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Arrival of Winter Conditions

Arrival of Winter Conditions

Montreal, Tuesday. On this earliest (late on record tho Kiver 81. Lawrence, between Montreal and * been eloaed navigation to-day with tj>o re ol gas buoys owing to the early clot>mg winter ico . A hundred freighters «re expected to leave for fcuvopc daylight navigation before ae
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YESTERDAY’S RETURNS

YESTERDAY’S RETURNS

WARWICK 1 O-AVON (Amateur Riders) SEL. PLATE. 1 NEVER MIND, cl) li PoUava—Kilinsann (Mr. F. VVilmol). 10 Mr. R. s-a HERON. 11 11 Mr. JL CornWliie 9-| MACUNTOCK, 10 7 .Mr. F. Walw.vn 1008 *|. _ I'lov (Mr. A. Boralll. Esronore Heir (Mr. J '.lt Motavllle). .md Ditchlord (Mr. E. Lni
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the mining market

the mining market

Globe and Phoanix Good Among Rhodesians London, Tuesday Evening. Dulness prevailed the Kaflir to .he uncertainties the fore.gn and rumours of labour trouble on <he K»nd. Later in tbe session, however, a h^demng tendency was noUceanle hero caused { » teins were finally lower at a
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MEWS-LETTER, WEDKESPAY. NOVEMBER S 2. .933 “Lady Edith’s Hints The Social Round By Our Lady Correspondent How Make Brown

BELFAST MEWS-LETTER, WEDKESPAY. NOVEMBER S 2. .933 “Lady Edith’s Hints The Social Round By Our Lady Correspondent How Make Brown

Bread RECIPE lor Crown Bread is asked for "E. I. . Belfast, Required-}!!, wheaten meal, 11b. Hour, teaepoonlul SII Ito 2ozs. bolter, good teaspoon baking soda, and about pint Mi™ be'flour, meal and Milt in basin. Cut and rub the butter until like breadcrumbs; to, add the soda, a
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FITAND WELL!

FITAND WELL!

Children’s sluggish spells and other little upsets just vanish overnight when you give them ‘Milk of Magnesia.’ A gentle antacid and mild laxative like this is ideal for a child of any age, including infants. SAVE YOUR TEETH! Acid destroys teeth. Add forms in die cleanest mouth—
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL HOTICEB

LEGAL HOTICEB

THE MONEYLENDERS ACT (N.D.1933 NOTICE APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE UNDER SECTION 2. > l,c .f « f „ . Certificate to enable to obtam ?'«“ t 'iffity Of the City Belfast m <be November 1953. SOPHIA SHRAOL, Applicant, fiLOSS LL-8., Solicitor for F ' AppUcant, F 2. Royal Avenue, Belfa
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEIiFAST NEWB-LETTER. WSPNESPAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1933

BEIiFAST NEWB-LETTER. WSPNESPAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1933

BEIiFAST NEW B-LETTER. WSPNESPAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1933 LORD CARSON AND DE VALERA “Put on the Throne .. And England Says Nothing” MR. THOMAS’S “HARMFUL” SPEECHES issue for British Electors—Do They Want Conservative Government ? OKESIDING at a dinner given in honour of Lord Lloyd in i
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLLING AT RUTLAND

POLLING AT RUTLAND

Polling also took place yesterday in the byelection in the Rutland and Stamford Division, where the vacancy was caused by the death of Mr. Smith Carington. the Conservative member. The candidates were Lord Willoughby dc Eresby (Con.) and Mr. Arnold Grey (Labour). The figures at
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLOSE CONTEST EXPECTED

CLOSE CONTEST EXPECTED

Mr. J. Maynard Sinclair, the Unionist candidate for Mournc, commenced his campaign yesterday when, in company of officers of the local association, visited several parts tho constituency. is generally felt that his contest with Mr. Patrick O’Neill, the Nationalist nominee, will
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MB. J. M. SINCLAIR

MB. J. M. SINCLAIR

activities the province, Mr. Sinclair non of the late Mr. John Sinclair, D.L., formerly chairman of the Belfast Savings Bank, and a Belfast Harbour Commissioner. He a director the firm of Messrs. S. Sinclair & Co., flax, hemp, yarn and cloth merchants, Belfast, and of the Lagan
22 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland