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FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS.

FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS.

To-day—The valuable holding of over sixtyfour acres, with the substantial residence known as Mayfield, at Red Hill, Dromore, containing dining, drawing, and breakfast rooms, six beurooms, Ac. Two slated cottages are the land. Messrs. George Breston A Son, auctioneers, Dromore; M
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM THE REGIONALS.

FROM THE REGIONALS.

LONDON. 5.30 Callender’s Hand; John Turner, tenor. 6.30-7.45 —The TTB.C. Orchestra, Section C; Enid Cruickshank, contralto; Dale Smith, baritone. 0.5 —Orchestral Concert; Programme taken from the opera Tannhauser,” by Richard Wagner. Artists taking part: Florence Easton, Walter
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1934 ARRANGEMENTS.

1934 ARRANGEMENTS.

Interesting Report on Pig Section. At yesterday'a meeting of the Council of the Ulster Agricultural Society in the Grand Central Hotel, Belfast, the President, the Right Hon. J. Milne Barbour, D.L., M.P., eaid it gave him great pleasure to pro|K*e for life membership the Society
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITY Y.M.C.A. SUNDAY, 3.30. (Doors open 2 30.) PRAISE SERVICE by the Y.M.C.A. MIXED AND MALE VOICE CHOIRS. Conductor: Robert

CITY Y.M.C.A. SUNDAY, 3.30. (Doors open 2 30.) PRAISE SERVICE by the Y.M.C.A. MIXED AND MALE VOICE CHOIRS. Conductor: Robert

Winnington, A.R.C.O. and the SALVATION ARMY CITADEL BAND. Bandmaster: John Wilson.
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fUti-SSIUON UNf ST JOHN, N. 8., AND HALIFAX, N.S tLel'titt Nor. 2M H'ifornia ...l>er. * only ♦ From Dyllast. (

fUti-SSIUON UNf ST JOHN, N. 8., AND HALIFAX, N.S tLel'titt Nor. 2M H'ifornia ...l>er. * only ♦ From Dyllast. (

From LouJonckrry. Anchor-Don Um«, Foyle 81., Derry, 1/6, Victoria Street, Belfast; or bocal Agents.
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRIVER GIVES CHASE

DRIVER GIVES CHASE

Immediately the shot was tired there was a sound of scurrying as if someone was run- The driver of the tram jumped from the footplate and dashed in the direction trom which the shooting came, but he was unable to see anyone owing to the pitch black darkness that prevailed and th
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(By M. E. Macdonald.)

(By M. E. Macdonald.)

world, now that it is freed from the anxiety and turmoil of war, has almost forgotten the gallant part played that great arena by the women Ulster. Many of them, belonging to every status in life, helped to form, with other countries, the united band of women war workers. They a
11 November 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LARXE DISTRICT L.O.L. No. 1 GUNPOWDIiiK PLOT SPECIAL ANNIVEKSAKV SERVICE «il (I . V.) held Hi FIRST EARN! PRESBYTERIAN CHCKCH

LARXE DISTRICT L.O.L. No. 1 GUNPOWDIiiK PLOT SPECIAL ANNIVEKSAKV SERVICE «il (I . V.) held Hi FIRST EARN! PRESBYTERIAN CHCKCH

un SABBATH I'Jth inst., at p.m. Preacher —Br. Rev. J. 1.. DONAGHY
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
assisted by Br. Rev. W. C* COWDEN

assisted by Br. Rev. W. C* COWDEN

assisted by Br. Rev. C* Sirecial Collection tor Lord Enniskillen Memorial Orphan Society. Brethren to assemble at Victoria Orange Hall B-30 p.m. Chaine’s Flute Baud will accompany proi MASONIC i’KOVLMT. ANTIMM. Notice hereby oivkn that a STAT'EL) CO.MMENICAI ion the R\\ THE PROVI
11 November 1933 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland