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• L M S DEFER A DIVIDEND. Consideration of the final dividend on sM 5 p cent. Rerence tockss deferred

• L M S DEFER A DIVIDEND. Consideration of the final dividend on sM 5 p cent. Rerence tockss deferred

until e Board meeting. February 8 next. FOREIGN EXCHANGES , New York Montreal Paris Brussels Rome Amsterdam Madrid Berne 10.55 Stockholm Oslo Copenhagen Berlin Calcutta Yokohama Batavia Buenos Aires Rio -1 Hong Kong ..,... Is 20 to is 314
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS.

IRISH FAIRS.

KILLETER—At this monthly . fair good price.prevailed for het qualities . Two-yearold bol locks and heifers El 2 to £l4. year-olds £6 10s to mincers £2 to £2 10s. weanling calves £4 iOs to £5. milch cows El 2 to LH. springing cows El 3 to El 5, dry heifers E 8 to ....lALLYJANESOU
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEMONSTRATION IN BELFAST.

DEMONSTRATION IN BELFAST.

The Belfast G.P.O. phonogram room, where telegrams are sent to and received from sub-offices and subscribers, presented an unusual scene on Wednesday during a gas-mask practice. Fifteen girl telephonists, wearing a respirator fitted with a microphone and head set, carried on the
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSES WRECKED.

HOUSES WRECKED.

The roof of a house was wrecked by the wind, and the gable ends of an adjoining house was blown in at Moseley village, Wolverhampton. on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Badger and some members of her family were in the downstairs rooms in one of the houses. She caught hold of her five
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HAUL OF BACON AND HAM.

HAUL OF BACON AND HAM.

Thirty pounds of ham. 401bs. of bacon. 151bs. of butter, and Slbs. of tea and a bicycle were alleged to have been amongst the articles stolen by two Juveniles who appeared before Mr. J. H. Campbell at the Children Court yester' day. The two, boys, who were aged 14 and 15 years r
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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1 °SFr! INS BRAND TONIC The Greatest of all Tonics for BRAIN.FACI NEURALGIA fo• DEPRESSION INPLUENZ A ANMMI A HEADACHE RHEUMAT ISM DEBILITY INDIGESTION SL. _.sNESS SCIATICA NEURASTHENIA TABLETS or LIQUID, 1 / 3 , 3/. and 5/.. The 3/. size is nearly four times the 1 / 3 site 1 you
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAIN TOPIC OF TALKS

MAIN TOPIC OF TALKS

PARIS, Thursday.—Mr. Chamberlain and Lord Halifax meet the French Ministers this morning for the first Anglo-French conversations since the Munich "crisis" agreement The main topic of the talks was the general international situation, with special reference to Spain, the Far Eas
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH TROUBLE SPREADING

FRENCH TROUBLE SPREADING

VALENCIENNES. Thursday. Fourteen thousand French miners went on strike to-day in the Denain region, occupying works above and below ground. In addition. they took charge of the 31-mile long railway line belonging to the mines. Their action follows closely on the "stay-in" demon
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAMBERLAIN VISIT TO PARIS.

CHAMBERLAIN VISIT TO PARIS.

GERMAN PRESS COMMENT. ATTITUDE TO REARMAMENT. BERLIN. Wednesday.—Discussing the to Paris of the Prime Minister and , rd Halifax. the 'Frankfurter Zeitung" :d V comments that it appears to be p:ace in a somewhat different - -isphere to that anticipated when the c't was first moot
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. II By Our Gallery Correspondent ....

Mr. II By Our Gallery Correspondent ....

Mr. II By Our Gallery Correspondent A House less particular than the House of Commons was yesterday would not have sat for more than an hour. The order paper was end-of-thesession fare, composed of a handful of those amendments of varying importance which the Senate in their wisd
November 24, 1938 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland