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NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION

NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASIrFORD BRANCH. The annual meeting of the Ashford Branch of the National Farmers' Union was held at the George Hotel on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. H. W. Clements presiding. There were also present Messrs. T. F. H. Waddell, C. Wood, 'N. V. Bowater, Kendall, R.
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE NATION AL RELIEF FUND

THE NATION AL RELIEF FUND

The National Relief Fund has passed the four and a half million mark. The Mayor of Mai:dstone's Fund has reatlis;ed a total of nearly £2,800. BUFFS' COLOURS PLACED IN CANTERBURY CA.THEDRAL,
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL.

BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL.

On Tuesday . evening the Pastor (tile Rev. G. Walker), the 'Superintendents (Messrs. to L. Ball and W. Hurst), together with the teachers, entertained .the infant . and junior section of the Baptist Sunday School to tea. About 125 assembled, and . following .an excellent repast,
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE TROOPS AT MAIDSTONE

THE TROOPS AT MAIDSTONE

The troops billeted in Maidstone .have been doing excellent training work during the past week. The 13th (Ist • Reserve) . Princess Louise's Kensington Battalion was inspected .on Tuesday by Lient.-Colonel Lewis, commanding the Imperial Service Battalion, and was warmly complime
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MOTOR FATALITY AT BIDDENDEN.

MOTOR FATALITY AT BIDDENDEN.

A fatal accident occurred at Biddenden on Tnesday, the deceased being a little girl i_tatned Edith Munday, who was knocked down by a motor car driven by Pr. Hardwick, of Head, corn. A number .of children were at play near the sohoots about 1 p.m., when. Dr. 'Hardwick drove by,.
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY. BILLS AFFECTING KENT

PARLIAMENTARY. BILLS AFFECTING KENT

It has been decided by the officials of both Houses of Parliament that the London and District Electricity Supply Bill, the London Electric Supply Bill, the Metropolitan Water Board Bill, and the London, Chatham and Dover Railway BM, all of which contain powers affecting the cou
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
WATER SUPPLY.

WATER SUPPLY.

The Medical Officer also reported as to the weekly examination of the public water supplies, which, he said,, were excellent in all respects. DELAYED REPORTS 'Mr. French protested against the inconvenience members were put to by having the reports of committees sent to them only
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
FAVERSHAAL .411LIIA1tMONIC SOCIETY

FAVERSHAAL .411LIIA1tMONIC SOCIETY

cong - iega non numbering over a present at the Parisi! Church on Tian'sany evening, when a performance of Russian's "stabat Mater' was given by the Institute Pal harmonic • Sooiety, under the conunctorshi p 05 Mr. W. J . Reech, M us. Bac., F.R.C.0., Tau work toi met.! part of a
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
As certified by the Auditors, Sir Wm, P. Peat, C. W. M. Kemp, Arthur F. Whinney, in their report. '

As certified by the Auditors, Sir Wm, P. Peat, C. W. M. Kemp, Arthur F. Whinney, in their report. '

Executorships and Trusteeships. The Bank having the necessary powers, are prepared to undertake the office of Executors ano Trustees on terms, particulars of which can be obtained from the Head Office and Branches Current Accounts Opened, Deposits Received, and every Description
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
s. d. 4 s. d. By Balance brought forward from 31st Dec., 1913 156.644 11 6 „ Gross Profit for

s. d. 4 s. d. By Balance brought forward from 31st Dec., 1913 156.644 11 6 „ Gross Profit for

the year, after making provision for Bad 'Debts & Contingencies, and including Rebate brought forward from 31st Dec. last 43.559,640 12 6
02 February 1915 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England