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SUBJECT:- < ;
"THE WOM1N OP TO-DAY."
StLLABCfr:r- Wbmin'* Place and' Women "k Work— Modern Weraen.—Oent1dm*Bly-Yonnc Ladlea.^lVen>en with a MItiion.—Bney-Bodies. —Lonely Women.—Strong Women and Strong, minded Women.—Home Life of Women: — Daughter*. 8l*tef#. Wlra*. Mother*, am Orandmotberi. — Oharaeterlatiea «hd QuallOcation* a Oood Women.—HvrolBev and 'the- Leeaona of theli
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TLTERVOFB DEBILITY. — 0EATI8, a
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SOUTHAMPTON,
On the lama adrantagaoua term* a* heretofore.
LOANS granted (rem k, #00.
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Bill* diacounted.
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The Committee appololed by t%e St. Mary'* Aaaooia-U*# forth* pmrpoa*^ peUUonln* the. Hou-# of Com mon* agalnat the Contagion* Diieaies (Animals) Bill, w.ll meet every evening at eeven at 80, St. Marv-atreet, and they will be pleated with the asa'nUnco of all Inhabitants Interested lu the trade of the port and
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JJOSPITAL SUNDAY.
un SUNDAY, MARCH 31m,,1878, SERMONS .III ^^'^'ONS madeh ALL PLACES
OF WORSHIP in Southampton *nd it* neighbourhood ,ot "***""
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reauy m » vue oojeci in view Dy oi-Ulntng OOpi which will be fumiibed on application to Mr. Dyer, the ZTImqpUw? /a&pewW OMes, 42, Above Bar.
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.fu«,i>0«lbH te^uhrtioD of Eoypt by this counlry become, erecr itj rtgarded wtih increuiog frrour bjall except the lection of Engiiih poliiici.n. (lor Ibej ere unworthy of the name of ,utenneo) "fm '» "U""1 «'"y geio to BriUin .. •otnetblh, to deplore. Ifie queetion bu been •dMncedm»ny sl.ge. by two tbingt Of these the firit II the collipae of Turkey u ■ power— .he being now only a weakoc,.; and the aecond i, the ahtfune,, the Khedive dlnilaya in hi, treatment ef, U, creditor,. It niuit be remembered that unlet the courae of cent, alter, atrangely, the Sultan i, now, in (act, if not in nam,, a mere dependent on the Ctar, and Eng. land can hardly tnl.t her road to India in hi, handa. Bendei the balf-crazy Englbh Radical, -^we do not mean that they are all demented, bat that lection who certainly do not rt.,on or act Ike lelf-rclpeeting human being,—the only opposition to be expected was believed to be likely-to come from France, who ha, alway, coveted Egypt, and who has coniiderable inti-7-eata ,there. But the irony of evcr.ta will very .poMlWy bring ua aasi.tance from French prudence, if we enconnter a little grumbling from French pr dc. Number, of FrenchmeB bold B^pusn bonds, and the moment the English red-coate land on the soil of the Pharaoh, every bond will be, in a few week^ worth double or triple whst it is now. -France, with all her sentiment, has a very ^lear eye for the main chance. So the million* of frenchmen who have an mtereat lo Egypt'a aolvency will be, am the merwt mutter of coune, the friend, of (be Eoglah occopttwm, aa thmt- wUI pvc their pro-perty a eoUdity and value nothing elie can.
Wa mppow the eelcctlon of a Prince to role the new state that Russia hai constructed uuder the name oTBolgmrla, will be a qoealion lo which the ." Power, will have a poteoilml voice. We trust their selection will be as happy for the new State, and the results as beneficial to Europe as wm« the choice which placed the Hon* of Coburg on the throne of Belgium. Such a prince might unite onder hie mie both Slav and Greek, and create a itate poteotial enough lo feel no necca-mty to eeek Bnwlan mupport. Indeed hietory ,nd experience, alike, leach ue that Rowia need hope for little gratitude from the petty ,t*te# »b«* have amen by her aid out of the ruin, of Turkish empire. Now that Turkey has sd to be moat dangerous to them, Russia be-cmne, apowihle enemy, ln,te*jofa necewary lily and all-powerful friend. Possibly Raisin .tnd Germany have already settled to their own satisfaction the person who seems to them the most useful candidate for the post. In Germany there is no lack of princes, ruling or mediatised, from whom to select the future ruler of Bulgaria. Probably, however, be will be chosen not $o inch for qoalitiee likely to make a great king, "V* ***** qualify u truatwurthy
----vjrccnwicn. Ane ostensible reason, are that he doe, not think he doe, the constituency justice in it, own peculiar need, and a wi,b to enable the p.rty to „„|, „„ t.nJid.It, at tbe.r leimre.^ are nearly ,nrc to be badly beaten, as Mr. Gladstone, with all hi, reputation, only just saved his .eat from the second Conservative candidate at the laat election- Giving the ex-Premier credit for til the consideration poAible, the public have naturally
solicited a pee*age from Lord Beacon,field.
very good authority for stating that onr conlem porary is very wide indeed of the mark as lo the
We do not tb%"iTwi1e 'to'^e^rrency S'Sf the rumours that reach u^ but esnnot refrain fram quoting one. This i, to the effect that after hit long and valuable services to the Liberal party, their present representative is
a, onwiw mm the muppowd aetka of the Con #-native, doe, to the AdeneadmL \7u believe III** \ luc.1 popularity
tnat gamed the Liberal, the meat, not Uw Radical mppurt that placed him In Pmrliameni. He would, most likely, have been better off with-

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Tenders on the printed forms mu_______
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PHILHARMONIC BOOMS,
SOUTHAMPTON.
_ Under the Dlsllnguuhed PAtronage of Th.W..hl^ltWM.,.r^L-M^lgcnt,

Harper, Esq.) .. .w. -ones, Esq., J.P. □andant 1st Hants Artillery Volunle se, let Hants Artillery Volunteers
CapL Banc..—
Capt. Jug. Pei , J. P. Payne, Eaq. C. Crew, Esq. And other Influential Gentlemen of the Town.
THE SOUTHAMPTON TEMPERANCE illNSTRELS
Will have the honor of making their First Public 0.
GRAND ENTERTAINMENT,

Prices of AdmissionPr »nd Balcony, Is. Back 8*a, Tickets may be obtained ko,. Mudo Saloon Abovo E J8. Noeth frouti Xr. Masher, ue 37. Laat-etreet; Mr. Hill, 120, Milaom, Confectli " ' if the Troupe.
Doors open at 7 ' clock. Carriagi

it Seats. 2a. fie.
andPromeuad., vu. it Meaara. Hammond and ri »nd of Mr. Doddridge.
. HHI, 1M. Bk r, Oiulow-road;
uvided with the gloomy ,t,te of —. Europe, theuttenUon of the
political world. I* i, many yeara ,ince ihe piwing away of the elderly Italian KMlleman „bo a,, •umestobe the chief priest of the Christian world, ham recived so much attention. The reawn of Uiia wnewed interemt of Cbrl.fendom in the aAirm of the Pmpmey Im due, of courw, (6 several very different causes. First comes that great question of the temporal power, « «., the rule or a cousiderablesiortion of central Italy by the Pope, or rather ihe clerical ,en:lcmeo about him. 1 mperly speaking thim mhould be a quem-aon only concerning the people of Italy end the Lbiych, but as she makes the restoration of these lands a "burning question " with every court in Europe, mve England and Ruaaia. Europe i, more concerned In tb, ma ler than ,he oiberwime wonld be. Indeed, even In Englmnd. there im little doubt that the Church in her relatione with Eogl«,h political partie, ha, done her beat to u,e her influence in our own politics in that direc-Aon. The goal blow at ihe Church', rule In Italy was struck (it will be remembered) when the exigenciem of the terrible war of '70 com-pelled i ranee to call her Roman garrison home: lbum the triumph of Germany over France brought about Ihe lorn of ihe lamt vetlgc of the Pope e temporal power. Thim, of eonrme, kien-miGem the quarrel between the Papacy and the new Empire, concerning the admiowtration of the Church a affairs in Germany, aud lent an ad-dmonal Intereet In the election of Pio Nono', Micceewr to the people, of both France and
Ocm reader, will hear with much maibkcllon that ihe railway companiem connected wlib ihe manufaetunng dlitrlci, have, mm we leam, entered mio arrangement, which will be *hortl% in force to charge the same rate for good, lo Southampton a, they do now to London. Tbl, concowion; of ooune, csnnol (ail to be of the moet wslwl mlue to our commerce. It win plainly tend not only to retain here thow compaulem and wipownem now using the Port, but most materially aid in attracting oiherm hilber. It U probably the moat important-alteration In Avourof Sonlhampton we bad the pleasure of announcing for many year, past. '
ACCIDIKT —OB

Igg&asiB^SlI


vativ. and Constitutional_____
'i Councillors J.'"MiU«
H. Duulop, P. W
*«•'^ef UHiinSni______ -
fi®
*mss g§
hi! rem




Thursday i Lib.ral opponanS" l|o6™' %tf^dldll«



Thursday, were
jzTesr'Doc* Sk diteNS°Si*7,p "J °-Bb""
Thunday. Duiou Sleam Ship aha«, we 2md HANTS EifLme, No. 4 Com pant. — T
Dpbonal.—t. A. Sk^lto.v, Captain.
%urmA„PTo* TcMreaANca U*to*.-Ou____
last the meeting was held, as usual, in th.
iTcr.building*. Mr. T. W.
Polytechnic Institution, Hai GkMppremWed A miarell...... y.
ticms, Ac, was provided, and gat


uch satisfu
ki'Ltar.—On Moaday evening the "



tslded at the piano, and • ml«e*llah*ous propmmm, is friends lending kindly

lection with this chapel.
Eowwo Ocra.—Th, Mkpofihoolub for ihe

SOUTMAMPTC
lawaaaeoepled. An i
of\Soo ial&i A^^um
the above school, was re: in order to bring up a let
eitatKms, the whole leod:

'his lodge, being greatly






Z-ibwal
r^ortofth, oommitleo oo the whol, mohjM,^.^^
in the town, lo ohoow, keoceyMr, ue___ _
oMMtury Ibrwd: disMot, lh,w two ogoer, thmwby bocosuingnwmbarsof"-——' -of Its ewcutivo comm each district six other members of the gen,
dsolare that Ihe geuth

to choow, for ou^ yaw, fc lI«. who will thue bocom


> waru association, which ward a
ge its municipal ----------
Ward Asaociatii ~ld®r lb* P""Weu the like purpose, and other t >k to prepare for next Moi kuTUA^TON Law DcaATWo Sociarr.—.
alao mot on the earn, of Mr. J. B. Pwroa, h stings followed duringth(
may be ordered at 10.15.
PHILHARMONIC
SOUTHAMPTON.
HALL,
C. CROWTHEE SMITH,
Clerk to the Guardians. " Soutnampton,
LIQUID CART POMPS
DAIRY KSOUIHITKB. 014 VARIETy^AMBEICAN COOKIKO
n " i' U tt a o I untufl.—T U
BHSflHfi5H
aad mhn for sepplrbg th. New Forest Union Workhouas ertlcWyrom the 1st day of April next, to th, 29th
i. not later than
SWsms
_ ^ MESSRE.
BEUOR & VERNE
gggpssss
Doors open at 7.80. Commence at 8. Carriage at 10. A PAR TM BPN Vs1' TO LET;
VENTRILOqUISlf* EXTRAORDINARY la pot. and lagitirast. Vtntriloqniam, Mr. VBRNE ia Tb.
I'UOLOOUE BKBTOH,
In U.'.""*1 Wt«d< to ba obtained
Turn RanKiL " Two Hoanman." — In accord, ance with the example set by other boroughs — notably that holy city of discontent, the far-famed capital uf ihe Midland^ the Southampton Liberal, are abdut to elect a council, or repre-Mutative body of two hundred ; or rather the party at large-end it does run very wild at prcment-arc lo melect 176, and ihew will udd %4 to their number. The united wisdom of these ten score of Rade, It i, hoped (by themselves) will guide the party to certain victory. Thi^ of couree, la not the dret lime by a good many that Mime «irt of desperale edbrt ha, been made In souibumpton by the wire puller, of that political jection to vitalise the languid body which now ha, mo poor a hold on popular mympalhy. Doubt, less this new movement has its connection with the fact that a dissolution of Parliament is thought to be not so very far off. And the party chiefs naturally wish to be ready for the hopeless battle they will have to Aght. So, no doubt, Monday evening will see a tolerable number of the fussy, busy-bodies gathered together, who are always to the front on such occasions as these — and who controul public opinion about am much am they do the east wind. Tbsnks to household suffrage and the ballot, no clique, of any kind are able to dictate to eucb large eoosutuencie, as that of Southampton. The public now act and think for themselves and can be tnwted to judge between the (rieudJ and enemies of their country with very tolerable accuracy.
It is possible that the Powers may be able to pare down the terms of peace the Muscovite has imposed on Turkey, and leave the Sultan a little more territory than he seems likely to retain at present. However thim may be, Torkey, w . power, has disappeared for ever, and will eeaee to be a factor in the politic, of Europe. The mource of intereat In the Emet now will be the struggle between Greek and Sclave in the mouth of what was Turkey. Aleo the contention between Auatria (or rather Hungary) on the north, and the new Servia, towards which will naturally
Savitate the Serb population of the empire oi e Hapsburg,. The fir,t and most serious trouble will be the securing the independence of the State It pleaeea Buwia to call Bulgaria With Russian officialr in all its villagee, and Russian
etrnsons in all its strong plsces, its independence not likely to be much more of a reality than waa the Independence of the kingdom of Poland me", of course, the State the Power, created, vastly to Russia', amusemeut. Ia the
'15 j end which, maddened at finding how #####
opprenor.
:—"Should women b. ad^...w . prefeaaions ? " Owing, howe*er, to the v,
mo, of mamheM, the gmtlemeo who had * * ^eak deoluwd k, do w, aad the di^nww. ibandoo*! Mr. F. H. Caady (wlioitor), ispewai.g hw great regret that tho -eomve the wpport which It uudoubWdly d. •specially from the yr—-------'


—;^ber», foe sAoo, b#os8t eaUblisbed, tendered his reeig. wo with th, oameat r*;owt of to ro-oonnder hi* deciaioa. The saed their hope that the April aainnl better
----^takec ^
ety would follow Mr. Candy'

itha vote of thank* to the Cha..w,.=
HOLY Taiamr FAaau._Th, Church of Engird eoimeiMee Society held a „ry wccwaful puhllr me,', ig la the Kbool-room. New r ' - ^
rider the preaideney of the trange). A vers attractive |
Persons jo!ned~tba will
ful public- U1I
ibatinence *ection of , Tub Cattlb tka M«ry'a Liberal Eegisl tion bold their montl the St. Mary's Hotel,


renlng, it
---------—*"<1 he bad a matter <
bring before th, Aawctatlon, T lime to aee if the Chambe, public body would take thi )U* that ia ahnul.l not k. political
- . --'d other fittings in rod lo the Fioauoe Commilteo
ixpensive plan for the liftings. ■
THE WKECK OF THE MAIL STEAMER KAFIR
■m



>ver the reef, end speedily :our*e. The shock waa not a »a* to light that the fir«t imp, in board wa* that the Murine,
lad been duturbed.
uch heavier than the feat!
top between the 'ship
ind forbiddin

with few pi,


itter in band, being

Me generally barren of newa—Mr. Glsditon. wa,

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mted them going back
TLe two bomi, mgaiu efwtW and the rising of the sea pre again that night. An awful r
md childrs
and by those le beach had but ay thing which cot

huW'W." shape It i liddleand working oh Hry generally-to
HWis
shi^s, and the bow ewinging
10 Cape in con-
.t,o.nc. S'!l|.b°lu'b.d Th'.°m'S"
been drowned with four other*, but e.rl
&.1S.
lwam ashore at midnight, conveying th
HHfi
and with daylight ca_____
ido between half-past four and eight o
mm
I
cause of the dUaater —T\mu,
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