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GEORGE SYMONDS, THJS A ictioneer d Value?', OPPIOBb-WORTHAM DI3B Michaelmas, 1917. GEORGE SYMONDS to call attention to the following SALES

GEORGE SYMONDS, THJS A ictioneer d Value?', OPPIOBb-WORTHAM DI3B Michaelmas, 1917. GEORGE SYMONDS to call attention to the following SALES

On Monday, October lat. The Hall Farm, BADWELL ASH, Miles from Elmaweli Station, 10 from Bury St. Edmond’s direction of the Exors. of Miss H. M. Payne, deceased, Powerful CART MARES and GELDINGS, 30 Head of Neat Stock, comprising 6 Choice Cows, 12 Steers (18 months old), 12 Wean
28 September 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
WHEAT DRESSING. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE.

WHEAT DRESSING. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE.

WHEAT DRESSING. ADVANCE IN PRICE. 3d. PACKET DRESSES BUSHELS. 7/6 per Dozen. Blue Yitriol in 11b. packets. CORVUSINE D.G. in tins. The Liquid Seed Dressing. MICHAELMAS SALES.
28 September 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SOME USEFUL RECIPES.

SOME USEFUL RECIPES.

Apple Pudding. —Peel some good cooking apples and core them without breaking, lay them in a tin the oven until nearly cooked. Then pour into the baking tin well-made custard and set in the oven until the custard is cooked—cuetard should not allowed to boil, or tbe milk is apt tu
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
SIR A. LEE TO PLOUGHMEN.

SIR A. LEE TO PLOUGHMEN.

Sir Arthur Lee, the Director-General Food Production, has addressed appeal to ploughmen and worker* on the land. “In the trenches German shells come oyer on Sunday on weekdays; German submarines are just as active Sundays as any other day," he writes. “The enemy takes no holiday
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FOR THE LAMBING SEASON. aOSTLINQ’S

FOR THE LAMBING SEASON. aOSTLINQ’S

SHEPHERDS’ THE WELL-KNOWN MU. ' STRAINING
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
DISS CHURCH. ■ma. 4th Bnndaj In liant. Uomlng—9l, 183, 530 BTeDiDR-254, 283, 194, 23 Preacher—ll Tha Rector, 630 Baa. H.

DISS CHURCH. ■ma. 4th Bnndaj In liant. Uomlng—9l, 183, 530 BTeDiDR-254, 283, 194, 23 Preacher—ll Tha Rector, 630 Baa. H.

Drake. Wednesday. Evening—B7, 332, 208 Preacher—7 p.m , The Rector.
16 March 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
PETTICOAT GOVERKMKKT.

PETTICOAT GOVERKMKKT.

Mr. Forster, for the War Office, informed Lord Claud Hamilton in the Commons that an order would be issued prohibiting the, manufacture of boots for women with upper, over a specified height. Sir J. Rees: “Will there not be concurrent order for the lengthening petticoatsT”
14 December 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
OUR WAR AIMS

OUR WAR AIMS

We are out to that justice is done small and free countries, that liberty and freedom are re-established, and that the peace of the world shall never again be interrupted by the autocratic action of those who, for their own objects, have caused misery and suffering.—Mr. Walter L
14 December 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GERMANY AND THE NATIONS.

GERMANY AND THE NATIONS.

There is not an Englishman who desires the annihilation of Germany as one of the great Powers of the world. do not desire it. It would foolish; we cannot accomplish it. Germany will always one of the great Powers, and if she will be subject the common law of right and wrong and
14 December 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE PEACE PRIXIMTNAET.

THE PEACE PRIXIMTNAET.

There can he no peace of a permanent character while Germany hae strength enough to impose her will upon her weaker neighbours. The permanent peace must preceded by the defeat Prussian mili- tarism.—Mk. G. N. Barnes. PAN-GERMANS EVERYWHERE Every nation has its group of Pan-Germa
14 December 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England