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Queen«M4 100* | Victoria * 99* 100* S Africa 4 10J* Jol* – | W Austr 4 100* 101*

Queen«M4 100* | Victoria * 99* 100* S Africa 4 10J* Jol* – | W Austr 4 100* 101*

Queen«M4 100* | Victoria 99* 100* Africa 4 10J* Jol* - | W Austr 100* 101* MISCELLANEOUS. AmCotton /I* /7* Int Bttm BTMaala.. * * Km (5 ■) 1/9 2/5 Burt B ton A Hvwd f« II Rlektrol x e* HrAWftb.P M.c Ord (5/. „ 2/b 3/- -lb Seribbaiu* lb/9 I*o D 21- +/1* India Tyra Separ tr B 2* AK
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1.984 2,2C3 & 655

1.984 2,2C3 & 655

1.984 2,2C3 & Atlantic porta 7 Expta. AlUtntu' norta (In thousand* of OATS steady . rise. White clipped, f.o.b. New York, 38^0. I'lus Dus Last Today, year week, aea'u. sea'ii. W points 359 421 1/82 16,335 41,334 Atlantic ports 5 63 85 1,14;) 1.742 Uxpta. Atlantic ports 181 (In tt
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFICS.

RAILWAY TRAFFICS.

Belfast and County Down Railway.—Keceipta for week ending 29th September, 1933:—Passengers. Ac., £2,290; last'year, £2,258: increase. £32. Merchandise, Ac.. £493; last year, £569; decrease. £76. Total, £2.783; last vear,' £2.827: decrease, £44. Aggregate receipts date —Passenger
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMERS

BRISTOL CHANNEL STEAMERS

CARGO ONLY NO PASSENGERS BRISTOL TUESDAYS * FRIDAYS 12 noon To CARDIFF EVERY SATURDAY 12 noon SWANSEA EVERY SATURDAY 12 noon To NEWPORT via BRISTOL or CARDIFF W. E. WILL!AMES & CO.. I. VICTORIA ST.. BELFAST Tele. : Belfast HOTELS. IMPERIAL HOTELS Russell Square LONDON Hotels, 3,
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TWO MORE AIR DEATHS.

TWO MORE AIR DEATHS.

Pilot and Leading Telegraphist. Lieutenant Osmond Fitzmaunce Bullock, R N. a flying officer of the Royal Air Force, the pilot of the aircraft, and Leading • Telegraphist William Frederick Gobus vseie killed in an accident which occurred oft Tar bat Ness. Ross and Cromarty, yeste
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORM NS LTD., CASTLE LANE

NORM NS LTD., CASTLE LANE

NLWS ITEMS FROM: THE PROVINCE. Serious Collision at Strabane. MANY INJURED. Man’s Leg Broken : Leckpatrick Priest a Victim. A serious collision took place on Derry Road. Strabane, yesterday morning, resulting in several occupants of a car being taken to hospital. Doctors and nur
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST HOUSING S HEATED EXCHANGES AT COUNCIL MEETING.

BELFAST HOUSING S HEATED EXCHANGES AT COUNCIL MEETING.

CITY Much Argument But No Decision—Aid. Duff Renews His Threat. Belfast City Council s meeting yesterday was marked by ■ated exchanges on the question of a housing scheme. Senator •seph Cunningham, chairman of the Estates Committee, sponsors the scheme, and Alderman J, A. EXifF,
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. CUNNINGHAM'S QUESTION

MR. CUNNINGHAM'S QUESTION

Councillor Cunningham said Alderman Duff had told the Council that he won hi consider any offers that were made to build houses, and would like to know who Alderman Duff thought he was. Does think is the municipal managerP’* Referring to Alderman Duff’s threat to retire betore h
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

'the mcetini? discuss’d the provisional arrangeircnts for next year's international contest neiiasi, propoecils matki put the matter the agenda for next meeting or, alternatively, write to t private given clubs asking whether the.r grem wpuid be availabl , it wante.l. for “S-J&h
3 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland