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The following claims especial attention :—"To ascertain if tea free from artificially coloured leaves is to obtained I visited the

The following claims especial attention :—"To ascertain if tea free from artificially coloured leaves is to obtained I visited the

London Docks where Tea imported Messrs. Horuimau Co. is in bond under charge of Her Majesty's Customs. had chests from different cargoes opened, and took samples, which I have microscopically and chemically analysed. " These investigatigations enable me to assume that, the publi
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from February 4th to February 11, 1864. I j I 3 •?„ P Weather. I j I j

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from February 4th to February 11, 1864. I j I 3 •?„ P Weather. I j I j

« | I 30.35 Nighl' 31.5 i Fine. 5 ' 30.35 27 25.0 I 20 Snow,no clou 30.25 Niiriil 35 , 2<» 30.5 Nil. . ditto I 30.25 Day j2O 29.0 „ 1 Suow storm 30.10 Nitfiit 31.0 „ ditto 7 30. 5 Day 21 ! 25.5 „ ditto 30, Night 37 25 31.0 ~ ditto 29.90 Day 18 25.0 53 Slow thaw 29.88 Night 30 28
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
SELECTED POETRY. GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD MORNING. A child's song. A fair girl sat under tree, Sewing long her eyes

SELECTED POETRY. GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD MORNING. A child's song. A fair girl sat under tree, Sewing long her eyes

could sec : Then smoothed her work, and folded it right, And said, " Dear work ! ! go night!" Such number of rooks came over hep head, Crying * 4 Caw ! Caw !*' on their way to bed : She Raid, she watch 4*! their curious flight, 44 Little black things ! Good night! good night !"
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WINGHAM PETTY SESSIONS.

WINGHAM PETTY SESSIONS.

THURSDAY. [Before \V. H. James, M.P., in t.he chair, J. Henderson,|M. Pell, Philips, G. E. Toomer, C. J. I'lumptre, S. M. Hilfon, and J. Godfrey,' Emirs.] Gorge J.ywff, summoned for not having name painted a waggon, was fined Is. and Ss. "tin- remanded charge against John Hot mm
September 11, 1874 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CORPORAL CHARGED WITH DRUNKENNESS.

CORPORAL CHARGED WITH DRUNKENNESS.

ONLY TIRED AFTER ALL-NIGHT BALL. At a District Court Martial which assembled under the presidency of Major R. B. Fife, R.G.A., Wednesday morning, Corporal Albert Lemon, 3rd Batt. Worcestershire Regiment, was charged with being drunk when parading for Company training at the Shaf
April 21, 1911 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BRONCHITIS and ASTHMA.

BRONCHITIS and ASTHMA.

Cured after 30 Years by VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. Mr. J. Churchill, of Dowlish Wake, Ilminster, .Somerset, says:—" Nearly thirty years ago I contracted inflammation of the lungs, which left me with Bronchial Asthma of a very severe type, my oough being so bad that people said
April 28, 1911 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
IN THE STREET.

IN THE STREET.

fWriter* moat send their names and addressee.! THEY BAY— WHAT DO THEY SAY THEY SAY the miniature garden that was exhibited is not what the Granville Gardens is to be, but what it might have been. t t t THEY SAY from the look the streets the sweepers must have been so interested
April 28, 1911 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
H. HART & Co., LTD. Complete House Furnishers, Cheapest House for Linos, Carpets, Furniture, etc. REMOVAL CONTRACTORS. FURNITURE WAREHOUSED. and

H. HART & Co., LTD. Complete House Furnishers, Cheapest House for Linos, Carpets, Furniture, etc. REMOVAL CONTRACTORS. FURNITURE WAREHOUSED. and

n, SNARGATE STREET, DOVER. Dover Hygienic Dairies. Biggin Street & 62, Sna.rgate Street Telephone No. 470. OHOIOE LARGE NEW LAID EGGS ... 12 a 1/- „ DUCKS' EGGS 10 a 1/- DELIOIOUS FRESH BUTTER 1/2 per CREAMERY BUTTER, slightly salted ... ... ... 1/1 per ft RICH THICK CREAM 4d. p
April 28, 1911 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DIAMOND WEDDING.

DIAMOND WEDDING.

diamond wedding was celebrated terday of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sargent, tho parents of Mrs. W. Coward whose husband; is well known amongst Dover railwaymen> Mr. Sargent is and his wife 83, and the* were married at Reigate August 22nd. 1869, and there are alive four sens, fouij daug
August 23, 1929 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE AYLESHAM MINER AND APPLE THEFT SENTENCE.

THE AYLESHAM MINER AND APPLE THEFT SENTENCE.

Last week, at ike Dover County Petty Sessions, before tlie following magistrates, Lord FitzVValter (Chairman;, Sir Robert McCall, K.C., Col. Caveuagh, Messrs. C. J. Burgess, H. J. May, A. T. Goodfeilow, E. Bradley, Troward Harvey, H. Mackeson, E. Hinds and Miss Bomford, a miner
August 23, 1929 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England