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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

T. G. L. (Gloucester). —Next week I will explain the differential gear, what it is and its purpose. Will explain anything readers wish to know. Only too glad of suggestions. Many for kind remarks. W. J. (Wakefield).—The “Ford" is a car, not a cycle-car. It has an engine of 20-h.
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MOTOR ’BUS ON FIRE.

MOTOR ’BUS ON FIRE.

There were exciting scenes in Theobald *• load, Hoi born, on Monday, when motoromnibus. on its way to Battersea, caught fire. The vehicle had pulled up some fitly yards west of the Holborn Hall, and the driver was engaged in lighting the lamps, when the front the 'bus was sudden
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HIDDEN TREASURE. STOLEN PROPERTY IN CAVE.

HIDDEN TREASURE. STOLEN PROPERTY IN CAVE.

Tb« discovery by the police of "treasure cave** on the hillside of Westbrook, Godalming, was described at the police-court on Monday, when Percy George Tupper, of Holloway-hill, and Sidney Marriage, of Mint-street, were charged jointly with having broken into the dwelling-house
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

OR SALE.—Pea, Wheat, and Barley Straw; Beet and Swedes ; tons of good Hay, £5/10 pet ton, delivered. —W. Boyce, Dise. _ MY Best Potatoes are 2,6 per bushel, delivered. Best Bine Boiling or Seed Peae, 2,>6 per peck; better Boiling Peae can be had.—W. Boyce, Piss. MOUTH ORGANS.—AI
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE GOOD TIME COMING*.

THE GOOD TIME COMING*.

From various quarters there is a con. vergcnce of workers upon the betterment of the future race, the eduction of the waste energy, time, and health, the increase of leisure for the higher activities of man, and the lengthening of his enjoyment of the blessedness of living.— Db.
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 

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PRETTY VELVETEEN DRESS.

PRETTY VELVETEEN DRESS.

There is fabric made which gives better .alue for the price paid than a good velveteen. tor it wears, and even washes, splendidly, whilst its bloom and richness ate decorative that it requires only small amount of trimming There is purpose tor which velveteen is better suited th
10 January 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
PLUNDER.

PLUNDER.

Absolute Plunder boy, that’* •whit 1 can it. There’s Big Sale Ok Jan. 9th to Jan. 18th F. S. SOWDOTS, High Street And there arc splendid lines Shirts, Pyismas, Tks, Underwear, Overcoats, See* twine offered at cxccptioofitty low prifTf- I've been saving some Shekels this morning
9 January 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE TYPEWRITER FOR BEAUTIFUL WORK. SWIFT, 7 ' yost Its Typss strike direct from Isk-cad MAM BCST MATmiAl* OAT. to

THE TYPEWRITER FOR BEAUTIFUL WORK. SWIFT, 7 ' yost Its Typss strike direct from Isk-cad MAM BCST MATmiAl* OAT. to

fce^lMly Tfcc T(3eT TYPE WHITE* 00, LU. Ewd OBot: S& Holbon YiaAast, LOISOI, E.C. Biioiaghaa: Uimb Temple Sew.
9 January 1913 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
THE GREAT SKIN CURB. SUDDEN'S & R. SKIN OINTMENT, will eara itching tfur ofi« nppliontlon i iirtfoi •wy form of

THE GREAT SKIN CURB. SUDDEN'S & R. SKIN OINTMENT, will eara itching tfur ofi« nppliontlon i iirtfoi •wy form of

j honL old Woaad*. oad Soroo ; llko charm on Bad Lain : nroroata Oat. fnm F-mring, *Ol can fo» daya romoToo tba moat ebatfoaU Braptfoaa
10 January 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AN IJL'J IMJIAW KtIiIMENT.

AN IJL'J IMJIAW KtIiIMENT.

Connaught’s Own Lancers will, save the Pioneer Mail, shortly complete ninety fiv/ years’ service in the Indian Army, ine dlsf one the three existing regiments which were formed 1817, at time when the Indian Army .was considerably augmented 'n ,D £ 0 ,° art *e and other wais whic
10 January 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland