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NOTES ON NEWS.

NOTES ON NEWS.

By far the most important speech delivered lately on South African affairs was the appeal of Mr. Smuts at a banquet at Krugersdorp for a union between Boer and Briton. He opposed the proposed union between tbs Transvaal and Natal, but supported the idea of a federation between a
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WEDDING GUESTS POISONED.

WEDDING GUESTS POISONED.

The wedding of Mi«a Florrie Beech, of Black Blank, a Staffordshire mining Tillage, and Ur. William Plant, of BUrerdale, has been followed hr disastrous results. Nearly all the 40 gueats who sat down to the wedding break fast became seriously ill with ptomaine poisoning. The caus
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MURDERED BY HOOUGANS.

MURDERED BY HOOUGANS.

A daring aad murder waa committed in the Avenue- Philippe Angoste, Peris, two hooligans, who drove' in cab to the residence of their victim, end shot him dead in the presence of the members his family and others. The murdered man was carver and gilder, named Legabnyat, and the c
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
VILLAGE TRAGEDY IN SUFFOLK.

VILLAGE TRAGEDY IN SUFFOLK.

VILLAGE TRAGEDY SUFFOLK. distressing discovery was made at Mendlesham on Tuesday. A little boy named Hart was walking over the Green when he saw in ditch the body of woman with her throat cut, and razor lying oy her side. The lad informed Mr. Cbas Arbourn, who examined the body,
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
BLACK QUARTER IN CALVES.

BLACK QUARTER IN CALVES.

This is Hood disease that often in summer. The herds that hare been orsr-bard done in winter appear when turned into luxurious summer pastors to improve their condition rapidly that the vital finid ass uni prwmeue state. Scam land appears far mare liable to bring . the malady th
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
Football—Thi Lassus.

Football—Thi Lassus.

The football season was opened on Saturday in most trying conditions. The beat was so intense that the games in the League Championship, after half-time, practically became tests of endurance, and in many cases the players had to retire, overcome by the sun. The results the matc
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
A SAFE REMEDY SKIN & BLOOD DISEASES B an nffarfaif from any dn* to ■> tapon aMa tha Blood, inch

A SAFE REMEDY SKIN & BLOOD DISEASES B an nffarfaif from any dn* to ■> tapon aMa tha Blood, inch

aa Eczema, Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Let*, Blood PoUoa, Glandular Swellings, Abscesiea, Bolla, Pimples, Rheumatism, Gout, &c. |M abonld taat tba of Oaito'a Blood ktartara, worid-frunad Blood Puidarand It la wamatad to elaaaaa tba blood Tbs Editok Of ns Piatif aafar— ban aaaa baata l
07 September 1906 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HARRY PRENTICE, Ltd., Jobmasters, PROPRIETORS OF THE OLD TIMES COACH. WINNOLD YARD, St. Leonards Rd., Bexhill. Riding 8 Driving Taught

HARRY PRENTICE, Ltd., Jobmasters, PROPRIETORS OF THE OLD TIMES COACH. WINNOLD YARD, St. Leonards Rd., Bexhill. Riding 8 Driving Taught

- - - in all its Branch* SALE Lather Goods, . India Rubber-Tyred Landaus Broughams A Victorias foi Hire Fancy Goods, Stationery, China, Views, Picture Postcards, Toys, at Reasonable Prices. Station Cats Omnibuses. - - GOOD HUNTERS Boats, Games, etc., etc. For 7 Days. B EXHILL-ON
15 September 1906 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
w. ❖ I 33 > •BRITTON. | RAKER AND CONFECTIONER t WESTERN ROAD, BEXHILL. (Late Thorne Mill, Ninfleld, Sussex.) *#**##

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15 September 1906 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England
 
NO SAVING.

NO SAVING.

Alderman Cooper—lt has been pointed out by the. mover of the motion that there Sing a considerable saving effected, e has not pointed out where that saving is going be effected. My own view is that you will have to keep practically the same ©laff collect the rate© yon have now.
15 September 1906 - Bexhill-on-Sea Observer - Bexhill, Sussex, England