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

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THr


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 34.--Vol. L. STATE SUPER. VIAS ANTIQDAS. 21s per Ann


Ifa9illon, Bermuda, Turesday, d4tui st 21 I 877.


V R: II,
O ui-rim' n, t Office
HAMILTON, Bermuda, 13th August, 1877.
T HE DISTRICT COMMISSARY
GENERAL will receive Tenders in du-
plicate up to 12 o'clock Noon of

The 27th instant,
From Persons desirous of RENTING any of
the undermentioned Pieces of WAR DE-
PARTMENT LAND-viz. :
LETTING No. 30,
Situate in Pembroke Parish, near Fort Hamil-
ton, at present in possession of J. Berg, and
containing 1 Acre and 18 Perches of Arable
and Grazing Land. Possession can be given
ht- +.'hp 0.1+*h qP"+ayn'%n -. t b


n o e zlTn oepTemDer next.
A LL the Right,Title and Interest LETTING No. 32,
of the said Ale derRatteray, in and t Situate in Pembroke Parish, to the East of
all that certain Piece or arcel of Land situate Fort Hamilton, at present in possession of W.
in the Sandy's Parish containing one Acre Forobinson, and contains 7 Acres, 1 Rood,
(more or less), together ith the 19 Perches in all, 2 Acres 3Roods of which is
j, TENEMENT or DWELL- Arable, and 4 Acres 2 Roods 19 Perches of
ING HOUSE ,thereon erected, and Grazing Land. Possession can be given im-
bounded on the North, by Lands now or late of mediately.
John Drake Misick; on the East, by the Waters --
of the Great Sound; on the South, by Lands of LE TTING No 40,
Richard Simmonds, and on the West, by the Situate in Pembroke Parish, West of the Lot
Pared of Land next hereinafter described. at present rented by George Oakley, and con-
Also, all the Right, Title and In- tainmg about -ths Acre of Arable Land. Im-
terest of the said AlexanderRatteray in and to mediate possession can be given.
one undivided third-part of and in all that cer- Forms of Tender and all further informa-
tain Piece or Parcel of LAND, in Sandy's Pa- tion can be obtained at the above Office, daily,
rish aforesaid, bounded on the North, by Lands between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
now or late of John Drake Misick; on the Tenders must be addressed to the DISTRICT
East, by the Land above described; on the COMMISSARY GENERAL, Hamilton, and marked
South, by Lands of Richard Simmons, and on outside "Tender for War Department Land."
the West, by Lands of Joseph Ratteray. THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL re-
And also, all the Right, Title and es rs. rthe right of rejecting any or all the
Interest of the said Alexander Ratteray in and H. J. WILKINSON,
to one undivided third-part of and in and to ,
all that certain other Piece or Parcel of LAND 2 Distrit commissary Genera'
in Sandy's Parish aforesaid, containing Two Distret Commsary General.
Acres (more or less), and bounded on the 'North,
South and West by Lands in the occupation or .For aS ale.
possession of Jane Ratteray, and on the East
partly by the Waters of the Great Sound and THE HOUSE,
partly by Lands of Felix Smith, or howeverL TH E U S
the said Pieces or Parcels of Land or either ( either furnished or not) and Property known
of them may be bounded or ought to be des- as ROSE COTTAG E" or "GOVElt-
cribed. NOR'S COTTAGE," St. Georges.


J. H. TROTT,
Pro. Mar. Genl.
August 13th, 1877.
THE SUBSCRIBER
Has Just Opened
A fresh supply of Ladies', Gents',
Youths' and Children's

fJ Boots & Shoes,
For Sale at low Cash prices.
A. GRANTHAM,
Nos. 46 and 47 Front St., Hamilton.
August 13th, 1877.-3

Notice.
ALL Persons having just Demands
against the Estate of the late MItS.
AICE S ALTON, of Hermitage, Smith's Pa.
rish. are requested to forward the same to the
Undersigned on or before the 31st day of August,
instant, and all Persons INDEBTED to the
said Estate are hereby notified that their )ebt-i
must be paid by the above-mentioned date.
J. M. JONES,
b J. H. Trott,
JOHN H. TIOTT,
R. D. I)ARRELL,
Ezecutors
Hamilton, 18th August, 1877.-3

For Sale.

A Stout Brown


7 Years old. Height 15-2.
Quite Sound quiet, to ride or drive double
or Single.
A good Chargtr and Fencer.
ALSO,
*1 Halifax MIadG O,
In good order.
With LAMPS, WilIP, &c.
A Set Single HARNESS. A SADILF, two
BRIDLES,
CLOTHING and Stable GEALt.
Price, 40 for the Mare, or 63 for the Lot.
ALSO,
Drawing Room, Dining Room and
Bedroom Suits of Non Portable

In Walnut, nearly new. Open to an Offer.
Apply to
MAJOR TRENCH, R. 1.,3
St. Georges.
August 11, 1877.


The House is in good repair, and comprises
Drawing-room, Dining-room, 4 Bed-rooms, 2
Dressing-rooms, a Nursery, Kitchen, Laider
and servants' Hall.
There are between 1 and 2 Acres of LAND
a well stocked GARDEN, STABLE, COACH
HOUSE, &c.
Apply to
REGINALD GRAY, ESQR,,
Hamilton,
Or MAJOR TRENCH,
St. Georges.
August 13th, 1877.

3 Reward.
L OST, on 15th July, from Pros-
S pect Camp, a SMALL WHITE FOX
TERRIER, BITCH, with a black patch over
one eye ; about one year old,
The above Reward will be paid on the re-
storation to her owner.
Apply to the OFFICERS' MN:ss, 46th IRegiment,
Pospect.
August 13th, 1877.

Estate of the late William
Adcock of Pembroke Parish.
A LL Person having CLAIMS of any kind
against the above Estate are hereby re-
quired to forward statements of them in full to
the Undersigned on or before 31st day of Au-
gust Instant, and no notice will be taken of any
CLAIMS not delivered by that time.
WILLIAM JOHN ADCOCK,
Administrator.
Pembroke Parish, }
7th August, 1877.-3 (
Mlrs. Elizabelh S. dcock.
ALL Persons having CLAIMS against MRS.
ELIZABETH S. ADCOCK are re-
quired to forward Statements of them in full to
the Undersigned on or before the 31st August
Instant, as Mrs. Adcock is anxious to settle
her affairs.
WILLIAM J. ADCOCK,
Attorney of Elizabeth S. Adcock.
Pembroke Parish,
7th August, 1877.-3 (
A Cedar Rowing" Boat
FOR SALE.
Is about 12 feet keel, in thorough repair, with
oars, awning, &c.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamiltrn, August 14, 1877.

Copy Books
with Copies Set. 1/6 per dozen,
On Sale at the Royal Gazette" Stationery
Store.
Hamiltou, August 9th, 1877


Theatre MoDal,
Prospect, llermuda.



OF THE

46th Regiment.

Under the Patronage of HIis Excellency
Brigadier-Generil

SIR R. LAFFAN, K.5.M.G.,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
Lt. Col. B EVYE TT


AND
OFFICERS 46th
Thursday, 23rd,
Friday, 24th,


Regiment.


1Iond a y, -27th
AND
Tuesday, 28th Aug., 1S77.


A Rlomantie Drama in Two Acts, by
J. I?. PLANCH".' .
To be followed on Thurslay and Fiiday by
COOL AS A COGUiJ jiBL
A Farce in one Act by W. lE,-CHDII.D JER-
OLDU, Lsq.
And on Monday and Tuesday by

A Farce in one Act by J MoaRTO, Esq.
Mu-ieal arrangements under the direction of
the Bandmaster of the Regiment.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Reserved Seats 3/; Unreserved Seats .. I/;
Gallery Gd.
It is particularly requested, that, in order to
prevent mistakes, visitors to the Reserve Seats
will kindly see that the numbers on the seats
to which they are shown correspond with those
on their Tickets.
Children in arms not admitted.
Doos open at 7*30. Commence at 8.


TICKItTS to be obtained at the Stationery
Store adjoining the Royal Gaze'te" Office,
Ha-nilto:i, where a plan of the Reserved -eats
can be seen, and at the Theatre on the nights
of Performance.
Vivat Regina.

Cottage for Rent.

, Sal k pleasantly situated COT-
I. L' T .GE in Town of Hamilton is offered
for IAent. Possession given 1st September.
Apply to
B. E. DICKINSON.
Hamilton. August 13th, 1877.-2

For Rent,
Immediate possession given,
T he Photograph Gallery
(50 feet x 16,)
At the corner of Burna!by and Church Streets.
For terms, &c., apply to
JOHN ROGAN.
Hamilton, August 7, 1877.

Notice.

ALL Persons having Just, DE-
MANDS against the Estate of the late
THIOMAS BLAY, of Sandys Parish, deceased,
are Requested to forward their ACCOUNTS to
Mn. M. S. HUNT, Hamilton, by the 31st day of
August, instant, and all Persons IND)EliTEl)
to the said Estate are required to make Pay-
mnent by the above date.


M. S. HUNT,
Executor.
MARY BLAY,
Ezxecutrix.
6th August, 1877.

Empty Flour Barrels,

5For sale by
For sale by


ALBERT
St. Georges, April 12, 1877,


INGLLS'.


f H. M. DockCard, colonial Secretary's Office,
9THAUGUST 13TH, 1877.
9T AuTs, 7. T is hereby notified for Public information
BY recent ADMITALTY INsTRUCTION, received that HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVER-
respecting PILOTS FOi SmT!S OF WAR it NOR will attend at the PUBLIC BUILDINGS on
is directed that o WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 1 p.m.,
2ND CLASS PInOTS desirous of Qualifying for in each week, for the transaction of Public
the Charge as Pilots of 11. M. Ships of a Cap- Business.
tain Command will receive a rite of 4/ on each By Command,
occasion of proceeding in a Ship in the Charge R. E. WEBSTER
of 1st Class Pilots to gain experience. R. E. WEBSTER,
2ND CLASS PILOTS sewing a wish to early Colonial Secretary.
qualify for the higher Class will le advanced
to such Class on first occasion of a Vacancy. Immigration Notice.
LEVESON E. H. SOMERSET, ----
2 Captain in Charge of Naval Establis..hments. Council Ofie,
N atgt s 3RD ATrGrST, 1877,


11'. l'UVO


THE Undersigned begs to inform
the Inhabitants of Hlamilton and the Pub-
lic of Bermuda generally, that she has opened a
S 4 L 0 0 ,
Where Cake, Cakes, lee and Chocolate Creams,
Water Ices, &c., can be had at the shortest
Notice and in the best styles.
Also, always on hand a variety of the very
best SUGAR PI.UMS.
MRS. ANNA M. WiITELY,
Northwest Corner of Dundonald and Junction
0 Stre(t, South of Victoria Park.
Hamilton, July 24th, 1877.-6


pERSON3 desirous of obtaining the Services
of any FARM LABORERS or DO-
MESTIC SERVANTS who may be introduced
next year under the IMMIGRATION ACT OF
1873, are hereby informed that they may entry
their Names on a List which has been opened
at THIS OFFICE for that purpose.
By order of the Board,
J. ESTEN BUTTERFIELD,
3 alt w verk.


I Vut(;i .
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED
-. that the Bridges over the Causeway (par-
ticularly No. 1 Bridge, West) are unsafe in
consequence of the rottenness of the Timbers.
By Order,
PHILIP NESS,
Colonial Surveyor.
6th Aug., 1877.

Notice.
p)I' SONS who have so promptly complied
' with the Notice of July 3rd will please
accept my hest thanks. Those who have omit-
ted to do so will please make an early call, as
a Settlement of ACCOUNTS to 31st December,
1876 must be made.
DONALD MPHEE LEE,
Ihamilton, August 7th, 1877.

For Sale.

The Undersigned Offer
The Undermentioned,
VIZ.:
Hilds. Tierees and Barrels
Choice S U G .4 R,
Sacks CHARCOAL
Ex Rover," from Demerara.


RBLS.
Bags
Portland


ALSO, IN STORE,
Family FLOUR
CORN and BRAN
& Rosendale CEMENTS


-
Jnd
Their usual Stock of
CHOICE LUMBER,
For CASH only.
S S. INGHAM & CO.
Hamilton. 26th June, 1877.
ITeneriffe Onion Seed.

T HE Undersigned has assumed
thLe Agency of the late MR. JOHN D.
BELL'S
ONION SEED,
And expects to receive the usual Supply of that
Article in September next.
L' Parties whose names have been on Mr.
Bell's List for a considerable period, will please
inform the Undersigned if they wish to continue
their engagements.
List for coming Season open at Office of
S. S. INGHAM & CO.
W. E. TALBOT.
Hamilton, April 14th, 1877.


I


BULL'S HEAD LIVERY
STABLES.
DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor,
HAMILTON.


Branch Establishment, St. George.

T HE Proprietor of the above Es-
tablishment having just returned by the
"Caninia" from New York, and brought with
him a number of NEW CARRIAGES and
Stylish Y () U NO G HORSES to add to his already
weil 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. 19tb, 1876.


Consignment per
Seymour,"



't1 Sit F.


Will be sold by the Barrel, of 3 dozen each,
At 10s. per dozen,
To close sales.
F. PAINTIN
Burnaby St., Hamilton, July 16, 1877.

Now Landing,
Ex Brigt. Rover' from Barbados,
100 Bls. Muscovado


10 Casks MOLASSES
50 Bls. Sweet POTATOES.
For h-ale by
S. S. ING HAM & CO.
July 10th, 1877.*


J 1 Boots & Shoes.

NOW OPEN,
I'T T St VA 0 VADST X NVD,
A Large Assortment of Ladies',
Gents', Misses', Boys' and (Children's

0oot0 & fho0%,
Of the latest Styles and of the best quality,
Suitable for the Season.
All down at bottom Pri es for the CASH only.
JOHN HARNIETT.
Hamilton, June 12th, 1877.

Notice of Removal.

r]H HE Undersigned begs to inform
his Patrons and the Public generally that
he has removed his
Carriage and flaraiess
ESTABLISHMENT
from his old Stand in Reid Street, to FRONT
STREET, over the Store of ht. I. HUNT,
Esqr.
CARRIAGES Painted and Trimmed in all
the latest Styles. FURNITURE, Upho!stered
and MAT RESSES made.
All Orders sent to the above Establishment
will be executed with neatness and despatch.
C. W. GMUATLETT.
Front Street, IHamilton, June 25, 1877.

Wanted.

A Good COOK,
Apply to Captain STANLEY CREEK,
Brigade Major, JEolia, near Prospect.-Good
wages given.
August 6th, 1877.


For Sale.


-0.0is


A Chestnut


SQuiet to I ide or orive.
SohI fo: no other feiult than rather light for the
present Ow'er's work.
Apply at the Office of this Paper.
Hamilton, July S1st, 1877.


Jlarshal's


Sale,


TO BE SOLD,
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
On the Premises,

At 12 o'clock,

On Wednesday,
The 29th day of August instant,
Under and by Virtue of sundry Writs of Execu-
tion issued from the Court of General Assize
against ALEXANDER RATTERAY,
The 9andertueittionsed
REAL PROPERTY,


BT Bass's Ale--Quarts.


I


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BE RMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL
VATIONS taken u.id-r the. direction of tl
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Ab
151 feet.I


Date


1877
Augl3
14
15
16
17
18
19


Oi.



30-153
30-121
30-086
301l07
30-154
30,126
30-131


Wind
9 a.m.
s j



s 1
SE 2
sw 2
s 1
s 1
sw 1
sw


Temperature previ
24 hours.


0
88-3

87-7
89-3
cq7.3


0 0
76,8 156-0
77-8 154-4
73-6 144-0
73-6 153-2
74-2 153-6
76-2 144-6
73-0 155-8


11amilton, August 21, 1877.

BEI MUDA.

Proceedings of the Legislative
Council.
Friday, 17th August, 1877.-Pursuant to adjourn.
ment4he House met.
Present,-
The Honorable Augustus J. Musson,
William H. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
Eugenius Harvey,
Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Receiver General.
The Senior Member present took the Chair.
The following message from His Honor the Act-
ing Governor was delivered by the Colonial Secre-
tary :-
(No. 11:)
WILLIAM LAWTIE MORRISON,
Colonel Royal Engineers,
Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Acting Governor transmits for the informa-
tion of the Legislative Council a copy of a commu-
nication dated 2nd August, 1877, from the Agent
of the Quebec and Gulf Ports Steam Ship Company,
in reference to Steam Communication direct between
Bermuda and New York, and the principal Ports
on the Venezuela Coast, calling at Bermuda and St.
Thomas on each voyage out and home.
Mount Langton, 7th August, 1877.
Also, the following message from His Excellency
the Governor:-
(No. 1.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Brigadier General,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
The Governor lays before the Honorable Lngisla-
tive Council the Report of the Board of Education
for the Year ending 81st December, 1876.
Mount Langton, 15th August, 1877.
Adjourned to Tuesday next 21st inst., at 11'80.

BE MIJUDA.

Abstract of the Proceedings oJ the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Friday, 17th August.-The Resolve providing for
repairs and improvement of Public Works, &c., was
read a 2nd time and Committed.
Mr. Wilkinson in the Chair.
The Attorney General moved a vote of 60 to
provide Post Office Boxes with locks-which was
affirmed.
Ayes 18. Nays 2.
Mr. Middleton moved that a grant be made for a
landing place and steps at the Quarantine Station
at Darrell's Island-which was affirmed.
Ayes 17, Nays 5.
Mr. Middleton moved that the sum granted be
l100.
Mr. W. J. Frith moved that it be 50-which
was negatived. Ayes 9. Nays 13.
Mr. Middleton's motion was affirmed.
Ayes 16. Nays 6.
Total amount voted for the repairs and improve-
ment of Public Works and Buildings, 675 17/5.
The House resumed.,
The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
blanks filled up, and it was adopted and ordered
to be engrossed.
The Resolve providing for repairs of the Roads
and Works connected therewith, was read a 2nd
time and Committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
Mr. C. Peniston moved that the sum of 658 be
granted for improving the Road at the Western
end of Hamilton, according to the Colonial Sur-
veyor's Plan.
Mr. Fraser moved that the sum of 200 be grant-
ed for the improvement of that portion of the Road
nearest to the Town of Hamilton at the West, in
accordance with the Plan now on the Table of the
House, between the property of the late Mrs. Ken-
nedy aridthe small house on Butterfield's Estate-
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Fraser moved that the sum of 25 be granted
for thle repairs of thie ad leading f'om the North
Main Road to the South Longitudinal Road, com-
monly called "the Lighthouse Road"-which was
agreed to.
Total amount granted for Roads, &c., 2,720.
The House resumed.
The Chairman reported the Resolve with the
blanks filed up, and it was ado.ped by the House
and ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. S. C. Outerbridge gave notice of his inten-
tion,'on the next day of meeting, to move the con-
sidelation of the Message, No. 1, from His Excel-
lenc. the Governor on the 15th instant, with a view
of making some acknowledgment thereof.
Adjourned to Monday next.

Monday, 20th August. -The following Messages
from His Excellency the Governor:-
(No. 2.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Brigadier General,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor transmits to the Honble. House of


Assembly the.Report of the Board of Education for
the year ending 81st December 1876.
Mount Langton, 10th August, 1877.
(No. 83.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Brigadier General,
Gover7tor and Commander in-Chief.
The.Governor lays before the lf nble. House of
Assembly'the Report of the Committee appointed
to examine the Post Master General's Accounts for
the Quarters ended 38st March and 30th June res-
pectively.
Mount Langton, 17th August, 1877.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell presented a Report on the
Pilot Commissioners Accounts.
The Rule regarding the passage of Resolves being
suspended, the Resolve voting 675 for repairs of
Wrks and Buildings, was read a third time.
Mr. Dill moved that the sum of 25 be added for
the further improvement of Devonshire Dock-
v which was agreed to,


SOl3SER- Mr. R. J. P. Darrell moved that the following
ie Principal words be added to the Resolve, ":that the work
ove the sea hereby authorized be effoerid' by Contrac, under
Public advertisement as far as practicable'-which3
ouas was agreed to.
Rain. The Resolve was then passed.
The ten day rule being suspended, the Resolve
Sn providing for the repairs of Roads was read a third
C 3 Inch. time.
Se Mr. Cooper moved that the following words be
- -- added to the Resolve, "that the work hereby au-
0 thorized be effected by contract under Public ad-
694 0'00 vertiaement as far as practicable"-which was
672 0-18 agreed to.
67-8 0*38 The Resolve was then passed.
65-8 0-30 Mr. S. C. Outeribridge moved that the House do
36-2 0.11 resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House
34-2 0"02 to cor'sider the Messa.e of His Excellency the Gov-
erner (No. 1) of the 15th instant-which was agreed
Total 1*10 to.


Mr. Mercer was called to the Chair of the Comrn.
mittee.
Mr. S. C. Outerbridge moved that it be recom-
mended, to the House to send the following Message
to His Excellency the Governor:-
May it please Your Excellency ;
We, Her Majesty's most dutiful and loyal sub-
jects, the General Assembly of Bermuda, beg to ten-
der our thanks for the Message with which Your
Excellency was pleased to favor the House on the
15th instant.
Duly appreciating the evident desire on the part
of Your Excellency to promote the interests of this
Colony-the Government of which Her MNaj,-.ty has
been graciously pleased to commit to your care-we
trust that in your intercourse with the people a mu-
tual pleasure and satisfaction will be realized, and
that your administration throughout will be fraught
with happiness to yourself! and the community at
large.
While the. House of Assembly would renew the
assurances of its loyalty and devotion to Her AMa-
jesty, her Crown and her Government; its strong at-
tachment to the free and liberal institutions this
colony has so long enjoyed, and its earnest desire
to ensure the happiness of the people; Your Excel-
lency may always rely upon its hearty co-operation
in promoting and fostering every measure pertain-
ing to those endP-which was agreed to.
The HQuse resumed.
The Chairman reported the recommendation of
the Committee and it was adopted by the House.
Ordered, that Mr. S. C. Outerbridge and Mr.
Middleton be a Committee to carry the said Mes-
sage to His Excellency the Governor.
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell introduced a Resolve provi-
ding for repairing and cleaning Pilotage Buoys and
Beacons-which was read a first time.
Adjourned to Friday next.
Orders:-H. J. Watlington's Petition. Pilotage
Buoys Resolve. Vaccination Bill.

CUSTOM HOUSE.-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
August 13-Schr. James Slater, Hawkins, Brunswick,
Ga.; 118,500 feet pitch pine lumber. 10,000 w. p.
lumber for R. E. Department, 50,675 p. p. lumber,
30,492 w. p. lumber to S. S. Ingham & Co.
14-Sehr. Meteor, Dunscombe. Barbados; sugar and
molasses to B. W. Walker & Co.
Tern Schr. Ella M. Storer, Wade, Cardiff; 638 tons
patent fuel for H. M. Government.-Agents, Trott &
Cox.
15-Schr. Brunette, Rich, Bangor; lumber and laths,
to S. S. Ingham & Co.
20-Mail Steamer. Canima, Whitter, New York; as-
sorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
August 15-Barque Eliza Barss, Vesey, New York.
CUS iO HOM.-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
August 17-Barque Albion, McFarlane, from Balti-
more bound to Demerara; in distress ; general car-
go.-Agent, J. S. Darrell.
20-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, St. Thomas; mails
and 16 pkgs. merchandize.-Agent, J. M. Hayward.
CLEARED.
August 17-Barque Uesoluda, Laurence, New York.
Brigt. Georgie Staples, Taylor, Halifax.
Barkentine J. W. Fisher, Richards, Wilmington, N.C.
20-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax; mails;
bananas, tallow and hides.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer Canima yesterday from New
York:-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Higgs, Miss S. Higin-
botham, Miss A. C. Higinbotham, Miss J. Higinbo-
tham, Miss L. Smith, S. A. Masters, Esqr., M.C.P.,
Messrs. H. T. Jones and W. J. Bartholomne.-Second
Cabin, Messrs. Joseph F. Darrell, J. M. DeSilva, and
J. Mullins, and 5 in the Steerage.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Eliza Barss for New York, Mr. and Mrs.
T. N. Roberts, and Mrs. A. C. Washington.
In the R. M. Steamer Beta for Halifax, yesterday :
Major Trench, R. A., Revd. W. H and Mrs. Evans,
Mrs. Frederick Lightbourn and two children, Mr. Ar-
thur Grantham.
Barque Albion, of Liverpool, N. S. Captain McFar-
line from Baltimore, out 6 days bound to Demerara,
arrived at St. George's on Thursday last in distress-
loss heads of foremast and mainmast heads.-Agent, J.
S. Darrell.
The T. H. A. Pitt. Outerbridge, cleared at New
York for Bermuda on 15th inst.
Excelsior hence at New York on 8th inst., and is
to leave to-day for Bermuda.
LONDON, Aug. 3.-The Captain of H.M.S. Sirius
has reported to the Admiralty that on the 13th July, he
fell in with the derelict brig Champion, of Prince Ed-
ward Island. An attempt was made to sink her with
shell, but this having failed a torpedo was placed un-
der her, which blew her completely asunder, notwith-
standing which she still floated.
APPOINTMENMT.-Staff Commander Stopford C.
Tracey to the Bellerophon.
CORRECTION.-In the Provost Marshal General's
advertisement in our last issue for sale of Real Pro-
perty at Somerset, the name Ratteray" was incor-
rectly spelt.
BIRTH, in this Town, on Tuesday the 7th of August,
the WIFE of the Rev. Mark James of a SoN.
......... at Radnor, Southampton Parish, on the 4th
instant, Mrs. Clinton H. Nash, of a DAUGHTER.
........., in Pembroke Parish, on the llth inst., Mrs.
JOHN T. PETTY of a SON.
........., in Pembroke Parish, on 9th inst., Mrs. Ro-
BERT KYME, of a SON.
........., at Belmont Warwick, on the 17th inst., the
WIFE of John N. Wainwright Esqr., of a DAUGHTER.


MARRIED, on Thursday, Aug. 16, at the Zion
Methodist Church, in this Town, by the Rev. R. Was-
son, W.R; ., assisted by the Rev. W. C. iBrown, W.M.,
the REV. WILLIAM H. EVANS, of Weymouth, N.S., to
EMMA J., 4th daughter of the late John and Susan
Young, deceased.-New York, Nova Scotia and Cana-
dian papers please copy.
GALE-DIMITRY-At New Orleans, July 11, 1877,
at the residence of John T. Block, Esqr., by the Rev.
J. Moynihan, JAMES GALE, of New York, formerly of
this city, to CLINO S. DIMITRY, youngest daughter oi
the late Prof. M. D. Dimitry.-New Orleans Times,
July 1.
MURDOCH-VESEY.-This Evening at Sea View
House, Georgetown, by the Rev. Fergus Jardine, Ro-
BERT DAVIDSON MURDOCK of Aberdeenshire, Scot-
land, to Lucy, youngest daughter of Capt. N. T. Ve-
sey, of Bermuda, late harbour Mast,-r of Demerara.-
Demerara Royal Gazette, Aug. 4.

DIED, in this Parish on Tuesday last, 14th inst.,
after a long and painful illness, MARY JANE, the be-
loved wife of W. H. White, age 44.-Colonistplease
copy.
........., suddenly yesterday afternoon, at his residence
in Warwick Parish, AIR. A. G. DARRELL, in the
34th year of his age; greatly regretted,


THEATRICAL PERFORMANCES BY OFFICERS OF H. M.
46th Regiment, commencing on Thursday next.-
[For advertisement see first page of this Gazette.

EnRATA.-In the Governor's Message to the
House of Assembly on Wednesday last, inserted in
the last page of this Gazette, in the first line, sixth
paragraph, for as soon as," read that so soon
as." And in the ninth line of same paragraph, for
" with the Honorable House," read "with their
Honorable House."


From the United States and Europe.
The Mail Steamer Canima, Captain Whitter, ar- !
rived at her wharf in this Town, soon after seven I
o'clock yesterday morning. She left New York at
3-30 of the a'lerno,,n of Thursday. 16th.
We are indebted to Captain Whitter, Mr. Purser
Gale and Mr. Harding for New York papers of the
hour of sailing.
The latest English Mail-per Canima is the 5th
August.


THE GOVERNOR AND THE HOUSE OF AS-
SEMBLY.
The question which has agitated the whole com-
munity, in one way or another, for the past six
weeks- in reference to the House of Assembly de-
termining not to make any further pecuniary
grants until the Public Books of Account had been
laid on the Table of the House for the inspection of
the Members-has been happily brought to a close.
On Wednesday last- our newly appointed Receiver
General, Hon. Jas. Tucker, soon after the meeting of
the House appet:r,-'.i with a Message from His Ex-
cellency Sir Robert M. Laffan, which he delivered
and then placed thbPublic Books of Accouht on the
Table of the House. A copy of this very timely
Message will be found included in the proceedings
of the Assembly inserted on the last page of this
present issue.
It will be noticed that His Excellency states that
the question at issue between the Assembly and the
Executive Government raised previous to His Ex-
cellency's arrival, has been referred to the consider-
ation of the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and
"He will wait upon that question for the decision
and instructions of the Secretary of State."
No step that could be taken in the present crisis,
would with greater likelihood of success, have a
tendency to bring about a permanent harmonious
action between thi Executive and the House of
Assembly than that above alluded to, and we trust
that it is an augury of the future good under-
standing which will prevail between the several
branches of the Legislature.
In a previous column will be found an Address
which the House of Assembly sent to His Excel-
lency the Governor yesterday, in response to the
MI.- .' e received from him on the 15th instant.
This, the first occasion on which communications
have passed between the Governor and the House-
has been most auspicious. The House 'has in this
Address given expression to the most loyal senti-
ments of attachment to I er Majesty and Her Re-
presentative. We trust that this is a manifestation
of the spirit that will actuate all their future pro-
ceedings so that the progress of Government, for
which the machinery is ample, may go on harmo-
niously.

TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, AUGUSr
23RD.
Moon rises Eclipsed H. M.
Middle of the Eclipse.................... 6 52
End of Total Phase....................... 7 46
Last contact with the Shadow.............. 8 52
4" Penumbra............. 10 2

From West Indies and Denmern ra.
By the R. M. Steamer Beta, Captain Shaw, on
Sunday last from St. Thomas, we received our
customary exchange files from St. Thomas, the
British Islands and Demerara.
His Excellency Governor C. H. Kortright, ar-
rived at Demerara on 3rd August and was sworn
in on same day.
YELLOW FEVER AT JAMAICA.-Death of the Lieut.
Gove> nor and two l embers of his family from its effects.
"JAMAICA, 10th August, 11-10 a.m.-Lieut.-
Governor Rushwood died this morning at 3-45 from
Yellow Fever."
Two of his family have died within the past
fortnight from the same malady."
The Jamaica Instructor of the 7th instant says:-
"Death has been busy amongst us during the fort-
night. But a few packets ago Mr. Crichton, step
son of His Excellency the Lieut.-Governor, arrived
here for the purpose of spending the vacation with
his family. He had hardly been in the island a
month a week ago, when he was seized with fever
and died. Within a day or two after, one of the
daughters of the Lieut.-Governor, who had also
been struck down with the same disease, also suc-
cumbed. Thus in a few days has the hand of afflic-
tion fallen heavily on the relatives of those who
have been summoned hence and we heartily sym-
pathise with His Excellency the Lieut.-Governor
and family in their terrible bereavement."
Pending the arrival at Jamaica of Sir Anthony
Musgrave the new Governor General, Mann will
administer the Government.
Sir Anthony is expected to arrive at Jamaica on
the 24th instant. He has appointed Captain B.
D'Urban Musgrave of the 13th Foot, to be his
Aide-de-Camp.
Sir Anthony Musgrave, arrived at the Brevoort
House, New York, on the 15th instant, and was to
leave for Jamaica on the 17th in the Steamship
Atlas.


our Advertising friends reached us, compel us to omit
several articles intended for this issue, and leaves us no
time for a supplementary sheet.
.~ ~-
For !Iale.
Ex CANIMJl,
FROM NLW YORK,
TUBS BUTTER
S MBls. E. R. POTATOES
llarrels TURNIPS ils. Red ONIONS
Choice Family Fl.' tUR
IIAM I BACO Condensed MILK
Bags CORN Bags O T
l)o. BR -N, 8 Hushds 12/
Barrels COFFEE Fly TRA PS
:,ss. B1EEF Extract BEELF
SOAPS all grades
All Soits Canned Goods such as
SAL ON LOBSTER SA)1DIN ES
TO \'TOE PUM PKIN, &c., &c.
Apply to
G. W. CAS'TN ER.
Hanilton, 20th Aug. 1877.-2

Notice,
' HE Undersigned gives Notice that all AC-
COUN (I up to the present da e rendered'
by him must be paid on or before the 5th Sep-
tember next; and su'h as are not then paid
will be placed in Legal hands for Collection.
Hie also requests that al! ACCOUNTS against
him may be presented lor Settlement by the
above date.
J. C. KEENEY.
Hamilton, 20th A ug. 1877.

An Experiment,

lENRY DAR RELL has Imported from one
of the oldest manufactories in Havana
A few Thousand Choice
CI 6a11e s,
And Offers them for Sale at Moderate Prices. He
will continue to import them should the de-
mand be sufficient.
August 21st, 187'7.-2 3p e
Gazette only.

For Sale.


Boxes TOB3CICO


12s, 35 lbs. in


a Box.
Boxes Gold Leaf I)ITTO 20 lbs. in a Box.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
Hamilton, Aug. 20th, 1877.-2

airingg to all.
gJEliSONS found 'TRESP A'SSING on the
Lands belonging to the Estate of the Late
William Middleton Conyers, of Devonshire Pa-
rish, after tiis date, will be prosecuted to the
utnost extent oW the law.
This Notice will be enforced against any Of-
fender, without any respect whatever.
JAMES A. CONYERS.
Hamilton, Bermuda, 6 3
August 14th, 1877. p

For Sale,
A Cedar Built


About 3 tons burthen. In good condition.
Apply to


JOSEPH
August 18, 1877.


1l INORS,
St. David's Island.


An im11rergent meetingng of
A. At.nti< Phoenix ),ode(, No. 224, nakes
y plK; ace at the L>d..e Room, Hanmilton,
this Evet.in.g, at 7 o 'clo {k.
August 2It, 1b77,


NO RESERVE!

BY A ACTION,

THIS DAT,
At 12 o'clock,
I WllAEl LU4q
To Close a Consignment,
A choice assortment of


Consisting of :-


A LBERT (
Ear DR
Breast PINS
Shirt STUDS
CHARMS


CHAINS BROOCHES
tOPS Sleeve BUTTONS
LOCKETS
Collar BUTTONS
Finger RINGS
&c., &c., &c.
JOHN HARNETT,


.. uu iu in ew YorK on lo th 105iots.
PARLIAMENT PROROGUED, THE QUEEN'S Shares Delaware and Hudson Canal 451.
SPEECH.
Her Majesty the Queen, in council at Osborne THE WAR IN THE EAST.
on the 14th, ordered the prorogation of Parliament LONDON. August 16, 1877.-The HERALD corrcs-
from to-day until October 30th. The prorogation pondent with the Turks at Erzeroum telegraphs un-
took place on the afternoon of the 15th. der date of Tuesday that General Melikoff has re-
The following is the Queen's speech, which was cmived large reinforcements and that the Russian
read by commission: centre has commenced a general forward movement.
My relations with all foreign powers continue The Russians Repulsed.-Melikoff attacked the
friendly. The exertions which, since the corn- Turkish advance posts, which were mainly com-
mencement of the disturbances in Eastern Europe, posed of cavalry, on the 13th inst., and a sharp en-
I have not ceased to make for the maintenance of gagement followed. The Russian attack was kept
general peace, unfortunately have not been suec- up with great determination for a considerable time,
cessful. On the outbreak of the war between but the Ottomar cavalry behaved with remarkable
Russia and the Ottoman Empire I declared my in- bravery and after a stubborn struggle the Russians
teiiion of preserving an attitude of neutrality as were compelled to withdraw. Ismail Pacha is still
long as the interests of the country remained un- on the frontier.
affected. The extent"and nature of those interests Success of the Kurds.-The HERALD correspond-
were further defined in a communication which I ent at Vienna reports that the news from Asia is
caused to be addressed to the Government of Rus- unfavorable to the Russians. The Kurds at Arda-
sin, and which elicited a reply indicating friendly han have defeated the Russians twice. In the se-
dispositions on the part of that state. I shall not cond engagement the Russians lost 600 in killed
fail to use my best efforts, when a suitable oppor- and wounded.
tunity occurs, for the restoration of peace on terms Reinforcements for Constantinople.-According to
compatible with the honor of the belligerents and a despatch from Constantinople the Turkish army
with the general safety and welfare of other nations. in the province of Bagdad, numbering 35,000 men,
If in the course of the contest the rights of my has been summoned to Constantinople, and will
Empire should be assailed and endangered I should come by the valley of the Euphrates. It will be
confidently rely on your help to vindicate and replaced in the Bagdad district by militia.
maintain them. The Situation in Bulgaria.-A Times occasional
The apprehensions of serious famine in Southern correspondent at Vienna sends the following sum-
India which I communicated to you at the opening mary of the situation:-" In the Salkans fragments
of the session have, I grieve to say, been verified. of General Gourkha's corps are intrenching them-
The visitation which has fallen upon my subjects selves in the Shipka Pass. The Eight corps ap-
in Madras and Bombay, and upon the people of pointed to support them, is echeloned between Selvi
Mysore, has been of extreme severity, and its du- Brenova and Tirnova. A division of the Eleventh
ration is likely to be prolonged. No exertion will corps occupies Koyarawitz.
be wanting on the part of my Indian Government1
to mitigate this terrible calamity. I It is most satisfactory to us to be able to state
The proclamation of my sovereignty in Transvaal that the Law Officers of the Crown are of opinion
has been received throughout the provincce with that Rear-Admiral de Horsey was fully justified in
enthusiasm. It has also been accepted with mark the action he took with regard to the Huascar.
ed satisfaction by the native chiefs and tribes, and From this it would appear that there is sufficient
the war which threatened in its progress to comr- evidence to prove her having been guilty of acts of
promise the safety of my subjects in South Africa I piracy, notwithstanding the unqualified denial
is happily brought to a close. I trust that the which has been given on the Peruvian side to those
measure which has been passed to enable the charges.-Army and Navy Gazette, July 28.
European communities of South Africa to unite
upon such terms as may be agreed upon, will be To CORRESPONDENTS.-" Lancet," Fiat Justitia,"
the means of preventing a recurrence of similar and Music" wilt be attended to in our next.
dangers, and will increase and consolidate the
prosperity of this important part of my dominions. A The late hour at which some of the favors of


BLS. S. F. FLOUR and Corn A
Ditto Pilot BREAD
Ditto Table POTATOES
Bags BRAN, CORN and OATS
Barrels Kerosene OIL
CIGARS SOAP and BLUE
25 Gross BLACKING, &c.


tEAL


ALSO,
A Small Lot of


And some JEWELRY,
Consisting of Chains, Brooches, Lockets,
Charms, Watches, &c., which must be sold
without reserve.
JOHN HARNETT,


Hamilton, August 21st, 1877.


~uEt(o h.


Auctioneer.


To-morrow, Wednesday,
22nd inst., At Noon,
I W'it 01er for Sale,


In Front of my Stores,
10 B BLS. FLOUR
10 Tubs very superior BUTTER
3 Bls. Green GINGER 5 Bxs. CHEESE
-2 Do. Java COFFEE, (Burnt ready for
Grinding)
4 Do. SUGAR Tins LARD
1 Do. Pecan NUTS 1 Do. WALNUTS
1 Do. PEANUTS 1 Do. OILMEAL
40 Bags OATS
1 Hogshead MOLASSES
Ginger SNAPS
Soda, Sugar, Milk, Butter and Fancy BIS-
CUITS, in tins of 10, 5, and 3 lbs. each
CANDLES SOAP STARCH
CONFECTIONERY Wrapping PAPER
Canned GOODS
And a variety of miscellaneous articles too
numerous to mention.
HENRY C. OUTERBRIDGE,
Auctioneer.
Front St., Hamilton, August 21, 1877.

Lumber, Laths, Shingles
AND
BOX M31TERILL,
Ex Schrs. James Slater, Brunette,
and Ellen Perkins.

fHtE Undersigned offer the following on the
wharf, in Store, and to arrive


PITCH

5 x 4, 6 x 3,
3 x 2, 3 x
WHITE


PINE Scantling


Plank,
4 x 3, 6 x 2j, 6 x 2, 5 x 24, 5 x 2
1 1, lI, 1A, and 2 x 12.
PINE LU MBER-clear


and cured,
1, I, 14, 2 aid 4 inch
Ditto-Merchantable
LATHS-57 inches in length
Tomato Slats
48 inch Ditto


for


SHINGLES-Shaved Cedar
ONION BOX MATERIAL 7
x 16 x 24 14 Slats to the Box
Slats planed, clean and newly m inufact .reil,
TOMI \TO BOX ENDS
S. S. INGHIAM & CO-
August 18th, 1877.


SarreU,
OFFERS FOR S4LE,
Ex CA NIMA from New. York,
jE F.F, Half Bbls. Ilalsteads
BR B % \I), Barrels Pilot
CIIEiESE, Boxes new yellow
C' 'RN, Bags, 2 Bushels each
FLO U t, Barrels very best
IIAMIS, ,ugar Cured
L \ RD, Tins 25 Ibs. each
MEAL, Barrels new fine
PEAS, barrels Split
SUGAR, Barrels crushed, cheap,


ALSO,

In Bulk, at 4/ per Bushel Cash,"
for one minute.
August 21, 1877.-2 3p.

Gazette only.


5/if dlharged


I JIM


I


and


Audi oneer.
Hamilton, 21st August, 1877.

AT AUCIOrN,

To-morrow, Wednzesday,
22nd inst., At 12 o'clock,
I WILL SELL,
*It the Old Stand,






RERMTTDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


*.wwip~. -'


AUCTION SALE.

We Will Sell,
.T O1UR STORES,
At 12 o'clock

On Thursday next,
23rd instant,
30 mRS Early Rose POTATOES
0 1B 20'Tuhbsand Kegs Am.BUTTER
25 Drums CODFISH, New
25 Do. DO. somewhat older
10 Cases OYSTERS
8 Nests'TUBS 2 Doz. BUCKETS
4 Boxes Clothes PINS
3 Bales Wine CORKS
1 Do. Fine Stout Mineral DO.
Same in small lots to suit purchasers
5 Half Chests Oolong and Souchong TEA
5 Dozen Liebeg's Extact of BEEF
1 REFRIGERATOR
1 Full Dinner SET, recently im-
ported
10 BENCHES. Lot Window GLASS
Lot DOORS and Door CASES.
ALSO,
1 Sewing MACHINE, "Singer Ma-
nufacturing Co.," on Walnut Table, with
Drawer and Cover, nearly new
1 DITTO, "Empire"
1 Small Parlour Billiard TABLE
AND,
IBay


Quiet to drive or ride
S1 COW, with Heifer Calf
Sat her side
The well known Racing Dingy

Little Psyche,
~" With Spars, Ballast and
Grapnel complete.
B. W. WALKER & Co,
Auctioneers.
Hamilton, August 20th, 1877.

AUCTION.

BY AUCTION,
WILL BE SOLD,
AT HUNTER'S WHARF,


23rd instant, at noon,
One Thousand Bushels clean, coarse
Turks Island


Great Furniture Sale.

BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
At the IMechanic's Hall,
On Tuesday next,
-28th instant, at 12 o'clock,

A larae and choice assortment of
Entirely New Parlor and Bedroom

FUftf "a, Xl[Tlk
Consisting of :-
LACK Walnut Parlor SUITS in black hair
Cloth 7 Pieces. Extra CHAIRS to
Match
Black Walnut Centre TABLES, marble Tops
Ditto Ditto WASHSTANDS, Marble Slabs
very handsomely finished
Do. Do. and Im. Ditto WARDROBES
Do. Do. and Oak Extension TABLES
Do. Do. SOFAS and CHAIRS, in black
hair cloth
LOUNGES in Carpet and Rep
A Magnificent Black Walnut Bedroom SUIT
inlaid with Maple, Marble Tops, &c.,
Imitation Walnut and Oak Bedroom SUITS
ALSO,
BEDSTEADS BUREAUS
WASHSTANDS TABLES
Cane and Wood Seat CHAIRS and ROCKERS
MIRRORS MATTRESSES
Spring BEDS BOLSTERS PILLOWS
Dining Room CHAIRS, Oak and Imitation
Black Walnut Table CHAIRS, for Children,
(Patent)
Oak and Painted Table CHAIRS, for Children
Folding CHAIRS Camp STOOLS
Traveling TRUNKS SATCHELS
Railroad BAGS CARPETS
FLOORCLOTH MATS Carpet TACKS
Moth Proof Carpet LINING; this article pre-
serves the floor, protects the Carpet and is
a deadly Foe to all insects
PERAMBULATORS
Boys Express WAGONS
White Cedar Water BUCKETS, brass bound
A Lot of BOOKS Paper HANGINGS
100 Reams Letter and Note PAPER
100 M. ENVELOPES, 'Assorted
100 School SLATES
70 Gross Lead PENCILS
6 Gross Pass BOOKS 1 PIANO
3 Sewing MACHINES
1 Dozen Clothes WRINGERS
Clothes PINS, Assorted
1 Stone China Dinner SERVICE, Willow
Pattern
1 Handsome Desert SERVICE, Gilt lined
2 China Tea SETS
China VASES, &c., &c.
ALSO,
1 STOVE, No. 8, with all its fittings,
&c., new and Complete. t,
JOHN HARNETT,
Auctioneer.
T'r --J-^- A -.- 4... l ..L 4 I C"1 J7


Auction Sale of

REAL ESTATE
In Southampton Parish.

We have been instructed to Sell,
At Public Auction,
At 12 o'clock,

ON THURSDAY,
30th instant,
ON TIHE PREMISES,
f The Dwelling House,
~ -- two story, with a good Tank and 3J-
acres land, more or less; situated in the East-
ern part of Southampton Parish, near the
Lighthouse, belonging to the Estate of the
Late Mr. Joseph Catlin Ingham, Deceased,
and bounded on the East by lands of Samuel 0.
Bell; on the South by the waters of the Atlan-
tic Ocean; on the West by lands of William
Fubler and William Been, and on the North by
lands of Isaac Wilson.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Auctioneers.
August 20th, 1877--2 3p

'AUV1 CMTc0

To be Sold, by Auction,
On the Prm i.,s, at the Flatts,
AT NOON OF

The 6th September next,
No. 1.-Palmetto Grove,
Heretofore well known as the Residence of the
late SAMUEL MusseON, Esqr., with Commodious
OUTBUILDINGS and about Two Acres of
Ornamental LAND and GARDENS immedi-
ately contiguous thereto, as well as Twelve
Acres of Valuable Arable and Pasture Land.

No. 2.-A COTTAGE
and about 31 Acres of Good LAND adjacent
to The Flatts Hill Road.
The above Properties are well worth the at-
tention of Investors and Speculators, or per-
sons desirous of procuring a Comfortable House
in Bermuda.
The MANSION HOUSE is beautifully situated
on the borders of Harrington Sound, and offers
every inducement in the way of comfort, salu-
brity and convenience which can be obtained,
while the Tract of Land is well Timbered,
sheltered and rich.
The COTTAGE is surrounded by valuable
Planting Land, and is worthy of the notice of
those wishing to establish a cheerful residence
in a rural district.
August 20th, 1877.

H /jis m flt n H ba t n a O


Hiamilton, August 21st, 1o7i. o a our
8( P. S.-Should the Weather not permit on
The above offers a fine opportunity to farm- Tuesday, Sale take place first fair day after. A ,
ers to obtain a supply.
ALSO, __
At the same time and place, Under the Patronage of His Excellency Briga-
TA d S L D dier-General
A lot of Small Spars. oY P AI TION SR LF .

ALSO, (Bv order of the Executors). Governor and Commander-in-Chief.


A Lot of broken Spars and Torn
Sails,
Ex Barkentine "Albion," McFarlane, Mas-
ter, on survey condemned and recommended to
be sold for benefit of all concerned.
THOSE. C. McCALLAN,
Auctioneer.
August 20, 1877.
Colonist copy.

Notice! Notice!!
Notice!!!

THE CHILDREN of St. Paul's Church
School, Paget, beg to announce that they
will have the honor of appearing before the
Public at Two Grand
Vocal Entertainments
On the Evenings of

Wednesday & Thursday,
29th and 30th instant,
At Oddfellows' Hall, Hamilton.
Proceeds in aid of the above named School
House.
The Patronage of the Public is very respect-
fully solicited.
For further particulars, see handbills.
JOHN E. R. WILSON,
Conductor.
Pagets, August, 21, 1877.

Notice.

THIE MEMBERS of the Young Men's
FRIEND Y INSTITUTION are re-
quested to attend a Special MEETING to be
held at the LANE SCHOOL ROOM, on
THURSDAY Evening Next, 23rd instant,
commencing at 8 o'clock, P. M"
By order of the Committee,
H. SWAN,
: Secretary.
Pam'ilon, Aug. O0th, 1877.

Received by the Canima
-Ind on Sale
'At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store.
cORNELL'S GEOG iAPHI IS
SFirst and Second Saunder's PRIMERS
aitnler's First, Second and Third READERS
hamilton, Aug. 21st, 1877.


. .. ..I I I I* .- .- .. .. )


AT 11 O'CLOCK

ON THURSDAY,
The 30th August inst.,
At Hermitage, in Smiths Pfrish,'
A Portion of the

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
GLASS and SILVER-viz.:
MAHOGANY SOFA
Do. COUCH
Mahogany Sofa TABLES
Do. Card TABLES
Do. CHAIRS
Do. WARDROBES
Do. Dining TABLES with extra Leaves
Do. SIDEBOARD
Do. BEDSTEADS
Do. COMMODES
Hair MATTRESSES
Looking GLASSES
WASHSTANDS Towel HORSES
Plated CANDLESTICKS
GLASSWARE, &c., &c., &c.

About 220 Ounces SILVER,
Consisting of:
Soup LADLES
Table, Dessert and Tea SPOONS
Gravey SPOONS Salt SPOONS
Egg DO. Mustard DO.
Dinner and Dessert FORKS
Fish SLICE Butter KNIFE
Round WAITER
Wine STRAINER and FUNNEL, &c.

337 Vols. of BOOKS, among which
are many by Eminent Authors.
JOHN SKINNER,
Auctioneer.
August 20th, 1877.-2

Madeira Onion Seed.

'THlE Subscriber has received from Madeira
via London, a few Bottles of Choice

ONION SEED.
*$ EARLY WHITE" at usual price per bottle,
I)ON PEDRO-a few sample vials only at 3/.
These Onions are highly recommended, bein4
of rapid growt'h and c' ,.i:;,g early to maturity.
For sale (by permission) at the Stores oJ
ViMessrs. Gosling Bros.
HENRY A. SMITH,
Hamilton, 15th August, 1877.--2m


PRIOGi'VM VIE.
The Stake Boat will be placed at 11'30 A.M.
First IAC E-Open to a 1 comers, l)ingies
will Start at 12.
Second I AC E-Open to all comers. Six Oared
Gigs.
Third R ACE-Private Match. Six Oared
Gigs.
Fourth RACE-Dock Hunt.
Fifth RACE-A Spar with a PIG and a Prize
at the Extreme end.
:Kntrance Fee for each Race 10/.
All Dingies to be Entered and Measured
Monday 27th instant.
For all particul irs of the Regatta, please
apply to
A. T. SIMMONS,
Commodore of Paget Union Club.
August 21st, 1877

Cheap Groceries.

J'he cheapest Groceries can be ob-
tained at

RFID STRE'Tr.
Also a Small Lot of
DRA 7OODS,
Say, Cotton SHIK ETING, beautiful C A LI-
COlES, Men's SOCKS, FANS, &c., &c,
And, a lot Cheap SLIPPERS and SHOES.
Prices to suit every one
Last, but not least, Little Harry's Odourless
Safety Night LAMP1'," costs but a fraction of a
penny per night to use it. Chimney and shade
combined in one, entirely free from odours
while turningg, and absolutely safe.
IHamilton, Aug. 21, 1877.

For B larbados and
[)emerara,
TO RETURN DIRECT.
TIlE BRIGANTINE


W HIT. '-" .-aster
UWill S'ail as above on

Sati +y Il Sept
f For "rl gitl or Pssa;:Qe oiher way,
Apply to
S. INGIL M & CO.
lHamilton, August21, 1877,


w York Mail Steamer.


yeb) *tore*

T he Und rsi aned
Invites his Friends and the Public
generally to visit his
Atew IP wholesale & A lelail
EST A It1 IISII I'MENT,
.No. 34 Front Street,
Between the Warehouses of Messrs. S. S. Ing-
ham & Co. and Messrs. Gosling Bros.
Ilis Stock consists in part of the undermentionad
Goods, viz. :-


FLOUR
BK EAD
ME A I,
CORN
IlRAN
IIAMS
BACON
TONGUES
B X It LEY
ST'' i RCHA
SODA
HERRINGS
SARDINES
BUCKETS
BROOMS
RAISINS
PORK
Smoked BEEF
LARI)
COFFEE, Raw and
Ground
MI LK
SPICES
S AGO
0 ATI EAL
11O 1INY
yMince ME T. IIl. to?
71b iins
SALT,, Fine-Blagrs
and Bottles
CUR -NTS
TAR, in Tin 1 Pint ?
to 5 Gallons (
Kerosene UIL.
N eatsfoot 01 L
SA LTS
Bath ItBICtK
1)ATES
N U' S
BLUE,
PAPE R, snall & I .r
TOB XCCO in varie-
ty, lump & fine-cut
(C 1 G ARS
TINVW k'RE
WOOD EN\WARE
Wash TUBS
GLSSWARE
VEG ETABLES
Copper Paint, from I
Pint to I Gallon
VARNISHES, in va-
riety
PA INTS
OIL
Paint BRUSHES
C I11V1 ES K
BUTTER
SUGAR -- White, )
Brown and Vacuum
Pan )
TEA-Oolongs and?
Green
Black PEPPER
Manilla and HIemp)
iOPF, ( thread to
7 inch


SPIUNYA-RN
MARLINE, &c.
Dried APPLES
FL \X EED )
CHOCt OLATP--Vug-
lish and American
PIPES
Clothes PINS
LI.rd 01O,
Whale OIL
BWy RUM.I
SENNNk
NUTM EIGS
FIGS
OYSTERS
Green PI'E\S, in Tins
Green CORN "
PLINE A'PPLE "E
PEACGiES "
CON FCTI)NERY,
large assortment
O \ '
1BLACKIN(OS
J A_ 1 S
J1, LLI ES
SA LION
CAK F,-say :
Lemon
Sod a
Fruit
butter
Jumbles
oinbination
Ginger naps
Mi!lk Biscuits
Cocoanut 'naps
Corned BEEF
MUSTARI)
PI K [LE
S.:\U(C
P IUN1.S, in Tins and
B,,ttles, 11b. to 31b.,
very choice
CITRON
Fishing LIN MS and'
BOOKSS
Seine & Sewing Twine
Florida WA FElt
Salad OIL
Castor OIL
BOOTS and S .OES
Stove PO LISH
NAILS
CANDLES, English &
American
MOLAS- ES
TURPENTINE, 1 Pint
to I (Cask
VINEGAR, Dark and
Light
MANNA
Cream TARTAR
Tartaric ACID
Scrubbing BRUSHES
COCOANUT.S


"i I he Store in Queen Street will go on as
usual.
W. H. HUGHES.
IHa ilton, 21st August, 1877..-3
Gazette only.

D. VI. Seon's Cash Store.


Is now Opening and Offers for
Sale,
Cheap for Cash,
A Variety ot aioticles,
JUST RECEI VED,
.ro: London and 24.-w Y ork,
Vlost of which have been Selected by himself.
The following is a List of some o( them :-
ANC HOiRS L4A WN
AUG ERS LxVMA
BOOTS LINEN
Bi I J E, osquito NET
B itO(M MM A i SAILLES
(1OTI' )NS ( Cut, Halifax,
SE Ni I T N A 1 L l Galv; nized'
C AL[Ct) i torse Shoe,
I)UCK Linseed,
DIAPI ER l ",cu-s:,ar,
ius.I P N Kerosine,
EAR II'tliNWARItE PU. iY
lM Bl OIDEiY P: y ILS
FANS PkN'S
FLANNEL R BBONS
IGiilEN DINE ltO lIs
GRi TElRS SCISSORj i
lARDWARE S 1i'lBT'ING
HIATS SCREWS
il)OS1 Y Till EA\I
111 N TICKIN G
INsITIONTN TOW\VELS
KNIVES Wash BOARDS
Knife BOXES Water CANS
&c., &C., &c.
(fy' An Early Call is Requested from all.
1). E. SEON.
Hamilton, August 7th, 1877.-3 3p

St H. M miller's,
NEID STREET-HAMILTON,
No. I ( ainet aud Cnriiage
;.". ; :.#
In Small P1l) c..
Tarr and %W\anson's M ETALIC, for Boats."
HIamilton, August 21st, 1877.-2


'A-


Will
On


Krl


The Steamer

"Canima,"


Captain HITTER,
leave hence for New York,
Thursday Next
The 23rd Instant,
At 8-30 A. M.
P. T IT* ? 11 I


T o leave New York for return
9 .-, t4., .-fr- 301 1aI fnst.,
All M \ILS, to close at th) P st Office a
6 a. m., Thursday, 23rd.
Freight, Specie and Parcels, received until
6 p.m 22d instant. Bills of Lading for Freight
will be signed until 7 p.m., 22nd instant.
P.it- -,i.;' are respectfully iiaotifi-d that the
Stage viill be removed at 8 a.m., 23rd.
Iold,-drs ,f return Z'ickets will plelise present
them at this Office for endorsement.
-uiff'-r ce W-irehouse will be cleared on
25th inst.
TROTT AND COX,
Agents.
West Front S:reet, Agent
Aug. 21, 1877.
Colonist Copy.

Notice.
Estate of Charles Brown,
Deceased.
I HEREBY eive notice that, under and in
pursuance of a Writ of Inquisition directed
to ine and of the '- Escheats Act, 1871," an In'-
qisiiion will be held by me on FRIDAY the
Twenty-third day of November next, at Eleven
o' lock in the forenoon, at the CoURT HlouSE in
the TowN oF ilAMILTON, to inquire into the al-
'Y.,-d or supposed Escheat to the Crown ofcer-
tain Resa Estaie in the Town of St. George
aftremamd lately held by the said CHARLES
". OWN, which Heal Estate consists of a LOT
OF LXND) in the Town of Saint Georg.
taforsaid, measuringr 150 feet square or there-
ahou-s, and bounded on the North by land now
or !ate of the heirs or devisees of Admiral Tho.
mas Western, deceased ; ou the South by Clad"'
renc street; on the East by the Public Road
leadi.,n from the Governor's Garden" to. the'
site of dhe old Government House, and on
the West by Kent street, and an unfiniiised
house thereon ; of which Inquisition all persons,
concerned are hereby required to take Notice.
J. H. TROTTI,
Pro. Mar. General.
Aug. 21, i877.-4ug 21, Oct 2, Nov 20

For Sale,


Ex S. S. CA JV I M .,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
AjARRELS Choice S. F. FLOUIJ
ic Barrels Corn MiE-- L
Barrels Pilot BRItE AD
Barrels Crushed SUGAR
Barrels E. R. POTATOES
Ialf Barrels Family BEEF
Halilf Barrels T. M. PORK
IBgs CORN Bags OATS
Boxes CANDLES 6's (Tallow)
Boxes CANDLES 6's (Adamantine)
Boxes SOAP Boxes STARCH
Boxes CHEESE Tins LARD 25 Lbs.
Tubs BUTT E R, AIMS B ICON

rAnd in Store,
Barrels Bright Grocery SUGAR
Barrels Kerosene 01 L
Barrels Rosendale CEMENT
Bags COFFEE
J. T. DARRELL .
Hamilton, Aug. 21, 1877.-3 3p.


CO.


F7 01 ML 0ND0DON,
W OOL dyed Broad CLOTH
DOESKINS
DI 1GONALS COATINGS
SUITINGS Whip CORDS
THOUSERING', &e., &c.
A. LEBRECKT,
Tailor and lHabit Maker, Queen St. Hamilton. .
N. BI.-To suit the Public, the above GooJs.
will also be Sold by the Yard at very low pricevsi,
for Cash.
August 21st, 1877*
# :ciame it iLetters.
Edwin A Anderson, Sophia Anderson, Edw Ast.
w,od, Etizabeth Amary, Thos J Butterfied, B J -
lurch, Joye silveira Britomarte, Gus Brown, Eliza-
beth Bean, Peter Butterfield, James Butterfield, Mrs
MichpDl Carroll, Sarah t)ickinson, John Desart
Joseph Dickinson, Richard Dill Mrs John Frazer,
J Friswell, Moris M Frith, Mrs Eliza Gilbeit,
Th.) as G o.. -, Elizabeth llunte, M H Healy, Mrs
J lmrnae, \1 D Hollis, Valivia Ingham, Mrs Nathan
Jacka,, Jarn, (rags & CasweIl, Uharles Janiei,
S Jones. Wm Joins, Jerome Joaquim, Richard
Jones,. N J:ne., J H Lamont, Antonio Jan Luis, ,
Rev 0lob' t Mi ler, James Mullens, Ellen Murphy,
Marion O ',rbilv.-, J W Place, Samuel Parker,"-
N J Robinson, V IH Robinson, John H Robinson,
Francis Romeo, J .W Robinson; Samuel Smith'
(Mason), James H Stone, Mrs F Small, Maria Si-
moMn, Mr Shadbolt, Mrs H M Stowe, Francisco,
Meeiiro da Silva, Henry Stephens, Nathaniel Smith,.<:
Richa'd Smith, Joseph Silver, Agnes Smith, Olivia
Smith, ',a y Virgin, Julius Wood, Sarah Wilson,
Mrs Richard Wood.
Post Office, Hamilton, August 20,1877.
MAILS FOR ENGLAND, United States. and
Dominion of Canada; per Steamer Canima, close at
the Post Office, Hamilton, ON THURSDAY NEXT,
at Six a. m.
UJNCLkIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-:
FICE, ST. GEORGE. 20th August, 1877.
Edward K Andfrson, A Burch, W H Bulley, Rev
W 0 Brown, Amy Burchall, Samuel Chapman, J G0
'Fo',, Manu l Fowes, Samuel Griffiths, Mingo Jones,
J C Siaywird, Di F Hunter, M Kennelly, Rev FJ.-
F Ligh bourn, Zo Mayor, Mrs Noble, David C Pit-,'
cher, John Reed, Adreanna Simmons, Sarah Smith,
Elizabeth R Smith, il A Smith, Susan Simmons,
Thos E Trott, Thomas W Talbot, Ruth E Wool.
ridge, Hezekiah Wales, Edward Walsh.


.1






~RE IRtDA'ROVAL GAZETTfE


SE R I IU DA. MANITOBA, CANADA WEST.-We have received the
following interesting' communication relative to
Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorable Manitoba, from a Bermudian gentleman who has
House of Asembly been for some three years settled in that far West
Wednesday. 15h Aut-A Message from district of Canada. It is dated
ednesday. 15the e -A Message from His LONG LAKE, POPLAR POINT, 15TH July, 1877.
(Nxolhy the Governor: ) "We have had continuous
ROBERT "If FT, I FFAN heavy rains here this spring, which have injured
overnor ad O m (er in.F Ce FA the young and growing crops to some extent, but
Governor ana i Conmmander in- Cnef.i not to the same as was first anticipated. The root
Governor regrets to find that owing to a difference crops have been the most injured, particularly in
of opininlow lands. I have suffered slightly with others.
of opinion whc had arisen prior to hi arrival be- But since having finer and warmer weather for the
tween te Honorable House of Assembly and the last ten or twelve days, the growth of everything
Executive Government as to the manner in which has been perfectly astonishing. We have a pros-
certain information connected with the finances of pect now of splendid crops as the young grain
fhe Colony which he Assembly desirehould be asked crops are looking exceedingly promising. The
from the Honbled Receiver Genral should be asked emigration here this spring has been very large
for and furnished, the Assembly has thought it ne- from Old Canada and other parts, great numbers
cessary to susperd the consideration of all money of them having taken up land for settlement, while
appropriations and has thereby left the public ser- many young Canadians who were not prepared to
vice of te Colony unprovided with funds at a time facehalf of the hardshipsthat their Fathers haddone
when many Public Woks of the most. urgent im- before them, hastily returned to their oldhomes and
portance should be proceeded with the utmost dill- are now trying to cry, or write, this fine Agricultu-
gence. ral Country down, when there is no finer one on the
The Governor feels sure tbat the Assembly will face of the earth to be found, if those awful pests,
be as anxious as he s to put an end to so unsatis- the Grasshoppers, will only keep away. There has
factory a state of things, been no sign of them here this year and it is now
As the question which had been raised prior to too late to expect them. It is fearfully cold here
the Governor's arrival between the Assembly and in the winters, but it is a dry cold, which we can
the Executive Government has been referred to the stand more easily than that of the lower provinces,
consideration of the Secretary of State, it is not though at times we have the thermometer down to
necessary, and it d' es not seem to be in any way 43 degrees below zero, but we do not have it very
expedient that the Governor should now express cold much before Christmas, when the winters are
any opinion thereon. He will wait upon that ques- considered to have regularly set in, in their inten-
tion for the decision and the instructions of the sity. We have snow sometimes as early as the first
Secretary of State. week in October, but it does not remain with us long.
But as the Secretary oe State's decision may not But that makes our winters long, when it comes so
arrive here for a considerable time, and as it is de- early as that, but we often have fine open weather
sirable that the Public Service should suffer as lit- to 1st week in December."
tie as possible in the interval, the Governor, with
the unanimous concurrence of the Executive Coun- PROTECTION IN THE UNITED STATES.
eil, has directed the Receiver General to lay his
Books before the Assembly and to afford the House (From Mr. Cartwright's Fergus Speech.)
every aid and assistance in his power in examining O rovraga iteu s ono
them. Over and over again in the course of this contro-
The Receiver General will take his Books to the very has the example of the people of the United
House of Assembly and will lay them on the table, States been appealed to. These protectionist ora-
and place them at the disposal of the House, and tors say, "Your theories may be all right, your
he will remain in attendance so long as the As- doctrines may be sound, but look at the example of
sembly pleases to retain the Books, and will take the people of the United States. They were pro-
the Books back to his office when the House no tected; they have made themselves into a manu-
longer requires them or when it adjourns, and if featuring people to their own great benefit, and to
the Assembly should desire to examine the Books the advantage of the whole people. They have
again the following day or oftener, the Receiver reduced their debt, and have become wonder-
General will comply with their wishes in that res- fully and universally prosperous." Statements
pcct, but the Governor trusts the Assembly will like these are becoming much fewer than they were.
make the interruption to the ordinary business of Unfortunately they are tha exact reverse of the
the Receiver General's office as short as possible. truth. Those who appreciate the terrible depres-
The Governor feels sure as soon as the Assembly sion which exists in the United States at the pre-
shall have derived from the examination of the sent time have begun to understand that a policy
Books all the information it thinks necessary, it producing such results cannot be much relied on.
will proceed with the Legislative work of the Ses- But lest you should suppose that I am ignoring the
sion and will provide for the wants of the Public case of the United States, that for my own ends I
Service with as little delay as possible and the am misrepresenting the real condition of the people
Governor assures the Assembly that it will afford of that country, I desire to give you the most un-
him the greatest pleasure to be able to concur with impeachable testimony in the shape of an extract
the Honorable House in carrying out every mea- from a speech delivered in Congress by an eminent
sure that is calculated to promote the prosperity statesman of that country, who dared to speak cf
of these Islands. the situation in the United States as follows, no
Mount Langton, August 15, 1877. longer ago than last February:-" We are all
Familiar with the accounts of unparalleled and
The Receiver General laid upon the table the increasing destitution among our own working
Public Books of Accounts, population. Let not repetition dull our minds so
Mr. R. J. P. Darrell, from the Special Committee that we cannot see, nor steel our hearts so that we
appointed to examine the Treasury Accounts, re- cannot feel the force of facts so often told and so well
ported as follows:- authenticated." "'n some of our larger cities the
The special Committee appointed on the 3rd inst. present is the third 'winter when two-thirds of the
to examine the Treasury Accounts, beg leave to re- unskilled labourers have been unable to find em-
port that they attended at the office of the Receiver ployment. Nevertheless multitudes of temperate,
General with that view, but finding a Committee industrious, and well trained mechanics, and of
appointed by His Honor the Acting Governor then young women with honorable independence of
engaged in a similar service, time would not permit character and sensitive about receiving charity in
an effective examination thereof to be made before any form or shape, have lost all hope, and in the
the late Receiver General, Mr. Fowler's (who has depths of destitution and despair are begging to BE
since left the Colony) term of office would terminate, be saved from lingering death from hunger by being
The Committee would therefore recommend the sent to places intended for the reception of vagrants
order to be rescinded. and criminals. The representatives of the H
RICHARD J. P. DAARRE, i Boston Board of Trade assert that the people of
N. J. DARRELL, Massachusetts are deeply impressed, as are many
RICHARD TYNES. others in all parts of our country, with the fact
Sessions' House, August 15, 1877. that difficulties and depreciation are besetting
Mr. Dill moved (seconded by Mr. Cooper) that every branch of industry. These formidable dis-
the Report be adopted-which was agreed to. asters are not confined to the great cities, but even
The Attorney General moved that the Report on in the smaller manufacturing towns, also, are
Public Works and Buildings be now taken into found people seeking for work, and the general i
consideration in Committee-which was agreed to. cry is: 'It is our trade relations that are wrong
Mr. Wilkinson was called to the Chair of the and unsound; what have you to suggest to lift us
Committee. out of this slough of despond? Are the
The Attorney General moved "that it be recom- facts as we now find them to be thrust aside as if
mended to the House to make provision for the re- of no moment in the present depressed condition
pairs to Public Works and Buildings in accordance of our trade and manufactures? Year after year d<
with the Report of the Colonial Surveyor"-which the plight of our labouring men throughout the
was agreed to. country, and especially in the regions dependent
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution on manufactures and commerce, has grown worse
of the Committe. e and worse. Year by year since 1872 the attracti-
Mr. Clarence Peniston moved that the Report on ons presented to the labourers of Europe have sen-
Roads be now taken into consideration-which was eibly diminished, until in the last fiscal year the
agreed to. immigrants to our shores were less by nearly three
Mr. J, W. Pearman took the Chair of the Corn- hundred thousand than they were four years ago,
mittee. the actual reduction within that time having been
Mr. Clarence Penisten moved that it be recomi from 637,'50 to 169,986. These new comers, go, it U
mended to the House to make provision for the is to be supposed, to friends who are ready to re-
maintenance and repairs of the Public Roads and ceive them, chiefly in those parts of the country
Works connected therewith-which was agreed to. least affected by the prevalent distress."
TheHbuse resumed and adopted the Resolution There you have the opinion of a leading repre- s
of the Committee. sentative of the American people, delivered on the
Mr. Harnett presented a Petition from William floor of Congress, as to what that system has done ol
Benjamin White, of the Town of Hamilton, setting for that country. Is that the system, so tried, so
forth amongst other things that be had incurred in proved, so experienced, which we show such gross P
the'year 1853 a fine on the landing of a package of incompetence, such blindness, such gross ignorance.


tobacco without due entry and praying a consider- such want of statesmanship In refusing to adopt?
ation of the circumstances and such relief as may (Hear, hear.) What! how, when Canada is in a
eeem meet and proper. state of deep distress and depression; when the
The Attorney General introduced a Resolve pro- people find it hard enough to pay their way, is this H
vidipg for repairs to Public Works and Buildings a time when we should put further burdens upon
-which.was read a 1st time. their backs ? (Hear, hear and cheers.) I leave it
Mr. Claxence Peniston introduced a Resolve pro- to you now, and next year when we abshall have to
hiding for the maintenance and repairs of Public decide what policy you shall have, to give the ,
Rocds---which was read a 1st time. answer; but I do say, without fear, that the in- r
Adjourned to,Friday. telligent and honest judgment of the people of
Canada will render just such a verdict as they
AN INEBRIATES' HOME.-Mr. D. Banks McKenzie have rendered before. (Loud and prolonged ch
of the Inebiiates Home, Boston, is now on a visit cheers.)
-r-r I -P- -- 1- 4 D -C"


to .1alifax and has established a ".Reiorm Clu"D
at that place, "which has been the means under
Providence," says a correspondent of meeting a
class of Drunkards who have hitherto been left to
themselves, and the result has been that in about 3
weeks, or less, the number of members to the Club
has increased to about 1,500 (including 3 or 400
boys.) This revolution has had considerable ef-
fect upon the Liquor Dealers, as well as bringing
joy to many homes heretofore the abodes of drunk-
enness and misery. For over one week there was
not a case of drunkenness before the Police Court,
and very few of any other crime."
'At the meeting of the Vice-Admiralty Court
yesterday, His Honor Cbhief Justice Smith deliver-
ed his Decree in the case of the Biltish brigt Ada
H. Halls, which vessel was wieclked near Long
Cay in November last. His Honor, in a very
lucid and exhaustive judgement, pronounced the
vessel to have been "wilfully wrecked," and
awarded no remuneration for services rendered in
saving the cargo of coffee, hides, &c., with which
she was laden. Captain Johnson. the master of
the wrecked vessel, has been arrested by the au-
thorities.-Nassau Guardian, May 26.
The United States Government has notified the
Direct Cable managers that the proposed amalga-
mation with the Anglo-American Company will
be regarded as just cause lor cutting the Direct
Cable off from the United States,


Wanted
Pofafoes, Onions and
Tomaltoes,
For which highest market prices will be paid.
JOHN F. BUR ROWS.
liamilton, 2nd April, 1877.

Prietnle Loa'd dLodogife
FOR
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Mfls. E. A. NEWMAN,
Stone Haven, Reid Street,
Hamilton.
Novr. 6, 1876.--tf

C ALl, at No. 46 and see the PIPES ard other
SinSmokers' requisites for Sale there.

Al A'I CIES for Ladies, Watches for Gen-
S tilemen, catchess for Boys, in gold or
silver cases, at prices to wuit all, at CllLD'S,


u'
RI
in
tr
ot
C
T<
El


N-hi~omney


Sweeping,


T F Undersigned having re-
ceived a Patent CHIMNEY SWEEP-
ING MACHINE from New York, is prepared
to

Sweep Chimneys
At Mo lerate Rates in any part of the Island.
GEORGE OAKLEY.
Hamil, on, A ril 2nd, 1877.

W. 0. F. BASCOME,
M.D.,


DENTIST,
REID STREET, HAMILTON,
Has Received a supply of
lowing


EAST,
the fol-


PREP.R.1 TIOM.
FOR THE TEETH
Put up by the well known Dentists Messrs. ( A.
HlTRIEL, Ludgate Hill. London.
SEDADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORALITE TOOTH PASTE, for Cleansing
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth a
pearl-like whiteness
WHITE GUTTA P'EIIRCHA LNVMEL, for
Stopping decayed Teeth
OSTEO-ENAMEL STOPPING, warranted to
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
ODONTALGIQUE ELIXIRt, celebrated
Mouth Wash.
HIamilton, March 26th, 1877.

'Theodore Outerbridge,
2ETMIN nT 07 SMSON
HAMILTON.
Reid Street, West of "Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri.
days.
Ordelors Promntihr IAtantade tn.


1r terQ a p y .%I j11UeU n Va tn
Hamilton, October 26th, 1876.
-a
To be Let,
To an approved Tenant, with im-
mediate Possession.
^zT h'ee rfvelingr ISotse,
iAnd PREMISES,
[n this Town lately occupied by the Revd.
George H. S. Bell.
Apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, July 23rd, 1877.

For Sale.


A Fine

Milch CO W,


auiet and kind in every respect. Calf just off.
Sold for no fault whatever.
Further particulars apply at the Store of W.
LUCK, ESQR., to
J. H. MASTERS.
aminilton, June 11, 1877.

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Notice of Removal.

MB. ALFRED JORDAN,
Dentist, 1
Has Removed to St. Georges,
And may be consulted there in Kent St.
aily, between 9 a.mn. and 5 o'clock.
October 10, 1876.
'.o-If'odUot) aagaiatit FI RE
kT TIlE MOST MODERATE SATIs
Can be obtained from the
P-H1ENIX INSURANCE COMPANY
of London,
)ne of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain,
Through the IBRANCIt OFFICE in these
lands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
f the Stamp Duty,A very considerable item.
RItKS taken both on HEAL and PERSONALr
ROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A.'-BUTT ERFIELD,


tamilton, September 9th, 1865.


Agent.
1


) IMMEL'S CHOICE PERFU.1MER Y patron-
ised by all the world.
RIMMEL'S IrHLANG.IuLANG,VANDA, HENN'A, JOCKEY
LUB, FRANGIPANE and other Perfumes of exquisite
agrance.
RIMMEL'S LAVENDER WATER distilled from Mit-
ham Flowers.
RIMMEL'8 TOILET VINEGAR, celebrated for its
seful and sanitary properties.
RiMMIL'S EXTRACT OF LI.4 JUIcE sa S GLYCK-
INE, the best preparation for the Hair especially
warm climates ..,
RIMMEL'S DUGONg OIL SOAP, perfumed with Aus.
alian Educatusly
RIMMEL'S GLYCERINE HONEY, WINDSOR, and
her Toilet Soaps.
RIMMEL'S ROSE WATER, COSTUME AND FLORAL
RACKERS, very amusing for Balls and Parties.
RIMMEL'S VIOLET, ROSE LEAF, RICE, and other
oilet Powders.
A Liberal allowance to Shippers.
UGENE RIMMEL, Perfumer to 11 RH the Prin-
cess of Wales, 96 Strand ; 128 Regent
Street, and 21 Cornhill, London ; 16
Boulevard deq Italiens, Paris; anid 27
King's Road, Brighton.
Sold by all Perfumery Venders.


Win. James

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15
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BROKRMI,
AND
(Comisso 4
HAMILTU1NP I


!leney,





gent,
J36ROVUDA.


FOR LI PIERPOOL,
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
Carrying the United States Mail
from .New York
ON'TUESDAY.

Steamshtps
MONTANA sails June 12, at 3 p.m.
IilAliO sails June 19, at Noon.
VYOMING 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
j Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
i ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
The U. S Mail Steamer "Canima" from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
WIr ITA MS RX. tITOM


Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
May 24, 1877.


New York,


Eau" of Dr. loltz for
K HAIR DYE.

,rHIS WATER is of an entirely vegetable
composition, and its use is quite inof-
fensive.
Thanks to this peculiar quality which gives it
no rival, Da. IIOLrz'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.
G(;EN ERA \IV WAREHOUSE. IN PARIS,
La Correspondance Parisienne,
4 lue de la Tacherie, 4.

J. & E. Atkinson s
PER FITMER'Y,

celelirated for nearly a century past, is of the very
!est English manufacture. For its purity and great
excellence it has obtained the following
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
LoNDON, 186"2. PARIS, 1867. COBDOVA, 187"2.
LIMA, 1872. VIEKNA, 1873.
PHILADELPHIA 1876.


Choice


Perfumes for


THE HANDKERCHIEF,
\11 hiue Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano-
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let.
And all other odours, of the finest quality only.

ATKINSON'S
Celebrated lEau de Cologne
is strongly recommended, being more lasting and
fragrant than the German kinds.
A TK INSON'S
OLD BIOWN 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 otier specialties and general articles of Perfu-
mery may be obtained of all dealer throughout the
World, and of the Manufacturers,
a & B. ATZZINSOz,
I 24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION.


CAUTrION.-Messrs. J. & E. ATKINSos manu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality
only. Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counter-
feits by observing th it each article is labelled with
the Firm's Trade Mark, "a White Rose on a
Golden Lyre;" printed in seven colours.
ESTABLISHED 1799.
April 11, 1876-12m If


'rmtE 8.0BL1)!
1 ~ 1'-


TIH E
BLOOD !


BLOODl!


L C L RKE' S
World Famed Blood Mixture.
ltjilOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOD from
l' ALL IMPURITIES, whether arising from youth.
fal indiscretion or any other cause, cannot be too
highly recommended. It
Cures Old Sores
Cures Ulcerated Sores in the Neck
Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs
Cures Blackheads or Pimples on Fae,
SCures Scurvy Sores
Cures Cancerous Ulcers
Cures Blood and Skin Diseades
Cures Glandular Swellings
Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter, from
what ver cause arising.
As this mixture is pleasant to the taste and war-
ranted free from mercury-which all pills and most
medicines sold for the above diseases contain-the
Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test
its value.
Thousands of Testimonials from all Parts.
Sold in Bottles 2s. 3d. each and in Cases,contain.
ing 6 Bottles, lie. each, sufficient to effect a per-
manentcure in long standing cases, by all Chemists
and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any
address on receipt of 27 or 132 stamps, by
F J CLARKE, Chemist, High Street, LINCOLN.
Wholesale Agents: -
BAICLAY & SONS, LONDON,ASN ALL THEWHOLESAr.
HOUSES.
OH Yes! that is a Splendid Assortment of
CI(GlGAKS, H. A. GRANTlI1.M hasjust
received at the Sign of the BIG CIGAR."


4


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W. 0. F. BASCOME,,M.D,I
F.A.A., D.S.,
RBID STREET, I#AMILiTON.
EAST END.

JIL IIJ.NWCK-AUGUST, 1877.


SUN t. Tide, REMARKS.

Sris. sets. g

21 Tu 5 3 3 6 34 12 5 6
22 W'e5 33 6 33 13 5 54
23 Th 5 33 6 31 14 6 42 Fl. Ma6h52mnp.m.
24 Fri 5 34 6 30 15 7 30 St. Bartholomew.
25 Sat 5 35 6 29 16 8 18
26 S 5 36 6 28 17 9 68Mth after Trinity
27 lo 5 36 6 26 18 9 54:RetnDay, MsTerm

THE BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTK is published
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHEE LaE,
Printer to the Queen's .Most Excellent
Majesty,
AT HIS OFFICE,
Northwest Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets.
SHamilton,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at the shortest notice,-Agent
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette.
JAMES THIES, Esqr., Post Master Genema


g
a
r1


BRONZE MEDAL AT THE
I Universal Exhibition of Paris 1855,
SBronze Medal at the Exhibition ofTrie:.te, 1871,
Silver Medal at the Exbibition of Havre, 1868,
Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Paris, 1872,
Gold Medal at th(lie Exhibition of Lyons, 1872,
Diploma ofhonor at the Maritime Exhibition* Pa-
ris, 1875.
RIGOLLOT'S
MUISTA RD PAPER
FOR SINAPISMS OR PLASTERS,
Adopted by the Hospitals of Pars, Field
and Military Hospital, by the
English Royal Navy and
the French National
Navy, &c.
To retain the whole of the properties of Mlutard
in its powdered state and to obtain easily in a few
moments a decided result with the smallest possible
quantity of the remedy, arc the problems which M.
Rigollot has solved in the most conclusive and sa.
tisfactory manner. Rigolloi's Sinapism in leaves
will, therefore, be found i, every family, for the
prompt action obtained by it in masy cases of emer-
gency renders it an invaluable remedy for various
disorders.
(Signed) A. BOUCIIARDAT
Annuairethdrapentique ann6e 1868, p *~04.

IMP ORTANT NOTICE.
The precious quality of Itigollot's Paper in cases
ofgreat gravity, is that of acting very rapidly. It ia
in important Healing Agent. To children, weak,
and nervous persons, I strongly recommend the fal-
lowing method of graduating the action of the plai-
ter according to the will or condition of the patients
viz., to put one, two, or three leaves of wet blot-
ing paper between the Sinapism and the skin.
An old piece of fine linen may also be employed
instead of blotting paper.
Beware of Imitations.
MANUPACTORY AND WAREHOUSE, Avzau: VICTORIA,
24 PARis,-and by all respectable Chemist.











Brown Windsor Soap
Glycerine Cold Cream
Pure Glycerine Soap
SOAPS Marshmallow Soap
Elder Flower Soap
Carbolic Acid and Glycerine
Soap
Medieval Perfume
EXTRACTS FOR THE Jockey Club Bouquet
HANDKERCHIEF ] Extract of Ylangilang
Ess. Boquet, &c., &e.
Marrow Oil
POMADES crystal ream
Exquisite Pomade, &c.,&c.
Saponaceous Tooth Powder,Violet Powder,
Rosemary and Cantherides Hair Wash,
Toilet Vinegar, and every description of Toilet
Perfumery
Manufactory,
33, RD LioN ROAD, HOLBOatf, LoSooa ,
Depot--Parie.




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