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fjcitcla, &c. BATH HOTEL, Clifton Crescent, The Leas, A FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE HOTEL (Newly Decorated and Furnished throughout). Delightfully situated. Due

fjcitcla, &c. BATH HOTEL, Clifton Crescent, The Leas, A FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE HOTEL (Newly Decorated and Furnished throughout). Delightfully situated. Due

South. Sta Views. Sheltered. Modern. Quiet. Separate Tables* JV/i^rnius—Bath Hotel, Proprietress—MlSS GRIFFITHS (Late of Vork House Hotel, Bath). Folkestone, Xo. 117 SCHMITT’S PRIVATE HOTEL, 19, CASTLE HILL AVENUE, FOLKESTONE. Tnis First-Class Establishment is most centrally sit
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
OSBORNE TEMPERANCE HOTEL & RESTAURANT, 10, BOUVERIE ROAD WEST, FOLKESTONE, Corner Christ Church Hoad, behind the West Cliff Hotel, near

OSBORNE TEMPERANCE HOTEL & RESTAURANT, 10, BOUVERIE ROAD WEST, FOLKESTONE, Corner Christ Church Hoad, behind the West Cliff Hotel, near

Castle Hill Avenue and Manor Road. Luncheons. Dinners. Teas. Refreshments. Tea, Coffee, Cocoa. Chops, Steaks, Cold Meats. Cigars and Tobacco. Noted for a Good English Dinner. Superior Beds. Commercial Travellers Accommodated. Comfort. Cleanliness. Moderate Charges. Evening Parti
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
MRS. NORTH’S AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS

MRS. NORTH’S AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS

AFTERNOON TEAS. 66, Sandgate Road (next G.P.0.), Folkestone. ENTRANCE THROUGH PARSONS’ LIBRARY. .• . J» Tlie Hcsl Material for Paper. nIbKA I The Andent Writing Paoer the Priests. -. - m a Haiti and Smooth Surface. Delightful to write upon Mll nrt I For Private Correspondence, q
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
MISS MAUD EVANS, Violinist, (Brussels Conservatoire), and MISS GRACE EVANS, Violoncellist, VISIT Folkestone for Two Days in the Week to

MISS MAUD EVANS, Violinist, (Brussels Conservatoire), and MISS GRACE EVANS, Violoncellist, VISIT Folkestone for Two Days in the Week to

GIVE LESSONS. They also accept Engagements for Homes and Concerts, For Terms apply to Miss Evans, 37, Royal Crescent, Netting Hill, London, W.
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
ARMY CLASSES

ARMY CLASSES

NJilitia Competitive Exarnination.
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
CHERITON ROAD.

CHERITON ROAD.

Councilior POPE enquired whether the deputation appointed visited the Local Government Board officials, and with what result. Alderman BAKER replied that the deputation had waited upon the gentlemen referred to, and was informed that they could proceed with the work, but so far
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
on the Premises

on the Premises

SEND FOR PATTERNS.
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
POPULAR PRICE R. G. WOOD, Gentlemen’s

POPULAR PRICE R. G. WOOD, Gentlemen’s

the societies and organizations which in this town are doing very much the social work of the constituency. Many of those whom wo represent are among your political supporters, some of them are actively engaged your interests, and we w.ish to emphasise that we are not responsibl
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
AS TO TRAFFIC,

AS TO TRAFFIC,

For the benefit of all ticket holders who will privileged to witness the magnificent spectacle of Saturday- next, as well as for the general public, the *' Folkestone Herald has been asked, on the initiative of Col. Lord Basing, Ist Royal Dragoons, to publish the following parti
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE.

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE.

A WOMAN NO IMPORTANCE. To say that the play under notice is none other than a truthful reflection of modem life, abundant with wit and wisdoai, and a thorough manifestation of the morality of tlie age is but too inadequately to describe to our readers the character of the play. T
November 1, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England