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Merchants& Friers. THE MAN YOU NEED, THE MAN ON THE SPOT For Regular Supplies at Lowept Prices, write — THOMAS

Merchants& Friers. THE MAN YOU NEED, THE MAN ON THE SPOT For Regular Supplies at Lowept Prices, write — THOMAS

SMITH FISH DOCKS, GRIMSBY.
25 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ECOND-lIAND Pianos--Bord Piano, ebonised case, restored equal to new; cash, 24 guineas, or a, 21s. monthly on hire purchhe system;

ECOND-lIAND Pianos--Bord Piano, ebonised case, restored equal to new; cash, 24 guineas, or a, 21s. monthly on hire purchhe system;

several other bargains.—Godfrey and Co., Ltd., 67. Blgh Street, Gravesend. 30b NA/ANTED Pia - nolo, or Angelus Player -Piano; V no dealers. —Sp - ad particulars to Box 84, "Kent Messenger" Office, Ashford. • 36'7a,
25 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The Charge for the Insertion of BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. DEATHS. and IN MEMORIAM NOTIDES is ONE PENNY PER WORD; Versos Is.

The Charge for the Insertion of BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. DEATHS. and IN MEMORIAM NOTIDES is ONE PENNY PER WORD; Versos Is.

Each Four Lines. BIRTHS. • GOWEN—May 13th, at 95, Florence Rd., Maidstone, the wife of Sapper S. Gowen, Royal Entrineecs—a son. MOUNT—May 17th, at Woolton Hbuse, Bekesbourne, Canterbury, ..the wife of Lieut. Herbert; . Mount, R.F.A., a daughter. ROWDEN—Whit-Sunday, at Little Bow
25 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
JAMES FRENCH & SON, BUILDERS AND COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS (Near the -Asylum) BARMING HEATH. Embalrnings, Cremations, Earth to Earth, St.

JAMES FRENCH & SON, BUILDERS AND COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS (Near the -Asylum) BARMING HEATH. Embalrnings, Cremations, Earth to Earth, St.

Albans, or Panelled Coffins. REmovAns To PARTS BY ROAD OR RAIL. Headstones and Memories. OFFICES: 9a, KING STREET, MAIDSTONE. Telegrams: French, Banning Heath. Telephone 62.
25 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ST. PAUL'S CRAY.

ST. PAUL'S CRAY.

TUE LATE LIEUT. GORDON NASH. The body of the late Lieut. Gordon Nash (younger sop of the late Mr. W. G. 'Nash,. of Arlo St. Paul's Cray Paper Mill), whose death last week in a flying accident cast quite a gloom over the village, was laid to rest at Foots Cray . on Saturday with
18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
OTHIERS ' ' KENT COUNTY COUNCIL. The Increased Rate Explained.

OTHIERS ' ' KENT COUNTY COUNCIL. The Increased Rate Explained.

The Cost of the Parliamentary Register.
18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1918.

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1918.

The German people are now being . . told that when tl - ke great offensive begins—and with the fine weather here it may commence before these words reach the eye of the public—it will continue without a break until the war is ended. That is the awful prospect awful because of th
18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
(StoClibUrY), West Surrey Regiment.

(StoClibUrY), West Surrey Regiment.

KILI I ED IN ACTION- Mrs. G. Cole, Rallin'griane Farm, Stock:bury (late of Porters Farm, Otford), ha,..s received the sad news that her 'eldest , scpn, Lance-Corporal S. G. Gole, the Queen's R.W. Surrey Regt., recently awarded the lllhtar3 Medal, was killed in action on March 24
18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Loyal North. Lancs. Refitment.

Loyal North. Lancs. Refitment.

•. DIED OF WOUNDS. - Yesterday (Tin:lllsday), Mrs. C. H. Harris, Station Hotel, Gravesend, learned by telegram the sad tidings that her only son, Second Lieut. S. E. Harris; Loyal .Isl.orth Lancashire Regiment, had died of wounds on Wednesday. This ,message .had succeeded one re
18 May 1918 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England