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READINGS FOR THE YOUNG.

READINGS FOR THE YOUNG.

WITH MARVRLLOrS SURENBSfI. Elephants are able to make their way up and down mountains and through a country of steep cliffs, where mules would not dare to venture, and even where men find passage difficult. Their tracks have been found upon the very summit of mountains over feet
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CAVERS, in Roxburghshire, has been taken by Mr. J. I'yfe-Jamieson for the season. There are about acres, 1000 acres of

CAVERS, in Roxburghshire, has been taken by Mr. J. I'yfe-Jamieson for the season. There are about acres, 1000 acres of

which are bill and moor, and acres coverts. The bag generally heavy, and there is trout fishing in the Teviot. llt> divorces have been granted in Canada during the last 20 years. NEARLY 70,000 tons of corks are needed for the bottled beer and aerated waters consumed annually in
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LOCAL MILITARY NEWS.

LOCAL MILITARY NEWS.

Distsict.— Head-quar- tcrs—Guilford Battery. Dover. Commanding the District Major-G»»nt*r?il Sir W F. Butler. B. Aide-de-Camp. Cspt. M. J. B*eetm*n. Assistant-Ad jt.- Gen..Colonel J. bp*nce. Troop*in Garrison Royal Artillery. Commanding Royal Artillery 8. E. Diatrict—Colon. 1 E.
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. PILCHER - On July 3tst, 108, High-street, the wife 0. E. Pilober, of daughter. MARRIAGES.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. PILCHER - On July 3tst, 108, High-street, the wife 0. E. Pilober, of daughter. MARRIAGES.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. Pttoai» - On July 3tst, 108, High-street, the wife 0. E. Pilober, of daughter. MARRIAGES. Andeews— PotT»».—On Monday. Angn.t 3rd. at St. Mary's Churob, by the Rev. Guy Back, M.A.. Alfred Charlea, eldest the la Junius Franklin Andrews, to Edi
August 7, 1896 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DRESS OF THE DAY.

DRESS OF THE DAY.

feet have now (" Madge,*of Truth , remarks) some chance of being seen and appreciated. Neat boots are DO longer hidden away under more or less muddy or dusty skirts, and it is no longer a work of supererogation to study ones unsure as carefully for the street one does for the ba
January 12, 1894 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE INQUEST.

THE INQUEST.

An inquest was held at the Town Hall, on Thursday afternoon two p.m., on the bodies. Mr. T. Lewis acted deputy-coroner, in the place of Mr. Sydenham Payn, who was unable to be present,being seriously ill. The following gentlemen composed the jury, of which Mr. D. Houlden was cho
January 31, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE INFLUENZA.

THE INFLUENZA.

TW* OF AND BBCTBRJRVCS. lb »leeture influenza, delivered College, ia London, Dr. Thompson dealt first with tbe symptoms of tbe disease There was a great deal of branchial and pulmonary irritation Tb» cough had peculiar dry character of it* own, and could easily be distinguished
January 31, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON VOLUNTEERS.

LONDON VOLUNTEERS.

With regard to the disposal of tbe £42,000 raised Sir James Whitehead, late Lord Mayor of London, for the equipment of tbe Metropolitan Volunteers, Lord Wolseley, by direction of the Duke of Cambridge, has, at invitation of Sir James, issued to the generals commanding military d
January 31, 1890 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
5th EAST KENT RIFLE VOLUNTEERS,

5th EAST KENT RIFLE VOLUNTEERS,

K COMPANY OBIJEBH. Monday The Annual Contest 8 p.m. Tuesday Recruits drill at 7 p.m. Wednesday ditto Thursday Class firing '2nd class at 6 p.m. Friday Class firing (ft class at 6 p.m. Saturday Firing—Shooting Club 5.30 p.m. At the Institute on Saturday ereninv at 7.30. Member* o
September 10, 1875 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY.

CANTERBURY.

Tkk Ml- Elections.—There is still no sign of opposition in any of the Wards, l the elections appear likely to pass over without a contest. The Mayor's Banquet.—The customary banquet given the Mayor Canterbury just prior to the termination his year office ff on Thursday last, and
October 30, 1874 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England