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Mayfair Gossip From a Woman Correspondent LONDON, Tuesday Night THE Princess Royal has begun to knit for men the Navy, and has just finished her first consignment for them. It conslsts of throe warm pullovers which she has despatched to the Navy Leape, asking that they may given
17 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRST AIR RAID HOSTESS

FIRST AIR RAID HOSTESS

Woman of 66 Who Never Worries Mrs. Maud Fryer, of Valette Street, Hackney, London, who will be 66 next month, la Britain’s first air raid hostess. But she is quite unexcited about it. Why should I get excited or worried about anything?” she asked reporter last night. It is Just
17 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NO EVIDENCE OFFERED

NO EVIDENCE OFFERED

Labourer Cleared of Theft Charge evidence was offered against Charles George Wells (34), a labourer, when he was charged at Hampshire Quarter Sessions, Winchester, yesterday with stealing a small quantity wood at Bamborough while employed by Sir Lindsay Parkinson A Co., Ltd. Mr.
17 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIGHTSHIP CREW TAKEN OFF Collision With Italian Steamer

LIGHTSHIP CREW TAKEN OFF Collision With Italian Steamer

Two life-boats went out late last night after a collision bad occurred between an Italian steamer and the Brake Lightship. It is understood the* the lightship’s crew was taken off owing to the danger of her sinking.
17 January 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AN ULSTER IDYLL. By Isobcl M.

AN ULSTER IDYLL. By Isobcl M.

M?.rsnaa 2/6. Each scene touched upon has been painted by the hand of an artist: humour and pathos are delightfully blended, and you cannot but struck p-j the delineation character so notable its accuracy. The whimsicalities of the people brought under review are >nirth-provokin
14 December 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BARTHOLOMEW

BARTHOLOMEW

Further particulars on application to the Publishers : JOHN & SON, LTD., 12, Duncan Street, Edinburgh, 9.
14 December 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
W. ERSKINE MAYNE

W. ERSKINE MAYNE

Give books, the ideal tax-free present; but when in doubt—book tokens.’’ This is the good advice offered W. Erskine Mayne, and it is added that books purchased at the firm’s fine store at 3, Donegall Square West, Belfast, may be posted abroad and to prisoners of war under Govern
14 December 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER INDUSTRIES

ULSTER INDUSTRIES

Suggestion of Conducted Tours to Mills and Factories Increased subscriptions from a number of members and the election of 17 new members were announced at the December meeting of the Governing Council of the Ulster Industries Development Association held at the Offices yesterday
14 December 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING & TRAVEL NOTICES

SHIPPING & TRAVEL NOTICES

Domestic £5.000 TLEMEN’S fashionable Dress Wear foi hire lor every occasion: all requisites: privacy.—Elliott (Hire Service). Ltd.. 110 Ann Street. Phone 20532. 8514 INSURANCE Policies purchased outright ! for cash—Sayers. 7). Donegal! Street Belfast. 1! V \l, MAIL 1 SERVANTS' R
15 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALES BY AUCTION

SALES BY AUCTION

lIAI.IAM WK, MAGUKIfAGALL. LISIUVRN. BY AUCTION OF i.)Ksii:a i!J,i: fa km. of LAND Wc have received instructions from Mr. W'M. J. CROOKS SELL BY AL'CTIOX, at Ol'U MART, TUESDAY 26th November. 1840, 1 m. 'pHAT VALUABLE FARM. SITUATE AS ABOVE. CONTAINING 27a. Or. 37p., 1 Statute,
15 November 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland