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AMERICAN COTTON NEW YORK. Saturday-

AMERICAN COTTON NEW YORK. Saturday-

COTTON on closed quiet and unchanged, at 9.40 c. Futures opened very fdeady 8 to 13 points nee. Trading to-day wag not active, and eenttraent was somewhat feverish. Overnight buying the Russian new* and expectation* of some construe, live move Washington •timnlated upward moveme
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIGHEST WATERFALL

HIGHEST WATERFALL

To Win Gold from Deepest Mines (From Correspondent) One of the highest waterfalls in the world is to be harnessed to provide electric power for the working of the mines of Mysore, which include what is believed to be the world’s deepest shaft. Most of the material is to be purch
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NURSING

NURSING

LADY recommends Norse (Protestant), yoi.r.p ' fond of children, good laundres?, sew? X 1213, "News-Letter/’
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HAIRDRESSING

HAIRDRESSING

the new cool, safe method, ensures X softer natural permanent wave, 21.-; riethods, 15/- and 10/6. Winifred Cardwell. Aribur Street; Phono 4832.
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS THE GREATEST VALUE IN ENGLISH COAL BEST LONDON BRIGHTS 44/- per Ton An exceptionally Clean. Hot and Durable Coal.

THIS THE GREATEST VALUE IN ENGLISH COAL BEST LONDON BRIGHTS 44/- per Ton An exceptionally Clean. Hot and Durable Coal.

Hand Picked and Free from Slack. Test a Quarter Ton and prove its worth yourself. SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK JOHN R. NOBLE, Ltd.. QUEEN’S QUAY (Close to County Down Railway) Telephones 778 and SBB.
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTRY OF LABOUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY. CLARENCE PLACE HALL. BELFAST 2nd, 3rd and NOVEMBER, 7-15 p.m. UNCLE NED. Comedy in Four

MINISTRY OF LABOUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY. CLARENCE PLACE HALL. BELFAST 2nd, 3rd and NOVEMBER, 7-15 p.m. UNCLE NED. Comedy in Four

Acts, by DOUGLAS MUR HAY (Author of The Man from Toronto ”). Admission (including Tax) ... Single Ticket, 1/6 M „ ... Double Ticket, 2/6 Bookings: Auld & Pemberton, Ltd., 39, Donegall Place.
23 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLWALL

COLWALL

1-30—STEWARDS* HURDLE. 2i mile?. (Mr. Bayne Gallwey). Plaster of Paris (.Mr. R. Pelre). 2; Natasha (W. 5. Also—Vainlov© (Owen), Lazy Boot? (Ward'. Go wan Lodge (Mr. J. (Mr 11. Sharland). Togarn (Piggotl', and Pont Like Him (J. Brown). Betting—ll-10 agst O.ijaco, Bou Like Him and
27 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUKE OF NORFOLK

THE DUKE OF NORFOLK

Tile Duke of Norfolk has been elected member of the Jock6y Club. The Duke has horses in training with Victor Gilpin nt Newmarket, but so far has owned none of note. is. however, keen racing and. elected steward ol the Brighton meeting year ago. lie has ridden his horses exercise
27 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RUOBER MARKET

RUOBER MARKET

Firm Tons, With Renewed Confidence London, Thursday E firm tone was again displayed by rubber shares to-day, renewed confidence being felt in the meeting between the Dutch and British committees London to-day. The commodity opened easier, but recovered, and closed unaltered 18d
27 October 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland