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glenagoorland. LETTING OF LANDS. AND SALE OF STOCK, CROP, AND IMPLEMENTS. H''E have received instructions irom Reps John W. Dunn

glenagoorland. LETTING OF LANDS. AND SALE OF STOCK, CROP, AND IMPLEMENTS. H''E have received instructions irom Reps John W. Dunn

(Deceased) to LET the entire LANDS for the Season 's Cropping Grazing, and Manuring, on THURSDAY, 9tn NOVEMBER, 1933. at TEN o'clock a m., Afterwards to SELL: good Dairy Cows ( Springers and Milchers), Springing Heifer, I. .-year-old Stores (in good condition). 6 Yearoid Calves,
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
UiOR SALE—Two Sets Driving Harness, as X New. 57, Clooney Terrace. Waterside. 792—8 S XT'OR SALE— Rubber-Tyred Flat Van. Per-

UiOR SALE—Two Sets Driving Harness, as X New. 57, Clooney Terrace. Waterside. 792—8 S XT'OR SALE— Rubber-Tyred Flat Van. Per-

X feet order. Price. £6. Apply 40. Bishop Street. 793—88 TjtOß SALE—IO Cwt. Morris Van; P.M.O. Duty paid. Taxed and Insured, Apply William Buchanan. Burt. _ 788—8 S iART AND HARNESS FOR SALE, for y Heavy Horse. Address “Harness,” Derry Journal. ™ 4 BS _ FOR SALE— Morris Minor Sa
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
nmß cujutua sile OPENS THIS WEEK. Sale LITTLE HOUSES FOR LADIES" FEET.

nmß cujutua sile OPENS THIS WEEK. Sale LITTLE HOUSES FOR LADIES" FEET.

cujutua sile OPENS THIS WEEK. Sale LITTLE HOUSES FOR LADIES" FEET. A shoe is the house your foot lives in; like any other house, it must keep out the weather. look attractive, and its foundation must be good and sound The Comfort Shoes house your feet in comfort and safety. The f
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE OPERA HOUSE:

THE OPERA HOUSE:

'•Radio Parade.'• the biggest screen broadcast of all time, attracted large numbers ol film-goers and wireless fans to the Opera House on the last two nights, and the success which the film has achieved with the Derry public augurs well for the attendances on the concluding nigh
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE DERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1933—PAGE 5. ALLEGED BOUNTY FRAUDS MONAGHAN MEN ON TRIAL. the PORKJTTUATION REPORTS FROM

THE DERRY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1933—PAGE 5. ALLEGED BOUNTY FRAUDS MONAGHAN MEN ON TRIAL. the PORKJTTUATION REPORTS FROM

MARKETING CENTRES. FIFTEEN CHARGES. HOW TYRONE FARMERS ARE HfT. The Town Clerk Informed Dungannon Urban Council on Monday night that matters in relation to the marketing of pigs and pork were rapidly becoming normal. CIVIL SERVANT PLEADS GUILTY. In the Circuit Criminal Court. Du
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PRUSSIAN PREMIER WITH MUSSOLINI

PRUSSIAN PREMIER WITH MUSSOLINI

GERMANY’S WITHDRAWAL FROM GENEVA. Qitrnor Mussolini and Rom< fuesday premier, spent General Goering, ffie Prusaa deadlock to-day trying to break from lhp caused by Germany League and Disarmament Mu'so- The British Uni, who. it is understood. the progress of the conver- PRINCESS
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CASE AGAINST MURRAY.

CASE AGAINST MURRAY.

In the case agalr.st Murray evidence was given by a police sergeant as to serving the notice on Murray in prison. On October 10 an order was made excluding prisoner from certain parts of Northern Ireland and witness served a copy of it on the prisoner on October 15. At 12.30 a m
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PRESIDENT TAKES PROMPT ACTION

PRESIDENT TAKES PROMPT ACTION

8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
GREAT FREE GIFT SCHEME.

GREAT FREE GIFT SCHEME.

10 Down Quilts Given Away Free ! VALUE 30 GUINEAS. Each Cash Purchaser of 2 6 will receive Numbered Voucher. Larger amounts in Proportion. Draw takes place December 28lh, 1933, at 10.30 a.m. Have your Duplicate in the Big Drum. OF DRAPERY, FURNITURE. AND PAPERS. FURNITURE SECTIO
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STUDENTS ORDAINED

STUDENTS ORDAINED

The Ordination Students* Bursary Fund report, presented Master Meglaughlin, slated that last year two students had been ordained and nine were now in receipt of bursaries. It was estimated that £5OO would be required continue the bursaries already granted until the recipients ha
8 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland