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BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1940

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1940

furious, and are engaged in the congenial task of endeavouring to prove to all Frenchmen that General de Gaulle is a traitor who would rather fight against his compatriots than against “our former enemy.” The cap does not fit him, but it fits them precisely. There can be no doub
24 September 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRELIMINARY notice.

PRELIMINARY notice.

UNITED PUBLIC TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION WELLINGTON HALL (CITY Y.M.C.A), Belfast, TUESDAY, 15th October, 1940, at 8 p.m. JAMES PRICE, Esq., will preside. Speakers will include Mrs. F. J. PAUL, Rev. Dr. JAMES LITTLE, M.P. BELFAST MENTAL HOSPITAL All persons having claims against-th
28 September 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HIT BACK AT HITLER Work Until the Enemy is

HIT BACK AT HITLER Work Until the Enemy is

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28 September 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIPPING & TRAVEL NOTICES

SHIPPING & TRAVEL NOTICES

MONEY LOANS £2O to £lO.OOO With or Without Security. MASON & WOOD, LTD,. Sawers Chambers, 12, High Street. Belfast. Licensed Moneylenders. Phone 20544, AN honourable Christian lady urgently requires £250 loan: could anyone oblige; good security.—All3, News-Letter.
04 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
London Closing, Prices In tlis following Hit onanssa that occurred cn the London Stock Escnanic fccrcrda, are slvcn BRITISH FUNDS HOME RAILS

London Closing, Prices In tlis following Hit onanssa that occurred cn the London Stock Escnanic fccrcrda, are slvcn BRITISH FUNDS HOME RAILS

London Closing, Prices following Hit onanssa that occurred the London Stock Escnanic are slvcn BRITISH FUNDS HOME RAILS Conv 1041 LNE 4% deb +4 FOREIGN AND COLONIAL RAILS Can. Pac. TJljji—iji Nitrate ... 45/o+2/6 Cordoba ... 674 + 4 FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONDS Greek ... -4 Brazil 5%
04 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEFT TO TBEltl FATE

LEFT TO TBEltl FATE

LEFT TO FATE It is believed that the Italian destroyers may have been lying off when the final assault on Keren was made, writes the Press Association Naval Correspondent. Three have made dash for It, but Naval aircraft, probably Skua divebombers of the meet Air Arm, presumably c
04 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESIN BELFAST

ESIN BELFAST

of which they had always been proud to' form parts, and never so proud as they were to-day. (Applause.) Ulster had had a special interest In the development of Australian trade and commerce. Their two main industries, shipbuilding and linen, had benefited considerably from the g
04 April 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

Allied Chemical ... Amer. Can Amer. Smelting ... Amer. Tel Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel Celanese ... ... Chrysler Corn Prod Detroit Edison ... Douglas Aircraft Du Pont Eastman Kodak ... General Electric ... General Foods ... General Motors ... Gillette Razot Int. Harvester ..
05 September 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMY NEEDS MORE OFFICERS FREE UNIVERSITY COURSES YOUNG MEN TO BE CHOSEN A certain number of Army commissions are to

ARMY NEEDS MORE OFFICERS FREE UNIVERSITY COURSES YOUNG MEN TO BE CHOSEN A certain number of Army commissions are to

be offered to successful candidates in examinations. To ensure a steady flow to officer cadet training units of young men with the qualifications required, the War Office announces scheme by which 1,200 men will be trained at selected universities every six months at the Governm
05 September 1940 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO HELP ANIMALS

TO HELP ANIMALS

Successful Garden Fete at Dunmurry (By Our Lsdy Correspondent) Matty pleasant surprise* awaited those who attended the Garden Fete at Ashley, Dunmurry, yesterday afternoon. Organised by the Belfast Auxiliary Committee of which the Countess of Clanwllllam is president. It was aid
17 July 1941 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland