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HiLDEN BOROUGH.

HiLDEN BOROUGH.

THE BOYS' BRIGADE.—After a most enjoyable week in camp with the West Kent Battalion et Herne Bay, Uth Company returned borne on Saturday last. As usual, the boys acquitted themselves most creditably all directions. In the competition (or the best kept tent they won Ist end 3rd p
12 August 1910 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SOIITHROROII H.

SOIITHROROII H.

SCHOOL TREAT.— The troat th. Wto- Sunday School was fteld kindly lent Messrs. Adams and Bon. 8 who hlmwhile et work In the KoothaU Ground . Wednesday evening last week. Is Bteely. end will, no doubt, root, have texalned accustomed activity. py-TER CHURCH.—The Rev. H. J- H_ liars
12 August 1910 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
SPHLOHUPST.

SPHLOHUPST.

OUntTART.—Tb* ocrniTWl »t tb* County G»lw«T, IreUnd, or. Tu«s-a»y, August Jnd. Commander Thomaa Clinton Fysioa R.S.. retired (ron the Into Larenzn 0. J.P.. Had, 00. Worterd. Ireland, and Mr* Speldharet, Kent). Be went Galway acrerml year* a* Coastguard Officer of the dlatrlct, a
12 August 1910 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
elected, via. s Preeldect. Ree JT. H K. Kirby,

elected, via. s Preeldect. Ree JT. H K. Kirby,

elected, via. Preeldect. Ree JT. K. Kirby, », toy boa, too- 5 J-jnuer. A. Hut, A. and T. WH*on, oapUia. Hr, J, Kid ridge. Mr. C. Winter A match comraittie wa» alio ajtpoUUad. The baiince »liu-t ot Uat aeaioa’a accoaaU wai adopted, ihoalh* reoelpta (Uiclndlng baUnce from previous
12 August 1910 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
PHILPOT & SONS,»

PHILPOT & SONS,»

35, Mount Pleasant,
12 August 1910 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 

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MALLING PETTY SESSIONS.

MALLING PETTY SESSIONS.

MONDAY —Before R. Norton. Esq. (In the chair), Colonel Luck, the Hon H A. Hannen. 8. Lee Smith. Percy Nevlll. B. Mel vtlle, and A. P. THE ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. The Chairman announced that the annual general Licensing Meeting would held Monday, February Bth, 11 o'clock. HUSBA
15 January 1909 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
TUNBRIDGE WELLS FARMERS' CLUB.

TUNBRIDGE WELLS FARMERS' CLUB.

meeting of the Tunbridpe Farmers' Club was held the Pump Room on Friday evening, Mr W. E. Roger* presiding. There were present: Messrs. C. J. Parris, W. Thompson, Thos. Edwards, F. Walter, E. Walter, T. J. Trower. C. Wye, Frank Austen. R. W. Denver (secretary-*, and E. Combley (
15 January 1909 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
THE CROWHURST OTTER HOUNDS.

THE CROWHURST OTTER HOUNDS.

The general meeting of thia Hunt held ou Monday last at the Cattle Hotel, Tollbridge Wells. The Master, Mr Varadell, having read his report {or the previous season, said that on the whole, had been a very fair one, although they had not killed quite so many otters as the year be
15 January 1909 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION.

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting o! Licensed Victualler*' Association was held the Grosvenor Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, on Thursday afternoon. Mr W. C. Wilson presided, and there were also present: Messrs. F. Sadler vice chairman), D. Peters, A. H. E Burren, A. E. Titehener, C. B
15 January 1909 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
iJictlis, ik« e. DEATITS. LAMB.—On December at Heathcliffe, Wells, Harriet. Sophia, widow of the late General C. F. G. I.amb,

iJictlis, ik« e. DEATITS. LAMB.—On December at Heathcliffe, Wells, Harriet. Sophia, widow of the late General C. F. G. I.amb,

aged PHIL POTT.—Ou January Sth, at Sp kfield Villas. Groombridge, Eden Charlotte Philpott. after a long illness, aged 74 years. JOEL.—On Thursday, Ja ntiary 11th, 10, Norfolk-road." Tunbridge Wells, Jan* Elizabeth, the dearly beloved «il» of James C. Joel, after a long aud painf
15 January 1909 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England