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The GT. VICTORIA MFC. Co. ' 7 4 ' , .f " ;•,. 1 , • FROCKS Pique, C '

The GT. VICTORIA MFC. Co. ' 7 4 ' , .f " ;•,. 1 , • FROCKS Pique, C '

4. Pe 12/ lil iqu ja e P Srh , Cr p e Sue d e, Linen, Tobraleo, Sp 11l Crepes, er. Great Variety . of 5ty.,... lllus'rated 'no in superior Crepe sued.. oured flitch," Collor. Roe Belt. Ceep P;rat .1 allow plents. freedom. OUR PR'( ,
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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MAN ZAN

PILE REMEDY Witts LitUe Laza liver Ms will awl this tremble 4/Nick's,
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sunlight's "EXTRA SOAPINESS"

Sunlight's "EXTRA SOAPINESS"

Clair covers do get a lot of hard wear. And curtains will collect the dust, especially where they face open windows. Like everything else that comes to the wash they have their very grubby parts that simply won't come clean unless you use the Sunlight Soap method of washing. But
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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11,S IN rth of Ireland) 3114 11 IVY plodding along at a 40 runs an hour pace in like condition: complaininz that the outfield was rubbiwz them of the ratite of their hits On occasions Wilson hit the hall in the air and his drirrint: was confined to the on slat , hilt there was
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE AT DOG TRACK.

POLICE AT DOG TRACK.

TES - Tl - .IR - ICIIIIS BOOKMAKERS. Manchester bookmakers are in a Mate of uncertainty following a visit by Flying Squad officers to the greyhound racing track at Belle Vuc nn Tuesday night while the last race was in progress. A large Andy of police made a sudden appearance and
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHEEP ASH LAMB TRIBE.

SHEEP ASH LAMB TRIBE.

SHEEP LAMB TRIBE. The previnun week's price,' prevailed for all classes at the firm's weekly sale of fat sheep. lambs and brood en-en. There was a marked increase in supplies. especially in this season's lamb.. The hest of the lastnamed were taken he home butchers at figiires ran
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROOF I NO Equally efficient on flat, pitched, se curved roofs. Most economical and reliable. In nee over 40 years.

ROOF I NO Equally efficient on flat, pitched, se curved roofs. Most economical and reliable. In nee over 40 years.

Foe farm, factory, or home. Write foe Free Samples and fall particulars to: THE RUBEROID CO., LTD., Et WARING STREET. BELFAST.
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IT IS CHEAPER IN THE LONG RUN TO BUY THE BEST. See that Trade Marks are on the label and

IT IS CHEAPER IN THE LONG RUN TO BUY THE BEST. See that Trade Marks are on the label and

capsule is intact. IT IS GOOD TASTE TO CALL FOR “OLD BUSHMILLS.” MOTOR CARS, CYCLES, &c. ANDREWS FOR CARS. IjHGHTY New and Second-hand Car* ia J stock. Below a few of our selection : HILLMAN Minx 10 h.p. 1933 Model Coach. built Saloon, mileage 5,000 —£150. TfiJCORRIS 1933 10 h.p
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
an innings victory for SUSSEX.

an innings victory for SUSSEX.

English Cricket Results. YORKSHIRE V. M.C.C. At Lord'*. Scorei VORKSHIRE-Fir*t Smith one for X>\ Pwbl«, eight for 71, Kot>«r*, one for 15. uc C. First Inning*—l27 (J. South, 52). RhrxW, ftvo for' 34; MocauUy, two lor 55; Douglas, two for 21 : Dennm, ono for 0. . , YORKSHIRE —Sec
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE V. GLAMORGAN.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE V. GLAMORGAN.

At Nottingham. Score*:— % NOTTINGHAM—Fn«t Ummgs-ll? (Staple* (\.\ 39; Gunn (O. V.), 39). Slercer, three for 34; Clay, five lor Davies (E.), one for 24. GLAMORGANSHIRE—First Inning*—l2s (DuckfieJd. 24) Larwood, one for Staples (A.;, three lor Staples (S.). five for 50. NOTTS—Seco
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland