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MAIDSTONE'S FLAG DAYS. WHY THE RAILWAYMEN WERE REFUSED

MAIDSTONE'S FLAG DAYS. WHY THE RAILWAYMEN WERE REFUSED

At the meeting of the .•Nlaielstone Town Council On Weduesd.ay it transpired that the Powers as to sanctioning Or refusing Flag Days in the town had been relegated to a, Committee consisting of the Aldermen. Mr. Egerton Martin asked why there Was report from this Committee. He h
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
KENT VOLUNTEER MEDICAL CORPS.

KENT VOLUNTEER MEDICAL CORPS.

Se.ction No. 7.—Headquarte is Trinity Rouse, Maidstone. No 3—Orders by C.Hick, (T.F. Res.)—Parades.—Monday, July lst. 7.30-8.30, lecture by 0.0., subject, Anatomy 8.30-9.30, squad drill. Wednesday, July 3rd, 7.30-8.30, lecture by Cap. subject, Play ,siology ; 8.30-9.30, stretche
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
When sugar is short,

When sugar is short,

.No - i•••• on saving sugar, On saving time? omit it entirely, or as may be necessary, in the cooking of puddings or fruit. , Bird's Custard made with two good tablespoonsful of sugar, is sufficient sweetening. Serve a spoonful or two with each plateful of fruit or pudding; In t
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
AYLESF ORD

AYLESF ORD

• SCHOLARSHIP SUCCESSES.—Madge Humphrey, aged 12, of the Girls' School, has gained one of the Special Exhibitions awarded by the Rent Ediacation Committee and tenable at Public Secondary and Junior Technical Schools. The Exhibition is awarded for one year in the first instance,
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BEA.BSTED.

BEA.BSTED.

SPECIAL CONSTABLES.—Mr. H. V. Lashing-10n, J.P., and Mr. Herbert Monckton,J.P., attended at the Schools, Bearsted, on Tuesday evening, and duly swore in 42 Special Constables, newly called up to serve in the Bear , sted and Thurnhara districts, the original number of Specials ha
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
C7XTON.

C7XTON.

. CITATON'S SANITARY CONDITIONS.—At the meeting of the Strood, l*tral District Council, on Thursday:, there was la letter from the Lzeal Goverrnment Board a.s..king the observations of Connell on a letter, received by them from Canon 'Toone, With''regard to the sanitary conditio
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
these Goods mr , .- from 25 to 30 cents under present prices, and cannot be repeated except at much

these Goods mr , .- from 25 to 30 cents under present prices, and cannot be repeated except at much

higher prices. ° MEN'S SUITS, 50/1 , t ality, 3 4 '3/6. • MEN'S SUIT:, 63/u uality, at 49/6. YOUTHS' SUITS, 4 7 / 6 quality, at 2 ,•fist . SCHOOL SUITS, 26/* quality, at Also quantities of Washing Suits and Blouses, Flannels, Jerseys, Hats, Caps, Ties, Braces, z,c., at Exceeding
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
FREE TO LADIES. • IRREGULARITIES, etc., removed bt an. up-to-dateoPa.nd certain method WITHOUT MEDICINE or PILLS. It is speedy and

FREE TO LADIES. • IRREGULARITIES, etc., removed bt an. up-to-dateoPa.nd certain method WITHOUT MEDICINE or PILLS. It is speedy and

simple, and a scientitc system which has been practised- with wonderful results; does not interfere with household duties. MEDICAL SCIENCE knows NO better 4.311(E. 2 have received letters of thanks daily testifying that they have derived the greatest benefit. I guarantee every c
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
WROTFIAM, RENT. Adjacent to the village of Crouch, about 1.1 miles from Borough Green Station, on the _ S.E. and

WROTFIAM, RENT. Adjacent to the village of Crouch, about 1.1 miles from Borough Green Station, on the _ S.E. and

C. Railway. - MESSRS. CRONK , t r , . 4,4 In conjunction with MESSRS. COOPER & WACHER HAVE received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Star Hotel, Maidstone, on THURSDAY, 4th JULY, 1918, at '3.30 p.m., the Desirable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY, Known as CROUCH HOUSE
June 29, 1918 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England