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MARRIAGES. HARBISON

MARRIAGES. HARBISON

ELLIOTT September 20, 1933, at Castlereagb Presbyterian Church, bv the Kev. b. Gordon Young, 8.A., assisted by the Rev. D. D. Boyle, M.A., John, only son of Mr. John Jiarbison, J.P., ami Mrs. Uarbison, Ivanmount, Bryansbnrn Road, Biingor, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John Elli
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLASSIC; "ZOO IN BUDAPEST.

CLASSIC; "ZOO IN BUDAPEST.

the first feature j)ro<hiction proved n- with patrons. TJene .~.. tta Young are the starred Die picture is an unusual cornbinah«“autitul love story and legitimate ini thrills, and with the building tip t these two contrasting themes have
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALE OF PEDIGREE PIGS,

SALE OF PEDIGREE PIGS,

All arrancemonts axe now completed for the great sale of pure-bred breeding pigs Balmoral Show Grounds to-morrow and buyers w II have every opjwrtunity to view the pigs thoroughly in the spacious Londonderry Ball prior to the sale, which is limed to e'ormnence at 12.30 o’clock.
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
475 . 13*950 0s 9d

475 . 13*950 0s 9d

475 . 13*950 277 22.»0 423 ... 4.7t<j Os ULSTER FAIRS. (Estimated Prices Live Stock Reported to the Ministry of Agriculture.) ANTR lli. Sept. 28 —This was vcrv amall lair for the time of th« year, and was chiefly composed of about store rattle a« against 240 at the August fair. T
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POPULAR AFTERNOON EXCURSIONS

POPULAR AFTERNOON EXCURSIONS

WEDNESDAY, 4th OCTOBER, SATURDAY, 7th OCTOBER. SUNDAY, Bth OCTOBER. From BELFAST Road Station) to and PORTSTKVVART Station By 2>15 p.m. train, returning at j 8-30 p.m. (Portstewart Station 8-39 p.m.) | (2 t class.) Tickets are valid for return on day of issue and only issued sub
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHIE PARNELL and ALFRED ZEITLIN

ARCHIE PARNELL and ALFRED ZEITLIN

Present The Romantic Musical Play, •THE DUBARRY.” The Sensational Musical Success from His Majesty’s Theatre, London. Prices line. Taxi. D- to 4i9. Booking Office, daily, to 10. ’Phone 1142. Next Week—Twice Nightly, “THE SPICE OF PARIS.”
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH (York Street)

ST. PAUL’S CHURCH (York Street)

The eightj-second anni services in connection with St. Paul’s Church (rector, Rev. C. H. P. Lyndon, M.A., Mil.) were held Sunday, and were well a’- tonded. The Ciirl Guides and Boys’ Brigade paraded. The reetor of the parish had for the special preachers the Dean of Belfast, Ver
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MORE APPROPRIATE.

MORE APPROPRIATE.

hen the pioceedmgs opened yesterday. Mr. (ieoghegan, K.C., prosecuting, said the statement that the speech made Mr. Valera in Dundalk had reference the Military Tribunal case was untrue and without foundation of anv sort. Mr. Lavery, who made the charge on Saturday, said he thou
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PLEA FOR TOLERATION

PLEA FOR TOLERATION

Mr. I>e Valera, Limerick yesterday, said; We can in various ways help promote the welfare of our country, and one of the ways in which we can best serve the nation is having toleration for the views of each other By having toleration for those with whom cannot agree is one the b
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXECUTIVE CRITICISED.

EXECUTIVE CRITICISED.

Mr. .T. Freedman (Shoreditch) complained that candidate had not been adopted oppose Mr. Thomas at Derby. Have we still got a sentiment for the great Jimmy? ' askod. Mr. W. R. Raynes, former M P. for Derby, replied : The party is very much concerned about Mr. Thomas. We want to s
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland