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ISEEP yovr uork-baeket handy tchtn ironing, so that odd efitches may put in as refuired, and a bigger repair may c saved later. J F you icant to remove a cork * from a bottle and cannot fina the corkscrew, tie a piece of string to an ordinary screw and put this into the cork. Pu
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR DAWSON BATES (Minister Home Affairs) presenting the OoTernor’s Trophy H. Pilling (Horten) the eondnsion TH£RE WERE AO«H SPILLS DURINO

SIR DAWSON BATES (Minister Home Affairs) presenting the OoTernor’s Trophy H. Pilling (Horten) the eondnsion TH£RE WERE AO«H SPILLS DURINO

THE RACE. x H. WATSON (Teleeette) leading 8. Oleaie (Excelsior) and EQUESTRIAN COMPETITIONS ST HELEN'S BAY.-KiW J. Mult;, Mr. J. Ewing Johnston's Blue Cross, competing the Horse Show Betnrdsj. - jEpafe, <i> j,, ■ - l' •■'**- ' *''■ * - P ';. **) - ■ f iik |9Lk»'. ‘*mi&t iA i* X
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAGGING BTAHLE* WOODS, WHO AGAIN WON THE SOO 0.0. CLASS.

FLAGGING BTAHLE* WOODS, WHO AGAIN WON THE SOO 0.0. CLASS.

FLAGGING BTAHLE* WOODS, WHO AGAIN WON THE 0.0. CLASS. THE CHILDBEIft COMPfiTITIO|J KOfi END MIBB 0. LtNDBAT »Uh pony , Plmpcrnella, alnntr ot th« Jumping onnt HOME FROM THE BCOTtTB' WORLD JAMBOREE.—Bomo tbo mombon tbo SHOW, . tw lAiidM « HiUn'o «)iw» «!•>•£ eonUngput phgtogiuluA
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

THE PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

the evening, the Grand Central Hotel, Belfast. Bt. Hon. Sir Dawson Bates, Minister of Home Affairs, distributed the trophies. He said that the Government of Northern Ireland were proud the fact that Ukter was the only part of the United Kingdom where road racing was permitted. *
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS IN BRIEF

NEWS IN BRIEF

ULSTER Fourteen sheen were seized on Saturday morning the Forkhill (Co. Armagh) Customs patrol, as they were being driven across the border. The drovers escaped. Castlederg, before Mr. Daniel Scott, J.P., Edward Connolly, Usrvagh. near Castlederg, was charged with attempting to
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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A FREAK STORM

A FREAK STORM

Botto Capsized ; Many Penons Injured Atlantic City, Sunday. freak etorra ia reported have number of fishing boats and orcuraion craft. Beach guards saved rver a hundred person, caught ID huge wave Ocean City. Many person, were injured. thirty ashing partita hive not reported. Co
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
tUSTIN REED OF REGENT STREET

tUSTIN REED OF REGENT STREET

33 DONEGALL PLACE, BELFAST Belfast 4958. W« close it j p.m, on London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield. Leeds. Bristol UO. tOMOOffi
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTHERN LABOUR PARTY THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE

NORTHERN LABOUR PARTY THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Series of Resolutions to be Discussed
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BLIGHT OF COMMUNISM

BLIGHT OF COMMUNISM

Their object as members of the Orange and Black Orders was counter with resolute determination every attempt that would deprive them their blood-bought liberty as members the Church of Christ and citizens of the State. What they needed to proclaim by their lives every day as wel
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOMEN STOWAWAYS FOUND IN CUNARD LINER

WOMEN STOWAWAYS FOUND IN CUNARD LINER

One Detained by Free State Police at Queenstown
21 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland