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FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Apprentices wanted immediately—Apply Mrs. Hughes, 19, Canterbury Road, Whitetable WANTED GENERAL SERVANT. EASY comfortable place, two family.

FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Apprentices wanted immediately—Apply Mrs. Hughes, 19, Canterbury Road, Whitetable WANTED GENERAL SERVANT. EASY comfortable place, two family.

Must be respectable. Preference one who can do plain cooking.—Apply to Mite Peall, Roee Cottage, Oxford Street, TO BBZOKLATaR^^^S|i^«| WANTED MEN to PATHS. .•MKWMmfcggf ALFRED HOME LIMITED number pupils education. Classes for French A few little boys can be taken. Terms moderate
March 6, 1897 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
A. M. EDWARDS] Stationer, bookseller, Printer, Bookbinder, AND DliALliß IN FANCY GOODS, 83, PRESTON STREET, FA VERSHAM. A Large Assortment

A. M. EDWARDS] Stationer, bookseller, Printer, Bookbinder, AND DliALliß IN FANCY GOODS, 83, PRESTON STREET, FA VERSHAM. A Large Assortment

of General and Fancy Stationery always on hand, including the Popular Pall Mall Club, Original Milton Mill, Hieratica,andKentish Notepaper and Envelopes, also a Choice Collection of prettily designed Stationery in Boxes. The Celebrated London Club Paper in one pound packets at d
March 6, 1897 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
FRANK AMOS, F.S.I. (By examination), AUCTION KKB, VALTJBB, AND SUB VE YOB. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. BY AUCTION of Farming

FRANK AMOS, F.S.I. (By examination), AUCTION KKB, VALTJBB, AND SUB VE YOB. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. BY AUCTION of Farming

Stock, Kit*tea. Timber, Furniture, &c. Valuations for Tenant light Timber, Probate, Mortgage, See. Surrey*, Plan* ind Reports made. Estates Managed. Bents and Tlthea Collected. iGBN'T FOR THE SDN FIRE AND LIFB INSURANCE OFFICE, Officm— PARADE, CANTBRBOHT. 3orna, Bunions, In-grow
March 6, 1897 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
DEAL.

DEAL.

fatal Accident.—Last Sunday a child named Friend died from the effect of breaking its leg, while playing on the Victori Esplanade. Sessions, Thursday;.—A woman named Newing brought a charge against another woman of the name of Parker, for defamation character ; aad i the case bo
September 11, 1875 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
ASHFORD.

ASHFORD.

Ths Bath Company.—The annual meeting of the shareholders held the office of the company laat week. Hr. R. Farley presided, and there waa a large attendance.—The report of the directors was read by the secretary, Mr. C. H- Thurston. They stated that they regretted it was not thei
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
BROADSTAIRS.

BROADSTAIRS.

DrriHojr.-LoTeU the London, „j"JS U and ease • * tnwa ?f»nons question ss to the liability of ' - Passengers' luggsge st were as follow. :-The plsiotiff arnved at the Victons Stauon, intending to s» by eertam train to Brcad»tair,, bnt was told by farter! to whom she subequently
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
DOVER.

DOVER.

The Marquis Londonderry has been sleeted Vice Commodore of the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club, Dover, place of Mr. Thomas firassey. M resigned. * The Channel Tunnel.—M. Thome Gamond, the well-known French engineer, who was the first to put forward any practical shape the scheme f
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION.

(Before the Bight Hon. the President.) Pbobatb and Drvoßcs. ASHBEOOK V. ASHBBOOK AND BAIT. LIS. This was a suit instituted the husband, Aahbrock, for dissolution of marriage by reason of the alleged adultery of his wife. Emily Ladr Ashbrook, with the co-respondent. Mr. Hugh Sidn
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
FOB SALE, H_\DSOME COB, CART, and HARNESS, A together or separately—Apply to Mr. T Holmes, New-street, Heme Bay. STEEPLE CHASES,

FOB SALE, H_\DSOME COB, CART, and HARNESS, A together or separately—Apply to Mr. T Holmes, New-street, Heme Bay. STEEPLE CHASES,

MARCH 16th. LETTING OF BOOTH GROUND. for the WHOLE of the REFRESHMENT GROUND and STALLS oan sent to the Course, Wye, on before Thursday, February The"cornmittee not bind themselves to accept the highest tender. Q KENNETT, C.C. FREE EMIGRATION TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 4Ta» GOVERNMENT
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
CAKPEES! CAEPEB!! 1876 Spring Stock. BEUBSELB, TAPESTRY, FELT, AND OTHER CARPETS GREATLY REDUCED PRIOE& JOHN HOQBIN, HOUSE, BAT. ism ns

CAKPEES! CAEPEB!! 1876 Spring Stock. BEUBSELB, TAPESTRY, FELT, AND OTHER CARPETS GREATLY REDUCED PRIOE& JOHN HOQBIN, HOUSE, BAT. ism ns

expenditure 8, OLD JBWBY, B.C. thi. system all TRADESMEN are snahled to TRANSACT their BUSINESS RSADYMONBY PRINCIPLES, snd all READY MONET CUSTOMERS with ttow SECURE ths RETURN ttS DAILY EXPENDITURE. The tradesmen sad customers who are dermae aha of this system now namber^may Tr
February 19, 1876 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England