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EPITOME OF NEWS.
-. Tux-^aoaxt 0!&%**.—Th O Queen has appobtod the Dnlce of Aberoorn, K.G., to be the bearer of tho Order of the Garter to the King of Italy.
Tub Scotch Mission %* Africa.—l)r. Stewart, df the Linnptcnim Miadon, who, It warn feared, had, ; with an exploring party boon lost on Lake Ngaini,
,WarrirWa*P*t SW**&.
Americas* Food.—During last week there came to hand mt Limpool 4,945 quarters of fresh American beef, 937 carcases of mutton, 100 dead pigs, 699 tnbs of fresh buttor, mod 45 saddles of nmlson. Thar* wore again no arrivals of lire cattle.
AxoTHm* Paarwo Gnu. — The jfruW JMrmsry report* that another Welsh fasting girl has come to light. Hor name is Morgan. Sho is about 16 years of age, and is said not to hare eaten nor drunk any-thing mbco October 30 last.
_ Aitallmo Fir* in China. — A telegram from Shanghai, dated the 3rd inst., announces that tho asylum for women and children at Tientsin had been destroyed by Ore. About 2,000 persons are dated to hare perished in the dames.
EMIGRATION.—The ship Ironside, 899 tons, Captain Spencer, has sailed from Gravesend with emigrants as follow, for BHsbano, Qmeemsland—rla., 119 mingle men, 67 unglo women, 76 married people, 44 children between the ages of 19 and 1, and four infanta, making a total of 300 souls.
Collision at Sia.—The English schooner Branch mud Uie German bng Hamnotte came into oollWon on
.bomdymynup.oatheEddymtonelJghlhouee. The
bng foundered, and tho crew took to their bomta, . nvhmg Plvmonth. The Branch has put Into Ply-mouth in a leaky condition.
. Tmm EcmeiAN Toarmno PLmar^-It is staled that Admiral I opott, well-known in connection with the Meular ironclads, has been appointed the commander of the Russian Torpedo Fleet. It is announced that . by the opening of the navigation, tho fleet will con-k siat of 160 steam ore.
—\\DasTarcnrm Fxam AT Lams.—An extensive Are /broke out on Batunlay night last at the machine r \ works of Messrs. Kemp and Co., Holbock, near Leeds, _ ' ,mndng damage estimated at eoweral thousand pounds. • The promises wpre gutted, but models, valued at a large sum, were saved. Tho buildings wore fully
Sawnm PmonmoM » Cnoia.—A curloue feature in the imports into China is the introduction of salted provisions from Singapore. It appears that tho roli-gions prejudices against the cmnsnmp^lcn of freah beef do not apply, when it is imported in a prepared state from foreign countries, whilst the trade in salt fish is largely extending among the miscellaneous articles of
^mw Planets.—The following is from tho Royal Observatory, Greenwich:—" Mr. Pallisser announces the discovery of two minor planets. One of the tenth magnitude, on February 7th, In R. A., 10 hours 20 min., N. P. D., 77 deg. 15 min.; daily motion 6 min. Tho other of the twelfth magnitude, rfn Feb-rqary 8, in R. A., 0 hour 23 ndn., N. P. D., 77 deg. ' 37 min.; daily motion 18 min. north.
FaTAL FALL or a GaANrra Roca.—An inquest was held on Saturday last, at the Goldeu Cross, Qee-hill. | Ludlow, before Mr. H. Weyman, district coroner, on ^e body of a man, 40 years of age, named Benjamin .« t. j.-.l ^ q( a portion of
THE SOUTHAMPTON OBSERVER AND WINCHESTER NEWS-SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1878.
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** expenditure wasf87,879,504, against £67,03<,861 to the same date in the previous yesf. Iho Treasury halsnoee on Feb. 0 amounted to mt the eame date in 1870 to JC2,834,4&0 A Woman Killed bt a Hansom Cab.—On Tuesday morning a shocking accident, resulting in death, occurred J in the Walworth-road . to a tradesman's wife, named Martha Eliza Stammers, aged 61 years, residing at 37, Westmoreland-road, Camberwcll. It appears that the unfortunate victim was crossing the road when she was knocked down by a horse, and the wheel ef a hansom cab passed over her neck. She was still alive when picked up, and was immediately removed in a cab to St. Thomas's Hospital, where she died shortly after.
Supposed Child Ml-rdeh in Hioh Lipb.—Mr. Payno, the dtv coroner, has received intelligence of theCniEngof thebody of a child, not newlv bom, as is usual, dreeeed in its might linen, which Is of the finest texture, in tho Thames, off Bonn on d soy. The child, which Is apparently two years old, has evidently be-longed to permoms of position, and must have been taken atreight from its bed to the river. The child Is a very bcautiM-one. The Inquest win not lake piece until tho police have ended their inquiries, me the case is considered a vwy grave one.
Suicm* or A CoACUKA*.—On Tueeday Mr. Bed-fdrd held an inquest at the Bcmrd ioom, Mount-street, Orosvenor-sqaare, respecting the death of Henry George Shinn, a coachman in the eervico of Mr. Algenwon Borthwick, of 00, Eston-place. On Thurs-day, tho 7th inst., deceased received notice to leave his employment through him had treatment of his wife. The next morning he was found dead in a stable, having severed his windpipe with a razor. The juiy returned a verdict of Sumde In a State of Temporary Insanity.
a. ArmAT —An inquest has been
held at tho London Hospital before Mr. Humphreys, i
tody o* Henry Dan, aged 23 "yean, who re sidad at Carr-street, Limehouse. It appomrald that on tho 4th inst. \ *n and two men, named Greenwood and Ince, met a tavern in Bow-lano and quarrelled. Greenwood made a desperate plunge mt Dean, aiM thrust a knife into the lower ipart of the abdomen. The jury returned a verdict of Manslaughter against Greenwood, and tho Coroner made out a warrant far -------«■—'------ - tui to tho Old Bailey.
his apprehension and c
tho continuous hunting of the who draw a portion of tne covert being no frost to check the pui pack at the kennels, fos
Surrey Foxhounds, In Esnt, and thsro nit by keeping tho
, --------ibbock, Bart.,
nd Sir W. Dyke, Bart., have now become rather carce. The draws have proved a blank, and several md killed by the pack
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The jury returned a I Fatal Ot-» Aecn,,xr.-Oa Monday Mr. Hum-
Tenlict of Accidental Death. | phroya held on inquest at tho London Hospital
of aeee men have only born working two or three the trigger caught some portion of his clothing, and
exceedingly gloomy pat some of the men have been amputated, but he refused. Tetanus or lockjaw
, ^ parochial authorities for work supervenad, and ho died co the 10th insL VentlcL
at sAme breaking. . Accidental Death.
s found thi osing his sighL An operation
he.surgeons administered ___ __ _ _
oinutes the patient died from failure of the heart* Tho jury retumad a verdict accordingly, an
exonerated tho surgeons fi
PANIC Of A GLASGOW TwaAT**. — A s casualties occurred in the Glasgow Globe Th' Saturday night last in consequent of a foolish alarm of hre. Ihe performance had cloeed, and as a largo crowd were pressing upon one another In deecendin the slaire a boy called out "Are." This produced panic and a struggle to get out of the building. 1 wenty persons were injured and afterwards carried to the ante-rooms of the theatre and the adjoining police ofEce. Happily none of th, ' ^
Ikish Education.— In tho Roman Catholic Catho-dial m Dgbko m Sunday a pastoral was read from Cardinal Cnllcn directing his people not to send their sons lo Tnmty College nor the endowed schools, am" calling upon the Irish representatives to demand thi restoration of revenues taken since tho Reformatio! from the'Roman Catholic Church for educating undo tho patronage of the State. Tho pastoral is regarded aa intended to apply in particular to tho Intermediate Education BUI promised by the Government, and to intimate during the Papal interregnum a continuance of the Church's extre-. nolioy in education.
Matches, Need. - - d Illcminatino Oils China.—The impvi Hatches, korosino oil and needlss into China, all.. which are steadily ths position of necessaries, shqwm each year a steady augmentation. Now that lamps are easily obtainable, the consumption of kerosino and other illuminaf oils is becoming general, and even in out-of-the-way villmgse in tho interior thcae oils can be purchased. Flint and sted have yielded to the supremacy of lucifer matchea. The Swedish matchea seem to be preferred to tha better^ but more costly aitide pre-needles, against
s was in danger of | which number 180 were reported by Government dcci^ujxm,Md.omeere,Mbythecrewm,and5byotherpereons. Tho ----- number of steamshlpsdetainodwaslS,and thonnmber of sailing seesels 144. Tho total number of ships re-{ported as overladen in the same period waa 39. of which l!8«reresteamshipsandllsailingvesmela. The report
in 33 rsses came from tho Government ofBcors, there bang only one case of oomnlafnt by a crew.
Termination op the >>ohthcmiiehlam) Miners* SriUKB.—An important decision was given by the borthumberiand Minere' Executive on Monday. Last ik the miners decided by a majority of a thousand

, owing to their remarlmbie cheapm rposwg the coarse, rude native ari&le. uuansm or A EussiA* SvATm Oorxcniom.— from Enwia state that Berehraaofl, the man irdered State Councillor Kovalchookoff at
no eudonco to conriet hor. Tho object that Bozo-
irked that, in spite of the explanation, the in-t jiollca continue unabated.
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wstiumtlons of the . uw«uuu
Tho belief itill p.eraila at Kharkoff that tl
M secret political organlsatlo
- ---ent a<>oi<.ca ui im Barber, o( Hyde, Wo ot Wight,
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out of the door, and locked the keeper inside. As-smtan. o was soon at hand, and the keeper was liberate*!, Mr. Bourke caught Madden in the prison yard, sad a struggle ensued, when the prisoner struck the keeper on the mouth and stabbed him in the arm with u j*ir of scissors. He wa* secured, and now
stand* remanded. ' ------------
Caruviko a oun.-^-At the Wihdsworth Police-soph RoUingst of Lonsdale Farm, Barnes,
Brightorf, wi justicos of Nowrv, Bourke, the keeper of tho
/iis on behalf of the Inland Revenue CommiS-
• . T . g'°"u,nl sam no was ouugeu u) go
w uio miners ueaueq oy a maionty of a thot to continue the strike. Many of Uicm, however, tended that one of the association's roles required two-thlrds majority to legally continue the strike, and that therefore it had teniiinuted. Thisrule, which Is introduced by a distinct statement that it ia Intended for contemplated strike*, waa discussed by *he executive, and they decided that it applies to last week's voting. The effect of the decision is that the minora win be requested by the executive to resume work at the full reduction.
Grocers' Licbxskh.—The chairman of tho Tea Drelere and Groeere" Association has received tho following letter from his Greco the Duke of Wmt-mmster, "reply to a letter addreeeed to him on the subject of Mr. Stavelsy Hill's bin i—% Eaton, Chester, 9th February, 1878.—Kir, I am desire! by the Duke of Westminster to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 5th insL, also ous of the same date and address, signed James Debac, and to Inform you thst his Greco thinlm it would have been better not to bring In a bill on the sulW of nocere' licenses until the report of the House of Lwd* Intemperance Commltke had been submitted to Parliament. — Yours faithfully, D. BcoTLAnn, SecreUry."
Doos.-Tho Jfmrredk Dsi/y 0%reaw& says the striks in ths coal trado has proved a sore peiplexity to some of tho minere who possess dogs and who have been unable as yet to purchase Uie necessary licenses; and last woek a meeting; of this class was held at Bedlington, when X was detwmined to send a deputation to the Rev. Canon Whitley to ask his opinion as to whether an extension of time for the pavment of the dog licenses oould be granted or not. The worthy magistrete is reported to have expressed himself unabls to answer the query, and to have referred tho deputation to the revenue ofheer at Blyth, whither they accoidingly went, but enly to be informed by that olBcer that they
muA either purchase the necessary liconce or part ,ah
their pets.
Borough, held an inquest upon the remains of George NPd 31, *no was accidentally shot under »ww:.hat peculiar circumstance*. On Sunday, the 3«th ult., Iho deceased, who worked at tho T&plow Paper Mills, went out for a walk with soma com. panions. Ho carried a gun in two parts in his pockets, and while in the Fbathers Inn, at Taplow Common, the barrel fell from his pocket and ex-ploded, blowing away part of his left leg. Tho What do you think of that? 10 for. It nas blown me all to Medical assistance waa obtained, and after the shot had been extracted from tho wound he was removed to the Windsor Royal Infirmary, where ho died. The jury returned a verdict In accordance with the evidence. "
Tsleoraphio extension. — Tho Melbourni Argxu jtatoa that tho telegraph lino connecting Adelaide with King George's Sound has been completed, and brings for the Aral time all tho colonies of tho Australasian group into direct communication with each ley. The undertaking was ono of considerable _ ighltude, and waa pretty evenly divided between the two colonies, South Australia having 900 miles to construct to her boundary at Eucla, while Western Australia had to supply 800 miles in order to complete the communication to King Geo*g*'e Bound. There was already IneaWencoa wire between King George's Sound and Perth, a further distance Of 260 miles, so that the c r'tals of the two colonies are connected by a lino of -o less than 2,046 miles in length. The Western Australian section waa commenced in May, 1875; and tho South Australian throe months later, t the latter cobby attacked the work with so much iergy tha^ h« joptipn of it was finished on July 16. A ;Woi«an Burnt to Death.—On Monday after-on a frightful accident by burning, which Resulted in dtath, occurred in the densely-populated neighbourhood of Grey's Inn-road. It appears that a Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, aged 60 yeare, occupied apartmi at 7, Baldwin's-placo, Baldwin's.gardens, Grey's Inn-roadJ Shortly before three-o*oloac she took up a copy of tho London Journal to read, whilst sitting on a
floor pf the third floor front room by another lodger.
deceased siclalmed, Oh, my God ! I a '
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forwardmg the clroumfenmco of tin body two Inches below the hi pa, whan they cannot fall to at. J. Johna & Co. hare alao a largo aaaortment of various Trusaea on Salmon & Odj*s, Cole'*, and th* common principle. trOm 3a. Od. to 31a. each- '
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r Fish Carvers (in case), 6aCd to 45s pi
ir Biscuit Boas*. 12a W. 91a. SOa to jB310s. r Toast R^h.gedd. 7aiW. lOa&llogh. r Tea Pot, Ik 30s. 25#. 30a to f2 2a. r CoSee Pots. 21a. 25«. 30s tu JC2 lUa.
r E* Pram**. 2|a, 23a. 30s. 35a taf3|5a
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Wall Tie*, & 6d per 100. ___
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