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31 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUSTOMS DUTIES

CUSTOMS DUTIES

Water Members’ Questions Parliament Amongst the questions put down for the next sitting of the Ulster House of Commons are two relating to the importation of cattle into Northern Ireland from the Free State. Mr. Nixon will ask the Minister of Finance whether he can state the amo
31 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN APPEAL

IN APPEAL

APPEAL He wondered i£ the Minlaler, even thia late hour, would not reoonaidet the matter, and appealed to Mr. to drop Government stamp duty which injutiog tha People were beginning to have nothing to with the sweepstakee the Free State Oovarmnent wore beginning to collect revenue
31 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL GLENTORAN DIRECTORS

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL GLENTORAN DIRECTORS

Proipeot of Contest for Vacancies the Board The annual meetintt of the Glentoran start-, holders will take place on 29th June, whta report recording successful season will i»resented. While the financial side of report is also satisfactory, the heavy wages will be found to have
31 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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SHIPPING IANDON MlrocO-WEI) aid BAT„ 1 o’clock. PLYMOUTH—TUESDAY. 1 o’clock. SO UPTON—TUESDAY* 1 o’clock. To WATEBYORD—TUESDAY. o’clock. To CORK Crio

SHIPPING IANDON MlrocO-WEI) aid BAT„ 1 o’clock. PLYMOUTH—TUESDAY. 1 o’clock. SO UPTON—TUESDAY* 1 o’clock. To WATEBYORD—TUESDAY. o’clock. To CORK Crio

Wctortonn-EVERT TUBS.. 1 o’clock. Prom London (direct)—TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. PaeKOKCr Handbook on Application. Mb WARING STRUT. BELFAST. MOUNTPOTTINGER Y.M.C-A. EXCURSION TO DUBLIN WHET MONDAY. Tickets, 6a 9d each; Children. 3c R. .MDowell & Cb.’o, High Street. T. J. Kerr’s, Lnr
31 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWMARKET GALLOPS

NEWMARKET GALLOPS

Felioitation Com Bottar Than Cino There was a large number of watchers New* market Heath morning to see the finishing touches put to the Derby candidates. Probably the best spin noted was that done Felicitation, who, ridden C. Elliott, went better than Olno (M, Beary), Snamsnddi
29 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY'S RETURNS

SATURDAY'S RETURNS

WIN DIOR 3«-«D»0V T.V.O. PLATR. S farlonis. I DIGNITARY, lu Th« Bla«k Abbol- Eooitßtilo (Kr. Darling), 8 7G. Richards FARMER OILED, 8 ♦ M. Boiry 5 SAIDA, 8 C, Buckham 8 1 Atm—Detectiie ICoIioq). Son Piets CG. Buber). Brsvcry 01110 (Dick), Fillip (W. Ilcl:,). Vests (Niro!:;. Ligh
29 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMTRACTI

COMTRACTI

COUNTY TYRONE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. OMAOH REGIONAL COMMITTEE. TENDERS FOB SUPPLY SPECTACLES. THE ABOVE COMMITTEE INVITE TENDERS from fully qualified Opticians fftr the supply Spectacles lot the period ondiog 21st March, Tender Forms and Conditions of Supply may b« had from the Se
29 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sob Rlw* 5-1 Sun Sets 0.45 Moon Rises 0-2 am. Sets 1-24 a,m. Age 5 dais High Water—Morning... 2-311 Evening

Sob Rlw* 5-1 Sun Sets 0.45 Moon Rises 0-2 am. Sets 1-24 a,m. Age 5 dais High Water—Morning... 2-311 Evening

2-53 Barometer. p.tn 80-20 ! Midnight ...... Thermometer. Min ...... | May
29 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland