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LOANS BY POST.

LOANS BY POST.

IF you require a, strictly private advance of S 5 or upwards, upon your simple promise to repay. I shall be pleased to Quote you my terms. As I am the actual lender I oan gma-rantee absolutely etraightforward and honourable treat. lneut. I no charge Unless I lend money.' 80 1 in
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Kent v. Surrey. A DRAW AT BLACKHEATH.

Kent v. Surrey. A DRAW AT BLACKHEATH.

Surrey's hopes of gaining what would have been their first victory over Kent on Kentish soil in seventeen years were not realised on Saturday, for Kent played out time and had then three wickets in hand. The match was consequently drawn. The first day's play drew a crowd of 8,30
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
YALDING v. OLD SIITTONIANS.

YALDING v. OLD SIITTONIANS.

Played at Yalding-, when the Old Sutionians suffered a bad defeat. score:— - Y.A.LDING. C. Snell b Tanner J. C. T. Leigh o R. Kay 1) Clifford 37 G. Bracher lbw b R. Kay W. Phillips b Tanner 0. Cornwallis b nrianer P. B. Leney - c Puke b Tanner 18 R. W. Mitchell c Tanner b R. Kay
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NEW MEMBERS.

NEW MEMBERS.

'The .Chairman extended a hearty welcome to the two newly-elected members, Dr. ,Alexander and Mr. .Headley. ' THE C/OUNTY SANATORIUM. Twenty-two tenders were received for the „ erection of This building at Lenham. The . -lowest tender *as for the sum of £19,860, but this : , was
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ACTION.

ACTION.

Alderman Hussey, in moving the adoption of ,the Fina,nee• Committee's' •report, , aSled ITermiSsion :to add to the following recorninendation, passed by the Committee that morning "That the wages of all members of the County Council Staff called - up or volunteering for military
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SMALL HOLDINGS.

SMALL HOLDINGS.

The following land had been acquired during the patt quarter . : by :purchase :—"Tookits" Farm, Snargate, *26a 3r. 20p, £1,050, marsh pasture land, supplying two applicants, at an approximate rent ,0f.,:L5.1 Hs. 6d. ;Hope Farm, Hope-all-Saints, 74a. Or. 14p.,. £2,125, arable and
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
A TUNBRIDGE WELLS- WILL.

A TUNBRIDGE WELLS- WILL.

A TUNBRIDGE WELLS - WILL. Miss Ada Blanche Chilteott, of Amherst Lodge, Tunbridge Wells,_ whose death obcurred on the 20th June; has left property of the gross value of £5,398 11s, 4d. Probate has been granted to Miss. Elfrida Chileott and Miss Violet Chlicott, both of 28, HMI- G
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE PEACE SOCIETY AND THE WAIL

THE PEACE SOCIETY AND THE WAIL

The following appeal has been issued the Peace Elociety:—Now that War been declared, and the last hope of maintain. • ing the neutrality of this country has been cut off, the Peace Society, which for nearly a century has represented the cause of inter ., national peace, appeals
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Male Servants Wanted—Contd. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE in. rt/TANTED at once, . Groom-Gardener; must IV V 1 understand horses and be

Male Servants Wanted—Contd. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE in. rt/TANTED at once, . Groom-Gardener; must IV V 1 understand horses and be

able to drive well; look after COWS and pigs and help in •garden.—Apply Lady Theobald Butler ; Ulcombe Rectory. . 32673 m AUANTED for the Hopping Season, Man to Li' Assist in the Bar and -make himself noeful.=Apply Ca,rlton, Railway Inn, Yalding. .- • _ TANTED respectable Roy, e
08 August 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England