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DISPENSARY. ! «,k . . of p»ti-nt» iunngihn *• tion the aconflrma-s*''' trt*tment . . I* ;'., .r a l'-uu-l

DISPENSARY. ! «,k . . of p»ti-nt» iunngihn *• tion the aconflrma-s*''' trt*tment . . I* ;'., .r a l'-uu-l

.:>-. (Sbb.l*,, oiceytcj), ter Unity (Canterbury Lodirc.) will tat *• , a:,, auilnno cDck, uuderthucarouf Mr. Riude.< P 1 rotor .Monday cTenini?. under the ... nency of J. llemery. Eaq. . titi.Tf-- , - J the funds this Ll«?. U '>-' Miss Bradstreev Parcel of trasses has been pres
02 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Dover.

Dover.

I Tam Gals Low op a Steamer. —A heavy gale I prevailed here during the whole Thursday night I with unabated fury. Wind blew about east by south and set in with great violence against the inner side lof the Admiralty Pier. About eleven o’clock the I Sohrabater, screw steamer. Cap
02 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
vided for the hop-pickers in the district picking season had closed, but from a movin'. and subsequent inspection of the

vided for the hop-pickers in the district picking season had closed, but from a movin'. and subsequent inspection of the

hop growing am able report that in the principal i i f tlcbonrno, Chartham, Hardres, and ' -Lt gets arc employed and conse.juoully lodriu.. oommodatiou consists wooden Imt-, buildings, with facilities for cooking ’either 1,0,1 chens or convenience at tho adjacent farm £ instance
02 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PARLIAMENT LORDS. XI'KSDAT. the Bishopric* Bill haring l. >r li-jauobamp. Lord Houghton , wrong in principle, jctd i, •sed an

PARLIAMENT LORDS. XI'KSDAT. the Bishopric* Bill haring l. >r li-jauobamp. Lord Houghton , wrong in principle, jctd i, •sed an

iucreaao of iho Episcopate lt P . », l ition. without taking into , , aMfcn of cararaanienfion. In 1 of the Episcopacy was lints? 3l Archbishop of Canterbury urged it tt to population in determining ; u bishops .13 well of judges, though ujjaicalion enabled them to undertake wou
02 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SAFEST HOP MANURE. ICHABOE GUANO and KAINIT SALT contain a certain Plant Food for the Hop Bine. £8 10s. per

SAFEST HOP MANURE. ICHABOE GUANO and KAINIT SALT contain a certain Plant Food for the Hop Bine. £8 10s. per

ton. ICHABOE GUANO In ita raw state contains FEATHERS of the SEA-BIRD high in AMMONIA. CEREALS. Use PHOSPHATED ICHABOE GUANO for ploughing in with the Seed, 26 to 27 per cent. Soluble Phosphates. £l3 per ton. TOP DRESS WITH AMMONIA FIXED ICHABOE GUANO, 9to 10 per cent. Ammonia.
02 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
BRIDGE, NEAR CANTEEBt Uessrs. SLADDEN

BRIDGE, NEAR CANTEEBt Uessrs. SLADDEN

N IT A STOCK BAZIB, Bog to inform the Public that tho7 hare boon faTourod with inotructiona TO SELL BY AUCTION, ON FRIDAY, APRIL the 12th, 1878, in the MEADOW adjoining the “LION INN," BRIDGE, near CANTERBURY, about 1,300 KENT SHEEP, Cooeiatiug principally ewe and wether tegs in
09 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
KITCHEN STEAM

KITCHEN STEAM

18s. and 30s „ House Coals THOROUGHLY SCREENED. Redaction Track Loads. Coals sent direct from Collieries to any Station in Birrs and Sons’ own waggons. QUALITY AND WEIGHT GUARANTEED THE NOTED CHEAP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CARPET, BEDDING, awe WAREHOUSES. 20 & 38. ST. GEORGE’S STREE
09 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Sittingboume.

Sittingboume.

Mr. John Anderson Aird, Surveyor and Inspector of Nuisances to tho Milton Improvement Commissioners, has been appointed Surveyor to the Beckenham Local Board, who will gain, while the former authority will lose, a must efficient officer. The salary is per annum. may mention that
09 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FORGERIES ON THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

FORGERIES ON THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

the London Mansion House on Wednesday, Mr. William Battle, 64 years of ago, was brought before the Lord Mayor, upon a warrant, charged with forging the signature of the governor of the Bank of England (Mr. Edward Howley Palmer) to receipt fur stuck, and alsu with fraudulently co
09 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PURIFYING THE BLOOD.

PURIFYING THE BLOOD.

Patronised by some of the highest of the Nobility. DHIS Preparation is pronounced by the most eminent members the Medical Profession to be unequalled for its power in replenishing the vitality the body, by its supplying all tne essential ooostitnenta of the blood and nerve subst
09 April 1878 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England