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Sergt. S. Go Clout (Yalang), LILA.;

Sergt. S. Go Clout (Yalang), LILA.;

_WHO HAS DIED FROM GAS POISONING. His ,friends have heard with great regret of the'death, at the age of 26, of Sergt..Sidney G. Clout; R.F.A., of Ben Over, Yalding, who was called up on reserve at the commencement of the war, was in the retreat from Mons, the battles of the Aisn
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
.. . , MESSEINVYR, 0 IR - \ . 'Pn 'EMBER, 30 ' I 916 --.‘• .Ar 4 , .

.. . , MESSEINVYR, 0 IR - \ . 'Pn 'EMBER, 30 ' I 916 --.‘• .Ar 4 , .

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30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
'OTHER CASES

'OTHER CASES

Walter Underhill, Lydens • Cottages, Edenbridge, and Richard Barton, Queen's Road, Tunbridge Wells, were summoned for cycling without the required lights.—Fined ss. Wrn: G. Cheshire, .15, Little Mount Sion, Tunbridge Wells, motoring without the red light, had to pay .£l, and .Be
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PZITANTED, ENGINE FITTERS, FITTERS & . TURNERS, :COPPERSMITHS, BOILERMAKERS AND ENGINE SMITHS. , `•Starred" and "Badgee men of above trades

PZITANTED, ENGINE FITTERS, FITTERS & . TURNERS, :COPPERSMITHS, BOILERMAKERS AND ENGINE SMITHS. , `•Starred" and "Badgee men of above trades

who are willing to join the Royal Navy when the Ministry of Munitions decide they can be spared are asked to register their ;Men employed in establishments owned by • Government need not apply). Any man to join the Royal Navy sometime during the next nine months should apply to
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
COXECHATEE.

COXECHATEE.

WHEN WANTING' a piece of Tasty' 'Chessa remember ASHBY' S, The Challenge S toTes, CRANEROOK. THE LATE MR. THOMAS, CHAPMAN.— Monday, the funeral of the late Mr. Chapman was carried at St. Dunstan's Church, the Rev. V. Thompson conducting the service. The mourners were Mr. and Mrs
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
T a-, ffmstffond, „ a-D,) 49 Week 2t., Maidstone. 9

T a-, ffmstffond, „ a-D,) 49 Week 2t., Maidstone. 9

T a-, „ a- 49 Week 2t., 9 revue entitled "Nights of Gladness." it is described as "a 'musical mix-up in three flashes." George Artliurs; has written the book—an excellent .guarantee in itself of Al merit—and the music is by Louis Jerome. Tire fair stars are . Winnie Collins and M
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
STA.PLEECURST

STA.PLEECURST

WANTED LARGE QUANTITIES Blackberries, Coloured Apples; Pears, New Laid Eggs; best prices returned.—MAIDSTONE FRUIT MARKET.
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MR. STEPHEN P. WALTER, AUCTIoNEEE, .SIIIIVE.YOR, LAND A6ENT, AND , VALUER, EARL ..S'FREET, MAIDSTONE. ( In 188: - .) FARMS;

MR. STEPHEN P. WALTER, AUCTIoNEEE, .SIIIIVE.YOR, LAND A6ENT, AND , VALUER, EARL ..S'FREET, MAIDSTONE. ( In 188: - .) FARMS;

COUNTRY ESTATES, 1111 LAND and Entered on ug tr f 0 r to Let by Private, .Treaty. No charge unless business ret Its. , Sales h 5 Auction of Freehold and Lea.6e.hoid properties, Farming Stock ' Furniture, Share., and all negotiable effects. Mortgages arranged. Valuations for Prob
30 September 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England