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BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

BELFAST STOCK EXCHANGE

Review of week’s dealings FRIDAY, 6th August, 1954. The improvement in British Funds has also brought a keen demand for Corporation and Public Boards with no stock on offer. In British industrials the stores group were outstanding and Tobaccos improved. Home Government Stocks we
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FATSTOCK SALES

FATSTOCK SALES

the 600-odd cattle entered Ballymena Livestock Mart on Saturdav. 371 were graded and sold. Prime bullocks fetched up to £6 2a per live cwt.. heifers up to £6, and special young cows up to £5 17s. Prices remained steady and bidding was keen. LIUAVADY-At the weekly falstock market
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HYDROGEN BOMB MENACE BELFAST MEETING URGES BAN

HYDROGEN BOMB MENACE BELFAST MEETING URGES BAN

Civil defence has not been seriously considered by the Government ir relation to the magnitude the problem of the hydrogen bomb, eaid Dr. Horace Joules, vicepresident of the Socialist Medical Association, and medical director the Central Middlesex Hospital, when he spoke at a pu
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER ESTATES

ULSTER ESTATES

Mr. Robert Morrison, of Sandy Hill, Laurel Vale. Tandragee, Co. Armagh, who died on February 20 last, left £6.579 (duty paid £138). He left £lOO to the Baptist Church, Tandragee; £25 to the Baptist Foreign Mission, to be used in connection with missionary work in South America;
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOUTHS DRIVING TRACTORS

YOUTHS DRIVING TRACTORS

Call to reduce “licence age” resolution calling upon the Government to reduce the age at which a person could obtain a licence to drive a tractor from 17 years to 16 years was passed at a meeting of County Londonderry Committee of Agriculture, in Coleraine, on Saturday. Mr. Roy
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEAVY TRAFFIC AT

HEAVY TRAFFIC AT

WEEK-END 11 extra G.N.R. expresses Five extra expresses from Belfast to Dublin and six in the opposite direction were among the additional services laid on by the G.N.R. on Saturday to cope with the flood of holiday-makers, some starting and others finishing their holidays. Hund
09 August 1954 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRANSPORT ACT (Northern Irelend). 1948 DISCONTINUANCE OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT SERVICES XTOTICE hereby given, accordance with the provisions of Section 57

TRANSPORT ACT (Northern Irelend). 1948 DISCONTINUANCE OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT SERVICES XTOTICE hereby given, accordance with the provisions of Section 57

of the above Act, that the ULSTER TRANSPORT AUTHORITY proves from the Iftt day of APRIL. «uch date thereafter may deter, mined to terminate wholly the railway transport services at present being provided on the railway line between the following points:— Limavady Jet. and Limava
25 February 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILL AVENUE, LIGONIEL.

MILL AVENUE, LIGONIEL.

Entrance Hall. Parlour. Kitchen and Scullery. Enclosed Yard with W.C.. Ac. 3 Bedrooms. P.L.V. £9. Ground Rent !0s Od. Mortgage facilities available. KITCHEN HOUSE. MOSSVALE STREET. SHANKILL Accommodation includes:— Kitchen, Scullery. Room off kitchen, 2 Bedrooms. Enclosed. Yard
25 February 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Businesses and Investments

Businesses and Investments

CHRISTIAN Partner wanted for Dranery Business (lady with experience); £5 per week, plus half profits. £3OO capital required. L 672, News- Letter. FOR Sale, Goodwill, Stock and Fittingrs of Home Bakery business situate leading road: turnover approx. £5.000 per annum; rent, £lOO p
25 February 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Personal

Personal

HOLLAND TOFFEE -BEST ON EARTH. HIRE from ELLIOTTS. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AU advertisements and advertuemeni copy submitted for publication are subject to the approral of the management uho may refuse or revise any advertisement. The Proprietors and Publishers ot the Belfast Mews
25 February 1955 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland