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FRENCH PRESIDENT TO KING.

FRENCH PRESIDENT TO KING.

The following telegram has been adi dressed to his Majesty by the French President: v I pray your Majesty to receive my warm congratulations on the magnificent victories •which the British Armies have obtained over the enemy in France and in the East. —Raymond Poincare In his re
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE TIE THAT BINDS. *

THE TIE THAT BINDS. *

Com me tee' I sometimes think, is worth every other force in binding great productive peoples together. Nothing is elaborately organised or delicate, nothing so farreaching.—American Ambassador.
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CRAWLED THROUGH WINDOW.

CRAWLED THROUGH WINDOW.

At London Sessions William Hayes, young soldier, was ordered six months for breaking into a house in Clapham-road. it was slated that in escaping from mtlitary custody the prisoner got through a window which measured only 12in. by Bia. The Prince of Wales has subscribed King Geo
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
PRISON FOR BOMB MANUFACTURER

PRISON FOR BOMB MANUFACTURER

At Bow-street Police-court, Arthur Edward Brown, munitions manufacturer, was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment in the second division for supplying defective bombs. Further allegations were made in evidence of bombs haying been “plugged” and varnished in an endeavour to rect
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

few Stacks of HAY wanted.—A. Cbapljn & Co., WANTED, Good Apples, Pears, English Cheatnnte, Onions, ana other kinds of English Frnit.—Kerry, Fruiterer, Dies.
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 

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BOOTS’S WAR SAVINGS SCHEME.

BOOTS’S WAR SAVINGS SCHEME.

Mc.ssfßj Boote, the well-known chemists, hare started a War Savings scheme. The scheme waa inaugurated at a great demonstration, presided over the Mayor of Nottingham, which was attended by practically the whole of the 5,000 employees at the Nottingham establishments of the firm
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
ERRORS IN OFFICIAL REPORTS.

ERRORS IN OFFICIAL REPORTS.

To the list of misprints in official doeuments must lie added the delicious sentence which appeared in the final report of the Vivisection Commission issued a few years ago; “We now see a marmot, the spinal cord of which had previously been divided by a vivisector.” Tnis should
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
VERY EFFEOTIVE & PLEASANT TO TAKE

VERY EFFEOTIVE & PLEASANT TO TAKE

Bottles 1/- each. For Speedy Relief of Neuralgic Pains. Gostliug’s Neuralgic Pills. Boxes 1/- each.
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
HARTIBMERE UNION,

HARTIBMERE UNION,

A meeting of the Hertiamere Council waa held at Eye on Monday, the Rev. F. R. Smith preaiding. Prior to the commencement of the ordinary bnaineee of the Chairman aaid that their respected sanitary inspector (Mr. Moss), who had been their faithful servant for forty years that wee
30 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
PRINCE CHRISTIAN DEAD.

PRINCE CHRISTIAN DEAD.

Prince Christian has died at his town residence, Schomberg Bouse, Pall Mall, London, W. The Prince was within a few months of his 87th birthday. The Prince ' .married Princess Helena, Queen Victoria’s third daughter, and the olden anniversary of the marriage was celerated last y
02 November 1917 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England