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VICTORIA COLLEGE.

VICTORIA COLLEGE.

BELFAST. The following scholabships will b«* Awarded the Results the EXAMINATIONS to be held on JUNE 27th and 28th:— Two of £25 each for Two Years (Resident). Two of £l5 each for Two Years. Two of £lO each for Two Years. Two £7 10s each for Two Years. LAST DATE OF ENTRY, JUNE 15
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NICHOLL & ROSS.

NICHOLL & ROSS.

Telephone 5757. ft VALUERS, 38, STREET, BELFAST. OUR EXTENSIVE MART IS PACKED—NO RESERVE VIEW THIS DAY. SALE TO-MORROW. AT 11-30. from 17, COLLEGE GREEN; 11, CHICHESTER PARK; “WyNOOTE,” TB*l»T.<s ROAD; 21, NEWINGTON STREET. Aim PULL VAN-LOAD from KENNEDY’S STORE, and other sourc
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DERBY BCRATCHINQB

DERBY BCRATCHINQB

Foabridgs and Mannoring, who were struck out writtfiwwßoßKtlfflO. Mik* Hid big v. r. Gilpin, now left without representsriw# Am y«ar*e iDlassie.
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
•■LECTIONS

•■LECTIONS

i»H'!^Stisl BEiIK gtikes-JISIIB f ANCY. Brantwood Hnrdtss—WANDBWOBTH. Stakes—DlLLA Llsnallncby Stakts—TIDEWAY. Portwinlam Stakes—SLIPPERY SHADOW. Bellevue Stakee-MAVNB'S OUT. OAKS DARK CARO The following la tha card for to-night's mtclln Oaks Park. Bangauaoa . Kytemors Stakes <8
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN RAILS

FOREIGN RAILS

Cent. Arg. 22 25 -1 lintrc Ki<* 14l 2 15la Gt. West. (Brazil) 12'6 17/6 Do. pf. LeopelcUua 14 15 -Ij Nitrate 45/0 46/0-1/0 San Paulo M 2 l tj Havana 80:0 100/0 Nord 6% 6 Orleans 107 8 L Midi 107 8 INMKNT BONDS German 7 651j-112 Potash 77 79 - Do. sia% -*9ia - 2 ! U’garian 40ia 4
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIXTILBS

TIXTILBS

Coring Biaeor Cteeing Biseor Secorities. Price FaU SecoxiUee. Price. Fall Bleachers 10/9 11/9 Fine Cd llje 12/3 +3d Bfrd Dyers 15/6 16/6 Grunt I*'* l 15/71* Brit. Colcac 9/41 2 Ada Henry AS 8/li * -9d Hollins, W. 14/6 15/6 Do. 7lf pf. 7/6 8/0 -6d Hoyle. , .4<o 5/0 Brit. Cot 5/3
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3.9413 3.951 a 4.50 4.52 13—14 nom 86 —86 lg 2431 —24.36 .52 17.57 1091a—11 oij 65A- 65ft 14.65 14.76

3.9413 3.951 a 4.50 4.52 13—14 nom 86 —86 lg 2431 —24.36 .52 17.57 1091a—11 oij 65A- 65ft 14.65 14.76

iisia— 2013 30 —33 nom so aoij 8.41 8.43 19.65 19.75 19.40 —19.50 580 600 565 686 695 sellars 118 116 16 18 lII3 1313 32 85 470 600 141*4 4214 22.90 00m 33—85 4 V s nom 97^8 97% 1/6ft-1/61 1/6ft—l/618 1/4 —l/4% 1/214-1/2% 2/3tt-5/4ft 8.41 8.51 l/2ft-1/2«, *124% sellers •125 —125
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M'OORKINDALB'S VICTORY

M'OORKINDALB'S VICTORY

Young Gormaifa Pluofcy Fight Agaimt Smith AMoan Don M‘Corklndale, the South African, had his first fight since knocking out Larry Qaina, when he defeated Vinoens Hower, 22 year old German, pointa Leicester last night hTCorldndafo showed better his right than in previous fights,
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER nationalist party Policy of Abstention Discussed at Conference FINAL DECISION DEFERRED , i Members Said to be Anxious to

ULSTER nationalist party Policy of Abstention Discussed at Conference FINAL DECISION DEFERRED , i Members Said to be Anxious to

Attend at Stormont • (By Our Political Correspondent) IUNALIST members of the Ulster Senate and House of '.immons held a private meeting in St. Mary’s Hall, Belfast, day, chiefly to consider the question of continuing their ;■ ion from Parliament. Mr. Joseph Devlin, leader of th
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRAFFIC CONTROL

TRAFFIC CONTROL

Belfast Deputation to Yliit London Further steps arc being taken towards the Introduction ibo method street traffic control Belfast, supersede the present automata time cycle signals. Councillor Lieutenant-Commander B. M. Harcourt (Chairman of Coimnittee), Councillor George Gray
16 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland