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OFFICE ASSISTANT VOQNG Lady (16-17) wanted for x general office work by Belfast company. Good starting salary and half-yearly increases.

OFFICE ASSISTANT VOQNG Lady (16-17) wanted for x general office work by Belfast company. Good starting salary and half-yearly increases.

Apply in own handwriting, stating dale of birth and names of schools attended.—Xl372s, News-Letter.
25 September 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EMPIRE

EMPIRE

ROY ROLLAND in CHASING THE BLUES AWAY." MAVIS WHYTE : 3 ASTAIRES LEGAL NOTICES— NEW THEATRE bancor All This Week • SWEE'I MADNESS." A Comedy by PETER JONES. Theatre Booking Office open each day from 10 to 8-0 pm ’Phone: Bangor 2624 RITZ From 12-30 To-day Jane Wyman. Van Johnson.
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
i L--. - .i. Gleanings fm \UU U Town & CoinAn May I also hope that the on Stranmillls Road

i L--. - .i. Gleanings fm \UU U Town & CoinAn May I also hope that the on Stranmillls Road

will be copleted soon, for it traffic channel in show week. Letter to Chancellor The Rev. T. M. Johnstone, nc» living in retirement at Mah" Island, has sent a letter tin Chancellor of the Exchequer regrettinir a remark that a cut £700,000.000 in defence can onlv be “pipe dream."
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MAI 1956

BELFAST MEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, MAI 1956

22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DENTATE

DENTATE

State Secret beats Grand National winner Grand National winner, E. 5.8.. came very tn oinipleting a unique Hurst Park v, ' ■ :3C ' only by three, , length that was ''-.■Utn'- h.s £8,695 win by W. Hall -v r had been successful previous races, and was .-.r.,-of the Becher 'Chose e
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A capable Resident Domestic Help required; modern house. Knock. Telephone Belfast 63477. H4ll EXPERIENCED General or Working Housekeeper required for

A capable Resident Domestic Help required; modern house. Knock. Telephone Belfast 63477. H4ll EXPERIENCED General or Working Housekeeper required for

two adults. South Belfast. —HP42O, News-Letter. HOUSEKEEPER, Christian, required, country residence, convenient town (Protestant).—H4os, News-Letter. SINGLE lady requires Housekeeper or experienced Cook-General. Antrim side. minutes by ’bus to Belfast. Apply BPS*?.**. News-Lette
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLDCHURCH HOSPITAL, ROMFORD. ESSEX (722 Beds). STUDENT NURSES (Female), between age 18-35, arc required to enter the Preliminary Training School

OLDCHURCH HOSPITAL, ROMFORD. ESSEX (722 Beds). STUDENT NURSES (Female), between age 18-35, arc required to enter the Preliminary Training School

at this large modern Hospital for three years' general training for State Registration. This Hospital, which Is within easy reach of London and also the East Coast, affords experience in all branches of Nursing. Spacious Nurses’ Home. Facilities for sport and recreation. Trainin
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
& THB BALLYMAHON CAHLE MARKET. LTD. STOKE CATTLE AUCTION. THURSDAY NEXT (24th Inst.), at 11 a.m sharp Following aAL.Ui win

& THB BALLYMAHON CAHLE MARKET. LTD. STOKE CATTLE AUCTION. THURSDAY NEXT (24th Inst.), at 11 a.m sharp Following aAL.Ui win

tie held on THURSDAY. JUNE 7. S. MAGAM. AUCTIONEER. SALESYARD. BALLYMAHON, CO. LONGFORD. Telephone: BaMymahon 33.
22 May 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
pioaorr . RIDINO AGAIN

pioaorr . RIDINO AGAIN

Plgfott, the 18-year-old Jockey who broke lei when No Light fell with him at LlngfleM Park In August, Is the saddle again. commenced riding work Saturday, with the exception alight limp, foe lag Is giving him. trouble.
13 December 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M.C.B. PRIZE DAY—The VicM3hiuiceUor of Queen’s University (Dr.. Eric Ashby), left,who distributed the prizes at the Grosvenor Hall last night, photographed with Mr. W. M. Fullerton (Chairman of the Board) and the Headmaster, Mr. A. H. R. Ball (right).

M.C.B. PRIZE DAY—The VicM3hiuiceUor of Queen’s University (Dr.. Eric Ashby), left,who distributed the prizes at the Grosvenor Hall last night, photographed with Mr. W. M. Fullerton (Chairman of the Board) and the Headmaster, Mr. A. H. R. Ball (right).

M.C.B. PRIZE DAY—The VicM3hiuiceUor Queen’s University (Dr.. Eric Ashby), left,who distributed the prizes at the Grosvenor Hall last night, photographed with Mr. W. M. Fullerton (Chairman the Board) and the Headmaster, Mr. A. H. R. Ball (right). NAVAL SURGEON ACQUITTED Not guilty
13 December 1951 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland