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THE MONEY MARKET New Treasury Bill Rate Causes

THE MONEY MARKET New Treasury Bill Rate Causes

Disappointment London, Friday Evening. Money was quite easy to day and borrowers were accommodated throoghout the day at j per cent. Old loans wore renewed i per cent., while weekly fixtures continued i per cent. Tho discount market remained firm, despite some disappointment bei
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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ToSiy ~ *•»» 6-»3 - rrer ... ~ - 5.87 6.82 6.87 6.03 Futnree Basis BanU« No. 4. Closing— Dec. Mar May July Sept To-day 8.1 S 8.28 8.27 8.28 8.48 Z 8.15 8.24 8.25 8.28 8.47 COCOA-Spot. 412 c. Futures closed steady at 3 to 4 pointa dearer. Sales. 201 Io»s. Closing optlons- Dec , 5!
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER PORK MARKETS REbOPEN

ULSTER PORK MARKETS REbOPEN

After an interval of three weeks, Cookstown had pork market yesterday, and 220 carcases were offered and bought the fixed prices. It is stated that there are few very heavy pigs in the district, most of them have been sold Jive-weight prices. In Omagh the pork situation is easie
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GROUND RENTS IN DEMAND

GROUND RENTS IN DEMAND

(Bj Special The property market in Belfast and district this week has shown little signs of life, although private Inquiries have revealed a steady demand for investments, particularly in ground rents, very few of which are available at the moment. Messrs. R. J. M'Connell and Co
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOBTHCOHING AUCTIONS

FOBTHCOHING AUCTIONS

& E. 3. Garrett. —At the Auctioneere* Institute, Royal Avenue, Belfast, 12 noon on inst.; houses in Belfast and Bangor. W. M. Careon & Co.—At 37. Rosemary Street, Belfast, 12 noon on 10th inst.; kitchen «oUB€B D. Martin & Co.—At 69, Chichester Street, Belfast, 1 p.m. on 10th ins
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAREERS FOR GIRW

CAREERS FOR GIRW

Miss Edith Major’s Address to Patents’ Union In Belfast MiM Edith Major, C.8.E., late mistress of Girtoo, was the epeaher a meeting of the Northern Ireland Branch of the Parents’ Eat.ona Educational Union held yesterday afternoon 2, Queen’s Elms. Belfast. Mrs. Waterhouse was in
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"MOST SATISFACTORY ’*

"MOST SATISFACTORY ’*

He had no alternative but to recommend strongly that the most satisfactory and permanent method of transmission ac#ss the Channels was the overhead scheme with steel towers. All they would require at ground level for ibis scheme would he three tower positions, each 80 feet squar
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A MOTHER KILLED

A MOTHER KILLED

Cm Accident On Way From Armagh Hospital Wien her wsy home from Armagh Infirmary, where she bad left her young eon to undergo operation, Mrs. Black, Taranamore. Tandragee, waa killed in a motor accident at Dramnahuncheon. halfway between P“-bbiil and Portadown, the main road. Mrs
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LICENSING RESTRICTIONS

LICENSING RESTRICTIONS

To Um iaM«r •* th« laHut Heta-Lotter" Bra—Mr, Edward Comerton’s letter in reply to mine is unsatisfactory. After nine years may have forgotten mncb. With the Noyember, 1923, circular were sent out petition forms for signs* tures, cards exhibit shops, and * statement that Posters
4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEAD CONSTABLE’S DEPOSITION

DEAD CONSTABLE’S DEPOSITION

4 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland