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FREDK. AUSTIN,

FREDK. AUSTIN,

4 & 5, WEST STREET, I` AVERSHAM. of accessories to stock or obtArted to order.
May 7, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
SPIRITS AND CORDIALS. Per Bottle. Dot Fine Old (lin, 17 under Pined 2/3 23 3/3 16,0 33 Keerlera year old)

SPIRITS AND CORDIALS. Per Bottle. Dot Fine Old (lin, 17 under Pined 2/3 23 3/3 16,0 33 Keerlera year old)

Iketa 3/9 45!- Ver7 Floe Old Scotch 3/7 43/- Fine Old 3/1 37/- t(7 ) ......... 3/9 45/. r ilal y Fine Old Irish 3/7 43:. Fine Old . N - Old Pine Apple Runt —.................. 3/5 41/. Old Jamaica •, 11/1 37/- Old Cognac Brandy 4/9 Old . 4/3 51/- Fine 3/10441/. , 17 3/1 BOTTLED
May 7, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE PITCAIRN ISLANDERS.

THE PITCAIRN ISLANDERS.

The Sieve Roe, an English ship, which recently arrived at Dunkirk from an Francisco, called on her passage home at l'it'esirn Island, which she sighted on rehniary 12th. The captain gives an interesting report of a coev,rsatlen be had with the Chief, Mr. Adams. who pulled off to
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE " ANGEL OF DEATH."

THE " ANGEL OF DEATH."

K. Walter Resant, writing in the Qum, says: There is a rocky not far from Ispahan, which, as most people know, is in kersia. This read —or, rather, one little spot in th's road—is remarkable as being the only place left on earth, so fatal has been ascertained. where Arne, the An
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE BANK OF FRANCE.

THE BANK OF FRANCE.

The Rank of Nranfa., the propoaed renewal of whose charter in 1397, at which date the one already existing will have expired, le enzaging so much attention just now, was, the IW 4f says, founded in the year XII. of the First itepuidic One and Indivisible, In other words in 1800
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE SOUTH LONDON POISONING. TTIE CIIIARGE OF DIACKYAILING.

THE SOUTH LONDON POISONING. TTIE CIIIARGE OF DIACKYAILING.

At the Row-street Poliee-court. no Monday, before Bir J. Bridge, Thomas Neill, aged 43. was again Planed in the deck on the charge of endeavourtv to extort money from Dr. W. H. Harper, of Barnstaple. by threatenieg to publicly accuse the prowentor's son of the murder. by means o
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
MOSLEM-BAITING IN LIVERPOOL

MOSLEM-BAITING IN LIVERPOOL

A disgraceful exhibition of Moslem-baiting is reported from Liverpool. In Brougham-terrace there is a mosque where resident Mniismmedans %%unship. A number of men —not, it is sail, of the lowest ordcrs—congregate In the neighbourhood of the Mosque and annoy and assault persons a
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
ATTACK ON THE ROYAL NIGER COMPANY'S FACTOR! ES.

ATTACK ON THE ROYAL NIGER COMPANY'S FACTOR! ES.

ATTACK ON THE ROYAL NIGER COMPANY'S FACTOR! According to &telegram from Liverpool advice. have been received from ttrau River, reporting that several of the factories belonging to the Royal Niger Company have been attacked and plundered by the natives. One of these is at Ecole. A
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE ALLEGED LONG FIRM FRAUDS.

THE ALLEGED LONG FIRM FRAUDS.

At North London Police-court on Tuesday. before Mr. Haden Coeser, William Benson Goodwin. 60, described as a builder, of Notting Hill, and Ilenry William Brownjohn, a fishmonger, of Windsor, were again in the dock charged with collusion in obtaining goods from tradesmen, and in
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
TUE INSTALLATION OF TUE LORD WAUDEN OF THE LINt/CE FORA'S. '_SPRCIAL nKrunr.;

TUE INSTALLATION OF TUE LORD WAUDEN OF THE LINt/CE FORA'S. '_SPRCIAL nKrunr.;

TUE INSTALLATION OF TUE LORD WAUDEN THE LINt/CE FORA'S. '_SPRCIAL Tbe interesting ceremony of installing the Marquess of Duffenu ant Ave. her Majesty's Asbasealor at Pons, in the ancient office of Lord Wardee of the Cinque Ports. took place at Dover on Wednesday. Being the first
June 25, 1892 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England