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VIEW THIS DAY. SALE TO-MOEROW, 11-30. BELFAST AUCTION ROOMS, U ' U ' EBY HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS & EFFECTS (Removed from

VIEW THIS DAY. SALE TO-MOEROW, 11-30. BELFAST AUCTION ROOMS, U ' U ' EBY HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS & EFFECTS (Removed from

53, WELLESLEY AVENUE, OLD CAVEHILL ROAD, and oilier sources). UPRIGHT PIANO. BY “CRAMER”; SET AND 2 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE DINING CHAIRS, Mahogany Dining Table and Mahogany Sideboard; Bedroom Soitea Mahonanv Walnut, Satin-Walnut, and Oak; Odd Wardrobes Mahogany, Satm-Walnut, and Deal
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Probables end Bettlns Forecast

Probables end Bettlns Forecast

LODOJiBBOWH (J. Moloney) 7-2 BOOKS MAIDEN (G. Wilson) 6-1 PEBRTOI (8. Ingham) 8-1 BANCHOR (0. Pellerin) 5-1 (J. H. Brown) - 3-1 BLIOHTMD (J. Pawena) 2 A (J. Harney) 8-1 (P. Sergeant) ...s 10-r DANISH MAID (T. Rimell) 10-1 SFLYIR (K. Lyall) 100-8 riTOTN (K. Piggott) 100-8 Bt. (Mr
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANOTHER LINQFIKLD TRIAL By SIR HUGO

ANOTHER LINQFIKLD TRIAL By SIR HUGO

Hyperion's victory in tho Chester Vase l&at Tuesday appears to have been sufficiently con* vlacing to bring him well in to the limelight for honours. Immediately following his success the bookmakers who deal in ante-post betting were inundated with Inquiries for Lord _ Derby’s c
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Above have arrived

Above have arrived

12 10 Steady Johnny, 9 (Mr. Urquhart) ...T. Leader 12 6 Golden Light, 6 (Mr. Private 12 6 Rugby Girl. 12 (Mr. IF. Brandt) James 12 6 Golding Light, 12 (Lord Sudeley) 12 You’ll Sec. 8 JSIr. Ballard) ... Private 12 o Joby 11.. 8 (Mr. Berry) ,P, Morgan 12 0 Potters Bar, (Mr. Bruce)
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
following t« Scottish < frew); M’Gorra (I M'Caffer (Artburlie). (Peterebfll) (Ashfield), Irish In Olympic); lerv (Celtic (Dunmi Kelly (Qu Byron

following t« Scottish < frew); M’Gorra (I M'Caffer (Artburlie). (Peterebfll) (Ashfield), Irish In Olympic); lerv (Celtic (Dunmi Kelly (Qu Byron

Townsend C Cliflonville Wfllowfield Annsboro District Belfast C with Gi attracted It was were nnal the fat the evening, evening. the fall :
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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The K and only poured ii toast to drunk port give)

8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER PARLIAMENT

ULSTER PARLIAMENT

Remaining Estimates be Taken This Week When the Ulster House of Commons meets morrow consideration will be given to the f- miatcs the Ministry of Home Affairs. On Wednesday the second reading of the Agricultural ami Marketing Bill will be taken. Thursday will be uie asi of the n
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOCTORS’ OPINION

DOCTORS’ OPINION

Oervdhi now years old, and the doetore say thot fast 21 day* will cost him Wl life. wee to In danger of death when he had finishnd hi* fast six dayi and five hours September laet. He has previously undertaken fait throe weeks, but that wae about eight yeara ago. Mr. Thao Rogers,
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KIDNAPPED GIRL TWO MEN CHARGED

THE KIDNAPPED GIRL TWO MEN CHARGED

An Allegtd Confession to As MOMKY RBOOVBRKD Harwich Port (Ma»9.)i Sunday. two bcotban, Kenneth end Cyril Buck, who were wreated yeaterday, have been charged with taking part in the abduction Margaret M'Uath, the tan-year-old daughter of retired Detroit steel magnate, and with ex
8 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland