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Mr. Titos Salt has given £5,000 towards tbe Memorial Hall which the Congregational Dissenters are going to erect in London,

Mr. Titos Salt has given £5,000 towards tbe Memorial Hall which the Congregational Dissenters are going to erect in London,

a cost of £70,000 The fond for the Oaks snd Talks colliery sufferers amounts to about £30.000; bnt to relieve the sufferers the same proportion as those st Hartley shoot £100,000 will be required. The Munificent Present of 800 guineas and gold box has been presented to Mr. T. B.
January 19, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
The Powkb of Love.—A young lady, beautiful and well educated, the daughter of an Irish landed proprietor, and who was

The Powkb of Love.—A young lady, beautiful and well educated, the daughter of an Irish landed proprietor, and who was

engaged to be married to a gentleman in China with an income of £30,000 year, lately eloped with the son of a poor farmer. They took passage on the ship American Congress:— The lady's brother, from whom she had borrowed £20 pay the expenses her journey, followed the Java, but ar
January 19, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
THE EAST KENT STOWAGE AND HOP EXCHANGE COMPANY.

THE EAST KENT STOWAGE AND HOP EXCHANGE COMPANY.

On Saturday last a meeting of hop growers was held the Fountain Hotel, Canterbury, for the purpose of receiving the report of the Committee recently appointed to cany out the above scheme. There were only between 30 and 40 gentlemen present, amongst whom were, Mr. B. Lake, Mr. F
March 30, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
DEAL.

DEAL.

It ia reported that there no intention adopting the compulsory sad illegal course of borough rate as means of providing for the expenses that may be incurred by legal inquiry into the obnoxious charges cast upon the town in reference the ship " North.'' The abandonment, however,
March 30, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

Monday. House of Lords.—The Martinis of Clanriearde postponed for a week his motion relating to the ( Tornado, in consequence of the absence from illness of the Premier. The Dublin University Professorships Bill was passed through committee. A petition , having been presented by
April 6, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 

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INDIA.

INDIA.

The following advices are from Bombay to tbe 10th alt.:—Upwards 400 persons were presented at the Right Hon. Seymour Fitzgerald's first levee. The amalgamation of the Banks of Bombay and Bengal ia nnder consideration. The Government haa promised to favour any scheme that may be
April 6, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
RAMSGATE.

RAMSGATE.

A vessel was observed at an early hour on Wednesday morning, to be ashore on the Goodwins, and the crew of the steam tug "Vulcan" were ordered to get their vessel under steam and hasten to rescue the imperiled vessel, which proved to be the "Tomena," an oyster boat belonging to
April 6, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Intelligence. - Paris International Exhibition.—The first part of the Catalogue, published the Art-Joa ma I, will appear in the April

Intelligence. - Paris International Exhibition.—The first part of the Catalogue, published the Art-Joa ma I, will appear in the April

number. will consist of twenty-eight pages, which are comprised engravings from the works of twenty-six of the leading manufacturers of Europe; among them may be named Fro ment Meunce, Hunt, and BoskeU, Sy and Wagner (Berlin), Elkington, Harry Emanuel, Weise, Benson, Odiot, chii
March 16, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
The Health or Mrs. rejoice to state that the improvement in the condition of Mrs. J-»i3raeli continues. Mr. Odo Russell

The Health or Mrs. rejoice to state that the improvement in the condition of Mrs. J-»i3raeli continues. Mr. Odo Russell

arrived at Home on the 14th, and ins.antly demanded explanation of the visit made to his apartments by the Roman police. The authoritiesreplied a letter of apology, alleging that the search was ordered his interest, to protect him trora the machinations of the disturbers of publ
November 30, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HOW OUR MEAT SUPPLY IS WASTED.

HOW OUR MEAT SUPPLY IS WASTED.

Jnst now, when the price of butchers' meat is question of such serious importance, attention may very properly be directed to one most fruitful source of disease among cattle; we refer to the mode in which they are conveyed from one part of the country to another. As a simple qu
November 30, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England