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HOUSES, &c., TO BE LET OR SOLD

HOUSES, &c., TO BE LET OR SOLD

25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANCHOR LINE

ANCHOR LINE

DIRECT SERVICK. BELFAST-NEW TORI. CftOMfOoift ...... Sept. •( ameronia ... Sept. •Caledonia Sept. 16 Transylvania ... Oct. 7 • Calls Boston IONDONOBRRY-NEV TORS. •Tusctoia Aug. 31 *Cameronia ... Sent. 30 •Caledonia Sept. Caledonia Oct. 14 •Can* RdlMOfa Anchor Mne, Fojdsat., Aw.
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fur Trimmed Coats We have now a very large Stock to select from, in all the Newest Shapes, Colourings and

Fur Trimmed Coats We have now a very large Stock to select from, in all the Newest Shapes, Colourings and

Trimmings, which include Persian Lamb, in Nigger and Black, Sable Squirrel, Beaver, Nutria, Opossum, etc. A visit of inspection cordially invited. Prices from 4\ to 35 Guineas. The Ulster Arcade (Brands) Ltd.
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOTORS AND CYCLES

MOTORS AND CYCLES

TTOR Sate. 2 ton Morris Lorry, 1932 model, pJa.o., J. complete with racks. Can be seen J. Sturgeon A Co.. Ltd.; Phone Dromore 42. 0803 ROVER Nine De-Inxe 4-door, 4-sea ter open touring car, excellent condition, taxed, bargain,—oB4B, “News-Letter.**
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLLISIONS AT SEA

COLLISIONS AT SEA

British Appeal For New Convention Succeeds Oslo, Wednesday. The British opposition to-day’s meeting of the International Maritime Committee to the draft convention criminal jurisdiction collision matters was successful in so far as the committee has accepted unanimouely the prop
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIR COMMENT IMPEDED

FAIR COMMENT IMPEDED

Mr. J. R. Scott, of “Mancheiter Guardian,” epeak mg the Institute Journalists' conference Eastbourne, yesterday, on the freedom of the Press, said ** Freedom course can never complete. There are even to-day many restrictions. Moreover, freedom the Press is not concrete thing whi
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOURPENCE IN HER POCKET

FOURPENCE IN HER POCKET

Behind the death Mrs. Jessie Levinia Voss, 45, of Upper Brook Street, Manchester, whose body waa recovered from canal the heart of the city on Tuesday, lies the tragic story of woman’s vain fight against poverty and ill-health. Her husband, Albert Vose, dentist, waa killed when
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Autumn Cloths . Coat NEW DESIGNS AND COLOURINGS Ulster Tweed Fashionable design with contrasting toned fleck. All pun wool. 64lns.

Autumn Cloths . Coat NEW DESIGNS AND COLOURINGS Ulster Tweed Fashionable design with contrasting toned fleck. All pun wool. 64lns.

'Per Yard 7/11 Knop Chevron Diagonal Coating Smart weavt with Baud* Knap, In full rana* of Moton'i fatfUonable thadet. 54 Mil'll Fine velour finish, correct weight for prevailing fashion. shades of fawn, brown and grey, 54 Diagonal Boucle Fancy Chevron In amlrasHne Urtpu woven I
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLASGOW’S FACTION FIGHTS

GLASGOW’S FACTION FIGHTS

Maglttntei and Attack on a Band Strong condemnation of faction fighting which has prevailed; Glasgow recently was voiced by Bailie Matthew Armstrong when he abc young men guilty oi breach the peace the Police Court yeaterday. It was said, purely a case of the fightmg that hod re
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE

ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE

Law List for To-day’s Vacation Sitting Before the Hon. Mr. Justice Megaw (sitting as Vacation Judge), in the Nisi Prius Court, o’clock.—Chancery Division—Motions for the sitting the Court. Motions of course. Summons—Gault and others, deceased—Martin v. Martin. King’s Bench Idfis
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland