesday,
The 6th Proximo,


SPARS, SAILS, RIGGING,
&c., &c.,
Of Bark MODESTA." DIAs, Master,
Which Vessel put into this Port in distress on
a voyage from Fayal bound to Boston, and
abandoned on Survey and Estimate.
J. S. DARRELL,
Agent.
St. Georges, Bermuda,
March 6, 1877.


A New Supply of



Just 8 received,
Consisting in Part of:-
FLOUR, CORN and BRAN by the Bar-
rel and Bag
Laundry and Corn STARCH
TEA SUGAR COFFEE Green and
Ground
Bermuda ARROWROOT CHOCOLATE
and Epp's COCOA in 1 and i lb Packages
SYeast CAKES
Tins CORN SALMON SARDINES
Roast BEEF
CAMPHOR CINNAMON and other Spices
Assorted Lamp CHIMNEYS
Tin WARE NAILS-3ds. 4ds. 5ds. and
8ds.--Vtry Cheap
Manila ROPE CODFISH
TOBACCO CIGARS
ALSO,
.1 Fresh Supply o]
DRY GOODS.
J. C. KEENEY,
Reid Street, 3 Doors West of Gazette Office.
Hamil on, Febi u:ry 26th, 1877.-3
BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS' ISLANDS. (
By His Excellency Major General JOHN
HENRY LEFROY, C. B.,
Governor, Commander-in-Chief,
Vice Admiral and Ordinary, in
and over these Islands, 4-c., S8f.,
Arc.
W WHEREAS JOHN BARRITThas prayed
for Administration, with Will annexed,
on the Estate of WILLIAM JOHN BARRITT,
late of Pembroke Parish, in these Islands, de-
ceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just cause why
the said Administration should not be granted
tUnto the said JOHN BARRITT, he, she, or
they, are to file his, her, or their Caveat in writ-
ing, in the Secretary's Office of these Islands
within Fifteen days from the publication hereof,
otherwise the said Administration will be granted
accordingly.
JAMES TUCKER,
Colonial Secretary.
Dated at the Secretary's Office,o2
this 23rd day of Feby., 1877. 2
BERMUDA, Alias
SOMERS' ISLANDS.
By His Excellency Major General JOHN
HENRY LEFROY, C. B.,
Governor, Commander-in-Chief,
Vice Admiral and Ordinary, in
and over these Islands, &c., tic.,
$fe.
WHEREAS GEORGE HENRY SER-
FICE BELL, has prayed for Adminis-
tration on the Estate of WILLIS NAZREY,
late of Chatham, Ontario, in the Dominion of
Canada, Bishop of the British Methodist Epis-
copal Church, deceased.
This is therefore to give notice, that if any
Person or Persons can shew any just cause why
the said Administration should not be granted
Unto the said GEORGE HENRY SERVICE
BELL, he, she, or they, are to file his, her
or their Caveat in writing in the Secretary's
Office of these islands within Fifteen days
from the publication hereof, otherwise the said
Adainis ra ioun will be granted accordingly.
JAMES TUCKER,
Colonial Secretary.
Daited at the Secretary's Office,
this 26th day of Feby., 1877.-2


Pro. AJtrkltam's
Private
B AR3ISN' HOUSE,
NORTH OF TRINITY CHURCH,
llamniltom
Nov, 13, 1876.


OI 'rTo be Sold
BY PUBLIC AUC TION, 9 pubte luctton,,
So-morrow, Wednesday, ON THEPREMISES,
7th Proximo, At noon of
TheA-LClipper WEDNESDAY,
The Fourteenth day of March next,
.. Under and by virtue of a Decretal Order of the
Honorable the Court of General Assize of
With MAST, SAILS, BALLAST, &c., &c. Bermuda in Chancery.
as she will appear at the Wharf. All the Estate and Interest
The "Express" is staunch, swift, and will I- of RICHARD FOWLE BURROWS,
carry between 50 and 60 barrels. lm Esqr., deceased, at the time of his
JOHN HARNETT death, in and to all that certain DWELLING
Auctioneer. HOUSE with the TRACT OF LAND whereon
Hamilton, March 6, 1877. it stands, situate near Somerset Bridge in
Sandys Parish in the Islands of Bermuda; and
*o i which Tract of Land contains by estimation
Soti e. Seven Acres or thereabouts (be the same more
r1l E Undersigned requests that all CLAIMS or less) and is bounded Northerly by Lands
against the Estate of the late HARRING- formerly held by Elizabeth Tucker and Ann
TON HA RVEY be rendered at once to MR. Elson, now in the occupation of Stephen
D. E. SEON, and all Persons INDEBTED to Alexander Norton; Easterly by Lands of Dan-
said Estate will please make prompt Payment iel Virgin and Lands of Camilla Nash; Souther-
of their respective Accounts. lyby Lands now or lately of Mrs. Harriet Hall
eir respective Accounts.and Mrs. Mary Rebecca Ewen, and Westerly by
JANE S. HARVEY, Lands of Miss Elizabeth Morgan and by other
Administratrix. Lands held in his lifetime by the said Richard
Hamilton, February 26, 1877.-3 Fowle Burrows.
The above Dwelling House is in good condi-
1.. Yellow & White V.P. tion, situated on a healthy eminence, com-
"Sugar- -" and M uscovada manding an extensive and interesting view of
an the Ocean, Great Sound and surrounding
In Barrels. Country; while the Land is productive and
OPeruviari G uano, capable of being made highly ornamental.
P JNO F. BURFOWS (
A few Bags of the Genuine Article February 27, 1877. Administrator.
Will be Sold Low for the Cash. February 27, 1877. Administrator.
S. S. ING[ AM & Co. Notice.
Hamilton, 26th Feby., 1877. iv nin s ei t.
T. Evenings. Bock & Co., Deigint.
To Hl. Boc-k & Co., h. Adolphus ) Dickinson hav-


PR OD UCC
MBERNUDA ROUCAN

A SPECIALTY.
No. 362 Washington St., New York.
Consignments Solicited. Our Motto is
'QUICK SAL-ES and PROMPT RE'l'URNS.'
We take pleasure to inform Shippers that we
have secured the services of MR. ALONZO
PENISTON, as our Agent in Bermuda, who
will be pleased to give you any information re-
quired, and furnish you with Stencil Plates and
assist you in your Shipments to us, Free of
Charge.
Feby. 27, 1877.-9


Notice


to


Farmers
Others.


and


James A. Judge,
COMMISSION MJERCHIANT,
46 and 48 Broad Avenue, West Washington
Market, New York.
Highest Market Prices obtained and Ptompt
Returns.
All Persons desirous of Shipping to the above
Firm will meet with every facility in so doing
on application to
W. H. FURBERT,
Front Street, Hamilton.
Feby 27th, 1877.-14
N. B.-Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied
free of charge.
W. H. F.

The Subscriber
BEGS to call attention to the fact that he
is still at his Old H\%RNESS ESTAB-
LISHMENT, in Reid Street, where he is pre-
pared to PAINT and TRIM with a Superior
finish all Carriages placed in his charge.
Also, to execute UPHOLSTERING of every
description-for Drawing Rooms, Bed Rooms,
&c., in the neatest style and with desatch.
Especially MATTlE S SES .
C, W. GAUNTLETT.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
Oct. 30th, 1876.


Price 40 per Annum,

A The HO USE,
At the Eastern Entrance of the Town, lately
occupied by -Dr. McCuTCHAN, 46th Regt.,
Containing Drawing Room, Parlor, Sitting
Room, Dining Room, 5 Bed Hooms (4 with
Dressing Rooms attached), Large Pantry,
Kitchen, Entris, &c., also a Bathing House
and a large Tank of water.
For further particulars please apply to
A. WINGOOD,
Lane.


February 12, 1877.-tf

. SOLID Silver and
CASES at CHILD'S.


Pearl Card


VIl %: -'.. % 4 tV._ -
-- ing obtained a practical knowledge of the
Art of DANCING, respectfully begs to in-
form the Public of Bermuda that ho is fully
prepared to give Instructions in the Same at the
Residence of any one wishing to obtain.Les-
sons.
Terms Liberal. Application can be made
in Person or by Letter.
Hamilton, Feby 26th, 1877.-2 pd.

Shredded Codfish,
A NI)
Steam-Sliced

SMOKED BEEF*
"ON TON Shredded COI)FISH ready for
D- Table in 15 minutes. The most desirable
style of Codfish ever offered in this market-put
up in lib. Boxes.
Eureka Steam-Sliced SMOKED BEEF-
Commends itself to consumers by reason of the
superior quality of meat used, and the delicacy
with which it is cut.
Put up in i, J and lib Boxes.
For Sale at Wholesale and Retail.
W. T. JAMES,
Front Street.
N.B.-The undersigned being Sole Agent for
Bermuda for the above articles is prepared to
supply the trade at a liberal discount.
W. T. JAMES.
Hamilton, Jan. 23, 1877.


For
EARLY Rose
Very Choice
Planting POTAT(
Ontario Do.


Mixed


M *I4


Sale.
POTATOES--


)o.
Very Low for Cash,


ALSO,
T R E8 8E 8


And,
Full Line GROCERIES.
Apply to
G. W. CASTNER.
tlamilton, 12,h Feby., 1877.

/I Rare Chance.

A Fine Two Story Dwelling House
In the Town of Hamilton
SPoR SALE.

T Ihe Two Story
Dwelling housee
Now occupied by the undersigned, at the Cor-
ner of Church and Burnaby Streets, opposite
the Bishop's Lodge, IS FOR SALE. If not
disposed of by private sale by Thursday, 20th
of March next, will then be sold by Auction.
JOHN ROGAN, Senr.
Hamilton, Feby. 20, 1877.
Whetby Jet and Vulcanite Jewelry
Consisting of
T'ATCHES for Ladies, Watches for Gen-
tlemen, Watches for Boys, in gold or
silver cases, at prices to suit all, at CHILD'S.


Persons desirous of Consigning
PRODUCE
TO
*Ji7essrs. Middleton (J Co.,
NEW YORK,
Will please call upon
Mr. SAML. A. MASTERS.
Who will attend to the Shipment of their
Goods,
Hamilton, Feby. 6, 1877.

Notice
To Far mers and others.
The Undersigned is prepared to give his PER-
SONAL ATTENTION to the Sale of
'zrInuba P'nobi
In the NEW YO ItK MA It K ET, and respect-
fully solicits Consignments from Farmers and
Dea!er*s.
Persons wishing to ship to my address will
please call on
IV. T. JAMES,
Hamilton.
Who will give every attention to Shipments
by each Steamer, or by any other opportunity
offering-and will furnish stencil plates, &c.,
free of charge.
Prompt account Sales and settlements guar-
anteed.
WILLIAM PEACOCK,
Washington Market,
NEW YORK.
Feby. 6, 1877.
NEW YORK,
FEBY., 1877.
To Farmers and Shippers of"

rwm U "'a a bwr


Having had several years experience in this
line of business, I desire to continue in the same
during the coming crop season, and respectfully
solicit any conisigunneiis you may forward -to
this Market. I will endeavour to realize the
highest Market prices, render Sales and Remit-
tances promptly.
MR. THOSE. H. PITT.
Of Hlamilton,
Bermud a
Will attend to receiving and invoicing all
consignments for me, and will give all inform-
ation necessary for benefit of Shippers.
I remain yours, &c.,
M. F. JUDGE,
With Messrs. O'Connor & Judge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
5m New York.


GENERAL SHIPPING
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
52 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
Consignments of PRIODUCE solicited to above
address, and forwarded free of Consul's
Certificate, &c. Highest Market Rates obtain-
ed and Returns promptly made.
STENCIL PLATES furnished free of charge.
F. D. S. NASH,
Next door to Messrs. S. S. Ingham & Co.,
Hamilton.
February 12th, 1877.-tf

Wanted.


Potatoes,


Onions,


and Tomatoes,
For which the highest Market rates will be
given.
Consignments solicited, and Shipments made
free of charge to
Messrs. E. P. X.N. H. Loomis,,
Who will make prompt returns.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
Hamilton, Feby. 5, 1877.

E. P. & N. H. Loomis,
Commission Merchants
And Dealers in
Potatoes, apples, Onions,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS.
Zmporters of

BERMU 0APRR 0 0 UC.
No. 92 Barclay Street, N. Y.
Consignments Solicited.
Parties wishing to Ship to us will be facili-
tated in so doing by calling on MEssRS. B. W.
WALKER & Co., Front St., Hlamilton, Bermu-
da, of whoii they can obtain Stencil Plates
and be otherwise aided free of Charge.
January 1st, 1877.
CH1ILD Keeps Watch CHAINS,
WATCHES. Call and see them.


(Final Notice to
others in Africa,
and Madeira.)


Creditors and
the West Indies


In the Matter of the European Assurance
Society Arbitration Acts 1872
1873 and 1875.
1.-All persons in Africa the West Indies and
Madeira having policies or other contracts of
which proof has not yet been admitted in
this Arbitration are to take notice that an
Act of Parliament was passed in the Session
of 1875 under which all claims not brought
in by a fixed day will be absolutely barred.
2. All persons aforesaid are further to take
notice that the following order has been
made by the Arbitrator under the authority
of that Act.
THURSDAY the Eleventh day of January 1877.
In the Matter of the European Assurance
Society Arbitration Acts 1872
1873 and 1875.
I, FRANCIS SAVAGE REILLY, the Arbitrator
appointed under the above mentioned Acts do
by this order appoint and order as follows: -
The 1st day of May one thousand eight hun-
dred and seventy-seven shall as regards Africa
the West Indies and Madeira be the day on
which all claims arising on policies or other-
wise in this Arbitration not brought in and
proved shall be barred and as regards those
Countries all claims so arising not brought in
and proved before or on that day shall be and
are hereby absolutely barred accordingly.
FRANCIS S. REILLY.
HUGH A. MARDON,
Secretary.
3. Therefore all persons who have not estab-
lished their claims should at once bring in
the same to us here.
Dated this 18th day of January 1877.
By order of the Arbitrator
S. LOWELL PRICE
JNO YOUNG
Joint Official Liquidators in the European
Assurance Society Arbitration.
3 WESTMINSTER CHAMBERS
VICTORIA STREET LONDON S.W.

A Reward of 30
WILL be paid to any one (not the actual
T I u offender) who shall give information
sufficient to convict the person or persons who
maliciously destroyed several Trees in the Park
in this Town on Sunday night last, and any
accomplice of such offender who shall give
said information will also not be prosecuted.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Mayor.
Hamilton, November 20, 1876.

Commission Merchant,
Vesey Pier, Washington Market, New York.
ALL Persons desirous of Shipping to the
above Address will be afforded every ac-
commodation by applying to my agent,
THEO. OUTER BRIDGE,
2nd Street, Hiamilton,
Near Steamers Wharf.
Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied on appli-
cation.
January 30, 1877.-6

NEW GOODS
From London via Halifax per Beta.


A
MI


Just Opening,
HANDSOME ASSORTMENT
LLINERY GOODS
By MISS OLIVE,
Front Street, Hamilton


January 3otth, 177.*

WANTED
To Borrow on Mortgage
able Real Estate

100.


of Valu-


Interest at seven per cent. will be paid for
same.
For further particulars apply to
MR. REGINALD GRAY,
Hamilton.
Jany. 30, 1877.

To be Sold,
A handsome Dark Brown


Very Quiet to ride and drive
14 hands 1,
And a Set of Black Leather BREAST HIAR-
NESS (single) for the above, in thorough goo,
order.
For fourth r particulars apply to
CAPT. FERRIER, R.E.,
Prospect.
February 19th, 1877.

C L 0 C K S and BRONZES at
SCHILD'S at prices to suit all,


OES


lr


'Loom


I






~RMTTDA ROYAL GAZETTER


EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSER-
VATIONS taken under the direction of the Principal
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea
151 feet..


Date


1877
FY. 26
27
28
MH. 1
2
3
4


a ,..




29-929
30-005
30-051
30-015
30-2 0
30'190
30-144


Wind Temperature previous
9a.m. 24 hours.
1 .


0 0 0 0
N 3 64-5 55-5 138-2 50-0
N 2 65-1 55-9 141-0 48-0
NW 2 64-3 53-5 143-2 44-2
NW 4 62-5 54-1 134-0 44-2
N 1 67-3 47-6 144-4 44-2
sw 2 71-3 57-8 134-2 45-8
w 1 74-3 '59-6 149-8 50-4


Rain.

Inch.


trace
0"03
trace
0*00
0-00
0-06
0.00


Total 0-09
Total Rainfall for the month of February 1877
was ........................................................10-14 Ins.





Hamilton, Jarch 6, 1877.

CUSTOM HOUSE.-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
March 5-Mail Steamer Canima, Liddicoat, New York;
assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
March 1-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbados; 2)3
bis. potatoes and 34 empty casks.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
February 27-Barque Eliza Barss, Vesey, New York ;
90 oxen, 100 bls. meal and hay, to Trott & Cox.
Barque Templar, Bartlett, New York; 16.500 boxes
kerosene oil.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
March 2-Brigt. Hero, Davidson, Trinidad; in dis-
tress; 230 tons asphalt.-Agents, W. C. Hyland
& Co.
5-Barque Casco, Penny, New York; assorted cargo.
-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
CLEARED.
February 27-Barque Templar, Edwards, Calcutta.
March 3--'chr. J. D. Robinson, Glover, Havana;
cargo of Jonas Smith.
5-Schr. Pioneer, hamilton, Boston; inward cargo
of sugar and molasses.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer Canima. yesterday, from New
York :-Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Hare, Rev. H. H. Sexton,
Dr. Klock, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Mr. and
Mrs. Vermilyea and Infant, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Zuill,
'Mrs. J. Stanton, Jr., and Master F. Stanton, Mrs.
Verplanck, Messrs. J. Gordon, J. Harper, W. Greacen,
J. Nelson, T. M. Holly, A. D. Ludlow, G. Kappis,
W. Lambert, F. G. Webster, H. C. Sturgis and C. P.
Murray. 2nd Cabin-John Hart and James Govorn.
The Royal Mail Steamer Beta from St. Thomas
may be looked for this evening.
Brig Hero, Capt. Davison, from Trinidad bound to
New York, with a cargo of asphalt, arrived at St.
George on the 3rd inst. in distress, having sprung her
foremast badly and sustained other damage. Will re-
repair and proceed with all possible despatch.-Agents,
W. C. Hyland & Co.
The Barque Templar, from New York bound to Cal-
cutta, laden with kerosene oil, which anchored in Mur-
ray's Anchorage on 24th ultimo, after landing Captain
Bartlet, who was very ill, proceeded on her voyage
the following day in charge of the Mate. We under-
stand Capt. Bartlett has improved since he landed and
that his Medical attendant has great hopes of his re-
covery, so that he may return to America in a few
weeks.
American Bark Casco, Captain Penny, from New
York bound to Pernambuco with general cargo, an-
chored in Murray's Anchorage on Saturday last with
loss of rudder, &c.-Agents, W. C. Hyland & Co.
The Barque Eliza Barss, Captain Vesey arrived at
St. Georges, on Tuesday morning last after a pleasant
run of 3" days, with a full load of oxen. We are in-
debted to Capt. Vesey and Mr. Steward Smith for files
of New York papers of the 22nd ultimo.

MUTINY ON BOARD THE PRISCILLA."-A seaman
of the Brig Priscilla-Thomas Murphy by name--was
tried before the Police Magistrate on Monday last for
mutinous conduct and for an assault on Captain Jones of
that vessel. The disturbance commenced on Saturday
afternoon in consequence of a report among the crew that
the captain had shipped a new hand with a view to dis-
charging one of the old crew. When the captain went
on board the vessel, after having been on shore for
some time, he was questioned by Murphy as to the
truth of the report. ie gave no reply, but ordered the
crew to heave up the anchor, and told Murphy to go
forward. The seaman disobeyed ; and upon the Cap-
tain pushing him in the direction of the forecastle,
seized a belaying pin and attacked the captain. The
latter succeeded in wresting the weapon from the sea-
man and dealt him one or two blows over the head.
Murphy then ran forward seized a handspike and aim-
ed a blow at the captain's head, but struck him on the
shoulder. A signal of "Mutiny on board the ship"
was hoisted and immediately Chief of Police Clarke
and Policeman Dewsbury proceeded on board the Pri-
scilla and took the disaffected portion of the crew in
charge. The seaman Murphy was tried on Monday and
remanded until yesterday, when the trial was brought to
a close and he was sentenced to eight weeks imprison-
ment.- Colonist, February 28.
We are informed that Captain Jones after having
promised to return to the shore on Wednesday for the
purpose of paying the accounts which he had contracted,
left Murray's Anchorage during the night and it is
supposed proceeded on his voyage to Falmouth. He
also, we are told, left at the Custom House such pa-
pers as are usually deposited there on arrival. It is
said that Captain Jones and his brother are sole own-
ers of the Priscilla.

We have been favoured with the following List
of successful Tenderers for the Commissariat Con-
tracts for the ensuing 12 months, commencing on
the 1st of April next.
Flour-Command...... Messrs. J. T. Darrell & Co.
Land Hamilton District Mr. D. G. Lane
Transport St. George do. Do.
Wines, Spirits, &c., Command Mr. R.H.Duerden
egetable, do. Mr. G. W. Castner
nes, &c. .
Forage do. Mr. J. F. Burrows
Oil do. Mr. R. H. Duerden
Lamps and Fittings do. Mr. C. H. Robinson
Hoes and Malt do. Mr. R. H. Duerdena


Fuel Wood do. Mr. J. F. Burrows
Rushes do. Mr. J. P. Smith
Water do. Mr. D. G. Lane
Coarse Salt do. Mr. W. T. James
Hardware do. Mr. W. Bluck
Lime do. Mr. G. Oakley
Washing and Repairing Bar- -
rack and Hospital Bedding, Miss Letitia Bruce
&c., St. George District
Purchase of Empty Flour Bar- Messrs. S. S. lng-
rels, Hamilton ham & Co.
Do. do. St. George Mr. A. Inglis
Do. do. Ireland Island Mr. E. Crawley
Do. Pork Tierces, Hamilton Mr. J. H.T. Jackson
Purchase of Hospital Refuse, Mr. G. Curtis
Prospect is
Do. do. St. George Mr. J. Stamp
Purchase of Stable Manure, Mr. J. T. Peniston
Prospect J
Do. do. St. George Mr. J. T. Peniston
Do. do. Ireland Island Mr. G. Curtis
Shoeing War Department Mr.J. Greenslade
Horses, Prospect. reen
Emptying Ash and Soil or Cess Mr. G. Curtis
Pits, Command I .
Sweeping Chimneys, Command Mr. G. Oakley


t:L As next Saturday the 10th is the day ar-
ranged for the holding of the 46th Regiment Ath-
letic Sports, MRS. LEFROY will not be "AT
HOME" on that day.

O THE ANNUAL SPORTS of the 46th Re-
giment will take place on Tucker's Field, near
Prospect, on Saturday next, March 10th. The
Band of the Regiment will play during the after-
noon.

MEETS OF THE BERMUDA HUNT.
MAReCH.
Tuesday 6th...............The Swing Bridge.
Thursday 15th............... Whale Bay Battery
Tuesday 20th .................The Devil's Hole.
Thursday 29th ................The Flatts.
APRIL.
Saturday 7th ................Government House.
At 3-15 P.M.

A Proclamation by His Excellency the Governor
was issued on Wednesday last and is copied into
our to-day's Gazette offering a Reward of 20 for
such information as will lead to the conviction of
the person or persons, who, on the night of the 27th
ultimo, "wantonly ravaged and destroyed the crops
of Mr. Henry Fenner, living on the North Shore of
Pembroke Parish." The wanton destruction of
of this poor man's property is but on a par with
several other diabolical acts which have been com-
mitted in this Town and Parish, within the past
few months. We sincerely hope that the reward
alluded to may be the means of the discovery of
the perpetrators of that crime, as it may also be the
means of bringing to light the perpetrators of the
other villainous acts which so disgrace the Parish.

IRELAND ISLAND AND BOAZ BRANCH OF
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPER-
ANCE SOCIETY.
A Meeting was held on Wednesday last in the School
Room, Ireland Island, for the purpose of establishing
a branch of the Church of England Temperance Soci-
ety. The meeting was very well attended. The Rev.
J. L. Robinson and the members of the branch of this
Society which has for some time been established on
board H. M. S. Rover were present, and their experi-
ence of the practical working of the society very mate-
rially aided the business of the evening.
The Rev. C. H. Harbord having expressed his grati-
fication at seeing so many present. not only from Ire-
land Island, but also from Boaz and the Casemates, as
also their very welcome friends from the Rover, pro-
ceeded to explain briefly the principles of this particu-
lar society, which were placed before our readers in our
impression of Feby. 20th. He dwelt strongly upon the
necessity for making this absolutely a religious move-
ment and expressed a hope that its influence should be
felt through the whole of Bermuda. He insisted upon
the harm done by making comparisons between non-
abstainers and abstainers, showing that the former
ought to be thankful for having strength given them to
use as a good gift of GOD that which to the latter be-
comes, even in the smallest quantity, a dangerous
enemy, and should be very thankful for any chance of
helping the weaker ones.. There are only two reasons
for becoming total abstainers. 1st, in the case of a
man being weak and unable to resist taking loo much ;
2ndly, where a man feels persuaded in his own con-
science that on account of some particular position he
holds he ought to become so for example's sake.
The Rev. J. L. Robinson gave an interesting account
of the formation and working of the branch on board
H. M. S. Rover, and showed how the movement con-
duced to good discipline and honest manliness of spirit
amongst the men. but the work on board was a special
one and presented many features which would not be
found in such a branch as that which it was intended to
found to-night. 'Speaking generally of the Church
of England Temperance Society, he said that it
was one of the oldest and at first was purely
teetotal, but some few years ago it entered into
the minds of certain men that there were many
great social aims which could be obtained better by
enlarging the basis of the Society and making it in
fact as comprehensive as the Church of England itself.
Its characteristics were, having the two branches and
working in the perfect spirit of charity, and his experi-
ence had shown him that the one branch in very many
cases became a stepping stone to the other. We are
sorry that our space prevents us from giving in full the
Revd. Gentleman's very able speech ; he concluded by a
stirring appeal to those present to enter fully into the
noble spirit of the Society and in this vital matter not
only to offer negative advice to those who were weak,
but also to give positive help, by assisting in all those
works, such as recreation rooms, &c., which can suc-
cessfully compete with mere tippling houses, and are
essential helps to Temperance.
Mr. Mount said he agreed fully with the objects of
the society and desired to instigate those present not
only to enroll their names in the society but to use all
their influence to induce others to do the same. He
showed the necessity of men of social standing and
education joining the society to attain the ends which
it had in view, and concluded thus: The duty of the
Church and its ministers is to save souls, and the main
object of the promoters of the Church of England
Temperance Society is, by reducing the numbers of
drunkards, to increase the number of sane men, for
no drunkard can be called sane, and so increase the
number of men capable of receiving the glorious truths
of the Gospel.
Captain Slacke, R.E., heartily agreed with the ob-
jects of the Society and hoped it would be very success-
ful amongst the soldiers.
Captain Somerset, R.N., A.D.C. to the Queen,
spoke on the danger of excess in all things and
adduced authorities to' show that very bad effects
have followed from excess in drinking large quan-
tities of strong tea in many cases, citing the spe-
cial case of the Shetland Islands. He would give the
branch about to be formed, of which he intended to be-
come a member, his entire support, and was convinced
that it would be most beneficial to the naval part of the


community.
The Revd. C. H. Harboard then read some rules
which he had drawn up on the foundation of those of
other branches. After some correction and addition
they were adopted. The names of members were then
taken down and the Ireland Island and Boaz branch
of the Church of England Temperance Society was
declared established. After the appointment of offi-
cers the meeting was closed.
RULES OF THE IRELAND ISLAND AND BOAZ BRANCH
OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE
SOCIETY.
1.-All members, whether non-abstainers or total ab-
stainers, to have an equal voice in the affairs of
the Branch.
2.-This Branch recognizes all other branches of the
Church of England Temperance Society and will
open its meetings to members of other branches,
but the members of these shall have no voice in
the management of the Ireland Island and Boaz
Branch.
3.-A meeting shall be held on the first Wednesday of
each month and shall be opened and closed with
prayer.
4.-The Officers of the Society are-President the
Clergyman of the Parish (according to rule of pa-
rent society), Secretary, Treasurer, two Auditors of
Accounts, Collectors of monthly subscriptions.
5.-Subscription to be sixpence a month, to be paid
to the Treasurer by the Collectors at the monthly
meetings.
6.-All who desire to join must be proposed and se-
conded by members at a monthly meeting, the
interval being considered a period of probation as
to the would-be member's sincerity and desire to
become a worthy member of the society.
7.-Should any member of the non-abstaining branch
exceed, he must either cease all connection with
the society, or join the total abstinence branch, in
which case he must submit to be proposed and
seconded as before and be on a month s probation.

BERMUDA PRODUCE IN NEW YORK MAR-
KET ON IsT INST.
Potatoes....................$ 7 per Barrel.
Beets.............. .... ...... 3 per Box.
Tomatoes..... ,,,t ..,,,,i....$2 to $2' per Box.


THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
This long drawn contest is not yet decided,
though the end is near and the conclusion is evi-
dent. The Commission decided that the votes of
Louisiana should be counted for Hayes. As in the
Florida case, they refused to go back of the can-
vassers' returns, to investigate the frauds charged
against the officers who made them up. The im-
possibility of doing so and reaching any result in
time to serve the purposes of the election, was one
of the strongest grounds for refusing to go behind
the returns. By the fourth of March a new Presi-
sident should qualify, or there would be a void in
the Government, which under the present excite-
ment, could not be filled provisionally without con-
flict and confusion. The Commission therefore
used the advantages given by the legal aspects of
the question to prevent the embarrassments sure to
ensue from a more liberal exercise of their powers.
Had they been unanimous in a desire to investigate
the popular vote, the disorganisation which would
have been caused to the government by carrying
the desire into action would have deterred them.
There is no doubt that the majority of the votes as
cast in Louisiana were for Tilden. There is no
doubt that intimidation prevented large numbers of
votes being cast for Hayes, the Republicans say,
numbers much larger than Tilden's majority.
There is no doubt that the canvassers were directed
by law to throw out all precincts in which intimi-
dation was shown to have been used. There is no
doubt that they used this authority so as to over-
come Tilden's majority and give the vote of the
State to Hayes; and their action in this respect,
charged to have been arbitrary and fraudulent, yet
done under the authority of the law, and properly
expressed in legal forms, the Commission has de-
cided to sustain.
Oregon and South Carolina were the only other
States referred to the Commission and both of
these they directed to be counted for Hayes. The
Democratic members of the Commission voted with
their Republican associates to throw out the vote
of the Oregon minority elector who had received
the Governor's certificate. On this point they
were unanimous. But they voted according to
their party lines on counting the three votes of the
State. The Democrats wished to throw out the
vote of the elector who was found to be disqualified
and in whose place a qualified elector was chosen
by the elected qualified electors. They claimed that
there was no such thing as electing a disqualified
man, that it was void and there was no vacancy to
fill. So, too, in the South Carolina case they voted
as one man that the State should not be counted for
Tilden for whom it is not pretended it was carried.
But they voted by the usual eight to seven that it
should be counted for Hayes. The Democrats
were for throwing out the State altogether on the
grounds that there had been no registration of
voters as required by the laws of the State, and that
the presence of United States troops to preserve or-
der was an interference with State authority and
tended to prevent a fair and fearless election. The
two States however, like Florida and Louisiana,
where the contention had been more spirited and
meritorious, were by a majority of one allowed to
Hayes.
A faction of the Democrats, annoyed at the ac-
tion of the Commission, has been doing all it could
to defeat the timely conclusion of the count. It is
led by Mr. Field a lawyer from New York who as
the Counsel of Tweed and the late James Fisk, ac-
quired a not altogether enviable reputation in the
use of technical and dilatory devices. Smart and
unscrupulous, he came to the assistance of the
Democrats after having voted for Hayes, and has
inspired the parliamentary strategy by which it
was hoped to put over the appointed day the inau-
guration of the qew President. The Democrats
who had most to do with constituting the Commis-
sion, who had most reason to apprehend defeat by
the ordinary processes of counting the electoral
votes, explain their present contumacy by saying,
that the Commission by not looking into the frauds
charged, have failed to do what they were formed
to do, and that therefore, their decisions are not en-
titled to respect. A more discreet part of the De-
mocrats, mostly Southerners, will not follow their
turbulent brethren, and while denouncing also the
action of the Commission, act with the Republicans
in preventing adjournments and dilatory efforts to
delay the count. On Thursday morning all but
four States had been counted, and two of these
four being for Tilden will be counted without ob-
jection. As to the other two, if the House of Re-
presentatives preserve the temper and purpose to
prevent delay and maintain the rules they have
adopted to govern the count, they must be reached
and passed upon at one, or certainly at the next
adjourned, session. So that, with a day or two to
spare before the close of the week which ends the
incumbency of President Grant, Hayes, his success-
or, will be declared President by a majority of one
vote, secured to him by popular majorities of less
or little more than a thousand, in two States which
have been hesitatingly allowed him by a majority
of One in a Commission of fifteen. It is too close
all round and all through to be comfortable.
It should be said that during the long controv-
ersy now on the edge of termination, Hayes has
behaved well. Unlike his adversary, he has shown
no "uncommon anxiety" to be President. Until
the last week he has kept silent, and now in answer
to farewell ceremonies at home before he leaves for
the capital, he speaks modestly and guardedly and
will not allow himself to be hailed as President un-
til ,he is regularly and officially declared to have
been elected. Tilden, on the other hand, is be-
lieved to direct the proceedings after the vote, as he
did before it. It has been shown that money was


used and furnished by Tilden's friends to influence
the certificate to the minority Oregon elector and
purchase his acquiescence. The telegrams showing
this corrupt bargain went to Tilden's house, were in
cipher, and though generally addressed to Tilden's
nephew and active manager, one of them and a
very important and significant one, was to him.
Tilden says he knew nothing about it, though he
does not and cannot say that he was not and is not
ready to benefit by. the bargain too corrupt for him
to be ostensibly connected with. His'political and
professional experience has taught him to believe
that every man has his price, and some of his for-
mer associates would buy or bid for a Bishop if
they wanted one. He hasalways -been held to be
above the worse part of his political associates in
integrity and character, and in the Oregon business
he needs that the charity of the belief be still ex-
tended to him.

SUBSCRIPTION LISTS
For Brangman's and Bassett's Widows and Fami.
lies. Additional contributions since mentioned in
our last issue.
For Brangman's Widow and Children.
Friend 0 10 0 J. H. Darrell, 5/ per
Brigade Major 0 5 0 month for 12 months.
Chas. Williams 0 2 0
For Bassett's Widow and Children.
Friend 0 10 0 1J. H.. Darrell, 6/ per
Brigade Major 0 5 0I month for 12 months.
On List at Messrs. Wainwright, Gorham Chs. A.Deshield 0 4 0 Danl. Richardson 0 2 0
A Friend 0 1 0 Godfrie 0 4 0
On List at J. B. Heyl's, Es'r.
Austin...... ................... .. 0 2 0

The Inspectorship of Warlike Stores at Bermuda,
vacant by the appointment of Lieut. J. P. Cundill
to the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, has been given to
Lieut. T. W. Radcliff, R. A.-Armg and Navy Gaz-
ette, Feby. 3.


11TH CO. R. E. AMATEUR THEATRICALS.

On the 23rd, 24th, 26th and 27th February the
11th Co. Royal Engineers gave Dramatic Perform-
ances in the Theatre Royal, Prospect. Last week
the first two were noticed by one of our correspon-
dents. On Monday and Tuesday the performance
commenced, as on the previous evenings, with the
Drama of "Green Bushes," in 3 acts, by J. B.
Buckstone, Esqr. This drama, like all Mr. Buck-
stone's works, affords ample opportunity for good
scenery and effects, and good acting; and in each
of these details the 11th Co. were certainly success-
ful. The scenery and effects were by Corpl. Gor-
don, R.E., and too much cannot be said in praise
of the satisfactory manner in which he accomplish-
ed the task. The "Donnybrook Fair" secene and
the pictures at the finish of the first and second
acts, with the snow scene, were all that could be
wished for-a fact which was evinced by the hearty
applause by the audience. The character of Con-
nor O'Kennedy was admirably rendered by Corpl.
Gordon, and that of his younger brother George
was well sustained by Corpl. Macdonald. The por-
trayal of Wild Murtogh by Corpl. Hallett was un-
doubtedly a success, .introducing an original'song,
by Sapper Coulter, written in a peculiar strain to the
well-known tune of Tommy make room for your
Uncle." The travelling showman Grinnidge and Jack
Gong, his man, were very comically played by Sap-
per Burns and Corpl. Ingram. The remaining male
characters, particularly Captain Dartois (Sapper
Olphert), Paddy Kelly (Sergt. Meredith), and the
Village Smith (Sapper Tobin), were done ample
justice to. On the faithful acting of Bugler Grace
as Miama-on which depended the great success of
the piece-too much praise cannot be bestowed.
The Nelly of Mrs. Meredith was indisputably good,
by whom the song of the piece, Green Bushes,"
was very well sung. Mrs. Douglass gave a very
pathetic and effective rendering of Geraldine. Miss
Douglass, a promising little actress, of scarce five
summers, played the part of Eveleen exceedingly
well for one so young. The other female charac-
ters-Meg (Corporal Clarke), and Tigertail (Sergt.
Loxdale)--were very well represented. In fact the
entire piece was a success. The Farce of Boots
at the Swan" concluded the performance on the
first night, Master R. Thomas playing Peter Pippin
very well. "Found Drowned," an excellent Farce
written by C. Finch, 11th Co. R.E., terminated the
proceedings on Monday; and on Saturday and
Tuesday the performances concluded with a Con-
cert. Corpl. Gordon and Sapper Mann "brought
down the house" in the Dancing Quakers," and
Corpls. Sadler and Gordon were equally successful
in the Policemen" (duet) and the Opera Bouffe of
"Blind Beggars." The singing of the Glees by
the Club, "The Sexton" by Corporal Clarke, the
Village Smith" by Corpl. Lubbock, the "Victim-
ised Young Man" by Sapper Burns, and the Reci-
tation Shamus O'Brien" by Corpl. Gordon, were
also very successful.
Much praise is due to the Committee and Sergt.
Douglass, the Manager, in particular, for the high-
ly satisfactory manner in which everything passed
off. We understand the Club intend playing again
shortly, when we heartily wish them the success
they so well deserve.
We would wish before closing to record our high
opinion of the masterly manner in which the String
Band of the 46th Regiment performed the music
required for the Piece and the Concert, also the
musical selections during the intervals.

SCIENTIFIC LECTURE AT MECHANICS'
HALL.
Dr. Hamlin, from the United States of America,
late Medical Superintendent of the Lunatic Asy-
lum, Washington City, on a visit to these Islands
to recruit his health, delivered a very interesting
and most instructive Lecture, (we are informed, for
we were not present,) to a large audience in the
Mechanics' Hall, on Thursday evening last. His
Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Lefroy, Miss
Lefroy and Miss Bartiluchi, and Lt. Carpenter, 87th
Regt., acting A D.C., were present. The audience
were very attentive and eagerly drank 'in the won-
derful descriptions of the many tiny insects especially
with which our Island abounds-some so small as to
. escape our notice in our daily walks, but which
when subjected to a powerful microscope exhibit
beauties in nature that we have no conception of;
nor would we credit them, forgetting that the
great architect in his infinite wisdom has adapted
everything to a purpose and clothed it in. beauty
often invisible to the vain lords of creation. Even
Solomon in all his wordly pomp, we are told, was
outshone by the modest beauty with which nature
has clothed the lily of the field. The Lecture was
a very instructive lesson in the goodness and wis-
dom of the Creator as displayed in His manifold
works. His Excellency the Governor at the con-
clusion thanked Dr. Hamlin and congratulated him
on his success, and, Mrs. Lefroy added that she
trusted his efforts to please had not fatigued him
in his impaired health.

CRICKET.
A Cricket match was played on Wednesday last
on the Prospect Cricket Ground between an eleven
of the Garrison and the Town of Hamilton, which
resulted in an easy victory for the Military. The day
was all that could be desired for a cricket match,
and the Band of the 46th Regiment added to the
enjoyment of the afternoon by playing a choice se-
lection. Score as under:-
HAMILTON.


1st Innings.
R. Gray, b. Cpl. Risk
A. Gilbert, b. Cpl. Risk
Hon. H. Fowler, run out
A. J. Darrell, b. Cpl.
Risk
S. H. Gilbert, b. Pvt.
Jones
J. C. Watlington, b. Cpl.
Risk
B. T. Gray, b. Cpl. Risk
R. F. Hunt, b. Cpl. Risk
W. Masters, b. Pvt. Jones
T. Misick, b. Pvt. Jones
E. Walker, not out
Extras


2nd Innings.
11 b. Lt. Ashby
1 b. Lt. Ashby
0 b. Lt. Ashby

8 l.b.w., b. Dr. Ring

0 b. Pvt. Jones

1 b. Pvt. Baldwin
0 b. Pvt. Baldwin
0 b. Pvt. Baldwin
2 b. Pvt. Jones
8 l.b.w., b. Baldwin
0 not out


34 53

PROSPECT GARRISON.
Corpl. Risk, R.E., b. Darrell............... 0
Corpl. Murray, 46th, b. Darrell ................ 0
Pvt. Jones, 46th, b. Darrell.................... 35
Dr. Ring, A.M.D., b. Darrell.................. 8
Pvt. Baldwin, 46th, b. Darrell.................. 1
Lieut. Bor, R.E., not out...................... 83
Lieut. Ashby, 46th, b. Darrell................. 0
Lieut. Verschoyle, 46th, l.b.w., b. Gilbert........ 0
Lieut. Eden, 46th, b. Darrell................. 10
Sapper Willard, R.E., b. Misick................ 5
Pvt. Povey, 46th, b. Misick..................... 2
Extras 14

168

"TIMEs" ROME TELEGRAM.-JANY. 17, 1877.-
The Coral fishers of Torre del Greco are with con-
siderable enterprise making preparations for an
unusually distant expedition relying on their special
knowledge and their particular aptitude for resisting
the extraordinary fatigues connected with their cal-
ling. They are fitting out six vessels of much greater
size than any they have hitherto employed, with
the intention of proceeding early in-the Spring to
the rich coral reef newly discovered between the
Bermuda Islands and Nova Scotia.


Late from the United States and
Europe.
The Mail steamer Canima, Capt. Liddicoat, in
83 days from New York, arrived in port yesterday
morning. We have our customary files of Ameri-
can papers to the afternoon of 1st inst. They con.
tain European dates of the 1st, from which we ex.
tract.
For late New York papers we are indebted to
Capt. Liddicoat, First Officer Whitter, ,Purser
Gale, Mr. Harding and 2nd Engineer Miller of the
Canima, and Mr. J. Nelson, passenger.
Gold in New York on the 1st 1041.
Prices Stock, New York Market, March 1:-
Delaware and Hudson 49;.
Morris & Essex 1st 114J Morris & Essex 2d 1021
Morris & Essex con 80 Morris & Essex 7's '71 100J
Morris & Essex 1st. e g 93.
The Grand Dukes Alexis and Constantine left
New York on the 28th ult., to join their ship at
Norfolk.
The tone of Russian opinion is peaceable.
The Servian Skuptschina bad adopted Turkey's
conditions of peace.
The Turco-Montenegrin armistice has been pro.
longed twenty days for negotiations.
A Famine is anticipated in Asiatic,Turkey,-
The Marriage .of the daughter of the Duke
d' Montpensier to the King of Spain has been fixed
to take place in April.
Advices received by the Spanish "government
from Havana, announce that the Cuban insnree.
tion has practically'ended. u c '

Mr. Meldon (Liberal). member for the 'County
of Kildare, has given notice ii the House of Com-
mons that he will on March 27;, call attention ig the
correspondence between Great Britain and the
United States on the Extradition Treaty, anid will
move that it is desirable to find some means to
reconcile the provisions of the Extraditioni Treaty
with the act of 1870.
LONDON, Feby. 26.-In the House of Lords to-
night Lord Stratbheden moved an address to the
Queen praying for measures to prevent hostilities
in the East, secure adherence to the treaties of 1856,
and promote the welfare of the races subject to the
Sultan. He urged the Government, by the accept.
ance of his motion, to declare that they would ad-
here to the treaties so far as Parliament would
permit them. By their thus taking up a more de-
cided attitude than, hitherto little doubt would
remain that the peace of Europe and Asia would
be secured, .I
Earl Grey made a strong anti-Russian- spedh.
He deprecated interference betweeed the Turks and
their subjects.
The Earl of Derby combated Lord Stratheden's
argument that England's treaty obligations were
unchanged whatever might be the result of the
conference. He said this argument, carried tots
logical conclusion, involved the consequence that
if the Powers once bound themselves by treaty to
protect a State, they must still continue bound even
if the State wilfully acted against their wishes,
Lord Stratheden's motion was rejected without
a division.
At Cork on Sunday the 25th February the trant.
fer of the corpse of Col. O'Mahony to the Dublin
train was the occasion of an immense popular de.
monstration in his honor. The London paper,
however, say the demonstration was a failure.
LONDON, March 1.-The principal news from the
East is the ratification by the'Great Skuptehina of
Servia of the conditions of peace' agreed t6 by the
Servian representatives at Constantinople recently.
Servia has secured very favorable terms under the
circumstances, and if Russia should make-up her
mind to go to war to-morrow the conditions of
peace between Turkey and Servia will not stand
much in her way. The Turkish troops will be re.
moved -from Servian soil and a breathing space al-
lowed the little principality to recruit her shattered
strength before the final struggle for existence
comes, which Turkey must make sooner or later.
Russia awaiting the Replies.-PThe Czar's govern.
ment is believed to be of the opinion that after the
issue of the Circular an unfavorable reply from any
of the Powers would seem to compel it to a course
of action which might not be prudent, and it is
said to be desirous of coming to a resolutionfun.
fettered by such considerations.
The "Times" on the Situation.,-The Times, in a
leading article, says :.-" We do not think there is
much prospect of an agreement of the Powers to
give Turkey time to effect the reforms proposed by
the Conference." The article concludes as ffol-
lows:-"We need not inquire what probability
there is that Russia will disband her armies be.
cause the Porte is willing, three yeats hence, to re-
sume the Conference and to review its decision on
the subject of guarantees."
General Ignatieff's Movements.-A despatch from
Vienna says the Political Correspondence publishes
the following telegrams from St. Petersburg:-.
"General Ignatieff will soon leave for Vienna
Berlin and Paris. Military operations during the
present season are improbable."
Will Russia accept Half Measures?-"The opin-
ion that Russia will content herself with a united
demonstration of European fleets in the Bosphorus
is by no means in harmony with the programme of
the Russian government."
Roumanian Finances.-The Vienna despatch says
it seems that the financial question has at last
turned the scale in Roumania. M. Sturdza. the


new Minister of Finance, Yrefuses to accept
office unless three radical measures were adopted,
viz., reduction of armaments, sale of State domains,
and increase of taxation. Consequently not oaly
have no reserves been called out, but 4,000 of the
standing army have been disbanded. The Minister
of War has tendered his resignation, but the other
Ministers seem convinced that the foregoing policy
is the only way of avoiding a financial collapse
which is imminent.
A special commission is to ,be appointed to re-
ceive all funds destined for the payment of interest
on and the reduction of the State debt. v
Distress in Asiatic Turkey.-The Times to-day
publishes a letter from Pera, dated February 23,
which says:--" The condition of most of the Asiatic
provinces of Turkey in consequence, of the drain of
men from agricultural, labors to the army is des-
cribed as deplorable, and almost sure, if continued,
to lead to a more disastrous famine than that of
1874.
Germany and France on Fliendly Terms.-Accor-
ding to despatch from Paris the Moniteur says it
has authentic information that the Emperor Wil-
liam recently expressed to the French Ambassador
at Berlin his sincere satisfaction at the complete
accord between the French and German represen-
tatives at the Constantinople conference.
CONSTANTINOPLE, February 27.-An understand-
ing was finally established to-day between the
Porte and Servia. The Turks will evacuate Ser-
vian territory within twelve days after the signing
of the protocol. The Servian delegates will sub-
sequently hand the Porte a note giving guarantees
for the future. The note will treat of four points,
viz : The erection of new fortifications in Servia;
the hoisting of the Ottoman flag side by side wiih
that of Servia on existing forts; recognition of
equal rights of Jews and Christians, and the pre-
vention of armed bands from crossing the frontier.
The questions of the appointment of an Ottoman
agent in Belgrade and the future ownership .of
Little Zwornik are set aside for the present.







BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE,


There is a report that Sir Frederick E. Chapman
would like to serve another term as Governor of
these Islands. Sir Frederick would receive a hearty
welcome in Bermuda.
We understand from very good authority that the
present Governor of Newfoundland, Sir John
Glover, has applied for the Government of Ber-
muda.
Colonel Laffan, RIE., has, it is said, gone or is
going to Australia.
.87th Foot.-Lieut. J. L. Steavenson to be In-
structor of Musketry, vice Lieut. H. Gardener pro-
moted.'
Sapt. Beaumont, 20th Regt., died at Scarsdales
Villas, Kensington, London, on February 3, in the
35th year of his age.
The Army and Navy Gazette of the 3rd, 10th and
i17h February can be seen at our Office.
Captain Hugh Campbell, R.N., who was only on
the 8rd of January last appointed to the command
of the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, and who
died from typhoid fever at Hampton Court Palace
on Monday last at the early' age of 39 years, was
.second captain ip the Galatena 26. captain the Duke
.,of Edinburgh, from Deaember, 1866. until Septem-
,* her, 1868, and in the Victoria and Albert, Captain
the Prince of Leniningen. .G.C.B., from Jan. 1,
14869, until posted Jan 1, 1872. 'He was captain
of the Royal Naval College at Greenwich from
i 7February, 1874, until March, 1875, when he was
appointed to the Undaunted, 81, fitting at Sheer.
ness for the flag in the East Indies of Rear Ad-
miralIt. J3. Macdonald, anil remained until Octo-
ber, 1875, and was captain of the Bellerophon, 15,
Sflag ship, on the North Ameican and West India
Station, of Vice Admiral Sir A. Cooper Key,
S C.R., from Feb. 1 to Aug. 31, 1876.-Army and
Navy Gazette, February 17.
Tbe Death of Sir William Furgusson, Bart.,
F.R.S., is announced as having taken place at his
residence in George Street, Hanover Square, Lon-
do6A on the 10th ultimo, after a tedious illness
'*rom exhaustion, supervening on dropsy, and
Bright's disease. He was in his 69th year. He
removed to England in 1640 and was then ap-
pointed Professor'of Surgery in King's College.

MORRELL A"D O.cCLL.--The marriage of Mr.
John H. Morrell, of this city, a gentleman well and
honourably known both in this country and abroad,
,to Miss Minnie McColl, daughter of Duncan Mc-
Coll, Esq., also of this city, took place at the resi-
dence of the bride's parents, on the twentieth inst.
The ceremony wasperformed by the Rev. Dr. Thos.
Gallaudet, in presence of a few relatives only. Mr.
Morrell, with his amiable bride, started immediate-
ly upon a Southern and Western tour, accompanied
by his charming daughter Maude. Mr. Morrell is
the owner and sole proprietor of Morrell's Ware-
, libuses and Safe Deposit Vaults. The news of this
w notable and "well assorted" marriage will afford
- pleasure to their numerous friends and acquaintan-
ces, and bids fair- to prove a very happy union.-
SMew :Yorlk Home Journal, February 21.

BIftTH. at Dudley, Paget, on Tuesday last, Feby.
S27th, the WIFE of Mr. Henry B. Smith, of Twin SoNs.
.........., inl this Town on the morning of the 4th, the
W, of Air. D,,E. Seon, ofa SON.
MA1RIiD, on the 29th January, at the Somerset
Wesleyan Methodist Church, by the Rev. C. M. Tyler,
FREDERICK SIMgS, to ADRIANNA BAILEY, both of Som-
" ersefl .. '
...' ..., at St. Peter's Church, at .ioon on the 3rd in-
stact, by the Revd. F. T. F. Lightbourn, Rector, MR.
THbOMAS PEACOCK PERRY, late of British Barque
Stella, to MARY F. FOSTER, widow of the late Ralph
Fogter.-(Bermuda papers please copy.)
S'..;......, in New York, on Tuesday 20th February,
by the Revd. Thomas Gallaudet, D.D., at the residence
o f-th' Bride's parents, JOHN H. MORRELL, ESQR., to
MINNIE eldest daughter- of Duncan McColl, Esqr.,
all of that City.-No Cards.
: -7 ume


'DIED, in this Town on the 2nd instant, in perfect
snhn-misirn to the Divine will, HENRIETTX ADELAIDE,
widow of the late Samuel S. Lee, aged 43years; leaving
foijr young children to early feel the loss of a fond
mother's care. "God's will be done.o"-(Com.)
;.......,at the Hamilton Hotel, on Saturday last,
March 3, Dr. P. R. Holly, of Stamford, Conn. U. S.
........, in Paget Parish, on Monday, (yesterday)
the 6th of March,, 1877, WILLIAM BADCOCK, a native
of Devonshire, England, in the 44th year of his age;
leaving a widow, 4 children and others to lament their
loss. -, (Exeter, Devonshire, England, and Halifax,
Y.8,., papers please copy.)
Mr. Bad6eock was well known in this and the neigh-
bouring ;Parishes, where he has chiefly resided for
some years Ias a mot exemplary man, conspicious for
his sobriety, industry and strict integrity.
g^ The Members 6f th6 Bermuda Mechanic's As-
sociation are requested to ineet at the residence of the
late Brother Badeon'k at 4 p.m., this-day, for the pur-
pose of forming procession.
., ,A. G. MONTAGU,
'Rec. Secy.


NO PARADE IN CHARLESTON ON WASH-
INGTON'S BIRTHDAY.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Febraruy 21, 1877.-In ac.
cordance with the commands of President Grant
and the proclamation of Governor Hampton,
Captain Gilchrist of the Washington Light Infant.
ry, which company had made every arrangement
to celebrate, with other companies of the city,
Washington's Birthday (to-morrow), has issued
the following order:
HEADQUARTERS WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY,
Feb. 21, 1877. "
CoMRADES-We have been denied the privileges,
as citizen soldiers who bear the name of Washing-
ton, of manifesting our respect to the immortal
memory of the Father of his Country on his birth-
day. The orders of the Chief Magistrate of the
Union which Washington founded have brought
about this extraordinary result. No act of arbi-
trary power could have occasioned greater surprise.
In consequence of these orders Governor Hampton
has called upon us to postpone our public celebra-
tion to some more auspicious period, which he
hopes is not far distant. In conformity to his pro-
clamation the parade, oration and presentation of
the portrait of Washington, arranged for the 22nd
inst., are hereby deterred until the arrival of a day
when it- will not be deemed unlawful to comme-
morate the civic virtues of the illustrious founder
of the Republic. R. C. GILCHRIST, Captain.
All the companies which were to have partici-
pated in the ceremonies of the day were likewise
notified, and at a meeting of the commanders of
the several organizations to-day it was determined
that there would be no demonstration whatever.
The community, while feeling deeply insulted, pre-
fers to. submit quietly and allow the fact to go out
to the world that Washington's Birthday was cele-
brated in every State in the Union, except South
Carolina. The President's order has had a marked
effect upon the lower class of negroes, who have
been very insulting during the day, and accept it
as a testimony of their superiority to the whites;
they, having celebrated Lincoln's Birthday and
Emancipation Day with armed parades.
The Washington Light Infantry received invita-
tions to-day from the Savannah Blues and the
Clinch Rifles, of Augusta, to celebrate the 22nd in
those cities, but they declined, with thanks, adopt-
rig the suggestions of Governor Hampton, and de-
ferring their parade until a mQre auspicious occa-
sion.


+ W ftton1

On Tuesday next,
6th instant,
At Hunter's Wharf, St. George's,
At 11 o'clock, sharp,
THE BARK


With all her Appurtenances.
The Vessel is very strongly built, has full
complement of SAILS, ANCHORS, CHAINS,
&c., and can be put to sea at no great expense.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Agent.
Hamilton, MKarch 2, 1877.

For Benefit of Owners, Underwrit-
ers and all Concerned.

BY AUCTION,
WILL BE SOLD,
AT ,gi-NxAmiR'S WHARF,
IN THZ TON,m
AT 11- O'CLOCK

This Day, Tuesday,
The 6th Instant,



SPARS, SAILS, RIGGING,
&c., &o.,
Of Bark "MODESTA," DIAS, Master,
Which Vessel put into this Port in Distress on
a voyage from Fayal bound to Boston, and
abandoned on Survey and Estimate.
J. S. DARRELL,
Agen.
St.. Georges, Bermuda, )
March 6, 1877. j

BY AUCTION,

To-morrow, Wednesday,
7th Instant,
Immediately after the Sale of the Clipper
"EXPRESS,"
Which will take place about Noon
At the Wharf,
I WILL SELL.,
.It the Old Stand,
Sro sionz, rp (oo,

TVi 'rNU; r II'1A
CROCKEIRL GLASS WARE
MISCELLANEOUS, &c., &c.
JOHN HARNETT,
Auctioneer.
Hamilton, March 6, 1877.


7WE "WVZL 2,LL,

AT AUCTION,
*1i our Stores,
At 12 o'clock,


On Thursday next,
8th Instant,

25 DRUMS CODFISH, 1121bs.
each
75 Sugar Cured HAMS
30 Pieces BACON"
8 Doz. CHERRIES
3 Half Chests Oolong TEA
25 Boxes SOAP
50 Reams Wrapping PAPER
5 M Feet White and Spruce Pine LUMBER
planed
1 M PICKETS
SCANTLING 2x3, 3x3, 3x4
ALSO,
9 J| EN'S VESTS 14 Elastic BELTS
4 Doz. TUMBLERS
*7 Doz. Steel COLLARS, Men's, for Volun-
teers
11 Gross BLACKING 11 Gross MATCHES
Boxes CEREALINE and CEREALIA
Gold Leaf TOBACCO Long TOMS
12 Doz. INK
26 Large Bottles SAUCES, assorted
42 Small Do. DO.
- 7 Bottles PICKLES
51 Doz. SALMON and Shell FISH
Seed SOWERS Men's SHOES
Tin CANS VALISES HOPS
Garden SEEDS
AND,
1 Light Buggy H4II.wESS

I Milch COW.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneer4*


Hamilton, March 5th, 1877.


JOHN BASIL,
F ORMERLY of the Village of
Markyate Street, near Luton, Hertford-
shire, England, respectfully informs the Inha-
bitants of Bermuda that he has Opened
10 JOBBRL'G SHOP,
At Albuoy's Point, Hamilton,
For Repairing of Housekeeping Articles, in Tin,
Coppe:, Iron an I Brass-waie.
All kinds of Cutlery ani Tools ground.
March 6, 1l77.


New York Mail Steamer.

She Steamer


CAPT. LIDDICOAT,
Will leave hence for New York

On Thursday,
8th March, At I P. V,
ALL MAILS close at Post Office at 10 a.im.
8th inst.
Specie and Parcels received until G p.m. Wed-
nesday, 7th inst.
Produce and Freight received until 10 a.m.
Thursday, 8th, and Bills of Lading signed until
11 a.m.
Passengers respectfully notified that the Stage
will be removed at 12-30 p.m. 8th inst.
Holders of Return Tickets are requested to
present them to this Agency for endorsement,
prior to the ship's leaving.
Sufferance Warehouse to be cleared on Sat-
urday, 10th. Consignees are requested to pay
their freight by that date.
TROTT & COX,
Agents.


West Front Street, March 6, 1877.
Colonist copy.

Wanted!


About
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY
FIVE POUNDS
To defray the expenses on the Cargo, Salt, ex
Brigt. W. A. Ileney," Taylor, Master, at this
Port in distress; to be secured by Responden-
tia Bond. Said Cargo to be Shipped hence
by the A. I. Bright. Glance," Hill, Master, for
New York.
Parties willing to advance the Same will
please forward Tenders to the Subscriber at
his Offico by noon of
THURSDAY Aext, the 8th.
J. S. DARRELL.
St. Georges, March 5, 1877.

BY AUCTION,

On Friday next,
The 9th Inst., At 12 o'clock,
ON PSnN :WZAIP%,
SUNDRY


Ex French Bark MISTI," Captain Rio-
geau, (which put into this port in distress on
a voyage from the Phillippine Islands bound to
New York,) condemned on Survey and ordered
to be sold for benefit of whom it may concern.
W. C. HYLAND & Co.,
Agents.
St. Georges, March 5, 1877.

Notice.
i R. J. H. TRI1INGHAM, JUNIOR,, hav-
ing beeirnadmitted into Copartnership, the
Business hitherto conducted in the name of J.
H. TRIIMINGHAM & SON will be continued
in that of
J. H. Trimingham 4. Sons.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM.
March 5th, 1877.-3


. Notice
To Growers and Owners
O'F BZiYiTT.-jA PR0itDUC 3
IN consequence of the great increase in ship-
ments of Produce to New York since the
season of 1874 we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made through us but with-
out being responsible for the net proceeds until
paid to our order in New York, which will be
given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense
of the Owners interested, and Owners will
clearly understand that all the dangers of tran-
sport are borne by them.
TROIT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, )to 0th June, 3p.
January 9, 1877.


F0O I L MRE It PO L,L
CALLIN;- AT QUEENS'Tl)VN,
Carrying the United States Mail
from New York
ON TUE SDAY.
Steamships
WYOMING sails March 13, at 3 p.m.
WISCONSIN sails March 20, at 9 a m.
DAKOTA sails March 27. at 3 p.m.
NEVADA sails April 3, at 9 a.m.
IDAHO sails April 10, at 3 p.m.
MONTANA sails April 17, at 3 p.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in ocean
travel, perfect ventilation and light.
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.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
9 Bto.tdway, New York.
March 1, 1877.


Contracts for


To the Lunatic Asylum.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
MARCH 5TH, 1877.
SEALED TENDERS will be re-
ceived at THIS OFFICE on or before

THURSDAY,
The 15th instant, at Noon,
From Persons desirous of entering into all or
any of the undermentioned Contracts, viz.
Supply of BREAD,
(" MILK,
Fresh MEAT, Salt and
Preserved MEAT,
GROCERIES,
POTATOES and other Vegetables,
FUEL.
<" CANDLES and Kerosene OIL.
Probable quantities required, to be ascer-
tained by inquiry of the MEDICAL SUPERIN-
TENDENT, who will also furnish any other
information.
CONDITIONS.
1.-The Contracts to commence on the 1st
of April 1877, and to run to March 31 1878,
to be determinable upon three months' no-
tice being given by either party, such notice
to be given on the first of the month.
2.-The Contractors will be required to enter
into Bond, with two approved Sureties, in
one-third of the approximate annual value
of the Articles to be supplied, for the due
fulfilment of the Contracts.
3.-The Articles must be of a quality to be
approved by the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT,
and be delivered at the Asylum on such days,
and at such hours, as he may direct.
4.-An Invoice, regularly numbered, must be
sent with every delivery, and will be detain-
ed by the OVERSEER, who will give a receipt
with corresponding number.
5.-Every delivery is to be covered by a writ-
ten Order; the Orders and Receipts will be
produced to the Committee of Quarterly
Accounts.
6.-The Bills and Books will be made up
Monthly, and certified by the MEDICAL SU-
PERINTENDENT.
7.-Payments will be made Quarterly.
8.-If from defect of delivery, or from unsuit-
able quality, the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT
is obliged to obtain Supplies elsewhere, the
Contractor for the supply of the Articles
deficient or unsuitable will be liable to any
expense incurred.
9.-Each Tender must be inclosed in an En-
velope, addressed to the COLONIAL SECRE-
TARY, and marked on the outside "Tender
for Supplies to the Lunatic 'Asylum."
10.-Forms of Tender, required to be used for
the service, can.be obtained at this Office.
By Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
2 Colonial Secretary.

,


A LL Persons wh
against
TREE
Under any pretence
Lands at the Flatts i
of RICHARD DOWN
JENNINGS, now of
out of Bermuda.

March 1, 1877.


B B RM UD-\,Alias
SOnaHRS' ISLANDS,
By Ws Excellency Major Gen-
eral JOHN HENRY
[L.S.M.i] TFROY, C. B.,
[L. S. !1Governor 8f Command-
1J. H. Lefroy, er-in- Chif and Vice.
Governor and Commander- Admiral in and over
in-Chief, these Islands, trc., 8Sc.,
8c.
I 'rodaulation,
V FtIEREAS on the Night of Tuesday the
twenty seventh of February instant, the
CROPS O)F ,R. RHEN TY FENNE[R, living on
the North Shore; Pembroke Parish, were want-
only ravaged and destroyed by some person tn-
known; I do th before issue this MY PRO-
CL 11\ATION, and do hereby offer a Reward
of
TWENTY POUNDS,
For such information as shall lead to the con-
viction of the offender, and a proportion not ex-
ceeding half of this Reward may, upon the re-
commendation of the Magistrate, be paid,
although conviction shall not follow.
A Free Pardon will be given to any person
concerned, not being the principal offender,
who shall give the required information.
Given under my land and the Great
Seal of these Islands this
twenty eighth day of Febru-
ary 1877, and in the 40th
Year of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His Excellency's Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
Colonial Secretary.
God Save the Queen.

Notice to Public Officers.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
MARCH 3, 1877.
IS EXCELLENCE THE GOVERNOR,
with the approval of the Right Honor-
able the Secretary of State for the Colonies,
hereby prohibits SALARIED PUBLIC OF-
FICERS, with the exception of the Police
Magistrates, taking part in SALVAGE ARBI-
TRATIONS OR BOARDS OF MARINE SURVEY.
By Command,
JAMES TUCKER,
2 Colonial Secretary.

THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE E
r1THAT the SOUTH ROAD IN SMITHS'
PARISH from the junction of the roads
at the Wesleyan Chapel, to the top of Hill
near the Parish Churh,
WILL B1 CLOSED
ON


omsoever are again warned V
The 7th Inst.,
SPA &ING "Until further orders, for the purpose of under-
whatever, on any part of the going certain improvements and alterations.
in Hamilton Parish, formerly Parties going to the Parish Church and over
ING JENNINGS and( HENRY Knapton Hill are requested to take the cross
their lheir-at-Law residing road at the junction of the cross road and
middle road near the residence of Captain
W. H. DARRELL. Webb. % ._ I


I Notice.
I l LL Persons having BILLS against the Un-
dersigned are requested to render the same
by the 1st of May next, and all Persons Indebted
to him will please forward their Accounts by the
above date without further notice.
DUDLEY HOLLIS.
Crawl, March 6, 1877.-2

Dunscomb & FrIith,
COQ!ISSIOT ? jZERCHANT33
No. 40 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
To Consigners of

To above address I beg to offer my services in
facilitating Shipments, &c., as heretofore.
HOWARD E. DUNSCOMB.
Hamilton, Feb. 13, 1877.- 6 3p


FOR REN T.

A very comfortable and conve-
nient
n Dwelling House
In the Township of Hamilton, for Rent from
1st April, 1877.
For further particulars apply to
H. J. ATWOOD,
Hamilton.
March 6th, 1877.

For Sale,

A Roan


With or without Harness. Very quiet to drive.
Late the property of Lt.-Colonel MEARES,
1-20th Regt.
For further partieul.rs at ply to
LT. J. J. LEVERSON, R.E.,
Prospect.
March 5, 1877.-5
HALIFAX, N. S., February 27.-THE NOVA Sco-
TIA GREAT SEAL.-To-day in the Assembly the
Provincial Secretary stated that correspondence
shortly to be laid before the House, would bhow
conclusively that the alarm regarding public acts
and documents (owing to a supposed illegality in
the great seal) was totally unfounded.


Hamilton, 5th March, 1877


Try it.


P. NESSI,
Colonial Surveyor.


Try it.


Steam-Sliced
SMOK.,D BEEF,
AND

Shredded Codfish,
A Fresh Lot Just Received.
ALSO
A few Boxes ORiANGES.
W. T. JAMEJVIES.
March 5th, 1877.

Unclaimed Letters.
W N Averill, Jas A Anderson, Dessal Alexander,
Henry Anstruther, G H Bell, T P Burch, Mrs E L
Bland, Thos Breckenridge, F W Cooper, Ella 0
Carpenter, Oath S Conyers, Fran is H Collymore,
Miss A Costello, Francis Conyers, Wm Chalme's,
Thos Dill, Geo Eve, Antonio George, J B Gibbons,
Geo S Gibson, B Gardner, Mrs Harrington Harvey,
Mary Hooper, Morrison S Hollis, James Harriott J
J Harvey, W B Hill, Mrs E Heath, Letitia Ann
Jones, F J Jones, John S Johnson, Theodore Landy,
H Lochward, Daniel G Lane, Mrs Meiny, N J
Machin, Rev R R Morris, Wm Morgan, W H Monck,
Edmond Marshall, H E Murray, Miss R Oudney,
Thos H Outerbridge, Joseph M Place, Marice Perry,
Helen Robinson, Wm Ross, Eliza J Smith, J Fred
Smith, Henry D Smith, J M Smith, Jno Smith,
J Falconer Smith, Wm A Searles, Jas Smith, Wm
D James Smith, B W Smith, Laura Simonds, Elean-
or L Swan, Mrs Sims Shirley, Sarah Swap, Octav-
ious Swan, Julian Tucker, Joseph Trott, Mary S
Taylor, Rosina Troti, Mrs R E Tucker, Dr Pa k B
Tucker, WmJ Tucker, Benjamin Trott, Jacob Trott,
B T Trott, Mrs J N Washington, B A Whitely,
Robert Whi,,, Peter Williams, Sarah J. Wells.
Post Office, Hamilton, March 5th, 1877.
MAILS for England, Unitel States and Dominion
of Canada, per Steamer .anima, close at t re Post
Office, Hamilton, ON THURSDAY NEXT at 10 a.
m. Letters by the Forenoon Mails will be in time.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE, ST. GEORGES, 5th March, 1877.
Thomas Albuoys, B Bargoron, Thomas D Burch,
Mrs Barrett, Mr Baines, Capt Alexander Crai', J S
Darrell, Richard Dill, Denice B Davies, John Evan,
Edwin Eckerson, John Benj Fox, Elizabeth Johnson,
, Joseph B rnmo:zs, Miss Matthie, Mrs Millar, Joseph
Stone, ,1Mag:ir(; Simmons, Ann Smith, Mrs Wm
Smith, Aug u-iius Swan, John Smith, Edward
Thompson, Martha Tacklin, J H Upton, Robert
White, Ann Duffy Wernthal.


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A RIDE TO KHIVA: Travels and Adventures in Cen- which must be, sol
tral Asia. By Fred Burnaby, Captain, Royal Horse be attempted, but
Guards. Second Edition. Cassel, Petter, and Gal- lie must be explic
pin. It is by no means extraordinary that we should with "the liberty
have had to learn that the first edition of this most Capt. Burnaby w.
important and invaluable book was "' sold out" at his own expense
within a very few hours of its publication, and purposeof ascertain
that the second is already so far exhausted that a third what Russia is rev
is being as rapidly prepared as possible, so great is the or the idea that is
demand, on all'hands, for it. It can be also no matter ed on good author
of surprise that, in the present anxiety concerning as to steal a marc
the relations between Great Britain and Russia, this spring on India.
should be the case, for Captain Burnaby's Ride to irresponsible, ar
Khiva" is a fitting supplement to Colonel Baker's dare to keep si
"Shadows in the East"-a book that was reviewed conduct in recall
soon after its publication in these columns-which, have known-or:
first of all, could not fail to be the means of opening done so-that he
the eyes of those of our own countrymen-who will inestimable value
not believe or admit how treacherous a Power Russia nor pass census
is, and insist that our Government ought to make is explained -
common cause with her against Turkey-to the fact, tion but, so
that, in spite ol all her asseverations to the contrary, February, this n
she is steadily advancing towards our Indian frontier, Houses, 'and be i
bent upon wresting the dominion of that brightest mination. Happ
jewel in the British Crown from us, as she is to ob- to what the Russ
tain, if not by fair, at least by foul means, possession actually doing ii
of Constantinople. The humanitarians amongst us, learned all he war
of the Gladstone, Bright, and Liddon type would have ed-not to return
us believe that it is better for us to have Russia as our sooner our politic
next neighbour, on the side of Central Asia, to India, themselves acqua
instead of the Turkestan population, because of her for it will tend to
being a Christiin Power, whilst those, who are being is placed in the a
jerked out of their homes, cuckoo-fashion, are of the lomatic agents, tl
hated Mohammedan race. If Captain Burnaby has most unscrupulous
done no other service in performing his superhuman but too manifest.
feat of crossing Russia and entering Turkestan in the sion, and determi
depth of winter, than annihilating the absurdity-not in spite of their
to say the cold-blooded heartlessness-of such a fal- good will.
lacy, he deserves the warmest acknowledgments our
countrymen can confer upon him. He has shewed SCARLET ]
incontestably, in fact, that nothing else than deceit
and guile go out" of Russian "lips," and that the Dr. G. B. Bee
more they protest about their peaceful intentions, and to the Tribune o
their honourable designs, the greater is their treachery, in regard to the
their honor" being simply of the "Joseph Surface" of those terrib
character, by an appeal to which that egregious scoun- diphtheria and e
drel first awekens Lady Teazle to an understanding of years that the fa
his real intentions, and excites heralarm, no less than diseases are ver3
her disgust, in Sheridan's immortal comedy, The School has been known
for Scandal. Anything more infamous than the pro- contagion is dism
ceedings of Russia in this locality can scarcely be con- the learned Frei
ceived. The Russian Ambassador befooled Lord of the microscope
Granville two years ago with the pledge that Russia torula, or yeast
would not, and had never intended to, take possession of bread and bee
of Khiva; and yet the falsehood had scarcely been from germs or si
deliberately uttered, than lo, and behold! one fine in other forms of
morning the startling news arrived that they had the first clue to
killed and taken possession" of that important key to promise an
of the position, which the officers of the Tzar had the first time to
been forming as the very strongest point d'appui they idable diseases.
could adopt for their future attack upon our Indian under microscol
possessions-a deed, about which, had the present moist animal t!
Government been then in power, Russia would have would in three
thought twice, before she perpetrated it, but which croscope reveal
she was but two well aware she could then do with of minute living
impunity, without fear ofeven being called to account, reproduction.
much less of being speedily brought to book, for her sample of the ai
insolent treachery. The Gladstone Government, by ary atmosphere
means of their organs, excused that act as of no great in which they v
moment, and attempted to palliate it by assuring the all floating part
public that it would be better to have a friendly Power seed or germs of
thus close to our Indian frontier than a horde of Asiatic life float in the
savages! What the actual intentions of Russia really exposed for their
are, Capt. Burnaby fearlessly exposes, whilst thus The next step
explaining the reason why" Russia is bent upon her made by a Get
purposes of annexation, and sewing the wherefore studied a diseea
thereof, as well as what inevitable results must happen Europe was kno
to ourselves. He says: eropestrci
"The Kokandians and Khivans have not had the yin the blood ofrt
opportunity of putting forward their side of the ques ing parasites in
tion, so, as is naturally to be supposed, the Russian yplped within
generals have invariably carried the day. Indeed, we when introduce
cannot wonder at the Tzar's officers in Turkistan be- wenuld repintroduce
ing so eager to continue in their line of conquest. would reprodu
Taken for the most part from poor but well-born fami- tion in regard
lies, having no inheritance but the sword, no prospect have demonstral
save promotion, they thirst for war as the only means bee's statement,
at hand for rapidly rising in the service. A life in diseases in whicl
Central Asia in time of peace is looked down upon border closely w
with contempt. With everything to be gained by propagated by tl
war and nothing by peace, we need not be surprised point was how t
should every little pretext be sought for to provoke hen they found
reprisals on the part of the native population. Europe discovery appear
then hears of the cruelties committed by the brutal discovery appea
fanatics in Central Asia, of Russian magnanimity, and of soda, which h
of Mohammedan intolerance. disinfectant and
"*Exeter Hall is quieted by the idea of a crusade trying as if by
against the Mussulmans. The lust for conquest is that induce ferm
clothed in a garb called Christianity. The sword and of these noxious
the Bible go forth together. Thousands of the natives disorders. Alt
are mown down by that evangelical weapon, the lacked energy to
breechloader; and one day we read in our morning at last it was dis
newspapers that a territory larger than France and carbolic acid, a
England together has been added to the. Tzar's do- the work. Corn
minions. sulpho-carbolate
Fr *" But it does not signify, observes some of our no unpleasant ta
legislators. The sooner Russia and India touch each use in hundreds
other the better. How much better for India to have the blood and tii
a Russian neighbour on her frontier instead of the thoroughly disin
barbarous Afghans! Russia herself is apparently well (poisonous) effec
aware of the advantage of having civilized neighbours ory: and now fo
on her western frontier: as it is, on that frontier she the communicate
is obliged to keep concentrated two-thirds of her AtMontague,
available forces. People in this country who advocate fever prevailed as
the two empires touching are not perhaps aware that But in the family
our Indian army would then have tobeincreased to three four of his neigh
times its present strength, and in spite of that pre- where the sulpho
caution there would be less security for ourselves." all escaped the d
"As one four contemporaries has pertinently re- the like good fort
marked-" Capt. Burnaby found the difficulties ofen- suburbs of Chica


tering Central Asia, vid Russia, fully as great as they inroads upon ma
had been represented; and, between fair words and lies, in the midst
letters of introduction, professions of ignorance of entire immunity
the route and limited permission to advance, he might ventive. From I
well have been puzzled. At more than one station ning of winter, di
the passage of foreigners was absolutely prohibited, extent, and the pt
and he only got through by his knowledge of the of a family writes
language, or the inability of inspectors to read his use of the reed
passport. On arriving at Kazala, near the mouth of as a preventive
the Syr Daria, he was allowed by the Commandant to eluding his long
proceed, it being assumed that he would go at once to ment, Dr. Beeb,
the Fort of Petro-Alexandrovwk, near the river Oxus be multiplied ad
in the territory lately acquired from Khiva. Had he been said to ind
done so, he would never have reached the capital; worth a still m<
but, suspecting this, he made a dMtour, crossed the earnestly comment
Oxus into the Khanate, and found his way to the cap- of health in all on
ital, where he obtained an audience of the Sovereign. ward this mode of
He had intended to proceed thence to Bokhara, but profession and af
his further progress was arrested by a message from that my name she
the Russian authorities,' inviting' him to recross the commend the treat
river and go to Petro-Alexandrovsk, where a telegram dence in me."
awaited him !"
", I was greatly surprised," he says, to find that any
one took so much interest in me as to despatch a tele- W 0, F.
gram so many thousand miles, and put himself to the
expense of having the message forwarded from Tash. 1
kend, where the telegraph ends, to Khiva, a distance
of 900 miles, by couriers, with relays of horses. It REID 8
must have cost a large sum of money sending that
telegram, and I began to be a little alarmed, thinking
that perhaps I should be asked to pay for it."
With excellent taste, equally becoming both "a Jas. G-
gentleman and an officer," Capt. Burnaby gives no ex-
planation of this extraordinary interference because
of which that enterprising soldier was at once Sol 9nSa 0.
believed to be an imposter, and treated as a ST. GEOR
mere prisoner on parole, and compelled, against
his will, to return by the way he came to St. Peters-
burg That a British officer-free at that moment Examinations ma
from the control of the Horse Guards, because of his Examinations ma
being then on furlough, when he had the right, as a expen se.
free-born Englishman, to go where he pleased, and to May 9th, 1876.


LITERATURE.
From Bell's Weekly Messenger.


bee, of Chicago, has communicated
f that city a very interesting article
cure by newly discovered remedies
ly destructive infantile diseases,
scarlet fever. It is only in recent
act has been established that these
y contagious, and scarcely anything
as to the processes by which the
seminated. The labors of Pasteur,
ach investigator, who, with the aid
ne, was able to demonstrate that the
plant, upon which the fermentation
er depends, is a vegetable growth,
weds planted and springing up as
f vegetable life, appear to have given
o these investigations, which seem
ability to the medical faculty for
cope successfully with these form-
By another series of experiments
pic scrutiny, it has been found that
issue exposed to the atmosphere,
lays undergo putrefaction, the mi-
ng, at the same time, the presence
g organisms capable of motion and
These organisms appeared in every
aimal matter exposed to the ordin-
but never where the atmosphere
were exposed had been deprived of
sidles of dust, thus proving that the
f these minute organisms of animal
air and are sown in animal matter
ir reception.
in the progress of investigation was
rman named Koch, who carefully
ase which in Russia and Eastern
wn as a splenic fever, and proved
e. By the microscope he discovered
those afflicted with this disease liv-
great numbers, which rapidly de-
their bodies, seed-germs which,
i into the blood of a living animal,
ce the parasite and develop the
allel line of thought and investiga-
to other diseases seems at last to
ted the fact, according to Dr. Bee-
that diptheria and scarlet fever,
hi the blood and fluids of the body
upon putridity, are induced and
these infinitesimal germs. The next
to destroy those germs of disease
d lodgment in a patient; and the
rs to have been made that sulphite
as long been known as a powerful
as possessing the property of des.
magic the germs of the yeast plant
mentation, would destroy the germs
parasites which induce such fatal
hough readily soluble, the sulphite
render it at all times effective, and
covered that in combination with
more powerful antiseptic, would do
abined, the article is called the
of soda. It is odorless and has
aste, and the statement is, after its
of cases, that by its administration,
issues of the human body may be
fected without exciting any toxic
t by the dose. So much for the-
r the practical results, as cited in
on referred to.
Mich., the present winter, the scarlet
s an epidemic, and 40 children died.
es of James Dalton and three or
bours, including nineteen children,
carbolate was used as a preventive,
disease, and no other families had
;une. At Maplewood, one of the
go, the scarlet fever made severe
ny families, but four or five fami-
t of the epidemic influence, enjoyed
by using the medicine as a pre-
Tolebo, Ind., where, in the begin-
iphtheria prevailed to an alarming
physicians were powerless, a father
s under date of Jan. 18, that the
y "had fulfilled all expectations
of the dread disease." In con-
g and carefully prepared state-
ee says "these examples could
libitim, but enough, perhaps, has
icate at least that this agent is
ore extended application, and I
id it to the attention of the boards
ir large cities. In bringing for-
f treatment I give it first to the
terward to the public, desiring
muld appear only so far as it might
atment to those who have confi-


BASCOME, M.LD,
F.A.A., D.S.,
STREET, HAMILTON.
EAST END.


. Lawrence,
ise Con tractor,
GES and HAMILTON,
IERMUDA.

de and Leaks stopped at small


sed, without having to endure the
asking permission -should have been
mystery, which has yet to be, and
lved. Some sort of explanation may
t THAT will not do. The British pub-
itly informed why this interference
of a British subject" took place, when
as doing nothing else than travelling
se, as a private individual, for the
ining, at great personal risk and peril
ally doingin Central Asia, and wheth-
s prevalent here in England is found-
rity, that she is sneaking onwards so
hand then, tigerlike, to make her
Happily our public officers are not
nd the authorities can no more
lence as to his most extraordinary
ing Capt. Burnaby, when he must
if he did not know, he ought to have
was doing his country a service of
. We will neither impute motives
re upon them, until this conduct
we hope to the public satisfac-
surely as Parliament will meet in
matter will be brought before both
investigated with the utmost deter-
pily for the information at home, as
ians really are, and what they are
n Central Asia, Capt. Burnaby had
nted to know before he was summon-
n home-but to St. Petersburg! The
cians and the public, therefore make
inted with that information thebetter,
Convince them that the less faith that
sseverations of the Czar and his dip-
he more likelihood is there that those
is individuals will be foiled in their
and positive objects of insolent aggres.
ined hostility towardsour own country,
pretended assertions of amity and

FEVER AND DIPHTHERIA. I


(lays.


Orders Promptly Attended to.
Ha milton, October 26th, 1876.


Win. James Heney,


BROKER,
AND
Commission J.gent,
HAMILTON, BERMUI)A.

For Rent,
In the Town of Hamilton,
Comfortable
BEDROOMS',
Well furnished and at reasonable rates.
Apply at the Office of this Gazette.
Hamilton, Feby. 6, 1877.-Ipd tf

"Eau" of Dr. tIoltz for
HAIR DYE.

frHIS WATER is of an entirely vegetable
composition, and its use is quite inof-
fensive.
Thanks to this peculiar quality which gives it
no rival, DR. llOLTz's Hair Dye has not the
disadvantage of the other preparations which
give to the hair an unnatural vulgarly color.
Guided by his medical knowledge aud his
great chemical experiences, Da. HOLTZ has
succeeded in the discovery of plants, which give
the richest balsamic dyeing and curative essen-
ces, and it is by this study that he succeeded te
compound a dye which may be styled as tho
Regenerator by excellence of the chevelure.
GENERAL WAREHOUSE. IN PARIS,
La Correspondence Parisienne.
4 Rue de la Tacherie, 4.


o m ers e t Li


very


STABLES,
NEAR NAVAL CRICKET FIELD,


B. Crawley (Mail Contractor),
PROPRIETOR.
Horses and Carriages, (with Experienced Dri-
vers,) obtainable at all hours on accomrnoda-
ting Terms.
October 24th, 1876.



BULL'S HEAD LIVERY
STABLE S.
DANIEL G. LANE -- Proprietor.
HAMILTON-


Branch Establishment, St. George.


T HE Proprietor of the above Es-
tablishment having just returned by the
Canimna" from New York, and brought with
him a number of NEW CARRIAGES and
Stylish YOUNG HORSES to add to his already
well selected Stock, begs to thank the Public of
Bermuda generally for their past Patronage and
hopes for a continuance cf the same.
Strangers visiting the Islands are particularly
requested to call and give the above Establish-
ment a trial before going elsewhere.
Hamilton, Sept. 19th, 1876.



Notice of Removal.

MR, ALFRED JOtLDAN,
Dentist,
Has Removed to St. Georges,
And may be consulted there in Kent St.,
daily, between 9 a.m. and 5 o'clock.
October 10, 1876.

Protection against F2ItE
AT THIE MOST MODERATE RATES
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO V1PANY
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain,

Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on IaEAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY fo 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no ClHARGE lor Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,


Agent.


Hamilton, September 9th, 1865.


1877.


New Year's Stock
FOR PRESEATS,-AT LOW
PRICES, S
CONSISTING OF:-
W ATCHIES CLOCKS
ol JEWELRY (English and American)
Solid SILVER Silver PLATEDWARE
Pearl Bone and hlair GOODS
SPECTACLES, &c.
Making in all, as suitable a collection for the
public as any ever offered before.
C. S. HITTER,
Next west Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, December 18, 1876.

Theodore Outerbridge,

HAMILTON
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri.


Jauuary 18, 1877.


Agents,
29 Broadway, New York,


Brown Windsor Soap
Glycerine Cold Cream
Pure Glycerine Soap
SOAPS Marshmallow Soap
Elder Flower Soap
Carbolic Acid and Glycorine
Soap
Medieval Perfume
EXTRACTS FOR TEn Jockey Club Bouquet
HANDKERCHIEF Extract of Ylangilang
Ess. Boquet, &c., &c.
( Marrow Oil
POMADES Crystal Cream
Exquisite Pomade, &c., k.
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, Violet Powder,
Rosemary and Cantherides Hair Wash,
Toilet Vinegar, and every description of Toilet
and Perfumery
Manufactory,
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Depot-PARIS.


THE BLOOD!
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FtOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOo from
l d. ALL IMPURITIES, whether arising from youth-
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Cures Old Sores
Cures Ulcerated Sores in the Neck
Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs
Cures Blackheads or Pimples on Face
Cures Scurvy Sores
Cures Cancerous Ulcers
Cures Blood and Skin Diseases
Cures Glandular Swellings
Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter, from
A whatever cause arising.
As this mixture is pleasant to the taste and war.
i ranted free from mercury-which all pill and most
medicines sold for the above diseases contain-the
Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test


its value.
Thousands of Testimonials from all Parts.
Sold in Bottles 2s. 3d. each and in Cases,contain.
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manentcure in long standing cases, by all Chemists
and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any
address on receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by
F J CLARKE, Chemist, High Street, LINCOLN.
Wholesale Agents:-
BA CLAY & SoNs,LoNDos, AN ALL THEWHOLESALE
HOUSES.


PERFUMERY,
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the very
best English manufacture. For its purity and great
excellence it has obtained the following
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867. CORDOVA, 1872.
LIMA, 1872. VINNA, 1873.
PHILADELPHIA, 1876.

ATKINSON'S CHOICE PERFUMES
I For the Handkerchief,
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano..
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let. And all other odours, of the
finest quality only.
3ltkinson's Florida Water
A most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicest
Exotics.
ATKINSON'S QUININE HAIR LOTION.
A very refreshing Wash which stimulates the skin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth of the
hair. -
ATKINSON'S
ET'lEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER,
A powerful Perfume distilled from the finest flowers
ATKINSON'S QUININE TOOTH POWDER
VIOLET POWDER, MACASSAR OIL, GLY-
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And other specialities and general articles of Per.
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the World, and of the Manufacturers
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24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
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CAUTION.-Mesrss. J. & E. ATKINSON manu-
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Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counterfeits by
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WYOMING sails Feby. 6, at Noon.
DAKOTA sails Feby. 13, at 3 p.m.
IDAlHO sails Feby. 20, at 10 a.m.
NEVADA sails Feby. 27, at 3 p.m.
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RIGOLLOT' S
MUSTARD PAPER
FOR SINAPISMS OR PLASTERS;
Adopted by the Hospitals of Pars, Field
and Military Hospital, by the
English Royal Navy and
the French National
Navy, &c.

To retain the whole of the properties of Mustard
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quantity of the remedy, are the problems which Mj
Rigollot has solved in the most conclusive and saa
tisfactory manner. Rigollot's Sinapism in leaves
will, therefore, be found in every family, for the
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disorders.
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Annuaire thdrapentique ann6e 1868, p. 204.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The precious quality of Rigollot's Paper in cases
of great gravity, is that of acting very rapidly. It is
an important Healing Agent. To children, weak,
and nervous persons, I strongly recommend the fol.
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ter according to the will or condition of the patient
viz., to put one, two, or three leaves of wet blot.
ting paper between the Sinapism and the skin.
An old piece of fine linen may also be employed
instead of blotting paper.
Beware of Imitations.
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