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n r 1:1: i *o.—Thomas Johnson. A WW 1 >1 P.O. I' vxffr vAi. i-mrfe* Im Kasi-street the prevlon* cveaiug. iu on promising to go and gea work.
stt-amko Herkiho mr a IUilvay Porttv—George lis«kswortli. of U. OoUcce-Wreot, a TOMU wn, a porter ia the employ o( tlie L. and 8. W. Railway Company, wm rh.^(l^ltliK»llnt three herring* from a hamper. 11.0 rn'pcrty of the above ('ommnr-^nrp»nt Tyrell, of the tympany'* pel lev. said In coeseqewice of nemero** com-pUluta aa to the In*, of good* he *mereted himself In the [u«»nl irouda wsruhon-e about* o'clock that momlug. and won after saw prisoner tro to a amall hamper on the platform containing herring a. He forced open the Ihl with hi* band, look out a herring, and took It away and put It Into Mi great coat pocket. He returned to the hamper and took out another twrrinr. and put that Into the same pocket He returned to the ltamp«r a third time, and took another herring, patting that In the a*e piece. Wltneaa went up to prlaoner, and told him he wanted the herring a he hmd
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once, a* he knew where he had pot them. Prisoner then •rent te hU eoat. and polled oat the thwe herrtne* from the pocket, and he took him In charge.—The herring, were
nooth'e hanl labour.
Srmors CiTABfie or Amavlt.—Stuawoi Svivekcv. Tliomaa Baker, living In Rienmoed trewt. waa summooed for ataaolUhir John liaek, on the 4th of November.—Com-pialnaat aald ho waa a labourer la the deck*. On the day in qocatlon. be waa In the Y,gk and Albany. Bridg»-roed, d-fendant Mi there, ami tbef .commented to chaff each ether until they wm* u» angry word*, and on leafing the houae, defendant followed and struck hlin a violent blow on the h-Ht—In anewee *■> defendant, complainant admitted that the landlord refneed to nerve him with beer, and pat him out of the bout.—A witness named Street aaw row-plalnant poahed oat of the house. and defendant follow, ind strike complainant on the face, knocking him down, mod while on the ground defendant kicked him two or
felt aure about the knee, but he waa not klekod In a dan-ceroua part, aa elated by the witness Street.-Alloe Durn. ford, a little girl. saw defendant come out of the bee rat,op and knoek complainant down, and a man named Thorn** kick him while he waa down.—Defendant. In dcfence. aald they were all In Ui* house together, and defendant called
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P C. Vincent with being drunk and Incapable In St MaiV-•trcct. on Sunday night, wa* dbehsrgod with a caution not to appear there stnrin.
DnuNK AMD Disobdeblt.—Thomas Hill, a private In the flUi mile a. waa brought op by PC. Springer for being drunk and dlaorderly In East-street, early on Sunday morning and ordered to be handed over to the authorities.
Harrow Kacirt —Charlotte Skinner, a tall woman, and Who wa* tried before th* Iteeorder acme time ago for robbing a Frenchman who did not appear, wa* charged with loitering about tlie Platform, for the purpoae of committing a felony.—Sergeant Ulake deposed to wateldng prlaoner Into sevnrsi itrceta. when *he w«a Joined by a man. They both got Into a dark place near the Improved
that he took her Into custody. w
attempting to commit a felony. *he 1------------------
recommended to leave tho town at ouce, aa *ho would be well watched.
UonnaaT »r a Servart.—Emannel Drtggon waa charged with eleallng two pigeons and * fowl, valued at - ----- -..... Mr Kegew roMku.
---------servant In I I* employ. About balf.paat 11 o'clock
laal Saturday morning, a man named Harding came «n him and offered him a lot of chicken* for aale. lie r. «o buy them aa he wa, full op. Hanllng left, a .< /*,-». t hslf-sn-hour after, on going inward* hi* store. j-
formed that l£U Harding had been to hi* atore at-, ,.ur-chaaed sotnepoultry, pigeons, and fowl*. On hearing thi* ho a*ked prisoner If he had sold Harding any poultry or pigeon*. He repeatedly denied having sold anything to anybody. Wltmr** told priaooer lie should have Harding apprehended, and left. After telling the detective what had happened. limy both went to Komssy In toe afternoon, and proceeded to Harding'* shop In Latlmer-*lreet,and there «*w Harding, and In nia back atore aaw tbetwn pigeon* produced, and one fowl, which he believed to be LI* property.—Harry Hnnllog, fishmonger and poulterer of ltomtcy. *ald on Saturday l*.t he Anut to pro*ecutor's •tore at the Uack-of-Uie-walla, and there aaw the prisoner, and a»ked him If thh governor waa In. lVlaoner aald he waa not, but expected he would hud him In the Market. Wllne** went to the .Market, and there a w proiecutor. and »«ked him to buy « dozen ol llvo chicken he had with him. l'rosoeutor refused to buy them, stating that he wa* full up.—Wltnes* then returned to his pony near prosecutor'* atore. and saw tho ptliooer at the gate. He entered tho •torn with prisoner, and told him his master would not buy the olnckcoa, *nd asked prisoner (he price of two pigeons therp. Prisoner **U I* for which he paid him, and took them a way. Those wen the pigeon* produced. Ou Ira-ring he **ked the price of tho chicken produced, and oITereil him I* ed for II. but eventually gave prisoner li fd for It, but only liavlog pi* get robbed when *uch men ** you go prow-
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pigeon* with him when he flr*t went to Mr Kolllott In the Market —Prosecutor declare"! he had. and that the wltnc** took the fowl out of the coop, and put It under his coat. —Prisoner aald the witness ooly gave him id for the fowl, and promised him a few copper* wlien he came to South-ampton — PttMocutor, In answer to toe bench, aald prUoner had uo right to *oll anything at the store without sending for hlin.—Dctectlro Hunt laid from what he had heard, ho met pnjKceutor lu Brtdgc-atret, and asked • - - -
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eribeu by the last witness-and ou hi* return to Southampton apprehended tho prisoner.—Prisoner ploaactl guilty to the charge, and laid all the blame pn Harding.- Mr Kolllott said prisoner had been In hi* employ on and off for three or f»ur year*, and up to that time ho hdieveU ho huil been honest, had It not been for this temptation: and he trusted
prison.—Mr Cookaey : You are tho '
h^T*ato^!°Ueserorely reprimanded the witness Hanllii for his share In the matter 1 and had It not been for him that man would not have been sent to priaou. He advised blm to eouflne his operation* to llom.ey and uot Southampton.
jrarwl have engaged lodgings at Upper Queen *-1 a- e. P^oihampCbo. atatlag that Be waa a -ir»|*r. 1 Im4 to the south tor the t»-peUt of uls health.
Harvey V. ai d left directions a* t
n. where lie wl»'ued lo wpuu an aoeouut.
a reference. The manager
dty prisoner called at the bank, and enquired If his refo-fence waa satisfactory, and It being *o Ikj at onro opewl aa account, and received a cheque book, payable to bearer, and left. He then appeared to nave gone to IVrUmvetb,
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take to Southampton.
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The *ame uay the other clers wa* desi^uhed to soaih-aotplon with a clieqoe foe ffe#. purporting lo be drqwn by tbe aame drawer as the Rrsu Tnla cheijue. however, was not cashed, sod the prestrultgu was referred to drawer. Suspicions belug>rousod, the ln*nag r of the bank referred to tiiu cheque bowk register, and found Oiat the dieque for £4t0eamoii\>m a book given to the prisoner. Knqulrle* were then made, and It wa, found that prisoner h*d left Qneen'*-tarraee. and gone to Portamouih, whether he waa followed by two elerk*. and Informed of what had
The following additional evidence w*» taken :— deorge Arnold, a lodging Ikmm keeper, of No t. Upper Queen's-terrace. Southampton, said Im knew the prisoner who esme to hi* bouse on the 33rd of October, about 7 o'clock lu too afternoon, and aaked for apartment*» he eventually took one bed-room aod a sitting room, stating that it would be for a permanency. He gave him hi* card with the n*me of S. Durgew on iu i'rlaoner aaked If he would take a week In adv*1>«v. a, tho world was not over honest, and hi* be,!**** took him from home, day and night, and he. wlise**. might get wfpfWd. He thu* paid a week In advance, and In toe evening came with his portmantco. aod •lept there that.night. He left neat morning about 10 o'clock, aod o* hi, return In the evening. *«ld he had been to Lyodharat. and what a pretty plaeo It wa, ilplore ho left in the morning he told witnea* that be found h* «hbuld not require tho appartment* for a permanency, not for twelve mouths s and that he waa a linen draper. He left the following day and returned the following Satur-
tlie next or following day a* to what be was to gat him. He returned on the 1st of Novamber, snd told blm to keep
witness had not seen him since until then —Mr Stephen Harvey, a joiner, residing at Lyndhurst. said he llrst saw prisoner at Lyadhurvt 011 toe Mto of October/In his shop.
Pr».oiier said It was very singular bis name wa* Harvey, and had lie any appartment* to let I Wltue** told him ha had. and asked him how many room* he required 7 rri-•oner said be wanted one bed-room, and one sitting-room, and should want them for some time. I'risoner looked at the rooms, aod I hen engaged Uiem, statin* thst they were very pretty rooms Indued. He aald he wished to be candid, and that he should have agrf.t many letter* and papers como there, and would he take care of them for him. Prisoner asked lilra what hl« Initial, was, and he told him 8. Harvey. Prisoner *ald hi* were.'H. \V., and If any letter*
prUoner left. On the Sunday
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hi* wife told him there were no letters at her home for him. " ^ ' going to the hotel to dine.
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him. it waa not In his liaodwStlng.............. ..
bjr hi, authority, and ho knew nothing sbbu; IL-Mrs. kllxa Harvey, wife of the laat witnea, deposed as to the prisoner taking longing, at herli u*. and on thf following Saturday, tlio Zllh of October, a letter addn«*ed to \Y. H. Harvey, upholsterer. Lyudburst, was lei t by the postman, at her house, she handed the lutter to .the prisoner the same day It cam*.—Mr Ambrose Dennett, manager of the Southampton llraneh of the National Provincial of Kug-

Oa the 2Jlb of October he received the letter, produced, in reply. On the following day prisoner called and asked If he had received a satisfactory answer t Witness told hliu --------1 —*"----of money out of hi, pocket
»ooer In hi, private n open an accouut with Hie bank Wltne,,
•tranger ho abould require * ,atl,factory r______________
Pritoner aald ho had been travelling • - ut of his health, and thought
He replied:-No, not In Southampton, but he knew Mr Harvey, of Lynhdurst. who was a respectable man, kept a •moll a hop, and was au upholsterer there. Witness replied 1 wa* not known to him, bu'. If he would call 9 of a few day,, he should be enable! to give ref. Prisoner said be had some money In his " * ' "e.—Witness told
for ,ome time past on a,
of settling down--------
•gree with him.
A sitting of this Court waa held on Tuesday, at the Court-house. L'asllo-square. before P. M. Leonanl. Ksq., the Judge. There were 73 original plaints, and a judgment lummoule* down for hearing.
Kdwjr Hurt t. Joiiii Par*
appeared for th* plaintiff, fori--
but now of Amoy-street. Southampton. Mr.
of London, for the ilefendant. the action being to recover the sum of XM for tn-faas and Illegal selinre In tl« beginning of May plaintiff went to the oOro of Mr.Morrls Portland-street, tn an,wer to ,n advertlaemenL and entered Into an agreement to borrow £M for one month, for which he wa* to pay fl* Intereat. He executed a bill ot •ale In favour of a Mr Collins, who wa* represented a* lending the money, for the £t0. and left, receiving the fSo. Whan the money became dee plaintiff could not pay the amount, but paid £1« on account, which wa* accepted on condition that plaintiff paid £15 more for the amount to •Und over for another month, which wa* done. On the Jnl of July following, a month afterwyd*. plaintiff wa* not ready with the money, and on the following day the defendant cam* and told him be had come to take poesee-•lonof his goods for the debt, representing himself a* aa auctioneer. He left his man In possession, although plaintiff offered to. pay £30 on account, which wm refuaed. Plaintiff wished to go and see Br. Morris about the debt, but defendant told him that would be of no use. 1 lain tiff and hi, wife pleaded very hard for delay, and at laat^defen-dant said he eoald advance the- money himself to pay the debt, withoot wanting Interest, except that £10 wa* te ha paid him. The offer waa accepted. *-nt a bill of **lo on his goods fe 1 receipt for Collins' debt. I
Handed to him by tho ea*hler. ---------------------
question aald ho Intendeil to take a business In the general drapery way. but that ho was In no particular hurry, aod
Piovinclsl Hank, said c him at the ban
) checkbook, f< _ ... ----------
Uo produced thu cheque-book, registered, and » (bearer's) cheque-book. Is entered as hsvlng been handed to priioner on Octobcr Mth, namely : from 31.901 to ?' »■»* On the lat of November lie carried out the prlaoner'.
against that cheque In tho register, a
1 entered prisoner's
sgslnst the order cheque-book, and gave hint one th, numbers being from J0.8I9 to T0.873. slid prisoner took this cheque-book away with him. Prisoner wanted to see the manager, who was not In. and said he expected a large sum of money to bo paid In to ills account on the following
wa* endorsed.
Mr Miarland waa a client at the bank.
money he asked the n the cheque In Bank adjourned for luncheon, and ou Its re-assembling, Mr Lewis, sddresilng the bench, said tho prisoner ws, in such a atato that be could not give him Initrurtlon,. as he wa* suffering from consumption *nd delirium, and he asked lor the ca»e to be adjourned. He did not think he would live to get to Winchester.—Mr ltuehan said if that wa, the ra,e then they ought to have heard' of It before. In addition to e^lch they had only Mr Lewis', bare word for It, and}pii*oner,houlJ bi ' " ~ '
y Dr Palk.—The Chairman
0 prisoner being hi* solicitor, and It ought
e hollered prisoner
ho hu, had 10 be carried into court and placed li -Alderman Kmanuel: I '
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charged £3 for the seizure The * mount wa* to be p*id lu ive monthly Instalment* of £3 each, snd the remainder on the ath of Jsnaary. Thh bill of *ale contained a proviso tliat tho mortgagee could at any time take possession of plaintiff's goods until all the money wa* fully paid. Mr. Hell eomended that this elauae was Inconsistent with the first clause of the monthly payment*, became If &ha pay-menu were regularly kept up there ought to have been no pover for the defendant 10 seize plaintiff* good*. After ------------------bill of ale pl^nUff remafacd in pos-
payment we* due. «££ Willi some men. and said be had come
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oik*, a* plaintiff had slnee.executed another bill of sale on hi, goods, whereby he had rendered himself amenable to the law, and wa* llabi* to prosecution Plaintiff.offered part of the amount, and *ald he.would pay the remainder In a week, bat defendant positively /efuaed les* than the
sold. He left a man In posses,loo. who remained there
possession ef plaintiff's premises. Aot only, however, was went to defendant la respect of th* sum owlng_£«J. and
Bell's contention warn that defendant, Mr. Collins, and Mr. Morrl, were one firm, whereas defendant had repreeented hlmsslf as acting individually, and so Uiir«as a fraudulent representation. Moreover defendant had exceeded the term* of the deed.—HI, Honour aald that he could not see that defendant hid done ,o.-Th* agreement wa* then handed to hla Hoooar. who perused It —Plaintiff w*» then called. *nd. In erose-examinatlon, ,ald after giving defendant a bill of *ala he executed another la favour of Mr. Butler for £120.—Plaintiff's wife waa alio examined, after which bl* Honour ,*ld he aaw nothing In theflrat and second clause* for Mr. Indermanr to answer, but there wa* no anawer to the £1* plld for forbearance, plaintiff having previously paid £10 for the n*e of the money for six months—After some contention, Mr. Indermaur offered to refund, on tho suggcitlou of his Honour. £* 13* «d to the plaintiff, *nd ,0 settle tho case, each party " "" own costs, but Mr. Bell refused I"
then goo* Into, aod Mr. Indermaur had neither been an Illegal seizure. 1 attempt at fraud. The term, of the uou www >e«u u.« to plaintiff; who ilgacd tho agreement, and waa therefore perfectly aware of tho condition, on Which he borrowed the money. Kvtrythlng went on Well until defendant »«w the second bill of *alo gazetted, wlien, t» protect himself, he took poase»,lon of plalntliT, premises, but uo demand Wa* made for anv money — Defendant waa then called In corroboration of till,.—Cro*,-examineperton,defendant took pc-------- ...
tlrely to protect hlmt;lf, and prevent their being taken aw»y by another person. — Croai-examlncd - Defendant said he was not a money lender by trade, and simply lent
outoftroublo than anything
^ purpose of^ gctring t
n who goes about doing good for tho sskn of doing good, and are not aahnmed of charging to or «0 per

1 assure you that 1
nnipton. He k
inally lent r
e Mr. Uutler notice. 1

_ is Mr. Morris ?-Wlt-: He Is Mr. Collin,'brother. Hla name I* Mr. Morrla further queatious, defendant ,ald ho ey since lie had been In South-first bill of aalc took precedence
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Butler that he held a flrs^hill of sale. Mr. Butler could
not have removed the gooods. He. however.—-----
pu**e**lnn until ' ** " ' '
hi* office for tin, purpose.
a wear plaintiff did not off*
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Indermaur to go further Into the defence, a* it appeared the acta complained of under the deed were quite Juatifiod. At first the case appeared to him a hard one. but tho con-dltlona were explained to plaintiff, who algned t
William Krasci*
March 35,1*7*. The defence waasthat the proper a, the noma* wa* fastened up. aad that a well of wate which defendant was to have a supply whenever quired It, waa stopped up. "whereby he hi
that tlicre wa* another access
to defendant for three montha he
Mr Smith stated that there
_ though defendant totally deprived of tlie use of tho
daring Ike afternoon a large and fa*bi»nable audience. ineln ling a large number of the infloential inhabitant* of the anrrounding neighbourhood. In the evening to* rink warn inconveniently crowded, which te*ttfie* to the popularity tbi* show is gaining year by year. The horticultural display of the show wa* far in advance of that held la«t year. Collections of chrjaan'.hrmuma, cut flower* of the sam* including *ome specimems, particularly tho*e of the fir*t and aecond prizes, the quality of th* fruit wa* decidedly better than last year, eapeoiairy in apple* *nd p»ar*. A collection of fifty diatinct varieties of apple* shown by the.ex.Mayor (A L. McCalmont, K,q). were highly appreciated. There we:* but few grape*, but those of F. G. Dalgety, K*q, (near Eomaey). mere of superior growth, and a* usual took first prize The
bad been prepared fo» exhibition, as well a* the ncM of their arrangement were moat commendable. The *'l*d collection* were very good, being oonspic. uoua both for variety «nd quality. The group* of ml*-cellaneou* plant*, four in number, including *ome valuable ipecimen* of orchid, shown by H. J. Buchan. Esq J J\, were much admired, a* were also a group of ever-
Seen* exhioited by Messrs Oakley and Watling, of St ary's-rosd. The bird show was very Interesting, and waa the anbject of universal admiration. Amongst them was a cage of foreign birds belonging to Mra, Goddard, of Bath, who carried off the silver cup with them at the Bath show, where there were upwards of 400 entries. There ws* a 4ood show of cockatoo,, and •oine splendid coloured created Norwich caoarie*, bird, which are aery difficult to breed, there were *oroe fine pheasant*, boll android finches, in addition to the cage Wtdi jrere .a number nf stuffed kreigm and Knglist bi«», whose gay plumage attracted no email attention, one case in particular, belonging to Mr Hendy, of the Western-shore, being highly commended Mr Burch, of the Avenue Hotel, cantributed a ease of owl* and hawlu, which had all been i* ni, possession whea alive, and a cue of etuffed partridge*, and ferns, with a hornet'* nest taken in the New Forest. A co»eliy wa* introduced through the kindness of Mrs Bishop, of Millbrook. in the shape of a mechanic,! singing humming bird. Perched in an elaborate cage, by a mechanical process it *ang merri*, add performed life-like altitude*, a* did alio a (mail peacock by the •ame exhibitor. The staging ofplant^waa. a* usual, entrusted to Mr C. 8. Fuidge, Secretary, w&o was very
Inner-Temple Osrdens, and Mr W. U. Glo\er, Messrs Kollinson and Son's Nurseries, Totton; fruit and vegetables, Mr W. Wildsmith, gardener to Viscount Eversley, Heckfield-place, and Mr W. Cross, florist, Sherfield English, -ftlomsay. Tho value of the prime money amounted to £90, £60 for the horticultural show and 430 for the birds, for which next year th* eommi-tee hoped to offer greater inducements to exhibitors.— The rink band was in attendance, and both morning and evening performed a shoice selection of music which added considerably to the attraction of the show which we trust will produce remuneration to. the society. The following is the list of awards: — CHRTaaRTitEMUMfu-Open to'alL Beat collection, space.
8ft by ill —1st. Mr K. Wills, gardener to Mr* Pearee.' the
j rf" UnlZ^*%h%M uwT Mr^j.^A^
gardener to the I "resident. Hon K. C. Yorke. MP.. Net ley Port t «tli, Mr W. Browning, gardener to K. Hollo way.
Amya; 3od. Mr
Kfcj. March wood Park. Pour I
Mr J. Amy,, bingle specimen—... — ------- --- .
1«. Ladiisn*. nurseryman. Poundry-lans, Slilriey; 3rd. 1
distinct— Ist. !
Mere J*ckM>u ______________
Drover. Kareham. Open to gentlemen , gardeners. Twelve
Plant*, not lesa tl " 1. D*y. Mr Avery ;
presented by Mr Squibb. r Avery : Ind. Mr Wills; 3
Kedtiiome. I'ortawood. 1J cut blooms . _ ____
PKCIT.-Opon to alL—Pour dlalie* of apole* and four . gear*, distinct—lat. Mr Avery t 2nd. Mr Vlekery : 3rd. Mr
A* % eap&s&WT&mpie
fonl, gardener to Mr* llultou. Bamfield. Weatend. Two bunchc* white grape*—lat, Mr Peiif.rd 1 2nd. Mr Smith; 3rd. Mr Budd; ith. Mr Jones. Heaviest bunch of grape*
Smith. line apple—Mr W. 0, l'ragncll, gardener to O. D. W Dlgby. K*q,«M.P., Sher-boru* Caatle, Dorset ; 2nd Mr Jone* ; Srjl, Mr Browning ;
1. 31 r Budd. Three dlahea deawrt apple*.
Mr Avery; 2nd. Mr Vickcry ; 3rd. Mr Jone*;
Is*ac Bevati, g*rduner to \V. Hickman. Ksq. Al House. Tlirendlshe* kitchen apple*-lst. Mr Avery . Mr \ ickerv ; 3rd. Mr Budd ; 4th, Mr Jone,. Three dishes pears, distinct—lit. Mr Vlckery ; 2nd, Mr Budd; 3rd Mr Avery. Utah filbert,-!,t. Mr Jone.; 2nd. Mr Avery ;
Osborne, gardener to H. J. Buchan. K,q. J.P., Wilton House. Soulh*tnpton ; 2ud. 51e**r* T Jackson, and Son. Six berried plant,—l,t. Mr Avery, 2nd, Mr Amy,; 3rd, Me,sri Oakley and Waiting, St. Mary's-road nurseries, bouifcampton. Six poinaettlaa-lst, Mr Amys; 2nd. Mr Avery. Six primulas—Ist. Mr Browning ; 2nd. Mr Pen-ford : 3rd. Mr Wills. Six clyclamen—let. Messrs Jackson and Son ; 2nd Mr Browning. Collection of vegetables, eight varieties—IaL Mr W. G. Pragaell; 2nd. Mr Amya ; 3rd, Mr It. W est, gsrdencr to J. R. W igram K*q. >orth-lands, Salisbury; 4th. Mr Browning; eXtr* prize. Mr Avery. Best collection of salad-Ist. ;Mr Vlekery ; 2nd. Mr Browning; 3rd, Mr J. Jones. Open to nurseryman-group of mlseellaneoua plant*, arranged In ipaee lOIt by 7ft. —1st, Me««ra Jackson and Sou ; 2od. Mtisr* Oakley and Watiiug; 3rd. Mr Lad bam*. Open to gentlemen , gardener, — gmnp of mlicellaneou, planta. arranged In • pace 10ftby 7ft.—lit. preacnted by Captain Hargreavc,. Mr Wills ; 2nd. Mr Amy,; 3rd. Mr Browning. Open to
», collection of vegetable,, six 1
had a right to the well,
denied tlilj, but could give
petition. Open to ladle,, stand of cut flowers-
' " >y. Open to cottager*—four chry*anihe-mum, —ut. Mr W. Hobb*. 2. Card|gau-terr«ee ; 2nd. Mrs Kc-d. Park Villa. Park road. Preemaatle. Mr P.
,UWL e.-.uw.a, ......v-. ----- , Hoblnson, Bt. Deny',. Six cut bloom*. chry,anthemum,
for damage,, for which he could sue tho | —lat. Mr Ilobb* ; 2nd Mr Koblnson ; 3rd, Mr, Rood. Col-
way to It waa only Lad ■ opened.—Defendant — Hla Honour gave a prejudice 1
U Kittcatt. — Mr. Swavno I bra** founder*. Prenrh-
waa that defendant, who w
Icm'm SwrtSS'w- - " UifuW for .wnllut;., bni it »—'•» '«• TUKSOAY,
•■•-.■kr.O.KI'erkln., W.U. K««™. MU.W. i urbcr \!r'.! Smltb .W tlirf Ann Sirltli.
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detained the bag*, and allowed prieoser. to go. He arrested him on Monday, and when the charge wa* read over u» him he *uld lie had got Into trouble *ud would liavo to get ont of li; bo knew ho had atolen them, and It wa*
P*ny'* employ. @ue el Uie baa* produced be Identified a* the property of the firm, which he had repaired,—! ri-aoncr pleaded gollty to tho charge, but had nothing to say In defeneo of hi* conduct, aud was Mnt 10 prison for one month, with fcard labour. .
Tna Charge or Forgert or a SocTiiAxrroit BARK-—H ullam West, alias Samuel Burgess, was again plaeed In the dock, on remand from Winchester Prison, charged with having forged a eh,que for£410 on the Rational Provincial Bank of ibli town.—The couit wa* again crowded iu every part by persons anxious to get a glimpse of the prisoner.—Mr Paris, of the firm of Pearee. Pari,. *nd Co, appeared to prowcute, the prisoner having Mr Loot, Lewis, ci London, to watch tho case on Ills behalf.—Mt^LewU. t»fore tho case/proceeded, asked thst tho pri,oner might be allowed #* sesied, as lie was very unwell.-Mr Pari* •aid there wa* too doubt th* pri,oner was III.—A chair w*« accordingly hsAiU-d to tlie prisoner, who remained Mated during the hrarli-g of tlio cjso.—Mr Pari*. In opening hi* case, said he w s afraid be should have to take up the time of th* court for a considerable period. He aoald. bow-ever, give them a short summary of the facta. Prisoner
_____________ n the Isle of WlgbU___________. .
lor the work 10 be done, but that Mr. Burn gave the order. ,...................... ,--------- -Hi* Honour asking for tne book In which the order w--
week, on the undemanding that If * ........ - ...... .
at Winchester certified that ho wa, ...................................................
then a magistrate "would attend at Winchester and further the dale being twelve months ago —HI* Honour adjourned
remain* blm.—Prisoner tNcu got out of the chair In the I tho caw for the production of tho book.
dock without assistance, and wss removed below, where. BANKRUPTCY
uhinjd vegetable,, six varieties—1*1, Mr, Uoud j 2nd,
foliage plant, ; Messrs Oukley and Watling for collection of plants ; Mr Avery for so dUtluct varietle* of applet (ami highly commended). Highly commended -Capt filbb, forilngie spenimeu chrysanthemum ; Mr Browning ' Mr R. West for t
bit of tobacco, and then threw the basket with It, content* Into tlie water. It wa* nicked up by two men In a boat, and handed to witness. It contained tob,cco.-Mr Kuowler. examining olficer of Cuitom*, said the tobseco was banded to him, and be weighed It, and found that lb* grow weight
1 £3 li* 81L It wa* a very
defendant It wa* * very bad eaae. and advised him not try It on *galo. and fiued him £t and costs, aod In default -• days' Imprisonment.
DauRRaNiscaa.—James White
^DmMWMlZw'mea White wss charged by P C, Coleman with being drunk and iUsorderly In^hurch-lsne.
__________AaaAtiLTiRO A POUCRMA&—Charles
Wllllsms. a hawker, was tlienextdmnkard. plaeed In the

cusKvly. wlnAi defend«it kicked blm behind nndtlien struck him a deliberate blow Iniheeje, and threatened him all
officer to take the prisoner*-Defendant said be waa drank.

used by way of matter of "
anything 01
li future application, " i the motion waa
1 would be struck <.V ellcnu would have to p*y Hie co*ts.—i."
ix, Bascley. and West.
Honour,aid the et
...........-i«/glve»hpm leave to apply
-Mr. KIBby oWeetad Mr, Camdy -
pes ring, and Mr. fur one of Mr. Candy',
withdraw.—At the suggestion of his Honour, Mr. Candy gave notice of motion for next Court day.—'
jrioatuaa!—FoaTRxTxrrn a*n Brkath.—A few drops of the liquid " Florilin*" sprmkled on a wet tooth bni.hp«x>. duer* a pleasant lather, which thoroughly clean*** the Teeth from all parasite, or imparities, harden, the gum*, prevent* tartar, »to> 1 decay, gives to th* Teeth a peculiar pearly white #***. and oelighful Iragraeco to tho breath. .It removes all
Ove'iu and Perfumers. Prepare! by henry C. Qaixur,
BrJMt h
Patent Safety Matches, suppliei a want that ha, long been felt, and will be adopted at (.no* by all cartful housekeeper*. It 1« very ornamental, and coataln, tor** dosen boxes of
oilman, fillsd and fitted complete, for h. 8J. It U *trow*.
method of cure ha* been discovered forth I* dls, resting com-plaint by a physician, who Is deaiioo* that all *ufibrer* may b-O'fit 1 rem this providential dlecaysry; It is n*»«r known tt f*U, and will cure th* mort hopelwa ea*e after aRothwr mean* have been triad. Pall partiealar* will be sent by p ist to any pereon free of charge.—AAdrt** r—Mr. WtuJ***, '
W nv#*a* Mai to
id. J. A. Sleep: 3rd. K. t
1 third, 11. Young ;
J. Yallop; b c. T. W. Pearl aod K. Arnold. Tarie-gated, yellow, or buff Korwich.-lst. H. Young; 2nd. h. Arnold ; 3rd, T. Pearl; v he. T. Pearl.;' h c. K. Arnold ; c, J. Yallop. Crested, yellow, or bull Norwich-—Ut, T. "
North : h e, D Browning.
; 3nl. J. North; 1
Pearl; v be. J. D. Mowlem and T. W. Pearl; h c. J. D. Mowlem and J. Yallop. Canary, any other variety not before mentioned, took or lieu.—lat, J. lollop: 2nd, J. North ; 3rd, T. W. Pearl t v h e, J. Y aAop; he. J. Yallop. Variegated goldUnch mule—1st. J. Yallop; 2nd, W. Taylor 1 3rd, W. Stone, lunr; c. H. B. Bigg*. Cage of four canarle*.—lit. J, Y*llop ; 2nd, J. Yallop; 3rd, K. Arnold h cxSL Young and J. North; e. T. W. Pearl (twice).
K U if T 1. ™7or Tn t
r'iJ* Report of the Rhodope Commission, passim.
Piuunr Dm a a from the North.
Send thy armed myriad, forth I Poor them In shoals from the Prath.
Heralds of justice and truth.
Glittering with bayonet and gun. Bountiful-bright a* the sun 1 Over Roumanian soli Roll tbem on, coll upon coil.
Till thy benrflceAt band.
Swarm on Bulgarian laud*.
And all the nation, and creed*
Emulate Muscovite deed*!
God.speed! Ood-,pi
Ransack bl, hearth, then defile ;
Water hi, valley* with blood ;
Level bl, muaqee* with tlie mud 1 Desecrate gardes awl porch t Lsy to his rafters the torch I
God speed I God-speed 1
Hurry by d*v and1 oy night,
Le*t he should foil you by Sight.
Chase him with rifle and rocket;
Tear out ill* arm* from th* socket. Pol low him up with the lance.
Over him g.llop and prance 1 Lash him to tuutbril and waggon. And flog while yon drain off the "flagon. Strip him. then see that he taste Piames from the foot to the wal*t: Pluck his heard, sever hi,throat;
Pen him In narrow raving t Then crashing straight iddSouth. Wake. Eight o'clock was the na» ■*«« ™ tho execution, but before that time hundred* of
every on* a the PriaapaHtr coostdare a fitting sentence on the fivefold murderer. No erne, however, could catch a glimpse of the scaffold, notwithstanding that some of the more sd venturous dim bod treea which overfcokrd the prison walL The execution took place ancle of the prison near the magistratea' room, the scfc^old ttaod being the aame aa tSat which warn
ooei, waa eleven feet long, and provided for a drop of/ «ght feeL Shortly before eight Garcia, attended by prwata and the Spanish Consul, waa conducted to »e ptnioning-rocen, where Marwood waa in readineaa id pinion him. At the sight of the preparations ha liintwi, and Marwood had to carry out the pralimi-nanea while he waa being sustained by the officials. A pne*t during this time waa saying prajera for the repoeo of his souL The culprit slightly recovered for
grafts Kffli s;
against htm waa tree or not. Tho prisoner answered in a distinct voice that he waa innocent ci lb*
it, and it waa apparent that h* waa almost w con*aoua. Death waa instantaneous. A blank flag: hoisted in the pnson indisated that the dread sea-fence had been carried out. Am indues* waa subsequently held, and the body buried within the precinct* of the gnoL
Main by to*lr mother'* despair; Mangle tbem all In 000 lair. Greybeard, and stripling, and bairn ; Make of their corpae* a ealra!
Then shouhl they hapljr survive.
Drag out the matron a*d maid :
Pore* them with blow and with blade I • Violet* virgin and wlf*.
Kndlpg their crie* with th* knlf* I , Wreach the new born from the nipple! Slash into slice* the crippl* !
To** up the young on your point* ; Leave only gobbett* and Jointa ; And. having illenced their yell,.
Plung what Is left In the well* !
God speed 1 God ,peed !
But though yon ratify peace.
Ne'er from conspiracy eease.
hwesr tp. then break, every dsns* j
Slip on the dsgger tt And. while re edging th* sword.
PKRMISSIVE OR PRKVKNTIVKf To Iks Editor oj Ik* Southampton Ob'trrrr. Sia.— la your paper of the Uth Inst., my attention was attracted to a paragraph which stated that some tlm3 since
numerously-slgued requisition »

It appears thst the point vaent. I, without a Sui the neighbouring district*
Is ? How many > habitually send know—but tola I o ,mail a minority, tbay
morning postal delivery.
of Shirley and Millbrook
Now 1 should Ilk, to know why
Again, it would be well to let the publico! Preereantle know who where algnatorle* to thl* memorial, and then an opinion might be formed ...
If five out of nine of the inhabitant* of 1
Iv. and a foolish phrase to call I
having their Sunday morning postal stored to them.
In conclusion I would aak—" Ia the voice of the milkman " never heard on dunday In Pructnatttle ? I have It on good authority that morning and afternoon on that day he la seen and heard all over the place ; thla la tolerated, winked at by the - unco guld," while the postman, who doea his morning bualne,, with almost noiseless celerity Is put down as a dabhath breaker, ftfstha old. ;old story —straining at a g—-• —*---"—"— -----*
To lis Editor */ Iks Southampton O&serwr.
Sib,—I claim a small portion of your space to call attention to a memorial that has been presented to the Town Council with reference to the very awkward time when the operation of laying down tho tramways will be lo nrogrrs, -under the Bargatc. At the rate tlie work I, proceeding thl* will be early lu December—jwt when the*pproachj>f Christmas
_______________ establishments shall be uninterrupted. The memorial asks I believe, that the work shall bo pushed ou at once, or Iff that Is Impossible) shall be delayed until the extra traffic of Christina* ho* passed away. This request seems to me very reasonable, aa the Christina* trade Is uow of such very considerable Importance that anything that would check or d'-'-' ' ------ -
busiest part of the town would be sure to
In th* affirmative ; If not. tho publicity---- ...
columns sffird will. I should hope, bring that prvssi bear that will ensure attention la the proper quarter.
r may have been settled
r. your obedient servant.
(twice) ; he, K. Arnold; c. W. Rae. C. P. Tanner, and R.
Divisio* II.—BsmsH Bntns.-Goldfinch.—1st. S. Cook : 2nd, T. W. Pearl , 3rd. K Arnold , v h 0 T. W. Pearl and
Division ITL—Foarw* 3t*n*.—Best cag* of *i* foreian
fh* arrangements connected with aach department were entrusted to th* following subcommittees Horticultural—Captain Qibba, chairman, and ile**r». H. Bushsll. a Burcb, tt. Jsnklns, T. O.born. W. ttobersou, and K. Wills; and Bird Show—Mr. G. BUlett. Captain Oibba, and Mssara. O. T. Pope, B. WUU, and H. Young; and we are informed that aome £90 was distributed lu priaes—AOO in th* horticultural, aod £50 ia the bird show.
To Iks Editor of Iks Southampton Ottmrr.
Sin.—A, a not unfrequent visitor (when In Southampton to your valuable Hartley Institution. I ask a place In your columns for this appeal »o tho gentlemen who are the cohtrollcrs of tho literary department of tho same. I find upon the table* a fair variety of the literature of the day. chosen to *ult all cla*sc* of reader*, and ranging from the achoiariy and *ntliorlt*t!vo - Revue des deux Monde*" " the gentle platitude* of tho amiable - Quiver." This.
__f. Is vary well.a* far as It goes, but I notice one rather
singular omi«lon from the periodical, of the more weighty character. I llnd thu "Contemporary Review " aud It* offspring (and rival) the " Nineteenth Century," but. oddly
I have named have the uioro sensational article* and mako a greater parade of well-known masse*; but for sound learning and keen disquisition Mr John Hurley's periodical bears oil tho palm In the opinion of thoao best qualified to judge. Now. Sir. I don't wish any of the other* removed, but would It be asking too much of the Library Committee to Invito them to add the - Portnlghtly ?" Thirty thllilug* a year 1* not a mou*trou, addition to their expense,, and the pretence of tlie - Portnlghtly Review" ou their certainly well-,locked table, would remove a blemish, and
An mqnwt was held on Saturday evening last at the White Hart Inn, Upper RoaaeH-sfreet, Brighton, on (be body ol Jonaa Hazlegrove, in hia 18th roar, who waa found dead in an arch belonging to a boat-naa named Jasper, at th* bottom of Oriental-place, on the beach, on Friday, tho 15th inat. Martha liarlogrov*, of 26, John-street, said deceased was bar son, aad a fish hawker. She had been four months in London. She parted from her hnafaand aeven year* ago. Since then her eon had been living with hit father'a brother, William, at 33, Blucher-place. The lad had been living anywhere. She had summoned William Haalegrove for £22, the money invested by him, belonging to her husband, in ftsvoar of the boy. Samuel Jasper, boatman, 18, Bread-street, stated that he bad known dooeaeed for year*. He need to loaf about the beach. He had alept in boat*, bathing machine*, and on the beach, ana endured groat hard-ahipa. On Thursday night, tho 14th inst.; ho alept in ■witness', arch, lying on a coat, with another to cover him. Witness want to heave np a boat, and the lad remained asleep. On his return he could not rente deceased. Mr. R. J. Rogers, surgeon, stated that death had resulted from exhaustion and exposure, accelerated by privation. William Haalegrove said Jonas, hia nephew, had lived with him since he waa two year* and five montha old, when hia mother deserted him. The money would have been paid to him when of age. It waa in hia name in the Saving* Rank. Deceased had led a wild, diaaoluto life. H® had struck his uncle and aunt, as well as frequently robbing,them, but waa not turned out of door*. Verdict, Death through Physical Exhaustion and Con-geation of the Lungs, caused by cold and want of nutritioua food.
The crew of the Whitehaven brig Maria arrived at Liverpool on Saturday last, and reported the foundering of their vessel off Ih* Rock of Donoreal Tho Maria left Newport at the latter end of last month for Middlesbrough, with pig iron, and experienced rough weather during the time she was out. Shortly after midnight on tho 1 Ith inst. the weather increased in violence and seas broke over the vessel, causing the mainmast to break by tho board, falling over the side. The wreckage could not be cut clear, and the mast was washed with considerable violence against the side of the vessel, driving holes into it. The water by this means entered in large quantities, and ■he commenced to founder. The crow, five in number, for safety took to tho boat, staying by tho sinking craft for about an hour. They then left the veasel.
about six hours. The men lost most of their affect*. The Maria was a very old vessel, having been built at Liverpool so far back as 181*2. She was 99 ton* register, and was owned in Whitehaven by Mr. W. Burnyeat. The shipwrecked 1 ths I jrsmoftl Sniloni linmn an*
the Iiverpoo^Sailor*' Home, and afterwards forwarded to their native place.
Exmsmoa Sorsa—Paaia.—-Tks Gal****TsUmungtr of October 15, *ay,: " Messrs Kornlman hav* had wundertu r sucob** with their famous Us m the Paris Exhibition; |L •' la bow sought after by foreigner* as well a* Kt-gUsh. There •' is no (lnubt but that Messrs Horniman's tea is a gnat " acquisition on th, continent; It I* pc*sewed of a 1 •' delicious flavour, and ia unique in quality j th* price. " Is such at to bring It within the reach of all class Homiman's Tea In tin foil psckoU I* sold by appointed Agents, and lor 40 • year* ha* been prefnrd for Its great strength, delictou, flavour, and real cheapaea*. Agents 1 — Southampton — Dowmao, 1«J, High-ttrcet J Biearsna.opposits St. Mary a Churoh ; Dawson. Bollerne-
sass AST'S
Oifor-i-street. Ltmdoa.
Cstrnoa.—Maa.r*. Eeckitt am* Bona beg to caution th*
At Canterbury, on Saturday last, a farmer named Langford, living ia the neighbourhood, waa sum-monded by U:e cr.cise authoritlee for killing game without being licensed to do so. The defendant was the occupier of land in respect of which was conceded to him by the owner the right of killing vermin (including rabbits), and for thi* purpose he reused trapa to bo set up. The gamekeeper of the landlord on going his rounds discovered a pheasant in one of these trap*, and a watch being set the occupier was detected in the act of removing the bird. The clerk to tha magistrates pointed out this difficulty in the case Tho defendant was charged with killing game, not being licensed to do so. The act of killing had not been proved, and a person would not be liable under the game laws for taking doad game. If a person,. he said, set a trap for the purpose of snaring rabbit*, and a pheasant or any other description of game got into it. and it waa taken out dead, he would not bo liable for killing game. The proaecution must prove that the defendant set the trap for tho purpose of killing game. Tho bench, however, convicted the defendant in a moiety of the penalty, viz., £5, but appeared to be influenced in their decision by tha circumstance that Langford, after taking the pheasant from the trap, endeavoured to conceal it from the view of the gamekeeper._
cumstanccaIt appear* that My. EtLnonSaou pur-chased for a couple of three-year-old colt* from a dealer at Uxbridge, and bringing them home turned them out to grawoa the LmMarehee,mIoog with a number of other horeee. On proceeding at an early hour ca Saturday morning to take them awmy, ho found one of them lying dead on the grnae, and tha other in a dying state. An examination ahowed that both of them had been gored lo death, and In each caaa there were aaveral puncture* in the bowel*, from which the intestines protruded. The owner a'
found with ita homa covered with blood, unmistakably Rawing tho cause of death.
How many troubles might mankind be spared if they would only atop to bear each other'a explana-
Jot.—The heart that is at onoe softened by tho gratitude and the tear of joy,, will show it* thankfulness in thia at least, that it will be «"»ld«» toward*
Acnvrrr.—The activity of the young I* like that of railway carriage* in motion. They tear along with care and turmoil, and leave peace behind them. The Qnlateet nooks pervaded by them loee their quietude as thoy pa**, and recover it only on their departure. Time a beet gift to me i* aerenUy.
they, are trying to get ready for the next world, al-logether fprgemng it i* their doty to make themael vee . woe* around them happy in thia f , A flMOta*.—She came oat into the firelight a* • girl of nineteen, or thereabout*, with a quanUty of wavy brenxe-colocred hair, knotted op on
heart cherry, with dt$eka Anehed with Health, and
overwhelming sense of lift—life pure and healthy, and vigorous a* a young forest-tree, whose voice had aaortof jubiliaat defiance in it* fresh young tonee, snd wAoee laugh rang out with the clear, joyous vibration of a piU of wedding bells; a girl who might
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