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CLAIM FOR WORK DONE

CLAIM FOR WORK DONE

Al Dungarvan Circuit Court on Wednesday before his Lordship Judge Sealy, K.C. WADE v. DWYER. This was a claim for work done made Thos. Wade against John and Mrs. Dwyer, Boohadoon. Mr. E. A. Carroll, solicitor, Permoy, lor plaintiff. Mr. Esmond, 8.L.. instructed by Mr. E. A. Ryan
11 November 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF MR. J. A. KENNEDY.

DEATH OF MR. J. A. KENNEDY.

The deep sympathy of a very wide circle of friends will be extended to Dr. Denis Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy, Parnell St., Waterford, in their bereavement occasioned by the death of their son, Mr. Sean A. Kennedy, which occurred on Saturday at Leysin, Switzerland. The remains of th
11 November 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BREEN’S THE BRIDGE.

BREEN’S THE BRIDGE.

THE QUALITY VICTUALLERS. ’Phone 281. A BUSINESS MAN’S HOTEL WHEN VISITING DUBLIN No Risk of Failure FOUR COURTS HOTEL Jl t you use our (ADJOINING THE POUR COURTS). FAMOUS COFFEE 100 Comfortable Bedrooms. Hot and Co id II BEO AND BRIEAKMST FROM 7/6. ' PriCO 2/10 POf Ifoa | ALWAYS
11 November 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Hlatfrfcirlt THE WATERFORD STANDARD SATURDAY MORNING,

Hlatfrfcirlt THE WATERFORD STANDARD SATURDAY MORNING,

THE WATERFORD STANDARD SATURDAY MORNING, MORRIS S SAW MILLS AND TIMBER YARD MANOR STREET, WATERFORD. WE STOCK FOREIGN SAWN & PLANED TIMBER OF ALL RINDS. OUR SAWING. PLANING, AND MOULDING MACHINERY IS DRIVEN BY POWER FROM THE SHANNON WORKS. ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. SAMUEL MORRIS,
11 November 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS.

VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS.

Slievenamon,” Tivoli, Tramore.—Vacancies for one or two permanent boarders. Select, comfortable, convenient; good cooking. Mrs. Val. J. Long. c-7-10 WORK REQUIRED. Respectable woman desires work, a few days or half days weekly. Mrs. White, Cove Lane, Ballinakill.
11 November 1933 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
NPTT SALES FAR EXCEED THOSE OF ANY, MONDAY, NOVEM ithcb ULSTER MORNING NEWBP 1R 13, 1933 C, iff n ,.

NPTT SALES FAR EXCEED THOSE OF ANY, MONDAY, NOVEM ithcb ULSTER MORNING NEWBP 1R 13, 1933 C, iff n ,.

n Wear nur Matita"" Linlaw,' Wootlen Materials and Styles cannot be equalled. Prices are moderate Your inspection is invited. The Ulster Arcade Brands) Ltd. THIS WEEK’S COAL PRICES. CMI an/-: Bnglisli Kitchen Coil, 42/- » BucourtCoel. 49/^“° ; n(l^' “.tcben Cofll, S2/-: Hetcourt
13 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLENTORAN drop a point

GLENTORAN drop a point

Martin’s Hat-trick for Celtic Against Derry City
13 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ttrr.nv FOOT ha THRILLING GAME AT RAVENHILL

ttrr.nv FOOT ha THRILLING GAME AT RAVENHILL

QUEEN’S STILL UNBEATEN Instonians Accounted For in Second Half TWO HARROW VICTORIES The "arae between Queen'. University and Instoniana at Bavenhill Saturday wa. t 0 the most interesting th, programme and fully lived to was expected of tt. Instonians had best of the exchange, m
13 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAILED I ROM THIS PORT

SAILED I ROM THIS PORT

SAILED ROM THIS PORT Dorothy, .m-I C'.rrib. for Comnirrco. for Tioja, for Kllermcre Port: J. Crate, for . Corfict. Kcrrymore and F.vrWn. for Oarstr.n ash more, for Whlfchayeo; Crai?. 102.1 ' for Ayr; f?weehnrra, for It' iliorficld, for Ardroesan; Dromlough, for Liverpool ARRIVED
13 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROAD ACCIDENTS

ROAD ACCIDENTS

vs the Editor or the sallait Newt-Letter •' Sir—Pleaso permit to trespass again on your valuable apace. shall as brief aa possible. Hr. Hunt, instead of answering my questions “Yes’’ or “No” replies: “When humanity , , . ie satisfied, dtc., Ac.” This merely begging the question.
13 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland