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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

BROOKFIELD LINEN COMPANY LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION). SPINNING MILL, WEAVING FACTORIES, BLEACH AND DYE WORKS AND WAREHOUSE AS A GOING CONCERN. mHE LIQUIDATOR IS PREPARED TO RECEIVE, UP TO 15tt NOVEMBER, 1933, OFFERS -L FOR THE COMPANY’S MILL, DYEWORKS, FACTORIES, AND WAREHOUSE PRO
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DoubIe—MANVERO and SEA ROVER.

DoubIe—MANVERO and SEA ROVER.

OLD FRL’IT , jG-i (R. Lyall) 20-1 MAGIC (J. Baxter) 20 CANTILLIUS (4. Moloney) 2 0 1 Last year’s winner—Martencito, list (G. Hardy). 10 to 1. J. Reardon. C-NORBITON HANDICAP HURDLE of 500 vs. Two miles. 12 0 Last of the Dandies, 6 (Mr. Bank) W. Payne 11 13 .Sea Rover, 6 (Mr. G.
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN OBJECTION MUDDLE

AN OBJECTION MUDDLE

Settlement Not Affected by Newcastle Incident There was objection muddle Newcastle yesterday after the race for Northumberland Autumn Handicap, but fortunately tor bookmakers who bad already paid out tho settling will not be disturbed. Th© race had had nulto Peacock flavour abou
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BB*a ! 99*1 .110*

BB*a ! 99*1 .110*

19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I SEVEN DAYS ONLY

I SEVEN DAYS ONLY

SEVEN DAYS ONLY are offering 50 HIGH-GRADE PATENT SPRUNG SUITES ia Uncat Moquettcs, Boticelli Velvets, Mohairs, ' and Cow Hides, included in which ! are : ! THE CLEVELEYS In First Quality Moquetle £l4/10/0 j THE “NORBRECK”— j In Modem Sundour - - £l5/10/0 I THE “CLAREMONT”— I Unc
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Repudiated Offspring The late President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George were largely Instrumental In establishing the League of Nations. It

Repudiated Offspring The late President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George were largely Instrumental In establishing the League of Nations. It

was represented by them as an institution which would secure the peace of the world and make aggressive war unthinkable." Yet no sooner had the American people realised that they might become committed to action against a disturber of the peace than they withdrew from participat
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A MEXICAN XENOETTA

A MEXICAN XENOETTA

Former Deputy Shot Dead Mexico City, Wednesday. Colonel Arlemio Snsurto, former deputy of (ho State of Mexico, shot dead here thia morning in the Centric Avenue by youth named Term Provo. Tim young man that Uusurto shot his fntber. Although chargee of murder hull lifin brought u
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THEFT OF GOLD BAR

THEFT OF GOLD BAR

Sentence of Four Years’ Penal Servitude Sentence four years’ penal serritude was passed at the Old Bailey, Loudon, yesterday, on Daniel Lane (30), described as cabinet* maker, who pleaded guilty to being concerned in stealing a bar of gold valued at £B5l and a motor car. The bar
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COONTY ARMAGH ACTION

COONTY ARMAGH ACTION

An adjournment was granted in a case in which Bridget M'Nulty, lodgmghouse-kceper of Cross- ' maglen, Co. Atmagb, sued James Donagby, executor of the will of Michael Cowan, deceased, Corliss, Co. Armagh, to recover £338 17s 3d. money alleged tc have been received the deceased on
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YES, ONLY 23 GNS

YES, ONLY 23 GNS

This Magnificent Columbia Radiogram J SPECIAL FEATURES I. Band-pass drcutt. a. Hoodlit stale calibrated in wavelengths with station - finder. }. Energised moving-coil speaker. 4. Provision for additional speaker. 5. Pick-up with reversible head, for easy needle - change. 6. Univ
19 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland