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DELEGATES AT BANQUET

DELEGATES AT BANQUET

Historic Scene in London Guildhall The Corporation of the City of London last * entertained the delegates to the Economic cference at banquet the Guildhall. The I Mayor (Sir Percy Greenaway) received the ■ ,n . the library with the Sheriffs and mems au.i officials the Lorporolio
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALL READY AT DERRY

ALL READY AT DERRY

Orbctcllo, Monday. IF the improvement the weather conditions iu the Alps which has taken place is maintained the Italian air armada of Hying bouts, led General 13albo, will lukc otf at dawn to-morrow its great Atlantic formation Bight to Chicago. Each of tho Hying boats cornea a
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FINLAND AND BRITAIN

FINLAND AND BRITAIN

Negotiations Conneotion With Trade Treaty Helsingfors, Monday. The negotiations in London for the conclusion of a trade treaty between Finland and Great Britain have been suspended until the middle of July in order enable the Finnish delegates to confer, with their Government on
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TYRONE WOMAN’S ORDEAL Shut In Room While Son Shoots Himself EX-SOLDIER’S DELUSIONS ■ soldier shut his mother a room ommitted

TYRONE WOMAN’S ORDEAL Shut In Room While Son Shoots Himself EX-SOLDIER’S DELUSIONS ■ soldier shut his mother a room ommitted

suicide with a gun, was inquest held yesterday by Mr. John Janies Burke (29), of Drumnabuoy, W. Stevenson described the wound ■ I s liead. which was very severe, the ilir skull bein« blown away. Death was ■ Ir ceration the brain. ■ \<mie Burke, mother of deceased, said i hand le
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LESS CENSORSHIP—BETTER TALKS

LESS CENSORSHIP—BETTER TALKS

RADIO NOTES Arranged Discussions—Pity the Critic—Moving Coil Baffles —The Tennis Championships— Programme.' of the Week noti'table feature of the 8.8.C.'s summer lightening" of programmes will be the fact that talks are occupy v <**7 small portion of evening's transmission. Appa
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIST FOR TO-DAY

LIST FOR TO-DAY

Court of Appeal.—ln the Court of Appeal, at 11 o’clock—For Judgment—Nabney v. Belfast Co-Operative Society, Ltd. Gbancery Division.—The Right Hon. the Lord Chief Justice, at Chambers, at 11 o’clock— Cathcart, Minors. Before the Hon. Mr. Justice Megaw, in the Chancery Court, at 1
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN TENEMENT MURDER

DUBLIN TENEMENT MURDER

Man Found Guilty, Bat Insane Thomas O’Connor, a fronch polisher of Marlborough Street, Dublin, was found guilty, but insane, the Dublin Central Criminal Court yesterday of the murder of Elizabeth Barrett, aged 18, ay cutting her throat with a razor m a tenement Lower Wellington
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE

Marriage and Family Life—Reverencing the home as the centre and epring of human life, and the family as the indispensable fosterer of human ideals brotherhood and unselfishness, deplore and condemn the present-day assaults upon the holy estate marriage, and regard the advocacy o
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW NILE BRIDGE

NEW NILE BRIDGE

Metal Work Completed 18 Months new hnilgo over the Nile in Cairo iwn the Khedive Ismail Bridge has been the King Fuad I. Egypt, It ■‘i'ic-es the old Kasr-el-Nil Bridge which was • in 1871. and which owing to the reared volume traffic and heavier loading •■■i" motor traffic was c
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RICH HILL. OOUNTY ARMAGH. . SALE BY AUCTION OP . •. DWELLING-HOUSES AND FACTORY PREMISESi' CABINET MAKING MACHINERY AND PLANT.

RICH HILL. OOUNTY ARMAGH. . SALE BY AUCTION OP . •. DWELLING-HOUSES AND FACTORY PREMISESi' CABINET MAKING MACHINERY AND PLANT.

We are instructed by Messrs. JOSEPH TOWELL & SON, Furniture Manufacturers, who arc retiring from business, to SELL BY AUCTION on the PREMISES, IRISH STREET, RICH HILL, on FRIDAY, 7th July, 1933, at TWO o’clock p.m., their Property, Machinery and Plant, TOE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF A
27 June 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland