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REMARKABLE CURE REPORTED AT KNOCK

REMARKABLE CURE REPORTED AT KNOCK

MLRACLE AT SHRINE OF OUR LADY. CASE BEING INVESTIGATED. A remarkable cure is reported to have taken place at the little church Knock. County Mayo, on Sunday last. Miss W. Lafferty, Castlerea, who was suffering from a tubercular knee for 14 years, was performing the Stations of t
30 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY

LONDONDERRY

Mr. Ramsay MacDonald, if weather conditions prove favourable, will leave lossiemouth (Elgin) by air to-day for Mountstewart, Co. Down, where he Will spend day or two as the guest of Lord Londonderry. James Boyne (55). a jockey, of R^ mel ton. whilst exercising a pony sudden y fe
30 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH

CHURCH

Mr. John Hill Galbraith, of 22. Hartington Road. Preston. Lancs., who died on Ihe 20th June last, left £1,189 4s 6d, gives two houses in Bay View. Donegal Town, to the Representative Body of the Church of Ireland in trust for the Doengal Tcwn Parish Church, Laghey Parish Church,
30 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TRAITORS

TRAITORS

If history has taught anything it that when men are traitors to their cwn country they will be traitors to one another.— Mr. Stanley Baldwin. VALUE OF THE £ YESTERDAY New' York, Montreal, s d 18 93 19 Brussels Rome, lj Amsterdam, 13 li Copenhagen. 6 Berlin. 13
30 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DRIVER EXONERATED.

DRIVER EXONERATED.

Mr. Keohane asked for a verdict exonerating the driver. The Coroner reminded the jury that all they need find, if they wished, was the cause of death. That was the second fatal accident at the place within twelve months. The jury found a verdict in accordance with the medical ev
30 August 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TELEPHONE: BELFAST 2884.

TELEPHONE: BELFAST 2884.

WILLIAM HINDE, LIMITED, 6, OUEEN’S Q.UAY, BELFAST, IMPORTERS OP ali classes of HOUSE AND STEAM COAL. Sol. Appointed Agent, tor th. Whit.h.v.n Colll.r, Co.. LM. Oor SpoclAllt, continuo. to b. WHITEHAVEN HOUSE COAL °' • h^ . * ,urD * ,,,d
29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHYOK DAM BURSTS.

SHYOK DAM BURSTS.

Floods Not Expected to be Serious. Karachi, Monday. The Shyok Dam is reported to have burst yesterday morning, and flood waters are pouring down, the Indus. News received here states that the floods caused by the bursting of the dam are not serious and that they are not expected
29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Rolle.Kovco, 60’- /4| 59,3 /6 /9 Standard Ord.. 50,9 Tilling (Thomae) Ord., 68 /'3 /6 8, 9 NEWSPAPER SHARES. Allied

Rolle.Kovco, 60’- /4| 59,3 /6 /9 Standard Ord.. 50,9 Tilling (Thomae) Ord., 68 /'3 /6 8, 9 NEWSPAPER SHARES. Allied

Newspapers Ord., 18,- 17/lOj, Amak'. Press Ord. (10/-), 18,- li 17/10^ Assoc. Newspapers Def. (5/-), 18/li /3 lb 17/?i /10i Daily Mail Trust Ord., 5/- /7i 6/« “Daily Mirror” Ord. (s>-), 12/- “ Sunday Pictorial ” Ord., 32,'6 GRAMOPHONES. Ac. Cole (E. K.) Ord. (5;-), 6/- lb /24 /l
29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IP® o ** TUESDAY, AUGUST 1933,

IP® o ** TUESDAY, AUGUST 1933,

29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHANDON PARK GOLF CLUB, LIMITED. OPEN MIXED FOURSOMES. OWING TO THE T.T. MOTOR RACE TAKING PLACE SATURDAY, 2nd September, THIS

SHANDON PARK GOLF CLUB, LIMITED. OPEN MIXED FOURSOMES. OWING TO THE T.T. MOTOR RACE TAKING PLACE SATURDAY, 2nd September, THIS

COMPETITION HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY, 16th SEPTEMBER. SAMUEL NEVIN, Hon. Secy.
29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland