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Her teeth are YOUR concern-

Her teeth are YOUR concern-

Every mother wants her children to grow up with strong, firm white teeth, safe from the danger of decay. The way to make sure of this is by giving the right care when they are young. Dentists advise the use of the one toothpaste containing Milk of Magnesia**, which corrects acid
05 February 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YESTERDAY,,.,

YESTERDAY,,.,

. . . man and a woman had tea iu restaurant. A cat juiu)>cd on the man’s knee. ** Give me that cat,” said the woman. They had been quarrelling, about what neither could remember. “In my view,” said the man, “ this cat wishes remain where it now is.” “In view,” the woman imitated
05 February 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OHNNY ERSON'

OHNNY ERSON'

Johnny Patterson as he Is to-day. Most of the sixty-nine years of his life has been spent in the atmosphere of the circus ringamong tents, ropes, sawdust, performing animals. He has loured Ireland, France, Belgium, Austria, Germany and America with his troupe of performers. He c
15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIMES PICTORIAL

TIMES PICTORIAL

15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JANUARY

JANUARY

15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THEY KEEP WATCH-PRAM. TYRES FROM WASTE ROPE—MODERN HOUSES IN MODELS ii ' . I XWk ' . .. ;■ ■

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15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Four Cornei* Survey

Four Cornei* Survey

lyr* lie was afraid «lefect iu wealiiti; quality, so he encouraged his wife to bring back into active aervica {for experimental purposes only) the perambulator that the eight year old Tony Horan had known so well before his mind passed on tanks atid aeroplanes. SOME branches the
15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FUITRUIING TO THE TRACI

FUITRUIING TO THE TRACI

AS long as retain the human virtues and vices, there will be a thrill in the turf for the uninitiated. The more we learn racing, the more we drop the Donn * Byrne attitude to It. I doubt if the sports-writers ® ever thrilled at all. But we. the outsiders, become very excited as
15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Miss Dorothy Paget

Miss Dorothy Paget

and groat trainers. Nat Gould never wrote for such as these, but for you and me; and Donn Byrne’s feeling for horses is not for those to whom racing is a nicely balanced business, but for you and me, who know nothing, or virtually nothing, al>out horses.
15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSY MORNINGS

BUSY MORNINGS

This plain is ringed with stables. They are silent this evening, but in the mornings they are busy, and on the eve of race meetings there is much speculation among their staffs. You would need the fingers of both hands (and all your toes) to count the trainers who have their hea
15 January 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland