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... 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


... Union for the twelve months Chairman, Mr. G. Boots, Maidstone; vice-chairman, Mr. Albury, labourer, Coxheath ; treasurer, Mr. F. Masters, Maidstone; honorary secretary, Mr. A. Simmons, Grecian Villa, Maidstone ; trustees, Mr. Edmetfe (labourer, Leeds), ...

Published: Tuesday 02 July 1872
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 711 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


... had examined the spots and fibres - o° the boots, and also the spots the coat The > spots on the boots appeared to be brood, hot ea examining them he found they were not Mood. There, were also fibres on the boots which bore the ' sppearance of human haw ...


... KENT SUMMER ASSIZES. Th‘. cimmiis'k'ii opened Siiturday afternoon l;,st Mr. Martin, who arrived in Maidstone l,v the I’addoek train, due at 2.30, and was met >.V S r J„1 1U Croft, bait.. High Shciitf. F. Scudamore, E-o', acting under sheriti, Ate., Ace ...


... Mid and West Kent, and Labourers from these districts were formed into temporary Committee, and had compiled a set of rules, which had been submitted to and alopted by public meeting of labourers at Maidstone. Tbe first object of the Kent Union was to ...

Published: Friday 19 July 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1088 | Page: 4 | Tags: none


... 4 buglers band.-12th Kent (Dart ford)-Captain W. Shadbolt, Lieutenant C. N. Kidd, 5 sergeants, 57 rank and file.—lDth Kent iKochester—Captain J. L. Cuthbertnon, Lieutenant J. Langston, 4 sergeants, 35 rank and file.— dl?t Kent (Uoda Castle)—Captain P ...


... arduous. Prom Tonbridge travel inwards towards Tndeley, Golden Green, iiadlow, and surrounding places. heard no complaints at Tudeley, for the simple reason that there was foundation for any, while Golden Green and Hadlow the prospect was calculated to cheer ...


... ardnona From Tonbridge we tr.yel inward, toward. Tod a ley, Golden Green, Hadlow, and tniranndinf pUoao. heard complaint, Tod.ley, for the simple mean tbnt then wn no foundation for any, while Golden Green end Hallow the prospect wee calculated to cheer (be ...

Local Intelligence

... Sessions for Kent, held on Saturday last, tender from the Kent Coal Company for the supply of Clay Cross coal at 255. per ton, and ths best steam ooal at 225. per ton, St. Augustine's prison, was accepted. Additional Lunatic Asylum tor Kent.—At the adjourned ...

Published: Friday 26 July 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 3441 | Page: 2 | Tags: none


... 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 ...


... Anson, Mr Arbu»hnot, &c. On Wednesday His Royal Highness took his departure for London from the Maidstone station by the 12.35 p.m. train, on the North Kent lino, having been driven from Linton Place in Lord carriage, accompanied his lordship and several ...