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YOUTH LEFT IN CHARGE OF IT

YOUTH LEFT IN CHARGE OF IT

THIEVES ESCAPE IN CAL A box containing one cwt. of gold, worth approximately £15,000, was stolen to-day from a van in Wilson Street, Gray's Inn Road, London. When a railway delivery vehicle was delivering goods a youth had been left in charge of it. He was inside the van when su
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RO LIVE BS P O IG N S S Every Friday. at 12 o'clock. The arrangement of selling pigs on

RO LIVE BS P O IG N S S Every Friday. at 12 o'clock. The arrangement of selling pigs on

Tbersdry is now terminated, and will be continued each Fridays before. Your consignment will be carefully banded by us. and top market prices obtained. Mimes 4021 2. JOHN ROBSON. Ltd. Wires: "Robson, Belfast." Stewart St.,
31 October 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY FURNISHED HOUSES

CITY FURNISHED HOUSES

four large wcll-furnlshH rooms and 1' wcuflery. uouili. Address here.-M-3.. ler." Lei velf-conlftinefl Furnished Hat. ceiilrul post-1 Una.- Apply 5. Shaftesbury bnuaro.
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY CHAT

CITY CHAT

President Roosevelt’s Latest Decision (From special London, Monday Evening. anticipated, now tranepireß that President Roosevelt's Sling of U.S.A internal gold prico was only preliminary to attempt control the world price. His decision, announced this morning, to authorise ,h ''
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TBLeORaPHS AND ret ft PHONES

TBLeORaPHS AND ret ft PHONES

A Wlesa 75U - UlMarconl 11 loi 2 12'4i2 Do. % 25U 25*4 + l ® -Hj Do. 11 iil 12 IDo Marine 2'l6k lh Glulic Tel 1014 1034 Corp. 712 4. Ut. North. 52 8 MOTURB AND CYCLES A Min 66 0 670 + 1/5 Napier 2 /100 27/9 28 , 3+41j Rolls R. 71/0 Do. 20% 25 6 26/3- Rover 6 2 2 |-ll • H-'Mils 2
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRODUCE

PRODUCE

LONDON SUGAR.— "nly quiet trade demand at unaltered prices. Foreign 96 per cent. j Kov.-Dec. to the UK. quoted Ss o.J.f. 'lcruiioai slow. Dec sold at 5s 03d. May sid per cwt- Latest - Terminal Dec. sold , sH 5s to 5a 32d. August 5s Bjd. Deo. 6s Oid. LONDON COFFEE AND , A, C chan
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INDO-JAPANESE TALKS

INDO-JAPANESE TALKS

New Delhi, Monday The question the tariff on colttextiles has been settled the oftif,. Indian and Japanese delegations to il cotton talks, who met here to-day for first time since the adjournment Simla.. The tariff will be 50 per ce.v ad valorem on most qualities cow, textiles,
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYWOOD LOCAL ASSOCIATION

HOLYWOOD LOCAL ASSOCIATION

£?.r Robert Kennedy. K.C.M.G., criticised recr'.e in Holvtvood for tbeir apathy towards the Scout movenuent when presided last at the annual meeting of the Holywood District Boy Scouts’ Local Association, which was held at the headquarters, Ean Hill, Sir Robert, who takes a prac
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Worth Noting DVRISG the winter if is j good plan rub over the hfjft of chairs tit/ with. linseed oil.

Worth Noting DVRISG the winter if is j good plan rub over the hfjft of chairs tit/ with. linseed oil.

Then if they arc drawn up very near the fire there will he less tendency for the woodwork to scorch. This is specially necessary in the case of polished woodwork. AX ordinary darning needle can be used to sharpen blunt scissors. Simply hold the needle in the open fork of the sci
31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I SAY

I SAY

31 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland