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02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MNE men out of ten can be fitted perfectly and without waiting from our superb selection of MEN’S SUITS SPORTS

MNE men out of ten can be fitted perfectly and without waiting from our superb selection of MEN’S SUITS SPORTS

JACKETS. FLANNEL TROUSERS and RAINCOATS. Our stock of MEN’S CLOTHES is larger, more varied and better than at any time since 1939. SUITS from £5-17-8 SPORTS COATS £3. 7 . FLANNEL TROUSERS .. £2-19-3 WEATHERPROOFS £4-14-6 WARNOCKS, 8, ROYAL AVENUE
10 March 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASK FRIENDS WHO WERE AT OUR OTHER SALES

ASK FRIENDS WHO WERE AT OUR OTHER SALES

t-TO -=J CASTLE JUNCTION and ROYAL AVENUE
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOOD POINTS CHANGES

FOOD POINTS CHANGES

Many items Mr. Strachey. Minister Food, has given housewives a New Tear's "gift.” Snoek. canned tomatoes . and several canned meats come off points, and loaf and many pressed and jellied meats have had their points values halved. Canned milk will also not require as many points.
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commencing TO-DAY at 9 a.m. STOCKTAKIING SALE Remarkable Boffins in Sportswear ' ! Tr «7« waterproofs G°lf JillßißlHlif i Sports

Commencing TO-DAY at 9 a.m. STOCKTAKIING SALE Remarkable Boffins in Sportswear ' ! Tr «7« waterproofs G°lf JillßißlHlif i Sports

Goods Footwear (j all , es Rubber Goods | .. tc. Oddments at Give Away Prices: SEE WINDOWS THE ATHLETIC STORES LTD. 15-21 WELLINGTON PLACE. BELFAST
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Colonial Policy

Colonial Policy

Not so long ago too little interest was shown by the people of the United Kingdom in the British Colonial Empire. It was regarded a liability rather than as an asset, but today its importance for economic, strategic, and political reasons was never more fully recognised. The maj
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1950

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1950

have broken down because the Corporation could not accept some of the Bank’s conditions. The Bank, it is reported, would have required to be informed of the projects for which the money would be lent, and wanted the right to inspect the Corporation’s books. The Corporation’s ref
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIVED

REVIVED

Fingerprints sent to British Guiana Scotland Yard has sent to British Guiana, at the request of the Colony police authorities, set of fingerorints associated with the murder, at Borton-on-Treot. May. 1946. o' James Booth (31). who was found dying In the street At th“ inouest. i
02 January 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ BALLS OF FIRE” SEEN

“ BALLS OF FIRE” SEEN

BALLS OF FIRE” SEEN Residents of Berthelot, miles from Oran, yesterday reported seeing three lying objects ’like balls of fire travelling from east to west trailing white smoke.”— Reuter.
13 February 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RECONSTRUCTION OF ISRAEL

RECONSTRUCTION OF ISRAEL

£2,000,000 immigration » scheme Members of Britain’s wealthiest Jewish families met In London yesterday for the opening campaign by the Joint Palestine Appeal Conference to raise £2.000,000 towards the reconstruction of -Israel. Mrs Myerson, the Israel Minister of Labour and Pub
13 February 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland