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ASPHYXIATING BOMBS

ASPHYXIATING BOMBS

While this was going' on the Germans at•tacked the Belgian* beyond the French left •with asphyxiating bombs and then advanced the assault. The Belgians, nothing •daunted, lay down and awaited the onnet, opening on their assailants with machine guns at very close range, and killi
May 14, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
ZEPPELIN AT SOUTHEND.

ZEPPELIN AT SOUTHEND.

May 14, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MR. HOWARD EVANS DEAD.

MR. HOWARD EVANS DEAD.

The death of Mr. Howard Evana took place at hia residence at Brirton Hill oo Sunday morning, at the of 77. ex-chairman of the London Confjrefirational Union, and th* author of “Our Old Kobilitv and other political works, Mr. Evans was for a long time officially associated with t
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A Bavarian Princr.

A Bavarian Princr.

Prince Leopold Bavaria, who commands the German troops at Warsaw, is brother of King Ludwig of Bavaria. He is cousin of the mad King Otto, who, towards the end of 1913, was deposed, having been pronounced hopeless y insane. He is the second son of the Prince Leop 1 w’ho acted as
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BELGIAN LADY FINED.

BELGIAN LADY FINED.

Marie Henrictte Frank, said to bo outer the proprietor of an important daily pajier at Calais and a lady of good social position in Belgium, was fined £5 at Eastbourne for not registering herself and j£2 for making a false statement on registration paper. It was stated she visit
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE KILTS.

THE KILTS.

The exact origin of the kilt lent ia the mists antiquity, though the history ofthe famous Scottish garment goes back tc the time when it was also part of the national dress of Wales and Ireland. la the Middle Ages the kilt was a kind ebirl called a lenn. It was worn with jacket
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WANTED, Good Strong General for “School Honse," North Lopham, near Tbetford, about the middle of September; washwoman employed; good reforencee

WANTED, Good Strong General for “School Honse," North Lopham, near Tbetford, about the middle of September; washwoman employed; good reforencee

; some knowledge of Cooking.—Apply, stating age and wages, to Mrs. Leonard Smith, Bracondale, Koodisball, Saxmaodbam. WANTED, a Man or two Lads for Thatching.— Apply E. W. Doe, Redgrave. WANTED, Boy aa Cook with Steam Ploagb Tackle. Not nnder 15. 12/- week.—Apply, Sturgeon Bros.
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
[Refer to X 621.]

[Refer to X 621.]

[Refer X 621.] line of the bust. Cords are run in slightly diagonal line from the neck to the waist on each side ef the front. The material is gauged over these cords, as it is gauged aver the cords in front, so that it is very dightly draped about the figure. Similar .'ords are
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A DAINTY NIGHTGOWN.

A DAINTY NIGHTGOWN.

An attractive little nightdress is shown in this sketch. It is extremely simple in shape and is easy to make. This model does not slip over the bead and drew up, but fastens down the front, the buttons and loops being hidden by the frill of lace. The neck is cat
August 13, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GOSTLING

GOSTLING

MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT YARMOUTH. Th« Yarmonih Coroner held en inqoeet on Toeedey on (he body of female infant, of onknown name, which found in dyke on the Soathtown marshes on Friday.—The Coroner said some children were playing on the marshes, when they saw woman with brown paper
June 11, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England