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COMMERCIAL VEHICLE&

COMMERCIAL VEHICLE&

is-Commercial Vehicles TO SUIT ALL TRAMS. • owt. to $ tea& Central Garage ant CrPert SOTS*" W. H. ALEXANDER, COLITIS ST.. DIIIILIV ii.. RSLTAI!•
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CYCLES.

CYCLES.

Agood allowance for year old Cycle us part pays meat for • new one St Knights, 77 Groot Street. VOR Sale. Liles Bicycle. almost DOW: cheap.-21 : Ponsooby A Antrim Road. C'ENT.'S 241 n. i ild Roadster. almost new. also Bor's 20 1 n Ts .-177 Kandy Row. GENT.'S 221 n. Budge Raney.
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHITE * STAR TO U.S A. & CANADA

WHITE * STAR TO U.S A. & CANADA

SHIPPING. LIVERPOOL—HALIFAX, N.S. ?Adriatic, .... Jail. 13 I ?Adriatic, ....Feb. 10 tvta Quiesstewa. LIVERPOOL BOSTON NEW YORK. f Britannic. Sat. Nov. 4 }Georgie. Sat. Nov. 11 _t Via Queiouistowe:. Stit Lisa 10661401; " LOITAL Aar*
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW GERMANY.

THE NEW GERMANY.

"Our first task," be went on, "is to try to understand the new Germany. not to denounce it, and still less to denounce it on the wrong grounds. It is at any rate still not proven that the new Germany wants war. What is clear is that she demands equality of status, and to that we
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR EVENING WEAR.

FOR EVENING WEAR.

Frocks for dances and evening wear generally are varied in outline, wi ne being straight uith little flare in the skirt, others though retaining the straight line to the knees flare out with much fullness to the foot. Though this style is shown a good deal, there are many girls
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOO DEATHS nEronTEll

GOO DEATHS nEronTEll

DA llt EN ( undated 1 . —Serious outbreaks of the dread bubonic and pneumonia plague% have resulted in more than 600 deaths in North 3lnnehnituo.—Reutet. JILTED SOLDIER'S SUICIDE. BURIAL WITH MILITARY HONOURS. IBR LT .1 R. Motiday.—The funeral of Fttsili •r William Charles Perks
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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YOUR HEALTH AT THE CROSS ROADS Ask Yourself these serious questions ,Nre you travelling along, not suspecting, not heeding signs and symptoms of DANGER YOU—at the driving wheel of your own health —are you ignoring the warnings of Nature 1 Do you think it is " nothing " when you
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GUILDHALL SCHOOL SUCCESSES.

GUILDHALL SCHOOL SUCCESSES.

"I would like to make an appeal for a little more music in the home. There is an old saying, if a thing is worth doing at all it is worth doing well, and if you take up music you should treat it as a serious subject, and not as a sort of thing with which to amuse yourself in idl
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH BEACH EPISODE.

ENGLISH BEACH EPISODE.

LADY HELPS BOY RESCUER Two three-year-olds, John Gordon, of Honitan Road, Southend, and Peter Smith. were playing on the beach on 'lnnslay afternoon when John fell into the water. Peter wa in up to his wait in an effort to rescue his tiny friend. A lady who was Flaming thought b
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GIRLS'

GIRLS'

1. For Girls under 7 years old on 11th November, 1933. ..S—Coutog 3. For Girls over 10 and under 13 years old on 11th November. 1933. 4 ' I \ \ \X o \ o\ \ ' 10 ;4 )0 THE YULE LOG CHRISTMAS CHIMES
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland