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MONDAY, DECEMBER ADVERTISING RATES.

MONDAY, DECEMBER ADVERTISING RATES.

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December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WRITE CITY CARD.

WRITE CITY CARD.

The following is the programme which comes up for decision at White City (London) on Thursday evening Tint raps (325 vards)—lisp Taken, Congle. ton Harry. Railtha, Scotch Fortune. Path. Daamater's Mascot. Second race 1525 yards, hurdles)—Bouncing Ben. Glad's Hobby. Grand Regatta
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALL THIS WEEK,

ALL THIS WEEK,

ALL THIS WEEK , rIMPERIAL P UCERTAIN LA I N P D THEY story *amen quid bat make her mind abaft MOM It hllerlaus comedy all the way. YOU enjoy It. featuring EDWARD EVERETT HORTON, GENEVIEVE TOBIN, PAUL CAVANAGH, And Brilliant All Star Cast. auperrted by Full Verlrty Pleture Program
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BILL BOYD. MAO CLARKE. PAT O'BRIEN In

BILL BOYD. MAO CLARKE. PAT O'BRIEN In

" FLAMING GOLD " " JACK AND THE BEANSTALK "
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DR. LID IRS. ALEXANDER.

DR. LID IRS. ALEXANDER.

These hymns, however. are no longer in general u•e. A Christmas hymn by a more recent Ulster writer. Mrs. Alexander. is falling into disuse too, but in the nineties few Christmas hymns were more familiar to English speaking children everywhere-- Once in royal David's City. Stood
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HYMN THAT WILL NETER DIE.

HYMN THAT WILL NETER DIE.

The final Ulster poet of Christmas with whom we are concerned caught the happy spirit more surely—Dr. M'llwaine, of St. George's: " 0 King most meek, most lowly, 0 Child, how wondrous fair, 0 humble roof, yet holy, For angels worship there." These hymns have all 'become echoes o
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
13,000 TOY FACTORY FIRE

13,000 TOY FACTORY FIRE

A "seasonal" fire broke out in Kilburn during Saturday night. The outbreak occurred in the toy factory of Messrs. Napiers Brothers, of High Road Kilburn. Hugo stocks of Christmas toys were destroyed, and tho premises severely damaged. The loss is estimated at £3,0110. Willesden
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOD POISONING.

FOOD POISONING.

EPIDENIC IN YORKS TOWN.
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEASONAL FLAVOURING FEATURES OF PROGBAIIES.

SEASONAL FLAVOURING FEATURES OF PROGBAIIES.

BELFAST STATION. Appropriate holiday en provided for Wednesday, Joseph Farrington (base) sings in the programme of popular music at 746. At the Kentucky Minstrels are having a special (Arista= Party, at which the guests will include Scott and Whaley and ike Hatch. 10.15—National
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAUGHTER MAHER'S VIEWS.

LAUGHTER MAHER'S VIEWS.

LEONARD HENRY (The well-known "laughter maker" Someone ought to erect a statue to the man who first said that women have no sense of humour. Then, whenever I passed it, I could throw a had egg at it! It always puzzles me when 1 hear men saying that women can't see a joke. As one
December 24, 1934 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland