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THE PROPHET’S TOMB.

THE PROPHET’S TOMB.

Medina—from its beint; the city Tcfupe after the Hegira, or flight from Mecca—is accounted the second holiest city of the Mohammedan world. In the midst of the is reputed to lie the Prophet’s body, undecayed, at full length, on the right side with the right palm supporting the r
May 12, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A DAINTY COTTON FROCK.

A DAINTY COTTON FROCK.

DAINTY COTTON FROCK. There has not been for many years season when many charming washing frocks have been shown, both for grown-ups and for children. Now that silk and woollen materials have grown very dear people are beginning to recognise what great economy may be effected by w
May 12, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
ADULTERATED CREAM.

ADULTERATED CREAM.

Pines varying from £2 were impend Mr. Mead at the Marlboroughgtreet Police-court number tradespeople in the West-End of London for selling cream which was mixed with boric acid to such extent as render it injurious health. The magistrate dismissed a limilar case last August, hut
May 12, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CABINET SECRETS,

CABINET SECRETS,

NO TITTLE-TATTLE OR HALF-TRDTHS
May 12, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Mending Hint.

Mending Hint.

When mending sweater, other knitted article, do not darn in tho usual way *, instead, take yarn and run stitches across rent. Then begin at the top left-hand eido and chain stitch down tho row of crossed threads, taking up a thread at every stitch. These chain stiches have the s
May 12, 1916 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MISS HARDING'S MATINEE FOR THE WAR BDPPLI DEPOT.

MISS HARDING'S MATINEE FOR THE WAR BDPPLI DEPOT.

MISS HARDING'S MATINEE FOR THE WAR DEPOT. M.TCESMTL FIX IAL REM LT. are informed that the financial result of the recent matinee at the Grand Theatre on behalf of the Banbury War Depot that a sum of Tw. has been forwarded to the Hon. Mrs. C. (’. Molyneux hv Miss Harding, who and
May 11, 1916 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
Monday. May k.

Monday. May k.

(Before the Maytr, Mr. IF. ./. H»inling : Mr. C. H'ind*or, and Mr. T. 0. Hankinwn.) THE LIGHTING ORDER. MORE CONVICTIONS. Otoen Wilton, grocer. Market Place, was summoned for having a;i unshaded light 10.45 p in. the 27th ult. Defendant plead<*l not guilty. I’.S. (srar«* (inpuHo
May 11, 1916 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
DALBY & CO.,

DALBY & CO.,

May 11, 1916 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
DIOOE-SAN FINANCE—POOR LIVINGS.

DIOOE-SAN FINANCE—POOR LIVINGS.

DIOOE-SAN FINANCE —POOR LIVINGS. Thi*ro arc one or two things which should said about diocesan finance. Twenty parishes the j Archdeaconry are absent from the lists of those who contributed th' ir quota (or portion of it) | to the Diocesan Fund last year. The sums asked for are s
May 11, 1916 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
» U -DAY, MAY 11, IHI6. WEBBS’ SWEDES WEBB?’ NEW MASTERPIECE Purplis.i Red Top. Invaluable for early feeding, le. 6d.

» U -DAY, MAY 11, IHI6. WEBBS’ SWEDES WEBB?’ NEW MASTERPIECE Purplis.i Red Top. Invaluable for early feeding, le. 6d.

per lb. 68s. per bushel. WEBBS’ EMPIRE. Greenish Bronze Top. Is. 6d. per lb., 68s. per bushel. FIRST PRIZIS, LON2CN, BIRMINGHAM, and EDINBURGH, open to the Kingdom. WEBBS’BUFFALO, Purpi, Top. Is. 6d. per lb., 68s. per busnel. Very hardy, good cropper and keeper. WEBBS’ IMPERIAL.
May 11, 1916 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England