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EPITOME OF MEWS.
T*\tiz or Bbloian Explorziu.—An official trle-
Cui from Zansihar is published announcing the th at Zansi'bar of MIT. Mads and Creepel, who were aent by the King of the Belgians on an exploring expedition into tho interior of Africa.
Wreck a.—Twenty-two British and foreign wreck* wcro reported during tho past week, making a total ef 212 tor the present j *r. The estimated value of property lost was £200, vOO, the amount in respect of liriti-h vessels being £80,000.
Fatal Firh.—Tidj men were burnt to death and ■eroral persons injured on Saturday last in attempting to extinguish a fir® at some oil works, at Cliatterley, near Stoke. Passengers in the trains Which passod ihrrni say tho heat was terrific. One of th* trains ■early caught firo.
Roim n, mm Ronu. NavaL T**:*n*o SmM.— Thn number of boys to be entered in tho Roval naval Wiming mhlpe thim year Im 2,700, who win be dim-
The total number of boys to be borne in tho navy will
be 6,300.
Nw,LL Moms»nw n, Lrmwoi—The Liverpool mapstmtee oo haturday last committed for trial to the memmwnm the three "mwellmobemen" who have W«a eevoal times remanded on the charge of
#hrm, a ilimmond cromm, valued at 4200, ham n# yet
aoen claimed.
Cawiwo or A VmmmmL-nrDocK.—About n___
S" .°°V .wa* m°ored alongside of her, on which she heeled tfver. causing, her to sink. Two mm who worn on board the Oat had a narrow eecmpe. Bp to a late honr on Monday the gat warn dill under mater, and the Medhrdon her beam ends.
laiMCAM Mm CmoYDOx.—It is Intended lo lay #own metals for a tramway to run from Crovdon to theomterdimtnct#,andearearetobebuilt(ma"modem amd improved prindple, to convey passengers at low larcj. Parliament has been applied to for powers to •so tho public road and for other exclusive privileges, and an official fiat has been given that all the stand mug orders required by Parliament have been
Wn, Bmarw,o.-At Canterbury » Henry Baker has been sentenced to *
TON. (QB-^RVHW ANO WINCHESTER NEWS—SATURDAY' FEBRUARY 23. 1878
mfterwmrdm apprehended.
9*°'**»aW0W.—The Lords Commissioners rn. •. A^nurt!»y have awarded a grant of £10--h"uaty Organisation Society in i pmcem rmndeW by th# morfety In n oasoa referred to them d
/ inquirim
in^ thepastytnrby tb«
iviaxd. — Tho Rev. Llewellyn >f Little Hereford, Tenbury, lias i accepted thebishoprloof Xoy-ov. gentleman is a native of
8hocxij»o Death or aa Om.miius PnopRirroR.— i®'1 Saturday last Mr. Inman, coroner's officer far . ulcmerton, received notice of the death of John ,Ktwkin. aged 67, an omnibus proprietor, who died at r-. ais residence, in Nesbit-street, Homerton. Deceased, who was much respected, was one of the oldest drivers •n the Clapton route. On Thursday ho left home to go to Clapton, and while standing in front of the bar •< the Lord Clyde tavern he warn taken suddenly iU.
s taken horn


, id died a few tours after.
Darino ArrmuT to Rob a Sbptcaobnariak.—On Saturday last a very delicate operation warn performed V the house-surgeon of St. George's Hospital on Oewge Jamee, aged 73, of M, Manor-greet. King's-mead, Chelsea. The aged man was set upon by somo Whmnm, who attempted to rob him, cn the previous
a 2
&mckd, but, In mplte of the relief given to the patient, he lw* m wch a dangerous ooodltlon that grave lioobts are entertained of him recovery.
TnCrnr Poucm —On Batunlay last mome of the Cty 1 ohce received the Ormt instalment on an advance m they weekly pay. It will be remembered that a mmvt time ago the men made a representation to the City Commissioner, in which they pointed out the mertame :n the price of provM^* **..* *
homse rent, and they asked &
wages. The Commissioner has
«1 has given orders that the_____________
mlaries Increased, thoee of the Brmt-clemm by an add!. Waal 2a. &L a week, and those In the mecond-clamm by additional Is.
FaTAL Bicrcu Accmcrr.—An Inquest was held ma Mwnday at the WhitUorton Arms, St. Matthew's, Athnal.green, Wore Mr. John Humphreym, coioner, ma the body of Mrs. Bimabcth Ilayem, of Moont-^rsct, Qsmbndge.heath. Tho deceased was crossing Ae road a few daym ago when mho warn knocked down *y ene hcyclo and run over by another. There were 1* n# attached to the bkydem, and the deceased did met see or hfar tho rldera approach her. On return-aag homo she complained of the injuries she had re-—ived, and mho died on the 12th Iwt. The jury tamed a verdict of Accidental Death.
Smmocm Accinmrr a? mm CaxrenacmY Mrs:o ZaLL.—hhoMly after ten o'clock on Saturday night mat aa alarmmg accident occurred behind the mcenea ^ the Canterbury Mumlo Mall, Weetmlnster-bridgo-
mmd. It appears that a man named William Mardi.
™n. residmg at 17, Pleamut-plaoe, East-street, Wal-wwth, was cngmged with other labourerm In mhifUng 9be scenenr. Whilst ascending a ladder, and f "cbmg a hmght of 30fL, he missed his hold, and A mead-foremast, striking his mkuH mgainmt some wo* *wk. He was immediately removed to 8t. Thomas Bobpital, where it was found ho warn suffering fro
Jones, M.A., ret tor <
been offered ami has fonndland. The r
Liverpool, and wase------— .....v.- ..... ......
Collojfo, Cambridge, where he took his degree
Rcssia awn EwoLumk-It is stated that Mir Khan, the private secretary of the Shah of Persia, w. as been sent to Europe to prepare for the loum rhich his Highness intends to take th .utmsted wltk - «.
Oovnrnraent.
insidored the matter,
y with a oonfdmntlal mission to the English
Scicmm AT Wwnmon bainom.— At half-past four o'clock on Monday afternoon an unknown elderly gentleman, about 60 yearn of age, leaped from the wharf near Windsor Bridge into the Thamee, which fa now at good. The iamb act wa* pemmved by a young man, who attempted him itsme, but wam obliged to leave the mniolue to him fate, rho latter warn carried away by the current and drowned.
Caamanwm U,:v*mmi,T.—The Chancellorm' medal for legal mtu&es ham not been awarded. Two BeU wbolamhip wUl be Ailed u6 on the 6th of April. At the congregation a grace will be submitted for accept-usg the wmonal bust of the late Dr. Oookmcn, PWeKm Hoome, executed by Mr. Wool-ner, which has been offered to the university by the kpropoead to place the burnt in thm utzwiuiam Museum.
catching 20 mrokorel-Uio fiut of tlx ™ MAacmoxmms or Buoo.—The death
mm
"ffih "" Tblf Bridf mTm.r!
da) m ago mhe became dalmonm* On thm previm morning #h, demanded of her humband son 'hwkey. whwh he refused, ghe then went to tl upboard, and w Uie dark dmnk a quantity of tarbol
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msamer Hibernian, whwt left Livoqmol on the 31st ^ pammengerm for llalifaa, N.S., IWkmoro, :m rqxnlcd by telegraph from Lluyd'm ^vnt at Halifax to have been spoken with shaft kaken and proceeding mmtward under maiL The ~1» and maras™, ci.Hibcruian, »cr« ti.rf.femd, h«T° be»" !«>«led at Halifax. Tho date when thi -~, 'r:'lliri wa? spoken is not statod in tho tolegtumj it ™ no doubt aubsoquent to (ho 7th Febreary ™Tub onss. Ladies in Los-dox axn the Wan.—
r. Rallif wTtJto°'n^S.t:
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night and made himself a.resting*plaoe
--o tho Sheffield Church Extension held on Monday, under tho prcaidency of
Uret year camo to orer ilO,000, and tb.ro was every hope Uiat the amount given this year would be equal oh arches are now In progress as Uw result of the efwta of the society, anfthi Inton-Uon is to provide amide church accommodation for
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W^akneam warn returned.
or DmuxKmmmam.—On Tuemday of LoZ" i^%% ts: 3%


weo^iT* Indulged In the
B*r*ao*an;iaY OvmmfLow or T*n Tnixw.—An
the water Hewed into the narrow knee loading into Gang, of men were employed in the evening in barricading the ap-proachea leading into the Belvfdere-TOad, Lmmbetn. tearm were entertained of another overdow. Anovor-
3' nrferj, W anuy eonWetors. Tho edm-tool maken of Wolymhampton, Bloxwlch, Cknno&, and Counky district have had
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*Wi warn reoeuUy triad bafbr
been published by Mr. Childem when First Lord o: th() Adnjiralty m a qnnuta reviewing th» contro-eerqr ob naval architecture. In that minute th, unfavourably criNdmod, md.the idmmHg sued for damagem alleged to have
a
aged, and that there wae.no evidence to gd to the TW phihtlf warn acSordfngly nbn.suited.' _fhim decision was flow upheld,' and the rule was discharged. ^ .
* WoRaaocsm rott fir. Pancbas.—A special of the St. Puncraa Vestry, convent by
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