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BT. CLEMENT'S PARISH CHURCH HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24th. 11-30—Rev. W. H. N. RUDDOCK. M.A. (Rector of Broomhedge). YOUNG

BT. CLEMENT'S PARISH CHURCH HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24th. 11-30—Rev. W. H. N. RUDDOCK. M.A. (Rector of Broomhedge). YOUNG

PEOPLE*S SERVICE, 3 p.m. Rev. R. COX. B.A. (Dundonald). p.m.—Rev. T. MARTIN CRector of MONDAY. 8 p.m. Rev. W. J. PARR. M.A. (Rector of Lambcg).
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

Exceptional SUBSIDY HOUSES, STIRLING AVENUE, GLENBURN ESTATE, CREOAGH. T'HESE spacious Houses are situated * a pleasant modern building site and We a healthy open s.tuation convenient to the Caatlercagh HUls. CregaKh Koad and the city centre. The accommodation comprises Entrsnee
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COST CLERK

COST CLERK

REQUIRED by Large Manufacturing Firm the City. Age 18-21 years. Salary according to age and experience. Apply X 12343, News-Letter. BOY wanted for doing messages and generally assisting In Despatch Dept., with opportunity of promotion for gooa boy.—Apply D. McCluggage A Son, 33.
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED Business and General

SITUATIONS WANTED Business and General

FARMHAND desires post convenient Belfast; good milker, horseman; able to drive tractor; good house essential.—Phone 76472. Walker’s Agency. 64. Cedar Avenue. Antrim Road. Belfast Y 6151 FEMALE Graduate. B.Sc., desires post requiring physiology. biochemistry, bacteriology or dome
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONVEYANCE 1 PASSENGERS’ LUCCACE BETWEEN EEUAST & DONACHADEE \M) Br'FAST & NEWCASTLE MHiiiclion the inter Time 10M)W 251 h September

CONVEYANCE 1 PASSENGERS’ LUCCACE BETWEEN EEUAST & DONACHADEE \M) Br'FAST & NEWCASTLE MHiiiclion the inter Time 10M)W 251 h September

i.-rl ans which accompany bu* Serviced for the •f Heavy will he No. 7 DON \CH \PF.K Week i »nd 3-15 ; Sund«%>. RF.I.FAST - Weekmd 7-irO p.m. ; Sundays No. 20; \STLE \N rektiavs 4-0 m HKI.FAST - Weekday*. 17 pm.
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EMPIRE ONCE NIGHTLY. 7-40 ClYiriKß SAT.. 6-10 and 8-40 JACK MAYO —JEAN COLLINS LET’S GO (Fifth Edition) Produced by PAT

EMPIRE ONCE NIGHTLY. 7-40 ClYiriKß SAT.. 6-10 and 8-40 JACK MAYO —JEAN COLLINS LET’S GO (Fifth Edition) Produced by PAT

McKAY. BILLY McCORMACK. BILLY GEORGE TRIO. &c. Bos Office. 11—8 Phone 24833
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOGS. CATS. PETS A BIRDS

DOGS. CATS. PETS A BIRDS

DACHSHUND Puppies for Sale. 8 •weeks: sire. Michael of Nelvllle: make adorable pets.—Mrs. Kieman. 24. Inverary Ave., Sydenham. Phone 55423. T 6127 GOLDEN Cocker pedigree pups (female), age 3 months; lively prizewinning strain; very reasonable.— X 12334 News-Letter. Sun Rises—7-1
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast Psychical Society Demonstration ot Clairvoyance f. on FRIDAY. Scplembtr. al 8 n.m.. 18. DONECALL SQUARE EAST. Tickets !/• each

Belfast Psychical Society Demonstration ot Clairvoyance f. on FRIDAY. Scplembtr. al 8 n.m.. 18. DONECALL SQUARE EAST. Tickets !/• each

From MI’LLAN & SON. 12 DonegaH PUce
23 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
experienced with line Pitch " Jacquard*, wanted for new industry near Ballymena. Good proapects and working conditions. State age. experience

experienced with line Pitch " Jacquard*, wanted for new industry near Ballymena. Good proapects and working conditions. State age. experience

and salary required.—Xlls9l, News-Letter.
10 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY

INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY

600.” FOR SALE. CRAWFORD CAN LABELLING MACHINE for all-round labelling of cans—A.l and A.2ft sizes. Capacity up to 200 cans per minute, with electrically-heated gum pot; complete with one set of ramps and points for one size of can. Machine 400/3/50 cycles motor driven. Loaded s
10 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland