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P R Ef -3 00 (EdwErd Rayner & James R. Pettnnan), WEndranEßß Strneet s GpaveseEld c 161, Leytort Hiißoad, Stratfc:ed.

P R Ef -3 00 (EdwErd Rayner & James R. Pettnnan), WEndranEßß Strneet s GpaveseEld c 161, Leytort Hiißoad, Stratfc:ed.

'pm:DNB: 141 Gr; AVESEND. 'ESTATE &BUZIVESB TRAMEIFER RocgaM72, ghfiiolors, Decorators CoutractOrs
26 August 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ATESSRS. BALLARD , & CO. have for disposal 15 Heavy and Light Cart and Van Horses; amongst them are several

ATESSRS. BALLARD , & CO. have for disposal 15 Heavy and Light Cart and Van Horses; amongst them are several

Shire Mares, suitable for farmers and breeders; warranted quiet and good workers in shafts and chains; one month •trial allowed to intending purchaser; Van, Carts and Harness, - cheap—Apply Offices, 127 t, Waterloo Road;opposite Waterloo Station), London. a 164 pOWERFUL Van Mare
26 August 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• HARRISON AND SONS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THP, TI;ADE FOR Wreaths, Crosses, 3ouquets, Sno. ON SHORTEST :NOTICE.

• HARRISON AND SONS, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THP, TI;ADE FOR Wreaths, Crosses, 3ouquets, Sno. ON SHORTEST :NOTICE.

CUT FLOWERS FRESH DAILY. A Large Assortment of ARTIFICIAL WREATHS Always on View. - • Telephone No. 73. liigh Street, Maidstone
26 August 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
JAMES Sr, SON, UNDERTAKERS, - NEAR THE ASYLUM, BAB MING HEAT, MAIDSTONE. FUNERALS CONDUCTED TO ALL PARTS. Removals by Road

JAMES Sr, SON, UNDERTAKERS, - NEAR THE ASYLUM, BAB MING HEAT, MAIDSTONE. FUNERALS CONDUCTED TO ALL PARTS. Removals by Road

or Rail. Embalming, Cremations, Earth to Earth. St. Albans, or Panelled Coffins. Telegraliz—Barming Heath,.
26 August 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE GUARDIANS.

MAIDSTONE GUARDIANS.

Thursclay.—Present : Mr. George Champien (chairman), Mrs. F. Laurence, Mrs. J. Ark coil, Mrs. Hewlett Hobbs, -the Rev: J. R. Leigh, Major F. D. Thomas, Messrs, W. F. Haatridge, Selby Smith, F. Reeves, C. Bow, J. Carrington Ley; W. J. Clark, H. Head, H. -Barton, W. Morling,. W. W
07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ABBEY COURT BUILDING ESTATE. SANDLING, NEAR.; MATDSTONE, KENT. 79 FREEHOLD 'BUILDING. SITES And about • 19 ACRES OF •FREEHOLD BACK

ABBEY COURT BUILDING ESTATE. SANDLING, NEAR.; MATDSTONE, KENT. 79 FREEHOLD 'BUILDING. SITES And about • 19 ACRES OF •FREEHOLD BACK

LAND, FOR. SALE BY PRIVATE . TREATY. The Chatham. and .Maidstone Buses pass the Estate, THIS t ming is situated .on the Main Road from 'Maidstone to Chatham, be.ng about one .mile from the fOrmer town. In one of 'the most picturesque and interesting parts of the adjoining the gr
07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SIDCUP

SIDCUP

John Led, 39, who has kept a fried fish shop for about a year, .and waz . previously a horse dealer, claimed that his business was useful to munition workers.—Colonel Atkinson (the military representative.): Are you a member of the well-known Lee family at Ashford?Appellant: No,
07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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~,k1 5, , t!,TF posed that prisoner had previously hired machines, and on this occasion hired one for the evening, but did not return.---Jehin Hy. Go]. ins, Battersea Park Road, general dealer, said prisoner offered him the bicycle for 255., saying he was rejoining the Army. Witn
07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MOCHESTER & CHATIIAM.

MOCHESTER & CHATIIAM.

SAILORS' DAY.—The ladies of Gillingham arranged a Sailors' Day for Wednesday last and secured 'a liberal response to their appeal for funds for providing comforts for men of the Fleet. HEAVY LIGHTING FINE.—At Rochester, on Tuesday, James Bryon, an employee of the Rochester Co-op
07 October 1916 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England