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• Misvellateaus. 15 Words, 6d.; 3 Insertions, is. 3d. 30 Words, is.; 3 In.sel.taons, 2,5. 6d.

• Misvellateaus. 15 Words, 6d.; 3 Insertions, is. 3d. 30 Words, is.; 3 In.sel.taons, 2,5. 6d.

March 6, 1915 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
AIR. and MRS. BROOMFIELD, of 100 and. 102, Upper Stone Street. beg leay4 to return thanks for the kind support

AIR. and MRS. BROOMFIELD, of 100 and. 102, Upper Stone Street. beg leay4 to return thanks for the kind support

that they , have reodived these -last 12 years, and to ,state that they •give the hig - hest - price Left-off Wearing:- Apparel, Plate. 'Jewellery and all kinds of misoellaneous property. P.O. -Orders retnined for all parcels sent. • _ . • RS. DANIELS. 48. Stone . Street. Maidst
March 6, 1915 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Q ITT IN GS from Pure-bred Columbian Wynn- Li dottes (healthy birds), 4s. dozen. For Sale, Pure-bred •Columbians, 2nd year,

Q ITT IN GS from Pure-bred Columbian Wynn- Li dottes (healthy birds), 4s. dozen. For Sale, Pure-bred •Columbians, 2nd year,

laying, 5 Hens and Cocks, good condition.—Woolston, "Lochinvar," West Mailing. 36827m QPECKLED Sitssex Eggs for Sittings, 3s. per Li dozen.—English, Manor Farm, Watering bury. 36635 m _ Q TOCK Geese for , Sale, near laying. What Li offers ?—Lacimut House, Meopham. 9794 b rpHE mo
March 6, 1915 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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1 : , f' , ,',;:,, -4,,, , QA ":' , 4 , 1, •, ' ' • , , In proved ', f i reeliold British farMerS : 1 aores virgin miition , Liv,pom, in rent. A ' '0 aoil 2/. per acre. nairyin, cank raising, fruit 1 Igl gardening. Unlimited market. Grand climate. of at ii teaches. Ideal social
February 14, 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
WHITE (7 * pieces). White to play and mate in two. moves_ Solutions b - e sent in by February

WHITE (7 * pieces). White to play and mate in two. moves_ Solutions b - e sent in by February

24th Key move to Problem by G. E. Hobbman:— Q-116. If (y) 10cB; .(2) db. ch., etc. If (1) BxR; '(2) P—HI- ch.' Correct solution to hand from C. H. Hickman (Marden). C.H.H. (Marden).—The solution you sent to Mr. Bemer's , Problem was Kt—K7. roes not Bla.ck meet this by ? COUNTY C
February 14, 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LOWER HALSTOW CHURCH. Dedication Service by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

LOWER HALSTOW CHURCH. Dedication Service by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

It Must be an infinite satisfaction to the , Kentish Archmologists to. note the .care which is being taken in the restoration of the structures of our village churches; and the Church- Men of the Diocese of Canterbury cannot fail to rejoice that the Archbishop is showing such a
February 14, 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BY THE IT HON. GEORGE PEEL, M.P

BY THE IT HON. GEORGE PEEL, M.P

The Report of Lord Ba,lf our of Burleigh's Ohmraittee on Commercial and 'lndustrial Policy after the War is the most equable and benign of State PaPers. It may even be said to err upon the side of good nature, for it .appears to enter. , tarn policies which are uf,t very, consis
May 25, 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

February 14, 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NOTICE MINISTRY 07 FOOD,

NOTICE MINISTRY 07 FOOD,

WEST ASHFORD LOCAL FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. FARMERS' SURPLUS BUTTER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the abovenamed Food Control Committee is prepared to accept applications from households residing within its area for permission to acquire supplies of , surplus farm butter for the p
May 25, 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ACADEMY rACING. THE OLD PALACE, MAIDSTONE. riALISTHENICS, BALL ROOM & SOCIETY MORRIS DANCES.--"TANGO" AND LATEST DANCES. - Private Lessons by

ACADEMY rACING. THE OLD PALACE, MAIDSTONE. riALISTHENICS, BALL ROOM & SOCIETY MORRIS DANCES.--"TANGO" AND LATEST DANCES. - Private Lessons by

Appointment. Afternoon and Evening Classes. Fancy Dances arranged for Theatricals. Pupils received for the Profession. Prospectus on application to Mrs: T. Noel. Thomas, 4. Buckland Road; or Miss Collins, 12, Cornwallis Road, Maidstone.
February 14, 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England