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MAIDSTONE

... road leading to Tovil. The property was knocked down for .£2BO. Kent Cgcnti Prisons, Maidstone.—We understand that Captain H. K. Wilson, the governor of the Kent County Prisons, at Maidstone, will probably his appointment on the lst prox.. when the new ...

MAIDSTONE

... sentenced to one month hard labour. The assault was a violent one, a pint pot and boot being used as the offensive weapons. Flower Siiow.—The autumn show of the Maidstone Horticultural Society was held at the Skating Rink on Tuesday, and proved great ...

KENT SPRING ASSIZES

... penal servitude. Prisoner : not guilty. THE CHARGE OF CHILD MURDER MAIDSTONE. Louita Dolden, 22. servant, was indicted for the wilful murder of her illegitimate male child, at Maidstone, on the 9th December. On being charged the prisoner replied, in weak ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE,

... Wednesday), the prisoner came into her shop and asked her if sh> 'I'd pair of elastic boots which would tit him. Sh» him she had uot, upon which he took a pair ot lice boots fiom off a naii on which tbey wert hanging, (she told him would nut tit him aud he ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... emanded the prisoner until Monday. SATURDAY. CHARGE OF STEALING BOOTS. James Wilson, alias James Crofion, pensioner, was charged with stealing pair of boots, the property Crumpin Shoveler, boot mat r. Palace-street. Prosecutor stated that on the previous ...

The Prince of Wales' levee on Monday was attended by Lord Sondes, Sir E. W. Watkin, M.P., and Colonel Leigh

... corporals Pnvates were wanted ; to complete that the West Kent 3 officers, 2 sergeants (permanent staff), and two corporals were Wanted. The East Kent enrolled and the West Kent M reserve men last year. The establishment of the East Ke>it leomanry Cavalry ...

THE WOODNESBOROUGH MURDER

... those boots were made for the prisoner. _ afterwards saw some foot marks around Captain Gillow's engine, and saw the boots compared, and the impressions exactly correspond with the boots ; indeed can swear they were made those boots Tiie ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... police having iaced-up boots and leggings instead of I Wellington boots as at present was discussed, and it : was resolved to make no alteration. Advertisements were ordered te be inserted in the papers inviting tenders for boots and clothing for the police ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... SHERIFF'S OFFICER FOR EAST KENT, CRAYCRAFT, OF HAWLEY STREET, MARGATE, GENERAL DEALER. This was also an appeal from the decision of Mr. Registrar Furley, sitting as Judge.—An application was made to the Court on behalf of the Sheriff of Kent for the costs of keeping ...

COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS

... Greenwood relieved him off and on during the time.' The day after witness was put Greenwood said to Golden, Bill, should like a plant or to Golden replied, dare say you can have them; some one will have them.—The case was dismissed. Tkb3£AoAst.— Ann ...

THE POULTRY SHOW

... variety, except bantams. Cock and two bens, lst, Mr. Ayliffe. br.hma; 2nd, Mr. H. Br.ad, golden Poland; 3rd, Mr. B. Perry, Beckley, brown leghorn; h c, Mr. H. Broad, golden Poland, Mr. 1 Bla-.k. goi.-p Hamburg, Mr. le. Smith, Patrixbonrae, pheasants - c, Mr ...

THE AWFUL CATASTROPHE ON THE THAMES

... £590-£ m; Icknam £9d4-£3oV- Leigh, and Smarden, ' The Kent cricket Season.-Au analysis of the (rarious matches played by the ten principal counties the season just closing appears in theSpwismaZ Kent, when mustered its strength towardatiie end the season ...