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ROYAL Avennc (109 1i3).-or.ccB to Ut. one. two more rooni»: elwiric main, central hcatinß: resident caretaker.—D. P. N. M’Alpinc, 124,

ROYAL Avennc (109 1i3).-or.ccB to Ut. one. two more rooni»: elwiric main, central hcatinß: resident caretaker.—D. P. N. M’Alpinc, 124,

Donegall Ktreet. Warehouse Prcmiscp. Duncalrn gardens, J. second fltior: modem boildinß. top and Pino light', electric light and power.—D. P. N. M Alpine. 124 .Donegal! Street. Let. 40, Avenue. Aolrim Poad. 2-S 1. bedrooms, bath; decorateo. —D. P. w. Al*Alpine, 124. Dotiegall St
14 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL

LIVERPOOL

Candidate Adopted Colonel J. P. Shute, member o! a well-known Liverpool firm of cotton brokers, was last night adopted as Conservative candidate for the Exchange Division of Liverpool to fight the vacancy caused by the death Sir James Beynolds (Conservative). Sir James was partn
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A SKI-ING ACCIDENT

A SKI-ING ACCIDENT

Englishman Killed in Switzerland Berne, Tuesday. Lack snow was the cause of the tragic death to-day a young 20-ycar-old Englishman, Mr. K. J. Hepburn, Beigatc, Surrey, while on ski ing excursion from the Jungfraujoch to the upper Moenchsjoch. Mr. Hepburn, who was staying Wengen,
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CATTLE MARKETS CANCELLED

CATTLE MARKETS CANCELLED

Suspected Outbreak Foot-and-Mouth Disease Northampton A suspected case foot-and-mouth disease is reported at Hardwick Grange Farm, Hardwick, Northamptonshire. Pend ng examination by a Ministry of Agriculture representative a etandstill order for all- areas within a five miles ra
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPANISH RELIEF PAYMENTS BTOPPE

SPANISH RELIEF PAYMENTS BTOPPE

The financial assistance provided foi large families under the Monarchy has been stepped by the Government. The sum of 3.000,(XX), pesetas (£75,000) had been provided in the Budget for helping parents with eight children or more, but this provision has now been deleted. In futur
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ARMAMENTS COMPARISON

ARMAMENTS COMPARISON

rE following communique was issued from the Polish Embassy last evening:— The Polish Ambassador London sent Note to the Foreign Office to-day drawing the attention of His Majesty’s Secretory of State for Foreign Affairs to item in the programme of the 8.8. C. transmitted from Br
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW SORT OF PIANO WANTED

NEW SORT OF PIANO WANTED

Famous Player and Present-day Composers Mr. William Murdoch, the pimniat, addreaaing the annual conference of the Incorporated Society of Muaiciane at Harrogate yesterday, said that pianoforte did not move with the times. _ ... ... it will interesting to know whether the piano m
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWFOUNDLAND PAYS UP

NEWFOUNDLAND PAYS UP

St. John’s (Newfoundland), Tuesday. the co-operation of Canada and Great Britain, Newfoundland to-day paid the liabilities of her external debts, amounting approximately ai«t l*uMblicil i*v tnc l , rMprictors. £400,000. which fell due Ist January.— LLTTLK. J.IMITED, • Iteutcr, .
4 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sti/I Further Reductions Last Day of Ulster Arcade Sale

Sti/I Further Reductions Last Day of Ulster Arcade Sale

31 January 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland