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/"TREAT CHAIIPIONSBIP SHOW at Balmoral Show Grounds, Belfast. All Breeds. Entries close 30th August. Schedules from G. WCann. SOS Falls

/"TREAT CHAIIPIONSBIP SHOW at Balmoral Show Grounds, Belfast. All Breeds. Entries close 30th August. Schedules from G. WCann. SOS Falls

Road, Belfast. AT Stud, Greet Dane. Roland of Radwieter, beautilel black and white harlequin. winner of many wises in England: Mao two hangmen nod round Pippin Sate—lS t stolen Road. LIVERY Dos. every Sunday morning, needs one Ran. U wood Doi Powder to keep him In perfect condit
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUENISEN WANTED.

PUENISEN WANTED.

2 . rxe l o s f ras tri t it k h or AS. WANTED • Peet toithis tee collet of Mt, rometrhett the tirertio. of Liebure or Saint-11.41 mall Earn, .affable br Dalry•lermint. or about ten sem of erasing bust osor; oeln i tiona
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH GOVERNOR'S TRIP TO 100-YEAR-OLD WOMAN RILES.

BRITISH GOVERNOR'S TRIP TO 100-YEAR-OLD WOMAN RILES.

LIVINGSTONE. (Northern Rhodesia), Saturday.—Carried on a special chair by four native bearers, Sir Ronald Storrs, Governor of Northern Rhodesia, is penetrating into the heart of remote Barotseland. Be is accompanied by a retinue of only three Europeans. It is the first ceremonia
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
liners . remowned for steadi- ness and modern comfort . . . wide deck spaces . perfect cuisine and service

liners . remowned for steadi- ness and modern comfort . . . wide deck spaces . perfect cuisine and service

In all classes . and delightful staterooms. BELFAST— LETITIA ... SEPT. 2 ANTONIA ... SEPT. 9 ATHENIA ... SEPT. 16 LETITIA ... SEPT. 30 ANTONIA ... OCT. 7 ler further particulars apply Cunard Lind. 1 Albert Square. Belfast. Lass pool. or Local loamy. Nn 'Joy q o home - Cunard Ens
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JEWISH ORANGES PACT.

JEWISH ORANGES PACT.

A trade agreement whereby Prlestine Rill export oranges to Germany to the extent of about £500.000 annually and import double that amount of Germai manufactured articles. has been concluded. neenriling to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The agreement stipulates that both the oran
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
yolTs6 PREACHERS' METHODS WRY SERIONS AREN'T BETTER.

yolTs6 PREACHERS' METHODS WRY SERIONS AREN'T BETTER.

yolTs6 PREACHERS' METHODS SERIONS AREN'T BETTER. Sir,—Taking an amateurish interest in public speaking and oratory it has always ) been a puzzle to me why the Church, as al viol., and under such ideal conditions, i.e., ready-made responsive audience, a message powerful and uplift
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TISITORS TO LOUGH ERNE.

TISITORS TO LOUGH ERNE.

DERRY AND TYRONE NATURALISTS. Members of Londonderry, Omagh. and Cookstown Naturalists' Field had a trip to Lough Erne and its famous isles on Saturday. The Derry club picked up members on the way at titre'sane. Sion Mills. and Newtowastewart, the party being in charge of Mr. E.
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HIGHEST YET

THE HIGHEST YET

July. 1933. Miss E. D. Smith was awarded a certificate by the National Union of Teachers for 240 words per minute the highest speed that has ever been passed in Shorthand at an examination set by public Examining Body »tion for recognition as a shortand confidence, for success—
28 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEARN PITMA EMPLOYERS PREFER PITMAN WRITERS.

LEARN PITMA EMPLOYERS PREFER PITMAN WRITERS.

In ’ecent advertisements in the Daily Press, there have appeared over 160 announcements expressly statins’ preference for writers of the Pitman System. For a start in life, for promol hand writer, for security INSIST ON PITMANS
28 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland