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THU ATNHOB AND ABHBNDON

THU ATNHOB AND ABHBNDON

NEW LINE. RIGHT-OF-WAY DISPUTE. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY v. MRS. GOUGH. A right-of-way dispute ease was heard the Bicester Justices on Monday the Court House Bices tec, and at Souldern Parish R<k. n, wliere the Court adjourned afU the Justices had inspec ted the ground. The
2 May 1907 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BOOK NORTON.

BOOK NORTON.

CttNcrar.—A very concert pi\cn the nihfnrd Temperance Hand in the Haptiwt S« ht>i>lnK.m Tueaday. April 23rd. The Kev. J. ChurvhiU over large audience, and tin* perftirmera carried out the programme in an excellent manner. At the clone a hearty vote of thank* wan accorded the han
2 May 1907 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
ACCOMMODATION FOR BICYCLES WITH MAN IN ATTENDANCE.

ACCOMMODATION FOR BICYCLES WITH MAN IN ATTENDANCE.

ACCOMMODATION FOR BICYCLES WITH MAN ATTENDANCE. Admission by Ticket, Gd. each ; if purchased on or before Saturday, May 18th, 4d. ; obtained of the Secretary, also of T. Aldous and C. Cupper, Hoxne ; G. Thorndike, Sylehtm; L. H. Hart, Brockdish ; G. Markwell, Oakley; B Tyo, Denha
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

(From Our London Correspondent.) After an absence on the Continent of exactly two months, during which period he haa travelled more than five thousand miles, the King returned to London on Saturday last, and was warmly welcomed by his {>ooplo. His Majesty left England on March 4
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
DEATH OF AN EX-M.P.

DEATH OF AN EX-M.P.

Mr. John Gumming Macdona, Conservative ex-M.P. for Rotherhithe, died in London on Saturday. He was gofling at West Kirby, where lie had country seat, last Friday week, but caught a chill, which developed into pneumonia. MTr. Macdona, before entering Parliament, was in holy order
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE PISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL—FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1907. ROYALTY AT A HOSPITAL.

THE PISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL—FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1907. ROYALTY AT A HOSPITAL.

The Prince of Wales, who was accompanied by the Princess, on Tuesday afternoon opened an addition to the Tottenham Hospital. The Royal party were met by an escort of the Hertfordshire Yeomanry, and on reaching the hospital were received by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, pre
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A SINGING PREMIER.

A SINGING PREMIER.

To the Premiers of our Colonies who are now in England the latest addition is the Hon. Thomas Bent, Premier of Victoria, and one the most remarkable men who have ever occupied the post of Premier. In Australia he familiarly termed “Tommy,” he has been called the “Dick Seddon of
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GOLF.

GOLF.

Diss Golf Club Stotrmarkef Golf CV«6.— Played on the Dies Golf Club Links, on April 27th, resulting in a win for the home club by 3 points to 2C Score— Diss Golf Club. Stowmarket Golf Club. G. K. Wilson 0 Rev. T. Simon 1 W. Mayer 0 H. Raffe 1 F. W. Ffrench 1 C. E. Hitchcock ...
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GOSTLING § Go., Chemists § Druggists, Diss, Eye | Framlingham. CONTINUED RISK IN THE PRICE OF TEA.

GOSTLING § Go., Chemists § Druggists, Diss, Eye | Framlingham. CONTINUED RISK IN THE PRICE OF TEA.

GOSTLING § Go., Chemists § Druggists, Diss, Eye Framlingham. CONTINUED RISK THE PRICE TEA. Yet there is NO increase in the price Hotniman’s. Quality maintained ' Always good alike 1 Horniman s Tea has no equal It ihe finest obtainable, and guarditieed absolutely pure. Don’t be pu
10 May 1907 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MISS MUIR,

MISS MUIR,

Dirleton Place, Bellshill, Takes the opportunity of thanking her many Patrons for their Liberal Support during the last Seven Years, and respectfully begs to intimate that she has Removed to 15 Motherwell Road, where she intends carrying on a Dressmaking Business in all its Depa
10 May 1907 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland