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TO ENJOY WORK-FIT NERVES TAKE PROS FERINE BRAND TONIC

TO ENJOY WORK-FIT NERVES TAKE PROS FERINE BRAND TONIC

the greatest of all tonics Influenza Gastric Pains Sleeplessness Rheumatism Neuralgia Lassitude Debility Exhaustion Headache Maternity WwaVaeXl Brain Fag Indigestion Nerve Shock Sciatica Anaemia From Chemists. TABLETS or LIQUID, 1/3, 3/- and 5/- 3/- is nearly four times the 1/3
6 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CARD FOR WORCESTER

CARD FOR WORCESTER

Probable Runners and Jockeys for Final Day BETTING FORECAST AND FORM By PATI Worcester, Wednesday Night, The best-endowed event on the card tomorrow is the Kempsey Long Distance Handicap, and in this the champion jockey will have the mount on Saint Eeynard. This gelding's only p
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3-O—CITY PLATE

3-O—CITY PLATE

Sporting Life (Augur)-Cider Prince (nap); Spurtlo a place. Sporting Life (Solon)—BosaalL King Life (Man on Advertiser—Cider Prince. Daily Sketch—Boseall. Morning Post—Cider Prince. Times—Sportle. 3.30-RIVERSIDE PLATE Sporting Life (Augur)-Just Horae. .Sporting Life iSolon)—Copin
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANGLESEA STAKES—37S Yards

ANGLESEA STAKES—37S Yards

1 CONSUL (5), Mr. P. Cnlly 13 3 2 DAN'S COMPANION (2), Mr. M. Jlanlou .. 71 Also—Kyiciown Eagle 3rd. Matolla (3). (4). and Moving Memory (6). Betting—l 3-8 Consul and Matella, 7.J Kyletown Eagle and Dan Compamon, and 10 to 1 others. 41., 21. 21.62 secs.
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, ; German reiebsroarks also appreciated in 16.204 and 13.174 respectively. Sterling ~ York n-83 firmer at 4.784 against the

, ; German reiebsroarks also appreciated in 16.204 and 13.174 respectively. Sterling ~ York n-83 firmer at 4.784 against the

-pvio'ia closing level of 4.77. thus raising the value the £ to 19s 7|d on that centre, i dollars also moved in favour of the i- „■ 4,81; Of Far Easterns, Japanese yen was 31 Value of £ in Foreign Currencies The following exchanges arc those current London and the varioup, centr
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANY AND AUSTRIA LIVELY DISCUSSIONS

GERMANY AND AUSTRIA LIVELY DISCUSSIONS

Possibility of Understanding in “Very Near Future” FOUR CONDITIONS Vienna, Wednesday. The possibility an understanding between Austria and Germany in the very near future the subject of lively discussions here. The moderate tone of recent speeches dealing with Germany by Chancel
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
D. LYLE HALL & SON

D. LYLE HALL & SON

Corner of CASTLE PLACE and ROYAL AVE.
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OFFICE-BEARERS APPOINTED

OFFICE-BEARERS APPOINTED

I think 1 can say, without being charged with boasting, that everyone in our Association, from the top to the bottom, pull their weight in the good work of scouting.” This statement, made by Mr. W. H. M Clure, 'ost night, when presenting the Don. repent at the annual meeting the
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANGLO-CHIN ESE RELATIONS

ANGLO-CHIN ESE RELATIONS

Sir Miles Lampson and Britain's “Sole Object” Pekin, Wednesday. Sir Miles Lanpson, the retiring British Minister to China, who is shortly leaving to take up the position High Commissioner for Egypt and the Sudan, told Presemen to-day that Anglo-Chinese relations were never 4>ett
2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOUNT STEWART GARDENS MOW CLOSED TO TH E PU BI.IC FOR THIS SEASON.

MOUNT STEWART GARDENS MOW CLOSED TO TH E PU BI.IC FOR THIS SEASON.

2 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland