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DISS SECONDARY SCHOOL.

DISS SECONDARY SCHOOL.

Hsid Master : ERNEST E. THOMPSON, M.A., (lit. Scholar o( St. John', College, Cambridge), assisted by a Staff of Highly Qualified and Experienced Teacher,. THE AUTUMN TERM and a New School Year of the Dies Secondary School commtncaa on TUESDAY, the 22nd SEPT., 1914, at 9 30 a.m.
4 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
EXEMPTIONS IX THE XANTWICH UNION

EXEMPTIONS IX THE XANTWICH UNION

Mr. J. Morley called attention to what described as abnormal number of exemptions in the Nautwich Union Area. Mr. Davenport said they were all neceaeitoua cases. Mr. Mobley said Standard IV. seemed to a very low position from which to grunt boy exemption. Mr. Davenport said in n
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH TROOPS BETTER THAN

BRITISH TROOPS BETTER THAN

GERMANS.
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
BRITISH BSD CROSS SOCILTr. J w. pr»p&r«d the demMKle of the »bor« Society for lll»ahvte. Qalfce. Ac.. ShirtiDKS, Wioeoye. Flanneis.

BRITISH BSD CROSS SOCILTr. J w. pr»p&r«d the demMKle of the »bor« Society for lll»ahvte. Qalfce. Ac.. ShirtiDKS, Wioeoye. Flanneis.

Caliooee. Tovek. Jurist' Aprons, Cape. Oollare, Cufle. Ac. Bampitw and Patterns on AppJicaAion, COMPTON HOUSE. NORTHWICH.
8 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
NEW CHESTER REGISTRAR,

NEW CHESTER REGISTRAR,

His Honour Judge Moes baa appointed Mr. Kicherd Farmer (of Gamon, farmer and Gamon. solicitors, Chester) fill the vacancy in tho position of County Court Registrar Chester, caused by «e death of the late Mr. John Griffiths. The appointment is date from September 23rd prox. and h
4 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
A BONUS FOR RECRUITS.

A BONUS FOR RECRUITS.

CIO E RAY LANKESTER’S SUGGESTION SIR E. government. Sir E. Lankeeter, writing "T» thoee too old make the reasottabl^iioP" "To Herman advance on I ranee. mu* war because does not aee the reaeonablc and generou* pecumarv Let the Government promiee to and to every eoldier now alrea
4 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
ALLEGED THEFT OF.A CHAIR.

ALLEGED THEFT OF.A CHAIR.

At the Nantwich Police Court, Wednesday, before Mr. W. Lea and Mr. W. Harlock, Harry Poole, labourer, Cooper's-entry. Nantwich. was charged with stealing chair, value 35., the property Jane Baggier, 2, Gooper’sentry, Nantwich on Tuesday. Prosecutrix stated that sho had been sitt
4 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT AT CREWE.

ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT AT CREWE.

At the Cr«we Borough Polico Court on Monday before Alderman W. McNeill (presiding), Alderman T. Smith and Mr. Wilmot Eardley, Annie Machin, married woman living at 52, Stafford-street, Crewe, was charged with having on Sunday assaulted Edith Mary Oultofi by hitting her on the he
4 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
EFFORTS FOR THE RELIEF FUND

EFFORTS FOR THE RELIEF FUND

The Sandbach Baxnblers Football Club held a practice match in aid of the Prince of Wales's Relief'Fund on Saturday evening. The attendance was not large on account the fact that the game was announced to take place in the afternoon. It was postponed to the evening, thp team* fai
4 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England
 
76,'VIGIORIA-RD., WIDNES

76,'VIGIORIA-RD., WIDNES

OCTAVO EDITION. 3e, “IDA.
22 September 1914 - Nantwich Guardian - Nantwich, Cheshire, England