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who interest never in his

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channel !" It sounded a very wise and , excellent plan. Butt, before long it appeared to us who were sitting in the stern that ins - lead of going straiglht ahead we were just going rotund and round, and, sure enough —bump, splash and slump! we snuck in a veritabi Slough. of Des
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
We plunged to paradise

We plunged to paradise

XUTUMN is passing almost unnoticed. This year I hardly see the leaves falling or the leaves which have fallen and now scurry, like shoals of truant children, down the lane. The chrysanthemums have replaced the rose; and the shaggy michaelinas daisy stands where summer annuals ri
October 3, 1953 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LIMAVADY SHOW OF Live Stock, Home Industries, Fruit, Flowers and Vegetables Catt:e Classes for — Atles7ed Herds only wil: be

LIMAVADY SHOW OF Live Stock, Home Industries, Fruit, Flowers and Vegetables Catt:e Classes for — Atles7ed Herds only wil: be

Ive:tl at SHOW GROUNDS, LIMAVADY, THURSDAY, 11th SNYTHMBER, 1952, at 10.30 a.m. 220 OLA'SSES Sports Programme of Horse Jumping, &c., Commencing 1.30 p.m. Children's Fancy Dress Parade, 4 p.m. Entries for LIVE STOCK CLOSE Ist - September, 1952. Entries for SPORTS and ART COMPETIT
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WEAVERMEARER

WEAVERMEARER

- •: . • _ THROUGH THE TUNNEL It is only ten months since the Conservative Government found on taking office that the country was running headlong downhill into bankruptcy. The trade gap, i.e., the excess of our purchases from abroad over our sales, was opening wider and wider a
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHANGES

CHANGES

Coleraine, who meet Crusaders at Seavziew, are not making any changes in the side which defeated Bat ytmena during the week— Gregg; Mntgomety, Mcllreavy; Brolly, Canning, McDermott; Giffen, Cunneen, Doherty, O'Kane. McCorniick. Mane was unalie to play at Ballymena owing to injur
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CHESS PROBLEM

CHESS PROBLEM

By J. SZEKELY Black. 7 pieces. White, 10 pieces. White to play: mate in three. Solution to Problem No. 3332: 1. Q—K2, any; 2, Q, R, A Kt or. P. mates. _ _
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PROFITS AND WAG'S

PROFITS AND WAG'S

Air. Hugh Gaitlskell, former Socialist Chancellor of the Exchequer, speaking at Woodford, Essex, recently, declared that it was not always possible to meet claims for wage inceases out of profits. SPORTSMAN'S DIARY
August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Hours: 9-5.30 Phone Than.: 9-1. 2846. SAMUEL DOWDS LIKITZD Ophthalmic Opticians Waterloo Place, Londonderry.

Hours: 9-5.30 Phone Than.: 9-1. 2846. SAMUEL DOWDS LIKITZD Ophthalmic Opticians Waterloo Place, Londonderry.

August 30, 1952 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
'Britain will buy 90 p.c. of Eire's export pigs FIVE-YEAR agreement for the A export of pigs and bacon from

'Britain will buy 90 p.c. of Eire's export pigs FIVE-YEAR agreement for the A export of pigs and bacon from

Eire to the United Kingdom was signed in London on Thursday by the Minister of •Food (Mr. Maurice Webb) and the Ewe ,Ambassador in London (Mr. F. H. Boland). In the agreement, which takes effect from May 1, 1951, the United Kingdom undertakes to buy all available supplies of pig
May 26, 1951 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Ulster health estimate shows 51,508,375 increase on 1950

Ulster health estimate shows 51,508,375 increase on 1950

11,113 lignistry of Heal th and Local Government estimates for the • cureent inancid yaw—totalling £17,168,395, an increase on the ',avian' yeas of £1,508,375 wens explained in the Northern Ireland Heise of Commons on Thursday by the Minister (Dame Debra Parker). Reporting on ho
May 26, 1951 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland