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Mailing Intelligence

Mailing Intelligence

PETTY SESSIONS—MONDAY. Before General Fletcher (in the chair) Hon. and , Rev. E. V. Bligh, Hon. and Rev. Sir Francis Stapleton, Bart., Major Dalison, and J. Rigg, Esq. AN UNFORTUNATE KISS AT AYLESFORD. George Westfield, a respectably dressed man, was summoned by Mary Ann Brown,
June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The anticipated and threatening action of the Peers for the rejection of the Irish Church Bill has been the all

The anticipated and threatening action of the Peers for the rejection of the Irish Church Bill has been the all

engrossing theme of conversation in political circles during the past week. The determination of the Lords appears to have created less excitement in the ranks of the people than it has consternation in their own. Confident in its strength and in the faithfulness and energy of i
June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
RE-OPENING OF ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, MAIDSTONE.

RE-OPENING OF ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH, MAIDSTONE.

Thi3 church, which has recently undergone extensive alterations, was re-opened on Sunday by His Grace the Archbishop of Can terbury. St. Philip's church is situate in the midst of very poor population, and the object the incumbent, the Rev. H. Collis, and those who have worked s
June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BOY'S KNICKERBOCKER SUIT FROM 4/11.

BOY'S KNICKERBOCKER SUIT FROM 4/11.

June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
E. JORDAN, CARPENTER, JOINER. AND UNDERTAKER, 27, ALBERT STREET, MAIDSTONE. FUNERALS conducted on the most Reasonable tesms. STEPHEN BUCKINGHAM, (a.o.d.

E. JORDAN, CARPENTER, JOINER. AND UNDERTAKER, 27, ALBERT STREET, MAIDSTONE. FUNERALS conducted on the most Reasonable tesms. STEPHEN BUCKINGHAM, (a.o.d.

and m.u.0.?.) TAILOR, Ac. 32, EARL STREET, MAIDSTONE, Opposite the Market. SB. thanking his numerous patrons for theirliberal support for 24 years past, hopes, attention to all orders entrusted to him to merit a continuance their favours. Gentlemen's own materials made up. Cloth
June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The beit place to get your BOOTS AND SHOES MADE AND REPAIRED Is QEOBGE HARRIS'S, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 17.

The beit place to get your BOOTS AND SHOES MADE AND REPAIRED Is QEOBGE HARRIS'S, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 17.

MILL STREET, MAIDSTONE. GH. returns thanks to his numerous patrons a for past favours, and trusts, by strict attention to all orders, to merit a continuance of the same. Weekly payments taken. WHELPTON'S POOR MAN'S HEALING OINTMENT Stand unrivalled for the cure of Ulcerated Sore
June 12, 1869 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NICELY FITTING GORED SKIRT.

NICELY FITTING GORED SKIRT.

07 THE No woman's wardrobe is complete without good walking skirt, .and in Sketch 1,675 we histrate the 'pattern of a nicely fitting gor skirt, which could easily be , made , at horn , with the aid of a reliable paper pattern. It suitable for realisation in serge or similar thic
January 6, 1917 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE BOROUGH TR,IB ITN AL. gaged Calling Up of . Conditions illy Ex,mpted Dii-Len., A PROTEST.

MAIDSTONE BOROUGH TR,IB ITN AL. gaged Calling Up of . Conditions illy Ex,mpted Dii-Len., A PROTEST.

MAIDSTONE BOROUGH TR,IB AL. gaged Calling Up of . Conditions A PROTEST. At a -sitting of the Maidstone Military Service Tribunal- on Tuesday, • Mr. Tucker asked whether the Military Authorities had power to cancel a conditional exemption certificate granted by that Tribunal witho
January 6, 1917 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

MAIDSTONE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

, The results of the last, of the competitirms held during the past three months have now boon cided, and are as 'fellows Prize for . best card on the 100, yards range, ten shots on standard decimal target, eight sights; leading scores, 'maximum score 100 : 1 Gr. A. Youngman, 87
January 6, 1917 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
APPLES FOR "JACK" AFLOAT,

APPLES FOR "JACK" AFLOAT,

.aclvnowledge with best thanks five bushels of apples from Mr. Clifford Farmer, Holliingbourne, and two boxes apples from Mr. J. Duncanson, Pimps Court, Tovil. Further contributions,, of apples • will be gladly received at the offices - of the "Kent Messeinger,"• :Maidstone, and
January 6, 1917 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England