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A WELL-KNOWN CRICKETER SHOT.

A WELL-KNOWN CRICKETER SHOT.

Saturday Mr. William Llewelyn, a well-known cricketer, the eldest"son of Sir John- DiUwynr Llewelyn, was found shot Woods. Mr. Llewelyn wsa J.P. for county Glamorgan, and was engaged to be married shortly to tha eldest daughter of Lord Dynevor. He waa nephew of Sir Michael Hicks
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS AT A FUNERAL.

EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS AT A FUNERAL.

EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS A FUNERAL. extraordinary scene took placr at the funeral of the Essex lad Edward Peasey, who committed suicide ly icing his neck on the metals in front of train on the Great Eastern Railway. The lad had been accused tbe night before by his employer, Mr.
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
WORDS OF WISDOM.

WORDS OF WISDOM.

WORDS WISDOM. Comparisons ia grief lessen its weight. ' * rotten ' and dirt sully ingot. Men study women tkey study the barometer ; but they only understand the day afterwards. One must know mankind very well before having the courage to be solely and simply oneself. Tie singing
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
THE SIDNEY COOPER SCHOOL OF ART, CANTERBURY.

THE SIDNEY COOPER SCHOOL OF ART, CANTERBURY.

Ctonrpsrtrriona bald at South are a* follow Gold Medal las Uieigu.-Mies Mary Book prize, do. r>o. Book prixe, do. do. Book do. Brothers. Book for Design.—Mie« for Works.—Mr. G. P. Key mi. (advanced) Class Miss «. ar^ Model Drawing (advanced).—?»o passes. J L ? 3hjid9 (sdvaoeed).
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

Wednesday.—Present: The Mayor and Messrs. H Marshal], T. H. Keble, J. Crawford, G. F. Head, S. Pointon, and 8. Munns. Drunkenness on Licensed Premises.— George Allen Robertson, of the First and Last Inn, was summoned for permitting drunkenness in his licensed premises on the 12t
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 

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High Prices fob. Postage Stamps.—The large sum of .£6BO has just been paid for two stamps, namely, tbe penny red

High Prices fob. Postage Stamps.—The large sum of .£6BO has just been paid for two stamps, namely, tbe penny red

and tbe twopenny bine of Mauritius of 1847, with the words 'Post Office on the left side. There are only two other specimens of these stamps known io England, both wbich are in the Tapling Collection in tbe British Museum. In the world there are some fourteen known copies in all
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM RUN OVER.

BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM RUN OVER.

A young couple named Meslin, who had only been married on Wednesday last, met with sad, and it to be feared fatal, accident late on Thursday night near Elbeuf, in Normandy, in which town they resided. They were returning to Elbeuf with their friends after having passed the honey
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
ASSAULT BY A LADY.

ASSAULT BY A LADY.

Major Patrick Carr appeared in the Dublin Pol!te> eonrt witb a black eye and bruised jaw, the result of an attack made upon him by Mrs. Gertrude Wrightson, married lady, aged 35, whom charged with assault. From the major's evidence it appeared that the defmviolently attacked him
December 29, 1888 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
ROBBING A CO-OPERATIVE STORE.

ROBBING A CO-OPERATIVE STORE.

Tbe case of Sillitoe v. Jeffrey, which came before his Honour Judge Stonor, disclosed a curious case of theft from the Home and Colonial Store*, Edgware-road. Tbe action was brought tbe plaintiff, wbo was last October engaged in the sausage department nf the above stores, to rec
December 29, 1888 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Mrs. Frances Crosby, authoress of "Safe in the arms of Jesas and 3,000 other hymns, is years old. She lives

Mrs. Frances Crosby, authoress of "Safe in the arms of Jesas and 3,000 other hymns, is years old. She lives

in New York, snd has been blind was six wsstu eld.
September 2, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England