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THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WIMCHESTBR' NEWS—feATURDAT- MARCH ?. 1378.
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T«m Fmamfrt Oaiamrnom nrC*%*A.-<&maad. w=Hwd at the ata&m by Mr. Joha
oantalning (amlndHWekm mfugwm, neaHy three Homaimim BuMmhwua or A Burr': Cm*w.$-A
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Toarano Boara.—Dwrmga arm now Wog fro- rnx of the crew of the Sallie 1L Btadman. who *er# pared ml the Admlmlty for & large mmb* of torpedo wnded mt]?ew York on tha 11th. Thaveewlran kata, whiA are to be eowlmcted mi the pmm#.,.,*od ^ prorWonm, and br might daya th# crow royal dockya^a, In mdddhn to thoM now brnlmn* by Uatnd nothing bat lobaooo and water. Family one oontrmcL Th# hoatm will bo on tk* mod Imprond of the ere*. maddened by hmngor. killed anothe^-m principle, mod win have vey powerful machinery. I negro. The body *aa cut up and eaten by the atarv-
A err it Malta.—A Renter s telegram from inp men.
Malta aaym^-"An onkr haa been laauoi by the Kunnvo mm Lmi Tou. Bmmnma.—Thahetofthe Governor requiring extra Tigilmnoo to be obeerved in toll bridgaa croeamg the river Lea ware freed to the order to prevent t&e admtaamn of ebmngere to th* public on Saturday bat. The whole of the bridgee fwildcntluom without mpaam,mbce a ^rhthepmy of crowing the Tkmea to *huA the Act of IddOapphed aome forrign Power im known to bo at Malta #odea- were Kingetoo, Waltom, Stainee, Kew, and Hamntnn, vourirffc to make plana of all the fort*. Any much I and these all having been freed, there remained the person, after being warned off, ia to be at once removed I three bridge* over the Lea, vi*.,xthe Tottenham Milk, from the neighbourhood of the forte." the Ferry Bridge, and the bridge at Cbingford, which
Tat Bridge.—The inspection of the Tay Bridge , wore made free to the public on Saturday.
by the Government inspector began on Tuesday. Aa 1 Xmwirafma Pazss r cxd.—The annual meeting of a test of the strength and stability of the structure > the Newspaper Frees Fund was held on Saturday last seven engine*, which, with coal and water, weighed j at the offices. The income during the year had been about 80 tuna each, ^aa*#d "%o*ly over th# whole ^2*.24d, and the grante made amounted to £M1. Lord structure and back. In the centre they were brought , Houghton exprosacd his regret that the fund warn not to a stand, and more th&n covered the entire length mora largely joined by members of the Press, but at of one of the 245ft. spans. The teat was thoroughly £bo same time expressed the hope that before long satisfactory. , ( investments would amount to £20,000. The com mil
The Actiox roa Inraorma Stowaob.—The The Madras Railway Company r. Norwood, which was partly heard on Saturday last, was concluded.
The plaintiffs claimed damages for the fracture of tome segments of cylinders for the support of railway bddme, which had bean aWpped for Madras on board the defendant's ship Agra. The question was whether tb# leas had occurred from Improper stowage or from the perils of the sea. The jury found for th? plaintiffs,
£l*i la. 6d. /.
Bar roa an Mean ma.—About half-past eleven on Tuesday morning the body of "William Baxter, 41 years of age, who was a private in the 16th Lancers,
and servant to Captain W. H. Butterahaw, was found in the Basingstoke Canal. There were two incised wonnda on the back of his head, and one on the right temple. Baxter was last seen in the cavalry barracks near his quartern on the 21st January, and was reported missing since that. It is believed that he waa murdered.
Dsitid Kkkvics Ikstttctjox.—From the forty-seventh annual report of the Council of this institu-tien, just puhHahed, it la stated that tho Increaae of membership during tho past year was eighty-fivo.
Life-subicriptiona to fhe amount of 4420 5#. 4d. hava
beau Invested In Three per Cent. ConacHm, and the ---------
total funded property of the institution now amounts ; beth Bloom, aged 88 years,
implimentary votes of thanks.
ACCIDENT TO A* Iroxclad.—An awkward accident tppened on Sunday to the Invincible, which hw it been repaired at great oosL As she was entering yham Basin the blades of her propeller came in on tact with the sea wall, and the damage done being if too extensive a character (o repair while afloat, it
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of too extensive a character to repair while afloat, has been decided to place her in a oak. Tt is not e-_ pected. however, that this will delay the completion of the ship, which can be done while the repairs to the propeller are in progress.
Thi Albxbt Medal. -At the recommendation of Sir Charles Adderley, her Majesty the Queen has been pleased to confer tho Albert Medal of the second class on John Mitchell, caroenter, William Stewart, sail-maker, and Charles Wilson, A.B., seamen of the ship Conference, of Bristol, as a reward for their gallaht conduct in saving the lives of several of the craw of the ship Avonmore, under very trying circumstances, during the occurrence of a tidal wave at Callao, on the 0th of Ma%, 1877.
Fatal I '.a.—A sad case of being burnt to death occurred at half-past six o'clock on Saturday morning last at 92, Heath-street, Commercial-road, Stepney. At tho time mentioned an elderly lady, named Eliza-— — the act of getting
to £11,725 0s: 7d. Twenty lectures were delivered ; breakfast ready for her daughter, when she got too during last session, and 585 volumes have been added near the fire, which ignited her dress, and before the to the library, which now contains 18,300 volumes. flames could be extinguished she was burnt in such a A Little Bot xbaklt Burned-to Death.—The dreadful manner that death shortly after ensued, infant son of Mrs. Bridget Sullivan, residing at 1, ' Emma Kitchen, aged 45 years, waa much burned about Hamilton-street, Wandsworth-road, was nearly burn*! j the hands and arms.
to death on Monday afternoon whilst playing with i German Naval Preparations.—^The Army and the fire during his mother's temporary absence. The Navy GatuUt points out that the Germans are proper-
nr little fellow's shrieks brought assistance, but ing for a grand naval position in the world. The vast ore tho flames were extinguished nearly the works of the great establishment at Kiel fa port which whole of his clothing —■ «"•»ri-----»----- «
# burnt off. He Lee u: the dif not belong to Gemauy a few yeare tack a« the Victoria Ward at St. Thomas's Hospital in a very Danes may remember) will bcopened this spring. The critical state. : eateoebo of the doc&yarde at Dantdo Im going on
The Birkbecx I-iterart and SciENTiric Ixrrrrc- : rapidly. Wilhelmshafen is progressing at a great rate, TioN.—The following distinguished peraons have been , and %ship canals" are under consideration to rr—t nflnated vice-presidents of the above institution: ] sea with sea, all bristling with cannon, and protected by ironclad forts.
DISTRESS in Cardiff.—Over three thousand perms received outdoor relief at Cardiff last week, ex-usive cd about gve hundred adulte and almost a* >any children who were relieved by private charity : the soup kitchen. In some of the Cardiff parishes m mncreaae of pauperism ie over twenty-five per cent, 'thin the past few months. This increase has now alarming that the guardians on Saturday
nominated Vice-presidents of the above institution: Earl Derby, Earl Carnarvon, Lord Aberdare, Mr. W. E. Foster, M P., and Mr. G. J. Goschen, M.P. Towards the fund of £25,000 for the proposed new building—a meeting in aid of which was held under the presidency of the Lord Mayor at the Mansion House on Wednesday. Mr. .W. Lloyd Birkbeck has contributed £100; Mr. R. Ravenscroft, £52 10s.; and Lord Shafteebury, £30.
Loan AvLEsroan's D#voanm Srrr.—On TuAday, In the case of Ayleef6rd#. Aylesford and Bland ford, a petition by the Earl of Aylusford for divorce from the Countess bv reason of her misconduct with the Marquis of Blandford, Mr. C. Bowen moved the court, on behalf of the Queen'e Proctor, ft* leeve to inter-vene, on the ground of collusion and concealment of material facte. The learned counsel also moved for an order that the case which had already been placed in the list for trial should be removed from it until the perties wore at iseuougon the record. There was no appearance by counsel in opposition, and the Preeident granted the application.
Collision orr Portland.—Between Portland and the Start, at seven on Sunday night, the steamer Miranda, of London, thence to Cardiff, ran into the schooner Martha Ellen, of Goole, Rochester to Swan-eea, laden with whoat, etriking her on the poA side, carrying away bulwarks, stanchion:, mainbomm, fore and mam rigging, epringiog, foremast, and utterly disabling her. The captain and a boy directly after the collision climbed on board tho steamer by means of a rope, but Ending their own vessel was not mink-ing, thoy returned to her, and she was taken In tow by the steamer, arriving in Plymouth on Monday
An TJnderrradcate's Amusement.— At Cambridge PoHro-amrt on Monday, a student named Douglam was charged with extinguishing a public lamp. After committing the offence he fell from the lamp-post and sprained his ankle, so that when apprehended ho had to be assisted to the police-station oy two policemen. Ho now complained that a cab was not obtained for him. llo *r~ *?ld that it was not easy to obtain a cab at the f the occurrence, and that if he
required a
s-mtstlon. A Ana of 41
cart or stretch*., L*e san had to bo taken to the ]
with costs was inflicted.
Fatalities at Ska.—During the last outward passage of the Cunard steamer China, the first and second officers, Edwin Baleen and Owen Harris, were washed overboard. It epneam from American papera received that during the last Ave days of the passage the weather was exceedingly rough, in consequence of



on the bridge to relieve the first officer. While transferring orders a heavy sea struck the vessel amidships, swept both mates overboard, and carried away a portion ox the bridge. The night was pitch dark, and some time elapsed before the accident was realised.
CoLLiERv AccmxMT.—At the Brrncock Colliery, ntar Neath, on Tuesday, the relief men, seven m number, wero being drawn up mm the deep vein pit, when the fltman, who had taken the place of tho engine-driver,% temporarily lost command over the engine, .and the cage containing the men was draw* up to the guido- wheel, the sheave, frame, and machi-nsry king gnashed to pieces. Two of the mep, nsmed Davis and Jonee, were hurled to the bottom of tho shaft and instantly killed across a baulk, another had several bones broken, and all the others were seriously injured. The fireman, it Is stated, has absconded. i'ho pit ia the property of tho Dynevor Colliery Company.
The Mfssnf* baip Pekin.—On the 10thNovember Ust, tho Inman Lihsi steamer City of Montreal, when • on the voyage from New York to Liverpool, fell in with a vessel in distress, which had mainmast carried away, and wa# otherwise disabled. Tho City of Montreal endeavoured to take off the crew, but the attempt was unsuccessful, in consequence of the tremendous eea running. The steamer then kept on her course, having lost a man and a boat In attempting to
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laet_reeolved to ment Board ii
in the aid of the Local Gw r to devise so
e burden on the ratepayers.
• Francisco.—The capital of California, which :n 1815 was a village with only a hundred inhabitants, contained a population of 150,000 ten years ago, and In 1873 the census showed that it numbered 178,176 wis. Four ycara later upon the let of March, 1876, the populabon had increased to, 801,020, which was at the rate of 30,686 per annum during the four years. It is estimated that at the present date Ran Francisco contains at least W0,000 Inhabitants. The number of Chinese Lvmg at San Francisco has risen from 31,000 in 1878 to over 40,000, so that the white population of the city w rather leee than 290,000.
Dcaxao a W:rm_—At SheCeld an Irishman named Flannagan has been spprehonded on a charge of sitting fire to ms wife. She returned home on Smtnr-day evemng last drunk, and waa put to bed by a neighbour. Afterwards her husband returned and haked the door. The Are was subsequently seen in nd the neighbours rcqueeted Manna-the door. ""' " "
open, and the woman wms found lying in bed __ dame*. So serious was the fire, that "ft was neceesary to throw water on the bod before the woman could bo lalenouL
Foosn DxAA nr T*a RaoExr's CaxAi—On Salur. day last Mr. Humphreys held au inquest at the Dun
mded et 1, Samh-etreet, Bethnal-green. On the 29th January deceased, after partaking of his diunsr. leff home end was never again seen alive. He had sufferad from great pains in the head, and had been very strange m jus mannera. Last week a bargeman found the body of the deceased in the Regent's-canal, near Quecn's-road-bridge. He was in a fear-fully decompoecd stato, having been In the water about th™ returned a verdict of Found
MaoAxa EacmL.—Rachel levereon, otherwise Madmne Rachel, waa charged on remand, at the Marlborough.street PoUce-oourt, on Saturday last, with hsvmg obtained by (rand a quantity of jewellery from Mra. O. Pemroe. Isabella Scott, lady's maid to
the Countesa of Dudley; appeared, and denied that her
mistrtss had ever had any dealings whatever with the prisoner, stalwg at .the same tin* that the Countesa'm jewels had been stolen bom tho witness, in whose chwge thoy had been left. Mr. Newton committed —- *— ' — the three points of false


pretences, intimidation, and constructive stealing. He reouirad two auretiee in one thousand pourdm each, "gjg o** recognisance in two thousand
A Cimm ExramsioN or Ormo*.—Mr. Isaao Uregmy, chairman of tho Blackpool Liberal Aasoda Lon, has resigned his oglco, and requested that his name may be erased hom the committee's books. In
gucnce of England, and have shown themselves mora desirous to back the ambition of Russia than to main-
tarn ths honour and interaatsof England at (ha preeent
momwtousMK He Addsthe firat time In myhhl am aAsmwd of the name of Liberal, and, following the example of some other honest Liberals, I refuse any longer to follow a leader whoee un-patriotism, bad tsmper, and jealousy of a rival states
. Expowion or a Jason Priest.—\ Jesuit priost named Moo having preached a sermon in Huesca, in th» province of Aragon, in which he attacked the King Of Italy and the Government of that country, has been expelled from Spain by order of the Madrid Government.
, - Emigration to Sorre Australia.—The Camper-down, 1,487 tons. Captain Paten, chartered by • Sir Arthur Blythe,'K.C.rlLO., agent genoral for South * * left 'Plymouth. oh the 22nd, for Port ith 470 emigrant*, under the charge of Dr.
El* wth matron. )
. AiSACtTWO A CoNfTABLE.'.—Ai ClerkenweD Police-court, Alfred Fpnn, agpd 21, a dhrk, of 60, Breck-nock-road. Islington, has been charged with disorderly 1 conduct, and assaulting Polioe-oonstaMs Williams, 349?, in the execution of his duty, at Caledonian-
in default, 21 days,
"""OVA SENT**™.:-.
sentence ^
man into ontAody wnea hie wa# kicked.. Knnnette ^««Mtkeswwd(asaitheosMae^amdSerj^t
Secretary that if the evidence heard at the inquiry had been tendered when the case wi
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girl graced her.
£200 being taken.
WEBB BROTHERS,
68. OXFOED STREET, SOUTHAMPTON,
HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF
PORTMANTEAUS, TRUNKS!BAGS
In the South of England.
Waterproof Portmanteaus Leather Portmanteaus Carpet Bags -Black Bags Hat Cases—Leather Ladies' Hand Bags
from 7s. 6d. to 40s.
„ 21s. „ £10
„ 2s. 9d. ,,■,123.6d.
,, 2s. 3d. „ 8s. 6d.
,, 3s. 6d. „ 30s.
„ 2s.6d. „ 25s.
MATERIALS AND TTOBKaANSHIP G CAE AN TEED.
Maotpaotomes- *
68, Oxford St., Southampton, & 53, Queen St., Portsea.
WEBB BROS, being Manufacturers, c&n guarantee every article.
O. a A Y N E B,
NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL AGENT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, "OB8KBTEE" OFFICE, U, BBIDGB STEEET, SOUTHAMPTON.
EVERT DESCRIPTION OFGTATIONERYcanb. obtained at C. RAYNER'S GENERAL STATIOMEBY WAEEHOUSK, %1, BE1DOE STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
md EVEEINO PAFEES are SE3T by SPECIAL MESSENOEES Wall the round Southampton immediately after the arrival of the trains.
All the latest Publications as s
> as issued. Works
» Stock procured to order
TEE HAMPSHIRE STEAM DYE WORKS, ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS.
MILL and SONS,
rNVENTOES AND ONLY PRACTICAL STEAM DYERS TO THE R. M
L WEST INDIA. P. .nd O., »nd CAPE COMPANIES.
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37 & 28, BERNARD STREET; 1, 2, & 3, GEORGE STREET, ft 5, LOWER CANAL WALK, SOUTHAMP----
WALTER 8. IRELAND,
General Pnmishiag Ironmonger,
SENDS a CATALOGDE GRATIS »ild
POST PAID. It contain* illustrations of his uarirailed stock, with LIST of PBICBS. and plans of
SUBSTITUTE %r
SILVER, introduced more than sight*so years *go Oy WALTER S. IRELAND, when plated by the patent process of Messrs. Elkingtoo and Co., is beyond a com-* " ' * "i Sterling Silver
her usefully or *n it be diftin-
sn be smploysd u such, si mtally. as bj no possible test 1 from real «il»er.
WALTER S. IRELAND.
SPOONS Ik FORES.
GOODS OALL&D FOE AND RETUBNED WITHm OITE WEEK. MOUENINO DYED IN M HOURS.
58, OXFORD STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
Tar giving Inataot relief; Immediate comfort, and permanent support to all persona Buffering from KNLAHOKD JOINTS, VARICOSE VEINS, WEAK or SWOLLEN LEO3, RHEUMATISM; Ac., there ia nothing to equal the
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KNEE CAPS, ANKLETS,
WRISTLETS, dkc.. efce.
Which are made expressly for, and sold bj
J. JOHNS & GO,, dispensing * |amilg Cjjemists,
TWO BOORS BE10W BAR, AND NO. 8, UPPER PROSPECT PLACE SOUTHAMPTON",
Who guarantee to their customers that all Elastic Goods and Surgical Appliances sent out from their Establishments ere made from the best materials, and sold at one-half the price njnaHy charged by London Manufacturers.
Their Elastic Stockings are strongly recommended by the most eminent Surgeons, sa being peculiarly elastic and compressible, and the best invention ever discovered for giving efficient and permanent support in all cases of Weakness, Swelling, Varicose Veins, Sprains, Rheumatism, &o. They are porous, light in texture, and draw on like an ordinary Stocking, neither loaing their elasticity by *aar nur temperature, giving uniform auppoit, and, what ia moet d* airabls may be washed.
Book. cap. pleea.
DIRECTIONS FOR SELF KEASUREBEBT.
The circumference in inches of/the part for which the Bandage is required taken where the letters are represented in the above engraving. Postage, Gd. extra for each article.
PRICES.
BwUe C6#on gtocHngg^'. 9M mnd each I SUk Stoeklngm 7^10.^ and 19/5 each
uWmUmis;*;
Elastic laeed »tockiags, used only srher* an unusual amomltof support is required, •rom XSe. to 30a eaoh.- • !■. -"• The-EWstk Cotton-^Bandags of bfst quality at 4d. and gd. per yard, has been found most be^eAcial whereA Stocking could not be worn on account of Ulcers in the Leg. It maybe wsehed the aan» as a common article of dress.
, LADIES'BELTS. ' ,
Ledks" OasWe arsJbmod Wbesosse ef the mart Metal articles In their BtfabUrfuneut*. Thevars
' : .' oSHtnEioars BEtis, job Hmrrrao akd mmhq.
...7^ 4 riWmL-roda;, Swws w Ml for one, w^th four sttra ftr carfls^
'r.J ' ' Liil -m! "1 ' •
-.OMnh
Uals'aad Female,

JOHJIS k Co.. Diiptui.! Cb«.uU, Iwo door, Ulow B„, „d 8. Dpp« Pn»i»ct-pUo,. So.tliu.plo.
13 D*»*ert Spoon* 13 T«* Spoon*
8 Eg* Bpoo**
1 Soop Lad la
i. d.'g s. d 4 s d. £

1 5 0(1 15 01 10 0i 2
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Any article to be had singlr st the
Elec^o^SilTer Cruet Frame*. 12« @d. 18s 6J, 25* to
Electro Silver Fish Carvers (incase), 8sCd to 45s per
RIectro Silver Biscuit Bnxe*, 12* 6d, 21», S0« to f 310s. Eleetro Bilwr Toast Kaek.Ssdd. 7,W. 10sOd lege. Klsc*e Silver Tea Pot. 13s. %0s. 2Ss. Ms lo C! 2s. Electro Silver Coffee Pots, 21s, 3»»s to £2 10s. Beetre Silver Ew fraease, 21s. 25e.30s.35e to Me. Electro Silver Liuuer Frames. 30s. 50s. 70s to £4 10s Electro Silver Cake Beskets,13a.20s.25e.30sto OlOs. Electro SUrer Mchle Frams..l@sSd.25s.30s.50stoT0s. Electro Silver Claret Jegs, 21s, 30s, 35s to 45a.
Beetre Wees CeadlesUeks. 5s 6d. ,s Sd. 10,W to 12s&L Electro Silver Round Waiters, 15s, 21s, 80*. 40s to 50s. ElecUoSiWsr Oval Trmys (richly chased), 10s to
Electro Silver Side Diehes, loose bandies, forming (be
setof eight. 47 lOsloflOMk.
Electjo^ Silver Dish Covers, for set of four, £3 10s to
Electro Silver Fish Eating Knivee sad forks, in cases of I* palre, ft 10e, & ]0k « 10, to flO 10&



WALTER S. IRELAND.
TABLE CUTLERY,
WARRANTED.
nnHE MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT
o*TABLK CUTLERY Im the eemm«y. .11 wvrwWd.
laodles ... 15* Od !ry H^dlee!!! S Od
per dot per des. per pair.

... 3» Od 25e Od 10, 6d ... 35e0d y%0,0d 'l2a &1
6d 15, Od
Handles.........37s 6d
Im Flneet OW A&kau Iron Raudlee 45e Od 40, Od 18, 6d
4 in diuo,with steel ferules 50s Od 45s Od 20s Od
feWee _ Me Od R, Od 21a Od
Black-handled Knives and Forks, 2s 9d to 7* M half -dozen White Bono Knives and Forks, 7s 6d :o 1G» half-down. Blsck-bsndled Carvers, from 2s dd pel pair. Steels,
Slag-handled Zarvera. from 2, 6d to 18, per pair.
Bread hairee,8d to 18,0d. BotterKniree,le(o5,W. Pen, Pocket, Sportsman's Knives, Razors and Scissors
8. IRELAND.
BEDSTEADS & BEDDH&.
The best show op iso.v bed-
STRAUS In the County is WALTEB 8.
to large rooms devoted to the Bedstead* aqd Children'* Cots.
Sft-fin. 4ft. «la.
•eta deed in Show-rooms. Bedeteede wid<

Stomp Bedsteads ......- 0 10 6 0 12 *
French Bedsteads, strong ... ... 0 12 6 0 14 4 French B»!»toaJ*. with lio. pillars... 110 1 50 French Bedsieads, to be pillars, verv
strong ... «. • ... ... WI 1 14 9 French Bedsteads, with 2in pillar*... 2 7 4 2 10 0 French Bedsteads, with bras, foot... 3 5 0 3 10 0 H.lf-testfr Bedsteads, strooj ...15 0 178 Half tester Bedstead*, very itrong ... 1 10 0 115 0 Half tester Bedetead*, tube pillars... 2 5 0 2 10 4 Hmlf teiter Bedsteads, with An. pillars2 12 6 2 17 4 Half-teeter Bedsteads, with brass foot 4 6 0 4 10 9 An extensive and various assortment is io the Show Rooms of Superior Pren.h and Half-tester Bedsiesii, at rails and pillars,
__Iron Bed,wade. 8« Od._
T)EDDIIfG GDABANTkBD BY
WALTER & IRELAlfD.
For .Bedsteads wide. 3ft. flln. 4ft. r.a
Good Strong Pall Best Straw Pallia Alva Mattrea*es
LI we; Kool'dltlc
_ 0 0 d f 10 4 _ _ 0 1! # 0 12 4 _ _ 0U-0 0I4 4 _ _ 0 14 d #1* 4 ............0 18 9 10 9
strong tick 16 0 1 10 0
io good tick 0 14 4 0 13 0 sr, and Pillows,
and Pillows,
Best ditto
Best Bol»ter and Pill,
Mill puff Bed, Bolste
io good tick Feather Bed, Bole!
purified, in good Gre, Oooeedwedlue * *10 * 4U
Pillows. 2* 6J te lUe 6d. Roisters, from 5e 6d to 15«.
QHAXDEUKasl^GLASS or METAL
choice io Brackets, Pendente, aod Chandeliers.
Gaa Bracket,............ la 8d to l!
Gas Femdmn'a............ 3e 6d to 1'
(>ae Chendeiiers, hydraulic, 2, 3, 4,
and 5-Iigbt, for Dining and Drawing Room, .. L l&ddto
Gl.es Gas Chandeliers, with Electro-
Experienced Gasfltters. Copper Smiths, Bellhanger
Smithe employed on the premise
WALTER S. IRELAND.
BATH & TOILET WARE.
TOILET WARS.
Hip Balha.ia.2h.90e.35e.
Shower Baths (with curtains), 10e 8d to £5 10s. „ kogTaper Betbe. A 2, * Ed 10k Toilet Ware in great variety, from IQe M to 46, set ef 3.
TEA DEN8 and KETTLES, of London
make only.
JpAPIEBMACHE^ AND IRON TEA

RENDERS. 8TOVE9, FIRE-IRONS,
X and MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES.


deciding, te vWt #1 S. IBBLAyu^HOW ROo351 Black Register Stoves, 7»6d toX810s.
Bright Begieter Stovea. ^310, to flO 10m.
Bronzed Fenders, ls9d to £4 10,
^,ot
Iron Chimney Pieces, 10s Od to 35s.
Enamelled Slate ditto. 15e to £7 10s.
LAMPS of ALL SORTS & PATTERNS
WALTER 8. IRELAND Invite, inspection of thi. ■•aeons show of LAMPS.
nm Oil Table Lempe. 2s «d to 25t.
Duplex Litnpe, 12s 6d to £3 10s.
Sospending Lamps. 4s «d to £210*.
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French Moderator Lamps, complete. 7,6______
Moderator Globes, le#d. Moderator Chimneys, 6d «
oomplate, 7s 6d to £210s. Cotton Wicka. *d per deem.
TDURE COLZA OIL, 3&6d a GALLON.
L WALTER £L 1RBLAND sella this pil at whole-
PETROLEUM OIL, VERY BEST for
the Patent Daplsx, BUbcr. Petroleum, and Paraffin Lamps, Is 3d per gallon.
is a covEse block.,tin— MCK TIN HOT WATER DISHES,
WALTER S. IRELAND S
JEONMONQEHY WAREHOUSE.
Families furnishing are elicited to inspect hie extensive Stock.
Improved Coal Boxes, 3* 0d to 50».
Copper Tea Kettle*. 5s Sd to 12e 61.
Brase Bottle Jack^ 6e 6d. 10, dd. 12, dd. to 15& Si"***™*"*" 13«6dl#£33e.
MeUl Tea Pots. 3* dd to 12s dd.
Meat Bafa^ 12, dd. Id,. Id, 6d. 21, tn 37, 6d.
Mioong and daumge Macbioee. 10, dd. Lk 6d, to OC# %ater Filten. 7edd.l0,dd,I5,to90&
AMERICAN COOKING STOVES.-
XA. The deeerved popularity of these Stoves h»< recived satisfactory ackoowlsdgemtat from all parts i! the world.—W. 8 IRELAND has a great variety, 21s w
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PARTIES ABOUT TO BUILD.
TPRIZR KirOHRSEBS.
LBAMfNGTON ,
90,$o f25.
Open Fire Ranges, wrought bare. £3 10a to £5 10' Cottage Ranges, with oven, boiler, and bras, tap, fit,
-^d per Inch.
Is 6d per 100.
/^HDINEY PIECKS of all descriptionst
V are exhibited, embracing Foreign and Knjtluii
Q.A,SDEN RBQUISITEa.
Lawn Mowers, 22, 6d to £710s.
Qardao Rollers. 80s to £4. Garden Chairs, lOsod te
Garden Arches, 12, 6d to 21s.
Garden Srrtmgee.3aM teM.dd.
Cardem 8hmn;2e6d4e9,4d.
ic,
Garden Toole. 1, 3d to 12, 6d per set. ,
Garden Scythes, Prongs, Spades, Heee, Trowlo
. Gafvapifet) Wire Netting, 2ft wide, 2d per yard.
"WALTER S. IRELAND,
G'B N I B A1 HHHIIHIJO IEOSMOHOBB, , jf:.* * «•L0VSi W1 . SOLICITS PURCHASERS to INSPECT HIS STOCK. All goods marked in plain figure, at the LOWld* PRICES for CASH PAYMENTS-a eyitem Introduced bv him upwards of eighteen J ear* ego.
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