BERMUI)A COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
N. 24.-Vol. L. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES. 24s per Ann
Isamillon, Bermuda, T esesday, AJ-se Vlj, I 77.
'T UO B AE SOL A Regatta will take place,
5 Ub 1 I utto10I, ON tVED ESDA T,
AT THE COURT HOUSE, 27th June, next,
Hamilton, h flthe Great Soosted.
At 12 o'clock, __-
0 N W E D N E S D A Y, The Sailing Committee of theo B. Y. 0.
The 13th day of June now next ensuing, -
Under and by Virtue of Sundry Writs of Execu- 1st Race.-Race for I. e R. II. the Duke of
tion issued from the Court of General As- Edinburgh's Challenge Cup, with a Cup to be
size against ALBERT COLBURG LAM- presented to the winner by the Club. To start
BERT, at II o'clock precisely. Entrance fee 10/.
THE UNDERMENTIONED 2nd lace.-The Hamilton Stakes open to all
comers, not restricted to H. B. Y. C. Rules.
W hIst Boat 30
Tw 2nd 10
Vizt.: 3rd Boat to save her Stakes.
For this Race 4 Boats to enter or no Race.
A1 LL the Right, Title and Inter-r Entrance fee 1
est of the said Albert Colburg Lambert Entries for both Races must be made with
in and to a certain Parcel of LAND situate in description of Flag and fees deposited at Mr.
the Parish of Southampton, and containing II. R. Hunts, Front Street, Hamilton, on or
about 4 Acres, together with before the 20th JUNE.
S2 CO TTA G E S f the day fixed should in the opinion of the
2C uTT C ,JB A G 1 ES Judges be unfit the Regatta will take place on
first suitable day after.
thereupon, and bounded as follows:-North- May 28, 1877.
early by Lands formerly of William W. New-1
bold, the Elder, deceased, now in possession of f No. 46.
his grandchildren; Southerly by Land former-
ly of William W. Newbold and now of the said T 9T
Anne Lambert and of William Orlando Fred- FM F' S E E T.
erick Newbold (otherwise Bascome) and Sarah -
Ann Newbold (otherwise Bascome), Nathaniel Fresh Goods Fresh Goods !
James Newbold (otherwise Bvscome); Easterly r
by Waters of the Great Sound; and Westerly he Subscriber,
by Land of Daniel R. Tucker, deceased, or
however otherwise the said Parcel of Land Begs to give Notice that he has
with the Messuages and Appurtenance there- Received per H. M. Str. Alpha," from Halifax
upon may be bounded or ought to be described, and Canada
J. H. 1TROTT, A Choice Assortment of
Pro. Mar. Genl. B Tc 0 c 1
Hamilton, May 28th, 1877.
An A merican Carriage,
If not Sold will be.raffled, 35 Members at 1.
A Four Wheeled CARRIAGE, with moveable
And a Quiet MARE, driven by La'y or Gen-
tleman, with Harness and Stable Kit.
rTWO Dining-TABLES with Leaves
PIANO Money CHE ST
Writing DESK 3 CUBBOARDS
Round Tin BATH Bottling MACHINE
M r-A I D-) Drawing Room Fire IRONS
CHEFFONIER and Book CASE
Mosqnito FRAME Iron BEDSTEADS
Sofa BEDSTEAD (closing)
Iron COT CHAIRS
DECANTERS Kitchen UTENSILS'
3 LAMPS CLOCKS Dinner KNIVES
FILTERS Meat SAFE CROCKERY
GLASS 2 ,Six Chamber REVOLVERS, &c.,
Fine Young BOAR Good Breeding SOW
Little Barrow PIG
To BE RAFFLED.
A PIANO, 25 members at 10s,
An old fashioned Hall CLOCK, 14
Members at 5s.
Can be seen.
Apply at the Office of this paper.
21st May, 1877.
Rice and Crushed Sugar.
To arrive per Steamer This-Day from New
Barrels Crushed SUGAR.
B. E. DICKINSON.
Front Street, No. 27 and 28,
Hamilton, June 4th, 1877.-2
THE PATENT CRYSTAL
Most Brilliant Light ever produced.
No Chimney to clean or break.
No Smell nor disagreeable odor.
J. N. JONES,
Sole Agent for the Bermudas.
CRYSTAL ILLUMINATORS on exhibition
and for sale at J. C. KEENEY'S, Reid Street,
J. C. KEEwrE I
Has Received, by "-i C JYIM,/
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
Teas and Coffee.
Hamilton, May 29th, 1877.-3
W ANTED by a Family in this Town. Ap-
J 5tply at the Office of this Paper.
June 5th, 1877.
rjl i BOOItS & noes.
Also just Received per Canima"
And Mail Steamers from West Indies
A Large Assortment of
CIGARS, CIGARETTES and
Also on hand, a few boxes of
Cheap Cash Prices. Call at the Sign of the
BIG CIGA R.
A. GRANTHA M,
No. 46, Front Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.
May 28th, 1877.-3
By Major TRENCH, St. Georges,
Sgood ampt CCOOK.
June lst, 1877.
A LL Persons owing AMOUNTS to Messrs.
A E. P. & N. H. LOOMIS, are reminded
that the time by which these Amounts were to
be paid has passed and are now informed that
we are expecting instructions to Collect the
same by Legal process.
B. W. WALKER 4 CO.,
Hamilton, June 4th, 1877.
A LL Parties having CLAIMS against the
Somerset COOPERATIVE ASSOCI-
ATION, are requested to send in their Accounts
for Immediate SETTLEMENT, on or before
the 12th Instant.
SAML. R. BEAN,
Somerset, June 4th, 1877.-2
A LL DEMANDS against the Es-
tate of MRS. ELIZA I. HIGGS, Widow
of the late Robert lliggs of St. Georges, are
requested to be sent to Wmin. T. Roberts, Agent,
on ov before JUNE 5th.
All Persons INDEBTED to said Estate are
required to make Payment by above date.
MARIA A. HIGGS,
ELLENOR A. HIGGS,
Philadelphia, May 16, 1877.-3
For the Summer Months only.
~ A Commodious
w ,fi D fJ ,-.,g A,0
In Paget-partly F, .i; hel-.-Situated directly
South of the Rectory.
Persons desirous of leaving Town for the
Summer have here a chance of securing a very
Apply at the Office of this Paper.
June 5th, 1877.-2 pd.
UIL UND I112 D
a v j u 7 c ce i c e d
Ex Schr. fAlary B. Tower,
T'he following Airticles,
Which are offered Cheap for Cash,
1BLS. S.F. Family FLOUR
Barrels Corn M 'It \L
Barrels B. E. PFEAS
Dried API'LES BIs. Pilot BR]EAI)
Granulated SUGAR B!s. Kerosene OIL
" BEEF L Barrels Thiii. Mess PORK
BIags CORN Boxes COI)F[IS11
Boxes Assorted BISCUITS
(4 Layer R \I.-1NS Boxes FIGS
CHjEESE Boxes Babbitt's SOAP
Half Chests longg TEA
Tubs Superior BU I'TER
T. H. PITT.
Hamilton, May 14th, 1877.
IRELAND) ISIAN ),
May 7, 1877.
(O A HOr USd E,
lit_ (Or Site for Building)
Suitable for a Sailors' Home,
Near somerset Ferry.
Details concerning purchase or Rent, &c., to bo
REVD. C. 11. IIRBORDI),
Parsonage, Royal Naval Yard.
.New GOODS. .New GOODS.
From London and New York by the S. S.
&It the Old Stand,
Of the late Thomas J. Gilbert, Esqr., opposite
the Cricket Ground,
A well Selected Assortment of
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,&c.
Somerset, May 28th 1877.- Im
The Largest, Best and Cheapest can be bough
fe63ov the cost from
THEOS. J. LIGHTBOURN,
Fro.t Street, Hamilton.
May 28th, 1877.-3 "- ..
LL Persons having received
their Accounts to 31st December last, and
who may receive them during the present month
will please give them their immediate attention.
DONALD M'PHEE LEE.
P.S.-Person having Accounts will please
render the same on or before the 31st May inst.
Hamilton, May 22nd, 1877.
To be Sold at a Bargain.
oi' Cedar Decked Boat
With DINGY-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.
Hamilton, May 29th, 1877.
A new and fashionable
On three Springs, with Patent Slide Seat; has
Also trimmed in green leather, is very roomy
Can be seen at
March 31, 1877.
Under Town Hall, Hamilton.
T '. mc ,
commission ... "t
Vesey Pier, W s W'., '.t, New York.
A LL Persons dei~ ious of Shipping to the
above'Address will. be afforded every ac-
commodation by applying to my .i:.
THr O. OUTE BIIIDGE,
2nd Street, Hamilton,
'... Steamers Wharf.
Stencil Plates and Brushes supplied on appli-
January 30, 1877.-tl Jn 30
Tene- Onion Iot
rUHE Unde;. has assume
-- the Agency of the late MRIE. JO N
And expects to receive the usual Supply of tl
Article in September next
L; Parties whose names have been on
Bell's List for a considerable period, will plea
Inform the Unders'gned if they wish to contain
List for coming Se'som open at (, ,e
S. S. INGHAM & CG .
W. E. TALBOT
Hamilton, April 14th, 1877.
IIEID STREET, HAMILTON, EAST,
Has Received a supply of the fol
FOR THE T"L T!I
Put up by the well known Dentists Messrs. GA
BRIE!L, Ludgate [Hill, London.
SED) ADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORAL'TE TOOTH PAST for Cleansis
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth
pea: -like whiteness
WHITE GUTTA PE RCIHA LN.MI EL, fo
Stopping decayed Teeth
OSTEO-IENAM EL STOPPING, warranted t
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
OD)ONTALGIQUE ELIXINi, celebrate
Hamilton, March 26th, 1877.
Highest Centennial Award.
S il J i.' in the report said : "It see
undisputed that WEB.R has distanced
competition. and must he to-day recognized as t
Piano-maker par excellence of the world, and t
musical jury has but stamped the seal of t
American Centennial Exhibition upon the gene
ally awarded verdict of every vocalist and mu
cian by the award which gives the medal to
WEBER, of New York, for sympathetic, fine a
rich tone combined with greatest power as sho
in three styles, Grand, Square and Upright P
anos, which show intelligence and solidity
their construction, a pliant and easy touch, whi
at the same time ansvvers promptly to its r
quirements, together with excellence of wor
One of these Instruments can be r ,and
Catalogues obtained by applying
.... -- ... YOUNG,
Sole Agent for Bermuda.
Hamilton, March 17, 1877.-6m
Mrss YoNG is also prepared to give instruc-
tion on the Piano-Forte.
Enquire at the Store of
BELL & YOUNG.
West Front St., Hamilton.
For which highest market prices will be paid.
JOHN F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 2nd April, 1877.
Empty Flour Iarrels.,
For sale by
St. Georges, April 12, 1877.
52 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
Consignments of P O4DUCE soliciteJ 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 I S. S. Ingham & Co.,
February 12th, I .-tf
.... i" V
For ,'r-s to
May 1, 1877.
MAY 26, 1877.
Chmnfmy A weeping.
T H E Undersigned having re-
ceived a Patent C HIMNEY SWEEP-
ING MACHiINE from New York, is prepared
At Moderate Rates in any part of the Island.
Hamilton, April 2nd, 1877.
... & N. 1. Loomis,
Co i:.? ;;,i n JMerchants
And Dealers in
FOREIGN AND D 1'3.. '.C FRUITS.
:. 92 Barclay ;ec 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 whomn they can obtain ALc 1 Plat'
and be otherwise aided free of Charge.
January 1st, 1877.
desirous of Consigning
NEW YO M,-,
Will please call upon
f-r. SA.-L, A. .STE.S.
Who will attend to the .:,.,e, of their
Feby. 6, 1:-'
7-, '... ---
I .- /S5 '- ,, -:,.-". ," ;" ...-' .. .-s -sr
ext th' \ 's Lod,, es-
sion -v i .th -.' *,'y to. ..... -
Hamilton, A0. ;i 10, 1877.
CHILD Keeps Watch CHAINS,
WATCHES. Call and see them.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSER-
VATIONS taken under the direction of the Principal
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea
1 82-6 69-0
Hamilton, June 12, 1877.
*.. A .4*W.J q'.fl .* -r v--- -"w
pointed to prepare an address in reply to the
Speech of His Honor the Acting Governor at the
opening of the Session, presented a draft thereof,
and the House, on his motion went into Committee
to consider the same.
Mr. Masters in the Chair.
The several paragraphs were considered and
The House resumed and adopted the address,
which was ordered to be engrossed, and the same
Ordered that the following message be sent to
His Honor the Acting Governor :
May it please your Honor;
We are directed by the House of Assembly to
acquaint your Honor that having an Address to
present the House will be obliged to be informed
when it will be convenient to your Honor to re-
ceive the same,
Ordered, that the message be carried by the
Attorney General and Mr. Middleton.
A Message from His Honor the Acting Gover-
nor. (No. 1.)
WILLIAM LAWTIE MORRISON,
Colonel Royal Engineers,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor informs the House of As-
sembly that he will receive their address in answer
to his Speech this day at 3 o'clock, p.m.
Mount Langton, June 8th, 1877.
On motion of the Attorney General the House
went into Committee to consider the Report on
the publication of the Debates of the House.
Mr. Wilkinson in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved that the Contract
with Mr. Toddings for reporting the Debates be
determined by either party giving to the other
three months notice to terminate it, the notice if
given during the recess by the reporter to be given
to His Honor the Speaker; and that, as regards
the time within which the Debates shall be pub-
lished, it is inexpedient at present to lay down a
fixed rule, but the House will expect the reports to
be published as soon as ....e..'. after the De-
bates take place.
The Debates are to be published in the order in
which they take place-which was agreed to.
The House resumed and adopted the resoluti-
on of the Committee, which was ordered accord-
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell presented a report on Trea-
Mr. Darrell presented an Estimate of Revenue
and Expenditure for the year ending June 30th,
Ordered that the Estimate be printed at once and
distributed to the members of the Legislature, and
also be printed in the Journals of the Assembly.
At the hour appointed the House waited upon
His Honor the Acting Governor and presented
the following Address.
[For Address see another column.]
To which His Honor made the following reply :
(For Reply see another column.]
Message from His Honor the Acting Gover-
nor. (No. 2.)
WILLIAM LAWTIE MORRISON,
Colonel Royal Engineers,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor lays before the House of
Assembly a Report from the Receiver General on
the financial state of the Colony, with the estimat-
ed Revenue and Expenditures for 1877-8.
Mount Langton, June 8, 1877.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Monday,' 11th June.-The Bill to authorise the
Court of Chancery to appoint Commissioners to ad-
minister Oaths in Chancery, was read a second
time, committed, reported, adopted and ordered to
Adjourned to Wednesday next.
The second reading of the Bill of Supply and Ap-
June 5-Bark Lydia, Cory, whaling voyage; 33 pack-
ages sperm oil.-Agent, W. T. James.
9--Barque Ohio, Ellis, whaling voyage ; 400 b1s. oil.-
Agent, John S. Darrell.
11-Mail Steamer Canima, Liddicoat, New York; as-
sorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
June 6-Schr. T. Harris Kirk, Cavalin, New York;
4,532 boxes onions, 1,109 bis. potatoes.
7-Mail Str. Alhambra, Wilson, New York; 6,213
boxes onions, 2,8501 b1s. and 20 pkgs. potatoes, 6,281
boxes and 33 crates tomatoes, and 170 bbls. sperm
oil, ex Barque A. R. Tucker.
Schr. Annie Florence, Frith, Barbados; 402 bls. po-
tatoes, 292 boxes and 2 bls. onions.
8-Barque Eliza Barss, Vesey, New York; 3,070 bxs,
onions, 2371 b1s. potatoes.
9-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York; 2,700 boxes
onions, and 375 b1s. potatoes.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
June 4-Barque Architect, Daniels, Beaufort, S.C.
Brigt. Annie Wharton, Wharton, Philadelphia; in-
ward cargo of sugar and molasses.
6-Schr. Addie fHaines, Moulton, Martinique; 317
empty ale and porter casks.
9-Brigt. Fortuna, Hawes, Halifax ; molasses, inward
cargo of Brigt. "Florence," also 12 bxs. onions, 4
bxs. and 1 crate tomatoes, and 14 bunches bananas.
In the Mail Steamer Canima on Sunday last from
New York :-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hughes, Miss Su-
san Hughes, Mrs. Hatch, Miss Hatch, Mr. S. A. Wood
-Second Cabin, J. H. Masters, Captain Lawrence an(
3 in the Steerage.
In the Mail Steamer Alhambra, on Thursday last
for New York :-Colonel Forbes, U. S. A., and Wife
Messrs. G. H. Berwind, Henry Fahrenkempe, Dudley
Hollis, F. Teshner, W. Newbury. C. W. Smythe
Henry Hasse, Saml. Yungham, Jas. A. Clifton.-
Second Cabin, Manuel Fegada, Jno. DeSilva, and 3 in
The Troopship Simoom hence at Falmouth, England
5th inst. She left here on 18th May.
PROSPECT.-There will be a Cricket Match a
Prospect to-morrow, Wednesday. The Band o:
the 46th Regt. will attend at 3-30 p.m.
DEPARTURE OF VICE ADMIRAL SIR COOP
H. M. S. Bellerophon, bearing the Flag of Vice
Admiral Sir Cooper Key, K.C.B., F.R.S., &c., &c,
Commander-in-Chief of H. H. ships and vessels on
the North American and West India Station, lef
on Wednesday last for Halifax. The Admiral i
accompanied by his sister and two daughters.
The Argus left in company with the Bellerophon
We understand that the Admiral intends visiting
Canada and the United States during the summer.
THE ELECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE FOR PEM
BROKE PARISH.-As there were three Candidates pro
posed at the meeting of the Freeholders of this Paris'
for the vacant seat in the House of Assembly, a Pol
was demanded, and the meeting consequently adjourne
to this day. The voting, which will be by Ballot, wil
commence at the Court House at 11 o'clock a.m. and b
finally closed at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The Ballo
Paper reads thus :
Samuel Alexander Masters,
John Henry Jackson,
Alexander Murray Oudney.
U- the necessary Stores for the ,Canteen attached to
-"' the Club.
-fXNERAL LEFROY, C.B. th .
Our worthy ex-Governor nakdiiargee1set foot in New A Committee M6eting was held in the Captain-
York before he was busy as usual in prosecuti&g with n.Chbsrges Office, Dockyard, Bermuda, on Tues-
unabated zeal inquiries and investigations either histo- day, 5th June, 1877, attended by Vice-Admiral Sir
rically interesting, or practicaUy important, to these A. Cooper Key, K.C.B.
His researches were rewarded with unexpected fruits, Present at the Meeting :-
for, we are informed, he soon discovered traces of Ber- Capt. Somerset, R.N., A.D.C., President, '
muda earlier by four or five years than the earliest his- Capt. Fisher, R.N., H.M.S. Bellerophon,
torical records hitherto known. This carries back the Capt. Silver, R.M.L.I.,
discovery of these Islands to the year 1511 or still ear- Rev. C. Harbord, (Treasurer,)
lier* Rev. T. F. Morton, |
In the volume of Bermuda Records now in course of Lieut. Hearle, R.M.L.I., (Hony. Seoy.),
publication by Messrs. Longman of London, this inter- Mr. Norsworthy, Boatswain,
testing and important discovery will, we presume, be a Fsherprops a shed should b
When at Washington the General made careful in- erected at once on the site of the late Clerk of the
quiries for printed information relating to the diseases Works' house, Ireland Island, as a temporary meas-
of the orange trees, but his industry was not so well re- ure.
warded. The only publication he could obtain on the It was decided to write to the Admiralty to re-
subject was a paper on Insects injurious and beneficial quest that the sum of 180, voted for the improve-
to the orange tree," in the Report of the Commissioners ment of the present Sailor's Reading Room, should
of Patents for 1855 on Agriculture. This Report the be transferred to the improvement of the Seamen
General has sent to the Bermuda Library, where it may and Marines Club.
now be seen. Resolved that circulars should be sent to the dif.
i It describes, with the aid of plates, the insect that has ferent Ships of the Squadron, in the shape of small
proved so destructive to the orange groves of Florida slips from the Bermuda Roya Gazette, containing a
and we are sorry to see that Bermuda is reported to short summary of the Preliminary Meeting an also
have sent to that State on some lemon trees in the year short summary of the Prelminary Meetig and also
1855, a "Coccus" or insect, which was a new form, and of the first two meetings of the Committee, making
threatened to increase. an appeal at the same time to both Officers and Men
Sfor subscriptions, &c., in aid of the Club.
The derelict vessel mentioned in our issue of the 29th It was also resolved that a couple of tents should
ultimo, as having been towed in toward the land near be at once pitched onthe site to be occupied th?
Somerset on the Friday previously by the Pilot Boat Club House, viz., the late Clerk of the works'
Teazer, Mr. J. R. Swan-and was brought up by some- house, Ireland Island.
thing, supposed to be her anchors, taking the bottom- Mr. Carruthers, Clerk of the Works, laid before
was scuttled on Monday the 4th instant by Pilots Swan, the Vice-Admiral and the Committee plans of a
Battery and Tankard. A hole of about 5 feet by 4 was Wooden Hut, drawn up by him in 1871, for a Sail-
cut in her bottom, and some firewood and staves of casks or's Recreation Room, the cost of which would be
taken out. It is inferred from their being bung holes about 490, if some of the materials could be pro-
in some of the staves and spile holes in others, that the cured from the Dockyard. He said that the beams,
vessel had been laden with sugar and molasses. After rafters, &c., could be made at Halifax, sent down here
removing the staves, &c., it was evident that the vessel's in pieces and put together on the site selected for the
deck, or at least a portion of it, had been washed away, ub. That by this means the building could be
as clear water could be seen through her. Her anchors ct at s mh pea
are seemingly still on her bows, and it is believed that erected at so much per yard.
it is the bights of her chains, hitched in the bottom, The Committee were of opinion that this was
that holds her in her present position. The board on the best plan of starting the Club, and the Conm-
which her name was painted on her stern has also been mander-in-Chief said that he would have estimates
washed away, but one on her bows gives her name as prepared at Halifax of the cost of such a building.
T-,'- Q4 T- XT D*-r mi_ -- __ I _-__.
Iris, St. Jonn, N.B. They could not make out her rig
but believe it to be Schooner. She is about 70 feet
Pilot Swan says he supposes she had been drifting
about for some three or four months as there are many
(not large) barnacles on her and some grass.
She is lying opposite Chub Cut passage in about 27
fathoms water. Is in rather a dangerous position for
vessels either approaching or passing the land.
In the Record of American and Foreign Shipping
published in New York in 1873, we find recorded the
Iris of St. John, N.B., Captain Charles Buckard, Schr.
rigged, 68 feet long, 113 tons burthen, built in 1870,
depth 9 feet and belonging to J. S. Welmore.
We find the following in one of our New York va-
pers by the Canima
London, June 5.-Schr. Iris, (Br.,) McDonald, from
Barbados March 14 for Boston (before reported missing),
was abandoned at sea, dismasted. The crew were res-
cued by the Italian brig Palermo and taken to Palermo.
She was abandoned April 5, in lat. 37*38 long. 68'48.
The Committee trust that the Seamen and Ma-
rines of the Squadron will show their appreciation
of the work thus being carried on for their benefit
by subscribing liberally towards the erection and
maintenance of a Seamen and Marines Club House
on Ireland Island, Bermuda.
We have been requested to say that in the account
of the Preliminary Meeting of the Seamen and Ma-
rines Club, Ireland Island, Mr. Thomas Lawson,
Warder, is incorrectly stated to have said that the
" Shipwrights of the Yard" were willing to lend a
hand in erecting a building on Ireland Island,
whereas he only said that "some" of them were in.
lined to do so,
On Friday last His Honor the Acting Governor
came down to the Council Chamber for the purpose
of receiving the Address of the Honorable House
of Assembly in reply to His Honor's Speech at the
opening of the Session.
At 3 p.m., the hour appointed for the purpose,
the Honorable the Speaker and the other Members
of the House being present, the Speaker presented
the following Address :-
May it please Your Honor;
We Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal sub.
jects the General Assembly of the Islands of Ber-
muda thank your Honor for the Speech with which
you have opened the present Legislative Session.
The appropriation for the completion of the St.
David's Lighthouse shall be carefully considered
whenever the Estimate is laid before us.
We shall be ready to give our attention to any
measure for enforcing necessary Surveys of British
vessels, or vessels seeking British Registration, in
these Islands, when it shall come before us.
; We are fully alive to the importance of contin-
ued Steam Communication with New York, and if
difficulties shall occur in maintaining it they will
not arise from any doubt of the social or commer-
cial benefits which this Colony has derived from
that mode of communication in past years.
We shall feel it our duty to consider any pro-
posal for granting remuneration to the "Stella"
Commissioners, should that subject be againbrought
before us, as His Lordship, the Secretary of State
L for the Colonies, has signified his approval of the
manner in which the Inquiry was conducted.
We have to acknowledge with gratitude the
courteous offer of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales tc
place the services of the Secretary of the Royal Com-
mission for the Paris Exhibition of 1878, over which
Commission His Royal Highness presides, at the
disposal of Her Majesty's Colonial possessions.
1 The Estimate for the financial service of the
coming year shall meet with due attention when.
ever they shall be brought before us.
We assure Your Honor that under all circum-
stances this House will be actuated in all its under-
7 takings by a loyal devotion to Her Majesty, and tc
the best interests of these Islands.
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of As-
a. I thank you for your answer to the address which
I had the honor of making to you on the 31st ult.,
d and I feel sure that your deliberations will be so
conducted as to result in the greatest benefit t(
the various interests of these Islands.
J, SEAMEN AND MARINES CLUB.
y Proceedings of the First Meeting of the Sea
men and Marines Club" Committee, held in thE
a Captain-in-Charge's Office, Dockyard, 4th June
Present at the Meeting:-
Capt. Somerset, R.N., A.D.C., President,
Capt. Fisher, R.N., H.M.S. Bellerophon,
t Capt. Silver, R.M.L.I., ',
f Rev. C. Harbord, (Treasurer), "
Lieut. P. Hearle, R.M.L.I., (Hony. Secy.)
Mr. Norsworthy, Boatswain,
I The Committee decided that a quorum must con
sist of three members; that in case of an even num
ber the President should give the casting vote.
e The following Resolutions were put before th
n, Committee and carried unanimously:-
't 1st-That the Working Committee of the Seamei
is and Marines Club" meet at least once a month
or oftener, if necessary.
. 2nd-That the President and Members of the Corn
g mittee collect information on the subject of erect
ing a temporary shed, on the site of the late Cler]
of the Works' house, Ireland Island, subject t
the approval of the Director of Works.
- 3rd-That a building on Ireland Island should b
h commenced, as soon as the Resident Committe
[1 are in possession of sufficient funds to erect it.
d 4th-That the Captain of the Flagship be inform&
.1 once a month by the Honorary Secretary of th
e progress made by the Resident Committee, fo
3t the information of the Squadron.
5th-That the Treasurer and. Honorary Secretari
be members of the Committee.
6th-That arrangements be at once tadi to obtai
te necessy Er t 0a4 a .t.t ae I
expected, it proved not only full of novelty, but in
such good hands, elicited both wonder and admira-
tion. During the dialogue, the voice was thrown
so that it appeared to come from behind a screen,
under the stage floor, inside the piano, or made to
melt away in the distance as if the "Good night,
Sur!" of the purely imaginary Irish gintleman"
and friend, was wafted back on the passing breeze.
The side-splitting farce was a fitting finale to this
variety entertainment, which, in echo to a general
wish, we hope soon to see repeated, forming as it
does an evening's enjoyment of a class to be met
with but seldom in these Islands, where food for
harmless laughter is never so abundant that an oc-
casion of the kind may be passed bye in contempt
We are pleased to learn that the Revd. E. Foggo,
D.D., Rector of Christ Church, Philadelphia, who is
at present on a visit to his friends in these Islands,
has kindly consented to give a course of three Lectures
on Shakespeare," at the Masons Hall in this Town.
It is seldom that occasions, frequent enough in larger
communities abroad, are presented to us, of spending
an evening thus pleasantly and profitably, in contem-
plating the productions of one of the greatest of English
authors, and listening to Selections, effectively read,
from his choicest compositions; and we look forward
with no little pleasure to the rich treat prepared for us.
From the popular nature of the subject, and the
well known ability of the Lecturer, we imagine thai
few who can awail themselves of such a golden op-
portunity will fail to do so; and we anticipate on each
evening a large and appreciative audience.
STEAM TO NEW YORK.-We understand that the
Alhambra will not return to Bermuda, and that the
Canima will make but one more trip, when she also will
cease to run between these Islands and New York.
Prices of Bermuda Produce in New York on 7th
Potatoes,..... .... 7
Onions.............. 25 to $1 35
Tomatoes.,,,,.. ,,, 750
THE AMERICAN SCHR. F. A. MAGEE."
In January last the above vessel struck on the
Bermuda reefs, in consequence of the Master being
80 miles out in his reckoning, which he attributed to
a defective compass. The vessel lost her keel and her
rudder, was extricated from the reefs by salvors
from the shore, and repaired damages in St. Georges
at a cost of $3,000 according to a passenger, who has
written an account of the accident for the Forest
and Stream, a New York sporting paper.
If this is true we should recommend the owner of
the Mages to buy a good compass, for it is paying
very dear for a bad one.
The historian of the event is Mr. Frederick A.
Ober, who writes over the nom de plume of Fred.
We are only concerned with his story in so far as
it shews how far smart writers will go in their
straining after effect, and how little they reck of the
truthfulness of their narrative, so long as it is sen-
sational, or of the feelings of persons probably as
respectable as themselves when they are a few hun-
dred miles away.
Bitter complaint is made of the amount of salvage
and expenses. That may be a fair subject for com-
plaint or criticism, though, if the Master submitted
the salvage claims to arbitration, as he seems to have
done, it is not very clear why he should complain
of the award of 150 to upwards of forty salvors.
He complains, however, that these people did little
or nothing, and that one of them attempted to cut
the foresail adrift, so as to prevent the vessel get-
ting out of the reefs. This we believe to be a gross
calumny. The class of men whom he calls wreck-
ers, are not men, as far as our knowledge of them
goes, of this stamp at all. That they are always
glad to get all they can for their services (like most
other persons, whether Americans or Bermudians or
whether literary or nautical men), need not be de-
nied. But that they are capable of deliberate ini-
quity of this class requires better proof than the as-
sertion of the mate of the Magee.
But it is not the "Niggers" alone whom Mr.
Fred. Beverley has a hard word for, although we
dare say he was not sorry to see their faces, what-
ever the expression of them, soon after he heard the
cry She's lost" in the dead hours of that January
night, but he makes, in some doggerel lines ascribed
to the doctor," a most calumnious, and, we are
certain, unjust attack on the arbitrator, whoever he
was. We shall not quote the lines. We do not know
whom they allude to. But we do know that there
is not a gentleman in Bermuda to whom the impu-
tation could be flung without a falsehood. The
grave part of that imputation is nothing less than
actual collusion between the arbitrator and the sal-
vors, and to this "the doctor" adds a touch meant
to be witty as well as insulting.
We should be the last to defend the malpractices
of salvors or the frauds alleged to be at times prac-
ticed on shipowners and underwriters; but we have
no hesitation whatever in saying that Fred. Bever-
ley's charges against them are gratuitously false
and. calumnious, and deserve the reprobation of
honest men. It is very much to be regretted that
smart writers or aggrieved shipmasters will not
come forward manfully on the spot, when they think
they have grievances to complain of, and have them
honestly investigated, instead of waiting until, in-
quiry being impracticable, there are no means of
meeting such slanders as this.
PADDY O'NEILL'S ENTERTAINMENT.
It has seldom been our lot to witness a perform-
ance of such remarkable interest as that given by
Paddy O'Neill, Army Service Corps, on Saturday
last, the 9th instant, in the Theatre at Prospect.
From the first rising of the curtain till the last mo-
ment, the attention of the audience was spell-bound
and the bursts of genuine and hearty applause
which greeted each song, dance, sketch, dialogue,
or impersonation, testified to their high standard of
In rendering the songs, everyone of which evin-
ced a choice of diction and a successful catering,
the vocal abilities of the performer were exhibited to
perfection in a subtle charm of delivery, both mel-
low and pleasing, accompanied by a corresponding
grace of action and a perfect bonhomie which de-
lineated at once the accomplished artist. ITappy as
were his efforts generally in this direction, we be-
lieve a short ori4wdl O1 'reti oi a Trip across the
Atlanti" which he introduced in one of the songs,
o.vIsibly heightened the effect, and proved to be one
of the most mirth-provoking and ludicrous; Mon-
sieurLe Froy," Butcher Boy," Laughing Song,"
" Another Kind Love," It makes me feel so fun-
ny," &c., &c., were full of wit and humor, and
caused the genial smile, the hearty laugh, and gen-
erous vivas to accompany this part of the peirform-
ance; whilst the patheti4sentimental and topical,
"On the strict Q. T., orbehind the Scenes," "Gone
Wrong," "Erin's Isle," "Pretty Little Rose,"
" Speak up for Ireland," &c., were acknowledged
with beaming satisfaction and hearty encores.
The dancing was also highly appreciated, and
was sustained with vigor, elasticity, grace and
correctness. In fact the artist appears to be a queer
mixture of cleverness and genius in all he professes
to undertake, never once failing to afford satisfac-
tion, and never wearying his audience, but constant-
ly drawing on their sympathy, risibility and ap-
The impersonation of celebrated actors was cap-
itally burlesqued, and called forth renewedlaughter;
but the role of "Adolphus Fitznoodle," a London
drawing room Swell of the modern type, capped the
climax of impersonations, and was, in the peculiar
idiom deucedlyy clevah !"
Ventriloquism is a gift or acquirement so rarely
met with, and yet so full of entertainient- that, as
Chinese Ambassadors), Messrs. John Bright, Glad-
stone, Professor Schlieman and the Earl and
Countess of Caithness. The names of the most
distinguished guests alone would fill nearly a ool-
The correspondent of the New York Times in
London telegraphs that he hears of serious dissen-
sions in the British Cabinet. The Queen's contin-
ued absence is still giving rise to great dissat-
isfaction among all classes, There is no doubt
that Earl Grey has remonstrated with her on the
impolicy of her course. Midhat Pasha is in Lon.
don expecting every day a summons to return to
The London Standard's telegram via Madeira
states that the King of Dahomey paid the fine of
500 puncheons of oil, and the blockade was raised
on the 12th of May, but 200 puncheons of this oil
were lost by the wreck of the steamer Gambia.
The Lisbon Diario de Noticias announces that the
authorities of St. Thomas in the Gulf of Guinea
have discovered a conspiracy for the separation of
the island from Portugal, Arms and documents
were found in the house of a Portuguese merchant
who has committed suicide.
FRANCE.-Paris, June 2.-M. Duverdier, Presi-
dent of the Municipal Council, was arrested last
night, charged with insulting President MacMahon.
Thirty-eight new Administration appointments and
ten dismissals are published in yesterday's Gazette.
PAais, June 3.-A violent article in Le Pays,
openly recommending a coup d'etat under certain
1 circumstances, causes much comment.
A conspicuous note in the Moniteur announces
that on the 16th the Government will meet an in-
terpellation on President MacMahon's message, and
and after a vote will call on the House to discuss
the budget. If the House refuses the Government
will apply to the Senate for permission to dissolve
Late from the United States and
The Mail Steamer Canima, Captain Liddicoat,
arrived at her wharf in this town at four o'clock
on Sunday in 63 hours from New York.
We are indebted to Captain Liddicoat, 1st Offi-
cer Mr. Whitter, Mr. Gale, purser,' and Mr. Har-
ding, for files of New York papers up to the after-
noon of the 7th instant.
Gold in New York on the 7th, 1051.
Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal, 863.
Mr. Edward Trowbridge of New Haven of the
well known firm of Trowbridge & Co., of Barbados,
died at Bridgetown, Barbados,on the 12th May: a
genuine case of hydrophobia. He had been bitten
by a dog, which he was caressing about 6 weeks be-
fore ; the circumstance was almost forgotten. On
the evening before he died, while attempting to
drink a glass of water, he was suddenly seized with
an attack of hydrophobia.
The suit of the people of the City of New York,
against Peter B. Sweeny, a member of the Ring,"
has been compromised by his Brother James M.
Sweeny becoming it is said responsible for the sum
of $400,000, and this is only a small fraction of the
$7,000,000 which the city claims. It is said that
Tweed has been instrumental in bringing about
Commander W. S. Schley of the U. S. monitor
Ajax has been arrested at Norfolk, Va., for refusing
to obey the instructions of the Quarantine Officer
at that place. The penalty for such disobedience
is a fine of $500 and six months imprisonment.
LATEST WAR NEws.-From the Montenegrin
frontier we hear that the Turks are encountering a
stout resistance from the hardy peasants who are
fighting for hearth and home.-The Danube is falling
andherefore important movements may be expected
in that portion of the Theatre of War.-The Czar
has joined the army in person and met with an en.
thusiastic reception.-The Sultan, it is said, will at
, the end of the present week place himself at the
head of the army of the faithful.-A Court Martial
is about to try some Circassian Regiments in the
Russian Service who mutinied and refused to serve
against their Moslem'co-religionists.-The insubor-
dination among the Circas-sian Regiments in Rou-
mania is spreading and threatens to assume gigan-
tic proportions.-The Germans have Officers at the
Russian head-quarters who report fully on the
condition of the Russian Army and the operations
of the campaign.-Austria appears to be pre-
paring for the worst. Orders have been
issued forbidding any man belonging to the Reserve
to leave his district. Large trains of ammunition
are said to have passed through Pesth on their way
to their frontier.-To avoid wounding Austria's
susceptibilities the proposed interview between
the Emperor Alexander and Prince Milan has been
abandoned.-Greece, for the first time in her his-
tory, has united in supporting the Government;
great is the exultation among the people at this
phenomenon, the soldiers and sailors especially are
in the highest spirits, and there is scarcely a doubt,
but that Greece will take part in the War.
On the 4th the Turks claim a victory over the
Montenegrins and Herzegovinians in the defiles of
the Kristoes'; on the 5th the Turks attacked the
position of General Montrovics on Martinitzan
ground, they fell into a trap and were completely
routed with the loss of 1,000 dead. The Montene-
grins lost fifty killed. The number of wounded has
not been ascertained.
In ministerial circles in England there is a re-
newal of the uneasiness felt. when war was declared.
Russia will early overcome Turkey and be able to
est rank in England believe that the British
Government must be involved and declare that so
far little hais been done to prepare for such a con-
tingency. 'Furthermore there is a belief that our
Government will be left alone to carry out and de.
fend its own policy.
A cons iracy has been discovered in Servia, to
depose Prince Milan and to substitute the Prince of
An Italian corvette, with 600 men on board, has
come to grief in the Dardanelles by striking a tor.
On the Tth several dispatches confirmed the re-
port that at Bucharest Martial law is about to be
proclaimed. The Russian police, owing to the re.
putation of l4oumania a a gathering place oftihe-
Poles, and other turbulent characters, deemed it
necessary to take even more than usually severe
precautions for the safety of the Czar.
The Neutrality of the Suez Canal.-LoNDoN, June
6.-In the House of Commons this afternoon a dis.
patch was laid on the table addressed by Lord Der-
by to Lord Lyons, British Ambassador at Paris,
May 16. Lord Derby informs Lord Lyons that
Great Britain had declined the proposal of M. de
Lesseps to keep open the Suez Canal to all nations,
and had intimated to Russia that an attempt to
blockade or otherwise interfere with the canal or its
approaches would be regarded by England as a
menace to India and a grave injury to the commerce
of the world, incompatible with the maintenance
of the British attitude of passive neutrality. At
the same time it was intimated to the Porte and
the Khedive that England was firmly determined
not to permit the canal to be made the scene of any
combat or other warlike operations.
General Grant in London.-LownoN, June 5.-
The reception given by Minister Pierrepont to-
night in honor of ex-President Grant was a brilli-
ant affair. At least 1,000 persons were present,
comprising all the members of the Cabinet (except
Lord Beaconsfield, who is ill), almost the entire
diplomatic corps, (including the Japanese and
1ERMUTDA ROYAL GAZETT'-
KINGSTON, Jamiaca, May 20.-Very heavy tropic-
al rains have fallen in Jamaica, and in the neigh-
borhood of Spanish Town more than a thousand
acres of cultivated lands are under water, the gov-
ernment engineer having permitted the mouth of
the Rio Cobre to become clogged with debris. It
will cost more than $9,000 to clear it. Enormous
damage to property, including the destruction of a
part of the, railroad, has in consequence ensued.
To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Sin,-Will you kindly permit me through the
medium of your columns to say a word in reference
to the race of Thursday last, between the boats of
the 1" Bermuda" and "Warwick" Rowing Clubs ?
In a paragraph in Saturday's Bermudian it is stated
that in consequence of one of the boats (the War-
wick) capsizing, the race could not be contested. As
one of the crew of the Warwick boat I feel bound to
say that the race was fairly won by our opponents
some time before our boat was capsized-owing
mainly to unforseen trouble with our bow and
stroke oars-to say nothing of our having collided
with the Bares' buoy. Justice to our opponents
compels me to say that in my opinion at least the
race was over, as far as we were concerned, before
the occurrence which set us swimming. We hope
ere long to meet our conquerors again, when we
shall strain every nerve to wipe off theremembrance
of Thursday's defeat.
June 11th, 1877.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.-On Saturday afternoon
a boating party saw on Pearl Island, a strange looking
bird, which on closer inspection proved to be a magnifi-
cent specimen of the Osprey or Sea Eagle ; the bird
was engaged devouring a pretty large fish which it had
captured and on being disturbed flew off to a neigh-
bouring Island, with the remains of the unlucky in-
habitant of the deep in its claws.
One of the party, a well known and enthusiastic
amateur naturalist, having his gun in the boat, landed
on the Island in the hope of adding the illustrious
-stranger to his already numerous collection of Bermu-
dian trophies, but was unsuccessful, as the Eagle, hav-
ing been disturbed, was too shy, and flew off in the di-
rection of Agar's Island, swooping down occasionally
to dip its claws in the water, and presenting to the eyes
of the disappointed sportsman, a really splendid speci-
men of a rare though occasional visitor to our shores.
We were much pleased to learn that the noble and
" humane effort of Miss A. Eve (assisted by her pupils
and others) in aid of the widow and orphans of the late
John Peniston who was unfortunately drowned on the
North side of these Islands not many weeks since--
proved quite a success. The Town Hall, Hamilton,
on Thursday evening last, on the occasion of her enter-
tainment was crowded-not only was every seat occu-
pied but many who had succeeded in getting into the
Hall had to stand during the performance. It was a
most creditable exhibition and all present were conse-
: To CORRESPONDENTS.-Cricket Match at Prospect,
&c., unavoidably omitted.
DIED, in this Town on Sunday the 10th instant, at
the residence of his son, B. E. Dickinson, Esqr., the
Worshipful JOSEPH D. EvANs, J.P., at the advanced
S.ageof 84 years ; leaving 3 daughters, 4 sons, 13 grand
children and 2 great grand children, to lament the death
of an affectionate and exemplary Father, and very
many friends to deplore the loss of a kind benefactor.-
"His end was peace."
IMr. Evans held a commission as a Justice of the
Pe:ice for these Islands up to the date of his death, ex-
tending over a period of 20 years. He also represented
his native Parish, Southampton, for many years in the
General Assembly, and occasionally held appoint-
-ments to various other important positions in the
........., at Ireland Island on Sunday last, after along
and painful illness, borne with great patience, MR.
WILLIAM KEITH SMITH, a native of these Islands,
aged ,34 years, leaving an affectionate wife, mother, sis-
ters and brothers to mourn their loss.-[ Washington
papers please, copy.]
........, in St. George's on Thursday, 7th instant, af-
ter a long illness, MR. EBENEZER HOAR, aged 64 year,
leaving a bereaved widow, grandchildren, and a large
Snumiber of friends to mourn their loss. The deceased
was a'Member of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows
Sfort upwards of 20 years. His remains were interred
B with all the honors by that Society.
........, at Schenectady, New York, April 12th, 1877,
of Dropsy, RICHARD ELWIN, Esqr., in the 66th year
of his age. The deceased served as Storekeeper for
nmsny years in the Commissariat Department, Ireland
ALL DEMANDS against the Es-
tate of the late CHARLES BRAI)Y of
St. George's Parish are requested to be rendered
to the Undersigned on or before the 30th day oj
this present month.
JOHN T. BOURNE,
St. Georges, 9th June, 1877.
T NHE Undersigned intends leaving Bermuda
by New York Steamer of 28th instant, and
requests all persons INDEBTED to him will
please make payment
On or before the 25th instant,
^ Failing which their ACCOUNTS will be placed
in' legal hands for collection. Those having
CLAIMS against him will please call and ren-
der their ACCOUNTS immediately for settle-
ment and receive their respective Amounts.
F. D. S. NASH.
Hamilton, June 11, 1877.-2
Gold DRAFTS !
On Messrs. A.
BENNETT& CO(., New York.
S. S. INGHAM &
Hamilton, 30th, April, 1877.
M- ilch COW,
Quiet and kind in every respect. Calf just off.
S Sold for no fault whatever.
Further particulars apply at the Store of W.
BLUCK, ESQR., to
J. H. MASTERS.
Hamilton, Ju:ne i1, 1877.
Cook and House Servant
By a Family in this Town.-Apply at the Of-
fice of this Paper.
'Hamilton, June 12, 1877
At 12 o'clock,
WILL BE SOLD,
At the Residence of
.'Issf. Cor. E. J. DeSalis,
Next to Lane's Stables, Hamilton.
CARRIAGES, FURNITURE, &c., partly
Enumerated on front page of this Gazette, head-
ed an American Carriage."
12th June, 1877.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION
ON THE WHARF,
13th inst., At 11-30 Sharp,
I Will Sell,
Without Reserve, to close Consign -
About 30 Tons
Used for Stoves, Grates, and for burning
Lime this is the very best and cheapest.
And Immediately after at the Old Stand, to
close another consignment.
A few Tons Bat GUANO.
Although this excellent Fertilizer has but
a short time been introduced in these Islands,
it has during the present season, proved be-
yond a doubt all that has been claimed for it.
SMust be Sold. No Reserve what-
A General Assortment of Fresh
PROVISIONS, 4-c., cc.
13RLS. S. F. FLOUR
Do. Corn MEAL
Bags CORN and BRAN
Tubs BUTTER Boxes CHEESE
FIGS RAISINS and CONFECTIONERY
Roxes FISH Qr. Brls. MACKEREL
Cases OYSTERS, PEACHES and CORN
10 Boxes SOAP 5000 'Tip Top' CIGARS
Tins Assorted BISCUITS
Brls. Pilot BREAD Soda BISCUITS
i Hf. Ch. Oolong TEA
c., &c., &c.
A Young Staunch Draught
1 DRAY and HARNESS
1 Large DONKEY, with DRAY &
A Good GOAT 1 Dinner SET
Some FURNITURE &c., &c.
Hamilton, June 12th, 1877-.
On Thursday next,
14th inst., At 12 o'clock, M.,
IN FRONT OF THE STORES OF THE
50 SUGAR Cured HA MS
50 do. do. Strips BACON
20 Tubs and Kegs BUTTER.
25 Buckets new June BUTTER
10 Drums new CODFISH
3000 Spruce Pine 1 inch BOARD
3000 2 x 3, 2 x 4, 3 x 4, 4 x 6 SCANTLING
15 Kegs 3d, 4d & 5d Cut NAILS
A Lot of Empty BARRELS
1 Patent Earth CLOSET
1 Kerosene STOVE
3 Mosquito NETS
1 DOUBLE HARNESS
But little worn
2 Hf. Chests Oolong TEA
S&c., &e., &c.
1 Market WAGON
B. W. WALKER
Hamilton, June 11, 1877.
TO R iV 0 IA 11
BY PUBLIC AUCTION?
| 2ist Instant,
If not previously disposed of,
In Front of the Stores of the Un.
Very fast and quiet in Saddle or iHarness, and
believed to be quite sound.
A Low Light
P ii. AT. 0 N,
To seat three,
Built by DEWOLFE of Halifax.
A Good Set Single HARNESS
And Stable KIT complete.
A very Fine
Saddle and Bridle, 4c.,
Apply to IIERBERT F. RiOE, Esqr., R.N., for
particulars as to Price, or to
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
H amilton, June 12, 1877.
H RESIDENCE '
I1 Hamilton Parish.
The House is neat, commodious, well built and
pleasantly situated on the main North Shore
Road, with two and one half acres of Land, half
of which is arable, extending from the Road to
Terms reasonable and accommodating.
Particulars furnished on application to
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
June 11th, 1877.-3
ON TUESDAY Morning last, in Warwick
A Carriage Door Curtain,
Leather, lined with blue Serge.
The finder on leaving it at the Royal
zette" Office will be rewarded.
Hamilton, June 12, 1877.
Suitable for the Season,
Have just Received,
A Large and well Selected Assortment of Eng-
lish and Scotch
Per CANIM A" via New York,
Which are offered at low Rates.
The attention of the Public is Invited.
LOCKWARD & INGHAM,
Under I. B. Y. Club Rooms.
Hamilton, 14th May, 1877.
n- -Ae* A Young Black
Rising Six Years,
Sold for no fault, the owner being about to
leave these Islands.
She is perfectly true to collar and believed to
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Hami!ton, June 12, 1877.
j Boots & Shoes.
A&r THE O L D SArIV >
A Large Assortment of Ladies',
Gents'. Misses, Boys' and Children's
20oots & $Ho0s,
Of the latest Styles and of the best quality,
Suitable for the Season.
All down at bottom Prices
Hamilton, June 12th, 1877.
for the CASH only,
Valuable Real Estate in
Twetoly Fiwe 'Icres,
(More or Less)
Of some of the choicest Farming and Timber
In the colony, situated at.,the Western End of
Southampton Parish, between the Main Road
on the East and the Ocean on the West.
This, valuable Property will be Sold at a low
figure, and a large portion of the purchase money
may remain on Mortgage.
ORMOND T. MIDDLETON.
Ilth June, 1877.--3 3p.
Importers from New
THE PACKET BRIGANTINE
Will be ready to receive cargo at New York
on arrival of Steamer "Canima."
6 ORDERS sent by New York Mail on
Thursday next can be executed per Excel-
RATE OF FREIGHT
40 Cents per Dry Bbf.
S. S, INGHAM & CO.
June 12th, 1877.*
In a small family in this Town.
Apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office.
June 12, 1877.*--2
r"HE FREEHOLDERS of Pern-
-- broke Parish are hereby further notified,
that under the provisions of the Ballot Act,
1874," Monday the 11th June, inst., would not
be a lawful day for the purpose of Electing a
Member of the House of Assembly in the
room of the Honorable George Somers Tuck-
er, and therefore the meeting of Freeholders
called on Saturday the 9th June for the pur-
pose of nominating a Candidate, will adjourn
TUESDA Y the 12th of JI,,,',
instead of Monday the 11th, as before notified.
Given under our hands at Pem-
broke Parish, this 7th day of
RICHARD J. P. DARRELL, J. P.,
MORRIS A. M. FRITH, J. P.,
SN. A. BUTTERFIELD, J. P.
[ Comi 1Hiliathon.]
T HE fourteen days contemplated contradic-
tion of my honest claim on behalf of
the Original P. & W. C. S. is not so enormous
in bulk as I anticipated from the lavish expen-
diture of time in its manufacture. I fancy I
can see the glow of satisfaction which passed
over the features of the worthy trio, who eag-
erly sought the first Gazette of Tuesday last to
see if print made its misrepresentations more
plausible. I pity Mr. John Wilson for being
duped so far as to be induced to sign his name
to such an effusion; but his prompters, know-
ing they were vulnerable in certain points
mentioned, chose him as a medium, no doubt
under the impression that they would not get
hit while he showed himself as target, who
(poor fellow) has been induced to make a mis-
representation of other's failures, a true type
of his own together with his supporters. Now
I will proceed to divest his a ,',.:i., : of its
falsity. The first section I will pass over with
this comment, that, though deficient of mate-
rial in my first, it shall be amply supplied in
this, and that truthfully. Mr. Darrell's resig-
nation was never accepted even by those who
now oppose. Mr. Robinson never was a re-
corded member of the P. & W. C. S., but an
occasional performer. The united members
of the P. & W. C. S. never elected him; a few
secessionists must have done that without their
sanction. On the whole that resolve is of very
recent date and very shallow, for it was never
proclaimed until the departure from Bermuda
of that excellent Gentleman (whose name he so
often mentions in his advertisement) to whose
principles the p'r.1,.ling (had the mutual ver-
bal explanation he requested been granted)
would have been abhorrent; but Mr. Robin-
son decidedly refused to face us, as he knew
his clandestine proceeding would be over-
thrown. Let Mr. W. or Mr. R. assert whatever
they please; I know their faculties are not so
clouded as not to perceive that they have not
that coveted society whose right is that name
P. & W. C. S., the members of which unani-
mously acknowledge Mr. T. R. Darrell as Mas-
ter, and which members are the large majority
and encore party of the identical Society who
performed at Mount Langton on two occa-
sions by request, who are ready at any time so
to prove themselves, in voice or in feature, in-
dividually or collectively. Mr. R..wanted the
performers: he has not got them. The name
will be of service to him through its hard-
earned popularity under Mr. D's. management.
Mr. D. never acknowledged any private tuition
from Mr. R. (who I know from experience is
vain enough to suggest as much); on the con-
trary, Mr. R. has acknowledged to me that his
first idea of music was gained from Mr. D.
On the basis of misdemeanor Mr. W. and his
supporters would be put hors de combat, but I
shall not particularise. Mr. W. in justice
could acknowledge by whose sole efforts and
through whose instrumentality those valuable
requisitions came, but his judgment is warped.
As to Mr. Wilson's libel (concerning the two
communications), which I am prepared honor-
ably to rebut, he (Mr. W.) is to tender me a
written apology within five days from date or
proper steps will be taken to vindicate my
cause. As to the requisitions (two of which
are from Mount Langton) being merited, we
leave that to the impartial judgment of that
honorable assemblage of ladies and gentlemen
who witnessed those entertainments. The
Operas, Oratorios, &c., mentioned, may be
something to eat for all you know by experi-
ence to the contrary. The performance of
" Qui Tollis and Quoniam tu Solus," from
Haydn's Imp. Mass in D, pleased those at
whose special request the Society attended,
among whom were efficient impartial critics;
but we did not expect it to please you, whose
expressed opinion ere this has been the reverse,
but now your judgment, if any, is warped by
opposition. On the reappearance of Mr. D's.
Society in Hamilton I am commissioned ver-
bally to substantiate the rightful claim of the
Society, as it is not my aim to make a display
of folly in print and retire with a you can't fail
to perceive idea that my opinion must be en-
dorsed by the public. At that time you will
perceive that the familiar faces so ignored by
you will materially assist in establishing our
claim in the opinion of unprejudiced and im-
partial patrons. On the whole your attitude
invokes to my mind the words of the immortal
"0 judgment thou art fled to brutish beasts,"
And men have lost their reason."
Very truly yours,
Secretary P. 4 W. C. S.
June 11, 1877.
N. B.-Mr. Wilson will perceive that I have
given him an only alternative. If he deems it
advisable he may avail himself of the opportu-
nity ere it be too late.
JR, r. I N,
,. :, +}.' ;
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Passengers respectfully notified that the Stage
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Holders of Return Tickets are requested to
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prior to the ship's departure.
Sufferance W'arehouse to be cleared on Sat-
urday, 16th June. Consignees are requested to
pay freight by that date.
TROTT & COX.
West Front Street, June 12, 1877.
Notice to Carpenters.
TENDERS will be received by
the Undersigned up to noon of
a7 q./ 21 st Instant,
From Parties willing to Build a
The Wood to be of best Material and free
Tenders to state the shortest time in which
the Roof can be completed.
The BUILDING COMMITTEE do not bind
themselves to accept the lowest or any Ten-
Plan to be seen on application to
CLAUDE WM. McCALLAN,
Secretary to Building Committee of the Free Church
St. George's 9th June, 1877.-1
Colonist Copy 3rd page.
Teas! Teas! Teas!
The Subscriber has just received a
Consignment of the very best and second
Which he offers by the Chest or Hialf Ch. st,
Cheap for Cash.
Families will do.wcll to combine and purchase
Bird Eye PEAS, for planting
Ha milton, June 11, 1877.
To Growers Waind Owters
OF BELMIULA 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 iu New York, which will be
given to the New Yoi'k Cofisignees 'fr; Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shiptient.'
When necessary to order, Specie in: returi for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense
of the Owners interested, and Owners will
clearlyy understand that all the dangers of tran-
sport are borne by them.
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January 9, 1877. to304h June,3p
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Mary Alien, Mrs A G Bonn, Win H Brau, Annie
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Davis, Jas D Deshield, Henry T Frith, .M1rs H T
Frith, Joseph W Gibbons, Samuel Harford, J A Hult,
Mrs T Tasling, Joseph E iHinson, Sarniuel A Halt-
stead, J amns Hall, Gdorge E Jones, (care of Mrs
Uf Bascomb), Brown Jones, Jerome Joaquim, John
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Post Office, Hamilton, June 11th 1877.
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Hughers, A J Harris, Mrs Richard Joell,.,'Annie E
Richard Lamrbent, Wi H Lightbourne, K-ito
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Richardson, C Robinson, Frances Smith, iSmith,
A Statt,Augustus Smith, Susan A Smith, Joseph
James jSmith, John Smith, F W Smith, (Estate of
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':RMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
5, .,, ".--Pursuant to ajourn-
rcr;t ,h 0 3-qo0se met.
IonoraTbile W'::- H. 0 "' .
S Jamies H.
Henry Fowler, i-':ver General,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Colonial Secretary,
George Somers Tucker.
T',- Honorable William H. (3osling, the senior
member present, took the : .:'.
The Colonial Secretary, from the Committee ap-
pointcd to i.' j the Draft of an Address, in an-
swer to the Speech of Thi Honor on the opening of
tho Sessi n, presented a Report.
The Colonial Secretary read the Draft of the Ad-
The House went into Committee thereon.
M r. '.i'r.. ,' ~~ in the .'"
The Committee rose and i ,rt-* the Draft of the
Address, which was a.'i" .* and ordered to be en-
Ordered that the following M- a:: be sent to
His Honor the Acting Governor:--
May it please Your Honor ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to in-
form Your Honor that the ( -ii,.': having an Ad-
dress to present, desire to know when it will be
convenient to Your Ilonor to receive the same.
Council Chamber, 5th June, 1877.
Ordered that the .' =:- .c be delivered by the
Adjourned to Tuesday, 12th June, at 11-30,
A RAFFLE FOR FREEDOM.
We translate from a German sketch of American
travel the subjoined account of an incident alleged
to have occurred on a Mississippi steamboat a short
time before the war.
"I ascended the Mississippi," says the writer,
"on a steamer on board of which were Judge J-
and General K-, of Pennsylvania, with both of
whom I was slightly acquainted.
'A hard set, these Natchezmen," said the cap-
tain, who met us on the cabin stairs; "There's
some of them down in the saloon playing a high
game. How men can be such fools, I could never
Let's go down and look on awhile," suggested
"In the saloon we found four men seated at a
table, around which a crowd of spectators was
gathered. The four were the heavy players."
The game was poker, and the money changed
hands rapidly. We had not been looking on long,
when one of the players, a middIck-s d man, who I
learned was a cotton-planter, bet his last dollar
against the hand of one of his antagonists. The
latter showed four kings, while he had only four
queens. He was "cleaned out," and rose as though
be were going to leave the table.
Are you broke, colonel ?" asked one of the men.
"'Dead !" was the laconic reply.
'Never mind; I'll lend you."
'No; I can make a raise, I reckon-Here,
'Bring that girl and her youngster here, that I
bought in Natchez.-Wait a few minutes, gentle-
men. I'll raise some money."
"The old regro went on his errand and soon re-
turned with the girl and her youngster. The
girl" proved to be a stately mulatto woman about
thirty-five years old. Her "youngster" was a fine,
intelligent looking boy eleven or twelve years old,
whose complexion showed him to be much more
nearly allied to the white race than to the black.
1'Here, gentlemen," said the planter, as they
entered, "you see this girl and her boy-two as fine
niggers as you can find anywhere. I paid eight
hundred dollars for them yesterday in Natchez.
Who will give me six hundred for them ?"
Will you sell them separate ?" asked some
," 'No; can't do it; I promised not to. The girl
swears she'll take her life if she's separated from
her boy, and her old master said that he was sure
she'd keep her word. But don't you all see that
the girl is worth more money than I ask for both of
them ? Come, who'll give me six hundred for
"'The planter waited a moment for a reply and
then said :
Well, I must have some money. Come, what
say you to a raffle-thirty chances at twenty dollars
a chance? Out with your cash, gentlemen. The
first on the list has the first throw !"
"This proposition created a decided stir among
all present. The three players at the table led off
by taking three chances each. Their example was
followed by the spectators, and twenty chances were
taken as rapidly as the planter could write down
the names and take the money. Then there was a
slight pause. The planter himself now took two
chances,and he was followed by histhreefellowplay-
ers, who each took one chance more. Finally,three
more chances were taken by the spectators, when
the planter cried out:
'Two chances still, gentlemen! Who will
have them ?"
"' General K- whispered something in Judge
J--'s ear, and then went to the table and laid
two ten-dollar gold pieces on it.
'Name, sir, please ?"
"'Never mind the name. Put it down for the
Eh-what! for the girl herself ?"
Yes, certainly; let's give her a chance."
'All right! One for Ninette. And now-'
That's for the boy,' faid Judge J--, quietly,
as he laid- twenty dollars on the table.
'Good! bravo! bravo!' cried the planter and
several of the by-standers. One for Tommy, which
makes the thirty. Now, gentlemen, let's see whom
The dice were brought and the throwing began,
Each chance entitled the holder to three throws.
",Thirty-six was the highest thrown until the
holder of the eleventh chance threw. He scored
forty-two. Then a less number was thiown, until
number twenty-one scored forty-nine.
"Again and again the dice rattled in the box,
until it came to number twenty-nine.
,,' Come, Ninette-its your turn now.'
"As the poor woman came forward, her hands
crossed and pressed convulsively against her
breast, it was truly painful towitness her agitation,
Won't the gentleman that took the chance for
me please throw?" she asked in a low tremulous
"' No, let your boy throw,' replied the gene-
ral; perhaps he would have more luck than I.'
"' Come Tom,' said the planter.
"Tom came forward and picked up the box.
The woman pressed her lips closely together and
clasped her hands as if in prayer. The boy trem-
bled like -r. ;.;.e, C. but shook the dice and
",For a mment he "': a t. .n J.-t as though he
could u.i believe his eyes, then he put down the
box .-- 1 bac, .
S'Come, 'i'ommy, throw; again, *. the plan
It's rc,. use, master; I :..' ". t throw l -::.-
,,i' rue, true' But you have your own chance.
"' C,.ir -l1 said Jude J--,'that one was your
mother's. Now throw for yourself, on the chance I
gave you. a stout heart, my and may
"- ,ven smUle on you"
"Again the boy returned to the table and took
up the box. He '.Tr-,:'1 his lips together and did
his best to control his t..r,)' ...'- N, :t. a sound was
to be heard in the saloon but the rattling of the dice.
For a moment every man seemed to hold his breath.
r fives and a six-sixteen !' said the plan-
:'.. ..''i.. :-, the number, while a murmur of
-i i. .fS!,0' ran through the crowd.
"One of the by-slanders gathered up the dice
and put them in the box, and the boy threw again.
'Two sixes and a five-seventeen !'
"The excitement now knew no bounds, and the
' bravos' resounded on every hand. The boy, as he
took up the box to throw for the third and last
time, was as nearly colorless as it was possible for
him to be with his ..'* skin.
"Out rolled the dice, and up came three sixes,
which made e!
'Tommy, my boy, I congratulate you!' cried
' br *-r. You are your own and your mother's
..r '-.-... .i up the necessary papers, captain, and
I will sign them. These gentlemen will be the
"I will not attempt to describe the scene that
je--,r. ra. In the general satisfaction, one of the
: e -2 looking men in the crowd proposed a sub-
was received with such favor that in less than five
minutes fifty dollars were collected."-F'romApple-
ton's Journal for June.
TURKISH MI `-PULE.
The absolute sovereignty of the Sultan, who
creates and removes officers at will, and is master of
the lives and property of all his subjects; the abso-
lute I-,i;:: of the subordinates-for every aga,
even, is as despotic in his own territory as the Sul-
tan in the capital ; the weakening of the central
power; the great amount of land held in mortmain ;
the crushing burden of taxation; the false theories
of commerce; the indolence of the ruling race; and
the wide spread venality of office-holders-all these
have produced their natural effects in the fair lands
of the Ottoman-the very garden of the world.
The most glaring and ruinous result is the rapid
depopulation of the country. Here, again, figures
will be found more powerful than words. The
three divisions of the Ottoman Empire were calcu-
lated, in 1856, to comprise 1,812,048 square miles,
with a population of 35,850,000, or 20 inhabitants
to the square mile. Compare this with England,
which, by the census of 1861, held 347 individuals
to the square mile. And yet the lands of the Turk
are the finest on the earth, where the genial sun and
the winds of heaven give a charming climate and
luxuriant soil, yielding even to the Oriental hus-
bandman a hundred for one, and :a.-!L of produ-
cing four hundred for one; where the rocky
mountain sides are not made waste by the rigor of
the skies, but can nourish rich crops of grapes and
olives; where the sun, r si.a, beyond the sacred
Euphrates, strikes his first beams on the crescent
flag, and, sinking at night beyond the Danube, sheds
his last glow on the mountain-barriers of Western
Turkey. I; Ottoman nation is the richest in the
world in extent of country, variety of climate, and
fertility of soil; it is the poorest in the world in
population and productive industry. Nine-tenths
of Mesopotamia, the richest soil under heaven, and
capable of supporting in itself forty million souls,
is a wild and desert waste. Not one-seventh of the
alluvial lands in Wallachia and Moldavia was un-
der cultivation a quarter of a century ago; and to-
day from the wasting tyranny of the Ottoman rule,
the long country inside the Balkan Range stretches
away, desolate and deserted, to the very gates of
Constantinople, sending up its wild, coarse grass to
the horses' girths.
It is in the great plains, both in Europe and
Asia, that the most ruinous waste and saddest decay
are seen. The cavalry of the tyrannous pashas has
swept the country as with a broom, It is a Tur-
kish proverb that where the hoof of the Turkish
horse has trod no grass will grow." But in the
rugged mountain ranges, where the horseman
dreads to enter, and where leaden death flashes
from every rock, the population is steadily and
rapidly increasing. Unable to escape the oppres-
sion of the pashas, the dwellers on the plains have
gradually left their rich and sunny fields and fled
to the mountains. One may ride for days over the
broad levels, meeting with few people of any sort,
and with scarcely one Turk. But if he cares to
turn his horse into the wild paths of Servia, Bos-
nia, Bulgaria, Lebanon and the Taurus, he will find
the mountain hollows and the vales laughing with
the joy of harvests and every nook merry with the
a: :.- .at children of freemen.
It is mainly the rayahs, however, who take refuge
in the hills. The Moslems, who can no longer en-
dure the tyranny of their own rule, flock chiefly to
the towns. The country is drained of its most
useful class, the producers, and the cities receive a
fitful and unhealthy stimulus. It is doubtless this
that has deceived so many travellers in Turkey as
to the condition of the empire. There is, in truth,
an increase of population in many large towns;
but, when its cause is considered, it is seen to be,
not a sign of prosperity, but the strongest indica-
tion of decay. It is the source of that fearful
evil peculiar to Turkey-not in its mere existence,
but in its magnitude and ruinous results-the
countless multitude of idlers, vagabonds, and use-
less servants, that overrun the traveller in every
Moslem street. There are between two and three
millions of these-some of them nominally or ac-
tually attached to pashalic establishments or the
homes of the wealthy, but all of them required to
be fed by the crops which they do nothing to raise;
lounging luxuriously in the shades of the mosques,
while the husbandmen toil in the smiting sun to
feed them ; crying Backshish !" to every passer-by
while the labouring swain is shouting "Kola!" to
his ploughing team.
While the fields, thus ':-.: .'.e:d, are returning to
a state of Nature, even the cities themselves are
falling to decay. Through all the centuries it has
been held that no one, not even Turks, can hold
real estate in 1,-. .. right. W hen a .:... ,. .
dies, his immovable ty .. -. 0o the *: :'... if
he leaves no .'' or only da .: ".' ; if he
leaves sonM, their ..... succession. i gained only
by the payment to the Suitan of a tenth of the value
.--this being :...0.:. .: ,, the imperial officers.
The reforms of Abdul-Medjid promised to abolish
this evil, but not untilithad eatendeepintotthepros-
perity of the empire. For no one cared to build or
enlarge his borders ; if a tower or an arch fell, if a
house was shattered by an earthquake, there they
lay: the owner ., i';-< to keep his wealth in
jewels or money, which could beea.q.il: concealed by
bis survivors.-From A.. .,' s Journal for June.
t~O I E ", Iy of th~e rof
~rkvncy L zem'
& -* '"* ; *^i '
-, ,~., -'
F(.r .' of Aus keo .. ...ci I
cppe)r, iron and -. v-.vare.
All kinds of Cutlery and Tools ground.
. it'.e 6', 1877.
1 8 7 7. 7TArlm ir am'z
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FOR PRESE" TS,-AT LOW NORTH OF TRINITY CHURCH '
PRICES, Hamilton, Nov. 13, 1876.
CONSISTING OF :-
JEWE LRY (English and American)
Solid SILVER Silver PLATEDWARI'
Pearl, Bone and lair GOODS
Making in all as suitable a collection for the
public as any ever offered before.
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Next west Gazette" Office.
Hlamilton, December 38, 1876.
Reid Street, West of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri.
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.
BULL'S EAD LIVERY
DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor.
Branch Establishment, St. George.
THE Proprietor of the above Es-
tablishment having just returned by the
" Canima" 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.
L i very
NEAR NAVAL CRICKET FIELD,
E. Crawly (Mail Contractor,)
Horses and Carriages, (with Experienced Dri-
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October 24th, 1876.
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And may be consulted there in Kent St.
daily, between 9 a.m. and 5 o'clock.
October 10, 1876.
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and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any
address on receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by
F J CLARKE, Chemist, figh Street, LINCOLN.
BARCLAY & SONS, LONDON, AND ALL THEWHOLESALE
BRONZE MEDAL AT THE
Universal Exhibition of Paris 1855,
Bronze Medal at the Exhibition of Trierte, 1871,
Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Havre, 1868,
Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Paris, 1872,
Gold Medal at the Exhibition of Lyons, 1872,
Diploma of honor at the Maritime Exhibition, Pa-
M- MUSTARD PAPER
FOR SINAPISMS OR PLASTERS,
Adopted by the Hospitals ot. Pars, Field
and Military Hospital, by the
English Royal Navy and
the French National
To retain the whole of the properties of Mustard
in its powdered state and to obtain easily in a few
moments a decided result with the smallest possible
quantity of the remedy, are the problems which M.
Rigollot has solved in the most conclusive and sa-
tisfactory manner. Rigollot's Sinapism in leaves
will, therefore, be found in every family, for the
prompt action obtained by it in many cases of emer-
gency renders it an invaluable remedy fur various
(Signed) A. BOUCHARDAT
Annuairetherapentique ann6e 1868, p. 204.
The precious quality of Rigollot's Paper in cases
of great gravity, is that of acting very rapidly. It is
in important Healing Agent. To children, weak,
and nervous persons, I strongly recommend the fol-
1lwing method of graduating the action of the plas-
ter according to the will or condition of the patients
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.
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE, AVENUE VICTORIA,
24 PARIs,-and by all respectable Chemists.
Brown Windsor Soap
Glycerine Cold Cream
Pure Glycerine Soap
SoAPs Marshmallow Soap
Elder Flower Soap
Carbolic Acid and Glycerine
EXTRACTS FOR THE Jockey Club Bouquet
HANDKERCHIEF ,.'xLra' of Ylangilang
Ess. Boquet, &c., &c.
S'..r w Oil$
POMADES Crystal Cream
i Exquisite Pomade, &c., 1Sc.
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, Violet Powder,
Rosemary and Cantherides Hair Wash,
Toilet Vinegar, and every ..:mt n of Toilet
33, RED LION ROAD, HOLBORN, LONDON.
CALLING AT QUEIET TOWNW,
Carrying the United States Mail
from New York
MONTANA sails June 12, at 3 p.m.
Il A IO1 sails June 19, at Noon.
WYOMING sails July 3, at 10 a.m.
\WISCONSIN sails July 17, at 10 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
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 daa
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York*
May 24, 1877.
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. CORDOVA, 1872
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephanon
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
And all other odours, of the finest quality only;
Celebrated Eau de Cologne
is strongly recommended, being more lasting and
fragrant than the German kinds.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP
celebrated for so many years, continues to be made
as heretofore. It is strongly Perfumed, and will be
found very durable in use.
ATKINSON'S BEARS' GREASE, COLD
CREAM, SACHET POWDERS, TRANSPAR-
ENT GLYCERINE SOAP, ROSE TOILET
POWDER, TOILET VINEGAR, VELOUTINE,
WHITE ROSE TOOTH PASTE,
and other specialties and general articles of Perfus
mery may be obtained of all dealers throughout the
World, and of the Manufacturers,
J7. & E. .T Z T I0 T,
24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION.
CAUTION.-Messrs. J. & E. ATKINsoN manu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality
only. Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counter.
feits by observing that each article is labelled with
the Firm's Trade Mark, "a White Rose on a
Golden Lyre;" printed in seven colours.
April 11, 1876-12m If
To Illustrate the Eastern Question.
On Sale at the Royal Gazette" Stationery
Hamilton, May 29th, 1877.
RIMMEL'S CHOICE PERFUMERY patron-
ised by all the world.
RIMMEL'S IHLANG-ItILANG,VANDA, HIENaA, JOCKEY
CLUB, FRANGIPANE and other Perfumes of exquisite
RIMMEL'S LAVENDER WATER distilled from Mit-
RIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, celebrated for its
useful and sanitary properties.'
RIMMEL'S EXTRACT OF LiEl JUICE AND GLYCi-
RINE, the best preparation for the Hair especially
in warm climates.
RIMMEL'S DUGONO OIL SOAP, perfumed with Aus-
RIMMEL'S GLYCERINE HONEY, WINDSOR, and
other Toilet Soaps.
RIMMEL'S ROSE WATER, COSTUME AND FLORAL
CRACKERS, very amusing for Balls and Parties.
RIMMEL'S VIOLET, ROSE LEAF, RICE, and other
A Liberal allowance to Shippers.
EUGENE RIMMEL, Perfumer to H R H the Prin-
cess of Wales, 96 Strand ; 128 Regent
Street, and 24 Cornhill, London ; 16
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris; and 27
King's Road, Brighton.
Sold by all Perfumery Venders.
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