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MADE FROM THE FINEST ENGLISH WHEAT

MADE FROM THE FINEST ENGLISH WHEAT

• • • • CREAMY
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
DRY AS DUST

DRY AS DUST

the past, the refore, the dangers of dust have largely tallen into the industrial category, but the dry summer last year, followed dry winter months anil combined with tile drought experienced during the present summer, have made the menace of dust an everyday health problem for
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
THE DOWNS SCHOOL

THE DOWNS SCHOOL

Da*niy Exhibition The grace and charm of young girlhood were vividly demonstrated at an exhibition folk dancing and rhythmics and a percussion bund performance on the lawn at The Downs School on Wednesday last week. There was a good attendance parents and friends of the school.
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
STEADY

STEADY

The Chums then returned to the saluting base and the ceremony was carried out. The evolutions the boys, both slow and quick time, and their steadiness on parade a ceremony where exactitude is of the utmost importance, were perfect, and commanded the unstinted praise of the spect
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
NOT WITHOUT MEANS

NOT WITHOUT MEANS

'Alderman Franks: Then he had some visible means. instructions 30 years ago were that if man had any money
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
RESULTS

RESULTS

The fiill results were as follows; Tug-of-war (mounted): 1, 33rd Batt.j 2, 55th Batt. Recruits' section jumping: 1, 3t>th Batt. team; 2, 32nd Batt. team ; 3, Batt. 4 B' team. Wrestling horseback; 1, 33rd Batt.s 2, 3(>th Batt. Open jumping; 1, JA. H. C. Withers, R.A.; 2, Capt. J.
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
LEAGUE RECORD

LEAGUE RECORD

Their league record was as follows; played 15-; won, 7; lost, (i; drawn, 2; goals for, goals against, points, Kit). They played seven friendly games during the season, all of which they won. Two were against Hythe, two against the School and one each against Dymchurch, the Small
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
THE THREE TINS

THE THREE TINS

On Tuesday, Aug. 7th , the price will return to 11
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
fitillNDO TEA

fitillNDO TEA

Tail-Wagger Chats THE MODERN BULLDOG ; O : PARTISANS AND PARTIALITY
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England
 
FOLKESTONE GOLF CLUB

FOLKESTONE GOLF CLUB

Summer Meeting
July 28, 1934 - Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald - Folkestone, Kent, England