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NOTICE OF EARLY CLOSING. HERNE BAY. THE DRAPERY, GROCERY, OUTFITTING, and BOOT and SHOE ESTABLISHMENTS WILL BE ..

... any such Orders will bo heard by thoCommittee F. RUSSELL, . . _ Clerk of the Peace for Kent, bessions House, Maidstone, 23.-d September, 1875. AVHITSTABLE, KENT. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr. G. BROWNING WILL SELL BY AUCTION, the BEAR AND KEY HOTEL, WHITST\BLE ...

NOTICE OP EAELY CLOSING. HERNE BAY. THE GBOCEBY, OUTFITTING, and BOOT and SHOE ESTABLISHMENTS WILL BE CLOSED ..

... FARLEY, VALUATION & ESTATE AGENT, PAEADE, HERNE BAY. KENT GENERAL SESSION. ANNUAL GENERAL SES SION, under an Act passed in t ho year 181 i, for enabling tho Just ices of tho Peace for the County of Kent to hold General Session annually, or oftener, for levying ...

THE CANTERBURY CATTLE AND POULTRY SHOWS

... Turning to the Kent Sheep, the visitor found small but most excellent show, several of the great breedera of the county being represented, although none of the sheep which were sent to Smithfield were present. Some of the exhibitors of Kent sheep had clipped ...

THE CANTERBURY FAT CATTLE AND POULTRY SHOWS

... Prise of Two Guineas and a Second Prize of One Guinea for the best Collection of Boots (four varieties) Six Boots of each variety to be exhibited, including Sutton's Golden Tankard New Yellow Fleshed Mangel, to be grown from Seed supplied them.—lst, £2 ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... testimonial fund, per Lord Sydney, chairman; the balance was A' 49 14s. divided between the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, the West Kent Hospital, and the Kent County Ophthalmic Hospital. The Horticultural Society.—We have much pleasure in announcing that ...

CANTERBURY

... pair of boots, which was furnished with. the in3t. accused was and went away without giving the coat and boots He knew they were only his property during the time he was the guardians' employ.—Mrs. Hearsey proved tha„ the aocused pledged the boots produced ...

RAMSGATE

... U. Hoar, R. Hoar, and F. R. Ilowlett (Maidstone), G. Foord-Kelcey (Margate), S. H. King (Maidstone), E. Lake (Gravesend), G. Lockyer (Deptford), C. J. Mercer (Ramsgate), .1. W. Menpes and J. Monckton (.Maidstone), W. S. Norton (West Mailing), R. I'idcock ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... case they contended that the good intentions of the West Kent Magistrates would operate most injuriously towards East Kent The saving of xp estl mated Mr. Wilson to amount to per annum Maidstone; giving the St. Augustine's gaol £1700 ; the earnings of ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... 11, Wrotham; June 13, Chevening; June 14 Farningham; June 18, Harrietsham; June 19, All Saints, Maidstone; June 19, Boxley; June 20, St. Philip's Maidstone; June 21. Sutton Valence; June 21, Ulcomb; June 25, Wingham; July Lydd; July 3, Wittersham; July ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... coonty of Kent. Mr. Robert Furley, writing in Notes and Queries orj the subject of the capital town of Kent, says—After the Restoration the town of Maidstone became the assize town, and as tho assizes ceased to be held at Canterbury, Maidstone must be ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... having predeceased him by few years. Our Maidstone contemporaries have kindly notices of the deceased gentleman. The Maidstone Journal says—His loss is deeply regretted by a large circle of friends in East and Mid Kent, where he was most popular from his ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... of stealin* pair boots, belonging to Messrs. Pocock of 8? Marsaret's-street. It appeared from the evidence an assistant that between six and seven o'clock Saturday night, the prisoner went into prosecutor'a shop, and tried on pair boots. As soon as he had ...