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2a. 3r. sp,

2a. 3r. sp,

as now in the occupation of Rev. A. C. Custance and Mrs. H. Outlaw. Lot 3. A COTTAGE, with Shed and Large Garden, well situate the road to Fulham Market Station, containing Oa. 2r. 6p. and occupied by Mr. William Roope, junr. IN SKEYTON. Lot 4 Valuable FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL ESTA
May 26, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE DISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL—FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1916

THE DISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL—FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1916

THE DISS EXPRESS AND NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK JOURNAL —FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1916 Hardy Palms. —These are effective in tb« garden and well in ordinary soil in sheltered position. Chamerops fortunei is tiio one to grow. Plante from pots can lie put out now, and in most districts they remain
May 26, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
TRAIN FALLS INTO THE ROAD.

TRAIN FALLS INTO THE ROAD.

Early on Thursday morning a goods train on the Groat Northern branch line ijotween Laieterdyko and Windhill, near Bradford, was travelling between Thacklcy and Windhill Station when the engine, it stated, got out of control. The driver applied the brakes, but they failed to act,
May 26, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GETTING READY FOR THE CANADIAN HARVEST.

GETTING READY FOR THE CANADIAN HARVEST.

In Canada as in the United Kingdom the shortage of labour on the land is causing great inconvenience and serious concern. There, as in England, women are coming forward to assist; but their services will not nearly suffice and comprehensive arrangements are being made to cope wi
May 26, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK

AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK

at various Prices. All this Season’s Designs. -N/r A ~NrTX-,X-i-A- SH.A-A^Xira-S.
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SMART CHILDS COAT

SMART CHILDS COAT

The present season has brought horn© to* mothers th© truth of the often repeated statement that there no time of the year when a coat or wrap is more urgent neces-* sity that during English April and May, when the weather jumps treacherously from one extreme to the other. It is
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
ENEMY MACHINES BROUGHT DOWN.

ENEMY MACHINES BROUGHT DOWN.

On Monday night the Press Bureau issued the following; “Last night the enemy, after bombardment. exploded mines opposite Carency which damaged our front trenches. No infantrv attack followed. “A small hostile bombing attack south of Loos was repulsed, enemy leaving three dead th
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SOLDIERS’ GAMING Drfk.

SOLDIERS’ GAMING Drfk.

Serious charges were brought against hairdresser named George Hill, of Vauxhall Bridge-road. London, E..and his assistant, Christopher Wat ling, at Westminster Policecourt. It stated that it had come to tho knowledge the military authorities that wounded and soldiers, members of
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
To Remove Paint thom Glass,

To Remove Paint thom Glass,

To Remove Paint Glass, Take lib. of American potash, dissolve boiling water ?, allow this to get cool and then apply to paint with any old brush; be careful not get the liquid ujion the hands clothes. Another wav to remove paint from pan€ 6 of they should b© fhoroughly moistened
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FIGIITINfr IN GALWAY.

FIGIITINfr IN GALWAY.

FIGIITINfr GALWAY. Reports from other parts of Ireland are ▼ery satisfactory. The situation to-day is that there has l>een some fighting at Athenry and Galway. In Athenry the police have been able to deal with the situation. In Galway fighting has been going on, and is still proc
May 5, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England