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DESPATCHES FROM AND ARRIVALS AT

DESPATCHES FROM AND ARRIVALS AT

COUNTRY BELFAST Aug. Ang. Aug. Aug. Aug. 4.30 p.m. 7. 0 p.m. 7. m. 5 35 p.m. 7. 0 p.m Ang. 25 Aug. 29 Aug. Sopt. 3 Aug. 25
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAN may build huge dykes and dams to alter the course of river flowe, but when Nature takes a hand

MAN may build huge dykes and dams to alter the course of river flowe, but when Nature takes a hand

in the same game ©he alters maps. Nature just now is busy altering the whole course of the Yellow River, in the Gulf of Po. back to its old mouth in the Yellow Seaa trifling diversion of some 250 miles that will alter the Chinese map considerably. This new map-making of Nature r
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
v'BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933 TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST

v'BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933 TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933 TO-DAY'S WEATHER FORECAST S.-E. and B.VW. Ireland—Wind north-west, fresti, strong locally; cloudy; bright intervals; showers or occasional rain; ratner cool, N-B. and N.-W. Ireland—Variable or northerly wind, light or moderate; cloudy; show
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RACE OFFICE OPENED

THE RACE OFFICE OPENED

Captain Phillips’s Views On This Year’s Event SOME BRILLIANT DRIVERS CAPTAIN A. W. PHILLIPS. M.C., Press Secretary, 8.A.C., and Major G. Dixon-Spain, 0.8. E., M.C., arrived in Belfast yesterday, and opened tho Race Office for the Ulster T.T.” at the Grand Central Hotel. the morn
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RHEUMATISM SCOURGE

RHEUMATISM SCOURGE

Plea For Advisory Centres In ** We need rheumatic advisory centres Belfast, wit 1 * convalescent homes attached, ttales Dr. C. S. Thomson (Medical Superintendent Officer Health for the City) in the course cf a report on his visit the bcld Congress cf the Royal Sanitary Institute
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ VICTIM OF ADVERSITY ”

“ VICTIM OF ADVERSITY ”

VICTIM OF ADVERSITY Former Stockbroker Bound Over Freud Charges Said hav* been a stockbroker of considerable means whoso fim waa “hammered/’ Walter Stanley (60), now described a financial sgont, was bound over Mr. Fry Bow Street Felice Court, London, on two cborges of obtainh« Wr
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MALLOW

MALLOW

HANDICAP HURDLE of 60 eovs. One mile and half. 11 llorod’e Fancy, 4 (Mr. P. Walsh) Kirwan 11 2 Betty R, (Mr. D. P. O'Brien) .........;..Owner 10 8 Ballycarron Melody, (Mr. O’Neill) ...Owner 10 2 Poledip, a 'Miss M. M'Donncil) Colbert a_4H-BUTTEVAHT STEEPLECHASE of 60 80V«.; a st
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATUE IM LEICESTER SQUARE, LOHDON. ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF BARON GRANT,

STATUE IM LEICESTER SQUARE, LOHDON. ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF BARON GRANT,

STATUE LEICESTER SQUARE, LOHDON. ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF BARON GRANT, associated non* can tell. all a man could need, fortune, magnificent mansion an amazing collection of works of art, end, wbat was mote, the eeteem and of the country. throw it all away discreditable swindle. A
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWSLETTER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933

BELFAST NEWSLETTER, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1933

GLAMORGAN *. SOMEMEt CardllT. Match drawn. *otf«--, Glamorgan—First innings, 373 for eight declared. Inning*. Lee (J.), J'yson, t Clay Lee (F.l, Clajr » C. C. Caac. It Ciay - Young, st Jenkins, b Olover 21 J. C. White, Clny 11. D. Rerrjnpb, I) Cloy Wollnnl. Olover I. K. Mitcheil
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAGUE

LEAGUE

Collegians’ Heavy Fall Lurgan Collegiana, who are still without tbclr captain, A. C. Douglas, fell heavily Lnrgan where the home side hatted Brat. Bane were difficult obtain, and the total only reached 104. W. Taylor batted splendidly for 38 not ont, but of the others only W. Gr
23 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland