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CELTIC GREYHOUNDS

CELTIC GREYHOUNDS

Amin.* Willow *Ky. O K Bit. Empor Echo. After Ye Go. Ardcllnla Oarkie. Black Mire. Clanwilllam - Captain Brown Bomber. Darkies Own. Morning. Tabora. So Slow, Parkstown Major. B*ll*vu* (375)—Sonnies Hazel. Corsair Chief, Moyasaet. Great Cherokee, Copper Oust. Border Rake. Sandown
04 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN IMPORTANT TEXTILE COMPANY

AN IMPORTANT TEXTILE COMPANY

with modern and well-equipped laboratories, near Belfast, has the following vacancies for additional STAFF;— (A) CHEMIST. With good qualifications and considerable research experience on industrial textile problems, capable of occupying a very responsible senior position. Commen
26 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GEORGE COHEM (om a compskt ltd

GEORGE COHEM (om a compskt ltd

GEORGE COHEM (om compskt ltd STATON STREET, BELFAST, and at S>denham Rd.. Quern's Quay. Belfast. Tel. 58211/2. Grams: “Cobora. Belfast" . L««d« • Kingsbury (Near Ta«MMrth) . Naweatti* - ShafT.tie Manchaatar - Glasgow - Ounfarmlin# Bath Morriaten. Swansea Southampton GARS. VANS, M
26 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CUSTOMS OFFENCES

CUSTOMS OFFENCES

Dungannon man fined £100: Wife £25 At Dungannon j>etty sessions yesterday, Patrick Gerald M'Quaid, Rockmount Terrace, Donaghmore Road, Dungannon, was fined £lOO, and his wife. Bernadette, M'Quaid, £25 for harbouring 5,150 uncustomed cigarettes imported from Eire. Patrick Woods,
26 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME INTERNATIONAL MATCHES

HOME INTERNATIONAL MATCHES

Ireland's prospects good (BY OUR CORRESPONDENT) I Mrs. M. Browne (Rowlands and 5. Mrs. M. Bolton (Royal Por, beat Mrs. D. Fraser->lenzie croft) one hole. Miss S, M'Nlcoll (Sandiwatj Mrs. M. B. Curry (Brancepelh r.- and 5. Mrs. J. Wylie (Troon) bear D,x Perkin (Hunstanton) 3 and
26 September 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING NOTICES

SHIPPING NOTICES

28 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CREGAGH—GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE. OFFERS are invited for the Goodwill, Fittings, and Fixtures of longestablished Grocery Business, carried on in

CREGAGH—GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE. OFFERS are invited for the Goodwill, Fittings, and Fixtures of longestablished Grocery Business, carried on in

Premises occupying choice situation directly off main thoroughfare in a rapidly expanding residential district. The Shop is compact, double fronted, and well fitted. The Dwelling, which has separate entrance, contains : —Two Receptionrooms. Bedrooms. Bathroom and separate W.C..
28 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MANICURIST.

MANICURIST.

ITXPERIENCED. and of good appear" anco, required for leading Beauty Salon in Belfast. Excellent post for suitable applicant. AW? *' , « full particulars, to XI IB2I. News-Letter.
28 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Pullets pay the gas and light bills Mr. K. W.. ot Tooting, writes;— ‘ln I a domestic poultrykrf->er with 12

Pullets pay the gas and light bills Mr. K. W.. ot Tooting, writes;— ‘ln I a domestic poultrykrf->er with 12

pullets. From the day started. I used Karswood Poultry These birds cost me about 4 6d. r week. and. apart trom supplying our own needs I nave sold since 1»45 h it 31 doz. eecs per week. lam well ? • w ith the profits which pay the F *'and electric light bills.’ K r- .vnod Poultr
28 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STOCKINGS CHARGE

STOCKINGS CHARGE

Two remanded on £l,OOO bail At Belfast Custody Court on Saturday Robert M'Kenna, of Lathbirget, Mullabawn. County Armagh, and William John Gilland, of Morningside. Gloucester Avenue. Donaghadee, were remanded until September 1 on £l,OOO bail on charge of having been knowingly co
28 August 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland