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MORE PATRIOTIC REJOICINGS FAVERSHAM.

MORE PATRIOTIC REJOICINGS FAVERSHAM.

A mere with regard to war sufficient to tba sienna of creating patriotic character in town Paversbair. If proof this wars needed w»s. only Thursday last, » »n the a Daily Mai! " Pretoria, the Transvaal capital had law rejoiced manner whicb warned to saggesT ' tbat pleasure antic
June 9, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
TENTERDEN.

TENTERDEN.

Sir Henrj Irving and Miss Terry paid a visit to were to for abort time at Park Cricket Ground tbe game from tbe tent of the Mayor (Mr. H. S. Norton).
August 31, 1895 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
SAILING BOAT DISASTER.

SAILING BOAT DISASTER.

Five lives were lost on Sunday evening the capsizing of a pleasure boat off Skegness. The weather was unsettled, but there was suggestion of danger, the yawl Princess of Wales left Hunstanton for a short cruise with 16 passengers and crew. All went well until off Skegness, when
August 31, 1895 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HOP NEWS.

HOP NEWS.

Daring tbe pest week tbe bine bee nude bat little progress, and reporta from nearly sit district* state tbat it ia rery and of bad colour, while many grounds its progress is checked flja, tbe attacks of wbicb are more tban usually persistent and severe. Tying for tbe first time
May 26, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Finn’s Stores, fanterbury. TOMSON &, WOTTON,

Finn’s Stores, fanterbury. TOMSON &, WOTTON,

LI M IT DO,
October 12, 1907 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 

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LEICESTER WOOL MARKET.

LEICESTER WOOL MARKET.

March 80 Although there is heavy consumption of raw material, business in the wool market greatly interfered with by the extreme demands of holders, and in almost ail grades of home-grown produce country rates are le. to Si. per tod of 88lb. above what can be etcured the centres
April 6, 1907 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HOW IT FEELB TO DIE.

HOW IT FEELB TO DIE.

HOW IT FEELB DIE. Th* Hindu Spiritual Magazine has givM •tveral narratives the expvriencos of thoas who have almost ilicd and who were afterward* restored life. these the most remarkable is the caso L)r. Wiltse, the St. Louis Medical and Surgiriil Journal, who. according to his o
April 6, 1907 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Wednespav. Belt re E. Cbamlcra, E;q. (in tbe chair), F. Austin. Jabri Smith, H. F. TeW, »cd K. R. Child,

Wednespav. Belt re E. Cbamlcra, E;q. (in tbe chair), F. Austin. Jabri Smith, H. F. TeW, »cd K. R. Child,

TBAHsm. The licer.ce of the Recreation XsTern, East Street, was transferred frem Jane Pierse Horace Jt ffory.
January 18, 1908 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
FLATiaa TO THAI L.

FLATiaa TO THAI L.

FLATiaa THAI L. Charles FfilUl, •god 16, of Sf. M«r)*• Row!, Sidney George Lewis, IT, of St. Jobu’o Row!, Frederick Edward Gore, 18, Sf. Rood, and Albert Edward Brown, 17, of St. Mary's Road, were imnmooad for playing football in Preston Lane tbs annoyance of paaeengers on Decemb
January 18, 1908 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Is tbe aim of all oonsoieutioos parents to bring up strong, bealtby and vigorous children, who are oapsb'e of not

Is tbe aim of all oonsoieutioos parents to bring up strong, bealtby and vigorous children, who are oapsb'e of not

only fighting life’s battles, but also making their mark in tbe world, and to do ibis It is absolutely necessary for them to possess good constitutions. True some of tbe weaklings are occasionally successful, but their success is only matter of degree, for had they not been hand
January 18, 1908 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England