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“CORK EXAMINER” REPORT.

“CORK EXAMINER” REPORT.

Dealing with the same matter on Friday the “Cork Examiner,” the leading otgan of Cumann na nGaedheal in Munster, wrote: '•Conversations are at present taking place between Cumann na nGaedheal and the Centre Party with the object of banging about a fusion of the two organisations
28 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
VIEWS. FIDES SERVICE DESPATCHES FOR Tffi PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH.

VIEWS. FIDES SERVICE DESPATCHES FOR Tffi PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH.

HAPPY COINCIDENCES IN CANADIAN BISHOP'S CONSECRATION. 30 years ago a missionary in the forgotten lands of the Artie North wrote to his sister. “Take good care of little Martin because some day I will make him my curate.” The words havfe proved prophetic, since, on June 29, Bisho
28 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BRIGHT YOUTH

BRIGHT YOUTH

The Lawyer—So your aunt has left you a thousand pounds. What are you going to do with it? Bright Youth—l’m going to do nothing with it.
28 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
GRINNERS AND GROANERS

GRINNERS AND GROANERS

An optimist is one who hops out of bed on a cold morning, saying ' Well, old bed. I’ll be back to you in seventeen hours. A pessimist is one who hops into bed, saying, ‘Gee. up again in seven hours.” John 'Bonner. Wellington Street. Derry, a commission agent. was admitted to the
28 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WHAT A HOPE !

WHAT A HOPE !

Sir Knight and Bro. the Rev. J. S. Pooler, who presided at Lisburn, said "if the time should come when the people of the South were willing to sing ‘God Save the King’ and prove themselves to be loyal to King George and the British Constitution, it would be time enough then for
28 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE OPERA HOUSE.

THE OPERA HOUSE.

Judging by the crowded audiences which were present at the Opera House on Monday and last nights to witness the screening of "If I Had a Million.” this super-production should continue attract large crowds for the remaining nights of the week. Fifteen of the world’s greatest sta
23 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ST. COLUMB S HALL.

ST. COLUMB S HALL.

Joe. E Brown, that most popular of comedians. is featured in "you Said a Mouthful." which heads attractive programme at St. Columb's Hall all this week. The picture was screened on Monday and last nights, and provoked roars of laughter from the overflow' audiences. Brown has nev
23 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

Business was on a smaller scale in the Belfast Exchange yesterday. Home Government Stocks, however, were fairly active, 31 per cent. War Loan was done at 99J and 993, also at 100 and 1003. 4 per cent. Consols at 1073. 31 per cent. Conversion Loan at 100, and Nelson Steam Debentu
23 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BROMORE PUBLICAN PROSECUTED STOOL OSED TO FEED PIGS. DISPUTE BETWEEN SiSTERS-IN-LAW. Limavady Petty Sessions yesterday, before Mr. R. W. Glass,

BROMORE PUBLICAN PROSECUTED STOOL OSED TO FEED PIGS. DISPUTE BETWEEN SiSTERS-IN-LAW. Limavady Petty Sessions yesterday, before Mr. R. W. Glass,

R.M., and Capt, H. R. Jones, R.M., captam Creery, D. 1., summoned Mrs OaiUiey, Uiomore, lor canyiiig the Duiiness grocer in the same genuses ao the on-licence carrlea ner, there oemg no structure separating the businesses: ana lor storing in the kitchen certain intoxicating Uciu
23 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
). I. MXLAFFERTY & SONS, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, (0, WELLINGTON STREET, DERRI, and 19, DUKE STREET, WATERSIDE. Thone— Derry 823. All

). I. MXLAFFERTY & SONS, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, (0, WELLINGTON STREET, DERRI, and 19, DUKE STREET, WATERSIDE. Thone— Derry 823. All

Orders receive our personal attention.
23 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland