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• PRINTING! --• Attractive Display, Promptitode. Posters,' Schedules: Programmes, Balance Sheets. Priee Mate, etc. Newest Type. Best . quot sl

• PRINTING! --• Attractive Display, Promptitode. Posters,' Schedules: Programmes, Balance Sheets. Priee Mate, etc. Newest Type. Best . quot sl

,tions, compatible with 'Union rate .of wages •AcklreSs: - "Isent Messenger" Offices, Mai,.
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
By Order of the Executors of the late A. E. Ward, Esq. HARRIETSHAM. KENT. On the -London Maidstone, and Ashford

By Order of the Executors of the late A. E. Ward, Esq. HARRIETSHAM. KENT. On the -London Maidstone, and Ashford

Line of the S.E. and C. Railway, and on the Mn Road from London to Folkestone. Seven miles from Important County Town of Maidstone. MESSRS. 'AMBROSE & FOSTER FARE instructed to . SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Star Hotel,. Maidstone, on THURSDAY, 25th JLTNE, 1914, ai 3.15 o'clock
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
C.TOTJDHT7RST CATTLE MARKET. HUDSON, MILLS & SMITH rpICAVE entered for WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE. 1914, at 1.30 p.m., 40 PRIME FAT

C.TOTJDHT7RST CATTLE MARKET. HUDSON, MILLS & SMITH rpICAVE entered for WEDNESDAY, 17th JUNE. 1914, at 1.30 p.m., 40 PRIME FAT

BEASTS, SHEEP, LAMBS. PIGS. Auction OfOces: Croudhurst.
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
To those Desirous of - "Residing in a Beautiful Part of the County, with. a Pleasurable and Remunerative Occupation. WOODLANDS,

To those Desirous of - "Residing in a Beautiful Part of the County, with. a Pleasurable and Remunerative Occupation. WOODLANDS,

HARTLEY. Miles from Fawkliam_Station, 22 miles from London. ' A Perfectly Unique FREEHOLD PROPERTY. comprising PICTURESQUE SMALL RESI-• DENCE, approached by carriFrge drive, with pretty gardens and lawns in front, and containing 3 - reception rooms, kitchen, scullery, 3 bedrooms
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• MAIDSTONE FAIR, SATURDAY, JUNE, 20th 1914. R. E. ' PARICER • TILL conduct his ,ANNUAL AUCTION V V SALE,

• MAIDSTONE FAIR, SATURDAY, JUNE, 20th 1914. R. E. ' PARICER • TILL conduct his ,ANNUAL AUCTION V V SALE,

'in the. -LOCK MEADOWS, MAIDSTONE, as %hove. 40 VALUABLE *USEFUL HORSES, 30 • STORE BEASTS. ' QUANTITY WELL MADE FRUIT LADDERS, HARNESSE*, VEHICLES, &c., Allea.dir entered. . Further entries awe respectfully. solicited. Auctioneer's Officer,: 18, High Street. Maidstone. ' Tel, 3
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• SALE OF LIVE FOWLS, J. A. THODAY IS favoured with instructions from Mr, J. Terry to include in his

• SALE OF LIVE FOWLS, J. A. THODAY IS favoured with instructions from Mr, J. Terry to include in his

POULTRY MA_RT SALE, Pudding Lane, 'Maidstone. on F'RIDAY NEXT, JUNE I.9th, lit 3.30 p.m., about 100 HEAD GOOD WINTER• LAYERS. Further entries solicited, also Eggs and Dead Poultry. - , •
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• SUFFRAGETTES MOBBED AT GRAVESEND.. Last evening exciting scenes were witnessed at the Clock Tower, Gravesend, when some women attempted

• SUFFRAGETTES MOBBED AT GRAVESEND.. Last evening exciting scenes were witnessed at the Clock Tower, Gravesend, when some women attempted

to address a meeting on the Suffrage Question. The crowd became hostile. Missiles were thrown, including tomatoes, and eggs which had lost their freshness, and the attitude of the crowd became so threatening that the women fled towards the railway station. The mob followed in ho
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
_ ANTANq'ED, Young Girl, about 16, as House! maid; General kept: comfortable home,— Apply 5, Cambridge Read, Lee, S.E. 31470

_ ANTANq'ED, Young Girl, about 16, as House! maid; General kept: comfortable home,— Apply 5, Cambridge Read, Lee, S.E. 31470

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13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NATANTED Smart Lad.—Apply County Club, V V Weak Street, Maidstone. WANTED First-class Man for Concrete Block Making in South Wales.

NATANTED Smart Lad.—Apply County Club, V V Weak Street, Maidstone. WANTED First-class Man for Concrete Block Making in South Wales.

one used to "Winget" Block Machine; state age, experience and wages required. Box 544, "Kent ' Messenger," Maidstone, •- W AN c RiD ng F ai r n r c t i it al iaa ro n u , n ri t tl ree up cobri i r c t i , packing; fruit and farm work fo p r n w m il n e g ; ,acorttage; good ref
13 June 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England