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ELECTROLYSIS

ELECTROLYSIS

THE PERMANENT AND RELIABLE ■*" CURE FOR SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, kc. Mus M D. S. JOHNSON (Ut* M*» Olive Bond), Spec;ali*t Ekctrolyeu Recommended by the Medical Profeeeion. (Personal attention given.) Donegal! Square Hertb. BelUat. Phone 23749 (Opposite Front City Hall) 3£,B&a C0
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Additions to the Na?y Nearly 1,000,000 Ton* Building ACCELERATION WORK. During the fev- states Admiralty announoonhmit. Royafl will receive a

Additions to the Na?y Nearly 1,000,000 Ton* Building ACCELERATION WORK. During the fev- states Admiralty announoonhmit. Royafl will receive a

further large increase in strength, comprising every category war sljp, from battleship motor torpedo boat* and very large number of auxiliary craft. The acceleration of work in the shipyards such that the output new construction is progressively increasing Nearly 1.000.000 tons
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOWER HEADS TO GO

FLOWER HEADS TO GO

FLOWER HEADS TO Rhubarb should have all flower stem* removed. In order to secure a fine growth supply liquid manure liberally, and mulch with partially-decayed manure, also should have flower ateme and any blanching materials removed when the head* are rut and the ground is point
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROTECTING YOUNG CELERY

PROTECTING YOUNG CELERY

Tlie earliest celery may now Should tiie sun l>e hot. for day or two with pea boughs laid top the trench. Dual often with old aoot. Hegular sowing* salads should made out of doors every ten days. SOOT FOR POTATOES. Soot i* excellent manure for potatoes, and for the garden genera
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIMELY TIPS.

TIMELY TIPS.

Rhubarb being a gToa*-fee<iit)g plant, greatioxunan may obtained by free apphcations of liquid manure. If the oughts should be cold, shield vegetable marrows with pea boughs and lay • mat over all. Keep a look out •logs. should W watered copiously. When the plants in later crops
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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S. ALEXANDER & SONS

S. ALEXANDER & SONS

AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS. ESTATE ANC INSURANCE AGENTS ufe Auction Sales Couducted in * Town or Country-fValuations for ,;Probate jandi all, other purposes.. Bills Discounted* Prompt Settlements- Rents Collected. 84-90 CHURCH STREET,
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA

BALLYMENA

PHONE 588 PRIVATE SALES. ACKNOWLEDGED general consent to be the ooUtending Piano Iloose of the present day ; always more than 100 Pianoe ■lock. Gilpin's, Ltd., 85,67 Sandy Row, Belfast, Phones: 25Slb/7. ,S\LE Semi-detached Villa situate aft mev held under Lease foi 993 years. Co
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BABY UNENS.

BABY UNENS.

Apply, A. DORMAN, iLarne Harbour Tel. Larne 48. LEI—“ Knockmagrejwv,” Bioughshane Hotwi; litu*d with electricity; reoemtiy -renovated repairtd. Fcmierly oocupitH.l by All’. Wiggens, Bank of L’elaiid. Apply James B. M*All*der, Biyaai Stivet, Rall>nneiiia. I.ET —Dwelling House, si
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LABOUR ON 188 FARMS

LABOUR ON 188 FARMS

The Government is now working under a pressure which critics ought fairness to recognise. quite sure that the M mister Agriculture is as conscious as anybody else that it is a pity the new prices for farmers could not have been announced at the same time as the increase m the ag
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AND IMTIaENLENTS and LETTING OF LANDS.

AND IMTIaENLENTS and LETTING OF LANDS.

AND and LETTING OF LANDS. have received from the Executor of JAMBS FLBMING. deceased, Sell bv Public Auction, the Premises, THURSDAY, JUNE. 1940. at 2 o'clock p.m., the following: STOCK— 4 Stiarks (3 BulkMik-s and 1 Heller). 1 Daily tow, 2 Heifer Calves, Mare and Foal, four-year-
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland