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rjpHK GREAT WANT OF THE PERIOD
LOMBARD HOURS,
FRKNCH-8TRKOT. amd 1 and 1, CHURCH-LAXK, SOUTHAMPTON, ,
^ m®'S.^ ""
Knives aad Feriu
KZAwwd &^ds
Muaical Inatraroeota OUilen DUrooiwU DouNe and Blnale Obm Chirauey and ~
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Q. AMLEN BROS., 85, BXRHABMTBBR.
Biltpr, r^»hJe, Deeaert, and Tea Klectro-Plate ditto
perVmbulatom.
„ •»<* DomN*
w and Rooood-hand Plodgta.
A km alarjro aaaortmcnt of Xew and Rcco*
hoATXZST o.
rjlHE SOUTH OF ENGLAND BILL POSTER
Vf. COLSOV. BILL PORTER and DELIVERER, ADVERTISING AOHNT. Ac. rmLmiRMONIC HALI. AMD A cilFTOMTZRBACB
SOUTHAMPTON. , _
B*ge to thank hU numerous imtrrmi and the public of
Southampton and neighbourhood for tb« eurpnrt accorded him
'HANDRILLsT*nd cTrCDLARB promptly dcllverad. Coo-
HAMDBILL8 »nd CIRC
%-ifesiiflSpta
of E^cland.
L L
WHISKY.
XT" INAHAN'8_
THE CREAM OF OLD IRISH WHISKIES.
"*UNIV%RBALL% R?a)M*^E^EDTBY1THE>
MEDICAL PR0FE8..I0N.
Dr. Hits ALL taj« :—"The Whleky U soft, mellow, , pare, well siatured. and of rrrj excellent Quality. _Jtt./l«JuxTnamn.p-tn»*». Lowpos.W,
Newtown, S-Tuthainptoo._
Watch and Clock
J snd br special
i of Wale* and Emperor of Ruaala.
appointment to the Prince of Wale* and Emneror of Rnaal Old Bondetreet, and (Steam Factory), Lodgato-hlU. London.
HO OONNECriOH WITH AKT OTHER HOUB*.
CORNER ot BR^VBWIOK-SQUA&l ONLY.
GAMLEN BROa,
OLD OOBHBB MOP.
QAJJ^BBOa,

dAMLEN BROS.,
VJ Corner of Bnmawteh-
wuL'
T» lid. #a lid, lte lid.
QA
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AMLEN BROS.,
Onrcer of BAeaswtca-


BOfrapha. Chronometer*, Keyleaa, Le»»ra. Presentation, Re-
BENSON'8 ARTISTIC ENGLISH CLOCKS,
decorated with Wedgwood and other ware*. (leeirned to ■nit any atria of architecture or furniture ; alec, aa nevelUee I preaanta? Made solaly by Banaoa. From U U.
BENSON'S PAMPHLETS on TURBE_
CLOOK8, Watcbea, Clocka, Plata, aad Jewellery, Wue-
PEPPER'S QUININE md IRON TONfO
atrragthena the nerves and muscular syatam.
PEPBER'S QUININE mod IRON TONIC
rromota* appetlta and tmprovca dlgeation.
PEPPER'S QUININE And IRON TON10
animate* the aplrita and mental faculties
PEPPER'S QIJIN 1NE and IRON TONIO
In Scrofula, Westing
• thoroughly rscmits and r*-eatab!Wiea the general bodily health. • la aold by Cbemiata everywhere. In capaoled bottlea, ta ed, next aim 11a, and In atone jara » each. The name, addreea. and trade mark of John Pepper. IST, Tottenham Court-road, London, koa the labal. Any chamfat will procnre It to order.'
/YRACROFTS ARECA NUT TOOTH PASTE.
KJ — By naing thla delldona Aromatic DentHftca, the enamal Of the taeth become* whlta. aonnd, and poliahed like Irory. It fa exceedingly fragrant, and •penally' nWnl for rumoring ln-crnatatlona of tartar on neglected teeth. Sold by all Cbaofata. Pota, la. and ta. ed. aack. (Oct Craeroft'a)

«5, Bernard-atree!.
Mtha Sol ta—every variety prioea ranging according to »•—frn« (a lid *o Ma.
GJ
AMLEN BROS.,
Corner of Bran wick -

GAMLEN BROS.,
btaUfahadtlyaua.
Old Corner 8bop only.
Ac.—Moriey*i Hoa'ery at the
8^ -
HEARTS RUGS.
OOOOA MATTINGS, MAIS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
IRON BEDSTEADS.
FEATHER A*» FLOCK BEDS,
MATTRESSES. PALLIASSES,
HOUSEHOLD "FURNITURE,
GILT FRAME CHIMNEY LOOKER
JAPKB.
iJOTDAL
JCNE 8, 4878.
\ atlil DOUBT
OAK. WALNUT, AND MAHOGANY
ra*|g
OHIlUfET LOCKING OLA88BJ,
MAHOOASY AND BOLCH TRAtfX BEDROOM
LOOKING OLASSES,
rURNISHINO IB0NM0N8ERT,
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHEN W ARE,
AMERICAN OTHER CLOCKS,
CUTLERY AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE
Q. AMLEN
Linen FronU and Wrfata, at
AJIXLlAiXl nil I/O.,
At the Okl Corner Shop.

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DEAFNESS, NOISES io the EARS,
DELL ARB E8SENCE for DEAFNESS haa PROVED an EXTRAORDINARY REMEDY. It a! way a rtllerea ,
rally cam*, and la atrongly recommended by thooaand*
hare derived beneflt It la quite harmleea. Bold la bottle* la 1M and Sa »d each, hy all chemlata._
T OOKYER'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER
XJ will oompletely restore In a few day* gray hair to Ita original ooloar without Injury. It effecU lta object »tfafaetorlIy. pnxlndng a perfectly natural colour: thoroughly eteanaea the b«d from ecurf. and cauaea the growth of new hair. Bold every where by chemlata and hairdreaaera In Urge bottlea at la id each. Be aura to obtain LockyeKe Sulphur Hair Raatarer._
Cold a, Aathma, Bronchitis, Cooaumptlon, and all dlaeaaea of the lung* and air paaeafea It aoothtag and comforting in Ita
gILE WIND, AND INDIGESTION.
DR. KINO'S FOB BILE,
The Cottage, Carrick-broe. Ban try. Ireland, June II, 1MT.
I feel grrat pleaanrc In bearing teatlmony to the beneficial f ■ult of a trUl of King a celebrated Dandelion and Qalnlna Pllla, which, aftar an intartal of eeveu yaara" lutenaa aaffetiag from tanrfd liver, complete Idea of reat and apoeUta, aevere pal pi U tion, wind, and low epirita, and general derangement, reatored me to the joaaeaaion of the moat perfect health I evar enjoyed, after every other mean* bad proved unaocoea*ful. With feeHaga of the deepeat gratitude, I anbacribe aiyaelf U«r B. Mamma.
To Mean. W.^aod JL Oouldlog.^Apothecariea. Ac.,
ONLY TWO MM)ICINES REALLY ACT
UPON THE LIVER,
one Mercury or Blue Pill, the other Dar-delioo. Tbouaanda of conatltnUona have teen destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel The only a if« remedy fa
DR. KING% DANDELION mod QUININE
LIVER PILLS, which actgentlr on the liver, and remove all the above aymtoma. Sold all over the woridJby all cbemiata
LIVER PILLS, which actgeotlr
9 above aymtoma. Sold all over th--------
and medicine vendoea, at 1. lid, *a #d. *a#d. aad lta per box. (Eatabluh-d 1T01.)_
Chem)ata at la. 1M per box.
Rorki. »*, Oreat Portland-atreet, Lnodi
for 14 atampa from Jam
"TkpNZIL THOMSON'S
-1"7 LIVER PILLS.
Owing to the Jadldoua combination and parity of the draga •t^plqyad, will not produce pain, depraaaion, or Inconvenience to buaineaa or pleaaura. Being entirely free from mercury and all
irritating druga, they give J net that aaaiatanoe which nature ra-" "" "*1 "*■
ta a haalthv acoatiou of bOa, cleanaa aad tevWorate
"\TediaJ Information for the People.—Be Your

Alao by the aama author, eaveataeath thoaaamd. fifty-aeveai


Q.AMLEN BROTHERS, OLD CORNER SHOP,
Are thfa week offering a atockof
LADIES", MEN'S, BOTff. aad 0IRL8" BOOTS aad
A manufacturer's atock bought for oaah. at FABULOUS PRICES.
A GUINEA
BKEOHAM'8 FILLS admitted by thoaaaada to be warth a Ooma a Box for
■^TORTH
Are admitted bj_____________________
reUef la twenty minotea. TVfa fa ao fictioa, for thay have Joaa
------_____ ^^^grtavi^W
Itla thevaaada ot —
aessasa'iB
mm
K.B.—Fall dlrectloxa are given with each box.
PERAMBULATORS,
BROOMS AND BRUSHES,
COUNTERPANES,
LINEN ANJ OTHER SHEETINGS,
MUSLIN AND LACE
DAMASK AND REP CURTAINS,
E.
0 0.,
ABSOLUTELY
NECESSARY
RE-BUILD THEIR FRONT PREMISES.
TITER COMP L.A I N T
oave proper treatment. The aymptome ot
are difficult Digaatiou ot Food. C
G E 8 T I O N
iffiSgaiBSS^^S
0 0 M P-L A I NT:-
g AG LEY'S STOMACH PILL 8^
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SESSS«™M

FEaEE


W01 clear the whole ot their IMMENSE AND VALUABLE STOCK. Uttarty ragardleaa of the ooat prloaa.
rjIHE SALE WILL COMMENCE
On
MONDAY, Mat Jttr*.
OOKTIWCXD TOR TWUITT-SIOHT DATS,
Aftar rtfch Mm th. Pi iwlin ^nb,
cwod tor a rwwnpn.
Of whkh du Mtio,
HOTEL KEEPERS AND PARTIES FURNISHING
WmionD la anil Hiwji. ot IUa
lEnlO>.l«.Uita«|H iilwlnm
AT SUCH PRICK IB MUST ENSURE AH TMManTAre «at.»
TBI FRONT PLATE GLASS VOX SALE. HHTblbjXknKUMM.
iE>iaLUHarfih>«k>ttat w
B HART AND OCX'S 0t)M E 6 TI0 IAIAAI, 7,1, k\ BEIDQEBTRarr. SOUTHAMPTON.
gTOOK AND 8HABI-BROKER.
^'JBBnyWaJRSEESR $8& -w-
"pUBLIO AOOOUNTANT, AUDITOR, ud L U a R,—For PROBATE ud SUOOS
TOm, K^SS^moH^mtnr,
gEABORNE GOALS ONLY.
Q0AL8-00LLIERIE8 direct to CONSUMERS.
-fflgS^ssu -3^
rriHE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BOTTLING
qOUTHAMPTOKTIME8Ajni HAMPSHIRE O urnajmrojTiKiiim
Mi CHARLES OOXT
raepoodacta wfflktodlr aMn^ai^Malid. - MUTHAMf^gM-


msimm
Jtrsr-^
cAomoot of the loan library lotiai A ballot for
feTEsSiStS^si4
Bbrr. King, amd Soellcrora. It waa raaol Mr. OoUmt 5e aaked to wnte tbo paper for dieem
Dr*»dad. aad aporopnate ud infcaraatinf add neaee tin debrarad by tha Re*. J. W. Geodam, ol Portaea. and Mf ,0^y,.«f 8oathamptoa. The agonal public meet, fo* followed, the chair betaeooenpUd by the Rev. R Cdmao. el Bonrmamooth. Yha report, aa praaanted to the dekgatee, warn again rand, nod a/tenrarde the Qiainnaa, in a few enggeettm aentanoea, introduced to
the meeting the writer of the
tenehing be incraaaad r The writer of tbe paper, in rary dear, w>warfal, and practical manner, eu*geetc_
end.—On Trwed^ morning a goodly number
of the delegate!
early, Lmatening to the
iMld at aeren o'clock. The Rev. P.
hearty^ a^irit of
prayer wae mani/oatad^rhick promiaed
abortderertonal_____________ _
Oeborae, the Ear. J. T. ColUar, the moderator, trended, and in an opening addreaa, brief, but felioitooaly
humorooa, expi--J ^ ------' ------
being preeent ii __________
pastor and people. He warned I not to be attracted f
delogatea prwwnt
»***» dutiee by the natural beautiee of the place, ke brief in apoocb. an& of oouraa, deferential to the anthonty of the ehav. The report of the Aeeooiatioo Committee wae then reed and unanimooaly adopted. In special prominence warn given to the work which baa been carried on by irteana of oolporteur*. Dunng the peat year three mure of theee travelling agenta of the meeooiation, who toke the rali^oua and other pure literature to the homce of the people, hare bean aecurad, and supported out of tha aeeomation funds. Many thousands of Kblee, Testaments, and
•Jjf o t I c :
OF REMOVAL
J. MoLACHLAN,
BUROBOlf DKlhriST,
Haa raaaoved froca 4, Cranburyplace, where be haa bean for nine
14. ANGLESEA PLACE, SOUTHAMPTON. A VACAJfCT FOB A FUFIL.
BOROIOAL AND
p gsag'.
Q H E A P 1 g Q R A Y I N G
UTHOOBAFH10 J3%?S%^TB FBIHTIKO,
>. T„oa./r.^yA^o?a
ixttotl. /
CAPPER,
Y)RTVER,
r ANE'S WALL8END 00AI »» 20S. TOJT.
DKLIVKRED TO AKT FAJtT OF TUB TOW*.
PEARCE BROTHERS, »1, ABOVB BAB. SOUTHAMPTON.
IPECTACLES! SPECTACLES!
prove the exoeeding value of this put of the aaaocia-
to the kindnsaa of the Poole friends in entertaining the ■aeociatko in an emergency, and under such short notioe.-The Treasurer reported that, notwithstanding
Ber. 0. V. Barker, of Niton, .sympathising with them
called to paaa.—Notices of sundry raedutions to be moved were them given, and the assembly adjourned.— A second araaioa was held at thrae o'clock in the after-' noon. The church at Carlton Chapel. Southampton, haring expressed a deeire to entertain the deloaatea at thw ne« Sseociataoa gathering, their invitaUon was
eemWy, and spoke in reply. — A ballot for office" for the ensuing rear wae then taken with the following reanh Moderator. Mr. Praedy ;
the case of failure, Rev. J. W. Gender*; auditors, Messrs. Roee and Mayoaa. The remainder of the eeeeion was occupied in voting sums of money to small
SLTw^A^ %
ing.and prayer, the Chairman addressed the meeting.
Such a work was the outcome of the Church's desire to read the Gospel of J seas Christ. This wss the work
sucoesa they could wish for themaalvea.—The Secretary
read that part of tha committee a report referring to tbe
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ill

"nual gather-
rn the hold of the veaaeL
mua. asm
1A Western terraosL fell-down_______
where he was shortly afterwardc found quite dead.
Siht o'clock^
imagined that deceased muat have fallen when either' down or ooming up the ladder. A light ni a
By the jury: The hold was thirty feet deep The IsoaaMd wasa man of very temperate habits.
JBy Mr. Cole: The round* of the ladder were in good
witness told htm he could not find the deceased, and ha
Br Mr/Cole: Tha daoeaaed was well acquainted witi the ship, having been engaged oh this and other uhia r many year*.
The Coroner said there did not appear to be t slightest blame or neglect attached to anyone, and the jurnmrnedlataly returned a verdict of " AocideaUl
The inquest upon the body of Miohael Flynn wu
Henry Thorn, a coal porter, statod that about twenty minutes past six on Friday morning he and the deceaaed wsra about to re-oommenoe coaling on board the Para. Deceased went into one of the fore bunkers to get ' pees s lamp and ahovel, there being at the time in bunker about 900 tons of ooal. The deceased " down for the perpoee of lighting the lamp, bat the hicifer went out. He then asked witness to give him another, which he did. Wltnees's attention *u called *way for a few seconds, and upon returning he beard a slight hissing notes three times, which was followed by a verr loud explosion, which knocksd witness down, and ringed his whiskers. Witness went on deck, and gave an alarm to the effect that the ship was on fire, and made the remark " Poor old Mike is killed." He them returned with two men, and called out " Mike" six or seven times, but oould obtain no answer. Then wae so much amoks that witness had to retrmds hi*
scatty-
alao helped weak* churches by grant* of money from went to the deoaased, and lifted him out of the bunk*, the funda.—TbeRav. J. R Chamberlain, of Ryde, in an when they found he was considerably burnt about the
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ot ate. Uiduebd wickadnem it rmrj tipnmn
aass.^ s £ £. as

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SS&i. Hon.
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Jy^OHET 1 MONEY , , • MOSEY I | |
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Was
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AHQDST,
MONK
faoe, body and hands. After gating deceased "bore, thsy took him to the Infirmary. Witness could not aooount for the sxplosion in any way. He had not smalt any gas The bunker had not been closed all aight; there were two boles open.
William Ferry, another ooal porter, said he was going
on board the Para to resume work at seven i----
paat six o'clock on- "riday morniny, when •erred smoke proceeding from two of the batch-way* forward and from the cabin ports. Think-ing the ship was on fire, witnees covered up p# two hatchways, and went below, shutting the fore companion hatchway. When be got on the lower deck be •aw Peter lick, Hanrr Thorn, and a man named Moore, who reported to him that there i

i went to the bunker, and thert
witness anooxea aa witn his hand* aa weu as ue
', with ssristanoeL afterwards got him on deck, **"
IM
to the nSe. The oeae was hooelsssvfro«thsfi^-
sSjSisSSsrfe&Si-:
. thi. o—.
Company.
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