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They've "Salted" Our Bacon and Sliced Our Trade: We're Short- Weight on the Turnover By The Cat Among the Pigeons

They've "Salted" Our Bacon and Sliced Our Trade: We're Short- Weight on the Turnover By The Cat Among the Pigeons

The cottage homes of England! How beautiful they stand. Their sanitation's shocking. But on postcards they look grand. --Mrs. Hemans (or thereabouts). IT IS a little disturbing, that, just now, when Grave Problems confront us—such as the legality of the Hook's sweepstake, for ex
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
READFUL FLATULENCE FOR FORTY YEARS.

READFUL FLATULENCE FOR FORTY YEARS.

'taut Relief Whatever the Paha" ••,altul flatulence, violent pain after Ilutterings, all these made life a • ry for Mr. A. U of id near Barnstaple until he discovered f:are they are using in all the leading mak. This is his own unsolicited I would like to say how much benefit de
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Spotlight on By-Elections

Spotlight on By-Elections

19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Things That Count

Things That Count

Mr. Radford's election address totally ignores the obvious truth that, in nearly every country in the world, irrespective of its 4overmuent's political comp!exion, the capitalist system continues on the one hand to pile lip unsaleable abundance and on the other hand to perpetuat
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENT

CORRESPONDENT

might on Molter o ''iris r homes. " We should naturally wish," she went on, "to spare the mother the ordeal of childbirth in prison, but we should have had to consider whether our borne Was it suitable place for the treatment of so remarkable a case This, no doubt, would be the
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
I LAKE i,,,, MALTED

I LAKE i,,,, MALTED

I LAKE i ,,,, MALTED Ash Road, Sutton, Surrey. TridEEM A sth November, 1933. I was pleased to see your advertisement. My husband and I have often wondered why you did not advertise, considering . the advantages Blakey's possesses. Our experience with your food dates from about of
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CLUES DOWN

CLUES DOWN

1. Sind of peach. 2. A coastal feature. 3. You always sing thig. 4. Pretty little white flowers. 5. Toui.h r taste is this.
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FAMOUS FOR 40 YEARS

FAMOUS FOR 40 YEARS

The Perfect Food for Your Baby—Blakey's Malted Oatmeal—makes Baby sleep con. tentedly . . . grow Healthy Bones and Sturdy Limbs. No fear of Indigestion .. . no risk of Rickets. Mothers everywhere are saying, "MY BABY LOVES IT." Your Baby will love it too, and you will speak of B
19 November 1933 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England