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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1933 BELFAST ZOO CAGES•

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1933 BELFAST ZOO CAGES•

THE PLEA FOR THE LIONS. WRITER ADDS SEAM AND ZEBRAS. Sir—Would you permit me to say a word in agreement with "Animal Lover" with regard to lack of room for the animals in some of the cages at Bellevue Zoo. Not only is there too little space for the lions, but the zebras, and the
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"NAT4IIE."

"NAT4IIE."

What sweeter thing has life in store Than violets by a cottage 4ionr Ora clump of primroses by a brook Hidden in a shady nook. And as I it beneath the trees. Fanned by a gentle sepl , yr hrecae. I hear the !Jailbird's roundelay. A I lred notes he pipes each day. This sylvan scre
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11 mom= DEATHS. WHITISI'S-41as' 9. 1933. at her reeidletne. North Derby Street. Mary. wid oWilliam John Whiteside. Forces' from ab

11 mom= DEATHS. WHITISI'S-41as' 9. 1933. at her reeidletne. North Derby Street. Mary. wid oWilliam John Whiteside. Forces' from ab

ov e address on tomorrow iThnrsday). at 2-30 p.m., for interment in City Cemetery. Absent from the body. present with the Deeply regretted by her Daughter and Sonin-law. ' ELLEN AND JAMES DOIMAN. WOODS—May t 1933 (suddenly). at 411 Court turret. Newtownards. Jane Woods (nee Ml:n
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DO YOU KNOW WE DELIVER A SCREENED ROUSE WE COAL at 31/b per Ton for cash on delivery. Try •

DO YOU KNOW WE DELIVER A SCREENED ROUSE WE COAL at 31/b per Ton for cash on delivery. Try •

quarter ton. IT IS A BLAZING SUCCESS IF NOT SATISFIED CASK WILL lit REF U NbEll JOHN R. NOBLE, LTD., COAL IMPORTERS. QUEEN'S QUAY, 'Phones 288 sod 778. BELFAST.
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
31 ETHEL ST., LISBURN RD.. BELFAST. For SALE by AUCTION, at our BELFAST MART. 51 CHICHESTER STREET. FRIDAY. 18th !day,

31 ETHEL ST., LISBURN RD.. BELFAST. For SALE by AUCTION, at our BELFAST MART. 51 CHICHESTER STREET. FRIDAY. 18th !day,

One o'elock, VALUABLE TERRACE HOUSE, Sittingroom. 2 Bedroom® Bathroom. Kitchenette. Scullery. Yard and WA'. Ground rent. .t 3 Its. In excellent order. Situate in a very desirable district. and can be recommended for self-occupancy. Vacant possession. JOHN T. M'CONNELL, Solr., Li
10 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIELD CROOKS & CO., LTD.. IT. CHURCH STREET, BELFAST

FIELD CROOKS & CO., LTD.. IT. CHURCH STREET, BELFAST

IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION. OFFICL 1; ' 'sAFLS. STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS EFFECTS. On the PREMISES, 17, CHURCH STREET, BELFAST. THURSDAY, 11th MAY. 1953. at 1130 a.m. CLOTH CUTTINO MACHINES BY HARDAKER: SALTER’S TRADE SPBINO BALANCE to weißli IBUi*.; 10 Sunk Tables: Trestle Tallies;
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Messrs. John Elliott

Messrs. John Elliott

How well the main contractor. Mr. John Elliott. Hillsborough Drive. Belfast, has carried out his work is demonstrated the compliment paid him Mr Hodge® »t the. opening ceremony, producing * this fine building.”
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER SHARES.

NEWSPAPER SHARES.

AUNewaO 16/. IDMTnwtO 32/5 33/-+/S AmlY47) 15/6 '.6 11/3+/U J"«3»/. l°/° 16/6 - /IJIS I6cl Ord 31/- 31/6 - GRAMOPHONES, Ac. ColatEK) b/fi 6/- 1 Lto 1’ - Indus O 10/5 10/9- CrylUll,'. 1/3 - PyeKadD 11/9 Dwca Kd 1/3 1/3 I
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINING MARKET. Reaction in Several Tin Descriptions. London, Tucaday. Transvaal gold aliarts after ruling quiet and doll during the early

MINING MARKET. Reaction in Several Tin Descriptions. London, Tucaday. Transvaal gold aliarts after ruling quiet and doll during the early

hoars, owing partly to the fall in the price of gold, were supported to moderate afterwards, and the market closed with slight irregular changes in prices. Despite the farther rise in copper Rio and Anaconda dropped 13s 6d and 5s respectively. Several tin shares reacted moderate
10 May 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland