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18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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. 4r... h. ' r zoti. 41%, ".; HORSE RACING AT DETLING, Among the diversions in the Maidstone district on Easter Monday were the spring races at Detling, held by permission of Mr. A. E. Murray at Binhury Manor Farm. About a thousand spectators were present, principally from Maidst
18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
April 16th, 1914.

April 16th, 1914.

MR. G. BEVAN AND THE NORTHFLEET COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Kent Mmenger Sir,—At a meeting held on the 12th inst. of the executive of the Gravesend, l\lorthfieet, and Perry Street Labour Representation Committee, a resolution was carried unanimously endorsing the action of Cou
18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sales by Auction.

Sales by Auction.

18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Current Notes.

Current Notes.

Have we forgotten that "There is a pleasure in the pathless woods?" There never was a finer spring day than that of Monday 'act, Bank Holic . There was everything to tempt the holiday maker into the country, and, into the woods. The sun was strong, the air was balmy; Nature had
18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
A RAMSGATE TRAGEDY.

A RAMSGATE TRAGEDY.

Failing to obtain any reply to repeated knockings at her husband's door on Thursday morning, Mrs. Heaven, wife of Arthur Hedley Beaven, a grocer in Edith Road, Ramsgate, called in a doctor, and the body of her husband was' found hanging behind the door. The deceased moved to Ram
18 April 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England