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MAIDSTONE

... proved some clever printings which adorn some of tbe walls. Volunteer Appointment.—Kent.—l2th A.V.C.— T. Winch to be Second Lieutenant, vice J. Winch, promoted. West Kent General Hospital.—Tho committee gratefully acknowledge the receipt of 10 brace of ...

MAIDSTONE

... £4,000 only from the Bocheste: Bridge funds towards the cost of Maidstone New Bridge although the Wardens themselves offered £8,000. Thi consequence is, that the ratepayers of Maidstone, unlesi they can induce the Commissioners to alter their decisior ...

MAIDSTONE

... The charge of stealing the boots was first preferred. It appeared that Mr. Shaw missed a quantity boots for some time, and when the prisoners Russell's house was searched for other goods relating tc another robbeiy, the boots now produced were found. The ...

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

... 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. O” DIES IN PRISON —Frederick Wilkinson, a conscientious objector, of West Dulwidh, who had! been in prison since November, 1916, for refusing to obey military orders, has died Maidstone Prison, while serving hia third sentence of two years ...

MAIDSTONE

... preside the annual dinner cf the Maidstone Agricultural Association, but was prevented from attending, being still unable, in consequence of his recent accident at Wrotham, to move without the aid of crutches. Ist Kent Rifle Volunteers.—Church Parade. ...

MAIDSTONE

... with leave to re-enter, was ordered. F. Weliband, boot maker, Maidstone, v. Messrs. Slade and Co., bout manufacturers, Worcester.—Claim for £2 4s. The plaintiff went down to Worcester to look at some boots on invitation of Messrs. Slade and Co., and now ...

FOOTBALL. (Specially reported for & The Whitctablo Timoa.”) F.A. AMATEUR CUP. Preliminary Round. WHITSTABLE ..

... FOOTBALL. (Specially reported for & The Whitctablo Timoa.”) F.A. AMATEUR CUP. Preliminary Round. WHITSTABLE MAIDSTONE The weather conditions were just about as dismal as they could be for this tie at Belmont on Saturday, and had big influence on the ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. We learn with much pleasure that Charles Esq., of Maidstone ison William Hoar, Esq, surgeon i, has during the past week received tie degree M.D., in tire University of London. This is the highest distinction to be obtained in the profes sion ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Death of Mrs. Dealtey.—The announcement of he death of Mrs. Dealtry, the wife of the Yen. Archdeacon Dealtry, the Vicar Maidstone, on Friday morning, cast a gloom over the whole town. Although Mrs. ' Dealtry had only resided in Maidstone for ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Kent Fire asp Owice.—The annual general meeting the shareholders and proprietors of the .-.bove office was held the Town Hall, Maidstone Wednesday afternoon. Mr. W. Laurence presided, and then was a good attendance, the proceedings being of ...