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MAIDSTONE

... Thursday afternoon, the Star Hotel, Maidstone, Messrs. Tootell and. Sons offered for sale number of valuable freehold properties situated in the West Borough, under instructions from the Maidstone Gas Company and the Maidstone Local Board. Considerable interest ...

KENT EPIPHANY ASSIZE

... KENT EPIPHANY ASSIZE. The formal ceremony of opening the Commission f this took plaoe the Sessions House, ILiid-01 Saturday, before L :r.i Justice Cotton. , arr ived Maidstone the train due at 4.32 1 London, Chatham, find Dover met by the High Sheriff ...

KENT MIDSUMMER ASSIZES

... KENT MIDSUMMER ASSIZES. The commission for these assize 3 was opened Maidstone on Monday atternjon, ljy Mr. Justice Grove. His Lordship arrived in the town from London at a quarter to three, by the North Kent Railway. He was met at the Railway Station ...

EAST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS

... arm and an open knife in one hand. 1 .sked him what he was doing with the boots, and he aid he did not know. 1 took the boots from him and ;ave information to the police. The boots were liangiig about four feet from the ground, from a pole fixed .gainst ...

RAMSGATE

... U. Hoar, R. Hoar, and F. R. Ilowlett (Maidstone), G. Foord-Kelcey (Margate), S. H. King (Maidstone), E. Lake (Gravesend), G. Lockyer (Deptford), C. J. Mercer (Ramsgate), .1. W. Menpes and J. Monckton (.Maidstone), W. S. Norton (West Mailing), R. I'idcock ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... 11, Wrotham; June 13, Chevening; June 14 Farningham; June 18, Harrietsham; June 19, All Saints, Maidstone; June 19, Boxley; June 20, St. Philip's Maidstone; June 21. Sutton Valence; June 21, Ulcomb; June 25, Wingham; July Lydd; July 3, Wittersham; July ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... having predeceased him by few years. Our Maidstone contemporaries have kindly notices of the deceased gentleman. The Maidstone Journal says—His loss is deeply regretted by a large circle of friends in East and Mid Kent, where he was most popular from his ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... Weeks, Edward William, servitude. The adjourned court will be held on Monday, the 28th instant, at twelve o'clock at noon. Kent and Cantebbuhy Hospital.—Received.— A legacy of £105, bequeathed by the late Rev. John White, of St. Stephen's ; a legacy ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... and Lady Diana Huddlestone ivere in Canterbury on Wednesday, and stayed at the fountain Hotel. The Ist Battalion 3rd (East Kent, the Buffs) Regiment, which were under orders to return home from India, are to remain there, the general order directing them ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... England and Kent in front. OF All England—(Preparing for an ora(ion.)— Ladies and Gentlemen, I have a task— Maori —(Interrupting)— beg your pardon, Sir, but may I ask Whether in Kent this genial sunny glow Always exists ? jrENlus of Kent— ' Always—whether ...

CANTERBURY

... next day he took his team under the same archway. The Royal Commission and the East Kent Chamber Agriculture.—On Saturday afternoon a meeting of the Council of the East Kent Chamber of Agriculture was held in the Guildhall Council Chamber, Canterbury, to ...

THE EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY

... into difficulties at Brighton, the result of which waa that she was lodged in prison one account says at Lewes, another at Maidstone—for of Court, a term four months'imprisonment being accorded her. Later on letters she addressed to Canterbury were directed ...