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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

... 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 ...

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 ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... coonty of Kent. Mr. Robert Furley, writing in Notes and Queries orj the subject of the capital town of Kent, says—After the Restoration the town of Maidstone became the assize town, and as tho assizes ceased to be held at Canterbury, Maidstone must be ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... of stealin* pair boots, belonging to Messrs. Pocock of 8? Marsaret's-street. It appeared from the evidence an assistant that between six and seven o'clock Saturday night, the prisoner went into prosecutor'a shop, and tried on pair boots. As soon as he had ...

KENTISH ELECTION INTELLIGENCE

... Sydney Waterlow at the ensuing election members of Parliament for Maidstone. The candidature of Mr. Boot.-. Chairman of the Sent Agricultural Labourers' Union, and a member of the Maidstone School Board, bas been announced in the Times—of course in the ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... meeting of the Board of Management of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital on Friday last, Mr. Samuel J. Thomson was elected House Surgeon, vice Mr. F. T. Atkins resigned. Thk Militia.—(From Tuesday's Gazette).— West Kent.—Capt. John Duncan Cameron, from the 2nd ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... a numerous body of persons will be entirely deprived of a holiday which in times past was looked upon as carnival for East Kent, and ia still looked for anticipation by many, that remedial measures should first be tried, that the drinking booths should ...

THE ST. LEGER

... story of the Irish sea fisheries should be so persistently one of retrogression. Departure of Hop-pickers from Kent. The hop-picking ia Kent this year has proved an exceptionally short one, and large numbers of persons who have been brought down from London ...

MARGATE

... The Mounted Rifles.—ln addition to the East Kent Regiment of Yeomanry coming to Margate on the 18th inst. for their week's permanent duty, it is currently reported here there is a probability of the West Kent Regiment joining them. It is said that the ...

RAMSGATE

... pair of boots, value 10s., the property of Mrs. Mary Ann Edwards, a visitor staying at No. 1, Kent Terrace, Ramsgate. Prisoner had been a servant in that house for few days, but was discharged on the previous Thursday. After she left the boots were missed ...