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T.H E MARKETS.

T.H E MARKETS.

At Mark Lane on Monday, English wheat recovered from 6d. to is, per qr on the week, and foreign wheat was firm at 6.d. advance. Flour was lifted ls. per sack - all round. The result of the changes was that good 631 b. lots of wheat made from 535. to 555. in. the Eentish Markets,
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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The great sale of works of art, etc., given to the British Red Cross Society and the Order of the. Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem was began at Christie's Galleries., London, on Thursday, and will be continued for fifteen days, the number of lots comprised in the' catalogue be
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
DISASTROUS EXPLOSION IN KENT. '2OO Casvialities,

DISASTROUS EXPLOSION IN KENT. '2OO Casvialities,

DISASTROUS EXPLOSION IN KENT. The Ministry of Munitions reports with great regret that during the week-end a serious fire broke out in a poWder factory in Kent, whieh led to a series of explosions in the works. The tire, which was purely accidental, was discovered at mid-day and
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
'MAST KE lir 11 (C 4.15 A. It TER Sk.,' SS I 0 T'i,(_.-.

'MAST KE lir 11 (C 4.15 A. It TER Sk.,' SS I 0 T'i,(_.-.

'MAST KE 1 1 A. SS I 0 -91 - rese Setons itel (I at a, on r. C,oles lii. In'esi FiPst, Court,. and Ifon..a. A. Hannen in the Secomil Court.
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NVITHDRAIArN.

NVITHDRAIArN.

The appeal of Mr. Diamond, of Hailing, who was convicted for an alleged offence under the Lighting Regulations, and upon which the justices were equally divided at the last Quarter Sessions was withdrawn. . MT. Pitman, who represented the appellant, asked that the appeal of Mr.
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ASSAULT.

ASSAULT.

In the iSecond Court, before Alderman: Lawrence Mitchell and. Mr. A. W. male, Waltef West, of 2.. Briggs' Alley, Bexley Heath, wag summoned for assaulting Harry Langstone on .March 15th, Langston, who - 1 - ivs at 49, Rost:3110 Road, Tooting, said he was in charge of Government
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ANOTHER CASE FROM VICKERS!

ANOTHER CASE FROM VICKERS!

Wm. Proctor, of 10, Queen. Street, Drith„ was summoned for Obtaining money by false pretences from Messrs. Vickers Erith. . It was stated that on Sunday, March 12th, the defendant "clocked" into the works, and then left again, He 'made up his work cards, showing four hours' work
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TATAINITED as General for country hotel; good' relerences.-10.rs. Elite, Dog and Dear Hotel, 'LEL-Lam. 094.64 m TOMANTED ex - Irerienced

TATAINITED as General for country hotel; good' relerences.-10.rs. Elite, Dog and Dear Hotel, 'LEL-Lam. 094.64 m TOMANTED ex - Irerienced

Grheral; plain cook- V.• lug; good wages; two in farnily.—Patterson, Termone, Snenherd's Lane, Dartford.. WANTED good General; three in family;, no t eliiciren; no basement; hthp given; good crutinge, good references reouired.—Applg Airs. Armstrong,. 66, Pelham Road, Gravesend_
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
by Auction.

by Auction.

April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE EDGWARE ROAD HORSE REPOSITORY, 407, EDGWARE ROAD, LONDON, W. (Close to Edgware Road, Tube and Metropolitan Railway Station, five

THE EDGWARE ROAD HORSE REPOSITORY, 407, EDGWARE ROAD, LONDON, W. (Close to Edgware Road, Tube and Metropolitan Railway Station, five

minutes from Paddington O.W. Railway Main Line). THE LARGEST REPOSITORY IN LONDON. SALES every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, corn- L ) mencing at 12 o'clock, including CART HORSES, STRONG TANNERS, HARNESS HORSES, from large London firms, suitable for Farmers and General Trade Purposes.' C
April 8, 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England