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Kelly’s, 75 Quay Waterford,

Kelly’s, 75 Quay Waterford,

stead of fire clay, but no reason is given. My reason is, that fireclay retorts are more or less porous and when coal is used these rapidly skim over with a gas tight film of carbon, but owng to a higher degree of moisture in peat, this is converted into steam which prevents the
7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WHEN VISITING DUBLIN STAY AT THE

WHEN VISITING DUBLIN STAY AT THE

FOUR COURTS HOTEL
7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BARGAIN SHOP

THE BARGAIN SHOP

Is Transferring to Larger Premises the Corner of
7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNITURE— Cash or Easy Terms. Beds, Bedding, Prams, Go-Cars, Overmantels, Linoleums. Lewis (Dublin), Ltd., 29, Lower Camden St, Dublin. ’Phone,

FURNITURE— Cash or Easy Terms. Beds, Bedding, Prams, Go-Cars, Overmantels, Linoleums. Lewis (Dublin), Ltd., 29, Lower Camden St, Dublin. ’Phone,

52088. GREF HAIR restored to its original colour by using Dr. King’s Hair Restorer. Bottles is. postage 6d. extra. Made in Dublin Leonard and Co., Apothecaries and Chemists, North Earl Street. Dublin. Two minutes' walk from Nelson's Pillar. SACKS and BAGS supplied tor all purpos
7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCULSIVt MORRIS AGENTS.

EXCULSIVt MORRIS AGENTS.

The congratulations of the business community are extended to Messrs. Power, 16, Quay, Waterford, who have been appointed sole agents for Waterford city and county for the famous range Morris cars. For 1934, Messrs. Morris offer the motorist more than ever they have offered befo
7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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TRAMORE DEPARTURE.

TRAMORE DEPARTURE.

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7 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PACE FOUR U.l.p. CONCERT

PACE FOUR U.l.p. CONCERT

28 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ENJOYABLE PROGRAMME

ENJOYABLE PROGRAMME

The chief problem of Concert organisers in Waterford is to decide whether audiences should be given what they want—music they have been hearing for years—or whether the artists should try to educate their listeners up to appreciation of good music. This problem was not solved at
28 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 October 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland