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RAILWAY TIMt; TABLE. LONDOK AND SOUTHAMPTON.
THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSEKVEB AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY JUNE 1. IS78.

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SOUTHAMPTON, ROMSBY, AND SALISBURY.
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On Sundaya there U mlf Oy> delivery b* letter oarrler*
7?0 Li"'.'ul 10.0 aZ^mR? "th*
^JBat.d»y»Ui» offloo do*«* at 10 am. for aQ public builnm
Ootlcg* (wall boij 18. 0 a 1 Bitch jii'itn (box)... 11.15 a 1
jr Terminal 10.10 a
BOUT HAMPTON POLICE, a* i*riajot8DA*i;T'3.T
f*ml d*f*od4n t would MY* updr***ed
drink during that Urn* , plwaure In propothrg a rote oI tbanta to Mr. Bowr*
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where be could get ana* mommy. Hp bad MiMm Ultt moutha' agothrough a family tll**gr*eBe*m.—Defendant, wbo wa* much affected daring the proceeding*. »u then discharged.
NroLrcrixa to Bbptobt a MoTmmm.-Jamta i***ca. a bruitiraakrr. waa *harged bjr Mr. Yeltoueot tbe Kell*»ta«-offlecrs, lor not renin Outing toward* lha luppurtoi W*

la rertlpt of •* a week trua the Umardlaa*. Drtaadaat told the Ouardtah* a fortnight ago that be earned «a a
waa aailafled defendant codld earn Ma a weak at thla Ume oI the year.—He waa ordered to pay ta fed a week toward* th* 1 uport of hi* mother, the flrtt payment to be made on the coming Saturday.
Cookaer called eomplalaant forward and *ald : You have beard the automeut made by defendant, aad you are at liberty to deny It on oath.—Complainant Mid a he wonld deny It mo*t dlaUnctly on oetb, aa there wa* not one word of truth In her alatcment —The Chairman *«ld the Bench were of Opinion that the eaaa wa. pro red. It waa a moat
Wombwbm&t ik?at the^owrr
• ammow agalnit Mr*. Delaney for a trying Hank*, but al#
told^I •— ---" —

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out In a loud rotee. " OH I yo young dirty cat. bow mm you tell inch lice 1" t- A wltncn corroborated complainant * •tory. which defendant denied, declaring «he w»*uot out of her hooic. and call.-d a girl, wbo *ald all the bad language came lrom complainant.—Complainant declared on oath that there wa* not a word of truth In what defendant and her wltne** h*d **ld_ —Fined I* and co*t*. and In default terra day*' bard labour.
' THURSDAY.
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labourer, wa* brought up by P.O. White for belag drank In Kaat-alreet. the prerloot afternoon.—Defendant waa In the Lamb, beer bou*e. fkhtlnc with a man. Defendant ■aid be hoped tbe Bench would look or*r It, a* It waa the flrat time he b »d bv*n brought there. Tbl* being *o, be Miacmar »r Bora.—Alfred Smith, a lad. wa* charged with wlliulli throwing a tin kettle at the door of Tboma. Have*, of .No, 3, Lpper I'rlo«».-• IreetNortham -Com-plafnant «aH, Joit before *eren o clock on Wednerday Uie tin kettle at the door and ha found It In the naaaai-e
mer wa* charged, on remand from Tweed*y. with ei
mploy. a* porter, *

had paid pri»oncr. during the la*t Are month*. £3 1* ad. the l**t*ettlement being on tbe ITtb of May. when the prl*onergare her a receipt-Mr*. Hannah Brown depoaed to paring the prlaoner £s *• within th* lot *U month*.
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■lleary Blake, of and pleaded guilty to keeping 1 fined In tbe mitigated penalty
Robert Phillip*, a railway-porter. aUo of Illghfleld. w«* • ummoacd for a *lmll*r offence, pleaded guilty, and wa*
A.s^Kj.ni-Asrs
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with begging In ML Marjr'i'-itreet, the prtrloo* erenlng.-Delendant (aid he wa* looking for employment at the ship work* at Woolatoo. and wa* dlKhargM.
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o»t ArTEcrroaa a*d Roaaiaaaaa.—All tulferlng from
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Tlia uaual fortnightly meeting ol the Gu*rd an* wet
I#ann, U. Perreea. J. Clark, J. Jamea; Oaoarai Tryon, Dr. Heart*, and Junior-bailiff Warreo, cx-^on mimbat*. • riDPMIUI.
The number,of paupei* in the houee *t tbep(eMst time I* 415. akafntt 463 th* cnrrnpoanlng *e*k of la*t year, ahowin* a decre**e of 80. .*
2
ibe* Of p*'»Per* reeriring out.door relief a* folkwea-Men, 587 ; «o«eBt 15* ; child:
total, 1,160. Corresponding **ek U*l yeai I; women, 150; children, 409—ehowtng aa

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M and faocy-Wurk of the meat
and Another," aad m
glfC He had ilao to alat« tbat halted the beautiful ground* of Mr. Roger,
at Red Lodge, and that
cotuent for tbe whole of---------
and he (the »p*.k*r) propeetdlo taki
it Urn an bad khdly gleam hi* cbl^raa to riait hta ground*.
^,^;.Xwy?.r3Ss "sr
ibould alao be plea*ad to •** any mteb«n of the Board
TH» OCAROUBS' ePBsonrmon TO TH« EOTAL ' IBraUIABT.
The Olerk read a letter from tbe aalhoritie* of thl Royal South HenU Infirmary, to the effect tlfct they
the Ac, and *ee If the tloardi*n* bad the power to aob-acribe anything toward* each a fond. At (be pfeeent time be wa* afraid they could not do a* without the •auction of til* Local Government Board.-Brentoally Mr. Smith laid he found the Board had tbe power *r grant a *ub*criptloo_to an hoepital jmad. a, named, tub JectfO the eanction of the Local Oorimment Board.-
nnam, and he tbooghV tfcey.
moualy adopted.
Board, la angi-------.......,, ,
on the tubject of tbeeeecbooi*
The Workbou*e Committee", report recommended that an urfetaat matte* and matron be appoioUd In the
muit aleo conaider tbe fact that tbi were away from the boote, and took gmt deal of tba metier'*ylma. He had therefore great
had done a great ferric* to the town and ratepayer*.
Reard h*d pwWoojy girtn att annual' tubeeription of
------ .hoold be increased to £10 10..—Tbia
aaconded by Mr.'Meldrna, and unanl-
. Smith, .tatlng that
ifflcieht auUUnce in tbi dutiee aatbfao-
tbt fact that h* bad
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•be report.—Mr. Parkit. in moring an amendment to tbi r*port, *aid be belie red theee appointment, totally on. neceeeary. When Mr. Maine wat matter they bad fin lew paid official* in the Hon** than wa* th* ta*e at th< preient time. Still, tba work wai carried on aa we I then at new ; ibe more to a* tbe Hoot* at that tim< waa U a transition *tat*. and Mr. Maine had to t»ak< all edTlt of abtfu, yet he continued to carry out th< drntk, w, attkuac, #tp«cW|, dorim* tk
• mall-pox epidemic teren year* ago. Mr. Maine nerer then aiked for any aMitUnce, and why they required it now, when ther had not anything like tbe number of people In the Hout*. he could net under*tand.—Mr.
,*? ^fC0Ii?e<1 tb* •'"•odment, Mating that he bellered with Mr. Purkie that there wa* no n*ca**ity for the appointment—Mr. Meldrum ihould rapport lb* propo-tition, and thought **ry few would agre* wiih the remark* of Mr. Purki* that I hate officer* w*r* not r*-a tingle yard of flannel irdered iaat quarter. Therefor.
been effected, aa there w,
iel. in atock, nor waa any drapery
aaring had been made, when tuch waa__________
tf there had been any earing it wa* doe to tbe raa*ter, and not to tbe Guardian*, lit bad no with to aaj one
.mtndmrat, but only two roted for It-Meeera. Pnrki* and Clark, and it being last tbe original propoeition, that th* report be adopted, waa carried by a rerrrta! of
------------—--- -rr—.u tbe llampthirt
/»d?«dfW,tlgntdbyth«twoaacrttaritaoftht(Aarit, Orpalmboa Booaty-MeeeM. Dwwia mad Qrtffin, U,
IpZiJd
go into the- Workbooae No*
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oannot too atrongly ooodemn the content* of the letter that appeared in the newtpaper*. to the effect that it
#00 it reached tbem (laughter), but It waa not the caw with
although tbeaociety did not girt much awty it muttnot ^ conaidtred that It did no good ; while aapporting tbe General* proportion b* thought it right to itate tbete facta.—Mr. Meldrum enquired If, *nj application bad been made to that Board before thia cate wat made public.' He thought that Board guile at cap*hi* Of taking car* of the poor aa the Charity OrgaoUation Society.—Tb* propotition wat then unanimwitly adopted.
The Clerk read a letter from Dr. Archer, medical • officer of No. 2 dlttrict, thanking run ccmaa to the xaoiaTaaict akd th* boa*d.
Mr.'Meldrum drew attention to the fact that there, were no la** than 16 per*oo* in the Hon a* vraitjni- to be remorod to their proper placet of tattle*tnt, but inoon-aeqctoee of the clerk to the magittntee not baring*o6m-plied with a reqneet from the Omardianno anpply them With itampm to be affixtd to the document, for that pur-poet their immoral could not be carritd oat, and it wa*
prop« quarter on tht lutQect. - ,
.1 hit .wat all tht reporublt bdilntw before the Board.

POlfevfOOD CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION.
dent **I4 that'wa* a great day in the annate of thh •o on try, bring the birthday of Her Mwt Qraciooi
which they wer, called together, .aid it wat for the
purpow of placing btfor* them tht remit of tht pro-#####
mli& to tha.
h"?i'iiTiilwmtSw^Zn WauMrfZbw)
aad ha beliertd their-------" ----
c*rry out th* wot^t »aui In* to And that l&# j
atat*, and he hoped that before the winter ther would no longer,be compelled to walk up to their kneea In
bar* been carried, and bad taken up the aubject from Ifortby motirea of aalf.iqureat (cheer*). They

aalf.iqicreat (cheer*), d he tnuted they would hart, --ice*, which they expected I
know what they had d been done, and '
from the Finance C< _
money tpent, and they would then to pay. A great deal of work hi
telhgence and integrity, but not knowing the termt 1 At meatmw k. mat mot k m paMUom ta My UiM I, w. lh*y #wm la th, kaadt af tha Bpwkl mad Otawml
Work* Committee, which he hoped .....
they could foi the dituiet, but it w*
(Wad theartX-CtaWm OlbW tmld Mr Farher ha* taken a grfAt deal of trouble in thi* (ubject, and had
ry drew attention loot night by the G
a faction* oopoauion in regard to the remorai of Indian uaapt, mad p*ml*W lha Wtdom mad pauWtWm of the GorernmenL—Mr. Senijr-BaiUff Barford pro.
TONIO.
nnHEBE is scarcely a disorder of the body,
mlttent ferert, at agut, low fertr, and f*bril* *ymptom-in general, nothing can compare with IL for pro*! tion of *tr*ngth contequenl on long iilne** or 01
mint tht conitltntion, Qulnin* andiron I* admitted
PEPPER'S QDININE AND IRON
PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
TOSIO IS 80K0UUI.A.
%)BPP*B'8 QOININE AND IEUN
, 1 . TONIO oombinee tbeee powerful agenU in their blgbaet atat* of efficiency, i* chemically pure, unalterable by keeping or climate, not duagreeable to take, eaaily portable, alwayt of a deQaitt etrength.
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PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON
- TONfO AJflMA'iBS THE SPIRITS ASD
MENTAL PACULTIBS.
Depreolon of iplrit* from 1 enjuree the health greatly, and for want tf a proper remedy.

> long continued
OEPPER'8 QUININE AND IRON
Lzs™Tns 1x0
tion of the norrou* tyttem far too numei in a notice of thie character, but tome prominent and demand attention.
Neuralgia, a nam* for a hundred ph*t
and from which tbootand* are hourly---
literally n*rrou* pain ; aad although exUrntl may for a time allay, they cannot oure. In ca*c* of tbit kind Quinine and Hop it abeolutely neceeeary; it a, iharm, and abundantly prore* It* inflt -regulating nerrou


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and Melioration to health certain.
foaio w *u
II dirwetly Influence* tha circulaUo- v. «wvu w a
JEOSB. and SOGERS. pORK* DEALKSS, AND SAUSAGE
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IMPORTANT TO BOBBOWBRS.
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rnghtott Keeper*. 6aH ami Cart Owntn, or.
lit Southampton.
Tht adraaata can bt repaid »* may bt fgwtd upon wwkly, monthly, or qaaritrly. Application*, by Utter
THOMAS BUXEY,
"WINE AND DRY COOPER
ft l.VBBANDAfl TBBRACB,SOUTHAMPTON
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TOBACCO PIPE MAKER, 33, BELL
STREET, UF?B» CABAX. Walt, Sootbak Prtpartd Fira Clay for flllbg and rtpairing back of
EJTABUIHID 184a SOUTHAMPTON.
HJ. PZABK8
AS now a choice stock of DEVON
SHIBB 0IDER, bdth for draught and bottling
IV'oS
To bt had wbolttala. In caak* and bottlaa. direct ft him, 84. Iligh-*tree!, and Winkle-etreet. Southamptoi Order* by Poet punc'ually attended to.
Mr. B. WHITTAKER,
PUBLIC ACCOUNT iNT. — BaokmpU'
Account* prepared. Compoeitlon effected between Debtor and Creditor. Eitatei managed by A**lgni
Intptction, or Cotr—°—---'
up for mtetiag of
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Art difficult Dig* it ion of Ptod, Oppreeeion and Un-eatineae of the Bowel*. furr*d Tongue, Impaired Strtngth. Wind. Flatulence, Sicknea*, Headache, Palpi
Sallownes* of Complixioo, Deprettioa of 9r
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Eje* and Sklo, Sickoi- -ing on the Left Side. Ac. In the treatment of th,
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The** Pill* are *p*ci ditordtrt of th* Sloniacl frre from any poltonou* br tht roungMt child, oi For ladiee and gcntlem bject to nerroume**, l er prepared. By thel ncy, and nerroonie**
'* way to a ehaarfnl fl
lability. d«|
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daplotabl* In *
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