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COUNTY NEWS. Faversham. * meeting in of delegates of the Kent Union of W.«r ig Men's Institutes, held Thursday afternoon

COUNTY NEWS. Faversham. * meeting in of delegates of the Kent Union of W.«r ig Men's Institutes, held Thursday afternoon

Maidstone, Lord Harris was elected president, and rules for the government the union were adopt Iwerrrirra CLAM. —By the • kind invitation of the members of this class, number of their friends attended meeting Thursday, and spent very enjoyable and profitable evening. Mr. Charle
December 11, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MONET LENT

MONET LENT

And No*. and Kigent Street the LOMBARD BANK (Limited, street, City, London, from Alt, UQ sums, policies, trade stock, farm produce .J!!!' 4c. also on household furniture, without ■ publicity, sureties, fees. No inquiries, form, ' law costs. Executions, hill* sale, and rent 'JZ o
December 11, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LAW LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, FLEET STREET, LONDON. Amount paidjra Death to Deoimher last 11.148A30 orKSSSff£3&%gii,'SJs£"' aiTISS The BATES for YOUNG

LAW LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, FLEET STREET, LONDON. Amount paidjra Death to Deoimher last 11.148A30 orKSSSff£3&%gii,'SJs£"' aiTISS The BATES for YOUNG

LIVES will MATERIALLY LOWER than heretofore the next Division, in December, 1879. Proposal, will seat on application to the AFortnno for Trifle, ESO,OOO for LtL PARTICULARS this aoatadiu* Hagbea. Chatham, sa&fiscs FOOT aim MOOTS Dmaaem for the
May 15, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE FIGHTING ON THE DANUBE.

THE FIGHTING ON THE DANUBE.

THE FIGHTING THE DANUBE. The correspondent of the " Timet" telegraphing from Tienm the 10th e»n The Tnrkish Danube flotilla and the land batteriea are becoming more and more active. The day before yesterday there wae another artillery encounter Ibraila between two Turkish monitor
May 15, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TVR. SCOTT'S BILIOUS A. LIVER PILLS ON iorala&bU for HABIYOAI. COWHHIII, Co*. oi lam, or for paroou suffer. They 'aajlfaa

TVR. SCOTT'S BILIOUS A. LIVER PILLS ON iorala&bU for HABIYOAI. COWHHIII, Co*. oi lam, or for paroou suffer. They 'aajlfaa

<HUmt r *f .^°"r^" li y .<* heoeeAey moat -n'-raMt
May 15, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE BEST OOIE TAIN FOE EOF TRAINING, AT THE LOWEBT PBICE. CHEAP AMD Wll*XcHADl BACKS T WTHAB'S raouiui ABB BBTAXA

THE BEST OOIE TAIN FOE EOF TRAINING, AT THE LOWEBT PBICE. CHEAP AMD Wll*XcHADl BACKS T WTHAB'S raouiui ABB BBTAXA

SeoHiig and MsaulEotory, OABTLM CANTERBURY, And BOVOHfOI BLIAV, Cor* Floor Beeka iIL Htf Fttbtttaf, Mat tad Kaatiah Mattteg Sail Cloth, OUTIM, OMI Bwit| At, At. BEST MATS * THRUM for HOP TYING and GARDEN WORK. CORN SACKS ON HIRE. Nan, Ron, Lam, ABB Teniae inaataatly to alt Waggo
May 15, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Mimm. BATLBT * SON

Mimm. BATLBT * SON

Em wrifii I—timtioae (m Mr. Boon, at Bern Hall ISu Worm, ItUotd, whole ■» hood. TO BILL BT AUCTION, TUBSDAT, the SSad MAT, 1877, U o'clock arocaoolr, el the CATTU Maiui, bio KNTLRKHEMD of BBIIDIVO STOCK, Qui iliMiie of U Mil* with Mr Oalroo, T two- hblloro ia OaM. yarttac Hollar
May 8, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IN ADDITION TO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

IN ADDITION TO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

NOVELTIES, IN DRESS FABRICS, SUNSHADES. HOSIER?. SCARVES* CLOVES* Ac, Ac Illustrated Catalogues Gratis and Post Free on applioatton to duly appointed Aaenta every District; or to BPITTLEGATE IRON WORKB, GRANTHAM.
May 8, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE CZAR AND HIS ARXT.

THE CZAR AND HIS ARXT.

At the banquet held on Sunday, after the review of the 9tb Division of the Russian army at Kischsneff, the Emperor, proposing the health the Grand Duke Nicholas, said" I have convinced myself with satisfaction of the excellent oondition of the active army. lam also glad to obser
May 8, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
"V the ehaara the army the saluting point, a vent from way station, to witness the march past The might

"V the ehaara the army the saluting point, a vent from way station, to witness the march past The might

well feel proud his troopa, for their • •no. left little be dnind. Though had brooms a alippery mirs, the morewmntTS executed with precision, and the marching was the aroet critical aye faultless. TU <Wd 1 batteries, veil M thoes attached to eavalty. are equipped with brass guns
May 8, 1877 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England