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GENERAL Servant, over (Protestant) wanted for Bangor: family two ladie©.— Apply Titus. “Nows-Lelter." RELIABLE CooktJeneml (Protestant) wanted for Bangor; good

GENERAL Servant, over (Protestant) wanted for Bangor: family two ladie©.— Apply Titus. “Nows-Lelter." RELIABLE CooktJeneml (Protestant) wanted for Bangor; good

wngi-e £27.—T1044. Letter.’* WANTED General, plain cook: tmiel well Apply any evening. Kina..!. Becchlands, Malone. WANTED respectable young Girl for houseworK doily -, must nave experience ami good rolorenees; no washing; University district. here.—lioso.
28 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The above have arrived

The above have arrived

12 Brienz, 7 (Mr. G. Bceby 12 o Inverse. 7 (Lady Lindsay) ...... Private 11 13 Copper Court a (Mre. Webster) „.... Ireland 11 13 Coolayna, & (Mrs. Wellesley) Ireland 10 15 Killadoon, TO (Lt.-Col. Tweedte) Wight 10 13 Ottawa. 9 tMr. Alvarez) Itimcll 10 11 Clear Note. 7 (Mr. Hollo
28 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUNMORE PARK—GREYHOUND RAGING

DUNMORE PARK—GREYHOUND RAGING

TO-NIGHT. FIRST RACE 8 WR. DUNMORE AUTUMN HANDICAP PncOT of Admi#»ion2/4 (Ladies 1/-), 1/- (Ino. Tax), and 6d. Xdminlon BlgbU DUNMORE PARK GREYHOUND RACING DUNMOHE HANDICAP HUDDLE CUP. 435 YARDS (WITH 10 YARDS LIMIT). Confined to Does which have raced in Belfast during the prese
28 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE

H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE

It is learned that he will travel as ordinary passenger in one of the liners, and will take only a small staff with him. Kis trip will be arranged so that he will arrive in the Union after tbo opening of th-j South African Parliament, which will take place during the last ten da
28 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MASTER OF SEMPILL

THE MASTER OF SEMPILL

other, Mr. Charles Dolfuss, of Paris, who came over the Zeppelin with the Master of Sempill, escaped serious injuries. Mr. Dolfuse and tlio Master of Sempill came to Chicago what they said was " secret mission.’ The accident lias not unnaturally led to tho belied that they might
28 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the oil market BELFAST STO

the oil market BELFAST STO

REVIEW OF THE WEEK’S DEALINGS Dull conditions prevailed on our local market this week, and business was moderate scale. The 3J per cent. War Loan opened at 101 515, 7d5. easing to 101, 101 i, i. and was done at 101 5-16. 3-16, 515, closing at 101 J, j,. The per cent. Conversion
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
October 20 October 19

October 20 October 19

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21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOTEL PRICES

HOTEL PRICES

Sir Francis Towle and Question of Cutting At the annual conference of the Hotels and Restaurants Association of Great Britain, at Brighton yesterday, Sir Francis Towle, m discussion ti e cutting of hotel prices, said that the public were being led to believe that hotel prices co
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pork Trade Crisis 7 A Bullock China Shop .. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin In Belfast 7 Steamer Founders . .

Pork Trade Crisis 7 A Bullock China Shop .. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin In Belfast 7 Steamer Founders . .

7 Ulster Prize-Winners in Duke of Atholl's Fund 7 Attorney-General and Belfast Murders 7 The New Maternity Hospital 10 Education In Ulster 11 Philharmonic Soc'ety Concert 5 Londonderry Relief Workers ... Famous Mansion Damaged by Fire 11 Reichstag Fire Trial ..... 11 The Shipbui
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY’S WEATHER FORECAST

TO-DAY’S WEATHER FORECAST

All Ireland—Moderate east wind; fair; moderate temperature- Provisional Forecast for Sunday—Similar condi- tions. General Inference—-Weather ill mainly cloudy, with local drizzle in eastern dis-
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland