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Infant Mortality.

Infant Mortality.

The infant mortality was the lowest since 1910. There being only deaths of children under one year. giving a rate per 1000 of 102. There was a striking rise in the number of premature births, which were double those of the previous year. He believed that the health missions= wor
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Quarry Bank Soldier's Death.

Quarry Bank Soldier's Death.

A Comrade's Sympathy. The wife of Pte. Tom White, of the lst Worcester", who was killed on 19th May, had official intimation from the War Office, and also a latter from a soldier friend, Pte. W Foster. The latter has also written to a sheet' Of — the . fallen hero. Mrn. ~ E. Tay
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Professor Turner's Suggestions.

Professor Turner's Suggestions.

Professor Thomas Turner, of Birmingham University, formerly director of education to the Staffordshire County Council. writes to the Editor of the "County Mxwen Sir,-1 have read with interest your recant article on "Classes in alms Manufao tare," and feel that the present situat
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Age 19 to 45.

Age 19 to 45.

Ordinary Standards of Msainusinients need not be adhered to, providing General Physique satisfactory, and the eyesight test may be poised with aid of glares. PAY 5/- PER DAY, and all found, with usual Separation and Dependants' allowances. Railway Warrants will be sent to anyone
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Catching up the Germans.

Catching up the Germans.

"Then." he gays, " the Germans seemed 100 years in front of ne in some things. Of course, we are better served now. Where, for instance, our equipment weighed lba, theirs was only about a quarter the weight. and vet they had everything they wanted." Gratitude for the generous an
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Stourbridge Belgian Refugees.

Stourbridge Belgian Refugees.

[hiring the past two weeks subectiptions and donations have been recei‘.l as follows:—Presbyterian Church, two subscriptions of 11 46.; Wesleyan Church, 15e. last week. apd this week; Mrs. and Mims Green. .V; Mrs. E. J. Taylor, la. $l. Gifts in kind were received as follows : Pu
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
TUESDAY. JUNE Rath.

TUESDAY. JUNE Rath.

Olympia, Wordsley, Pictatas , 7.30. witif*thrim following nights. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th. Park Hill, Stourbridge, Garden Party and Sale of Work. p.m.
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
DIED OF WOUNDS.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

J. L. Bengin, Ut It& So...term, 2 605. Motor Transport Driver Barnett, Transport bestion. WOUNDED OR SICK. Ind Lieut. A. U. Owlllram, wounded, tst 7th Worce. Lod Lieut. I. J. Gore. skit, let 7th Worcester.. Pte. W. Hardirnan, std Worcester*. Pte. Carl Shinier, 3rd Worcester.. Pt
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
LADIES' NIIIIALNU CLASN.

LADIES' NIIIIALNU CLASN.

An maininatienoi r-•tuber of the lather' nursing elms at the Institute. Market Street. wim conducted on Monday by Mayor W. lltrkpetrick. Some 34 onunbern promoted turniaelver, and at the court WHOA the examiner stated that the clam had done remarkably well, and that the percenta
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
A MBLECOTE.

A MBLECOTE.

AMBIJK'OrIid DIBTRVIB FUNDS.- The following additional aullascris;ons have bitwo received from. the mop ea of the following Irma. namely. Maws T. Webb and I Aotl.. £1 17s. 21 13.. 4.1.. and El 1%. Id.; Thomas Webb and Corbett. TAd.. 111 s. 11d., 21 Ts. 3d.. and .41 8 MM.: A. and
26 June 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England