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CAUGHT TRYING TO OPEN SAFE. nusoN FOR FOUR MEN. SEQUEL TO A "JC7-11IDE." How four men were found by officers

CAUGHT TRYING TO OPEN SAFE. nusoN FOR FOUR MEN. SEQUEL TO A "JC7-11IDE." How four men were found by officers

of the Flyi•g Squad trying to open a safe in • hack bedroom in Paddington was described at Arundel yesterday, when four Welshmen from Rhondda Valley, were charged with [stealing a car, • safe containing and four overeoata. They were David Charles Roberts (b), Illerhert Evans DM,
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Shades Whiter. Achieves results Impossible before Try It

Shades Whiter. Achieves results Impossible before Try It

Don't believe that your teeth are naturally dull, off-colour. or susceptible to decay simply because brushing fails to keep them sound or make them white. Remember this : Any preparation that polishes teeth and fails to kill germs—millions of germs that swarm into the mouth and
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FRENCH BUDGET CRISIS.

THE FRENCH BUDGET CRISIS.

The duration of French Governments for many years past has been short as a rule, and the Administration headed by M. Daladier has proved no exception. The division of the members of the French Legislature into a number of small parties who find it difficult to coalesce for long
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AFTER-MARRIAGE FRIENDSHIPS.

AFTER-MARRIAGE FRIENDSHIPS.

Mrs. Clare Goslett, !p eaking on "Friendships—True and False ' at Wesley's Chapel, City Road, London, in one of the luncheon hour addresses arranged by the Alliance of Honour. said there would be many more ha; y marriages if husbands kept their weasels friends, and wives kept th
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHEMELDS

SHEMELDS

LIMITED SI and 53 BERRY STREET, BELFAST. Works: 9 College Court (off Castle SU. Your STATIONER' rift Settee Impression N me item tt mostly Mamie eselessed, amie et ',whine the silirses at NW head el seen totter. S.ttll Ml Ms time owed Is a end the tri li t a l N Iwarw or Mar t.
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASCINATING GADGETS.

FASCINATING GADGETS.

There are more fascinating gadgets on board than there is space to describe. The Adventure was the first ship to have electrical steering. In the wheel house there is a deep water sounding gear, the records of which can he read from the fore bridge through a periscope. A radio-g
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIZES

PRIZES

HUNDRED OF TEN SHILLINGS ADDITION TO THOSE TO BE GIVEN IN THE
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWN MAN'S DEATH.

DOWN MAN'S DEATH.

ACCIDENT NEAR HIS HOPE. EVIDENCE AT THE INMAST. Dr. Wallace held an inquest in the Boardroom of the Newtownards District Hospital on the body of Charles Gunning, aged 71. of Church /street, Newtownards, who died in that institution on Saturday eveni•g, following injuries receive
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GILFORD.

GILFORD.

Harvest festival sen•toes were held in l Gilford Methodist Church on Sunday, 22nd inst., in connection with which the church was tastefully decorated. There were good congregations at all services, and the collections were in aid of church funds. At morning service the preacher
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEARD WORDS OF CORRARD.

HEARD WORDS OF CORRARD.

District-inspector Coulston said that on October 11, at about 10 p.m.,he was in charge of a party of police. Thy proceeded to a shed near Dungannon, about 300 yards from the public road. Witness had three constables with him. When they got to within 40 or 50 yards of the shed th
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland