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WORTHAM.

WORTHAM.

April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
IPSWICH

IPSWICH

Convoy Wounded —On Wednesday evening a train arrived at Ipswich Station from Dover conveying in all 113 wounded soldiers, 72 of whom were for the Ease Suffolk and Ipswioh Hospital and tbe remtiuder were taken on Halesworth for transmission to tbe hospital Henbam Hall. The meo we
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
PLAYING CARDS UNDER FIRE.

PLAYING CARDS UNDER FIRE.

A letter sent to Yalding by one the crew of a British warship in the Da*d/i--nellos contains an interesting passage in connection with the fighting on March 18. The writer explains how annoying it felt to below while his ship was bombarding the forts and the latter were returnin
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
[Refer to X 587.]

[Refer to X 587.]

is the important part of the modish coat to-day, it is arranged with a broad box pleat down the middle, flanked either aide by a narrow pleat. These pleats are all released at the rather long waistlsne, where the coat I* held in by broad belt. This belt is a striking feature the
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
INVISIBLE INK.

INVISIBLE INK.

THREE SUSPECTED SPIES ARRESTED, Upon the charge of communicating naval and military information to the enemy writing in invisible ink to various addressee the Continent, three alleged spies have been arrested the authorities. The names of tho men are Kuepferle, Muller, and Hahn.
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING.

WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING.

arc out against an intolerable wrong and against doctrine of blood and iron which filling the earth with hideous slaughter and inhuman cruelty.—Dean Wells.
April 16, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HMEI BOBBY & SOM

HMEI BOBBY & SOM

BOBBY & SOM FOR
April 30, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HUMAN NATURE.

HUMAN NATURE.

Many to-day, in the Church well as in the world, look down with a certain contempt upon every century before the twentieth century. They are intoxicated with pride in modern inventions and discoveries. They gaze back scornfully at the benighted generations when newspapers and te
April 30, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LATINO TUaVXS FOB LAWNS.

LATINO TUaVXS FOB LAWNS.

E, turves laid in position; a, turves, 3ft. long and Ift. wide, the nsnal sire; 6, the edges of the turves, which should be arranged to overlap slightly. They are afterwards beaten level with turf beater or spade. turf beater, formed of broom handle; e, and block of thick heavy
April 30, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE KING'S PLEDGE.

THE KING'S PLEDGE.

It was announced at meeting of tha general committee of the National Free Church Council that already the Free Churches had distributed 1.000,000 copies of the King’s pledge. A resolution was nnaaimously passed stating; The executive of tho National Free Church Council desires t
April 30, 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England