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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
 
quoted ou New York at quetzal (Ml aesosl Uuited States dollar. BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE. Tuesday. Business in our local market

quoted ou New York at quetzal (Ml aesosl Uuited States dollar. BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE. Tuesday. Business in our local market

continues to of a quiet nature, and transactions to-day were rather few. British funds keep firm, per cent. War Loan remaining unolianged all day at 100 5-18, 7-16. Four per cent Consolidated Loan marked HOi- Three and a half per cent. Conversion Loan was done at 100}. Ulster pe
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OIL MARKET.

OIL MARKET.

Steaua Romana Not Helped by Dividend. Little activity was witn market and price Tuf'day. '■ooil hitr« important and irregular iu tendency. K..» Dutch and Shells finished without quoui change, while Shell In ion Corporaui receded to dollars and Creole w agio*Egyptian fell and Mi
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFICS.

RAILWAY TRAFFICS.

Great Northern Railway Company (Ireland).— Receipts for the week ended November, 1953: Passenger trains, £7.550: last year, £9,400; decrease, £1,900. Goods trams, £11.100; last vear, £11,850; decrease, £750. Total, £18,600; last year, £21,250; docrease, £2,650. Aggregate for wee
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEEKING NEW MEANS.

SEEKING NEW MEANS.

•• I must emphasise, ’* he added, “that since the negotiations have failed of course the draft convention still stands We have got start work tc find if can find some other means .Ir Eden added that they were working for agreement and the British iJovernment had very good reason
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND

AFTER Mr. Austin Uopkmson, M.P., the most notable example of the crob^-bench ’* mind among preseul-dajr puliticiaus. iiis detach ment from all parties comee out atrongly in his article Parlies in which comments the Conservative Conference Bumingham and that of the Labour party i
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER TOWNS.

ULSTER TOWNS.

Cookstown Council’s Warning—Whitehead Appeal-Dungannon Hospital. Serious wastage of water w r as reported at the meetings of Whitehead and Cookstown Urban Councils. Cookstown issued a warning that offenders would prosecuted. Whitehead appealed to householders conserve the supply
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NO WHITE POPPIES.

NO WHITE POPPIES.

WHITE POPPIES. Sir John Gilmour (Home Secretary) stated at yesterday that far as he aware the to sell white poppies in tho street Armistice Day had been abandoned.
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCIAL ORGANISATION

SOCIAL ORGANISATION

Attempts are also being made to extend the scheme in County Antrim and in County Derrv, and Miss suggested that she was anticipating highly su these attempts. The Women’s Institute is of long standing though the movement did not reach Kngland until 1915. It originated in Canada
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC WORK TRAINING GROUND.

PUBLIC WORK TRAINING GROUND.

The Institute is run democratic lines, and is non-party and non-sectarian. It is ••xcellent training ground in public work, and it is run strictly formal committee lines. A thrift club has been started in Oarvagh. and the Women’s Institute there already have their own club, whic
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland