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LARNE AND INVER PARISH SALE OF WORK. UNITY AND KEYNOTE. nunoundings reminiscent of city , . „tjii stxire planted at

LARNE AND INVER PARISH SALE OF WORK. UNITY AND KEYNOTE. nunoundings reminiscent of city , . „tjii stxire planted at

departmental ur C h sale novelty held on l 1-ar.sh Hall, ii i if ever lias there been more teen in Larne talc of udrk or iSr t'be outstanding feature was the installation the s.s. and Inver comnlete with mast, ropes, Hag, decks compievo, ai orname ntal t Then there was shawl par
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HATCH OF MONTHS,

HATCH OF MONTHS,

Patrick Lardy, 90 Hanover Street, Belfast. was the next prisoner in the dork, and it was said when charßed will wait until I get into the Court. The certificate as to the accused a refusal to answer questions was then put in. In reply to Mr. Clarke, accused said his attitude was
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FUNERAL FURNISHING COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS

FUNERAL FURNISHING COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS

All requirements supplied immediately from stock. TERMS POSITIVELY MODERATE.
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MIDNIGHT CALL. TRAGIC DEATH OF LADY HEW ART AT LONDON MANSION HOUSE Option of t abau The° tragedy occurred

THE MIDNIGHT CALL. TRAGIC DEATH OF LADY HEW ART AT LONDON MANSION HOUSE Option of t abau The° tragedy occurred

just before mid- More than 1,000 guest, were assembled in the lavishly - decorated she suddenly fell forward^ *.rES S.--ss .. •‘K'n,.,. ik..- He'’.** to Hundreds o of bewildered ® t 9 ”® horrified when they learned of the reason for the abandonment. The tracedy marred what has b
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARBICK RUGBY NOTES.

CARBICK RUGBY NOTES.

Carrick, having no League fixture on Saturday, tried their strength against North 2nd in a friendly encounter Belfast and were defeated 17 points to nil. The locals were short of their usual players, and some new blood was trieel. , . , Carrirk second string, who are present at
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SMUGGLER who used BELFAST AS BASE 23,600 FINE ON GERMAN lighters in car upholstery OVER BORDER IN DARKNESS

SMUGGLER who used BELFAST AS BASE 23,600 FINE ON GERMAN lighters in car upholstery OVER BORDER IN DARKNESS

astonishing story of how 17,000 cigarette lighters were smugged t 0 r via the Ulster-Free State Border, a fleet of motorcars being used for the purpose, was told at Clerkenwell Police Court, Jondon, when a German named Cuno Dickhofer (36), of Hyde, jjendon, was fined £3,681 for
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST DEPORTEE GIVEN ROUGH TIME IN YOUGHAL. ATTACKED BY WORSHIPPERS. TAKEN TO BARRACKS FOB SAFETI. A man named Patrick F.

BELFAST DEPORTEE GIVEN ROUGH TIME IN YOUGHAL. ATTACKED BY WORSHIPPERS. TAKEN TO BARRACKS FOB SAFETI. A man named Patrick F.

Gammcll, stated Communist, who cently deported from Belfast, was attacked and roughly handled by a crowd m Mam Street, Yougbal. County Cork. He took up his position at the end of Chapel Lane, and began to address people coming from evening devotions. After he had made some refer
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEN EGGS. (Sussing JT^rhatives

HEN EGGS. (Sussing JT^rhatives

WANTED TO KN\>W THE WHEREABOUTS Of THE FOLLOWING RELATIVES OB FRIENDSi— ROOM Margaret Ellen, who resided Belfast IB3ti and went to America. Informa- Hon from any ‘flos'T Ei neat Fisher. Rifle, Colorado, R. 2. Bos 30. wnuii-HAV F.—East heard of reaiding .t i 9 Parade. Belfast Inf
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHEMISTS’ H.Q OPENED “ SCHOOL RUGBY " DUNMURRY EX-SERVICEMEN

CHEMISTS’ H.Q OPENED “ SCHOOL RUGBY " DUNMURRY EX-SERVICEMEN

CHEMISTS’ H.Q OPENED SCHOOL RUGBY DUNMURRY EX-SERVICEMEN room at the back of his church th Rev. Dr. Kiekie-Cobb, rector of St. Ethel- burga’i, Bishopgate, London, runs mini.- child _„ 15 a Servant, tnre works ith a staff of voluntary mother? ,. Mother arily)-“I really D m o\c”pfe
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
blankets, wadded quilts, COLOURED ALHAMBRA QUILTS, AND FLANNELETTE SHEETS BLANKETS —8/6, 9/6.10/6.13/6,15/-, 20/-. 25/-per pair. WADDED "QUILTS—4/11, 6/11, 9/6. 12/6

blankets, wadded quilts, COLOURED ALHAMBRA QUILTS, AND FLANNELETTE SHEETS BLANKETS —8/6, 9/6.10/6.13/6,15/-, 20/-. 25/-per pair. WADDED "QUILTS—4/11, 6/11, 9/6. 12/6

each. ALHAMBRA QUILTS-2/9. 3/6, 3/11, 5/6, 8/6 each. WHITE HONEYCOMB QUILTS-7/6, 8/6, 9/11 each. FILLED CUSHIONS —7d, lOd, to 3/6 each. CASH DRAPERY CO., 14 Dunluce Street, LARNE.
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland