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“ IRISH REVIEW AND ANNUAL, 1938.”

“ IRISH REVIEW AND ANNUAL, 1938.”

IRISH REVIEW AND ANNUAL, 1938.” The Irish Review and Annual. 1938,'’ will be issued as a free supplement to the Irish Times on Monday next, January 2nd. The “Review and Annual’’ is now in its fifth year of publication, and indication of its increasing popularity as a work referen
December 31, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE Cty of Derry Building Society has undoubtedly proved to a sound concern to* BOBBOWERS «"> -INVESTORS Let it assist

THE Cty of Derry Building Society has undoubtedly proved to a sound concern to* BOBBOWERS «"> -INVESTORS Let it assist

you in providing the facilities yon require for HOME OWNERSHIP » INVESTING Small or large sums. EVERT APPLICATION DEALT WITH ON ITS MERITS. Secretary, - FRED. J. SIMMONS. Offices, - - - The Diamond, Londonderry. No Branobes. Telephone 2464. ■- Telegrams. “Blslms. '
December 31, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6. 1938.

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6. 1938.

FBAZEB. MITCHELL ft Aocilooaen IfM Bschaas*Balaroomi. udVaioMt. « V rwnia-wr—l. Durr, BUHOEANA. HOUSEHOLD PUBRITUBE AMD EFFECTS. are instructed by Mrs. T. Johnston to SELL BY AUCTION, at above Address, on THURSDAY, 13th OCTOBER, 1938, commencing at ELEVEN o'clock, Handsome Walnu
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY SHIPPING NEWS.

LONDONDERRY SHIPPING NEWS.

ARRIVALS. October 4th. S.S. Donagliadee, Ayr, coal. October sth. 5.5. Lairdsgrove, Glasgow, light. 5.5. Lairdsglen, Glasgow, passengers and general. 5.5. Saint Enoch, Glasgow, coal. SAILINGS. October 3rd. 5.5. Starfinch, Coleraine, general. 5.5. Saint Oran, Bonawo, light. 5.5. S
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN.

LIVERPOOL CORN.

Wheat parcels neglected, and nominally 6d to Is lower ; No. 3 Manitoba October quoted 24s 9d, South Australian afloat 27s 6d, Russian afloat 20s to 22s on sample. Flour quiet. Maize—Spot dull, fair arrivals; American yellow 6s 2d, River Plate 6s 3d to 6s 3£d; parcels 3d lower bu
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OMAGH POLIOS INSPECT CATTLE.

OMAGH POLIOS INSPECT CATTLE.

While fat cattle eligible for Government subsidy were being weighed at Omagh Fair on Tuesday members of the R.U.C. inspected the animals and questioned the sellers as to the origin of the cattle. This is the first time the police have taken such action in Omagh since the Anglo-E
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SMART AUTUHK RAIWOOATS.

SMART AUTUHK RAIWOOATS.

After all, for general Autumn Wear and Changeable weather, “Burberry” or "Dexter” Raincoat is hard beat. The famous Raincoats are light to carry, thoroughly proof, and smart for Autumn Wear. See the new models from 42s At McVEIOH’S, Strand, Deny. TRANSPORT IN BRITAIN MAJOR DEFEN
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
RAINFALL AT LIKAVADT.

RAINFALL AT LIKAVADT.

According to the records of the Rev. William Browne, 8.A., Koevista, Limavady, some rain fell on eighteen days of September. On fifteen of these days the daily amount was 0.01 inch over, while on twelve days the amount rep *- tered daily was 0.04 inch or more. The heaviest rainf
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HOBTHEBH IBELAKO.

HOBTHEBH IBELAKO.

10.15 a.m., Service. 10.30, Regional. 2.0 p.m., Midland. 2.55, Regional. 5.0, Children's Hour: The Three Shulers the Fair, another Srogranime about the three singing tramps, by . K. Magecan. 5.30, West oi England. 6.0, The 8.8. C. Northern Ireland Orchestra. 6.40, Scottish. 7.0,
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
To-morrow’s Programme.

To-morrow’s Programme.

1.30—2.30 p.m., Gramophone. 2.30—3.0, Broadcast to Schools. 5.30, Waltzes Brahms, played by Anatole Kitain (piano). 5.50, Vocal i)uets: Mabel Thrift (soprano) and Robert McCullagh (tenor). 6.20, The Merchant’s Quay Choir in a programme of sacred music. 6.45, News. 7.0, Brinsley
October 6, 1938 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland