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Recent Election

Recent Election

Sir Basil Brooke, replying, said that the hon. member for South Fermanagh (Mr. Healy) was correct in saying that in Fermanagh there was a nominator who was not actually qualified as pig producer, though was registered. When the attention of the Ministry was drawn to the fact tha
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY. QUESTIONS

PARLIAMENTARY. QUESTIONS

Mr. Nixon (Ind., Woodvale) hae the following notice of motion down for diecuasion in the Ulster House of Commons on Tuesday next : That in the opinion of this House the Government should, in order to make better provision for the happinese and comfort of aged people and widows,
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEW CHESS

BELFAST NEW CHESS

All communications* in reference to this column should be audiessc-J to the Chess Editor. Solutions of Problems are ioviied, and will be duly acknowledges. All queries requiring reply through the should be accompanied stamped addressed envelope. Problem No. 2440.-By P. Bo water
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BALLYMENA COMPETITION

BALLYMENA COMPETITION

In the first round of the Seventh Knock-Out Competition at Ballymena on Tuesday night, “The Homers,” who are holders of the cup, were defeated by The Commissioners by 24 run#.
01 July 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL MATT.

ROYAL MATT.

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01 July 1937 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANGLING NOTES

ANGLING NOTES

Good Catches on the Upper Bann The Clerk of the Weather must have hew reading theso notes for we have, at last, had some much-needed rain, although could with plenty more of it. There has been sufficient, however, to fteshen up the rivers, and the smaller streams in the Moume Mo
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MINISTERS’ ARMS PLEDGES

MINISTERS’ ARMS PLEDGES

The ** Daily Mail says—The air estimates for the coming year will be debated in the House of Commons this evening, and is impossible to deny that anxiety is growing throughout the country as to their evident inadequacy. But there is a general expectation that this afternoon Sir
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF LADY COLLINS

DEATH OF LADY COLLINS

The death of Lady Collins, widow of Lord Collins, of Kensington at her residence in South Eaton Place, London, the age of 95, is announced m the Times.” She was Joan, daughter of the Very Rev. Ogle William Moore, Dean of Clogher, and she was married in 1868 Richard Henn Collins,
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH NAVAL PROGRAMME

FRENCH NAVAL PROGRAMME

A New Capital Ship In Building List PARIS, Wednesday. The Navy Commitfee of the Chamber has unanimously adopted the report of M. Appell in favour tho Naval Construction Bill for which M. Pietr: (the Minister of Marine) presented on Ist March. this Bill the Minister of Marine is
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ballycastle Defeat Newry Intermediate

Ballycastle Defeat Newry Intermediate

at Antrim Ncwry Intermediate School mado gallant effort to wrest the Ulster Schools’ Cup from the holders, Ballycastlo High School, at Antrim jesterday afternoon. It was only after extra time had been played that Ballycastle won by the odd goal seven, and while one could feel ad
08 March 1934 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland