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HILL CAT OUT OF THE RACE

HILL CAT OUT OF THE RACE

Hill Cat, who was. scratched from the Cambridgeshire at 10.58 a.m. yesterday, has been regarded a* somewhat doubtful runner, although was backed to 1 at the callover on Wednesday last. Hill Cat is engaged the Limekiln Stakes Newmarket on Tuesday
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COOKSTOWN WHIST DRIVE.

COOKSTOWN WHIST DRIVE.

A whist drive organised by Miss Joan Adair, Glenavon, Cooketown, aid of the Tyrone stall the Ulster Division Patriotic Fund Bazaar, to held next week in Belfast, was held in Cookstown Courthouse on Thursday night, 23 tables being occupied. The winners were: —Ladies—l, Miss M'Cul
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
U.S, GRIP ON CANADA.

U.S, GRIP ON CANADA.

Even in a poor year the Dominion will buy goods worth $1,248,275,582. Of this total America takes no less than $847,442,057. with a meagre $189,179,738 left the United Kingdom’s share. Of iron and steel products Canada takes about $350,000,000 worth from the Republic, and bare $
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TECHNICAL CONGRESS.

TECHNICAL CONGRESS.

Rev. D. D. Boyle, one of the representatives of the association at the Congress of the Irish Technical Education Association Belfast in June last, when asked for a report concerning it replied he had really nothing to say of the Congress itself, but he deplored the fact that the
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WASHING

WASHING

Prepare hike-warm lather, squeeze (he luce out of the soaking water and wash by squeezing lightly in the soapy lather till clean. One washing water after soaking is usually sufficient. If the Limerick lace is badly discoloured it may boiled. To do this wrap it lightly in fine wh
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES' VI SKIN and LAVOSKIN GLOVES can be had only from Ihe Ulster Arcade (Brands), Ltd. PRICES range from 11/9

LADIES' VI SKIN and LAVOSKIN GLOVES can be had only from Ihe Ulster Arcade (Brands), Ltd. PRICES range from 11/9

to 1819 Per Pair. (Every Pair Guaranteed.)
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE RAIDS IN DUNGANNON. Suspected Traffic in Firearms. Unusual police activity prevailed in Dungannon last evening, when the homes of

POLICE RAIDS IN DUNGANNON. Suspected Traffic in Firearms. Unusual police activity prevailed in Dungannon last evening, when the homes of

several well - known residents were raided for arms and ammunition. It is believed that there has been considerable traffic in rifles between parties in Dungannon and certain circles in Belfast during the past month. No arms were discovered, but the police are continuing their s
21 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Smoke it, and prove it. And at the time get one of the pipes, pouches, penknives or packs of playing

Smoke it, and prove it. And at the time get one of the pipes, pouches, penknives or packs of playing

cards offered free. Try O’Sullivan’s COUPON PLUG
21 October 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
OROMARD V. EASKEY

OROMARD V. EASKEY

To hc'liold adequately liow the mighty ‘have fallen, it imperative to *vander back in thought over the Gaelic recoids the past few weeks. There you will find how the Droru.ird learn which sprung into existence fast as to indicate premature birth, is, to-day, much more solid foun
21 October 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DOORS OPEN 7.3 C—COMMENCE AT 8. DOORS OPEN 7.3O—COMMENCE AT 8.

DOORS OPEN 7.3 C—COMMENCE AT 8. DOORS OPEN 7.3O—COMMENCE AT 8.

DOORS OPEN 7.3 C —COMMENCE AT 8. DOORS OPEN 7.3O—COMMENCE AT 8. ’PHONE, 78.
21 October 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland