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12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARISH OF ST. MARY’S, Crumlin Road. INSTITUTION of Rev. A. A. BUCHANAN. M.A., S.C.F. as Incumbent, By the LORD BISHOP

PARISH OF ST. MARY’S, Crumlin Road. INSTITUTION of Rev. A. A. BUCHANAN. M.A., S.C.F. as Incumbent, By the LORD BISHOP

OP CONNOR. ST. ANNE’S CATHEDRAL, TO-DAY (Saturday), at Four p.m.
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
its AUSTERITY

its AUSTERITY

Mr. Morrison said of the present period of austerity in Britain “It will gradually ease up, but it will be gradual.” Production was increasing, but the British people did not benefit fully because the homeland must export in order to maintain her imnorts. I saw some British made
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONCE AGAIN“Thank You”

ONCE AGAIN“Thank You”

Oxford. Dear Sirs, May Ist, 1915. I feel I must write and tell you of the great benefit have derived since taking your wonderful Yeast-Vlte tonic tablets. Two years ago I bad a ■erlous Illness, after which felt out of tune with life In general. My friends commented on the change
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

Northern Bank—Div. 95 on A shares and 4 on B shares, less income tax at 10s in the £. for the past half-year. The net profit for the year was £70.705. compared with £72.410 for the previous year. Baldwins (Holdings)—Div. for nine months 75 *actual (less tax). Scottish Brewers —F
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GYPPO NAPPED

GYPPO NAPPED

Southwell programme Selections for Southwell are:—“Sir Hugo”—Fair Wind. Perilous Record. Sheepcote. Carley Hill, Eastern Realm, Gyppo (nap). **Pathfinder"— Shareholder, Bindal, Culverhill. Carley Hill, Eastern Realm, Gyppo. A—HIUKLING H’CAP HURDLE; £ioo. 2im. —100 Brownstown, a-
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GLENGARA PARK GLENAGEARY, Co. Dublin. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL. New Term begins (D.V.) FRIDAY, IRth January. Boarders return THURSDAY by

GLENGARA PARK GLENAGEARY, Co. Dublin. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL. New Term begins (D.V.) FRIDAY, IRth January. Boarders return THURSDAY by

mid-day train. Principal: Miss I. KNOX DARI INC. R.A.
12 January 1946 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOB SAI.E AND WANTED

FOB SAI.E AND WANTED

HARD BLACK TURF, £/- per Bag. FIREWOOD BLOCKS, 3/6 per Bag. fin-BAG LOTS delivered City and m(/ Suburbs: also Bangor, Holywood, Lisburn, and Dunmurry. G. TROUTON. Cranagiil, Annaghmore: Portadown. GoSo
19 October 1943 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PROFIT RENT ... £43 4 6

PROFIT RENT ... £43 4 6

,OT V 3.—12 KITCHEN HOUSES. 1-23. BELGRADE STREET. Nos. 1-7. 11-17 and 23. each let at 5/4 per week free ..... 16 0 los. and 19-21, each let at 5/8 per week free —44 Less—Ground Rent Rates
19 October 1943 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

.NOTICE CREDITORS In the Goods of JOHN J. McHENRV late Broughshane Street. Ballymena. County Antrim. Grocer and Grain Merchant, Deceased. LL PERSONS HAVING ANV Claims or Demands against the Estate of the above Deceased, win* died on the 7th day of September 1943. ere hereby requ
19 October 1943 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland