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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
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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
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BERMUDA COMMRCtIAL AND GENERAL ADVERTISER AND RECORDER,


No. 18.-Vol. LI. STATE SUPER VIAS ANTIQUAS. 24s per Ann

S. il on B da, Tuesday, pril 18 78. 78.
'iamsftnofs Bermuda, Tuesday, ^SpriU 30, 1878. ..


I ^'Ttl AMUSEMENTS-BAND CONCERT
|^^J AT -MECHANIC'S' HALL. -
lI cert, on rather a grand scale, was given at
1"tv0 Hall on Easter Monday, the public mus-
teribg strongly to partake of the holiday amuse-
mnnt afforded by the Band of the 46th Regiment,
u nder their able Conductor, Mr. J3. Camhpbell.
-For the information 6f those who had not the
good fortune to be present, we append the pro-
gramme of the entertainment, which was through-
out perfornied with unusual care. S careful in-
deed was the performance, and so deservedly fre-
quent the applause, that it is almost impossible to
Essay to whom the greatest share of theoplaudits fell.
S .. .. PAB ,I. ,
1. erture, by String Band-" Oaliph of Bagdad"
,. ., .-Boielden.
2. ong-" Tu che a dio Spiegasti" (Opera Lucia
S. di Lammermoor)-Donizetti.
3. Song, Serio-Comic-" Strolling on the Sands'-
. ^ ', -..." V ance..
4.,Duet for two Flutes, with Variations, from the
.. .. Opera Guiramento-Mercandante.
5. Irish Comic Song, in Character-" Mickey Free"
S'- .. ..-Lever.
,, P A R T I I ,
1.. rand Selection-- Reminiscences of Trelaud"
-. (String Band)-Campbell.
2. 'BoldIers' Chorus, Vopal-" Deponiam I brando"
.,... (Opera -Fau/st)-Gounod.
8. Duet, Yocal-" Flow, Geutle Deva"-Parry.
4. "Dtcriptire Song-" The White Squall"-Barker
5, Serio-Comic Song-" Who Wants a Wife"-
"RT Whymark.
:* ". PAET III. -
1. Overture-" Italiauni in Algieri"-Rossini. -
2. Serio-Comic Song-" Leaning on the Balcony"
S "Levbourne.
3. Oboe Solo-" Casta Diva" (Opera Norma)--Bel-
S. .. lini.
4. Song and Chorus-" Brothers Fainting at the
S; Door"-Thomas.
5. Sopig and Chorus-" Thine Image'-Keller.
6. Song-" Nobody knows the troubles I have seen"
... -Weymess.
7. McDermot's Celebrated War Song (the last new
Patriotic Song)-I-Hunt.
Of course all lovers of the opera will agree that
Donizetti's song, "Tu che a dio Spiegasto," was
the most exalted piece in the programme, and that
the masterly manner in which it was rendered by
Private Ashford. is deserving of the highest enco-
miums. About the merits of the opera, in which
this splendid music occurs, it would be superfluous
to speak, for its claims to consideration have lougbeen
acknowledged. That an opera so full of genuine
music, revealing new beauties with every repetition
of performance, will live, it is impossible to doubt.
The Comic and Serio-Comic Songs met with well-
merited applause, Mickey Free," sung by Sergt.-
Major Crausby, convulsin g the house with delight.
We understand that the proceeds of the Concert
are to be applied to the'fund for the relief of the
distressed families of the unfortunate victims of
the ill-fated ship Eurydice.
For'the Royal Gazette.
DOUBLE ACROSTIO.
When Jove assails you from his throne,
..,, And tempests reud the air,
SShould you no targe or Luckler own,
To nearest friend repair.
1st. A language in Britain-not being ourown,
Is spoken by few from the south
F-or far to the North, it long since has flown
-Well stating the Highlander's mouth.
2nd. Myj reason for rhyming now, were you to ask-
-'Twas a problem that set my verse flowing,
s,.- a M e and 3 ;--h'ere's your task-
-Atthis~ratio to find what is owing P -
3rd. A dame of notorious learning-my third,
-In political matters "a Crusher,"
SPremiers all; my lectures have heard,
From Hibernia to.far East of Russher.
;, (These steel pens scorn orthography.)
4th, What muse will now lend mne her wit to portray,
Or appropriate terms will impart,
TE.misesd uMy readers a-. much as I may,
tet they And out my ry thmical art P
5th,- A4 portioa-f Anise and Cummin is paid
Not a Scribe e'en, detect ing a flaw, .
But this being done, still may be it said .
What of the WETOHTIER MATTER Of Law P
My whble are opposed to the cold and the wind,
Lucldess he who owns no such cover,
But let'those who do, e'er bear this in mind,
'Tis y6ur duty-to h'lp one another.
And having done this, should your target" ne'er return,
Bear your lots like a man.an4 a brother;
Content that by thisi at l1st you may learn
T'o look sharp, should you e'er lend another.
... 0., ..;...... OBSERVER.
Nor .--The solution will not be published unless a
eorrtl; one be received from some correspondent.
STHE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
Adjournmqet of the House of Oommons till May 6, and
of thW Zouse of lords tillt May 18.
IomDoN, April 16.--n the House of Commons,
this' afternoon, Sir Stafford Northeote moved an
adjournment of the House, upon its rising to-day,
undftleou*et of eMay. Sir Wilfred Lawson, (Ro d-
ioao) m.eaer for Carlisle, criticised this stepin view
of ?eWStIbtlB crisis. Mr. Hernry Fawcett, (Liberal,)
member for Hackney, moved anh amendment
reuiluig-f8f-an adjournment to the 29~th inst. Sir
taflbord Northeote deprecated this proceeding,


which, he says, would alarm the world. Right
How, William E. Forster supported Sir Stafford
Nohcote'; motion;/ and said that if he and his
colleagues thought the Government were pursuing
a war poli.-the would have acted otherwise.
Mr. Fawoets amend ment was rejected by a vote of
yeas 10 nays 168, and the motion for an adjourn-
me.l until ay'6 was adopted.
the Housd' of Lords, this afternoon, Lord
Salisbury, Foreign Secretary, stated that Count
Von Beust, the 'Austro-Hungarian Ambassador,
epiesnted to-day that persons of authority in
useta, especially qifiiers, were pained at Lord
etiy's recent "observations respecting that' coun-
ry. Lord Salisbury said that Lord Derby's ob-
eritgDs waee nfde on his own responsibility, and
hat ;there wgs nothing a .the Foreign Office war-
anipg thli The 0o s oth Lords'then adjourned
atil the 13th of May.
TJe remark, qf Lord Derby which chiefly gave
umbrage in Vienna was that, in consequence of the
u hb~Ql Slays in the Austrian army, it could not
e trste fis ainst the Rqssians.


.. For the Bermuda Royal Gazette. HAMILTON, 22ND APRIL, 1878.
REMINISCENCES OF ST. GEORGE'S HOS. rEN D S .ill be received the
PITAL, BERMUDA, TEJNDERSw aillte eeevedattme
By Rev. GEORGE WELLS TUTTLE, formerly acting COLONIAL SIURVEYOR" QFFIC'E until
Chaplain in theHospital. R. Y, -rd Proximo,
A very unworthy and imperfect T U to the From esons desirous of ndring for any
Courage and lleroisn of Heor Jlajeslty' S'Troops-dae- of the unemnto. Wk vi...
dicated with unaffected diffidence and respect. o e un ermenone ork, z. :
Sweet House of mercy standing by the sea, k ?. "Y? Brdg Cottage.
Where sick and wounded soldiers find relief; 1.-Colourring Walls and Limewashing Roof
Where Doctors,.1ViMed'cines, Nurses-all are free, and Walls and Ceilings iuside of Cottage
And Pastors kind-to assuage the heart's deep (the Roof to'have two coats 6f Limewash).
", .-, 1 sna~lo, a 0ow. --
How oft in noontido-heat and evening shade, 2 uihi F. o S d Bays
I've sought hthy r.siol-pn.ssind thy stately 2.--Bilding WHARF 20 feet by 12 feet by
"" '" [Halls- 0 fet, in height. : *
Watched death's approach, with mutd and silent The Contractor to find all Materials, which
*' ",' , tread,- are t6 beofthe st quality of their several
And whispered words of peace within thy walls, kinds. best quality of their several
Oft have I seen beneath the funeral pall, The COLONIAL SURVEYOiR does not bind
The coffin-corpse borne with slow step along himself tb accept the lowest or any Tender.
To music wail of The Dead March in Saul":- Plan and Specifincation of Wharf and all
And idle crowds towards the cortege throng, further information can be obtained on appli-


But here when Yellow Fever* raged, were men
Biuaded together in thy airy rooms:
And carried thence like victims newly slain,
And laid unwept in yonder rising tombs.
' Daughters of- England shed thy silent tear
-*Of pity o'er their sad and early fall!
STorn from thy parent stem, like leaves turned sear,
By blasts of Spring before the Autumn's call.
Once lithesome, light, and with an iron will,
And limbs in manhood's sinewy vigour strong :
Dauntless they marchedtheir country'sfoes to quell,
And save Her from the proud oppressor's wrong.
With sturdy tread, up BALAKLAVA's height,
O'er INDImA'S PLAINS, 'mid cannon's deafening
[roar;
They fought through serried spears of glittering light,
Proud for Old England's sake their life to pour!
'O Patriotisin! here thy strength was proved, -
When men for, thee would dare grim death to
[brave!
When Parents, Wife and Children-all they loved-
Were sacrificed: their Country's weal to save!
No Spartan Warrior, on his battered shield,
Broughtbackfrom battle where he bravely died ;
Surpass'd our English Heroes on the Field,
When Nation's rights are in the balance tried.
Englaud! with zeal build thou thy Hospitals,
And teach thy Surgeon's all the healing art;
Remember loyalty to duties calls,
Enrich and cheer the wounded Soldier's heart.
Well may'st thou build thy monuments for fame,
Of marble, sculptured with enduring art;
And in their niches write thy Vitor.s' names,
Though all engraved upon a Nation's heart.
But canst thou pay the debt- thou owest in right,
To. HAVELOox, CLIVE,'t and the HEROEs o KABs,
Who, moved by love, climbed dangers threatening
'* '* '[height :
"To save thy fame" :-or "die" amid thyi scars

THE EPITAPH.
Their ashes rest upon their*lap of earth
Doff'd are their martial robes-their plumes of
[state.
Hush'd is the noise of battle, and of mirth :
The Grave is but the goal for all the Great!
Here all earth's proud distinctions levelled lie,
Here wrong doth claim equality with right:
But right doth claim rewards that ne'er can die :
And wrong a doom to infamy and night.
Then dothmy faith disory another state,
Since GOD doth govern all in equity,
Wherein-raised to a high estate-the BIHT
Shall triumph over all-impiety.
River Philip, Cumberland Co., N.S., }
SApril, 1878.
The number of deaths from Yellow Fever was ap-
palling. Whole Regiments were decimated in one
season.. The plague, however, is not generated on the
Islands ; which are singularly salubrious.
*t The Title of" EMPRESS OF INDIA," recently be-
stowed upon oir noble and beloved Queen, was. greatly.
owing to these two distinguished Statesmen and War-
riors. ...
: "I could riot avoid paying the tribute, of a few
tears to the departed and lost fame of the British na-
tion-irrecoverably so, Ifear. I honour. Ido declare, by
that great Being who is the searcher of all hearts, that
I ams come out with a mind superior to all corruption,
and that I am determined to destroy those great and
growing evils or perish in the attempt." Words of
Clive. See Macauley's Essay on LORD OLIVE. Mo-
dern British Essayist, page 336. Also Edinburgh Re-
view January-1840. .
BAT MANURE AND THE ANCHORAGE AT
THE VILLAGEGE" CAICOS.
From the Turks' Island Royal Standard, April 6.
Barque Monsoon, "Villiage," Caicos, 1
-- i March 26,1878. ; .
Messirs. Frith and Murphy, 8 .
Grand Turk.
DEAR Sias,-My vessel being now loaded with
410 tons of your guano, bound for, Liverpool, G.B.,
I think it right togiveyou my opinion of this place,
and this I am more anxious to do from the fact that
some, so called, friends tried very hard to prejudice
me against this place.
SI anchored here at 4 p.m.on the 15th inst., since
which I discharged 159 tons of ballast and finished
loading to-day, without the least hitch of any kind,
and that in 9 working days-which I consider very
fair work.
This anchorage is far preferable to that of Table
Bay or Algoa Bay, South Africa, where I have oft-
en loaded. Both of which places carry on a large
shipping business.
If, on my arrival in Liverpool, my owners have
nothing better on hand, 1 would like to return for
another cargo. Please send on the necessary in-
structions to your agents.
I am much indebted to your agent here, Mr.
Alfred Stubbs; he has done all in his power to
forward my interest as well as yours. He is,
without doubt, the "right man in the right place."
I must not omit to' say word for my pilot, Mr. Win.
Olarkel:he has been to me all that I could desire,
and I heartily recommend him to all Captains,
needing his services.
, Hoping to hear from you on my arrival in Liver.-
pool, and wishing you every.success, ,
I,. remain, Gentlemen, ,
S.,, e Your obedient servant,
WILLIAM WILK1E,
,i 5aster Br. Bargue Monsoon.


cation at the COLONIAL SURVEYOR's OFFICE.
P. NESS,
Colonial Surveyor.

BY PUBLIC AUCTION.

Under and by Virtue of a Dcrrtul Order of the
SHonorable Court of Genernl Assize
in Chancery, .
WILL E, SOLD,
: 'ca
ON THE PKEMISES,
ON THURSDAY,
The 16th day of May, 1878,
.. All that certain HOUSE,
1 H MSHOP- and LAND in the Town of
St. George's, the Property of the late Charles
A. Hayward, Esqr., deceased, known as
CGAL IFO RNIA, '"
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 soht -uibjext. 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,
Executrix,
THOMAS S. HAYWARD,
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,
Executor,.


St. Georges, Bermuda,
April 22, 1878.


Heal Estate for


sale.


THE rUndersigned will receive
:- Tenders until

WEDNESDAY,
The 8th Proximo,
For the purchase of a


AND
3 +fcres of


SIn Sandys Parish,
Belongitng to the Estate of the late IR. F. Boa-
,ows, at present occupied by Miss
iIARY FOWLE lURROWs.
The Undersigned does not bind himself to
accept the highest or any Tender.
S '..JOHN F.- R ROWS,
-Administrator.
April 23rd, 1878.

For Sale,
A Handsome Walnut Wood


SBY CHIAPPI'ELL & (O., LONDON,
Good Tone, has stood the climate well.
To be seen at the DEPUTY-INSPECTOR-GENER-
AL'S Residence, R. N. Hospital Ireland Island.
ALSO,
A FINE

S Cow & Heifer.

S There wilh be a Sale in a few days, of
Glass, China, Lamps, Curtains,
Kitchen Utensils, Lawn Tennis
Sets, ,*c.
Further notice wili be give. -
April 23, 1878,.-tf : .


JUST RECEIVED
In great variety .


Child's Jewellery
Hamiltou, April 22, 1878.-3


~ft


S, Commsariat OffA 1, 8
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, 20fh April,- 1878.1
TpHE DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL *will


For further particulars apply to THE
SLIEUTENA.NT, OClatence Hill.
April 13, 1878.


FLAG


Empty Barrels.

SRound Hlooped Flour and Meal

For Sale by
ALBERTT ING L[S.
St. George, Bermuda, tilt J 3 .
April 22, 1878. ue

Notice.

THE Undersigned ill receive
a'nd forward Shipments of
]PRODUIICE

Throughout the Seasoni to ..
Messrs. DARRELL & CO.;
and
Messrs. MIDDLETON & C O.,
Neew York
Prompt safes and returns furnish d. -+
.. S* A :,.1ML. A. MASTIRM.
April 2nd, 878.-3


For Rent.


*0


A SMALL TWO STORY


In the Town of Hamilton, near the corner of
third Longitudinal and Parliament Streets.
Possession givbn immediately.
f-or terms, EC., apply to
; MORRIS A; M. FRITH.
I8th April, 1878.-3. ;

Mr. Rob ert Beding field,



A nithals and Birds of all Descrip-
'I .. .., lions STUFFIED.- : ,.
{smITHS HIL,: ,. a. ..a .: .A lt O .
o: Orders may be left at the Office of the
" Royal Gazette."
February 12th, 1878. .

.. For sale,

4 HORSES.

Appl to


Store.


April 16th, 1878,


E. CR.WLEY,
Mail Contractor, Somerset.


Heney's /Iuction Mart.


On Friday Next,
At II o'clock, A.M1.,


-- receive Tenders in duplicate up to 12 And each sueeceding Friday until further notice,
o'clock, noon I PI O$ l by .lucfioe,
? AS .M *O 'j ^ J ^ In l'rott of m-y Otlire, Queen Street,
The 6thdaybf May, 1878, ,1l',LLANE
-From Persons desirous of Renting' that Piece M E RA H A N M I E
of War Department Land, known. as .' I B) & l V I i 1 U fl 0 E!
Wr" eprn- n nn a As may appear for Sale on thatday.
LETTING NO. 30. Goods ,eceiveil up to 10 o'clock, a.m.. on
It is situated in Pemnibroke Parish on the eaeh Friday, arid prompt returns every Saturday,
Road leading from Fort Hamilton to Prospect, W ..J 1. ENEV
and contains about 1 acre, 18 perches of graz- A tio-eer.,
ing and arable' Land. 6 1 m" -uoneer.
Immediate possessioni can be given, iamil, l7.-5
Forms of Tender and all information can be -
obtained at the above Office daily, between J U S t K e e e I V 0 d,
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2p.m. r ,
The DISTRICT COMMISSARY GENERAL re- Pr OJ, -
serves the right of reje.fing any or all the A Small Quantity of Choice
Tenders. ...


Notice.

VJ1IE Undersigned r. quests all Persons IN-
DE IBTED to him for Debts contracted .pre-
vious to 30th June last, to pay the same on or
before the 10 th day of May next.
SAML. A. MASTERS.
Hamilton, April 22, 1878.-3

For Sale.


About the first
. OA'E


week in May will be Sold,
LAJ.''D 1


TO BACCO S ID.
As the supply is limited, persons wishing to
purchase had belter call early- at 46 and 47
Front Street, Hamilton, where will be found
the best assortment of CIGA1S, OCIGARI
ETTES and TO3ACGO inII Bermuda.
H.A. GRANTHAM.
llamilton, April 2, 1878.

NOTICE,
To all :whom ii may Concern.

HE Undersigned intending to
Close Business, r spectfully 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 arran-egrint le .mde
for the same, WILL, WITI'IOUT FAIL, be
placed in legal hands for collection,.
; All Accounts against the Subscriber are re-
quested to be rendered not later than Ist of
Jltine, (or adjustment. ; r
BEIrIUDv i .PoI UCE purchased
throughout the Season, at Market prices.
JOHN H ARNETT.
Hamilton, 9th April, 1878.

Sugar! Sgar!
-Ex. ROVR,,"
From -cDmerara,
Yellow Vacuum-pan-in Barrels
\Vhite Vacuum-pan do
Muscovado, in Barrels
At Low Rates for CASH.
S S. INGHAM.
luamilton. 25th February, 1878.

Be mucda Produce.


Farmers


and Shippers
to Consign


desirous


To T. '. Evoy & Sons,
West Washington Market,
NEW YORK,
Will have every facility afforded them during
the coming Season, by ,
W.J.HE NEY,
"rOffice, Queen Street; Hamilton.
Mard, 18th, 1878,-4tf.


JAS.AA JUDGE,
COImf MISSION DEALER
IN FRUIT AND PRODUCE,
46 48 IIroad sv. West, ash-
ingtan M market, X.Y.


'HtlE Undersigned represents this Season in
i Bermuda the above house. Consignments
ofPtWDUClE solicited, for which he can as-
sure highest market rates and prompt returns.
SJAMES H, BUTLER,
i r 1"."' I5 F1ront Street.
March .6, i878.-.tf, .

NO VA SC TIA
Steam M Jarble 4. Gran-
ite WORKS,
.1 L 1 L F X,
Argyle Street, opposite St. Paul's Church.
MONUMENTS, HliEA DSTONS
TaombTAOLETS
Grave .,A R KS-in polished Granite or Marble
Marble Mantel Register GRATES, &c.,'&e.
G EO-IG A. SANfOORD,
SProprietor.
Designs and Prices may be obtained from
W. T'. JAMES, Esqr., Front St., Hamilton,
.Bermuda. 6g


(Can be used either as an open or close carriage)
PRICE 65.

O.E DOG.CGJT,
Built at Quebec ; Pole and Shafts complete,
PRICE 25.


One Cottage Piano,
roughlly acclimatised and recently put into
perfect order and tune.
PRICE 30.


.


b


Th'


a~#titti~+





BERMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE


EXTRACT from METEOROLOGICAL OBSEH- To all Friends.
VATIONS taken under the direction of the Principal CAPTAIN and MRS. SILVER,
Medical Officer, Prospect, Bermuda. Above the sea P.P.C.
151 feet. e e
Leaving Bermuda at short notice.


Date


1878.
Ap, 22
23
24
25
26
27
28


ca


30-093
30-221
30-280
30-195
30-078
30-051
29'904


SWind
S a.m.


-S 13 o0
.a &


Temperature previous
24 hours.




0 0 .0 0
71-9 61-2 128-6 49-8
72-7 60-2 136-0 46-4
71-3 59-4 141-4 46-2
73-7 62-0 132-4 52-4
73-3 63-4 1356-0 556-2
73-3 64-6 135-1 57-2
76-9 65,4 141-8 58-4


Rain. PHOTOGRAPHING THE HUNT.--We are informed
--- that our townsman, Mr. Heyl, is going toel dAir. the
nch. residence of Samuel A. Harvey, Esqr., where the Hunt
terminates to-day, at a little after 4 p.m., to Photograph
the Hunt. Doubtless it will make a very interesting
-- picture.


0*00
0-00
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lHamiltern, pril 30, 1878.

Adjourned Court of General Assize.
MONDAY, 29th April, 1878.
Before Honble. JosIAln REES, Chief Justice, and the
Honbles. E. HAWrEY and J. H. TRIMINGEAM,
Assistant Justices.
Samuel Chapman tvs. Walter H.Payne. Judgment
entered for Plaintiff.
Charles HBenry Robinson vs. Robert Alexandei
Young. Judgment entered for Plaintiff.
Adjourned to Saturday the eleventh May next
at 11 o'clock.

CUSTOM HOUSE-HAMILTON.
ENTERED.
Apfft 23-Schr. W. McLoon, Rogers, Philadelphia
assorted cargo to T. J. Outerbridge.
Brit. Emily, Keen, Cardiff; 330 tons coal, for MN
Government.-
27-Str. Mercedita, Jackaway, Para.-Agents, N. T
Butterfield-& Son. 11- 1
CLEARED.
April 26-Mailt Steamer General Meade, Cowell, New
York ; 1-73 bis. potatoes, 4,641 bxs. onions, 14,10:
boxes tomatoes, 172 boxes beets.
27-Schr. A. S. Wiley, Rich, Boston ; 1,005 boxes
tomatoes, 370 bls. potatoes, 839 boxes onions and 54
boxes beets.
CUSTOM HOUSE-ST. GEORGE.
ENTERED.
April 29:-Barque Eliza Barss, Hollis, New York
cattle and hay to Trott & Cox.
CLEARED.
April 27-Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor; 2109 bags Indian
corn ex barque "Monarchy," Cork for orders.
Austrian Brig Temi, Toniasich ; ballast, New York.
Italian Brig San Rafael, Cacace, petroleum ex brigt
Clara and Agnes," Gibraltar for orders.
29-1Barque Continental. Tupper; inward cargo p. p
lumber-Rio de Janeiro.
MOV-MENTS OF VESSELS IN PORT OF ST. GEORGE
Barques.
Monarchy, Peafce, nearly ready for sea.
Continental, Tupper, ready for sea.
/ L Brigs.
San Rafael, Cacace, taking on board cargo ex Clara 4
Agnes. Ready for sea.
Tropic Bird, refitting.
o* Schooners.
Altasala, Murch, repairing.
Uncle Tom. Myers, refitting.
PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
In the Mail Steamer, Canima last evening from
New York -.-Mr. and Mrs. W. B. DeGarmo, Misi
Perot, Miss Evans, Messrs. W. B. DeGarmo, Jr.
J. A. Clifton, W. H. Wehrhane and T. B. Jones.-'
Second Cabii, Mrs. Crook and child and Ella Mus
son.-Steerage, A. Pitcher.
PASSENGERS SAILED.
In the Mail Steamer General Meade, on Thursday
last, for New York :-Rev. E. H. and Mrs. Hall, Rev
E. B. Hillard. Captain Silver, R.M.L.I., Mrs. Silver
6 children and maid servant. Capt. Dodds, R.N., Lt
Hearle, R.M.L.T.. Dr. A. J. Meddy, Messrs. Henry
Trimingham, E. A. Wood, A. J. Tait, A. W. Lukins
and Captain W. S. Richardson.-Steerage, Joseph An-
die, Augustus Smith, James F. Smith.
Amierican' S. S. Mercedita, Capt. Jackaway, front
Para bound to New York, in ballast, out 15 days, an.
chored in Murray's Anchbdrage on Wednesday last, in
wantwof.coaL. In consequence of the mate and .tw
seamen being invalids the Pilot very prudently called
for the Health Officer off the East End, and the vesse
was placed by that official under a quarantine of obser-
vation until Saturday, when, being satisfied that the
men had been suffering from intermittent fever, and
that no contagious disease existed in the vessel, she
was released from quarantine 'and proceeded to the
Dockyaropwhore, upon a proper representation of her
case, the Captain Suerintendent kindly granted the
relief 'required, and the vessel resumed her voyage on
Sunday last.
Th6 fercediiti had been engaged, in company with
the ill-fated AMetropolis, in taking out artisans and
navvies, with .railroad fron, &c., lor the purpose of
building a railroad to connect .he State' of Bolivia with
the Amazon," via the Madeira River (one of its
tributaries), and she had been 1000 miles up the
Amazon and 60) miles. up the Madeira, as far as the
Falls of San Antonio,, where navigation is then inter-
rupted. '

THEATRE ROYAL, BOAZ.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday last, the
" Orange Girl' wai produced by the Amateurs o!
the 12 Company, R.E., at the above Theatre, ini
(for amateurs) very creditable style.. -
Of course when it is remembered that professional
people who have applied all their energies and all their
capabilities for sixteean, and in some cases more, hour
a day to one subject, even then rarely succeed, ii
cannot be expected that the. performance.of those
whotaike up the study as a pastime should produce
considerable rhapsody, and indeed it would be un-
fair iu us to criticise captiously the efforts of those
who exert themselves for' our amusemement, espe.
cially where ,theatrical amusements are so scarce.
The Orange Girl" is a pretty drama in three
acts, with a prologue, and no.small praise is due toc
the leading characters for their thorough know
ledge of their parts. In the Prologue the title ro/e
was well impersonated by J. Vickerman, and Sally
Jeesop b C. Clarke, and in the Drama it is highly
refreshing to see these two sons of Mars in the cha-
racters of Jane; Fryer and Mr.. Gregory Dyngali,
by this we do-aot intend to convey that their acting


was superior to other characters, for throughout
the piece, each actor seemed to throw his whole
energy into his part, and vie with -the other in
eliciting admiration, thereb-y producing greater
effect than if, as is the case in many,amateur per.
formances one of the characters is set up exempli
gratia fhe rest bowing down to his supremacy and
going through their parts in purely mechanical
manner.
Following the Drama a series of vocal and instru-
mental music was performed by the String Band
of the Company, under the direction oq, Corporal
Jones.
On Thursday and Saturday the performance
concluded with an amusing Farce by Edmund
Yates, entitledi"A Night at Netting Hill," in which
the Orange irl of tAhe Drama appeared as Lizzie
(Alderman Syllabub's honsemaid) and caused un-
bounded merriment.
On Friday evening the concluding piece was,.the
comic farce A Bachelor's Bedroom," producing
shouts of laughter. An able manager was found in
Company Sergeant Major Walsh.


PROSPECT GARRISON CROQUET CLUB.
Weather permitting, there will be a meeting of the
Prospect Garrison Croquet Club on Thursday. May
2nd, at 3.30 p.m., when the Band of the 46th Regi-
ment will attend.

Y PEMBROKE GRAMMAR SCHOOL-ATHLET-
IC SPORTS.


Three-legged Race (open), 100 yards. Prize, a
Pair of Silver Napkin Rings.
1st-S. Burrows, R. S. Darrell.......Time, 15 sec.
Strangers Race, 100 yards (open to all comers).
Prize, a Gold Ring.
1st-Mr. Kennedy Higgs.
Consolation Race, Class I. (open). Distance,
100 yards. Prize, a Cedar Ruler.
1st-Cecil Tucker.
Consolation Race, Class II. (under 13 years).
Prize, a Riding Whip.
S1st-R. Stamers.
Donkey Race. Prize, a Riding Whip. 1st-N.
J. Smith. --.

*His Excellency the Governor's address was af-
ter this manner:
It has afforded me much satisfaction to have
been a spectator of your games, and to have had
the pleasing duty assigned me of distributing the
prizes. In order t articipateft in. them ou haven


The Athletic Sports, in connection with the above been training yourselves by regular practice; and
mamed school, came off on Friday and Saturday last, success has been attained, by a perseverance in this
and, owing to the kind exertions of numerous friends arytraining. You are school, my
and patrons, proved a great success. The programme necssaryrin ing stYou yantbtO'o My
of the first day was taken up by the steeplechases in boys, to train your minds that by and bye you may
the morning, and in the. afternoon all the boys who be able to take your places in the World, and to
participated in the games, were invited to MIount Lang- hold your ground. You have seen to-day that
1i ton and spent the remainder of the day, in the hearty; those, who have carried off the palm in these games,
* enjoyment of the several amusements which had been have persevered in their practice, so in after life
provided by the kindness and forethought of their gen- those will be the successful ones who now, while at
erous host. At the time appointed numerous groups school, take most pains to train their minds. There
, of the friends and parents of the competitors had as- was a time when the world was largely controlled
sembled in the Government Marsh, which -was to be by force, when education mainly consisted in devel.
Stheseneoftheontests. heoe sce selected was ing he mules. I need hardly refer to the
o ver a mile of the marsh land, which is thickly inter- trees and Romans, and .the chivalry of the first
Ssected by broad dykes, and was well calculatedto test K night s, illieraec'aath y wt mi no
sete oyhea y Knihts illiterate -as they were. It is- mind, no
the pluck and endurance of the lads. A dozen boys
r answered their names at the starting post, and as the longer muscle, that'governs and controls. When
signal to go was given, R. Tucker, Gosling, E. Dar- on come to study a profession those of you, who
t Tell and C. Darrell were among the first to cross the have carefully cultivated your minds in general
-first ditch and find their way through a dense mass of knowledge, will be preferred. These beautiful is-
high undergrowth and ferns. On nearing home E. lands in which you live, are too small to contain
Gilbert forged ahead and took second place, and finally you all, and in time you must go abroad to seek
overhauled R. Tucker at the last two jumps, and won your fortunes in the wide world and you must be
in 8 minutes-R. Tucker taking second and E. Darrell prepared to enter the lists of active competition,
; being third. The running was good throughout, and strengthened with the armour of a sound education.
the jumps, considering the breadth of the ditches, were For those, with whom you must compete, have had
. capitally taken. The second class, for all boys'under all the advantages of the best culture,and youmust
13 years of age, followed, over about a thousand yards not all he -avan of the bes cutr -s .. and yo ltm .
the same course, and resultedin an easyvictory for S. not lag behind in the race forposition and wealth.
Walker-Hillie Butterfield and J. Heyl taking second I see before me those who thirty years hence will
and third places. The numerous emersions, and the compose the Councif and Assembly of these Islands.
w ludicrous appearance of the boys after their ducking, Train yourselves to fill these positions with ability
1't caused great amusement and all the spectators seemed and credit. Your Island home reminds me of ano-
to enjoy the morning's performance thoroughly. The ter group with which I am well acquainted-the
s morning of Saturday was rather gloomy and many were Channel Islands-which carries us back in recol-
4' the apprehensions lest the rain that threatened should elections to the days of the Normans, The inhabit-
Scome to mar the completion of the sports. These: ants of those islands are deeply attached to -them,
gloomy anticipations were, however, not destined to be just as you are to yours. They go abroad to make
realized, and nothing could be more pleasant than the a living for themselves, but never forget the home
day turned out. The attendance at T. F. J. Tucker, of their youth, often returning to enjoy in anhon-
S's.ed ored age the accumulations of their industry, or at
displayed throughout the entire day was unfnaggxn", least to make life companions of the loves of their
The sports commenced at 12 o'clock with throwing th leastto make rfecompanions of the loves of their
Cricket ball. which was won by G. Gosling with-a youth and carry them away to their adopted home.
throw of 84 yards; 0. Smith, who unfortunately in- Now my boys I hope youwiU imitate them in these
jured his arm severely during the trial, gaining second particulars, that in early manhood abroad you
Honors, with a throw 'of 81 yards. The seebnd class will prosper, and in time return to the cherished
was won by H. T. Butterfield with a throw of 54 yards. homes of your boyhood to enjoy the rewards at-
" The mile race was won in capital form by Campbell tending your labours or at least copy them in
Darrell, time 6 minutes'; B. Tucker running second, pledging your hearts at home, and in course nobly
. The half mile for all boys under thirteen years, resulted fulfilling your pledges.
in a victory for H. Butterfield, .time 3 min. 8 see.; R. Three cheers for The Governor and three cheers
Darrell and J. Heyl taking second and third places. for Mr. Clay concluded a festive day.
The sprint races were all closely contested, and the
lumping was good throughout.. The" stranger's race There was a large number of Ladies and Gen.
b brought eight competitors to the start, and was won by tlemen present on both days.
Mr. Kennedy Higgs, who did the 100 yards in 91 se i
conds. The donkey race caused great amusement and
was won in masterly style by N. J. Smith. We regret i THE COLONIAL MUSEUM.
to say that during the. race H. Darrell was thrown from j To the Editer of the' Royal Gazette.
his donkey and had the misfortune to fracture his arm, DEAR SR,-I think that no visitor to the Ber. das
but this was the only serious accident of the day.Thecan fail to be gratified with its many attractions, large
Sprizes were awarded by His Excellency who addressed nd greatly varied indeed, in proportion to the area of
he boys in a most .pp a. e h rt^sr- -the whole group. I have enjoyed my visit immensely,
bution.* Te fine Band of the 46th R egiment wasi having had perhaps, unusual opportunities afforded
attendance and discoursed sweet music during the af- hin hd, e .rats n oo r esafforded
- ternoon Suboined is a programme of the event and me. y exp orations in Harrington Sound, where the
the winners a American Consuls seem to have taken up quite strate-
Sg: ic positions, convince me of the great variety of ma-
Steeplechase, Class I. (open). Distance, 1 mile. rine life to be found. here, rich in studies of a high
Prize, a Set of Gold Studs. order.- I visited, the other day for the first time, the
Sst-E. Gilbert ..............Time, 8 min. 0 see. Library and Museum in the Public Buildings, and
- 2nd-E. Darrell.............. 8 10 was sadly disappointed at the small dimensions of the
3rd--R. Tucker .............. 8' 40 1 Museum, and at the careless condition in which it is
Steeplechase, Class II. (under 13 years). Dis kept. Better of course this meagre and ill-cared for
SSteeplechase, Class (under 13 years). Di. collection than none at all.. But I really wonder that
4 tance, 1000 yards. Prize, a Cane-handled Bat. some little trouble is not taken to enlarge it andtokeep
Sl1st-S. Walker..........1...... Time, 6 mim. 15 sec. it in better trim. It could so easily be done, and at no
2nd-Hillie Butterfield. ...... 6 35 very great expense either. A well arranged and cared-
u 3rd-J. H. Heyl. ............. 6 50 for Museum would stimulate native talent in scientific
' Flat Race, one mile (open). Prize, a handsome investigation, while to the visitor the exhibit of life,
1 Silver Cup. other than in its bright social aspect, would be of the
o it-'Campbell Darrell .......Time, 6 min. 16 se highest interest especially to those whose opportunities
d 6" *s 2t 6 1- 4 2 c' are limited. Surely, Mr. Editor, something can be
2nd- obert Tucer ......... 6 24 done, and truly ought to be done, in this matter. A lit.
Flat Race, half mile (under 13 years). Prize, a tle moiiey spent every year would in a few years increase
e handsome Silver Cup. -the number of specimens. Could not the Lo. islature
dI 'Ist-Hillie Butterfield .... .. .Time, 3 min. 8 sec. make a small annual grant and private enterprise sup-
e 2nd-Richard Darrell ........ 3 14 'plement it, in aid of a Public Museum, which would at
e Fa.t A, d Prizea hand once demonstrate the richness of these charmed isles in
r Flat Race, 440 yar (open. a ome objects of.natural science P Agitation is a good thing,
SBilverup. ': bring the matter forward, and press it on public atten-
. lst--Stewart Burrows ............. Time, 65 se. tion with the energy it deserves. .
2nd-Gilbert Gosin ............ 72 LEONORA
Flat Race, Class II. (under 13 years). Distance, April 27th, 1878.
300 yards. Prize, a Pearl-handled Knife. j
1 ist--Hilie Butterfield. .. ,.........Time, 55 sec. CRC KET
s Flat Race, Class III. (under 11 years). Dis- CRICKET.
tance, 300 yards. Prize, a Knife. i n Friday last, a match was played at St.
e lst-William Lough ..............Time, see. Georges, between an eleven of R.E., and a team
S Flat Race (open). Distance, 100 yards. ri made up from the remainder of the Garrison. The
rar ce pen). isance, i yarPs. e, nby 27 runs on the 1st innings. Score :-
1st-Gilbert Gosling...............Time, 11l sec. i ROYI. ENGZN S.
Flat Race, Class II. (under 13 years). Distance, "st Innigs. 2nd Innings.
e 100 yards. Prise, a Gold Collar Stud Capt. Heneage, c. Rad-
f lst-Hillie Butterfield.... ,.........Time, 12 sec. life, b. Dowman 21 e.Vigors, .Dowman 10
' Flalt Race, Class III. (under 11 years) Dis- Corpl. Bates, e. & 5. Jones 4 e. Eden, 6. Jones 0
Staoe'100o yards. Prize, a Pearl-handled Knife. Lieut.Von Donop, Rad-0 6. Jon 8
lst-B. Walier............... ....Time, 13 sec ffe, 6. Jones 0 one 8
r T" *r 'f ... ,.' 'Lieut. Hellard, b. Jones 1 b. Dowman 0
Hurdle Race, Class (open). Distance, 160 Captain- Coddington, 6.
t yards; 8 flights; hurdles 3 feet. Prize, a hand. Jgones 26 Dowman 4
.some Silver Napkin Ring. Lieut. Bor, b. Eden 7 Horlock, 6. Jones 12
Sst-Edward Darrell........... Time, 32 sec. Lieut. Brady, b. Jones 1 6. Jones 6
Hurdle Race, Class II. (under 13 years). Dis- Sapper Russell, b. Eden 0 not out 0
tance, 100 yai'ds; 4 flights ; hurdles 2 ft. 6 in. Corpl. Booker, 6. Jones 5 e. Jones, b. Dowman 1
. Prize, a Writing Desk. I Corpl. Cannon, not out 0 run out' 0
1st-Hillie Butterfield............. ..Time, 20 sec. Lieut. Sill, b. Jones 0 6. Jones 2
SThrowing Cricket Ball, Class I. Prize, a Crick. Extras..... 13 Extras.... 5
et Ball. -
S1st-Gilbert Gosling............ Throw, 84 yards. Total.. 83 Total..48
Throwing Cricket Ball, Class II. (under 13 years) "
Prize, a Cricket Ball. ,. Rass o0 THE GAmsoN.
1 lst-Hillie Butterfield..........Throw,' 54 yards. 1st Innings. 2nd Innings.
S High Jump, Class I. (open). Prize, a handsome Lieut.-Col. Vigors, 19th
, Silver Mug. Regt., run out 22
lst--H. Hinson.............. Jump, 4ft. 3ins. Maj.Openshaw, 19th Reg.
I High Jump, Class II. (under 5 ft. 2 ins.) Prize, Z.b.w., b. Von Donop 0 not out 9


a Set of Stumps. Lieut. Radcliffe, R.A., b.
1st-Edmund Gosling............Jump, 4 ft. 1 in. VoniDonop 0 c. & 6. Von Donop 16
High Jump, Class III. (under 4 feet 10 inches). Lt. Fearon, 19th Regt.,
Prize, a Picnic Knife. 6. Von Donop 3 run out 1
Ist-Fairlie Ingham........... Jump, 3 ft. 10 ins. Pte. Jones, 46th Regt., 6.
High Pole Jump, Class 1. (open). Prize, a Von Donop 0 0. Cannon, 6. Von
Hunting Crop and Lash. Lt. Phayre, 19th Regt., e. Donop 7
1st-Edward Darrell............ Jump, 7 ft. 4 inm. Heneage, 6. Bor 3
High Pole Jump, Class II. (under 5 feet). Prize Bo. Horlook, RA. 12
a Match Bat. Lt. Young, 46th Rgt.; 6. .
1st-S. Walker ..............Jump, 6ft. 10 in oung, s r 0
Wide Jump, Class I. (open). Prize, a handsome Lt. Eden, 19th Regt., 6.
Inkstand. Von Donop 6
1st-Edward Darrell. ........ Jump, 14 ft. & in. Lt. Vincent, 19th Regt.,
Wide Jump, Class II. (under 6 ft. 2 ins.) Prize, &6. Heneage 0
a Pocket Book, Gunner Dowman, R.A.,
1st-Wil-liam Bluck ......... Jump, 12 ft. 3 ins. not out "
Wide Jump, Class III. (under 4 feet 10 inches). Extras.*' ..5 Extras....4
Prize, a Riling'-Whip. --
lst-Harry Butterfield,...... Jump, 12 ft. 10 ins, Total..56 Totalfor 3wkts,...39


commandant in the new Staff College, and remain-
ed there until September, 1861, when his connection
with Sandhurst came to an end. In 1865 Colonel
M'Dougall went out to Canada as Adjutant Gene.
ral of the Militia of the Dominion, and this
appointment he held until 1869. Since then he
has served as Deputy Inspector General of Reserve
Forces from 1871 to 1873, and as chiefof the Intel.
ligence Department for the last four years he has
done able work at the Horse Guards in arranging
and perfecting the scheme for the mobilization and
localization of our forces. Lieutenant-General
M'Dougall, who obtained, his present rank in the
October Gazette, is a Knight Commander of the
Order of St. Michael and St. George, and has re-
ceived the Crimean and Turkish medals. He is
the author of such important and valuable works as
" The Theory of War;" "'The Campaigns of Han-
nibal," and Modern Warfare as Influenced by
Modern Artillery."
THE DECLINE op AMERICAN NAGATIoN.-Dr.
Edward Young, the Chief of Bureau of United
States has prepared a statement shewing the value
of the imports and exports of the United States,
carried respectively in United States vessels dur-,
ing the 57 fiscal years ending June 30, 1877, with
the per centage carried by American vessels.
Amt. carried in Am.
vessels was In foreign vessels.
1821........ $113,201,462 $14,358,235
The per centage in Am. vessels being...88.7
1826 92'5
1877.......$816.60,281 8859,920,536
The per centage in Am. vessels being...26-9

Last week a Lieutenant of the Russian Frontier
Guards, named Greenwald, was tried by court-mar.
tial at Kieff for extorting money from the soldiers
under him, and was sentenced to beexiled to Siber-
ia for life. A Jew who advanced him money to be
lent to the men at an usurious rate of interest was
condemned to eighteen months' imprisonment in a
fortress.


PEACE STILL UNCERTAIN.
No decision has yet been reached by the Euro-
pean Powers concerned in the preservation of peace.
Propositions of adjustment are made, acquire some
prominence, and are then dropped out of the dis-
cussion. The most hopeful of all the suggestions
was one by Prince Bismarck, that Russia and Eng.
land should simultaneously withdraw their troops
and fleet from before Constantinople. Both Powers
were disposed to give consideration to this suggest.
tion, which was to clear the way to the much
talked of Congress. But there seemed to be no
common ground for arranging details. It could
not be settled exactly when "the withdrawal of the
forces was to begin, nor yet how far from their
present positions they were to go. Adrianople was
spoken of as the place to which the Russians were
to fall back, and Besika Bay was to be again, as
before, the rendezvous of the British fleet. Three
or four days have elapsed, and the fleet is still in
Marmora Bay, and the Russians still hover over
Constantinople. One more of the many prelimin-
ary propositions made in behalf of peace seems al-
ready stale and put aside. The London Times"
finds some comfort in the fact that it was consid-
ered at all, and thinks that the principle of this
simultaneous withdrawal of the rival forces having
been once recognized, the way to an adjustment
should be easier. It is by no means certain that.
Russia would consent to submit the whole San
Stefano Treaty to the Congrees, if it did at last
meet. The most that she has conceded is, that it
would be placed before the Congress with the other
treaties, which it in great measure supplants, and
the Congress could pass upon them all, but some
reservations are still made, and the British claim
that the whole treaty affects Europe and must be
confirmed by the Great Powers, is by no means
conceded. It was announced that invitations had
been issued by Germany for a meeting of Ambas-
sadors to arrange for the Congress, but this, too,
seems to have fallen through. The illness of the
two Princes, Bismarck and Gortschakoff, who have
had most to do with these negotiations, must inter-
fere somewhat with further diplomatic efforts; and
for the present a solution of the difficulty seems as
remote as ever.
The war preparations, however, do not pause.
In Russia the formation of twenty-five Cosack re-
giments had been ordered; in England the prepa-
rations were proceeding uninterruptedly, and great
satisfaction is felt at the success attending the en-
rolling of the reserves, and the manner in which
they had answered the call. Russia will require a
large addition to her forces to keep up their
strength, Fever and disease have been making
havoc among her troops in the field. Roumania
and Servia have been conciliated and now display
a more proper feeling toward their great ally; and
the Austrian feeling is believed to be more friend-
ly. Rusaia is no doubt making great efforts to se-
cure friends, and with her usual luck in diplomacy
is succeeding. In Bulgaria a condition of anarchy
exists which has to be met and put down. The
Mussulmen attack the Christian part of the popu-
lation, and, when Russia comes to the help of the
latter, do not hesitate to resist the conqueror. A
great number of Turks who have served in the war
take part in these demonstrations, and some very
serious encounters have been had. In one way
this makes against Russia, as it employs and uses
up some fractions of her armies; in another way
it makes for her, as shewing the necessity of her
presence in Turkey to protect the Christians for
whose benefit the war was avowedly undertaken.
All things, however, do not work smoothly for the
Czar. There have been disturbances at St. Peters-
burg; his troops in Turkey suffer greatly, and, it is
apprehended, must suffer more, from disease; his
great Chancellor and Counsellor is seriously ill;
and the necessity of maintaining his war establish-
ment and attitude strain his resources already
heavily burdened and taxed.-

ONE DAY LATER FROM NEW YORK.
The Barque Eliza Bares, Captain Hollis, arrived
at St. Georges yesterday with a load of prime cat.
tle for Messrs. Trott & Cox.
We are Indebted to Captain Hollis for a copy of
the New York Herald of the 19th instant.

THE NEW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN
CANADA.
The Broad Arrow furnishes the following par.
ticulars of the successor of the late General Sir W
O'Grady Haly:- .
"Lieut.-General Sir Patrick Leonard M'Dougall,
K.C.M.G., Deputy Quartermaster-General at the
Horse Guards, has been selected to succeed Gene-
ral Sir William O'Grady Haly, K.C.B., in com.-
mand of the forces in the Dominion of Canada from
the month of May next. Sir Patrick M'Dougall,
who was born in 1819, is son of the late Colonel
Sir Duncan M'Dougall. He received his education
at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and ob-.
tained his first commission 18th February, 1836,
purchasing his Lieutenancy in May, 1889. In 1844
he joined the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment as a
captain having previously obtained a certificate at
the senior department of the Royal Military Col-
lege, and after ten years' service in Canada he was
appointed major and superintendent of studies at
Sandhurst 3rd March, 1854. In the following year
he went out to the Crimea on particular service,
served on the quarter-master-general's staff in the
'Kertch Expedition, and returned to Sandhurst at
the termination of hostilities, having in the mean,-
time obtained promotion to. brevet lieutenant.colo-.
nel, 17th July, 1855. Ii 1857 he was appointed


The English papers abound in significant items -
concerning preparations. Thus: It is understood
that five batteries of royal artillery, now at Wool-
wich, have been selected to proceed to Malta; a
gunboat flotilla i to be prepared immediately for
the defence of the British coast; officers of pension
districts were ordered on Saturday to transmit to
the Admiralty forthwith the addresses of all re-
tired naval artificers and stokers, presumably in
view of a possible call for volunteers, and all men
belonging to the First Army corps, who were un-
dergoing punishment for disciplinary offences,
have been liberated and sent to their regiments.
In consequence of the remonstrances of the Great
Powers, the Egyptian Government has paid $550,.
000, the amount of judgments obtained against it
In tribunals by creditors.
A dispatch from Vienna says Russian occtpa.
tion of Bucharest is becoming more and more un.
likely. .. : .
Nothing was known at San Stefano on Saturday
of the recall of the Grand Duke Nicholas from the
command of the army.
The first Brigade will embark for Malta on the
29th instant.
The British Government is making arrangements
for laying a special cable from Greece to Marmora,
The Indian Goveranent has chartered 5 stear.
ere for the conveyance of troops from India. Two ;
of them are the St..Osaph, a celebrated AusIralian
steamer'of 5,500 tons burden, capable of transport.
Ing 1,500 men, and the Nankin, of 3,500, capable
of carrying a full regiment.
The Londonderry police have discovered impor.
tanut evidence regarding the murder of Lord Lei-
trimr, implicating at least one of the prisoners now
in custody.
All advices confirm the collapse of the strike in
Preston. a B a ote r ton
The spinners at Burmley and other large towns
have also given way, but cannot t work in
consequence of the absence of the .


United States and Europen Dates of
the 26th April.
The Mail Steamer Canima," Captain Liddicoat,
reached her wharf in this Town yesterday after,
noon. She did not leave New York till the morn-
ing of Friday last, having been on the dock to b,
cleaned. The C. had a very boisterous passage
hence to New York.
We are indebted to Captain Liddicoat, Mr. Pur-
ser Gale, 1st Officer Mr. Mitchell, and 2nd Engin-
eer Mr. Miller, for files of papers of the morning of
leaving.
Gold in New York on 26th, 1001.
Shares Delaware and' Hudson Canal, 54 ths.
Reiteration of the Report of Russian Privateers
from the United States.-Sixty-five officers and Mas-
ters of the Russian Navy have left for the United
States to take command of privateering vessels f0
be purchased in America in case of a war with
England. -
It has now been definitely decided that th o
of Edinburgh shall remain in the Mediterrane
Nothing if not Sensational.-The Standardf'aViennsi,
correspondent sends a sensational report that the
Grand Duke Nicholas has threatened to hold the
Porte responsible for the Roumelian insurrection,
and it is believed that this is a pretext for occupy.
ing Constantinople.

THE VERY LATEST NEWS.
Why England Still Arms-Gloomy Forebodinqs
Everywhere Except at San Stefano-A Peremptory
Demand from Russia. -
LoNDoN, April 26, 1878.-The reasons for the
rumored British rejection of the scheme for a sim-
ultaneous withdrawal of the Russian army and
the British fleet-the one to Maritza and the other
to Besika Bay-I learn on high authority to be as
follows :--Such an arrangement would necessitate
a military convention or separate diplomatic in-
strument; the English acceptance of the scheme
would be a practical admission of the correctness
of the limits assigned by Russia to New Bulgaria,
or a British sanction of the beatipossidentis principle.
Bismarck Thinks War Inevitable.-I have it on
the best diplomatic authority that Prince Bismarck
recently said to his physician,, Dr. Andrassen. in
the course of a conversation on the Eastern crisis,
Short of a miracle war is inevitable."
Gloomy Forebodings Everywhere. The corres-
pondents of the London papers in St. Petersburg,
Vienna and Paris take a very gloomy view of the
situation. In St. Petersburg it is believed that
war has been decided upon by Lord Beaconsfield's
Cabinet. In Vienna the situation is considered
desperate, while the France, of Paris, states with
profound regret that it has important private in .
formation that war is inevitable.
Sanguine at San Stefano.-On the other hand, the
Daily News' correspondent at the Russian head-
quarters at San Stefano states that it is believed
there that the simultaneous withdrawal has been
arranged.
Gortschakoff Seriously 1l.-The Herald corres-
pondent at St. Petersburg telegraphs that Prince
Gortschakoff's sickness is very serious, and some
fears are entertained for his safety. The doctors
fear his malady is typhus.
Will the Congress Meet.-General Ignatleff con.
firms the statement recently made by Prince
Gortschakoff that there are ninety-nine chances
out of a hundred that the Congress will meet in
the beginning of May.
Under Two Flags.-The Standard's correspondent
at Rome asserts that the Russian engineers recent-
ly there have chartered two-American steamers,
which are now in the Levant, and will proceed on
their journey to Suez and the Persian Gulf under
American colors.
Uniforms for British Sailors -The Standard states
that 10,000 uniforms for the naval reserve have
been ordered.
No Result Yet.-The negotiations regarding the
Congress and the withdrawal of the British fleet
and Russian troops from near Constantinople have,
as yet led to no result, and it is considered very
'unfortunate that Prince Bismarck and Prince
Gortschakoff have fallen ill at this critical jund.
ture. In the uncertainty of the issue of the pour-
parlers the Russians are doing their best to strong-.
then their position, and advices from various sides
concur that there are considerable movements of
troops towards Constantinople as well as Gallipoli.
Why England Persists. -The Sj ..Persburg cor.
respondent of the Times tele-pbhs as follows :-
"It seems that England bjeted to the first for-
mula suggested, namely, that the Powers should
meet to consider the changes le'be introduced into
the treaties of 1856 and 1871 in consequence of
recent-events, and a new formula has now been
invented which, it is thought, will be more accept-
able-namely, that the Powere meet to consider the
treaties of 1856 and 1871 in relation to the treaty
of San Stephano. It is said that Prince Bismarck,
annoyed by this quibbling, is more and more con-
fining himself simply to transmitting without cornm
meant the communications sent him from London
and St. Petersburg* It is thought that there is no
use of the Congress meeting unless there Is some
chance of coming to an amicable arrangement. The
British Government, however, objects to proceed
immediately to an interchange of views in respect
to the essence of the questions at issue. Austria,
on the other hand, is said to be advancing toward
a solution on the basis 9f the other Powers taking
suitable compensation for the increased influence of
Russia."





RERMTTDA BOYAL GAZEITrj.


At Burmley to-day, an amendment in favor of a
cOmpromise was supported by about a third of those
present.
At Blackburn the operatives continue to mani-
fest an uncompromising spirit.
An Havana telegram says: Competent judges
estimate that the sugar crop will fall short about
100,000 tons.
A, Turkish corvette has been lost off Kia and
90 persons drowned.
Prince Soltykoff's Crown colt Thurio has won
the Newmarket handicap.
Beauclerc, who has. been the favorite in betting
for the Derby, has broken down.
The Liberal candidate has been chosen at the
Tamworth election.
The Erie Railway was sold for $6,000,000, to a
committee representing the bondholders. The re.
construction scheme will be carried out.
An English surgeon who has just returned from
Erzeroum says 13,000 pick and wounded Turkish
soldiers have died since the evacuation of that city,
and the Russians have lost 21.000 men by sickness
since they entered the plain of Erzeroum.
A report is current in Constantinople that 80,000
Mussulmen presumably in the Balkan districts,
have. armed themselves with cannon and rifles left
behind by Suleiman Pasha at the time of his retreat
and attacked the Russians. It is said the Russians
have lost 900 men and 13 officers, and have asked
for reinforcements fram Adrianople. The Bulgar-
ians have attacked eight Mussulman villages, and
committed great outrages.
Both Prince Gortschakoff and Prince Bismarck
are sick.
BRITISHi 'GUANA. -According to the Government
returns the sugar shipped in the year 1877 was 35,-
785 hogsheads, 9,621 tierees, 34,834 barrels and bags,
against 46,917 hogsheads, 9,588 tierces. 31,249 bar-
rely and bags in 1876. Cacao, 9,337,164 lbs., against
9,710,000 lbs., in 1876.


Auction Sale.

WE WILL SELL,


At Public
Under the I
At 12 o'cl


On


Thurs


Auction,
flig Shed,
lock,

lay next,


I 2nd May,
i50 BARRELS FLOUR
V 20 Barrels Table POTATOES
, 25 Barrels CORN 50 Bags CORN
50 Bags OATS 25 Barrels OATS
1 10 Barrels SUGAR
10 Pilot and Navy BREAD
25 Boxes CRACKERS and Tea CAKES 10
lbs. each.
100 lbs. Assorted CANDIES
15 Doz. Tins APPLES, 30 lbs. each
25 Doz. PEACHES, 3 lbs. each
10 Cases Pressed Corned BEEF
10 Doz. OYSTERS, 1 lb. Tins
5 Quart Bottles Pickled OYSTERS
5 Kits TONGUES and SOUNDS
5 SALMON 10 Hlf. Bis. SALMON
Barrels, Half Barrels, Quarter Barrels and
S Kits No. 1 MACKEREL
1 20 Boxes CODFISH, 3 lbs. each
20 Tubs and Kegs BUTTER
20 Boxes Breakfast COCOA
S25 ICream COCOA.
10 Cases SHERBERT, a Summer drink
10 Boxes Laundry STARCH
25 SOAP, various kinds
S25 Scented SOAP


W 20 Gross BLACKING
WA OFFICE, April 9, 1878.-19th Foot-Lieut. 100 Boxes Herrings
G. C. S Hancock, from the Antrim Rifles Militia, 0 Sugar Cured HAMS
to be Second Lieut., in succession to Lieut. A. J. 50 Reams Tomatoe PAPER
Paterson, promoted. 10 Kegs 5d. NAILS
Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Inglefield will leave --
Liverpool for Halifax on the 80th inst. The gal- ALSO,
plant Admiral will probably there meet Sir Cooper god Draugi
Key, and the command of the North America and I good Draught
West India Station will then be transferred. Mr. .
H. Q. Barlow, the Admiral's late Secretary at
Malta, being unable to accept the appointment, it ) w
has been offered to Mr. G. E. Marcon, who will ac- B. W. WALKER & CO.,
company the Admiral.-Army and Navy Gazette, W WALKAui &er.,
April 18. 1 Auctioneers.
Lieutenant J. dU T. Bogle, Royal Engineers, has Hamilton, April 29th, 1878.
been appointed Assistant Instructor in Surveying
at the School of Military Engineering, Chatham, RA
vice Caiptain R. G. Scott, deceased. RWD
othe Schooner Hasty, of Turks' Islands, was stolen IV E POUN S STE RLING
from the "Creek" at Grand Cay, about the 23rd ult.;
by two of the crew oftheDominican schr. Anna Louisa, A will be paid fcr such information as will
which vessel was at the time lying at the Creek re- effect the Conviction of Person or Persons who
pairing. are stealing the WOODWORK from the RUIN
A Whale was'eaptured off Salt Cay on the 23rd ult., on Lands late of T. S. Tuz Esqr., deceased,
by the Whaling Company of that Island. in this Parish.
BAT MANURE.-It will be noticed by a letter from WILLIAM CO
Captain Win. Wilkie, of the British Barque Monsoon, WIVVoL L A M COX.
inserted on the first nare of this issue, that he has Pembroke. 30th April. 1878.-3 3p


taken on board at the Villiage," Caicos Island, a full
cargo of Bat Manure, for England. Captain W, speaks
in favorable terms of the anchorage and the dispatch
given him by the Messrs. Frith & Murphy. the owners,
of the deposit. Two ohier vessels were about to load
for New York with this newly discovered fertilizer.
Major Montgomory,of the Royal Artillery, sta-
tioned in the garrison at Halifax, N.S., died sud-
denly .on board Her Majesty's steamer Sirius dur-
ing the, voyage from Bermuda. The body was
landed at Hlalifax on the 24th.
a "x The fortnightly Mail Service between Hali-
fax, St. Johns, N.F., and Liverpool, England, for
the summer months, was' to have been resumed this
week. This arrangement will bring the dates of
the departure of the Bermuda Majs from Halifax
as stated in the Bermuda Almanack for 1878.
The St. Thomas Mail Steamer Alpha, is not expect-
ed here till to-morrow evening or Thursday morning;
as she will have to wait at St. Thomas till the 28th at
least, fdr the Packet from Colon for Barbados.
Barque Veronica Madre, hence at New York in 8
days.
H. M. Sirius hence at Halifax April 24,
Prices of Bermuda Produce in New York on the
25th instant :-
-Potoes............ .. .....................$7 to $8
Onions ............ ............................ to 4
Tomatoes ........ .................... ....... 1 to 1i.
BIRTH, in Warwick Parish on the 24th instant,
MRS, STEPHEN S. SHUiLR YY of a DAUoHT'r.
MhARRIED, on Wednesday, 24th instant, at the
Church of the Holy Trinity, by theRev. Mark James,
Rector of Pembroke and Devonshire, FRANK W. Wr.-
LEY, Esqr., Lieut. R.N., eldest son of Frank Wyley,
Esqr., The Charter Housei Coventry, Warwiekshire,
England, to ISAnELuA CONSTANCE, youngest daughter
of the late W. Browne Peniston, Esqr., M.D., of Ber-
muda.


DIED, at Somerset, on the 19th instant, after a short
Illness, JOSEPH, the fourth son of Mr. Daniel Virgin,
aged 34 years; leaving father, mother, and 5 brothers,
and other relatives to mourn their loss.
.......... in Pembroke Parish, on 25th instant, MRS.
EMILY JANE JONSB widow of the late Joseph Jones,
leaving 2 sons, one daughter, and 10 grandchildren to
mourn their irreparable loss. ...:..'


Please Notice.

A LLPersons INDEB'i'TED to the Undersigned
are respectfulryrequested to settle ALL their
Accounts in full on or before 31st May, 1878.
AMOUNTS remaining unpaid after that date
will be placed in leg. I haiads for collection,
without any respect whatever.
J. T. DARRELL8 & CO.
lawilton, Bermuda,
.April 80th, 1878,--5 3P1

NOtice.
To Farmers asni Shippers of

Bermuda Produce,
Consignments to
Messrs. 3. P. LOOMIS & Co.o
92 Barclay Street,
NEW YORK,
re solicited by the Undersigned who will re-
ceive and forward same.
Returns made Promptly.
| B W. WALKER & CO.
uniltonu,March 4th, 1878.-to May 31 3p.


Reward of 2
W/JILL be pai to the conviction of the persons who
Were seen STEALING LUMBiEI from HILL
HOUSE, about 10 o'clock on Wednesday night
the 24th instant.
THOSE. D. MIDDLETON,
Upland Villa.
April 26, 1878.-2

Received from London,
Per .dLPUH via Halijax.

Clothing, Tweeds,
HATNS
And other Goods, Suitable for the Season.
T. M. JONES.
Hamilton, April 30th, 1878.-3
final .2'oti c tor Somee.
P ERSONS who have promised to Settle their
.ACCOUNTS this present Crop Season,
will please NOT fail, in so doing, as the non-
compliance of some Will incur additional ex-
pense.


DONALD M'PI19 LLE.
Royal Gazette Office,
April 30, 1878.

Notice
To Growers and Owners


OF BERMUDA PRODUCE.
IN consequence of the great increase in ship-
ments of Produce to New Yoik 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.
TROTT4 COX.


Hamilton, Bermuda, )
February 9, 1878. { to 30th June, 3p


First Vessel for Deme-
rara,
TO RETURN DIRECT.
THE BRIGANTINE


WHITE. Master,
Will Sail for the above Port,
On or about 10th May.
For Freight or Passage either way,
Apply to
S. S. INGHAM.
Htabilton,,April 30th, 1878.


Bermuda Hunt Races.


D


A iiEETING WILL BE HEL:
AT TIlE
STowle Hall, Hamilteou,
At 3 i1. M.,
On Monday next
The 6th May,
For the purpose of making Arrangements
the above Races.
Members and others Interested are invi
to attend.
E. STANLEY CREEK,
Hony. S
Hamilton, 29th April, 1878.

46th (South Devon) RT
igiment.

THE ANNUAL SPORTS
OF THE REGIMENT,


Wiza TAKE PLAO-,
By kind permission,
In TR F T. ucke's Field,
NEAR PROSPECT,

ON FRIDAY,
The 10th May, 1878, at 12"30 p.m.,
Weather Permitting.

Stewards
LIEUT.-COLONEL BENNTETT,
MAJOR RICHARDSON, MAJOB JOHN.


Committee
CAPT. GRIEVE, CAPT. FORSTER,
LT. GARDEN, LT. MORRIS,
CR.-SGT. McCOLM, CR.-SGT.HARDING.
O CR.-SGT. HALE. i
Judge, CAPT. GRIEVE, Starter, LT. EDEN.
1.-Quarter Mile Race.
First Prize 15/. Second Prize 7/6.
2.-Throwing Cricket Ball. i
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.,
3.-200 Yards Race (Band and Drums.)
First Prize 10/. Second Prize 5/.
4.-Patting Shot (without follow.)
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.
5.-Veterans' Race, 200 Yards.
(For men over 15 years' service.)
First Prize 15/. Second Prize 7/6.
6.-High Jump.
First Prize 10/. Second Prize 5/.
7.-Two Mile Walking Race.
First Prize 20/. Second Prize 15/. Third
Prize 10/. -
S.-,- Log Jump.' '
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.
9.-Hurdle Race, 240 Yards, over 8 Hurdles. Open
Sto Army and Navy. o ,
First Prize 15/. SecondPrize 7/6.
10.-Non-Commissioned Officers' Race, 200 Yards.
S First Prize 1. Second Prize 10/.
* 11.-Wheelbarrow Race, 50 Yards, Blindfolded.
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.
12.-Best turned-out Man in Marching Order: one
man only from each Company to compete. Field
SKit to be carried. Prize 1. .
13.-Half Mile Race. Open to Army and Navy.
i First Prize 1. Second do. 10/, Third do.5 /.
14.-Bucket Race.
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.
15.-Tug of War. Right v. Left Half Battalion.
Ten men a side. Prize 1.
16.--Sack Race.
j .First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.


17.-Thnree-legged nRace, I0U X yards.
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.
18.-Lads' Race, 200 Yards. Band and Drums
under 17 years of age.
First Prize 10/. Second Prize 5/.
19.-Greasy Pole. Prize 10/.
20.-Consolation Race, 200 Yards, for non-winners.
First Prize 7/6. Second Prize 5/.

0Notice.


LL DEMANDS against the Estate of the
A late Captain L. J. G. F'ERRIER, R.E.,
should be sent at once to Bt.-Colonel O. H.
GORDON. R.E., Prospect, President of the Com-
mittee appointed to adjust his accounts; and it
a requested that any Sums due to this Estate
may be paid at once to the same Officer.


By order,
R. ATHORPE,
Capt. R.E,


Pros



To


pect, 30th April, 1878.-2

Notice.


One and


-.. -.~


311 whom it may


Concern.,
I think it right to give this timely Notice to
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to me,
and whose Accounts have remained unsettled
year after year, that their respective Accounts
will be again rendered prior to 25th May, ensu-
ing, and that a final Settlement must be made by
31st following, May; in default of such Settle-
ment, legal. steps will be taken to recover the
Amounts.
B. E. DICKINSON.


Hamilton, Bermuda,
April 30th, 1878.-3 3p.


For Rent.



At Eley's Harbour, Somerset,
At present occupied by MR. JOHN MACRET,
together with some fine Planting Land.
Apply to
MR. M. S. HUNT,
2h r1milton.
29th April, 1878.


-New York Mail Steamer.

The Steam Ship
"Canima,"
Captain LIDDICOAT,
Will leave hence for New York


3rd May, at 7 A.M.
To leave thence for return on


for Al9th May.
SAll MAILS to close at the Post Office at
ted 5 a.m., Friday, 3rd May.
Specie List and Parcel List will be closed at 6
p.m., on the Wednesday evening previous to
the Vessels departure as usual.
cy. Produce will be received until 12 noon of
Thursday the 2nd May unless the Vessel is
- previously filled and Bills of Lading will be
e- signed until 4 o'clock in the after noon of the
same day..
Passengers Stage wi!l be removed at 6'30
a.m., but passengers are invited to come on
board on the previous night and remate there
if preferred-
j Warehouse must he cleared on 4th Maty.


FREIGiHT RATES.
Barrels Potatoes ...,... .... ,each 60e.
Boxes Beets.. ,....,.....each 25e.
Boxes Onions...... .......each 25c.
Boxes Tomatoes.. ?.......each 10c.
Crates Tomatoes.......,...each 30*.
TR OTT COX,


Agents.


Hamilton, Bermuda,
I 30th April, 1878.


TREASURY BILLS.

FROM 1st May to 30th June there will be a
FURTHER REDUCTION in the Premium on
Treasury Bills, which, will be issued at a half
per cent for Gold and one per cent for Silver.
From 1st July the present rates will again
be charged.
HENRY POTTER,
Treasury Chess Officer.
April 26th, 1878.--2 e
Colonist copy twice.

TO BE SOLD,
By Order of the Mortgagee under a
Power of Sale,


ON THURSDAY,
9th May, at 12 Noon,
A Parcel of LAND
IN SANDY'S PARISH,
Containing about TWO ROODS, bounded on
the North by a Public Cross Road; on the
South by Land of the Heirs or Devisees of
Pilot William Morris, deceased; on the East
by Land of the Heirs or Devisees of Charles
Hewlett, deceased; and on the West .by Land
of the Heirs or Devisees of Captain William
Morris, deceased : with the
DWELLING HOUSE
t"IS 11 thereon, now occupied by Timothy
J& Seymour.
Further particulars may be had of S. B0owN-
LOW GRAY, Esqr., Hamilton.
W. J. HENEY,
Auctioneer.
February 19th, 1878.
S119 M., 830 A., 7 M.-3 p.


For Sale,
A WALNUT WOOl)


*


By Thompson, London.
the climate well.


Good tone; has stood
PRICE 90.


ALSO,

Fitted with every Requisite for
It owing and Sailing.
And a SMALL DINGY, nearly new.
Apply to
CAPT. PATERSON, 19th Regt.,
St. Georges.
April 30th, 1878.-3


+ Notice
To Farmers and Others.

THE UNDERSIGNED,
Would Respectfully Solicit Consignments of
Bermuda Produce,
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
charge.
Account Sales and Cash returns promptly made.
WILLIAM PEACOCK,
58, 60 & 62 Centre Row. W. Washington
Market, New York.
February 4, 1878.-3m. 3p.

EMPTY BARRELS.
BY THE'
New York Mail Steamers,


Will,


until further notice, be brought at 121
Cents each from New York.
TROTT & COX,


Agents.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 23, 1878.-2 3p


Commi&sariat Opice,
HAMILTON, BERMUDA, 29th April, 1878.
TriHE DISTRICT COMMsAYR GENERAL will
Receive Tenders, in Duplicate, up to 12
o'clock, noon,

ON TUESDAY,
The 7th day of May, 1878,
From Persons desirous of Supply.
ing to the RoYAL EIzEma DEPARTMENT, or
or before the 12th July net,
9,000 Superficial Ft. White Pine BOARDS
19,000 LUMBER-Spruce or Pine
4 Small SPARS
4 Blocks of OAK-and
A Small quantity of Oak PLANK.
Forms of Tender, together with specification
containing all information, can be obtained on
application at the above Office, daily, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Tenders must be addressed to the DISTRICe
COMMISSARY GENERAL, Hamilton, marked on
the outside "Tender for Timber."
The DISTRICT COM4IsARY GENERAL re-
serves the right of rejecting any or all the
Tenders.
1 Colonist copy once.



Notice.


! Royal Mail Steamers.
ALPHA......... CAPTAIN CaowEL,.
BETA.......... CA.PTAN SHAW.


THE above Steamers will take BERMUDA
S 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
in Gold :-


Bbls. Boxes
Onions.
To Halifax ..... 50cts. 20cts.
St.John,N.B..60 40 "
Boston........60 40 "
New York......60 40 "
Quebec .......75 45 "
Montreal ...... 80 50 "


Boxes
Tomatoes.
10 cts.,
18 "
18 "
18
20. "
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-
tined.
Barrels must be well coopered and through
Packages will not be received unless in good
order.
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 PENwo's SToRES before the
arrival of the Steamers, at a storage rate of
two pence per Barrel, payable on storing
Goods.
The above rates include all Shipping and
Transhipment Charges at Halifax.
I PROBABLE DATES OF SAILING.
April 30, 1878, j June 25, 1878,'9
May 28, 1878, 1 July 23, 1878.
Every facility will be rendered at St. Georges.
JOSEPH M. HAYWARD,


Agen,.


St. George's, Bermuda,
April 22, 1878.


Wanted*

H A HOUSE
In the vicinity of Prospect.
Apply by Letter stating all particulars, to
CAPTAIN BROWE, 46th Rlegineai, Boaz islau4'
April 30th, 1878.-I pd.
JUST RECEIVED
7P.OXC LO DO',
Per "General Meade."
A Fine Selection of
TRO WSBRIi08,
Comprising some of the latest London styles.
AISO,
Blue Staff Serge, Broad Cloths,
Suitings, l c., 4'.
A. LEBRECKT,
Tailor & Habit Maker, Queea St.'
Hamilton, April 23, 1878.-2 3p"


fUnclaimed Letters.
Garcia Augusto, Mrs William Brown, Susan J
B.lakman, G A Butch, Roza Bitlacomte, Mary
Butterfield, Peter Burgess, Anni Been, Wn OCarnaes
Mr Costello, Mrs L Cornest (Paget,) Richard Dean,
Spinalls Dina, Mary F Deshield, Rev. R R Disney,
John Emanuelson, Mrs J A Frith, Lucinda F Fub-
ler.1J H Fowler, Mrs Sarah Henry, Thomas H
Howland, H R Hamilton, F T Hamilton, R N, Elln
Lightbourn, Mary Mallory, Jose do Medeiroe, W
Murphy, Manuel Marchell, Oswald Outerbridge, Joe
Mariante, Thomas Place, W S Robinson, R Swan,
Julius Smith, Mary Swan (Upland,) Mary Swan
(Pitt's Bay), W C Simmonds, Mary Stovell, J 0
Searles, Sarah Talbot, Miss Whitecross.
Post Office, Hamilton, April 29, 1878.
MAILS for England, United States, Dominion of
Canada and Newfoundland, per H. M. S. *' Rover,"'
to Halifax, close at the Post Office, Hamilton, ON
THURSDAY NEXT, at 8 a.m.
S---
MAILS FOR ENGLAND, United states, and
' Dominion of Canada, per Steamer Canma, close at
the Pout Office Hamilton, on FRIDAY next, at
five, a.m.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE POST OF.
FICE, ST. GEORGE. 29th April, 1878.
Alexander Blacke, Jas S Basham, Mrs Bar.retl,
Nicholas Calebras, Edward Casey, Miss R M Da.
Costa, J R Duerden, Susan Harford, Mrs R B
Higgs, Fernando Helbo, Charlotte Johnson, Harry
McMillan, John Outerbridge, James Pilling, Francis
Reid,.G S Rankin, George G Smith, George Sour.
ling, Chritina E Smith, J H Smith, B F Smith,
' Jmes 'imes Jacob Wainrisht, Anne Waite.


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BFJ RMUDA ROYAL GAZETTE.


POLICY (IF QPE PT BRITAIN.
LONDON, .~ ii .-- 'l is .i,- n.i 's.. Fall Mall
Gazette, in 1ii' r. ediLorial article, says:
"Whether Prince Bismarcl.'s pr;oposl-.s -uccee, or
fail, we have no reason to disturb, ourselves about
the sitlntion. We are strong in the justice of our
diplomatic position, and can afford to wait. until
our material strength begins to tell in support of it
byway of wamerelyi)assive pressure. If Russia ac-
cedes to our stipulation for the congress, well and"
good ; i| will be,lheld, anid we. shall begin to put our
hands to th mist arduous, danger-fraught'pieee of
international work that has been attempted in Eu-
rope since the beginning of the century.' If Russia
refuses to accede to those terms there is no necessi-.
ty-for us to declare war against her, and it is to+the
lapt degree improbable, that the Government will
resort to a declaralian of war. It will ,be sufflent.
for jhpim. to continue their armaments, to occupy.
ceel tn lhoioP t's of territory, not necessarily provoca-
tire -.f a collision with the 'Russian forces,-'annd-
keep Russia in her present position, that is'to-say,
with an unrecognized treaty in her possession, but
no other.gain from the war but such as she can re-
tain by actual physical possession at ruinously in-
creasing cost, and'there to let her remain until she
returns to tihe sense of her duty to Europe."

CANNOT. PAYY -THEIRD DEBTS.
Eleven Bulines PFailures in A w York Cty in one
i :: week. .


POWER & FRITH,+
Uarristers-at-Llaw, c.
IF' IE Subtsci iers have" this day entered into
a- Co-partnership as
Attorneys, Solicitors, Notaries,
&C. .
'he business will be conducted under the style
and firm of
POWBR & PRITHiI. l.
OFFICES-166 Hollis Street, over the ollices
of Messrs. Amo & Mackiiitosh. .
L ; L POWER, '
1 fax "tJ HARVEIY FRITIH.
halifax, 1st. Feby, 1878. ..: : .




Wh61lesae and retail ealr in '
*. .(I Wr jl-


0 En inosh and American preserved
Heiter & Gans No. 349 Broadway, liabilities
$225,000; tivermOre, & Co., bankers, No. 74 I^ ,- '" "'- i
BroadVy, 'no estimate of liabilrties; Gould jH. 2
Thorp & Co., of No. Ill Broad street, abitites Nos. 10 a-d 12 Queen treet
$40,000; W. A. Evans &-o., No. 36 -Broad st., + Nos. 10 and 12' Queen treeh C
Comings had a notice posted on his front door an- Hartifrttn, Bermuda. -
nouncinghis suspension but he, too, was hopeful' N. 1-. hipsh'*$t trbs' Supplied at Lowest
of resuming businek;;.George W. Bassett & Prices. .....
Co., No. 54 Park PIAce.l Uabilities $200,000; R. February 18th, 1878;-- m
* L. Leggett, Nos. 9 nnai i Park Place, liabilities ,
$120,000; Mr- H. H. Slotesbqry, the Trustee of i -
Jehial Read & Co., No. -96 oadway, liabilities ,
$192,(00; Youngs, Smith&. Co., No. 78 South ,;
street, liabilities $:350,713 17; The New York Bat- 1 l
ton C6m)ayeofNo. ;7 .rrankir 5.treet, liabilitAe NsE 0 u U^ K S
$95,000; Slelle & Horton, No. 412 West-street,
assigned their property;, Messrs.'Siecke & Wan- At tie ',R, nack, have agreed to pay 40 cents on the dollar of A G'hoi Selection of Childteni's
their claims.. .
TRANSFER OF THE UTE INDIANS. Just received by tho "Cari'ie.linrle" from
.CHoxaq,: April 14.-Lieut.-Gen. Sheridan, obe- Lndon
dient to- the order of -the. President,. has directed lamjon, March86, 1 8 ..
Brigf-Qep Jq1n Pope, commandingthe Department .. M
of'thle Missouri, to cause the Ute Indians to be re- "-
moved from, the State of Colorado to the Territory T 0,
of New Mexico, and to use what troops may be ne- ,
cessarv to effect the transfer. The Government, au- a
thorities have determined upon this disposition of A .
Ibe tribe as the wisest step that can be taken under -' V .
the,pircfimstanc.ess. The .qu-slioh of removal ha3s I ,
been under consideration for several months past. I
The Ute tribe numbers 22,000 men, women, and
children; divided into a dozen or 15 bands. Two a .
or three small Unnds have wandered out of'Colorado |, | '
-int0o the adjacent, Territories, but they can be
brought to,.the general rendezvous with little diffi- -
culty.. It iq regarded in military circles as extremely Z '
doubtful it the tribe will submit to the remo+vql t I'
without m6rbor ,less resistnee. It is even feared. .
that There 'wi-l be open rebellion, in which event |W| 0, r4 [A n. l &.
there would be need of a good-sized Army. The i S
fears of reiSite a. ee strengthened by the fact that. t- I.a y4 r
Old Ouray, the head chief, is known to have been 0 |- ;
inciting the Navajos to rebellion against the miners- M .. ? a ' .
ofthe San Jitan region, and the tribes may formrit P4.2 t
alliance-to -resist the execotitonr of the'order for re I A
moval. rThe President will ;.et 'apart a reserve .-" t *
tionfor the tribe in CamawsValley., Once located I .+ _W t S
there, the Utes are to. be supplied with cow, sheep, S
and olher animals, and instructed in the business, : I- -
of stock-raising. 0 1.


;. h a h
A VrAvE SHEEP.-Toby, the sheep hated the
whole canine race.' One diy when the Captain and
his pet were taking their usual walk *on the prom-
enade, there came on shore !the- skipper'df a :Fal-
mouth ship, accompanied by a:very large formid-
able-looking dog.. And the dog only resembled his
masfer, as you observe (logs usually do. As soon
as be ~ .fI-Tobb he commenced to set his dog upon
hi,;,, ut Toby had seen him coming and was
quite in garde; so a long and figece, battle ensued,. -
in which Toby was slightly wounded and.the.dog's
heiLwj. s.ev.rely., cut. Quite a multitude had as...
sembled to witness the filht, andthe ships' riggings
were alive with sail. %. JAttp ,nime the brutal
owner toh do .seingr his petgetting worsted, at-
temrn_ dolst.hn ftr, tl. -'crowd would, have
pitch ttintif riostI a iderop into tbe river, had
he not desisted. ,At last both dog and.l qbpep were
exlqusted, and drew off, as If by miitpal consent.
Th'~ dog se ted himself close to ihe outer edge of,
the platforni, Aid'ih s about 'three feet higher"
than the river's bank, and'Toby went, as he was
wont to do, and stood between his master's legs,
resting his head fondly oh the Captain's clasped
hands, but aev rE txek.bis...eyes off the foe. Just
then a dog'onboard'one (o th'e ships happened to
bark, and the FaJmoaut. dog looked around. This
was Toby's clhane, and hedi~t not miss it or his
enemy either,' lfwans on him liie'a bolt from a
catapulutf. .Q 'u.".rgw Q'og ;t "o. off
the platform, next,moment Toby had leaped on top
of bhiQ,2and was chasing the yelling'animal toward'
his own ship. There is no-dubt Toby would have
crossed the plank and followe-d him on board, had
not h'b| ee "ilP^d p.d. preepjitpted'ilim ,into :tbe'
rivel. few minutes afterward, when Toby, drip-
ping with wet, iefaraed to th'e.'platform rto look for
his ma: er, wasgreeted with ringing cheers: and
many a ie'pitstre4spenbl in creating our woolly
friqalg.jQJif',t. Toby-was the hero-of Galatz from
that hour; but the ]'almouth dog never. vpntu'red_:
oq "lW jrP D, A rui bJiJtaster-as.aeldom--as -poe--
sibe.-"Chamsay.{oural., .- !
Ritds''ASA A'CIVILIZED Powtu.-It;has been saidd
of tlbtia-thrat it Is her particular desire to be'es-
teeated"*- civilized power., She is as'sensative
about Aby marks which' connect her with Asiatfic
igan6rnce and savagery as is the fifth -in 'descent
froam"'i tluaws about remaining -indications of
impure blood. One who would please her must pre-'
tenot0o'see nothing about her that is not strictly
Eutopean-nothing that is behind the most advan-
cedf, nations. It this be'trulv her weakness, she
subjected the veneer in which she wears her polish
to a creel ordeal-in und-ettaking to carry on a war
under the very eyes, as it -were, of Europe. A,
Cuban hound may- be domesticated and made to
exhibit much of t'he.ddclity and- affection natural"
to dogs'of a softer breedt; h-e-will be playful and
wi)lliok the hand- in- rel,urni'or caresses, 'andhis
ey&,:willwaiL upon the eyes of his master but let
bide.smil blood, and, be will sor-n- let+ you kniow
who his ancestors were.:,The6 Muacovites, -no donbt', '
believed that they would make-this war in the most
chivalrojasstyle 'as.regarded both strategy and don .
duet. .Thpic.-belief in their military -ability was a-
great blandeV,.bEutil was a,greater blunder to im-'r.
agine that their barbarians could observe any-mea
sure in dealing with those-who might be at their
merot* Cossacks, Bulgarians, Circassians, hare the
scapegoats upon .whom the niost'ret'olting cruelties
are laid ;:; but these all formed portions of the Im-
perial; Army. And the inhuman~-treatment of
prisoners-0ef wV, the driving out of the populations
of whole districts, the persistence in inflicting the
miseries ~iwar on the Turks after they had made
submission-who is to relieve the muscovites of the, -
odiuma of these charges ?l-.acWkWoQc'N Magazine ..i


Superin-


W anted, -'
RYIthel N-arval Captain


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tendent, an exprAi nced '
OOK ..
Apply A T H.E- COTTAGE,"
9,, l Jreland Island.
9th', 187". : .


R. H. Mt.L,.h. *. W. SPEN&C'.

Miller -&Spence,
: Washington Street
.HEV NEW-YORK.'
All persats desiroiu'of tihippiung t.fhe ab6ve
address will be afforded evpry. accomniodation
by applying to our Agent,
STH fQ. QOUTE BRIDGE,
Reid tr.eer, *flainilton.
Bermuda,,Janiary *2, l878 .


ot ice.
ALONZO P' T:ON has' made arrange-
A ments fr obtaining a :uan'ily of the
GENUINE REID ANDl WVIITE TENERl TFE



Which he expects to receive in September next.
Per-ons :catn engage the same by applying to
the Subscriberor'to
JOHN ZUILL, Somerset.
A. 1. -HODSDON, Hamilton.
WAV. 0. NORTH, Bailey's Bay.
The Underaigned will also take this opportu-
nity of informing .his Friends and the Publice
getierally, that he is bn, 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 ting
in "is power t'o promote the welfare of those
that favor him with Consignm ent-.
3LONZO PEJVASTOJV.
Hamil'toi, Jany..S'2,d, 1878.

R. w. Hay ward 4 Co.,
General Shipping and -'
Co Gmmiss1io0 1 'i-rcIBsints,
52 EXCHANGE ,PLACE,
New York.


CO GNNM NTS OF -


Solicited to above address and forwarded free of
Consul's Cerlificate.
Highest Market Rates guiataiteed, and Re-
turns promptly made. .
Cash pay'ille in loermnuda or New- Yorktat
Shipper's option.


F. D. ,S.


61
imr ainor Fernr 25, 1878-tf


10~
7 ? 9,,7 &


Cai


CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN,
rrying the United +States Mail
fro n New York
ON TUiESDAY.


+- Ste amships ,
NEVADA sails March 26, at Noon.
IDAHO sails April 2, at 4 p.m.
WYOMING sails April 9, at-10 a.m. .
WISCONIN sails April 16, at'4 p.m. i
MON'TANA sails: A pril 23, at 10 a.m.
NEVADA saifs April 30, at 3 p.m. :
IDAHO sails May 7, at'9a.m,
The above Steamers are uttilt expirssly for
the Trade, have five watertight bulkheads, and.
carry experienced"Olticers, Surgeons and Stfew-
iardesses. The Saloon Acconnmodations.aire Ln-
surpassed by any Atlantic Steamers, nid the
State Rooms are on maii deck opening iniio.the
Saloon, thus securing that great comfort in
ocean travel, perfect ventilation and ligh/t.. .
The U. S. Mail Steamer Canima"' from Ber-
muda, Thursdays, generally arrives at New York,
on Monday, and Passengers' baggage, can hle
transferred direct to the Liverpool Steamer sail-
ing next day. -
*WILLIA[MS &, GUION,
S Agent",
29 Broadway, New .Yor6k.
New York, March 14, 1878. -

The Standard of
the Worild.


NASH,
I Front Stieet.,


I'o Farmers a'nd Shippers of
B ER UA PRU0 UG E
fiB E RM Us A----- OD0 t a
I AVING had sevl'al years experience in this
line of business, 1 desire td continue in
the same during: the coming Crop Season, and
respectfully solicit any consi nmeii cts you. may
forwI rd to this. MAirktt. I will endeavour to
realize the highest M!ariuet prices, render Sales
- and Remittances prom ptl \v.


MR. TrHO.. H. PITT,
Of Hamilton, Bermutla,
Will attend to receiving arid invioiciug l Con-
signments for me, and will give all information
necessary for benefit of Shippers.
I remain, your, &c.,
A, z + Mi.F. JUDGE,
With .Messrs. O'Connor & Judge,
42 & 43 Vesey Street, .
Sm New York.


signing


Q N.S


desirous of Con-


.p s..u"" E

71essrs. MlPiddle1i-9, 4 Co,
+ + NEW:YORK,
Will please call upou' MR. AIMUEL A. M AS-
TEl{r, Frout Street, who will attend to the
Shipment or ttieir goods, as heretofore.
Hamilton, Feby. 12th, 1878.-3 m


iA., EmILIUS OtJ~ltRBRID'GE.:


JOHN S. SCOTT.


./. Emilius Outerbridge
P uter**, -*; id ''- *


S+*'Co,, .: +. +
Shipping and Commission
S1 ERC ANTS -.
No. 29 BROADWAY,
Agents for : N NEw YORK.


Quebec & Gulf Ports S. S. Co., .
New York and West India Division,
Janz 7,,1878.


... A E. S a
Adapted to the .teinsrl I of all N aion Packed
ready fir .'liipping.


World's Fair, London .....
W. Id's Fair, New York
World's Fir, Panis
World's Fair, Vi Tin I
Would's Fair, Shtinia,, (QClili)
World's Fair, Philadelplii
Worli's F-'ir, Sydney, A\ustriali, '
I. ANCOCK'S INSPIRATO'iS


1851
1j.53
1867
I 73
1I75
1876
I -77


\T "FlIl; MOST' M ) DERATE- RATi-S
Can be obtained from the
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO i PA'. N
of London,
One, of the longest Established and Wealthiest
IOffices 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 aId PERSONAL.
PROPERTY for 3,, 6 or 12 months.
No FEES and no CHARGE for Policies.
N. A BUTTE RF E LD,,
Agent,
inmilton, September 9th, 1856.


PER FUMER Y,
'-elebrate1 ifr .neatly a century pw, i0 of ile 0 ery
'>e i Eingli ,n manuifactlre. ; For i puri. y ,and eat
excellence it has obtained the followiniig
EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS'
,LONDOw, IC6y. r,"PAs, 1867; : COHDOVA, 1,-
LMA, 1878 VIENNA, 1873.
PHILADELPHIA, 1976.
ATKINSON'S CHOICEi PlRFUMLiFs
For the Handkerchief, .
VWhife Rose, Frangipanne, Ylang Ylain. Stepharto.
tis, Opopanax, Jockey Club, Ess. Bouquet
Trevol, Magnolia, Jasmin, Wood Vio-
let. And all other odours, of ithb +
-finest quality only. "
Jtkinson's Florida Water "
A most fragrant Perfume, dislillod from the choice
i Exotics.
ATKI NSON'S qINtNINEE HAIR-LOTION.
SA very refreshing Wash, which stiniulaies the skin
to a healthy action and promotes the growth, ot tire.:
hair. ; -AT N d-"' -
ETHIEREAL ESSENCE OF LAVENDER.
A poweritil Per4ume distilled fronF the fineslflowera
ATKINSON'S QUININE TOOTH POWDER
VIOI'ET POWDEn,N; MACN\SSAR OIL, vl-
CERINE GREAT I,
And other specialisio anid general articles. of Per.
fumery may be obtained or all dealers Ihroughout
the World, and of ihe Manufacturers
M, 0 o r,.
24, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON,. V.
PRICE LIST FREE ON APPtICATION.
CAUTION.-Mesrss. j. & E. ATKINSOn manu-
facture their articles of one aind the best quality only
l' utrc;ers are cwu!ioned to avoid counterfeits by
oberving that each article is labulled with the Firm
Trado 11'ark,"'a White Rose on a Goldei Lyre,"
printed in seven colours$.-
, ESTA11LISIHED 1799.. : '

lau" of D)r OInlt- z ,,


The best Peeder known for Statipnarv. Marine, HAT- D Y- T,'
and L.conoiite Bollers, f&c;,) also A : ,
S Oscillating Pump Co.'s Pump. r tllS WATER is of .an entirely vegetable
OcobrI.,- FAI-It.\NK & 0., N. Y. composition; and itl use is quite inof-
' October 16th, IS77.-Gm :: fensie.
-- -~ TThaiks to this peculiar quality which gives it
Ai Al1 h m. in -no riral, Da. JLO.'rz's Huir D)ye has not the
'10 A +w : mai:. anae of.1he ther preparations which
C oncern. 'iv.,to th8e hair, a unnaturally vulgar color. .
.o. -l' G>uided by, his medical knowledge and his
HEREBY. gi Notice that .I hai been great chemical experiences, Da. oiTrz has
Appointed '-AGENT AND ATTORNEY for succeeded in the discovery of plants, which give
the Board of Underwriters of New-Orleans, and (the riobest li.ilamic dyeing and curative easen.
will from this Date, represent the Inlterests of ces, and it is by this study that he succeeded to
the following Cop .nies, Vizt :- compound, a dye which 'may be styled as the
New Orleans Muti;Il1 l1iurI:mnce Company, Regenerator by excellence of the chevelure.
Crese.nt do. do. do. GENER \L W\AREHOUSE, IN PARIS -
IMerehants do. do. do. La Correspondance Parisienne,
u 0o. do. do.- -, 4--Ru- de-le'aTacherie, 4.


UnIuII Itisuraincet U OIlmpany,
Hope do. do. -
Hibernia do. do.
Factors and Traders Insurance company,
STentonia Insurance '"ompany,
New Orleans Insurance Association,
Peoples' Insurance Complany, '
Mechanics and Traders Insurance Company..
W. C. HILd.VD,
Agent for the several Boards df'Under-
S.... writers for N6-% York, Boston,
Baltimore and' Philadelphia, &e., &e., &e.
St. George's, Bermuda, : '
,lst January, 1878.

W. 0. F. BASC0"ME.
.. .......T...M D ., .. .
DE-NoTiWF,',


SREID -il'RtEET, HAMILTON,
JHas Rieceived a' supply of


I O"dIord e Outerbride,


S "HAMILTON..
Reid Street," \Vest of "ItoyaGazcidie" O ice.


i QffikoeIIonurs-lO to 12-aid Ito 4.
Will Visit St. Georges, Tuesdays and Fri-
days. .'"; '"... .' a i- .
H i)rders Promptly Atlended to+.
[lamilton, October '26th, 176.

WWm. James Heney,

4 ,AN .


ACommission gent,
HAIILTON, BERMUDA.
4- > "


W. ,. BAS C 0 OM E, M.D,5
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SREID STRkEET, HAMILTON. .


EAST END.

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Nw. An. 8h 31m A


2nd after Eaeter


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the o-,
the fol


lowig .

S, THE TEETH
Put up by the wellknown Dehtists Messrs. GAI
BRIEL, Ludi ate Hill, Londwn.; '
'SEDADENT,, or.Queifor Toothachei -
CQO A LITT TQOTH. PASTE,' for Cleansing
and Improvirig the Teeth
ROYYAL DENTIFRICE, gives the. Teeth
pearl-like whiteness ;
WVHITql GIUTTA I''F.RCHA ENAMEL, for
,Stoppiog decayed Teeth ..
OSTEO-ENAMI 'SL STOPPING, warranted to-,,
.remain white apd firm as the Tooth itself
ODDONTALGIQUE ELIXII, celebrated
Mouth Wash. ,,: .
Hamilton, Marclh26th, 1877.


For Rent.


-i '... -


That very Desirable and- Conve-
S ,niientjy Situated ) .

.,Dwelling.H OUSE,
In Reid Street;', imitton, knownr as "STONE
HAVEN," with Stables, Coach House, &c.


U For Rent,
b*i T ,
-;.' "'f t-hf Toi "y 'Sit e
A comfortablee 'andt Conveniently Situated
S*--- Two Story
n':I Dwelling H lOUSE,
Furnished orUnfurnished,
Apply at the "Royal Gazette" Office.
1 tlauilton, March 12th, 1878.


Apply to
y '-1MR.
January ,29tb, 1878. '


M. S. HUNT.
g :. '. < ,* .


1' RI V AT3 0 .

BOARD-i I G HOUSE E
North of Trinity Church,
HAMIILTOV, BERMUDA4.


T[i., B 3:aMUBA RJ0A'L 4GA$ETTE ,i published
SeveryTuesday liy DOmALD M'PHEE LEE,
SPrinter to the Queei's Most Excellent
M ajestyl .: .-.
AT HIS OFFICE
North-west Corner of Reid and Burnaby Streets,
-^i -+ ,. ./ iHamilou, ',
where Blanks, Hand-bills, &c., will be
printed at. the shortest notice.-Agent
at Sit. Georges for the Rpyal Gazelle,
JAlMES THIEs, Esqr., Post Mgter GOeneral.


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