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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

LILLY.—At (»ary, Indiana, I.S. A., Annie lliirn>ide. Indovetl wife RoUwt Lilly, lap* Rrm-e Terrsiec.--- Cable. —lnserted by Mr and Mr** Janies Lilly Annfield Terrace. REID.—At Wood»ide. North Road, 19th April, 102 ft, Alexander Reid, beloved husband of Catherine Aitken. 73. Publ
20 April 1928 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BELLSHILL SPEAKER, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1928.

BELLSHILL SPEAKER, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1928.

:::: :::: **"* _ •••• District Notes and News. •• ♦ . i PARISH COUNCIL ROW. did not want repetition Lust month's scenes. Councillor Donnelly—Who provoked y Lively Proceedings at Dalzie! Meeting. Tray nor—l have also provoked. hut did not use bad language. . The meeting of Dalzie
20 April 1928 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
M'VITIE & PRICES DIGESTIVE. THE PREMIER BISCUIT OF BRITAIN. WEEKLY NOTES. [lty Our London Correspondent.} Hio)i Holtuirn, London, Thursday Night

M'VITIE & PRICES DIGESTIVE. THE PREMIER BISCUIT OF BRITAIN. WEEKLY NOTES. [lty Our London Correspondent.} Hio)i Holtuirn, London, Thursday Night

Middlemen's Profits. From the housewife’s point of view the Food Council’s inquiries into prices have yielded practical results, ami it not surprising that the market garden produce inquiry has Ihvu abandon«“d. Fresh vegetables, like fish, an* an important article of diet, but l
20 April 1928 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OTHER NEW DUTIES

OTHER NEW DUTIES

A duty of 6d. each on imported mechanical lighters. A duty on imported buttons at the rate of 33 1-3 per cent, ad valorem, with a preferential rebate of one-third for Empire goods. Excise duty on British wine raised from 1/- 1/6 per gallon. CHEAPER SUGAR. Reduction in the duties
27 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
CLUB GOSSIP. CLUBMAN Cannot someone restrain the Prince of Wales from indulging in sports which are attended by risks to

CLUB GOSSIP. CLUBMAN Cannot someone restrain the Prince of Wales from indulging in sports which are attended by risks to

limb and life? If the newspapers were correct in what they reported his Uoyal Highness was thrown from norses he riding point-to-point and other races six or seven times in one week. All are aware that the Prince is thorough sportsman, that he is brave, and that he is contemptuo
27 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
GRASS.

GRASS.

There is an old story of French aristocrat who, when told that the peasants were starving, asked why they did not eat grass.’ These unfortunate words cost him his life. Similarly a few years ago if one had ventured to suggest to farmers who were grumbling at the price of concent
27 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
JUNIJR IMPERIAL LEAGUE. >ioa A District Branch Grand CARNIVAL DANCE wilt held Monday, April 30th, 1928. the Club Room, H*->wood

JUNIJR IMPERIAL LEAGUE. >ioa A District Branch Grand CARNIVAL DANCE wilt held Monday, April 30th, 1928. the Club Room, H*->wood

Road, Dina 8 p.m. 1 a.in. MSS J.I.L. OHCHKSTRA. Ticketa, Members 1/-, Non-members 2/- iucinde Supper). Prize for Lncky Number Ticket purch-iB d fore the day
27 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH. THE INTELLIGENT TOMTIT all know that horse# and doge eat# are very intelligent, but

FOR THE CHILDREN. By AUNT EDITH. THE INTELLIGENT TOMTIT all know that horse# and doge eat# are very intelligent, but

not often think that binb are too. Thr 1 tomtit i# a very clever bird well a* being pretty one. The following little filory will show you how intelligent can be. A woman living in London opened the back door one morning and was surprise! to find that the bottle of milk left tli*
20 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
COSTLIEST DWELLING IN THE WORLD

COSTLIEST DWELLING IN THE WORLD

twelve-storey apartment house on Fifth Avenue, New York, known as “The House of the Gold Door Knobs,” has been purchased by Mr. Benjamin Winter, a millionaire, from Commodore Arthur Curtiss James, who paid .£600,000 for the building in 1913, the year alter it was completed. Ever
20 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England
 
THE DERIVATION OF GOSSIP

THE DERIVATION OF GOSSIP

The word “gossip goes back to the time of heathen mythology. It is derived from “Sif,” the old name of Thor’s wife, in old northern legendary lore, which in Scottish became “Sib.” From this we have “God- Sib,” word which originally denoted the spiritual relationship between the
20 April 1928 - Diss Express - Diss, Norfolk, England