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To-night’s Grc;

To-night’s Grc;

The Sa'-«e)wl Sprint, cerriea with it i •wer £3OO m money, opens «n an Interestuig ' Durunure Park th evening with Count's | Cure, the Muibngar fl.er, h.s appearance in , hf » ■ In first oulaig on the track clocked 24.21. Owklrtets Joe 24 16 record u, June. I#K. ai.d »c w,ll N*
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRCVERISi AND DISTILLERIES

BRCVERISi AND DISTILLERIES

4i b -t Mithell*U - A U«nekin'& Vfk - A 'imond*.. 2« -Vg >WMO 2 A - * T»v w.l If imitanO 47/- 4 WalkrFO 11/- 15--1,9 Juinnta 2) - A W«'om)> lj 1| NEWSPAPt* SNASiS AhmObl. AS 4 .;9 IDMir Orel 3-/5 OMTr'st •/- 10.--/S U 8 j 9/3 -/3 SHIPPING ISSUES r&irn l.in« 'il- - - /J roast lin
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRADE AT ULSTER

TRADE AT ULSTER

FAIRS Irregular Demand General fificet of lirestock iforirntion •r.d I'l'trr (n.r* past the Mmutry Agriculture week supplied Trad# for *u>r» cattle variable, but price uere well maintained. The demand for dairy cattle was aIM rather irregular, hut recent quotation* were repeated
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER PRODUCE

ULSTER PRODUCE

PRICES MinUlry of Agriculture’s Return The following table lias been issued the Ministry of Agriculture giving particular* average prices of agricultural produce marketed Northern Ireland during the week ending June 22, with comparative figures for the corresponding period of 19
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLOSING QUOTATIONS

CLOSING QUOTATIONS

Gulf. 3,000. Futur*#—SoulJieiu Stale* contracts—Aug. (now contract) 10.24. Oct. 9.37. Middling, iiom. Orl«#na, 10.80 iH»ni. Korus«ic— Penoavlvania crude lower prk-e 1.12, higher 2.25 ■Turpentine. Jli- Lord. 5.60 l>llo'S . —Cuban local *pot price. 2.70. Cof» t Wheat— Kad 884: har
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTH AND SOUTH

NORTH AND SOUTH

the Editor of the Northern Whig Sir,—l never intervened in Irish before, and I not suppose that I will have much opportunity of doing bo again, but now all loyalties must discarded. seems to that the Government of Northern Ireland are too obsessed the memory of past qdarrein rea
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THINGS IN COMMON

THINGS IN COMMON

At suoh moment it is not for Ulster to maintain scrupulous or self-righteous silence. doubt the Government of Northern Ireland taking this War seriously. The precise administrative measures that it has taken will under review, and know nothing of them, but on the greater and mor
25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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25 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
tiilF.T ON FRONTIER

tiilF.T ON FRONTIER

There are no reports of movements by Italian land forces. The French radio stated last night that the operations expected following Mussolini $ declaration of war have not yet started. The Berlin story that Italian troops had invaded the Riviera is described as absolutely false.
12 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELGIUM WILL FIGHT ON TO VICTORY

BELGIUM WILL FIGHT ON TO VICTORY

R.A.F. Drop Thousand* Leaflets After meeting of the Belgian Cabinet yesterday statement was issuer declaring that Belgium would continue to fight with the Allies until victory was achieved. Thousands of copies of the Belgium will fight on” statement,. to the Belgian Parliament b
12 June 1940 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland