BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 22.-Vol. L.
STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS.
24s pei- \IIII
I Tesday,, MaUy
Auction Sale of Old Stores.
Will be Sold,
3. W. WAZLER & Co.,
At Her Majesty's Victualling Yard,
The 1st June, At noon,
ISCUIT Blue CLOTH, No 1
SERGE DRILL JEAN
Black Silk HANDKERCHIEFS
BLANKETS TUNICS, Marine
TROUSERS, Drill WRAPPERS
Iron TANKS LAMPS LANTERNS
TUBS JARS BOTTLES
Chests DRAWERS Clothes HORSE
OTTOMAN Linen SCREWPRESS
, BATHS MATS LAMPS
'TEAPOT CARPET MATTING
Floor CLOTH MIRRORS
VALENS CLOCK STOVE, American
BOLSTERS PILLOWS MATTRESSES
Mosquito CURTAINS Bed SPRING
H. M. Victualling Yard,
12th May, 1877.
',.; For Sale.
::An American Carriage,
If not Sold will be raffled, 35 Members at 1.
A Four Wheeled CARRIAGE, with moveable
And a Quiet MARE, accustomed to be driven
either by Lady or Gentleman,
HARNESS, and Stable KIT,
Fine Young BOAR Good Breeding SOW
Dining TA L E with Leaves
Deal TABLE without leaves
Money CHEST Writing D ES K
SCUBBOAItDS Round Tin BATH
Bottliug MACHINE Dutch OVEN
Set&of Drawing Room Fire IRONS
GRIDIRON Mosquito FRAME
Single Iron' BEDSTEAD
Child's Iron COT
Pair of Spirit DECANTERS
Large LAMP Round Brass CLOCK
6 Dinner KNIVES FILTER
Ice Water FI LTE It
$ Six Chamber REVOLVERS, &e.
,To BE RAFFLED.
A T IANO 25 members at 10s
S- An old fashioned Hall CLOCK, 14
Members at 5s.
Apply at Office of this paper.
T HHE Undersigned hereby inform those IN-
DEBTED to them, that their balances
MUST be settled in full by the 31st Instant;
no excuse about short Crops, &c., will be taken.
After that date Accounts Unsettled will be placed
in Legel hands for Collection.
BELL & YOUNG,
No. 1, West Front Street.
Hlamilton, May 21st .1877,-2 pd.
A LL Persons are forbid TRESI'ASSING on
,the Half-share of Land belonging to the
rotate of the late W. E. Newman, Esqr., willed
and entailed by Wm. Periston, his lawful be-
gotton heirs. The Undersigned is the lawful
heir. All Cattle found Trespassing on said
Land after this date will be Empounded. Per-
sons Planting on the Land will please take
away their Produce as it ripens. All Persons
TRESPASSING on the Land after this date
will be dealt with as the Law directs, without
respect of Persons.
ROBT. T. PENISTON.
Smiths Parish, April 21st, 1877.-3 pd.
ALL Persons having received
Their Accounts to 31st December last, and
who may receive them during the present mouth
will please give them their immediate attention.
DONALD M'PHEE LEE.
P.S.-Person having Accounts will please
enderr the same on or before the 31st May inst.e
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1877.
4 Public .Meeting
be held in the School Room, Ireland .s-'
land, at4 P. M,
Vice Admiral Sir A. Cooper Key,
K. 0. B., F. I. S., Commander-in-Chief,
in the Chair.
For the purpose of furthering the object of
providing a Sailors' Ilome at Somernet.
22nd May, 1877.
From Gr great Britain
The Undersigned has just received
Per Alpha," via Halifax,
SPRING and SUMMER
Which are now being opened, and will be
offered at very moderate prices, at his old Stand
No. 39, Front Street.
J1IJSS 9 EVE'S SCHOLARS,
Assisted by a few Ladies and Gentlemen,
Intend giving an
On the 30th of this month
At the TOWt'HIALL,
(Which is kindly loaned by the Mayor),
For the benefit of the Widow and
Child of the late JOHIIN PENISTON.
The EXERCISES will consist of
Singing, Piano Music, Tableaux and Rt(-
citations, interspersed wiith Music
from the ALEXANI)RINA
(Admittance) Reserved Seats 1/6. Unreserved
1/. Children 6d.
TICKETS may be obtained at the door, also
at Mrs. Martha Robinson's (Lane), Mr. J
Place's, Mr. F. Tongues'.
DO ORS opened at7A o'clock. PERFORM-
ANCE to begini at 8 o'clock.
Hamilton, 21st May, 1877.
*. 1t te f, i n 2
ALEX. J. FRITH. 't/ "" "
Hamilton, 21st May, 1877.-S T HE Undersigned has decided to
HAMILTON HOTEL, close his Business
May 22nd, 1877. On 30th JUNE JNext,
T HE Undersigned having taken And respectfully informs all Persons INIDEBT-
over the Hamilton llotel, for the Sum- El) to him to make an early Settlement.
mer Months, is prepared to furnish BOARD) All ACCOUNTS remaining unsettled after
and LODGING on reasonable terms. Every that date will be placed in legal hands for Col-
attention will be given to the Comfort of those lection.g
who may le pleased to patronize the above THOS. H. PITT.
JAMES COCHRAN. Ilamilton, April 16th, 1877.
Trhe, Paet a Wn nr ivr, A 1 T nD MANr- UA
AT the request of the above mentioned So-
ciety, we beg respectfully to acquaint the
Public, that the only acknowledged P. arid W.
C. S., still exists under its only acknowledged
Master Mr. T. R. DARRELL, to whose able
management it owes its great success and its
popularity. Their unprecedented success has
caused the formation of another P. and W. 0.
S., (?), but the real P. and W. C. S. (so named
by ex-Governor J. H. Lefroy) needs not to assume
another's name to obtain patronage, for the fami-
liar faces of its members have been so often
seen that their patrons have only to witness
their reappearance to unanimously agree to their
honest claim to that name. The records of the
P. and W. C. S. (together with communications
and requisitions for professional attendance) in
our possession, will still further testify the
honesty of their claim.
JAMES ANDERSON, Secretary,
H. H. RAYNOR, Dep. Secretary,
May 22nd, 1877. P. and W. C. S.
Potatoes, Onions and
For which highest market prices will be paid.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 2nd April, 1877.
Halifax Built, Four Wheel
Fitted with shafts and pole for single or dou-
ble harness, with set of Double Harness com-
plete ; convertible into single or double harness
For further particulars apply to the FLAG
LIEUT., Clarence Hill.
Clarence Hill, May22nd, 1877.
TO LE T,
That desirable and convenient coun-
try residence known as
Outbuildings comprising, Stabling, Coach-
house, Barn, &c., and considerable planting land.
Immediate possession of llouse. Terms rea-
sonable. Apply at Office of this Paper.
May 21, 1877.
A CHESTNUT MARE
4 years old, quiet in Saddle and Harness. Fast,
willing, free from all vice. Clever and believed
to be sound. Sold in consequence of the term-
ination of the Paper Chases.-For further parti-
culars apply to the BRIGADE MAJO0R, Head
Quarter Office, I lamilton.
May 21, 1877.
A -jL~j ij iJt 1i Z niagailisL the ILs-
tate of M RS, ELIZA MI. HIGGS, Widow
of the late Robert Hliggs of St. Georges, are
requested to be sent to Wm. T, Roberts, Agent,
on ov before JUNE 5th.
All Persons INDEBTED said Estate are
required to make Payment by above date.
MARIA A. HIGGS.
ELLENOR A. HIGOS,
Philadelphia, May 16, 1877.-3
TWO ORDERS which were sent
to me last Month for Painting I never
received ; they, it seems, fell into the hands of
another party. All Orders left on the Slate at
the Door of my Shop from this date, will be
punctually attended to.
T. H. MILLER,.
Reid Street, Hamilton,
May 3rd, 1877.-4
May 7, 1877.
SA HO USE,
(Or Site for Building)
Suitable for a Sailors' Home,
Near Somerset Ferry.
Details concerning purchase or Rent, &c., to be
REVD. C. [I. HARBOR,
Parsonage, Royal Yaval Yard.
For Barbados and
To Return Direct,
THE FINE SCHOONER
Will Sail as above
The 31st Instant,
WVill take Freight out and back.
,This Vessel being quite New and a very quick
Sailer will give great satisfaction to Shi'ppers.
B. IV. WALKER 4. CO.,
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1877.
A Dark Brown
And a Bay M.l ILE, well adapt-
ed for Farm Work.
Apply within the next ten days to
W. H. JONES,
22nd May, 1877.
it as jns t I t I cce i red,
Ex Schr AMary B. Tower,
'Ihe following Articles,
Which are offered Cheap for Cash,
(BLS. F. Family FLOUR
Barrels Corn 31 E \L
barrels B. E. PEAS
Dried API'LE B131s. Pilot BRIEAf)
Granlated SUGAR Bis. Kerosene OIL
S" LBsEF J Barrels Thin Mess PORK
Bags CORN Boxes COI)FISHI
Boxes Assorted BISCUITS
". Layer RAISINS Boxes FIGS
CHEESI Boxes Babbitt's SOAP'
Half Chests (Oolong TEA
Tubs Superior BU'TTER
T. H. PITT.
Hamilton, May 14th, 1877.
I F you want your Velveteen, Cloth or other
COATS, Silk or Cotton UMBRELLAS,
&c., D)YED, or your Silk Hfats CLEANED and
SHAIPED, call at
A. G. SMITH'S,
General Clothes Renovator,
Corner of Church and Burnaby Streets.
HIamilton, May 15th, 1877.
Teneriffe Onion Seed.
HE Undersigned has assumed
the Agency of the late MR. JOHN D.
And expects to receive the usual Supply of that
Article in September next.
fl" Parties whose names hrave-been on Mr.
Bell's List for a considerable period, will please
inform the Undersigned if they wish to continue
List for coming Seaison open at Office of
S. S. INGHAM & CO.
W. E. TALBOT.
Hamilton, April 14th, 1877.
desirous of Consigning
M.essrs. Middleton 4 Co.,
Will please call upon
Mr. SAML. A. MASTERS.
Who will attend to the Shipment of their
Hamilton, Feby. (, 1877.
M II. CIIAS. E. CLk Y, has opened his eve-
ning CLASSES (Mondays and Thurs-
days from 7 to 9) for Instruction in Latin,
French, Mathematics, English Language, Lite.
rature and General Book-keeping. Any young
Gentlemen wishing to Read with him are invited
to address him on the subject at his residence
Stone Haven," Hamilton.
April 9, 1877.
W. O. F. BASCOME,
REID STREET, HAMILTON, EAST,
Has Received a supply of the fol-
PR EP .IR. TIOV'S
FOR THE TEETH
Put up by the well known Dentists Messrs. GA-
BRIEL, Ludgate Hill, London.
SEI)ADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORALITE TOOTH PASTE, for Cleansing
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth a
VWHloTE GUT'TeA PERCIIA ELNAMEL, for
Stopping decayed Teeth
OSTEO-ENAMEL STOPPING, warranted to
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
ODONTALG1IQUE ELIXIR, celebrated
Hamilton, March 26th, 1877.
Empty Flour Barrels.
For sale by
St. Georges, April 12, 1877.
Private Board 4'Lodging
Ladies and Gentlemen,
MRS. E. A. NEWMAN,
StoneHaven, Reid Street,
Novr. 6, 1876.-tf
To Farmers and others.
The Undersigned is prepared to give his PER-
SONAL ATTENTION to the Sale of
S-ermut a 3robuce,
In the NEW YOiRK MAItKET, and respect.
fully solicits Co:,signments from Farmers and
Persons wishing to ship to my address will
please call on T JAM
IW. T. JAMES,
W'ho 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-
Feby. 6, 1877. NEW YORK.
52 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
Consignments of PI'OD)UCE 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.,
February 12th, 1877.-tf
To Farmers and Shippers of
r r-nta 0 r oDiu .
lain-Ig 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 consignments you may forward to
this Market. 1 will endeavour to realize the
highest Market prices, render Sales and Remit
MR. THOSE. H. PITT.
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. 4. JUDGE,
With Messrs. O'Connor & Judge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
5m New York.
E. P. & N. H. Loomis,
And Dealers in
Potatoes, 4ipples, Oinions,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS.
No. 92 Barclay Street, N. Y.
Parties wishing to Ship to us will be facili-
tated in so doing by calling on MESSRS. B. W.
WALKER & Co., Front St., Hamilton, Bermu-
da, of whon they can obtain Stencil Plates
and be otherwise aided free of Charge.
January 1st, 1877.
New Year's Stock
FOR PRESEALTS,-AT LOW
CONSISTING OF :-
TV JEWELRY (English and American)
Solid SILVER Silver PLATE)DWARE
Pearl, Bone and Ilair GOODS
Making in all as suitable a collection for the
public as any ever offered before.
C. S. WHITTEIl,
Next iiest Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, December 18, 1876.
Printing & Stationery.
Royal Gazette Office,
Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets, Ilam
WHERE ALL KINDS OF
Is Executed with Neatness and Despatch.
At the Stationery Store adjoining the above
Always on hand, every variety of Articles ni
Also, Cricketing GEAR, 4&c., < cc.
Nov. 14, 1876. .
24s per %un
299 1 S 7 7.
&I t t e n t i o n .
M. FRITH, Master,
SBERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE
EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL BISER-
VATIONS taken under the direction of the Prinrcial
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea
0 0 0 0
1767 6 -0 143-6 49-4
79-3 -, '-2 139-6 58-6
-12. ,: 6910 95.0 64-0
75-1 68-0 112-6 61"6
72-7 66-0 135-4 61-2
173-03 148-8 53-8
73-1 G0-2 145-2 4182
Hamilton, May 29, 1877.
CUSTOM HIOUSE.--H A M 1 LTON.
May 26-Barque A. R1. Tucker, Baker, Whaling
Cruise, out 5 months ; 170 b1s. sperm oil; called foi
recruits and to ship oil.-Agent, John S. Darrell.
28-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York ; assorted
cargo to S. S. Ingham & Co.
3-Masted Schr. T. Harris Kirk, Cavilen, New York
onion box material, coal, empty b1s., bales hay, &c.
to S. S. Ingham & Co.
Mail Steamer Canina, Liddicoat, New York ; assorted(
cargo.-Agents Trott & Cox.
May 24-M. S. Bermuda, Angrove, New York ; 13,464
boxes onions, 3,010 bls. potatoes, 11,397 boxes and
97 crates tomatoes; 5 crates beets.
25-Brigt. Rover, White, Barbados ; 596 bis. potatoes
140boxes onions, 331 sugar hogshead shocks, 15'
empty casks and sundries.
26-Brigt. E. H. Adams, West, WhalingCruise.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
May 28-R. M. Steamship Alpha, Warden, St. Tho
mas ; mails and 24 pkgs. merchandize.-Agent, J
May 21-Brigt. Anne, Lambswood, Nassau; part o
25-Barque Stella, Sprague, Demerara ; 129,165 fee
28-R. M. Steamship Alpha, Warden, Halifax; mails
potatoes, onions and tomatoes.
Barque Nictaux. Masters, Barcelona, Spain; cotton
oil and staves.
In the Mail Steamer Canima on Sunday last front
New York :-Mrs. T. J. Gilbert, Mrs. Joseph Lusher
Captains H. H. Hollis and W. E. Meyer, and Messrs
T. J. Outerbridge and N. Lusher.-In Second Cabin
G. W. Browne, C. Thomas, G. Lewis.
In the Mail Steamer Bermuda on Thursday last for
New York :-Rev. Joseph H. Twitchell, Mr., Mrs. an
Miss Hughes and servant, Mrs. W. T. James, Mr. an(
Mrs. F. E. Vermitye, Dr. and Mrs. Craig, Messrs
Samuel Langhorn ( v: ark Twain,) W. Bentley, Edwanr
Reiche, and Captains F. H. Bassett and David Hamil-
ton, (Agent and Master of Schr. -Pioneer), and 4 in the
In the Bri.t. Rover for Barbados, Messrs. Eusebiu8
Lightbourn, Durham Dickinson, Walter Hayward
William Hayward, Capt. J. W. Harnett and Chas. A
The Eliza Barss from New York was signalled last
Schr. Leonora, Ronsey, at Philadelphia from Bermu.
da May 23.
Hence at Boston-fMary B. Tower on 19th A ay and
the John Douglas on 21st.
The Florence left London for Bermuda, 12th instant
The Steamer Bermuda does not return to Bermuda
immediately ; her place will be filled by the Alhambra
which vessel has undergone a special fitting for th(
The Bermuda has been chartered by the Cromwel
Line Company to run between Halifax, N.S. and St
John, N.F. She was advertised to leave New York for
H. M. S. Belleroph on, Flagship, with Vice Admira
Sir Cooper Key on board, went out to Murray's An-
chorage yesterday for Target practice and Torpedo ex-
periments, and returned to Grassy Bay in the evening
The Admiral will probably sail in the Bellerophon
on Tuesday next, the 5th proximo, for Halifax.
H. M. S. Wye, Staff-Commander Vyne, left on
Thursday last for England.
H. M. Gunboat Zephyr, Lieut.-Comer. LeCocq, ar.
rived on Tuesday last from Nassau, N.P., and left on
Saturday for Halifax en route to the Newfoundlan(
H. M. S. ArWus may be looked for from Halifax or
Friday or Saturday next.
A derelict vessel, bottom up, of about 60 feet keel, was
discovered to the Northwest of these Islands on Friday
last by the Pilot-boat Teazer. The T. towed her ii
near the shore, but was prevented bringing her further
by something (supposed her anchors and chains) tak-
ing the bottom. She has no metal on her bottom ; is
about 5 or 6 years old, and is supposed to be ladei
SQUADRON VS. WESTERN GARRISON.
This match was played on the llth May at Som.
set and resulted in favor of the Squadron by 2'
Lt. Anstruther, b. Cooper 1
Mr. H. Dawson, c. and b. Ring 38
Lt. Savile, b. Cooper 7
Lt. G. M.-Henderson, c. Wil-
kinson, b. Colquhoun 23
Lt. Chamberlain, b. Cooper 0
Capt. Aitchison, b. Ring 24
Mr, P. Henderson, b. Cooper 0
Dr. Stone, Run Out 7
Lt. Mainwaring, b. Ring 0
Lt. Holland, Not Out 0
Mr. Moore, Run Out 0
Run Out 8
b. Carpenter 3
b. Cooper 26
c. Bor, b. Coop-
Sergt. Cooper, b. Henderson .................. 0
Sergt. Adams, b. Henderson .................. 1
Lt. Carpenter, b. Henderson ..................20
Dr. Ring, b. Henderson ...................... 2
Lt. Radcliff, R.A., .b.w., b. Dawson............36
Corpl. Bloom, b. Henderson................... 14
Sapper Werfendale, b. Dawson................ 1
Lt. Bor, c. Aitchison, b. Dawson............... 3
Sapper Colquhoun, b. Dawson................. 0
Lt. Carter, Not Out.......................... 3
Lt. Wilkinson, b. Henderson................. 1
We understand that a charge made against one
Deborah Swan, of Sandy's Parish, for concealing
the birth of her child, is undergoing an investiga-
tion at the 1...!i.-- Office, Hamilton.
S veral large cases of Bermuda Fishes went hence
for New York in the Steamer Bermuda on Thursday
last, intended for one of the New York Aquariums.
I HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH DAY IN BERMUDA.
Her Majesty's Birth Day was kept last Friday, in
accordance with the official notice, and was observed as
o. holiday at the various Goverment Establishments in
these Islsads. Early in the day the Royal Standard
was displayed at the Royal IN aval Yard, at Mount Lang-
toni and at Fort Victoria, and from the Bellerophon,
the Flag ship of the Naval Commander-in- Chief.
All ofH. M. Ships at or near the Naval Yard were de-
rated with flags. The various Naval and military
Stations throughout the Colony, the Merchant ships
within our waters and all the Consulate and private
Staffs were adorned with colors.
At noon Royal Salutes were fired from the Flagship,
end by the Royal Artillery at Fort George.
The Troops at Prospect, consisting of the Royal En-
gineers and the 46th Regiment were drawn up in line
on the Cricket Ground at 11-45 a.m. for the inspection
of His Honor the Colonel Commanding, who after rid-
ing down the Line with his Staff took up his position
in rear. Vice Admiral Sir Cooper Key, K.C.B., the
Naval Commander-in-Chief with his Flag Lieutenant,
and a number of ladies and gentlemen were on the
ground. Precisely at 12 o'clock the Feu-de-joie com-
menced ; 3 rounds were fired, and a Royal Salute, witi
three eheers for Her Majesty, followed.
The Royal Engineers then changed front to the lefi
so as to bring them at right angles to their former
position. The Queen's Color was then Trooped by the
46th Regiment, and a very pretty sight it was, and one
not often seen in Bermuda. Lieut.-Colonel Bennett
the Commanding Officer of the 46th Regiment, acted
as Field Officer of the day, and the Trooping appeared
r to be admirably performed.
The Troops were then formed into line of Quarte:
d Columns preparatory to marching past.
His Honor the Colonel Commanding having taken
; up his position near to the Saluting Flag the Troop.
marched past in Column of Double Companies, ii
Mass of Quarter Columns, and finally in Line of Quar
1 ter Columns. After passing the Saluting Flag about
ts own depth the Brigade changed front to the Righ
on the 46th Regiment. and then advanced in Reviem
4 Order for a General Salute, after which the Troop
d were marched home.
The day turned out very fine, and the whole spectacle
s, was most interesting.
2 In the evening large dinner parties were given bi
His Honor the Acting Governor and by Vice Admira
Sir Cooper Key, in honor of Her Majesty's birthday.
Feux-de-joie were also firc-d at St. Georges and Boaz
and a march past took place at each station.
j. On Saturday morning the Royal Engineers an(
46th Regiment were drawn up in Line of quarter
columns on the Cricket Field for Brigade Drill, under
f His Honor the Colonel Commanding, the 46th Regi
ment having been formed into two battalions for th
t occasion, eight or ten different Brigade movement
were very well executed, and the troops returned t
.Froin the West Indies and Demerara
The R. M. Steamer Alpha, Captain Warden, ar
rived early yesterday morning from St. Thorns.
r, By the A. we are in possession of our usual ex
change files from that quarter.
BARBADOs.-The Bridgtown Club on the 23r(
April, presented Mr. W. C. Reeves of that Islam
Barrister-at-Law and late Solicitor-General, wit]
r an address and a purse of one thousand guineas, ii
d recognition of the many and valuable services ren
d dered to the Island during the late political crisis.
d It is said that Governor Strahan is about to visi
England on a matrimonial expedition and is likely;
e to be absent from 2 to 4 months.
JAMAICA.-The action for Libel brought by th
s late Governer Sir Wm. Grey against Mr. Gall th
, Editor of the Packet News Letter, has been ordered
. by the Home Government to be discontinued
There was much rejoicing at the news. Sir Wmn
t Grey denies having ordered the prosecution of Mr
" jRecruiting for the 1st W. I. Regt., has comment
, ced in Jamaica.
Mark Twain," the very amusing author, ha
. again visited Bermuda, but on this occasion he con
a cealed his nom de plume and none of his former ac
a quaintances here recognized him. His health, w
understand, is rather impaired, hence the reason o
l his desiring retirement. He arrived in the Ber
muda from New York on the 20th under the nam
r of Langhorn," and left in same vessel on the 24t]
as Samuel L. Clemens."
1 TRIBUTES TO REV. 0. PERENCIIIEF.
We have been handed copies of Resolutions of re
spect to the memory of the Rev. O. Perenchief, adopt
ed by the Vestries of the several churches over which]
a he has had charge. Not having space for them all, w
select the following which is from the Vestry of Chris
- Church (Swede's) his last charge, adopted at a meeting
a held on May 2.
d The Reverend O. Perenchief was a native of Ber
Resolved, That by the death of our dear pastor
Rlev. uctavius erencier, the rrotestant Jipiscopa
church has lost one of her brightest ornaments, Swede'
church the dearest friend that ever ministered to th,
spiritual welfare of her people, the congregation sus,
training a loss that will be long and keenly felt. No
only his own parishioners but the community at largi
will miss his ready co-operation and kindly words ii
all that concerned their welfare.
Resolved, That he was in full measure a clergyman
a true and sincere expounder of the rich treasures o
the gospel; that in his life we had found a character
full of beauty and nobleness. Only those who ha<
enjoyed his ministry and abiding friendship can ap
preciate his loss. He loved his people, was intimate,
with every member of the congregation, visiting then
daily in their homes, sympathizing in their trouble
helping them in their need, fulfilling all obligation
faithfully and conscientiously, and performing hi
work with an intensity rarely witnessed. lNothinf
apparently escaped his eye. His manner was irresis
tible. To all he had kind wordso-Lcheer aud hope
and by his genial courtesy rich and poor were stimu
lated to greater activity. To all he listened patiently
affectionately and attentively, and to all gave goo<
advice gently but with an appropriateness that en
deared him to all.
"1-in his duty prompt at every call,
He watched and wept, he pray'd and felt for all."
Resolved, That in Mr. Perenchiel education had on-
of its warmest defenders, an earnest champion, h
never wearied in urging its importance, and sough
to impress upon all the need of acquiring knowledge
I every measure inaugurated to promote it met wit]
his unqualified approval, and he was constantly ac,
tive in devising means to save those who had neve
enjoyed the advantages of religious care, or school
culture. His broad, catholic spirit embraced th
needs of humanity regardless of creed, sect or nation
ality, and like the Apostle Paul he was unwearyin
in his efforts to lilt up the fallen, and by precept am
example to lead all in the pathway trod by the Di
Resolved, That we who enjoyed the privilege o
listening to his teachings should treasure the sacred<
memories that cluster around his ministrations, anm
so apply them that our hearts may be purified mor(
and more until all are prepared to join him, when
parting shall be no more..
Resolved, That our heartfelt sympathies are extend.
ed to the sorrowing home-circle in their sad bereve
Resolved, That the church be draped in mourning
for the period of three months.
WAR OFFICE, May 4.-53rd Foot.-Lieut. Pulte-
ney Henry Murrayito be Instructor of Musketry,
vice Lieut. M. D. Messiter, reverted to Company
duty. 19th March, 1877.
-'- There will be a meeting of the PROSPECT GAR-
RISON CROQUET CLUB this afternoon, 29th instant, at
3-30. The Band of the 46th Regiment will perform.
From tihe United States and Europe.
The Mail Steamer Canima, Captain Liddicoat,
arrived on Sunday last. She was signaled soon
after 11 a. m. in the North-west and by 3 o'clock
she reached her wharf in this Haibour.
We are indebted to Captain Liddicoat, lst officer
Hitter, Mr. Gale, Purser, and Mr. Harding, for
papers up to the afternoon of the 24th instant.
Gold on the 25th 106lth, some sold at 107.
Shares in Delaware and Hudson Canal Company
Ex-President of the United States, Ulysses S.
Grant, left Philadelphia for England. Lord
Beaconsfield's Cabinet have decided that ex-
President Grant shall be received with all the
etiquette observed toward ex-sovereigns, and have
so informally informed the U. S. government.
The United States Ship-of-War Yantic returned
to Norfolk, Va., from the Pacific Station on the
22nd instant. The vessel was found so rotten that
the Captain deemed it necessary to leave her guns
at Cape Town.
The Steamer City of Brussels has been again
spoken with, and would it was thought reach
Queenstown on Saturday last.
Seven men were crushed to death and several
others seriously injured in the launching of the
Steamship Saratoga, at a Ship-yard at Chester' Pa.,
on the 22nd inst.:, about 40 men were under the
vessel when she went off and not hearing, the order
to come out seven were horribly mangled.
Mr. Barnum has published his offer of 810,000
reward for the recovery of Charley Ross, accom-
panied by an "iron clad" pledge of immunity to
SUMMER HEAT IN MAY.-On the 18th instant in
New York City the Thermometer stood at 830, in
Philadelphia and Baltimore 920, in Montreal 810.
There were several cases of sunstroke in New York
City on the 18th.
There have been destructive hurricanes in the
St Lawrence Valley, and in the western portion of
the State of New York.
A volcanic disturbance had occurred in the Paci-
fic Ocean, causing a series of earthquake waves to
break on that coast.
At Upper Ottawa, (Canada), on 28rd a snow
storm prevailed for two hours.
From the New York Herald, May 24.
The dearth of stirring news from the seats of war
in the East suggests the calm before the storm that
must soon break in thunderous uproar from many
points along the Danube Valley as well as in Asia
Minor. The secresy with which the Russian move-
ments are surrounded gives little chance to specu-
late with any approach to accuracy. Great move-
ments are so often made only as a mask for greater
that the massing of large bodies of troops in West.
ern Roumania must not be regarded as a reliable
indication that the grand advance is to take place
from that region. It is certain, however, that the
coming week will witness great events and will
supply important material for history. The Turk-
ish fleet continues its incendiary industry along the
eastern shores of the Black Sea, and also menaces
the south coast of Russia. But we notice that a
Russian threat to the Bey of Tunis, which may be
executed by the Czar's fleet, is agitating the Sul-
tan's vassal in 'Africa. The departure of the Sul-
tan to take the co mand of the Army of the Dan-
ube in prosecuting the holy war has been decided
on. In Asia M or Batoum has been invested
by the Russians, and according to our latest des-
patches, a sanguinary battle is in progress for the
possession of the town. The Cossacks scour the
country on Mouhktar Pacha's right, completely
cutting him off from any supports from the south,
and everything points to the probability of a dis-
perate battle in fRont and on both flanks of the
Souganlu position, now occupied by that command-
er. Kars may be said to be entirely isolated now,
for the flying Turk.sh garrison from Ardahan could
not seek refuge within its fortifications. In the
meantime fanatical rage rules the discussions of the
FRANCE.-A despatch from Paris, discussing
the difficulties between the President of the-Repub-
lic and the Legislature, states that France will
pronounce overwhelmingly against President Mac-
Mahon at the elections, even if the Senate gives a
majority in favor of dissolution, which is very
doubtful. The refusal of the Senate to authorise a
dissolution would, inevitably, cause MacMahon's
The buke Decazes has issued a circular protes-
ting against the supposition that the new Ministry
entertains any idea of departing from neutrality, or
tolerating manifestations of any party in France
against foreign Powers.
In the Italian Chamber of Deputies at Rome yes-
terday Ministers Melegari and Depretis, replying
to interpellations relative to relations .between
France and Italy, made the most reassuring state-
ments to the effect that the cordial relations of the
two countries have not been affected by the recent
events in France,
POSITION OF OUTSIDE NATIONS.
BERLIN, May 29.-The North German Gazette
states that Russia has declared to Tunis that if
military or pecuniary aid is rendered to the Sultan
the Bey must prepare to see his capital bombarded.
The Tunis Government is also disquieted by the
concentration of a French force on the frontier,
SLONDON, May 28.-A Vienna dispatch to the
Daily Telegraph announces that the Austrian Gov-
ernment's attention is riveted on the increasing
agitation in Hungary. There is eager clamour for
war among all classes.
The Times' Vienna dispatch says: "The declar-
ation of Roumanian independence has produced
very little impression here. As for the attitude
likely to be taken by the Powers, no conclusion has
yet been formed. None of them are likely to give
an opinion before placing themselves in communi-
cation with the others and ascertaining their views."
A Vienna dispatch says; "The St. Petersburg
Cabinet has expressed adhesion to the views of the
Austrian Government that the impediment of na-
vigation on the Danube should only last as long as
it is made absolutely necessary on account of mili-
tary operations. No doubt is entertained that the
Porte will likewise accede to the views of the Vien-
The Daily News' Bucharest dispatch reports that
at 6 o'clock on Tuesday morning the Turks fired
from Rahova at an Austrian steamer, which, after
several shots, caught fire.
A Vienna dispatch to the News says: "From
Cettinje it is announced that Montenegro has post-
poued the recommencement of hostilities until the
Russians have actually crossed the Danube."
The Times' Bucharest correspondent says: It is
believed that Russia will first recognize the inde-
pendence of Roumania, and that Germany, France,
and Italy will follow. England and Austria are
expected to delay recognition."
The Standard's Vienna dispatch says : "The
Servian Police yesterday removed placards on the
walls in Belgrade, threatening Prince Milan's ex-
pulsion unless he renews the war. The general
opinion in Vienna is he will do so when the Rus-
sians cross the Danube,,"
A Raguta dispatch says : Several Miridite in.-
surrectionary leaders were arrested near Glinbigne
by the Turks, while on their way to Montenegro to
concert common action with the Prince. There is
great excitement in the Miridite.
An Athens dispatch says "I The British Mediter-
ranean Squadron is expected at the Pirmsus to-mor-
LOND6ON May 24.-The Standard's correspondent
at Belgrade reports that the Government has order-
ed the formation of 12 new battalions. All the re-
serves of the sedentary army are summoned to as-
semble and all troops are ordered to present themsel-
ves on or before May 29, fully armed. Prince Milan
will not go to Bucharest until after the next meeting
of the Skuptschina.
The question is being discussed in Vienna whe-
ther it is not advisable to incorporate Bosnia, Her-
zegovina, and Servia into one State under an Aus-
The Greek Minister at Vienna has given the most
decided assurances that the rumours that Greece is
to join in the war are unfounded.
The Times' special from Belgrade confirms the
Standard's report of Servia's military preparations.
The Times' Bucharest correspondent telegraphs
as follows: The Grand Duke Nicholas has been
stopping here some days, and it is asserted that he,
during that time, has remarked that he intends to
enter Constantinople to make the Turks feel that
they are crushed, although he does not intend to re-
tain the city. There is a firm belief here among
well-informed persons that a tacit, if not clearly-
defined, understanding exists between Russia, Ger-
many and Italy, and that the Court party in Austria
is.in accord with the other Eastern potentates. The
Hungarian element is, of course, hostile, but utter.
ly powerless to oppose such a coalition. Maiy
incidents may be construed into confirmation of the
above belief, the most important, perhaps, being th9
peremptory closing of the Danube navigation by
the Russians after the Turks had promised to allow
uninterrupted neutral commerce and the recently
developed movement of Russian troops westward of
the positions beyond which the anti-Russian element
of Europe bad virtually decided they should not
go without remonstrance.
The Times' Berlin dispatch has the following:
It is pretty universally believed at St. Petersburg
that the Russian Government would not object to
Constantinople and the Suez Canal being placed
under the protection of England, provided Russia
is allowed to protect Roumania, Bulgaria and Mon-
tenegro and annex the vilayet of Erzeroum."
VIENNA, May 23.-The question is now raised
whether the 20 Austrian divisions mobilized might
not seize Belgrade and Semendria, It is rumored
that serious differences have arisen between Count
Andrassy and the Archduke Albrecht.
The Times stated a few days back that the under-
mentioned regiments have been placed on a roster
for immediate departure for service abroad, should
their services be required :-Cavalry-4th, 5th and
6th Dragoon Guards, 1st and 2nd Dragoons, 8th
Hussars, and 17th Lancers. Artillery-E. Brig.
R.H.A., 3rd Brig. Garrison Artillery, and 24th and
25th Brig. R.A. Infantry-Ist Batn. 1st Foot, 2nd
Batn. 2nd Foot, 2nd Batn. 4th Foot, 2nd Batn. 5th
Foot, 2nd Batn. 6th Foot, 2nd Batn. 8th Foot, 2nd
Batn. 10th Foot, 2nd Batn. 13th Foot, 2nd Batn.
14th Foot, 2nd Batn. 18th Foot, 1st Batn. 19th
Foot, 2nd Batn. 21st Foot, 2nd Batn. 24th Foot,
26th Foot, 29th Foot, 30th Foot, 38th Foot, 41st
Foot, 47th Foot, 49th Foot, 52nd Foot, 58th Foot,
* 1st and 3rd Batns. 60th, 61st,'75th, 78th, 84th, 86th,
88th, 90th, 91st, 93rd, 94th, 95th, 96th, 99th and
100th Foot, the stand 3rd -Batns. Rifle Brigade,
also the 2nd Batn. Grenadier Guards, 2nd Batn.
Coldstream Guards, and 1st Batn. Scots Guards.
The reply of Mr Hardy to an inquisitive member
in the House respecting the above statement may
be regarded as strictly official, but there is nothing
more likely than the selection of these-regiments if
the services of a force of all arms should be requir-
ed abroad. The number of Cavalry regiments
would be increased.
The Whitehall Review says, Information has
reached the Colonial Office of the departure of Col.
Sir William Jervois, K.C.M.G., O B., R E., the
Governor of the Straits Settlements, from Singa-
pore on April 2, in the steamer Normanby, for
Australia, whither, as we lately announced, he pro.
ceeds to inspect and report upon the defence works.
Col. A. E. H. Anson, C.M.G., R.A., had arrived
from Penang and taken over duty as Acting-Gov-
ernor in Sir William's absence. Lady Jervois does
not accompany her husband, but will, with her
daughters, pay a visit to England, attended by
Capt. Paton, his Excellency's aide-de-camp. From
all sides Lord Carniarvon is receiving assurances of
'the' great popularity of Sir William Jervois and his
amiable wife, and of the benefits the Settlement has
received from Sir William's ability and zealous la-
bours in its interests."
Five vessels are loading at Woolwich with ord-
nance stores for Portsmouth, where a large supply
of warlike materials, barrack necessaries and camp
furniture .has already been sent. Another large
steamer is embarking iron forts and other cargo
The Observer, says a joint purse agreement has
been concluded between the Anglo-American and
the Direct Cable companies. It will shortly be
submitted to meetings of the respective sharehold-
THE PROPOSED SUSPENSION OP COAL 'MINING.-
President Sloan, of the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Railroad; Dickson, of the Delaware and
Hudson Canal Company; Receivers Clarke, of the
Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal Company, and La-
throp, of the Central New Jersey Railroad; Vice-
President Keim, of the Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad; Vice-President Hoyt and Secretary
Mead, of the Pennsylvannia Coal Company, and
Messrs. Linderman and Sayre, of the Lehigh Val-
ley Railroad, held a private conference of about an
hour Monday afternoon in the office of the Dela-
ware and Hudson Canal Company, and unanimous-
ly adopted the following:-
It is hereby resolved that from June 15 to July
15 therd shall be a total suspension of mining, on
condition that the Reading Railroad Company ap-
prove of this resolution.
President Qowen, of the Reading Railroad, is
now in Europe, and the presidents of the other
companies have been in correspondence with him
in reference to a suspension. It was stated by an
officer of one of the companies that a cable dis-
patch had been received from Mr. Gowen, stating
-that he had forwarded his views in a letter, which
is expected within a few days. The result of Mon-
day's meeting was to be communicated to President
Gowen by cable.
Mr. G. 0. Whitney, of Southampton, kindly sent
us a basket of very fine Peaches on Saturday last,
the first we have seen this season. We are pleased
to find that Mr. W. has succeeded in preserving his
We are indebted to Captain Mayor and Mr.
Steward Wilson of Excelsior, and Mr. Williams
passenger, by same, for New York papers of the
BATOUM, May 18.-Afternoon.--The Russians
in the vicinity of Tchurukson have sacked and
burnt all the villages and massacred the women old
men and children.
Colonel Meares, of H. M. 20th Regiment, forwarded
to a friend in Bermuda by the last mail boat the'following
in reference to a new preparation of Paraffin Oil, for the
purpose of mixing with manure for the protection of
Root Crops against worms, grubs, &c. Our farmers,
have suffered much the past season from insects,
and the article alluded to not being very costly
may prove a blessing to our Agriculturists and others.
It is exceedingly gratifying to find that persons in the
position in which Colonel Meares held while here
should, after his departure from our shores, never (pro-
bably to return), continue to take an interest in
its welfare as evinced by this act. In the letter alluded
to he speaks of the many happy days both he aud-'Mrs.
Meares, spent in Bermuda, and thfe numerous lasting
friends, which they made whilst here.
TO AGRICULTURISTS AND OTHERS.
ToP DRESSING PARAFFIN OIL.
This Oil is in good demand for the purpose'ofmixing
with Manure, &c., for Top Dressing, and is invaluable
for the protection of every description of RQoI Crops
against worms, grubs, insects, &e., it having been
proved that where land hasbeen dressed with Manure,
mixed with just sufficient Paraffin Oil, to give a strong
odour of the Oil, its effect is excellent-grubs,'&c.,
quickly disappearing from the field where the Oil has
been laid. Upon land that does not want fertilizers,
but which may be troubled with vermin; the Oil is
mixed with sand or earth, and then scattered over it.
I do not, however, recommend the Oil to be laid on
This Oil has been prepared for this purpose only, and
will not burn in Lamps.
Sent out in 40 gallons Casks, at 1/2 per gallon, free
to rails in Liverpool; or 1/4 per gallon delivered at any
railway station or port in the United Kingdom.
Leather Lane, Liverpool.
1 0-04 17 0-00
2 0.00 18 0-00
3 0.00 19 0.00
4 0'01 ,20 0)00
6 0-04 21 0-Q
6 0-02 22 0"09z
7 0-00 23 0.00
8 0-00 24 0.00
9 0"05 25 0-00
10 0.00 26 0o00
11 0-17 27 0:00
12 0-00 28 0-00
13 0-00 29 000
14 1-75 30 0-00
15 0-27 -
16 0"01 Total 2-45 Ins.
Rainfall, April, 1876.... ......................... 351 Ins.
Average Rainfall for 7 years 1870 to 4-26 Ins.
1876 inclusive........................ 6
A land Crab, of about 24 inches between extremes,
captured in the garden of N. A. Bascome, Esgr., Port
Royal, on Saturday last, was brought to our Office yes-
terday. Young ducks and chickens in the garden had
disappeared most unaccountably, and on the above day
a man and woman met the crab and were awfully
frightened as he approached them, with his extended
claw wide open; the man ran for his life, but the wo-
man took up a large stone and struck the crab on its
back and checked its Drogress; it was soon killed. It
had two large claws, but one some six times as large
as the other.
Prices of Bermuda Produce in the New York
Market on the 23rd instant.
Onions.............. 2to 2 26o0
Tomatoes.............. 806 to $1
An Inquest was held at the Military Hospital, St.
George, on the 23rd and 24th instant, before- Denim
Tucker, Esqr., Coroner, on view of the body of Pat.
rick Walsh, late Private in H. M. 87th Regiment,
who died suddenly on the afternoon of the 23rd.
After hearing several depositions, including those
of Medical men, the Jury returned a verdict that
death resulted from the excessive drinking of Aloe.
holic Liquor. .
BLUE GLAss-an interesting Communication on this
subject on our last page.
BIRTH. at Westside, Hamilton, on the 23rd inst.,
the WIPE of the Honble, Henry Fotler, Receiver ean-
eral, of a SON.
........., in this town, on 24th inst., the WIPE of Mr.
R. Gorham,of a SoN.
DIED, at his residence in this Town, early on the
'morning of Wednesday last, after a brief illness, M2. J.
BENSON STEED, in the 42nd year of his age, leaving
a wife, five children, mother, brother and many other
relations and friends to mourn their loss.
Mr. Steed has upwards of twenty years runa mall
and passenger boat between the Town of Hamilton
and the Royal Naval Yard, Ireland Island, anhd by his
obliging disposition, faithfulness in the discharge
of his numerous obligations and ibis punctuality, he
had earned the respect and confidence not only of the
residents of Hamilton anid Ireland Island but of the
inhabitants generally, for he was known to all. No
better proof of this fact could be given than by the
very large attendance at his funeral on Thursday lIast,
not only was each parish but every class .was wel re-
presented. : .
His ability as a boatman, could riot be surpassed,
and persons travelling with Mr. Steed in hii boat
the .Union, under all. circumstances of weather never
felt the least apprehension for their safety. His plaice
in this community cannot easily be filled. We may
meet with men as clever boatman, as honest in prin-
eiple and as obliging in manners, but to meet with a man
combiinng all these characteristics a they Were
found in Mr. Steed, we scarcely think it probable.
HYLAND-at St. Georges on Friday, 18th inst., after
a short illness JOSEPHINE SEYMOUR, wife otW. T. Hy-
land, Esq., aged 25 years. The early death of this
amiable lady has cast a gloom not only in that com-
munity, which deeply sympathizes with her relations, but
also in Somerset her native parish where she was much
beloved by all classes for her gentle and loveable char-
......... in this town, on 26th inst., ANGELINA G.
PEARMAN, relict of late Win. Pearman, Esq., aged 52
........., on Wednesday, the 18th inst., at Victoria
Street, Bridgetown, after a most painful illness of
seven days, borne with Christian fortitude, NATHANIEL
THOMAS TRIMINGHAM, formerly a Merchant in this
City, aged 83 years 3j months.--Barbados Agricultura
Reporter, April 19.
A very Comfortable
C o t t- ag e,
In 'I'ownship of Hamilton.
For further particulars apply to
I4. J. ATWOOD,
May 28th, 1877;.-2
To be Sold at a Bargain.
6 Cedar Decked Bioag
With d)INGY-Chain and Anchor .Moorings.
Capacity about Seventy round barrels.
Bermuda Produce at the highest Market Value
will be taken in payment.
Apply at the Office of this paper.
Hlamilton, May 29th, 1877.
'ERMTTDA ROYAL GAZiETT
At Public Auction.
,TO BEl l~ OLI),
The 29th day of May, instant, on the
The Two Dwelling
S With the Lots of LAND, each 100 feet x 50
Sfeet, on which they are respectively erected,
designated No. 37 and No. 39 of the Third
:icngitudinal (or Church) Street in this Town.
The ITHues are in good repair, the Lots very
productive and the situation, between Trinity
Church .and Parliament Street, particularly
The Premises may be inspected at any time.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 7th, 1877.-3pg.
30th inst., At 12 o'clock, sharp,
I TVIL1A S1A1L,1
Do. Corn MEAL
Do. Sweet POTATOES
Half Bbls. BEEF Half Bbls. PORK
.M)o. Do. Beef TONGUES
Boxes CODFISH Or. Bbls. MACKEREL
Tubs BUTTER Boxes English CHEESE
Bags CORN Do. BRAN
Barrels Canada PEAS
Cases PEACHES Do. OYSTERS
Do. Canned CORN Do.. MATCHES
-Boxes HERRINGS Boxes CIGARS
Do. Clothes PINS BUCKETS
' A P
A Miscellaneous Lot of other Articles which
will appear on day of Sale.
Hamilton, 29th May, 1877.
Sto ne Cutters.
T ENERS will be received by the Under-
signed up to Noon of
Thursday, 31st Inst.,
'rom Parties wiling to furnish
ft. ins. ins.,
2,000 STONE 2 x 12 x 6
7,000 DO. 2 x 15 x 6
STONE to be of best Material, to. h e cut
square and subject to inspection.
Tenders to state the shortest time in which
the STONE can be delivered.
The 3uaildaig Committee do not bind them-
selves to accept the lowest or any Tender.
CLAUDE WM. McCALLAN,
&ecretarry of the Free Church of England Building
"St. Georieo'a', 17th May,'l877.--2 3p.
rewt GOODS. .New GOODS.
JU 8T RECE 1 V D,
Pr.i London and New York by the S. S,
.61t the Old Stand,
Ot the late Thomas J. Gilbert, Esqr., opposite
the Cricket Ground,
well Selected Assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c., &c.
So e 3 ny 2 CHARLES MORGAN.
Somerset, May 28th 1877.--.m
JVCotc l eothe Public.
f VHE rumour made by one concerning the
,A- leaking of the Boats Narragansett and
Rhode Islahd (better known as Boneta and
Alabama) IS 0OT TRUE. The Rhode Island by
accident sprang a leak, which caused several
barrelr-of potatoes, belonging to Mr. Boggs,
to get wet-such. an accident is likely to hap-
peg to any boat: but as the rumour adds that
the Boneta was leaking as bad, the statement
is false. The fact is I had to bail the water
out of my boats, but if they had pumps in
them, as has the Gleaner, no one would know
how much water she made.' This report was
made for the purpose of preventing persons
giving me freight, and would likely cause
another boat to get more. But I am thank-
ful to say that for the last two years, I have
received .a due share qf favour from the Mer-
chants as well as the Farmers, and have done
my best, through sobriety and punctuality
to please them all. I will say no more, but
if in, any way I have not done my business
ihonestly--please borredt me.
W. J. LIGHTBOURN,
Express of .Boats.
A Reply to tie Advertisement in last issue of
Sthe "Royal Gazette" Signed by Janies
Anderson and i. 11. Raynor, will appear in
next issue of the "Gazette."
JJOHiN R. WILSON,
., Becy. P, 4 W. cOhoral Society.
On Thursday next,
At the Stores of the Undersigned,
At 12 o'clock, M.
Will Positively be Sold,
Without Reserve to the highest Bidder,
41 Drums Codfish,
112 Lbs. each.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 28th, 1877.
On Thursday next,
31st instant, At 12 o'clock, M.
In Front of the Stores.,
SOF THE UNDERSIGNED,
4,000 INCH BOARD
-0 3,000 ft 2 Inch White PINE
5,000 feet SCANTLING 2 x 3, 3 x 4 and 4 x 4
50 Bales HAY -
20 Tubs and Kegs BUTTER
10 Crocks BUTTER
4 Barrels Corned BEEF
25 Drums CODFISH 10 Bls. S. F. FLOUR
10 Bls. Corn MEAL
100 Boxes Smoked HERRINGS
50 Shoulders BACON
60 Lbs. Balogna SAUSAGES
25 Bags BRAN 5 Bushels each
2 Writing DESKS 1 BEDSTEAD
12 CHAIRS 1 Nest TUBS
1 Kerosene STOVE
And any other Goods that may appear at
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, May 28th, 1877.
On Tuesday Next,
5th June, At 12 o'clock, M.,
AT THE STORES OF
Edward If. Smith, Esq.,
East Broadway, in this Town,
The Balance of his Stock of
a An V 00 0 1j "0111,
Consisting in part:
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
TRIPED, Crossbarred and Plain MUSLINS
A lot of Colored MUSLINS
Colored PRINTS and White COTTONS
BRILLIANT and PEQUE
LINEN and CAMBRIC
DELAINES and LAMA
Ladies' HATS THREAD
Gents' Felt HATS Cloth CAPS
Ladies Black Cloth JACKETS
Pearl and other BUTTONS
TAPES ,PINS HOOKS and EYES
Anid a variety of other Goods that will ap-
pear at the Sale.
2 Dry Goods T.BLES.
B. W. WALKER & Co.,
Hamilton, May 29th, 1877.
Suitable for the Season.
Have just Received,
A Large and well Selected Assortment of Eng-
lish and Scotch
Per "CANIMA" via New York,
Which are offered at lowIRates.
T'he attention of the Public is Invited.
LOCKWARD & INGHAM,
Under R. B. Y. Club Rooms.
Hlamilton, 14th May, 1877.
On Sale at the Tower.,
B LUE Glass SPECTACLES and other
Blue Window BLINDS
FANS for the Church, Steamboat, Concert and
Ball Room, and Mourning FANS
The largest assortment of the above ever im-
Ice Butter DISHES Five Minutes CHURN
lee PICKS Turkish Bath TOWELS
Cane Seat Steamboat and Rocking CHAIRS
Shelf Decorating PAPER
The Tower, Hamilton,
May 28th, 1877.-1
To Illustrate the Eastern Question.
On Sale at the Royal Gazette" Stationery
i .. '. 1OMw 1
ARegatta will take place,
ON WED NESDAY,
27th June, next,
l he fle G.Cat Sound.
The Sailing Committee of the R?. B. Y. C.
1st Race.-Race for I1. R. 11. the Duke of
Edinburgh's Challenge Cup, with a Cup to be
presented to the winne' by the Club. To start
at 11 o'clock precisely. Entrance fee 10/.
2nd Race.--The Hamilton -Stakes open to all
comers, not restricted to R. B. Y. C. Ruleoi.
1st Boat 30
3rd Boat to save her Stakes.
For this Race 4 Boats to enter or no Race.
Entrance fee 1
Entries for both Races must be made with
description of Flag and fees deposited at Mr.
II. R. IHunts, Front Street, flamilton, on or
before the 20th JUN E.
It the day fixed should in the opinion of the
Judges be unfit the Regatta will take place on
first suitable day after.
May 28, 1877.
Begs to give Notice that he has
Received per it., M. Str. Alpha," from Halifax
A Choice Assortment of
1 Boots & Shoes.
Also just Received per Canima"
And Mail Steamers from West Indies
A Large Assortment of
C1G0IRS, CIGARETTES and
Also on hand, a few boxes of
Cheap Cash Prices. Call at the Sign of the
BIG CIGA R.
A. GRANT HAM,
No. 46, Front Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.
May 28th, 1877.-3
Most Brilliant Light ver produced.
No Chimney to cle-ti or break.
No Smell nor disagreeable odor.
J. N. JONES,
Sole Agents for the Bermudas.
CRYSTAL lI[LUMINATORS on exhibition
and for sale at J. C. KEENEY'S, Reid Street,
J. CV. K E /E E1V
Has Received, by 4 /INIj3l,"
A FRESH SUPPLY OP
r1 1d iN Ia
New York Mail Steamer.
Will leave hence for New York
ON THURSDAY Y,
i 31st May, At 1 P. NM.
ALIL 1 AILS close at Post Office at 10 a.im.n.
Specie and P1arcels received until 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 30th instant.
Produce and Freight received until 6 p in.
Wednesday, 30th instant, unless previously
nBills of Lading signed until 10 a.m. 31st
Passengers respectfully notified that the Stage
will be removed at 12'30 p.m. 31st inst.
Holders of Return Tickets are requested to
present them to this Agency for endorsement
prior to the ship's leaving.
Sufferance \Varelhouse to be cleared on Sat-.
urday, 2nd June. Consignees are requested to
pay freight by that (late.
TROTT & COX.
West Front Street, May 29th, 1877.
IN the event of the Seamer BERMUDA
Being withdrawn another Steamer will be
sent in her place, and may be looked for on
Monday next, the 4th proximo.
TROTT & COX,
'1.,, ~ *
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, 28th May, 1877.
SEALED TENDERS, in dupli-
cate, will be received at the above Office,
until 12 o'clock, noon,
The 7th day of June next,
From Persons desirous of RENTING a piece of
IWar Depari'heeet Land
Known as Letting No. 20,
Situated near Prospect, and containing 3 Acres,
1 Rood, 7 Perches, suitable for Arable and
Possession can be given immediately after
the acceptance of the Tender.
Forms of Tender and all further information
can be obtained at this Office daily, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. I
The DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL .re-
serves the right of rejecting any or all the
H. J WILKINSON,
2 District Commissary General.
'Teas and Uoffee. At 12 o'clock
llami!ton, May 29th, 1877.-3 ON W EDNESDA Y,
The 13th day of June now next ensuing,
old D RAFTSUnder and by Virtue of Sundry Writs of Execu-
G 1RS tion issued from the court of General As-
At Sight, size against ALBERT COLBURG LAM-
On Messrs. A. B EN NET' r& C0., New York. BERT,
Apply to THE UNDERMENTIONED
S. S. INGHAM & CO. h 0 T ,"
11nilinb-20, An l 17, 7' I F,, a .
Grin stone es.
st, Best and Cheapest can be bough
TbHelow the cost from
THEOS.# J. LIG[ITBOURN,
Front Street, Hamilton.
May 28th, 1877.-3
ANY Person having a CLAIM
against the. Estate of JAMES A. J.
SPEER, lately deceased, are requested to send
inWACCOUNTS for immediate Settlement, and
all Persons INDEBlTP1) to the said Es-
tate are. requested to make Payment on or be-
jure the 5th of JUNE, next.
SARAH J. SPEER,
Somerset, May 24th, 1877.-1
To Growers and Owners
OF BERIfMUIA PRODUCE,
N 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 usbutwith-
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 transportintig 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.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June, 3p
A LL the Right, Title and Inter-
i.nest of the said. Albert Colburg Lambert
in and to a certain Parcel of LAND situate in
the Parish of Southampton, and containing
about 4 Acrew, together with
thereupon, and bounded as follows:-North-
erly by Lands formerly of William W. New-
bold, the Elder, deceased, now in possession of
his grandchildren; Southerly by Land former-
ly of William W. Newbold and now of the said
Anne Lambert and of William Orlando Fred-
erick Newbold (otherwise Bascome) and Sarah
Ann Newbold (otherwise Bascome), Nathaniel
James Newbold (otherwise Bascome); Easterly
by Waters of the Great Sound; and Westerly
by Land of Daniel R. Tucker, deceased, or
however otherwise the said Parcel of Land
with the Messuages and Appurtenance there-
upon may be bounded or ought to be described.
J. H. TROTT,
Pro. Mar. Genl.
Hamilton, May 28th, 1877.
A LL persons are forbid trespass-
ing on the hlalf-share of Land, situated
south of Land belonging to the Estate of late
W. E, Newman, Esqr., willed and entailed by
William Peniston, tolhis lawfully begotten heirs.
The Undersigned is the lawful heir. All cattle
found trespassing on said Land after this date
will be empounded. Persons planting on the
Land will please take away their produce as it
ripens. All persons Trespassing on the Land
after this date will be dealt with as the law di-
rects, without respect of Persons.
ROBT. T. PENISTON.
Smith's Parish, April 21st, 1877.
An Emelgent Meeting of
Atlantic Phanix Lodge, No. 224, G. R.
E., takes place this Tuesday Evening,
29th Instant, at the Masonic Hall, Hamilton,
at 7'20 n~m. May 9gth. 1877.
By His Honor Colonel WILLIAM
LA WTIE MORRISON,
R.tL., Acting Governor and
[I,.S. I.] Commander-in-Chief, Vice-
Admiraland Ordinary, in and
over these Islands, ,c., 8c.,
William Lawtie ?orrison,
Colonel Royal Engineers,
Acting Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
W 1,IERI'EAS I have thought fit to Convene
this present COLONIAL PARLIAMlENT,
which stands P'rorogued to SATU I ). Y, the
9th d(lay of Jline next, I do therefore, by and
with the advice and conscot ofi lE MAJESTY'S
The said Colonial Parliament,
T uZPrx d ay Ithe 3 1 vtId a y o-f
al o-1, instf ant,
"IVIt IA"\f'A N"0 It YT
IN THE TOWN OF HATYILTON
Dispatch ot Public Business:
of which as well the \Iembers of theoLeg(islative
Council as tho Me'b1ers of the Hlouse of As-
sembly are hereby required to take notice and
to govern themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and the Great
Seal of these Islands, this
Twenty-first day of May,
1877, and in the Fortieth year
of Her Majesty's Reign.
By His Honor's 'command,
God Save the Queen.
Colonatl Secretary's Offce,
MAY 26, 1877.
THE following Clause (No. 33) of Act No.
28, 1875, entitled, An Act to provide for
the Appointment and define the duties of the
Officer's of the Revenue Department" is here-
by published for general information.
By His Honor's Command,
3 Colonial Secretary.
"If any Officer of the Revenue Department
or any person acting as such shall accept any
fee, perquisite or reward, whether pecuniary
or otherwise, directly or indirectly, from any
person on account of anything done or omitted
to be done by him in or in any way relating to
his said office or employment, except such as
he shall receive under any of the Acts of the
Legislature, such Officer or person so offending
shall on proof thereof to the satisfaction of the
Governor in Council be dismissed from his Ofice,
and if any person shall give, offer or promise
any such fee, perquisite or reward he shall for
such offence forfeit one hundred pounds.
"Every person who shall give, offer or pro-
mise to give, or procure to be given, any bribe
recompense or reward to any Officer of the
said Department or person acting as such, to
induce him in any way to neglect his duty or
to conceal or connive at any act whereby any
provision of any Act of the Legislature relating
to the collection or protection of the Public
Revenue may be evaded shall forfeit two hun-
"Any Officer or any other such person
who shall take any bribe, gratuity, recompense
or reward, for the neglect or non performance
of his duty shall forfeit for every such offence
three hundredpounds and be rendered incapable of
holding any office under the Government of these
A Portable Seat
TRA Y WAS GO0 ,
To accominodate four Persons.
F. W. VOSMER,
Hamilton, May 29, 1877.-2
Charlotte Adams, Wmin Adeock, Mary Allen, Miss
H Atwood, C Appowen, Mary Susan Brown, Wm
Bently, Mr Bourke, Mrs Richard Butterfield, Wmin
H Bean, Mrs Brennan, Eliza Bert, Frances H
Colleymore, W H Chamberv, Sam-el Davis, B Da-
monte, John Davis, Jr, Maia Candide Distende,
Henry T Frith, Thomas Gould, John Greenslad,,,
Win G Hutchings, J A Hulh Matilda M Hooper,
Helena Joell, Brown Jones, George E Jones, Eliza
E Jones, Letitia Kennedy, JohaunaSophiaLund-
quist, Richard Lambert, Samuel Lambert, Emily
Mullens, Thaddeus McCallan, Mrs B Masters, Ann
Mackey, Lorraine Mansfield, Margaret Mead, Wm
H Monck, Wmin T Place, T J Place, Emma Platten,
Mrs J Petty, Mrs Joseph Riley, Frederick Robinson,
Alpheus Stubbs, D E Soon, Louisa Smith, Estate of
Wmn Saltus, J Falconer Smith, H D Smith, Janetta
E Smith, Solomon J Simmons, Ann Steed, Samuel
Simons, St George D Tucker, Christina TPucker,
Clarissa Tucker, Joseph Trott, Mrs Yoorker Tucker
Jas D Wathngton, Mrs E D Washington.
Post Office, Hamilion, May 28, 1877.
MAILS FOR ENGLAND, United States, and
Dominion of Canada, per Steamer Canima, close at
the Post Office, Hamilton,, ON THIURSDAY NEXT,
at (en a. m. Letters by the Forenoon Mails will
be in time.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE, ST. GEORGE, 28th May, 1877.
J T Bourne, Alfied Burch, John Fox, A A Fowks,
A F G(ustasson, Mr Gilbert, John Hullman, A
Hughes, J M Haywood, Henry James Jones, Ars
Richard Joelt, Coudo McCallan, W MC eCallan,
Marcella M MAlailes, Wili am Mecallan, Honble A G
Musson, Oaterbridge & Mcallan, Ellen Richinod,
Frances Smith, Henry Solomon, Susan A Snmith,
A Statt, George 'Spurlinc, Joseph J Smith Mary
,an TiveAv. Edward Walsh.
flUM11LOn, OUM, nprn, iot i*
TO UC SOILAX)t
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f RMTTDA ROYAL GAZETTE
For the Royal Gazette.
BY AN M. D.
It appears to be necessary to the happiness of man
that he have a hobby. Sensation after sensation springs
up and dies away, bubble after bubble is blown and
bursts, reed after reed is leant on and breaks and yel
it seems never to strike the popular mind that the
next bubble will also burst, and the next reed also
It is perfectly needless for us to ask with Dundreary,
Why is thus thus, and whence this thusness." There
are always problems which transcend the highest hu-
man understanding, and many that fail to be solved
because the solution is so easy that we step over it.
There are always enough fools in the world to make
a foolish thing pay, and many whom we usually class
as wise seem to get infatuated and join the ranks of
the fools, thereby lending the weight of their influ-
ence to the wrong side.
Of course when the thing bursts every one is aston-
ished at his being taken in' and yet probably to- morrow
he will be just as gullible.
A few months ago the rage was '' Blue glass." In
New York almost every one had the Fever. Passing
down Fifth Avenue you could see in almost every
house some one or other window checkered according
to directions. in those houses where no blue glass
was visible you might almost stake a considerable sum
that it existed behind. In the lower parts of the city,
where the fabulous price of the article put its posses-
sion beyond the poor man's reach, you might still see
fragments of a pane of the coveted hue substituted for
the bundle of rags which had before eked out the
Fifth Avenue Theatre put a play on the boards en-
titled 'Blue Glass,' and though the play was a miser-
able production yet its name gave it a lease of life it
certainly did not deserve.
Editors of newspapers declared that they had, be( n
martyrs to chronic rheumatism for years and had in-
voked the aid ot all specifics without relief, but now
they sat in their office coatless, without fear of 'catch-
ing cold,' bathed in rays from the purest mazarin.
Women, who spat up in their own estimation at least
a teacupful of blood per diem, after a few blue baths
ceased to expectorate the precious fluid and became
plump and well. Men with glossy pates from which
every vestige of hair had disappeared years before and
whose scalps had since been vainly tortured by every
imaginable application now sat meekly exposing the
luminous orb to the invigorating ray, and credulously
pestered their wives to examine daily and see whether
this new panacea was to be successful.
Reports of marvellous cures appeared from every
quarter and it seemed as though this discovery' trans-
cending in importance even that of the Morse tele-
graph and doing no discredit to those of Franklin
himself' must render the world once more a perfect
Elysium and cause all compounders of drugs and
prescribers of pills to forsake their avocations as no
longer of use.
What do you think of Blue Glass 2?" became one
of the prime subjects of conversation, and often the
question was poked at members of the medical pro-
fession in cruel anticipation of hearing groans ascend
from their empty pockets.
We have often had the question presented to us
and generally in this form. "What do you think of
blue glass-a humbug eh ?" Now strange as it may
appear we have never absolutely consigned it to the
list of humbugs, though from its abuse it comes very
near deserving such a place.
There is no doubt that cures have been effected un-
der blue glass-but the sun had much more to with the
cure than the glass. General Pleasanton, to whom
the blue glass trade is indebted for such a fillip,' pre-
tends to give a scientific reason for these cures in the
action of the blue color on the ray. The General is
evidently not a scientific man. His experiments and
researches have ever been loosely made and bear the
stamp of the tyro on every part of them. To any one
interested in the matter we would advise a perusal of
his book, having first accumulated much patience be-
fore attempting the task.
On the first page of his book General Pleasanton
states that the blue rays of the sun give 'the least
light of any of the luminous prismatic radiations, but
the largest quantity of solar heat.'
This is simply not the fact! Let us split up a ray
of sunlight by a prism, and we get the seven primary
colors in the following order from left to right.
Red Orange-Yellow-Green-Blue-Indigo -
The Red possesses the heat quality. The Orange
and Yellow and perhaps the Green, the light quality,
while Blue and its compounds Indigo and Violet are
exclusively actinic, or energetic. Hence we see the
General's theory about the heat contained in the blue
rays is untenable and false. Again he suggests that as
the sun's rays strike the blue glass all the rays except
the blue and its compounds are deflected and only they
pass through. This again is not so for by an experiment
it can easily be shewn that all the rays of the spec-
trum pass through except the light rays, Orange and
In another passage he speaks of blue glass rays be-
ing so much hotter than clear glass rays. This is
purely imagination and the thermometer which favors
no party decides that there is as much as 3 difference
in favor of white glass. The blue glass itself, will be
the hotter of the two because it absorbs and retains
heat while the white glass only transmits it but by
so much is the ray robbed of heat alter passing
through this medium.
To make this plain suppose a ray of temperature
1000 strikes an ordinary window pane this tempera-
ture will be transmitted and the temperature of the
glass witl not be raised much if any. Let a similar
ray strike a blue pane and the colored lass will ab-
have less sickness ail Jl, ath. By widening oul
streets and pulling d4,wn ,ur lnek courts, &e., we no
only improve the general appearance of our towns but
we admit the Sun where Ipreviously it was ex.
eluded and thereby make places healthy which formerly
t Experionce has proved that an out door life is tc h
most wholesome and that even those who are chronic
invalids improve by basking in the sun. The latest
theory of Tuberculosis, viz., that it is due to septic
absorption is no doubt well founded and the successful
treatment of such cases by out door life seems to favo
the view. Hence it is that sunbaths have afford<
such benefit to the consumptive, and other invalid
are likewise benefited.
But in many cases the pure undiluted sunlight i
too powerful, whether from individual idiosyncracy
or t"aidnirg, or other cause.
here/is the 'place for blue glass. It acts simple2
as a filter, removing or at least making a homoeopa-
tiec att nation of the noxious rays. These it must
be presumed are the orange and yellow, and the ful
red. Blue glass changes the fiery bright red ray t,
a dark dull one and we thus have a diluted pleasant
extract of the sun.
The advantage then of blue glass to the sick is that
it readers bearable and grateful the health and life-
Sgiving sunlight and nothing more.
But this is a great deal. It has been customary t<
keep the Hinds down in the sickroom, on' account
of the light disturbing the sick one. The invalid out
of doors was compelled to keep in the shade and
thereby lose three-fourths of the benefit to be derived
from his 'going out. By means of blue glass we art
enabled to get all the good and avoid all the evil
which the sun, like everything else in the universe
contains, and if for nothing else than inducing people
to allow the sun to shine on them who never did so
wittingly before, General Pleasanton deserves th(
world's thanks. Beyond this, the blue glass cure is
simply a humbug and as such has now been pretty
generally relegated to the realms of moonshine.
The Turco-Russian war has taken its place. May
it as soon give way to something equally harmless
even if as absurd as Blue Glass."
Reid Street, Hamilton. J. H. A.
THE PROCESS OF SEARCH AT SEA.
WASHINGTON, May 16.-As there is much com-
ment in regard to the probability of the Russian
fleet now at New-York going to sea for the purpose
of intercepting vessels suspected of having arms
and munitions of war on board for the Turks, it may
be proper to state that our treaties with France,
Prussia. Brazil, Sweden, Netherlands, United
States of Columbia, Spain, Holland, and several
other nations, clearly define the manner of search-
ing a vessel on the high seas ; and in all of these
treaties it is stipulated, in effect, that the examin-
ing vessel shall remain out of gun shot of the vessel
to be searched, and send one or two small boats
with a few men only to board the vessel suspected
of having contraband on board. The proof with
respect to the cargo must be the certificates contain-
ing the particulars of the cargo, the place sailed
from, where bound, &c., but the hatches are not to
be opened nor any of the packages, unless the
vessel is brought ashore, and then in the presence
of competent officers. The master of any sus-
pected vessel cannot be required to leave his ship,
Our treaties with Great Britain and Russia are
silent as to the whole proceeding. Under the
treaties with the other nations first mentioned
everything is left to depend upon the honesty of
the ship's papers. Contraband may be beneath
every hatch, under the guise of hardware on the
manifesto, and cannot be examined except by a
vessel of either Great Britain or Russia, which
vessels are not bound by the treaties above cited.
Russia has always been strenuous in supporting
the armed neutrality declaration of 1780, asking
no more in regard to contraband or the treatment
of her traders than the common law confers, and
has therefore bound herself by no treaty with this
or any other country. As most of the arms and
munitions of war for Turkey have been shipped
from this country in English vessels, it can be
stated that under the laws of Great Britain the
following articles are recognized as contraband of
war and subject to seizure; Arms and implements
serving for the purposes of war by land or sea,
such as cannon, muskets, gunpowder, pikes, swords,
horse furniture, belts, &c.; as also ship-timbe r
resin or tar, copper in sheets, and generally what-
ever may serve directly to the equipment of vessels,
unwrought iron and fir planks only excepted.
The treaties of the United States generally confis-
cate contraband, leaving the vessel and the re-
mainder of the cargo free, but no such treaty exists
with Russia, and the common law applies.
CAPTAIN BURNABY'S REPORT FROM THE
The famous Captain Burnaby having returned
from his Eastern travels, the "Daily Telegraph"
thus reports of his views :
The political and military observations made by
Captain Burnaby were most important. There can
be no doubt whatever that if Russia determines
upon making an advance upon Van through Hoy-
Persia being Russia's ally and affording every fa-
cility for the troops of the great Northern Power to
pass through her territory-Van must easilyfall into
her hands. In that event Persia would really be at the
feet of Russia. Another fact deserves serious con-
sideration-there is nothing to prevent the general
commanding the Czar's forces from taking Batoum
on the land side, and thus secure an additional
A new and fashionable
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Also trimmed in green leather, is very roomy
Can be seen at
March 31, 1877.
Under Town Hall, Hlamilton.
Whetby Jet and Vulcanite Jewelry
W ATClHES for Ladies, Watches for Gen.
tlemen, Watches for Boys, in gold or
silver cases, at prices to suit all, at CIIILD'S.
Brown Windsor Soap
Glycerine Cold Cream
Pure Glycerine Soap
SOAPS Marshmallow Soap
Elder Flower Soap
Carbolic Acid and Glycerine
EXTRACTS FOR TE Jockey Club Bouquet
HANDKERCHIEF Extract of Ylangilang
IEss. Boquet, &c., &c.
POMADES Crystal Cream
I Exquisite Pomade, &c., tc.
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, Violet Powder,
Rosemary and Cantherides Hair Wash,
Toilet Vinegar, and every description of Toilet
23 & 33, RED LION ROAD, HOLBORN, LONDONs
FORMERLY of the Village of
Markyate Street, near Luton, Hertford-
shire, England, respectfully informs the Inha-
bitants of Bermuda that he has Opeoed
*. IJOBBING SHOP,
At Albuoy's Point, Hamilton,
For Repairing of Housekeeping Articles, in Tin,
Copper, Iron and Brass-ware.
All kinds of Cutlery and Tools ground.
March 6, 1877.
Notice of Removal.
SR. ALFRED JORDAN,
Has Removed to St. Georges,
And may be consulted there ii Kent St.
daily, between 9 a.m. and 5 o'clock.
October 10, 1876.
Eau" of Dr. Hloltz for
T'HIS WATER is of an entirely vegetable
composition, and its use is quite inof-
Thanks to this peculiar quality which gives it
no rival, DR. IloLTZ'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 and 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 to
compound a dye which may be styled as the
Regenerator by excellence of the chevelure.
GENERAL WAREHOUSE, IN PARIs,
La. Correspondance Parisienne,
4 Rue de la Tacherie, 4.
$ r ). Lrkfam's
NORTH OF TRINITY CHURCH,
Nov. 13, kI76.
sorb and retain some of the heat, thereby depriving
the transmitted ray of just so much. This is found to
be about 3.
Again he says that by the'~ombination of blue and
white glass and owing in somne unintelligible way to
the Cobalt, an electro-magnetism is evolved which is
the main spIing of the whole matter. This too is all
nonsense. Actinism is not electricity whatever it is.
We know what electricity is but we do not know what
actinism is. It is something like catalysis,' a word
without a meaning.
Having shewn that the General's theories of the
action of blue glass are fanciful and not founded on
fact it becomes us to show how blue glass can do
If we wish the greatest amount of heat we should
use red glass. If light is wanted then orange or yel-
low should be the color.
Blue glass reduces the heat and excludes nearly all
the light and therefore we are nearly in the dark
when we receive our light through such a medium.
Pleasanton raised pigs and poultry under blue glass,
and attributed their fineness to its influence. We
attribute itto their being comparatively in the dark.
*' Every raiser of poultry knows how fowls fatten when
kept in the dark." "Absence of light seems to exer-
cise a soothing and quieting effect on all animals, al-
lowing them to store up a greater proportion of what
they eat in the form ot fat and muscle."
The same may be true with regard to fruit, or it may
not. General Pleasanton is the only authority for
this idea and we are sorry that after, finding so many
errors and inaccuracies in his book-two or three of
which we have cited-we cannot accept the grape
story as positively proven.
Coming now to the part which much more intimately
interests every one, viz the action of blue glass on the
human race-we cannot help attributing ninety-
nine hundredths of the good to the sun alone.
There is no use in our wasting words in arguing the
life-giving power of old Sol. Undoubtedly the sun
is thQ store house whence is drawn all force and life
-and if this fact were more generally recognized
and his advances not so sedulously avoided we should
-b' V- W oflb I
port in the Black Sea. It is not at all likely that
any attack will be attempted against the sea front,
because it is regarded as impregnable, and the Rus-
sians have no fleet which can be compared with
that under the command of Ilobart Pasha. Hav-
ing possession of Erzeroum and Van, it would be
easy for Russia to advance to Trebizond, and a
good road exists between Erzeroum and Trebizond
-it is indeed, almost the only road in Anatolia.
Thus the advances are decidedly in favor of Russia
should she assail Turkey in Asia Minor. Conse-
quently Turkish military men declare that if Eng-
land has any intention of preventing Russia from
capturing Van, Erzeroum and Trebizond, a strong
expeditionary and well-officered force ought to be
instantly despatched there. The Mohammedans
ask, if England is their friend, how can she possibly
allow Russia to penetrate thus far ? The Turks, it
is thought, have no adequate forces to oppose, and
they are without cavalry. Of late the question has
frequently been raised whether the Christians in
European Turkey would be sacrificed should war
take place. As far as the Christians in Asia Minor
are concerned, it is to be feared that cruel massa-
cres may follow. In all probability this calamity
would be the work of the Kourds in the Turkish
army. In the territory affected it is said that the
chiefs of these men have been bought by Russian
agents, and that it is not at all improbable that
there will be massacres in the neighborhood of Van.
During his travels Captain Burnaby did not hear
of one single instance in which torture had been in-
flicted. On the contrary, he learnt that the many
tales of outrages, burnings and executions were
either absolutely untrue or so exaggerated that but
little credit could be placed in the story.
HALIFAX, N.S., May 14.-Her Majesty's Ship
Eclipse has arrived here from Bermuda, and will
proceed to the Newfoundland fishing stations in a
few days. The Pert and Encounter will also pro-
ceed theie shortly to look after the interests of
British fishermen. Vice Admiral Cooper Key will
leave Bermuda in the Bellerophon on 5th of June.
Highest Centennial Award.
SIIIE Judges in the report said: It seems
undisputed that WEBKR has distanced all
competition, and must be to-day recognized as the
Piano-maker par excellence of the world, and the
musical jury has but stamped the seal of the
American Centennial Exhibition upon the gener-
ally awarded verdict of every vocalist and musi-
cian by the award which gives the medal to A.
WEBER, of New York, for sympathetic, fine and
rich tone combined with greatest power as shown
in three styles, Grand. Square and Upright Pi-
anos, which show intelligence and solidity in 1
their construction, a pliant and easy touch, which
at the same time answers promptly to its re-
quirements, together with excellence of work-
One of these Instruments can be seen and
Catalogues obtained by applying to
E. J. YOUNG,
Sole Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, March 17, 1877.-6m
MIss YOUNG is also prepared to give instruc-
tion on the Piano-Forte.
Enquire at the Store of
BELL & YOUNG.
West Front St., Hamilton.
BULL'S HEAD LIVERY
DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor.
Branch Establishment, St. George.'
T H E 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 YO UNG HORS ES 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 of 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.
NEAR NAVAL CRICKET FIELD,
E. Crawley (Mail Contractor,)
Horses and Carriages, (with Experienced Dri-
vers,) obtainable at all hours on accommoda-
October 24th, 1876.
T H E Undersigned having re-
ceived a Patent CHIMNEY SWEEP-
ING MACHINE from New York, is prepared
A Fresh Lot Just Received.
A few Boxes ORANGES.
W. T. JAJIES.
March 5th, 1877.
U0O. W. -PENC EU,
Vesey Pier, Washington Market, New York.
SLL Persons desirous of Shipping to the
above Address will be afforded every ac-
commodation by applying to my agent,
THEO. OUTER BRIDGE,
2nd Street, Hamiltonr, -
Near Steamers Wharf.
Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied on appli-
January 30, 1877.-tl Jn 30
Ieid Street, West of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesd.ys and Fti
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.
I OR RE./ T.
That desirable Property in Paget's
Immediate possession given.
For Terms apply to
May 1, 1877.
Jas. G. Lawrence,
ST. GEORGES and HAMILTON,
Examinations made and Leaks stopped at small
May 9th, 1876.
Next North of the Bishop's Lodge.-Posses-
sion given 15th Inst.-Apply to Mrs. KIRKc-
Hamilton, April 10, 1877.
FOR? LIP R POOL,
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWVN,
Carrying the United States Mail
from New York
ON TUES DAY.
NVADA sails May 15. at 3 p.m.
DAKOTA sails May 29. at 3 p.m.
WYOMING sails June 2. at 3 p.m.
MONTANA sails June 19, at Noon,
WISCONSIN sails July 3. at 10 a m.
DAKOTA sails July 17, at 10 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, apd
carry experienced Officers. Surgeons and Stef-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are -0.
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 Rer-
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 & ION,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, April 26;, 1877.
W. 0. F. BASC0 ME, MD.,
;, ~ F.A.A., D.S.) :-
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
i EAST END.
Protection against F lISr'
4T THE MOST MODERATE RATESq
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.MJPAN.Y
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 REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Hamilton, September 9th, 1865.
J. & E. Atkinson's
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. COBDOVA, 1872.
[ LIMA,1872. VIEzKA, 1873. :
White Rose, Fraiigipanne. Ylang Ylang, Stephano.
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jarmin, Wood Vio-
And all other odour., of the finest quality only.
ATK INSO N' S
I Celebrated Ean d6 Colog eIC
is strongly recommended, being more (adsing ad
. fragrant than the Germxn kind. '
ATK I NSON
OLD BROWN WINDSOR $Qi
celebrated for so many years, continues to be made
as heretofore. It isf strongly Perfumed, and will be
found very durable in use.
ATKINSON'S BEARS' GREASE, COLA0
CREAM, SACHET POWDERS' TRANSPAR.
ENT GLYCERINE SOAP, ROE TOILETT
POWDER, TOILET VINEGAR, VELOU fl'lE,
WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other specialties and general articles of Perfu.
mery may be obtained of all dealers throughout the
World, and of the Manufacturerr,s |
24, OLD BOND STREET, LOiDON, V.,
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICAT'iO.
CAUTION.--Messrs. .-& E. ATKIsoN manu.
facture their articles of one and the best quality
only. Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counter-
feits by observing that each article i, abelled wit
the Firm's Trade Mark, "a White Roa4 on a
Golden Lyre;!' printed in seven colours.
April 11, 1876-Imlf i
A NLMJd'CK-MAY, JUNE, 1877. '
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5 0 6 54 16
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1st after Trinity.
Lst.Qr. Oh 52 a.m
* TUE BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE is published
every Tuesday by DONALD Mg'PaE LEU,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice.--Agent
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazelle,
JAMES Tuis, Esqr., Post Master General.
Sweep Chimneys Wm. James Heney,
At Moderate Rates in any part of the Island.,
GEORGE OAKLEY. IM('IlWn in
Hamilton, April 2nd, 1877. 1 I X w u" L
May 1, 1877.