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... Hotel, New Brompton ; Golden Lion, Old Brompton; the place of sale; of J. W. Men pee, Eeq., Solicitor, Maidstone ; and at the Auctioneer’s office*, 28, Uigb-rtreet, Maidstone. ALDERNEY COWS AND YEARLINGS. ADDINGTON PLACE. NEAR MAIDSTONE, ME. W. DAY, Jan. ...

CASE OK ASSAULT

... Management m tho society. Maidstone, August'.'4th. 1*71.” Society por the Employment and Improved 1.0 Hop Pickers -—Notice ! Experience.! hop-pickers pood character mav arof enga-cmen's, free of charge, for th'* hoppicking in Kent, by applying the agent* ...

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... HENNIKER, A.H.A., (Profesaor from the Royal Academy, and Organist of Trinity Church, Maidstone), Attends Pupils their Residences lus Residence. Haydn Vi la, Boaley-ioad, Maidstone. . BELGRAVE HOUSE, NEW ROAD, CHATHAM. trtHE MISSES PIKE, assisted by competent ...

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... in December. Maidstone Stock MAUKKT.— There was moderate supply of stock at this market Tuesday last. Trade was slow. Be.-t beef, ss. Hd., ; mid ilings ditto. 5s 5«. M. j Down wether mutton, 7s. to 7*. 4d.; Kent ditto, 6s. *i. to 7s. ; Kent ewes 6s. 6s ...

LOCAL /NTELLI O K N tl K

... hop-growers will be held the Star Hotel. Maidstone, on Thursday, the 25th Inst., to consider the increased coov charged on the sale of hops. The Maidstone Farmers’ Gli b.—The annual general meeting of the Maidstone Farmers’ Club will he held on Thursday ...

TO THE BENEVOLENT

... Esq., M.D., Maidstone ; the Rev. D. D. Stewart, All Saints* Vicarage, Maidstone ; at the office of the Maidstone and Kentish Journal, Mr R. Turner, Standard office, Snargato-street. Dover; Mr Jonathan Saunders. Sandling-road, Maidstone: or paid into ...

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

... commission. 4th Kent Rifle Volunteers.—(From Tuesday’s l.nndtm Gazette). -Lieut. G. Hudson resigns his commission ; Ensign K. Pidcock be Lieutenant, vice Hudson, who resigns. The Trades’ Demonstration.—The annual fete of the Maidstone Trades* Union was ...

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

... required. The deceased gentleman wa* well-known and esteemed throughout the whole of East Kent, although he left tho district some years ago to accept a practice Maidstone, where he became district medical officer. We have rea on to believe that the case is ...

MARDEN

... — On the Feb., at Square Hill, Maidstone, Mrs. Andrews, aged years. Back.-Ou the 6th Feb., his residence. Park House, West well, Mr. Thomas Back, ogsd years. Chittenden. —On tbe sth Feb., at Mill-street, Maidstone, Mr. Chittenden, aged 71 years. range ...

VARIETIES

... London. THE SCALt? OF COMMISSION ON HOPS MEtTISQ OF PLANTERS AT MAIDSTONE. A meeting of hoo-plantora of tho district, both nameronsly an influeutiallj attended, was held the Star Hotel, Maidstone, on Thursday afternoon, for the purpose of taking into consideration ...

FAHNINOHAM STOCK MARKET

... Tenterden ; tbo George, Rye : the Star, Maidstone; of Messrs. Wilson, Farrar, and Philpott, Solicitors ; Cranbrook ; and at the offices of the Auctioneers and Surveyors, Cranbrook, Kent. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, IN KENT. MR. JAMES COLEMAN VIDLER, is instructed ...

labourer,stealing'.M brooches, and >ix liv llartlip,on tbo 30th November; Mary Nea worn vi), stealing an ..

... Col. the Hon. Mrs. Tower being given as they left the room. The fine regimental baud performed ou the occasion. West Kent General and Kent County Ophthalmic Hospitals.— The Committee and Board of Maaagem of the above institutions gratefully acknowledge the ...