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;New Year Thoughts.

;New Year Thoughts.

(The aim of this column is simply to Hive bright, pithy, and readable items. Any striking anecdote or brief passage In a sermon, whether delivered in Church, Chapel, Qr Workhouse, will be welcome). - • - THE NEW YEAR. • ,Lord, whatever lies before us - We commit to Thee our way;
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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LAND PRESSES (by Big,glestone and Weeks), 36 PLAIN and CAMBRIDGE ROLLS (by Weeks and Drake and Fletcher), 44 SETS ' OF HARROWS, • • 1 TIP CARTS (by Bristol ,Waggon Works and others). ' 20 BALANCE and OTHER PLOUGHS, 6 MATINS CULTIVATORS, 16 ' CORN DRILLS (by Thomas), 54 SETS WHIP
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
GRAVESEND DIVISION OF KENT.

GRAVESEND DIVISION OF KENT.

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION, 1918. LIBERAL CANDIDATE'S THANKS. /UR, CHARLES E. BEST desires to tender his 41 -I- hearty good wishes for the New Year and his sincere thanks to all who. have kindly given him their support in . the late contest, Including his comrades of the Gravesend B
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CHRISTMAS MEMORIES. BY• 8.W.8.

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES. BY• 8.W.8.

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES. 8.W.8. s. The Salvation Army Band playing outside my front door at a rather, late hour ,the other evening reminded me that Christmas was rapidly approaching ChristrnaB, 1918 the Peace Christmas that we 'had all been looking forward to so .eagerly. The wind how
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
KENT MESSENGER, DEC.

KENT MESSENGER, DEC.

• . , ~ , a .„ - • . , . _ . . . • . .• . .. . _ .. , . ._... . , KENT ' MESSENG - 1.1i1,, - ITI 7 C '. 9 S 191.' . , , . .. . .. . -. ~.... ..._ . ...„, 9 • - . ..-.,.. .-. . - - - .. - • - . . •. •, ...,.. - . .• . .• , .• • ,' - - • • Mc) • WAR TIME 800 , /...). Situations Wan
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SS. 'WEEK STRFIET, MAIDSTONE.

SS. 'WEEK STRFIET, MAIDSTONE.

"DETAL Dust—Will destroy moth, prevent I mildew, and is a delightful health-giving Perfume; Price. 4d per packet; post free, 54d; two packets, 10d.—F. ii. and A. Masters, 50a, Week Street. Maidstone. pc SH-CAR for Sale; good condition; 30s.— 11, Rawdon Road, Maidstone. 36435 m R
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
A. V. CHECKSFIELD, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND AND ' ESTATE AGENT, ' • A UCTION SAtES of Farming Stock, Fundture and

A. V. CHECKSFIELD, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND AND ' ESTATE AGENT, ' • A UCTION SAtES of Farming Stock, Fundture and

' Property of • all descriptions. Valuations for Tenant Right, • Probate and. other purposes. Estates Managed. Agent to the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Offices: Bank Street, Ashford; Preston. Street. Faversham., Telephone . No., 11.1.
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE ALLOTMENT.

THE ALLOTMENT.

Farmyard manure and similar bulky manures are very scarce; and the!best ,substitute, where these •cannot be obtained, is rotted fibrous matter, such as turves. There seem to be thousands .of tons of these stacked turves standing in one form or another on the allotment grounds of
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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'THE WASH FOR THE SCIENTIFIC GROWER
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
RIOT AMONGST THE POPULATION

RIOT AMONGST THE POPULATION

Off the town on account of the lack 'of •food Some two thousand men assembled and with great noise marched the streets and broke the bakers' shops. Then they intimated that they were going to, the barracks, asserting that the English officer prisoners were provided With better f
28 December 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England