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A3STID -AJSTD

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No. 2,565. —Established 1864.] Friday, December 26, 1913. OiaOULATKS InJ Bnj-on HW«U, JU-Jlj-U- Billingftrd Fanfitld OMnc NaadhAß SSSB BalaadJa Bralaworlh Flnnlnghsm Oakk? jg the “CUTHBERT” stores, SHOP EARLY MERE STREET. DISS. YOUNGS, CRAWSHAY, & YOUNGS, LTD., WINE AND SPIRIT IM
26 December 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
NOT A CAPITALIST NOW.

NOT A CAPITALIST NOW.

“I had banking account in the days. The balance now is fourteenpcnce,” •aid man at Clerkenwcl! Connty-conrt. TRISR AND SCOTCH. Having been sent to repair slight lenk in a barrel of unreduced Irish whisky, Glasgow cooper was found some little time later lying beside the cask unco
26 December 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE SPEAKER.

THE SPEAKER.

What the House of Commons really likes is a dull, humdrum Englishman like myself, who is ready to listen patiently to many speeches, and, I will not say to suffer fools gladly—that would be rude—hut to submit with a smiling and as patient a face as he can to the many debates whi
26 December 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
express triin from Fort Will ism was proceeding to Glasgow on Tuesday night when it dashed into the engine of

express triin from Fort Will ism was proceeding to Glasgow on Tuesday night when it dashed into the engine of

goods train at LambhiU Station. The goard of the goods train was slightly injured. The passenger engine was badly wrecked, two wheels being wrenched off, and portions being precipitated through wooden wall of the station. No passengers were injured but several were badly shaken.
26 December 1913 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WANTED. —All who ere thinking of going abroad to writo to, or Inquire at, Thi Local. Sbippins Aoatecr, Speaker” Office,

WANTED. —All who ere thinking of going abroad to writo to, or Inquire at, Thi Local. Sbippins Aoatecr, Speaker” Office,

BallshiU, where you can have all tnfermatlea VRU.
26 December 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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McArthur*s

McArthur*s

M Arthur*s Compensation Claim. Newarthill Man’s Death. In Hamilton Sheriff Coart an action was raised by Mrs Catherine Knight or Jack, Newartbill, widow of James Hill Jack, against Horn (Limited), coalmasters, Glenclolland Colliery, Cleland. She claimed compensation in respect of
26 December 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FOR . . . Painless Dentistry AND LIFE-LIKE ARTIFICIAL TEETH CONSULT Macfarlane Craig (From 81 Calder St, Glasgow) AT AVONDALE

FOR . . . Painless Dentistry AND LIFE-LIKE ARTIFICIAL TEETH CONSULT Macfarlane Craig (From 81 Calder St, Glasgow) AT AVONDALE

PLACE. 414 MAIN ST., BELLSHILL, Every Tuesday, from 4 till 9 p.m. PAINLESS EFFRACTIONS, //- AND Reliable, Natural-looking Artificial Teeth Viby Moderate Thumb.
26 December 1913 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DAMAGE TO LORD INVERCLYDE'S YACHT.

DAMAGE TO LORD INVERCLYDE'S YACHT.

Lord Inverclyde's eteam yacht BerJ'l berthed at the Albert Harbour, Greenock, yesterday, for sunley. The Sunday morning fire has wrought such havoc in the vessel, it is stated possible that the intention repair her may abandoned altogether. All that remain? of the beautiful yach
26 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COD FISHING AT NEW FOUNDLAND.

COD FISHING AT NEW FOUNDLAND.

TRAWLERS HAVE AN EXCELLENT SEASON. SAILBOATS ARE DISAPPEARING. The Fiskets Gang, the official organ of the Norwegian Fishery Department, publishes lengthy extract from a report by the American Consul' at St Pierre, from which it appears that in 1913 the French fleet consisted of
26 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ACCIDENT TO A FORDOUN POSTMAN.

ACCIDENT TO A FORDOUN POSTMAN.

Whilst about to proceed on his daily round Robert Nicol, postman at Fordoun, slipped on some ice near the station gate, with the result that his left, leg was broken above the ankle.
26 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland