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The Dover Express.

The Dover Express.

FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1869. For the twelfth time wn have to give our readers New Year's greeting; and we readily avail ourselves of so seasonable an opportunity to express our acknowledgment of the kind indulgence they have long extended to us. Conscious though we way bo
December 31, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

D<*vkb. —During tlic heavy north-east gale whioh swept our coast Thursday evenging, the 23rd iii«t., tho Lifeboat "lioyal Wiltshire," belonging to the Royal National Institution, was taken from tho boat-house to the centre part of tho bay, and there launched, in answer to signal
December 31, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CHRISTMAS CHURCH DECORATIONS IN DOVER.

CHRISTMAS CHURCH DECORATIONS IN DOVER.

. correspondent furnishes the following elaborate description of the church decorations in Dover: ST. MAKY VIRGIN. This church is most handsomely decorated honour of the festive season, aud in our opinion surpasses the decorations previous years. The taste with which they havo b
December 31, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
SELECTED POETRY. THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. Farewell ! thou old and dying year ! Thy wrinkled brow is

SELECTED POETRY. THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. Farewell ! thou old and dying year ! Thy wrinkled brow is

sad : Thy cheek is wet with many a tear, Thy path with clad. Farewell! Farewell! Hark ! to the midnight chimes, that te'l Thy swift fled reign is o'er ; Thou canst with no longer dwell. Farewell for evermore ! Farewell! Farewell ! Farewell, old year! what wasted hours Are passed
December 28, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
POVERTY CORNER.

POVERTY CORNER.

(" I.ITTLK CITY STORY. BT GEORGE MANYILLE FENN. [ALL RIGHTS KESRRVRD.I CHAPTER Xlll.—(C<mHnued.) before telling bow it wan, Tim tefilltd and lit his pipe. sat thoughtfully for few minutes, and then refreshed himself with a sip of weak gin and water. 44 You see, ma'am,'' said Tir
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
A COSTLY PALM.

A COSTLY PALM.

is not every one who, even if they bed the money, would expend £7OOO on any plant that grows the face of the earth. Yet that the sum that Miss Helen Gould is reported to hare paid for a rare palin that is now to be seen in one of her handsome conservatories at Tarrytown. The pal
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DEATH OF MR. THOMAS BURNS. We regret to record the death of Mr. Thomas Bums, Clothier and Pawnbroker, which took

DEATH OF MR. THOMAS BURNS. We regret to record the death of Mr. Thomas Bums, Clothier and Pawnbroker, which took

place his residence. Tower Hamlets-road, Dover, on Monday evening last, about nine o'clock. Mr. Burns has been in failing health for about two years,and for the last six months has been confined to his room, and great part of the time in bed, the trouble being in connection with
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE CANTERBURY CRICKET WEEK.

THE CANTERBURY CRICKET WEEK.

KKKT The second matoh of the Canterbury week commenced yesterday in glorious weather, on grand wicket, and before a monstre attendance. The Colonials won the toss, but for long time they did very little, Darling alone making many rnns. At lunch the score was 116 for 4. Afterward
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
COMING EVENTS.

COMING EVENTS.

At Adrian-street Chapel next Sunday the Rev. S- Bnrrowe will preaoh, in the morning on " Christ's Answer in the Temple," and in the evening on " Spiritual Blessings. The Dover Cricket Week—next week. Dover Regatta on Wednesday nest. The New Boy at tbe Town Hall to-night and tomo
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
REVIEW BY THE QUEEN.

REVIEW BY THE QUEEN.

CHI'BCH LADS' BRIGADE AT 08B0RNK. The Queen on Monday afternoon reviewed large number of boys connected with the Church Lads' Brigade, who hare been in camp for some time at Fort Cumberland and Fort Gilkieker, near Southsea. The review was of a private character. The boys, who w
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England