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... Hotel, New Brompton ; Golden Lion, Old Brompton; the place of aale; of J. W. Menpes. Esq., Solicitor, Maidstone ; and at the Auctioneer's office*, High-street, Maidstone. ALDERNEY COWS AND YEARLINGS. ADDINGTON PLACE. NEAR MAIDSTONE, MU. W. DAY, Jun., has ...

BROMLEY UNION, KENT,

... Booneu IS BooU and Bhoaa 14 Boot and Shoe Msnd-15 Comer’i Ooodi 16 Cofflna 17 Hair Cutting and Shaving 18 Carriage of Goods Samples Cbeesemongerv, Orocenr, Ale, Porter, Wine, Spirita, Clothing, Hosiery. Drapery, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, and Carrier’s Goods ...

SATURDAY, SBPT. 21,1187*; r

... WALL STREET, DOVER. Every Description of Plain and Fancy Printing executed on the Premises. Agent for the nral Kent it h Journal. OLD GOLDEN MORTAR DIS A.R Y. ESTABLISHED ISU. GABRIEL FRENCH. M.P.5.G.8., PuAttJtiCEt TU’xt. Chemist, 293. HIGH STREET, CHATHAM ...

District Intelligence

... seconds, besides extra 9a. par ton for delivery. MAIDSTONE. Axothsb Fias Gould's Com.—On Sunday laat fire, the second at the same place within the past month, occurred at Gould'• Court, near Maidstone, a farm the occupation of Mr. Court. The fire brokr ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4640 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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 ...

WEST KEST CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION. SEVENOAKS DISTRICT. ILL COXSKRVAITVES receiving notices of objection, or ..

... addro>sed t« the Clerk of the Pv.aco for Kent, Sessions House, Maidstone, and bo marked on the outside cover Tender for Police and Prisou Warders* Clothing.” F. RUSSELL, Clark of the Peace for Kent. Maidstone, 20th Sept.. 1872. IN' TUE COUNTY BOROUGH ...

BOROUGH REGISTRATION

... 7tI, . TBKR. addressed to the Clerk of e for Kent, Sessions House, Maidstone, and bo JvirKed on the outside cover Tender for Police and Prison Warders Clothing.” F. RUSSELL, ~ ~ , Clerk of the Peace for Kent. udstone, 20th Sept., 1872. [1 THE COUNTY DOVOR ...

fetlrt. T° LET > Ertablnhad BUTCHER'S BU3IIHBB *t St. Cray, dobs good baity Apply to pnwnt oocapbr, TboOM ..

... Richard Crowhumt, St. M.fy aCrmy, Kent. 1144 .Tot Sal* MAIDSTONE KENT. SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, thrM tabtuntlallj'bailfc and wall finish*! FREEHOLD RESIDENCES, with lower and kitchen gardens, pleasantly situate in one the boot localities o( the town, known ...

Sevenoak:

... the forenoon. JOHN COGGER, Agent. Maiditono, 26th August, 1872. KENT QUARTER SESSIONS. 'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN> That the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of ' Kent wi'l be holden the Sessions House at Saint Augustine’s, near Canterbury ...

District Intelligence

... to have been born alive. MAIDSTONE. Firs.—At half-past three o'clock on Friday afternoon information was received at the Maidstone police station of a fire that had broken oat on Mr. Court's farm, at Gould's Court, Maidstone. An engine was immediately ...

Published: Friday 13 September 1872
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 6689 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

SAVING LIFE

... —Punch. THE HOP HARVEST IN KENT. The Special Correspoudest of the Doily New, writing from Ditton, near Maidatomt, gives the followin4 tut/resting account of the hop harvest In Kent:— I should like well to be • bop-farmer of Kent thie year. The genial, p ...

Published: Saturday 28 September 1872
Newspaper: East Kent Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 3775 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

AGRICULTURE,

... did assailant, and the authorities have clue not go bv THE HOP HARVEST IN KENT. FEET-WIPING A correspondent of the Daily News pives the following description of hop-picking: in Kent, and tno feet-wiping performance practised upon novices : The walk was right ...