REVUE To-night the revue, ".Nine Dav.v Wonder, which alternating with the van.' programmes at Olympia, comes “on the air This entertainment is described as staee sho, for listeners and it includes Kelson Keys.Lup.no ?bi r ,? f o,hcr "t'l-kuovvu name™ After this show Belfast is re
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OPIMID It LADY ENSINIILLES. The opening of the fourth exhibition sale promoted by the Fireside Arta an Crafts Society, lield in the /raiders, runnel', web attended by representatives of leading Ulster families. The nbJect of the exhibition is to eneourisso and help workers in ar
Belfast and County Dews Railway. T.T. RACE RAILWAY GRAND 0/ - STAND - COMBER (Includes Railway rare and Tat) YOU OAKS T TAO OAT. Lips al PAIN. Garage sweiree OWNS 11/11. The lAN Ow et by Lid.. Losillok. BOOK EARLY As RIGBY'S, 74 High St., Belfast. W. F. MINNIS. General Manager.
FOUR rum SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Rev. H. 31. Alinchin, who was recently ordained by the Lord Ihahop of Soder and Man in St. Thomas's Church, Douglas, and has taken up duties as chaplain of St. Mark's and curate of Malew, Isle of Man, was for some years a member of the teaching staff of
LSE OF "SLICE LISTS" riGED. A resolution calling upon the Council of the Institute of Journalists to take ditciplinary action orer "inaccurate reports in the London Press" was debated at the Conference of the Institute at Eastbourne on Monday It was moved by Mr. J. B. L. Gibbon.
13,000,000 PORTUGUESE PLAN. LISBON, Tuesday.—Work on • bridge which it is claimed will be the longest in Europe is expected to start shortly in Portugal. This bridge will, it is stated, stretch for six and a half miles across the Tagus, a mile east of Lisbon—more than four times
WIDE WELSH AREA RAVAGED. FIGETIMO FLANKS Off 11.1111 1103 T The greatest moorland Area experienced f it half a century in North Wales raged on the Berwyn Mountains, in the Llangollen district. Hundreds of workers have for teveral (lays been battling with the flames and digging t