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OJNMORi RESULTS

OJNMORi RESULTS

435 Rock field Paddy (4-1). 1: Ballvhennessy Dew <3-1 f). 2. Also—Daft Darkle, Ballvraffln. Beger's Farm. North Slcnal. ; 11. 25 535—Mad May more (5-1). 1; Pen Picture f 7-2). 2. Also—Moaaide t. Dancing Regis, Shaggy Moving. 41 ; 11 435- Neohy Rooke (4-1). 1: Flroda Corporal <4-
20 March 1950 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNION URGE RE-START

UNION URGE RE-START

Clyde shipworkers consider “back to work” call to-day FIVE thousand Clyde shipyard strikers will decide to-day whether they will accept their union's recommendation for resumption of work to-morrow 20 days after they | stopped work in support of a ■ claim for a guaranteed wage.
19 September 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ATLANTIC AIR FARES UNCHANGED

ATLANTIC AIR FARES UNCHANGED

Plan for London-New York “excursions” The traffic conference of the International Air Transport Association has agreed to hold the present basic tourist fare over the North Atlantic at its present level. In April. 1958, It will Institute a 15-day round trip excursion fare of 425
19 September 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARDENER / HANDYMAN WANTED tDrec days ■weekly, near Dunmurry. Comfortable Flat available to suitable applicant, with wife to do three

GARDENER / HANDYMAN WANTED tDrec days ■weekly, near Dunmurry. Comfortable Flat available to suitable applicant, with wife to do three

hours’ housework daily. WP325, News- Letter.
19 September 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Five-hour visit

Five-hour visit

During their five-hour visit to the station the Queen and the Duke were accompanied by among others the Secretary for Air, Mr. Nigel Birch, the Chief of the Air Staff (Air Chief Marshal Sir Dermot Boyle) and the A.0.C.-in- C., Bomber Command (Air Marshal Sir Harry Broadhurst). O
24 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cyprus

Cyprus

There will undoubtedly be full-scale debate on the Government's policy in as 28 local parties have sent in resolutions of protest. On domestic issues Government policy on rents, agriculture, education, social security and old age pensions will take up much of the time. £4,750 D
24 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poultry and Eggs

Poultry and Eggs

ACCREDITED L. X R.. W L. x R Chicks for ees*.—Graham. 38. My Lady's Road. Phone 41551. F 527 FOR Sale Growlmr Pulloia and CorkPrels. brown lephom and Susspx • Pullets 4-5 weeks old. £2*? per 100. 70/- per doz.; Cockerels, 6-7 weeks old. Per 100. 30/- per do*.: Cocket els 3 weeks
28 April 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONTRACT BRIDGE

CONTRACT BRIDGE

"DO YOU REVERSE, PARTNER?" By Duplicate.” “TVO you reverse, partner?” -LJ To me this question is evocative of the strains of "gold and silver,” of the pungent scent of white kid gloves drycleaned in benzine, the agreeable clip-clop of the returning cabhorse. It dates me sadly. S
28 April 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Next Week THE KORDITES

Next Week THE KORDITES

ARTS THEATRE UTTI T^r Nightly 7-45 this Week and Next. The TV award Play. ‘WAITING FOR GILLIAN'' NIGEL BALCHIN. Box Office 10-30-9. Telephone 2916? available for to-night
28 April 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MID-ULSTER BY-ELECTION

MID-ULSTER BY-ELECTION

28 April 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland