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■ ALL 6/9 TO CLEAR

■ ALL 6/9 TO CLEAR

ALL 6/9 TO CLEAR See Window NORMANS, CASTLE LANE. THE CHILDREN’S BOOKSHOP FOR REWARD BOOKS SCHOOL PRIZES. FINE SELECTION. 58, FOUNTAIN STREET, BELFAST (At Rear Lincnhall library).
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHOUGHS and SORE THROATS Gargle with warm salt water three timef day. At night the throat and chest briskly with

CHOUGHS and SORE THROATS Gargle with warm salt water three timef day. At night the throat and chest briskly with

Vick brand Vapour-Rub and cover with warm flannel If the throat is very sore or there is much coughing, melt little “Vick” in boiling water and inhale the steam and vapours together. This external treatment is especially good for childrr '' colds, for thr is nothing to upset lit
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Special Purchase of Genuine Hand-made Filet Lace Goods Exceptional Value that cannot be repeated. 13-Piece Luncheon Set. For 9/111 Cloths,

Special Purchase of Genuine Hand-made Filet Lace Goods Exceptional Value that cannot be repeated. 13-Piece Luncheon Set. For 9/111 Cloths,

36 x 36 in. Each 9/11 „ 45x45 in. „ 14/6 „ 54 x 54 in. 2H- Tray Cloths, 14x20 in. „ 2/6 3-Piece Dressing Table Set set 3/3 Inspection Cordially Invited. The Ulster Arcade {Brands), Ltd,
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONTRACTS

CONTRACTS

NOVEMBER 9, 1938. I MlaM-MW <3 HUM). Lontfwv—H«tbom 3311. { RSffiuwmi. To-Days News: Untmpleyment *V Nm Boh»nw for ■rlloln - ™ Ulolor MerKote The End of Prohibition King of ....•••*■ Ulotor Woollen Dotoo synod Hoorn Blootlon Botulto - « Beirut Chamber of Trade •••••• « motor of
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A WRITER ON WRITERS

A WRITER ON WRITERS

Mr. Compton MaoKenzie’s “Literaturo in Time Mr. Compton MacKenzie has written for Messrs. Rich and Cowan the essay “ Literature in. My Time,” in their “ My Times Series” (60 net each volume). has, as admits himself, “taken advantage of the title to indulge the egoism of the impr
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PESSIMISTS REBUKED

PESSIMISTS REBUKED

Mr. Runolman "Tired of Those Who Depreciate England" Mr. Walter Runciman, President of the Board of Trade, speaking last night at a dinner t!.<) Wholesale Textile Association in London, said timo was past for them to bemoan their ur ■ fortunes. . , , , Ho must confess to being r
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREE STATE FARMERS

FREE STATE FARMERS

Effect of the “Economic War” county meeting Donegal Farmers* and Ratepayers’ League in Convoy, a resolution was adopted asking that the Free State Department of Agriculture abolished, as it was of no use the farmers, because there was no market for any the produce they grew. Ano
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RLINGTON. Cavchill Road, Let; commodiona Semi-detached Villa; beautiful position.—W. G. Armstrong. 79. Royal Avenue. \V354 BANGOR.— Sound investment Two new

RLINGTON. Cavchill Road, Let; commodiona Semi-detached Villa; beautiful position.—W. G. Armstrong. 79. Royal Avenue. \V354 BANGOR.— Sound investment Two new

S.D. Villas. . centrally situated. 2-5, bath. £96 profit rent.— Finlay, Agent, Bangor. ”342
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DANCINQ

DANCINQ

DANCING Cla«ie«, Private Lesson*.—The Misae* Dcvlm, 79, Itoyal Avenue; Phone 6489- W 2 ORPHEUS n.mm DANCE A soMt Mo'oD- BE * MONEY HOTEL, NEWCASTLE FANCY DRESS & CARNIVAL DANCES CABARET Arranged by MISS VERA McCANN. ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS. BRIDGE, TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENTS, ETC. GOL
14 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IFINDEB Duchy Stakes—PßlNCE DE BULGARIE.

IFINDEB Duchy Stakes—PßlNCE DE BULGARIE.

IFINDEB Duchy Stakes—PßlNCE BULGARIE. Double—BECKA C. and EGRET (Windsor), ALL OVER (A. Robson) JOHN GILPIN 100-6 Last year’s winner—Physician, list 51bs (Moloney), 5 to l (fav.). Beeby. O-AR—LIVERPOOL AUTUMN CUP. Handicap Plato of 1,603 sovs. (50 sovs. being plate, or the whole
10 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland