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CONSULT

MR. A. F. HENRY (Lat*- of University. Belfast. & Dublin Hospitals) The well • known successful Herbalist for the treatment of Skin Stomach Troubles. Rheumatism. atarrh. Kidney Ailments, etc., and all chronic conditions EACH FRIDAY 10.30 a. —7.30 m. Consultations Free. I BRYAN ST
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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
 
BABES IN ARMS

BABES IN ARMS

KEY JrDT (» FRI. SAT. OTTO KRUGER DRACULA’S DAUGHTER also Bride of Frankenstein
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHERE SPINSTERS SCORE

WHERE SPINSTERS SCORE

Headlined Where the Spinster Score." the following paragraph appears in the June issue of “The Spinster, ’* the official organ of the National Spinsters Pensions Association : “It is interesting to note that under the New Pension Act, spinsters of sixty who marry will continue i
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
 

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nf u \ VAN accumulation wind caused me to roll in agony for 30 hours/' writes Mr. R. H. W.. W. Burton. ** I was so ill that my doctor had to be sent for. The pain eased a little, but then came again more violently. Well, I managed to get some • Bisurated' Magnesia and got wonderf
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
'Bisurated’ Magnesia GARDENING

'Bisurated’ Magnesia GARDENING

‘-S* SPADE WORKER.
14 June 1940 - Ballymena Observer - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WORK TO BK DONE

WORK TO BK DONE

WORK TO DONE Vegetable*.—Plan ige. bru*- s*ls sprouts, broccoli, and leeks days when the the damp side. Hoe between potatoes. Clean away pea haulms. ant out-door tomatoes in sonny pos.tions. Thin seedlings. Eradicate weeds. Flowers —-Thin annuals. fuohsiaa, ums, and o*. pyret hru
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