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aEN INT SEEDS, THOMAS EOSE NUBSEB.IES-, ASHFORD, AND OLD-ESTABLISHED TTHSEJEUT, MAIDSTONE, to Announce the ..

... NUHE THE PUBLIC Ant CAUTIONED AGAINST . . .- - ?.'*. jkrj» THE EAST KENT COUNTY NFWSPAPER. THE KENTISH OBSERVER, The Largest and most extensively circulated Newspaper East Kent. ESTABLISHED 1832. EST PRICE. consequence of Redaction the Postage paid ...

KENT. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. XOTIOB IS BUS Gl YEN >rder of the inni«l ' Ibe for nt> '- ~ Kent, held

... KENT. INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. XOTIOB IS BUS Gl YEN >rder of the inni«l ' Ibe for nt> '- ~ Kent, held *° r,e - day January, WKS'j9W that, in see. of the Industrial School* Aot, 29 and Vict. cap. US, that is the intention said Ccnrt. being the .•rise- authority ...

KENT EPIPHANY ASSIZE

... KENT EPIPHANY ASSIZE. The formal ceremony of opening the Commission f this took plaoe the Sessions House, ILiid-01 Saturday, before L :r.i Justice Cotton. , arr ived Maidstone the train due at 4.32 1 London, Chatham, find Dover met by the High Sheriff ...

KENT SPRING ASSIZE

... KENT SPRING ASSIZE. Lord Chief justice Coleridge arrived in Maidstone by the 6.58 train, South Eastern Railway, on Batesday evening, being met at the station tbe Sheriff (Edward Lloyd, Eg), the Under Sheriff (P. Scuda>nore. Esq ), and the Sheriff's Chaplain ...

KENT SUMMER ASSIZE

... KENT SUMMER ASSIZE. The Commission of the Summer Assize waa formally opened on Monday afternoon by Mr. Justice Blackburn. His Lordship arrived in Maidstone the 4.40 p.m. train, where his carriage awaited him and conveyed him to his lodgings. He was there ...

EAST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS

... EAST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS. The Midsummer Quarter Sessions for East Kent were held St. Augustine's Sessions Honse on Tuesday la3t. In the absence of the Chairman, E. H. K. Hugessen, Esq., M.P., N. H. D'Aeth, Esq., presided, and amongst tbe other magistrates ...

THE AGITATION AMONGST AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS IN KENT

... A. Simmons, editor of the Maidstone Telegraph, and who resides in Grecian Villa, situate in the neighbourhood of Wheeler-3treet, Maidstone, made hia appearance, and nroposed that Mr. G. Boots (money lender, also of Maidstone), take the chair, a proposition ...

KENT WINTER ASSIZES

... KENT WINTER ASSIZES. The commission of the peace for the Kent Winter Assizes was opened the Session Honse, Maidstone, on Saturday last, by Mr. Justice lea. His lordship arrived at the Maidstone Station of the South- Eastern the 2 pm. train from London ...

KENT SUMMER ASSIZES

... had examined the spots and fibres - o° the boots, and also the spots the coat The > spots on the boots appeared to be brood, hot ea examining them he found they were not Mood. There, were also fibres on the boots which bore the ' sppearance of human haw ...

KENT WINTER ASSIZES

... KENT WINTER ASSIZES. The commission for these Assizes was opened at the Sessions House, Maidstone on Monday morning Mr. Baron Pigott, who arrived at the Maidstone lemmas of the South Eastern Railway, shortly , c c A 0 - Eis lordship was accompanied to ...

KENT COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

... was decided that in lien of a Colts' Match, two matches be played, one at Maidstone the other at Canterbury, Kent against 16 and Captain, East Kent and Do. 16 and Captain West Kent. Resolved that the offers to play out and home matches Sussex, Lancashire ...

Opto* €awrW-«j, twelve matches played Kent this year seven have been won? last, and one drawn in favour the county

... the Home Office, that the WmterAssue for Kent will be held at Maidstone il the week ending the 3rd of November West Kent Militia.—(From Tuesday'» Gazette).—R.J. Dallin, torStolst * Fridays Cattle Diseases Kent.—During the week ending the lst inst. not ...