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GOSTLING’S SHEPHERD’S FRIEND. Price 1/8, 3/-, Ac 5/-. TESTIMONIAL. From Mr. W. Kelly-Grelian, Lisbride, Roscommon, Ireland: Dear Sirs, —I am

GOSTLING’S SHEPHERD’S FRIEND. Price 1/8, 3/-, Ac 5/-. TESTIMONIAL. From Mr. W. Kelly-Grelian, Lisbride, Roscommon, Ireland: Dear Sirs, —I am

very pleased with the results of your Shepherd’s Friend which I got from you last year. In my opinion no Flock Master should be without it as it is an easy remedy, and all cases of Straining which I treated with it recovered. I have recommended it to many of my neighbours.”
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
POST CARDS.

POST CARDS.

Now Showing —An Kntirely New Stock of MILITARY POST CARDS in Great Variety. BIRTHDAY A Splendid Assortment of the Latest Designs. LOCAL Views of Diss. New Series pf 12 Coloured Post Cards, Id. each. Also a Series of 6 Cabinet Souvenir Photogravure Post Cards, 2d. each. PEESENT
April 9, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FULL NAME FULL ADDRESS

FULL NAME FULL ADDRESS

This form, when completed, ahonld be retarned in etemped envelope, merkod *' Rooraitinfto the Editor, Dibs Express " Office, Mete Street, Dies.
April 9, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
YARMOUTH.

YARMOUTH.

A Bad Rascal. —At the Quarter Sessions on Monday, Samuel Darby, 72, shipwright, pleaded guilty to obtaining £2/6/-, by false pretences from John Mcßride, and hs also admitted previous convictions in the name of \Georgo Wilson.—Deteo iva-luspector Smith tali the prisoner was rele
April 23, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
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April 23, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 

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ROOT AND BRANCH METHODS.

ROOT AND BRANCH METHODS.

The Chancellor continued: “Having gone into the matter great deal more closely during the few weeks, I must say that I have growing conviction based on accumulating evidence that nothing but root and branen methods will be the slightest avail in dealing with this evil. I believe
April 2, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
EACH FOR ALL.

EACH FOR ALL.

There is less complaining to-day than I have ever known. A. man will hardly grunt with the toothache! He ia thinking and dealing with larger outlook than himself. He is beginning to see not simply himself, but his country which lives, and which he is a' part. —The Rev. Len G. Br
April 2, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LIMITING PROFITS.

LIMITING PROFITS.

1. That it is the intention the Government to conclude arrangement* with all important firms engaged wholly mainly upon engineer. and shipbuilding work for war purposes, under which their profits will be limited, with view securing that benefit resulting from the relaxation trad
April 2, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Usrs of Potatoes.

Usrs of Potatoes.

Potatoes po*«c«8 great cleansing properties. Cold potatoes, used instead of soap, cleanse the Bands well and make the skin smooth and soft. The water in which potatoes have been boiled is excellent for slanging dirt out of silk. Potato-water, made grating potato into about half
April 2, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England