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ADVANCE

ADVANCE

WHAT PROHIBITION HAS COST. A total of 591,171 persona were convicted and fines of 115,11711,11:41 were imposed shwa America went "Dry Sines DM—records before that time were not accurately kept-152,510 persons received jail sentences, £2,11111,0011 went in att ' fees, court costs
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAN'T WORK P

CAN'T WORK P

Do you go to your work under a heavy load of Depressionyour whole body and spirits weighed down with Weariness and Pain ? You can't carry on like that! Man or woman, you can't work properly if you are ill. You need .'Yeast-Vite " with its QUICK-TONIC Action to put you right. Tak
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THESE FOR A WEDDING.

THESE FOR A WEDDING.

"They have been regaining favour ever since Lady Ann. Wellesley. now Lady Anne Ithys, chose an all-violet setting fur her wedding, which took place last March. "St. George's, Hanover Square, where the wedding took place," the exhibitor said, "was decorated with thousands of thes
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEIGTHS AND PRICES.

WEIGTHS AND PRICES.

Some of the weights and prices received Were :-- Bullocks-Two of 18ewt. 2qr. made £32 9d) ; one of llewt. 2qr. 141 b. made 220 34s 4d); one of 9ewt. 3qr. 141 b. made £l7 34, ; two of 17ewt. 3qr. 141 b. made 230 133 s 9d); two of liewt. tar. 141 h. made £l9 (33s 9d); two of 19cwt
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RORER REGIONAL ONO RETIES),

RORER REGIONAL ONO RETIES),

S.ls.—The children's hour. 6-o—Wes;hee forecast. etc. 6-30—London Regional. 7.15--. The Northern Studio Orchestra. 84—Landoll Regional. 11-15—" Composers of the North." An organ recital by Dr. H. Lowery. relayed from the College of Technology. Manchester. A net songs from the St
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BCOTTI9II REGIONAL (376.4 1).

BCOTTI9II REGIONAL (376.4 1).

4—The John MacArthur Quintet. directed by John MacArthur. s.ls—The children'. hour. 5-50—Birthdays. 14—Weather fore- cast. etc. 16.30—A sonata recital by Remo Spence (violin), Ailie Cullen ipianoforte). -o—The Scottish Studio Orchestra. directed by Guy Gaines; Pipe-Major Rosa. 8
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON REGIONAL (3U IMMO.

LONDON REGIONAL (3U IMMO.

5-IS—The children's hour. 64—Weather K forecast, etc. (SS—lnterlude. 6 -38--The Serge rish Septet. ''ls—Erin Go Brash A programme of Irish songs and dances, Played he Fred Hartley and his Novelty uintet. with Cavan O'Connor. 84—Derek Oldhamd and Adele Dixon is "A Walt: Dream." M
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I it I l I \k , k I \II OIZINCi (.11 OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT WITH NO REFERENCES, NO

I it I l I \k , k I \II OIZINCi (.11 OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT WITH NO REFERENCES, NO

DEPOSIT REQUIRED Even from these who are net householders Smartweer Over. . Aseat will appeal to the man who prides himself en his appearance. Smart. wear cloth's bear the unmistakable stamp of theSi anal tailoring, and are made of reliable a guaran• teed mate nd rials only. VI
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITAIN'S MORAL AUTHORITY.

BRITAIN'S MORAL AUTHORITY.

"We stand," he continued, "and we believe the vast mass of our fellow-country- ' men stand, for international co-operation with a view to firmly establishing peace. At a time like this, when the international system set up since the war is in jeopardy, we declare ourrlves withou
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
S Autumn Millinery Sale Commencing To-morrow, THURSDAY, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Once again we draw your attention to this great

S Autumn Millinery Sale Commencing To-morrow, THURSDAY, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Once again we draw your attention to this great

event. The values offered will surpass e anything previously attempted, therefore an early visit to our showrooms is advised. THREE SPECIAL LOTS AT 1 / 11 2 / 11 3/11 J. ROBB & CO., LTD., CASTLE PLACE - - BELFAST.
8 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland