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UNITED STATES PRODUCE

UNITED STATES PRODUCE

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31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FISHERWICK CHURCH, BELFAST music master at Cook3town Ladies’ School, Lisburn Friends’ School and Campbell College, Belfast. Mr. Forster succeeds Mr.

FISHERWICK CHURCH, BELFAST music master at Cook3town Ladies’ School, Lisburn Friends’ School and Campbell College, Belfast. Mr. Forster succeeds Mr.

Thomas Crowe, who was 44 years organist and choirmaster of Fisherwick congregation. enters upon this important appointment with the highest credentials, including a strong recommendation from the world-famous Ulster musician. Sir Hamilton Appointment as Organist and Choirmaster
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH REGIONAL—376.4 Metres

SCOTTISH REGIONAL—376.4 Metres

10-16-Service. 10 30-11-20 and 11-30-12-0 Daventry. 12.0—Scottish Studio Orchestra; Ena Gordon (contralto!, and Kenneth Anderson (violin). 1-15 —See North Regional. 2-35—For the Schools • Rending Test. 2-40—3 s—Elementary French: Monsieur Jean-Jacques ObciUn. 3-10- English Liter
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BANK BUILDINGS THE METHODIST CHURCH

THE BANK BUILDINGS THE METHODIST CHURCH

Belfast Ministers’ Meeting The first meeting of tbe session of Belfast Methodist ministers took place yesterday afternoon in the Kcr Memorial Hall. The Rev. F. E. Harte, M.A., presided, and tbe business was introduced the Rev. A. Harbinson, 8.A., and tbe Rev. A. W. Gamble. A let
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Coal for the Poor

Coal for the Poor

The opening of the Belfast Coal Relief Fund comes as a reminder —if others were wanting—that the winter upon us. As the Lord Mayor pointed out yesterday at the meeting which had convened, this Fund was first established in 1852, and has, therefore, attained the dignity of an oct
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Bacon Board Chairman

Bacon Board Chairman

When asked last evening for his views the Government’s loan offer, Mr. K. D. L. Sinclair (chairman the Bacon Marketing Board) stated that the offer would be considered the Board a meeting to-day. the meantime sufficient details (be terms of the loan were not avail, able, and be
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH AIR ACE KILLED

FRENCH AIR ACE KILLED

'Plane Crashes on to Wooded Plateau Paris, Monday. Captain de Yerneuilb, the French acc, who accompanied M. Pierre Cot, the French Air Minister to Russia recently, was killed in a crash Blaisy-Haut to-day together with his mechanic and wireless operator. Piloting the ’plane “Bia
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CLASSIC CINEMA

THE CLASSIC CINEMA

Since the local Watch Committee caused the withdrawal of his picture. ** Frankenstein,’’ any Boris Karloff film will be sought out those Belfast film-goers who delight in horrors. Karloff is starred The Ghoul this week, Tory with strong resemblance to that of Tbe Mummy. 1 Again
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Reviews of Current Literature under the title of a. fl Do you read tlie article ® BOOKS OF THE WEEK

Reviews of Current Literature under the title of a. fl Do you read tlie article ® BOOKS OF THE WEEK

• gBS Appear every THURSDAY in the Belfast News-Letter.' ul to the experienced o' TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1933 LOOK OUT FOR THE SALES BY AUCTION SALES BY AUCTION HOTELS AND BOARDING-HOUSES p———“THE HILL FARM “ BALLYBLACK. CO. ALLAMS—HORSES. (4 MILKS NIiWTOWNAEDS), I | A j r> • O '
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MATROX FUR COUNTY TYRONE SANATORIUM. DUNGANNON SALARY £l2O, RISING TO £130; WITH Apartmcnfs, Rations and Annual Uniform Allowance of £7.

MATROX FUR COUNTY TYRONE SANATORIUM. DUNGANNON SALARY £l2O, RISING TO £130; WITH Apartmcnfs, Rations and Annual Uniform Allowance of £7.

For full particulars, apply to Dr. R. IT. C. LYONS. Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. Applications to he received on or before the 23nl November, 1933. By Order. ARTHUR H. COOTE, Secretary. Tyrone Tuberculosis Committee.
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland