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THE HOUSE OF BAIRD Makers of Good Print Work we OOP: Build up your business by the use of 'ma

THE HOUSE OF BAIRD Makers of Good Print Work we OOP: Build up your business by the use of 'ma

*yr good print. Tell what you sell—tell Sabo d a pl. . it effectively—not necessarily expenproltaces sively by folder, catalogue or witch wakes As the leading printers we have a 11•11 11 * wide experience in the production of forceful printed matter. We .4110101 know how to prod
July 9, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Baird's Pocket ABC For July many important changes have been made in train and bus services, and these are all

Baird's Pocket ABC For July many important changes have been made in train and bus services, and these are all

shown in the new issue of this popular Guide. NOW ON 2d SALE
July 9, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIS RELATIVES ARRESTED.

HIS RELATIVES ARRESTED.

For desertion from the Soviet cruiser Murat in the Polish port of Gdynia, a 23-year-old seaman named Voronkoff bas been sentenced by the Supreme Military Court to outlawry and death if caught (states the "Daily Telegraph" Moscow correspondent). Under a decree of June 8, providin
November 6, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PERFECT COLOUR SCRERE.

PERFECT COLOUR SCRERE.

Colour plays a big part in serial catering, he maintains. Food must be pleasing to the eye. It must also be simple and cleanlooking An ideal meal for the queasy is a fresh lettuce and tomato salad. 'The combination of red and green forms a perfect colour scheme. But not mayonnai
November 6, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GUNPOWDER PLOT DISCOVERY. ANNIVERSARY SERVICE BALLYNACARRETT RECTOR. SPECIAL PREACHES AT BILLESILLAN Large contingents of the Orange and, Black Orders attended

GUNPOWDER PLOT DISCOVERY. ANNIVERSARY SERVICE BALLYNACARRETT RECTOR. SPECIAL PREACHES AT BILLESILLAN Large contingents of the Orange and, Black Orders attended

the Gunpowder Plot anniversary service of Red Cross R.B.P. 210 1 at St. Mark's Ballysillan, Belfast, on Sunday afternoon. They made an imposing procession. Br. the Rev. R. C. H. G. Elliott. M. A.. rector of St. Patrick's. Ballyinacarret. was the preacher, and was assisted be Sir
November 5, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATUS.

DEATUS.

ALLRLY—November 6. IMO. David. fourth eon of the late Richard and Ellen alley, 10 Rockview Street. Interment notice later Deeply regretted. BYNON—November 3. 1934, at V Cromwell 6:treet. Ilfast. Sarah L widow of M. D. Byron- Funeral private- Deenty regretted by her Father. Mothe
November 5, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THOUSANDS OF POUNDS DAMAGE.

THOUSANDS OF POUNDS DAMAGE.

A disastrous fire broke out in Clones late on Monday evening as a result of which the extensive bakery premises of Mr. Edward Brady, at the back of Fermanagh Street, were destroyed. The outbreak originated apparently in the portion of the premises where the ovens are situate, an
November 6, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN EVENING WRAP.

AN EVENING WRAP.

Some of the latest evening wraps rival the frocks in thoir slim graceful lines. These are, of course, only suitable for wear over similar frocks; more ample cloaks are required for bouffant and frilled gowns. Velvet is a favourite evening cloak material this year.
November 5, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES' OUTFITTING ASSISTANT REQUIRED. Must be ex perienced Saleswoman and capable of dressing window. Applications (in writing), stating age, experience„

LADIES' OUTFITTING ASSISTANT REQUIRED. Must be ex perienced Saleswoman and capable of dressing window. Applications (in writing), stating age, experience„

and salary required. to E. J. DOWDAIJ, & SHAW, Incorporated Accountants. S Donegall Square South, Belfast.
November 6, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLEVER BELFAST Fl,lllElOlll'.

CLEVER BELFAST Fl,lllElOlll'.

Al Sharpe. one of Belfast's feat-rising fir-weights. outpointed Jackie Finnegan (Slasgow) in a well-contested bout orer six threes. -; lieeschringe e were fast in the opening I round, the visitor, usin,, both hands, connected to the body, while the local, who seemed content to l
November 5, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland