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2-30— SPRINGFIELD MURDLB. lm. 4f. 200yds.

2-30— SPRINGFIELD MURDLB. lm. 4f. 200yds.

1 TRBMOtET. ,b g by Tremola-Maidens Mirror (Mrs. Livingstone), 10 0 4-5 2 DORO, 10 0 M. Pringle 11.4 BABBLER. 10 .. Mr. J. Oakes 5 1 Aiso—Pas Soovent (C. and (E. Taylor). Belting—s-4 ©a Tremolet, 11-4 a get Lluvla d’Oro. 5 Babbler. 100 8 others. Tote—Win 3/*; places 2/6. 2'9. He
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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• Amended.

MAIZE firmer U4C. gain. Western No. 2 mixed, spot. 497 B c. OATS firm at 15 B c. aclyanco. White clipr)€d. f.o.b. New York, SSUc. firm at 23 c. dearer. No. 2. spot 52lac. BARLEY firm at 154 c. improvement. American mailing, c.l.i. New York No. 2. 5914 c. FLOUR steady, with Sprin
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Above have arrived

Above have arrived

12 0 Grey Wonder, (Pnnce Khan) ...Butters 11 Minto Crag. 6 (Mre. Common) .....J. Harper 11 0 Boldcro. 8 (Marquis de San-Miguel) ...Barrett 10 Lestebridge. 5 (Mr. H. Clifton) ...............Earl 13 Night Arrow, 3 (Mr Egerton) B. Armstrong 10 12 Sound Box, 8 (Mr. ..^......Law 10 1
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWS IN BRIEF

NEWS IN BRIEF

ULSTER , Tb® people Belcoo, Co. Fermanagh, have asked for urban powers for the lighting the village by electricity. . Derry rural sessions yesterday. David Boyd, Messines Fork, Derry, was fined £5 for driving a motor car when under the influence drink. Charged at Caatlad.rg VMlt
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRINCESS ROYAL

THE PRINCESS ROYAL

Passes a Quiet Day and Remains Comfortable The following bulletin was issued Isst night from 32, Green Street, Loudon The Princess Royal bss passed quiet day, and is comfortable this evening.” Yesterday morning’s bulletin read The Princess Royal’s condition this morning is satis
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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FRENCH ’PLANE WRECKED

FRENCH ’PLANE WRECKED

Unit “Black Cruise” Squadron Forced Down In Spain Msdrid, Wednesday. One ©f the twenty-eight aeroplanes tbs French squadron which is flying to Africa crashed while making forced landing San Javier, near Cartagena, to-day. Toe machine was wrecked, but the crew escaped unhurt. The
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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t n.b.-ethvl fluid is the same fill over the world but “BP” Ethyl from oil other Ethyl petrols because the petrol is a first grade BRITISH patrol from BRITISH owned wells and BRITISH rafiaorios
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW ORANGE LODGE IN BELFAST

NEW ORANGE LODGE IN BELFAST

A new Orange lodge, Cregagh Defenders' L.O.L. 1588, has been instituted in the Albert* bridge Hall, Belfast. The district offioom present the ceremony were:—Bra. Hugh Dempster, W.D.M.; James Watson, D.D.M.; R. A. Stirling. Assistant District Treasurer; Thomas J. B. Matheson, Dis
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS LETTER. THOR3DAY, NOVEMBER C. «»38

BELFAST NEWS LETTER. THOR3DAY, NOVEMBER C. «»38

9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
de-controlled houses

de-controlled houses

Member’s Question Regarding Rent Charges Mr. Bryne. at question time, asked whether 'tic Minister Home Affairs had received t ipie« protests sent tenants of de-con• oiled and subeidy-bnilt houses to the ownws ■ gainst the heavy rents they were compelled •? pay: whether the Goven
9 November 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland