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I With the thermometer at 86 in the shade it has been, a hot week for us.. But it has

I With the thermometer at 86 in the shade it has been, a hot week for us.. But it has

beet, a hotter, Week for the Germans. Attack after attack„ first on one part of . th t e line and then on another, they have had no rest, and their. advances to the rear have been continuous. As Mr. Lloyd. George •says, the sun May it con 7, dime . tO' 'shine 'Until the Germans
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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;• • • , 4 ; •,• ), • ‘: • 7, 1, • , ; •• t. • .• i• • DARTFORD POLICE COURT: Friday. 7 -13sfore, Messra. A. M. Fleet, T. C. Tristram, C. Harston, W. Amee said J. Acworth. SIG-NING A PERMIT. Robert,' Easton, of 65, North End Road Cottage's, Crayford, was charged with forging a mi
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CRAYFORD.

CRAYFORD.

THE BUS STRIKE—The effects of the Lon-( don bus strike were felt as far as Crayford., motor lorries having to be sent to convey, mun,itioners to their work. CHILDREN'S FETE.—On Friday one of the best concerts ever held in Crayford was givea in the Annexe Cinema, for the purpose
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Kentish Wills.

Kentish Wills.

Mr. James Tower, of Marine Para:de, Sheerness, formerly an outfitter and a member ofthe.Kent County Council ; who died at the age of 59, left estate valued at £38,214 gross. * * - * Mr.. George Edward Asprey, of the Court . Lodge, Chelsflelo, who died at the age of . 65, has lef
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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Printed by the 2 Proprietor, Barham • Pratt Boorman. and pi bl h by him at the " Ken b ger Oftic. 23, Week Maid tone • Bank Street. AAM ord Skale Street. Gravesend; and Dorset Street. Seyeneake, in the County of Kent , and Fleet &Mats Laudon, Aug - ust _
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Nature's great teaching iR that "as the food, so the strength."—Plenty of Bird's ^,nctard is .necessary for the children who

Nature's great teaching iR that "as the food, so the strength."—Plenty of Bird's ^,nctard is .necessary for the children who

play hard, and for grown-ups who work hard. Bird's Custard is a fine fragrant powder which, when combined with milk, transforms it from a thin fluid to a creamy satisfying dish. This golden Custard is welcomed always by hungry children or tired workers. , r:44' ' a ivt. • r 4e ,
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PRELIMINARY: NOTICE. ` I NETHERLEY," PEMBROKE ROAD, •SEVENOARS. MESSRS. F. D. IBBETT & CO. HAVE received :instructions from Miss Godwin,

PRELIMINARY: NOTICE. ` I NETHERLEY," PEMBROKE ROAD, •SEVENOARS. MESSRS. F. D. IBBETT & CO. HAVE received :instructions from Miss Godwin,

whO is shortly leaving, to SELL by AUCTION on SEPTEMBER 24th NEXT, the , Whole of the, High-class FURNITUB.E : AND EFFECTS.' ,Catalomies in due coin-se of the Auctioneers, F. D. Ibbett and Co., 130, High Street ,3314 .Approada,' Seven-
24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
idled accu'per. Nickel casel 7/6 ISend YOUR postcard To-day, and see the wonderful bargains you can obtain direct by post.

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24 August 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England