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MORE KENT COAL FOR BUNKERS

MORE KENT COAL FOR BUNKERS

This morning a barge is loading up with 80 tons coal for the s.s. " Accra" lying in 6 the Naval Harbour, for use bunker coal. ' This coal is from Tilmanstone.
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
HOLBEIN'S LATEST ATTEMPT.

HOLBEIN'S LATEST ATTEMPT.

T.as+ night, Holbein started at mid-night on his attempt swim the channel. He was escorted the Wh:tstable salvage steamer, j " Triton," which proved admirable depot ' sh'p for such a swim. The start was mad.' i from th- South Foreland, but although Holb -in persevered until 5 o'
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
RIFLE SHOOTING.

RIFLE SHOOTING.

DOVER v. HYTHE. DOVER MAN'S BIG SCORE. On Saturday Dover met Hythe Ilythe. There was a very strong wind blowing, which made shooting difficult, especially at 600 yards. Notwithstanding this, Mr. C. C. Chatterley, one of the Dover team, made the magnificent score of 102 out of 10
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE GOOD TEMPLARS.

THE GOOD TEMPLARS.

A very pleasant evening was spent at the Dover Emmanuel Lodge on Wednesday evening the School Room, Edward's Road, Biggin Street, it being in celebration of the past Templar Bro. Beer's 61st birthday. A Good Templar ode welcome was sung by the members at 8 p.m. Bro. Fair C.T.. o
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT.

NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT.

DOVER, DISTRICT COMMITTEE. A meeting of this Committee was held in tli3 Mayor's Parlour on Tuesday, 9th September, at 8 p.m. Mr. J. Harcombe Cuff (Chairman), Miss A. E. Quance, Dr. P. W. S. Stone, and Messrs. C. T. Long, A. Langley, M. England, E. J. W. Prescott, T. J Semple, W.
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE USE OF STIMULANTS.

THE USE OF STIMULANTS.

The word stimulant is derived from a, Latin root, meaning goad or to urge. That is why it is applied to drugs such as strychnine or potent alcohols that force the body to a temporary and artificial activity. All such stimulants are injurious. It most necessary to discriminate be
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

UNITED COLLIERIES v. ROYAL MARINES (DEAL). The United Collieries concluded their seasoa on Saturday, September 6th, with a match against the Royal Marines, Deal, at the Athletic Ground, Crabble. Winning the toss, the Royal Marines batted first, and put together 168 runs. When th
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BARGE FROM "PREUSSEN" SUNK.

BARGE FROM "PREUSSEN" SUNK.

Thursday evening, between 5 and 6 p.m., barge used by Messrs. Voysey for conveying the salvage from the " Preussen to Dover sank the rocks between the wreck and the Cornhill Cottages whilst it was being t-owed the tug. The barge had a very heavy cargo on board, a good deai of ir
September 12, 1913 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

ELECTRICITY DISPUTE ECHO 3. SPENDING MORE MONEY. The monthly meeting of the Dover Town Council was he!d Tuesday the Council Chamber, the Deputy Mayor J. W- Bassey) presided. Others present were Aldermen Sellens and Sir E. Farley; Councillors Barnes, East, Russell, Grant, Cairns,
June 29, 1923 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
At Canterbury on Monday tbe Magistrates said that the evidence was not sufficient to nut the well-known Railwaymen's Union Secretary,

At Canterbury on Monday tbe Magistrates said that the evidence was not sufficient to nut the well-known Railwaymen's Union Secretary,

Alfred James Whitlock, on his trial for stealing silk and worsted cloth from Canterbury , West Station, and was then discharged.
June 29, 1923 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England