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STJREET, I>ISS,

STJREET, I>ISS,

May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
TRADE MARK.

TRADE MARK.

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May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

LETTERPRESS & COPPERPLATE PRINTING EXECUTED AT THE “EXPRESS'' OFFICE, DIBS.
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HENRY BOBBY & SON'S

HENRY BOBBY & SON'S

FANCY DEPT.
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SPRING CLEANING

SPRING CLEANING

Carpet Squares, Hearth Rugs, Stair Carpets, Bedroom Carpets, &c. ■BR-USHIGS of every description.
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MEMORIAL TO GRETNA DISASTER.

MEMORIAL TO GRETNA DISASTER.

Lord Rosebery, unveiling memorial at Leith to the officers and of the 7th Royal Scots who killed in the Gretna railway disaster a year ago, spoke the joy of the men they left to face the enemy in line with their comrades. criminal blunder which we will not seek to explain,” said
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CLOSING THE PRISONS.

CLOSING THE PRISONS.

Mr. H. Samuel, in answer to » written question Sir G. Toulmin, sins: Tho present prison population, compared with that of two years ago, shows a marked dccrease. The figures are us follows : Local Prisons: Mav, 1914—13.667; Hay. 1916-C.904. Convict Prisons and Preventive Detenti
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
“CLAIMING HIS RIGHT.’*’

“CLAIMING HIS RIGHT.’*’

Mr. Hedderwick. at North London Policecourt Saturday, decided that Jas. Burns, twenty-nine, employed in a theatrical company touring the country, but whose parent* reside in Belfast, was not domiciled in England, although he usually resided here for eight months every year, and
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
JOHN C. PIKE, Auctioneer and Valuer, BTUBTON PLACE, BCOLE, <k MERE-STREET DISS,

JOHN C. PIKE, Auctioneer and Valuer, BTUBTON PLACE, BCOLE, <k MERE-STREET DISS,

May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SIGNALLING.

SIGNALLING.

Signalling the sly is one of the greatest and most important arte of the present war. If spy in the enemy’s camp wants to get into communication with his own men ho cannot stand and wave a flag. He has to think of something much more subtle. And often, despite his subtlety, caug
May 19, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England