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Maidstone Soup Kitchen.—The trevurer (Mr G. Baker) begs to acknowledge the following donationsThos. It. Cutbush ..

... The following day he was conveyed the West' Kent General Hospital. Football. Maidstone v. Rochester. —The annual match between the above Football Clubs, came off on Wednesday week, at Rocky-hill field, Maidstone. In the first quarter hour the Rochester men ...

Published: Saturday 01 January 1870
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 2177 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

DICKS' CHRISTMAS CAROL, 1869. ONCE more hail thy jovial face, Old Christmas)—welcome frieud ; Let now to joy ..

... u>arrxnted. SOLD AT 5», WEEK STREET, MAIDSTONE. Set Tour Old Leather Boots with Outta Percha Dick's Princiole. l and Solution alwuya in (took :jr tho'e «rhO «i> tsdath'irowa repairing. D. TAYLOR, BOXLEY HOAD, MAIDSTONE, AKER of the improved Composition GARDEN ...

Published: Saturday 01 January 1870
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 728 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

TIME 18 MONEY! BAVE YOUR TIME USING S. BKITT'S EDGE TOOLS. THBY are Price, well handle ♦■it y, ana cut

... hook of prices. H. MASTERS, & 105, UPPER STONE STREET, MAIDSTONE. All kind* of BRITISH WINES, Is PER BOTTLE, Bottle included, at 11. MASTERS'S TEA WAREHOUSE, 103 and 105, UPPER STONE STREET, MAIDSTONE. H. M. having been appointed Agent for W. and A Gil Key's ...

Published: Saturday 01 January 1870
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 849 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Anthem brought the conclusion

... here on the ult. ; Mr. Witlmott in the cnair. A rery pleasant evening was spent, with Christmas readings bj Mr. Darlej, Mr. Kent, and the Chairman ; several melodies were sung hj the Band of Hope choir. Roraßaran Gas Wobcs Sick Cum. The second yearly meeting ...

Published: Saturday 01 January 1870
Newspaper: Chatham News
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 2720 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE

... alone near the bridge, High-street, Maidstone, by a policeman apparently in an apouletio fit. She was removed at once to the West Kent General Hospital, where Mr. Wilson, house surgeon, discovered by the marks her boots and clothing, that she was an inmate ...

MAIDSTONE

... alone near the bridge, High-street, Maidstone, by a policeman apparently an apopletic fit. She was removed at once to the West Kent General Hospital, where Mr. Wilson, house surgeon, discovered by the marks on her boots and clothing, that she w an inmate ...

28th August, 1867. ALMANACK FOR I*7o

... provide proper offices. west Kent General and Kent County Ophthalmic Hoshitals. —Wo are pleased announce that the following sums have been handed over in aid of the above (institutions by Mr. J. R. Raggett, station master, Maidstone, being the result of the ...

LONDON BRIDGE,

... Wise, Prince of Wales, Montpolior-road, Blackheath C. Lightfoot, Fleur do Lis, Sittingbonruo. Maidstone, Kent. Principal Agent and 2, High-street, Maidstone, John Spooner, Manager; J. Gibson, Admiral Gordon, Tonbridgo-road ; C. Bonner, Union Flag, Un ...

TONBRIDGE

... of the local police force. At the same time, they also presen;cd to the Police Library valuable selection of books. The 17th Kent Rifle Voi.r steers. —The . annal report of the Tunbridge Wells corps for the past year has been issued. It commences by expressing ...

CTATION

... Wise, Princeof Wales, Montpelier-road, Blackheath ; C. Lightfoot, Fleur Lis, Sittingbourao. Maidstone, Kknt. Principal Agent and oe|«6t 2, High-street, Maidstone, John Spooner, Manager; J. Gibson, Admiral Gordon, Tonbridge-road; C. Bonner, Union Flag, ...

County Intelligence

... Thursday morning, the accident it appeared having caused severe i co ncussion of the brain. Mr Delasaux, the i cetoner for East Kent, was comuiuuicated with ; ; but, the death was so clearly the result of a pure accident he did not consider it necessary to ...

Published: Saturday 08 January 1870
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 5496 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none