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BELLSHiLL BAPTIST CHURCH

BELLSHiLL BAPTIST CHURCH

Lord’s Day Services; Sunday, April 11..'11l a.m. and (5 p.m. MINIsTEK Rev. W. GALBRAITH. ALL HEARTILY INVITED. Mossend Primitive Methodist Church. SI NDAV. ABRIL, IP2-I. Morning, at II : Mr M’MILLAN jit <>.MO: KVKHYONE WELCOME. The Salvation Army, Bellshill. SA’ITHDAY AM) SINDAV
April 27, 1923 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ALL WELCOME,

ALL WELCOME,

Bellshill and Mossend P.S.A. Meets in Y.M.C.A. ROOMS, MAIN ST., SABBATH, 29th ABRIL, at 1 p.m. Speaker: Mr WILLIAM HENDERSON, liaptist C'lmrch, Motherwell. Soloist : Mr NOTE.—A sample Hooks, Purses. Hamlhuji*. etc*., will view in the hill for Book Fund Members ami others. Slips
April 27, 1923 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
INCOME TAX EXPERTS.

INCOME TAX EXPERTS.

TOO FUNERAL LIKE. A Bride who would not have Orange Blossom. There were unusual features the wedding at St. ALartin’s-in-the Fields, London, Saturday Miss “Jabz” Acklaud, daughter of Air and Airs Ackland, Norfolk and St. James’s Court, and Air Edgsir Phillip Woolcombe. Insisting
April 27, 1923 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ESTABLISHED 1850.

ESTABLISHED 1850.

Twelve Months. JOHN EWING and CO., Wholesale and Family Wine and Spirit Merchants, 257 Argyle Street, Glasgow Under Railway Bridge Central Station. oiinna (THE GOLD MEDAL DRINK; Made from Pure Fruit. “An Abdine a Day Keeps Illness at Bay.’l Sold Everywhere. THE CARNBROE CHILD MU
April 27, 1923 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HUSBAND OR MOTHER?

HUSBAND OR MOTHER?

It is often asked, “Who should come first, husband or mother? One husband was annoyed because his wife obeyed the wishes of invalid mother and stayed with her instead of going out with him. Legally, the husband should come first; but where illness is concerned, surely there no q
April 27, 1923 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER. [From Our Special Correspondent,’] London When their Majestic® visited the Laverstoke Paper Mills early last week they

OUR LONDON LETTER. [From Our Special Correspondent,’] London When their Majestic® visited the Laverstoke Paper Mills early last week they

surveyed an institution which, 1 think, is without fellow in this country. The family have held the monopoly the making banknote paper for the Bank of England for years, and have never, far as have heard, around any jealousy or opposition to their privilege. good deal that was w
April 27, 1923 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A LEXICOGRAPHIC LLbMJN

A LEXICOGRAPHIC LLbMJN

A LEXICOGRAPHIC It i.= admitted that one result of the ron- of this country by the Normans in iOCB, was that two languages at once were current in England. Norman-Frcncli was the tongue of the ?onquerors, while the completed stuck their native Saxon, and not for a couple of centu
April 27, 1923 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.

and after the May telephone subscribers in districts will be able obtain forecasts of the probable local weather conditions daring the following day calling np their telephone exchange. The Postmaster General hopes that this facility will be of considerable benefit farmers and o
April 27, 1923 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BLAZE OF COLOUR AT WESTMINSTER.

BLAZE OF COLOUR AT WESTMINSTER.

BLAZE OF COLOUR WESTMINSTER. The Hortionltural Hall, Westmiaater, preaented blaze of colour oo Toeaday, when the two daya' show in connection with the Royal Horticultural Society opened. Many beautiful varietlea of rhododendrona were by Mr L. do Rotbachild, Lady Abetconway, Lt-Co
April 27, 1923 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
AN ULTRA-DIPLOMAT.

AN ULTRA-DIPLOMAT.

candidate was very anxious to discover the predominant religious tendency the constituency. “My great-grandfather,” he said his first address the electors, “was Episcopalian” (stony silence) “but my great-grandmother belonged the Presbyterian Church of Scotland” (continued silen
April 27, 1923 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland