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BUY BOOTS AT GARNHAM BROS.,

BUY BOOTS AT GARNHAM BROS.,

AND YOU BUY BOOTS RIGHT.
18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
JUST PUBLISHED An entirely New Series of COLOURED POSTCARDS of DISS ONE PENNY EA.CH.

JUST PUBLISHED An entirely New Series of COLOURED POSTCARDS of DISS ONE PENNY EA.CH.

18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THINGS THOUGHTFUL* A sword, spade and thought should never allowed to rust.

THINGS THOUGHTFUL* A sword, spade and thought should never allowed to rust.

18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
OFFERS FROM THE CHIEFS

OFFERS FROM THE CHIEFS

The Press Bureau has issued a statement in which the Secretary of State for India announces that, besides the offers of service and assistance which have been made India to the Viceroy, the following offers have been received from chief© and others residing this country; The Mah
18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
UNCLE RALPH.

UNCLE RALPH.

Dear Children, There are such lot of letters my desk again this week, and ever so many correct solutions. I have no doubt you are all very anxious to know who are the winners the prizes. Well, hero you arc—tbo Fountain Fen goes to Muriel Smith, and the Boxes of Pry’s Chocolates
18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 

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Fiptt-two Years in the Navt.

Fiptt-two Years in the Navt.

Admiral Poe, who was born in 1849, reached the age for retirement after upwards of half century of honourable and distinguished service. He has, therefore, ceased to be First and Principal Naval Aidc-de-Camp to the King, and has been succeeded by Admiral Sir Geo. Callaghan. Admi
18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
3, MARKET HILL, DISS.

3, MARKET HILL, DISS.

SUITS COSTUMES Dry Cleaned Dry Cleaned 3/9, from 4/6. including' Pressing. SDIDT Ac DDE SSUVO. "THE SHIP" SHOEING FORGE. DISS. MR. F. COOK Desires to inform the Public that he has taken over the Old-Established Business as above, lately carried on by MR. D. HOWELL, PALGRAVE. Exp
18 September 1914 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Appearing in a Drunken Condition

Appearing in a Drunken Condition

Mary Cunningham, Mo/.ier Street. Tan and Mary Donnelly, Widow, Ashley (irange, Fallside, were arraignetl on a charge hreach of (he The former admitted the charge, hut the oilier pled not guilty. Donnelly showed signs U*ing in state of intoxication, and the Fiscal stated the Benc
18 September 1914 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EVENING PRAYER

EVENING PRAYER

For those whom we love at this time. God of Bethel, who hast all our fathers led, Hover near tho soldier in his gory 1kmI; ’Neath him, C reator place Thy loving arm, Shield him from all danger and from ill and harm. God, who made the ocean with its hound' less wave, AVatch tho B
18 September 1914 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PRINTXD AND PUBLIBHKD SVXRT THUMDAT

PRINTXD AND PUBLIBHKD SVXRT THUMDAT

THTJBSDAY,
17 September 1914 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England