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Over the Border

Over the Border

The raiders are believed to have returned over the Border, from which they launched the attack. Derrylin station is normally manned by sergeant and five or six constables. Fire brigades at Lisnaskea and Enniskillen were alerted when the attack occurred. The following official st
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRESIDENT TO MEET

PRESIDENT TO MEET

CONGRESS LEADERS Talks on U.S. Middle East completion of consultetiona, clearance operations will be Initiated at full speed to-day in full cooperation with the Egyptian authorities. “Some Anglo-French saWage ships engaged in certain operations at Port Said hare been temporarily
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CAUTION STILL BEST POLICY ■■■■ ■■■ dPi-ww Mir StMfc BaMianst CrrrMprndmt) –

CAUTION STILL BEST POLICY ■■■■ ■■■ dPi-ww Mir StMfc BaMianst CrrrMprndmt) –

CAUTION STILL BEST POLICY ■■■■ ■■■ Mir StMfc BaMianst - LONDON, Sunday. WHAT was the most important factor for stock markets during 1956 and what likely to have the meet influence, at leaat at the beginning, X9ST? That la question which Investors and stock market Interests, as a
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Gains in weight

Gains in weight

Last year showed an upward trend in schoolchildren’s weight 1954 in sample of 21,000 London children it was found that since 1949 boys of all ages had gained on the average .59 of inch in height and 3.3 pounds in weight. The girls had gained .39 of an inch and 2.2 pounds. Doctor
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUINS IN INDIA

QUINS IN INDIA

A South Indian ■woman, aged 35, on Saturday gave birth to quins, all girls, at maternity hospital in Pondicherry. The mother and babies were reported yesterday to be "progressing well." The woman is already mother of five girls.— Reuter. Cryptic Crossword Puzzle CLUES Rel ef for
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PAKISTAN REJECTS MR. CHOU’S OFFER

PAKISTAN REJECTS MR. CHOU’S OFFER

“We stand by Western alliances” DACCA (Bast Pakistan), Sunday. —Official Pakistan sources said here to-day that It had been made quite clear to Ur. Chou En-lal, Communist Chinese Prime Minister, during bis visit to Pakistan, that Pakistan would stand by her Western alliances. Th
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Now, therefore, 1. The Rlrht Honourable W. W. B. TOPPING, Q.C., Minister of Home Affairs, in exercise tbe power vested

Now, therefore, 1. The Rlrht Honourable W. W. B. TOPPING, Q.C., Minister of Home Affairs, in exercise tbe power vested

in me the said Regulation g and of every other power me thereunto enabling do hereby order that the said orders shall remain in full force and effect until the 31st day Of DECEMBER, 1959. Given under my hand at Belfast this twenty-eighth day of December, Nineteen hundred and Fif
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Northern Inland Annual Review Readers of the “Belfast News-Letter” on January 4, 1951, will receive a free copy of the

Northern Inland Annual Review Readers of the “Belfast News-Letter” on January 4, 1951, will receive a free copy of the

Northern Ireland Annual Review. The Review, which will be published as a supplement to the “Belfast News-Letter,” will comprise 82 pages’ of articles and photographs covering many spheres of Ulster life In 1858. Extra copies the issue of January t. together with the Review, may
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Appeals

Appeals

Now let us go back to rates. Members of the Corporation will advocate scheme, because It will cost only a penny in the £. Whereas formerly a penny rate yielded approximately £13,500 In Belfast, It will bring in just over £20,000 on the new valuation—a difference nearly £7,000, w
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Within two yards’*

“Within two yards’*

"At Ahram’s interview with the kidnapper said: "The British searched every house, every root and every store, but luckily'they did not discover where Moorhouse was hidden—although they were within two yards the spot , After the British had left the area went to Moorhouse and tol
31 December 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland