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fiirtnoraki in Pane.—A Lloyd's telegram lUtei that advices haro bam roooirad from Africa, dated 2Qth January, to the effect that seroml nitrate rainos war* - damaged by tho earthquake, and that the export* for the month onsuing would be much curtailed.
Ykxow Farsa At Rio JaXIIRO. — a telegram •fcom Rio Janeiro, dated 1 it: March, states that th« ydlow fetor had been raging (her*.' From 40 to 45 death* in tho city had been registered in the first fort-




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WEBB BROTHERS,
68, OXFORD STREET, SOUTHAMPTON,
.HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF
PORTMANTEAUS, TRUNKS l BAGS
In the fjioath of England.
from 7s. Gd. to 40s
2s. 9d.
„ 12s. 6d.
2s. 8d.
8s. 6d
3s. 6d.
2s. 6d.
__ n the 13th IneL W.000,000 ronhlea In ml:
month's' first-class Treasury Bond* of tho' nominal value of 1,000 and 6,000 roubles each, payable at jAe
arors «m August 18th, with Intaast at the :ate of
r cent, per annum.
oetaiilu Ivory.—A ship has arrived in tho land,m Docka with a cargo of note known a* vegetable Ivwy. They am the aire of an ban's e#gy hard and fine-grained, and wore grown on the Isthmus of Panama. They are need for splitting Into buttons and for the tops of umbrella* and aro worth £20
bath or Mr. Josirn Bo.vo*!.—The death residence, The Camels, Wimbledon Park h
mg#d 33. — , , ""uo deceased and " ™ » l4kr troc.tte.to________
t N,a2^ Ajiocumw or ILtm™ Immi-
circulated among the trade for the first
.m°V» T 80 ru'cs ^aro been considered by a council, at which ytere present representatives from London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Leeds, Bradford, \\04terhanftt0n, Bristol, Cambridge, Northampton, ^coln, Bolton, Warrington, St. llolens, Crowe, and
Navt Ehtthatis.—The estimated cost of the services provided for in the Nary Estimates for tho oomlng year Is fl!,033,901, the net amount, after de^ ducting f 123,000 fbr extra receipts and repaymqit^ and £70,000 to bo contributed by tho Indian Government on account of tho cxpenso of the fleet on the India station, being £10,860,901. For the current year £10,971,829 was voted, so that there is a net increase in the Estimates for tho next year of £82,072, Compared with tho expenditure of 1876-77, however, th*# le a decrease of A33.003.
Duel ts Fraxck.—M. Paul do Cassagnac on Saturday last fought his fifteenth duel. In the Chamber on the previous day, M. Ttomaon, member for JUgeris, had ejaculated that M. Csssamao was grotesque. M: Cassagnac retorted that M. Thomson was an insolent lellow.- They fought with swords. After a few passes M. Thomson s rapier was broken by a sharp parry. Fresh weapons were produced, and M. Thomson was wounded in the face und throat. They continued fighting, however, but ultimately his wound hied so extensively that the seconds put an end to the combat. The papas highly commend both champions for their courage.
Post Orrxca Tsleorai-w Service.—A Parliamentary MP* haa been printed by order of the House of
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returned.
Dethrvixed Cash or .Soicros.—Dr. Hardwicke
tending the death of Jane Davis, aged 40, formerly residing at 67, Ken ton-street, who expired on Friday morning tho 1st inst.-, through injuries received through falling or jumping from the parapet of the house next door on that moming. The jury returned a venhct of Bulddd whilst of Unsound
A Snocxofo Daans.—At half.past 19 on Monday afternoon Patrick Mmphy, 20, met his death in a shocking manner. Daoeesed had been to a wedding at Middleaborough, and got intoxicated. As he was sitting near the table he reached for a bottle of ^™k#y; Uw weight of his armupeet the table, the bottle falling on the ground. The deceased also fell,
and some fragments of the glass severed the arteries of
the throat, the jugular vein, and the windplpa. He a baker, has been almost murdared in his______
-----I Covered with a wound two inches long on his head,
Commons, showing the
tho gross amount expended in respect of tho telegraph sorvice from the date of the transfer of the telegraphs to th& State, to the 31st Herd:, 1877. The total amount received by the Poet Office from the year 1870 to the year ending the 31* of March, 1877) was £7,400,228, and tho total amount expended within the same period was 48^*3,198, thus leaving a balance of *lb>42,030 to meet interest on stock created on •»>«nnt «#* « telegraph service and tho redemption


just died in tho workhouse at Oldham _____
named Fanny WarbuMon, at the advanced age of 101 years. In February, 1871, Ahe was admitted an in-mate of the Union; previous to that she resided for 40 years in Bread-strset, and for the whole of that pod earned her livelihood by baking oatcake. Bread-Bwt, Oldham, took its name from Fanny Warbur-gBe "oatcake" bakery, that beingthe principal trade m the street.
dmactor or Criminal Investigation.—Mr. g. K Iloward Vincent, of the Inner Temple, and xio 1'iicultc de Droit do Paris, who ham been appointed # the Home Secretary as Director of Criminal In-rrstigatwn in the Metrwoliten Police, served fo: Ame year: in the 23rd R. W. FusOlera, and suhse-«;uenUy in the Royal Berks Militia, sinoe which he >os commanded tho Central London Rangers, devoting lumaclf with great energy to the improvement of the volunteer foroe.
OnimnaM.: Fen*. —The Official Trustees of ' heritable Funds state, In their account made up to : 1,0 *™1 of 1877, that at that date they had no less an £7,680,818 In Ooosol* and other Government "cks, being funds belonging to various chaHtiea, "dee other ewwjltfee transferred to their custody chanty trustee^ Many of the rharitlm, are of ill amouuL In the list of eecuritiee which had to isferred or eold by the ofBoIal tmstees last

I 10 which aro under £100
water king a less. Ihefiro --jw wing of the Dublin
hmond Imnabe Aeylum took Ore cm Monday even-- It was occupied as a male ward, and there were 't patients, iododing 00 who were in hospital. " —— iO removed to other departments.
liable the fire brigade were nearly ontinued until a late hour of tho ' was lost. The wing was three "V" ana a was ultimately cut away from the luming structure. The greatest alarm" prevailed ong the patients, and their friends gathered out-e to ascertain If they were injured.
1* ire at a Lunatic Astlum.—A disastrous firo ke out on Monday night In the Richmond Lunatio -ylum, near Dublin, in which 1,000 inmates arecon-fhe wrk of removing the patients, many of iom had to bo carried from the wards, was attended th tho groateat difficulty, but It Is believed that no w were lost. The Games spread from the hospital the other wings of the building, and the asylum is almost completely destroyed. When the upper rtion of the structure fellln a volume of 9re mee k great height, illuminating, the entire city and tb .untry for miles around.
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broken in two places, and he had aeveral other infnriee. Hie eon, Jamea MePollen, had previously been hoard Importuning his father for monev, and after the outrage ho paid a score at a publio-house, and the old man's watch' and parse, containing 415, were found npon him. He was arrested and remanded. The old man Is not likely to
Ain to tub Wounded.—SirE. Lotchmere, M P., preeided on Saturday night last at Woolwich on the occasion of the distribution of certificates to 56 persons -who had passed the first examination of theAmbulance Association of the Order of SL John of Jenmdem. Tho object of tho association is to disseminate, by means of gratuitous instruction imparted at classes, a knowledge of the treatment of injured persona. The order not only alms at the alleviation of of
those wonndod in war; but_aleo of those who aro
and others addressed thi
Tna .ExrLomano* or Amx&.—At a meeting of Wi* Aborigines Protection Society,
Mr. R. N. Fowler in the chair, the following rcsolu-
tlon waspassed:—" That the best thanks of the Com-mittee be glvm to Colonel Henry Tula, C.B_ for the able and convincing manner in which he has nsfended tho cause of humanity in recent discussions concerning Mr. H. M. Stanley s proceedings at Bambireh, and that the Committee also desire to express the satisfac-tion with which they had read the instructions given by the African International Association at Brussels to their explorers, Wlevlng that thoso Instructions aro eminently calculated to prevent wars with ths
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,rtini*II enrt Rifle.—Tho general meeting itional m and Ammunition Company
(ham, Mr. S. B.
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sited) h,
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ihechairman eeiw ^ none of the large i ndited through the Rasso-^urkish war) a ihsaompany ware the owners of the Maitini-HmM ;*tents, they had not succeeded In their tenders fos
o. supply of that gun to the trade Their buslnes

decl^r^^ * adopted. No dividend" was'
Turn luTx ScAxnAt av MAiTA.—A Malta cones, pondent states that the outcome of the scandal which hss boon amusmg Malta society of late seems to be that one of the parties thereto is about to rssign. It
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mrrs.—At the executive Committee of One resenting the Libond 600 of the borough Of Oreenwkh Liberal Association, Mr. W.. C. Bennett, the honorary secretary, brought forward a reeolutiou te celebrate the formation of the now Liberal Association by Inviting the Right Eon. W. E. Gladstone, the member for the borough, to adinner to be given to him by the Liberal 000. The pro-position was received with acclamation, and it was at once determined to refer its formal adoption to another meeting on Monday, March «, when a dinner committee will be formed to give practical effect to the
Twa M'OA*mr Sir J. T. Imgham has
completed his inquiry into the circumstances attend-mg the death of ex-Coloor Sergeant M'Carthy. The evidence of the medical men, of th^ Governor and the officers of Chatham prison, directly controverts the statements made at the Dublin inquest as to alleged ill-treatment in prison, while counter statements made by the wife of the deceased, his fellow prisoners, and the friends who saw him immediately after his release, corroborate the Dublin evidence. In reviewing the case Mr. O'Connot Powsr, who presents the counter statement, declaree that, in his opinion, the evidence, on the whole, maintains the verdict of the coroner's jury. Theovidence will at once be laid before the House of Commons.
Hwocxmb Scicmx^-On Saturday last Mr. Carter held an inqusst at (ho White Hart, Nsw-cross-gate, Hateham, ae to the dfath of Mr. G. ShdHeld, residing at Hatebam. It appeared from the evidence that on
the afternoon in question deceased went up to hie bed-room shortly after two o'clock, and immediately after a report of a pistol shot was heard, and decbaeod was fennd lying on his bod, witha wound in his forshead. Mr. C. Law, & surgeon, said he was called to deceased, who mplrad ** hoars after, the cause of death beteg the efect of a plstel-shot. Dr. Henry George Loyes, Grandram-road, Lee, Kent, said deceased had been eufkring from a dlssased brain. The junr retumad a ised codunltted SuIcUe by shoot-nrolver whilst In a state of Tem^
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WALTER S. IRELAND,
General Furnishing Ironmonger,
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FOR HERNIA OR RUPTURE.
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_ „ :lllng produced b
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a be lamented thai when penons
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^SUver Crust Frames, 12, &1, 19, @J, A te ) SUvsv Fish Osrvsrs (Incase). 8e6d te 45e par e Silver Biscuit Bexe^ 1& 8d, 21^ 30, te f3I0a
». Mlvsr Cofee Pots. 21s. 35s. 30s tm At 10s. i Silver B* Frames. 21s. Ms. 30^ 35s te Ms. ' SH*" Wk Wk 70" le f 4 10,.
' Ckhss, loose handles, fort
Electro^ Silver
Dish Covsrs, for sst of four, JE8 10s te
WALTER S. IRELAND.
TABLE CUTLERY
WARRANTED.
rpHE MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT
Ate:
Ramp Bedsteads _ 0 10 0
Prench Bedstead*, strong ............0 1% 6
French Bedsteads, with lin. pillsre... 110 Prench.Bedsteads, tabs pillars, very
French Bedstead,, wil'h Sin pillars".' 2 7«
French Bedsteads, with bran foot... 3 5 0
Half-tester Bed.tead*. strong ... 1 5 0
Half tester Bedsteads, very strong... 1 10 #
Half-tester Bedstead,, tube pillars... 2 5 0 Hslf-tester Bedoteads, with 2in. pillars2 12 6

r Bedsteads, with bra
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ind Half-tester Bedsteads, ass loot rails and pillars,
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Good Strong Paillasses
Best Straw t'alliasses ............_ ..
::: : 18
Best ditte ditto, m sxtra strong Wck 1 5
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^ purified, in Pillows. 2s (
QHANDELIKRd in GLASS or METAL.
choice in Brackets. Peudar
3sdd te 10s
Chandeliers, hydraulic, 2. 3, 4," and 5-light, for Dining and Drawing
Hiss Ous Chandoliers. with Electro- W't0
Smiths employee


ii!g hhnself with pdrary Insanity.
Tna Hfomxm Enrcano* oy Wo*c.—The report of th* Conf^renae of Headmiitressee and others en-gigefor Intercated in the higher education of women, roomily held at Cambridge, haa been beued. The qatstkn whether Latin ehoold be taught generally as Uw basis of InstnKtion in higher schools for girls'waa ^tsebsscd, and dseiddd fn the aOnnatlre by an overwhelming majonty. The daalmbility pf three Ian-cesgee being taught was ahooat nnlvwrsully acknosr. Wged, but onuuon was very much divided as to w|,ether PranA or Latin hhodld ba Bra tadght. On the on*#l(m of mathematics a)l egnW thai geometry •hould. be taught, and moet of thoso present that algebra should Ukewise. In regsrd to natural science there wda a grdat divergence of opinion es to the best subjects to be taken up.
i 'lux Oovbunmsnt and tub CorMTHT.—A meeting of working men was held on Sunday on Clerkonwell-green, at which' a resolution was unsuccessfully pro-j.jscd suggesting a conference of the Powers as & means whereby the Eastern quoatio'n can be settled, aijd'nn amendment was'carried pledging the meeting to support har MgjW/e Oovomment h any stepa they take to secdre the only moans of securing a eolid and permanent peace for Europe. At a greet ddmoMtretioa of Stockport Conservative* at Hello 'Vpe^ MgpAeetep, do Batorday last, a. reeolutten was 1fassid sri^h gycat pnthuaiasm expressing unabated con-hOcnco in tho,policy of her Majesty's Government, 'tailing t ./-fltioo to the interests of the" British Empire ini Egypt and th'dSuca Canal, and trusting.tteps would ^cs(# secure those interests from ths dangers of
ol| the Fiftv, eohdtina a eubecription infsvo* of
ksnefmfdrtunatolndivtd^al. The ladyfTOte a cheque
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[rory Band!
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-d 19/- each; Double TruM.lSf-, tJ/% *#-,aa* SJI-emeh, Hthar of ' **"" t can obtain thsm by
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forwarding ths drsumfersaoe of tin body two lnehss below the hip,, when tl J. Johns * O®. have also a largo assDrtnssnt of various Trussss an Salmon A Odor's, Dole's, and the common principle, from 3a. 6d. to 21a. each.
PATENT AND OTHER SINGLE AND DOUBLE TRUSSES,
Ttc Inguinal. Umbilical, and other Hupturee—the greatest care taken to ensure a perfect fit—suitable fa, Adults and Children. I •
Bihnon sad Cdy*,
*' . CONVENIENCES FOK TRAVETJ.TNO, 4c.
oak-----
mem, 10/. IV- and iv-each. flUaefvaislh
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... 8Js 0d 30s (Kl 12s 6d
in rinesi uval African
Ivory Handles......45s Od
4 in ditto.with steel ferules 50s Od 4 in ditto, with silver
6d par pair. Bteah
Bkek4iandleo Kalv,
Black-handled Carvers, fro

60, 0u Us Od
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BATH & TOILET WARE.
Hip Baths, Ms, 30s, 33s.
Totl.t lT.r. In S,M ..ri.lj, from 10. IM to «. ,.i ,f i
ipEA URNS ami KETTLES, of London pAPIERMACHE AND IgON TEA
Stag-handled Car Bread Knives, Od
rsrs. from 2s 6d tel&
to 18*fid. Batter Ki.. rtsman's Knives, Eaioi



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Oil Tablo Lamp*. 2s 6d ■ " T mpe. 12, 8d to £a
™ %, '• to I. M.
MS
Coiten Wicks; 3d per doiten.

D18-?. COVERS IN BLOCK TIN.-,
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variety, or novelty. £5 10s. - -----------' rom 12t M
I- _Cr'' fc"J llfe*ct H**kets equally low.
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JRONilONQERT WAREHOUSE.
lin'aS *" to inspect hi, 0Ilra-
•JJeU'T« I'ot., 3. to 12. fld.
.M«l 8J..,12. OJ, 15,. IS, dd, 21. to 57. 6d. • %
Water Filtei . .
Patent Knife 01,
Patent Mangles, f* 10s.
AMERICAN COOKING STOVES. -'JO PARTIES ABOUT TO BUILD.
juJ^JUSOTOX .«! other-PKI2B KITOBESBES,
Open Fire Range,, wrought hers, £3 10, to £5 10s. "3s BM' "*^h oven, boiler, and brass tap, fic-m
Cottage Ranges, with oven only, from 17s 6d.
Good Rej{ister Stoves. 3 jd per inch.
i 3d psr inch.
/"CHIMNEY PIEOKS of all descriptions
OFECIAL PRICES for RAIN WATER DIIlI.S'lBO.SiKlKUEBj. C"T KA'"' Q.ARDEN REQUISIT ES?
Uwn Mower., 22> 9d to £7 lOt
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Galvanised Garden Barrows, S7l 6d.
Otlvanlsed Hwlng Water Barrdws, £2 10s k9dtalh8dper»eL
%Wes. Boss, Troals . Galvanusd Wire Netting, 2ft wids, 2d per yard.
WALTER S. IRELAND,
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