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THE ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE MYSTERY.

THE ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE MYSTERY.

remains of George PercivaL who is ta bave been murdered at Ashton-under-Lyne the 20th ult., were exhumed on Tuesday midnight, and a post-mortem examination was made tbe police surgeon. result the examination the police apprehended on Wednesday, at midnight, two men, named James
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
CHARGE AGAINST A PUGILIST.

CHARGE AGAINST A PUGILIST.

Jharles Mitchell, tbe pugilist, who gave the name Chailes Smith, surrendered to his bail Bow-street Police-court, onWednesday, charged with assaulting old man named George Salvage under circumstances reported on Tuesday. The accused drove up to co jit a cab. large crowd awaited
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
MR. GLADSTONE AND THE FREEDOM OF LIVERPOOL.

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE FREEDOM OF LIVERPOOL.

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE FREEDOM LIVERPOOL. , the meeting the Liverpool City Council, ; Wednesday, or* the motion of Mr. D. Holt, seconded Mr. A. B. Forwood, M.P., it was unanimously resolved to present the honorary freedom ;of the city Mr. Gladstone, and the Finance Committee was i
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
THE PARNELL ANNIVERSARY.

THE PARNELL ANNIVERSARY.

Judging by appearances on Sunday afternoon Dublin, Primrose Day in England is likely to have Irish counterpart. Ivy has been chosen by the political followers of Mr. Parnell as their badge, and on the day mentioned it was almost universally worn by the many thousands who thronge
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE.

THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE.

FAREWELL ADDRESS BY MR. THOMAS SPURGEON. One of the most remarkable and affecting scenes which ever occurred the Metropolitan Tabernacle, area during the time of its great pastor, happened the morning service on Sunday. It was known that Mr. Thomas Spurgeon, who bas conducted th
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
The ostrich which Her Majesty has accepted, and which jott arrived from Africa, bas executed pedestrian feat;which makes the accomplishment

The ostrich which Her Majesty has accepted, and which jott arrived from Africa, bas executed pedestrian feat;which makes the accomplishment

of the long ride the German officers appear quite insignificant. The bird was the property of African King, and it had to walk from his country to Sierra Leone—the distance 700 miles. Th 9 ostrich was accompanied by native who fed it, and it has been temporarily placed in the Lo
October 15, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
GARDENING.

GARDENING.

WORK FOR THE WEEK. Flowers.— Allamandas. —Plants that have rested six weeks or two months may be started into growth. Potting can be done while the plants are in dormant state or after they have commenced growing. The first perhaps the most suitable time, for it is almost imposs
December 23, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CANTERBURY BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

CANTERBURY BOARD GUARDIANS. The weekly meeting of this Board was held in the Board Room at the Workhouse on Tuesday. Mr. H. M. Chapman presided, and there were also present, Messrs. Urry, Dunn, Well*, C. J. Wood, Barren, G. F. Wood, Willcocks, Huxley, Noble, Bowen, Clinch, Curtis
December 23, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY CATTLE SHOW.

CANTERBURY CATTLE SHOW.

The exhibition of fat stock at "■UfMbilJ and Saturday was fair a>erage*%s<e M regard to while in general excellence wis superior to many of its predecessors. The honours were swarded to shorthorn sad Sussex cross-bred steer exhibited by Mr. 3. steward. Tbis animal won the champi
December 23, 1893 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
PURSUED BY SNAKES.

PURSUED BY SNAKES.

The engineer corps who are engaged in making a survey of the mountain near Lorberry, Ohio, were compelled to flee in great haste, owing to the rapid aylvance of a mountain fire which came upon them from three points of the compass. An enormous army of snakes, which had been driv
November 12, 1892 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England