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MEMORIAL SERVICE AT •RIERLEY

MEMORIAL SERVICE AT •RIERLEY

A memorial service to five soldiers, fol. merly members at the Wesleyan Sunday School, Brierley Hill, wee conducted on Sunday by the Rev. W. Hugh Pritchard. The fallen heroes are Ptes. Huasel Bell, James Lambert, Jew Whittaker. Herbert CA/leerier. and Wilfred John/. The ornaniet
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Call For

Call For

spade* trONS/10, sots, for la a ebrosie lora, they are as insidious sapping the rery Iseadatioa of health. For the trendiest of iedigestios, partieshirty its early states, Pills ars knows to be a highly reliable remedy. They est tartly sad naturallydeeming, eorrecting and sir. i
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
J. C. PURCHASE, 138, RICH STREET, STOURBRIOCE. News of the SHOW — B.". New Styles for Men and Boys We

J. C. PURCHASE, 138, RICH STREET, STOURBRIOCE. News of the SHOW — B.". New Styles for Men and Boys We

sad Sate diet ere lie het word is ...6t,' ~+ tohet. Such deem Phased buy wed S. " Sr ' : 4 ,:.... For Men ad • t: .. Ai. 1 , all ages we • The Youths and Boys, en weß emend few w styles for tbeelder Wet ere their eme—seeert. Bat all warmed, sad a a geed. :: :: :: : OUR SPEaAL SH
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Mr. Tettey's Response.

Mr. Tettey's Response.

in acknowledgment. Mr. Tottey expreseed deep appreciation of their kindness and of their handsome present. He felt proud that he was instrumental in /darting the aseocia- Sen. It was formed at a very critical time, when the trade was being mailed in more ways than one; hut happi
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
The following NEW FORD CARS in sleek for immediate delivery One Model T. Touring Car. 1135. One Chassis. fitted with

The following NEW FORD CARS in sleek for immediate delivery One Model T. Touring Car. 1135. One Chassis. fitted with

English body. complete, /1105. One Landaubette complete, AM. One Van oomplotia £l3O. Delivery °bargee from work. 30/- antes Übe above prime—A. S. WAVER, Peed Speciabot, Steerbridge. Tel. 75. 4718 KNITTING MACHINE for S.l. dies,: and 011 sosomorka—Apply Jose.. 117. tear's La% Cre
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
A BEAUTIFULLY - ILLUSTRATED DICTIONARY, containing MS pages, with id platen in colours illustrating over IGO objoota, strong!, bound in

A BEAUTIFULLY - ILLUSTRATED DICTIONARY, containing MS pages, with id platen in colours illustrating over IGO objoota, strong!, bound in

c loth ; pries Is. not. T he "British Weekly "says, ' Wonderful at the_prioe."—Mark and Moody, Ltd., Booksellers, Stoorbridge.
18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
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18 December 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
TO ictifibiiri.

TO ictifibiiri.

ictifibiiri. KANUFACII3RED BY Parkes. (Irriffiths & Co , G 0 BSI ABINOIIIII, sad Iwo CS&I)I.4T WN. best Prism gives for Dead Homo and Cies. Orion sttatitd t•. no ob+son the DWI WO ar at Was The War. War Prisoner's Escape. A.blecote Lancer's Thrilling Story. Perilous Wanderings Th
27 February 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
Lye Parliatnen try Recruiting Committee.

Lye Parliatnen try Recruiting Committee.

A nib-committee meeting of the above held on Monday at the ofßce of the secretary, Mr. J. H. Hooke, Pedmore Road. Mr. J. A. Wooldridge presiding. The announcement that Viscount Cobham had cemented to accept the honorary presidenc, was received with great satisfaction. It was dec
27 February 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England
 
u mad to fight

u mad to fight

as we are. I killed sixteen—sixteen Hussars —and I felt so mad with the joy I did not know when I was wounded until my lags would not hold up. I was lucky. I know many of my countrymen have never seen a German. and yet have been killed or wounded by the shells. It is the shells
27 February 1915 - County Express - Stourbridge, Worcestershire, England