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THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY JANUARY 19. 187S.

EPITOME OP NEW&
Th* Cornish Tiw Tiun*.—The emelten on iMon-dm? rednoed th* tin mtmnUwlm %Tf#r tAn. Th* Btandnnls now are, for «uperior common, 61*.; «upo-
"thb UisTRMa W Abkhda**.—Mr. Hmitj Richard on Tuesday morning allotted £650 from his relief fund towrd* alleviation of the distress in Abcrdare. Exclusive of this sum the committer has in hand £1,000. It has been calculated that effectual relief would cost £ I AO weekly.
SrRAwnoAT Cot-LMtow ix ttie Channbl.—A Lloyd a telegram states that the Meamgenea screw it earner Gango, Captain Walker, for Marseilles,
Reach, on SatnrdayananKxm hat, WO lormer man: on the Myth Sand. The Gauge, *cr*w steamer, 1, Kill ashore on BJyth Band, broadside to the tide lying at an angle of 15 degrees; head in shore.
Stealing Coal. — At the Barnet Polico-cnOrt, Char lei Tenfold, Jamea Sharp, and Ilenry Walsh, married men, have been chsrged with stealing thtfeo-quarters of a cwt. of coal, ralno la. 6d., the property of the Great Northern Railway Company. Mr.
o 'sentenced io ai Spuijtualuoi.—A crowded meeting has been Held nt Uio Ladhrook Hall, Netting.hill, to inaugurate public religious servicee in connection with Spiritual-ism, through the ministry of the Rev. f. Monclc, LI..D. (spirit medium), "whoso reputed supernatural gifts," it is said, " are creating so mnoh intorest in certain scientific circle*, particularly among member* of the PaycholqgkmX BooWy, peeided over by Mr. Serjeant Cox."
Wohkmkn'b Political LxAor* ■**> **vrnn.«r* rnn Liaron Trattic.—Subjoined i
tion which has been passed by the committee of this id a copy of which has been forwarded to y:—"That the committee of this I/cnguo
a of opinion that the war now raging in the East a matter which is quite outside the question of British interests, and urges upon the Ministry to maintain -strict neutrality with r---1 - ,vi----— m"A ^
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The Murder of a Russian Councillor or State.—rTho Qolor states that intense excitement still continue* to prerell in Booth Boas* In coooectloo with the munier of Dr. Koval Ichukoff, at Kharkofl. Tho efforts of the secret police to discover the culprit have thus far been unsuccessful, but it is understood that tboy have found a clue which will shortly lead to his detection. In the meantime at Kharkoff tho excitement has been increased by the arrest of the Councillor's wife and brother, who are both chargcd with being accomplices in the crime.
A Doo Dispute.—At tho Wandsworth Police-court, William McLaren, a milkman, of Wandsworth, has been aommoned for cruelly to » dog belonging to John Hagger, lahdlord of tho Lord Nelson beerhouse, alco in Wandsworth. There were cross summonses for eamnll*. Mr. Paget, after hearing the witness**, fined McLaren 5s. and costs for kicking tho dog in question. With regard to the other cases, he ordered both partka to enter Into recognisance* to keep th* peace, at the fame timo telling them to shake hand* and be friends.
Oman Boo::* romm nt mm Bommn? CaXAL.—On Tneedmy morning th* poUc* forwarded information to the Surrey Coroner of the Ending of two dead bodie* in the Storey Canal. Th* 8r*t waa that of a man
of the body there is no doubt that it had been in tho water for noarlv a month. There were no marks on the clothes to lead to his identification. The second body was that of a newly-born male child, which waa found off Deptford wrapped in brown paper. There wore no marks on the body.
ItEDucrioN or Wages in the SrArpoRnaiuRE Inox Trade.—rOn Tuesday the South Staffordshire Iron Trade Wages Conciliation Board met in Wolverhampton, to consider the question of a general reduction in wage*. Tb*mmat*r*d«clar*dthatnothIngk*athan a drop of la. per too in poddler* and ten per e*nL in millmcn'a wag** wonld b* of any eerrlce. T&* mm admitted that trade 1* moet fearfully depreeeed. It was resolved that the whole subject should bo referred to th* arbitration of Mr. Chamberlain, M.P. Mean-timo the men Continue at work subject to the terms of the award.
Scalded in a Marti Vat.—On Tuesday a dreadful #ccident waa attended by th* aurgical stag mt SL Thomas's Hospital. It appears that a Mr. Henry McKcnzio, aged 48 yean, a pig-dealer, residing at 88, Unda road, Yoak-road, Batter***, in deecendlng a ladder, fell into a mash vat containing a quantity of mcaldingmaab. Th* poor follow'* trie*, brought **-le, and it was some time before ha could bo ex-
An Unfortunate Tenant.—Among tho applicant* at Westminster Police-court on Tuesday was a respectable man, who stated that he took a bouse of a Mr. Jones on a throe years' agreement, and paid him regularly tho rent, but now a Mr. Venning had dis-trained on him for 424 for Mr. June*'* rent, th* latter having sublet without permission. Mr. Wobl-rych said it was very unfortunate, but the superior landlord had the right of distress. Applicant had a remedy against Jones by action. Applicant said unfortunately Jones was a bankrupt. Mr. Woolrych told the applicant all he had to do was to prove his debtundor the bankruptcy and get what dividend ho
A Platelayer Killed.—Dr. Hardwicko has held an inquest at the Paddington Coroner's Court upon tho body of George Frederick Saunders, aged 43, of 77, St. Alban's-road, Wcstbourne-park, who died from Injuria* h* received on th* Groat Weetem Bail-way. It app**m that th* deceased, a platelayer in the employ of tho Great Western Railway, was engaged on Saturday morning last with others, in pulling down a shed at the Paddington Railway-station, and when knocking down an old beam, he fell down on some elate *om* 15 feet beneath. E* was rendered Ineen-Bible, and taken to St. Mary's Hospital, where he died (he same day from ***** injury to th* head. Th* jury returned a verdl . -cidental Death.
A Life Savbd an j Lost.—Mr. Carttar held
an inquest on Tucada,. . lumstead, relative to tho death of Frederick Alfred Craft, aged 31, recently night inspector at th* Woolwich Arensal Station, on the North Kent lino, who was killed on Friday night, tho 11th inst., by being run over by a train in the act of mating"the life of an insane woman who had thrown herself in front of tho engine. A verdict was returned of •• Killed in attempting to save the life of a lunatic." The Rev. 0. Wubb, foreman of tho jury, expressed a hope that the public would recognise the gallantry of the deceased by providing for his widow and two

the Bombay Presidency, on Sunday. A reepecLtblo Dunnra went out, drlrlog hlmedf, In hi* bullock cart, to collect debts in villages near Callian. In the
with tho rrlns in his hands. Phe Bunnya's wife and family saw him arrive, and after waiting some time wondered that he did not enter tho house. They went cut to speak to hint, and found tho dead body of tho Ilunnya tied to the seat and the reins tiod in hi* hands. There were mark* of wounds on the body, whidi leave no doubt -but that the Bunnya was murdered. Rom© natives are in custody on suspicion. 1 oisont.i) through DaiNK.—Mr, Carter has held
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Reward for Bravery.—In Sal ford Town-hall, on Saturday last, Mark Addy, th* w.-11-known Salford boatman, was presented with an illuminated ®the gold medal of the Humane Society for the Hundred of Salford, in recognition of hf* bravery and daring in wcnlng many pemonm from drowning during th* past
A Blockade Runner.—A telegram received from Llqyd'a agent at Odeeda, dated th* l*th inaL, 1.31 p.m., reports that tho barque Aghios Spiridion, Captain Cazoli, flying German colours, had suc&sa-fully run th* bloc&ado at Ode** on. the prerlou* day. She had on hoard 810 ton* of coal. This ve**cl aailed 6om Cmrdig on th* Mth of October, reported for Constantinople, and arrived at Constantinople on tho Mth of ffrVember. , ^
Canadian Lobsters.—The American paper? say that Canada is doing an immense busineas in shipping lobsters to England. Three weeks ago one ship from Halifax took 83,000 dols. worth in cans for London, which represent something like 655,000 lobsters, and a few days before* shipment to the value of 12,000 del*. wa* mad*. Mr. Frank Buckbnd haa warned th* fknadiana egelnat U,u* destroying a fiahery which in future years will be oven more valuable than now. •
CmmuL Arnica* Eanomanon.—Captam Creeml, inchArgoof th* &** expedition d**patchcd by th* Belgian International Ammci*flmi for th* ExploraLoa of Central Africa, before quitting the Union Stetam-ship Company's mail steamer Danube, in which ho and hi* party h*d b**u conveyed to Zamdbar, pmented an address to Captain Draper and the officer* under him for the "kind courtcsies " they had shown to thou paasenger*. .
iNCENDUmsM.—Whilst an entertainment waa going on at the National School at Newcastle Emlyn on Saturday *v*ning h*t; *om* mWchl*vou* pmiona
them on fire. Tho building was speedily filled with smoke, and, but for prompt measures being tqkpn by somo member* of tho audience to put out the flumes, the consoqucnce* might have been most cnla-
A* UxaxFECTED Famonr.—A dnguhr dlecoyery has been made on board tho IrVino, a full-rigged Teasel, now in dry dock at Rothcrhithe. Tho ship recently arrived from Peru, at which place tho body of a woman was found embedded in tho cargo, which consisted of soda. The body is in a good atate of preservation, and it is supposed to be that of a victim of an oarthquake_which occurred many hundred years ago in,Tom. Th* body i* at pro**nt lying in th* captain's bath-room in a crouching position. Ring*
e inserted in tho ear*.
ANTi-VACCINATION. — Mr. Henry Pride mad* hi* fourteenth appearance before thoLiverpool magistrate* on,Saturday but to an*w«r a *ummon* for having neglected to have hi* two children vaccinated. The magistrate told the defendant that If he persisted in running counter to the law h* must take the conso-quences, and fined him 20s. and costs for each child, or 14 days' imprisonment. At the same time another well-known anti-vaccinator, Mr. Thomas Jackson, was fined^in a like amount for not having, his child
The ENGLISHMAN ARRESTED AT BERLIN.—Mr. Bishop, the Englishman now under arrest at Berlin, having been accused of procuring plans of German fortresses for the government of a Power " friendly " to Germany, the rt jbrt has been set current at Berlin that ho was employed by General Walker, on behalf of her Majesty's government. Prussian newspaper* are authorised to state that this is an utter mistake, and that neither the English government' nor General Walker are even remotely implicated in the charge against Mr. Bishop.
Dum Tmnooon a FaiL.^-On Saturday last Mr. Humphrey* held an inq*o*t at the Black Her**, Poplar, touching the death of Thomas Chapman, aged 36, a foreman engineer at the Bow works of the North London Railway. Deceased had met with a fall while engaged in his occupation, by which ho cut ni* forehead eeverelv, and lo*t a great deal of blood. This so weakened him that he never thoroughly rallied, and ho died of extravasation of blood on the brain. Tho jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.
Turn Om**Qc:m* or M. RairAiL.—Theobeequlee of SJ. R as pail were celebrated on Sunday, and were attended by an immense crowd, which was estimated at 100,000.persons. The funeral, which was of a purely dvB character, pawed of without any disturb-anc*. Th* ****** proceeded from Arcueil to Per* la Chaise, passing by the Boulevard de l'Hopital and the Pont d'Austorlitr. Several fuhoral orations wore delivered, aud among the speaker* wa* M. Louis Blanc, who gave a sketch of M. Raspail's lifo and tho political persecution to which he wa* subjected.
Tarn Mamnuom or mm K:*o or Hrarr.—The rumour with reepoct to the postponement of the King of Spain's marriage, on account of the death of King Victor Emmanuel, is without foundation. The mar riago of Don Alphonao will lake place on the %3rd
the Spanish finances.
Trrspasslvo.—At the Hereford Petty Sessions on Saturday last, two men of the name of Archer wow charged with trespassing in aeareh of game on the land belonging to Mr. B. Jusaen, E*q., of North Mimms, on the 1st of January, when there was shooting going on by a number of gentlemen. One of the men was seen by a gamekeeper to pick up a phea**nt and put It in hi* coaL Mr. Baker (the chairman) ordered one lo pay 20*. and Ua. coeta, or three week*' impri*onm*nt, and the other 10*. and labo °f ^ou,*eon days' imprisonment, with hard
manager of tho Bodcar Station HoteL Mr. Smith was arou*ed by thh women *ervant* early on Sundav morning, they *tating that aom* on* wa* walking about th* hou*e. On going downatair* he asw the prisoner, who made an attack upon him with a raw, indicting auch wounda that Mr. Smith la *tatod to be in a critical date. Another man n*n md Todd, who went to hi* a**l*tance, wa* ml*o wounded by the fellow. Bell had engaged a bed-room In th* hou* on the pr*. vious night.
Accmaxr w*Am Oiro*D-*mmrT.—On Monday afternoon a light trap belonging to Mr. Eastman, Durwood Dv* Wwk*, Burmood-place, Edgware-road, wa* being driven in Tottenham-court-roan to Oaford-etreet, when the horee bolted and dashed furiously again^ the pOlar-box at the comer of D*dford-*troet, breaking IL The horee then galloped away, mod Anally wa* brought to a *top by the wheel* getting entangled in the pasmengem' refuge In the roadway in Oxford-street. The vehicle was smashed to niece*, and the driver wa* thrown out. A woman and a boy wore but and taken to the Middle** Hospital.
BAOJTM a? A Womxmooaa.—The guardians of Dolgolly Union have employed Mr. Gisblme to value the soveml parishes comprised in the union. The lawyer* pere employed by both partlo* m* to th* rate of payment to bo made to Mr, Oieblme. The diger-ence wa* referred to arbitration, and Mr. Oi*hime *ucc*eded h *b*tantiatlng *omi* pmilon of hi* claim. His demands not being satisfied, the bailiffs the other day were put in possession at Dolgelly Workhouse, and remained eome time before the dstt was dls-charged. While there, they were invited as " temporary inmate*" to partake of tho faro provided for tho paupers, and which was not refused on the occasion by the bailiffs.
A Lifb Sacrificed
Lunatic.—Frederick
^ nu^it.inspector at the Woolwich Arsenal Bail, y hWtwm. lost hie life on Fhday night, the llth U, in th* act of saving the life of a fellow-creature. A? named Newman, waa being con-
W" wnnty avium at M.idstone, In elmrge olMrr Moore, relieving officer; Miss Wilkinson, in-firmsry matron, and another assistant, from whom she broke away a* the train approached, and tlqow her-self upon the rails. Inspector Craft, who wa* an active young man. leaped after her and thrust her dear of the rails, but was unable himself to escape, and the twin passed otpf him, eeyeriug both legs and one arm. Ho waa carried to the infirmary, wherp he died efter a fsw hours' suffering. He has loft a widow
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4 In ditto ... 35, 01 20* Od 9* 0d
4 in Fine Ivory Handles... 30s Od 25s Od 10s 6d djin Fine Oval Ivory
Haadlee — — _30*0d 3*0d 10* 3d 4 in Fine Oval Ivory
iK'rSram.;;!™;351 w " 121M
io'°pi"";-o.,rAr,ici571 w 15,M
leery Handles ... _ 45* 0d 40* Od 18* 3d 4 in ditto.witb steel ferules 50s #d 45* Od 20s fid « in ditto, with silver
fernlee ... ._ .» 55e #d 50* Od 21* 0d BNck-handled Knives snd Forks, 2s 9d to7s6d half-doien
Steg-hwdl*d %rr*». from 3* 6d to 18* per pair.
Bwed to l&Od. Better Kmlee*. 1* to 5*3d.
Pen, Pocket, Sportsman s Knives, Razors and Scissors - great variety.
FENDERS, 8TOVE8, FIRK-IHONS,
and MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECE*.
Ewer* of lb* aboe* *r* requeued, before 8oaHy lEELAXUy SHOW ROOMd. Black Re*bt*r Stow*. 7»6d lofglOe.
Iron Chimney Pieces. 10s Od to 35s.
Etamellsd Slate ditto. 15s to £7 10s.
T AMPS of ALL SORTS & PATTERNS
«Sr.LM"S in'i,u
Petroleum Oil Table Lamps. 2s 6d to 25s.
Patent Duplex Limps, 12s 6d to £3 10s.
Suspending Lamps. 4s 6d to £210s.
"10 "6d-
T)UEE COLZA OIL, 3. 6d m GALLON.
, WALTER 8. IRELAND sells this oil at whole sale-price to ensure the proper action of the Moderator
PETROLEUM OIL, VERY BEST for
i Dup'e*. Silber, Petroleum, and Paraffin
Lamps, Is fld per gellon.
fuSH^GOYBRe DT BLOOE TIN.—
Tk* greateet.vsLriety of patterns always on show, commencing at 15s 6d. the est of five. Ditto Queens pattern, 21e.. Silver pattern with Electro-pl*led llsndies, 30s, 35^ 45*^50*, 60s, and 70| per s*L
—^ TIN EAT WATER, DISHES,
i*t»"wATEE JUGflu^ith metal tope, from 1* to 8*.&L, ...
WALTER 8. IRELAND.
BEDSTEADS & BEDDIM.
rpHE BEST SHOW OP IRON BED-
5Ti''AD?, in lh# bounty is "WALTER 3. IRELANIfS. He has two large rooms devoted te th, show of Iron and Bra** Bedsteads snd Children's Cott
Stump Bedsteads ......... 0 10 6 0 K S
French Bedsteads, strong ...... 0 12 6 0 115
French Bedsteads, witJMjn. pillars... 110 15 0 French Bedsteads, tube pillars, very
strong ... ... J ... ... 17 6 1 10 3 French Bedsteads, with 2m pillars... 2 7 6 2 10 0 French Bedsteads, with brass foot ... ,3 5 0 3 10 0 Half-tester Bedsteads, strong ... 1 5 0 1 7 j H»lf tester Bedsteads, very strong ... 1 10 0 1 15 0 Half-tester Bedsteads, tube pillars... 2 5 0 2 10 0 Half tester Bedsteads, with 2in. pillar*2 12 6 2 17 5 Half-tester Bedsteads, with brass foot 4 5 0 4 10
An extensive and various assortment is in the She-Room* of Superior Fren.h and Half-tester .Bedsteidi, Bnse Mounted, and with brass foot rails and pilliri, polished, £31'is te £10 10s.
Childreu's iron Cots, from 12s 64 to £3 10s; Folding __Iron Bedsteads. 8* 6d.
EDDING GUARANTEED
WALTER & IRELAND.
For Bedsteads wide. 3ft.6in. 4fL&*
B
Good Strong Palliasses Best Straw Palliasses Alva Mattresses ...
Wool diito ... _ Linsey Wool ditto ... Brown Wool Mattresse Best ditto ditto, In *
0 3 8 0 M #
0 11 8 0 13 6
0 U 0 0 II 6
0 14 8 0 M 3
0 18 8 10 0

rong tick 15 •tcr and Pillows in good tick 0 14 6 #15 Mill pull Bed, Bolster, and Pillows,
in good lick ......... 116
Feather Bed, Bolster, and Pillows,
purified, in isoud lick....... 2 5 6 3 2
Grey Gooso ditio ditto ...... 3 10 6 4 12
Pillows, 2s fld to lOs 61. Bolsters, from 5s 6d to 15«.
ANDELIKRd In GLASS or METAL
Cu
O.e P"*d*n's _ J _ 3* &1 to
Gas Chandeliers, hydraulic. 2. 3. 4,
end 5-light. for Dining and Drawing Rowsn* _ 18s8d.t»
Ola** Gas Chandeliers, with Electro-
plated mountinK .........37s 8d to
Glass Gas Bracket* ......... 10s Od to 2li I
Experienced Gasfttters, Copper Smiths, B*llh*ng*r __Smiths employed on the premisee.
WALTER S. IRELAND.
BATH & TOILET WARE,
WALTER S. IRELAND has one large show r— devoted exclusively to the display of BATHS «ai TOILET WARE.
Hip B*th*,20t354*k,35*.
H,p Bathe (n*sv p.u*n»). 15s. 18* 8d. 20s, 25s, 3C 8poo#ing Bath*, & 8d, 9*. 10s 8d to 35*.
Travelling Bath*, 30*. 2% %0e to £3 3*.
Child s Baths, 7« 0.1. 9s, 12s 8d to 15*.
Shower Baths (with eurtalns). 10s 6d to £5 10s.
Long Taper Baths, £2 2s to £3 10s.
Toilet Ware In great variety, from 10* 6d to 45s set
TEA URNS and~KETTLE8, of LonL=
make only.
ihe largest assortment In tho world (Including all t • recent novelties), is on sale from 15s 6d to £5 10s.
JpAPIERMACHE AND IRON TEA
An emortment of TEA TRAYS end WAITERS "hi; unprecedented whether as to *xt*nl, variety, or n .ve £5°10* pap,ermac,,° P" "t of 3, from 12s t>J»
Iron trays, per set of 3. from 3s 6d to £2 18*. ;Waftere. Cake, and Bread Baskets equally low
WALTER S. IRELAND'S
rRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE.
s solicited to inspect his c:
Families furnishing a
Improved Coal Eogc*. 3e 8d to 50*.
Copper Tea Rattles. 5*8d to 12* 8d.
Bras* Eotile Jwks, 6s 8d. 10* 8d. 12# 6d. to 15*.
M*et Screens, 13* lid te £3 3*.
Metal Tea Pots. 3* 6d to 12s 6d.
Met Safw, 12s 8d. 16*. 18* 6d. 31, to 37* 8d.
Mincing and San**** Machine*. 10s 8d, I2» 8d, I, i
%at*r Pllt*r*, 7s &l, 10s 8d. 18* to 30*.
Patent Knife Cleener*. f 110s to £8 17# 8d.
Patent Mangles. £2 10s. to £H 10s.
------- popularity c. ----- ------ ,
recivcd satisfactory acknowledgement from all pa"' • th*sswld._W. S IRELAND hwe great varls(y.&, '
rr6 PARTIES ADUUT TO BUILU.|
LEAMINGTON a
r PRIZE KITQHRNi:^.
Cottage Ranges, with oven only, from 17s 8d.
Good Baglstw Aow. 3*d p*r Ineh.
Elliptic Stoves, from 3d per inch.
Wall Ties, 3s «d per 100. •__
CHDINEY PIECES of mil deKririh
are exhibited, embracing Foreign and En; Marble Prices, from 21 a to £i5. ^
Q FECIAL PRICES for BAIN WAT KG
BUILDb^'lBU.".TONUER>. CCT
Q. AS DEN a E Q 0 I S I T K ■
Lawn Mowers, 22a 6d to £7 10a.
Garden Rollers, SOs to £4. Garden Chairs, lOsvdi)
Garden Arches, 12* 8d to 21*.. ,
Garden Syringes, 8s 6d lo 18* 6d.
Garden Shears. 3a 6d to 8* 8d.
Galvanised Garden Barrow*. 37* 84.
Galvanised Swing Water Barrows, £2 l#a
% WALTER S. JBBLAND,
in! lUt Itw n - O E N B R A L t O R N I 8 H I N O IRONMONGER, ^
if STHBET; 1, 3, LOWER CANAL
s wdwuU odj :. itiauf.ia di/s LuaLxj-ie I
.e.suiaO j JjhJ *'%eaino5
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