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DURING A STORM

DURING A STORM

Reuter’s Simla correependent thnfe the machine crashed during storm while searching for a suitable spot for forced landing. The injured officer has been taken to hospital Kohat. The men were undergoing service training and taking practice flight when the accident occurred. The a
16 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOU’LL FIND THESE ON THE MAIN AISLE STATIONERY SECTION mA N SAD FOLDING 16/6 ** ‘DIP.” tho popular Toy Dog

YOU’LL FIND THESE ON THE MAIN AISLE STATIONERY SECTION mA N SAD FOLDING 16/6 ** ‘DIP.” tho popular Toy Dog

2/11 *IQ YDS. LINING PAPEK. For FOUR Sizes In CLEARTKX FOOD 1/. COVERS. For */ * KA Por© While VELVET CREPE HANDKERCHIEFS. For tO FIBRE PICNIC PLATES. For 8 ABSORBENT PAPER TOWELS, size 20 15. For SANDWICH INDI- O/Q CATORS. Pcrcloz. FANCY DEPT. DEAL LIZARD HAND- K EAG |ach 10/6
16 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS 8, 1933, Fairfield Nursing Home, South Parade, to Mr. and Mrs. John daughter. Macready- 10, at Calsrerton Lodge, >tom*

BIRTHS 8, 1933, Fairfield Nursing Home, South Parade, to Mr. and Mrs. John daughter. Macready- 10, at Calsrerton Lodge, >tom*

Stratford, (Bucks), to Florence, wife H. J. Macreaoy—a son. —August 0. to H. D. P. and Doris jaret Raban (nee Brown), 49, Gloucester :?nf. London, W.2—a daughter. MARRIAGES CBuU'-Be*-" UBt at Lvlehill Presby•nian Church, bv the Rev. W. V. Martin, p.A.. 3s«istea bv Rev. S. J. Ham
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR HIRE

FOR HIRE

OBRFECT Pitting, fashionable Morning and Even- tug Wear; nil requisites. Elliott, 110. Ann Street; Phone 332. 0238
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Above have arrived

Above have arrived

0 Lawn Meet (Grand Gala c) (Lord Glanely) 0 Nil Nisi (Mrs. I. long) 8 11 Federal (Capt. Farrar) \nimh» r 11 Plomtreo (Duke Westminster) ..........p8ra5e 8 11 Italian Holiday (Doke of Westminster) Persse Probables and Betting Forecast O—KATE COVENTRY O (T. Weston) 100-8 3 1 3—STR
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOWLERS LACK LENGTH

BOWLERS LACK LENGTH

None of the Lurgan bowlers could get a length, and quick-footed batsmen would have taken heavy toll of the loose deliveries. Matter batted well and has a greater variety strokes than the former Ulster player. achieved the rare distinction scoring a century in his firet final, an
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELEVEN CLASSES WELL FILLED

ELEVEN CLASSES WELL FILLED

Perfect weather favoured the Ballyholme Yacht Club’s regatta, which was held in Belfast Lough on Saturday. hot sun shone all the afternoon, and many hundreds of people gathered watch the beautiful scene in the bay. The card was comprehensive one, comprising eleven events, which
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST

TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST

N.-E. and N.-W. Ireland—Light or moderate sourh-west to west wind; bright intenrak; local she were; moderate temperature. S.-E. and S.-W. Ireland—Light variable north-west to west wind; bright intervale and local showers; moderate temperature. Further Outlook—Mainly fair over ro
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
v,|i. Gleanings from Town 'tit and Country Untimely Phenomena A correspondent ■writes:—l have been reading romance of the ocean into

v,|i. Gleanings from Town 'tit and Country Untimely Phenomena A correspondent ■writes:—l have been reading romance of the ocean into

which arc larded little bite of astronomy. A sufferer is bound a rock Andamans in early or middle June. After day torturing aunehine, the author tells us, the stars “came to console him. All night they passed, or hung looming and eciutillating above the hazy verge, overpeeriug t
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IF BLUE SHIRTS ARE

IF BLUE SHIRTS ARE

BANNED Every Member Most Be Amstod —O’Dufly Dublin, Sunday Evening. IT was announced in Dublin to-nigbt that the first meeting of the National Executive the National Guard was held in Dublin to-day. The meeting discussed, among other matters, the series of church parades by the
14 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland