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

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THE


BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.


No. 8-Vol. IZ. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUES. 24s. per Ann


Hamittlon. Bermuda, Tuesday, February 25, IS 79


it 113 it i'MUD A. For the Bermuda Royal Gazette. a
---- M. Eron,-It is with the utmost pain and ce.
Proceedings of the Honorable Leg- I grief that I have beheld the undignified spectacle
lIative Council. j presented in your paper of the young ladies of Ber-
muda wrangling over the merits and demerits of a F 0 S &. L E.
Tuesday, 18th February, 1879.-Pursuant to ad- person signing himself Tally Ho.
journment the House met. Belonging to the more sensible part of the com. -A OTT 2 5CO Z'TT I
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice, munity and by circumstances no less than inclina-
President, tion far removed from the little circle in which a F o B A/RE
The Honorable Augustus J. Musson, person of Mr. Tally Ho's type would generally L LJL
S Wmin. rI. Gosling, move, I might perhaps have held my peace, had not The Property of the WAR DEPARTMENT.
James H. Trimingham, compassion for my poor unwary young sisters and The above will be disposed of in lots of 100
S Eugeniu Harvey an earnest desire to save them from the wiles of a ehe above will be disposed of in lots of 100
... Joseph H. Harvey, crafty man, induced me to raise a warning voice. each. Tenders for which, and all information
James Tucker, Rear. Genl., I have not the slightest idea who the person in can be obtained, on application at the CoMMIs-
S G. S. Tucker. question may be-if the unfortunate man really has SARIAT OFFICE, between the hours of 10 a. m.
Randel E. Webster, Colonial a wife as he asserts, he must by his own account be and 2 p.m., daily.
Secretary. a monster of deceit and cruelty, for he seems al- JO HN H A ND ALL,
Ordered, that the minutes of the last day of ways to leave the poor thing at home, no doubt, 1m\r,
meeting be amended as follows, after the word or. occupied in darning his stockings, &c., &c., without Commissary,
dered" insert "that the 8th, 18th, 19th and 20tb which Mr. Tally Ho could not certainly hunt,- District Coy. G187l.
amendments be not insisted on, and that the and he repays her devotion by flirting and dancing Feby. 10th, 1879.
amendment to the 23rd clause made by the House with, and even making love to all the silly young -
of Assembly be agreed to, and." *Ais he can induce to listen to him. His impu-
Sence too, as well as his conceit must be something monev to L oan
The Bill entitled "An Act for the Regulation of approaching the sublime as he seems at last to have i
the Post Office," was returned from the House of forced his way into society considerably above his ON R !'.,\ l, SI,(;U IITY
Assembly with the following Message :- proper sphere, and has had the audacity to declare Alply to
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Legislative Coun' that the Bermudian young ladies delight in him, t
cil; jand that he could have the pick of them were he [. C. JA CKSON,
We are directed by the House of Assembly to only a free man. corner r (o i cil & Parli.i ncut ts.,
return to your Honorable House the Bill entitled ow, Sir, I beg to inform Mr. Tally Ho, in the 1'ehv. 17, 179. I liaiilt.n.
"An Act for the Regulation of the Post Office," and name of all, except the giddiest and most inexperi-
to acquaint your Honorable House that the amend- enced of our sex, that there can be only one feeling The Ministerial journals intimate that the gov.
ment proposed by the Assembly and concurred in towards him, on the part of every woman who res- emnment will not attempt the Irish Uniaisity bill.
by your Honorable House has been added to the pects herself-that of dignified displeasure at the The programme will be confined to masters of in-
twenty-third clause thereof. impertinence of a man in his position presuming to lernal interest. Its principal points will bo the
Sessions' House, 17th February, 1879. write of ladies in the familiar style he adopts. .criminal code and reforms in local government.
The Bill was then read the third time and passed. Judging from the tone of the better signed Fe- --
Tmale Admirers, I presume it was written by somV,-
The following Message was brought up fr6n the one in Mr. Tally He's own sphere, and therefore
House of Assembly:- any criticism of mine would be thrown away upon J It a C
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Legislative Coun. it, but as for Alice and Georgina, who are appa-
cil; rently ladies, I think they meant well when they 'll1 UN DIESIGNI 1 having returned from I
We are directed by the House of Assembly to wrote their letters, but it was unwise to bandy New York most respectfully informs the 1
inform your Honorable House that there is no fur. wordswith such a person-and if they will be ad- Public in general of liermuda, that he has re- 1
their business before the Assembly to engage its at- vised by me they will in future treat him with the opened his (
tention. contemptuous silence he deserves, and the public
1 S2ue, l7th Feby., 1879. will be spared those unedifying letters, which how- .Isa'nL gl l y
hRe e ying'dings the ever they may gratify the vanity of Mr. Tally Ho, ph, 7aliery,
sm of 6155 for reporting and pub hingTe l)e. an only wound the susceptibilities of the more re- Corner Church and llurnaby sts., Ilamilton,
bates in the House of Assembly, was read the 2nd fned portion of your readers, among whom I hope Amd is prepared to execute in all its branches
time. may venture to claim a MINERVA ad in first cla-s style; Porcelain Work, Photo-
The House went into Committee thereon. February 14th, 1879. INERVA. graph and Ferrotype Views. Old Pictures copied
The Hon. J. H. Trimlngham in the Chair. y and enlarged and finished if required in Indian
The Committee rose. LInk.I
The House resumed. J JVAL OFFICERS ILL J0 H NI ROG N, J.
The Chairman reported the ;Resolve without iD ROOM, in"ilton J;v. 4, 89.
amendment. t l~amitonFehy. 4, 189.
The House adopted the Repor,..and the rule as 1 R E 1, A N 1 S L A N i). --
to severatreadings of Bills and Resolutions in the ) __1 *
same day having been suspended by unanimous A LL CLAIlS on the above to be made on or 'K. 1 A LiKnl S & UO.
consent, the Resolve was then read the third tim AL efo ihe le iT M aRC!t, 18a79. N
and passed. e befoe the Isr M RC-, t879. Purveyors to II. M. Army and Navy,
The Foregoing Bill and Resolve were ordered to FREDERICK WM. SUTTON, OFF FO R R S L ,
be laid before H is Excellency'the Governor by the Honorary Secretary. I i 2
Hon. R. E. Webster. 14th Feby., 1879.-2 AT i.O\V PIU1 I,C ,
A Bill entitled "An Act to enable the Court of I d
Chancery to appoint Commissioners to take Oaths," o Indian P A L .\A A E
was brought up from the House of Assembly and N otice. I Specially ireved fur the Climate,
read a first time. r ecl leeft ia
Ordered, that the following Message be sent to 'THE UNDERSIGNED Bass & Co's. AL E,
HisExcellency the Governor, the same to be de.e, W ILL S I IP PRO DUCTT Barcla & o's. STOU P.
livered by the Hon. R. E. Webster: W ILL SHIP PRODUCV 3arclay & Cos. STOU .
May it please your Excellency; 1 This Season to New York, ALSO,
I am directed by the Legislative Council to ac- TO THE CONSIGNMENT OF ALSO,
quaint your Excellency that there is no further 4Bass & G(uinnuss inBllottle
business before the Council to engage its attention. IeSS s. *widdleton & Co., WINES and SPIRITS.'
Council Chamber, 18th Feby., 1879. ONLY. Front St., Hamilton, Jany. 28, 18.79.- I,,
Ordered, that the following Message be sent to All under their Shipping number 3, and which .
the House of Assembly, the same to be delivered by he respectfully solicits; prompt sales ad returns Mr. Gladstone has consented to stand for Parlia- f
the on. R. E. Webster. furnished. I ment for Midlothian. Inhis letter of acceptance,
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House ofAssembly; SA M L. A. M A S'' E RIS,. he renews his charges concerning the Government's
I am directed by the Legislative Council to ac-. Hamilton, February 17, 1879.-3 extravagance, its disturbing and dishonorable for. o
quaint your Honorable House that there is no fur- eign policy, and its abuse of prerogative. n
their business before the Council to engage Its at A
tention. FOR SJ/LE. a
Council Chamber, 18th Feby., 1879. 1- N oti e e
Adjourned to Friday next, the 21st instant, at A light Standing-Top
11"80. t _


FOOTBALL.
XXTH AND 46TH VRGI=TNS V. THB WORLD.
This match (Rugby Union) was played on Wed.
nesday 12th on the Prospect Ground, and ended in a
victory for the "linesmen" by 1 goal and 3 tries to
0. There was a strong wind blowing up the
ground, against which Lieut. Carden kicked oft at
3'30, both teams playing their full number, and a
rush of "the Infantry forwards carried the ball in
close proximity to the World's goal posts, from
which, however, it was well got away by Mr. Gray,
when Lieut. Fearon got hold of it and after a fine
,run landed it between the posts and secured the first
try for the Infantry," which however failed.
Soon after this Lt. Morrison ran in and Mr. Gray
tackling him in touch, a "maul" ensued which re-
sulted another try for the Infantry, whichhowever
was unsuccessful. At I time-the rain, which had been
long- threatening, came down in earnest and the
Infantry, with a strong wind in their favor, rather
penned their opponents, who, however, play up
with the greatest determination. Lieuts. Carpen-
ter and Tyler and A. Turner, Esqr., especially dis
tinguishing themselves forward. The two Regi.
ments however, were not to be denied and Lieuts.
Steele, and Morris secured two more tries, from the
former of which Lieut. Carden kicked a grand goal
amid the applause of the spectators, whose number
had by this time been reduced to a select few,
amongst whom we were delighted to see a large pro-
portion of ladies, whose gameness in braving the
rain and wind to see the match out was the theme
of general admiration.
[: r TAxM--19T & 46TB Riors.
Lieut. Eden, 19th Regt., back. Lt. Phayre, 19th
Regt., back. Lieut. Fearon, ditto, j back. Lieut.
Morris, 46th Regt., j back. Lieut. Harvey, 46th
R egt., j back. Lieut. Maloney, 19th Regt., j back.
it', Carden, 46th (Captain), Lt. Perkins, 46th, Capt.
Handley, 19th, Lieuts. Steele, Hollway & Mor.
rison, 46th Regt., and Lieuts Davies, Chauncey
and Herepath, 19th, forwards.
THa Wonwm.
Messrs. R. Gray & Darrell, backs. Lt. Cot-
rell, R.A., & Asst. Commissary, F. G. Winter, j
backs. Lt. Mathison, 19th, I back. Lt. Carpenter,
A. D. C., Lt. Tyler, R. E., Asst. Commissary W.
R. Wintle, Lieut. Bowles, 19th, Messrs. A. Turner,
. ,Glay,,W. Masters & 3 others, forwards.


Has just been painted and trimmed, and
every respect comfortable.
With a complete set Brass Mounted


New.
FOR 24.


At
E. ROBIA SOA' S,
Saddlery & Harness Establishment, under
Town alail, Front St., Hllamilton.
Feby, 17, 1879.
OFFICE OF
B. A. YOUNG & CO.,
OBNMRAL, A=TlTON AN0
Commission M merchants,
rOR THE SALE OF
FURNITURE, C -RPET'S, FANCY (OODS,
WORKS OF ART, REAL ESTATE, &*.
Sales Room and Art Gallery,
85 NASSAU STR !ET, near Corner Fulton
Street, New York.
Advances made on Consignments.
Quick Sales and Prompt Returns.
-Purchases made at Manufacturers' Prices and
wholesale rates, and shipped to any part.
Our facilities for making purchases are un-
surpassed, buying direct from Manufacturers and
first hands. Quotations and Estimates given on
application.
Personal attention given to the Sale of BER
MUDA PRODUCE. Discounts allowed when
obtained on all Purchases and Shipments.
R. A. YOUNG,
D. KAUFMAN.
. February 3, 1879,


I will receive and forward Cot
signments Of
isin PRODUCE


1


TO
Messrs. R. W. Hayward & Co.
Mr. Nash will be with us later in the Season.
May be found at E. B. Jones's.
CHARLES A. V. FRITH,
Cor. of Reid and Queen Sts.


POTATO
Potatoes Pota


Potatoes !


Potatoes !


p)


On Hand and to arrive,
lot of


And
Potatoes forr S.
The above for sale Clheia to Casl


only.



S!


NOTICE.


toes THE BOARD-OF AGRICULTURE desires to
give notice that a supply of TOBACCO
potatoes! SEED of the finest kinds procurable in Cuba
has just been received from Havanah, and will
a Prime be distributed to all persons desirous of culti-
vating Tobacco in this Colony.
The Board trusts that as many persons as
possible may try the experiment of Tobacco
B cultivation, as fine Tobacco such as is likely to
be produced from the seed now procured, sells
at a very high price, and its cultivation if it
e d. a succeeded would prove highly remunerative.
The experiment need not be tried on alargescale
I customers in any one spot. Every one who can spare a
.. few roods of Land might make a sufficient


ALBI, iE INGL .'t. rial.
St. Georgo's, Ilermnud:, Packets of Seed may be had on application at
Oct. 2zth, 1878. the PUBLIC LIBRARY, HAMILTON, at the Assis-
TANT RECEIVER GENERAL'S OFFICE, ST. GEOR-
SGES, at R. TYNES, DEVONSHIRE, and at the OF-
TS t fi 1a II U FICE OF 'tilE ROYAL GAZETTE," HAMILTON.
It is hoped that early application will be made
Momenitly ex pec ted a l-arge Sn v for this seed, as the sowings must be made du-
SOnentlly ex pec te a lag e ^Su p)y ring the present or next month if it is desired to
O(F secure a crop during the present year.
F S H G U 4. T 0 Feby. 9th, 1879.
Which will he disposed of at a reasonable price.
The Article speaks for itself.-F'armers who Nfotice,
have, during the last four seasons, tried this
31anuie pronounced it A 1.
Call at once and engage the quantity you re- T IE CAUSEWAY BRIDGE near the Wes-
quire. te- rn terminus of the Causeway now un-
q uire. A .. .I.. ..-.. .


A L B I ~ 'P


INGL IS.


St. George, Bermnuda,, Oct. 28, 1878.
The Theatre Royal, Glasgow, with a seating ca-
pacity of 4,000, originally costing $150,000, and
having the largest stage of any theatre in the
United Kingdom, was totally destroyed by fire Sun-
lay morning Feby. 9. No lives were lost.




Hard Stone Lime.
WOOD BURNVT LIME.


3500 Bushels Hard Stone Wood
hBurnt LIME.
For Salo by 11. C. OUTERB1RI DG E, Cause-
way Road, or 61 Front St., Hamilton.
November 19, 1878.


AMERICAN WATCHES.


T 1 E above WATC[HES for both
Ladies and Gentlemen are- kpt constantly
an h: nd by the Undersigned : Any grade .viove-
nent not in Stock will be furnished at the
Mlanuffictor's list price. Also, make to order
nq style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &c.,
engraved.
Remember the American Watch Co. received
he Gold Medal at the late Paris Exhibition.
E. r C HIam.
'ront Streetl, amilton, )


It


t


r-t '"i s r iii) ruU
Pleuro-pneumonia has appeared in most of the
oc w sltables in NMew York; and fthe Boaird of Health


has reported to
ous and that it

Flalts


dergoing certain I.REPlAIRS and ALTERATI-
ONS.
The Public is hereby notified that from and
after the 6th instant, and until further notice,
a portion of the Bridge will be taken up'and
the Carriage way reduced in width to about
nine feet, or thereabouts.
Persons travelling on the Causeway Road
are again requested to drive slowly over this
Bridge.
PH[LIP Nl SS,
Colonial urvenr.


Hamilton, 3rd August, 1878.
His Excellency General Fabre Geffrard, e -
President of Hayti, died at Kingston, Jamaica, on
the 31st December, 1878, after a few days illness,
aged 72 years. The deceased exile was hold in
high estimation as a good citizen and a perfectgent .
man. Geffrard was l)proelaimed, Presiih.,ut of Hay-
ti in 1858, wien he proclaimed it a republic. Ho ws
banished for ever from the Republic in 1866.'

h"anted.
nu or near the Town of Halmilt)n, froin the 1st
of April next,


Permanent Board and Lodging
F'OR A SMALL FAMI LY.
Apply at the office of the Royal Gazette."
February 10, 1879.--3

NO T I C .
LAI )Y wouI'd be glad of SR\ lNV( WORK
for C 11:1 l)R I';l N in a respectalle F.aimily,
and can also do any kind of F \NOY \V WOiK
for C(hildren from one month old upwards. Her
terms will lhe reasonable. Please apply at the
" Royal Gazette" Office.
January 25th., 1879.

The Cosientitee
OF THE
Hamilton Temperance Hall School
Is desirious of obtaining a

SCHOOL-MASTER
For same.
Persons applying will please state in writiidi
the different branches they will agree to tpAdh
and be examined in. The number of pupils they
can receive and attend to-and ra te of charges
per quarter for each.


Sthe effect that the milk was poison- Address above Comimitlee,'
t would effect those who drank it. Receiving house, Ilamilton Parish.
Crawl, Nov. 26, 1S78.
Village KBoardinI Further private attempts are about to be aide to
_, /,extend the cultivation of Quinine in Jamaica. At


Hamilton, 22nd Janu .ry, 1879. -IU(,C.
Sj llS is a very beautiful place. Is situated
Sat the juhetion- of the roads at the Flatts,
I public Notice. and is known as "'Patmetto Grove." Is within
|' HE Under'signed hereby, forbids all persons twenty minutes drive of Hamilton, and quite
l Trespassing on Land in Spanish Point, near the Walsinghaun Caves. It borders on the
Bermuda, belonging to her and her sister, MRS. beautiful sheet of water, Harrington Sound, a
ANN WALKER MooRE; any person or persons famous place for sea bathing.
found so trespassing, will he dealt with as the law I The Proprietor has a Boat at hand for pleasure
may direct. excursions on the '-ound and other waters. He
MRi MARY T'UZO SMITH will be pleased to accommodate Lady and Gentle-
H 1V lto r^ rH1 a men Boarders on very reasonable terms.
Hamilton, Bermuda, February 11, 1879. IOHN T PENISTON,
-------- ----- JO N ProprieS T Or.


A whole herd of diseased cattle brought into
New York on the 9th instant, were slaughtered,.
by direction of Sanitary Superintendent Day, and
disposed of as offal.

For Sale,
A HANDSOME


Proprietor.
September 3, 1878.

FOR RIEN\ 7
With Immediate Possession,
That Desirable Family Residence in Pagot Pla.
rish, known as


/ ROSE HILL COTTAGE,
Lately occupied by the Misses Gilbert, with Pas-I
w i , ture and Garden Land attached.
Kind and Gentle in harness and under Saddle. To persons desiring pleasant situation fo.
A Fine Horse, a good fencer, and suitable for a the winter months, or a longer period, the above
Lady. Sold for no fault the owner having no affords numerous inducements.
use for him. Full particulars can be obtained on applica-'
Further particulars please apply at the Royal tion to
Gazette" Office. MR. R. D. DARRELL.
Pembroke, Feby. 4, 1879. Hamilton, Now. 25, 1878,


the latest date an Indian expert was in the Island
viewing spots for planting the Cinchona.


To Let.


1 'Fotir View Lodge'
Possession given 1st June net't.
A commiodfous and pleasantly situated two
story Dwelling House in Pembroke Parish, at
Pitt's Bay, about, ten minutes walk from the
Town of Hamilton, at present occupied by A. R.
THOMPSON, Esqr.
For Terms, &b., apply to
WM. NUSUM,
Mangrove Bay, Soinerset.
January 13, 1679.-alt. tf.


For Rent,


S" HUNTLEY,"
,",k A'\ !)welling wizh FOUR \CltS
LAND, wiihiin A miles o" ilamilton
and Prospect Camp, now eccCupied b'y C'ommis-
sary 11. J. WirL, .bbut will be ready for a new
Tenant about tfle Ist February next.
Apply to


January 14th, 187,.


C.'G. GOSLING
Hamilton


!


I


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F RM U DA ROYAL+ CGAZETT.


' -~ -~ -


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


Wind
9a.m.


0C4
q-


30-1910
,90200
30-126
29-864
29-791
30'038
30-170


Temperature previous
24 hours. Rain.

S e


0
73-9
71-5
73-5
70-3
56-7
59-7
68-1


0
59.0
61-~2
63-6
63,2
43-8
49-0


137-4
1 12- 8
137-8
124-8
12C-8
123*0
111.0


.- ,.,

0


Inch.


0100
0-02
0-06
0-30
0-22
C'-03
0-02

Total 0-65


~s ~p:
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fHamiltom, February 25 1879.

Colonial Secretary's Office,
24TH FEBRUARY, 1879.
H IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR
has received a despatch dated 18th Janu-
ary, 1879, from the Secretary of State for the
Colonies requesting him to recognize provi-
sionally
John S. Darrell, Esqutire,
As Danish Consul at Bermuda.
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.



Proceedings of th" Honorable Leg-
islative Caunecil.

Friday, 21st February, 1879.-Pursuint to ad-
journment the House met.
Present-His Honor Josiah Rees, Chief Justice,
President,
The Honorable Wm. I. Gosling,
James H. Trimingham,
James Tucker, Recr. Geni.,
G. S. Tucker.
Randal E. Webster, Colonial
Secretary.
The following Messages from His Excellency the
Governor were delivered by His Excellency's Pri.
vate Secretary:
No. 88.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
Honorable the Legislative Council a copy of the
Report of the Committee appointed to examine the
Post Office Accounts for the Quarter ended on the
81st December, 1878.
Mount Langtop, 20th February, 1879.
(No. 39.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander.in- Chief.
'The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable the Legislative Council that he will proro-
gue Parliament on Thursday next, the 27thiinstant,
at 1 o'clock, p.m.
Mount Langton, 20th February, 1879.
Adjourned to Thursday next, the 27th instant,
at 12 o'clock.

BERIIUDA.

Abstract of the Proceedings of the Honorablec
House of -lssembly.
Friday, 21st February.-A Message from the Leg-
islative Council:
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen of the House of Assem-
bl;
I am directed by the Legislative Council to ac-
quaint your Honorable House that there is no fur-
ther business before the Council to engage its atten-
tion.
Council Chamber, 18th February, 1879.
The following Messages from His Excellency the
Governor:
(No. 43.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to forward to the
-Honorable Houseof Assembly a copy of the Re-
port of the Committee appointed to examine the
ost Office Accounts for the quarter ending on the
31st December, 1878.
.,Mount Langton, 20th February, 1879.
(No. 44.)
R. M. LAFFAN,
Major-General,
* Governor and Commander-in- Chief.
The Governor has the honor to inform the Hon-
orable House of Assembly that he will prorogue
Parliament on Thursday next, the 27th inst., at 1
o'clock, p. m.
Mount Langton, 20th February, 1879.
Adjourned to Thursday next.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
CLEARED.
Feby. 18-Schr. Meteor, Dunscombe, Barbados; 140
bls. potatoes, 36 empty casks, 43 bls. salt, 1 trunk
merchandize.
20-Mail Steamer Canima, Liddicoat, New York; 72
blh. potatoes, 211 boxes tomatoes, 69 boxes beets, 1
box wax, 1 box onions, 1 box peas, 9'38S packages and
302 bags cotton.
22-Schr. Traveler, Hodges, Martinique; 71 bis. pota-
toes, 250 empty casks.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.,
Feby. 18-Sehr. Rescue, Anderson, Madeira ; in dis-
tress ; in ballast, bound to Halifax.
22--R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, Halifax; English
Mail of the 4th instant, and goods for Merchants.-
Agent, J. M. tiayward.
CLEARED.


Feby. 22-R. M. Steamer Beta, Shaw, St. Thomas;
mails.
The Brigantine Lima, from Halifax, with spars, ar-
rived at St. Ge6rges on Sunday.
We are informed that a Barque from New York, laden
with wheat, and two Brigantines laden with molasses,
all in distress, arrived at St. Georges yesterday. Our
customary shipping report thence has unaccountably
miscarried.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Royal Mail Steamer Beta, from Halifax:-
Rev. Mr. McKay, Mrs. McKay, infant and nurse, Rev.
E. J. Hardy, Garrison Chaplain, Miss Ritchie, Mrs.
Howe, Mrs. Pennington, Mr. C. S. Davis, Clerk of
Woro-s, Ireland Island, Wile and 5 children, Lt. Ha-
dow, 1-19th Regt., Mr. W. Starling, R N., Engineer
for H. M. S. Bellerophon for disposal, Capt. Purday-
2nd Cabin,- Win. Bunn end wife, for H. M. Dockyard,
A. Rich, ,\lrs. Erswell, Mrs. Pridham, Mrs. Watson,
of Royal Artillery, Mrs. Ware, Mrs. Hall, John Mc-
Donald, Sergt. S. Duffeild and Wife,


Date.


1879.
Feb.17
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19
20
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half remained intact. The practical advantage of this
was apparent, one half of the highway being passable
while the other half was being improved. It was equal-
ly apparent that while one side had been purposely left
safe, the other was known to the workmen to be unsafe,
but instead of any serviceable warning having been left
for benighted travellers, a pile of loose stones with a
rail resting thereon, and on the opposite bank, At each
end of the cutting, visible only in daylight, complicated
the danger by being just high enough to strike an ad-
vancing horse across the breast, and induce him to
plunge right into the cutting. In the instance referred
to this was happily avoided; but it is urged that the
Inspector of Public Works shall be allowed to have a
supply of lanterns fit to burn all night, in all weathers,
without replenishing, which will enable him to substi-
tute serviceable lights, in place of the dangerous com-
binations of rubble and condemned rails.
OWL.

From the New York World, 11th February.
The year 1878 therefore was to the Delaware
and Hudson what it was to the Delaware and Wes-
tern a vast improvement over 1877. In the year
1877 the total business of the Delaware a'i-. Hud-
son resulted in a loss of $1,147,332 so that 1878 is
an improvement to the extent- of $1,089,741. In
1877 the leases caused a loss of $605,366 and the
Company proper lost $541,966, together forming a
loss of $1,147,332. In 1878 the Company proper
made a profit of $440,971, but the loss of $498,562
by the leases converted this into a total deficit of
$57,591.
,. In round figures the two Delawares came out
even for the year 1878. Their finances are in good
shape, and both companies are likely to build up
their prosperity in a good demand for coal at very
moderate prices. Their position justifies the con-
fidence in their bonds and leases which we express.
ed when the *e-.,npiui ...:.e.. :l to pass dividends to
their own stockholders and as for the Delaware,
Hudson and Delaware and Western themselves,
considered as stocks they are hardly likely to prove
so dangerous in 1879 as they often were in the two
previous years,"


iPASSENGUEili :SAILED,
IIn the Mail Steamer Canima, on TI'.' -.I' li-. f.'r
New York :-Captain Emerson, 1-19, i i-. '1...i., -I,
Miss Vauschoyle. Rovd. Dr. Lawrence, J. A. Smith,
Lt. Davenport, R.A., Assistant Commissary Lundy,
Mr. Henry C. Outerbridge, Mr. T. W. Conklin, Capt.
H. A. Kezer-2nd Cabin, Thos. Brennan, Pte. P. Gro-
gan, 1-19th.
In the Meteor, for Barbados, Messrs. E. C. Cornell,
and J. L. Austin.
In the Traveler, for Martinique, Capt. H. D. White.
American Schr. Georqe lWalker, Thompson, hence
at Cardenas January 30.
Try Again up at London for Bermuda January 25, to
leave on i0th.f
Brizobal, 247 tons, left London for Bermuda Janu-
ary 20.
The Steamer Bahama, of the Gulf Ports Steam
Packet Company, is expected to arrive here to-day or
to-morrow, from Barbados, to load cotton for New
York ; the Gulf Ports S. S. Company having contracted
to convey hence to ew York the cotton saved from the
strand d Steamer Lartington.

IN QUARANTINE.-- The Brigantine Sea-breeze, of
and for Nova Scotia, Capt. Lent, from St. Thomas,
which Island she left on the 11th instant, arrived at
the; West End, on Saturday last, having the flag for
the Health Officer flying. She was promptly boarded
by the Health Officer, Dr. Butterfield, who found two
men sick of fever, apparently of the remittent type.
One was taken on the 15th. four days after leaving.
and the other on the 18th. Vessel placed in Quaran-
tine at Granawa\,'s Deep, for further observation.
We have on two occasions of late alluded to the cir-
Cimstance of yellow fever prevailing at St. Thomas.
[We are gratified to learn that the Sea-breeze has
been, by order of the Governor in Council, removed
from Granaway's Deep to Non-such Island, Qunrantine
Station, where lth' sick can be better cared for, and
where there will be less fear of a contagious disease
spreading.]

YELLOW FEVEi.-A friend, in handing us a copy of
the Report of the Yellow Fever Comnmissson, authorized
by the U. S. Congress to invesIigate the Yellow Fever
epidemic in New Orleans, &c., in 1878, specially
pointed out the following passa'ge:-
How TnANSMiTTED.-Yellow fever is transmitted
across seas and oceans in steamships and sailing ves-
sels, and the infection may be connected with the ves-
sels themselves or the cargoes, or with the crews and
passengers. Ordinary merchandise in original or un-
broken packages may become infected and lead to out-
breaks of yellow fever, but for obvious reasons it is
much less likely to prove dangerous than bedding and
wearing apparel. Packages of this class may become
infected from having been stored in an infected house,
or from having been shipped in an infected vessel."
After briefly treating cholera the report says:-
Every epidemic of cholera in the United States has
followed as a sequence to its epidemic prevalence in
Europe and India.

MILITARY NEWS.
The following promotions and appointments have
appeared in the London Gazette.
19TH FooT.--Gentleman Cadet Colquhon Grant
Morrison, from the R. M. C., to be Second 'Lieut., vice
E.W. Mills, promoted, dated 22nd Jany., 1879. Gentle-
man Cadet James Trevelyan Cotesworth, from the R.
M. C., to be Second Lieut., vice E. J. B. Buckle, pro-
moted, dated 22nd Jany., 1S79. Gentleman Cadet
Alexander Dingwall Fordyce, from the R. M. C., to be
Second Lieut.. vice J. A. Fearon, promoted, dated 22nd
Jany., 1879. Gentleman Cadet Henry Frederick Tuck-
er Macartney, from the R. M. C., to be Second Lieut.
vice C. S. Malony, promoted, dated 22nd Jany., 1879.
Gentleman Cadet George Lawrence Melliss, from the
R. M. C., to be Second Lieut., vice R. Hayes-Sadler,
promoted, dated 22nd Jany., 1879. Gentleman Cadei
Leonard Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrick, from the R. M.
C., to be Second Lieut.,, vice C. T. Hennah, promoted,
dated 22nd January, 1879.
46TH FOOT.-Sub-Lieut., Edmund John Hollway,
to be Lieut., dated 11th September, 1876. Sub-Lieut.,
Frederick William Steele, to be Lieut., dated 11th
November, 1876.
2nd Lieutenants Cotes.worth, Fordyee, Kerrick, and
Macartney have been posted to the 1st Battalion on their
recent appointments in the 19th Regiment.
Major T. W. Bridges, R.A., has been placed under
orders for duty with No. 3. Battery, 10 Brigade R.A.,
at Bermuda in place of Major H. H. Goodeve.
Lieut. F. A. Davenport, R.A., proceeded to England
on the 20th instant, on four months leave of absence.
Captain T. B. Emerson, 1-19th Regiment, proceed-
ed to England on the 20th instant, for duty at the 4th
Brigade Depot.
Assistant Commissary F. W. Lundy, Commissariat
Department, proceeded to England on the 20th instant,,
on completion of his tour of foreign service.
The Revd. E. J. Hardy, Chaplain to the Forces, ar-
rived on the 22nd instant for duty, and is to be station-
ed at Prospect in place of the Revd. E. A. Goodwin,
who will shortly return to England.
. Second Lieutenant Hadow, 1-19th Regiment, joined
the Head Quarters af his Regiment, on the 22nd inst.
Second Lieut. A. Morrison, 46th Regiiment, is tem-
porarily attached to the Commissariat Department,
pending the arrival of a successor to Assistant Com-
missary Lundy.

ROAD DANGER.
S To the Editor of the.Royal Gazette.
Whbke every credit must be accorded to the present
man4 nent of the public roads, under which they are
being pereeptibly bettered by the gradual, but persistent
reduction of hills, necessity also exists for greater care
over the safety of the travelling public at night, lest
undue sacrifice of life or limbs be involved.
Not long since when on theroad between St. Georges
and Hamilton, before day had dawned, the writer came
to where a hill was being reduced. Half of the width
of the road had been cut several yards lengthwise and
about two feet below the original level, while the other


-
DETAILS OF THE GREAT BATTLE.
LONDON, Feb. 15.-The Standard publishes the
following, dafed Maritzburg, Jan.15; shortly; fic-r
ht e commencement -of hostilities. Lord Chelmaford


ROME, Feb. 15.-Cordial letters have been eT-
hba g-.1 heween phe Pope and the German Em-
peror, andconc-es-.ion mind on bothsi8es,,'T 'he
Cardinals opposed the Pope's aceeptance of the
cii lsbu i dcdenveteespmt cesof i-


and Col. Pearson successfully engaged the-enemy, i. -t must obey the laws. :
near the place where Chi.l;nfolr,]l has been fighting. mu ey e laws,
He left six companies of the 24th Regiment under LONDON, Feby, 15.-About 30 Turkish officials
Pulleine, whom Durnford was to join with natives. ,-have. already gone tod Constantihople. P-The first
Fifteen thousand Zulus attacked the united forces retrogradle movement on a larg--raele. fixed for
on 22nd. The fire trom the British caused immense the ithi inst. -: -- :',-
havoc among them, but hy rushed fro'ward with C!' oCNrTANTIN'PLr.F, Feb. ftS.~iIt is stateie thi-tGeh.
indomitable pluck, and when., they had come to To.!l,-.n, informed one ambassador- thi .-'enmtlia
close quarters, the great numerical superiority of an.l Rul'-.ria will hben,:firih be rigorously separ-
the Zulus secured them complete victory and six ated. G3ovetnrirs Dordoikoff anl Stolipine will
companies of the Twenty Fourth were totally des- both be placed under the moilerating control of
troyed, and Durnford's natives utterly routed. The th'e Russiani Mini.er..
victorious Zulus attacked a small force in the vici-. A n-, 110 correspondent sayss. if El -mrck dis-
Yity of Roake's Drift the same day, but were repel- golves i,- Reischstag, as is univ r.;ally expected, he
led. will obtain an overwhtlmipg majority for protection
In the attack made at Roake's Drift on the even- .i4n he ensufig. el-ctinn. ".
ing of the 22nd, after the do truceion of the' caftip, ,ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 15. (ni'i1ni'ht cabeira~n).
a hundred men .u'-e..1 in lk..ping off uover four -An imperial manifesto has bo.n iQ-u-d announc-
thousand Zulus. T'hey fought from five in the ing that the Czar has ratifieltlieh'definitive treaty
evening until daylight, when the main column ar- -of aepe with Turkey, find orders have consequent-
rived. The British lost thirteen men, five of whom ly 1.ee,, iv to ili-tro.opl to return hom. The
were massacred in the Horpiial. ". maniafQPto closed with thanks to G,'d for'Russia's
The Standard says, the Fifty-seventh Regiment, glorious victory. The city is illuminated to-night.
now at Ceylon, has been ordered to proceed to the RdNi Feb. -1'5 .-Th' bPope has discontinued pay-
Cape of Good Hope as soon as transportation can ."renl9tbish'i," who have not received t-be' Royal
be obtained. It is hoped that the Regiment will Exchequer. The newspapers publish a letter from
reach there in less b. na a fortnight. ; CardiahNinaa.declaTing the Papac-y Ias hot he
*AFGHAISTAN .mAneanesto .ontiqnuetese payments. .. ; i
.. Ho XoNd, Feb. 16.-It has been discovered
A Tashkend despatch says:-The lour Afghan that Cantoii has been airtually deraudfraned of ail-
ambassadors expected here on Othe 20th, are the lion by the smuggling of opium from Hang'.ongg
nephews of the Ameer, the Grand Vizier, the Min- to the mainland. :..: : .- -- 2 '0
ister of Justice, and Minister of Interior, attended '
by numerous followers. The suite travels in state TRIAL OF T-H'[IE CITY OF GLAS'OW 13ANJK
there being l--'li horses i n M -he cortege' I,- will be DIRECTORS. ?- .- .....
received with great iianr pomp aind salutes at (For summary of let day'. proceedling see last page.)
Samarcand by G-ovrnr O'andoff. .Qn their ar.,
rival the ambassadors will be conducted to Gener- rThe trial of the City ot Lnhsgow Bink LDiretors was
al Kauffman's residence. : : resuienl on th 21-tnilt. in, the igh Court of Jus.
Colonel Colesmikoff, aid'e-de-ecairp' to Kauffman, t'rciary.' In.iin-liately on the a uselmint of4he., obur
who was sent on a mission to St. Petersburg on Th ,.l.. Jutie-- .-k ave Ju.l-inent on thi ob-
January 5th, returned on Sun-lay. bearihnh imperial j' etins ,Lai -L by epvsnel for the prisoners to the rele-
instructions. o vanev" l thl nditmnent. Th. ceut.ntin of Mr. -
LONDON, F h. 1.- A Tashkiend special states four that-the oniis.'n o lthe 8th av,:,'iieit under -ie
ta his "- L, l, uncle .Yah *.fir. couBnt would make i necessary to depart frorthe
that Abdul Akaman predicts that his uncle, Yah. .ir ,ch. of alsification o ba an cer-shee, his
koob Khan, is intriguing to betray Shere Ali and ,the p ,,har eso nt.nabla :the matter .aspl ily
obtain the Afghan thron- for himfllfl f'or ,,apro, '] ,pt or, relvaiNc Nor -ac ld'~e
one for proo,, 'dn m t for, releva0y 1or "t- t
General Kauffman has arranged a grand recep- nathtich any weiLght to Mr. Mciknto.-li'.s ar"'r.'.iun tl 'at
tion to the Ameer, SbOere Ali,' upon his arrival at the charge of falsehood in thel fabrication oft the bal.
Tasbkend, but he wil nnot be allowed to proceed to., a.ace-sheet,was not a legalcrinwe, ipasmuch.as it, ws
'St. P, ,:bu'r, as the Czar- will not receive him. "ot pru.lnctive of patr-ioni.d g.in to the accused -or
In conversation, General Kauffman said if Yahkoob the institution they roprer.inftled, or of patrimonialqss
Khan should take the throne of Afgh,,nistan ,he t atheri' ft was.quite manifest that na. vpry 'lage
Czar would not interfere, even if he shi.ulbl make- a- a .t,;niiiashi.il inrtrest was injured by the fldse statements
treaty with England. n ,:i: t n .n -With ri)..a'.1 to t1he .'it tii)n, raised Ato
A Tahk,.nid 1'l'1.saI t! at.e- tfiha h. .-iie.'*-er, i l.t .- v.ane" pof t,'.-' counts nj the indictment whiph
Shete Ali, il-el.ire:s I.-,.it he n ill.-follo.i t'ie i at vice ..f charged ':-rilaii t o !f .tlcaccL aLll %ih Ii iproperlv over-
the Czar, and refuse to negotiate with .he Baglish dravipg their acconnts at the- banki, the Lord Justice-
invul.'- r. -' -' Cler'k ,:(redl thai t e l.- .1 ha,I much difficulty in arriv-
(fTHE LATErT ) A despatch from Candahls iys at : ncu'i Pn: th1. su'ject. It was not an or-
that a portion of the force has been ordered to re- dinry violation or excess of the )vowrs of directors,
tire to Pisheen. or persons in -a similar p.,iti.in fe trust, which would
tir to iseen *... : "sti a criminal proecution; ;Bu .the iditmgn
LONDON, Feb. 14.-Edwar40 Kelly, the las. ofa just a crteinal oec, fioitaleed at the accused
the imprisoned Fenians, who was released yest, i oay, rf Ii itliine- it charged thqm
was put on board the steamer Marathon, and sailed w- 'with Inlkin. aoflva..,. ol.1f their po ition:s directors.to
for New York. ,- n'l, thesr, i uip'per .-ierdrafts. The; relevancy,.;of
,., --' these counts in the indictment wtil l therefore besgs-
CAPITAL AND LA.OR DIFFICULTIES. tained-with -ome mn'lifievim'o.t c'...!' "li all reference
LIVERPOOL,'Feb. 16.-The ,Strikers Delegaiin-, t,..rni.lrafti .in-.- t '. i- th.Ii.~meamine directors;
this imnorini ng proposed arbitration to the S ipown-. !t. tf "e Cr.-wn \.;. 0 a h-, :vy, r' -sk in proving to
ors, meantime resuming : work on the Id.i terms.+ th.-. .t -'et i t a" ". n il tr ii. .: avorred. lis
This the Shipowners rejected, but agra.: t albitra- .1-lip al..- uphel.1 tmlr:. i l.:r un`ey'f th6e charge of
tion provided the men would resume work .-at the th~:.r in connection- it1h ti. ..- .iannr in which the bill
proposed reduction. The matter now awaits the c a.- I'-to1 the b.ivdi!:-r collection ia,'l been dispose
,. ;. :,_,n of the : i:-:. I, and it is thought they must' "of. M i l, and Lord .. ver
yield.-- "' ..:,'.M fe fin sc e C,.i i and Lord Craighill v
"yie..ld.. v rl' I


SOLUTI ; .\.!.;RICA.
THREE MILLION PEOPLE DIE BY FAMINE AND DIS-
EASE.
BOSTON, Feby. 14.-A lett r from Ceara, Brazil,
gives the details of. the horrible scenes in that pro-
vince, caused by famine and small-pox during the
past year. The province has been depopulated and
a population of 900,000 reduced to 400,000. At
Fortaleza a new disease called black small-pox has
broken out, but it is believed that this is the black
plague ,of Europe and Asia. Besides the awful
mortality in the province mentioned, it is believed
that 3,000,000 people have died in other famine
and disease.infected provinces in the interior.

An Inquest was held at the Station Hospital, St.
Georges, on the 23rd inst., before Denis Tucker,
Esqr., Coroner, on view of the body of Andrew
Foster, late a private in H.M. 46th Regt., who ,was
found insensible in the bath room of above Hospital
on the previous night, and died soon after. After
hearing the evi-k-i:-..- .:,f Dr. Hare and severalothers,
the Jury found that death resulted- from -an over
dose of rum, but how obtained did not appear.
----------- ----.,
Ewart Johnstone, a native of Dunfries, Scotland,
aged 26, of the 3rd Battery: 10th Brigade, R.A., was
found lying near the Prince of Wales Towe", Hali-
fax, N.S., at about 3 o'clock, on the 12th instant,
frozen to death. The deceased had attended the
Brunswick St. W. M. Church in the morning, and
after dinner had taken several drinks of liquor and
it is thought went out to the woods, took a smoke,
and being drowisy from the effects of drink, fell
asleep never to wake again. He had been'in the
service about seven years, four of which he spent at
Bermuda, and two in Halifax.

SWEDISH ARCTIC ExpFrr.p rTia SAFE. -Despatches
received on the 14t-h February at Montreal con-
tain the gratifying intelligence that the Swedish
Arctic Expedition is safe. It. may be some disap-
pointment that Prof. Nordenskjold has not been
able to get through Behring Straits this season,
but everyone will rejoice that the daring explorer
is alive and -well and in a position to resume his
voyage next sunimer.

THE BLACK DEATH.
Steamers between Italy and Egypt are. discon-
tinued on account of the il-iue. The importation
of Egy ptian cotton into Italy is prohibited. Greek
vessels with corn are warned away from Palermo
by cannon shot.
LONDON, Feb. 15.-It is reported that the plague
has appeared in Bessarabia. "
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15.-Surgeon General Wood-
work writes to the Congressional Committee on
epidemics, calling attention, to the prevalence of
the plague i'n Europe. He says Europe has be-,
come alarmed and commerce with Russia interdict-
ed, except under strict quarantine rules, but in
spite of the expenditure of money, and the strong:
military arm of the Government, the measures of
prevention appear to have been too long delayed
and the plague is rapidly spreading. Should the
plague appear in the countries of Europe with
which the United States have commercial inter-
course, there would be great.danger of the disease
spreading to our shores. In fact the danger exists
at present through ships from the '.,-.pian and
Black Seas. There is considerable danger from the
introduction of infected clothing into this country,
brought by Russian ,c' i;rants, ,-l.eiCi lly Mennon-
ites from Southern Russia, large numbers of whom
ship at Liverpool.
MADEIRA, Feb. 15.-Two British ships for Bar-
celona from the East are quarantined at Port Ma-
hon. -
A Russian report thus describes this disease:
"A swelling about the size of a hen's egg appears
in the groin. A general ulneasinesS, with violent
headache, accompany the appearance of this pri-
mary symptom. This period of the disease, from
the swelling to its full development, lasts at the
most a few hours, often not more than two or three.
Immediately afterwards violent irti-rr *-h pains are
felt, copious vomitifig takes place, and shortly af-
terwards black spots appear on the body; generally
on the chest, fo'rea i, and the upper part of the
back. One hour or two after these effects, death
supervenes. Generally the 'disease carries off its
victim in about tenf hours after its appearance, but
there were cases v.', hr death happened in less than
four hours after the i:-'. symtpoms.
The p;'.dci.,.i, who was sent, not to the spot,-for
nobody dares to penetrate the infected zone, but its
boundaries, say$; "It is indisputably the black
plague." The following are a few statistical figures
fromi the terrible report,- -
The disease acts with IL.ihP:-.-lir.L' fatality.
Few of the stricken survive. The cure are so few,
and so rarely computed, that they are not irp..rei-
able.
The death rate is about 95 per cent, of the num-
ber afflicted.


',-;..* :, expressed r t. concurrence with the ruling o
t h ( i. i' 1 '.,. t I t, .h
"'t- -. d .1 all ,h al-.. Ino guilty of the, charge
PI. ',.- against tl,., .,l a jury- is i ,ipanclled afl
ter four e l. -- izi been hiade on belialf of tih
t', "- n "

I't, r.:.,;Anii.c6 f'op ,'ir 'TitE ABuTRA(Cr oE' Ac "6u
The facsimiles of the abstracts of accounts produce
in the course of trial on the 21st presents a somewhat
notable example of the lithographer's skill. T]


PROROGATION OF P', i:LI MiT.
His Excellency SIR ROBERT M. LAFFAN, K.C.M.
G., Governor and Commander-in-Chief, will come
down to the Council Chamber, at one o'clock on-
TIi, -.1 v next, for the : pi:. ,- of Proroguing the
Colonial Parliament.

: "OTES ON THE CULTIVATION OF THE TOBAC-
CO PLANT," will be resumed in our next issue.

THE CITY OF GLASGOW BANK.
We ,.11-;. 1, to-day extracts from the admirable
summary and full report of the Edinburgh "Scots-
man" sufficient to give our readers a general idea
of the trial of the Directors and ',". ,,;or of the
above Bank. The books of the Bank appear to
have been kept in excellent order, and to tell the
truth on their face. The accountant produced the
Manager a correct '.i.,*'. -i t. which was falsified
at random by the Manager and Directors, as shown
in the 1876 sheet produced, to create a good public
opinion. The malicious action of the Board is
under these circumstances, much -. -.' The
cashier shews that false returns were made of the
stock of gold held on hand. The Bank had no so-
licitors or auditors. An audit system of the most
ordinary kind would have averted the catastrophe
or earlier precipitated it at a much less cost. The
affairs of all public companies should be subjected
to regular general audit by experts in accounts.
The public should withhold confidence from com-
panies which do not conform to such a system. It
is not at all unlikely that the Imperial Government
will devise some means of requiring a detailed in-
spection of the accounts of public corporations not
only in the interest of the shareholders but of the
public generally.

Extract from Concord Daily Monitor.
"LETTERS FROM BERMUDA.",
Last winter John G. Doubleday, Esq., a brother-
in-law of Edward A. Abbot, Esq., went to Mentone,
.France, and was i.,:'-1- the medical treatment of
Dr. Henry Bennett, a well-known physician of
London, but spending his winters in the South of
Europe, devoting much time and labor to finding
out the best places of resort for invalids. Mr.
Doubleday had a copy of Mrs. Ear es's, "Letters
from Bermuda," and gave it to Dr. Bennett, who
writes to him : The pamphlet on the Bermuda
Islands was more especially valuable, and you will
perceive when you see my book that I have mainly
depended on the information it contained." This
is pleasing information.


THE CATTLE TRADE. ,
LIVERPOOL, G.B., F,.i. 14.-At a meeting Of the
Liverpool Health Committee yesterday, the clerk
stated that a recent order of the Privy Council en-.
tirely prevents hi. ,.,i-w of live stock from the'
United States to'L', .-r -h.l, because Liverpool is.
not registered mc..,.' the Act, as tofore'ign aairal.'.
The wharf committee will address a letter to the
Privy Couacil, expressing a hope that before the
3rd of March it will define the part of Liverpool
where foreign animals may be landed.


' arrival of the M"-11h TMail of the IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
4th February. House of Commons, February 13, Evening.
Sir Stafford Northcote, in the House of Comn"
The Royal Mail Steomer iBeta Captain .ahi, mons this afternoon, said it was not desirable to
with the E -~-lsh *' of ihbe 4th instant, arrived at either exaggerate, or deprciate unduly the severe
St Geor-e's early on Satu day -:'r, last. :Th.e blow received in South Afric.. There exists gene-
Beta was detained at *-.' .-: by the n:,'i-:,:ri-:-.1 of a I d dmir-tin. n f, r hbe' gal-ntryof the-trolpm-ad
the .Mail from ''.* 'andl till 11 .m. of i ,u-,-y. universal sympathy for the sufferers.
On Thursday at 12 noon, when distant from St. The Cabinet is resolved-,to rpatr anr wipe out
David's Head 219 miles, experienced a severe gale, the disaster. The first b deh of there inforcements
which prolonged her passage until Friday eveninY leave before Thursday next. He recommended an
at 5 o'clock, when she was off St. George's, but not abstinence of express-ion of views upon the disaster
-i' ,i':.- until further details were received. The papers in
Captain Shaw will please accept our thanks for a the case have been already laid on the table and
late file of Halifax ;. r. others will shortly follow ; then it will be possible
-.- -, 't- the inti:.i, I. c s- o providejopr expenses.
THIE ZULU WAR. Sir 8. Northcote, in reply it, Mr Mure (Liberal),
Member for Renfrewshireo as to whether the rein.
A PARTIAL LIT TE BRITIH OFFIERs killd. forcerments asked for by Lord Chelmsford, were
in tthe recent fight with Zulus. withheld, drew attention to the blue book. which
It Batt. 24th Rept.--Lieut.-Col. Pulleine, Major set forth Lord C-i.i,,:.-'rd's demand 'fdr'infantry
White, Staff Paymaster ; C.,:! -in, Degacher, War- reinforcements,, ',i.:h he said were the only appli-
dell, Mostyn, Younghusband ; Lients. Cavayi, cationss, and which were complied with. There was
Hodson, Atkinson, Daly, Anstey, Dyson, Porteous, no reqtiest for cavalry
Melville, Adji. "I am happy" said Sir S:.-ff,_rIl Noltholte, to
2nd Batt. 24th Regt.-Lieuts. Pope, Austen, Dyer, be ..I.- to congratulate thbe House and country
Gr nt,', and Quarter-Master Bloomfield. nuon the satisfietory sta'e of affairs in other parts
Royal Artillery.-C ,'n -, Smith and Russell. o the wo-rld. There is ei v reason f)r satisfaction
'..---.,* .-..--Colonel Durnford, Captain with the progress'of the I, :lii Treaty. The Rus-
Hime, Lieut. McDowel, Surgeon "' .:p eid, Lieuts. sians hFave already begun to ivithdraw from Turkey,
Coghill, Roberts and Durnford. and there is every reason -to hope for complete eva-
There were also killed 21 other officers command- cuation in due t'Vme. The Chancellor praised the
L':: native levies, no nan:-.: given. energy'and"skill ,i'!'.yed by Mr. Layard, at Con.
Natal is in great danger. .t;,i.., in negotiations. 'Regarding reforms in
5,000 Zulus were killed and wounded out of in Asia, ,.- said that the Porte had shewn earnest-
20,000. ness in the ;'t -itn ..n now under discussion,
The loss is 500 men, 30 officers out of 24thRegt., and which, it is h- e1, would-pr-:,vr a-h.qu','.' In
and 600 natives. C. iin, England has taken over the -crown
Major Pulleine was formerly in the 30th Regt. lands, pirnn.; the Porte 5,000 annually, besides
12 Regts. are to be sent out :e once. the surplus- stipulated in the Ar.;.-;-Tirkisi con-
CALCUTTA, Feb. 13.-The Government ha bf- mentions, which is about 100,000 a year. l :
feared to supply a contingent for C.,i-e of Good Feby. 14.-In the Commons to-day, Lrd Ham-
Hope ilton, Vice President of the Council, in reply to the
inquiries of 'i.-- r-. Rathbone, M-jnidella and Chap-
The following regiments have been ordered to the lin, why the Council ordered the slaughter 'of
South Coast of Africa : 1st Kings Dragoon Guards, American cattle, said : Some time ago the Council
17th Lancers, 2 Brigades Royal Horse Artillery, 3 was informed of the disease among cattle .in the
Companies Arm Service Corps, Company Arm United States. Among other sources of informa-
Hoppital Corps 6th Brigade Roval A ry 80th tion was the .--. ',., of President Hayes. Canada
C.o,,,w.: Royal Engineers, 21st "o, ;r.nr Royal was not included in the i i.:.hii:i.':. I.-,.:,se there
Engineers, and the 2nd Batt. 21st, 30th, 57th, was no disease there. He expected that by the 3rd
58th, 3rd Batt. 60th, 91st and 94th Regiments of In- March, all i.e,-.s- i" arrangements for slaughtering
fantry cattle would be completed at Liverpool and else-
S- where.
LONDON, Feby. 15.-Major-Generals Crealock, In the Commons to-night the motion of Mr.
Newdegate and Marshal have been ordered to -the Meldon, in favor of assimilating the Irish borough
Cape. franchise to those of England and Scetland, was
MADEIRA, Feby. 15.-Steamer Dunrobin Castie '(Midnight.)-In the House of Lords fo-night,
which brought the news of the disaster toqthe Brit- the Duke of R;I :i..nd, President of the Council
ish troops in South Africa to St. Vincent, called stated that England had asked permission of Rus-
here this morning on her way to Plymouth. Her siato send phv-.iciani to investigate the plague.
officers state that later advices received at Cape The Privy Concil bad, he said, ample po-werw to
Ton reported that subsequently to the disaster enforce qlaranirie at-a. moment's notice, but he
to Glyns camp, the forces under Dartnell .nd o did not believe England was endanger. ed b e
Lonsdale had a victorious engagement with the .-. d o e. a
enemy at Rarke's drift.
enemy at Rarke-s ili'ift. ., MADEIRA. Feb. 1l -re-v-asevere storni Ofl
Pearson's column is safely established at Ekaye. coast DEIR. Feb. 1:J.-- t nerr-as a severe sore
No hostile Zulus in Natal]. : r -w., T :: w ntv i t


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CRIPCKETo.
TiIE FLEET V. .ROYAL "_..i:Li '3.
Played at Prospect on Saturday 20th, and
suited in favor of tho Officers of tho Fleet by
runs. Subjoine is thi Score.
OFFICERS OF THE FLEET.


First I ;,,' ,'..
Lt. O'Callaghan, b. Risk 0 run out
Mr. Mowbray, b. Risk 3 b. Risk
Mr. Dawson, c. Risk, b.
Wood 21 et. Raws
Mr. Hunt, b. Risk 7 c. and b.
Lt L.,.:,. run out 0 c. Raws
Mr. Davis, b. Risk I not out
Mr. Abdy, b. Risk 6 b. Risk,
Lt. Pike, b. Risk I
Mr. Hamilton, c. Hen-
eage c. wood 2 not out
Mr. Fitzgerald, not out 5 run out
.Mr. Erskine, b. Wood 0
Byes 2


Total


48
R. E.


2nd Innin


son, b. Wood
. Wood
on, b. Wood


6
22


66


Total


Capt. Honeage, b. Pike.................... 7
Mr. Wood, c. Mowbray, b. Pike............. 6
Corpl. Risk, b. Dawson .................... 4
Mr. Rawson, c. and b. Dawson.............. 1
Mr. R. Thompson, b. Pike.......- ....... 2
Sergt.-Major Bailey, run out........... 2
Capt. Pilleau, c. Abdy, b. Dawson...........7
Mr. Hellard, b. Pike....................... 0
Col. Gordon, b. Pike,...................... 0
Mr. Lutyens, b. Dawson................. 0
Mr. Nicholls, not out..................... 0
Byes 1


Total
'-'4fo l tSb le,


30


Received per late arrivals,
1 TX T NS ION Top Park
SIi'llE FVON, 4 Seatss
] Park PI I'TO\,2 ?Seat
I Concord BUGGY
2 Large and powerful farm


.. ++, -. -- -

2 n' s,',. e Carriage II()Rl IS '
I A yesire



4',digr ce '.rrant d.
I Ayrshire C \LF, "Maile," PI igree Warranted
2 Good Milch i()'% S
HA RNES -.S Pipe COLI.LXRS
WIo P P BL. .NKETS, &c.
ALSO JVOMENTLY EXPECTED,
100 '>s. Choice New Yi;rk State Garnet Seed
u'.0 1T i T
150 Bis. Darren Island Fish GUANO, the bE st
Fertilizer imported.


OUTER BRIDG E
t-milion, Dec. 15, 1879.


lee.,


-tee 11i


BROS.,
Reid Street.


Ice! !!.


The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish



Daily (Sundays excepted)
From their Store in Buruaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a supply.
To Customers in Hlamilton and Vicinity it
will be delivered by Cart daily-from about 10
o'clock till noon-commencing on 1st April.
The price is one penny per pound.
Bermuda Artificial lee C2ompany.
Hamilton, Mar( ih 24th, 1879.
N +Kxhibition--the largest assortment of
Silver Plated W\ARE ever in Herirud(;i
con-i.iin.: of Tea Sets, i1esert Sets, Ice
Pitchers, W'aiters, Vegetable Pishes, FrIit
Stands & !ishes, Cake Baskets, Castors, But-
ter Dishes, F!ower Vases, Clheese N)ishes,-Pic-
Ike D)ishes, ice Tubs, Sardlie Boxes, Jewel
Caskets. (Cniadle Sticks, PuddiTg Dishes, Card
Receivers, Po'wdor Boxes, Goblets, Cups,"Nap-
kin lIiug-, Spoons, Forks, &c., &c., at
C11 11)'-.--41


IMPORTER OF
Seeds, Boots andShoes,
Statibnery,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES,
PERFUMERY, GLASSWARE, CONFEC
TIONERY AND PATENT MEDICINES,
Reid Str.,' nearly extreme West,
Hamilton, Bermuda.




Horse, Carriage 4 (cart.
v ~ olt UUAXi1
. F O tti1 -.
trfHE Undersigned having resuined Business
at his old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near Hamilton llotel, takes
this method of thanking his friends and the ppb-
lic generally for past favours, and humbly soli-
cits a continuance of same.
TI THOMAVS H. HR VEY..
January 6, 1879.


Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Modeiate.


O~~IM1111's Ofl the Ilate


re- 1'Sev.
18CTAV PEI

(Of Bermuda,)
gs. By CI1AS. LA\NMAAN, Georgetown, D.c.
1 For Pale at the Book Store adj ininT the Office
1 of the Royal G-,zette."
1 6 December 16, 1879.-3


New


L~ivery


Establish-


a ment,
Western Entrance, Town of Ham
ilton.

Horses, Carriages,

Carts and Drays,
FOR HIR!,E.
fPIME UNDEISIGNED begs to inform the
Ihihabitants of Beimud;a and the Public
generally that he has opened a

fat the Western Entrance of the Town of Ilam-
ilton, where can e obtained at all hours, and
at reasonable rates, Comfortable CA RU I AGES,
Quiet and Good- l (hS'I ES, with Steady Driv.
er'. Also, Horse C R'L'-S and DRAYS.
N.D.-AlII orders to be left at the Store of
FREO. A. WhnrE, F'QR., Queen Street, 1iam-
ilton.
H. F. CONYERS.


Si11 nuion, Sept. 20, 1879.

Go to N.. cooper



lie his jnst Received per Sir George F. Sey-
mour" direct, and via New York, from London,
A Choice S LECTION in Variety,
\Iso, his usual Supply per Canima" of Ame-
rican GOODS and GROCELRIES.
N. A. COOPER,
Warwick.
10ih November, 1879.

A L\DY will be glad to have SEWING
a 1W'V)RK in a Milliner's Store, or some
respectable family, for children and grown folks,
by the month. Terms reasonable.
Also, can do ny kind of Fancy Work to suit
children and [Jouse ornaments.
Please apply at the Royal GazeQte" Office.
August 23, 1879.


B. W. WALKER.


E. EVELYN WALKER.


B. T. Walker 4*


Co.,


AUCT1ONE1-'-1`1 S
AND
CJA .kSSION M lAJS U11

IA MILTON,
BERM UDA.

John M. DeWolfe,
Manufacturer of all kinds of


NORTHWEST COMMON,
11ALIFAX, N.8.
Carriages built expressly for Bermuda when
ordered.
ALBERT INGLIS,
Agent at Bermuda.
Se ptember 8, 1879.-12m.
T'he genuine Eastern Island pure

Fish GUANO.

We are now Receiving a SUPPLY of this
superior FERITILIZER, well-known as the
only reliable Producer of a large and early Crop
of Onions, and superior to any other in use as a
Potato Producer.

A full Supply of the very best

Seed Garnet Potatoes,
being carefully selected by hand to avoid inix-
tuies, will be kept through the Season for our
numerous Customers of the last few years, all
of which will, we hope, favor Us with their
Orders.
1B. W. WALKE-11 & CO.
ilanmilton, Nov. 11, 1879. *

George A. Sanford,
IIALIFAX, N. S.,
Manufacturer and dealer in
MARBLE AND POLIStiSED GRANITE
a o ./rU. 77 ,; T'S S
1Head STONES, FONTS, Church 'PAliL, I'S
SBasin TIOPS, &c. &c.
Any design cut to order. No charge for ordi-
nary Inscri.ptions.
Persons forwarding orders, or wishing any
information, please apply to
f. T. JAMES,
Agent for Bermuda.
42 Front St.
Hamtilton, Octr. 6th, 1879.--1 y

Lime! Lime! Lim !! !
FOR S LE .
Two Thousand Bushels-of good
Srd Stloae ,a -.e ,
F. COAJfYERS.


JrJST4R p .


. AT CHILD'S.


A Choice Selection by "Sir G. F.
Seymour,
At Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
Hamilton, Nov. 4, 1879.


United States JMail Steamers.

FO ? LI VI L
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
LEAVE NEW YORK
V PAN IVY I TU I *.-X Y .
WYOMING sails Tuesday Dec. 2, at7 a.mn.
NEVADA sails Tuesday Dee. 16, at 7 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday lDec. 23, at 1 p.m.
MONTANA sails Tuesday Dec. 30, at 6 a.m.
WYOMING sails Tuesday Jany. 6, at I1 a.m.
ARIZON \ sails Tuesday Jany. 13, at 6 a.m.
N EVA1) \sails Tuesday Jatny. 20, at 11 a.m.
WISCONSIN sails Tuesday, Jy. 27, at 5 a.m.
The above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Orlicers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms ar,e cn main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus, securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
Smoking Room, lwnthl Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
Th U. S. m ail Steamer "Canima"frornm Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Mondays, anA Passengers' baggage can he
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
Agents,
29 Broadway, New York.
New York, Nov. 24 1879.


T1Ws OLD.
GOl.I) IMD\L P'\RiS UNIVtERSAL EX-
IJlBII'ION 187V.
The tIetd Star, Iarad

BUTTER,
Specially prepared for Hot Climates in hermeti-
cally closed tins of at! sizes, in small kegs and
in firkins. The exports of this celebrated Brand
u.o w exceeds I 8,00.0,000 Ibs.
T. J. CLANCHY, Munster Dairies, Depot,
Cork, Iiclan. 26.

F RN IS H E D or Unfurnishedl
ROOMS, in a Cottage in this Town.
Apply at the ioya| Gazette" Oicoe.
hamilton, Dec. 1st, 1879,


I


PFor tSale.

One of Kent's Patent
KNIFE CL EAN aMICIT3NES
Nearly new, recently imported from England ;
will clean 9 Table Knives and one Carver.

Also, a large American
RE FR1GERA TOR,
Suitable for a Club or Hotel.
Also,
.4 Jersey MHeifer CJL F,
thorough bred, one year old, imported fRom.
New York last year, Price 10.
For further particulars apply to M E 8 S
PRESIDENT, 46th Regiment, St. George's.
St. George's, 28th Novr., 1879.

Notice.

TlIE Undersigned having lately received or-
ders to purchase MI LC H COWS, found
great difficulty and much loss of time in doing so
WVe have decided to make a specialty of the
SALE AND PURCHASE OF COWS on
Commission. Any person wishing to sell a
Cow will please communicate with us, giving a
description of the Cow, how many Calves had,
what quantity of Milk given per day, &c., the
price wanted, and where she can be seen.
Persons wishing to purchase can, by calling at
our Office, 25 Front Street, have a reliable des-
cription of Cows for sale, and the price bof each-;
and as we have spacious enclosed Lots adjoin-
ing our Stores, Cows will be quite safe and
attended to, should they have to stay in Town
over night, hen sent for delivery.
All,Sales will be for Cash on delivery.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
Hamilton, July 14, 1879.

Notice.
FOR S1\LE CHE \P FOR CASH,
A Consignment of

35 CO SES, 3 Doz. each Bottled
A LE
3 Cases 9 Doz,.n Superior PALE SHERRY
23 '* 23 CLARET
S7 7 PORT WIN R
12 12 PILE BRANDY
12 12 Scotch WHISKEY
4 4 CFT AIMPAGNt,
The above GOOD. have been particularly
selected in London as a Sample Lot for this
Market.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
25 Front Street-
lamilton, Deer. 2, 1879.

BERMJUDIA SHEET BOOK

ALMANACKS,


Books Interleaved 2/. Plain 1/9. b-heet 1/.
Can he obtained from our A gents, Messrs.
GEORGE BOYLE & SON, St. George's; Mr. it.
GALLOWAY, Ilea'd Warder, R.N. Yard; from the
several Carriers of the Royal Gazette," and at
our Stationer/y Store.
Hamilton, Deer. 23rd, 1879.



GUJNA.NE.
GUIONR-LINNE.


S* &N r A1TILIN SON'S

PERFUMERVY,
celebrated for nearly a century pasi. i. of the very
best English manuractire'. i or its parity and great
excellence it has obtained the following
EXIIIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867: CORDOVaN 1872
LIMA, 1872. PHILADELPHIA, 1876.
VIENNA, 1873.
Only Gold Medal for English Perfumery, Paris 1878

stkinson's Choice Perfumes for
i the Handkerchief.
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano*
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let, Gold Med'd Bouquet.
And all other odours, of the finest quality only.

S 3tkinson's Florida Water
most fragrant Perfume, distilled from the choicest
Exotics.
Atkinson's Quinine Hair Lotiwo
a very refreshing Wash which stimulates the r11
to a healthy action and promotes the growth 0lie
hair.
AT K I N S 0 N S
Ethereal Essence of. Laveni'i
A powerful Purfume distilled from the finest "vrs.
ATKINSON'S QUININE TOOTH yV)OER
VIOLET POWDER, ,IACASSAR ~, GLY-
CERINE GREAM,
And other specialities and general artles of Per*
fumery may be obtained of all dealethroughout
the .World, and if the Manufacrers
--,-- +*, *-, .,. -.+ f'l+ -L riT V. --.-.

PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION '
CAUTION.-Messrs. J. & E. /KINsoN mann-
facture their articles of one and thi st iiuality only
l'urchasers are cautioned to avo'counterfeit- iy
observing that each article is labePl with the Frim
Trade Mark," a White Rose on Golden Lyie."
printed in seven colours.
ESTA BLISilEDJ9.


M. \J -^ -- ~*
Stores.
,.yaaE dai ect attention to the fact that our fa,
44" c+ilties for furnishing Batter and Cheese
of all grade at the lowest market rates areun-
equalled byo ny House in the United States. Our
very large axillary business enables us to handle
these Goodiat the minimum of cost, while our ex-
tensive correspondence with all parts of this country
insures us Me choicest selections from the most de-
sirable creimeries and dairies. We are Headquar-
ters for distribution and producers here have found
out that 4ie have a demand for the best that can be
produced' All orders entrusted to us are filled at
lowest market rates. For those who supply ships
going on long voyages we put up our Gilt Edge But-
ter in one, two and four pound air tight tin cans,
elegantly ornamented and guaranteed to retain the
contents fresh and sweet for six months, Write to
us for particulars and quotations.
H. K. & F. B. THURBER & Co.,
Exporters and Dealersiin Food Products,
West BrOadway, Reade & Hudson Sts.,
New York City,
United Stater.


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Hard Stone Lime.
WOOD BURYT LIME.
3500 Bushels Hard Stone Wood
Burnt LIME.
For Sale by 11. C. OUTERRRIDGE, Cause
way load, or 61 Front I. Hamilton,
November 19, 1878.

Proffclioi a alufat 84 If E
\T TH!E MOST MODERATE 'ATEq
Can be obtained from the
PIUENIX INSURE NCE CO.iIPA Nv
of London,
One of the longest Established and Wealthiest
Offices in (Great Britain.
Through the BRANCH OFFICE in these
Islands, a Saving is effected to the Insured
of the Stamp Duty, a very considerable item.
RISKS taken both on REAL and PERSONAL
PROPERTY for 3, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no C. IARGE for Policies.
N. A. BUTTER FIELD,


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fhlllilt(ifl S pt. 30th, 1879.


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Hiamilton, September 9th, 1850.


Agent.


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R I 'M ILLF'US C, 10 1cL'
MER.Y,

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... -.--'. .

',d-. heath fron! Th'i c:indahs, or Afghan
trades tod< -,from Cabul, by the
.., : to be i ep.r .1 for
tft,'e% 3l,_e y,,. :. i moved two guns of
t ; .;.. t-tey and the Fourth
S- ... ",-.-. The Safees were
.* !.- -.,J.%.4u., .".t : f,.ginqn parties at
h : ..e of the and Cabul rivers.


BER14 UDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


CAPE TOWN, via LoNDON, De. 22.-Chitf Se-
coeni's stronghold is being ', !..I.'l from four sides,
and the resistance is less determined than was ex-
pected.
LONDON, Dec. 19.-5everal ships belonging to
the Channel Squadron wfll, i all probability, be
ordered to the Tagus. Thecrews'will spend their
Christmas at Lisbon.


h" .. ."'.., t .. rrrt.-';,i le of all, though __-- ------_T c T *
.& .;, i;; k:ha;.^, :. brought hostages to the We havebeenrequested by Miss Jessie C.
.. .u i,,: *,.v:. ag.e their chieftain, Smith, whose advertisement for School for Child-
.d Kr-.hrI. put L-. 1;t .by order of Yakoob en appears on the s page of this Gazette, to
x,'. n'.:ni J J ter.ing the Khyber say that she has ou ..-'ed for her purpose, "St.
a-. 'i- ., A- force and gathering al- Andrews SchoolRoom, in this Town. This notice
c' :-., : r .q as he went. Altogeth- came too late to bo iserted in the advertisement.
er fte .:.. .. ., -.a more perilous among the t -lat- to.be .r'
(1 ":.- ',unualn 0tan in the valley of Cabul.
DIED, at W End, South Street, Halifax Cily, on
AFFP' r- IRN AFGHANISTAN. Sunday, De of congestion of the lungs, WILLIAM
son (I George and Rebecca Siggins,
h',' ile tI'e si ttl in '., ,i-t in is no doubt JOHN, se.
grave, we think there isbut i n-o, for the highly aged 2ye
scnsatoinal .-h re being sent across the
Atiantie i a : i ... : is attempted to be i S
made out o' ,. ; .- the despatches received auction Sale.
by t'.. Lriush -''- ,. !ir- the seat of war, ere
is bjtr u JI.- sur' il.. tite Indian auitli.'
We do not t:.. ., *' excitcany serious suspefon TH E U A D ER S I G N E D,
:n r. :;r.ito . r', rsasa rule cef be .
r i... more [n -.. .to- ith ruth about what iigqing i, L L E A ,
Sl,,:,..!cr tr .v.-..and.l .,. .. lcev to matters which A tli Aun
t ;.y th i possible nvwspaler At Public Auction,
cr ondr '-.-T d v,' ., 'Ij: what they seldom ee IN FRONT HIS STORES,
. nnd on-y ,r-.i, "1 -1 Besides, no i At 1 'clo k
11.. i espatch to his Goe At 12 o'clock,
m'r.ue'.lI as 'he '.'! L 5 be- soon exposed befe T d d
lift ah o4 n't'one To-morrow v Wednesday,
thte ,,hol, n;.;,ti!, ,.pd he t..i be punished and ,i O-1 0 n
gr..t..d i." t'orf, q... .i.c T rS o sought to create 31st I t
al] 1cf the faet that cantmt..ication with Gereral 31st Instant,
,' i- ':. at t.- -ct is, that for over one r20 BBLS. Eureka GUANO, will be Sold
i .. .'rona .i, ,. i to Cabul-his only without any reserve, to close a
S, ,'..':, "au wss by re': -. That this has ben Consignment
ut, i .. means .. nd does not indicate
anytbiwg very alarminu'r. Another topic which ho A O, ..
alarmists have seized -,r. thie tact that ea+61 Minnesota
.. is encamped in mh sa replace where Gene ARRELS Whipple POTATOES
3a, '.., was killed, aad :'i- army sacrificed,in Dole POTATOE
1. '. ,:.. ;- 3 vO- OiI that resemblance e- Do. Table POTATOES
tiween them, in adl other points the case is very d- CODFISH HAMS.
!,ar. sincee then the SL,- .r Cantonments hb,-Cases MATCHES BOOTS and SHOES
'.tiL.. tI,:. !., eer, Shere Ali, 0 Dry GOODS, &c., &c.
,,.,: :I,,pr,: *:. General Roberts THOS J WAsSON
,., '.,;,r,, : :''* iwrom the ill-starrl THOS. J. WADSON,
S- .. ,. of a better arr, Auctioneer.
S. .,. Besides, there Is Hamilton, Decr. 30th, 1879.
". -l ihe has retired i4
-aching him with o *ti
..... ed. It may be thl tOR e,
whIn pu to be found much e
S o t ... in- London seem i Y the MAYOR, ALDEIiMEN and (OMMON
*a .. o i COUNCIL of the Town of Hamilton
.. )"' '.- ,


S: ,' i, ", .1 Secured in Egypt-
S '- announced that al
, .:t. >-. t '- ,, ,,;:r to the present judicia
:l -.o"' .': .'* 'n'ed the decree making
te i 'i .. .. rst charge on the sur
s. This removes the las
S-.:,-' g financial control ii
S, -;,patches from Madrih
., ,-. '. -.. -,. .. becoming unpopular
.t- do ... .'- i ',',-'v, i-o heretofore favored
c.'-. '..-.. .:, .'. '-,e e iv hostile to the govern
f::;. ii :.: ;. : '. dismissal of General
Li: .. ;ia, ir( w' 'J,-..'n their resignations a
'.- h '.. c ';; '" t.
:' '.u(ii Dec. 2.'..-r'rofats-''r Nordlenskjoid advo
S c. the es1tblishuent ol a -'egul-ir navigation lina
: e a~. of Ume FRir. J-enizi, Siberia. He be
4& tr 9Is ~1tbh of t0.- River Lena may be re.nular
.*.a,: "i c -.S, r ...... ii. iir a c. .
p npo-r!ed the usta1iashmrtn ot life boat and hos
piLta sttiross on the Sibetrl:, shore.
Pa~.s, Dec. 20.-The Debars says the mi!
will r,,fgn immedlateiy tlier the close of
.:-^ ',:.',:u '4f CI'ambitis. ,Le Freycinet
t j E. i'd 'to form a znew Ca;inet. There is every
g g9 1 for hoping -thbt he will sncceed in forminu
an' adminis:aticon ab.i ,vI : living on the majority
of the Lefi, to s.:.le tLc p -nu.ng questions.
""' *J-ST. D'e'eE.aEURG, ec. 20. .-It has been decided
to rant 1 unicir'ai Oorernments in the chief town
M4~o)! FTh!a tbe ievilee of using The Polish lang
..' uage in i ...'ir Councils, after Januar
st. ,-.+_.'.- ,, -
e ST. PETERSBUo, De'. 20.-The condition o
ifairs. 1 rI i at nil hi pehVi Nihilist conspiracies
S are ,liscovred, rerc.diig -vonderful ramifications
and iavolvir'g parties wi,o should be above suspi
; acien. It i6 rumor-] t..i several of the most auto
Cc t-llc families in It)u.-,;L arp on the march to Si
berin. The condition of the I'zar is not improving
..-tr.meataily or ntvaiica!!v. He is continually
-,:,=; r ''.,-f .- "* a at tib, Palace are
.: -. +ye. .. -.. -._iely w watched.


S.-.
-U

!r.
a'


S ..'. -ICAN VISIP.
Jr:...-. Dillu uind Davitt
S eenslow,, addressed
S' e object of their visi
S3,. .ollect aid for the surf
yet Lo constitutionally
S .- abstanc. -'f their de


-.,- .--. ,'. oaddrese.d by Doran
,* '. .. z.zer, who deprecate(
S .. ., a begging expeditionn
ad pan ioLie efforts t(
S" -' ;) TO DEATH.-New
.. 'ace of Wm. King, at
Jr. Urc'ptpon, Wa Lv w ufa.' ~-t. night. Mr. King,
aged 78, and his sister, Mrs. Maria Miller, aged 80
.were burnedio d.atb.
O'IAW.A, Dec. 22.-It is understood that tenders
wiI! sbortly be solicited 'or ,the construction of
S anot':' 100 miies of the PRcific Railway Wea ol
S Miniloba.
The h'amber easorn :'.1h his just closed at Chi-
cago has bLn withbo .:v, c:-eption the iost prosper.
qunaoarecord. Pri-q. t;arve ruled higher than foi
many year past. anil toe amnouat of lumber re.
colved by the city, nearly ,billion five' hundred
million reet. i., 20 per cent. larger than last year.
MoNmsAL, Dec. b'.--'ibe rumor is considered
correct that Mr. J3entl thbeBrazilian Consul Gen.
eral bthberte residing at L.ai Francisco, has beea
transferred by the g.mj.rw.- to Canada, and he will
Srside at Montreal. This step has been taken in
view of tlie expected !ev-er relations. between the
two countries.
u the' Ed -. cf ths -Royal Gazette.
J'r. Sn,--- Whilu v iz. Gearge'o s a few days
mi.e, If. li.. S. Altmrcoe, kindly l aned for the
purpose, came oa tu from the R,,y,i NavalYard
tully provided wti., srta pumps, &'.. to make an
".r. to raise ti.o .L)'c.rtU (A'lohe, Z., partially
lalonritbh aorrt., ;hich ,.A; e, wa:s scuttled and
Su.. in at L..r;- .. ..i, months ago. On
YF', l',y at I tact tI ta.,:er wh, had charge of the
.'.core, on t'he oeca ::,. on the Market 'Wharf,
S.. d Lad, 2 ho tf"ind me that they had
p r"f.wd 'or fot:i -ur, r ;: t La sunken vessel had
J. t,.- 'rL the ;'.-. d.a that, his opinion was
rhat all hrL bhls in her -ti .- been stopped.
I am tr y sorry ft- the .ae- purchaser, but still
hvj"c 1.- ~w i.cL ed.e r, t.7tru in' her. It was a
i:r1t un.or dir,6 c i.. :", and requires great

Do ctbo, 20, 18709. W.O.W.
I


T 1 ..P" ."P .;; --7 0 L
l., OF TH-E SAID TOWN,
g >re requested to meet at the Town,
Hall,
n ON
v ... L >.... ,-. ':
r 7th January, At II o'cloc!',
To Elect the
Mayor Aldermen and Common
Council,
For the ER'ing Year.
e N. A. BUTTERFIELD),
Mayor.
.....H m ~lton.- ~29th, J879... . .
a ""39^, .1.7.. -- .....
A, notice.

S iLL Persoehavin BILLSi against the
1 Schooner ,I ORl orton, l aster,
g will please torvd the same to the Office of
SMessrs. I. W. VAIKER & CO., by TO-
y MORROW, 31stnstant, at 10 o'clock.
d VAI-EVrINE HORTON,
8 Master Schr. Mora.
Haiilton, Dec. 30i 1879.

f ~Ntice.
s r fE ANNUAL tNERAL MEETING of
s, the BERMUD ROWING AND CRICKET
CLUB" will be held the Boat House, Ham-
ilton, on
7 Friday, the nd January,
e 1880, at 4'3'clock p.m.
F. LENOCK GODET,
Honorary Secretary.
Hamilton, 22nd Dec., 9.-2 S3p
d
t 'anred.
a, *,1 5, ,,a1. 1,.t:
I W, ell I ^ W C W )e
Apply on board !l. M. ," BoXER," Ireland
SIsland.
december 29, 1879.-I 1

lamilton' lotel.
SEGETAB1S4GS and
POULTRY bought 'lamilton
otel every TUESDAY aM PRIDAY at 10
a.m.
f Also, FRESH lMILK wanted daily.
f December 30, 1879.

-Xmas and vN( Year



G011) anarI LEAF
( -L ,. n ". r IrAPER
I issue PAP El, va colours
At the Royal Gazctt- ,t;- t.i Sore.
HI amilton, Dec. 16h, 187.- Sorea

.Dog Los-.

AST WELEK, from the Jol. v William
STaylor,"
A Black wf dig.
Any one finding the same and retutring it to
Mr. A. R. Thompson, or to the Undersigned,
will be suitably Rewarded.
JOHN CUtN 'AINGE1,
1HamiltonMaster Schr. William Ta1n "
Hamilton, Dec. 30, 1879.-1 pd

LL Persons are requested to

b sunday ACCOUNT5 ,:,,,, he Sub-

December 29;b, 1879. ,


NOTICE.


p


Under t e Big Shed, t
Under tlie Big Shed,


On Thursday next,
1st January, 1880,
30 EXTRA Family HAMS
15 Drums Halifax CODFISH
50 Boxes assorted CONFECTIONERY, in
5-lb. Boxes
12,000 Feet White Pine 1 Inch
BOARDS
30 Bls. Pure Fish GUANO, just received from
New York
2 Casks Italian CEMENT
20 Boxes assorted SOAP
10 Tubs Family BUTTER
20 Cases CLARET, 1 Doz. each
6 Do. Sherry WINE, I do. do.
6 Do. Port WINE, 1 do. do.
3 Do. CHAMPAGNE, 1 do. do.
23 Do. London Bottled ALE, 3 Doz. each
25 Galls. BRANDY and Scotch WHISKEY,
in Bottles
25 Bls. Table POTATOES
5 Boxes Black TOBACCO, 22 lbs. each
1 Case BOOTS and SHOES
50 Gross MATCHES, in 5 Gross Cases
5 Half Chests Oolong TEA
40 Packages FERINA
2 Ullaged Casks PORTER
20 Boxes SEGARS
2 Cases Condensed MILK
20 5 lb. Tins Family LARD
1 Ships BOAT, with Oars and Sails
2 Fat HOGS, from 100, to 200 lbs.
. 1 Black

P -_ : ." A
True to Collar
1 Good HORSE, Suitable to any
Work
1 Express WAGON, with Portable Seats
1 Brass Mounted HARNESS
And many other Articles that will appear
at the Sale.


B. W. WALKER


& CO.,
Auctioneers.


Hamilton, Dec. 29th, 1879.

Notice.

p ERSONS having CLAIMS against the
Steamers of the Quebec and Gulf Ports
Steamship Company of Quebec, Barque Eli-
za Barss," and the Undersigned, are notified
to present BILLS of the same with a demand
for payment by or before the o5th of Janaary,
1880.
TROTT & COX.
Hamilton, Bermuda, )
30th December, 1879.
Gazette and Colonist once.


()NE or Two Female Servants,
zo do General [louse Work.
ALSO, One or Two Reliable Young Men,
as Waiters. &c.
Apply at the Royal Gazette Office.
None need apply that cannot give good refer-
ences.
December 29, 1879.
Muscovado and Vacuum Pan



Now L.anding ex lBermuda,"
10 Hogsheads Muscovado SUGA It
SRx '" )Ieteor" from Demerara,
t0 Bis. Yellow V. P. DIT 'O
For Sale by the Undersigned.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton, 22nd l)ecr., 1879.-2 3p

Lost,
(_IN Friday last between the Residence of
-' ilip Ness, Esqr., Warwick, and the
Salt Kettle Ferry
A Bunch of 3 Small KEFS.
TPie Finder on leaving the same at the
" Royal Gazette" Office, will be Saitably Re-
warded.
Ilamnilton, Dec. 31st, 1879.


Pitch Pine.

Pitch Pine.


Tha Schr, TRAVELL R"
Is now discharging a splendid assortment of


And the attention of all persons interested is
respectfully invited to the Cargo while on the
Wharf during this week.
TROTT4 COX
Hamilton, December 30, 1879.-1
Colonist" once.

F or Rnent.
Ti'E DWELLING

VB H USE
a o


And


Tract of LUA
Parish.


N[) in


lately occupied by Mrs. LOUISA I:OSTOCK,
61 R 0 JVAT,"
containing Twelve Acres, more or less, e
i,;- from the Waters of Hamilton Ilarl:
the North, to the Main Road on the Sout]
Fo'w further particulars apply to
A. J. HODSDO
Hamilton, 29th December, 1879.


Paget


NOTICE.

The Sale of Mr. GEORGE OAK-
LEY'S EFFECTS, as Advertised to take
place on the 31st instant, has been Counter-
manded.
J. H. TROTT,
P. A. G.
December 27, 1879.






SPAR YARD, IRELAND ISLAND.

The following Entertaianment will be given at
the above Theatre,

On Friday next,
2nd January, 1880,
By Ladie- and Gentlemen of the Garrison.
For the Benefit of the Sailors' lome.
A Comedy in 3 Acts, entitled
T ;TTLL
'T H. a 1 5 V I T L"
To be followed hy a Doinestic Drama.
in one Act,
A HUSB:T17 D r7: C LO VER.
To conclude with the Screaming Farce,
A LA L^ WNATI' 0


Let or Lease.

',ENDERS will be received by the Under-
signed, till 12 o'clock, on
hursday, the e81 fJanq.
Next,
From Persons desirous of Renting by the year,
or of Leasing for a term of yen rs,
T owFer FPloo r of Ig9e

, iL -^.' i
in this Town,
The Room is very spacious, and can be made
suitable for almost any branch of business.
For particulars apply to
THOSE. J. WAIDSON,
23 Fiont Streot.
fHarniton, December 29, 1879.-2 3p

VHouse, Planting loand,
timberr & c.,
FOR POSITIVE SALE.

rTHRE PROPRIETOR of the
HERMITAGEI'," Smith's Parish, will
re,- ivo Tenders for the PROPERTY as it now
innq , N. omr-blo Po f t e t'ui lt
lMon,-y may remain on Mortgage.
No reasonable offer refused.
Address,
J. MATTHIEW JONES, Esqr.,
Halifax, N. .
December 27th, 1879.-3


P ITO) c m pj PIi
F LOOKING and SCANTLING,
l.ot of Rough Spruce BOAK l 1)S
Onion BOXES 56 ndih LATHlS
GARNVET SEED POTATOES
NAILS Tomato Box ENDS
rxS Gur!r-r
And a few Bags of PERUVIlN
GU3tA 0
OPtERED) FOR SALE BY
TRIOTT & COX.
flamillon, iermudaT,
December 23, 1879. 2


Y PAINTING.

HE. Undersigned having lately
arrived from America and having a thor-
ough knowledge of the PAINTING BUSI-
NESS in all its Branches, will be thankful
for a limited share of the Public Patronageo
lHaving taken the Shop in Parliament Street,
lately occupied by MR. RAMOUS, where all
Orders will meet with prompt attention. Terms
moderate.
WILLIAM S. HATCHARD.
iHamilton, Deer. 23, 1879.--3 ms.

I Portland Cement
Fire and Building BRICKS
Black TEA
Belmont Sperm CANDLES
On Sale-Low, by
N T. BUTT'ERFIELD & SON.
UHamilton, Dec. 22nd, 1879.-2 3p.

Wanted,
A A THOROUGHLY good plain COOK.
Apply, Mrs. HoiLT, Commissioners'
* House, Ireland Island.
No inexperienced person need apply.
December 29, 1879.


" Colonist" copy once and send bill
zette."
Jo Let.
ri hat Commodious Two
)welling called


-v.nshisr e II
. , 'ili, West of Prospect.
Occupied for the past two years by E.
SON, EsQS., !. E.
Apply to


Agent. ORMOND T. MIDD
lamilton, 29th Dec., 1879.-3


I


to Ga-



Story



DI'CKE.q-


4ETON.


Notice to Public Credit-
ors.

Colonial Secretary's Office
IAMILTON, 29ri DrFCEMBER, 1870.
LL, Persons having D)EMIANDS against the
t Public Treasury for services or supplies
authorised by Law and which have heretofore
teen paid by the Public Treasury in virtue of
such legal authority, are hereby required to
render their respective Accounts-in duplicate--
duly vouched and eertTficd and made up to the
31st day of this present Month of December,
to the Clerk of iHer Majesty's Council,
On or before the Sth day of Janu-
ary, 1880.
In order that the same may be audited and
paid under the provisions of the Audit Act 1879
and submitted to the Committees of Quarterly
Accounts in accordance with the Act No. 4, of
Session 2 of 1851, entitled An Act to provide
for the quarterly auditing and payment of the
claims of certain Public Creditoro."
N. B.--Salaries of Public Officers and An-
nuitants are not affected by this notice.
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTETR,
1 Colonial Secretary.


A-


FESTIVAL.


rt HE Ladies' Aid Society, No. 3,
Somerset, will hold A FESTIVAL
3t the New B,. ., E. School Room,
On Fri d ay,
*Jany. 2nd, 1880.
The Mozart Favorite BAND will be in at-
tend ance.
Doors opened at 4 o'clock P.M.
Admission I/.
Proceeds in aid of the above-named Place.
December 29, 1879.
N.B.-Thoee will be a BOAT sent to Ham-
ilton to convey Passengers thence and back.

Notice.

T-S LADIES' AID No. 1, Hamilton (D. V.)
intend Repeating their ANCIENT
SCENES withtwo additions
On Thursday Evening,
8th January, 1880.
At the B. M. E. Place of Worship.
Doors open at 71 o'clock.
Price of Admission 1/. Children half price.
SARAH SPENCER,
Secy.
Come one! Come all!!
Hamilton, Dec. 30th, 1879.-2*

Received at the Royal
-Gazette Stationery Store
From London via New York, and direct.

L EDG E RS
Foolscap Forrel Covered Account
BOOKS, Long Folio and Common,
White and ITlue Paper 2 to 7 Quire.
Foolscap Forrel Covered BOOKS, Ruled
ft. only
Letter BOOKS, 1, 2 and 4 Quire
Pass BOOKS, all Sizes
FOO(LSCAP-VWhite and Blue Laid, Plain
Ruled Faint and for Accounts
.NVELOPIS,'-Official Letter and Note
Cricket STUMPS and Match BALLS
&c., &c., &c.
Hlamilton, Dec. 30th, 1879.

For Sale


T' he House and
LAND in Warwick Parish, belonging to the
Estate of the late GiorGts J. PATTON ; bounded
on the North by Land of Mrs. Madalin
Lightbdurn ; East, by a Tri,)e Road ; South, by
the Main Road, and West, by a Tribe Road.
The IIOUSE is a Two Story one, and has
Fonr Bedrooms, a large Drawing Itoo'n, Two
1'arlours, Two Hall., )no :itting Room, Pan- .
try and Kitchen. There are about Six Acres
of LAND, on which are a Finit Garden and
Two Outhouses; and, as the Road on the
East of the Premises will shortly be improved
the Property will be within a few minutes walk
of the Salt Kettle Ferry.
For further Particulars apply to
3. J. HODSDON.
No. 2 West Front Street, Hamilton, "
December Ist, 1879.-tff3p C


LIST OF UTNCLIIED LETTERS IN THE
Post Office, Hamil'on, 29th December, 1879.
John Adams, J E Atkinson,'Jozo Silveira de Froza
Betamcurte, Eva Jan Butterfield, Joseph Basden,
Ruth iBurran, Mary Brown, J N Bean, Peter Bas-
sett, E H Bradford, Benj Burch, Manoel Machado
Betamneurte, Thomas Curtis, Joao Cabral, Fraser
Deshield, R, C Dill, F A Davenport, Lucius Dill,
Thos Dickinson, Nora Elliot, George Flood, Dr
Roberts or Griffiths, Antonio Jose Gomez, J Itermon,
Robert Hall, Mary Hinson, Francisco Ignacio, Jane
Ingham, Thomas Jones, 'Helen Keil, Mrs Wrn 0
King, Jose Mlanoel Loppy, Mrs Major Leagh, An-
tonio Jose Machado, Mrs B P Masters, Allen Mc-
Carthy, Thomas Milton, Jean Marie Henri, Percivel
Ming, M Morris, Peter M Napier, Olio Olsen, P
O'B'ien, Thomas O'Brien, A S Perry, Mary B
Pearman, John Reed, A A Rahwbisons,, Z..:bia
Steed, Antonio de Souza Sequeira, Stephei Sbirli<,
Samuel Smith, Elizabeth Simmons, John Smith,
Peter Simmons, Aubrey Saihus, Mr, A 11 Y Smith,
Georg6 Spencer, Antonio S Scares, Mrs A W
Smith, Jose Pereira de Silva, Mary J Swan, Manuel
Dutra Silva Matilda Tucker, Th.imas Turner, Joseph
G Tucke', Albert Tucker, Louisa 'Trott, E S Tuck-
er, J Trott, Benj Virgin, Catherine William-,
Helena Williams, E S Williams, Miss E T Williams,
A Wilson.
UNCLAIMED LEI'FERS IN THE POSt OF.
FICE ST. GEORGE's., Dccmbr 29, 1-.9.
Mrs G Bevern, Hlenry B Burchal, Amy Burchall,
H C Dawson, Thomas Ridgoud, Dougla- Stew,,rt,
I Joshua Simmis.


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