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Key**, of Cross-street. Aarmd b* r.U. Besiawt with being drunk and Inoapablc In Bridge* street, waa discharged with a cantion.
Francla Uoy. of Wt«j C**«e» charged with * similar offence. wa* *ent about Ids business.
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brnggt** In Kutitreet. The prisoners alio begwd 6! tUa offlonr. and all were locked tip.—'The Spencers promising to leave the town at oar* were dl(charged. aa waa also Gray, who (aid ha had work to go to on Monday.
gla**,' named I/mlea Nweft,' Wed M mob the. — 1 mot bar of tha child «a1U the previous «tght defendant m low her hMuo. tin* dtag'Inn. In the Strlud, andoomraen toeing asoug. Ar*c»rsr4s a man cams lo. and a row sued. defeniHnt. throwing a glass of b«er over a a
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abusive expression* towards he. After that prisoner lo>k up an empty alaas tram the cosntsr and threw H athsr, and It (truck har eh lid which ah* bad In bersrms.—Dr. Pal* deposed to having examined th* child, which U* found
defendant wa* rna'inded far a week.
Bautaj. assault u«>,VTi »t -John Bricknell. a barge-
•-*- ■ ■ »■ —J «-—• »-«- —<•■» -u«» •< 'bey a aw by her anawer lo the a wj weak state, and
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Saaioos Cmans or Oarrxt»i!«« OoOps ***** FAtsic P*MWcma.-Vkifr»l Smith. described. a* a wine merchant, of 8holing Cofcimou, w.a ag•aid on the 13th u( August I ait he let a portion of, their premise tApMsonef. He attended daily, and saw yery little baslne** going on at prisoner'sioO«*a Thev had to distrat* for ttofirst quarter a rent. Some tlm* before that
of him eight two-dox*n care* of Madeira asked If ti* wa^ compelled to diac' actions, and the Bench ruled that i
produce*! thalamic* of good* bought of prisoner, Co the amount or £143. fot-wloea and iplriu. which he paid, and prlaoner gare Mm the receipt produced for tbA money. At (be aanw time a* he purchased the wines he discounted, on behalf of hl( Arm. a Nil for CAi 16s. dated (let October. Hn. which wa»'dishonoured when It became don. An arran™tmeut wa* mad* that If that bill had been met Wit-----------!-aell the wine tack to prlaoner. Th* cheque*
cover th* risk. Ho w s to re-aell th* win*
price he gar* for It If th* bill waa met-Br Mr. Rogers Me gar* £t 18a for the dlaconnt of the M IS* bill (laughter,
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continued: He bad the wine at hie cellar. Some of It bad been consumed.-By th* Coilrt: He could not tell the Court bow. many doscp* of claret ho bad.—Th* Beach Intimated that no one could underaUnd by the lilt put In how much wine the wltneaa bad received, and no one could (ay whether he had paid a right or a wrong price for the win*.—By Mr Cooksev : He bought the.whole at a lump anm. — Mr. Conkeey,
to buy the wine, and lis rented a cellar for that purpoae a
Mr. Dobbin'*, Above-bar. where the wlue waa delivered by the prlaoner before the money waa paid. Wltneai aaw the wine ther* and checked It by th* list produced. He had •old part of th* win* to Mr. Tucker, of Oxford-street.
London for £to, and he a till bad the remainder. If* bad, two bill* for tha amount Mr. Tucker purchaacd.—By the Bench : He disposed of tb* wine to Mr. Tucker before the Mil he held from the prlaoner became rfne.—Mr. Cookacy : Then you did not keep faith with the prlaoner on the pro-mlae yeu made him lo re awl I no wins.—Wltneaa : Well, y*a ; but there waa another 4*5 bill.—Mr. Killby : Thau why did not you aay ao at first ? aa we ahall hare to go oyer the whole oa*o again —The wlmoaa here left to fetch memo account*.—Jame* l'arton Leach, realdlng at 3. Friar it., Guildford, aald he knew the prlioner, and a young man named Hudeou, who occupied apnrtmenti In hla houie The algnatur* to the letter priMluced ho believed to b* that of lindaon lie bad ae.u th* prlaoiior at Guilford with Hud-A year* of age. Smith alept at Ula n. About Soy. .0, Hudaon left
------... ---a go lug to Southampton. He
------ returned, haying left Indebted to wltneie.—
William Henry Goodrich, Registrar of birth* and deuha. for th* dlitrlct of BL »lary extra, combining Net ey, aald he had cone through hli regleuir from May 1 «T7 to January 1IT«. and there waa no record of >he death of a Mra. Smith living at Caatlo View, Netley.—Mr. Davla, Rate Col lac tor for that dlatrlet. aald In the mouth of August laat Uaatl* View, Netloy wai occupied by Major House, and ha waa the lait peraon rated for It. Smith never occupied Caitle View. Mr. Thome* Winter Wood waa, he believed, the preient owner of Caatle View.—Mr. Thnmaa Wlcholion waa re-
aaked that he might be allowed to withdraw hla rcmarlta aa to lila peraonal tranaaetlon and m»k* It aa a Arm trauaac tlon altogether.-The Clerk Intimated that tbla could no-he allowed —Wltneaa aald be muat really no through hla evidence again.—Wltneaa paid two proralnory notei, one for £100, payable a month after date, the
—Sir. %rniu: p»cr A" "iS
w*'nt to fetch them —WltnaaW: I did not think you wanted them.—Mr. ;Boit«re: Did you not dlacount tboie bill*, and receive the wine aa aeeurlty.—Wltneaa, No.—Mr. Klllbyi Now did you not take thli wloe a* xecurity for Uila bill — Wltnaaai Well. yea. but I mn*t*xp' . u have given more than the value. He muat Inalat tf. . hole be made a
a Arm Iranaaetlon —The B*ncli " in t do that.—
to tli*(* two bllla. he received an acceptance from Hudaon
is, ra'tfirr 'K a;
for iu 1«( being dUhonoured. be took from the prlaoncr a bill Tor £75. I»rlioner waa to pay him £lt3, and receive back the wine and the laat aceepuuco.—Mr. Cookiey the whole of your ' *----- —*"* " —
---------------- and he wlahed It to be altered
firm tranaactlon.—Mr.Co«ka*y aald If Mr. Nlcholaon wlihad he could produce a balauc* ahcet at the nest hearing, and clear up anything In hla evidence.—Tho caae waa then adjourned until Thuraday next.
vary muah from the mouth. Witaeaa eakrd prtaotwr what waa the matter with the donkey, and be replied that h* did not know. U* had hla handa In hli pocket*., and *r«r amok'nr a pipe, lie took on* hand out of hi* pocket, and wltneaa saw that It wai covered with blood «» far a* tliewilat. He also aaw «ome Wood on prisoner** boot*. The piece of tongue prodaecd Waa lying bn the ground, cloae by the aide of tha donkey.—£ lad named C. till
•aid a* he waa going to school t

the donker. l'rlaoner. got bold of the rope, pulled . _ donkey'* head to blm. and then petted It. aud pulled Ita *ar» ab*ut—John Diamond laid about * o'clock on: Monday afternoon, from what he heard Irt went t6 the'denkcy.

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portion of the tonga* produced lying en the. ground : the donkey, and be Immediately ga re Information to police.—Sergeant 7a*a depo*ed to taking priaoner
taking priaoner Into i-atreet. the pravloua
timea. and a second offlcet naa to b* oall*U In to aaalat. In taking him to the elation. Priaoner anpeared to be the wore* for JIqnor.- Ula boota appeared to bare been recently cleaned, and hla banda were clean. On being ae irehed at the elation he found blood I*
the right hand pocket, and a knife (produced), the blade ........... ......-•
aftarnoen. H^nuisa
being (Ulued with t
might be deanoyed oet of Ita mliery —Mr. Gould 'aald lie would report *a to the danker'* condition on tb* morrOw.' —The question aroaa aa to whether a donkey came under
add that the pnulahnent waa alx montha' bard labour.— Mr, Mldrldi{*. however, tbnoght It nefe#*afy to Iwk Into
Quart* aL*$e*^for trlsl.1^he donkey wAdKredla he du*iroj*d, and thurowber prointaeO * aObWIplloh ,to reimburse him for hla la**. / In /WKD.f K8DAT.
pKOen AMD iNCaPAhbu.—William .Holdw * **•■__ belonging to th* Gean. waa ehargwl with beia*drudt*ud '» * -al I* In Klnga^eld road. wh*redefifmlntbad (fmpd Ufa way Int., » home.—He wa» ordered to pay ffie man half-a-crowif for (be lo*a of half-a day'a work, and dlic^arged.
IVar-orriCE RonntKr.—Gaorge Dendon. a gooda guard on the L. and *. W. Railway Company, waa cbargid with athaUng t.o letter* eontalolng money and atamp*. the property of H. M i*o*tmaat*r-Genoral.—A clerk In the l'o*t-offlc* aald h* mad* np a letter bag at Portamonth, and had It deapatched to bouthampion vie Biahopeloke. On rrisonff being •earehmi the two Vtttera Vere found on him and their content*, which he adi ,'ted having taken. He tuerefore asked for a remand, which waa granted until Silurts;. .
. RoBBcar *r a Dor.-Alfred Appleby, a lad l|1(yeare ol age. w*» charged with auallng aome elzara. aa under:— Bertha Robenaon. daughter of the prosecutrix, of INo. 7. Queen'e-road. aald aome boya were agalnaf their window in* prevloua night, and ah* aaw defendant lift a card hp through a broken paae of glaas with hia knife, put bla hand h>. and take out asm* clgar*.-Priaonar on being taken Into custody denied the charge, and waa aent to Jail tor aeveu daya, and t old _ th at If ever brought there again he w rald be flogged.
; Ronnrar or £3.^-a^n* Hatcher waa charged with a teal • Ing £3 from the peraon of Frederick White, realdlng In ,Orlenul-t(>rrace, who aald priaoner came lo hla house the pravloua evening with a,**arf ah* had mad* for him. At that-time he bad thre* aoverelgna »ud «a In hla trouaera
to give her aome money, but he refuted to do a*.—Barah Blake amid proaocutor lodged with her. Priaoner earn* to the boule between 0 and 7 o'clock la*t evening with a aearf, and while a he wont out to wM the tea proaccutor'a pocket waa turned out and tile money gone, rriiener lef; amylng ahe should return ihortly. but a be n4rer retureed.-llarrlet R*ad, keeper of the Victory beerahop. Kaat alre*t, laid prisoner gave her the pur*e produced the previous evening to take car* of for her. There waa no money In the puree, but aome pawn ticket*. At the time ahe gave her three aoverelgua to take care of fyr har. and she earn* back before 8 o clock and aaked for the money, and wltneaa gave lttoher.«-P C. Col* found priaoner In bed In Klng-atrect a bout.10 o'clock, and charged her with ihe robbery, which ahe denied. Aflcrwarda aim aald Whit* gare her.the money. 1'riaonrr bought anew Jacket and a pair of boot* the previoua nl ftt.—Priaosey pleaded guilty to the charge, and had nothing to aay In defence of her conduct —Mr. 8upt. Breary said It waa a very bad eaae. and where one ea#* caire before them twenty did not, a persona would not come forwarl and give evidence.—Prlaoncr waa acnt to
i happened.—By the Chairman:
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threatened to kick her-bralna out If ahe camo any-
ln danger of her life irom la aent to hard labour for J1 day*, and at tha expiration of that time bt bound over, ■— ....... kwp the p<.4co
i shaking handa defendant •lapped her face, causing the old Indy to faint. Defendant,
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D it UN K«jl a taV — J a m e s Brown, a labourer, charged by '.C. Young with belog drunk and Incapable, In St. Mary's-
i baturdty evening laat, waa discharged caution.
George Chandler, a dlitreaaed acaman, waa broug by Sergeant Altrill for being drunk and disorderly Mary'a-atreet, on Sunday morning. Some obsevne bavfug been found upon prlaoner, bo waa aent u labour for seven da) I,
drunk and Incapable on the Town-quay, on Sunday after-noon, at half-pait 4 o'clock. Defendant waa very q»let, and not being knowu, waa dlachargod wltu a reprimand **Dm=SiK*AM* Cafwo Onsccsr l.Axou*tr - Marl* Barchlool, of Cuckoo-lana. waa clurged by P.O. Sharp with belDg drqnk and uilng obac^n* language. In the AveOne, on Sunday evening. Defendant had been turned out of the Cowhtrdi, and atmtk et people with bar umbrella, nilng very' bad language.—The Mayor aald aucb .---------------1. d|agrac*ful. eipeclally on a Sunday
_________yiiiCArAntx.—Patrick Beyle, an Iriahman,
and traveller. In U.e drapery line, whose fac*i waa bailly
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get blm to the police elation.—H* waa fluod 6a aud coeta,
night, and lined her Is and a
drank *nd Incapable la Weet Marlaude. at balf-paat nine o'clock on Sunday night, and It took "
Kt blm to the police ataUon.-He r -th of Which were paid.
Before J. 11. Cookajry. Kaq (chrirman).
AndJtmanu*!. O.P. Perklna. J; T. Tuck*r, and H. J. Tiibeatkmso Tit* Lire or a "WrrB.—Kobert Cox.
them. • .
was from ibre* to four loebe* In length, **« prodb*»4
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Th* Polytechnic Lodge, Mancheater Unity of Oid-fellowi, waa ettabliahed neatly two year: ago at the Polytechnic Inatltotion, Hanover bulldlnga. Sou'ham n-♦on, end from thence It wa* removed lo Portland-atreet, where it ha« alnce remained. ' It la * temperanc* lodge, and the 8t. Mary'e Cocoa Room a In Si. Mary-atreet having been op*n*d. It waa decided to remove to that teetotal eatabliahinent. The lodge room in Portland-atreet wa* at e private h*n»e, and It waa oonaldered that the lodge being held In a buiier part of the town would make it more popular, and thua add to tha number of ita member*. The flrat meeting of the lodge at the Cocoa Rooms waa held on Tueaday night, and attended with much aueceee. There ware quite 170 preaent, In-cludiag viaiting brethren from the varioua lodge* in the n*iglibourbood of doutlwinpton, and amongst tboae who attended ware Br*, the Rev. G. C. White (Vicar of St. Paula), Iter. 0. M. Owen (Curate of Holy Trinity), T. P. Payn*. C. Cr*w (Berrywood), W. C. Weatlake, J. J. Burnett, A. J. Miller, W. H. Mitchell, he. After the lodge had been opened In due form four honorary and t*o Gnancial member* wero initiated, aod later on Mr. C. Crew propoaad the sentiment " The MancheaUr Unity of Oddfellowa," and ai a director of the Cocoa Room* Company thanked the membereof the Polytecbnio Lodge in helping on the caun of tawperanco by removing the lodge to that hall —The toaal waa received with cheer* and th* "Oddfellowa' fire," and reaponded to by P.P.G.N. Higgi.-O.M Ooaham propoaed "The Southampton Diatrict," which waa acknowledged by P O M. Alexander, who apologiied for the ab*«oce of C.8. Walton (engpgo'd on Oddfellow*' buaineea at Winohea-ter), arid he gave a aatiifaclory account ef the Southampton diitrict, In which 432 were Initialed Ia*t year (cheers) —Br. theHev. C. M. Owen proposed " Succeaa to the Polytechnic Lodge." which waa drank with all the honours, and reiponded to by P.O. Alger, the aecre-tary, who italed that the lodge had been opened nearly two jeira. and they had Initiated M member*. 46 or 47 •jf whom were good on the booka. Thajf had £79J0aC|d In funds, and their aickneaa had been very little Indeed, while they bed a balance in hand of £2 Odd oh the widowe' and orphans'funds, but he waa aorry to say the balance In th* m»n*gsm*nt fund wa* on the wrong ii«le. During i be year they bad gained £42 4a7d. and aa their laat reiurn gave them 4tf member* their ihTeaae waj £1
which recorded the fact tba» he h*d asrved the offlcre of elective •ecretary, vice-grand, noble-grand, and grind maater of the PolyUebnio Lodge; It alio thanked bim for the way In which he had worked for the Order end tli* Polytechnic Lodg* In particular,' wlill* at the a am* tlm* ll unified th* esloara and reaped *nt*rtamed to. warda him by th* whol* of (he member* *f the lodge,— "Th* testimonial waa handed th* R*v.O. C. White amulet loud cb*er*. and tha r*r. gentleman. In responding, thanked th* lodge for tb*ir kind preaent, aod kaid'h* abould alwaye be pleaied to do all he codd for tli* *el-iar* of the lodge and the Order In g*d*ral. H* should
, regard tb* t**limonlal with prid* *od pleasure, had taken* deep InUre-t In the lodge, and be bopod other member* wo*M '.me and giv*'th*t& * helping h*'»d, yejoi(*d that the Cocoa and Ooff* tR<>cw< Company had been alerted, and ^, th*t the lpdge l(ad "been moved there, for hllherLg the puWlo»oi had bed lh* monopoly, and «little wholesome .competition wofcld good («lie*r»)^—Ylaltiiy Bret'rfn" end otW (o^ts followed, end daring (lie evening llie Ih* Rojr*\ Engineer*, m*oy oF whom aie mewWa o( ib* odfee, adding greatly to fbe pleasant nature of tb* gatiieilo*

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Sermon* were preached en Sue Uy leel br t}je Reve. Lewi* Barrett White. .>|.A.,a'ii4-^.»ii'iel .Mannitie.LTfcf)^ on behalf of thla aociety at Su Matthew'e C'.arfcli, St> Andrew's PrAbyterNn Church, and Above BacChapeL In conneetlmi. with these annual service*, tfie usual liublic meeting waa held tn the Tictneta.Koom/nn lion-day evening, and largely attended. Mr. W. C. We'll,ke occupied the chair, and there were also, preaent on the platform the Rev*. S. Manning. UL D. (secretary of the parent society: end the deputation), H. H. Carlisle. LL.R.. J' Aston Wbitlock, 8. B. Strihling, T. Garrett, E. J. Boon, C, M. Owen, Q. Gregg, and Mestn. R~ Ol, Haakinion, Yonge, J. Honey., —Prayer having been offered by the Rev. A B. Stribling, and a hymn aung, th* Chairmin congratulated the meeting on the fact that the new depot In connection with the auxiliary hand been opened Abore Bar,—Mr. O. R. Dawson, the Mcratary of the local auxiliary. After reading apologiee for non-atUndanc* from the Revs. Creeswsll Strange »nd A. Bradley, end Mr. 0. Y. Mercer, read th* 'ennoal report, which aUted that there was a steady and increasing demand foe .the publications of tb* *0ci*ty. Th* effort* of tb* committee te eatabliah in this town *
Grmanent depot had been blaawd with success far yond their mo*t singuine anticipations. The houss Abore B*r had beenpufchaeed and reited in the bands of the Beva. P. R. digram end V. Strange, Maori. O. Y. Mercer, W. C. WeetUke, W. B. Randall, O. R. Sloper, and the boo secretary of the auxiliary, at truateee, and would remain for ever as ajoiot .depot for the purpose* of the eaxillVry Bibl* and TVact Sbclitlea. Thanka were •tendered to tho parent eoilety for sd kindly and feadily aasiiting them with reference to the purchaee of the house by lending them the eum o/. £l<>0-£100 frae cf hitsrest, and £300 at 4 par e^nL Thli debt the com* mlttee were very anxtoua ahould be cleared off ae «on • ' poinble, and tb«y eameatly eollclted th«i»e friends wh* ba^ potyai helped them. i* come forward and aaaiit. The number of (be ealea at the depot of tho publication* bf 'the Society had considerably increased during the pail y*ar o»*r tho«e of any of the three preceding year*. •They expressed their *alisfacti*n al tb* attention and M*l displayed by,both Mr. and Mre. Domoney at th*
the tale of bjok* and tracts in their town; which might always b* regarded aa a itreain by which a liter
would b« dissewinated that might be. relied op..----
being amusinj, iiutructing, and interesting, while above and beyond all it was of a religious character, and waa calculated to make men better cititene—to teach them how to ascomfclll#*na Of that bettor city qf which tiny •ware told that it* builder and maker waa Ood.—The Rev. J. A. Wbltlock pre nosed the adoption of the report, and that tli* committee for the entulng year be aa follows—The Revs. Dr. Wright, IT. ti. Carilil*. J. Bnllen, T. 0*rrett. Oreeswall Strang*. J. A. Wbltlock.: S. B Htribling. H. H. Eereira. and O. W. P. Oregg. and Mesjrs. Yonge, R. 8. Smith, 0. Y. Mercer, W. B. Randall, J.P., O. N. 'R. Sloperj and O. R. Dawson (hon. eee).— Mr. R. C. Hankinson seconded the motion, which wus carried with applause. — A hymn was the* aung, wh*n til* Rev. Dr. Manning (the secretary of the Parent Society and th* deputation) gave an addrese reipectiag the operations of the Society in many lands, aaying that their publications were given inl20 language!, and tha diatribution of thoae would approach, if not quite reach, 70.000.000 in the coune of each year. The annual in-come of th* Sooiety >iroai donatlone, aubrcriptions, legacies, &c., amounted to £16/M0. and, after paying all expenses, the tirolU laat year were £11.0X1. They wer* also enabled, to give away reame of paper for printing, to,, and were considerably aaaiating the aludy of the Bible in Board Schools. After speaking of the world-wide demand made upon th* Society for literature, th* rev. a Maker made ,an earnett appeal to his hearere for subicnptiona, and concluded etc Id •pplane*.—Mr. Sloper then proposed a voto of thanka (o the Chairman, and to the lady wbo had presided at tb* harmonium, Mrs. Hoyick,,which waa carried by acclamation, and the Chairman, in acknowledgement, afur *xpree*lng thank* to th* choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church for their assistance thet evening, urged upon the meeting the desirability of providing books through this Society for diitributiod in their local Board Schools, promising. £5 towards a £100 for the purpose.—Mr. R. C. Hankm-•on al«o proiniied £5 towirda the lame object.—The usual religious ssrvices cloied the meeting.—A collection was made at the doors in aid of the missionary work of the Society. ' _
The opening of there rooms, a description of wbjcb we published Uit week, took place on Saturday last, the ceremony taking place in the large reading room. There was a large attendance, including a nhtnber of ladiee, Mr. W. C. Westlake, Chairman of the Company, presiding. and amnng tboio present were the Reva. Canon Wilberforce. Creaewell Strange, II II. Pereira, R. C. Cullender, Neville, and G. O. Gregg, Sheriff H, r.»er, Aldornaan Bartlett. ■ General Try on, Dre. Sampaon, Griffin and Aldridge, M*s*rs C. Crew. H. J, Bachan, W. Itoee, A. Barling, A. J. Knight, Ran well, Moaaley,, C. Ho^soinao, J, J, Burnett, W. H. Mitchell. W. plbla, O. C zoe*,a. llyer, P. Stewart, Q. Parker, P. Dotnonay, Lankester,. II. Pond, W. II. Purkls. O. T» Pop*, tier. Glover, lie.
_'ue Okairman, in opening the proceedings, said the Directors bad hoped I* have been ablo to get lotno important perionage to opin those rooms, and they had invited tho Duko of Wostuiinatar and Lord Nurthbrook. but both had been unable to do so, and the County and B'irougb members, as well as Colonel N'aghten.'M.P., the Mayor (A. L. McCalmont. Eeq., H. Maenaghten, Esq, R. C. Hankinson Esq., had sent apologias for noo ttldn-dance, but wishing the movement every auccaai. The ■" ' * been *et*J>li*hed
months two such , buildings (applause). Jo give them some idea of the trade they had been doing at the Do#k Home he Would mention that they bad aold, fince It had been eitabliihod, 8,220 gilloni of coco* and. coffee, or 37,000 half-pinUof.cocoa and 14,000 half-pint* of coffee; in tot*l, 51.0OO clip*. This amounted to 550 cup* p*r day, or 3,300 cope per week. The coniumptioo of coooa wa* in an over Increasing ration as compared with c«Jff**,, and they aold three cUps of cocoa to one of O&ffe*. During the same time they had sold 21.000 hunt, bakers' loave*, Jcc., and aa to the profit he would only say U waa satisfactory one. One of their rulee was ibat they jver did anything for nothing, although they gave a great deal for a pinny. Ae to the building in which thev were assembled ho thought anyone who had passed through it, muit be thoroughly satisfied with It In every way. He thought they wer* txtremely fortunate in getting, ae architect,a gentleman of Mr. Mitchell's experience, and the builders, too, had carried out their work admirably (applause). The Polytechnic Lodge of Oddfellowa would bold their fortnightly meetings there , and they bad breide* numerous applications for tb* eso of th* room* from Good Templar Lodge* and other temperance eocietie*, but they wanted to keep them a* much ae posaible for their own customers (bear, hear). With regard to- th* Coffee carts they were doing a good trade, and b* mentioned that the Company were now turning their Attention to Northern, Woolstou, Preemantle, and Higbfteid. with * view to opening some bouses there (applaua*). He then called upon Canon Wllborford*, who said he thanked God with all his heart that those rooms had been opened In tb* heart of his own parish, and opposite hie own deanery valh He wiabod to know whether tb* directoia had tak*n under their cooeideraUon the opening of these looms on 8aodaya at the same hour* aa tb* public liousej? ■ He thought if this waa done it would be a step in the right dirwtlon. aod would no doubt Induce men to go there instead of the public bouse (hear, b«»0-
not suppose they would sell on a Sunday. There waa a great deal to be said on both sidee of the question.
The Sheriff next-addressed the meeting.eongratulatlng the Rev. Canon Wilberforca and'Mr. Westlake a* the prime movere.ln the formation of tb* Company.'and, hoped that th* present building would soon b« followed by many auch In the town. " , '
Several other gentlemen addressed tbo meeting, wfjich »as terminated by a vote of tbenka to lb* Chairman, lubsequently those present wefe b vited by the director* o partake of reiresbment, and " Success to (the building " was drank In cups of coco* pr coffee.
lie as mix's Taa.—Ck*lo* teas at v*yy reaswnaM* prices
The usual monthl* mee\lng(«f this Sodety .waa held at tile t'liuncil Chamber oftht Hartley Inatitutfon. on Friday evening lait. There was a large attendance, Mr. W Bl Greenfield preaidlng. After the mintite* of the previqua meeting had been read aB< Brteirmed. and s on, step by atrp, each advance betng.mvked and, Idehi tified by ^ oigher 'type than ihoie 'of the preceding stages, until, by slowly changing circumstances^ this globe msde rea^y 4or the reception ef man, ihe
TftE SOtrT£tAMPTON' CHAMBERl iop'i a-'ia"*,, far ih„ .r
OOMMKfliTM I Chambers. It w** awsanre that seoald deal very
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propoaitta*'of Mr Knight^ end the PrerideetJaftet
worst yeare of depression.**w know*, espicii shipping bnsipess, and ex^preased a hope that wa tight
t»w Seat UKngla-jd la painted of faoedwlth mineral posilwa

moesrah if all, who made his appearance lh^ last created being to tske possession of the kingdom pre. pared for elm. " The Greet lee A«e " jllls np the inA terval which jles .between the hatedf the threelgreat geological diviiions, the tertiiry snd the preseet time. It commehctd ebout 230,000 jears ago and terminated about 80,000 yeara aince, aad obtained it* appellatinn fr*m the fact that water in tha shape of ic* was the prominent visible sgent which held posaeasioR of dur northern hemisphere for thouiaadi and thousind* of yearf, and, as a powerful engine, groups .the ;fae* ef.
Thev were all aware that thi* earth spun along through infinite apace, r*»*lvlng and travelling through, aad always sunoundrd oy, a medium that was devoid of beat, ae nu°b so that the oold of the Polar regiena, which t* leel wa* fatal, waa warmth liaelf when com-pared with the; temperature that filled ueiimaal space. The c*ld, like an ever watchful *n*my, waa ever Ieaand floated into the si . ___________
•now flskes, commencing with a solitary sa*w Ifiake. When we reflected what a length of time the Ic* Ag* had uken .up in preparing man's home, the mind I must be lost in wonder and dismay; and why we are here and for what purpose must be apparent to etery Intelligent mind. In describing England in th* Great Ic* Ag*. Mr. Thomaa pointed out that what waa now the German Ocean was then dry land and have alao staled that tha Ice that reached ua was luppoied to come from Gcandiaavia: great elima* of the I^a'Ag*, which , *go, a tool-making fieih ihr.ics adv
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he, in conjuactlou with other, animals, re.occupied th* vacated ground, and there remained during the inter-, mediate warm and gsn|al int*rvala. Thbugh *f very low erder and primitive tj pe, yst that h* -wa* man is palpabljr eviuent. it* only, of all the animals, was ths one constant occupant. Hence it wa* thst.hla remains wer* found associated with thos* of both arctic and tropical faun*. After pointing *ut some of ths. proofs of this Great Ice Age he said that » great problem that perplexed gefllogiits waa the one, " IIsa thia country ever had an , lee Ag* previou* to (he one in question? " The areat opinion was thet many such k*d existed. Geologists could not sccount f*r or explain ». rm* arctio cliik T ebuld be posiihls in
:U. so fsr as y*tinown, always enjoyed a tropical chmat*. Th* Bret re*aiali* for n of an Ice Age wi* excessive best, and no'tht ry which did not provide for this could stand, and iZe one which stood the greatest test is th* aauo. uomieal. Astronomns calculated the period when our northern hemisphere wis so situated that geologists, finding a eerie* of eventecol/icidipg iq regular order, could "not err much In introducing such series of events to a fixed standard of time. If this conclusion ffe true t will necesiarlly follow that what had been would be again and that the time would certainly come,when -ill-life, both animal aud vegetable, iu thef*,.land* will again aTowly retreat before,the advancing cold and Ice. The atately edifice* which now adora th* country, oui gloriom cathedrals, yea, and even tlie'aoll iuelfwill bo •wept away and diaappear, and only.the bare bhnea cf the land be left, over which th* poudaroua and con-fluent ice lylH once more gnpd it* ilo*o*tiretf along. The lecture was tlluairated by •on*e pepltai mara, drawing*, Sec., and wa, throughout of a moit initrdctive aud enterlainiag character A abort Oiaeuesion took place, and *ub*,quently a vote of thanka was accorded te Mr. Thome* for hia able paper, after wnich the meeting acparated.
regioua which, tcinperat* or the formati
Winrbester ilewj.
SATURDAY, PCBKUABT », uts. Tin Spbino Antzis.—In th* *ol*ctions of circuit*, Lord ohiaf Bar6n K*lly and Mr, Juitice Grove hav* b#*n announced to tako the W*«tern Circuit
M iLtTsar.—^The London GatliU of Friday announced that Praneu John Pink, of th* Royal Wilt*hire Militia, ha* been appointed a Sooond Lieutenant in th* 2nd (Queen * Royal) regiment of foot. Mr. P. Pink i* a •on of 0. Pink, E*q., the well known estate ag*nt of this
^Tue AOBlCUtTORiL HoLDisfot Act — In th* Exchequer Diviaion of tb* High Court of Juaiic*, jjn Monday th* els* of H*witt v. Ufcrris was beard, blefbra the Lord Chief Baron and Baren Pollock. It waa an aoticm of ejectment to recover rent due and ft>r damages for breach** ot oovanant. aad involved * nice point under th* Agricultural Holdings Act, lSTo. The qu*etion wa* whsthsr this Act applied to ,cas*f whero th*re waa a. written agre*mca**, as k valid notice had in fact been giren, the plain-tiffwa* entitled to judgment. , '
'FlSHlBOjlN TUB ItCH«N/— A Doy Among the Qrfiy-(tV'-Om.fweday laat I took.* train with * fritud to Bjibopitoke, to try for gray ling on Ilammond'a waters,
h** a&ont eleven o,clock; but I found that ifter taking •evaral, that only treat wore on th* move, and, aa trout fishiog d9«e not open till < tb* Ift of Afarah, I returned three splendid fellow* to tb* wat*B j. tfc*y were a* bright as gold, and very rlasop (otto early- ^bout on* * clock I landed my flrat grayling—nearly a ,pound-*nd it rather aatonished me tq'fiud bow plucky he was, for, alter canning' me nearly thirty yardedowmthe etreabi, I b#d my work cut out to get him w*ll> under command; but,*fUr,*gocd.^gh»,;lma** land hix*. ,11 do not remember having auch play with any trout double the weight. After fishing on till three .o'clock, I had killed three brece, the largeet being I Jib. weight. My friend bad taken two braoe, One of nearly Bib' weight. A. great deal of tiote wae wasted, owing M> the trout, which are far more nnmerouethap,the grayliny—I •hould. «ay
i* naually Been lafWr bp, partiaularly, the ollvardwif jj but could not do eo wen with my imitation* orthefa a* with U* V?ickham'* P*noy—not one refusing, 1= look (for-
JP*^, riufii in capital ordtr-oo luk of. wiUr.
Will a delicate MrMn, aad iditit tke seeds of 0*aeuin*U

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tha mining andfinanufketwinf ^dlstrictaj' WJii the whole length and breadth of England ea a'eoaa. merclal notion., lie alluded to the great.dijadvahteg* we were placed at in competMoa with ether tAuntrie*, owing to th< high price* *f labour her*, glyleg tllu*. tretlons of th* extent to which manufacture re wey* undersold even at our very door*. There were n* lei* than nine motions on the programme of themeetihg 6t. the Aaaociated Chambere reUtinf tq free trad*, ihlcS •hewedSthe attention that the eubieot waa exciting. Referring to loctl mattera, the PruU«nt said it Wa* a great source ef igratificatiou to him, ae It met be to every en* connected witb Southampton, to Iwow t let; while Tiearly the whole Ration had been aa it w paralysed, and while every other port hid auffcred tr th* existing ^ep/esnlon. Southampwn had «ot ou,, k^alntainedherewn, but Ineressed her cmnmeroe in every sense of the words Mr Hedge: the superintendent of the DooK Company, w«old tell them that the rtVendejof the Cnnt^spvbad increased from evt*k*il' up"a*
they ought to have been. He had great faith h)
waya, having aeen the advantage tbey_ were in' Othsr districts,' and the high dividends t^ej paid. Being render all the aaslstance he could be *gr**d to beeome a member of the board of director*, but, unfortunately, through want of aympathy in Southampton, hardly a single pereon having shewn aay Interest in It. the subject had been allowed to fall into the hands of a company, who would have no other interest in iBt toirn_bcjJ>nd making aa much 'aa they possibly could out.of the: tramwsys. Ho gsve sn lnr* stance where ihe localanthoritiea of a town in Walee. Vvbiclj wa< lirailifly riiwated to Southsmpton in regsrd In treTnways, had tench regretted having a'lowed the management to paaa from their handf.. He then re. ferred to the high dividenda, paid at Cardiff; Leeda, Hull, and ether placet, aad eapreiaed hia confidence that properly worked tramway* would be a' great benefit to Southampton and ite out.lying diitricta, he concluded with a hope that he ahould be well lupported atthe approac'iiugnnnual dinner of the Chamber aa tha 1 probably would be the,laat time he'ahoald ocosipy' the chair *• their prrsidedt.
AsaociATEB pjUMBBaa or comkercb.
The Chamber then proceeded to consider lb* pro. gramme of resolutions to be brought before the meeting of the Associated Chambers in London next week. It wee decided to support th* fS','6wing motions:—Proposed by the Newcaatle and Ultfahead Chamber, in reference to a modification of the recently promulgated Spaniih,Tariff: by Dundee, urging the neceeiity for an enlargement of th* power* of tho commercial depart, ment of the'Foreign Office and the formation of an International Free Trade Association; by Leeds, re Questingu Mr.-Sampson Lloyd, the President of the Associated Chambers, to inovo ia the Ho*se of pom mens for a selsct committee to inquire into and rerport upsn the manner in whiob the ^oommeroisl interests of the country are watched over add 'furthered by the .v^yous departmenta.ty the Government; by Dundee, In reference to the Uuties-on foreign winet; b'yLVedsand Halifax, asking for th* appointment of publtc prosecutors; by Birmingham, urging varioua smsndimsnts in tho law governing the incidence of Imperial taxa. tisn ; by Derby and Hull, complaiufng of the Increased charges by private letter boxes and bsga; by Cevemtry, urging that certain provisions of the Faotery Acie are sk. rm«nth« of much disdom-
productive during t
f 'rt and lose to botn manulacturer* and work people by Huddersfield, urging that factory surgeon* shouli be p id by salaries from the National Exchequer', iq thi •»«ni manner as Inspectors, instead of by fees; by Newcastle and Gateshead, urging the extension of County Coijrt Jurisdiction; by the South ef Sco'land, in reference tb th; stamping of doeumenu in the In land Reveane Office; ay Bradford, asking for the appointment of a Minister of Commerce and the equal* ixation of railway chargea; by Birmingham, asking for a ci^itinuanee and exupaion of tha power*, of the Railway Commission; by Ersdford and Hudderafield, iu reference to p*rtnerehip en comtMandUi and . the registration of firms; and by the Executive Council, falling attention to the delay- of eases coming on fo hearing io (he Common Law Courts, snd prsyipg tb. Lord Cbaocsllor to take steps to remedy the evll.-Varioua other motions wsre left to the dircreiion of -the delegates In reference to the long array of amendment* to the Lord Chancellor'* Bankruptcy Bill of laat Session, notice to propose nhicb bad been given by the Southampton Chamber.—The President aaid he much regrettted that Mr. Hamilton Dunlop, who was a member of the Executive Council as not present, as he had hsd some strong representstions made in regard to three motion*, and the Executive Council were unanimous in asking the Southampton Chamber to withdraw the motions from the notice paper. The whole feeling of the Executive Council waa very much against ihem, and he-did not think there waa the alighteet chance of their obtaining the avmpathy of the. Associated Chambers. Toe Chamber would see that by another. motion'Mr. Sampson Lloyd, the preiident, wai to be aaked tore-introduce the Bankruptcy BilLprep*red by the Association, and that Bill duukt, be adopted in the coming Sereion. and, therefore* ifYvould practically be of little use to force the matter onj as they would be iure not to obtain a majority of the Chambers, even if they obtained a jtcooder ol the resolution*. He referred to letters redeived frooi Mr. liiuton, of Bristol, one of the Executive Council, and secretary of tb* Rankruptoy Committee, urging the .withdrawal' of the proposition*, *nd put it to Mr. Knight whether ho would not comply with the requ**t. —Mr. Knight *aid be ah*uld not like' to id the pro. positions wiped out. The Bristol resolution did not propose to- do anything., pf*iti»ely, and tbe^Leede motion asked ihem to support the * mended Bill, to " ' * moved that the-molu.
Hill aeconded thia, and •aid after the ire at troiiblp Mr, Knight had Uikea upon this quesilq*, (o be snuffed out.Id.tho way.suggested w^a not exactly t^ethipg. If;th»re waa an antagwnisti* feeling by Leeds.or any «therplace t«: Southampton upon:(his question, they should appoint Mr. Knight > delegate (hear, hear). KWgpt w*$ deserving the, thank* of the Chnmber for wbf he had done,, and th* effbit* hr h*d made to but the question of bankruptcy upon * preper foundation (hear, hear).—The President bore teatimony to;'the labopra of Mr. Knight, hut pointed out that ntii ' of the'.dlffledltiea h^d aur. rounded the question ^rbankruptcy. Be should, how. ever, strongly supportSouthampton resolution* if they vemained or the *fcfenda (hear, hear). Mr: Furber and Mr. Lankrstrr urged, that^the motion should be pressed, and Mr. Knight llid the bankruptcy Sub. eomraittee'of the Birmlnghahr Chamber were in favour • of the amendments proposed by Southampton,' and ths Mercantile Law Amendment, Society wak'also, with them —After further 'df*ed*sian, the Chsmber unani. mously decided that th* motions should not he with-
Mr. LeFeuvre moved-tbkftBefollowing Yesptqtlbn be placed oa the agenda *^'*!Po^r*W the attention of thi Association to th*'Doke bf Rlohmoiid'* Bill to *&4nd" thw Con tagious -Di«eaae*-'(A nitaafe) Act of 1869, and to aov* the a#peiaim*nt ef a committee to watch Ite pro. [»*** thioagh-P*»lia«a*nt.'^—He^aid that-the Dnkd of
would pseijbin'ajaioat it, »
whieh bad a good effect, u »pme..fenef, v^a&obtain ., .but after* tlm* the order* given in 1863 werf invoked. It wb* only during the last, four or five, year* th* trade been carried on,with any degree of friedem, but If ^i* Bill became law it would be etopped altogether.
, »• u. uui wcie appointed
delegatee to the London meeting,, and the Chamber broke tn». '
BT, BlBt^ W. fcO^CTBttOW.
Thrbtrt L^rSTm lu ZZT "*
A sitting of" this CAcrt was beld o
—DalotllTs ease was that the child wandered Into an "open walk," near Bowman's-wharf. at Chapel Defendant a donkey waa there feeding, haying a run ot about 30
The child waa-fearfully bXf" In the leg. and waa taken
oa* before, and If It bad not been worrit children who had wandered where the/hi.. ______
Mknowladged It bit some on* lu llaibaunm-Uieei-Defendant denied that, and Mr. Crouch having been called to
roclons b shits, he muit direct * nonrelu < •
dalamxr r. Kbsdau—The plaluttS tn this Are. a
and she then wwore at ber and threw th* dre„ hack In the
ble tleveur gave )ndgme*t for ire.' -
"oy defends-' —----—-* *■ ■ —-----
money w*a excessive and that fraudulent reprereotailon* bad been made to hlm^Th*- ease Waa =heard*J&rtnlght ago'before a Jury, who found lfor the defendant, a verdict which the Judge pronqnnccd aa contrary to evldanc*. and
their namea. and hi* Honour sslrt he would glv* tbl* warning—that for the future he would flno nou-attendanta £». and II that wka not enough be sroald go higher. When gentlemen wore lommooed they were bound to attend, or
support of the plalptiT* case, and nine. Including the de-fendantand other-aMe. the defence being ,i%, ss,.w.s-.L. ---- -- wrong-from beglpntng
not yet ____ . , , .........
expecting U everr moment When the Duke of Bleb, mood brought It in he diatinetly atated It would be read - second time that day three weeks, eo that they might
that the whole transaction sra* *_________ ____
for tha plalutlO.—After a private deliberation the Jury re-turned a verdict for tho amount elalmwl. and Ml Honour 'owed emit*, ordering ju lgment In u daye. H. U. KMANDXL v. Oeouce flCData. - Mr. Walt, for e plaintiff, an outfitter of Senthampton, and Mr. Klllby r defondant. a baker, of Blakopefok*.—The action wa* brought to rtworet £1 tea for am overcoat, ordered by tho defendant of Mr. D.ivl*. plaintiff** traveller.—I'lalntlff laid be ordered a warm coat, and when the coat produced came he complained it waa not warm enough, and asked
for a thicker IIulug. which pUlaUIt refused r- J----
he wu paid 3* exlr*. Defendant thereupon r
- Ill* Honour: If you
and the matter stood over.
roarawooo D*Aiz*AOK.
To Ihe JTisfer o/ Ihe Soutksmpton C&eereer, . Sm.-I tbould deem It a farour If you would kindly
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cause of complaint upon a matter which ha* been the c*u*e of much controversy. I fear It Is not so. Daring tho
be choked. Thi* state of things
i well vcyscd In these b
theory, but prsctlce. '
Ths Borough Purveyor will ebortly be called upon to wrttfvthsttne work haa been properly flnlahed. and In a s fund substantial working state, previous to the contractor receiving the flnal Imtalineut.
Doubtless, Mr. Lemon will satisfy himself beyond all doubt upon this matter, before ho takes the responsibility devolving him. . .
But this unfortunate fear, will give him a,
• oubt upon the mlfcd*X«f —
> district will be hampered
Jl BaitTATii.
To tk* EdiUr of Iks Senfkmsspf** Observer. 5m.—Mtaanrsa for preventing famine IB India have de-eervedly occupied much attention of late, and aa tho aub-SKgwtkm en h ' t Have ventured to offer a
Th* inggestlonMuilsts merely In ihe permanent llmita.
India fed to their absSdowamL.

could take

porlanc* to South
Vatoaai.* D'acovaar

d sold by OkatalaU aud Farfumara arerywhsr*, at 3* M per
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