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COUNTY OF KENT. PROPOSED ADDITIONS TO THE KENT COUNTY LUNATIC ASYLUM AT CHARTHAM DOWNS, NEAR CANTERBURY. CONTRACT No. 1. •

COUNTY OF KENT. PROPOSED ADDITIONS TO THE KENT COUNTY LUNATIC ASYLUM AT CHARTHAM DOWNS, NEAR CANTERBURY. CONTRACT No. 1. •

- UILfIEBS desirous of Tendering for the ERECTION OF , TWO BLOCKS OF 'BUILDINGS, . 41 §10 and other works in conneetien . ' therewith; at the above Asylum . • for the Kent Cotinty AE;lums Committee, may s.ee the drawings and specifications at the Office of Mr. W. J. Jennings, Ar
03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
F. D. IBBETT & CO., AUCTIONEERS. ESTATE. AGENTS AND VALUERS, STATION APPROACH (SE. & C. RIY.), SEVENOAKS. Q ALES BY

F. D. IBBETT & CO., AUCTIONEERS. ESTATE. AGENTS AND VALUERS, STATION APPROACH (SE. & C. RIY.), SEVENOAKS. Q ALES BY

AUCTION OF ESTATES, 10 RESIDENCES, FURNITURE, FARMING STOCK, ETC. VALUATIONS OF ESTATES, FURNITURE & EFFECTS FOR PROBATE. Etc. Telegrams: IBBETT, SEVENOAKS. Telephone: No. 68 SEVENOAKS. Agents for the Union Fire and Life Assurance Society.
03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Thomas Phillips, Esq., Deceased. • EAST & WEST MALLING, OFFHAM & RYARSH. IMPORTANT SALE of CHERRY and MIXED FRUIT ORCHARDS,

Thomas Phillips, Esq., Deceased. • EAST & WEST MALLING, OFFHAM & RYARSH. IMPORTANT SALE of CHERRY and MIXED FRUIT ORCHARDS,

• classed amongst the very finest in Kent. Planted with the best sorts, and carefully matured by the late Mr. Thomas Phillips; well known for their prolific cropping qualities; offering to fruit specialists an opportunity of acquiring, in large or small lots, up-to-date Orchards
03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MONEY. MONEY. , IBERALLY ADVANCED on every descep J - tion of Property, a t rate of intei est, as

MONEY. MONEY. , IBERALLY ADVANCED on every descep J - tion of Property, a t rate of intei est, as

allowed only by Act of Parliament. Fire-proof room for the security of Plate, Jewellery, etc. BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. A CHOICE SELECTION OF NEW & SECONDHAND JEWELLERY. HALL-MARKED SILVER & ELECTRO SILVER GOODS, SUITABLE FOR WEDDING AND OTHER PRESENTS. OLD GOLD 23& SILVER
03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Stationers and Others. Apprenticeship Indenture Forms. suitnble for any trade. (Printed on, stout paper, 2s. 6d. per dozen copies. NlZAsenger"

Stationers and Others. Apprenticeship Indenture Forms. suitnble for any trade. (Printed on, stout paper, 2s. 6d. per dozen copies. NlZAsenger"

Printing Works, Week Street, Mii,idetane.
03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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03 January 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
plegistered at the General Post as a Newspaper and was previously curate of St. Mark's, New Brompton, under the Rev.

plegistered at the General Post as a Newspaper and was previously curate of St. Mark's, New Brompton, under the Rev.

Canon R. Morris. The deaths are announced of two old Rent curates. The Rev. J. H. Beevor, fourth son: of Sir Thomas Beevor, who Was ordained by Archbishop Benson, and was curate of St. Clement, Sandwich, in the eighties, passed away at the age of 52 at Hoveion Hall, where he had
07 March 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SWANS COMBE. FOOTBAL

SWANS COMBE. FOOTBAL

L.—Honours even (2-2) was the result of the match between Swanscombe and Tilbury .Dock Extension on Saturday. The hornsters led a goal at the interval, Gill being the scorer from a neat pass by Hefton. The lastnamed player scored an equaliser late in the game when the Dockers wer
07 March 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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07 March 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
',114q1111 Current Notes.

',114q1111 Current Notes.

Some genius has suggested the • A destruction of hedges, because rtEDGELEss hedges harbour birds and ver- CouNry min, and birds and vermin • support their existence by feeding on the farmer's crops. Presumably the idea is to substitute fences of chestnut spiles and barbed wire o
07 March 1914 - Kent Messenger & Gravesend Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England