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Housekeeper, enced, good cook; 0729, "Nswa-Letter/*

Housekeeper, enced, good cook; 0729, "Nswa-Letter/*

22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALB, two lovely smooth 0700. •‘Newa-Letter.*’ ■ Fm*. BEST DRESSED DOGS in any ehowara «hoee i- whose coats are washed

ALB, two lovely smooth 0700. •‘Newa-Letter.*’ ■ Fm*. BEST DRESSED DOGS in any ehowara «hoee i- whose coats are washed

regularly with Ew- Mange. It is grand for poppies and cures mange and kills vermin, yet it is non-poisonous and nongr««y- On sale everywhere. 1/6 and a/6.-Cooper, iTDougaH A Robertson. Ltd., Berkbamsted. Herta,
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELECTROLYSIS. MRS. SEYMOUR RECEIVES LADIES DAILY 105, GREAT VICTORIA. STREET for guaranteed permanent removal of superfluous hair, moles, Ac. Appearance

ELECTROLYSIS. MRS. SEYMOUR RECEIVES LADIES DAILY 105, GREAT VICTORIA. STREET for guaranteed permanent removal of superfluous hair, moles, Ac. Appearance

skin on day of treatment quite normal. No warring. Practically painless. Absolute privacy. Success certain. ’Phono 2672. WO DAWGKEOUS CAN CEB PRODUCING RAIS USED
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REMOVALS & WAREHOUSING taking ALL SISKS BY LAND OR ISA. Estimate* appUeatloo. w. w. KENNEDY & CO.. M/as. Academy Straw.

REMOVALS & WAREHOUSING taking ALL SISKS BY LAND OR ISA. Estimate* appUeatloo. w. w. KENNEDY & CO.. M/as. Academy Straw.

las. Mtwt, BELFAST & DUBLIN 408 and 404. Phonet Dahlia 81087.
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAGIERAFELT RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CIVIL ENGINEERS. Applications abe invited from CIVIL BN6INEEES competent to act in the capacity CONSULTANT

MAGIERAFELT RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CIVIL ENGINEERS. Applications abe invited from CIVIL BN6INEEES competent to act in the capacity CONSULTANT

to the MAGHERAFELT RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL in connection vith Schemee of Sewerage and Water for the Towns of Magherafelt, Maghera, Moneymore, and Drapers town, and Villages of Caetledawson, Tobermore, and Swateragh. Details of the Schemes, which are estimated cost £36,000, may be
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Prices This

Prices This

Harsourt Coal 49/-; Diamond Coal 45/- ; English Kitchen Coal 42/- ; Scotch Arley Coal SGI- Scotch Kitchen Coal 32/-; Harcourt Nuts 48/-; Diamond Nuts 43/-; Harcourt Slack 36/. Steam Slack for backing fires 28/- F. F. Harcourt Co., Ltd., 41, High St. Telephone 6789. Delivery to t
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUIINITURB

FUIINITURB

rtimTAINS.-Tlio latest designs Nets. Cretonnes. V» and Casements for all windows.—Bennett, 41, Bradbury Pla;e. CASH ADVANCED £lO £lO.OOO. . . ■ EPAYMENTS pet Mrtnwm»nl from ONB to no. DoMKat.—Bor woul.' tor tom ,( rear* Farm of acraa. pood land, togalhor Iranaactlooa completod f
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CATTLE

CATTLE

BIRKCNHEAD.— cattle, 1.796 Jambs. Canadian cattle. Irish cattle tolet. dimce small weight others* slrong secondary , i - Canadian cattle >ir demand; toja. (Strong 6d. Irish lambs slow; first Quality small •eights 9d, strong B^4 COTTON CO^ON.yjT^. Today——— Previous Ist report. 2n
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HEMS-fcETXEK. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, i»

BELFAST HEMS-fcETXEK. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, i»

22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“A BRAZEN HUSSY” Eastbourne Woman and Girl in Pyjamas elderly woman, Mr*. Louisa Huggett, who called girl bather brazen hussy

“A BRAZEN HUSSY” Eastbourne Woman and Girl in Pyjamas elderly woman, Mr*. Louisa Huggett, who called girl bather brazen hussy

because she was wearing beach pyjamas, was fined 10s by the Eastbourne magistrates yesterday for disorderly conduct. The girl, Joan Ashford, said she was walking along the front beach pyjamas when she heard the defendant shout to her, using offensive language, and saying, “Why d
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland