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BABBITS IN GLENDUN

BABBITS IN GLENDUN

Fanners “Warn Off" Poachers and Trespassers Large parties of young men—as many as fifty a time—have travelled from Larne, Ballymena and other centres to Glendun and Cushleake districts, near Cushendnn, to attack the rabbits which were reported last week to be doing extensive dam
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLERAINE DEFEAT DERRY

COLERAINE DEFEAT DERRY

At Coleraine, in the Provincial Towns’ League, Coleraine defeated Derry by shots. Skips and scores—Coleraine—B. F. M‘Oartney, 28; T. J. Martin. 16; R. J. Finlay, 34; J. A. Love, 19—total. 97. Derry—J. F. Wands, 12; J. F. Brown, 26; J. M‘Nee. senr., 12; R. M*Donnell, 13—total. 63
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ISLE OF MAN SAILINGS BELFAST TO DOUGLAS— AUGUST: Friday, 25th, 450 p.m. ; Monday, 28th, 4-50 p.m. ; Thursday. 51st,

ISLE OF MAN SAILINGS BELFAST TO DOUGLAS— AUGUST: Friday, 25th, 450 p.m. ; Monday, 28th, 4-50 p.m. ; Thursday. 51st,

4-30 ro. DOUGLAS TO BELFAST-AUGUST: Friday, 25th. 8-50 a.m.; Monday. 28th, 8-30 a.m.; Thursday, .51st, 8-30 a.m. Calling Ramsay (weather permitting). Ticketa Now Sale. W. E. WILLTAMES & CO..
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GIVING AWAY MANGLES

GIVING AWAY MANGLES

THE NEWSPAPER “WAR” Folly of the Fight for Biggest Circulation
22 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WREATHS

WREATHS

BOUQUETS of Choice Natural Flowers I— For Weddings and Presentations COLLINS & SHIELDS, 23, QUEEN’S ARCADE, Donegal! Place. (Afterbugtn^»°hou^ Phone692s*
28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST FRUITS OF THE HARVEST

FIRST FRUITS OF THE HARVEST

Sheaves of corn exhibited by Mr. C; F. Hamilton Donaghcloney) with which gained two Ist prizes at Waringstown Flower Show Saturday.
28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
decoyed

decoyed

. had evidently come to tbs conc-awoD thst this wa« rose put them off the Mr. O’Duffy, sod instead of followins «»y car, they want high speed *]»• road to Crooks town. ■the detectives found them selves in a dilemma. o«d was so narrow that was JfnpostiWc to turn back. They jumped
28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DE VALERA’S POLICY

DE VALERA’S POLICY

Mr. De Valera made definite declaration of his policy when he said he would not, disband the I.R.A. until the whole of Ireland became republic. The Sir Knights would remind Mr. Valera that his declaration might like some of his promises, pie-crusts, made to broken—for instance,
28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORE AUSTRALIAN WOOL

MORE AUSTRALIAN WOOL

Sales for Season Represent Over £31,000,000 Australian wool sales for the 1932-33 season, which closed on June 30, reached a new record. Total sales, including the carry-over from the previous season, amounted to 3,000,075 kalesan increase of 317,962 hales since last season, and
28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEK CLASSIC JANET WILL LEW GAYNOR ROGERS AYRES SALLY EILERS AND ALL STAR CAST in "STATE FAIR

WEEK CLASSIC JANET WILL LEW GAYNOR ROGERS AYRES SALLY EILERS AND ALL STAR CAST in "STATE FAIR

28 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland