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SALES BY TENDER.

SALES BY TENDER.

BROOKFIELD LINEN COMPANY LIMITED. (IN LIQUIDATION.) SPINNING MILL, WEAVING FACTORIES, BLEACH AND DYE WORKS AND WAREHOUSE FOR SALE AS A GOING CONCERN. mHE LIQUIDATOR is prepared to receive to 15th NOVEMBER, 1933. Offers for the A Company’s Mill, Dyeworks, Factories, and Warehouse
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ELUSIVE DAILY DOUBLE

ELUSIVE DAILY DOUBLE

G. Ray, the jo-key, double olverhampf. r. races ye-ti rda y w ith Lscurial in the Soiling Jlandii.ip and Trcinando in the Maiden llandi Gordon J.’ichards won only one race, that l>eing the Corinthian Welter Sweepstake* i.n Manner. His tote 1 fur the season n«>w and has only 15 m
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSURE AGAINST FIRE WITH THE

INSURE AGAINST FIRE WITH THE

ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE (Incorporated a.d. 1720). Branch Offices—l 4, Wellington Place. Belfast, and Baltic Buildings, 14. Foyle Street, Londonderry. Claims Paid
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
High Court Appeal Case

High Court Appeal Case

Lord Justice Andrews and Lord Justice Best, sitting in the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal, heard Co. Tyrone appeal in which the point at issue was whether gifts land under will amounted to subdivision of the land without the consent of thejaudlord in writing, and were therefor
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIN SHARES tNIGERIAN).

TIN SHARES tNIGERIAN).

iKuichilW’ 10,9 5/- b,'o lK*«i Am Tin M NaraKiJ,-) 1/44 (b. ) 9/- - /l4|K*r* i TIN SHARES (MALAYAN. Ac.). A Orient 7,9 -/3 26, - Ar*niu\o I'hiik'O-V*) (BoIi\U) 1 i* Tataiin- 13.6 Aj Hit bj- 14,6 15/6 Kenonp.. Ifantrrin 1» 1 ,Si -SU’esetd#*) i BTIn(lOs) IS/IJ 15/ 0,-/7, SihCrody
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINNEAPOLIS, Tuesday.

MINNEAPOLIS, Tuesday.

WHEAT stronu at sc. advance for spot and futures. No. 1 northern spring spot, 73|c. C.osuig options— Dec. May /s|c. BARLEY strong at JJc. to 4ic. gain. Closing options —Dec. 40Jc., May 451 c. DULOTH. Tuesday. LINSEED strong at 72c. 7c. improvement. Closing opt ms—Dec. 170ic. May
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH

ENGLISH

LIVERPOOL PRODUCE, 0< t. 17.—Sugar quiet anu easier lor raw description*; bar»is qualities degrees polarisation Nov. shipment seller* 5s and l*d j*er cwt., c.i.f. to United Kingdom. Refined unaltered. Tate ft Lyle, Ltd., quote crystals No. 1 21s 6d, small No. 1 20* No. 2 bright*
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTCH.

SCOTCH.

CLYDE CRUSHED SUGAR, Oct. 17.—The market continues quietly steady, with no change in value*. GLASGOW IRON AND STEEL, Oct. 17.—Tbe market i* not, showing much change. Export business is very slow improve. In tieavv material structural material is lairlv steadily spectfled in smal
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE AUSTRALIAN FLIGHT. Ulm's Race to Beat Record. Akvab. Tuesday Mr. Charles the, Australian airman, who is attempting to heat

THE AUSTRALIAN FLIGHT. Ulm's Race to Beat Record. Akvab. Tuesday Mr. Charles the, Australian airman, who is attempting to heat

Sir Charles Kingsford-Srniih’s record time for the Kngland-to- Australia flight, left here for Alor Star, Malay States, 4.7 p.m. (local time) to-day. If reaches Alor Star by midnight (G.M.T.) to-night will again a few bouts ahead of Sir Charles’s time. When arrived at Calcutta M
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALMORAL DOGS AND CATS

BALMORAL DOGS AND CATS

HOME. Annual Meeting City Hall. the absence of the Mayor (Sir Crawford M'Cullagh, D.L.) the High Sheriff of Belfast (Licnt.-Commander It. M. liarcourt) presided the annual meeting of the Bogs’ and Cats’ Home, Balmoral, in the City Hall. Belfast, yesterday. The annual report, pre
18 October 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland