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"VOR Sale. Finagliy. Detached Villa, reception. 3 bedrooms. bathroom, lavatory, cloakroom; garden; garage. In beautiful order, and can be highly

"VOR Sale. Finagliy. Detached Villa, reception. 3 bedrooms. bathroom, lavatory, cloakroom; garden; garage. In beautiful order, and can be highly

recommended.— W. A. Waiters. 124 Donegal! Street.
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
" ROSEBANK." KILLAUGHEY DONAGHADEE (3 miles Donagbada• and 4 Newtoi Bangor).

" ROSEBANK." KILLAUGHEY DONAGHADEE (3 miles Donagbada• and 4 Newtoi Bangor).

24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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I pATTERN ATTRACTIVE FROCKS INSIDE EVERY COPY .r' idireemire.aprreotwbuo ai ms rs, g A rsce ga ful y ifir:icalssfataco frock for your gay occasions—made up in dainty floral fabric, with an enchanting velvet bow to emphasise the waistline ; for we must all have waists this season
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STUDIES AT VARIOUS CENTRES.

STUDIES AT VARIOUS CENTRES.

There was a large and representative' attendance of clergymen and associates at the service held recently in the Church of Ireland Women's Settlement, Belfast, in connection with the blessing of the additional house recently acquired by the " Settlement Committee." The service w
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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YOU ? Ew one Admires SoftSilkY flair One minute a day A new method of brushing now makes it possible for every woman to enjoy the attractfca of soft, lustrous, abundant hair. Sprinkle a little Danderine ' on your brush each time you arrange your hair. This fragrant liquid brings
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M.C.C. ON FRONTIER THEIR NEXT OPPONENTS

M.C.C. ON FRONTIER THEIR NEXT OPPONENTS

INCLUDE WELL-KNOWN PLATERS. PESHAWAR, Tuesday —The M.C.C. during their stay here will be the guests of the Cheshire Regiment. The North-West Frontier Province eleven to meet the M.C.C. in the match which begins on Saturday, has been selected as f° llo ws: — Major E. L. Armitage
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIONS OF FCTURF HFSBANDS.

VISIONS OF FCTURF HFSBANDS.

(Contributed.) Next to Christmas, Hallowe'en is probably the most joyous festival of the year. The name Hallowe'en simply means a hallowed or a holy evening. In early days of Ulster the festival was a very simplo one and consisted of a religious service. But round the turf fires
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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*HENNESSY * BRANDY * THREE STAR queur Insist on haling it
24 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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