Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 102,261 articles

ANOTHER SCOUT DISASTER.

ANOTHER SCOUT DISASTER.

Another Bank Holiday disaster to Boy Scouts has to be recorded. On Monday six lives were lost at Somerleyton, near Lowestoft through the upsetting of a sailing boat in which Scouts were returning home after a week's camp by the riverside. The victims were:—Scoutmaster T. W. P. L
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The Great Shipping Disaster.

The Great Shipping Disaster.

Mrs, Daisy Davidson (standing), who, with her baby eighteen months' old was on her way home to see her widowed mother for the first time since her - = marriage, two and a half years ago. Her mother (seated) is Mrs. Barling, of Mount Pleasant, south Ashford. , , .V.......... .. .
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
I MAIDSTONE ZOO AND PLEASURE GARDENS. 11,500 People Pass the Turnstiles on Bank Holiday.

I MAIDSTONE ZOO AND PLEASURE GARDENS. 11,500 People Pass the Turnstiles on Bank Holiday.

The great Bank Holiday attraction in the county town was the Maidstone Zoo and Pleasure Gardens at Tovil Court. These wore only opened to the public on Tuesday of last week, but their fame had already gone far and wide, with the result that on Whit-Monday the public poured into
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MR. TUFFIELD AND MISS BIDALE : PADDOCK WOOD.

MR. TUFFIELD AND MISS BIDALE : PADDOCK WOOD.

A wedding was solemnized in St. Andrew's Church, Paddock Wood, on Saturday, which was very interesting to many, as the contracting parties are both: engaged in teaching In 'the Boys Council Schwas, . Mr. Harland, the headmaster, with Mrs. Harland, a large number of the scholars,
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
signed ; and Dr. A. Leitch had been appointed to fill the vacancy. MisS E. Dane (matron) resigned to take

signed ; and Dr. A. Leitch had been appointed to fill the vacancy. MisS E. Dane (matron) resigned to take

up an appointment under the Welsh Natienal MeMorial, and Miss E. Hobson had been appointed to 'fill her place. THE CHOIR of the Congregational Church held a SOcial evening last week, prior to the departture of Mt. add Mrs. Field for their holidays. 'The chair Was taken by the Pa
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LARKFIELD,

LARKFIELD,

GARDENERS.—The Larkrfield Cottage Gardeners held their fortnightly meeting at the Bull Inn, Larkfield, when the judges awarded Mr. Maynard's prize for the best production to Mr. Samson for new potatoes; the Society's prize to Mr. Cook for gooseberries; Mr. Wood's prize -to Mr. R
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Sufferers from Flat or Weak Feet should wear specially made Arch Lifting Valgus Socks, made by GEO. MAY & SON,

Sufferers from Flat or Weak Feet should wear specially made Arch Lifting Valgus Socks, made by GEO. MAY & SON,

82, Bank Street, Maidstone. Surgical Appliances of all kinds.
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• CREOSOTE! WM. - JOHNSON; JUN„ TAR DISTILLER, WORKS ADJOINING AYLESFORD STATION, JOHNSON'S SPECIALLY MANUFACTURED CREOSOTE t s absolutely th

• CREOSOTE! WM. - JOHNSON; JUN„ TAR DISTILLER, WORKS ADJOINING AYLESFORD STATION, JOHNSON'S SPECIALLY MANUFACTURED CREOSOTE t s absolutely th

BEST for Preserving Poles of • Every Des tription.
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MEMBERS OF THE National Deposit Friendly Society • SHOULD GO TO • FORD'S , 4 rm FOR DENTAL TREATMENT WHERE

MEMBERS OF THE National Deposit Friendly Society • SHOULD GO TO • FORD'S , 4 rm FOR DENTAL TREATMENT WHERE

4/IEIVI.EITERS ARE ENTITLED TO FREE Painless Extractions and specially reduced terms for T I FI C I AL TEETH, Dental Repairs, Fillings, etc., etc. NOTE THE ONLY ADDRESSES :-- 50, King Street, Maidstone. Kent House, Cranbrook. Western Road, Boro' Green. N.B.—Members muEt present
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
COUNTY OF EAST SUSSEX. . NOTICE. RYE BRIDGE. , . . . THIS Bridge, locally known as MONK BRETTON BRIDGE,

COUNTY OF EAST SUSSEX. . NOTICE. RYE BRIDGE. , . . . THIS Bridge, locally known as MONK BRETTON BRIDGE,

which spans the River Rother at RYE and carries the main road leading from RYE to quILDgoi,ID, will be CLOSED to all traffic except foot passengers on and after THURSDAY, 4th JUNE, 1914, ,UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. F. J. WOOD. A.M.1.C.E., County Surveyor. County Hall, Lewes, 27th May
06 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England