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THE "LIBERATOR" BUILDING SOCIETY.

THE "LIBERATOR" BUILDING SOCIETY.

TBIAL ABD WEIGHT. At the Central Criminal Court on Saturday, before Mr. Justice Hawkins, the trial Henry Granville Wright, 60, solieitor, and James William Hobbs, 49, contractor, on indictment charging them with forging and uttering a bill of exohaage in oonnection with tne rece
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LITTLE FLEURETTE.

LITTLE FLEURETTE.

" I tell 70a her," Mid Major Eyre, (tamping his snowy boot with emphasis on the wide stone hearth. "And I tall yon," laughed Cecil Clevedon, " that it's an impossibility for yon to have seen anybody at the balconied window at Auld HalL" "Why an impossibility? It's a young ladies
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
"PACKET" AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

"PACKET" AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

"PACKET" WINDSOR CASTLE. performance of " Becket" before the »ti'a Cow* Windsor Castle Saturday was remarkdMe one. The crimson-draped dais, which formed the auditorium for the Royal '«nily, and guests, was arranged bold andienee about 100, and the stage was carefully fitted for .
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY.

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT INQUIRY.

The inquiry the Local Government Board on th» subject matter containing in the Provisional Order to obtain powers for street improvement w»s held in the Council Chamber ou Wednesday morning by Major-General H. D. Crozier, U.K., one of the Inspectors of the Bonrd. The following g
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Sulphite Nature's Bi.ood Purifier.—Pepper's Sulphur Skin Pearls are quite small, perfectly tasteless Purify the Blood cleanse from all Humours cure

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March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction. BY MESSRS. WORSFOLD & HAYWARD. ROYAL OAK HOTBL, CANNON STREET, DOVER. Preliminary Announcement MESSRS. WORSFOLD & HAYWAKD

Sales by Auction. BY MESSRS. WORSFOLD & HAYWARD. ROYAL OAK HOTBL, CANNON STREET, DOVER. Preliminary Announcement MESSRS. WORSFOLD & HAYWAKD

are favoured with infractions from Mr. R. W. Philpott, who is leaving the business (in consequence the premises being required for Street Improvements), Sell by Auction, on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10th, 11th, and 12th. 1893, the greater portion of the Co n't nts of
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
REMO VAL of BUSINESS. HART & COMPANY, Tailors and General Outfitters, I Announce to their Customers anil the Public that

REMO VAL of BUSINESS. HART & COMPANY, Tailors and General Outfitters, I Announce to their Customers anil the Public that

they will shortly Transfer their Business from THE CLOTHING HALL, 175, Snargate Street, to their Commodious NEW PREMISES, "WATERLOO HOUSE,' MARKET SQUARE. NOTICE. Previous to the Removal Messrs. HART & OOMPWY have resolved effect a Speedy Clearance, and are offering the whole of
March 24, 1893 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ST. MARY'S VICARAGE.

ST. MARY'S VICARAGE.

Who will be the next Vicar ? is the oftrepeated enquiry, but it has not yet been answered. It it usual when living is vacant to have notice of the fact placed by the Ecclesiastical Authorities on the church notice board, but that formality has not yet been observed at St. Mary's
February 2, 1894 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
AT village in the West Low Church clergyman, doing duty for High Church rector, not wishing to make any innovations,

AT village in the West Low Church clergyman, doing duty for High Church rector, not wishing to make any innovations,

inquired of the clerk what portions were usually sung, Ac. The clerk, with Country brogue, said, " In the fust place, zur, the hargin do play voluntur. You, zur, do say the canticles. We then do sing a psalm then you goes the halter, and when you'es the halter the lingers and 1
February 2, 1894 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England