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BEAUTIFUL HAIR Your hair will beautiful if treated with PURE BRISTLE HAIR BRUSH. Let us show you some better quality

BEAUTIFUL HAIR Your hair will beautiful if treated with PURE BRISTLE HAIR BRUSH. Let us show you some better quality

brushes. LADIES’ or GENT.’S - 2/6 to 25/- Also Ivory, Shell and Silver Brushes.
31 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ML At work or play ... What a relief to know that personal hygiene is no longer a problem! The

ML At work or play ... What a relief to know that personal hygiene is no longer a problem! The

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31 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIFIED ARTICLES WANTED.

SPECIFIED ARTICLES WANTED.

A - Lett-01l !lathing wasted, Ladies', Gentitinta's. Children o.—Nrs. Doyle 1 Smithfield AEMT Huts or lkoosel.hand Poultry Rousts wanted without isternal fittings. about 30 to SO het kidsor larger S!.l.sips and price to Dog Pon's. UPollB.—Wasted immediately. 3.000 Keasdas. top p
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SERVANT GIRL IN FLARES.

SERVANT GIRL IN FLARES.

PROMPT ACTION BY POLICEMAN. While Police-Constable Lever was cn duty it Herrington Square, London, on Monday elening, a girl rushed to the front door of one of the houses. She was *creaming and her clothes were in flames. Ihe constable at once threw his greatcoat ■round her and
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PUSH ULSTER GOODS CAMPAIGN TO INCREASE EMPLOYMENT WHY LOOK OLD?

THE PUSH ULSTER GOODS CAMPAIGN TO INCREASE EMPLOYMENT WHY LOOK OLD?

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31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PBEE TASTING SAMPLES

PBEE TASTING SAMPLES

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31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOYS

BOYS

Over 13 years ut age and under 16 On I Ith November, 1933. First 'prize ... ... f 5 0 0 Second Prize ... ... £3 10 0 Third Prize ... ... /2 0 0 Fourth Prize ... ... £1 10 0 Fifth Prize ... ... £1 0 0 Length of Essay not more than 500 words. 7-1 I you do not like your first effor
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MIS ARREST PROMPTLY FOLLOWS.

MIS ARREST PROMPTLY FOLLOWS.

BERLIN, Montiay.—The arrest of a witness in open court today provided a dramatic beginring to the •With days session of the Reichstag fire trial. Sandier, a German, born in the Caucasus, and called as witness by Dr. Reichert, counsel for the defence of the Bulgarian prisoners, a
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAN'S BODY IN TUNNEL.

MAN'S BODY IN TUNNEL.

JACKET IN CARRIAGE AS CLUE. when an .-lectric train from Orpington (Kent) arrived at Herne Hill Southern Railway Station yesterday afternoon, a door of a first-class compartment was found open. Inside the carriage was a man's jacket. The elictric current was switched off in the
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland