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gT. JUDE’S PARISH CHURCH. lI A VEST TII AN KBG IVIN 8 a.m. —Holy Communion. 11 30—Alormns: Prayer. Porvico—Hnrwool in

gT. JUDE’S PARISH CHURCH. lI A VEST TII AN KBG IVIN 8 a.m. —Holy Communion. 11 30—Alormns: Prayer. Porvico—Hnrwool in

A Flat. Praise (Rowley). p.m.—Evening Pray»r. Ptrvico—Stanford 5n A. Anthem—*' Sing We Merrily (West). Preacher at Both Services, the Rev. RICHARD BIRD. M.A. D.S.O. (Dublin) 330 m.—YOUNG PEOPLE S SERVICE. Preacher-The RKV. .1. C. BUTLER. B.A. Curate of St. James. Organist—Mß. JO
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANCHOR - DONALDSON LINE BELFAST, QUEBEC, AND MONTREAL. Letitia ......... Oct. 28 Antonio Nov. 4 Athenia ...... Nov. 10 ST.

ANCHOR - DONALDSON LINE BELFAST, QUEBEC, AND MONTREAL. Letitia ......... Oct. 28 Antonio Nov. 4 Athenia ...... Nov. 10 ST.

JOHN. N. 8., AND HALIFAX, N.S. Letitia Nov. 29 ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE. Foyle Street. Derry. 1/5, Victoria Stree', Belfast; or Local Agents
21 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY

MONEY

A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY £2O £l.OOO. tsss. , .r«sT Persons in town country. EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATE OP INTEREST Accounts repayable EASY MODE INSTALMENTS spread over one or more years as desired Strictest privacy. or Deductions. Principal advanced in full. Write, call 'phone— NORTHERN
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IFINDER

IFINDER

Henry the Eighth, was the youngster who was sent to Haydock but was not saddled simply because suitable jockey could not secured, feain Darling charge has been given very little to do here and if foiling to win should at least get placed. I'rom the same quarter there comes good
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLOATING GRAIN CARGOES

FLOATING GRAIN CARGOES

London (the Baltic), Monday. WHEAT- Cargo market very unsettled anc prices difficult to gauge. The weaker week enc American cables have been counter-balanced by weakness the sterling rate exchange, and conditions were largely nominal. No. 1 Northern Manitoba (Atlantic shipment)
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mayfair Gossip From Woman Correspondent London. Monday. would be intimidating thought for many husbands that their wives were the recognised

Mayfair Gossip From Woman Correspondent London. Monday. would be intimidating thought for many husbands that their wives were the recognised

arbiters the world’s feminine fashions. In the case of the Duke of York it is different. He, doubt, will lake Eride the fact revealed in her latest book by Cynthia Asquith that the Duchess of York’s taste in chines sets t jc pace for not only London but New \ork. Though she inva
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTIOCS

PUBLIC NOTIOCS

17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M'CREA MAGEE COLLEGE LONDONDERRY. (In Connection with the University Dublin). THE OPENING MEETING THE SESSION 1U33-34 WILL HELD IN THE

M'CREA MAGEE COLLEGE LONDONDERRY. (In Connection with the University Dublin). THE OPENING MEETING THE SESSION 1U33-34 WILL HELD IN THE

COMMON HALL OF THE COLLEGE THURSDAY, October 19. at 12 noon. , THE ItEV. PROFESSOR WOODBUHN, M.A., President of the Faculty, -will Preside. THE RT. REV. IVM. CORKEY, M.A., D.D., -Moderator ol the General Assembly, will Address tbs Students, and the Distribution Awards the recent
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUNDAY OPENING

SUNDAY OPENING

Question in Ulster Home of Common! To-day Among the questions which hove been put down for oral Answer In the Northern Ireland House of Comntoim this afternoon one Major M'Cormick (U., St. Anne's), who will rsk the Minister of Home Affairs whether he wilt consider the advisabili
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A LIVERPOOL FIRE

A LIVERPOOL FIRE

Narrow Escape of a Man and His Wife tying blankets together, fastening them to the bed-rail and swarming down them from first storey window, the manageress of general store in West Derby, Liverpool, and her husband saved themselves from being burned to death. The combined shop a
17 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland