BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 43.--Vol. L. STATE bu.riR VIAS ANTIQUAS. 24s per Ann
Hamilton, Bermuda, Tuesday, October 23, 1877.
M.,-.V7A9 P "'92 %A OVAM ft a
TENDERS will be received at the
COLONIAL SURVEYOR'S OFFICE until
The 25th instant,
From Persons desirous of Tendering for any
of the undermentioned Work, viz.:-
St. George's Gaol.
1.-Renewing Floor of Western Veranda.
2.-Renewing four Cell Floors.
3.-External Painting of Woodwork (3 coats).
4.-Colouring Walls and Limewashing Roofs
of Building and making good all necessary
Pointing and Stopping.
Public Offices, St. George.
5.-Colouring Walls and Limewashing Roof of
Buildings and stopping all cracks, &c.
6.-External Painting of all Woodwork (three
7,-Colouring Walls and Limewashing Roof
and Saddle-back Coping of Boundary
The COLONIAL SURVEYOR does not bind him-
self to accept the lowest or any Tender.
A Specification and all further information
can be obtained on application at the Colonial
By the kind Permission and under the Distin-
guished Patronage of His Excellency
Major Gen. Sir R. M. Laffan,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief, &c., &c.
Colonel W. L. MORRISON, C. I.E.
LADIES and OFFICERS of the Garrison.
The 32nd Co. R.E.,
AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB,
Will have the honor of appearing before the In-
- habitants of Bermuda on the Evenings of
Friday, Saturday, Mon-
day and Tuesday,
The 26th, 27th, 29th and 30th October, 1877,
When will be produced with entirely New Sce-
nery and Effects (by Corporal Donald
Gordon, R. E.,) the Sensational Drama
in 3 Acts, by C. It. IAZLEwOOrn,
To be followed each Evening by one of the
following Laughable and Side-splitting Farces,
LEND lME FIVE SHITTJTINS,9
"FrISH OUT OF WATER."
By the kind permission of Colonel R. BEN-
NETT, the Splendid String BAND of the 46th
Regiment will attend and perform a choice selec-
tion of music each evening.
TICKETS can be had from Canteens and N.
C. Officers' Messes at Prospect; from Color
Sergts. of Regiments, Pay Sergeants of Com.
panics, R.E. and at doors on nights of Per-
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle 2/. Reserved Seats 1/6. Pit I/.
Doors to open at 7 p.m. Curtain to rise at
7'30 p.m., punctually. Carriages may be
ordered at 11 p.m.
Smoking Strictly Prohibited. Children in arms
October 15th, 1877.
r[THE Female Members of Paget of the BER-
MUDA LOYAL UNION SOCIETY, in-
4t1 Paget School floom,
October 25th, current,
Commencing at 3 p.m.
The Proceeds will be in aid of the Society.
The Mozart's Favorite BAND will be in at-
EMELIUS B. SMITH,
October 16, 1877.-2
The ]M issues Frit l
Have opened a good assortment of Seasonable
Received per last Steamer, and to which they
invite the attention of the Public.
Paget, October 8, 1877.-2
Bermuda Soap Factory.
T HE Undersigned having Estab-
lished a Factory for the Manufacture of
SOAP. is prepared to supply Grocers and Deal-
ers in Soap with a superior quality of Laundry
SOAP, in assorted size Bars and Cakes, at low
C. T. CONYERS & BRos.,
Pitts Bay Road, East of Stalls, Pembroke,
Something Entirely New
Combining Comfort, 'Quality and
PATENT DOUBLE ACTION IMPROVED
Spring Bed Bottom,
Simple and Durable. Can be used as a spare
Bed on the floor without Bedstead.-Call and
W. T. JAMES,
42, Front Street.
Hamilton, Oct. 8, 1877.-3
HS JUST RECEIVED,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
j Boots & Shoes,
AnI! Fancy ARTICLES.
Which he offers Cheap for Cash at the Cor-
ner of Reid and Queen Streets.
Hamilton, 8th Oct., 1877.-4
,urricutuar. ana important Infor-
mation for the Public.
TZIS I0 TO G7E NOTICE
That the time draws nigh
When you must Buy
Fireworks for the 5th of November.
Therefore before going any where
else call at Nos. 46 and 47" Front Street, and
see the choice assortment of
Just received per Brigt. ,' Ex'elsior" and now
By the box or pack.
The largest ever imported in Bermuda.
The Subscriber offers the above for sale
wholesale and Retail at LOWEST CASHi
Nos. 46 and 47 Front mSt.,
October 15th, 1877.-3
Of London, Eng.,
ANYLITICAL Optician, and inventor of
l the celebrated Brilliant Pantoscopic and
Electro-Galvanic SPECTACLES, which have
created such a sensation in the scientific
world, will make a stay of a few days only at
the Melbourne House, Hamilton, where he
will examine patients suffering from diseases
of the eye, neuralgic and other nervial affec-
tions of the head.
Having had an experience of fifteen years
he can in almost any case guarantee relief by
the aid of lenses scientifically accurate and
perfectly suited to the eye.
Professor Lazarus may be seen only be-
tween the hours of 9 and 12 A.M. and 3 to 6
October 15, 1877.
L AUNDRY SOAP-C. T. Conyers & Bros.
-ie Manufacture a Superior quality of SOAP,
-give it a trial.
5th of November.
Have just Received from England
By Steamer "Beta" via Halifax,
A very large Assortment of New and Fashionable
For Autumn and Winter.
Carefully Selected for this Market.
J. H. TRIMINGHAM & SONS.
October 8th, 1877.-3
The above Establishment
WILL BE RE-OPENED
For the Reception of Guests on arrival of next
Canima" from New York.
Wi=Persons Visiting Bermuda will find this a
first Class establishment. Terms moderate.
Hamilton Hotel, Octr. 15th, 1877.
Mr. Adolphus D. Dickinson
Tenders his thanks to the Public for their pat-
ronage and informs them that he will continue to
give instructions in the
AR.T OF DAAClNG
During the coming Winter at the Residence of
any one wishing to obtain Lessons.
Terms Liberal. Application in Person or by
Hamilton, October 9, 1877.-4 pd
BY THE PROPELLER
C. F. Ackermann,
J. S. DARRELL,
W. C. HYLAND & CO.
St. George's, Sept. 25th, 1877.:-.2m
TjiHE best and Cheapest paper for Squibs,
&c., for Sale at the Royal Gazette Sta-
Hamilton, October 16, 1877.
A Splendid Trichord Cottage
Nearly new, check'action.
Possessing all the latest improvements.
To be seen at COLONEL STEVENSON'S, St.
October 15, 1877.-3
The Property of an Officer about to leave Ber-
The well known Grey Gelding
Quiet to ride and drive, carries a Lady, regu-
larly hunted during last Season.
Set Single HIR.'A SS,
And Light TRAP,
In very Good Condition.
To be Sold Separately, or in one Lot.
An English Made
For further Particulars apply to
LIEUT. J. J. LEVERlSON, R.E
i'rospect, Oct. 9th, 1877.
That very Desirable and Conve-
In Dwelling HOUSE,
In Reid Street, Hamilton, known as STONE-
11AVEN," with Stables, Coach House, &c.
MR. M. S. HUNT,
Sept. 3rd, 1877.
kOAP. One trial of Conyers's Bermuda
SOAP will convince the most Skeptical of
its S superior quality.
Fire Works !
Just Opening a Choice Lot.
Selling very Fast, and Cheap too;
S. W. Cor., Reid and Burnaby Streets.
Hamilton, Octr., 16th, 1877.
\ EA& IL
Reid Street -
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Premises lately belonging to S. T. WHITE, Esqr.,
Is now Open to the Travelling Public.
Where Ladies and Gentlemen will find Com-
The Undersigned hopes by strict attention to
his Business to merit a share of Public Patron-
A Billiard Saloon is Attached.
October 9, 1877.- 4 p
N. B.-STOORAGE ROOM to Let on the
The Cheapest Groceries can be ob.
Also a Small Lot of
Say :-Cotton SHEETI NG, beautiful C A LI
COES, 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 LAMP," costs but a fraction of a
penny per night to use it. Chimney and shade
combined in one, entirely free from odours
while burning, and absolutely safe.
Hamilton, Aug. 21, 1877.
Is Prepared to Supply
Soda Water, Lemonade,
Ginger ALE and other Aerated
2 B V 31 A. G 2 8,0
At the Shortest Notice, at any part of the
Islands, West of the Causeway.
Orders for the above will be Received at the
"STAR AND GARTER" Tavern (Late the
"METROPOLITAN") Queen Street, and at
his Store near the Commissariat Buildings, East
J. W. ADKINS.
October 9th, 1877.
Vi Boots & Shoes.
AT TE. O)LD STPANID,
A Large Assortment of Ladies',
Gents', Misses', Boys' and Children's
0oot$ 0& $tori,0
Of the latest Styles and of the best quality,
Suitable for the Season.
All down at bottom Prices for the CASH only.
Hamilton, June 21st, 1877.
Money to Loan
On Mortgage of Real Estate.
Apply to MR. 1 I U11 NT,
t hancery Lane, Hnamrilton.
17th Sept., 1877.
Win. James Ileney,
HAM I LTON,
Empty Flour Barrels..
For sale by
St. Georges, April 12 1877,
Colonial Secretary's Office,
6TH OCTOBER, 1877.
THE following ACTS have been passed by
the Legislature of Bermuda during the
present Session, viz.:-
No. 8.--An Act to continue the Act granting
a Salary to the Speaker of the Assembly.
(In force to December 31, 1882.)
No. 9.-An Act to enable the Governor in
Council to postpone the sittings of the
Court of General Assize.
(In force to December 31, 1878.)
No. 10.-An Act to continue the Clergy Act
(In force to December 31, 1882.)
No. 11.-An Act to provide for the Establish-
ment of a Board of Public Works.
(In force to December 31, 1880.)
No. 12.-An Act to continue the Act providing
Salaries for the Officers of the Revenue De-
(In force to December 31, 1879.)
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
3 Colonial Secretary.
Miller and Spencer
Sole Agents for the New York Bale
306 Washington Street,
C. R. MILLER &
G. W. SPENCER.
Persons in want of a first Class Fertilizer will
do well to call on the Undersigned who will be
pleased to show samples of the Same.
THEO. OUTERBRIDGE, V. S.,
Reid Street, Hamilton.
Hlamilton, Oct. 9(h, 1877.-1 n
PERSONS having just Claims
against the Estate of the late MRS. ANN
LIGIITBOURN, of Pembroke Parish, are re-
quested to forward the same to the Undersigned,
for a Settlement; and those Indebted to the said
Estate will please to settle their Amounts before
the 31st Octob.er. No Claim will be allowed
after that date.
A. M. OUDNEY,
September 29, 1877.
BULL'S HEAD LIVERY
DANIEL G. LANE Proprietor.
Branch Establishment, St. George.
T H E Proprietor of the above Es-
tablishment having just returned by the
" 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 ot
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-
meut a trial before going elsewhere.
Hamilton, Sept. 19th, 1876.
|OM1E INDUSTRY.-Ask your friends to
use no other SOAP for the Laundry but
Bermuda Manufactured, made by C. T. CON-
YEtaS & B1tOS.
The Standard of
Adapted to the Standard of all Nations, Packed
ready for Shipping.
World's Fair, London 1851
World's Fair, New York 1853
World's Fair, Paris 1867
World's Fair, Vienna 1873
World's Fair, Santiago, (Chili) 1875
World's Fair, Philadelphia 1876
World's Fair, Sydney, Australia, 1877
(The beat Feeder known for Stationary Marine
and Locomotive Boilers, &c.,) also
Oscillating Pump Co.'s Pump
FAIRBANK'S & CO., N. Y,
October 16th, 1877--.6m
bE-RMUDA ROYAL GAZETTIl
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EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSER-
VATIONS taken un1.k-r the direction of the Prht..il;l
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea
Hamilton, October 23, 1877.
Colonial Secretary's Oflice,
OCTOBER 22ND, 1877.
HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been
-'pleased to appoint the
Reverend MIalirk J.atnmes,
to be CHAPLAIN TO THE GAOL AT HAMILTON.I
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
OCTOBER 22ND, 1877.
[IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been
pleased to make the following appoint-
Ed win Jones, Esquire,
to be REVENUE OFFICER at the PORT OF HAM-
ILTON, in the room of Mr. C. W. B. Fozard,
'Tucker Woodward Lilghibourn,
to be REVENUE OFFICER at the PORT OF
SAINT GEORGE, in the room of Mr. Edwin
JTones, transferred.' -
By His Excellency's Command4
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colornial Secretary.
Proceedings of the Legislative
Friday, 19th October, 1877.-Pursuant to ad-
journment the House met.
The Honorable Augustus J. Musson,
William H. Gosling,
(" James H. Trimingham,
"* Eugenius Harvey,
*" Joseph H. Harvey,
James Tucker, Receiver General,
George Somers Tucker,
Randal Eden Webster, Colonial
The Senior Member present took the Chair.
The Honorable James H. Trimingham presented
a Petition from Catherine Watson, lately a nurse in
the Lunatic Asylum, praying for some aid in her
retirement from ill health.
The Bill entitled "An Act for the better Auditing
of the Public Accounts," was read the second time.
The House went into Committee thereon.
The Honorable William H. Gosling in the Chair.
On the first clause being put, the Honorable Mr.
Trimingham moved the following amendments:-
Line 5-After word "by" strike out seventeen
words following and insert, three persons tobe ap-
pointed by the Governor for that purpose under the
title of the. Board" of Audit of Public Accounts.
One of the said Board may be a member of the
House 'of Assembly, and two not to he members of
Line 11-After the word "by" strike out "such
members" and insert "the said Board, or a ma-
joity of them."
The Honorable Mr. Webster moved the following
After 'the words all accounts" insert-" and
claims against the Public Treasury not already re-
quired by law to be Audited by the Committees of
Quarterly Accounts before payment thereofshall
be audited before payment by a Board to be called
the Audit Board, which shall consist of three mem-
bers to be appointed by the Governor of whom one
shall have a seat in the House of Assembly and
bold office in the Audit Board till his successor
shall be appointed from the next new Assembly in
its first Session and all subsequent appointments to
the Board from the Assembly shall be made during
the first Session of, every, new Assembly to hold
office in like manner and any two members of the
Audit Board shall form a quorum for the transac-
tion of business, and every demand against the
Public Treasury shall be submitted by the Receiver
General to, and shall be audited and if found correct
certified by the said Board who shall, in its Certifi-
cate, state under what act or Resolution the account
or claim is payable, and also certify to the correct-
ness of such account -or claim and in the case of ac-
counts founded on specific contracts that the same
are in accordance-with (he contract prices and in
the case of materials or services or supplies not
furnished under special contract that the prices are
proper and reasonable."
On the question being put on the fHonorable Mr.
W< buster's amendment it was negatived.
Ayes-Honorable 'Randal Eden Webster, Colo-
"* -. nial Secretary, I
," James Tucker, Receiver Genl.
Nahys--Honorab'le George Somers Tucker,
,\ . ,Joseph:H.'Harvey,
'. Eugenids flairvy,
James H. Trimingham, ,
William H. Gosling,
Augustus J. Musson.
The questiorIbeing then put ot the Ilonble. Mr.
Trimingham's amendments they were carried in the
Ayes-1ornorable George Somers Tucker,
is T\,qrh a- r fI n H .l r 'o
S James H. Trimingham,
S William H. Godsling,
,, Augustus J. Musson.
norable Randal Eden Webster, Colo-
C" James Tucker, Receiver Genl.
On clause II being proposed, the Honorable Mr.
Trimingham moved the following amendments,
which were agreed to:
Line 1, after woid Act," strike out seven words
following and insert "the said Board or a majori-
ty of them."
Line '3, after word meeteet" strike out all the
words to the end of the cla'ubs and insert'"" on
every Monday at 11 a.m., the same not being a
Public Holiday, or oftener if required, by notice
from the Receiver General so to do "
Clauses III and IV, were agreed to.
The Honorable Mr. Webster proposed a Clause
as No. V, as follows, which was agreed to.
. The Governor shall have power to remove from
his Office of member of th Audit Board any mem-
ber of the said Board who shall neglect or refuse
to attend to the dti,.. of such office or who shall
hold any other office the duties of which shall be
incompatible with the performance of those of a
member of the Audit Board."
The Honorable Mr. Trimingham moved that
there be a duration Clause, which was agreed to.
The Honorable Mr. Trimingham proposed the
following as a duration Clause:-
VI-This Act shall be and continue in force until
and throughout the last day of December which will
be in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight
Hundred and Eighty-which was agreed to.
The Committee rose.
The Chairman reported the Bill with certain
amendments. The House resumed and adopted the
Report and it was ordered that the Bill be re-
turned to the House of Assembly with a Message
requesting their concurrence in certain amendments
which the Council deem expedient to be made to
the Bill, the Message to be delivered by Mr. Trim-
ingham as follows:-
I Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Assembly;
T am u:ira.nu 1uy- fb1a T4 a u4P1vt_ -On.inilf nU re
The Resolve granting the sum of "300" for
finishing, the publication of Sir Henry Lefroy's
memorials of the Bermudas-was read a third time
The Resolve for paying the excess of Expenditure
on repairs to the Government House-was read a
third.time and passed.
Adjourned to Wednesday next.
Public Clock Resolve.
Resolve for aiding Catherine Watson.
Steam Subsidy Bill.
Council's amendments to Audit Bill,
Oct. 16-Brigt. F. H. Jennings, Mahoney, Port-
17-Mail Steamer Canima, Liddicoat, New York.
19-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York; 150 em-
20-Schr. Carrie, Sigsworth, Cardigan, P. E. Island.
Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York.
:' i The Eliza Barss leaves for New York first
In the Mail Steamer Canima, on Wednesday last,
for New York :-Captaitis H. F. Conyers. John Wes-
sels and Nils Sangerstedt, Messrs. J. J. Frith, Saml.
Baez, G. W. Spencer, J. R. Duerden, and IT. R. Ham-
ilton.-2nd Cabin, Henry Hase and John Rogers.
In the Excelsior for New York :-Mr. Clarence
Jones and Mr. Harry Ingham.
Two events of rather a sensational nature have
occurred within the past eight days. The first in
the sudden departure from Hamilton, of Mr. James
Dunkley, saddler and harness maker, and of the
discovery in the Town of St. George of a variety
of articles, to the value of about one hundred pounds,
brought-with other materials, &c., from the Ger-
man Schooner Clara, Captain Wessals, which ves-
sel was wrecked on the northern reefs of these
Islands on the 29th ultimo-by the Steam Tug C.
F. Ackermann in conjunction with a whale boat from
St. David's Island, belonging to Mr. Robert Fox.
Dunkley, who has been doing business in the
town of Hamilton for ten years-having previous-
ly carried on a similar business in the town of St.
George, left these Islands on yesterday week in the
Royal Mail Steamer for Halifax. He secured his
passage with a ticket obtained by a friend-in his,
the friend's, name-and as might be supposed from
the abruptness of his departure and of his manner of
doing business of late years, that .the balances in
his books, where a balance has been attempted to
be struck, are anything but satisfactory. His cre-
ditors are numerous and some of them are claiming
for large amounts,
In reference to the wrecking affair. It appears
that the Tug Steamer C. F. Ackermann, owned by
Captain Luckenbach, in connection with a whale
boat belonging to Mr. Robert Fox of St. David's
Island, brought to St. Georges from the wreck of
the Clara on the 30th September, a large number of
articles, such as sails, rigging, nautical instruments,
provisions, &c., some of which only, it seems, were
taken to and deposited as requested, as well by
special as by public notice in this Gazette, at the
Stores of the Agent, John Fowle, Esqr., at Man-
grove Bay. On yesterday week the Worshipful
Morris A. 31. Frith, Police Magistrate for the
Town of Hamilton, accompanied by Captain Wes-
sels, and his Agent, visited St. Georges, and at once
placed himself in communication with the Wor-
shipful W. T. Roberts, the Police Magistrate for
that Town, who soon despatched his Chief Con-
stable, Clerk, and others of the force, to arrest cer-
tain parties and to ascertain the whereabouts of
the missing articles from the Clara. In the course
of that and the following day a great many of the
goods were found in various places in the town,
on board vessels in the harbour, and on the Island
of St. Davids-and identified by Captain Wessels.
A further investigation takes place to-day. Cap-
tain Luckenbach and Mr. Robert Fox, who were
arrested on the first day of the enquiry, have been
admitted to bail.
I am recteu Uby te Legislativeo ounciui to re-
turn to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
"An Act for the better Auditing of the Public
Accounts" and to request the concurrence of your
Honorable House in certain amendments which
the Council deem expedient to be made therelo-
a copy of which amendments is delivered here-
Council Chamber, 19th Octr., 1877.
Adjourned to Tuesday next, 23rd Octr., at 11 30.
I1 E It M1 71UD -
Abstract of the Proceedings oJ the Honorable
House of Assembly.
Friday, 19th October.-The Attorney General in-
troduced a Bill The Justices of the Peace Juris-
diction Bill, 1877," which was read a first time.
The Attorney General introduced a Bill "The
New York Steam Communication Bill, 1877,"
which was read a first time.
The Resolve for providing for a Public Clock,
was read a second time and Committed.
Mr. J. W. Pearman in the Chair.
The Resolve was agreed to and the blank filled
The House resumed and adopted the Resolve,
which was ordered to be engrossed.
The Resolve for publishing the further Memo-
rials of the Bermudas, by Sir Henry Lefroy, was
read a 2nd time and Committed.
Mr. A. J. Frith in the Chair.
The Resolve was adopted, and the blank filled
The House resumed and adopted the Resolve,
which was ordered to be engrossed.
Mr. Hunt gave notice that he should move an
addition to the Public Clock Resolve, providing
for the strengthening of the Post Office Tower, if
The Resolve granting 22 to pay the excess of
expense in repairs to Government House, was read
a 2nd time, Committed, reported, adopted by the
House, and ordered to be engrossed.
Adjourned to Monday next.
Monday, 22nd October.-Mr. Hunt moved that
the Resolve for providing a Public Clock be now
read a third time.
Mr. Wadson moved that the order of the day for
the 3rd reading of the Resolve for the Public Clock
be discharged for to-day and that it be recommitted
for general purposes on the next day of meeting-
which was affirmed. Ayes 18. Nays 8.
A Message from the Legislative Council:-
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Assembly ;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to re-
turn, to your Honorable House the Bill entitled
An Act for the better auditing of the Public Ac.
counts," and to request the concurrence of your
Honorable House in certain amendments which the
Council deem expedient to be made thereto-a
copy of which amendments is delivered herewith.
Council Chamber, 19th October, 1877.
Amendments proposed by the Legislative Coun-
cil to be made to the Bill eetitled "* An Act for the
better Auditing of the Public Accounts."
Clause I, line 5, after word by" strike out seven-
teen words following, and insert three persons
to be appointed by the Governor for that purpose
under the title of the Board of Audit of Public
Accounts, one of the said Board may be a Mem-
ber of the House of Assembly, and two not to be
.Members of the Legislature."
Line 11, after the word "by" strike out "such
Members" and insert "the said Board or a ma-
jority of them."
Clause II, line 1, after word Act" strike out seven
words following and insert the said Board or a
majority of tbem."
Line 3, after word meet' strike out all the
words to the end of the clause and insert on
every Monday at 11 a.m. the same not being a
,Public Holiday, or oftener if required by notice
from the Receiver General so to do."
Insert as Clause V. "The Governor shall have
power to remove from his office of member of the
Audit Board any Member of the said Board who
shall neglect or refuse to attend to the duties of
such office or who shall hold any other office the
duties of which shall be incompatible with the
performance of those of a Member of the Audit
Insert as Clause VI. "This Act shall be and con-
tinue in force until and throughout the last day
of December which will be in the year of Our
Lord One thousand eight hundred and Eighty."
The Petition of Catherine Watson, lately se-
cond Matron of the Lunatic Asylum, was read
Mr. Fowle in the Chair.
Mr. Dill moved that the prayer of the Petition be
granted-which was affirmed.
Ayes18-Messrs. J A Atwood, S C Bell, T N
Dill, N J Darrell, W J Frith, J Harnett, W S
Masters, S A Masters, T D) Middleton, T A Outer-
bridge, S C Outerbridge, E Peniston, C Peniston,
J W Pearman, R Tynes, W H- Wilkinson, T J
SNays 8-Messrs. Speaker, F M Cooper, R J P
Darrell, R D Fraser, S B Gray, E H Gosling, H G
Hunt, S A Harvey, J N Smith.
The House resumed and adopted the Resolution.
Mr. Dill introduced a Resolve granting aid to
Catherine Watson, in her retirement from ill-health
as second Matron of the Lunatic Asylum-which
was read a first time.
B. R. & C. C.
R. Gray, c E. Zuill, b Outerbridge........ ...... 10
S. H Gilbert, run out........................ 0
A. Darrell, b Outerbridge... .................. 0
T. W. Hunt, 1.b.w., b Peniston................. 0
F. Misick, c Outerbridge, b Peniston........... 0
W. Masters, b Williams......................17
R. F. Hunt, b Outerbridge.................... 3
B. T. Gray, b Peniston.....................' 7
A. D. Gilbert, b Williams..................... 3
G. B. H unt, not out........... .............. 6
W. Bluck, c and b Outerbridge................ 0,
Byes 8, Leg Bye 1, Wide 1, No Ball 1 11
In the Second Innings T. W. Hunt made 3 and
was then bowled by Williams, and one bye subse-
quently completed the requisite number, the match
being won by 9 wickets.
THE WESTERN ENTRANCE TO THE TOWN OF HAM-
ILTON.-We understand that it has been decided by
The Board of Works" not to open a new road at
the Western Entrance to Hamilton, but to widen
and straighten in some measure the old one, by
extending it over a portion of the land of W. S.
Barr, Esqr., south, and removing the two lodges
on the northern boundary of the old road, and so
continuing it to the full width to the westward of
the property recently purchased by Harley Trott,
Great commotion was caused the other day by a
tremendous explosion which was heard near the
Town of Hamilton. Some people thought it was
an earthquake and some that the Magazine at Fort
Hamilton had exploded; but it turned out to be
only one of those large CANNON CRACKERS H.
A. GRANTHAM has for sale at 46 and 47 Front St.,
PROSPECT GARRISON CROQUET CLUB.
TUESDAY, 23rd-Meet of the above this afternoon
at 4 p.m. Band of H. M.'s 46th Regiment will
play the following selection:-
Overture ............Tancredi .......... Rossini.
Valse .................A Toi .......... W aldeufel.
Serenade ........ Quand to chautes...... Gounod.
Lancers............. Varsity .......... D'Egville
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
There will be a Cricket Match on Wednesday (to-
morrow) the 24th October, on the Prospect Ground,
between the Garrisons of St. George and Prospect.
By kind permission of Lt. Col. Bennett and Officers
46th Regiment the Band of the Regt. will play the
following Programme in the afternoon:-
1. Msrch.... Charge of the Light Brigade.... CRowE.
2. Overture..........Liht Cavalry............SUPPE.
3. Valse.............Soldaten Lied'er...........GUNG'L.
4. Grand Caprice Militaire......VAN HERZEELE.
5. Lancers.............B.. alaklava.............GODFREY.
6. Galop.............. Queen Victoria............HECKER.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
Thursday next 25th October, will be the Anniversary
of the Battle of Balaklava, which took place on that
BERMUDA HUNT CLUB.
The following are the arrangements for the en-
Opening Meet and Finish.
8th Nov. J
13th Nov. }
:22nd Nov. }
27th Nov. J
} Mount Langton.
} Hon. Eugenius Hiar-
} Dr. T. A. Outerbridgc's6
At 3-30 P.M., precisely.
ED. STANLEY CREEK,
Bermuda Hunt Club.
INDIAN FAMINE RELIEF FUND.-On Sunday be-
fore last, October 14th, Sermons were preached and
collections made in almost all the Parish Churches
of these Islands and in Trinity Church, Hamilton,
in behalf of the Fund for the relief of the suffer-
ers by famine in South India.
The amount of the contributions on that day,
Seventy one pounds, was forwarded to England by
the Mail via New York on Wednesday last.
GOVERNMENT FRESH MEAT CONTRACT.-We un-
derstand that Messrs. Trott & Cox, were success-
ful in" their tender on Friday last for the supply for
three years, of the Fresh Meat to the Naval and
Military Forces in Bermuda.
The following, clipped from a New York Illus-
trated Paper dated in September, has been handed
to us :-
AN OCEAN TRAMP."-Mr. Clemens, better known
as Mark Twain," in a letter to the Hartford Cou-
rant, solves the mystery of the bark Jonas Smith,
reported spoken near Cape Fear, recently. He was
on a voyage from Bermuda, May 25, 1877, on the
steamship Bermuda. The bark Jonas Smith was
spoken with a signal of distress flying. She was
ten days out from Bermuda, having left there for
New York with five days' provisions for a crew of
about fifteen coloured men. A boat with three
men came to the steamer and got a supply of beef,
potatoes and sea biscuits. The facts about the
vessel's history and crew, as told by Mr. Clemens,
are as follows : One of the three men who. came to
us in the boat was the captain and owner of the
vessel. We questioned him freely, and all that he
said was confirmed afterwards by three of our pas-
sengers who knew all about the matter. The poor
old tub had been condemned officially in Bermuda,
and sold at auction, and, queerly enough, not as a
whole, but by piecemeal, as one may say. For in-
stance one man bought the topmasts and all the
sails, I think ; another bought an anchor ; another
such odds and ends as skylights and such things ;
and this colored man bought what was left, viz.,
the empty hulk and the stumps of the fore and main-
masts. He paid $210 for his bargain. Then he
bought three old rags, and made one do duty as a
spencer on the mainmast, another as a jib, and a
third as a sort of flying jib, or jib-staysail, which-
ever you may please to call it. These had become
rags indeed when we saw them, and practically ap-
propriate to the wandering, food-soliciting ocean
tramp, which the poor old outcast had been all
these months that have since dragged by. One of
our passengers said that the new owner of this sol-
emn property was offered a sufficiency of ballast for
his purposes for $25, but he was not able to afford
it, and so went to sea in all his perilous emptiness.
His idea was to take the craft to New York, and
sell her at a profit, either as a coaster or to be
[Having made enquiry of those likely to know
we have been informed that the Jonas Smith even-
tually reached New York where she was refitted,
and went to Boston where she took in a cargo for
Savannah. Her crew were all ,colored- men and
must have been ignorant of navigation as they could
not find their port of destination. She was fre-
quently spoken by different vessels, and they began
to think that she was a piratical craft. She was
ultimately towed into Doby, Georgia, by their
Steamer Dictator on 24th of last month and is now
under libel for salvage.]-Ed. B. R. G.
THE AMERICAN MAIL AND EXPORT JOURNAL, of
New York, is similar in style and inobject, to the.
"Export Mercantile Advertiser" of London, but
which it surpasses in type, in presswork, in rich
illustrations, and indeed in general information.
The Mail is quite a new monthly publication, the
latest Number now before us, the 5th, is dated Oc-
tober 1. The Mail is intended as a medium of
communication between American manufacturers
and exporters and foreign traders. It aims at be-
coming the Mail" between each country or city
in publishing the principal events occurring in each,
including items on products, mines, machinery,
wines, &c. It is published and posted to all parts
of the world at the low rate of ten shillings and
sixpence per annum.
Copies of the AMERICAN MAIL and the London
EXPORT MERCANTILE ADVERTISER can be seen at
our Stationery Store.
We are pleased to see that Professor Lazarus is still
here, but notice with regret that he has limited his
time of receiving visitors to 3 days of this week. It
Sis not often we get a skilled occulist amongst us,
Sand his invention, which we noticed in our last issue,
places him in the front rank of his profession. We
repeat, it will be well for those rewho are in any way
suffering from diseases of the nerves or loss of sight,
to call and see him.
POISONED CANNED FISH attributable to the large
quantity of lead incorporated with the fish in can-
ning. Corrected by placing the can in hot water
and heating through thoroughly, raising the tem-
perature to the boiling point.
A return match between the 46th (South Devonshire)
Regiment and 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers was played at
St. Georges with the following result:-
1st Innings. 2nd Innings.
Lt. Ashby, run out 4 b Carpenter 2
Lnc.-Corpl. Baldwin, h w, b Carpen-
ter 4 not out 19
Pvt. Jones, c Coomber, b Carpenter 12 b Purvis 22
Captain Allatt, run out 3 b Carpenter 3
Lt. Verschoyle, b Carpenter 0 c Maitland, b
Sergt. Murray, b Carpenter 4 c Gardner, b
Sergt. Cull, 1.b.w., b Carpenter 9 c. Lenehan, b
Pvt. Clarke, h w, b Coomber 3 run out 5
Pvt. Sullivan, c Todd, b Carpenter 8 b Carpenter 3
Lt. Young, c Lenehan, b Maitland 18 c Coomber, b
Sergt. Hart, not out 3 b Carpenter 11
Extras 16 9
Lt. Carpenter, c Murray, b Jones.
Sergt. Coomber, b Jones..
Capt. Gardner, thrown out by Young
Lt. Purvis, c Clarke, b Baldwin'
Sergt. Frankham, c Clarke, b Cull
Capt. Todd, b Jones
Lt. Maitland, b Jones
Pvt. Lenehan, b Clarke
Pvt. Dillon, b Jones
Capt. Dashwood, not out
Pvt. Connors, b Jones
S8 b Jones
2 b Jones
'3 not 'out
5 c Sullivan,
S b Jones
On the 16th instant the Royal Engineers and
87th R.1.F., played a match at St Georges, which
resulted in a victory for the R.E. Score as under :-
Lieut. Bor, c and b Coomber.................. 24
Sergt. Major Bailey, c Wilbraham, b Coomber.. 13
Corpl. Blancheflower, b Lenehan............... .5
Lieut. Wilkinson, b Carpenter................. 7
Captain Ferrier, b Lenehan...................... 3
Corpl. Adams, b Carpenter...... .............. 20
Sapper Willard, c Coomber, b Carpenter........ 0
Corpl. Risk, b Anderson.... ...... ....... ..... 11
Corpl. Bloom, b Anderson..................12
Corpl. McLeod, b Anderson................... 3
Captain Coddington, not out...: ................ 2
Sergt. Coomber, b Risk....................,, 2
Pvt. Rogers, b Bloom....... .. ....... .. ..... O
Captain Todd, b Risk......................... 18
Lieut. Carpenter, c Coddington, b Risk......... 4
Lieut. Purvis, b Risk.......................... 1
Lieut. Wilbraham, not out...............,. 14
Pvt. Dowling, b Bloom..................... .. 4
Sergt. Lenehan, b Bloom...... ... .... .. 4
Captain Dashwood, b Adams.................. 1
Corpl. Anderson, c Bailey, b Adams............ 6
Pvt. McDermot, b Adams0.................... 0
A JUDox DYING ON THE BENCH.-At about six
o'clock on Thursday evening, says the Atlanta
Constitution, while the Superior Court was in Ses.
sion in Knoxville, Crawford county, Judge Barnard
Hill, the presiding judge, died on the bench. A
criminal trial had just been concluded, and the
jury had returned a verdict of guilty. They neg-
lected to give the value of the goods stolen, and
Judge Hill told them that they had best retire and
supply this parf of the verdict. They went out and
soon afterward an Attorney looked up and saw
Judge Hill's head thrown back on his chair, a
deathly pallor overspreading his countenance.
Friends rushed to him, but, with an easy gasp, his
spirit passed away, and he sat dead on the bench.
JUDGE SANDS CONFESSING ANDMRESIGNING-Vance.
burg, Ky., Oct. 4.-Our Criminal Court was opened
by Judge Sands, but no business was transacted
because the Judge did not sustain his judicial and
personal dignity. There was much bad feeling
manifested at one-time toward this young and gift-
ed Judge, until he came into court and said: Gen.
tlemen and fellow-citizens, I appear before you to
say I am a victim to a vice which has disgraced me
before you and my country. As I entered this
court room I heard some one say: There goes
pretty timber to make a Criminal Judge of.'. I feel
that remark as steel through my heart, for it is just.
I am unworthy of the high honor and trust you
have conferred on one so young, and I-return to
you the office I have lost, being unworthy of it.
Pardon me, friends and countrymen, but you shall
bear this no longer. My judicial integrity, and
official acts are blameless. Thank GOD, I am no
longer Criminal Judge of Lewis county. May
-heaven keep me in my affliction."-Cincinnati Ga.
A RAPID JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLD.--Dr.
Hass, American Consul at Jerusalem, writes:-
"Not counting the time I lay over at different
points, as these breaks in the journey could all have
been avoided, I made the entire circuit of the globe
in exactly 68 days, and but for heavy weather on
the Pacific, would have made it in 62 days. The
journey from Alexandria, Egypt, -via Brindisi and
Paris to London, and thence to New York and
San Francisco, was accomplished in 20 days, and
we were just the same number of days going from
San Francisco to Yokohama, Japan. 'Crossing
over from here to Canton, in China, took six days.
A sail of ten days over the China Sea and through
the Straits of Mallacca, touching at several points
we have not time to notice, brought us to Ceylon,
of the southern coast ofHindoostad, and one of the
richest of the East India Islands. Thence we sailed
directly to Suez, in Egypt, which took 12 days, and
thence in a few hours, by rail, to Alexandria, our
starting point, making the entire distance of 25,000
-16,000 by water and 9,000 on land-in 68 days,
Without any accident or detention of any kind."
ARRIVALS AT NEW YORK AQUARIUM for week end.
ing Sept. 26.-FROM BERMUDA-One octopus, one
sand shark, eighteen angel fishes, two Spanish hog
fishes, three parat fishes, two unusually large por.
cupine fishes, twelve red squirrel fishes, six gray
snappers, one green maray or sea serpent, three
surgeon fishes, and about one hundred other smaller
ones. The octopus, sand shark, and two immense
cat fishes, over 200 lbs. weight, have since died.
John Gibson, a writer to the Signet, died at Edin-
burgh a couple of weeks ago at the age of eighty-
one. He was Sir Walter Scott's law agent, 'and
published a notable volume of "Reminiscences" of
his illustrious client.
Suleiman Pasha is a man of determination. He
told the surgeons of the English. ambulance corps
that had they not been able to take care of his
wounded he would,have been. compelled to shot.
all who were too severely injured to take care of
Two matches which have been recently played be-
tween the Smit4' Athletic Cricket Club" and the
"Bermuda Rowing and Cricket Club" resulting in a
victory for each, it was decided to play a third game to
determine who should be entitled to the palm, and the
two elevens met on the ground of the Smith's Club on
Friday last. The day was a charming one for crick-
eting purposes and a large number of spectators, be-
longing chiefly to the fair sex, testified to the local in-
terest felt in the result of the match. The A. C. C.
winning the toss elected to go in, but were quickly dis-
posed of, owing chiefly to the efficient bowling of W.
Masters, the total number scored being only 17. The
B. R. and C. C. succeeded in putting together a score
of 57 of which W. Masters contributed 17 and R. Gray
10. An adjournment was then made for lunch, and
soon after 2 o'clock the A. C. C. commenced their se-
cond innings, and managed to make a total of 43, thus
leaving the B. R. & C. C. only 4 runs behindliand
which they succeeded in obtaining for the loss of one
wicket. The match was played in a field belonging to
Mrs. Vickers. The pitch was fairly good, but the out
fielding was rendered very difficult by the hilly nature
of the ground and the numerous trees many of which
were not more than ten or fifteen yards from the wick-
ets and constantly stopped the ball. However we un-
derstand that the game was a very pleasant one, and
doubtless the two Clubs will be happy to meet each
other in friendly contest next season. The following
is the full score :-
A. C. C.
First Innings. Second Innings.
G. F. Peniston, b Masters 1 b Masters
Eug. Zuill, b Darrell 0 c B. Gray, b Masters
T. Davis, b Masters 1 c Gilbert, b Darrell
A. Outerbridge, c T. Hunt,
b Masters 1 b Darrell
W. Smith, b Masters 0 not out
C. Zuill, c Darrell, b Masters 0 c T. Hunt, b Darrell
H. Eve, b Masters 0 b Darrell
R. Smith, run out 2 c T. Hunt, b Darrell
J. Williams, b Masters 2 c Darrell, b Masters
E. Zuill, b Masters 4 b Darrell
T. Hollis, not out. 1 b Masters
Byes 4, No ball 1 5 Bs 6, Ws. 3, no bl. 1:
+ERMTUDA ROYAL GAZETT'r
_________________ -~ ---
SOUTH AFBIcA.-The Act for the union under one
Government of such of the South African Colonies
and States as may agree thereto, and for the Gov-
ernment of such union, which was "obstructed"
in the late Session, and led to a night and day
sitting of the House of Commons, contains 61 sec-
tions. The preamble recites that proposals have
been made for uniting tinder one Government,
under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, those Colonies and States of
South Africa which may voluntarily elect to enter
into such union. 'The general principles on which
the constitution -of the legislative authority and of
the Executive-Government in the Union are to be
established are declared, and the wishes and opin-
ions of the Colonies as to details are to be represent-
ed to Her Majesty through their respective Legisla-
tures. The various sections set forth the declara-
tion and nature of any union of two or more of the
Colonies with provisions for its completion, and
Her Majesty by an Order in Council is to declare
the day on which the union shall take effect. The
Union is to be divided into such provinces, with
sucl names and boundaries as the Queen may di-
recf. The Executive Government is to be vested in
Her Majesty, and to be exercised by the Governor-
General. There is to be a Privy Council of the
union. The "Union Parliament," will consist of
an Upper House to be styled 11 the Legislative
Council," and a House of Representatives to be
called "< the House of Assembly," and their respec-
tive powers, are set forth in the Act.
There was at Dieppe,'in France, at last accounts
an old three-masted vessel called the Petrus, built
800 years ago. The stern is elevated, and the bows
are rounder than those of the present day. She is
staunch, and still in service. She was built in
Norway, and has always been employed in the Bal-
tic and North Sea trades.
BIRTH, at St. Georges, Bermuda, on the 11th inst.,
'the WIFE of Arthur Kennedy Purvis, Esqr., 87 R. I.
'Fusiliers, of a DAUGA~TER.
SDIED, on the 16th of August, at 83 High Street,
Newport, England, of Consumption, JANE NICHOLLS,
fourth daughter of Mr. William Young, aged.17 years.
.......... 27th August, 1877, at the "Commercial
Hotel," Danish Island of St.. Thomas, of Consumption,
F tIDERiCK B. WELLS, Esqr., in the 61st year of his
age. His remains (at his request) were taken to Santa
Cruz and interred in a vault in the Cemetery at that
place. The deceased gentleman formerly held the
-position of iUnited States Consul at the port of St.
.George in these Islands, to which he was appointed in
.1845, and in that Office won the esteem of the inhab-
itants of Bermuda generally. His subsequent visits
to Bermuda for the benefit of his health, continued 6he
friendships then formed, and his death is deeply regret-
ted by his many friends, particularly in the Town of St.
. ........., in Pembroke Parish, yesterday, the 22nd in-
stant, after a lingering illness, Miss MARY E. PLACE,
in the 76th year of her age, eldest daughter of the late
John Place, Esqr.
go The Funeral of the deceased Lady will take
place from her late residence, this morning, at 10 o'clock.
BE RMU DA,
BY ORDER OF THE WORSHIPFUL
THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE E,
S1_-HISS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that T,:aR
MAJESTY'S next i ENERA L COURT OF
QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEAClE for
these Islands, will be holden
ONTHURSAY ) A V NEXT,
The 25th Instant,
AT THE COURT HOUSE, Hamilton,
At 10. o'clock in the forenoon.
W. J. HENEY,
,Clerk of the Peace.
I amilton, 22nd October, 1877.
This Represents the ELECTRO
OF LONDON, ENGLAND,
For the cure of Neuralgia and Nervous Dis-
eases of the Head. :
Persons SUFFERING from any Disease of
the Eyes will do well to take advantage of
my short stay in Bermuda.
I can be seen on Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, only of this Week, between the hours
of 9 amid 12 a.m., and 3 to 6 p.m., at the Mel-
bourne House, Hamilton.
I shall be at the St. George's Hotel" St.
George's on Monday next, only, between 10
a.m. and 4 p m.
October 23rd, 1877.
HAVE you seen those Large CANNON
CRACKERS HI. A. Grantham has for
'ale at 46 and 47 Front treee, Hamilton ?
THIS concentrated manure is prepared ex-
pressly for Potatoes, to be used in place
of Stable or Barnyard manure. The results
from ,the use -of this fertilizer by vegetable
growers in all parts of the United States dur-
ming the past season, have been much larger (in
some instances 300 bushels per acre) than from
Barn Yard Manure; and the Potatoes have
been larger in size, with fewer small Potatoes,
and of finer quality, containing more starch,
causingfthem to be white and mealy when cook-
ed. The fertilizer will be found to improve the,
land, leaving it in better condition after the'
crop. With any ordinary laid, large crops of po-
tatoes can be grown with this fertilizer without
the aid of any other manure, for the reason
that it contains all the ingredients necessary.
Apply 400 to 1600 lbs per acre, or a smaller
quantity, for proportionate results. Scatter,
in the rows and cover with earth.
"Fertilizer for Onions,
Tomatoes and Green Vegetables"
Is similar to, the foregoing, with such changes'
'in the proportions of materials used as were
made necessary for the proper adaptation to6
Apply in the 'same manner as with the Pota--
-toe Fertilizer. *o
Both kinds are packed in bags of 100 lbs.
each. Price 15/ per Bag Cash only.
For Sale only by
I. JENRY DARRELL, i
Octr. 16, 1877.-4 3p
' Selling Off.
Great Reduction in prices,
CL a I N OUT
At Slaughtering Rates
And must be Sold in all of this
Now on hand, including a well Assorted Con-
signment just Received,
Consisting in Part of:-
FANCY PRINTS, fast colors
White and Brown COTTONS
CHINTS SHEETINGS SHIRTINGS
DRILLS GINGHAMS PLAIDS
TICKINGS Canton FLANNELS WORSTS
Ladies, Misses, Gents and Boys Under GAR-
MENTS and BOOTS and SHOES
Felt HATS Traveling TRUNKS
SATCHELS Table COVERS MIRRORS
Window CURTAINS STATIONARY
CARPETS Floor CLOTHS and MATS
Express WAGGONS Sewing MACHINES
1 No. 8 STOVE
And a Variety of other Articles.
N. B.-The whole of the above will be closed
by the 31st instant Preparatory to other Ar-
23rd Instant, at 12 o'clock,
And continue from day to day until the
S.' W. Cor. Reid and Burnaby Streets.
Hamilton, Octr. 23rd, 1877.
We have been Instructed to Sell,
At Public Auction,
.T PITT B t, .
At 12 o'clock,
With MAST, BOOM and BOWSPRIT,
1 MAINSAIL 4 JIBS
I1 OAR 1 Boat HOOK
1 KEDGE and HAWSER
1 Sail COVER 1 Water BUCKET
1 Water KEG.
The Boat is Cedar-built, Copper-fastened,
and well put together; her timbers are all
sound. She measures 33 feet in length, 10 feet
10 inches in width, and 4 feet 6 ins. in depth,
which would make her about 121 tons. She is
hauled up in Pitt's Bay, where she may be in-
spected at any time by any one wishing to do so.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, Oct. 23rd, 1877. "
To be Sold
-lp )ubiuc 21autton,
ON THE PREMISES,
At Noon of
The Second day of November next,
Under and by virtue of a Decretal Order of the
Honorable the Court of General Assize of
Bermuda in Chancery.
All the Estate and Interest
of RICHARD FOWLE BURROWS,
Esqr., deceased, at the time of his
death, in and to all that certain DWELLING
HOUSE with the TRACT OF LAND whereon
it stands, situate hear Somerset Bridge in
Sandys Parish in the Islands of Bermuda; and
which Tract of Land contains by estimation
Seven Acres or thereabouts (be the same more
or less) and is bounded Northerly by Lands
formerly held by Elizabeth Tucker and Ann
Elson, now in the occupation of Stephen
Alexander Norton; Easterly by Lands of Dan-
iel Virgin and Lands of Camilla Nash; Souther-
ly'by Lands now or lately of Mrs. Harriet Hall
and Mrs. Mary Rebecca Ewen, and Westerly by
Lands of Miss Elizabeth Morgan and by other
Lands held in his lifetime by the said Richard
The above-Dwelling House is in good condi-
tion, situated on a healthy eminence, com-
manding an extensive and interesting view df
the Ocean, Great Sound and surrounding
Country; while the Land is productive and
capable of being made highly ornamental.
JNO F. BURROWS,
October 23, 1877.
.3 Few Bags for Sale,
At 20/ per 100 Lbs. Cash oily.
October 16th, 1877.-4 3p.
R I V
8 ^ ..I..
North of Trinity Church,
TO B E QOLD,
By Public Auction
UPON THE PREMISES,
Occupied by Mrs. Dunkley, in the Town of
At 11 o'clock,
The 7th day of Novr. now next ensuing,
Under and by Virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued from the Court of General Assize at
Suit of HENRY DUNKLEY, Vs. JAMES
The Whole of the
Of the said JAMES DUNKLEY,
Rocking, Easy and other CHAIRS
Portable ORGAN, by Mason and Hamlin
MIRROR BOOKS and Book RACK
Work and Toilet TABLES SIDEBOARD
SAFE DECANTERS TUMBLERS
Wine and other GLASSES
Together with a Variety of other Articles
of Household Furniture which will appear on
the day of Sale.
Saddlery Es' ablshl eeni,
Of Mr. Dunkley, a great Variety of Articles
of the said JAMES DUNKLEY both Valiuable
and Necessary to such an Establishment.
The SHOWCASES COUNTERS
Work BENCHES TOOLS, &c., &c.
With an Assortment of OILS and Superior
-Carriage VARNISHES, &c., &c.
Pro. Mar. Genl.
22nd October, 1877.
At Lowest Market Rates,
| 1E4 F Barrels and half Barrels
BRAN, 5 Bushel Bags
BRICKS, American Red
CH ARCO.\1,, in Sacks And .arrels
C(EMt KNT, Barrels of Portland and IRosendale
FLOUR, Blest Superfine .
LUMBE,1', White Pine and Pitch Iino of all
i i SEAL, Barrels K. 1).
NA:ILS, 3dy. 4dy. and 5dv.
ONION Box Material,
SUGlAN, Barbados, Muscovado, Molasses, V.P.
SIlINGL,"S, White Cedar" and Cypress"
TOMATO Box Material,
Expected to Arrive about 10th
200 Barrels Pure
Prepared Expressly for Bermuda.
Ex Brigt Rover,'
from Barbados and I)emerara,
SUGAR White Vacuumspan C l
Yellow ditto (Very Ch'ice.
Which will be dold on very .Reasonable Terms
on the Wharf. ..
S. S. INGHAM & CO.
Hamilton, 23rd Oct., 1877.-3
CAALL at. 46 and 4. Front Street, Hiamilton,
for your FIREWORKS; the BEST and
the CHEAPEST are sold'there.
"Gar el Ref
a OtatO .+
We expect to receive our usual
supply of the above carefully selected for Seed.
S. S. INGHAM & CO.
October 02, 1877.
The Property of an Officer about
to. leave the Islands
j Chestnut Gelding
D) A N D Y
Fast in Saddle and harness,
\Winner of Military Hunt Cup Bermuda Ilunt
P' icc Moderate.,
Apply to MIEs SS SERGEANT, 46fri Regiecriit,
October 23rd, 1877.
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, 22ND OCTOBER, 1877.
.TENDERS will be received at the
above Office until 12 o'clock, noon, of
The 27th Instant,
From persons willing to LET or SELL to the
A SMALL BARGE.
The Barge if taken on hire will be required
1st November to 31st December,
Tenders to specify the dimensions of the
Barge offered, the rate for which it would be
i.hired for the above period, and the amount for
which it would be sold.
Forms of Tenders which can be obtained at
the Commissariat Offices, Hamilton, and St.
Georges, should be addressed to the DISTRICT
COMMISSARY GENERAL, Hamilton, and marked
outside Tender for Barge."
H. J. WILKINSON,
A. c. 6.,
1 District Commissary General.
Colonist copy once.
A T a General Meeting held in the Town
Hall, Hamilton, on Friday, 19th October,
11877, the Honble. E. HARVEY in the Chair, it
was decided :-
1.-That the BERMUDA HUNT CLUB be con-
tinued for the season 1877-8.
2.--That in accordance with the wishes of
Landowners and occupiers generally, and
with the view of limiting probable damage
as far as possible, Members of the Hunt Club
only shall be considered entitled to ride with
the Hunt, and Uermission to cross any land
will refer to them only.
3.-That persons desirous of becoming Mem-
bers of the Hunt Club should intimate their
wish personally or by letter to the Honorary
Secretary who will bring the case before the
4.-That to become a Member it shall be ne-
cessary for a majority of the Committee to
vote for the admission of the applicant.
5.-That the subscription for the season be 2/6.
6.-That the following Gentlemen be reques-
tI ed to act on the Committee :-
The I-Ion. Eug. Harvey, Capt. Leveson Somerset.
Capt. Grant, 46th Regt., An Officer 87th R.I.F. [n.N,
Dr. Park Tucker, Dr. T. A. Outerbridge,
Major Wilkinson, D.C.G., Capt. Ferrier, R.E.,
"Reginald Gray. Esqr., F. W. Radcliffe, Esq., R.A.
F. Carpenter, Esq., A.D.C., Capt. E. Stanley Creek,
7.-That Five be a quorum for business, but
that for the election of Members all votes
possible are to be taken.
8.-That Captain STANLEY CREEK be reques-
ted to act as Master of the Hunt.
9.-That the Committee be empowered to in-
vite temporary residents in Bermuda to be
Honorary Members of the Hunt.
10.-That any member of the Hunt shall have
the privilege of inviting a friend or friends
to accompany him to any Meet of the Hunt.
11.-That any Member or his invited Guests
doing damage wilfully or through careless-
ness, be required to pay for the same.
ED. STANLEY CREEK,
Major of Brigade,
Hamilton, 20th October, 1877.
Notice to Farmers
Expect to Receive Shortly
T'h ee Jedegm. egt Si@ sed
Which will be Offered Low from the Wharf,
Per Brgte. D. W, Henessy,
From Ch. Town, P. E. Island,
LS. Garnet Seed POTATOES
BIs. Minnesota Seed POTATOES
BArrels Jackson Eating POTATOES
Barrels TURgNIPS Bs. OATMEAL
Bags heavy Black OATS
Bags Seed BAItLEY SAUSAGES
TONGUES and SOUNDS
Half Barrels No. I and 2 MACKEREL,
COAL IIAY GEESE, I,-HORSES
I From Bangor, Maine,.
A Choice Cargo of Onion and
Tomato Box Material,
LongL \TEIS, 57 Inches
The above Cargo is cut from first Timber
selected, thoroughly seasoned and hence the
Material well retain its brightness.
Per Schooner Meteor,
Bags Peruvian GUANO.
And from New York during the Season, our
usual Supply of
Garnet Seed POTATOES
A 1, Stock, packed with Special care.
A Limited quantity of Eureka
This Fertilizer has gained a reputation beyond
any now '-: ..by our Farmers.
J. T.. DARRELL & CO.
Oct. 9th, !877.-3 3p
Issue of M marriage Licenses.
Secretary's Qffice, Bermuda,
22ND OCTOBER,- 1877.
W IIEREAS much inconvenience and many
abuses have arisen from the indiscrim-
inate manner in which Marriage Licenses have
heretofore been issued to applicants without
sufficient evidence that there existed no legiti-
mate impediment to the intended Marriages,
or that the Ministers or persons to whom the
Licenses were addressed were authorized in
Law, and, if so authorized, were willing, to
solemnize such Marriages: Now THIS IS TO
GIVE NOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
that, by Command of HIS EXCELLENCY THE
GOVERNOR and Commander-in-Chief and Or-
dinary of these Islands, the following Regu-
lations will in future be observed in this Office
with respect to the issue of Marriage Licenses.
No Marriage License will henceforth be
addressed to any Minister of the Christian
Religion, or other person, authorized by tAhe
Act passed in the year 1847 entitled "An Act
" to provide for the Solemnization and Regis-
" try of certain Marriages" 'or the Act to
amend the said Act passed in the year 1873, to
Solemnize Matrimony in these Islands, before
such Minister or other person shall have pro-
duced to the Colonial Secretary,' to be laid
before the Governor in Council, documentary
proofs that such Minister, or other:person, is
a person authorized, under the said Acts,: or
one of them, to Solemnize Matrimohy under
License, and the Governor in Council shall
have granted a Certificate to that effect, and
such Certificate shall have been filed in 'the
Every applicant for a License will be re-
quired to produce to the Colonial Secr6tary,
in addition to any proofs now required by law,
(1). A Certificate from the Clergyman,
Minister, or person, to whom the License is
to be addressed, or from a Justice of the
Peace, or from two householders of known
character and probity, that the person or
persons giving such Certificate is or are
personally acquainted with the applicant,
and is or are aware of the intended marriage,
(specifying the names of the parties intend-
ed to be married), and that to the best of
the knowledge and belief of the person or
persons giving such Certificate there exists
no lawful impedimefit to such marriage.
(2). The consent in writing of, and
signed by, the person or persons whose con-
sent is, by the seventh section of the said
Act of 1847, required to be first obtained,
in every case -in which either of the parties
to the intended marriage, not being a widow
or widower, shall be under the age of twen-
(3). In every case in which the intended
mLarmiag.c is not intended to be solemnized
by the Rector of the Parish in which the
same is to be solemnized, or the duly ap-
pointed Officiating Minister of such Parish,
satisfactory proof that the Clergyman, Min-
ister, or other person, to whonmthe License
is to be addressed, is willing to solemnize
the intended marriage.
By His Excellency's Command,
R E. WEBSTER,
I Colonial Secretary.
',jIE Und, resigned begs to inform the Ithp-
hitants of HamI ilton and the Public Gen-
orally, that he has taken the Stables" opposite
the Star and Garter" Tavern, late Metropoli-
tu Hotel, for the purpose of
Will Commence Business on 1st Novemb'er
N. W. CASTNER.
Queen Street, Iamilton,
Oct. 23rd, 1877.-2 j .. .::
In Smith's Parish For Sale.
T ENDERS will be received by
the Subscribdr for the purchase of the Es-
tate known as "THE T Im R MITAGE" in
Smith's P'arish, comprising the
S, Dwelling House
And about 16 acres of Land,
Capable of producing large crops.
J. MATTHEW JONES,
:' Halifax" N.S
1st Oct(ber, 1877.-3 3p
(Jud haied Laie;As.
Hlannah H Astwood, Ths Adams (Carpenter),
Richard Bennett, Henrietta Byndlass, Robt. Bradly,
Chas H Bancroft, Thaddous Casey, Mary A Cloyne,
Douglas Coy, B Carlson, Anlino Jose Carcido, Mrs
Constable, Henry Dillers, Benjamin Dickinson, W
Masters Eve, J Friswell, Elizabeth Gento, Mrs Jane
Graham, Elizabeth G Jackson, Miss E.J Jennings,
O Jensen, Frances Jones (North Side), Aitonio
Jose das Juros, James Lynch, Silveira de Mathos,
Si4veria CoadreO Mencebo, Luis Jose de Aledeiros,
Rose MAurray, G Oakley, E L Paterson, Manuol F.
Perry, Thyrzi Robinson, Fred II Robinsou, G Sims,
Mary Jane Stovell, Robert Simmons (Pilot.), Olivia
Smith, James Sing!oton, G Tap'ey Smith, -Thos.
Tucker (colored), Horatio Talbot, Thomas, Pereira
da Tuzi, Miss C H Tucker, Miquel Vieira, Louisa
Williams, George 0 White, Mrs George Wilon,
Mrs James Wilson, George Whitfield.
Post Office, Hamilton, Oct. 22, 1877.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE PO;r OF.'
FJCE, ST. GEORGE, Octr. 22, 1877.
Elziz Albuoy, George A Fox, Jos p:i Pascho
-Thomna. Kally, Eliza MeKinins, R A Magi air
Rebecca Outerbridge, Capt'Stubbs, Thomas Trott, E
Samuel Tucker, Matheus dis Urz"s.
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZET1TT
BER U31UD)A. ed in the low ground at the foot of the glacis, rush-'
___ ing onward as though the bullets were of paper
Proceedings of the Legislative pallets, but, alas! sadly diminished in number.
oucil. Would it be possible for them to reach the parapet?
Council. Was it possible for flesh and blood to break that
Tuesday, 16th October, 1877.-Pursuant to ad- circle of fire ? To me it seemed utterly out of the
journment the House met. question. Did but one bullet in ten find its billet,
Present,- not one of these gallant fellows would return [
The Honorable Augustus J. Mussonthrough that corn field. While waiting to see
The Honorable Augustus TriMuonam, them emerge from this little hollow my excitement
Jamesna H.IHarvey, was so great, my hand trembled so that I could not
Joseph ar sterColonial hold the field glass to my eyes, and for the moment
Randa Eden Webster, Coonia was obliged to trust my naked vision. They were
secretary. I evidently very near the redoubt. A rush might do P
The Senior Member present took the Chair. it. Victory was almost within their grasp, but
Adjourned to Friday next, 19th instant, at 11-80. they required a fresh accession of strength; a rush S
of new men from behind: another wave coming (
forward with new impetus to carry the first up over
BATTLE SCENES. the glacis; a second wave, and perhaps a third, R
each bringing new impulsion, new strength. I
A STORM OF WAR. looked for this wave of reserves. I looked to see if
The special correspondent of the Daily News," reinforcements were coming up-if the general was
writing on Wednesday (12th Septr.) from the left doing anything to help the gallant fellows strug-.
wing of the Russian Army, on the Loftscha road, gling there against that circle of fire. I looked in
says: i vain. My heart sank within me, for I saw that all
I was with General Zotoff when the battle of this bravery, all this loss of life, would be useless. (
Tuesday began. It was eleven o'clock. The Gen- While these poor fellows were madly fighting their
eral and his staff were on the ridge behind Radiso- lives away by hundreds in a desperate struggle, I
yo. They had just lunched. A moderate artillery when the victory was trembling in the balance, not
fire was going on, and the General had informed a man was sent to help them. They were left to die
me that the attack would begin between two and overwhelmed, broken, vanquished; it was sublime
three o'clock, when suddenly a lively fire was beard and was pitiful. I see a few of them struggle up
on the skirmish line away to the left in the direc- the glacis one by one. They drop. They are not F
tion of the Loftscba road, followed by a heavy fuso- followed, and here they come again, a confused
lade, which soon swept the road to the foot of the mass of human beings rushing madly back across
Radisovo ridge, and streamed up its crest arid that corn field, less than half of those who went for- I
nearly to Radisovo itself. ward. When this disorderly remnant was seen fly- t
Everybody was surprised. General Zotoff looked ing back, broken, destroyed, two more battalions
at his watch and said "it's not yet time. What were sent to pick them up and carry them back to
can it be?" Mounting my horse I rode down the the assault.
ridge behind Radisovo, where the fire seemed rag- Two more battalions! They might as well have
ing hottest, to try and make out what was going on. sent a corporal and two more men. Two more
For some time it was impossible to ascertain whe- Begiments were what was required, and they should I
their the Turks or Russians were attacking. The have been sent at the moment when that mass of
fog and smoke were so thick that nothing could be men rose up in the corn field, and vent on with a
seen. It was only by the fusilade that the progress cheer. The new troops would have reached the
of the fight could be judged. For nearly an hour glacis just as the assault began to waver, would
General Zotoff did not learn what it was or how it have carried the hesitating mass onward, and all
bad begun. As the time fo the Russian attack would have gone into the into the redoubt together. In-
had been fixed for between two and three o'clock, stead of this General Kriloff sent two battalions,
It was soon evident that it must be a Turkish at- and when it was too late. The poor fellows went
tack, and, as I afterwards ascertained, it began in over the hill, singinging gaily, and disappeared in the
this wise: fog and smoke. I could have cried for pity, for I
Skobeleff and Meritinsky, in order to begin the knew that most of them went uselessly to simple
attack on their side upon the redoubt, had to ad. slaughter. It was impossible for these fresh batta-
vance their troops on to the hill immediately front- lions to renew the assault with the slightest chance
Ing the redoubts In the bend of the Sofia road. It of success. These two battalions, like the rest,
was from this hill that the attack had been made were doomed to almost certain destruction.
upon Skobeleff four days before, and the bill had The fog again settled down over the redoubt, hid-
since been advanced by the Turks except a few ing Turks and Russians alike.' 1 could tell by that
skirmishers. aed by terrible rifle that they were going ait again, and I
Skobeleff advanced at eleven o'clock to take pos- turned away. Soon the cessation of the firing told
session of this hill. The Turks immediately opened that it was over, but the second attack was more o
fire upon him. This was the beginning of it. I easily repulsed than the first, and I perceived like-
have not yet been able to learn whether the Turks wise that the whole Russian attack made from the
meant a general attack upon the whole Russian line,. Radisovo ridge by Krudener and Kriloff was re-
orwhetheritwasasuddenmovementcausedbySko- pulsed all along the line. It was inevitable; I
beleffs advance. At any rate, the Turkish advance foresaw it from the first. The mistake was made
spread from the Loftscha road over Plevra, and up and repeated continually by the Russians of send-
the Radisovo ridge, a position which has already ing too few men against such positions, according
been described. In the middle of this ridge is a to old rules made before breech-loading days.
low bill or hump. From this point down to the I
end of the ridge, which is scarcely a mile from LITIGATION OVER A BANKRUPT ESTATE.
Plevna,o the Russians had planted 28 guns, the I --
greater part of which were not more than1,000 or BATIMORE, Md., Oct. 9.W.9.-W. H. Perot, Trustee
1,200 yards from the Turkish redoubts and trenches of the late firm of Woods, Weeks & Co., sugar
and were a continual threat and danger to the refiners, has filed a bill of injunction in the Circuit
Turks. It seems that they had suddenly decided to Court for Baltimore City, restraining Robert Gar-
try and carry the Radisovodridge, and theattack here rett & Co. from negotiating $106,000 of the paper
was directed principally opposite one of their own of Messrs. Woods, Weeks & Co.. which was depo-
redoubts. It was impossible, owing to the fog and sited by them with Robert Garrett & Co. to secure
smoke, to see the position of the combatants on ia loan of $50,000. Messrs. Robert Garrett & Co.
either side.The Turks made three attacks upon claim the right in the settlement of the estate of
Skobeleff which were successfully repulsed, and two i Messrs. Woods, Weeks & Co. of a dividend on the
on the Radisovo ridge. whole amount of the notes, $106,000, or a right to
The three fights with Skobeleff were short, quick r sell the same. Mr. Perot contests this right, and
and sharp, either lasting more than five or ten prays for the above injunction.
minutes. This was owing to Skobeleff's manner of s
defence. He ordered his troops to reserve their T HE INDIAN BRAVES AT CeNTRAL, PAX.-Spotted
fire until the Turks came within a hundred yards, Tal, Red Cloud, Little Big Man, Man Afraid of
then to openly upon them a sudden and terrible Horses, Touch the Clouds, an the rest of the
fusilade against whih no troops Iould stand. This His Horbes, Touch the Clouds, and the rest of the
fusilade against wich no troops could stand. This twenty-three chiefs who have been on a visit to the
drove them back almost immediately. Three times Great Father at Washington, were conducted last
they came tthey came to the charge, and three times were they Thursday through Central Park, New York. They
repulsed in the same sudden and furious manner, were stolidly indifferent to the various works of art
A Fight in the Foy.-I took my stand on the old there displayed, but when they came to the mena-
position near the Loftscha road, between Krudener's gee their admiration knew no bounds, Little Big
left and Skobeieff's right, from which point I had Man remarking that there were more animals than
as good a view as could be obtained for the fog and he had names for. They were particularly pleased
smoke at the bottom of the Radisovo ridge. Imr, with the brilliant hues of the tropical birds, the
mediately to the right of Plevna, where Kriloff com. elephants and the lions. But the greatest
anded, and round the redoubts in h the bend of the source of amusement was found in the antics of the
Sofia road, where Skobeleff was attacking, the fog monkeys. The chiefs laughed heartily, and Lieut.
was so thick that the greater part of the time I Clark explained that part of their enjoyment arose
could only follow the attack by the sound and the from their pointing out to each other the resem-
smioke. What I now relate I saw with my own balance they found in the monkey's faces to those of
eyes. and part I have learned from Skobeleff himself various friends on the reservation.--Forest and
and the officers who took part in the combat. Stream, October 11.
A little to my right, where General Kriloff at.
tacked the redoubts down near Plevna, invisible A STRANOE AecIDENT.-On October 4 an accident
from the point where my colleague took his stand, happened Mr. Edelbert Finney that doesn't often
the fire had been raging with fury for nearly two occur. He, with Mr. Ansel Bartlett, of Wellings-
hours, a steady, continuous roll and crash, interfil- ley, Mass., were off Manomet, cooting, each having
led the air with the uproar of the bullets and shells, a boat. While waiting for their game, they saw a
During all this time there was little to be seen a- fine buck whale playing seaward of them, which fi-
long the crest of the Radisovo ridge, with figures nally struck Mr. Finney's dory just forward of
flitting round them, dimly seen through the smoke, amidships, throwing it into the air. When it
strangely magnified by the intervention of the fog, struck the water, bottom up, Mr. Finney found
,miI the unnners aSDeared like giants, and the himself sprawling on the whale's back, gun in hand,
guns themselves, magnified and distorted by the where he rode about a minute, when the cetacean
same medium, appeared like huge uncouth mon- made a dive, drawing Mr. F. down with him. On
sters from whose throats at every instant leaped rising he was rescued, after some difficulty, by Mr.
for th globes of flame. There were moments when Bartlett and a Mr. Holmes, who was an eye-witness
these flashes seemed to light up everything around of the whole scene. Having Mr. F. sale, they put
them. Then the guns and gunners appeared for an for the shore, fearing his whaleship might take a
instant with fearful distinctness, red and lurid, as notion to repeat his joke on them.-Forest and
though tinged with blood. Then they sank back Stream.
again in shadowy indistinctness. The uproar of the., ,-,
battle rose and swelled until it became fearful to ATHLETIC S AT MONTREAL, Octr. 6.-The athletic
bear-like the continuous roar of an angry sea games held here were participated in by local ath-
beating against a rock bound coast, combined with letes and several visitors from abroad.
that of a thunderstorm, with the strange unearthly The running high jump was won by B. Summer.
sounds heard on board a ship when laboring in a hays, who jumped 5 feet 1 Inch to E. H. Browne's
gale, 4 feet 9 ins.. In the 100 yards handicap heat race
This terrible storm of battle continued without the entries were : J. J. Shea, Burlington, N. J., 10
ceasing for nearly two hours. The Russian guns feet; W. Hilton, St. Albans, Vt., 10 feet; W. C.
were pouring their fire into the redoubt and the Cousins, 21 feet, E. H. Brown, 26 feet; Mclver,
Russian infantry into the trenches, while the at- scratch; Wilson, 17 feet; McKenzie, 24 feet; Quin.
tacking columns were attacking cautiously, under lan, Charlottetown, 10 feet; Stewart, 17 feet; Leon-
cover of the smoke and fog, and standing corn, to ard 80 feet. In the first heat Hilton, Shea, Cou.
geta position as near as possible before making the sins and Brown started, Hilton winning with Cou-
final rush. At about five o'clock the smoke lifted sins second,
again, carried away by a gust of wind. At Plevna, A Bio DEVIL.-FIs.-New York has just receiv-
a mass of Russian soldiers rise up in a field of In- ed a huge devil-fish or cuttle-fish, recently captured
dian corn, and push forward with a shout. The on the coast of Newfoundland. This is the largest
Turkish fire just then seemed to have been domin- specimen ever captured ; the total length from the
ated, nearly silenced by the terrible storm of shot termination of the outstretched arm to the tip of
and shell poured in.by the Russians. The moment the tail is more than forty-feet.
seemed favorable for the assault. Either the Turks The discovery cf an immense cave in Josephine
weie abandoning these redoubts or they were lying county, Oregon, is announced. The exploration is
behind the parapet awaiting the attack. What by no means complete, yet over five miles ofgaller-
was it? we asked. The question was soon an- ies have been seen.
swered. The Russian shout had scarcely died a.
way, when there flashed along the parapet of the ..r Sale.
redoubt a stream of tire that swayed backwards OF Sale.
like a current of electricity, while the smoke rose
over the redoubt in one heavy white mass.. One -
continuous rash filled the air with bullets, from A PATENT IRON MANGLE,
which to the spectator looking on it did not seem Made to order in New York.
possible for even a rabbit to escape. York
Into this storm of bullets plunged the Russians To be Sold a Bargain.
with a shout as though of joy, aid then disappear-
ed into a little hollow, and for the moment were Apply at the Office of the 1 oyal Gazette."
lost to view. 'Then they emerged again, disappear. lamiltou, Sept. 25th, 1877.
W. 0. F. BASCOME,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
Has Received a supply of
FOR THE TEETH
Put up by the well known Dentists Messrs. GA-
BRIEL, Ludgate Hill, London.
SEDADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORA LITE TOOTH PASTE, for Cleansing
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth a
WtHITE GUTTA PERCHA ENAMEL, for
Stopping decayed Teeth
)STEO-ENAM EL STOPPING, warranted to
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
)DONTALGIQUE ELIXIR, celebrated
lamilton, March 26th, 1877.
-- --- .
T H E Undersigned having re-
ceived a Patent CtilMNEY SWEEP-
NG MACIIINE from New York, is prepared
At Moderate Rates in any part of the Island.
lamilton, April 2nd, 1877.
Notice of Removal.
M1B. ALFRED JORDAN
Has Removed to St. Georges,
And may be consulted there in Kent St.,
daily, between 9 a.m. and 5 o'clock.
October 10, 1876.
oERRMUIA SOAP.-Ask your Grocer for
hr" Conyers's Laundry SOAP'"-Use no
^ Milch O W,
Quiet and kind in every respect. Calf just off.
Sold for no fault whatever.
Further particulars apply at the Store of W.
BLUCK, ESQR., to
J. H. MASTERS.
Hamilton, June 1i, 1877.
That desirable and well known
(Lately in the occupation of Hon. Thomas Lett
Wood), situated near Paget Church and on the
The House is now being put in thorough re-
pair, and will be let with or without Farming
Terms made known on application to the
S. S. INGHAM.
Hlamilton, 18th Sept., 1877.
.A. THE HOUSE,
(Either furnished or not) and Property known
as" ROSE COTTAGE" or "GOVEiR-
NOR'S COTTAGE," St. Georges.
The House is in good repair, and comprises
Drawing-room, Diningmroom, 4 Bed-rooms, "2
Dressing-roomns, a Nursery, Kitchen, Larder
and Servants' Hall.
There ,are between I and 2 Acres of LANI),
a well stocked GARDEN, STABLE, COACH
REGINALD GRAY, Esqn.,
Or MAJOR TRENCII,
August 13th, 1877.
In the Town of Hamilton,
L A Furnished Two Story
Dwelling HnO USE.
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Ilamilton, Sept. 25th 1877.
Protection again fisl FIR L,
4'r' TIlE MOST MODERATE RATES
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPA NV
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on IEAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No F1EES and no CHARGE lor Policies.
N. A. BUTTERFIELD,
Hamilton, September 9th, 1865.
Wanted Immediately a good
Apply at No. 1, PRINCE ALFRED TERRACE,
August 27, 1877.
* FOR LIPERPOOL,
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
Carrying the United States Mail
from New York
ON TUESDAY. I
MONTANA sails Octr. 23, at 6 a.m.
NEVADA sails Octr. 30, at noon.
IDAHO sails Novr. 6, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Novr. 13, at 11-30 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Novr. 20, at 3 p.m.
( The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light I
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.t
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Sept. 27th, 1877.
W. 0. F. BASCOME, M.D.,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
o T. Conyers and Bros., Soap
Factory, Pitts Hay Road.-Call and
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Silver Medal at the Exhibition of Paris, 1872,
Gold Medal at the Exhibition of Lyons, 1872,
SDiploma of honor at the Maritime Exhibition, Pa-
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To retain the whole of the properties of Mustard
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quantity of the remedy, are the problems which M.
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(Signed) A. BOUCHARDAT,
Annuairethdrapentique ann6e 1868, p. 204.
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