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'Pot-luck,' as tjie rat said when the terrier cotched him in the kettle stealing fhe soup. 'My love is like the red red rose,' fas the girl said in speaking of her brandy-nosed sweetheart. A governess, advertising for a situation, says 'she is perfect her own tongue.' 'Oh, why l
October 10, 1873 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
KENT ADJOURNED ANNUAL GENERAL SESSIONS.

KENT ADJOURNED ANNUAL GENERAL SESSIONS.

These Sessions were held on Tuesday last, at the Sessions House, Maidstone, the following justices being present: Col. Lennard (Chairman), Earl Sydney, Earl Darnley, Viscount Hardinge, Lord Mahon, J. G. Talbot, Esq., M.P., C. H. Knatchbull Hngessen, Esq., M.P., H. A. Brassey, Es
October 30, 1874 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
If there arb any Ladibs who have not yet used the Starch, they are respectfully solicited to give it a

If there arb any Ladibs who have not yet used the Starch, they are respectfully solicited to give it a

trial, and carefully follow out the directions printed on every package, and if this is done, they will lay, like the Queen's Laundress, it 'is the finest Starch they ever used. When you ask for Glen field Starch, see that you get it, as inferior kinds are often substituted far
October 30, 1874 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
TONBRIDGE LOCAL BOARD.

TONBRIDGE LOCAL BOARD.

The monthly meeting of this Board was held in the Board Room on Wednesday evening last, under the chairmanship of Mr J. Isard. There were also present—Messrs E. Eastland, W. R. Charlton, J. Baker, J. Rogers, B. Payne, C. Pugh, A. T. Skinner, J. Dadson, S. B. Johnson, W. Hodgskin
December 5, 1873 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
THE CRICKET SEASON OF 1873.

THE CRICKET SEASON OF 1873.

One of our daily contemporaries published the other day a review of the Cricket of the past season, and we reproduce the following, which relates to Surrey, Kent, Sussex, and Middlesex:— Surrey, after showing great improvement in 1872, once more fell back, and out of fifteen mat
December 5, 1873 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 

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Corns, Bunions, Enlarged Toe Joints —The pain is instantly relieved and complete cure effected by a few regular applications of

Corns, Bunions, Enlarged Toe Joints —The pain is instantly relieved and complete cure effected by a few regular applications of

Dellar'sCom and Bunion Plasters.-*-Of all Chemists, is. and •2S. gd. per box; by post stamps, of J. Pepper 237, Tottenham court-road, London Agreeable Cough Medicine.—Pepper's White Cough Mixture is the most reliable cure for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, and a
September 25, 1874 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
THE BURSTOW HOUNDS.

THE BURSTOW HOUNDS.

An inquirer concerning fox-hunting in the western division of Sussex would probably get nothing further for his pains, unless he were particularly diligent, and had fallen among unusually intelligent class Boeotians, than that Lord Leconfield's and the Crawley and Horsham were t
September 25, 1874 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
MEAGER & Co., WINE, SPIRIT, & BOTTLED BEER MERCHANTS, AND BREWERS' AGENTS (Smctu»r R. PRKBBLB, wiSp, and formerly of the

MEAGER & Co., WINE, SPIRIT, & BOTTLED BEER MERCHANTS, AND BREWERS' AGENTS (Smctu»r R. PRKBBLB, wiSp, and formerly of the

late Firm tf TUCK 4* BfEAG6.Hi, Opposite the TOWN HALL* TUNBRIDGE WELLS. Raid's & Guineas* Celebrated LONDON & DUBLIN STOUli* Bus*, ADmpp's, * l&d Ooope's BURTON ft BOMFOBD ALES, In Cask and Bottle. GRO E NOR HOTEL, cAlverley road, tunbridge wells. R. H. LAST, BEGS to inform his
January 20, 1875 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
£lotiu*. Neuralgia, rheumatism, GOUT, and all painful internal Diseases are immediately relieved and permanently cured by the new patent Electrical

£lotiu*. Neuralgia, rheumatism, GOUT, and all painful internal Diseases are immediately relieved and permanently cured by the new patent Electrical

Plaster, called PAIN EXTRACTOR !!! By simply cutting off a piece of this Plaister. the size of the painful part, then wetting it aiid placing it the spot, electrical currents are instantly generated, which travel direct to the diseased part, and set up a healthy and curative act
January 20, 1875 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
TREATMENT OF HYDROPHOBIA

TREATMENT OF HYDROPHOBIA

We extract the following, which is by Mr C. L. Prince, of the Observatory, Crowboro', from the British Medical Journal of last week:—' In the Journal of November 21st, appears a letter from Mr W. Wallis, of Hartfield, commenting upon some remarks of mine, in my last communicatio
January 8, 1875 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England