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MEANNESS!

MEANNESS!

There are many good qualities that go to the making of mankind, also many bad ones, and one of the very worst is meanness, we know too well that many estimable people are forced to be economical, but it is those who have plenty and who yet never give away a penny that are so jus
30 September 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
HOSPITAL MATRON MARRIED AT

HOSPITAL MATRON MARRIED AT

WHITSTABLE. CEREMONY AT ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. The wedding took place at All Saints', Whitstable, on Saturday morning, of Mr. David Gersom Higgs Jarman, 10, Audley Avenue, Gillingham, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. David Jarman, 32, Short Bridge Street, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, and
30 September 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
TRADES EXHIBITION,

TRADES EXHIBITION,

The Secretary read the accounts of the Trades Exhibition, which showed that the r-eceints, including £lO4 from the rent of stands, amounted to £l2B/13/0 and the f*xnenditure to £122/4/10, leaving a balance in hand of £6/8/2.
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
FIRE ON MOTOR VESSEL

FIRE ON MOTOR VESSEL

©SPRINGE CAPTAIN LOSES PERSONAL EFFECTS On January 29th a fire broke out on board the motor vessel, Lady Rosebey,” while lying off Brightlingsea. The cabin and ship’s lining were burnt, also the partitions to the engine room. Captain F. Ellis, who is master, and whose home is at
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
PRESTON.

PRESTON.

SOCIAL EVENING. —A social evening for young people was held at Preston Schoolroom on Wednesday, when there was an attendance of about 80. Games and dancing were enjoyed, and refreshments were served by members of the Organising committee. Mr. H. Samson was M.C., and the pianist
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 

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£72 WORTH OF CIGARETTES STOLEN THIEVES REMOVE FANLIGHT FROM DOOR

£72 WORTH OF CIGARETTES STOLEN THIEVES REMOVE FANLIGHT FROM DOOR

Thieves, believed to have been operating with a car, broke into the premises of Messrs. Taylor Bros., tobacconists, of 117, West Street, Faversham, on Thursday night, and stole four cases of cigarettes to the value of £72. The thieves effected an entry through the fanlight over
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1837.

ESTABLISHED 1837.

Telephone No; FAVERSHAM 28
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
FAVERSHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE WILLIAM GIBBS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION. AN EXAMINATION FOR THE AWARD OF SPECIAL

FAVERSHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE WILLIAM GIBBS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION. AN EXAMINATION FOR THE AWARD OF SPECIAL

PLACES AND FOR ADMISSION OF FEE PAYING PUPILS to the above-named Schools will be held at the Schools on Saturday, the 29th April, 1939, beginning at 9.30 a.m. Children of the prescribed age who seek admission either as Special pupils or Fee paying Pupils should enter for the Exa
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
FORMER FAVERSHAM BOY’S ACHIEVEMENTS

FORMER FAVERSHAM BOY’S ACHIEVEMENTS

Thirty-two Years as A Farmer in New Zealand Mr. John Austen, son of the late Mr. shed. The whole of these buildings were John Austen, of Ospringe Road, Paver- in brick and I believe the contract price sham, and brother of Mrs. Hampshire, 14, ; was some where in the vicinity of £
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England
 
TRIBUTES TO CANTERBURY

TRIBUTES TO CANTERBURY

LIBRARIAN.
11 February 1939 - Faversham Times and Mercury and North-East Kent Journal - Faversham, Kent, England