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NOTA BENE.

NOTA BENE.

The Dover Express The Harbour Board Accounts. On Tuesday the accounts of the Dover Harbour Board were presented to the Dover Town Council. They are up to March 31st, 1914. The figures 6liow that the Inner Harbour produced a revenue of £10,630; the poll tax amounted te £41,759; t
January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER BOY'S EXPERIENCES ON A BURNING SHIP.

DOVER BOY'S EXPERIENCES ON A BURNING SHIP.

The experiences of the crew ef the ' Shirley," which caught fire on November 3rd in the North Pacific are graphically described in a letter written home by R. Whitford, one of the three Dover boys (R. Harrison and Ross being the others) who were on board, and who had take to the
January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CHRISTMAS AT RUSSELL STREET SOLDIERS' CLUB.

CHRISTMAS AT RUSSELL STREET SOLDIERS' CLUB.

The successful free Soldiers' and Sailors' Club at the Russell Street Congregational School Hall was, on Christmas evening, the scene of a very enjoyable social to which about sixty members of the Services had been invited. The guests were provided with a much enjoyed supper of
January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. DOVER RELIEF FUND FOR BELGIAN REFUGEES. (To the Editor of the Dover Eatress.) Dear Sir, —Kindly acknowledge tlfcough the

CORRESPONDENCE. DOVER RELIEF FUND FOR BELGIAN REFUGEES. (To the Editor of the Dover Eatress.) Dear Sir, —Kindly acknowledge tlfcough the

medium of the " Dover Express" the following gifts of clothing received by me at the address below Mrs. and Miss Bowles, 15, Effingham Crescent (one parcel); Mr. Hodgkinson, "Mon Repos," Folkestone Road (one parcel); Mr. A. Goldfinch, Courtwood Yilla, Shepherdswell (second consi
January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The only Finn having Permanent Staff Specially Trained Packers, with Great Experience the proper handling of Valuable Furniture, Objects of

The only Finn having Permanent Staff Specially Trained Packers, with Great Experience the proper handling of Valuable Furniture, Objects of

Art & Vertu, &c. However Small or Large youi Removal or Storage Flashman's Ask Yon to let them give you an Estimate. THERE'S NO OBLIGATION to accept it, but if you do, the work will be well done. Miss L H. SELLENS, 34, PENCESTER RD, DOVER. LESSONS In Dressmaking, Tailoring, Embr
January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
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January 1, 1915 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
KENTISH NEWS

KENTISH NEWS

ST. MARGARETS WORKING- MEN'S CLUB.—The general meeting of the Working Men's Club is to be held oil Monday next at p.m., in the billiaivl room, j It is hoped that large number of members | will attend. EVENING CLASSES.—The County Council evening continuation classes started this
October 11, 1907 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
"A CHURCHYARD COUGH"

"A CHURCHYARD COUGH"

Declared hopeless, but cured by VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURB. 9 Mr. J. Churchill,, of Dowlish Wake, Ilminster, Somerset, says : "Nearly 30 years ago I contracted inflammation of the lungs which left me with Bronchial Asthma of very severe type, my cough was bad that people said i
October 11, 1907 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CAN CURE ASTHMA

CAN CURE ASTHMA

A LEADING PHYSICIAN AT LAST DISCOVERS THE REMEDY. Th« astonishing statement that Asthma can be cured, coming from so well known authority as Dr. Rudolph Schiffmann, will interest to Aethnlfc sufferers. The experience most Asthmatics has been that little if any relief has been af
February 12, 1909 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CHANNEL FERRY COMPANY S MEETING.

CHANNEL FERRY COMPANY S MEETING.

APPLICATION MADE TO BOARD OF TRADE. Lord Weardale, presiding at the meeting of the Channel Ferry (Dover) Company, held Tuesday, said that they were unable to report any substantial progress in their scheme, solely because tliey found themselves confronted with the opposition the
November 18, 1910 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England