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MAIDSTONE POLICE COURT

... MAIDSTONE POLICE COURT. TotaDAT.— Before J. H. Hill.. E«q. (Mayor) in tho Chur, D. S. White, K*,„an,l F. PinT&i ».M^ TO^l , 0U K ' ,rr Wllli,m Hick O’Dowda, of ° 1 mm y o 1 the police-courts in Kent and bonne* wan churned with wandenno abroad to B^‘* ...

«, ASHFORD ROAD, MAIDSTONE

... White Lion, Tenterden ; the George, Kye,; the Maidstone ; of Messrs. Wilson. Farrar, and Phil port, Solicitors ; Cranbrook ; and at the offices of the Auctioneer* and Surveyors, Cranbrook. Kent. 148 NEWCHURCH, KENT. ROMNEY MARSH. Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE,known ...

6. ASHFORD ROAD. MAIDSTONE

... and Sons, Laud Surreyors and Vainers, 67. King-street. Maidstone. [ l.^* KENT. Id the Parish of East Peckham. MESSRS. TOOTELL & SONS are directed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Star Hotel. Maidstone, on THURSDAY, Jok 27th, 1872. 30 o’clock precisely in one ...

Maidstone

... Maidstone. • Driving into a Volunteer Corps. —At the Maidstone Petty Sessions, on Tuesday last, before the Mayor (J. H. Hills, Esq.), C. Arkcoll, C. Ellis, and J. Clifford. Esqre., Charles Richard Farley, horse-dealer, was summoned on two informations ...

Published: Tuesday 30 July 1872
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1865 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE POLICE COURT

... MAIDSTONE POLICE COURT. Tubsdat.—Before J. H. Hills, Esq. (Major), F. Pine, Esq., and W. Laurence, Esq. Allbgbo EMBBZZMtMKNT.— A young man. named Henry Cheeteman, was charged with having embexzled various sums of money belonging to his master, Mr. J. ...

Maidstone

... Maidstone. The Robbeet from Draper’s Shop. —At the Petty Sessions on Saturday week, Amelia Honey and Fanny Re If were charged on remand with stealing a pair of boots, value 12a. 9d., the property of Messrs. Paine and Dan-ant, High Street, on the 15th ...

Published: Tuesday 02 January 1872
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 345 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE ft KENTISH JOURNAL, NOV. 11, 1872

... MAIDSTONE ft KENTISH JOURNAL, NOV. 11, 1872. careful surrey of these ingenious manufactures, together with aome mental reference to social statistics will not unnaturally lead to the oonriction that the most remunerative department of the electroplater’s ...

Q-EORQ-E SHORT. HATTER, GLOVER. SHIRT MAKER, &c., 12, MIDDLE-ROW (next to the Old Post Office), HIGH STREET, ..

... Q-EORQ-E SHORT. HATTER, GLOVER. SHIRT MAKER, &c., 12, MIDDLE-ROW (next to the Old Post Office), HIGH STREET, MAIDSTONE, BEGS to make known ‘.hat he has, in consequence of a large increase in his business, REMOVED from Bank-sireeC to more convenient premises ...

MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, JAN. 22, 1872-

... MAIDSTONE & KENTISH JOURNAL, JAN. 22, 1872- Oq Thursday, Elizabeth Wain, 22, and Loui|a Wain, 13, mera charged with stealing two pairs of boots from the shop of Mr. E. Buck, of High-street, on Saturday. The younger prisoner pawned a pair at Mr. E. A. ...

aEN INT SEEDS, THOMAS EOSE NUBSEB.IES-, ASHFORD, AND OLD-ESTABLISHED TTHSEJEUT, MAIDSTONE, to Announce the ..

... NUHE THE PUBLIC Ant CAUTIONED AGAINST . . .- - ?.'*. jkrj» THE EAST KENT COUNTY NFWSPAPER. THE KENTISH OBSERVER, The Largest and most extensively circulated Newspaper East Kent. ESTABLISHED 1832. EST PRICE. consequence of Redaction the Postage paid ...