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THE SOUrHAMPLON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS—SATURD AY DEG&fBiSR " 1878.
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DISTRIBUTION OF PKlfcUS TO THK FIRST HANTS ARTILLERY.
Th. annual dhtributina of prliw to lha uismtiert of very numerous attendance, and «ln «)i« unavoidable
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( A.V.). and the Rev. C. M." 0*«n (chaplain).
Major-Oeneral Lwy, Captain Kcnvin (through Illness), fcyj "• K'ennard and Sw.yne (2od Hants
Th* Chairman, on rlsimr, w«s heartily received, and commenced by rejourn* the absence of the Mayor to present the pnses, but elated that he bad prevailed upon General Petna. to perform that duty, a gentleman who held a high tuition in the Artillery, and tiad been brought very much in coniact with the voluiUeere (chears). It >U l.u duty that evening to give them a brief statement with regard to their corpe. It waa now five year* «-•<> tinea he had taken command of it, and from that time the corps had made m gradual, steady, and good proitrcs*. boih in nuujbers. offlcloncy, and ■naneially (hear, hear). Five years ago the conn naiubered 53 men, and it now numbered 820, all efficient; b««lde« 28 ex«r» etlicienu, consisting of officer*. Their grant live yeges ago was 4J1U8. and this year they claimed from the OJWrnruent £i5l (cheers). He had to tell those present tb«t since last year the corps had doubled its strength, and no*. Itiaie.d of two batteries, they numbered four full hatter,es, all efficient for Uie grant. During ilia year the corps had bad the distinguished honor of forming an escort on the occasion of the vi*it of the Prince and Princess of Wale*, and should any
ll'* eT.or T'm Southampton again
they wi old have great pleasure, in conjunction with other corps m giving them a right loyal reception (cheers). During the year the corps had been to a great in the equipment of the*e two batteries,
because they Here, all aware that the Government would not a*«ist them until they astisied tbemsel.es. The Government would not give them a single far-thing until they had clothed and kept a man for 13 mouths, and then they ga«e thsra only one-third of what he had co.u This aWeof purine tie h .ped would soon be amended The least, he thought, the Govern, ment ouuld do for the volunteers was to cl the a man when he first c.mo into the ranks, so that they might hate a fair start (hear, hear). In.tead of this, however, the officers of the corps h-u to exhaust their brains in
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tended that ihw was a state of things that ought c.. _ be. He stated that in a »bort time a report wita regard to the voluntoere would be laid before Parliament, and he trusted that it would be a thorough practical report and ihai when it was made it would not be thrown aside as was generally the esse with most investigations of ibis sort (cheers), He had great pleasure in stating that, taking the whole of the corps
thMWbMUamd averaging th#M*b*r of dHUs, tlwy
had bee a enabled to register forty drills for esch man. Quartermaster-yergeant dims, and Battery-Sergeant Major Hawkins^aving attended the most times-199 &*d M7re,pvetlwl,p8#,K#Miia Wbamam amd Prwd, coming next with 167 drill* each (cheers). There had bw* dmrtag tk# ,*#, a great »p«ow—f 180. h pre vidinrf an excellent gymnaisum, many of them ro doubt thought It a great deal, but when he told them that one of (he rope ladders alone coat £50, they would then see how the money went. They had obtained tble in order that they might increase the stamina of their men, and he tru.ted that in inother year their wh-jle appearance would be changed and improved (cheers). He considered that they were doing a good work by keeping young men employed as much as possible, and not allowing thorn any time to idle their loura (haar, hear). The exptnses of the corps, in consequent, were very great, and they bad alreacy expended their efficiency aranL It #»», he supposed, n , uaa appealing to them for money ; they had tried it before, and sent out subscription lists, but it was no uso, and the pu dic told them that the Government ought to help the corps and the Government told them they must help themselves. They *,re moon to be run into another expense. The Volunteers had to follow the army, and within a certain time to take to the helmet, and he had ju«t received an order from the War Office to provide his men with helmet*. Urn* landing them Into another expense of £110. With reward to the » olulitoer movement, they must all be pleased to see its thoroughness, not as come " croaker,," had pre. dieted, that when therewasaaoundofivarihe Volunteers would leave the ranks, but that too very opposite wss the case, and during the present year, when there w„ a chance of war the Volunteer forces had received large reinforcements (cheer*). The volun-teers now numbered over 300,000, all registered as efficient and tble, he thought, was very creditable. Afcer a few ,tbor rerosrks Captsin Bance called upon General Pettle to present the prixea.
The General, who was well received, said he had much
Guuner llraxler, aunk*. Ml«s llanulforl. Ilandiman Temrr. water filter, Mr Itolm
Mftrtrpinl Uiiff. imnklnir f«n kip llnnr.
tergt-Major Wright, immu ticket. Mr Gordon.
M«n/eant dancer, nmbn-lla, Mr Invliney.
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T%BAcl% WDTgAMPTON. MR RLA.N D beg* to mnoooqee that his IVA AWKMBLY RWM8 arm OPM f*
tuition In the above accompli.hmenL Priaaie and Class Isseons in all the most Fashionable
EVENING, with an cedent Bend.
Class nights for Q uadrille Practice.
Schools and families attended.
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MONET ! IMPORTANT NOTICE 1!
pEPPEE'S QUININE AND 1EON „ UCBOPULA.
-• "d to continue
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audf'^ivufrlMr ° cl°sa* at 10 aja. for all public bu*laess CLOSING op THE LETTER BOX.
The Uoneral, who was well recoired. said he had much pleanMfa performingsuchagratlfyingduty In connection with the Hants Aritller> Volunteers. He steted altboogti | °{ ,,,?0l,*d WW in India, and when he came
ti^n for the use of Southtea Castle, and ho and others had grivo double about letting thorn have It. A long consultation took place, and it was agreed to let them
magaxmei. guards. &c. Another consultation took place, and it was at last decided to band the castle over entirely to the volunteers. He, himssir, had anxious doubts about it, and when the volunteers were in charge p'ai" daily visits to the castle, but be was pleased to tell theu, that during the whole time they were In charge of it the most perfect order prevailed, and the utmost regularity took place (cheers). And although he had
Volunteers into a new organisation, if ho might so term

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l"T.'. ",,u we numoer would Do made up by the Militia and Volunteers, lhe Royal Artillery would do little In manning these forte, their numbers were so few, and so the Hampshire Artillery would have to help take chance in caso of war, of the most important forts in the kingdom (loud cheers). Referring to the success of the corps at tjhoeburyness, he urged them not lo be disheartened because they gained nothing this year. The sau.e unng, he said, happened to his own corps. One year they took the second grixe, the next, the first, and ,r^.r' 'hough they took extra pains, they got uothiog. The general then proceeded to distribute the ?'ir, *®u4,»neDt being caused by some of them. The following Is the prixe list:—
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liandmaiter Cantelo, wh.tnot, Mr Guard.
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and*%Mdy* MUlsrd, pslr of lustres, Messrs Hughes Mlas HaaatfonL
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I am. Sir, your obedient servant.
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SOCTHAMPTON PULIC E.
(Continued /roes pos» 3). -fm THURSDAY.
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The strictest secrecy observed.
Ageots for the LiVerpool and London and Globe Fire and Life Insurance Companies.
G. H/ StTTTON,
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Laudanum whatever in iNoast Bbow.n'u Mixtdhi.
stimng the coegh, bat by going to the emmae of tne conA plaiot in duiMrsing the phlegm, cooling the inflammed-psssages of the chest, and assisting the lungs to recover their proper action.
la Cnmp or Whooplag Cough Noam* Bammt M:g-
JRl is very eflectual whilst in Common Coughs an.I "OI .............
Eaudanum.
A dose give.. .. u«.u»,.. .oe 111.............. ..........
or in anyway out-of-soru, will cause the Child to wake in the morning ascheerful as a cricket, with a cool comfort-
thli°DI°tHct?—1Ut"' """ b"" 'PP"°"J *"°U to 8*OTmaMMog:Xf.B.Hmnt,SLMa^#M«L laa».
PORT 1 Mr. G. M. Brown. 219. L#ke-road; Mr.
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PARDON'S INDIAN TINCTURE FOR •RHEUMATISM.
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It U a We and simple but mdet effectual Reme4y for and cured.
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Rayner's 6d Paper Knives, suitable for business or private use, and invaluable as an office requisite.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's 6d Cribhage ' Box cannot be equalled at the price.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's 1/- Ornate Ink Stand, with rack for holders, &c., is unsurpassable. —21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayncr's 1/- Box of good and useful Window Tickets, containing 200 assorted sizes and prices.—21, Bridge-street.
C. IJayncr's 6d Glass Ink Bottles CM,u.,t be surpassed.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayncr's Sd Books of Gummed Labels, containing 2C0 Gummed Labels ready for immediate use, suitable for labelling shelves, (lowers, books, pictures, bottles, jars, and various other purposes.— 21 Bridge-street. ,
C. Hayner's Cd Box of Paper Fasteners (assorted).—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's Playing Cards, from 1/-upwards. 21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's New Penny Pen Box, containing six good Steel Pens.-21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayncr's Wonderful 1/- Pocket Book cannot be equalled.—21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayner's 1/- Metallic Ruler, containing Penholder, Ink Eraser, Pencil, and Point Protector is cheap and novel — 21, Bridge-street.
C. Rayncr's Cd Puree for the million is made of leather, and cloth lined—21, Bridge ,'»tre(!t
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IB MOV READY.
And will include "THE CHRISTMAS TREE" (Coloured Plate).
CO*T*3TB,
Kiddles, Puzslss, and Acrostics
A Quiet Chat ...... ...
Christmas Bells......
A New-Year's Peal An Adventure among the Indiana
A Double Christmas ......
Our Fairy Changeling......
A Lullaby and a Lament The Sparrow's Story ......
Sydney SbadboU 31Us Thackerj
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A. ll. Hope.
.... °^.rrow ■ JlorT Where Violets Blow
Up the Sky ......
Robin Hood. A Plsy ... A Night at Rheinfe.'e ... A New.Year's Song
Music by Zjo Hide and Seek \......
Words by Dr R.^E.^ Walhs
ILLUSTRATIONS :
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