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Sandwich C.M.C. v. Broadnairs Rannwas.

Sandwich C.M.C. v. Broadnairs Rannwas.

Broadstairs Reserves were entertained by Sandwich C.M.C. at Sandwich on Saturday. and won by 6-2. Good football was practically impossible owing to the waterlogged state of the g.raihd.._ The visitors took the lead after ten minutes through Gore, who headed in from a corner by W
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
MARGATE SCORERS.

MARGATE SCORERS.

The scorers to date Davie. 15: Knott. 14: It Thompson. 10: Lambert. 0: Clare. 0: Cumner. Robbie. 6. Carr. Parr. Johnston and McCarthy, 5 each: Pryde. 4; Doherty. 3: Clare and McNaught. 2 each: Holden. MeParlane and Todd. 1 each Car Alamo/ ea rime. ? ri (' I , 0--0 O
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
FURNISH at currllNVlLe i

FURNISH at currllNVlLe i

11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
RAMSOATE UNEMPLOYED ASSOCIATION. To the Edna,.

RAMSOATE UNEMPLOYED ASSOCIATION. To the Edna,.

eir,—Kindly permit us to use your columns to air the point of view of above regarding the report ei the Works Committee chairman, as printed in Saturday's " Zest Kent Times," dealing with the discharged worn at _. _ That the &heals who investigated the matter went no further tha
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
Councillor Mackriell seconded. Worth tit

Councillor Mackriell seconded. Worth tit

Alderman Wiley explained that the work of berthing the vessels was at present carried on by the Surveyor and he was sometimes called to the quay when he had other important work on hand, which was not fair to the Surveyor. Surely it was worth the expenditure of £l6 per year to e
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
Flint in Handkerchief Malicious Damage Charge at SaadwidL

Flint in Handkerchief Malicious Damage Charge at SaadwidL

A Scotsman who alleged to have broken the window of the premises of a Sandwich tradesman. but who be remembered nothing of the incident. appeared before the Sandwich borough magistrates on Monday. . . . . Eiefendant, who adulated that he must have committed the damage, was Alexa
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
SEA MYSTERY. Story of a Floatitir Body.

SEA MYSTERY. Story of a Floatitir Body.

SEA MYSTERY. Story of a Body. A strange affair was reported at Marewe on Tuesday night. Mr. Bower. of Wellesley-road. Westgateon-flea. was walking along the Westbrookpromenade, when he what he believed to be the body of a man floating in Use water near the wooden steps adjacent t
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
A Living MmerW.

A Living MmerW.

Not one of the original crew of t4e lifeboat and tug which took part in the rescue now remains alive, and it is singularly apt that the only living manorial ox the "Indian Chief" disaster fa the man named after her 111-fated mate, and the man, moreover, who, although he has held
11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
"FELLS' NOTES" YOUR LAST CHANCE FOR OUR SPECIAL OFFER FOR OUR 1936 CLUB. JOIN AT ONCE! 94, HIGH ST., RAMSGATE.

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11 January 1936 - East Kent Times and Mail - Ramsgate, Kent, England