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DAN BULGER RUMOURS

DAN BULGER RUMOURS

Adverse rumours have been abroad concerning the welfare of Dan Bulger, and I prefer Daytona because he is a horse of whom we have seen more in public. Esquemeling has been second in his last two races, and belongs to Mr. J. do Rothschild, at whose instigation the Cambridgeshire
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FARR AND HIS CHALLENGERS

FARR AND HIS CHALLENGERS

To Discuss Terms With Wembley Authorities Tommy Farr, the British and Empire heavyweight champion, refreshed by a long sleep following his welcome home friends on Monday, spoke to a reporter yesterday about the prospect of a fight in London. have heard all about those heavyweigh
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
S. A. Land 80/0

S. A. Land 80/0

‘J/10i Spaanvaler. 9/6 Springs .... 30/0-ij S.A. Towns 13/6 Sub Nigel.. Tano Drg.. 0/9 Taquah, A. 22/6 Tarkwa W. l//i-0/3 T. C. Expln 37/6-1/3 Union Corp 7g -ft Van Dyk... 25/0 Ventcrspost 35//i+7S Vlakfontein 31/3-1/3 Vogclst’bult 21/3 West Rand 30/7i W.R Inv Tr •4/4ft+4ft W. S
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1937 ME. EDEN DEFENDS FARM SUBSIDIES

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1937 ME. EDEN DEFENDS FARM SUBSIDIES

Outlook for Industry After Rearmament Attacks on the Government’s policy of agricultural subsidies are replied to by Mr. Anthony Eden, the Foreign Secretary, in his monthly letter to his constituents in the Warwick and Leamington division. Farmers would stand In no need of subsi
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVESTOCK SALES

LIVESTOCK SALES

MESSRS. R. J. ALLAM, LTD. At the as. of fat sheep and lambs held by Messrs. R. J. Allam, Ltd.. in the Oxford Mart. Oxford Street. Belfast. on Monday, supplies on offer were of similar dimensions to those of last week. choice pen lambs realised 65s each, which was the top price.
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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GENEROUS HIRE PURCHASE WRITE for folder No. B.C. Si illustrates and describes the range of G.E.C. Radio. Sent /»<» request. Cash pruc lUgns LOOK hmderfke hmetsat iheHiotor Show- lon will see CHAMPION PLUGS in almost aery engine! [HAMPION LARCyi SALE KDDLMBX. I motor jhow ' . STA
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM COBH.

FROM COBH.

Cameronta ... Oct 17 tTransylvania Dec 12 Caledonia ... Nov 14 Cameronia ... Jan From Belfast day previous ♦ Calls Boston. Anchor Line : Belfast. Derry. Dublin, or agents throughout Ireland.
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES A discriminating: public has recognised in SUNSHINE COAL a fuel of outstanding merit, hence the reason why it

PUBLIC NOTICES A discriminating: public has recognised in SUNSHINE COAL a fuel of outstanding merit, hence the reason why it

the fireside Favourite. Intensely heat-giving, clean-burning and economical. Test a Ton—Phone 21616 ARTHUR S. DAVIDSON, LTD., Arthur Square
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHILDREN'S THEATRE ULSTER HALL. SATURDAY, at 2-30. AN IDEAL ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHILDREN AND GROWN UPS. Tickets, 2/4, 1/2, 6d, from

CHILDREN'S THEATRE ULSTER HALL. SATURDAY, at 2-30. AN IDEAL ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHILDREN AND GROWN UPS. Tickets, 2/4, 1/2, 6d, from

Hart and Churchill Ltd., Wellington Place.
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOW MAKER LTD., SECOND ANNUAL DANCE BE HELD ON FRIDAY, VV December, 3rd, 1937, in the BELFAST PLAZA. CABARET from

BOW MAKER LTD., SECOND ANNUAL DANCE BE HELD ON FRIDAY, VV December, 3rd, 1937, in the BELFAST PLAZA. CABARET from

the LENA KING DANCE STUDIO. Novelty Dances and Valuable Prizes. Tickets, including Supper, 5/-. Proceeds in aid of Motor and Cycle Trades Benevolent Fund.
13 October 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland