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8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT TO BELFAST

VISIT TO BELFAST

The Princess in recent years has been one of the busiest members of the Royal Family, and the record of her public engagements almost equals that of the Prince of Wales. She visited Belfast October, 1028, and reopened the Samaritan Hospital, after exten- Sl< The Prince of Wales,
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST DAY

FIRST DAY

HALLGramllatber Clock (square Inass dial), curved Oak Table, Carved Oak Sideboard, I'laqucs, War Curios, Brass and China Ornaments, I’iar.o Flayer, Mahogany Bookcase (diamond Irames), etc. DININGROOM Chippendale Diningroom Chairs Leutlier, Mahogany Telescope Dining Table, Richly
11 November 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
HOSPITALS’ TRUST.

HOSPITALS’ TRUST.

Hospitals’ Trust, Loinstor League ■eleven, visit Sligo Sunday, 19th., and if reports hand can relied the Bovs of the Sweep will put a hard fight.
11 November 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
from the date of the appearance of this Thurs., Frl. and Sat.—Nov. 16, 17 & 18.

from the date of the appearance of this Thurs., Frl. and Sat.—Nov. 16, 17 & 18.

from the date the appearance of this Thurs., Frl. and Sat.—Nov. 16, 17 & 18. COUNTY SLIGO COMMITTEE OF AGRICULTURE. NOTICE PUBLISHING TIME AND PLACE OF AUDIT, Notice is hereby given, that tho Audit the Accounts ilie above-named Committee for the financial period ended the day of
11 November 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
AT THE FAMOUS

AT THE FAMOUS

HAZLEWOOD RACE COURSE Judge: Mr. M. Walsh. Slipper: Mr. M. Horan. THE NATIONAL BREEDERS TRIAL STAKES (DERBY) AND GUIDING SPATS CUP (presented P. J. Mulligan, Esq.) for 16 Dog Puppies at each. Winner, Runners-up, Two Greyhounds. IDs each (ii Stake fills). Cup to be won twice ; su
11 November 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO CHAMPION, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11.1933.

THE SLIGO CHAMPION, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11.1933.

policy of the Fianna Fail Government was going to do still further Injury it was the duty of the people to put an end it as soon as possible. The United Ireland Party had a sound policy and united all the best interests tlie country (applause) KIND
11 November 1933 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ahascragh court. plantation rim *t ■allyrobail PROSECUTieN AT AMABCBAQH. At the District Court Thursday, Mr. Conry, Acting District Justice presiding.

ahascragh court. plantation rim *t ■allyrobail PROSECUTieN AT AMABCBAQH. At the District Court Thursday, Mr. Conry, Acting District Justice presiding.

The Attorney-General at the suit of Sunt Dunphy, Ballinasloe, prosecuted Patrick tiately, Currahoolia, Ballyforan, with the alleged malicious burning wood cmvenient to Balyforan, the property of the i:l.c. Mr. Dunphy in outlining the case for the prosecution, said that convenien
11 November 1933 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
—■ ■ ■ CVIATCO Of ASmat*

—■ ■ ■ CVIATCO Of ASmat*

Supt. Dnnphy James Stntinton, Doom, with assaulting Thomas Kelly, same place. Thomas Kelly, in reply Supt. ■aid was farmer anj knew the accused aria whom ho was on unfriendly terms for .(he last two years. He attended the fair ■t Ahascragh the 25th August and had some drink but
11 November 1933 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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