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JUVENILE TOURNAMENT

JUVENILE TOURNAMENT

Dublin beat Belfast by bouts to five In the annual Inter-city Juvenile tournament In la*l night to regain the Peter isomers Cup. whirh Belfast had held for (he past two seasons. The surprise of the night was the rrformanie of the Belfast substitute. M’Nally (White Citv). who hea
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REDS SOON

REDS SOON

Britain’s consultations with Dominions U.S. AND DEFENCE OF FORMOSA AT Britain is expected to follow India in recognising the Chinese Communist Govcrnshortly—probably in the second week in January. Consultations with all the British Dominions Question of recognition have been pro
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial interests

Commercial interests

Britain's decision would be motivated mainly by her immense financial and commercial Interests in China. The United States, though unlikely to reach a decision until Congress meets next month, has been consulted, and has shown sympathetic understanding Britain's special position
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMAN DOCKYARD

GERMAN DOCKYARD

ARRESTS “Economic sabotage” charge BERLIN, Friday.—The arrest of five senior employees of a "people's owned” dockyard the East German Baltic coast harbour of Wlsmar. on charges ot "economic sabotage” was reported to-night by the Russian-licensed news agency They were accused of
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUBLIC BUILDINGS OFFICES. DANCE FLOORS, PRIVATE HOUSES Wood Block Parquetry and Strip Flooring Re-Machined and Polished to Look Like New

PUBLIC BUILDINGS OFFICES. DANCE FLOORS, PRIVATE HOUSES Wood Block Parquetry and Strip Flooring Re-Machined and Polished to Look Like New

AT REASONABLE CHARGE. QIOTA TTO.VS O.V INSPECTION HEATON BROS., 7, BEDFORD STREET. BELFAST Phone 24407
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Have vou tried lixcn it the ideil laxative for grown-ups and children alike. In these busy days when good health

Have vou tried lixcn it the ideil laxative for grown-ups and children alike. In these busy days when good health

Is to essential, you will And that Lixen the gentle laxative —will help to keep you fit. In liquid or fruit flavoured lozenge form. Lixen THB COOD-MATUtHD LAXATIVE from Chomhts only In 4/4 LOZINCBt IN BOTTLES 2/2 Allen & Hanburyt Ltd.
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Saxonc). SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED KOR EVER BV DIATHERMY.” No Pain. No Mirks. Ciurmlctd in Wrilini!. 2/6 PER SITTING. DAILY. Hslf Mrs. MARTIN. 11, MAY STREET, BELFAST. Phone 21694 Abo 49. GRAFTON STREET (Stephen Green end). DUBLIN.
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

ARTHUR—In loving remembrance our dear Mother, who January 1. 1344. aUw» our dear Father, who died March 19. Ever remembered their Family at and abroad —Parade. Donaghadee. CATHCART—In loving memory *d Helen lAOul.se. beloved of Rev. Jam* s Cal heart and devote*? mother Gladys. J
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOST AND FOUND

LOST AND FOUND

LOST, String Trails. Thursday evening. 29th December. Chenyvalley district or HaH. Howard Street and . reward Phone T 785 LOST, a Gold Seal. with ••rest and motto, Tuesday, 27th in Antrim Road. Ballvsillan and Cllftonvllle fln*ier rewarded on its return—Phon»* 46302. V6OOB LOST.
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Other announcements were:—

Other announcements were:—

Regular Army—lrish Guards— Captain P. K. B. Keogh resigns his commission, December 29, and is granted the honorary rank of Major. Second Lieut. R. H. S. O’Grady, M.C., to be Lieutenant, July 15, 1947. Emergency Commissions —Royal Irish Fusiliers—Lieut. (War Substantive Major) C.
31 December 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland