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TRAVELLER wanted to sell Crown Veterinary Specialities all Northern Ireland. First-claes salesman who understands live stock, competent to administer and

TRAVELLER wanted to sell Crown Veterinary Specialities all Northern Ireland. First-claes salesman who understands live stock, competent to administer and

demonstrate the remedies. bo liberally treated.—Lewis Bros., 167-9. Ormeau Road. Belfast P 247 for Wyllie, Barr & Rosa Ltd.. Belfast X city. A good man will liberally dealt with Apply, letter only, with copy references, Ac.. 8. G. Taylor. 71, Donegal! Street P 221
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOUNG Lady desires post as Companion where maid is kept; hospital experience.— Pl6l, “News-Letter.*'

YOUNG Lady desires post as Companion where maid is kept; hospital experience.— Pl6l, “News-Letter.*'

8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1935

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1935

8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAMPIONSHIPS

CHAMPIONSHIPS

Men’s Sinprles—Second round—D. J. Weir beat E. 11. J. MacCabe—7-5, 3 , 417 Third round-E. Clarke heat F. W Nlcobon —6-3. 6-1: T. Campbell beat J. S. Bradbury—2-6, 6-2 9-7. Ladies’ Singles—First round—Miss N. M’.Dowell beat Miss J. B. Ferguson—7-9. 6-4, 6-1. Second round—Miss P.
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE

DUBLIN, Wednesday. Land Bonds a down at 110*. Bank stock 3up at 303. Munster Banks rose 2s to 87s 6d. National Banks 4*d up 10*d. Great Southern Railway ordinary stock lost 3* at 36A. and the preference fell 5 to 42*. Imperial Tobaccos 3d easier 144 s 9d. Nickels up at 15s 7*d.
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
S MARKETS

S MARKETS

£l4 6s 3d, 6s 3d to £l4 8* and £l4 7s 6d, settlement fis 6d. Second session— Tin steady; 200 tone sold: cash at £234. closing buyer* £233 15s; three month* sold £217 to £216 15* and £217. closing buyers 15*. Bth Oct. sold at £219, 16th Sept. £223. Copper nnn. 450 ton* sold: cash
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
S AND PRODUCE

S AND PRODUCE

COOOi-Spot, 4V, Future* “i»el*lioil«i (>n ‘sa*. activity in *pot and the marhrt «Io»m «te«dT, with contract l.»olnt to ♦ Bolntt Ko. contract 1 point hlftrer to nnchangM. Approsimate day’* sale* '.OOO ton*; No. 3 contract ealee, 6.000 tone. To-a*v~ • To-flfty ... ... t*. ... 237
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN COTTON

AMERICAN COTTON

NEW YORK. Wednesday. COTTON closed quiet and 10 points down, 11.85 c. Futures opened barely steady At 8 to 4 points loss. The market was inactive, apart from evening prior the issue the Bureau figures Prices early declined selling by foreign houses, together with hedging" and re
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STILL A CAPTIVE

STILL A CAPTIVE

British Journalist’s Release Denied PEKIN, Wednesday. Tlie report that Mr. Gareth Jones, the British journalist, has been released is without foundation, Mr. Chin Teh-Chun, chairman o! the Chahar Government, told Reuter after he had made inquiries Kalgan, on the Southern border
8 August 1935 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland