CAIRNS —July 2 1942, at Johnstone House, Belfast, to Beryl Elizabeth Hall), wife of Norman E. Cairns, 43, Malone Road, Belfast—a son. JEMPHREY—June 28. 1942, at Johnrtone House. Belfast, to Florence, wife Paymaster-Lieutenant Herbert Jeraphrcy, R.N.V.R.—a daughter. ROBERTSON —Ju
ARNOLD—GRACEY—June 24. 1942. Shankill Parish Church, Lurgan, by the Rev. W. J. Gransden. M.A.— Ronald Frederick, second son of Mr. F. H. Arnold. J.P.. and Mrs. Arnold. Cliflonville Road. Belfast, to Florence, only daughter Mrs. Gracey and the late Mr. J. F. Gracey, 23, Market St
ADORIAN—JuIy 4. 1942. at his niece's residence, 9. Corry Street. Npwtownards. Hugh, husband of the late Elizabeth Adorian. Conlig. The remains of our beloved uncle will be removed for interment in Bangor New Cemetery to-day (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., arriving at Conlig at 3 p.m. '
'ROM £2 TO APPROVED HOUSE -I HOLDERS (City only), with or Without Security. Strictly private.—D. BAN NON, 177, Donegall St., Reg Moneylender. ’Phone 23980. CASH ADVANCES, £lO to £5OO. With or Without Security. - S. FREEMAN & CO.. Licensed Moneylenders, Garfield Chambers. Garfiel
SALE AND WANTED ESTABLISHED 1850.—Highest prices given for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Left-off Clothing. Parcels from a distance cash by return of post.—J. Mann. 9, William Street South. Belfast. BEAUTIFUL Pink Teddy-Bear Coat. Hat to match, never worn, small fitting; Musquasli Coat
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY (IRELAND) JULY HOLIDAY TRAFFIC RESERVATION SEATS. &c. The company very much regrets that, owing to CIRCUMSTANCES ENTIRELY BEYOND ITS CONTROL. IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO RUN ANY EXTRA TRAINS DURING THE HOLIDAY PERIOD BETWEEN BELFAST AND DUBLIN OR ELSEWHERE AC
pOMFORTABLE homo, good wages for quiet, sensible Girl or Woman ifrolcstunl) as Maid two persons; usual duties: plain cooking; must be clean in person and work; labour saving house, safe area Belfast suburb. —Copies of references to Y 173, News- Letter. CHILDREN’S Nurse wanted ir