2HR NORTH BRITL9H AGRICULTURIST

... foundation-stone of the new Ste ech Room. DISCOVERY A SKELETON.—A few days ago the men employed in widening the foot of Maidstone Ilridg,e, where three houses have been taken down, discovered a skeleton. It was only a few feet from the surface of the ...

Published: Wednesday 08 July 1874
Newspaper: North British Agriculturist
County: Midlothian, Scotland
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NORTH BRITISH DAILY MAIL, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1873,

... corpses ' of hie occurades, or did the deliverer come as be dropped hie pea? Nobody knows, nor will ever , know. At the Maidstone Assizes, on Thursday, • I good•looking girl, named Maria Wright, stated to be only 18 years of age, pleaded guilty to stealing ...

Published: Monday 28 July 1873
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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SUBURBAN BURGHS. WORTH BRITISH DAILY

... county of Stirling. The hest deliverance is dated Nov. hi. The meet. iVitdele;riadt;tee tad commissioners will be held i in the Golden Lion Hotel, Stirli, Nov. 24, at 3' o'clook.—Thon Gibson, solicitor, Falkirk, agents Aut. rt Neil, sometime coaehhoihter in ...

Published: Saturday 18 November 1876
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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THE UNEMPLOTE.D FUND

... Union, his employer's son, was yesterday committed to take his trial at next Maidstone assizes. THE KENT LABOURERS' STRialt„—The union leaders state that the labourers' strike in Kent is extending, over 900 being now on the fonds. TM union is making every ...

Published: Wednesday 25 December 1878
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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GENERAL NEWS

... o'clock in the carrying • long rod sharpened at one end. A rod wan found in his house besmeared blood and hair. ales pair of boots which commend with the marks la the field. A veteri(p.m surgeon said the tows' inte.tinee bad been federated with some sharp ...

Published: Monday 06 August 1877
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
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THE ARBROATH GUIDE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1877

... look upon and me gradually Molting into her grave by slow torture that poor unhappy creature whom you Rent to her rest. The 'boots of the mob which aourded like theorise, t this moment distinctly heard in the Court, The JUDGE—I desire not more than to harrow ...

Published: Saturday 29 September 1877
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2549 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Ono of the most interesting annual reports 'issued is that of the General Pest-office, supplying information as ..

... might be made. Th%. inquiry was accordingly adjourned. A SPAULT ON A LUNATIC PATIENT.-.—At the Maidstone Borough Police-court, Stephen Shaw, an attendant at the Kent County Lunatic Asylum, at Banning-heath, has been charged with assaulting and ill-treating ...

Published: Saturday 22 August 1874
Newspaper: Sheerness Times Guardian
County: Kent, England
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DUNDER

... injuries which proved fatal. ABERDEEN. THEFT BY A MILL GIRL ANII tho Police Court on Friday--before Bailie C. Smith— Elepet Kent, a young girl residing in Albion Street, was charged with stealing some cotton flock from the Banner Mill ; and Marjory Laing ...

Published: Wednesday 17 March 1875
Newspaper: North British Agriculturist
County: Midlothian, Scotland
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THE ARBROATH GUIDE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1871

... the moors, disreputable Leedom &Tarte also for a time. It goes ii-hoppnig. Down in Kent in the month of September you may meet the biggest blackguards out. side Maidstone. or any other Jul.i The cadger (by which we mean the itinerant ne'erdomreel, who begs ...

Published: Saturday 07 October 1871
Newspaper: Arbroath Guide
County: Angus, Scotland
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Sheerness Watermen's Fares. e the to the places under- mentioned, or to any ship or vessel there, with a pair

... London&London forward Faversham, Sittingbrne, p. m. p. m. p. m. p. me Rochester,and Chatham 2 10 225 230 140 Dover, Maidstone, and places in Kent Chatham, Dartford, London, Gravesend, Roches- I Sittingbourne, dtc 18 0 830 835 730 a. m. Sunday Anvils no I, I-4\mM ...

Published: Saturday 01 March 1873
Newspaper: Sheerness Times Guardian
County: Kent, England
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20s WORTH OF NEW GOODS FOR 10a

... with Mr R. Reece, of Ashford, Kent, to l walk 15 miles in three hours, carrying in each hand a brick weighing not lees than Bilb. The feat came l off on Wednesday. in the presence of a large number of spectators on the Maidstone Road, just out Ashford, Mr ...

Published: Monday 19 May 1873
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3409 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

keno; bat that instances of extreme disin-

... here. I want to know where I am going; I don't care where I came from. Boots, with Patent Wire-Quilted Soles, all ages, are worn and apprmiated by all classes; also, Children's Boots, with Patent Metallic TowTice, saving 23 per cent. respectively. 54, 85 ...

Published: Saturday 07 December 1872
Newspaper: North British Daily Mail
County: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 3762 | Page: 2 | Tags: none