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BELFAST GIRL KILLED

BELFAST GIRL KILLED

There was a fatal accident at the junction of Shore Road and Whitewell Road at 10-20 p.m. on Saturday, when nine-year-old Patricia M'Court, of M‘Dowell’s Row, Greencastle, was struck by motor-car. She died a few minutes after admission to the lister Hospital. viscount Simon, the
January 4, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Anti cur Royal Stamp, the chax by Mr. James

Anti cur Royal Stamp, the chax by Mr. James

(By Special Correspondent) Harrison, of Gainford Hall, Darlington, Co. Durham, was impressed with the exhibits. He regarded them as a good type of Dairy Shorthorn —for beef and milk. Cappaghmore Leader, a red yearling bull, owned by Major C. A. M. Alexander, Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone,
May 27, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSE SECTION

HORSE SECTION

or Filly, foaled in 1952—1. W. J. Linton. Garvagh. Co. Derry— Bell; 2. W. Davidson. Bangor. Ballygrainey—Margaret. Coll. Gelding or Filly, foaled in 1 and 2. J. Spenrc, Lisburn; 3. G. Heatrirk. Glaslough. Co. Monaghan— Danny Boy. Thoroughbred Brood Mare, with Foal at foot —!. Mi
May 27, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Yachting

Yachting

Results of points racing by Strangford Lough Yacht Club last night—Rivers—l, Roe, 8-13-40; 2, Shlmna, 8-14-38; 3. Faughan, 8-18-5. Glens—l, Glen Lark, 8-21-13; 2, Glen Elg, 8-21-45; 3, Glen Guam, 8-22-27. Flying Fifteens—l. Witch of Nendrum, 8-22-5: 2, Cuan's Pride, 8-24-53. Cli
May 27, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Miss Paget’s horses sold

Miss Paget’s horses sold

Eleven horses from Miss Dorothy Paget’s stables were sold for 7.026 guineas at the Ascot Bloodstock Sales yesterday. Brogan made the top price. He was sold for 650 guineas to Mr. C. Lewis, bidding on behalf of Bryan Marshall, who Is setting up as trainer. Telegram 11. for whom M
May 27, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRAPERY AND FURNISHING

DRAPERY AND FURNISHING

Arnott Goorwitch Do. Hobn. & ClervTer Do. Prel. Do. Prcf. R. Watson Do. Pref. Young & A. Pre!. 87/6 9 2 10 3/- 6 8 856 52/- 7 10 19/. 5 5 5 5 19 5 33/6 19 5 14Jxd 617 17/6 5 14 3 MISCELLANEOUS 34/6 6 17
March 8, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPENS TO-DAY

OPENS TO-DAY

March 8, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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I fkt two DtWitft the benefit by the end of the Hewitt. Spixwerth, nr. Norwich. , opinion of Do Witt’s Pills was years ago—in December. 1936. rc-iffirmi her confidence, in without them" the 10th Oecemher, I1S3). t record of Oe Witt'i PiUs jned. Troubltn likeherkerhr, . «ad rheuma
April 24, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Correspondence

Correspondence

April 24, 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland