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BRIDGE.

BRIDGE.

With a view to assist the fund being raised for the erection of pavilion on the Bridge Cricket Club's ground, concert has arranged for at the Reading Room next Thursday evening, 22nd. Several ladies and geutlemeu the neighbourhood and from Canterbury have kindly promised contrib
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
ALLEGED KENT "BOSS SPIES."

ALLEGED KENT "BOSS SPIES."

Recently two Kent men, Mr. Bert Celeey, of Box)or, and Mr. Percy Pollard.of Sidcap, were Watford, oa being Boar spit*. Mr. Kalsey has giv*n bis *i|il*aa*lnu to —spauw Pollard were enrollad with ' tb* Herts Yeomanry CaTalry, and one *vaaing warn oat they called hotel. Pollard the
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Harr William Morris, of the firm Morris and Marshal}, shoe manufacturers, Northampton, was sentenced the assizes Friday to five yean'

Harr William Morris, of the firm Morris and Marshal}, shoe manufacturers, Northampton, was sentenced the assizes Friday to five yean'

penal servitude for setting fire bis factory and stealing boots and leather goads in the absence of bis partner.
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
GARDEN WORK.

GARDEN WORK.

Sasntvss Rocar*. The war adopted by gees-re-- The inve-itlon it be! vagi the The bulb* are treated the first place like those in glasses that • > » *"* .*e root.' •pott* ; tossy saw then on lirxrf cebbl a and filled with water? toe tubing Mot embedded. Tbe water deep enough to t
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
WHITSTABLE INSTITUTE.

WHITSTABLE INSTITUTE.

Rending' room and museum open from a.m. 10 p.m. subscriptions :— Gentlemen—annual, 65.; quarterly, 2s. Ladies— l'brary and museum Annual, 3a,; quarterly, Is, Ladies—library, muaenm, and reading; rooom annual, 55.; quarterly, la. Visitors to the town are Admitted payment of one p
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 

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MARGATE.

MARGATE.

> Tbe let Cinque Ports Volunteer Artillery will this year go into camp Lydd. j The only son of Mr. 8.->rgrare-Deane, Q.C.. the I recorder of Margate, is among the Lieutenants of the , Battalion Scots Guards in Sonth Africa, j Artillrry.—Orders for the week ending 24th February :
February 17, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
KENT ASSIZES.

KENT ASSIZES.

zrarr oasb». a -ci-NdgsouTH Xt'mm, 55. .wmahsr, was indie* Mid netting Bt» dwell- j.,g h., of . *r»h Marahnll. with intent tv ' J j.b urine 0 am*, bring th»n rteri'ta, ajarf-Ovnb, J-.nui.rjr 32 aad pleated guilty, fe.it, oa id* of ta* U'ered at* pie* to one ,4 But guilty.—Mr. f
March 3, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
PRESENTATION TO MR. T.

PRESENTATION TO MR. T.

ELK HAW, Jj. 0. ABO D. BAIL WAY, AT CAIfTBBBTJBY. it'g* fathering; th* principal tradesmen aad citiseae of Canterbury assembled at Fountain Hotel on Too-day evening to witae** the presentation * testimonial Mr. T. Hensnaw, his retirement from tae post of station master ot the L.
March 3, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY BANKRUPTCY COURT.

CANTERBURY BANKRUPTCY COURT.

tots Court was held M »* ÜBBJJw. BAT. the drttort, ra^-fta^ •table » lfiXW, with . efjteeed into n*rtaeranir>wtik^^^ ou-inMtemvwiiiH,, *~.?* ***» ~»P*e«ed, tad lagatVaeeaMtaot yet beee -*» *»*■».■■■■■■■■■ .»e terfaMlrOMd the material the contract, tad badm^ te-dee other contract
March 3, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

GREAT VICTORY IK FREE STATE. ENTRAPPED—DEFEAT OF WITH HEAVY LOBSXS.—CBOBJB AID ALL HIS CAPITULATS OH AHBIYBKSABY OY MAJUBA. YOUR THOU3AND PRISONERS. Lord Roberts, ia a telegram Saturday* data from Paardeberg, stated parties of Boars from again attacked outposts force Friday, but
March 3, 1900 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England