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FRENCH ELECTION PLANS HELD UP

FRENCH ELECTION PLANS HELD UP

Premier may seek vote of confidence PARIS. Thursday.—The National Assembly to-nigrht postponed action on plans to hold early elections in France by asking the Government to produce details of an electoral reform programme. Faced with this new delay, the Prime Minister, M. Faurc.
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Now- ou can join ONLY Cyma watches have the Cymaflex Anti-Shock, but every CVMA The people o) Northern Ireland are

Now- ou can join ONLY Cyma watches have the Cymaflex Anti-Shock, but every CVMA The people o) Northern Ireland are

justly renowned for their discrimination. The high proportion of Cyma sales in country is, therefore, in itself a fine testimony to the excellent value of these world-famous Swiss watches. B" LINIA abdominal BELTS V for men A health - giving support, stimulates the muscles, lift
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CALL TO CLERGYMAN

CALL TO CLERGYMAN

The congregation of Armagh Road Presbyterian Church. Portadown, last night made a unanimous call the Rev. William Shaw Magee, minister of Newmills Presbyterian Churcn. Co. Tyro*" • The vacancy was caused by the appointment of the Rev. R. N. Caswell as principal he.rr . Bible Tra
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Leave scales

Leave scales

The leave scales the commission say. should be:—Staff on scales with maxima up to and including that of clerical officer. 16 days: after 10 years, 19 days. Staff on scales with maxima above that of clerical officer up to and Including that of senior executive officer. 19 days; a
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

Brok 81/3+l/3 Cons Zinc 53/3-3d Fresnillo 7a- , B* Lake Ccorge 15/0-3d Messina 8 915-132 Rio Tin*o 21324 Trepra 4/3-1 2 d Antal Tin 12/o+3d Brit Tin Inv 24/9+l 1 d Pahang 12/4 1 10/1 2 4 l 2 d S Malayan 8/7 1 2 + 2 d Kst, 20/9+6d Assam Cons 5/3-1 l 2 d A*-am Front 18/6+6d Buxa 5
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVESTOCK SALES

LIVESTOCK SALES

DUNGANNON—Young pigs £5 5s to £7 15s, strong store pigs £8 to £l2 10s; springing cows £54 to £63, milch cows £46 to £5B, old cows £2B to £34, twoyear-old bullocks £43 to £57, year-olds £25 to £34. LARN E—Crjulr A bullocks and heifers £5 18s to £6 7s per cwt. average £6 9d). B £3
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET

THE MONEY MARKET

Although there was some patchiness in the morning short loan conditions in Lombard Street were quite comfortable, with credit supplies nicely adequate demand. The clearing banks were lied up with lax transfers and little fresh money was available from these sources, while their
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selections

Selections

Pathfinder” “Sir Hugo” PARK-10. the Vale; BANOOWN PARK-10. Border Lay; 1-30. Tantivvy Cottage; Segnor 1-30, Cottage: 2-0. gegnor 2-30. RosenHavaher (nap); 3*o. IV; 2-30. Limb the Law. 3-0. 30. Tiheretta. Bantry Bay: 3-30. Red Rube. DONCASTER 12-4 S. Prince OONCABTER-12-45. Midas
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Corruption” in London police denied

“Corruption” in London police denied

18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-NIGHT AT 8 REV. TOM ALLAN. M.A. SPECIAL MISSION SPEAKER in MAY STREET CHURCH also TO-MORROW at p.m. CLOSING RALLY

TO-NIGHT AT 8 REV. TOM ALLAN. M.A. SPECIAL MISSION SPEAKER in MAY STREET CHURCH also TO-MORROW at p.m. CLOSING RALLY

on SUNDAY, 20th, at 7 p.m. AU, WELCOME - 00 COME EARLY
18 November 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland