BERMUDA COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER.
No. 17 -Vol. Ll. STATE SUPER VZAS ANTZQUAS. 24s per Ann
Ifamiltioi, Bernmauda, Tuesday, .pril 23, 18 78.
[Wr'7itht cxpr,r. sli for the Bermnada Royal Gazette]
: C ompulsion.
There is something in the very word that is un-
.palatable. It implies a bridling of mind and limb,
and a reduction to an involuntary machine, of the
whole being. It'sa good thing that comes of a
will" is a proverb trite and true. One volunteer is
worth ,ine press men. The difference between
what is voluntary and involuntary is very great.
We will do far more as individuals; if we are not
compelled, whether itbelour ordinary employment or
occupation, or one of these outside eugrossings which
many undertake. It is consummate tact in a ruler
or, master to secure compliance with wishes, or
obedience to orders, as much as possible on the part
of those controlled, as a ready obedience to their
own will. There are those who possess this per-
sonIal magnetism in an eminent degree, and they
are gigantic minds who chain others with a grate-
ful yoke, and who cement the whole political and
social fabric. Those, who exercise'the greatest con-
trol, are they who mildly enforce' their > wills so
much so, that the' action achieved seems to be more
the act of the doer himself altogether. It is a rare
virtue to be thus able to influence a wvhole commu-
nity and happy the people who have such controll-
ers among them -to direct and encourage. We
take readily &t such persons, why, we cannot ex-
actly tell, but *we are instinctively drawn to them.
The dependence of one mind on another is somewhat
c'rioms,and still more that of many miuds on tlhe
w. But this controlling power, to be effective,
must by no means be compulsive. When compul-
sion enters, tyranny springs up, and with it is be-
gotten retaliitom y dislikes, and-the spirit of rebel-
lion is naturally engendered. .
The successfull schoolmaster is he- who drills his
pupils in the mysteries of knowledge and in the
science of morals, in such a way that.the druggery
of compulsion seems almost entirely annihilated.
As far as possible, the acquisition of knowledge
should be made as little of a task as can be, and
genius directed easily into the channels of its ,owp
particular bent. That there is no, royal road to
learning is but too true. The path is beset with
many difficulties, calling for much industry, and
needing all encouragement. A disgust is, however,-
only too frequently begotten by-. aj1 in juvdichous-
system of training, compulsion being substituted
for a gentle stimulating of natural talent. And
frequently there is an utter disregard of the special
bent of genius, it being driven too often against
its own inclination, into courses utterly repugnant
to it. In all cases the character and incliuation of
the individual should 'be considered, and education
followed' out accordingly. The versatility of tfnlent
would thus be the more fully bought out, and the h
community would benefit more by the variety of
Music, for instance, is considered an essential part
of a lady'~ training, and playing the piano has
come now to be a compulsory part of their educa-
tion. But there are many ladies who freely confess
.that this accomplishment, for which they had no
natural inclination, has been forced on them at the
expense of their own feelings and the trial of their
patience. In the training of children much de-
pends upon the manner in which they are dealt
with. Two similar types of disposition will be dif-
ferently developed under different systems. That
system which tends to compulsion, which compels a
child to do right, only for fear of a cat-of-nine-tails,
and not for any intrinsic love of what is right and
truthful, is radically defective. Many a noble dis-
position has been soured in consequence, and the
very principle in their character, which would have
been otherwise beneficial, becomes an evil propen-
sity. Firmness, seasoned with kindness, is the sort
of compulsion which is most endurable, and which
bears fruit to advantage.
In labour there is a dignity, which specially ap-
pertains to it, but how many have been so taught to
labour in patient perseverance ? Is it not too true
that many are now brought up with the idea that
labour is not respectable, that, absurd plea, which
many so ruinously make to their own disadvantage.
and the impoverishment of the community among
which they dwell. And is not this largely due to
the wrong principles which are acted on, making'
labour compulsory and distasteful, instead of im-
pressing it, which it really is, as, a condition con-
ucive to mental. and physical efficiency and conse-
quent happiness. Remove this sting of compul-
sion, and the thorn of offence disappears. It is
quite true, that, without labour, there can be no
meat, but, though thorns and thistles will grow,
labour is not devoid of its sweetness. It is a false
philosophy which gives to labour that compulsory
character, which renders it repulsive and disagree-
able. Educate youth to its dignity as well as
its necessity, and life will have in it more sweetness
as well as more usefulness.
The evil effects of compulsion are seen in several
different ways. The overbearing demeanour of a
youth towards his fellow, in a spirit of compulsion,
lads4 to strife and its concomitant evils. In ma-
tured manhood thi mischievous principle becomes
more apparent, leading to unpleasant dictation,
which, if resented, leads to aggravated troubles. It
matters not how iuch a person is inchlined to do
anything of his own accord, if compelled to do the
same thing exptly,, a spirit of opposition will cer-
aixily shew itself. So that great judgment is
kpeqisite in dealing with people. As a rule, it will
be found beneficial and conducive to a harmonious
rogreys, to prompt action from individual free will.
The voluntary principle is undoubtedly the correct
We may carry our examination still further, and
.consider the case of nations. It would be interest-
ing to know how many ruptures of diplomatic in-
tercourse have been the consequents of a compul-
sory policy, and that too, when the demands made,
if they had been couched in moderate language,
would probably have met with a ready response.
Thou shalt not, is en imperious command, which
brings withitno commendation. There need not
necessarily be any lack of firmness, or any weakness
of determination, in a system which appeals to the
freedom of the will rather than the strong coercion
of it. What has been said of the individual char-
acter is true also of the national. The aggregate
of units is as the units. There is the same abhor-
rence in the individual and in the nation.
1 Compulsion is seldom necessary, and rarely
advisable. Where a master has only a compulsory
control over his servant, there is no honest consci-
entious service. Only so far as it is necessary will
compliance be yielded, the. service will become
strictly an eye service. Depend upon it, a servant
*will do more left to his own sense of duty than
from a compulsory insistence. ` It is derogatory
alike to master and servant that those relations of
mutual confidence should be disturbed. I say
unto this man go and he goeth, and to my servant do
this, and he doeth it." Not from compulsion but of
a ready mind, are we to look for actions conducive
to all descriptions of progress, and to personal no-
It were easy to multiply examples and to enlarge
on compulsion. But what has been said will sug-
gest others, and tend to prove that neitherhappiness,
nor progress are to. be attained by a dictatorial
course of action. In reading over the proceedings
of our Assizes, the sentences passed on criminals
derive most of their force from being compulsory.;
Labour is good and bread and water diet, substitu-
ted for ordinary rations, not at. all unhealthy, so
much so that many prisoners, on their exit from
,their term of imprisonment, owing to the beneficial
results of labour and regularity of habits, never
looked better in their lives. But th1 e severity con-
sists in its being compulsory and going against the
grain, and in this respect the punishment is a cor-
rection as regards the culprit, and a warning to any
evil disposed to shun offences of which the law will
surely in its potency take cognizance. Because the
Court condemns to hard labour, it must by no means
be supposed that labour is in itself distasteful. It
is possible that the condemned would, of his own
accord, do far more than the law demands of him.
The oppression of the law is in its compelling him.
Neither must it be thought that labour to be palat-
able must be wanting in system. That.,in other
words tobe endured, it must be suffered to depend
on the whims of fancy. This would be as much as
admitting, that an irregular appetite was the most
desirable. As experience proves that an appetite
produced, with some degree of regularity, leads to
the greatest relish, so regularity of action in gene-
ral is, from every standpoint, the most desirable,for
personal] and public salubrity.
In the nurture and education of youth, the chief
aim should be to instil principles, which have their
foundation on the voluntaryprinciple, by which the
mind will seem to be evolved of its own free motion,
rather than forced into conventional forms, destruc-
tive alike of personal virtues and of public useful-
ness. "That I will not that. I do" is usually the
result of a system of force which looks only at the
end aimed at, whatever it may be, rather than the
means sought after, to attain it. Humanity is
tractable, and will be charmed into compliance by a
gentle persuasion, but will recoil in horror under
the (oppressive yoke of compulsion. This suggests
a comparison between a Parliamentary and a des-
potic system of government, and explains why the
former commends itself to the great bulk of man-
kind as seurin te greatest happiness to the
DETACHMENT OF "H" COMPANY, 46TH REGIMENT,
v. 12TH COMPANY R.E.
At Boaz Island, on Saturday the 6th instant, a
most interesting match was played between the
above teams, resulting in an easy victory for the
Detachment. The bowling of Sergt. Cull and Pri-
vate Jones of the 46th, and that also of Corporals
.Adams and Bloom, of the Royal Engineers, was
excellent, and the fielding on both sides all that
could be desired. Scores as follows :
lst Innings. 2nd Innings.
Blakesley, run out 2 thrown out 0
Taylor, b Bloom ........ 6 c. Adams ........ 0
Jones, b. Adams ........ 1 c. Adams ........ 2
Crawley, b. Adams ...... 1 b. Adams ........ 4
Sergt. Cull, b. Adams.... 0 not out .......... 7
Boland, b. Adams....... 0 b. Adams ........ 0
Colnri'-Sfr- rf. green. l.b.w 2 b. Adams ........ 3
Lt. Verschoyle, b. Adams 12
Goodall, b. Bloom........ 0
Keenan, not out ........ 2
b. Bloom ........ 3
b. Adams ........ 1
c. Stubbs ...... 2
Slyfield, e. Morrison 0
Extras ...... 14
Total............ 37 Total ...... 36
12TH COMPANY R.E.
Morrison, run out .....
Ferguson, b. Jones ......
Adams, b. Jones ........
Bloom, b. Cull .........
COlquhoun, b. Cull .....
Baile, b. Jones .........
Stone, run out .........
Evans, not out.........
Clarke, b. Jones .......
Extras .... ...
. 8 e. Jones .......... 2
. 0 b. Jones0.......... 0
1 b. Jones ....... 0
S2 c. Boland ........0
. 0 b. Jones ......... 3
. 0 Thrown out ...... 0
. 1 b. Jones.......... 3
. 1 b. Jones........... 8
. 0 run out .......... 0
, 0 not out .......... 0
Grey, c. Crawley .. 0
. 1 Extras.... 5
.14 Total ......21
About the first
week in May will be Sold,
Z6TOD 64 ,
(Can be used either as an open or close carriage)
O .JE.DO G. CJS T,
Built at Quebec; Pole and Shafts complete.
One Cottage Piano,
Thoroughly acclimatised and recently put into
perfect order and tune.
For further particulars apply to THE FLAG
LI EUTENANT, Clarence Hill.
April 13, 1878.
E. CRj/ WLEY,
Mail Contractor, Somerset.
April 16th, 1878.
Sale of Pews
,I St. John's( Chiurch
Will be exposed to Public
Town Iasmi, tiIni iltoi,
The 27th April Instant, at 12 o'clock, Noon,
'Pews in St. John's Ch iehl, Pembroke, Num-
2, 566 59 and 63.
Church Vestry Clerk.
Pebroke Parish, April 15, 1878.-2
aO TI CE.
Theatrical Performance I
AT THE ABOVE THEATRE, .
ddvertised Jor the 11th,' 12th andj
31th of pril,
25th, 26th and 27th
Of same 1 ionth,, "
April 8, 1878.
The Professional Lije assurance
A FINAL DIVIDEND of 54d. in the pound,
making with those previously paid 12s.
5jd. in the pound, is now in course of payment
at tihe offices of the European Society Arbitra-
By order of the Arbitrator,
S. LOWELL PRICE, Joint Official
JNO. YOUNG. \ Liquidator.
20th March, 1878.-2
3 Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, S.W.
To be ,'old.
BY BROADWOOD. Trichord Treble.
F. J. P. SHAPCOTE, Esq., R.N.,
Ilonble. J. Harvey's Cottage,
Ap 13, 1878.-2 Mangrove Bay, Somerset.
A ND S 11OE M ,AKER,
AND GENERAL REPAIRER,
One door South of Mr. F. PAINuIN'S, Burnaby
Hamilton, April 16, 1878.-2
Per Cd AIJ 13L,
A Small Quantity of Choice
As the supply is limited, persons wishing to
purchase had better call early at 46 and 47
Front Street, Hamilton, where will be found
the best assortment of CIGARS, CIGAR-
ETTES and TOBACCO in Bermuda.
H. A. GRANTHAM.
Hlamiiton, April 2, 1878.
()N the evening of the 11th instant, on the
North Shore Road of Pembroke Parish,
East of the Ducking Stool,
.*1 Carriage Rug.
Whoever has found the same and will leave
it at the Gazette Office will be rewarded.
April 13, 1878.
O N Friday Evening 5th Instant,
between Paget and Hamilton,
A STRIPED RUG,
Anyone bringing it to MR. WINTER, Ordnance
Office, Hamilton, will be Rewarded.
'April 16th, 1878.
Heney's auction .Mart.
On Friday Next,
At 11 o'clock, A.M.,
And each succeeding Friday until further notice,
SWrill Sell by .fa ictlioin,
In Front of my Office, Queen Street,
As may appear for Sale on that day.
Goods received up to 10 o'clock, a.m., on
each Friday, and prompt returns every Saturday.
W. J. HE.NEY,
For Sale and on Exhibition, a large ussoctment
of PRANG'S World renowned
.aster, Scripture, Birthday, Visiting and
S. A YOUNG,
Sole Agent for L. PliANG & Co., in Bermuda.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
DRY and FANCY
At No. 1 West Front Street,
April 9th, 1878.-3 pd
Fm'ront iD Caertzag,
Yellow Vacuum-pan-in Barrels
White Vacuum-pan do
M uscovado, in Barrels
At Low Rates for CASH.
S. S. INGHAM.
Hamilton. 25th February, 1878.
PO WER & FRITH,
11HE Subscribers have this day entered into
Attorneys, Solicitors, Notaries,
The business will be conducted under the style
and firm of
POWER & FRITH.
OFFICES-166 Hollis Street, over the offices
of Messrs. Almon & Mackintosh.
L. G. POWER.
J. HARVEY FRITH.
Halifax, 1st. Foby, 1878.
Bei muda Produce.
To T. X,. Evoy 4 ,6So.s,
West Washington Market,
Will have every facility afforded. them during
the coming Season, by
Office, Queen Street, Hamilton.
March 18th, 1878.-tf.
JAS. A. JUDGE,
IN FRUIT AND PRODUCE,
46 4. 48 Blroad dv. West, Wash-
ington Mdlarket, A.Y.
0f1HE Undersigned represents this Season in
Bermuda the above house. Consignments
of PRODUCE solicited, for which he can as-
sure highest market rates and prompt returns.
JAMES H. BUTLER,
15 Front Street.
March 26, 1878.-tf
In this Town,
A Comfortable and Conveniently
Furnished or Unfurnished,
Apply at the Royal Gazette" Office.
Hamilton, March 12th, 1878.
To all whom it may Concern,
H H E Undersigned intending to
Close Business, respectfully requests all
Persons who are Indebted to him to pay their
respective Amounts on or before the 31st of
May next. All unsettled Accounts after that
date, unless satisfactory arrangement be made
for the same, WILL, WITh1OUT FAIL, be
placed in legal hands for collection.
All Acclouts against the Subscriber are re-
quested- to be rendered not later than 1st of
June, for adjustment,
BEIRMUDA PRODUCE purchased
throughout the Season, at Market prices.
JOHN IIA !RNET'i
Hamilton, 9th April, 1878.
R. II. MILLER.
Miller & Spencer,
306 Washington Street,
All persons desirous of shipping to the above
I address will be afforded every accommodation
by applying to our Agent,
THEOQ OUTERBRIDG E,
Reid Street, !lamiltoi,
Bermuda, January 2, 1878.
R. Hayicard 4 Co,
General Shipping and
Com i itSsion Icrcisults,
52 EXCHANGE I'PLA CE,
Solicited to above address and forwarded free of
Highest Market Rates guaranteed, and Re-
turns promptly made.
-Cash payable in termudr or New York at
F. D. S. NASH,
61 Front Stieet.
Hamilton, February 25, 1878-tf
To Farmers and Shippers of
BE RMA UDA PRODUCGEs
^| AVING had several years experience in this
line of business, I desire to continue in
the same during the coming Crop Season, and
respectfully solicit any consignments you may
forward to this Market. I will endeavour to
realize the highest Market prices, render Sales
and Remittances promptly.,
MR. THOSE. H. PITT,
Of Hamilton, Bermuda,
Will attend to receiving and invoicing all Con-
signments for me, and will give all information
necessary for benefit of Shippers.
I remain, your, &c.,
M. F. JUDGE,
With Messrs. O'Connor & Judge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
5m New York.
P E s O N S desirous of Con-
w.lessrs. Middleton 4 Co.,
Will please call upon MI. SAMUEL A. MAS-
TE RS, Front Street, who will attend to the
Shipment of their goods, as heretofore.
Hamilton, Feby. 12th, 1878.-3 mi
A. EMILIUS OUTERBRIDOE.
JoHN S. ScOTT.
1. Emilius Outerbridge
Shipping and Commission
.No. 29 BROADWAr,
Agents for ,29 NR W YORK.
Quebec & Gulf Ports S. S. Co.,
New York and West India Division.
Jany. 7, 1878.
A Handsome Walnut Wood
aitA? M m 1 0
BY CHIAPPELL & CO., LONDON,
Good Tone, has stood the climate well.
To be seen at the DEPUT'Y-INSPECTOR-GEXER-
AL's Residence, R. N. Hospital, Ireland Island.
ACil ow & Heifer.
Apiil 8, 188.-'tif
BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTe.
EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSERl.
VATIONS taken under the diiret ion of the Priincipil
Medical Officer, r'ro.sp-ct, Bermuda. Above the .iea
138 0 51*6
Hamilton, april 23, 1878.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
April 20th, 1878.
'HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR has been
Pleased to appoint
Richard J. P. Darrell, Esqr.,
To be a Member of the Public Works Board.
By His Excellency's Command,
R. E. WEBSTER,
1 Colonial Secretary.
April 22-*Str. General Meade, Cowell, New York;
assorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & Cox.
Bchr. A. S. Wiley, Rich, Boston, Mass.; assorted
cargo to T. H. Pitt.
Schr. Lizzie Titus, Phillips, New York ; assorted car-
go to S. S. Ingham.
Brigi. Rover, White, Demerara; sugar and molasses
Sto S. S, Ingliam.
Schr. Jem, Hall, Philadelphia; 50 tons coal to John
April 18-Mail Str. Canima, Liddicoat, New York;
351 boxes beets, 2 boxes cucumbers, 3.380 boxes
onions, 1,912 b1s. and 8 half bls. potatoes, 10,089
boxes and 1 crate tomatoes.
22-Brigt. Annie, Nicholson, Nova Scotia.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
April 20-R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, Halifax;
English mail of the 3rd instant, passengers and
merchandise.-Agent. J. M. Hayward.
April 20--R. M. Steamer Alpha, Crowell, St. Thomas;
mails and passengers.
The Brigt. Excelsior has been chartered to convey
corn, ex Monarchy, to Cork, Ireland, for orders, and
will sail about end of present week.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha, from Halifax on Sat-
urday last.-Capt. Holt, R.M.L.I., Mrs Holt, 2 child-
ren and Servant, Lt. Horniblow, R.M.L.I. and Servant,
Capt. Gamble, Royal Artillery, Capt. J. M. Low, 46th,
Lts, Morris, Harvey and Beauchamp, 46th Regt., Lt.
Nearin, 19th Regt., Nav. Lt. Stephens, to succeed Navy.
Lt. James C. Thomas, H.M.S. Terror, Mrs. Gilbert
Shaw, Mr. George Whittin, Engineer, R.N. and Mr.
R,J. Sweet, and Mr. G. W. Hendershotfor St.'Thomas.
-2nd Cabin, Mrs. Hopkins and 2 children, Charles
In the Steamship General Meade, yesterday from New
York:-Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lawrence, Dr. and Mrs.
L. D. Buckley, Dr. A. J. Maddens, Messrs. F. H. Arl-
semn and F. Jackson, Jr.
In the R. M. Steamer Alpha, for St. Thomas, on
Saturday last.-Mrs. James B. Morrow, Miss ;Mor-
row, Mrs. Slayter, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Dickinson, child and servant, Miss Walker, Miss Joell,
Mr. C. W. Cooper, Mr. Jas. W. Roche.-2nd Cabin,
Mrs. Hermann, R. A., Mrs. J. Boyce.-Deck, Chris-
In the Mail Steamer Canima on Thursday last for
New York:-Mrs. and Miss Paul, Mrs. and Master
Kinney, Mr., Mrs., Miss and H. D. Wieman, Mrs.
Jessie and Miss Emma Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Hamil-
ton, Miss Schussell, Miss Hibbard, Captain Newman,
46th Regt., Lieuts. Verschoyle and Perkins. 46th
Regt.,,Mr. and Master Halgarton and servant, Messrs.
Nicholas, Joseph W. and W. W. Paul, Norman M.
Jones, Thomas J. Stewart, Richard Bennett, J. H.
Banks, C. Catlin, B. R. Southworth.-Second Cabin,
Nelson Atwood, John Basil, J. W. Gauntlett, G. R.
G. Jones.-Steerage, John Wilson.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN PORT OF ST. GEORGE.
Monarchy, Pearce, nearly ready for sea.
Continental, Tupper, repairing
Timie, Tomassich, ballasting
San Rafacl, Cacace, taking on board cargo ex Clara
Y7br hile, Gray, repairing
Tropic Bird, refitting.
Altasala, Murch, repairing
Uncle Tom, Myers, refitting.
Steamer Glensannox, Madon, hence at New York, in
in 4 days.
Eliza Barss, Hollis hence at New York on 16th inst.,
in 6 days. To leave on return on 19th.
H. M. S. Sirius, Captain Sulivan,left on Saturday
last for Halifax. -
Capt. White, of the Brigt. Rover, will please accept
our thanks for a copy of the Demerara Colonist of the
His Excellency G. C. Strahan, Governor of Barba-
dos and Captain in the Royal Artillery, has been pro-
moted to the rank of Major, and has since retired from
David Mullins and Henry Gardner, two seamen of
the ship Naturalist, have been found guilty of the mur-
der of a puntman named Benjamin Solay, when along-
side that ship in the Demerara River on the 25th March.
We are much pleased to be able to state that
Swinton C. Holland, Esqr.,Fla~g Lieutenant to Ad-
miral Sir Cooper Key, K.O.B., &c., has been pro-
moted to the rank of Commairder.
PEMBROKE GRAMMAR SCHOOL ATHLE-
We are requested to announce that the Athletic
Sports, in connection with Pembroke Grammar
School, will take place, (weather permitting), on the
spacious field which T. Fowle Tucker, Esqr., has
generously placed at their disposal, on Saturday
next, commencing at twelve noon'. By the kind
permission of Colonel Bennett and Officers of the
46th Regiment, the fine band of the Regiment will
be in attendance during the afternoon. The Steeple
Chases will be run on the previous day and persons
desirous of witnessing the contests are invited to
attend at the end of the road leading past the Pem-
broke Sunday School building at half-past eleven.
Bermuda Produce in New York Market on 18th
Potatoes... ........... .a........ $9-00
Onions..*...** ********** ** ***50
Beets............... ...... .... 1-25
Tomatoes of fair quality............ 1"00
Tomatoes generally badly packed and soft; had
they been prime, $1'26 could have been obtained
t(- LADY KEY wishes to make known to her
friends that she will not be AT HOME~ on Wed-
nesday next the 24th instant.
PEACE STILL UNCERTAIN.
There is very little change in the Eastern Com-
plications. Whatever may be the status of the
diplomatic negotiations, they are known with cer-
tainty only to those who conduct them. That there
are such negotiations there can be no doubt, and
the inferences formed with respect to them vary
each day. At one moment they are stated to be
good for peace; at the next moment their complex-
ion is all gloomy again. The tenor of the foreign
news published in the New York papers varies
greatly in the same issue, as the news is later or
earlier in reaching the press. There is little room to
doubt that Russia has very greatlylowered her tone,
and that she is doing her best to satisfyfAustria'and
to form an alliance with Turkey. There is little room
to doubt that Germany has been trying to arrange
the basis for some assemblage of the great Powers.
Prince Bismarck has suggested that if the cession
of Armenia, the retrocession of Bessarabia, and the
payment of the indemnity be conceded to Russia,
the other points of the Treaty of San Stefano could
probably be settled by the proposed or possible
Congress. This is all for Russia. He is also re-
ported to have said that he could not make more
urgent representations to Russia than he has done,
as the rejection of more emphatic overtures would
lead to open rupture. This would seem to be
against Russia. Germany seems to be almost as
earnest in favor of the Congress as Austria, and the
disposition of the latter country for that mode of
settling the vexed questions in dispute has never
varied. It is a game of cross purpose: with Aus-
tria as well as with Turkey and Russia. One part
of the Austrian army and people is altogether
against war with Russia; the other part longs for
it. Turkey cannot decide whether het interests
will be best served by making terms with her con-
queror, or by seeking the help and countenance of
England again. The intrigues and efforts of Rus-
sia are incessant. It is a business in which she is
most expert, and the vacillations of Austria and
Turkey both show the effect of her diplomacy.
There is no evidence that England has yet shif-
ted from her demand that the whole Treaty must
be submitted to any Congress that may be conven-
ed. It is probable that some of the propositions of
Germany for a different basis of deliberation have
been considered, but it is not known that a harmonious
conclusion is any nearer. Parliament has adjourn-
ed for the Easter recess to the. 6th of May, and
Ministers stated that there was nothing in the situ-
ation of affairs to make the adjournment improper.
The announcement is made simultaneously with the
adjournment, that five new ironclads are to be put
in commission, and that ten thousand of the native
troops have been ordered from India to Malta. At
one of the last meetings of Parliament, Lord Salis-
bury explained away certain expressions of Lord
Derby which Austria had taken exception to.
They were to the effect stated above, that a large
part of the Austrian forces would be unwilling to
bear arms against Russia. Lord Salisbury said
that this statement was on Lord Derby's personal
responsibility, as there were no facts warranting it
to be found in the Foreign Office. This somewhat
unusual course toward a late colleague in Office,
and so distinguished a member of the Conservative
party as Lord Derby, would denote that England
was anxious to preserve her friendly relations with
Austria, and deemed the occasion for their acting
together had not passed.
Admiral and Mrs. Somerset left here for Halifax
in H. M. S. Sirius, on Saturday last, en route for
England. Admiral Somerset has for some years
held the position of Captain Superintendent of H.
M. Naval Yard, Ireland Island, during which time
he has, by his systematic and conscientious mode
of carrying out the responsible duties of his office,
in a manner highly creditable to himself, won
the respect, and even esteem of those who have
served under him. In his position as Captain
Superintendent of the Naval Yard, Admiral Som-
erset has had frequent opportunities of furth-
ering the interests of the commercial communi-
ty of these Islands, and we have never heard of
an instance of an application made to him to that
end, that he has not renderedit, if not incompatible
with the direct interests of H. M. Service. In this
particular, we, as Vice Consul for France and Italy
can add our personal knowledge of Admiral Som-
erset's kindness in aiding the commercial marine of
other countries as well as that of England, and we may
instance an application made "by telegram," and in
a threatening storm, on behalf of an Italian ves-
sel, which has only just left our Islands, for the
assistance of a steam tug, which was promptly
complied with. It is not to be wondered at there-
fore, that Admiral Somerset carries with him the
sincere good wishes of the Inhabitants generally of
these Islands, for his future health, and success in
that service of which he is an ornament. Mrs.
SSomerset from her social and amiable disposition,
will be a great miss, particularly among the plea-
sure seekers of the Bermudas.
The Churches generally in Bermuda were, on
Sunday last, handsomely decorated with flowers
and evergreens, the exquisite large white lily being
very conspicuous throughout. We are told there
were upwards of 400 of these beautiful flowers in
the decorations of Holy Trinity Church.
1 We are inforined that Admiral Sir Cooper
Key, K.O.B., FR.S., &c;, &c., inspected the Royal
Marine Detachment at Ireland Island, under the
command of Captain J. M. W. Silver, on Thursday
last; and that His Excellency took the opportunity
of con gratuat ing Capt.'Silver, before the men, on
the efficient and creditable condition in which he
found the Company.
WAR OFFICE, PALL MALL, March 15.-Royal En-
gineers.-Lieut. J. Matheson to be Captain.
TOBACCO PLANTING Ir BERMUDA.-Some tobacco
seed, obtained of Mr. H. A. Grantham, Front
Street, Hamilton, planted in the lands of Mr. J. W.
Harnett, Springfield, Pagets, on the 10th of this
month, is already up and looking very healthy.
Mr. John Sante informs us that in Havana seed
planted in the most favoured positions, would not
arrive at the forward state of the above, under three
An Inquisition was held at the Royal Naval Hos-
pital, on the 18th instant, before Charles C Keane.
Esquire, Coroner, on view of the body of a man named
George Phillips, engine room artificer, of H. M. Flag-
ship Bellerophon, who was found drowned on the South
Side of Boaz Island, on the morning of the same day.
To CORRESPONDENTS.-" A RESIDENT'S" commuf-
nication has been received. We are satisfied that
a statement of the exposure complained of would
be promptly attended to by the resident Magistrate
of his Parish.
From Newfoundland we learn that the steamers
Leopard and Tiger, belonging to Messrs. W. Grieve
& Co., had returned to St. Johns from the ice with
12,000 seals each.
The St. Lawrence river was open to the Gulph.
Ocean vessels were expected to reach Montreal on
35 quarts of strawberries were imported into New
York mostly from South Carolina during the week
ending the 10th instant, best quality sold at 40 cents
THE LATE CAPTAIN FERRIER, R.E.
We have had kindly sent us a-copy of the following
General Order, in reference to the late Captain Ferrier.
HEAD QUARTERS, Hamilton, Bermuda,
17th April, 1878. 5
[No. 10.]-It is with feelings of great regret-that His
EXCELLENCY THE MAJOR GENERAL COMMANDING-
IN-CHIEF, has to announce to this Garrison, that of-
ficial intelligence has been received confirming the sad
news of the death of Captain Louis FERRIER, Royal
Engineers, who was so lately serving in this command.
This Officer was drowned off the coast off the Isle of
Wight, on the afternoon of Sunday the 24th March,
1878, owing to the foundering of H. M. S. Eurydice.,
His EXCELLENCY feels that in Captain Ferrier the
service has lost a very promising officer, whose pro-
fessional merits were enhanced by an amiability of dis-
position and geniality of manner, which rendered him
popular with his men and a favourite with his brother
(Signed) ED. STANLEY CREEK,
Major of Brigade.
Among other notices received by the English Mail
via Halifax on Saturday last, relative to the late
greatly lamented Captain Ferrier, was the following
from a dear friend who knew him well in Bermuda.
Nearly the last words we heard the kind hearted Cap-
tain utter were, "I am going for a short trip to Eng-
land to see my mother, I will be back in six weeks."
Alas, how uncertain are the ways of Providence.
Captain Louis John George Ferrier, R.E., of Bel-
syde Linlithgow, N.B., who was drowned on 24th
March off Ventnor, Isle of Wight, from H. M. S.
Eurydice, while on his passage home from Bermuda, en-
tered the Royal Engineers in December 1859. He was
the eldest son of Major Ilay Ferrier, of Belsyde and of
Madras Army. )
In June 1876, on the completion of a 5 years' tour of
duty on the Ordnande Survey in the Thames Valley,
the University of Oxford conferred upon him the hono-
rary degree of Master of Arts. Captain Ferrier arrived
in Bermuda in charge of the 32nd Company, R.E.. in
H. M. S. Himalaya about the beginning of October,
1876. He had four brothers, all of whom are in the
army, and two of whom identified his body at Ventnor
on the 26th March. The calamity of his unfortunate
death appears the more distressing, as the fact of his
having left Bermuda was unknown by his family at
The funeral took place at Edinburgh on Saturday
30th March, military honors being paid to the deceased,
the interment being made in the Belsyde family bury-
ing-ground, Greyfriar's Churchyard. The Bishop of
Edinburgh, a friend of the late Captain Ferrier, offici-
1W For latest English and European War
News see accompanying supplement.
15 acres of buildings in the most populous portion
of the city were destroyed by fire at Clarksonville,
Tennessee, on the 12th instant. Between 50 and
70 of the principal business houses were consumed.
The fire lasted six hours; supposed to be the work
of incendiaries. Everything was quiet at the latest
date, but it was thought that the least disturbance
would precipitate a row between the whites and
There was an affray between students
and the police in St. Petersburg on Friday result-
ing from a public demonstration at the acquittal of
Von Sassulitch.--Germany is still endeavouring
to establish harmony between Russia and the other
Powers.--The Porte is removing valuables, arms
and munitions from Stamboul to Scutari.--Four
British Officers have been killed in the South Af-
rican war; the situation in the Transvaal is very
An Havana telegram says: The American schr.
Arietis has arrived here from Key West, bringing
76 Cubans who are returning to their homes. An-
other vessel filled with Cubans to preparing to sail
from Key West.
Intelligence has been received from Santiago de
Cuba that the time for the surrender 'of insurgents
having expired, active operations will commence in
the Eastern department against Maceo and a few
more chiefs who are still under arms.
M. Adolph Belot, the popular French novelist, in
his last romance, painted the African King Mounza,
and toward the end of the volume made the savage
die in a very dramatic manner. Curiously enough
he has just received from M. de Lesseps a letter
saying that Mounza has perished in an expedition
against a neighboring nation, and that his death
in all its circumstances agreed perfectly with the
imaginary details described by M. Belot.
THE CUBAN SURRENDER.
A letter from Havana, April 6, says: The
complete restoration of peace has not been pro-
claimed officially as yet, and it seems that there is
a lull at present in transactions between the belli-
gerent parties, but this quiet state of affairs is sole-
]y due to tohe circumstance that the bulk of the in-
surgents having surrendered, the small marauding
parties which daily surrender still do not attract
the.attention of the people, and although the Gov.-
ernment might rightfully declare the insurrection
finally conquered, it does not wish to do so until
the last of the chiefs has laid down his arms. There
Share. only two now left in the mountainous part of
the extreme east of the island. Their names are
Moceo and Vicente Garcia. It is said the only
reason why they have not surrendered yet is that
they ask for commissions in the Spanish Army,
with their present grades. Nothing of this kind
has been stipulated in the peace conditions, nor has
any other chief claimed this, and the Spanish Gov-
ernment will not grant it. Although peace may
thus be considered not entirely re-established in a
political point of view, security and good order
have been restored. Travel throughout the island
has been resumed. Families which left the interior
and sought refuge in the cities are returning to
their former homes.
All the steamers leaving Havana for other parts
of the coast are overcrowded with persons return-
ing to their old abodes and occupations, while in-
surgents who have been for years in the woods are
coming to Havana and filling the hotels.
A Supplement of three
columns accompanies this Number
of the Gazette."
It contains a Communication-" The Church Al-
News by the English Mail of the 3rd instant via
Important War news both from Engand and the
European Continent via New York.-Labor Crisis
in England, &c., &c.
BIRTH, at Leith Hill, Warwick, on 21st instant,
Mrs. WM. S. FRITH of a SON.
FERRIER-March 24, drowned off the Isle of Wight,
from H.M.S. Eurydice, Louis John George Ferrier,
Esquire, of Belsyde, Linlithgow, N.B., Captain Royal
Engineers, aged 37 years.
DIED, at Windsor House, Spanish Point, on the
10th instant, MRS. DELIA BURCH, aged 74 years, 3
months and 17 days.
.......... at St. Georges on the 2nd inst., Miss CA-
THERINE BURCH TODD, in the 76th year of her age,
........., at Somerset, on the 17th inst., after a short
illness, Mrs. MARGARET T. DOUGLAS, aged 48 years ;
leaving an aged mother, husband, 7 children and a
large circle of friends to mourn their loss.
........., in this Town on the 15th inst., Mr. HENRY
G. BAILEY, aged 36 years; leaving a widow and five
children to mourn their loss,
N O TI C E.
To-morrow, Wednesday, .IUCTIO S.ILE OF
I 24th inst., At 11 a.m., sharp,
I WILL SELL BY AUCTION
Under Fiddle Shed, AT THE COMMISSIONER'S HOUSE,
... ... IRELAND ISLAND.
ite T. H. PITT's Warehouse,
Just Received ex Schooner "A. S.
from Boston, viz.:
H ALF Barrels BEEF
S Half Barrels Family PORK
Barrels Family FLOUR
Barrels Corn MEAL
Bags OATS, 3 Bushels each
Bags Bran Bags CORN
Reams PAPER, small
Drums CODFISH Qr. Boxes DO.
Half Bls. Halibut FINS
Hamilton, April 23, 187
W. J. HENEY,
24th instant, at Noon,
SW ILL SELL,
AT T11IV OLi0 STAlXWD
BRLS. Extra Family FLOUR
Ditto Corn MEAL Bags CORN
Boxes FIGS Ditto CIGARS
Half Chests and Smaller Packages.TEA
Drums and Boxes FISH
Wrapping PAPER 5 Dozen BUCKETS
Ready Made CLOTHING Under CLOTHING
Felt HATS BOOTS and SHOES
STATIONERY, &c., &c.
h THE HORSE
Well known with the Bermuda Hunt, quiet to ride
and drive, and another
Good Draught HORSE,
Young, Sound and Swift, good at any thing, and
ought to bring Fifty Sovereigns.
T" Tr) NT T Q XT r V M
TC~IUA ETA nneer.
WE HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
CAPTAIN J. M. W. SILVER,
THE WHOLE OF HIS
FURN TURE, &c.,
Without Reserve, at 12 o'clock, M.,
The 24th Instant,
Among which will be found:
V1 ERY Superior German Exhibition
1 Piano Stool
" 1 Handsome Music CANTERBERY
4 Glass Piano STANDS
1 Chess TABLE, Walnut
1 Ladies' Handsome Walnut DEVONPORT
1 Rocking Chair, Leather Back
1 Cane Seat Do. Do.
1 Fender and Irons A Lot MATTING
1 Handsome Japanese Box
2 French Door Blinds 1 Fire Board
2 Handsome Lamps 3 Valuable Pictures
A Lot of China Ornaments
3 Handsome Sheepskin MATS
2 Canterbery Tables A Lot BOOKS
Hamilton, 23rd April, 1878.
P.S.-If not fine to-morrow, first fair day after.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
Under and by Virtue of a Decretal Order of the
Honourable Court of General Assize
WILL WE SOLD,
ON TZE PREMISEg,
The 16th day of May, 1878,
At 12 o'clock,
All that certain HOUSE,
'S SHOP and LAND in the Town of
St. George's, the Property of the late Charles
A. Hayward, Esqr., deceased, known as
Situated at the foot of Barrack Hill, and
bounded, Northerly by land of Charles Clark;
Easterly by lands of the late Kate Wright, de-
ceased, and H. M. Government; Southerly by
Water Street, and Westerly by a lane, or how-
ever otherwise the same may be bounded.
The Property will' be sold subject to the
Widow's dower. This is a most eligible situ-
ation for a Grocery and Boarding House.
The Widow is prepared to make liberal ar-
rangements respecting her dower right.
ANN BRICE HAYWARD,
THOMAS S. HAYWARD,
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
St. Georges, Bermuda,
April 22, 1878.
Property of an Officer leaving
The latter a good charger and hunter.
2 very excellent imported
r^ w ^WA~
S *a S~l^c t
MAJOR JOHN, 46th Regt.,
22nd April, 1871.-lpd
T HE Undersigned will receive
and forward Shipments of
Throughout the Season to
Messrs. DARRELL & CO.,
Messrs. MIDDLETON & CO.,
Prompt sales and returns furnished.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
April 22nd, 1878.-3
20 YARDS India MATTING
0 L 1 Indoor Croquet Set
1 Outdoor Do. Do.
1 Dinner STAND and Tray 1 Linen Press
1 Hanging Lamp.
1 EVOLVING Study CHAIR
-L 1 Handsome Whist TABLE
2 Austrian Cane CHAIRS
8 Austrian Cane Seat CHAIRS
4 PICTURES, Gilt Frames
1 Oval Parian Group, on Velvet
2 Ornamental Bracket LAMPS
1 Carpet 2 Rugs
1 Fender and Fire Irons
4 Pieces India MATTING
1 Centre Flower STAND
A Lot of Plated WARE
1 Set Ornamental Dinner TINS
1 Large Embroidered Table CLOTH
Ice Jug and Ice Cream Freezer 1 CLOCK
SHERRY, Champagne, Liquor and other
SGLASSES Ice Plates Fruit Dishes
Decanters Spirit BOTTLES
And sundry other Glassware.
2 Parts of Dinner Sets
A Large assortment of other Crockery
SBedroom, No. 1.
1 HANDSOME French Gilt Iron BED-
S- STEAD 2 Children's COTS
2 Hair Mattresses 3 Spring Mattresses
1 Marble Top Looking Glass
2 Wash Stands 2 Toilet Sets
1 Handsome WARDROBE
2 Dressing TABLES, with Drawers
Bolsters and Pillows Carpet, &c.
2 CHAIR BEDS, with Curtains
1 Clothes Press 1 Table
8 Chairs Mosquito Nets and Frames
1 Tin Washing SET
1 ;SMALL TABLE Baths
3 Hair Mattresses 1 Other Do.
1 Basin Stand 1 Stair Carpet 1 Filter
1 Handsome Duplex LAMP
S1 Prince Consort Reading LAMP
2 Electro-Plated Candlestick SHADES
1 A MERICAN Cooking STOVE, match-
I A-- less, with complete Fixings
1 Hurricane Lamp 2 Clocks
Plate Warmer A Lot of Sauce PANS
Copper Kettles Stew Pans Dish Covers
Tin Pans Pudding Moulds Tea Trays
Frying Pans Lamps Tin Canisters
Heating Pans Cake Ditto
Wire DISH COVERS
And a great many other things too numer-
ous to mention.
A TOT OF POULTRY
LJ RABBITS PIGS
3 Fine SOWS, in Pig
3 Young PIGS, 3 months old
A Lot of Empty CASES and other Packages
2 Pleasure ROW BOATS, with
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
( A STEAM LAUNCH will leave the steps
opposite the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club,
Hamilton, at 11 a.m. To-MoRRow WEDNESDAY,
to convey passengers to above sale, returning
with them after the sale.
Hamilton, April 23, 1878.
A SMALL TWO STORY
In the Town of Hamilton, near the corner of
third Longitudinal and Parliament Streets.
Possession given immediately.
For terms, &c., apply to
MORRIS A. M. FRITH.
18th April, 1878.-3.
HERMTTDA ROYAL GAZETTE.
WE WILZ SELLZZ,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Under the Big Shed,
At 12 o'clock
On Thursday next,
Ex Schr. Lizzie Titus," from New York,
25 BlARRELS FLOUR
25 Barrels OATS
25 Bis. BRAN 25 Bls. Table POTATOES
26 Bls. CORN 10 Kegs 5d. NAILS
Ex. Schr. William McLoon,"
50 BARRELS FLOUR
10 Barrels Rye DO.
75 Bags CORN 75 Bags OATS
15 Barrels Pilot and Navy BREAD
& Do. Extra Quality Pilot BREAD
50 Boxes Assorted CRACKERS, CAKES, &c.,
10 lbs. each
10 Packages BUTTER
2 Barrels and 10 Bags Dried PEACHES
2 Barrels Smoked VENISON
10 Kits TONGUES and SOUNDS
20 Cases Canned PEACHES
10 Do. Pressed Corned BEEF
2 Do. Salad OIL
20 Do. OYSTERS
8 Do. Pickled DO.
1 Do. JELLIES
10 Do. Canned APPLES
5 Do. Assorted CANDIES
10 Do. CHOCOLATE
5 Do. Cream COCOA
2 Do. MUSTARD
15 Do. SHERBET, a Summer drink
5 Barrels No. 1 MACKEREL
10 1 Bls. Do. DO.
25 Qr. Bls. Do. DO.
25 Kits Do. DO.
5 Half Barrels SALMON 10 Kits DO.
25 Boxes CODFISH
25 Do. Laundry SOAP
25 Do. Fancy DO.
20 Do. Laundry STARCH
8 Do. Satin Gloss DO.
10 Do. Corn STARCH
50 Gross BLACKING
1 IBLS. Bright Grocery SUGAR
. BL 50 Sugar-Cured HAMS
100 Boxes Superior HERRINGS
20 Tubs BUTTER
10 Drums CODFISH
50 Reams Tomato PAPER
5 Barrels Mess PORK.
B. W. WALKER & C
Hamilton, April 22, 1878.
By Public Auction,
In Front of the Stores of the Un-
AT 1 O'C OCOK, ON
Thursday, the 25th inst.,
That Superior Mare
With CARRIAGE, HARNESS,
SADDLERY and STABLE KIT,
A 51B0 11 O) CANOE.
R The Property of the late Capt. L. J. G.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
A 0 1Auctioneers.
Hamilton, April 20th, 1878.
13'atr c I
OF BRIGANTINE ANNIE,"
55 Barrels Yellow Vacuum Pan
40 Bis. Straw Colored Vacuum Pani
40 BIs. 1st Quality White Do.
10 Ils. 2nd Do. Do. Do.
100 Puncheons RUM
i00 M. FIREWOOD
Guava JELLY CASSAREPE
April 16th, 1878.-2 3p
To Farmers and Others.
Would Respectfully Solicit Consignmenits of
throughout the present Crop Season.
Feeling confident that his long experience and
thorough acquaintance with the Business will
enable him to give every satisfaction.
MR. W. T. JAMES,
42 Front Street, Hamilton,
Will receive and forward Consignments free of
Account Sales and Cash returns promptly made
58, 60 & 62 Centre Row, W. Washington.
Market, New York.
Febru;,ry 4, 1878.-3m. 3p.
WE HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY
Who is about to leave Bermuda,
To Sell by Auction,
At 12 o'clock, M.,
On FRIDAY Next,
The 26th inst.,
3 Very Superior Carriage
Quiet and pleasant to drive,
2 LARGE Double CARRIAGES
2 Light open DITTO
I Covered BUGGY
1 do. Express WAGON
4 Sets Double HARNESS
4 Single DO.
A large Lot of parts HARNESS
5 WHIPS 1 Hay CUTTER
5 Horse BLANKETS
5 SURCINGLES 5 HALTERS.
I SUPERIOR Chickering P|IA NO
1 1 Handsome Spring COUCH
1 Florence Sewing MACHINE
3 Rocking CHAIRS
6 Hair MATTRESSES
6 Spring COTS
A Lot of CROCKERY
1 Cooking STOVE, No. 8
1 Laige REFRIGERATOR
3 Doz. Bottles CHOW-CHOW
A Lot of Stove BRICKS
4 Bls. Soft SOAP
1 Large Washing MACHINE
1 Large Brass BOILER
1 Large Iron Soap BOILER
A Set Fairbank's SCALES
A Lot large size Lead PIPE
1 Part Barrel VINEGAR
14 Pair New 12 x 14 SASHES, Glazed
A Lot of Second-hand SASHES, Glazed
3 New DOORS, 6 feet 6 and 7 feet by 3 feet
6 American Fishing POLES, about 20 ft. long
400 Fish HOOKS, American pattern
4 New Closet BASINS
1 GRINDSTONE and STAND
And Sundry qther Articles that will appear
at the Sale.
B. W. WALKER & CO.,
Hamilton, April'23, 1878.
Real Estate for Sale.
rT" E Undersigned will receive
r Tenders until
The 8th Proximo,
For the purchase of a
3 .icres of
In Sandys Parish,
Belonging to the Estate of the late R. F. BUR-t
ROWS, at present occupied by Miss
MARY FOWLE JuTRBOWS.
The Undersigned does not bind himself to
accept the highest or any Tender.
JOHN F. BURROWS,
April 23rd, 1878.
To Growers and Owners
OF BERMUDA PRODUCE.
I N consequence of the great increase in ship-
ments of Produce to New York since the
season of 1874, we deem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all Shipments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds,
until paid to our order in New York, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transporting a shipment.
When necessary to order Specie in return for
any shipment it will be insured at the expense
of the Owners interested, and Owners will
clearly understand that all the dangers of trans-
port are borne by them.
Hamilton, Bermuda, to 30th June, 3p
February 9, 1878. to 0th June, 3p
To Farmers and Shippers oJ
Messrs. P. LOOMIS &G Co.,
92 Barclay Street,
Are solicited by the Undersigned who will re-
ceive and forward same.
Returns made Promptly.
B. W. WALKER & CO.
ltamilton,IMarch 4th, 1878.-to May 31 3p,
A MI MEETING
Of Petty Officers, Men, Non-Com-
missioned Officers and Men of the Royal
Marines of the Fleet, will be held in
TEE DOOTz7An DOHOOL-
On Tuesday, (This Day),
April 23rd, at 7 p.m.,
For the purpose of Consulting upon
the best means for the immediate com-
mencement of the Sailors' Club.
The attendance is requested of all who can
CAPTAIN J. MORESBY, R. N., Captain-in-
Charge, will preside.
April 23, 1878.
BY ORDER OF THE WORSHIPFUL
THE JUSTICES OF THE PEACE,
T HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that HER
MAJESTY'S next GENERALL COURT OF
QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for
these Islands, will be holden
The 25th Insltant,
AT THE COURT HOUSE, Hamilton,
At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
W. J. HENEY,
Clerk of the Peace.
Hamilton, April 22nd, 1878.
Per *" General Meade,"
A Fine Selection of
T'R O IWSE RLI.'G S
Comprising some of the latest London styles.
Blue Staff Serge, Broad Cloths,
Suiting, CSC., L c.
Tailor & Habit Maker, Queen St.
Hamilton, April 23, 1878.-2 3p
Round Htooped Flour and Meal
For Sale by
St. George, Bermuda, till June 30
April 22, 1878.
7THE Undersigned requests all Persons IN-
SDEBTED to him for Debts contracted pre-
vious to 30th June last, to pay the same on or
before the 10th day of May next,
SAML,. A. MASTERS.
Hamilton, April 22, 1878.-3
COR*/E LL' S
PRIMARY GEO RAPHY,
On Sale at the Royal Gazette" Stationary
Hiamilton, April 22, 1878.-1
Just received and for Sale at the Royal
Gazette" Stationary Store.
i Hamilton, April 23, 1878.
New York JMail Steamers,
Will, until further notice, be brought at 124
Cents each from New York.
TROTT & COX,
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 23, 1878.-2 3p
Colonist twice third page.
TlIE Undersigned will pay highest Market
m Rates for
Put up in approved manner for Shipment to
JNJVO. F. BURROWS.
Hamilton, 2nd April, 1878.-4 3p.
For Liverpool, England,
Calling at Cork.
The well known Clipper Brigantine
Will Sail as above
FROM ST. GEORGES,
On Saturday next,
Affords comfortable accommodation for a
For Passage only,
S. S. 1NGHAM.
Hamilton, April 23, 1878.
BLANK FORM OF LICENSE
For RETAILING SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS,
On Sale at the Stationery Store adjoining
the Royal Gazette" Office.
'New York M/lail Steamer.
The Steam Ship
Will leave for New York
25th April, at I P.M.
To leave thence for return on
All MAILS to close at the lPst Office at
10 a.m., on Thursday, 25th April.
Specie and Parcel List will close at 6 p.m.,
on Wednesday the 24th instant.
Produce and other Freight will be received
until 6 p.m. Wednesday the 24th instant, unless
the vessel is previously filled.
Bills of Lading signed until 10 a.m. 25th inst.
Passengers Stage will be removed at 12 noon
Warehouse must be cleared on 27th inst.
Barrels Potatoes ...... .......each W0c.
Boxes Beetsl ..............each 25c.
Boxes Onions ..... ........each 25f.
Boxes Tomatoes ........... each 10c.
Crates Tomatoes..........each 30c.
TROTT 4 COX,
lHamilton, Bermuda, A
23rd April, 1878.
The a"flagistrates of Perm.
Give Notice, that they will attend
HA M I LTON,
On Thursday the Twenty-
At Eleven o'clock of the forenoon till One
o'clock of the afternoon, to
To Retail Spirituous Liquors, &c.
RICHARD J. P. DARRELL, J.P.,
MORRIS A. M. FRITH, J.P.,
N. A. BUTTERFIELD, J.P.
Pembroke Parish, April 17th, 1878.
ALL Persons liable to be TAXED FOR THE
A MAINTENANCE OF THE CHURCH
OF ENGLAND in PEMBROKE PARISH,
are requested to attend a Meeting,
At the Town Hall, Hamilton,
On Saturday, the 27th
instant, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon,
For the purpose of
Electing CHURCH VESTRY and
CHURCH WARDENS for the ensuing year.
MORRIS A. M. FRITH,
THOSE. D. MIDDLETON,
Pembroke Parish,-18th April, 1878.
THE Undersigned will
pared to receive Tenders until
The 27th inst., at 6 p.m.,
From persons willing to
From their Stalls at Waterloo," during the
month of May next.
The Tender to state the price, payable to the
undersigned in Cash per ordinary cartload, and it
mast be borne in mind by the party Tendering
that the Stalls must be clean every Saturday af-
Hamilton, 23rd April, 1878.-1
A Handsome Walnut Wood
BY CHAPPELL & CO(., LONDON,
Good Tone, has stood the climate well.
To be seen at the DEPUTY-INSPECTOR-GENER-
AL.'s Residence, R. N. Hospital, Ireland Island.
$ Cow & Heifer.
There will be a Sale in a few days, of
Glass, China, Lamps, Curtains,
Kitchen Utensils, Lawn Tennis
Further notice will be given.
In1 great variety
Child's Jewellery Store.
Hamilton, April 292, 1878.-3
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, 20th April, 1878.
THE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL will
receive Tenders in duplicate up to 12
The 6th day of May, 1878,
From Persons desirous of Renting that Piece
of War Department Land, known as
LETTING No. 30.
It is situated in Pembroke Parish on the
Road leading from Fort Hamilton to Prospect,
and contains about 1 acre, 18 perches of graz-
ing and arable Land.
Immediate possession can be given.
Forms of Tender and all information can be
obtained at the above Office daily, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL re-
serves the right of rejecting any or all the
HAMILTON, 22ND APRIL, 1878.
TENDERS will be received at the
COLONIAL SURVEYOR'S OFFICE until
From Persons desirous of Tendering for any
of the undermentioned Work, viz.:
Causeway Bridge Cottage.
1.-Colouring Walls and Liniewashing Roof
and Walls and Ceilings inside of Cottage
(the Roof to have two coats of Limewash).
Tucker's Town, Shad Bay.
2.-Building WHARF 20 feet by 12 feet by
10 feet in height.
The Contractor to find all Materials, which
are to be of the best quality of their several
The COLONIAL SURVEYOR does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any Tender.
Plan and Specification of Wharf and all
further information can be obtained on appli-
cation at the COLONIAL SURVEYOR'S OFFICE.
Colonist please copy.
Royal Mail Steamers.
ALPHA......... CAPTAIN CROWELL.
r )EDUOTIO Z gI TIACT
THE above Steamers will take BERMUDA
PRODUCE through the coming Season
to Halifax en route to St. John, N.B., Boston,
New York, Quebec and Montreal, at the fol-
lowing through rates-payable by Consignee
Bbls. Boxes Boxes
To Halifax...... 50 cts. 20 ots. 10 cts.
St. Jehn, N.B..60 40 18 "
Boston ........ 60 40 18 "
New York...... 60 40 < 18 "
Quebec .......75 45 20 "
Montreal ...... 80 50 25 "
Goods will be despatched to destination
either by rail or steam, on arrival at Halifax.
All Goods must be marked distinctly with
the name of the Port to which they are des-
Barrels must be well coopered and through
Packages will not be received unless in good
Ship's responsibility ceases when Goods are
delivered in good order to the next carrier.
To facilitate shipping, Goods will be receiv-
ed and stored at PENNo'S STORES before the
arrival of the Steamers, at a storage rate of
two pence per Barrel, payable on storing
The above rates include all Shipping and
Transhipment Charges at Halifax.
PROBABLE DATES OF SAILING.
April 30, 1878, June 25, 1878,
May 23, 1878, July 23, 1878.
Every facility will be rendered at St. Georges,
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
St. George's, Bermuda,
April 22, 1878. J 3 p
Other 2apersa opy 3 times and send bill.
Garcia Augusto, Minnie Belvin, Anna Bean, W
L Beckwith, Peter Burgess, Mary Butterfield, Ed
[ I Bean, Miss Bunn, Roza Bittacomte, Robert Bed-
dingfield, Mrs Eliza Cleek, Mrs James Cox, Chas H
Crawford, Richard Colyer, Wm Carnac,'iBernhard
Carlson, Alonzo J Doane, John Doane, Rev I. R
Disney, J Dunkley, Richard Dean, Mrs Dallas,
Florence Darrell, George W Durant, Spinalla Dina,
Mary F Deshield, S L Eve, John Emmanuelson,
Mrs J A Frith, Mrs Fanner, J H Fowler, Joseph W
Gibson, W H Hughes, Mrs Wm Hutchings, Mrs E
Hornet, H R Hamilton, Joseph Hinson, Thomas H
Howland, Mrs Sarah Henry, F T Hamilton RN,
Sarah Inham, Alex Jones, Diana James, Mrs Al-
pheus Jones, George W M Johnstone, Ellen Light-
bourn, Mary Maloqy, Jose de oMidoiros, Mary Minors,
W Mundey,. Rev R Miller, Manuel Marchal, Mrs E
A Newman, Alice Platton, Jose Mariante Para
Thomas Place, Susan Pattie, W S Robinson, W C
Simmonds, Mary Stovell, J C Scarles, Solomon J
Simmons, Henry D Smith, Mrs J A Steed, W Geo
Spencer, George Stovel, Elthemena A S.van T W
Talbot, RUthann Tucker, Geo Trott, Francess A
Wingood, Mary H Webb.
Post Office, Hamilton, April 22, 1878.
MAILS FOR EN3LAND, United States and
Dominion of Canada, per Steamor GENERATL
MEADE/' close at the Post Office, Hamilton, ON
THURSDAY NEXT, at ten a.m, Corespondence
received in the Forenoou Mails will be in time.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF-
FICE, ST. GEORGE, 22nd April, 1878.
Mrs Joseph Brown, Miss R Bruce, Fredk Barren,
B Burchall, Alex Black, JaneE Burchall, Mrs Barritr,
Fernando Hellod, Capt Long, Mrs James McLaren,
Wm McCallan, Harry McMillan, John Outerbridge,
Thomas Pitt, Ellen Richmond, Geo G Smith, David
Scott, Benj F Smith, John H Smith, Susan Trott,
I Charlcs Toms? James Times, Anne Waite,
ar% 1 1*
P ~~:~DA RO~(YAL Co' ET4T!4.
THE EURYDICE.-IN MEMORIAM.
MARCH 24, 1878.
NOT 'mid the thunder of the deadly guns,
The flag-. of Britain flying from the mast,
And Honour's halo round the fallen cast,
Died these--three hundred of our sailor sons !
Full in the sight of home their vessel runs,
On the calm Sabbath, till the snow's white shroud
Rushed on the blast, and deep the brave ship
Her way to doom with one wild shock that stuns
The stoutest of us but the tale to hear.
Well may we murmur, Why was this allowed ?
As England sheds the patriotic tear
For those of whom in death we feel as proud
As tho' they died on some red battle day,
When Death spells glory as the foeman slay!
(Extracted from the Scotsman.)
THE training-ship Eurydice-
As brave a craft, I ween,
As ever bore brave men who loved
Their country and their Queen-
Built when a ship, sir, was a ship,
And not a steam-machine.
A year or more she had been out
About the Indian seas;
And now with all her canvas bent
Before a homeward breeze,
Up channel in her pride she came,
The sausy Eurydice.
"Only an hour from Spithead, lads; "
Only an hour from home!"
So sang the captain's cheery voice
As she clove the sunlit foam;
And each young sea.dog's heart sang back,
Only an hour from home!"
We saw the bills of Devon rise
Fair in the Sabbath sun,
We marked each hamlet gleaming white-
The church spires one by one,
We thought we heard the church bells ring
To hail our voyage done!
No warning ripple crisped the wave,
To tell of danger nigh,
Nor looming rack, nor driving scud :
From out a smiling sky,
With sound as of the trump of doom,
The squall broke suddenly.
A giant squall of wind and snow
From off the Devon shore,
It caught us in its blinding whirl,
One instant and no more;-
For ere we dreamt of trouble near
All earthly hope was o'er.
No time to shorten sail--no time
To change the vessel's course ;
The squall had caught her crowded masts
With swift, resistless force.
Only one shrill, despairing cry
Rose o'er the turmoil hoarse.
And broadside the great ship went down
Amid the swirling foam;
And with her our four hundred men
Went down, in sight of home
(Fletcher and I alone were saved)-
Only an hour from home!
A VALUABLE FORAGE PLANT.
The peculiarly valuable properties of the Cauca-
sian prickly comfrey (Symphytum asperrimum) as a
forage plant, its rapid growth in almost any climate,
simple culture, and luxuriant yield, mark it out for
general cultivation, and its importance to India and
the colonies is such that we need offer no apology for
noticing it: It is a perennial plant, easily propa-
gated by cuttings, and being deeply rooted, is found
to yield abundantly in the hottest seasons of a tro-
pical climate when other vegetation is parched up
and unproductive. Its prolifleness exceeds that
of any other green soiling plant. While good grass
lands yield but eight tons of grass to the acre cut
green, lucerne 40, rye grass 50, and vetches 20,
comfrey produces from 60 to 100 tons, and has been
known (under exceptionally favourable conditions,
of course,) to give the enormous yield of 150 tons.
It comes in earlier than other crops and lasts
longer, yielding a succession of [cuttings. Above
and around the root stems are shoots or suckers,
called crowns, which may be taken off for planting,
and the roots subdivided ; these may be planted at
all seasons of the year except in frosty weather.
Comfrey culture is simple and not costly; the
ground is either forked or ploughed six or eight in-
ches deep, and well manured at the same time.
The crowns or root cuttings are then planted like
potato sets, 8 feet apart, say 1,200 to a quarter of an
acre; during the first year a crop of mangold, tur.
nip, or cabbage may be grown between the rows.
It is, however, advisable, on the receipt of the sets,
to place them on the ground in some warm sheltered
situation, and arrange so that every 100 sets shall
cover an area of two feet long by two feet broad;
after so doing, cover the roots to a depth of two in-
ches with rich garden loam soil, and afterwards
water them well; in a short time the sets will ap-
pear above ground, having thrown out a mass of
white fibrous roots; in ten days or so, the "sets"
may be taken up and planted in the open ground.
When the plant has grown to about the height of
1 feet it ought to be cut over and used, as it is
better not to allow it to grow too tall or to flower.
In winter the roots ought to be well dressed with
ordinary manure or sewage, When dried into hay
it makes good fodder for the feeding and fattening
of stock. The branches and leaves, made into bun-
dles, keep well for forage in winter. The juice
contains much gum and mucilage, but very little
sugar. Cattle fed upon the plant are said to be
free from the ravages of lung and foot and mouth
diseases, and are strongly fortified against infection;
its curative properties have long been known.
By the method of preserving green food in pits,
known as Ensilage, comfrey may be stored with ad-
vantage for future use. The process may be des-
cribed in a few words : As fast as the fodder falls
into the stone-lined pits from the steam chaff cutter
it is spread out and firmly trodden by men. When
the pit is full, some salt is sprinkled on the upper-
most layer, then comes a coating oi long straw, and
finally a covering-of planks well weighed down
with logs or stone, not earth, for it filters through
to the fodder. For some time after the completion
of the above work, the pits need to be carefully ex-
amined every day, as owing to the settling down of
the fodder, cracks are apt to form in the roof, and
these, if not closed, would admit a quantity of air,
and injure the fodder by turning it mouldy. The
same danger is incurred to some extent when a por-
tion of the provender is taken out for feeding pur-
poses, and on these occasions the precaution of cov-
ering over the exposed parts again as quickly and
completely as possible has to be observed. With
regard to the cost of the above operations, as also of
reaping, carrying, and cutting up, the total expense
is estimated not to exceed 10d. to 11d. per ton.
It may be mentioned that comfrey roots for ex-
portation are procurable from Messrs. Jas. Dickson
& Sons, of Chester, and Messrs. T. Christy & Co.,
of Fenchurch Street, London, the latter firm having
introduced a solid stem variety of extra prolific
growth.-British Trade Journal.
The British Consul at Volo has demanded the
surrender of the murderer of Mr. Ogle, Times cor-
BRITISH PREPARATIONS. I
(From the Edinburgh Courant, March 26.)
It has been known for a fortnight past that the
Government was in treaty with Sir William Arm-
strong for the purchase of four 100-ton guns which
are near completion at Elswick, but it was consi-
dered prudent to keep the negotiations secret, as
there were other bidders in the European market
for the monster weapons. Arrangements are now
completed by which these four guns have become
the property of the British nation, and in the course
of two or three months they will he ready for
mounting on board any ship which is prepared to
carry them. It is not likely, however, that they
will be placed on shipboard for some time, for the
naval authorities have made no provision for them;
neither does it appear that the present condition of
naval armaments exhibit any demand for such
mighty ordnance. The chief argument for their
acquirement was the apprehension that they might
become the property of another Power, and so en-
able it to dominate the seas. At present, although
Italy has 100-ton guns for her two latest warships,
and England has ready her 80-ton guns for the
Inflexible, there is no armour afloat which can re-
sist the 85-ton and 38. ton Woolwich Infants,"
which have during the last few years been produced
at the Royal Gun Factories, and employed in the
national defences by land and sea. The subject has
fully engaged the attention of the Government, and
the desirability of manufacturing something heavier
than the 80-ton gun has been strongly advocated,
but while foreign nations plate their ships with any-
thing less than 191 inches of iron they are regarded
as at the mercy of the 8001b Palliser bolt from the
88-ton gun, and the authorities have hesitated
about taking a step still further in advance. The
reflection, however, that the Inflexible, the toughest
ship afloat, with its 24 inches of iron armour, would
be defenceless against the 100-ton guns which Italy
possesses, and some other Power might have pos-
sessed, has now induced the Government to con-
clude the present purchase, and furthermore to con-
sider whether they should stop at this point. It is
pretty well authenticated that the Italians have
provided themselves with a steel-plated target,
which even their 100-ton guns cannot penetrate,
and that they are preparing a ship which shall be
defended with this identical armour. In view of
this circumstance, and knowing that it will take
less time to plate a ship than to build a gun, the
War Department is deliberating upon the produc-
tion of a much more powerful piece of artillery, and
-it is expected that an order will be given before:
long to the Royal Gun Factories for a gun of over
200 tons. The drawings for such a weapon were
prepared long since, the machinery is all prepared
for making it, and all that is wanted is
the order to proceed. Such a gun would throw a
shot of some three tons weight, and pierce three
feet of solid armour. It would, however, take two
years to make, and perhaps another year for expe-
riments, but the building of a ship which would
have a chance, even with the guns of the present
day, would take at least as long. A Press Associ-
ation telegram says :-The four 100-ton guns pur-
chased by the Government from Sir William Arm.,
strong, will, at least until the navy is prepared to
receive them, be mounted for land defence at Mal-
ta, Gibraltar, or at home. It is considered unlikely
that either of them will be taken to Woolwich for
experiments, as the Government have the advan-
tage of the knowledge gained by the trial of a gun
of similar calibre by the Italian authorities.
The large basin at Woolwich Dockyard is, after
several years' disuse, to be again utilised, and two
hired transports, which are embarking stores for
the Mediterranean fleet, will enter the basin for that
purpose. Three acres of waste marsh land are be-
ing reclaimed and added to Woolwich Arsenal.
The War Office has decided to adopt for military
purposes six-chamber revolvers manufactured by
the Adams Small-Arms Company, and large orders
are now being executed, so that non-commissioned
officers, trumpeters, and farriers of all cavalry regi-
ments may be at once armed with the weapon, in
accordance with a recommendation of the recent
committee on equipment.
Four-fifths of the Hull Artillery Corps, 700
strong, have volunteered for foreign service.
An American inventor named Bailey, of India-
nopolis, U.S., has sent to England, and proposes
placing at the disposal of our War Office, the most
wonderful specimen of a Gatling gun which has
ever been produced. This formidable engine of
destruction is guaranteed to fire from 1000 to 1500
shots per minute, directed so as to sweep a whole
line without alteration. It is also entirely self-
To All whom it may
I HEREBY give Notice that I have been
appointed AGENT AND ATTORNEY for
the Board of Underwriters of New Orleans, and
will from this Date, represent the Interests of
the following Companies, Vizt :-
New Orleans Mutual Insurance Company,
Crescent do. do. do.
Merchants do. do. do..
Sun do. do. do.
Union Insurance Company,
Hope do. do.
Hibernia do. do.
Factors and Traders Insurance Company,
Tentonia Insurance Company,
New Orleans Insurance Association,
Peoples' Insurance Company,
Mechanics and Traders Insurance Company.
W. C. HY LdJD,
Agent for the several Boards of Under-
writers for Nei York, Boston,
Baltimore and Philadelphia, &c., &c., &c.
St. George's, Bermuda,
'21st January, 1878.
That very Desirable and Conve-
Dwelling H OUSE
In Reid Street, Hamilton, known as STONE
H1AVENj" with Stables, Coach House, &c.
MR. M. S. HUNT.
January 29th, 1878.
W. 0. F BASCOME, M.D.,
REID STREET, HAMILTON.
North of Trinity Church,
ALONZO PENISTON has made arrange-
rnents for obtaining a quantity of the
GENUINE RED AND WHITE TENERIFFE
'Which he expects to receive in September next.
Persons can engage the same by applying to
jthe Subscriberor to
JOHN ZUILL, Somerset.
A. J. HODSDON, Hamilton.
W. 0. NORTH, Bailey's Bay.
The Undersigned will also take this opportu-
nity of informing his Friends and the Public
generally, that he is now prepared to give his
personal attention to the Consignment of
To Messrs. T. H. Bock & Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
And will assure all that he will do every thiL.g
in his power to promote the welfare of those
that favor him with Consignments.
Hamilton, Jany. 22nd, 1878.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iii
English and American Preserved
Nos. 10 and 12 Queen Street,
N. B.-Ships' Stores Supplied at Lowest
February 18th, 1878.-12 m
Mr. Robert Bedingfield,
Animals and Birds of all Descrip-
0:7 Orders may be left at the
" Royal Gazette."
February 12th, 1878.
Office of the
Steam .Jarble 4' Gran-
Argyle Street, opposite St. Paul's Church.
Grave MA RKS in polished Granite or Marble
Marble Mantel Register GR ATES, &c., &c.
GEORGE A SANFORD,
W. T. JAMES,
Prices may be obtained from
Esqr., Front St., Hamilton,
Wn,. James Heney,
At the Royal Gazette" Stationery Store,
A Choice Selection of Children's
Just Received by -the "Carrie Dingle" from
Ilamilton, March 26, 1878.
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Y the Naval Captain Superin-
tendent, an experienced
Apply at THE COTTAGE,"
April 9th, 1878.
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April 9th, 1878.
CALLING A QUEENSTOWN,
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
the United States Mail
from New York
ON TU ESDAY.
S S teams h ips
NEVADA sails March 26, at Noon.
I IDAlO sails April 2, at 4 p.m.
WYOMING sails April 9, at 10 a.m.
WISCONKIN sails April 16, at 4 p.m
MONTANA sails April 23, at 10 a.m.
NEVADA sails April 30, at 3 p.m.
IDAHO sails May 7, at 9 a.m.
SThe above Steamers are built expressly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and
carry experienced Officers, Surgeons and Stew-
ardesses. The Saloon Accommodations are un-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, and the
State Rooms are on main deck opening into the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and light.
The U. S. Mail Steamer Canima" from Ber.
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage can be
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day.
WILLIAMS & GUION,
29 Broadway, New York.
March 14, 1878.
T 0 ,,
The Standard of
Adapted to the Standard of all Nations, Packed
ready for Shipping.
World's Fair, London
World's Fair, New York
SWorld's Fair, Paris
World's Fair, Vienna
World's Fair, Santiago, (Chili)
World's Fair, Philadelphia
World's Fair, Sydney, Australia,
J. & E. Atkinson' s
celebrated for nearly a century past, is of the very
b3st English manufacture. For its purity and gre'nt*
excellence it has obtained the following .
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS,
LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867. CoBDovA, 187.2.
LIMA, 1872. VIENA, S73, ".
White Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylang, Stephano.
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet,
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
And all other odours, of the finest quality only.
Celebrated Eau de Cologne
ii strongly recommended, being more lasting and
fragrant than the German kinds.
OLD BI OWN WINDSOR SOAP
celebrated for so many years, continues to be made
as heretofore. It is strongly Perfumed, and will be
found very durable in use.
ATKINSON'S BE \RS' GREASE, COLp
CREAM, SACHET POWDERS, TRAN-P.AR-
ENT GLYCERINE SOAP, ROSE TOILET
POWDER, TOILET VINEGAR, VELOUTINE,
WHITE ROSE TOOThl PASTE,
and other specialties and general articles of Perfu.
mery may be obtained of all dealers throughout the
World, and of the .Mlanufacturer+,
& -. N O.N,
24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION.
CAUTION.-Messrs. J. & E. ATrisonri manu-
facture their articles of one and the best quality
only. Purchasers are cautioned to avoid counter-
feits by observing that each article is labelled with
the Firm's Trade Mark, "a White Rose on a
Golden Lyre;" printed in seven colours.
April 11, 1876-12m lf
ProtectionU a fa ixt F l 7E
\T TIlE MOST MODERATE RATES
Can be obtain. from the
PHOENIX INSURA NCE COM.PA NY
One of the lor.gast 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 CiIARGE lor Policies.
N. A. BUTTE
The best Feeder known for Stationary. Marine,
and, Locomotive Boilers, &c.,) also
Oscillating Pump Co.'s Pump.
FAIR lANK'S & CO., N. Y.
October 16th, 1877.-6m
W 0,- Fi BASCOME,
REIDI STREET, HAMILTON, EAST,
Has Received a supply of the fol-
PRE PH R TIO.rS
FOR THE TEETH
Put up by t',e well known Dentists Messrs. GA-
BIIEL, Ludgate Hill, London.
SEDADENT, or Cure for Toothache
CORALITE TOOTH PASTE, for Cleansirn
and Improving the Teeth
ROYAL )DENTIFRICE, gives the Teeth
WHITE GUTTA P'ERCIIA EN \MEL, for
Stopping decayed Teeth
OSTEO-ENAMEL STOPPING, warranted to
remain white and firm as the Tooth itself
ODONTALGIIQUE ELIXIR, celebrated
Hamilton, March 26th, 1877.
Reid Street, WVest of Royal Gazette" Office.
Office Hours-10 to 12 and I to 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri-
Orders Promptly Attended to.
Hamilton, October U6th, 1876,
A GOO C 0 OK.
DR. SINCLA IR,
March 5, 1878. Mount Hill, Peibroke.
..LM1.dNJ CK-AP RIL, 1878.
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ri. r sets.
23 Tu 5 25 6 31 21 12 18
24 ,Ve'e5 24 6 3t.) 202 1 6 Lt.Qtr.4h 14 m AM
25 Th 5 23 6 33 23 1 54 Quarter Court.
26 Fri 5 22 6 34 24 2 42
27 Sat 521 6 34251 3 30
28 & 5 19 6 3.5 '26 4 18 Low Sunday ,
29 Mo 5 19 6 35127 5 6 St. Thos. Stmr. due
Ti1E BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE is publihlcd
every Tuesday by DONALD M'PHE[E LEE,
Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent
MeAT HIS OFFICE,
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &6., will be
printed at the shortest notice.-Agent
at St. Georges for the Royal Gazette,
JAMEs TIES, Esqr., Post Muster General.