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MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Cattle Diseases in Kent.—The following is a return of the number of animals affected by disease for the week ending the 12th inst.—Sheep Scab— Cranbrook 70, Home 101. Foot and mouth disease— Ashford 2, Seyenoaks 17. The Recent Attempted Suicide ...

MAIDSTONE

... D. Watt* E. B. Grant, and W. V. Young, Maidstone; Mr. Boots, Mr. A. Simmons, Mr. J. Potter, Mr. C. Stevens; Messrs. Albury, Martin, and Bentley (Kentish farm labourers), and others. Mr. Simmons (Secretary of Kent Labourers' Union) stated that a number ...

Maidstone

... Maidstone. The Arrival ravesekd. —The first Kent (Maidstone) Rifle Volunteers loft Maidstone by an early train on Saturday morning and assisted in lining the route taken the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh at Gravesend ; a troop of the 7th Hussars, and ...

Published: Tuesday 10 March 1874
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 995 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MAIDSTONE

... ng with the boots worn by prisoners were discovered in the plantation from which the nuts had evidently been taken. Attempted Suicide.—On Monday morning a married man named Stephen Jacobs, lodging with his wife in Union Street, Maidstone, made a determined ...

KENT ECHO

... does not remember such a flow of water in the Downs. MAIDSTONE. Kent Volunteer Association.—The annual meeting of the Kent Volunteer Association was held on Thuwday last, at the Star Hotel, Maidstone. The chair was occupied by Lieut.•Colonel Groves, President ...

Published: Friday 27 March 1874
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1696 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

KENT ECHO

... KENT ECHO. KENT GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. the Kent General SMsion, on Thursday last, the Chief Constable reported at some length on the operation of the Licensing Act of 1872. In Capt. Buxton's opinion Lord Aberdare's much abused measure hu worked the ...

Published: Friday 03 July 1874
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1334 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

WEST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS

... WEST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS. These sessions were commenced yesterday (Thursday), and were continued to-day, before J. G. Talbot, Esq., M.P., at Maidstone. Mary Furness, was acquitted of stealing £io, at Gillingham. Emily Fry, 20, servant, pleaded guilty ...

Published: Friday 23 October 1874
Newspaper: Kent & Sussex Courier
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 729 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

VIE EAST KENT. FAVERSIIIII. AND SITTINGBOURNL GAZETM

... VIE EAST KENT. FAVERSIIIII. AND SITTINGBOURNL GAZETM as see so reams why the Court should remove the paste and paper used the instrument of obliteration rather than ink used for the wine purpose. I shall therefore give no directions on the subject so ...

Published: Saturday 05 December 1874
Newspaper: East Kent Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 6271 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none

KENT COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

... KENT COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. Th» adjourned meetine of the Managing Cammittee oftha Kent County Cricket Club bald at the Golden Cross Hotel, Charing Cross, on Monday last. In the absence of the Hon. G. W. Milles (President), Lord Harris was unanimously voted ...

Published: Saturday 07 March 1874
Newspaper: Thanet Advertiser
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1261 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

THE CANTERBURY FAT CATTLE AND POULTRY SHOWS

... Prise of Two Guineas and a Second Prize of One Guinea for the best Collection of Boots (four varieties) Six Boots of each variety to be exhibited, including Sutton's Golden Tankard New Yellow Fleshed Mangel, to be grown from Seed supplied them.—lst, £2 ...

THE KENTISH GAZETTE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1874

... applause. Lord then proposed ” The health of the Mayor of Maidstone,” which was drunk with enthusiasm, and his Worship briefly replied in appropriate terms. The Chairman then gave Prosperity to the Maidstone Agricultural Association,” which, he said, was the ...

Published: Tuesday 10 November 1874
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 6622 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

AURICULTURB

... The only exception to this rule have gone so far. Mr. Chance: You also ask for pro. was inadvertently made in the case of • golden ceedinge against Mrs. Crawoour for detaining some sweetmeat box, bearing the Russell arms, and found document's. What are ...