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NO INSTRUMENTS.

NO INSTRUMENTS.

The Japanese dentist does not frighten hi* patient with' an array of steel instruments. All his operations in tooth-drawing are performed by the thumb and forefinger of one hand. The skill necessary to do this is acquired only after long practice, but, when ■once it is attained,
April 11, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FATAL FINGERS

FATAL FINGERS

By WILLIAM QUEUX,
April 11, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Men’s Alpaca Jackets.

Men’s Alpaca Jackets.

Blouses. Panamas.
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MARKET SQUARE, DISS.

MARKET SQUARE, DISS.

ROYAL NORFOLK AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. PATRON: HIS MAJESTY THE KING. President : Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Norwich, (Sir G. M. Chsmberiln, D.L., J.F.)
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Trunks.

Trunks.

Bags.
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
TALKS ON HEALTH. Bt family doctor.

TALKS ON HEALTH. Bt family doctor.

June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CHAPTER XYI,

CHAPTER XYI,

SCENS THE HOUSE. Next evening Gordon Cunningham •Hatched a coupxe of hours from his duties at the House and dined en famillt at Mrs. Bores ford's in Gloucester Terrace. He, however, found Maidee cold and suspicious. Her greeting was not warm and affectionate as usual, and she se
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
On Thursday next. ATTLEBOROUGtI, rpHOS. WM. GAZE & SON are favoured with I instructions from the Exora. of the late

On Thursday next. ATTLEBOROUGtI, rpHOS. WM. GAZE & SON are favoured with I instructions from the Exora. of the late

Mr. W. M. Niobolls, to Sell Auction, AT THE TOWN HALL, ATTLEBOROUGH, Thursday, June 19<A, 1919, 4 30 in the Afternoon, THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD BOBINEB3 PREMIBEB, eitaate in Exchange Street, While Bnch-Fronted SHOP, with SHOW WINDOW, DWELLINQ-HOUSE, and Laboe Gabden, with Large Yar
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SOLDIER-SOLICITOR LOSES.

SOLDIER-SOLICITOR LOSES.

Judgment was given in the King’s Bench Division in the action brought Mr. Christopher Henry Heddon, a solicitor, of and Harrogate, who formerly served as a private in the Army, claiming damages from his late commanding officer. Major G. C. Evans, for alleged slander, malicious p
June 13, 1919 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England