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THE SOOTH AMP TON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SA.TURDAT. JANUARY 19 , 1878.
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SOUTHAMPTON OODN0IL.
A mealing,of the Uooncil was held at the "Audit House on Wedneeday aftemooo. The Mayor (A. L. McCalmont,
n) presided, and there wow or*sent the Sheriff (O. arper, Esq.). *!>• Senior-Balfttf (Mr. J. D Harford), the Junlor»Ball.er (Mr. P. Warren(; Aldermen McCal-mont. Lotner, H. P. Aalatt. Dawson, Pa«aanger. Cartlett, and Newman; Connoillor« W. Purber. J. P., H. Abraham, O. Longter. T. DartnaU. J. Miller, J. Whitchurch. H. O Dunlop, J.P.. R. Drirar, T. Cleveland, O. P. Perkins. J.P., 8. 8. Paarce, H. A. Dnfnrd, W. H. Roger*. J-V; J. R. La Feune, J.P., E. Bance, R. Newman, and J. J. Johns.
OOMMURICATIOSS.
A letter from the Borough Recorder. Tbomas Gunner. Esq.. cf 3'allifield, Winchester, stated that he bad much pic«*ur« in hearing testimony to tho rery able and faithful discharge of his dutis* by Mr Brewer. Governor of th* Jail, daring the whole time he had been Recorder ef Southampton, and added that ho was rery eorry that
whlah local amlkorWe, had (o cwiend Im obtaining a requisite supply of water for their districts, and it was pointed out that all such aathbritiei had a mutual interest in oppodng any attempt to reject without enquiry, any Water Bill. Tho communication was ordered to lay on the table.
PBItSK!*TATI05 OF A BIOK TO Tn« TOWN.
The Town Clerk read a letter from Sir Moses Monte-fiore. Bart, askiag the accsptance of the Mayor on behalf of the town of a copy of Lis " Narrative of a forty days' sojourn in the Holy Land." to be placed in one of the libraries of Southampton, accssalble to those who might feel deairou* of penning it. The Mayor sup-gested that the Hartlsy Institution was the proper place . for auch a book, and on the proposition of Alderman McCalmont. seconded by the ox-Mayo:t, the book was ordered to be sent to the Hartley Institution.
Mr. J. Miller referred to letters that had appeared in the local papers that morning, which he thought acaroely fair to the men. many of whom are scattered all over the town.—Mr. Banco moved, and Mr. Warren aecondH. that the matter be referred to the Special ■nd General^Torka Committee.—Mr. Johns and Mr. Cleveland rose to address the Council, but the Mayor ruled that It was out order to do so; and the matter was referred accordingly-
Alderman Passenger moved, and Mr. B«rford seconded, that the seal to the mortgage to the Atlas Awursnee Company for £4-000 M»rsh and Market Bonds be affixed, and this was. after a short discussion, adopted.
SANITARY BUSINESS.
The Finance Committee recommended various bills for payment. Including £110 6s5d to Mr. John Croft, horse hire, scavenging the streets, and for t6e removal of ashes, 1877; £922 9s 5d to the Southampton Gas Company, gas to and lighting and repairing public lamps for the quarter ending 31st December. 1877 : £195 10s 2d to Mr. Alfred Haddon, coals to Mambridge Works as per contract, December, 1877 ; £8 8s to auditors for auditing Accounts of the Sanitary Authority for the year ending 31st August, 1877; £8 lis to the firemen, expemes attending fire at Messrs. Bull and Sons, and £5 la ditto, to one day'i practice with engines and fire escape.: January 14th, 1878. The l/ocal Government Board having sanctioned a loan of £3740 at per cent., to bo repaid within 30 years, for works of water aupply (new water main, the committee recommend el the Corporation to borrow that amount from tho Public Works Loan Commisiioners. Mr. Burnett, the clerk of accounts, having submitted a report stating that thA loan of £13,373 14»5d from the IVest India Hurricane Fund had been carried, through some misunderstanding, to the credit of the new water works' account, and that Mr. Morgan, the inaptctor of the Local Government Board, upon his recent inquiry suggested that the account ahould be tranferred to tin several accounts for which the loan was raised, viz.. new cattle market, £1400 ; extension of ner sewers reservoit and outlet, £3143 2s lOd ; sewage outlet and works, £5188Be Id; and no* water maltw. £1000. Tho com-iiiittee aaseotod to the trsmfer ss suggsited. Mr. Burnett baring submitted a statement of monies borrowed by the Sanitary Authorities on mortgage of rates, showing the amount of each loan, the rate of interest, the number of years in which the loan* were redeemable, and the nature of the works for which the sums were borrowed and applied, it was resolved that a sopy be sent to each member of the committee. Mr. Burnott also submitted a report upon Mr. C. Payne's collection of rates up to the 3rd inatant, and Air. Payne lutvi attended, the committee conferred with him as to I arrears In his district, after which he was instructed i submit a report ehowing the details of the arrears a 1 the cause of the same.—Mr L* Keuvre, in moving the adoption of the report, r ferred to tho mistake that had been made as to the accounts, and hoped no su thing would occur in tho future. He also referred Mr. Payne's collection and tho largs sum that was oi standing, and said if Mr Payne could not collect these i rates be should go before the committee, so as to have , the persons summoned that refused to pay.—The adoption of tho report was seconded by Mr. H. O. Dunlop, and after a few remarks from Mr. Furber adopted.
THE PORTiWOOD ROADS.
The Special and General Works Committee reported that the Sanitary Authority, having, on tho 19th December, 1877, instructed them to have the roads at Ports-wood put In repair at the earliest possible period. It had been reoolved that the matter be left in tho bande of the Borough Purveyor to carry out the works as soon as the same could be legally doae. In accordance with tho report of the Surveyor, the same Committee recommended that| the owners of properties in the following localities at Portswood be served with notice to make up tho following now roads:-Aberdeen road, Adelaide-road, Belmont-place, Dundee-road, EastfieM-road. Ivy-road, Kent-road, North-road, Priory road, St. Deny a road (east), South - road, and Weitridge - rpad. The **me Committee also recommended the Corporation to advertise for tenders for letting the whole of the unoccupied land at (bo Portswood drainage works for the term of 3-yean, subject to conditions that the Committee might deem expedient. The Surveyor reported that he bad engaged Mr. G. J. Tilling as clerk of the works, at a salary of 30s a week in the room of Mr. Smith, who had obtained another sitaatioo. — Mr. O. P. Perkins moved tho adoption of tho report, and alluded to the same report having been referred back last time when It might have been altered in two minutes, he referred to letting the sewage land at Ports-wood, which the committee now proposed should be let for throe years.—Mr. J. Miller seconded tho adoption of tho report.—Mr. Furber thought it just possible that tho report might have to be again referred back, a* he did not *ee that they were to bo debarred from giving an opinion, and exprersing their views on tho subject. Respecting the land it was proposed toj lot, lie thought they should be careful how they parted WUh this land, as they might bo called upon to compensate someone, and for the sake of a few pound* a year he thought it would not be advisable to let the land proposed, and that was the opinion of the people at Portswood (hear, hear). —Alderman Lomer quite agreed with tho committee, but at the same time bo thought tho Council were not to bo bound by them, and pointed out the reason why the report was refsrrod back at their last meeting, which was that the committee ought not to propose terms that wore not agreeable to the Corporation.—Mr. Whitchurch said he was of tho ssme opinion, and thought that in this and in all other cases it should have been advertised for in the usual manner, and not for tho committee to do as they pleased.—Mr. Banco said ho should support the committee in the appointment made by the sufrsyor, who, ho bad little doubt, believed him to b« an efficient man to carry out the work. " I ted that the offer of £100 * .year from Mr. riiole for thosewsgo lend at Portswooc had not iptod. One might supposs that they had not
_______in their Town Clerk to look after tiite land in
the interoet of the Corporation. He thought the Council would be doing Wrong In not letting this land, eo that it might bring in a revenue.—Mr. Warren eald with regard to the letting of thie land be thought it ehould certainly be let, but not to any individual, but put up to publlo competition.—Mr, Le Feuvro said he disagreed with the remarks of Mr. Banco and Mr. Warren —that an* under officer should be appointed by Mr. Lamem—Mr. Warren1.1 beg your pinion, I did not say •oMr. Le Feuvre (continuing) said bo was glad to hoar Mr. Warrou aay so, aa the same thing wae attempted to be dona with aq inspector to the office of health tho other <\a* {hoar, hear). Ho was of opinion that Ihsre vr«« much more necessity for advertising for this offic* than there was foi; an inspector of nuisance. lie thought (l their duty to support the inhabitants of Portswdod, and strongly recommended tho Council to hate tho work carried oat' at once.—Mr. Berford said in hi* opinion ,tU» (Joonoll'WouW bo very neglectful of their duty if the? allowed this Uhd to remain as it was. and he was ' inclined to agra* with the committee's report.—Tho ax-Mayor said thny wen* nolLalL- bbund. to take the earns 'view ss Mr. Le Feuvre on the subject. lie agreed with tie appointment of a man at 30* a week, bat as tp
their not aocept,ing£10)a Jeaf for the sewage fand he %
aanWdal poHCj lo band the sewsg* land over to ether
rsport,—Ms F-. Perkins replied to the various epoakara,,observing tfial. ha donlJ not .see that the Council, had: Any reason to complain of the nan thai
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Mavor here ruled that the dieThe Town Clerk road the following report:—The Special and General Works Committee reported that no tsnd*^ having been received in reference to the advertisements for persons to contract for draining, kerbing, channelling, waking up, and levelling. Peterborough-road. Duko's-road. Osbomo-road. Portswood Lawn. Wincheeter-road, and Spring road. Portawood. they had directed Mr. Lemon to carry out the works comprised in the notices served upon the respective owners of the premises fronting, adjoining, or abutting upon the said roads, as soon as tbo consent of t'e Local Government Board was obtalrlsd.—Mr. O. P. Perkins moved the adoption of the r»port and said the Committee's funds wsrAsx-haustedand they culd do no more until (bey got the money from (he Local Government Board. — Mr. Cleveland seconded the adoption of the report.—Mr. Furber had objection but should liks to know when the work was be carried out.—The Mayor eeid they had not yet go( (he sanction of ths Local Government Board.—Mr. Furber reminded the Council that they cocld got money for other purpose* and why could they not get it for this one, the more so seeing that theit banking account was overdrawn £25 000. Otlior work* bad been done without money and be *aw no reason why this work could not be done in a similar banner, and moved an amendment that the report be referred back to Committee, and that notice be served on the owners of properly, and that tenders be advertised for for (be purpose of carrying ont the work, as they could get plenty of credit at (heir bankers. —Mr. I.o Feuvre rose to order stating that that was prscissly ths same rssolution lbs Town Clerk ruled the other day coold not be put, (he more so as (he Local Government Board had Informed them that they could carry out the work until they had (lie funds to do
cussion followed as to (be bed state of the rosd*. the Sheriff contending that the roads at Portswood wars In a disgraceful state, and caused much suffering to the poor inhabitants, especially their children. Continued reference warn made to the contractor, who carried ou( the drainage works, and this appeared to be the main bitch on which the question hangs, for Mr. Parmenter had objected (o (he contractor being paid some £(" due (o htm because be had not left the road* in pro repair, and the question was—could (be Corpora' compel him to put ths roads in. repair.—Alderman Aalatt alto complained of the state the roads were left in the town proper, by contractors after certain work had been carried out.—Several further amendments were moved, but withdrawn, and the report was rscslvsd, but not adopted.
i5cria8b OP 8AHBT.
The Special and General Works Committee having received an intimation front Mr. B. C. Bitbop, of the Grovesnor Mow*, that he was about ssll his stock, in consequence of having to give up possession of the pr»mue*, it wa* therefore uncertain how long he might be able to continue to borss ths fire engines. Resolved to advertise for tenders from pers willing to supply horses and drivsrs for Immediate when required for the purposes of the fire brigade. They also recommended that Mr. T. Hayne'i aalary be raised from 30s to 33s per week—Mr. O. P. Perkins moved, and Mr. Lungley seconded, th« adoption of the report, and after a few remark* from Alderman Aslatt, it was adopted, as was also that respecting the horsing of tho fire engine.
letter from Mr. W. Lunn, ch/irman of ths (fattls Market Company, offering to re-rent the tolls of the Cattle Market at £T8 per annum for three years. Ai al»o letter* from Messrs. Wilcox, Saunders, and Co., offering £80; and also another from Mr. G. Gooden. of Andover, offering to rent the tolls at £105 per annum. A letter wa* also read from Me**r*. Hunt and Banco, auctioneers, stating that a* the tolls were about to bo re leased they trusted the committee would arrange with the company dr pet son tsking them (hat any auc-tiuncer should be able to use the property, for the enconrmgement uf the cattle trade of the (owe. by selling stock therein, for which the proper tolli bad been paid, instead of only one firm, as at present allowed by the Cattle Market Company. The eommltlee Intimated t« Mr. Lnnn the advanced price that bad been offered, and submitted that if the company made an offer of £d0 they would be prepared to recommend th* renewal of the lease. Mr. Lunn tubsequently accepted the terms, whereupon the committee endorsed their former resolution, and recommended the leait to be given the company at the rental of £80 per annum. With regard to Messrs. Hunt and Banse's letter, the committee expressed an opinion that any auctioneer should be allowed to sell-stock, and recommended that It be a condition inserted in the lease.—Alderman Passen ;i moved the adoption of the report, which was ssco-'lod by Mr. Furber, the latter gentleman stating that be took a great Interest in the market, and io*t*ad of lotting it to a single Individual lie thought it much boiler to let proposed by the committee. —Mr. Le Fquvro poration were managir n *' ' •
fit of the ratepaver*. ai
ought to accept (he offer of £105 _ .....___... ____
no( at all sure (boy ougb( (o let the Cattle Market for a term of three years to this company, tho more so after they had had an offer of £105 for one year only, and should like to hear the Town Clerk's opinion on the •ubiect.—The Town Council said It was in the power cf the Council to accept or reject any tender they pleated. — Mr. Banco taid no doubt the offer of £105 a year was from a respectable man. As rsgardpd (he market bo thought it should be made as free as possible to sll auctioneers who wished to sell cattle in the tnarkot, and not be confined to one man. —Mr. Barford said ho could nol agree with Mr. Le Fouvre's rsmarks, a* tb tnitteo bad pledged themselves to let the tolls Cattle Market Company, on condition that they offered as much a* Messrs. Wlllcox, Saunders, and Co.—Mr. H. Dunlop raid he could not agree with the previous speaker, believing, as he did, that there was some inte. re*t mixed up in the matter, and moved that the Cattle Markot bo let for ono year, and that at the expiration of that time it be put up to public tender.—Alderman Dawson seconded ths amendment.—A discussion
sued, Aldermen Newman and Lomer supporting (h----
port of tho committee.—Mr. Le Feuvre supported the amendment In favour of (he ralepayer#.-Mr. O. g$r, kins remarked that tho Cattle Markot Company had struggled on for tho last nino years, and last year only made a profit of £0, at d that wa* lbs reason why (he committee recommended that the report should be adopted.—Mr. Furber reminded tho Council that there wore thirty members belonging to the Cattlo Market Company, and ho thought it mjich better to let the market to a Company than to a single individual —Mr. Luiigley s«id all tho Cattle Market Company had pay was £70 a year, as sll the cleaning and repair was done by the Corporation. Besides, (ho Company did not pay any rate* or taxes.—Tho Council then divided,and there voted for tKo amendment, 3 - Messrs. Dawson, Le Feuvre, and H. Danlop ; again»l It, 16 — Mrears. Furber. Peirce, Rogers, Lungley. ■ Banco, O. P. Perkins. Harford, Abraham. Lomer. Atlatt. Driver. Kioaouel, W. H. Newman, Passenger, MoCalmonl, and
adopted, and the Council broke up.
Thk, Associated Chambxrs or Comvercb —Tbo 18th annual mooting of tho Associated Chamber* of Com moroe will bo bold nt the Westminster Palace Hotel or Tuesday, February 26, and tho two following dsys. The notice paper contains an unu*u#lly long list of, proposi-(ions, Sunderland, Derby, and Sheffield having given notices of motions with reference to freo trade, calling attention to the want of reciprocity on tho part of several Governments, and requesting the Oodncil to prtss this qusstion at the Board of Trade. The Dundee Chamber proposes that it is urgently required to enlarge the powers of the present commercial department at the Foreign Offioo by remodelling it, and placing it in charge of a permanent Under-Secretary of Stale, aud that steps be taken for tho formation ot an International Free Trade Association. The L*«U Chamber will also propose that Mr. 8.S. Lloyd b* requested,lo mote in the House of Copraons for a Select Committee to icquire >nto and report upon tho msnner in which the commercial interests ot tlys country sro watched ovsr and furthered fcy tb* various department* of tho Government The fpllowing proposition wlllfce submittal by the Binning, ham Chamber—'"Thkt. thi* association, after an ex-perience of M yein of the advents gee of Fro* Trade, ex presses its-undimiaitbed confidence in iU principle*, and wgee upon the Government the faithful adherence to the same policy, irrespective of the action of foreign nation* as regards tariffs and import dutieei". There are Other, motions on theFreooh and Franco.Italian Tn»Ues,
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LORD OF TUB ISLKS.
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\\TILL (tide and weather permitting) ran
VV between (he ROYAL PlEB. EODTH-AMPTOX. and WE3T OOWgm. RYDM. SOUTHS # A. PORTSMOUTH, and PORTSHA (MEW RAILWAY PIER,. a« folio*a (Railway timo obaarreJ). bnt the eecae betwuea the atoanpaokota aa<1 traina la not gaarantsed WHBK DAYS.
Saothamptoa to Weat Coarre—8.39, 11.10 aja.. 2X>, S.tS, and 6.0, p.an.
Seuthampton to Ryde—8.35, 11.10 a.a:.. 2.0 and S tto.n.
Bouthampton to Soatkaaa—lt.lo a.m., 2 0 and 3.55t p.m.
Bouthamptoa to Por'aaaoath—ll.lOatn., 2.0and 8 55t p.m.
Bootnaapton to Portaoa (Naw Railway PUr)—8.30, 11.1* a.m., 2.*, and 3.55 p.m.
Portaoa (Naw Railway Pi-i) to Wat Cowei —3.0 aja..
1110. &W aad &3# p
12.15, 8.25, auS
and Purifying Pills havs sffsctsd hunderds of astontahint cures, many whsra the afflicted parties have suffered for years ; in fact we believe no remedy has been so successful as thess Pills and Ointmsnt, therefore we strongly recomtasnd sufferers to try them.
Eri« Cook," Old Radnor, says: " Having sufaured eeveral yesri from a Bad Lett with a wound In it, and tried many different remedies without sny eflect, I was Induced to try your Pille snd Ointment, which have quite restored tos to perfect health, being now able te walk and work as well ae ever I could."
Mr. William J5aijbd*m, ef Ridges Cross, near Bromyard, sufisrsd from Contracted Sinew and Wounds the Leg far ssveral years, but was comrlotsly cured by
Pills and OialmsoL
Ludlow, suflsrsd much frota Eruptions of the Skin And Boils, and after having been under msdical treatment, to pnrposs, tried (boss Pills and Ointmsut, which i effected a cure, and now is wishful (o recommend
CORE AND INFLAMED EYES.
kv Mr. W. Dotit, Ludlow, says: "I can high
routinuaaoo of tb* Railway Cotnmiasioa, the I Indian fiunine Cummisslnn, lha btalate of Fifcuds, .and the r*in*t«atiou ot firm*.,; yilqW*") An •• •<.. • JeeK - Ja>-a JtayBsr. 21. BrMc^eteeet.
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A little of B*fl*y'* Ointment rnhb*d into t*s* annoying, and (wbsn upon the face) untightljr eruptions •very night, will r*mov* them. In frsih casss one or two dressings will be suflicisnt, but in long-standing casss we strongly recommsnd the use of ths Pur vine fille at the ssme time.
TTIRYSIPELAS.
-LJ Mr. Paxkm. of B
Paxxm. of Bomsre Heath, Shrewebury. says I was sfflictedforten months with Erysipelas, and after having tried o(her means, but all (o no purposs, I happened (o see advertised, in the Shrttetburg frte frW, Bsglsj's Ointment, which, after using two boxee. made a perfect cure ; my foot and leg were all ip one
Portamoath to Southampton— 8.20 a.m., 12.15, 3.25, aad
Soathaea to West Cowes-3.30a.rn., 12.M, 2.80, sad 4.20*
P houtbaoa to Soathamptoa—8JJ a.m., 1I.2S.2.S0, and 4.20*
Ryde lo We«t Cewee—#.# a.es. U.41^ &#, and A» w*.
Ryde to Southampton—9.9 am.. 13 40. 3 0. u^tnn
Weal Oowes to Rydo—9.40 a_
West Cowea to South so*—12.2) i Weet Cowee to PUrtsmomlh—1U* a^ and *.16t West Co wee te Portaoa (Naw Railway Pier)—9.40 i
Piers for Ryde, Cow0i, and Southampton u
t Southiea aad Portsmouth
SPECIAL WINTER SELECTION AND PARTICULARS O? CHEAP LOTS.
Gamlen Broa.' Winter Ubter*, fnnn 16# lid. Garni en Bros.' New Year's Chesterfield Overcoats, from 10s lid.
Gamlen Bros.' Winter Pilot Reefers, from
Gamlen Bros.' New Year's Wool-lined Reefers,
from 10s lid.
Gamlen Bros.'
Winter Tweed Suits, from
Winter Fashionable Soil*.
Gamlen Bros.' Winter Tweed Trousers, from 2. 9*d.
Gamlen Bros.' New Year's Scotch Cheviot Trousers, from 5s lid.
Gamlen Broa.' Naw Yaar'a Black and Fancy Yeata, fromlallid.
Gamlen Broa.' New Year'a Little Boja' Suite, from Is ll$d.
Oamlen Broa.' Winter Little Boya' Ulatera, from 3s lid.
Gamlen Broa.' New Year'a Little Boy*' Orer-coats, from 3s lid.
Gamlen Broa.' Winter Bova' Reefera, from 2a G|d.
Gamlen Bros.' New Year's Youths' Ulsters from 7a lid.
Gamlen Bros.' Fashionable Felt Hats, from Ia3*d.
Gamlen Bros.' Fashionable Silk Ilats, from 3, ll*d.
Gamlen Broa.' Mechanics' Molo and Conl Tronaera, from 3a 0^d.
^(kml« Bmc' Ikn'. Boot., from
P=ru,. j Gam]cn Bros for Year's Ties, Collars,
(New Railway Pier)—10.0 .
Porteea (Now Railway Pier) to West Oowes aad South, ampton—8.40 a-m.. and 2.0 p.m.
2 ^>orI^moul11 10 West Co wee and Bouthampton-S.45 aad
2 ****** Waat Cowea and Southampton—8.50 am., and
Kvde to Weat Cowea aad Southampton—9.20 a.m., and
West Cowej to Southampton—7.0.10.0 am., and Co p.m. Cargo Boata for (he conveyance ot Heavy Leggaf. Goods Horu-e, Carriage, end Cuttle, will leave Southampton, dally, at about 9.W a.m.. and Cowea at about 1.0 y.m. (Sendaya eioepted).
N R.—The Company will pay the pier does upon all merchandise ounvryod by cargo boat*.
All heavy good* conveyed by Paaaenger Boats viU 1 < charged at la per owL; apeoio. gUaa. Ao.. at special /at#s.
gORE gEADS.
In the cure of Sore Heeds, from which children are the greatest suffkrers. BagleyU Oin(ment will te foend a sore a=d safe remedy ; and from its great success .In curing thle (reebleeome dicease, it way justly be styled,
Beftay'e"'pirifrtn/"'*!* and Obtwsnt, are eold In ^64es,3* ljd. and 2* 9d. each.
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Mr Bisnvsnu, 8(. Mar^-street;'Mr. Ruble, Bmard-*trta>, Mr, Collins. Hlgb-etreet, Southampton; Messrs. lUltriek and Sod. King'e-road, South***; Mean. Manby and Co.. High*tr*e*; Mn French, 11, North Croae-
mm
Weet Cow.* to Itydo
SKTUOS nOKBTS.
to Honthsea -or -
Tore Cabin. Saloon.
Hata, Cape, Bracea, Shirta, Umbrella, Rnga, Portmanteana, &e.
BE NOT DECEIVED I TIE COBHEE SHOP ONLY.
JUtTO tlekets are available only „ — -----
they are laauad, except the a« leaned on Saturday aad bun-*it«nd to Monday.
Ww& oW etoe ewsa, wll1 be charged according- to the
' Jiwil oil' \o tnaoui* .'dl \
i oiii if. 1.. Lowwl W \bm noW aa ' otli L»st>»
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M* eiwfr JUJnamaWj dfs*; In *«.:: triu
.owjtJwnit
Mrs. FRANK GAMXEN
Desires to return her most sincere (hanks to the numerous patron* of her late husband, Mr. PRA2XK R. GAM LBN, trading under the neroe of GAMLEN BROTHERS, and to inform them that the business is BTILL BEING CABRIBD ON (er Ih, BBNEPIT of HERSELP and CHILD under tb* earn* trade nan
She especially desire* it to bo understood that she has no business connection with any other house in tho county—even those trading under (he tame name. In 1873 (be bueiness at 35, Bernard-s(r*ot wa* purchased from Mr. Gamlen. *cn.. by her late htuband and til brother, and in 1375 ths entire establishment was taken up by the "late Mr. P. Gamlen.
Her friends and kind patron* will therefore please keep n mind that tho old-established firm of GAMLEN BROTHERS is only at 85, BERNARD-STREET, tho CORNER of Brunswick-square.
Arrangement* have been made that the btuines* shall be conducted in the same spirit a* hitherto, and Mr?. P. GAMLEN is resolved that no effert shall be spared to deserve a continuance of the 'support so liberally accorded to her late husband.
35, BE&NA.BD STBE1ET, C.^NER of Brunawick Square, Southampton.


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