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Nelson Steam Navigation 5 per cent. Deb., 1004 GREYHOUND RACING SHARES Albion Greyhounds Urd. (5/-), 4/84 /*> /114 Do. '(I/-), 4 9 ,101 Clapton Stadium Ord. (5 ), 10 74 G.R.A. Ord. (1/-). 1/3 Hi 12 ,24 Sth. London Greyhound Raoecourses Df. (I/-), 4/14 /5/ Wembley Stadium Def. (1
4 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN POWER & SON.

JOHN POWER & SON.

-♦ Reorganisation Scheme: Dublin Court Petition, The hearing of the petition of John Power & Son. Lt i., distillers, Dublin tor cun- Inina:.mi of a resolution to mime the capital the Com pun v and lor sanction scheme for the reorganisation ot the Company, was continued yesterday
4 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW PARLIAMENT TO MEET BEFORE CHRISTMAS.

NEW PARLIAMENT TO MEET BEFORE CHRISTMAS.

Smith AFRICAN french financial TRADE. PROBLEMS. Subsidy of Italian New Premier Faces the House. Shipping. FARMERS SELECT THEIR FIRST CANDIDATE. Mr. Joseph Gibson to Contest the Iveagh Division. LABOUR PARTY HOPES. RAILWAYMEN S SECRETARY CHALLENGES IN ST. ANNE’S. already forecast
4 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUICIDE ON THE UNDERGROUND.

SUICIDE ON THE UNDERGROUND.

Inquest on Viscount’s Nephew. The death Mr. Philip Henry Chetwynd. a nephew Viscount Chetwynd, who was kille<l tube train at Piccadilly Circus, London, Wednesday, was inquired into the Westminster Coroner yesterday. verdi while of unsound mind was returned. Mr. * who was ll", wa
4 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ISOLATIONIST FOLLY

ISOLATIONIST FOLLY

'* The Treaty of Locarno contains no provision under which any of the putties can withdraw from it. people seem to imagine that if were furnished with some means of escape from what they are pleased to call the commitment of Locarno should then less likely to involved in a Europ
4 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPYARDS BETTER OFF

SHIPYARDS BETTER OFF

Mr. J. Cunningham said that Northern Ireland’s shipbuilding yards were in better position than dozens of yards in England and Scotland. The linen industry was in a very good position, and employed considerably more workers to-day than it had some years ago. Northern Ireland’s to
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANCHESTER —Betweenmaid and Wanted immediately, firstclass club, each (Protesiants). NURSE - ATTENDANT Wanted • (Female), thoroughly experienced, elderly gentleman, suburbs.—Maxwell.

MANCHESTER —Betweenmaid and Wanted immediately, firstclass club, each (Protesiants). NURSE - ATTENDANT Wanted • (Female), thoroughly experienced, elderly gentleman, suburbs.—Maxwell.

Telephone 2928. —COOK, first-class, disengaged, accus-olV• tomed gentleman’s large establishment; very highly recommended.—Maxwell. —COOK GENERAL disengaged, young, • excellent maid; very highly recommended ; here to-day.—Maxwell. 4 —GENERAL Servant, good cook, baker and laundre
22 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOURS A\D CRUISES, HO I ELS. &c.

TOURS A\D CRUISES, HO I ELS. &c.

TON DON. DEAN L, i Oxford Street. W.l Centre ot Shopping Theatres Room, iireaktast. Hath. Attendance. Single from Bs> 6d. from 16? n<>t and Cold Water in all Rooms. Telegrams: "Teldeanho. Rath.” l/ondon.
22 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINOR LEAGUE FIXTURES.

MINOR LEAGUE FIXTURES.

At a meeting the Belfast Minoi last evening, Mr. J. B. Begga p-esiding, the following fixtures were a.rangr-d:— November ko—Counvicw Adelaide Juniors. December —Broadwav Strollers v. lister Amateurs, BA.S.C. V. Coluiview, Glen bank Swills v. South Park. December Adelaide Juniors
22 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARAGES.

GARAGES.

22 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland