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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^‘* ...

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 ...

THE BUDGET

... E,|[. There were about 600 volunteers present, in eight companies, vis., sth and 6th Kent (Canterbury), 16tb Kent (Sittingbourne), 29th Kent (Ashford), Stlth Kent (Wingham), the 2nd C.P.B.V. (Bamsgatc) 7th C.P.E. V. (Margate), the C.P.E.V. (Dover), and ...

Published: Tuesday 02 April 1872
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4898 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

SPECIAL SHOW OF MANTLES & MILLINERY

... ALKIN (late of Clapham, S.W). For term:* apply at The Cottage,” Bearstead, near Maidstone. Kent. Mr Alkin attends in Maidstone daily, SITTING BOURNE, SHKPPY, AND MAIDSTONE PLOUGHING MACHINERY. CHITTENDEN, KNIGHT. & CO., prepared to make arrangements with ...

THE TRADE SUPPLIED HARRY BTJNYARX), BULL COU RT, 63, TOOLEY STREET. 126] LONDO N, B.E;

... inform the public that SUBSCRIPTIONS toward* the above object will received at the Maidstone and Kentish Journal Office, Maidstone ; by Mr. S. J. Bartlett, Weekstreet, Maidstone ;at the Star and by Mr. Jonatlian Saunders, Hon. Sec., SPECIAL NOTICE. W. ALCOCK ...

THE KENTISH GAZETTE, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 187&

... require pair of boots you naturally call upon the cobbler(laughter)—for if you attempt to make a gun, a coat, or a pair of boots yourself I take it that the gun will most probably explode in yonr bands, while as to the coat and the boots you will cut very ...

Published: Tuesday 23 April 1872
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 6860 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

District Intelligence

... of boots, value 18*. , the property of Mr. William Harria, St. Margaret's Rank. Mr. Marsham appeared for the prosecution.—William Harris deposed th»t he was in his shop fie night in question, and hearing a noise looked op, and saw gap in row boots hanging ...

Published: Friday 12 April 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4309 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

District Intelligence

... was I in the hands of the detective officers.—Daniel Mur\ phy, a shoeblack, proved that the prisoner, after | having his boots cleaned by him, sent witness to the coffee-house with the piece of paper in question.— The prisoner, who craved the mercy of ...

Published: Friday 19 April 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4689 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LEWISHAM BRIDOB

... upon the proposition of Mr. Barbr, seconded by Mr. Roots, it was decided to advertise it in the Maidstone and Kentish South- Eastern Gazette, and Maidstone Telegraph, rituattons ?»Hantrt. *.* Advertisements for .Servants wanting Situations arc chaipcil ...

BREECH LOADING GUNS FKOM BIX TO THI :tt guineas

... OLIVER and CO.. MAIDSTONE and MALLING. TOWN ARMS MACHINF. PRINTING OFFICE. JAMES DICKEBOV TEBSON. _ PRINTER ic.. ii, TOWNWALL STREET, DOVER. Every Description of Plain and Fancy Printing executed on the Premises. Agent for the Maidstone and Kentish Journal ...