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By RICHARD G. QUIRK. Secretary MAY is here and. with its arrival, many of us start making plans as to how and where we are going to spend the summer holidays. It is exaggeration to say that nearly every second family going awey owns dog, and, in consequence, quite a number of pe
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPONSORED RADIO PROGRAMMES

SPONSORED RADIO PROGRAMMES

British and American Broadcasting Compared Speaking at meeting of the Canadian Club, Montreal, Major W. E. Gladstone, the British Broadcasting Corporation, who is doing a tour of duty with the Canadian Radio Commission, said that though national broadcasting, under remote Govern
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL

IMPORTS Major Elliot and Quantitative Control (From Lobby Correspondent) Major Elliot, Minister of Agriculture, explaining the Anglo-Argentine trade agreement at a meeting of 4be Conservative Parliamentary Agricultural Committee at the House of Commons, Westminster, last night,
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
number 1933 the deatl damage t been the Some crit the qanHfied' there was too problem

number 1933 the deatl damage t been the Some crit the qanHfied' there was too problem

10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN ARMS DEMAND

GERMAN ARMS DEMAND

Danger of Diplomatic Isolation The -Morning Post,” discussing Germany's attitude regards the Diparmamenc Conference, pays:— What is disturbing that the German obstruction accompanied by a thinly-concealed threat to re arm the event ol the collapse of the Conference. l-'rom the c
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTRY AND SEASIDE APARTMENTS

COUNTRY AND SEASIDE APARTMENTS

PARTMENTS, Board and attendance in private J\. residence, exclusive nso of a Bitting room, 2 guineas, eight mi Ice from Belfast.—ll4oB, “News-Letter.”
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WILL OPEN ON SEPTEMBER, Ist,

WILL OPEN ON SEPTEMBER, Ist,

Private School lor Girls and .Junior Boys, in AUBREY HOUSE, 27, DONAGHADEE ROAD. BANGOR. The School occupies a central position on the main ’bus routes, and . has bright, sunny rooms and a pleasant garden. Aubrey Bouse will be UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE, and will offer sound,
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HEWS LETTER, WEDNESDAY. MAY lt>. AND PRODUCE OATS (bushels). . _, . .,a Sams day This This Receipts- To-day

BELFAST HEWS LETTER, WEDNESDAY. MAY lt>. AND PRODUCE OATS (bushels). . _, . .,a Sams day This This Receipts- To-day

lasi year week season eesgm Western points 32fl 235 326 88,288 68.508 Atlantic ports... 23 23 10,419 9.428 Exports V 10.... - - - C. 781 6.002 MMZR easy at U<c. loss. spot, 315,4. OATS easier at Ic. toa. ''hilocliptcu. f.o.b. New lork, ale. easy at 2. spot. SOlac. si lljc. down.
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Atchison Topeka Swat a Fe... Do. Preferred... Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Paollo ... and Ohio Common Ch. Mllw'ke 8. Paul*Pm

Atchison Topeka Swat a Fe... Do. Preferred... Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Paollo ... and Ohio Common Ch. Mllw'ke 8. Paul*Pm

Cora. Chicago and North-Weet Ord... Cbicsgo Rook Island & Pacific Erie Railway _ ... ••• Do. I*l Preferred ... Great Northern Preferred ... Illinois Central * ... Missouri, Sanaa and Text* ... Missouri and Pacific ... ... New York Central... ... ... New York, Ontario & Westorn..
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I imagine when ll they wi the Mai cars rnent was tri and it proved peared lit waiting, som way

I imagine when ll they wi the Mai cars rnent was tri and it proved peared lit waiting, som way

from Arch, while and made dress of the •• debs.*’ sou bridge sets. In ,Tia «moking ciga has always < practice 111 Palace quad To-morrow Mrs. Cam to-morrow Scrimgeour is assured ;.re cxccedin the daughtr bears the pi v oilst her the Lorn rut tee is nut Mr. Ca: partner ii days of
10 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland