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WHEN your father was your age the world was short of many present day conveniences. For shaving he had to rely on the oldfashioned razor. He knows how his face and skin suffered every time he shaved. Since then the Gillette has revolutionised shaving and made it safe, easy, hygi
Six Counties Nine Ulster Unionist Council will moot day to hear what the delegates from Monaghan, and Cavan, and those from th~ Six Counties who agree with them, have urgo against the decision which it came to on the 10th of March. Then? was then large majority in favour the area
Sir John Anderson at Dublin Castle, Sir John Anderson and Mr. Cope, the newly- Under Secretary and Assistant Under to the Lord Lieutenant, were engaged jesterdav Dublin Castlo familiarising themselves their new duties.
CONFERENCE. arc officially informed that the German wemment have presented note, agreeing to postponement of the Spa Conference until 21st LOUTH BY-ELECTION. from Promiar and Mr. Bona* nriB»opher Turner, Coalition candidate in .f (Lincolnshire) by-election, ban received .•'i»r f
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