THE HARVEST AND THE CROPS

... after a peculiarly damp and cold July ripened all the grain crops together. The sun, to mate up for lost time, imparted a golden hue to every field with the celerity that brought perplexity even to farm capitalists intelligence. Instances came to our ...

Published: Tuesday 29 August 1871
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1251 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

SXT3H7ESSES FOR DISPOSAL, &C

... ye’s-Walk, Old Kent-road. a BOOT Trade.—Wanted active Young Man for Shop, and Clicking. 8, Bruns wick-place, Wvndham-toad, Camberwell. BOOT Trade.—Good General Repairer wanted : constant employment. Apply 88, Bermondsey-street, B.E. BOOT and Shoo Trade ...

Published: Monday 14 August 1871
Newspaper: Clerkenwell News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5933 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE DAYS’ DOINGS

... is often curious, sometimes is juries’ justice, and instance of such a curiosity is to bo found in the proceedings at the Maidstone Assizes. superintendent of police, last year in March received from woman named Mary James a sum of .£2jo. He promised to ...

Published: Saturday 05 August 1871
Newspaper: The Days' Doings
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2105 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

WATEKINGBURY. REGA 7 T A

... Lieut, lloskyus (Stroke) E. r.allwey (Cox). Maidstone Boat 'tub - Blaek and lied. I. A. 11. R. Hallewes (Bow) i, H. Muncktou 3. E. Hills 4. 11. Rousted ■Strok* ) E. Hoar (Cox). Alexandra Boat Club (Maidstone) - Red awl While Crot*. I. T. R. (Bow) 2. R ...

LIVERPOOL, BRAZIL, and RIVER PLATE MAIL STEAMERS, en the _d, 10th. and 20th of each Month, under Po tai Oontraot

... Twickenham, Middlesex. Ma_.ai.i.\h Dike: i .-William Baglehole, 23, SuvEitiNTENi irough, Kent. SoLK'ITORH.— Me-. „-•• circus. EC. Auuitohs.— Messrs. ii_lit. Cowper 'b -court, Kent. Temporary c etidon, E.C. ABRIDGED Tills Company is formed lor tb currying out on ...

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29,

... subject *ea-slckn«ia. Good reference from e, ‘Mr ?A p^„H.n been several time* uj>on sea.-Addrcm A. U.G., 10. Itamiaustreet. Maidstone. Kent. - ANTED, a SJTUAIION a porkbutcher, a resprcisble family, by a Young Man. who thoroughly op all the brancucs the busluess ...

COTTON STATISTICS AOT, 1868. The Secretary the Board Trade forwards the following return, under the Cotton ..

... bales. THE HOP TRADE V KENT, Aug. 17. Mr J. Tebos furnishes the following : X ABNHAM.—Since the hot weather the hope in good pounds have made a little improvement, Vut threefourths of the plantation* will scarcely grow a hop. MID KENT.—In the parish of Tovii ...

WEDHESDST

... Woolwich, was charged with stealing pair boots. Talus 7s, the property of Charles ford, shoo maker, Ilf High Street, Woolwich, who said the prisoner came his shop the previous night aai asked for pair of boots. A pair was shown, after eaamining them, ...

Published: Saturday 26 August 1871
Newspaper: Kentish Independent
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4565 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL.—FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1871

... the Port George Railway Station. roan named English, late superintendent of the Kent County Constabulary, was Friday sentenced seven years’ penal servitude, at the Maidstone assize, for having unlawfully appropriated t ...

Published: Friday 04 August 1871
Newspaper: Shepton Mallet Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 5217 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE YORK MURDER

... J. Williams, and M. C. Wilson. Mr. Cusins retains the appoints meat of conductor. At Lincoln assizes, on Tuesday. wctlfthif boot' maker obtained £BOO damages for injuries received on the Lenox hire and Yorkshire R ailway by himself and his wife. The N ...

Published: Wednesday 02 August 1871
Newspaper: Leicester Guardian
County: Leicestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5098 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DEVITT and MOORE'S AUSTRALIAN LINE of CLIPPER rACKETS.— The following high-classed VESSELS a>d favourite ..

... Hall. Qneenborough, Kent. Bankers. — London and County Bonk. Solicitors.— Messis. Walters and Gush. 3, Finsburycirius, E C. Auditors.— Messrs. Simpson, Harper, and Bright, Cowper' s-court, Cornhill. E.C. Works- Queenborough, Kent. Temporary Offices— 23 ...