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Trron and junior-Bailiff *arren. ex-^os.
The number of paupers In the hoese. 471. aaalnst C07 in the oarratpondinu week of last y#ar. tbowioj a re
Orrt.nondlnir week of lul yw-Mw, 661; wob.b,
Oensral Trron wished to know if U was a fact thai the Rot. Mr. Scot* had resigned bla portion u obtplain #f the Sooth Stoneham Union f -The Deputr-Preaident •aid he knew nothing of the facte, although I he had heard rimours to that effect.—Sereral Guardians : We hare nothing to do with the matter.—Mr. Darla maid he knew it wae eo. a« the chaplain had told him he »u un-&ble to the distance.—The subject then dropped, mm *MOTAi-orno«a.
A dieeuulon a row a: to the appointment of the remoT»l-officer —The Clerk read a letter from the Local Government Board on theiubject, not exactly dlsenpror-lDgoflbeappolntment,bat pointingootcertaln regulation, to be obeerred.—Mr. Wat*re moved that the removal, officer attend every board meeting to answer any question that might be required from him.—Thie wasseconded by Mr. Walden.—M*. Wooldrtdgemoved an amendment to the proposition, which warn eeconded by Mr. RUbop, and carried ty a larg»'majority.—The pnbject then dropped.
IXrKCTlOOS DUBASU. . The Deputy-President alluded to this eubject once more, and pointed oat the advantage of the hoepital at WetUqaay, which ought to be used for the reception of pertom iuffering from infectiout aiteases and moved that a committee be appointed to wait on the Sanitary Committee of the Town Cornell on the subject, to see if thev could not have -power to remove their paupere •offering aa he had described.—Mr, Walden eeconded he proporltlon, which was agreed to, and the cvmmlttee appointed ae follow*—The Deputy Preiidnet, General Try on, Mestre- Biehop, Davit, and ffooldridge—to wait on the Sanitary Committee on the eubject.
BffTBItTAlVMBVTB TO TDB INMATES. Mr. Whitchurch moved, and Mr. C. Nob be eeconded, a vote of thank* to Mr. J. W. Gordon and Mr. W. Uylee, for their klndneee In giving entertaiomenta to the inmate* of the houie. A rider wa« alio added to thl* by Mr. Water* that the *ympaiby of the board be conveyed to Mr. Gordon on hi* recent levere accident. —This, after a *hort discussion, wat unanimously
a°Plpa'0P08BD TRAI*I!fO »HIP FOR PAUPf* B-'TS. The Clerk read the report of the conference held the Audlt-houie on Wedneeday re«peetlng theadvlaability of placing a training *hip In the Southampton Water, for ptuper boy* to be trained for the navy and mercantile marine. The report Mated the number of delegate* that attended from the variou* Union* In the die-trict, and that it had been reiolved to refer the whole »abfect to a committee for further comideration.—Mr. Whitchurch moved the adoption of the report, ob*erring that he wa* highly favourable to the echeme, and trusted it would be carried out.—Mr. Wooldrhlge . eeconded the motion.—The Deputy-President eald he highly approved of the principle, and ibould do all In hi* power toa*ii*t in carrying It out.—Mr. Water* withed to know if It wa* a fact that the board contemplated purchasing the Tyne, now lying In the River lichen J if to. all he could tay wa* tbat It would be about the wont thing the board could do. A* a practical man, he could tiate that an iron thip wa* the very woret that could be purchased for such a purpoee, and he •trongly advised the committee to be very cautiou* before purchasing such a reesel.—Mr. Walden moved, and Mr. Wooldridge eeconded. that Mr. Water* be added to the committee.—The Clerk reminded the board that the function* of the committee had cea*ed after the conference held the preriou* day.— Mr. Warren taid he had little doubt but that the Government would, If properly approached, give them a wooden thip. An iron ihip would not be at all (uitnble for boy* at a training ship.
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Mr. Water*, alluding to the preaent prmc ice of atone breaking, *aid he wished to bring under the notice of the board tha system of woodcutting in the bona*, in preference to ttone breaking, and read an extract from
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the balance ahe^t (a summary of which »ill be found in another column) lie returned them hla mrst sincere thanka for the cordial manner In which they had receelred hi, natt-e (thcrra).
The reraaintnr toast* were " The Pre»\ Chairman," " The Ladle*," and •• The Vititors."— t, ?! ,hank* t0 th# rl"ht **on. Cowper-Temple for hi* kindly precent warn carried with laud applauae.—
Tht third anniversary dinner of the Paat Grands' Lodge of Oddfellowa, of Southampton, took place at th» Kicgaiand Tavern, on Thursday evening. Mr*. Lucaa, the respected hottett, a* uaual, placed on the table a capital repast which was highly appreciated. The chair wa* fil'ea by P.G.M. Hick*, of the Fidelity Lodge, the rice.chair being occupied by P O M. Pearce of Wooliton, and there were preeent J. J. Holme*, grand matter of the Manchester Unity, P.P.O.M.'i Bridge*, Higg*, Howard, Woodford, Greenaway, Mea ton, and Thomas (Winchester) ; P.P.D.G.M. R. Da*it (Woolston); P.O.'* W. A. Pelioe, Srmes, Young, Algar, Knight, Birt, Warren, 8. Pavne. Hoskins, Chela, llarmao, Godwin, Godden. Pedrick. Spry (Plymouth), Taylor, Robin*, Hick*, Fielder, Philpot, Froggart*, Mav, Wiggins, Didam*, J. TUUr, jun., Smith, Glover, Tom Luca*, itedman. Lake, and Kite; G.M.'s Noble and Gotham; N.G.'* Warner and Smith.
The cloth belag removed, the Chairman utu&l loyal toaita which were received with the National Anthem and "God hie** the Prince of Wale*. Chairman, In proposing the " Army, Navy, and Reterve Forces, ' said ha knew nothing of either service, but should the occaslsn arise to compel England to g# tp_waj, he fait satisfied tbat every Englishman would beTwund doing hit duty (loud cheer*)
Corporal Algar, KE.,responded for the Army, Mr. Fielder for the Navy, and Captain J. 8. Pearce, 1st H A.V.; for tha Reserve Forces, the latter gentleman causing no end of amusement by stating that ehould the country be Involved in war the regular army would have to go abroad and do the fighting while they, the
Volunteer*, would be left at home t
la die t. But putting joking aside, he could not bat speak ilghest praise of the way in which the Volunteers had conducted themselves at tha Cape, and ha had little
profit of £5000 bad been made in five yesra by wood cutting. Having pointed out the advantages, and the mods of preparing the wood and disposing of it, ha aaid it wa* hi* intention to bring the eubject before tha board in the aliapa of a resolution.—The Master (Mr. Rams-bottom) having been aakad hi* opinion on the tubjtct, said from his own experience, and from what he had heard from other Matters, he thought it would be a profitable employment.—Gtneral Trron said the board was much indebted to Mr. Water* for bringing the ■object before them, and tuggeeted that it ehould be referred to the Workhouse Committee, which wa* unanimously adopted — Thl* closed the reportable butlnea* befc~ *L- '

The annual dinner In connection with the Southampton Workmen*' Hall, No. 1, took place at the Hall, in Wineheater-terrac*. on Wednetday evening. The dinner wa* aupplied by Mr. Mortimer, cook and confectioner, of Orchard lane, and wa* *ervpd in a manner that did not fall to give aatltfaction. The right hon. Cowper Temple, M.P., of Broadlandt Park, kindly *ent a fine haunch of venlton and a number of pheatauts, which added much to the enjoyment of the
The chair was filled by Mr. Knott in an able manner, the vice-chair being occupied by Mr. O. Gordon, the hoii. tec., and there were present, Mettrt. Valder, Gregory, Warebam, Ward, Redding, Axe,Toom*r (2), Brown, T. Jamet, J. D. Ch*t"r, Ksllaway, Taylor, Carton. Sarpeant, Terry, W >■ Mead. Waterhouse, Wllks, Tullick, Bamborou/ • •> rr, Simmonds (2), Sharp, Coombea, Godfmy, aa. Ifltdngton, O. Brazier, Harding, Sutnraerton, Xj. Powell, &o.
The cloth having been removed, the Chairman read latter* of apology for ton-attendance from the Rev. Mr. Kebble, the vicar of St. James'*, and from Mf. Churchwarden Dible. He then gave the utual loyal and patriotic toaata, all ol which were moat heartily responded to.
Mr. L. Powell, in an energetic ipeecb, proposed " The Biihop, Clergy, and Mlnlitert of all Denomi. nations," which Wat warmly received.
Mr. H. J.Toomer next proposed " Snccett to I Workmen*' Hall,'' which wat received with the mott enthutiaam.
Mr. G. Gordon, hon. sec., re (ponded, commenting the great good that wat being done by the Hall, and expressing hla sorrow that It did not meet with more tupport than was the case At the present time. He then read the report (published in another column, and said he hoped and trusted *o long at he had health and strength, he should be able to aa*i*t iu promoting the interval* of the Hall foheera)-
Mr.Biker, In proposing "The Truiteet andTrea-turer of the Hall," said these genelemen had all been hard-working and industrious men in promoting the interest and welfare of the Hall—The toast wat drank with mutlcal honours.
Mr. C. Brasler first responded, ttying afttr many ups and downs, he waa proud to state that the Hall was in a good condition, and hoped to be a trustee for many years to come fapplauae). They were now on the right aide, having £40 to the good, and when they bad doubled that, and more, then, perhapa, they might think of abetter Hall. As one of the ttuttees he re. turned them hi* sincere thank* (cheers).
Mr J. Sharp; another of"th* troatees, alto re*po ded, apologising for not having attended so often as he should bate done, still he had the same good feel-ing tow.rds the Institution and the Hall, and hit
wUh Interests. '
thato&st*™ *' *notk®r Un*t«e, aleo acknowledged
£' % *?T«iog men (cheers).
J>1 Mr.' Vaider4 }ha pointed eut the great increase of
throQghodt'fha kWgdom, ra'nd concluded br observing that he belleVad thl* waa tha very best Workmen*'
Ly - ww,
of the honorary membvra.atating ihatha^hoidnet bdt , think their if dl Wght be made larger, and M«tle
doubt that the Volunteers of (hit country would be equal to the occaaion should their services eier be required, all they wanted was a little more support from the Government and the country (applause).
P.P O.M; Greenway, in propoting " The Manchetter Unity," aaid the great object of their Order wat to assist their They had many fine points in the Unity, and he thought England might well be proud of the Oddfellow*,^who now numbered half a million of members (loud cheers), and he thought the time had now arrived when they might look forward to a future for their Order more successful even than the past had been, their object being to do unto other, a* they would be done unto (cheer* and lodge honour*)
The Grand Master of the Order. Mr. Joseph Holmes,• on rising to retpond, wss loudly cheered. Me said he had to thank the member* of the Pa*t Grand*' Lodge for having postponed their meeting to suit his conve. nience; a compliment he took as a mark of respect to the office he had the honour of holding. The Man-cheitfr Unity now numbered 520.000 members, and he believed fairly carried out all the duties intrusted to it (cheers). lie had b*eh a member of the Order for thirty.foul1 years, and nearly the whole of that time he had be«n In office, and he trusted had been tha mean* of doing tome good, especially his own locality. He Was also pleased to know that many measures he had advocated in his youth had now been adopted (ebeert). Their society, like all others, had grown into existence by sheer hard work, much of which was due to the late Mr. Henry Ratcliffe, a gentleman whose lots they all deplored; a gentleman whose name would be handed down to posterity as thst »f one who had done more good for aocitlea like ihiq, than any other man iu exia-tence (cheera). He watjMure every member of the Order regretted hit loss. In 1870. Mr. Katcliffe pub llthed a book atking for a Royal Commiation to en. quire into Friendly Societiet generally. That com-mitsion wat appeintod, and when their report wat publithed it thowed that the liancheiter Unity ttood at the head of all Friendly Societiet (applau«e). After that came the valuation of their property, the re.ult being that they were found to be deficient to the extent of one million three hundred thousand pounds. But be believed mat when their property was next valued that deficiency would have ceased to exist (loudc beers) Should that be so, he thought the country might fairly place confidente in them (cheer*). After other re. mark* on the great good that was being achieved by the Older, ha returned them hi* heartfelt thank., and reiumed hi* seat amid loud adplau«e.
P.P.O.M. Higga proposed "The Board of Directors," In a speech of much earnests. Tne toa«t wis warmly received.
Prov. C.S. Walton, one of the Directors, said__
young member of the Board, he had received the greatest kindness from his coilesgues. Although they differed in many things at the Board, there was one thing on which all were agreed, and that waa the wel. fare and prosperity of their Order (cheera). He then referred to the 23rd clause of Poor-law Removal Act, on which ha differed in opinion from his colleagues. Having pointed out his ideas on the subject, he thanked thein moat heartily for the manner in which the toast had been received, and sat dewn amidst loud cheefs.
P.P.C.M Howard then proposed "The Southampton piatrict,M alluding to the proud petition it now held in the Manchetter Unity.
Prov O.M. Alexander in retponse taid the dittrict numbered six thousand and fifty-two members, and their capital amounted to £55,000 (loud applaute) their poaition having been continually improving since 1868. under the care of Prov. C.6. Walton.
Other toasts of a complimentary character followed, nd the proceedings closed at 11 o'clock.
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In the Houte of Commons, which tat for thre*. a t " of an hour only, the Public Parks (Scotland) II was read a second time, the Sale of Intoxicating Liqnors (Ireland) Bill waa committed and the preamble agreed to, after which progress was reported, and the bill of Sir C. Dllke relating to Parliamentary election* in the metropoli* waa patsed through committee. , . _ THUBSDA?.
In tha Hon so of Lord* a brief Jitcustion aroae between
ation to make with regard to the supplement*^ *
?n the Commons the Chancellor of the Exchequer informed the Houae that the term* of pesuje to bo pro., roted by Ruwia had not aa yet been oommunicateed to her Majeaty'* Goveonment, and that in oeniequenoe of •' a- very oomiderable and rapid advnnfio'• of the Mnaoovita forces, it would be bis duty to propoae cn Monday a aapplementary osUmate for naval and military pnrpoeee in order that the oountry might be prepared for any circumttancet that might aria®. Sir Stafford subsequently moved the appointment ol a Select Com. mitteoe on the public buuineaa of the Hou*e, and, aeveral ammendmenta being proposed, a lengthy debate
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Con tilting of Table Knivet, in ivory, bon*. and black handle*, at low prices ; Dessert ditto, starting at 8s 61 the half-dozen ; Carver* of all sor'a, six**, and price* ; Pocket and Pen Knives, from 6d upward* ; Sporting Knives in variou* patterns; 8cit*ort, in endless variety ; Horse-clipping Scissors, of alt sorts.
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These Pille are specially prepared for the cure of disorders of the Stomach, Lirer, and Head, and being free from any poisonous drug, may be taken with safety by the youngest child, or by persons of adranced yeara. For ladies and gentlemen of delicate constitutions, and Bnbjact to narwwsnaaa. they are nma of thabaatmadle naa erer prepared. By their use the Irritability, despondency, and nerrousness which accompany Indigestion, give way to a cheerful flow of spirits, and that morbid melancholy ,so deplorable In all. is entirely destroyed.
-They promote digestion, Increase the appetite; and by imparting to the stomach (hat strength required to properly digest tho food, tha whole system ia itrsngtbened and health once more beams in the countenance.
The following Testimonial* will show the efficacy of
ment of sereral Doctors, but all failed to give me relief. Being recommended by a friend to try these Pills I did so. for which I am thankful, as they soon restored me to health and strength. 1 bare recommended thsm to ■ ill fnjr acquaintances, and now always use them
fS Mrf Foster, of 12, Adam street. Middleeborougb. eaya: Please send me a box of Bagley s Pills, for Indigestion, of post; they. are. ilia only Pills from which 1
Uae giring health and tone to the tytUm.—Can be obtained by addreeting W. C. NIOHOLLS, 1, Langford Villas, Bensham Orore, Thornton Heath.
HHEERE is scarcely a disorder of the body, functional or organic, in which Quinine and Iron could not be administered with good results. For intermittent for era, as ague, low ferer, and febrile symptom-in general, nothing caa compare with IL For prostras tion of strength consequent or. loog Illness or other close confinement, sedentary occupations.and any, ending to impo—-1*1' »K- *--<*- » •
is comtitution,
be the only remedy.
TONIO combines those powerful agents in their
b.gbost state of eflSclancy, ia chemically pure, unalterable -uk>'
ire recelred any benefit.
Mr- Downs, of Hayton s Bent, says: -----------
mud: from Indigestion, Weakness, and Depression
rery much from inoigoauon, nsamsss, ana Uepreet of Spirits, whlchrendered meincapablt of attending to work for soma mom tha: After hating had medical advice and receiring no benefit therefrom, I wat Induced to tre Bagley's Herbaceous Stomach Pills, which hare done est . o much good that. I caa now follow my employment , with ease and comfort; in fact. I feel qujte a new man."
Mr. Dorey. Ludlow, »rt: " I nerer enjoyed better heitlth In triy.llfe than T hare since taking tour Pills', and can therefore strongly recommend them/' '
Mr. Pointon, agent for Hsdfitld, says : " I am glad of say that all wke hari uted them tpeak highly ef them" ' ■ UrJ John Griffith, of Ludlow, who labouring under a mien Stomach Complaine, says: I.found benefit frotn your Pills as too* aa I had.Ukao them ;.thej occa.
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for want of a proper remedy. '
Quinine and Iron Tonic will be found most useful; it re-Inngoratee the entire system, and speedily dissipates an-pleasant eenaatlone of a melancholic character.
Desires to return her most sincere thanks to tho numerous patrons of her late husband, Mb. Frank R. Qamlbk, trading under the name of Gaxlbh Bros., and to inform them that the business is still being carried 09 fo the beneGl of hermelf and child w*&r am*
She eepecially demirem :t to be nnderatood that she has no business connection with any other houae tn the County (even trading under the same name).
In 1873 the hoainew at 35, Bemard-mtreet* was purchased from Mr. Gamlen, Senior, by her late husband and his brother, and in 1875 the entire establishment was taken up by tho late Mr. F. Gamlen. Her friends and kind patrons will therefore please keep in mind that the Old-Established Firm of GAMLEN BBOTHER8, is ox%.Y at 35, BKBNARD-STREET, the Comer of Brunswick-square; Arrangements have been made that the business shall be conducted in the same spirit as hitherto, and Mrs. F. Gamlen is resolved that 110 effort shall be spared to deserve a con-tiuuance of the mopport so kindly and liberally sccorded to her late husband.

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Mrs. F. GAMLEN acknowledges tho support of her lato husband's patrons to herself during tho past years, and in spite of persons
DgSIBIKG TO TRADE IX THE SAME NAME, Gnds her eQbrts have been successful and noc in one single instance has an old customer left.
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