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PALGRAVE.

PALGRAVE.

Billiard Tournament. A tournament, open to members of Squadron, Welsh Horse, was brought to a conclusion on Monday evening at the Heading Room. It consisted of a handicap of 150 op, the handicapping being carrie out by a committee composed of non-commissioned officers and men of
05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A FREE OFFER FOR OUR READERS,

A FREE OFFER FOR OUR READERS,

On receipt penny stamp to cover postage, the proprietors Baker’s Backache Pellets will send trial box FREE OF CHARGE t# any readers mentioning this paper. This is the medicine which is effecting such wonderful results in severe cases of Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, G
05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
To Clean a Gas Stov*.

To Clean a Gas Stov*.

TTic gas stove should be cleaned once every week. Remove all bars, and wash in strong soda water. Wash the top of the stove and clean burners, cleaning ont the little holes with a fine skewer or piece wire. Wash the shelves, and clean an) enamel linings with rough salt. Blacklea
05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
ANTWERP FORTS.

ANTWERP FORTS.

GERMAN BIG CONS COMMAND THE SCHELDT. The fortress of Antwerp, where the German* have been working daily for three months, is again provided with all possible fortification works demanded by modern war technique. According to a “Mail” message from Rotterdam, hundreds of workmen w
05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
AN INCREASE REQUESTED.

AN INCREASE REQUESTED.

The Eastern Daily Press says there is growing agitation in some parts of Norfolk for increase id the wages of agricaltoral labourers. The National Agricultural Labourers’ Union is taking the matter np. and is circularising the farmers, demanding a substantial advance owing to th
05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WOMAN'S UNFAILING FRIEND. TOWLE’S PILLS IrmnetlinU'ly you notice any rreKiunnty of taka TowU'V They will •|«:ckljr *ufferin«. • 4/A. of

WOMAN'S UNFAILING FRIEND. TOWLE’S PILLS IrmnetlinU'ly you notice any rreKiunnty of taka TowU'V They will •|«:ckljr *ufferin«. • 4/A. of

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05 February 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
LET THE GUNS TALK.

LET THE GUNS TALK.

It is criminal to cry for peace, and criminal to desire it until have reduced to nothingness the forces of oppression which have weighed so much upon Europe for the last half-century. Until this is done we must only talk through the mouths of our guns. many heroes must not have
30 July 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
AN OLD ACTOR’S SAD END

AN OLD ACTOR’S SAD END

The traffic death Edward Robert Fita- Sairs, eighty, an actor who wa«» once a great favourite with the theatre-going public, wa*> inquired into by the Wettminster Coroner. _ * Elirabeth Fitadairt, the widow, of Wel- rcet, Strand. London, aaid her hui>- had been an actor but had
30 July 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
USED FOR SNAKE BITES

USED FOR SNAKE BITES

In California there grows a plant called the rattlesnake weed. It gets its name from the story that when rattlesnakes fight ?nd bite each” other, this weed, if eaten by hem, will prevent death. The plant grows fcbout six inches tall, and has a red stalk and slender leaves. On th
03 December 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
VOICE REGAINED BY SHOCK.

VOICE REGAINED BY SHOCK.

The wife of machinist West Hartlepool named Bow ran has, under singular circumstances, recovered her voice, she lost through shock during bombardment in December last, wbeu a shell wrecked the house next door. Since the bombardment she had been unable to speak above the merest w
03 December 1915 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England