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relied upIWora^. U.CiWkMr, K^i^JnnM,). Dr Ilnmrhc. mm!
coat*. and In default huc to jail for meeob day*. Adultmatm Mrtx.-Ueorge W
U* neverput>ny water In the milk, mud If there'
further cvi donee. Mm* proved that defendant's *on and mau had both being flued for similar off*nces, drfen-"ctl c**e, or'ten day," imprisonment
for each offence.
Chwlma 0'»r Baker. of Anirleaea-pla-e,--
with baring an unjust acilo In his poaveaalon thrwsqoarter*
unco against t»---------- "-■J--'J "
■a tilled Ss and
Sid pkwkdlgnontow!
(barbed with
pound" against the ^rcha.o'r.'and"
with having a set of weight* loj drachm* against the pur-
field, for a similar offenoo.
mous, 2a *d.
School Boajbd ritoetcuTtons.-Tlie following parent* were summoned by the School Hoard for not sending their
for notaemdlng hh two children. V" ui, : and - school —The case was adjourned . r «k<
Defeudant was lined conditionally 2s ed. that the children wore seat to school.
Georyo Marsh, of New-place, Port* wood, for not son dim
to school, *

daughter. Kate, to school.—Promising t.
school the vase was dlxmlsfcd.
Mrs. Living, of Gnloit-efturt, fnr a similar offence, epcct to her son. Ueorgo — I'romlslng to send tint I school, the cue was dismissed on paying the coat
and (he horse ________
trams. who were of opinion
K to Ammam.—Mark King was charred with cruelty to a horse, to which lie pleaded guilty. -Mr. luspector Temperly said on Thursday, tho Uth Inst., he saw defendant In the Avuuue. with a hop* drawing a cart load of gravel.' On removing the saddle he found a large a-,re. 3 Inches by 3. and one on the off shoulder. He told him to take the horse home, but an hour after he saw defendant In lltivols-valley. with the same hone, drawing a load of gravel.—Jsine* Avery, owner of the horse, was • — charged with knowingly allowing tho horse to be " unit state.—lie pleaded guilty to the charge, ' —- —— for and Inspected by tho magi*-
. --------r....on that It was a very bad case.
W b«» the horse was touched It became In a f righto I state. —King, being a servant, was discharged on paying the cost of the summons, and Avory waa fined 30s and cost*, or in
lng and lll-liratlng three ealvee.—Inspector Temperly said
back. Iheccntre an«l smallest calf almost fell down. There waa a punctured wound tinder the tall. He uwd great
you like to bo prodded with that spike 7-Dcfeudant: I Stephen i'urkls, aUee Tom Brown, of Kreemantli. . charged with a simitar offence, on tfie 1st test.—The olllorr saw defendant In the Xcw-road- driving a dt-crt-pld ponv studied to a can laden With wood. Defendant — a stlrk. and waa beating pooy over the back. He asked defendant why he be«t 'the boot• pony, that was only fit to be sent to the koackers. On looking under the aa"' he found a raw sore, the site of a two shilling piece, the saddle pressing Into the eoye. Tho pony waa a poor «—'-h. anil onl^jkln mdiYbqw. *-------— ^ '

town, and therefore they were net only celebrating the •ixtb anniversary of that lodge, bnl mlso the Introduction of Uie Order into Southampton. He could not say that the lodge -Minn good a. state as it b»d besn. bat they were going forward again, mnd he hoped the lodge would be ma strong in the future ma it bad been in ASe paat. Tbey were. l»owsv,r as powerful that day as \ ey ever had been, for he halieved that thoie who had lately been initiated into the Order w# a asalously seeing to the work of • building op tbm total abstinence movement. They were looking to the young men and young women ** ^,.?1,.crLof *k*ee wbo «re pessing mwsy, mnd be hoped that the youmg peoHs would grow ua mnd
organtie (ha temperance people in Southampton, and he was of opinion that thtre were many good patriots out side the temperance flsld who believed in their prohibition
th« town for tbUparpo^ during last week, and they bed obtained over 100 names, mnd the pereone had promised
much ai that |n so short m time he thought they ehould
r-frsa a
thought that all true patriot* would not Igo out of the room that night without signing It, and then »t that time next year they would be ahle to say that they had the b*Unce of power »n their own hands. He then called upon Bro. Spooner, L.D., to give them m report of the "regress of the Order, which showed that the Dawn of k»tll,W *, Toemdmy, th. llkh nf March, 1872, and during the tret twelve months the inoreate of member* Was so rapid that It waa deemed advlaable to "awarm." At the present time there are 15 lodges in the town and neighbourhood, with 800 members, and with whish are nffl'iated 10 juvenile temples, numbering over 1000 members. During the past year the lodge ha* doubled ill numbers, and now stands the third highest in the district, and their financial position was equally satisfactory.—Mr. W. 0. Westlske said It was a great pleasure to him to see so-good an attendance that evening, whiah was an evidence of their interest In the cause that bind them together. He hoped all the Good Templar lodges would do all tbey could toexicnd the temperance movement, and bestrongly deprecated the practice of parents giving their little childrepanvef those< drink* that are degrsding to humanity. He believed in publ.c meetings, but be thought If they could lake a man and talk to him they would do him
ment and cheer to the members of the Order, and eaid
UnltWmJi-rtlWi'a^d.hVeWrtH Of the B-fv. W. JWbe/U'tl
publiomeeting was mfteiWarde held hi ihc «bapi-| wheh there wa» a numcrout assemblage. Mr. a O Miller — .■u^poitediUim Rev. H. Q.
jncoupled the chair, and. . ..
Cirfltle, Portrey,
remd fr6m the Revs ' H. —...
Moody. Urqmhmrt. *« ; th& pwto, »«pfWm#«Uag t&*i by saying that with referenoe to th^ coejregmtlon attending Portland Chapel, they bad nothing to complain of. but muchao-bertraUfal for* m* the members had gradually increased, and they were attended by the same person*, which hi regarded « m prodf there mas some.
and U.e7.,had m clear gaia or about 12. While they
pdwet in the p»st could be lo In the future. Some df ttem were aware thmt strenuous efforts bad been madWb!y' holding a bszssr, to j«p off tbe ehtpa] debt, and he w« thankful to s^v that, after mil ths espensrm hmd been
«,«And WNw*^). They,hmd paid £450 off the debt df £700. end tie balance they vfSfe,anxious to g-t am sonh
bylhs present services between1 £30 and £40 would be ali«ed. He had received letters from Alderman Jones ■d lamb, the formsr. sending £5 5*. dad the lattn £5,fappJ»!»««),'both expreaaing their. toed wishes tfi congregaUen at. Po«lp»d. The gp,. Remtjsl mirt.ooncluded by iaying there was much in the historV
ofUepalltttv^oe thr^gratcfol; ana to make them
hopeful for the fulure —The Chairman said he thought they might congratulate themselves on the fact that they had deereaaed their chapel debt He toek that opportunity of thanking the many frlenda who assisted them, for they had presents and donations from nearly every congregation In Southampton. It Was decided tm dero»» the three aticcrcdiiig anniversaries to this fdHd Two had1 iheady been held, and they bad been enabled
humorona speech, in the conric of which he *poks,of th» feeling of jealosy and '• stand off" vfhich wa* a p. parent between some chuiehes, and hoped that both Portland Chapel and his own churcl. would be Increa. singly attended by those unconnected with any other place of worship. With respect to the report of the efforts made by the congregation, he thought they had done their work nobly durif.g the pstt vear. The v*ry beat with of his heart was that during the coming year they might break tbs neck of this debt and kill It right out, mnd leave their minister urencumhered by this load fappknme)—nwR., PhU!pOriaih*(ShM«y)mt,e*, length gave the experience* ef other places of worship with reference to the deficient attendance, and in com. elusion Urged the adoption of similar methods by the congregation at Portland —The Rev 8. U. StribWng alto gave|an earnest addree*. and alter the usual devotional exercises, tke meeting ended—The choir s ag "'IveHnns The c Elections on behalf of the Chapel Debt Fund at all the services realised £15 15*.
A sitting of this Court was held on Tuesday, at the P. M. Leonarrl. Isq.
In the boardahioffof tC? \%Wu6*f; Weetend, at noofl ,^'TWjday. when there were preeeqt—Mr. T. Warner f(clialr6an)l Nf. B BL Li **momoi& (Jfte^dliaidnanl. C*pt. Andrew, R.N.. Cam^ Loney, RK., Major-Cfcneril tewi*r ilessrr. Q. Crew, C. K. Carey, iobn White. W.
Martin, &jN.,.e«-offlcip. •. .I/A. J ,'AJlt 'i
. A letter was read from the Locsd Qovernmsnt Bomtri approving of the appointment of the Rev. P. Davidsod, vicar of Sholimg. ms chaplain to tho Workhouse, mt * salary at £70p* mnhum.| ' ' - I
* • rasMnta TO TH« HOBS*. .....1 • 1
A letter tfas ttii frjm Mrs. Coote, of Bbayles, Bitterns, acknowledging the vote of thipks passed to her
said tbat itgavm her great plmmeore to what she could to give gratification to thf tck mnd infirm In the house, and *h« was much obliged to the guardians for allowing her the opportunity to do #0.4**.,*. 9. James, ef Hemthfleld Brewery, 8hirfey, t«ot> packet of Uliutratod
"#eewd thatJettew of tUmnke should be sent to thedi. — Mr. Craw i ThU is ome pf t&o results from the admis-elon n( reporters to oar meetiogst • n- m T
' - ' •! !*■» WATg* 8CPPLT TO HOOsm. . . xr
Ths CWrman said einbm their last meeting Dr. Been had examined the wateOuppiied to the hensee io wbioh • he maid the analysis led hi so to believe that'll the watir w«:ooljtk»uwl it0 bt Osed it would be detrimental jo the health *f tha inmatoe.—This led to considerable die-cussion, atul in the end Mr. Oator i proposed that the county analyst sbopld be requested, to make al qnantiU-ties analysis of the water supplied from the large wdl
™ ffffM fk- f •
Mr- H'
ajgg^™ttS t
with last year. ' -T i
This being all the Poor-law business, the board pr+-.f lr"n,4Ct relating to tbsm as ths SanitaCT Authority. , |
TBI CBKXtOAL W0RK3 AT BID^WJXjm. j It wa* decided, after due coosidsration» that the Clerk write to the Weal Government Board asking.them to send dowrfob Inspector, and later On the report of Mf. Bush, the inspector of nuieaneee for the district of Mill-brook, wa* read, in which he repeated the complaints
a CBtta cirri.1
Judge^ there being thirty.

He was very pleaaed to see
ing the Good Templars as there l! they were spared till next d have a Still larger meeting
defendant ■
..... „ to the bench.
I haVe the borne killed at once.—
• final the «oat*. H M. only. .■

I, ud In U ImpHMnrat.
did not mate a-- what bcefS?Si^.SSa
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uthampton, and l]
lie hoped they would _
they had that nighL-Bro. H. Bsokwith eaid he >ne of those who met at the Temperance Hall six yearmmgola form the Aw* Tesoplmr Lodgm h: Sooth-ampton. He Jhad been m participator in it during it* niing, It* difflcultle*, and mil It* vlciwltudes. When tbey oomeparod th* podtlom of the Order m& th* premant six years sgo thsy could congratulate themselves what they bad been enabled to accomplish. Referring to the report, be said he claimed more than the report, and that is the stirring up of temperance societies undsr different auspice*, and lie believed that had it not hoeo fw*bm pioeeer lodge* In Bomthampton there would beno Church of England Temperance Society. They had worked op the Church In this matter, and the temperance question Was nsver in such m position before, and what tbey had to do now, was to be even more sted-fa»t, and to throw more earnestness into the matter. lie asked all members of the Order to start on their seventh ear with Increased xeal, and to lift up the standard ilgher than Ihey over bad before, and if they all set to work he felt satisfied that in twelve months' time they would be delighted that their labours had reiulted in such good.-A Utter of apology wa* here road from the Rev. Canon Wilberforce, which expresied his regret at not being able to be present, observing that the Templars w«re the first to recegnlse the temperance lue.tion ini Southampton. An apology was alto received rom the Rev. H. S. Karl, who was absent through indi*pO*ltion.—Mr. Henry Pond laid he attended the meeting with much pleaeure, eipeciallv considering it was the anniversary of the Order. He could look back 40 year*,, when a meeting like this would have been Impossible, for all the lights *ould have besn put out, besides dsmsge being done. There wa* now a line of demarcation being drawn-on the one *lde w„ temperance with all Its felicitle*, and on the other Intemperance with all its ml,erics. Out of loyalty to his own society In London, of which he had been m faithful member for many years, he would eay that seoond lo thmt society nothing that did more for the temperance
h*. e„, As'.'ifss: es- sstssti
Church of England Temperance Society he could not forget the great good that body had done for the movement In Southampton. He said there had been too roueh eamit^amongst the temperance societies In the
He said it was unnecessary to portray ths miseries of Intemperance, (or all could look around them and see the evils, even Me child In the family. The man or woman, boy or girl had never been born who coald not live without the aid of intoxicating drink*. They had now the testimony of maay of the medical men, and Dr. Richardson, in all directions, wa* xhowlng that alcohol I* unnecewary and absolutely Injurious. In conclusion he congratulated the Templars upon what they had already "i'* In Southampton, and trusted that tbey might be en more successful.—1The Revs. H. H. Pereirwand C.
Owen followed with earnest mnd stirring addresses,
snee.—Bro^Bpoonsr propoeed a hearty veto of thanke to the apeakers, and those who had eo ably carried out tho
-- Northern. for
wltii oosto. • T (favs Judgment /or defehdant, Turn MATon. AtoeKneji. Att> Bonoeseee d
to the. nuisance from the works, stating thmt oh one everting the church of Millbrook was quite filled with the noxious fume*, mud Mr. Grew suggested thmt these mnd tbm other coropUinte should be forwmrdsd to tin Local Government Board.
The reports of the other inspectors of the Sanitary Authority were read, but they conbtided no feature dl
bled in the reading room nightly, at an anwajhpaym«»i
for ttai mo, %he committee reoomRcn^od nv*, No. 3 be set apart tot that jtoposd, on. the condition* named abort.—Alderman McCalmont moved, and IV. Langstaff M'com'fd, the adoption of the report, which-
to! old OOCTKA3 bblosoxso...................
T^nanoo Committee, after recommendiaK- varioos bill* for payment, al*o recommended that 45 of the o|d» Ml'maae and 26 half guineas belonging to the Institution, and now in tfie bank, should be exchanged, and the
thle.hroagjit tie business before the CoupcU to,* oioea.
-LJ. Invilid* who eaffer from asthma, censwaptiem, debility, nsrvomsness. disease* ef the heart, liver,Ufop.y, kc., are inriUd to by ike efficacy at the HgRBAL •
neuralgia, #0.
exhaustion, waatlmg, ko., with diet mice. Instructions for
commlsaleu on the sale of m horae which was disposed of ft'.»
riwn* he tho tnn.ksk. of th. gpA5 k%ba^t J1.1' ''.'•p11'aactlon.—Hie Honour inquired by whoso ?ustruc-
,t Altuys s'-lw* 1*4 a hat

ed* mu*frw'\ adi ic
*TWWWfl*|a'' .anli dsnuig

congratulated him on the exalted)po*lUon be now held.
After thanking them for the mmnner In which'they hmd reoeived• the toast, be eaid: the chairman, In proposing
,Wrfli tbey. wis re endeavouring to eradicate elavery amoni the,forking clawee-tbs slavery of the Poor-law system.
-tOjdafJt for,them (cheere). . That ho bald to be the fret
the prwemttlmo It mumbered WO,000 members with m capital of 4| millions df money. N»*,' thl*,M*t *a»ult had not been arrived at without
to.lbs nearest approach to correct Calculation that could
of that having.besn asked for, m rebellion took place in
nt, they could not compel Improvement: t Iheyl could not. force progression ; they could enly endeavour to 4^0* and if the lodges did not follow. It wai
=% h^JSTpSSS s^ii
take steps to see whst position we are lu, mnd hmv« m
Winrbrstrr jlrtv*.
8ATUUDAT. MABCII 23. 187*. i
of thfi"8enevo|sQt 8ocletv cf St Patrick, whic^wak'____
at Wlllia's Rooms, London, tindei

Saturday evening ..............,
the presidency of the Duke ef Mauchsstcr, whose healtl was prepoted by the hon. mnd gallent member.
H A MM,i, am Rirt* Association.—A commlttrj meeting of the above association was held on Friday
Arthur Hsjpe, h,

'iibivdoimA :Vf ll -luiBi
tJHJl fnl ,
ii i dt *auaavk« wvd *:on o tiw oyibiutuoa lo ui jJ«v« i»lu!qx3
poee being w.thout a rail, and frequently rmr, dirty, nnd1
bad written to know on what terms the board would
but little beyond Its actual value ae old msUl, the o4d-mittee recommended the committee to decline the o&r. Mr. Copue, euperiatandent mt the Southampton 1>r-mlnue, had submitted a plan for a new railway.sidlngion
E in 'r
posed to lay down along the platform j but the ToJrn Council would not sanction Its being done, ndr did ha think they were very likely to do eo. Mr. Copus, on CT half of the London and South-Western Rail Why Ccta-pany, had, however, oonsenl&i to carry out what the
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all their requlrsmenU. — Mr. 8co«..
"o« the board.
Tin .ammlUM .( in. Hololul Sund.y Fond h...
fever botpitmL The following reporte will ehow the work that is being domo by the Institutions which it bos
been rxptmded on the pstlents. and that exclusive of the erection and furnishing of the building*. • wtrtch Is eat|-
nP being available for oeeupanta, a eooslderably larger sum
"i**- variety.—C. Ray.^ Printer, mod Blslismsit 21,
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jj'sfflswi iaKssau
vlgeur to tMuemmde, who new snjey stroag'asrtee. •»«-evorr sbemist In th'o%mrld, or sent direst am WWiA ef
. ,AH any form of Jhle distressing
oem^simt mro earnestly Invited to sendee Mr. OOOD-MAN, ae ho con guarantee them relHf. Hie remedy has' been racoeeafml 1m thotuands ef Ibetamcu, mad H le'Aow
etteat. In male or female, of anjy age ho waver bad1 or lengslanding, It U applicable, effecting a radical cork In - sheil tisss, withemt coa8nement or ineeaveulencoyhad annot fail to be appredaMd as a blessing, ly those ..ho have been at any time compelled to wear belts, bandage*, truseee, or other galling supports. Psrseoe in any part of: the werld can have the Rsusedy sent to them with instructions fer use. on receipt of ten shillings/ by
;%%%*%% -jassjir a?
town, Londsn. Testimonials—assd with ths conssnt of the writer*. "My rapture, has npi .appeared tlnce. I
that her rupture i* quite welL MN Didcot." "I left off ■epport three day* sgo. rod* eleven mile* oirhorieback all y eeterday and have fell *o pain whatever. J. Hur*t, K*q."
My double rapture ha* n*t been down *lnce, though I walk thirteen milee every day en duty. J.P." "Tam thankful to throw my truse away, after suffering mfash fer 9 years. C.M."
JJ A Phvslclsa, who for thirty v*ar* has practised in
., . who 'or thirty year* has practised In
Disease* ef the Hair, has dleooverad a POMADE which will In every ease Reetore the Hair In baldaete from and and produce whiskers, moustschiee, eyekrews, 4c.
It preeervee the hair.
. aomth. fer general u.o. it preeervee iue nair, prevents Its falling off, cbscks dryness, and restores tho colour, eradicates scurf -and danjlfiff, keeps tbs hsad clean and ceol, amd the hair soft and glossy. Ladiee will find It promotes the curl and nave of the hair, amd that the exouisite perfume Is uniqus; it is u*sd by thousands ef MdtWr* In the' Nurtsry, to beautify childrsn s hair and prsvemt baldnsts, scurf or any failiag in aftsr life. The Recipe, in plain English, which anyone can prepare for a lew pence, will he sent free by pest
hill, London.
"'The Southampton Dispensary! now Ii
the Southampton Incorporation are visited at their home*. If too 111 to attend at the Initltutiou. The Provident Branch, commenced nine months ago. has worked very satisfactorily, and had enrolled on the 3lstDewmber last «83 members, and Is rapidly growing. With Its extended arm
the Institution for help.
doing an excellent work In a quiet way. Out of a staff of
to thei poor Invalid* whom they make comfortable for the ir,r h*C? gi S /vpmen. whose natural duty Is tp
ty maintain* lt« useful-

, »:i '

nglaud MmUAeZR

.MOTJUaa .H .&
upwards of toenty-six ysars in London practice, ba* published a work shewiag ths true caw* of Nsrvocs, Mental, and Physical Dsbilily, • lowness of spirits, indi-ge*tien, want of energy, premature decline, Jcc., with the mesas of cure {■ whereby the following maladies are speodily aad psrmsnsntly rsmcrsd and ri&ctou* beilth restored. Every form and variety of debility, spsrmatorr-hsea, lassituds, dspreeslsn of *plrtt«, loss of tnsrgf and appetite, pains in the back mnd limbs, timidity, eelf-distrust, lore of solitude, ground lew fear*, palpitation of the heart, noi*e* in the head and ear*, indecision, hn-pslred sigkt and msssory, indigest|sn„ anj bodi|y nro-stratien of the wbple system. The most Important fact that thsss alarming complaints, may be easily Motored is clearly demonstrated, and the entirely pew and mni-formly lucceesful treatment ae followed omt by the author fully explained, by which mil sufferore are enabled tocure ,hems,|y„ perfectly, at the least possible ppst, "1'nout taking qusckmsdicinos, or running dpa doctor's
• nt on receipt of a stamped and
KOAD, wralt^TOiMI- 5L'.S
advice glvef which has parfactly restored tbsm te
A RE admitted by. thousand, to be north

' Beeoham's Magic Cough
• At rframedv for Ounaha In — 1 i^r.__
stand unrivalled t and

0«niplalhU giv
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all disorders
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