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BELFAST LADDER ACCIDENT.

BELFAST LADDER ACCIDENT.

Thomas Quinn, aged 73, of T/Ostic iftroot, Belfast, was admitted to the Royal Victoria Hospital last eveninj; suffering from a fracture of the ribs and other injuries. It was stated that he fell from a ladder at the Wolfhill Spuming Company’s mill.
7 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOD EXPORTS.

FOOD EXPORTS.

Bacon aml hams wore exported to the value of £370,934, compared with £471.940 in the first eight months last year Fresh pork was exported to the value of £249 001 in the eight months this year, compared with £388,559 in the first eight months last year. Dead poultry were exporte
7 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY’S GOSSIP , I 0 Is built largely of rumours—"! heard so-and-so" is the background every-day gossip. But it is

TO-DAY’S GOSSIP , I 0 Is built largely of rumours—"! heard so-and-so" is the background every-day gossip. But it is

no idle rumour when hear people saying “Old Bushmills” WHISKEY IS THE BEST. this statement to-day, ask for “OLD BUSHMILLS/' and you will find the quality the same to the very last drop. FAMOUS FOR OVER 300 YEARS. Rac--tered Trade Marks—the words ’* OLD BUSHMILLS and pot still—ar
7 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
football. SATURDAY’S SUMMARY. association. IRISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE. CUftonviUa ? i «»««■« o „r. I DtetiUery ° Glentorao - Coleraine \

football. SATURDAY’S SUMMARY. association. IRISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE. CUftonviUa ? i «»««■« o „r. I DtetiUery ° Glentorao - Coleraine \

*-* —• ® * ' STEEL CL"P—SECOND BOUND. CarrtcWergas .. » I ; I ? Sksa " 3 Ards Urantwood ....... «u?low(ield Broadway United ... .. 3 Comrades « ■ u Albert Foundry - | ' Dunmurry - * Cliftouvilie Olympic « ••• IBISH INTEBMEDiATE LEAGDE, SummertieW - ° Newington Hauser.... Lmifld
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“HHAT HOKE COULD I MAST.”

“HHAT HOKE COULD I MAST.”

When ashed about her health, she replied. am as frosh Diana, and had • pain or ache nor an illness in all Mte. I never tasted castor oil or any other medicine, and I just as happy as the day long. ran take my meat and steep *ell and what more could I want. li
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HAD THIRTEEN CHILDREN.

HAD THIRTEEN CHILDREN.

Mrs M‘Clinton lived with her husband f 0; a number of years in the Newtownards district, and then when work t " rce they went to Scotland and resided in Ayr, where several of their family were born She had thirteen children, and of that number there are three sons and four daugh
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
kidnappers punished,

kidnappers punished,

OKLAHOMA CITY, Saturday.—The familv of Mr. C. F. Vrschell, the aged oil millionaire who was kidnaped and held for ransom' last July, won a victory against gangland to-day, when sentences of life imprisonment were passed two of the mist notorious gangsters—Harvey Bailey and Alber
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“THOUSANDS OF WRITS.”

“THOUSANDS OF WRITS.”

Mr -1 JOHNSTON lie was sorry to hoar the reply of the Minister of culture, who <HJ not offer any solution. It , was the business of the Government to see , that the Board functioned properly. Mr HENDERSON (Ind.. ShankilD said everr member on the opposite benches was responsible
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
:: INTERCITY RUGBY :: MOTORCYCLE RELIABILITY

:: INTERCITY RUGBY :: MOTORCYCLE RELIABILITY

:: INTERCITY RUGBY MOTORCYCLE RELIABILITY I b' pnEH<• a i«-.,. vg
14 October 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland