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HIGHEST SCORE IN THEIR CAREER Seventh Successive Win for Glentoran COLERAINE HANDICAP PorUdown 1, Coleraine 0 A dull game at Portadown resulted In a win for Portadown. The points went to the better side, and with more steadiness the score would been augmented. Coleraine had to r
Irrespective of the Immense demand for linen thread for Government needs, it is practically certain that when the figures for the complete year become available very material increases will be manifest In exports of this essential commodity. In respect of the first eight months,
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