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cots imn cation cms to him (th* Mayor) in & *otn*-what informal manner, c»us*d, no doubt, by lha f.ci that dlr Frederick was Mayor whan (hen the dhow bald h«r« In 1869. Ther were all well aware that the Royal Counties 11 ant* and Berki Society would hold their *bow at Southampton this »umraer, and he thought it be«t that the a bore communication ehould be referred to committee, to that they might conelder the aubject.
SOUTHAMPTON.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
to committee, to that they might conelder the aubject.— Alderimn McCalmont moved that the matter bo referred to committee, and after a ihorl ditcuaaion. and *uRR**tions harm* been thrown out, the i ferred to the General Purpose* Committee TBI 00»P0K*T«0!» #W0#k The Mayor laid when be came into office lie found that handaome qld eword—(pointing to the one expended at the aouth comef of the Chamber)—in a *ery bad eute, and ru.ty from neglect. Thie ought not to be tb&an with handaome a eword. and be therefore asked permimIud of the Council to bare it cleaned and
HARBOUR DUES.
Th* Town dwk wad :h« Mlo.lngcommookotk^ Jeua liui.wau, Governor.
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Is The Social Circle Song Book.
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,P,TTT CUSTOMS.
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CARPET WAREHOUSES, l» » 18, BIOg.STBEET; .,d K, EAST.STKEET. CHRISTOPHER HORSEMAN, Projirielor gEDSIE:AD DEPARTMENT.
X large and railed stock of WINFIELD'3, PERitY'S and other CELEBRATED MAKEE8
BRASQ & IRON, FRENCH 6 ARABIAN.
BEDSTEADS,
FOLDING CHAIR BEDSTEADS, t CUSHIONS Children's Cots, Inralid Beds, Ae.
SCLE AGE2TT for the PATENT WIRE WUVE SPRING MATTRESS,
To which we beg u call special attention ta the advantages of the same—
1—EA8E AMD COMPOST.
2—CLEANLINESS and COOLNESS.
3—NOISELES>NESS and DURABILITY. CpmWmed ^th remarkabl, ,lw,ld:;. chMtprnw,, mud
pot lability.
Highly recommended to families, housekeepers, h#t*l pwpHMoM, »Mp e^wa, the medical prefwalom,
and managers af public institutions.
These Mattresses are now fitted up for inspection at our Show Room, 13, High street.
C. H. would als* respectfully direct attention to tha
tlEATHER BED AND MATTRESS ^ DEPABTMENT.
eOOai-jmd other FEATHER BEDS host Liaon Tiok,
Made and fillod an the premises, with the est
PUHIFI1D FEATHERS.
HAIR AND WOOL MATTRESSES
kept ia etoek in all sizes.
BARNSLEY LINEN AND COTTON SHEETS.
J-JEDROOM FURNITURE. iBFAMHLLED GOODS.
A *hoica aeleetion of
SINGLE and DOUBLE SETS of TOILET WAR E.
Always in atock.
R A B I NO-ROOM FURNITURE
WALNUT and INLAID SUITES in SILK amd WORSTED REPS, SATIN CLOTH,
CRETONNE, UPHOLSTERED on tho PREMISES.
ALL MATERIALS WARRANTED CLEAN AND PURE
ROOND .nil OVAL WALNUT .id A11D0YNA WOOD LOO TABLES.
THE
COMER SHOP OILY,
GAMLEN BROS., 35, Bernard Street
OILT CONSOLE TABLES CHIMNEY and GIRANDOLE GLASSES.
J~) ISISQ-BOOM FURNITURE.
MAHOOAHT and OAK TELESCOPE DINING TABLES, 1= aU Siw,
SIDE BOARDS ,%h PLATE GLASS BACKS, DINNER WAGGONS, A& MAHOGANY and OAK DINING BOOM SUITES in MOROCCO A ROAN LEATHER UPHOLSTERED om th, PREMISES
BEST WORKMANSHIP EMPLOYED - the MANUFACTURE.
Sole Agent for tho
AUSTRIAN DENT WOOD FURNITURE
Aa inapeotioo of tho aamo i, rMpectfallj m,iw.
SHOW ROOMS, 10, HIGH.STREET. A LARGE STOCK of
""-asS?-™
Hare now on show
the largest and best
selected stock op Men's, Youths', & Boys'
OUTFITTING
Ever shown out of London.
To .void mistaken, thej infonn their Pat,oM
THEIR ONLY ADDRESS IS THE SAME AS IT HAS BEEN SINCE 1850:
35, B ERiYARD ST., CORNER SHOP ONLY,'
the opposite corner to the drapery bazaar.
Gamlen Brothers' IEW YEAR'S MYEITIES
Are now being shown.
SPECIAL WINTER SELECTION AND PARTICULARS OF CHEAP LOTS.
GHlrndBrOS-' Ne" DUter,, from
Gamlen Bros.' Winter Utters, from I fa 11Gamlens Bros.' No, W, Nap Reefers, from
G5™lTldDr°S'' Wi0t" Pilot Kecfcri. QT6slldBr°S'' Wint" T,™ed Sui,s' from
a7& "idros'' 'Vew Ycar'5 Ch,viot 8ails'from
Gamlen Bros.' Winter Fashionable Suits,
from 2o*. '
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Winter Tweed Trousers, from
OOBTIOINE
Garalen feroi 2# 9*d.
GTo'm 2snd Wml" n«»We-bre^ted Vests,
GTs'6°idBr0*'' WiDlGamlen Bros.' New Year's YouUis' Distal from 7s lid.
Gai™13JdBr°S'' Fash'onab,° Fo" Sals, fro, G%'llW™' F"sl"°nabl0 Silk Hak, fro,
Gamlen Bros.' Mechanics' Mole and Cord)
Trowm, fmm 3m 9jd.
Gamlen Bros.' Men's Boots, from 3m 6$d. Ownlen Brom. for New Year'* TIca, Collmrm, Bracem, Bhirtm, Umbrollu, Hag:, Portmmnteaom, &c.

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CHRISTOPHER HORSEMAN,
BE NOT DECEIVED I THE CORKER SHOP OBIT.
Mrs. FRANK GAMLEX
De#ir«« to return her moat unccro thank* to tha numsr-ow pmkoo, of h* k*# hmrnhmmd, Mr. FRANK R-""kr th# nmm* of OAMLEX BROTHERS, and to inform them that tho biwinew is MILL BEINO CARRIED ON for Ihe BENEflT of HERSELF and CHILD under th* tamo trade name.
8he especially desires it to bo underitood that she has no butineas connection with any other house in tho county—eren those trading under the came name. la 1873 the business at 85, Bernard itreet was purchased | from air. Gamlen. *en„ by her late huaband and his brother, and In 1875 the entire establishment was taken J up by the late Mr. F. Oamlen.
n*fH#od,m»dkWra*Mo,mlH*hMfor#pl.w»gwp
in mind that tho old.e*tabli*hwl firm of OAMLEN
Amngimmb h»T. bora mid, ih.l |h, ba«io.m ih.U ,upp°" -
35, BERNARD STREET,
CORNER of Brunswick Square, Southampton.
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