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JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

Men's doubles—Second round—D. 1). Kerr and W. W. I). Sides beat R. H. Crawlord and O. D Clarke—ls*2, 15-8; J. A. Connell and J. C. Pollock beat S. J. Agnew B. D. Harper-15-6, 15-5; B. Hanna and R. O. Whyte beat M. Parke and A. B. Smyth—ls-5. 15-10. t d round—B. Hanna and H. Whyt
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BILLIARDS CLOSING SCORES

BILLIARDS CLOSING SCORES

At Thurston’s. London. Scorce Davis, 12.224; Newman piny). 11.358. Break'—Davis. 1,116 (full). 165 and 131; Newman, 282, 214, 212, 164, 145, 161 and 51 (unfinished). Anthrax has broken out two farms in Northamptonshire, involving twelve ' aluable beasts, all which hayo been dest
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLAND SCOTLAND

ENGLAND SCOTLAND

PEEBLES HYDRO FOR HEALTH lt*a ginrinop Herbies Bathe A Klectncai Kquipmeni of Modern gpa. Fully licenced. Indoor Pa»iimeß Dancing. From 15/6 per day. Tariff free T Road.-Dclachcd Resilience for Sale. Jj 2 sitting-rooms, 4 bedrooms and box room, bathroom, separate w.c. (tiled), k
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRIDGE CLUB. A few vacancies ealat Civil Service Bridge Club for memhera the Civil Service. Club maete Tuesdaji Thursday!. Bubecrlption

BRIDGE CLUB. A few vacancies ealat Civil Service Bridge Club for memhera the Civil Service. Club maete Tuesdaji Thursday!. Bubecrlption

11/- T. WALKER-JACKSON, W 279 19, Hollycroft Road, Belfast.
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JAMES H. BOND & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers, and Cattle Salesmen, Commercial Buildings, Londonderry.

JAMES H. BOND & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers, and Cattle Salesmen, Commercial Buildings, Londonderry.

8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LAST FEW DAYS of SALE Ulll ||||| I lU||P M Bride & Co.’s (Belfast) Stock mliLlillLLnfluu

LAST FEW DAYS of SALE Ulll ||||| I lU||P M Bride & Co.’s (Belfast) Stock mliLlillLLnfluu

SIX COUfTTY ELECTION action by nationalists. APPEAL TO MR. DEVLIN. A meeting of the Executive of the National League the North was held in St. Mary’s Hall. Belfast, on Monday, he Venerable Archdeacon Tierney, P.P., Enniskillen, presiding. Representatives attended from each of th
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Sale

Sale

truth is that while Mr. O’Duffy is damned an impossible political past, Mr. Mac Dermot is doomed by the equally impossible future which he proposes to the nation for accept- ance. EMPIRE GLAMOUR. R. MacDERMOT is totally Incapable realising, even at this late hour, that his roman
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN VIEW.

AMERICAN VIEW.

President Roosevelt In a statement at Washington, after referring to the origin and result of the conversations, and to the proposed payment by the British Government in December, says In view of this representation of the payment and of the impossibility at this time of passing
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PIG MARKETS.

PIG MARKETS.

Mr. J. Fleming, secretary of the Irish Pig Dealers’ Association, wrote that his committee had been in consultation with the Minister for Agriculture regarding the reviving of live pig markets in the northern Free State area, and members of the association were willing to attend
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
: NOTES FOR FARMERS. >

: NOTES FOR FARMERS. >

NOTES FOR FARMERS. ... ❖❖<•<♦<♦ * * * * * ❖❖❖<►❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖❖ ♦> NOVEMBER ON THE FARM. POULTRY-KEEPING FOR PROFIT BY AN EXPERT. v, month of November one aswith sen se loneliness and solisociates perhaps, that one retude and sighs for the good things tlects steadily increasing °> put
8 November 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland