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Pirlhi. MarTtagtt, end Deathe (which all nt „ must be authenticated)—U Worit, */-; additional * lford», port thereof, M. BIRTHS

Pirlhi. MarTtagtt, end Deathe (which all nt „ must be authenticated)—U Worit, */-; additional * lford», port thereof, M. BIRTHS

.tridc—At the Carlton Nursing Home, wife of Wilium C. M'Bride, SUtlon liaurr, Ballvronev—s daughter. carl and— September 27. at ». 61. Mark's I’!*". Armagh, to Mrs. Wm. M'Farlanda daughter. DEATHS Campbell— October 1, IW, the Royal ,a HospiUl. Marv Ann (Minnie), i„ of Dougald MC
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BANK BUILDINGS 51 DISPLAY WINDOWS SEE THEM ALL TO-DAY SALES BY AUCTION

THE BANK BUILDINGS 51 DISPLAY WINDOWS SEE THEM ALL TO-DAY SALES BY AUCTION

SALE THIS DAY, AT 11-30. BELFAST AUCTION ROOMS, COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS (REMOVED FROM S, AEDOREENAN PLACE, MARLBORO - PARK, NEWRY, AND OTHER SOURCES). already Fully Advertised. w. p. C?i,L® MCDOWELL. LlMrrm Phme ‘&64lB. 3!S3 Allams Horses “Livestock, Belfast,** FAIR DAY’S
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLE KING SOLE

OLE KING SOLE

Expected to Score in Trial Handicap at Nottingham
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTTINGHAM

NOTTINGHAM

i-0 "" * SELLING NURSERY PLATE. 7 fur. 1 sS M ,in ,I <* » , H. 100-7 i BAINKiSi, 9 0 r Bav 3.1 GREENSTONE, s'4 100-8 c « »>”k«). Uorvdah (DIcW, Hoodini *• (H - Jelllaa), Spotlight •(?. t f rt> ' Vil l. .' ' " f <■ (W. Elliott). Svheolbarrow o. n) V. l ’- Rlckaby). Apple of Edrn
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
3-3D—CANTERBURY STEEPLECHASE. 3 mites.

3-3D—CANTERBURY STEEPLECHASE. 3 mites.

GOLDEN HOLIDAY (L. Rees), 1; Sea Trout (W. Hollick), Good Eye (Wilson), 3. A Isa-Uncle Batt (Robson). Betting—2 Golden Holiday, 4 Uncle Batt. 5 Sea Trout, 20 Good Eye. Tote—Win 2/9. 51.- 10 (Gosden, Lewes). 4*O—HARVILLE HURDLE RAGE. 8 miles. MAX (S. Ingham), 1; Light* of Woetmii
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME RAILS HARDER

HOME RAILS HARDER

London, Monday. A FAIRLY large amount of business was done to-day in the ** rubber share market, where as stock was in short supply, prices were rapidly advanced on the demand that resulted from ;hc further rise in the raw material, which after being quoted as high as 4 11-32, f
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4.3) pm. 7. 0 p.m. 5.35 p.m, 7. 0 p.m. 7. 0 p.m. 5.35 p.m--4.39 p.m.

4.3) pm. 7. 0 p.m. 5.35 p.m, 7. 0 p.m. 7. 0 p.m. 5.35 p.m--4.39 p.m.

3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN

FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN

Mannequin Parades in the Orpheus Hall, Belfast (By Our Lady Correspondent) Comprehensive a word which admirably describes the mannequin parades of autumn fashions which are being given all this week Orpheus Hall, York Street, Belfast. They ire under the auspices of the Belfast C
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROOSEVELT’S APPEAL TO

ROOSEVELT’S APPEAL TO

U.S. -LEGION'’ “CALLED AGAIN TO THE COLOURS” Strikes Threaten New York’s Food Supply BUSINESS SCEPTICS INCREASE Chicago, Monday. ** I have called you to the colours again, your commander-in-chief; and yoqr comrade, and I confident you will respond,” said President Roosevelt in a
3 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland