Sefton—ln ever-lovin* and cherished memory Burton Sefton, 23rd August, 1921. St. Aubyn’s, Malone, Belfast. Shew— ln loving and treasured memory of Robert Patterson Shaw, who entered into rest on 23rd August, 1931. 85, Marlborough Park North.
Trainer’s Reassuring Statement: About St. Leger Colt The adverse rumours in circulation on Monday concerning Hyperion, the St. favourite, when certain bookmakers were ansi* ous to lay against him were dispelled yesterday by the colt’s trainer, the Hon. George Lambion, when inter
Belfast Visit of Singapore Representatives WELCOMED BY LORD MAYOR Having reached Belfast by the Heysham reamer yesterday morning a short visit to r;>;er, prior to taking part Boys’ Brigade juhlee celebrations at Glasgow 9th September. Corporal Tan Keng Kang, of the Ist Singapore
A Mile Walk For Holidaymakers A pier tramcar came off the rails near the head Southend Pier, yesterday, and traffic the lines was delayed for an hour and a half. Over one hundred people who were at the end of the pier listening to the band concert, bad to walk to the shore, dist
A number of Belfast chemists were fined at the Summons Court yesterday for failing to comply with the Shops Early Closing Order. They were—Robert W. hrKnlght, Carlisle Circus (20s) ; William Esler, Howard Street (2s 6d) ; Alfred Stevenson, Limited, Dublin Road (ss); Abraham J. M
The Horticultural piety’s Competitions LIST OF PRIZE-WINNERS The results of apple otchard compel itiooe in Nett ri» IrelanJ, irowoted iho Ulster Horticultursl Society, were announced the annual roceiing held the offices of Messrs, rt. J. Winter & Co., Howard Street. Belfast, yes
Several important recommendations ol the Superintendent Medical Officer of Health (Or. C. S. Thomson, M.R.C.P.) were discussed by the Public Health Committee of the Belfast Corporation yesterday. Alderman Or. J. O. Williamson presided. Or. Thomson reported that he had received d