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CLAY CROSS CAMPAIGN

CLAY CROSS CAMPAIGN

Mr. Henderson and Other Candidates Busy AH three candidates in the Clay Cross byelection—Mr. Arthur Henderson (Labour), Mr, John Moores (National), and Mr. H. Pollitt (Communist) —were active yesterday. Mr. Henderson, speaking at Blackwell last night, said that Labour was determ
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATION IN GERMANY

SITUATION IN GERMANY

Prague, "Wednesday. After a long, and in parts stormy, session, M. Leo Motzkin, of Paris, was elected President of the Zionist Congress. There are three Socialists and three general Zionists on the presiding committee. Labour gained its first victory on a direct vote of Congress
24 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUTSIDE UNITED STATES MARKETS

OUTSIDE UNITED STATES MARKETS

Kansas City.—WHEAT easy, with spot I*2C. and futures 3c. to cheaper. No. Hard Water, gnot. 86hc. Closing opttons-Sept.. BH4C.; Dec. Rt. weak, wfth sc. and loture. 2I»C. to 3c. lower. No. 2 Red Winter, spot, 86c. Closing options—Sept.. 861 ac Dec.. 8914 c. Minneapolis.—WHEAT easy
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
edge may be drawn together by ribbon bows, to a point at the back, or left open, or filled in

edge may be drawn together by ribbon bows, to a point at the back, or left open, or filled in

with a ruffled ribbon crest. The vogue for softer outlines has developed very adaptable materials. The 'new felts and taupes are miraculously supple. Taupes vie with velvet for the supremacy of the “dressy mode, and they will probably win, for they will make more of a change fro
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

ISO. FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C.. Thursday Night Gold Booms »nd kept the bell in hie bend. So the •• no ball . , , , which was called did not counU Off a ' Normally this time the year the Stock ball •• f Oover, Holmes gave catch to Exchange is at its slackest, but this August bri
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEALTH PROBLEMS OF BELFAST MEDICAL OFFICER S REPORT City Remarkably Free From Slums SMALL HOUSES REQUIRED IN bis annual report

HEALTH PROBLEMS OF BELFAST MEDICAL OFFICER S REPORT City Remarkably Free From Slums SMALL HOUSES REQUIRED IN bis annual report

lor 1932, which wag issued yesterday, Dr. 0. S. Thomson, Medical Superintendent Officer; of Health for Belfast, comments upon important questions affecting the well, being of the general community. He, refers the prevalence of mosquitoes, with their tormenting attentions, and gi
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOLDIER BOUND OVER

SOLDIER BOUND OVER

Charged With Attempting to Commit Sotolde Private William Warlingham (20), of the Ist Battalion Green Howards, stationed at Aidershot, whi>se home is at South Shields, was bound over for two years at Faruham, yesterday, on charge of attempting to commit euicidie taking a quantit
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BATED BY MOTORIST

BATED BY MOTORIST

“I did so,” said Mr. Mullens, “and the motorist drove away at high speed, soon outdistancing tbe bees, but even then there were a number in my clothes.” The motorist took Mr. Mullens to doctor, who dressed his stings and found that had been stung over one hundred times Ga the he
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAUGHT IN TRAMWAY POINTS

CAUGHT IN TRAMWAY POINTS

A Liverpool Woman’s Ordeal Anfield (Liverpool) woman, Mrs. Elizabeth Cairns, aged 59, bad alarming experience yesterday when crossing the tramlines at the junction of Eirkdale Hoad and Great Homer Street. tramcar was approaching, the heel of one of Mrs. Cairns’s shoes became tra
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ISLE OF MAN SWEEPSTAKE

ISLE OF MAN SWEEPSTAKE

Deemster Refuses Petition For More Speedy Trial Deemster Farrant, in the Isle of Man Court, at Douglas, decided that he had not power to order more speedy trial of the charges made by the Crown against the Isle of Man Endowment Comnany for promoting lottery on the Cesarewitcb. T
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland