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LIQUEUR BRANDY

LIQUEUR BRANDY

(Bottled in Cognac). Strongly recommended for INVALIDS and other* reouiring genuine Old Cognac, by the Lancet, Medical Times, Hospital Gaaette, Ac WANTED, a smart youth, as an Apprentice the Ladies* and Gentlemen’s Hairdressing : all branches taught.—W. H. Frowde, Court Hairdres
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
Altai NOVtLi YIN CHARMS.—Souvenir of Folkestone containing six local views, in enamel book, for bracelet, neck-chain, etc , can only

Altai NOVtLi YIN CHARMS.—Souvenir of Folkestone containing six local views, in enamel book, for bracelet, neck-chain, etc , can only

be obtained from F. J. Parsons. Ltd., bb, Sandgatc-road. Folkestone. Price is. each in a box post free. tc rROTECT YOUR GARDENS.-Gardcn NETTING (small mesh): will keep out the smallest birds ;35 square yards for is wil* not rot if left out in all weathers . .sc it any width ; ca
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
NEW STREET LAMPS.

NEW STREET LAMPS.

The SURVEYOR reported that about sis new street lanterns were wanted. The old lanterns were worn out, and had been repaired over and over again. The question of asking for tenders for the same arose, and it was felt that the Council always liked to give the ratepayers the chance
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
TO IMPROVE SANDGATE.

TO IMPROVE SANDGATE.

The CHAIRMAN announced that he had received a letter from the Health Resorts Development Association. This was to the effect that for some years that body had been working to induce English folk to spend their money in England rather than on the continent. This country had great
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
made a lathe

made a lathe

SocO^y, Women stooJ for hours, over the steaming' odours poisonous materials & inhaled bad health. all that! It raised the tone of Soapmakmo. It did au/ay u/ith the toll.cuhicn shattered the life the houseu/ife. It offers of u p forariy impuricy in its iIC For Umbrellas, Portman
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
EP.PS’S

EP.PS’S

GRATfcfUL—COMFORTING.
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
fjcitcla, &c. BATH HOTEL, Clifton Crescent, The Leas, A FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE HOTEL (Newly Decorated and Furnished throughout). Delightfully situated. Due

fjcitcla, &c. BATH HOTEL, Clifton Crescent, The Leas, A FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE HOTEL (Newly Decorated and Furnished throughout). Delightfully situated. Due

South. Sta Views. Sheltered. Modern. Quiet. Separate Tables* JV/i^rnius—Bath Hotel, Proprietress—MlSS GRIFFITHS (Late of Vork House Hotel, Bath). Folkestone, Xo. 117 SCHMITT’S PRIVATE HOTEL, 19, CASTLE HILL AVENUE, FOLKESTONE. Tnis First-Class Establishment is most centrally sit
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
OSBORNE TEMPERANCE HOTEL & RESTAURANT, 10, BOUVERIE ROAD WEST, FOLKESTONE, Corner Christ Church Hoad, behind the West Cliff Hotel, near

OSBORNE TEMPERANCE HOTEL & RESTAURANT, 10, BOUVERIE ROAD WEST, FOLKESTONE, Corner Christ Church Hoad, behind the West Cliff Hotel, near

Castle Hill Avenue and Manor Road. Luncheons. Dinners. Teas. Refreshments. Tea, Coffee, Cocoa. Chops, Steaks, Cold Meats. Cigars and Tobacco. Noted for a Good English Dinner. Superior Beds. Commercial Travellers Accommodated. Comfort. Cleanliness. Moderate Charges. Evening Parti
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
MRS. NORTH’S AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS

MRS. NORTH’S AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS

AFTERNOON TEAS. 66, Sandgate Road (next G.P.0.), Folkestone. ENTRANCE THROUGH PARSONS’ LIBRARY. .• . J» Tlie Hcsl Material for Paper. nIbKA I The Andent Writing Paoer the Priests. -. - m a Haiti and Smooth Surface. Delightful to write upon Mll nrt I For Private Correspondence, q
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
MISS MAUD EVANS, Violinist, (Brussels Conservatoire), and MISS GRACE EVANS, Violoncellist, VISIT Folkestone for Two Days in the Week to

MISS MAUD EVANS, Violinist, (Brussels Conservatoire), and MISS GRACE EVANS, Violoncellist, VISIT Folkestone for Two Days in the Week to

GIVE LESSONS. They also accept Engagements for Homes and Concerts, For Terms apply to Miss Evans, 37, Royal Crescent, Netting Hill, London, W.
April 26, 1902 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England