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STOMACH ACID SURRENDERS

STOMACH ACID SURRENDERS

mSOsecows WHEN THESE 2 TABUTSATTACK The moment bloating wind distends your stomach you can be sure that burning. Stinging acid Is at work. But slip a couple of pleasant-tastlng BENNIES In your mouth and that * blown out* feeling —that fiery pain your stomach just vanishes clean
04 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN RAILWAY

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS l/9 2nd Class 2/. Ist Class EVERY WEDNESDAY by Trains from BELFAST at 1-30 p.m. and 3-20 returning from DONAGHADEE same day at 6-5 p.m., 7-40 and 8-20 ' Excursion Tickets ait similar fare also issued at Bloomfield. Neill's Hill, Knock and Dundonald VISIT DON
04 June 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW “CONTROL BOARD ”

NEW “CONTROL BOARD ”

NEW “CONTROL BOARD Three London sporting journalists yesterday formed committee of control” and adjudicated on the case of a boxer who was disqualified while fighting for an unlicensed promoter. They decided that the boxer, George Howard, of Finsbury Park, should have 15 of his p
10 February 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PHOSFERINE

PHOSFERINE

THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS for —for —/o'- for Depression Brain Fag Influenia Anxmia Headache Neuralgia Rheumatism Debility Indigestion Sleeplessness Sciatica Neurasthenia WARNING. THE PUBLIC IS WARNED AGAINST PURCHASING IMITATIONS.
27 February 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RED CROSS FUND

THE RED CROSS FUND

The Lord Mayor of London’s Red Cross and St. John Fund for the sick and wounded in the war increased yesterday by £4,000, and now stands at £1,147,000. Among the gifts was another £2,000 from the people Northern Ireland (The Governor’s Fund), making their total £4,500.
27 February 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Mainly for Women

Mainly for Women

Mayfair Gossip From a Woman Correspondent LONDON, Monday. THE virtual certainty that Lord and Lady Londonderry and their family will not be residence at Londonderry House after March must sad for the many who have enjoyed hospitality in the Park Lane mansion. Even when the war i
27 February 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER LA KING’S BENCH DIVISION

ULSTER LA KING’S BENCH DIVISION

(Before the Lord Chief Justice) LIBEL ACTION SETTLED Doctor’s Claim Against a London Newspaper The Lord Chief Justice assented to the settlement of an action for damages for libel, In which the plaintiff was Hector Francis Northey, bachelor of medicine, Helen'* Bay, Co. Down, an
27 February 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

Jugra Land and Carey—Dividend of 4 per cent, (against 2 per cent.). Second Edinburgh and Dundee Investment —Dividend of per cent. (same). Waller and Hartley—Final of 35 per cent., making 60 per cent, on Increased capital. Lake View and Star—Second Interim of 124 per cent. , . ,
09 March 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEROIC DEEDS

HEROIC DEEDS

Setting depth charges to safe” while their ship was sinking, experimental work with German magnetic mines, and outstandng zeal in two successful attacks on U-boats are among the deeds to which honour is paid. One of the men of the Grenville who rendered depth charges harmless, t
09 March 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland