MAIDSTONE A KENTISH JOURNAL, JUNE 26, 1871

... the mote distant grounds in East Kent. We may here digress to observe that a piece or two of forward hops looked us, if anything, more backward than the later and finer ones ; but all tho plantations wo visited in East Kent, had vermin more or less, and ...

MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOUBNAL, OCT. 30. iB7l

... MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOUBNAL, OCT. 30. iB7l AGRICULTURAL MEETING*. ORPINGTON AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA- On Wednesday, the 25th October, the nineteenth anniversary of the Orpiugton and neighbouring parishes Agriculture Association, for the promotion and enc ...

MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1871

... MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1871. ammond, J. Wagon. J. French, W. Usher, J. Usher, J. Perrin, T. Baker, i. Duct, B-er, (Canterbury), T. Longhurst, J. Hodge*, G. Barton, J. Hall, T. M. Foy, J. . Apps, T. Wriglit, N. Paddon, «kc., «tc ...

BIRTHS. On the 18th inst, at the Custom II .use, Stone-street, Maidstone, the wife of' Richards, of a daughter. On

... Elizabeth, the daughter of Mr T. of Union-street, Maidstone. DEATHS. On the 20th inst, at the Rose and Crown Yd High-street, Maidstone, Mrs Sarah aged 3i. On the 12th inst, at the West Kent General Hi* pital, Maidstone, Mr Chamming, aged 07. On the 17th inst, ...

Published: Saturday 24 June 1871
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: FamilyNotice | Words: 496 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, OCT. 9. 1»71

... MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, OCT. 9. 1»71 TITNBRIDGK wells agricultural a a The annual meting theTnubridgo AgrieUond übiety waa bel.l «ry aucCMafully Fn.lay. Tlio we. ] •h, wan aomewhat clouJy and threatening, tml fortunately .hi .howera which foil in ...

MAIDSTONE k KENTISH JOURNAL, MAY 29, 1871

... MAIDSTONE KENTISH JOURNAL, MAY 29, 1871. audience in excellent humour, and this highly suocesaful entertainment was concluded with “Jones’s Musical Party,” sung by Mr. Goo. consequence of the concert being prolonged until so late an hour, many among the ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. West Kent General Hospital. —The committee gratefully acknowledge the receipt of a collection at harvest thanksgiving at Horsmonden church, amounting to £ll 2a. Id., by the Rev. Hnarh F. Smith-Mar riott; also of a parcel of Illustra ed N® vs ...

Published: Saturday 28 October 1871
Newspaper: Kentish Mercury
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2811 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Maidstone County Court

... TUESDAY, July 11th. Maidstone Gas Conpuvj v. Hounsloto.—ln this case t he Maidstone Gas Company sued Mr Hounslow for a sum £3 lis Bd, for gas supplied. Mr Hills said the defendant had consumed a quantity gas supplied him by the Maidstone Gas Company, during ...

Published: Saturday 15 July 1871
Newspaper: Maidstone Telegraph
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4303 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE POUCE COURT

... asked her sifter to buy a pair of boots for her, but her sister being afraid of getting too late for the train gave the money to prisoner’s son, with the old shoe which she had for guide, and he went in aud bought the boots. The lad was called in corroboration ...

MAIDSTONE IMPROVEMENTS

... assistance was once obtained, and the injured young man was afterwards taken to the West Kent General Hospital. The Tonic Sol-fa Association.—The members the Maidstone Tonic Sol-fa Association hadarery pleasant picnic party on Wednesday afternoon, in Vinters ...

MAIDSTONE

... unlooked-for manner, was heard on Tuesday at the Maidstone Sessions House, before the Earl of Romney and a full bench of magistrates. A man named James tioneyeett prosecuted Steplies Whybwrys, a member of the Kent County Constabulary. for an alleged aggravated ...

Published: Saturday 09 September 1871
Newspaper: East Kent Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1053 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Maidstone and Kentish JonmaL

... Maidstone and Kentish JonmaL No. Monday, March 6, 1871. KENT QUARTER SESSIONS. oeiving tea pot, value 10a. the property Mr, John Plummer, at the same time and place. Mr; Meade prosecuted, and Mr. Ormerod defended. The last case was first gone into, and ...