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you feel tired before mid-day after the rush of morning duties you will find a light meal at 11 o'clo mo* beneficial Jacob’s Goldgrain Biscuits served with cocoa or a glass of milk make ideal light mid-day lunch. They are ff easily and mo* nourishing. X r
24 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALES BY AUCTION

SALES BY AUCTION

TWO DAYS’ SALE «Y AULT’IUN H.O L 1) EU NIT U*R E IEN PIANOS. ORGANS, WIRELESS SETS, GRAMOPHONES, CARPETS, RUGS, OFFICE FURNITURE, STOCK ELECTRIC FITTINGS. WIRELESS SETS, AND MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS. THE MART. 38, CHICHESTER STREET, RELFAST. WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY, 25tb and 26th O
24 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL CIN E MA (ARTHUR SQUARE). Continuous Daily from 1-30 p.m. LESLIE FULLER, “HAWLEYS OF HIGH STREET." BUCK JONES, in

ROYAL CIN E MA (ARTHUR SQUARE). Continuous Daily from 1-30 p.m. LESLIE FULLER, “HAWLEYS OF HIGH STREET." BUCK JONES, in

‘‘SUNDOWN RIDER."
24 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXHIBITION AND VIEW TO-DAY. SALE TO-MORROW. EXQUISITE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ORGAN, CARPETS, &c (Removed from KENNEDY’S STORE and OTHER RESIDENCES, to

EXHIBITION AND VIEW TO-DAY. SALE TO-MORROW. EXQUISITE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ORGAN, CARPETS, &c (Removed from KENNEDY’S STORE and OTHER RESIDENCES, to

be SOLD ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE.) Ex KENNEDY’S STORE.—The Property of Mr. TRIP!*, who has gone reside in London. The undemoted Furnishings are almost New, and cost over £3OO : Magnificent chesterfield suite, h.c. velour, with loose cushions; 2 Mahogany Fireside .Chairs, Mahog
24 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A OHiHHRi wHirnra marvel.

A OHiHHRi wHirnra marvel.

Shsnghsi, Monday. Thera is a Chinese in Shanghai who uses visiting cards written with the iiD his finer Mr. Hu, the expect in question, claims that oeu inscribe the intricate Chimes characters different ways. He can write blindfolded, with either hand, or with brush iaaarted int
24 October 1933 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
6UBBNEBS DONE.

6UBBNEBS DONE.

(Xomio&l of shares £1 rmless otiierwiso staled.) SOUTH AFRICAN. Con. Mam Reef, 41/5 3,9 Dagrafontcin Mines. 87/6 8 9 /8 8/14 East Rand Prop. (10/-), ;14 5/CJ 4 Geduld, 4 Prop.. 67,6 Klemfontein. 27/104 /6 7i /6 Knijrht’s. 24,44 4/- /9 Estate. 26 104 Luipaard’s Vlei (2/-). 11/6 /
24 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW YORK PRODUCE.

NEW YORK PRODUCE.

(Reeuter’s Ttlegrams.) NEW YORK, Monday. WHEAT firm 3|r. 4Jo. doaror. Sal«« lor «xport, 50 bootloads To-day. Prev. day. No. Northern Spring spot.... No. hard >»niter L'fiJ* 9ii No. red winter spot .-5 ,C*4 To- last This This Last day year week, season, season. Kept*. W. points 2
24 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
00W JONES AVERAGES

00W JONES AVERAGES

NEW YORK, Monday. The following *re the tkiw Jones averages for representative railroad issues. industrial shares, and 20 utilities:— 20 Railroads. Industriala. 20 Utilities. Oct. 6 ... 42.11 ... 98.09 ... 26.18 Oct. ... 41.59 ... 97.54 ... 26.65 Oct. 7 ... 41.84 ... 98.20 ... 2
24 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
*ROO jCE

*ROO jCE

jCE LARD at the opening was firm. Values maintained a good level under the influence of the steadiness of grains. The tendency at the close was steady, futures being to l?i poin’u up. Spot advanced 10 points; prime Western steam spot, 5.30 c. LAUD— Closing options Oct To-dav 6. i
24 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland