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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 ...

KENT COUNTY POULTRY ASSOCIATION

... KENT COUNTY POULTRY ASSOCIATION. The first exhibition nnder the auspices of the above I Association, waa held on Wednesday and Thursday last in the spacious covered premises the Bell Hotel, Maidstone, and, though the entries were very numerous, numbering ...

KENT SUMMER ASSIZES

... KENT SUMMER ASSIZES. OW-N COURT. {Before the don. G. HOUSEBREAKING 3ITTINGBOURNE. William Wilson, 32, groom, indicted for housebreaking and stealing albs, bacon and two pairs of boots, the property of Mr. George Longe, Miltonnext-Sittingbourne, on 25th ...

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 ...

AGRICULTURE

... Picxxbs.—ln anticipation of large influx of people from the East-End of London into Kent, during the hop-picking season, a number of gentlemen, with the rector of Maidstone at their head, hsve formed themselves into committee for the employment, and improvement ...

CRICKET

... Sussex, at Maidstone, (return) „ 17—Kent v. ILC.C, Lord's. „ 24—Kent v. Surrey, at the Oval. Aug. v. Lancashire, Manchester (return). Canterbury Grand Week— Aug. 7 A B—North8 —North v. South. „ 9 A 10—MC.C. v. Kent. „ 12—I Z. v. Geutlemeu of ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... the various public bodies, and at about half past one the procession left the North Transept in the following order: sth and Kent Rifle Volunteers. Town Sergeants bearing the mace and sword. The Mayor. The Mayor's Chaplain, the Rev. J. S. Sidebotham. The ...

CANTERBURY

... the Cathedral, the Mayor being absent:—Aldermen Austin, Marten, Bateman, and W. J. Cooper; and Councillors Coppin, Dance, Boots, Lyons, Beer, and Crow. The procession was accompanied by the Clerk of the Peace and other officers of the Corporation. The ...

BOUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... Clinch's offer, and the only question was .13 the fence. Mr. Linom objected to the erection of anything approaching to fence. Mr. Boots, considering the offer was very reasonable one, recommended its reception. The Town Clerk.—Then we had better secure the same ...

ASHFORD FAT CATTLE & POULTRY SHOWS

... Down sheep, and Earl Darnley a pen of West Country Downß. These pens Downs were more attractive to the eye than the pens of Kent sheep; the animals were, indeed, beautiful creatures, and prepared for exhibition with much care. They attracted a very large ...

AGRICULTURE

... AGRICULTURE. THE CORN TRADE. The beautiful and copious rains the past week have really been golden showers for the country, though some early haymakers have been caught the midst their work, but perhaps with little damage eventually to their samples. ...