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HERNE BAY. At a meeting of the Herne Bay Urban Discreet Council on Wednesday night it was agreed to accept

HERNE BAY. At a meeting of the Herne Bay Urban Discreet Council on Wednesday night it was agreed to accept

the recommendation of the Finance Committee that a general district rate of ss. sd. in the be made for the ensuing year. is the same amount as the rate for the peat :Veer. • "SPOTTED" FEVER AT CHATHAM. An outbreak of spotted fever has occurred the military in Chatham and surroun
April 1, 1916 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
SITTING EGOS. St. 6d. sitting. Black Leghorn. Ruff Rarir, Ruff Orpingtria and first cross Indian Game Buff Orpington. Chicks from

SITTING EGOS. St. 6d. sitting. Black Leghorn. Ruff Rarir, Ruff Orpingtria and first cross Indian Game Buff Orpington. Chicks from

83. 6d. down. Rona Se. each. J. Wilson, Millstrood Hill, Whitstable.
April 1, 1916 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
Send fin. descriptive Catalogues to H. S. TETT and CO Ltd., • 3 Preston Works, Faversham.

Send fin. descriptive Catalogues to H. S. TETT and CO Ltd., • 3 Preston Works, Faversham.

April 1, 1916 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
THE FAVERSHAM MERCURY AND NORTH-EAST KENT JOURNAL

THE FAVERSHAM MERCURY AND NORTH-EAST KENT JOURNAL

April 1, 1916 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
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April 1, 1916 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
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July 5, 1919 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
COAL TO BE 4s. Id. A TON

COAL TO BE 4s. Id. A TON

BEARER. OUTPUT 8111iLL FAIJANG. SERIOUS OUTLOOK. Mr. Bridgeman, in the House of 00112- on Monday, informed Mr. Lambert that the estimated deficit falling on the Exchequer for the year beginning July 15th next in coal sold at to-day's prices—after taking into account the contenti
July 5, 1919 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
-1., – HUME BAY.

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- HUME BAY. The north-east corner of William Streit and Promenade is. often a breezy spot. Familiarly known as the "Old Post Office cner"—now Gardner's Fancy Stereo-- there is alway‘ an interesting window display. Leather Goods, Fancy Articles, China, Beads, Dolls, Toys. Games. H
July 5, 1919 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
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July 5, 1919 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
"THE GEM." Week Commencing MONDAY, .ITTLY 7th. 4.46 TWICE NIGHTLT 8.46 Usual Matinees on Thursday and Saturday at 3. Nadine

"THE GEM." Week Commencing MONDAY, .ITTLY 7th. 4.46 TWICE NIGHTLT 8.46 Usual Matinees on Thursday and Saturday at 3. Nadine

in Wednesday, dl3. :Free licit entirely suspended. The Stupendous Film, NELSON. A seven reel Britiab Film Mastaspieon depicting the Life Story of Britain's Immortal Sea Hero. Approved by eminent Naval and Military Authorities. • The week-end 6lms will include: THE UNWRITTEN CORI
July 5, 1919 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England