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OPENING DEALINGS.

OPENING DEALINGS.

Very Ilrm conditions prevail in the money market. and the rate for call lona is more per rent. than i per rent. Discount rates err tending upwards—Short bilk at 15-16 t o 1 per cent., three months' bills at 1 per cent. INACTIVE MARKETS. The attention taken up with the templetion
9 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRANTWOOD SPORTS tOMMITtEE. GRAND CONCERT TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) NIGHT. at $ la the CO-OPERATIVE HALL. Frederick Street. Captain W. REID will

BRANTWOOD SPORTS tOMMITtEE. GRAND CONCERT TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) NIGHT. at $ la the CO-OPERATIVE HALL. Frederick Street. Captain W. REID will

Preside. Good Selection of Prominent Artists.
9 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR ALL H.M.V. RECORDS: -THE SPECIALISTS" 91 DONEGALL STREET and 14 RIDDELS ARCADE Pingo Ills BELFAST

FOR ALL H.M.V. RECORDS: -THE SPECIALISTS" 91 DONEGALL STREET and 14 RIDDELS ARCADE Pingo Ills BELFAST

9 November 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
. A PORTRUSH BUNGALOW. ALLECED DEFECTS IN FLUE. BUILDER'S UNSUCCESSFUL CLAIM. At Ballymoney Quarter Sessions, Judge Bates heard an interesting

. A PORTRUSH BUNGALOW. ALLECED DEFECTS IN FLUE. BUILDER'S UNSUCCESSFUL CLAIM. At Ballymoney Quarter Sessions, Judge Bates heard an interesting

action in which Herbert Linton, Frocess, building contractor, sued Katherine M•Ewan, Coleraine Road, Portrush, for £4B balance due for work and labour done and materials provided by plaintiff for defendant in the building of a buegalow. Mr. J. 0. H. Long, B.L. (instructed by Mes
9 November 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BALLYMONEY FREE. PRESS. THE BETTER MARGARINE ONLY PER lb. PACKET. when your note came—do you remember that note, Betty

THE BALLYMONEY FREE. PRESS. THE BETTER MARGARINE ONLY PER lb. PACKET. when your note came—do you remember that note, Betty

P" I remembered it well enough, the diplomatic olive-branch I had extended to Roger alter a sleepless night, when I first realised that I could not bear to see him married Co Marian. But I said nothing. - - - " There was only one thing for it," Roger went on. "To tell Marian the
9 November 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
gterno to% tie Mottoewite.

gterno to% tie Mottoewite.

gterno to% Mottoewite. COOKERY RECIPES. OFINRY SAUCE. One head celery, white stuck or water, pepper, salt. Wash a small head of celery, cut it into shreds and stew it. slowly until tender it white stock or water. thuin off any superflous liquid and rub the celery through a fine s
9 November 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POSSESSION OF FIREARMS.

POSSESSION OF FIREARMS.

At Limavady Petty Sessions on Tuesday 1 —before Mr. R. W. Glass, R.M.— Captain W. F. Creery, D. 1., prosecuted John Thompson, 9, Glenburn Terrace, Belfast, on the usual four counts for ' reckless driving of a motor car at Artikelly, near Limavady, on the 26th August last, also f
9 November 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BALLYMONEY, FREE PRESS. Ballymena Crown Sessions• tendencies and was easily enticed to commit acts of hooliganism. The offences w

THE BALLYMONEY, FREE PRESS. Ballymena Crown Sessions• tendencies and was easily enticed to commit acts of hooliganism. The offences w

ere all very trivial—assault, obstructing the passaga of pedestrians, and disorderly behaviour. It would be a hardship on the !?boy's father to estreat the recognisances rin the full amount—£lo. . His Honour agreed to a suggestion by Mr. Boyle to adjourn the application until ne
9 November 1933 - Ballymoney Free Press and Northern Counties Advertiser - Ballymoney, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURSING AT ROSCREA. AN EXCELLENT DAY'S SPORT AT

COURSING AT ROSCREA. AN EXCELLENT DAY'S SPORT AT

gentleman, and he might g ive us special consideration.— Mr Mabo e° Mr raP M llla cG ° i r l Y l : Pa lt w m ers ig ? h — t t i e r d a s •a y s ,a ti n e d ld th in e expensive to use e°3;llMPGraßolaagryeriaPa: powers . The not suggesting that Lordnot a ß p o u s s b e l s i p
9 November 1933 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
d per ITS. AL TEA. STATE.

d per ITS. AL TEA. STATE.

9 November 1933 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland