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L'7IIATES wante4 Littetrie Wiring •1,4 Liab this .. • light. Partteol•ro to 800 ottSo.

L'7IIATES wante4 Littetrie Wiring •1,4 Liab this .. • light. Partteol•ro to 800 ottSo.

28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH REGIONAL (276.4 ■).

SCOTTISH REGIONAL (276.4 ■).

3-15--The Scottish Studio Orchestra. directed by Guy Daises; Stuart White (bantone). 448—Daventry. 8-15—The children's hour. S36—Birthdays, 84—Weather forecast. r'f. 11-30—Daventry. 84—North Regiu. nal Programme. 8-10—Weather forecast. et r. 104—A recital of gramophone records.
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COATS IN LIDO ELtE.

COATS IN LIDO ELtE.

It is a curious point that heavy costal are among the Arst fashions to be launched upon • curious public. As the summin season advances and as the days begin to grow chill, frocks of voile, organdie, cotton and other heatless materials disappear from the streets, and woolly suit
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEARS NATIONALIST BADGE.

WEARS NATIONALIST BADGE.

SPEAKER'S FREE STATE ALLUSION. Don Ramon Peres de Ayala, Ambassador to the Court of St. Jimes, sat in the shadow of the Wallace Monument at Elderslie on Saturday wearing the badge of the National Party of Scotland and listening to speakers sound a call for unity in the Scottish
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FIRST MINISTER.

THE FIRST MINISTER.

The first minister of nrookvale, Dr. Little stated, was Rev. James Patterson, who came from Scotland and was ordained in 1834. He left for Richhill in 1838 and died in 1847. Following a vacancy of two 'years Rev. John Carey, first minister of 'Albany. was installed in Brookvale
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SMILING CYCLIST AT DUNGANNON SESSIONS. TWO RILE CASES D!SNISSED.

THE SMILING CYCLIST AT DUNGANNON SESSIONS. TWO RILE CASES D!SNISSED.

it Dungannon Petty Sessions. toslay— Colonel R.& Howard. J.P.. presiding -Mary Devlin. Eskragh. was summoned for basing sweetatilk g per rent. deficient in fats. Defendant said the milk was sold as at tame from the cows. Mrs. Mary Oribhen. Perry Street. Dungannon. was summoned f
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COAL PRICES THIS DAY. Harcourt Coal 49/-; Diamond Coal 45/-; English Kitchen Coal 42/-•. Scotch Arley Coal 36/-• Scotch Kitchen

COAL PRICES THIS DAY. Harcourt Coal 49/-; Diamond Coal 45/-; English Kitchen Coal 42/-•. Scotch Arley Coal 36/-• Scotch Kitchen

Coal 32/-•. Harcourt Nuts 48/- Diamon d Nuts 43/-; Harcourt Slack 36/-. Steam Slack for backing Fires, 28/, F. E. HARCOURT & CO., LTD., 41 High Street. Telephone 6789. Delivery to the country et small extra charge._
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
L•M•S• SUNDAY SAILING .from BELFAST to HEYSHAM 3rd September at 9-15 p.m. FAST TRAINS TO AND FROM PRINCIPAL STATIONS. Excursion

L•M•S• SUNDAY SAILING .from BELFAST to HEYSHAM 3rd September at 9-15 p.m. FAST TRAINS TO AND FROM PRINCIPAL STATIONS. Excursion

Tickets Issued. Special Facilities for Motor Cars. L M S OFFICE, II /13 DONEGALL PLACE, BELFAST.
28 August 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHAFTESIURY. 15«: ST. JAMKI’t GATE. 9J.

SHAFTESIURY. 15«: ST. JAMKI’t GATE. 9J.

Shaftet > irv defeated 9t. .larr*«'e Gate in Dublin Saturdi. 57 *hot*. Skip# and rink tcora# &ha!te*lvir%--E ?4; C. CTe«aon, 32: W. A'low Za: J. Downing, IS; W. Scott, 17; and C. Curr. »i, Vi. St. .1 a s'.*;e 11. Kithardson, 14, F. (Gillen, 2ft, t, Tait, 1/; ingtoQ. H. Saiiaburj
28 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUSHENOALL BEAT 6LENARM.

CUSHENOALL BEAT 6LENARM.

A team representing Glenarm Club met the Cushendali Club team on the Cushendall links on Saturday, when the home players won by eight points to four.
28 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland