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'h^MvKA 'A-ND Wc#STER ^KWS-yAfDhDlY. OCTOBKk'" 26. f!lS?8.
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SOUTHAMPTON AND PORTSMOUTH! ..... • •-Port*. Vm-nfctx*. Arr.-ood.1ja
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a 12 20* (Dorchester 3 0) 0 40* ... 12 43 a Dock station, b We*t Kud, or Ulechyuden statiat

an, *ii *w
10 10, 10 54 11 28 U-40r 12 14 12 50

4 20m 4*1 *3*
Bcdbridca.1 Writ En l. Dock*.
t In the J inner • Acta! last jrw. -.which.'shewed that th* clerk to i«l*ir*t«* «»• Jt*bl* *o . * penalty of £20 (or d* : the fee* of tlie Corporation by, *oy one who to *u* buo. -Xb* metier »-i» referred to cvta-
Oiflrt. ' fnc**vding a statement of
K—---------„.ound» on whlrh they were awarded.
Ttt, the Eer C.J. Haw*la*. !*•• chaplain o* the bomutfh J.ll. -EMM »: ..... ,-'W
The Towa Clerk report! thai tU subject * to the suipluyuisnt
--cof thr '
ill EeUte. end thai
__!#& *# mpMbw W«
the borowgh treasurer, sahjsct t Dieted wltliin etc month*, end tha» — r~~ fcr hlseervlcss. At» further meeting of the
piSSiH

oinpetent to « loving the ad"

r —Mr Purtwr seconded the tuously adppted.
The feme committee reported |l>st Mr Councillor
'UliaiialWMlim
adopted.-Mr Davis. bmdeb* ti e adoption of the re-port. pointed out tUt by the proposed plan tW bodies ww,Id be easily audited, and be ef grea* advantage to all o-neernrtl — AMcrvnan Jon** grounded the motion, remarking that it w»a a meet valuable suggsatiou of Mr Dane —Mr Cleveland could not ,see.. what good iMa Accounts' Coumritte* was. —Mr U Fourre, ontb* other band, wae ol opinion that th* cotnu.ltle* was »»»«•: fuU and trusted tUt on the 9th of Noteto^er It w*uld be augmented. He wa« eery * rry they were about to lose the servlcps of Mr Davis, *bo had done so much good am ibte committee.—The report w e tbetv adopted.


ion lite paper of Mr Linford a re-
Dn the suggestion of Mr Deris, aaondsd I church, It waa raeolred to allow the matter until the Dili of Noren
n the Bret le»ae gran I V Hie mm pan, fur ■ the pnbl.c adeem
Lowe ley s mo»i eaU-Ucioiiiy, and f<
tn* tote, and were t:Te Cnrporation not to do to there
. _ iy b«M they .... i -
way to pe»t thai way. which no one could object fc>; but be migbt remind the Council that if • railway were me th»t way. U the company wanted the property would take it by Act of Parliament, and tbey would be unable tolielp thein.er»ee ; but were tiiey not w renew thU leaee Mr Longley would" be depnted ef tbtf Intereet he .eUierwi* would here In thle propony.
~ " o conelderati. ,_______ wee to be deprived of hit right
val iabte property, after having epent ew much in * it (hear. hear). He traeied b* t ad taUafao-'w« that UrleajJer wae antUled to the renewal

n rurlug it (h«
taling tl-at lb ery unu»uel otnpel them I
StsJs

- •e"«»,**7Prlotor/'j. i Ilifii t' i£m> aoouer be brcumra a total afwtalm-r an«r«^tMtrato the wtirk I'lm-•Olt tip better for, the t-TloM!l-n Apaanalety atJaMK f»r be evliteiitlr kinwea. jlifr(f..rrwn.,amt w^nld (KKSK ________________
tn which be erldrutlr TEKTOTALLKRd ASD UOIttUSTKMCT.
Te Aa' Wltor Ou Sealhoapfoa Ob—rmr. 8l«.—A eormpnudeat of Toora, who algae hlmerlf - A M Me raw Drlnkrr." kindly latorma tho rubl'o through. jurmlumi.a that Mr. J. 0 Gongh It about to rlalt Souin-
,j> which he admit* be belongs) tba nWeral* Maker*T
Yoer rorrrapondrnt erldehtlr belonce to that claae of, dlaaatlafled people who do nothing, bet alwaya if ramble It 'erybocllee' eowMeoeo. I ralre amoant Uuwa who inslng the datalle In eoo


jpport of the amendment leaee for 27 rear*, and nothing in the clauae t ■ate for 40 f«are. He cor w that Mr Lungley bad n
Mr Abraham did not with to gir* a lilent rote on thia neetion. lhay.bad. Ward-two legal opinlone—one for nd the other egainet the report. Ha rnuet eupporl th* inendment, aa he could not convent to give a ay tbelr aiblic land*. Nor did he think the Council wpold ever nnecnt tn a renewal of thle leaae for 40 year* * U they
_»b**or#*Wi trant t hie leaee Woo Id beenlirely giving e land. Mr Langley h
referred back tb* elderatkm. they li etatement of. the Corporation from c from the prerent U
iltte* reported thi Comtnlttee'e re** prooeedlage of thi
Council having Clerk to prepare a
uber .of the Leeae Cot
nltted, wae fully dlacaeied
further meeting of tho CmumUt lng been prepared and utd conridereu.lt wae re



tad N*tley lioee
0ENEKAL POST OFFICE.
«1 lettev* at 7 a.m No portage it
a only one dal rr

L fur all public buaina half.an hour Uefgro tl
r THE LKTTBB BOX.


tli* requeet of Mr Furber, reai ook place In tlie Council, whicl •hour. It tuted tliet on the In ippllcation s*ae received fro
the Corponhi" t good bathing
Mho-e for the Council t<
for it, of a cram of tuudUnd « | i.e bottom ot Mancneiter-• treet. for *. :erm of 40 yeaia al a nominal »unj, and that ebould «h» 'leaee be renewed 14 )ur« hence the flue fuf euch renewal ehotild be a email Mm. Tb* Comnc I adopt.'d thi* report. Tm* declelon wae afterward* ooti-tirated, but that the grant ehould not be abeolutely made until certain oonditlone war* fuMlled. one being that provision ahoulJ be roede for reducing the price for baibtng after 5 p.m., for the benefit of the working claue*. Thine condition* bavin* been complied with, a letter dated the Slit May, 1865. *w submitted to the Council from Mr Thomai Hill Mating be bad aeeigned to Mr George Lungley a lea*e of the bathing preuiiaee o t e Wertenj .Shore, and requeitol b t 'Corp<>ration to
grant Mrliungle" ----*—" * "" xt"*
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. coder by Mr Hill and tb* engr to Mr Langley for the baib-ng preiuU ber of year*, from 21tb of June, It

anything o Mr Lungley
term of 40 jeare.

_ . II. reweo»b*r»d at
time bath* and waibbeuie* were being r*ubti*bed
for tho public good, and a lea** granted to a company for thi* purpose on the Western dbare. It being at the time urged that the working clawee eliould have a Hctrcumitabce* he thought It only f«........
ebould be renewed fi
Mr Parmenter eeconded He ni glad to ear 'bat he a* be did on a previou* .
length referred to whet toi 1832,-*nd afterwards ehowe
feted, and that In 1854 it d a leaee granted for a ter renewal, the eame a* other lea*e« of the under thoee clredineuncee be oould not eee why- tbli should be taken out of the ordinary couree. and therefore tupported tli* r*o*wal of tb* It*** to Mr Luogley for 40 yea re.
Mr LeFeuvre, In moving an amendment »o the report, eaid he w * *orry to have to do the eame thing a* he did laet tiraeeonthi* queetion. In til* month of May ;laat
«m to the effect that the report be received, bat that the renewal of thia leaee for 40 year* to Mr Lunglly be
not granted, and eaid lie »ho< '' " ..........
If the Council renewed thi* I wodld fce virtually giving aw _
land, the property offifje town. He pointed out that thi* piece of land wae jfttnUd to a public company for It* purpo** of evicting bathi, Ac., but it wa* never In-mded to lenew tb* leaee after the 40 year* bad expired, or.did the inhabitant* of th* town ever anticipate that renewal would b*a*ked for. Mr LeFeuvre then traced be history of ibis .question during the p«*t 2d years, le also pointed out that thq wbule of the former leaee ad not been read or produced there that day. and yet the propbeer tlooil up and told them that til* was an
riglit li* should t>e glad to **ppor* mm | nut under tb* eiidsmitsnce* be must support the amendment (hear.
Mr 8. K Pearce. In oppoair* the *m**dme#l. eaid he (bould t.ot be afraid In the least in going before hi* constituent*. After referring to Mr W. Perkloe, who, h* eaid, did not teem lo know anything about the matter, he dwelt ai*o„ie length against tbe argument* of Mr Le Feuvra and In favour of the renewal of thr leaee. stating that he itiould do what he believed to b. juat and right, and vot* lor the renewal of tbli lea** t,
Alderman Newman supported the amendment, aa di< Mr J. Miller, the Ubt nff. Mr 0. Perk In*, and Aldermat J one*, while Aldermen Koiano*l and A*lall and M Cooper a poke in favour of the renewal.
Mr Furber having replied, the Council divided, and there voied for the amendment, 15—Meeer<. Harper, Warren, Cleveland, W. Perklne, ItAger*. O. Perk me. Abraham. Jones, Miller. Le Feuvre. Davie, W. H./Jew-man, Pasaenger, McUalmont.and the Mayor; agVtnet it, 0—Meeera. Furber. P*«rce, I'armenter, K Newman. Cooper, Tbomae. Lorn or, Aelait, and Kmanuel.—The amentment being carried, the Cuuacii broke up, having tat until nearly 0 o'clock.

bavuwdagakt t Till than-tnr» try
The National Temp Mr. Gough for a a* eoo n try. Mr. Uouvh position a* a tempera;
admission i hot. kno«
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io'NBT'l^M i H K A LT a . M AON ETICON,
PATgXTED.
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EDGAR. WET TON'S
PATBNT MAGNETIC BBLT9. LONG IJIT1GO-&ATOW. SMS* BA*D9. OH KM PKUTKTOM. KMKK C&M. *Kian,«H, AMKLM. plpi. rmicnoN ownp,
CUES. BELIEF, A%D PREVENTION or DISEASE.
afford relief!—
ranr, people woaWd be pleased t_ inlcated with tli* Seieretarr of the
In Soethempton. thfokln
Southampton committee oodertakleg the wl.nl* of the work gratoiuaaly. Our main object lo baring Mr. Gqugb hare I* the reclamation of the drunkard, and I frrl certain that nothing woubf sire thf fommlttee trrestrr pleasure than to are the whola of the drunkards In Nmuthamptoq assembled Mgeltier tn hear an address from, Mr. Googh. Bel this le nest to an Impossibility, and I rand Id}/ cmifeu* I dou't think It would arenmpllsh thr end w* hare la view. A t.'iraoU* trail* M* grown up la .this country, and It Is •till spruadlag Its meabrs. and entangling the people.
—----Td^a. Thuy h^^by ^blsjjslt^frotn
ke still greater « fort a to reclaim the
------------ r-uslbla, aaulhUate 'lie traftc la Intoal-
cstlng drink altogether Wo sincerely hope the modsrste —** to he«r Mr Googh.
I temperate language when talklm
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.Vo CXaryt/or CoiutUtatioiu. ,
Among the special adrantages of the Msjnetlec
tion of electricity without the aid of Batte-iea, Metallic Plates, Chain Band*, or Acids. They require no prepare***. (Ira ne shocks, and cause no eores ; and aa tb* magnetic current pueaee readily through *n inUrreaiug garment tbey aeed not be worn
Being made up in light material, they'are s* oom-fortable to wear a* an ordinary garment.
Though more especially uieful In certain cls*s*s of disease, their gently inrigoratlng inflience upon the whole ay at* m cannot fail to be very beneficial to an bet Invalid*, and to tho** who suffer from amy bodl y or organic wuakouM, while their direct action upon the oerree renders them equally useful In many Cueea Which tu* ordinarv remedies fail to *0*cl.
Special Magnetieou Applianoaa
i be peculiarly s



th* moral and si


UURRE8PONDENOE.
WCTUAMPTON TEAMivAYa.
in emisequenruot tne partial et^ppat-e in me construction 01 the line of tramways. I bopfyuu will allow me through your paper to give a little explanation on the *ubject.
Tlie stoppage to whlclrl refer has occurred on account
I ot the company has t» I that therefore, tlioog
THK I'ATflH IN Til K PARKS.
Us Editor ef tXs SoatAa mylon OLssr
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i they I the P CJ e
means of abating tlio nulsanc thesa paths In Such pMfnslm fart. (Indeed. I should think unless they were Ironshod.) i be alti«rtiier In,possible to ro
is (I think)
3S
I tho water-level out of I

SOUTHAMPTON TOWN 00UN0IL.
(A. L. M ■ I 'all
if th* Town Council wsi held * Wednesday afteritocn. • Tba .]
Jaoe*. J.I., Pa**aoger. Bmanusl, J.P.. and W.fl. New-
wmmm
norasbo cab trasD nr uinovtg |ioiu>i>af.
The losrtV OIerk re*.| a memorial, signed by fouituen occupier* «ad owners *f p Air arty in Hanover-biUding*. rcquaatiug the Uorpwutlcnto ru-coartder their proposal to place A cab .stand oppeelte the aboae bulldiqga. as It woald caws* a Kraal annoyance, aad also a defwAatlo* In th* valu* of Mi* proptrty^-Tb* Mayor, in answer to qcsitioot. said Ibe co»ml»t*u. bad,.ib* ,*ub>«CB *f;«ba. proposed aU*raiion*.j?ltbg cabstand* under tielr con-s,deration, but.wer* not ^lfi^ bnng up * rabort that d.y ; end, la aov^r. to iMarmaa Lorn*r. said llceneud cabmso bad no right or prfeiletk t# WW <*b ttahd in Uie town —Th* letter wa* referred- to'committee. [ tu* jurritr**' olkkk hp tm The Town'Clerk isad tb* following 4*tiee on th*
HP
lam. Sir. your obedient eervaat/ j
" tW^euSTr
**. &«., Wemgbg *
* a covenant did note:
ir Corporation leass, and how Mr Furber a
hen It wai well known that th* original ase itated that at the end of 40 ye*r* th* company or* to hand over all fij lib* to (be Corporation any other Corporation
ir Parmenter oduld osll il ....
>t understand. Tli*re wa* aotblog m lb* original leas*
truatod be had shown that thia wa* an extraordinary, 'ease, and would ask why they did not apply for a renewal 14 years ago, ln*U*d of coming to the Council now to do so. This land Wis most Valuable, and )f Ml" Lungley wae entitled to It be should have It, but he Contended that he was not, and that In 1893 It would return into tb* hands of tb* Corporation. •
Aldermsn Passenger eeconded the amendment, and said he wa* of opinion that tb« Commute* In brfnglng up tb*ir report had lo*t alghl of the fact, that net one foot uf the taudland* should ever revert from the town. The original le**#.for.tke*e batba.wa,granted toa.com-
Mr Luagley, !fi«J*ooUitag of ,tb* Xiod t
tb* payment of a nominal kt*. He mm* t tb* r*a*oo why th* extraordinary covenant u
the Intrredlents for m
BCfKNTfKfO LBCTURKS.
Ts Iks Wafer last two winter*—a sebum* which waa got up tl. -------
unknown to mo la connection with such pis re* as tl e Hartley hmltutlon. unlea* ft was merely to charm the ran of a few for a few hours, but ss soon as they came, tba cold air tho charm had vanished, simply beca
vanishes from memory. Ndt so with a first- -1»». scl lecturer's Imparted kaouledge and literary fnatri When 1 have In th* eouraoof eonveraatlou made iw.........
amptou public were Musical, aad not setentlBe. I can the eeeret of testlnrtho taste for flrst-clsas lectures In U selection of th* Council ha* proved equal to the expectation mixed gatherings having — —----
[ Yo*r obedient a*rra*f, Boutbampion. Cctobcr 17th. li;t- ^
THE btO TEMPKKANCM 80CIETV-

e meeting*, or gtve a
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richnK the proprietor, should hsve granted na the nse of tie Skating Kink, seeing that some three year* ago the Temperance party suriweafully opposed the grant of a spirit lleunau for this same place. Now 1,rathe,r thlak th* main opposition, came from another nmartisp and from tlioae who are directly Intereatpd and afe auxloua to mono-pollse the trade In thew drinks. However; thst may be. I —'—ook to see Mr. Nichols, and upon laying the facts him he readily granted na the ase of this large and vllniis building, so that all rlasaoa may bare the op-portunlty of attending to this wo/ld-renowned temperance I have trespsaaed too far upon your Space, and I directly enuceme*.


ST. LUKE^ CRICKET CLUB.
port«>r of this club, occupied tlui chair, and was supported by Mr C T Penny HI e liminrary secretary), who occupied e-ehslr; the Hcv A H KllabV. M.A : Messrs K J
CM
LsirKGsri*
the -Army. Navy, and wh. Mr A Ivlmey, of the

Mr Taukervllle Chambe ting hie absence and stall nrr that his office, waa nol
eyoe. of Lraabury Park, regret, p that next year he should hope i-stand by preaMIng at the din-i nominal one. Daring the past





la mind, and should t
seublre to play his club there, but none could form *o] Idea of the feelings of the happy few selected by the Com mlttee to represent them at Yatlon at thrlr hospliable am n.blr reception. Few men would do a* Mr ( hum berl.y e had done, and whea he. In addlltoi to till*, la ted of return matches next ysr at
vociferously received with three times threi Hott - II oil g*on;on bsh al f o f M r C h am ber I s yne tb* compliment, saying what pleasure It al,
stated how pleasnl the claryv alway* were In doing thclt

i spent by all present.
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meuosAsd by aedamkmrn. ^ | ^ ^ ^ _
wmmsF"
o catcb the under-eurront
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TEBMM0MXAL8 fEUM BOUTHAMPTOX.
ae. So Improved b
great sale
AT
E. HART & Co.'s
DOMESTIC BAZAAE
g
MONDAY, Oct. 14th,
And during tha Week. The Whole of the Stock
MUST BE. CLEARED
. soger.'..
EVERY ARTICLE WILL BE EEDUCED- IN PEICE!
EVBRT'PUadiflASER Of TWENTYkQH&ijOfGS mod Upiwd. WU1 b. PBpAENTJEn.Bom,* thim ' SALE'wiU & VHBY
HANDBOMt: TRAYS,
Only daring this S«le.
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.T : Jbat bu i;rer been.
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It is absolutely necessary that the
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Ulkdy klgrdkm, th# COST PRICES.
KIIKUMAT1SM
lly Injuring
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nth pleasure
n your magnetic appliaucrs. Vfbsn I

utbampton, August 8, II
rabliah this, oirptni

ard lane. 8outhamp on. Jane J
'• m»oh plsuaurula forwarding----------
"lose/ of yoar M»geelio appliaaous. I
h comfort and ooctsuisuo*.
gives me great pleasure In telling vou of tho ire received from wearing ane of your ilagnetlcon y body, aapcdalljr In my hauda. knees, sod
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irtted th* v*fy best qttalitiss
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ir il agnail co a Appll-
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THE WHOLE OP TEE STOCK OP
IRONMONGER^ CCCTLEKY
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Earthmwaie, ?an8y Gco&s, &<%, WILL'BE SOLD TJXDSR THE
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to hi a»V—Saturday, October *, 1W8.
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