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MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

quarterly meeting of the Town Council was held tbe Guildhall on Thursday night, commencing at half-past seven and terminating half-past nine. There was good attendance at starting, but it dwindled to comparative few at the close. Tbere were present-The Mayor (B. G. Berry, Esq.),
23 May 1891 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
WHITSTABLE. SALE OF

WHITSTABLE. SALE OF

PROPERTY. Mr. J. T. BEEVES Having received instructions WILL SELL B\ AUCTION, AT the BEAR AND KEY HOTEL. WHITSTABLE.on WEDNESDAY, MAY 37, 1891, at 3.30 p.m., all tbe substantial brick-built DWELLING HOUSE, With walled-in Yard, and the appurtonances thereto belonging, situate Vict
23 May 1891 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
RICHARD TYHURST. SOLE AGENT BY APPOINTMENT TO THE LONDON. CHATHAM. AND DOVER RAILWAY COMPANY. BEGS inform the inhabitants Heme Bay

RICHARD TYHURST. SOLE AGENT BY APPOINTMENT TO THE LONDON. CHATHAM. AND DOVER RAILWAY COMPANY. BEGS inform the inhabitants Heme Bay

tbat has entered into arrangements with Messrs. I fTacber and Co., assist him carrying the Agency, and that the Office and premises for many years in his occupation in Dolphin Street and Telford Street, Herne Bay, will again be used for the purposes the Agency, and all orders fo
23 May 1891 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
MADE WITH BOILING WATER. E PPS'S GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. COCOA MADE WITH BOILING ONE BOS OP CLARKE'S B PILLS ia warranted all

MADE WITH BOILING WATER. E PPS'S GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. COCOA MADE WITH BOILING ONE BOS OP CLARKE'S B PILLS ia warranted all

discharges from the Urinary Organs in either sex (acquired or constitutional). Gravel and the back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemist, and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World or sent to any address, for GO stamps, by the makers, the
23 May 1891 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
% armies. . WHITSTABI.K-ON-SEA TIDE TABLE. • MornlnK- ifteruo.'O. 33 11.51 ' 13. 8 1.19 1.40 3.21 3. 3.30 3.57

% armies. . WHITSTABI.K-ON-SEA TIDE TABLE. • MornlnK- ifteruo.'O. 33 11.51 ' 13. 8 1.19 1.40 3.21 3. 3.30 3.57

lt l„ . • w»n rmoures outlier than at Wbitstable.
23 May 1891 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
WXNGHAM.

WXNGHAM.

HIGHWAY HOARD. quarterly meeting of waywardens for the Wingham Division was held in the Board-room of Workhouse on Thursday last. Present— J. T. Collett, J. B. Plumptre, and J. J. Harvey, Esqrs. (ex-oificio), Messrs. John Addley, J. Lunford, A. A. Cliflord, G. Court, S. Jeall, W.
19 April 1873 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
ASHFORD.

ASHFORD.

HIGHWAY board. The first meeting of the waywardens for the year ensuing was held on Tuesday. The parishes of Bircholt, Eastwell, and Hothfield had sent no returns ; the remaining parishes were represented as ioUows:-Lsoughton. Mr. Hope Theobalds: Brabourne Mr. Jas. Week*.; Brook
19 April 1873 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HYTHE.

HYTHE.

The Accident on the New Railway Works.— Fatal Result.—The unfortunate man Griffey, who was severely hurt at tbe Saltwood cutting of the Hythe and Sandgate Railway on the Ist inst, succumbed .to his injuries on Tuesday morning. He leaves a widow and six young children, including a
19 April 1873 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HERNE.

HERNE.

St. Martin's Church. —We give the Vicar great credit for the zeal he exercised in the services at the fine old parish church on Sunday last (Easter Sunday). Beginning with the decorations, which were very beautiful, and which we believe were carried out by Mrs. Bichards, the Mis
19 April 1873 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
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.
19 January 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England