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ASHVALE HOUSE, CLONTXAf AL* CARRYDUFF. CLEARANCE SALE. Mr. ROBERT WRIGHT (having sold hau instructed ua to SELL BY on •

ASHVALE HOUSE, CLONTXAf AL* CARRYDUFF. CLEARANCE SALE. Mr. ROBERT WRIGHT (having sold hau instructed ua to SELL BY on •

PREMISES, WEDNESDAY, November, ELEVEN o’clock, 3 GOOD DAIRY COWS (2 S PRINT,IV 4 Store Bullock*, Yearling Cal Breeding Ewes running with Border - Rani, Head Fowl (mostly pulletsl, Cart, Field Car. Spring Van, Harness, I 1 Shifter, Metal Roller, Potato Digger, 11 Hay Rake. Plough
10 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOCKS Self Supporting The new "Elastic” lop @ dispenses with suspenders. Unaffected by washing or perspiration. Comfortable fitting. 4/6 pet

SOCKS Self Supporting The new "Elastic” lop @ dispenses with suspenders. Unaffected by washing or perspiration. Comfortable fitting. 4/6 pet

pair. MOORE & WOOD. p n g c e
10 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
autumnal equinox The sun has now entered the autumnal equinox—the season of gales, cold and rain. Keep a little >»

autumnal equinox The sun has now entered the autumnal equinox—the season of gales, cold and rain. Keep a little >»

Old Bushmills Whiskey in the home as a sure safeguard against winter colds and sickness. “OLD BUSHMILLS” Whiskey guaranteed for purity and quality.
10 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CORFORATION ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT. COOKING BY ELECTRICITY DEMONS!RAJ 10AS will be given in ROSELAND’B public elementary school, andersonstown AT 7-30

BELFAST CORFORATION ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT. COOKING BY ELECTRICITY DEMONS!RAJ 10AS will be given in ROSELAND’B public elementary school, andersonstown AT 7-30

p.m. DAILY FROM MONDAY, 18th NOVEMBER, till FRIDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, MlSS LEES and MISS LUDLOW. The Demonstrations will be conducted conjunction with MEN'S ELECTRIC LAMPS & SUPPLIES, LTD. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
11 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR HUGO’S SELECTIONS

SIR HUGO’S SELECTIONS

FINES HERBES FANCIED May Win Knowsley Nursery for Lord Derby GOLDEN KING THE DAY’S NAP Gordon Richards will almost certainly break Fred Archer’s record Liverpool to-day. am sure that will be more plessci than he when that task is accomplished, for tbcu, perhaps, will be released
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the selection

the selection

(Bj Our Political Cormpondont) No Stone is being left unturned by Unionist Party to secure the r ct of nil its candidates. Those who ; oo opposed will have the assistance o£ -.,n',.(is of the Cabinet and other while in each division there !1 be enthusiastic bands o£ canvassers.
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FREE STATE GOVERNMENT

FREE STATE GOVERNMENT

“Unrelenting Hostility” To New Volunteer Reserve The Irieh Republican Army, in statement issued last night, criticised the Free Btate Army Volunteer Reeerve which Mr. Aiken (Minister for I>efence) has announced his intention inaugurating. The new volunteer reserve will recruit f
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF APPENDIX SATISFACTORY BULLETIN

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF APPENDIX SATISFACTORY BULLETIN

The princess royal was operated on for the removal of the appendix by Sir Crisp English, F.R.C.S., in London yesterday. The following bulletin was issued from 32, Green Street, last night:— Princess Koyal has passed fairly comfortable day, and her condition is satisfactory.” The
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GAME RAIDERS FOILED

GAME RAIDERS FOILED

Running Fight In South IMca’a National Betem Jobunubarg. A nid tbo Kruger National Park, South Africa's vast gams reservo, by poachers from Portuguese Mozambique baa bean repulsed alter a running figbt. Warning of tbe nid was received in time to send several patrols rushing to t
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL AUTHOR:

LOCAL AUTHOR:

In the TJleter Senele leader of the Home (Mr. Campbell, K.C. (Ketioi for cleerence pot forward by local eutb ronterred them the Act ot 1931 That did nothing had been done .1 prove the condition un* Unitary authorities thro, continuously -serting pre each property to have the end
8 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland