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GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY.

On Thursday ]ast week the Canterbury and Wingham branches came to visit Dover Castle and spent a very interesting afternoon. At 6.30 pm. they met with the Dover branches and the President, Mrs. Standring, for festival service in St. Mary-in-the-Castle Church, where they received
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
AN ALTERNATIVE TO BORSTAL.

AN ALTERNATIVE TO BORSTAL.

At the Dover Police Court on Monday, before Messrs. W. J. Palmer, A. C. Leney, W. S. Lee and C E. Beaufoy, Col. J. A. Purefoy Robinson, Dr. C. Wood and Mrs. Morecroft, Frederick Charles Cameron (17), of 200, Clarendon Place, appeared on remand for sentence on a charge of being c
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
"ENGLISH CHANNEL BOATS."

"ENGLISH CHANNEL BOATS."

The "Evening News," on Monday, published a review of a new book, " English Channel Boats," by C. Grasemann, Public Relations Officer of the Southern Railway, and G. W. P. McLachlan, of "Syren and Shipping." It deals with the development of the Channel Passage Service from the ea
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BOYS CAUTIONED FOR THEFT.

BOYS CAUTIONED FOR THEFT.

At the Dover Juvenile Court on Wednesday, before Messrs. C. E. Beaufoy and W. S. Lee and Mrs. Morecroft. Three boys, aged 9 years, 9i years and 10 years, were charged with being concerned together in stealing 37 pieces of timber valued 9s. 6d., the property of Messrs. G. Wimpey,
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
PUT UNDER THE LOCAL AUTHORITY'S CARE.

PUT UNDER THE LOCAL AUTHORITY'S CARE.

At the Juvenile Court on Wednesday, the Magistrates, on the application of the N.S.P.C.C., made an order for a boy of 13 to be placed under the care of the Local Authority. Evidence was given that the boy was found staying with man of 73 years, who was now dead. The boy was in a
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
IN THE STREET

IN THE STREET

THE STREET THEY SAY— WHAT DO THEY SAY? THEY SAY that tha threat to lay miles of water mains in Dover sounds nearly as bad as crisis. t THEY SAY that thero are "hundreds of ways" tho Council could economise, they should certainly start. T THEY SAY that it is not true that St. Mary
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER GOLF CLUB.

DOVER GOLF CLUB.

onoof! JuJ monthly medal will played day and Sunda y lst 2nd •J- to arrange their own partners, are .^_^ cmi - inal ties in the Captain's Cup J. g - J - Briggenshaw v. T. E. Archer; • v. G. R. Smith or A. S. Lewis.
June 30, 1939 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
County Intelligence.

County Intelligence.

TUSBRIDGE RACES. These raees were held on Tuesday and Wednesday last, and were well patronised. The following is an outline of the sport on the first day : The Tukhridge Wells Stakes. Mr. Morley's Devotee, Mountain Deer—Superstition, by. Birdcatcher, 3 yrs., G*t* 41b. (VinevJ 1
September 26, 1863 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LADY, experienced in Tuition, desires Engagement Daily Governess. For Address apply to C. T., Express Office, 185, Snargate Street. IF

LADY, experienced in Tuition, desires Engagement Daily Governess. For Address apply to C. T., Express Office, 185, Snargate Street. IF

C. F., who answered A. B.'s Advertisement in the Dover Express of the 26th ult., will call at the Express Office, will receive reply. WANTED, Strong, Respectable Lad, Sixteen years of age, a Situation. Would be willing make himself generally useful. Apply to X.Y., Express Office
April 14, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Dover Hospital & Dispejtsaby.—Weekly Report ending September 10th, 1861:— Out Patients discharged Admitted 1' Total nnmber of Out Patients on

Dover Hospital & Dispejtsaby.—Weekly Report ending September 10th, 1861:— Out Patients discharged Admitted 1' Total nnmber of Out Patients on

the Books .. In Patients discharged ' Admitted Total Number in the House o Died ' 0 Casualties attended to during the Week R. C. S. BTOCKER, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Resident Medical
September 14, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England