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STILETTO TRAGEDY AT

STILETTO TRAGEDY AT

CHARITY TETE. ITALIAN GIRL EXONERATED. SIDELIGHTS ON ETENT AT INQUEST. Dramatic evidence was given by an attractive 19-year-old Ita!ian girl when an inquest was held at Ilerne Bay, Kent, on Monday, on Arthur Robert Pearson, who died after being stabbed with a stiletto during a c
22 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIBEISTOWN CLUB.

SIBEISTOWN CLUB.

The foursomes flag competition in connection with the Kirkistown Castle golf club was can by Mrs. Croley and Mrs. who placed their flag on the Iffth green. They were closely followed by Misa ermine .and Slim Balla, who won second price. In an erlect , r competition for a prise p
22 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOM! CEIMINAL (ISO ZETREs),

NOM! CEIMINAL (ISO ZETREs),

5-15— flee Children's Hour. 6-o—'lima sif_mal Greenwich. Weather Forecast. rte. 6-30-I)aventry. 8.0 See Belfast leo. —Weather Forecast, etc. 10-0—" Office or Workshop?"—A Frivolous Diwiminn tween Clerk and Craftsman. 113-M-12-4 Donee :timer% SCOTTISH CEUIONAL (376.4 31). 5-13--I
22 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCHOOLBOY KILLED Br BLS AT NAGHERAGALL.

SCHOOLBOY KILLED Br BLS AT NAGHERAGALL.

TOM SISTER ETEMIT3IIBII. While proceeding to school this morning James Monson Greer (11), sou of Mr. Jas. Greer, homier, Kilcorrig, was knocked down and killed by a bus at Magherapli Pariah Chruch, near Lisburn. It appears the little Ivy, who was accompanying his sister, was A'
22 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY FERMANAGH. TOWN OF.IRVINESTOWN. RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PREMISES (GOOD FRONIAGE MAIN STREET). YARD, Oases, Garage, and Garden. Pros. porous trade

COUNTY FERMANAGH. TOWN OF.IRVINESTOWN. RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PREMISES (GOOD FRONIAGE MAIN STREET). YARD, Oases, Garage, and Garden. Pros. porous trade

earned on for unsay years ronaing) Groceries. Hardware. Delph, China, Glawntarw. and General Household Requirements. Will be Bold or Let with Stock and Goodwill. Annuity, We ed. Apply, at ones— CIA RIC F. EMERY & THOMPSON. Auctioneers, Irvintstown.
22 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Faughaii Valiev Cricket Club, wlio defeated Drummond Cricket Club in the final of the North-West Junior Cup. lagher, medical officer

Faughaii Valiev Cricket Club, wlio defeated Drummond Cricket Club in the final of the North-West Junior Cup. lagher, medical officer

of health for Done-1 gal Town, appeared as a deputation be- fore the Hoard, and the matter was referred to Mr. W. J. Doherty, the Board’s engineer, who was asked to augment the present scheme. The Department of Local Government and Public Health wrote authorising a grant of £l5O
22 August 1933 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
('liargi'd Maserati in tlie 2,000 c-c. —3,000 <•.<•. class, anil lias born nominated di-iver of this. The Matrnette drivers already

('liargi'd Maserati in tlie 2,000 c-c. —3,000 <•.<•. class, anil lias born nominated di-iver of this. The Matrnette drivers already

nomi nated are IJ. T. Horton. R. A. Yallop, R, Hall, and (!. K. A. Manby-Colegrave. The only other oars entered in the class with the Magnetics are four Rileys. On' of these will driven by W. R. Baird, well-known Belfast motorist, who will l>c making his first appearance in the
22 August 1933 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A rOB SALE AT OBX SHILLIHO per Pound. BEIT TEA you have seldom tasted even at higher price. No reserve

A rOB SALE AT OBX SHILLIHO per Pound. BEIT TEA you have seldom tasted even at higher price. No reserve

while the stuck lasts. Spot Cash. No Stamps. ROULSTON 81 SMYTH, THE 01HTBAL TEA HOUSE, WILLIAM ST.
22 August 1933 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
E AMUSEMENTS.

E AMUSEMENTS.

T - Maynard and W. B. IT. Wilson, pla , ?'B Mo'id and Kobert, the wooden in" though a shade , f u.; "- ditably
22 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Adventures of the Chums —2 More shocks were in store for Gwen. As as she could move she turned with

Adventures of the Chums —2 More shocks were in store for Gwen. As as she could move she turned with

the Intention hiding behind the big boulder over which she had fallen. But, her surprise, the boulder had disappeared, and there stood two quaint little men. you are the butterfly catcher, are you?'’ said one. You must come along with us. The keeper of the butterflies would like
22 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland