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BANKERS’ CLEARING HOUSE.

BANKERS’ CLEARING HOUSE.

The following statement shows the amount biils and cheques which passed through the Bankers' Clearing House during the week ended May 17, 1933, compared with the two previous weeks and the corresponding week of last year:— Mav 17“ 10, Mayl, i May“lS' 1933 1935 1943 1 1952 £ Jj £
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
-1,873.805 +4.219,786 + 10,101.3i8 -5,800,288 +6,233,000

-1,873.805 +4.219,786 + 10,101.3i8 -5,800,288 +6,233,000

19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
options—May 64|0., July OSic , Oct. 6?ic. Closing options—May July Oct> 65|c. Receipt* (car lots! To-day. Frrv. day Northern 190

options—May 64|0., July OSic , Oct. 6?ic. Closing options—May July Oct> 65|c. Receipt* (car lots! To-day. Frrv. day Northern 190

110 2 Northern 167 116 No. Northern iS ** No. 4 Northern 28 Other grades -ww.... 97 *“** 78 OATS steady at I*o. to |o. lo«a. Closing options— July 291 c., Oct. 29}c. RYE easier at *O. decline options—May 45|c., July 46*c., Oct. 48|c. BARLEY barely steady and c - cheaper. Closing
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO ALPHA CLUB

ADDRESS TO ALPHA CLUB

Dame Rachael Crowdy addressed Club yesterday China and Jap 13.) DUSCANSOS BUS ISQUIRY. An application Mr, W. K. Dungannon, for the reconsideration an revision ot fares came before Tribunal yesterday. (Page 10.) OBITUARY. Mr. E. J. Hay. (Pege 8 FIMA NCI AL Discount rales rejxuter
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ON WITH THE SHOW.

ON WITH THE SHOW.

Crowing Interest in Next Week s Balmoral Event. seen daily at the Royal iely's booking office, 33, Royal where the grand stand heats are pidly taken up for next week’s the Royal Ulster Agricultural üblication of details the any doubt as to the comthe show from the point of and t
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Unemployment Situation.

The Unemployment Situation.

Speaking on a vote for £22,593,000 for the Ministry of Labour Westminster yesterday, Sir Henry Betterton, the Minister, surveyed the past year. Four years ago, he said, tiie number on the register of unemployed was not much oveir a million. In two years they went up to millions
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TWO HORSES DESTROYED ON LISBURN

TWO HORSES DESTROYED ON LISBURN

Within half an hour two horses had destroyed the Lisburn Road, near College Gardens, yesterday. The first, driven by William Hall, Disraeli Street, while outwaid bound from the city took ill and after examined by veterinary surgeon had to destroyed. The dead animal lay the road
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GANDHI TO FAST AGAIN

GANDHI TO FAST AGAIN

For Three Weeks From May 8. NO DEFINITE REASON. Son’s Vain Efforts to Dissuade His Father. Mr. Gandhi announced from Jeravda Gaol yesterday that on May Bth he will commence a three weeks’ unconditional and irrevocable fast in connection with the untouchability campaign. For two
1 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT OF

ALLEGED EMBEZZLEMENT OF

£293. Case Against County Antrim Man Adjourned. The case against John Foster, Mossley, County Antrim, who is charged with embezzling £293 ICs 7d belonging to employer, William J. Campbell, Tomb Street, was adjourned for a week Belfast Police Court yesterday. Campbell stated that
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUFFERIN ESTATE LITIGATION

DUFFERIN ESTATE LITIGATION

Result of High Court Appeal. Lord Justice Andrews and Lord Justice Best the Northern Ireland Appeal Court yesterday gave their decision appeal arising out of an action brought against the Marquis of Duffcnn and Ava for rent on his cetate at Bangor, Co. Down. The action was broug
19 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland