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DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

cost of printing and to be standard charge payable, irrespective of the size of the documents. The conditions of receiving the reports included that each authority was to supply the County Council with copies of their minutes and reports; matters confidential to the members of t
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Dover Express.) Sir,—We are very badly in need of a sewing machine

ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Dover Express.) Sir,—We are very badly in need of a sewing machine

for use at the Hospital, and think that this were made known someone might be good enough to give us a machine which is still in working order but for which they may have no further use. We have before now appealed through your paper for gifts for the Hospital with success, and
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
OBITUARY. MRS. H. E. SMITH. . The funeral took place on Saturday,. Ilougham Churchyard, of Mrs. Ethel j Smith, wife

OBITUARY. MRS. H. E. SMITH. . The funeral took place on Saturday,. Ilougham Churchyard, of Mrs. Ethel j Smith, wife

of Mr E. Smith, , York Road, Croxley Green, Herts., whc on February 7th aged years. DeceaSTwas conveyed to Dover by motor her.. the funeral was from the residence father, Mr. W. A. Gentry, 13, Vale View Dover. The Rev. E. C. Galpin officia**v| and the mourners present were: —Mr.
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
" NEWS OF THE WORLD " INDIVIDUAL SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP.

" NEWS OF THE WORLD " INDIVIDUAL SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP.

Mr. Bobbie Reynolds, of the Dover and District Working Men's Club, was this week presented with the award of merit diploma for individual snooker by the " News of the World." The diploma reads: —"Award of Merit presented to R. Reynolds, Esq., of Dover Working Men's Club, who pla
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ROADS BLOCKED BY SNOW.

ROADS BLOCKED BY SNOW.

Snow on the roads at Capel was so thick on Wednesday morning that traffic the main Folkestone road had be diverted along the old road for several hours while County Council men cleared the main road. The picture here shows a snow plough in use down a Capel lane.
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 

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The public examination in bankruptcy of James Arthur Remain " Lindens,'' Adisham, described as a publisher, was to have taken

The public examination in bankruptcy of James Arthur Remain " Lindens,'' Adisham, described as a publisher, was to have taken

place Canterbury Bankruptcy Court on Tuesday, but he did not attend. The statement of' affairs disclosed no assets and a fteficiency of £343 Is. The proceedings were kdjourned, and the Register stated that steps would be taken to secure debtor's attendance. i
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WINGHAM PETTY SESSIONS.

WINGHAM PETTY SESSIONS.

DRUNKENNESS FOR SIX YEARS. The Comity Petty Sessions were held at Dover, on Thursday, before Viscount. Hawarden, Messrs. C. J. Burgess, H. J. May, H. W. Plumptre, F. P. King, E. Bradley, C. W. Chitty and G. Carter. Licensing. Supt. Isaac (Elham) submitted his annual report on th
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE BRITISH LEGION

THE BRITISH LEGION

Members please note the '' ' n l' general meeting will be held on next, Pebmarv 23rd. at the °"^: .t * Hall 7.30 n.m. The Executive 7 p.m.
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER AND FOLKESTONE RIFLE LEAGUE.

DOVER AND FOLKESTONE RIFLE LEAGUE.

Th 3 result of the fifth shoot at Folkestone, on Thursday, 10th February, 1938. DIVISION I. Dover and District R.C. beat Dover Co-op. R.C.—Dover and District R.C.: Pentland 100, Hallam 99. Hoskins 99, Mace 96, Russell 95, 95 —Total 584. Dover Co-op. RC: Brann 97, W. Miles 95, Po
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
RETIREMENT OF LT.-COL. F. GODFREY, T.D.

RETIREMENT OF LT.-COL. F. GODFREY, T.D.

The parade of the Cinque Ports (Fortress) , R.E. (T.) on Tuesday evening, at Archcliffe, will be a farewell parade for Major (Brevet , Lieut.-Colonel) W. Frank Godfrey, T.D., who is retiftng under the age limit. He enlisted . 29 years ago, as Sapper, and has passed through all t
18 February 1938 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England