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The Archdeacon of Maidstone's AWTOBACOX M.AIDOTOXB'S CHARGE.- ! of Maidstone has added to he • listof his ..

... The Archdeacon of Maidstone's AWTOBACOX M.AIDOTOXB'S CHARGE.- ! of Maidstone has added to he • listof his published charges that delivered dotting the . present year the various centres of thTarcn! deaconry, ancLwith the valuable notes appended the ■ ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Cattle Diseases in Kent.—The following is a return of the number of animals affected by disease for the week ending the 12th inst.—Sheep Scab— Cranbrook 70, Home 101. Foot and mouth disease— Ashford 2, Seyenoaks 17. The Recent Attempted Suicide ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Pcrnrcs Art I lasses-—The annual examinations f students oi the above classes, have been held daring the past winter Maidstone, eonolnded on Thursday- The number of candidates who presented themselves for examination waa follows: —Freehand ...

MAIDSTONE

... road leading to Tovil. The property was knocked down for .£2BO. Kent Cgcnti Prisons, Maidstone.—We understand that Captain H. K. Wilson, the governor of the Kent County Prisons, at Maidstone, will probably his appointment on the lst prox.. when the new ...

MAIDSTONE

... D. Watt* E. B. Grant, and W. V. Young, Maidstone; Mr. Boots, Mr. A. Simmons, Mr. J. Potter, Mr. C. Stevens; Messrs. Albury, Martin, and Bentley (Kentish farm labourers), and others. Mr. Simmons (Secretary of Kent Labourers' Union) stated that a number ...

MAIDSTONE

... preside the annual dinner cf the Maidstone Agricultural Association, but was prevented from attending, being still unable, in consequence of his recent accident at Wrotham, to move without the aid of crutches. Ist Kent Rifle Volunteers.—Church Parade. ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. We learn with much pleasure that Charles Esq., of Maidstone ison William Hoar, Esq, surgeon i, has during the past week received tie degree M.D., in tire University of London. This is the highest distinction to be obtained in the profes sion ...

MAIDSTONE

... Thursday afternoon, the Star Hotel, Maidstone, Messrs. Tootell and. Sons offered for sale number of valuable freehold properties situated in the West Borough, under instructions from the Maidstone Gas Company and the Maidstone Local Board. Considerable interest ...

MAIDSTONE

... sentenced to one month hard labour. The assault was a violent one, a pint pot and boot being used as the offensive weapons. Flower Siiow.—The autumn show of the Maidstone Horticultural Society was held at the Skating Rink on Tuesday, and proved great ...

MAIDSTONE

... nominations await subsequent confirmation. Tue Maidstone Drainage Works.—On Saturday, Mr. Lewis Angeß, C.E., accompanied by the contractors, Messrs. Neave and Sons, and several friends from London, paid visit to Maidstone, and being there joined by Mr. J. S. Anscomb ...

MAIDSTONE

... ng with the boots worn by prisoners were discovered in the plantation from which the nuts had evidently been taken. Attempted Suicide.—On Monday morning a married man named Stephen Jacobs, lodging with his wife in Union Street, Maidstone, made a determined ...

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 ...