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ANTRIM STAKES—538 Yard*

ANTRIM STAKES—538 Yard*

ANTRIM STAKES —538 Yard* VENUS DP, MILO (J). Mr. H. Skelton 5-4 2 REVERSAL (3L Mr. MTann 5-1 Aleo—Dashing Rill (41. third; Malayan Flag (2), and Maxwell's Walla Relting—s-4 Venus de Milo, 5-2 Dashing Rill. 5-1 Reversal, 7-1 others. Distance; distance; 31.00 f«c«.
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CRAIN

CRAIN

LONDON (Marti Lane).— There was good attendance of buyere tbo week’s opening market and moderate trade passed. Prices were firm (o dearer following higher c.i.f. offers. WHEAT firmer No. l Northern Manitoba ehlp 3d, Atlantic SOs, No.. 2 (Vancouver) 29s 3d, Atlantic 29s 3d. No. (
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST ROTARY CLUB

BELFAST ROTARY CLUB

Enjoyable Literary and Musical Programme A large gathering, which included a number of ladies, was present the luncheon meeting of the Belfast Rotary Club in the Grand Central Hotel yesterday, when literary and musical selections were a feature of the proceedings. The President,
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY MAYO FLOOD TERROR

COUNTY MAYO FLOOD TERROR

All Grope In Rtier Valleys Ruined Rain fell in deluge on Sunday from midday to midnight in Erris.(County Mayo), and all crops •long the rivers have been ruined. Glenamoy Bridge was swept away, dislocating traffic between and Ballycastle. Muingnabo Bridge was also demolished, cut
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE GOLD BOOM

THE GOLD BOOM

Frenzied Gambling On Johannezbnrg Market '■'l where gambler! speculating « further rlee in the price gold bought I,fav yeaterday, mod the morning w, ' ® the Stock Exchange opened. The price g°i<i ie n«ng slightly Amsterdem, end • finenetel authorities are watching the the dollar
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEST BROMWICH MURDER

THE WEST BROMWICH MURDER

Police Search For Metal-worker’s Mysterious Assailant till late last night no arrest had been made in connection with the mysterious murder Charles William Fox (24). metal strip cutter, of Moor Street, West Bromwich, Birmingham, who was stabbed to death at his home the early hou
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMATEUR LEAGUE

AMATEUR LEAGUE

Meeting* of the First and Second Divisions meeting Division the Northern Ameteur League held Uet evening the C.LY.M.S. room*, Belfaet, Mr. T. K. M'AUieter presiding, the eeeretary. Hr. W. elated that had reeeived letter from the Ulster Rangers Club intimating the with drawal the
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH LEAGUE

ENGLISH LEAGUE

Slvlalon I, „3 MtddWbro* City 4 Shfflirlrf SlieWpld WednMdajr ... Art Vlll» a S '* * Division 11. Fulbam 1 a MUw.ll 3 ggSgSw ? Oldham Atbietlo 1 Soutbamplcn I Pori V.l; 4 , 1 Preston North End IJuniVy -j DMilan in. (SoutlMm) Cardiff Rigdingr Cki plon Orient NertMrl OoJDlj I.nlon
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. RANCOR’S PROGRAMME of entebtainments On WEDNESDAY. 30th AUGUST. CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE. ASSEMBLING OF CARS ON SEA

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY. RANCOR’S PROGRAMME of entebtainments On WEDNESDAY. 30th AUGUST. CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE. ASSEMBLING OF CARS ON SEA

FRONT FROM 3-0 p.m. ONWARDS. GRAND NIGHT PAGEANT IN CASTLE GROUNDS—7-30 til! 10-30 pjn. by Combined Bands of the Ist Battalion THE BORDER REGIMENT. MAGNIFICENT FIREWORKS DISPLAY By the STANDARD CO.. LTD. BETUBN FARE JI. THIRD CLASS. Ist Class 2/- 2nd Class IV. Trains Dulls.t at
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNCAIRN HURDLES—43S Yard*

DUNCAIRN HURDLES—43S Yard*

1 CYPRIAN (4). Mr. B. D. Beet 4-5 2 Rowland's gill (d. t. Neiii 6-i Also—Moorland Hope (6), third; and Zoom (3). Betting—s-4 on Cyprian, 5-2 agst Moorland Hope, 5-1 Zoom, 6-1 Rowland’s GUI, 51.; 3; 27.10 secs. DUNMORE STAKES—43S Yards THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR (4), Mr. Patton 9-2 2 DA
30 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland