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TUNBRIDGE WELLS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION

... highly commended, |G. F. Lancaster Lucas, Maidstone; and E. T. Foakes, Tunbridge Wells. Game, any variety but duckwing—lst and 2nd, G. H. Fitzherbert, Otford House, Sevenoaks; highly commended, A. Warde, Maidstone, also commended. French varieties —lst ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... father's house, and received the jacket and boots produced from v There is military mark on the boots. Thomas Smith. Colour-Sergeant the Royal stationed at Walmer, deposed—The boots «luced ar e Marine boots, and are the property of Admiralty. They are ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... Sail way Tavern there. The prosecutor had bought new pair of boots that day, and be went out of the inn, leaving his boots the mantel-piece, and on his return the prisoners were gone and the boots too. Information was given the police, and the prisoner Laming ...

AGRICULTURE

... I hops are really ripe. North Kent and West X- nt are ' doing very well, and will grow a good over-average crop. Mould is not virulent here as other parts of Kent ' and lice do not occasion anxiety. Many gardens East Kent are still invested with lice, ...

DOVER and CINQUE PORTS POULTRY SHOW

... Guodwin (the Hon. Secretary to the Maidstone Poultry Show), &c, &c. The classes as a rule were well filled. There were ten entries in the coloured Dorking class, which was very good one, and included many well-known Kent exhibitors, among them Mr. Rice, ...

CANTERBURY

... with hard labour at Maidstone. Purchasing Regimental Boots.—At the City Police Court, Wednesday.before the Mayor, W.Masters, and J. G. Drury, Esqrs., William Wilson was charged with unlawfully purchasing a pair of regimental boots, i —Thomas Crooks, a ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE,

... Wednesday), the prisoner came into her shop and asked her if sh> 'I'd pair of elastic boots which would tit him. Sh» him she had uot, upon which he took a pair ot lice boots fiom off a naii on which tbey wert hanging, (she told him would nut tit him aud he ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... conduct. The Clerk having written to the guardians of unions in East Kent for their co-operation with the guardians of this Union in obtaining the erection of asylum ' tor lunatics in East Kent, letter., reply were read - from several of the Clerks applied ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... West Kent Militia, and said that the prisoner had behaved well since he had been in the East Kent Militia, and that he was sorry to have to prosecute him. Payn said tbat as soon he joined the regiment he told Wilson that he bad been in the West Kent Militia ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... emanded the prisoner until Monday. SATURDAY. CHARGE OF STEALING BOOTS. James Wilson, alias James Crofion, pensioner, was charged with stealing pair of boots, the property Crumpin Shoveler, boot mat r. Palace-street. Prosecutor stated that on the previous ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... his widow, and the amount of or thereabouts, including £100 to the Kent and C»nt-r--bury Hospital, the Canterbury Dispensaiy, the testator gives a legacy of £10 000* sterling to the Kent County Ophthalmic Hospital, the the res-due to the Royal South London ...

The Prince of Wales' levee on Monday was attended by Lord Sondes, Sir E. W. Watkin, M.P., and Colonel Leigh

... corporals Pnvates were wanted ; to complete that the West Kent 3 officers, 2 sergeants (permanent staff), and two corporals were Wanted. The East Kent enrolled and the West Kent M reserve men last year. The establishment of the East Ke>it leomanry Cavalry ...