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BELFAST NEWS-LETi’EK, MONUAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1926.

BELFAST NEWS-LETi’EK, MONUAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1926.

27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH LEAGUE.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE.

First Divi.von—St. Mirren 2. Clyde 1; Cowdenbeath 1 Motherweii 1; Dundee I. Dunfermline 1. Falkirk 5. Dundee United 3; St. Johnstone 4. Hamilton Academicals 1; Hiberniana 3, Celtic 2; Hearts 4 Kilmarnock Morton 2. Airdrieomans 1; Queen’s Park 4. Partick Thistle Rangers 3. Aberde
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOURNAMENT AT ORMEAU,

TOURNAMENT AT ORMEAU,

The customary closing tournament at Park, Belfast, was held on Saturday, when, although the greens were somewhat the heavy side, play "as excellent. After tea, prizes given by Mr. C. Clawson (president of Ormeau United). Mr. J. Dalzell (Shaftesburv), the Press Club, and Ormo wer
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mutes the whole of the district of Santarem.

mutes the whole of the district of Santarem.

mutes the whole of the district of The places which ©offered most were Almeirim and Alpiraca, where trees were torn up, harvests destroyed, and the roofs of most of the houses carried away. The population, the paper adds, is panic-stricken: but although the damage is considerable
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERS.

MINISTERS.

27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WEST DOWN AND NORTH ARMAGH HARRIERS AT MARALIN ON SATURDAY.

THE WEST DOWN AND NORTH ARMAGH HARRIERS AT MARALIN ON SATURDAY.

ULSTER BOY SCOUTS. Rev. Y. Fielding Smith and the 57th Belfast Troop. The Rev. V. Fielding Smith, Scoutmaster of the 57th Belfast troop Boy Scouts, who is leaving shortly to take up mission work at Mooradabad, India, was, at meeting in Skegoniel School on Friday, presented with
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DANCE AT WHITEHEAD.

DANCE AT WHITEHEAD.

The Railway Pavilion at Whitehead—the headquarters of the local Badminton Clubwas the scene on Friday evening of a successful dance to mark the inauguration the Badminton season. Valuable prizes were offered for the most original and attractive costumes, Mr. James M. Hodgen, act
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Latest From London

Latest From London

By Private Wire. London Office—lSO, Float Street, E.C.4. Telephone Number—“ City," Lft32. Monday Morning, 5 o’clock. THE COAL NAPOLEON. Defections in Ranks of the Cook “Grand Army.” “RETREAT FROM MOSCOW.” The Morning Post says—Mr. Cook, like Napoleon, has led his grand army towa
27 September 1926 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland